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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED WANTED ONE BAKER. APPLY within, Colonial Bakery. C9196-1I Journeyman Mechanic Required by modern equipped shop. Full company benefits. Apply Service Manager Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile 2nd Ave. 8th Street S. Lethbrldga REQUIRED WELDERS First or Second Class and Second Year Apprentices APPLY PREBUILT INDUSTRIES 619 4th Ave. N. C9282-12 To The Youthful Individual Who Can Handle Responsibility A challenging position is avallaole If: are youthful and aggressive have had banking credit sales finance or loan company experience. have high school education or better like people and enjoy dealing with them are Interested in learning more about leasing and financing If you meet these qualifications apply or write to: W. M. Knight G. N. larkey IAC LIMITED 816 4th Ave. S., Phone 327-8521 C9223-12 RECREATION FIELD WORKER Fcur field workers required to worfc with Alfcerta Indian Reserves in re- creation development. Must oe free to travel and live In designated area. QUALIFICATIONS: Formal education In recreation or equivalent experience. Experienced with native community preferred. SALARY To be negotiated. Work to commence June 1st 1973. Deadline for applications May 22, 1973. Send complete resume and refer- ences to: INFPOL 10176 117 St., Edmonton j No Phone calls please 1908-19 MECHANIC Revelstoke Companies Ltd., a rapidly expanding retailer cf home improve- ments, lumber, and building material products, has an immedisto require- ment In Lethbridge for a licensed mechanic. The candidate for this posi- tion will maintain the Company's tran- sit mix and lumber yard trucks. Com- pensation is negotiable and based on qualifications and experience. Apply In confidence to: The Manager Revelstoke Companies Ltd. 1602 -3rd Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED KITCHEN HELPER. NO COOKING. Apply In person. House of Wonn. C9f9S.ll GENERAL LAUNDRY HELP WANT- ed. Apply Canadian Linen Supply Co. Ltd., 1818 3rd AVe. S. C9264-14 YOUTHFUL INDIVIDUAL TO learn optical trade. Aoply Imperial Optical, Cooper Building. C9268-11 INDIVIDUAL MINIMUM 18 FOR FULL time warehouse work. Apply 1720 2nd Ave. S. C9308-14 WANTED INSIDE TIRE SALES person that 'can work into manager position. Apply Box 84, Herald. 2258-24 SPRAY PAINTER for air spray production painting of farm machinery. Exoerience preferr- ed. Phone 824-3244 for appointment. Noble Cultivators Ltd.; Nobleford, Alberta. C9307-12 AGGRESSIVE SALES PERSON. SAL- ARY PLUS COMMISSION. CAR RE- QUIRED. PREFERABLY WITH EX- PERIENCE IN FURNITURE AND AP- PLIANCES. LONG ESTABLISHED BUSINESS. BOX 75, HERALD. C9285-11 AVON ASKS: HOW MUCH IS YOUR free time wortn? Many AVON Rep- resentaiives earn an estimated a week or more, during hours they choose themselves. Call: 328-7424 or write Mrs. M. Scott, 2514 23rd Ave. 3. LICENCED MECHANIC OR THIRD yeer aoprentice for summer season. Good wages and accomodations sup- plied. Must have tools. Apply Alt Baker, Park Transport Co., Waterton Park. Phone 859-2373. C9284-tf EX-DIRECT SALES PERSONNEL OR hrstesses. Earn good income part or fUl time in your home. Minimum Investment. Replies confidential. Box 73, Herald. 2224-19h LARGE FIRM REQUIRES SALES representative, minimum education requirement grade XII. comment 'e with experience and ed- ucation, i mission and car supplied to successfi.1 applicant. Please submit complete resume to Box 83, Herald. 2357-17 "REAL ESTATE" POSITIONS OPEN FOR WORKING SALES MANAGER AND SALES REP- RESENTATIVE. BETTER THAN AV- EPAGE RETURN FOR RIGHT PARTY. CONTACT B. REIMER, ASTRO REALTY LTD., 328-774E C9292-23 CAREER OPPORTUNITY Ws have an opportunity for a sales representative who has some business experience with a strong urge to suc- ceed to represent one of Canada's most prominent companies i n this area. The position provides an as- sured income with professions! train- ino For personal interview reply to Box 65, Herald. C9197-11 Grain Elevator Manager For Skiff Elevator Must be bondable snd in good health. Experience preferred. Apply in person Head Office, Lethbridge. C9244-12 SHOP FOREMAN FOR MASSEY FER- guson dealership. M-F experience an asset. Must be capable of taking cnarge cf modern shoo and all service responsibilities. Wag_es, bonus, and in- vestment opportunities ai negotiable. State ape, experience, ana marital stat- us to D. C. Green, T-N-T Equipment Ltd., Box 850, Clareshrlm, Alberta. Phone 1-235-3193 days and 1-235-3623 evenings. 6157-tf No Realtor can guarantee you success in Real Estate but we can give you honest answers to your questions at BLOCK BROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. For personal Interview call Frank TInordi at 328-1044 (days) or 327-3478 (evenings) Phone: 327-5777 C927M2 CAREER OPPORTUNITY MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES Record expansion in both tosn and mortgage divisions of Niagara Finance Co. Ltd. has created immediate open- ings for positions of management trainees. Consumer loan, mortgaae, banking or related experience a definite asset but not mandatory. Excellent starting sal- ary commensurate with experience. Interested parties may appjy in strict confidence to: R. M. Bond Niagara Finance Co., Ltd. 816-4 Ave. So. Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 328-7714 C9176-tf A large International firm has an opening for two representatives to assist the area manager. The represeniative selected will be am- bitious of good personal appear- ance and with Grade 10 or better. If you qualify we offer a guaran- teed income with rapid increases to the right person. No experience necessary as we train you fully, at our expense, if selected. A car is an asset but not required. To arrange a personal interview phone 328-0171 THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Invites applications for Positions of SECRETARY Position Requirements are Mini- mum typing of 50 WPAA and shorthand ability. Several years secretarial ex- perience, ability to relate snd enjoy xvorking with students, staff and gen- eral public. Salary commensurate with experience Closing date for applications May 17, 4-30 p. Please submit ap-' itions to PERSONNEL OFFICE THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE 4401 University Drive Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 3M4 C9561-11 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL STENOGRAPHER A LOCAL LAW firm requires a stenographer profi- cient in typing and familiar with dic- tating equipment. Related experience is preferred but no1 mandatory. Write Box 80, Lethbridge Herald. C924.i-tf SECREFARY FOR LAW OFFICE Typing and shorthand required. Aooly Box 83, Herald. C9269-12 Wanted Enthusiastic individual for secretarial work. Shorthand, typing, filing requir- ed. Experience not necessary. Hours negotiable. Reply giving resume to Box 76, Herald. 2143-12 EXPERIENCED LEGAL SECRETARY Typing, shorthand, dicta- phone experience necessary. Write box 72, Herald. C8245-tf Phone 329-2276 C9293-14 ROYAL TRUST REQUIRES PLEASANT Must have shorthand Previous switchboard experience Would be helpful For Details Please Call MR. RUTLEDGE 328-5516 C923M2 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Invites applications fbr UTILITY WORKER III In the Planf Utilities Department Duties to consist of electrical and electronic maintenance, servicing and alterations of various systems pertain- ing to a large institution. will be expected to assist other Uni- versity of Lethbridge personnel on utility maintenance and operations. Must be willing to work on occasional weekends and call-outs. Desirable qualifications would be an electronic graduate, electrical service personnel or an Back- ground. Please tubmlt applications ts PERSONNEL OFFICE THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE .440! UNIVERSITY DRIVE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA C9276-12 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL REQUIRED for House of Wong. Phone 327-0844 or 327-0974. C923M1 EXPERIENCED SHORT OP.DER ccok. Apply Chef, El Rancho Motor Hotel. C9291-12 FULL TIME DISHWASHEP. SWING shift. Apply Chef, El Rancho AJlotor Hotel. C9292-12 EXPERIENCED Apply in person to Majorette Restau- rant. 612 3rd Ave. S. (We are closed on Sundays and C9171-16 INTERESTED IN SERVING PEOPLE? We have an opening In the El Rancno Coffee Shop. Expsrience not required but must have pleasant attitude. We will train you. Gccd working conditions. Unifc-rm supplied. Minimum age 18. Apply Mr. Hoser. C9286-14 68 DOMESTIC NEED BABYSITTER TO COME IN. Phone 328-4383, after 6 p.m. 219M2 INDIVIDUAL, MINIMUM AGE 40, for cleaning duties in motel, part time only. 323-5591. RELIABLE PERSON OR COUPLE TO care for six children May 19 and 20. Phone 327-5074. 2259-12 WANTED RELIABLE BABYSIT- ter. Preferably to come in or live in. Phone 327-1359 after p.m. 2144-11 WANTED HOUSEKEEPER FOR three children, ages eiyht to 13 years, from June 1st Beautiful home. Minimum aae 25. All replies held In confidence. Please state phone number, salary expected and references to Box S9, Herald. 1997-12 69 FARM WELL EXPERIENCED TRACTOR and seeder operator. plus room and board. Phone 327-5837, evenings. 2343-12 ELDERLY COUPLE FOR GENERAL farm work on irrigated farm. Year round. Write Box 78, Herald. 2163-15 YOUTHFUL COUPLE FOR IRRIGAT- ed farm. Yerr round. Living quarters supplied. Write Box 79, Herald. 21M-15 WANTED EXPERIENCED INDI- vidual for farm worK. Apply one mile south of Lethbridge airport. George Jarokosky. 2090-14 INDIVIDUAL FOR YEAR ROUND form and ranch work. Two bedroom trailer provided. per month. Phone 653-2043, Cardston. 2091-14 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL COMBINED LABORATORY AND X- RAY TECHNICIAN required bv 56- bed accredited hospital. Please write, nivlno details of exnerience etc., to: Administrator, St. Vincent's Hos- pital, Pincher Creek, Alberta. C9286-11 71 TEACHERS WANTED Home Economics Teacher required for the FOREMOST SCHOOL for the 1973-74 school year Apply to: C. R. Elle Superintendent of Sch30.s County of Forty Mile No. Foremost, Alberta TDK OXO C926CM2 TEACHER WANTED Teacher of INDUSTRIAL ARTS with emphasis on metals graphics and power mechanics for Pincher Creek school on extended schocl day. Apply by May 18, with personal details to Superintendent of Box 219, Pincher Creek (627-3044) C9287-12 71 TEACHERS WANTED PEACE RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 10 Requires the following! Principal Dixonville School Grades One Nine Dixonville has school population of approximately 140 students and a teaching staff of approximately seven Including a proposed special education class. Dixonville Is located 30 miles north of Peace River on t paved Wfld- way. Vice Principal Kennedy Elementary School Grimshaw, Alberta The Kennedy Elementary School U a new school located In the Town of Grimshaw 13 miles from the Town of Peace River. Kennedy Elementary School has approximately 250 with a staff of approximately 11 teach- ers. Applications with supporting creden- tials and phone numbers should be in the hands of the undersigned not later than 15th, 1973. T. D. Shields Superintendent of Schools Box 339 Peace River School Division No. 10 PEACE RIVER, Alberta Phone: 624-3601 C92SS-12 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2335. Baby Centre 328-2509. C465B-tf TINKERBELL KINDERGARTEN Prepare your child for school In a department of education approved kin- dergarten now accepting registrations. Phone 327-1840. 1814 12th Ave. S. 1999-12 76 SEWING SERVICES WOMEN'S, M E N' S CHILDREN'S clothing Made in my home. Phone 327-9717. 904-18my DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS, IN MY HOA1E. 1812 2nd AVE. A N. PHONE 328-6911. 1584-30My 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT BASS PLAYER WANTED. PHONE Doug, 327-2239. 1996-14 EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328-2867. C49S1-tf THE MOON GLOWS Music for oil occasions PHONE DON CCDY 327-6592, AFTER 7 P.M. 9701-tfh THE VARIETY MEN "Music For Everyone" PHONE DON 327-5888 OR DEL 327-6414 970-25My 78 LOST AND FOUND LOST PAIR OF BOY'S S'LVER rimmed glasses on playground. 23th St. and 6th Ave. N. Urgently needed. 328-8638, after S p.m. 2327-12 LOST THURSDAY BOW SHAPED, Sterling Silver, gold-plate brooch with three agates. Reward. 327-3414. 2042-14 79 PERSONAL GENTLEMAN SEEKS COMPANION- shio of lady, 30's. Write Box 82, Her- ald. 2260-12 MALE SEEKS COMPANIONSHIP with same, age 18-28. Write Box 70, Herald. 1978-11 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after p.m. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH- BRIDGE. ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 327- 6292; JEAN, 1686-tfh 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS AUTHORIZED GE LAWN MOWER rebuilding service. Sarc Repair Ltd., 1011 3rd Ave. S. 327-2656. 2093-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Ruboer stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf HIGHEST QUALITY INDUSTRIAL roofing repairs and maintenance sup- plies. Save up to 75 per cent. Self applied. Guaranteed seven years. Other industrial supplies, paints, cleaners, cement and blacktoo resur- facings, wood preservatives, etc. 345- 3957. 1405-26My MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices on ail makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No fob too larqe or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Phone 327-4456. C7353-tf Pincher Creek St. Michael's RCSSD No. 18 Applications are invited for the posi- tion of MUSIC INSTRUCTOR Including high school band, with dut- ies to commence September 1, 1973. Applications to be submitted by May 14 to SECRETARY-TREASURER PINCHER CREEK ST. MICHAEL'S RCSSD NO. 18 P.O. BOX 1450 PINCHER CREEK, ALTA. CW40-11 Biils Electric for Sales and Service Buy your, supplies at Bills Electric in Coaldale and Do your own electrical wiring Our Price is Right Supply is good Phone 345-3639 Coal-dale il 45-13 SESAME STREET Produced by Children's Television Workshop 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- V CB KIRBY COMPANY Of LETH- 8RIDGE BMML C3751-H M GARDENING NEW LAWNS, FENCE BUILDING. Odd Phont MUJtt. J467-tf FRANK'S ROTOTILLING. PROMPT servlct. 328-73W. W28-30J TOP SOIL AND WELL ROTTED MA- nurt. 2013-tf TOPSOIL FOR SALE. PHONE 327- 3047. 2282-12 ROTOTILLING AND RAKES. GOOD job rMtontbli TROY WAY ROTOTILLING. NINE IN. depth. Minimum 327.5623 or MM732, p.m. C9249-12 ROTOTILLING AND PLOWING WITH large yellow rototllltr. 327-1237. 1406-tf WELL ROTTED CHICKEN AND COW Delivered. 327-3289. WELL ROTTED MANURE FOR SALE Delivered. 327-6520 or 327-7918. 1156-14 LAWNS AERATED AND POWER raked. Mike Bobak, 327-1777. 971-tf HEAVY DUTY ROTOTILLING. SAT- Isfaction guaranteed. Phone 327-1227. 543-28 ROTOTILLING, YARDS CLEANED. rates. Phone 327-8433. 6I4-tt MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE Pruning, trimming and fell- Ing. Call 328-2094. 7030-tf GARDEN MUMS, PANSIES, AND geraniums, Spanish onion plants. Ap- ply Dan's Greenhouse. 1507-tf EIGHT H.P. POTOTSLLER FOR fast and efficient ce. Phone 328- 9387. 1208-tf DRIED GROUND MANURE, IN PLAS- tic bags SI.50 each. Free delivery. Phone Coalhurst Greenhouse. 327-9520. 15S5-tf WILL DO LAWN CUTTING THROUGH- out summer or while on holidays. Have own equipment. Phone 328-4108. 2351-17 LENS GREENHOUSE-IS-NOT by railroad station, but Is located half mile EAST of trailer court Coal- hurst. Bedding Plants Lawn and Garden seeds. Buy more for less. 2094-22 LANDSCAPING: SALES AND MOV- ING OF LARGER TYPE TREES. SPRUCE TREE FARMS LTD. PHONE 328-5606. 559-31My LARGE YELLOW ROTOTILLER. Will also do lawns and qardens. Work guaranteed. 327-2595; after 6 p.m., 328-7028. 1815-tf LLOYD'S TREE TRIMMING SERVICE Hedae trimming, trees trimmed or removed. For prompt service 327-2641. C5121-tf TANAKA'S GREENHOUSES WIDE selection of bedding out plants. Also nursery stocks. V the leaal description of the property or other qualifications entit- ling that person to be proprietary (b) the postal address of the peti- te) 'the occuoatlon of the oetitloner. i. A corporation or a religious or- ganisation or an estate, the name of which aopears on the last revised as- sessment roll as the owner, condition- al owner or purchaser of land thM Is not exempt from taxation, may In writing authorize a resident reoresen- tative to sign a petition on behalf of the corporation or religious organization or an estate. J. The petition shall be filed with the municipsl clerk who shall, In accor- dance with the Act, compute the num- ber of petitioners that have sioned the petition and determine the sufficiency thereof. I. Every petition shall have attached to it a siqned statement of a person whose name appears upon the petition, stating that he represents the peti- tioners and that he Is the person to whom municioality may direct any enquiries with regard to the petition. 7. No name shall be removed from the oetltlon after it has been received by the municipal clerk. 8. If two or more mtfnev By-laws are advertised in a single notice, a separ- ate petition shall be filed with re- spect to each by-law. 9. T'ic date of the last publication of this Notice Is May 19, 1973. JOHN GERLA City PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate ot RALPH EDWIN CALKINS, late of Coutts, In the Prov. Ince of Alberta, who died stu day of April, A.D. 197.'. TAKE NOTICE that all person hav- ing claims upon the Estate of tne ajove na.ned must file with the undersigned executress by the 21st day of May 1973, a full statement of their claims and securities held by them. Biy Selma Calkins, Coutts, Alberta. A83 FOR SALE BY TENDER The Medicine Hat School District No. 76 Is offering for sale one (1) N.C.R. Model 36 Accounting Machine. The machine, purchased In 1969, features: Memory Addresses (can panded to 21) Sensing Mechanism Protection Typewriter and Side Program Bars be adapted for Data Center by adding Punch paper tape or Punch card output. The machine can be Inspected the Schocl District Office, 601 First Ave- nue S.W., Medicine Hat, or further In- formation can be Detained by calling 526-5931. Purchaser Is to assume responsibility for shipping costs outslda Medicine Hat. Closing date for acceptance of bids Is p.m. Monday, May 28th, 1973. The highest or any bid will not neces- sarily be accepted. E. Murray Secretary-Treasurer Ml 4 NOTICE Notice Is hereby given of the Inten- tion, of the Warner Village Council, to pass a Development Control Bylaw No. 262 of the Village of Warner. 1. The purpose of this Bylaw Is to regulate the use snd development of land within the Municipality and to achieve the orderly and ecoiornic development of land in accordance with the general plan being prepared. 2. A copy of the Develop- ment Contrct Bylaw may be Inspected by the public, during office hours at the Warner Village Orflce. 3. A public hearing and dlscuislon of the proposed Bylaw will be held in the Villaoe Office OT Wednesday, May 23, 1973 st 7 p.m. Those Interested are invitsd to attend. Mrs. Hedterg Secretary-Treasurer. M32 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT CANADA TENDERS SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the undersigned and marked "T_ender for Construction of parallel Taxiways for Runways 16-34 ard 1MB at aary International Airport, Calgary, Alberta" will be received uo to p.m.. Mountain Daylight Time en June 11, 1973. Plans, specifications and tender documents may be obtained on apcll- cation to the Regional Supply Offi- cer, Room 894. Federal Building, VE20 107th Street, Edmonton, Alberta upon receipt of a certified cheque for payable to the Receiver General of Canada. Plans and specifications will be on display at the Builders Ex- changes in Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta; Saskatoon and Reglna, Sas- katchewan; Winnipeg, Manitoba; Van- couver, B.C.; Soufham Building Re- ports, Winnipeg, Manitoba and In- dustrial Construction Centre Ltd., Brrnaby, B.C. D. J. Dewar Western Regional Administrator M33 NOTICE OF DIVORCE ACTION TO: Wayne Harley Gordon Hannah Your wife Lois Myrtle Hannah has filed a Petition No. 03185-1973 In the District Registry, Supreme Court of British Columbia at Victoria, asking for a divorce. Your whereabouts be- ing unknown, the Court ordered service cf the Petition on you bv this advertisement. The grounds alleged for divorce are staled in the Petition. If you wish to defend or counter- claim, the steps you must take and the times within which you must take them ore set out in the notice endorsed on the Petition. A copy of the Petition with notice will te mailed to you on request, addressed to the Dis- trict Reaistrar, Supreme Court, Law Courts, 850 Burdett Avenue, Victoria, B.C. If you do not file an answer In ths said District Registry and take the other steps set out In the notice en- d-reed on the Petition within twenty (20) days of the date of publi- cation cf this advertisement, then you will not te entitled to further notice, and fifteen (15) days thereafter The Petitioner may proceed and the re- lease dlaimed may be given In your absence. T. J. HALBERT Registrar DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL AND HISTORIC PARKS BRANCH TENDER Contract WR 27-73 Asphalt Plant Mix Lower Cascade Pit Banff National Park The work consists of mixing approxi- mately 5000 tons of crushed gravel with an asphalt binder snd stockpiling the mixture at the Lower Cascade Pit In Banff National Park. Sealed tenders marked as to content and addressed to: Contracts Admlnstrator National and Historic Parks Branch Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Delrelopment 131 Customs Building Calgary, Alberta T2G 0X5 w'll be received up to p.m. (Mountain Daylight Time) Tuesday, May 29, 1973 Tender documents can be obtained from Contracts Administrator, Nation- al and Historic Parks Branch, Deoart- ment of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 131 Customs Building. Caloary, Alberta T2G 0X5, and viewed at the office of the Superintendent of Banff National Park and the Construc- tion Association offices in cities of Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, and I cthbridqe. Alberta. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accented. L. H. ROBINSON, Director Western Region Parks Canada M36 MORE NOTICES ON FACE 25 Night club star is dead NEW YORK (AP) Rotund comedian Jack E. Leonard, 62, veteran of the New York and Las Vegas night club circuit and a frequent television talk show guest, died Thursday. Leonard collapsed in late March while appearing at the Rainbow Grill in Rockefeller Centre and had bsen in hospital ever since. He underwent two heart operations, die last one Wednesday. The hospital said Leonard, a native of Chicago, died of dia- betic complications. His wife. G'adys and three daughters survive. ;