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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January 28, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 67 USTAUMNT. SERVICES AND Births, Deaths, In Memonams S: 1 Cards Of Thanks 1 awarde for UFO stud Herald Ottawa Bureau school stude OTTAWA The Canada the y its; velyn Roth Mov-re Company of for an ex-th new, moving tapes in relation rary music. Experienced r quired Immediately. Apply In perso to The Alexandra Restaurant, 328 5 Street S. Vacuum Sales and Servlc 1283 3rd Ave. S. Free horn demonstration, phone 328 8962. building, stuccoing and ce men! work. Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. Cook lor night shli part lime and (u time. Top wages. Aplly In person, 3 13th St. N. Stamp and Stencil Rubber stamps, corporate sea daters. etc. Same-day service. 123 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-51 14. Blngham Construction Custom Built Homes additions, rumpus rooms and Phone 327 3284. BOURNE Winnifred wife of the late Elijah WINCHESTER Mr Gertrude Winchester, belovei wife of the late Mr. Charle Winchester, of Taber, passer, away in Lethbridge on Mo day, January 27, 1975, at th age of 83 years. OF THANKS BLY The family of the late Mrs. Lilie (Root) Ely wish to express their sincere thanks to their many relatives and friends in the passing of their mother. Thanks for the cards, flowers, gifts of food and a special thanks to the ladies of the North Lethbridge L.D.S. Church for serving the' lunch. Ely and Root famiiies. Short order cooks, day shllt anc evening shllts. Apply Mr. Hober, Rancho Motor Hotel. exterior painting sma carpentry jobs, roof repa rs Reasonable. Phone Bill 328-9743. TREE TRIMMING prices a lower n January. Call us for a free e Ornate. 327-2641. Experlenced banquet and prepar tlon cook, day shift. Apply Mr. Hobe El Rancho Motor Hotel. will spend for a Sculptu collection and interpretation Vancouver, of reported UFO sightings periment w across Canada. sculptural si John B. Musgrave, of to contempo Edmonton, will receive the the first HOMES ANE CONSTR Phone us for tiornes and home m provements, garages, rumpus rooms and all cement work. Phone Johi 328-0147 or Harry 328-0939. Tree Surgery Free e tlmates. Pruning, trimming anc elllng. Cal! 32S-2094. 327 1323. Magrath, passed away Magrath on Tuesday, Januar 28th, 1975. Funeral an nouncements later b CHRISTENSEN SALMO FUNERAL HOME LTD Directors of Funeral Service GOLDEN BRIDGE Part time and lull Urn required Im mediately. Top wages. Apply person to Henry Yee, 2525. repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios sidewalks, drives, steps, Tree Services. Experiences horticulturist. Tree removal ar tree pruning, 328-7672 or 328 6382. repairs. Jim 327-5087, 328-3983. later b REARDON'S FUNERA SERVICE of Taber. C607 CSELLE Passed away i the city on Monday, Januar 27, 1975, following a length; illness, Mr Gabor Csell at the age of 7 years, belovec husband of Mrs. Anna Csell of 630 7th St. S. Born an raised in Hungary, the lat Mr. Cseiie came to Canada i 1928 to Montreal and later t Calgary. He moved t Lethbridge in 1930 where h farmed until retirement i 1956 and had resided here unt his passing. He served wit the Austro Hungarian Arm during the First World War He was a member of th Hungarian Old Timers Clu and Bethlen Presbyteria Church. Besides his lovin wife, he is also survived b; one step son, Mr. Lesli Balogh and one step daughter, Mrs. J. (Ethel Vaszil both in Czechoslovakia; one sister in Czechoslovakia; one brothe in the Ukraine; ten grandchildren; eleven great grandchildren. Prayers wi] be said at p.m. on Tues day (tonight) January 28 1975, in Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 81 3rd Ave. S. The funeral ser vice will be held at p.m on Wednesday, January 29 1975, in Bethlen Presbyterian Church, with Rev. George Teles officiating. Intermen will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328 2361. C6071 IN nas ever given for UFO studies. The grant is being made un-der the Explorations PatlOmS Program to encourage "new forms of expression, communication and public participation in the arts, humanities Familv and social sciences and work f umtly on Canada's cultural and historical heritage." jttij Other grants under the pro- tine _rfSsls gram announced today (Tues- 7495 .JfSffiBS" day) are: SHORT ORDER COOKS REQUIRED f-'ull and part time employment. Sh work. Apply at Heidelberg Inn, 130 Mayor Magrath Drive. and hedges Trimmed, pruned or removec Prompt, reasonable. We undorcu Phone 327-2641. CEILING Drywalling, taping. Free estimates Phone 327-4038. MAN SERVICES Serving home and Industry. Garbage collection; yards, basements and garages cleaned. Free estimates. Phone 328-4592. of Mrs. May Lee of Can ston, passed away in Cardsto on Monday, January 27, 197 Funeral services will be hei in the Cardston Alberta Stak Chapel on Thursday, Januar 30th, at 1 p.m. Bishop Sta Johnson officiating. Frieht may meet the family in th Relief Society Room from 1 noon until service time SALMON FUNERAL HOME Cardston Directors of Funera Service. greenhouse you can afford, 10 12 t. or larger. Flbreglass wit aluminum framing portable y permanent, ideal for palio shelte playhouses and storage for boat etc. Phone 327-6611. evenings 68 FRY'S BOB.CAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, landscaping, back filling, driveway, corra cleaning, rototilling. No job too sma or too iarge. 327-5817. president VICTORIA (CP) -Barbara McLintock, a reporter for the Vancouver Province newspaper, was elected the first woman president of the British Columbia legislative press gallery Monday. Miss' McLintock, who works out of the Province Victoria bureau, replaces CTV's Andy Stephen who declined to seek a fourth term in office. Congo returns Housekeeper {or very elder gentleman. Live In, near hospital Write Box 110, Herald. POULTRY AND SEWING MACHINE REPAIRING Thirteen years experience. Phon 327-7660. 122 8th St. S. hens five to six poun dressed. 504 per pound. Discount o dozen lots. Roosters eight poun dressed. 35c per pound. Also youn fryers and roasters. Free deliver Cus om killing. H. Dyck, 345-322' Coaldale. plowing, hoeing, n-stallations and supplies. Prairie Ditching Company PHONE 328-8280 Ont, to study the role of the harmonica in the of each region -to Sharlene Janice Lar- 69 PETS AND Person to take charae of drvlan farm near Lethbridge. Experience farming necessary. Apply Box 91 Lethbridge Herald. Alberta. sale purebred St. Bernard pu Phone 329-4864. Mississauga, to jTOWMCig explore the uses of northern vegetation in fibre dyeing; long haired Toy Chihuahu Phone 328-7459 or NUMBER REPLIES 71, 63. 53, 39, 38, 24th, 1975, a Calgary, Frederick Alber aged 69 years, beloved hus band of Mrs. Edna Holmes 2333 Richmond Road S.W also surviving are a son Donn, Calgary; a sister, Mrs Harold Jelfe, Lethbridge anc a niece, Karen: Born i England, Mr. Holmes came t Lethbridge in 1910 and ha resided in Calgary since 195! He served with the R.C.A.F in the Second World War from 1940 to 1944. Services wer held at JACQUES Funera Home, January 28th, wit Rev. Nelson Mercer, D.D., ol ficiating. Interment, Queen' Park Cemetery. Flower gratefully declined at th chapel and residence. 968 SMALEK Katie, o Coleman, passed away in Crowsnest Pass Nursing Home Complex, Monday January 27, 1975, at age 8! years. She was born in Nizia Province of Orava Czechoslovakia, Novembe 20, 1886. She came to Canada in 1901 to Fernie, B.C. and to Coleman in 1923. At the time of her death she was a resi dent of the Crowsnest Pass nursing home complex, am prior to this resided at the home of her daughter, Li Kemp for nine years. She was predeceased by three daughters, Mrs. F. (Helen) Tito in 1923 in Cranbrook Mrs. 0. (Anne) Palin in 1961 in Calgary, Mrs. A. (Ruth) Beck in 1958 in Vancouver Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. D. (Kay.) Wagner of Seattle, Mrs. Lil Kemp of Blairmore; six grandchildren; 15 great -grandchildren; one brother, Joe of Burnaby, B.C. Funera] vlass will be celebrated Reliable person for mixed far mint operation located at Stirling. Goo wages and modern house provided Apply to Grant Nelson, 756-3388 Stirling. publisher Mel Hurtig, Edmonton, to conduct a national survey of levels of jjjSSBtajfty awareness of Canada's heritage among Canadian high sedition be given away, female Samoyec and Sarnoyed cross pups. Phon 329-4374. Person to work on large mixed larm Hourly wages. House and utiiitie supplied, plus many other fring benefits. Health Plan, Blue Cross Group Lite, etc. Haney Farms Ltd 738-4410, Picture Butte. week old halt German Sheoherc pups. Phone 752-2063. Welling. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the matter of the Estate of Henry Wynder Hinman Late of the Town of Cardston In the Province of Alberta, retired, who died on the 20th day of October A.D. 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Executor by the 28th day of February, A.D. 1975, a full statement of ther claims and of securities held by them. AGNES HINMAN, Cardston, Alberta Executor for the Esta e give away TWO Sarnoyed German Shepherd cross pups. 867 2257, Foremost. Married couple for work on livestoc and grain farm. Previous farm ex perience necessary. Modern hous with utilities supplied. Small famil preferred. Apply Wesley Farms, Bo 359. Granum. or phone 236 3871. quarter German S hep here pups. Very good watchdogs. Phon 345-3794. No Saturday Shepherd puppies. Ex cellent watch dogs; White cat to giv away. Phone 327-6801. m 71 TEACHERS Kennels Indivldua indoor-outdoor heated solid bioc runs. See yellow pages. who braved huge waves, a monster whirlpool and fever in an expedition down the mighty Zaire River, formerly the Congo, returned safely to Britain on Monday. "I think there is going to be a wealth of knowledge for mankind and Africa in said the leader, Lt.-Col. John "But the best thing is we got everybody out alive from the river." The 150-member international team of explorers, scientists and soldiers sailed miles down at first, but later they ac- cepted us." WJtfJSfe lipP Bridge results Ladles Wednesday D.B.C. Jan. 22 Keep the he 1. G. Redfern and M. Barrow, 2 and 3 lie E. Wyalt and I. Johnson with I. walm "I Shaw and W. L. Waters. Bold sera Hamilton Wednesday D.B.C. Jan. 22 a gainst solid N.S. 1. M. R. Mrazek and W. D. Stitt, 2. P. McLean and B. Nilsson, 3. E. create a Sp Culler and I. Johnson. Crochet th E.W. 1. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hodgson, worsted. F 2. D. E. Michaelis and W. Zumstein, 3. j K. Penton and G. Roberts. diamonds Membership Game Overall Wlnnen schemes. Mr. R. Mrazek and W. D. Stitt. JJ QfJ for e MarjITnd Ted Ward, 2. Flora cash, cheque Ambrose and Penny Manson, 3. Jenny Add each and Earl McIIroy. class mail an Thursday Night D.B.C. Jan. S3 N.S. 1. George and Charlie Roberts, 'nS to 2. J. E. Anderson and R. Miron, J. I. L e t'h b r 1 d g e Shaw and Edytha Anderson. Needlecraft E.W. LG.Balfour and R. Chapman, TJ..---.. 2. B. Wobick' and B. Daniel, 3. M. Progress A Barrow and P. McLean. borough, Ont Friday Night D.B.C. Jim. U Ont. resident N.S. 1. B. Nilsson and B. Wobick, 2. p Willa and Ken Waters, 3. Verda and tax- rrint P Mils Hodgson. Number, Nam E.W. 1. R. J. Thielen and W. J. Eller't, 2. David and Ross Miron, 3. M. Vobick and N. van Seters. I Sunday Unit D.B.C. Jap. 26 I Otfll Swiss Teams and 2 tie D. E. Michaelis, B. Zumstein, Gloria and Wally Hummel ivith D. Miron, R. Miron, B. Nilsson PRINTEI and J. E. Anderson. ds guilty y Iv on case Wednesday. He said the r department had been looking tM for the woman for about one t year. Mffl COUNTY OF WHEATLAND FUR BEARING BOUGHT SKINNED OR UNSKiNNED. PICKED UP AT YOUR DOOR. PHONE ALBERTA PACIFIC FURS COLLECT. 823-4223 DRUMHELLER. sooner; Junior-Senior high school Math Science teacher for Hussar School a Hussar, Alberta. Exact assignment to be arranged with principal. Written applications to; Superintendent of Schools County of Wheatland No. 16 P.O. Box 90 Strathmore, Alberta TOJ 3HO Phone 1-382-3321 THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT Of LETHBRIDGE In the estate of THOMAS TAYLOR ate of Lethbridge who died on the 24th day ol November, 1974. Take notice that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 6th day of March, 1975, a full statement of their claims and ot securities held by them. MESSRS. PRITCHARD at down but stay is cozy afghan. flowers set color diamonds arkling effect, is afghan of attern 7495: x9-inches; color ach pattern 3r money order, attern for first -d special handl-Uice Brooks, Herald, Department, 60 venue, Scar-irio, MIT 4P7. i add 7c sales lainly Pattern e, Address. eamworh 1 PATTERN k BUSINESS A couple to rent ant operate a restaurant in hotel in Warner. Call 642-3773. equipped barber shop for rent Adjacent to operating beauty parlor Contact Mr. Hober. El Rancho Motor Hotel. TIME OFFERED Calgary s oldest established under coating, rust proofing, auto recon ditlon ng centre. Grossing plus yearly. Situated downtown, no triflers. Reply to 820 9lh Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta. 72 LICENSED KINDERGARTENS in four months using powered inflatable boats. They described the expedition as the first major scientific navigation of the river, which flows into the Atlantic Ocean. A major project was a study of river blindness, a local fly-borne disease. Other experts studied local peoples and plant and animal life arid brought back crates of specimens for research. Blashford-Snell's expedition ncluded seven women. Nurse Pamela Baker remarked: "I think there was a certain Woman plea in immigrati A 34 year old woman from Fiji who pleaded Lethbridge, Alberta SOLICITORS FOR THE Executor Children two to six years. Phone 328-2835. AGENCIES 822 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-9216 M.L.S. REALTORS OWNER RETIRING Only one year old square foot mill work fac-ory. The building is of concrete and steel. The only one of its kind with teavy equipment, south of Calgary, different kinds of machinery to do the finest of work are included in he price. For more information or riis well established business jusl phone a Realtor from Reliance. M.L.S. B493. parents, Edward (Ted and Emma who passed away January 28th, 1968 and February 8th, 1965. remembered by Bertha, Norman anc family 79 CRUSHING AND STOCKPILING TENDER Tenders will be accepted for crushing and stockpiling of an approximately SEVENTY SIX THOUSAND CUBIC YARDS OF GRAVEL. Specifications and Tender Forms are vailable at the County of Lethbridge No. 26 Office 214 13th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta, 'enders to close p.m. Tuesday, ebruary 18. 1975. Clearly mark envelope "GRAVEL ENDER." 'enders must be submitted on a bounty Tender Form. Council reserves the right to reject ny or all tenders. (Signed) R. E. Grant County Manager County of Lethbridge No. 26 214 13th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta THE PEN MATE CLUB An excellent way to find friends. Box 2308 Calgary, Alberta. Wanted: Ride from Lethbridae to Monarch weekdays at p.m. Phone 327-9398. Swinging couples and singles meel others in Western Canada and Washington. Free sample ads, details, CY Club, P.O. feox 48703, Van. B.C. -r- In loving memory of Michael Kropinak beloved father, who passeow climbed up on the hood iy Would you enjoy luncheon meetings listening to debates about significant local and world issues? Interested in contributing informally through discussion? Come to Council on Public Affairs, Ericksen's Family Restaurant, Thursday noons. to receive free weekly notices, phone 329-2260. Homes, general contractor, ommerc al and residential emodelling. Phone 328-9525, or 27-9914. is the t me to think of putting in lat rumpus room or spare bedroom nd extra bath. Call us at 328-5096 or your ree estimate now. a 1973 Mazda and then umped up and down on the oof of the car, causing lamage. Court was told Mr. Red >ow had initially agreed to (u nake restitution but failed to W1 o so and two warrants had to rf T7 e issued for his arrest. Gary Erickson of was fined each n two charges of having load- manure fallen from his 1 ruck onto a highway in the' JR .ethbridge district: Both in- idents occurred Nov. 21. Lilh jm Get lots of i; from this tota dashing shirt, s utdated and the students' be- and slim pants g compared with a Canadian Printed Pi orm established about six Misses' Sizes 8 ears ago. 18. Size 12 (bi The testing program is pants 2% yards esigned to provide the school 1% yards i oard with some information ea i the level of skills mastered cash, ckeqiie or students at certain grade Add 15roven that the capacity of Newfoundland hens does not xceed 18 dozen eggs a year wcause of various local con-lions, including the weather. The smaller capacity of ewfoundland hens means the irovince must pay a differen-ial service charge to CEMA eggs that do not exist, he Maytag Sales and Service. Services on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3RD AVE. S. Phone 327-4456. all types, no lob too mall. Phone 328-9490 or 327-181. and grandmother, Anna THE FAMILY CI wfy ye get there in a little Elroy and Christ, Clive, Thelma and Leonard Freisen and families. 9621 GLOER We wish to ex-iress our sincere thanks to he doctors and staff at the Municipal Hospital, Rev. Slake Anderson, the allbearers, and the honorary lallbearers, Arthur Putland he organist, Mrs. Mills the oloist, the ladies of the after-oon group of McKillop .C.W. who served lunch, to 11 friends and relatives who lelped in any way, and for the owers, cards, food and visits nd Martin Brothers, Direc-ors of funeral services. Marjorie Gloer Aury and Ellwood Irwin and families Alymer and Emma Gloer and families. w IMS, ftrg.vtr Qfd Ir.buif Vdrlol. "What kind of a while will N or a ;