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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, October 10, 1972 THE LETriBRIDGE HERAID 25 r Jjirtlis, Jjeatks, -unerals, answer questions al Cily Council concerning their submissions, but subject t.i Ili6 condition Itia! oral representation In support cf a brief be limited to Ihlrly minutes and one rebuttal perfod of no lhan Ten DATED nt the Cily oT tcfhbridge Ihlt ?nd day OT October, 1573. John GcriA City Clerk U 7, 1072, at age 87 years. She was born in Winston West- morland, England, January 28, 1884 and came west in 190S lo Bellevue and Blairmore, where she has resided since. She mar- ried her late husband, Freder- ick in Blairmore July 1910. She was predeceased by her hus- band March 1941 and by five brothers nnd two sisters. She was a life member of the Rebecca Lodge and a former member of the Ladies Aux- iliary, Blairmore United Church. Survivors included four daughters, Mrs. F. (Freda) Price of Bcllfivite. Mrs. J. (Ivy) Hays. Mrs. F. M. (Mary) Reeves, both of Calgary, Mrs. A. (Lily) Sykes of Blairmore: six grandchildren, seven great- grandchildren. Funeral ser- vices will Ire held in .Fantin's Blairmore Chapel al 2 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 12, wilh Pastor Dave Robbins officiating. Inter, ment will follow in Iho family plot Blnirmore Union Ccm- elery. FANT1N CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C4794 seven on roads, and one drown- i ing. The three persons killed in the one Alberta accident, which occurred near Cessford, were Joseph Leo Grove, 18, of Duchess, Donald Rowe, 18, of Brooks and Helen Kanda, 18, of Cessford. Duanc Allan Morrison, 22, of Edmonton died when his motor- cycle struck a tree; Rurii J. Landgral, 21, of Lcthbrirjge died after a two-car collision near LeUibridge; John Joseph Badger, 28, of Sexsmith was killed wiicn struck by a car near his home; and Albert Ryall, G4, of Wainwright drown od in a Ixiating accident at Schuslcr Lake. John Francis Hughes. 21, of Edmonton was killed in a sin- gle vehicle accident near Morinville. EDUCATED An educated person is one xvho has a fair knowledge and an appreciative understanding of the environment in which he lives, and who is ablo to adjust himself to It. t's WonderBra Week at Simpsons-Sears We really 'care about the shape you're in' and have expert figure consultants to give you the perfect fit. A beautiful WonderBra garment of your choica (up to in There's no obligation 10 purchase. All you have to do is fill in an entry form and placa 11 in the contest box. Forms are available in all our fashion depart- ments. II your name is drawn, you just answer a simple skill testing question correctly. It's so easy. And a lucky winner will be drawn dally from TiKsdoy, October 1 Oth lo SaUrday, October 14th. Drop in and enler. It could be your lucky dayl at Simpsons-Soars you get Ihe fines! guarantee satisfaction or money refunded end free delivery our slorc-to-door srvvlco begins wdti Ihe s.rc profccls you every inch of ths way STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. 10 p.m Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;