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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR RENT Btauly Salon at iii 13lh SI. N. In- cludes four chairs and four 175 per monlh Inclining all eqvlpmenl and utilMiei. Phona MUSIC STORE FOR SALE Eslabllshtd mink slorc In Calgary'i fargtif shopping complex, specldlidng l-i muilcal initrumfnts, profenlcnmi nmpTHIera, sheet music, elc. ranlaMlc return for minimum In- vtsfircm, terms available. Have re- tenlly acquired exclusive franchise on amplifier line tn Calgary. WrIU Box Herald PUBLIC NOTICE 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY Schwartz Agencies (1972) Lid. CoKege Mall. Phone 31B 3331 Comme-rriAJ properties. Farm! arid ranches- f-Uy or Town. Loweif JnlffeK rafei Fin) and second mortgages. C443S-7 DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION WESTERN REGION TENDERS FOR SEWAGE j LIFT STATIONS Swlexj lenders be received bf Ihe undwsigned unlit p.m.. local on Otlober ?J, 1973, for Additions and Improvement io Seww antl Sfcrm Dralnjga Systems, Brandon, Manitoba, Cttilracl 9 LU1 Slalicns. The site Ihe tc fs localed in the City Bran- cton, Maniloba. Th3 consols of lhe ol all material! for end the emonatnd DEATHS CAMEUON William, pass- ed away in Lcthbridge on Fri- day, October G, 1372, at the age of 88 years, of 1008 3rd Avc. S. Funeral arangcmcnls will be announced when completed. 3HRISTENSEN-SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4741 HOME MORTGAGES AVAILABLE Ml D T 0 W N lend you money on the equily Cn your home. We can reduce your monthly obligations up lo 50 per ccnl or mom na spe- cial S1500 lo or more. For fast confidenlial service, call- Norm Gieabrechr, 377-31 ft'; evenings and weekends, 32S-OQC5. Midtown Mortgages and Loans Ltd. Out-of-town enquiries T265 3rd Ave. S., Lelhbrldgc welcome. Imtillalia cl Iv.o seven fool dia- ,.iefcr precasl concrete lour six Inch pumps, elrclrlcal systems, Fid flssocialod work. The plans and specifications may be lewed In Ihe Winnipeg. Brandon. Saikaloon and Rocjirva oUkes ol Ihe local Builders' or Construc- tion Aiwciallcn. Plans, specif icallcnJ, and forms for bidding may be obtained from (he af his office In Reolna, SasKarcliewan, upon Ihe de- pojir of fwenfy-rive dollars cash cr a cerllfied cheque lar Ihe amcunf, payable lo (he Receiver Gen- eral c.1 Canada, deposit to redpcmal-le upocn Hie reJurn ol tfte plans and sptcll'caliors in good order wlfhin one alJ closed. Tcodtrs will n unless made on Ihe fosms and in accordance v.lln i supplied wilh Ihe dsrs must be accompanied by security In Ihe amount and form specified fn 1he Inslrutllofis. The w any fender sarily accepted. By Order W. B. Ihamscn Chief Engineer, PFHA 101 Wvolhenvell Buildir.g MORTGAGE LOANS FOR RESIDENTIAL URBAN OR RURAL PROPERTY Firll cr Second McrlGSfje Funds Avail- able Fcr: Properly Prcpertf Coaiolldalion We Offer: Low Rales fo JO Years to Repay Personalized Service Pri- vacy ol Your Oivn Home Llle Insurance Coverage f-asl Apcrovafs We Do Hat: Bonul cr Brokerage Feel Your Mcrlgagf Marlgage lor Indefinite Period Please Call Homeplan Realty Limiled A Wember of The Traders Group of Companies 32B-3347 75 CONTRACTS PAINTING DONE and very reasonatl VERY m-wt. CEMENT :n. 328-3670 13-JS-lf GARAGE BUILDING, C E fA E N T and sluccoing. Andersen and Sorenson ConsUuclion, HJO Jlri Ave. S. Phone 3W-44SJ. C73H-M ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING PHONE JONES ROOFING, jjis. cmm CARPCNTRY VJORK, REWODEL- i.ia repairing, etc. Tor.r. or country. L construction. Pnone 3IB-3D77 ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, garage, Xilcliens, cabinets, balh- rwmi, ceramic llle. Towri c, coutv Iry. Phone 33B-3DJ1. 3727-tf FENCE CONSTRUCTION AND RE. PAIR, MISCELLANEOUS BUILDING, CEMENT WORK, ALL TYPES HAUL- IfJG. PHOHE 337-JOS7, na-u P a s s ed away suddenly al Ihe residence in Hie Magralli districl, Mr. Slcvc Gruningcr, al the age of 77 years, of Magrath, beloved ha5band of the late Mrs. Ther- esa Gruninger. Funeral ar- angemcnts announced when ccmpleied. MARTIN BfiOS. LTD., Directors ol Fu- neral Service. C4738 IlAHItlSON Passed away in the city on Friday. October G, 1972, Mr. Thomas William Harrison, at (he age of 04 years of 407 7th Ave. S., beloved hus- band of the late Mrs. Isabelle Kiirrison. Funeral arrange- menLs will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C4740 FITZPATIUCK Wednes- day, October 4, 1972, Olive Edna, aged 58 years, beloved wife of Mr. Archie Fitzpatrick, Vulcan. Services at The Vulcan United Church, Saturday p.m., Rev. William Julian officiating [n lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Albert Heart Fund. VULCAN FUNER- AL HOME, in charge of nr- rangerncnts. C4731 SLOKF Passed away ii CalRary on Tuesday, October 3, 1972, following a lengthy ill ness, Mr. Joseph Sloff, belovec husbar-1 of Mrs. Martha Sloff o i02 mil Si. C N. Prayers wil lie said on Friday at 7 p.m in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Re- quiem r.lasR be celebratec on Saturday at 10 a.m. 171 St. Pclcv and SI. Paul's Greek Catholic Church, mil St. C N., with. Rev. Father H. Zuback celebrant! Interment will fol- low in Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Marlin Bros, MEMORIAL, CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Phono 320-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. CJ739 FUNERALS COTE Funeral service for Blanche Cole, who died Sept. 30, 1972, was held at a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1872, in St. Michael's It o m a n Catholic Church, Pinchcr Creek, with Rev. Al. Hagol officiating. I'all- bearers were Howard Dudley, Marvin and Ronald Kroetsch, Louie Louchart and Bernard land Richard O'Brien. Inter- nenl was in the Fairview Cem- etery. Eden's Funeral Homo Ad., Pincher Creek, was in charge of the arrangements. FRANK F uneral service or James Wilton Frank, Jr., vho died Oct. 1, 1972, was lield n the Immaculate Conception Church on the Blood Indian lie- serve with Rev. J. Regnier of- 'iciating. Pallbearers were liar- icy Prank, Woodrow Good- striker, Clifford Sweclgrass, Lester Tailfealhers, Christoph- er Shade and Stanley Scout. In- ermeot was in SI. Mary's Cemetery. Eden's F u n c r al Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, Fort Macleod, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS CHESS wish to very appreciative convey "Thank You" to my many friends and relatives who scrj. me "get well" cards, came to sec me, and were so kind to my wife, IN MEMORIAMS In loving memory of Clay .beloved wife, mother and grandmoihcr, who tlied OcLobcL- 6, 1970. Quietly remembered every day, Sadly missed along Itfc's way. her husband, Tom; Don, Gladys and lamily; Ralph, Helen and family; Evelyn, Art and family; Robert, Terry and family. 19 Friday, October 6, 1973 IHE inHBRIDGE HERAID Pattern Pattern FliKIHAUT In loving mem- ory of a dear son and brother, during my recent stay in bospi-1 Edward Michael w h o passed ROSICKY Funeral ser- vice, for Andrew William fio- sicky, Wardner native son who died at Cranbrook Sunday at the age ol 52 years, was held here recently. He had under- gone brain surgery in Vancou- ver in December and never re- gained consciousness. He was transferred to Cranbrook Hos- pital where he died. Tie joined the permanent Canadian Army in 1936 and was overseas when the Second World War started. In 1941 he transferred back to Canada as an instructor and was discharged in 1945. He be- came sales manager lor Gallo- way Lumber Company Ltd. and was working in this ca- pacity when his illness occur- red. He longtime rural school trustee fo'.- Wardner arca, ami original and continu- ing electoral area director on the Regional District of East Kcotenay board. Surviving him are his wife, Maureen, father, Tony, and brother, Anton, all at Wardner; two daughters, Mrs. Karen Breakwell and Mrs. Damstrom, both at Jaf- fray; and three sLstcrst Mrs, Killy Reid, Kimherley, Mrs. Darlcne Larsen, Wardner. and Mrs. Josephine Childlow, Vien- r-. Virginia; and two grand- lal. Also, "Thank You" to the doctors, nurses and staff at the hospital for their kindly atten- tion and understanding. J. Cress. 27 I1IHSCI1E We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to all the wonder- ful friends and relatives who sent flowers, food and cards of sympathy in our time of sor- row. Also a special note of thanks to all the nurses and doctors at SI. Michael's Hos- pital for their help. Hirsche and girls. G9 BMJER I would like to cx- :end my thanks to the persons who looked after rue at the scene of my accident out o f Coaldale. Also the two Coaldale ambulance attendants, Consta- ble Dj-son and Oman of Ihe n.CM.P. Bauer GO away October 6, 1967. Our hearls still ache wilh sadness. And secret tears still [low. What it meant lo lose you. No one will ever know. Wlwn we arc sad and lonely and everything wrong. We seem to hear you whis- Checr up and carry on. Kach time we see your pic- lurc; You seem to smile and say, Don't cry I'm only sleeping, We'll meet again some day. remembered nnd sadly missed by mom, dad, brother nnd sister. 8 62 i And HANCIIUK We widi to ex- lend our sincere appreciation lo all cur friends, neighbors and relatives for the flowers, cards, donations, visits, food and help during the sudden passing of our wife, mother and sister. W e also wish to thank the staff of the Foothills Hospital and Al- berta Children's Hospital for their assistance; lo Rev. Father Laverty, Lehliridge, Father O'Dcnoghue of Vulcan, t h e pallbearers and those who so kindly prepared the lunch fol- lowing sen-ires. End Hanchiik; Tsick and Linda Tfcachenko; The family. 20 -j It S well CALGARY