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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Solurddy, May 1973 BIRTH HANDLE Y Roga- and Cathy are happy to announce the arrival of a son, Bradley David, born on May 13, six pounds 13 ounces. A brother for Michael. Proud grandparents are Bill and Mildred Meheden and Les and Phyllis Handley. 3222 DEATH THOMAS Friday, May 25, 1973, Adreas (Andrew) Thomas at the age of 61 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Thomas of Cowley. Born at Island, he lived at several areas of Alberta, settling at Cowley in 1958 and was em- ployed -with Johnson Brothers Saw Mills. Survivors, besides his wife, are one son, Matthew at home; seven brothars; five sisters.. Funeral services in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church. Cowley. Monday, May 2S at 10 a.m. Prayers Sunday p.m. Eden's Funeral Chap- el. Pincher Creek, Rev. Father Martin Hagel officiating. Inter- ment Cowley Cemetery'- Funer- al arrangements b y EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pin- cher Creek. C9652 FUNERALS BULLOCK Funeral service for Allen Murray Bullock, be- loved son of Mr. and Mrs. Mur- ray Bullock of Lelhbridge who died suddenly Monday, May 21', 1973, at the age of 13 years, was held at a.m. Wed- nesday, May 23, 1973, in the Lcthbridgc Stake Chapel. 23th St. and Scenic Drive, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter-day Saints with Bishop Ralph Oler officiating. Pall- bearers were Terry and Paul Leishman, Brian Bullock, Bud Woolf, Jim Toone and Dave Clark. Interment was in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Chrlsien- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service. was in charge of tha arrange- ments. BASSETTI I would like to MFCHELSON In loving i thank the Campbell Clinic doc- j memory of a dear husoand and j tors, third and second of the (father, Dwaine Michelson, nho Municipal Hospital floor staff, j passed away May 27, 1968. also my two brothers and sis- ter-in-law, Ruth and my two sisters; a very special thank you to them. Also to my fam- ily, other relatives and friends for phone calls, their visits, j gifts and flowers including wel- j come home flowers and gifts.! Special thanks to the Luther- an Pastors for prayers and vis- its. Thank you all. This kind- ness will always be remember- ed. Bassetti A day of remembrance sad to recall, Without farewell he left us all. A loving nature, a heart of gold, How much we miss him, could never be told. I remembered and! missed by Carolee, Linda, Laurie, Greg snd j Renay. 3184 i IN MEMORIAMS AllCHELSON In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Dwaine, who passed away May 27, 1968. So many things have happened Dwaine, 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 we cannot touch. But we still have our memories cf the one we loved so much dad, brothers sisters. 3155 Capital spending rate shows healthy increase ana IN MEMORIAMS FUNERALS KOROWACKI R e q u i e m mass for Antony Kortnvacki, beloved husband of Mrs. Josepha Korowacki of CoaV.ale who died there Friday, May 18, 1973, at the age of years, said at a.m. Thurs- day, May 24, 1973. in St. Am- brose Roman Catholic Church, Coaldale, with Rev. F. McCabe the celebrant. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain V i e w Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral WALKER Funeral service for Charles Walker, beloved husband of the late Ardath Walker who died at Cardston Saturday. May 19, at the age of '69 years, was held at pm. Wednesday, May 23, 1973. in the Cardston Fourth Ward Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with Elder Heber Wil- liams officiating. Pallbearers were Paul Worth, Ed Wolff, Tom Cardwell. Harry Scott, Ben Higgs and Doc Bowers. In- terment was in the family plot in the Cardston Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Service, was in charge of the I arrangements. TABORSK1 In loving mem- ory of our Dear Nannie, you're not for- j gotten, Though on earth you are no i more, Still you are with us. As you always were before. j missed by Dusne.; Randy and Bradley Xavralil, j Ricky and Cindy Filafilo. 3154 1 LENGYEL In loving mem- j ory of a deal- husband and fach- i er, Frank Lengyel, who passed away May 25, 1952. I The years are swiftly passing, But still we don't forget. For in the hearts that hned you, Your memory lingers yet. remembered by his loving wife Elizabeth and children. 3325 T In loving mem- ory of my dear wife, Soplue, who passed away May 26, 1970. This day comes with deep re- gret. Brings back a day I'll never forget. You fell asleep without good- bye, But memories of you will never die. While my dear wife rests and sleeps You loving memory I'll always keep. remembered by your husband, Joe. 3156 CARDS OF THANKS VINCENT I wish to thank an those who sent flowers, cards, gifts and visited me v.'hi'e I was a patient in St. Michael's Gen- eral Hospital. Also a special thanks to my doctors and all the nurses and nurses aides of 2t, Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- wing for excellent cnvc al Service, was in charge of the given me while I was a patientt arrangements. there. i C. Vincent, SLOAN Funeral service picture Butte, Alberta for Rhoda Leota Hinman Sloan, j 3133 beloved wife of the late Hugh {_____ Russell Sloan who died at Card- ston Sunday, May 20, 1973. at the age of 81 years, was held at a.m. Wednesday, May 23, 1973, in the Albsrta Stake Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints v-ith Bishop Bryce Cahoon offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Frank, Clell. Dee Lynn, lace, George, Hugh. Gordon and Philip Sloan. JiiDeitment was In the Cardston Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. UTELAN'D We would like to thank our many friends and relatives for the lovely "25th Anniversary'' p-ity. We thank you for the good wishes, beau- tiful gifts, cards and flowers we received. Special thanks to Gus- sie Sorgard for baking and dec- E0ns j crating" the three tiered cake Wai-1 ancj the people who took part in the program. We also (hank our family for the lovely gifts. and Hilen Wieland. Iron Springs. 3152 TABORSKI Cherished and loving memories of our dear mother, Sophie, who passed away May 26, 1970. Three sad and lonley years have passed, Since our great sorrow fell. The shock that we received that day, one can ever tell II; was a sudden ending, Too sudden to forget, For the ones that loved you j dear mom. i Are the ones who won't forget, j You bade co one a last fare- i well. You said goodbye to none, i For you were gone before we i knew. i And only God knows whj. What we would give if we could say, "We're going to see oar mom To see her face, to see her smile. To sit and talk with her a while. But we have losl. And God has gained The best of moms the world contained. CLINE In of our mother and grandmother, Min-', nie L. Cline, who passed away j August 20, 1929, cf our father and grandfather, William H. Cline, who passed away Febru- ary 27. 1960, and of our brother and uncle. Howard E. Cline, who passed away May 27, 1959. So lovingly remembered and so sadly missed by all. Nellie Skinner and family, Mrs. Clara Thompson and family. 3157 MACKIE In loving mem- ory of our mother, Mrs. Mary A. Mackie. who passed away May 26, 195S. remembered by her daughters, Annie and Molly 3225 DOUGLAS In loving mem- ory of our dear son Tracy Blair Douglas who passed away June 1, 1972. In tears we saw you sinking. We watched you fade away. Our hearts were almost broken You fought so hard to stay. God knew that you were suffering That the hills were hard to climb We lived in hope and prajed in vain That God would make you well again But someday He will tell us why He broke our hearts and let DOUGLAS In loving mem- ory of a dear grandson and nephew, Tracy Blair Douglas, who passed away June 1, 1972. The evening sters shine on the grave, Of one we loved but could not save. Peacefully sleeping, free from pain. God bless you 'till we meet again. remembered by his grandma and grandpa An- derson and family. By SANDRA INGALSBE TORONTO (CP) Recent statistics suggest that the rate of capital spending in Canada should show a healthy in- crease tliis year, and analysts say this will bs reflected in strong profit growth for capi- tal goods manufacturers. Estimates are that capital expenditures in 1973 will risa 8.7 per cent to billion. Manufacturing ou.put has risen steadily and rapidly in the last few months. Observ- ers say the strong output lev- els should rise even more with the generally ex- pansionary policy of the Bank of Canada, strong sales de- mand and low inventory lev- els. They say government pro- posals to reduce corporate tax rates on manufacturing and processing equipment should, if passed by Parliament, stimulate expansion to meet the foreign and domestic sales opportunities. Failure to do this, however, would reduce the volume of capital outlays. Babson's cautions that this sector is traditionally cyclical and "despite the favorable long-term outlook, any failure to realize currently projected capital expenditures could cause considerable weakness in stock prices." J1-F BOOM EXPECTED Wood Gundy Ltd. recom- mends shares of Massey-Fer- guson Ltd. "as an excellent vehicle for capital apprecia- tion in tlie currently booming farm machinery industry." Soaring food prices, record levels of farm incomes and increases in farm acreage are Riving a subs.antial boosi to farm equipment sales and, beyond the current year, con- tinued strength in agricultural markets should contribute to sales. Wood Gundy says. Massey-Ferguson closed Wednesday at S18. Rcsmar says CAE In- dustries should be on in- vestors' "buy-for-recovery" lists. The stock has recently weakened in the general mar- kst decline, but improved earnings are expected. CAE Industries closed Wednesday at S9V2. Yorkton Institutional Serv- ices recommends shares of Ivaco Industries Ltd. for cap.- tal appreciation. Earnings for 1973 have been estimated at about and a twa-for-one stock split has been proposed "The proposed acquisition of Niagara Wire Weaving Co. Ltd. significantly enhanced th? earnings potential of the merged company while pro- viding increased U.S. ex- Yorkton says. The stock closed Wednesday at TV SALES STRONG Babson's recommends shares of Electrohome. unusually strong sales 2nd earnings growth rate of 1972 are not likely to be re- peated this year but high lev- els are still expected. Factory and warehousing facilities have been expanded to meet rising demand for color TV scis which should continue for at least the next two years." The stock closed Wednesday at Mess, Lawson and Co. Ltd. says operations of Inter- pi'ovLncial Steel and Pipe con- tinue at record levels during iho first half of fiscal 1973 and recent acquisitions and ex- p a n s i o n "will effectively aouWe the sales volume po- tential of the company to more than million an- nually by 1974." Trio writes top essays loved and remem- bered. Sadly missed by Irene j you die. and Donald Filafilo, Bernice I loved and remem- and Johnny Navratil. i bered by Dad, Mom and 3J86 i Maria. CARMANGAY (HNS) Three Carmangay students were selected from. Vulcan county schools in the essay- writing contest on the theme "safety in the home and yard" and these essays are now being judged for provincial recogni- tion The three winning students were Nancy Nelson. Shannon 3185iBraun and Tod McFarland. 'BUY OF THE WEEK' ASTRO REALTY LTD. 328-7748 Very lovely 4 bedroomed "Krahn Home of split entry, 2 bedrooms on upper level, 2 bedrooms lower level, bothroom in lower level, 1120 sq. ft. on main floor, fully carpeted, separate dining room. Call today and ask about our new homes neoring completion in North and South Lethbridge. TO VIEW CAIL ALICE HAHN 327-3708 JOHN PENNER 328-6523 DICK JOHNSON 327-0339 VERNA COUTTS 327-6697 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE OF SUBSTANTIAL PERFORMANCE of Construcl'on. WAREHOUSE and OFFICE BUILDING Owner: OLIVES INBUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD Contractor: GILLETT CONSTRUCTION LTD. All of Lethbnvge, Alberta. Take notice that a Certificate or Sub- stantial Completion Is Issued effective IS, 1973 to declare that the con- tract has been substantially perform- ed, with respect to the Builders' Lien Act 1970. Saxby end Architects, Calgary M90 JUDICIAL SALE OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY The following property Is offered for cale by tender to the restric- tions In the exisitng Certificate of Title: Lots One Two (21 and Three (31 in Block Twenty Five as shown on Plan Blairmore 2933 A. A, Excepting thereout all Min- erals and the right to work the same. Municipally knovm as Blairmore, Alberta, being six roomed dwelling of frame stucco situate on a corner lot In A veil kept residential area. A frame double garage Is located on the prop- fly. Tenders in sealed envebpes marked S C. 16491 accompaiied by a marked cheque or cash for of the amount of the tender must be in the hands cf the Clerk cf the Supreme Court, Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, by o'clock noon, June lllh, A.D. 1973. The balance of the purchase price shall paid Into Court wlthtn 30 days after acceptance of tender. If the suc- cessful tenderer does nol complete the purchase after acceptance of his Bender, the deposit forfeited. Cheques of unsuccessful will be returned to them For further particulars 'o Merrin Hovt, Esq Barrister and Soli- citor, 335-lOth Street South, Lethbridge, i Alberts. DATED at City of Lethbridge, tn the Province of Alberta, this 14th day of May, A.D. 1973 Approved: C. YANOSIK Local Judge of the Supreme Court EDWARD Clerk of the Court LANE I vrould like to thank the staff and the nurses of the Municipal Hospital for the ex- cellent care extended to me while I was in the hospital. I would like to thank my doc- tors. Thanks to all who visited me. sent cards and gifts. All were very much appreciated. Wm. J. Lane. Bow Island .-5223 f WALKER We gratefully acknowledge the many kind- nesses and expressions of sym- pathy received during the past few days since cur father's death. We have besn touched j and encouraged by the ful cards, calls and visits j Charles Walker family j 3224 JARDANY We wish to ex- tend our most sincere thanks to the people of the city and area who came to pay their last res- pects to our beloved mother, Mrs. Kathleen Jardany. To thank the people for their floral con- tributions, Father Gillis for of- ficiating and the saying cf Mass. A special thanks to Mrs. J. Cziryak and Mrs. S. Dsbai for serving refreshments after the ceremony, and all the people helped us in our bereave- ment by sympathy and under- standing. Jardany family. NEED EQUIPMENT NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (CP) Stanley Forshaw, a scientist with the department of national defence, says industrial deaf- ness is a significant problem in Canada and more rigorous laws are needed to force employers to install noise abatement equip- ment. Speaking to a health and safety convention of the Cana- dian Labor Congress, he said: "Deafness caused by on-the-job noise is apparently affecting more and more people every day.' REGEHR Our thanks goes out to all mir dear i friends and relatives who sent expressions of sympathy dur- ing our time cf sorrow at the death of our father, grandfather and great grandfather, Peter H. Regehr. The many cards, flowers and the placing of Gid- eon Bibles in his memory, were much appreciated. A. Regehr and family. 3183 GODFREY Our sincere ap- preciation to all those who were so very kind to Rosetta Godfrey during her illness and recent be- reavement and especially to the staff, residents amd Ladies Aux- iliary of the Devon Nursing Home. Your acts of kindness will always be remembered. sister, Mrs Ethel Kcllia and her falher, Mr. Louis Zagin of Vancouver, B.C. j 31821 DIGIT DIALING IS NECESSARY WHEN MAKING PHONE CALLS Starting Sunday, May 27th. Lethbridge res- idents will find it necessary to dial all seven digits when making phone calls. Otherwise, calls may not go through] Especially if you reside or work in the "329" exchange. This is due to newly installed, electronic switching equipment in the "329" Lethbridge exchange. Seven digit dialing is necessary to complete local calls and direct distance dialing calls as well. And in the future, as more advanced ing equipment becomes available, seven-digit dialing will be absolutely essential to complete all calls. ;