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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR 19 1Q71 FEMALE HELP BUSINESS IDlrtL 1 CarL Of DEATH BAUZIOCII Walter o Coleman, beloved husband o Mary Badziodi, passed in the t'rowsnesl Pass Genera Hospital on Friday, October 8 1971, at age 73 years. He was born in Poland on March 22 18811 and came to Coleman in HI28 and has resided here since Me married Mary Koziol hi Po land in 1925. He was employee as a miner at the Internationa and Michel mines until his retirement in 1962. Mr. Badzioeh was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Coleman Legion UMWA, Coleman Elks and Po lish Combatants. He had servec in the First World War will tlio Polish army. He was pre deceased by one brother Frank in Chicago in 1S63 and his parents in Poland. Survivors include his wife Mary, Coleman; three sons, Joe, Montreal, Walter, Smokey Lake, John, Cran-brook, B.C.'; one daughter Mrs. J. (Sophie) Cardie, Valleyview, Alberta; 14 grandchildren; one sister in Poland. Prayers were said in the Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Coleman, Sunday, evening. Requiem Mass was celebrated on Monday, October 11. with interment following in the Coleman Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations will be gratefully accepted for the Dr. Emil Aiello Memorial Fund, care of Crowsnest Pass General Hospital, Blairmore, marking donations "In Mem-orv of Walter FAN-TIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. y Jn DEATHS IIRAXDLE Passed awaj in Toronto on Sunday, Octobei 197J, Mr. Rudolt Brandle (formerly of a the age of 59 years, belovet husband of Mrs. Pauline Bran die (nee of 30 West Chester Drive, Toronto, On tario. The funeral service wi] be held on Thursday, Octobei 14 at p.m. in Martin Bros MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 K Street N., with Air. J. R. Chap man officiating. Interment wil follow in Mountain View Cem etery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. ME MORTAL CHAPEL, phone 328 2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 1 DEATHS TAYLOR Leslie S., passed away suddenly in Great Falls, Mont, on Monday, October 12, 1971, at the age of 62 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ethel Taylor of Cardston. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTEN-SEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Are in Charge C7899 HILDENBRAND-of Taber, passed away at Spencer, Idaho, Robert Allen, on Friday, October 8, 1971, at age a) years. I Born at Taber, July 23, 1951, he received his schooling at Taber j and at the time of his passing Robert was attending the University of Lethbridge, in a Second year education course. S'ur-vivors are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hildenbrand of Taber; one brother, Donald, of Lethbridge; one sister, Debra, Taber and grandparents, -Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Anderson, Scan-dia, Mr. and Mrs- L. Hildenbrand, Medicine Hat. Funeral services will be conducted from Salem Lutheran Church in Scandia on Wednesday, October 13 at 2 p.m., with Rev. Frank Netter officiating. Interment will follow in of each tender ubm 56 FARM HELP me following pMi.ion: CUSTOM BEET HAULER REQUIRED Phone 655-2424, Grassy Lake. 7 address applications to: 1 Superintendent nf Schools r County of Red Deer No 73. a Box 920, Red Door, Alberta. f Telephone: 3.17-1551 o C7B36-16 BLAND PHOTOGRAPHY imited Is now offering a special offer hrough the telephone to ntroduce esidence to his new locdiion. If you re planning portraits over llic next nw yf-irs, this exciting low cost Ifrr that you'll wan! to take aciv.in-nqe Slay close to your p ou may be called. OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS Order No. 701-M01-018 nstallation of Approximately L n. Foe! nf 6" Water Main, 1200 Lin. Fed of B" Sewer Main and Related Work, Moses Lake Townsitc, Blood ndian Reserve, Cardsron, Alberta, B District, Index No. A nerta .195. Sealed Tenders, marked as to cnn-ent, addrossed lo Regional Engineer, Department nf Indian Aflairs a n rl Northern Devflopmenl, ?7Ui Ronr, C.N. Tower, Edmonton 15, Alberta, w be received up lo: r p.m. (MST) October J6. 1971. t lender documents can be: Obtained liy General Contractors only v on deposit of S2S.OO in Ihe form of a CERTIFIED CHEQUE payable to THE o RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA, s rom Regional FJnnineer, Dept. Indian Afl.i rs and Norlhern Development, v 7lh Rrmr, Tower, F.dmonton and o Officer- in-Clinrqe, Blood UiM- d ct, 706 Federal Huildlng, 1 elhtridge "ximinetl, "a g.iry Construction Association, M-10 th Ave. N.W., Calqary .nth irldge f finstrui linn Av.r.ciatinn, ,U :irtl Ave. S., Lflhbritlrje. or any lender no! nccettflrily ccfiplcd. L. R. Clark, P. Regional engineer. thank you lo the City of Police Department 'or their assistance on Wedncs-lay afternoon. Bill and Dorolhy Chester Larry and Dawn Jensen Glcnna and Dcbbi Chesler Poppa and Granma Sinclair Grandad Chester C7876-IO MARRIED MAN TO WORK ON FARM and ranch in southern Alberta knowledge of cattle and machinery. Good living accommodation. Schoo bus to door. Reply Box 24, Herald. FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE THE EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE Part OF At lU VrriUft A' r-'IOI.PHFP'tS I'OTAl I TOR I. if fc KiJOW 1 i n IF: toMPo-N no: t 01- O' >R OVVIJ ATiVO'.PI HT-PI" iirci-i OPT- fti COM! s r MOPr P.tMAPKAHI f Af ID MOP6 DIFFICULT F OK sciF-NTisTa TO '.uiAPiv t, B S IACK Of- Q-'RVAlllH NOBLE1" GA.'.'S 6 IF UUMX Pl-K-Afta TUT- MUCH MEMORIAM KADO In loving memory f n dear husband and falhur, 'ork, wlio passed away October 2. IJMifi. Like falling leaves the years pass by, Bui, love and memories never die. Precious forever arc memories of you, Today, tomorrow and nil life through. Kver remembered and sadly missed by Sue, Kelvin, Vicki and Mona. 1662 informalities in, or re [eel any r all tenders or to accept the Tender eemed most favourable for the project. I Mr. H. C. Poulwi Sec rotary -Treasurer I Town nf i Maqralh, Alborla, i A 0. 0 MftlhiMi Consullinq Engineering Ltd. t 7.13S Flint Rofld S.E. Calnary V, Alberta. ;