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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Aujuit THI LFTHMIDGr HIRALO-31 75 CONTRACTS Ti'-F AND J, Construction. 32S 3H70 i _ PAINTING AIID _ wall paper, vinyl flno ipray. Ph.n, FRED STtlN clrl basements lured, u ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING. rararie, Mtclienl, cabinets, balli- r'oorns, ceramic TOM or caun- Iry. Phone 3M-707I. ___ ALUMINUM WINDOWS AHO DOORS. 10 MAINTENANCE; NO CHANG. ItJG. PHONE JONCS ROOFIHG. 3JJ- _ _ cms-IP years, of the Fclgan Re- serve. Funeral wili he iiruiounccxl when com- pleted by EDEN'S FUNEUAL HOMK LTD., rinclicr Creek. C3C72 SWKKTOKASS Kva, poss- cil away in on Mon- day, August 14, 1OT2, at tho age 54 years, beloved wife of Al- fred Swcclfirosr, of ttw Blood Jicserve. Funeral services lie announced when completed. CIIUISTENSKN SALMON FU- NICKAL IIOMK LTD., Dircc. tors of I''uneral Service. C3670 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE fAATTER OF THE F.STATFJ OF NELLIE SAVERS (ALSO KNOWN AS HELEN SAVERS AMD ELLEII SAVERS) Ifllc 01 ihe City cf Edinonlcn. in 1tie Province of who died on Iho eth day cf A.D. 1972. TAKE KOI ICE all person'; hav- ing claims trie c'late of trie above- named must file !hc under'.ltjr.ed solicitors, companv, by tna 15th day of September, A.D. 1973 a full statement o! claims ond of iec-jrities held by them. OGILVIE AND COMPANY Barristers find Solicitors Suite 7CO 10150 ICOIh Street EDWOUTOU, AIMrla Solicitors fcr 1he Admlnlslralor AH DEATHS paused nway IN MEMORIAM DOWD tn loving memory .11 Lclhbridgo at Uie age of 63 years, lie Is survived by Iwn ulsters, Mrs. Jolm (Mary) Emody of Lethbrldge, and Ellen in the Old Country; three brothers, Joe ot St. Paul, Minn, and Steve and Ixjslic of the Old Country. Funeral services were held Wednesday August 10, (Loday) at 1 p.m. in tho Christcnsen Chapel with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. In- termcnt followed In the Moun- tain View Cemetery. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C3869 GKRSHON Monday Aug- ust 14, 1072, in Bow Island, Al- berta, Mrs. Marion Elir.atreth Gerslion, aged 58 years, belov- THU1TT Passed away In Calgary on Sunday. August 13 1072, Alvin Lloyd Truitt, agcc1 31 years, beloved liusband o] Mafjoric Janet Truitt of o( liarold of Calgary, Garth of Magrath, Mrs. R. (Sheila) of William Gcrshon of PROVINCE OF AlBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT SEALED TEI1DERS be f. cclvsd the undersigned up to i o'clock a.m. Standard Tln-.e on Frl worfe: Construction of a precast concrel stringer structure to carry hlqriw.v 11 over the c P.M. tracV.s sves! ot Coch rone. Contracts and Specillcallons may te obtained at NIC Oltice cf Ihe chle Bridge Engineer, Highways Building Edmonton, Office ct trr, nl'.lricl En Admlnlslrallcn Building, Loth trldrjs, and Ollir.o cf 11" Oislrio! Tn Highways Bulidlnn, Calgary formerly of ary, Creek. Horn in Port Alhcrni, C., he came to Pincher Creek vilh Ills parenls, where he re- tcivcd lie Ills scliooling, graclual- 1559. Aflcr working at Foothills Hospital, lie re- turned to university and com- ileted his degree in Education. He was active in clmrch work, music and sports. Besides Ms %vife, lie is sui-vived by on in- fant daughter, Laura Lcarme; ins parents, Mr. and Mrs, Har- vey A. Truitt and OHO sister, Mrs. J. (Karen) Bums, of Pincher Creek; one brother, Wayne Truilt of Calgary. The funeral service will be held i" Ihc Pincher Creek United Church on Thursday at p.m., Rev. Robert Shanks offi- c'aling, assisted hy Rev. Rob- ert Putman. Interment In Fair, view Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, Box 687, Pincher Creek F u neral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C3C71 Rapuano, Rcdclitf, Mrs. M. (Karen) Loxlon, Calgary. Also surviving arc ten grandchil- dren; a brother Jack of Oak Lake, Manitoba; two sisters, Winnie of Winnipeg and Bea- trice of North Bay, Ont. Born in Minreslosa, Manitoba, June 18, 1914. Raised and educated there and lived there until moving to Alberta in 1938. Sho resided on a farm in southern Alberta until her death. Rev. T. Gilchrlst will conduct the fu- neral service in Paulson's Chapol on the Corner on Fri- day afternoon at o'clock. Interment In Hillside Cem- etery. Arrangements by the PATTISON FUNERAL HOME, ol a dear son, David, who pass- ed away August 16, 1070. There is al- v s a face be- fore us a voice we would love to hear, A smile we will always re member, Of a son we __ loved so dear. '10 tome you may forgotten. To others just part of the pasl, But within our hearts dear David, We will cherish your memor- ies lo the last. A day of remembrance sad to recall, Without farewell you left us Ell, These words we write in deep sorrow and regret, Of a loving son we will never forget. Always loved, remembered and -sadly missed by dad and mom. 7191 IN MEMORIALS DKAK In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, John Deak, who passed away August 1C, 1971. To hear your voice, to sec your finite, to sit and talk with you awhile, To be together in the same old way, would Iw our dearest wish today. remembered K'.d sadly missetj by his wife Susan and family. 7219 transit strike averted TORONTO (CT) A close union vote averted a transit strike Tuesday night hut there were broad hints that the To- ronto commuter pay for the wage increase by pay- ing more for surnvay and bus tokens. The Amalgamated Transit lovinfi mem' ory of Charles Cutforth, who passed away IS, 1970. say that time will ease toe pain and help us to forget, But so far time has only shown, how much, we miss you yet. remembered and sadly missed by his Irene, Stan, Geneva and family Cheryl, Bill and liillie. 7236 Big AUTOPSY ON LEVANT LOS ANGELES (AP) The coroner's office said Tuesday Oscar Levant died from a heart attack, severe arterioslerosis and pneumonia. The 65-year-old pianist and humorist died at his Ueverlv Hills home Monday. Deaths yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Prince, 57, a 20-year veteran of the [''rench language daily La Prcssc and who worked several years for the tabloid Montreal Matin, of a heart attack. Toronto Joanna No] en MacLcllan, 71, awarded an Or- der of Ihe British Empire for her Roman Catholic charity work and for her leadership ii setting up hostels for service men visiting Toronto during (he Second World War. Medicine Hat. 7236B will I nnahlc ri'.y to i !j) __mlclled and Province of Alberta, or In partner- ships or corporations registered and operating ond have established a fixed placa of business In the: Province oP Alberta. A deposit of twenty-llva dollars (IJJ.IOI will be required lor each copy ol Contract and Specifi- cations fafcen. Each bid must be accompanied by a marlced chequa or bond equal to in per cent of lender. will M opened In public. The or lendvr not necessarily cclpted. V. E. McCUHE Deputy Mlnlsltr of and Transport TENDERS LHHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 Scaled Tenders will receiver! 1 undersigned until p-ri WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER t, ADDITION TO SENATOR BUCHAKAN ELEMENTARY (b) AL'TERATIOIIS TO SENATOFI BUCHANAN ELEMENTARY Genial Contracts may olif-iin Plans Sp.clllc.ilions from UJRIE UEUFELD, Architects t. Engineers, m m si. s., LcihwiUM, Aibwia upon a of '1W.OO for tolli M'1 it plans, refundable providing that al documents arc returned unmarked an Ueuter) A massive emer- jency cleanup operation was under way here today after a freak rain and hail storm left six persons dead and more than 40 hurt, Hail was still piled in three- foot-high drifts early this morn ing and snow clearing equip ment had to be called out t shift it. The floods, reported to be til worst in the area for 50 years left Stuttgart looking like blitzed city. Few of the stree lights were working, trees wir uprooted, and trains, trams an cars were abandoned. Police said that in a 450-foc city-centre car tunnel about 21 cars were stuck In frozen hail bout million over the samo criod. A transit driver's present Is an hour and it will e raised to by Postpone emoval of ity clerk EDMONTON (CP) City jouncil met in closed session or one-half an hour here be- ore deciding to postpone dis- :usslon on Ihe removal of City :icrk Roy Dickinson. The request for a postpone- ment was made by Sen. Harper lavrycr for the clerk. Mr. DIckiason has worked !or tho city for 23 years and was named clerk in February, 19G8. Mayor Ivor Dsnt bas eskcd council to declare the clerk's position vacant and that the city employ him in another po- sition for 4V4 years at no loss of salary or benefits. At the end of that time, he would have the choice of retiring on full pension or continuing with the city to mandatory retirement age of 65. Mayor Dent has said the duties of the clerk have expand- ed rapidly and Mr. Dickinson "has proved less than able to cope with the expansion." The matter will be discussed by council Sept. 11. STOTT Passed away In s city on Monday, August 14, ;2, following a brief Illness, rs. Sarah Stolt at the age of years of 8lh St. S., he- ed wife of the Into Mr. Wil- m Thomas Stott. Born in En- ind, the late Mrs. Stott was ised and educated in Wgan, ancashire and came to Can- a in 1011, the year after her sbaml. They settled in Leth- Iflge and have lived hero CT since. She is survived by daughter. Miss Elizabeth ott of two sons, illiam A. (Bill) Stolt ot Fort lurcliill, Manitoba, and of algary; six grandchildren and ro sisters, Mrs. Kale Alstead id Mrs. Beth Drookfield, oth of Wlgan Lancashire, En- and. She was predeceased hy cr husband, two infant dnugh- rs, aiiri several brothers and sters. The funeral service will e held on Thursday at 3 p.m. n Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL IIAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., Rev. L, D. Hankinson ofli- .aling, assisted by Rev. A. T. ing. Interment will follow in 1 o u n t a i n View Cemetery. 'ricnds may pay their t Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL IIAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., hone 328-23C1, MARTIOT BROS. Directors of Funeral Ser- ice. CDGu'7 FUNERAL UKBAN In Victoria, B.C., on Thursday, July 27, 1972, Stavcy Cecil, aged three years, dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Urban of Sidney, B.C. Besides his mother and fatner he leaves to mourn, his paternal grandparents, M r. and Mrs. James Urban of Leth- bridge; his maternal grand- parents, and Mrs. Tony Poch of Pincher Creek; two half-brothers, two half-sisters and many aunts and uncles. Funeral services were hald Monday, July 31, 1972 at p.m. in tho Thomson and Irv- ing Funeral Chapel, Ilev. C. C. Janzoii officiated. Interment in Royal Oak Buriel Park, Sidney. 7236A CHAI'I'EU. Passed away n Fort Mnclcod on Monday, August 14, 1972, following iricf illness, Mrs. Isabella May hnppell of Fort Macleod, for- merly of Grnnum. Born in On- CARDS OF THANKS KARH.EN I wish to express a most sincere tliank you to tho doctors, nurses arnd staff oE the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for tho care and kindness ex- tended. Thanks also to friends lor cards, visits, gifts tnd en- quiries during my hospilaliza- tion. Karren 7193 UILSAKI (John) We wish to express our sincere thanks to all our friends in Lcthbridge lor the letters and cards received following tho passing of a dear husband and f-allier. Your kind- ness will always be remembered and appreciated. and Wendy TJrsakl, Cocur d'Alenc, Idaho 7201 MUNTON I wish to send sincere thanks to UKJ doctors nnd staff of the Holy Cross Hos- CHQOL BRAND NAME MEN'S CLOTHING ario, the late Mrs. Choppcll In Ihe Fort Macleod and rnnum district. In 1912, she m o v c d to Victoria. She was married to Mr. Wm. George Tanner in April, 150r> and he )redcceased her in November, In 1950 she returned to (Iranuni nnd in married Mr. James Chappell nnd they moved lo Opportunity (Spo- kane) Washington. In July she returned to Granum where sin- resided until she suffered HI tcnllh n year ago and became resident of I! lunt's Niireing Hoinr! in Fort Macleod. She was n member of the Granum United Church and Past Noble Grand of Rchckah Lodge No. 8, Pincher Crcc'k. She was prcde- consril by her husband, Mr. James Chnppcll and is sur- vived by one son, Mr. William Tanner of Vancouver, B.C.; one daughter, Mrs. R. F. (Nellie) Blair of Grnnum; two grand- children; five great-grandchil- dren; one sister, Mrs. C. (Vio- let) Denny of White Rock, R.C. and one brother, Bert Specrs of Spirit River, Alberta. Tim fu- noral service will be held on Thursday at 3 p.m. in Trinity Unilcd Church, Fort Mnclcod, w i t h Itev. Peter Walker offi- ciating. Interment will follow In Hie Family Plot, Fort Mnclcod Cenielcry. Friends may pay their rcspccls at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., phone 32D-23G1. 'Hiosc who wisli may donate lo the rharily of Ihoir choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C3663 pital, CalgETy, for their kindness and patience to me during my operation stay there. Thanks also to my relatives and friends for their prayers, visits, flowers laid cards, A special tliEtik you to the Angel's Little League Baseball team and their parenls for the card and lovely roses I hat I received. It was all very much appreciated and helped make my recovery pass more quickly. ......-Mrs. Vnk'ric Munton 7192-lfll niJNI.OI- We wc-.ild like to1 thank Ihe doctors and nurses of Foothills Hospital in Calgary for their wonderful care given my son and our brother, Ron. while in intensive care. Our gratitude to Father Ward and Father Lynn for their prayers end masses. Many thanks to evcyone who helped in so many ways and for tho flowers, Mass cards, donations, food and to C.W.L. who served n won- derful lunch. Our sincere (hanks lo the pallbearers and nil those who shared oiir sorrow and (o Loydcn's Funeral Home for their kind efficiency. Dunlop family. 72'. "2 LOCATION OWEN DISTRIBUTING LTD. WAREHOUSE 1216 1st Ave. S. Thursday 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. GETS NEW KIDNEY LONDON (Rculcr) A Brit- ish woman is recovering in n hospital here after receiving a now kidney, transplanted from n murdered Frenchwoman. The kidnoy originally belonged lo Paillette Bernard who was shot dead by her husband in Mar- seilles. BRAND NAMES TO LOOK FOR RENDALE H.I.S. GWG B.V.D. DALES OF MONTREAl GREAT THINGS MFG. J J SHEEPSKINS PARIS GLOVES CRAFT LEATHER LONDON IOOK PATRICK PEELE CUSTOM LEATHER STANHELDS LANCER CLINTON SUITS UTEX FORTREL DOUBLE KNIT SLACKS SELECTION OF SUITS 2995 CASUAL LATEST STYLES Reg. to 9.00 and TIES WIDE Reg. to 5.00 ,99 1 ALPACA SWEATERS Short ileeva end long sleeve, -99 NOW Eecve, 9 JACKETS LEATHER SPORT WINTER PRESENTED BY PRINCETON CLOTHING LTD. OF LETHBRIDGE SHIRTS BODY SHIRTS T-SHIRTS SWEATERS SKINNY KNITS VESTS PULLOVERS Reg. to 25.00 ,99 0-99 SKIRTS VESTS HOT PANTS ;