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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, October 74, 1972 42 TRUCKS FOR SAIE CMC 950. FOUR SPEED. T'.VO rtxlc, Phono 327-.IW7. CSWJ-3S 19i5 FORD HALF" TON. GOOD SHAPE. Motor excellent. S550 firm. 196 S DOOG E F> U P, EXCELLENT condition Only used camper. Phone Ernie- 776-26 1764 FORD HALF TON S.W.8. STEP Bide, slinrJivd. K7-7774. FORD HALF TON a peed. yx-J rubb-rf. S17J. 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT PRESCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; IraU servicing, s for age ar.d rcpafr. Pho 328-JJ31. 43A MOBILE HOMES USED SPECIALS TRUDY I Cfilnook, De1roi1er UxiB TOR SALE 16 FT. TEE PEE HOL- Idiy frailer, ileeps six. Require at three offers. Highest offer neces- sarily accepted. Phone 653-3011, Ttxon- fo Domlnic-m, Bank Carditon, Albcrla 10X50 Canadian Star, 10> Com in udorc, 12x61 Stewart Coach, Bv33 Commodore, Bx35 Esta Villa Travel SI.SCQ SI ,200 Your Mobile Home Discount Centre LOOK MOBILE HOMES GV.C n TON v-s, THREE jpKd aurornafic. This uriT li cameor equipped, 378-7477. 77J-30 THREE AUSTIN AMNI TIRES v-hjels; one laro-j dog flir Flight n.'l days, al'e; cm.. 774-16 HEAVY DUTY GttC I. 19 ft. box dud caltle racVs. speed transmission. V-8 engire, speed axle. Approximaiely i ci n'Olor and transmission JOE'S MOBILE HOMES (JOE TARNAVA) 1st Avc. and 32 St. S. On Highway 3 to Taber Trie home cf Knlgnt Sch and Gentian's Mobile Hc in single and double wi idt Industrie! 1, 73S-J55I 7 33-15 !S PORD H Heavy e'v. Blocv TON duly io- See us n south- Karl Wilde ____ 562-2363 327-3744 ____ 328-7462 45 AUTOS WANTED CASH PAID For uierf ters trucks cr will t cspl ccnsian ment. TOW! "i COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 328-3654 j 46 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES WANTED ,iirs carry an- itlnj laXe up to Only 3, KM Sals S2.595. Can Bin St. K._____________________ Kti CHEVROLET ONE TON. STEEL V-S molcf, lour speed, 'adiv. new I ires, nev.' pain! Excellent condi- tion thro'.jgho'jt. Asking price 1595. 327-47.35._________________ '60-26 FOR SALE OR RENT (T COSTS NO TO HAVE THE exnerls Install ycur Eiy-lifl cr frarre hllch SAW AND CARL'5 WELDING, Open Sunday from 1 to 5p.m. Phone 323-0166 or 328-0181 offer hours, 327-2416 or 327-4006 SAVE ICO'l OF DOLLARS AT TRAVELCRAFT SALES AND RENTALS LTD. 1K'3 3rd Avt. S., 377-1QW .Ml 1573 Skipper rental trailers ard gin-iper-. are going st great savings. M-deli range from eight ft. camper lo rr.j 195 trailer. These units ail in Immaculate condiHen fltid ready far delivery. Save IWs of Dollars en, brand new 1J7Z models' year en3 clearance sale. OUJ-tf 1972 SCAWPFR TRAVEL TRAILER AND CAMPER CLEARANCE ONIY 23 UNITS LEFT 1972 Scamper 3J It. Tendern Pullman t-hrcrrve bumper cover, carpet stabilizer 110 volt entrance light, range cover. -J.S cu. tt. way retrigerater, tanks, battery a.-d VJas Save NOW 54871 1972 !2 ft. tandem Pulimen drape, trireme bunicer cover, carpal, slabil- vslt lighting, eu. ir three-way refrigerator, B.T.U. furnace, battery and Was 15213. NOW 197? Model 195 bumper cov- er. Pullman drape. Wai SWO. Save NOW Mod s I la ft. Pullman stove and oven, three-way relrigerator, tanks, brakes, awning. Was J35W. Save WW- NOW S3038 Model 170 Brakes, refrigerator, heater, awning, twin tan Vs. Was .Save S537. NOW 1 only li ft.'i Refrigeralcrs, heater, awning, (win tanks, step, V.'ere S24H, Save NOW 1 14 ft. awning, step. 52348. Save 1719. NOW Annual Year-End Clearance Do Not Miss The Fantastic Savings And Free Accessories ALL NEW AND USED TO CLEAR AT LOWEST PRICES EVER Ft, and 1) Ft. Camperi 53 lo 23 Ft. Trailers All winterized Snowmobiles and Trail Blkei illy reduced away on two (nd lour VMNTFD StX VOLT GAS HEATER for te twin pie te- Phcoe JJS-Jll'3 cr 3ig-OJlJ. X3166-7- PERSONAL TEENS Are you living wilh n drinker in your riome? There understand- Ing and help for y u. Phone Jean Marilyn 33B-G972; Jane 337- 'OE4. 5383-1fh SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALLING, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilinci, repair work. Phone 328-7J6J. KIRBY VACUUM SALES AtJD SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LE7H- BRIDGE 33B-B7W. C37il-U SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Ru'jtcr stamps, corporate s e o I daters. elc. Same service. 12 3nd Ave. S. Phone 323-5114. CWI-t- 47 LIVESTOCK when are you gonna quit foldin' diapers? I've been out of them for six years now, remember? DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF Charne. I FTHBRIOGF RENDERING. Phcn'c Letribrldge. HORSES WAHTSD ALL TYPES AND SIZES. ALSASK FEMALE HELP MALE HELP WANTED MIDDLE WELDER REQUIRED UU-medlately. Apply Varrarl Iron, Ifioa Ave. FI. C3073-H MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and prctesiinq. Wholesale meat and livestork dpalers. CITY PACXER5 LTD. Priar.e 327-3WJ, Lelhtridge. REQUIRED FOR and hal Lculique. Responsible, mature person only. Also part time hslp needed. Apply in person. Wig Boulique, Woolen Deparltnent S1are. PROGRESStVF BODY SHOP IN MEDICINE HAT HAS TWO VAC- 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE PHONE 53S-3110 OR WRITE TED'S AUTO BODY LTD. 645 S. RAILWAY ST- MEDICINE HAT tAZ-U ATTRACTIVE YOUNG (enriale vocsllsl For country and lighl rock band. Guitar ability desirajle bu> not essential. Phone 32S-OI03, after 10 p.m. CHINA CABINET SEMI-ROUND, atl glass. PMone 323-B3B2. CHILD'S JUDO SUIT 3I7E ONE. Phcme 327-5018. Sit YOU KNOW AVON Representatives have their own sleady customers who buy our cosmetics, fragrances, und beaulHuJ gifts again and sgaln? ITs easy and fun being etn Avon rep-fesont.Ttive. For details, tail 323-7J2-1 or wrile Mrs, W. Scolt, 2514 23rd Ave, S. HOIST WITH OR WITHOUT BED FOR one ten trucK. Camper equipment. stcve, reirice.rfl lurrace, elc. 93M. MALE -FEMALE HELP WANTED COUPLE WANTED TO TAKE OVER Raymond Dry Cleaners. For particulars wril: box 441, Raymond or phone 751-3513, events, 539-25 SCRAP STEEzL CAST IRON COPPER Brass Radiators VARZAR1 IKON Ptiona 323-73J2. CJ5J3 MAIE HELP OR WOMAN OVER 10 TO WORK at Tops Pizza and Spaghetti No experience necessary. Apply in person 11 to 5 p.m. C5W5-1 VIIGHE5T PRICES FOR Melals Steels and TRUCK DRIVERS FOR ?rvers, automatic cr conventional. Also all small appliances. laAn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners. e1c. No iob foo large cr loo small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 90J 3rd Ave. 327-Jiii. C73S3 70 GARDENING CarJi Of JltanL, JJn VA1LE cd au'.ij October' DEATHS .lolm Edward, siass- 1 suddenly on Friday, 70 years, beloved fallicr of Mrs. Joyce (Konaldi Cubista of Port land. Survivors include his Mollicr, Mrs. Afilics M. Vaile of Lellibridgc: five brotb- crs, Charles II., Calgary, Al- DEATH I.cCLAIHE Passed away suddenly on Highway No. 4 south of LclhbridKO on Sunday, October '12, 1972, Mr. Raymond John Baptiste LeClaire, at (he age of 2-! years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Vivian LeClaire of Stirling. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at WELL ROTTED MANURE AND TOP- soil. Phone 328-32fiS, LetKirldge. 3627-11 WILL CLEAN YARDS AMD BASE- ments. Free estimates. Prompt ser- vice. Phsne 32M37D. MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE esliniatfi. Pruning, Innimfng and fell- ing. Call 7030-tl MOVING e Spruce, White Asti. up lo IS 11. rees. 377-4177, aller 8S47-13N TREES AND Available now Bli Spruce and Green Tall. Our planting of larger 4 p.m. 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES HHAVY ROASTING HENS. SIX LBS. pan ready 35 cents per Ib. Roosters, eight" Its. pan ready 32 cents per Ib. Young fryers and roasters cents on dozen loin. Free delivery. Custom killing. H. Dytk, Coaldale. Phone CiSSQ-tf >cit II Cutl'iuik, Mont., 13 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEM- US.A., liaUih I'.. Salmo, B.C.. OHIA1, CHAPEL. 703 13lh St. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES REGISTERED 2Vj WONTH OLD iNrc'iic E. and Frank W. of Li'thbriclpc.'; five sisters; Mrs. Mamie Mcln'.yre and Mrs. Flor- ence Yorpaso-.i, Clarcsholm, Mrs. Annes M. Conker, Leth- Ijridgc. 'MIS. Hazel Maslcn am! Mrs. Olivo (liolancl) Hill, Cal- gary: nlso foin grandchildren and numerous nclces and neph- ews, lie predeceased iiy his father, Mr. Cha-bs A. Vaile and one sister, Mrs. Emma (Luther) Foster. Born in Elko, B.C. on February 22nd, 1902. He was raised in Gramim and went to school there. He moved lo Burns, Oregon in 1930 and shovtly afterwards to Winne- mucco, Nevada, where he has resided since. Funeral services will be held in Winnemucca, Nev. on Wednesday, October 25th. Edie's Mortuary in charge ot funeral arrangements. N., with Rev. D. C. MacMahon officiating. Interment will fol- low in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Friends may pay their respects in Martin Mem- orial cliapcl. 703 13th St. N. plione 32B-23G1 MARTIN BROS. LTD, Directors of tho Funeral service. C5076 DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1JC5 2r.d Ave. S. Phone 327-iIi' SCRAP IRON Guaranteed satisfaction Special wi h-alen SEE US NOW AT CHINOOK OUTDOOR SALES Across from Police Station Downtown Lethbria'ge PHONE 328-4916" Copper Bross Rodiolors Bakeries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD, 305 23rd St. W. cWS-tl 53 FEMALE EMrtOYMtNT WANTED KINDERGARTEN TEACHER WILL babysit 'ri her home. Reasonable rates Lake view area. Pinone 327-1003, X31i7-30 WILL BABYSIT TV.'O P RE-SCHOOL hildren in my sooth side home. 3T-E- 79J. 625-2o NOW (Xily M n. BraVei, relrige-ralcr, awning. S2335. Save NOW 5745 NOW NOW eight It. campers er.d licks. V.'ere SI74I. Save I3U. NOW NOW 51459 Was S149J S1345 fl tvrily campers Vr'erf S7I3S. Save NOW 63 ff. camper as iUP, NOW 43A MOBILE HOMES ID x "t a iLE ,'ery good condition, Furniihed or rnished. 627-36JO, Croek. i4 LICENCED KINDERGARTEN CLARK EARLY CHILDHOOD EDU cnTicn [forrr.erly June's Nurs ery) Three, iour and five >ear old- accepted. Phone 326-0139. 54A UCENCED NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, SLX wesks fa six Pnc :aJ5. Bsby Centre 3I3-35C.9. DELUXE TRAILER mobile home. Three tedrooms wilh balhs. All skirling v.ri1h porch. No. 12 Fooftiills Trailer Courf. noving, must sell. Phone i27-4285, lincher Creek. 17J-lf WINTER? Dcn't let It tatcti YOU without youi inobil" from UNITED FALL CLEARANCE SPECIALS conrinu on all units In sfcxzk ordered, eg. 1? x 60 fl- three bedroom, fulh. furnished utility services, with roverst isle only ONLY) Financing arranged swltfi down pay- merits and up to 10 years. Come to Uniled and get ready foi UNITED MOBILE HOMES Dlv: Uniled Motcrs Co. Lid. Jrd and Scenic Driva ph: or 327-17BO CJSS5-K HARVEST SPECIAL FULLY EQUIPPED Jl FT. MOTOR HOV.H AUTO. TRANS POWER STEER IMG BRAKES, FLUOR- ESCENT LIGHTING. i.f> CU FT. RE FRiGER ATOR, DUAL REAR 'WHEELS, W CARPETS FOUR BUR'IER RANGE EYE TO EYE OVEN. SI 2, 33? SAVE 11S39. NOW AKo cn 1300 cn-iuis mount Savings never be greater CITY" UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Corner 3rd and 3rd WHERE WE GET IT ALL TCGE7HEP GET HOT! 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL DO trets, cleanin pentry. Reas JOBS, TRIMMING palnling and e. 327-E134. 616-1 RETIRED WAN 40, UNIVERSITY educdlicn desires something lo kes busy al. Salary of no consequents Box 10, Herald. filt-2 56 FARM HELP WANTED WANTED TRUCK DRIVER FO Iruckinrj b-cels, Phone Jcrm Vcss fctll, 3iS-JU3. 64B-3 ARR1ED TOR GENERA arm Mud prn home and ull lies supplied. TitJin Farms L1 ;x 94a, Lethbridge, Phcxia 32E-320 5INGLH OR dairy ar.rf ge Boulton, norlh, Canadi 5W. CAARRIEO WAH farm work. nile east, five in Dressed Weals. 3? 339- FO running 1 And take advantage ;LEARANCE 1572." UNITED NOW Dl lh- unbelfev- ctior.i at FALL Thre- rovcn dryer. SUPER SPECIALS 12 X60 fully furr.Iihed with Brand NEW. tlO'ff 14 X66 Deluxe fccdr-wm folly furnish- Ser vices for washer and dryer. I to veal I runs. Brsr.d tfEW only MARRIED fAAN year round on rnod'rn dai j farm near Leinbridge, r Tcp and all ber fits. Fully mtxlcrn house. Pav Dairy, Box 5-17, Pf-.c 337-9311. 57 PART TIME HELP REQUIRED housekeeping. Apply Mrs. 5. St, 791- WE NEED CHRISTMAS HELP Could you spar? ;o Iwurs a i you are paid SSS fi ECUR1TY GUARDS VJANTED ediately. Must dependable and ondabte. Phor.e 358 W54. C503S-27 ODY MECHANIC OR AP- renllcc. Apply Bc-dy Shop manager nited Letnbrldge. FOUR MONTH OLD WHITE COCK- er-poo puppy. Has distemper shofs. framed. Phone 3J7-S4EO. BOARDING INDOOR, OUTDOOR Pickup and delivery available SauNiaila Kennels, 1-213-4130. C4979-5 GREAT DANE PUPS, REGISTERED. Ears cropped, talowd, wormed. ChamplDnshlp stock. Phons 7il-iJS7, No Realfor can guarantee yau in Real Es1a1e tu1 can give you rionesl ansv.-ers Jo your questions ef BLOCK BR05. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE fAEN WANTED TO PICK ROCKS Fcr venings. Tinordi at (rfavs) or S STOP uccess If only a pho (Intl out how phon nt, Mr. Martin m noonrtS p.m. appoint- Tuesday B11-24 EXTILE WITH ections retail slorei, Jo seU farqe e of and elastics. Wrife Hardy, 7255 Alexandra, Montreal. 781-3 BUS LINES NQV; AC- ipling applicalicns fcr part lime and ill time employment. Driver mecri- lies tetween ages ?3 and 33. 327-3536. REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY CON- alching and controlling of vjcrk n automotive garage. Wechankat ex- -ricnce necessary. Write Box fl. Her- Id. 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES LEARN THE WORLD'S MOST EX- hobby "CERAMICS." Phone 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS TWENTY BIG RABBITS FOR SALE. S2.2S each. Phane 817-76 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP SALE OR RENT POOL and coffee sr.sp al Fore mail. FOR SALE IN PROSPEROUS AND fast-growing of Brooks ma" oil company bulk fut! dealership and station. P.O. Box 1178, Brooks TOJ OJO. 3J1-26 H R BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE TABER GROCERY STORF_ FOR SALE on main si real. Buildings. stccX and Building may be bcuqht rented. Reason for selling hcail Write Box 355, Taber. 657- Thous In th incom Nov; H and lo prepare ir new llralio Blcck incom as field of teach you ix relurns In a :ourse, covering theory and ap- PRIVATE RETAIL, SEAFOOD BUSI in C.C. and cr investment. Grosses 53 LICENSED MECHANIC FOR JOHN DEERE DEALERSHIP WRITE BOX 11, HERALD AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION REBUILDERS wages and excellent Moving expanses orking cor.- arranged. Largest national organization. All bene- s. AAfACO TRANSMISSIONS, 115 it Ave. S. Calgary, Albcrla. siness, 2i2-33fll, Lftrry. 74; ?3 If so, ar.d you Leslie, 373-W34, and p.m., Monday, and Wednesday. CW2A7J BONUS cne park cl your UNITED MOBILE HOMES Olv: Ur.Ucd W.olcrs Co. LM. Corner 3rd Ave. and Scani-- Driva Prone: Ytl-Wil cr Sur.cJays 1-3 p.m. MAKE EXTRA CASH FOR CHfllST- mas shc-pnir.q by selJintj our line cf products and giffs, or 337-1S33, >OR irJFORMATIOfJ. V A N D A COUNSELOR, 7S42 SOUTH PARKSIDE: DRIVE, LET MB RIDGE, ALOERTA. CS001-31 MAKE EASY WANTED IMMEDIATELY! FOURTH CLASS ENGINEER FOR GAS-FIRED BOILERS Apply IFTHBRIDGE LAUNDRY LTD. 1818 3rd Ave. S. PHONE TODAY FOR YOUR FREE BROCHURE. CLASSES START NOW. Roy Aldous 327-3712, days or 327-8126, evenings. 63 MUSIC TEACHERS PIANO LESSONS MRS. BARBARA TetifaM. A.R.C-T. 34J5 20lri Ave. Pnone 998 CARL CULLER MUSfC STUDIO 314 8th St. S. Next dssr to Baitey's Keyboard Will teach beginners, yerung and old, classical and popular music. I special- Ire In piano playing methods. Phcna Passed away sud- denly in the city on Sunday, October 22, 1972, Mr. John Dev- liu at tlie age of 58 years, beloved husband of Adriennc Devlin of 17M 30th St. 5. Born in Russell, Manitoba, he late Mr. Devlin came to from Winnipeg in as Supevintentient of Can- ada Packers. He served with the Canadian Forces during the Second World War and had heen employed by Canada Packers for 44 years. lie was member of the Masons, the Elks, JIagrati! Golf, 702-Wing R.C.A.F. and St. Jolin's Ambu- lance. Besides his loving wife hs is survived by one son Mr. Ron Devlin of Halifax, one daughter, Mrs. Janet Hornshy of Winnipeg: six grandchildren; or.e sister, Mrs. Ester Ballen- time of Vancouver and one step-sister, Mrs. June delhorn, three brothers, Fred, Bob and Art, all of Winnipeg; two step-sons, Ralph Martin Embury and "Robert Joseph Beauty Salcn eludes four chairs ai S75 per month inrludin and utilities. Phone 33 PRICED FOR QUICK SALE Embury, both of Lelhbridgo and two step-brothers, Joe Dev- lin ami Benny Devlin both ot Kenora, Ontario. The funeral 1 service will tifi held on Wednes- ivcnf day at 1 p.m. in Southminstor Uiiitwl Chinch, with Hev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. In- FUNERALS SZPENDYK Funeral ser- vice for Mr. Hryhory (Gregory) Szpendyk, beloved husband of Mrs. Maria Szpendyk of Ray- mond who died in the city Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1972, after an illness of several months at the age of 103 years, was held at a.m. Saturday in the Holy Trinity Ukrainian Greek Ortho- dox Church with interment fol- lowing in the Raymond Ceme- tery. Pallbearers were S. Pono- mar. N. Dovichenko, A. Stano, f. Myndio, B. Awramenko and B. MngierowsM. M.artin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. DETTERTDGE Funeral service for John (JaclO Better- idge, First World War veteran who died at Calgary Wednes- day, Oct. 13, 1972, at the age of 81 years, was held at p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, 1972, in the Christensen Chapel with Major J. Pierce officiating. Pallbearers were John Stuchlik, Alex Gallinger, George Ed- wards, Jim Coupland, Carl Keiison and William Imrie. In- terment was in the Field of Honor in Mountain View Cem- etery. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice, was in charge of the arrangements. D'AGNONE Requiem mass for Mr. N'icola (Mick) D'Agnone, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary D'Agnone of 1501 10th Ave. S. died in the city Tuesday, Lad its prosperc ear lor sale ty own and fast growing 1o B-C. Fcr mere inforr rile, 423-6SW, 9 ation p.m. 757-24 FOR LEASE New store In Town of people irrigaliwi district. J3 x IIS Ft. Cenlre of three store mall, food store and Link hardware either side. Ccrnpfele with furnaces ar.d air- condirEojiIng units. Write Box 940, Taber cr phciie 273-4103. 7-14-35 75 CONTRACTS MANAGER TRAINEE EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY For energetic younq per- inlcreitiXJ In prcgrc5 companies In l full derails of opportunities K. S. HUTTON A VCO FINANCIAL SERVICES FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE WHEN TECHNOLOGY LED SCIENCE Part Z1 65 LOST AND FOUND ward. Priofie OST PUREBRED SAWO- ed. SVi old. Collar. Vicinity Junior High, Phone 827-1 f LOST SIAMESE KITTEN 7H h oc tail Vicinity lilh St and Ava. M. Phone 33S 797S. icr.c yn- 783-30 PAINTING DOME VERY IfHAT and reasonable, -HS.lJn AND CEMENT islrucUcn. 379-J370 WEEPING TILE irk. Double J. Cc ALUMINUM WINDOVJS AfJD DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG. ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 333- 57J5 C19 CARPENTRY WORK. RE MOD ing, repatring, or tour F and L Construction. Phana J2S-2D77 or Jlfi-3237. ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, kifcrieni, Si Hfp. Phone 3281071. bath- r criun- 3JJ7 fl J EQUIPMENT COM I d concrete equipment, Be heaters- Phone 37S-4745 LOST DISTRICT rid ay aflornosn, year old fe- Tale Siamese cat. Child- en's pel. Regard offered. 323-7245. LOST OR STRAYED FROM H. HOI_- north and Black Angu andtr est Mc slecr spii fif fhe of steer ploase phone H. Holfander 62.1-3-117, Notlefortf. offered. 66 PERSONAL TALL. SINCERE mtans liVs fflched lariiei I. rrrf, in confidenc 3, Herald. GENTLEMAN fo Irrjm AlCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wilh n tjrinklng p roc I em. Phona 3376049 or 3 Id-324 J, elter a.m. EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT 5HR- vicc Dnnc? groups for nil occas- ions. etc. 323- LONESOWE: CEIIT, SO, numhtr Box i7, Herard. EPJTERTAINMENT SER- vic- DANCE GROUPS, AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS ETC. BOOK NO'.V FOR YOUR XW.AS YFARS REQUIREMENTS. PHONE COWPLETF HOROSCOPE Are yoiy facing difficult health? Money or troubles? t-Q-is of lovs r.r family Iroubtes? and gix.d (orlune In Ufa can yours. For information phone 333- FRED STEIWFR CEMENT WORK r.ld dug, proofin-r In sured, free eilimales. Phone C3W1 WF RUMPUS ROOf, ishlr.g, lincileum and file. Leu Schan proprietor, GARAGE BUILDING, C E M E tJ T work ar.d stucccini. Andersen i Sorenscn Ccnsiructicr., 1C20 7th C737M CARPENTRY, crmcnt, v.ill follow in Moufl- am View Cemelen'. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Mineral Sen'ice. Oct. J7, 1972, after a long ill- ness at the age of GO years, was said at a.m. Friday in the Assumption Roman Catho- lic Church with Rev. Father R. O'Loughlin the celebrant. Ac- tive pallbearers n y Virginillo, Tony Tho- mas Giacciietta, Victor D1 An- drea, Alike and Tony Paladino. Honorary pallbearers were Mi- chele and Alberto D'Andrea, Domiriico and Cosimo Caniso, Antonio and Giovanni D'Agnone, Dominico Parasone, Mjchele Virginillo, Nicola Santangelo and Felice Giacchetta. Inter- ment was in the Mount Cal- vary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. ALL REPAIRS 'ing specializing chii lent cement fii ig, Ifreplaces, hauia F E N C Ing. Ffrtisri 5, SIDFVMLKS, PATIOS, nt] and form Frea PS- workmanship. I fa nail. or W7S-1N rrrjce coNSTRurriOM AND SE- PAlfi. WilSrELLAflEOU? BUILDING, CEMENT WORK. ALL TYPEH HAUL ING, PHONE 377-5037, PLEASE READ YOUR AD Motorcyclist falally injured CALGARY rCP) William Darling, 20, of Calgary dial in hospital from injuries suffered in a motorcycle His motorcycle went out of control in the northwest area as it jumped a curb and hit a frame for a mobile home. MKGEI.LA John Michael, passed away in Picture Ruttc j on Sunday, October 22f 1972, at the of 20 yesrs, beloved' snn of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Mef-olln of Jolm was horn in 1 W.'i a nd m with his parents to Picture Butle in J9-1B. hi ]9oO John again moved with his family to Lomond, where he was farming with his father. Ho was a member of the Na- tional Slavic .Society. John is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Megclln of morvl; two lirolhcrs, Frank ward Jr. and Allan George, of Lomonfl; bis farter, Mr. Paul Trncik of Ivfith- five Mrs. Helen of Mrs. Martha Krarnpl of Diamond City. Mrs, Andy Stank o of Txv niond, Mrs. Miko Korrnos of Trenton. Ont., Mrs. Ann Bwlov- sky of Czcclioslovakin: uncles. Frank Trncik of Picutre Dutlc and John Trncik of Czech- oslovaViia, will be celcbratofl on Weilnesday, October 25, 1D72 al 10 a.m. in St. IVkT SI. Paul's Greek CalhoHc Church, with Rev. rsft'er K. Zubach celebrant, by Rw. Father L. Syv- onkry. Interment ivill follow in Mount Calvary Section of (he Mountain V i c w Cometery. F'raycrs will ho said Tuesday, flnn'iRhn OcJolwr 2-1. 1072 at p.m. in the Christcnscn Chapel. CTtRTSTFNSF.X SAL MON FUNERAf, HOMK LTD., Direclerrs of Funeral Service C5075 CARD OF THANKS D'AGNONE We the fam- ily of the late Mr. Nick D'Agnone, wish to express our sincere appreciation and grat- itude to all our friends and re- latives for their thoughtful and kind nets, for floral tributes, expressions of sympathy; to those who travelled long dis- tances, the neighbors who con- tributed (o the lunch, and to those who helped in any way luring our recent berearement. IN MEMOR1AMS FOILSYTII In fond and oving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Mary I, Forsy th f who pa ssed away October J9TO. Gone but never forgotten. It's a lonely life without you And sad has been the way, For life at. hotnc is not the same Since you were called away. remembered and sadly missed by loving hus- band and family in Calgary. HUGHES In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father and granddad, Arthur, who pass- ed away October No length of time can take away Our thoughts of you from day to day. Though absent you arc al- ways near, Still loved, still missed, still very dear. ever loved by his wife Charlotte, family and grandchildren. MORE IN MEMORIES ON PAGE Zl ;