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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 TW ItTHMmCf HtUOD J7 WANTHJ Mrtl be capibfcr ot payroll Htfitd. CJS77-JS C01WJ ON VACATION IN inonltal more n Mlllno -rUAAll HOP WANTED UNIVERSITY STUDENTS .WANTED. MBVtCB 74 LOANS t MVtSitttHTS ALL MklM GOOD POSITION AND FOUND r- hecd. your hours. v ALL TYPES Whop. CHI Joe, SIMM enlnoj. 157-J5h WANTED QUALIFIED SER- VICE MANAGER FOR TIRE SHOP. APPLY NORTH IETH- BRIDGE MO-TIRES. CTSUf DISCOVER THE ROYAL ANCHOR on L.H Nw. B.C. Well equipped I privite beKh. For further 'tion pnow u Irg (b) coumglnn to th.1 pmon In In ootto l with childrtn, ptrtnts, "id (c) tnlnlnj ind txptrknc. In imilt group work. ASSISTANT TO READING 70 GARDENING JQURNEYMAK MACHINIST Ve.r-round employment. hour week. Apply In person ELLISON'S HEAD OF- FICEr Lethbrldge. CONSULTANT: IWJCIIKI fr.nl I., fog h the reeling ground In ejuc.tion.1 INSTRUaOR OF EMOTIONALLY- HANDICAPPED CHILDREN: DEATH GRAVEL TENDER SEALED TENDERS .be Kcept- ed by the undenloned until f.x p-m. May I, IfH for the Wlwing prop- erty looted m the mrth Vi L.S. I. SK. a TP..S, 4, Montw. Conpvry M Production Camp., bedroom modem 1 full bMCrnent. Complete. well structure, .11 .uxlltory ooulpmeiit therein Plc4 of Imd that old bulk) Und-PId------- Ings tn belted en. TN hlghesl tender not ne- FWd SuptcMtnifcnt ClMdlin Montm Co. Ltd. PCS 100, farttmf, AIDerti. SWAN Passed away IB the city OD Tuesday. April 19H, foBowiBg a brief iDneas, Daniel, aged 57 rears, beloved bus- band of Mrs. Doreea L. Swan of (B ISth SL S. Bortt in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan; edu- cated in Calgary, the late Mr. Swan moved to Letfabridge in 1339, in partnership with B. A Nixon, operated Perha Dry Cleaoers, and in 1W7 he continued the partnership with D. H. CoghSn. hie loving Drjreeri, he is sur- vived by one son, Barry D., at locie and one daughter, Mrs. J. D. (Peggy) AppelhoJ of Cal- gary; three sisters, Mrs. R. C. (Swanaie) Johnson of Calgary and Mrs. B. A. (Barbara) Nix- cc aid Mrs. Francis (Vi) No- wak, botli of Victoria; and on brother, Goorge of Calgary. Fiv neral service. win be held on Satniday at p.m. in St Augustine's Anglican Church, with Rev. R. L. .Crisfieid offi- ciating. Interinent will follow DEATHS CHERNVK Passed away at Vauihall OB Monday, April M, U7t, Walter, at the age of M years. Born at Kulikuw- Pwrbt-Lwow, Poland, Febru- ary 15, 15S1, he came to Can- ada to Edmonton in and worked for the C.P.R. Mr. Cfcenyk moved to Vauxhall in and purchased a shoe maker shop which he operated until retirement ni 1K4. Sur- are four brother! and two sisters ia PotaadL Fu- neral MTVicef will be conduct ed from Parkview United Church ir Vauxhall on Thurs- day, April 23, it 2 p.m. with Rev. Gordon Wikon officiating iDterment will follow in the Vauxhall Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the char ity of your choice. Humphries Funeral Home Taber, are DEATHS RED CRANE Passed away Tueaday April 21, John fled Crane, aged 75 years, of art Macfeod. Funeral ar- will be amtamtppd when compMed by Eden's Fu- neral Home Ltd., Fort Ma- leod. charge of arrangements. C76M way in bethbridge Moxiay, April Hth, at the age. n yean, beloved hutfaand Mn. Ana Marie Steel ti Ea- chant Funeral services win MAV Passed away at Taber on Tuesday, April 21 fit, Walter Jama, Taber at the my of 55 years, below uibaad of Mrs. Norma May of Funeral services will be conrkicted from the Knot Unit ed Church, Taber on Friday April 24 at 5 p.m. with Rev Kenneth Horns officiating. In- erment will follow in the Taber Memorial Gardens. Hirm- Fimeral Home Taber ire in charge of arrangements ..C7SB DEATH Michael Enchant, held at the Free _. eal Church in Enchant Thursday, April 2} at 1 p.m. with Rev. E. B. Anderson Interment win Wtow the Mountain View Cemetery a Lethhridge. suy meet the family and pay theif reepectf from 12 noon prior to the serrice at the chorea. Salmon' Funeral Hone Ltd., Directors of Ftmer- al Service. CJW7 POWER RAK1HG. FREE ESTIMATE, satisfaction _ guaranteed. Phone LAWNS POWER RAKED AND' OEAD removed. K. Ot.ni. Phone SI- ROTOTILLIKS WITH log. JS FT. ROSTER BLUE SPRUCE FOR Imnwlirt rtmov.1. Phont TREES EVERGREENS ANB COL LARGE DEPARTMENT STORE RE- quires, for perlence In lemelkerv, plus commtawn surance. Apply Bex f.. replta confUenlM. C74B-D tfittm H Instituting new >tr- with GARDEN ROTOTILLING AND ODD lobe. Phone Frank rtan.1 cMMnci, .nd eo LAROE DEPARTMENT SJORER1- quire lor fyrnmirt SU Applied jjr-jM -rn. pM-tence m reUtl furnltur.. THs pc- Sttan offer, .toy.. plM commission Kid oroup Tmur.nc.. Her.id. rspiisi C7154I1 Counselling ttKhing cxftr- h wovM WANTED for pKts Phone Prte'i Rotohlllns. Phone LAND MANAGEMENT BRANCH Department of Agriculture Water Resources Division SEALED TENDERS will be received by the urriersisned on or before for the foHo.ing property: That portion ol the S.E. W9-UJ, ly- ing north .nd e.st ol the Right cont.ining 1 Jfi.n acres TERMS: M% cKh down piyrnen to in nine m equ.1 IratillmenH with interest 55i per All envelopes.'to be clearly The hftnetf or offer not neces- sarily Kcepted. Unsuccessful Tender- eri will be refunded. Further WorrMliol mn be obl.ln- .t Ine office of the lrrb.1ton Land Miiuger, Adir.inhtr.1lon Building, Leth- brktJeV Albert., or Pdl.rd.Pro- SriSrne Officer, Ajricurfure OfHce, Administration Building, T.ber, Albert.. lrrio.tion Una: Building, in the family plot in Archmbunt Memorial Gardens. Those who wish, may in Beu, of flowers donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trusi Building, or.to'tbe charity of their choice. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 SrrJ.Ave. S. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service DERBYSHIRE Rutl former resident o Coleman and beloved wife o the Ute John Derbyshire, pass ed away in St.'Vincent's.Hot Pincber Creek on Tues- day, April 21, 1970, at age years. At the time of her death, she was a resident of Crestview Lodge, Pincber; Creek, wher she had been for the past year She was bom in TyWesley, Lancashire, England on Octo- ber 27, 1W2. She came to Can- ada in 1907 to Lundbreck' and in 19M moved to Coleman, she resided for many years.-She was a part chief of the Pythian Sisters Progressive Temple No. 3, Coteman and a member of the Old Age Pen- sioners Association NIEME YER K a t h e'r i ne JuHa of Coleman, be- loved wife of the late Harry Niemeyer, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on at age 57 years. She was born in Twin Butte, Alberta, Jury -29, 191Z and moved to Coleman in ISM, and with the exception of a short stay in Pincher Creek, she has been a resident of Cote- man. She was predeceased by her husband Harry in Coleman cent Salarieii will r.ng. _tj to w o) Duties urt Mti, o umimtflCT LAWN AERATIHS-' CENTS PER 10, yi ptiene John, BUWt Interprovlncicl Transport Company Head Office) Cranbrook, B.C. Require) the) an EXPERIENCED ACCOUNTANT lomt accounting r> Bulrvd. hi processing FiHI Mncfili, Ml- apetn. APPLY 10, Mr. R. Grange, Chief Accountant P.O. Box 46? Cranbrook, B.C. CHW-n Applitation. be fer- wortUd to Or. 0. P. Larson, Superintendent o f Schools, 433 lilh" Street South, 'Lethbridge, Alberta. LAWNS PUT IN, ODD JOSS rototilling. cwdenlng by IHTH STARF1GHTER LOST BONN (Reuters) West Ger- many tost its 119th Starfignter Tuesday light ia an emergeucy landing forced by bad weather. A defence ministry spokesman said the plane ran out of fuel and had to land with a strong tailwind, overshooting the run- way and breaking through 6000 TOf WIL rotted menur.. nino "--..SS FOR COMPLETE IrxtK.ping Phone-------- ind tre. mi-x Croc Joins Flock LUSAKA, Zambia (AP) An unexpected partkapant in a Ecaa baptism in a river 290 rrafes north ol hare was a 12- foot crocodile. It bK one of the in the leg. Daviuon emergency barrier pilot was uninjured. The iiuauwuju iioiij _ 19K, a daughter Margaret ax in 1942 in Coleman, hef ather Fred Bnins of Pincher Creek in 1958 and .a sister Dorothy Anderson in Pincher Creek in 19S7. Survivors .in- clude three daughters, Mrs: L. Dorothy) Poriz of Blairtnore, Mrs. A. (Evelyn) TruiU of Bel- evue and Darlene at home; five Henry! Bill' and Garry of Ofe, Bob of Edmop- oo, llonald. of Coleman; one sister.. Mre. J. (Clara) Jeremy of Pictrdville; .Alberta; two brothers, Harold of Pincher FUNERALS .ALLEN mass for CUirt Gertrude WeBry Allen, native daughter of '.Glasgow, who moved to Sas- katchewan in MM and to Al- berta in 1909 to teach school until her retirement IMOs and.wh? died m thi Tuesday, April 14, int, v was said al 'a.m: Saturday m the Assumption-Roman 'Catho- lic Church with Rev. R: De- BiUy the cdebranC PaSbear- ers were Kenneth and Edward Newton, Powell Foggni, Arrid Larson, Ernie Datton, and Al- bert Robinson. Interment was in tia Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Creek, William of Yakima, Creek. She was predeceased by her tiusband John' William, ia February. 1946.and a son Jack, December both in Cole man. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. M. D. (Han- nah) Smith of Victoria, B.C and Mrs. F. H. (Nora) McKay of Blairrnore; three grand daughters and 11 great-grand children. Funeral services wil be conducted from St. Uikc' Anglican Church, Blairmore a p.m. Friday, April 24, with Rev. d: officiating..In- terment to follow in the family plot, Coleman Union Cemeterr In Beu of flowers, persons wisl ing may'-donate to the charity of theif choice. Fantin Chapels t Society, care of L. S. Richards, Wash, and eight grandchildren. Requiem Mass will be held in the Holy Ghost Catholic Church, Coleman, Friday, April 24 at a.m., with Rev. Jim Hagel officiating. Inter- ment to follow in the family plot, Coleman Catholic Ceme- tery. No flowrs by request Donations will be gratefully ac- cepted by the Canadian Cancer Ltd is in charge. Blairrnore. Fantin C7M61 Ltd., is in charge. Chape 1 s HALE Funeral Service (or Mrs. Rachel beloved wife of the lafe Mr. Tom Hale and native daughter of Scotland who died suddenly, at the. residence Friday, April 17, 1970, at the age of 88 was' held at p.m. Monday in the'. Me- morial Chapel, T03- 13th St N., with Rev. L. Brian Jones of- ficiating. Active pallbearers were Robert Hunter, Thomas Wheeler, Charles dower, James Bussard, Donald Brech- in and Steve Gillies. Honorary were Albert Hack- ett, William Rea, Leslie H. G. Stretion, Richard Hewer and Cemetery. Martin Bros.. Ltd., James Bain. Interment in the Mountain View Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OTOTILLING, LAWN Imdsoplng, spring Pl for trft TEACHERS IN A DIPLOMA NURSING PROGRAM (2 Apptlonti ihouU pouoae it lent Kthefor-i Innuninj, but.prv- irattan tne level will be glwn preferenti.1 comiotrition. 6AP.DEN ___laiiinj nuf )fl PrOmCT MrVKV M.IKI. m-r for fe.chlng plus com- THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY FIRE PREVENTION OFFICER MONTH The tuccKtfol appMcant will be laml. Her with Intoecllng, restoring, report- log aiyj responding to preventive fire equipment and ITre occurrences. Con- siderable knovcledge of the (Ire code requirements .nd Ihe abilily to Impart fire stfely consciousness is essential. Please reply In writing giving com- perAnal resume to: apyasa was being immersed rlonday when the reptite got im. Two hundred other candi- ates ran to help and wrested am from the jaws of the croco- dile. Kapyasa wai not given medical treatment as ttw sect aea not believe n doctors. N POWER RAKE lohn Forrest Color Centre POWER RAKINO, s BHm mi PERSONNEL OfFICE, THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY CALGARY, 44, ALBERTA rrepwmm rw petence In professional nunmg end the .Wllty foghre good nursing h required. Twchers wttti spectol prep- M Medfc.l-Surglc.1 nursing nursing In Matem.1 en) Child Cere or Psychiatric nursing M invited t apply. INSTRUCTOR SCHOOL Of AGRICULTURE Education: Master of Science la Agriculture or eouivetorit, speclelillng In either Soil or Science with training hi the Experience: Teaching or relaFed Is desirable, Duties: To fnstruct courses Li Soil irA Plint Science In dlp'oma course in Agri- culture end Technology. INSTRUCTOR SCHOOL OF LIBERAL EDUCATION Education: master's degree special ROTOTILLINS 1C PER SO. F EstirMte your ewn cost. MKM 1053. COTONEASTER HEDGING f 0 7Sc Ptxm. ______nt Michlne ground m.nure. ,nd gardens. It I6.J big, eich. Free .1 J Greertxwe. Ptione LACOMBE NURSERIES trees, shrubs, KKtsc.pIng. represen'.tws Nelson, Ptwne OT-wa T. Follinglo phone LAWNS POWER RAKED GARDENS ROTOTILLED. PHONE MALE-FEMAU HH? WANTED STUDENTS! SUMMER EMPLOYMENT Average lo 1650 monthly. Fu'-l Univers'ly cr h'gh school Wnlmum age 15 years. Taxing Fullei customer crdfrs. be rellafe neat end willing to work. Phone fft 1141. 10-! Iirr a ocgrrc w cquivaicrip) ayvtioi- g In Social Scientw IPiyOw'ogy, r-'oTY, Social Provtn iMcMng for tM above poiitioni n un- with flualii leaf ions arvrf ex should (or ard "Applies lion fw form PARSONS HARDWARE Shoppers' World Phone 327-7046 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES, CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC, Welfare 'Dehumanizes' OTTAWA welfare system in Canada can have a dehumanizing effect and should be changed, Rev. W. L. Young of Hamilton told the Senate pov- erty committee here. Mr. Young, past chairman of the board of evangelism and so- cial action of the Presbyterian Rebel Singer Hits Pollution? SPRING SALE TIV.E AT THE LETHBRIDGE FARWERi .MARKET 111 7Th St. S. -BulX garden -Ceriifled plants anrf bushes f'owec seeds perennials Avillab'i now prices. Jcb Rtwarth Service offtri "OPPORTUNITY PROSPECTUS" ItX Area. Excellent artd Ix-T.afiixi1 for IMIvW-jaH and Fcf