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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Zg IHE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tliur.deiy, Doiambir 17, 1970 59 MALE-FEMALE '73 BUSINESS HELP WANTED j OPPORTUNITIES l" 1IMF I SUNNY OKANAGAN V UNIT MOTEL. rART.TIME OB coffee shoo ry is kept. To love and to cherish ant: never forget. remembered bv many of them militiamen-po- Wc'dnesdav lice. i newspaper Trybuna Luda ad- left The company is sponsoring j one of three proposals to build a 1 pipeline from Prudhoe Bay in h a'' A'aska ''s existing facilities am, wcunesciay oimo ngs j y j, S the 51.5 billion project L'ld be Warren. Paf and family; i milled for the first time that Darrvl and Nan-cv. stiff pre-Christmas on to the streets and a dusk-to- in operation in 1974 provided de- velopment of oil resources in I lead Sod" price in- the three coastal cities. X17G6! creases in food, fuel and_clo-, observers said Tl.yblma i ulc Luda article indicated that all; Alberta Gas commenced busi- FUNERALS WKST Funeral service for lenry James West, beloved usband of the lat.e Mrs. Janet West who died in the city Tues- "1 "1 1 i not vet well in Gdansk. J 4 a v women model i though earner polish rep fashions at variety show k, al- iports ness Dec. 30, and now owns and operates a natural gas said "calm and order had been j gathering and transmission restored there and in the neigh- i pipeline system in Alberta of J boring port of Gdynia and the about 3.100 miles. vacation resort of Sopot. CARMANGAY The Car-, school performed three songs; three cities form an al- BRASS REEDS PERCUSSION INDIVIDUAL O R CLASS LESSONS HOURLY OR WON I HLY RATES PHONE 327-1790 C168J-32 IO5T AND FOUND LOST PHILLIPS HEARING AID. in case. Reward. Phone 3iB- .1505. 1013-17 LOST HEAVY STEEL FOUR roller dolly painted yellow. Plsase Dhone 327-573J Sneeriy Storarje snd fflrrflae Ltd C1562-19 AND CLAIMANTS j day. Dec. 15, 1970, after a long cently held a successful Variety Ryrie and Mrs. W. Geer. stretching for about 15 miles moto of the Crowsnest Pass. MUSIC. LESSONS NOTICE TO CREDITORS B.C.: ten grandchildren .ind, 93 one great-grandson: one at pm and three brothers, all >'iidav Dec 17, 1970. in the Mem-i A fashion show was a hUh-l people's group proved very ver-j totaf population of more thai Japan, lhe Wake Service will; Q a_ Nj The models for this were satile. From this group the 800.0o. be held on Friday at 7: JO F ,L 66 PERSONAL SANTA WILL VSSIT For appointment, wr Give phone nun YOUR HOWE, ie Box 96, Hsr- ber. 3B3-tfh In !he Estate ol JOHN LAWRENCE j FILGAS, lote ol Taber .in the Prov- ince of AtOerla, who died on or ibouf the 36th day at November, A.D. 1970. j TAKE NOTICE fhat alt person; hav- i Ing claims upon Hie estate of (he above I named must file with the undersianed j j by the 20th ol January. A.D. 1771, a) i full statement of their claims and curities held by them. i PRITCHARD, HIGA BORAS! Barristers and Solicitors 20? Professional Building dlh Avenue South Lettibridge, Alberta j Solicitors for the Execulrix Juliana Waru M. Filgas. raangay Aboard re- led by Mrs. D., most unbroken built-up complex al'CH woman cleared Night al the school auditorium.! The New Generation, a young j along" the Baltic with "a oi.a api _ e moes or ts were wjth Rev R E Eskdale offi- the 14 women who have com- looser Trio, Douglas on saxa- -_, i nil aic v. 11. i-.. uonuoic win- I LI1C H U'lIU lit! VC tJUlll- m the Memonal Chapel 703 13 dating Pallbearcl.s were Gor. I ,eled a sewi course mill Laurie and Cindy Street iVorth, phone .12il--'3M Hoselton. Al Pearson.! n .............u, u.. at the piano, set the scene where those who wish may pay their respects. The funeral service will follow on Saturday at p.m. in the South Alberta Japanese United Church (corner of 9th Avenue and 9th Street with Rev. W. E. Harms officiating. Guzzi, Ha! Mentanko, Peter B-ertheaune and Don Hall. Interment was in the Family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arange-menls. Mrs Cos-; at "le Piano- set tile scene with two winter-time selections. Cindy and Brenda Haines Garments from knitted and. Jane Fraser sang The government-controlled; Warsaw radio said, however, "has re- i I I.I Icalll. accompanied by Michae on tli-ums and Mrs. Hwozdecki at the piano. that life in Gdansk turned to normal." 'The population went quietly two lo work lhis All city transport is running normally. .a "Although the city council set area- was acquitted of a charge Referral service, phone AtCOHOtlCS ANONYMOUS Anyone wirti A drinking problem. Phone or 32B-3746, Bfer p.m. PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS ALBERTA FOREST SERVICE Reduce the easy Slencior Reducing Plan way. Eaf three satisfying meal's fl day. and S6.00 sizes. .Al Boyd's Pnarmacy Ltd. 3nd Westminster Drugs. O39 SINGLE ADULTS ONLY Computer dating. 'Meet compat i h 1 e in confidence fa COMMAT. Box 20412, Billings, Mont, .59103, TO TENDER SEALED TENDERS with the words "Tender for one only 20-JB Bell Helicopter Bid No. 1-71 Alberta Forest Service" marked on the envelopes will be received until a.m. Mountain Standard Time 1 5th clay of January, 1971, at the Alberts Forest Service Depot, Bov 70JO, Postal Station M, 10625-120 Avenue, Edmonton 30, Alberta, io supply the following aircraft FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DR1MKCRS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CASH OF P.O BOX 3ol, L TH-BRIDGE, ALBEP.TA. 'with operation and Maintenance personnel for forest fire passenger and freight transport in connection with Forest Protection, (20JB Bell The Minister of Lands and Forests (The Minister) reserves the right to any or all of the lenders and the !ow9si tender will not necessarily and help for you. to be In the Province of Alberta and in adjacent border areas 327-S3.J.0, Carol Jane 357-7C3i. to the 15th day of July, 1971 plus extension or renewal periods if any. Any successful bidder must obtain 67 SERVICES AND to operate for charter per- DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent Phone 323-7362. adjacent border arsaa as regard to protected bases. SOUTHERN STAMP AND Rubber stamps, corporate asals, daters, etc. Sarr.e-dsy Service- 1533 2nd Ave. S. Phone 33G-51I-J. olace in the Conference Room, Alterta Forest Service Depot, located at 10655-130 Avenue, Edmonton. Ai-beria, at p.m. M.S.T. 15th day of RENT A SINGER, ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. S6.GO for two weeks, SIO oer month. Free delivery and oichup. Phone Singer Comoany of Canada, Col-iflae Mail. 1971. Tenders must be submitted on the forms provided by ihe Minister, wtiicti maficn may be obtained from the Fire Control Dispatcher at the said Alberta Forest Service Depot. Phone J7P-5921, WAY TAG SALES and SERVICE. SER-vjcss on all makes cf washers irons, vacuum cleaners, c'c. No Job too laroc or toe small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, ?os 3rd 3J7-.W5S. 22. R G. STF.ELE DIRECTOR OF FORESTRY D7 Bishop Theron Sommerleldt of- ficiating. Pallbearers were grandsons Ronald and Robert Hulit, Phil Dickson and Rod- ney. Gordon and Tom Ross. In- terment was in the family plot in the Warner Cemetery. Chris- tensen Salmon Funeral will follow in Mountain View _____ Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd..' Directors of Funeral Service. ItOSS Funeral service tor C171.1: Robert Francis Ross, beloved husband of the late Dora Lee i Ross who died m the city Sat- JICDONA1.D Passed away i Dec- Stanley Aden, beloved husband of Mrs. Patricia Joyce McDon- ald of 1810 17 Street A South. Born, raised and educated in the Creston area, the late Mr. McDonald had been employed with Canada Packers Ltd. for over 12 years and during that time in 1955. he moved to Leth- bridgc. While here he became engaged in the life insurance field and worked at it for the past eight years until this sum- mer. While here he was very active in community affairs. He was a member of the local Elks Lodge, the Lethbridge. Playgoers Association and had t a keen interest in bowling. He was perhaps best known for his activities with the local Boy Scouts Association. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two daughters, Valerie Lee and Pamela Joyce and one son, Hugh Stanley all at home: four sisters. Mrs" K. iScolty) Doo- little. Calgary. Mrs. D. (Ber- tha) F-din. Falun. Alberta. Mrs.; revives may the love, hope j ft. (Olive) Douglas. Richmond, peace wnich js Christinas' including pants-suits, T-shirts, gored skirts, nighties and pan- ties. Articles not modelled were i er's and Silk Umbrella theu-'doors at 6 to enable people displayed in a Christmas set-' on thc accordion. I to buy food. The streets are ai- ling. Linda Akitt gave piano and i mosi ciear of rubble. Only glass NELSON, B.C. fCP) Elc- nor Pallio, 27, of the Cranbrook the opening hour for shops al 7, Johnny Church played Rang- j tradesmen voluntarily opened Piano accompaniment for the accordion selections, fashion show was by Sandra Colin Miller played two ac- Kryzanowski. The commentator cordion pieces, was Mrs. W. Nielson. The Ladies Keep-Fit Class under the direction of Vicki Knight gave a demonstration of their activities. panes in some display windows have not bee Tight security was still in ef- of manslaughter in t h e death July 1 of her husband, Istvan, 35. Mr. Justice A. B. McFarlane of the British Columbia Su- preme Court told the jury be- fore they formed Iheir verdict that a person who is "unlaw- The whole group of the New feet around Gdansk, Gdynia and j fully assaulted is justified Generation, under the direction of Mrs. Hwozdecki, with Mrs. Lee Baldwin as accompanist, concluded the program with a The tiny toU of the nursery i medley of Christmas songs. phone service had not resumed. Sopot this morning. All flights to the area on the western shore of the Bay of Danzig were sus- pended and long-distance tele- repelling force by force." Mrs. Patko had testified she was knocked unconscious by her husband before she shot him with a .22-calibre rifle. DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 NORTH-LETHBRIDGE 324 13th St. N. 328-4441 ROLLAG To my relatives and friends. I hereby extend I pe abide with you now arid through- out the new year. Anna Alcorn. ...THE PERFECT GIFT ?zzzzzzzzz 70 GARDENING TIE N D E R COR FULLY INSURED TRFF SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING. bK' PHONE 3IE-209-I. FALL CLEAN-UP ALL KINDS OF hau'etl a'.vay. Tree Inmming add odd iohs. Phony 357-2SJL If CANADA DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION B.C. and Mrs. L. (Anna) Davis, Castlegar. B.C.: three brothers, Gordon of Rossland. B.C., Bill of Wyndell. B.C. and Larry of Edmonton. The funeral service _____ j will be held at. p.m. on Friday. December IS. in the JONES A.N'D CLAY Art, McKillop United Church, with Ev. Dennis, Kenny and Elaine i Rev. Brian Jones officiating, i and Mr. Tom Clay, wish all rel-1 Interment will follow in Moun- atives and friends a very Merry i tain View Cemetery Those C h r i s I m a s and Happy New wishing to pay their respects to Year. Mr. McDonald may do so at 1126 Martin Bros. Chapel. SI2 3rd Avenue South. Phone 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd.. Directors of; Funeral Service. 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