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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Saturday, October Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS NISIFORD Passed a wax- in llie cits' on Fridav, October I'173 Mr Ralph Nisilord ,ii i lie aye ol 92 sears ol I.etli In i dye Funera 1 in .nmemenis will be an- iiniiiHed completed. M BROS LTD Direc- ol Funeral Service C2546 DOWNIE Passed asvay in Claresholm on Friday, Oc- tober 5 1973. Mrs Marv Dosv- nie at the age ol 8.) vears oi Claresholm belosed ssite oi llie late Mi .lames Dosvnie Funeral arrangements ssill be .iiitiiiunced svhen completed MMITIN BROS LTD Direc- tors nl Funeral Service C2544 LOEWEN Passed assav sudflenh .it Coaldale on Thur- Oc toher4th Frank .it the age ol 72 sears- beloved husband ol Mrs l.nevsen nl Coaldale Born and i in Oieiibuig Russia, llie Lite Mi Liu-won came to C.mad.i in lo the nip'-g area In he moved !o Co.ildalc ssheie he has icsided until hiivnkp WPTP he'll Wednesday. Oct. 3. 1973, at 7 30 p m in the Picture Butte Buddhist Church with Rev. Y Izumi officiating. Honorary pallbearers were H. Nagaga, Y Miyanaga, M. Tokuda, M. Tokunaga. K. Taniguchi and K. Avukawa Active pallbearers were Ken Kitagawa, Noboru Minemoto, Harry Fukushima, Bob and Sam' Nishikawa and Ichiro Wakimoto. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS FITZGERALD We wish to convey 'our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all our friends, neighbors and relatives for all their kindnesses, flowers and cards of sympathy extended to us during the recent passing of our loved one. Extra special thanks lo our friends in Del Bonita. -Eileen Fitzgerald and family CARDS OF THANKS Thanks tor the answers to box 100 House taken. 1264 BARROWS I would like to extend a special thank you to the Milk River Fire Depart- ment for their quick assistance Dale Barrows 1263 WOLFE 1 would like to sincerely thank all my relatives and friends for the cards, flowers and visits svhile I svas a patient in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and the Foothills Hospital in Calgary. Larry Wolte 1265 COWIE I would like to thank all my relatives and friends for flowers, gifts and lovely cards sent to me during mv 'illness in Municipal Hospital Mso thank you to all my mans visitors. '-Sincerelv. Evelyn Cowie 1294 MAKARENKO I wish to thank the doctors of Bigelow Fowler Clinic, the Sisters and the nurses on Third Floor Surgerv, all the stall at St. Michael's and Fathers R. Zuback Field and Gillis. My thanks also to all my family and tnends who came to visit me sent flowers, gifts and car ds Mrs Nick (Maggie) Makarenko 1288 SMITH The family ol the late Mis Esther Asenath Smith ssish to express their sincere thanks and apprecia- tion to Rev Vickerson. Martin Bios, pallbearers, tnends who sent lloral tributes, cards ot sympathy, during their re- cent bereavement Special thanks to the doctors, nurses ol the Border Counties Hospital Lorraine Dobrocanc the organist, and choir, the lunch committee, and ft lends who sent food to the house 1188-6 LAVKULICH The family ot the late Mr Mike Lavkulich wishes to express their sincere appreciation to the pallbearers. Father Zuback. ladies ot St Peter's and St Paul's Martin Bros., and the staff ot First East of St. Michael's Hospital. We would also like to thank all our friends and neighbors for the floral tributes. Mass cards, svmpalhv cards and for their concern during our recent loss. -Mrs Marv Lavkulich and lamily 1315 GROVER I wish to ex- tend my gratitude to the doc- tors of the Bigelow Fowler Clinic the nurses, nurses' aides, orderlies, all the per- sonnel of Surgery I. Fourth Floor of Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, to the nurses, nurses' aides, orderlies, per- sonnel and therapists of the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital for the care I received while a patient there. I also wish to thank my many friends and relatives for their visits, cards, books, flowers, gifts, letters and phone calls. To the Xnrijot: eta f f nf M'Jfli C! Stuart and John and Wendy and everyone lor making my birthday one I will always remember, many thanks I appreciate you all for making mv stay m the hospitals seem short I also want to thank everyone who assisted in any way at the scene of my ac- cident I will always be grateful to you Grover 1319 IN MEMORIAM. RACZ In loving memorj of a dear husband, father, anc grandfather Joe Racz who passed away October 7, 1972. Calm and peaceful he is sleeping, Sweetest rest that follows pain, We who loved him sadly miss him, But trust in God to meet again. remembered and sadly missed by his wife, sons Joe, Louie and family. 1272 IN MEMORIAMS BROWN In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Grace Brown, who passed away October 8. 1971. remembered and sadly missed by Jack, Morris, Lucille and fami- ly 1313 BROWN In loving memorv ol a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Grace Brown, who passed away October 8, 1971 The years are swiftly passing But still we don't forget For in the hearts that loved you. Your memory lingers yet. remembered by husband Jack, Howard, Marilda and family 1267 FREIHAUT In loving memory of a dear son and brother Edward Michael who pass- ed asvay October 6. I 1967 Our MM hearts h still ache f with sadness And secret tears still flow What it meant lo lose you. No one will ever know. we are sad and lonely, and everything goes wrong. We seem to hear you whisper. Hieer up and carry on Each time we see your pic- ture You seem lo smile and say. Don't cry I in only sleeping, 11 meet again some day remembered and sadly missed by mom. dad brother and sister 1271 WASELENAK In loving memory of a dear wife and mother Mrs Nellie Waselenak. who passed away October 8. 1972 A svonderful Mother laid to rest. For each of us she did her best Her place on earth, no one could 111! We miss you Mother and alss.ivs will Although we smile and make no fuss No one misses you more than us What svould we give if we could sa> Hello. Mother" in the same old way. To hear your voice, to see you smile To sit and chat svith you awhile You lefl us suddenly, your thoughts unknosvn But you left a memory We are proud to own remembered and sadly missed by your hus- band William and daughter Minnie Waselenak. and daughter Anna and son-in-law George Vasil 1269 GOLIA In loving memory of our dad, mom and brother dad, Mr W m. Golia. who passed away October 7, 1965 Mom, Mrs. Yvonne Golia. who passed away November 9th, 1950; brother. George Golia. who passed away November 23. 1946 In a graveyard softly sleeping Close beside a country road, t' Lie the ones .we loved so Idearly. Gone from us to their abode. Please God take a To them in above Tell Mom, and IGeorge, how Imuch we miss (them And give Ithcm all our love. remembered, sadly missed by Rose Hall, Ann Burchak, Ann, Bill, Helen and Nick Golia, Josy, Pat Patter- son, grandchildren, niece and nephews. 1316 IN MEMORIAMS BROWN In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother. Grace Hanna Brown, who passed away Oc- tober 8, 1971 remembered and sadly missed by Stan and Elsie Brown and family. 1274 HUFNAGEL In loving memory of our brother-in-law and Uncle. John, who passed asvav October 7. 1972 Every day in some small way. Memories of you keep com- ing our way remembered and sadly missed by Carel- Rosie Navratil and children. 1273-9 QUINNELL In loving memory of a dear father Patrick Arthur Quinell. who passed asvay October 6. 1962 A certain smile, a certain face A certain someone none can replace Wishing today as I have wished before That God would have spared sou many years more Ever loved and remembered by his daughter Helen, Lyle. Greg and family 1275 HALL In loving memory of a dear husband father and grandfather, Frank Hall, who Dassed asvay October 7 I960 Gone are the days we used o share But in our hearts you are alsvavs there The gates of memory will never close. We miss you more than anyone knows. remembered by his wife Doras, sons, daughter and grandchildren 1276 GIESBRECHT In loving Tiemoryol Tony. Eleanor and who died October 7, 972. VVe often think of days gone by When sve were all together, A shadow o'er our lifes has ,-ast. Our loved ones gone orever Their memory will alsvavs live in our hearts. So sadlv missed by Barb and all the family 1289 RACZ In loving memory a dear lather and grand- ather Joseph Racz svho asset) asvay October 7th, 972 God saw the road svas citing rough. And the lulls were hard to limb. So He closed vour weary selids. And whispered "Peace be hine Lovmglv remembered by daughter Anne, son-in- lasv. and family. 1268 CLAY In memory of a ear wife and mother, Hazel. ho passed away October 6, 970 Her thoughts were all so full f us. She never could forget. A _J tU-_l. ...U----- nuu 3u we mum IIICIL vvncic she is, She must be watching yet. As angels keep their watch up there, Please God let her know That we down here do not forget. We love and miss her so. remembered by hus- band Tom, Don and Gladys. Ralph and Helen and families Ev and Art, Robert and Terry. 1277 WASELENAK In loving memory of a dear grand- mother and great- grandmother, Nellie Waselenak, who passed away October 8, 1972. Just a prayer from those who loved you Just a memory fond and true, In our hearts you will live forever Because we thought the world of you. remembered and sadly missed by her grandchildren. Julie, Ed and family Bill, Fa ye and family Mike, Janey and family Allan and Elsie 1266 Scores LONDON (CP) Results of soccer games played Satur- day in Britain: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal I Coventry 1 Everton 2 Derby 1 Norwich 1 Ipswich 0 Tottenham 0 Leeds 1 Stoke City 1 Liverpool 2 Newcastle 1 Man Cits 1 Southampton 1 Queen's PK 1 Chelsea 1 Wolverhampton 2 Ham United 1 Shellield U 1 Leicester 1 West Ham 0 Burnlev 1 Wolverhamplon 2 Ham United 1 Shelheld V 1 Leicester 1 Division II Aston 5 Caidill 0 Blackpool 0 Notts Cl Bristol C 1 West Brom 1 Carlisle 1 Bolton 0 Crvstal P 1 Luton 2 Fulhain 0 Preston 0 Hull 1 Orient 1 Notts K 3 Mrlwall 0 Portsmouth 2 Oxlord 1 Sunderland 3 Shell ield W 1 Ssvmdon 0 Middlesbrough 1 Division III Bournemouth 2 Southport 0 Mdershot 0 Oldham 1 Blackburn 3 Brighton 1 Cambridge 0 York 0 Charlolon 1 Traninere 0 Gnrnsbs v- Walsall. ppd Ilahl.ix 2 Chcslcrlield 0 Plyniduth 2 Shrewsburv 2 Port Vale 1 Heretord 3 Rochdale 1 Hudderslield 1 sVatlord 0 Bristol R 0 Wrexham 5 Southend 1 Division IV Branslov 2 Bradford 2 Hun 3 Chester 1 Cress e 1 Stockporl 3 Darlington 1 Rotherham 1 Doncasler 0 Reading 0 FA etc r 2 Gillingharn 1 llartlepools Colchester 0 Lincoln 3 Bientlord 2 Peterborough 2 Workington 0 Swansea 1 Scunthorpe 2 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division 's 1 Hibernian 1 1 Rangers 2 3 SI Johnstone 2 Celtic 2 Mothersvcll 0 Dundee 4 CKde 0 Kasl Kile 0 Dumbarton 1 l-alknk 1 Morton I Hearts .i Dunlermlrne 0 Patrick 1 Dundee 0 DisiMon II 2 K Stirling (I Mloa 0 Kilmarnock 1 Berwick 0 Forlar 0 Clydebank 5 Stranraer 0 Cossdenbeath 3 Albion 4 Montrose 1 R.nlli 3 Queen ol S 5 Slcnhousemuir 1 St Mirren 3 Queen's Pk 4 Chrysler, Ford sales set record TORONTO iCP) Record nine-month sales of cars and trucks arc reported bv Ford Motor Co ot Canada Ltd and Chrysler Canada Ltd Ford sold 173 210 cars in the January-September period, up 14 per cent I rom 151.898 in the corresponding period ol 1972 Truck sales rose 26 8 per cent to 62.662 Irom 49.427 last year Chrvsler cai sales in the lirst nine months ol this calen- dar year totalled 145 786 an increase of 23.9 per cent over last sear's 117.686. Sales of trucks reached 26.173 units. 24 3 per cent higher than last sear's 21.050 In September. Ford car sales were a record 16.139 un- its. 16 8 per cent above the September. 1972. figure of 813 and 7 per cent ahead of the previous record for the month of 16.028 units in 1969. September truck sales by Ford were up 28 per cent from 4.333 last year and up 18 1 per cent from the previous record of in 1969. Chrysler's car sales in September decreased 12 2 per cent to 10 veiucies from 11 540. mainly because ol a strike against the company Truck sales for the month, however, were a record 2.531, a jump of 19 2 per cent over the previous record of in the same month last year Education plan costs million EDMONTON (CP) Elementary school projects approved by the education department for 65 Alberta school systems will cost more than million over three years, Education Minister Lou Hyndman said yesterday. The Alberta government bus approved 208 individual projects under the Educational Opportunities Fund. School hoards in each system selected priority areas for the improvement of elementary education, the minister said. Five Men Make Five Mistakes. One man struck a match to see if the gasoline tank in his car was empty. It wasn't! One man patted a strange bulldog on the head to see if it was affectionate. It wasn't! One man speeded up to see if he could beat the train to the crossing. He couldn't! One man touched an electric wire to see if it was charged. It was! One man cut out his advertising to see if he could save money. He couldn't! Good Advertising Doesn't Cost It Pays! Call 328-4411 For Classified or Display Advertising! The UtKbridge Herald "Serves the South" ;