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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Uf Jn lilt lemonamA BIRTH SCHOW Ray and Laverne are proud to announce the birth cf a daughter on November 10, 1972, Treena Rochele, a sister Raymond Jr. and Teresa. 1837 DEATHS WESLEY George, passed away in Fort Macleod on Fri- day, November 17, 1972 at the age of 69 yea'.-s, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Anna Wesley of Granum. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. CHRISTENSEN SAL- MON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funecal Service. C5552 HAMMERGREN Passed away at Taber on Wednesday, November 15, 1972, Terrance George (Terry) of Hays, at age 19 years. Funeral services will be conducted from Hays School on Saturday, November 18 at 2 p.m., with Miss Aldeen McKay officiating. Interment will follow in Vaux- hall Cemetery. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. C5549 DEATHS TILLER Passed away fa the city on Wednesday, Novem- ber 15, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. Tobias Tom Tiller, at the age of 100 years, of 913 9th Avenue S., beloved husband of the late Mrs. Eliza Tiller. Eoni, raised and educated in Newfoundland, the late Mr. Tiller came west to Diamond City in 1906 and was employed in the mines as a carpenter. He moved to Lethbridge in 1914 and continued his carpentering until his retirement in 1947, and has continued to reside here until his passing. Survivors in- clude two sons, Mr. Cecil Tiller of Victoria! Mr. Norm Tilto- of Lethbridge; t w o daughters, Mrs. E. (Louise) Fleetwood and Mrs. H. J. (Bertha) Ellis, Mth of Lethbridge; 11 grand- hildren and 3D great-grandchil- dren. The funeral service will ie held on Monday, at 3 p.m., n Matin Bros. TRADIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott ifficiating. Interment will fol- ow in Mountain View Cemetery, 'riends may pay their respects n Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL JHAPEL, 812-3 Avenue S. 'hone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. ,TD.. Directors of Funeral Sa-vicc. C5556 ENGEN Thursday, No- vember 16, 1972, William Hen- ry Patrick, aged 49 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Ro- bina Enger, Vulcan. Services at the Vulcan United Church, Sat- urday p.m., Rev. William Julian officiating. Interment, Vulcen Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. C5550 MILLS William, passed away in Omak, Washington on Wednesday, November 15, 1972, at the age of 61 years. Requiem Mass will be celebrated Satur- day, November 18, 1972 at 10 a.m. in St. Catherine's Catholic Church at Standoff, with Father J. Regnier as celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in tire Standoff Cemetery. Prayers will be said tonight, Friday, November 17, 1972 at Standoff. CHRISTEN- SEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C5553 PLAIN away on WOMAN Passed Wednesday, Novem- ber "15, 1972, Margaret Louise Plain Woman, aged 18 years, beloved daughter of Bernard Plain Woman of the Blood Re- serve. Also survived by her mother, Joan Plain Woman ir California; three brothers and five sisters. The funeral scr- GOODREAU Passed away n Calgary on Wednesday, No- 'ember 15, 1972, Lena Marie Goodreau, at age 95 years of 'tocher Greek, Alberta. Born in It. Basilic, New Brunswick, where she received her educa- tion and taught school for sev- eral years. Came to Pincher Creek with an aunt in 1910. She married John and has resided in Pincher Creek until her passing. Active in church work and a member of the I.W.L. Survivors include two sons, Mr. Alvui Goodreau of riesherton, Ontario and John 3oodreau of Pincher Creek; :our daughters, Mrs. W. Car- men) Bowd, Mrs. W. (Ella) Watts and Mrs. E. (Cecile) Pillage of Calgary, Mrs. J. (Marimae) Brown of Green- acres, Washington, U.S.A.; 16 grandchildren, nine great- grandchildren. Predeceased bj lier husband in 1952. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Pincher Creek on Sat urday, November 18, 1972 a a.m., Rev. M. Hagge celebrant. Inteonent in Fair view Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in Eden's Fun eal Home on Friday (tonight at p.m. EDEN'S FUNER AL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek, in charge at arrange- ments. C555: CARDS OF THANKS SZTABA On the passing f a beloved father and dear riend, Albert Sztaba; a spe- ial thank you is extended to ie pallbearers, Father Zubacli nd Mike Vaselenak Sr. A very incere thanks to Dale Martin or his pursonal assistance to is; to Carolyn Bailey; to those ivho sent flowers, cards and of- ered condolences thank you. Sztaba Beverly and John Vaselenak Bill Gibson 1969 BATTIST We wish to ex- press a most sincere thank you o the doctor and to the staff f the Edith Cavell Nursing Home for the care and kindness Florence during her esidence. Special thanks also o friends, relatives and neigh- iors for the cards, flowers, food and man> other kind expressions if sympathy extended during IUT bereavement. Ba'.tist family. 1924-18 FLEMING We would like o express a sincere thank you o all lha people of southern Alberta for their kindness and warm response during the recent ragedy of the loss of our home. No words can express our feel- ngs in our tir.e of need, for he thoughtfulncss, concern and aid we received from each and every one of you. Again we hank you. and Judy Fleming and family. 1923-18 Budget plan near EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta government is close to completing plans under which it will be able to indicate to uni- versities and colleges how much financing will be available dur- ing a three or four-year period, Alvanced Education Minister Jim Foster said yesterday. Mr. Foster, at the annual meeting of the Alberta Associa- tion of Colleges Administration, said his department is close to a general position on a three-to- four-year budget plan for the institutions. He said no one believes the costs of education will be re- duced but that perhaps the rate of increase can be slowed. "The measure of our success will be how well we can do that and still deliver quality ed- ucation." Mr. Foster said the universi- ties probably were more inter- ested in long-term budgeting be- cause enrolments may decline during the next four or five years. The province's three univer- sities have asked for a three- year operating budget plan in a joint proposal submitted to the government a month ago. IN MEMORIAMS KOWALSKI In loving mem- ory of Walter, beloved husband, father and grandfather, who passed away November Only one short year ago Still fresh in our hearts, And we '.J you so. remembered b y his wife Bernice, son Alex- ander and family. 1925 FIELD In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and father, Millard, who passed away November 11, 1970. Gone but not forgotten. remembered by his loving wife Mary and families. 1979 Friday, 17, 1f71 THI UTHMIDOE HtRAlD 27 Government cuts insurance costs HEART ANNIVERSARY Chories Pen-in Johnston, 58, ond hit wife, Margaret, tit in their Toronto home and reflect on the four years since Mr. Johnston's heort trans- plant. He received the heart of an 18-year-old accident victim in Toronto's second heart transplant operation on Nov. 16, 1968. Mr. Johnston continues to work. EDMONTON (CP) The Al- jerta government has managed ,o reduce the cost of insuring ts motor vehicles fleet despite .he fact the number of vehicles increased by more than a ,hird, the legislature was told Thursday. Provincial Treasurer Gordon Miniely provided information showing while the fleet in- creased to vehicles from within the last year, the cost of insurance dropped to from The reply answered questions by Grant Notley, the provincial New Democratic Party leader, who learned last week that principals in the five insurance ment coverage had close ties with Premier Peter Lougheed's party. Mr. Miniely said the five com- panies were chosen on the ba- sis of experience and compe- tence. He said the "entire area of government insurance has been poorly handled, was fragmented and the automobile fleet had not been properly rated for several years" a direct slap at the Social Credit administration up- set by the Conservatives 15 months ago. "It was obvious that a new approach to insurance was re- quired. Therefore, the five firms, who all were known to be experienced and competent and provided a good erofls-flec- ,ion of large and small firms, were asked to act as advisors on government insurance." The companies were asked to determine the most suitable and economic insurance cover- age for the government fleet, considering the possibility that the government might start In- suring its own fleet. This re- sulted in a contract which expired a week ago. It was renewed at a cost of 000. Housing project loan approved EDMONTON (CP) A hous- ing project for elderly people will be built fa Faust, with the aid of a Central Mort- gage and Housing Corp. loan, it was announced today. Dave Russell, minister of municipal affairs and chairman of the Alberta Housing Corp. board of directors, said the loan is for 50 years at an interest rate of 7% per cent. The loan covers 90 per cent of the project's estimated con- struction cost. The Alberta Housing Corp. will provide the remaining 10 per cent. Sentenced to dav Anglican Church, Monday i a a.m., Rev. A. McCuaig of-iciating. Interment fa (CP) Don Charters, 34, of Fredericton, Blood Band Cemetery. A wake service will be held fa St. Paul's Church, Sunday at p.m. Funeral arrangements hv EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Funeral service for William Stones, who diet November 11, 1972, was held fa the Trinity United Church, Fort Macleod, Tuesday, Novembe 14, 1972, at p.m. with been sentenced to a day fa jail and fined for dangerous driving in an accident fa which a woman died. In an Alberta Supreme Court hearing this week, he was officiating minister. from driving to in Union for three VIOLA Angelo Louis, passed away in Cardston on Mon day, November 13th 1972, at the age of 74 years, beloved bus >and of Cecelia Viola of Ray tnond. Funeral services will be held fa the Taylor Stake Chapel in Raymond on Saturday November 18th at 2 p.m. William Cox, Ray Gregory, Orin Lockard, Arnok Jordan, Dick Jackman are Pat Schnaar. Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Horn Ltd., Fort Macleod. McGLYNN Requiem pleaded guilty to dangerous driving in the July 15 accident near Aldersyde, just south of Calgary. Court was told a 40-year-old Kalona, Iowa, woman was killed in a two-car collision which occurred when Char-llers drove through a stop sign at Highway Bishop Dwavne Hall Ella Interment will follow in November 7, 1972. Temple Hill Cemeterv. in St. Michael's may meet the family and their respects from 1 p.m. Friday, November 10, France to the service in the Relief Fr. A French nun who ciety Room of the Church. celebrant. Interment a hospital nations may be made to the Cemetery. about in ordec to berta Heart Fund (1705 15th Clayton, Dallas, Fred staff buy presents S.) CHRISTENSEN McGlynn, Eldon them, given an 18- FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Wacher. Funeral suspended prison ectors of Funcra here. The nun was C5IJ5 Home Ltd., Pincher chief COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT -CITY OF PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. 20 Hour 5 PARK 6 Only) p.m. FRITZ Skalo 3-5 ICf p.m. p.m. CIVIC 1 5 NOTE: There will be no public ikntlnci at the Henderion Pork Ice Centre Friday, ber 17th, from to p.m., a previous booking New Dodge Standard Features. More give. Less take. Buying a new car? It's a tough decision to make. This one. That one. Two-door. Four-door. It's enough to boggle the mind. When you get right down to it though, it's really a question of 'does this car meet my needs, and is the price We think we can help take some of the hassle out of that big decision. Every '73 Dodge, big or small, has more of the features you want as standard equipment so you don't have to pay extra for them as options. Naturally, we've retained the features that have made Dodge famous for dependability over the years, like Unibody construction, Torsion-Bar Suspension, 7-stage rustproofing, etc. But here's what we've done for you in 1973. All '73 Dodge six and 8 cyl. engines have the revolutionary new Electronic Ignition System. No points. No condenser to replace. __ BUILDS IN THE SOLID You get better engine performance, reduced emissions and you save money come tuneup time. Front disc brakes are standard across the board too (except 6 cyl. On our full-sized Monaco and Polara's, as well as the above items, at no extra cost you get Chrysler-Quiet Ride, Torqueflite automatic trans- mission, power steering, new impact absorbing bumper systems, color-keyed carpeting and system with upper level ventilation. Pheww! To sum up. It doesn't really matter which new Dodge takes your fancy, the sub- compact Colt, compacts like Dart and Challenger, inter- mediates like the "Chrysler Quiet" Charger and Coronet, or the really big ones like More standard features, innovative engineering plus extra care in every detail, make us believe your new Dodge is the best Dodge we've ever built. Extra Care in Engineering... itmafces the difference. CHRYSLER Full-size care-17 models Challenger Sports compact-2 models Colt Mid-size cars-ID models Dodge Trucks ;