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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta n BUSINESS OF MEMORIAMS 1 jbtall Carai (Jf Jhanhi BIRTHS PERRY Gciald and Birthc welcome Christopher Karl, bom June 22. n, CARD OF THANKS HARDER Our grateful thanks to each and everyone tor the great assistance and comfort given us in our bcr-reavemcnt. Thank you to Reverend R. Elliott, to all Mickey's school mates and school staff. To the affiliates and members of No. 2296 Army Cadet Corps, our heartfelt thanks for their honorable farewell to their fellow cadet, Mike, our beloved son and brother. 1 Harder family. WEILS DRILLED. CONTACT Allen Bros., 6J3-3I83, Cardston. We wish to thank all the people ot Lethbridge and vicinity who helped to make the last days of the late Vclma Shaw more comfortable and happy. Thank you to the doctors and nurses of the Municipal Hospital who were so understanding and consoling. To all the friends who sent cards, gifts, flowers, and called to make her days more enjoyable both at home and in hospital. Thanks again, to those, who at the lime of her passing gave of their time, effort and sympathy in the form of cards, food, personal calls and floral expressions. Thanks to Rev. Jim Chapman, who spoke in such worthwhile and consoling words to the 'amily and friends, and to the pallbearers from Lethbridge and Vulcan, who so willingly responded when contacted, t special thank you to Frank and Evelyn Johnson who so ably handled friends of the famil in their home, and many thank to those friends who so capabl handled the lunch in the John ston home. For all kindnesse by the Lethbridge and Vulca people we say a humble thanks Your expressions of sympaih will always be remembered. and Viola Metsinge and the family of Velm S'iiRW. In loving mcm-ry of a dear wife, molher and randmother, Norma Annie, ho passed away June 29, 19G9, Forget you mom, we never will For in our hearts you arc with us still. Behind our smiles there is many a tear For tire mom we lost and loved so dear. Always remembered b y your husband, Richard, daughters, Gay and Bert and family and Elua and Mona. In loving mem-jry of a dear sister and aunt, Ethel Rusznak, who passed away June 29, 1966. To us her name will ever be The key that unlocks memory. Of a dear one gone but cherished yet A beloved face we'll ne'er forget. remembered by Bernard, Elsie, Sharon and Brcnda Gyorfi. ALLEN In memory of Jack Dodd and Elaine Allen. remembered and loved by Babe, Sonny and girls. JTOCKMAN'S INN CAFE FOR SALE. jood revenue. Selling due to health Wrile Box 141, Herald. PAINTING AND DECORAT-Ing. 1103. 7 Aye. S. Phone 337-8473, afer FOR SALE CONFECTIONERY business, complete with all fixtures and equipment Lease of premises at reasonable rental. Phone 327-OB44 or 328-6244. Located on Hfh SIrect North In LelhbrldgEr Alberta. REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, garage, kitchens, cabinets, bathrooms, ceramic tile. Town or county- Phone 328-2075. and ALLEN In loving memory of a dear father and lister, Jack Dodd and Elaine Allen. LARGE MEAT PROCESSING PLANT AND SLAUGHTER HOUSE IN PROSPEROUS SOUTHERN A L B E R TA TOW N. EXCELLENT VOLUME. OWNER SELLING FOR HEALTH REASONS. EXCLUSIVE. missed by Dolly Voytko. 4712 TENDERS will be accepted no laler than p.m., July 10, 197! for miscellaneous repairs to Blood Student Hostel, located on the Blood Indfan Reserve. Specifications may be ob-lalned from Indian Affairs, Blood Pel-gan District, Room 206, Federal Building, Lethbrrdge, Alberta. Tender open-ng p.m., July ID, 1972. Deposit required BOX 105, COALDALE. Bruce and Kay are proud to announce Ihe birth ot their son, David Spencer, born June V-., 1972 at St. Michael's Hospital. Insured. MR. MECHANIC THE SKIFF DIST-rid needs youl The repair work Is here, also the place In v.'hfch Icr do it. Skiff Service Is a going concern and is for sale or rent. Health problems require o change of pace, 10 IF you would like to work for yourself, look us over. We are reasonable. H. R. phone 847-23-16, Skilf. In loving memory of a dear husband Jack and daughter Elaine. Quietly remembered every day, Sadly missed along life's way, Just as they were, they will always be, Treasured and loved in our memory. remembered by wife and mother, Margaret Dodd In loving memory of a dear husband, Arthur, who passed away June 29, 1967. Everyday in some small way, Memories of you keep coming my way. remembered by h i s wile Emma. 4690 In loving memory of a dear father and grand-'ather, Arthur Comai, who passed away June 29, 1967. The way be talked, the smile he wore, And all the thousand things so dear We loved about him while he lived Haven't gone with him from here; They're planted deep in memory's garden And watered daily with our tears. To keep them ever fresh and vivid Through all the coming years. Ever remembered by his daughter Angle, Jack and Caivin and Darren. Marthese and Natalie are proud to announce the birth of a baby brother, Peter John, born at St. Michael's Hospital, June 25, 1872. Proud parents are Lena and Joe. 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO Tenders vftll be accepted no later than p-m. July 10, for the miscellaneous repairs to Standoff School, located on the Blood Indian Reserve. Specifications may be obtained from Indian Affairs, Blood Peigan DIs-Irict, Room 206, Federal Bulling, Lelh-bridqe. Alberta. Tendnr opening p m July 10, 1972- Deposit required Schwartz Aoencies (1972) Ltd. College Mall, Phone 33B-3331 Jesldenriat, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. Clfy or Town, Lowes f Merest rates available, First and second SNAKES About snakes were collected in Manitoba in 1971 for use in scientific research anc university laboratories. pot poll SACRAMENTO, Calif. BULVA Passed away in Picture Butte on Thursday, June 23, 1972, Mr. John Bulva, beloved husband ot Mrs. Barbara Bulva ot Iron Springs. Funeral arrangements will be announced when -com pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors ot Funeral Service. INTERIM FINANCING AVAI LADLE from million. All loans must be solidly secured. Interest rates negotiable. Commercial, Industrial, farms, ranches. PREFERRED FINANCE CORP. LTD. Calgary, Alberta 262-3908, Tenders1 will be no later than p.m., July 10, 1972, lor the Re-roofing of St. Paul's Student Hostel, located on the Blood Indian Reserve. Specifications may be obtained Indran Affairs, Blood Pelgan District, Room 206, Federal Building, Lethbridge, Alberta. Tender opening 2-00 p m. July to, 1972, Deposit required use of marijuana has qualified for the November bat-lot, the secretary of state's office said Tuesday. The measure barely qualified the valid signatures, a narrow seven per cent, margin over the requirec signatures. The measure would legalize the private use o marijuana by persons age are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART 1: 1-b; 2- a; 3-does not provide; 4-b; 5-c PART II: 1-B; 5-d PART III: PICTURE QUIZ: Prime Minis er Eisoku Sato of OF INTENTION Home Mortgages Available lo Or More Deduce payments by more Than 50 per cenl and repay according to your qualified budget. No special nualificaliDn.i. If you Tiave equity In your home, call a MIDTOWN man today. appnWmen! 1n 1he For confidential privacy of your PHONE N. J. G1ESBRECHT 327-2181 Evenings and Weekends 328-0005 MIDTOWN MORTGAGE AND LOANS LTD. 12S5 3rd AVE. 5. MAKE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME CANADA PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given thai 1 Wendy ynne Monk of Ihe ctly of Lerhbrldqe n tlie Province of Alberta, accounts :lerk inlend to make application to the Dlredor of Vital StalisHcs, under the of The Change of Name Acf, R-S.A. 1970, for tf name as Follow: 1. For a change of my name t Wende Lynne Black Wendy Lynne Monk 75 CONTRACTS JERRY AND CASEY'S Phone 377-7049 or miW. DRYWALL. 4M4-27 Jy TENDERS STRATHMORE CO-OP STORE ADDITION STRATHMORE, ALBERTA Trade tenders for the add 1 1 Ion to p Co-op Slore In Stralhmore, Albflrra ill be received UP until 2 p.m.. Sas- toon time July 11, 1972, In Ihe offices of Federated Co-operatives Limited, Relail Development Deparlment, 401 22nd Street Easf, P.O. Box 1050, Sas- are requested on JIAHQUAHDSON Truman Orvil, of Vancouver, formerly of Stirling, passed away sud- denly in Vancouver on June 2Gtli, 1972 at the age of 47 years. Beloved son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marquardson of Stirling. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced when c o m p 1 eted. CHR1STENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2825 katoon, Saskatchewan. VEERING TILE AMD CEMENT WORK. Double J- Construction, 33B-3870 or 3J5-M30.__________________ IMWf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS- NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING PHONE JOKES ROOFING, 338- 5745. C1936-tl FENCES, CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS OR PATIOS. PROMPT SERVICE. GUARANTEED WORK MANS HIP PHONE 32S-7905. 263Ml all divisions of worfc, Plans and specifications are avail- able the following locations: Calgary Conslructlon Association .Le1h bridge Construction Association. Strafhmore Co-op Slore Federated Limited.. Moraine Road and 10th Avenue, N.E. Calgary, Alberta Fcderaled Co-operatives Limited Saskatoon, Saskatchewan The lovrtst or any tender nol nec- essarily acceplctJ. FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED Retail Development Department P.O- Box IC53 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan GARAGE BUILDING. CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone C7377-M ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, roofing specializing In chimneys, farldc, cement blocks, cement finishing, sluc- coing, fireplaces, house raising. 325- nits. CMfl-ll PAINTING AND DECOR, aling Wall paper, vinyl and spray. Ing. Free estimates. Phone 32B-21W. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basemei'Is in- C3M1-1! sured, free estimates, phone C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaction equip- ment. Concrete equipment. Corral cleaning. Ave. S. Phone ttMTO- U10 TENDERS Seated Tenders marked "EXTERIOR REFURBISHING OF ST. BASIL'S SCHOOL" swill be received of- fice of the Secrefary Treasurer, LeJh- bridge Separale School Dlsl 534 T61h Slreet South, Alberta up to p.m., Thursday, July 6- for all work lo refinlsh ttic exfefior of 1he original school. Each tentfer shall be accompanied by a certified cheque (or per tent of Ihe accompanying tender. The suc- itractor shall provide a 50 FENCES, SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, driveways, garages, cupboards, fram- ing, finishing and form work. Free es- Hmales. Guaranteed workmanship, No job loo small. 328-0987 or 345. 3W3. 137ilf REMODELLING BATHROOMS, KLT- chens, recreation rooms. windows, fibreglas INSTALLATION of slwm doers, cfoor asvnings. FREE ESTIMATES ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. Cor. 2ncf Ave. I31h Lethbridge per cent performance bond for twelve (12) months aftar final acceptance of Ihe completed project by the owners. falling to qualify with these requirements will be disquali- fied. may receive a set of plans and from the Engineers office, Morlarlfy Henderson Lee and Assoc. Ltd., No. 3, 1377 3rd Avenue South, Lelhbrldge, Alberta upon posit of che que or cash a s guarantee of their return In good con- dlMon within 10 days of Ihe lender closing dale. The Owners reserve the nghr to ac- cent or relect any or all tenders. The lov.-est or any tender will not neces- sarily be accepted. MOR1ARITY HENDERSOK LEE ASSOC. LTD. Consulting Engineers No. 3, 1777 3rd Avenue south Ulhbrldge, Aloerta away suddenly in the city on Wednes- day, June 28, 1B72, Mrs. Pa- tricia June (Duffy) Nettleton, at the age of 52 years, beloved wife of Mr. Harry Nettleton of 318 15th St. N. Born, raised and educated in Bow Island, the late Mrs. Nettleton moved to Lethbridge with her parents in 1836 and has continued to re- side here unlil her passing. She was a very devoted wife and mother and was very active in the Canadian Letjion, having served as Past Officer, General Stewart Branch, Lethbridge and Past District Commander of the Ladies Auxiliary, Alberta Command. Besides her loving husband, she is survived by her mother, Mrs. Nancy Welling- ton, Lethbridge; one daughter, Mrs. M. (Sherry) Rudy, Leth- bridge and son-in-law Murray; one son, Norman Nettleton' of Calgary; one sister, Mrs. K. A. (Lorna) Tilley, of Calgray; one brother, Mr. Ted Duffy of Leth- bridge; two step sisters, Mrs. R. (Betty) Hansen of Clares- holm and Peggy Wellington ot Calgary. The will be held 3 p.m., in Martin funeral service on Friday at Bros. ME- Phone 313-3301 CJUMSJy HOLD MOISTURE Clay soils made up of fine particles hold more moisture than sands which are made up of larger grains. MORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N.I with Rev. R. L. Crisfield of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. Phone 328-2361. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, in care of Mrs. M. N. Wray, 1705 15 St. S., Lethbridga or to the Charity of the Choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of ITuneral Service. C2851 NAMED BY INDIANS Chicago got its name from the Indians who called the lake-side area Checagou because of its strong-smelling wild onions. A REMINDER CITY PROPERTY TAXES ARE NOW DUE and must be paid TOMORROW by 4.30 p.m. or a penalty of 1% per month (July to October 31st) 2% November and 2% December will be assessed on all overdue Taxes. Don't You It Is To Your Advantage To Take Care Of Your Taxes Now! Forget to Pay Your Taxes CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Radio OVER i STORES CO AST TO CO AST IN CANADA A DIVISION OF TANDY LEATHER CO. OF CANADA LIMITEDi X REGULAR S369.9S Realistic STA-120B: WIDEBAND AM, FET-FM, 140 WATTS AT 8 OHMS, "GLIDE-PATH" VOLUME CONTROLS, PERFECT" LOUDNESS, STEREO SELECT SALE PRICED The STA-120B has set new standards of parfo! nance, value for years to cornel The STA-120B incorporates ad- vanced controls not vct found in other receivers at any price! "Glide Pain" volume controls, "Perf eel Tons Control and FM Stereo Select are exclusive features combined fof supeib listening only in the Realistic STA-120B. There's a tape monitor with tape input volume control, main and remote speaker switches, hi and lo filter switches, AFC switch and switchf AM reception is wide- band, delivering the ultimate quality of standard broadcast possible. The re are tuning meters for both srgnal strength and FM center channel, phono jack and screw ter- minal main speaker connections and a phono input level control. 140 watt, 42 transistor, 20 diode, end beauty. Size: 10 X 15 x 5 (including custom -designed oiled watnut 31-2042 STA-120B Receiver Ship. Wt. 36 299.95 CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE ICHARGEX 327 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-9466 LETHBRIDGE FREE AT YOUR LOCAL STORE ;