Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
J6 THE UTHBRIDCE HERALD 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT ____ AILER FOR SALE. REA- n Creek. CAMPER --OVEN and relrlgerator. Phone Monday July 5, 1971 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED I 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICED TRUDY ort. Willing. S FOR NT, SKILLED WANTED Mopera-. home Musi be cap- able of operating big equipment Phone SALE. Phone 327-3741. pooT SUPER QELLE CAMPER Queen overhead. Will lake JH-Blfl. BE A DISC JOCKFY Broadcasllng. "sUMME'rToPPORTUNITY FREE BOOK "Career Opportunity" vou how to train at home for paying lobs. Check career: Bookkeeplno 9 Cost Accounting Computer programming Art 9 Wriling Journalism Business Management Forestry Surveying Supervisor Z Architect Drafting TV ft Aulo Z Engineering, basic, mechanical, electrical, electronics, municipal, Professional exams High School Diploma Write today to: Canadian Institute of Science and Technology, Room M Adelaide St. West, Toronto 129. Name Addres 51 X 13 TWO BEDROOM DE. ilxe. Cost equity. SI 35 per month. 327-loU. evi HBM with car to handle it. porch. TV, refrigerator, sofa, vacuum, beds and more included. Financing can be ar. ranged. PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. r accessories and parts; trailer CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD. HIGHWAY 25 SOUTH PHONE 327-122S OR PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE onSoncK school bus to boor Write Box V. Herald. Cj971-6 MARRIED MAN FOR 64 SEWING SERVICES DRESSMAKING, ALTERATIONS AN ironing done. In my home. Reason- able. Phone 328-6911. XPERIENCED MAKKltu srm. Musi have knowledge of PERSONAL 328-3341, for appoint VIDOW WOULD LIKE TO MEET TRAILERS FOR SALE -II ft. homemade trailer with stove, refrloerator, heater and new nres. Very good unit SI ,000. 1MB 19''2 ft Scamper with shower refrigerator, elc. Used very little one year Madge Equipment Ltd. 647-3838 in Milk River p NOW BOOKING Reservations for travel trailer rentals Chalet, told downs and hardtop tent trailers for compacts and New' six sleeper, 16 ft. Scampers, new Deluxe, 18 ft. luxury units completely equipped. New truck campers. Hitches, mirrors and hookup servic All licensed and Insured. SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S MOST COM PLETE RENTAL SERVICE. UNITED MOTORS CO- LTD Corner 3rd Aye. and 3rd St. S.. Leth bridge. Phone 327-1780, atler hours 3J8 2873, Mr. L. Phillips, Rental Man 45 AUTOS WANTED 19S5 CHEVROLET, IN GOOD COr ditto. Phone 327-3707. 2347 ISKF EXTRA MONEY IN YOU tliTO We want representative Pi "perTonaliVy and charm to sell, xclusive and exciting line of writin aper to stores. Box 32, Herald. 0Nft AHA'IS LETHBRIDGE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS nyone with a drinking problem Phone 327-8049 or after p.m. ____ HYPNOSIS CLAX END NERVOUS TENSION 1VERCOME BAD HABITS. LEARN HYPNOSIS. 329-6332 CAW11LIE5 OF PROBLEM DRINKER lEEDING UNDERSTANDING AN BRIDGE ALBERTA. PHONE CAROL 327-6292. SflMI REPAIRS AL'S SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIR All makes of appliances. Phone 32 6131 or 328-7151. "''_: "I'm not crying because of the just remembered how old I was when I first saw it." 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES I BEAUTY SALON EXCELLENT clientele and location. Selling due to II health. Available immediately. Write Box 30, Herald. 2309-6 AVAILABLE SPACE FOR BUSINESS- ES and offices in Holiday Village air- conditioned Mall, adjoining new Holi- day Inn to open early next year. For leasing Information Mil at Business Office? Mayor Magrath Drlv. ONE OF THE FASTEST GROWING businesses in the south needs a new partner to eventually take over co. pletely. If you have a large fanny to work into Ihe businessi this: would be ideal. Reason lor this idea s simply poor health. Write Box Herald. 74 IOANS INVESTMENTS SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL ber stamps, corporate College Mall. c31" 58 MALE HELP WANTED MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE: SEBU- vices on all makes of washers and drveri automatic or conventional. Also appliances, lawn mowers irons, vacuum cleaners, lob too large or too small. APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Aye. 327-4456. ___________ REQUIRED automotive mechanic To specialize fn tune ups and electrical work. Top wages excellent employee benefits. Contact J. W. DUNLOP FORD Mayor Magralh Drive C6055-10 70 GARDENING NEW LAWNS PUT IN, LAWNS MOW- ed and yard cared tor. Phone Pattern Of DEATHS DEATHS DEATHS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 Colleae Mall. Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available. We cmv Ildlr ALL TYPES ol 75 CONTRACTS ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 228 5745. __UV.MI FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, waler f.....-- sured tree estimates. Phoi SUR- ALL REPAIRS CHIMNEYS FIRE PHONE 3ZB-30M. CASH PAID For used cars and trucks or will ac CePtTOWN9TcOUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 323-3654 C3998-1 46 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES WANTED Retreadoble tire casings for cash Delivered to North Leth- bridge Mo-Tires Ltd., 30513th N" 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED J67-2349. Phone 328-1336, Lethbridge. 223JM MR FARMER CUSTOM KILLIN and processing. Wholesale meat ar livestock dealers. CITY PACKcK LTD! Phone 327-3048, 49 MACHINERY WANTED WANTED-SMALL TRACTOR WIT mower. Good condition. Phone 3. 7W2. CMU7 WANTED CAB TO FIT Cockshutt combine and straw Phone 867-3554, Foremost. 2358 WANTED SMALL FORD TRACTO with throe-point implements. Reply M. D. MacKinnon, Box 5, Site R.R. 2, Calgary. 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED ODD JOBS, OLD GRASS, BRANCHES rubbish, etc. hauled away. GARDEN ROTOTILLING. BIG MA- MOTION PICTURE PROJECTIONISTS FOR EMPLOYMENT IN LARGE ALBERTA CENTRES DRIVE-INS AND CONVENTIONAL Must have First Class Licence for Al- erta or be prepared to write Alberta YEAR ROUND EMPLOYMENT XCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS NON-UNION end full resume ol experience and ;sent occupation to: POSTAL BOX 3380 POSTAL STATION "D" EDMONTON, ALBERTA 2464-6 PUBLIC NOTICES BEEVER Arnold, passed away suddenly on Saturday, July 3 1971, at age 19 years. He" was born in Hillcrest, July 3 1962. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beever of Hillcrest; three brothers, Jack of Hillcrest Leonard and George ot Cole- man; one sister, Mrs. D. (Annette) Clarke of Coleman Graveside service and inter- ment will be held at the Hill- crest Cemetery, Wednesday, July 7 at a.m. Fantin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. C6059 KINNEAR John Alexande (Alex) passed away suddenly Saturday, July 3, 1971, at age 32 years. Survived by hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A Kinnear, Coleman; two sisters Mrs. Betty Dodds of Kamloop and Nancy and two brothers Jack and Bill, at home in Cole- man. Prayers will be sat in the Coleman Catholic Churc at p.m. Monday, July f Requiem Mass will be cell brated in the Coleman Cathol Church at p.m. Tuesdaj July 6. Interment will Coleman Catholic Cemetery, lieu of flowers, donations ma be made to the Dr. Emil Atel Fund, care of the Crowsne Pass Hospital, marking don lions "In memory of Jo! Alexander Kinnear." Fanti Chapels Ltd., is in charge. IRVING Passed away at on Tuesday, June 1971, Mary of Taber, at the ;e of 85 years, beloved moth- uf Mr. Clifford Irving of arnwell. Funeral services be conducted from Hum- U..-S Funeral Chapel, Taber n Wednesday, July 7, at 2 m., with Rev. Kenneth Mor- ns officiating. Interment will allow in Taber Memorial Gar- ens. Humphries Funeral ome Ltd., Taber, is in Jiarge. JOHNSON Passed away i the city on Thursday, July 1971, following a lengthy ill Mr. Avie August Johnson at the age of 60 years. The fu neral service will be held a p.m. on Tuesday in the Barons United Church, wit lev. Anton Stanislov official ng. Interment will follow i lie Elnora cemetery. In lieu o 'lowers, those who wish ma donate to the Canadian Cance Society, 409 Canada Trus Bldg., Lethbridge. Friend may pay their respects at Mar Lin Bros. Traditional Chape 812 3 Avenue S. Phone 328-236' (Courtesy parking at the rear Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors nf Service. CG066 SANTAVY Passed away uddenly in Raymond, on Sun- ay July 4, 1S71, Mr. Martin anttvy, at the age of 67 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary antavy of Raymond. Funeral arrangements will be an- ounced when completed. Vlartin Bros. Ltd., Directors ol Service. C6065 NEMEDY Katie, passed away after a lengthy illness in Raymond, Sunday, July 4, 1971, at the age of 90 years, be- oved wife of the late Julius Remedy of Raymond and be- oved mother of Mrs. Anna Furyan of Los Angeles, Calif. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Christensen a a 1 m o n Funeral Home Ltd., are in Charge of Arrangements. FDR YOUR LAWNOR GARDEN RENTAIS CALL WARDS AT 328.8775. Lacombe Nurseries Ltd. STILL AVAILABLE AT OUR SUBSTATION Open evenings Trpos shrubs perennials, and fruit irees One mne west of Coaldale. Phone M5J03. Closed Sundays. FREE DE- LIVERY AND ADVICE. ALL PLANTS GUARANTEED. PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be re- ceived by the 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 5? MALE FEMALE HELP WANTED ADVERTISING MANAGER Required Immediately for local business. Experience a necessity. Apply to Box 26, Herald. C5973-6 FRIERS AND ROASTERS PAH ready, 38 cents per ID., on doien lots. Custom killing. H. DycR, Coaldale, 315- 3224. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES opr.lsTERED PEKINESE PUPS FOR sal Sne to 10 weeks old. 756-3408, TRAVEL AGENT REQUIRED FOR local agency. Experience not neces- sary, but desirable. Must be free to travel Wale or female applications ac- cepted. Please supply comolele quali- fications to Box 39, Herald. C6049-7 FOR SALE REGISTERED MALE English Setter One year old. Phone 328-2272. 2518'' TWO PUREBRED MINIATURE alt YOUNG MARRIEOS IF YOU CAN spare a few hours each week I can show you how to build a financial- ly solid future for your family, and enlov doing it. Out-ot-town enquiries welcome. Write Box 24, HCIRSFS WANTED ALL TYPES "nd Ifzes ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry Phone SCRAP STEEL CAST IRON COPPER Brass Radiators Batter US. VARZARI IRON LTD. _ SCRAP YARD, 3308 2nd Ave N. Phone 328-9M2. C556B-1I HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone SCRAP IRON Coppers Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 30S 23rd St. North 61 TEACHERS WANTED BATHING AND CLIPPING. OF ALt breeds of dogs. Specialize in Poodles one year or older. Phone 327-8779. ot C.mros, to W. of Jet. S.R. 854, Mile 2.86 10 Mile 13.07, Grading, Gravel Surfacing, and Oth- Quantities Cu- bic Yards of Excavation Cubic office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the of- fice of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Street, N.W.. Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer, Ad- ministration Building, Lethbridge, Al- berta, and will be available only to individuals registered and operating n the Province of Alberta, or to_ part- nerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have eslah- fixe3 place ot business in the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty Five Dollars pay- able to the Provincial Treasurer, wMI be required for each copy ot the Con- tract and Specifications taken and o. grading projects, profiles will be sup- plied upon further deposit of Twenty- Five. Dollars Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10 per cent of Ten- der. Tenders will be opened in public The lowest or any Tender not neces- sarily accepted. L H McManus Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport These animated pets are an instant hit with tots! Fun to embroider delight- ful accents for gift bibs, clothes, nursery linens, crib cover, pictures. Pattern 7088: transfer of 8 pets 5V4 x di- rections. FIFTY CENTS (coins for each pattern (no stamps, please_add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited Toronto 1, Otnario 60 Front Street West TTr SFI L FOR HEALTH REA- ons Schnauiers Eskimo Brlflanys, Poodles, Pekinese and Chihuahuas. Marganna LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9 Opening available in High School English Department. 900 sludenfs grades eight to twelve. Apply to; ROBERT A. KIMMITT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9 534 18th STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA C 6031 -9 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 52 FARM EMPLOYMENT WANTED FARM COUPLE (TWO SMALL CHIL- work on grain or cattle form. Phone 23i-2155, after 7 p.m 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED ENGLISH NANNY WILL BABY SIT, III day. Phone 328-B6.IO. J373.lt WILL" BABYSIT CHILD TWO OR over in my own home, Monday through Friday. Previous experience. Phone 32B-7sk_____ _ _253MO NURSERIES K'RADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 311.2835. CWl7.fl THE WILLOW CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 28 REQUIRES THE FOLLOWING TEACHERS- One Science Grades five, SIX and seven One Elementary Grade three Written appllcallons and credential should bo submltfed to: MR. R. E. CONGDON, Secretary-Treasurer, Willow Creek School Division No. 28, Box 69, Claresholm, Alberta s T SELL IMMEDIATELY asnd tor.. Earn up to annually with as little as a cash outlay. Not a sales or fran- chise programme. Write Box 140, Herald. 1507-tf WOULD YOU LIKE A BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN? You can have business of your own through Ihe Marshall Wells Franchise dealer choice locations available Capital requirements are small. There aro over 400 such dealer stores In operation Proof that this plan is highly successful. For com- plcle details write Marshall Wells Limited Attn: Development Man- ager, P.O. Box 9100, Calgary 2, Alberta. J407-S Longest railway tunnel plugged SEATTLE (AP) Crews worked by hand and with jacks today to clear the Western Hemisphere's longest railway tunnel of a partly derailed 104- car freight train. A spokesman said it was im- possible to move derricks and other machinery into the eight- mile tunnel tlirough the Cascade Mountains. Crews worked at both ends to unscramble t h e derailment about midway through the tun- nel, hoping to clear a path by sometime Tuesday, a Burling- ton Northern Railroad dis- patcher said. No one was injured when 11 of il.c cars jumped the track, he said. The cause of the derail- ment remained unknown. 65 LOST AND FOUND COSTANZO'S DAY CARE Children one to six. Planned program. Phono 328-5057. C4303-II BOX NUMBERS 5, 10, n, 39, III, LOST SMALL MINIATURE COl- llc yellow with while chest and foef. Lclhbrldgo license 373 Phono 3J7-0803. LOST FROM DAIRY OUEEN ON Mondiw 10 spopd bicycle. Rnlcloh (red and Reward. Phono REWARDFOR INFORMATION ABOUT larne gold lobby cat with Inn and mailed fur on back, mlsslnn Mnce Juno 19th trom 10th Avft. inn lOlh St. N. Phoni JJ40-S VENDING IS GOOD BUSINESSI Excellent Spare-Time Income Our company Is expanding and re. guires full or part time distributors o service New Typo high qualify vending machines in your area. Routes will bo established. No selling. Oualillcallons required: Honesly, sin- eerily, a qood car, rolerenccs, able to spend six to ten hours weekly, cash Investment ol SI In- vestment secured. Reply qlvlnq your phone number, ref- erences' and qunllllcntlons lo: B V DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED Dept. "A" 1163 Tecumsch Rond East WINDSOR 30, Ontario J40V-! Powerful bomb wrecks office SAN JOSE, Calif. (AIJ) A powerful tomb wrecked tlie in- terior of a two-storey building housing an Internal Revenue Service office here Sunday night, no'icc No onc was injured. Deputy Fire Chief Marks said the blast blew a 25- foof hole in the stucco structure. Windows were shattered nnd de- bris was blown as far as 200 feet awny. Nine killed accidentally in Alberta By THE CANADIAN PRESS At least nine persons died accidentally in Alberta during the weekend. The toll included seven m traffic, one drowning and one missing, presumed drowned. An unidentified Red Deer man was killed in a single motor vehicle accident near Botha, 60 miles east of Red Deer. Ernie Martineau, 16, of the Cold Lake district drowned while he and a companion were canoeing on Cold Lake. The companion, whose name was withheld, was missing and presumed drowned. Arnold Beever, 19, of Hill- crest Kinnear, 32, of Coleman, were killed in a colli- sion with a car. Agatha Lacaillc, 50, of Red- cliff, died when the car in which she. was riding skidded and crashed into a ditch near Medicine Hal- Metro Ilauca, 75, of Edmon- ton, was killed in a two-car col- lision north of Ednionton. Evelyn Barbara Read, was killed in a traffic accident en Highway 2, about 13 miles south of Peace River. The body of George Lloyd Breast, 38, was found on an access road leading lo the Goodfish Lake Indian reserve in northeastern Alberta. RCMP said they believe ha was hit by a car which did not stop. FUNFER Joseph Thomas, of Delta, B.C.. passed away Monday, June 21, 1971, at age 47 years. He was born in Bellevue, _ November, 25, 1923. He attended school in Bellevue and later worked for a short period in the Bellevue Mine. He joined the Canadian Army and served with the Roya'l Canadian Signal Corps from 1M1 to 1957. He served briefly with the Royal Cana- dian Tank Corps. He saw ser- vice in the invasion on D-Day and was in France, Belgium, Holland and Germany. He was a veteran of the Kiska Cam- paign in the Aleutians. He was later posted in Japan and also served in Korea in the 1950s. Mr Funfer was later stationed in the Northwest Territories with the Department of Trans- port, with whom he was stul serving as a sergeant at the time of his death. He was a member of the Delta No. 61 Royal Canadian Legion. Sur- vivors include his wife Edith and one daughter Corinne at Delta- his mother, Mrs. Mary C Funfer of Hfflcrestr four brothers, John Scnycz of Cal- gary, Simon Senycz of Hill- crest Steve Funfer of Kitimat and Dan Funfer of Bellevue; three sisters, Mrs. M. (Sofie) Bianchini of Hillcrest, Mrs. L. (Mary) Debroux of Lundbreck, Mrs. W. (Pat) Romanovich of Niagara Falls. He was prede- ceased by his father Martin in Bellevue, January 1949. Fu- neral services were held at 2-00 p.m. Saturday, June 26 in the Chapel of the Delta Fu- neral Home, Delta. In lieu of flowers, donations were accept- ed by the Heart Fund. 2416 away in Calgary on Saturday, July 3 1971 Mr. Stanley Paul Bella- well, at the age of 22 years beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. C. Bella- well, of 2405 10th Avenue South. The late Mr. Hcllawell was born in Coaldale and raised and educated in Leth- bridge where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving parents, he is survived bv two sisters, Mrs. J. (Emth) Klaibcr, Medicine Hat, Mrs. J. (Judith) Raffan, Calgary and his grandmother, Mrs. H. M. Hellawell of Vancouver. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday in Mc- Killop United Church, with Rev." A. T. King officiating. In- terment will follow in Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may donate to the Dorothy Gooder School or the charity of their choice. Those who wish may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Tradi- tional Chapel, 812 3 Avenue S. phone 328-2361. (courtesy park- ing at the rear.) Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. CoWi CARDS OF THANKS HOLROYD We wish to thank the friends and neighbors who attended the funeral of our uncle, Mr. Clyde Holroyd; also for the carts, flowers and dona- tions of food. These were much appreciated by the Graham, Lien and Holroyd families. 25115 MRS. PAULINE PECK Would like to thank her doctor, tne nurses and staff of the Coaldale Hospital for the at- tention she received as a patient. She would also like to thank all her friends for the cards and visits. Pauline Peck. 2539 IN MEMORIAM SELK Tn loving memory of a dear husband and father, Norman Selk, who passed away July 4, 1970. One year has passed since that sad day, It was God's will ttiat you should not stay; A million words cannot ex- press Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. remembered by h i s loving wife and family. 2544 SINKS MADRAS', India (AP) The ship's radio was out, so the Libcrinn freighter Ocean Glory sent her S 0 S by walkie-talkie Sunday. The Brit- ish freighter Chilka heard it and rescued all 31 members of the Ocean Glory's crew. The Ocean Glory sank in (he Bay of Bengal after her engine room flooded. HINDLEY Kenneth Rob- inson passed away in Magrath on Saturday, July 3, 1971, at the age of G2 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Ririe Hindley of Magrath. Mr. Hindlcy was horn in Magrath on April 20, 1909. He was the ninth of twelve children born to William and Maude K. Hind- ley. He farmed in the Magrath District and was a member of the Fifteen Ton Beet Club; had a herd of sheep of which he was really proud. Was a mem- ber of the town cnuncil for eight years, was active in his church, working on the Honor- ed Guest Committee and was on the finance committee of his ward at one time. Was a mcmbci- of the 155 Quorum of Seventies. He also enjoyed hunting and fishing in his lei- sure time. He leaves lo mourn his passing besides his loving wife Margaret, three daugh- ters, Mrs. Ai (Juice) Me- Arthur of Deep River, Ont., Mrs. James B. (Paillette) Tate of Provo, Utah., and Mrs. Da- vid (Beryl) Holmes of Logan, Utah.; six grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Maymc Greene of S'alt Lake City, Utah nnd two brothers, Reed of Salt Lake City and Eugene of Surrey, BC. Funeral services will be held in the Magrath LDS Cha- nel on Tuesday, July 6th nt 2 p.m., wilh Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Magrath Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respecls from I p.m. prior to the service. Chns- tcnson Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- GALIC1A (Sctla) Mary, of Blairmore, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital, Sat- urday, July 3, 1971, at age 84 years. She was born in Rad- ziechowi, Poland in 1867. She came to Blairmore in 1921. S'ne was predeceased by her hus- band Thomas in 1958 and a daughter, Mrs. Victoria Mi- chalsky in 1967. Survivors in- clude three daughters, Mrs. Alice Habdas, Blairmore, Vir- ginia Hazuka, Coleman, Mrs. M. (Helen) Czech, Coleman; three sons, William, Bruno and Joseph, all of Blairmore; 14 grandchildren, 18 great-grand- children; one brother, Joseph Setla of Radziechowi. Funeral service will be celebrated in St. Anne's Catholic Church, Blair- more at a.m. Tuesday, July 6. Interment in the family plot, Blairmore Catholic Ceme- tery. Prayers will be said Mon- day, July 5 (tonight) in St. Anne's Catholic Church at p.m. In lieu of flowers, dona- tions will Ire gratefully accept- ed by the Dr. Emil Aiello Me- morial Fund, care of the Crowsnest Pass Hospital, marking donation "In memory of Mrs. Mary Galicia." Fantin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. CC060 Bus drivers reject offer at Hamilton HAMILTON (CP) Union of- ficials called Sunday night for "realistic" bargaining by the Hamilton Street Railway Com- pany after membership _ voted overwhelmingly earlier in the day to reject a contract offer aimed at ending a 50-day strike by city bus drivers. Members of Local 107 of the Amalgamated Transit Union voted 337 to 50 to reject the proposal for a wage increase of 62 cents an hour to most work- ers over a two-year period. The company said it was its final offer. There was no immediate indi- cation when the two sides might meet again. The strike has left this city of more than without bus service. The latest offer would have brought the top rate for the workers to this year and next year. IRWIN Passed away in the city on Friday, July following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Sarah Alice Irwin, at the age of 7f> years, beloved wife of Mr. Ritchie Irwin, 82S 11 Street N. The late Mrs. Irwin was born and raised in En- gland, coming to Foremost in 1910, where she married Mr. Ritchie Irwin in 1917- They moved lo Lelhbridge in 1922 nnd she has resided here until her passing. Besides her bus' band she is survived by three sons, Raymond, IxiUibridgc, Douglas, Surrey, B.C; Donald, Watson Lake. Yukon; eight grand children, three great- grandchildren; two brothers, Mr. Lnnt Snowden, Lethbridgc and Mr. John Snowden, Edmon- ton, and three half-brothers, Mr. Chris Snowden, Mr. Winston Snowden, Mr. Rowland Snowden, all of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday in Marl in Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3 Ave- nue S. Phone with Rev. A. T. King officiating. In- terment will follow in Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. Flowers arc gratefully de- clined. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di rectors of Funeral Service. 01061 CG067 Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Cold Springs, Akers, 72, retired news execu- tive for United Press Interna- tional who wrote the wire serv- ice's award-winning Civil War centennial series in 1962, of a heart ailment. J. Zimbal, 70, founder and head of Antwerp Diamond Bank who saved part of Antwerp's diamond riches from the Nazis in the Second War, of a brain hemor- rhage. Sliarrnn, Ad- miral Thomas C. Hart, 94, cpm- mander-in-cbicf of the United Slates Asiatic Fleet at the time of Pearl Harbor and former senator. Stratford, D. Ding- rr.an, 69, president and editor of the Slralford Beacon Herald. Falls out of plane NEW YORK (AP) A man who said he fell out of an air- plane while taking pictures over New York City parachuted into Central Park Sunday. Sean O'Reilly, 2.1, of M a n h a 11 n n, landed near the crowded Be- thesdn Fountain. A patrolman gave him n summons for para- chuting within the city limits.