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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, S, 1972 THt lETHMIDG! HCTAID _ 27 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED REGISTERED NURSE IS REQUIRED FOR THE 11 P.M.-7 A.M. SHIFT AT THE DANIEL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOUf, SCODEY, MONTANA tna. PHONE 40t.48J.JMl, ASK FOR THE ADMINISTRATOR. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded messsge by Jim Elliot lelli you hi Phone Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-tf SERVICE STATION W .1 ViMh.ll. Apply o 1437-10 HAVE MS.WO TO INVEST FARM, mottl, stoe a whal Have you? Wtl Box 98, Herald. HARDWARE STORE FOR SALE IN Luthbrldgt. Phone M8-7H8, aller 6 p.m. ________ 64 SEWING SERVICES FOR ALL YOUR Phone 328.0317. SEWING NEEDS. 3507-10 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST EIGHT MOUTH OLD S1AM- ese cal, grey and wnlle. Wllh collar. Reward. J2S-K8S. 3483-10 FOR SALE (TOGETHER OR SEP- _ two choir bwuly and bar- be? shoo Good clientele. "IS Dei tat.mnt. nilfr A Rd., Calgary, p.m- ISTRAYEB FOUR BRED hellers branded right shoulder. Northeast erf Raymond. WO tper animal reward. Phone 7H-2058, Raymond. 2774-9 66 PERSONAL EMERY'S BOOKING SERVICE Dance groups lor all occasions. Wed- dings, clubs, elc. phone ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-8049 or 329-3246, cider a.m. RESPONSIBLE MAN IN WANTS contact bachelor In 40 to group fcr companionship. Write 102, Herald. age box 3160-10 TEENS Are YOU living with a problem drinker in your hooio? There is tmderitcnd- fng and help for you Phwe Jean 327-8340, Marilyn 3U-H72; Jane 327- 7Q8fi. 5393-tlh HAVE YOU A COMPLEXION PROB- !cm wilh acne (pimples) or simple boils? Let H yd sol in help you clear I! tip. ElfecHve CHI dry or oily skin. Clear, colored, use day cr night- Many pleased users. Only SI.9.5 one ounce; 13.95 three ounces and Sl.OO for medl- cared soap at Stubb's Pharmacy and all drug stores, Ml EARN MONEY IN SPARE TIME Canadian Company requires men women for excellent oppcrlurlry tn distributorship of high quallly cofrv opwaled vending machines. We cs lahllsh all routes. No selling. Exeellen return for only seven to twelve hours weekly To qualify must have car references, and MOO to cash. In vestment fully secured. Fcr persona rvlew wrlie Including pnwis CANADIAN PERMA-VEND 111? Read, E. WINDSOR 20, Ontario TOURIST ATTRACTION FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT WITH BANQUET ROOMS Good equipment. Completely renoval Ed recently. MENS WEAR BUSINESS IN CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Approximately cash wilt han- dle the deal. LADIES DRESS SHOP WITH STOCK Fixtures and buildings Apply L.S Hendley 34S-353J or Roger Hand ley 34S-45M OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE FUNERALS t _ O______ t DEATHS VELBA Jennie, passed DEATHS 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS K1RBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETK- BRIDGE 3IB-8J42. C37Sl-tl SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate daters, etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 323-ilU. C6W4-U MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER. vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also alt small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob loo large or loo small. LE7HBRIOGE APPLIANCE, SOS 3rd Ave. S.-Ptae 70 GARDENING LLOYD'S NEW machine. Phone 328-2417. 1393-11 FRANK'S ROTOTILLING PROMPT service. Phone away in the city on Wednesday, June 7th, 1972, at the age of 70 years. Mrs. Velba was born in Czechoslovakia on September 14, 1901. She came o Canada in 1927 and to the Ixrthbridge area in December of 1956, where she has resided until the time of her passing. She is survived by three sons, John Motycka of Raymond, Steve Motycka of Calgary, and Frank Velba of Lethbrltlge; four daughters, Mrs. Alois (Mary) Zezulka of Lcthbridge, Mrs. John (Lydia) Brunner of Mngrath, Mrs. Eugene (Rose) Chollack of Lethbridge and Mrs. Al (Jennie) Machacek of Taber; 25 grandchildren; two great grandchildren, and two sisters in Czechoslovakia and Michigan. She was predeceased by her husband, Martin Moty- cka on December 10, 1939, an infant son and daughter in Czechoslovakia, and by her husband, Martin Velba on January 29, 19-17. Requiem mass will be said in Assump- tion Catholic Church on Satur- day, June 10th at a.m., with Father S. R. O'Loughlin Funeral Service. PINTER Passed away in the city on Monday, June 5, vice will be hel 1972 following a lengthy ill- Martin Bros. ness, Mr. John Pinter, at the CHAPEL, 703 age of 42 years, of 1218 3rd Avenue "A" South, beloved son of Mrs. Katherine Pinter of Hungary. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. in Martin Bros. MEMOR-I IAL CHAPEL, with Rev. Fath- er G. Marien officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mount Cal- vary section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North; phone 326-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C2424 DEATH of Foremost. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Saturday in MEM 0 RI AL 13th Street North, followed by interment in the family plot, Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors ofthe C2423 celebrant. Interment follow in the Temple will Hill RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-1116 MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE S7.XW or nee-rest cfter buys business properly In Picture Butte, now operat- ing as cate and rooms. May be Cemetery in Raymond. Pray- ers will be said in the Chris- tensen Chapel (327 10 St. S.) on Friday, June 9th at p.m. OHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Sen-ice. C2421 denllal revenue. Property ov consider Lethbridge home model car In trade. TOPSOIL. PHONE VIC BZDELL, evenings. WILL DO ROTOTILLINC DAYS, EVENINGS AND WEEKE M D 5. PHONE 328-B7W. H77-U WILL CARE FOR LAWNS AND yards tor the month of June. ask for Greenlhumb. 3335-10 TOPSOIL FOR WELL ROT- led manure. Phone Paul Fellger, 328- 1973-1OJ SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LIMITED College Pnone 323-3331 The wildest facility available. We c sider ALL TYPES of morlDag- FOR YOUR INSTANT LAWN Cell Chief Mountain Sod service ar J221-IF NEW LAWNS PUT IN MCLEAN'S TREE FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- ing. Catl 328-207-1. 7030-tf LACOMBE NURSERIES COAL, dale. Phone Closed Sunday. Available now Evergreen trees and shrubs. All pfanls guaranteed. Free delivery to Lelhbrfdge. 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY C2343-10 RENT ROTOTILLERS, AERATORS, SEEDERS, POWER RAKES, LAWN ROLLERS, CHAIN SAWS, HEDGE TRIMMERS AND LAWM ED6ERS AT WARD'S. 325-8775. C1203-1I TREES FOR SALE BLUE SPRUCE, assorted Evergreens and Green Ash. Eight to 15 ft. tall. Our machine plants these trees for you In minutes. Phone 3J7-4172, lor appointment to see these choice Ireei, FOR NEW LAWNS REEDYK LANDSCAPING TOOL RENTALS POWER RAKES ROTOTILLERS CHAIN SAWS HEDGE TRIMMERS ETC. PARSONS HARDWARE HOLIDAY VILLAGE 327-7066 EASY MORTGAGE MONEY FROM ASSOCIATES EASY TO GET. The amount Ts limited only by the equity you have In your home. It could be maybe or more. And there are never any bonuses or brokerage fees to pay- EASY TO TAKE, Because you may be eligible for a special rate of Tnlerest. EASY TO PAY BACK. We can spread the loan over many whfch meant lower monthly payment. II you need cash, call us about a 1st or 2nd Mortgage Loan, rt'a easy money t 101 THIRD AVENUE S. 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED 75 CONTRACTS WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT Double J. 33S-3B70 or 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRESH FRYERS. PAN READY ON dozen tots, cenls per Ib. Free deliv- ery. Also custom killing. H. Dyck, Ccaldale. Phone C33A5-tf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES MONTH OLD SIAMESE CAT Icr sale. Phone 3i5-39J3. 3254-6 AFGHAN PUPPIES, Phone REGISTERED. "BOARD KENNELS" ALL SIZE dcgs. Excellent care. Please book ahead. Phcne 223-8343 Tabcr or write G A. Box 672, 7OK-2GO. REMODELLING HOUSES, S1DE- wnlks, drlvewayj, garages, cupboards and cablnefs. 32a-02i9, afier p-.m- ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, garage, kitchens, rooms, ceramFc til try, Pnone ibfners, Town cr ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 323- RAINBOW PAINTING AND DECOR. atlng Wall paper, and spray- Ing. Free estimates- Phone yiZ-IMt, Sr. of Belle- vue, beloved husband of Helen Olilch passed away in the Colonel Belcher Hospital, Calgary, Tuesday, June 6, 1972, at age 79 years. He was born in Czechoslovakia on October 15, 1892. The late Mr. Olitch came to Canada in J813, settl- ing in Frank, later moving to Bellevue where he resided until 1967 when he entered the hos- pital due to ill health. He serv- ed in the First World War from 1916 to 1919. He was a member of the Bellevue Legion. Besides his wife Helen he is survived by two sons, Charles of Cal- gary and Vines of Hillerest; me daughter, Mrs. M. (Velma) Bring of Blame, Washington, U.S.A.; 10 grandchildren; one great grandchild. Funeral ser- vices will be held in Fantin's Funeral Chapel, Blairmore, Friday, June 9 at 2 p.m., Rev. Bob Smith officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Hillerest Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPFJLS LTD., is in charge. C2422 BLASCO Passed away In Vemon B.C. on Sunday, June 4, 1972, Mr. Stanley Joseph1 Blas- co, at the age of 45 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Donna Blasco of Vernon, B.C. Bora and educated in Lethbridge, the late Mr. Blasco moved to Ver- non in 1960 and has resided there until his passing. Besides his wife, Donna, he is survived by three sons, Terry, Greg., and Todd and two daughters Melody and Susie all at home; his mother, Mrs. Mary Blasco, 2827 lllh Avenue South, Leth- bridge; three sisters, Mrs. R. (Mary) Tlilrion, New Denver, B.C., Mrs. V. A. (Tillie) Jensen and Mrs. G. (Helen) Jensen both of Taner, Alberta; one brother, Mr. George Blasco, Lelhbridge. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at 9 a.m. in Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. South (phone with Rev. Father R. Zuback of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C2425 DIXSON Passed away in Calgary on Wednesday, June 7, 1972, Mr. Lloyd Knappe Dixson. at the age of 74 years, of Bow Island. Born in Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick, the late Mr. Dixson came west to Alberta in 1017 and settled in the Groton area. In the Spring of 1918 he married the former Hilda Rus- sell of Shepody Albert County, New Brunswick; she prede- ceased him in 1937 and he was predeceased by his second wife the former Florence Black in May 1963. He retired from farming and moved to Bow Is- land in 1958. He is survived by two daughters Mrs. H. (Muriel) Lily, Natal, B.C., Mrs. R (Georgia) Eaird of Vancouver; four sons, Messrs. Russell Dix son, Foremost, Gordon Dixson Claresholm, Ronald D i xson Cleveland, Ohio, Chester Dix son, Saskatoon; 26 grandchi! dren, two great grandchil dren; four stepsons, Messrs Bill and Sid Black of Foremost Cliff Black, Medicine Hat, Rob ert Black, Edmonton; one step FUNERAL HANSEN Funeral seivices vere held for Dr. Gerald Dean lanscn of Lawrence, Kansas, died last week at the Red Jeer General Hospital. He was 1 years of age. Dr. Hansen ,'as born in Lethbridge, Nc- ember 4, 1940, where he re- vived his education. He was a member of the Lethbridge Ju- lior Band for five years. He at- ended the University of Cal- gary and received his bachelor Df economics degree and taughl n several points in Canada anc he United States. He received lis doctorate of economics de- ;ree at Lawrence University jawrence, Kansas, U.S.A. Ho is survived by his wife, Betty of Lawrence; a son, Steven sister Mrs of Sudbury Oiil.j and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hansen of Deer. He was predeceased by _ brother, Donald last Decem Der 1, 1371. Funeral service were held at the Eventide Fu neral Chapel, Red Deer, Mon day, June 5 at 1 p.m with Rev. Edward Oldring elating. Burial followed in Alto Resle Memorial Gardens. Pall bearers Richard Sharp, Ro Parry, John Francis, Jame Sharp, William Parry, Lav, rence Greif. Eventide Funera at home; a Beverlv Greif Chapels of lied Deer, in charg of arrangements. Donations in daughter, Mrs. Bernice Voeler tion. 'ited to the Diabetic Associa 348 FUNERALS Skelton, Sam Best, Gordon Marshall, George Castles and Arlhur Hunt. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was In charge ot the arrangements. VRY Funeral service for Abraham Vry, who died in the city Sunday, June 4, 1972, alter a brief illness at the age of 87 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday in Martin Bros. Tra- ditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., wilh Rev. L. Mulder officiat- ing. Pallbearers were A. Slomp R. Feenstra, L. AUemckinders, H. Barthel, S, Nieuwenhuis and J. Aben. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS GLENDINN1NG In loving memory of a dear son, brother and uncle, Wilfred who passed away June 8, 1964. Whatever I do, wherever I go, I will always love and re- member you. sadly missed by his mother who never forgets and by his sister Lilian, her family and friends in Eng- land. 3424 ERICKSON In loving mem- ory of Bonnie-Lou Erickson, who passed away June 8, 1952. Those we love go out of sight But never out of mind, For they are cherished in the hearts Of those they left behind. remembered b y mom, dad and Gale. 3020 GAR.EAU Requiem mass or Wilfred Gareau, who died in he city Sunday, June 4, 1972, after a short illness at the ago of 82 years, was said at a.m. Wednesday in St. Pa- trick's Roman Catholic Church wiih Rev. M. Gillis, OMI, the celebrant. Pallbearers w e r o Francis Sorge, Arnel, Keith and James Joevenazzo, Rus sell Todd and Robert Gareau. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. CARDS OF THANKS SCOTT Thanks to the doc- tors and nurses of Lcthbridge Municipal Hospital; friends, re- latives and to all who sent flowers, donations and cards, and who helped in any way during our recent bereave- ment. A special thank you to Rev. R. W. K. Elliott. Doris Scott and family. 348-1 ROLLAG, Mr. Otto Dear relatives and friends, a very precious possession, please ac cept our thanks for your many kindnesses, words can not ex press how much it meant to us Thanks to our Pastor and the doctors and nurses for their kindness. Pauline RoUag an family. 3422 CASTLES Funeral service for Mrs. Eda Castles, beloved wife of the late Mr. Charles Castles who died in the city Wednesday, May 31, 1972, at the age of 89 years, was held at p.m. Friday, June 2, 1972, in Martin Bros. Tradition- al Chapel with Rev. Keith Churchill officiating. Pallbear- ers were Dr. Syd Slen, William IN MEMORIAM MAROSEVICH In lovin_ memory of a dear husbanr. fattier and grandfather, Mat Marosevich, who passed awa June 8, 1963. Quietly remembered every day, Sadly missed along He's way Just as he was be will alway be, Treasured and loved ta our memory. remembered by n family. 342T ROOT In loving memory a dear nephew and cousin, [onty Wayne, who passed away unc 8, 1971. Our hearts still ache with sorrow And secret tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you, Monty, No one will ever know. Each time we sec your photo, You seem to smite and say, "Please don't cry, I'm only sleeping, We'll meet Egain some day." remembered b y Shirley, Joeline, Jody and Todd. 3441 ROOT In loving memory of Monty Hoot, who passed away June 8, 1971, at the age of 16. Somewhere beyond the sunset Where loveliness never dies, He dwells in a beautiful gar- den, the blue and gold cf the skies. We who have known and lov- ed him Whose parting brought great pain Will treasure his memory for- ever Until we meet again. rememberd b y Aunt June, Cousins Sandra and Scott, Beverly and Robbie. 3423-10 SIMPSONS-SEARS Over600-lb. freezer capacity for this low price! PUBLIC NOTICES GUARANTEED WORKMAN S HIP PHONE 32B-79QS. 2637-tf GARAGE BUILDING. CEMENT vork and stuccoing. Andersr TREE SIAMESE CAT BEAUTIFUL markings. Gcod with children. 3J3--MWO. THREE BEAUTIFUL HALF SIAMESE ViUens. House (rained, clean. Coal btack and stripe labbv. Phone only Thursday, Friday, Monday, June a, 9 and U, between 5 and 6 p.m. only, KS-W1S, ONE NINE MONTH OLD GREAT Dane, mare. One small female nuahua Terrkr, M8-7W2. 3420-10 POR SALE POODLE MALTESE Cross puppy. Phone 345-4540, sfler 6 P.m. 3XXHO HEEDED HOMES FOR FOUR SIA- mese Manx Tabby Hous< Trained. Eight wettti old. Phone 318- B715. 3331-9 BLACK MALE LABRADOR WANTS good home- Phone attar p.m., 377- 5319. 3242-10 ONE THREE YEAR OLD FEMALE Soxer. Phone W7-39iO, 7 a.m., Milk River. 3JW-13 SHELTIES Registered champion sired mrntature collie puppies. Males, 175. Ready June 9th. I-716-S43Q, Calgary, 339M ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, rcifing specializing In chimneys, hrick, cement blocks, cement finishing, stoc- cjng, fireplaces, houit raising. J36- C224l-lf FRED STEINER CEMEHT WORK. old basemer-ts. dug, proofing, in- sured, frea estimates. 317-8284. AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaction equip- ment. ConcretD equrpment. Corral leaning. Phone 329 2nd Ave. S. C6W-tf FREE ESTIMATES ON KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, VANITIES AND CHI- NA CABINETS. BORGE RAVEN, 377- FENCES, SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, driveways, cupboards, fram- ing, finishing and form work. Free es- timates. Guaranteed workmanship. No lob too small. Phone KS-W67 or 3J5_ 1374-11 NOTICE y wife having leff my bed trxJ _._rtf, I will longer be responsible for any Incurred by her. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE RESOLUTION NO. 311 RESOLVED lhal the Village of Cotms apply to Ihe Provincial Planning Beard for an order to dispose of the reserve on Block "R" Plan M E.G. and Block "P" Plan 34 E.G. A Public Hearing will held In Ine Coutrs civic Centre on Juni 2Ist, II p.m. JM DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS Order No. 701-UQ1-G04 Six Cfass- room School, Blood Indian Reserve, DisMcl, SfandofJ, Al- berta, hntfex No. Sealed Tenders, marXed ai 1o con- lent, addressed 1o Regional Engineer, Depl. Indian Affairs fr Northern De- 271 h CM Tower, Ed- monton, Alta. T5J OKI, will be re- ceived up to P.M. (M-D.TO June 29, 1973. Tender documents can oblafned by General only or deposit of S100.00 1n the form of a CERTIFIED CHEQUE payable to THE RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA, from Region- al Dept, Indian and Ncrlhern Development, 27Jh Floor, CN Tower, Edmonton and OKfrlct Super- visor, DItlrlct, D-epf. r.A.N.D., 30i Federal Bulidfng, Leth- bridge, Alta., TIJ OHO., Examined, Edmonton Construction As- sociation, T0415 Printer Elizabeth Ave., Edmonton, Alberta. Calgary Con- struction Assoclatfon, S1h N.W., Calgary, Alberra, Construction Aisoclatlon, 1321 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alberta. Lowest or any tender not sarEly accepted. L. R. Clark, P. Eng., Regknil Engineer. 17.9cu.ftColdspot chest freezer Charge it on your all-purpose account Big, 625-lb. freezer capacity Adjustable cold control Easy-reach, vinyl basket and divider Interior floodlight Counter-balanced lid frees bofli bands Gleaming White acrylic finish Built-in, protective lock and keys 14 cu. ft, Coldspot (495-lb. cap.) 22 cu. ft, Coldspot (2 baskets) 11.7 cu. ft Coldspot Spacesaver freezer NOW Compact Meanrei only deep 402-Ib. capacity No-sag foam insulation Power interruption light Easy-ckan foodliner bottom 2 vinyl bariatt. 1 divider Counter-balanced lid Built in lock and We service what jve sell, coast-to-coast Quality Costs No More At Simpsons-Sears HOURE: Dally a.m. t. p.m. Thuriday and Friday 9 o.m. t. p.m. Orlr. Tel.phoni S28-9Z31 ;