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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuosday, September 22, 1970 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES H R BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE CLASSES START MOM. AND TUES. Thousands arc earning good mom In the growing field of professional I come tax Now H R Block Canada's Large Income Tax Service Will tiac you to prepare Income lax rolurns a special 12 week lull Ion cour: Classes conveniently scheduled lo a commodafe working students and hous wives. Curriculum includes pracilc problems, supervised by experience Block Instructors. Enrolment is open to nil ages, previous training or experience aulred. For complete details, today, 327-3712 or 327-8126, eveni C261-! 63 MUSIC TEACHERS PRIVATE TUITION ON GUITAR Fred Kane. Phone 327-8897. 6750-1 EXPERIENCED MUSIC TEACHEF requires students. Phone 327-1208 o call at 635 12th St. C N. 6099-3 MUSIC LESSONS Conservatory of Lethbridge Prop. Vince Ditrith BRASS 0 REErS I) PERCUSSION ELECTRIC BASS GUITAR 0 PIANO INDIVIDUAL OR CLASS LESSONS HOURLY OR MONTHLY RATES PHONE 327-1790 C9S66-2B 64 SEWING SERVICES DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATION! In my own home, reasonable. Phoni 328-2751. 7J3J-2- 65 LOST AND FOUND BOYS' SEARS SPIDER I BICYCLE Lime green with while fenders, white chain guard. Taken from Galb r a i 11 School. Reward. Phone 32B-3814. 7492-2: LOST ONE RED WHITE-FACED heifer calf. 1400 Ibs. Two miles w a s Dromond City. Brand 01 Jriqht rib. Phone Sam Cook 1327-9015. 7545-2 66 PERSONAL 5TYROFOAAA WEDDING CAKES. S3. and up. Free delivery. Phone Msgrath. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINK ERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE IN QUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. AN INFORMATION REFERRAL Centre A.I.D. Advice, Information and Direction fn areas of Health Welfare and Recreation. Phone 327 7323, II? a.m. 4 p.m. C47-05 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wUh a. drinking problem. Phone .W-B04S or 328-3246, after D.m. HAVE YOU A COMPLEXION PROB- lem wlfh acne (pimples) or simple bolls? Let Hydsolin help you clear II up. Effective on dry or oily skin. Clear, colorless, use day or night. Many pleased users. Only 51.50 one ounce; S3.00 three ounces and si.00 for medicated soap at Stubb's Pharmacy Limited and T. Eaton Company Drug Department. Bll 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS RENT A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. for two weeks, 510 per month. Free delivery and pickup. Phone 327- 2243. Singer Company of Canada, Col- MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Al- so all small appliances, lawn mow- ers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too large or too small. LEFH- BRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. Phone 327-J456. C7353-tf DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 328-7362. 6394-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day Service. 7233- 2nd Ave. S. Phone 323-511-1 C6924-tf 70 GARDENING FOR SALE PEAT MOSS, ALL sizes. Apply Dan's Greenhouse, Leth- bridge. C290-05 WELL ROTTED MANURE AND GOOD top soil for sale. 326-32B9. 7188-tf FRANK'S 328-7369. TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-7398 or 327-243B. 2968-lf JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phone or 327-2438. C9127-if GARDEN AND LAWN MANURE. DE- Jivered or loaded, your vehicle. Phone 328-2911. 7J93-22 FOR SALE ARIENS SIX H.P. self-propelled rototiller. Phone 327- 67B2. 729fi-23 FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-209J. 5739-tf PARSON'S HARDWARE Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. CB499-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES HEAVY ROASTING CHICKENS, PAN ready. '34c per Ib. Friers Freshly killed, pan ready. 37c a Ib. on dozen lots. Free delivery, custom killing. Hellmuth Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345- 322J 6656-ff 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES FOUR SIAMESE KITTENS FOR sale. Phone 327-1101. 7279-22 FOR SALE TWO CHIHUAHUA puppies; three purebred Siamese kit- tens two Sealpoint, one Bluepoint. 327-1076. -'373-tf PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE adorable pets and would like to find 9 new home. 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Call 328-3423, after 5 p.m. 6709-03 PUREBRED DEER CHIHUAHUA, Eight months old, S25. 721 19th St. S., after 6 p.m. 7546-23 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BE IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF Career opportunity as representative for one of Canada's most progressive life insurance companies. The man we seek ir. probably married and doing well at his present fob, yet is some- what Impatient with his progress. While applicant need no! have life insurance experience lie will need ambition, tie- fe.'minaticn and the desire to servo ethers as as himself, Previous sales experience helpful. To this man v.c- cffcr ,1 permanent position, un- limited earning potential nnci the in- dependence cf hi') own business. Com- pany training r-Ius qualified referred leads system. Oppor'unily to mov; into management a; soon er 20, 1970, Charles Odin, o Vauxhall, at the age of 63 'ears. Born in Claresholm, De- cember 6, 1906, he moved to he Vauxhall area at an early age. Married the former Millie Page in 1940. Mr. Nelson was partsman at the Vauxhall Ser- vice Garage for 30 years ant also a partner in the Arch Theatre for many years. Ac- tive in community affairs, Mr, Nelson was a member of the Vauxhall Lions Club and the Canadian Legion. Survivors are his wife Millie, Vauxhall; one son James, Calgary; three sisters, Mrs. Herbert S'chram of Hinton, Mrs. Dean Nowlin ol Indus, Alberta and Mrs. Ray- mond Nowlin, Claresholm; one brother Arthur, Claresholm; two grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted from the Parkview United Church in Vauxhall on Wednes- day, September 23 at p.m., with Rev. Gordon Wilson offi- ciating. Interment will follow at Archmount Memorial Gar- dens, Lethbridge. In lieu of flowers, donations to the char- ity of your choice, appreciated. Humphries Funeral Home, Ta- ber, in charge of arrange- ments. C310 FOSTER Robert passed away in the city on Sunday, Sep- tember 20th, 1970, at the age ol 77 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Leona Foster of 1802 10th Ave. South. Mr. Foster was born in Bayview, Manitoba. He moved to Alberta in 1910 and worked in the New Dayton area; homesteaded in the County of One-Four and later moved to the Wrentham dis- trict where he married Leona Hirshe in 1915. He was a suc- cessful farmer and fanned un- til his retirement hi 1960 when he and his wife moved to Leth- bridge. He enjoyed sports of all kinds and loved to play golf. He was a good neighbor and was well liked in the communi- ties he had lived in. Left to mourn his passing besides his loving wife Leona is one sister Mrs. W. (Mabel) Smith of Nan- ton and a number of nieces and nephews. He was pre- deceased by his parents and :hree brothers. Funeral ser- vices will be held in the 10th Ave. LDS Chapel on Wednes- day, September 23, 1970 at 2 p.m., with Bishop Theron Som merfeldt officiating. Interment will be in the family plot in ihe Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay then- re- spects from 1 p.m. prior to the services in the Relief Society Room of the Church. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C305 KOTKAS Passed away suddenly in Raymond on S'un- day, September 20, 1970, John at the age of 69 years, jeloved husband of Mrs. Mar- jaret Kotkas of 406 Broadway >T., Raymond, Alberta. Born in Russia the late Mr. Kotkas came as an infant with his 'amily to Barons, where he was raised and educated. In 1926 he moved to Raymond and re- sided there until his passing. He was a long-time employee of the Raymond Sugar Factory until his retirement in 1966. Be- sides his loving wife, Margaret, he is survived by one son, Dr. L. J. Kotkas of Lethbridge and two daughters, Mrs. P. (Ranees) Foster of Calgary and Mrs. R. (Peggy) Phillips of Edmonton; four grandchil- dren; three sisters, Mrs. J. (Mary) Sepp of Spokane, Wash- ington, Mrs. (Teresa) Lewellen of San Jose, California and Mrs. E. (Louise) Rowe ol Barons; one brother Mr. Rudy Kotkas of Barons. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Sacret Heart Church, Raymond, with Father Louis Cassidy cele- brant. Interment will follow in the family plot at Temple Hill Cemetery, Raymond. Prayers will be said on Tuesday eve- ning at p.m. in Sacret Heart Church. Flowers grate- fully declined. Those who wish may donate to the United Ap. peal. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C309 DEATHS McGLENN Passed away on Tuesday, September 22, 1970, at the age of 71 years fol- lowing a lengthy illness, Eliza- beth Jane, of 917 7th St. A S. beloved wife of the late Mr. Lester S. McGlenn. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C308 LEHTO Passed away sud- denly in Carmangay, Mildred Amelia, at the age of 53 years, beloved wife of Mr. Harold Ruben Lento of Carmangay. Raised and educated in Leth- bridge, Mrs. Lehto came to the Picture Butte area in 1950 and in the early 1960s moved to Barons. For the last 10 years she has resided in Carmangay with her husband who is grain suyer for Pioneer Grain Co. and a local farm operator. She was a member of the Order of the Royal Purple (past hon- tred Royal Barons 89, Carmangay Lionettes, Secretary of the Village of Car- mangay. She was very active in community affairs and all who knew her will mourn her jassing. Besides her loving lusbahd, she is survived by one son, Mr. Eugene Letito of Calgary; a daughter, Mrs. B. IKarren) Allen of California; :'ive grandchildren; her moth- er, Mrs. M. Bryan of Fernie, 3.C. and a sister Mrs. C. .Marie) Harriett of Lethbridge; two brothers, Eugene Stasiuk and Jeffrey Bryan of Vancou- ver, B.C. The funeral was held m Tuesday (today) at 2 p.m. at 'Memorial Chapel" 703 13 Street North, Rev. E. W. Clarke ifficiated. Intei- cnt followed at :15 p.m. in the Bowville Ceme- ery in Carmangay. Martin iros Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C306 DEATHS GIBSON Passed away in Fort Macleod on Sunday, Sep- tember 20, 1970, Mary Gibson aged 84 years, of Fort Mac- leod. The funeral service will be held in Christ Church An- glican on Wednesday at p.m., Rev. R. Hunt officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by Ed'en's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. C304 WELLS Passed away in Cardston on Monday, Septem- ber 21, 1970, Richard (Dick) Wells, aged 64 years, beloved husband of Katie Wells of the Blood Reserve. Born on the Blood Reserve where he farm- ed for many he was a tveli known bronc rider on the Rodeo Circuit and a member of the Head Dresr Society. Be- sides his wife h3 is survived by ,wo sons Luke and Richard of Standoff and two daughters, Mrs. C. (Janet) Davis and Mrs. D. (Bertha) Weasle Fat Jr., >oth of Cardston; 16 grandchil- dren; two brothers and seven sisters. The funeral service will >e held in the Immaculate Con- ception Church, St. Mary's School, Thursday at a.m., iev. T. Duhaime officiating, interment in St. Mary's Ceme- ;ery. A wake service will be held at the Wednesday at p.m. Funeral arrange- ments by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. C307 1971 MERCURY COUGAR CARD OF THANKS WILLIAMS We wish to ex- cess our sincere thanks to all vho helped in any way and to everyone who attended mom and dad's 50th wedding anniver- sary. You all helped to make it very memorable occasion. family of Velma and Billy Williams. 7563 CARDS OF THANKS WILLIAMS We sincerely thank all who attended the open house at the Anglican Church, the reception at the Legion Hall, and to each and everyone for the many gifts, cards, and flowers. and Billy Williams. 7367 PIERSON Ray and Pat wish to extend their sincere thanks to all their friends and relatives who sent cards and food and assisted in any way to ease their suffering in '.he loss of their dear son, Chad Allan. A special thanks to Father D. G. Gillis of Picture Butte for his comforting prayers. and Pat Pierson :md grandparents. 7569 CARD OF THANKS WYMAN We would like to express our sincere thanks ?nd appreciation to all our friends and relatives who called at tne house, sent flowers, food, cards monetary gifts, phone calls anc wires during our recent ber- eavement in the loss of our dear mother, father, grandmother anc grandfather. A special thanks to Father Gillis and Reverend John Moules' for their prayers and words of comfort. Thanks also to the pallbearers and lo Martin Bros. Ltd. for their kind service. These kindnesses will always be remembered and cherished. Richard and Elizabeth. 7348 WYMAN We wish to rpn- vey our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all our friends and relatives, during the recent passing of our beloved sister. Special thanks to Rev. John Moules and also to Father Gillis for their prayers and words of comfort. E. Fullylove and Mrs. C. lindholm and families. 7582 Fastest Gun IZMIR, Turkey (AP) A youth watching a cowboy film in a local movie house pulled out a pistol and said: "That's not the way you shoot, man. This is how you do it." He fired and the man in the next seat collapsed. The man was taken to hospital in critical condition. The youth, Abdullah Kuru, was arrested. IN MEMORIAM TARNAVA In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and father, Alex Tarnava, who pass- ed away September 21, 1966, 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 and sadly missed by wife Annie, child- ren Joe, Ducky and Laurie. 7518 Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Montreal John A. Ritclu'e, manager of creative services of the Montreal Standard Pub- lishing Co. responsible for the promotion of this magazines Weekend and Perspectives. Harvesting On Home Stretch CALGARY (CP) Almost 10 per cent or 1.5 million acres of the total wheat acreage has been threshed, the Alberta Wheat Pool said in its weekly crop report. Threshing of other crops was well advanced oats, 64 per cent; barley, 72 per cent; flax, 56 per cent; and rapeseed, 69 per cent completed. Most districts will require one week to 10 days of good weather to complete the har- vest, the pool said. In many northern areas .hreshing of wheat was pro- jessing slowly as swaths were slow drying, but harvesting oE coarse grains and rapeseed was well advanced'. With favorable weather, har- vesting should be completed by Jie end of September. Boy, 15, Killed Under Tractor STONY PLAIN (CP) Ran- dy Peterson, 15, of Edmonton 'as killed when the tractor he vas operating overturned near tils community 25 miles west f Edmonton. Police said the oulh was driving the tractor or enjoyment and the accident ccurred on a district road. AGT you f dimes more than conversatioti THINK ABOUT THINK ABOUT SPENDING MONEV. Last year to keep Alberta's telephones ringing, wo spent about a month per telephone or, 2 Va times your monthly phone rental fee. That all adds up to well over 100 million dollars. THINK ABOUT 39 MILLION DOLLARS. Last year we paid more than that to pretty important people. Our employees. They in turn spent a lion's share of that money light here in Alberta. Every time someone spends even a dime, someone else benefits. So, when we spend money in or when our employees spend money in. Alberta, other tana are on. tho receiving THINK ABOUT WHAT MONEY BUYS. Last year our 890 vehicles used over a million gallons of gas. We ordered everything from pens, pencils and paper to giant-sized buildings right here in Alberta. We even paid over two million dollars in property taxes. We want Alberta to grow. So we spend our money in Alberta because we live here, too. AT AGT YOUR DIMES DO BUY MORE THAN CONVERSATION ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;