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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, August 20, 1971 THE IETKERIDGE HERALD 25 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS YOUNG AND ADULT RABDITS, ALL colors ond sues. 10 cenls-13.00. Plionfl 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES PUBLIC NOTICES SPACIOUS weUL-KEPT LICENCED residence, near civic centre, acconi- modaiing ten paying guests. Excellenl opportunely for rlghl nnrty. Priced lo self. Phone 328-6139 or 327 4682. TASTE E FREEZE In prosperous 111 He lown not for from Lelhbrlrlge A nlcf Ml He homo a I provides (he owner wilh living quarters. A real good return on your money. Plione BlroiB SchmJII 357-3879 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. Phono 323-333? Garage and Service Station Business For Sale NOTICE OF CANDIDATES OFFICIAL AGENTS HOW Democratic Party Mr. B- I Springrnan 1505 IS S. J2B 19M i Johnston 22M IB Avc. S 327 0759 Social Credit Reverend H. J. 12 Ave. S. 327-6113 Nicholas J. Velker, Officer, LeIhbridge Easl lemonainA DEATHS DEATHS NOTICE OF concern. In thriving r.oulh Allefla. Gross NOTICE is hereliy given thai Kecler Farms (Magralh) Intends (o apply lo the Supreme Courl of Alberla, Juili-cml Dislrlcl cl Calgary, in Ihe Court House, Calgary, Alberta al In Hie forenoon on Monday the 13lh miy of September A.D., 1971 (or nn Orjcr pursuanl ID Secllon 171 of the Com-panias Atl lo restore Ihe said Company lo Ihfc Recjisler. DATED al the Town oi Raymond in (he Provfnce of Altoerfa (firs dr.y o( Augusl A.D., 1971. Keelcr Farms (Magraih) Lid. per Jo'eph D. Kcelc-r President A he city Interment was at Whilcrock, B.C. UDOG COLLITON Passed away in the cily on Thmsday, August 19, 1971, Mr. Frank Colliton, at [he age of 82 years, of Lelh-bi id EC. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. CB935 I1AHVIK Mrs. Louise Har- 1 DUTINS Passed away in vie wife of Chas N. Ilarvie, of i Calgary on Thursday, Augusl 10, 1971. Mr. Charles Edward Bums, at the age of lie years, beloved husband of Mrs. Rena Burns, of Carmangay. Funeral arrangements will be announc- ed when completed. MARTIN BROS LTD. Directors of Fun- eral Service. C6934 For narllculars Phono 627 31 M or 637-3141, or Box 310. Pinther CreeK, Alia, CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA William Alfred, of Grande Coulee, Washington, formerly of Magrath, passet away in Magrath on Thursday, Well established tJry cleaning business in loutliern Albcrla of Building 25 X 125. All modern equlri-menl, panel irucKb. No opposition. Showing excellcnl returns of approximately Well established roule In cily of as well as surrounding area. Records available 1o sincere buyers. HAY REALTY LTD. 327-7077 or 327-7975 Evenings Phone Dill Joblonkoy OF LETHBRIDC-E IN THE Estale of Enlna Oliver laic, cf Tatpr, in (DB Province ol Altaerla, Merchant, Deceased, who died on ihe !5th day of June, A.D., 1971. TAKE NOTICE thai oil persons having claims upon the Estate of Ihe above named, musl file Ihe un-dersioned Solicitors, by Ihe HIM day of September, A.D., 1971. a full slale-ment of their claims and of tecurilini by PRITCHARD, HIGA and BORAS RARR'STERS AND SOLICITORS No. J02 7JQ Avenue South Lethbridge, Albcrla Salicilors lor Ihe Exetulrir 76 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Zuma Norton of Grande Coulee, Washington. Mrs. Norton born in Amman, Idaho, May 30th, and came to M a g r a t li wilh his parents in 1902 along with his sister Myrtle and a b r o 1 h e r Glen. He oblained his early schooling in Magrath and as a young man atlended the Brig-ham Young University. He filled a tu'o years mission for the Stales Mission in 1915- VENDING IS GOOD BUSINESS! EXCELLENT SPARE TIME INCOME Our Company is expanding and requires full or part time dislrihJlors lo service New Type high-quality vend Ing machines in your area. Routes v.ill be eslablished. No selling. Qualifications required: Hcnesty, ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Puhlic notice [5 hereby given fhst the undersigned Inlands lo apply to The Alberla Liquor Control Doard tor a licence lo sell beer, wine and He was with the United Slates Marines from 1917 to 1918. In 1918, he married Aul-dcan Pelkey of Prove, Utah an( after being released from the U.S. Army, they came to Magrath (o farm. He predeceased by his wife in 1946, He farmed at Magrath and ranched fo spend six lo len hours weekly, cash investment ol Investment secured. Reply giving your phone number, erences, and qualilcations to: B. V. DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED licensed porhon of Ihe premises in accordance with Ihe provisions of The Liquor Licensing Ac! and Ihe Reg-ulalions made thereunder wilh rcscecl lo Ihe following described premises: VENTURA HOTEL LTD. VENTURA HOTEL Coaldale, until 1936, then moved to Vancouver in the Spring of 1930, later moving to Pendieton and working for the US. Government, being transferred later to Grande Coulee, Washington until retirement. made forlhwith lo The Alberla Liquor Control Board, loving nife, Zuma (Dora-ing) Norton; four daughters. 74 LOANS of August, 1971. VENTURA HOTEL Adam (Delois) Rethaler and Mrs. Larry (Le Naire) WANTED 520.0CO, 15 PER CENT IN-leresl Securily. 2J monthi delayed I, lie on JiO.QOO properly. Write Box H7, Herald. SCHEIDT PRESIDENT both of Pendlcton, Oregon' Mrs. Al (Sharley) Steward of Klamath Falls, Oregon; SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 Colleqe Mall. Phont 316 3331 The v.'ldeil tacility available. iwe con-ilder ALL TYPES of mortgage LIQUOR LICENSING ACT APPLICATION Portland, Oregon: eight grandchildren and three greal-gra-nddauglitcrs; two sisters, Mrs. W. T. (Myrtle) Passey o PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETH BRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 268-6011; RESIDENCE 252-4663, ANYTIME. LOUNGE LICENCE Public nalice Is hereby given )ha) Smilty's Pancake Houses Lid. intends to apply lo Ihe Alberts Liquor Control Beard for a Dining Lounge Licence lo sell beer and wine by the alass Bennett of Grant's Pass, Oregon; four brothers, Glen J. of. Portland, Thomas J. and Biaine J. of MagratJi anc LAURENTIDE SECOND MORTGAGES A PROGRAM FOR PRESENT HOMEOWNERS Phone or See LEN CAVE 311 7lh St. s., LeinDrldge 327-5791 SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSE RESTAURANT CENTRE VILLAGE MALL 13TH STREET AND 2ND AVENUE A. NORTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Lot 1 Plan No. E251 J.K. Objections to this application shall be made forthwith to Ihe Albcrla Liquor Control Board, Edmonton. Daled at Lethbrldqe, Alberta, this lOlh day of August, 1971. SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. FRED W. will be lield iji the Jla-grath LDS Chapel on Sato-day, Aufiusl 21, 1971 at 2 p.m., wilh Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating. Inlerment will follow in the Magrath cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, Room 409 Canada Trust Building. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C6937 SECOND MORTGAGE From S1600 lo ilO.DW or rnora For any reason. Monthly Interest Bcrrow Payments Rale S J 39.67 16% 5.COO 68. 46 15 130.56 Id Examples based on 15 year amortization. Vipll or Phone C.A.C. LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE PubJIr nolice is hereby given lhal Ibe undersigned inlends 1n apply Ir. The Albcrla Liquor Control Beard For d licence to sell ond lioucr by the glass for consumption only REALTY LIMITED A SUBSIDIARY OF CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE Corpcrdlicn Limited Colleqe Shopping Mall Lethhririne, Albfria Phone 328-3331 C6JS9 accordance wilh the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act and Ihe Regulations made thereunder respect lo Ihe fnllcwinn described premises: CORO'NA HOTEL (VAUXHALL) LIMITED CORONA HOTEL Vauxhall, Alherla Lo: 31 Block 5. Plnn No. 760 1 75 made torlhwilh !o The Alp-rla Li-qucr Control Board, WILL DO PAINTING PRIVATE OR coinmercial Phone 11 MODERN PAINTING itfOOOR Arjn oinooow DIONS- DO ion cn.vriFii: rl 1971. CORONA HOTEL fVAUXHALI.' IIWITED 7AIIEWICH PRf CLARK Joseph Jamos. passed away suddenly in Bow Island on Sunday, August 15. 1971 at the age of 21 years, be- loved son of Delia and the lale Ward Clark of Bow Island. He leaves lo mourn his passing be- sides his loving mother, two brothers, George of Calgary, Gregory at home: three sisters, Mrs. Brian (Carol) Mitchell. Denise and Janet, all of Bow Island. Funeral services will be held in (he Bow Island L.D.S. Chapel on Saturday, August 21 al 2 p.m. wilh Bishop Ellys Piep- grass officiating. Interment will fallow in the Bow Island Ceme- tery. Chrislensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of FUNERAL SAKAMOTO Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Yrani Sakamoto, beloved wife of the lale Mr. Kojii-o Sakamoto who died in Uie cily Sunday, Aug. 15, 1971, at the age of 117 years, was held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 18, 1971, in the Leilibridge Bud- dhist Church, lath Ave. and 13lh St. N., with Rev. S. Kosaka and Bev. Y. Izumi olficiating. Pallbearers were D w i g h t, Brian, Larry, Norman and Neal Sakamoto and James Miyada. Burial service was held Thurs- day morning in the Christcnsen I Chapel. 327 10th St. S., at 10 J o'clock and interment followed in Ihe Mountain View Cem- etery. ChrisLeuson Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Funeral Service. C6936 LOVE Passed away at Calgary on Wednesday. Aug- ust 18, 1971, Tom, of Taber, at the age of 82 years. Born at Buckhaven, Scotland. February 18, 1889. He mart-Jed in (he Old County and moved to Taber in 1907. Mr. Love worked in the coal mines and later with the irrigation company. During the First World War, he was with the 3rd C.M.R. Division and during the Second World War was with Uie Velerans' Guard. Mr. Love was a life member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Ta- ber. Predeceased by one daugh- ter in 1959. Survivors include his wife Isabella, Taber; two sons. Frank, Blairmore, Tom, Vancouver; seven daughters, Mrs. Kan Dunn. Toronto, Mrs. Nora Creer, California, Mrs. NENA Rossiter, Lethbridge, Mrs. Isobel Hetherington, Ot- tawa, Mrs. Robina Morris, Air- drie, Mrs. Pat Stubbert, Cal- gary, Mrs. Betty Jespersen, Taber; 35 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren. Funeral service will be conducted from the Knox United Church, Taber on Saturday, August 21 at p.m., with Eev. Ker.iel.h Mor- ris officiating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Gardens. HUMPHRIES FUN- ERAL HOME, Taber, in charge of arrangement. C0933 CARD OF THANKS IMViVES We would like to express OLT sincere thanks for the many kindnesses ex- tended by our friends and rel- atives, who shared with us the loss of our loved one. A spe- cial thanks to the doctor and I staff Et (he Taber General Hospital; to everyone for the love'.y cards, flowers and food. Your thoughtfulness is appre- ciated and will always be re- membered. Dollie Haynes and family. C6932 ACTRESS IN IRISH CIVIL RIGHTS MARCH British actress Vaneisa Redgrave takes part in an Irish civil rights march from Speakers' Corner in tendon's Hyde Park which ended in clashes between police and demonstrators in ihe city's Whitehall section. Second Socred breaks IN MEMORIAM I VICTORIA (CP) A second j Social Credit party member i from the Dale Bay consliluency on Vancouver Island has re- signed in support of Dr. Scott Wallace, a member of the legis- lature who left the party Tues- FUNERALS U'ACHTLER Requiem mass service for Mrs. Eliza- Marie Wachller, beloved wile of the late Mr. Joseph Wachtler who died at Calgary, Monday. Aug. 16. 1971, at the age of 80 years, was said al a.m. Friday in St. Pet- er's Roman Catholic Church, River, with Rev.James Jordan the celebrant. Pallbear- ers were sons George, Edmund, Albert., Frankie, Lawrence and Waehtler. Interment was in .he Milk River Cemelery. Mar- ir Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Fu- neral Sendee was in charge of he arrangements. BOBCAT SAND AMD GRAVEL -Gener.il irurkir.ci, Irrnt end 'oadcr OF COAtDALE RAW WATER STORAGE _n_n. _ REPAIRS CHIMNEY, FIRE plarp. cenT-nl, bricK, palnllnq arid inn, 32B-10W. TO TENDER SPfllPd Irnders marked "Town of Coal dfllo Raw Walcr Sloraqo Reservoir" rARMFRS CONTRACTORS RtTMT A nOD-TAT LOADER SOUTH-FRH CONCRETE SERVICE AND RENTALS, J2B--1765. bn received until p.m. Mountain Standard Time on Tuesday Sent-ember 7, 1571 a! NIC olficc of the Municipal Secretary in Ihe ofllces in Caaldnlp Trirfcrs will be opened 1m- FENCES, PATIOS, SIDEWALKS, rumpus rorvvir. Flplshinq. (raining, form worn. Frpe csiirnrilcs. Guaranteed workmanship. Phono 3J8-BSS1. ailrr p.m. The work will include tlie lolowing: 1. c. v excavation 5. s. V- rip ran 3. 100 c V- granular material G A W A G E BUILDING, CEMFNT work and Anderson Soronson Cnnslrucllon, 1010 7lh Ave. S Phonp :i27-firtfl2. C7.177 s. y. fr.pscrl 6. Mbcellnnenus piping, valves end slruclures Tender riocumonls may be obtained at Al UMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHOfJF JONES ROOMING, PF-ED STTINtlR WORK, old iiflTGincnls duq, nrdolmq. In-surnl, Irrp esli males. Plionn of the Municipal Secretary for Ihe Town nl Coaltinlc or from Ihe oliicf nt tne Consulting Englnoers in Ciilnnry and FJtlmcnlon on or Audi's-' 13, 1971 rtcposil ol fl rcnilk-d rhnqun lor The deposit will rt-l untied provlderi ffie and r.pnrllicrilinns sro niiurncri In qood condilion U dtiys a dor Ihe lender closinn, dnle. BOX NUMFM.RS 4, S, 1J7, 179, US, 137, Uft, U2, eerlilietl cheque for ten perconl (Ifl'o) of Ihr lonrlcr price plus n fon-f-fnt of Surely; or n Mel linnd lor ten percent ol Ihp lender PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advri ir.ri s llinlr fltli'pr. ti't-nirnii Ihr TlRSl DAY IT AP. PL-ARS fli.il REPORT CRRORb in linn- Ir.r NIC nrxl InscrlMn. The LrtMwichic Herald Is re.iponslblrt or any tender will not necessarily be nccentod. Mflnley Asiocinlns rnrjineermt) Limited MS Mid Slreet N, W., f Jl, Alhertn. Slniiley Assoclales Enrjlnccnng Limited 113-10 Crtmofilcn IP, AlbcrlA. AS1 PALMER Funeral service or Mrs. Alice Cecelia Palmer, i )eloved wife of the late Mr. Edwin Palmer who died n Ihe cily Thursday, Aug. 12, 197J. after a long illne.ss al Ihe age of 89 years, was held at. pm. Monday. Aug. 15. 971. in Marlin Bros. Memor- al Chapel. 703 13lh St. N.. vilh Rev. L. D. llankinson of- icialing. Pallbearers were Ar clue Nelson. Redvcrse and Lloyd Evans, John Norli-n, Os- ivald Olseu, Vernoji Anderson and Jack Rroonitii'ld. Inler- mcnt was in Ihe Slavery Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Town, country, college hit! Knit this cozy cardigan to top off your Fall outfit EASY-KNIT in one piece from neck down, including sleeves! Cables creale sunburst design. Pattern 721.1: sizes 32- 34; 36-3S included. S E VENT Y-F1VE CENTS (coins) for c.ich pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first class mailing and special handling lo THE LETIIRTilDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limilcd CO Front Street West Toronto 1, OLnario j Exiled Mafia bosses refuse to eat food ISLE OF ASINARA. Sardinia (AP) T h i r ty -s i x reputed Mafia bosses exiled on this penal colony entered the fourth day of a hunger strike today to protest what thoy called inhu- man treatment by the authori- ties. An order forbidding them lo cook meals in their own rooms touched off the demonstration. The men, in (olefir.irns lo the prosecutor nnd the newspaper of Sassari. the nearest bio, town, elso complained of inadequate medical facilities, restrictions in using the island's only tele- phone, and the impossibility of seeing their relatives. NELSON In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and fath- er, Louis Nelson, who passed away August 19th, 1967. Four sad and lonely years have passed, since our great sorrow fell, It's lonesome here without you. We miss you more each day, Somehow life doesn't seem the same, since you have gone away. Our hearts still ache with sadness. We shed many a secret tear, Only God knows how much we miss you As this ends another year. Dear Lord forgive a silent tear, and a constant wish that he were here. remembered and sad- Jy missed by hi: loving wife Jessie: sons, Arcliie, Cecil and daughter Gladys and families. 7BB5 Sl'ACKMAN In loving mcnioiy of a dear husband, father and grandfather, William H. Spademan, who passed away August 20, 1969. He suffered in silence when no one knew, He never deserved what he wont through, Take care of him. as he takes his For on this earth he was ono of the besi. The depth of sorrow we can- not tell. TlK loss of the one we loved so well. remembered by his wife, children and grand- children. 8005 Gerhart's statement challenged EDMONTON (CP) The Alberla Civil Service Associa- tion has challenged AKorncy- Genera! Gerhart's slate m e n I that he kneiv nothing about dis- satisfaction by jailers in the province before their strike ul- timatum last week. Roy Harrison, the associa- tion's executive director, said in a letter delivered lo Mr. Ger- rart that the association has a leller from tne deputy atlor- ncy general saying lie was aware of the discontent among correctional officers. Mr. Harrison said Ihe depu- ty's letter is dated 10 days pre- vious tc Mr. Gerhart's claim he knew nothing OL the trouble. The deadline set by the jail- ers for wage and classification demands to be met by Die gov- ernment is next Wednesday. Mr. Gerhart threatened firings if the strike action is taken. I day in the furore over special powers given Health Minister Ralph Lolfmark. Leonard Dawes announced Wednesday he was following riding association president Mark Preston out of the party, saying that Dr. Wallace "is our man and I will follow him wherever he goes." CRITICAL OF PREMIER Dr. WalJace has been critical i of Premier W. A. C. Bennett's government since he was elect- ed wilh a large majority in 19GO s in the former Liberal scat. i His formal break wilh the. parly came after a month-long i controversy between J Minister Loffmark and British Columbia doctors, first over a i crisis in heroin addiction, then concerning special powers! granted the minister controlling i doctor's hospital privileges. j On Wednesday. Premier Ben-1 nett offered the doctors a com- promise Ihp special powers would be withdrawn il Lhey helped Ihe government to keep the cosls of the government medical program down to a 2.9 per cent increase, the forecast increase in population. Bank robber sets 81.250 CALGARY (CP1 An ap- parently unarmed bandit made off with after holding up a branch of the Imperial Bank j of Commerce. The bank was nearly empty of customers when the middle- aged man handed a note to a teller demanding only large bills. He escaped on foot. Living quarters limit at U of C CALGARY (CP) In an at- tempt to overcome a shortage of studenls willing lo live in residence. Ihe University of Calgary board of governors has agreed lo limited co-education- al living. Instead of segregating mala and female students into sepa- rate buildings, (hoy will be placed on different floors or wings of the same structures. H. W. Bliss, business and fi- nance vice-president, said ap- plications lo date will fill only TO lo 75 per cent of the 805 rooms available for single-slu- denr. accommodafions. Last year (here were aj> plications. SOLDIERS SEEK HELP WASHINGTON (AP) Nearly U.S. servicemen voluntarily turned themselves i as drug users so far this year and askexJ for treatment, the Pentagon reports. SLI.LIVAN, Jerry Dean In loving memory of a very dear son and grandson. Our hearts still ache ivitli sadness And secret tears still flow; What it meant lo lose you.: No one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely j And everything goes wrong; seem to hear yon whisper, Cheer up and earn' on. Each time we sec your pic- Hire. You seem la smile and say: "Dnn'l ciy, 1'ni only sleeping. We'll meet again someday." .overt forever and sadly missed by mom and dad, Terry, Dale and Grnm and Urampa Smith and kids. 79771 smiLinc CRLL IHBHTT'S ;