Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
40A FUXNITURE AND HAK.ERS KMAU imp PCTS AND CHARTER IANK XE-3UIRES EXPERIENCED TELLER FOR FART-TIME WORK. PHONE ttt-3341, FOR AN INTERVIEW. TUTORING IN PIANO theory and commencing Aay lit and or July 1st. Contact Linda hmold (nee Albert) 3314253 or SALE CHOCOLATE t I C Jt Ot L t W) Jhanm, Jrn, fffemonami BED CHOCOLATE BROWN nrlon trine and leal heretic. Good ccn-coiiw. P.-aie SALE HARDTOP CAMPER Her, campereMe. Phone 8-37M. atler 5 p.m. FOR SALE AMERICAN Some Reg'd .Ms. ALL WRINGER ROLLERS, gears and tlocU; range etamer.ts and HOLMES SALE SOFT-TOP TENT aller, sleeps fot-r edulls. Excellent wrxaton. Phona in-tin. TYPIST kxtUiMpbg AUrrkd In MUSK BRISCOE HARMONY CHORD OR-san for sill. Phone 34i p.m. FT. MOBILE HOME. MUST ELL. REASONABLE OFFERS CON-DEREO. PHONE 114-4410. ting lUtlmj tnf.4rkf.ee to truMOM-i Kitting IW2 3rd S. Kane. Phone 317-4KI HH KAMNC ANIMALS CHINCHILLAS FOR SALE. ji'AYTAG SQUARE TUB Excel lenl condition. Phona SALE 17 FT. SCAMPER Refrigerator, oven ove, BTJ healer. Used three eeks. Like Phone 317-7U5 atler p.m. LAW OFFICE PHONE 32H-7725 AND ALTERATIONS hone 3K-2W. Reasonable FOR SALE: COMPLETE STOCK Of Palorr.Ino, N.Z.W. and N7. black rabbits and caoes. Phone 542-2974, Blair-more, AlberFa. Funeral SCT-iee for Mrs. Mary Jaakovkh, beloved wife of Michael Jaako-vich of 615 7th Ave. S. who died in the oh- Sunday, April 5, 970, at the age of years, was held at an. Wednesday, April M70, wift RCT. J. A. Carroll the cesebnnt. Pallbearers were Joseph Klirna, Weoial Chocfaoiacek, John Ko-vach, Karl Komffi, Martin Balaz and John Richler. Service was held in UK St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church. 3sristensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, WK in charge d the MEMOftlAMS TWENTY-TWO IN. ELECTRlCSTOVEl e'ectrlc logs lor (Ireplace; trillgM Isrp. All h al shape. Anlkupe brass bed. rimt Must sell due lo chance in ins, Write Box Herald. SALESMAN FOR CITY ROUTE Applicant must be bmseble 'and able to furnish references And have a suitable driving record- Five day week with medical and eetar benefits. Apply lo Manager, Letnbridge Laundry Ltd., between f and a.m. LOST AMD Mr. aod Mrs. Tom Hudson are proud to announce the birth of a son, Jeffrey Blythe, March IS, 1970, at the Lethfaridge Municipal Hospital. Insured. ra loving men ory of a dear mother aw grandmother, Martha, passed away April 10, Ittt. remembered by he son David and family. m ZGORELEC In lovin memory of a dear father, Bta Zgoretee, who passed m April 10, 1942 in France. Memories are treasures, no one can steal, Death leaves a the world canot heal and remembered b daughter Catherine. m ADAMSOV In lovinc men HARRWGTON PIANO ANO In new cond. Blonde finish. Mi. Phone Island, alter p.m. IN THE VICINITY OF ACmCULTURAl cross. Answers to utfy. Phone anytime. KESTAURANT. PRICED reasonably. Call Realty of your choke. USED PIANO FOR SALE. GOOD condition, 15J5. Pnorn 337-71 after t p.m. TO TRADE BARLEY OR heal for hay. Phore 733-7745. aller p.m. MALE SIAMESE CAT, VI-Inlty ITrh Ave. and Henderson Lake Ivd. Phone JU-OIB, after a p.m. UNIT MOTEL IN Waterlon Park. U5.0W win TRABER Pass4jd away in CoaMale on Friday, April 10, 1370, HenEan, aged 71 -years, beloved husband of Mrs. Marie Traber of Coaldale, Funeral arrangements will be announced completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. REBUILT VYE5TINGHOUSE FOR FEED BARLEY 1H4 nlernatlx.al half trn and Inter. ational two ton. Massey 3030 tractor Ith front-end loader. iroxburn, one east south. matching dryer, six mcnlns, guarantee, snt.M. Holmes Appliances. Phone 3J7JCS4. WANTED If you a good knowledge of saving and fabrics aod lika people, you'll enloy a position Vi our store-Salary commission, with company benefits. For confidential Interview, phone 327-220. SINGER CO. OF CANADA COLLEGE SMALL MOWN AND white female cat. Recently spayed. Vicinity lath Avenue, S. and 17th SALE DUE OF' LETH-brkKK's newest and largest aeanrfy salons. Selling due lo illness. No reasonable offer refused. Phona 32A-7MO. USED FURNITURE AND AUTOS FROM PATERSON AREA Small white Pekingese- Poodle dog. Child's pet. Phone 327-0158. ESTABLISHED PLUMBING and healing business, SI UK. Good opportunity to start your own pisiness. Mrite Box at, Kedcllrf. RANCHERO OR NEW !3 IN. RCA TV, SOT WITH trade; 12 cu. It. door refrigerator ax: use4 51 In. TV, J17; derranslrator n In. RCA color TV, 402 ilh ST. River. IN THE THRIVING Ttwn ot Taber. Built In 1M4, each has two bedrooms, tiled Doors, carpeted living rooms, ptaslered walls, mahogany cupboards. Close to schooH and business section. Never a vacancy. Live In one and rent other tr-ree- Good Investment. Phone or 2717 15th Ave. i., Lethbridge. LIVESTOCK FOR HELP? CONCERNING HEALTH, WELFARE AND RE-LATED AREAS CONTACT OF THANKS .JAMES Thank you Passed away in the city on Tuesday, April 7, 1970, following a brief illness, Michael, aged 8r years, of Coal-hurst, betoved husband of Ihe late Mrs. Marie Anna .Cusella. The funeral service will be held oo Saturday at p.m. in the Christ Trinity Lutheran Church, with Pastor E. R. Moody officiating. Intermenl will follow in the family BARLEY AND DURUM wheat to trade for bred cows. Phcr.e 733-1150, New Dayton. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS RecenKy purchased appliances Frost-lree refriserator-freeier, slove TV set, G.E. vacuum, hlde-a-bed, beds chairs, lamps, IflM lit St. S., aller 4 p.m.. only. MALE Hap Phone H7-738 U a.m. to 4 p.m.: of a dear wife and mothe Martha Adamson, who paw away April 10, 1958. Nothing can ever take awi The love a heart holds dear Remembrance keeps her dear. loving husband Devi and familv. n WANTED ALL IYPES and sties. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry Phore TRACTOR AN farm equipment salesman. Write Bo 44, Herald. ONE CLUB For -widowed, separated, divorced or otherwise unattached. socia s, picnics and lust fun. Phone 317-1441, 32tf43f or 328-3771. MONEY IN SPARE TIME Men or wcmen to re-stocfc and collect money from -new type high quality coin-operated dispensers m your area. No selling. To qualify, must have car, relerences, lo cash. Seven to twelve hours weekly can net excellent income. More full time. We Invest with you and establish your route. Fcr personal Interview write: B. V. DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED, 2410 Te-curr.seh Road East, Windsor 19, Ontario. Incl-jcie phone number. of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their wonderful care. Thank you to our friends for their cards, reroem brauces and prayers. A specia thank yoc to tbe children o "32" bus and also a specia thank you to Dwayne and Mar garet. You were all so goud. Stanley James Grassy Lake 9696 LUND Mr. Charles Lund 2nd daughters Lena, Helene aod families wish to thank all hose who extended sympathy or sent flowers or donations during their recent bereavement. Many thanks also TO 50 EWES, VflLL trade barley, hay or cattle. Phone 234-1114. Fort Macleod. WANTED TO WORX FUL time with sheep, grain farming and horses. Box 1159, Taber or Phone 22 2044. Corr.e In today and lock over ou large seleclion cf reconditioned flaws All n-akes. Apply 111 ith Street lh SI. i. LerhbrFdge, Alberta. CAP On-'the- form s4Kvice of all your equipment. No obligation of course! D For details coll Your Orange Cap c Service Centre j, GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES JOURNEYMAN LINEMAN TNre Is a position open In tna Coutti Highway e Phone 327-3165 ti C74IK-14 N brktga for qualified JOURNEYMAN GARDENING FFrst six months per hour, then U.ra per hour. TRIMMED AND ODD JOBS E done. Phone ril-liVl n For further Information and applka tfcn forms, contact ROTOTILLING AND ODD C [obc. Phone Frank e tttMM PERSONNEL OfFtCE CITY TOP SOIL AND WELL t rctfetf irwiurt. phone eve. v nlngl. tt a Applications will nol be accepted after April 17, COMPLETE CARDENINO AND 1 landscaping and tree a Phone J27-ttCa. t FULLY INSURED THEE SUR- IT Licensed AERATING AND GARDEN rditlUhg. Mike prone 337-1777. Ti sys'etr.j, LLI NG LAWN S EE DING, la ndscaplng spring clean-up. Phone v- 1, Petiilsn Pfan 2. Blue Crcm is 3. Company paid ROTOTILLING pv1 in. Prcmpl reasonable rates. 327-2M1. S 5. working CLEANED, COO JOBS DONE, 7. Above have ycu, yi7-tw. E vfoui tge, nnrll.il stat and 1i llrjt NURSERIES Tor frees, shrubs, perennials landscaping. Local Write P.O. Box FolllJiglo 317-O9J, C759tl( Leth bridge, GOOD MONEY MAKER Jonts Brown Rugs. Gross sales ever OW. One year left on letse, Shop- World. Act CANADA TRUST REAL ESTATE PHONE 327-8581. FRANCHISE Bar X Steak> LM. offer franchise lor Lethbrldge area. Oar concept otlen lamily dining hi nlaxlng. inforrr.al atmosphere at prices the family.can afford. operation' lend! Itself to otmer management IOT absentee ownership. Also offers excellent return as Invesl- "nt For Information wrte Mr X Sleek! Ltd, mt Macteod Trail. Calgary 27, Turn Your Spare Time INTO MONEY1 (Voven-Rellable-Profltable Business SYLVANIA TUBES DEALER-Needed In thll area lo ser- vice company secured accounts with SYLVANIA electron tubes, sold through the latest self-servlce test equipment. Color T.V., Wack and white, radio, stereo, hl-fl, organs, amplifiers, and thousands of other- electronic equip- ment use millions of replacement tubes annuallv. Now you can cash In on expanding and Increasing million dol- Mrs. Beatrice E. Rowland of 244 15lh St. N. Bom in England in 18M, the served overseas'with the Cana- dian Army in the First ard Second World Wars. After serving sixteen years with the City of Lethbridge Electrical Department, he retired in 1964. Besides his loving wife, Bea- trice, he is survived by one son, Raymond of Lethbridge; one daughter, Miss Moreen Rwland of Lethbridge; four grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. J. (Beatrice) Mott of Winnipeg aod three brothers, Wesley and Frank, both of Vancouver, B.C. tod Harold of Kenora, Ontario. The .funeral service will be hetd on Saturday at p.m. in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th H. N., with Rev. R. E. Eskdale officiating. Interment will follow in the Field of Hon- or, Mountain View Cemetery, Those who wish may pay their respects at the Memorial Cha- pel, 703 I3th St. N. Phone 328- 2361 Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C7452 nesses shown to their wife and mother during her illness. Words cannot express our ap- preciation. 3633 eplacement market" with famous, SYLVANIA TUBES. raid ROMANCHUK I would liie to express my thanks to 'afl my friends and relatives who visited rat, sent flowers, cards and gifts; also to all those who inquired about me while I was hospitalized. A special thacks to Ihe doctors, nurses and staff of the Municipal Hospital for the wonderful care 1 received. It was all very much appreciated. -Nick RomaDCbuk. 9646 No experience needed, merely 5ervTce and re-stock local self -service accounts m your >para time lour lo five Exceptional earnings boo' to woo per Jumbo Hangar TORONTO (CP) A hangar for the new umbo jets will be constructed IWrmtA Tntmrvifirtnal Air international Air- ort, a spokesman for Air Can- CanadKn funds, secured by stxk >nd If you ire have a car, spire time and necessary capital lor In- vesfmtm, and desire m work for fin- ancial Independence for yoorseM and build a sound business, theii write M lode-y for more Information and a per- sonal Interview In city. PLEASE be sure to incluoe number and working hows, to: UNIVERSAL ELEC- TRONICS Corp. 1350 Olive Blvd., St. Louis, Eight-year old na Ifonal company! da said yesterday, cover three acres. .Air jumbo flights Toronto" in May, 1971. 74 LOAMS t INVKTMIHTS EIGHT X. 34 FT. TWO TRAIL- br for rent. 1100 per monlh p'us util- Vrlll cons'der selling 19 rlgM party. Phw.e JJ7-B117. FOR SALE OR TRADE in X J! ft. sadd'Mj 7 x 57 .M, .m iMlll. Prier.e nt-iaal. eve- nir-55. S4J4-I1 CUSTOM BUILT TRAILERS AND CAWPERS. LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD., HIGHWAY ti. PHONE 377-IMS OR m-fSt. PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE. 7313-tf FOR RENT, SUrWER UOIITHS. 16-rc4t Holiday trailer, sleep six, ex- cwdi'lon, axis equalid'a hi'ch. 540 wteVly, Iniurto. SPRING CLEAII UP All khds of lurk haded Phone 8SU-II EXPERIENCED DIESEL TRUCK driver, doier or operalor, wanls work. FINISHING CARPEItTER WITH fcurnfyman's papers, capabls man capaclly, desires posllkn. Vr'rile Bo< M, Herald. Sir 56 FARM HUP WANTID SINGLE WAN FOR Wrenlham area, experienced h farm- Irg and rr.ecJ-.8nlc a My Indirect. Wust be s'taiy snd fave good references. Top wages, write Box 67 HeraM. FOR SALE: TEN-YEAR OLO CUS- Wdjy trailer, factory re. built with re'rljera'or, healer, sfove, ESS. JAY INDUST- RIES, GRAIrUM 1U-VM Ask lor ly priced truck and IraHers. custom build. JMMI PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Tracer accessories and parui trai'er servicing, repair, PhGM MARRIED MAN FOR GENERAL ranch v.ork. experienced livestock and rrachin-ry. Small family orily, musl be absra'rsrs. Wc-nsn to cock or.e or Uo men. Modern horre and uli'.'iies supplied. bus lo dwr, year.roo-d employment. or L. G. BOK 374, Graiurn, ASSISTANT PLUMBING INSPECTOR It a pc4ltlon open witti Ihe City of tor ASSfSTANT INSPECTOR who will perform technical noes, to ensure friaf reqvTrementi and cf wd plumbing and milr.falr-ed, iretVMy (currently undtr applicant rrus! have current Journey- r-sn's Proficiency cafe, wllh n-yf [ess than five yeirs' exper- ience ai a [wrMftrtn or rres'er piu.-nber. For (urll-tr Tr.lo'mati'jn arvd tfoj; forms, PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Applications will nol bt acctpteif alter April 13, 57 FEMALE HUP WANTSO AVON REPRESENTATIVES rIEEOED Is sslisly demands c-l oust. co-ers. You work hours 11 your territory. Call cr -Mile now PARSONS HARDWARE Shoppers' World Phone 327-7064 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS I ROTOT1LLERS POWER RAKES SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED Wil Collsse Mall Phone tttttll. widest racility available. We con- sider ALL TYPES of morfciaoe loans. 7s CONTRACTS ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIOS AND rrainfenance Bob Afwood, (th Ave. S. HALF TOM WILL TRAVEL FOR spring cfearup and garbage ha-jllr, Pr.one v C1146 WEEPING TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, Phone J an< J Cetom 1J4S-1 ERS PI W, ETC., ETC. 71 POULTRY AND STARTED TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Phor.l J3H03S or Fort Iflc- FRIERS, PAX READY-3K PER LB. Also f.eavy l-er.s. H. Dyck, Box CMIdsle. Phw.e' 115-3224. CW13-K 72 PETS AND SUPP1IES I REG'D TOY POODLES, lenl duality. Pt-trt 327-2CJ2. 62 EMlCATlONAl SitVKIS Mrs. M. 1134 IMh Ave. 32e-7424, FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. Ctnada-j leading school. National Col. Canada-j I .1, ft, Ave. S.E., Cal :alsary. KIT- tUl.11 TWO BABY KITTENS TO GIVE Iwse broke. Phone PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE lovib'e pets. Would lite lo hive a nlca rew hcme. We are reasonably priced. 1J1J 3rd Ave. A S, Phooe nt-3423 artter i p.m. rjSl-14 BORGE Ma Hh ST. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus roorr.s, re- mxlelllr.g and repairs. 377-371? CARPENTER AND CEMENT WORK before flower and garden lint. m-ira, after 6 p.m. RUMPUS ROOMS AND suites. Phoce 32KMI. CEWEHT WORK, FENCES, GARA6ES Cisterns repaired, odd fobs. F" 357-6834 or Res. 377-7743. CARAGE -BUILDING, CEMEN and sluccolrg. Anderson an Screnson Cor.s'ructlrjO, IMO 7th Ave S. Phone OT-MM. CJ377- FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK Old basements ti'jy, waler proofing. In suted, esrlmatrs. 337-nf C34SI ALUMINUM SCREE11 AND SlORM WINDOWS------------------ PUBLIC NOTICES IN MEMORIAM KUNSMAN In loving memory of our mother ant sister. Calm and peaceful she is sleeping, Sweetest rest that follows pain. We who loved her sadly miss her But tntst in God to meet again. remembered by her son Allan, Hazel and sister Nan, Calgary. S7M Pattern 584 Tobacco Firm rtif rf I Will Appeal Decision Canada's Prime Minister sets fashion trend. Quick and crochet cap and scarf set of bulky yarn, i: ON 11 fashion right for both men an. who arc young in hear! rn sizes men S, M, li; women S, M, L. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to THE LrTrHBitnxjf: MEFAI.D M Front West Reader! Mail Limited TtrnU I, MONTREAL (CP) Peter a c k s o n Tobacco Ltd. an nounctd today it will appeal Ontario Supreme Coot judg neot jast month wfic'h awBrdn to a North Bay, Out resident. The money awarded imest Ranger, a 47-year-ok nicker who found a cash coi pon in a Peter Jackson rig rette package two years ago bir did not give the correct answer m the telephone to a mathemat cal question on which the pri depended. Mr. Justice Edson Haines agreed with Mr. Ranger's claim :hat !K did not undergo a fair :est and that he did not know Hiat to qualify for the money he would be required to write dur- ing a lest o( mathemetical skill. Mr. Ranger said his glasses were broken, he was emotion- ally upset and was misled be- cause the question was mathe- matical rather than general. In a news release today, L. Edmond Ricand, Peter Jackson president, said: "We have great sympathy with the plaintiff, but we feel we have no alternative but to resort lo the Court of Ap- peal to clarify the issues hi ttdi case. The present case does not affect the Pefer contMt and our offer of prize! of fl.TOO and to the public will contuiue." OTTAWA (CP) The Doinin- n Drama Festival' says it lares a concern about revs media and "we regard will particular dismay the coverage or the lack thereof responsibly prepared materi- dealing with the irts, especially drama aod more amatenr rama." The problem appears mainly i be a lack of people qualified in any sense of the Word" to rite about theatre. Aod with a exceptiong, that appfin to larger'urban areas too, sayi ubmissko to the Senate special munrttee nxiiKy arito Cbe BUM media. Tbe brief prepared by Dr. Mm A. MacPhenon of the rama festival's national office B one on which no personal ap- carance will be made before be committee headed by Sena- Keith Davey, Toronto Lib. o-al. "The sunpiutic approach of most critics that criticism and iamnatkn are synonomoue ie amentable and says UK brief. RELIC OF THIRTIES 'Such conduct is reminiscent of late-night made in the news- papers and their sensationalist intent more OB promo- tion than fact. "There is probably Dot a newspaper of even modest size which does not take the report- fig of sports, prufesMuna] or amateur with some serious- ess." And, adds tbe brief, writers are so "fiercely loyal to their calling" that criticim of an athletic ueifunuuce fa hard to find. "But it would seem that the RAINLESS FOR MONTHS ADELAIDE (Reuters) The small Australian mining town of Andamooka, 470 miles north of here, is rationing water1 ac one gallon a day for each a the residents. The town has had DO ram for six moothi performing arts, eepetiaSy drama whether prrsrcssirjoal ot amateur, do not enjoy such be- nevolence." TnCTft D3S DOOC growth in the numbers of pro- fessional and amateur theatri- cal companies across the coun- the brief says. But the tone of general theatr- ical criticism can hardly inspire enthusiasm arrcng young and non-professional acton lor an "art-which is the brunt of so much misconceived and rised reporting and criticisni." Old Chatauqua Shoio Will Be Commemorated CALGARY (CP) A Cana- dian tent show that rjrigmiited in Calgary and grew to be one of the largest show-business un- dertakings on the continent will be commemorated here in i museum display. Chatauqua, named from an Indian word meaning "to gather reached Us peak in the 1920s when it toured a WO- lown circuit across the country, giving many smaller centres one of their few sources of en- tertainment, Now old posters and prop- erties are being assembled from various' sources for public dis- play and research purposes bj Calgary's Gteobow Museum and Arcbivei.