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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Friday, June T, DEATHS FORTH Passed away in the city on Thursday, May 31, 1973, Mr. Thomas Forth at the age of 70 years of the Sub-Division. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C9773 Owen, pass- ed away in Lethbridge on Fri- day, June 1, 1973, at the age of 69 years, beloved brother of Walter B. Brown of Magrath Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU NERAL HOME LTD, Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C9775 passed away in Cardston on Friday, June 1, 1973, at the age of 93 >ears, beloved wife of the late Harden West of Cardston. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD Cardston Directors of Funeral Service C977G CARDS OF THANKS WRIGHT We wish to thank the doctor, nurses and staff of the Cardston Municipal Hospi- tal for the care and kindness extended our dear husband, father and grandfather during his lengthy hospitahzation. Thanks also to friends and rela- tives for the f 1 o w e r s, cards, food, calls and many expres- sions of sjmpathy. Special thanks to Bishop Reed Zemp and the Relief Society for the lunch served. Thank you all. Janet Wiight and family 3558 ASHTOX wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to our relatives and friends for the lovely flow- ers, food donations and phone calls and cards, during our re- cent bereavement. Vivian (Jarvie) Ashton Clara Ashton and family of Calgary and Mrs. C. S. Jarvie and family 3559 IN MEMORIAMS SEARS In loving memory of our dear mother Mary Ann Sears, who passed away June 1, 1968. Times goes on but memories stay As near and dear as yesterday, A day to remember, sad to recall Without farewell she left us all. remembsred by Ermina and Hidie Prouty. 3560-1 I 327-2111 IS THE NUMBER OF THE STUDENT (WANPOWER CENTRE WHERE STUDENTS SHOULD REGISTER FOR EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYERS CAN HIRE STUDENTS. IT'S EASY! JUST CALL 327-2111 FIRST GAMES The Pan American Games were first held in Buenos Aires in 1951. STURM In loving memory of a dear dad and grandfather, who passed away June 1, 1971. So many things have happened Since you were called away, So many thoughts to share with you, Had you been left to stay. We carnot bring the old days back Your hand we cannot touch But we still have our memories Of the one we loved so muc'a remembei ed by Connie, Dick, Brenda, Ken. Calvin Jones 3563 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. THE TORONTO-DOMINION BANK CAREERS IN MANAGEMENT The Toronto-Dominion Bank is seeking individuals with o minimum of Grade 12 education, preferably with some business experience. Applicants must enjoy dealing with people and have a desire to work in a rapidly changing business. We offer an excellent Management Training Program, with annual performance and salary reviews, attrac- tive benefits package, and opportunity for advance- ment based on ability. For further information, please contact. MR. R. A. HUDSON, Assistant Manager, Administration, The Toronto-Dominion Bank, 612 4th Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alta. Phone: 328-1746 JIATCHETT In loving memory of a dear daughter and sister, Linda Ruth, who passed away June 1st, 1971. Time goes on, but memories stay, As near and dear as yesterday, A day to remember, sad to recall, Without farewell you left us all. Still loved, still missed in every way. er remembered and sadly missed by dad, Lorna I Randy, Butch and Tracy Burrows, and Pat and Carol Hamilton and family. 3563 DOUGLAS In loving mem- ory of our dear son Tracy Blair Douglas wlm passed away June 1, 1972. In tears we saw you sinking, watched you fade away, Our hearts were almost broken You fought so hard to stay. God knew that you were suffering That the hills were hard to climb We lived in hope and prayed in vain That God would make you well again But someday He will tell us why He broke our hearts and let you die. loved and remem- bered" by Dad, Mom and Maria. 3520 IN MEMORIAMS STURM In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Edward who passed away June 1, 1971. Time goes on, but memories stay As near and dear as yestaiday, A day to remember, sad to recall Without farewell you left us all loved, still missed in every missed by his wife Pearl and family 3564 DEAL In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Henry Deal, who passed away May 29, 1971 and a dear son "and brother, Alvm, who passed away April 29, 1932 Those love go out of sight, But never out of mind, For they are cherished in the hearts. Of those they left behind v e r remembered and sadly missed by wife and mother Clara and all the family. 3552 DOUGLAS In loving mem- ory of a dear grandson and nephew, Tracy Blair Douglas, who passed away June 1, 1972 The evening stars shine on the grave, Of one we loved but could not save Peacefully sleeping free from pain, God bless jou 'till we meet again. remembered by his grandma and grandpa Anderson and family. 3519 IN MEMORIAMS DOUGLAS In memory of our dear nephew and cousin, Tracy Blair, who passed away June 1, 1972. Days of sadness still come over us Tears of silence often flow. For memory keeps you ever near us Though you left us one year ago. remembered and sadly missed by Aunty Rod, cousins Loren and Carma Jean 3561 DOUGLAS In loving memory of Tracy Blair Doug- Iss who passed away June 1, 1972. They say that time will ease the pain, and help us to forget. But tmi3 so far has only shown, how much we miss you yet. Our hearts still ache with sadnsss and secret tears still flow For what it meant to lose you no one will ever know remembered and sadly missed by Uncle LAim, Aunty Loretta, Trevor. 3517 Deadlier than male MIAMI (Reuter) Despite coaiplainls from women's liber- ation groups, the first 10 hurri- canes this year will be named Alice, Brenda, Christine, Delia Ellen, Fran, Gilda, Helen, Irno- gene and that many de- velop. Only three hurricanes formed last year, but the first, Agnes, killed 122 people. The hurricane season starts June 1 and ends Nov. 30. J. C. NEUFELD ASSOCIATES LTD. Engineering Planning Consultants Sewerage and Waterworks Structural Engineering Reports Design Supervision 309 6th St. S., Lethbridge Phone 328.2066 Royal Trust COMPANY Because of our huge expansion program we require Two Real Estate Sales Consultants We are the largest real estate company in Canada Our record is one sale every 44 minutes in one of our 77 offices across Canada. We trade houses from coast-to-coasf. We have a monthly magazine showing our listings anywhere in Canada. If you are a self starter and want to join a company with better than average benefits Call JACK C. HIGGINS at 328-7761 for an mterview. Quality exterior PITTSBURGH PAINTS at special summer prices: Pittsburgh Paints dealers offer you outstand- ing summer values on a full range of exterior paints. You'll find GOOD Quality for budget jobs at budget prices...BETTER Quality latex or oil base house paints and smooth-flowing enamels in white or the 720 colours in the Custom Colour Collection., and BEST Quality, gleaming white one-coat work-savers. Along with value, you can rely on your Pittsburgh Paints dealer for the right paints, the right advice He'll help you select the correct Pittsburgh product for your job and tell you how to properly apply it so that it will stand up to sun, wind, rain and snow- season after season. Big Summer Values Good Quality Exterior House Paint (Oil only can be tinted......- Exterior Latex House Paint only can be tinted Gallon S5.95 Gallon Better Quality Sun Proof Exle'ior HOJSC Pa -t (3 1 or Lc'ex) Manufacturer s rt'i I S13 45 S9.55 Waterspar All Purpose Enamel Gallon" Manufacturer s sugcested re'iil Sis 45 S11.55 Sun Proof Trim Enamel Manufacturer s suggested retail S 6 20 Best Quality One Coat Wonder White (Oil Base) Manufacturer s suggested rrtrfil pncs-S'4 45 One Coat Sun Proof La'c t Whi'e Manufacturers suggested retail 514 45 Introductory Offer' New Latex Wood Stains Gallon Gallon At participating Pittsburgh Paints dealers See the Yeliow Pages under "Paint-Retail." "May be underfilled for tinting See label for net contents PITTSBURGH PAINTS You'll love them and leave them on for a long time. Zeller's SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS Merchandise On Sole Tonight 6 to 9 p.m. And All Day Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Quantities Limited. LAWN DARTS -6 piece set. -Plastic. -Reg. 3.44 SLEEPING BAGS -36" x -4 Ib. wool fill. closing. EACH 'w 7 RIVIERA AIR MATTRESS -30" x -Reg. SPECIAL CIGARETTES -200 per carton. -Regular and King Size.........SPECIAL ACETATE AND POLYESTER 45" WARP KNIT -Washable. per yard. SPECIAL, YARD 1 JERSEY POLOMIDE -45" wide. -Washable. YARD 1 .96 PILLOWS solid foam. -19" x cover.....EACH 1 .84 PAPER NAPKINS for picnics. 1.75 SPECIAL fiBI for til Ulllf Cl for I SKILLET RESTAURANT EARLY BIRD BREAKFAST -2 Eggs Pieces of Bacon Pieces of Toast -2 Cups of Coffee EACH 57' GIRLS' 3-SPEED BICYCLE -16" Frame -24 x 1% Tires -Reg. SPECIAL 54 TERRARIUM KIT potting toil, charcoal and stones.........EACH 5 .44 DANDELION RAKE -Sturdy 5' handle. -Reg. SPECIAL COOLER CHEST quart capacity. insulated. spout. SPECIAL 8 ,97 BARBECUE -Hooded rotisserie. -Reg. SPECIAL 14 MEN'S GOLF JACKETS and cotton. -Sizei S-M-t-Xt. solid colors. -Reg. SPECIAL 4 MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS -100% cotton. -Short sleeve. -Button front. -Sacs S-M-L-XL Each ill T BURGER Regular Pepsi EACH 59 MR. FREEZE POPS per pack flavors. SPECIAL 4 pkgs. ZELLERS FEMININE NAPKINS per package. -Reg. SPECIAL 1 .17 CHILDREN'S 2-PIECE SHORT SET -Sizes 2 to 3x. -Reg. SPECIAL 2 INFANTS' SQUALL JACKETS -Sites 12 to 24 Qfi months. "W I. SPECIAL 1 CHILDREN'S NYLON SHORT SETS -Top mock neck. gd QJI -Short sleeves. -Sizes 4 to 6x. EACH 1 BOYS' JEANS -Sizes 8 to 16. -Assorted styles. -Machine washable. -Reg. SPECIAL CHILDREN'S VINYL SANDALS -Sizes 4 to 12. -Brown only......PAIR LADIES' COTTON SHIFT GOWNS -Assorted colors. -Sizes S-M-L. -Reg. SPECIAL 9 1 MISSES' DRESS CLEARANCE -Dress and pant suits. -Assorted styles C and colors. -Sizes 10 to 16. to 100% ACRYLIC 1UII1. 5 LADIES' PANTY HOSE -One size. -Fashion colors. pair IV 3 MISSES' BLAZERS plaids. -Sizes 10 to 16. EACH CARDIGAN SWEATERS 100% acrylic. Sizes S-M-L. Button front.....EACH KNIT TOPS 100% nylon knit. 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