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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Z2 IHf lETHBRIDGE HERALD Snluuloy, April 29, TJ72 Jn JM. e ra m s BIRTHS DEATHS Till-11, .Uv an.i IVrotliy STON.IKCK passed away arc pleavd (o amnmec tin- birlii' suddenly in the cily on Weil- of a son David, bum April :V-, lu'sday, April 2li, 1972, Mr. lio- 197J, S', HospiUil. A laiKl Henry Stonjcck al the new brother AT .h ItOMHOl'I'M U'nik'i- Susan would like in Ihe ar- rival ol a aew sislrr. Allison Gail. April "Mi. Ulls' sell and Doreen are tlie promt "PUBUC N of ICE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALDERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LC7HDRIDGE li tr-e m.il.er "-e d JOHN PARK Wfla, en c'> f efcruary, TAKE NOTICF Ih.i' jli pcrwis. hav Ing claims uocn fEsla'c c' the flf3.c mm' file wiih underpinned Solicitors by Ine 30 'n day cf 1777 a full s'alerr.enf C-' cMimS t.Td of secfjftl'ic'j he'1' by mem. PRITCHARD, HIGA AND BORAS No. mi Me i. Lethbrirjge, AtLsrla Solicitor j !sr ihe AS' Disneyland Tour June 26 July 9 per person PHONE STSVE KOCH NORTHERN BUS LINES 327-3536 beloved son of Mi. ami Mrs. W. A. KUmjeck of St. S. A gcnvcsi.de scrvk-e held on Saturday at in., with Paslur W. j nlficiating. Inlcrmenf followed in Mountain View Conelen. MAHTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- j lois of Funernl Service. C1M-I C Inr n Mdintl.i. passed away In tlie city on Fri- day. April 2llfh, 1972, at Hie age of HU wife of Ihe late John Sliafcc of Calgary.! Mrs Sliafer was born in Kieli-1 nioiKl. Utah, and came I o Canada in MIH. She leaves lu monrn her passing three sons Meilin of Ogelen, Ulali. Willard of Calgary, Jack of PcnticUm: five Mrs. Lucile Bel- sheim of Welaskiwin, Mrs. Venla Crapo of Mrs Marie Offin of Mica Creek, D.C., Mrs. Ona Finstad i o[ Slave Lake, and Mrs. Zola i Binincniian of Naninmo, U.C.: 40 grandchildren and many (.a-andchildren: three sisters. Mrs. Cliole Soren- scn of Magrath, Mrs. Pear! Low and Ada Funk of Sail Lake City. Ulan. Funeral ser- vices will he held in the Christenscn Cliapel on Monclaj May 1st at 10 a.m., with Bis hop Huedon Sclk officiating, following which those going to the Queen's Park Cemetery in Calgary will meet at 3 p.m. al Graveside. CHMISTENSEN SALMON FUNERM, HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice. C16J2 DEATHS HHOWN Frank, passed in LcthbridgG on Thurs- day, April 271h, 1972, at Hie of I'.o years, beloved husband al Mrs. JCIizaliclh Drown of Ma- P'nlh. Mr. Hrowii ivas born in Wisfgnsin, January Will 1892, and camo to Canada in 1913, i he worked and homc- Mt-adccl ill the Twin Hiver Dis- trict lie I'odu for the Commun- ity 1'asUirc in that Dislrict I ruin until 1WU when he mnved to Mafirath and pur- i lia.SL'd a home and operaled a Business lor about 12 years when he took a }ob with the Town of Magrath until lie retired in 1MB. lie leaves lo mourn his passing besides bis lovini; wife Elizabeth, six step- children, Mrs. Charles (Clara) Hlai-kbnrn ot Sanla Ana, Calif., Daniel Bean of Coram, MonC Mrs. I.ily Giants cf Liimly, li.C., Mrs. Orrin (Ella) ToUo- strup of Contts, Dennis Bean of Missoula, Mont., Mrs. Mur- ray (Kditli) Scott ct Nelson, H three grandchildren: DEATH Cil.MMl Charles, of Blair liuluved husband of Enid Cilniav of Blairmore, passed in the Cruvvsnesl I'ass Hospital on Friday, April 28, J972. al age -18 years. Funeral se) vices will be annonneed when completed by I'ANTIN t'llAPKLS LTD., Blainnorc. C1MO IN MEMORIAMS MVI.MCII In loving mem- ory of u dear mother, grand- mother and (jrenl-Bi-aiidmollwr, Elizabeth Miilncr, who passed away April 29, 1971. Her memory is onr greatest treasure, In our hearts she will live forever. rem'.'niuc-rcd by Bill, Kuna and family 1017 CARDS OF THANKS liSNCr I wish lo extciul my silicon' thanks lo lllo doclors, and stnd for the wonder- ful and aUention 1 re- during my recent slay in the Maymond Municipal Hos- Mfo .-i special thank you to friends and relntivcs for IN MEMORIAMS VAN DEN 1IKNCEL In loving moniory of a dear father, John, who passed nway April 29. 1968. While yon, dear fattier, rest and sleep, Your Icvinc memory we'll always keep. remembered r.ml sad- ly missed by fs'ancv and Darryl, loan IN MEMORIAM CA.IKA In loving memory ol a dear husband, fatboj and grandlalher. .lolm Cajkn, who passed away'.May 1U30. C a I and oMci'tui he is slee'rir.fc, Sweclc.sl rest thai follows pain: who Itvcil luin sadly miss him. Hut trusl in God to rncel again. ycmemK-vccl sr.dly niLssrd by his wife, .Mary nr'l Joe. and Chiklren. 1015 OUICI1 In memory ot a dcLIC (ather iincl grand- father, Han-y Orich, wlio nasa- VAN IIUONSWYK III lov- Ing memory of a dear lirollicv, Leo Van Uronswyk. who passed away April 3d, Timo catmut dim th-: face I love, The voice I heard each flay, The many things he used to do and say, In his hind and loving way In my heart he will always stay Loved ami remembered every j day. remembered by j his sister, Colty Wfiluron! and family. Clu36 DI'Al- In memory of n dear father ami grandfather, Henry Deal, who passed away April 30, 1970. but memories as we journey on, Looking for a smile from a faro (hat is gone. But we keep in our memory 1110 love or Ihe pasl For deep in our hear Is it was planted lo lasl. --.Sadly missccl by Harold, Hcfen, Ucv and Terry, 1019 visits iiowcrs, Rifls and cards, j ed away April 1970. Thiswasallsincerclyappreci.il.! You fell asleep without good, cd. --Mrs. Owen King. 1013 IN MEMORIAM OltlCII In loving memory o[ a clear father and grand- father, Harry Orich, who pass- ed away April 30, 1970. Two years have passed since (hat sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay. A million words cannot ex- press. Onr heartaches, sadness and loneliness. remembered by Iris son Mall, daughter-in-law Lvicille and grandsons. 1010 SMOKKMCSS JKTS Airline officials in (he United S'aLc.s promise Ihat hy abonL 61 per cent of (he jetliners will he smokeless. CI.OSK EYES Turtles have moveable eyelirls which are closed when Uisy are a.slcep. .l.l.MKS I would like lo ex-j lend my thanks to my doclor! and assistants and all nurses three Rreat grandchildren; 33 four and two in the slop grandchildren and 18 Municipal Hospital of .step great grandchildren, for wonderful care I had diir- llc was predeceased hy his hospilah'atior, iiany first wife Rosanna in 1050 and iy a son Walden in Fu- leral services will he held in To this (lay we know not No words can say. no (Towers repay', The less we had two yea s today. missed when we la J him lo rest by Pnlly. FranJ, Keith and Di'an.is Budie. 1018 tfW FRANK WEBBER FARM AUCTION SALE 1 mile north of Johnson Bros. Sawmill, Cowley, Vi mila milos norlh, 1 mile east and 1 mile south. Follow tho tigns. Wednesday, May 3rd 11 a.m. TERMS OT THE SALE ARE CASH U.C.W. Uidiei will lunch aT a nominal Fea MH Jd qai (rarlor; MF 10 power fake olf baler) Inland lix-hale nu.omalic .janitor; JD No 37 trail typ- mcwerj JD i'de del-very ratte; JD 4-wheel rubber lired wogonj IHC rod wi-eder; Jet weed spray; Spring fjolh MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT Forney cleclnr: welder tomplelc; bale lion grain cutjer; 500 gallon, two compartmenr gas 300 gallon, single comparimcnl gai tank and stand; trac- lor chains-lBx30; eleclric soldering iron; wood plane; assorlment of wood exronsion bils; two swede sawi, spark plug Jirsf pjmp; weed burner; several electric motors; far) die jet; speed indicalor; McCullojgh 10 h.p. oulboard motor with gcs lank; blacksmith longs; Super- Atom fence charger; 300 leel of one inch plaslic hose, approx.; posr drill; fence sfrctcher; Fret hacV variety of imall hand lools; acvcral and rip hand gerry con; post vjce; Half an anvil; two smoll whneli; three waler tanks; set o( eaiy-outs Iwine; paint spraying outfit; five gallons linseed oil; crow bars; sewing horse; block and ro-.tcle; grinder and motor; sprayer punip; good ossf. of naili; wagon ralf feeding poili; gos pump; fork? and j hovels r ex I en si on cords; Inrgt screw jack; spiril I eve I j hand I urn grass seeder; biote end bils end keyhole saws; I raps; chfck feeders; never slip horseshoe scale; asst. of double irees and neck yokes; cream can; eh i Ids sleigh; post hole digger and cleaner; ossf. of sacks; roll smoothe Stilson scale; extension cords; feed boiler) asjf. fiorie harness; calf puller; dehorners; Ifuck cnarns; electric five gallon gns ran; mi Ira box; severe I rails barbed lo be sold for ihn Junior HOUSEHOLD AND MISCELLANEOUS GE elec'ric range; largo Philco fridge; kitchen tab la and four tViairs; Kodak 500; electric fans and healers; chrome Vitchen stool; Cole man camp slovc; Colcman lantern i; alu- gollon crock r several j mo Her crocks; dash churn; chrome labfc and I wo chairs; garden hose; two couches; sealers; wash tubs; bird canes; lea pols; pressure conker; vacuum cfaaner; coinbinaDon coaf and propane range; Bfssoll carpet iweepor; pols and lown seat; bulrc-r churnr rake; nrJd kitchen chairs; cooker; curtain rods; good as- sortment of dishes; pails and buckets; copper boiler; oil heater; sewing horse; toboggan; boirle capper; d'm- fng loblc and 3 loaves. ITEMS Of INTEREST Tfiomas. Ediion Gromaphone, scriol Mo. cow bells; table; Norfhern Electric telephone, complete; saw and ice tongs; water kettle; sever ol coal oil lamps; pitcher, bowl and chamber; side saddle; draw gas Jron, fin! irons; babbot pof and ladlu; rep sealers; a st. of hollies; colored sealers; several old jugs; 14-lyne fork; cant hoc IT; several Mai irons wilh handle; shoes; casf iron dulch OVCMI; very old round ice box, sevnial pickle jugs; cuspador; hair and curlen used in Ihe old coal oil lamps; old ilj-aight sheep shears; large picture frames; ccnlrr; labfe; coal oil lantern; butter paJdlc; slock saddle; old Phifco radio; Kodak Instamoric Camera; old violin; cabintl sel; old Irunki. AUCTIONEERS NOTE Having been favorr.d with instruction! from Mr. and Mrs. Woblier, we will offer for public the above ilcmi. Dcscriplioni cjivon nrn descriptive only and In no way orprejs warranties, ocfunf or implied TJiii promijei to hn an intereiling iolfl ai many odd lie ml are not liiled. SAIE CONDUCTED BY DON WALPER AUCTIONEERING REAL ESTATE PINCHER CREEK AUCTIONEERS DON WALPER ROY FJORDBOTTEN lit. 010295 Lie. 010237 PINCHER CREEK GRANUM he MagraLh Lutheran Church in Tuesday May 2nd at 2 p.m., vith Hcv. Zimmerman of- icialinij. Inlcrincnt will follow ti the MaRrntii C c m clery. CUKISTENSKN SALMON FU- NEHAL HOME LTD., Dircc- .Qrs of Funeral Services. C1G41 1IOOAN Passed nway in he city on Thursday, April 27, 072, following a brief illness, Mrs. Jano Annie- Hogan al the oC 80 years of Coalhursl, uc- ovcd wife of tlic late Mr. Thomas IIoRan. Born, raised nd in England, the ate IVfrs. marrietl Mr. Thomas Hogan in 1901 and in !K13 they came to Canada nth the Barr Colony and wnicstcaded. in the Saskatoon area. They moved to Edmon- on in 1910 and in 1069 she came o CoaltiursL (o live her daughter and resided there un- ;il her passing. She was pre- :leccaseft hy her luishancl in 1931 and by one ion and is sur- vived byf two dnughters, Mrs. L. (Annie) McLaren, Coal- luirst, 'Mrs. G. (Eleanor1) Knott Calgary; seven grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren; one sislcr, Mrs. H. (Edith) Wil- liams, of Burnaby, n.C. and one brother, Mr. Joe Robson of Ed- monton. The funeral service will be- held at p.m. on Tuesday, May 2, 1072, in Mar Un Bros. TRADITfONAL CHAPKL, with Pastor C. C. Wcssman officiating. Infermenl will follow in tlic Archmounl Memorial Gardens. F r i e n d s may pay their respects .nt Mar tin'Bros. T H A D I T I 0 N A I CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S. phone 320-2.161. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of Funera Service. C1G43 hospitali7aticrs. to my friends and rel-1 who visited me with I Til lu loving rncnion dear mother ami fir and- lowers, cards letters. Also I mother. Klizabclli (BettjO ZcitJi, any Ihnnks to my daughter j who passed uwr.y April Zl, 1971 s- md 'family. Grace James. 10H CLK.MEXTS and Mrs. r'iclor (Pcnnal wish j o lliank their many friends and elatives for the w n n d e r f u I jarty Riven to them on the oc- tn o( Iheir wedding an- niversary- also for the lovely cards, gifts and money which j hey received. A special think i to all those who helped in j any way lo make this a happy and memorable occasion, 108] KJKLDGA.AUD Harvey, tennis, Jerry and families would ike to extend their sincere thank you to all ot their many 'riends, neighbors and relatives 'or (lie food, flowers, cards and kind thoughts extended to them -luring the recent loss of their clear wife, mother aixl nana, A .pocial thank you to the doctors and mirscs of St. Michael's Hos- pital for their fine efforts while she was a patient there. 726-29 PlLLliNT, I wish to extend my sincere thanks to my doc- tors, nurses, and staff, for tho wonderful care and attention I received during my recent stay in the Municipal Hospital, A special "thank you" to (hose who aUended to me at the time of my accident. Many lhanks also to friends and relatives for visits, flowers, gilts, and cards. Everything was greatly appre- ciated. Mr. Lyn Pillinfi 90229 To hear your voice, to scfi you To sit ami talk with y on To he together in the same old way Would our dearest wish to- day. Always loved and sadly missed by: Irene and Don Hill Peter ar.d Pearl Zcilh Richard and Iris O'Brien Richard and Corinnc Grocutt and all her grandchildren. icm OElini los'ing memory i ol i dcir iathcr. grandfather mid pro it grnndfiithcr, Harry nV f V w h o J, PT ctl a w a y j T 30, UI70. who loved sadly miss you. H Ever rcmcm- by Mr. j and Mrs. Vic- tor Clements and family; and Mrs. Bill Orich and Mr. family JOQ2 INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 tower Floor 517 4th Ava. S. Phone 327-1541 EATON'S HEARING CENTRE NEW! from SIEMANS ECONOMY HEARING AIDS H. W. MATHESON Cert'f'eH Hear'ng Aid Audiolog'st Look at these features 1. LOW INITIAL COST 1. LOW BATTERY EXPENSE (6 monlhi an one ballery) 3. SIEMANS EXCELLENT QUALITY 4. EATON'S UNSURPASSED GUARANTEE Come in sac and try 1hese aids without obligation THURSDAY, MAY 4th Eaton's Slerno Room Phono 327-8551 for appointment H, W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Member of National Hearing Aid Socieiy Member of Alberra Heaj-jnQ Aid Deafen' Ann GRANT KRISTJANSON GcriGrnl Service Manager CANADA TRUST APPOINTMENT DON ROY The Canada Trusl Cotnpnny pleased la announee ihol Don floy hern oppoinfad tr. a Pool Eslcic Sales Rcpre- scnfaljvc BriFn nnrf raised in Lclhbridqr-, Don hm been for fho pail 18 years engaged in I ho build i" lupplics end home tonslruclion ihrougrioul Soulhern Alborta anrf B C. Being well qualified, ho would iho Ify of ierving your Real Fslole rtrquiromcnls. When conlfrmplalmg iKn huytnq or idJinfj of your or flfaVr home, Don o coif. IN MEMORIAMS VAN HENGEI. In loving memory of a clear rather and grandfather, John who passed away April 29, 1068. Treasure him, Lord, in your garden of rcsl, For svhen on earth lie was one of the best. remembered by Shir- ley, Honda and Pete. 10-17 VAX DEN HEN'fiEI, In loving memory of a dear father and grandfalher, John, who passed away April 2n, His memory is as dear today As in Ihe hour he passed away. remembered and sad- Iy missed liy Tonic, John and kids. 10HD OllrCir In loi-irg memory of a fntht-r, grandfather, and grcat-Rrandfatlrer, Harry Orich. who passed away April 31. It's been livo ye.nrs since that sad day. That (led has tnkeri you nsvay. Witii our memories you aro Wosswl, Sadly misswl h" was Llw. hoM remembered by daughlcr Rose and granrf- t'hildrr-n and Mr, and Mrs. J. Coodhand and great-grand- iwc-a) SMALL Passenger traffic on sched- uled U.S. airlines during the first half of [071 increased (wo IXT cent over the fir.sl half of DEL KAIJPP Service Co-Orcfinolor SERVICE SPEOAL! Take advantage.of this very special MONEY-SAVING offer! ................................3.25 ................................4.40 .............................3-70 1135 6-00 CompEeto Lubrication Oil Change Install New Oil Filter uegular Price HAIF PRICE SPECIAL OFFER GOOD UNTIL MAY 31 sH Please present this coupon for your service special offer! This Coupon Entitles JOF VOORT ,5.1. Snrv'ico Monoge To receive Service Special of (reg. 511.35 value) I Includes complete lubrication, oil change, new oil fitter OFFER GOOD UNTIL WEDNESDAY, MAY 31sl! I Grant (Service Manager) IKE DYCK Body and Man OPEN HOURS: 7.30 a.m. p.m. Doily and Neon Sci.urday! PARTS AND SERVICE DEPT. 9th STREET AND 3rd AVENUE NORTH PHONE 327-5705 Time Plon The Lethbridge Symphony Association Presents their FINAL CONCERT OF THE SEASON Monday, May 1st p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE FEATURING THE LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY CHORUS Condutlor WAITER GOERZEN SoloiiH: ARTHUR HUNT and WAITER GOERZEN FOSTER TRIO FRANCIS QUINTET MY VAR1ER GROUP KAUFMANS DUET LIMITED RUSH TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR ;