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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta VMki, Uhanki, dies o from in j lines 4 BIRTH o GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP1 Corporal James Douglas Rob-; instm. 26, stationed at the Ca-' o nadJan Forces Base near I Beaverlcdge, died in hospital; here from injuries he suffered when struck by a car. CARD OF THANKS DEATHS SCIIIKOWSKV Louis and TAYLOR Hyde S Sheila are proud to announce away at liis residenc" passed i NEWTON I would like to Corporal Robinson nas struck by a car driven by Pri- rate James George Collins, 20, the birth of then SOD. Mark grath on Monday, March 8, Cory, born March 2nd, at the age of 79 years, be- weight 9 Ibs. 2 02 Proud Brand- husband of the "late Mrs. parents are Mrs. Peter Schik- owsky, Avonlca, Saskatchewan, Mr. and Mrs. John Ov.en Mont- gomery, Wales. A b; other for Kerry Lynne. 55W sincerely thank ray doctors and on the base, seven miles north- Mercer Taylor, of Ma- grath. Funeral arrangements. will be announced when com- j _x ,m NCTtcn pleted. Christensen Salmon Fu-! neral Home Ltd., Directors of' Funeral Service. staff of St. Michael's Hospital, east of Beaverlodge. first east main, for their care Beaverlodge is 260 and kindness to me during uiy northwest of Edmonton, illness; also to my relatives miles i Monday, Mor.h 1971 THE lETMBSIDCt HfWIO 19 opening for El Dorado Sales Complete line offered and many friends for the cards, I DGE CANCER EFFORT flowers and visus. _ 5554 Minister Heath sent a message I Sunday to President Nixon 11 pledging renewed British co-op- eratj0n in the international at- C3798 Dies in DEATHS CURRIE Passed away suddenly in Nelson, B.C on Saturday, March o. 1971, Dale Currie, at the age of 23 years, beloved son of Mr and Mrs Alex Currie of Nelson and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Currie of Lethbndge The fu- neral service will be held on Tuesday, March 9 at 2 p m., in Nelson, B.C. 5557 TRELIVISG Passed awa; in Calgary on Friday, Mar 5, 1971, Mrs. Ellen Georgina Treliving, at the age of 93 years, formerly of this city, be- loved wife of the late Mr. James Treliving. Bora in Lon- don, England in 1878, the late Mrs. Treliving, resided in Leth- bridge and Rocky Mountain House for a number of years until moving to Calgary in 1966. I Survivors include one daueh- ter, Mrs. Clifford C. (Doris) Mitchell of Vancouver, B.C.: one son, Mr. Eric Treliving of lie, on the southern outskirts of look into ways of increasing co- Edmonton. operation. DOCTOR CLEARED Dr. Robert Browne of Birming- ham, England, leaves hear- ing of the British General Medical Council Disciplinary Committee in London. Mo- ments before, the doctor had been cleared of charges breaching a patient's confi- dence by telling the parents of a 10-year-old girl that she was using birth control pills. T'.e grind opening of El Do: Soles is being held this v.K-K the firm's new salts lot on the south side of the L'ualdale highway, east of the 1 ginrmmer.i elevators. El Dorado Sales handles complete lines of truck camp- motor homes, travel trail- ers, boats, boat trailers and j ufcd and trucks. Co-owners Len Ully and Mirk K'ovansky, both native south- e.n Albertaiis, about IW.OUO m stock. Mr. Ully, was delaxed pending receipt of o! used station wagons !n southern Alberta. The firm also El Dorado Sales Is the first: sells used cars and trucks, agent in Canada for El Dorado' The grand opening, wtv.cn of California first commercial' runs through Saturday, offers bi'ilders of truck campers. I free refreshments and thn .ro 19 models tnUear's licence plates with r, Kk'" veh.cle purchased from eight feet to 12 HeeK- There's even a special mode! j El Dorado Sales takes grain for hunters, complete with; in trade and offers IAC and game compartments, game j bank financing washing facilities and a cabi- j----------------- not for firearms and ammuni-; DISCOVER URANIUM !Uon' i DAR ES SALAAM I Reutcr' The travel trail-1 r t Deposits of uranium, coal m the car business for nes" a line Of Calkins boat trail- The pair joined forces and opened'El Dorado Sales earlier ers. Mr. Ully says that El Dorado this year. The grand opening Sales has the largest selection newspaper quotes Com- merce Minister Paul Bomani as saying that coal had been found in vast quantities by Chinese ex- perts. WATSON Passed an ay in the city on March 7, 1971, Mr. Jesse WaUon, at tha Calgary; one granddauginer; age of 68 years, of 537 13 Street North. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. Flowers gratefully declined. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Set vice. C3800 CRADDOCK Passed away in Calgary on Friday, Maich 5, 1971, Mr. Edward Leslie Crad- dcck, at the age of 28 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Fern Craddock of 2702 10 Avenue North. The late Mr. Craddcck came to Lethbridge in Feb- ruary of 1970, and was cm- ployed with G. H. Baxter aid Son. Besides his loving wife he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Margaret W. Ciaddcck of Rcsetown, Sask one sister, Miss Margaret Joy Craddcek of Kindersley, Sask., and four brothers, Mr. William J. Crad- dock of Winnipeg, Mr. Francis R. Craddock of Ottawa, Mr. Richard C. Craddock and Mr. Charles P. Craddock both of Saskatoon. The funeral service was held on Monday, Maich 8 at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, Rev. A. S. Olson officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the Hillcrest Memorial Gar- dens, Saskatoon, Sask., on Tuesday, March Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service. C3802 VAN BUUREN Passed away in the city on Saturday, March 6, 1971, Mrs. Annie Van Buuren, at the age of 74 years, of 311 16 Street North, beloved wife of the late Mr. William Johannas Van Buuren. Bora in Alem N. Br., Holland in 1896 the late Mrs. Van Buuren came to Saskatchewan in 1927, moving to the Lethbndge area in 1930. For the past 10 years she has resided in the city. She is survived by two daughters, llrs. W. (Ala'gonda) Wyrostok and Mrs. J. (Johanna) Soenen both of Coalhurst, three sons, Mr. Conrad Van Buuren and Mr. Harry Van Buuren both of Lethbridge, and Air. William Van Buuren of Calgary; also 15 grandchildren. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a m. on Tuesday, March 9. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father G. Maric-n celebrant. Interment will fol- low in St. Patrick's Cemetery Friends will meet for prayers tonight at p.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service. Phone 328-2361. C3799 SATO !S7aokichi, passed away in the city on Friday, March 5, 1971. at the age of 83 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Yeki Sato of 715 9th Ave S Mr. Sato was born in Fuku- rfiima. Ken. Japan on Decem- ber 20. 1887 and went to Ha- waii where lie spent a year be- fore coming to Canada in 1907 settling in Colbrook, B.C. where he worked for the Great Northern Rails ay and worked as a section foreman for 34 years. He came to Alberta in 1942 settling in the Park Lake district where he and his fam- ily worked in the sugar beet industry, until he retired to Lethbridge in 193G and where he was residing at the time of his passing. Left to mourn his passing besides his loung wife Yeki, are one son. Joe of Cal- and one brother in California. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday, March 9, at Martin Bros Chapel, 812 3 Avenue South. (Please note courtesy parking at the rear of the with the Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens Martin Bros Ltd.. Directors of Fu- neral Service. C3801 FUNERAL BAKOS Funeral service i for L-eslie John Bakos, beloved of Mrs. Steve Peta of Cal- gary who died at Victoria, B.C.. Thursday, March 4, 1S71, at the age of 32 years, was held at 1 p.m. Monday, March 8, 1971, in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church at Ta- Jr with Rev. Eric Nelson offi- ciating. Pallbearers were El- mer Megyes, Rudy Kiff, Frank Hoffart. Alex Astolos, Joe Lip- tak and Ralph De Bona. Inter- ment was in the Taber Mem- orial Garden. Humphries Fu- neral Home, Taber, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS BLANCHARD I wish t o express my sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses at St. Michael's Hospital, Sec- ond Main for the wonderful care I had as a patient there. Special thanks to friends and relatives for the flowers, gifts, cards and calls during my stay. Blanchard. 5475 I I ORADO SALES! 2910 1st Avenue S. (Just East of Govt. Elevators On Highway MIRK KIOVANSKY Co-owner IN MEMORIAMS ZUBIK In loving memory of a dear husband, father, grandfather, Alex Zubik. who passed away March 8, 1963. Two tired eyes are resting. Two willing hands are still, The one who always work- ed hard is resting at God's will. Gcd saw you getting tired needed rest, must be beautiful He only takes the best. remembered and sadly missed by his wile, Annie, son Allan, daughters Jane, Lillian and families. 5553 The Lorgest Selection of Station Wagons In South Alberta. Most Units Listed Below Are Under 5 Year 50 300 mile Factory Warranty. MORE WARRANTY FOR LESS MONEY. ALL UNITS SOLD DURING OUR GRAND OPENING to March 31st, 1971 will include 1971 LICENSE PLATES (Excluding Commercial or P.S.V.) STATION WAGONS 390 V8, power steering end roof rock, automatic, 10 passen- Radio pioneer dies at 82 j TORONTO (CP1 Herbert! Guy Fairfax, a pioneer of Ca-1 nadian radio, died here follow- ing a lengthy illness. He was 82 Mr. Fairfax started his ca- reer in the broadcasting field in 1934 as sales manager of CFAC Calgarv. He later work- ed for CKY Winnipeg and CKX Brandon. In 1937. h? joined All-Canada Radio Facilities Ltd in To- ronto where he stayed until his retirement. 1970 FORD SQUIRE. brakes, radio, deluxe ger. 1569 FORD SQUIRE. 390 VB, power steering and brakes, radio, automatic. 1968 FORD SQUIRE. 390 V8, 4 barrel, power steering and brakes, radio. 1968 MERCURY COLONY PARK. 428 VB, Marauder super, ajtomalic, power steering and brakes, root rack, power windows, 5 speaker stereo tape ployer, cir conditioning, power seat, air ride suspension. 1964 PONTIAC WAGON. 1971 DATSUN WAGON. Only 116 miles on this unit. 1965 PONTIAC PARISIENNE WAGON HARDTOPS 1969 METEOR 4-BOOR, loaded with extras 1969 PONTIAC PARISIENNE, 4-door hardtop, loaded. 1968 PONTIAC PARISIENNE. 2 door hardtop, loaded S1895 1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA. 2-door hardtop, V8, auto- power steering and brakes, radio and stereo. TRUCKS 1971 CMC 'n TON. Sport custom, power steering and brakes, 350 cu. inch V8, automatic, radio, rear bumper. 1969 FORD CUSTOM !i TON. 360 VS. automatic, tool box compartment. Opening Special, Only S21OO 1968 FORD RANGER Vi TON. 360 V8, 3 speed, radio. 1969 FORD RANGER '.i TON. Loaded, 360 V8, auto- matic, power steering and brakes. 1963 CHEVROLET 'i TON. actual miles, 292 cu. in. engine, radio, rear bumper, very clean. 1968 FORD TON. 4 speed, 360 V8, radio. HANDLING CARS, TRUCKS, TRAVEL TRAILERS, TRUCK CAMPERS AND BOATS. NEW SALES LOT We Are Franchised Dealers For: EL DORADO TRUCK CAMPERS and MOTOR HOMES MOR-WESTER TRAVEL TRAILERS JOLLY ROGER and GLASTRON BOATS CALKINS BOAT TRAILERS I l 1 l I 1 l A FIRST In Canada El DORADO TRUCK CAMPERS AND MOTOR HOMES 1 EL DORADO built the first truck camper made at one of their present plants located m lakeview, California. 2 12 CAMPER MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM in sizes 8', 8ri'r 9', IT and 12'. There's even a bath- tub'in our 12' model. We olso have campers for cab trucks. 3. 19' MINI MOTOR HOMES and chassis mount models set on Fords, Chevs, or Dodge chassis 4 BE SURE AND SEE THE NEW EXCITING HUNTER'S SPEC- IAL MODEL with game compartments and lockable firearm and ammunition cabinet. Even has an outside faucet to wash your game. 5 THE ONLY FULLY SELF-CONTAINED MODEL IN NORTH can still pull your boat or horse trailer. 6. BIG FEATURE-WElGHT-as much as 300 Ibs lighter than comparable sizes and equipment. 7. INSULATED FOR COLD A5 WELL AS HEAT-Arp lhPy warm' They're sold in Alaska. Ary they They're sold in Arizona, All camper units have 60" king size over-ccb beds. NOR-WESTER TRAVEL TRAILERS _________ COFFEE DONUTS and PEPSI-COLA Served During Our GRAND OPENING gary and one dauber. Mrs He is survived by a son Bev- Kenji (Yoshie Tataho of i "ley of Caeary nnd a daueh- Lrthbridge Funeral services tcr. -ws. Chitty of To- il ill be held in the Ix-thbridge ronto. Buddhist Church (Mill Ave. ami 13th M.) Monday eve- Block trains nine; (tonight) at "0 pm MARSEILLE (API Hundreds of French wine grow- ers Mocked trains in pails of with Rev S. Kosak.1 offici- ating, assisted by Ilcv. Y I7timi Interment son ice will, ho held in the ChiMonson southern France Sunday pro- Chapel on Tue-d.-n. V.irch "-sting the government's price r' 10 am folliraed In inter-! and policies The wine r'rr' m e Mnunhi.i View growers are protesting price re- C-metm- n-rrlemen Fnlmon striclions on low-quality wine Funeral'Home Ltd Diierlors j and the importing of wine from of Funeral Service. C37071 Algeria. BOATS JOUY ROGER Full metal flake hull with color co-ordinated lido darts Unequoled handling qualities in rough or choppy water Inboard-Outboard and Outboard models A real sporty family runabout or ski boat GtASTRON Top quality df-Bign and material largest pleasure boat manufacturers in the world. (YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME) deluxe. Models from to I9'l0" in standara' Five functional and exciting fioor Beautiful to look ct. Beautiful to I'vp m tow profile for ic's wind resistance an 'Sier pullinq. If contained has only brtter bn'a 1900 Serics-19'10" fully 22i Ibs hitch v eight. Grain taken in trade Bank Financing _ IAC Financing We even take cash 2910 1st AVE. SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE (Just East of Govt. Elevators on Highway No. 3! PHONE 327-1233 ;