Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
26 THE lETHRRinct HERAll) FURNITURE ANH APPLIANCE? tluififlciy. Novemtipr II. Ill I 13 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR PENT II IO HAVE til FOR GRA PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. TRUDY IOUIS FURNITURE Renlnl built l.V. and rents pnc while f.r cMo- Tc 668 i. UNITED MOBILE! HOME DIVISION CLEAR OUT SALE i (New nnd Used) I 1 p.V r'tr.VM PAYMENTS, k'ATF F- TRADF-rj AC- (NO Hv'NEJT, TRUE DISCOUNTS 'ff ntl ne1.1. It. widfi Also STERN, VISTA VILLA, j after Corner 3rd Ave. 3rd St. S., Let h bridge Phone 327-0822 or 327-1780: cflmtf 44 AGRICULTURAL WANTED 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS FINISH ure Ai.iKiucs, ]JfS. 3ifl-l055. I i 1V6-1-4U J'K's probably a franchise." 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED I 61 TEACHERS WANTED 408 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS LADY TO CAPE FOR BABYSITTER it -f.-ec'K. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber i lamps, corporate seals, (Mlcrs, ere. Samo-tlay Service. WJ 3nd Ave. S. Phone 3J8-S1U. CMM-tl MAY TAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vii.es on all makes of washers itm) .ill 5iii.il I appliances, lawn tnowcri, i i mi1 vacuum ciPamirs, f-tc, No (Ob ton liiriic or too small. LETHBHIOGE APPLIANCES, ?05 3rd Avo. 317-1156. 69B TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES Charier Flight Information lo FJRIIAIN F.UROF-E HAWAII MEXICO bPAIN SUN FUN HOLIDAYS 400 Lancaster Bldg., 304 8lh Avenue S.W., Calgary 2. Phone 269-1487 70 GARDENING UaraJ uhaiiM, -Jn DEATHS DEATHS fc CIHl'MAN Alfred Uslic. passed away in Magrnth Wednesday, November lOlh, POUR YEAR OLD MANURE: FOR sale. Phono 327-3873. 308-1-13 FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GHON CJTTING. TRI'AMING. ETC. PHONE 32H-509.1 tf TREE MOVING 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES PINK Passed away j 1971, at tlic age of 73 years, be- hoved luisbimd of Mrs. Lillian Chipman of Welling. Mr. Chip- man was Iwrn in Provo, Utah and came lo Canada at the ape of 18 years and has been a suc- cessful farmer at Welling ever since. He served as Scoutmas- ter fcr 25 years, member of Ihc Irrigation board, and was ac- tively engaged in the LDS Church serving as Sunday )LADY WANTFO Full or par) time. SEAMSTRESS. Write Bar ty Jim Elliot jw Phciie 378-2S36, Cclumbifl of Broadcasting. 9175-tf T HOME. CANADA'S 58 MALE HEtP WANTED PROCESSORS. NEEDED DRUMMER FOR ROCK 318-2911. group. and steady worn. i Phnne Jim, 328-9557. 3127-2J NEEDED LEAD GUITARISl COR RccV group. Experienced, and work. Phone Jim, 312B 24 49 MACHINERY WANTED NEEDED EAS5 PLAYER FOR Rock crouc. Experienced, steady work. >hcne Jim, 64 SEWING SERVICES DRESSMAKING DONE IN MY HOWE. 345-3205, Ceatdale. DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS. Reasonable. 48 riours service rq. quired. Phone 323-2964. l8f.a-l2N 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES DACHSHUND PUPPIES FROM REG istered female S25. 1604 20th M. WALE MINI A- EIGHT WEEKS OLD CHICHUAHUA Terrier pups for sale. Pliohii 32B-5CAO. 3026-11 POR SA1 REGISTER- Great Dane, female, papers. Phone REGISTERED ST. BERNARD PUPS. Eioht weeks old. Phono 756-3.108, Stir- GOOD HOME WAN 1 ED FOR CUTE 9 years, b e loved husband of Mrs. Georgian Pink of 1227 Mh Avenue S. The Fu- neral service will be held on Saturday, November 1971, at p.m. in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiat- ing. Interment will follow in Mountain V i e w Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects al Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. Phone 3 Avenue 23G1. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Fu- Provo; four daughters, Mrs. .Jessie P c n r o tl of Pleasant Grove, Utah. Mrs. Lola Bullock of Welling, Mrs. Darene Ander- son of Phoenix, Arizona, and Mrs. Keren Johnson of Ameri- can Fork. Utah; cne brother, Roy of Welling and three sis- ters, Mrs. Flora Penrod, Mrs. Ida Lunceford and Mrs. Dor- othy Wiscombe, all of Utah, and 34 grandchildren. He was predeceased by his father, Al- fred in liis mother, Cath- erine in 1942 and his sister, Lil- lian in 1962 and by one daugh- 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OWN YOUR O'.'-N a Dortable seed Nev-'ly mounted r crating. Tei'p trad Phone" 317-8101. BUSINESS! BIT. neral Service. j tCT) Funeral sen-ices be held in Uie Raymond Sec- ond Ward Chapel on Saturday, November 13th a! 10 a.m.. with (JRKEP Tilda Christian, Bishop Arvin Wilde officiating. passed in Raymond on Interment will follow in the Wednesday, November IOth. Archmount Memorial Gardens in Friends may I 65 LOST AND FOUND 42 TRUCKS FOR SALE 1971. at the age of 72 years, be- loved wife "of Mr. Stanley f.rcep of Raymond. Mrs. Tilda was bora in Spanish BE YOUR OWN BOSS FAMILY Utah on December 2nd, in tnjni price of sa.oco. write came Canada in H'raid-_________JJL l IMS and .sctUed in Raymond ARE Hunter Specials 42A TRUCK SUPPLIES 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED CALGARY COM.PANY commissioned salesmen excellent line of autcmn equipment, W REQUIRES to distribute j FOUND TWO HEREFORD BULL calves, about four months old. Island Grazing Reserve, Bov, island. 3119-15 Truck Sale PROpfl.NE TANK, 750 Phone 235-3133, Clares- 3119-13 LICENCED BODYMEN Ford wsth modern in rijrsi town. Must br> afc work and tnkp c'. I State experience nnd for riphf party. Ail replies U HerfllO. 59 MALE -FEMALE HELP WANTED ISORRFL LOST. LAST pcrng southwest cf Finder phor.e R.C NEED SOME MONEY FOR Watkins Products needs thr time helpers. Phone 327.7794. XM.AS? I ie parl- CB4-i9 13 TO RENT OR v-eldi-.a outfit. 358-3953. Dm cnly 303J-11 j YOU LIKE A BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN? You -ieed an cffice f0 at home. Ideal for husband and wife teams. Write Box STRAYED FROM BRODER FARM, six miles north of Brox- Elevator Two cows heifers. Fresh brand, rirj. Reward. Phone C Peterson. 327-2207 or ISaiamcns. 327-9244, CB334-U YARD. 330B 2nd N. I t C55SB-tf tial. No ld. All replies kept obligations. HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels rnd cnsl Ba'terles, radiators. D4VIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2r.d Ave. S. Phone 327-6741 W85-tf I AMBITIOUS CAREER MINDED iady and gentlernsn to train fcr man- aaement with an expanding chain cf adult dance academy. Remuneration commensurate with productivity. 377- U42, after 6 p.m. J9fiBJ! Installed IMPERIAL MOTORS and Tire Service and 7lh Cor. 2nd St. 5. i SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radiators i Batteries Always paying NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 30S 33rrj St. North LOST YOUNG ANGUS tt. Brftnri DO Ipf) h'p. :lnity of Lethbrldqe. P.f- rd Phon? 327-1377 66 PERSONAL REDUCED PRICE PUILD1NG fi. 4th r.rar Ave. S. Jf-r rcr.sir of warehouse. Onic 3103-n taint FOR LEASE AUTO BODY SHOP- Eleven year old building which eludes three regular size stalls, i booth and cne large stall to ho either Truck or bus. Contact Mrs. Parker, WE. Cnnmore, Albert or cnone tiller 6 p.m. _ 74 LOANS S INVESTMENTS PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KRE3S, OFFICE 266-6011; DENCE 6643, ANYTIME. RES: hc-.r parer.U, Mr. and Mrs. f John A. Cliristian. She re- ccived her schooling in the! Raymond scliools and was a de- j voted mnUicr and homemaker. meet the family prior to the service at the church. CHRfS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. ca-173 Stanley three daughters, Mrs. Albert" (Pearl) Del DON'T REPLY To this ed unless wanl SSOO per month or mere Di ered. Phone 32S-3953. noon t DIVORCE DO-IT-YOURSELF. 41J 13.53 West 10th Ave., Vancouver 9, i B.C. Priori- 738-1731. I17I-33W SCHWARTZ AGENCItS LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-333! widest facility available. We con- ALL TYPES of mortgage leans. ccmld- 6 p.m. 3035-H PER- LOCAL AIRLINE REQUIRES rnanent part-time ticket agent. Hours from to p.m., Monday _to Friday. Send resume to Time A.r- Ud" Le'caSn 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT 52 FARM EMPLOYMENT WANTED r E A CUP READING, hrough Saturday, 3'9 o.m. nn Cafe. TUESDAY W6J-tfh LIQUOR AND BEER Pickup and delivery service. Vendor hours' only. Minimum charge 52. jJ8- 6177. -----------------------If.'ARRI DOW'I PiY.'.'EriT APPRO1.' ED CREDIT THE PURCHASE ANY -iO OR U MOBILE ED WAN REQUIRES YEAR ork on farm with home and supplied. Experienced in and livestock. Ovlde Camp- eneral Delivery, Taber. LOCil- CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS JFIRM Require fldulf Bnd account- Ing personnel. Senior mo'riculBtlcn deslreblf, bu' not Successful applicants must be Inter- i ested In further study and may snrrj in the following courses of EXCLUSIVE MALE resncnrience section, write Dept. L. Box 0, Toronto 7, Ontario. "EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER- vice." All types of orchestras avail- able tor weddings, clubs, staff par. ties, etc. 2073-UN 75 CONTRACTS PAINT1KG DONE AT REASONABLE ratrs. All lobs guaranteed. Jerry, FREE ESTIMATES ON CpNCRETE OP-IVEWAYS. patios, rotaininti wallr.. floors, etc. Guaranteed workmanship Phone 327-2641. C7JOJ-H Bonila, Mrs Bert (Margaret) Hall of Raymond, and Miss llcnc Creep of Calgary and one son, Mr. Stanley P. Creep of Calgary; 11 grandchildren and five greal grandchildren. She was predeceased by her par- ents; seven brothers, Einer, John, Nephi, Andrew, Martell, Paul, and Joe and one daugh- ler, Mrs. Ray (Mary1) Powles- land. Funeral services will be held in the Taylor Stake Cha- pel in Raymond on Saturday, November" 13th at a.m., with Bishop Dwayne HaJ] offi- ciating. Interment will follow in t h e Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may rr.ect family and pay their respects from a.m. until prior to the ser-! vice in the Relief Society Room of the church. C11RISTENSEN i S A L M ON FUNERAL HOME I LTD., Directors of Funeral Scr- FUNERAL GAVDETTE Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Edna Gaudette, native daughter of Essex Coun- ty, Ont., wbo died at Clares- holm M o n d a y, Nov. 8, 1971, after a long ilhiess at the age of 77 years, was held at p.m Wednesday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. EI- Liot officiating. Pallb e a r e r s were J. E. Bruce, D. J. Logan, A L. Gaudette, N. T. Hodgson, J. R. Kimber and J. B. Lucia. Interment was in Mount a HOCKNSOX Funeral ser- I'ice for Neil llogenson, beloved husband of Mrs. Emma Hogen- ion of Stirling who died at Ray- mond Friday, Nov. 5, 1971, at the age of 95 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov 9. 1971, in the Stirling LDS Chapel with Elder Wayne Hartley officiat- ing. Pallbearers were Marvin Ross G., and Donald Hogen- son, Roy and Winton K. Bruce and Larry Waters. Interment was in the Stirling Cemetery. Christensen Salmon F u n e ral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. BOBINEC Requiem mass for John Aloyious Bobinec, be- loved husband of Mrs. Mary Bobinec of 515 12th St. N. who died suddenly in the city Fri- day, Nov. 5. 1371, at the age of 66 years, was said at 10 a.m. Monda} in St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Gas- Ion Marien the celebrant. Pall- bearers were Fred, Kenneth, Douglas and Lawrence Bobi- Johnny Koskewich, and William Masson. Ushers were Allen Willis and Barrel Koske- wich. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fn- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAM5 FIELD In loving memorj of Millard, who passed away November 11, 1970. remembered by his wife Mary, children and families. 3104 GYORKO In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father, fandfatter and Breat-grand- View Cemetery. Jbrtin Bros, father Hendnck, who passed Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- range tr en Ls away November 11, 1963. remembered by h i i wife, Margaret and farnilv. 3KS Pattern ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS- NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING PHONE JONES ROOFING, r.8 7415 FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, HO.VE LOTS UARA TEED TO ALL Also on Display 14 x 68 Chinooks In two and three bedroom models. WHERE QUALITY COST-: YOU LESS rV.ILES WEST ON HIGHWAY 7HR tl t. COALHURST MOBILE HOMES Phone 327-3744 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED BABYSITTING Hems nway Iron >nsrsl Account S4A LICENCED NURSERIES KPADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 32S-I3J5. COSTANZO'S DAY CARE !c( Audit Technic i Apply In writing slating qualifications, experience, etc. ID BOX 53, HERALD. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wllh a drinking prcblem. Phona or after o.m. TEENS i Marilyn 32S-B972; Jane B972 53B3-lfh GARAGE BUILDING., CEMENT and Andersen and '020 7th _.. _- S. Phone 327-4662. ALL REPAIRS CHIMNEY, FIRE- nd HARDING Passed away I the city on Monday, Xovem- j "c366i-ft I her fi, 1971, following a brief j Incss. Sir. Fred- crick Norman Harding, at. Hie age oi years, hcloved husband of C7377-K in; nt, brick, pain roofing ing. 323-1CS5. PLEASE READ YOUR AD 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED 61 TEACHERS WANTED TEACHERS WANTED C. R. Elk, Superintendent of Counly of Forty Mile Mo. 8 Foremost, Albertn SO, FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE CONSERVATION BY DOMESTICATION Part 4 PUBLIC NOTICES CHOUSE FOR SALE BY TENDER THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Mrs. Joyce Harding of 7-15 19ih Street N. The late Mr. Harding j was burn, raised and educated j in Lfthhi'idgt1. He was a plumb- j cr for several years prior to going overseas wilh Hie Cana- i dian Armed Forces during the i .second World War. He was with the city Fire Departments for four years and for the past if! years worked for the Postal De- j parlment in Ixjthbridgc. He was a member of the Canadian j Resides his loving wife j he is survived by his mother, j Mrs, JJarbara Harding, LHiv bridge, four daughters, Mr.s. 'LmiricM H. V PotLs, 1-ctli- bridge and Heather, Linda and Kcndra, all at home; three granddniighlcrs; two sisters, Mrs. (Kdinni H. W. and M r s. (Miu'is) H. J. Standing of IjOth- In memory of Russell T. Ball, who passed away November 11, 1969. Every day in some small way Memories of you keep coming our way. remembered by Bruce, Margaret and family. X2061 service iviM be held on Saturday, in St. t' AmliTu's PiTshylerian Church, i! al p.m., with Pnslnr W. ,1. (J.'imble officiating. Interment Make your (log's swoatcr now j (o have him in this dash- PAPP In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Joseph, who passed away No- vember 10, 1970. He meant so very much to us, That nothing we can say, Can still the grief that u In our hearts, A.s we think of him each day. missed by his wife Barbara; children, Donald, Debbie and Cecil. SI 06 BALL In loving memory of a dear father, Russell Thomas i Ball, wlio passed away Novem- ber 11, 1969. Two tired eyes arc resting, 1 Two willing hands are still, The one wlio always worked so bard. Is resting al God's will. God saw you getting tired. He knew you needed His garden must be beautiful. He only takes the best. Kvrr remembered by Sharon and Bob. 3107 ing set of warm worsted. B.M.I. In loving mcmorj1 j of a dear husband, father, and Walk jour dog in smart style Rramlfalhcr, Russell Tliomas -knit cozy lurtleneck sweater 'Field of i mid cap with pompon. Pattern Honour, .Mountain View Ceme- !''rk'rid.s their AI.VIN KIRBY SAVOY HOTEI AIVIN KIRBY (API'I K AND respcels at Martin Bros. MK- MOHIAI, 70S 13 jsirrct N., phcinn1 In lirn of fldu'crs, Ihoso who wish don.'ile lo the Canadian Hfl Canada lildg.. or to I IIP Charily choice. MARTIN LTD, Directors cif I'll- CW7I sizes 10, ia, included. SKVKNTY I-'IVK CKNTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, l'> cents for each patlcrn for firsl-class iv.ailinR and special lo TIIK i.KTiinn Kcadoi's Mail l.imilcd 60 1'Yon'. SI reel West Toronto 1, Otnario MICMAI.D Ball, who passed away Novem- ber I0f.il. The love he gave us in happy bygone years, The comfort of his presence in joy and tears, sacrifice he made along the path he trod. Is remembered by all w h n loved him ns be rests in with God. Sadly missed ,-iixl lovingly remembered by wife, jMary, and families. 310"