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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta r. tfril J4, THf ItTHBBIDGE REBALD 23 C. a oLjcCllllS) mi i q repilnllng of fht side slucco walls of Ihe Watcrlon Perk School Gymnasium, lypt and qualMy painl lo be usec ii lo be spctilitd In Ihe Tende.' mosf be addressed lo: SecreUiry-Trcasurer W.Tlcrfon Park School Dhlrlcl Pfirk, AlK-rl.i Clwing dale fcr submission of Tender u Way 15, 1971. A70 UPON irrlgal Op Ai deem NOTICE APPLICATION THE UUITCD en Olslricl Cheese Taclory Co- s'n- Ltd are prepared to Re non-producer Shares it par tl shares or" ft Signei avil of less r.f said Snare certili will tc by the Beard CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TENDERS FOR SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL OPERATIONS Sealed lenders, clearly marked i Envelope "Tenders lor Solid V.'a! Disposal recciv al the Ollice of Ihe Purrhaslng Aqer Ciiy ot Ltilnbrlrfge, 16.0 Slh Sire North, Lelhbfidqe. Alfcorta until 1: p.m. M.D.S.T., Way for II Cclltction and Disposal of All Sol Waste lor Ihc Ciiy of Lclhbridge. Plans, and miy be o BT ire Office cf Ihe Purchasii Agenl by a Ccrlified Cnequc payable lo (he City Treasurer, Cily of Lethbridge, for B sum of nnd t Consent o Form for ih- Performanc Guaranty Bond described in the spe ciflca lions. A Bcr.d In the arroun! cf M per v.'lll be required eacti year of Ihe su, tfsiliil tenderer tlurinp th? li'e cl H DEATHS RIUKLUHl Passed away n Die city, Miss Dawn Vivian Uuellcr al lite age ol 17 years, jclovcd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. n. H. Mueller of CUi Avenue S. Born, raised and educated in Lethln-idgc, Dawn was a Grade 12 student aL LCI at the time ol her passing. Be- sides her parents slio is sur- vived by one sister, Lorna Jean and one brother, Martin Hoy, jolh at home and her grand- mother, Mrs. "Rosa Mueller ol LelJibridge. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Wednes- day at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13tll St. N., with Rev. Flor- ence Wilkinson officiating. In- :crmcnt will follow in the chil- dren's section, Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of Ihose who wish may don.ilc lo Ihe charily of their choice. MAUTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C15II5 COOPER Irene B r o w n jassed away in Ilaymond on Sunday, April 23, 19V2, at the age of 74 years, beloved wife ot Ihc late Reginald Waller Cooper of Raymond. Mrs. Cooper was bom in Salt Lake Cily, Utah on June 30, 1H97 and immigrated lo Canada with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Brov.n and settled in the Cnrd- slon area. She was married 1o Reginald Cooper, predeceased her on Oct. 2, 1909, on March 27, 1018 and slic moved (o Raymond where they were pioneers in farming and ranching. She spent many years of service lo her church and communily. Lefl lo mourn her passing are three chil- dren, Hazel Paxinan of Ray- mond, Helen Kitchen of Kdson, Alberta, and William Ccoper of Denver, Colorado; Iti grand- ctiildren and two great-grand- children, Funeral services will be held Tuesday, April 25, 1972 at 2 p.m., in Ihe Taylor Stake Chapel, with Bishop Dwayne Hall officiating. Friends may meet the family from 1 p.m. un- til prior lo Ihe service at Ihe church. Interment will fol- low in the Temple Hill Cem- etery. CHHISTENSEN SALM- ON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1501 FUNERALS UlillKSKN Funeral ser- vice for Calgary resident Wil- liam Dcrkscn, who dictl sud- Icnly al Vancouver Saturday, April n, 1072, was held at n.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 1112 3rd Ave. S. with Cant. I. K. Saycrs offi- ciating. Interment was In the Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- lin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of Hie Sl'EjVCIv Funeral service for James Leslie Spcncc, hc- loral liusliaiid of the late Sirs. Arvilla Spcnct: who died in the rily Friday, April H, after a brief illness at the age ot 84 years, was held p.m. Tuesday, Airil HI, 1972, in Mar- lin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 Mill St. K., wild Rev. Dr. H. W. K. Elliol officiating. Pallbear- ers were Alex Reid, Chuck Cockburn, Hud McLean, Kay Morgan, Roy Younger and Jim -McKay, Jr. Honorary pallbear- ers were J. D. McKay, Wallace McDonald. Ken Thierman, Wes Evcrson and Casey Plomp. In- terment was in Archmmint Memorial Gardncs. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fune al Service, was in charge cf the FUNERALS SHIELDS Funeral service for Mary Shields, who died April M, 1972, was held at p.m. Tuesday, April 10, 1972, in the Trinity United Church. Fort Maclcod, Peter Walker officiating. Pallbearers Tom Bedin c Id, KlberL Brooks, John Chester, Bcrl Ilealh, Charles Head) and Wil- liam Parker. Eden's funeral Home Ltd., Fort Mackod, Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. 1 FUNERALS NK.MI-'.TII Requiem mass for .Steve Kemclli. beloved Jms- liaml of Mrs. Annie Nemcth of 721 V'lh SI. S. who died suddenly in Ilif ciiy Saturday, April 15. IU7J, at thi! age of 07 years. was suid at a.m. Wed- nesday in St. Patrick's Roman Calhoiic Church with Hcv. M. Cillis, OMI, Ihe celebrant. Pall- bearers were Paul Derze, Sieve Orosz, Otto and Karl Lang, Sieve Boto and Galjor Tyukudi. Honorary pallbearers were Sieve Dobay, Andy Sala- mon, Steve Mazei, Pclel' Nagy, Mike Angal and Sieve Milrics. Ifileniienl was in Ihe family plot in HIB Mount Calvary ECC- Ucn of Mountain View Ceme- lery. Martin Bros. Direr tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of Ihe arrangements. FUNERALS CARD OF THANKS Funeral wrvitc KING _ I wish to extend my for Ilev. Oswald sincere Hunks lo my doctor, l.avers, beloved husband of Ihe I nurses, and stall, for'the wun- ate Mr. Margaret M, l.avers j dei-fiil care arxl i.'.lcntira 1 re- wno (lied in Ihc ciiy Sunday, i cejved during my recent slay in April IB, 1972, niter a brief ill- the Mimici; Hospital. Also a ness al the age ol KC years, spucial "Thank you" lo friends was held at p.m. Thursday and relatives lor visits, flowors, in Southmitisler United Cluircii gifts and cards. All so much apprcdnlcd. -Mrs. M. King, CIS Funeral ser- vice lor Angus Anderson, be- loved husband of Mrs. Isabelle Anderson of New Daylon who j died al Raymond Wednesday, HUNTKR Funeral service I April 19, 1972, at Ihe age ol 75 for Allan Morrison Hunter, he-' years, was held at 2 p.m. Frj- i loved husband of Mrs. Edna day. Api-il 21, l'J72, in Ihc l.ctlr bridge Stake Chapel with Bish- famiJy plot in Mountain View Ccmclery. Marlin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- Iluutcr of 702 7tli Ave. S. died in the city Saturday, April op Howard Ifamling officialing. 15, 1972, alter a brief illness al the age of 85 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in the Penlocostal Tabernacle, 520 7lh SI. S., with Rev. Kenneth Bunt- ing officiating. Pallbeare r s were Howard Good, Paul Man- ley, Del Kaupp, Gerald Hamil- ton, Otto Meyer and Raymond Austring. Interment was in Ihc Aclivo sons llficl, Mcylc, Gordon, Floyd and Dale Anderson. Hon- orary pnllbcarois were Jim with Ilev. Dr. ft. W. K. Klliot officialing. Pallbearers u-c r c II. L. Bailcv, jl. A. Henderson. R. C. Hill. J. Sauivkrs, S. Smith and J. Tcrrill. Interment was in Ihe family plot in Mountain Ccme- lery. Marlin Ltd., Direc- tors of Kunernl Service, was in charge of the arrangements. JU1IA57, Funeral service for Frank Juhasz, hu.s- band of Mrs. Machialia o[ 1110 21lh SI. S. who died in tho city Thursday. 1D72, after a long illness al the oflo of G3 years, V.T.S iicld Sat- urday in Martin Bros. Tradi- tional Chapel. 012 3rd Avo. S.. with Rev. F, Wilkinson raid Rev. Teles Pall bearers were G. Luccik. Jtj? and John Sieve ami Joe Chabay and Joe Interment was in (he Fie'd of Honor in Mountain View feme-! lory. Martin Bros. Ltd.. Direc-! tors of Funeral Service, Ham'liflg, Chris Branlncr, charge of the arrangements. Kelson, Slan Kent, Austin Skeith, Ted Bosserl, Clint Ted Bosserl, Trockslad. Forest Creeno, Tom Adams, Allan Erickson, A'or- man Paulson and Joe Viola. In- terment was in the Stirling Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors o[ Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAM TUTTLK In loving mem- ory of Nanny A. 'futile, who passed away April 1 am longing mother, dear, holding back a tear, for all [he happy hours we knew When I hear Uic church bells chime I recall those happj tnncs. My mother's voice us living for me in all that 1 ilc and in all lhat 1 see. My faith I'll renew forgetting my oaves. In memory of cliildhood and an prayers. miss you so, our hOurls arc sore, As lime goes by we miss you more, Your loving smile, your face, Xo cne can lill your vacaiil place. remembered and sad- ly missed by her family Francis Glcdys, Charles and Bcalricc. 677 Deaths Yesterday Il.v Till: CANADIAN 1'JIESS Saint John, N.I1. 11. Walsoi- James, 07, former Atlantic inccs' a g c n t-gencral in London, following a lengthy ill- ticss. I'aris Soo Young Lee, SI. South Korea's ambassador to France since. 19G5, by suicide. Vonkers, N.V, Raymond B. O'Neill, 05, retired national news editor of the The New York Times, in a car accident. Waterloo. Iowa Alicia M. Sullivan, 77. mother of five Sul- livan brothers who died when their warship sank during the Second World War leading Ihc U.S. Navy to prohibit all Ihe sons ol the same family from serving on the same ship. Cote, DS. vice-president and general coun- sel for Canadian National Rail- ways unlil his retirement last August. Lazareff, 65, general manager of the com- pany which publishes Franee- iKoir, France's biggest news- I paper, ami Elle, the country's leading women's, Mexico actor Jorge Mistral, 49, who played opposite such actresses as So- Iphia Loren, Simone Signorct j and Gina Lollobrigida o[ guii- 1 shot, wounds. B1TTEX BY IIAIIFS HELSINKI (Reulcr) A fish- i crnian and a seven-year-old girl liave been bitten by wild hares near Ilauhd, southern Finlnnd, i causing ollk-ials to open an in-1 less communication was made vosligation into the posibility of by Marconi from Ken foundland a rabies outbreak. in 1301, FIRST WITH W1RELBSS The first U-ansatlanU'c wire- STOLEN MEl.BOUnNE (Renter) Two ISth-cenlury violins, an Amali and a Derginii worth nearly S80.000, have been stolen from the home near here of re- tired profesional violinist Ilar- old Underwood. of rnt The lowest cr nny l iarlly accep'ccJ. V.'. Ponecli CITY Of LETHBRIDGE TENDERS OPERATION Of SANITARY LANDFILL clearly merXcd on fr.e as to will te received at trie Ottke of Hie Purchas- ing Agenr, City 580 Slh Street Morlh, Alcerra ontH P.'A., Mountain Daylight Saving Time. Way Illh, 1973. for ths operalion of the Ctly of Lelhbrldge Sanitary Landfill. Plans and Spncifkairons may tx ob- lained al the Office ol Ihe Purchasing Aaent tpor, a denoslr ol a PiTIV Dalfflr fsWOO) Cerfif'M Cheque whfch will te relundirl on Iho return good condition within four- teen days alter Ihc ofltclal open- Fnn of lenders. Each lender must be accompanied by a rertilied rhpquc or bid bond pay- ahls 1o Ihe Cily Trejjurer, Cirv d Lelnbridqe, fcr B sum not less Iran 5 ter cent of Ihc londcred price and a Consent of Surely Form for Per- romance Guaranlee Dond dtscriMd In Ihb SpeclfFcalions. A bond in the amount ol So Per cenl ol Ihe annual lender sum win be re- quired of the successful tenderer for Ihe faithful performance cf Ihe con- Iracl. larily PONtCH FUNERALS ZOBELI. Funeral service for Quinlon Bruce Zobell, be- loved son of Bruce and D.irlynn Zohell of died in the city Friday, April M, 1972, al the age of nine months, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 18, 1972, in the Christen- sen Cliapet with B i s 1) o p Dwayne Hall officiating. Cre- mation followed. Christens e n Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ment. SMITH Funeral service for Mrs. Margaret Smiln. be- loved wife of George S. Smilh of I14G Lakeview Drive who died in Hie city Sunday, April 10, 1972, at the age of 51 years, was held at p.m. Wednes- day, April 19, 1372, in the Mc- Killop United Church with Rev. Florence Wilkinson officiating. Pallbearers were Phil and Les Boon, Bud Davidson, U o n Gj-anlund. fieri McBurney and Dwain Sheldrake. Cremation followed. Chrislensen Salmon Funeral Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was In charge of the arrange- ments. TIIUI.L Funeral service for Mrs. Marie Louise Gertrude Thiill, beloved wife of Andrew Thull of Milk Itiver who riierl at Milk River Sunday, April 1C, 1972, at the age of 75 years, was held at p.m. Wednes- day, April 19, 1972, ill Ihe Chris- tcnsen Chapel willi Hev. Gra- ham Dickie officialing. Pall- bearers were Felix and Leon- ard VTcnsman, Joe Wobken- berg, Keith Skippcn, Art Weh- lago and Chris Kelt. Interment was in the Arcbmount Memor- ial Gardens. Chrislensen Sal- mon Funeral Hone Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. KJELDGAMID Funeral service for Mrs. Ada T. Kjcld- gaard, beloved wife o( Harvey P. Kjcldganrd of G03 Stafford Place who died in the city Sun- day, April IS, 1072, at the aRc fo 60 years, w.-is lield at 11 n.m. Wednesday, April 19, 1972, in Southminslcr Unilcd Church willi Rev. Dr. H. W. K. Klliol I officiating. Pallbearers were j Cecil and Kcilh Lynn, CJinrlcs Smith, Cecil McN'cely, Richard Marlin and Alvin Hagen. Inter- ment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Christcnscn Salmon Funeral Home Lid.. Directors of Funeral Service, was in Charge of the arranccmcnls. When you buy a lop quality A-l used car al Dunlop Ford you more than a hand shake. You not only gct lop qualilyr lop selection and greal value you get the- latis Dunlop Fort! extend the manufat. wnrfnnly lo o full 90 doyi il's like buying a car and having a free mechanic ol your beck and call faction of knowing MIC A-l used car oF your choice is 100% guaran- teed for 30 days. FOR THE FIRST 90 DAYS! FOR 30 DAYS! Iho delivery of a new car, Dunlorj ford fa Ices over wilh their 90 Day Uncondilronal Gunrnnlee. c( Dun I op Ford renlly do care aboul our cuslomcri Wo olsvays have 100 Brond New Corj nncf Trucks in sjcclc al Ihc possible prices carry Dunlop's cxtlu- sive 90 Day Think oboul it no labour cesis no parl costs we of Dun'op Ford uncondilionolly guarantee the A-l used car of your choice 100% For 30 days listed below ere just n of ihe Ihoroughly recondilioned A-l used cars we have (or you 1969 CORTINA 2 DOOR G.T. cylinder, 4 speed, Clean. ONLY S1895. 1971 METEOR R5DEAU A NEW CAR OR TRUCK? Sedan, V6, nulo, P.S., rodio, miles, clean. ONLY GIVE DUTOP FORD 1970 FORD LTD 4 DOOR HARDTOP BROUGHAM Air conditioned and s'creo....... 1971 F250 EXPLORER i-TON VB, ciutomnlic rodio........... 1970 PLYMOUTH SPORTS FURY Fully equipped, buckets, stereo. OUR FACILITIES ARE ONE TOP TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES FOR YOUR PRESENT CAR. REMEMBER WHEN YOU BUY A NEW OR A-l USED CAR AT DUNLOP FORD IT'S LIKE GETTING A FREE ME. CHANIC. OF THE MOST MODERN IN CANADA TO SERVE YOU BETTER. Jusl eric of Ihe rnemberi of Ounlop foffl'l fuom of highly -qualilicd licenced mechanics specializes in Engina Tune- Up ond electrical repair, lloyd been with Dunlop Ford 3 years, recently married, resides in North Lelhbridge. Convenient Low Rale OPEN HOURS: Corner M.M. Drive and 16lh Ave. S. Weekdays 8 a.m. to 9 p.m Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.' Phone 328-8861 ;