Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THE lETHCRIDGt HERALD FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE; -13 (RAIItRS CAMPERS FOR i.Mt OR PENT TRUDY UNITED MOBILE HOME DIVISION CLEAR OUT SALE .n- Used 66 PERSONAL TMHRY'S PN7r-R TAHJMENT VIM." Al! types (it onjieslrn-, ,il le (or wediliruib, clubs, slnlf IM 2 CT7 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS r r- i n i s i c-7, n lUU'iM, 1 1, DEATH DEATHS .Mi'XKII, Christina (Me- SOJI.MHKKKI.DT Sarah ._.. __ DiiiKikh (if Ilillcrest, passed Nolrioii, iiii.ssc'd SALEa AND SERVICE :-irR-; v (lie Willow Cl'Cck AlIX- ill Cardsldll on MumlllV. 'ra! Ah' Hiary llospilal, Ciarfslidliu on vcmbc'r II, IH7I, al Ilic of aniiii.inrc-., 'I'lH'silay, Niivi'inlu'r (1, at (ill years, hclin-ed wilt1 of Mr. i.ETHBk'uic'i lln' "1 IK) She unsilinino Siiinnici frMl of Card- 3id Av. i r horn iii HridHf Port, BIT- .sum. Klllii'i-; 1 sc'rviir.1, will lie _____________ _________ Kin Isliinil, Nuva Scotia, held Tliursday, iiibcr li. ary L'li, and came to Hill- 197] at p.m. in the Albc'cld 70 GARDENING YF AR OLD MANIIRI- I OR ..flic Phr.ne 377-3R72 !08.! H "1 did have a six-room hnusc lor the pHcc vou in miid, but I sold it in j5 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED Jp Hap WANTED lit. I'HONfc 328--WJ. !Rrr 71 POULTRYAND SUPPLIEb 72 PETSND SUPPLIES cre.sl in slio has re- sided since. She n member of the Caiholie Wom'en's Ijeapile, its fl trustee on the Crowsne.sL Pass School Dis- triel for many years and was an executive of the Hillcrest C'redil Union for several years. She was predeceased by her j CHRISTENSLON SALMON FU- hn.sharal Phillip in Hillcrest inJNERAI, II01IK LTD.. Direr- >S 64 CEWING SERVICES 75 CONTRACTS and Kendra, all at home; three granddaughtei-s; two sis- lers, Mrs. (Edina) R. W Spon- holz. Meciicine Hat, and Mrs. iMavisi H. .1. Standing, of Lcthbridge. The Funeral ser- vice will be held on S'aturdav. Field of Honour. Mountain View Cemetery. lrricnds may pay their respects af Martin Bras. MEMORIAL 703 Street phone In lieu of flowers, those who EDITH W.AGGS ''v's" nviy donate to the Cana-! dian Cancer Society. Can- ada Trust I'.idg or to Ihe hnv- ci-nritv (if their choice. MAR- "undersioned TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of f Doco.r.rcr, .Service. mass for Mrs. Katherine Filkowski, who died in the city Thursday. Nov. -I. 1971, at the age of SO years, was said at a.m. Tuesday. Nov. 1971, in the Ukrainian Catholic St. Vladi- mirs Church. 715 13th St. N.. wilh Host Rev. Neil Savaryn, Bishop of Edmonton, Rev. Stephen Chohovksy of Winni- peg. Rev. Thcophile Hurko of Radway. Rev. Nicolas Diadio of Leliihridge awl Rev. Lubo- myr H. Syvenkey. parish priest, as concciebrants. Honorary pallbearers were Paul Dac- John Gayowsky, Harry kuttiy. Harry Filinchuk, Pete Zeles'ky, and'Panl Fenz. Active pallbearers were grandsons Bill S'nosiac and Steven. Edward, Duanc, Dale and Alan Filko- wski. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Moun- tain View Cemetery. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. CARDS oTTHANKS RICE. MACLEAN BABKI MALE HELP WANTFD NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS !G 1 HUNTER SDECIALS 65 LOST AND FOUND REPP MALE (LETH) LTn 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT p p Bras? Radio1 lONn CO. LTD, fARM EMpLOYMENT WANTED IEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS STRINGAM, DENECKY BAINES TENDER 3AIE OF BUFFAfO MEAT 66 PERSONAL f- t i PROMNCF OF A BERTA CfT 0 AND TR COAlriURST MOBILE HOMES FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE CONSERVATION BY DOMESTICATION Part 3 THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUCfIC NOTICu Or APPLICATION FO" PIN! 1C LOIINCF llfENCC NFW WORLD RESTAURANT (I.ETHBRIDGEi LTD. jm' GOIDtN BRIDGE II RISTAURAN1 r NIW WORID RfSTAURANT (IF1HBRIDGC) LTD. HI1NRY Ytl. Mrs Cleaver would like In UK.nk Ihc north side mcrchanf? for their donations to me which c o pni into (lie drop-in for two rhrisimas luimpcrs. wish to s.ty H ik You In all who called ni our homo on I ho rteea.Mou of itli weddinp nnnivcr.sary; for the beautiful flnvvors, gifts, r Is. idlers and phone falls, and lo all who helped in any n to make this a lovely day to remember. I and Leah Rodgers. IN MEMORIAMS Ml-XiKLLA In loving mem- of a dear husband, father pfrandf.'Uher, Michcal. who I t'd away November 10, 19n.'l, He .suffered in silence no one knew. Ho never deserved what he went through. ke rare of him Lord as he lake> his rest 1 r on this earth he was one of the best. l-A'ei' remembered by hi? Helen, son George, and hiiiphler Mary, and their families. lr meiinHy m I-'stiale, who pas.si'd i Nnvi mhcT 10. ofisMi sit and tliink of nil. of the way you diod. times longed f< r you, nutny times wr r cried. li cave no one a la.st fan1 ".ell. nor oven said goud- Vdii re before ue and only Horl knows uby. s rirmemhercd rmd missed by bis liU-h.-rd and sisters, brolhers Mid mclher. .10'-il In mem- oi a dear molluT, M a r y liaxicr. uho passed away No I M mix i 10 MM uh i k s m i u ithei 51 K li i v( inn tlu un MI Mil! the In i Is the heart inai win never forget. In quii't Ihomrhls live Ihe years thai used to lie rich in kindness, love an1! eare, how dear you to me 1 '.vcr n DM mlc'i'ed and it'l K missed hy Mickey.