Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
30 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Friday, 8, Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks 1 1974 DEATHS BUDAY Passed away in the city on Wednesday, November 6, 1974, following a brief illness, Mr Gust Buday at the age of 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Jean Buday of 915 6th St S. Prayers will be said at 7 30 p m. on Friday, (tonight) November in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. S. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated at 10-00 a.m. on Saturday, November 9, 1974, in St Patrick's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father J. A. Carroll 0 M I Celebrant Interment will follow m the Family Plot Mount Calvary section Moun- tain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS LTD Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C4194 LEUSINK The Lord in His Wisdom has taken our beloved daughter and sister Wilma unto Himself. In her final days she became very desirous to see Jesus. Passed away in Coaldale on Thurs- day. November 7. 1974, following a lengthy illness, Miss Wilma Leusmk, at the age of 23 years, beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry J. Leusink of Coaldale Born in the Netherlands, the late Miss Leusink came to Canada in 1956 with her family to Iron Springs. She attended school in Iron Springs and in Coaldale after moving there in 1962 and had lived at home un- til her passing Besides her loving parents she is survived by three sisters Mrs B (Gerry) Aalders of Surrey, B C Mrs J (Evelyn) Piekema of Coaldale, and Miss Irene Leusink at home; four brothers Mr Harmen Leusink of Edmonton, Mr. Henk Leusink of New West- minster, B C Mr. Henry John Leusink and Mr John John Leusink both at home, also her grandfather Mr Harmen Leusink in the Netherlands She was predeceased by one sister. The funeral service will be held at 1-00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 12, 1974, in the Christian Reformed Church, Lethbridge, with Rev L. Mulder officiating Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N. or in the church from 12 00 noon until prior to the time of ser- vice. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. 409 Canada Trust Bldg MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice Phone 328-2361. C4195 COVERDALE Passed away in the city on Thursday, November 7. 1974. following a bnef illness, Mr. Charles Claude Coverdale at the age of 67 years, of Foremost, belov- ed husband of the late Mrs. Clara Coverdale Born and raised in the Lacombe District, the late Mr Cover- dale moved to Lethbridge in 1927. where he operated a barber shop. In 1928 he moved to Foremost as a barber, and expanded his business into a Jewelry and Appliance Shop and Southern Alberta water well drilling He was the first Mayor of Foremost when it was incorporated as a village and was very active in civic affairs He was a member of the Foremost Chamber of Commerce. Royal Canadian Legion. Elks Club No. 223, Lions Club. Masonic Lodge A F and A.N Lethbridge Shrine Club and Al Azhar Temple. Caigary He is sur- vived by one son. Mr. Richard Dick t Toverdale of Foremost, three daughters. Mrs A (Joyce i Ervin and Mrs B (Carol) Roberts both of Lethbridge, Mrs R Hsobel) Karl of Foremost, fourteen grandchildren, one brother. Mr Harry G (Curly i Cove-dale of Lacombe. He was predeceased by his wife on May 7. 1974. also by one brother The Funeral Service will be held at 3 00 p m on Saturday. November 9, 1974. in McKillop United Church, with Rev Robert D Mitchell officiating Interment will follow in the Family Plot Mountain View Cemetery Those who wish may pay their respects in Martin Bros MEMORIAL PHAPEL. 703 1'th St N Those who wish msv donate to the Shnnr Children s Fund r o Lf-thV'Hge Shnnc Club. P 0 Box 444 MARTIN BROS LTD Direr of the Funeral Service Phone 328-2361 IN MEMORIAM HARDING In fond memory of a beloved husband and father. Fred Harding, who departed from us on November 8th, 1971 Just a prayer from those who loved you. Just a memory fond and true. In our hearts you will live forever Because we thought the world of you remembered and sadly missed by your wife Joyce, children and grandchildren 5239 CARDS OF THANKS We wish to thank all those who donated to, supported and worked at our white elephant sale on November 2nd We realized for the mission in Malawi. Africa Mary's Altar Society, Barons. 5237 SCOTTON We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to all who have comforted us in our recent bereavement Thank you all for the flowers, cards, food and words of sympathy. Thank you to the Christensen Salmon Funeral Home for their courteous and efficient Service. and Bev. 5236-9 THE ST. BASIL'S CWL Executive would like to thank all those who made donations and supported the annual St Basil's Trombola and Tea. Following is a list of the Trombola Winners 1 Rose Prokop 2 J Keer 3 Mary and Alex Duda 4. Mrs. L Troman 5 Mary Ellen Johnson 6. Allan Smith Door Prize Marie Spackman Pillow JosephinaDe Sabato Afghan Raffle Mickey Baceda 5281 ECKLUND We wish to extend our heartful thanks and gratitude to our friends and relatives for their thoughtful expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement. The floral tributes, cards, letters, visits, food and the donations to the Alberta T.B. and Respiratory Disease Fund Special thanks to Reverend Hefflfinger. Verna Bodie and choir, the Eastern Star who served lunch following the funeral service and Terry Reardon for his helpful services were all much appreciated. Kann Ecklund and Familv 5238 Food Prices Food price index up The food price continued to rise in October to 196.3 from the September level of 193.6. The index was at 169.7 in October of 1973. (See story on page s Hunting, fishing average in South Hunting and fishing in Southern Alberta looks average for the weekend, the department of lands and forests says The department's regular fishing and hunting report lists duck hunting as good at Stirling Reservoir and fishing has been average with good success for pike and turbot on the east end of Cross Coulee Fishing in other lakes around Lethbridge has met with low success. There has been good success around Barons for pheasant hunting. In other areas of the South big game hunting pressure is below average with below average success. Bird hunting is meeting with average success except near Cardston where it is listed as low. Fishing in the Pincher Creek area has had low success but fishing in Chain Lakes near Claresholm has produced average success for trout Fishing success near Cardston has been average in Police Lake but low in the rest of the district. There is low pressure and success for both bird hunting and fishing in the Medicine Hat and Foremost areas. Duck and goose hunting is good near Brooks with fishing good for rainbow trout as Rock and Cowoki Reservoirs. Truck roads are generally in Fair condition. The Porcupine Hills road is fair with some snow and rough sections. The Highwood-Longview access is in similar condition Hamburger inspectors fan out OTTAWA (CP) An investigation of bacterial con- tent in ground beef began in earnest this week, but a report on the outcome won't be ready for two months or more, a senior federal health official says. Dr Albert Liston, acting head of the health protection branch, said 30 branch inspec- tors began taking samples from retail stores across the country early this week. The inspectors were drawn from the branch's 245 field per- sonnel He estimated that more" than 1.000 samples will be studied and analysed before the survey ends in two or three months. Labor hammering out crucial British budget LONDON (CP) Britain's new Labor government, squeezed in the grip of severe inflation and a stagnating economy, now is completing the final draft of one the country's most crucial peac- time budgets As Denis Kealey. tough- minded chancellor of the ex- chequer, prepares to unveii his new measures to an expec- ,ant Commons next Tuesday. ;overnments throughout Western Europe are wasting with unconcealed anxiety There seems little doubt the budget will try to curb con- sumer spending, perhaps se- erely. in non-essential areas >y tightening taxes on such hings as gasoline tobacco, al- ohol. travel and enter- tainment But at the same time, indus- rial and Britain s rading partners, especially hose- in the European "ommon Market are urging he gwernmf nt to avoid what hcv fear might lx- dracoman eflationarv measures 'evoted to defeating inflation t all costs Sources sav Euroiean leaders have been quietly emphasizing to Healey that such a course would add dis- astrously to the recessionary trends already at work in the international economy and wipe out their hopes for recovery within the rext cou pie of years Healey's room for ma- noeuvre, however, is desper- ately narrow Inflation, now- running at an annual rate of roughly 17 per cent, must be eased quickly to provide chance for expansion in the foreseeable future INDUSTRY NEEDS FUNDS But simultaneously industry is starved for funds, with the private sector in deficit by the equivalent of about billion and Drying out for assistance or at least mildly rfflationary measures If agreeo to expand home demand Mpnfirantly it would almost ret tainlv lead to a worsening in the balance ot p a v m c n s deficit now billion a year -as imports increased more rapidly than exports, at least in the short term Any action by the minister to bring down interest rates and encourage lending to in- dustry, would run a serious risk of tempting holders of switch to other i--% vvh''-? thty might This in turn would force down the inter- national value of sterling and make imports even more ex- pensive than now. thus adding to inflationary pressures Most observers believe Hea- wiil tr> tn help industry out of its cash crisis Jjy reduc- ing corporate tax slightly and with direct government assistance to provide an im- mediate 3 billion II snnms just possible Healey migh! announce a new special tax on luxury goods, cspenallv imported items such as cameras, electronic goods furs and the like, in an aUcmpt to improve the payments imbalance This, however -would have little effect on Ihr trade pattern' f s rnuntry such as mam exports to Britain are essentials such as minerals, wheat and wood products come home to It's been one of those days heavy on the work load hard on the mind. 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