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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurfdny, May 7, 1970 THE ItTHBFIOGE HERALD 19 DEATHS ROSE Passed away Jalgary on Tuesday, May 1970, James Saxton, aged years, Calgary, beloved hi band of the late Mrs. Man Rose. The funeral service be held on Friday at p.rn in Martin Bros. Chanel, 812 3 Ave. S., Lethbridge. Intermc will follow in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery. Ma tin Bros. Ltd.j Directors of F neral Service. C79 HAM Passed away su denly at Kipp, Wednesday, M 6, 1970, John Simon Jr., age 16 years, beloved son of M and Mrs. John Ham of Kip Funeral -arrangements rail announced when complete Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors Funeral Service. C79 VAN PELT Passed away Lethbridge on Wednesday, Ma 6, 1970, Jan Izak, aged years, beloved husband of Mr Teuntje Van Pelt of 804 12th S B. N. Born in Redderker, Ho land, Mr. Van Pelt came Canada in 1953, settling Lethbridge where he was em ployed as a tinsmith until h retirment in 1964, due to i health. He was organist at tl Hope Reformed Church ft many years. Mr. Van Pelt wa. an avid gardener, growii many types of plants early the season. His favourite pas sage of scripture was Job 22 Verse 21 Acquaint now thy self with Him, and be at peace thereby good shall come un thee. Surviving are his wi Teuntje; two daughters, Bob (Trasse) Wilschut, Ca gary and Mrs. Henry (Audrey Van Pyke, Lethbridge; tw sons, Cornelius, Lethbridge an Art of Stirling; ten grandchi dren; one brother and two Bi- ters in Holland. Funeral ser vices will be beld in the Chris tensen Salmon Funeral Chape on Saturday, May 9th, at p.m., Rev. L. D. Hankinson o ficiating. Interment, Arch mount Memorial Gardens, flowers by request. Christenset Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., D rectors of Funeral Service. WURZER Passed away i Edmonum on Wednesday, Ma 1970, Lenore Katherina, agec 57 years, beloved wife of Mr Lorne Wurzer of 10536 55tt Avenue, Edmonton. Beside her loving husband, Lorne, sh is survived by two daughters Mrs. W. E. (Arlene) Mclntyr of Winnipeg and Mrs. D. M (Gail) Hunt of Shilo, Manitoba six grandchildren, three sisters Mrs. K. (Anne) Dalgliesh of Picture Butte, Alberta, Mrs. A (Esther) Barber of Red Deer Alberta and Mrs. K. (Maxine Morrison of Strathmore, Al berta; and three brothers, Tec Kurtz of Eckville, Alberta John Kurtz of Vancouver, B.C and Ed Kurtz of Lethbridge The funeral servicle will be held in Edmonton on Friday a a.m. A graveside service will be held in Lethbridge at Mountain View Cemetery a a.m. on Saturday, May 9 1970, with Rev. .E. B. Fox o Edmonton officiating. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Building, LethV bridge. Martin Bros. Ltd., in charge of arrangements. C7956 FORAD3 Mabel Elizabeth, of Blairmore, passed away in Hie Crowsnest Pass Hospital on Wednesday, May 6, 1970, at the age of 68 years. She was born in Carltan County, Ontario February 16, 1902 and came west to Saskatchewan and later to Natal, B.C. in June 1943. She and' her husband moved to Blairmore in 1966 and have re sided there since. She was a member of the Natal anc Blairmore Legions. She mar- ried her husband Louis Foraie December 1961 in Natal. She was predeceased by her first husband Freeman Cornish in Natal in 1960; one grandson Larry in 1958 in Natal and two sisters, one in California and one in Saskatchewan. Survivors include her husband Louis of Blairmore; two sons, Newman in the Yukon, Russell in Fer- nie, B.C.; three daughters, Mrs. W. (Doreen) Ferstay of Toronto, Mrs. G. (Reta) Chap- man of Alberni, B.C. and Mrs. R. (Jean) Larka of Lethbridge; one brother Jack in Vancouver and 11 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held from Fan- tin's Blairmore Chapel at a.m. Saturday, May 9, with Rev. C. T. Gale officiating. Cremation will follow. In lieu of flowers, donations will be gratefully accepted by the Ca- nadian Heart Fund, care of Mrs. Flora Mickels, Balirmore. Fmtin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. C7958 DEATHS FORISH Passed away su denly In the city on Thursda May 7, 1970, Margaret, aged years, of 820 12th St. "B" h beloved wife of the late M John Forish. Funeral arrang ments will be.announced wh completed. Martin Bros. Lti Directors of Funeral Service C79 BACEDA aw< Tuesday, May 5, 1970, in Va couver, Tally August Baced at the age of 75 years, a form er Lethbridge resident. He survived by four brothers an one sister all of Lethbridge. 1165 PROSSER Passed away Saturday, May 2, 1970 in Cab Union Hospital, Cabri, Sask., be loved mother of Luella Nappe of 1011 8th St. N., Lethbridg and Charles Prosser of 813B 3r St. S.E., Medicine Hat. Funer services were held T u e s da May 6th. Interment followed the family plot at Shackleto Sask. GLASS Passed away Tuesday, May 5, 1970, Chart Glass, aged 82 years, Pincher Creek. The funer service will be held in Eden Funeral Home, Pincher Cree on Friday at p.m., Rev. J Jordan officiating. Interment Fairview Cemetery. Funeral a rangements by Eden's Funer Home, Ltd., Pincher Creek. C795 McCULLOCH Sarah An passed away in the city Tuesday, May 5fch, 1970, at th age of 87 years. Requiem will be held on Saturday, Ma 9th at 10 a.m. in the St. Pa rick's Church with Rev. Father M. H. Gillis O.M.I, as eel brant. Interment wilt follow the family plot in the Mountain View Cemetery hi the Moun Calvary section. Prayers wi said Friday, May 8th p.m. in the St. Patrick hurch. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C7958 RASH Passed away a Taber on Wednesday, May 1970, Robert L., of Taber, he age of 84 years, belove rasband of Mrs. Esther Ras of Taber. Funeral services wil conducted from the Tabe 3iurch of Christ on Saturda; Way 9 at p.m., with Rev ?alph Whitrow officiating. In- :erment will follow in thi Taber Memorial Garden. Hum Aries Funeral Home, Taber n chafge of arrangements. C795 BROENS Passed away is Jaber, on Monday, May 970, following a lengthy ill ness, Driesje, aged 62 years, be- oved wife of Mr. William Ber nard Broens of Taber. The fu neral service will be held 01 today at p.m. in the Firs Jhristian Reformed Church of Taber, with Rev. G. Bieze of iciating. Interment will follow in the Taber Cemetery. Flow ers gratefully declined. Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care, o Mrs. M. N. Wray, 1705 15th St Lethbridge. Friends whc wish may pay their respects ai le church in Taber from .m. to p.m. prior to the service. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di ectors of Funeral Service. C7954 FUNERALS ALDOUS Funeral service or- Mrs. Edith Ada Aldous, be- oved wife of Mr. William G Jdous, formerly of 802 15th St who died in the city Satur- ay, May 2, 1970, after a long Iriess, was held at p.m 'ednesday in Martin Bros, hapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with ev. A. T. King officiaitng. Hon- rary pallbearers were Mike isko, Phil Collins, Jack Simp- an, George Watsoni Alf Smith ind Jack Duncan. Crematioi ollowed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di ectors of Funeral Service, was charge of the arrangements PAISLEY Funeral service r Mrs. Fanny Bertha Paisley, eloved wife of the late Henry Paisley who died in the city unday, May 3, 1970, after a ng illness at the age of 83 ears, was held at p.m. ednesday in the Memorial hapel, 703 13th St. N., with ev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offic- ting. Pallbearers were W. F. Wing, Ray Lyckman, Alej auser, Emrick and Joseph Lac- and Lethrie Burke. Inter- cnt was in the Carmangay .meiery at p.m. Martin os. Ltd., Directors of Funeral rvicc, was in charge of the rangements. CARDS OF THANKS THE EXECUTIVES AND DI- RECTORS OF THE GOLDEN MILE DROP IN CENTRE Would like to extend thanks to all who have helped in anyway to get our centre started. For donations of time, effort and money and especially for food and help with our Christmas party. The response for cookies have been tremendous. The work of the hostesses from various churches, clubs and or- ganizations is greatly appre- ciated and we feel deeply in- debt. 1145 WYROSTOK We want to thank all our friends, neighbors past and present, relatives, members of the A.U.U.C., all ladies who prepared and served the dinner, the servi- teurs, Mr. Les Howard for his kind remarks, Mr. Geo. Solo- mon from Edmonton on behalf of Proy. Com. of Assoe. United Ukrainian Canadians, to Steve for MC-ing so ably, to those who sent cards and telegrams and letters of well wishes among them, from Pierre Elli- ott Trudeau, Lieut.-Gov. Grant McEwan of Alberta, Mayor A. Anderson of Lethbridge and to all who were present at our Dad's 90th birthday party for the pleasure they brought him and us. Family of George Wyrostok 1205 HOLLAND I would like to express my thanks to all my friends and relatives, who visited me, sent flowers, cards and gifts. A special thanks ot all the WI members and groups and to those who enquired about me while I was hospital- ized. Ruby Holland 1204 CARD OF THANKS NISHIMAZURU We wish to express our sincere thanks to all our friends for the many cards, flowers, attendance at the memorial service and per- sonal calls of sympathy extend- ed during the loss of our fath- er, the late Masu Nishimazuru. A special thank you to the mem- bers of the Honpa Buddhist Church and the ladies who help- ed serve lunch. and Sandy Nishimazuru, Chotei and Mary Okutaki, Jack and Sue Miyagi, Jim and Helen Higa, Len and Molly De Cosse, Arnold and Mae Hanson. 1237 BARNARD IN MANILA MANILA (Reuters) Chris- tiaan Barnard, South African heart transplant pioneer, ar- rived here Wednesday to attend a congress of world military surgeons in the Philippines. CROWN ASSETS DISPOSAL CORPORATION 32 acres Crown land Former Aeradio Station near Lelhbridge Airport, SE of Section 7-8-20 W4M with frame building 16' x 34'. Offers are invited and must be received at the Corpora- tion's office in Ottawa by 5 p.m., E.D.S.T. May 19, 1970. For details, including Condi- liont of Sale, apply to Crown Assets Disposal Corporation, Room 200 Corona Building, 10645 Jasper Avenue, Edmon- ton 14, Alberta, Tel. 424- II17. IN MEMORIAM HOEL In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Mrs. Petra who passed away May 6, 1962. The Saints of viduals keep, While yet their mortal bodies sleep, 'Till from the dust, they too shall rise, And soar triumphant to the sky. remembered by her husband and family. 1206 Honor Valentino At Ceremony HOLLYWOOD (AP) A handful of admirers placed red roses on the grave of silent screen lover Rudolph Valentino on the 75th anniversary of his birth. The eight mourners at Hollywood Memorial Park Cem- etery Wednesday were mem- bers of the Valentino Society, established recently nearly 44 years after the actor's death. IN MEMORIAM MEAD In loving memory of Lawrence Mead, who passed away May 7, 1967. So many things have happened, Since you were called away. So many tilings to share with you, Had you been left to stay. So many times we needed you, And so many limes we cried; If love could have saved you, You never would have died. It broke our hearts to lose you, But you did not go alone; For part of us went with you, The day God called you home. and remembered by Penny, Larry and Pat, Jack and Bev., Penny Jr. and Ron and family. 1207 LAUNCHES FIRST SHIP GLASGOW (Reuters) Prin- cess Anne launched her first warship Wednesday, the Lean- der Class frigate Canterbury for the New Zealand Navy. SEE THE 'NOW SHOES V FOR THE 'NOW GENERATION IN THE 'NOW SHOE BOUTIQUE WORLD OF SHOES 317A SIXTH STREET SOUTH "LETHBRIDGE'S NEW SHOE BOUTIQUE" Bomb Tested LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) A nuclear bomb with a power of less than tons of TNT was exploded yesterday at the end of a tunnel feet beneath Hain- ier Mesa in the remote north- east corner of the Nevada test site, the Atomic Energy Com- mission said. There was no leakage of radiation from the shot, the AEC said. Persons At Execution MOGADISHU, Somali (Reu- (crs) About persons watched the firing-squad execu- tion of a soldier Wednesday in the first public execution in tho history of the republic. The sol- dier was convicted in July, 1908, of murdering a girl. Prepare your TRAILER or CAMPER Now for the Holiday Season Recreation Vehicles has full facilities to completely service or repair your recreation vehicle. For Expert GAS TESTING APPLIANCE TESTING WHEEL BEARING SERVICE WATER TESTING Contact PrebCo. PrebCo also carries a complete line of trailer parts and accessories plus a free sanitary waste disposal station. Located West of Gas Company 600 4th Ave. N. RECREATION VEHICLES Lethbridge 600 4th Avenue N. 'ALL YOU PEOPLE WHO SAID YOU COULDN'T AFFORD A CAR AND A BIKE THIS YEAR CAN AFTER ALL! Our Entire Inventory of New and Used Cars and Trucks is Now Selling at GENUINE LOW PRICES! PLUS GT BIKES FOR ONLY BUY NOW BEFORE GOVT CREDIT RESTRICTIONS ELIMINATE YOU! WIDE OPEN TILL 9 EACH EVENING! EMERSON'S BUY TODAY! Of Telephone 327-5705 ACADIAN TEMPEST PONTIAC SKYLARK BUICK VAUXHALL CMC TRUCKS ;