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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihunday, May II, 1973 THE lErHBrtlDGr HIPAU) 23 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES STARTED HEALTHY TURKEY PUL- lals. Apply Of phone 73d.37oi. Lowen Turkey Farm, For! Mncleod. 1733-lf 71 PETS AND SUPPLIES REGISTERED DLACK LABRADOR puppies. Tcp bloodline. J I m Taylor, BM 792, Coalunle. 345-3591. 2J68-20 REGISTERED MINIATURE FE- rnale Black Poodle puppies. Phone 337-2352, between 5 and 9 p.m. only. 2222-20 REGISTERED BOXERS AND SAWL oyed puppies. Tallowd, shols, seven weeks old. Soulhallii Kennels, Taber. C2012 20 PART PERSIAN KITTENS WANT- IMG GOOD HOWES. PHONE Dl AN- NA a( DAYS, OH 33B.73rjO, EVENINGS. 2213-19 PUREBRED TOY POODLE PUP- DkS. Phone 327-739-1. 131B )6th Ave. N. V REGISTERED GOLDFH RETRIEVER Pel, Show and Field sleek. Gulmara Kennel Roq'd., 5B29 Sfllli St., Red Deer, Albcrla. 3.17-370B. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE RAYMOND CLEANERS. Building Icr sale also. Box 441, Ray- mond, Phone 752-3582. Excellent holiday resort Located on one r.f Ibe fines! mounlain lal-.K elf Cou1hern TIT.TIS-provincial Highway. over 3CO ft. d prime lake frc-nlafle, 19 acres of pnrklikt land. Mobile home park, camping racililies, g.ocery and confectionery store- Ljrtje living quar- lers. Unlimited oclcnlial In a year- round recreational area. Priced to sell at on terms. Wrile loday! Einar Darmtrom Cranbrcok Agencies Ltd. 1007 Baker St. Cranbrook, B.C. CARD op THANKS r- A I JJeatkj, Junemk, CUB I AM) SCOUT PACK Would Of emonainS DEATHS KNOWLES Passed away in llic city on Thursday, May 18, 1972, Mr. George Harry Knmvles at llic age of Cl years, beloved husband o[ Mrs. Mary Knowles erf CM 10 St. S. Funeral arrangements will be announce- FUNERALS CARDS OF THANKS (JILL. I would like to Iliank The Optimist Club o( Lelh. 1'urily Dairy Alfons Stobert of Quality Bakery For their kind support in the past. Also The parents of the boys in the 19th Pack for Iheir faithful support. Mr. Mike Seniec and the leaders, Peter and Dorecn ed when compicicd. MAR TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C2022 IIOOAN Funeral for Mrs. Jane Annie doctors and the nurses of i Michalovsky and Chesler and Coalhursl resident Uiird floor SI. Michael's Pally Monk, beloved wife of Ihe late Thomas Hogan who died in tho city Thursday. April 27, 1972, was held in Martin Bros. Tra- ditional Chapel with Pastor C. C. Wessman officiating. Pall- hearers were Tom, Fred and Richard McLaren. Michael PENTON Passed away I Boychuk, William Taylor and suddenly on May lath, 19721 Charles S. Tnler- J.evJs Boswortli, at age of ment was Archniounl. Mem- 73 years, beloved husband of orial Gardens. >.im1in Mrs. Ida Pcnton 410 27t'n St. S. j Lid., Directors ol Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge ol liic ar- Oil sands develop challenge of magnitude CALGARY (CP) Full de- velopment of the Athabasca oil sans will be a challenge "great- er in magnitude than Alberta and Canada have ever faced in F. K. Spragms Hospital for the wonderful care I received while a patient there, j A great big thanks to all my j friends for their visits, flowers, cards and yifls. Helen Giil IN MEMOR1AMS INGIIAM In loving mem- ory of J. 0. Ingham and in lieu of flov.ers, a donation has been made to the Salvation Army for 2280 their social work, by Sister Ella Jackson and wife, of Richmond, ssid today. Speaking More the r.-ma- dian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, the president of Syncrudo Canada Ltd. forecast that the Athabasca oil sands have sufficient reserves for as 1 B.C. 2280 Lethbrirlge. Funeral services conducted by Mr. Keith Rob- bins will be held on Saturday May 20th. at p.m. in The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Wit- nesses, 125 13th St. N. Inter- ment to follow in Arcbmount Cemetery. CHRISTENEEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME in Charge of Arrangements. C2020 rangcmenls, BUIINETT Funeral ser- vice for Burnett, be- loved husband of Mrs. EXTRA MONEY TUNING PIANOS NOW LEARN PIANO TUNING AND REPAIR QUICKLY WITH EASY TO FOLLOW HOME STUDY PROGRAM, APPROVED BY LEADING PIANO MANUFACTURERS. WIDE OPEN FIELD WITH EXCELLENT EARN INGS. NORMAL HEARING, THE ONLY REQUIREMENT. MAKES EX- CELLENT "EXTRA" JOE. CON- TACT' ACCREDITED AND REGIS- TERED TRADE SCHOOL. CAREER INSTITUTE OF PIANO TUNING No. 3C3L- 10203 119Hi Avenue EDMONTON 18, Alberta 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY Sehworiz Agencies (1972) Lid. College A'.all, Phone 32B-3331 Residential CoTinierclal properJJes. Farms find ranches Cily nr ir.wn. Lowest Interest rales available. First tnd second mDrfgages. C1MJ-30 75 CONTRACTS TILE AND CEMENT WORK. Double J. Construclion, 326-3870 cr 345-4430. 13JB-IT CUSTOM WOODWORK OFFICE furniture, remod e I I j n q tables, fences. Finest craftsmanship, P h o n 338-9575. 2D47-K GARAGE BUILDING CEMENT work and sIuccoihR. Andsrson and Sorenson Cnnslruction, 1020 Avc. S. Phone 327-KB2. C7377-lf FREE ESTIMATES OH KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, VANITIES AND CHI- NA CABINETS. BORGE RAVEN, 327- 3219. C1JB3-U REMODELLING HOUSES, SIDE- walKs, driveways, garages, cupboardi and cabinels. 32B-0259, after 6 p.m- 114J-TF FRED STE1NER CEMEMT WORK, Old bojemenls dug, water prnoflng. in- sured, tree E5limales. Phnna 327 S3B4. C366M! RAINBOW PAINTING AND DECOR- aling Wo! i paper, vinvl and spray- ing. Free estimates. Phone 328-215J. 7F2I-ff C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaction equlp- mtnt. Concrete Corral clconlng. Phone 02E liio 2nd Avs. S. C509-H ALUAAIIIUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 338- 5745. C1936-1I FENCES, SIDEWALKS, T 1 O S, driveways, qarages, cupboards, fram- Ino, finishing and (orm Free es- Itrfiales Gusrantcerf No jnb loo small- Phone 32B-D9B7 or 3J5- 3193. 137J-JJ PUBLIC NOTICE: TENDERS Inviletl UD to Wednesday, May 31st, al rj.m. on Ihe building rollnose In Lethbrldpf Equipment .svallahlr- for In- a.m. In p.m. Mon- day Ihroucih Friday al fit Mayer Ma- rirnir, in Mutiny village, Lem- 2 "only Michiaan Maple Blgcki 1 only Slanloy Kriignl CO" Cooking m it..-- 1 only K'nlriM atr-.-l Tnulp !Jo stnlnless rlrcl 1 only BulclTr Bny, ttcdel Grinder 1 on'y Sl.lnley Knlqhl 9' Stainless Steel Back Bar counter I on'v KnlqM Aloria 1AB77 Hoi Focd Slalnlpss Sleel I only Sl.nnlfy Knight 5'6" hflrV. hai i I mlv Vinlr-y Knlcjit Refrlper- V'd Back Bar no compressor I only Enanekrj sta.idina ashtray 1 only Siro Model 33 Meal SBW only FairMnks Alorse Model 1138 PUIIorm Scales 1 only Fryinastr-r Counter Modfl Fryer, Iwii baskets 1 only Garland 4n" Counter Model natural nns, stainless slotl only Roynr.r Gas Fired Furnaces 5 only x r Cooler Doors 1 only y T rnelnl clad llredoor 37 Lineal Fert Clrnne Rod 17 Fluorescent fixtures I only comprrssor Frjulpmenl lo he sold M one pack- only, ?fl ner cent lilrl price will re reouireil as wllh endi fencer. WafrrMI In I p rcmrvetf rrnm prrmlses ltd Inter than sruen r.f hid. The Inv.r'l or any lender not nee- esr-nrlly accented A. 1 Rally President DASH Passed away in the city on Tuesday, May 16, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. Herbert Edward Dash, beloved husband of Mrs. Katie Eliza- beth Dash of 1417 3 Avenue N. The funeral Bervicc mil be held on Friday at 1-00 p m. in tha Cliurch of St. Mary the Virgin, with the Rev. Canon R. W. Cowan officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Me- morial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2023 Agnes fiurnelt of 623 (illi SI. S. who died in the city Monday, May a, 1972. after a brief illness al Ihe age of years, was held at p.m. Thursday in St. Au- gustine's Anglican Church willi i Rev. K. L. Crisfield and Rev. E. R. Doyle officialing. Pall-1 bearers were Orville McDe.r- mott, William Kirby, James P. Talbot, Edward Tichler, Harry Chapman and Ralph Court. In- terment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. MUNRO Passed away in St. George. Utah on Wednes- day, May 17, 1972, Mr. Charles W. Munro, at the age of 64 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Gudnin Munro of 22 Parkview Trailer Park, Lethbridge. Be- sides his loving wife he is sur- vived by two daughters; one grandchild, and three brothers. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, C2024 wish to convey our sincere gratitude to all our friends md rsifilrbors. who halp- cd in iijty way our recent bereavement in loss of a be- loved mother and grandmother. Elizabeth Special thanks i for Ihe expressions of sympathy, fioral tributes, cards, food and to the Edith Cavell Nursing Home 01 Curtoms Dulldlnq, Cal- nary, AIMrln, TIC OXS. FXAMINHD: Calgnry Conatroction Asaociation Jito 5th Avenue. N.W. Calnnry Alberta Tflleptione: Lowell or any tender not racelsar- IIV accented ORIGINA1 SIONCn BY v. nouuncr i'. Distrkl Supervisor, CARD OF THANKS LFCK (SADA1I We would like lo extend cur sincere thanks lo llic riirfos and staff of the Lcthbridge Municipal Hospital for the kind and lender care given lo our dear mother I while she was a Uirre: alto lo those who cared for slip in tlir SinilhJ.ind Nursing Home. A sporhl ihar.k j you lo thp doclor for his fill cnrc. Th.inks also lo Ihosc who assisted in any way nl the funeral service. Sincere appreci- ation for words of comfort, flowers, cards and food. We Ihank you from tin- bottom ot our and Winona. 2247 STRAIN' In loving memory of a dear mother, Estlrer Strain, v.iio passed away May 13, They say lhat time R'ill ease all pain And help us to forget. B'jt time so far has only shown How much we miss you yet. We miss your smile, your voice, your talk, The things you used to do, We miss the happy times we had, But mostly we miss you. remembered by her son Lloyd and family. 2271 many as 50 plants the size of the proposed barrels- a-day Syncrude opei-arjon, tenta- tively scheduled to begin oper- ation in 1976. BIG EXPENSE To build these plants at the northeastern Alberta deposits, Mr. Spraghis said, would re- quire to construc- tion workers and 52 to 53 billion locked up in continual construc- tion, as well as a vast body of scientific and managerial ex- pertise. Extraction of the 86 billion barrels of currently recoverable oil in. the sands, twice the pro- ven North American off conventional oil, will be "an ex. Spragins said, and will require i create l.H'O nr.v co-operalion between govern-1 nent jolis and m ment, business and labor lo ere-1 jobs in ;is ;nL-ial'-'i ale Ihe necessary facilities! with a total payn in time to satisfy Ihe demand. I lion a ;.ear. Development regulations and' Developmenl taxation would have to be "re-1 would create mai tufiiiies tific upp'jr- Bui if Ihis vasl effort can i resuarch aivl be mounted, there was every ancl ncwi reason to i lo service Hit: tlial the sands tht can eventqllly become a Ire- mendous new source of pros- j perily (or Alberta, producing iI'1' not only vast quantities of oil, j but and several melals as well. Allhough (he conventional oil industry in Alberta still has much to do, Mr. Spragins said. "additional supplies of oil will be required lo meet Ihe in- demands of encugh in; North America. Both the con- venlional oil induslry and Iho Can- Deaths Tin: r.'. Yerfs Athabasca tar sands together will not, hood, be able lo supply all tho potential maikets lor Alberta oil that are sure to develop." ClltcllLVJll. (.ll. working i rirst president confedcratirei was firsl Canadian COLUICI! i: No w pnrl. T. Each new sands plant would Miufrlor. rf IV attract to perma-! depth bnmb ir-t'd I HIT nent new residents lo the area.: man Iremely high risk venture." Mr. The Syncrude plant itself would STORES COAST TO COAST IN CANADA SHACK BINDING POST KIT Ten brass plated insulated n G red and 5 black. Eoiy-to-use swivel action. Sizes No. 1-6 in eaie. chrome plalod handle. 64-1948. Shpg. wi. 4 DK............52.49 Specify Resistance Value When Ordering. 271 B 000 L. MirVes dotenE of useful decorative items. Bends eyes, spirals, curves and circles. Up 10 rJia, 04-1960 Wl. 8-PC.NUTDRIVER SET WITH POWER HANDLE SIZES: Colour codtd Iniulittd drivers fit into maiter "powir hindle" for rul lorque. Tempered nm-proof Fockiti. 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