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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 63 MUSIC TEACHERS P llirouuh Vmr. 3JS-1301. __ _ _ Krfc II A R D A K .C -T. IOLIN LESSONS. A.I.C.M., 0. B. BEHT 3 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ARBER WANTED 1O r -.hop. Kor fuilhcr nVsilOP WELL ESTAB, Led. Well wulpped. rcqussl. Bat IO, EXPERIENCED MUSIC requires HudenlJ. Apply [l Phone h SI. C 5 nn l-cls. 1014 Henderson Dlvil. 6S LOST AND FOUND __ LOST IN LE7HDRIDOE, AUGUST I Liay's 'Ing, lopii surrounde. ty pwru stl In Rc Phota Mrs. Tl-vlor colled Culbank, Monlona. _ n G.II.T iW, _ E BLAC loll 66 PERSONAL __ ATTR RC E E Inlorinofion 7431-2? Jjirtks, Jucctths, ONFCCTIONERY FOR SALE. GOOD caticn. t... inn st. II Inquiries phone 327-MJa. 47, atler 4 p.m. OR m rTe A u T i r u L reslor, Valley 10 >f> mnt. Working uhll. Fruit Irets. crrns. R.R. I, SHt W, j. hone 42B-4S47. ____. U YARD a month. Price Terms considered. 33_ Her 4 p.ri Hav LFASE A SERVICE STA lour years experience SkiM lla'l." BJ.-J KlaucJf. ___ FISH AMD CHIP SHOP FOR SALE H GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. Doln well. I'o compel'Hon. llrement. Phono MAYTAG SALES MID SERVICu. SER vices on all makes ol ".v.hers .-in dryers, aulomatlc cr convenllonal. Als ill small appliances, lavjn rnower Irons, vacuum cleaners. loo larfle tr tno small. LETHBRI APPLIANCE, 3'd S.-Phon CHAIN SAWS WOTOR MOWER PARTS AND SERVICE PHONE 32M669 70 GARDENING MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FRE estimates, pruning, trimming and f' (no. Can PUT luaranlce 377-80 C27CJ EEPING ark. Uoybl TILE J. Ci AND CEMENT nslructlon. 3JB-M70 1343-lf DEATH JOHNSON Axel, passed away in Cardston on Wednes- day, August Z3rd, W72 at the ige o( S3 years. Mr. Johnsoi s horn in Sweden on April u 1M9. Requiem Mass will be said in St, Theresa's Catholic Church in Cartlston on Satur- day, August 26th al 2 p.m., with Father Philill I'oulin as Celebrant. Interment fol- low in the Woolford Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Chrislensen Chapel in Cardston on Friday, August 25th at 8 n m CHHISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Di- DEATHS Passed away In Milk lUver on Thursday, Au- gust 24, 1972, Mr. Robert James Leslie at the age c! 91 years, beloved husband ol Mi's. Ada Ixslle of M 11 k Hivcr. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when c o rn p letc d. MARTIN liliOS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C3857 rcctors of Funeral Service. C3860 SIECMUND Passed away in Calgary on Wednesday, Au- gust 23, 1972, Mr. Erich Paul Sicgmuiid, at the age of 73 years beloved husband of tha late Mrs. Clara lierta Sicg- mund of Coaldale. The funeral service will be held on Satur- day at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 Srd Avenue S., with Rev. Blake Anderson officiating. Interment will follow in the Coaldale Cem- etery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bcos. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., phone 328-2301. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C3854 DEATHS TJIAVEKS Passed away in Cranbrook on Thursday, Au- gust 24, 1972, Mr. George Dougherty Travers at Iho age ut M years, ol No. 303 Gordon Villa Apis., Cranbrook, beloved husband of liic late Mrs. Iso- Ixtllc Travers. Funeral arrange- ments will he announced when completed. M A K T 1 N BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C3858 CALMAN Fanny, a former well known Letriljridge res ident, passed away in Winni peg, Saturday, August 19, 1972 She is survived by her two sons, Morris and lly of Leth bridge; one daughter, Mrs. H (Sahinc) Dclir of Winnipeg one brother, two sisters and twelve grandchildren. She was E N C E S. PATIOS, Ivcways, aaragei. cupbcards. Ircrn- Hnlshino and form work. Free Ics Mn small. Phone mWO or PUBLIC NOTICES August 21st. AlUBOVi PAINTING AND DtCOR- ling Wall paper, vinyl .nd Fre. estim.les. Phone J2MIW FRED STEINER CF.MENT Id basement! dug, water oroollng. In- ured, Ires estimates. Phone NOTICE THAT Arthur Thompson will be responsible fcr debts o. Incurred personally or express vjrjllen conscnl- TENDERS win be accepted by Towi ol Coal- slieels ol >l" plywocxl, some M, Material can r.e seen at the -Sam Any or all tenders not nc-cessarlly accepted. Town cl Coaldftle Box IK Monday CARDS OF THANKS ,LL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDINO. me, kitchens, cabmets, nl, certmle lile. Tovin or coun- Phone 3J8-10I1. tJG. PHONE JONES TENDERS CUSTOM FURNITURE REWODEL- in OHkP furnilure, cupboards, vani- ig OIU CRAFTSMAN- Load, v.'elfjh 'nd move Daylon, V lo Raymond t ho miiei.) yds. on Otilgnaled streets, 6-000 vds Bid on Ion-mile bail Bidding close! p.m. 58th Aug. SKIP. Phono AN D Gravel Tent. Ci clcanlig. Avfi. S. EQufpwiENT RENTALS eling. Compnctlon eiulp- crclc- equipment, c o r r n I r than Sept. 1. Raymsnil, Alterla. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE CLAYDON Passed away in the cily on Wednesday, August 23 1872, following a brief ill- ness Mr. James Wiiford Clay- don at the age of C7 years, o! Noblciord. Born in the late Mr. Claydon was raised and educated in the New lands District He has farmed on the original home- stead all of Ills life and the last surviving son of Ihc well district old-timer Arthur Claydon. He was a member of the Canadian Le- gion, Noblcford and the Old Timers Club. The funeral ser- vice vrill be held on Monday ai TOO p.m. in Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N with Hev. H. Jost officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends :-ay pay thsir respects Martis Bros. JIEMORIAL LAPEL, 703 13th St. N., phone 8-1361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Mreclors of Funeral Service. away in the city on Wednesday, Au- gust 23, 1972, Mr. Gordon Wil- liam Patterson at the age of 69 vcars, beloved husband of Mrs. Jean Patterson of 1264 Cth Ave- nue S. Tha (uncral service will he held on Saturday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Tilake Anderson official- ng. Interment will follow in Tountain View Cemetery. ''riends may pay their respects at Martin'Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13lh St. N., phono 328-2361. Those who wnh may donate to the Alhcrta Hear Fund, care of Mrs. M. N. Wray 705 15th St. S. MARTIN BROS VTD., Directors ot Funera Service. C385f MASSON We wish to ex- jress our deepest appreciation and thanks to friends, neighbors and relatives who sent flowers, donations to the Heart Fund, ood, cards and expressions ol sympathy, and in any way help- ed us In our time of bereave- ment. Thanks also lo the nurses and doctors o[ St. Michael's Hos- pital. Richard, Marilyn and Heather Masson. X3 120-26 CIiniSTENSBX We wish lo express our sincere thanks to relalives, friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown us at the loss of our dear husband, father and grand- father. Their tlioughifulncss in gifts of food, floral arrange- ments, sympathy cards and memorial cards were deeply ap- preciated. A special thanks to he doctors of the Haig Clinic, ic nurses and staff of the Muni- pal Hospital for their wonder- ul care and kindness given our vcd one. Thanks to the pall- earers, to those who prepared nd served lunch and helped in any way to ease our burden. ____. Friday, Aurjusl 25, 1972 THE IETHBRIOGE KRAID 23 IN MEMORIAMS i CA.MI'BELlj In loving mem- o 1 ory of a dear Eon and brother, S David Arthur, who passed away suddenly on August 23, 1970. You were taken without any warning, Your going left hearts filled with pain. But though you are gone from among us, In our hearts you will always remain. -Ever remembered and sadly missed by mom, dad, broth crs Richard, Brian and Bruce and their families. 25, 1971. Oar hearts sorrow, MfLLAHI) In loving mem- ory of our dear mother and grandmother, Mrs. Freida Mil- lard, who passed away August still ache witti And secret tears still tlcrw. For what it meant to lose you, mother, Ko OP.C will ever know. Each time we see your photo You seem to smile and say, Don't cry kids, I'm only sleep- ing, We'll meet again some day. -Lovingly remembered b y daughter Janet, family. an( Free SaHsfacliori Call Chris 328611 alter 6 p.m. LACOrABE NURSERIES dale, Phcne Open Monday and Friday evenings Closed Sunrjay-.. Available Tvcrgrctn irees hrubi. All plants guranteeo. F r c e delivery la Lclhbrjdgc. C3loa-tlt> AND SUPPLIES ITSKSl CARPEUTRY WORK. REMODEL- FARM GROWH, YOUNG FRYING antl roaillnn erilcXeni. -17 cenli per lb., pan rcaby. on doicn lots. dc- livery. Also custom killing. B. Dyck, coildtle. Pnone 4t tt, 7, m. BOX NUMBERS Sealed Icn-Jsrs will received el olftco The Trust Corn- any. Alberta up lo -mber 8, 1972 'or the purchase of a 171 Homcco Slalcsman 12 x it mo- ile excelltnt condition, avail- ble for Immediate possession. (ilaliMl on any not necessarily "payment will In upon rccelp I your account. PUBLIC NOTICES 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES COLLIE PUPS FOR CASl TALE. APPLY mire JOANNE'S POOCLi: AND PET CLIP- pint) Service. For unoolnlmcnl. phjije CUDDLY SIAMESE KITTENS EX- cellent wllh children. Houso MB-4913. 7110-n YEAR OLD MALE BEAGLE CROSS. Llghl yellow, Gord (cr (arm. Phor.e 735M73S, Pierre REGISTERED MINIATURE lean EsVilmo pups. Phona 3 IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE ol Oswald Lavers cf City ol 1 the Province cl Alberta, who died o Ihe um day ol April, 1973. TAKE NOTICE mill all persons lia Iny claims upon Ine eslale cl U above named must file Ihe unde. sinned Solicitors by Ihe 7filh day 0 September, 1972, a full statement o Ir claims and ol securities pimCHARD, HIGA, BORA AND WOOD 102. 710 4th Avenue South, Lelhbridtje, Albcrtd Solicitors for Ihe Executors IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE o! TaHayukl Saru ct Tater, ;f Alberla, >f May, 1977. t NOTI the da kCE that ha of H undc TAK- above named file signed Solicitors by Ihe J6th September, 1971. fl lull stale....... their claims and ol securities Held b HIGA, BORA AND WOOD NO Avenua South, Lefhtxidge, Alterla Solicitors lor Iho Executrix PUREORED. RESISTERGri DOOER- man-Pinscher, male, with tiusliW. 318W71. PUREDRED MINIATURE GERmN Dsclishund puppies tor tile. SM. Phone mEMl._______ PURED" CE R MA u s H o R THAI R pups, weeks olil. Phone 1UK2- 44W, Columbia WlCtl ?tg? j4 TilRiTTijTwEEK OLD PUPS. TWO male female. fMtMrc.l by Silver French poo-Jle Phone 377.4107- 'snM TTioH TOWERED, RroisinRro. Enqllsh Seller pupv top lielH hunting slctk. Write Ted ler, 82? Naptcwood Creicent, s. E., TENDER Lin- 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES EARN MONEY IN SPARE TIME Ittn nr women to re slock and money Iroin lie" Type hlsh quality coin operated dispensers In your area. No selling. To nuality. musl have car, rmrencd, lo 13.000 cash Seven to- twelve hourv can net excel- lent income, "ore full lime. We cslab- Ilih your route. For personal interview Including number: 8 V DISTRIBUTORS LIMItriB Ocpl. "A" 1117 Tecumseh Roed, Las, WINDSOR 20, Ontario. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "Lisl llio leader" Muilliplo Lisling Scrvieo MEAT BUSINESS An v.'htilrM.if! flnd ret nil Lacomfce Pipe Serv Taber, offers fo 1 One Gr.K Truck Pipe toader wilh winch serial No. "LO" Ho, J One 1941 Forgo 7CO, Short Wheel Base, Single axle Serial No. 7783914116. Rear axle Five ipee-l heavy duly transmission Lot No 3 One I960 Chevrolet Model SO Spartan Includes 5lh and mobile- home tow- I ot Mo 4 __ One Fruehanf 30 11. Slnnle, Olllled llrailerl Air equipped and shock tlpckj. t at No. 5 Ono single- duel wheeled Pipe trailer and bunks, equipped wilh air Includes spare tire, -Tenders musf be received in writ- "rV viewing or fender, call or write: tacomhe Pipe Services Limited Box 3218, Taber, Alberla. Phcne 5M-J1J5 Mrs. stvurll Maxell secrelary. Deadline lor Tendon Is September A 1973. Tenders To opened p.m., September 7, 1973. The highest or any tender nol nccei- larily accepted. Lncomle Pipe Services Llmlled has teen lowing mobile homes for some time r.0" and Is presently In posses- sion of Ihe Alberta operalion Hlghls lor lame. Anyone wishing further In- for.Tiallori may contact above. A73 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TENDER PURCHASE, DEMOLITION AND REMOVAL OF CENTRAL SCHOOL alcd tenders, dearly marked on vclonc as lo contcnls, be celveU al Ihe Ollico ol the Purcha! Cily Slnres, 26C i1h SI. No Lelhbridce, Altcrt.i vjnlil P MOST SEPTEMBER 11, 1973 for Purchase, Demolition and Rc-.-noval Central School. wMrh is located 5th Ave. and arley below prevailing world irlces. Mr. Lang said In a telephone nterview from Ottawa Tuesday :hat "some of Alvin Hamilton'a Irienda at that time were crit- icizing the Wheat Board lor not selling barley at whatever prico the Americans were selling at." Mr. Lang added that the Wheat Board has been selling barley at the best price obtain- able. Uso (hanks to Rev. D. Sipe or his kind words and to the loir and organist. Your thought- ulncss will always be cherish- ed in our memory. Chris Jensen Evelyn and family. 7772-26 War stepped up TOKYO (AP) The Pathet Lao's political arm the Lao Patriotic Front says the United States has brought its air war in Laos "to the highest level of intensity." An English text of the report was broad- cast Thursday by North Viet- nam's Vietnam News Agency quoting the Communist 1'athet Lao press agency. Busing grants up 10 per cent CALGARY (CP) The pro- vincial government has in- creased by 10 per cent grants to school boards for busing stu- dents, so empty inner-city classrooms can be filled, Edu- cation Minister Lou Hyndman ivs. Under recent regulations changes, the city school board can receive an extra year- ly per student bused and rural school boards can claim an additional Hoards busing students to avoid school construction will claim extra able money. Adult s w o NO SCALES have no Boards are to decide which students meet those conditions of busing. Mr. Hyndman announced dur- ing the spring legislature ses- liat new schools would not unless "absolutely sion be buil needed." Most transfers will be of sub- urban children to central schools which now are disused AdUIL imvc i.u.. scales anywhere on their bodies. I due to population shifts. Cattlemen join in protest CALGARY (CP) The West- ern Stock Growers' Association has joined other cattlemen in protesting the federal ban on all use of Diethyl Stilbestrol, a growth stimulant. President Tom Gilchrist said the association is concerned about the manner in which tha ban was decided upon. "Tha restrictions were Initi- ated from minority public pressure and sensationalism rather than from factual Infor- mation. "There Is no proof that tha use of DES has been detri- mental to human health." Tha ban-, effective Jan. I, puts the Canadian beef Indus- try at an economic disadvBBi> age compared with that in tfao Uniled States, he said. WEST Frank Henry, pass away in Lethbridge on Wed 'day, August 23, 1972, at Ih ce of 74 years, beloved hus- and of the lale Mrs. Greta earl West and formerly ol 29 15th Ave. S. Mr. West was orn at Whitewater, Wise, and ime to Canada in sel- ing at Huxley, Alberta. He icn moved with his family lo owden before moving to I.c.li- ridee in where he has csided ever since. He leaves to mourn his passing one son, rcderick of Calgary; one aughler Mrs. Donald (Lois) IcLarcn of Edmonton; MX randchildren; one brother, )vvight West ot Calgary, and ive sisters, Mildred Ness of Mmonton, Marion Earl ot Red Deer, Helen Hobcrg of Rycroft, Jncc Reeves of Edmonton and Elizabeth McRae of Huxley. He vns predeceased by one broth- er Hubert. Funeral services vill be held Saturday, August 26 1972 at p.m. in the Chrislensen Chapel, with Kcv. It W K Elliott olliciating. In- terment will follow in the Mountain View Co met cry. CllfilSTENSEN SALMON U- NEIIAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. It's ell over but the shoutin' and the savin' LONG "........DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL AND HISTORIC PARKS BRANCH INVITATION TO TENDER SALE OF LIVE BUFFALO urchaslng live buffalo Dlcck No. cf Female Tlk Island N.ltlonsl r.1... Tor Ranchinq purnosts In Canada or persons resident In Canada Yearlinq inc? lulunil 1pr No ot Male i: 13 ere Interested In lollowliiq blocks; Age Upset Price per animal Yearling STO.CO Yearling 200.CO 3COM y.irlinti 700 CX) unt tcndcre.-l eyceeds The Tenders will nol re r upset price of 1100.00 per animal. The hultalo ara now being heltl ni Saskatchewan, Alherta and will be selected by Ini rlaril of Canada. They will M Inspected prior lo uy an officer ot the Health of Animals B Department cf AgricuU lard tjflficnat Park, Porl Her Malesty ricer ot the ill Ite given rence underlake to establish a buffalo ranciilng operation s Administrator, AtTalrs and Norlnern For fll 0 illr.n Hfln 3183331. W.U-S. CUM-H to firms or persons who in DOCUMENTS can otifainerl from Co National and Historic parks rtranch. Department cl Indiar. Development, Ijl Cuslrmis nullding. Calgary, 176 SEALED TENDERS mnrkert as lo content, block number and to Conlracls Administrator, Natlorjil end Historic Parks Branch, peoa Indian Aflalrs and Nnrlhern Developmenl, Cwloms Bi......ng, Altcrfa. T2G. OXJ will be received up to: 3 P.M. (M D.T.) rhur-dav. Seplerr.tcr 21. IVJ7 The hioUesr any lenilcr v-ill r.ecessflrdy be accep.td L. H. RohlhSoo Rculonal Oircclor TENNER Passed away in the city on Wednesday, August 23 1972 following a bncl "1- n'c'ss, Mrs. Mary Tenner at the arc of 79 years, beloved wife of Mr. Daviil I'cnner of Grassy Lake Dorn, raised and educat cd in Ihe Ukraine, the lale Mrs I'cnner came to Canada in 1025 first, (o Kitchener, Ontario, tlier in the spring of 11120 she moved lo Grassy Lake lo live on a farm wilh her husband, whcr she resided until her pnssinE Besides lic-r loving husband slie is survived by lour sons Messrs. David Penner Jr. of IxithbridfiC, Willard and .lake I'cnner ol Grassy Lake, Bill 1'eiwr of Medicine Hat: three rlaufihlcrs, Mrs. H. (Marie) Thlcsscn of Calgao', Mrs. A. (Fi'erla) Neumann of Clear- Brook, B.C., Mrs. J. (Ernal Dyck of M grandchil- dren; 24 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. J. (Anna) Willms of LcthbridKC, and Mrs. Tina Siemens, of Ihe Ukraine. She was predeceased by an In- fant son, an infant daughter, and four brothers. The funeral service will foe held on Salirr- dav at 3 p.m. in the Monnonilc Brethren Chnrcli, Grassy Lake, wilh Rev. D. J. Pankralz a'- ficialins. Interment will .follow in the Grassy Lake Cemetery. Friends may pay their rc- spccl.s at Mnrtin Bros. MEM- ORIAL CHAPEL, 703 nth SI. N. on Friday and in the Foyer cf the Church on Saturday from 2 until just prior (o Ilic Service. MARTIN HIIOS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C3859 models! METEOR RIDEAU healer, fender skirts, remold con- Irol mirror, power biatces, power radio, H.D. suspension, LONG '72 AT 172 COUGAR J age. Sizrlfng lime green in color, I STOCK NO, 7561 LONG '71 AT Buy for a few dollars over what we paid the factory End of year discounts on all accessories Over 125 new ears and trucks Must be sold by Sept. 30. 1972 MONTEGO MX STATION WAGON 9 possenger wilh 351 2V engine, oulomolic Ircmi- mission, block healer, power brokes, power ileer- ing, rodio, dsluxB wheel covers, cross counlry ride podcoge, corpeled floor mat, luggoga car- rier wilh air deflector load and many more extras. Seauliful light blue in color wilh blue oil vinyl interior including notch back bench sent, STOCK NO. 2546. SO LONG 72 AT COMET 4 DOOR SEDAN Wilh 250 6 cyl. engine, autonr.alic transmission, S.45 x 14 W.S.W., H.D. battery, block healer, exterior decor group, handling suspension pock- age. Medium brown in color wild ginger interior. STOCK NO. 2555 CO 1 9R SO LONG 72 AT I C3 1972 FIDO SPORT CUSTOM Equipped wilb 360 V-8, automatic transmission, H.O. shocks, H.D. batlery, block healer, gauges, 5500 GV.W., auxiliary fuel Tonk, jwlng lok mir- rors, hub cops end 7.00 x 15 6 ply rubber. Ron- goon red in color. STOCK NO. 2525. SO IONG 72 AT COLLeoe ;