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25 THE CALGARY HERALD Tuesdcy, Dec. 19, 1961 Red Deer 'Hoi NewCiry Ha Hr? ij Ped Deer Bureau RED DLR C (.instruction r,f a S.-xi.t'OO administration build-in? to provide adequate accommodation (or various city do-rartiwn's was approved by City Council Monday. The proposed" building will in ro wav be considered a City Hal!. The building of a new City Hall is still souRht by the city and steps will be taken to set up a reserve fund to provide money far Hi is purpose. A $50,000 money bylaw for a new City Hall was defeated at the time of the civic election in October. a council committee consist-in; of Aldermen K. E. Barrett, A. R. Porkka and P. C. G. Power and the commissioners made a detailed study ot existing Council Plea Rejected By Hotel TORONTO (CP) Angus Mac Kinnon, manager of the Royal York Hotel, poured cold water Monday night on a bid by city council to end an eight-month-old strike at the hotel. Council had voted 18 to 2 Monday to instruct board of control to call together the hotel management and members of the striking Hotel and Club Employees Union (CLC). "I don't think anything could be gained and I'm not interested in appearing before them now," said Mr. MacKinnon. "It would hinder rather than assist any settlement." Some council members said Toronto is losing major conven tion business because the hotel is being picketed. Farmers Must Claim Payment: OTTAWA (CP) Farmers w ill bear book - keeping responsibility in 1962 for claiming any payments under the support price on hogs, the agriculture department announced Monday. Producers must retain grading certificates on marketed hogs for at least 12 months and produce them before any payment is made. No payment was made in I960 and none appears likely for 1961, the department said, since the national aver age marketing price is about $-7.50 per hundredweight or well above the support price of $22.65. If the national average for the year sinks below that level, producers are paid the difference between the market anu pegged prices on up to 100 top - grade carcasses per farmer. The price forecast for 1962 is that some reduction may take place but not any substantial ona. Arctic Owls Move Southward PIERRE, S.D. (AP) Swarms of white Arctic owls are beginning to drift down from the far north into South Dakota in search of food. Native to the Arctic tundra, these owls normally feed off the lemming small, prolific rodents which are wiped out by a mysterious malady every four years. The malady has struck a'n this year. The state game and fish department says the ghostly owls are already beginning to show up in various sections of the state and should become a common sight before winter's end. They settle in open fields and marshes. Unlike most owls, they hunt during daylight, feeding on mice, rabbits and other rodents. State law protects the birds from hunters. Cmnini Events - .... . .v.a Wednesday. December 2fith. 8 p m b'f? turkey and jackpot bingo at S inaS'a Community Association. 16th St., loth Ave. S.W. 10 cents a card. o o Pamsay Community Association ree uar monthly meeting wilj be b'id on Wednesday. Dec. 20th at 8 p.m. in the community hail. Build up door prizes. Evervone welcome. o o HI - Land Swinrers Christmas Dance Wednesday, Dec. JtWh, Highland Park Comm'mity Hall, 3!h Ave. and 2nd St. N.W. Don Martin calling. All square dancers welcome o o Cash bin co every Tuesday at 8, Thornrhffe Hal). Centre Street North and 55th Ave. Free S20 - $10. nickel jackpots, retreshments and door prizes. Admission 50 cents. O O Giant bingo. Wednesday, 8 p.m.. V.'est mount Pleasant Community Hail 6'2 22nd Ave. N.W. Everything must go, 1 - $;0 jackpot, d,tor prizes and 39 other gxd cash prizes. Refreshments available. O Afternoon bingo. Inelewood Comm tm V'h Ave. s E.. Wed., 1:30 pm Admission 50 cents, extra cards 25 cents. Evervone welcome. V o Bingo! West Kilihurst Cnmra. Hall Vh St. end 5:h Ave. N.W. every Vd and Sat., 8 p.m. $j0 special game, fsve i0 games. Cash Jackpots coor prices- Admii sion 50 cents, 2o cent, A warm welcome awaits you. o Sr-ecial Christmas turkev and ham b-nso Will be heid on Wednesday. Det ember 2?,ih at 8 p m. sharp. 20 grfTTst-s. 20 turk ys With hams as consolation j files. Everyone wel-cme. Our Lady of Perr?tual Help corner of 4th St. and 2nd Ave t '.. JNo r emission charge, cards 5 con's eac-n. O f F'HiJ'e F-iffi at Ear'e Hall. 1212 32'') at. W. i ue-lay. Decern rr I'M at 8 pm. free "E" Bingo, 2b a.d door prizes. O R.rco, Thursday. December 21 t. 8 P tn.. li'i - tn.n S! S.V . oh-irrr, a'-i.i'jiitjm- 2'j g-imes $1. Extra Building working conditions in the present City Hall which was erected in mo. They recommended council approve the construction of an administration building because the present City Hall is overcrowded and cannot be enlarg ed: the efficiency of the staff is curtailed due to the crowded and unsatisfactory working con ditions; there is no suitable space available in the city to comoletclv bouse the adminis (.ration staff as an entity: and construction of a new building is considered the most economical solution to the problem. The proposed new building will be erected on city-owned land west of the Salvation Army building on 51st St. It will be built from funds now held in reserve. It will be designed so that it can be sold for commercial purposes at such time as a new City Hall is completed. The present City Hall will be turned over to the KC.MP city detail for headquarters in place rf exist'ng accommodation over the library. This will make the second floor of the library build ng available to the library board for expansion of its facilities. 'Conspiracy To Procure' Brings Term Susan Lavigne, 318 4th Ave. S.E., was sentenced in police court Monday to six months in Fort Saskatchewan Provincial Jail on a charge of conspiring with others to procure a woman to have sexual intercourse. Miss Lavigne, who pleaded guilty to the charge last week, had a record dating from 1949 on charges of vagrancy, prostitution, and loitering by night. Paul Dube and Rae LaPlante, alias Rae Dube, both of 325 2nd Ave. S.W., have been remanded without plea to Dec. 22 on similar charges. Miss Lavigne met a man in an east Calgary cafe the afternoon of Dec. 13 and asked him to supply her with customers for prostitution, court was told. She was arrested the same night in a downtown hotel room occupied by a man and not registered under her name. Former BCE Head May Join UBC VANCOUVER (CP)-Dr. Har ry L. Purdy, who quit earlier this month as vice-president of the B.C. Electric Company, will join the faculty of the Univer sity of B.C. next year, it was learned Monday. Dr. Purdy is a graduate of ttiC and a former economics professor at Dartmouth College, Hanover. N il. He. refused Monday to comment on the report, saying the university would have to make any announcement. UBC president Dr. Norman MacKenzie said any announcement would come from a meeting of the board of governors. Laura Wheeler 3 THRIFTY GIFTS Stuff a tot's stocking with one or all three or these cuddly pets so gay in surprise scraps. Just TWO identical pieces plus ears cut out and stitch up these nursery pets in a jiffy. Fun, thrifty for gifts, bazaars Pattern 71)3: transfer of 3 toys. Send THIRTY-FIVE CENTS in coin (stamps cannot be accepted) for this pattern to Laura V heeler. 60 Front St. W., Toronto. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, YOUR NAME and ADDRESS and the name of The Ca'gary Herald. Do NOT send to The Herald. FOR THE FIRST TIME ! fver 200 designs in our new. 1;2 Neediecraft Catalogue biggest ever . Pages, pages, pages of fashions, home accessories to knit, crochet, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. See j'unbo-knit hits, cloths, spreads. toys, linens, afghans plus free i 708 , ! iiiiiimmiiiiiimimiuiiiiMiiiiiiiin tuict rrcT A FAILURE NEW Y0KK (AP) Here's a story without much of a twist: A social organization adverted a '"twist marathon" in a swank hotel Sunday night. Expecting 2.000 people to jam ths hotel ballroom, they hired three bands and several bartenders. But as the evening twisted to a close, a mere 31 people had shown up. The bands phiyed to the wide open spac es, and the bartenders stood around munching pretzels. Promoters of the affair blamed the poor turnout on wet weather. The twi.st is all the rage, they said. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Father Blamed In Son's Shooting Of Elderly Man COURTENAY, B.C. (CP) A coroner's jury ruled Monday that the shooting of an elderly man by an II year-old boy was accidental but due to the negli gence of an mduhnt father. iuiui a cic iiiuiijiit uuu the death of Murdoch MacDon aid, 70, wh:le he was picking Christmas greenery in the forest near his home not far from this Vancouver Island centre. The boy said he fired with his shotgun at what he thought was a deer and then found Mac-Donald shot in the back. The father told the jury he was hunting with his three sons, aged 15, 11 and 6. He and the oldest boy carried .30-30 calibre rifles and the 11- year-old a shotgun. The youngest boy carried no weapon, the father said. The jury said the father was negligent in allowing the boy to carry a firearm and recom mended that adults who take minors hunting should be res ponsible for their infractions of the game act and subject to penalty. Train Kills Three FAR.MrNGD.ALE, N.Y. (AP) A Christmas shopping triD ended in death Thursday night for a mother and her two daughters when their car was smashed by a Long Island Railroad train at a crossing here. The victims were Mrs. Beverly Hoffman, 39, and daughters Edna, 14, and Joan, 18. Subscription Rates By mail In Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia Three Months t3 00 Six Months $5 (X) One Year - . $.00 In Manitoba, Eastern Canada and British Commonwealth Ore Year $15.00 USA,, One Year -. $24 00 Daily by Carrier, not over 35 cents per week. Remit bv cheque, money order or reRisiered mail. The Herald will not be responsible for cash sent through the open mails. Address ali remittances to the Company. Herald Telephones Clarified Want Ads AM 9-4911 All Other Departments AM 6-301J Nights. Sundays and Holidays Fd;tonais and News AM 6-1261 BurrMr-R Superintendent AM 6-1941 A u'honred as second class mail. Post Office Department. Ottawa. Member of The Canadian Press The Canadian Press is exclusively entitled to the right of republication of all dispatches credited to it or to The Associated Press in this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights to republications of special dispatches herein are also reserved. Marian Martin Printed Pattern 9181 SIZES 1,2,3,4 HOLIDAY C'lARMERS For little girls ,vho love pretty compliments a party jumper to sew in Chvistmas red, blue or green velveteen. Easy to make blouse m cotton. Printed Pattern 9181: Toddler Sizes 1, 2, 3, 4. Size 2 jumper takes lva yards 35 - inch nap fabric; blouse 3i yard 35-ir.ch. Send FIFTY CENTS (Mc) in coin (stamps cannot be accepted). Print plainly SIZE. YOUR NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER and name of The Calgary Herald. Send your order to MARIAN MARTIN. 60 font St. V , Toronto. Do NOT send to The Herald. V'OU'RE INVITED to a Fall Winter fashion spectacular see 10(i styles to sew ui our new Pattern Catalogue. No matter what size, you'll find it! 35c. If Warm Weather Seen ".i-i uicuicia' mi- world can expect a century of i -1 , ..,,:,,,. ctAQii :ir etc mrf to-nncrfl! rftc with longer, hotter summers and milder winters, Australian Professor J. Macdonald Holmes, retiring professor of geography at Sydney University, said Saturday. "We m:jit again be growing grapes in the north of Scotland, just as they were doing in the days of Julius Caesar," he said. 1 Births GODFREY Carlie - Jean and Kl-don are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter Allison Eliza beth, 6 lbs., 11 on., December lain. I KEMP Claire and Jim happily announce the arrival of tneir dausli-ter Leslie harbara on Dec. 7lh. llitil weigut 5 lbs.. 7 ozs. Many thanks to Dis. Clafiperton. Ledmcham and svaff at tne Calgary General. MORTON Bili and Carol (nee Early l proudly announce the arrival of their dauKhter, Tracy Lynne. 7 lbs . 6 o., December loth. Thanks to Dr. Dwan and staff at Grace Maternity Hospital. B E EM AN Mr. and Mrs. David Beeman (nee Bleeksl happily announce the arrival of a son John Glenn. 1 lbs . 10 ozs. on Dec. lbth. 1W)1 at th Holy Cross Hospital. A brother ior Robb. Deaths WRIGHT Dec. 17th, Vrs. Jane i 14 jifj st. IV w. Born at tturn.ey, England she came to Raymond. Alberta in 1911. moved to Medicine Hat in 1915 and came to t'mgary in 1950. She was past President of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Canadian Legion at Medicine Hat and a member of St. Michaels and All Angels Church. Calgary. Mrs. Wright It survived by one son, William and daughter-in-law Mary, two grandchildren. Eileen, and Sandra all of Calgarv. Private services were held at FOSTER'S Garden Chapel, 540 16th Ave. N.W. today at 4 p m. Rev. Canon D. A. Ford officiating. Cremation. COUCH December 18th. Walter Clifford, aged 72 years beloved husband of Mrs. Pauline Couch of 2505 16A SI. S.E. Born at Perth, Ontario he came to Manitoba at an early age. He was a member of the oVder of Railway Conductors and a member of the Canadian L-gion. Besides his wife, he is sur-ved by one brother N. F. Couch of Ahbotslord B. C. Services at FOSTER S Garden Chapel, 540 16th Avenue N.W. Wednesday at 10 ::i0 a.m. Rev. D. O. Reece officiating. Interment Mountain View Memorial Gardens. ANDERSON December 17th. Custav Raynor, aped 83 years, beloved husband of Mrs, Anna Anderson of 515-1801 Ave. N.W. Born st Vasterjtotiand. Sweden, he came tn Louell, Mass. in lO0 and to Standard. Alta.. In 1914 where he farmed until redrine to Calgary in 19f)l. Besides his wife ha is survived bv four sisters in Sweden and several nieces and nephews. Services at FOSTER'S Garden Chanel. 54M6th Ave. N.W., Thur-s-riav at ll:no a.m. Rev. W. R. Asli-ford officiating. Interment Queen's Park. MARSH December 71th. Mary Ellen, aged 80 years beloved wife of Mr. John Henry Marsh of 1 2i!l 21st Avenue N.W. Services at FOSTER'S Garden Chapel. 540 16th Avenue N.W. Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Rev. Gordon Dickin officiating. Interment Queens Park. BUCKLER December 18th. Patricia Wary aged 15 years beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Buckler of Cochrane. Born In Calgary she has resided si Cochrane all her life and attended Cochrane Junior High School. Besides her parents she is survived by three sisters Mrs. Jack (Mildredl Elliott. Ida Leaora, and Bernice Irene, a brother David Roy all of Cochrane, her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. David Buckler, of Bottrel and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Balrierson of Calgary. Services at FOSTER'S Garden Chapel, 540 16th Ave. N.W. Friday at 1 :0 p.m. Rev. W. E. Julian officiating. Interment Cochrane Cemetery. f i nj if want hq inicrmauon sna nates E'Eionc tVHhcrti To Place WANT M Phone Service Daily MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. 8:30 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. SATURDAY, 8:30 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M. SUNDAY, 6:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. BUSINESS OFFICE OPEN: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Saturdays. Closed Sundays. SERVICE OFFICES Chinook Centre Concourse Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 6119 Bowness Rood Bowness Open daily (except Sun.) 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. 2428 - 36th St. S.E. Forest Lawn o CORRECTIONS AND CANCELLATIONS Correction in and cancellations of Want Ads must be received before :00 p.m. the day before correction or cancellation is to be made. Between 6:00 and :00 p.m. on Sunday for Monday's paper. Corrections should be made before the second insertion. Allowance can be made for only one incorrect insertion. DEADLINES For placing want ads by phone or at the office: 5:00 p.m. the day previous to publication. Before 1:00 p.m., Saturday for Monday's paper. Words 1 Day S Days Oayt Up to 10 T -6 S1.56 J li J.88 11 to 15 T M I" I 4.32 "16 to 20 J"' 12l3 12l$ S7 "21 to 25 140 I $3 90 I $7.20 "2S to 303S1 .6an 8 64 31 to a51.98LL5.46Jl0.08 36 to 40 ; $2.24 S6.24jl 1.52 4i to 45 S2.52 $7.02 $12.9 4 to 50 1 $2.80 1 $7.80 Tl'4.40 THE ABOVE RATES APPLV TO ALBERTA ONLVJ MINIMUM SPACE TWO LINES MINIMUM CHARGE Sic. FiQttr fiv mail or average tne words at one count I ma, A&brevt. attons. initials, figures in group of five or leas count aa one word. Box numbers count as three words Myohrnated words as two. The address counts as four words. Phone numbers as ene- All ads restricted to proper classification and regular atyia of type-setting. Contract rates on application PHONE YOUR WANT ADS TO AM 9-4911 4 Deaths 6 ASA RASA December 17tb. Mi-nel Andrew aged as years be- i husnand of Mrs. Lam. b araM of 127 31st Ave. N.W. Born .... - . . . . at Viina. Aila. he attended school there and served in tne Second World War coming to Calgary in lf45. Erodes his wife he is survived tiv his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Bas-araba of Vilna. eight sisters. Marv. Jean and Dora of Vancouver. Alice. California, Katherine and Anne of Fdnvmlon. Three bio-tners John, Bill and Nick of Va'e-ffiuunt BC Services at FOSTER S Garden Chape!. Wednesday as I M p m. Rev. D. H. Parr officiating. Interment Mountain View Memorial Gardens. EMERSON December 18th. Mrs Josephine Fmilv tmerson. aged 77 years, of &5 28th Ave. N.W'. in a local hospital after a brief illness. Born at Amherstberg, Ontario, Mrs. Emerson lived at Moose Jaw. Sask.. for 40 years and New Westminster. B C. for 8 years before coming to Calvary 1 year ago. Predeceased by her husband. Thomas James Emerson. Q C. at Mse Jaw in 1H5Z; 1 son Harry, overseas with the BCAF in World War 2; and 1 daughter Mary, in 1918 She is survived by 3 sons. John. Thomas J. and Richard F.. ail of Calgary; 1 daughter Mrs. William Ra-panos New Westminster. She was a member of St. Joseph's Church. Moose Jaw-. Sask. The remains will be forwarded this evening for services and interment Thursday. Mc-1NNIS and HOLLOWAY Ltd., Funeral Directors. GLOVER December 19th. Mrs. Margaret Glover of 39 Bow Valley Lodges Services will be announced later by McINNIS and HOLLOWAY Ltd., Funeral Directors. HOGARTH December 15th. Mrs. Mary Hogarth. Cochrane, widow of the late Hobert Hogarth and dear mother of Mr. Robert Hogarth Fxshaw. Services conducted by Rev. W. E. Julian will be held in Cochrane United Church on Wennei-dav at 2 p.m. GOODER'S HILLSIDE Chapel Ltd. Directors of Servi-es , ( mh Ave. and 16A St. S.W. Tele- phone 244-2106). ENTICKNAP December 19. Mr. Helma Enticknap. 1510 17th Ave. N.W. Announcements by GOODER HILLSIDE Chapel Ltd. (17th Ave. and 16A St. S.W. Telephone 244-2106) LEVEQUE December 19. Eleanor, belover wife of Mr. Louis Lev-erjue, 251 14A St S.W. Announcements bv GOODER'S HILLSIDE Chape! Ltd. 17th Ave. and 16A St. S.W. Telephone 244-2106. McRAE December 19th, Wil-liam, beloved husband of Mrs. Hilda McRae 1407 12th St. S.W. An-nouncemenU by GOODER'S HILLSIDE Chapel Ltd. (17th Ave. and 16A St. S.W. Telephone 244-2106). CAMPBELL December 18th. James Tassie, aged 78 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Nan Campbell. Claresholm, Alberta. Services at Claresholm United Church. Thursday 1 p m. Rev. J. W. Roberts nf-cficiatmg. Cremation. LEVDEN'S Funeral Home. Claresholm in charge of arrangements. WEBER December 18th. Irma a:;ed 67 vpars. beloved wife of Mr. Alpheus Weber. Ill 34A St N W. Announcements later by LEYDEN'S Funeral Home. FLEMING Mrs. Grace L. beloved siiter of Mrs. Gordon Wallace 2724 5th Ave. N.W. Calgary, passed awav in Toronto. Dec. 11. She was laid to rest in the family plot in the cemetry at Adanac, Sask. McNARV At Edmonton Dee-ember 18th, Margaret C. aged 43 vears, beloved wife of Mr. Roger McNary, 72 Hollyburn Road. Announcements later by JACQUES Funeral Home. HONHAISER Dec. 15th, Leo Honhalser, age 29 years, of 713 3rd Ave. N.W. Parishioners and friends kindly meet for prayers at "Park Memorial Chapel" 15th Ave. and 4th St. S.W.) this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Requiem High Mass will be celebrated at St. Boniface Church Wednesday at 11 a.m. McINNIS and HOLLOWAY Ltd. Funeral Directors. LUNDRIGAN Dec. 11th, James Ray Lundrigan, aged 63 years, of 304 10th St. N.W., beloved father of Mrs. Peter (Arlon) Krusk of 4519 17th Ave. N.W. Montgomery. Services conducted by Rev, D. G. Lit-tlejohns will be held at "Park Memorial Chapel" (15th Ave. and 4th St. S.W) Wednesday at 1 :30 p.m. McINNIS and HOLLOWAY Ltd. Funeral Directors. Courtesy parking south of the Chapel. i! j r j mm Advartisementa set ail tn pt. caps, figure four averag ana words to the line. Notices. Births. Deaths, Cards of Thanks, in Memoriam, etc.. fi.st words or less, per insertion each adriittorat 5 words or portion thereof par insertion 28c Deofhs BRIGHT Dec. lBm. at Vancouver, Wiiiiiir-: Ciidfiea Ar:tffit, 015-ed 80 yfbrs. tormeriy of l&U li-n Ave. N.W., after a brief illness Evrn in Bristol. England, Mr, Wngnt came Ui Cocrirane in 1;-'j3, mov.ng to Caigary in Ul. goirgf to Vancouver one year ago. Predfceaied bv his vufe. Kate f ranees Wrignt. in April, I960 He is lunivec by two sons. Rnaid V.':Jha;n Wright, Calgary, and Sidney Henry Wright, Victoria. BC: one daugnter, Mrs. A. E. 1 Dora Frames 1 North Vancouver ; nine grandchiJdren : sjx great - grandchildren: three sisters in tnglnd. Mr. Wneit had been a n-.ernber of St. Munael and Ail Angeis' Church in Canary, and had been a memoer of the choir and tne vestry of the church for a number oi years. Services conducted by Rev. Canon Dou?)as A. Ford will be held at St. Michaels and All Angels' Church Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Interment Queen's Park Ce m e ter y . M c INNIS and HOI.LO WAV Ltd. Funeral Directors. Flowers gratefully declined. ONEIL December 14th. Kenneth John Oneil, aged 71 years, of Crossfield. at the residence after a brief illness. Born at Harriets ville, Ontario. Mr. OneU moved to the Cro&sfield district in H04 where he farmed until his death. Surviving are ; two brothers, Gurnt H. Oneil, and Milliard hi. Oneil both of Calgary : three sisters. Mr?. Caroline Ruddy, Calgary, Mrs. F.l-len Lawrence, Powell River, B.C., and Mrs. Laura Snell, Toronto. Services conducted bv Rev Norman Hunter will be heid at the Cross-field United Church Thursday at 2 om. Interment CrossfiPld Cemetery 4 McINNIS and H OLLO W A Y Ltd. Funeral Directors, ROBERTSON Dec. IRth, William Chapman, aged 48 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Vera Jean Robertson of 91 Fyffe Road.. Born at Winnipeg. Man., Mr. Robertson moved to Lethbridge 12 years ago and to Calgary 3 years aso where he was a sales representative with Kraft Foods Ltd. He was a member of the Associated Canadian Travellers, the Independent Oier of Foresters, and Lodge No. 67. A F. and A M.. Lethbridge. Besides h;s loving wife, he is survived by two sons. William Gary Robertson, Winnipeg, and William Collin Robertson. Calgary two daughters. Katharine Da le Roberson and Deborah Michel RbTtson both of Calgary; one brother, Andrew Robertson, Flm Fkn. Man. : one sister, Mrs. Jessie Tees, Winnipeg, Man. Services will be announced later by McINNIS and HOLLOWAY Ltd., Funeral Directors. 5 In Memoriam BOLINSKI In loving memory of our dear son Allen, who suddenly nassed away Dec. 19th, 1958. "Without farewell you fell asleen. Leaving beautiful memories for us to keep. In our hearts you will always stay. Loved and remembered every day." Sadly missed by Mom and Dad. FRANK IN In loving memory of our dear son and brother Walter, who passed away Dec. 19th, 1946. Fver remembered and sadly missed by Mom, Dad. Sisters Helen and Olga, brother Stan. JEFFERIES In memory of my daughter Jannette Jefferies, who passed away December 19th. 1945. "Each time I see your photo. You seem to smile and say. Don't cry, Mom, I am only sleeping. We will meet in heaven some day." Ever remembered by her Moth-rr. 8 Cemetery Memorials SOMERVILLE'S CALGARY'S MONUMENTAL LTD Manufacturers of Granite and Marhle Monuments. Also agents fnr Bronze Plaques. 121 - 13th Ave. West AM2-139K McDonald Granite Co. 2339 2nd St. S E. AM 2-3.'i05 WOOD'S MONUMENTAL PHONE CH 7-0171 12S - 16th AVE. N.E. Crematorium Calaary Crematorium Ltd. Montgomery. A!U. Ph. BU 6-2208 10 Lost and Found LOST. Welsh terrier. 8 months, resembling small airedale. staryed in Elbow Park. South Mount P'-val area. Tan harness. Reward. CH 3-31512. LOST, msn's Elko wrist watch between 15th and 17th Ave.. 11th St. W. Reward. 244-091 between 2-4 p.m. LOST, one Tngersoll Rand rotary airdrill. serial No. C1629. Reward. Alberta Concrete Breakers. AM 2-2164. REWARD offered for 2 year old prey and yellow soayed German sheoherd. name Amber. AM 6-5314 daytime, 242-9228 evenings. LIST, tan and black female beagle. 5 months old, Friday afternoon vicinity of 2"th St., 26th Ave. S.W. Reward. 242-5S70. LOST part Persian large cat, 5 yrs. old. Dark with white chest and feet. AL 2-3292. LOST, LADY'S BROWN AND GREY RIMMED GLASSES. PHONE CR T-4488. LOST Boy's glasses, brown leather case. Fairyiew. Phone AL 5- 09O4. FOUND grey pup with black face. Male, approx 6 months old. CH 4-8257. LOST Lady's black glasses, vicinity Kensington Rd., 14th St. AV 9-2135. BRILLIANT bracelet. Auditorium or? Fndav. Sentimental value. Reward. AM 2-3147 LOST, grev cat. white spot on chest. Called Nickey. Capitol Hill. AV 9-1511. LOST, female golden Lab district on Sat. CH 9-1743. S.W. 10a Child Care-Babysitters WORKING mother will share home with mature clean lady or expectant mother in return for supervision of two well mannered children, 7 and 10. Phone AV 9-1538 after 4 p m. HAPPYLAND Kindergarten. Nursing School. Excellent pre-school training. Transportation. AT 3-31)0. SUNNYSIDE a B YSITTING ' B V-REAU ANYWHERE. ANYTIME. AT 3-1792. RELIABLE person to look after 2 small girls, 5 day week. Westgate. CH 2-2714 after 6 p.m. RELIABLE Babysitting Bureau Mrs. Cinnamon AT 3-4405 DANA Nursery School, transportation. Open all year. CH 2-1904. DEENr7ABLE"labvsittiniF jureau. Mrs. Anthony Phone CR 7-6671. SOUTHSIDE Babvsitting Bureau. BABYSITTER to live in. 4-9510 after 6. OLDER Isdy would like babysitting, live in. Box 1161 Herald. BABYSITTER wanted, monthly. 276-2151 after 6. PERMANENT babysitfer reouired. S clay week. AM 3-4572. RELIABLE lady will babysit for working mother. Phone CR 7-8710. 11 Personal COUNSELLING AND PERSONNEL SERVICES for Adolescents Young People Industry Educational - Personal Vocational Problems For appointment, telephone Mount Royal College - AM 6-4611. Personol BLUE SHIELD HOSPITAL and MEDICAL Jjst out. 6 new p'ans. Excellent coveraee. reasonable cost GrM any here CONTACT WHS. F G. HEMEROFF 3?A - S'-h Ave. W AM Res.. Braemar Hotel. AM Government Licenced and Bonded TVs r FOR RENT AIL NFW MODELS LO'AFT RATES 24-HOt'R St R VICE Apartment En unrrient Rentals Ltd CR 7-77 00 MID CITY TV Repairs on a'l makes, day and lught service incJud;ng Sunday. CALL 51.95 AM 2-2854 TV SERVICE Coll Anvtime CH 4-1353 2 flfl CITY-DISTRICT CALLS $2 00 24 HOUR-A N SW ErTncT" SERVICE Doctors. sa legmen. businessmen, call A-l Answering Service for fast efficient service. Reasonable rates Rm. 3t8. MrLeon Block, AM 3-0710 between :3t). NORTHUMBRIA Mv company is going out of direct selling. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL AT 3-3194. RENTALS F'ortr polishers, vacaumi, Smerer sewing machines, beds and baby furniture Dehvrrv CALGARY RENTAL SHOP AT 3-W5 AT 3-3526 TV TUBES CHECKED IV YOUR RdVE YOUR TV AD-JUSTFH PICTURE TUBE r-.LASS CLEANED. $1 95 CR 7-0213. "MOTHERS! Your baby's own shoes eternalized in everlastinf metal. Phone 266-6951 Baby's Booties Bronzing Unlimited. CAMERAS, Projectors, Enlareers, Tane Recordnrs. Ei'm. for rent. AM M583. Bunnv Photo Service. 618 - 17th Ave .S W RENFRFW TV Renfrew. N.E, N W. Calls 2. AM t-3232. CH 3-741)6. ATTENTION travellers I Goin East? Drive car back to Calgary. Toronto Driveway Service Ltd., 5n35 Yonee St., Toronto. Phone BA 5-7754 7!ToTSr irT'the-Garden of the Last SuDper. Regular t2, selling for 55. AV W)3M. VERY comfortable, ground floor bed-sitting room and care for elderly person. Box 1148 Herald. ACCORDION lessons In your home Enrol now for Christmas. All size accordions. CH 4-0211. TV SERVICE S A.M. - 9 P.M. CR 7-3038. WOULD like to contact anyone who has been in the vicinity of Ashern, Manitoba 252 - 1004. BEAUTY Counselor information-Phone Mrs. Peggy Webber, CR 7-6251 ANYONE leaving for Winnipeg Dec 22nd and returning on the 26th phone CH 4-8054 after 6. LEAVING for Winnipeg Saturday, Dec. 2.1id. Phone CR 7-6341 after 6 p.m. THISTLE Restaurant for afternoon teas and readings, also Fri. evenings. ANYONE LEAVING FOR SASKATOON DEC. 23rd. 283-5396. ANYONE leaving for Penticton Dec 21st - 23rd? Phone AV 9-8946. AFRICAN violets, Christmas gift plants. AV 9-54H0. TELEVISION SERVICE CALLS AV 9-0641 SANTA SUIT FOR RENT. BR S- 4312. B C. Christmas trees, retail. AM 2-7584. wholesale and ALCOHOLICS Anonvmous Central Service Office. AM 6-1725. VELVET" "SANTA "SUIT. BEST IN TOWN. REASONABLE. CH K-7492. LEAVING for Regina December 23 6 a.m. 3743 Richmond Road. LEAVING FOR 22ND. AV 9-6230. REGINA DEC. LEARN to dance for your New Year's Party. Phone CR 7-7476. FOR WOMEN 12a Foundation Garments NU-BONE Foundation Garments and surgical belts. Mrs. Jones. BR 3-5197. 13 Dressmaking ivmni unw3 otxuviv Dressmaking, suits, coats. All kinds of alterations. Ojien 9 a.m. -6 o.m. daily. Friday till 9 p.m. 1105 - 14th St. S.W. CH 4-7990. DOROTHY Bruchet dressmaking and alterations. 20 years experience Phone 242 - 1504 4304A 33rd Ave. S.W. DRESSMAKING Babv layettes. 242-5745.- children's 1-8 EXPERT alterations, quick, guaranteed service, pick up, deliver. Phone CH 9-9144. HENNY'S dressmaking, alterations, guaranteed fitting. 328A 8th Ave. W 266-1198. INVISIBLE mending, Nu-Weave. Reasonable. Customers must be pleased. AT 3-4618 EXCLUSIVE festive designs, alterations, etc. Free pick-uo only. CH 3-2261. HAVE your fur coat remodelled plus alterations. Reasonable. AV 9- 5640. AV 9-0754. EXPERT alterations at reasonable prices. Vogue Dress Shop. 226 - 8th Ave. E AM 2-9812. DESIGNING. DRESSMAKING, ALTERATIONS AT 3-0016. HEMMING and alterations. Mrs. G Belks. 2011 Georgia St. CH 9-6143. n INDEX TO CLASSIFICATION CLASSIFICATION Acreage Lots for .Rent Acrea y a Lots for Sale . Acreage Lots Wanted Agents, Salesmen Add Machines. Typewriters Aircraft Antitude Testing Automobiles for Sate Autos Wanted Auto Wreckers Automotive Car. Trucks . Beauty Salons Bicycles Motorcycles Birtha Block end Head Repairs ... Board and Room Wanted B C. Property B.C. Rentals Building Supplies Buainess Chances ... . B jsiness Directory Cattle. Horses. Pigs Cards ot Thanks Cemetery Memorial. . . Crematorium Coins Stamps . Commercial Proper Deaths Dressmaking Duolees sod Apts. DLipexes for Rent Farms and Ranches , Farms Wanted . .,.. Farms to Rent Farmi wanted to Rent Florists Foundation Garments Fuel For Sale Miscellaneous For Sale or Exchange Funeral Directors . Furnisnetf Houses Furnished Suites, Apts. Fur Bearing Animals ... Furniture Wanted ... Garages Garoer Needs , Glass Hay, Grain, Feed. Seed Help wanted Help Wanted Female Help Wanted Male Household Furniture No. 89 41 42 17 61 Ha !1a 73 79 82 85 12b 62 1 83 $1 43 S?a 63 47 14 64 63a 48 4 13 491 3oB 44 4a 40 40a a 12a 64 Ml eO 43a 26 66 69 36 59 65 69 20 21 22 68 13 Dressmaking DRESSMAKING, alteratmr upr'aiti'ver. CH 4-8141." BUSINESS 14 Business Directory Arborite ARBORITE Services, counters, bas etc. Guaranteed installations. Free esumjtes. AT 3-4911 dis. 243-39T4 evenings. Asphalt Paving PIONEER PAVING LTD. ASPHALT CONTRACTORS Grading Compaction Base and crushed gravel, Asoh.-ilt paving. Phone CH 3-22.V) Sub P O. 28. Caigary Cartage, Delivery Services D. D. DELIVERY Hauling trash, furniture, trunks, etc. Easements cleaned. Odd )on. AM 2-5962. Res.. AM 2-35K0 JIM'S TRANSFER 1-3 men. clean basements, garages, furniture moved, trash hauied. CH 4-1448. DAVE'S TRANSFER General cartage and furniture mow ing. contract hauling. AM 9-5464. Moving Mode Reasonable Pianos, deep freezes eneciaity. Storage facilities. BR 3-1387. FOOTHILLS Cartage, insured moving, contract haunng. Reasonabi rates. 263-5707 . AV 2-14R6. FAST, reliable expert. Parcels to pianos. Anywhere, anytime. CH 4-6718, CH 2-1202. DON'S Delivery, moving furniture, trunks, etc.. anytime. 1-3.25 hourly. BR 2-2383. WE haul anvth'ng, truck and 2 men. Clean garage, basement, trash cans. AM 3-1830. WAYNE'S DELIVERY, furniture, trunks, etc. $3.25 hourly. CH 3-1297. INSURED and bonded movers. 24-Hour Service. 6 hourly. AV 9-439. GENERAL cartage and furniture moving. $3.25 per hour. AL 5-1830. Cement Wk., Excavating B-J CONSTRUCTION AV 9-5640 CH 8-3221 ALL CONCRETE WORK FLOORS DRIVEWAYS SIDEWALKS PATIOS, ETC. BASEMENT BUILDING CONCRETE REINFORCING CEMENT WORK Johr and Dip de Vnes BR 9-4081 BR 9-3716 ALL KINDS OF CEMENT WORK, COVCRETE BLOCK WORK, FALLOUT SHELTERS JENSON & CO., CH 9-9063 AFTER 6 P.M.. BASEMENTS built, plywood forms concrete floors, steps, sidewalks and ririvewavs. A. Iversn. hn'ns, AV 9-S0T2. P. Iverson. AM 3-3849. A-1 CEMENT. HONEST. REa"sonT ABIE DEAL. PHIL VANDER-VF.EN. CH 9-1515. GENERAL CONTRACTING. SPECIALIZED IN BASEMENT WORK. FIREPLACES. ANY KIND OF MASON WORK. STONE ARTICLES. BIG JOB OR SMALL JOB ALLIED CONSTRUCTION. CH 3-1416. EASEMENT forming with plywnnl forms. Free estimates. H. Zietz, 4712 - 30th Ave. S W. CH 2-1970. Concrete Breaking ALBERTA CONCRETE BREAKERS Basement windows and doorways cut. A complete compressor service. Free estimates. AM 2-2464. Contractors, Carpenters Free Estimates Rumpus rooms, fences, garages, patios, Ridget Frame building, summer cottages. No. 1 materials and workmanship. No down payment required. MAJOR LUMBER LIMITED 1022 11th Ave. S W. CH 4-4444 Evenings CR 7-OT1J NO DOWN payment till June for all your remodelling, alterations, rumpus rooms, garages and fa 11 oirt shelters completed bv Christmas. Call W. Reib. AV 9-2814. Fre estimates. ALBERTA MARBLE AND TILE CO LTD. CONTRACTORS FOR TTLE TERAZZO MARBLE 1M0 - 10th Ave. S.W. CH 4-5 163 CALGARY CARPENTER" SHOP Rumpus rooms, suites, offices, cabinets, remodelling. Call Les Johnson, bus. BR 3-5651, res. CH 9-4968 EXPERIENCED, alterations, carpentry. Plastering, decorating, ar-bonte. P. Deurloo Ltd., AT 3-51S6. CALL Harry Read AM 2-3S09 House reoairs. remodelling, cabin- ets. porches. REMODtLLING. FRAMING. FINISHING. CUPBOARDS. GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP. AT 3-5270. NEW construction. remodelling, rumpus rooms, cabinets, etc. Phon4 AV 9-9527. PHONE AM 9-3348 or AT 3-41M Let Ben Bev Construction estimate any of your building needs. RUMPUS rooms, cabinets, built-in furniture. Satisfaction guaranteed. AL 5-4634. NEW construction, homes, remodelling, painting. Top workmanship. Phone AV 9-2675. . REMODELLING buildings and cabinets of all types at cost. 276-1327, Chesterfields Re-covered JOHN URBIN, upholsterer, recovering, repairs. Guaranteed. AM 2-5054, Cleaning ARRANGE for your Christmas cleaning. Walls, floors, furniture, etc. C and M Janitors. CH 3-3019 -CH 9-8762. CLASSIFICATION Housekeeping Rooms Houses to Rent Houses wanted to Rent Houses for Sale Houses Wanted to Puy Hospital Perionnel - In Memoriam .. ......i . .40 8 S3 34 45 46 19 6 60 49 23 64 a 39 a 10 70 70a 67 62 63 27 71 61b 36 38a 6 11 2 68 6a 1S 73 84 12 29 30 32 74 24 25 79 26a 51 3oa 37 18 81 80 8ia 27 89 7' 77 77a t3a Investments Industrial Property Instruct 'on , Livestock Wanted Loti wanted to Rent Lost arid Found Machinery and Toots Machinery Wanted M scella neoui Wants - Money to Loan Money Wanted Motels, Trailer Courts Musical Instruments Office Equipment Parking Space . Pasture Pet Stock Birds Personal . Pianos . Poultry. Eggs, Supplies Poultry Wanted Professional Directory Radios Television Repairs Parts Tires Resorts Poo mi with Board Rooms Without Board Rooms, Suites Wsnted Sewing. Knitting Mschtnes . Situations Wanted, Ftimale Situations Wanted, Mala .. Sporting Goods Stampede Accommodation . Stocks. Bonds .. Storage Space Stores Offices, etc. . Teachers Wanted Trailer Homes ....... Trucks and Trailers Trucks. Trailers Wanted Unfurnished Suites Warehouse Space Washing Machines Wearing Apparel Wearing Apparel Wanted . World Ot Good Eating

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