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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta n ,i I Jl'iam o I stone teepee rings to be saved from tanks Monday, May 29, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 23 42 Magratli students win graduation diplomas DEATHS DEATHS OCUKY Passed away at j LKAV1TT Passed away Cardslo'i, at the age of 72 years, Eugene Ockcy, beloved Ockey, husband of Mrs. Vcra Annc-jnccii by CIIItlSTENSKN FUNERAL HOME. Cardbton, at the age of Sfl years. Jane Lcavitt. beloved wife of the late Frank Lcavitt. A n n n u n c e ments later by SALMON J CIIKISTKNSEN SALMON NEItAL HOME. WEAK Passed away In the city on Saturday, May 27, 1U72. Mrs. Esther Clara Frear, at the ago f'f "A years, of 526 5th Street South, beloved wife the late Mr. Henry C. Frear. Burn in Minnesota, the late Mrs. 1'Ycar came first to Ta- r.er in 19 I I u 11 fumed until moui lo I ftl'i u'gt n v.ii H si c i HIL 1 until har passim1 She is survived by daugie fn I ML Ciissney oi I1 ishn foil e r is R i Julia) L n Hul in 01 'inn Mrs. 0. (Minnie) Lt e Duch- Allxili Mis K (Edith) Brady. Brer ton hi Hoi Krs.'Ruii Simis i Toil Lau dcrdals, 1 'one a lo n b o ci ilh m imid del chen. Carl Schmidt, Havre, Monlana, John Schmidt, Mesa, Arizona and Sam Schmidt, Duchess. Mr Charles Rowland 2p.m. Martin H age of 94years, Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL. 812 3rd Avenue South, with Mr. Keith Robbins officiating. Interment will follow in Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their re- sneds at Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL (phone MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. DEATHS GENTLEMAN Funeral service for Ihe late Horace Wil- liam Gentleman, was held in the Bc-utty Anglican Church at Bontty, Sask., p.m., Tues- FU- day, May 25, Canon R. G. Doug- las officiating. Interment tol- C2208 lowed in Beatly Cemetery, Be- ally, Sask. The lale Mr. Gentle man died in the Union Hospital at Melforl, Monday, May 22, 1972, at the age of 80 years. He had lived in Lethbridge in the Jil-W's. He was the past pres- ident of the Royal Canadian Le- gion, and was a life member. He leaves to mourn his pass- ing one son, Harold of Quensell, B.C.: Mrs. Dorothy Barton oi Victoria and Mrs. Marjorio Miller of Lcthbridge; twelve g r a n d c h i 1 dren, two great grandchildren. 2C49! SUFFIELD (CP) A survey of the Canadian Forces Training Base in southern Alberla has uncovered almost Gull archaeol- ogical sites, says .lohn Bruin- ley, head of a 23-man team. Sites uncovered since w o r k began in late April include buf- falo jumps, cairns and clusters of stone teepee rings. Mr. Brumley said work being concentrated on 53-mile route on which British soldiers arc to training June 12 with tiie use of tanks, person- nel carriers, anti-tank guns and live ammunition. Canadian Forces officers direct- ing activity in the battle areas. The National Museum of Man has provided for the sur- vey and the Canadian Forces j have made available supply ve- Some of the more valuable I hides, food and some equip- sites will be fenced off and ex- j ment. eluded from the military prac------------------------- Goli tourney June 25 at Foremost lice, he said, is These include a buffalo jump I BifM 1111 Oil where layers of charcoal, but-j falo bone, stone knives and pro-1 ieclile points indicate use furjnl- I .nlfimill years. M The "See Everywhere named because of its hill top I location, will also be protectde I Inn the "foritifed hill caim" and MAGHATH (UN'S) II! forty- two students received diplomas at Magratli High School gradu- ation exercises recently before n capacity audience. Principal Grant Wheeler con- ducted the ceremony with stu- students In Grade 11 who wished to lake Grade 12 as it was not being taught then. G. G. Woolley, Harold Merkley, Reed Hacking, Pauline Redd and Mary B. Pharis were the five who volunteered. dent body president Carol Ririe "There are weighty decisions giving the address of welcome; 'be "made man" of Mr. Woolley cautioned. "What are you going lo do with your life? Man is that he might have joy not pleasure or fleeting and the poem Desaradis. Miss Janice Toomer repre- sented the graduates as vale- dictorian. "None of us ever get away i from she said. "De- happiness. comes from be- ing true to yourself and the morals you set." COLEMAN (CNP The Calgary Crowsnest Pass Reunion Club will hold its an- nual get together in (he 'Pass this year. The second calm is on a bluff I Working in conjunction with I in the middle of a battle run. the Pass Community Swim- FOREMOST (Special) The Mr. Brumley, a graduate stu- ming Pool Committee, date for Foremost Golf Association will; dent at the University of Cal- i tno event is June 24 and will its associated teepee rings about 15 miles away is to be left. velopment of character comes students from experiences of life, so I, withstand nres- hole its annual open tourna- gary, said the purpose, age and ment Sunday, June 25. builders of the cairns is un- compromise a giant beer gar- den to be held in the Coleman xpei learning is continuous. Some of the questions we should ask t to be strong lo wilhstand pres- 1 sures. "Do you have moral 'Am I preparing to meel j courage to stand for right will make vou the challenges of today? Am I j popularr nc askcd. need making a dedicated effort with (to> Tbjs is what 1 beljcve my eyes on the future? Am, I j This j will do That l win nol setting goals to spur me on? Do cannot chcat I have a purpose to Persistence is the bridge 02- tween discouragement and suc- cess. Things come to those who service v dav at C2203 PUBLIC NOTICES ALBERTA HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER CALL FOR PROPOSALS be- loved husband of tha'lata Mrs. Maurine Daniel. Born in Gil- liam, Missouri. wr h e re lie was raised and educated, the late Mr. Daniel came to Lethbridge in 1905, and has resided here ever since. A pioneer of the area, he was a very active busi- nessman and farmer. He was also very active in Southmin stcr United Church, and one of the oldest surviving members and past-president of the Leth- bridge Rotary Club. He is sur- vived by six daughters, Mrs. A. C. (Virginia) Talbot. Lellv HENDERSON Ernie C. age 50 years, dear hus- band of Mrs. Florence Hender- son and dear father of Karen, Christopher, Mark and Stew- art cf 1431 75th Avenue South Calgary, Alberta. He is also survived by one sister, Mrs. George W. (Dorothy) Wal- lace, Calgary. Mr. Henderson was President of Henderson College of Business, Lethbridge. Service at Leyden's Chapel of Remembrance, Calgary, Tues- day, p.m., Rev. Dr. W. G. Collett officiating. Cremation. If desired contributions may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation Fund 2011 10th Ave- nue South West, Calgary 4, Al- berta. C220G away on Thursday, May 25, 1972, follow- ing a lengthy illness, Mr. Jo- seph Bertie Stad- don, at the age ol 61 years, beloved The event will be a 27-hole] known but they are "fairly rich hockey arena. ment with trophies for the win-1 in artifacts." Details of t ier in each flight, and cash j Some groups apparently re- j announced by the committee wait but only that left by those schoo, mcm-ber Principal Grant Wheeler pre- sented graduates who were awarded diplomas by divisional S. C- "ho "P flm! I Erewertcn. Details of the emit will be-opportunities, she challenged: p wcre offe_ed by her class. "You settle first James Newton of Del Bonita >rizes for the first three in j garded them as shrine and as they are completed and j whether to live to your best or nobcrt each flight. The existing clubhouse faci- ities are to be almost doubled n size with the addition of an- other building which will be added to the west side of the present clubhouse. The club is considering the design of a club badge. tossed articles on them with tickets win be on sale in the I lhif the result items ranging froralareo in the near future. Cal- i character is all up lo you. _ ___ cartridge cases to arrowheads garv residents may obtain G. Woolley of Lethbridge. 5.000 years old have been their tickets from Pauline Rch- former principal of Magratli found. bien at 4436 Delhart Road j High School, reminded those Because of the shortage of North West, Calgary, or by i assembled that it is SO years time, only representative digs are being made, but work is to has a] continue through August v.ith gary. S DIE IN CRASH FROSINONE. Italy (AP) A wo-car collision Sunday night telephoning 238-9390. The event since the first Grade 12 gradua- j On a highway near Frosinone, 35 has always been held in Cal- lion from the old brick building miles south of Rome, killed i in 102e. Jared Mercer asked eight persons, police reported. ATTENTION OLD AGE PENSIONERS bridge Mrs. R. (Dorothy) I husband of Mrs. Rose Ecaddon S a i n't-Amour. Portland, Ore- of Coaldale. Prayers will bo roposals (Cff ,._ _______ and completion cf fou< Ipr-n (14) unils cf public housing in Ihe Town c! Brocks, Alberta, c'eariy marked "Tender cr Proposal fcr Public H'lj-.ing _ Brocks, will be by the Town Secretary, Town rl BrooKS, up to p.m., M.D.S.T.. Thursday, June 22, U72. Tenders will be opened in public. Specifications, plans, tender forms and proposal forms may Ue obtained trom Ins undersigned and may be v'evcd at the Construction Associations in Edmonton, Colrjary, Red Deer end Hat cr Lelhbridn.e. Tenders and must be ac- by cerlitted cheque or bid bond for ten per cent 110'.) a the total bid price. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER OR PROPOSAL V.'ILL NOT NECES- SARILY Dt ACCEPTED. B. R. orysiuv. Alberta Hour: 11F.10 Kinrjswoy Avc-m Edmontcn, Alberta T5: pcrafion 0X5 AlBERTA HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER CALL FOR PROPOSALS son, Mrs. L. (Dixie) Lemieux, Irving, Mrs. J. (Vin- cent) Honan, Paloallo, Califor- nia, Mrs. J. (Patricia) Lanning, Seattle. Washington, Mrs. D. L. (Sheila) Petherbridge, Leth- bridge, Alberta: 14 grandchil- dren, 14 great grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. F. (Dixie) Snoddy, Gilliom, Missouri. He was predeceased by bis only son, Charles R. Daniel Jr. in 1958. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in Soulhminsler United Church, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Dorothy Gooder School for Retarded Children. Lelhbridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2203 OKU Javona, passed away Fort Macleod on Friday, May 26, 1972, at the age of 63 v e a r s, follow- a brief ill- ness, beloved vife of the Iste Clarence Orr of Fort Macleod. inj PrcpoE by certified cheqi said Monday (this evening) at p.m. in St. Ambrose C h u r c h, Coaldale. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday at a.m. in St. A m b r o s e Church, Coaldale, with Rev. Father Francis Mc- Cabe celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cem- etery. In lieu of flowers, those who wish may donate to the Alberta T.B. and Respiratory Diseases Association, 7004 109th Street, Edmonton. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C2204 PLETT Passed away at Coaldale on Saturday, May 27, 1972, Peter J., beloved husband of Sara Plett, Coaldale. Born in Fiussia, Mr. Plett came to Man- itoba where he farmed for a period of seven years. Follow- ing this he moved to the Gem area of Alberta where he was a long-time resident, farming there for 29 years. Mr. Pletl retired to Coaldale in 1966. He was an active member of the Coaldale Mennonite Brethren Church. Mr. Plett is survived I by his wife, Sara, five sons, seven daughters and their fam- ilies and also one brother. Fu- neral services were conducted hy Rev. D. Pankratz and as- sisted by Rev. Peter Doerksen and Rev. H. Kornelson will be Mrs. Orr was born at Fort Macleod on S e p teniber 0, a n d Angelina lne Coaldale Mennonite Brethren Church on Wednes-! day, May 31st at p.m. In-1 terment to follow in the Coal- Hornberger. She was married to Clarence Orr. November 23, 1931. She was a lifetime res- ident of 'Orion, Fort Macleod District and Fort Macleod, with the exception of one year spent in Holland. She devoted her life to her family and friends and was an active mmeber of Ihe Orton and Fort Macleod LDS Church. For her kindness, ser- vice, generosity and sincere dale Mennonite Cemetery, j Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, Canada Trust Building. CIIRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., in cliargc of arrangements. C2202 THE bit! price. LOWEST OR PROPOSAI WILL t- ILY TE ACCEPTED. R. Ory-.iuk (ecriive -.eita Mr: cent cf the friendship to all she knew, the j ALBER1A HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER AND 'OR CALL FOR PROPOSAL .in.! ulel I must be ac- y cr-rtjtird tneqtie fir bid ;i [i! r M-nt HO'1.-.) of the I OR ANY TENDER AL Wll I NOT NCCES- ArCEPTHD. 1 memory is that of love end ap- T NECES- preciation. Mrs. Orr is sur- vived by (wo sons, Morris of Calsary and Bruce of Fort l'ir'" iMoclcdd: two daughters, Mrs. KS Robert L c I a Richards of j Cornwall, Ontario. Mrs. Gordon (Patricia) Anderson of Ray- imond; nine grandchildren: her I stepmother, Paula HornbcrRcr i of Fort Macleod and five broth- ers, Mark and Sam Kornbcrflcr of Calgary, Ncpbi Hornberger of Lethbridge, George Horn- berger of Rosemary and Joe Hornbcrger of Fort Macleod. She was predeceased by her husband, Clarence on the 4th of February. 1953, a son. Vnl May 12, Iflan anil six brothers and sisters. Funeral services will be held in the Fort Macleod LDS Chapel on Tuesday, May at 2 p.m., with Bishop Elmer Dcr- ricotl officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Ihe Orton Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their re- spects from 1 p.m. until prior to the service in Ihe Relief So- ciety room of Ihe church. Those who wish may donate lo the Al- berta Heart Fund (1705 15th St. South, CHRIS- TENSTCN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of fu- neral service. C2201 IN MEMORIAW DEAL In loving memory of a dear brother and uncle, Alvin Dili, who passed away May 29, 1960. remembered and sad- ly missed by Harold, Helen, Bev and Tern-. 2827 proposals for :'n of ten (10) marked Public Mt.V Mrs. Selmeidt ANTEED MINIMUM NCOME LEVELS HAVE BEEN RAISED to monthly (single pensioners) and to monthly (married pensioners) THE COST OF LIVING NSIONS on retirement RAYMOND The staff Ihe Alberta Hospital of Ray- mond recently held a retire- ment party for Mrs. Ernie (Millie) Schneidt, a fellow worker and 27-year employee. The evening was spent by caling a delicious turkey sup- per, prepared by the cooks after which, Miss Birt (the matron) presented Mrs. Schncidl with an electric broom, a gift from the staff, and a Book of Remembrance and Many Good Wishes for a happy retirement. The last 16 years she was the seamstress. She was forced to retire early duo In health reasons. D pensions and pension supplements have been increased back to lasl January to reflect increases in the cost of living D in future, if living costs rise, these benefits will be adjusted accordingly each April.. D all of the 1.8 million pensioners will have their pension and supplement fully adjusted for changes in the cost of living... D 1 million aged 65 and over (about of old age pensioners) will receive increases in either their maximum or partial supplement benefits... D an additional pensioners will be entitled to the supplement for (ho first time because of higher allowable income. Those who may qualify for supplements All those receiving only tho basic Old Aga Security pension will receive during July informational material and a Supplement Application Form to assist them in determining whether they are now entitled to the supplement. Your old age security pension Your May cheque will not include the increase. Your June cheque will include: Back to May 514.40 New rate of regular monthly cheque S2..88 Total to be paid in June only Your old age pension and supplement Those who are receiving maximum benefits under the combined Old Age Security and Guaranteed Income Supplement will be entitled to S150 for a single person or a married person whose husband or wife is not a pensioner and S285 for a married couple where both are each. Those who are now receiving a partial supplement will also receive the same amount of adjustment, but not the new maximum benefits noted above. Your May cheque will not include ths increase. Your June cheque will be at the new rats and will also include the back payments to last January. Need More Information? Additional information will be mailed to all pensioners in mid-June. Information is also available from the Regional Old Age Security Office in the capital city of your province. Health end Welfare Canada Minislrn S.into et Blen-otrc social Canada ;