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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ApiU 1971 THE ItTHBRlDCt HERMn 23 70 GARDENING MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE esllmaKi. Prwilng, Irlmmlng and lei Ing. Coll m-Wi. 70-0-" 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES PUBLIC NOTICES'f BOOK FOR SPRING ROTO- tlltlna Mo lob 1oo iinall or loo rjlrj. Kt INK'S ROTOTILLING, 3W-6MJ. 5 p.m. TRANSPORT BUSIUtSS FOR SALE, in IN MEMORIAMS loving mcmorv'; dina Breukclman. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. MAHTI.N DROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. for John Halliduy Kaston, be-. of cur husband, fattier, and loved husband of Mrs. Mary, Joseph Easton of iltli St. S. who passed away April a, (_ died in the city Saturday, April I 1, 1972, after a brief al the age of 86 years, held remembered by Hc'.cn family. 9SS3 ROWLAND In loving mein- at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Mai tin Bros. Traditional Chapel, i ...t, 312 3rd Arc. S.. with lies'. II. j ory of a dear husband fath- L Crisfield officiating. Pall- cr, Joseph P. I'. Rowland, who C1246 I hearers were Bill Parks, Burns I passed away April li, 1970. i Little. Alfred Smith Dodie j As long as my heart Keeps Thompson, Percy Jones TENDERS Timothy aync, on March COOK James Leslie, pass- inomuson, rercy .tones diiu COUIITY OF LETHBRIDGE NO. 2t j 1972. Secondary cuslxxliaa-i arc !CrJ away in the city on Fri- Roy Clemis. Interment was in jii is street souti.. ueintriaae Faye and Albert. tiav Aiiril 7th. 1972, at the age the family plot in Mountain I M85; of'ta years. Beloved husband view Cemetery. Martin Bros. _______________ nr Mrs. Fave Cook of Ma-1 Directors of Funeral Ker- HAY IT'S Book now for your rotollllln Rc.ion.He Phone LA'WN AERATING Problems with drv aivj Uurnt Umr.5. Aerslir.9 will ttsM-u your lavjn 5 natural texture and Mautv "V allwlnj mois- ture anil air lo pcnolrala the so. Get to trie root ct the prob.em CL.II now Far vo'jr free eslimates drid ap- pclntm.nts at 326-7169, after m TOOl RENTALS POWER RAKES ROTOTILLERS CHAIN SAWS HEDGE TRIMMERS ETC. PARSONS HARDWARE HOUDAY VILLAGE 327-7066 REALTY LTD. COLLEGE MALL Phone 327-7975 or 327-7077 NETS PER YEAR Modern general store v.-Hh excellent living quarters, livestock .intl good fix- tures. Be a big frog In a small pud- circ. Most reasonably priced. Hlgn volume, good profi! picture, see us about thii lofig city res- Lease or buy according to your available capital. EVENINGS PHONE D. W. Brovjn The Counly cf Lcthbridye No. U wiles ler.ders fcr the c! tr.e dioremeraientd School EQJipjnent and Supplies. Tender forms are Available Counly Office. 21J lllh Street 1 The lov.'est cr 3Tiy jnder net i ders must Secrelorv-Tr Apr.I V., V: (Signed) R. Madill 1he harvtls of the 'by the Counly Oflke. 318 JS-IJ CH72-lf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES DEATHS CUNNING Muriel Estclle, passed away in Letliliridge ear- ly Saturday, April 8th, 1972, at the age of years. She was born in Wardborro, Idaho and stcrciary-Trsaiuf has lived in the Lethbridgo re- COUNTY OF LCTHBRIDGE NO. sjnce Survivors in- E elude her husband, Mr. Arthur Cunning; one brother, Mr. Mil- ton Ward of Mt. Shasta. Cal- ifornia; two sons. Mr. Ralph Cunning of lied Deer and Mi- Gordon Cunning of Hnlifsx N.S.; three daughters, Bernice Jestin of Lelhbridge 01 oil yCilrh. IlLJUVCU Ilu-Tljallli i VLUW mni.i.i ,....j. >of Mrs. Fayc Cook of Ma-1 Ltd., Directors of Funeral Scr- grath. Funeral services will be vice, was in charge of the ar- I held in the Magrath LDS Chap- i rangements. cl on Monday, April Iflth at 2 i p.m., with Bishop R. Mark, Funeral service for FRYER5 PAN READY. H. DYCK, Ccaldole. Phcne C1C77-U 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES TWO PAIR OF PEACOCKS. PHOUF BlarMe, 664-3561. 9606-11 SIAMESE KITTENS FOR SALF 9'i THRL-T SIAMESE KITTEMS FOR Snl" 756-3JB8, Stirlirig. POODLE" CUPPING AND tno. Reasonable ratts. Special deals for homeowners at Associates If buying your house, you're eligible fcr s special Homeowner Loan el Avndalci any lime you rieed tasn, That means we may be able 1o yive ycu a betler deal. Lower rale; or renter terms or even The amount you barrow Is limHerf only by tfie r-quify you have In your home. GOO. SIQ.OUO, rrayb- cr more if you have high-Incest debrs out- ndinc, or if ycu reed cash fcr a ccnd car. a beat, or any olhtr yood asorv, talk to Associates abcut e low- crest H tame owner Loan. no'ti uch tetter cU You'll be long-term. 1014 Third Avenue South Plione 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED F27 LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT KEN nel club- invites enquiries ,-egcrdmg stud service, puns for sale i d 'SormStlUn PhoSe 345-JS7J 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ESTABLISHED V.' HEEL ALIGN ment brflVe and lire sr.op. Building iin M Pton, M3.J31I cr 2SJ. Taber. EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY New ctxicept in "ce-r a minute" con vevorlzed, automalir, car v.'ash equip ment ny Canadian ccmn.iny Moderate mveslment will handle WrilL box 92, Herald. HZMSh EXCELLENT INVESTMENT For Ihose revenue properly We have an Immaculate 1wo year ol (our suiter. We are open to all reason ahle offers, exclusive, Contacf Dwiql Quinlon and Dal Agencies Lid., 1377 3 Ave. S, C1193-t KOOTETJAY LAKE, B.C. Marvelous opportunity- Enle of Ih unit mofel, rcstairranl, filling italic all fully modDrn en apprcx. lour wllh lake front. Will fake house L small farm as pflrl- paymenl. Apply Mr and Mrs. Simpscn, Hcidtlbcr Bos-Aell, DX. OR rJEAREST OI-TER, BUY business prcperty ir. Picture Quite. N operated an csfe and rocrns cr may converted to olher or res flentla! revenue property. Owner v.' cor.Llrfer properly or la model car In trade- Contact Perlich, Reliance Agencies, Phon 373-9771. Clla5 NATIONAL CANADIAM COMPANY offering 3 MOBILE ICE GRETA FRANCHISE. This business cneraf in over W cities. Requii lillle cosh. Way Ihrcuqh Si tember. Wrile with resume lo: DICKIE DEE ICt CREAW LTD, 471, Seinple Avenue, NOTiCE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OP SOUTHERN ALBERTA- JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF EARL FLPAER FRITZ who died on Ihe 13th dav of March A.D. 1972 TAKEN NOTICE THAT all person having claims uport the estate of 1he rbovo named mult tile v.-lln lha un- soliclrors by 1ht> 6Ui day of A D 197? a full statement o( claims and of securities held by STRJNGHAM, DENECKY BAINES Earrisiers and Sollcilon yyt Canada Trusl Building telhbridge, Atfcerl? Sol tellers for ihe evccurorj V.'allace RoLwrt Frill and f.'Jltfrrri Campbell A] J INVITATION TO TENDER VILLAGE OF BARONS marked "Tenders SEN SALMON FUNERAL ,31h st N ,lev. ur. n. HOME LTD., Directors of E1Uott officiating. Pallbcar- neral Service. ers wcre Allard Alherl, }Iubcrt DL'nUUc iJLalLU ui jutinui Mrs Lois Arenbarg of Aaiv wife of the late Stewart B. 5 CONTRACTS RED STEINER CEMENT 1VORK, d dug. waler proofing. In- AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS ravel leveling, Ccmpedicn equip- -nt. Concrete equipmenf. Corral Phone U'O Ind io I for 1he Vfllacje of BBror.s, '.valor sfcr- Viill fee received unlil P.f.'... M S.T. Thursday, April 20ih. Tin, nt the dfice of the suiting Engineers In Calgary. The proiect will Include approxi- mately 2J.OM cu. yds. cf excavation and embankment cwufruclion, along v.'Hh related appurtenances. fide may ob- tain plans and specifications from 1na office cf the Cansullinq ETnqineers. deposit of S25-M in the form of 3 certified cheque made payable to the Engineers. The deposit will te refund- ed only if 'he plans and re returned In order pri IP closing nf tenders or If a de tender Is received. Tenders must be accompanied Tiflen consent of surety and d lied cheque cr bid bend In the TSOUnt of ten per cent [10 per cent) each fender submitted. The reserves the rlghf lo aive informalities in. cr reiect eny all tenders cr to accept Ihe tend hersl, M.S. anil Mrs. Laverne Ankers of Cranbrook, B.C., ulso twelve grandchildren. Pre- deceased by one son, Milton Cunning in 1937. Funeral arrangements by CHR1STEN- SEM SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. 9M2A GAROX At Fort Macleotl, Tuesday, April 4, 1972. Lydia Emma, beloved wife of Mr. G. _____, High River, beloved mother a son, Joey at home. Afso survived by three sisters Mrs. Adalgisa JJertuccioli, and Mrs. Olympia Finolti, both ol Lyon, France and Mrs. Joe Urma) Fabbri, Letbbridge, nnd Pyne, Glenn Tolton, Lloyd I Jack Green anil rinn K a 11 w holoved Hubert Brooks. Interment was CARD K at I e helmed jn Mounloin cnrn nt HIV View Cemetery. Martin Bros m o n d Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- Tav in' Ray-1 rice, was in charge of I mon'd on Fri-1 rangcmcnls. tl a y, April 7th. 1972. at the age of 82 v c a r s. Mrs, Card came to Ix'sling. As long ES my eyes have (oars, I sbnll always remember my' loved one, All through lite remaining years. I lo.ivo him in God's keeping. The rough road s.nfcTy o'er, i lie is not dead to my lov-ing lieai't, But only gone before. It broke our hearts to IOFC you, But'you did net go alone, i for part of us went with you. j Joe. That clay Gori called you home. loved and sadly mis- sed by your lovii-g wife Beatrice and daughter N7or- 'ET BASFMFNTS7 CALL SOUTHERN oncrcte Service. Phone LUr.MNUM WINDOWS AND DOORS O MAINTENANCE MO CHANG PHONE JONES ROOFING, CONCRETE WORK FENCES OR araqes Guaranteed work- Fj-ee mates- Phone 9J96- GARAGE BUILDING C E M E t) T ,-ork and stuccoing. Andzrscn an Sorenson Construcfion, 7lh AVI Phono yiJ'tWl- C7377- GARAGES, FENCES PATIOS, SIDE ,-alks, driveways. siding, rumpu room, framfng. finishing, cupboards All your remodelling needs. No job To small. Free csllrnales. NO SECRET FORMULA TO RICHES just an honest opportunity for good ome. Earning com missions on sale business, indcslry and tnstllulion Includes roof coatings, cheml nnd cleaners. 67 old AA-1 fi FuH 'Irne preferred, but right r part tlmo. Rush reply Paint and Varnish (Can- ada) Lfd., Dept. DR-l, P.O. Box 396, Montreal North, Quebec, A30 eel most fa the pro- Mrs. Lois R. Lyon Srcrefary-Treasuj-er Village of Darcns Barons, Alherla. D. G. ConsuHIng Engineering 7335 Read S.F. Calgary 37, Alberla. Canada with her mother, Mrs. Eliza Wit- beck and her twelve brothers and sisters. She was an active member of the LDS Church for many years. She served as a councillor to Mrs. Zellella G. Taylor in the YWM1A for L9 years. She and her husband worked on the Honored Guests Committee for years. A V, '.J uommuiee tor w years, a brother, Mano hfiauHful flowcr garden could v Fnerd and arishion- 1 _ Fnerd and parishion i-s may meet for prayers, Sun- day, April 9 at p.m., from St." Frances de Sales Roman Catholic Church, High River. Requiem Mass will he cele- brated. Monday. April 10, at 11 from Fraces (ie Sales. Interment in Highwood Cemetery. If desired, donations may be made to the SI. Fran- cis' de Sales Building Fund, care of Father F. Verhagcn, High River. SNODGRASS FU- NF.RAL HOME LTD., in Chanrge of arrangements. always he viewed at their home which was always open lo family and friends alike. On June 22nd of this year, she would have been married 62 years. Mrs. Card leaves to mourn her four children, S. CARDS OF THANKS EASTON We wish to our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all our friends, neighbors and relatives for all their kindnesses, flowers, food, cards and expressions of sympathy extended to us riurin" the recent passing of our loved one. Special thanks to the doc- tors and staff of the Lelhbridgc Municipal Hospital. Easton and family. and Mrs. L Phay of Foremost would like j TEDUSCO In loving mem to thank the numerous friend; and relatives who joined them on April 1, to help celebrate thsir Golden Wedding Anniver- sary. particularly (hank those who" assisted iii making j 0[ a dear wife nncl mother, tllcm Isabella Tcdcsco, who passed PICK the most lines, most comfortable to move in shape for your en- trar.ce into spring. Sew this skim in casual knits. Printed Pattern 4Ml: NEW Half Sizes lOli, 12'i. 14'j. ir 20'i. Size 14'; Mi vviauti [niui, AA i P t fit o .LalinK. Pallhctarcrs wcre I man. palllwarcrs, Mr. D.-rok j in casy-to-make tole C-ii-1 Svanscn Kgcm Olafson, llartin and (c nil Ilioso wlio colorful c r c w o 1 embroidery 1, Sieve Zswan helped in any spedal way. We inne.jed a n one or Heir Vcrnellhnnk you .11. it firoallj i PaHcrn 7J10: two B x 12' Norman. Interment was in tho apprecialetl Inrimenfs biircau of labor family plot hi Archmount Mem- -The aiso said llic U.S. ('FATS PUBLIC NOTICE THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT (PART 3) (SECTION 90 (4) NOTICE OF HEARING OF LIQUOR APPLICATION 'I family plot in Archmount Mcm- [orial' Gardens. Martin Bros. Directors of Funeral Ser- j vice, was in charge of the ar- j rangements. MAGYAR Requiem mass -i-.-----------. ifor Coaldale resident Gabor tors, m.rscs and Gabriel Magyar, beloved bus-! Michael s Hospital CHAMBERS Ihe late Herbert Chambers bureau of sla- alsQ saw unemployment rate edged up pe cc nom 5, la, h ueto ne late Heroon unamoeia niniii lo extend their heartfelt (hanks factor and the actual n.mihe. and appreciation to the doc- j of johless edged aboul _F'________j c. 20fl_000 to o.2 minion. _ paMcrr fcr hand of the into Mrs. Anna illaByiir who dice! in the city Thursday. March 30, 1972, after a brief illness at Ihe age of 72 was said nt a.m. i kindness extended lo him i pnces 5.2 million. on wholesale the news that mailing and special ha'ndling. i 2. The I01h (fay of has been THE Headers Mail Limilcci Front Street West d" ring his iSa] a o preceded N Front SCrco, VV Lrriil toT friends foods declined of mc ToronlD 1, Onlaw Special thanks to nnd relatives for Ihe lovely flow- ers, cards, expressions of sym- pathy, to the ladies who served the lunch and to all those v.ho per cent in March afler several months of sharp increases. Wholesale prices are p.encr.illy indicators ol later developments in retail consumer costs. The over-all one-lenth of one per cent increase in tire whole- sale price index was the small- in Coynci! sutjffiif lo vote (H cledu.j ...o ___ qucillw In cf Ihe clnsi cf licence applied for. Dated al Edmonton, this dav March, JS7J. A. 0. EUIOTT CHAIRW.AN THF ALBERTA LIQUOR COfJTflOL requesfir.q a cfctjiscitp votr If'C rtfK.I.' fo.'Ais v.hlcl> may be obtained trorn The AlMffa Conti misston of Mike Trencansky, Louis Bacz ami Itndy Ilaijijanlc. Interment i was in the Mount Calvary sec- tion of Moumain View Ceme- .'ard1, tcry. JIaflin Uros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in AI charge of tho arrangements. Hir.H TOWN means Oartok, Titel, is believed to wholesale poods worth SIM fiv. be the highest inhabited .venrs ago now cost SI17.ID. The earth, at an altitude of index was 3.9 per cent above a feet 'i'ear earlier. AGT NOTICE TO ALL CONTRACTORS, M.D.'s AND COUNTIES. CA11 AGT'S CARLE IN ADVANCE DIAL "0" (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 (toll free, of course) ;