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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THf UTHMrDCf HtnALP WaaVaaal.y, 11, 4? TtAHfitS FOt RENT EIGHT X 34 FT. TWO BDP.M. TRAIL- tr tor rent, sloe per month Hln. Will consider parly. Prone JJ7-I117. lilts. Will consider selling to rtaM 5S4M1 FOR SALE OR TKAOE 11 X 35 IT. Clenda'.e; saddles; 7 57 .M .JU, _m shells. eve- nly. MM-ll 11XU KT. MOBILE HOME. MUST SELL. REASONABLE OFFEHJ CON- SIDEREO. PHONE 17J4-11 t'r, FT. CAMPER, F U L'-Y Used only I llmea, like new. AfJIly 417 15th St. H. 10X11 FT. DETROIT DELUXE MOBILE tme. Very 900U coner.llai. Whil of- fers! Ptwne Iron Springs. CUSTOM BUILT TRAILERS AMD CAMPERS. LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD., HIGHWAY a. PHONE OT-12M OR m-tOl PARTS, REPAtm AND SERV1CE- KMALI EMHOYMEMT WANTID WILL BASYS1T IN MY HOME. WHS WILL BABYSIT IN OHK HOME. na 3M-M7I alter p.m. WiO.17 MA LJCBKB) KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE CrJIdren, weeks to six years. Ptwnc CWCM 55 MAIE EMPlOYMfNT WANTED WILL DO SPRING HOUSECLEANING end odd Licence Ns. lilt. Phent 331-1435. EXPERIENCED DIESEL DRIVER wenh gob. Phona Et-WI. SPRING CLEAN UP kinds or hauled away. Rea- sonable. Pdone 3V-M41. tsH-p HOLIDAY FT. sale, steeca TRAILER FOR Propane heater, lichti. lop cocking burners, 110 ind ai volt lights, electric and awn- Injs, Of will (rede lor II or 17 It. wild bethroom facilities. Phone 1771-19 56 FA1M HELP WANTED WANTED SINGLE -MAN PRE6CO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; trailer servicing, storage end repair. Phone KHJ21- AIP.STREAM 51 FT., FULLY SELF- ccnlelned, tandem Plenty ci extras. Phone 327-5900. Hi Ing end mechanically inclined. Musi be steady and hive good references. Top Write Box U Herlld. YEAR-ROUND EMPLOYMENT FCW married man on modern dairy farm. ETperknce preferable. Top wages. Apply Pavan Dairy, P.O. Box W, LettlbrWse. No phone tills please. f777-ll IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE experts your easy-Url or frame hileh. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. CSlil-tt BABYSITTER REQUIRED WITHIN Miking distance ol T.o children. Bt-1775. GENERAL HOME, 11 X M It. Three bedrooms porch nd skirting. Total price, or ll.n dwrn. Phoni Picicher Creek- HH-IS WANTED BABYSITTER, LIGHT housekeeper. Five diy veek, Phone 3O-15H. W14-17 EIGHTEEN FT- TRAILER. FULLY equipped. II IK. Phone BV3J1I. lia FLEETWOOOD HOUSE TRAILER, 1x31 H. Dlrl cheep. Will consider anv- rhine. or vilue on Phone m- 14JJ. C74W-H PLYWOOD SHELL CAMPER FOR short n-heelbase half ton windows, back opening, cheep. WMI 11 FI. E5TA VILLA TRAILER. Slwps SIX, complete with sk In. rr.ll- treues and mcnomalic Like rex. Phone M3-7OT, after I p.m., Ta- tar. 9IM7.1I 44 AGRICULTURAL WANTED WILL TRACE pm. RESTAURANT. PUKED aaaonawy. Can Reatfv af yew ckalca. ANONYMOUS Anyone with a problem. Ptiana HJ fan er 32HU4, after 7: a LOANJ t AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED IttT Cellao Mail Ptaatt 9MHI. The widest facility neJaetwe. He caat-iMar ALL TYPES ttsc birth if tbcr mttr, UttttOt AM, ben April ijth, >t SL Ifick-Ma'i Prtod raraata ift Jerry and Vakrie. ALLEN PaetGttl away the cMy Ttaoday, April 14, 1171, Mw Cbvin W. Bead 74 yean U44 tth Ave. S., sitter of Mrs. Gamut Desrlnr of Kabpell, Fuieral aiYaaajeaDeBij INeted. Martim .Vai. Ltd., Directors ef Fineral Service. OF THANKS PHA1US We .wisa U eov rey the iffneUtMB ind tbaaTka tor the toff acts af kindness, and Qoral tributes extended ui the lax of a dew MB, husband, father, and brether. Gntefully, Mrs. L. E. Pharis, Lais, Gwea, anal laBiSe.. IHSTALLATIOM AND maMenance work, leal Ahaeoal, Aw. S. B7-JHL TON WILL TRAVEL FtM SBMCB AND Goad. Hartnf salary -PaM holidays IM hsurance "-QUALIFICATIONS -1-eadershf aUrty -Grade 12 and must ba prepared k ralculi. For further Irrlormalkn come In anc discuss Mm opportunilln with the store manager. S. S. KRESGE CO. LTD. 520 4th AVE. S. UTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA TAPING, ellings. Excallerrt workmaroltlp. Phone St-na. TILE, CEMENT Renovalkns, atteratbea. Ptaaai j i. Cusam ItUajt. LAMON away juddailr the aty OB Situr-elty, Apiil 11, LTW, MM Peter, aged C7 fan tl T1S Utb STAMP AND STENCIL -ubber stamps, corperala seais, dat-ers. etc. Same-day Service, im 2nd va. s. nam lavnu RAVCN 1 IB em ST. H. Xltcnen oofeoardi, raorm, re-modelling and retain. Ptaaaj FUNERALS GUSELLA Funeral service far MichaBel GuseJta, helmed huaband of the bte Marit Ama GuseUm who died m the city Tnetrby, April 7, U7t, after a brief inwffl the age of 17 years, wa maay kinthwcaa extended t. me dning: my ilhseti. Mrs Vonda Totley 1IG YELLOW ROTO-tiller for parts. Phone 327-2U1. STEINER CEMENT oU basements dug, mtfr praotaw. h> smd, free Phona JD-OH. WELL KNOWN REAL ESTATE FIRM require sales person with real estate experience preferred. Will consider these with selling experience In other fiekts. Apply in ewn handwriting to 7a, HeraM. LAWNS PUT Irr, ODD .JOBS and rototlHing. Gardening by season. Phone 377-aU3. SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING- 33-5745-. AERATING 4 CENTS PER sq. yd. Phone John, 3H-JK9. 61 TEACHERS TOP SOIL AND WELL rotted manure. Pliona Bt-an, eve-nlnos. COUNTY OF WARNER 'NO. S Invites applications for rhe lotlowing iMchins ration effective September Raymond Senior High Scfnd Ensllsli.-Wainer-Mlik River Elementary-Junior High School Mvslc. Salary. !IHMt791 Ranoe.UJOD-llijoo. Apply lo: Joseph SuperinTendent ol Schools Warner, Alberta. r COMPLETE GARDENING AND lendscapina and tret Phone Funeral service for Robert John HacFar-lane, beloved husband of Mrs. Ina MacFarlane -of 14C4 Ave. S.'wtab died in the cih-Friday, April 10, It74, at the age of 52 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in the Memorial Chapd, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were George Btrrbet, Jr. Alfred Lmdrod, Msmarice Jarvie, Meckemie, Patrick Trjtnp-lans and George Bach. IrHer-ment was in the Field of Hcnof Mountain View Cemetery. Martm Bros.. Ltd., Direcixs of Funeral Service, was in oSarge o the River, Alberta. K35-1 The Tabrr Schod Dl.hkxi Ne. a Invites tenders on the sucjply of one (11 only Itn one halt Km pick u> truck. CM one half Ion ptcl up offered as trade in. Details ol specl-catiorii may be obtained by -contacting the undersigned. Tenders musl be received by noon on Frklay the 1st day ol May, ItTO. WILLIAM MALINSKY Box 1239 Taber School Division Na. t Taber, Alberta. FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON1- CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 32B-29N. to .ei press our deepest appreciXio and rrqmbe to 'tne many rel lives, (ritnds and 'neighbors ft toe tfougfctful acts of kismet, expressira of sjTnpatfay, cart and beautiful floral tributi extended during the recent kx of our dear husband, father ata brother. Special thanks' to Re R. E. Eskdale of Letbbridg. ate doctors and staff of U Lethbridge Municipal Hospita pallbearers and honorary pal bearers, friends and wietrbo who prepared and served lunc LAWN SEEDING, landscaping, spring clean-up. Phone vs-im. ROTOTILLING lew lawn? pv.'t hn. Prompl service, reasonable rales. 327.7U1. ROTOTILLING, painting and odd 10 years Phone Ed, 33531. 1 PRE-SCHOOL CLASSES Teacher wilh experienca e special training In Early Childhood Education required to teach pre-r schoot clases sponsored by Pre ventive Social FOR HAY Tenders are invited for Immediate supply and delivery of Tta) fans el ta> Alfalfa hay to the Department ol Agriculture, Research Substation, Many berries Alberta. Qoote on quantities of 100 tans and aver' wil be considered. Tenders will be accepted until" noon Thursday, April Jid. For further Information and edole-ITon forms contact: c. ,G. sctnenlng Asaislanl Administratrra Officer, Oe-parlment of Agriculture. Research Station, Lettbridoe, Alberta. Phona H7 POWER RAKE FOR RENT. Phone IJ-2JU. evenings Forrest Color Centre. RAKING, AERATING, WITH grass pickup, mini and 32HJTt In formulating currkvlum "and wil also be responsible for supervising an assistant for two hart -day' classes 0 of approximately 20 children each for five days per weet Qualified teacher will come under the Leth-bridge A.T.A. salary pay schedvle Please send resume describing training experience and name ol fw t BLUE SPRUCE AND ONE Scotch Pi.ie. Big healthy trees. Write Box 74, Herald. Bea Rowland family. M Machine ground rrsnure. for lawns and gardens. 75 ID. hsndy plasii bag. sl.U each. Free delivery. Coa hurst Greenhouse. Phona 327.JO1. Funeral service fot Herbert Emmet Kuhl, belovei hi of Mrs. Helen Jean Kutd of ForemoEt wnrt died' ic the cih' Saturday, April 11, 1970 after a brief fltooe at the MEMOR1AMS TESSAR'r In loving m -Address application lo: CLEANED, ODD JOBS DONE fence mended, basementi cleaned at what haw you. of a dear husband ai father, wbo passed away Ap SHETLAND STALLION SERVICE mile south of -Skyline Esso. Phone 317.7M. C7S37-21 INTER NATIONAL ..OHREiPON- dence Schools require part-time rep- resentative for Lethbridge and area. Applka'nts rmnl have stability In area, possess e good education and own a car. Reply by mail lo Mr. Jim Ul- ttll Tromnger Street N.E., Cal- iary. mm 49 MACHINHY WANTfO WANTED TWO FORKL1FT ARMS and army trailer hitch. PMona IU4iU, Bow Island. Has-15 WANTED IMMEDIATELY Long adaHtsned daalersMp In City a Lefhbrpdge requires eirpertenced mo- >ile home salesman. Income and ex- pense allowances. Open to Reply In confidence fa Bol 77, Her- ald! C7S10-JO WANTED ONE FIVE FT. Tumofebug. Location and prke. Ed Elliott 1411 Vd Ave. N. WANTED FERTILIZER SPREAD- er, three point hilch type, good used Urbed wire. Trad, lor fence posts or.corral ralli. Henry Loewen, Ben 13, Elko, B.C.. Rll-ll M MKCEUANEOUS AtrrrOES WANTED WANTED TENT AND CAMPING equipment. Fhone 277-1776. TV7-7Q MOVIE CAMERA, PROJECTOR AMD screen. Phone 37MU1, asK tor Danny. rail-la WANTED QUALIFIED SER- VICE MANAGER FOP, TIRE SHOP. APPLY NORTH LETH- BRIDGE MO-TIRES. SALESMAN FOR CITY ROUTE Applicant mvst be between the ages ol V and SO, bondaMa and able to lumlsh references. Five day week with medical and other Ijenelits. Apply to Manager, Lerhbridge Laundry Ltd., between and a.m. IALVAT10N ARMY NEEDS: Good used clothing, particularly chil- dren's cMK.ig. Thb can ba left at 412 1st Ave- S. or pfrane 32MMO or 91 for pickup service. CtU-tr HIGHEST PRICES FDR Metals sfeel and cad Batteries, radialors. ClAVIS ENTERPRISES ISO] 2nd Ave. S. Phone SCRAP IRON Ccpper Radiaron Bel- Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 201 Or] SI. North COM-r CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI- ators, oefrerits. Kkjhest prkes. Var- 2arl Iron Ltd., 114 2nl Ave. N. Phone SCRAP. WON Copper Brass Radiators Bar lirles Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 296 St. Ncrrh Head Slirt Demonstration Project Commitln Box 413 Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD AppMcatFoni era Invited To fill the roltowhig positions: ASSISTANT TO SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST: Applicants should have ft broad gen- eral background In psychology with: (a) diagnostic skllls-gt.ierBl fkM ol psychological testing with application la fhe cducatponel setting, and read- Ing diagnosis, (bl counselling to the extent rhal fne person h adept Tn working In one lo one Interaction with children, parents, and teachers. Ic) training and experience ft small srcup work. ASSISTANT TO READING CONSULTANT: Applicants should have a knowledge of curriculum building and revision. C74H-I3 logether with a skill in diagnostic tesl mg In the reading area and some back- ground in educational psychology. OF. IETHBRIDGE TENDERS FOR AlTERAThONS TO CIVIC 'SPORTS CENTRE Terriers will be received ua to a.m. April 17, ITTa by the Uty at LethbrioV at the offices of. Robin. Mitchell Watson, Architect! t Engln-' eers, ill ith St. Soufh, Lethbrldjis, 'or separate relating to Mechanical Contract, a General Carpentry Masonry Contract, an Etoc-trlcal ConTracf, a Flooring Contract, a Painting Contract and a Plumbing Can-tract. Documents arc available for Inspection et the offices ol (tie LernbrUgai and Cahgary Construction Associations nnd Architects. Plans- on loan will require a deposit of 123.00. A51 LACOMBE NURSERIES :or trees, shrubs, perennials, and endscaplng. Local representatives Nelson, m-TtS, T. T. Foitinglo phone 377-GM. LAWNS POWER RAKED -GARDENS ROTOTILLED. PHONE 327-7046. PARSONS HARDWARE Shoppers' World Phone 327-70M GARDEN TOOL RENTALS KOTOTILLERS, POWER CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. Nos: JPIO-H (AOL) 2 AI-3IA and HA (AOL) Duckets Nos. 1TO and lin CANADIAN TRANSPORT COMMISSION (1) PACIFIC WESTERN AIRLINES LIMITED APPLICATION TO SERVE LETHB R IDCE, ALBERTA. (I) AIR CANADA APPLICATION TO DISCONTINUE SERVICE TO LETH1RIDGE, ALBERTA. Pacific Western Airlines Limited has ipplM for authority to operate a Class 1 Scheduled commercial atr 71 POUITHY AND STARTED TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Phone 734-JOU or 23J-37U, Fort Mac-led. FRIERS, PAK REAOY-3K -PER LB. Also heavy hens. -H. Dyck, Box aM, Coaloale. plxne WXOi 72 PETS AND TWO BABY KITTENS TO GIVE awar, house broke. PMne jaioll. WANTED-TEN-SPEED BICYCIE. PHONE 327-8230, EVENINGS. Xllli-17 are In Ihf marp.el for oood user) farm rrechinery trucks, trailers. elc. Consignment or cosh. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutfj Hianwav Phwe Days ttMlU Nights 51 TRUCKS AND T1AIIHS WANTED SWAP WILLIS PIANO FOR lent IraiKr. Ptait ffl.na. IttMt WANTED AUGUST IS MOD rrn moblii horr.e, fully furnlsherf. Ap P'ox. II ir II. Boar-round employment. V hour week, poly li person ELLIDN'S HEAD OF-ICE, L-rhbrioge. FISH AND PLANTS FOR t sale. Phone 37I-JI79. niS-ll i PUREBRED SEALPOINT SI- s mese Vitten for sale, house broke. horn nt-TiTi. moo; KITTENS TO GIVE AWAY. hone nt-ilil. WH-17 PUREBRED SEALPOINT iamese kittens lor Ml-. Phone y.t-rm. WS3-51 Mberta company lequires wo talesman with or without to slarl April 27th, Salary and incenlive plan commensurate wilh exper-ence. This is i career opportunity wilh Alberta's leading i n a n c i a 1 organization. Phone: to arrange n interview, FOR SALE A-MERIC4.N isklmo, and Poodles- Some der Pesinsese. Reg'd and have Marganna Kennels, Vulcai. hone Mi-ISil. BUSINESS OPfORTUNITrEt 11 UHITS. TWO BED-com Wain southern hiohway. Extra rocm frx court. Re-Irlng. Will lake properly as part ayrrenl. Box Pcslal Station F, algary. I7M.1I EDUCATIONAL HIGH SCHCXJL AT HOW.E. leading schrxl. Nation! Cot-leoe at afh Ave. S.E., Caiaary. Fhone IJLDJl Skilled Auto Paint Sprayer Required Immediolely Apply lo 8erl Knodel FLEMING MOTORS BODY SHOP SALE ONE OF LETH-brfdge's revest end largest beauty salons. Selling due To No rte-vrsb't offer rriused. Phone KS-7JW. CWMJ MUSIC TUITION ON SUIMR Kane. Pr.Gr.e 317-I197 car wash equlpirenl. Will accept truck or trailer Iradf. Phone Ed Btauchcsne, tol-tyn or wr'i'-t BM 1105, AsslnlM's, Saik. LOST AND DREAM Ore ol Ihe ct.c'ce n-otels Ihe shore ot beautiful Walertan Lakf j. Ideal family operation lor this 29 uni helling ffe owner a nice plus corr.fort and luxury, operating 17j mcnlhs per year. All unlls are fully furnijhfd arx) lor Ihe 1975 sea. Taxe edvanlage novr as It wir Uil al Ihe price. CALL HAY AGENCIES LTD. or 317-7377. C7M7-I! NEW GREErl TRICYCLE yelbw hand-e grips. Flrtfsr p'case ca SINCE MARCH IITH male German Shepherd. BlacV ant tun wilfi yflck Isce. Leather coi'ar tag Hi. BH. Reward. Phf. jj; (ISA- PARTS AND TIRE SALESMAN Riqjlrtd (or GWC Tire lutomolive parts GcxxJ rernureratbn lor producer, torn pany car. APPLY TO: J, B, Goodman Paris ond Tire Manager ENERSON MOTORS 11D. OF PROBLEM DRINK ERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT A APJOM FAMILY GROUP. WRITE F OUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX tl LETHBRIDGE, AGENCIES J15 shoppers' Weld J17-M1 Ten me.M In Southern bcller than '-.y.t nel profit. Don't mlw this. For further tfe 4 Is call-Evcnlrg Phones: Merv Bdlhtr yatlTt a weddtnq [s In your fjlure THE LETHBRIBGE FAMILY SERVIC viou'd like lo he'3 VO'J olve ywjr mar a good s'arl a pre-rrar rhs? Cyjf.iz'-lnq Cotrjo of fen inter HOT CALL US TODAY FOB FURTHER DETAILS? LETH BRITOE FAMILY Lepoard in lieu of Ihe service provwfd by Air Canada, bv adding the point Lefnbridge, Alberta, lo its Clan A.T.B. Lkenca Na. Air Canada hn applied lor authority ration of Clan I services to operatlor air to discontinue, the the point LfttbrWoe. Alberta, author- iled under Licence! Numbers A.T.S. end subject la The grant ol authority to Pacrlfc Western Airlines Limited to aerra LernbrMeje, Alberta. On requesl of the Cemmlttee, further particular! ol the application will a> preview. Any person Interested maY hrftrvtrn HOPKINS Pissed away suddenly in the city on Mon- day, April 13, 1970, Roy Aylmer, aged 61 years, beloved hmch-inrl of Mrs. Fumy Hopkins of 10M 12th SL S. Born, raised edu- cated in Lttbbridgt, the. late Mr. Hopkins was employed by tbe CPR tor approximately 20 years, aad for the next twelve years, worked as a radio engi- neer for CJOC. A member of the Letbbridge Elks Ctufa, he was also .a very active and highly respected amatuer radio operator (can letters and coniributel much in this field. Besides his loving wife, Finny, he is survived by two sons, Gordon N. and Rae A. C., both of Lethbridge; and three grtusdchildren. Tne funeral ser- vice will-be held on Thursday at p.m. in Martin Bros. Chapel, 112 3rd Ave. S. (Please note: Courtesy parking at rear of with Rev. L. Cris- fieU officiating- Intemenl will fouow in Ihe. family. plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respect- it Martin Bros. Cha- pel, m 3rd Ave. S. Phone: 33-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- will or modify t e irith Ffie to swpporl, oppose or cellon In accordance made under the National Trans- portation Act. An Intervention, it made, shall be endorsed wilh the name and address of the Intervene! or hh SdkJ- tor, and shall be mailed or delivered together with __ _. merits, to fte Secretary, support ina rv, A'r Trai >nsporl uments served upon rne appll- lls solicitor, nol later rftan May rectors of Funeral Service. C7547 Committee, m Slaler Street, Otlawa Ontario, wilh copy of the Intervention and documents s-rved cant or IIS ISth, 1970. The addresses of Ihe Applicants are: PACIFIC WESTERN AIRLINES LIMITED, Vancouver Alrporl, Vancouver, S.C Atfenliln: R. H. La'dman. AIR CANADA, Place Ville Merle, Mon-real 113, P.9., Altenlion: Lew Deparlmeht. The applkar.l or Its solklfor may, by a Reply, object to ai Intervention or may admit cr deny any or all of trrs lacls alleged In fhe Intervention. A Reply, II made, shell be Honed by Applicant or its Solicitor, and shall be or delivered fo frw Secretary, Air Transport Committee, WS Slafer Slreel, OTTAWA i, Ontario, wilh copy cf Ir.e Reply served on the Iplervener cr his Solfcilor, within ten (ID) days aflrr lh> receipt of an Intervention. Proof of service shall be made Declaration under Oath end wi ANSPORT COMMITTEE A'R TRA OTTAWA, CANADA, April ICMi, mil Deaths Ywterday By THF, CANADIAN PRESS Giryot DnVil, 76, retired justice o( Ihe Mani- toba Court of Queen's Bench, Wahnl Creek, P. Howe, 91, veteran Associated Press foreign cotresponcteTTt, Marquessof MiLtorrl Haven, 30, cous'm of Queen Elizabeth arid best man at the wedding of Prtnce PNUp and die then Piioceu EUiaWh. PlROCK Clemens passed passed away in the city on Monday, April 13th, IsTD at the age of a years, beloved huv band ot Mrs. Emily Pirock ot 1417 Ave. N. Mr. Pif.Kk was born in Stockbridge, Cal- umenl County, Wisconfan, n November 3, 1900 and came lo Lrthbririge wHli his parents in 1906. He was a miner and worked in the No. 6 and No. I mines of Lethbridge before be- coming Ihi Secretary of the United Miners Local Union No. 7302 from to 1937. He was Secretary of the Miners Trans- port from 1MO to 1K4 and Fi- nancial Secretary of the Leth- bridge Miners Club from.IMS to 19M. Besides hi: loving wife Emily he is survived by four daughters, Mrs. E. (Eleanor) Toil of Canary. Mrs. M. (Be- atrice) Luchanski and Mrs. R. (Joyce) Lagler boih of Leth- bridee, and Mrs. D. (Sfiaron) Kindopp of Oshawi, Ontario; 13 grairicHldreri; one brother, Charles Pirock of Wisconsin; and three sisters, Mrs, Helen Schmidt, and Mrs. Ann Pim- sanl, both of Wisconsin, and Mrs, Maragrd Narton of Ed- monton. He was predeceased by two brothers Phillip and Mi- chael both in Wisconsin. Funer- al serviea will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Thurs- day, April ID, WO at 2 p.m., with Carl C, Wessman officiating. Interment will tot- tow in the Mountain View Cem- etery. Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Gei PKC, C7H3 of was. held tt 4-00 p.m. Tuesday k the rhapeiV 703 13th St- Rev. James Ford o Active palabeiarers were 'Adam Krumes, Jamei Heam, Wiflace Philip and newphews Friek, Clif ind Ken KuhL Honorary palliearers were Ralph. Court- ney, WilKain Wx-dop and Frank Barnes. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Ma tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of'Fu- neral Service, vn in charge of Ihe arrangements. ROWLAND Fuwral ser- vice for Percy PenfoW Row- land, beloved husband of Mrs. Beatrice E. Rowtaorl of 244 15th St. N. who died suddenly in the city Wednesday, April 19m, at the age of 75 yean, was held at p.m.: Saturday m the Memorial Chapel, 703 ijth St. N., with Rev. R.. E. Eskdale of- ficiating. Active pallbearers were C. Ascroft, D. Cooper, J: Mirroy, G.'.Grisack, J. Peake and M. Varzari. Honorary paD- bearen.were Frank Hill, Roy Leslie, Jesse Crabb, Jrm Logan, WilMani Km anid Lionet Laqua. Interrnent wag io the Field of Honor in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. 15, His memory is as dear today, Ai in the hour he passed away. remembered ind sadly missed by Margaret1 family. BRACHA la loving me- mory of a dear husband, dad and granddad, Ernest Robert, who pissed away April 15, True was his heart, nil actions kind. His life was a pattern to One left behind. But his quite nature'and kindly .ways, Leave happy memories of by-gone days. -Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by hie; wife, Jay, Carti, Allen, Jean and their families. JSJ1 service was herd recently for Janet S. Hofl, one ot the founders 'of Taber. Mr. Hull, brother d Mrs, Flora H. Tome of Grassy Lake, passed away recently in Brig- ham City, Ulan, at the ige of 95- He was born March 29, 1674 in Hooper, Weber County, Utah. With his wife Mary Russell Hull, two brothers md their father William G. Hull, he moved to Taber in Ihe spring of and erected the first house in the new community the same year, In when Ti- ber became a village in the Northwest Territories, he erect- ed the Tabor Hotol, a two-sto- rey frame bdWiraj. .The name was changed to Tiber when in- corporation M a town look place Jury 1, 1907, accenting to available records. James Si- iron Hull mned and operated the Maple Sprtop Trout Hatch- ery In Mantua, Box Elder Coun- ty, tnd for li years WM Coun- ty game Warden, He also ser- ved as deputy steritf. Mr. Hull was instrumental in establish- ing what in now known u the world's Largest witd fowl ref- uge. in the when the Bear River went dry, R WM hii suggestion to build, dikes around the marsh area it the month of the river to srve the waterfowl. A grant of vias made by the United States gOTerrment, and in the official records Mr. Hull is named as the first nvarn lo start a witer- fowi reAagc in Ihe U.S. Newfoundland House, Prays For Spacemen By THE CANADIAN PRESS The NewfrjuDrJuand tamed from heal Tueariay-Bigtat lo 'of (tie- three American astronauts heading earthward from tht mcon. At the suggestion of Premier Joseph Stullwood, the house stood for two minutes of lileot prayer for the safe return of James A. Lovell Jr., Fred W. Haise Jr., and Jack L. Swigert Jr., trying to guide their crip- pled Apollo 13 spaceship back to earth. Mr. Smallwood abo inviled spectators in the public galler- ies to join the member! in silent prayer. Normally, spectator! take no part in legislature pro- ceedings. Strickeu Vessel Out Of Danger NEW YORK (AP) A fire in the erigine room of the British liner Akaroa, carrying 350 pu- sengers and crew, was reported eitlnguished today and the ship radioed that'no assistance i.e. needed, the U.S. Coast Guard said. The JM-foot ship was miles southeast of Ber- muda Trhen it reported the blaze. The distress rail was heard by a commercial radio station which notified the Cana- dian Coast Guard, The message was relayed ta U.S. Cotst Guard rescue.con- trollers dispatched a rescue plane and Ihe culler An- droscoggin. A spokesman said the cutter would continue to Mat it DM Ataroi'i raqueit. ;