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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ai 24, 1972 THE LFTHBRIDGE HEBALO 21 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES REGISlCtlCD MltilATUrel: AMER- Ican Eskimo pups. Phono PUREBRED, REGISTERED DODER- m e n-PI rue her, mole, wllft pedigree. Show qullly. PUREBRED M1IUATURE GEflfAAN Dachshund pupplci lor sale. Phwe eotl. 7681-20 PUREBRED GERMAN SHORTHAIR pups, six weeks old. Phono 406 44M, Columbia Falls, 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES HARBER WANTED TO MANAGE barber shop. For lurlher Inform sllo phone 373-WJ. CONFECTIONERY FOR SALE. GOOD locallon, on 13th 51. N.. Lethbrldfje All Inquiries phono m 3658, Says or ?600 I filler 6 p.m. FOR SALE IN B E A U T I F: U 1 Crcsron Valley f'cd homt unM. Fruit trees Terms. R.R. 1. Site 20, Crcsloti. B c phona 7 UCASE A SERVICE STA lion. Have lour years cxpsricnce PlKrtt 577-8079, Medicine Hal. Appl 275 10th 51. 5.W. Mdlclne- Hal. Robei Klaudl. __ _ rlSH AND CHIP SHOP FOR SALE IN GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. Dolr wall. Uo companion. Reason R lire-men! Phone 4H7HI. 352J 101 Ave. S. i n> j j i 1 JJirths, JUectthSf a s y Of cyW w ms S J during our mother, Daisy Hem slcy's, recent Illness and fina jassing; to the staff and doctor of tho Municipal Hospital fo their care, and our apprccialio lo friends and relatives for thci presence, floral tributes an sympathy cards, and those wh Marv. Tollcy arc pleased to announce the birth of their {laughter, Lisa Arme, born August 18, 1972 at St. ago. He is survived by his wife, grandchildren, cousins, nephews and nieces all in China. The funeral service Passed away In the city on Wednesday, August 23, 1972, Mr. James in any way. The Parker families, 771 Hospital. Insured, held on Friday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. at the age of 67 years, a well known long time We wish to c tend our sincere gratitude LEPKO Joanne and Frank Lepko are pleased lo announce the birlli of their son, Ian 3rd Avenue S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the Chinese Barons. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral staff ot the Fourth Floor, I tensive Care Unit, Municip lospital, our doctor and 1 wife and the Rev. Hankinson. CARD OF THANKS tlic flowers, food, end cards re- ceived (hiring our recent be- reavement. Ostler and family. 7708 MICKY WINNERS OF THE B.AKFI.E OF THE HECENT COALDALF, FISH AND GAME ASSOCIATION WERE: FIRST I'HIZE Steer or equi- valent In cash Larry Golby, Coaldalc SECOND PRIZE John Tymensen, Coaldalc Draws were made during Coal- dalc Settlors Day, August Sib. 7707 GKANT In loving mem- ry of a dear mother, Dorothy 3ranl, who passed away Aug- ust 21, 1971. Dear mother, you are not forgotten, Though on earth you ore no more, Still In memory you arc with us As you always were before missed by Auoree and Hugo 7732 FOR SALE FROM LETHBR1DGE agent Exclusive hauling contract, large Canadian company. Calgary warehouse. Serving Uthbridge and dislrict. Year round, secure business for reliable, crilcienl customer deliv- ery. Van Included, Box 127, Her- ltd. K57-M EARN MONEY IN SPARE TIME Usn cr women to re LlocK and colled mtney Iron? Typo hiah c-in-CDCraled dispensers In your area. NO To qualify, must have car, references. ll.WO to U.Un cash. Seven lo hours v.eeXly can nel ex.ccl- Income. More lull time. Vic cslab- llsh Your route. For personal Interview write, Including ptiore number: B V DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED Dept. "A" 1117 Tecumseh Road. Eosl 'WINDSOR 20, Ontario. rick (6 Ibs. 13 oz.) bom Aug- Mountain View Cemetery, vice. ust C, mi at the Municipal Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lepko Hel- and Mr. and Mrs. Fred racr. 7729 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "List wl'li Iho leader" Muiltiple Listing Service MEAT BUSINESS Ctfi Ideal and retail rneat buslnen tor "lo In Soulhom Alberts information Harold Fox al 32B-I725 or 323-1331. AVL.S. DEATHS HART Reginald, passed away in Tabcr on Wednesday, August 23rd, 1972, at the age of 65 years. Funeral services will be held in the Chrislensen Chapel on Friday, August 2nth at 3 a.m., with Captain R. W. Butcher officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTEN- S EN SALMON FUNERAL UOMF, LTD. Directors of Fu- neral Service. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue S. phone 328-2361 MARTIN BROS. SIEGMUND Passed away LTD. Directors of Funeral Scr- m Calgary on Wednesday, Aug- ust 23, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Erich Paul Seig- mund at the ago of 78 years beloved husband of the late Mrs. Clara Berta Siegmund of Coaldalc. Bom, raised and ed ucated In Germany the late are grateful also to all our rel- atives, friends and neighbors for 74 tOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY Schwartz Agencies (1972) lid, Collcgt Mall, Phone BS.MJ1 Residential, Commercial propwIlM. rarms ant) ranches. City or Town. Lov.eil Interest Flnl ,nd second mordants. MORTGAGE MONEY AVAILABLE 11 OR WORE you money on Ihc In your homo. No mlrlctions bccaoso r.l: 1. fair credil rellrLtt 1. Job slluallons (seasonal) etc. FOR CONFIDENTIAL A P P O INT- ,rR'JVAotFSORECHTR, MMItl! EVEimicS AMD WEEK- aiso'jos. MIDTOWN MORTGAGE LOANS LTD. Ird Avc. S 1 cthbrliloe OUT OF TOV.H FtlOUIRIES WHITE Pa-ised away In I.clhbridgc, Tuesday, August 22, 1072, Mary Ceclie, aged 45 years, beloved wife of Sylvester William White of Pincher Creek. Born in Pincher Creek, she resided there until her passing. She was active in Iho WA. Besides her husband she is survived by five sons, Allan, Frederick, Kenneth, Jerry and Edward, all of Pincher Creek; two sisters, Mrs. Christine Turner of Lcthbridgc, Mrs. Charlie (Helen) Hyan ol Cal- gary; one brother, Terry Law- rence of Athabaska, Alberta. Requiem High Mass will be cel- ebrated in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Friday at 10 a.m., Rev. D. Purschke Cele- brant. Interment in Fairvlew cemetery- Friends may meet for prayers in Eden's Funeral Home, Thursday at p.m. Funeral arrangements by ED- EN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Crock. C3823 C3827 JOHNSON Axel, passed away in Cardston on Wednes- day, August 23rd, 1972 Bt the age of 83 years. Mr. Johnson was Iwrn in Sweden on April C, 1839. He is survived by ono son, Roy of Owendale, three daughtci-s, Mrs. Lctham (Lin- nea) Bowen of Del Bonita, Mrs. Lloyd (Madeline) Dunlop of Ed- monton, and Mrs. Bill (Joyce) Hoyt of Del Bonita; 16 grand- children and 11 great-grand- children. He was predeceased by his first wife, Helgar in 1941 and by his second wife, Anna in 1968. Requiem Mass will be said in St. Theresa's Catholic Church in Cardston on Satur- his IN MEMORIAM GRANT In loving mem ory of a dear grandmother Dorothy Grant, who passec asvay August 21, 1971. Your name is often mentioned, Our thoughts in silence fly, To the days when you wer> us, Those memories will neve die remembered by Greye and Allan 773 IN MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAM In loving nKm- >ry of our dear dad, KrJv.'in Wallace who passed away Aug- ust 24, 1955. Not just today, but everyday In silence we remember. and Nellie and their families 7731 KONATLSKI In loving mem ory of a dear husband, Philco Konarski, who passed away August 24. 1965. LUte falling leaves the years pass by, But love and memories never die. Precious forever are mem ories of you, Today, tomorrow an all lifi through. remembered and sad- ly missed by his wife Katie. 7693 Deaths yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS liranlford, E. German, 77, of Paris, Ont., a breeder of standardbred race horses, a realtor and a farmer whose horses Peaches Atom and Baron Atom won Horse-of- the-Year awards several years agc. Cambridge, F. O'Neill, a prominent Irish tenor on Broadway early in this century, who, during three decades, introduced such songs as Trees and Sweethearts from the musical Maytime. BIG FISH When fully grown, the sword- fish may be 15 feet long and weigh more than pounds. day, August 26th at 2 p.m. with Father Philitt Toulin as Celebrant. Interment will iol- low in the Woolford Cemetery. Prayers will ba said in the Chrislensen Chapel in Cardston on Friday, August 25th at 8 nm CIIRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Dir- ectors of Funeral Service. CM26 PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS will be accepted by the Town of CoaT- rfale unltl 3 p.m. August (or Iho sale cl used lumber about 150 ehcels of W rought plywood, snrne 1x4, Material can ti> seen at the Yard. Any or all lenders no1 necessarily Accepted. Town of Box ?70 75 CONTRACTS TIL-H AND CEMENT wort. Doubf. J- Conslrucllfirv. F EH CHS, SIDE-WALKS, PATIOS, driveways, fram- Inc and form work. Free es- timates workmanship. No ob loo Phone 328 M67 or 345- MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Vrlll thQ offlca Tho Canada Trust Com- pany, Lelhbrldge, AlbeMa tjp to Sep- tember 8, W? for the purchase of fl 1971 Homeeo 13 x 49 ir r> hllo home, excellent comlilion. Avail- able for Immediate possession. Highcit on any offer not necessarily otcd. Passed away in the city on Wednesday, Aug ust 23, 1972, Mr. Gordon Wil liam Patterson at the age of 69 years, licloved husband of Mrs. (Jean) Patterson of 1261 6tl Avenue S. Bom raised anc and educated at Indian Head Saskatchewan and came to Lcthbridge in 1942 lo work for McGavin Bakeries. He retired in 1968 and continued to reside in Lethbridge until his passing. Besides Us loving wife, he Is survived by one son, Mir. IJoyd J, Patterson of Williams Lake, B.C.; ono daughter, Mrs. G. J. (Doreen) Jackson of Calgary; four grandchildren; one great- granddaughter, two s i s lers, Mrs. E. (Ruby) Silzcr, of Leth- IjridRC, and Mrs. L. (Irene) Hood of Groifell, Saskatch- ewan, one brother, Clarence of Kinflsvillc, Ontario. The funcr. al service will be held on Sat- urday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, with in- terment lo follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. phone 328-23C1. Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund care of Mr. Siogmund came to Canada in 1952. He settled first in Pic lure Butte and moved to Coal dale in 1954, where he has re- resided until his passing. H served In the first and Second World War. He is survived by one son, Mr. Gunter Siegmund of Red Deer, Alberta, three daughters, Mrs. A. (Brigitle) Davidson ot Hardisty, Alberta, Mrs. (Hilda) Pickering of Leth- jridge, Miss Ingrid Siegmund of Coaldale; nine grandchil- Iren; and one sister in Ger- many. He was predeceased by BS loving wife, Mrs, Clara Bertha Siegmund on August 11, 1972 and by one son. The fun- eral service will be held on Saturday at p.m. In Mar- tin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., with Bev. B. L. Anderson of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Coaldalo Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. S., phone 328-2381.. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- C3829 FUNERALS TRU1TT Funeral service for Alvin IJoyd Truilt, who passed away In Calgary, Aug. 13, 1972, was held in Pincher Creek United Church Thursday, Aug. 17, at, 3 p.m., Rev. Rob- ert Shank and Rev. Robert Put- man officiating. Interment fol- lowed in Fairview Cemetery. Pallbearers were Reginald Brunt, James Burns, Kenneth Davies, Frank Horvalh, Mer- Doch McCrea and Wayne Truitt. Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. ALL REPAIRS CARPCIITRY, roofing sricclililino; In cnimney'., brjcK, i stuc- RAIrlBOW PAINTING AND fT r h "i CR turta, Ufa Phonr. RCoruiG, SIDING mi-t ALUMINUM WltHJq-.VS AND DMRS _ CUSTOM I'URNITIJfU: RE Payment will be your accourvf. made upon receipt SHIP. MB '_ me i C I RHNTAL C.ravrrl iMi-l.m. Ii III no I rljjnlnq. C F IA E.N T vnry anil truccoln'J Anderson and C tion, 10JO 7m Ave 1. Phone m-UM. _ rARprilTRV RFMODH1-- PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE THAT ArHmr Thornton v.'ill no lonqrV TENDERS I nnd ninvr ir.wel pile yrii.) 'mm P.I, Now Vfl'.. Hii) nn b'v. v ?'00 p m. Ifllh MI ft- JOD lu comWmo no l.ifcr Sept. 1. V. Ollthrlsl RiiY'in.nd, All.crr-i- NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS H THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT Of LLIHElRlDGr: In 1he Estate ol NELLIE C. RAF- FERTY, Ijle ol Ifie cf Lelhlxidcja the Province ol Alberta. died wi the- 31-J day Dl July, AD. 1971. TAKE UOTICi: Ih.i! Nil pericfil hav- nci upon Hie of 1ha nhove rvA.iiMI niLisr lilc with Ihe undermen- lioncd by Iho rlfly cf A.D. 1971 lull cf Ihelr claims And ot hclj HUCKVALE, WILDE AND KRUSHEL Acndla DullrttnQ, Solicitors lor Tixeculci< Nellie Edith WcEfroy. All i TENDER Ssrvlcr limited, the lol- lowing: Lot no. I One 1957 Pipe- lo.lcfpr wlncfi Sfrlfll No. let llo. 7 One fargn 700, Shorl Wheel Single fixlfl SrfUl Re-ir BKlc 1R.WV I-tve speed he.ivy duly 1 ol tin 3 One Chovrold EO Spnrfnn Includes llh vjhccl. nnri homo tow- Ini) Ha One Fruen.iuf 30 fl. Single, OIKifx) Una I driller} Air equipped nntl shock blocks. Lot No. S One single duel wheeled Pipe fr fllr Tontlen be equipped tire, received In far viewing or lender, call or I Aconite Pipe Services l.lmlled nox 7318, TBljer, Alberllt, Phone MJ-312S Mn. Shurll socretflrY DcAdllne for ferderj Is senlsmoer 1977. Ten.lcvj to opened p m., Seplemter 7. Iv7i. The highest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. Lacombe Pipe Services Limited nas heen to-wlng bomes for some llmo now and Is presently In posses- sion ct the AlberlB Operflllon Rights frr Anyone wlshlnf] further tn. formation may contact above. Mrs M N. Wrny, 170S 15 St. S. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors ot Funeral Scmce. C3S31 Passed away in the city on Wednesday, August 'a, 1972, following a brief ill- ness, Mrs. Mary Penncr nt tho age of 73 years, beloved wife of Mr. David Penncr of Grassy Lake. Horn, raised and educat- ed in the Ukraine, tho late Mrs. Penncr came lo Canada in 1925, first lo Kitchener, Ontario, then in the spring of IMfi she moved lo Grassy Lake to live on a fatm with her husband, where she resided until her passing. He-sides her loving husband she is survived by four sons, Messrs. David Penncr Jr. of l.cthbridge, Willnrd nnd Jake Ponner of Grassy Lake, Bill I'enncr of Medicine Hat; Ihrcc i. Mrs. H. 'MnriO of Calgary, Mrs. A. (Krcda) Neumann of Clcar- lirook, B.C., Mrs, .1. CKrnrO Dvck of Calgary; M grandchil- dren; 21 grent-grandchilclren; sisters, Mrs. J. (Anna) Willms ol and Mrs. Tina Siemens' of Ihe Ukraine. She was predeceased by an in- fnnt son, an infant daughter, and four brothers. Tho funeral service will lie held on Satin-- day at 3 p.m. in the Mennonilo Drethrcn Church, Orassy Lake, wilh Rev. ,T. I'ankratz of- Interment will follow in the Grassy Cemetery. I-'rlcncls may pay their re- 11EMSLEY Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Daisy Hcmsley, beloved wife of Hie Into Mr. Jack Hcmslcy who died in (he city Wednesday, Aug. 16, 1972, after a brief illness at tho age of 80 years, was held at a.m. Saturday, Aug. 19. 1972, in Martin Bros. ........._.. ____ Traditional Chapel with llev. Father M. Gillis, Or.1I, the celchranl. Pall- licarers were Dave and Tom Parker, Bernard and Peter Tichler, Henry Wallbrpok and Lcs Coyle. Interment was In the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- lin Bros. Lid., Directors ot Fun- eral Service, was in charge of UK arrangements. CI1A1TEM. Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. IsalxHla M.iy Chappell, Iwloved wife of (lie laic James Chappell who died at Fort Mactcocl Monday, Aug. 1-1, 197Z, following n brief ill- ness, was held at 3 p.m. Thurs- day, Aug. 17, 1972, in Trinity United Church, Fort Macleod, wilh llev. Peter Walker offi- ciating. Pallhearcrs were Case liycoop, Wallace Daley, Tom Blair, Hoy Thompson. J. S. Don- ahue and William Baird. Inter- ment was in the family plot of tho Fort Macleod Cemetery. Marlin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. spccts at Martin Bros. MEM, OHIAL CHAPEL, 7M 13th St. N. on Friday and In tho Foyer of the Church on Saturday from 2 p.m., until just prior to the Service. MARTIN KHOS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. I3S30 CARD OF THANKS Wo wish lo thank all the wonderful people of who went out of tbcir way to help us find our little cat. A special thanks