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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May 8, 1772 _ THI lETHBRIDSf HtPALD 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES OUR WHITE TINY TOY POODLE ips from registered slock. EitjiiJ onlh old male: brown Welsh pony-col ticnllc, rides and drives. Phcne 42347, CoUtls. o i f )V Jn DEATHS BOHNEH Wilfred Louis Godfrey, passed away suddenly at Burmis on Friday, May 5th, 1972, at the age of 43 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Angelina B. Bohner of Coaldale. Mr. Bohner was born in Lethbridge on May 20th, 1920 and lived on the farm in Hie Coaldale district. He married Angelina Burr in 1955 and they continued to live and operate the family farm until some two years ago he was hired as a d r i v e r for Motorways Transport. He was a good neighbor and helped anyone who was in need. H i s life was centered around his family. He is survived by his wife, Angelina and his three children, Sandra, George and Clifford all at home; two nieces and a nephew and a brother-in-law. Funeral services will be held in the ICih Ave. LDS Church on Tuesday, May Sth at 2 p.m., with Bishop Ron Low officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1E24 EGI5TERED BLACK LABRADOR m AH sfiols. BOP 7th SI. W Plione 7-HH. J BUSINESS EW CLUB CAFE. AT RAYMOND, berta. Air condiliened. Gocd hifchen cllilles. Gocd on main lane 752-3196. .MUIR Florence passed away in the cily o n Monday, May 1972, after a lenglliy illness at the age of 73 years, beloved sister o[ Mrs. Maudic Chrislensen, of 1007 32nd St. S. Funeral Arrangements will bo announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. OR SALE RAYMOND CLEANERS. uilding for sale oho, Box 461, Ray ond. Phone 1264-31 OMPLETE SHOE AND LEATHER pair shop. All machinery a n d J1COO, Don Drlemeyer, ox 4611, Sunburst, Mont. RAILER SPACE AND MOTEL IN e counrry To (race for elly operly. Box B352, Station F, Calgary OR SALE OR RENT APARTMENT ock bu ding. Cafe, pool roam, undrcmat. Terms. Box 155, Warner, berta. 4 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO Passed away in the city on Sunday, May 7, 1972, following a brief illness, Mrs. Elizabeth Marie Craij at the age of 74 years, of 2122 16th Avenue beloved wife of SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1527 Colleoe Mall. Phore der ALL TYPES of marlgagci will he an-cnounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 5 EEPING TILE AND CEMFMT WORK aufale J. Conslrutlion, 32B-3E70 cr WHO. ARAGE BUILDING C E AA E N 1 ork and stuccoing. and renscn Conslruclion, lO'O 7lh Ave. Phone 327-iWZ. Ella B. of Cold Lake, Alberta, passed away in Edmonton on Sunday, May 7th, beloved sister of Mrs. K. W. (Freda) Dickson of 2803 12th Ave. South and aunt to Mrs. W. D. (Elaine) Allen, Mrs. W, fBev.) Gray, Mrs. V. (Sheila) Hiebert, Mr. Calvin Dickson. and Mr. Irvin Leishner, all ot Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements arc not yet completed. X3031 OLSON Passed away in Ihe cily on Friday, May 5lh, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Olaf Olson, at Ihe age of G8 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Helen Olson of 2308 16th Ave. South. Born in Rugby, North Dakota, Ihe late Mr. 01-ion came to Seven Persons in 1903 and farmed there, lie moved to Milk River in 1920 End worked for Ross and Ranching Companies, and then moved eo Crawford in 1934 whare he until retiring to Lethbridge in 1967. He was very active in youth movements, especially 4-H. He was active in the Beet Growers Credit Union and all community affairs. He was a Past Master of Taber, DORIC Lodge, Past Patron o[ Taber Eastern Star, "Rosaleen" Lodge, a member of the Shrin-ers Blue LODGE Lethbridge, Maple Leaf No. 7 Eastern Star and Charity Lodge No. 37, Masonic Lodge, Lethbridge and a Member of the session, McKil-lop United Church. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by one son, A. 0. Olson, Brooks; one daughter, Mrs. (Fay) G. W. Smith, Wain wright; four grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. (Inga) C. Trenholm, Su-mas, "Washington, Mrs. (Myrtle) T. Day, Koolenay Bay. B.C.; four brotliarf. Henry c' Calgary, Alfred and Jalmer both of High Prairie and Palmer of Seven Persons. He was predeceased by one brother, Melvin in 1949. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at p.m., in McKillop United Church, with Rev. REE ESTIMATES ON KITCHEN JPBOARDS, VANITIES AND CHI-A CABINETS. PHONE 327O219 EMODELL1NG HOUSES, SIDE-alks, drive oarages, cupboards d 378-0259, after 6 p.m. RED STE1NER CEMENT WORK, d basements dun, water proofing, in-red, (ree esiiniales. Phcne 327-E28i. Secondo Leonardo of Coleman, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital, Sunday, May 7, 1972, at age 75 years. He was born in Brugnera, Province of Udine, Italy, November 23, 189G and came to Canada in 1920, settling in Fort William, Out. In 1922, he moved to Coleman where he has resided since. He married Santa Zanetti in Italy in 1920. He was a member of the Italian Society and had served in the First World War in Italy. He was predeceased by one brother, Cavellier in Windsor and one grandson, Wayne Phillips in Coleman in August 1957, Survivors include his wife, Santa in Coleman; one son, Deno, Windsor, Ont.; one daughter, Mrs. A. (Velia) Phillips, Coleman; three grandchildren. Prayers will be said in the Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Coleman, Monday, May 8 (tonight) at p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in the Coleman Catholic Church, Tuesday, May 9 at a.m. with interment to follow in the Coleman Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please mark donations to the Dr. Emil Aiello Memorial Fund, care of Crowsnest Pass General Hospital, Blairmore, marking your donations "In memory of Secondo DeMartin." FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C1829 AVE YOUR FURNITURE lor less. Professional work-anshlp. Phone 327-81 43 or 32H-9525. AIN BOW PAINTING AND DECOR-ng Wall paper, vinyl and AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS svel leveling. Compaction eanlng. Phone 33BJ745. UJO 2nd J9. S. -UMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. 3 MAINTENANCE NO CHANG-G. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 323-i5. ENCES, SIDEWALKS, T 1 0 S, veways, garcgcs, cupboards, fram-g, finishing and form work. Free es-nafcs. Guaranteed workmanship. No b too email. Phone 3JB-OTB7 or IU5-93. BOX NUMBERS i, 7, IS, 17, 20, 21, 32, 67, IZi, 125, 7r 129, 132, 'UBLIC NIVERS1TY OF LETHBRIDGE IRRIGATION PIPE SUPPLY SYSTEM INVITATION TO TY OF LETHBRIDGE 1RRIGA-ON PIPE SUPPLY SYSTEM will received unlil p.rn Mounla n yllght Savlnp Time on May 23, ice on the University Campus, renders will be opened publicly 1m-dialely fcllnwinn the closing dale, [he project will include approxl-lely 5200 lineal feet of pressure c varying In diameter from 3" 1o complete wilh appurtenances render docurrcnis may te oblalned the Construction m cfiice of the Cansdfing En-ccrs in Calqary upon deicsil tf a rliflcd cheque c! S3J.IW. The deposit 1 be refunded provided Ihe plans d specifications ere returned in good idition within 14 days after the dcr closing Sarah Larsen passed away in the city after a lengthy illness on Monday, May 9, 1972 at the age of 00 years, beloved wife of Mr. Linsay K. Leek of 1004 22nd St. S. Mrs. Leek was born April 27, 1892 at Dingle Dell, Bear Lake County, Idaho to Andrew Larsen and Inger Ras-mussen Larsen. She moved to Stirling, Alberta with her parents in 1899 along with a family of five brothers and four sisters, all deceased but two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Hill, Raymond and Mrs. Clara Peterson, Brooks. In 1910 she married Joseph E. Earl and to that union was born two daughters and three sons. She was predeceased by her husband in 1940. Three sons also predeceased her. The daughters remain to mourn her loss, Mrs. Wayne (Araminta) Anderson, Lcth- bridge and Mrs. Weston (Wi- nona) Clark, Cut Bank, lion- ana. As a young girl and young married woman she was very active in LDS Ciiurcli organizations and continued to do much work in Hie church while raising her family. In 1957 she married a g a i n in Lindsay K. Lock, and they have resided in ever since. She i eaves to nionrn her loss, her dear husband her two (laugh- ters nine grandchildren and linetecu great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in the 10th Ave. LDS Church on Thursday, May 11 at 2 wilh Bishop Clifford Peterson officiating. Interment will follow in the Stirling Cemetery. CIIRISTENSEN SALMON FU- HOMK LTD.. Directors nf Funeral Service. CK12G tided cheque lor ten per cent ihe Tender price or a suitable der price, lie lov.csl or eny lender will Isnley Engineering Ltd., 23 Idlh Slrtel N.W., laJgsry Alberla. Wilkinson and Rev. Ken Morris of f ici ating Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends mav pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S. Phone 320-2361. In lieu of flowers friends may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of Mrs. M. N. Wrav, 1705 15th St. S. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. DISTRICT OF SPARWOOD FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR HOTEL as Lol 3 Plan 7B35 (belnq 4. 35 bordered along Ihe Ncrffi by 1 -ind HIP Fast Trans Provincial Highway No. 3 sarvvood Towns itc) is beina offered sale at a set price of [or purpose cf hotel or motor hotel flcpmenl fhe oroperly will be sold 1o NIP esled in submilting a proposal or to p.m., Friday, May 19, he Council reserves tha riqht to epf the nroDcs.i; (hey 1 c-ve to he in the L.est interrs! of the nmunilv and if necessary f or all proposes. >3lori This 3nrt day of May, 1972 L WonlDmurro Municipal Clerk r.'H PROVINCE OF TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In F'.lale cf FJdmond Aupuat Late of Lelnbridce. Alberta, I'.ho died on or atioul the 1st day of January, A.D TAKE NOTICE lhal all persons claims unnn Iht cl Hie muil die wilh Die Solici-Inrs (or Iho ExecLlrix bv Iho tlriy ct June, A.D. 1975, a lull r Element cf claims nnd of nny sen.rihcs held by them. DAVIES CHAMBERLAIN Dnrrlslcrs and Solicitors Alhahasca Alberta Solicitors For ihe Execulnx 1 M2S DEPT. OF HWYS. OF COALDALE NOTICE Nollca IE hereby given lhal the Town of Coaldalp proposes to a by-law i to close Iho tallowing streets for Ihe Purpose cf Incorporation wiinin a re-plotting scheme In accordance with 175 and AmcndmenLs Ihere-to o) Municipal Govcrnmenl Act, Cn.npter 246, Stalules cl Alberta 1968. 1, All l.lfll DOflinn of Ihe unnamed slreel lyinq Faster ly r.f Ihe Easier fne undersigned up to o'clock ndnrd Time nn Thursday, May 16, 2 for Ihe conslrudicn cl Ihe follow-work: S.R. fi54 fl3l Clyde to Thorhild Mle ll.ftS to Mile 31. E? radinn and Otlier Work oproximalr Ounnlilic': 31.GCO cubic Yards aincii fll Ihe Office of Ihe Dfortuction Ilicrcot, lemoriams DEATH SKELMNG Passed away on Saturday, May 0, 1972, El- bert Arthur Skelding, aged 60 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Grace Skelding of Fort Mac- leod. Born in Fort Macleod, he attended school in Waterton, Fort Macleod, Calgary and Ed- monton. He has ranched and farmed in the Waterton district south of Fort Macleod until his death He married Grace Mur- ray in Lethbridge, August 17. 1940. He was an honorary member of the Royal Canadian Legion. Besides his wife he is survived by three Rons, Mur- ray, George and Edgar all of Fort Macleod; one daughter, Mrs. H, (Linda) Coyle of Leth- bridge; three grandchildren. The funeral service will he held in Trinity United Church. Tuesday at p.m., Peter Walker officiating minister. In- terment in Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of Fort Pharmacy. Fu- neral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C1023 FUNERALS the (.'.irdslon Cemetery. Chris- Icnsen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. COHEMAN Funeral ser- vice lor Bamwell resi d e nl Henry Coreman, former Stave- ly resident who died Friday, April 28, 1972, at the age of 60 years, was 'held at 2 p.m. Thursday, May 4, 1972, in the Humphries Funeral Chapel, Taber, with Gerald McKee of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Rick and Ronald Sauther, Bruce and Robert Hurdman and Vincent and John Core- man. Interment was in Ihe Barnwell Cemetery. H u m- phries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, was in charge of the ar- rangements, IN MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIA.M IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMS 1IOU.IIIAN In loving mem- ory1 of Inez who passed away May 8, 1870. Always a lonely heartache Often silent (ears, Wishing God could have spared you, For just a few more years. loving memories from all of us who loved you The family 1639-lOh FUNERALS LOW Funeral service for Joseph S. Low, former mayor of Cardston who died Sunday. April 30. 1972, at the age of SO years, was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 3. 1972. in the AlberU Stake Chapel with Bi- shop Bryce Cahoon officiating. Honorary pallbearers w ere Park Strate, Freeman Cook, Dr. V. V. Christie and Ryerson Christie, George A. Wolff and Bill Campbell. Active nallbcar- ers were Louis Darby, Bill Laidlaw, Don Remington, Rus- sell Kearl, Dennis Bart and Lester Lee. Interment was in IIOLL1IIAN In loving mem- ory if a dear and grand- mother, Inez Jeanette, who pass- ed away May 8, 1970 and a dear brother and uncle, Richard, who passed away May 10, 1970. We often sit and think of you, And of the way you died. Our UrjugJiLs are ever with you, So often we have cried. miss you more and more each day, For hfe is not the same for us Since God took you away. You bade no one a last fare- well Or ever said good-bye. You were gone before we know it And only God knows why. remembered and sadly missed by Ray. Maxine, Daray, Roddy and Darran. 1642-lOh JANKOWIAK In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, John, who passed away May 15, 1971. You suffered with courage, we knew not your pain, You fought to get well, but all was in vain, The Lord called you home to! His garden of rest, It is true what (hey say, He takes only Ihe remembered b y wife Katherine, sons, Ed- ward. Frank, Richard and; families. 1637 DOIIAM In loving memory of a dear .son and brotli'T who passed away May 4, I8U7. Beautiful thoughts of one so d'jar. Treasured furcvcr wilh love sincere, Deep in our hearts your mem- ory is kept, We loved you too deeply In ever forget. remembered by mom, dad, Holly end Sleuarl DOftA.M In loving memory of our dear grandson who passed av.ay live years ago May 1, (Juicily remembered every day, Sadly missed along life's way. Just as he was he will always be, Treasured and loved In our memory. remembered by Grand- pa and grandma Vos 1611-9 LEOPABDS BOI.X HECEIVED WARNING PRAGUE (Reutcr) Three i RCMI' road check on one night 1IOLLIIIAN In loving mem- naTO been born in I came up with 29 drivers who ory of Richard, who passed! the fourth oc- could not produce evidence of away May 10, 1970 casion on which leopards have being insured. They received Ycu fell asleep without good-- captivity, bye To this day we know not Unless it was to pave the way In your own very special way For our mom, we lost in, May. Because you went with on Mother's Day. loving memcries from all of us who loved you The family warning tickets. 1638-lOh POOH POOHS ROYAL COMMISSIONS Polricio Kelly, a free- lance writer and broadcaster of Calgary, soys Royal Com- missions arc anylhing bul useful. Dcn'l mist her tongue-in- cheek comment, ihis Saturday. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE equals seven Make up your own way to remember your code. Then send iit to your friends. We make the extra ordinary. Ever wonder why Toyotas are the top selling small car in Canada today? The reason simply stated is that when you buy a Toyota you get a lot more car. You get a lot of extras. Extras that don't cost you a nickel more. Unlike some cars we know. Extras we consider ordinary. In fact they're so taken for granted on Toyotas we wonder why we call them Things like power-assisted front disc brakes, fully reclining con- toured bucket seats, rear window defrosters, heavy-duty heaters, carpeting, whitewalls, tinted glass and even tool kits. Then there are the extras you don't see. U, Like the paint under the pa int. The fine 'engineering which results in'cars that perform dependably and last a lot longer. And a dealer network which extends coast to coast with over 250 dealers and four factory parts depots in Canada. It's an impressive list of extras, but, as we said, to us they're an ordinary fact of life. They're what you can take for granted in the fine cars Toyota builds. After all why should an extra be extraordinary? Deaths Yesterday liy TDK CANADIAN' PISKSS New Snmucl, 77, author and critic who wrote 25 honks and translated other major works from Yiddish to English, after a long illness. O a k v i 11 c, Casey Wood, (in, one of Ihe founders of The Oakville Trafalgar which lalcr became The Daily Journal Record, of injuries received in B fall. TOYOTA ;