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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Morch 27, 1973 THE ItTHBRIDSE HERAID 21 c avds Jhcinhs, ympathy flowers, cards and visits during the passinf if our beloved mother anc !randmother. Special thanks to Castor H. W. Martin, pallbear- ers; also for the outstanding services of Martin Bros. Funera Directors. remembered Schildwachter family 9339 HALL. I wish to thank the doctors and nursing staff of the Municipal Hospital and Family Medical Centre for the care given me during my stay in hospital; to my family, rela- tives, and friends for their visits, flowers and cards and gifts. Hall 9373 FREE IMPORTS About 45 per cent of all im ports enter Canada free of duty Canadians make about visits overseas a year. IN MEMOR1AMS BOYCHUK In loving mem ry of Maxine Boychuk, who assed away March 27, 1961. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by Maggie and Nick Makarenko. 9310 HOSK1NS In loving mem ory of a dear mother and grand mother, Bertha Florence, who passed away March 27, 1970. -Loved and remembered always. Evelyn and families. 937 FLEXHAUG In memory o my dear husband who passed away March 27, 1961. The joys we shared logethe Are Ihe memories we ho'. dear, The happiness you gave us Keeps you ever near. Chris, you never really left u Nor have you travelled f. Just entered in God's garde And left the gate ajar. Our family chain lias broke And nothing seems Ihe sam But as God calls us one one The chain will link again remembered by hi loving wife Ella. 93 Marshal hit by gunfire WOUNDED KNEE, S.D. (AP) federal marshal wounded in a major flareup of gunfire at ie besieged village of Wounded Don MCS-. ser, a shy, retiring fiddler whose Down East style of mu- sic captured a national au- dience during the last 40 years, died here Monday. He was 63. Messer, who stepped into the limelight in 1934 when his group began a radio show from Saint John, N.B., was pronounced dead on arrival at Victoria Gen- eral Hospital at a.m. Hos- pital officials said he appar- ently had suffered a heart at- tack. And after word of his death was announced, members of his popular band, The Islanders, said they felt the group had died with him. "I would imagine everything will come to a said Rac Simmons of Charlottetown, a clarinet player with Tlie Islanders since 1910. "He was the leader, end for now." I think it's the Julius (Duke) Neilson of Mon- ague, P.E.I., bass player with :lie group, said: "I think the band is done, myself. There's nobody to take over." All of the band members de- scribed him as a quiet, shy man who loved his country and its ausic. "We're all very shocked about libs said Marg Os- burne of Sussex, N.B., who joined The Islanders as a singer 'n 1947. Mr. Messer, bora in the town of Tweedside, N.B., travelled as a teen-ager to Boston where he studied classical violin for five years, living with an aunt and uncle and working as a busboy in restaurants to pay expenses. Travelling back to his native New Brunswick in the early de- pression year of 1930, Mr. ser returned to his first old-time, toe-tapping music. ance cf the purchase price shall be para" 20 days atfer acceptance cf the tender unless other arrange- menls are entered Inlo. Applications for B mortgage roan from eligible farmers will be consid- ered. For further details contact office of the Farm Credit corporation at Medicine Hat. The deposit of tfW. shall be forfeited by the successful tenderer if he re- fuses to complete the purchase after acceptance ot his lender. Cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be return- ed Immediately sfter there- of. The highest or any lender not nec- essarily accepted. All tenders shall be in a sealed envelope addressed to Farm Credit corporation, Chan- cery Hall. Edmonton T5J 2C5 and marked "TENDER 25757." Friends may pay their respects the Church from 1 p.m. on ursday until sen-ice time. ARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- ffs of Funeral Service. PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION BRANCH SEALED TENDERS be receiver by the unedrsisnsd up lo 11 o'clock A.M. en Tuesday, April 10, 1973, for 1IW corislructirn of the following Highway 1, Edmcnlcn City Limits lo N. SI. Alttrl Mile O.M to Highway 28A N. cf Jet. Hwy. 28 lo Namao Mile 0-80 lo Mil? 3.78 Asphallic Concrete pavement Approximate Quantity: Tons AsphaMic Concrete (from source of contractor's choice {J) Highway 2fl, cf Gibbons to N. of Jcl. Mile 25.84 to Mile 26.33 in .Vile 0.00 to Mile 0.98 Highway 37 Gfbbcns to Jet. H.vy. 31 9.9A to Mile 11.0? Grading, Soil-Cement Base and Other Approximate Quantities: Cubic Yards ol Excavation Tons of Soil-Cement Mlxlur Tons of Asphalfic Gray Base 5S7.KO Ton Wiles Haul Contracl and specifications may obtained at the office of I h e Chi Construction Engineer, Highways Bull ing, Edmonlcn, Alfa., the office of I Districl Engineer, 1707 Sixth Stree N.W., Caloary, Alberfa, and the of the District Engineer, Adminisl Buildinp, Lethbridge, Aiberla, and w available only to individuals islered and operating in the Provfi of Alosrta, or to partnerships or porafions registered and operating and who have established a fixed pla of business [n the Province of Alber A deposit of Twer.fy.FIve Dolla payable to Ih- Provlnc Treasurer, will be required tor ea copy cf the Conlracl and Specillcafk taken. Each bid musf 02 accompani by a marked cheque or bond equal lO'.f cf Tender. Tenders will be op ed in public. The lowest or any Terx not necessarily accepted. V. E. McCune, Deputy Minister of Ifld Transport. BULLOCK Nina McMullin, away in Calgary on turday, March 24th, 1973, at e age of 67 years, beloved fe of the late Lynn John Bul- ck of Barnwell. Mrs. Bullock as born in Raymond and she ad resided in the Barnwell strict since 1923. She is sur- ved by two sons, Max of aber and Cameron of Barn- ell, Alberta; four daughters, TS. Howard (Elaine) Oliver Lethbridge, Mrs. Clark Norma) Leavitt and Mrs. eith (Patricia) Sirrine both Calgary, Mrs, Ronald (San- ra) Sirrine of Mesa, Arizona; grandchildren and one great- randson; her mother, Mrs. -lizabcth McMullin of Leth ridge; two brothers, Arthur fcMullin of Vancouver anc >ean McMullin of Lelhbridge our sisters, Mrs. 'Sam Edythe) Fairbanks of LaCan da, Calif., Mrs. Grant (Pearl laws of Rainier, Alta., Mrs ack (Doris) Gray of Tabe and Mrs. Verle (Rowena) Mel drum of Raymond. Mrs. Bui ock was predeceased by hei msband on May 1st, 1971 am wo sons, Brent in 1942 an Robert in 1964. Funeral ser vices will be held in the Barn ivell L.D.S. Chapel on Wednes day, March 28lh at 2 p.m., wit Bishop Marlin Anderson off cialing. Interment will folio1 in the family plot in the Bam well Cemetery. Friends m: meet the family and p; their respects from 1 p.i prior to the service in the R lief Society room of the churc' CHRISTENSEN SALMON Fl NERAL HOME LTD., Dire tors of Funeral Service. C83 FUNERALS 1MAHE Funeral service ior j Sdward Frank (Eddie) Mohe, I jeloved husband of Mrs. May' Mahe of 1032 12th St. "B" S.' who died Monday, March 19, at the age of GO years, was held at 3 p.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating. Pallbearers were Al Halvorson, Roy Ellis, Karl Markus, Art Williams, Tom Crcighion and Bill Bik- man. Interment was in Moun- tain view Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fun- eral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. GILBORN Requiem mass for Mr. Daniel Henry Gilborn, beloved husband of Mrs. Eva Gilborn of Coutls who died at Milk River Wednesday, Marcii 21, 1973. after a brief illness at the age of 59 years, was said at a.m. Saturday in St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Milk River, with Rev. Father J. Schuster the cele- brant. Pallbearers were Roy Allen, Andrew Blaseili, Boyd lompson, Harold and Raj chards and Dennis Petrunia. onorary pallbearers were Jess utsman, Fred Bourgeois eve Larson, Bob Darling, Cam cKay, John Leister, Leo isowski and Jim Ihme. Inter ert was in the Milk River cmelery. Martin Bros. Ltd. irectors of Funeral Service as in charge of the arrange- isnls. FROM GREEK The disease epilepsy takes name from the Greek word f seizure, as the seizure or fit Ha characteristic riga. If you're in the market for a car loan, get it from the Royal Bank... MATLOCK Funeral service )r John Calmer Matlock, be-1 oved husband of Mrs. Laura latlock of 190C 18th Ave. S. 'ho died in the city Wednes- ay, Marcii 21, 1973, after a ong illness at Ihe age of 74 ears, was held at 1 p.m. SaUir- ay in Martin Bros. Memorial 'hapel, 703 isih St. N., with lev. Dr. H. W. K. Elliott ofii- iaMng. Pallbearers Al [cDpwell, Ed McMillan, Jack liggins, Joe Chengcr, Bill Gibson and Gayle John- on. Honorary pallbearers were merson Brown, Gosrge Egardie, Harold McLean, Tho- mas Parkinson, Dale Martin. [im Baldrey, Bob Munroe and J. F. Beny. Interment was Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors oi Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. GEORGESON Funeral ser- vice for Mr. William Ray- mond Gewgeson, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Lillian Georgeson of 527 Dieppe Blvd. who died in the cily Thursday, March 22, 1073, after a long illness at the age of 57 years, was held at :t p.m. Saturday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Honorary pallbearers were George W. Smith, Gordon Young, Gordon Anderson, Lloyd Barnes, Jack Brocklesby anil Charles Wells. Cremation fol- lowed. Marlin Bros. Ltd., Dir- ectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. and we'll pay toward your plates! It's very simple. We have in crisp new bills to put ifi your hand the moment we put through a Termplan Persona! Loan for you, for or more of new money, before June 29lh. No catches, no strings. No change in our interest Plut: life-insurance at no extra cost. You don't even have to be a Royal Bank customer. It's a good good that you may wonder what's in it for us. WeH, personal lending is a very important part of our business. We know that there are many people in the market .for money this spring, and we want to increase our share of the business. So, we're offering you the best incentive we know thing we know We haven't changed our interest rates, and there are no hidden charges. We hope to make the money back from the increase in volume. And you, the borrower, can reap the benefit now, with the assurance that the Royal Bank will never knowingly let you get in over your head. It doesn't matter whether you bank wilh us or not, and the only account you'II need to open is a chequing account for the loan repayments. This offer applies to anybody who can qualify for a loan. Just talk to your local Royal Bank manager before June 29. be in a better position to make the best deal if you know you've got the money. So arrange your loan before you shop for the car. Or, if you need a loan for something, else, we'll still give you cash. Something else we can give 40 page book called "Your Money with lols of sound advice on managing your finances. It's just one of the many helpful services you'll find at your Royal Bank branch. Do something nice for yourself at the ROYAL BAN K ;