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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 3L8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID F.lday, March 3, T972 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SffTuNG MOTPL B.C. Olfers. BAKERY FOR. SAU: Mbliihed larnc southern Alt-en.'. V.rik' STORE BUILDING CarJ, Of loved twin son (if Garth and Sharon Dalil of Haymmul, Funeral services will be in the Tinrd Ward Relief .Snciety Koom on Sainrclay, March -I'll at 10 a.m., with Bishop Komdd vice. II. Watson officiating. Inter- ____ j ir.ent will follow in the Temptc HOHIXSON Isidore ot Bel- Hill Cemetery. CHRISTENK3N may donate to Ihe Canadian! bom Cancer Society. MD Canada Trust Bids. -MARTIN BROS. LTD. Director of Funeral Ser- vice. C317 levue, passed away in the Pin- View c'licr Creek Hospital, March 1, wish IU72, nt age lit! years. He was HEY REALTY LTD 327-7077 cr 327-7975 EVENINGS PHONE D, BROWN........m Gaspe, Quebec, Octo- ber 21, 1B05. He has been a resident of IScllevue for many years. At (lie time of his death he liad been a guest of the Crcstview Lodge in Pincher GRAiri TRUCKING BUSI sale. Dcxfqe. faci rompieie with equipment. Grossing 115X00 plus, Asking Selling due to HeaHn. WRITE TO L. KAISER, BOX 1.1, VUL- CAN, PHONE i9S2ii'. 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA. EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE. Jifi-iOll; RESI- DENCE, ANYTI.V.E 1657-If CAUMIC11AEI, Parsed S away at the residence on Thursday, March 2, 1972, Clarn Hamia C.irmichnel, age 65 years, beloved wife cf John Camiiciucl cf Fort Macleod. Born in Yorkshire, England, she came to Pincher Creel; with her family at tlie age of two years, where she resided imlif 1020. She vorked in the post office nt Monarch from 1MU Mtltll 192G wtlCIl Slic ill ar- Creek, He was predeceased by his wife Elsie (Bronks) in Bel- c-vue, February 1SG3, one brother Mill two sisters. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Maria Foisy, St. Paul, Alberta, Mrs. Leoiia Caron of Calgary; two brothers, Alphonsc of Prince George a n d Edward o f St. Paul. Prayers will be said in St. Cyril's Catholic Church, Belfevue at p.m. Monday evening, March 6. Rfiqmm Mass will hs celebrated in Bellcviie Catliolic Church, Tuesday, FUMCKAI. IIOMK LTD., Directors of Funeral uee. C515 MICDICAI, USK Mongolian scier.lJsIs s a v camel's milk is good for ane- mia, citing a complete absence of Uie affliction among Gobi desert shepherds. day, March 2nd, the be- loved infiirt twin daughiCr of Robert ami Barclay of CoalhursL services will held in the- Christcnsen im Kutuniny March -llli at '2 willi Bishop Kcjmetli officiating. Interment follow in tlie Family Plot in the Mountain View Ceme- tery. CHRISTIANSEN SALMON l-'UXEHAL IIOM1-: LTD., Di- rec'tors uf Fun era I Service. C5M DEATH claiiElilcr of Mrs. Tina Scholt of Silvcrlon, Texas. Born in Sil- vcrton, Texas, the late Mrs. Nickcrsoii came lo Albcrtn in 10iJ7 and settled in the Warner District where she taught school nt ttic Warner High School and (lie Sunny-Site Hut- teritc Colony until her sudden passing. Hcskk's her mother she is .survived by one daughter, Miss Tina Nickerson, Vancouv- er; one sister, Mrs. Caroline Self; one brother Mr. W. Schott Jr. and one unnt, all of Silver- ton The funeral service be held on Saturday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Ave- nue S. with a priest from St. Patrick's Catholic Church offi- Cremation will follow. MARTIN DUOS. tors cE Funeral LTD. Direc- CARDS OF THANKS TKAC11UK I would like to lliank the doctors, nurses and staff on the Sin-gieal Floor of Hie Lctlibridgo Municipal Hos- pital for the wonderful care given me there while a patient. Thank yon also lo Iho people who visited, brought gifts, sent flowers and cards which were gratefully appreciated. Mrs. S. Tkaclmk. C II A Ill.KSWOHTll We wisli to thank our family, rela- tives, friends, neighbors, Long- acre Orchestra anrt Ilie Indies of (lie community for the lunch. To all a special thanks for making onr anniversary a memorable occasion. Art and Slephanie Charlesworlh. CARD OF THANKS V ATI yon to Ihe doc- tors and nurses staff on tin First Main St. Michael's Hos- pital for their wonderful care while I was a patient there. Also thanks lo all who came lo visil and sent cards, flowers and gifls. All's. Valh. 7777 IN MEMORIAM 1111 VAN Always remem- bered. Phillip am! Marji. MORE MEMORIAMS ON PAGE TO Passed away suddenly in on Tues- day, February 1U72, Mrs. Nickerson at Uie age of fti years of Warner, beloved ricd John Carmichacl. T h e y March 7 at a.m. with in- fanned in the Longboilcm llis- j torment to follow in the family trict until 1964 when Uicy re-1 Bellevue Catholic Cemelry. tired to Fort Macleod. Besides In lieu of flowers, persons SCHV.'ARTZ AGENCIES LI.'.MTED ESTABLISHED 1527 College Wall. .iiao The widest facility dvailatlc. V llder ALL TYPES of mcrfgaqs Special deals for homeowners at Associates If you're buying your hcuie, yeu're eligible Icr 3 special Homiiovjner Laan at Associates any lime ycu need cash. That meani we may he able 1o give you A belter deal- Lower rates cr amount you borrow Is limited crvly by the equity you have in your home, mflYb-? cr mere. So If you have hign-ifireresl debls cut- standing, or il ycu reed cash fcr a second car, a boat, er any oiJicr reason, falk lo dtcul a I much tetter off you'll fcc kng-terrr 1014 Third Avenue South Phone 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED v, 75 CONTRACTS GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT worfc and stuccoing. and Sorenson Conslructicn, 1025 71 h Ave. S, Pfiana SORGE RAVEN 1S29 ?th ST. Lelfibritfge, K'dchen pus rooms and re- pairs for city or country. Phone 3Z7- 311P, for free estimates. 7J69-1f CUSTOM BUILT HOWES, RUMPUS rooms, renovations, Call Ted Binq- tisrn constj-ucfion, C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS For your remov.ii. Private drive- ways. 338-4765. Cf529-1 f FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, eld basements dug, 'water proofing, In- sured, free Phone 3T7-S2E6. ACUfAIFJUWl AND DOORS, HO MAINTENANCE NO CKANG- fNG. PHONE JONES ROOFING, J2i- 5745, C1936-tf FREE ESTIMATES med eEFing. lion, my cf residential rc- You are under no cbLiga- ADVANCE LUMBER Co. Ltd. Cor. 7nd Ave. end 13lh Sf. S Phone 323-32G1 PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS Will be accepicd for li Irstalialfor. of structural kitchfn venlifatiritt duct Lelhbridge Municipal Hcspilal. prints can be seen at fhe 2 p.m., March 9, 1372, and to Chairman cf thi Uethbridge Municipal Hospilal, TENDERS PJNCHER CRE6K SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 29 Sesfed Tendej-s will b? received by the undersigned unfil p.m., fAcn- April 3rd, (or the con- Structico of ar> ADOlTIOM AHO AL- TERATIONS TO HIGH SCHOOL, P1NCHER CRFEK, berfa. Genera] Conlj-actors may obtain Plans and Specif from LURIE fc NEUFELD t Architccls and Engineers, 3W Sixlh Street South, Lefhbridge, upon a deposit of refundable providing that all dccumenta are re- turned unmarked and in cjocd condi- lion no! later lhan Ion days M1er Ine closing of lenders, Sub-Contractors may examine Plans Specific aliens at the Lclhbrirtge and Calgary Constj-ucrion Offices, and flt fr.e Srhwl Glfics in Pinchsr A certified cheque or hid bend is- sued by a in 1he amount of ,ic- all G'insral Bids. The ssful required to furnish mance Dw.d. in iho amourl cf Ihe Contract. Ttie fewest or bid necessarily be accepted. R. J. ROTH I'inch'-r Crtek Ech No, Yt, PIKChER ,ol husband slic is survived by sons, Don, CliilliwK ck, B.C., Dave, Fort four daughters, Airs. A. (Kay) Pearson of Fort Mnclcofl, TMfS. (Mary) Zech of Nobleford, Mrs. T. CiMargaret) Zcch of Calgary and Mrs, A. (Shirley) Gcdcke of Fort Macleod; 15 grandchildren; two brothers and one sister. The funeral service will be held in St. An- drews Presbyterian Church, Monday at 2 p.m., Rev. George Peters officiating. Interment in Union Ce me Fn neral a r- rangements by EDEN'S FU- NEHAL HOME LTD., Fort Mac-lead. C5L2 A X OF. R S n N John I r vin, passed iiway in Taber on Wednesday, March 5str 1972, at Uie age of 70 years, after a lengthy illness, He was born in Eureka, Utah, September 10th, IDOL, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John W. Anderson. He came to Raymond, Alberta hrs parents in 1903, lain they moved to Barmvell in 1S07 wl'.ere tie lias resided most of Ins life until (he time of his ing. He is survived by three sisters, Sybil Anderson, Viola Ander.son and Mrs, Mabel How- ells atl of Banuvell; one niece, Verna Ilovrells; a nephew, Rob- ert Ho wells and his vri f e, Sharon, as well as (heir four children, Rhonda, Darren, Mal- colm and Michelle and Todd HowelIs son of the late Lynn Howells. Funeral services were held in the BarnrceH LDS Chapel on Friday, March 3rd at 2 p.m.. with Bishop Marlin An- derson officiating, Interment followed in the Barnwcll Ceme- tery. Friends met the family to pay their respecls from prior to the service in the ie f Society Room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMOM FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral .Ser- vice. Co 13 STODDART Passed away in the city on Tuesday, Feb- ruary 20r 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Helen Stod- (fart, at the of 79 years, cf I2W 6th St. N'., beloved wife of the late- Mr. Henry Slod- flarl. Bom in Knglp.nd, the late Mrs. Slrxklart was married in Winnipeg to the late Mr. Henry Stcddart who predeceased her in In 1055 she came io to live her nicer? until ill health hospital- ized her in December, She was a member of the Third Or- der of St. Francis, originally in Winnipeg and lately in Calgary. She waj also a member of the C.W.L. in Uthbridge. She was J well known by and received much help from the Lethbridge V.O.NV right up until her pass- ing and this was much appre- ciated. She is survived by her roving nieces and nephews, Mrs. A. (Dorecn) Gallant, Loth- bridge, Mrs, Winnifrcd Ander- son, Clairmont, Alberta, Mr. Henry Steele, Halifax, Mr. Rus- sell vSteele, Saskatoon and Mr. Frank Pickard, Riverside, Cal- ifornia, Prayers will bo said on Friday at p.m. (this eve- ning) in St. Basil's Catholic Church. Requiem Mass will be celebrated nn Saturday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catho'ic Church, with Rev. Father 0. Marion celebrant. Interment will follow in Calvary Seetion Mountain View Ceme- tery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEM- ORIAL CHAPEL, M St. N. phone MARTIN I1KOS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, CStt wishing may donate to the Dr. E. AielTo Memorial Fund, core of Crowsnest Pass Hos- pital. Blairmore. FANTIN CHAPELS is in charge-. C516 THE ROYAL CANADIAN IS cccepling applications from single men between 18 and 29 years of age inclusive arc af least 5'8" fn height, have successfully completed Grade 1 1, and are of exemplary character and physically fit. STARTING SALARY PER ANNUM WITH generous fringe benefits and provisions for an- nual increases over the firsl six years of service as a Constable to per annum. Contact your nearest RCM Police office or write lo: THE COMMISSIONER RCM POLICE OTTAWA, ONTARIO KIA OR2 SIMPSONS-SEARS CORRECTION The Spacesaver that appeared in Wednesday night's paper should have read as follows: Double Cabinet Space Saver Unit Reg. This enamclied-iteel space saver can be assembled easily wilhout nuls, bolls or loo Is insfrudtons in- cluded. "Ezy-Clamps" adjust quickly lo any height you want for positioning shelves, cab inn is sccurety. "lele- Poles" non-mar lips exlend from 3'3" to 9' for itrong, no-wobble support. The cabinet is 255jx8x22" high. Mirror on upper, opaque plastic doorj on lower cabinet slicfe easily. Shelf is Available in only. We are sorry for any inconvenience this has caused our customers STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 o.m. to p.m. Thursday and Frfday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 Spring 72 at Beny's is to n w a Fresh new stocks of the beautiful new record breaking 1972 models are rolling in and the Beny boys are an- xious to deal. We need your premium late model trades and are paying top dollar. So make your move now to a [better car at a better price from Beny's. Out One of Our Fabulous NEW 1972's and CHEVELLE CHEVY NOVA CAMARO OLDSIVIOBUE CUTIASS CAWUAC VEGA CHEVROLET TRUCKS See Your Favourite Beny Salesman Now. No Obligation- 72 VEGA The Little Car that does everything well! Be an early bird and get in on these GREAT SPRING SAVINGS! 1971 Chevrolet Bel Air door hardtop, V-8, automatic, ilec-riny, power brakts, Ifnled wnitewull radio. NOW AT A RECORD BREAKING PRICE 1971 Chevrolet Impales 4 door sedon, equipped V-8 mofor, automolic ilcerinrj, power brakes, rintiid wirvdsiiield, wMftwall radio. NOW AT A RECORD BREAKING PRICE CONVENIENT GMAC TERMS FAST APPRAISALS IMMEDIATE DELIVERY THE FINEST SERVICE AFTER THS SALE 1971 Cadillac Sedan De Ville Fully equipped willi including aif available Cadillac contJifioning. NOW AT A RECORD BREAKING PRfCE 1971 Delta Royale Oldsmobiie 2 door hnrdlop, Fully equipped wilh mony, mcmy cx'ras including nfr eon- difjoning. NOW AT A RECORD BREAKING PRICE CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE Showroom 2 Ave. and 8 St. S., Phone 327-3147 OK Supermarket Lot Phone 327-3148 ;