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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FUNERALS CHANT Funeral service for William Grant, liclovcd hus- band of Mrs. Mary Grant of the Devon Nursing Home who died in the city Monday, May 15, 1972, after a long illness at Ihc age of C7 years, was held at p.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13lh St. N., wilh Rev. G. K. Churchill olficialing. Pallbear- ers were J. Slacy, J. Duncan, II. Frouws, J. Frouws. T. Syme and C. Marshall. Interment in the Field of Honor in Moun- tain View Cemetery Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FUNERALS IN MEMORIAMS IIANSHN Funeral service unrosi _ In loving memory for Lorin Gordon Ilanseii. who' a mother and grand- died May M, 1972, was held at mother Rose Slanko Briosi. 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 17 1972, in St. Michael's Roman Catholic C h u r c h, Pincher Creek, with Rev. Dennis Mc- Donald officiating. Pallbearers were Jim Dcjax, Earl John- son, Carl Locffler, Alec Ron, Russel Rowledge and Diedro Sauerwein. Crcmalion follow- ed. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangemenls. who passed away May 19, 1970. Two years have passed since that sad day, It was God's Mill Ihnt you should not slay. A million words cannot ex- press. Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. loved and remember- ed by Nestcr, Vcra, Lcroy and Melanie. 2310 Taper dams'' planning urged by Dr. Biswas fridoy, Mny 19, 1975 THE IETHBRIDGE HrrA'.D 23 Deaths Yesterday Banned for dancing Ilj Till': CANADIAN I'llliSS Imlhmariolis, lull.-Jim .Mai- KAC1IKO Funeral service for Miolincl Louis Fachlra. hc- loverl husband of Mrs. Minnie Facliko of 1260 6th Ave. S. who died suddenly Monday, May 15, 1972, at the age of G7 years, was held at 10'30 a.m. Thursday 1" Martin Bros. Traditional Chap- el, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. n. Zuback officiating. Pallbear- ers were George, John and Mike Andrejcsik, Pat Barry, John and Charlie Skoba. Inter- ment was in the Field of Honor in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangement. STIATZ Funeral service for George Sliatz, beloved hus- band of the late Mrs. Hose Marie Sliatz died ;it Buvv Island Sunday, May 14, 11172, at the age of years, was helrl at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 17, 1972, in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Bow Island, with Rev. John Petravicius the: celebrant. Pallbearers ere Julius Sch I a c h t c r, Colin O'Brien, Ron Adams; Brian, Vein and Roger Shatz. Hum- phries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. POTOSKI In loving mem- ory of dad, Andrew Potoski, who passed away May 19, 1962. Ten years have passed since that sad day, I When one we loved was called away. God took him home, It was His will; Wilhin our hearts he liveth Kathy. Bill, Stephanie and 2311 IN MEMORIAL SKELDING Funeral ser- vice for Elbcrt Arthur Skeld- ing, who died May 6, 1972, was held at p.m. Tuesday, May 9. 1972, in Trinity United Church, Fort Macleod. with Peter Walker officiating. Hon- orary pallbearers were Pal Eaglechild, Warner Liuclcr. Ed Murphy, Leo Noel, A. G. Swin- arton and Joe Wipf. Active pall- bearers were Bill Collar. Gor- don Day. Boyd Loysl, Norman Nathe, Robert Welsh and Ad- rian Winlrjmuc. was in the Union Cemeteiy. Eden's Funeral Home Lid.. Fort Mac- leod, Directors of Funeral Ser. vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. BURNS Iu loving memory i of a dear husband, father and I grandfather, Gordon Kenneth i Burns, who passed away May 19. 1970, j Somewhere beyond the sun-set Where loveliness never dies, i He dwells in a beautiful garden, i 'Neath the blue and gold of [he ikies. AVe who have known and loved him r.ODLONTON In loving memory of a dear daughter j and sister, Brenda Dawn, who I passed away May 19, 1963. Beautiful thoughts of one so dear, Treasured forever with love sincere. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept We loved you too dearly to ever forget. remembered and sad- ly missed by mom and dad, Milo, Miles'and Troy. 2313 EDLUND In loving mem- ory ol a deal' wile, mother and sister. Elsie Edlnnd, who pass- Whose parting brought great; ed away May 19th, 1970. pain Her memory is our greatest Will treasure his memory for- treasure. ever UnlU we meet again, remembered by his wife. Eleanor, his OTTAWA !CP) Canada should he using a space-age computer approach in planning use of water resources. Dr. Asil K. Biswas, a research coordi- nator with Ihe Federal environ- ment department., says. "Whatever is to be done on a river can be tried on paper firsl and if it won't work or if it of- fers inadequate or unexpected j results, then the idea can be rel- egated to the wastcpaper bas- he said in an interview. A computer can help build j reds of "paper showing just how dam will affect all parts of the river system. The computer print- outs also can be asked to cover extreme situations from pro- longed droughts to rainy pe- riods. AJI Internationally-known ex- pert in Ihe modelling field and author of several texts. Dr. Bis- was is chairman of an interna- tional meeting here May 9-12 of 250 experts from Russia, Eu- rope, India, South America, Japan, Australia, the United States and Canada. The experts, who represent many fields from pure science to social science and ecology, will discuss advances in modell- ing techniques and computer 'technology and how these might be used move in water re- sources management. Dr. Biswas has been working with an environment depart- ment team to develop n model for use on Ihe St. John River in eastern Quebec and New Bruns- wick. So far, it has cost about but it now has Ihe background data and memory banks lo help planners offer knowledgeable projections on how any proposed development' rors, he said. Such models would affect the whole river or should be developed for all any one of its parts. i major rivers in Canada. The amount of money rcprc-1 Now that one model has been fienLs only a fraction of the cost i developed, ll would cost much nf a new dam. but if may save j less lo set up the others, much more by preventing er- added. KUALA l.UMPCK (AI'j The Pan-Malaysian I s 1 a in I r loy, 3ii, of Denver. Colo., of mul-, party kicked out a member of tiplc injuries suffered in a fiery Parliament because he would crash at the Indianapolis .Motor not Rive, up performing a Mi- j Speedway last Sunday. PmlRia, Maly--Bruno liiu'loni, 3, president of the he rugina food inrhi.stries, one ot Europe's largest, of heart fail- ure. laysian dance called Hie jofici. "No dancing" is the rule for Iho Moslem parly. Hashim Gera was caiifihl swaying to tta rhythm Tuesday and in Frlir-i- Sip the fantastic: FEATHEIS Three Feathers. Only Three Feathers blends t light four year old with a smooth mellow eight year old. Join the light brigade. Your assurance of quality live daughters, Fay and Beverly' and families. 2312 I In our hearts she will forever j remembered by hus- band John, daughters Clara, Cidnee and Cheryl, sister Ruby. j 2314] CENTRE VILLAGE SATURDAY SPECIALS Wig Service Comb-Out Reg. 1.00 SALE MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM Chrome Frank Spears For Wiener Roasts or Barbeques Reg. 1.99 ............SALE 1 "H MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM Glasses 6-oz. Reg. I9ceach SALE I MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM 1'CO Children's Running Shoes J.49 Sizes 6-10 and 11-3 SALE REWARD SHOES Girls' Sandals Brown or White. Sizes 6-10 and 11-3 REWARD SHOES 2-39 Men's Cordies 3 colors. flA Reg. 4.77 SALE O BATA SHOES Hot Dog and Hamburger Buns doi. CENTRE VILLAGE IGA Empire Sliced Bacon Hh pkg. 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