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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta .43 TRAILERS FOR TRUCKS AND TRAILERS TEACHERS n Jkanns, Jrn DEATHS HEAVY RUNNER Grace f passed away in Cardston o Sunday, May 10th, 1970, at tin age of 35 years, beloved wif of Mr. Lester Heavy Runner o the Blood Reserve. Funera 5 services will be held in th Immaculate Heart K o m a Catholic Church on Wednesday May 13th, 1970 at 10 a.m. wit Father Joseph Joly as cele brant. Interment will follow ir the St. Mary's Cemetery. Pray ers will be said Tuesday eve ning (tonight) in the lounge o the St. Paul's Anglican Churc Christensen Salmon Funera Home Ltd., Directors of Funer al Service. C8054 WELLS May 11, 1970 i Charles Henry, aged 87 years formerly of Granum, Alberta passed away at the I Mieraw, rvlemoriamA I FUNERALS WURZER A graveside ser-vic for Mrs. Lenore Katherina Wurzer, Moved wife of Mr. Loren Wurzer of 10536 55th Ave., Edmonton, was held at a.m. Saturday in toe Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge, with Rev. -E. B. Fox of Edmonton officiating. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. LAWN SEEDINC landscaping, sprlnn clean-up. Phon 345-3341. LIKE NEW EIGHT FT. CA cade camper, phone TO BUY ONE BEC room mobile home. Phone 'between a.m. and 12 noon, 328-3S41. COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 3 Foremost, I BIRTH AUSTKING Mr. and Mrs Raymond Austring are happ to announce the birili of thei daughter, Julie Rosaleen on Ap ril 27Ui, 1970, at the Lethbridg Municipal Hospital. She weigh ed 7 Ib. 2 oz. ROTOTILLING New lawns put In. Prompt serv c rates. 327-2441. IRRIGATION f DISTRICT TENDER BROOKS TENT TRAILER, SLEEPS FOU Large canopy. Used two weeks. J3 Apply 1210 7th Ave. S. FEMALE are Invited for the TREES TRIMMED AND ODD JOB done. Phone Scaled tenders for construction t the Rainier Trunk Drain will bo r ce ved by the undersigned until HARDTOP TENT TRAILER FO rent by the week. Phone 328-9330, t reservations. BABYSIT !N MY SOUTH SID home. Phone 323-7492. Grades one to 11, eight BEST QUALITY TOP SOIL. DRAC Excuvallng. Phone 321-2701. p.m. local time, May 19, 1970. J The mnln Items of work includa: 1. Approximately cu. yds. t 11 common MOBILE HOMES 10 X id, EXCE LENT CONDITION; 15 X tt, CA 'PETED, TWO BEDROOMS, UTILIT ROOM, WELL INSULATED. PHON SU-UK. JOB REQUIRED DUfi Ing summer holidays. Phone 327-836 2. PRINCIPAL Burdett Schoo Grades one to nine, seven teachtr f 3. HOME ECONOMICS Jun RAKING, AERATING, WIT Qriss pickup. 328-2971 ind 327-4782. 3. Installation ot approximately lln. ft. of corrugotcd mero pip j varying in size from 12 Inch t T 54 inch diameter. (Pips FULL TIME WORK lor high, Foremost School. 4. PRINCIPAL, Bow Island Elemmtar nine FOR RENT 1967 le FT. HOLIDAY TRAILER FO rent. Sleeps six. Fully equipped. 1 With axle mounting equal z hitch. May or early June, late Auqu or Sept. WO weekly. Phone 327-037 for first baby. Would like to d typing or accounts receivable fo small business In my home. Good re ere nee 3 avallobla. Please coll 328-755 often 6 p.m. ROTOTILLING 1C PER SQ. Fl Estimate your own cost. Phons 32 4033. the Irrigation District.) Plans, specifications and lends forms will be avnllable ot the Eas ern Irrigation District office In Mr. p. j. Baker Superintendent of Schools Foremost, TREE TRIMMING, LAW raking, Garbage hauling, etc. Phon 327-1143. Alberla. Prospective bidders wilt b required to pay ten dollars fo each set of plans, specifications ar 1 tender forms which money shall LICENCED SCAMPER FT. TRUC camptr. Equipped with Jacks, propa heater, refrigerator and oven. best otter. Phone 563-3223, KOOP DAY CARE CENTR Children, six to nix years, phon 3SB-2835. TRIMMING, ROTOTILL1N 2 with large yellow rototlller, plowln Ind landscaping. Phone 317-1237. re unded upon satisfactory return c the material. 9 Each bid must bs accompanied by certified cheque equal to i% of LARGE BUS CAMPER, SLEE eight. Propone refrigerator and stov Apply 1316 18th St. N., after S p.n 328-J937. MALE EMPLOYMENT EDUCATIONAL TRIMMMED AND ODD JOB done. Phone 327-7398 or 328-1477. necessarily accepted. BOARD OF DIRECTORS f EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME Canada's leading school. National CLEAN BASEMENTS lege, 424 6th Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alta Phone 24J-8322. GOOD FIELD YOP SOIL. DISTRICT P.O. Box CU5TOM BUILT TRAILERS AN CAMPERS, LOKMA INDUSTRIE LTD., HIGHWAY 25. PHONE 327-15 OR 327.8151. PARTS, REPAIRS AN 63 MUSIC Sunday, Maj 10, 1970, Steve Garadnai, aget 77 years, Vulcan. Services CLEAN UP All kinds of junk hauled away. Rca sonable. Phone 327-2441. GARDEN ROTOTILLING AND Funeral service for James Saxton Rose, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Marion Rose who died at Calgary Tuesday, May 5, 1970, at the age of 88 years, was held at p.m. Friday in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. Pallbearers were Harry, Jim, Fred and William Rose, Frank Walker and Con Van Horne. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain. View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. BROENS Funeral service for Mrs. Driesje Broens, beloved wife of Mr. William Bernard Broens of Taher who died at Tabcr Monday, May 4, 1970, after a long illness at the age of 62 years, was held at p.m. Friday in the First Christian Reformed Church of Ta-ber with Rev. G. Bieze officiating. Pallbearers were J. Maz-ereew, G. Dykstra, H. DeGrott, L. Bouwman, H. fflok and B, Vos. Interment was in the Ta-ber Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service was in charge of the arrangements. TUITION ON GUI1AR Fred Kane. Phons 327-H897 Mike Bobak, phone 327-1777 PROVINCE Funeral Home, EIGHT FT. OVERHEAD TRUC camper. Sleeps four. Like newl S-hou he seen to be appreciated. Interes ed Phone: 327-3470 days or 318-7504 ev pings. SCHOOL STUDENT IN NEEt of work. Will do odd lobs Phon 327-1223. 64 SEWING EARTH. DRIVEWAYS EX CAVATED. PROMPT DELIVERY, Vulcan Funera Home, in charge of arrange ments. C80S GRAY Passed away DEPARTMENT MOTEL MANAGES wants position as manager of 'mote (units only) or large apartment block H. J., Tasker, Phone 692-1876. 1035 Aiha E., Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. ALL YOUR TAILORING, DRESS making and alterations phone 328 1204. MR. A. M. JARVIE, 4040 20TH ST. N PHONE 327-3047. INfjIIVVATo AMU TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be rece v ed by the undersigned up to 11 o'cloc a.m. Standard Time on Monday, 5T COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE TH experts Instal your easy-lift or fram hitch. SAM AND CARL'S WELDIf- NURSERIES -or trees, shrubs, perennials, an landscaping. Local representatives LOST AND PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer- accessories and parts; Tralle servicing, storage and repair. Phon 328-U21. FARM HELP WHITE CARDIGAN, VICIN ity YMCA. Phont 32E-7SJ3. Folliriglo phone 327-4394. work: (1) Highway 11. W. of Bighorn Rive to E. of Windy Point, Mile 119.72 tc Mile 126.17, Grading, gravel surfacing arc work, Approximate quantities, cubic yards of excavat on cubic yards of gravel (2) Highway 12. E. of Consort to E of Monitor. Mile 139.70 fo Mile 151.70, Stabilized gravel base course anc other worki Approximate quanties, ons of gravel, ons miles haul. Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Con struction Engineer, Highways Building Edmonton, Alberta, the office of the District Engineer, 1707 ith Street, N.W Calgary, Alberta, and the office o the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, and wll be available only to individuals regjs tered and operating in the Province o Alberta, or to partnerships or corpor ations registered and operating In ant who have established a fixed nlace o business in the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars IS25.QO w 1 be required for each copy o the Contract and Specifications taken Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% o Tender. Tenders will be opened n public. The lowest or any Tender noi necessarily accepted. L. H. McMANUS, Deputy Minister of Highways and Transput. on Friday, May C, 1970 Frederick George Gray, age 5; years, of Fort Macleod. Th( funeral service will be held ir Trinity United Church on Wed nesday, May 13, at p.m Rev. W. Julian, officiating. In ;erment in Granum Cemetery Friends who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Societj or the Alberta Heart Fund care of Fort Macleod Drug Stor'es u n e r a 1 arrangements by Sden's Funeral Home Ltd. Fort Maclecd. C8050 ELLISON Morris H., presi dent of the Ellison Milling ant Elevator Company Ltd., one o south Alberta's pioneer Indus tries, passed away May 11, 1970 at his Utah home. He was in his eighty-ninth year, and had en oyed good health until faiUn; eyesight forced him to curtai lis activities five years ago Jut, he still maintained a nterest in Canadian affairs and in the activities of the Ellison Milling Company, the company ounded by his father in 1906. Morris Heber Ellison, the fourth child of Ephriam Peter and Elizabeth Whitesides Ellison, was born October 20, 1881 at Kaysville, Utah. He attended mblic school at Layton and taree years at the University of Utah. He always claimed however, that he received most of his education from his every day work. As a child, he was put !o work by his industrious father, and IB learned to hertl sheep, farm, round up cattle, clerk and keep books in the family store, and attend to all of the chores relevant to pioneer living. In 1903, he came to Canada and was given the responsibility of setting up the office and assisting in the management of the Knight Sugar Company, of which his father was Hie superintendent. While the senior Ellison was establishing the sugar factory for the Jesse Knight family, he also organized the Raymond Milling and Elevator Company, which Morris Ellison became a director of. He returned to Utah to marry Miss Margaret Jane Cowley on March 22, 1905, and brought his bride back to Canada, living in a small room back of the Knight Sugar Factory office. About one year later Morris was called back to Lay-ton to become manager of the Farmers Union Store. In 1912, Morris and his brother James E. Ellison, made a trip to and the Netherlands to jrocure sugar beet workers MAN EXPERIENCES livestock arid machinery. Moderr lome supplied. TIffen Dairy Farrr Supplies Ltd. Box 965, uthbrldge Phone 327-9314. Auxiliary Hospital Clar'eshohn following a lengthy illness. Mr. Wells i. survived by one daughter, Mrs Lloyd (Lillian) Lynch, Regina Sask.; one brother and one sis ter in England and numeroiL. nieces and nephews. He wa p r e d e c e ased by his wife Harriet Jane, in 1955. Born a Lincoln, England, he came t Canada in 1907 to Carmangay where he homesteaded POULTRY AND HELP? CONCERNING HEALTH WELFARE AND RELATED AREAS-CONTACT A.I.D. CENTRE. Phone 327 7323 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. TURKEYS, ALL AGES Phone 234.4035 or 234-3744, Fort Mac eod. 1949 GENERAL MOBILE HOME, 1 x 40 ft. Three bedrooms with pore and skirting. Total price, o down. Phone 627-3913, Pinche Creek. FEMALE HELP HAIR DRESSER wanted to manage small store. Cal 327-56B7 after 4 p.m. 328-4794. PAN PER LB H. Dyck, Box 454, CoaldBle. Phone 345. 3224. TO SAN FRANCISCO FOR two weeks, end of July Would Ilka someone to go along to share ex penses. Phone 326-3558, svenlngs. contalned Scamper on tandems. TV, double propane tanks and spare tire Priced to sell. Phone 757-3739 or writ H. Harrold, General Delivery, Ba ran. PART TIME TYPIST required. Monday to Friday 9 a.m 12 noon: Apply Trans Canada Credit 507 7th St. S. Phone 328-3347. Leghorn pullets. 21 weeks. No Sunday calls. Peter Schalk, Coalhurst, Box 668. OP PROBLEM DRINK ERS HEEDINS UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE IN OUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX LETHBRIDGE, See TRAVELA1RE IS FT.- 17 FT. -19 FT. -22 FT TRIPLE -E 13 FT. AND 14 FT. "COMPACT" 16 FT. "COMFORT" AT BEE-JAY Trailer Sales 4 Sf. 3 Ave. S, Phone 328-7912 family naeds 8 summer vaca Ion Invest your spare time now Jo earn those needed extra dollars. Sei Avon In your locality- For details cal quickly 328-7424 or write Mrs. M Scott, ilM 191h Ave. S. and was a grain buye for Alberta Pacific Grain Co at Claresholm, Lougheed and Granum until retiring hi 1948 Services at Leyden's "Chape of Remembrance" (18 Avenue and 2nd Street S.W., Calgary Wednesday, p.m. Rev. Dr A. L. Anderson officiating. In ter'ment Queen's Park Cemetery. Courtesy parking nortl of the Chapel. C8051 BEATON Margaret Jane of New Dayton, passed away on Monday, May llth, 1970, a the age of 76 years. Mrs. Bea ton was born in Grange, Scot land on June 6th, 1893. She anc her husband came from Scot land to Hamilton, Ontario in 1910. In 1914 they moved to New Dayton where she liveassing in 1939, he was elected s its president. In 1942, be the management reins to his on, Reed C. Ellison, but has ivided his time between Utah nd Alberta until recent years, erving as a consultant and ad-isor. He maintained a Leth- j ridge residence until 1952. lorris Ellison was instrumen- al, with his father, in the of-anization of Hie Ellison Ranch-ig Company in Nevada in 1910. Tiis company which has large in Nevada, was also anaged for some years by him. e has been its president since 39. He is survived by his wife, ladys, whom he married in j 37 following the death of his rst wife, and she resides in ayton, Utah; a son, Stanley C. Ilison, lives at Elko, Nevada, ml a son, Reed C. Ellison at ethbridge. There are eight j and eighteen jj eat grandchildren. Funeral f rvices will be held at Layton, tah, on Thursday, May 14th. v CW52-13 ATTENTION TEACHERS 4s a part-rime representative of Field Enterprises Education Corporation, you an earn your own set of World Book POWER RAKED AND AER-led. Dead grass removed and hau -d. Phone 327-3618. MR. CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. PhOM 327-3M8. Lethbrldse. GARAGES AND CUP-loards remodelled and repaired. Phone 28-3PW. nursery stock. mile east of 3rive-in on coutts Highway. Phone 27-4378. DRIVEWAYS, SIDE-valks, patioa. 194S rates for limited Ime. Phone 32B-7905. Doll: Ends Dec. 31 CRANBROOK HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES and sllea. ALSASK PROCESSORS, John Drawry Phone 328-2911. plus generous commissions n your spare time evenings or Write World Book, P.O. Box Lethbridse. HARDWARE Shoppers' TILE, CEMENT WORK Itnovslions, alterations. Phone J and Custom Work J-345-4 630, 32B-3870. DEAD STOCK FREE OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phone 32M33S Lethbrldge, 223-2567 raber. CREEK F SCHOOL DIVISION 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS OTOTILLERS, POWER RAVEN T3J9 ST. N. resent fire department cquip-nent barely covers municipal eeds now. Aid. Stephan Atchison points a limited quantity of reser-oir supply now available. Wa In the market for good ussrt farm machinery trucks; trallsra. etc. Consignment or cash. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highway Phone Days 327-3165 Nights 327-m< one wtst of Coaldelo cxt to John Lowen Farm, s losed on Sundays. 997-Jf CONTRACTING mall given prompt aitantlon. 1 easonabls rates. Bob Atwood. C7932-5J MATTHEW HALTON JUNIOR-SENIOR CHRYSANTHEMUMS, r PHONE JOCK WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS t paired, odd jobs. Phone 32A4834. j 313 12th ST. C N. J 1256-li STE1NER CEMENT 1" d basements dug, water proofing. In- ft jrftrf, trcs estimates. Phons 327-Bm C3661-tf 30 MISC. ARTICLES Creek, Alberta Ths Is the school division's senior am nlstrntive position Involving full-me administration, thirty-five loach-rs and live hundred fifty students in raclea seven to twelve. Salary to with S3.CM maxi-urn administrative allowance. Applications will tx received until ednesday, May 30 with SALE WANTED ROUND OAK DINING table. Phont 327-0070. a 1425-14 THE A LETHBRIDGE FARMERS V, MARKET 111 7th St. SCREEN AND STORM INDOWS AMD DOORS. FREE ESTf- ATES. JONES ROOFING. 32S-5745. c Cfi733-tf CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI. g storj, batteries. Highest prices. Van iron Ltd., mi 2nd Aye. N. Phons "7-1296. C3l47.it ssed potatoes S plants and sets C bu'hes P and flower 3 YD. GRAVEL TRUCK 580 71 sse and front-end loader, hone 327-1413, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 327-M7 after 5 p.m. dig driveways. T, Mrs. Hattie Skrove, beloved 'ife of the late Air. Taulo krovc who died in the city 'mrrsday, May 7, 1970, at the ge of 83 years, was held at :30 p.m. Saturday in Martin ros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., ith Rev. W. J. Gamble offi-ating. P a 1 1 b e a rers were randsons Harvey and Mcrvin vmkland, Eugene Dunsmore nd Eric Skrove; and aons-in-w George Dunsmore and Wil-am Houston. Interment was THE SALVATION ARMY NEEDS: W 500} wed clothing, particularly chil. efrsB'o clothing. This can bs left at 41) Aye. S. or phor.e or 328- f for pickup service. Cfiw-tf now st lower prices. Killed s ft u Accident G B CODESA (CP) William idulka, 56, a Codesa district L rmer, was killed a i e c e of farm machinery e ppled on him. g Codesa it 300 north- T rf XdmontM, application, documentation id names of references to: SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS i BOX 219 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA NURSERY J AND GREENHOUSE 401 43rd St. S. PHone 328-2 Open Every Doy and Evening aut ly your home wllh winter hardy tc ade and fruit tress, evergreens, rubs, perennials, out 'plants, HIGHEST PRICES WELL-OILED HONG KONG (Reuters) -hina, in a Peking radio report, ailed the industrial and agri-Jltural achievements of its peo-e and said the country has ak lined self-sufficiency in pro-uotion d petrafeiaii. Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES IMS Avj. S. Phor.e 327-62J1 SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radlatora series Always paying more NATIONAL' SALVAGE CO.' LTD. St. North HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS si fOR FAST KESULTS Memorial Gardens, c artin Bros. Ltd., Directors of uneral Service, was In charge the ;