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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 - tHE lETHBRIDGS HERAID _ fuesday, June 23. 1970 70 GARDENING 'REE TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING "Hh large yellow rototllle'-, plowing ^n'D TREE SURGEON - CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-JM4. 5739-tf GARDEN ROTOTILLING stv lawns put In. Prompt service, '9�3onable rates. 327-7441. 9393-tf MALF TON WILL TRAVEL. ODD 'obs. Phone 327-2438 or 327-7398. 3026-tt STEVE'S GENERAL TRUCKING \M pleted. ChrLstensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., .Directors of Funeral Service. Ca788 DEATHS IB! RANN.-\RD - Passed away suddenly in the city on Monday, Jime 22, 1970. ITreilriclt, George aged 78 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Riibv Rm-nard of 619 loth Street South, Lethbridge. Born in Liverpool, England in 1891, the late Mi-. Rannard came to Canada in 1907. to Lethbridge j where he was employed with ' the Canadian Pacific Raib'oad from 1908 until 1956. fa 1915 he joinetl the Canadian Army and served overseas as a signler in the 39th Battery reluming in March of 1919. He was a mem-bei- of the Lethbridge Masonic Lodge No. 39. Besides his loving ^vife he is aLso survived NlSHl �-- Passed _awa\^ at | by one son Fred of Vancouver, LUSH ~ Passed away in the city on Tuesday, June 23, 1970, Thomas, aged 83 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Agnes Lush of 14a5 10 Ave. South, Lethbridge. Funeral aixangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bi-os. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Senice C8792 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES GERBILS FOR SALE - CLEAN Ddorless p�ts. Phone 327-0353. 3.190-25 REGISTERED POMERANIAN PUP-oy. Phone 327-9073. 3469-24 SIAMESE KITTENS. ONE SMALL Dup, Phone 328-1058. 3451-27 PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS. FULL grown, males and females, also pups. 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Call after 5 p.m. 328-3423. 3295-17Jy REGISTERED HAVARACK ENGLISH Setters. Whelped Mar. I, U.S. national champ bloodlines. Barker's, 2904 9fh Ave. N., Great Falls, Mont., U.S.A. 3452-24 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS CHINCHILLAS AND EQUIPMENT FOR '*al�. Phone 328.7692, after 6 p.m. 3220-23 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES GAS STATION AND CONFECTION-iry. Over 100,000 gal. pump sales. Highway Three, Chin, Alfa. Inquire at itors. 3258-24 GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR FAMILY or man and wife to take over mechanic shop and cafe. Man must l>e licensed tractor mechanic with tools and equipment. Houses available. Phone Ted �Judd, 222-3777, evenings 222-3921, A/renthsm, Alberta. C8678-23 ;J0 YOU WANT TO 8E THE BOSS -You can be the top-man In your own business; you can build rapidly to ex-�ell�nt income, family security, early retirement. You need som� sales ex-ntrltncs. Phons 338-1987. 351S-23 SPARE TIME INCOME Ste^illlng and collecting money from NEW TYPE high-quality coin-operated dispensers In your area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, J600 fo 12,900 cash. Seven fo nvelve hours weekly can net excellent monthly Income. More full time. For personal Interview write CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, 160 Bay St., Suite 205, Toronto I, Ontario. Include phone number. 3385-23 SPARE TIME INCOME Retllllnp and collecting money from NEW TYPE high-quality coin-operated dispensers In your area. No selling. To quality you must have car, references, S600 to *2,900 cash. Seven to twelve hour* weekly can net excellent monthly Income. More full time. For personal Interview write CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, 160 Bay St.-, Suite JOS, Toronto 1, Ontario. Include ghon* number. 3453-24 74 LOANS & INVESTMENTS Bow Island on Saturday. June 20. 1970, Bonnie Masako, beloved infant daughter of Mi", and Mrs. Saburo Nishi of Bow-Island. Combined funeral and Wake service will be conducted from the Tabei- Buddiiist Church on Tuesday (tonight) June 23 at 7:30 p.m., with Rev. S. Kosaka officiating. Liternient will follow in the Bow Island Ceme-tei7 on Wednesday, June 24 at 3:00 p.m. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, in charge of arrangements. t:8782 CHISTE - Passed away at Medicine Hat on Saturday, June 20, 1970, Maria, of Taber, at the age of 87 years. Prayers will be said In St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber of Tuesday (toniglit) Jime 23 at 8:00 Funeral services will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church in Taber on Wednesday, June 24 at 11:00 a.m., with Rev. Fatlier Bm-ke Hoschka celebrant. Interment will follow in tljt Taber Memorial Garden. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Clearview Lodge, Taber, appreciated: Humphries Funeral Home. Taber, in charge of arrangements. C8783 LHTLE MAN ~- WiUiara, passed away in Cardston on Friday, June 19, 1970. at the age of 37 j-ears. beloved son of Mrs. Mary Little Man of the Blood Reserve. Funeral services will be held in tlie Sl. Catherine's Catholic Church at Standoff on Wednesday. June 2'1, 1970 at 10 a.m., with Rev. Fathesr Joseph Joly as celebrant. Interment wUI foUow in the Standoff Cemetery. Wake will be held at the .home on Tuesday, Jtme 23 fi-om 7 p.m. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. OfTSS B.C.: four grandchildren; one sister Mrs. Marion Skelton and two brothers Robert and Bei-t all of Lethbridge; and one brother-in-law, Trevor Allen of London, England. Tlie funeral service will be held on Wednesday, June 24th at 2:00 p.m. in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. South, with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. .Interment will follow ui Mountain View Cemeteij, Those wIm wsh may pay their last re.spects at Martin" Bros. Chapel 812 3rd Ave. Sotith. Phone 328-2361. Courtesy parking at rear of chapel. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu-nei-al Service. C8793 ALLEN - Elaine, passed away in the city on Monday, June 22. 1970, at the age of 34 yeai-s. Slie is survived by her husband Kenneth Allen ajid her mother Mrs. Margaret Dcdd of 1206 7 St. N*.; two brothers Harry and Jack Dodd of Lethbridge: foiu- sisters, Mrs. Stephen (Dorothy) Voytko and Mrs. Joe (Peggy) Lorencz of Lethbridge, Mrs. Spencer (Helene) Kemiy of Olds, Mrs. Adrian (Eleanor) Catloni of Edmonton. She was predeceased by her father in 1964. Funeral services �i.ll held ui the Cliristensen Chapel on Thursday. June 25, 1970 at. 1 p.m., with Rev, A. T. King officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Ceme-ten'. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Dii-ectors of Funeral Sen,'ic?. C8786 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C8755-27h 75 CONTRACTS CEMENT DRIVES AND WALKS. RE-modelling, and rumpus rooms. Phone 345-4684. 3207-tf PAINTING AND DECORATING. TOWN or country. Reasonable rates. Phone 328-4173. 3208-23 CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd |obs. Phone 327-6834. 847-tf WEEPING TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations. Phone J. and J. Custom Works, 345.4630, 328-3870. 3318.ft WILL DO DRIVEWAYS, CEMENT work, odd jobs. Phone 327-2438 or 327-7398. 2971-If KUMPUS ROOMS, CEMENT DRIVES and walks, fence repairs. Phone 345-4684. 2085-23J GENERAL CONTRACTING - BASE-ment forming, framing, concrete work, remodelling and finishing. Phone 32S-'i951 328-6537, 3i68-15Jy JONES - Amy, passed away in the city on Ftiday, June 19, 1970, at the age of 73 years. Came to southern Alberta in 1902 with her parents, living in Raymond and Cardston for a time and then moved to Coal-dale for a number of years before moving to Lethbridge, where she was living at the time of her passing. She leaves to mourn her passing two sisters, Mi's. Evaline Hydechuk and Mrs. William (Hattie) Doram both of Lethbridge: two brothers, Mr. William Jones of Drayton Valley and Mr. Cyril Jones of Saskatoon, Sask. Funeral sei-vices will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Wednesday, June 24 at 2 p.m., with Elder Don Selk conducting. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. Cliristensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di-i-ectors of Funeral Service. C8790 HOPPER ~ Florence Falls (Fletcher), passed away in JEd-montxjn on Saturday, .Jime 20, 1970, at the age of 77 years. Slie leaves to moui'n her passing, two soas, Andrew W., Warner and Calvin M.. Edmonton; two daughters, Mrs. W. W. (Evelyn) Sniith, Calgary and Mrs. I. L. (LoiTaine) Cypert, Oklalioma City, Oklahoma; ten grandchildren and one greatgrandchild as well as four sis-tei's, Mrs. George (Aimie) Robinson and Mrs. E. V. (Ethel) Spackman of Lethbridge, Mrs. Minnie Lee Brown of Calif, and Mrs. Maiiin (Elsie) Graham of Calgary. Funeral services will be held in the 10 Ave. LDS Chapel on Thursday, June 25 at 12:30 p.m., with Bishop Theron Somnierfeldt officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in Magrath. Those who wish to view tlie remains may do so at tlie fimeral home prior to departure for the funeral. Chris tensen Salmon Ftmeral Home Ltd., Dii'ectors of Funeral Service. 0)789 BOW ISLAND TURF FARM INSTANT lAWN PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC MEETING *ii-654J Sow Island J386-24 WE HAVE A BACKHOE TO DIG: Driveways, basements, move trees - *lll pave drivev/ays. We also haul gravel and top soil Phone 327-1413 oefore i p.m , 327-3347 after 5 p.m. C8307-24J VAX RYN - Passed away suddenly in Calgary on Sunday. June 21, 1970, CameUs Gerar-dus Franciscus, aged 26 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Evelyn L. Van Ryii of Calgary. Born in Holland in 1943, the late Mr. Van Ryn came to l^ethljridge in April oi 1953, and was educated in southeni Alberta At the time of his pas.s-ing he was a resident of Calgary. Besides his lovmg wife, E\elyn. he is siu'vived by two daughtei-s, Nicki Lee and Jackie Lynne, botJi at home; his mother, .Vlns. Jacoba Van DEATHS BYA.\T - Kemieth, passed away in the city on Monday, June 22, 1970, at the age of 63 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Dorothy Byam of 715 6 St. S. Funeral services will be held in tlie Christensen Chapel on Thujsday, June 25. 1970 at 3 p.m., witli Bishop C. Ronald Watmough officiating. Interment mil follow in the Airh-mount Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the diabetic or heart fimds. Chi-istensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C�7T!7 BORGE RAVEN - 1359 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re-modelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C63l9-tf = red STEINER - cement work, old basements dug water prooflny. Injured, free estimates. Phone 327-3286. _ c36�1-lf ALUMINUM SCrIeN AND*"sTORM A.'INDO,VS AND DOOR.S. FREE eSTI-WATES. JONEb ROOFING. 328-57.15. c6733-tf All Lease holders in the Waterlon Park. There v;lll be a meeting for the purpose of electing a nev/ Advisory Council on June 22nd, 1970, at 't p.m., - -- in the dining room of the Kootenai ; Ryn of Coaldale. foUr SlSterS, Mrs. G. (Martha) Hepner and Mrs, P. 'Maria 1 Zevenlioven, Ixjth in Holland; Mrs. J (Barbara) Bylenieer of Skiff and Mrs. B. iCliazina) Roberts of Fort Macleod; eleven l^rothei-s. Lodge 'WALLACE SLOAM. Chalrrner the Advisorv Counrii J 6? �'jAragf building, c e m e n t work and stuccoing. Arrderson and iorenson Construction. 1020 7'h Ave, ). Phone 327-6682. CnH-H fENCE POST HOLfS DUO AN/-�a'here in the nty Phonp After 6 p m i27-4036, ?9II-24 vauvhaii-t �-Dii5senc,e' iVis Rudy. Andy and Jacky all of j the Texaco Exploration Co. for  WAV lONCRETF DRIVFWAVS, PATIOS, i^dewdlfcs. Prompt service. Reasonable '3f�s. Phone 328-/90S, J237-2-5J PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertiier^ should read fheir adver Nsemenfi, the FIRST DAY ii AP-PEARS and REPORT HRRORi in Time 'rf 'he ne^'t insertion Fne -ethbridge Herald i-j responsible for t-nly {i� first Incorrect insertion. FOR SALE BY TENDER Th� Tiber School Division No 6 has for taU by sealed tender, tor school buses as follow.: At Taber T 72possencjef Iv5� IHC At Taber-1 iS-pass,�nqer l'?5J GVC At � GMC Al tncniin' Chev, These our,os .vHi of. j-ieo hi 'he Oiv Ision's iieet to tune 30th 1970, ,ind *iil be available lor pick up on Ju'y 6in All four vehif.lcs are beino sold or -t.s is, //here is basi', but deloiK of 'e-pairs can be obtained fron^ the transportation super/isor Mr Park, at ?73-2055. Successful rj'dders ^, ni he noli'i^ri u," telephone on the ,3f'ernoon of iuiv ifn and will be rf-guirp-j t- o-,ake full p,iy-ment In cash .vifhin fen days of ff^at date Sealed tend'jr,^ /,ii t,e fecceo up to 1:00 p.m. July fj'f' The highest offer or any offer not 'lecessariiy accepted. Direct a MARKED envelope to Taber School Division No 6, Bov 1239 Taber, Alber*e. j67 Peter of Calgai-y: George j^i Vancouver, Tom and Paul of PERRY - Passed away in the city on Sunday, June '21. mo, following a lengtliy illness, Albert Percy, aged 80 years of tlie city, beloved husband of the late Mrs. EU^abeth Ann Perry. Born m Stafford-slure, England, the late Mr. Pen-y came to the Grassy Lake area in 1907, and aftei' moving to Lethbridge in 1909, he became the well known owner operator of the Jersey Dairy from 1934 to 1946. Following liis retirement in the middle 1950's the late Mr. Perry continued to reside in the city. A past member of the Sons of England, he was also at one time a very active member of the Social Oi-edit association. P r e d e-ceased by his wife, two sisters, and one brother, he is sur\nved by one son Harold (Wilf) of Stoughton, Sask., and two grandcliildren. Tlie funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. in the Soutliside Clmpel. 812 3rd Ave. .Soutli, with Mr. William Blacker officiating. Please note: coiu'tesy parking at rear of chapel. Interment wiU follow in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at 812 3rd Ave. South. Phone 328-2361. Martin Bros. hUi., .Directors of Fvmer-al Service. CB797 KORTH - Passed away in the city on Sunday, June 21, 1970, following a lengtliy illness, Grace Maude, aged 79 years, of 911 6 St. South, beloved w i f e of the late Mr. John James KorUi. Born in Foston, Minnesota, the late Mrs. Korth came to Cudworth, Sask. in 1903, moving to De Wmton in 1919. She also resided at Woodhouse, Orion, Lundbreck and Foremost before retiring to Lethbridge in 1949. Slie was a member of the Catholic Women's League. Sur-vivoi-s include three sons; Hen-xy N. and Francis R. of I^etii-bridge, James P. of Calgary; five daughters; Mrs. F. (Elizabeth) Wesley, Mrs. K. (Kay) Aver}', Miss Ethel Korth, Miss Margaret Korth, all of Lethbridge and Mrs. B.. (Leona) Mueller of Warner; fifteen gr'andcteldren; six great-grandchildren; one sister Mrs. W. J. (Ethel) Williams of Duncan, B.C.; and one brother Mr. Gaviii of Calgary. Requiem Mass wUI be celebrated on Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. m St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father M. H. GiUis OMI Celebrant. Interment mil follow in the family plot ui St. Patrick's Cemeteiy. P r a y ers wiU be said on Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. in St. Pati-ick's Church. Those who ivish maj' pay their respects at Martin Bros. Clia-pel, 812 3rd Avenue South. Phone 32B-3261. Martin Bros. Ltd. Dii-ectors of Funeral Service. C8793 DEATHS CHAPPELL - Passed away in the city on Sunday, June 21, 1970, fcllovnng a brief Uiiiess, Scplua Ijouise. aged 91 years, formerly ui 938 3tb SI. S.. beloved wife of the late Mr. Stan-ley L. Clrappell. Bom in Pickering, Ontario in 1879. the late Mrs Chappell moved to central Albea-ta in 1901 aaid later on in August 1903 married Mr. Stanley Lloyd CbappeU in Mee defrared to Decern lier 31, 1970. ,$600 per month for five years. Tlie .sale of a lot to Frank and Elinor Schrier was granted. Bill Wright asked permission to build a retaining wall on his propei-ty. Coiindllor Pete Morrison tendered his resignation, effective June 30. Tliis was accepted with regret and a hearty vote of thanks was given to him in appreciation of the good work he had done. Councillor Morrison is moving to Ponoka, having been transferred to the Rimby Gas Plant. Daily Head Fiuieral Held CALGARY (CP) - Funeral services were- held Monday for MelviUe W. Baker, president of Pahn Dairies Ltd., who died Wednesday at the age of 64. Bom In Napinka, Man., Mr. Baker joined Palm Dairies in 1931 in Saskatoon, then worked in Moose Jaw, Sudbury, Winnipeg, Edmonton and Calgary. He was appointed president in 1968. Mr. Baker was named a member of the Canadian Dain' Advisory Committee in 1963 and was a director of Uie National Daii7 Council of Canada for 16 years. He is sui-vived by his wife, Gladys, a son and a sister. RECOGNIZES COUNTRY COLOMBO (AP) - Implementing an election pledge, the Ceylonese goveniment of Sin- ________ . mavo Bandaranaike has for-; the commit lee for the Leth Traefe, Field Test Set At Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) - Leth-bridge County 26 summer games track and field open chympionship.s will be held a^ 9:30 p.m, Saturday, July 4, at the Kale Andrews High Sdiool. It is open to those residing in the county who have not won provincial or higher track and field championships witlna tfaa past two years; competitors not attending school and students within the county wiio did not compete in the June 6 Lethbridge County track and field moel: or in the elmiinations) leading up to that event. Information and entry forms are available at the north ooun-ty recreation office in Picture Butte, phone 732-4774 or ttte southern oauntiy rea-eation office in Coaldale, phone 345-3746. June 27 is the return deadline tor comple.ted enliy forms. W. D. Geldert is chairman o) Conmiodore Collui.s now is | nially recognized East Gennany , bridge Cnunl^� .summer game; director-general of .supply for j as from June Ji5, said a conmni-! track and field chanipionshin? I nique Issued Monday, the forces. I meet Rail Link Opposed his nioUier and a brother. He | vice, was in charge of the ai--i cpARwnnn .ut^k; a. ridge who regular meeting of the board ot trade support was given to a resolution from the Revelstoke Chamber ot Commerce opposing the application of the Great Nortliern and Kootenav and Klk the 22 years, Mr, Watmough was very interested in ! dfiv. Juno 22. i;i7ii. died in Ilk' city Friday. June! ,lfi. liiro. ill tlw age of 71 jSpanvj-od'area.' yi';i,i-s. ua.s luicl al 11 a.m. Moii-  The resohilion is as follows; in the St. of the ele- with H.m, Clifford tlie cele-menlaiy school program com-1 brnnt. Honorary pallbearers mission. 1965 - 1967 and was i were Nick and .lolin Dagnone. Roin,-iii Catholic (.liurch. Coal-! president ol the Calgary Ktiiilio L.-i France.sco, Mike Vir-(laic, whU Rev. Father M, Clif- Parent Teacher Council until giiiillo. ,Vlck Bianchi and Emil ! Bank forrl c('l..-�� i Raihvay for a rail link into the j tlie Brif:ish Columbia govern-' grounri.s whic)) are now flood- , ---------j ------ ^^l^g necessa.17 steps J �!. The letler rweived waji lo ensure all future coal con-: fram llie gairie and wildhfe grounds f.or fish in a major-stream tribuiary to the Arrow Lakes which were flooded by the Hugh Keenlyside Dam. The new grounds would compensate in part for spawning Great Northern and Koot-ena,\| and Elk R.ailway to construct a branch Uno into British Columbia for the ]5u:i-p3se of sliipping Kaiser coal to R.oberls lads from this area are made uith companies hauling via tlie all � Canadian route Members of the board of trade felt thai It would be in brunch to info r rn llie boaixt thv an economic study is under wn}' to see what can be done. Concern was expressed over the long-run interest of Cana- , the lacti cif picnic and camping United .Stales rails i dians to have an alternrite rait i grounds in the immediate area. ! ARflCLFS ro at: TURrtfD INTO HARD Cfl5H I THROUGH hf.RALD CLASSIFIED AD% 'alvary sec-, Services condiiclecl by the Rev.  were George VirgiiiiUi. Douglas tion of MounUiin View Ceme ; Dr. R. B. Tillman Wednesday, j Campbell. Tony Viani, Jolm (.m. Pravers uill be .said on .1:.'10 p.m. at The Hillside Chap-1 Krsa. Nick Dagcone and Tony Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in .St. el '17th Ave. at I6th A St. S.W'. | Virginillo. Interment was in the Ambrose Church. Those who Calgary). Cy Foster � Gooder I Moiuit Calvary section of Moun-wisl, may pay their respects at Funeral Service. Cremation. In i tain View Cemetery Chrislen-Martin Bras Chapel, 812 3rd lieu of flowers, friends may, if sen .Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., A\'e. S, Phone :!28-236], Mar- they wish, make a donation lo j Directors of Funeral .Service., tin Brns Ltd , Dire<-tors of Fu- the Alberta Heart Foundation | was in chjirgp of the a.n-ange neral Service,, C8795 XI679! ment-s. represents a threat to the fu- i link to Roberts Bank with 1 n ture development of many com-munkies ser\-ed by the Canadian Pacific Railway bet�'een the Kootenay and Roberts Bank, B.C.; "Whereas most of tiie Cana- Canada Word was received by the board that govei-nnient action is being taken in regard to a bypass for fish on the Inonak-lin River on Arrow Lakes. The dian jobs which would be lost if' rcsolutian by tlie lYail Wildlife this application were granted A.ssociatiori 'called for the con-are within an area ah-eady des- i struction of a by^:)ass at falls ignated as one of slow growth; iat tiie mouth ot the Inonaklin The secretar\, Mrs. Tniant, was asked to write to the ooun-cil of the District of Sparwood to enquire al)out further developments of plans tor such facilities on property owned by die disti-ict at Wilson Creek When the brochure about Sparwood i.s completed. copie.