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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH GRUSIE Elsie and Arthur Mcllroy are proud to announce the birth of twin Sandi Joanne and Jeffrey Wayne on November 1973. Proud parents are Betty and Wayne Grusie of Wanham and grand- parents are Emil and Rose Grusie. 3150 DEATHS MOLINE Passed away in the city on November following a brief Mr. Andrew Moline at the age of 90 years of the Southland Nursing Home of Bow Born and raised in Sweden the late Mr. Moline came to the United States in moving to a homestead in the Nemiscam district in 1910. He retired to Creston in 1946 and went to Bow Island in 1962. He came to Lethbridge in 1973 where he has resided until his passing. He is surviv- ed by four nieces and one nephew in Sweden. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Zion Lutheran Church in Bow with Rev. Harold Martin officiating. Interment will follow in the family Bow Island Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the Church from 1 p.m. until service time. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C5337 ORLANDO beloved husband of the late Barbara Orlando of Blair- passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on November 1973 at age 78 years. He was born in Province of March 1895 and came to Canada in settling in the Crowsnest Pass. He resided in Drumheller for a short returning to Blairmore in where he has resided since. Mr. Orlando was employed as a miner at the West Canadian Collieries and also as a bartender in the Pass Hotel. He was a 50 year member of the Canadian Legion. He was predeceased by his wife Barbara in Blair- more in 1963 and by his parents in Italy. Surviving are two Albert and both of two sisters in four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Prayers will be said in St. Anne's Catholic Monday evening at p.m. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Anne's Church November 13 at with Rev. Tim Connolly as Interment will follow in the family Blairmore Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of persons wishing may donate to the Dr. Aiello Memorial care of Crowsnest Pass marking lonations memory of the ate Angelo FANTIN CHAPELS is n charge. C5331 BEARD Passed away mddenly in the city on November Mr. Fredrick Charles Beard it the age of 79 beloved lusband of Mrs. Daisy Beard 1722 2 Avenue A. N. Born n England the late Mr. Beard to Canada in to He served with he Royal Engineers during he First World War. He vorked with the Air Cadets 4o. 11 Squadron for 17 years. 4e was employed as foreman or the Federal Government Elevators here in Lethbridge or 24 retiring in 1959. was a life member of the Canadian Legion in and was an ardent awn bowler. Besides his lov- ng wife he is survived by one Miss Grace Beard it two sistersjVlrs. G. Cooke in Mrs. A. W. Griffiths Lethbridge and one brother Km in England. ie was predeceased by one ion in 1944 during he Second World War. The uneral service will be held on fuesday at 3 p.m. in Martin Jros. MEMORIAL '03-13 St. with Captain Ron iutcher and Rev. Father Jruee Field officiating. Inter- nent will follow in Mountain Hew Cemetery. It has been equested by the family that here be no flowers and those vhb wish may donate to the Charity of their i'riends may pay their espects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL phone 128-2361. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the ''uneral Service. C5341 DEATHS McLEAN Patted away In the city oa November Mr. Leo McLean at the age of 74 years of the Edith Cavell Nursing Home. Funeral arrangements will be announced with completed. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. CSS38 PISKO passed away in the city on November 11. 1973 at the age of 67 beloved husband of Mrs. Eileen Pisko of 718A 10 St. S. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C5338 FLEMING passed away in Calgary on November 1973 at the age of 71 beloved husband of Mrs. Marjorie Fleming of Calgary. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Services. C5334 LIZZ1 Funeral service for John beloved hus- band of Mrs. Maria Lizzi of the Golden Acres who died in the city on Oc- tober at the age of 79 was held at a.m. October 1973 in St. Basil's Catholic with Rev. Father G. Marten officiating. Pallbearers were Don Stan Don John Bill Gibson and Ezio Gardin. Interment was in the Mount Calvary Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Directors of Funeral was in charge of the arrangements. 3946A BOSETTI beloved wife of the late Alfred Bosetti of passed in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on 'November 1973 at age 76 years. Born in Villa Province of Italy on November 1897. The late Mrs. Bosetti came to Blair- more in where she resid- ed since. She was predeceased by her husband Alfred in August her two sisters and two brothers. Surviving are two Italo of Blairmore and Reno of one sister in Italy and two grandchildren. Prayers will be said at St. Anne's Catholic Tuesday evening at p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St. Anne's November 14 at with Rev. Tim Con- nolly celebrant. Interment will follow in the family Blairmore Catholic Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPELS is in charge. C5332 HOLT passed away in Raymond on November at the age of 60 beloved husband of Mrs. Helen Holt of Raymond. Mr. Holt was bom in Ray- mond on July son of Franklin Truman and Sarah Holt. Attended schools in Ray- mond and graduated from the Agriculture College in Raymond. He was in business in operating a meat market and cattle buying business for many years. He is survived by his Helen Scoville three Jack of Roger of Ray- mond and Douglas of three Necia Sangray of Great Mon- and Kathleen and Marilyn Holt both of eight three Truman of Murray of Raymond and Isaac of and four Emma Dahl cf Leah Pilling of Ruth Salmon of Raymond and Gladys Stringam of Lethbridge. Funeral services will be held November 1973 at p.m. in the Raymond 3rd Ward L.D.S. Chape with Bishop Ronald Watson of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from p.m. until prior to the service at the Church. Friends may also pay their respects at toe Christensen Chapel 10 St. November 1973 from until p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME of Funeral Service. CU33 DEATHS STRAND November 1973 Mrs. Ebba E. aged 74 of 7th Street beloved mother of Kenneth Strand of Alta. and Mrs. Bernard Bennett of Alta. Rev. E. K. Rostad will conduct funeral service in PATTISON'S on the Medicine Alta. on Tuesday afternoon at o'clock. Interment will follow in Hillside Cemetery. C5340 MOON Passed away in the city on November following a brief Mr. Leung Jew Moon at the age of 69 years of 318 2 Avenue S. Born in China the late Mr.' Moon came to Canada in to Lethbridge. He has continued to reside here until his passing. He is survived by one daughter in China. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3 Ave. with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the Chinese sec- tion of Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3 Avenue S. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Direc- tors of the Funeral Ser- vice. C5339 FLEXHAUG passed away in Raymond on November 1973 at the age of 81 beloved husband of the late Mrs. Leah Flexhaug of Raymond. Mr. Flexhaug was born February 1892 at South the fourth son in the family of fifteen children. The family lived in South Dakota until they immigrated to Canada in 1910 and settled in the Manyberries district. It was here he met Leah Richardson and they were married November In 1922 they moved to Raymond where he resided until his passing. He was predeceased by his Leah in 1968 and by a Doris in 1945. He is survived by a Doran of a Hazel Douglas of eight four six great five Peter of Iron of Harry of Raymond and Edward and Joseph of and two Mrs. Pauline Ever- South Dakota and Mrs. Selma Kincaide of Calgary. Funeral services will be held November 1973 at p.m. in the Taylor Stake with Bishop Dwayne Hall officiating. Interment will follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from p.m. until prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C5335 CARD OF THANKS TURNER We wish to ex- press our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to our many neighbors and relatives for the floral cards and calls of sympathy and food received during our recent sad bereavement. Also our sincere thanks for the many expressions of concern ex- tended to Michael and our family during this past year. A very special thanks to Rev. Blake to the doc- tors of the Haig and Campbell Clinics and to the staff of both hospitals. We also wish to ex- tend our sincere gratitude to the Laurel Chapter of the Eastern Star and Liska Unit of McKillop Church. and Lynn. Susan and David Turner. and Lily Swanson. 3182-12 Dr. Rose hired EDMONTON Dr. Pat former Alberta deputy health has been hired as medical consul- tant to the city's co-ordinated home care program. He will be responsible for the over-all direction of the which provides health and social services to Edmonton's elderly and han- dicapped in their homes. HARD TO SPOT The smallest species of fern is the hecistopterls found in Central America. Two-minute silence Governor-General Roland Mrs. Marga- Remembrance Day services at Ottawa Sunday. Mrs. ret national Silver Cross and Prime Santo lost two sons during the Second World War. Minister Trudeau-observe two minutes silence during Cornflakes question in House OTTAWA Grace Maclnnis couver ticked off the health department on grounds of co-operating with a company to sell a cereal little or no nutritional In Mrs. Maclnnis was ticked off for bringing a box of com flakes into the Commons. The House was not a court of law where exhibits can be said Speaker Lucien Lam- oureux. Mrs. Maclnnis was ob- jecting to the distribution of sports copyrighted by the through the corn flakes manufactured by the Kellogg Co. of Canada. Health Minister Marc Lalonde said there is an agreement between the federal agency Sports Canada and the company to distribute the medals. He was happy so long as they were reaching youth. As for the nutri tonal value of corn milk you have with your corn flakes has great nutritional Sask. NDP seen as 'Iron Curtain' gov't SASKATOON Saskatchewan Liberals wound up two days of low-key policy discussions with an old- fashioned rousing political speech Saturday by party leader Dave Steuart. As delegates to the annual Liberal convention he ripped into the provincial NDP comparing its programs to those of Iron Curtain countries and saying the minister for Northern Ted Bower- has instincts of a But he put equal vigor into telling the 900 Liberals at the convention to get out and work for the first in the Dec. 5 Regina Lakeview provincial byelection and then over the next year or two before a general provincial election. he are most successful people in this and could come up with far better programs than the NDP. The trouble was 'you tend to sit on your brains instead of using What the delegates decided on policy issues will not be known even to the delegates for at least two weeks and perhaps a month. Ballots will not be fully counted until partially because some ballots will be returned by mail. GETS THE MESSAGE But Mr. Steuart told delegates get a message from the tone of dis- cussions in policy com- mittees. The he in- dicated they want reform of the welfare effective encouragement of resource development and a halt to the needless extension of provin- cial government power. Mr. Steuart said the welfare system should differentiate between those unable to work and those who can work. The latter would not be cast out in the but would be given work opportunities in government projects if necessary. He would encourage resource but money from outside Canada would be used only if no Cana- dian funds were available as a very last and then only after consulta- tion and study had been would a government that I headed look outside this The department of Northern which provides virtually all provin- cial services in the would be disbanded and Northerners would be given a form of local government. ASKED TO STEP ASIDE He also announced he has asked two Liberal Allan Guy Athabasca and Henry Coupland Meadow Lake not to seek nomination in the two Northern ridings that will be organized under con- stituency boundary changes. That would open the way for Indian or Metis who have not 'been in the legislature for 20 years. One of the first acts of a Liberal he would be to offer for sale the farmland owned by the NDP government's land bank. Mr. Steuart said the NDP government has no intention of selling that land and the idea is not new. had it over behind the Iron Curtain for years and call it what it it's state far- it's On the provincial hog marketing he is not democracy. That is not the Saskatchewan way. That is not the Liberal way. Except for the agriculture where about 100 delegates listened to farmers sound off about government interference in general and the provincial hog marketing commission in the policy committee discussions were generally spiritless. Delegates split on some issues expansion of welfare abortion crea- tion of a guaranteed annual in- come through a negative in- come tax and more CBC television production facilities in Saskatchewan. Opponents of the latter proposal argued that CBC is as big a monster as need right Resolutions put before delegates ranged from mak ing the Senate an elected to calls for Saskatoon Laloche bus service restricting big-game huntinj in Saskatchewan to residents o that area. Arguments that seemed find general support in committees Federalism A Unitec States style Senate should be with an equal numbei of senators elected from each any child borne out- side Canada with at least one parent being a Canadian citizen should have Canadiar the federal government should retain ex elusive control over cablt television. Health and welfare Day- care centres should be es- tablished with provincial government witnesses to child beating or its effects should be required to report it. Complete Car Here's what you get when you bring your car in for repairs. You get the kind of service you expect. exacting standards of automotive repairs. We can't afford to offer you anything less. 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