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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE kETHURIDGR HERALD 70 GARDENING TRIMMING, ROIoriLUNG yellow plow ny mo LirvUiUHiJnn. Phonf "OR NEW I AWNS CONTACT LANDSCAPING. FRCE ESTIMATES. PHONfc Junf. M. 1970 Funeral wrvlco for Dowtliv Blair, who died in the city Monday, June .15, 1970, nt tlie ago of 31 years, was iveld at 10 a.m. Friday, June 19, ]'JTO, )n Hie ChrislcDSt-n Clrapcl with Hev. M. 11. Oillis officialhig. Palllwarci-s were Boh and Al Sinclair, Res Cal-sza, llnyniond Wolfe, Jolm Hack and W. A. XHdillelon. Interment was in Hie Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral 'llome Lid., Directors of Fiineral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. MOII1V1NKUI, Funeral service for Gerlrud Mohwinkel. beloved wife of the late Willielm August jMohwinkel who died in the city Fridav. June 111. at the age of yews, was held at 2 p.m. Monday, June 22, 1970, in the Christensen Chapel, 327 10th St. S., with Rev. Bruce Fields officiating. Pallbearers were Robert Lngler. Alex Didyk. Jim Eicli-orn. Eniti.si. Kloepper, Carl Halm and John Keiiuk. Interment was in the Mount Cal-varv section of Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the WjER81LS FOR SALE CLEAN odorless pets. Phone 327-0323. REGISTERED POMERANIAN PUP-fly. Phone 327-9073. SIAMESE KITTENS. ONE SMALL oup. Phone PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS. FULL mates and females, also pups. !21S 3rd Avfi. A S. Call after j p.m. 322-3-123. Homes By law Okayed FINCHER CREEK (Special) Town council recently approved a mobile homes bylaw. Trailers will be now charged at Uie rate of 15 cents per square foot mth a maximum set at S10. A grant of was made to the Napi Friendship Association to further its work. As expenses were higher than anticipated, the dogcatcher was granted an ndditoina] a month. Permission was also granted Hie IODE to hold a tag day in September. Permission was also grnnted to D. Keenan to sell encyclopedias. The lease for the renting of the court house was signed at SBOO per month for fire years. Tlie sale of a lot to Frank and Elinor Schrier was granted. Bill Wright asked permission Is build a retaining wall on his property. Councillor Pete Morrison tendered his resignation, effective June 30. Tills was accepted with regret and a hearty vote of thanks was given to him ir appreciation cf the good work he tad done. Councillor Morrison Is moving to Ponoka, having been transferred to the Kimby Gas REGISTERED HAVARACK ENGLISH .Setters. Whelped Mar. l, U.S. nallons bloodlines. Barker's, 29C4 ftve f-j., Gr-at Falls, Mont., U.S.A. 72A FUR BEARING CHINCHILLAS AND EQUIPMENT FOR Phone attar 6 p.m. 73 BUSINESS GAS STATION AND Over ICiXOGO rial, nump sales. Highway Three, Alfa. Inquire at -.itors. GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR FAMILY or man and wife lo take over mechanic shop and cafe. Man must bs licensed Toctor mechanic with tools anci equipment. Houses available. Phone Ted ludd, 222-3777, evenings 222-3921, -.Vrenfham, Alberta. SO YOU WANT TO 3E THE BOSS You can be the top-man In your own ousiness; you can build rapidly to income, family security, early retirement. You need sales sy-oerlenM. Phono Passed away in the city on Sunday, June 21. 1970, following a lengthy illness. Grace Maude, aged 79 years, of 911 6 St. South, beloved wife of the late Mr. John James KorLh, Born in Foston, Minnesofa, the late Mrs. Kortii came to Cudworth, Saslj. in 1903, moving to De ffinton in 1919. She also resided at Woodhouse, Orion, Lundbreck and Foremost before retiring to Lethbridge in 1949. She was a member of the Catholic Women's League. Survivors include three sons; Henry N. and Francis R, of Lethbridge, James P. of Calgary; five daughters; .Mrs. F. (Elizabeth) Wesley, Mrs. K. (Kay) Avery, Miss Ethel Korth, Miss Margaret .Korth, all of Leth-bridge and Mrs. H. (Leona) Mueller of Warner: fifteen grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; one sister Mrs. W. J. (Ethel) Williams of Duncan, B.C.; and one brother Mr. Gavin Tyndall of Calgary. Requiem Mass will be celebrated 011 Wednesday at a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father M. H. Gillis OM1 Celebranl. Inlermenl -will follow in the family plot in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Pray ers will be said on Tuesday at p.m. in St. Patrick's Church. Those who wish majr pay their respects at Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Avenue South. Phone 328-3261, Martin B r o s. Ltd. Directors of Funeral Service. C8793 WATMUUGIl Sun d a y, June 21, 1970, Lloyd Bun-ell, beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Walmougli, 3107 Kilkenny Road S.W., Calgary. Mr. Wat-mough was born May 1921 in Lethbridge. Also survived by a daughter, Donna: two sons, Brian and Jamie: his father, Charles of Salt Spring Island. B.C.: a sister Betty. Vancouver and a brother. Ron. Loth-bridge. He was predeceased by his molher and a brother, He attended lu'gh school in Uie Shaughncssy district of Alberta, served in the Armed Forces from 1940 to 1946, serving overseas with the Ulth Field Regiment from Lelh-hridge; and was employed by the Texaco Exploration Co. for the past 22 years. Mr. VYai-mough was very interested in the field of education. He served as a member of the elementary school program commission. 1965 1967 and was president of the C a 1 g a r y Parent Teacher Council until he retired because of ill health-Services conducted by the Hev. Dr. R. B. Tilhnan Wednesday, p.m. at The Hillside Chap. e Ave. at 16th A St. SAV. Cy Faster Gooder Funeral Sen-ice. Cremation, In liou of flowers, friends may, if ti ey wish, make a donation to the Allxsrta Heart Foundation. XI SPARE TIME INCOME st stilling and collecting money irom NEW TYPE high-quality coin-operated dispensers in your area. No aelllno. To qualify you must have car, references, J600 to caah. Seven to hours weekly can net sxcellenl monthly ir.come. More ;ul! time. For oerscnal write CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, 160 3ay St., Suite 205, Toronto 7. Ontario, include phont SPARE TIME INCOME Refilling and collecting money from i-JEW TYPE high-quality coln-ctierated dispensers In your area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, WOO to cash. Seven lo twelve-hours weekly can net excellent monthly income. More full time. For persona! 'interview write CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, 140 Bay St., Suits 205, Toronto 1, Ontario. Include shcfis numbsr, Field Test Set At Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) Leth-bridge County 26 summer games track and field open championships will be held al p.m. Saturday, July -4, at the Kate Andrews High School. It is open to those residing in the county who have not won provincial or higher track and field championships within tfast past two years; competitors not attending school and students within the county who did no? compete in the .Tune 6 Leth. bridge County track and field meet or in the eliminations leading up to that event. Information and entry forms are available at the north county 7-ccreation office in Picture Butle, phone 732-4774 or the southern counlry recreation of-fice in Coalriale, phone 345-3746. June 27 is the return deadline for completed entry forms. D. Geldert is chairman oi the eomniiUoe for the Letli bridge County summer gamei rack and field championshhv mcd. MEMORIAM Head Funeral Held CALGAHY (CP) Funeral services were- held Monday [or Melville Baker, president of Palm Dairies Ltd., who died Wednesday at the age of 64. Bora 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 Dairy Advisory Committee in 1963 and was a director of tlie National Dairy Council of Canada for 16 years. He is survived by his wife, Gladys, a son and a 74 LOANS i of our husband, father and grandfather, Riley W. Larson, who passed away June 28, 1954. Beautiful thoughts cf one so dear. Treasured forever with love sincere; Deep in our hearts your memory is kept. We loved you too deeply lo ever forget. remembered by his wife and family, SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phons 32S-333. Sesldenilal, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest ratss available. First and1 second mortgages. 75 CEMENT DRIVES AND WALKS. RE-modelling, and rumpua rooms. Phone "AlnrifJG AND DECORATING. TOWN or counlry, Reasonable rates. Phone 73. Officer Gels 1SW Post OTTAWA fOPI Commodore D. A. Collins, 50. of Edmonton is to be promoted to rear-admiral in October and appointed diity chief for logistics at Canadian Forces Headquarters, the defence department said today. He will succeed Maj.-Gen. E. D. Armour, 54. of Foam Lake, Sask., who niil relire in October. Commodore Collins now is direclw-gent'raf of supply for the CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd lobs. Phone 327-6834. WEEPING TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations. Phone J. and J. Custom Works, 345-4430, 323-3870. 'WILL DO DRIVEWAYS, CEMENT work, odd Jobs, Phone 327-7438 or 327-7393. 3971 RUMPUS ROOMS, CEMENT DRIVES walks, fence repairs. Phone HYlfK'I'TE A COUNTRY COLOMBO (AP) Implementing an election pledge, the Ceyloncse government of Siri-mavo Piandaranaike has formally recognized East Germany as from June .16, said a communique issued GENERAL CONTRACTING BASE-merit forming, framing, concrete work, remodelling and finishing. Phone 328-J95L 328-4537. for Albert Ai-mand By-helte. who died suddenly in the city Sunday, June 14, .1970, at the age of 28 years, was held at. r, p.m. Friday in tlie Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery with Rev. Gyorkos officiating. Christen-sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral BOW ISLAND TURF FARM INSTANT IAWN Sow Blond MEETING All Leas- holders in the Waterfon Park. There will be a meeting for the purpose of electing a Advisory Council on June ?3nij, 1970, at 'i p.m. in fhe dining room of Koofrne Lodge. 1 SPAR WOOD (HNS) At a regular meeting of (-he board of trade support was given to a resolution from thy Rcvclstoko Chamber of Commerce opposing the application of the Great Northern and Kooteiwy and Elk Railway for rail link into Uw ;irca. The resolution Ls as follows: "Whereas the application by the Great. Noilliern and Kool-enay and Elk Hallway to construct, a branch line into British Columbia for Jhc purpose of shipping Kaiser coal to Roberts Bank via United Stales rails represents a threat to Uiu fu-turt! development of many com muiiUu'.s served by the Canadian T-'aeific Hallway between the ami li o b c r i. s Bank. B.C.; ''Whereas most jf the Canadian jobs which would be lost if thU application were granted i arc 'viUu'n an area already designated as ono slow River lo open new spawning grounds far fish in a major stream tributary to the Arrow Lakes which were flooded by the Hugh Kecnlysidc Dam. The new grounds would compensate in part for spawning grounds which are now flooded. The letter received was from Ibc game and wildlife formch lo i n 1 o r in lire boani th (in economic study is under way lo see what can be done. Concern was expressed over1 the lack of picnic and camping grounds in the imrnwiiate area. The secretary. Mrs. Truant, was to write lo the council of the District of Spanvood o enquire about further developments of plans for such on property owned by tile district at Wilson Creek. When the brochure a h o u Spanvood is completed, copies arc lo be mafic available to .oun.si.s. WE HAVE A BACKHOE TO aravsl and toe soil. Phone 327-3413 5 37T-3347 after 5 p.m. C 6 30 7- 24 J BORGE RAVEN 1319 9th ST, N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling end repairs, Phone 327-3219. was in charge of tlie 3x-rango.mcnt.s. Funeral service (or Sam Giacchctta, beloved husband of Mrs. Elisa Giacchelta of Lelhbridge who dii'd in the citv Fridav. June ,19. 1970, sit the age of 7.1 years, was held at II a.m. Monday. June 22. 1970. in the St. Pa! rick Roman Catholic Church with Hev. Clifford the celebrant. Honorary pallbearers were Nick and .John Dagnone, F.milio La Francesco, Mike Vir-Kinilln. .Vicl< Bianchi and Kmil GiacchHta. Active pallbearers were George V'irginilli. Douglas Campbell, Tony Viani. John Krsa. Nick Dagr.oue and Tony Virginillo. Interment was in the Moinil Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery Christensen Salmon Funeral llon'.e Lfd.. Directors of Funeral Service, was in eh.-irnc of '.be t.lie hauling of the coal by the Canadian route would be at a great economic value not only to communities along this route, but also lo British Columbia and Canada. "Therefore be it resolved that tlie British Columbia government take all necessary steps 10 ensure all future coal contacts from this area are made with companies hauling via the all Canadian route. j Members of the hoard of trade foil thai it would be in Uie long-run interest of Cana- i dians have an alternate rail link to lioberk Bank with i n Canada, Word was received by thu board that government action being taken in regard to a bypass for fish on the Inonak-lin River on Arrow Lakes. The resolution by the Trail Wildlife A.ssocialion called for the construction of a bypass at. falls at Ux! mouth of SALE BY TENDER Thi School Division No, i for by sealed tender, for :-chool buses as follows: At 72-passsnqof !W IHC AI 1 1953 Af 1 GMC At fcriCPtlti! 1 Chov. buses xili ot :netl In flc-lf 'o June 30th. W70, rind -will be avails for picS< up on Ju'y 4ti-i. AM lour vehicles di-e 30'd or Is, is but dclails of repairs can be obtained from fhe Irans-porta'ion '-V. Par-fc, at elJ-3055. or ft-, 5 rittprnioi cf .inly i'h. nit-ni ir of (fare 'July at- or any cHsr r.o! actt-ptt-d. Direct 0 ?nv.jtcpe to School D'visicn No 6, hci- 1I.W AlbarV STEINER CEMENT WORK, duo. -.vater prooflnj. frso PsMrpafss, Phons 327-3286. CJMMf ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM 'WINDOWS AND DOORS." FREE ESTI-VATF-5. JONES ROOF-IMG. 32B-57.15. BUILOING, C E M E N T and stucr.oina. ttnd '020 7'n Ave. 'i. Phon- COS" HOLf-S in city- Pnor.ir AI'V i p.m.. m-i03i. ft. 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