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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -50 MISC. ARTICLES WTD. September 13, 1971 58 MALE HELP raps exercises by NATO MOSCOW (Reuler) The official Soviel news agency Tass said today NATO exercises in Western Europe this month arc "dangerous military gambles" anu they could only hinder relaxation of tension. Tass was referring to NATO's Bar Frost manoeuvres being held in northern Norway, recent manoeuvres by West German and Danish army units in Schleswig-Holstcin, West Germany, and to NATO's Refor-gcr-3 exercises lo be held in Hessen and Bavaria later this month. More than officers and men of the U.S. Army will be flown in from the United Stales during the Reforger exercises, it said. "The democratic public expresses concern and anxiety over such dangerous actions of NATO strategists, some of these actions taking place in areas adjacent to frontiers with socialist Tass declared. Warsaw pact troops from the Soviet Union, Hungary and Czechoslovakia completed four-day exercises, code named Opal 71. on Hungarian and Czechoslovak territory last month. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, S k I In Memoriams bALLTMAN Neatness, qood driving record and ability to mrrl the public esser.llal. Steady employment. Apply Park's Ceaners, dlh SI. S. NOTICE Sealed Tenders marked "Removal of Curling Rink" al Nobleford for the Nohleford Community Ice Centre, will be received by G, H, Todd, Nobleford, up to 6 p.m. M.S.T. Thursday, sep lember 23, 1971. This work consists of removal of existing bu Idlng, wesl from Ihe ireei-er plant room or B porlion ol the build-Ing measuring 42' by ISO'. Existing freezer pipes musl be prolccled and any damages Incurred must be repaired by IhG conlrfldor. 1 ho lowest or any lender will not necessarllv be accepled. L. Luchla Secretary-Treasurer, Nohlefard Communily Ice Centre, Box 48, Noblclord, SCRAP IRON Radialors Always paying NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 204 33rd 51. North YOUNG MAN INTER-ested in rtiail selling lor clothing store. Frlnqe benellls. Wrile Box 67, FOR MOBILE HOME FAC-lory in southern B.C. Carpenters, p umber, tin-smith, electrician. Ful 1 me employment. Stale minimum wage Apply Box 37, Herald. IIARPIDR Sunday, HOWARTII John of Coleman, passed away on August 15, 1971, at the age of 60 years. He was born in Heywood, Lancashire, England, January 22, 1911. He came to Coleman as a youth and has resided here since. He was employed as a times keeper for the Coleman Collieries. He was secretary Treasurer of the Coleman United Church for 15 years -51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS TO SELL TAILORED-TO measure clolhes direct to wearer. Full or part-time. Free iull bonuses. Experience nol necessary The Crosby Company, Dept. H, Box 3012, SS WANTED LATc MODEL HALF or ton step van for delivering milK Phone 732--J346, Plclure Bulte. 12, VJ71, Grace A., aged 85 years, beloved mother of one son, Ernest Harper and two grandchild ren, Mrs. Bud (Penny) Woods and Danny Harper, all of Spokane, two sislers. Mrs. Ida Grilman, Washington and Mrs. Lena Smith, Ft. Saint John and one brother, Mr. Leo Bond, Oregon. Predeceased by her husband, Danny in 1950. Bom in Eugene, Oregon, came lo Canada in homesleaded at Cle-verville, Vulcan, Branl, Stave-ly and Champion. Services at the Champion United Church Wednesday at 2 p.m., The Rev. R. M. Bateman officaling. In-lennent Champion Cemetery. VULCAN Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements. S3 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT ADMINISTRATION OF-1 cei" required by major Tiusl Com pany Salary commensurate wilh pxpprience. Reply Box fiJ, Lelhbrldije Herald giving lull TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In Ihe Estate of MARTHA LUCY WILLIAMS (also known as MARTHA L lale ot Ihe Cily of Lcmbridge, in Ihe Province ot Alberta, Widow, who died on Hie iBIfi day of June, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE thai all persons having claims upon trie eslale ol Ihc above named musl Illc wilh the undersigned Solicilors by the 15lh day D October, A.D. 1971, a full siatenanl ol Iheir claims and of securities held held by Idem. MO5COVICH, MOSCOVICH, 5PANOS AND MATISZ 1 Oliver Block, Lelhbridge, Alberta. (Solicitors for the COALDALE LOOKING FOR BABY sIHer? Phone 3J5-34B7. 170 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WOULD like bdoysiltiny evenings. Experienced and reliable. Phone .138-7296. MALE -FEMALE HELP WILL GIVE GOOD CARE TO ONE or two children in my south side home. Phone 32B-7S7I. SALES POSITION, APPLY Tip Top Tailors, Centre Village Lodge. He was predeceased by his father in 1946 and his mother in 1947, both in Coleman. Funeral service will be held in the Coleman United Church on Tuesday, September 14 at 11 a.m., Rev. Peter Walker will officiate. Interment will follow in the Union Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C7388 MCCABE Passed away in the city on Sunday, September 12th, 1971, Francis Casimer Mc-Cabe, at the age of 74 years, beloved brother of Mary Mc-Cabe of 834 B St. S., Lethbridge. Mr. McCabe. was born in North Dakota on June 4lh. 1897. He worked for many .years in the Warner-Milk River District in the construction business and retired and moved into Lethbridge in 1966, with a brother who predeceased him in February of 1970 and a sister Mary who resides in the city. Requiem mass will be said in Ihe SI. Patrick's Catholic Church on Tuesday, September 14th at 10 a.m., with Father M. II. Gillis as Celebrant. Interment will follow in the Ml. Calvary Section of Ihe Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 1 WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT ONE or two children in my north side home Have 18 mnnlh girl as playmate. Phone 327-1002. EXTRA DOLLARS PICKING cucumbers. Part-lime work. Phone 3J5-3P37. FOR BACHELOR 5U Man for maintenance and repair. Wile for cleaning. New apartment Included. Good salary. Phone Mr. Swanson, J25-711B or writn Box 6JO, Sparwood, B.C. only reasonable item is their phone WILL BABYSIT ONE OR TWO In my north side home. 5lh