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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 5g MALI HELP MALE FEMALE HELP PETS AND Salmo heroes get medals PITTSBURGH (CP) -1 Twe vc British Columbia me have been awarded bronze mec als for heroism for helping res Ji DEATHS Passed away in Picture liutto on Friday, May 12, 1972, Mr. Alex Henderson, at the age ot 58 years, of Picture Butte. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 1 Miemli) 1 CARDS OF THANKS Mrs., Frank W. Brown and family would like to extend their sincere thank you to all of their many friends, neigiibors and relatives for their cards, flowers, food and special contributions extended to them during their recent bereavement. 1798-12 HARRIS I would like to thank the doctor and the nurses and staff at St. Michael's for the care shown me while a patient there. A very spe c i a 1 thank you to relatives and friends for visits, phone calls, flowers, gifts and cards all deeply appreciated Chris Harris REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY CONSTRUCTION WORKEHS CONTACT TOWN OF COALDALE C 1892-1 BOOKING SERVICE -dunes group; (or all occasions. Wed dings, clubs, elc. Phone DOGS LEN ROTH, Vi mil east of Coal hurst. BOARD OP THE CARDSTON SCHOOL DIVISION WILL ACCEP'I APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF SECRETARY TREASURER UN TIL MAY 24, 1973. APPLICANTS SHOULD OUTLINE THEIR CJUAL Fl CATIONS AND EXPERIENCE AND SALARY EXPECTED. ADDRESS ALL APPLICATIONS TO: Mr. Grant Matkin Superintendent of Schools Cardston School Division No. 2 Box 10 Cardston, _ GROWN PUREBRED CHI huahuat. Lovely pets. price. Hove one tw Motlier's day 1218 3rd Avenue A South. Phone 328 3423. CALL U5 VARIETY BAND Booking new. Polkas to rock, Phone 327-6817. FIRST CLASS AUTO BODY REPAIR man. Must be able lo paint. Fully qualified. Top wages. Company bent-tits. Write box 107, Herald. CLASSES FOR five three-hour Includes some supplies. Phone 32B-945B. Start May 16. TINY TOY POODLE PUP. i Purebred registered parents, 1 h r c e j I Mf! A I one male, one female. i Phone 344-2247, Coutts. 1691-13 WATK1N PRODUCTS NOW HIRING students for direct scllincj. Earnings from to per hour. Phone 327-7796, befween and p.m. C ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drmklnq problem Phone 327-BOJ9 or 1S2B-3246, after PUPPIES REGISTERED tattooed, fawn, female, shots, Ptione 1-223-4130, Taber. BENNETT Victor Eli of Raymond, formerly of Edmonton, passed away in Raymond on Wednesday, May 10th, 1972, at the age of 80 years, husband of Mrs. Lois G. Bennett of Raymond. Mr. Bennett was born in Cedar Fort, Utah, July 1, 1891, and came to southern Alberta with his parents, who homesteaded in the Taber district. After his marriage to Lois Garner they lived in Magrath, Raymond and Cardston, where they resided until 1933 when they moved to Edmonton. They had continued to live in Edmonton until moving back to Raymond early in 1972. He was an active member of the LDS Church, and held the office of i a high priest. Besides his wife j he is survived by eight sons and four daughters, Theron V., Mrs. Harry (Golda) Kincade, I P.eid G. and Harold E. all of Edmonton, Mrs. Doug (Melba) Warren of Comox, B.C., Donald E. and Douglas G. of Vancouver. B.C., Garth K. of Calgary, Keith L. of Montreal, Que., Mrs. Roland (Vernice Rhees of Rexburg, Bruce G. of Kitimat, B.C., and Mrs. Deane (Zina) Jensen of Regina, LABRADOR CROSS PUP Pomeranian pup. Spaniel Terrier cross puppies. Plione 327-9511. the Carnegie Hero Fun Commission announced today. The commission awards me Alice Brooks. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front SI reel West Toronto I, Ontario FOWLER Funeral service for Rev. Jesse David Fowler, Ked Deer resident who died May 6, 1972, at the Red Deer Nursing Home al the age of 88 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday, May 9, 1972. in the First Church of the Nazarene, Red Deer, with Rev. Dr. H. L. G. Smith and Hev. Vern Hannah officiating. Interment was in the Alto-Heste Memorial Gardens, Red Deer. Evantido Funeral Chapels. Red Deer, was in charge of the arrangements, SELECTION OF BEDDING PLANTS; ALSO NURSERY STOCK AND STRAWBERRY PLANTS. '4 milfi east cf drive IN ON COUTTS HIGHWAY T A N A K A'S GREENHOUSE. PHONE 327-1378. ply In person or writing to Grant Kristjonson Service Manager ENERSON MOTORS LTD. Phone 327-5705 RENTALS POWER RAKES j ROTOTILLERS CHAIN SAWS HEDGE TRIMMERS ETC. PARSONS HARDWARE HOLIDAY VILLAGE 327-7066 C 1 032-1 f FAIRVIEW GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY -13rd ST. S FAIRViE'.V SUBDIVISIO.'J, LETH. PHONE 3I3-2593 OPIIrj EVERY DAY-s a.m. to B p.m. FOR ALL YOUR LANDSCAPING REQUIREMENTS Shade flr.ri fryil rent, evergreens, shrubs, perennials, brdding plants, Concrete Steps Lump Spreading of Topsoil sq. yds. 8. Associated Drainage System, Appurtenances ?ind Miscellaneous Work Tender documents may bs obtained on or after May 15, 1972 from 1he Office of the Physical Plant Coordinator, Construction Administration Building, The Univers ty of Lethbridge, upon ds-pcs f of a 525.00 certified cheque, made payable to the Governors of tlie University of Lethbrldae. The deposit well be refunded provided the plans and specifications nre returned In good condition within 14 days after ths "fender closing date. Tender must be ace airman ted by a cert fled cheque for ten uer cent (10 1 it tilt Tender Price rr n suitable bid bond for ten per cent (IP cf IhP tender price Tha lowest or any tender will net r.e- cessflrily fee accepted, Stanley Assiicinles Engineering Ltd 625 Mlh StrCft H.W. Calgary, Altcrta. T2N 2AI JV..V r- PROVINCE OF ALBERTA campus students stage war protest HELENA. Mont. (AP) j About 100 University of Montana students continued to occupy army and air force ROTC offices at the Missoula school Thursday evening and some decided to spend the night and prevent cadets and instructors 'rom entering in the morning. The dissident students are irotesling President Nixon's atcst action in southeast BEFORE YOU DIG CALL AGT'S CABLE LOCATION SERVICE IN ADVANCE DIAL "0" (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 (toll free, of course) TEACHERS HEAVY-DUTY MECHANICS AND AUTO MECHANICS ARE REQUIRED BY C O.Virjro LTD AT ITS FORDING COAL OPERATION t LOCATED 19 MILES NORTH Of; FLK-FORD, B.C. QUALIFIED ARE PAID 54. PER HOUR. INCLUDE .VitDlCAL CROUP INSURANCE, SICKNFSS AND ACCIDENT PLAN COVERAGE. THE LOCATION IS O'JE OF THE MOST SCENIC AND RAPID-GROW IN AREAS IN SOUTHEASTERN B C., A80UT 33 MILES FROM THE anil supervisory sfcility trf.ii experience, preferably en botn irvt-li. dslinitely rn the tie- iiicnJary level. and fully i (iccumentcil and vj'idated applies- Cms