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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 40A FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES KE MAUIINf. WITH (rtbinul. I'.prf IMW NOROr RfTRIGfRAIOR, Sil PHDN" nOUBLr 'ATI H SPRING i TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR i V> R'tl L Uf JkcwM, Jvi OF COALDALE ADVANCE POLL Wl 1 take place In the Town of Caal-date on Fr day, the 8lh ol October, from 5 o'clock unlil 7 o'clock in the afternoon flt the Coaldale Town Office. H. E. Rekhcr, Returning Office fi' 1. RAN DELL CAMPFR. Priori- :i'.'7 0196, '-'J8-B R x :i; FT. SCMUl.T MOBILF Joo, FOR SALE OR Phone 323-2366, 10 a m.-5 tin. C 7672 6 i CASCADE. FT, >.vo no u su. t- ii i; P s c H E: s i o i: NL'W 1? IN N'l-VI F.' f> Box sprinq ami Phone- 13-'-; 7 RCA VvT ARPFIT. HOURI F bed and -ii-itlr chair. All '.-ry -.inn.i condition. 171.1 rtth Avc. N., nttor !.JO p.m. Pru'n THIRTY -NINE" ItJ BED, COKFFEI Ph.-'nt- SFVEN MAPLE OLPFIH mom Mute cn'Klilirn. VliO or best cftcr. Pnor.c Ptiofif OF COALDALE PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that Polling will take place for the eleclion of Mayor, six Councillors and a Public Scnool Rep-on Wednesday, the 13th day of October, 1971 from 10 o'clock in the forenoon until 8 o'clock in the afternoon at ifie Coaldale Community Hall and thai 1 will declare the results of the eieclion on Thursday, October M, 1971, H. E. Ftelchtr Returning Officer. IIAAIICS Odobcr 3rd, 1971, Frederick Bruce Hames, aged 118 years, of 3803 25th Avenue S.W., Calgary. Mr. Hames is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Clifton (Dorothy) Thompson Yakima, Wash., Mrs. H. W. (Bel-nice) Muir, Lethbi-idgc, Miss Helen iiames and Miss Mona Hames, both of Calgary; two sons. Dr. Frederick A. Hames of Kingston, Ontario and William G. Hames of Calgary; one brother, Albert Hames of Victoria, B.C. and six grandchildren. Mr. Hames was predeceased by his wife, Martha in 1987. Services conducted by the Rev. Dr. Nelson Mercer, Wednesday f today) 3 p.m. at The Hillside Chapel. 17th Avenne at 16A St. S.W. CY FOSTER-GOODER FUNERAL SERVICE. Interment, Queen's Park. IHTCIIIK In hospital Tuesday, September 21, 1971, Diana Louie Kilchie, widow of the late J. Norman Ritchie, K.C., of 1375 Comox St., Vancouver, formerly of Lethbridge, Alta. Survived by her son, Robin of Wilney, England, and daughter, Diana, of Vancouver; grandchildren and great-grandchildren; also a sister, Mrs. A. E. (Leila) Harris, of Victoria. Burial office and requiem taken by the clergy of St. James Anglican Church 303 E. Cordova St., Vancouver, Friday, September 24. 1471) UcNEHl.Y Passed away in the city on Sunday, October 3, 1971. following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Gertrude Annie Mc-Necly, at the age of 83 beloved wife of Mr. 1IUI1HS Funeral service for Joseph C. Hubbs, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Nel Hubbs who died at Leduc Friday, Oct. I, 1971, after a long illness at the age of 87 years, was held at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chanel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Warren Johnson, William Wake-ford, Ernest Kipp, Cyril Miron, Tom Arnold and William Hay. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FT. EL DURADO CAMPER. ,ind loik-l, four siovo. 32B-3215, nfJer -i p.m. M76-13 4M 10 x J7 GLFNOALF TRAILER. f'.MV furnished. Excnllpnt condition. ri'.onf: 345-: 1 10 or 3-15-.I631. M72-8 SIX'lFI-r.1 FT, MONDAY TRAILER --Sirups h.'riler, electric brakes. H bont, trailer and motor. yjfiB MUST SELL IN PINCHER CREEK-M-ivi-v] V x ft.'., 1961? FICfcTwoocJ mobile unrch and sktrtrnti. Low ,-lr'.vn p.iynu'nf rind take pflV--ent Ption" 627-3059, Pine her OF PINCHER CREEK NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT HEARING This is to notify ynu that an application is hftinq made for a development permit witli regard to the follow-The ereclion of a buildinci on Lots 274 and 275, Plan 38BQBD, by Jimmie's Service Lid. Place of Hearing: Council Chambers, Town Office. Time of Hearintj: 5 p.m. Date of Hearing: Tuesday, October 12, 1971. Any person effected by the said proposal has the righl to present a written brief prior to the hearing and to be present and be heard at the Da ed this 5th day of October, 1971. Terry Lyon, Development Officer BEAUTIFUL CHFMFR FIELD AND chair, an' wnitf r.ntirjSnvtK o BEDS AND WAITRESSES. DRAPFf, holt! items FVr.fv> F J NEW and Userf. 6.'' K-'n Sf f COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE r-.nirl., your Fzy-ltft or SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. CSISMf 44 AGRICULTURAL i Y-F'IVF TO 50 TONS GRASS tviv Pn-n" 328-1310 or 327-91SA. Trudy, run out for a 408 MUSICAL AW V.'ANFED. DELIVER t-! F-rrf nr OF THANKS ONOFRYCHUK We would like lo express our sincere thanks to tile many relatives, friends and neighbors for their thoughlfulness during our recent bereavement. The cards and flowers, the wonderful cooking and baking and all expressions of sympathy were deeply appreciated. John Onofrychuk and family, Mrs. Vera Onofrychuk and family. 1454-7 JHLVAIN I would like to thank my doctors and the 2nd floor nurses for the wonderful care I received while a patient in St. Michael's Hospital. Sincerely, Mrs. Nata Milvain. LESLIE I want lo lhank the doctors, nurses and staff at the Border Hospital for their kindness: also our many friends and relations for- cards and flowers during my stay there. I thank you all. Ada Leslie 1441 MALE HELP SERVICES AND M U 5 1 C u A N AUTOS APPRENTICE FIRST or second vear or man with construction experience. After fi p.m., shone 326-5-138. SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. A so all small appliances, lawn mowers, rons, vacuum c eaners, etc. No ct> loo largo or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Avc. Phone 327-4456. PAID Fcr ccirs and trucks or will ac-cnpt TOWN i COUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 328-3654 THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MACLEOD NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the estate of MARY KORMAN, deceased, late of Pincher Creek, Alberto, who died on the 27th day of Auqust, A.D. 1971 TAKE NOTICE fhal all persons having claims upon the estate of fhe above named must file with the undersigned by the 6th day of November, A.D. 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. McLAWS AND COMPANY Per: R. V. Deyell. 6lh Fir., 407 8th Avenue 5.W., Calgary 2, Alberta. 41 PRODUCE FOR APPEARING MAN OR STU-dent with car for Iqht de very end col ecling. Part or full-time for np-prox mately six works Apply of lice seven, upstairs, Metropolitan Building, after 10 a.m. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Street N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Martin 'Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13 Street N. phone MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fune-al Service. C7R08 IMcFALL Passed away in the city on Tuesday, October 5, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Opal Anna McFall (nee Opal Tweedlel, beloved wife of Mr. William George Mc-Faii of tlzfivorn. loving husband she is survived by t w o daughters. Mrs. W. (Ann) 1-lEcsscl, Ghana, Africa, Mrs. J. (Georgia) Smith, Bloomfield, N.J.; one son. Mr. Garry McFall, Medicine Ha two grandsons; one sister. Mrs. Lorna Ball. Calgary, and two brothers, Mr. Nyal Tweedle, Calgary and Mr. Dean Tweedle, of Jasper. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. North, with Rev. L. D. Han-kinson officialing. Cremation will follow. It is the family's sincere wish that [here be no flowers and that friends who wish miiv donate to the Passed away in Edmonton on Monday, October 4, 1971 Mrs. Margaret Matthews, at the age of Go years, of 610 29 Street S. The late Mrs. Matthews was born in Smith Falls. Ontario ant came west to Lethbridge at an early age. She is survived by one son. Mr. David Matthews, Lethbridge and one brother, Mr. A. G. Asplin, Vancouver. She vas predeceased by her husband, Mr. Charles Richard Matthews in 196S. The funera service will be held on Thursday, at 10 a.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3 Avenue S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in Mount ain V i c w Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. HOTHOUSE "lOA.'A TOES FO? SALE Dan's Greerhouse U mile east stockyards. LIVESTOCK DUTCH BULBS ARE NOW IN! DAF-fodils, tulics, hyacinths and cratusus. Good select ic-n available. Garden H Optimism Sunrisr Ranch. Aita. Phnnc 3-15-351 HAUL JUNK. FREE ESTI-mafes. Phone 327-2J3S. MILK COW, MUST BE aentlp. Phone 756-339-i, Stirling. EXPERIENCED SALESMAN For year-round slcacly cmp ovnicnt in the furniture Iradc. No previous fur-niturc experience necessary. Must be ab e to meet the public. Write box 45, Herald ARGE EVERGREEN TREE, ALSO several small ones. 2223 35th St. S. STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. PhorV 328-1336, Lelhbridgc; 223-2567, Taber. WaclNTOSH APPLES, PRUNES, pear-, will he ripe and in in Creston Valley orchards, Scplemoer 10 end on. Orchard-fresh and rtM-: enable pr'ces. GROUND MANURE PACK-ed in plastic bags. SI. SO ea-n. For free delivery phone 327-9530. WANTED ALL 42 TRUCKS FOR Drewry Phone KINDS OF JUNK HAULED, trees trimmed, yard cleaned up. Free estimates. Phone 327-2641. CHEVROLET HALF TOM PO'.VP.R sell. evtninas. MP FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and nrocessi ntj. Wholesale meat snd llvpstcck dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phnns 327-304B, AND HEDGES TRIMMED OR removed Free estimates. Phone 327-2438 or 327-7398. for furniture department. Apply in person or address resume, PERSONNEL DEPARMENT WOOLCO DEPARTMENT STORE 2025 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE OF LETHBRIDG-t TAKE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the day of Oclober, 1971, at hour of o'clock in the afternoon in Council Chamber of City Hall, the Council of the City of Lethbridqe will ho d a Pubic Hearing to consider the proposed By-law No. 3000 known as a By-taw to establish a transportation system for the City o! Lefhbridge, AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT 8 copy of the proposed By-law may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk in the City Hall during the normal office hours, AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person who wishes to make representation concerning fhe proposed By-Law shall first file a Written submission with the City Clerk not later than o'clock noon on Thursday )he 21st day of October, 1971 AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT such persons as file such written submission may appear at the Public Hearing to make representations concerning their submissions, but subjecf to fhe condition that oral representation in support of a brief will be limited to fifteen minutes and one rebuttal period of no more than fiva DATED a the City of Lelhbridge this 6th day ot October, If 71. John Gerla City Clerk six LylinUer motor, be snd heist. Phone 3-15-J63B. LIVESTOCK WANTED TO ROTTED MANURE PHONE Vic Bzdell, 328-32BP, before B a.m. and after 5 p.m. 1950 WILLYS JEEP FOUR V.'HEiFL drive. Moior like New pant. Cnu't? FULLY INSURED TREE APPROXIMATELY !DO cal'-'nt; for teed lot, on percentage or bdbis Phone Vauxhall. 328-2094. 3, TOM DODGE CRE'.V CAB <-cellent ccndilion. No-v rubl-cr. Herman's Auto Servi-o. Jnd 5. MOVING We specialize in moving larger type trees; also for sale, Everqreen trees up to 20 ft. tall. Phone 327-6172, af er 6 p.m. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES 196.J !HC SCOUT FOUR '.VHBEL drive New rubber. Complete with winch, etc. SI, 100- Varzari Iron Ltd., 2808 2nd AVP. N.'-, STEEL CAST IRON -COPPER Brass Radiators POULTRY AND passed away at Fort Saskatchewan on Monday, October 4. 1971, at age of 91 years, beloved wife of the late Sylvester Darling. She was born in Belleville, Out. 1880. She married the late Mr. Sylvester Darling in 1902 and they lived on a farm in Trehcrne, Manitoba before coming to Coutts in 1928. She retired to Calgary in 1943. She was past matron of the Iris Chapter No. 77 O.E.S., Milk River. Survivors are four sons, Garnet, Baldur, Manitoba, Clarence, Fort Saskatchewan, Gerald, Bitlings, Montana, Stuart, Fort Saskatchewan; four daughters, Mrs. .1. E. (Opal) Richards, Calgary, Mrs. Ruby Niven, Calgary, Mrs. D. H. (Eva) Gilborne, Coutts, Mrs. George (Zola) Petrunia, Calgary; 30 grandchildren: 66 great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren; one sister Mrs. Lily Fitzgerald, Los Angeles, California. She was predeceased by her husband In 1950; also one son Ivan and one daughter Violet. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, October 7 at 3 p.m., in Cy Foster Gooder Chapel on the Hill, Calgary (Kith Ave. N.WA Interment will follow in Calgary. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Memorial Fund at Rivercrest Nursing Home, Fort Saskatchewan. CJ 2 A WILLYS JF.EP EXCELLENT runnina condition. Custcm built steel cab. S975. Phone Noblfjfrrd, after 6 p.m. SCRAP YARD, 3308 2nd N. Phone WRECKERS In Western Canada has a rare opening for a man with proven ability in Auto Wrecking Industry. Experience in -id-aim stration an Good starting Salary and parlicipalinq ownership to deserving person. Also experienced rpp es strictly confidential. Box 118, ROAST NG CHICKENS, PAN ready, Hens 36c per Ib., roosters 30c per Ib. Also friers. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale PRICES FOR Petals Steels rnd BUS FOR SALE BY OWNER. GOOD tor camper or business Apply 409 2nd Ave. S.. 9 a.m. -6 p m rscliators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1 505 2nd Ave. S. Phone PETS AND MEMORIAMS CI..VY In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Hazel, who passed away October 6, 1970. You fell asleep without goodbye, To this day we know not why, No words can say, no flowers repay, The loss we had two years today. WHITE TINY TOY POODLE puppies. Parents registered and have three generation certificates. Phone 34-1-2247, Coutts. 42A TRUCK MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED HOOD TO FIT WEEK OLD PUPPY FOR sate. Part Chihuahua and Pomeranian, S55. Phone 328-1632. AUXILIARY FOR 3 Phone 327-9757. MALE -FEMALE HELP Phone after 6 p STOCK WATERING dams and dua-outs to construct. Will rate qrain for" partial payment. Phone Construction, 234-20B7, Fort Maclcod. BUSINESS Truck Tire Sale 670 X 15 Six ply 95. 700 x 15 six ply nylon-523.95. 65D x 16 six ply 750 x 16 eight ply OR PART TIME qu red to clean cars RE-Pro Motors. Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bldg., PART-TIME BUS1-ness for sale. Income S600 per month. Stock investment" S450. Reply Box 122, Herald. NEEDED TO CON-duct interviews in southern Alberta. Previous experience helofu but not essential. Must be 25 years of age or over. 329-2560. of Funeral Service. Batteries Always paying nore. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 204 33rd St. North location. Selling for health reasons. Interested party write Box 39, Herald. P a s s e away in the city on Monday. October 4. 1971, 'Mr. Ragnvoid Hobberstad, at the age of 82 years, of Lethbridge. The late Mr. Hobberstad was born and raised in Norway and came to North Dakota in 1909, moving to settle in the Kinnondale district in 1911, where he farmed for some time. He lived and farmed in Enchant until 1953, then he moved lo Vaiixhall, residing there until 1965, at which time he moved to Lethbridge where he has resided until his passing. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Maria Tonncsen, U.S.A. and Mrs. Jonas Ny-gaard, Norway. The funera service will be held on Thursday at p.m. in the Enchant Free Evangelical Church, with Rev. W. Burrcll officiating. In-termcnl will follow in the Enchant Cemetery. Friends may pav their respects in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 750 x 20 10 'ply BRARIAN WANTED FOR CHAM-P ON LIBRARY. LIVING QUARTERS AND UTILITIES ONLY REMUNERATION. WRITE BOX 177. CHAMPION OR PHONE B97-3S2S. M7] TO BIDDERS We, the Sparwood Recreation Committee, acting for the District of Spar-wood (Address: Natal, B.C.) request a proposal for the design and construction of: A Recreation Centre containino: Hockey Arena seating 500 persons sheel Curling Rink Building to be constructed in the new Community of Sparwood. Your proposal must be submitted on the approved forms of memo spec if i-cat ons and general reguirements fur-ayout drawings indicated floor clans and exterior elevations at a scale not less than 1 equal to one foot. You may add to the information submitted above by means of typed letters on your Company letterhead paper, signed by a responsible officer of the Company. Bids will be received up lo p.m., M.S.T., on the eth day cf November, 1971, at the Town Office in Natal, husband, Tom Gladys and Donald and family Ralph and Helen and family Art and Evelyn and family Robert and Terry and fam-ilv. 1480 KOBEWKA In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather. John Kobewka, who passed away October 5, 1970. Our father, who art in heaven Hallowed be tliy name. Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done On earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses As we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation But deliver us from evil. Amen. 900 x 20 10 TRACTION 670 x 15 six ply YOU WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Start at medium wage, work to a year or more. Must be married. Write Box 114, Herald. 650 X 16 six ply S3 7.00 750 x 16 ply 750 x 17 eight ply FEMALE EMPLOYMENT TEACHERS BUSINESS ALBERTA city (about Especia -y attractive for watch maker. Approximately stock. Down payment flexible. Provided security good. Retiring. Box 116, Herald. WANTED The Crowsnest Pass Schco Division No. 63 will reguire services cf a fully qualified and Alberta certified cf Home Economics. Instruction wtl invo ve mainly textiles with some crafts Duties will commence February 1st, 1973. Send applications, creden-t a s, and other documents to: Mr. P K Superintendent of Schools, P.O. Box 566, Blairmore, A terta, not than October lllh, 1971. 825 X 20 10 ply nytcn-S75 00. 900 x 20 10 ply BABYSIT IN MY HOME, days. Phone 328-8543. C7773-1? QUALIFIED STENOGRAPHER SEEKS employment as private secretary. Write Box 123, Herald. IMPERIAL MOTORS and Tire Service Cor. 2nd Ave. and 7th St. 5. y 125 FOOT BUILDING IN Lethbridge. Divided into two showrooms and shop. Two partitioned office spaces and washroom in fron a area. Full price Some terms. M.L.S. CALL REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY 327-8581 LICENCED KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years Phone 22S-2935. FARM HELP 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR MAN TO WORK ON FARM ?ind ranch in southern Albprta. Prefer knowledge of cattle and machinery. bus lo door Reply Box 24, Herald. EDUCATIONAL "Attention: The Sparwood Recreation "Proposal for Sparwood Recreation Centre" A Bid Rcnci of (Ten percent) of the proposal price and a Consent of Surety for o (Fifiy percent) cf the proposal price must he provided with the propose! I in order for the proposal to be considered. Any, or a 1 Rids received may bf rejected by the Committee fur any cause. Copies of the Form of Proposal and Contract menu specifications may be Obtained from the District Clerk, Dis -ric of Spsrwocd, Natal. B.f npm deposit of Fifty Dollars (S50.00) in cheque made paydble lo the District of Sparwood. S gned: J. Walmslcy, Chairman, Recreation Centre Committee. TENT TRAILER OTTAWA. PHO'JE 328-638.1 or Cardston, 653-.'.G9-i, collscV SCHOOL AT HOME. CANADA'S pad ng school. Free brcchure. Na-t ona College, 424 6h Ave. S.E., Calgary 269-8322. BAHON Ralph, age 73 years, has lived the past years at Hunter, Utah (suberb of Salt Lake City, died Monday, Oct. 4, 1971 al a.m., after a short illness. He was bom June 30. 1898 al Mesa, Arizona, a son of David Tullcy Le Baron and Harriet Naomi Johnson. Mr. Le Baron married Mary Louise Chcny at Coaldale, Alberta. Mav'3, 1923 which marriage was later solemnized in Ihe Cardston LDS Temple. She proceeded him in death November 23. 19B6. He then remarried Madge Klapcly. Survivors i iclude his wife, seven sons and two daughters. Donald Le Baron, American Fork, Utah, Gordon Le Baron, Flagstaff, Arizona, l-Vaneis Le Baron, Sa i osc. Calif.. Thcron Le Baron, Provo Ulah, Norman Le Baron. Sandy. Utah, Richard Lc Baron, Soulh Jordan, Ulah, B -enl Baron. San Jose, C.ilif.; 53 grandchildren, one grcal-grandchild. Funeral service will be held Thursday 12 noon :il. the Hunlcr 4th Ward, liixm West -South. Friends may call at the McDougal Funeral Home. -WO S. Redwood Road, Salt Lake City, Ulah. 1-Kil "PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF PINCHF.R CREEK NOTICE OF ADVANCE POLL MUNICIPAL ELECTION 1971 P jblic Molten i', hrrnhy uwit polling will pMtn fir thf? rlfi.tinn i nviynr, iincl r.nunril-ors lor d pcriotl of 3 yews on rhti.iy Din flth (My of October, 1971 irom 10 0'clrx.k in Ihff fmonnori until R o'l in tlin ii (In noon dl HIP follow- r.iv'-n unilr-i my h.ind ,il Pim G-pck Ilii', Wit rlrty ol irplrmhci, Returning FEMALE HELP O 323 5th Sf. S. Phone 328-1044 S RETIRE IN 10 YEARS Office building on 3rd Ave. S. 0 down payment. B Terms for 10 years. O storey buildtnu, 40 x 75. ft Parking lot in rear. Phcne Frank 327-3478 U045-H 74 LOANS trailer. Propane refrigerator, three burner stove with oven. -1C9 12th st N. Phone BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorder message by Jim Elliot hiis you how. Phone Columbia Schoo1 of Broadcast ng. HAIRDRESSER RE-quired immediately. Phone PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; triiier servicing, storage and repair. Phcne 328-4421. FOUR DAYS A Lnkeview area. Phcne 323-1327. 1376-7 PFTFPTION1ST WANTED FOR OP-tin-.ctrists office. Reply lo Box 125, Hnralrt. 1-153-8 FXPERIFfJCED V.'AITRESS. APPLY I- pprr-cn to iMaicrettc Restaijrant, Jrd Avn. S. (Not open on Sunday iind SEWING 3 Avenue S phone MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. missed by his daughter Anne, Ed and Nicole. 13B5 AND ALTERATIONS clone. Reasonable. Phone 32B-S511. SKKGKlt Funera] emit lor Wesley Si'cger. ill redden! who died at Taber CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILERS AMD CAMPERS LOKf.'.A INDUSTRIES LTD. HIGHWAY 55 SOUTH PHONE 127-1225 OR 327-fUSB PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE LOST AND FOUND FOUND RED BICYCLE ON ST. Mary's School rj round. Phone In loving orv of a dear son and brother, Ldw inl 1 ael who passed awav October 6, I9B7. F our lonely years have passed away. Since our great sorrow fell, The shock which we received that day, We still remember well. Our heart still aches with sadness, Our secret tears still flow, Fin- whul. il meant lo lose you one will ever know. When we arc sad and lonclv, And cvcrylhing goes wrong, We seem lo hear you whisper, "Cheer up and carry on." Kver remembered and sadly missed by mom, dad, brother and sisler. MI5 Identify victim BRETON (CT) Police lo-d; y identified Perv Lllkas Sli udl. 13, uf Hi-don, as Ihe loy killed when Ihe motorcycle, le was riding was in collision wilh a car near Ibis central Al-Mia community. OR PART T1M.E HELP Apply in perscn, Clothinq. 113.11.1 5th St. 5. No pHone Gills FOR or nnll "w'n-k "prefi-r'red! Apply in pr-rsDn !o Department Store. N CENTRE VILLAGE MALL, Lady's wrist wairh. dfl e. YEAR-END CLEARANCE New 12 v 40 W.'.H New 1? f.', .'Air. IT New 12 x (.n Trvi's Home Died 10 r.'i Uspfl fi x 3? Used trardrcr.s tJO TPADF7S GP HAU'_lfJr-Si'i on COALHURST MOBILE HOMES Phono 327-3744 C 1! UNITED MOBILE HOME DIVISION thf t.'jn-.plrtp h'.n f-.. In S ;j i r c, Patje, Vill.l .r.fl r in 50 'rmrfrh tfi r hr.m Pflfjn ?nx-n three lully As low Vi'.M Vilki 1 Ix'dronni, Puiiy lurnr.l'.od. A-, itj.v Low rd'tft Suntfuy (iltrrnnnri for UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. fnr. jrrl Avn. ,inrl ,lrd St. 3. MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE ARFA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 266-6011; RESIDENCE 252-6863, ANYTIME. OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT Oct. 1. 1371. at the age of 08 years, was held at p.m. TiM'sday, Oct. 3, in Ihe Evangelical Frco Church with Rev. Keith McNeil officiitmg llbearers were John Seir-slid. Jake James C a m c r o n. Denn Johnson. allies Gnrrcll and Alvin Dell. Interment was in Ihe Vauxhall Cemetery. Humphries Funeral Home. Taber, was in charge of the arrangements. IJI'TAK Funeral .service for Mrs. .lOM'ph (Barbara l.iptnk, native daughter of Loll, Ahaiij .Mc-gje. Hungary, who d ed nl, Calgary Saturday, Oct. 2 ,1971. ;il. Ihe age of (ill years, was held at III a.m. Tuesday, Oct. .1, I9VI. in SI. Augustine's Homiin Catholic Church, Taber, will licv. C. J. Lyons offlcial-ng. Active pallbearers were and Frank Brngos, Frank Smilh, Louis Turcalo, William Jagos and John Veres. Honorary pallbearers were Alex (iVorfi. John Oon.'ild Tolh, Julius John llon.-i ind John Bruges, lulrrmni WIN in Taber Mcmoria (i a r d c n. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, was in charge of the OUTBOARD MOTOR. OWN-fr may claim by it entity mi and oav-r.n lor advertisemnnt. Bex 121, Hor.iid. HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT SEALED TrrNDFJPJ, will IJP by the undesigned up to 11 o'ctork A.M. Standard Tirne on Monday, Oct-the following work: (J) Highway .11, S. of Sr.huler to Jet. Hwy. 41 A, Mil" M 55 lo Mile 111.24, Highway 41A, Jet. Hvy. -11 to Mrci-cinn Hat Mile 0.00 In Mile 1 99, Other Work. Aniroxim, !c AUfrt rif r-.r-r.-.-.i, 51ft, Ten Mliei Haul. Con! me. K find Sprr ific aliorr, r.iriy 1 r; Obtained