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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIOOE HERALD Wednesday, January KHELPWMTTEI munu-raumo. WANTED GENERAL LABORER. IN PERSON. LETHBRIDOE RENDERING. Nurses required immediately (or modern, active 25-bed hpspltal in East Central Alberta. Salary and personnel policies per A.A.R.N. Residence available, at low raws. Rural hospitals present an excellent oppoiiuiiUy to develop a wide range of nursing skills. Apply to: Mrs. Willa J. Suntjens. R.N., B.Sc.. Director of Nursing, Coronation Municipal Hospital, Coronation, Alberta. 6433-8 WANTED GENERAL PLANT HELP. SHIFT WORK. PHONE 654-2116, VAUXHALL. Wanted Medical Lab technician tor doctor's office. Phone 328-Z326. Laundry repairing Experienced. Good workers. Also laundry Apply O.K. Laundry. 327-4039. AVAILABLE Expansion of departments and increasing level of services have necessitated the following additional -1. PHYSIOTHERAPIST active treatment, long term, and out-patient. 2. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST be responsible for activity program for psychiatric patients in addition to regular duties. 3. DIETARY TECHNICIAN 4. PHARMACIST time, dispenses for three institutions. salary range. 5 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY AIDE time 6 RECREATIONAL THERAPY AIDE time. All positions to be filled as soon as possible. For further information contact: PERSONNEL DIRECTOR Lethbridge General and Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home District No. 65 Lethbridge Municipal Hospital LETHBRIDGE, Alberta Phone: 327-4531 C6253-2 TELEPHONE SECRETARY REQUIRED FOR GRAVE YARD SHIFT. PHONE 328-1701, 8 A.M. to 4 P M. ONLY. MATURE EMPLOYEE FOR GENERAL DUTIES IN NURSING HOME. APPLY IN PERSON EDITH CAVELL NURSING HOME, '1255 5TH AVE' S' Time Air requires a reservation-ticketing agent-Must be prepared lor shin work. Must have telephone and typing experience. Contact 328-2331 for appointment. Bookkeeper for Cardston Agricultural Products. Knowledge of books preferred but not necessary. Write Cardston Agricultural Products, Robert Holland, Box 428, Cardston. Warehouseman Truck Driver. Apply tn person Scott National Co., 209 4th St. S. Expanding real estate company has openings for sales representatives. Msfle or female. Experience preferred but not necessary. Apply in writing giving full particulars including sales experience to P.O. Box 1146, Lethbridge. All inquiries answered. BOOKKEEPER For general ledger, payroll and allied duties. Experience on bookkeeping machines preferred. Position available now. Apply in person, Ellison's Head Office, Lethbridge. TEACHERS WANTED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1475 Invites applications 1. A Business Education Teacher Likely some? English and Mathematics for Priority Employment Program. Duties to commence January 7, 1 974. 2. A Senior High School English Teacher For the Second Semester starting January 30th, 1974. Town of Stettler Salary Schedule (1974) Minimum 6600 7500 9250 9775 10300 Maximum 10225 11575 14800 15375 16025 For further information or to submit applications, MR. B. J. STRAIN SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS BOX 1420 STETTLER, ALTA. Phone 742-3331 or 742-2860 (evenings) C6259-5 Energetic person required for rapidly growing medical supply company. Position is shipping and receiving. Excellent opportunity for advancement to sales or internal management. Apply in own handwriting stating education, experience, age and salary requirements to Box 139, Herald. SALES OPPORTUNITY Top earnings await an aggressive hard-working sales person. per week or better. Experience not essential as full training given. You will work for a progressive company in the food industry. For interview please call EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER For Beauty Shop Required In January. Guaranteed wage plus commission. Contact jorgen Maegaard, VIKING International Hairstyling MANAGEMENT TRAINEE Immediate opening for ambitious, neat, alert youthful person Interested in management career with expanding Canadian company. Salary position with liberal benefits. LAURENTIDE FINANCIAL CORP. LTD. 311 7TH ST. S. PHONE 327-5793 NURSERIES Koop Day Care Centre. Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre 328-2509. C4658-tf MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT GRAIN ELEVATOR MANAGER For Foremost elevator. Must be bon-dable and in good health. Experience preferred. Apply in person Ellison's Head Office Lethbridge ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328-2867. 4951 -tf VARIETY MEN DANCE BAND FOR HIRE FOR WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE LEN ERLENDSON 327-6817 6083-tf PERSONAL Control and Information Centre. 542 7th St S. Phone 328-0196. C3125-H 67 RESTAURANT. Help required for waiting on tables. Experience preferred. Apply Top's Pizza and Spaghetti House. your basic rights been infringed? We are concerned. Phone 328-3856. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ALBERTA HUMAN RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES ASSOCIATION. 3144-tf Waitresses and waiters required at Golden Bridge Restaurant. Apply In person to Henry Yee. Phone 328-2525. ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem, phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after p.m. MOTEL CLEANING STAFF. GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL. PHONE 327-4576. wanted. Experience not necessary, will train. Part or full time. Swing shifts. Apply Mrs. Shaw, El Rancho Motor Hotel. good looking 30 year old gentleman good job, new' home, good reputation would like to meet sincere single or divorced woman 25 to 35 years old. Please reply to Box 136, Herald. 6290-3 Experienced Apply in person to Majorette Restaurant. (We are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p m., closed on Sundays and OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 327-6292; JEAN 327-8340 68 Babysitter wanted to come in 11th St. S. 327-1000, after 6 p.m. SERVICES AND REPAIRS Require babysitter five days a week for one pre-schooler, in Ashgrove area. Phone 327-7736 Vacuum Sales and Service Kirby Company of Lethbridge 328-8962. C37S1-W 71 TEACHERS TAPING SPRAYING CEILINGS REPAIR WORK. PHONE 328-7362. 2943-tf COUNTY OF VULCAN Requires a teacher for half days in the Mossieigh School. Should have some early childhood training. Forward complete resume to: Superintendent ol Schools Box 180 Vulcan, Alberta Stamp and Stencil Rubber stamps; corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd S. PHONE 328-5114. C6924-H Sales and Service. Services on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc No job too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3RD AVE. S. -Phone 327-4456. C7353-tf Fryers alto custom work. H. Dyck. Phone 345-3224. C2587-H Winter work special. Trees and hedges trimmed. Trees removed for toss. Phone 327-2641. C5837-tf McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates. Pruning, trimming and telling. Call 328-2094, 327- 1323. 7030-tf SfPtH'ANOSUPPUES Siberian Husky, purebred Phone York Hotel. Room 6. 6347-4 English Setter with papers. Phone 327-6545 after 6 p.m. 6436-15 To give away two year old female German Shepherd. Purebred. 642- 3814, Warner. 6400-7 Two purebred English Setters for sale. Phone 327-6545, after 6 p.m. 6309-4 Boarding heated individual indoor-outdoor run, personalized attention. Southalta Kennels. Barnwell. Phone 223-413C. I C6091-19J M DU8HIESS OPPORTUNITIES SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS EN-' terprise in natural splendor of Kootenays. gracious living with ex- cellent returns. Hardware, appliances and furniture with large modern store and housa. Tremendous opportunity. Mayflower Service, Siocan Park, B.C. 8291-3 ROYAL TRUST 323 7 ST. S. Phone 328-7761 Multiple Listing Service COFFEE SHOP In shopping centre, good north side location, ample parking, showing good return on investment. Would make ideal family business. Call VIC KAUTZ 329-0793. EXCLUSIVE. C6043-tf 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. C5216-tf MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South. 328-3251. C7769-tf SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. College Mall, phone 328-3331, Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches, city or town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C6303-5 90 CONTRACTS Economy painting and decorating. Very neat, very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf Phone Doug's Rototilling For snow removal, sidewalks and driveways 327-1227. 6401-29J Painters. Qualified work guaranteed. Free estimates. Phone 328-6911. 7169-tf Fred Steiner cement work, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327- 8286. C3661-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. C1936-tf Garage building, cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682.___________ C7377-tf Fences repaired, 'built Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios, etc. Hauling Jim 2480A-tf PUBLIC NOTICES 'NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1974 TOWN OF MILK RIVER PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll of the said municipality, made under the provisions of the assessment act, has been prepared and will for thirty (30) dys, be open to inspection at the of- fice of the secretary-treasurer of the municipality during business hours and that any person who desires to object to the entry of his name or that of any other person upon the said roll or to the assessed value placed upon any property must, within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, lodge his in writing with the secretary-treasurer of the municipality. Dated this 31st day of December 1973. George H. Roberts Secretary-Treasurer J6 NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE BANKRUPTCY OF D. MILLER CONSTRUCTION LTD. Operating as D Miller Construction Ltd., Miller Mobile Mix Ltd. and Miller Manufactured Homes Ltd. Notice is hereby given that D. Miller Construction Ltd. operating as D. Miller Construction Ltd., Miller Mobile Mix Ltd. and Miller Manufac- tured Homes Ltd, of the town of Pincher Creek. Province of Alberta, flleil an assignment on the 21st day of December, 1973 and that the first meeting of creditors will be held on the 10th day of January 1974 at the hour of 1 -30 o'clock in the afternoon, at the office of R. W. Fenniak, Official Receiver at 1008 7 Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta Dated this 21st day of December. 1973 at Calgary, Alberta B. L. Hudson, Trustee 775, 610-8 Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta J3 TRUDY "The coffee tasted great. All I said was the green color." I didn't like PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1974 TOWN OF RAYMOND PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll of the said municipality, made under the provisions of the Assessment Act, has been prepared and will, for thirty (30) days, be open to inspection at the office of the secretary-treasurer of the municipality during business hours, and that any person who desires to object to the entry of his name or that of any other person upon the said roll or to the assessed value placed upon any property must, within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, lodge his com- in writing with the secretary- treasurer of the municipality Dated this 31st day of December 1973. V. Gilchnst, Secretary-Treasurer J5 I_____r INVITATION TO TENDER CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PRESSURE SUSTAINING VALVE CHAMBER Sealed tenders marked "Tender for City of Lethbridge, Pressure Sustaining Valve Chamber" will be received at the office of the Purchas- ing Agent, Purchasing and Stores Department, 280 -6th Street North, Lethbridge, Alberta up to p.m. MST, January 16, 1974. The work involves construction of an underground concrete valve chamber and installation of piping, fittings and valves. Tender documents may exam- ined at the office of the Purchasing Agent, Purchasing and Stores Depart- ment. City of Lethbridge, Lethbridge. Alberta and at the office of Associated engineering Services Ltd., No. 101, Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alber- ta, on or after January 2, 1974 and will be available to bona fide tenderers upon deposit of Tenders must be accompanied by the specified Bid 8ond payable to the City of Lethbridge. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Mr. W. Ponech, Purchasing Agent. Purchasing and Stores Department, City of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta Associated Engineering Services Ltd., No. 101, 709 8th Avenue S.W Calgary, Alberta. Five die at 'dangerous' crossing OWEN, Wis. (AP) Bar; bara Laube had considered the railway crossing near her rural home hazardous enough to warrant a campaign for automatic warning signals. The 17-year-old girl was driving home from church Tuesday with her younger brother and three sisters when her car was struck by a freight train at the crossing. Ann, 10, and Joanne, 7, were killed. Barbara, 12-year-old Mary Kay and 15-year-old Dale were injured. Authorities said Barbara worked last summer on a 4-H Club project to get automatic signals installed at the cross- ing. They were not put in. HONOR SPACEMEN MOSCOW (Reuter) Cosmonauts Maj. Pyotr Klimuk and Dr. Valentin Lebedev were made Heroes of the Soviet Union Saturday, by an official Kremlin decree. The two returned to earth Dec. 27 after eight days in earth orbit aboard the Soyuz- 13 spacecraft. FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LIFE ON OTHER MOONS Part A, OP CORNELL SCIENTISTS UNDER RECENTl.V IVf TITAvN. TMF OP NIMP 'I I Mil FS. IN I BODY I 111C IS SMA.I I. A.MOUN rs or- INTO i AM DiSCOVf-P.f O NPW FVIOFNCE A.BOU I COMHi I iCWX ON ii i M i, i iv i MC r II (Or 11V 11 -2.P, CM HAxM C.1 1-D. {John Connors still lives at firehall MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) John Conners was a 10-year- old orphan when a firehouse crew adopted him in 1904. Firemen are still taking care of him. "John has been loved and cared for faithfully by Mem- phis firemen" through the years, says Deputy Fire Chief Woody Vincent. As old stations were re- placed with new ones, Con- ners moved along with the firemen. Vincent said Conners was a confused boy when he first drifted into a downtown fire station. "He slept under the hose rack, helped with horses and took occasional handouts of food and Vincent said. "We believe his father may have been a railroad man who was .killed when a switch engine overturned on him. We don't know what happened to his mother." Conners has never been able to shed much light on the questions. "He can talk some, but you have to be around him before you learn to understand what he is Vincent said. "His mind is that of "Our men love said Vincent. "Every morn- ing, 'they bathe him, shave him and dress him. And John loves the fire department more than anything in the world and I think it would kill him not to be able to live in a fire station." Mishaps trouble police EDMONTON (CP) City police are concerned about the 51 persons who died in traffic accidents in the city last year, 11 more traffic deaths than recorded in 1972, Insp. J. J. Love said Tuesday. He said the police depart- ment is trying to find out the cause of the accidents to cut down the carnage. "There is really no pattern to fatal accidents, any proper- ty damage accident could be an injury accident and an in- jury accident can lead to he said. He said speed was not a ma- jor cause although a con- tributing factor. However, Insp. Love said that to the end of November, alcohol was linked in some way With 35 per cent of the deaths. He said drinking was not only a problem among drivers, but also among pedestrians. He said the province wide total of traffic 'fatalities for 1973 had not been completed, but at the end of November ,462 persons had been killed in traffic accidents, seven more than the total of 455 for 1972. There were at least 19 traf- fic fatalities in Alberta-during December, he added. CLASH KILLS It LADYSMITH, South Africa Reuter) Nineteen Africans were killed and five others in- jured in a tribal clash involv- ing 600 men near this western Natal town, police said Thur- sday. Knives and battle axes were used in the fight Wednes- day after a long fewd between two local tribes. Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS MURPHY Passed'away at Hanna on Wednesday. January 2, 1974, Lucille of Taber, at the age of 63 years, beloved wife of Mr. William Murphy of Taber. Funeral service arrangements will be announced when completed. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME, Taber, in charge. C6331 WUOTILA Passed away suddenly in the city on Mon- day, December Mr. Andrew Einard (Andy) Wuotila at the age of 72 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Gladys Wuotila of 418 15th Street South, Lethbridge. Born in Duluth, Minnesota, the late Mr. Wuotila moved to the Aden District in 1912 with his parents, farming, trucking and ranching there, until 1947 when he moved to Lethbridge, where he retired four years later. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by three sons, Nelson, Fred, and Larry Wuotila all of Calgary; three daughters, Mrs. Lois Lismore of Richmond B.C., Mrs. Rosemary Paquette of Calgary, Mrs. Joyce Kucheran of Lethbridge; 10 grandchildren; one brother, Charles Wuotila of Medicine Hat. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, January at a.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North, with Bishop Ruelon Selk officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may' donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, Mrs. M. N. Wray, 1705 15th Street South; Lethbridge, Alberta. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C6334 ROULEAU Passed away in Edmonton on Monday, December 31, 1973, Lucie Rouleau, aged 74 years of Pincher Creek. Born in St. Jacques, New Brunswick, where she was raised and married Remi Rouleau in 1915. They moved to Pincher Creek in 1926, where they resided until retiring to Los Angeles in 1957. In 1968 they returned to Pincher Creek to make their home. She was a life member of the CWL. Mr. Rouleau predeceased her in 1972. She is survived by five sons, Valmont, Montebello, California, Gerald, Fulerton, California, Claude, Chino, California, Charles of Calgary, and Edmond of Richmond, Ontario; four daughters, Mrs. D, (Aline) Pellitier of Pincher Creek, Mrs. A. (Therese) Harrison of Edmonton, Mrs. R. (Lorraine) Aquin, of Vimy, and Mrs. J. (Lucille) Foley of Chino, California; 29 grandchildren; four great- grandchildren; one brother. The funeral service will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Friday at a.m., Rev. M. Hagel of- ficiating. Interment in Fair- view Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers, in Eden's Funeral Home, Thursday at p.m. Friends who wish may donate to the St. Vincent's Hospital Auxiliary Fund. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C6327 HASLAM Eliza, passed away in Cardston on Monday, December 31st, 1973 at the age of "96 years, beloved wife of the late Samuel R. Haslam who predeceased her 42 years ago. Mrs. Haslam was born in Wellsville, Utah and came to Canada as a young girl. She was married in Cardston in 1898 to Samuel R. Haslam and they lived in the Leavitt dis- trict for many years, before she moved into Cardston. She, mourn her passing five daughters, Mrs. Owen (Pearl) Redford of Leavitt, Mrs. LeRoy (Ella) Wilson of Cardston, Mrs. Ronald (Emily) Leavitt of Leavitt, Mrs. Alfred (Mamie) Ray of Red Deer and Mrs. Chester (Elda) Wright of Moses Lake, Wash.; four sons, Evan of Cardston, Bob of Lethbridge, Harold of Leavitt and Hyrum of Red Deer; 71 grandchildren, 103 great grandchildren and 17 great great grandchildren. was predeceased by one son Charles overseas in the Se- cond World War. Funeral ser- vices on Thursday, January 3 at p.m. in the Leavitt L.D.S. Chapel, with the Cardston First Ward Bishopric officiating. Inter- ment to follow in Leavitt Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon until prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the Church. SALMON FUNERAL HOME, Omtrton, Directors of Funeral Service. ____ cm v DEATHS BARTHEL Passed away suddenly in Calgary Tuesday January 1. 1974, Mrs. Betsy Barthel at the age of 40 years, beloved wife of Mr. Jerry Barthel of the Rollag Sub- division, Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when, completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C6332 MCDONALD Passed away in the city on. Wednesday, January 1974, Mrs. Dori? Evelyn McDonald at the age of 60 years, beloved wife of Mr. George McDonald of 1907 14th Avenue South, Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C6335 BARCA Passed away at Taber on Sunday, December Mike of Taber at the age of 82 years. Funeral ser- vices will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church in Taber on Thursday, January 3rd at 2 p.m., with Rev. Father Don O'Dwyer officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME, Taber, in charge of arrangements. C632S CHAMBERS Passed away in the city on Sunday, December 30, 1973, following a brief illness, Mrs. Bessie Chambers, of the Devon Nurs- ing Home, beloved wife of the late John Oscar Chambers. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, January 3, 1974, at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North, with Mr. James Chapman of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Warner Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined, those who wish may donate to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C6333 VAN SLUYS Passed away on Monday, December 31, 1973, StoffelinaAVan Sluys, aged 75 years, beloved wife of Dennis Van Sluys of Fort Macleod. Born in s'Heerenhoek, Holland, where she was raised and married Dennis Van Sluys. They resid- ed there until moving to Vlissingen, Holland in 1939. In 1951 they moved to Coalhurst, Alberta and in 1956 bought a farm north of Fort Macleod, where they have resided until her death. Besides her bus- band she is survived by three sons, John and Andy of Fort Macleod, Peter of Lethbridge; three daughters, Mrs. M. (Janny) Indenbosch, Mrs. A. (Nellie) deKok, Mrs. J. (Matty) Vanee all of Fort Macleod; 28 grandchildren, one great-grandchild; one sister in Holland. The funeral service will be held at the First Netherlands Reformed Congregation, on Thursday at 2 p.m., Rev. R. Heerschap of- ficiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Blunt's Nursing Home Organ Fund. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C6328 EMMELKAMP Passed away on Monday, December 31, 1973, John Emmelkamp, aged 74 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Stiena Emmelkamp of Nobleford. Born in Michigan he came west with his family to Fort Macleod in 1903. He married Stiena Schiebout in Fort Macleod in 1921. They farmed north of Fort Macleod and later took over the family homestead in 1937, which he farmed until 1951. They resid- ed in the Fort Macleod area until moving to Nobleford in November, 1973. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, Herman of Fort Macleod and Gerritt'of Coaldale; two daughters, Mrs. A. (Joan) Zoeteman, of Pearce and Mrs. H. (Dorothy) Visser, of Nobleford; 10 grandchildren; two brothers and one sister. The funeral service will be held in the Monarch Reformed Church, Friday at p.m., Rev. J. Moertnm offteMtinf.Inter- rntnt in Monarch NuUefoiil cemetery. FnOTfli WHO WISH may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, FortPtar- macy. Funeral aiiaiiMinents by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. DEATH ROBBIE Robert William, passed, away suddenly on Saturday, December 29th, 1973 at the age of 18 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Robbie of Vulcan. He was born in Vulcan on March 5th, 1955 and received his education in the schools of Vulcan and he graduated from the Vulcan .Central "High School last June. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving parents, his fiance, Miss Peggy Blue; a brother Donald of Ahwaz, Iran, and a sister Heather of Vulcan. The family requests that'in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Vulcan-United Church or Kirkaldy Communi- ty Club. The Funeral Service will be held Saturday, January 5 at p.m., Vulcan United Church, with Rev. Bill Julian officiating. Interment Vulcan Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice. CARDS OF THANKS NELSON Season's Greetings to all our 'relatives and friends. and Mrs. C. E. Nelson 6443 SNOWDEN Many thanks to my relatives, friends and neighbors, for the flowers, gifts, cards and visits while a patient in St. Hospital. Also to my doctors, and to the nurses on Second Floor East. Snowden 6440-3 MADILL I wish to ex- press sincere thanks to the hospitaV staff of Municipal Hospital for the care I receiv- ed while there, also thank you to the doctors and to my friends and relatives "for all the flowers, cards and, visits. They all helped to make my stay in the hospital more pleasant. Madill i 6439 Bing in hospital BURLINGAME, Calif. (AP) Singer Bing Crosby is making a satisfactory from pleurisy at Peninsula Hospital, a hospital spokesman says. "We don't know when he'll be nursing super- visor Rawnie Gordon said Tuesday. "Of course everybody's hoping it'll be by when the 33rd an- nual Bing Crosby National Pro-Am Golf Championship opens in Pebble Beach. Crosby, 69, was admitted to the hospital Monday after de-> veloping back and chest pains that were diagnosed as pleur- isy, an inflammation of the lung membranes. THE AIM of this energetic demonstration is to recre- ate a bit of Japan's cohirfvl past. A rider gives an arch- ery demonstration flttriHR observances at Tokyo's Mriji Shrine. dressed in traditional robes, were descendants of samurai warriors and medieval lords. ;