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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 LETHBRIDGE November 20, 1974 DEATHS DEATHS DEATH ADAMS Lemuel Merrill, beloved husband of Mrs An- nie Adams of Raymond pass- ed away at Raymond on Mon- day, November 18th, at the age ot 76 years. Funeral services will be held in the Raymond '3rd Ward L.D S. Chapel on Thursday, Nov. 21, at 2 00 p.m.. Bishop Don Steed officiating. Friends may meet the family at the church from 1 00 p rn. until service time If desired, donations may be made to the Respiratory Diseases, c, o Raymond Clinic or The Raymond Hospital Interment will follow in The Temple Hill Cemetery CHR1STENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd Directors of Funeral Service. C4451 MILLVVARD Passed away in the city on Monday, November 18, 1974, following a brief illness, Mr Frank Vic- tor Miliward at the age of 70 years, beloved husband of Mrs Dorothy Miliward of Monarch Born in England, the late Mr. Miliward came to Canada in 1907 with his family to Winnipeg. In 1927 he moved to Monarch where he had resided until his passing. He was employed with the C P R for twenty three years, retir- ing in 1969 Besides his loving wife he is also survived by three sons. Mr Trevor Miliward of Magrath, Mr Donald Miliward of Spruce Grove, Mr Ronald Miliward of Coaldale; nine grandchildren, four sisters, Mrs P. (May Bruce and Mrs Ivy Lloyd both of Vancouver, B.C Mrs. F. (Jessie) Postowoski and Mrs R. (Con- nie) Cook both of Detroit, Michigan, four brothers, Mr. John Miliward and Mr Bill Miliward both of Winnipeg. Man.. Mr. Richard Miliward of Vancouver. B.C., Mr. Russell Miliward of Detroit. Michigan. The funeral service will be held at 1-00 p m. on Friday. November 22, 1974. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N., with Mr. William C. Thwing officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Archmount Memorial Gardens MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C4454 THUNDKR Passed away in the city on Monday, November 18, 1974, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Florence Thunder at the age of years of 1001 2nd Ave S. The funeral service will be held at 10.30 a.m on Thurs- day, November 21. 1974 in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Father Bruce Field officiating. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary sec- tion Mountain View Cemetery MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service C4456 GOODSTRIKER Passed away on Sunday, November 17th, Shaun Kelsey Goodstriker, age seven weeks, beloved son of Homer Young Pine and Lorraine Goodstriker and grandson of Mr and Mrs. Rufus Goodstriker and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Young Pine of the Blood Reserve. The funeral service was held in St. Mary's Church Blood Reserve, Wednesday (today) at a.m., Rev J. Regnier officiating. Inter- ment in the Blood Band Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod C4449 CARD OF THANKS BYE We wish to extend our special thanks to our fami- ly who honored us with the lovely celebration for our 50th Wedding Anniversary. Also Brother Clarence and Sister In Law Belle who helped with the arrangements. Relatives and friends who attended Leonard Halmrast for being our master of ceremony, for alMhose who took part in the programme Those who sent flowers, gifts, cards and money received. The help in the kitchen and everyone who helped that day in the hall. Thanks to everyone that came and made a day of happiness for us to en- joy and remember and Irene Bve 5911 WATMOUGH Passed away in Fort Macleod on Tuesday. November 19, 1974, following a brief illness. Mr. Edward Watmough at the age of 77 years, beloved husband ot Mrs A. Evelyn Watmough of Fort Macleod. Born in Wigan, Lancashire. England, the late Mr Wat- mough came to Canada as an infant with his parents in 1900, u, Lethbridge where he was educated He served overseas in Russia during World War I and in Kananaskas during World War II In 1942 he moved to Pearce where he farmed until retiring to Fort Macleod in 1964 He was a life member ot the Royal Cana- dian Legion Macleod. and a member of the Lethbridge Pemmican Club. Besides his loving wife he is also survived by three sons. Mr. Charles Watmough of Ed- monton. Mr Gordon Wat- mough and Mr Les Wat- mough both of Terrace. B C. one daughter. Mrs. E. (Hazel) Ober of Lethbridge: twelve grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs. Ivy Hurrell of Mayorthorpe. Mrs A (Edna) Duncan of Coalhurst. Mrs. J. (Harriett) Wedhorn of Weyburn. Sask.. five brothers. Mr James Wat- mough of Fort Macleod, Mr. Thomas Watmough of Trail, B.C.. Mr. George Watmough of Port Coquittlam, B.C.. Mr. Oliver Watmough and Mr Charles Watmough both of Lethbridge. He was predeceased by one daughter, Marian, in 1972, also by two sisters The funeral service will be held at 1 00 p m on Thursday. November 21.1974, in Martin Bros MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St N with Rev R. A. Hunt of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361. C4453 NO MEALS EN ROUTE Before salmon leave salt water, they store up oils and fats for the journey to the spawning grounds, during which they do not eat IN MEMORIAM LARSON In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Ross Larson, who passed away November 19, 1967. He gave us love in fullest measure, Care, devotion, memories to treasure. He shared our hopes, joys and tears, God bless you Ross for those precious years Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his wife Lucille and family. 5912 CARDS OF THANKS HOULT We would like to express our sincere thanks to the many friends and acquan- tances for the cards, gifts and expressions of sympathy dur- ing our recent bereavement. A special thanks to the doc- tors and staff of the Municipal Hospital for their many courtesies and kindnesses and for the Southminster United Church Choir for the recep- tion. families 5966 Newfoundland hit by cost hike OTTAWA (CP) Rising consumer prices hit St. John's, Nfld., hardest of the 14 cities surveyed by Statistics Canada during October while Ottawa, possibly with a nudge from the food prices review board, suffered the least. The cost of living increased 1.5 per cent in St. John's com- pared with Ottawa's four- tenths of one per cent, the government agency said Tues- day in its regular monthly report. What the report does not say is that during October the food prices review board was doing a survey of the comparative prices of cluding Hull, Que. and sur- rounding chain prices and publishing them on a regular basis. This resulted in several downward price shifts by some food chain companies publicly noted to be charging com- pantively higher prices. At the end of October, when the spot checks were termi- nated, board chairman Beryl KOVACS Many thanks for the excellent care given me during my stay in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, especially to my doctor and the nurses on Se- cond Floor. Also thank you for the lovely flowers, cards and visits from friends and relatives A special thanks also to Ketty Elkjar. Shannon Anderson and Phyllis Hutchinson who shared hospital experiences. X639 The Milk River Branch of the L.D.S. Church extend sincere thanks to everyone who contributed in any way to the success of the Fall Bazaar and food held Nov. 15. Thanks to the Senior Citizens Society for the use of Heritage Hall, to all who patronized the sale, those who donated food and bazaar items, to the ladies who spent so many hours in preparation and to the men who helped prepare the hall and assisted with the sale. 5910 CARDS OF THANKS UNGER I wish to extend thanks to the doctors, nurses, staff, of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. To my relatives, friends, for flowers, gifts, cards, and many visits. Thank you all. P. Unger 5944 FIELDS I would like to thank Carl Wolkowycki for his help and the fire department including Len Bailey, Don Douglas, Hal Munroe, Tom Blair and Ed Neufeld for their fast response. My thanks. -K. C. Fields, Granum Cafe 5920 LANG I wish to express my sincere thanks to the doc- tors and nursing staff of- Municipal Hospital for the care I received during my re- cent illness. Also to my family, relatives and friends for their many acts of kindness, for flowers, cards, gifts and visits. Sincerely Lang 5945 Plumptre said similar surveys were being considered for other centres across the country. Most cities in the October Statistics Canada report had lower prices for beef and fresh produce than in September, but dairy and cereal products, processed fruit and vegetables were higher Clothing costs were higher in all cities. Except for Halifax, all cities had higher expenses for housing and for recreation and education. HEALTH COSTS UP Higher dentists' fees drove health costs up, while tobacco costs were generally higher and alcoholic beverages cost more in Alberta and B.C. cities. Following are the price in- creases by city during Oc- tober for all goods and for the major index com- housing and clothing: St. John's, Nfld.: all items, 1.5 per cent; food 3.8 per cent; housing two-tenths of one per cent; clothing 1.1 per cent. Halifax: all items, four- tenths of one per cent; food 2.4 per cent, housing down 1.4 per cent: clothing eight-tenths of one per cent. Saint John, N.B.: all items, nine-tenths of one per cent, food 1.7 per cent: housing two- tenths of one per cent; clothing 1.3 per cent. Quebec City: all items, nine-tenths of one per cent; food .5 per cent, housing seven-tenths of one per cent; clothing 1.6 per cent. Montreal: all items, one per cent: food .8 per cent; housing five-tenths of one per cent; clothing one per cent. Ottawa: all items, four- tenths of one per cent; food down three-tenths of one per cent; housing 1.1 per cent; clothing 1.1 per cent. Toronto: all items, nine- tenths of one per cent; food one per cent; housing 1.1 per cent; clothing five-tenths of one per cent. Thunder Bay, Ont.: all items, seven-tenths of one per cent: food one-tenth of one per cent; housing 1.1 per cent; clothing 1.3 per cent. Vanta's Economy Meats 904-7th Ave. S. Phone 329-4545 GROCERIES at WILSON'S NEXT DOOR and VANTA'S RANCHLAND MEATS Fred's Bakvry Next Door WESTMINSTER SHOPPING PIAZA Phong 3Z8-0637 I 5000 POUNDS LEAN GROUND BEEF FOR YOU! I Go this week with your freezer beel experts Cut. wrapped and sharp quick frozen beef Canada government inspected grade A1. 2 3. 4 and B1 Price unpredictable on account of the fluctuating market However your staff at Vanla's will be able to supply and serve you with those specials below FRESH CUT COUNTER SERVICE ANY HOUR OF THE DAY 1. Beef Sausage, frozen............... 3 ibs. 19B 2. Fresh Ground Beef (limit 20 IDS.) .......3 IDS. 3. Gainers Wieners naturally smoked ......3 1" 4. Country Cut Spare Ribs............. 3 ibs. 1" 5. Bacon Ends ......................3 ibs. 1" 6. Chuck Steaks Lb....................... 7. Chuck Roasts Lb........................ 8. Round Bone Roast Lb..................... 75C 9. Beef Patties (limit 20 Ibs.) Lb............... 10. Cross Rib Roasts Lb Fresh counter service is very important to you Vanta's has eleven clerks to serve you Your prices at Vanta's are low. low. low" Join your friends, ask them They know where to buy and so will you HAMBURGER or EXTRA LEAN GROUND BEEF limit to 20 Ibi.) 3 IDS. 1" No Chirge On Soup Bones Ont Soup Bona Per Customer No coupons to clip No gimmicks to fool around with, no give-aways Just plain olden days priced values For safe meats and low prices take your adVANTAge at Vanta's meats HAMBURGER or EXTRA LEAN GROUND (limit lo 20 Ibi.) Ibs. 1" 11. Bologna Piece only ___ Ib. 790 12. Chicken Loaf, fresh slices 6 oz 390 13. B.B.Q. Loaf, fresh, slices 6 oz 14. Vienna Loaf, fresh sliced 6 oz 590 15. Pork Bacon Loaf, fresh sliced 6 590 16. Ox Tongue ib. 990 17. Baby Beef Liver ib. 990 18. Beef Hearts ib. 990 19. Fresh Side Pork ib. 990 20. Fresh Stew Beef Ib. 990 21. Fowl "Fresh Soup Chickens" ib. 390 22. Ox Tail 'Good for Soup' ib. 490 23. Brisket as is Lean ib. 490 24. Short Ribs Lean ib. 490 25. Rendered lard Ib. 490 26. Gr. A Sides of Beef 1.05 27. Gr. A Front of Beef Ib. 890 28. Gr. A Hind of Beef ib. 1.39 29. Small Sides of Pork ib. 890 30. Heavy Sides of Pork ib. 750 HAMBURGER or I {20 pound 3 Ibs. Inexpensive, good adVANTAgeous prices at Vanta's Meats. 11TH ELECTROHOME J GORDON BOWDEN t 4 CONTINUES We at Tomorrow's Furniture are celebrating our 11th Anniversary and we extend an invitation to you to come down and take part in some of the greatest price savings ever offered on brand name furniture. ROY BRUMMOND TED ANDERSON V.I.P. AMBERLEY V.I.P. ATLAS mmm A DOUG THOMAS T EVERY ITEM IN OUR ENTIRE STORE IS SALE PRICED! J WESTMINSTER Hundreds of Bedroom Suites, Chesterfield Suites, Chairs, Lamps and Pictures to choose from r Your F u f u r 5 n j O -n s ARLINGTON Open Thursday and Friday Evenings till 9 p.m. N FURNITURE LTD 1254.3rd Ave. South Phone 328-4133 V ;