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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE HERALD 1972 BIRTHS CARD OF THANKS MOItl We wish to convey our siiH'cre gratitude Ui iill our friends, neighbors and relatives s? i i 11 nn-, v.ho helped in any way during Liii'iii Uf .JLtitl.'i. llciiKiritinn our reran bmvivement; tor them- expressions of sympathy, j floral Iribulcs, cards, Kodcn and tood. Our heartfelt thanks to lievemul I- Kawamura for Ins guidance, Clinstunsen Sal- mon Funeral Home ami la mem hers of the Lethbridgc Ilonpa DuddhisL Church. May we also ill this lime extend our belated thanks to the doctors and nurses for their attention and concern given to our heloved Pamela during her brief confinement in (lie Li'thuridge municipal Hos- pital. To our friends and rela- tives our appreciation for the hosrjilal visits, Rifts and cards. We thank you all. It deeply appreciated. Marion Mori and familv. 1155-5 DFMAKKK Jim and Julie proudly nimmiiKV ihc arrival of Dawuu Ili'mr. torn April ID. 1971 A sister fur Jodi Michelle. DEATH I'eli'r. passed au-ay .surlrk'iilv in I'iciuro Jiiilio area on May I. at the ace ni W venrs. lu'lnvcd husband of Mrs i'ctcr Olshaski of Funeral ar- rangcinenls will be announced when I'ilil'STL'X- SFA" SALMON F I' N E HAL HOME LTD., in charge of ar- rangements. C177I1 i CARD OF THANKS m MKK Tho of Allan .M. Hunter wish to cMi'inl Ihcir hearlfclt thanks ninl to I lie rloc- nur.sts aiul staff ol Si. Miehad's and Auxiliary Hos- pitals for Hit1 care and kind- ness extended (o liim during hospiializalion. S p c c i n I liuniks to Ihc neighbors, friends and for all Ihe kincl- lovely fJouiT.s. canl.s, piVH'.-iniis of Kympalliy, food ;ind to all those who helped in any way during their icteiil bereavement. Thanks also lo Kev. Bunting, Ihc pnll- beam's nnd .Martin Bros. Fun- era! Home for Iheir help and kindness. Edna Hunter Harold, Dorothy and family. IN MEMORIAMS POTOSKI In loving mem- ory of a dear brother and uncle, Albert, who passed, away June (i. So many I Ii i n tf s li a v c happened Albert, Since you were called away, So many thoughts to share with you, Had you been left, to stay. We cannot bring the old days back, Your hand cannot touch. But we sLil] have our memories of the one so much missed by your sister Siaffic, Bill.SlepJianie and Kathy. 1437 LOAN" APPKOVED ENVOY DIES OTTAWA (CP) A OTTAWA 'C'Pi Sir Ken- has been approved to Na- i ncth Bailey, An.stralian hiph tionnl Land Consultants Ltd, commissioner lo Canadfl from ffii' construction of a 112 i died this week in Cnn- low-income housing project in j b c r r a, Auslralia. after ;i Kdnionton, Central Mortgage j lengthy illness, it was learned and Housing Corp. announced here. IN MEMORIAM IHVINP] loving mem- ory cf Mrs. JJUian Irvir.p, passed away May 5, JSIid. Forgot you mom we nci'er will For in our hearts you are with us still. Behind our smiles there is many a tear For tlie mom we lost and (oved so dear. your two daughters, Alice. Lillian and grand- children. 1523 HODK In loviiip memory of a dear son and hrolher Dcric Bruce liode, who passed away May H, JflG'J, Beautiful memories woven in gold, This is the picture your loved ones hold. i Deep in our hearts your memories are kept To love and to cherish and never lorget. I Silent thoughts, Inie and i tender Just to show we still remember. Lovingly remembered and! sadly missed hy his mom. dad, brother Alwyn and sisters Mariano and Jo-Ann (Mrs D. 1517 Rapeseed phmls beJoiig in west says McEacliraii SASKATOON rape, seed crushing industry in west- ern Canada would add greater stability to farm income than development of Lhc industry ui any other party o[ Canada, Da- vid McEnchran, Alherta tlcpuly minister of economic develop- ment, said here. Mr. McEnchran told Uie Ca- nadian transport commission hearing investigating Ihe freight rale structure on rape- seed that crushing plants in western Canada would guaran- tee a market to western pro- ducers. He said the western industry is lied to the use of rapeseed for crushing, while eastern plants can easily substitute im- ported sources of vegetable oils. Mr. McEachran said in- creasing production of rape- seed adds stability to farm in- come in Alberta. In the past, he said, farmers have been too dependent on wheat. A rapeseed processing indus- try also adds value to the pri- mary industry and a better bal- ance of raw materials and manufactured exports in agri- culture. The hearing was continuing. K from Simpsons-bears l-loadquarlert, lor WcslinghouiC liQhl bulbs. just a few of the outstanding new lighting ideas from our curreni value-packed catalogue Now on display along with many others in our lighting department Come see and be dazzled! STORE Open Daily aily 9 ti.m io m. 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