Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, September 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES kittens toi sal'1 House ir n'xM 328-G3JO 3-'5 GeriMti i'.hepheir! puppies loi saU> Phone 328 0828 9808-15 Afqh.m for rale Two years old male. 328-3295 One purebred Malemute Black and silver Phone 328-0546 9777-15 Sealpomt Siamese kittons lor sale House trained Gentle Phone 328- C532 after 5pm Playlul and cuddly registered male silver Toy Poodle "Phone 328 0109 9911-15 Purebred German Shepherd pups, six weeks old 327-6801 9915-17 St Be'nard Male, ou'ebred. nine months Show stock Phone 752-3267 Raymona 9916-17 Samoyed pups for sale Phone 563- 3757. Coleman 9917-17 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Restaurant in Lethbndge Hotel for .ease Applv in person Cl050-tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Dealershios for electronic calculator offered by Canadian agent of American-made memory machine Financial participation open Please reply :n confidence to Box 59. Herald 9781-15 BY OWNER 21 suite apartment excellent con- and location Snowing good returns n investment 6 mo'tcnqe Phone Calaary 279-3438 9474-29h Stoic (01 rent a! present established confectionery With living, quarters and qarjge Also satisfactory for other type of business Located at 328 13IM St N Phone 328-2150 9113-tf HOTEL 65 miles east of Ca'ga-y Gross sales 65 to 70 thousand a year Licensed 'o' liquor Excellent four bedroom suite Nice husband and wife opera'ion For comnlete mformation wr'te Box 2216 Drumneller. Alia 9483-31Qct H Own ,our own business Once in a lifetime baraain Opening in booming Northern town for a dry cleaning business with no local competition. Complete plan! stored and ready to move at a tremendous sacrifice Easy available to right person Con- tact Box 248. Peace River or Dhone 624-2773 9976-19 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY and grocery stoie in Burd- It .vi'.n living qun-'ers Priced at inly- 300 inducting a1! equioment l S OLIVER-HANDLEY REAL ESTATE Phone 345-3534 Box 105. Coaldale. Alberta C1567-tfh FIRST TIME OFFERED You are capable of earning S2CO S1000 weekly as a deale' for MINI- TURBO CHARGER Proven gas sav- ing device advertised on T V and n newspaoers Investment of 32340 secured by in- ventory and sales aids This could be the changing oomt in you' life Why not investigate our offer'' Private interviews arranged (ex- cellent man and .vife opportunity) Write wuh some details, including phone number to Box 65 Lethbndge Herald 9780-15 ROYAL TRUST 323 7th ST S Phone 328-7768 COAST-TO-COASl REALTORS TABER Mew tnroc level lor itocl >n all irrM Features ind one 'jtw-be.l-Gori suite Total po'Titia] revenue per yf.irSIO ''80 i'-ss expenses Price includes OIOVPT cc1 T wnshr-r .ind ana no1 ''C.it'T'l '1 c COALDALE ExcepSinnally well kept three year old fourplf x T, excellent location Shows qood return on pqi.ity Stores refriqrritors cori operated washer and dryer mc'uded in full o ice of 559 000 Call RAV LAVALLEY at 345- 3462 tn view M LS C1709-U ASTRO REALTY LTD. Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 "TRANSPORT BUSINESS" l.i itwr- Lethbndqp truCKing lor s ill- Good n ml-, .ind ri'Mll III. ni S.l-.k.ltC'T'wari mi it n t i f iq'Hs oprr to serious This is a five man operation R.' i ,iu lor snllmq hiMlt'1 c I r AN Fll Al TOR APARTMENT BUSINESS 'H I 1 f1 llv two Fac1 lorcfri ur i--tice no' stove ito' and Tiu'se units IK..-, i viv qoci'tl ti'ti.rn .int! must Do i.i in- VI I AN ASTRO REALTOR" C1821-tf WESTERN CANADA'S i ARGEST REALTOR BLOCK BROS 9am to 9 p m Home Trade Wide Service Financing Free Loans HO-YIP N R S Catalogue tor Phone 328-2356 Avenue South n, and M L G RESTAURANT AND TAVERN At Hosmer, B C between Sparwood and Fernie Beautifully decorated throughout and doing a thriving year- round business Price of S185 000 in- ciudr-s SIK pad trailer court which is continually rented, plus beautiful liv- ing quarters for owners BILL LAZARUK 328-7402 N R S 305- Z6 BAKERY AND PASTRY SHOP Wen established business located in one of Lothbndge s largest and finest hotels No charge accounts All cash business that is producing up to 00n oross revenue Owner selling because of other interests BILL LAZARUK 328-7402 V, I S B594- 73 C2048-15 Pull line sporting goods store for sale Established good reputation. Building optional Contact Ed s Sports Centre P 0 Box 70. Fernie B C Phone 423-6503. bus 423- 6468 res 9940-21 Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. College Mall. Phone 328-3331 Residential. Commercial properties Farms and ranches City or Town Lowest interest rates available First dnd second mortgages C1908-15 Well estab'ished TV. stereo and large household appliance sales and ren- tals business for sale Located in one of Calgary's prime downtown locations with ample parking Last years volume over S350 000 Price in- cludes I irge amount of stock, new Ford truck, modern office equipment and furniture, new IBM typewriter, adding machine etc Included in ppce is owner's three bedroom newly furnished home on a large treed fully landscaped lot It is a quiet residential area Close to downtown Owner will work one month with purchaser moving to Winnipeg For the opportunist this is a steal at S55.000 Write Box 1174, Calgary T2P 2K9 9779-26 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S Phone 323-5548 C5216-tl MORTGAGES All types o' mortgage financing in srnll towns acreages new and old nomes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave South 3283251 90 CONTRACTS__________________ Fpnres repaired, built Whscel'aneous building Concrete patios. drives, etc. Hauling Jim 327 50S7. 328-3983 24SOA-tf Ecoromy painting and decorating. Very ne.v very reasonable Phone noor or evenings 328-J570 5542-tt Painters Quanfied work guaranteed. "stin-ates Phone 328-6911 7169-tt Gar.iqe building, cement work and stuccomn Arderson and Sorenson Construction 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-6682 Steinor cement work. old basements dug watei proofing In- sured (roe estimates Phone 327- 8286 C3661-II A L U 'vl I M U M W I N D 0 W S AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING 328-5745 C1936-H J a O CONCRETE Ouiiitv cement work and Bobcat wori- sidr-valks. patios, driveways, etc Reasonable prices Phone 327- 3432 Free estimates 9885-tf BOX NUMBERS 10 11 21. 25. 26, 34. 50 56. 57.62. 67 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBFflDGE IN THE ESTATE OF FRANCES EUNICE GUNDLOCK. late of the Village ot Warner in the Province, of Aliv'.a who died on the 21st day ol June A D I973 TAKC NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above iinmnd must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 22nd day of October. 1073 A full statement of their claims of securities held by them RICE, MACLEAN. BABKI EVANS. l-u3-3rd Avenue South Lethondge. Alberta Solicitors for the Executrix S51 PUBLIC NOTICES THE LIQUOR NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT Of SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF JOSEPH SLOBODA late of Warner in the Prm' 'ire who dlArt on the 29th day of July a d 1973. Take notice that all persons having claims upon tne estate of the above named must fne with the undersigned solicitors by the 15th day of October, 1973. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them PATERSON AND COMPANY 407 Mayor Magrath Drive Lethbndge Alberta Sohc.tors for the Executrix OF APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENCE Public notice is hereby given that PIZ7A PLACE (LETHBRIDGE) LTD intend'; to apply to The Alberta Li- ciuoi Control Board for a Dining Lounge Licence to sell beer and wine by tho glass for consumption on the following described premises PIZZA PLACE (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. PIZZA PLACE OF LETHBRIDGE 329 5th Street South Lethbridge. Albeit.-i Lot 26 Block 32 Plan No.. 4353S Objections to this application shall ue made forthwith to The Albeita Liquor Control Board. Ed- monton Dated -i1 Lethbridge Alberta, this ?5tn tenders or to accept the Tender deemed most favourable m the interest 01 the Owner Mr S W. Wilkinson Purchasing Agent City of Medicine Hat Medicine Hat, Alberta Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS BATEMAN-Passed away suddenly at his home in High River. 'September 14. 1973. George Dodd. aged 90 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Coral Batemaii. High River and beloved lather of four sons. Robert. Blackie. Alberta: Glen. Osoyoos. B.C., Earl and Henry, both of Brant. Alberta and three daughters. Mrs. Vella Friend. Lethbridge. Mrs. Lola Knapp. Vulcan. Mrs Jean Bignell. Trail. B.C., 23 grandchildren: 40 great- grandchildren Also survived by a sister. Etta Boetticher. Dillion. Montana He was predeceased by his tirst wife. Jessie. October. 1951 and a daughter. Mrs Margaret Stier. Blackie. August 1950. Mr. Batemaii was a pioneer of the Blackie district since 1904. retiring to High River in 1949. Funeral services by Reverend Frank Lewis Irom'Snodgrass Funeral Chapel. High River. Monday. September 17 at 4 p.in interment Highwood Cemetery. SNODGRASS Fl'NERAL HOME LTD.. in charge ol arrangements. C2057 UICKINSON-James W. Jr.. passed away suddenly in C a 1 g a r y o n T h u r s d a y September 13th. 1973 at the age ol 19 years, beloved hus- band ot Mrs Glenda Dickinson ot Calgary. Mr Dickinson was born in Prince Albert. Sask.. July Kith 1954 and came to Lethbridge in 1969 attending school at the Winston Churchill High School and completing his high school at the L.C.I. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wile Glenda, his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James W Dickinson Sr two sisters. Janette and Doris, his mater- nal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs Louis LaRock all ot Lethbridge and his paternal grandmother. Mrs Percy Dickinson ol Prince Albert. Sask Funeral Services will be held in the Chnstensen Chape! (327 10 SI South i on Monday. September 17th at 1 30 p.m.. with Mr Dale Colpilts of- liciatmg. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Service C2059 HOWLA.NO- Passed away at Calgary on Friday. September 14lh. William Robert ol Taber at the age of years. Born at Peter- borough County. Ontario. March 7. 1897.' Moved to Lumsten Saskatchewan with Ins parents as a child He join- ed the army at the beginning ol the First World War and married the lormer Annie i Dolly i Smith in Southhamp- ton. England. 1918. He receiv- ed the DCM while serving Alter the war he ob- tained employment with C.N.R. at Lumsten, later moving to Moose Jaw until his retirement in 1960. Alter retirement he came to Taber where he resided until his passing. He was an active member ol the Royal Cana- dian Legion. Army and Navy, and the Fish and Game Associalion. He was a veteran ol both World Wars. Survivors include his wile. Dolly. Taber: two daughters. Mrs. Arvid i Myrtle i Nordquist. Taber: Mrs. Howard (Beatrice) Ambrose. Vancouver: sister. Mrs Myrtle Anslow of Regina. Five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral Services will be con- dueled I rom Humphries Funeral Chapel. Taber, on Monday September 17 at m. with Rev. Ray Hellellinger. olliciating. interment will lollow in the Taber Memorial Gardens with Legion graveside services In lieu ot I lowers donations to Hie cancer society care of Od- die's Drugs. Taber. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME in Charge of arrangements. C205R PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF MAP'P WOOD Into of Lothtandqo in the Province of Albertn. who died on the 26th day of Juno A D 1973 TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the un- dersigned Solicitors by the !6th day ot October 1973, a lull statement od 'their claims and of securities held by thoiti PATERSON 407 Mayor Magrath Drive Lothhridgc. Alberta Solicitors for Executors S55 DEATHS BROWNELL-Passed away at Carmangay. Alta. on Friday. September 14th. 1973. Mrs. Irene Brownell, at the age years, beloved m oilier ol Mr. Jervis Brownell. Carmangay, Alia. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MAKTIN BROS. LTD. Direc- tors ol the Funeral Service. C2056 away in the city on Thursday. September 1973. Helen. at the age ot 89 years of Lethbridge. beloved wife of the late Arthur Dixon Batty. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church with Rev Derek iloskin olliciating. Interment will lolluw in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPKL, 812 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS LTD. Direc- tors ol the Funeral Service. C2055 FUNERALS ROE Funeral service for Ktlie E Roe. beloved wife of the late Mr. Norton Roe of Cardston who died there Friday. Sept. 7. 1973. at the age oi 77 years, was held at 1 p.m. Monday. Sept. 10. 1973. in the South Hill Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Cardston. with Bishop William Richards officiating. Pallbearers were Lonn Pitcher. Dennis Smith. Gale Roberts. DeLyn Bingham and Robert and Randy Roe. Interment was in the Cardston Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd Directors of Funeral Service, vvt's in charge ot I he arrangements. WILLETTS Funeral ser- vice lor Elizabeth Davidson Willetts. beloved wife of N o r m a n Willetts of Lelhb.-idge who died in the city Fndav. Sept. 7. 1973. at the age ol 69 was held at 2 pm Monday. Sept 10. 1973. in the Chnstensen 327 10th St S with Rev. Keith Churchill officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Ray Petit and Melvin Groves. Active pallbearers were Anthony and Marshall Jarvie. Bill Msirtin. Eric Christe. Bill Willetts and Ken Anderson. Interment was in the family- plot in Mountain View Cemetery Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors ol Funeral Service, w as in charge o t the arrangements. ROLFSON Funeral ser- vice lor Emily Caroline Phillips Rolison. once beloved the late Francis B. Kolfson and a lormer resident of Ray- mond who died at Salt Lake City. Utah. Saturday. Sept. 8. 1973. at the age ot 97 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Sepl 13. 1973. in the Raymond Third Ward Chapel of the Church oi Jesus Christ oi Latter-day Saints with Bishop Ronald H. Watson ol'liciating. Honorary pallbearers were Joe Keolcr and John Zobcll. Active pallbearers were Richard and Wilson Rolfson. Norbert Kinner. Delmar John- son. Robert Barclay and Hugh Court. Interment was in the family plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS We would like to thynk all our relatives, and tncnds who helped in any way to make Lloyd and Janet's wedding, oper. house and dance such a happy occasion. Howard and Mid Don and Norma 9941 BRACHA We wish to thank the doctors and nurses ol St. Michael's Hospital, and the Foothills- Hospital in Calgary for all the care and constant altention they gave our little darling. Trenton Ward. Our .sincere thanks and gratitude go out to all, lor the many sympathy cards and kindnesses shown to us at this sad lime Donna and Allen Hracha Mr and Mrs. John Haceda and Family 9942 IN MEMORIAMS WAKNOCK In loving memory of Clinton, who pass- ed away September 16, 1965 and (iarry who passed away April 28. 1968. Time will go on. but their memory will never fade. -Ever remembered by Les, Joyce. Darrel. Kelvin and And rev 9977 DIBBLE In loving memory ol Richard tDiek) Dibble who passed away suddenly Sept. 15. 1967. His memory is still as dear today As the hour he passed away. --Ever remembered by his loving wile Elspeth, stepchildren Walter and Muriel ol Vancouver. Alice and Fav ol Lethbridge. 9943 KORSAN In loving memory ol a dear husband, lather, grandfather and great- grandlather. Oscar Korsan. who passed away September 15. 1962. It matters not what day or year. There is still a memory, still a tear. Memories don't lade, they just go deep. For the one we loved and could not keep. loved and sadly missed by your loving wife, Martha. 9945 WARNOCK In loving memory of a dear brother and uncle. Clinton Warnock. who passed awa September 16. 1965 No length ot time can take away. The thoughts oi you trom dav to day. Though absent you are always near. Still loved, still missed, still very dear. Always remembered and sadly missed by Alvon. Helen. Bryan. Barry. Sharon, Lynn and Shannon. 9978 IN MEMORIAMS SMITH In loving memory ol a dear husband. Alfred Smith, who passed away September 15. 1972. A page in the book of memories Is gently turned today. Kvcr remembered and sacllv missed by his wife Jean. 10 MYERS In loving memory ot a dear dad and papa. Reg Myers, who passed away Sept. 15 1971. Treasured thoughts of on-, so dear. Oll.cn brings a silent tear. Thoughts return to scenes long past. Years roll on but memories last. remembered and sadly missed by Doreen and Ken' Marley and Bert. Pat and Darrel and grandchildren. TARNAVA In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother. Mrs. Sophie Tarnava. who passed away September a. 1954 and our dear lather and grandfather Mr Valentine Tarnava. who passed away September 16. 1951. They meant so very much to us That nothing we can say Can still the gnel that is in our hearts As we think ol them each day Always remembered and sadly missed bv the family. 12 IIAMM.KY In loving memory ol a dear wife and mother. Alice, who passed away on September 16. 1972. "In tears we saw you sink- ing We watched you fade away Our hearts were almost broken As you fought so hard to stay But when we saw you sleep- ing So peacefully free from pain, We could not wish you back, dear Mom, To suffer so again." remembered by Lloyd. Beverly, Dick and families. 17 DUVAL In loving memory ol Frank Duval who lei i u> September 16, 1967. Six long and lonely years have passed. Since our great sorrow fell: The shock that we received that day. No one can ever tell Thi.s month comes back with great regret It brings back days we can't lorget: miss them more than anyone knows. As each day passes, the emptiness grows. It was a sudden ending, too sudden to lorgel You no one a last larewell You said goodbye to none. A dear heart has ceased to beat. And suddenly you were gone. --Ever remembered and sadly missed by his daughter Joan, son-in-law Roy and grandchildren of Drayton Vallev. Alberta. SMITH In loving memory ol a dear father and grand- father. Alfred Smith, who passed away September 15. !972. September brings sad memories ot a loved one gone to rest. You will never be forgotten by the ones who loved you best. remembered and missed by daughter Marg and grandsons. Brad and Brent. 11 MYERS In loving memory oi my dear husband. Reg Myers, who passed away Sept. 15. 1971. It is sad to walk the road alone instead of side by side. To all there comes a mo- ment when the way of life divides. You gave me years of hap- piness, then cam'e sorrow and tears But you left me beautiful memories. I'll treasure through the years. -So sadly missed by Kit. 9946 School chief hack pay EDMONTON (CP) Edward J. Christie. superintendent of the Red Deer Roman Catholic School District No. 17 trom July, 19H7. to November 1970, was awarded live months back pay yesterday by the Alberta Supreme Court appeal division. Mr. Justice Michael O'Byrne of Alberta Supreme Court originally ruled "reluctantly" against Mr. Christie when he sought damages lor termination ot contract with only one month notice. The appeal court said while the contract called for a minimum of one month notice it also mentioned "preferably six months" of notice. On that basis, the court gave Mr. Christie another five months salary, or and ordered the board to pay all costs. Mr. Christie was given one month's salary when he was I i r e d Hnyarl files suit OAKLAND Bill En- vart, a former Oakland Raiders linebacker, has sued the National Football League club, two owners and four team doctors for million damages, claiming negligent treatment, of an injury forced him out of professional foot- ball. Enyart. 26. named owners Al Davis and Wayne Valley and doctors Robert T. Rosenfcld. William F. Licht- man, Kendall Small and R. Grahamm Reedy as in- dividual defendants in the suit he has filed in Alameda Coun- ty Superior Court. Enyarl joined the Raiders in 1971 and suffered a knee in- jury in a pro-season game that year. He alleges in his suit that team doctors failed tc diagnose the seriousness ol his injury and gave him medical clearance to play in the latter part of the 1971 season and in preseason games ol 1972 when he was cut from Oakland. Green Bay Packers gave him a trial, but he tailed his physical. Enyart's suit said he learn- ed later from private doctor; that surgery should have beer performed immediately aftei the injury.