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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHSRIDGE HERALD 40A FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE. Phone 127-B6JO. APPLIANCE REPAIRS. All makes of appliances. Phono BS- 4131 or 378-7151. DOUBLE BED AND CHESTERFIELD suite Good condition. Phone THIRTY.S1X IN. AUTOMATIC ELEC- iric range Good condition, MO Phone 327.8146. wa'U 45 AUTOS WANTED SARC REPAIR LTD-412 4 h Ave S. _ Shaver, appliance repair centre. Authorized depot General Electric, Westlnghouse, Sunbeam, Phillips and Reminglon. M26-II FIVE PIECE DINING SET AND Queen she .bed and mattress; dresser; lounge suit'; record player, vaccum; sweeper; sewing machine, electric fan; Iron; toaster; kettle; side table; electric hair after fi p.m. rollers. 32B-30B5, 3022-16 40B MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS BASS ONE PICKUP. PHONi 327-73JS. SPECIALS On Instruments of all types. M U S I C L A N D C30I2-I 1BANEZ ELECTRIC GUITAR EX cellent condition, with case and ac cessories One pair F-7B-U tires. Bes offer. Phone 328-2692, alter 6 FENDER TELECASTER, FENDER Super Reverb, amp. (one year old Trayner P.A. system (one year old) 1214 5lh Ave. S., after 5 p.m. LEARN PIANO TUNING QUICKLY easily af home. Uncrowded field, ant potential.. Make, excel Wednesday, July 14, 1971 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS fOR SALE OR RENT 11 FOOT SUPER BELLE CAMPER, 'ueen slge overhead, will take wheat. MUST SELL LEAVING TOWN 96? GMC school bus. 30 passenger. Wake offer. 327-7148. 3840-14 FT 10 IN VANGUARD Used very little. Phone 6S3-3361, Card, ton days. 2765-15 CASH PAID For used cars and trucks or will ac- CePlTOWN0rcOUHTRY MOTORS PHONE 328-3654 C3998.ll 46 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES WANTED 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED HARDWARE SALES CLERK EX- perlence preferred but not essential. City hardware store. Write Box 59, aid. C6226-20 Experienced BAKER Permanent position for qualified appli- cant. Salary to suit, excellent company benefits. Apply Employment Ollice. WOODWARD'S CHINOOK-RIDGE Retreadabie lire casings for cash. Delivered to North teth- bridge Mo-Tires ttd., 305 13th St- N' 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED LIVESTOCK WANTED, -.CHILDREN'S John Drewry Phone MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILL! and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY pALKtKS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Experienced SALESMAN sell new cars. You can aarn up to per month. Monthly guarantee plus car full Co. benefits. CONTACT FRED WEATHERUP EMERSON'S... OF COURSE C-7 BlrtL, JbeatL, I CarJL Of BIRTHS HARDY Dean and Bernice are proud to announce the birth of their first daughter, Dawne Laurel on July 9, 1971 (7 Ibs.) at St. Michael's Hospital. In- sured. "Life with Charlie is never we be able to pay the phone bill? Will we be able to make the mortgage payment? Will we 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES FOUR BLACK POODLE PUPS. Phone 653-2161. 3023-17 REGISTERED MALE ENGLISH Setter one year old. Phone 328- 2272 3043-20 PUREBRED MINIATURE DACH- schund puppies one male, two S50 each. 733-3647. 3025-20 75 CONTRACTS SAVE HALF ON YOUR REUPHOL- stery costs Guaranteed satisfaction. Phone or 328-9525. 2976-tf 3002 PRICE Ken and Sharon are proud to announce the birth of a daughter, Trina Lee, 7 Ibs. 7 ozs., on July 10 at St. Mich- ael's Hospital. A sister for Kimberley. Insured. DEATHS SALER Nikolaus, aged 66, of Coaldale, passed away sud- denly in Gmunden, Austria, on luly 6, 1971, beloved husband of Mrs. Katherina Saler, and fath- er of Kathy Kutanzi, of Cran- ford, Mary Resch of Don Mills, Ontario, Tony of Don Mills, John of Coaldale, Steve and Nick of Lethbridge. 302C PIEKEMA Harry and Laureen are pleased to an- nounce the birth of Trevor Ross (5 Ib. 4 oz.) and Ryan Todd (4 Ib. 12 oz.) on July 3, 1971- at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Identical twin broth- ers for Darrell and Douglas. Insured. 3044 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT k and stuccoing. Anderson end Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-H ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. So MAINTENANCE -NO CHANG- ent lull-time or "extra" wri career Institute, No. '0203 l -Ave, Edmonton, Alberta. 2760-19 MACHINERY TEACHERS WANTED WANTED (MALE -agle or Springer Spaniel. Phone 27-0277. C1S36-I1 42 TRUCKS FOR SALE SMALL FORD TRACTOR m three-point implements. Reply to M. D. MacKinnon, Box 5, Site _ 11, .R. 2, Calgary. VACANCY PEKINGESE PUPPIES, ine weeks old are looking (or a STEINER CEMENT WORK, a basements dug, water proofing, In-red, free estimates. Phone 32MCT6. MERCURY ONE TON TRUCK. WHAT offers? Can be seen at 2703 6th AveMjl eacn. rna REPAIRS CHIMNEYS, FIRE-ace, cement, brick, painting. Reno-ations and house raising. oss. to assist with Religious program. McCoy High School. APPLY TO: MR. J. A. KOMANCHUK, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS, MEDICINE HAT R.C.S.S.p. NO. 21, f 73 7th STREET S.E. MEDICINE HAT, AND CLIPPING OF ALL reeds of dogs. Specialize In Poodles ne year or older. Phone 1942 IHC LWB V-S, FOUR SPEED. Phone 738-4553, Iron MISC. ARTICLES 967 FORD 800 TANDEM, IN REAL good shape. Will accept grain. 327-61MO, mornings. 634 COLOR COLLIE ve years old; also part Border Collie two years old. Partially NUMBERS 5, 7, 10, 27, 28, 35, 39, 53, 6, 128, IdO. STEEL CAST IRON SCRAP YARD, 3308 2nd Ave. N. 328-9M. as cattle dogs. Phone 626-3231. NOTICES TRUCK AND CAMPER lOVi FT. Top quality. Self contained. Reasonable price. 1718 5th Ave. A N. IMPORT REGISTER-r German Shepherd. Phone 543-9612, fter p.m. or write J. Voss, 316 Rob nson St., Regina, Saskatchewan. EDUCATIONAL MERCURY HALF TOM TRUCK with new brakes, tires, 352 cng ne. Priced for quick sale. Karl Wilde, 3232 28th St. S. Lethbridge. Phone steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES ISO! 2nd Ave. S. Phone A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells how. Phone 328-3636, Columbia iChool of Broadcasting. MALE, MINIATURE POOD-e, 10 months old, registered, latooed, nd inoculated. Phone 327-6645, after p.m. 1961 LANDROVER FOUR WHEEL drive. Heavy duty winch and Warren hubs. Excellent condillon. S800. Also 1969 Datsun wagon. Radio, four speed. El ,600. Phone 328-6203, alter 5 IRON Coppers Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying more-NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. !K St. North ASSISTANTS APPLICA-lons now being accepted for Home Study career training in this exciting growing field. High school diploma not necessary to qualify. Phone or write mmediately 42-1-7946, Career Institute, 303, 10203 119 Ave., Edmonton. Request free Information. Zoning By Law No. 2750 The following application for a de-elopment permh has been approved y the AAunlcipal Planning Commission n July 7, 1-561 Mr C, Mills to establish a home ccupation office on connection with ales of home cleaning system ot 975 2 street B South. Any person affected by the said decision may appeal such decision to he Development Appeal Board by de-vering either personally or by Reg-stered Mail, statement of the grounds o appeal fo reach the Office of the C ty Clerk in the City Hall not later nan July 28, 1971. T. Kanasiilro Development Officer 841 BUSINESS 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR SALE Mobile Cafe in Sparwocd, B.C. Interested party only. By appointment. Phone 425-6621. SEWING UTILITY TRAILER, 530. PHONE .328-425.1 ALTERATIONS AND roning done. In my home. Reason-able. Phone 32B-6911. WITH STEADY RUN TO Calgary. Will Take half ton as partial jayment. Write Box 56, THIRTEEN FT. SCAMPER TRAILER Phone 328-4283. FEMAIE EMPLOYMENT LOST AND CAR CAMPER, MOUNTED ON 1557 Dodge Royal. Can be seen "'629 24th St. N., after 5 p.m. BABYSIT IN MY HOME. CLOSE to hospitals. Day and night. References. Phone 328.5128. SINCE JUNE 19TH arge tabby cat with malted fur on back. Answers To Silky. Reward. Offers. Good part-time income Write Vending, 7504 Fountain Rd., Calgary 27, Alberta. home Three bedrooms, fireplace, pTch. fuel tank. 643-2143. 2993- LICENCED ONE RICKENBACHER BASS gu tar from Park Plaza, July 7, between A-B p.m. reward. Contact Wes Kucheran, at 327-3565. HAVE SPACE FOR THE FOL-owinq businesses in Mall next to Holiday Inn opening next spring. Flower Shop, Ladies Wear. Barber shop and a ready, 38 cents per Ib., on dozen fix 12 S3C New Homes from and up. COALHURST MOBILE HOMES Phono 327-3744 59 MALE- FEMALE HELP PETS AND FOR BACHEI.O suite Wnn for maintenance an repair, wifo for tiousekrnplncj n cleaning- New furnished npnrtmcnt 1 eluded in new development. Good s< ary. wrllo BOX wo, Sparwood, n.c 1 part Persian kitten lo be given away. Trained Phono 328-5864. XI DO PAINTING PRIVATE OF commercial. Phone injuring his 47-ycar-ol wife and 70-year-old molhcr-i SAND AND GRAVEL -General trucking, Ironl-ond loader an 7 lopioll. Phont who were asleep on U 1 ground floor. 3M8 HOW Passed away at Champion on Sunday, July 11, 1971, Joseph Kenneth, at the age of eight years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry How of Taber. Funeral services will be conducted from Humphries Fu- neral Chapel in Taber on Thurs- day, July 15, at 2 p.m., with Rev. Canon E. Lewis officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. Hum phries Funeral Home Ltd., Ta DEATHS SKRETTING Passed away at LeUibridge on Tuesday, July 13, 1971, Jorgine, of Vauxhall, at the age of 72 years. Born at Varhaug, Norway, October She married at Varhaug April 5, 1919. Came, to Canada to Bow City area in 1928 and moved to Vauxhall in 1937 where she has resided until the time of her passing. Prede- ceased by her husband Justav in 1966; also one son Sven in 1959. Survivors include seven sons, Hans, Torsten, Justav, Arnold, James, Edwin, all of Vauxhall and Gudmund of En- chant; two daughters, Mrs Mary Key, Vauxhall, Mrs Judith Braun, Lelhbridge; one brother, Gilbert Odland of Brit- ish Columbia; 20 grandchildren. Funeral Service will be con- ducted from the Evangelical Free Church, Enchant on Fri- day, July 16, at 2 p.m., vith Rev. W. Burrell officiating. In- terment will follow in the En chant Cemetery. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, in her, in Charge lents. PINMEY Clifford, pafsed way in the city on Monday, uly 12, 1971, at the age of 71 ears, beloved husband of Mrs. luby Pinney. of 1414 3 Ave. N. Mineral services will be held in re Christensen Chapel on hursday, July 15 at p.m., itev. R. W. R. Elliott officiat- ng. Interment will follow in lountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral lome Ltd., Directors of Funer- Charge of Arrangements. C6235 WILKINSON Sunday, Julj 11, 1971, in Medicine Hat Alta., William Gibson Wilkinson aged 61 years, beloved husbam of Mrs. Dorothy Wilkinson o ?6 Connaught Drive, Medicim Hat, dear father of Mrs. Charles (Marjoric) Leacock of Wes Germany and Richard of Medi cine Hat. Also surviving ar three grandchildren. Bom i Lethbridge, Alta., April 2, 1910 educated in Etzikom, Alta. am was married to Miss Doroth Rumpel in 1934. He had bee employed by U.G.G. for 1 years at Jefferson, Raymon and Cranford. From 1952 t 1956 farmed at Taber and ha been an active member of th Taber Lions Club. In 1956 Mr Wilkinson was employed b South Alberta Pipelines an moved to Etzikom, this con pany was then purchased b Pembina Pipelines and he wa transferred to Medicine Hat i 1967, where he has resided unt his sudden passing. Rev. M Rees will conduct the funera service, in Westminster Unite Church, Medicine Hat on Thurs day afternoon at p.m. In ferment in Hillside Cemeterj Friends may call at Pattison Chapel noon Thursda Arrangements by the Pattiso Funeral Home. C623 of Arrange C6234 I Service. C6240 SPRINKLE Passed away uddenly in the city on Sunday, July 11, 1971, Mr. Victor Neal Sprinkle, at the age of 67 years, leloved husband cf Mrs. Alice 'atricia Sprinkle of Monarch. The funeral service will lie held at p.m. on Thursday, in ilartin Bros. Me. crial Chapel, 703-13 St. N., Rev. Dr. J. W. K. Elliott officiating. In- erment will 'ollow in Mountain View "smetery. Friends may )ay their respects at Martin 3ros. Memorial Chapel, phone 328-2361. Martin Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C6238 KERNER Passed away o Monday, July 12, 1971, John, of Bow Island, at the age of 51 years. Born at Burdett, June 4, 1920, he received his education at the Sampson School south of Bow Island. He joined the Cana- dian Army in 1939, spent six years overseas before receiving his discharge in 1946. Married tlie former Doreen Lyxzen at Hanna in 1951. Mr. Kerner worked on oil rip before farm- ing at Bow Island in 1955. Ac- tive in community affairs Mr. Kerner was past president of the Bow Island Canadian Le- gion, president of Kiddies Day Association for ten years, pres- ident of the Bow Island Booster Club. Survivors are his wife Doreen, Bow Island; one son Brian at home; mother Mrs. Magdalena Kerner, Bow Is- land; six brothers, Joseph, Tabcr, William, Medicine Hat, Lawrence, Edmonton, Andrew, Calgary, Terry R ai n b o w Lake, Henry, Bow Island; four sisters, Mrs. Anna Bailie, Skiff, Mrs. Julie Mcdhurst, Arm- strong, B.C., Mrs. Katherine Davis, Fort Langlcy, B.C., Miss Emily Kerner, Medicine Hat. Funeral service will be con- ducted from St. AuRiistinn's United Church on Thursday, July 15, at p.m., with Rev. 0. R. Hodge officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Bow Is- land Cemetery with graveside service. Friends may pay their respects at the church from 3 p.m., Thursday. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Tabor, in Charge ot Arrangements. C6236 away in the city on Sunday, July 11, 1971, following a brief illness, Mrs. Rose McAndrews, at the age of 70 years, of 230-14 Street North, beloved wife of the late Mr. Walter Edmund McAn- drews. Prayers will be said at 8 p.m. on Wednesday (today) in Martin Bros. Memorial Cha- pel, 703-13 Street North. Requi- em Mess will be celebrated at a.m. on Thursday in St. Augustine's Catholic Church, Taber, with Rev. Father G. Marien celebrant. Interment will follow in the family plot, Taber Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects Martin Bros. Memorial Cha- pel, phone 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C6239 WILLMOTT Celia, passed away in Cardston on Tuesday, July 13, 1971, at the age of 74 years, beloved wife of David Willmott, of Cardston. Left to mourn her passing, besides her loving husband David are two daughters, Mrs. Jay (Ann) Swenson of Dallas, Texas and Mrs. Ray (Francis) Powlesland of Del Bonita; two sons, Collin and David of Chicago; and 15 grandchildren. Funeral ser- vices will be held in the Al- berta Stake Chapel on Friday, luly 16, at 1 p.m., with Bishop Don Shaw officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Card- ston cemelery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 32 noon until prior to the service in the Re- lief Society Room of the church. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors FUNERALS- BUTTERFIELD Funeral service for Arley Butterfield of Milk River, who died in Leth- bridge July 6 at (lie age of 73, was held July 9 in the United Church, Milk River, with Pa- dre Copt. I. K. Sayers officiat- ing Pallbearers Ron Hu- lit, Bob Hulit, Jay Suow, Cliff Kuhl, Willie Harvey and Art Loft. Interment was in the War- ner Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd. Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of arrange- ments. PARKER Funeral service for Mrs. Alice Maude Parker of Picture Butte who died July 6 at the age of 87, beloved wife of the late Bernard Parker of Picture Butte, was held July 8 in St. Augustine's Anglican Church in Lethbridge with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Pall- bearers were Vernon Amund- son, Eddy Nishida, Peter Wright, William Kirby, Harry Watson and Melvin John- son. Interment was in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service was in charge of arrangements. PARKER Funeral service for Horace Parker, beloved husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Parker of Taber, who died in Taber on Tuesday, July 6, 1971, at the age of 79 years, was held Saturday, July 10, at 2 p.m. from St. Theodore's An- glican Church with Rev. Canon E H. Lewis officiating. Active pallbearers were Tony Perl, Alex Astalos, Spiro Poullos, Pe- ter Peters, Ray Nason and Claude McGuire. Honorary pallbearers were Ewen Mac- Kenzie, John Williams, William Williams, Trygvie Larsen, Art Parks and James Bell. Inter- ment was in Taber Memor- ial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber was in charge of arrangements. HELLAWELL Funeral ser- vice for Stanley Paul Hellawell of Lethbridge who died Satur- day, July 3, 1971, at the age of 22 years beloved son of Mr. and Mrs.' John A. C. Hellawell of Lethbridge, was held Tues- day, July 6, in McKillop Uni- ted Church with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Active pall- bearers were Kenneth Hella- well, Robert Snowden, Stuart Falconer, George Skinner, Charles Barnett and Oscar Od- ney. Honorary pallbearers were Gary and Rod McDonald, Laird McKillop, Tim Baxter, Rick Lastuka and Brian O'Sullivan. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service was in charge of ar- rangements. ot Funeral Service. C6241 FUNERALS HELLAWELL Honorary pallbearers for the funeral ser- vice for Stanley Paul Hella- wcl! held July 6 in McKillop United Church, Lethbridge were Gary McDonald, Rod Mc- Donald, Tim Baxter, Rick Las- tuka, Brian O'Sullivan and Laird McKillop. Other details of the funeral were carried in this column July 12. CARDS OF THANKS BASTEDO We would like to express our sincere thanks lo the many friends and rela- tives who sent flowers, cards and food, and offered kind words of sympathy with the passing of our wife, mother and grand- mother, Nellie Bastedo. A special thanks to the doctors of the Haig Clinic, the staff and nurses of the Municipal Hospital, the Victorian Order of Nurses for making her last days as com- fortable as possible. This is very much appreciated by The Bastedo family. C6203-19 HELLAWELL We wish to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the many people from near and far who were so helpful during our recent be- reavement. A special thank you to relalives, friends and neigh- bors for the beautiful floral tributes and cards; to the honor- ary and active pallbearers; to the ladies of McKillop Church U.C.W. for the lunch served following the service; to those who brought food to our home and gave donations to Dorothy Gooder School and to Rev. A. T. King; to all those who offer- ed consolation and helped in any way to ease (he shock and burden of Stanley's sudden passing. We will always be grateful. and Lynette Hellawell, Edith and Johnny, Juditli and Jim. 3003 GRBAVAC Funeral vice for Ellen Grbwnc scr- who died in Lethbridge July 7 at the age of 69, beloved wife of the late Michael Grbavac of Raymond, was held July 10 in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Raymond, with Father G. Marien officiating. Pallbear- ers were Peter Boras, Sam Ra- disich, Steve Vucurevich, Nick Bebek, Bill Pcrlich and Ralph Bosn.ik. Interment was in the Temple Hill Cemetery at Ray- mond. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd. was in charge of arrangements. IN MEMORIAM STANNARl) In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Mary Ann Slannard, who passed away on July 14, 1E64. Seven years has passed since that sad day, When one we loved was called away; God took her home, it was His will, But in our hcnrts she liveth still. remembered by the family. 3004 ;