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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ThutKloy, May II, 1973 THE lETHBIilDOt IllPAtl) 25 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES STARTED HEALTHY TURKEY PUL- lels. Apply Of Phone !34.376S. Uwen TurKey Farm, Fort Mncteod. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES REGIiTERED BLACK LABRADOR oupples. Top bloodline. J I m Taylor, Sax79J, Coaldale. 345-3591. MINIATURE male Black Poodle puppies. I 337-2352, between 5 and 9 p.m. REGISTERED BOXERS AND SAM- oyed puppies. Tattoced, shots, seven weeks old. Southallo Kennels, 33W130, Taper.________________________CJOV2-30 PART PERSIAN KITTENS WANT- ING GOOD HOWES. PHONE DIAN NA at DAYS, OR 3267300, PUREBRED TOY POODLE Phone 327.739.1. 1318 16th REGISTERED GOLDEN RETRIEVER Sippto. Pet, Show and Gulrnara Kennel Reg'd., SKI St., Red Deer, Alberta. 3.17-3708. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE RAYMOND CLEANERS. Buildinq Icr sale also. Box M, RaV- inond. Phone 752-3582. Excellent holiday resort Located on one d the finest rnpunl with southern Hiqhn over 3GD ft. of prime lake frr-Titaoe, 19 acres of pnrklike land. Mobile home park, camping facilities, g.-ocery and conteclicnery store. Ljrcje living q ters. Unlimited potential In a V round recreational area, priced to at Jlio.oca on terms, virile today! Einar Damttrom Cranbrcok Agencies Ltd. 1007 Baker St. Cranbrook, B.C. EXTRA MONEY TUNING PIANOS NOW LEARH P1AHO TUNING AMD REPAIR QUICKLY WITH EASY-TO- HOME STUDY PROGRAM, APPROVED BY LEADItIG P I A NO MANUFACTURERS. WIDE OPEN FIELD WITH EXCELLENT EARN- INGS NORMAL HEARING, THE ONLY REQUIREMENT. MAKES EX- CELLENT "EXTRA" JOB. CON- TACT' ACCREDITED AND REGIS- TERED TRADE SCHOOL. CAREER INSTITUTE OF PIANO TUNING No. 3031- 10203- 119th Avenue EDMONTON 18, Alberta L-en 7 H i 1 (1 iflfl I (Jf Jkanki, Jn I OR or, iy. KNOWLES Passed away in tlic city on Thursday, May 18, 1972, Mr. George Harry Knowles at the age o! 61 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Knowlcs of CM 10 St. S. Funeral arrangements will be announce-ed when completed. MAR TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. IIOOAX Funeral service j for Mrs. Jane Annie Hogan, Coal hurst resident and beloved wife of the late Mr. Thomas Hogan who died in the city Thursday. April 27, 1972, was held in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel with Pastor C. C. Weasman officiating. Pallbearers were Tom, Fred and Richard McLaren. Michael Boychuk, William Taylor and Charles S. Wesselman. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens. >.''irlin B-os. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the OF THANKS GILL I would like to than my doctors and the nurses (he third floor St. Michael Hospital for the wonderful cai I received while a patient tlier A great big thanks to all m friends for their visits, flower cards and gifts. Helen Giil 22, OAKTZ We wish to conv our sincere gratitude lo all o friends Lnd r.sighbors. who hs ed in way during our rece in th? loss of a b loved mother and grandmolhe Elizabeth Gaetz. Special than for the expressions of synvpalh floral tributes, cards, food and the Edith Cavell Nursing Hon aid staff: the doctors and nurs at SL Michael's Hospital a Father Fields. George G. Gaetz a family. 22 M. en 30, O-UJ-00, t-19 JP-N. bK ,ck. Slh Passed away suddenly on May 15th, 1972 I.evis Bosworth, at the age of 73 years, beloved husband o[ Mrs. Ida Ponton 413 27th St. S. Lethbridge. 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 Witnesses, 125 18th St. N. Interment to follow in Archmount Cemetery. CHBISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME in Charge of Arrangements. C2020 DASH Passed away in the city on Tuesday, May 16, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. Herbert Edward Dash, beloved husband of Mrs. Katie RS. ain cff ay. 19 sine and jar-ear-lell Funeral service for Wilfred Burnett, beloved husband of Mrs. Agnes Burnett of 623 (ith St. S. who died in the city Monday, May S, 1972. after a brief illness at he age of 112 years, was held at p.m. Thursday in St. Augustine's Anglican Church with ?ev. R. L. Crisfield and Rev. S. R. Doyle officiating. were Orville McDer-mott, William Kirby, James P. Talbot, Edward Tichler, CARD OF THANKS LETHBiUDGE CUB AM) SCOUT PACK Would like to thank The Optimist Club of Leth. Purity Dairy Alfons Stobert of Quality Bakery For their kind support in the past. Also The parents of the boys in the 19th Pack for their faithful support, Mr. Mike Seniec and of i Mlchalovsky and Chester and Pattv Mook. 2281 Oil sands developmesi challenge of magnite IN MEMOR1AMS r! INCH AM In loving mem- 1 t ory of J. 0. Ingham and in lieu offlov.ers, a donation has been made to the Salvation Army for 2280 their social work, by Sister Ella Jackson and wife, of Richmond, 'B.C. 2280 beth Dash of 1417 3 Avenue N. The funeral service will be held on Friday at p.m. in the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, with the Rev. Canon R. W. Cowan officiating. Interment v.-ill follow In Archmount Me- morial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. phone 323-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2023 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. College Mall. Phone 328-3331 Residential, commercial properties. Farms .ind randies. Lowest interest rate? nd second mortgages. City available. First 75 CONTRACTS TILE AND CEMENT WORK. Double J. Construction, 326-3870 or 13.1B-tf CUSTOM WOODWORK OFFICE furniture, remod e I I i n q tables, fences. Finest craftsmanship. Phone 338.9525. 2047-U GARAGE BUILDING CEMENT work and sluccoinp. Anderson and Sorensori Conslruction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-66S2. C7377-lf FREE ESTIMATES ON KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, VANITIES AND CHI- NA CABINETS. BORGE RAVEN, 327- CI5B3-H SIDE- REMODELLING HOUSES and cabinets. 32B-02S9, after 6 p.m. 1142-tf FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old bo'ements dug, water proofing. In- sured, tree estimates. Phone 327-6284. RAINBOW PAINTING AND DECOR- ating Wai, paper, vinyl and EDray- ing. Free estimates. Phone C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Grave! leveling. Compaction equip- ment. Concrete eauioment. C o cleaning. Phone 32E-H65. lil0 Ave. S. 2nd C509-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- 5745. C193S-H FENCES, SIDEWALKS, P.ATtOS, driveways, garaaes, cupboards, fram- Ino, finishing and form work. Free es- timates. Guaranteed workmanship. No lob too small. Phone 328-WB7 or 345, PUBLIC NOTICE TENDERS MU.N'RO Passed away in St. George. Utah on Wednes- day, May 17, 1972, Mr. Charles W. Muraro, at the age of 64 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Girfnin Mrairo 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. E. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Interment will follow Mountain View Cemetery- MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc tors of Funeral Service. C2024 VF.NHUIS Passed away suddenly in the city in Thurs- day, April 27, 1972, Mr. Pietcr Venhuis, at the age of 56 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Alien Venhuis of 325 12 St. B. N. Born in Holland the late Mr. VenhuiF came to Lethbridge in 1930 where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by three daugh- ters, Mrs. (Grace) H. Huiiinga, Everett, Washington, Elli and Florence Venhuis, both at home, seven sons, George of Lethbridge, William of Noble- ford, John A. of Femie, B.C. Fred of Brooks, Jacob, David and Richard all of Lethbridge; 15 grandchildren; three sisters, Harmke, Ebeltje and Albertje, all in Holland, and tliree broth- ers, Alje in Holland. Dave, ol Grant Michigan, and Harry ol Lethbridge. He was predeceas- ed by one daughter and one brother. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, May 20th at p.m. in the Chris- tian Reformed Church. 1807 2 Avenue A. N., with Rev. L. Mulder officiating. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- Invited up to Wednesday, May 31st, at p.m. on the equipment wlilch was damaged by B building collapse In Lethbrldpe rt. cen'lv. Equipment available tor in. speclion a.m. 1a p.m. Mon. day through Friday at 449 Mayci Vill.ipe, hridfifi. 2 only Michigan Maple 1 only St.inlsy Knlynt id" C Ma- Leth- and 2246 STRAIN In loving memory of a dear mother, Estlrer Strain, i Tiho passed away May 33, 1956. They say that time will ease all pain And help us to forget. But 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. 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. Spragins said today. Speaking before the Cana- dian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, the president of Syncrudo Canada Ltd. forecast that the Athabasca oil sands have sufficient reserves for as many as 50 plants the size of the proposed barrels- a-day Syncrude operation, tenta- tively scheduled to begin oper- ation in 1976. BIG EXPENSE To build these plants at the northeastern Alberta deposits, Mr. Spragins said, would re- quire to construc- tion workers and 52 to ?3 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 reserves off conventional oil, will be "an ex. Spragins said, and will require create nr.v co-operation between govern- ncnt jobs anti en ment, business and labor to ere- j ate the necessary in time to satisfy the demand. facilities! with a total payro Development regulations and lion a year. Development taxation would have to be ali.stic." But if this vast effort can be mounted, there was every reason to expect that the sands :an eventullly become a tre- mendous new source of pros- perity for Alberta, producing not only vast quantities of oil, hut petrochemicals and several metals as well. 're-1 would create; imi (unities for (ific research and and new inclining I to service the tar tries thcins'v.'.'v; i ada Ltd. ilseli 1133 people by In short, >.air "the tar sands i The question i.-. beriar.s, roa'lv sands'.'" Deaths Yesterday Jy TIIK CANADIAN F. Mr Although the conventional oil: industry in Alberta still has much to do, Mr. Spragins said. "additional supplies of oil will be required to meet the in- creasing demands of encugh in.j North America. Both the con-! ventional oil industry and tho i t'ulchoon. Ul, Athabasca tar sands working i fjrst president n together will not, in all likeli- Confederation hood, be able to supply all the potential markets for Alberta oil that are sure to develop." Each new sands plant would attract to perma- nent new residents to the area. tremely high risk Mr.' The Syncrude plant itself would Fiir Chapman and Ralph Court. In- terment was in Mountain View lemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. WIEBE Funeral service for Mrs. Josephine Wiebe, be- loved wife of the late Mr. Jacob Wicbe and native daugh- ter of Russia who died at Coal- dale Wednesday, May 10. 1972, after a long illness at the age of C6 years, was held at p.m. Saturday in the Menno- nite Brethren Church, Coal- dale, with Rev. David Pankratz and Rev. Peter Retzlaff officia- ling. Pallbearers were Herman Kastner, John Neufeld, David Martens, Peter Enns, Albert Dyck and John Sawatsky. In- terment was in the Coaldale Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. HENDERSON Funeral service for James Beveridge Henderson, beloved husband of Mrs. Florence Henderson of 414 25th St. S. who died sudden- ly in the city Saturday, May 13, 1972, at the age of 78 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Chapel with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Frank Russell, John Walker. Mark Grant. Don and John Murray and Stan Tiffin. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Diretcors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. HENDERSON Funeral service for Alexander Thomas Henderson, who died at Pic- ture Butte Friday, May 12. 1972, after a brief illness at the age of 58 years, was held at p.m. Monday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Dr. R W. K. Elliott officiating. Pall- bearers were Ray, Warren and Stanley Lykman, John Voylko. Dick Teasdale and Leonard Benson. Interment was in Mountain V i e w Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Sen-ice, was in charge of the arrangements. neral Service, C2021 Tfl 1'nlfiM j'ft" BED CROSS OFFICERS OTTAWA (CP) Andre Mar- cil of Montreal was elected president of the Canadian Red ccks Cross Society and K. J. Kane, I Toronto, chairman of the soci- 'nfl ety's national executive com- ni.Uee. stF.Il I only Bulcl'pr BnVi Mcdel Meat Grinder l on'y Stanley Knight 9' Stainless Steel Back Bar Counter i only Sl.inley Knlqht Moris 16877 Hot Focd Tahle Stainless Steel 1 only Stanley Knight S'6" stoinisis "'i only St.inlpy KnieiW Bar no compressor 1 only Enaneied sifl.idina ashtray 1 cnly Siro Model 33 Meat Saw 3 only Fairbanks Morse Model 1158 Platform Scales I only Frymaitpr Counter Model Fryer, twin haskets 1 only Garland Counter Model Prk'rtle, nntural qns, stainless stetl only Rcynnr GUI Fired Furnnces 1 only v. T metal clad fin-door 97 Llnoal Feet Drape Rod 17 Fluorescent fixtures 1 nnly compressor to hn sold as one pack- nno only, 30 cont cf bid price 'ill fce required as dopr PUBLIC NOTICE thai Off '.n-'iiy atrcptrd. A. t.. finny Pmiidont Ulhbridge. DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDER j For: Rcoairs to Eden Valley School and i Eden Vnlley Indian Reserve Indox No. 84 j Isndfrs. marked n-. to ron- t tpnt. ad.lrcFSPd to Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 401 Customs Building, Calgary, Alberta, TIG 0X5, will he rPceiVKl en to: P.M. (M.D.S.T.) DATE: May 31, 197? Tender documents can be obtained By General Contractors only on deposit of SJJ.OO for each project In 1h-> rf (TRT'Finn n-lRniJF. LECK Funeral service for Mrs. Sarah Larsen (Earl) Leek, beloved wife of Linsay K. Leek of 1004 22nd St. S. who died in the city after a long illness Monday, May 9, 1972, at the age of 80 years, was held al 2 p.m. Thursday, May n, 1972, in the 10th Ave. LDS Church with Bishop Clifford Peterson officiating. Honorary pallbear- ers were 15cn Oliver, Dan Mioh- elson. Rert Pierson, Em Xil- sson, Harold rhristonsen. Par- ley Klmer Spac man and Otto Sclmoor. Active1 pallbearers were Marvin Hog- enson, Dale, Hugh and Aubrey Earl, Arlidgc Hill and LaMar Prince. Interment was in the Stirling Cemetery. Christcnsen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd. Di- I rectors of Funeral Service, was j in charge of the arrangements. Mnne1.-. from fee Detinrt inert In- dlnn Affairs find Morlhprn Ocvclon- n-ffit, xoi Customs Building, Cal- finry, Allwrta, TIG OXS. Cnlgnry Conatruttion Asaocration J5JO Sth Avenue Calnnry 4J Alberts Tnlephone: 363-5555 LowBit or nny tendsr not nsceisar- lly accenrpd. ORIGIMAt. MfiHED BY A ninlc1 nursery web spider j presents bis mate with a fly be- fore mating. I v. District Supervisor, B la District. MAO CARD OF THANKS LECK (SARAH EARL) Wt would like to extend our sincere thanks to the rurpcs and stafl of the TjCl.hbridgo "Municipal Hospital for Ihc kind and toixlci care given to our dear mothci while she was a tliorc also to tliosc wlio cared for hc-i wliilc plio was in tlio Roullil Nursinjj Home. A .special IharA you to tlie doctor for liis watch fid care. Thanks also to those who assisted in any way at the funeral service. Sincere appreci- ation for words of comfort flowers, cards and food. We thank you from the bottom ol our hearts. and Winona. 2247 You don't have to splice wires for speakers PATCHCORDS SPEAKER EXTENSION CABLES WITH PHONO PLUGS Requires no soldering to connect! Cord terminates in RCA phono plug at each end. USB for extension speakers or to move present speakers to more con- venient iT.itinng 4f V 42-2392, 24 ft.. Ship. wt. MOLDED CABLE ASSEMBLIES Multipurpose flexible cable for every application. All .ire grey, shielded. MaVes dozens of useful decorative items. eyes spirals, curves ard circles. Up to dia. 64-1960 Wt, 8-PC.NUTDRIVERSETWITH POWER HANDLE SHACK PRECISION SCREWDRIVER SET Easy-to-use swivel action. Sizes No. 1-6 in handle, 64-1948. 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