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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, November 2, 1971 39A SPORT EQUIPMENT 40A FURNITURE AND FOR SALE GUNS CnOi For U'.ud Guns PARSONS HARDWARE College Mall 328-8066 NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO YOUR GRAIN FOR YOUR WINTER ,-ing per dry No. 2 wheat APPLIANCES 58 MALE HELP OR OR ED PIANO over 13 years, ishp.' band. Phone -0214, or Jerry poka ill Sikkln-j ncy at MB- COMMISSION SALESMAN WANTED .mall v.holfsale in Ccl- niiry To southern AIDerta and >nnys. have connections. Box W, Herald. CENTRE RE. s fullv licensed mechanic Im- ntely .10 hour v.-eek. Bonus plan lull of employee benefits. QUEENSLAND DLUE pups. Good cattle dog. Phi P P Maclei 234-2277, HEELER ne 23J-2278 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 59 MALE FEMALE WANTED YOUNG MAN OR It) J! with financial B. Call In persan, olia. m 3rd ARE YOU INTERESTED IN EARN. nc, extra cash for Christmas? It so, or further intorrriat'on contact Olanna Rath, Box 114 or 3M-J952 lor appomt- nenl. J439'2 OWIJ YOUR OWN BUSINESSI BUY fl portable seed cleaning machine. Newly mounted machines, now op- erating. Take trade, half ton or car. Phone 377-B201. BE YOUR OWN BOSS FAMILY operated restaurant. Yearly Intake All fixtures and stock Included In total price of SH.OOO. Write Box 129, Herald. WE ARE LOOKING FOR A REST- aurant operator lo start a most load- ing Franchise restaurant, capital re- quirement cash. For more in- formation, write Box 6, Herald. FOR SALE CLOTHING STORE BirlL, CanL Of 3LnL, Jn it n em u, BIRTH LAKE Lori wishes to an- nounce Ihe arrival of her brother, Wilfred Scott, (six Ibs. two on October 6, 1971 at St Michael's Hospital. Proud parents are Wilf and 99c Tape Exchange Musicland nq and H AUCTION SALE 143 TRAILERS CAMPERS i FOR SALE OR RENT IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THC Install vow cr 'rame :h. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 204 33rd St North CCJi-tf 53 INETS. TRUMPET FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED MUSICLAND PHONE 327-1056 WIGS LIGHT. MEDIUV, DARK, Si .3, ii.ii, S1J.96 suagested r-etjil. Lisrtf, Medium, dark. 98 to S35.CO. Wail cheque or r.icrev order to: Holt BT-i Infcrnarior.ol Imports, Lencasfcr Bidg., Calgary I, STEEL CLOTHESLINE POLES; PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. 'er accessories and parts; frailer i jervicfno, s'crage find repair. _______! 32B-4J21. C2405-if IRONING IN MY HOWE. ir. Phone 327-1294. 2710-7 V. ILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME, VI- 900 Dfock and 27A St. N. Phone GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT Mayer Maqrath Driv Phone 323-2525 WANTED EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERATOR For Burroughs E3500 System Location Progressive southern Al- bcr'a community. Mai or mobile riome manufacturer. Salary commensurate with auali'icalions. Apply to Box 970 Claresholm, Alberta Attention: K. P. Suther and CB310-4 58 MALE HELP WANTED CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD. 35 SOUTH PHONE 177-1523 CR PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE 7323-lf V.'ILL BABYSIT UJ MY HOME, DAY cr niaht Any ago. References. Close ID hcspifal. Pricne 323-5; 2E- '.'OTHER WITH TWO YOUNG CHIuD- rc-i babysit in her south LL DO IRONING I dressmaking :ns. Reascnabie. 317-5840. HALF qirls, r box TIME HANDYMAN esidence. Downtown area CB176-2 QUALITY MEN'S STORE REQUIRES ambitious young man. Must be neat appearinq and "have public Any sales experience an asset. Our --tatt is informed regarding this ad. Apply in handwrlmg to i BOX 25, Herald. C3225-4 enced Butcher n better-than-avc Altcrta. Reply sga and salary FURNITURE, MERCHANDISE riiscolia-.eous. articles sold ever1 Cay ni.-jht at 7 p.m. Sharp AUCTION1 BARN Free service. 25G3 2nd Ave. N C7291-H I coed selection In .--------------------------------------------------i down up to 10 years See th width a Villa h 14 ft. MARRIFD COUPLE FOR FARM, worK Must have r. c-V Boy 27, Herald. M29-5 REQUIRED Automobile and i Machinery Salesman 40A FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES REFRIGERATOR, STOVE. wringer oei rnn-n suite, plus olher hcusehold Herr Trader accepted and vice after delivery. j Corner 3rd Ave. Lethcridtie Phcne 327-C322, 377-1780 AN AVON REPRESENTATIVE LIKr BEING SANTA CLAUS USED PIAN'_. Come In Jcriay ar.rt r.- cessarily be accepted. LFTHBRIDGE SOCIETY "MEALS-ON WHEELS" A VOLUNTEER WHOLESOME MEAL (DAILY) 1 THEIR OWN HOME, TO THOSE WHO BECAUSE OF ILLNESS, A HAND CAP, OR AGE. ARE UN ABLE T PREPARE ADEQUATE MEALS FO THEMSFIVCS. FOR FURTHER IN FORMATION 327-7990. 67 SERVICES AND SOUTHERN STAMP AND STEHCIL -Rubber stamps, corporate seat da'ers, etc. Same-day Service. 123: 3 2nd Ave. S. Phor.e 328-5114. MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SE vices en all makes of washers an dryers, automatic cr conventional. Al all smnll appliances, lawn irrnc vacuum cloanerj, rtc. No ir too lame or too small. LETHBRIDG APPLIANCES. 905 3rd Ave. 70 MANURE FOR SALE. PHONE 328-291 ask fc.r Bryan. DEATHS GREEN Monday, Nov. 1. 1071. Mrs. .lean Lcaper Green, aged 83 years, Vulcan. Sur- vived by one sister, Mrs. Grace 1MI Hanson, Vulcan; two brothers, Albert and Lome Swan, both of _l Nova Scotia. Predeceased by -ps- her husband, George in 1942 and a son, Willanl in 1933. Ser- vices at VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, Wednesday at. 2 p.m., the Hev. William Julian ofti- cicting. inlerment Vulcan Cem- etery C8293 AI.lilSTOX Garth, former- ly of Lclhbridge and Cr.rdstcn, passed away suddenly in Cal- gary on Monday, November emoriains FUNERALS DAVfS Funeral service for Albert (Bert) Davis, beloved husband of Mrs. Beulah M. Davis of BOS 7th Ave. S. who died at home Wednesday, Oct. 27. 1971, after a brief illness at lire age of years, was held at p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, 1971, in Martin Bros. Tradi- tional Chapel, 813 3rd Ave. S., Rev. L. D. Hankinson offi- ciating. Pallbearers were John Dzicdzic, Gerry McGlenn, An- gus Cunningham, Bernard M. and Ronald M. Clark and Pat Toir.kins. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fun- eral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. DENNIS Funeral service for Percy Richard Dennis, na- tive son cf Absaraki, Mont., and Lundbreck rancher who died at Pinchcr Creak Monday, Oct. 25, 1971, at tlie age of 72 years, was hold at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, 1971, in St. Martin's Angli- can Church with Rev. Charles K ofTSE Si.-HctaUng H07S pan- __ t hr-'arorc ii'Pvn I, flVfi M flP Mfl- beloved father of Uonald R. of LcUibridge. Mr. Albiston was born in Jefferson, Alberta, January 25th, 1023, and received his education in the Jefferson District schools. Funeral services will bo held in the Chrislenscn Chapel on Thursday, November 4th at 1 p.m., with Bishop Leo L. Da- vidson officiating. will follow in the Soldiers sec- tion of the Mountain View Cemeterv. Flowers gratefully declined" bv the familv. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- C3294 neral Service. KOVACS Passed away suddenly at Ihe residence on Sunday." October 31, 1971, Mrs. Man- Kovacs, at the age of 75 years, beloved wife of Mr. Ga- hor Kovr.cs of 112 2nd Avenue S. The laie Mrs. Kovacs was born and raised in Hungary, coming to Manitoba in 1930 and then to Lcthbridge in 1932, where she has resided until her passing. Besides her loving husband she is survived by two grandchildren, and by one i brother in the Old Country. She j was predeceased by one daugh- tcr. Prayers will be said on j at p.m., in Martin Eros. TRADITIONAL CIIATEL, 812 3 Avenue S., with Rev. G. Teles officiating. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, at a.m., in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father M. H. Gillis OMI celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cem- etery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C8296 SKERRATT Passed away in the city on Monday, Xovcm- Iwr 1, 1971, following a brief illness, Mrs. Regina Skcrratt, at the age of 23 years, Iwloved wife of Mr. Robert William SkcrraU of Sunnyside. Born and raised in Prince Edward Island, the late Mrs. Skerratt came west to B.C. in ISM and then moved to Lcthbridge in 1970, where she has resided un- til her passing. Besides her lov- ing husband, she is survived by one daughter, Rcnda-Lea-Ann; one son. Robert Joseph, (both at her mother, Mrs. R. McDonald; t'.yo sisters, Mrs. (Mary) G. Wedge, and Miss Georgina McDonald, and two brothers, Mr. Pious McDonald and Mr. Lawrence McDonald, all of Prince Edward Island. Requiem will he cclc- bcarers were Lloyd MacDon- Lynch-Staunton, Bert Conelly, Homer and William Simpson and Dewart Smith. Pallbearers were Gerry Avel- ado, Cyril Bonertz, Hugh Cam- eron, August Han, Ray Milnes and Sandy Porter. Interment was in the Livingstone Ceme- tery. Eden's Funeral Home Lid., Pincher Creek, was in charge of the arrangements. MARLOW Funeral service fcr Thomas Arthur Marlow, lie- loved husband of the late Mrs. Amelia Marlow who died in the city Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1971, cftcr a long illness at the age cf 88 years, was held Friday, Oct. 29, 1971, in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. E. R. Doyle offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Bums Little, Percy Jones, Jim Mar- shalsay. Andy Allison, Peter Jones and Ed Ford. Interment was in the family plot in Moun- ain View Cemetery. Martia Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. MICHAELIS Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Mary Michaelis, beloved wife of Mr.'W. H. (Bill) Michaelis of 111 4th St. N.E., Milk River, who died at Milk River Monday, Oct. 25, 1971, at the age of 51 years, was held at p.m. Friday, Oct. 29, 1971, in St. Paul's United Church, Milk River, with Rev. Graham Dickie officiating. Ac- tive pallbearers were Ruso Chapman, John John Ellert, Joe Van de Bennet, Wally Collin and Archie Mc- Lachlan. Honorary pallbearers were Bill McKnight, George Davis, Wilbur Watkin, Joe Wobkenberg, Cliff Kuhl and Al- win Gaits. Interment was in the Milk River Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice, was in charge of the CARDS OF THANKS HANSON I wish to thank mv doctors, my many good nurses at Municipal, for their kind care and my many friends, relatives and ministers for calling, for flowers and get-well wishes All so much appre- 2684 Agnes Hanson. MSIIIKAWA Wo would like to thank our doctor and the staff at the Lcthbridge Mu- nicipal Hospital, for the care given our fcivi-n father. Our deepest at grntihide to all our relatives, Catholic JUNK. FREE 327-2J38. TREES AMD HEDGES TRIMMED OR -alfis. Phone 327 aood i WILL DO FALL CLEAN UP 9 haul away lunk. Phone 3J7-S237. BOX NUMBERS 13, 25, 77, IN, 1M, 1-10, Men wanted for fibreglas work. Experience not nee- p Ussary. Must be 23 to 35, married, possessing work record. Full-time, year round employment for am- bitiotK workers. No drifters please. Apply in person to Glascon Industries ltd., 6th Ave., and 4th St. S., 1-5 p.m. CW91-1 WELL ROTTED MANURE PHONE Vtc 353-3189, beforn fl a.m. and alto S p.m. FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE FUSION POWER -HOW SOON? Part 1 FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GFOH CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 3I3-2G5-! 5739-tf TREE MOVING We in rnnvint) larger type trees- .ilso for sfllr-, trees up lo 10 ft tall. Phone 327-6172, after rt 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES r, P F. C I A L HFAVY ROASTING Thickens 3? cents Ih.; roc'.- livcry. H. Dyck, Coalclale, 315-32: 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES PHONE KITTTNS TO 3J7-03C.7, ndfr GIVE 5 P. ST RFRNARD PUPPIES. SEVEN TO ekilit wer.ks ottl. (or sale. Stirling, 2330-i TRAINED BLACK Phone 32R-B7.15 D A 1. MAT IAN PUPPIES PURE- tntnoed, shots. ISO 'and up. 3J8-W1. 2m> ROTH, Secretary-Treasurer, Pinchcr Creek School Division N 29, P1NCHFR fREEK, ALBERTA. will follow ill ihe Mount Cal- vary seciion, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects in Mnrlin Bros. Memorial ('impel, 7fn 13 Slrcet N.. phone In lieu of flowers, those who may donate lo (he Canadian Cancer Socieiy, 400 Canada Trust Bldg. or to {he charity of their choice. MARTIN RRns. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. friends, and neighbors for their comforting words, koden, flow- ers, and food brought to us dur- ing our recent bereavement. Your kindness will always be remembered. family Yosh Chaki family. 2712 IN MEMORIAMS slaps hand of robber (CD A 56- y c a r-old woman shopkeeper has found an effective meth- od of chasing off roblwrs. Two young men walked into the grocery store of Gun Son Mah and demanded money. When one of the men pointed a knife at Mrs. Mah and reached for the money in till, sire shouted and stopped his hand. Both men fled. Girl, 16, killed a! Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) Karen Pinenii. of lidmonton was identified as the person killed when a car si ruck a power pole in Ihe city. Police said the girl was a passenger in Ibc car. Deaths Yesterday By TIIK CANADIAN PltK.SS K. Wil- liams, 55, president of Harold Williams Ltd., a dress manufac- turing company, and past presi- dent and director of the Quebec Heart Foundation. SKPXNFIl In loving mcm- ory of a dear husband, father C8295 grandfather, (ieorgc Lester Skinner, w h o passed away November 2, 1967. remembered and sadly' missed by his wife Nellie and family. 2M.1 Pompidou on tour KIMMITT In loving mem- ory of Ward Kimmilt, w h o passed away November 2, 1963. remembered and sad- ly missed by all of his brothers and sisters. French 09 lu-L-r'lw President (leorgcs will pay official visits lo the Af- rican republics of Niger and Chad from .Ian. 2-1 lo 2fl, a pres- idential spokesman said Tues- for lillering RKGINA (CP) All that litter is not gold but it could Hll.IIUtil 1111.1- day. Karlier this year he visited mean cash lo the city begin five olhcr Fronch-spoaking Afri- i ning today as police slart is- rnn Kent gal, the Ivory Coast, Cnmcroim and Gabon. suing ?2 tickels lo anyone- caught throwing refuse on streets. ;