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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD Monday, September 14, 1970 65 LOST AND NOTICES WILL THEE PARTY WHO. ENCE BUI LD1 N and driveways. Free estimates. Phon 327.8417. FOR STRAW Tenders are Invited for the supt) and delivery of approximately 250 tons of open stem wheat straw, to the Canada Dept. of Agriculture Research Station, Lethbridge, Alberta. Straw fo be placed in building or stack as designated. All handling be performed by the supplier. T M e Research Station reserves the right Pemmican Club arrange to have It r turned. Phone 7064-LOST SIX MONTH OLD GERMA Shepherd pup, mole, rabies lajj. Pic ed up in vicinity of 16tli St. N; Pick u iwo kids that fhe dog. Pho 327-J613. RAVEN 1329 9th St. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, r modelling and repairs. Phone 327-321 STEINER CEMENT WOR old basements dug, water proofing. 1 sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8201 66 STYROFOAM WEDDING CAKES. S and up. Free delivery. Piiorie Magrath. Interior, exterior painting city country. Japanese painter. Phone 32 3721, evenings. considered to be of inferior quality. Tenders close at 12 o'clock ioon, Wednesday, September 23rd. Delivery reguired by November 1st, 1970. For further information and quotation request forms, contact C. G. Schoenlng, Assistant Adminstrative Officer, Canada Agriculture Research Station, Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 327-4561. S35 LEARN BALLROOM DANCING NOW 12 per single and couples come. 328-332. DRYWALL CO. LTD Residential commercial. Texture ceilings, Gyproc vinyl board. Con plete drywali and stee studs, f'rion 328-6562 anytime. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINK ERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT A ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE- QUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 86 LETHBRIDGE. INVITED -ftN INFORMATION REFERRA Centre AID Advice, Informatio and Direction in areas of Healt YJeltare and Recreation. Phone 32 7323, 10 a.m. 4 p.m. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of GLEN HERBER PETERSON, late of Barnwell, in th Province of Alberts, Farmer, deceasec who died on the llth day of July A.D 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav ing claims upon the estate of the abov named musl file with the undermen Honed Solicitors, by the ?lst day o October, A.D. 1970, a full statemen of their claims and of securities helt ay them, HUCKVALE WILDE KRUSHEL, Acadia But ding, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Executrix, Mabe Elizabeth Peterson. of aiairmore for the Supply of the following vehicles, bids to be made separately on each unil. ton Basic V-3 (300 cu. In. truck _ new four speed transmission 15 inch six ply tires with winter grips on rear long wheel base conventional box. Trade-in 1959 Ford FIDO fhree speed six cylinder custom cab style side txix, Two ton Basic V-8 truck new four speed transmission single spee0 Front Street West la oronto i, (Mario. ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 326-574S. GARAGE BUILDING. CEMENT v.orfc and stuccoing. Anrterson find 'iortnson Construction, 1050 Ave. S. Phone 327-6W, HAVE FJACKHOC AND TRUCK Can dio cJrivG'rVfiyHf trees, base merits, load a n d haul gravel and too soil, Phone 337-1.D3, before 5 p.m. 327-.13J7, after 5 driA, ni o thanks, DEATHS ROBERTSON Peter of 923 7 St. A S. and formerly of Vul- can passed away in the city on Sunday, September 13, 1970, at the age of 85 years. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., in Charge of Fu- neral Arrangements. C162 CHIEF CALF Frank Jr., rassed away in Cardston on Friday, September 11, 1970, at the age of 14 months, beloved ion of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chief Calf Sr. Funeral services will be held in the St. Catherine Catholic Church at Standoff on Tuesday, September 15th at 10 a.m., with Father DuHaime as celebrant. Interment will follow the Standoff Cemetery. Wake will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cotton. Dhristensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Sendee. C164 HEALY Infant son of Christopher and Lilian Healy >assed away in Cardston on Sunday, September 13th, 1970. "jeft '.i mourn are his parents; 'ive brothers and sisters. Lloyd, Darcy, Ivifi, Peggy and "at. His Maternal grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Healy and his Paternal grand- >arents, Mr. and .Mrs. Chris- opher Mills, Sr. Funeral ser- ices will be held at St. Mary's HI Monday, September 14th at p.m. and interment will be in he St. Mary's Cemetery. Chris- ensen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral Ser- C163 COTTON Passed away uddenly in the city on Wednes- ay, September 2, 1970, at the ge of' two years. John, Wil- am of 624 5 Street South be- oved son of Mr. Mrs. ffilf nd Erika Cotton. Besides his oving parents he is survived two sisters Linda and Vic- oria of Lethbridge and one rother James of Victoria, 3.C., grandparents Mr. and Irs. W. Loof of Lethbridge and tr. and Mrs. T. W. Cotton of iritish Columbia. A graveside service was held on Saturday, September 5 at 11 a.m. fountain View Cemetery, with W. F. Schoepp officiating, lartin Bros. Directors of Funeral Serivce. C167 WYMAN Passed away suddenly on Saturday, Septem- 12, 1970 Alberta Bernice, ged 55 years, beloved wife of ae late .Geoffrey Lionel Wy- man of Picture Butte. Born in ron Springs the late Mrs. Wyman came to Picture Butte with her husband in 1960 and was a member of the Picture 3utte Handicraft Guild. Sur- include; one daughter, Irs. R. (Gloria) Nishijima of jelhbridge; one granddaught- r; two sisters, Mrs. E. (Lena) e of Lethbridge and Irs. C. (Edith) Lindholm of ligh River, and she was pre- teceased by two brothers and wo sisters. The funeral ser- nce will be held at 2 p.m. on 'uesday at Southminster Unit- Church, with Rev. John loules officiating. Interment follow in the Family Plot t Archmount Memorial Gar- ens. Friends will meet for rayers in St. Patrick's Church 7.30 p.m. Monday evening, iartin Bros. Ltd. Directors of uneral Service. C16B WYMAN Passed away n Saturday, September 12, 70, Geoffrey Lionel, aged 65 ears beloved husband of the te Mrs. Alberta Bernice Wy- an of Picture Butte. Born in agawong, Ontario the late r. Wyman came to' Iron wings in 1906 where he farm- d until moving to Picture utte in 1960, and at the time his passing was a Mainten- nce Man for the Village of icture Butte. Survivors in- ude; one daughter, Mrs. H, loria) Nishijima of Leth- rige; one granddaughter; rce sisters, Mrs. D. (Maggie) Oliver and Mrs. J. (Beryl) Lowery of Picture Butte and Mrs. W. (Adele) Alexander of Iron Springs, and one brother Gerald of Lethbridge. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday in Southmiaster United Church, with Rev. John I Monies officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot at Archmonnt Memorial Gar- dens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, C168 m FUNERALS THOMPSON Funeral' ser- vice for John Thompson, who died at Creston, B.C., Wednes- day, Sept. 9, 1970, at the age of 50 years, was held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12, 1070, in the Christensen Chapel with Kev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Pall- bearers were Arthur and Rog- er Stansfield, Les Wildman, Frank Bartlett, William Burt- den and Norris Elphick. Inter- ment was in the Mountain V i e w Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd. Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. BENCI Requiem mass for Mrs. Emilia Bend, beloved wife of the late Mr. Frank Benci who died at Picture Butte Friday, Sept. 11, 1970, at the age of 72 years, was said at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Cath- erine's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. D. G. Gillies the celebrant. Pallbearers were Ronnie Sutka, Jerry Baran, Eddie Benci Paul Praskach, Eddie Dvorak and Stanley Brecka. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. HILL Funeral Service for Edgar Burk Hill, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Jean Alicia Hill of 702 llth St. S. who died in the city Friday, Sept. 11, 1970, after a illness at the age of 89 years, was held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Memorial Chap- el, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Pallbearers were Edmund Bru- chet, J. K. McGregor, Steve J. Gaydos, E. P. Jones, William Steinhauer and Charles Ommer. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS WHITNEY 1 wish to ex- press my sincere thanks to tile doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital third floor surgery; also to relatives ami friends who-sent flowers, cards, gills and who visited me during my stay in hospital. Madeline Whitney, Bow Island, Alberta. 7187 HARINK The family of the late Mr. J. Harink Sr. wish to thank the doctor, nurses and staff of the Municipal Hospital for the excellent care and kind- ness shown to our dad while a patient in the hospital. A special thank you to Rev. Maerman and Rev. King for all their visits. Appreciation to all friends and relatives who offered their as- sistance during our recent ber- eavement. Harink family. 7166 IN MEMORIAM loving mem- ory of a dear granddaughter Peggy Lee, who passed away September 14, 1965. Five years have passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay A million words cannot ex- press. Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. remembered and sadly missed by grandma and grandpa. 7184 RED RUDI MUST GO LONDON (Reuters) West German student leader Rudi Dutschke has been ordered to leave Britain, a home office spokesman said Sunday night. He came to England in 1968 for medical treatment after being shot in West Berlin by a right- wing sympathizer. He had hoped to remain in England to study at Cambridge-University. IN MEMORIAM loving mem- ory of a dear daughter and sister, Peggy Lee, who passed away September 14. 1965. They say in time you do for- get, For some mat may be true; But no morning dawns, no night returns Without a thought of you. remembered by mummy and Kelly. Passport Returned To Author DURBAN, South Africa (Reu- ters) Alan Paton, internation- ally-known South African author and stern critic of apartheid, has bad his passport 10 years after it was withdrawn. The South African govern- ment withdrew lu's passport in December, 1960, when Paton, former leader of the disbanded Liberal party, returned from a visit to Britain and the United States. The government gave no rea- son for its action but it was gen- erally believed it was because Paton had attacked South Afri- can government racial policies while abroad. Paton has undertaken to write a biography of the South Afri- can poet Roy Campbell who spent much of his life in Eu- rope. In his application he said it was essential for him to visit Britain, France, Spain and Port- ugal. Elected Senate Could Aid West ST. BONIFACE, Man (CP) An elected and reformed Sen- ate is an answer to western dis- content, Cam Osier, a Winni- peg economic consultant, said Sunday. Mr. Osier said in a brief to the joint parliamentary com- mittee on the constitution that an elected Senate with greater representation from the west could provide underpopulated regions of Canada with a great- er voice in running the nation. The committee meeting was in St. Boniface, a predom- nantly French speaking mu- nicipality of greater Winnipeg. His proposals were com- mended by Senator Donald Hameron who said that he fa- vors an elected senate. Mr. Osier said that the House if Commons is elected on the principle of representation by population. This places control largely in the hands of Quebec and Ontario. The appointed Senate under the current system does not give the west the power it needs, he said. He proposed that Ontario and Quebec should have no" more than 20 senators in 96- seat senate. This would give the under- populated regions of the coun- try an effective voice. The elected Senate could be responsible for regional devel- opment and pollution. The Commons would have respon- sibility for external affairs, so- cial welfare and labor. HOLE-IN-ONE TWICE Golfer Dan Sikes scored a hole-in-one in two PGA tourna- ments in 1969. B E HARDWARE ARE CLOSING-OUT THEIR ENTIRE APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT Stock Of Appliances These Are Just A Few Of The Many Close-Out Bargains Prices Slashed Everything Must Go tig. 439.95 Q OQfl 7fl W Including ory Serviet 30" DIIUXE WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC RANGE leg. 559.95 -J QA fi-J IWt.UI Including Foctory Service rv SET J569 Clou-Out Price >jj. Including -tory Service 515Q 1 3U 13" WESTINGHOUSE COLONIAL INSANT- TV SET ON leg. dole-Out Pliti Including Factory Service 1.000 ITU WESTINGHOUSE AIR CONDITIONER teg. 269.95 Clote-Out Pricfl Including Factory Service 30" Wl INSTANT PORTAt! With leg. 339.95. ClM.-Out Prii Including Service Wl GHOUJl SSQrv SET vVith Tuning 3 PUSH BUTTON WESTINGHOUSI PORTABLE DISHWASHER 52 19 1 ieg. S.299 Cleii-Out Price Including Factory HEAVY DUT1 A iTINGHOUSE AUTOMG: WWR Reg. 199.95 1 OO 77 CloH-Oul Price W I I I Including fry 35" WISTINGHOUSE COLOR TV S939 Close-Out Price...... 757 en 1 1 W V Including Factory Service WISTINGHOUS' "INTIMPORAHY siQiO (Slight irked) ieg. 349.95 4Q-J Aft Cloje.Qut Pric. I V I pi U Including 'ry Service HEAVY DUTY WESTINGHOUSE WASHER DRYER Top of the lint Horvest Gold. ieg. 709.90 CloM-Oul Pric. I Including Factory Service HEAVY DUTY WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC WASHER Copper) Xtg. 399.95. Clout-Out Including Factory Servire WESTINGHOUSE 2 DOOi REFRIGERATOR 13.8 cu. ft., Froit free. Avocado, leg. C low-Out Price........ Including 13.5 CU. n. WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATOR leg. 289.95. Including Factory Servicn WESTINOHOUSE CREDENIA STEREO SOLID STATE leg. 539.95 Cloie-Oul Special Including Factory Service OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. All Merchandise Covered By WetHnghouse Factory Warranty, TERMS ARRANGED ALL SALES FINAl WEE DELIVERY B E HARDWARE 414 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-3541 or 328-3545 (FORMERLY IYIE'5 HARDWARE) ;