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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD November 1179 I In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks IN MEMORIAMS. STRUGAR In loving memory of a dear mother and who passed away November 1969. remembered and sadly missed by the family. 4989 DEATHS NIEDERMIER Passed away in the city on November Mrs. Ann Niedermier at the age of 69 beloved wife of Mr. Frank Niedermier of 622 29th St. S. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of funeral service. C5775 ISAACSON passed away in Cardston on November at the age of 94 beloved wife of the late 0. S. Isaacson. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. SALMON FUNERAL HOME are in charge of arrangements. C5774 ODNEY Vivian aged 76 beloved hus- band of Mrs. Thelma passed away November 1973. Memorial service a.m. December 1973 at Martin Bros. Memorial North Lethbridge. No flowers. 4989A MOLINEUX Gertrude passed away in Ray- mond on November at the age of 81 years. Graveside services were held at the Temple Hill Cemetery this morning November 30th at with Rev. Albert Baldeo of- ficiating. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C5772 WEASEL HEAD Passed away on November Darcy Leon Weasel age 18 beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weasel Head of the Blood Reserve. The funeral service will be held in the Immaculate Conception Catholic St. Mary's December 1st at 11 Rev. J. Regnier officiating. Interment in Stan- doff Cemetery. A wake ser- vice will be held in the church on from 6-12 p.m. EDEN'S FUNERAL Fort in charge of arrangements. C5773 FLETT In loving memory of a dear son and Curtis who passed away November 1969. You are not loved one Nor will you ever As long as life and memory last We will remember thee. remembered and sadly missed by mom. Come and Shelly. 4945 CARDS OF THANKS NEWTON I would like to sincerely thank the staff of St. Michael's Hospital for their excellent and thought- fulness during my stay in hospital from August to Oc- tober and the Therapy Dept. the past three weeks. Also a special thanks to the many visitors I had and to those who sent cards and flowers. Your thoughtfulness will not be forgotten. Ken Newton. 4943-1 VEENLAND We wish to express our sincere gratitude to our many friends and relatives for floral personal telephone calls and the many other acts of kindness. Our thanks to the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid and friends for serving lunch and the United Church for the use of their hall and to those who donated to charities in the loss of our dear son and brother. Special thanks to Rev. L. Rev. G. the pallbearers and Eden's Funeral Home. Peter and Minnie Menzo and Cathy. 4944 House committee okays Ford WASHINGTON Gerald Ford's nomination to be vice-president of the United States was approved 29 to 8 today by the House of Representatives judiciary committee. The House is expected to act on the nomination next week and overwhelming approval is assured. The Senate approved the nomination earlier this week. All eight votes against the nomination in the committee were cast by Democrats who objected to Ford's conser- vative voting par- ticularly in the field of civil rights. who served in the House for 25 won uns- tinting praise from committee however. Some Democrats who voted in committee to confirm Ford may not support him when the issue reaches the floor. They said they would reserve final judgment until that time. Henderson ice unsafe Henderson Lake is not safe for ice skating yet. Holly a member of the city parks department said this morning tests of ice thickness range from one inch to one making the safe areas difficult to detect. He said the city will again fence off certain areas of the lake for public skating when the ice reaches a thickness of five inches. At that city crews will clean the ice and prepare the surface. Commissionaires will be stationed at the lake to en- courage people to stay within the fenced areas. Mr. Doe said the depth of water ranges from nothing to 14 feet at the deepest ty of water for a person to High-rise planned A 72-suite high-rise apart- ment building is being planned for southeast Lethbridge. Krahn Homes Ltd. has filed an application with the city development office to build the 13-storey building at 3510 20th Ave. S. Sharp drop recorded in economic growth OTTAWA Strikes and shortages of men and materials slowed Canada's third-quarter economic growth to well below levels earlier this year and the spreading energy crisis casts a cloud over otherwise strong prospects for the Statistics Canada said Wednesday. The gross national the total of all the country's private and public spending for goods and ser- only four-tenths of one per cent after allowance for the report said. This was a sharp drop from the second quarter's real ex- pansion of seven-tenths of one per which in turn was a decline of nearly three-fourths from the first quarter's ex- ceptionally strong growth of 2.7 per it added. The third-quarter figure brought total growth to 3.8 per cent above the fourth quarter of 1972. Total real growth for the en- tire first nine mmnths of this year was 7.2 per cent above the corresponding period of about in line with 1973 forecasts of the Trudeau government. Continued strong demand by Canadian record levels of unfilled orders and widespread industry plans to expand production capacity with new plants and machinery were signs of in the Statistics Canada said. the time of there ii con- siderable concern about the impact on future production and prices of the worldwide energy crisis precipitated by the curtailment of oil shipments by middle-eastern it cautioned. C.NPUP The report said the GNP rose billion or 2.4 per to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of billion In the third but after allowance for sharpest inflation in 22 years the real growth shrank to four-tenths of one per cent. largely to the detrimental effect of numerous labor par- ticularly in railroad transpor- tation and in pulp and paper the pace of economic activity slowed further in the third quarter of the report said. at both retail and wholesale levels continued to rise very sharply in line with the general inflation which has become increasingly evi- dent this year in industrialized it said. September living at the end of the third were 8.5 per cent above a year earlier and the latest report showed the annual spread rose to 8.7 per cent in October. demand rose considerably faster than national production in the third giving rise to an increase in exports apparently due to strikes and to a smaller extent a decline in automobile trade with the United it added. Consumer spending increas- ed nearly or almost 3 per but the rise was considerably less after allowance for the report said. real terms the eight-tenths of one per was comparable to the nine- tenths of one per cent rise in the second but con- siderably smaller than the very strong 3.7-per-cent rise in the opening quarter of the it continued. feature of the quarter was a 23 per-cent rise in accrued net farm due mainly to sharp in the prices of farm the report Pood price Increases have been the biggest factor in this year's inflation. profits contin- ued to register sitaMe but labor which represents about 66 ptr cant of rose at a markedly slower the report said. income registered its smallest quarterly increase in over three years. The rise of 1.4 per cent com- pared with rises of 2.3 per cent in the second quarter and of 3.5 per cent in the first quarter. es- timates of corporation profits indicate a further gain of 5.6 per it added. which compares with a similar rise in the sec- ond quarter and exceptionally strong gains in the first quarter of pushed the profit share of GNP to 12.4 per cent the highest in over a Statistics Canada said. Pensioner laughs all way to bank Ont. A Cornwall woman is laugh- ing all the way to the bank with her old-age pension che- que this month. amusing... that's said Eva when asked about a cheque for she received this month instead of her usual one for Mrs. Henderson said yesterday she is going to take the cheque to her bank manager and ask him to give her for it. He will understand that it's the computer that made a she said. I send it back to the dear knows when I'd get another cheque.' 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