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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED Journeyman welder wanted 85 per hour minimum Apply VARZAHI IRON LTD. C2484-H Two or three people to Dick rock on dryland (arm lor about three weeks Phone Steve Gajdostlk, 326-2469, evenings. 1465-13 Experienced personnel required im- mediately (or lube rack. Phone 328- 9651. for appointment C2623-13 Ambitious Like people' You can earn extra money part lull time in exciting work Phone 328-1705 lor interview 1132-16 Port lime telephone interviewing. Please apply in writing giving resume by October 18th to Mar- keting Insight Ltd, 9723 3rd St. S.E., Colflory._________1424-12 AVON MAKES CHRISTMAS THE SEASON TO BE JOLLY Earn extra money lor gilts as an AVON Representative in your spare time Phone 328-7424 or write Mrs M Scott, 2514 23rd Ave S C2620-17 Wanted lor the Crowsnest Pass area Free two bay shop on No three Highway. Mechanic collects 80% labor Apply Turtle Mountain Auto Service, 562- 2724, Blairm'-'e 1515-13 Office clerk for local feedmill Agricultural education and farming background preferred Apply United Feeds Ltd 3515 2nd Ave N Phone 328-1731 C2514-16 WANTED IMMEDIATELY Licensed Body mechanic Flat rate with ex- cellent guarantee Wages u p to S1000 per month Phone 403-352-6043 or write Denham Ford Sales. Box 1540. Welaskiwm Alberta 1261-16 Why get snowed under1 by Christ- mas Bills earn easy extra spare time money to pay them as an AVON REPRESENTATIVE Call 328-7424, or write Mrs M Scolt. 2514 23rd Ave S C2425-13 Wanted Journeyman auto body mechanic Must be capable of high quality work Top wages in city, plus fringe benefits Contact management, Bullock's Auto Body Lid 312 1st Ave S 1231-12 Required in Calgary First class pastry baker. Starting salary S200 per week Five days, plus profit sharing beginning January 1st. Grand Bakery, 710 Centre St. Calaary T2G 2C9 Phone 261-0008 1599-15 Camper manufacturer requires, ex- perienced personnel who are in- terested in full time employment Untrained personnel will be con- sidered it they have knowledge of olumbmg, electrical or carpentry Apply Bronco Industries Ltd P.O Box 1119, High River giving ex- perience and salary expected 1601-18 WANTED AGGRESSIVE SALES PERSONNEL TO REPRESENT A LOCAL RECREATION VEHICLE OUTLET. EARNINGS UNLIMITED BASED ON HIGH PERCENTAGE OF COMMISSION SALES EXPERIENCE AN ASSET BUT NOT ESSENTIAL. FORWARD INFORMATION AND EXPERIENCE TO BOX 99 j LETHBRIDGE HERALD C2379-tf 65 HELP WANTED Career opportunity Canada s lastesl growing distributor ol freezer loods direct to consumers require responsible and aggressive representatives Experience m direct sales helpful but not essential Must have transportation and be prepared to work hard Above average ear- nings and rapid advancement for accepted applicants Phone 329- 0234 1243-12 No Realtor can guarantee you success in Real Estate but we can give you honest answers to your questions at BLOCK BROS CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE DLOCK BROS NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD cor personal interview call Frank Fnord. at 328-1044 (days) or 327- 3478 (evenings) C3414-K National paint company requires im- mediately person for inside sales and stockkeeping Experience m paint, hardwares or building materials preferred Good salary, pension plan, medical, dental, group life insurance available Only persons interested in good future and hard work need apply Write P 0 Box 791. Lethbridge or phone 328- 9222 C2610-13 The Calgary Co-op requires a mature service station attendant at its Brentwood location This is a perma- nent position offering good work'ng conditions and pay with a full range of employee benefits Hours of work from 12 noon until 9pm Monday through Friday Apply to Personnel office Calgary Co-operative Association. 8818 Macleod Trail South. Calgary Alberta 1556-15 Millwright Industrial Mechanic Phone 3.2G-I756 Canadian Dressed Meats Ltd. ACCOUNTANT Southorn Alberta Farm Equipment dealer requires full time accoun tant Must be capable of handling complete set of books up to and including statements This positior offers good working conditions and excellent salary. Write Madge Equipment, Box 299, Milk River, Alberta. ENGINE MECHANIC REQUIRED For interview UNIVERSAL ENGINE REBUILDERS 327-0922 C2611-13 Applications will be dcieptcd for thp oMowing Journeyman TV Technician Apprentice TV Technician Sales person Shipper and Receiver INQUIRE AT- SMITH'S COLOR TV 236 13th St. N Lethbridge C2621-17 Reliable cleaning personnel wanted. Phone 327-3365 1310-13 Experienced tapman Phone 327-3151. required C2650-1S 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT Full time person lor warehouse and delivery work. Apply Capitol Fur- niture. 326 5th St. S. C2603-13 Experienced pickup and delivery drivers required by local trucking firm. For appointment, phone 328- 4882. C2602-13 Wanted general plant help. Shin work. Year round employment. Apply Vauxhall Foods Ltd., Vauxhall, Alber- ta. Phone 654-2116. 1463-17 LEASE AVAILABLE Casile recreation resort re- juires a caterer to operate food, li- juor, entertainment and accom- nodatlon services during ski season For neidiK write West Castle Box 1239 Pmcher Creek, Alberta 1623-20h Part time, evening required lor Outrider Tavern Apply to Mr. Hober, El Rancho Motor Hotel. C2S49-1S Person with knowledge ol loading to work in yard Also some truck driving. NATIONAL SALVAGE LTD C2303-1I 66 OFFICE. CLERICAL_____________ Well established general insurance ollice requires experienced stenographer Top salary to right par- ly Write Box 115 Herald in own writing outlining qualifications C2465-M 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL Part time housekeeper needed. Ex- cellent working conditions. Apply in o-rson. Crest Motel. C2584-16 Mature housekeepers required at Lodge Motel Five to six hours per day. Phone 329-0100. C2612-M required for Top's Pizza and Spaghetti Apply m person C2430-1I Desk clerk and part time tavern supervisor Apply m person Alex- andra Hotel C2515-1I Waitresses-waiter wanted No ex- perience necessary Will tram Apply Mrs Shaw. El Rancho Motor Hotel Colfee Shop C2604-13 PIZZA PLACE Opening soon is now accepting ap- plications for cooks, dishwashers, bus boys or girls, waitresses, wait- ers, Apply in person to: THE MANAGER PIZZA PLACE 329-5lh St. S. Between 9 a.m.-5 p.m. C2385-16 68 DOMESTIC EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC PHONE 328-, 2867. 4951-tl1 78 LOST AND FOUND Found Phone 328- hall grown kitten. 1637 1625-12 Housekeeper required lor three children. Motherless home 328- 7808. 1558-18 Require Experienced cleaning help one day every two weeks Phone 327-7860 1560-13 Babysitter required or mother with child to come in Phone 329-3637, after 5 30 p m 1464-17 Reliable babysitter to come in five days a week St Patricks district Phone 328-8571, after 6 p m 1232-12 Needed immediately babysitter to come in Monday to Friday Bridge Villa Estates After 4pm. 328- 8236 1557-15 Babysitter required for baby and school-aged child Come in Monday to Friday or live in North side Mature person preferred Phone 328- 6049 after 5 30 p m or weekends 1233-tf Nurse requires babysitter to come in part time mornings with occasional full day No weekends and nc evenings Two children ages three months and two years. Civic Centre vicinity Phone 328-6565 1624-15 Housekeeper required for doctors household, three children and 4. Live in. Long term employment given preference. Phone collect 563 5562, Prince George, B C., be tween 8 and 11 p.m. ________________________1426-12 69 FARM Person required for dairy farm Piclure Bulle General farm labor House supplied 732- 4650 1344-15 Married couple wanted for dryland farm and cattle operation. Two bedroom modern house. Phone 223-8293, Taber. __ 1429-16 or married person for dairy nnd general farm work Phone 328- or 327 9233 R H Boulton, five m li s norlh ol Canadian Dressed Mer.1-, 1162-tl Help wonted to work in form feeoMot operation. Must hove ref- erences Modern house and utili ties supplied. 1-653-2049, Card- iton._________________ H2S-1.' 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED IMMEDIATELY Applications will be accepted (or two Certified Nurhiiig Aides lor a 60 bed active1 Irealmcnt hospital Please apply to Director of Nursing C-owMtcst Pass General Hospital and Nursing Home District No 40 Blairmore Alberta C2550-14 DIRECTOR OF NURSING Required For 50 bed, active treatment, accredited hospital located on Highway Two between Edmonton and Calgary Preference will be given to those applicants with previous supervisory experience nurs- ing unit administration Salary to be negotiated Please submit qualifications, references and dales available for in- terview to Administrator PonoKa General Hospital Box 699 PONOKA, Alberta C2613-20H 72 LICENSED KINDERGARTENS. NURSERIES Krndlp Koop Day Care Centre Children six weeks lo six years Phone 328-2835 Baby 2509 C4658-H 75 MUSIC TEACHERS Violin lesson. 0 B Bentsen A N.C.M., 632 SI. S. Phone 327- 6956 8082-11 reward offered for return of three year old rusty colored torn cat Child's pet. Phone 328-2847 1517-17 WOULD ANYONE HAVING IN- FORMATION ABOUT A GIRLS' BOMBER STYLE GRAY CURLY PILE JACKET, SIZE 11. MISSING FROM PICTURE BUTTE HIGH SCHOOL DANCE FRIDAY, OCTOBER Sth PHONE 327-9572. 1430-12 79 PERSONAL____________________ Gentleman looking for lady com- panionship, outings All answers kept confidential. Write Box 130 Herald 1518-18 ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem phone 327-8049 or 328-3246. after 7 30 p m Alone Sundays or any day of the ucuk? Come jnd see our Club Care parties and dances Completely (ret once or twice With or without escort We qel you acquamied Any day Iron-' 1 lo 11 m Phone 329 0955 482-tl Birth Control and Information Centre Counselling information and referrals concerning birth contiol VD. un- wanted pregnancies, sterilization Group presentations available 542 7th SI S Phone 328-0196 C1393-K FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF PO BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA SHIRLEY, 327-6292, JEAN. 327-8340 1686-tfh ADULT BOUTIQUE Marital Aids Lingerie. Send for free fully illustrated catalog to The Garden of Eden, 101-727 Johnson St., Victoria, B.C. __ ________________ 1466-13 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS Krby Vncuurn Stiles And Service Kirby Company ol Lethbndge 328 89G2 C3751-U Have o fireplace? But no wood? Potential home delivery service to itart Inquiries phone 328-0270. B_______________________1431-12 Son Hi or n Sump and Sten oil Rubber stamps corporate seals cl.itr't Same. service 1233 2nd Ave S PHONE 328-5114 C6924-1 Maytag Sales ancTService Services on all makes ol washers and dryers, automatic or conventional Also all small appliances lawn mowers, irons vacuum cleaners, etc No too large or too small LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES. 905 3RD Ave S Phone 327-4456 C7353-K 84 GARDENING Will haul garbage with half ton Phone 327-8237 1626-tt Will clean 1227 up leaves, Phone 327- 1345-6N Landscaping, sales and moving of maiure trees Spruce Tree Farms Ltd 328-5806 9002-310CI McLeans Tree Surgery Free es- timates Pruning trimming and felling Call 328-2094, 327- 1323 7030-tf Heavy duly rototilling. mowing grass, high weeds and landscaping. Satisfaction guaranteed 327- 1227 9645-8Nov Two five horse power power rakes Proven part time money makers. 3137 N Parkiide Dr. Phone 328- 3011. 1432-13 NOW IS THE TIME For fall planting We have on hand a good supply of EVERGREENS SHADE TREES UP TO 12 FT ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS I ACOMBE NURSERIES CDALDAl 6 ALTA 345-4633 Cl OSED SUNDAYS C2475-II K POULTRY AKB SUPPLIES Fryers olso custom Dyck, phone 345-3224 work. H. C2587-K 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Orange ana white kittens to give away Box trained Phono 327-9268. after 6 om 1467-13 House trained playful kitten to be given away. 327-3207. alter 6 prn 1519-13 Purebred Miniature Dachshund pup- pies for sale Phone 328-8061. 1520-13 SuiiTiesc Scnlpoint kiitens lor sr.le Gentle and house-trained Pnone atler 5pm 993-13 For sale Fancy show pigeons from champion stock 732-4278 or Box 262 Piclure Bulte. 1312-13 Hunting dogs. English Pointers Pups and started dogs to S300 All from Championship stock PRAIRIE KENNELS. 328-4913 1562-24 Two male registered black and tan miniature Dachshund puppies S100 Phone 733-3647, New Dayton Gmnq away'' MaKo roso'valions for you i ppt Southjlta Boarding Kennels, Barnwell 223-4130 C2297-260C1 Registered black Lab hunting dog Ten months old Ready to gel your birds Phone 756-3415, Stirling 1493-13 male one female part registered Lab pups Contact Ken Allan, 205 2nd St N Picture Butte on Saturdays 1469-12 Three mole miniature Dachthund puppies. Registered. Shew itock quality. 223-3691, Barn- well. 1434-12 Registered American Cocker Span- iel puppies. Eight wecki old, Buff. Championship i r d. Excellent show and Mmpcrmtnt. Idtal pell for children. Phone 1-223-8363, Tober.__________________143520h 86 PETS AMD SUPPLIES Afghan Two years old. Registered Offers. 326-3295 1468-17 mj, wbiwuvi it, 191 me LC I nBHIUUk HERALD 27 orop.'io complete and m qoud oidet nol lalur lhan fourieen (1U e1 i y s altoi closing dale of otherwise tlie deposit shall bo forfeit Plans and specifications have Iven placed wiHi Construction Association1- in Edmonton Calgary. Red Deer Lothbndqe and Medicine Hat lor Hie use ol sub-trades r H h General Conlr.iclor s lender i-i.i ie iccomn lined (a) j LPr- li'ied UieguG or bid bond in Ihe in in of V, 000 Of! OR (b) a lili, i1 c'ii qu( 01 hir1 bond for an amounl nl MO; less lhan 10% of lend M i> >ce Oerlified cheques aru to IIP m.tde payable lo Ihu Provincial Treasurer Tlie attuniion of tenderers is drawn to the1 Public Works Act Page 2. Clause. 9 which refers lo Forfeiture of Security The siu.cesslul Ipnjproi will he re- quired in providf a cprlilied cheque iv negotiable or properly assigned Governrnenl of Canada or Alberta I'mvini Ml Government Bonds lor Ten Per Conl (10 ol ol DIP contract or ,i riO Porlormance Bond THF IOWEST OR ANY TENDER Will NOT NtCFfiSARILf BE ACCEPTED Tenders will be opened in public in thp Alberia Public Works Conference Room 16th Floor College Pl.w.l Fd- nmnlon WAD SAUNDERS P ni Ptjiv MINISTER puni ic WORKS 06 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATH PEARSON Passed away on Wednesday. October 10, 1973, Andrew H. Pearson, beloved husband of Mrs. Sigrid Pearson of Fort Macleod. The funeral service will be held in Trinity United Church on Saturday at p.m.. Captain Ron Butcher of- ficiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, the Fort Macleod Drug Stores. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD Fort Macleod C2656 PUBLIC NOTICES; TENDERS FOR CALVES The Agriculture Canada Research Station. Lelhbndge. is inviting price quotations for the purchase of 40 steer calves Calves must be predominately ot Hereford breeding and weigh between 450 and 550 pounds each Prices should be quoted FOB Research Station. Lethbridge Weights will be oft truck weight at the Station. Quotations will be accepted on lots of 20 or more animals, and will close noon October 24th Station Personnel will examine animals October 25th and delivery may be made immediately For further information and Quota- tion Request Forms contact C G Schoenmg, Assistant Administrative Officer, Agriculture Canada Research Station Lethbridge Phone 327-4561 037 KINTLA EXPLORATIONS LIMITED TENDERS Sealed lenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5-00 P M MST November 15, 1973 at the com- pany olfice at St, Ed- monton, Alberta The contract will entail construc- tion of 13J to 2 miles of road bull- dozing and loading of an exposed dip slope bed, and hauling of the ore to Cranbrdook British Colum- bia a distance of 70 miles A min- imum ol 50 000 tons up to a max- imum of tons are to be extracted yearly. Arrangements to examine the min- ing location can be made by con- tacting the undersigned The lowesl or any tender will nol necessarily be accepted E Goble President Kinlla Explorations Limited S 31 TENDERS FOR GENERAL CONTRACT FOR ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF CONTINENTAL INN MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA Sealed Tenders addressed lo Con- tinental Inn tor "Erection and Completion of a Convention Centre, Medicine Hat, Alberta." will be receiv- ed up to 2 o'clock P.M Mountain Standard Time, October 30, 1973 Claris, specifications and tender :orms will be supplied to invited 3eneral Contractors on deposit ol One Hundred Dollars by he Consulting Engineers. J H Hogg Associates Ltd P O Box 970, 747 3rd Street S E Medicine Hat. Alberta Separate tenders tor supply and in- stallation of Kitchen and Bar equip- ment (not included in General Jontract) will be received at the same ime Bidders may receive plans and specifications of this equipment upon deposit of Fifty Dollars (S50 00) refundable on return of documents These tenders shall be in envelopes marked "Tenders lor Kitchen Equipment. Continental Inn and Specifications have been placed with Construction Associations in Edmonton, Calgary. Medicine Hat, Lethbridge and Saska- oon for the use of sub-trades A list of the invited General Contractors will ie supplied by the Consulting Engineers. Each Tender must be accompanied )y a Certified Cheque for an amount of not less than Ten Per Cent ol Fender or Bid Bond in the amount ol Ten Per Cent of Tender THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. 033 PUBLIC SALE OF LANDS (THE TAX RECOVERY ACT, R.S.A. 1970) CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of The Tax Recovery Act the City of Lethbridge will offer for sale by public auction in the Council Chamber in the City Hall in the City of Lethbridge. Alberta, on Friday the 26th day of October, 1973. at 1000 o'clock m the forenoon, the following lands LOTS 1 and 2 10 and 11 7 and 8 2 'i 14 and 15 20 11 44 BLOCK 18 14 164 5 904-C 4179-JK PLAN 2270-U 2478-R 43S3-S 1554-GG 2847-Y 406-R 1357-GY 6896-AE W of Tor- ranee Avenue 8 1 Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to payment ol all jx arrears and penalties and to a reserve bid of the full assessed value and subject to the reservations contained in the ex- isting certificate of title Each parcel offered for sale upon which some person is residing or of which some person s m actual oc- cupation will be offered upon the ex- press condition that no sale effected shall have any force or effect unless and until the same has been approv- ed in writing by the Minister of Municipal Affairs Terms One-quarter cash and the balance in three equal payments of six nme and twelve months from ihe date of sale with interest m six per cent on deterred payments Redemption may be effected by pay- ment ol all arrears of taxp-, and costs at any time prior to the sale DATED al Lelhbnclqe. Alberta, this 12th day ol Oclobcr, 1973 John Gerla City ClPrk 029 DEATHS RIBALKIN Passed away in the city on Thursday, Oc- tober 11. 1973, following a brief illness, Mrs Katherine Ribalkm at the age of 88 years, of 2204 14th Avenue S., beloved wife of the late Mr. William Ribalkin. Born in Tiffhs, Russia the late Mrs. Ribalkin came to Canada in 1899 first to Kamsack, Sask. In 1912 she moved to B C in 1915 to Lumbreck and then in 1929 to Lethbridge, where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by three sons, Peter of Kimberley, B.C Fred of Calgary. Alex of Ot- tawa; two daughters. Mrs. A. (Ann) Illuk, Mrs. J. J. (Mabel) Mallof, both of Lethbridge: eight grandchildren and nine great- grandchildren. Prayers will be said on Friday, (tonight) at 7 30 p.m in Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. in Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev. Blake Anderson of- ficiating Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, phone 328-2361 At the request of the family flowers are gratefully declined and those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of Mrs M N Wray. 1705 15 St S MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C2658 FREEBAIRN Passed away in Pincher Creek on Wednesday. October 10, 1973, A L (Scotty) Freebairn, aged 91 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Laura Freebairn of Pincher Creek. Born in Beith, Ayrshire, Scotland he came to the Pincher Creek district in 1899. He homesteaded in the Chipman district on the old Indian farm. He married Laura Wright in Pincher Creek in 1911. He operated a ladies' ready to wear in Pincher Creek for over 50 years, retir- ing in 1951. Besides his wife he is survived by two sons, John of Calgary and Lees of Kamloops, B.C three daughters. Mrs W (Laura) Christopherson of Minneapolis. Minnesota. Mrs. L (Agnes) Mitchell of Calgary, and Mrs Mary Farley of Pincher Creek: 17 grandchildren and nine great- grandchildren. The funeral service will be held in Pincher Creek United Church. Satur- day at p.m Rev. R. Putman officiating Inter- ment in Fairview Cemetery In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Pincher Creek Historical Association, Reg Bere or the Ladies' Auxiliary to St. Vincent's Hospital, Mrs. Joan Haigh Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Pincher Creek. C2655 FOSSEY Charles William, passed away in Cardston on Wednesday, Oc- tober 10, 1973 at the age of 99 jears. Mr. Tossey was born m Cambridge, England on April 5, 1874 He worked on the railroad in England for 16 years before coming to Canada in 1910 He settled at Magrath and worked as a caretaker in the Magrath School for 26 years. He was a very active member of the LDS Church. He was a marvelous gardener and was well known for his beautiful gardens In August of 1972 he moved to Cardston to the Grandview Nursing Home where he enjcned many new acquaintances. He leaves to mourn his passing two daughters, Ida Mary Spencer of Salt Lake City and Cecilia Foote of Magrath: a daughter- in-law, Ethel Fossey of Salt Lake City, wife of the late Cyril Fossey, seven grandchildren: 14 great- grandchildren; and two great- great-grandthildren. He was predeceased by his first wife, Maude Mary in 1947, his se- cond wife. Ida May in 1962 and by his three sons, Stuart William Clement Charles and Cyril William. Funeral services will be held Satur1 dav, October 13, 1973 at 2'00 p.m. in the Maprath LDS Church, with Bishop Alan Dudley officiating Interment will follow in the Magrath Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1.00 p.m. until prior to the service in the Relief Society Ruom of the church. CHRISTIANSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME 'LTD., Directors, of Funeral Service T2PR4 DEATHS TOTH Passed away in the city on Wednesday, October 1973. Mr. Sandor (Alex) Toth at the age of 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs Ethel Toth of 213 2 Ave S Born and raised in Hungary, the late Mr. Toth came to Canada in 1965, first to Picture Butte and then to Lethbridge where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons, Alex of Glencoe, Ontario, and Joe of Stirling: four grandchildren; one sister. Mrs. J. (Mary) Kemeri of Lethbridge, three brothers, Frank of Calgary, Joseph and Louie both of Hungary. Prayers will be said on Friday at 8 p.m. in Martin Bros MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N The funeral ser- vice will be held on Saturday at 3 p.m. in the Bethlan Presbyterian 1020 10th Ave N w: Rev. George Teles cffic. ating Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS LTD Direc- tors of Funeral Service C2659 GAVRON Passed away in the city on Thursday, October 11, 1973. following a brief ill- ness. Mrs. Elsie S. Gavron at the age of 53 years, beloved wife of Mr. Eric Gavron of 2306 14th Avenue S. Born in Winnipeg the late Mrs. Gavron came to Milk River in 1945 and to Lethbridge in 1962. Besides her loving husband, she is survived by one" daughter, Mrs L Pittman of Lethbridge; one grandson Shawn Pittman: one sister. Mrs (Helen) A. R Outtnm of Edmonton, and one brother. Mr. Henry By- quist of Winnipeg The funeral service will be held on Satur- day at 3 p.m. in Immanuel Lutheran Church, with Rev. W. Schoepp officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Cana- dian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bldg. Friends may pay their respects at the Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3 Avenue S. un- til 2.30 p.m. Saturday. MARTIN BROS. LTD Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2657 CARDS OF THANKS MORRISON Many thanks to my family and friends for the letters, cards, flowers and fruit I received during my stay in hospital and to the visitors since I returned home Morrison 1606 ALEXANDER Constable and Mrs K D H. Alexander of Vauxhall would like to thank the doctors and staff of Magrath Municipal Hospital for the safe delivery and wonderful care Bea and Lara Ann Rae received during their stay Also thanks to our dear friends for lovely flowers and gifts. 1565 WARBURTON The fami- ly of the late Charlie War- burton wish to express their sincere thanks and apprecia- tion to the many dear friends and relatives who sent floral tributes and expressions of sympathy during their recent bereavement Special thanks to doctors and nurses of the hospitals concerned, pallbearers, minister and ladies of St Paul's United Church Choir. 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