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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 75 CONTRACTS RAIN PAINrillG AND QECOR- allny Wall papor, and spray. Iny. fcv esllriiofcs. phcn? GARAGE BUlLOmG C G W E N T i n or.-J ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAIN1ENAIJCE NO CHANG i IKG. PHOtJE JONES ROORKG, Ill If CONCRETE WORK ttarjgti. Guaranteed work, free J miles. Pluno I Jlirths, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams Thursday, April 70, 1972 _ THE UTHBRlDGE HERAID 19 DEATHS mom, framing, finishm small. Free eillmates. FREE ESTIMATES recrtaijcn rooms, kllcheni, b '.i er any Iyer of tiling. Yay are tndtr no ob' ADVANCE LUMBER Co, Lid. Cor 2nd Avc. anrl si. S. n. A" 'cupkaids' I llel I'ai'll, Iliuhaild of Ilila o' "'C I'cigan Inilinn Ilcsorvc. lie is also survived by six suns, Isadorc, I.co, Joe, Stanley, Anlhony ami Peter; Uiree daiiglitcis, Angelinc Morning Dull, Amy Little Leaf and Cornelia. Tlic' [uneral ser- vice lie licld in SI. Paul's Koimin Catholic CJmrcli, Brock- et, Saturday at a.m., Hev. G. Forlier ofliciatinfj. In- ll ermcnt IIrochet Cemetery. n n c r a 1 arrangements by TENDERS Traders Unit N of VULCAN No. 7, Vulcan. ir Sdlo by lender the chccl Luies: sudniHed en Indivl- uied _ Cyl. 15 1963 Chev 6 42 11 1W C. rV.C 3 21 1943 6 34 41 1961 Dodge E it, 43 19 tU Fargo fl 1W Forgo 8 I-i lenders may be iufin ills or 1clal ns 1 may La Inspect ial on Unili i nitnl. Icrms Ciish Pciiesilon dale JL :0, ferfifiecf for 10 c cl tender in-jsl artorr.pjny Tenders accepted until no-n May 1hf K. H. GATENBY Sectary Treasurer Ccunly ol Vulcan tlv 1 Vulron, AILcj-la fl Passed away in lie cil.y on Monday, April 17, u "lengthy HL- ic's.s, .Mrs. Jane Mary Louise at (he age of 47 yeni's, i beloved wife of Mr. Conrad C. Pilling of 2202 8th Avenue A S, The funeral service will bo held I on IViduy al p.m. in Mar- I tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL, 703 13 St. N., with Rev. Dr. U. W. K. Kiliotl officiating. In- Icnncnl will follow in (lie fam- ily plot ArchmounL Memorial In litu of flowers, friends donate to the Ca- nadian Cancer Society 409 Can- ada Trust BUlR. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of I-'u- COUNTY CF i ncral Service. LETHBRIDGE NO. 26 CARDS OF THANKS THE l> U V 0 N NTHS1NC1 IIOAIE wishes I o lhank all hose from Lcilibridgc and Hardicvifla who donated nnrt Helped in any way at our Spring Bnke Sale in C'cnire Village Mall. Winners of the rafPe: Mrs. Nivon Cake 612 loth St. S. Mrs. Ilcimer rug 3309 Clh Ave. S. 30tl I wish to cx- tcnil injr sincere thanks to my frier.tls and neighbors for the cnrds, flowers and kindness I received I was so long in the Foothills and Inlor in the General Hospitals in Cal- gary. I Ihnnk you one and all. Dewecrt. 336 C1430 TENDER NOTICE Tenders Icr Ihe suppV of Icirow- inq herbicides are nerpny Inviled1 1C1-JS rlrun-.i C[ 3-j-D Lo- Vplafilo 9ft Of. add per galkn cr (2) gflllcn cfrumi )4 01 acid per cr equivalent c' Felng F.O B. Plclure Buife Tenders to be cfeorly marKeJ "Chfm- Sfrrclary Treasurer by p rn. 2. DeSvery muit two 12) v.eefcs c' sccfplar.te cl Assl. Eerrelsrv TreaiL County Cf Lc-Thbrio'ge 31 f iSlh icrJir, Lclh'-rldgc, Alberta. PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HWYS. TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH Sealed Tendcri v.lil b-? rsce Inc undcrsignEd up 13 11 Slandard rime tci Wen day. f.'oi Hie cf tr.E I v, k: Project: S R- 595 Hillsdo.-.n lo V.'cjl cf II.'., Mifp 0 la Aliff II Asplialllc Ccncrcle Biisr-P clher -wcrk S.R. VJesI 21 to Jet. Mile 1? 1J lo II. 14 crelc Paverr.e lled by 1. 1H3 Approxim Toni r.f Gravel 1R5.0DO Tcn-V.iles Haul Cc.ntr.icl ancJ lions may fcp obtained at Office cf Ir.e Chief Englr.eec, HighA-ays Buird- ing. Edmonilcn, AlCerla, the OUke cf Ifie DiJfrief Lnginter, Uu7 Sixth Slrfel N.W Calgary. Alceda, anJ Ihe rj.r hbVirJgD, Alter l be avail.ihfe only to ind iciled, rcgitlered and Province cf Altcrla, cr ps or corporations rtgMi-ie in and who have esiab e cf Alberla. A depos'l cf T Dollars (125.00) will be re ch ccpy of Contract and a, and iduals parl ;ns (aker Each bid try hnnd equRl lo Tenders will Icw.csl or- Tender actepfed. Dpputy fAinialtr cl I Transp.xl. jil Ihe Tender. k public Tho A5E PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT iari v.lil K received by up lo II A saving Tirr.e on Vktanes- dv. 3' 1972 fcr G' (olfov.ing svork. ID E. cl JicWisn CruK Mjrlecll ID W. Scale wish to lliauk (he doctor, nurses and stsll of St. MichaoVs Hospital and Eclilh Cavcll Nursing Homo for tlic care and kincincss shown James Spencc wlulc a patient there. Thanks also to our friends and Ihe many acts o( kindness and expressions of sympathy shown us during our recent sad bereavement. --The Spencc family. 370 HANEY We would like to express our appreciation lo all hose who helped us celebrate CLEVELAND Passed nway in the city on Thursday, April 20, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Miss Margaret Ella Cleveland at the age of 75 years of I.elhbridgc. Born in Hiclimond Quebec the late Miss Cleveland came lo LethhrirJge in 19J8 and joined the Bank of Commerce, remaining with the firm until her retirement in 103G. She is survived by two sisters, airs. Mabel Dawson, Lctlirjridgo, Mrs. Constance Hcevc, Toronto, one niece, Mrs. Margaret Andrews, Vancouver, and one nephew, Dean lleevc, SI. John's Newfound- land. She was predecascd by Ihrce brolliers, Harold, Charles and Ned. The funeral service will be hold on Saturday, at a.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue Rev. L. Crisficld officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direclors of Funeral Service. C1440 I our Diamond Wcddirg Aimiver- sai-y on March 27. Wc would es- pecially like to extend our to our many relatives, neighbors and friends who brought gifts and foccl and UK lovely plaque and jeweflry; Ihe Picture Suite Lions Club for (he beautiful roses and lo fhe Iron Springs .Old Timers As- sociation for the Easter Lily. find Leone Haney, Piclure Bullc. 347 ZoBELL We would like to thank the Pedialric Staff at St. Michael's Hospital for Ibeir loving care o[ our son. A very special thanks to the doctors who helped so much our son to give 115 as much lime as possible with him. Thanks lo everyone for send- ing cards, flowers, gifts, dona- lions and who helped in any way during our recent bereave- ment. Our very specinl lhanks to everyone. Darlynn and Kacie AXDKHSON Angus, pass- ed away in Raymond on April 19th, 1072 at (lie age of 7n years, beloved husband of Mrs. Isabelle An- derson of New Dayton. Mr. An- born in Monroe, on November inmiierntcd to Cannria day he served in the U.S. Army al and immigrated to Canada the was lAvcnly-one. He n the U.S. Army al Camp Kernoy, California. He relumed (o Canada in 1910 and look up farming and ranching in the Tyrclls Lake District, where ho remained until his passing. He married Ada Erickson November leili, 1821, who predeceased him in 192Q. He married Jsauelle Beres Way 3rd, 1933. He enjoyed Rood live- stock such as good horses, hogs and purebred callle. He was an active memljcr ot the L.D.S. Church and lield Ihe position of Sunday School Superintendent of the Tyrells Lake Branch for many years. He leaves to incum his passing, besides his loving wife, Isabelle, seven sons Reid, Floyd and Lyndon of New Dayton, Moylc of Wren- (ham, Rex anil Gordon of Ray- mond, Dale of Kclou-na, B.C.; two daughters, Mrs. Gordon (Barbara) Snor of Raymond and Mrs. Gordon (Judyj Coop- j of New Daylon; Trudeau silent on vote OTTAWA (CP) Prims Min- ister Trudeau made no move Wednesday to call a general el- ection and was needled about it New Democrat MP Edward Droadbent. Mr. Broadbcnt asked whether tlie result of the latest Gallup Poll, released Wednesday, caused Mr. Trudeau to back away from a June election. Mr. Trudeau didn't reply as Commons Speaker Lucien La- "nourcux ruled the question out I order. But he did some rec- iting liimself. As motions called and keyed up [or a possible an- lounccincnt, fixing their atlcn- ion on him, Mr. Trudeaii half ose as if to make an announce- ment, then sat down. iAVE NO HINT Liberal MPs said he gave hem no hint of his intentions at lie weekly caucus meeting car- 'ier. "They don't call him the sphinx for when asked whether iccn alile to read anything from Trudeau's attitude or re- marks at the meeting. One theory now is that a snap judgct may be called for early next u-eek, and be fotowed by an election call. June ID at June 27 appear prime dates. If an election is to be held June, Parliament must he dis- solved by the end of the month, he major reason for the elec- tion talk on Parliament Hill. Bombs damage Geologist dies a I Calgary CAI.GAHY (CP) Rudolph Martin of Calgary, a prominent petroleum guuicgisi,