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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 LOST AND PETS AND -S3 w ob ea t Vet 972 The on Wei ar J t Sop bor er ro er t io vil Ga NE arr T he 97 1 Tui A. >e n CH Re nt rie Vie wL na chc Uii I ed ne. he wi arc pa ser Se n Ca Ho im sto im res :o C? NF LOST ENGLISH SETTER, .MALE dog, J1SO reward for return. Black head, while body, wHfc while pa k ties. FuM ovtner on collar. Name plate. Call HOME WANTED FOR ONE mall female dog. House trained. Good vl h children. Phono 5M-35W, Cole-nan. TILE AND CEMENT work. Double J. Construe) Ion. 3I63B70 or 345-4430. LEURY, DULFUS, OR ANYONE ow ng whereabouts BUILDING, Bank, Montana. Area of Del Bonlta. Urgent. BUSINESS Phone 327-6682. of urgent personal 66 RENT BEAUTY SHOP, 3rd St. N. Phone 327-7f82. WORK, REMODEL-ng, repairing, sidewalks, ere. Town or counlry. E and L Construction. Phone 378-2077 or 32B-2237. FOR SALE BY TENDER loot by 60 loot frame building. May seen at 3716 16lh Avenue Soulh, tnbrldtw. west or any tender not necessarily cepled. Apply CrestElne Builders Mar-> Lid., Lethcrldge. WHAT'S 1T LIKE TO FARM Find out first-hand on The Western Producer 30-Day Farmer's and SOUTH PACIFIC Tourl Leaving Feb. 10, U73 (or AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, and the FIJI ISLANDS, One low price includes fare, ac torn modal Ton, sight-seeing even MEALS! Vis provide a Canadian escort every Step of the way. Tour is limited lo 30 persons ask for delalls tcday. Write, nl no obligation, tor Western Producer Travel -Service, P.O. Box 2SOD, Saskatoon, Saik. S7K 2C4. WEAR STORE FIXTURES Modern, cuslom made. Showcases, display stands and racks. Apply 309 5th S. E M C E S, SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, garages, cupbcards. frem-ng, llnlshtrvg and form es-rnaJes. Guaranteed workmanship. Na Ob loo small. Phone 328-0987 or 345-1493. AND LONG DISTANCE MOV-ng business. Fully licensed, van all llallon. West Koolenay area. Write Box 11, Herald. III be aces p red by the Shauqhnessy otel untjl 5 p.m. Saturday, I6tn, 1972 for painting of all erlor BUILDING FOR SALE ON MAIN STREET Tater, 24x99 ft. Write Box Herald. TQ.CRED1TORS AND CLAIMANTS 1N THE SURROGATE COURT. OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In tha mailer of estate of FRANK ARNOLD BAKER Who died on the 14lh day of July A.D, TAKE NOTICE lhat oil persons having claims upon Ihe estate or the above named must lile wlrn the under-s gned solicitors by the 141h day of Oclober A. D. 1772 a Full slatemenr of Itwlr claims and of sccurMles held by DENECKY AND BAINES 309 Canada Trust Building Lelhtrldge. Alberla Sollcilors lor Executrix Margaret Haiel B. Baker EMERY'S BOOKING SERVICE Dante groups for all occasions. Weddings, clubs, etc. Phone 328-2B67. SALE ACTIVE AND THRIV-ng franchlsed business located In ethbrldge. Owner participation not necessary. Write box 30, Herald. of Wilbur -Stkkel, ox fi, Shaughnessy, Alberla. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-60-W or after FOR SALE will be accepted for the pur-hase of th? following listed County Warner School AND MOBILE HOME PARK 10 deluxe units complete wMh color TV, atr-condllloner. 16 pad mobile 10 me park. Overnight campground, .arge three bedroom riome with dovb-e carporl. 17.3 acres. Box 1173, Cres-on, B.C. AM LEAVING FOR TORONTO OC-tober 1st. Returning In approximately 1! days. Anyone wishing lo accompany me please to box 24, Herald. GAflC 54 passenger 59 Chev 42 passenger 958 Ford 30 passenger 54 GWC 30 TYPE CAR WASH, u ly automatic 75 ft., water softener, waler healer, vaccum cleaner. Like new. Mew price was and guarantee. Will take small house In trade. Box 20, Herald. will cose at p.m. Friday, enlemter 15, 1972. B, Nilsson Score rary of Schools County of Warner No. 5. POUNDS DOWN CLUB Jnformalion Miss Thfilma Corney 328-8411 or 317-3742. Lose these exlra ugly poupds. Club meets every Tuesday at In lunlor auditorium, Salvation Army, 1302 4 Ave. S. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In Ihe Estate of ANDREW MOE, !e, of the Hamlet of in IB Province of Alberta, Farmer, >tt eased who died on or about Ihe h day of AprH, 1972. TAKE NOTICE lhat sll persons hav-rtg claims upon Ihe estate ct the above amed must file with the urwfer-entloned Solicitors by fhe 14th day October A.D., 1971 a full statement it Ihelr claims and of securities held HUCKVALE, WILDE AND KRUSHEL Acadla Building, Lethbrldge, Alberla Sollcllcrs for the Administrator Andrew Moe. TEENS Are you living with a problem drinker Tn your home? There is understanding and help for you. Phone Jean 327-3340, Marilyn Jane 317-7036. bfoller hatching, egg supoller. csslng approxlmalely Three Kdroom house, fully serviced Three lei east of Two Hills. Tola! prke 20 acre slle details ntacr Paul Soldan, Box B9, Two Us, Alberta. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS 1N THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE n the matter of Ihe estate of LILLIAN CAMERON ROBERTS, 1atC of the Town of Raymond in Ihe Province of Alberla, widow deceased, who died on er about Ihe 22nd of July A. 0. 1972. TAKE NOTICE fhat all persons having claims upon Ihe estate of Ihe above named must file wHh Ihe undersigned sollcilors by the 14th day of October A. D. 1972 a Ml statement cf their claims sr.d of sccurilies held by them. STR1NGAM, DENECKY AND BAINES Barristers and Solicitors 309 Canada Trust Building LelhbHdse, Alberta Solicitors for the Executor Rex L. Niels on MARRIED MAN FOR YEAR ROUND work en farm. Should have some ex-perlgnce with cat He and machinery. Must have own car and furnllure. Modern home utilities supplied. School bus lo door. Phcne or write LCE Farms Ltd., Box 324. Grart-um. AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "List with the Leader" Mulliple Listing Service OR SALE CLOTHING STORE -xlures and equipment which Irv-udes sll showcases and display racks, ash register and wall displays. Call ehwarrz Agencies Ltd, at 328-3311, xcluslvc. OIM LAUNDRY Good Investment, ocaled In th? College Mall. Call Bird-Schmltt at Exclusive. LEARN BALLROOM DANCING THIS WINTER Couple wit hi 6 years prdeslonal experience will teach In your rumpus room or ours, SI per hour. Gel your cwn crowd together lor any dances you wish to learn, Singles, couples, groups. For more Information phone 33B SALE Iberia Wheat Pool, offers for sale y Tendsr, the bushel elevator Carmangay, Alberla No. 3. T h e evator and associated buildings musl be dismanlled or removed wilhln one ear. he sale Is Tor cash, end in per cent the price must te submitted with le Tender. Information and Tender :orms may be obtained from t h e Joo3 Elevator Manager af Carman-ay, enders will be accepted up to Sept-mbe.r 30, 1P72, and these should orwarded to: he Treasurer Alberla Wheat Pool Box 2700 CALGARY, AlberlH he highest, or bid, not neces-arlly accepted. ADVENTUROUS FARMERS AND ranchers wanted to loin The Western Producer's 3iday Tour of AFRICA Jan. 16, for of Forms, ranches, plantations, national parks and 'game reserves-en the sloried "continent ol contrast." Bring your camera! Airfare, accommodation, sisht seeing AND MEALS included 1n one package price. Our qualified Canadian escort will maVe sure you see everything. For alt exciting details, write today to The Western Producer Travel Service, P.O. Box 2iOO, Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2C4. It is the Inlentlon ol Ihe Town of Coaldale ID undertake a local ment being the Installation of waler and sewer main lines In Nor In Coal-dale, namely all registered processing plant and slaughler house. A going concern. M.L.S. Steak House Colfee Loca lee In Ventura Hotel In Coaldile. fA.L.S. choice buildings on leih Ave. between 11th and 20th slree street between Ifllh Ave. and the sourh boundary of Block. 2 Plan 3389 H.O. street between Urh and IBIh Ave. The cosr of both Improvement Is estimated at costing a Ironrage rati of approximately Sl.iO per front foot for a period of 20 years. Any person affecled by the In-lenttons has the fight to peHHon against the proposed local Improvement. Pel M Ions may be received up lo Monday, !51h, 1972. Municipal .Secretary Town of Coaldale Box 979 Coaldale, Alberta. 67 SERVICES AND DRYWALLING, TAPING, repair shop, takery or bank. slore In Good business. M.L.S. grocery wllh living quarters Men's clothing slora In TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OP SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHHRIDGE lr> Ihe malfer of the cstata of GEORGE WE5TON, carpenter, de-eased, who died on or about the tth ay of February A. D. 1W2. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav ng claims upon the eslate. of t bove named1 musl file with fhe under Igned solicitors by Ihe 71h day KlRBY VACUUM SALES AND SERVICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LEIH-BRIDGE 37E-B962- SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave, S. Phone 328-5114. COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL WINDOW CLEANING, LIGHT FIXTURE CLEANING AND EAVES-TROUGH CLEANING. PHONE 31fi-3795. (eedlot tor approximately head, wllh living quarters, on acres. hog raising operallon with approximately 32 acrei land. Good Jo-cation, close to claims and cf securities held by DENECKY AND BAINES 309 Canada Trust Building Lelhbrldge, MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE, ZONING BYLAW-NO. 2750 The following applications for development permits have been approved by the Development Officer; 72-MO McNatly Contractors to establish home occupation cfffce arvd phone service only for excavating ors at 170S 30 Street South. Tl-tM J. Tremblay to establish: a th 19-at hu M Ja Or ea til in 19 le ho ry an of thi it> m th H fie of on ed Ix Pi te, M ci in m T Io or W M R R M Js M at 0 gi tc B b B H d in m J J P c! m 1 G H R tt e m h. Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too large or tflo small, LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, SOS 3rd Ave. Phcne 3JM4S6. REAl Westoo CHAIN SAWS MOTOR MOWER PARTS AND SERVICE PHONE 327-2649 TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the matter of the of LE ROY ELI5KA OCKEY, late of th of Cardsfon in the Province o Alberts, retired, who died on the 21s day of June A. D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persoru hav ng claims upon the estate of the abov named must file with the undersfgned solicitors by the Uth dav Octobe A. D. 1972 a full statement of IheJ claims and securities held by them STR1NGAM, DENECKY AND BAINES 309 Canada Trust Building LethbrJdge, Alberta Solicitors for tha Executrix Olive May Ockey IOANS INVESTMENTS TO Scenic Heights Any person affected by Ihe salt decision may appeal siren decIsEcn lo the Development Appeal Board b1 delivering either personally or b Registered Mall, statement of 1h irounds of appeal lo reach the Offlc if Ihe City Clerk In 1he City Hall no ater than September M. 1572. Date: September 7, 1972. W. C. Camtrrn Development 70 Agencies (1972) Ltd. College Mall, Phone 32B-3331 lesldentlal. Commercial properties, and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest rales avail able. First and second mortgages. MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and. (ell-Ing. Call 32B-2M4. ROTOTJLL1MG LAWNS PUT IN Free estimates. Satisfaction guaranteed Call Chris anyllme, 326-6111; 327-8043 alter 4 p.m. tfsle.- Phont 315-4433. Ooen Monday and Frrday evenings until 9: DO p.m Closed Wednesdays and Sundays Available now Evergreen trees ant shrubs, All plants guranleed. Free delivery to Lethfcridfle. loans available on farms, lomes, hotels, mete Is, commercial buildings and industrial properties located anywhere In Alberta. Fast, cor-dfalr confidential service, at rates. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 71h St. S. Pftone 33B-554S RE: ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The fcllowlng applications for d velopment permits have been approved by the Municipal Plannln "om mission on Sepf ember 6, 1972: 77-639 Lurie and Neufleld (or Le1 bridge School District 51 lo build a addition and alterations to Senafo Buchanan Elementary School at 110 7th Avenue Norlh. Yamaha Cycle Sales. and servic lo establish sales and service motor cycles and bicycles af 1519 3 Avenu South. Project for Learning and La guage Development la establish school (tr preschool children with dl iicullies of learning or language a ST. AuguiHne's Anglican Church. Any person affected ty the salt decision may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board 1 delivering either personally or 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES LIVE GEESE UP TO W LBS., MORTGAGES AVAILABLE Ml D TO W H will lend you money on rhe equity In home. WB can reduce your monthly obligations up lo JO per cent or more no 1 PROVINCE FARM GROWN, YOUNG FRYING and roasling chickens. 42 cents pe lb., pan ready, on doien fols. Free delivery. Also custom killing. H. oyck Coaldale. Phone AtBtRTA DEPARTMENT HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'cloc A.M. Standard Time on Wednesday September 20, 1972 for Ihe lollowln vjork: CONSTRUCTION OF A PREC A S CONCRETE BRIDGE OVER NORTH FORK OF WILLOW CREEK WES OF STAVE LY Contracts and may be ohfalned at Ihe office of the Chie Bridge Engineer, Highways Bufldinq Edmonton, Office of the District E gineer. Administration Building, 72 PETS AND PART SIAMESE TO BE GIVEN away, to good homes. 327-fli-li. more, For fast confidential service, call-Norm Glesfci-echt, 327-2181; evenlngi and weekends, 329-D00.5. Midtown Mortgages and Loans Ltd. 1265 3rd Ave. S-, Lethbridge Our-of-town enquiries welcome. FIVE- KITTENS TO GSVE AWAY TO homes. Phone WHITE BABY KITTENS TO BE given away. Phone 337-640S. NEED GOOD HOMES FOR THREE: white, seven old kiHens TV, males, female. Free. Phone 327 THREE KITTENS TO GIVE AWAY cne male, two female. Phone 323 of appeal to reach the Offlc of Ihe City Clerk In the City Hall no later than September 20. Date: Seplemter 7, 1973. W. C, Cameron Developmen! Highways Building, Calgary and win he available only to Indiv dua s domiciled and opera! Ing In th Province of Alberla, or fa partnership or corporations registered arj opera Ing and who have established a fixed place of business In the Province o Alterla. A deposit of Twenty Flv Dollars will be required for each copy cf Contract and Specific lions taken. Each btd -musl be accom panted bv a marked cheque or bond eqrral fa 10 cent of tender. Tender will be opened In public. The or ftny fender not necessarily a cepled. V. E. AlcCUNE DEPUTY Ml MISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SIAWESE KITTENS FOR SALE Eight weeks old. Box trained, S10 PJione 358-7607. REGISTERED BRrTTANY SPAN IE puppies. Phone G. A. :33-836 Taber. REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING garage, kitchens, cabinets, bath rooms, ceramic tire. Town or coun try. Phone 318-2071 HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER CALL FOR PROPOSAIS Sea fed 1e nders a nd r propos als f the erection and completion of six (6 unlfs of public housing in the Town o Bcw Island, Alberta, clearly market ellher "Tender or Proposal for Publ HouslAfl Bow Island, wll be received by the undersigned u fo P.M., M.D.S.T., Friday, Se lember 29, Tenders and prcposa will opened In public. Specifications, plans, fender forms tn proposal forrns may be obfalned Tro the undersigned and may be view at the Construction Assx1at1cns Edmonton, Calgary, Lethixldge, an Medicine Hat and at tha Town Off! In Bow Island. and proposals for Ihls contract must be accompanied by cheque or btd bond for fan ptr cen of the total bid price. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER O PROPOSAL WILL NOT NECESSA ILY BE ACCEPTED. B. R. Orysluk Exec utlve 01 rector Alberla Housing Corporation The Stanley Building 11819 Ki-.giway Edmonton. TSG 0X5 HUNTING COMPANION WANTE by btack lab retriever, Seven STEINER CEMENT DarnweJI. free estimates. Phona C3ii REGISTERED BLACK LA BRA DO (ernal! j, 12 ofd. Pelican Lak Peggy breeding. Excellent AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaction equ p-ment. Concrete equipment, C o r r a cleaning. Phona 1410 Avt. S. TB rale highest MONTREAL (CP) Quebec has the highest incidence of ti bcrculosis cases in Canada, D Edilh Mankiewicz of the Mori treal Chest Hospital said during a three-day symposium on the disease being held at Mc-Gill University. Dr. Mankiewicz, organiser o the symposium sponsored by the World Health Association said Uiat of new cases found in the country during 1970, were in GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS Ingo double Canadla champion 1972; Dam-Kelli of Copp-Qulntessa Pedigrees, available. ON male 1125; six females ilCO WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 326 5745. Phone. 327-9846 or 327-6EOO. REPAIRS CARPENTRY rooting specializing In chimneys, bricX cement blocks, cemenr finishing, cotng, fireplaces, house raising. Q7U. BOARDING KENNELS All size dogs and cals. Year round excelfent care. G. A. Addy. Phorv Taber- BATHROOMS kitchfni, living rooms, recrealJor rooms, INSTALLATION Aluminum itorrr windows and doors, roofing artf ildng FREE ESTIMATES ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. Cor. Ind Ave., St. S., Lelhbrldui Phone 373-2301 LF.TH8RIDGE AND DISTRICT KE Club accepting reghlrations f fall obedience classes. Registration Thursday, September Uth. Ten wee sessions, 11 D. Leash provided. All dog muil Jiave distemper shots. For fu ther Ir.for m a f ion phone 345-453V. DOG OBFDJENCE T R A 1 N 1 N will commence September 59, ai the Kale dar Exhiblliom Grounds, at 7: p.m., with E. Kehaogh InslrucMno. Cost for nint weeks lessons, Includin 110 per dog. You neod a choka chain. Saturday, 1972 THE 1ETHBKUGE HtXAtD Tt BIRTH WEBSTER Mr. and Mrs. ob Darling of CcuUs are eased to annource the arrival tteir grandson, Clay Edward 'ebstcr, born September 3, 972 weighing 6 Ibs. 10V4 ozs. Tie parents are Mr. and Mrs. Webster, Oalgary. Mrs. 'ebster was the former Fayo arling of Coutts. 8750 DEATHS JESPERSEN Passed away Lethbrldge on Thursday, September 7, 1972, Chris of Ta- or at the age of 82 years. Fu- eral services will be conducted rom Knox United Church, Ta- er on Monday, September 11, t 2 p.m., with Rev. Kenneth iorris officiating. Interment ill f ollow in Taber MEMORIAL ardens. HUMPHRIES FU- ERAL HOME, in charge o! rrangements. C4193 TURNER Passed away in tie city on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 972, following a brief illness, Mr. Harold Turner, at tne ase B beloved hus- of Mrs. Ivy of 1236 6th Avenue The funeral service will e held oil Monday at 1 p.m., in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812-3 Avenue S., with !ev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. nterment will follow in t h e rield of Honour, Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may, in lieu of flowers, do- to the Charity of their hoice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Jirectors of Funeral Service. C4197 POWELL Margaret, pass- ed away in Cardston on Wed nesday, September 6, 1972, al he age of 81 years, beloved wife of the late Joseph Rich- ard Powell, of Cardston, who passed away In 1954. Funerar services will be held Monday, September II, 1972 at 2 p.m. in the 4th Ward LDS Chapel in Cardston, with Bishop W. J Hollingsworth officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Card stem Cemetery. Friends ma; meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. until prior the service at the church CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU tfERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. CM 19; HOUSE Passed away in Ihe city on Thursday, Sept. 7 1972, Mr. Hugh Trevor House at the age ol 69 years, bclovei husband of Mrs. Ethel House o Milk River, (formerly ol Moose Jaw, Born in Ontario, the late Mr. House Moved lo Moose Jaw at early age and resided there un til moving to Castor, AlberU 1962 and to Milk River i. J. While in Moose J a received the h i g h e s honorary degree in Free-mason- the York Cross of Honour and the fourth living recipien of the honour in Moose Jaw ani 83-lth in the Fraiern ity, which has more than fou million members, A member o the western Canada Priory, Mr House has held the highest of Jice in each of the four bodie of the York Rite of" Free-m; ontry. High Honours: He serv ed as Master of Moose Ja1 Lodge of Masons in 1939, Firs Principal of Moose Jaw Chap ter, Royal Arch Masons in I960 iVfaster of Saskatchewan Coun til, Royal and Select M aster in 1957 and Preceptor of Da masciis Preceptory, Knight Templar In 1956. Besides h: loving wife he is survived b one son, Mr. Darril House White Court; one daughter Mrs. (Sheila) P. Scerensen Regina; two step-sons, Mr Rodney Draper of Milk River Mr. Wayne Draper of Moos Jaw; two step daughters Mrs. Doreen Spiller of Bran and Mrs. (Coleen) G. Kunish Olds; 29 grandchildren, tw great-grandchildren; one sis ter, Mrs. (Eva) W. Dennis o Sask., and tft brothers, Mssrs. Kent House Burnaby, B.C. and Harve House of Winnipeg. He was pre- deceased by his first vr'e Ver in Moose Jaw in 1953. The re- mains will be forwarded to th Jones Funeral Home, in Moos Jaw for the Funeral servic Interment in the fami plot. MARTIN BROS. LTD., ui charge of forwarding arrang ments. C419 Head-on crash kills two men RED DEER (CP) Leonar Gordon Olsen, 28, and Wesle Murray Johnson, 18, both Red Deer, were Wllcdi in a ca truck collision on a district roac eight miles south of here. RCMP said the two vehicle met head CD at the brow of hill DEATH FLOWER Frank, passed way in Lethbridge on Tuesday eptember 5th, 1972, at the Age 72 years, beloved husband o! rs. Ellen Flower of 1826 6th ve. A N. Mr. Flower was lorn in Wales on December 1st, 1899 and came to Canada n 1913 wiih his parents. They topped for a short time in Saskatchewan before moving to where he took up arming. He started working for 10 Natural Gas Co. in 1927 and or IS years was a field oper- for at Turner Valley. He mov- d into Lethbridge in 1945 vhere he continued to work for le Gas Co. until his retirement 1932. He was an avid fisher- nan and enjoyed good garden- ng. He leaves to mourn his lassing besides his loving wife Sllen; one son Thomas Edwin f Lethbridge; two brothers, Eli f Tomahawk, Alta. and Al- :ert; two sisters, Mrs. Linda )avis of Vancouver and Mrs. Brands Mitchell; one nephew ohn Flower in Edmonton and hjree nieces in Wales. Funeral ervices will be held in Ihe hristensen Chapel on Satur- ay, September 9th (today) at 2 .m., with Rev. W. J. Gamble of iciating. Interment will follow n the Archmount Memoriai ardens. Those who wish "may lonate to the Native reviva! entre in care of Tony Puhl, 1717 13 Ave. N. CHRISTENSEr. SALMON FUNERAL HOME TD., Directors of Funeral Ser- ice. C41SM CARD OF THANKS BRADLEY We wish to lank the people of Carman- gay and district for their very enerous farewell gift oi money. Jan, ShieUa, Colleen and Keith. 8721 FUNERALS KENNELLY -Requiem mass was said at St. Mary's Soman Catholic Church Thurs day for five-year-old Nancy xjuise Keanelly, drowning vie tim in the Spokane River Sun day when the family was on a Washington Labor Day holidaj excursion. She was the daught of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ken nelly, Cranbrook, and is also survived by seven sisters, Lor Ann, Linda, Lois, Lisa, Sandra Sharon and Heather, two broth ?rs, Martin and Paul, and pa ernal grandparents, Mr. ant Mrs. P. M. Kennelly, all ii Cranbrook. PINNEY Funeral service for Mrs. Ruby Pinney, belovec wife of the late Clifford Pinne> of Lethbridge, who died in th city Sunday, Sept. 3, a the age of 65 years, was he! at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6 1972, in the Christensen Chape with Rev. K. V. Jordan offi ciating. Pallbearers were RCJ Romaniuk, Willie Golia, Abe and John Wall, Bob Masson and Peter Kovenio. Intermen was in the Mountain View Cem etery. Ohristcnsen Salmon Fun eral Home Ltd., Directors o Funeral Service, was in charg. of the arrangements. BORLAND _ Funera service for Glen Craig Borlanc Beloved husband of Mrs. Mar ene Borland of 7248 Ogden Road, Calgary, who died sue denly at Calgary Sunday, Sept 3, 1972, was held at 4 p.m. Wee nesday, Sept. 6, 1972, in th Christensen Chapel with Bishot Ken Russell officiating. Pal: bearers were Dennis Jorgen sen, Marty Peterson, Danny Clarke, Class Vander Hulsi Mike Trudgian and Robert Christie. Interment was ir Mountain View Cemetery. Chris tensen Salmon Funeral Horn Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser vice, was in charge of the ar rangements. CARDS OF THANKS MACKUN I wish lo thanl Hie doctors and nurses of St Michael's Hrspital for their car kindness to me while patient there last month. Ma the Lord guide you all. F. Macklin. 872 ADAMS The family and wish at tills time to expres, our sincere thanks to aH our friends and neighbors who help- ed during the illness and los of our husband, father a n grandfather. A special thanks for the gifts, flowers and those who helped in any wa; M r s. Maut Adams and family. 8637 RICHARDSON My famil and I wish to express our sii cere thanks to our many re atives and friends for the sym pathy and kindness shown us during our recent bereavemen The cirds, floral arrangements food and donations to the. Vi can United Church Fund wcr deeply apprecialed. Richardson; and Jeanettc; Norma and Dale; Ruby and Ron. 473 IN MEMORfAMS FISHER In loving mem- ry of a dear wife, mother and randmother, Jane Alice, who massed away September 10, 953. remembered by her husband, Joseph George and families. 8749 CAMPBELL-ln loving mem- ry of a dear daughter, Mrs. rern Campbell, who passec iway September 9, 1967. Resting where no shadows fall, In psrfect peace she awaits us all. remembered by mom dad, sisters, brothers im Aunt Julia. 8723 HILLMER In loving mem ry of Harry G. Hillmer. Sweet are ths memories silently kept, I smile with the world but never forget. Behind thst smile is many tear, And a constant wish that you were here. Hillmer. 875: GINTHER In loving mem ory of a dear son and brother David, aged 2C years, who was taken from us Sept. 10, 1SS7. Precious forever are memories ol you, Today, tomor row and all life through, Sleep on, dear David in your haven of resl For on earth he was one ol the best. remembered -B your mother, step-dad anc brothers. 8748 ZOMBORI In loving mem ory of dear husband, father and grandfather, Joseph Zom Ixrri, who passed away Septem ber 8, 1969. No space of time, no lapse of years, can dim the trea sured past, A loving memory keeps dear, affection holds fast. If we were asked our deares wish, with fervent lip, would pray, Oh God, turn back the hands of time, please let our father stay. remembered by wif Julia; Joe, Nick, Julie Ethel, Rose, Maggie, Bett and families. 862 ZMURCHYK In lovin memory of our dear mothe and grandmother, Mary Zmur chyk, who passed away Sep ember 10, 1967. September conies with dee regret A month that we cannot forget A c'ay of remembrance sa in coins (no stamps, please) for each pattern add 15 cents for each patlern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, Be a fashion winner! See 100 easy, fascinating styles choose one psttern free in new Fall-Winter Catalog. 75c INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, fit, sew modern way. INSTANT FASHION BOOK answers. ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM. BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. 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