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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 8, 1970 THE U-THBSIDGE HSRAID 21 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF APPEAL HEARING THIS IS TO NOTIFY THAT an ap- Deal lias been marJe to Ihc Develop- ment Appeal Board against a decision In respect of Application 69-85.1, which involves development described as fo suite apartment at 233 28th Street South. The decision approved the applies' tion tn principle subject to the follow Ing conditions: Conditions: 1 Subject to the submissions and ap proval by the Alunicipol Planning Commission of detailed plans 2 That the height ol the structure shal not exceed 2 stories, 3 That the gross floor of th structure shall not exceed square feet. I A Subject to the normal conditions ol posting and advertising. 1 A 3 story structure is considered to be incongruous with ihe present development which is generally single-story development. 2 The structure as proposed with a aross floor area of square feet and a floor area of 0.81 exceeds the maximum allowable under ine Zoning of and 0.70 for door area and floor area ratio re- THEC'HEARING win be held in the Council Chamber, City Hall, commenc- ing at p.m., on Thursday, May affected fay the pro- Dosed development has the right to present a brief prior to the hearing and to be present and be hoard at the Persons requiring fo be heard St should submit Uriels to the Secretary pi the Deve.opment Appeal Board not later thin Wednes- "thL.lhbrWge this 5th day Of May, 1970. JOHN GERLA, Secretary Development Appeal Board. JJeatlis, loyed as a tinsmith until his in 1964, due to ill lealth. He was organist at the lope Reformed Church for many years. Mr. Van Pelt was an avid gardener, growing many types of plants early in he season. His favorite pas- sage of scripture was Job 22: Verse 21 now thy self with Him, and be at peace, thereby good shall come unto thee. Surviving are his wife Teuntje; two daughters. Mrs Bob (Trees) Wilschut, Calgary and Mrs. Henry (Audrey) Van Dyke, Lethbridge; two sons Cornelius, Lethbridge and Ar of Stirling; ten grandchildren one. brother and two sisters ir Holland. Funeral services wil be held in the Christensen Sa! mon Funeral Chapel on Satur day, May 9th, at p.m. Rev. L. D. Hankinson official ing. Interment, Arc hmoun Memorial Gardens. No flower by request. Christensen Sa' mon Funeral Home Ltd., D Funeral Home Ltd. of Funeral Service. Directors C7984 rectors of Funeral Service. C798 NOTICE! To All American Motors and Rambler Car Owners You Are Invited To Attend A FREE SERVICE SAFETY CLINIC Conducted by American Motors Factory Representatives 4 DAYS MONDAY, MAY llth to THURSDAY, MAY 14th FREE INSPECTIONS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY! PLEASE CALL 327-2750 Now', the time to get your car set for a worry-free vacation! Th. American Motors factory will be pleased to answer question, you may have concerning your Rambler or American Motors car, its operahon and maintenance. Another service by your authorized American Motors Dealer in lethbridge UNITED MOTORS LTD. CORNER 3rd AVENUE, 3rd STREET SOUTH DEATHS HOLLIIIAM Passed away Milk River 0.1 Friday, May 1970, Jeanette Inez, aged 04 ars, beloved wife of Mr. ames Holliham of Foremost. uneral arrangements will be nnounced when completed, artin Bros. Ltd., Directors nf uneral Service. C7989 WURZER away in dmonton on Wednesday, May 1970, Lenore Katherina, aged years, beloved wife of Mr. oren Wurzer of 1053G venue, Edmonton. The grave- de service will be held on aturday at a.m. ir lountain View Cemetery ethbridge, with Rev. E. B of Edmonton officiating 'hose who wish may donate U Canadian Cancer Society 09 Canada Trust Bldg., Lelh r'idge. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di ectors of Funeral Service. C793 FORISH away sud denly in the city on Thursda> ilay 7 1970, Margaret, aged 6 of 820 12th St. "B" N leloved husband of the late Mr folin Forish. Born and raised i Balajt Borsod Megye, Hungary he late Mrs. Forish came t Canada in 1926 to the Leh bridge district, and has reside lere until her passing. She wa a member of the Hungaria Oldtimors Association. Surv vors include one son, John J seph Forish of Edmonton three daughter's, Mrs. H. (Margaret) Sanford of Let bridge, Mrs. J. (Elizabett Jzvonik of Richmond, B.C. an Mrs. G. L. (Annie) Davies Kamloops, B.C.; nine gran children; one sister in Hungar; The funeral service will be he on Saturday at p.m. in tl Memorial Chapel, 703 13th S N., with Rev. L. D. Hankins officiating. Interment will f low in the family plot in Mou tain View Cemetery. A pray service will be held on Frid at p.m. in the Memori Chapel. Those who wish m pay their respects at the W. morial Chapel, 703 13th St. Phone: Martin Bn Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ee vice. C79 DEATHS IAM Passed away suddcn- at Kipp on Wednesday, May 1970, John Simon Jr., aged 16 ars, beloved son of Mr. and rs.M. W. Ham Sr. of Kipp, Al- rta. Born and raised in Leth- Ige, John received his edu- ation at the Coalhurst High chool, and at the time of his assing was in the tenth grade e was a member of the Park ake 4-H Beef Club, ari was ery active with his school as'ketball team. Besides his ving parents, he is survived y three sisters, Cathy, Aneta nd Therese, and one brother, ale all at home. He is sur- ived by his grandfather, Mr. imon Overes of Forestburg, Al- crta and his grandparents in rloUand. Requiem Mass will be elebrated on Saturday at m in St. Basil's Catholic Ihurch, Lethbridge, with Rev. Bather S. A. Gyorkos, cele- brant. Interment will follow m he Mount Calvary section of fountain View Cemetery, 'rayers will be said on Friday HASH Passed away at Tabcr on Wednesday, May 6, 1JI70, Robert L., at the age of 83 years. Born at Princville, Oregon, December 3, 1888. He came to Canada to Purple jprings area and homcsteaded n 1809. He married at Leth- iridge, August 20, 1912 and hey farmed at Purple Springs until retiring to Taber in 19C5. [n earlier years Mr. Rash was an ardent curler, a member of the Taber Boys Choir and for a number of years was a chair- man of the Kinniburgh School Board. Predeceased by one son HsroSd. Survivors include his wife Esther, Taber; three sons, William and Howard of Taber, Thomas of Calgary: one daugh ler, Mrs. K. R. (Ruth) Camp ball of Burclett; two brothers Lloyd of Calgary, Carl of Taber one sister, Mrs. Edna Penn ington of Alamo, Calif.; 1" grandchildren and great grandchildren. Funeral ssr vices will be conducted fron Ihe Taber Church of Christ o Saturday, May 9 at p.m. with Rev. Ralph Whilrow o ficiating. Interment will in the Taber Memorial Garden Humphries Funeral Home Taber, in charge of arrange- ments. at p.m. in St. Basil's LL I ;hurch. Flowers gratefully d< dined. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C7990 SKROVE Passed away suddenly in the city on Thurs- day, May 7, 1970, Hattie Sy- rene, aged 83 years, of 1024 Lakeway Blvd., beloved wife of the late Mr. Taulo Skrove. Born in Minnesota in 1887, the late Mrs. Skrove married Mr. Taulo Skrove there in 1909, fol- lowing which they took up a homestead at -Brock, Saskat- chewan, where they resided for thirty years. Eight years after CYR Passed awav on Thursday, May 7, 1970, Henry "Berdie" Cyr, age 80 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Anna Cyr of Pir.cher Creek. Born in Pincher Creek, IB married Anna Bsrube there in 1926, and they farmed and ranched southeast of Pincher Creek un- til retiring to town in 1947. He was a founding member of the eomniuisiy auction sales of Pincher Besides h'.s wife, he is survived by a son Barney of Puichsr Creek; fcur grandchildren and one great- grandchild. The funeral service will be hsld in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church on Sat- urday, May 9 at a.m.. Rev. J. Weisgerber officiating Interment in Fairview Ceme tery. Friends may meet for prayers in Eden's Funera Home, on Friday evening (to- night) at p.m. Donations nutty years, ytw riignij at p.m. iviuKmuu. the passing of her husband in may made to the Csnadia M MpHinine fjancer Society, care of Ames Insurance, in lieu of flowers Funeral arrangements bj CROWN ASSETS. DISfJ Approx. 32 acres Crown land Former AeracTo Stalion near Lethbridge Airport, SE of Section 7-8-20 W4M with frame building 16' x 34', Offers are invited and must received at the Corpora- lion's office in Ottawa 5 p.m., E.D.S.T. Moy 19, 1970. For details, including Condi- lions of Sale, apply to Crown Assets Disposal Corporation, Room 200 Corona Building, 10645 Jasper Avenue, Edmon- ton 14, Alberta, Tel. 414- 1117. 1931, she moved to Medicine Hat, and in 1947 came to Leth- bridge where she has resided until her passing. She is sur- vived by two sons, Morris Skrove of Rolling Hills and Warren Skrove of Lethbridge; four daughters, Mrs. Connie Shankland of Saskatoon, Mrs. Wm. (Agnes) Houston of Carn- duff, Sask., Mrs. G. (Helen) Dutismore of Lomond and Miss Mildred Skrove of Lethbridge; eleven grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren; two sis- ters, Mrs. J. (Hazel) Schwartz of Minneapolis and Mrs. C. (Esther) Foslien of Garfield, Minnesota; three brothers, Carl Hanson of Brock, Saskat- chewan, Willie Hanson of Bau- dette, Minnesota and Lawrence Hanson of Alexandria, Minne- sota. Besides her husband, she was predeceased by an infant son; one daughter, two sisters and two brothers. The funeral service will be held on Satur- day at p.m. in Martin Bros. Chapel. 812 3rd Ave. S., with Pastor W. J. Gamble of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gar- dens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C7991 Eden's Funeral Pincher Creek. Home Ltd., C7982 Remember Mother This Sunday! Shop You'll find a wide selection of items to please her here, at prices that will please your budget, too And with our con- venient charge plans, there's no longer any reason not to give Mom that special some- thing she's always wanted. Make this her happiest Moth- er's Dayl Remember, Too Our Gift Wrapping Service! OPEN TILL NINE TONIOHTI 606-608 3rd Avenue South Phone 377-5767 H e i rioom Ho.lj.owa re temish-iesistant silverplste, keeps its superb brilliance forever. 6410 1132 IKORA HOLLOWARE TO 30% OFF! REGULAR PRICES CARDS OF THANKS DEGNEGARD I wish to thank my doctor and the staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care I received while in the hospital for 10 days; also thanks to all my friends who sent cards and flowers. Mrs. N. Degnegard, 1312 wish to sincerely thank the doctors and nurses of tbs first floor east, St. Michael's Hospital, for the kindness and care I received while a patient. Special thanks to relatives and friends for the gifts, flowers, cards and visits. Your thought- fulness will always be remem- bered and appreciated. Edith Cavell Nursing Home is my new address and would enjoy having my friends visit me there. Emily Smeed. 1513 thanks to all our friends and relatives for fte many cards, flowers received during the passing of our mother, Mrs. Sarah Ann Smith. Thanks to the doctors and the staff of the Cardston Auxiliary Hospital, to the Cardston 3rd Ward Bishopric and all those taking part in the services and ;o all who furnished food and balped serve the lunch. All these acts of kindness were deeply appreciated, and will always be remembered. family of Mrs. Sarah Ann Smith. 1258 wish to thank the doctors and nurses on Surgery One at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their care, patience, and understanding during my recent illness. Jones. 1259 wish to ex- press our sincere thainks to all relatives and friends for the many cards, flowers, food and calls that we received during the loss of our husband, father and' grandfather. Also thanks to the staff of the Devon Nursing Home, also the Auxiliary Hos- pital, St. Michael's Hospital for the care and kindness shown Mr. Swsrcson while he was there; also thanks to the pall- bearers, honorary pallbearers, the Rev. Lecn Zimmerman and the ladies that served the lunch. 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