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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SELLING HOTEL Fcrnie, B.C. Otlurs. Will nego- tiate, -123-6105. 6931-UM FOR RENT OR LEASE F'-ORT dinor antl conlcclionDry, ifi Fort M.TC, Gowl local iuii Apply J. A. Tno- gocd, Forl Gulf Service cr phono 33-i- 3245 '396-1 TWELVE UNIT MASONRY blcch const rue I ion. Nine years eld. occupancy in -unimc-r. ft.A A. ralcd. Priced for quick sale. Wrilo Box 97, Cardilon. 7378-29 AGGRESSIVE INDIV I D U A L RE- quired as agcnl lor Farm Pelroloum delivery service. M a o r marketer south cenlrril Albc-rlii lnver.lmr-nl rp quired. Financing available. VVrilp 131, Herald. ?-W- STORE BUILDING FOR SALE BUSINESS BUILDING counter, Ipuntlromnl, IjarliDr shnp, pool room, laur aparlmenls. Box 155, Wnrncr. 823-29 CQUIPPFD ES- ry S2500 itcck to n quarlnra aliacli- unsliiirr.. cr confeci 75 CONTRACTS GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Surenson Construction, 1020 7ln Avc. S. Phone 377-66B2. C7377-II GORGE HAVEN 1329 9lll SI. N., LclMjrldqt. kitchen pus, moms Remodel I inti and re- piiira for city or counlry. Phone 3519, for free esllmales. 7-1E9-II QUILT HOWES, RUMPUS rcruwn lions. Call Ted Bing- ilruclion. 4078-lf C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS For your snow removal. Private drive ways. C9529-lf FRED STEIHER CEMENT WORK, uld bair-menis dug, water proofing. In- sured, Iree i-sliinalei. Phone 327-8286. FINISHING, RUMPUS ROOMS, CUP- hnards, framing. All re modelling No jobs loo small. Pnone 32B-OVB7, days; 3i5.3.i93, rvemmjs ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 32B 57.15 C1936-M LEASING FULLY famished confeciicni fce purchased, l.ivir td. Seven separate Rent csrrplele un cry only. Reasonable 320 13th St. N. Phone nt. Local 37B-JISO. LUCRATIVE, ESTABLISHED YEAR round business en l-.vo Ids. Six rcom 2.1x3? sno" torroltle v.-ilh slock and machinery. licensed and :cr- vicf.d in commercial arra. Groat cnc man operation or unlimilcd rcom (cr expansion. Owner relirinu. TRrms cr may rent. Wrile lOlh St. Cran- brcok or phone 424-3952. 2 KAY-LYN FASHIONS "EXCLUSIVE LADIES WEAR" TABER, ALBERTA A GOING BUSINESS INCLUDING MODERN STORE, LOT AND AP- PROXIMATELY TO SI ON UP TO DATE STOCK Cash and Assuma Present I.D.B. Mortgage at 8% Welding and Blacksmith Shop j Located in hear! of fcrmmci and In- duslriel ares Gnad DDfeniifl1 O.vrrr tins other interesis. Top qualily tools Inciudtd. FREE ESTIMATES rcalicn rooms, kilchens, balh- 3r any lype of residential re- ig. You are under no obliga- -Monday, febrvBrr FUNERALS Jtyirths, Of YHl inHBRIDGI HHAID 23 I IN MEMORiAMS ADVANCE LUMBER Co. Ltd. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 13lh St. S- Ptione 326 3301 PUBLIC NOTICE TENDERS Sealed Ism flip supply, proximately blocks for If lor Hivery and laying ol ap- ,930 eight inch cernerl consrruclion ol the ad- Royal Canadian Legion, Island Branch Ho. 197. Construction lo start as soon as frosl perm its. Also, under separole lender, approximately one hundred and lA'enly I wo lineal (eel of ioundalion footing. See Mr R. T. Hopkins tor plans and specif icDlions. Closing dale exlended lo Friday, March 17th, al p.m., M.S T 1573, due to delay in receiving lue prints and specifications. Lowest or any tender not necessarily :cepled Reg T. Hopkins Chairman, Building Commlilee p M.L.S LISTINGS L. S. Hand'ey Rcpcr Handley.......... i Fred Burron BUI f.'ieheden Clure Oilver OLIVER-HANDLEY REAL ESTATE Coal'Jalc 3-il-jij.! SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. (Eslablished 1927) PHONE 328-3331 A real going atore in small soul hern Alberta town has lust about cveryliiing the farmer could for. One person can fianCle Today for rnore information. Phcnc 32B-4W5 OT 338-3331. M.L.S. FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST CO. LTD. PHONE 326-5548 GARAGE AND IMPLEMENT in gr.rd i.-'iihern .a in Ihe heart tf cram, collie flr.tl bLSir-'.S v.iih excel lent payroll. Cent's d laM'c brick !lfC ;10Ci) franip huilri- rrnin section cf (own, Plcniv of Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Montreal Oskar Cameron i G r u n c r, 95. inlernationally- k n o n physician, researcher and professor, author of several hooks and articles on cancer, I after a lengthy illness. .Montreal Godfrey Eric Fochs. 82, who scored 10 goals in one game for Germany in an Olympic soccer contest against j Russia, m 1912, an Olympic scoring record- Jessie Young. GG, director of nursing for almost 20 years at Women's College Hos- pital. New Victor G. Heisur. 99. who pioneered in mass treatment of lepers in the Phillipines and told of his exper- ences in the widely read book An American Doctor's Odyssey. DEATHS CASSIDY William John passed away in Lclhbridgc on Friday, February 23, J072, Hie age of 96 years, Ijeloved husband of Hie late Mrs Eslclla Cassidy. Funeral ser vices will held Tuesday February 29. 1972 at 2 p.m., in the Chrislensen Uiapcl, with Rev. A. T. King officiating. In Lerment follow in the Fam ily Plot m Mountain View Cem elcry. CHRISTEN SEN SALM ON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. U09 ST. DENNIS Saturday February 26, 1972, William Ed- ward, c'igcd 49 years. 330 8Lh Avenue S.E., Calgary, beloved father cf Ron, Claresholm, Ken, Victoria, B.C., Airs. Chris tine PrcnLice, Calgary, Miss Norma EL Dennis, Lethbridge Bom at Maple Creek, Eask. he has resided in Alterta for 25 years and a resident of Cal- gary since 1969. He server' overseas during the Seconc World War with Royal Cana- dian Army having served in England, Germany and France. He was predecc ased by his wife, Evelyn ir 1S5II at Lelh- i bridge. He is also survived by Lwo grandchildren: two sisters, i Mrs W. (M a ry) Bender, Mrs. D. (Hallie) Mac- 1 Donald, Lethbridge; two broth- ers, Fred, LeLhbridge. Charles, Brooks. Services at LEYDEN'S "Chapel of Calgary, Wednesday a.m., Father P. A. Tessier officiating. Interment Field of Honor, Queen's Park Cemetery, Cal- gary. 7561A Traps rare wolf MEAUX, France (Reuicr) Farmer Daniel Maurice called in a veterinarian lo identify i the breed of a wild-looking dcg lie caught in a trap near his chicken coop. It was a Polish wolf, bc-lieved to be the first captured in Franco in 50 years. 'attern SMITH Passed away sud- denly in (be city on Friday, February 25, 1972, Mr. Forrest Tclford (Smilty) Smith, at the age of 49 years, of 1244 5th Avenue A S.. beloved husband of the late Mrs. Ann Smith. Bom in Red Deer, the late Mr. Smith served overseas with the Regina Rifles in lire Second World War. He moved to LeLhbridge in 194G and was employed by the CPR before joining Ihe Pest Office Staff here in 1960, where he was em- ployed at the time of his pass- ing. He is survived by on2 son, homp; cne sister, Patrick, Mrs. K. (Doris) Lisler, Alberta; one brother, Air. Ray- mond Smitli, Rod Detr, and several nephews and nieces. The funeral service be held on Wednesday at p.m. in .M a r t i n Bros. MEMORIAL I CHAPEL. 703 13 SI. N., with i Rev. Dr. R. K. EUiott offi- ciaLmg. Cremation will follow. i MARTLX BROS. LTD.. Direc- j tors of Funeral Service. C414 Pattern 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS OUALIF-Y. Cil.l KREBS, ur-r-IU DENCC 355 CALGARY, H.-.I. That r.i YOU fl 1 he firn by Illo 1014 TliiiH Avenue Soulli Phone 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED Special deals for homeowners at Associates "hat are new spring dresses made of? Sugar-sweet frosting of (lower embroidery on the easiest of skimmers! Seo ('banning bolero effect created by simple seaming. Send! Printed Pattern 4900: Sizes 2, 4, Size 6 lakes I', yds. H5-in. Transfer. SKVHNTy-HVK CUNTS in coins IIKI stamps, please) for jullmi-add is cents for i-ach pallorn for first-class mailing and special handling. Send To: ANNE ADAMK, CO Front SI. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- ------------------------------------------IBKH, YOUR NAMIO AND AD- DRESS, and the name of Ibe DEATHS BIAN'CIII Passed away in the city on Sunday, February 27, 1972, following a lengthy ill- ness, Mrs. Ena Adelaide Uian- chi, at the age of 59 years, be- loved wife of Mr. Victor Bi- anchi of Knappen, Alberta. Fu- neral arrangements will Ire announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C413 BULL SHIELDS Adelina, (Day Rider J, passed away in Edmonton on Saturday, Febru- ary 26th. 1972, at the age of 31 years. Requiem Mass will be said in St. Catherine's Catholic Church in Standoff on Wednes- day, March 1st at 10 a.m., with Father J. Regnicr as celebrant. Interment will follow in the Standoff Cemetery. Prayers will be said Tuesday night at the hcme. C H R I STENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HO.ME LTD., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice. Clio G U U NI N G E U away in .Alagrath on Sunday, February 27, 1972, following a DEATHS WOLFE away in Calgary on .Sunday, February 27, 1972, Mrs. Maryann Wolfe, at the age of 76 years, of Cal- gary (formerly of beloved wife cf the late Mr. John Wolfe. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when complelcd. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc.ors of Funeral Ser- vice. DEATH EN'NS Passed away snd- UII1CICLUK _ Funeral ser- vice for W. Ashley Wheeler, Ire- lovcd husbajid of Mrs. Mar- garet Etta Wheeler of 2CII 7th Aye. S. with Rev. Dr. R. W, K. ly in the city Monday. Feb. 21, 1972. was held at p.m. Thursday in the Martin Bros. Tradilional Chapel, (112 3rd Avc. S. with Rev. Dr. H. W. .K Elliot officiating. Cremation followed. Martin Bros. Ltd, Directors of Funenil Service dcnly Februarv the city on Friday, 23, 1972, Mr. Abrarn George Enns, at UK age of 78 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Enns of Coaidale. Bern in the Ukraine in 1894. the late Mr. Enns came lo Ontario in 192ii, Ihsn to While Wafer, Manitoba in 1927 and in 1930 was in charge of ments. lie arrange- ALI.EN Funeral service for Frajik Ernest Allen, native son of Billinghay, England, who came to this country in 1912 to fr.rm at Del Bonila and grath IBrad.shawi and Ma- uho moved lo Grassy Lake where j dicd Friday, Feb. 18, 1972, afle Mrs. Theresa t h e age of 73 brief illness, Gruninger, at years, beloved wife of Mr. Steve Gruninger of Magrath. Bom and raised in Hungary, the late Mrs. Gruninger came to Magrath in 1928 and has re- sided there ever since. Besides her loving husband, she is sur- vived by one daughter. Mrs. E. (Elizabeth) SLaner, Magralh; two sons, Steve Jr. and George, both of Magrath; 11 grandchil- dren, two great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Katie Schil- linger and Mrs. Elizabeth Reiner, both in West Germany and Mrs. Mary Yager of New Jersey, U.S.A.: two brothers, Mr. Emery Edlinger of Van- couver and Mr. Michael Edlingcr of New York. Pray- ers will be said on Tuesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL, 703 I3th St. I N. Requiem Mass will Ire cel- ebrated on Wednesday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with ROT. Father L. Cassidy celebrant. Interment will follow in the Magralh Cemetery. Friends msy pay Uieir respecU at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL; phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4M C415 married the former Miss a llljlcss, >vils hc'd al 2 Elizabeth Dyck. They moved P-m- Wednesday in the Ma- i to Purple Springs and farmed United Church with Rev. MEYER Passed awav in i there for 32 years before relir-1 Jl- Carnochan officiating. Lhe city on Saturday, February ing Taber where they rc- sided for seven years, movinj 26, 1972, Mrs. Annie Kalherine (Atterton) Msyer, at the age of 77 years, beloved wife of Mr. Henry Meyer of Green Acres Lodge. Born in Sweden, the late Mrs. Meyer ccme to Wetaski- uin in 1902 where she raised and educated. to Coaidale in July 190B, where he has resided until his Palllrearers were Otto Wileinsky, pass- ing. Besides his loving v.-ifc, he is survived by two daughters, moved to where she when thev Coaihursf in resided until moved to several Mrs. K. (Kay) Issac, Williams was Lake, B.C., Mrs. A. (Lena) Mc- Shc N'ally, Excel, Alberta; three 1912 sons, Mr. Peter Enns, Lcth- 1925 bridge, Mr. Rudy A. and Mr Alberta points in the hotel busi- ness. She moved lo Lethbridge in 1962 and was predeceased by her first husband, the late Mr. John Atterlon, in the lale 1900's. Besides her loving hus- band she is survived by one sister, Mrs. W. J. (Christina) Willis, Lelhbridge; cne broth- er, Mr. Gfbricl Holm, Wclaski- win, Alberta and two nephews, Messrs. Albert and Allen Willis of Lelhbridge. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Tuesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Interment will follow hi John Enns, both of Taixjr; 13 grandchildren, and one brother, Mr. George Euns, in the Old Country. He was predeceased by one daughter, Mrs. T. (Wilda) Ness in 1958. The fu- neral service will be held on Tuesday at p.m. in the Coaidale Mennonite Conference Church, with Rev, Peter Relzlaff, Hey. Frank Dyck and Rev. David Pankratz official- ing. Interment will follow in the Jim Jim Blaxall, Hunter, Wren Holiday, George Minor and Darrcl Nelson. Interment was in the family plot in the Magralh Cemcntary. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Sen-ice, was in charge of the arrangements. In loving memory of a dear husband, father find grandfather, Ed Neve, who passed nway February 28, 1970. Beautiful memories woven in gold. This is Uic picture your loved ones hold, Deep in our hearts your mem- ories are kept, To love and to cherish i n d never forget. remembered by hia wife Mary, children and grandchildren. 7549 SPRLAK In loving mem- ory of our dear father and grand- falher. John, who passed away February 28, 19G6. Each year the leaves may wither, Each evening the sun may But the hearts that loved and lost you, Are Uie hearts that will never forget. remembered and sadly missed by daughter Helen, son-in-law Mike, grandchild- ren and Sophie Hud. 7360 TYSON Funeral for Mrs. Jessie McKonzie Ty- son, beloved wife of Mr. Doug- las Tyson of 1006 Stafford Place who dicd in the city Monday, Feb. 21, 1372, after a brief illness at fha age of 61 years, was held al p.m. Thursday in the Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Pall- bearers were Dennis Burt, Wil- liam Lsavitt, Roger Marsh, Eu- gene Faulkenberg. William Ar- KOWALSKI Treasured memories of a dear mother service and grandmother, who Coaidale Cemetery. Friends jSCJ1C and Orfist Inter may pay tlieir respects al Mar- mcnt was in Mountain View tin Bros. Marti" Bros' Ud- Directors of Fursral Service, CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S.; phone 323-2361, (Courtesy park- ing at the rear of the was in charge of the arrange- menis. MAKTL uneral Service. Direc- C416 the family plot, Arehmount Ms-j morial Gardens. In lieu of flow-1 crs, friends who wisb may do-' nate lo tne Alberta Heart care of Mrs. M. N. Wray. 1705! Olfls ]liaU killed 15Ui St. S. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors ol Funeral Service. C412 CARD OF THANKS UURGI5R Thank you to the doctors and nursing staff on lirst OLDS (CP) James Lome Morrison, 21, of Olds was kill- ed in a two-car collision near this central Alberta commun- ity. a patient there. Also lharks to all who came lo visit, sent cards, flowers and gifts. Burger. 824-28 passed away February 28, 1934. While you, dear mother, rest and sleep, Your loving memory we'll al- ways keep. mourned by her children and grandchildren. C40S loving mem- ory of our hus- band, father and grandfather, 0. Shigchiro. who passed a w a y February 28, 1970. He met his maker, h i E work well done, For his wife. each daughter and eacu son. Now he rests in perfect sleep. His memory we shall always keep. remembered by his wife Asano, children and grandchildren. 796-28 [UTX RS I. U, 1Q2, 109, LrlhbridRc Herald. 00 send it lo The Herald. NOT Flmg on a shawl most graceful way to go places! Fashion loves the dash and smash (if giant shawls. Cro- chet one in lacy zigzags, other 1 large square, 2 granny tri- angles, both worsted. Pallern easy dim-linns. SHVKNTV I'HK CUNTS (coins) for each patleni (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pntfern for first-clas mailing and special Sond To: Tine LETiinninoE HERALD Headers Mail Limited 00 Front Street Toronto 1, Ontario VARGA Passed away at Taber on Friday, Feboiary 25. 1972, Margaret, al the age of J3 years. Born at Batyan Zenl- an M e g y e. Czechoslovakia, j'ebruary 16, 1909; came to Ta- jcr in 1930; married Ch.ivlcs Varga at Lethbridge, October 30, 1931. They fai-mcd at Barn- well until retiring lo Taber in 1962. Survivors are her hus- band, Ghsrlcn, T.'.iber; one daughter, Mrs. Frank (Mar- jaret) Kondas, Barnwell: four grandchildren; three sislers, Mrs. Elizabeth Ivan, Tabor, Wrs. Anna Balog, Lethbridge and Mrs. Julia Suto in the Old Country; one brother, Mike in .he Old Country. Prayers will >e said in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber in Monday (tonight) al p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church in Ta- ber on Tuesday, February 29 at a.m., with Rev. Father Burke Hoschka celebrant. In- terment will fellow in the Ta- ber Memorial Gsrden. HUM- PHRIES FUNERAL HOME, Taber, in charge of arrange- ments. C1I7 McMURHAY Helena Har- riet, passed away in Calgary on Saturday, February" 1972. al the age of 81 years. Mrs. McMm-ray was bom in Die-man, New Zealand on Sep- tember in, 1CSO. She came io Canada in 19I-J and has lived I in tlie Cardston area since 1932. She was a Certified Re- She loaves lo mourn hsr passing five dnugii- Icrs, Mrs. Warren (Pearl) Jones and Mrs. Mabel Hull of Calgary. Mrs. Gilbert (Ruth) I Olscn of Glcnwood, Mrs. Lc- j land (Beth) Prince and Mrs. S'.cclo (Delia) BUim-' of Card- ston: tut) sons, Talmage of Ed- monton and Jeddy of Sherwood Park; .17 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren' and two bn.lheis and one sister in Nev Zealand. She was predeceased by her husband, Joseph, in and one daughter, Lois in 1921. Funeral services will Iw held ill Ihe Allxrla Klako on Wednesday. March 1 ;'l 1 p.m.. with Bishop Bryce Cnhoon offi- ciating. Interment will follow in tlie Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon until prior to Ui? service in Hie Relief Sociclv Room of the Church. CHRISTKNSKX SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Olll What to look for in an economy car. Now with some economy cars, looking for anything besides the price would be a waste of time. Simply because there's just not much else to look ate That's what separates our economy car from other economy cars. Corolla is more than a pretty price. Much more. And if s all standard. Take a minute and have a look here. Then go around to a showroom and have a look there. There's a lot to see. TOYOTA Tovota curs arc sold and serviced from const to const in Canada LETHBRIDGE Toyota Travel Centie Box 120} Coulli Hallway Tel. 327-3165, 317-3711 I CARDSTON Wolff Son Toyota I Box 760 Tol. 653-3252 MILK RIVER Madge Equipment Ltd. Box 299 Tel. 647-3836, 647-3939 TABER Kenway Toyota Box IOCS Tel. 213-3434 ;