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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 84 GARDENING Tuesday, May 1, 1973 THE UTHBP.IDGE HERAlD 21 NEW LAWNS, FENCE BUILDING. Odd lobs. Phone 328-8583. 1467-11 ROTOTILLING 345-3417 or 328-3621. 1527-4 WILL DO ROTOTILLING. REASON- able rates. Phone 9S87-9My ROTOTILLING DONE GOOD JOB guaranteed. Phone 328-4065. 939-tf FRANK'S ROTOTILLING. service. Phone 328-7389. PROMPT 9823-30J WELL ROTTED CHICKEN AND COW manure. Delivered. Phone 327-32S9. 1641-2J WELL ROTTED MANURE FOR SALE Delivered. Phone 327-6520 or S27-7918, after 4 p.m. 1156-7M LAWNS AERATED AND POWER raked. Mike Eobak, phone 32M777. ROTOTILLING, YARDS CLEANED. Reasonable rates. Phone 327-8433. 454-tf MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell ing Call 328-2054. 7030-tf GARDEN MUMS, PANSIES, AND geraniums, Spanish onion plants Ap- ply Dan's Greenhouse. 1507-tf HEAVY DUTY ROTOTILLING. SAT- isfacticn guaranteed. Phone 3271227. 543-12my EIGHT H.P. ROTOTILLER FOR fast and efficient service. Phone 328- 1208-tf ROTOTILLING, LAWNS PUT IN, GEN- ERAL LAWN AND GARDEN CARE. FREE ESTIMATES. PHONE 327-8063. 1045-7 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES J hank BIRTHS LEAV1TT Vern Donna are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Rosalind Lee (7 Ibs., 5 ozsj, born Sun- day, April 29, 1973 at St. Mich- ael's Hospital. Insured. 1650 O'BIUEN Mr. and Mrs. Jen-y O'Brien are pleased to announce the birth of their son Shaun William, born Monday, vice. April 23rd, 1973, at the Leth-1 bridge Municipal Hospital. 1652-2 DEATHS DOMAGALA Passed away suddenly in the city cu Monday, April 29, 1973, Stanley John Domagaia at the age of 14 years, beloved sen of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Domsgala oi i'424 7ih Avenue S. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors cf Funeral Ssr- C9H7 KALUSKA Passed away _______________ in Raymond on Tuesday, May 11. 1S73, Mr. Jan Kaluska at thu DEATHS .'age of 66 years, bsloved hus- band of Mrs. Zophia Kaluska of ALLEN Passed away in i Funeral arrange- Calgary on Saturday, April 28, l'J73 following a br-ef illness. Mrs. Betty Kathleen Allen at the age of 53 years, bebved wife of Mr. Chester Allen of i Barons. Born raised and will b3 a-nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direcicrs of Funeral Ssr- HEAVY ROASTING HENS PAN :_ n ready five 1o six tbs, Ib I c'-ted in a discount en dozen lots Fryers. Free her gl'idUSJOn Ul delivery. Custom killing. HelTiuth 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES ,nd following 1939 the late years in Cyoio-tf nurse's training in Edmcn'.cn. She returned to Barons to bs ___________ _ ___ married and has resided there POODLES MINIATURE BLACK, j ever since. She was very ac- femaie. Phone :2e 7336._______im-it tlve jn community clfairs un GUINEA PIGS FOR SALE. PHONE J the time of her illness and j worked as librarian and sch: Sh HJ Ji' 1U1A-, VJ- Picture Butte on Sunday, April ]v of Coelhurst, at the age of ing. Pallbeareis Gcr.cn 29. 1973. following a lengthy ill- 79 years. Bern at Agarimichi- Lor.-.c Bleckburn. Jim Nome. Bill Hay. Bill Johnson, Tern McLean and Milt Clel- land. Interment was in the family ploL in Mountain View Cemetei-y. Martin Bros. Ltd., vears of Iron Twenty three suites with ranqe and refrigerator, drapes and to wall csrpet in every suite. Additional rev enue available from pop machine and laundry facilities We'l landscaped j and an excellent investment For further Information chone KEY REALTY INSURANCE 1521 oth Ave S. Phone 328-M71 l 1 Springs, beloved wife cf the late Mr. John Slomp. Bom in Hol- land, (he late Mrs. Sbmp cams IT Canada to Iron Springs in '1918, Is'er moving to Brooks in 1953. She returned to Iron Springs in 1S39 and has con- tinued to rcsidj t'.-cre un'il hsr passing. She is survived by three sons. Messrs. Tieme Slomp of Slomp cf March 20, 1894. Us cama to Vancouver in 1911 and moved to Coalhurst in 1943, where he farmed until his retirement to Taber i'i 19S5 Survivors include Directors of Funeral Service, his wife, Namiyo of Taber; one jv.as in charge of thi arrange- son, Ray of Vauxhall; mcnts. daushtca-s, Miss Mary Adachi Calgarv, Mrs. Herb (Emiko) WALKER Funeral service Mrs. Gordon cttyl Lecng. Calgary; eight I j ..___.. -i j Coaldale, John grandchildren; Me sister. Has- 303 25th St., Calgary, who died Thursda for Mrs. Aileen Walker, beloved wife of Mr. Allan V. Walker of 89 LOANS AND INVESTAAENTS Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. ColleQS PhcnQ C25 3221 Residential prcpf Fa'rns and ranches. Ci'y or Lowest interest available and second mortgages L r o o k s. Henry Slonip of Iran Spr.ngs, three dnudi'.ers, Mrs. Grace Deark Mis. E. Bor- konta cf Brooks, Mrs. H. tHen- nyl Dronlelaar of Ircn Springs; 22 grandchildren; two brothers, J. Stecnbergen and Mr. F S ssr.tergen bc.h cf Holland. The funeral will be held en Wcdnasday at 2 p.m. in the llron Springs Cnristian Re- i formed Church, v.ith Rev. Ho- mcr SamplMius officiating. In- suddelliy ln the aty Thursday i o.vn First MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 MORTGAGES All of mcrtaace financing- In small and old homes Call CITY REALTY At'D INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Avc r-oi'tn. :28-3151. C77ii-tf 90 CONTRACTS C9116 will fol'ow in the fam- tery. In lieu cf flowers frioncls m'-iy donate to the Ivnma.iuel Christian School. C02 Cvh Avon- u-> N Fricnc's mav rav their I for Mrs. Sarah Jane (Sadie) be April 3 f United Church, Taber, on Wed- nesday, May 2, at p.m., with Rev. Kenreth Morris of- ficiating. Remains will be for- warded to Calgary for crerna- iicn. In lieu cf flowers dona- tions lo the Taber General Hcs- pital (Physiotherapy Depart- ment) appreciated. HUMPH- RIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Trbsr, in charge of arrange- ments. FUNERALS Y Funeral service rl Martin'Brcs. TRA- D'TIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd A-.enue S.. phone 323-2561. MA.HTIN BROS. LTD Direct- ors of Funsral Service. BRASS Herbert, passed PRIVATE homes only. romplotp paintinq cpr vice. Reasonable rates. v.ork. For free estimate call 322 1955 1.191 2 a a y suddenly in Hardievill: on Sr.tir.-day. April 23th. 1973. at the age of GO" years, beloved htsbaicl cf F-arch Brsss c! Dla- Mr. Brcss was bom or. Oclcror 1, 1312. He was Murray, beloved v.'ifc of AT Cccrgc Murray of 727 21st St. S. died in the city Monday, April 16. af er a long ill- ness r.t the afro c." 86 years, held al 1 p.m. Wednesday in Souihmlroter United Church with Rev. Dr. H. W. K. Ellicit olfic'ating. Pallbearers were David, h, Bruce, Ian end Brian Murray and Pat CJark. Li'ermcnt was in tha family plot in Mcun.ain View FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 327-5087, 3233983 523 12my FOR RUMPUS ROOMS, KITCHEN cupboards, remodellinq and repairs Phone B. Raven, 327-3219. Free esti- mates. CM92-tf 00 YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or repairs In vour home' E Phone 328-2237 end L Construction. 7699-1 f GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK and stuccoing Anderson and Construction, 1020 7th Avc. S. Phone 317-6632. C7377-H FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS t.'O MAINTENANCE NO ING PHONE IOMES ROOFING, 32S- 5745. C1936.ll ALL REPAIRS-CARPENTRY, ROOF-- nci specializing in chimneys, brick, blocks, cement fmishinci stuc- fircplfires, house raisino nir) moving. C87-15-tf BOX NUMBERS 4 13 IS 16 26 36 44 46 47 PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read the'r ad yertlsements and REPORT ERRORS n time for the next insertion. The Henld Is only responsible for the flrsl ncorrcct Insertion, _. __. e' PcepcekHs Ke- j Cemetery. Margin Ltd., s.-ne. Us and work- ed in various areas in Saskatch- ewan. In 1953 lie returned to the reserve, where he was chief tor two years. lie moved to Al- bcita in'l983 and worked at dif- ferent places. He spent his last three years in Diamond City. He was a member of the Na- tive Friendship Society of Alberta. He believed in a good life for all mankind. Besides his loving wife. Sarah, he is survived by three sons, Dsrryl cf Enchant, Valrae and Mack of Hardieville; three daughters, Aldonna Keewatin of L e t h bridge. Ursula of Pic- ture But'.e and Pctra at home; 17 graiick'hilcli-vii: four broth- Camnbdl. Donald, George arid Douglas and two sisters, Ruth and Joan. He was prede- ceased by one son, Frederick in and by his mother and father in Ihe early fifty's. Fu- neral services will be held in the Christ enscn Chapel on Wed- nesday. May 2 at 2 p.m., with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiat- Directors cf Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. of 53' years! was held Saturday in Southmireter United Church vuth Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Ralph Tennant, Doug Smith, George Stedman, Gordon Coyle, Jack Jonas and Chick Richard- son. Honorary pallbearer was Dr. F. T. Preston. Interment was in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. 1 WATSOX Funeral service for James McConnell Watson, Magrath resident and an active member of the Church of Jesus Clirist of Latter-day Saints and High Priest Group Leader of his ward who died Sunday, April 22, 1973, at the aga of 73 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wed- nesday. April 1973. in the Magrath LDS Chapel with Bish- op R. Mark Dahl officiating. Pallbearers were Tom and Kim Karren. Wes and Bob Rice, Allan West and Jim Blumell. Interment was in the Magrath Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FUNERALS VANDER LEEST Funeral service for Tina Vander Leest, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Vander Leest of NcMeford who died at Calgary Friday April 13, 1973, at the age of 21 years, was held at 3 p.m Tuesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. James Visscher officiating. Pallbearers were Arnold H. Lubbers, Gerrit Ko- erselman, Neil Van Seters, Anko Bakker, John Hummel and John Tarns. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. DAVIS Funeral service for G. Rider Davis, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Eloise Davis of Fort Macleod who died Sun- day, April 22, 1973, at the age of 84 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Christ Church An- glican with Rev. R. Hunt offi- ciating, assisted by Archdeacon C. Swanson. Pallbearers were Leishton Buckwell, Grey Cress- man, John Davis, Noel Daherty, Alan Grier and Charles Reach. Intel-mart was in tha Union Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd.. Fort Macleod, Directors cf Funsral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. WEISS service for George Ira Weiss, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Lela Weiss of Champion who died at Vulcan Monday. April 16, 1973, after a brief illness at the age of 61 years, was held at 3 p.m. Thurs- day in Southminsler United Church with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating Pallbearers were Colin Mackenzie, Cecil Helgeson, Henry Barrows, Earl Jensen. Albert Robinson and Henry Dalton. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS ZUEHLKE We would like to express our appreciation and thank the friends and relatives in the Warner community for the farewell party and lovely gifts W2 received. Mabel and Armand Zuehlke KING I wish to express ray sincere thanks to my rela- tives and friends for visits, gifts, flowers and cards while I was a pa'.ient in the Muni- cipal Hospital. Special thanks to my doctors, nurses and staff on the third floor for their care and attention. Maggie King IN MEMORIAMS PAPP In loving memory of a dear friend, Ted Papp, who passed away April 30, 1971. Time goes on but memories stay, As near and dear as yester- day. remembered by friends. 1571 BURLA In loving memory of Michael Burla, who passed away April 30, 1938. The years are swiftly passing But still we don't forget, For in the hearts that loved you Your memory lingers yet. remembered by his wife and family. 1372 Strike marks V.K. May Day By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Workers throughout the world celebrated May traditional the usual parades, holidaying and c. 24-hour strike in Britain. Chinese gathered in Peking parks today under fluttering red flags to mark International La- bor Day, the official Hsinhua news agency reported. It said party and government officials joined the celebrations, which included music, dancing and variety performances. The '-ere not identified, but it A-ay 'light unlikely that 79- year-oL Chairman Mao Tse- tung was among them. Coinciding with Moscow's vast May Day festivities, the Soviet news agency Tass re- ported that Communist party loader Leonid Brezhnev has been awarded one of four Lenin Peace Prizes given this year. He was the only Russian picked by the prize committee and the first politburo member so hon- ored since Nikita Khrushchev in 1959. The other Lenin prize-winners were President Salvador Al- lende of Chile; Enrique Pasto- rino of Uruguay, president of Miners to meet premier BUCHANS, Mid. (CP) Un- ion leaders were preparing to- day to meet in St. John's Wednesday with Premier Frank Moores to discuss wavs of set- ,7T _ tling a miners' strike" that has i Vorld Federation of Trade festo calling for curbing "the abuse oi power by big multina- tional companies which repre- sent some of the worst features of capitalism." It said the inter- national giants "consistently threaten Uie monetary and eco- nomic stability of whole regions and thus affect the workers' livelihood, while in developing countries they are apt to prac- tis ea particVarly dangerous form of neo-colonialism." North Vietnam celebrated In- ternational Labor Day with a big military parade and a warn- ing to the United States that "the situation in dochinese peninsula the official Vietnam News Agency reported. the In- is very resulted in several violent in- cidents. James Aldridge. Bntlsh author Reports circulating in this Breznnev kicked off the an- town of about said recre- Da> throuSh c sentalives of American Smelt- 1 a sPesch ing and Refining Ltd. also had agreed to meet with the pre- mier. Mr. Moores asked both par- lies to meet Mm following vio- lence Monday. About two "dozen RCMP were patrolling the streets here early today but police said all was quiet. In Monday's incidents two cars and a railway caboose were burned and six company cars were overturned. The miners are angered by the alleged refusal of the com-! pany to resume contract talks, i James Hart, company opera-! tions manager, said'in an inter- j view late Monday it is time the provincial government inter- venes in the dispute. He said that if action is not> taken soon, the company will consider pulling out. emphasizing detente. Speaking from Lenin's tomb, he told the thousands massed in the square that recent Soviet foreign policy is part cf a policy i of peace. The party leader however, that the Sonet Union must remain vigilant against "forces hostile to peace." ASKS POWER CURB In Brussels, the International i Confederation of Free Trade' Unions issued a May Day mani- Former Montana state official is acquitted HELENA, MOXT. (AP) Former stale official George McGaffick was acquitted of of submitting fraudulent travel expense claims. McGaffick, 60, v.ss once co- ordinator of the now defunct state Natural Resources Coun- cil. The suit claimed McGaf- fick had overcharged the state by 31.175 in travel expenses while he held the pest. It was claimed he had turned in travel claims for trips he did not make. Pattern Pattern 7297 IN MEMORIAMS MARTIN In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Thomas Martin, who passed away April 30, 1971. While he sleep, lies in peaceful Nixon conciliatory to press WASHINGTON (AP) -Presi- dent Nixon followed up his Wa- tergate speech Monday night by extending an olive branch to the press. Without notice, Nixon showed up in the White House press- briefing room and told report- i ers he had had his differences with them in the past. He then added: "Just continue to give me hell when you think I'm wrong. "I hope I'm worthy of vour trust." With that, the president walked from the room. In his speech, the president His memory we shall always keep. remembered by Mae, Kyoto and family. 1573 HILL In loving memory of a dear wife and mother, Mary Hill. Peacefully sleeping, resting at last. The world's weary troubles and trials are past. In silence she suffered, in patience she bore. 'Til God called her home to suffer no more. remembered and sadly missed by her hus- band Frank, daughters, son and their families. 1647 had given a "vigorous free press" part of the credit for ex- posing the Watergate scandal. Nixon has not always made conciliatory gestures toward the press. At his now-famous news con- ference following an unsuccess- Surprise and delight her with a Sunday-best dress! She'll whirl off happily to parties in this lacy dress in pineapple pattern stitch. Cro- chet of mercerized crochet- ful race for governor in Califor- kiting cotton. Pattern 7297: nia in 1952, Nixon said: "You won't have Dick Nixon to kick around any more." sized 2, 4, 6 included. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque caoii, Nixon s comments Monday ior monev order, Add 15 Ce4nts mght contrasted sharply with {or each" pattern for first-class the earlier position taken by and SDeciaj handlillg Ronald L. Ziegler, his press secretary. Only two weeks ago, Ziegler refused to apologize to a news- paper that had helped uncover the conspiracy, saying his past attacks would "stand the test of time." _ to Alice Brooks> Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Front Street West Toronto 1. OntarK Readers Mail Limited Make a memorable entrance at parties in a glamourous caf- tan. Just 2 main parts sleeves and dress are all one! Printed Pattern 4986: NEW Half Sizes Sm. Med. (Kla, Lge. (18'a, Med. Size yards 60-inch fabric. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STVLE NL7-IBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, care of ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. BALDWIN Funeral set vice for Rusfall George Baldwin, beloved husband of Mrs. Vita Baldwin cf Bow Island who died at Bow Island Thursday. April 12, 1S73 at the age of 28 years, was held at 1 p.m. Tu- esday in Martin Bros. Memor- ial Chapsl, 703 33th St. N., with Rev. 0. R. Hodge offici- ating. Pallbearers were Mike Credico, Al Hominiuk, R o y Landy, Tom Yates, Darryl 01- sen and Adam Brodoway. In- terment was in Mountain View j Oirstetevy. Mai tin Bros. Ltd.. i Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. Interment follow in the Mountain Cemetery. CIIRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Police seek man for tjiiestiouiug EDMONTON (CP) Police i in Edmonton today are seeking a 36-year-old man for question- ing after the body of his wife was found in their south Ed- monton home Monday night. Soon there will be thousands of students looking for summer work. Student workers can be an asset to any sized business. Student workers are willing and eager. They learn quickly and have useful training to offer. In addition to nearly 400 Canada Manpower Centres across the country, we've set up 200 special Centres for Students. We can match the right student to the job you have lo get done. Call your Canada Manpower Centre. Many businesses have already discovered that student workers can be a valuable asset. Maybe you've been missing out on a good thing. Canada Manpower Centre urd lu-ignt on fiatcrtA-3 as, Sillier du Canada d cwuvrft Imn oration Hire a student this summer-" it's good business. ;