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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, September 28, 19.4 DEATHS DEATH IN MEMORIAMS NAVARA Passed away in the city on Fi iday September 27th 1974 Mr John Navara of Lethbndge at the age of 71 Funeral anangements will be announced when com- pleted MARTIN BROTHERS LTD Directors of the Funoial Service Phone 328- C2276 MILLAR Passed away in Taber on Friday. September 27th 1974 John "at the age of 74 vears beloved husband of Mrs Beatrice Millar of Taber Funeral service will be conducted from Humphries Funeral Chapel in Taber on Monday September 30th at 2 pro with Rev R B Heffelfinger officiating Ci emation will follow In lieu of flowers a donation to the charity of your choice will be deeply appreciated HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME of Taber in charge of arrangements C2271 QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic 303-Sth Street So Metcalf Building PHONE 328-7684 BENTSEN Passed away suddenly in the city on Thurs- day, September 26th. 1974. Mr 0 B (Odd) Bentsen at the age of 74 years, beloved husband of Mrs Kirsten Bentsen of 632 21st St S Born and raised in Eidsvold, Norway, the late Mr Bentsen came to Canada in 1923 to Yorkton, Saskatchewan, and moved to Lethbndge in 1945. where he has resided until his passing He was employed by the International Harvester Company for approximately 31 years The late Mr Bentsen has been associated with music all his life, and has taught violin lessons full time since 1965 and will be greatly missed by all his pupils Besides his loving wife, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs J (Sonja) Ikle, San Mateo, California, and two grandchildren He was predeceased by one brother The funeral will be held on Monday. September 30th 1974 in Martin Brother's MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St N at 11 a m with Pastor W Gartke officiating Cremation will follow Friends who wish may make donations to the Lethbndge Symphony Orchestra MARTIN BROTHERS LTD Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice Phone 328-2361 C2277 RITCHIE In loving meiiory of our mother and grandmother, Mary Florence Ritchie who passed away September 28. 1969 Ever remembered ever loved Marie and Phyllis and their families 2809 PINSKE In loving memory of a dear husband and father. Herbert Emil who passed away September 28 1973 Also a dear son and brother Bryan Alex, who passed away February 26 1959 Too dearly loved to ever be forgotten remembered and sadly missed Peggy Carol Howard and family 2807 MELVIN In everlasting memory of William (Bill) Melvin who passed away September 29th, 1967 Seven years have passed awav. Since you were taken so suddenly away Gone from our sight But not from our hearts Treasured memories of you Will be with us ahvavs missed by your wife Dorothy Larry, Vicku and family Beverly, Ron. and family 2808 IN MEMORIAM BOLOKOSKI In loving memory of a dear brother. Nick Bolokoski. who passed away September 27, 1944 Time goes on but memories stay As near and dear as yester- day Ever remembered by brothers and families 2810 CARDS OF THANKS HOLT Mr and Mrs Holt wish to thank their doctors and staff of St Michael s Hospital for the care they received and all their friends for the flowers received and get well cards Also those who phoned and visited us at the hospital 2806 DOBAY I wish to thank all the people who were so kind to me during my stay in the hospital To all who sent flowers cards, and gifts, and to those who had prayers said for me Thank you to the doc tors, and nurses on 3rd main in Saint Michaels hospital Thank you to my relatives and friends who came to visit me A special thank you to my neighbors who have been so kind and helpful since I came home God Bless you all Mary Dobay 2690-28 CARDS OF THANKS The Barons Ladies Fastball Team would like to thank the Southern Alberta Co op foi sponsoring their team this year We would also like to give a special thanks to Ait Secretan of the Barons Southern Alberta Co op. the umpires and all the people who donated to the team 2805 GEIGER We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to relatives and friends for their many acts of kindness floral tributes, cards, food, visits, and donations to the Heart Fund during our recent bereavement Special thanks to the pallbearers, the ladies of the Immanue! Lutheran Church for serving lunch the members of The Church of the Nazarene for prayers and food donations (Dick) Geiger and family and Mavis Standing and family 2804 INITIAL SALE SET TORONTO (CP) Imperial Oil Ltd has announc- ed its unleaded gasoline, Esso 2000 will be sold initially by almost 1 100 dealers across 17 per cent of the company s outlets West got more than promised OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau says the tederal government has gone beyond commitments made to the West at the Western Economic Opportunities Conference (WEOC) in July. 1973 The remark is contained in a letter written to British Columbia Premier Dave Barrett The letter said the work done since WEOC is an im- pressive demonstration of the federal and provincial governments' determination to improve economic and social development prospects in the West "Progress has not been as rapid in some areas as we had hoped, but in such cases the problems are complex and difficult and time will be re- quired to work out solutions Mr Trudeau's letter said the field of transportation is the best example of a difficult area NO Polarized Lenses POLARIZED LENSES co-npietely eliminate annoying glare from ater highways and beaches And now you can have them in >cu- own prescription' Drive more safely See more Framed n ojr zirgy new olatters squares ojals o octagons O der i-gm today' OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO, ,ST S LETHBRIDGE Phone 327 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER COAL INDUSTRY Our client a major interna'ional mining corporation has an immediate retirement for a professional en vironrrental engineer to join Canadian operations The company has extensive land holdings in Alber'a and is in the early stages of developing rrajor coal properties The successful candidate will be involved in broad areas of environmental p.ann ng including reclarnatioT p'Ojects air and water effluent contro1 and liaison with goven'meit ard local agencies in program deve1 oprnent This is an excellent opportunity to jc n a major company with extensive technical resources offering unusua1 potential fo' personal and onal growth Interested candidates should apuly in complete confidence to W G Fraser m our Calgary office quoting File LH-587 TECHNICAL SERVICE COUNCIL 816-7th Ave S. W Calgary 2 269-7931 Wmn oeg Toronto Personnel Consu'ants Eit 927 Canada Trust f Realtor OPEN HOUSE 114 GREENVIEW CLOSE Sunday Sept. 29 2-7 p.m. PARK MEADOWS This 6 room almost new bungalow has rooms, 2 bathrooms sunken living room open hearth fireplace, spacious sundeck 10% mortgage Go north on North Mayor Mag- rath Dr and 23rd St S Turn right on 14th Ave. N. ML3 CANADA TRUST 327-8581 Jock Richardson 328-9366 Michael Solyrka 329-4673 Don Roy 327-7661 George Scott 327-2783 Vincent Harty 327-0492 CANADA TRUST 327-8581 "Apprentices? I'm proud to say we've seen a number of people receive Journeyman Certificates while working for us." Meet Ron Dorrcn, President of Dorren Electric in Lethbridge. Mr. Dorren is a Journeyman Electrician and has trained many apprentices in this trade. "Ail of our apprentices are trained in co operation with the Alberta Apprenticeship says Mr. Dorren "We find this arrangement most most satisfactory Today's modern equipment demands the knowledge and skill of quahfed tradesmen and 'part of our company's responsibility is to help unskilled people acquire this expertise through and trades school training." Alberta employers, take a look at the Alberta Apprenticeship Program and what it can offer your company. Like Ron Dorren, you'll find a "blue collar" investment is good business Contact. Apprenticeship Registry 6th Floor, IBM Building 10808 99 Avenue Edmonton, Alberta OR contact the following office of the Apprenticeship and Tradesmen's Qualification Branch Lethbndge Administration Building, 9th Street 3rd Avenue, N Phone 328 4471 MANPOWER AND LABOUR Apprenticeship Branch ;