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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -Ucallii, BIRTHS DUDLEY Dr. and Allan Dudley of Magralh are pleased to oimounce the birth o( Uieii- daughter Julie on Wednes- day, March 7th. 8319-13 HATCH Mr. and Mrs. Eric X DEATHS Mis GLOCKNEB Albert, pass- ed away in the city on Satur- day, March 10th, L973. al age ol 78 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Martha Glockner 6A Ave. N. Announcements later by CHRISTENSEN Carol Sherwood Park, Alberta, an- nounce the birlli of a son, Dylan Daniel, 7 Ibs. 10 ozs. Born al the Royal Alex, Edmonton, Feb- ruary !8, W73. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Stu Hatch, Cal- gary, and Mrs. Alice Yackulic, Lelhbridge. 8322 SALMON FUNERAL HOME JIULIIOLLAND Passed away in the city on Saturday March lOlh, 1973, Mrs. Hilda Mulhollaiid at the age of 7 years, beloved wife of Mi James Mulholland of Apt. 202 1B15 13th Street North. Funera r.e arrangements will be MOST UEPllLtS nounced when completed. MAR Australia has representatives TIN BROS. LTD., Directors o of all reptile groups except the funeral service, tuatara of New Zealand. C7924 first ochievemenl was (or the highest Ml.5. Soles of any ogency in the lethbridge Reef Eslole Board for the oroounl of The second achievement conjlilutei the highest linings sold lor 1972, amounting to ond the number of M.l.S. listings submitted for Ihl year. Royal Trust Above from lelt to right are Real Estate Mgr. Jack Higgjrn, Receptionist Pot Newinger, Soles Representative Jack Wyart, Stella Grismer, Peler Carj-olf, Marg Stewart, Ray La Volley, Phyllis Kristionsen, Gerry Nagel, and" Fred Harmon. Royal Trust REAL ESTATE Phone 328-7761 MEMOR1AM McGMV Thursday, March 8, 1913, Mrs. "Janet Elizabeth ticGaw, aged 73 years, of Cal-jary, beloved mother of was born on Sep-ember 20. 1909 at Rosemead, Iberta. Funeral services will be held on Monday at Passed away on rursday, March 8, 1073, Co-lia Stone, age 80 years of Fort ilacteod. Born in Albinston, On-rio, she moved with her In loving memory f our dad, Gordon R. Smith, ho passed away March 9, 1965. Dale, Cindy and Kim. In loving memory of a denr father and grandfather. Monteque who passed away March 11, 1972. He has not really left us, he Jack (Jean) Hildebrandt and Mrs. Howard (Isabel) Leslie, Calgary and Gordon McGaw, Campbell, California. Also surviving are nine grand children, ,wo sisters, and three brothers. Mrs. McGaw was born in Reverend Bert Mc-Quaid will officiate. to Dawson, Manitoba, and hen to Redcliff in 1910. She married Gordon Stone in 1921 nd they resided in Cardston and Pincher Creek prior to coming lo Fort Macleod in In memory of tobert Crawford, who passed way March 11, 1963. remembered by his loving wile Mary and not travelled far, Jusl entered God's great mansion, and 1 t the door ajar, Sheltered by the Hock o( Ages, anchored on thai golden shore, and, coming U> Carmangay 66 years ago and also residing in Champion before coming lo Cal-garv iu 1948. Services by Rev. J. L. Pottruff, Monday, p.m., at the Chapel on the Hill, Cy-Foster Gooder Funeral, f passed away sudden-v in Magrath on Thursday, ifarch 8th, 1973 at Hie age o S3 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Joyce Thomson of Ma-jrath. Mr. Thomson was bon in Magrath July 6th, 1919 DAV1ES Passed away in the city on Thursday, March 8 1973, following a brief illness Mr. Charles D. Davies at th age of 90 years of 1415 13th Avenue S., beloved husband of th late Mrs. Catherine Davies Bora in Nova Scotia, the lat Mr. Davies farmed in th Bawlf area (near Camrose) fo many years. He came to Leth bridge in 1951 and has resided here until his passing. He wa predeceased by hjs wife in and is survived by one brothe Dave in Camrose, and one si ter, Mrs. Bertha Brown of Saskatoon. The funeral service will be held on Monday at p.m. in Mai-tin Bros. TRAD TTONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Av nue S.. with Rev. L. D. An active community 'orker, she has been active in rinily United Church, a Cub eader, and in the Order of the Eastern Star. She is survived >y one son, Harry of Prince George, B.C.; two grantlclTil-ren; two sisters, Mrs. Blanche iIcKellai- of Brooks, and Mrs. Greta Mitchell of Okanagan 'alls, B.C.; Uiree brothers, Ross McKey, Redcliff, Kenneth McKey, Armstrong, B.C., Colin McKey of Victoria, B.C. Funeral service will be held in Trinity United Church Monday at 2 p.m., with Peter Walker officiating minister. Interment in Archmount Memorial Gardens, Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements bv EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. In loving memory of mv dear husband, father and grandfather, Mike Mitzon who passed away March 11 196fi. Dear Lord forgive a silent tear, And a constant wish that he were here, Sadlv missed bv his wife and family. In the perfect love of, he is safe forever more. remembered by George, Lucy, Kristine, Georgette, and Eileen. Magrath. He helped his fa ther farm and did some car penter work until he was call ed to serve in the Armed Forces in 1940. On December 25tli. 1941 he was married lo Joyce Doris Duneombe in Raymond. He received an honorable .discharge from the army in 1M4 and returned to Magrath. Here he worked as a butcher in the Magrath Trading Company for seven years. He also worked for the Canadian Sugar Factory for 13 years, at the same time operating a teedlot. The last ten years were spent as a carpenter and operating a farm. He was an active member of the LDS church holding many offices Isnch as stake missionary, Sun day school teacher, ward teacher and several offices in the priesthood. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his NOTICES ON PACE 23 MacKENZIE On March 2 1973, Miss Margaret Christine MacKenzie of Drayton Valley passed away in the Drayton Valley Hospital. She leaves t mourn her loss, one brother John R. MacKenzie Sr. and sister, Isobel May Schurman of Draylon Valley, Alber ta; numerous nieces and nepl ows in Drayton Valley. aa GASCHNITZ Farm Auction Sale TERMS CASK COFFtE AVAHABIE 10 miles south of FORT MACLEOD on the BLUE TRAIL; 1 milft west, Vi mile south MOKDAY, MARCH 12th SALE TIME 1 P.M. Having favoured with instruction from Mr. Jim Gas-ehnitz we will offer For e the following line of OP AWARDS OF THANKS JOHNSON7 I would tike nurses and rill Third Floor, St. Michael's Hospital for the good care; also to my family and friends for flowers gifts and cards, and espedallj the' visits. Again I thank no way a warranty or guarantee ai to condElion or age and U subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes at you may find them tha day the sole. TERMS CASH the day of Ihe with leMlemenl In full bcfere removal from Ihe farm. wife, Joyce, five sons, Mervin Leroy, Gary and Lowell Don of Lethbridge, Richard and Rob- son officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cem- etery. Friends may pay their ert George of Magrath; three at Martin Bros. TRA- daughters, Jeanne of Banff, Maureen in Calgary and Lau-1 reen attending school in Rex- burg; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Thomson of Magralh: :wo brothers, Rulon and Earl, of Magrath; three sisters, Mrs. Murray (Veila) Holt ol Raymond, Mrs. Jack (Norma) Hallmark of Klamath Falls, Oregon, and Mis. Fulton (Ma- rie) Bevans of Cardston. He was predeceased by an infant daughter, Tjnda Joyce, in 1968. Funeral services will be held in the IMagi-ath LDS Chapel on Monday, March 12th at 2 p.m., with1 Bishop R. Mark Dahl offi. dating. Interment will follow in the Magrath Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay iheir respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief So- ciety Room of the church, CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direo 1 tors of Funeral Service. C79M DITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C7926 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS (M THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE tn the matter ol the Estate ol ANTON Valclc of Iron Springs In the Province ol Alberto, who died on or about the 7lh day of January 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav tng claims upon the Eslate of the absve named must fife 'he undersigned rolicilors by The 7lh day cf April A.D. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by ihem, STRLNGAM, DENECKY AND BAINES Barriers and Solicitors Xf) Canada Trust Building Lelhbridgp, Alberta Solicitors lor the Administrator WILLIAM TONY PERLICH sincerely. Irene Johnson 8352 REDDING We wish ex- press our sincere thanks Lo all of those wonderful for their many kindnesses sym- p athy extended to us during our recent bereavement. II all helped so much. It was also Dr. Kedding's wish t! thank his patients for giving him the privilege of being of service to them during the past thirty years of dental practice, --Kay Redding and family 8250-10 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE TO TENDERERS THE TOWN OF BROOKS, ALBERTA relnry offic Town of Brooks wtH recei addressed to Ihe Municipal Sec- and the ailed or delivered lo the SKIMOZAWA We wish to express sincere appreciation and thanks to all our many friends, neighbors atid relatives for their kind ex press tons of sympathy Cards, phone calls, visits to our homes, food, flowers, Koden arid to the many people who travelled the great distance to attend Joe's funer- al. Special thanks to Rev. Ikti- ta, Rev. Izumi and Mr. Fuku- naga. This will be remembered forever. Family 8372-12 MAJOR GREETING CARD CO. Requires SALES REPRESENTATIVE la cover letlibridge end District to coll on existing account drug, chcin and variety Previous experience pre- ferred, but no! essential Tim is a salaried position with bonus. We prcvrde company car, training, plus alt normal fringe benefits. Please write Keith Hunt al The Holiday Inn or phone 328-1111 be- tween 10 o.m. and 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, March Uth or 15fh. LABOUR STANDARDS OFFICER IETHBRIDGE Board of Induslrml Relations, Depart- ment of Manpower and Labour, Under supervision promotes and enforces the observance of labour legis- lation. High School graduate with management experi- ence; experience in labour relations and contracts desirable. Must supply own vehicle. Salary range per month (currently under Closes March 22, 1973. Competition Number 6305-C-l. Information and application forms from: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA, PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE, ROOM JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING, 628 7th AVENUE S.W., CALGARY 2, AlBERTA. TRUCKING INDUSTRY SAFETY CONSULTANT Applications will be received up to March 23, 1973 for the position of safety consultant. Applicants should have ex- perience in safRly and the trucking fields. The job will be 1o analyze thn accident prevention needs of various sires ond lypcs of trucking companies, then to develop packaged Occident prevention programs to fit those needs, The appli- cant would then assist management to implement ond keep Ihe accident prevention programs operative. Send resume In writing marked "in Confidence" to fl. L Executive Secretory, Alberta Motor Transport As- sociation 2613A 14th Street S.W., Calgary, Alberta. Wages will be considered on experience, the chosen opplicant fill the job as soon after April I, 1973 as possible. Municipal Secretary, Brooks. Brooks, Alberta sc as to be received at the office up It 2-DO pm, M.S.T March 73, 1973, For: The Ccriskudtion of Curb and Gutter j Monolithic Sidewalk. j The approximate quantities involved j Concrete Curb and Cutler lin. rt. Monolithic Sidewalk Ifn. ft, and other related work Copies of Hie Drawings and Specifics- lions may be obtained Irom the Cal- gary Off Fee of Ihe Consul Mr g Engi- neer, Underwood McUellan and Asso- ciates Limited, 2550 Kensington Road N.W., Caloary, Alberta, ufwn a de- posit of S50.DO in cheque made payable lo the Engineers. Tenders rnuil be accompanied by a cerlilied cheque or Brd Bond In the amount of Ten OOTt) per cent of 1he total Tender Price, payabls to the Town of Brooks. Tenderers are also required to supply a Consent of Surety Form in the amount eqiwr lo Fifty (MTi-) per c 1he Conlract Sum. The Owner trie rignt to j waive all informalities in, or reject any or al! Tenders, or to acceol Kie Tender most favourable in the of Ihe Owner. fAr. E. l_ Linddufst, Municipal Seer el a ry, i Town of Brooks, I Brooks, Alberta. Underwood McLell6r> and Associates LimilEd, Consulting Professional Engineers, ?5dO Kensington Road W.W., Calgary, Alberla. BROWN We would like to express our deepest apprecia- tion and thanks to our neigh- bors and relatives for the kind- ness and sympathy extended to us during the passing of our beloved son Wayne. Also our! deepest thanks "to the ladies for the supper at the cruirch, the beautiful floral tributes, cards, food donated, and to all those who helped in any way. A spe- eia] thanks to Rev. Baldeo. Doug and Alice Kamitomo, and Edna and Wendy 8252-10 1968 Allls Chalmers no, 180 ctiesel wilh dual 1500 hrs, live P.T.O, good rubber, excellnnt condition; Rollo- Flex doier blade with hydraulic ram for above item will be sold separately. TRUCK 1969 Chev C-30 1 1on truck, dual tires 700-13 metaf grain box, cylinder hoist, original miles. Ex- cellent running condition. CULTIVATORS, RODWEEDERS AND DRILLS 1968 12 ft. RoUo-Flex spring loaded cultivator; 1968 12 fl. Allis Chalmers double disc wilh rubber lires; 12 ft- John Deere rodweeder, rubber tited; 8 ft. model "M" Noble V Blade; 14 John Deere hoe drill model 7 inch spacing, with fertilizer aitachmenl; 12 ft. OHver superior double disc presi drill wifh Kirschmonn fertilizer altochment. SWATHER, COMBINE, BAUR 1968 16 ft. Versatile no, 103 ieN-propelled swnther wilh Wisconsin 4 cyl. motor; Harris jell-propelled combine, no. 80 special, with pickup, cab and Hesiton slraw chopper; International no. 37 baler, P.T-O. OTHER EQUIPMENT 1968 Allis Chalmeri rock picker with hydraulic rormj Inland 40 ft. weed jproyer wilh regulator, pump, He.; Cherokee 30 ft. grain ouger with electric ilorl, Briggs ond Slratton motor; 16 ft. 4 Inch grain auger. MISCELLANEOUS 150 gal. cap. fuel tank and pump; Tire pump wilh electric motor; Teko pressure pump; Spark plug tire pumpi Set of jumper tables; 12 volt posl hole auaerr Hydraulic rams; Sproyer lank on wheels; 18.4x28 tractor tire choinij Set of duel chaini 700-1B quality of plastic hoie; Barb wire, fence posts, polw, plywood, AUCTIONEERS Dave McNab Gerald Thompson License No. 670 License No. 594 Phone 234-2206 Phone 627-4278 IN MEMOR1AM MARIETTA In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Ray Marietta, what passed away March 12, 1966, j No need for words except (o say I Still loved, still missed in way. remembered by i his wife, family and grand- children CANADA GAMES GENERAL MANAGER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBUITIES-Co-ordinote the work of vori- oui volunteer groups in planning for and staging Ihe 1775 Canodn Winter and relalinp with Ihe commun-'y in promoting such gomes. As o T us an tie penon, reporH to the Execulive of the Board of Direcfort. OUAUFICATIONS-Top level management experience with obilily to budget nnd maintain budget controls. Generat knowledge of sporfs and sporls organizolions. Bilingual- ism desirahle, but no' essential. MINIMUM DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT-The successful opplicant wilt be requiied for a period of two yean commencing approximately May 1973. In tee PS fed periods should apply in w riling, including a de failed resume by March ?0, 1973 to: AL8ERTA 1975 CANADA WINTER GAMES SOCIETY P.O. BOX T975 LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA DISPLAY ADS PHONE 84411 IRRIGATION SPECIALIST Brooks, Alberla Department of Agriculture, Irri- gation Division, has a challenging opening for on Agrologist with irrigalion experience. Administers an irrigation conservation and development program; advises farmers on soils oncl crops in relation 1o irrigation, land and water conservation. B.Sc. in Agriculture or Engineering, soil or irrigation Eligibility for membership in A.T.A. or Assoc. of P. Eng. and related experience. Salary range to per annum. .Closes March 23, 1V73. Competition Number (See address MEAT INSPECTORS Positions have been, crealed in Edmonton, Red Deer ancf Lethbridge to oversee processing operotioni and sanitary conditions in meal packing establish- ments. Duties include ante-mortem inspection of animals for slaughter and post-mortem inspection of oraans and red meat portions of the carcass. No shift work required for most positions. Requires o minimum of two years experience in meal inspec- tion and high school graduation preferred. to S8688 and presently under review. Competition lo per annum. Closes March 23, 1973. C-l. (See address Information ond application forms from! GOVERNMENT OF AlBERTA, PERSONNEl ADMINISTRATION OFFICE, ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING, 620 7th AVENUE S.W., CALGARY 2, AlBERTA. SEVENTH ANNUAL s 75 5 50 Open to all high school students in the Province of Alberta TRY YOUR FIRST PRIZE: inr jvun SECONOPRIZE. WINGS! 3 PRIZES OF: CLOSING DATE: April 1 6, 1 973 WRITE NOW FOR DETAILS AND REGULATIONS For complete information and fipnlicatinn forms, WTrte ;o: Supervisor Culture, Youth and Recreation 1 1th Floor, CN Tower trimonton. Alberta AND RECREATION PAT SCHNAAR Farm Auction Sale 16 miles west of FORT MACLEOD on SPRING POINT ROAD or 4W milei east of SPRING POINT COMMUNITY MALI. Lunch by Polnl Community Society SATURDAY, MARCH 17th SALE TIME 10 A.M. been favoured with inslructioni from Mr. Pert Schnnor WB wrll offer for following line of farm machinery as below, which is merely a and In no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or and is subject to deletions, errors or minor changes at you may find them day of the idle. TERMS CASH the day of the salt, wilh settlement in Ml before removal from Ihe farm. TRACTORS AND TRUCKS Cotkshutt 570 diesel, live P.T.O., hydraulics, bell pulley, hour meler and power steering; Oliver 88 gn> tractor with live P.T.O. and good rubber; I.H.C. W6 wirh farm hand, hay basket, manure scoop ond bale forkj 1950 IH.C. ton L150 series only miles, Twin cylinder Robin hoist, box and itoclc racki, HAY EQUIPMENT New Holland baler, model 270 hoyliner, P.T.O. with hydraulic bale tension? Massey Ferguson No. 57 IIK ft. trail-type power mower; Minneapolis 6 ft. semi-mount power mower; Massey Karris No. 11 tide-delivery roke; AlMi Chalmers round baler in good running condition; Chalmers forage harvester P.T.O., Allied 10 bale slooker. FARM EQUIPMENT 1 1 fl. Hoeme cullivalorj 8 fl. Noble Blode V blade- 6 ft. I.H.C. oneway; 12 fl. Massey Harris doubU disc high-whecl drill; 12 It. I.H.C. rod weeder; 12 ft. I.H.C. jwathe'r, pull lypc; sproyer with 30 boom; Several horse-drawn implements suitable for antiques or including: cultivators; hoy rakes, mowers, ond wogansr one horse-drawn mower just like MISCELLANEOUS JO inch grain grinder and belt; May roth 30 ft. groin ouger; 4 inch grain auger; Cemsnt mixor; 500-gal. double comportment fuel tank; 15 gal. cast-iron pot; Tractor chains; Duo! trucV chains; Set of 16 in. single truck chains? Feed bunks; Quantity of lumber ond corral rails; 180 it. of V cabler Set of driving harness; One single driving harness; Stock saddle; Bridles, and halters; Platform icales; 100 fr. roll of 1" plostic pipe; Half-Ion chain hoist; Catlle oilerr Branding torch ancf box; 100 Ib. propone bolllej Beam icale; Quan1i1y of grasi Blacksmith forge; Post drill; Loq chains; Grease guns; Shovels; Forks and numerout small lools Large quantity of scrap iron. ITEMS OF INTEREST TO ANTIQUE COLLECTORS Home comfort range; Several kerosene lamps; Two Alia din lomps fons never unpacked from original Iror. v.-ilh brcsi frim; Wash stand and dresier: oaV dining 1able; Sad Irons and flat Old meat grinder; Old glon canisters and fryi] Old Hudson Bay containers; Wooden laps; Butter paddle; Quantity of otd boMlei and crocVi Several boxes of old Set of sleigh belli and cow belli. AUCTIONEERS Dave McNab Gerald Thompson License No. 670 Phone 234-2206 license No. 594 Phone 627-4278 ;