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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2ft THE UTHBR1DGE HERALD Wednesday, Jar-'Bry 5, 1972 12 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Kfcordir messaga bv Jim Elllol fells fou how. Phone Col urn bin School or Broadcasting. 9175-if 64 SEWING SERVICES 5EWING FORMALS AND COS- lumea preferred. Phone 32B-1H57. H5B-5 TRUDY 6S LOST AND FOUND RECLINING ROCKER LOST ON 3RD AV. S. PHONE 328- 8336. C9397-7 66 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wllh a drinking problem Phone 327-B04P or filler o.m. 'I want a sort of sky blue- not TOO blue-just an off shade of blue somewhat like this a bit FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND IN- FORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX B61, LETH. BRIDGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 327- W-tmi JEAN, 327-8340. UU-lflj 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER. VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE la-rna. 3751.If SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day Service 123 2nd Ave. S. Phono 328-5114. Cfi92d- MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER akes of washers an vices on all dry nventional. Als nona. s all small appliances, lawn mower Irons, vacuum cleaners, No 10 too large or loo simll. LETHBRIDG APPLIANCES, SOS 3rd Ave. s.-Phon 327-4J5S. C73J3- 69A WINTER ACCOMMODATION Skiing is Excellent AT SNOW VALLEY THE NEW TWO SEASON MOTEL AND LOUNGE Located at the Ski Hill, Fernle, B.C. NOW OPENI For Rcstrvatlons Call Operated by Isabelle and Guy Guido 423-6666 or 'We're gonna paint it Reach pact on farm vehicles REGINA (CP) Saskatche- wan and Manitoba have reach- ed reciprocal agreement to ex- empt fanners from vehicle reg- istration requirements when de- livering farm products to mar- kcLs in either province. In making the announcement, Attorney General Roy Roma- now said a similar agreement has been in effect between and Alberta Under the agreement, aimed ths, Jjeaths, cr g is, J hanks, 75 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 111- CI9M.H CUSTOM BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS rooms, renovations Call Ted Blng- ham construction. 327-32B4. 4078-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and jorenson Construction, 7020 7lh Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing In- ured, free estimates. Phone 327-B2B6. PUBLIC NOTICES 691 TRAVEl OPPORTUNITIES TICKETS FOR TWO TO MONTEGO Bay. All expenses Included. Wnal of- fers? Box 142, Herald. 5270-5 Charter Flight Information 1o BRITAIN EUROPE HAWAII MEXICO SPAIN The mosl economical way lo Travel Write us lor delalls SUN FUN HOLIDAYS 400 Lancaster Bldg., 304 8th Avenue S.W., Calgary 2. Phone 269-1487 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND .n Ihe Estate of DAVID CHRIS. AN JESPERSEN, late of the dis. let of Taber, Alberts, who died on he 5lh day of December, 1P71 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate or the above named must (lie The Royal Trust Company at 740 41h Ave- nue Soulh, Lethbridge, Alb-Ma, by Ihe 5lh day of February, 1972, a lull statement of their claims and of se- curities held by Ihem IVES, OFFET CARLETON Solicitors for Ihe Executor The Royal Trust Company D70 Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS (Tiny) Pes- cud, 62, a native of Surrey Eng., who rose from a tele- graph messenger at age 14 in Swift Current Sask. to become general manager of Canadian Pacific Telecommunications in 1953. Neri, 63, one- time foreign secretary and for- eign ambassador to Japan and delegate to Philippine conven- tion that has been rewriting constitution since July. London Nichols Tarayan, 50, wealthy Armenian-bom res- taurant owner of the fashionable Omar Khayyan restaurant in London, of an undisclosed ill- ness after eating at his own res- taurant. Joseph A. MacMilan, 65, a prominent Prince Edward Island surgeon served on several Canadian Medical Association commit- tees. He was president of the primarily at livestock' move- ments, farmers will not be re- quired to obtain registrat i o n when moving their products from one province to the other. However, licences and per- mits still will be required for movements of goods by Mani- toba fanners oat of Saskatche- wan or by Saskatchewan farm- ers out of Manitoba. I am sure that addi- tional benefit will be realized as a result of continued nego- tiations with the province of Mr. Romanow said. Sask. returning officers fired REGINA (CP) The pro- vincial cabinet has cancelled the appointments of district re- turning officers in all 60 pro- vincial constituencies. Premier Allan Blakeney said today that until a few years ago returning officers were ap- pointed only at times of elec- tions. DEATHS MARKUS Passed away o Monday, January 3, 1972, Law rence Edward (Bud) Markus age 41 years, beloved husbaix of Mrs. Velma Markus o Pincher Creek. Born in Higl River, he was raised in Clares holm. He married Velma Kee and they resided in Clares holm, Lethbridge, Waterton Park and for the past four years at Pincher Creek, where he operated Bud Markus Elec trie until the time of his death He is also survived by two sons, Chuck and Doug; one daughter' Penny; his parents, Mr. ant Mrs. Lawrence Markus o! Claresholm. The funeral service was held in Eden's Funeral Home, Pincher Creek on Wednesday January 5 at 2 p.m., Rev. Father M. Ha- gel officiated. Interment, Fair- view Cemetery. Funeral ar- rangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C9407 70 GARDENING FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE FOR OUR WINTER WORKS PRO- gram We arc now taking orders giving free estimates on trlmmino of trees end hedges, to be done this winter. Special discounts will be al- loyed for the month of December Phone 327-2641. C91IM-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES SCO 11 MONTH OLD HONNECKER hens. Phone 223-8142, Taber. 5321-10 TENDERS ADDITION TO J. S. SMIT HIGH SCHOOL CARDSTON, ALBERTA Scaled tenders will be received he office of Ihe undersigned or 1 Cardslon School Division No. 2 up to p.m. Tuesday, January 25th, 1P7 Plans and Specifications may be c talned from the Architect's office up deposit of a SH.OO Certified Chequ Plans and Specif lea lions have bee placed wilh the Edmonton, Calga and Lethbridge Conslructlon AssocI ons. GORDON AND MANGOLD ARCHITECTS, 9B34 lOSIn Streer Edmonton, Alberla, SPECIAL HEAVY ROASTING CHICK- MS Pan ready. Hens 32c Ib., roosters, 28C Ib. Also friers, 3Sc Ib Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale, 3224. CH994-rf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUREBRED MINIATURE SILVER Poodles. Phone 328-4563. 5271-8 WANTED GOOD HOME FOR PUP 2Vb months old. Phone 327-1101. 5340-8 77A FUR BEARING ANIMALS NEW ZEALAND WHITE with cages. Phone 328-4994. RABBITS 5361-fl 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE TO CREDITOR AND CLAIMANTS n the Eslote of Richard William Sm fh, late of fhe City of Lelhhridge In the Province of Alberfa, (farmer who passed away on the laih day o December, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon fhe Eslate of Ihe above named musl file wilh fhe under- signed solicitors by the 7lh day of February, A.D. T972 a full statement of Ihelr claim and of securities held y VIRTUE COMPANY Barristers and Sollcllors 106 McFarland Buildlnq Lethbridge, Alberta Solicilors for the Executrix, Geraldine Hovaqlmlan D68 BOX NUMBERS 138. CONVENIENCE STORES An excellent opportunity to own and operate o new con- venience store forming part of a franchised group with units located throughout Al- berta. Management advice, merchandising a s s i s tance, Btore supervision and other services supplied. Minimum investment required Apply in confidence stating educational and business background to: CONVENIENCE STORES BOX 141, LETHBRIDGE HERALD C93S2-8 IOANS t INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331 rKe con ildtr ALL TYPES of morlgaje loar.s i _ C9353-B I three divisions Vote recount hearing may be adjourned GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) A hearing into the possibility of a judicial recount in the Nov. 24 Grande Prairie county elec- tion may be adjourned to early February. The hearing, scheduled be- fore District Court Judge T. L. Cross Jan. 11, could be moved to Feb. 8 to allow the county to prepare its case, county offi- cials said today. The recount was requested by Joseph Tomshak of nearby Clairmorlt because of what he called irregularities in the elec- tion which saw incumbent councillors returned in five of 10 county divisions. The irregularities, named in an affidavit filed by Mr. Tom- shak, include the failure of two deputy returning officers, to initial ballots, and non-alpha- betical listing of candidates in P.E.I. division of the Associa- tion from 1950 to 1952 N.Y.-Charles E Wilson, 85, former president of the General Electric Co. who served in key United States gov- ernment posts during the Sec- ond World War and the Korean War. F. Philippe Brais, 77, Quebec government leader 194044 in the now-abolished pro- vincial legislative council or upper house, and thus member of Liberal cabinet of Premier J.A. Godbout. They are paid S300 a year for serving any portion of a year and Mr. Blakeney said that if they hadn't been dismissed last week, the government would have been required to pay each of them J300 when it was ob- vious there will be no provin- cial election this year. Jack Harrington, chief elec- lorial officer, was dismissed by the Blakeney government shortly after it upset the Lib- eral administration in the June 23 general election. BUILDING BOOMS TORONTO (CP) _ Building permits totalling million an increase of million over the previous year, were by the city of Toronto in 1971 buildings commissioner R. H Milne reported Tuesday.' He said the value of permits has increased annually since PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT BEING CHAPTER 276 R.S.A. 1970 AND AMENDMENTS THERETO of Blair- more, passed away at his resi- dence on Monday, January 3, 1972, at age 72 years. Born at San Giovanni, Fiore, Italy on December 13, 1899. He came to Canada in June 1960, settling in Blairmore where he has been a resident since. He served with the First World War in Italy from 1914-1918. Survivors include his wife the former Serafina Amatto, whom he married in Italy in 1923; six sons, Frank, Luigi, Sevino and Emilio all of Blairmore, John and Ernest in Toronto; three daughters, Mrs. R. (Catherine) Allivato, Italy, Mrs. N. (An- tonietto) Valente, Blairmore, Mrs. S. (Maria) GulrJo, Cal- gary; 29 grandchildren; one brother, Biagio, Italy. Prayers will be said in St. Anne's Cath- olic Church, Blairmore, Wed- nesday, evening (tonight) Jan- uary 5 at p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Anne's Church, Blairmore, Thursday, January 6, at 10 a.m., with interment to follow in the Blairmore Catholic Cem- etery. F A N TIN CHAPELS LTD., is in Charge. DEATHS EVANSEN Passed away in the city on Friday, December 31, 1971, Mr. Peter Evansen, at the age of 77 years, of Leth- bridge. Funeral arrangements will be when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. CM 01 KING Passed away in the Flathead area of B.C. on Thurs- day, December 23, 1971, Ralph Britten King, age 59 years, of Pincher Creek. Formerly of Egremont, near Edmonton, he ias resided at Pinoher Creek for the past 30 years. He is survived by his mother, Grace ting of Edmonton; two ers, Mrs. W. (Grace) Race of Edmonton and Mrs. D. (Mu- Murray of Camrose; aiso hree nieces and two nephews. The funeral service will be held n Eden's Funeral Home, Pin- cher Creek on Friday, January 7 at p.m., Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Interment in Fair- view Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Lep- rosy Mission or charity of their choice. Funeral arrangements y EDEN'S1 FUNERAL HOME FUNERALS MARSDEN Funeral ser- vice for Maurice McMurrin Marsden, who died in the city Friday, Dec. 31, 1971, at the age of 53 years, was held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 4, 1972, in the Chrisiensen Chapel with Bishop Ruedon Selk officiating. Pallbearers were Jay and El- mer Marsden, Jim Larson, Ar- chie Fitzgerald, Hugh Earl and John Robulak. Interment was in the Mountain View Ceme- tery. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. LTD., Pincher Creek. DEMEESTER Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Emma Marie De- meester, who died at Raymond Thursday, Dec. 30, 1971, at the age of 73 years, was held at 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 3, 1372, in the Christensen Chapel with Bishop James D. Bridge offici- ating. Pallbearers were Wil- liam Coppieters and Ceasar and Peter Coppieters Jr., Floyd Reviere, Ceston Sudo and Cliff Brown. Interment was in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Chris- iensen Salmon Funeral Home Lld-i Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of tire ar- C9408 raiments. FUNERALS CM10 AVE. So. L Ci 0) 1