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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MW deaths, FUNERAL IN MEMORIAMS Cards Of 7LnL, Jn DEATHS 1UCYK Passed away in city en Tuesday, Novem- ber 23, 1971, Mr. George Lucyk at the age of 78 years of Leth- bridge Funeral arrangements Directors of Funeral ROEVER Passed away in Coaldale on Sunday, Novem- ber 21 1971, following a lengthy illness; Mrs. Justina Roever, at the age of 56 years, belovetJ wile of Mr. Gerhard Roever of Coaldale. The funeral service will be held on Friday at p.m., in the Pentecostal .aber- nacle, with Pastor W. J Gamble officiating. Intermenl will follow in Archmount Me modal Gardens. Friends mav pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL 812 3 Avenue S. phone 328- 23ei until noon on Friday. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C8734 COX Passed away in the on Monday, November 22, following a bnef illneES, luuvwuifi Mr. George Thomas Cox at the age of 80 years of 609 11 SL South beloved husband of the late Mrs. Greta Cox Born and educated in England the late Mr Cox noirjesteadcd in Ern- fold Sask. in 1910, later mov ing to IXhbridge where ha op- erated the Massey Harris deal- ership and was a building con- tractor. He later owned Ga Home Appliances and was we! known in set-era! other bus inesses, retiring as an Insur ance broker in 1969. He was a verv active member of the First Baptist Church and was a longtime Rotarian. The late Mr Cox was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and Le'hbridge Masonic Lodge No 39 (Scottish Rite 33rd degree. He is survived by one daughter Miss Joan Cox, Calgary; on son, Mr. R. J. Cox, Vancouver two' granddaughters, Rana an Stephanie Cox, of Vancouver Besides his loving wife, he was predeceased by three sister and one brother. The funera service will be held on Thurs day at p.m., in First Ba] list Church, with Rev. G. I Easter officiating. Interrnen will follow in Mountain Viet Cemetery. Friends may pa tlieir respects at Martin Bro TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 8! 3 Avenue S. phone 328-236 (Courtesy parking at the rea of the chapel.) MARTIN BRO LTD.. Directors of Funer Service. C873. DEATH OKUTAKE Tomomi To- nuraane passed away in the city on Tuesday, 23rd, 1971, at the age of 83 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Tsuru Okutake, of 1831 6 Ave. N. Mr. Okutake was born in Shuri City in Oki- nawa in 1888 and came to Can- ada in 1907, where he worked for the railroad in B.C. He came to Hardieville in 1911, where worked in the coal mines. He was a veteran of the First World War, where he served with the Canadian In- fantry in France from 1915 to 1918. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife, Tsuru, two daughters, Mrs. Roy (Pat) Sassa of Taber and Ester Okutake of Calgary; two andchildren as well as a rother and sister in Okinawa, ake Service will be held ir 2 Lethbridge Honpa Buddhisi mrrch (3611 Forestry Ave. S.) i Thursday, November 25th a p.m., with Rev. Leslie Ka amura officiating. Mermen ervice will be held at thf on Friday Morning a i a.m. and interment will fol ow in the Mountain View Cem tery CHRISTENSEN SALM N FUNERAL HOME LTD Directors of Funeral Service. C8732 FUNERAL YANOSIK Fiaeial service w Marc Andrew Clifford 'ano.sik, beloved son ol Mr. nd Mrs. Miclinel A. Yanosil; f Lethbridge who died sudden- y at the residence Sunday, S'ov 14, 1971, at the age of four ears, was teld at p.m. Thursday, Nov. 18, 1971, in Mar- in Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 3th St. N., with Rev. K. E. 5skdale officiating. Pallbear- ers were D'.vight Dcsllosiers, ticky Seres, Daniel L. Yanosik and Billy Orich. Inter- ment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Mr.rtin Bros. Ad., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. FUNERAL Detect fallout HONG KONG (Ki-uior) An unusually high level of rcdi.iac- livity has bsen fourd in dust drifting over Hong Kong which may bo fallcvi from China's lat- est nuclear test, a government NOTII.E Funeral scrvicf Mr.-. .lean Noble, beloved wife of Mr. Shirley F. Noble u Noble-ford who died suddenly jit Mexico Smxlay. Nov. was held at p.m. Friday, Nov. 19, 1971, in SouthminsUT United Church with A. Sianislav nnd Rev. Dr. V K. Ell'o'l officiating. Pallbearer.-; were Jack Knight, Arnold Lub- bers Jenne Nieboor, Ed San- derson, Wilfred Reed and Har- old Urvold. Interment in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Sen-ice, was in charge ol the arrangements. MASSON I would like to thank the doctor and staff of ih" St Michael's Intensive Care Unii, and all the staff of First Main for the excellent care I received while a patient in the I hospital. Thank you also to the friends relatives for their visits, cards and flowers. Masson. 3676 SITI'SO -I .C'TICf AiK'iiM Fnt'-o. vd i-r ill Ml.-. KrdiJU'i "I 11.1 I7lh Si. A Suilih died in tin- eily Tiiui- Nov. II. IK I. hrii-r illi.- :i'. IMC MI v. a- I'Md al W7I. in "ihrliii iiro.-. riiap-.'l v.'illl llev. W. F. Schoepii i I'l.lllK-'iirers were Dr. Lamunl Mai kin, flciildintr, Hoy .1'ihnFou. Tliad Ives. Bull Simmon.', and i Lamiski. InHTi-'-.eni in I he family plot in Mwinii-.in View Miir'.ii'. liro.-. Ltd.. ol "al S-rviei1, was in ebarfie Hie ;irriini'.i.- AI.MSON In loving mem- on- of my dear sister, KliKibeth, who pa.ssed XovorntKT W'l dear brother-in-law, Hob, passed away April 9, ism. Un-inr; memories n'.'Vi-r die, As years no vu draw in compliance mtli a UX resolution Israel has declined to do so since it was specifically asked iasi Februar.- by TN mediator WINS POETOY VniZE -it ggle "j MJ 1 f VP) Poet Sie- i passing a critical state on which the winner of i the future oi the whole Arab he Queen Elizabeth II nation depends for centuries to Gold Medal for poem-. come." Shazly said. Neon lights and advertising signs are banned and no ligh- i may be seen from outside o: above public and private sects: buildings. Headlamps on vt-h: i cles must be painted blue, light- ing on bridges, and gar I dens will be cut by half and i total blackout must be imposed i immediately on the sound of 1 air raid warning. FUNERALS MARTIN Funeral service or Mrs. Mabel Martin, native aughter of Crmstown, Que., vho died at Taber Friday, Nov. 9, 1971, at the age of 87 years, was held at 2 p.m. Monday, Nov 22, 1971, in the Knox Unit- ed Church, Taber, with Rev. Kenneth M o r ris officiating, 'allbearers were Roy Maier, 5avid Steele, James Heitman, Davis, Marvin Blaney and Michael Sakatch. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Guy 72, who played banjo and guitar in the Duke Ellington band for nearly 30 years, after he shot himself. Montreal-Colette Bedard, 31, editor-in-chief of the French-lan- guage weekly Nouvelles Illus- trees, of an undisclosed cause. 48 hour mortgage loan approvals can arrange immediate cnsh, up to 85% of your home -As much os as long as 15 years to repay cost group life insurance competitive interest rotes famous 48-hour approval service BOGUSKI Funeral service for Mrs. Anna Boguski, belov- ed wife of the late Adolf Bo- guski who died in the city Thursday, Nov. 18, 1971, at the age of 80 years, was held at 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 22, 1971, in the Christensen Chapel with Rev. James Chapman officiat- ing Pallbearers were grandsons Donald Bogusky, Frank Bo- gusky, Allen Snider, Leonard Vaselenak, Joseph Hranac and Melvin Nemcek. Interm c n t was in the family plot in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. KOWALSKI Requiem mass for Mr. WladUlaw (Wal- ter) Kowalski, beloved husband of Mrs. Brunislawa Kowalski of 1009 12th St. B N. who died to the city Wednesday, Nov. 17, 1971, after a brief illness at the Ege of 87 years, was said at a.m. Saturday, Nov. 20, 1971, in St. Basil's Roman Cath- olic Church with Rev. Gaston Marten the celebrant. Pall- bearers were Tony Szulc, Jo- seph Michalowsky, Walter Ciarny, Alphonsc Aksnowicz, Joe Fuhara and Waclaw; Orszanski. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Hour-tain View Cemetery'. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of arrangements. NASTIUK Funeral service for Nick (Nikolaj) Nastiuk. be- 1 loved husband of Mrs. Annie Nastiuk of 120 17th St. N. who died in the city Tuesday, Nov. 16, 1971, at the age of 67 years, was held Friday, Nov. 19. 1971. in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel with Rev. Bruce Field officiating. Pallbearers were i Steve and John Romaniuk, Mike Makarenko, Bill and Da- jvid Slemenko and Fred Bo- binec. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. HOMEPL3N 1ORTG3GES lock In your local directory for your nearest Traders branch office. ANDERSON Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Emily Lingard Anderson, beloved wife of the late Mr. Niels J. Anderson of. Lethbridge who died at Salt j Lake City, Utah, Thursday. Nov. 18, 1971, at the age of years, was held at 2 p.m. Mon- day, Nov. 22, 1971, in the 10th i Ave. LDS Chapel with Bishop j Clifford Peterson, Jr., official- j ing. Honorary pallbearers were Ivan and Gordon Lome Smith, Miles Russell, j Eric Lingard and Ernest Os- bornc. Active pallbearers were grandsons Bruce, Randy and Phillip Anderson, Vaughn Hun- s a c k e r, Harry Penncr and Vauglui Monroe. Interment was in the family plot in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral vService, was in charge of the arrange- ments. SIMPSONS -SEARS e Color TV Monthly Top-of-the-line 72 mode! color T.V. has 0 full 315 sq. In. viewing screen, the biggest picture tub- on the market to date. Automatic fleshtone control with the super-brite pic- ture tube that will give you o theatre-like picture every- time. 23 solid slate devices, transislori-ed means it cooler giving your longer lifa. The set has the b-st war- ranty for color T.V.'s on the market. Instant on, automatic fine tuning and memory fine tuning are also featured. High Sain tuner for fringe area reception. 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