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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May 1174 THE LITHBRIDQE HERALD 31 1 In Memoriams I Cards Of Thanks BIRTHS BUTTON Bill and Charlene are pleased to announce the birth of their first 9 Ibs. 7 on May 1974. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. Szpak and Mr. and Mrs. B. all of Lethbridge. Insured. 1915-25h ARNOLDUSSEN Clarence and Johanna Arnoldussen are proud to announce the arrival of their second a Joel born May 8 Ibs 4 oz at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. A brother for Jonas. Proud grandparents are Mr and Mrs. J. Arnoldussen and Mr. and Mrs. G. Feyter of Fort Macleod 2080-25 FOSS Bradley is pleased to announce the arrival of his little Andrew born on May weighing 7 Ibs. 5 ozs. Proud parents are Scott and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Allan Foss of Coutts and Mr and Mrs. E. O Dickie of Lethbridge 2318 POTTER Bev and Idwal are pleased to announce the arrival of their chosen Catherine on May 1974 A sister for Trevor. Proud grandparents are Mr and Mrs W J Turnbull of Pincher Creek and Mr and Mrs I N. Potter of Lethbridge 2317 MIKLOS George and Joh- anna are pleased to announce the arrival of their Jason May 1974 at Alberta. The proud grandparent is Mrs Johanna Plausteiner of Lethbridge. Proud great-grandparents are Mr and Mrs. George Szakaly of Lethbridge. 2277 DEATHS WATSON Passed away in Coaldale on May Mr. Stanley Robert Watson at the age of 26 years of beloved husband of Mrs. Emily Watson Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of Funeral Service C8955 McDERMOTT Passed away in the city on May Mr James McDermott at the age of 89 beloved husband of Mrs Mary McDermott of Coalhurst Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of Funeral Service C8956 SIMPSON Passed away suddenly in th.e city on Thurs- May Mrs Maud Simpson at the age of 63 beloved wife of Mr Clare C Simpson of No. 10 1410 43rd Street South raised and educated in following her marriage the late Mrs Simpson and her husband moved to Lethbridge where they resided until 195S at which time they moved to Del Bonita where her husband was employed by Canadian. Customs In June 1969 they returned to Lethbridge where she has resided until her sudden passing She is survived by two Robert of Grande John of one Mrs. B F McFadden of two one Mrs. Sadie McGillivary of one Mr John A. Mulligan of Calgary. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Shrine Club and she was also in the Daughters of the Sakkara .Temple 115 The funeral service will be held at 3 p.m on May 1974 in St. Augustine's Anglican with Rev. L. Frank Lee officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Directors of the funeral service. C8954 WASTE NO TIME The Japanese Hikari super- express trains travel daily be- tween Tokyo and Osaka at an over-all average speed of 101 miles an hour IN MEMORIAMS LENGYEL In loving memory of a dear father and Frank who passed away May 1952. Loved and remembered always. Helen and son- in-law Martin arid family 2284 MACKIE In loving memory of our Mrs. Mary A. who passed away' May 1953. remembered by her Annie and Molly 2289 LENGYEL In loving memory of a dear father and Frank who passed away May 1952 Silent true and tender Just to show I still remember. daughter grandchildren Shirley and Barb 2286 SABO In loving memory of a dear Paul who passed away on May 1973. Just a prayer from those who loved Just a memory fond and true. In our hearts you will live forever Because we thought the world of you. remembered by Agnes Tedesco and family 2288 CHOLLAK In loving memory of a dear and Jo- seph who passed away May 1961. Time goes but memories As near and dear as A day to sad to Without farewell he left us all remembered by his wife and family 2283 LENGYEL In loving memory of a dear husband and Frank who passed away May 1952 As time goes by the memories stay As as dear as yesterday No need for words except to Still still missed in every way. remembered by his wife Elizabeth and all the family 2285 Sophie In loving memory of a dear mother and who passed away .May 1970 Though she has gone to And her hand we cannot Still we have so many memories Of a dear wife and mother we loved so much Her memory is our With which we'll never God has her in His keeping But we have her in our hearts remembered by husband daughters Irene and Bernice and families 2290 SABO In loving memory of who passed away May 1973. One lonely year has passed since our great sorrow The shock which we received that we still remember Our hearts still ache with our secret tears still For what it meant to lose no one will ever know When we are sad and and everything goes We seem to hear you Cheer and carry on. loved and sadly missed by George and family 2287 CARDS OF THANKS IHME We wish to express our deep appreciation and sincere thanks to. everyone who showed kindness and sympathy with Mass visits and cards during the loss of our loved Victoria Marlene Randy and Craig 2334 SULLIVAN Mrs. Pearl Sullivan wishes to express sincere thanks to all the nurses and staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their kind attendance during her recent also to all her friends who came to and to all those who sent cards. 2279 IHME We would like to express our gratitude to the people who sent phoned and sent cards during our time of sorrow. It was greatly appreciated. Thank you all. Dora Toporiwski Jim Gertie Bill Currie 2282 FUKAMI We wish to extend a sincere thanks and appreciation to all our friends who helped us in many ways during our recent bereavement Thank you also to the doctor and staff of the Picture Butte Hospital Asa Fukami and family 2278 The executive of the Nobleford Community Ice Centre would like to thank all those who helped in any for making this past the best The winners of the raffle are Black and white television set Edward Alta. Radio David Parker Picture Butte. 2280 i VANCOUVER Michael Grenby of the Vancouver Sun and Derry formerly of the Alberni Valley Times in Port won the top awards in MacMillan Bloedel Ltd.'s 16th annual journalism competition for writers on British Columbia daily newspapers Mr Grenby took the award for writers on newspapers with more than circulation and Mr. Mcdonell received a similar award in the circulation category Awards of went to Al Arnaspn of the Vancouver Province and to Dave Finlayson of the Kamloops Daily Sentinel for larger and smaller circulation dailies respectively Sharon Church of the Vancouver Bill Graham of the Prince George and Vern Giesbrecht of the Alberni Valley Times received honourable mention awards of The awards were announced Friday night by company president Denis Timmis Mr Grenby's winning entry was a series of eight columns which analyzed investments and the handling of family income and business problems A two-part study of the problem of drifting logs in Alberni I nlet was Mr McdoneU's winning entry ECONOMICALLY GOOD Hemlock timber has unfavorable commercial qualities but its cheapness makes it useful as coarse lumber and rough dimension stock. TORONTO this is Dial-a-Tory from beautiful downtown Progressive Conservative Party candidates and organ- izers across Canada will be hearing a similar greeting ev- ery morning if they take ad- vantage of a new service being offered by the party's Toronto headquarters. Three Bell Canada coda- phone machines sit on a win- dow ledge in party headquar- two set up to receive long distance calls and one for local calls. When the numbers are the caller hears a recorded message up to three minutes long. Managing editors elect president Hitching a ride A helicopter hoists a two-ton cabin cruiser off the rocks after it piled up near Toronto Island airport. The owner of the Roy Hayward of said he missed a turn while heading out of the harbor. He said he was bit em- about the accident. EXPANDS INTERESTS BRASILIA The Bra- zilian subsidiary of Germany's Volkswagen auto- making firm is going into the cattle lumber and paper industries in the Amason with an investment of it was an- nounced here. Volkswagen is Brazil's biggest car-maker and the government is encouraging big firms to invest in the Amazon as part of a broad development drive Lethbridge Federal Progressive Conservative NOMINATION MEETING to told it EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL 8 p.m. May 1974 Gumt Sptaker Member of Parliament for Vegreville andChalrman of the Progressive Conservative Caucas inMrttd by ttw Ltthbrldgi Auoclitlon A UNIQUE LIQUOR CONTROL SYSTEM THAT PROVIDES First Time CONSUMER PROTECTION AND TOTAL BAR COUBtSi EUCM SEMEO lionest measure system 1 POURS EVERY CUSTOMER AN EXACT SHOT EVERY TIME' 2. COUNTS EVERY SHOT POURED' 3 SIMPLE CONTROL SHEET ACCOUNTS FOR EVERY DRINK SERVED AND EVERY DOLLAR TAKEN UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED INCREASE BAR-OWNERS PROFITS FROM TO PREVENT STOP UNREPORTEO KEEP BOTTLES CUSTOMER SEES BOTTLE AT ALL TIMES' Case Histories of Customer PREVENTS ADULTERATION OF LIQUOR1 32-1 OUNCE SHOTS PER 02 thru 1V. oz BAR SUPPLY AND LIQUOR SALESMEN available in Canada. EXCLUSIVE PROTECTED TERRITORIES AVAILABLE ARE YOU WELL CONNECTED WITH THE BAR OWNERS IN YOUR IF YOU WE HAVE A GROUND FLOOR OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU WITH THE HON- EST MEASURE SYSTEM. HONEST MEASURE HAS DEVELOPED AND PATENTED THE MOST SOPHISTICATED AND PRACTICAL LIQUOR CONTROL SYSTEM EVER DEVELOPED. DIRECTOR OF Honest measure system POST OFFICE BOX 4520 STATION ALBERTA T2T 5N3 253-4964 Ont. C. W. E. managing editor of the Ottawa was elected Friday president of the Canadian Managing Editors' Conference for a two- year term. Mr MacPherson replaced C. W Davey of The Toronto Globe and Mail. The election of officers came at the end of a two-day conference of managing editors representing daily newspapers from across Canada. About 50 delegates attended the annual first formed here in 1946. James D. Morrison of the Fredericton Gleaner was elected first vice-president and Paul Warnick the Hamilton Spectator was chosen second vice-president Ed Hayes of the Kitchener- Waterloo Record was elected secretary-treasurer. Directors elected for a two- year term Charles Bell of the Regma W. T. Gait of the Vancouver Sisto of Montreal La Erik Watt of the Oshawa Don Smith of the Edmonton Journal and Jim Nichol of the Mpncton Times and the Transcript. Other members of the board of directors elected for a one- year term were. Jack Brigha of the London Free Robert McAleer of the Windsor Bill Drever of the Calgary John Weichel of the Stratford Beacon Art Wood of the Montreal Star and Gerry Haslam of the Winnipeg Tribune Wainwright schools readied for classes Alta The superintendent of the Wainwright School district says all five schools in the eastern Alberta community will be cleaned and ready for classes Monday despite a week-long strike by school employees Marvin Tomashavsky says groups of volunteer parents nave already prepared several of the town's schools and will have the remaining schools cleaned in time for classes The strike triggered a walk- out by about 85 per cent of the Wainwright High School's 500 students Wednesday. The students walked out of classes to draw the attention of the provincial government to the continuing labor strife 7L7 Ranches Ltd. Farm Machinery and Livestock AUCTION SALE 2 miles north and 2 miles east and 2 miles north and Vz mile east of Alberta or 15 miles north west of Emerson Bridge on Highway No 36. June 5 10 a.m. sharp Having been favoured with instructions from 7 L 7 will offer for lale the followma line of firm machinery aa htted which ia merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee to condition or agt and li subject to errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. Terms. Cash the day of the with settlement in full belcre removal from the farm. C.C.I.L. Volvo diesel tractor with dual brand never left the dealer carries new warranty to new Deutz model D 8005 diesel tractor with cab and 3 point hitch and 6 cylinder Deutz model 8005 diesel tractor with cab COMBINES 1 C C.I.L. 1B ft self pro- pelled motor recently easily converted for grass C.C.I.L. 18 ft self propelled C C I L 30 ft self propelled swather Dodge 1 ton truck with flat Fargo 4 ton 500 series truck with gram box and Fargo 4 ton Fargo 4 ton Datsun Vz ton like approx Fargo ton with slant 6 motor and stock Fargo 4 ton truck 500 series with box and hoist and stock racks and silage 1200 bushels of cleaned seed oats FORAGE 1 John Deere forage 1 New Holland forage 1 Gehl forage 1 Jiffy hi-dump forage large 5-6 ton capacity 2 John Deere 14 ft model Eolla press drills with grass attachments with duplex like used very C.C.I.L 27 ft heavy duty hydraulic lift wing style chisel 1 self propelled 70 ft weed sprayer 1 Grader border dyke ft Cockshutt double 1 Degelman rock ft C.C.I.L. deep tillage wheel rubber tired 1 combine ft. spring tooth harrows with several sections of diamond ton tan- dem axle trailer with 1 Richardson pull type large grader with ft gram auger 1 large heavy duty land 14 ft x 50 yard Euclid scraper with 250 h.p. 2 gram 1 walking 1 McLeod 1 earth ft. gram auger with gas 1 creep 1 V snow can be adapted to most large 1 bull dozer 1 front end loader hay furrow steel wheel plow FUEL 1 gal fuel tank with steel stand SHOP TOOLS MISC. 1 Cement mixer with electric 1 large power pipe threader and 1 tire 1 heavy duty post 1 power hack 1 McLeod 180 amp. electric 1 portable power 1 hydraulic post 1 tree cattle quantity of oil hyd. bearings and speed quantity of chisel plow 1 Kirk quantity of scrap iron and 2 drill 1 line shaft and 1 over head crane shop several electric many more good shop tools and misc items too numerous to mention. LIVESTOCK Sell at approximately p.m. 50 head of brown Swiss Angus Hereford cross yearling 50 head of Charolais Angus Hereford cross yearling 30 Hereford yearling 50 Angus yearling 50 head of Swiss cross yearling 20 Welsh black cross yearling 100 head of yearling brown Swiss Hereford Angus Charo- lais cross. AUCTIONEERS This large auction sale affords the best for farmers and ranchers to obtain some hard to find farm machinery as well as taking advantage of Ihe extra grass that has come with the recent heavy moisture conditions by purchasing your choice of yearling steers or heifers This sale is the result of a very recent complete change over In operations to a modern teed mill and feed lot as well as a cow-calf operation. Tklt is i wry uta md will worth ittMflRgl Thte only partial listing. Complete HMIng will appear in Saturday June 1st Lethbrktge Heratd. SALECONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX ALBERTA THE SOUTH IY WON OF For further Information phone or the owner Lea Handley Fred Burton Roger Handtoy Uc.Nt 010120 UC.M.OOM15 Ue. Nt. 010121 ;