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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -43A MOBILE Tuesday, November 14, 1972 57 FEMALE HELP MALE -FEMALE HELP I n i c-7 a I f; cJ-Jecitlify MOBILE HOME, FURNISHED, 17 DISHWASHER 213-3431, Tnbct. 1777- i3ntjhal Chop Surjy. Reallor con guaranlee you success In Real Eslalc ljul v.e tnn cjiva you honesl answers lo your questions al BLOCK BROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD-For personal Inlervicw call Frank Tlnordl al 3I8-1W-I (days) or f'V O 1949 FLEETWOOD DELUXE TRAILER moBlle name. Tlircc bedrooms ULL AND PAKT-TIME HELP RE-qi'lrcd. Apply In person lo No 12 Foolhills Trailer Court. O.uier moving, must sell. Phone Plncher Creek. "J FS LADY WANTED QUALITY Bakery, IWO Mayor ftlaejrath. Drive. luxe homo Irc.iled en rily trailer park. Spanish design. Immaculate. WAITRESS WANT-ED IMMEDIATELY. APPLY CIAIIK Dan and Joan are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, Dana Kalhryn, November 10, 1972. VIOLA Angela, of Raymond, passed away in Card-slon on Monday, November Mill, 1972, beloved husband of Mrs. Cclia Viola of Raymond. Funeral arrangements will ba announced when completed CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge cf arrangemenls. SEUA Julia, passed away in the city on Monday, November I3lh, 1972 at (he age of 73 years, beloved wife of Ihe lato Frank Sera, of 1505 13th Ave. N. Prayers will be held in the Chrislensen Chapel, Wednesday, November 15 at 7 p.m. Funeral services will be held in St. Andrew's Presbyterian church on Thursday, November 16th at p.m., Rev. G. Teles officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENS.'TN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. C5478 1970 11 X SI PAGE MOBILE HCWC Wlin h x ailclliicn Furnished find carpeted. Coniple'e v.ilh awnmcjs. ra-lio p allnrrn ircn rai -Inqs Fenced. Located on city Ifinlcr par', Pfione filtrr 6 p TO COME IN BABYSIT nfdnl, afternoons only beginning January. Phone 32B-6J92. LIVE IN, FOR conqcnia! older couple One fi semi-invalid. Town of Taber, Phone 223-2209 or v.rile Box 1334, Taber. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE REQUIRES INSTRUCTORS (Evening Courses) GOLF PUBLIC SPEAKING ACCOUNTING INDOOR GARDENING SEWING KNITS FOR MEN AND BOYS HAIR STYLING FOR WOMEN LINGERIE SEWING SEWING WITH KNITS M.ACRAM.E LEATHER CRAFTS HOME MOVIE MAKING CREATIVE DECORATIONS UPHOLSTERY CHALLENGE FOR CHARM LAW FOR THE HOME OWNER AND CITIZEN RE5INCRAFT For furlher informaiion, BUY YOUR NEW MOBILE HOME BEFORE FREEZE-UP GCOD SELFfTlO'JS IN 15, 1-1 and DOUBLE VViDES YOUR DISCOUNT CENTRE LOOK MOBILE SCO'IT Passed away on Sunday, November 12, 1972, Ella Johanna Scott, aged 72 years, of Fort Macleod. The funeral service will be held in the Salvation Array Chapel on Wednesday at p.m., Envoy Carole Pickering officiating, assisted by Envoy Darlene Col-ton. Interment in Union Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. OFFICE CLERK Typing; shorlhand or dictaphone pre furred. Wrile Box 71, Herald. FOR ONE DAY A WEEK (Wednesday) for yeneral housework Phone alter 4pm. 377-2936. m m mm Int. 1972- World rifhn Linden, passed away in Ihc city on Monday, November 13th, 1972 at the age of 7C years, beloved husband of Mrs. Beatrice Nilsson of 1131 2Blh St. S. Funeral arrangements will ba announced when c o m p 1 c ted. CIIRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. C5477 CRYING HEAD Ricky, passed away in Cardston on Monday, November 13Lh, 1972, at the age of two years, beloved son cf Slephan Day Rider and Theresa Crying Head. Requiem mass will be said in Ihe Lavern Catholic Church on Thursday, November 16th at 10 a.m., with FaLher J. Rcgnier ES celebrant. Interment will REQUIRED Coalhurst D27-3MJ Sales Manager, Karl Wilde 323-7-J42 C cxpcrienoL-. Steady work. Apply to Ducan Industries, JJ3 lOtri SI. LEFT OVER? _A few brand new units Irom OLT Spectacular. 12x43. only Three bedroom, colonial The BEST you can buy in s SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR Goctl lypi.Tg, plMsant personahly. Experience preferred. Wrile Harald, Box 72. he's line, Mom lie's standing right here waiting to say hello to Passed away in the city on Friday, November 10th, 1972, following a brief Illness, Mr. Giuseppe (Joe) Com-ai at the age of 53 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Luigina Comai of Lomond. Prayers will be said on Wednesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Thursday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father G. Marien celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C5481 BUSINESS William, passed away in Calgary, Sunday, November 5, 1972, at the age 90 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Eunice Alspach of Calgary. Predeceased hy one son William in Kartell, and cue daughter Lucy Workman in Sale, Australia. Survivors are four grandchildren, David Workman and Louise Workman both of Calgary, Susan Workman, Vancouver and William (Buff) Workman, Peachland, B.C.; one brother in Delphis, Ohio and several nephew and nieces. MONTHLY (Depending on abilily) InlDrnahonal affilialed company, expanding in Lethbridge, seeks 10 people (or opporlunily in management and management Irair.ees. Won- management posilions also available. Call Pclcr Presland, 327-5701, Wednesday, November 15 between 10 a.m. and Two bedrnams, utility lully Furnished 1-1x6-1, O'JLY TILE AND CEMENT work. Double J- Construct an. RETAIL SEAFOOD BJSI-ness In southeastern B.C. and Alberln tor Inveslmenl. Grosses per Year, new equipment Inc uded. Box ISIS, 0-Mton, B.C., aunt. All unils sellinc, al a few dollars over cost. Low dov.n terms Don't wait 'or the cnaw to of Personnel LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Lethbridge, Aha. Phone 327-2141, Ext. 216 NUfABERS 3, i, S, IS, 27 31, 37, 50, 51, 5J, 56, 62, come n and MAKE A DEAL. UNITED MOBILE HOMES D v: Uniled Co. L'd. nrd Ave 1-1 :i Sec-': D-ive Phor.e cr J27-I7L; TIME Tremendous potential in the billion dollar a vear casselle field. Proleded territory. S350 investment fully secured by stock. Hurry Chr stmas is coming, write success Tapes of da Ltd., ill E, Broadway, Vancouver, B.C NEEDS HELPERS" to service Ihc people wfio are leaking for gifts from our top line of "skin care, cilelries and Xmas gills for all the In-iily. Make extra money for lhcs-2 Irtings you want, become a "counselor" wilfi Ihe company lhat has been in Canada over 40 years. For Inforrna-ion, phone 328-98-12 cr 3i7-2513. Write Vanda Beauly Counselor, 36J2 The Minlsier of Agriculture, Depart menl ol Agriculture, Edmonlon, A ber-la, requires thai Palrons o Ch nook Callle Co., (1971) Ltd., Medicine Hfll, Alberln, Livestock Dealer under Ihe Alberla Livestock and Live-slock Products Act until May 17, 1972, furn sh the said Mlnisler by the lllh, day of December, 1972, wllh particulars cf any claims ar sing out of Ihe sale cf livestock to Ihe said Johnnie Chinook Co., (1971) Ltd., and tor which Ihey have nol received payment. Such claims for non payment ol livestock arc to be supported by Statutory Declaration In duplicate and accompanied by N.S.F., cheque, sale slip or other document supporting Ihe Irans-aclion. Copies of the Statutory Declaration forms may be obtained from the Llve-s ock Branch, Deparlmenf of Agriculture, 10405 KiOtn Avenue, Edmonton, Dlreclor, Animal Induslry AGENCIES LTD. (Established 1927) PHONE 328-3331 "tisf with the Leader" MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Meat Market Ona year old. Show-Ing aocd returns. Owner anxious to sell 'due lo 111 health, contact Roy Cleana at 127-6X15. M.L.S. and wake v.dll be held at the home of Bob Black Plume on Wednesday evening, November 15th. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of funeral Service. C5-176 YUEN Parsed away in the city on Friday, November 10, 1972, Mr. Bing Yuen at the age of 73 years of 308 2nd Avenue S. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S.. wilh Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will iollow in the Chinese section of Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 3rd Avenue S. Phone 320-2301. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5479 HURST Passed away in the city on Monday, November 13th, 1972, following a brief illness, Mrs. Winnifred Florence Hurst at the age of 62 years of 1901 10th Avenue N., beloved wife of the late Mr. Montague H. C. (Shorty) Hurst. The late Mrs. Hursl was born, raised and educated in Minnesota and came first lo Saskatchewan and then to Lethbridge in 1919, where she has continued to reside until her passing. She was a member of Ihe Legion Ladies Auxiliary and had belonged for 30 years (life She was predeceased by her loving husband, in March 1972, and is survived by two sons, George Hurst of Lcthbridge, Dennis Hurst of Coaldalc or.e daughter, Mrs. H. (Jean) Stanley of Kam-loops, B.C.; 11 grandchildren; two sisters, Mr. Alvina Piraux and Mrs. J. (Blanche) Klipar-chuk, both of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at 3 p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, wilh Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemelery. Friends may pay their respects al Martin B r o s. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 012 3rd Avenue S, phone 323-2361. Those who wish may donale lo the 44 AGRICULTURAL WANTED FEED BARLEY. HANEY Farms, Picture BuHo. AND HOUSEWIVES To da clcasanf telephone survey work from your own hcme lor approximate-y fsur Must live in cily. No experience necessary as we train. Musi have a plessanl telephone voice and able lo work a minimum of 30 hrrjrs a week. Salary and bonus. Ap ply lo Box 76, Herald, giving slreel address, phone number and ace. EDUCATIONAL Passed away in the city on Saturday, November 11, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Florence Kate Battist at the age of 92 years of the Edith Cavell Nursing Home. Born in France Ihe late Mrs. Battist came to Canada many years ago and was a longtime resident of the cily. She is survived by two soas, Ernest of Vancouver and Roy of Lethbridge and by one daughter, Mrs. Lcuise Thomason of Phoenix, Arizona. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 1 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Keilh Churchill officiating. Cremation will follow. Friends may pay their respects al Marlin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13lh St. N. until p.m. on Wednesday. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of. Funeral Service. C5480 S 0 0 Nl BARTENDERS SCHOOL 15 vears experience cocktail miKer also live years al the Beachcomber- Complete cocktail course Including the special cocktails Iran Ihe Islands. Male and females day or evening classes. Wrile to Box 75, Herald, giving particulars and phone number. of Bow Valley Lodge, Calgary, Saturday, November llfh, 1072, Mrs. E. Gladys MacKenzie, aged 73 years, formerly ol Lelribcidgu. She was predeceased by her husband, Alexander in 1962. Was a member of Ihe Canadian Red Cross, Women of the Moose Lodge 951, Star and Crescent Lodge L.O.B.A. 215 Mewata Golden Age Club. The Diabetic Association, and the Evangelical Free Church. She is survived by a brother, Hector H. Ingram, Calgary, also, nieces and nephews, Mrs. John (Dulcie) Conway, England, Mrs. Edwin J. (Edith) Ecthell, Calgary, Mr. H. K. (Bud) Ingram, Edmonton, ML-S. Ray (Vilma) Flaig, Calgary, Mrs. Gunlher (Lorrayne) Breckncr, Calgary, Mrs. Robert (Pat) Kearns, Calgary, Mr. Doran Ingram, Calgary, Mrs. Dennis (Barbara) Cahoon, Calgary. Services conducted by the Rev. Tony Hanson, Tuesday (today) November 14lh. p.m. THE CHAPEL ON THE 45 AUTOS CASH PAID For used cars aid trucks cr will ac-cepl consign menf. TOWN "fr COUNTRY MOTORS Phone CONSTRUCTION WORK-ers. Get more money, promollons-Learn Blueprint reading Ihe easy way. Practical Home Study Diploma Course. Free information. Write, today. Primary Drafting School, Box 621BLH Station F., Hamilton, Ontario, 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED HOLSTEIN MILK MALE HELP TIME DRAFTSMAN RE-quired For Lelhbrldge office. Reply n wriling lo Box C, Klpp, Alberla. GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES TENDER BUILDING CONSTRUCTS. 4 Sealed Tenders marked "ConlracI No. are Invlled but must be received al Ihe 'office of the General Manager, Alberta Government Telr-phones, 10030 100 Slreel, 31st Floor, Edmonlon, Alberla T5J QN5, nol later than p.m. M.S.T., Thursday, January 11, 1973, for: Esllmale 950205, Addition to the Calgary 7lh Avenue Central Ollicc Build-Ing, 1st Street and 7lh Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberla, for the construct on of a 17 slorey structural steel and concrete building (approx. 123' x 143') plus associated tunnel construction and demolition work. Completion dale shall be January 24, 1975. Bid Sets may be obtained from the office of Abugov and Sunderland, Ar-chltecls and Consulting Engineers, No. 100, 509 7lh Avenue S-W., Calgary, Alberla T2P 1AB, and are available to contractors opcrat ng In the Province of Alberta on deposit of a Cert lied Cheque In the amount of Two Hundred end Fifty Dollars for a u I set of drawings and specifications or One Hundred and Seventy Five Dol-ars lor a partial set, which will he. refunded If Plans and Specification! are returned to that office within Seven (7) days afler closing dale' cf lenders, o herwlse the deposit shall be lorlell. Eath lender must be accompanied by a Bid Bond In the value of len (10) per cent of the DEAD STOCK FREE OF charge. LETHBRIDGE P.ENDERING. Phone 328.1336, Ulhtndge. LOST AND TRUST HARDWARE AND GIFT SHOP In choice soulh side local on, showing excellent return on investment. Three year lease remaining on good fl. building. All slock and equipment Included In full price of Owner selling because of other Interests. M.L.S, DOWNTOWN LETHBRIDGE We have listed B sq. foot business building In choice downtown location, ccnla ns front show room 2axM ft., a second showroom 24x30 fl., a shop area 24x45 n. plus Iwo offices and washrooms. Try S22.0DO ensh lo mortgage, Owner anxious lo sell. Exclusive. CARDSTON Excellent opportunity to Invesf In a farm service centre, car, truck and mach nery dealerships available. Eighi suites partially furnished. Building Is approximately sq. It. of cement block consl ruction with 400 ft. main street frontage. Owner Is rctlr ng. if you ore Interested give us a call. Phone 328-7761 Our new address 7 Street South HORSES ALL IMMEDIATELY TRUCK drivers fcr crude cil haul In southern Alberla. Must have gas dicsel IrucK experience. Parl time bul may info full lime. All replies slriclly ccnfidential. V.'rile Bex 68, AND SIZES ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry Phone 328-2911. CAT, VICINITY 131h St. S- Phone 32B-544fi. MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Whclesale and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone Lclhbrldge. .LOST STEER CALF, Brand riphr rib. Ndch in 1 1 Ja lone ear, R. Harris. Phone PART-TIME MAN WANTED IN MEN'S MADE-TO-MEASURE CLOTHING STORE. MUST HAVE EXPERIENCED IN MEASURING FOR MADE TO MEASURE CLOTHES. APPLY ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLLEN CO. LTD., CENTRE VILLAGE MALL, LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 328-8031. 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES THREE HEREFORD COWS. Brand right ribs, (racked Elo Maqralh area. Phone 753-215J, Raymond. WANTED MAHOGANY DINING room table 22E-2192. C5410 THE PERSON WHO PICKED up a kitchen chair on Ihe Coulls Highway, please contact- us, 357-9226. MEMORIAMS STEVENSON In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Alice Reva Stevenson, who passed away November 14, 1968. Gone, but not forgotten. Ever remembered and sad- EMPLOYMENT FOR DEPENDABLE MAN AS WAREHOUSE AND RELIEF DRIVER SALESMAN FOR WELDING DISTRIBUTOR KNOWLEDGE OF WELDING AND CLASS THREE DRIVERS LI-CENSE PREFERRED, BUT NOT ESSENTIAL APPLY AT WESTERN CANADA WELDING PRODUCTS 912 1st AVE. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA. SCRAP STEEL CAST IRON Batter es. VARZARI IRON SCRAP YARD, 3303 2nd Ave. N. Phono 32B-9UZ- ENTERTAINMENT SER-vice DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS VfEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE HIGHEST PRICES FOR Melals, Steels and cast Batteries, radialors-DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone Interment Queens Park Cemetery, Calgary. national housebuilding company requires immediately, experienced framing and stucco crews. For further information contact Engineered Homes at 327-0219, week days a.m. p.m. ANONYMOUS Anyone with drinking problem. Phone H7-B04? or 320-3246, efler missed by Harding and Mary, grandchildren, Harding Jr., Jo-Anne and Shirl. 1786 SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 20i !3rd St. N. Are you living with a problem drinker in your home? There Is understanding and help For you Phone Jean 327-BHO, Marilyn 326-8972; Jane 327-7006. In loving memory of Mrs. Reva Stevenson, who passed away ber 14, 1908. Resting where no shadows fall, In perfect peace she await] us all. LOANS INVESTMENTS TO SERVICES AND 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT to furnish a Performance Bond and a Labour and Malerlal Payment Bond, each In the value of flfly (50) per cent of Ihe Contract. Plans and specifications have been placed In the Construct on Assoclalions at Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Lethbr dge, Vancouver, Reqlna, Winnipeg, Toronto and Montreal for Ihe use of the sub-contractors. Sub-trade lenders will be submitted through the Alberta Bid Depository Limited, Calgary Branch, Alberla. All Inquiries regardinq the work of this tender shall be directed to Abugov and Sunderland, Plione (4M) 2W-S6J1, Ca gary. The right Is reserved to rcjcc any or a 1 bids, j. W. Dodds General Manager TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings, repair work. Phone 328-7362. MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 -7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 C 521 WILL BABYSIT IN MY OWN HOME, north side. 327-3519. VACUUM SALES AND SERVICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH-BR1DGE 32B-BV62. missed by all the family 1785 WILL BABYSIT ONE CHILD IN MY home week Apply No. 9, 1619 Scenic Heights, after 4 p.m. STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dalers, etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 33B-51H. WOULD TO BABYSIT IN MY north side home, Monday Ihrouqh FT -day. S45 per monlh. Phone 323-8564. Agencies (1972) Ltd. College Mall, Phone 32B-3331 Res dential, commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town Lowest Interest rates available. First and second mortgages. In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Stanley Larter, who passed away November 14, 1971. Just a prayer from those who loved you Just a memory fond and true. In cur hearts you live forever. MALE -FEMALE HELP SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vices an all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, elc. No too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, !D5 3rd Ave. Phone 327-1456. WEST INDIAN WOMAN, CLEAN, honest, requires as live-In domes-He or -babysitter in Lelhbridge or Calgary. Phone (O.t, -135-707.1 or wrile Box 3J7, Sparwocd, B.C. of Canada THIS COMPETITION IS OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN INDUSTRIAL INSTRUCTOR -METAL WORKER S3.6P hsur Department of Solicitor General, Canadian Penilenliary Service, DrumhLller, A terla. Supervises direclly Ine activities cl several inmdres, providing fheo'elicsl and practical job 1 raining in prcciucts; maintains gocd order and discipline, cuslctly, saftly and securily equiprnenl in the Lhcp is in a safe operable cunclihon; acts as on !o the correclicnJl process; performs re ulcd dulies as Interested applicants should competes four years' apprenticeship training m sheet melal or melal working, have several yecr-.' rtldlccl exr.'-rlbncc some of capjcily. iiince a large volume nl Ihe work is of welded fabrication, CM should have relaled experience In gas, C ectric and weldlnq, Ouole CompeMion Mi.1. 72-E-622. Dia-101, nvail-ibl" .Tl f.n Cnntrcs, O' I ices ol Ihe Puclic Ssrvire Commission ol Canada anil all Pc'.i Office-., lo In-e C.inada Manpower Cenlre, 550, Drumhellcr, AILerla. C 5443-1 BOOKKEEPER DESIRES WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, plunges down shaft NEWCASTLE, N.B. (CP) An investigation is under way into the cause of an accident Monday in a newly-constructed shaft at the Heath Sleele Co. mining operation north of icre that killed one man and injured four. Donald Comeau, 32, of Bath-urst, N.B., was killed and foil-other workers were injured when a bucket-type elevator they were riding fell 50 to 00 feel, down a mine shaft. They were employed sinking a new shall at the iinc-lcad-cop-pc7 mining operation and had just returned from llicir lunch break when Ihc mishap occurred. Morris Macdonald of Waycr-ton, N.B., and Heno Frenetic of Rc-csford, N.D., were reported in serious condition in hospilal nl Saint .lolm. Frank Harris nt Ihc Chaplin Island road was reported in sciious condition in hospital in Moncton and Ciuy Fronctlc of Petit Roclicr, was reported in satisfactory condition in hospita here. Mr. Comeau died while being lakcn by helicopter lo hosjiial in Saint John. The men were employees of Ross-Finlay Ltd., mining Nursing Home, passed awny in Lethbridge on Sunday, November 12, 1972, at the ago of 07. Mr. Rollag was bom in Elbow Lake, Minncsola in IBM, married Amanda Uesjidahl, June 16, 1907. They moved to Canada in 1909 and homestead-cd in the Wrentham district. He will be remembered for the construction of many ro.ids in that area. For a number of hfi served on Ihe Wrcntham School Board. In 1939 he moved to Wynndcl, B.C., where lie owned a fruit farm. In 19J9 he moved lo Lethbriilge wlic-c lie resided nn'iil liis passintz Survivors include his beloved wife. Amanda, Lethbridge; one son, Lawrence of Edmonton; [our daughters, Mrs. Henry (Roso) liarlon, Lelhbridge, Mrs. Harold (.losie) Williams, Lcthhridpe. Mrs. Union (Luclla) Hrandley. Fort Macleod, Mrs. Gordon (Helen) Mackenzie, 19 grandchildren and k'rcnt-grandchildrcn and one brolher, Oscar in Oak Harbor, Washington. He was pcdeceascd by two sons, Martin in IWili, Olio in 1972 and one grandson, Brian Mackenzie The funeral service will be held on November Hi 'i p.m. [mmanunl L u 1 h cr a n Church (inthSt. Ave. wilh Rev. Waller Scliocnp officiating. In-Vermont will follow in Arch-mount Memorial In icu of flowers donations may >e mndc to Ihc Crnicrr Socicly or Ihe charilv of flicir choice. CHRISTF.NSEN SALMON FIT-WHAT, HOME LTD., Ilroc-lors of Funeral Service. Exper enced in manufacturing, retailing, construe! Ion. All aspects n-clude payroll, prcfil loss, elc. Phsne 32B-8iA2 ROTTED MANURE AND TOP-soil. Phone 329-3289, Lelncrldge. Cancer Society 409 Canada Trust Bldp. Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral missed by his loving wife Peg: daughter, Lily; son, Jf.nrland and Marilvn. 1754 TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and felling. Call 328-209.1. AND J EQUIPMENT COMPAC-lion and concrete equipment, Bobcat oaders, heaters. Phone 328-4765. Ulo 2nd Ave. S. 54A LICENCED KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six to six years Phons 323-3835. Baby Cenlre 32S-2509. Hedge Irimmlng, trees Irimmed or removed. For prompt service 327-26J1. REPAIRS CARPENTRY, roofing specializing In chimneys, brick, cement blccks, cement (inishing, sluc-coing, fireplaces, house ra sinn. 328-026i. Passer1, away in Ponoka on Saturday, November 11, following a lengthy illness. Mr. Jacob Jaworsky, at Ihe age of 75 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mabel of 1222 3rd Avenue S. Horn in Poland, the late Mr. Jaworsky lias lived mcft of Ihe last 40 years in Lcllibridge and was involved in the buying and minim; of harness horsM, which he raced in mnny parts of Canada and Ihc Unilcc', States. He retired from this due to ill hcallh about five ycarr, ago. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons, seph and James: two daiifih-crs, Mrs. R. M. (Bernire) Walker and Miss Janet Jaworsky all of Irf'lhbririgc; three grandchildren, and Iwo brothers, John of Monlrcal nnrt nlph nf Bracken, Saskatchewan. Pi-avers will be s.iid on Tuesday (lonighl) al 7 p.m. h Marlin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 012 3rd Avenue S. llcquir-m Wriss bo cclc-iraled on Wednesday nl n.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Kcv. Father M. Oillis O.M.I, cclitanl. Inlcr-menl will follow in Mnunl Calvary scclion. Mountain View Cemetery. Friends iray pay heir rospcels nt Marlin Bros. TRADITIONAL H12 Ird Avnr.ic S. plume .TUI-23GI. MARTIN BROS. LTD, Directors of tho Funeral In loving memory of my dear son. Stanley, who passed away November 14, 1971. Peacefully sleeping, resting ,-.f last, Earth's weary troubles and Irinls arc past. In silence he suffered with IK'.lience he bore, Till Cod called him home to puller no more. r c in c m b c r e d by mother. 1756 llAfiMNY In loving mom- 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT POULTRY AND ROASTING HENS, SIX LBS. and over, pan ready, 3i ccnls per 10., also trycrs 43 cents per Ib. on dcz. lols. Free dc ivcry. H. Dyck, Coal-dole. Phone 245-312.1. C52H- REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, garage, kitchens, eabinels, ceramic tile. Town or coun-Iry. Phone 328-2071. ODD JOB5 DONE. PHONE afler f, p.m. STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free eilimdles- Phone 327-8286. 56 FARM HELP PETS AND SEVERAL EXPERIENCED COMBINE men and also IrucK drivers to work in Red Deer area. Pnor.c Honry Malto-ottl 337-7191. DANE PUPS, REGISTERED. Championship' slock'. Phone' Spring Coulee. 494- BUILDING, C E rA E H T work and stuccoing. Anderson d nd Sorenscn Construction, 1020 7lh Ave. S. Phone 327-6462. 57 FEMALE HELP IRISH SETTERS Locslly bred and rais-d Fie d breeding. Phone aflcr S p.m. for viewing. KAY-CEE KENNELS Lelhbridge, Alberta WORK, REMODEL-Inrj, repairinq, elc. Town or country. E and L Construcllon. Phono 32B-2D77 or 328-2237. SMILING WOMAN SmIIInq woman ys per wiyk, Iwo hours a fiva dnys n For appoinlmenl Infr.rvjew ca Personnel Department nt Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, befween and p.m. CUPBOARDS, RUMPUS rooms All your remodelllnn needs. No ob too small. Free es II males, GuaranieecJ werkmanship. Phone na-OTD7 or 115-1493. ol a dear husband and faihcr, Aicc Harsany, who .insscd nway November 14, 19BH. Beautiful memories woven in gold. is the pk't'.i.-e your loved ones hold. Deep in our hearts your memory is kepi. To love and lo cherish and nrvor forgol. Always loved, sadly missed and never forgo1 ten iy wife Emma and Craig, Bonny, Jcannie and R.indy. 1784 FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE TOWARDS THE CLOSED ECONOMY Part f OR -J.Y cciij-iruii o, WATi-a, Ifj TI'I Nr H.UI" MANV CAIINOr liii. oruy ppAf.r.GArtLr snuacr. 1 lif ___ 1 "A N 7lir- DiL-P.ICM V 'A or- niVvBi a PI i or- POT.-I WATLP. OWING A PHOT SCI IN MhXIGQ. A. BU i.r on A r-.AKr. of nfjHOfir; rRi AMD lM AftU DUABI. f j :ffl cf-ji i y m KV TM ooc.Ki-iT.Li.nK. UrlfiMiOM "IO D PBODIJCI; W-MI P_, AMI) I'OOD -M i-tr IN MF.S10KIAMS ON I'AGF, 2.1 ;