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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, J.pt.mb.r 13, 1972 THE UTHBRIDOI HBtAlD 29 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS JENSEN Eldon, age 80 years, passed away In Ray- mond, Thursday, September 14, 1972. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. CHRISTENSEN SALM- ON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of funeral arrange- ment. C4243 Male stenographer fails to crack toomeii's Held HONOLULU (AP) Kirby Lewellen is trying to get a job as a stenographer and -work his way up to executive NELSON Passed away sud- denly at the residence on Tues- day, September 12, 1972, Mr. Eric Nelson at the age of 61 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Charlotte Nelson ol 116 19th St. N. Funeral arrangements will bo announced when completed. MAHTIN BKOS. LTD., Direc- tors the Funeral Service. C4244 DEATHS CROW Passed away Carmangay on Wednesday, Sep- tember 13, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Raymond Henry Crow at the age of 62 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Crow of Barons. Funeral arrangements will be announc- ed when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service, O4246 LA GRANDEUR Passed away in Calgary on Monday, September 11, 1972, Joseph Al- bert La Grandeur, aged 78 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Elizabeth La Grandeur of Pincher Creek. Born and raised in Pincher Creek he married Elizabeth Klauzlnskt in 1925 and they farmed in the area until retiring to Pincher Creek in 1970. Besides Us wife he is survived by one son, Albert, Pincher Creek; one grand- daughter; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by three brothers, Emery, Peter, and Ed; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Cndland and Mrs. Philomcme Pillelier. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Thursday at 11 a.m., Rev. M. Hagel celebrant. Inter- ment in Fairview Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in Eden's Funeral Home on Wednesday at p.m. (to- night Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, Box 687, Pincher Creek. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C4.M1 REITER Passed away in the city on Tuesday, Seotem- ber 12, 1872, Mrs. Emily Belter at the age of 90 years of ths Edith Cavell Nursing Home, be- loved wife of the Inte Mr. Charles Beiter. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced whan completecY. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C4247 CARD OF THANKS MMFARLANE We wish to express sincerest apprecia- tion for the many acts of kind- is shown to us during our recent bereavement. Keith Collins Family and The Peter MacFarlane Family. 8915 perform and also, be free from the kind of mental stress that many jobs in- volve. "I don't want to take home any he said, Because of the difficulties he has encountered, Lewellen said he sees his Job quest now as something of a cru- sade and he's determined to press on. And for the right job, he said, "I'd even wear mln- dpants." Cod war YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK'S 642 -13 St. North Phone 327-5742 IQOC1S YOUR DOLLAR BUYS YOU MORE S CHALK Passed In Cranbrook on September 12, 1972, Mr. Peter Scbalk at the age of 65 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Gecrtniide (Ger- trude) Schalk of 220 19th St. N. Bom in Holland, the late Mr. Schalk came to Canada to set- tle in Coaldale in 1951. He was employed first as a beet labor- er for two years and then as a bread delivery man for rone years before moving to Coal- hurst in 1964, where be owned and operated his own chicken ranch until retiring to Leth- bridge in May, 1972. Besides his loving wife he is survived by six sons, Gerry of Cran- brook, Casy, Arie and Peter of Lelhbridge, Joe of Fort Nelson and John of Coalhurst; two daughters, Mrs. (Corrie) J. Van Steensel and Mrs. (Mary) TV Mi edema both of Vernon; 20 grandchildren; three sisters, Mro (Corrie) J. Kuipcr, Mrs. (Co.) H. Zwart, Mrs. (Nel) H. Zwart, and two brothers, Mes- srs. Jan and Gert Schalk, all of Holland. The funeral service will be held on Friday at 3-.00 p.m. in The Christian Reform- ed Church, 1807 2nd Avenue A. N. with Rev. L. Mulder offici- ating. Interment mil follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Frienc'a who wish may donate to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS, LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C4245 IN MEMORIAMS KAY In loving memory of a dear sister and aunt, Steph- anie Kay, who passed away September J3, 1955. "Ever remembered, ever lov- ed." missed by Anne, El- mer tnd family. 8903 KORSAN In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father, grandfather and great-grand- father, Oscar Korsan, who pass- ed away September 15, 1932. It matters not what day or year, There is still a memory, still a tear, Memories don't fade, they just go deep, For the one we loved and could not keep. loved and sadly missed by your loving wife, Martha. 8953 KIRBY LEWELLEN1 fruitless hunt secretary. But so far he hasn't even been able to get into the stcno pool. "All I hear when I apply for a job is, 'We don't hire men as the 25-yea'.--oId Lewellen said in an interview Tuesday, telling of his three weeks of fruitless job-hunting in terrain tradi- tionally reserved for women. Lewellen started looking for a Job as a stenographer "not because I was trying to break down any barriers, but be- cause that would be the most practical kind of job for my situation." He is an aspiring young ac- tor who along with his wife and two other young persons compose the crew of 4-Cast, an entertainment group. That means, he. said, that he must bo free at night to PURDY Leon, beloved hus- band of Margaret Purdy of Bellevue, passed away In the Crowsnest Pass General Hospi- tal, Tuesday, September 12, 1972, at age 61 years. He was born in Pugwash, Nova Scotia on July 24, 1911. lie came west settling in Coalhurst and in 1M4 moved to Bellevue, where he has resided since. He was em- ployed as a mechanic for the West Canadian Mine and for Coleman Colleries until April 1S72, when ill health made him unable to work. Mr. Pirdy mar- ried the former Margaret Mad- den in Lethbridge in July 1934. He was a member of the Ma- sonic Order and Coleman Local of the UMWA. He was prede- ceased by Ills mother, Lottie in 1962, his father, Stearns in 1948, both in Bellevue, and one broth- er, Lambert in Dnimheller in 1928. Besides his loving wife, Margaret lie is survived by one daughter, Mrs. E. (Marlene) Eddy of Calgary; one sister, Mrs. W. (Thelma) Hamilton of Kamloops, B.C.; one brother, Denzil of Calgary and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held'in Fantin's Blair- more Chapel on Thursday, Sep- tember 14, at II a.m., with Bob Smith officiating. Cremation will follow. No flowers please. Persons wishing may donate to the Dr. Emil Aicllo Memorial Fund, care of the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital, mark- ing donations "In memory of Leon Purdy." FANTIN CHAP- FORISH In loving memory of our dear fattier and grand- father, John Forish, who pass- ed away September 13, 1969. We often sit and think of you, and of the way you died, Many times we've longed for you, many tirhes we've cried. You gave no one a last fare- well, nor even said good- bye, You were gone before we realized, and only God knows why. remembered by daughter Annie, Gordon and grandchildren. 8900 FORISIf In loving memory of our dear father and grand- father, John Forish, who passed away September 13, 1959. No loved one stood beside him, to hear his last fare- well, No words of comfort did he hear, from those who lov- ed him well. Some day we hope to meet him, some day we know not when, We will clasp his hand in a better land, never to part again. remembered by daughter Liz, John and grandchildren. 8001 Dairy didn't know about new code grows hotter REYKJAVIK, Iceland (Reu- ter) British fishermen were keeping a sharp eye out today for the Aegir, flagship of Ice- land's coast guard fleet, which has been cutting into their prof- its. The Aegier's captain, Gud- mund Kernestcd, whose task is to enforce his government's new and unrecognized 50-mile fishing limit, cut the trawl lines of two more British vessels Tuesday in the latest clash of the so-called cod war. Kernested had ordered the trawlers to haul In their nets and move outside Iceland's new limits. But as he did so, Captain Charles Adams of the British support ship Miranda radioed the skippers to keep fishing and resist any attempts to chase them away. Adams, whose ship was 100 miles away at the time, said: "You are fishing legally on open sea." The Aeglr promptly lowered its cutting gear and severed the British trawl lines. FORGO FORCE The cutting of trawl lines, which sends fishing gear worth hundreds of dollars to the bot- tom, is ID line with Icelandic policy of enforcing their new limits by economic -rather than forceful means. There have been several clashes and exchanges of salty language since Iceland's gun- boats began patrolling past their previous 12mile bound- ary, but so far no arrests. Kernested told reporters Monday: "We have fully suc- ceeded in our purpose of mak- ing fishing uneconomical for the foreign Intruders." FORISH In loving memory of our dear fat'rer and grand- father, John Forisli, who pass- ed away September 13, 1SC9. September comes with deep regret A month that we cannot forget A day of remembrance sad to recall Without farewell you left us all. What we would give, if we could say Hi, Dad, in the same way. Beautiful memories arc we have left Of a father we loved shall never forget. remembered and sad- ly missed by daughter Mar- garet and family, son John and family. 8902 EDMONTON