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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Salurday, Odobtr 7, 1975 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERAID 27 1 PETS AND SUPPLIES H AND R BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE Thousands are earning good money In Ihc growing Held ol prolcsslonal Income tax service...... Now H and R dlock will leacti you to prepare Income lax returns In a special clrjht tuition course. Classes conveniently sched- uled three mornings per week. Course covers the new Income laws, theory, and application jis pracllced In H and R Block otlices from coast to coast. Enrolment Is to ail ages. Mo previous train- Ing or experience required. CLASSES START MONDAY, OCTOBER 23 Coll Now Roy Aldous 327-3712 days 327-8126 evenings H R BLOCK CO. 815 Third Avenue S. OANNE'S POODLE AND PET CLIP- service. Tor appolnlmenl phone BEAUTIFUL TiALPOINT SIAMESE Three months. Phone 326- C4724-7 SIAMESE KITTENS FOR SALE. Seven weeks old. Box trained. Phone 127.9794. 41'7 NINE MONTH OLD FEMALE OER- man Shepherd. Phone alter 227-M91. 5 p.n REGISTERED CHESAPEAKE PUPS HUNTERS! Reglsttred BrllUny Spaniel puppies Argard breeding. Phone G. A. Addy. MJ3-8W. Tabe'.ft 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY HOME MORTGAGES AVAILABLE will lend you money on the equity In your home, can reduce your monlMy otllgatloni un lo 50 per cent or more no spe- cial qualifications SI5CO to S50.0W or more. PUBLIC NOTICES For last confidential service. Norm GlMbrechl, 377-2181; call- evenings NOTICE MY WIFE HAVING LEFT MY BED and fcoard I will no longer be respon- sible fcr any Oebts Incurred by her. UO Cress JJeatki, '-Hi I Q JhankA, J Uunera L, Fire bug blamed AA1SKKA ,IK POODLES REG- Istcred. Excellent qualllv' r English and blood lines, In all colors. For companion, breeding and show, slud services In 328.3742. 9370-14h Midtown Mortgages and Loans Lid. Oul-of-lown enquiries 1265 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge welcome. 13 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 63 MUSIC TEACHERS PIANO LESSONS TetJIalf. A.R.C.T. Phone MRS, BARBARA 20th Ave. S. PIANO LESSONS TOR BEGINNERS 26th St. and 2nd Ave. S. phone J841. 9671-11 FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP lor rent. Good localim. Phone SM- J16! or CaiJllon, 9MO-" BEAUTYSALON FOR SALE IN town of Taber. Write Box 96, MORTGAGE WONEY AVAILABLE 600 70 OR MORE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS lit THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the matter ol the Estate, ol ELLIS HENRIE, late ol Ihe Town of Card- ston, who died en 18th day of August A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE lhat all persons hay Inn claims upon 'he estate of Ihe above namid must tile wilh Ihe undersigned solicitors by Ihe lllh day ol November A D, 1971 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by Ihem. STRINGAM, DENECKY BAINES Barristers and Solicitors 309 Canada Trust Building Lethbrldge, Alberta Solicitors for Euls Daniel Henrle, Executor. DEATHS passed away in Lethbridge on Friday, October at the age ol 88 years, of 1008-3 Ave. S. Fun- eral Services will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 1872 at p.m., in the Cliristensen Chapel. Interment will follow in Moun- tain View Cemetery. CHRIST- ENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fun- 930J-7h STORE BUILDING FOR SALE OH STREET ber, II. Write Box 59, Herald. CARL CULLER MUSIC STUDIO 314 8th St. S. Nexl door to Bailey's Keyboard teach beginners, young end old, classical and popular I special- ize. In modern piano playing methods. Phone moSOl. 64 SEWING SERVICES ARGE GARAGE BUILDING AND rage equipment lor sale. Exce lent oration or. Bellevue main arms can be arranged. Available lor mines! November 1st. Apply Mrs. ,ul Llnderman. Phone ue. PARTY SEASON COMING UP! HAVE thai special outfit made for you ARGE AUTOMOBILE AND FARM achinery asency tor sale. Good ortur.ity. Owner retiring. 65 IOST AND FOUND SfAALL DARK GREY WARE. LOjT In Raymond. Phone alter 6 p.m.. 3237 or days, 326-3336. LOST VICINITY 20TH ST, AND >ith Ave. S. Bob-tailed Man female cat. Phone 327-77! 66 PERSONAL EMERY'S BOOKING SERVICE Dance groups fcr all occasions. dingi, clubs, et" CHRISTIAN '.IAN 55 WISHES make acquaintance wim medium email lady. N'an drinker and smcke Write Box 126, Herald. LONELY GENTLEMAN. EARLY Sv lady lor companionship. Plea Include phone number to Box Herald. EARLY 50's, respectable single leaking a middle aged woman as eo panlon. No oblectlon lo one child. Ph' after 6 p.m. FOR RENT auty Salon el 535 "Iri St. N. In- four chairs and four dryers. i month Including all equipment d utilities. PhDfie C4J72-II f examples -.1 TERWS UD to 10 year arriorliiallon a guaranteed renewable term. SNa hidden charges. Available for home purchass, ren. ovations, debt consolidation, vaca- tion or any olher reasonable pur- details phore or visit us t College Shipping wall. Lethbrldoe t-ertfl 328.2381. YOU DO I BETTER WITH EXPERIENCED MONEY FROM C.A.C. Really Limited Subsidiary of CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED THE SCHOOL ELECTION ACT (Section 35) NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF LIST OF ELECTORS Uotice Is hereby given under the provisions of The School Election Act that the List cf Electors of Stirling S.D 647 has been prepared and lhat a copy ot the List ot posted fn tha following places; Stirling Post Ollice Office of secretary. Any elector may during business hours make application lo the Secret ary for the correction of any errc or omission In the said List of Elector by application lo the Secretary o or before the sin day ef Octobe (up to the 6th day before voHngl. Dated at Stirling this 21 day of September, 1972. Mrs. E. L. Chrlstensen, Secretary eral Service. C4773 TOULOUSE, France (AP) I A rash of downtown fires out in quick succession Tuesday and authorities In this French city blamed a ving arsonist. Eight fires were reported between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., six In or near attic floors and two in i basements. Most were minor CUNNINGHAM We wish CARD OF THANKS FUNERALS IIOBEHTS Funeral ser- vice for Theresa Lynne Hob- to express our sincere thanks crts beloved daughter of David to all our friends and relatives and Colleen Roberts of 3509 for the lovely cards, flowers, Sylvan Rd. who died suddently visits, gilts of food and all the at Lethbridge Tuesday, Oct. 3, help we received during pur re- 1972 at the age of eight months, cent bereavement and loss ol was held at the graveside at 2 cur son and brother Leslie Gun- p m Thursday, Oct. 5, 1972, nmgham. Also special thanks to with Bishop Leo Davidson offi- Major Thelma Corney, and elating. Chvistensen Sal m o n Major Joan Pierce of the Sal- Funeral Home Directors ration Army and Rev. W. J. of Funeral Service, was in Gamble of the Pentecostal Pattern charge of the arrangements. lencies mlh central Alberta Three top s In gocd mmtmlly. Wnre BOX cd CONTRACTS ALFALFA POLLINATING BUSINESS PAINTING DONE VERY and very reasonable. CEMENT NEAT W35-H FORUEST Passed away on Friday, October 6, 1972, Clara Forrest, aged 90 years o! Fort Wacleod. Born at Lanca- shire, England, she came to Fort Macleod in 1923 and later resided in Bellevue until return- ing to Fort Macleod in 1951, where she has resided until her death. Survived by two step- sons, Wally McHoberts, Fort Macleod and Andy McRoberts, Thunder Bay, Ontario. Funeral service will be held in the Sal- vation Amiy Chapel, Tuesday at p.m., Captain R. Butch- er officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Funeral ar- rangements by EDEK'S FUN' ERAL HOUSE LTD., Fort Mac- Leod. C4774 aU-i wo million cocoons, ncubalor and all accessory equip ment. For sale or will accept atlng partner, iox 113, Lethbridge Herald 9179-10 8 X H ft. or 31S-4630. TILE AND J. Construction. 326-3570 1 GTGand 'r'ens'n clnstrl'cucn, 7th Phone 111-im. C7377-1I MUSIC STORE FOR SALE Established music storey ve'slrnenl. terms available. Have cenlly acquired exclusive franchise on amplifier line in Calgary. WrlU Box 123, Herald JONES ROOFING, 326 Church for their prayers and _____ words of comfort; also to Rev. COTT Funeral service for Blake Anderson who officiated Roberta Scott, beloved wife of at the funeral and all who help- Norman Scott of Cardston who ed m any way. died there Saturday, Sept. 30, -Mrs- .Harriet _ Cunningham. at the age of 60 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1972, in the Alberta Stake Chap- of the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints with Bish- Donald Shaw officiating, 'allbearers were Grant, Kelvin nd Beverly Johnson, D'Arch Kerr, Danny Thomas and Tho- mas Woolley. Interment was in MELLOW In loving mem- he Cardston Ccmtery. Christen- ory of a dear husband and dad, en Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Archie, who passed away Oclo- )irectors o! Funeral Service, ber 9, 1954. CARPENTRY REMODEL- or country. hone ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, oarage. kitchens. cablne is. ceramic tile. Town 314-2071. SIDING, i, batH- or cotm- RE: ZONING BYIAW NO, 2750 Tha following application fcr a devct opment permil has been approved by Ihe Development Ofllcer: 72-7J2 K. Miller to establish a home occupation office and pricne servlre only for carpet cleaning business at 192! 6 Avenue A North. Any perst slon may Development Appeal Board by deli- vering either personally or by Regis- tered Mail, statement ol the grounds of appeel lo reach Ihe Office of the City ClerK In the Clly Hall not latrr lhan October 16, Date: October 5, 1972 Development Officer Vf. C. Cameron 014 GRUNINGER P a s s ed away suddenly at the residence in Magralh on Thursday, Oct 5, 1972, Mr. Steve Gruninger taloved husband of the lat affected by the said decl- ppeal such decision to hbriCE CONSTRUCTION AND ALL TYPES HAUL- PHONE 3HJOI7, 323-JTO. TEENS you living wMh B problem drlnver in your Th.ers Is undersland- Ino ind help lor V o u. Phcm Jean 327-SWO, Marilyn 321 Marilyn 328-8572; ALCOHOUCS ANONYMOUS Anvone a drinking Droblem. Phona 3J7-80J9 or 3I8-3HS. COMPLETE HOROSCOPE fulure li our business. Are you lacing difficult problems? Poor (iMlrh! Money or lob Iroutks? Loss ol love or family troubles? Success and good fortune in life can yours. Tor Informallcn phone 228- MAKE MONEY AND BUILD YOUR OWN BUSINESS PART TIME F E N C S, driveways, g Ing. linlshlng a SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, rsnes, cupboards, fram- form work. Free Mm'iles Guaranteed workmanship. No 'ob too tm.ll. Phone 328-0987 uda. Capitol "i-ft" mal bul good credit Important, mis I? i solid opportunity lhat can lead lo a "substantial" above average In- come. Apply Including phone number to Box 132, Herald. CALGARY DIVORCEE. ATTRACTIVE, early five ft. two Ins., 120 IDS., brunette, 'office worker, one dependent, Is searchinq for marriage-miritfed or oood relationship wilh an ellrjlble ieMlonal buslnesss man, 40-50. Inter- aits: some 'ports, icclaiiimg, etc. Box 112, Herald. LARGE GARAGE APPROXIMATELY lio by 40 ft. on Highway Avenue Pic- lure Bulle hoist, some greasing Equipment, sleel Weal work, trailer manufacturing cTant or service station. Priced very low as most interested to sell due to HI health. shop wilh a good slock and" equipment In Ihrlvlnrj town Southern Alberla. Total price 000. sured, Irea estim MPARTMENT OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION WESTERN REGION Mrs. Theresa Gruninger. Born in Hungary, the late Mr- Grun inger came to Magrath in 192 and has farmed there eve since. He was predeceased b his wife Theresa in Februarj 3972 and by two sons and on aughler. He is survived by sons, Steve Jr. and George both Magrath; one daughter Mrs (Elizabeth) Staiick M rath; 11 grandchildren; thre jreat-grandchildren, and one ster Mrs. Annie Stenger ol Varburg, Alberta. Prayers will said on Monday at 8 p.m., 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALLINS. TAPING SPRAYING Mlllr.cs, repair worK. Phor.a 37MU2. Contact OLIVER HANDLEY REAl ESTATE Phone 345 35M K1RBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBV COMPANY OF BRIDGE 328-8981. YOUR OWN BOSS SOUTHERN STAMP AtlD STENCIL -I Rubber stamps, corporate dalers, etc. service. 2nd Ave. S. Phone 3285114. CW24J COMMERCIAL AMD WINDOW CLEANING. TUBE CLEANING TROUGH CLEANING. RESIDENTIAL LIGHT AND EAVES- PHONE 323- 4705-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. vices on all makes ol washerj and Srvwi, itilomalic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn 'nowers. Irons, vacuum cleaners, 'If- No Ion too larne or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 505 3rd Ave. Company requires mer women to operate their c business, restocking and collecting money from game, cigarettes, sol drinks and hosiery machines. Loca lions established by company with n selling involved. To have your ow; roule you must have car ________ and able to Invest a least S600. Ohly eight tours of your urn per week will brinp In 'f turns For those v.ho wish to bul full time operation have er> exes lent financed expansion program. V.rit lo Canadian Coin Products Box ill Burnaby, B.C. SJ-I 70 GARDENING 74 LOANS S INVESTMENTS TO BUY WELL ROTTED WANURE AND TOP. toll Letniridge. 3S11M McLEAITS TREE SURGERY isllrnalM. Pruning. Irimmlng I Icl 1- Ing. Call MOVING Available now Blue Spruce. While Spruce and Green Am. up to tall our ipcctalty movi planlinn of larger trees. Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ud. College Mall, Phone 318-3331 Residential, Comrr.erclel property Farms and ranches. Cllv or LowVsl Inlereit rales ,nd second ailable. Enrf I MORTGAGE LOANS LACOM8E MURSERIES COAL dale. Pnone Ooen Mondav evenings until p.m. Closed Wednesdays Sundays. Available now Evergreen trees and shrubs. All plants guranleed. Free delivery to Lelhbridfli FOR RESIDENTIAL URBAH OR RURAL PROPERTY 71 POULTRY AND 5UPPUES HEAVV ROASTING HENS, SIX LD, or more, pan ready, V, cents psr ib. vounq fryers and roasfers 41 h en dozen loll, fret delivery. Custom Mltlng. H. Dyclt, PhoM M5-3iW.________________f; 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES C31Mlfn First or Seraid Wortgase Funds A' able For: Buying Prooertv Consolidation Improvements MODELLING s, living BATHROOMS rooms, recrealior STALLATIOM Aluminum Jtorrr dows and rioors. roofing and siding FREE ESTIMATES ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. r 2nd Ave. 13tn SI. S., Lethbrldge Phone 3IB-3301 Mrs. Yerna Moe and family Mrs. Bettj' Waldern and family 138 IN MEMORIAMS was in charge of the arrange-1 ments. SEAGEK Funeral service or Arthur George Seager, who died suddenly in the city Mon- day, Sept. 24, 1972, at the age of 85 years, was held at 1 p.m. Friday in Martin Bros.' Memo- rial Chapel, 703 St. N., with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Pallbearers were George Lynch, Roy Mclnlosh, Nelson Degiiegard, Nick Ponych, Reg Whilfield and Eric Grecnhalgh. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cem- etery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CLANCY Requiem Mass was concelebrated by Rev. Father James A. Carroll O.M.I, and Rev. Father Bruce Field at a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. May the winds of He aven flow gently, On that quiet and hallowed spot, Where the one we love lies sleeping, And will never be forgotten. remembered by Lily, Merton and L-rna, 97 HALL In loving memory passed away October 7, 1970. of a dear husband father and f chiidren on your gft grandfather, Frank HaU, who Make lhem happy PUBLIC NOTICES RE: 7OH1NG BY'.AW NO. 2750 Com mis- lo homes 2 he (allowing apptirBUons permUs have been he Municipal Planning ion on Odoter J, 1972: 73-744 Yacyshyn to ejfab! re-upholsiery business at 101! Avenue South. 72-752 BrldgeVilla W.oblle Sa1 establish the cf rnoblli recreation vehicles sT "person affected by the said dect- rnay appeal such decision lo th-s City CIcrK In me city Hall not later lhan Oclotsr 18, Date: 5. 1972 PRAIRIE FARfA REHAB1LITATIO ADMINISTRATION TENDERS FOR SEV.'AGE LIFT STATIONS Seated vflll received by th undersigned until p.m., loc Reglna lime, on October 24, 1977, f Additions and Improvemenls to Wate Sewer and Slcrm Drainage Systei Brandon, Manitoba, Confract 9 Sewage l_m Slaticns. Tfte site of I wcrk is located In the City cf Bra don, Manitoba. The consist! Ihe supply of all malerlali tor and inilallallon ol two seven fool leter precast concrete structures, to x Inch pumps, electrical system and1 assoclaled work. The plans and specifications may viewed In 1he Winnipeg, Brand Saskaloon and Regina offices of t local Builders' Exchanga or Consti tlon Association- Plans, specif ka1 Ions, Inslructlons and forms for bidding may be obtained from the undersigned al his office In Reglna, Saskatchewan, upon Ihc de- posit of twenty-live dollars cash or a certified cheque for 1he amount, payable to the Receiver Gen- eral cf Canada, which deposit will be- redeemable upaon the return of the plans and specifications in good order within one mcnlh after lenders have closed. Tenders will not be considered unless rnsda on the forms supplied, and In accordance with Ins1 ructions supplied vvlih Ihe specifIca1 Ions. Ten- ders muir be accompanied by security In the amount and form specified In the Inslruclions. The or any tender not neces- sarily accepled. By Order W. B. Thomson Chief Engineer, PFRA WrOlherwell Building Regina, Saskatchewan. i Martin Bros. MEMORIAL HAPEL, 703 13th St. N. He- uiem Mass will be celebrated n Tuesday at 10 a.m. in St. iasiPs Catholic Church, with lev-' Fallier L. Cassidy cele- irant. Interment wilt follow in ho family plot, Magrath Ccm etery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEM OR.IAL CEIAPEL, 703 13th St N. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Dir ectors of Funeral Service. C4775 Death, dying parley set N. .HARRISON Passed away in the city on Friday, Oct. 6, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. Thomas Wil- liam Harrison, al the age of M years, of 407 7th Avenue S., be- loved husband of the late Mrs. bella Harrison. Born in Eladon County Durham, England, the late Mr. Harrison came to Leth bridge in 1915, He served over seas with the Canadian Forces in World War one and returnci to Lethbridge in 1919. He movet to Canmore in 1921 and returned to Lethbridge in 1933. He was coalminer and he formed th Veteran's Guards and in 194 joined the staff at the Provin cial Goal until retiring in 195 He was a life member of li Caisadian Legion and a men ber of the AN and AF. He fc survived- by one son Mr, George Harrison of Victoria; five daughers, Mrs. G. (Jean) Eyk- elbosh of Edmonton, Mrs- C. (Madge) Eykelbosh of Calgary, Mrs. A. (Florence' Johnson, of Lethbridge, Mrs. C. (Mabel) Preecc of Pincher Creek, Mrs. H. (Isabelle) Burris of Letli- 3, 1972, in St. Patrick's Catho- lic Church, Lethbridge, for the lale Dr. Lloyd Daniel Clancy who passed away suddenly a! the residence on Sept. 29th- In- terment followed in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Bearers were Dr. L. F. Schnell, Dr. Ross Skahen, Dr. J. C. Speelman, Dr. C. D. Lundgren, John de- Jourc'ian, and Leonard Sullivan. A long-time resident of the city, Dr. Clancy was an Honorary lemter of the Canadian Chiro- iractic Association, Honorary Member of the Alberta Naturo- lathic Association, Honorary Member of the Knights of Columbus, and a Member of the -oyal Order of Moose. STAR- TIN BROS LTD., Directors of funeral Service. cuddly, slipper socks. Jiffy gift slippers one straight piece for each on 2 needles. Knit in red wool, greea felt trim, bells. Pattern 7172: siies 1-10 yrs. inckided. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, chequa I or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class In loving mem- mailing and special handling ory ol a dear mother and grand- _ to Alice Brooks. Necdlecraft mother, Grace, who passed Dept. Address. vsaam will ease I the pain and help us to BER, NAME., ABDntbS. The world may change from year to year, And friends from day to day. But never will the one we loved From memory pass away. remembered by his loving wife Dora, sons and daughters end grandchild- CCl ren. BROWN TTEHN forget; But lime BO far has only shown, how much we miss you yet. We miss your smile your voice, your talk, tha things you used to do, We miss the happy times we had, mostly we miss you. remembered by Morris, Lucille and family. 139 THE LETHBK1DGE HERAiO Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario Paliem 4863 SIZES 8-1B HILDENBRAND In loving memory of CARDS OF THANKS BROWER I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks lo the doctors and staff of the Munici- pal Hospital. Also to my family and friends in appreciation of their kindness. Nellie Brower. DEIMUTH I wish to thank the doctors and nurses. Those who sent flowers, cards, gifts and came to visit during my slay in hospital. ESTATE SALE OF FARM LANDS the REGISTERED MINIATURE Pocdte, Wt c SILVER1 d. phone 93'W-Tf FULt GROWH CHIHUAHUAS, LOVE- ly Reasooabte price. P h SHEPHERD PUPS, for males. Phone A1: ALE BLACK CROSS PUP, 75? '-RCGISTERHD f.MNI- r puppies. Phone We Offer: Low Rales -Up to vears lo Repay -Personalized Service In M- vacy of Your Own Home Life Insurance Coveragl Approvals f-ol: Bonus cr Brokerage Fees Your Mortgage Mortgage for Indennile Period Please Call Homsplan Realty Limited The Traders Group of Companies 328-3347 To fellle NICK TOTH erlles are often 1. L. 5. D. 7 13.10- 77 acres. Eslite of the lale lollowing farm prop- I for Sale by in tha S.E.V5 of Sec Mer. containing 38 ANTIGONISH, N.S. CCP) An interprofessional institute on death nnd dying will be h here Oct. 15-18. Dr. Eliznbcth Kubler-Ross, J. That Wier, or Ihe S.W.V. of 12 v.nich lies to'the of the easterly to Ihe nortn cf the southerly MS to'the'soulji of Ihe northerly it feet, confaininn AS.35 acres. 3, The I .MO fee' .of. Deimuth. 93 dear son and brother, Robert, aged 20 years, who was taken from us Octo- f', i_ v; ber 8, 1971, near Idaho Falls, ,t Idaho. Precious forever are J of you, Today, tenor-1 row and all j life through, Sleep on, dear 1 Robert in your haven of rest, For on earth he was one ol the best. remembered and sadly missed by mother, sister Debbie and brother Don and Henry. IHe A Y F U L ,lven .way. MALE CAT TO E hon. 377-J517, .Her BOX NUMBERS Easterly 1.370 feet <.f the S.W. ol Sec. 13-lo-J3-W4m IMr. containing That portion of the feet ol ths Souths Ihe S.W.1 tt Section lies to Ihe north of the Scutherly 3B9 feet, containing 7S.3 RESERVING unto Her Mjlesty Mines anci Wlne.-als out of all Four Tenders' In sealed envelopes marked _ Tentier NICK 7OTH ESTATE accompanied by a :ertified clieque caih fcr cl the amount ct Ihe MOSCOVICH. SPANOS AMD MATtSZ. Ilh Street South. Lethsridge, Al- berta. by noon on the 3rd day of November, A.D. 1973. The balance of tho purctiaie price Ix! paid within 30 days alter acceptance of ler.rter. II Ihe successful tenderer does not complete- the purch-ise alter acceptance of his tender. Ine deposit shnll te torleiled. Trie hiqnctt orVny tenrtrr nil necessarily sccepled. CheniiM r.f t-nilerers will te returned to them. For fjrlner intormation apply 'o PAUL Q.C. ol Ihe above- named Law lirni. medical director for the South Cook County Mental Health and Family Service in Chicago Heights, 111., will bo Ihc key note speaker. Some 200 doctors, nurses lawyers and social workers arc expected to attend the Institul which will focns on Uie ignored reality of death. Sister Simone Roach, chair- man of the nursing department at St. Francis Xavier Univer- sity here, says the Idea for the institule originaled "as a direct reaction against Ihe denial syn- drome of our society." "Health professionals and families tend to shy away from discussion of death." The conference is being de- as an institute liecause "we will have inly entered the first phase of attacking the Sister Roach says. bridge; 29 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren, and one sister Mrs. Mildred Urwin in England. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 1 p.m., in Martin Bros. MEM- ORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. with Rev. R. L- Crisfield offi- ciating. Cremation will follow. Friends may pay Uieir respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703-13 St. N. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C4776 JEW HELD BONN (Retiler) Police ar- rested Serge Klarsfcld, ,lew wanlcd here in connection witti (lie attempted kidnapping of an alleged Nazi war criminal in Cologne last year. FUNERAL HIRSCIIE Funeral service Tor Donald Hirsche, beloved husband of Mrs. Melva Hirsche of 1113 mil St. S. who died sud- denly in the city Saturday, Sept. 30, 1972, at the age of 55 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1972. in the Lethbridge Stake LDS Chapel with Bishop Clifford Peterson ofiiehling. Honorary pallbearers were John Crcdico and Ralph Spice- Ac- live pallbearers were Wolfe, Union and Melvin Hirsche, Jim- my Brown, George Price nnc Glen Michelson. Interment was in the Stirlinrr Cemlcry. Chris Icnscn Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the u rangeraenta. WATMOUGH We would like to express our sincere thanks to all our relatives, friends and neighbors for phone calls, cards, flowers, visits and he many acts of kindness shown us in the loss of our daughter and sister, Marian. and Mrs. Ed Watmough and family. 91 SCIIALK We wish to ex- press our sincere gratitude to all our relatives, friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown us at the loss of oitr dear husband, father and grandfather. Thank you for the cards, beautiful floral trib- utes and tho lunch served after the service. Your kindness is ecply appreciated and will Iways cherished in our lemories. P. Schalk and family. 121 GOLIA In loving memory of our dad, mom and brother- dad, Mr. Wm. Golia, who pass- ed away Octo-! ber 7, 1965; Mrs. Yvonne Golia, who passed away November 9, 1950; brother George Golia, who passed away November 23, 1946. Deep in o u r hearts you are' fondly remem- bered, FOLKIXS We wish to ex- iress our sincere thanks and ipprcciation to all our relatives, riends and neighbors, Mr Wilson and Mr. Vogt, and staff of Holiday Inn, Mr. Art Batty of Holiday Village, Mrs. Vi Rhodes who attended our wed- ding fifty years ago and who made our wedding cake for our 50th anriversary- A special I hanks to our sons and daugh- ters, their husbands and wives, all the grandchildren. Special thanks to the seven grand- daughters who served o u r guests. Thank you all who help- ed to make our party such a uccess. Treva Folkbs. Just ONE PATTERN' PART __whip up pants-and-skirt all in one! Team with covered up or bare-midriff top for parties, scheme. cling round your names. 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