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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Jg _ IMF IFlHURlROr IIFR 41 PRODUCT. FOR ''Alt 42 TRUCKS FOR "TRUCK SUPPLIES Truck Tiro in IMPERIAL MOlORS end Tire Service Cor. 2nd If In your Own sr.iy e faring oppcrtuni'y. CALL OR '.'.'RITE MRS. M. A'rr-rr-T. LEASE APPLY TO BOX 69, HERALD 1 TEACHERS TRAVEL IN MEMORIAMS RKH7.K In loving mem-orv of a dear husband, father and grandfather. Steve, who passed away November 23. 19ffi. The vears are swiftly passing, But still we don't, forget. For in the hearts thnt loved i ou Your memory lingers yet. remembered by his v.-ife, children and grandchildren. 3606 Flight Information to EUROPE HAWA -WFXICO SPAIN The m.--st eccnomical way lo travel Write us detail? SUN FUN HOLIDAYS 400 Lancasler Bldg., 304 8th Avenue 5.W., Calgary 2. Phone 269-1487 A LFADItIC- APPLIANCE _-YuRER REOUIRES PART DEMONSTRATOR SALES CLF TRA'M'iC- PROVIDED S M PL''-. CO'.V'.MSSION ARRANGE INTERVIEW BY '.VRIT1NS Mr. Dan Mandryk 720 17th Ave. S. W Calgary, Alta. Stenographer I 0 a D rn rr a P r. 1 BOISE CASCADE 1 HOME AND LAND LTD. P 0. Brx 7'C HUXLEY SCHOOL 1 d n C 62 EDUCATIONAL In loving mmory of a dear father and grand-i father. Andrew Dykes, who i passed aw-av November 22, 19G3. A silent" thought, a little i prayer. 1 Knowing you are in God's i care. i and always remem-! bered by Bob, Sadie, Bobby, i Dale ad Diane. i 3603 WINTER CLEAN-UP. mp service. PJione FULLY INSURED TREE SUR CJTTING, TRIMMING, ETC P E 329-509J. MOVING p 'jialiZQ in moving lartor type for sale. Evergreen trees ut n t tall Phone 327-6173. after 6 Nipawin, Sask.; two brothers Mr. Jake Teichrcb, Ratner Sask. and Mr. .lohn Tcichreb Tisdale. Sask. The funeral SIM vice will held on Friday, a p.m.. in the Pentecosta Tabernacle, with Pastor W. .1 Gamble offiea'.ing. Intermcn i will follow in Archmciint Mem cri.il Gardens. Friends ma pav their respects at Marli Bro.5. TCADITONAL POULTRY AND ni'-T SPECIAL HEAVY ROAST NG P- V-H "S. SchV'-V ''-''r'- H' In loving mern-. orv of a dear husband. John Wcslev Tavor, who passed away 'November 2.1. 1970. 1 Time cannot dim the face I SEWING SERVICES r. r.tH GEESE BEING BUTCHERE _____ In-'d.iy and Thursday, this week, A'ILL DO IIO'lir.G, SE.VING AtD.it. fjil, iOc Ib. nnen. LnkMIJs Corner 3rd Lethbridgc Phone 327-0323 or 327-1730 45 AUTOS WANTED CASH PAID Fcr LSerf n-> -V.1 cept 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES TO 226 67SI. AWTRD ONE LOHG-HAIPED .rpy. 'Phor.e 317-6169, ft'l'Jr S p rn GPKAT DAME PUPS THOME 75H- Deaths Yesterday By TOE CANADIAN PRESS Ryp, Stem, H. 46 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES FOCD carts. l-r'.'--n 5 i'-'l 7334. 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED DEAD STOCK P LETHE" Prono L 66 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS sprlr-o coulee. spoils broadcaster and j j author of The Taste of Ashes, at ius hime. (ios- sclin, -17. journalist with Ihe .....i in Frcnrli of the Mmit- i real hr.reaii of The Canarlian when Ins rar left, the road and on the i l-atirentian Auloroiile near..St. buy j Jerome. ST BERMARD PUPS weeks old. 75S-3J08. 3360.13 OF GEP.BELS CAGE 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES YOUR O'.VN BUSi: -.nrtdr.lc seed cleanin T f E N S 'es Fcr Snlc 26 stool counter. All fixt avoilciblo immrjdiotcly. 50 SCRA f OPF Cifltle MISC. ARTICIIS WTD. P iTEF r.-.-.r cnlnr Mnnncir- nation Stores, 317 3 51. Ir.ihhridqf- Phono 377- 1 10. Halifax. N.S.-Cynl (Swiftyl Robinson. 62, veteran reporter who headed Weekend j magazine's Halifax bureau, in hospital after a lengthy illness. Arthur Vallee. 5S. head of l.uc hospital's railiolopy rlcpartment in Mcint- real, when he choked tn death rR' in a rolaur.'ir.t I1 ri n re .Mlicrl. S.'isk. Nick Hoclie. W. news nml sjxirls rdi trtr radio .Oal.ion rlsT.l. in a i car accident lunch for FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE MEASUREMENT OF ODOR POLLUTION Part Z IV r I I an (I. "i'l. K'niald V Oarrclt. j former man with the Wellnml Tribune, liranlfoi-d K.xposilnr. Tor'inln World, Ottawa Journal Prince Albert Herald and (Jail Heporl- er. Vort C. ttlL- r.l. rliairman of the hoard Xerox of a heart attack l-'mli'rirlnn A. nalion.'d .'iecrc- lary of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs from lo IK1, after a linRlby illness. S.MDKVMl'S IIISKASV. is so (losely ro latrd In dial i! is Ire- rel'crred to by physi cians as I h e "sinokrr'.s dis- ease." i Friday. (Courtesy parking at' the rear of th.- chapel.) MAK- j TfN BROS. LTD., Directors of i Funeral Service. C1711 FUNERAL love. The voice I heard each day, In his kind and loving way. In my heart you will always stay. Loved and remembered every day. .....Ixivirgly remembered by his wife. 36M STUl'OAR In loving mern- away November ?3. 1969- In our home slip is fondly romemN'rod. mrmones rlinc )n brr name. wlio lovrd lira- In life sincerely Still love her just the same. I-ATr remembered by the (air.ily. Mil SALMON Funeral sen-ice i for Holier Johnalhon Salmon.' son of the world uheat king ol ory of a dear mother and J1912 ami beloved husband of, grandmother. Nancy, who pass- j Florence Kalmon of i ed St. who died in the city! j Thursday. 11171. al the1 ape of 71 years, was held at 2 p.m Saturday. Nov. 211. IfiTl. in the Ohristensen CIiajK1! with Rishop It. Kelk offieintinR. I'all- hearcrs u'ere Jim Cuupland, Vince Wheeler. 1 George. Kokoski. Joe Tanaka and Interment was in Mountain View Ceme- AMIKi: IM-'.IDIC In loving memory of a dear lather nnd Kramifather, Fred, who passed away 1970. eyes are two willim; hands are sljll. The u-ho always worked .'.n hard is restitlR at will r.nd you nctfing l.ij-eH, He knew >ou needed rest, Ibs garden nilisl be beautiful lie only takes Ibe bc.'rt. cicillisi ii-nienihcred by his dair'liters. son and families. Mil SASKATOON K'l'l liape seed crops in the Ilivce prairie1 hnl mill in provinces could be hit by ory of our it blend'; fin- lU-rtha army worms. ratteni even umre dam; ;'e lhan the says Dr. Howard Mel lona'f', assistant director of j the federal research station. (TATS (coinsi [or n.-n-h pallertl i no Speal.uu; al a meeting of the stamps, please i ad.I 15 cents 1 soelcly (it S'l.skal i [or each pattern for first-claw diowan he said: "f just do not In mcnv di-ar mother and .lot-sic Kprlak. November 2.'-, j I ilitif! and special handling know is going lo happen ill I would say have some pupae ill mi'. IIKIIALD imw an lieaili I.-, )'ail l.iiinieil shape Toronio I, ninnrio sort frf a silualion eouUI de- mo! t.er with n h.rail of gold. much ue miss her can ni'vi-i- lold, She sliared our troubles and helped us along, K we follow her foot.sleps, We ill never go wrong. Saoiv missed, lovingly rc- Mienilund d'Ulgllieis, Sophie, Helen, Mike and i'randehildron 3MO-23 ;