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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2S TWE LETHBSIDGE HERALD Wedn.idoy Jenuory 10. K73 56 FARM HELP WANTED 58 MALE HELP WANTED TRUDY .ej- r.-.-r :.i :j E.M 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED 59 MALE FEMALE WANTED ls, -iinerct JLjcaths, jfj Of tjLnL, Sn Jtt. emonams BIRTH DEATH FUNERALS i IN MEMORIAM PRATT Mr. and Mrs. BF.STER Passed away on Gregg Pratt of Calgary wish to Tuesday. January 9. 1973, Mary announce the birth of a son. Edith Hosier, aged 78 years. o[ Christopher James January Fart Macleed. Funeral arrange- 5. 1973. Happy grandparents ere niejits Mill be announced when Dick snd Clarice O'Brien and completed by EDEN'S FVNER- Jim and Pratt. AL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. KS6 C6517 DEATHS FUNERALS "if you can tear yourself away from that program for 66 PERSONAL 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ,-c 5-Vsc-- '7 se 174 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS ;.-__; iv'i-.'l MORTGAGE MONEY n.i---ir. Si.ES iV2 S 5. S 5 PcrrrErs-Msrchenls Trust rCR 70 GARDENING SMITH-Clarenee B.. of Ray. j McCOI.L Funeral service mend, passed away Tuesday. ,-or jirj Merle at Provo. Vtah j beloved wife of the late Mr' tne age oi SO years, beloved Duncan McCol! who died Ln the HL.IJIQ o Rae Smith of Tnursday Dec 2! 1972 C a r d s t o n. Funeral arrange-; al Vear5 ,V2S 'meats will be anr.oim.-ed when a, Saturday in the completed. CHRIS TENSEN First Baalist Church with Rev. SALMON FUNERAL HOME K Churchill officiating Pall- LTD Directors of Funeral Ser- Carers were BiU Domeler. Jim Smith, Ralph Thrall. Jr.. Les Castles ar.d" Bill Skeltm Ln'.er- riit was in the family plot Mountain View Cetnete-- age years of Pmcher Creek, Director; o-' passed awsy Friday. January FuMraI Sen-Ice, was in chaise com :n Canary Sep- the temper 1595. reside-a most "as; '0 years has been Pinc'her F-jrr-V: "serv-res cordured by Kev. V. Kase! were held to- V.'edrssday. January- !0. 1973 a: ir Eden's Fiireral Chape" P i n c h e r Creei Cera- by Ecej'F Fureril Hoir.e Pii cii-2- Creek.. MORRIS Funeral service for Mr. Herbert Morris, beloved husband of the laie Mrs. Annie Morris wlio died at Kelowna. B.C.. Jan. 3. 1973. at ihe age of SB years, was held at a.m. Saturday in Mar- tin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S.. with interment Mlowfhg in tlie family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. HARVIE Funeral sen-Ice for Robert Harvie. beloved hus- band pf Mrs. Katherine Han'ie of Picture Butte who died sud- denly at Picture Buttc Sunday. Dec. 24. 1972. at the age of M years, was held at 3 p.m. Fri- day. Dec. 29. 1972, in the Fir-; I'niied Church '.vitn Ken Jordan Interment v. as in the Mountain View Cemetery-. Manir Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Venice, was in charge of the arrange- ments. RE1MER In loving mem- ory of a dear mother, Maria Reimer, who passed away Jan- uary 10, 1972. She gave us love in fullest measure. Care, devotion, memories (o treasure. She shared our hopes, Joys and tears. God bless you Mother, for those precious years Your life was unselfish, [or others you lived. No; for what you received, but for what you could give. God. take a message to our dear Mother above Teli her we miss her and give her our love. Reirner family 5272 EATON S REQUIRES --.r ii'ii-' 75 CONTRACTS 61 TEACHERS WANTED 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES N-V: -_.V_ al_ TH' WANTED 72 FETS AND SUPPLIES YELLOWKNIFE 53 MALE HELP WANTED 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ?arj-dav. ,'ar- li-iry 6. Mrs. Arna Maria years :o Ave.'x.E Cai- gar.-. Mrs. D-eLuca is >-_-.ived r.icardo azd Saliatore. Vic- toria. B.C Fe'jre. Vartc-xver. ter? ?.f-s. ard Mrs. C. B. Elehora Wil- sor. Calgary. Wiiliara Rose G r a h a n. Stettler. .Alia.; grardcail'drea; 17 sreat srrar.dchildrer.. Ser-.ices THE C-.'JIDEN CK.VPEL Ave. N Wpclr.esGay. toifav i'.-'1 r Joseph's Ce-e-tery. L- lieu of f.twers. if desire-1 Hcsniital or the Hear: a.vay Me-aiciro Hat. Survived by three sisters. Mrs. Viole: BuU MeciC-ne. Hat, J e a r Stanley cf Los Ar.geies ard Elizabeth Kr.oi ci L.s Pontorclo. beloved wife cf Mr. Ernes; William Pc-ntarolo of Coaihurst who died Ln the city Thursday. Dec. 2S. 1P7_. after a long illness a: the age of 39 years, was held at 1 p.m Satur- day in St. Anstk'can Tnurch with Rev. R L.'Cris- field officiating. Pallbearers Dave Ferg-Lisor.. Ernie Shaw, Siaa Giiiie. Genriain Soeaea. Sam Masr.eyx and Joe Skniv.-a. was in Archrnovmt Memorial Gardens. Martin Eros. Ltd.. Directors of Funeral service for Mr. Paui Nayha. belcvec brother of >ts. Mar> Laht; c-t Pincher Creek wl-T died at Cal- vary Jan. 4. orlal Chare'. 7'lo 1'th St X. pallr-earers were Sued. Alei Ralph Lehto, Jacooson. Henry Niir-jni and John Heirorer. Interraert as in Mountain View Ce-c- tery. Mar-Lin Bros. Ltd Direc- tors of Funeral Sen-ice, in charge o; the BELL Funeral service for Alan BeLl. belcved hus- bard of >ts Bell of JXh A-.e S. -vbo died in after a fcrief at the M years. held at 3 p in Ur-ted ----I. SPARHAM Funeral ser- vice for Miss Ella Bemice Sparham. who diod in the city Saturday. Pec. 23. was held at 1 p.m. Thursday in Mar- til Bros. Memorial Chapel with Rev. R L. Crisfield officiati.ig. Pallbearers were Bob Mulhol- larxJ. Earl Hemsworth. Joe Lim- acher. George Deck. Bill Mey- ers arxl Chuck Klein. L'lterment in the family plot in Moun- tain Vic-.-.- Cemrtery. Martin Bros. Ltd.. Director? of Funer- al Service, -.vas in charge of the WATSON Fureral I'D- Jo-sepr. John 'Joe Watson, beloved husbarxi of >L-s. Mary Ara Elizabeth Watsaa oi Pic- ture who died in the city Friday. Jar 5. IP73. after a; lo-g LMr.ess at the age of S3 years. a5 held a: i p.m. dav Ln Ch-jrch with Rev. R. L.'Cr-s- fif'd Pal'Sr-arers -rere Chris ar.d Joe Watson. Herman Wjner. Wiliard Rob- Bob Rainbow snd Jim Murrav. Honeirar--- pailbearers --ere Be.- MadiU. R. S. O'Brien. Pr. J.ihn Karl Keecler. Doug Ikeda and J. Murray. In- terzien: was L-, the family plo; ir. Cezetery. Bros o: F-areral vs-as Ln charge of the Rioting causes concern BELFAST (APi An In- crease in rioting in Northern Ireland is causing concern to security forces. While army and police chiefs have been encouraged by a re- cent decline in attacks by guer- rillas of the Irish Republksn Arrr.y. they are reported worry- ing about a incidence oi rioting by Pfo'.esiacts and streets. A? tie IRA eo; is ruer- Ronian Northern Lre'.and's troubles began in with widespread ar-c Ln the rilia gear, shooting arxi bor: bins gradually pushed PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE "-s 5 2 r T-eooore's H. S Prov.-se. W. Lo- rar: C-.irc.ri. Taber. p.. Dr. G. S. ---ii: -_-. Taber j-j p- F. J. McLean s .-L.Nr.rLii. Service, was L-. charze Hat. 3SS -re i TENDERS 65 LOST AND FOUND ROYAL TRUST Phone ExcELLEN; Britain. >vria Vr'--- move MANTLZR VIZF.K Fassai a-.-y i- for M-S. be- Mechtine Kal cr Tjesdsy of :he la'.c Henry Jan-jar.- 9. :J73. Mrs. CIK al Coaldale cf 7? Dec 14. a c: irtelovec "lie of lor; iliress a' :'-e are o- o. ir ire Ha-_zan of Foremost -ere S-tar v.-tll cele- a.-c p.iillip and ii-atr-d or Sa-jrday a: 1 :z :-i. Imerner.i -vai ir. ir.e CARDS OF THANKS 1MERCHANT farily ci :r.e laie Merchar.: wople for tr-e fo-.v- ers. Cirds. of fo-od e ;o -j-jarik the clergy We rope rrecial oi oar loved olher ar.rl -emai- ir o-.r hears and her irienus 3 L' arii -par--'v KANGAS The of ihe li'-e Car. Ssngai :o hjL-c. father ar; anafaiber :o :he r-allbearers. ir.e Br.OE. r-ar'-ici- However, several minor riots have taken place in Belfast sires In Loadoo- Ireland's sec- c.-d ciry wrsch has beea largely sL-.M [as; suiainer. the is reverting :o i's old r.crm MISSILES DOVT WORK So far the Army has ary serio'Js trouble. bu; officers rf por; the new ars are resisant tn LS? :roops' conve-'Jonai aru-rlot r.-eapor. rj'D-ber ballet. cornered by a c.-ov.d K j-.i yoir.hs hurling rxis ar.a in LoadtE- cer-.-'s Cregfan last Frirliy were ' IP defend ihe sis-Lnch solid rubber niissiies. Tne CTO-.VC dispersed, array said, only -oe com- a e ro'jr.d over l-.-eacs Rival ard Catholic yo'j'.h ELM have been ar. lerjdency -o eacr irJorma-.'-s said. Or.e arrry officer in a cl'jb desip.ed :o brj-.g >o_-j px-.rle c: r_ues said: "They v.-c-ii :able :er.ra? hapriy go ou: a-d :he club Mail thiefs sentence impended 66 PERSONAL MANAGERS REQUIRED FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE M.A pnrn. MYSTERIES OF THE SUN Part 3 o; R.TSO- of our dear father ar.d tcoav eiected :o be 'cr'a'hVri'tKi' Rev A r'rr.'. in .c- DCficiaunir PalL "is lx Jin' Church. Ir.tor-on Carers were 1-orrest Ea.cer; ore sr.ew "______________ ori Church. Ir.torrr.ori I.TI. r.i ore sr.ew Moirrtain V.i--.v u--- ar.d Harnl-i Now.i.i ar.d Ken ..._. -e. TTUDI- liITiONAL riUPHL. 3rd wro :v Dies at 170 c.iro of him Lord .'is h-: talies his ACCRA tlhana AP1 For or. this r.irth was ore Iviio. to ho j of the best >oar old vi-'erar. of slave- by hi? wife trade in norths e s: in 'ho M.i_-r.vh irtta'. jrn Boh. 'd.v.icrters. O.-ar.a. at Wa. J.'1 rulos Ltd.. Ir.rec-.or< Charole'.to and Madeline iron-, here, lie is fj.-v.ved by ot Furxiral Service. u.v- ir. nnd thfir ftuniiics. 50 children ar.d 150 (rrandchii' charge of Lhc I dren. ;