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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 59 MAIE- FEMALE HELP dev in Yablor PITTSBURGH (AP) Cover i in c n t sources say more major developments are expected in the 1969 murders of United Mine Workers insurgent Joseph (Jock) Yablonski and his wife and iski inurd The disclosure followed ;he arrest hero on federal conspiracy charges in Lake Cily, o( William Jackson Prater, 52, an official of the UMW's District 19 who became Ihe sixth person taken into custody in connection with the killings. "The conspiracy doesn't end one well-informed source snid. "It goes much the source said, "and we expect more important developments soon." Prater was charged with conspiring to interfere with the rights of a union member, conspiring to interfere with an investigation and conspiring to obstruct justice. JIEITEHATE CI..H.M The indictment detailing the charges reiterated an earlier government claim that YFiblon-ski was killed at least in part to keep him from testifying before a federal grand jury that was investigating UMW activities in Washington, D.C. The indictment was based largely on a statement Riven to the FBI earlier this month by Annette Gilly, one of five persons arrested in the slayings earlier, sources said. The statement was introduced Tuesday when Mrs. Gilly, .1 31-year-old Cleveland housewife, pleaded guilty in nearby Washington, Pa., to stale murder and conspiracy charges and agreed to turn state's evidence, perhaps against her father, Silous Iluddlcslon, FniKND OF PRATER Like his daughter. Hi ritlles-ton, 03, (aces state charges of murder and conspiracy, lie is scheduled to go on trial next ItlHBKIDC-E HERALD 21 hinted er case ski charged there was wlde-spread misuse of union money and other improprieties, and ho promised reforms. IIOYI-E CONVICTED Boyle was convicted by a fed-ernl jury in Washington, D.C., last month of illegally spending union money on political contributions, hut he is appealing. Besides Huddloston-and Mrs. Gilly, others previously arrested jj) HID YablousJii slayings Include: E. Voalcy, 2fl, of Cleveland, who pleaded guilty and turned state's evidence last June -Paul Gilly. 38, Airs. Lilly's husband, who was convicted of murder and sentenced to death last month. c- KJii-lfi.i, Juncrali, J i o i; WITH LARGE YCl -GVJ sQlollller. Phone 327-3-138. 7TW H I-HANK'S ROTQTtLLLNG PROMPT Priono 3JB 7381. 949fl WINDOVi'5 Arit> SCHOOL DUG DRIVI-ll WANTIiD FOR Sunnyiidc Co.'.lil.-ile dhlrkl. Phone Herb .if Tncrson'S, Residence 317 C13JS-M WA N T C O IMfAG D 1 AT QL Y A m til-llous solus pen on for cur real tilale ilepl. Cxtclionl InccnHvo plan, Plrase call I'ftUll Smilh, WCSTBAS'K REAL ESTATE, 328 1011. CI35S PMUrJP' JONES HOOFING, 328 S74S. Cl 734-1 TREE SUHGFRY TRFE jillmn'cs, Pruning, Irl mining and k line. Call 3JE 7030 Gua rani red Vjorh. f'rcr csti-rna t.s. I'linno ttftf RMtl PAINTING AIJD ''Inn. Free esllmafct guaranlted. Pnone poptr, vinyl am) ijig Tree csrimatcs. Plisne 333 -31iJ. Passed away in Vancouver on Saturday, April r., 1972, Mr. William Dcrk-.scji nl the age of -1G ycai's ol 330 Dili Avenue S.E. Calgary. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors or Funeral Sen'ice. C13W I1YDKC11UK 5'assed away suddenly in the city on Monday, April 10, 1U72. Julie Rac Hydecliuk, liclovcd infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kvan HydccJiuk or 1603 1 Avenue N. A graveside service hclcj on Thursday al a.m., will] Rev. Dr. It. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment followed in the Mountain View Cemetery. ilARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Ihe Funeial Service. AI.LHED Funeral service (or Ernest Rudolphus Allrcd, jcloved husband of the laic Lorctta Allred who died al Cardston Sunday, April 2, 1972, al the age of 93 years, was held at I p.m. Wednesday, April 5, 1972, in Ihe Hillspring LDS Chapel with Bishop Sheldon Wynder officiating. Pall-hearers were sons Hoy, Jim, Stewart, Guy, Blind and Morris Allrcd. Interment was in the family plot in the Hill-spring Cemetery. Christenscn Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors ol Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CCXNING Funeral service lor Mrs. Muriel Estellc Cunning, beloved wife of Arthur F. Cunning of 024 9th St. S. who died al Lelhbridge Saturday, April 8, 1872, at the ago of 79 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, J972, in the Lctlibridge First Ward Cliapel, 1912 10th Ave. S., with Bishop Sclk olfi-cialing. Pallbearers were Don Jcslon, Los Cunning, D'Arcy Kerr, George Robinson, John I'rowse, 0 r v a 1 McDcrmolt, lien Oliver and Bill Tennant. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Christenscn Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in chrge of ttic MORTGAGE CLERK REQUIRED. Previous exponent" essential. Salary S410 monthly. Plicno Dank ol Nova ScoUa, 703 3rd Ave S, RErJT A ROTOTILLER WHEN VOLT can have a custom done lor jtwut same coil. All done by experienced college sludcnls. Phcae 327-B7B4. 64-1 my HIGH SCHOOL DOY READY TO rake Phone 32 4715, alter p.rr 300K NOW FOR SPRING ROTO-i llr.g. No [ob Ico small or loo hlg KLkNK'S ROTOT1LLING, alter S p m. BUILDING C F. W E M 1 w, snd sluLcolny. Andifscn and Surenisn rue lion. 1D30 7lh Ave S. Phone 327-MW. C73J7 TIIF METIS ASSOCIATION OP AL-berld ii accepting applications for Held stalf lo v.'crk In Ihe Calgary area. Applicant muil Lc able lo Iravrl Abililv lo speak a rallve lanquagc .in lo Linda While, 0 ranch Office, Room 31, 301 Elll Ave. S. Phcjie FFtJCES PATIOS, ki, elding, rumpus rnom, itamiii'j, finiihlnq, cunt Free oslimales. Phone 372-L9B7 cr 3i5-3iV3. River prison hack to normal PEACE IllVUn, ALTA. -The correclional jnsLiiulc lias returned to normal operation following a sit down protest by 67 prisoners which sLarlec) Tuesday, Warden It. 0. Dos-rochers said today. The warden said the protest was organized hy ahout six "ringleaders" and involved 15 demands, all of which were "unreasonable." The demands included Jeep-ing later in Hie mornings, permission to grow lieards, extended recreational hours and a general relaxation of rules. Fire destroys high school YOUNGSTO WN (CP) About 200 high school students will move into the town hall antl the elcmcnlary school today alter fire destroyed the high school early Thursday. Firefighters in the community, 60 miles cast o[ joined hy volun-oers from nearby Hanna and Oven after Hie blaze broke out. The seven room section of the combined high school, elementary school and Eymnasi-uni was destroyed. Cause of (he blaze was not. immediately known and an investigation was Swimming Pool Posh ions Available al Including MipervUcr, uptralw and lite-guard Intruders. Cental Bonnie Peeler, HecrcBlion Diroclcr, P O. Ilox M, Dlairmcre, Alberta, itating fu qualifications, experience and ESTIMATES On rccrcalicn ki'iliens. or any lyps cf rciidenlial re-mcdelirnrj. YOU .irp Lv.dcr no obllga-ADVANCE LUMBER Co. Lid. Ccr ?nd Ave. an-j Uin St. 5. Phnne CTEV-SiA BOX NU.V.BERS 93, 73, 103, 111. lit, GARDENING SERVICES. specl.iliie custom 1op snJ trash re mover. Reasonable rules. Phons NUHSERIES 3J5-4633 Closed Sunday. Available na-.v Tvergreon and shrubi All plants guaranteed. Frtt rielivery (o Lcfhbridge. A POWER RAKE GREEN up and air up your lawn. II required, man available Rololiller fcr rent. Phone 327-3333; evenings, Jcnn Fnrrc-sl Color C-.nlrs. Due lo nur rxpamlcn program me lol-lov.'irtj personnel nrc required Immediately, fcxcellcnt employee benclili and (alary to co mine nurd f e experience. CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY Typing and Snorrnand cssenftal.. Experience wi dictaphone an, assul. Miri -mum of tlve years expei icr.ce. JUNIOR ACCOUNTANT With one or- Ivio year lov.ards C A., C.G.A. or R.I.A. esienliaJ. SALES STENOGRAPHER To t-e respnnsible fcr Sales Retcrds, Invoicing, Follow-up. Did spheric and all Sales Typing 1 wo years experience required Grade 12 csLcnllal. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CLERK To handle all received e faged anafy-sll) records and also Itr correspond Pflce wMh Apply in writing lo: Mr. John NorlhwesI Design and Fabrication Ltd. P.O. Box 999 Fort MacLeod, Alberta. POULTRY AND who uys similarly convicted and sentenced last fall. PAN RTADY. H DYCK, Ccoldale. 345 322-1. telephone rate boost required EDMONTON (CP) The financial picture at Alberta Government Telephones is looking brighler because of an increase in revenue from long distance calls in the last three months. Telephones Minister Lcn Worry said Thursday. "There will, therefore, be no application for a r .1 I e change this the minis er told i Ron Chiller (PC Calgary The corporation's annual report, tabled in the legislature Wednesday, says rapidly rising capital and operating expenses reduced AGT's net income to i S2.8 million in 1971 from 55. 7 in I 1370. PETS AND A-ife, hnv-Ir.g left my ted and tcard. 1 will rot be iLSpcnsible for any debts incurred by her. SiynPd, ClJIfcrd Passed away in Calgary, Tuesday, April llth, ISIV2, John Lawrence Ealon, age 56, of 3605 Mtll SI. N.W., Calgary, beloved husband of Mrs. Lola Eaton. Born in Boston, Mass, he resided in the Nanton district until moving lo Calgary. Besides his loving wife, lie is survived by two sons, Garry of Calgary and Jack of Edmonton; his parenls, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Eaton ol Calgary and two sisters, Mrs. Harold (Anna) Malchow of I.elhlmdfie and Mrs. John (Monn) Yorgason of SALE PUREBRED 5HORT-lidir Poir.lcr pups. Phona REGISFEKED. S 7. Ec-mard, male, 10 mcnlhs, BLACK LAB PUPS FOR ale, Kermeh, 7710 3 Ave. N. "J77-4377. FOR WEED CHEMICALS lenders will be rfcelved for Ihc supplying of Iric Chemicals: 55 gallon barrels of 3-4-D Aniir.o 9A 50 i5 gjilon Carrels t-f liD Air.ir.s, 1he proviso 1cr dcldiliinal quantifies if required al tne tendered price. lender will Co acccplcri up lo YEAR OLD WHITE MINIATURE male Pocdle. 337-0033. SALF SFALPOIUT SIAMESE kiltens. Gcod with chlfdrfn- Seven weeks Pficne yjI-SMt. ACK F E .MA L E VJNIATURC IB nicnlfis old. All 53o. Phcr.s TIHY TOY OLD, SIRED BY REGI5IER-ED CHAMPION- PHONE AFTER 4 P.M. 7301-15 YEAR OLD PUREBRED brown and wiille Springer Soaniel. Phone 33B-i3AP, after A p.m. 95-'? JJ '.VELL BRED DALMATIAN or any lender nsl acccplcJ. Pltjso submit lenders lo the Secretary-Treasurer ol the Municipal Dis-Irlcf Tater TJo. 14, Tater, Alberfj. Chapel, Foster's Funeral Home, 510 JGth St. Calgary at p.m.. Rev. Paul 11. Tillejnnn, Norlhminsler United Church officialed. Interment followed, Queen's Park Cemetery. Funeral service for Eugene D. Robinson, beloved husband of M r s. Martha L. Robinson of Cards-ton who died there Sunday, April 9, 1872, at Ihe age of 07 years, was held at 1 p.m. 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL "Mcdicnl Rfrquired for general dulies with siafl cf five. New labrralory under rcnslruclinn. CSLT and A H A. s.ilary schedule. Fringe Lesiefils are literal and tjc-ncrous ailQ'.viincps ere paid far anrl emergency calls. Wrile, including telephone number, or call collect la Chief Technologist General Hospital Taber, Alberla TOK 2GO C1 Hcr.ild. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS Iff THE MATTER OF- Ine Lstale o( MARIA DOENZ, late Ihe Cily cT Lethbrjrlgo, in Ihe Province d Al-l-srla, v.ha died HI Ihe 13rd day of March, A D TAKE NOTICE; lhaf all persons having upon Csfdte Ine above named ir.uH file tf-Jh the untlersianEd iailcilcr by 'ho 73rd day AMv, A.D. 1573, a full italemeni of Ineir claims dr.J cf securities held by Itiem. MARTIN HOYT, ESQ., Barrliler and Soiicilor, 33i ICin Street Souln, 1 rlribrldrje, AlCtrla, Scllcilor (or Executcr, Jarres M Hutjhitn. April 12, 1972, in the Alberla Stake Chapel ol the LDS Church with Bishop John llollingsworth oflicialing. Honorary pallbearers w e r o Ernest Albiston. Erwin At-wood. Ormus Bales, Slanley Kearl, Andrew Woolf and Lyle Holland. Active pallbearers wore Elden Leavitt. Elmer Marsdcn, Dcrrel Smith, Glen Broodliead, Fred Hillyer and Fred Ueagh. InlcrmenL was in Arcbmount Memorial Gardens, Chrislcnsen Salmon Funeral Home Lid., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. HOLT Funeral service for James William Holt, beloved son of Ihe lale Frank and Sarah Holt of Raymond who died at l.elhbrlrige al Ihc age of 49 years, was held al 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, 1972, in (lie Raymond Third Ward Chapel with Bishop Ronald II. Watson of the LDS Church the otlicia-ling member. Pallbearers were Max, Roger, Bruce and Robert Holt, Glen Salmon and Morris Dahl. Interment was in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge ol the is a former president of a local in District 19 and has been identified iv the government as a friend of Prater. Yablonski, 59, was slain shorlly after he was defeated in a bid for the presidency of the I.TIIW by incumbent W. A. (Tony) Boyle. The victims were found shot lo death in their Clarksville home Jan. S, 1970. During his campaign, Passed away suddenly in Lctlibridge on Thursday, April 13, 1072, Mr. l.ee Sturtevant at the age of 90 years, beloved husband ol Mrs. Lillian Sturtevant o[ S29 Clli SI. S. Born, raised and educated in Michigan, the lale Mr. Slurle-vanl look up liomeslcadint; in Lucky Strike in the early part ol 1903 and he continued to larm there until his relire-inenl in 1930. He was one of the original members of the Woodmans Lodge in Lucky Strike and in early days was a very active vrorker in al phases of community life. Following his retirement he moved In I.ethuridge where lie has resided until his passing. Besides his wife he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. J. (Verdel) Taylor and three sons, Allan, Donald and Hugh Sturtevanl, all of Foremost; 11 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. He w a s predeceased b y several brolhers and sisters. The funeral service v.ill he lie-Id on Saturday at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL BUSINESSS FOR SALF. l-or furlher Jnfcrmaricn coaldcl Ralph Raymcnd. BUSINESS Postage si amp vending concession. Phcne AGF" RENT OR l.EASF BEAVER Hall, 50 x JO 11. Basemsnr llv-ing quarlers available. 1J mil-s west cf Pincher. Box Plnchsr Creek. mission hegiiis lour JAKARTA, Indonesia Renter) A BO member Canadian rade mission left here today after a four-day visit. Mission leader Lawrence Dampier, chairman of Ihe Vancouver Board of Trade, said that his mission had explored Ihc possibilities of Canadian capital investment in Indonesia. Some of tlie mission members had expressed a desire to set up joint ventures with Indonesian firms in fishery, fores! iy and mining, he said. The mission had talks with Indonesian officials on promoting trade between (he two TO ALL CONTRACTORS AND EXCAVATOHS Today underground telephone cable is buried throughout Alberta. That's why we'd like you to call us in advance when you have to dig. So we can send a man lo locate and mark the cable. He'll get there es soon Ei he can, SOUTHERN ALBERTA COM-p ele unif restaurant, ccHee shcp. lironsprf dining rccm, banquet laciii-1 es, large living qirarters For inquiries, write BOK 105, HcrdU. president of college MEDICINE (CP1 EDUCATIONAL S P.I led lenders accopled unlil -.30 p.m. April 15lh 1o supply the fol-lov.'ing BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message Uy Jim Clliot tells you ho.v. Phcno :5S CalumQla School cf Broadening. v: H P F. L AL1GN-merit, ijraVc and lire shop. Buildiriq can te tested. Pho.ne I23-331B or Taber. 65 LOST AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY concepl in "car ft minute" dulomalit, cor was'i equipment Ly Western Canadian Company. inveirment will handle. VVritn box 92, Herald. Si 01. gallcn barrfls ct 2, Arnlne BD a? qallcn can 1. i-D L. V. Esler ti CI. Gil) ion cans rf 53-; Mslalhlcn Emulsion JdLr-i> SO 3 q aliens Ruelene 25 C PnLir en Any dddillonsl QudntilleS: iJ reQuIrtd, shall supplied al render prices. Delivery one shall be lolcr IhEin .Viay 15, 197J The cr any lender not necessarily accen'eri J. 1C. Duncan Sccrtlary-Trc-diurer County cl Warner No. 5 A ceremonies will be held Sunday in Medicine Hai for Dr. E. 'Stanley Chose, the new president of Medicine Hat College. Dr. Chase, former chairman of the department of education and psychology and dean of the graduate school at Walla College in Washington state took office earlier this year. His predecessor, Dr. Neville Matthews, has become president of Canadian Union College in LOST BETWEEN BARN WELL AND Lelhbridge Heine lender skirl tor 17S5 Cnrysler. Reward, fnone tU-WM, Vauxhail. a rr-nt. DIAL BEFORE YOU DIG CALL AGT'S CABLE LOCATION StRVICE IN ADVAMCF DIAL "0" (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 (toll free, of course) 66 32 SEAT RESTAURANT adjoining 70 unll motel on busy Ihor-ouqnfarc for ledie In MediLins Hal. Alia. Apply slalinq experience and references to mananer, 5iO 9lh SI. S.W. iV.udJcrne Hit, Afte. Phone EMERY'S DOOKING SF-RVICE rianca groups 'or all VJed clubs, etc. Phone 373-3EJ7. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS nYCrphone' "27-6 MP 'or alter INVESTMENT Fcr tl-.ose v.ho wish revenue properly. V.'e have an immaculate tv.'O year old fcvf sui'cr. Wo arc open to sll redson-ahtc Exclusive. Conlact Opinion and Daln Agencies Ltd., 1377 3rd Ave. DATING By compuler for tun, Inertia hip cr n-iarricgc. Send nil me, PUBLIC MEETING FOR PROPOSAL ZONING AMENDMENT BY-lAW TOWN OF VAUXHALL TaKe nalice that by No. of 1hf> Tov.n of Viiuxhall has been introduced into CSUIKJI and has been qivcn first reading, The by law proposes lo amend lonimj by law No. 333 of tte TO'.vn cf VauxUfll! with trta fQllov.'ino; The icninq map annexed and 1he said by [a'.v is ammded hy delellng from jcnc rcLidenlinl (R) and delinp ftlina as ions highway camrns rcia 1C 31 lhP lands as: Tnc soufnorfy hunrfrcd fpel (300 M.) of block A on plan Vauxhali 61 3i GV. A copy ol if-.c prc.pcsr.-l lonTna amrndmrnl by law No. 3i3 miy b" ini-jecied at Hie ollice- o( tl.a Socra-lary Treasurer o' Ihe Town of VauK-tiiifl Ourinq norms f ctlice hours. A public hearlnci prcpcicd zoning by IHVJ will Le Held at the Water Reiourccj cifice en Mend ay, April ?J, H7? Irom 7 to 6 n-ni. If.r Ihc purpose ol hearing opinions, anil objections lo Ihe by-law. af Vauxnail, AIMrffl fnis 2ffri day of March A.D. 197J. Sciersfad Sorrclary.Treasurrr cf Vnuxhnll A Interment will follow in ti'i family p-'.al, Arehmoisil Memorial Gardens. Friends may pav their respects at Martin Bros. MESIOHAL CHAI'EL. 703 13 St. N. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1301 JUIIASZ Passed away in the cily on Thursday, April 13, 11172, following a lengthy ness, Mr. Frank B WR Juhasz at Ilic agu S of M years, he-loved husband of Mrs. Machia-lia Juhasz of 1110 2-1 St. S. Born in Hungary, the late Mr. Juhasz came to Canada and Southern Aluerta in 1S27 am resided in Foremost prior lo moving to Lcthbridge in 1970. lie served overseas with Ihc Canadian Army during Ihe Second World War, lie was a member of the Hungarian Old Timers. Besides his loving wife he is survived hy one daughter, Miss Frances and Michael liolh at home and one brother. Joseph Juhasz, Milk River. The .service will be held on Saturday at p.m. in M.-.uin Hrcs. B12 3 Avenue S., with Rev. F. Wilkil -.son and Rev. C. Teles officiating. Interment will follow in the Field ol Honour. Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects al Marlin Bros. Traditional Chapel BI2 3 Avenue S. phone 32U-2381. In lieu of (lowers friends may donate to the Canadian Cancer Socielv. JOH Canada Trusl Bldg. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Dircc-lors of Funeral Service. 1355, Greal H.IDJ. Res peclab e a [lulls cr.Ly. 9 709-1 AND SERVICE STATION BUSINESS FOR SALE Dual car agency body shop Gcing ctvicern In JhrJving soulri Al-borla ccnnntunily. sales lasl year Will consider leasing properly. Owners wishing lo retire. FOR PARTICULARS PHONE OR 437-3144, OR WRITE BOX 310, PJNCHER CREFK. SPE From EMERSON'S ol VENTURA n thal's on Ilie pockel 1 TM the eye. Sundance Orange 5j SM in color with a Sandal- WEEKEND SPECIAL ONLY ffOOCC f PONTIAC LAURENTIAN WEEKEND SPECIAL 1 Al DORSE Al is a lifetime fcsidenl of Southern Alberto. Of hi> BUICK LA SABRf ysan in lelnbridgc. h- wa> STOCK NO. 8705 a member of the Norbridge purc Buirlf quality far 6 yeari, Al ras Special low price. Folly been in the automobile- bus power equipped anl many res. for many y and i, convenience luxury on-o mechanic. He 'lonl- Gold ploys the Westerner's Dance Band, and ii married. WEEKEND SPECIAL with 4 children. Home phono ONLY CylQCO 328-3467. See Al or Bob aboul these un or any of the greal buys At EMERSON'S cf DOWNTOWN 4th Avenue 32 CAR SHOWROOM PHONE 32 OPEN DAILY Till 9 Course! BOB SIMPSON loh is our youngest so ct Inff mcrnber and licij come o Encrson's from Ihe L.C.C. he of lie Sludcnl Union nnd o in Dn he academfc countil nnd lie Board of Governors. He i. single, and will be unlil July, when ho will marry DTrolhy Mennly, a student lursc. He wai raised m Del whore father wai lusloms Officer. Home Phone 328-o525 VtyiJB S. 7-5705 J FAMILIES OF PROHLFM DRINKERS NET DING UNDFRSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CO NT AC I AL AHOI FAMILY GROUP, WRITE ENQUIRIES OF P.O. BOX 641, LETH DRIDGF. Al BERTA. SHIRLEY, 337 6291; JEAN. 127-83 ID. OF THANKS NOHDIjUND We wish to sincerely tliank all who sent cards of sympathy, flowers and food to our hcrne, donations lo the Hrart Fund, and lo those who plroned their kindness and sincere expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement. A special thanks to Pastor Olson for Ihc lovely service, 1 1) e pallbearers, the organist End soloist and to Ihc members of the Vas.i Ixxlge for the lovely lunch served aller the service. Also special thanks to tbe doctors and staff of Michael's Hospital. -IxMia Nordlund, Evcrih and Evelyn and family. 67 SERVICES AND KIROY VACUUM SALES AND SERVICE KIRBY OF LE1H-BRIDGE 323 E.942. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber slamps, corpcrate s e a 1 5. daters, clr. Snrnc d.iy service. 1233 3rd Ave 5. Plijf.c 3235114. LOANS MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vices on accornpanieJ Ly a cerlitied cheque cf the tender price. The hiMnre tnp purffiase prire is pnyai'ic Ii crtsli do acceplance ct the lender All unsuccessful lenders will returned. hiriripst rr any lender not necessarily (Kcepled. F-or further informalian fall Siqr.cJ: D. J. bourn and Scholcr Oox 307 Clareiholm, Soiicilor Icr ino t( Int Cstalc ct Hugii Slanfey V-Vall 70 GARDENING IT'S Hjve VLJL.T oartftn 1ft Frre Phtnc CS53-13A RHfjr HOTOTIl 1 PRS, SEEDFRS, PO'.'.C R RAKES, LA'.VN ROLLERS, CHAIN SAWS, HEDGE AND FDGF.RS AT WARD'S. 323-6775. C13C3 I wish lo lhank my family for the wonderful parly given me al Sven Restaurant en the occasion of my 70lh birthday. It will long be remembered Gladys Groves INSTANT TREES Tco fcv Ircoi? We c.in supply Ihern Sdles and movinq c' lype frres cur specially. Phcne rider j 0 m. Robinson and family wish lo express tticir gratilnde to all (I'e doctors and nurses, and the relatives and friends who showed them EO much love and who rendered so many kindnesses during their time of sorrow and the death of their beloved husband and lather. LAWN AERATING Pro'.ilcms dry art! burn! Aeraling your fnv. n'l nnlura reiturrt nr.ci tcjoly moisture rtnil sir to cer.rlrsle trie soli Oel lo Mic real of If.r prcnlern. Cn now for your free eilimMes and ap painfmsnls at after 5 p m. 5TEINER CEMENT TOOL RENTALS POWER RAKES ROTOTILLERS CHAIN SAWS HEDGE TRIMMERS ETC. PARSONS HARDWARE HOLIDAY VIUAGE 377-7066 free cslimdlei. Phone 317'E7ai. Yesterday By Till: CANADIAN" PltF.SS Hcv. Allan J. McDonald, 49, former ItCAF chaplain: Hamilton Isaac 89, a liorsc-and-wagon scrap dealer who bnill his business into a million-dollar secondary icrap metal i wish to extend my sincere thanks and appreciation to my doctors, the Sisters, nurses and staff on second main for the excellent care and addition I received while a patient in SI. Michael's Hospital. Also my thanks lo Rev. King, U.C.W., friends and relatives for visils, cards, and gifts. Your Ihoughtfulncss was a great comfort. Mrs. E. Ilargreavcs. LEAKING OA5E-A1EMT5, POOLS, FTC.? GIJARArjTEG Al.l. LAF10R, f.'-ATFRIAL AND WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 3JB-C80J. REMODELLING AND REN-ovAlicni, 5ptclalirlng in kitchen and cabincli and finishing. C.ih-in-ls buill m my shop Phcne Y. OJshi, Sliding, 7363387. AND J EOUIPMr.NT RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaction rnulp-mrnl Concrclc equipment, C o r r a 1 cleaning. Phone 31B-4H5. U10 InJ Ava. S. ;