Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Birtlii, Maallu, Ju, L Of 3LnL, Jn J i; Gulf refinery i JL t SI rocked by lilasl J BIRTH CLARK Dr. and Mrs. Ross Clark arc pleased to announce the birth of their son, Bradley Grant, horn Ocl. 23, 1071, a brother for Kelly Lynn. (In- DEATHS n.ABUI.SKI Passed nwny in the city on Wednesday, Nov- ember 3, 1971, Mr. Alexander Dabulski, at the age of 70 years, of 131 19th Street N. Fun- eral arrangements will he an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C831G S1SSONS Tuesday, Nov. 2. 1071, Mrs. Ella Cecelia, aged (12 years, Champion. Survived by a d a u R h t e r, Mrs. Bryan (Mary) Blarkfonl, Lcthbridge; one g' r a n d d a u g h t e r, Mrs. Wayne (Gerrie) Anderson, Vul- ctn; two great grandchildren and one niece. Predeceased by her husband. Melford in 1951'.. Prayers at St. Mary's Church, Champion this evening at p.m. Funeral 'Mass will be cel- ebrated Thursday at 2 p.m. In- terment Champion Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. CS313 ALBISTON Garth, former- ly of Lcthbridge and Cardston, passed away suddenly in Cal- gary on Monday, November 1, J671, at the sge'of 47 years, be- loved father of Ronald K. Al- biston of Uithhridge. Mr. Albis- tcn was born in Jefferson, Alberta. January 25, 1925, and received his education in the Jefferson District schools. Fun- eral services will be held in the Chrislensen Chapel on Thurs- day, November 4th at 1 p.m., wiih Bishop Leo L. Davidson officiating. Interment will fol- low hi the Soldiers section of the Mountain View Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined by the family. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C8314 FUNERAL LOWF.N Funeral service for Abraham Lowcn, Vauxhall and native son of Ma- Tauridn, Russia, who died at Taber Friday, Oct. 29, 1971. at the age of 79 years, was held al p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2, 1971, in Ihe Mcnncnite Conference Church. Vaiixhall, with Rev. Mcnno Bsrgon offi- ciating. Pallbearers wore Ja- cob Tliiesscn, Jake Rcmp'e, Peter Pclncck, Cornelius Frie- sen, Henry Neufeldt and Jake Schulz. Interment was in the Mennonifc Cemetery. Hiimphries Funeral Home, Ta- bcr, was in charge of the ar- rangements. CLARKSON, Ont. (CP) An explosion that rocked Ihe Gulf Oil Canada Ltd. rcfinei7 here injured three men and sen! flames shooting 100 feet into the air. The explosion shook windows for several miles around. Com- pany firemen fought for two hours to control the blaze. Workmen Walter Titanic, '18, and J. Gordon McCurdy, 25, both of nearby Mississauga Township, were in satisfactory condition in hospital with burns. A third man, Harry Skirns, 45, cf Oakville, Ont., was treated for cuts, bruises and minor burns. The refinery is one of the big- fiest in southern Ontario, lo- cated on the Lake Ontario shoreline. Clarkson is Ifl miles west of i Toronto. handle oil tankers OTTAWA (CP) A dccp- water port able to accommo- date the largest oil tankers in lha world can be constructed end oiiaralcd year-round in the western Arctic, says a public works report. Tile feasibility study, revealed CARDS OF THANKS KOSTYNIL'K ported 15 M-72 light anti-tank Miss tank weapons 1IANAU, West Germany (API The U.S. Army said express our sincere thc-nks lo jls Armored Division re- all our friends, neighbors and1 for calls, flowers, cards and letters sent in. our hereavcmcn t of our loving brother Harry. We are also most thankful to those who brought food and helped serve. Special thanks to Frihcr Jim Hagel, Saint Anne's Choir, the organ- ist, Ihe pallbearers and all those who helped in our time i of sorrow. i family. I VEHBOVNI The family of the late Alex Verbovni wish to express thair heartfelt thanks and appreciation to ths doctors of the Haig Clinic and to the nursing staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for the care Ire received while there; also a sincere thank you lo Reverend A. T. Kii Asscciatioi Canadians who contributed and served the lunch and to the many relatives and friends for the cards, flowers and thought- ful acts of kindness, sympathy and help during our recent be- reavement. Doris Verbovni Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Milson I Mr. and Mrs. Roy P. Ovcrn 2760: No cocktails GUELPH, Onl. (CP) Should the Wellington County school board of education do- nate SIM lo a cocktail party? Trustee Michael Bean didn't think so. He told the hoard at a to oil companies in. Calgary Tuesday, concludes that a mar- ine oil terminal off Babbagc Bight, about 20 miles southeast of Herschcl Island, would be ideal to service both (he North Slope oil fields of Alaska as well as any big producers located in the Mackenzie Delta. It would take nhoi't five years to construct and cost about Sio million. A townsite for about nod permanent residents would have to be built, and support services such as icebreakers provided. It depends on private oil compa- nies whether the project pro- ceeds. recent meeting that he opposed No were done on the the of any mercy to a feasibility of giant tankers op'jr- receplion for the Hamilton ant! district chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children. The council had written to the board asking that it, along with the other boards in the area, donate from SIM to for a "general reception" during a convention that 1.000 lo persons inter- weapons missing from an am- j ested in special education arc munition storage site. I cxKccted to attend. ating through the Northwest Passage 12 months a year. ''Instead, it was envisaged that vessels having this capabil- ity would exist, and that the terminal would make provision for their operating and loading under the worst conditions of sea, ice and the re- port states. in cemetery WINNIPEG (CP) A Winnipeg court has ordered two youig men lo 200 hours of hard labor each in a cem- etery for their excesses dur- ing an hour of Hclloween Joseph Falinski, 19, and Rickey John Locke, 18, both of Winnipag, pleaded guilty to a charge of mischief after 39 tombstones were damaged early Sunday. Both were or- dered to perform 16 hours' work in the each month over the next year. Magislrate I. V. Dubienski also placed them on a three- yerr suspended sentence and ordered each to pay res- titution. Deaths Yesterday By TIIE CANADIAN PRESS Jamestown, Josephine L. Antonic. 63. once a leading Wednciday, November 3, 1971 THE IIIHBRIDOE HERALD 25 Enrolments down at universities OTTAWA said that while the trend this at Canadian universities this j year may be only temporary, it year arc generally lower than also could represent "quite a expected, rcpiesentatives of the! major shift in projections for Association of Univcrsil'cs and the whole country." Colleges of Canada said Mon- day. EFFECTS VARY The financial cffecls of the Enrolments for the 1971-72 ac-1 enrolment drop vary from prov- ademic year averaged two to i ince to province, depending on three per cent lower than the' the formula under which the expected five-per-ccnt increase universities receive govern- ibove last year's totals, a sam- mcnt funds. But a number of pling of about 40 universities in all parls of (he country show- ed. universities have more staff flian they need this year and the experience might make The universities sampled rep-: 'horn more wary next year. resent about CIS per cent of all The association also an- students in Canadian univcrsi-: nounccd that it intends to ties. j amine Canadian studies pro- Tiie pifriure varied from re- across the country. The gion to region, however. Enrol- i Canada Council has awarded menls in Western universities Ihe association to do the tended to decrease, enrolments project. in the Atlantic provinces The Association of Universi- erally increased and Ontario; ties and Colleges of Canada is a universities were at about the t voluntary organization of 61 in- national average. I sii'utions of higher education, prrtidrrt I "Its aim is to foster the de- soprano at the Metropolitan i Davidson Dunton. Opsra company in New York, of of Carleton University in Ot-1 vclopmcnt of higher education a heart attack. lav.-a and of the association. I in Canada. ing, to the ladies of the ation of United Ukrainian SIMPSONS-SEARS McKAY Meralda Allen, passed away in Raymond, after a lengthy illness on Tuesday, November 2nd. 1971, at the age of 31 years, beloved wife of the late William M. McKay of Og- den, Utah and the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Heber S. Allen of Raymond. Left to mourn her passing are five daughters and one son, all of the U.S.A.; three sisters. Hazel and Lucille of the U.S.A., and Mrs. Viola Wing of Raymond and one brother, John Allen of Raymond. The remains are be- ing taken to Ogden, Utah for a graveside service in the Family Plot in the Ogden Cemetery on Friday, November 5th, 1971 at noon. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Di- rectors of Funeral Sen-ice. C8315 SKERRATT Passed away in the city on Monday, Novem- ber 1, 1971, following a brief illness, Mrs. Rcgina Skerratt, at the age of 23 years, beloved wife of Mr. Robert William Skerratt of S'unnyside. Prayers will he said on Wednesday, (tonight) at p.m. in Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13th Street N. phone 3211- 2361. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Thursday, at a.m. in St. Basil's Catho- lic Church, with Rev. Father G. Marien, celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flow- ers, those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bldg.. or "to the charity of Ihcir choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C5317 OSIN'G Passed away in the city r1. Tuesday, November 2, Iff7l, following a lengthly ill- ness. Mrs. Ida Osing. aged 77 yoars. beloved wife of Mr. 'Oscar Magnus Osing, of 2118 13 Avenue S. Born in Foley, Minnesota, the late Mrs. IN MEMORIAMS HUGHES In loving mem- ory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Alice Hughes, who j passed away November 3, 1962. i remembered by her husband W. R. Hughes and family. 2642 CREDICO 111 loving mem I ories of Joe Crcdico, who pass-; ed away November 1, 1970. No longer with us, our life to share, But in our hearts you are always there. remembered and sadly missed by the Zonta and! Neve families. 2747 i MILLl'S In loving mem- ory of a dear father, George, who passed away November 3, i 1970. Resting where no shadows fall, in peaceful sleep he awaits us all. God will link the broken chain j When one bv one we again. always Pauline and Bvron. by 2723 MILLUS In loving ory of a dear husband and father. George, who passed away November 3, 1970. There is who misses you sadly in the house where you used to be. Someone who fried hard to save you, but God willed it not to be. In tears we watched you suffer, and slowly facie away, God alone knows how much we miss you, as we walk through the house every day. always h y his wife Mary and Lome. Jerrie and Bev. 272-1 C producers Osing came to Warner in 1907 UyillS U and the following year home- 1 ''ing steaded at Milk River. They I moved to east of Milk River in MONTREAL (CP) Paul 19Ifi, retiring lo Lellibridge in 1957. Resides her loving hus- band, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. (Vivian) L. .Ia- quish. Lcthbridge; one son, Mr. Osing, Milk River and one grandson, Byron. The fun- eral service will lie held on Fri- day, at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Slrcct N.. with Rev. .1. R. Chapman, officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens, Friends may pay Ilieir respccls in Mar- tin 'Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL, phone MARTIN RROS. LTD., Directors of Fun- eral Service. C8318 Blouin. a producer with Hie CBC French network, has been named winner of the Prix Victor Morin of Ihe St. Jean Baptistc Society for 1971. The annual award is given for competence and influence in the fields of theatre, television or cinema serving the inter- ests of French Canada. Rorn in Dauphin, Man., Mr. Rlouin lias produced plays by I such authors as Gralien Geli nas. Harold Pinter and Arthur Miller for television and has been closely involved with pro- ductions at Monlreal's Theatre du R-ideau Vert and Theatre du j Nouveau Monde. The Cavalier Muffler ONLY and up B. Here's our EVERYDAY LOW PRICE on a really rugged Muffler that can take it. Everyday Low Prices on Orion Pile Seat Covers -J.09 quait tion and vibration-resistant design. Just right for low-power requirements. Why pay big name prices when Cavalier comes at prices as low as these. 6 VOLT 9.99 CAVALIER 12-volt. 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