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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta tO SIRVICES AND REPAIRS 90 CONTRACTS KIKBY VACUUM AND VICE KIMY COMPANY OP LETH- BRIPOf COTI-tt FRED'S EAVESTROUGH ING AND panting. Inltrlor and exterior decor- MtlmatM. JM-12M. JOURNEYMAN PAINTERS mMM Mil. MIMA ECONOMY PAINTING AND DECOR- ting. Very neat, very reaywwble. ne noon cr evenings MMS70. M42-M GARDENING ROTOTILLING, LANDSCAPING AND new wedtd. Phont 3ZWJM. 3400-tf QUALITY CEMENT WORK SIDE- walka, patios, driveways, etc. Rea- sonable prlcts. Phone 327.3432. Free estimates. M07-A2S MeLCAN'S TREE SUROiPlY MEB Pruning, trimming and fell- Ing. Call or 3270323. 7030-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK nd stuccoing. Anderson and Sortnson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone C7377-tf ROTOTILLING HAVE HARD ground? Lots of weeds? wart to make a garden plot bigger for next year? New ground prepared for lawn. Satis- faction guaranteed. W-vas. 6632-1 GARDEN MASTER! FREE ESTI- matas. Rototllllng, lawns put In, com. plete lawn and garden care. Call your garden master at 327-8043, anytime. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. JO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- NO. PHONE JONES FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. MIS- cellaneous building. Concrefe-patps, Idewalks, etc. Hauling Chief Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone 328-0924 -327.SM7, 30-JW1 C8M-tf Stiil Available! EVERGREENS TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA. CLOSED GRAVEL CRUSHING The County of Vulcan No. 2 .Invite quotations for the crushing and stock- piling eu. yds. of W gravel at the following locations- 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FARM FRESH YOUNG FRYERS AND roasters. Pan ready 52 cents per Ib. Free delivery. Custom killing. H. Dyck. Coaldale, 34S-3224. C96M-H Quotations to be received by mnn, Wednesday, August 22nd, 1973 at the County Administration Building In Vul- can, Alberta. Crushing to commence at Wt No. 4 by September and lob to be com- 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES GUINEA PIGS FOR SALE. VARIOUS breeds. Phone 345-3440. 6634-28 WANTED DOG SHIPPING CRATES and cages. 223-4130, Taber. C782-27 SIAMESE KITTENS. Eight weeks old. Phont 345-3953. 4631-21 HOUSE-TRAINED KITTENS TO BE given away. Phone 327-M56, after 5 p m. 6675-26 HALF SPANIEL PUPS TO BE GIVEN away. Phone Granum, 236-3770. 6268.26 TO GIVE AWAY ST. BERNARD and German Shepherd cross pups. Phone 345-3197. 6536-26 TO BE GIVEN AWAY TWO DOGS, five months oldi House trained. Phone 328-5345. 6574-27 SIX MONTH OLD FEMALE CHESA- peake Bay retriever, registered Phone 627-3088 or write Box 896, Pincher Creek. 6456-26 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES Champion bloodlines. C.K.C. registra- tion available. 647-3680, Milk River. SUNBURST KENNELS BOARDING all size dogs and cats, home loving care. G. A. Addy, 2234363, Taber. 6633-HAun REGISTERED BRITANY SPANIEL puppies. Too stow, field and hunting. OMcertiffed. G. A. Addy Taber. 663S-1lAuh 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR LEASE SERVICE. STATION. Write Box 85, Herald. 6579-26 BULK DRY CLEANING BUSINESS tn busy Southern Alberta town. Write BOX 56, Herald. 5945-26 FULLY' EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP far rent. Phone 653-3182 or 65W704, Cardston. 4148-tf INTERESTED COUPLE TO LEASE ROOM OPERATION OF HOTEL BUS- INESS. WRITE BOX 88, HERALD FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. C855-31 WELL ESTABLISHED TREE SER- vlce on Vancouver Island. All modern equipment. Opportunity for ambitious person. Box 71, Lethbridge Herald. 6146-31 WANTED ANYONE HAVING A business or revenue property around iJWOO profit range in Southen Al- beta. Wftte Box 81, Herald. COUNTRY GROCERY STORE FOR rent In Saskatchewan. Has all mo- dern equipment and some stock. Will give easy terms on stock or will trade. Please reply to Box 1150, Claresholm Alberta. 6125-16A Business building for sale or lease, centre of Main Street, Femie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box lto7, Fernie, B.C TMJ-tf TRUCKING BUSINESS With full lint of trucks and equip. ment. All units are under contract at present. Office and 35x70 ft. building may be leased from present owner Call RAY LAVALLEY at 345-3462, Coaldale. EXCLUSIVE. Royal Trust 323 7th ST. S.- PHONE 328-7761 COAST-TOCOAST REALTORS CTM-t SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "List with Leader" Multiple Listing Service in making money] Look Mo baying It-vnn .-nole men located In LettitrUge. andshpw lug an enceHent itlvUn. The owner I In poor fwalth and IIHAI anxtou to ten. call Sany Marquartson a 33X001. W.US. CCZ5-2I LOANS AND INVESTMENTS Schwortz Agendts (1972) ltd. Colleot Phone JS-3OT Peslflentlai, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. Cily or Town lowest interest ratra available First vnd second Iiiun0ayci. MORTGAGES Ait types of tnarleeei financing in small an old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ant, 3IJ-3ZM. C774MT MORTGAGE MONEY formers-Merchants Trust 309 7rti St. S, Phone 328-5548 anwt FRED STEINER CEMBNT WORK, Sbeatli Of eworamts DEATHS MIOA-tf PUBLIC NOTICES pleted by April 30th, 1974. TOWN OF MAGRATH NOTICE The Masrath Town Council, re- quired under Section 175 of the Mun- cipal Government Act, hereby gives notice of its Intention to Pass a By- Law on August 13, 1973, for the pur. pose of closing the North to South In Block 50, Plan Magrjtlii 3046 H. t is proposed to the RapTet of Block I 19 UI WgVWWh'W 1M that the North approximately 400 feet of the lane be replaoed with a Si foot s stfd lai roadway and ttw South ap- IWI Vina r proxlmately 260 feet of the lane re- ilaeed with a walkway. person who claims that ha will affected preiodicielly by the By- .aw may be heard by Council before Auqust 10, 1973. MAGRATH TOWN COUNCIL H. C. Poulsen Municipal secretary-Treasurer THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENCE notice is hereby given that ANDARIN RESTAURANTS LTD. to apply to The Alberta Ucjior Control Boord for a Dining Lounge Licence to sell beer, and wine by the glass for consumption on the following LTD. MANDARIN RESTAURANT 1424 Mayor Magrath Drive, LETH- 8RIDGE, ALBERTA, Lot 36, Block No. 4553 H.H. to this application shall be made forth- with Alberta Liquor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Ltthbrhtoe, Alberta, this 24th day of July, 1973. MANDARIN RESTAURANTS LIMITED PRESIDENT SWEENEY SUN away CORDEIRO Passed _jddenly in Waterton Pa Wednesday, July 25, 1973, Ar- thur Cordeiro, at the age of 12 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edmond Cordeiro of 2906 13th Ave. S., Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., in charge of arrangements. C884 DONAJLCHUK Anna pass- ed away in the city oa Thurs- day, July 26th, 1973 at the age of 85 years, beloved wife of the late Akx Donalchuk of Leth- bridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. CHRISTENSEN' SAL- MON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funsral Services. C885 RICE Passed away in the city on Tuesday, July 24, 1973, following a lengthy illness, Mr. George Anthony Edward Rice at 84 the age of years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Catherine Rice of 1280 4th Ave. S. Bom in Bear River, Nova Scotia, the.lato Mr. Rice was raised and re- ceived all of his grade school education there. In 1912 be graduated in Law from Dal- housfe University. The foflow- ing year in 1913 be began prac- tice with the Sneppard and Dunlop law firm in Lethbridge. In 1914 he went overseas with the Royal Flying Corps and re- turned to bis practice after the war. to 1920 he married the formsr Miss Mary Catherine Mclntosh. He continued his law FUNERALS HAMES Funeral service far Edward Albert Hames, be- loved husband of the late Mrs. Jane Hames who died in the city Wednesday, July 18, 1973, at the age of 83 years, was held at 3 p.m. Saturday in St. Aug- ustine's Anglican Church with Archdeacon Cedl Swansea offi- ciating. Palfoearers were Ron Crighton, Robert Gilson, Robert Johnson and lavti, Tino and Sef Pasoli. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. HART Funeral service for Mary Hart, who died July 20, 1973, was held at p.m. Mon- day, July 23, 1973, in Trinity United Church, Fort THacteod, with Rev. E. R. Doyle officiat- ing. Pallbearers were Raymond Chester, Grant Day, Bert Heath, Reg Purdy, W. H. Me- Roberts and William Orr. In- terment was in the Union Cemetery, Fort Macleod. Ed- en's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod, was in charge of the DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS TENDER Contract WR 77-73: Construction of Trade Shops and Of- fices at the Maintenance Compound Banff Townsite Banff National Park. Tender Documents- Can be obtained from the Contracts Administrator, National and -Historic Parks Branch, 131 Bunding, 134 11 Ave. S.E.r Calgary. Alberta, T2G OXS on deposit of In the form of a Certified Cheque made pay- practice and in 1936 formed law firm of Rice and Pateram and practised under that firm name until he retired in 1967. He has continued to reside in the dry until Ms passing. Ac- tive in the community, be was a member of the Downtown Kiwanis club for over 50 years, a member of the Knights oi Columbus, a past member of the Chinook dub. Besides his Coving wife he survived Jy two oflUkuABCSt JflTSei [Nancy) O'Connor of Hawaii, Mrs. A. S. (Mary) Gray of Kelowna B.C.; two sons, Dr. Donald A. Rfce and Mr. Ed- ward E. Rice, Doth of Leth- bridge; 14 grandWbJHren and onebrotfaer, Mr. Clifford JMce of Kentvffle Nova Scotia. Pray- ers win be said on -nmrsday at 7-30 pjn. in Martin Bros. TRA- 812 3 ibla to the Receiver General for egments may be viewed at the office of the superintendent, Banff National Park and the following Construction Association Offices: Winnipeg, Mani- toba; Saskatoon and Regina, Saskat- chewan; Calgary, Edmonton, and Leth- bridge, Alberta; Vancouver, and Kamloops, B C. Sealed tenders marked as to content and addressed to the Contract Admini- strator; National and Historic Parks Branch, Department of Indian and Northern Affairs, 131 Customs Build- ing, H Ave. S.E., Calgary, Al- berta, T2G 0X5, will be received up to: 3.00 P.M. Tuesday August 28, 1973 The lowest or any tender not naees- tarlly accepted. -L. H. Robinson Director Western Region Canada Ave. S., phone 328-236L Re- quicm Mass will be celebrated on Friday at a.m. in As- sumption Catholic Church, with RevT Father M. Cfflhs OJO. celebrant Interment wffl fol- low in Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery. Flowers are gratefully declin- ed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Di- rectors of the Funeral Service. C883 FUNERALS PETERSON Funeral ser- vice for MoMrid Peterson, Bur- dett resident who died at Leth- bridge Sunday, Jiuy at toe age of 63 years, was held at p-m. Wednesday, July B, 1973, is the Burdett United Church with Hrv. Oliver Hodge officiating. Pallbearers were CANADIAN TRANSPORT COMMISSION 7IAAE AIR LTD.-APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY TO SERVE THE ADDITIONAL POINT GRANDE PRAIRIE, ALBERTA UNDER LICENCE NO. A.T.C Under Licence No A.T.C. Time Air Ltd is authorized to operate a Class 2 Regular Specific Point Com- mercial air service serving points MMitfne Hat. Calgary, Red Deer and Edmonton, Province of Alberta __ Licensee has now applied for authority to serve the additional point Grande Prairie. Alberta under the above-mentioned licence. ___L On request to the CommlMlt. form- er particulars of the application will be provided. Any person interested mar Intervene to support, oppose cr modify Ap- plication in accordance wTOi the Cana- dian Transport Commission General Rules An intervention, of made shall be endorsed with the nane and address of the Sntervner or hit soli- citor, ana shall be mailed or togtrhtr wfln any supporting duco- ments, to the Secretary. Air Trans- port Committee, TO Slater Street, OTTAWA. Ontario K1A COPT of the Intervention and documents served upon the Scgg- tw, later than Wto, 1TO. The appTicant's address IK P.O. Sox 423, Alberta. The cponcant or Its SoTicWtr may, by a Reply, object to an Intervention or may admit or deny any or an ef the facts alleged in the Intervention A Replv, H made, snaTI be signed by the "Applicant or Its SoflcWor, and Snanjbe mailed er delivered teethe Secretary, Air Transport Gommmee, m Slater Street, OTTAWA, Ontario K1A copy of the Reply served on the IMervener of his Solic- itor, wBhln ten TO) deys efler receipt Proof of srrvJce Shall be by Oedaratldn under oath end Wled flw Secretsry. AIR TRANSPORT COMMITTEE OTTAWA, CANADA Wfh. FUNERAL WALLMAN Funeral ser- vice for Joseph (Oscar) Wall- man, beloved husband of Mrs. Irene Wallman of 232 25th St. S. who died in the city Fri- day, July 20, 1973', after a long illness at the age of 86 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Cha- pel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Active pallbearers were Allan Sturte- vant, George Butterwick, Charles Coverdale, Wallace Phillips, Gil Mehlen and Ken MaeKenzie. Honorary pallbear- ers were Luther Phay, Futz CoiUin, George Strain, George Hohnberg, Bert FoMfc and Nap Granberg. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SEPARATES REGIONS The Himalayas, a mountain range stretching in a broad arc for more than miles, sepa- rate the subcontinent of India from the Tibetan plateau. FUNERAL LINITSKI Funeral service for Mrs. Mary Lmitski, beloved wife of the late Cart Linitski of Raymond who died at Ray- mond Tuesday, July 17, 1973. at the age of 86 years, was held Thursday, July at 10 a.m. in the Sacred Heart Ro- man Catholic Church at Ray- mond with Rev. Gaston Marten the celebrant. Pallbearers were Val and Andy Grbavac, John Motycka, Ed Pommea, Bob Jones and Herman Schefter. In- terment was in the family plot hi the St. Patrick Cemetery at Lethbridge. Cbristensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. NOT MEDICINAL TROK-RIVTERBS, Que. (CP) A resident, appearing for the fourth time in court on a charge of drunken driving, was asked by the judge if ha had a drink- ing problem. The driver said the only reason he drank was because of Ms rheumatism. He was fined and bis licence was suspended for a year. Thunday, July THE LCTHIftlDOl HMAIO 21 CARD OF THANKS KIZEMA I wish to express my sincere thanks and appre- ciation to friends, neighbors and relatives for the expression of sympathy, beautiful floral tri- butes, memorial food and many acts of kindness during my recent bereavement. I would especialy like to thank my doctor, the Bigetow Fowler Clinic, the third floor staff of the Municipal Hospital, Rev. Sipe, Roy Hirsche, Martin Bros, and all the pallbearers. Your kindness will always be remem- bered. Helen Kizema 6677-28 IN MEMORIAM BERTI In loving memory of my dear sons, Greeno Berti who passed away July 6, 1969 and Julio Berti, who passed away July 26, 1969. remembered and sadly missed by their Mother Maria Berti and family. 6676 IN MEMORIAMS ROLLrNGSON la fcvfcg memory of our brother-in-law md uncle, James, who pasted away July 26th, 1973. Every day in some small way, of you keep coming our way. remembered and sadly missed, MMlie, Walden and family. HELWIG In loving memory of a dear son, Bob Helwig, who passed away suddenly on July 26, 1967. As time goes by, but memories stay, As near and dear as yesterday. Unseen, unheard, you'rt always near, So loved, so missed, and so very dear. But God will mend that broken chain, When one by one well meet again. loved, remembered and sadly missed by mom, dad and family. 6637 Here are your AN SEWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I: 1-Vietnamese; 2-e; 3-c; S-Hector Compora PART H: 1-d; 2-e; 3-b; 4-a; 5-c PART III: T-b; 2-e; 3-a; 4-c; 5-d PICTURE QUIZ: United Nations Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim Morris Nelson, Oscar Torger- son, Bffl Poote, Weatberbead, John Neil and Eugene Cyr. Interment was m the Burdett Cemetery. Humph- ries Funeral Home Ltd., Ta- ber, Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge if the ar-, rangstnents. SCHMIDT Funeral service for Isaac Schmidt, beloved bus-. band of Mrs. Dorothy Schmidt of A 6th St S. wno died in the city Saturday, July 21, 1973, at the age of 68 years, was held at l p.m- Wednesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St N., with Rev. M. fc- raelsoo officiating. Pallbearers were Peter and George Teicb- roeb, Gerry Anderson, Arnold Schmidt, Tom Ayetnart and Keith Cannady. Interment was in the Mountain View Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direct- ore of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CAMPBELL Funeral ser- vke for Francis Jefferson Campbell, beloved husband of Mrs. Kathleen Campbell of Coaldale who died there Sun- day, July 22, 1973, at the age of 76 years, was held at aJn. Wednesday in Martin Bra Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K .Effiott officiating. Pall- bearers were Dong and Don McCawi, Bob Kjeterod, Doog and Curt Campbell and John Longman. Interment was in Mountain Mew Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge to SAVE DURING DUNLOP FORD'S DOWN It's our Mid-Summer Sale and we've put the clamp on high prices. Come in this week and get a good deal more for a good deal less as we mark them down to move them out BRAND NEW! 1973 PINTO STOCK NO. 960 3 DOOR RUNABOUT Bright yellow, value option package, A78-13 WSW tires, 2000 cc engine, auto, trans., roof, radio, racing mirrors, flipper quarter windows, block heater. mice OAMP DOWN BRAND NEW 1973's rxno STOCK NO. 775 BRAND NEW! 1973 PMTO 2 DOOR Medium brown, 4 speed, radio. MUCE CLAMP DOWN..... STOCK NO. 974 BRAND NEW! 1973 MAVERICK SEDAN 4 door, super unit with all the, Ford belter PWCt ClAMf Ford better loco DOWN '3779 SAVE TODAY ON ALL OUR A-l USED CARS 1968 Mercury RANGER V8, auto., radio. opprox. Red in color, A1 unit. See It Now! STOCK NO. 999A 1968 PONTIAC STATION WAGON Auto., P.S P.B., Do-it-your- self unit, domp Down oitfy STOCK NO. 920A 1969 COUGAR CONVERTIBLE V-8, Outo., P.S., P.8., radio For summer driving fun at it's best. Clamp Dawn Price, only STOCK NO. 869A 1968 CYCLONE 2 DOOR HARDTOP V-8, aufo., P.S., P.B., radio Clamp Down Price, only STOCK NO. 672A 1971 CAPR1 2-OOOR SPORT COUPE 4 radio. 1969 Ford F100 White hi color. 390, auto., radio. Clamp Dawn Price, only 1971 Ford FIDO V8, 4 speed, long wheel base, wide box. Clamp Down rnce STOCK NO. 792A 1967 Thunderbird 4 DQOR LANDAU looded, engine ovtr- houled. damp Down Prie....... 1972 Cortina I 2-DOOR low damp Dawn Price, only SALE HOURS: Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. FORD 1510 Mayor Magrath Drive at 16th Dial 328-8861 ;