Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE IETHHIDQE HERALD Aufluit 1979 CONTRACTS OARAGE CE.V6NT and and Sor-nscn 10 KILLED IN BUS South Africa IMS 7th Ave. S Phone _ Eight adults i STEINER CEViENT old wa'sr p'ooflng. In- estimates. C3641-M ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- SNG. PHONs JONES SO- small children were killed when a bus overturned near this east- ern Transvaal town po- lice S LamJ Uf Jrn FUNERALS FUNERALS ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK. Coed workmanship and prompt ser- vice. Reasonable. Phone Mike or 32S-14K. 7573-as SO- nl IDI qm.w PUBLIC NOTICE DEATHS REPAIRED BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. etc. Hauling Jim 328-fftl PAINTING AND DECOR- ating. Vary very reasonable. Phor.a nwn evenings 315-4570 PRIVATE Homes only. Complete painting service. Reasonable rates Guaranteed work. Per estimates phone KS-03W 7093-3T PLEASE READ YOUR AD Shsulo fis'r v-i.-tfeeT.entB Irai REPORT ERRORS in tlmt fur nexr Insertion. The Herald Is only responsible for tfct flrsl PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE Nola Jean havlpg 'iff my bed trd I will no longer oe responsible for debts Incurred by nsr unless personally autho'Ized by the undersigned cr Ms company. Signed DEAN OSEEM Sundial Valley Farms LM AltS. A2S INVITATION TO TENDER VILLAGE OF WARNER Sealed marked for Lagoon Outfall will be received by the Sesrerary- Treasurer up until p.m. M.D August the Village Office In Warner. The wirk consists of construc- tion of a single cell sewage cttbll'ia- ticn lineal feet of 10 Inch outfall and related appurten- anc.es. Borva-fldi contractors may ofctain plans anc sptclficetlons from the of- fice of the Cersultlng Engineers In Cal. en deposit of J2J.CO in the form of fi certified cheque nude payable to the which amount will be refunded upcn the return of the above documents In good order wltfiln ten days of the date fixed tar the closing of tenders. If net returned within the above the deposit will for- feited. Tenders must be accompanied by a written consent of end a cer- tified cheque cr bid bend made pay- able to the Owner In amount of 10 percent of the tendered amouni. The successful Kddsr will be required to post a So per cent Performance Bond within ten cf being awarded the contract. The Owner reserves the right to waive Informalities or reject any or all or to accept the tender mcst favorable fo- the Hfs. P. Secretary-Treasurer Village of Warner Alberta D. G. Consulting Engineering LTd 733S Flint Read S.E. Alberta T2H 1G2 A27 CAREERS 2 JOURNEYMEN MECHANICS REQUIRED .Modern equipped shop. Full company benefits. Apply to service manager Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile 2nd and 8th Street S. Lethbridge away in the city on August following a lengthy ill- Mrs. Helene Alma Anna Kunsi at Hie age of 96 of 725 15th St. beloved the late Mr. Fredrich W. Kunst. Born in the late Mrs. Kunst came to Can- ada in 1903 and settled in Leth- bridge and all that time has lived at T2S 15th St. S. She was not e'jle to be as active in com- munity affairs as slie would have liked as she suffered poor health all of her life. She -was married to Mr. Fredrich Wil- helrn Kunst in Germany in 1896 and was predeceased by her loving husband in and by three daughters and one son. She is survived by one Miss Anna Kunst ol five Egon ol Black Walter of St. Frank of Alvin of Ed- Henry of 12 grandchildren and 13 great- i grandchildren. The funeral ser- vice will be held on 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL 812 3 Avenue with Rev. Ken MOT- i ris officiating. Interment vrill follow in tha family Moun- j tain View Cemetery. Those who may donate to the charity j of their choice. MARTIN BROS.' Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C1279 DEATHS WATTERBERG Passed away at Taber on August 1973 Charles VauxfaaU at the age of 88 beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Watterberg of Vaushall. Fu- neral service arrangements will be announced when completed. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL In charge. C1231 MATOLSCI Passed away in Coaldale on August following a brief ill- Mrs. Julianna at the age of 76 years of beloved wife of the late Mr. Gerzsony Matolsci. The fu- neral service will be held on Wednesdsay at 1 p.m. in Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- 703 13th St. with Rev. Ken Morris officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. Direct- ors of Funeral Service. C1280J SORGARD Funeral service for Mr. John beloved husband of Mrs. Lisa Sorgard of 1505 6th Aye. A N. who died in the city Aug. at the age of 87 was held at 3 p.m. Tuesday in Soutli- minster United Church with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiat- ing. Pallbearers were Robert and James Romanchuk and Loren Levy. Interment was in the family plot in Archmount Mem- orial Gardens. Martin Bros. Directors of Funeral Ser- was in charge of the ar- rangements. DOUGAN Funeral service for Henry Dougan. be loved husband of the late Kath- leen Dougan and former Leth- bridge resident who died at Aug. at the age of 71 held at 2 p.m. Aug. in the Christensen Chanel with Elder Glen Sillito of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints officiat- ing. Pallbearers were Mike .Del Glen Bar- Tom and Dave Allen and penzel Lopm. Irterment was in the family plot in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral Ser- was in charge of the ar- rangements. CAHOON Funeral service for Miriam Bennett beloved wife of Golden L. Ca- hoon and daughter of William L. and Beatrice M. Bennett who died in the Cardston Muni- cipal Hospital Wed n e s Aqg. was held at 1 p.m. Aug. In the Alberta Stake Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter day Saints with Bishop Brycs Cahoon officiating. Hon- orary pallbearers were Marlon and Edwin and Dewey j Cahoon. Active pallbearers' were Grant John Edward and Lawrence Cahoon and Ray Pill- ing. Interment was in the Card- ston Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Fimeral was in charge of the arrange- ments. CARD OF THANKS BARNES To the nurses and staff of the Municipal Hospital and to my friends and relatives for vis- its and cards my sincere thanks and appreciation for your kind- ness during my stay there. Barnes 7751 MECHANIC WANTED Top c-els'-y and ecmmissicm Bracket poss'bis per rrontK V'crk in and Apply in Writing BOX HERALD PARTS MANAGER REQUIRED FOR MAJOR AUTOMOTIVE DEALERSHIP IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. The main requisite for ihis position is the abiliry to od- minister ond delegate responsibility. All company benefits including life insurance. Salary with Incentive commensurate with experience. Our employees cf this opening. Apply in strictest confidence Box Number Herald 1 HANIUK Passed away in the city on August j 1973. following a lengthy ill- Mrs. Sofia Haniuk ai the I age of 76 years of the Devon Nursing Home. raised i and educated in the ithe late Mrs. Haniuk came to j Canada in 1929 and later that i year came to Lethbridge from j j Edmonton. She has continued j to reside here until her pass- j ing. She was predeceased 1 her loving husband Mr. Anton Haniuk in January 1964. She is i survived by five William in the John and Peter' both of Sam in Brock-1 ville. Einard of j one Mrs. i M. Kcshelek of 11 grandchildren and' two great grandchildren and by one sister and one brother in the Ukraine. The funeral ser-1 vice will be held on Thursday' at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros ME- i MORTAL 703 13 St. I with Rev. Ken Morris offi- i dating. Interment will follow in the family Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may j pay their respects at Martin j Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13 St. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C1273 FUNERAL Concclebrated funeral mass for John Joseph beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Anne Mclntyre of Pincher Creek who died July was said at a.m. Aug. in Anthony's Roman Catholic Church with Father R. Sullivan the main celebrant and Father M. Hagel the prayer celebrant. Pallbearers were Pat Charlie and Jack Ray Schmidt and Lew Strasser. Interment was in St. Mary's Cemetery. Calgary. Eden's Funeral Home Directors of Funeral was in charge of the arrange- ments. HUES Funeral sen-ice for Mr. Leszlo native son of Hungary who came to this country in moving from the Dnimheller Valley to Taber in and who died in the city Aug. after a long illness at the age cf 74 was said at a.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Me- morial 703 13Hi St. with Rev. Father L. Syvenky officiating. Pallbearers were Joseph Gabcr Dyuko- di. Frank Kis. George Hilisz. Donald Toth and Steve Bak. In- terment was in the Mount Cal- vary sscion of Mountain Vievr Cemetery. Martin Bros. Directors 01 Funeral was in charge of the arrange- ments. POL YAK Requiem mass j for Mr. Jonas who died in the city Aug. after a long ill- ness at the age of 82 said at 3 p.m. Wednesday in St. Patrick's Roman Catho- lic Church with Rev. Father J. A. the cele- brant. Pallbearers were Joe Libcsie. Gabor Frank j Vincent Xaiy. Gasper For- si and Karl. Interment' was in the Mount Calvary sec- j tio of Mountain View Ceme-i tery. Martin Bros. Direc- tors Funeral was in charge the arrangements. IN MEMORIAM CULVER In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- Etmily who pass- ed away August 1967. No length of time can take Our thoughts of you from day to day. Though absent you are always near. Still still still very dear. remembered by the Culver family. 7791 Ainin tvanis Ugandan Aslant KAMPALA Presi- dent Idi Amis warned Ugan- dan Asians Stnday not to paint themselves black with shoe Radio Uganda reported. Amia assured the Asians they are his and he any Asians caught blacking their there are some doing punished. He did not say liow. MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE MOSLEY Funeral service for Walter Harold who died Aug. 9. was held at p.m. Saturday. Aug. in the Pincher Creek ed Pincher wish Rev. R. Putman officiating. Pallbearers were Albeit Barney Geoff Shir- ley Hirnnan Clifford Lang and Ivan Ten-ill. Honorary pall- bearers were Arthur Er- nio Cridland. Ted Dillmer. Frank Pat MacLean and Harry Taylor. Interment was in the Fairview Cemetery. Ed- en's Funeral Home Ltd.. Pin- cher Creek. Directors of Funer- al Semes was in charge cf the arrangements. BACK-TO-SCHOOL SHOE FASHIONS See the NEW fall fashions arriving daily Choose from hi-fashion dress shoes platform sole efc. in a wide selection of colors. WORLD OF SHOES 317 A 6th DOWNTOWN I I 1 I J 1 1 i Annual Income on 5 year Guaranteed Investment Receipts. Fully guaranteed by Royal Trust for term of deposit. No fee or handling charge. 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