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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 IETH8RIDGE HESAin rrltlnv 11, 1972 59 rAAlE FENVUE 61 TEArHERS WANTED WANTED FINCHES CREEK ST MICHAEL'S R C S.O. NO. 13 TRUDY CAREERS IM REAL ESTATE 65 IOST AND FOUND SYSTEM ANALYSIS'd of Ccchrane. Albe-- U; granddaughter: one sister, Mr.5. Jolaine Dickout and or-e brother. Mr. Gordon Scrog- i gie. Ixjth of Lelhbridge. She i in predeceased by one daughter j De- arid one son. The fur.eral sc-r-: Herman vice 'rill he held on Saturday C rlson, 86 years, o f at 1 p.m. in St. Augustine's An- ncher Creek. The funeral ser- plican with R. L. I BRENNEN Mary Jose- phine, passed in Vanuuu- .._. _ _.. ver on Monday. man Hillmer, v.'h.-) passed away 25th, at the age ol 69 December K, 1S62. years, lieloved wife of Mr. John i R. Brennen of 802 19 St. South. Requiem Mass uill be sajd in the Assumption Church on Saturday. Decembei 30th at 10 a.m.. with fat! er i S. R. O'Laughlin as celebrant. Interment v.ill in ti.e Mount Calvary Cemetery.? Prayers uiH be said in the Death cannot sever the ties that bind. Our souls through mortal yeiirs. They forever. remembered by hu Chryscal. 4831 :S u r'.' "ca1 TO U neral "on'lce- f.iZ7 S'.. Ol1 f al P'm', 'rs to L.'0' s. 6 C" CARDS OF THANKS MC'HOIJi in loving memory a fattier and grand- atriur. Alfred Nichols, v.'no if.--fi 6'.iay Di-ctmhtr 'fi- 1971. To h-ar voice, to see your sinilc. to sit and talk vou a while. To be together in the same way. would be out dries', v.-i-'n today. ar.d sad- ly missed by Dally, Ruth, Ted i-nd families. LVON We wish to exprtr- vice win be held in Eden's Fu- Crisfielri officiating. Interment ojr sincere thanks to aii th foliov.' in Arciimount men who us t neral Home. Pincher Creek or. turday at p.m.. Rev. R. morial Gardens. Friends may 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL Requires PHARMACY NOTiCE OF PREPASATION Or ASSESSMENT ROLL 1973 S hmidtke officiating Inter- pav their at Martin m e n t. F a i r v i e v. Cemetery'. Eros. TRADITIONAI, CHAPEL. P'rier.ds '.vho miv donate to the Trinity Lutheran Church Bmlding Fund, care of Ken tens. Fune-ai aiTangementi i- EDEX'S FLA'FRAL HOME LTD.. Pincher Creek W307 move to the on December 17th. and to Lena Hasulak. fM 3rd Avenue S.. phor.e 328-1 Lois and V.'er.dy 2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Di- Earons. Aibcna. rectors Funeral Service. C6303 _____ OL'D.MAN We wish to ex- KA.SNER Reinhold. pa.ssc-fj i Pre5s WJr sincere appreciation a-.vay in the city on Wednesday, I our anrf the matrons 74 LOANS TO BUY INVESTMENTS December 27th. 1972 at the age "ntl staff of the Devon Nursin ;of 83 years, beloved husband of r Hrjme ttelr care ind the late Mrs. Al'.ina Kasner of CoL-ldale. Mr. was born M the L'.S.S.R. on the 15th day of September 1883: moved to [tendon during Mrs. Oudman's stay: also to everyone '.v'no ;o kir.d ar.d thoughtful during our bereavement Jacob Oudman fa ,67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS WAGE li Y- Personnel 327. c L MORTGAGE MONEY 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 IN MEMORIAMS 61 TEACHERS i" County CT iO Mile No. 3 j TEACHES.tIBRARIAN I tz Aaen ;1972. Ltd. ies PREPARATION O! ASSESSMENT ROLt 1973 T r s Paised awav uddenly in the city on Wednes- day, December 27, 1972. Mr. Emil Arvid Dan- ielson at 'he age of years, be- the U.S.A. in 1603 settling loved husband of Portland. Oregon in 1005. Mrs. Dan-ieL-on of he married- Aivina Ne'n- N. Mayor Magrath Drive, Born Md was ir the Dairy Busi- i the late Mr. Dar.ielscjn Later he moved Ne- as raised and educated in Cal- braska. where he farmed until gary. He moved to Stavely in movins to Coaldale in 1930. CARPENTER In I 1 "32. where he was self- v.-here he (armed both there I memory of a dear father, grand-; employed a.s a Cabinet Maker, and in the Edmonton District i father and returning to Calgary in in until retinns some 14 vears Carpenter, who passed Lethbridje ago He was a o'f the "'ay. December a, itTi. Seven Day Adventiit Church. remembered by Ed, He leaves to mourn his passing and Joel, seven vjns, Emil and Robert of V.'isconsin. Arthur of Thorsby and John of Coa'.dale. IIIl.LMKlt In loving mem- ory of my dearest husband, father and grandfather. Herman Hillmer. v.'ho passed av.'ay De- personal thank you cc-rnhtr 23. Somewhere back of the sunset V-'hc-re loveliness never dies, He lives in the land of glory, Beneath the blue and the sold o! the skits And we have loved arid lost him. Whose passing has filled us with sadness and tears. Will cherish his memory alv.ays to brighten passing years remembered by his wife Maude, sons and rtau'htw and grandchildren 261J t-rf he moved ar.d has been associated v.ith na Reil Estate business UTitil his passing. Ke se with the R.C.A.F. during Sec- ond War and was 75 CONTRACTS -f C. R. Eiie cf iO Mile Mo. I 70 GARDENING member of the U.-thhridge Elks Clarence and Herman of Leth- Club. the Kiwanis fcridse; three daughters, Mrs. Club the Masonic Uxlge. Odena of Ke'lowna, B.C., 1 Besides his loving wife he is Mrs. Hilda Rozzolini of Letii- ur.-ivefl by one son Richard, bridge and Mrs. Ardella (Ric-k) of two randsons. snd one brother, !r. .Jack of Stavely. The funeral service will he held el of Coalfele; ffi rlren anrl numerous great- grandchildren Funeral ser- v.m be held in the Chri.5- n Saturday st 3 p.m. in Ma'- tensen Chapel '327 W St. South; in Eros. T R A D I T IO.VAL or, Tuesday, January 2nd at 2 Pastor CHAPEL. 3 Avenue S.: phone with Rev. Blakc- officiating. Crema- tion will follow. Flowers grate- .fullv declined. BROS LTD A rthur p.m... v.ith Hands offidating. Interment follow ir, the Arcnmount Memorial Gardens. CHRIS- 'TKNSE.V SALMON Directors of the Funeral HOME LTD.. Directors of Fa- OBM neral Service. STRO.VSKI In mem- or.' of a dear husoarxi. father ar.d grandfather, A n t h o n y Stronski, who away De- cember 29. 1967. Like falling leaves the years pass by But love and memories never die Ever remembered bv !Aife Mary; Bill arrf family ar.d Helen and family. 4rM nil.LETTS In loring mein- or.' of a dear husband, father and grandfather. William, who pas-sed a way December 59, Each year the lea'.'es may wither. Each evening the sun may But the hearts that loved and lost you. Are the hearts that will never forget. In quiet we h've agais the years that used to be. .So rich in kindness. love acd care. How dear were to us. remembered by his wife Edna, children Jesn- ette ar.d Joe and grand- children. Billy, Susie, Elbe and Aaron. 4903 PUBLIC NOTICE 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Special Education Teacher Required PUBLIC NOTICE I 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUBLIC NOTICES CfTY OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE OF PREPARATION Of ASSESSMENT ROLL 1973 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Pain befr lender N.J. fAPi F'ai founder and president if a m tii in top- right organization, died in hos- pitaf hern. H II r In ed YELLOWKNIFE O; REPARATION ASSESSMENT ROIL THE WIND-UP VEHICLE Part 4 FRONTIERS Of SCIENCE ;