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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IEIHUIOGE HEUALD Monday, April 13, 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED BABYSITTER REQUIRED WITHIN talking distance ct 1401 fth Ave. N. Tv.3 tilildren. J22OT5. !SJ2-I5 RELIABLE BABYSITTER WANTED j p.m.-s p.m., live day Plwe J p.m.-i p.m., live d 325-IW3r 5 p.rp. 66 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone witn a (irtnXlftg problem. cr tt ader p-m. BE A SARAH COVENTRY JEWEL- lerv demons'ralor. Full or part No No deliveries. PWM 337-OXff. twfort 1 p.m. 9KN-H SALESLADY! Musi be experienced in retail ss are willing lo train epplicanl to tell radios, TVj, sterecs. Salary plus commission. Apply belwew ll-CO a.m. Pltaw no call 402 5th ST. S. SI MALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED TRACTOR AND (arm edoipmoit Box 61. Htra'd. C7JCS-H FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINK- ERS KEEPING UNDERSTANDING AHD INFORMATION CONTACT AL AHO.t FAMILY GROUP. WRITE IN OUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX Ml. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. 73 IUSINESS OPPOKTUNITIES F03 SALE ONE OF LETH- and llrgul beauty sa'wis. Selltng due lo illnesi. No rea- wier refused. 323-7WO. ASK ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAN Only per morifn Rent apples to purchase pri or used HEINTZMAN PHOJiE M8-2M3 HUDSON AGENCIES 415 Shippers' World rn-au Ten motel In Southern Alterla. better than wrc net profit. Don't rr.iw tr.Ti. For furlner details call- Evening Phones: M-rv .................IM-lllI Harry Hudson M7-J5JS Harold Lrppard 32M38I C712MJ duig is in your RIOGE FAMILY SERVICE would like to help you give rrar- riase a good Starr a pre-mar- _____ Counseling Cowrie cf ten l.-.rer- MAN WANTED TO WORK WHY NOT CALL US TODAY time Sheep, grain farming and I FOR FURTHER DETAILS? LETH- rSsnVox Taber or Phoie K44. m-5721. SJ it HOURLY Service eitatlishiKl ewtoireri Fuller Brush Co. For interview applr Mr. Cal Seebeck 5-10 o.m. Monday, April mi. Room 103, Marquis Hotel. WANTED QUALIFIED SER- VICE MANAGER FOR TIRE SHOP. APPLY NORTH LETH- BRIDGE MO-TIRES. cram DRIVER SALESMAN FOR CITY ROUTE Acpllcanl must be between the ays. n and 50, bondable and ab-'e to fjrr.isii references. Five day week wilh Self-tonsciovs dte io acne, ptoptea and similar blemishes? HYDSOLIN will clear your complexion. Clear, col- orless, equally effective on dry or oily skin, use pishl or day. Many pleased users. tor 1 ounce; S3.CO for 3 ounces; S1.W Icr medicated soap at Tf-riflway Drugs and Wesl- BRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE-PHONE C7335-I7 MOTEL 1! UNITS. TWO 8ED- roo.-n home. Main southern Extra room for trailer court. Re- tiring, will lake city property as part payment. Bex 1357, Postal Slllton F SPARE-TIME INCOME Refilling and collecting money from NEW TYPE Mgh-qualHy coin-operated dtspensers In ycur area. No selling. To qualify yog must have car, references lo cash. Seven to twelv hours weekly can net excellent month- ly Income. More fuLI time. For oer sonal interviw write CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING LTD., OEPT- D, 1M Bay SI., 70S, Toronto 1, Ontario Include phcr.e number. minster Drugs. M41 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS TAPING, ceilings. Excellent Phone OT-7362. SPRAYING workmanship. 5500-tf SOUTHERN STA.W AfiD STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate Sifii, ers, Same-day Service. 2nd Ave. S. Phone M8-51U C'.ra-M 74 LOANS t INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mail Phone 321-3331. Ths widest facilily available. We con- sider ALL TYPES of mortgage loan C7J9I-I medics! and ether benefits. Apply lo fAanager, Lett-.bridge Laundry Ltd., i belrtte.i I'M and a.m. MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE SER- vlces on all makes of washers and dryers, aulcmatic cr conventional. Al- i. lav.n mowers. etc- No lobs TV, STEREO-RADIO SALESMAN Oniy experienced need apply. Please nj pliene calls. Apply a.m. 402 5th ST. 5. C7J63U Alberta company requires two salesman wilh or wlthojl experience !o start April 27th. Salary and incentive plan commensurate with exper- ience. This is i career oppor- tunity with Albsrta's leading Financial organization. Phone: 328-8196 to an interview. C74JO-15 !DO larae or too small. LETHtWDGE APPLIANCES, JOS 3rd Ave. S. fhxif 32MJ56. r.nSMf STOP TROUBLE BEFORE IT STARTS! With on Allis Chalmers ORANGE CAP On-lrie- farm service sur- vey of all your equipment. No obligation of course! Far details call Your Orange Cap Service Centre GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutl; Highway Pnone 327-3165 C740f-l 75 CONTRACTS ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AN work. Bob Atwood, 1793- ilh Ave. S. 317-JSH. HALF TON WILL TRAVEL FO spring cleanup and garbage haulir Pr.cne WEEPING TILE, CEMENT WOR Renovations, alterations. Pnone J and BORGE RAVEN 1329 9th ST. Kitchen cvpboardl, rumpus rooms, r modelling rtpair- .-.tea CARPENTER AND CEMENT WOR before llo.ser and garden time- atler 4 p.m HK-Kf RUMPUS ROOMS AND. BASE Phone CEMENT WORK, FEKCES. GARAGE Cisterrs repaired, odd jobs. Pta 337.J834 or Res. 337-7745. f Jjeaths, J-uncrals, Jnanlts, e awarded annually to i Grade 12 sludent enrolled in the academic technical pro- gram at the Sparwood Second- ary School who plans to con- inue his education al a rec- ognized educational institution of any type. award will be based pri- marily oo acedemic effort and citizenship in Grade 12. The selection commilte> for :be scholarship will consist of Ihe grand knight and advocate of NaUl council and the prin- cipal of Sparwcod Secondary School. Candidates for the scholar- ship must apply before June 1. NEW BINGO Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- C7501 PARTS AND TIRE SALESMAN for CYC dealership, lire a-jtbmtfivt parts exp-rience. Good renurveTfllion fcr producer, com- pany cir. J. B. Goodman Paris and Manager ENERSON MOTORS iTD. Lethbridge ROTOTILLING, LAWN SEEDING, landscaping, spftng clean-up, Phare fSCI-H GARDEN ROTOTILLING New lawns put In. lervtce, rates. 9393-Sf LANDSCAPING, ROTOTILLING, painting arvd old [obi, 10 years ex- perience. Phone Ed, 378-5211. W34-1B NEW Machine ground ideal for lawns and gardens. 75 tb. hardy bag, 11.50 Bach. Frrt delivery. Coal- hurst Greenhouse. Phone ENCHANT, ALBERTA Tenders for the polyethylene lir.ingof lineal feel el Lat- eral C-3, CM, C-3-J In Ihe.EVi 18-' will be received by the unoer- signed unlll p.m. local tin-e April The rnain ilems of InclwJe: [I) Widening' existing canal embank- ment. (3) Overexcaviltag existing normal canal seciicfl. (3) Installation of Buried Pclyerhy- YARDS CLEANED, ODD JOSS DONE, fence mended, base.-r-.enls cleaned cr what ycj. 61 TEACHERS WANTED LACOMBE NURSERIES for Iress, shrubs, pere.w'als, ar.d landscaping. Local repfesenialives NwmaT Nelsco, Phone "I. T. Follinglo plone lene Lining. Plans, specif icalEw.s, and tender forms will aviifib> from Mr. W. at Bow River Irrigaiion Districf office loceled i west of Enchant, Alberta. Prospective bidders will be required to pay len (StO.M) for each set of plans, non refundable. Each accompanied by a tert.Ued cheq-.-e equal lo five oer cent ol the lender. Tlw cr terd-r rot accepted, Mclnar Bcw River Irrigation District Enchail, Alberta PRE-SCHOOl CLASSES Teacher with special trailing Fn Early CMIdhood Education required lo leach pre- school claws sponsored by Pre- venllvt Social TfACher wi'l be exp't'td to aislsl In formulating canculum and alto be' for supervising ir> assistant for two tlassei of apprcxlma'eiy M cMldren each, for Mve days per week. Q-jslified teacher v.111 under Ihe Letrv bridge A.T.A. salary pay schedule. P Tease send describing lrarn- inrj experience and name ot twj references. Address epplkalijn 10: Choirman Head Starr Oemonslralion Projccl Committee Box 413 Lelhbridge, Alberta cws-u PARSONS HARDWARE Shoppers' World Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLE8S POWER CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. CB97-5M 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES STARTED TURKEYS. ALL AGES. Phone 334.J035 or ?Ji-37M, Fcrt Mac- leal. FRIERS. PAH REAOY-39C PER LB. Also heavy H. Oytk, Coa'daK. Phone C691J-II 72 PETS AND SUPPIIE5 REO'O TOY POODLES. >nl qtllily. Phone TWO BABY KITTENS TO GIVE houie brokt. Phont 358-5H8. 5W3-V PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE Icvab'e psts. Would IIVc lo have t-ai-t. Vie art reasorab1 priced, lilt 3rd Avt. A S. Phon 313.3473 S p.m. 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. leading Ave. S.E., Caloary. TUTORING FOR SALE CHOC01 ATE BSOWI Toy Pwdlf. 373.7UJ. PUPPIES FOR SALE AMERICA older shofs. aM Poodles. SO Pekingese. Reg'd and hav Kenritli, TUTORING IN PIAI.'O Chsory eorrrrcnc'ng Way lit aid or July hi. Conlat! Linda Schmold Alberl) or 4SI9. 63 MUSIC TEACHERS PRIVATE TUITION ON Fr-d Kane. 64 SEWING SERVICES 72A FUR BEARING ANIMAL CHINCHILLAS FOR SALE. WHIT 1137. bcisc. Low crkfs. Phcne 32 90C1 FOR SALE: COMPLETE STOCK 0 Palomino, and H.7. b'ac bili and cases. Phor.e Xl-Wll. more, 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES .ORESSWKINS AND ALI'ERAllON Phore 373-WM. Reaswable rAies. O14-13A CLEAN RESTAURANT. PRICE reasonably. Call Really of your Ooi 66 PERSONAL HEED HELP? CONCERNING HEALTH, ViELFARE AND RE- LA1ED AREHS CONTACT A.I.D. CENTRE. Proot 337.71U It a.m. t p.m. C7WS t IKl ILIWlICk III JJIdllillulv mlnj rftttPTTI her father in Fernie. Survivors .__, nt SP1RAK Mrs. Annie (Cal- of Blairmore, be- loved wife the late Joseph Sprlak, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on Saturday, April 11, 1970, al age 72 years. She was born August Jo, 1897 in Onidea, Pennsylvania and came to Canada in 1903, settling in Coal Creek and then to Femie, B.C., living there un- til 1943, when she moveo to Blairmore, where she has re- sided since. She married her late husband Joseph in B.C. in 1913. She was prede- ceased by her husband Joseph in Coal Creek, August 30, 1923; one son Steve, 1916 and a son John in 1928, both in Femie; her mother in Btairmore and HUPKA Passed away in the city on Saturday, April 11, 1970, following a brief illness, Alexander aged 82 years of 1712 8th Ave. N. be- loved husband of the lale Mrs. Mary Hupka. Bom in Austria in 1887, Ihe late Mr. Hupka came to Ontario in 1S03, and several years later moved to Coalhurst. He was a' miner for many years prior lo his retire- j ment in 1935. He was a member of the National Slovac Society and the Miners Library. Surviv: ors include one son, George of Coquitlam, B.C.; one daughter, Mrs. Joe (Ann) Wood cf bridge; and six grandchildren. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at a.m. in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. with Rev. U Brian Jones of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at the Metr-r'al Chapel. 703 13th St. N. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors cf Funer- al Service. C7498 FUNERAL SWITZER Funeral service for Mrs. Matilda Jane Switzer, beloved wife of James E. Swit- zer of Spruce Tower Apart- ments who; died in the city March 8, al the age of '86 years, was helc al 2 p.m. Friday, March 10 1970, in the Christensen Chape wilh Rev. R. W. K. Elliot offi dating. Pallbearers were W. S Russell, Bill Skelton, Stuar McBean, Thad Ives, Stewart Shields' and Bill Armbruster. Intermenl was in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Chrislensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of-the arragemsnls. Teresa and family. 931 STEWART In loving mem- ory of a husband, dad ard granddad, James Stewari, who passed away April 13, 1SS3. True was his heart, his actions kind. His life was a pattern to those left behind. But his quiet nature and kindly ways, Leave happy memories of by- gone days. remembered i. n d sadly missed by his wife Georgiha and family. Members also approved, fund- raising project, holding the second annual bingo in the Natal arena Saturday, May 23. Recent donations to worthy causes included to the Mis- sissippi Flood Disaster; to the building of Ihe' Sisters of the Precious Blood convent at Nelson; to Camp Lourdes al Nelson and to the Knights of Cfllumbus (B.C.) Scholarship Foundation. PLAN DANCE Sponsored by the a social and dance vill be held in St. Michael's Natal, Saturday, .Aptil 25 with entire proceeds going towards St. Mi- chael's Parish building fund. Greet summer in the fashions under the sun! include two sons, Thomas of lairmore and Joe of Canmore. wo daughlers, Mrs. F. (Veroni ca) Petras and Jlrs. J. (Jo- sephine) G i z a, both of Blair- more; two sisters, Mrs. rerguson of Vancouver and' Irs. F. (Elizabeth) Galvon of lairmore; one brother. Hike Callahan, Tacoma, Wash.; 14 rar.dchildren and eight great- randchildren. Funeral services be celebrated in St. Anne's Catholic Church, Blairmore at a.m. Tuesday, April 14. Irt- erment will follow in the fam- ly plot in Fernie, B.C. al ap- proximately p.m. Prayers vill be said Monday April 13 at p.m. in St. Anne's Calholic Church, Blair- more. Fanu'h Chapels Lid., is in charge. WEEKEND DEATHS By THE CANADIAN PRESS Princeton, O'llara, 65, author of numerous novels, short slories and Ihe hit Broad- way musical Pal Joey; of a lisart attack. Frank W. Scho- SlacK A H L A N E Passed away in the city on Friday, April 10, 1970, following a a lengthy illness, Robert John, agec 52 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Tna MacFar- lane of 1406 6th Ave. S. Born in Carleton Place, Ontario in 1917, the late Mr. MacFarlanc resided Ihere and in Perth, On- tario until joining the Royal Ca- nadian Air Force in 1941. Fol- lowing his discharge in 1946, he came to Lethbridge. and has resided here until his passing. He was a well known tennis star in Ontario and southern Al- berta, and for the past several years was an accountant with Lelhbridge Concrete Products. Besides his loving wife, Ina, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Catherine Mackenzie of Lethbridgef one granddaughter, Caroline; one. sister, Mrs. Don- ald (Jean) Cameron of Baie d'Urfe, Quebec; and one broth- er. Wiliam Lloyd HacFarlane of San Francisco, California. He was predeceased by his parents and his eldest brother, Arnold of Ottawa. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday al 2 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. with Rev. L. B r i a n Jones officiating. In- CARD OF THANKS TOLLEY T wish lo extend my sincere thanks to the doctor and staff of Border Counties General Hospital, Milk' River; to the doctors and staff of St. Michael's General Hospital, >trrbridge; also to all my kind riends and relatives for the lowers and and the many kindnesses' extended to me during my illness. -Mrs. Vonda Tolley, Milk River, Alberta. 9835-15 Highest Peak Claims Climber KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) Mount Everest, Ihe world's highest mountain, claimed its eighth victim in a' three-week period Sunday when' a huge iceblock (ell and killed a Sherpa porter climbing with a Japanese team headed for the summit, according' to a message reach- ing Katmandu. The message said Kyak Tser- ing, with the nine-member expe- dition sponsored by the Japa- nese Alpirie Club of Tokyo, was killed Thursday when he was struck 'l feet up the foot Himalayan peak. He was Ihe 22nd climber lo die on Ever- est. The accident occurred only four days after six Sherpa guides climbing with a separate Japanese team thai plans to' ski down the killer mountain were killed in a similar the woist in the mountain's history. More Talks Scheduled VANCOUVER (CP) The second day o hold fur- ther talks Monday. A CLRA spokesman declined comment-on the talks, held in an effort lo avert a major shut- dawn of British Colombia's con- struction industry. Spokesmen (or Die laborers, tunnel anc rock workers, operating engi- neers, bricklayers and carpen- ters unions were not evailable for comment. The CLRA, bargaining agenl for 600 B.C. contractors, said i would meet this week wilh three other unions it served lockout notice on last week. No- tices expired at various times during the weekend. But. time so far has only- proven How much we miss you yet. God gave us strength to carry on And courage to face the blow, But what it meant to lose you No one will ever know. To know we naver said good- bye, Will always bring regret, But the hearts that loved yen dearly Arc Ihe cuss that won't lorget. and remembered al- ways by your mom and dad, brother family. Leroy and his PAWN RARE VIOLINS BOSTON (AP) Two violins, a Stfadivarius and a Guarner- ius, valued at and respectively, were recovered al a pawn shop this weekend fol- lowing their theft from a hotel room. The instruments were re- porter! stolen Friday by Kensley Rosen and his wife, Karen, members of [he touring Minne apolis Symphony Orchestra. terment wil follow in Ihe Field of Honor, Mountain View Ceme- cry. Those who wish may pay ;heir respects at the Memorial Chapel, 703 13lh St. N. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service C7490 Inslanl Crochet lunic and field, 81, a Canadian sup- jumper dial's also a dress. Us Ported the Korean independence BIG hook, novelty yarn in- Icrtiling [cxlure is top fashion. THIRTY-FOUR UNIT MOTEL Park. Sii.WO wi'l randls. Balance cur S387-UA FOR SALE DRIVE-IN RESTAU. rast all <5urpTerr, on busy high- way oul ol Lelhbridgc, Sacrifice For cash. Phone 33J-37M. 9784-H Pattern 738-1: NEW sizes 10-16 ind. Size 12 (bust FIFTY CENTS (coins) lor each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first class msiling and special handling lo TIIK U 60 Front SI reel Wesl Readers Mall Limited Toronto 1, movement in 1919, was awarded the Order of Merit for his aca- demic and socio-political works by Ihe Korean government in 1968 and won Ihe International Veterinary Congress Prize in 1954 from the American Velcri nary Medical Association. Sydney, N.S.-Tlcv. Michac Gillis. 87. one of the founders o the St. Francis Xavier Univer- sity at Anligonish, N.S., and Roman Catholic chaplain in two world wars. Montana Rustlers Find Markets FUNERAL rETKO Funeral service tor John Pclro, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Margaret Pdro of 741 Slaftud Drive N. who died at tlio residence Monday, April 6, 1070, at Ihe age o' 75 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church with Rev. L. D. Hankin- son and Rev. K. C. Doka olfi elating. Pallbearers were Alex Astalos, Gus Scbok, Tolh Kenny Pelro. Paul Gcncsi anc Flori Kun. Interment was in the family nlot in the Tahsr Cemetery. Marlin Bros. Ltd. Directors of Funeral Service was in charge o( the arrange- monts. HELENA, Mont. crs in Montana and other west- ern slates are finding midwest markets convenient places to dispose of stolen cattle wilh no queslions asked, says Bill Che- ney, executive officer of the Mon tana Livestock Commis- sion. Cheney said "professional rustlers" load trucks wilh cat- lie, transport them to the mid- west and grab thousands of dol- lars in quick profits. The ulti- mate destination of most cat- tle stolen in Montana, he sakl, is Minnesota, I c w a, Illinois, Missouri or Wisconsin. Markcls in Ihosc slates, he said, generally do not require proof of ownership from sellers. LOSS Since last July 1. more lhan 700 cattle have been reported stolen in Montana wilh a mar. ;el value totalling about 000, Cheney said. "We're lucky if 50 per cent of the losses are Che- ney said, "so the actual value of the stolen animals is prob- ably closer to lo 000." He said investigations indi cale that on-the-spot butcher- ings make up only a minor por- tion of the losses. The major share, he said, is 'through "big movements by often elabsratelv planned. Border Confliel Not, Expected To Erupt LONDON (Reuters) The border conflict between the So- viet Union and China is not likely to erupt into full scale war despite the unprecedented increase of Russian troops in the area, Ihe Institute for Stra- tegic Studies said today. The independent organization said Russian troops in the Far and Mongolia have been increased lo 23 divisions, com- parable 16 Soviet strength in whole of Eastern Europe. The report, covering Ihe stra- tegic developments in 1969, said the origins of clashes on Ihe Sino Soviet border were cb- sen re, but it seemed that the lirst incident, M a r c h 2, was provckcd by China. Beusou Flies Iiilo Tokyo TOKYO (AP) Canadian Fi- nance Minister Edgar Benson flew info Tokyo Sunday for lalks wilh his Japanese counterpart, Takco IViiuda, and other gov- ernment leaders during an unof- ficial lour. A Canadian embassy spokes- man said Benson will discuss various problems of mutual con- cern left unsettled at regular consultative meeting held in Tokyo in April, 1969. He also is expecled lo visit Expo '70 Wednesday and Thirs- Simitar "Ptions arc common in the Dakotas Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas Oklahoma, Colorado and Ariz ona, he said. day. Benson came to Japan on his way homo from Seoul, Koita, where he attended an annual hoard of governors meeting of the Asian Development Bank. He plans lo leave for home April 13. FIHK KILLS 20 CAIRO (Reuters) TVenly villagers died and 100 were in- jured in Nile Delta (ire, said reports reaching Monday. ;