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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta IN MEMORIAMS OSTLER A special hanks to the nurses ind staff of First Main of St. Michael's Hospital for the while I was ilso to my neighbors ind friends for the nice cards ind flowers and the nany other ways by which .hey helped me. Ostler 2426 ANDERSON The family 3f the late Margaret Anderson would like to express their sincere thanks to all who in any way made their recent bereavement easier to bear. Tom and Ouida McAdam and family Roger and Dixie McAdam pnd family Bill and Maureen Matson and family Tim and Sandra Bradley and family 2427 RANDA In loving of a dear husband ind Izidor who Dassed away May 1973. One lonely year has passed away since or great sorrow The shock which we that we still well Our hearts still ache with our secret tears still For what it meant to lose no one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely ind everything goes wrong We seem to hear you vhisper and carry remembered by Annie. Irene and Mary 2428 CARD OF THANKS HAGUE Mrs. Luella Picture wishes o express sincere thanks to he nurses and staff if the Lethbridge Municipal iospital for their kind ittendance during her recent also to all my loved mes and friends who came to 'isit and to all who sent cards ind gifts and flowers. 2496 CARD OF THANKS ERICKSON We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our neighbors and anyone who helped in anyway during the loss of our loving husband and father. For those who sent messages of visits to the donations to the heart and pool and those who attended the we are truly thankful. A special thank you to the doctors of Border Counties General Ambulance Rev Pallbearers and Christensen Salmon Funeral Directors. Bless you all. Erickson and families. 2384-28 Directory for seniors A directory of volunteer organizations for senior citizens has been published by the Alberta Council on Aging. The directory was compiled by interested senior citizens and printing and mailing costs were met by a grant from the Department of the Secretary of State. All organizations listed will receive and others are available for from the council at Room 10235 124th Edmonton. ISU grads announced Idaho State University has announced .the following students received degrees at commencement exereises last week in Idaho. Receiving the bachelor of science in pharmacy degree Donald J. and Sherrie Raymond. Receiving bachelor of business administration degrees in computer science Brent M. and Georg Magrath. Emmy awards to be given to tonight Residents warned Bridge of typhoid danger results LOS ANGELES Using a television caps its protracted Emmy awards program tonight. The major awards for individual achievement and for programs will be presented on the Emmy telecast on NBC. It will be shown at 9 p.m. EDT. Under the new the category awards for writing and directing were announced two weeks ago. These winners will compete for awards tonight. The 26th annual presentation of Emmys by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will originate from the Pantages a landmark in Hollywood that once was the site of the film industry's Oscar awards. Johnny Carson will be the host. The Emmys for day programming will be awarded this afternoon during an NBC telecast from New York. Ten E'mmys were announced Monday. The Dick Cavett Show and Tomorrow host Tom Snyder won in the special classification of outstanding programming and individual and writer-cartoonist Charles Schulz won for outstanding individual achievement in children's programming for A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving. This is the first time in the history of the Emmys for the awards. It is also the first time that category winners were announced prior to the presentations. Emmys will be presented for the best comedy drama limited music-variety dramatic variety children's special and outstanding achievement in sports programming. The major individual awards and the previously announced category winners who are competing. Actor of the series Alan Alda of M-A-S-H and Telly Savalas of Actor of the specials- limited series Hal Holbrook of Pueblo and William Holden of The Blue Knight. Actress of the series Mary Tyler Moore of The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Michael Learned of The Waltons. Actress of the specials-limited series Cicely Tyson of The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pitt man and Mildred Natwick of The Snoop Sisters. Supporting actor of the year Rob Reiner of All in the Michael Moriarty of The Glass Menagerie and Harvey Korman of The Carol Burnett Show. U of S grads announced The University of Saskatchewan has announced the following Southern Alberta and southeastern British Columbia students were graduated last week at the spring convocation in Sask. Receiving the bachelor of science degree was Curtis John Andrews of Lethbridge. Receiving the bachelor of science in agriculture degree was Linden Henry Willms of Pincher Creek. Receiving the doctor of veterinary medicine degree Arthur John Coaldale- James Marvin Eldon James and Leslie Christopher Phillips of B.C. Receiving the degree of master of arts was Terry Earl Robinson of Lethbridge. Receiving the bachelor of commerce degree was Terry Leroy Lindquist of Brooks. Receiving the bachelor of science in pharmacy degree was Janet Caroline Batker of Cranbrook. old style Supporting actress of the year' Cloris Leachman of The Mary Tyler Moore Joanna Miles of The Glass Menagerie and Brenda Vaccaro of The Shape of Things. Director of the series Robert Butler for The Blue Jackie Cooper for M- A-S-H and Dave Powers for The Carol Burnett Show. Director of the specials John Korty for The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman and Dwight Hemion for Barbra Streisand and Other Musical Instruments. Writer of the series Joanna Lee for The Treva Silverman for The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Ed Gary Roger Beatty. Arnie Bill Gene Rudy Barry Dick Jenna McMahon and Barry Harman for The Carol Burnett Show. Writer of the specials Fay Kanin for Tell Me Where It Trace Keenan Wynn for The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman and Herb Rosalyn Lome Richard Mim James R. Robert Lilly George Jane Rod Ann Elder and Karyl Geld for Lily By THE CANADIAN PRESS The Quebec health department has asked residents of flooded communities on the West Island of Montreal not to return to their homes until health inspectors can disinfect the area. Civil protection officials estimated Monday that more than 500 families have been evacuated from their homes in West Island communities since the area was hit by severe flooding two weeks ago. A Civil protection spokesman said residents are being asked not to go back to their homes until such time as all health precautions has been instituted to guard against the danger of typhoid. the water level was reported stabilized over the flooded areas. For residents in communities along the Gatineau north of Ottawa as well as the West the task of clearing the debris from flooded homes and trying to pick up the scattered pieces of belongings is just beginning. Damage caused by the floods has been estimated by provincial government officials at million. Flood levels in Pointe Gatineau and Wakefield were reported receding Monday but there appeared little hope the situation would improve on Montreal's West Island. NO BETTER situation hasn't gotten better a Hydro-Quebec official said Monday. Although the water recession was expected to begin within a week or 10 the spokesman said it would be some time before the situation return to normal. The most volatile areas are the Montreal suburbs of Ste. Pierrefonds and lie Bizard and Hydro-Quebec said Monday there appeared little relief in sight for the flooded areas. Along the Gatineau River residents were slowly returning to their homes. In 80 miles north of damage caused by the flooding has been estimated at million. More than workers in the area have been laid off for at least a month as industry in the township is crippled for two weeks and ravaged homes dot the communities downriver at Pointe Farrelton and Low. Ladies' Wed. Afternoon May 22 1. Muriel Ena 2. Mary Gerda 3. Mac Isobel Johnson. Hamilton Wed. Evening May 22 N.S. 1. Bob Chuck 2. Gloria Bjorg 3. 0. B. B. C. Evans. E.W. 1. Robert Mark 2. Ruth Wilma 3. D. E. Bill Zumstein. Novice May 22 and Mrs. E.G. 2. Mrs. E. C. Mrs. M. 3. Kaye Bodil Johannsen. Thursday Night May 23 N.S. 1. Rose Roy 2. Ruth Isobel 3. Wayne and Wilma Winter. E.W. 1. Helen Pauline 2. David Byron 3. Mary Bill Daniel. Friday May 24 N.S. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Del 2. Muriel Loume 3. Mike Peg McCann. E.W. 1. Helen Willa 2. Garth Byron 3. D. E. Bill Zumstein. Unit May 26 1. Wayne David 2. Isobel 3. Irvm Bill Loewen. He opened up the north with baling canvas and courage maybe the thought of Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner waiting when he made it back home. Alberta's original Pilsner has logged a lot of miles and quenched a lot of thirsts in nearly fifty and it tastes as good today as it did way-back-when. Slow-brewed and naturally aged for men who appreciate the down-to-earth flavour of an old-time beer. Try it. 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