Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
30 -THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD November 1973 In Memoriams I Cards Of Thanks DEATHS DEATHS' IN MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAMS O'BRAY Samuel passed away in Cardston on November 1973 at the age of 83 beloved husband of Irene O'Bray of Cardston. Funeral arrangements will be an' nounced when completed SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD directors of arrangements. C5655 NAESSENS Passed away at his suddenly Mr. Adelmus Alex of Lethbndge. Alta Born in Holland the late Mr Naessens came to Canada to Lethbridge m residing here since He is survived by a Ronald Calgary. The funeral service will be held on Monday 10-30 a m. in MARTIN BROS TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Ave with Mr. William Calderwood of- hciatmg. Cremation will iollow MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice C5653 SVAB Passed away on Thursday. November Mary aged 74 beloved .husband of Michal Svab of Creek. Bom in she married Michal in 1922 In 1936 she moved to Pmcher Creek to join her husband who moved here in and has resided in Pincher Creek until her death Besides her she is survived by one son Michal Jr. and one Mrs K of Pincher seven -two sisters in Czechoslovakia Predeceased by one daughter Veronica in 1924 The funeral service will be held in St Michael's Catholic Church. Monday at 10 30 a m Rev M Hagel officiating Interment in Fairview Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in Eden s Funeral Sun- day at 7 00 P M Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD Pincher Creek C5649 BEE AS Passed away at Bow Island on November of at the age of 55 years Born at Burdett November he received his education at the Balman School south of Burdett He served with the Canadian Army during the last World after which he farmed until 1968 At the time of his Mr Beers was employed with the SMRD at Bow Island. two brothers. B C two sisters. Mrs Jake KroeTter. Mrs Dan Van Foremost Funeral services wijl be conducted from St. Andrew's United Church in Bow Island on November 27 at 2 with Rev Oliver Hodge officiating. Interment will follow in Chapel Lawn Memorial Medicine Hat HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD.. are in charge of arrangements. STANKO Andrew passed away suddenly on November at the age of 54 beloved husband of Mrs. Rose Stanko of Lomond. Mr. Stanko was born in October 29lh. and received his education in the schools of the Lethbndge District He fann- ed with his father until he bought a farm of his own in the Lomond District in 1960. He was manager of the Shaughhessy Hotel from 1969 He loved to and each fall always went after game. He was a member of the Greek Catholic Church. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife. three Richard of Red Wesley of Calgary and Douglas at Home in Lomond His Mrs. Julia Stanko of one Mrs. Pauline Strickland of B C four brothers. John and Alex all of Lethbridge and Michael of Calgary. He was predeceased by his father in 1967 and a brother Steve in 1956. Requiem Mass will be said in the St. Peter and St. Paul Greek Catholic Church on November 20th at 11 A.M.. with Father R. Zuback as Celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in the Mount Calvary section of the Moun- tain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel -10St. Sun- day evening at 7 p.m. Courtesy parking on the south side 'of the Chapel. CHRISTENSEN SALMON K1INEHAL HOME of Funeral Service C5656 PENNINGTON -Passed away in Calgary on November following a brief Mrs Olga Pen- at the age of 51 beloved wife of Mr. Norman Pennington of 1611 12th Ave. N. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. are directors of the funeral service. CS6S1 BLAIR passed away at her residence in Pic- ture on November at the age of 39 beloved wife of Gerald Blair of Picture Butte Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD directors of funeral arrangements. C5654 CHOW QUAN SOON Passed away in the city after a lengthy Mr. Chow Quan Soon at the 'age of 81 years of 310 2nd Avenue South Born and raised in the late Mr. Chow came to Canada in the early 1900's to Southern Alberta and in 1924 he moved to where has resided until his passing The late Mr. Chow is survived by one son in China and three grandchildren. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday. November at 3 00 P M. in Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812. Avenue with Rev Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the Chinese Section of Mountain View Cemetery MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of the Funeral Service. C5652 IN MEMORIAMS MERCER In loving memory of a dear father and Ernest who passed away November 25. 1972 remembered and sadly missed by Kay and Tyler 4657 HILLMER In loving meTiory of Lloyd W. who passed away November 1972 There's an empty ache in our hearts today There's a vacant spot in our home There's only silence where a voice once spoke Since our son has gone away We watched him grow from a wee small lad We laughed with him every aay We were proud when he stood so tall and straight And so good in every way. We have no doubt that God knows why He went away so soon And He will grant us the needed strength To carry on alone We know we'll meet him by and by What a grand reunion then God loaned him to us for a while And then He called him home. Written by Mom missed and forever remembered brothers and sisters 4606 HILLMER In loving memory of a dear Lloyd who passed away November 1972. Should you go first and I re- main To walk the road I'll live in memory's gar- With happy days we've known. In spring I'll wait for roses When the lilacs In early fall when brown leaves fall I'll catch a glimpse of you. Should you go first and I re- main For battles to be Each thing you've touched along the way Will be a hallowed spot. I'll hear your I'll see your Though blindly I may The memory of your helping hand Will buoy me on with hope. Should you go first and I One thing I'll have you Walk slowly down that long For soon I'll follow you. I want to know each step you So I may take the For someday down that lonely road You'll hear me call your name. loved and sadly mis- Sadie. 4KB STEVENSON In loving memory of a dear mother and Reva who passed away in 1968. Resting where no shadows In perfect peace she awaits us all. remernbered by all her family 4612 MERCER In loving memory of a dear who passed away November You left us so No one really knows In our hearts You will live Because we loved you so missed by brother Nellie and families 4608 HANDEREK In loving memory of a dear father and Paul who passed away November 1970. We who loved you sadly miss you As it dawns another In our lonely hours of Thoughts of you are ever near. missed and ever remembered by his fami- ly 4614 V- YANCIE In loving memory of a dear grandfather and great- George who passed away on November 1973. Days of sadness still come o'er us Tears in silence often flow. For memories keep you ever near us Thought you left us one year ago remembered and sadly missed by his loving wife and family 4613 MERCER In loving memory of a dear who passed away November 1972. They say that time will ease the and help me to But time so far has only how much I miss you yet I miss your your your the things you used to the happy times we but mostly I miss you. remembered and sadly missed b'y his wife Marion 4610 MERCER In memory of a dear dad and Ernie who passed away November 1972. They say that time will ease the and help us to But time so far has only how much we miss you We miss your your your the things you used to We miss the happy times we but mostly we miss you remembered by Marion and Michele and Connie and Ryan 4609 BERESNAK In loving memory of a dear mother and Jessie who passed away November 1969 A wonderful mother has gone to For each of us she did her best. Her place on no one can We miss you mom and always will. remembered and sadly missed by her Jeanette and usan. Aaron and Jessie Gave 4636 BERESNAK In loving memory of a dear mother and who passed away November 1969. It Is sad to walk the road alone instead of side by side. To all there comes a mo- ment when the way of life divides. You gave me years of hap- then came sorrow and tears. But you left me beautiful I'll treasure through the years. remembered and sadly missed by her hus- band Charlie and family HILLMER In loving memory of a dear Lloyd who passed away November 1972 And while he lies in peaceful His memory I will always keep remembered and sadly missed by Grandma Hillmer 4604 VANDER HEIDE In lov- ing memory of a dear father and who passed away November 1970. Like falling leaves the years pass by But love and memories never Precious forever are memories of tomorrow and all life through. by his Beth and Shaun 4607 ALLISON In loving memory of my. dear sister passed away November dear brother-in-law passed away April 1966. Nothing but memories as we journey Looking for a smile from a face that is But we keep in our memory the love of the past For deep in our hearts it was planted to last. missed by sister Georgina Stewart and family 4605 CARDS OF THANKS MACHACEK We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to the friends and relatives for the floral mass cards and sym- pathy cards we received dur- ing our sad bereavement in our.loss of a mother and grandmother Also thanks to the doctors and staff of the Picture Butte hospital for the care and kindness A special thanks to Father Vornbrock for his comforting service and Father after organist Remo for the beautiful nymns he Martin Bros for their ser- vices. Your kindness and sym- pathy is deeply appreciated and will always be remembered Macnacek Family 4656 URANO The family of the late Mrs Haru Urano are most grateful to Rev. Y Izumi and 'Mr G relatives and all the kind friends and organizations who helped in so many ways dur- ing our recent sad to those who sent gifts of food and visits Also special thanks to the pallbearers Messrs M B. A H. W. K. C Moriyama and to Christensen Salmon Funeral Directors. Your kindness will always be remembered Urano -H. Urano Nagata Hase Moriyama families 4619 THE COALDALE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL WOMEN'S AUXILIARY wish to thank everyone who helped in making the recent Fall Bazaar and raffle an outstanding success As a result of the support received a total of was realiz- ed by the Auxiliary in the event. Prize winners were 1. a quilt won by Mrs. Gerd 2. a lamp won by Mrs. Betty 3. crochet dresser set won by Mrs. John Gossen Door prize Mrs. George Peck. A special thanks to the following merchants for their donations Harry's Auto Abe's Gulf Ser- vice. Ventura Hotel Coffee Steve's Meat Handley Auction and Enterprises Southern Alberta Marten's CoakJale Meat Market. Mex- ican Ober's Bulk Economy Tom Coaldale Lacombe Coaldale Cheese Hellmuth Bjll McGillivray and Coaldale Lumber Products Ltd. The auxiliary is grateful to Centre Village Lethbridge for allowing the ticket sales Thanks to the stores who had the raffle articles on display. A hearty thank you to the community in general for their generous all members of the auxiliary and everyone for their assistance. 4635 CARDS OF THANKS BURGER Many thanks to nurses and staff of the Fort Municipal Hospital for the wonderful care given me while a patient there. Also thanks to relatives and friends for cards and flowers Burger 4615 O.O.R.P. We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to everyone who made our an- nual fall tea and bazaar a most successful one. Your donations of food and articles were much appreciated. -ORDER OF THE ROYAL LETHBRIDGE LODGE NO 32 C5633 TENNANT The family of the late Mrs Eliza M. Ten- nant wishes to express a special word of thanks to Mr and Mrs John Paskuski and all the staff of the Edith Cavell Nursing Home for the thoughtful and attentive care given to their mother over the long period of time she spent in the Home Their tender lov- ing care was much appreciated by the family Tennant family 4617 MURAKAMI We wish to express our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to our many friends and relatives for the floral cards of sym- personal and phone calls and food received during our sad bereavement Special thanks to the Coaldale doc- members of the Coaldale Buddhist Church and Edith Cavell Nursing Home staff for the care and kindness given our father and grandfather family 4634 Retarded children on move EDMONTON A million program to renovate the provincial facility for retarded children at Red Deer will mean the transfer of 90 mentally retarded children and young adults to accom- modation in Calgary and Ed- monton. Health Minister Neil Crawford said Friday. Mr. Crawford said 40 per- sons from the Alberta School Hospital at Red Deer will be lodged in an apartment building in Edmonton with the other 50 being moved to the Baker Sanatorium in Calgary He said it is estimated the operation of the apartment and sanatorim will cost 000 a but the moves are necessary to -facilitaie renovations to the Red Deer hospital He said the transfer will reduce crowding in Red Deer and is a star.t on the government's policy to have the youngsters located closer to their home communities. CORRECTION The following Item which ap- peared on page 6 of our Pre- Values Flyer included in Wed Nov 21 Lethbridge Herald should have read aa follows GILBERTS POTTERY 14. CARDS OF THANKS HARRIS My heartfelt thanks to the doctors and staff of the Calgary Foothills hospital for their excellent care and to my family and friends for their many acts of love and concern for me while a patient there My joins me in this message of love and thankfulness Harrison 4616 TENNANT The family of the late Mrs Eliza M Ten- nant wishes to express their sincere appreciation to all those who assisted in any way during their recent bereavement Especially they wish to thank Father the C.W those who sent spiritual flowers and cards and the many other expressions of sympathy Tennant family 4618 Exhibit explained Mme. Marcel wife of the Cana- dian Ambassador to the shows Mrs. William P. wife of the former U S. Secretary of the Canadian exhibit at the YWCA International fair in Washington this week The booth raised for the benefit of YWCA work around the world. Watergate probe costs million WASHINGTON The United States government has appropriated 8 million sojar to investigate the Watergate po- litical espionage scandal and may spend twice that Government officials told The Associated Press the true costs of the investigation are impossible to estimate'accurately. But some costs are known The Senate Watergate committee has spent most of its million and may seek more The special prosecutor's with its staff of has an appropriated budget of 8 million to carry it through until July The judiciary committee of the House of Representatives last week received a appropriation for its preliminary in- quiry into the possible impeachment of President but hasn't begun spending the money yet Other including for extra White House lawyers and an estimated or more to pay Watergate grand jurors and run the price tag higher. Trani-Caniii Tilephom Syxtim about a DIAL DIRECT FOR TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA Saturday midnight to Monday 6 a.m'. 3 Long Distance is a great way to travel. Especially on when half a buck is the most you need to pay for the first three minutes to dial any other point in Alberta. At that rate you don't need a special reason to call Long Distance. Someone would like to hear from you. So go This and every Sunday. How to get this special Sunday saving If you live in a Direct Distance Dialing dial your own call. If you live in a non-Direct Distance Dialing place your call station to station. Special rate does not apply on person to third party time and pay phone or credit card calls.