Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS FOR HAULING LINEN Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned until 1200 hours on Mon- day November 18th, 1974 lor supply- ing transportation of clean and soiled linens between ten hospitals In Southwestern Alberta and the Regional Laundry situated at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital Transportation must follow a pre determined scheduled Quoted prices (or this service should be on an annual basis. Further information and tender forms can be obtained from Mr M B McCombe, General Manager Southern Alberta Reaional Hospital Services in Leth Municipal Hospital Lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted Service to commence December 1st. 1974 Please address tenders to. Chairman. Hospital Board, Leth General Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home district No 65. 9th 18th St S Lethbridge. Alia N10 RE: DEVELOPMENT CONTROL BYLAW NO. 2887 The following applications for development permits have been approved by the Secretary of the Municipal Planning Commission- DC 74 094 Mr H R Brown to establish a mobile home on a farm located in SW% of 35-8-22. DC 74 095 City of Lethbridge to establish rest rooms and service building m the West Lethbndge park area on the west side of the lake Any person affected by the said deci- sion may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board by delivering either personally or by Registered Mail, statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the office of the City Clerk in the City Hall not later than November 15th. 1974 DATE- October 31, 1974 T Kanashiro, Secretary Municipal Planning Commission N14 Oil report CALGARY (CP; Liquid petroleum production in Alberta averaged barrels a day during the week ended Oct. 15, the Alberta Energy Resources Conserva- tion Board has reported. Production in the previous week averaged barrels a day. Daily produc- tion in October was expected to average barrels. Appointment BIRTHS CHERNOS Born October 31, 1974, a.m., Nikole and Joanne are happy to have a sister and have dubbed her Robin Anne. She tipped the scales at 7 Ibs. 5 oz. and she better be that tall too when she grows up because she's going to have to be the basket- ball player in the family. Also the hunter and fisherman cause that's all folks. Proud parents are Rod and Nancy. 4940 MACLEOD Murdoch and Katherine are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, a son, Norman Christian, on October at St. Michael's Hospital. X529 McCAGHERTY Wayne and Gloria are pleased to an- nounce the birth of their daughter, Heather Anne, on October 30, 1974 at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Edmon- ton. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Vern McCagher- ty and Mr. and Mrs. Nestor Hryvnak of Lethbridge. 4879 DEATH ELLERT Passed away in Calgary on Friday, November 1st, 1974, following a lengthy illness Mrs. Emma Marie Ellert at the age of 91 years of 2413 25th Avenue N.W.. Calgary, formerly of Milk River, beloved wife of the late Mr. Frank H. Ellert who predeceased her in 1954. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. William (Caroline) Horgus of Milk River. Mrs. Erma Ranson of Calgary: one son Mr. Herbert Ellert of Calgary; thirteen grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. Prayers will be said at St. Pius X, Roman Catholic Church in Calgary at p.m. on Sunday. Prayers will also be said at St. Peters Roman Catholic Church in Milk River at p.m. on Monday. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 12 noon on Tuesday, November 5th, in St. Peter's Church in Milk River, with Rev. Father J. Schuster celebrant. Interment will follow in the Family Plot. Milk River Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C4071 MAMMALS DISAPPEAR 01 the 100 species of mam- mals that have become ex- tinct during the last years. 75 have disappeeared within the last 200 vears. Saturday, November 2, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 29 GEORGE MAYER Mr. Don. Pickett, Manager of Beaver Home Centre in Lethbridge is pleased to announce the ap- pointment of Mr. George Mayer as our Home Im- provement Consultant. If you require help with your planning, estimate or materials call at our store on 3rd Avenue or by appointment in your home. H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker Home Office Phone 344-3822 Country Wide Homes LTD. is pleaded to announce the appointment of MR. LEN BURBANK as Sales Representative for our Lethbridge location. Len has a considerable amount of business and sales experience and is well proven in the community. Len looks forward to meet- ing all his friends and new acquaintances and will endeavor to assist you in your housing requirements. COUNTRY WIDE HOMES LTD. BEHIND ELKS CLUB 205 12th St. A South 328-8422 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS NEIMANN Passed away suddenly in the city on Friday, November 1st. 1974, Mrs. (Jennie I Elsie Neimann at the age of 59 years, beloved wife of Mr. Arthur Neimann of Magrath, Alta. Born, raised and educated in Magrath, the late Mrs. Neiman and her hus- band have continued to operate the family farm until her sudden passing. She belonged to the Magrath Lutheran Laidies Aid as well as being very active in church affairs. Besides her loving husband, she is survived by one son Edward Neimann of Cardston; one daughter Mrs. M. (Alma) Dawson of Card- ston: three grandchildren and one brother Mr. George Fellger of Magrath. The funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. on Tuesday. November 5th, 1974 in the Magrath United Church with Pastor Leon Zimmerman officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot Magrath Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at MARTIN BROS. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. South in Lethbridge. Phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C4069 REID Passed away in the city on Friday. November 1st, 1974, following a lengthy ill- ness. Mrs. Sarah Reid at the age of 76 years of Lethbridge. beloved wife of the late Mr. James Reid. Born and raised in Newmains. Scotland, the late Mrs. Reid came to Canada in 1919 to Lethbridge, where she has resided until her passing. She was a life member of the U.C.W. of First United Church. She is survived by one daughter Mrs. W. B. (Ella) Anderson of Lethbridge. seven grandchildren and two great- granddaughters. Besides her beloved husband she was also predeceased by two sons, two sisters and one brother. The funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. on Monday, November 4th. 1974 in MARTIN BROS. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th Street North with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the family plot. Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Memorial Fund of First United Church. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C4068 DEATHS MEHALKO Passed away in the city on Friday, November 1st. 1974, Mr. George Mehalko at the age of 88 years of 323 8th Ave. A South, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Julia Mehalko, who predeceased him in 1971. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C4072 LAGRELLE Passed away in the city on Friday, November 1st, 1974, Martha Lagrelle at the age of 39 years of Hobbema, Alta. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C4070 HAMABATA Kamasuke. passed away in Lethbridge on Friday, November 1st at the age of 77 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Chiduka Hamabata of Broxburn. Mr. Hamabata was born October 30. 1897 at Okinawa, Japan. He came to Canada, May 4, 1918, as an agricultural settler to Raymond. He moved to the Broxburn District in 1935, where he has continued to farm until his passing. He was a member of the Coaldale Buddhist Church and the Okinawa Cultural Society. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his wife, two sons, Duane and Lindsay at home: five daughters, Mrs. Murray (Happy) Smith of Brentwood Bay, B.C.. Mrs. Daryl (Nadine) McKague of Lethbridge, LaVerne of Lethbridge, Mrs. Jim (Louise) Harrison of Invermere. B.C.. and Cheryl of Edmonton: two grandsons: two granddaughters and two brothers. Kame Kichi and Masao Hamabata, both of Okinawa. Japan. He was predeceased by one brother in Hawaii and one brother in Brazil. Funeral and Wake Ser- vices will be held Monday. November 4, 1974 at p.m. in the Coaldale Buddhist Church, with Rev. Y. Izumi officiating and assisted by Mr. G. Fukunaga. Interment ser- vices will be held in the CHRISTENSEN CHAPEL. Tuesday, November 5 at a.m. with interment following in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C4073 THE GELMON CORPORATION LTD. V. K. SWAGAR G. W. SEHER Mr. Vern Swagar has now taken up his new position as Manager of the College Shopping Mall in Lethbridge, Alberta replacing Mr. Gary Seher who has been promoted to the position of Resi- dent Manager in Red Deer and will direct the company's many developments in that city. DEATH FLICKINGER Passed away in Taber, Friday. November 1.1974, Irene at the age of 62 years, beloved wife of Mr. Charlie Flickinger of Taber. Born in Rosco, New York, the late Mrs. Flickenger moved to the Pur- ple Springs area at an early age and spent all her life in the Purple Springs and Taber area. She was the past Senior Regent of the Ladies of the Moose and also the past Honored Royal Lady of the Order of the Royal Purple. Besides her loving husband, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. A. (Dorothy) Valgardson of Richmond, B.C.. and Mrs. H. (Carle) Vanderwal of Taber: one son Edwin of Victoria, B.C.: her mother Mrs. Lulu Foote of the Clear View Lodge of Taber. one brother Charlie Foote of Purple Springs and ten grandchildren. The late Mrs. Flickinger was predeceased by her father. Mr. John Foote in August of 1968. The funeral service will be held in Knox United Church on Tuesday. November 5, at 2 p.m., with Rev. R. Heffelfinger of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Garden. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Research in care of Oddie's Central Drug of Taber. Funeral arrangements by REARDON HUMPHRIES FUNERAL SERVICE LTD. of Taber. C4074 IN MEMORIAMS CARPENTER In loving memory of a dear husband and father. John David, who passed away November 3rd. 1972. No length of time can take away Our thoughts of you from day to day Though absent you are always near Still loved, still missed, still very dear. remembered by wife Doreen and family. 4885 CARPENTER John. In loving memory of Dad, who passed away November 3. 1972. They say that time will ease the pain. And help us to forget. But time so far has only shown How much we miss you yet. Our hearts still ache with sadness. And secret tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you. No one will ever know. by sons. Buzz. Dave. Russ. and John. 4942 Now Is The Time Mr. Businessman! There is no better way to say thank you to your valued cus- tomers than with personalized "CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS" We have an exclusive ime and would be happy to show it to you. don't be dissappoinl- ed, order before Dec. 4th from Ed. Located in the LETHBRIDGE HERALD BUILDING ED BAUER 329-3388 Mh AVE. 7th ST. S. THE HERALD PRINTERS IN MEMORIAMS CARPENTER In loving memory of a dear brother and uncle, John, who passed away on November 3. 1972. remembered by Ed. Elaine and Joel; Ralph, Darlene and boys; Sid, Melba and boys. 4922 FOGGIN In loving memory of a dear father, grandfather and great- grandfather James Foggin. who passed away November 2nd. 1972. Always remembered, always loved. and Margaret Gerry. Rose and Stephanie Dallas and Norma Brian and Cathy. 4886 KIMMIT In loving memory of Ward, who passed away November 2, 1968. remembered and sadly missed by his brothers and sisters. 4884 GREENO In loving memory of a very dear father and mother, Edward A. Greeno. who passed away November 2. 1950 and Mamie P. Greeno, who passed away November 19. 1967. A cluster of beautiful memories Sprinkled with a million tears Wishing God had spared you Just a few more years. In my heart your memory lingers Always tender fond and true. There's not a day goes by dear folks That we don't think of you. We laugh, we smile, we play the part. But behind it all lies a broken heart. remembered by their daughters. Nople and Millie and families. 4883 CARD OF THANKS HARSANY -1 would like to express my sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of the Municipal Hospital dur- ing my recent stay there. A special thank you to my doc- tor for making me well again. Also, to all my friends and relatives who were so thoughtful to come and see me. send cards, flowers and gifts. A special thank you to my mother for taking care of my children and my sister for helping me at home. Words really cannot express what it means to know how thoughtful and kind people are. Emma Harsanv 4861-2 YOUR MONEY EARNS UP TO ON GUARANTEED INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES Guaranty Trust Member of Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation V Representative FRANKLIN MARTIN 1214 3rd Ave. S., Phone 327-0936 or Evenings 327-8855 CARD OF THANKS BRANDLEY To the doc- tors, nurses and entire staff connected with the Raymond Medical Clinic and the Ray- mond Municipal Hospital, we offer our deep and sincere gratitude for the efficient and loving care they gave to our wife and mother. She made many visits to these in- stitutions of healing was always welcomed with love, cared for with tender solicitude and came away with healing in her body and an uplit in her spirit For these things we offer our sincere gratitude. We appreciate sincerely the lovely and well kept Grand- view Nursing Home in Card- ston. Mrs. Brandley was a guest in this home for 18 months. During this period she received careful attention to her every need and loving care from the nurses in charge and the attendants who waited upon her. A special "Thank you" to the neighbors and friends who sent baskets of beautiful flowers, delicious foods of all kinds and scores of messages of love and sympathy and for your generous contributions to the Rheumatism and Arthritis Association, at the time of the passing of our devoted and deeply loved wife and mother. Your gifts and acts and words of cheer blest those sad days and brought comfort to our hearts. We wish also to express our appreciation to the Christensen Salmon Funeral Home who cared so gently for her precious body and for their courteous and efficient service. Brandley and Family. 4880 CARDS OF THANKS OSHIRO My heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the people of Coaldale. Lethbndge and district, and to the churches in Coaldale and Lethbridge for their prayers, their well wishes, cards, telegrams, gifts tor- all the expressions of love and concern which reached me at home and in Toronto during my recent illnesses and operation -Mrs. Bell Oshiro 4846-7 JOHNSON Many thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff at the Holy Cross Hospi- tal in Calgary for the wonder- ful care I received while a pa- tient there. Also many thanks to all my friends and relatives for visits, cards, flowers and gifts. It was greatly apprecia- ted. Johnson 4941 HOLTROP The Holtrop family expresses thanks to all who have comforted our hus- band and father, Bob Holtrop during his illness, especially the medical staff and nurses of Coaldale Community Hospital. Your Christian ministration of mercy is deep- ly appreciated. 4904 ROTH We would like to take this opportunity to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to our children for arranging our 45th Wedding Anniversary Open House party. Also heartfelt thanks to all our relatives and friends for the gifts, cards, flowers, and money in the wishing well, and for coming and making this such a happy occasion. and Apnes Roth 4882 SACRIFICE MUST SELL 1974 CADILLAC De VILLE loaded, low mileage. PHONE 329-3220 Mr. Business Man! HERE'S THE ANSWER TO YOUR GIFT PROBLEM! For employees, business associates or just a friend. Available for a Ham, Turkey or Mer- chandise if so desired. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CALL Mr. Jack Cornwell at 269-2501 Calgary SWIFT CANADIAN CO., LIMITED I APPOINTMENTS J.F.GOUGH M. SIMPSON R. C. HUNTER C. A. ROULSTON Mr. J. F. Gough. Manager of the Swifl Beef Plant m Lethbndge. has been transferred to the Company's Head Office at Elobicoke (Toronto) on special assignment m marketing of Beef. Lamb and Veal. He is succeeded as Manager by Mr. tvl. (Maurice) Simpson. Prior 10 this appointment. Mr Simpson was Beef Manager at the Company's St. Boniface. Manitoba plant. Mr. R. C hunter. Leth- bridge Plant Superintendent, is retiring on Company pension after 37 years of service. The new Superintendent is Mr. C. A. Roulston. He was previously Manager, Labour Relations at the Head Office. Etobicoke.