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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuridny, May 4, 1975 THE lEHIBRIDGE HERAID 21 GARDENING CONTRACTS 61 TEACHERS BiAlii, -DealL, Junerah, S Canh Oj 1 LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC 1 It'P WITH LARGE YEL- VJ Phone WOfr-tf J. Constrtction, 328-3670 .or 5-4630. l34Mf 1 IHG PROMPT SER- M.-50B1 _________ C OTOT LLIHG. GOOD JOB CUAR- n NTEED PHONE 32HMS. WORK FENCES OR ir-ties Guaranter-d worK. Free estl- ates. Phone 35B-79CS. 9W8-4MY Junior and Senior High School Choral and Instrumental Apply to: Robert A. Kimmiit Superintendent cf Schools Lcthbridge Catholic Schools 534 18 Street ROTTED MANURE, GOOD TOP -J Phono 328-32B9. evtninai. _____ NOTICES PL'IIL Passed away in the ty on Monday. May 1, 1972, allowing a lenglhy illness, Mr. lalman Puhl, at the age of 89 ears of 542 12 St. K., beloved usband of the late Mrs. erezia Pnhl. Prayers will be aid on Thursday, (tonight) at p.m., in Martin Bros. IEMOH1AL CHAPEL, 70S 13 t. N. Requiem Mass will be elebrated on Friday at .111., in St. Basil's Catholic Jhurch, with Rev. Father Jruce Field celebrant. Inter-nent follow in the family lot, Mountain View Cemetery. "Mends may pay their respects it Martin Bros. M E M ORfAL :HAPEL, 703 a st. N. MAR-TO BROS. LTD., Directors of Service. CARDS OF THANKS IENSKN Our eleepest up- 9 cdation and heartfelt thanks S the people of Raymond and fit rroimding district for their M endship, love and thoughtful- Jl ss concerning the recent loss ffl our home by fire. God bless a 11 all. IH Jeannine and family m 1375 'fl 3 ill be .cccpled for in> removal cf malcly 3 miles 'J power c the area- 50 f Bits Ccnlact Bert Hilsson, I erelnry-TrcKurer. R. E. A. Id, phone KJ.3BM DA" PUT IN AND ODD i DBS. PHONE _______ g TREES. YOU I Vm.lhiM.riM lor I.KinO. i V II DP received until S p.m. May 19th S c the purchase of lots 11 and 1 15. -ock 1J, Plan ccaldale M74AA Formerly known at the old Economy 1 trner Tenders shall mclude j; roposa! for [levelowmenl of this site nd the estimated cost of aevelopmenl. c Zoning General Ccmmeraetl. LC.J-si or any tender not nocensorily ac- I C To'.vn of Coaldale BOX 570 w Lethbridge, Alberta T1J 3E7 MANURE IN PLASTIC RUUHU n Coalhursl 'S'nhS: HARDY CHRYSANTHE- num 313 "1" c Jcck Coyle- I008'5 We wish to convej ffl r sincere gratitude to all our m ends, neighbors and relatives m 10 helped in any way during j r recent bereavement 1 o r H leir expressions of sympathy, H oral tributes, cards. Koden 9 nd food. Our heartfelt thanks W Reverend L. Kawamura for 9 s guidance, Christensen Sal- a on Funeral Home and to mem- JJ8 ers of the Lethbridge Honpa m uddhist Church. May we also >M tills time extend our belated m auks to the doctors and nurses ml r their attention and concern veil to our beloved Pamela H uring her brief confinement in ie Lethbridge Municipal Hos- OjL tal. To our friends and rela- ves our appreciation for the H lospital visits, flowers, gifts SB nd cards. We thank you all. It as deeply appreciated. 62 EDUCATIONAL TREE SURGERY -FREE BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliot School of Broadcasting. NURSERIES 65 LOST AND All Plants guaranteed Free ellvery lo Lethbridge. SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 2 BY-LAW No. I 5Y THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF ,SE ALBERTA WHEREAS: t i-> deemed expedient by the Btard f Trustees of the Cardstcn School Div s en Nc. the Province L( ftlber a the sum cf Fwr Hundred Thousand 001 DcUars should be borrowed en ie s-curity cf the said Division by he issue of debentures repayable to h- bearer in Twenty-flve (251 equal consecutive annual Installments with at the rate of no) more than 9 ;er cerium (9) per annum (cr the ollownq purposes, namely: En arainq !he Gymnasium of Trie new old 4igh Sclml and constructing of 8 new High School. Classrcoms Hornf cr, 350-.1SO. Strayed from Alsask stock-yards, Aoril '27. Reward fcr infcrma. Tloti leading to recovery. ROTOTILLING lawns put in. Prompt service at rate STRAYED FROM HOFER BROTHERS, Stirling. One black white face, two year old heifer and one red white face, two year o d. right rib- 75WM1- ROTOTILLERS, AERATORS, EEDERS POWER RAKES, LAWN WARD'S. 32B-877i. Passed away 66 VALUE VIL' AGE FOR ALL YOUR GARDEN AND LAWN NEEDS PMI mossi Isrliliier; weed spray; oest" sprays; shrubs, bulbs and grass seed rise bushes A Gm" citv on Tuesday, May 2, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Elizabeth Gaetz at the age of 78 years, beloved wife of Mr. George Gaetz of 133 19th St. N. Born and raised in New York, .he late Mrs. Gaetz came to Alberta and homesteaded in the Medicine Hat area with her :amily. Following her marriage in 1917 she homesteaded with ler husband in the Foremost area, moving to Turin in 1926 and to Lethbridge in 1941, where she has resided until her passing. Besides her loving husband she is survived by three sons, Messrs. Peter Gaelz, o jjthbridge. George Gaetz, o Fort Vermillion, Joe Gaetz, of Lethbridge; four daughters, Mrs. A. (Mary) Buttazzoni. of Lethbridge, Mrs. E. (Kay) Kenning, Lethbridge Mrs. E. (Martha) Wojtowlcz, Picture uttc, Mrs. W. (Helen) Griffith, of Angus, Ontario; 15 grand children and one great-grara daughter: one E'.ep son. Mr. Anthony Gaetz; two step-daughters, Mrs. V. (Lena) Madsen, PictureButte.Mrs.R. (Barbara) Neville, Lethbridge; three EMERY'S BOOKING SERVICE dance croups fcr ail occasions. Wed-dirtps, Gluts, etc. Phone ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-E019 or 328-3346. after able rales. Phone 328-9597. AND DECOUPAGE CLASSES. MO FOR five three hour lessons. Includes seme supplies. Phone 328-9-liS; alto phone if interred in other craft clastos. H00'0 3 preparation and Yesterday 3 H Bruce Cabot, 67, H vho starred in the film classic H King Kong, of lung cancer. 9 TEENS Are you living with problem flrlnke In your home? There Is understand-Ina and help for you Phone Jean Marilyn 32B-B972; Jane 227-7QB6. To calls please. and equipment Adm nistration Areas Room, Gymnasia at an estimated cost, including Arch Fifty Thousand Dollars Contribution from Reserve Leaving balance to M Amour.) to be borrowed: Four Hundred Fit v Thousand (S4SO.OOO.CO) Del repayable to the bearer In Twenty-five consecutive annual installments with interest at not more than nine per cent [9f-l ner annum. THEREFORE: the Beard of the said Division enacts proceedings be taken under the School Act to obtain the cf the local Aulhcnt.es Board cf Alberta to obtain the sa d J. That upon aporoval In v.Tlitlng by the Local Authorities Board for the said '.SKraSK j? D'b-ntures of the Mid Board will bt issued fcr esch amount so authorized, payable to the bearer In twenty-fve consecutive annual Installments with interest at not more than nine per cent per annum payable innually. In the event that provision for the redemption cf the "Id debentures is nol made on the date of maturity, the said debentures are to bear interest at the rate set out therein until provision fcr redemption is made at and notification mailed to 1lv Bank specified in the debentures. The Debentures to be Issued under this By-Law shall be executed by the Chairman arid Treasurer of the Board. THEREFORE: Notice is hereby given by the Board of the said School Division that unless a poll of the proprietary electors of the said School Division tor and aga nst the said Debenture Loan Is demanded as provided by the School Act, the said Board v.-lll apply to the Loca Authorities Board for authority to borrow the said sum by debentures. Of which all persons Interested ore hereby notified, and they are required to govern themselves accordingly. Chester walburger Dated at Cardstcn this 24th day of INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPRIETARY ELECTORS IN A SCHOOL DIVISION A poll may be demanded In a school Division by a demand signed by a 2 per cent of the electors In a district or division having electors cr mere, or b. S per cent cf the electors in a district or division having less than 10000 but electors or more, or c. 10 cer cent cf the electors in a dist-ricl cr divbicn having loss than but 503 electors or more, or d. 15 per cent of the electors in cr division having less than 500 The demand fcr a poll shell be In the form prescribed by the Minister and must be delivered to the secretary of the Division, cr. in his presence to the Chairmsn of the Board of Trust CPS fifteen days after the date cf" posting of the last publication in a newspaper of this notice. Proprietary elector means an elector who Is liable to assessment and tax PETS AND DATING By computer for fun, friendship or marriage- Send name, address and aoe in confidence to: COMMAT, Box 13B5, Great Falls, Montana, 59403. Respectable adults only. 9709-IQmy 9580-1 PUPPIES, REGISTERED Phone 22J-4130, Taber. Kenneth Ham- HI ton Bailey, 73, a former Aus- j high commissioner to Canada and federal solicitor eneral, after a long illness. H Wasliingion, Edgar Hoover, 77, director of the Fed- m ral Bureau ol Investigation H ince 1924, of hypertensive car- H diovascular disease. m Palm Springs, Calif.-Harry K loe Brown, 81, motion-picture H director and producer who was B a silent-film pioneer and later m to prominence with Ran- H dolph Scott westerns. Rio DC Janeiro, Alex- m ander Lenard, 62, the Hungar- 3 an-born scholar who translated K ,Vinm'e the Pooh into Latin. E Mississauga, Mary Fix, former reeve of Toronto Town- B ship and the first woman M warden of Peel County. i Hollvwood, Film ac- jjj tress Gia Scala, 38, who acted in the Guns of Navarone, Tlie E Tunnel of Love and Four Girls I in Town, from an overdose of I narcotics and alcohol. 1 Detroit, Vmcenzo Oris, B POINTER PUPPY. ?Tm 10th N. 327-6724. SHORTHAIR POINTER. Reasonable price. Phone 32B-35U, alter i p.m. ATTENTION Anyone having any knowledge or information whatsoever concerning WAR ADAMS, Who died in CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA, October 12, 1936, please contact his nephew, Gccrge F. Sanbcrn, Gecrge Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick. Any information at all, no mailer how lillle would be appreciated, even anyone who simply rcmembc him. KITTENS TO BE GIVEN Iwiy Six v.'eeKs old. Two males, one Phone 326-3193. FEMALE COCKER Spaniels. Three months old. Phsne 358-4S93, 6-8 p.m. WHITE TINY TOY POODLE pups from registered stock. Eight month old male! brown Welsh pony-Real nenlle, rides md drives. Phone Coults. 67 SERVICES AND KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SERVICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETHBRIDGE 32B-S962. NE MONTH OLD CHIHUAHUA. GMd with children and hcuso broken, 1509 19th Ave., Coaldale. Phone 345-34BS. nine step-greatgrandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Anne Shosteek, Vcrnon, B.C., Mrs. Katie Grenier, Princeton, B.C.; two brothers, Messrs. Nick Singer, Vernon, B.C. and John Singer, Princeton, B.C. She was predeceased by on son. The funeral service will b held on Friday at a.m in Martin Bros. MEMORIA CHAPEL, with Rev. Fathe Bruce Field officiating. Inter ment will follow in the Moun Calvary section, Mountain Vie Cemetery. Friends may pa their respects on Thursday evening at Martin Bros. MEMOR IAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N phone 328-2361. MARTI BROS. LTD., Directors of F neral Service. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-51 U. BUSINESS HAVE YOUR FURNITURE REUP-holstered for less. Professional workmanship. Phone 337-81J2 or 328-9525. CLUB CAFE. AT RAYMOND, A berta. Air conditioned. Good k, Chen raclllties. Good location en mam reot. Phone 752-3196. MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vlces on all makes of washsrs and dryers, automatic or conventional. Asa all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners. e1c. No ob too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Phore 327-J456. SALE RAYMOND CLEANERS. Building for sale also. Box 461, Raymond. Phone 752-3582. 1264-31 SHOE AND LEATHER repair shop. All machinery and equipment. S1000. Don Dr.emeyer, Box 4611, Sunburst, W.ont. 70 SETTLE ESTATE-LARGE STORb, ideal iccatlcn, main street Claresholm suitable tor retail yenlure. Could be divided. 14 rooms above for living Suarters, rooms. Exceptional at SI3.500. Contact M. Ramage, 335-3161, Porcupine Hills Lodge, Clares, holm. the fourth person ever to undergo the transplant of a me- i chanical heart booster pump, of 1 severe pulmonary complications and a kidney problem. 1 1 Cannes, France P e t e r I READY TO GO ROTOTILLING. Phone 327-6929. LLOYD'S ROTOTILLING, WITH NEW machine. Phone 32B-2J17. ROTOTILLLING BOOK NOV.'! 1 cent sq ft Phone 327-1033. REQUIRED SERVICING COMPANY, ESTABL SH-FR OOUTES, NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PRODUCT. 5-10 HOURS PER WEEK. NO SELLING REQUIRED EXTREMELY HIGH PROFITS. INVESTMENT S500 TO FINANCING AVAILABLE TO RESPONSIBLE PERSONS ONLY. REPLY TO -L-Y HOLDINGS LTD. p 0 BOX 24515, STN. "C" VANCOUVER, B.C. 63, one of Britain's 8 most daring secret agents in j France during the Second World 1 War, after a long illness. 1 Christiansted, St. Law- 1 renct M. Angus, 54, president ol 1 the People's Bank of the Virgin 1 Island and a native of Saskat- chewan, following a stabbing in- I cident. E Jlontrcal Stan Breard, 54, former shortstop for Montreal 1 Royals of the International I League, in hospital following a 1 long illness. f Lucie Noel, 72, Paris 1 fasliion editor for the Associated Press, in an American hospital j at Neuilly following a long ill- I ness. j MUELLER Funeral se vice for Miss Dawn Vivian Mueller- beloved daughter o Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mueller 2810 6th Ave. S. who died in th city at the age of 17 years, w held at p.m. Wednesday Martin Bros. Memorial Chape 703 13th St. N., with Re Florence Wilkinson officiatin Pallbearers were Danny Mue ler, Herb Culler, Richard An dreachuk, Fred Tyrrell and D vid Carpenter. Interment w in Mountiin View Cemeter Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors o Funeral Service, was in char of the POWER RAKING, AERATING, FERTILIZING FREE ESTIMATES. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PHONE 328.0776. TWO HUNDRED BIRCH PYRAMID-ALPS JUNIPERS. MUGOPINES, CO-TONE ASTERS. Phone 327-0226. No Sunday calls. RENT A POWER RAKE, ESPECIAL-ly designed to aerate arid remove grass from green tawns. If man available. Jchn Forrest Color Centre. 327-2383; evenings 327-1395. AGENCIES LTD. (Established 1927) PHONE 328-3331 with the Leader" AUTO COURT 2o SEPARATE UNITS IN POPULAR SUMMER RESORT. EXCELLENT RETURNS FOR FOUR-MONTH OP ERAT10N FOR FURTHER PARTIC ULARS PHONE BARBARA BRUCH ET AT 327-3757. MLS. INSTANT TREES Too many trees? We can mave them Ico few trees? We can supply them Sales and moving of Iprger type trees cur specialty. Phone 327-6172, after 4 p.m. Lawn aerating and rototil! ing. Phone 328-7169, afle 5 p.m. late filing I tax returns 0 T T A W A (CP) About Canadians are late with their income tax returns this year, a spokesman for the revenue department said today. The figure, about the same as 3 last year's, is an estimate be-' cause many returns mailed by the Mav 1 deadline have not yet been received. Persons mailing or handing in their returns after 2 May 1 are liable to a fine of five per cent of tax owing, t Not all the late filers will be e fined, however, the spokesman said. Many will have, refunds coming and thus no unpaid balance for a fine to be assessed upon. By May 1 the department has i received 7.S million returns, r compared with just over seven million bv the .same ii 1 1971. A total ot about 9.S million o is exepcled. d About 4.7 million returns had s been processed, compared with e 4.1 million last year. Refund cheques printed by May 1 this year totalled four million, worth 1 million. Lost year by this time 3.4 million refund cheques worth S442.1 million had been printed, r The average refund cheque n this year is about up from J124 in 1971. dies of limg cancer HOLLYWOOD (API Bruce Cciliot. who starred in the littS film classic Kins Konfi died here. He died of king cancer al the 1 Motion Picture Country Home s and Hospital in Woodland Hills a spokesman for the hospita said. I Cabot, who played (he youn d man who rescued actress Fa i from the clutches of til ape 'in King Kong, came to Hoi lywood at the nge of 26. After ,1 Second W o r 1 d VVa stint in the U S Air Force WIDE SELECTION OF BEDDING PLANTS; ALSO NURSERY STOCK AND STRAWBERRY PLANTS. mile past cf drive IN or COUTTS HIGHWAY T A N A K A S GREENHOUSE. PHONE 327-4378. 1313-31 Funeral ser vice for Allan Randolph Stevens, beloved husband o the late Mrs. Georgina (Vynie Stevens who died in the citj Sunday, April 30, 1972, at the i age of 91 jrears, was held a p.m. Wednesday in St Augustine's Anglican Churcl with Rev. L. Crisfiek and Rev. E. R. Doyle official ing. Pallbearers were Harrj i Calhoun. Tom Frankish, Jae Metheral, Stanley Albertson Tony Falinglo and Orvil Sto vel. Honorary pallbearers wer Ralph Macphee, Ralph Court Dr. Brilt Hunt, Sol Weber, Ber Madill. Johnnie Piper, Charli Coverdale and Slim Hagen. In terment was in the Hillsid Cemetery, Medicine Hat. Mai tin Bros. Ltd., Directors c Funeral Service, was in charg j of the FAIRV1EW GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY 401 SI FAIRVIEA" SURDIVIS'ON, LETH. PHONE 22P-2193 OPEN EVERY a a.m. lo 8 p.m FOR ALL YOUR I. AN DSC A PI Mf REQUIREMENTS Shade and frui trppv shrubs, pcrennia.s betfdint) plants, f.'c. Cl 7 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO AGFNOES LIMITED E3TAB! iLr.fcD 1917 Collt-ae A'.cll, P'trr.e Residential, Ccmir.prci.il and ranches. City or Town Lowest infffit rales available, and second WHY RENT A ROTOT1LLER 0 power rake, when you can hove ru'torn job done for about ths F.arr rMl All [obs done by experience roMege student'. Phone 377-87B6. C7U1-ORGANIC VEGETABLE AND FLOWE Growers in Saankb have displayed sinn "Alqinure Liquid Seaweed" sine 194? Improved taste, qualiiy, ct Pesticides arc reduced. LETHBR DG DISTRIBUTORS: 0 A E HARWARE -1U 13IH St. N., HFALTM FOOD CElN TPE "P7 Avp. S-, WOOL-CO DF PARTMENT STORE, Mayor Maqral Drive. 75 GARAGE BUILDING CEMEN work and sluccoing. Andorson an Sorcnson ConMnictlon. 7th Av j S- PhDne FREE ESTIMATES ON K1TCHE c CUPBOARDS, VANITIES AND CH NA CAF11NETS. PHONE 337-3219. REMODELLING HOUSES, took him to Africa, Sicily an Italy as an intelligence and op 1 erations officer, Cabot, walks, rtrivexvays, anrages, cupboard and cabinets. 32B-0259, after i, p.m. 6 CARD OF THANKS i g HIES I wish to extend m sincere thanks to my doctor.s s staff of S! .Michel's Hospitf c for their care. A thank you t e my family, r e la t i v e s an i friends for flowers, gifts, care e and for many visits. They wer s greatly appreciated. Iris Dies FOR NEW LAWNS REEDYK LANDSCAPING Free estimnles. Phone 328-1309. STEINER CEMENT WORh Old bast-'inents dug, walor i sured, (rpp e-iti mates. Phone 327-fiJB ed Ills movie career conside ably. He spent a lot of time i i Europe during the '50s, makin films and living there. Cabot in several movie y in the IflliOs with his clos friend, John Wayne. Among Ih I films were The Green Berets t 1M nnd nig Jake in 1971. r d, also had a role in RAIN BOW PAINTING AND DECOF ntlno pnpL.r, vinyl anc; -.pr-i jna. Frrc rrli mates Phonp 971 1-1 In r7 AND J EQUIPMENT RENTAI Gravel Icvelinci, Compaction cqu nifnt. Concrete equipment. C o r r a Phone Uin 5r Ave. S. TOOL RENTALS POWER RAKES ROTOTILLERS CHAIN SAWS HEDGE TRIMMERS ETC. PARSONS HARDWARE HOLIDAY VILLAGE 327-7066 WINDOWS AND DOOR NO MAINTENANCE NO CHAN ING PHONE JONES ROOFING, 3J 574i. C19-6 FENCES, SIDEWALKS, T 1 O driveways, ijflififjts. cupboard'., friin inn, ilnishln.'i flnc! fnrn work. Frco r 11 mutes Guiunntrrd too small. 328-0987 or M tf W A native of Cnrlsbad, N.M Cabot, real name Wi Jacques dc Bujac, was marric. and divorced twice, firs! to a i' tress Adriennc Ames and latt to actress F r a n c h c s c. a d j i rKWEK COMPLAINTS Norway's ombudsman for c r vilian affairs received o complaints in 1971. fewer tha in the two preceding THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY 5 Ib. box Limit 2 per customs! MAY SALE SPECIAL PLASTIC KITES 3 ft. wing Reg. MAY SAIE FEATURE........ MEN'S TERRY SPORT SOCKS 3 pair pkg. MAY SALE FEATURE pkg. 97' 10 SPEED BIKES BOYS' OR GIRLS' STYLES MAY SALE FEATURE MEN'S OR BOYS' CANVAS RUNNERS White only. Low cut tfl7 MAY SALE SPECIAL...... I KITCHEN CHROME CHASRS S PATTERNS AVAILABLE MAY SALE SPECIAL INTENSIVE CARE LOTION ,17 14 01. size. MAY SALE FEATURE FLORAL PHOTO ALBUM Reg. 2.88. MAY SALE FEATURE...... I BRUSH HAIR ROLLERS BAKE WARE ASSORTMENT Reg. 47c pkg. MAY SALE FEATURE CAKE, COOKIE end PIE PANS. YOUR CHOICE ROSE BUSH 2 YR. FIELD GROWN WAGON WHEELS Box of 12 MAY SALE FEATURE bxi, QUILTED PILLOWS Foam Filled. MAY SALE FEATURE..... 27 .41 ELECTRIC FRYPAN 1 YEAR GUARANTEE Reg. MAY SALE FEATURE LADIES' SANDALS ,23 YOUR CHOICE MAY SALE FEATURE WATCH FOR OUR MAY FLYER FOR MANY OUTSTANDING VALUES! LAWN CHAIRS Plastic arm resh. MAY SALE FEATURE MUG TREE SET STAND PLUS FOUR MUGS MAY SALE FEATURE .99 CHILDREN'S TERRY SHORTS Sizes 4-6x. MAY SALE FEATURE LADIES' SLEEVELESS Fashioned in Nylon MAY SALE FEATURE SHELL .93 USE YOUR WOOLWORTH, WOOLCO OR CHARGEX CARDS ;