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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Mil fl BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WESTERN CANADA'S LARGEST RENT- A. CAR FIRM Monday, Novnmhor 30, 1978 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams BIRTH DEATHS SPARE TIME EARNINGS IN MEMORIAM wrs'WOOl) I would like to thank all the stuff Nursing, diet, physiotherapy, etc., for the care and kindness 1 received while a patient ill tlie Lethbridge .Municipal Hospital; also m y doctors for their treatment ;md concern. Special thanks to our pastor, Hev. and Mrs. L. D. Ilaiikinson and everyone for visits, cards, flowers and other gifts My sincere appreciation. A. Wimvood. 424 Plans outlined for new church 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS MONEY TO LEND FAST, COURTEOUS EMERGEfMC LOAN SERVICE BRING YOUR MONEY Requirements to us. We'll hardie ip quickly, gflkienhy and directly, r approval for the maximum in rci page financing, and consolidation loc We can help" you a expand a business. Group Lite In: artce available. Call Niagara people with The no nonsense appro ro money. THE NIAGARA COMPANIES 1, m, 7th St. S. 327-3545 75 CONTRACTS BORGE RAVEN 7329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus raorr-s, re- modelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C6319-M DEATHS Mil fcXDT Passed away in Coaldale following a brief illness. 011 Saturday, Novem- ber 28. 1070, John J., ai the utfe of Hi vefirx. beloved hus- band of Mrs- Neufelcit of Coaldale, The service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday, December 1st, 1970 hi the M e n n o tii t e Conference Church at Coaldale, with Rev. P, Rctzlaff officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Coal- dale cemetery. Martin Bros, Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, C1384 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson snd Sorenson Construction, 1020 7fh Ave. 5. Phana FRED STEiNER CEMENT WORK, old basements .dug- water proofing. In- ured, frsa Estimates. Phons 327-3286. CUSTOM fRAMING TO ALL TYPES OF BLHLDJNGS. RENOVATIONS, AND RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 333- BS72 'OR 327-323.J, PUBLIC NOTICE! crK; TRUCK HAULING FOR BRIDGE WORK ON AS REQUIRED BASIS Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Qtiice o! the Chief Bridge Engineer, Highways Building. Edmonton; Office of the District En- gineer, Administration Building, Leth- bridge; and Office of the District En- gineer, Highways Buiidtr.g, Calgary and will ba available oniy to individu- als domiciled and operating in the Province of Alberla, or to partner- ships K corporation! registered and operating in and who have established fixed place cf business in the Prov- ince of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty- Plvt .Dollars (525.001 be required lor copy of Contract and Specifi- cations taken. Eacn bid must be ac- companied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 107> of t e n d er Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any tender not necessarily Accepted. L. H. MCMANUS DEPUTY .MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Sunday. Novem- ber 29. 1970. Mi'. Francis Nich- olas Becker, aged ta Vulcan. Born at Form o: a. tario. came to Slavery and to Lomond district 1924, where lie farmed, lie had resided in Vulcan since 19-18. He is sur- vived by one .sister, ?Jrs. Carrie Meyer, Ontario; two brothers. Arnold Becker, Vul- can and Michael Becker. On- tario: several nieces arid ne- phews. Predeceased by his wife. Marguerite. 1B44. Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Andrew's C h u r c h. Vulcan, Tuesday, a.m. Visitation at the'funeral parlor Monday p.m. (tonight) and Tuesday from to a.m. Inter- ment Vulcan Cemetery, Vulcan Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements. AMATl'O Nancy (G-aleoti. of Blairmore. passed away in St Vincent's Hospital, Pincher Creek, Saturday, November 28, 1970, at age 57 years. She was born in Blah-more, August 19, 1913 and has been a resident there since. She married Joseph Arnatto in Blairmore. February 1935. She was a member ol the CORP. Blairmore and the Catholic Faith. She was pred- ceased by her father Joseph Galeoti. January 1961 and by ons sister. Mrs. Violet Vasek, March 1962, both in Blairmore. Survivors include her husband Joseph, one son Michael and a daughter, Mrs, M. (Frances) Kiiryluk. her mother Anna, one sister Mrs. N. (Millie) Johnson and five grandchildren, all of Blairmore. Prayers will be said to St. Anne's Catholic Church. Blairmore, Tues- dav evening p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated, St. Anne's Catholic Church. Blair- more. a.m. Wednesday, December 2. Interment to fol- low. Blairmore Catholic Cem- etery. In lieu of flowers, dona- tions may be sent to the Dr. E. Aiello Memorial Fund, care of Crowsnest Pass Hospital marking donations "In mem- ory of the late Nancy Amatlo." Fantin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. CIS80 HKNIWY Wilby, passed away in Cardstoii on Sunday, November 29, 1970. at the age of 71 years. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when j completed. Christensen Funeral Home Ltd., in charge; of funeral arrangements. CI382; OI.Kit Allan IxsRuy, pass-: ed away in the city on Satur-; day, November 28. 1970, al the age' of 60 years, beloved bus- i band of Mrs. Doris Oier, ofj 1241 4 Ave. .N. Funeral ar-j rangeiiienis will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., in j charge of funeral arrange-1 roenls. CI3S1' Fil.GAS Passed away oni Thursday, November 26, 1970, i John Lawrence, of Taber, a 11 the age of 75 years. Prayers will be said in St. Augustine's i Roman Catholic Church, Taber on Monday (tonight) Novem-j [her 30, at p.m. Funeral; i services will be held in St. I i Augustine's "Roman Catholic I Church on Tuesday, December jj, ai a.m., with Rev. 1 Father Burke Hoschka cele- j brant. Interment will follow in 1 the Taber Memorial Garden. In j lieu of flowers, donations lo the 1 Heart Fund, in care of Hum- Iphries Funeral Home, Taber 1 appreciated. Humphries Funer- I al Home, Taber in charge of arrangements. 01.176 Cross search continues minus clue MONTREAL (CP) The search for James (Jasper) Cross. 1 h e kidnapped British diplomat, enters its ninth week today without a clue to his whereabouts. Operation Laurentians. an in- tensive police and army search for clues (o the Oct. 5 kidnap- ping, is continuing but on a lesser scale than when it was launched a week ago. The operation, is based in the Laurentian area north of Mont- real. A provincial police spokesman said Sunday 'there is "nothing new to report." Meanwhile, an inquest re- sumes Tuesday into the Oct. 17 murder of Pierre L a p o r t e, Quebec's labor minister kid- napped Oct. 10. Both he and Mr. Cross were kidnapped by the Front de Lib- eration clu Quebec. Mr. Cross is believed still alive and in the hands of the FLQ. TORONTO (CP) An or- dained ministry of presbyters and deacons is envis- aged for the thai some day may replace lire Anglican I Church of Cajvda the United Church of Canada. The church would be organ- ised into pastoral dis- Iricts and regions with a na- tional assembly s> preme legislative body No name yet hAr bet -t recom- mended for thd urupo.1- xl new church. Thai wil! cor.ie late today when die general .ommis- sion on cb'trch union on a dozen suggestions beiOi. it. The outlines of the tructure of the ne v clnrch v :.ve given today in draft of proposed const.'1 uiion at up >y a spe- cial commission. reco.n- mfndatioiis will included in th.: preliminary I.Y 'i .if a pro- po of iiich the gei c: al commissi i' studying. Valks on or-g...-' an of the l.vo ha t under way since 19411. Each has total constituencies of members and adherents of about 2.5 million hut exact figures arc difficult to define. In the lillil census, more than six million persons pro- fesscd lo attend one or the oiher church. A third participant in Ihe negotiations is UK mcmber Christian Church (Dis- ciples of MEMBERSHIP BY FAITH M e m h e r s h i p hi the new church would be by faith and baptism, as at present, the spe- cial commission proposed. The sacrament of baptism would he administered to those who have made a personal com- mitment of faith, or lo children presented by their parents. This would be followed "at an age of accountability" by confirmation and reaffirmation of baptismal vows made on the children's be- half. The ordained ministry would be open to both men and women. Tlw Anglican Church does not have women priests: the United Church has ordained women as ministers. Bishops would be elected through procedures determined by the national assembly and would be the principal ministers of ordination. The pastoral zone would be the basic unit of the church at file local level, consisting of a number of congregations, pis- trick, each headed by a bishop, would supervise pastoral zones and would come under regions, EDMONTON (CP> City j of which initially there would be police today warned that a 16. i counterfeit ring is expected lo j begindislributing rallies SI million worth j Japanese rallies bogus "anada Savings Counterfeit [ring ready operate Each region would elccl. n president for a two-year term and each would have a regional synod. Each regional synod would elect two bishops to tlw national assembly. Tremendous jbooin seen TORONTO (CP) The chair- man of the Economic Council of Canada says that despite current business doldrums, Can- ada stands on the threshold of a tremendous boom during the Arthur Smith told a confer- ence on trade here that "with' luck and good management" the nation "can double real out- put and income" during the next 15 years. But this growth, Mr. Smith said, could only be achieved if Canadians continue to exploit their "huge economic and social laul Ronds on lh? frames soon, i.-speclor i.. W. LcFcuvre of Rr-jt.'.A >'C'1) John Wyni'5, X of .vis charf.x hei non-c'.pitai mun.e. in tin de-ill tf nis 30- year-oh city i. said body was n with rugs in t.-cir ru- said jit appeared sve w. s vuo.. strrjtion Co. of Fowler Cyen, itake in international trade.' j He warned that Canada could j be averted from this growth by I unbridled economic nationalism TOKYO (AP) Crowds es- i and by trends towards protec- tionist policies among major trading nations. protest pollution 800'OCO rallied in 150 cities throughout Japan, demanding j effective government action to! Typhoon toll 222 clean up air and water pollu-! Uon. The rallies, one of which i Alta., jto Tokyo's Yoyogi Park, were y d Tiffany's Jewcllei in New j sponsored by the General York City are expected to of Trade Unions and rorged and passed. _.... ........_.., MANILA (Renter) The brought about persons! death loll from typhoon Patsy, I which hit Manila and nearby provinces two weeks ago, now stands at 222. the Philippines Red Cross announced Sunday. I other organizations. 1 A. j m Tretty together or apart whip up this twosome nuw! INSTANT outfit for winter, all seasons. Crochet shell-stileh skirt and long, lacy vest of knit- ting worsted or fluffv .synlhfMe. Pattern sizes '1-n in- cluded. BKGALLI Passed away in the city on Friday. Novem- ber 27, 1970, Albert Stephen, al the age of 57 years, beloved husband of Mrs.' Anne Begalli of 271 2 Ave. Hardieville. Born, raised and educaied in bridge, he was a return vet- eran of the Second World War. having served with the Cal- gary Highlanders from 1W2- Ts-lli. Since that time he has a well known meal cut- ter by trade and has worked for a number of well-known meat markets in the city and from owned ;md op- erated his own store, svhich be- came well known as AFs .Meat .Market on n Street North. In he retired due to ill health after, having been a caretaker for a short while in the Pro- vincial Government Building. Surviving Mr, Begalli besides bis loving wife are Hvo sisters. Mrs, (i. Mary) Larko of Leth- bridge and Mrs, II. H. (Ann) Cutbbert of Calgary: two brothers. John of AKron. Ohio and Mike of Blirnaby, B.C. Ht- was predeceased by two sis- ters. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m.. Tues- day. Dec-ember 1st. 1970 at S! Basil's Catholic Church witb Kcv. Father Burns officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary .swiion of M o u n t a s n View Ceimlei-y. I'ravers will said at 'i.'M p.m. mi Monday Mcmighl' in St. Hiisii'.s Catholic r'mireh lends may pay ibeir respeeis ihc Mi-mona! pd. St. North. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society rare of Vfi Canwin Tru.-l Building. Bros. Ltd., Directors of FUNERALS J PACK Funeral service for] I Lambert Henon Pack, beloved j i husband of Mrs. Beatrice Pack j i of 1006 32nd St. S. who died j suddenly in the city Tuesday, j Nov. 24, 1979, at the age of 63 j I years, was held at 2 p.m. Fri-; day, Nov. 27, 1970, in the Chris- j tensen Chapel with Bishop j James D. Bridge officiating. Honorary pallbearers were! Ralph Guzzi, Pat Q'Conner, j Doug Roadhouse, Sieve George Pasknski and Harold i Brown. Active pallbearers were j Dwight Purdy, Wilfred Jack Lowell Court, Jo-! seph McLean and Ted Sedan-' do. Interment was in the Moun-, tain View Cemetery. Christen-i sen Salmon Funeral Home Ud., Directors of Funeral Ser- j vice, was is charge of the ar- rangements. 1 HANDEREK Funeral ser-! vice for Paul Handerek, be-', loved husband of the late Bal- j hina Handerek o! Lethbridge; who died suddenly in the city 1 Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1970, at' the age ol 80 years, was held al 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 28, 1970. wi'h Rev. Gaston Jlarien i the celebrant Pallbearers j were Walter Storey. Ronald Deak. David and Brian Handerek, Ron Keith and 1 Dante Filofilo. Interment, was in the family plot in the St. Patrick Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., i Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange-j menls. i .1AVNKS Funeral service; for George A. .laynes. beloved brother of Mrs. Iva Smith of; Chicago who died in the. city Tuesday. Nov. 2-1, at the age of Hi years, was held at 2 p.m. Saturday. Xov. 2H. UI70. j with Rev. K. F. Eskdale and i Mr. Hugh Peck officiating. i Pallbearers were Tom Archi- '.bald. Steve Mat-Donald. II. P. i Wiggins. C. J. Davis. Kay Rut-! I ledge and Jack Head. Inter- I ment was in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Chrislen- sen .Salmon Funeral Home' Ltd.. Directors of Punoral Ser- i vice. in charge of the ar- rangements. A 392 f or gift relax. Ideas like dolls, toys, games, sportswear, binoculars, cameras, wallets, tape re- corders, dresses, pant suits, nighties, shirts, ties, slippers, shavers, luggage, hair dryers, food rruxers, and thousands more. IN MEMORIAMS j IJICA 111 loving memory of a bHoved husband, father: am! grandfather. Harry Biga. who passed away on November 30th. I9GH. j rememberi-d and miss-; ed by Jessie. June. Laurie and Michelle. I And the beauty of ordering by Eaton's Catalogues is you can sit back and do n ;it home in- stead of rushing around town. You just phone Eaton's Buy- we do the rest. So if you've forgotten somebody or can't think of what to give, get out your Eaton's Catalogues and discover some beautiful ideas. Then phone us. But phone us while there's still time! EATON'S BUY-LINE 328-8811 OR CAI L YOUR NEAREST EA1 OH 3 CATALOGUE SALES OFFICE. EATON'S V for people ;