Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
is HELP WANTED Sales person tor Uhlna Department. Permanent position. Hoyt s Downtown", 327-576?."" " Ce04-12 Carpenter or apprentice required. Phone 328-3eii1 or 328-4984. C805-9 Housekeeping staff for St. Michael's Hospital. Apply In person. 8830-6 65 HELP WANTED x-ray technician for clinic In PIncher Creek. Please write stating qualifications and salary expected to Box 1327, PIncher Creek. 8762-8 Required Immediately Experienced ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK Starting August 19th PERSON FOR GENERAL OFFICE WORK Typing, etc., a prerequisite COMPANY BENEFI"fs AVAILABLE Apply to; Personnel Manager .PREBUILT INDUSTRIES LTD. 619 4th Ave. N. Lethbridge, Alberta C777-7 COOK REQUIRED AT SENIOR CITIZEN HOME IN CLARESHOLM - PORCUPINE HILLS LODGE. PHONE 235-3988. 8704-7 Earn extra money by showing Canada's finest line of Christmas , cards, wraps, novelties, etc. Over 350 Items. For free coloured catalogue and prompt service, Jeandron Greeting Card Co. Ltd., 1253 King St. E., Hamilton, Ont. 8761-31A Truck drivers and- warehouseman/woman required immediately. Going wages offered for right applicants. Apply in person to - Manager, Revelstoke Companies Ltd., 1602 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5777. . C700-8 Laborers wanted for out of town construction work. Apply Suite No. 1, 1802 23rd St. N., between 6-8 p.nn. 8869-tf Part - time bakery helper wanted. Apply Marquis Bakery. C747-tf Mature person for general duties in "Nursing Home. Apply in person only, Edith Cavell Nursing Home, 1255 5th Ave. S.__C719-8 66 OFFICE. CLERICAL REpEPTIONIST-STENO Must be a good typist. Experience with switchboard and electric typewriter preferred. Position is permanent. Available now. Apply In person Ellison's Head Office Lethbridge. C9445-tf Napi Friendship Centre requires secretary with following qualifications ,- Senior high school matriculation or diploma, good typing speed and accuracy, previous experience desirable, ability to meet the public, previous filing experience required. Salary negotiable. Date of appiontment - August 26, 1974. Interested applicants send resume to Mr, John Fletcher, care of Napl Friendship Centre, Box 657, PIncher Creek, Alberta. Phone 627-4224. Application deadline - August 16, 1974. 8621-6 LETHBRIDGE MANUFACTURING FIRM requires the services of a clerk-typist. Duties fo consist of telephone answering, invoicing, pricing, typing, duplicating and other related duties. Reply stating age, experience, marital status, salary expected, availability and; times for Interview-to Box 68, Herald. Five day week, ZlVz hours, good company benefits. Ail replies will be treated with confidence. C772-8 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL Part time restaurant help needed for 5-9 p.m. shift. Apply in person, Mr. G. Royer, Park Plaza Motor Hotel. C481-7 Waitresses and waiters required ai Golden Bridge Restaurant. Apply in person to Henry Yee. Phone 328-2525. C2712-f Lounge personnel required. Applicants must be pleasant, and courteous. Work Involves both day and evening shift. Apply in person, Mr. G. Hoveling, after 5 p.m.. Park Plaza Motor Hotel; C482-7 Experienced waitresses/waiters required. Minimum age 18. Apply in person to 622 13th St. N. C676-tf Cleaning personnel required for lobby duties. Full time. Contact Hazel, El Rancho Hotel. C721-8 New coffee shop and dining room in Hotel at Lake Louise requires waitresses/waiters, dishwashers, cooks and room cleaning personnel. Full time positions available commencing August 15. Applications should be forwarded to the Manager, P.O. Box 69, Lake Louise, Alberta. 8656-12 CAR HOSTESSES/HOSTS Full day shift - Monday through Friday Part-time-day, night, weekend shifts COOKS Part-time shifts-mostly weekends. Apply In person to: LARRY TUCKER MANAGER A & W Drive-in 1607 MAYOR MAGRATH DR. PHONE 327-8255 C720-8 68 DOMESTIC Will babysit Ih my home. Phone 327-7175._�_8657-7 Babysitter to come in Monday through Friday. Phone 328-6371, after 5 p.m. 8965-8 Babysitter wanted, starting August 14, 4 p.m. to 12 midnight. Lakeview area. Phone 327-3361. 8966-tf Babysitter wanted to come in, Value Village area. One child. Phone 328-7288. 8836-9 Someone to look after grade one student for approx. four hours per day, on all school days In their home. Area of 3rd and 19th St. N. Phone 328-8320, after 5 p.m. � 8837-6 69 FARM Married couple for work In hog barn. House supplied, wages to be negotiated. On school bus route. Wrrte Box 133, Herald. 4593-tl Married couple for year round work on grain and beef farm. House and utilities supplied. Experience necessary. Phone 758-6629, Magrath. 8571-13 Housekeeper required for motherless farm home. Three children to care for. Children welcome. Phone 654-2614 Vauxhall, evenings. Write Box 48, Herald. "_8363-9 Farm mechanic for full or part time work. Must be able to repair and set combines, balers and other farm machinery. Free to travel by plane or .motor vehicle from Texas to Fort St. 'John, B.C. Henry Matteolti Farms Ltd. ,970 Mayor Magrath Drive. Phone '327-7191. 8291-tf 59 FARM Wanted - single or married experienced person^for dryland farm. Year round or just harvest. Modern house available. Phone 739-2203. John Mehaiko, Turin. 8903-7 individual for dairy and general farm work. Phone 328-5497 - R. H. Bouiton, five miles north Canadian Dressed Meats. 8726-tf CAPABLE FARMER REQUIRED FOR DRYLAND FARM. WRITE BOX 86, HERALD. C9178-tf 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL GENERAL DUTY NURSES Required in September lor modern 34 bed active - treatment hospital. Personnel policies and salary In accordance with A.H.A. recommendations. Apply to: The Director of Nursing, Thorhiid County General Hospital, P.O. Box 39, Redwater, Alberta TOA 2W0 Phone 735-3932 C778-8h 71 TEACHERS WANTED HIGH PRAIRIE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 48 Requires the following teachers commencing September 3, 1974: Junior High Math - Slave Lake,' Junior High English - High Prairie Industrial Arts - Kinuso interested applicants should forward applications to: MR. M. 0. KURTZ BOX 870 HIGH PRAIRIE, ALBERTA PHONE 523-3337 8870-6 INOVATIVE EDUCATORS We have teaching positions available In the following areas: Primary-Elementary Junior High-Social Junior High-Math Junior/Senior-Art Please phone 1-785-2388 and/or send application form Including telephone number to: MR. W. J. .GREEN SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS COUNTY OF LAC STE. ANNE NO. 28 BOX 219 SANGUDO, ALBERTA TOE 2A0 C751-3 GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR Applications are Invited to fill the position of Guidance Counsellor for Matthew Halton High School In PIncher Creek Alberta, with duties to commence Augus't 26, 1974 or earliest possible date. Please forward applications setting forth all details including references to: SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS PINCHER CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 29 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA TOK 1W0 PHONE 1-627-3044 C738-17h 72 LICENSED KINDERGARTENS NURSERIES Cuddle Bunny Day Nursery - Children two to six years. Phone 328-2835. C9062-tf Costanzo's Day Care Centre. 1116 3rd Ave. S. 328-5057. Children two and up. C8751-tf 75 MUSIC TEACHERS Lead Vocalist-Male or female. 329-4252 or 328-7069. 8484-10 The Music Studio Instruction m country, rock, classical "guitar and bass guitar. Phone 329-4252 or 328-7069. 8483-9 78 LOST AND FOUND Found on highway near Taber - German Shepherd, male. If not claimed, needs good home. Phone 328-9549 or 328-1544. C683-7 Found - chocolate German shorthair Pointer, female, tattooed. Humane Society, 328-1544 or 328-9549. C722-8 79 PERSONAL 1974 COMMUNITY DIRECTORY and informational source of service clubs, public, non-profit organizations and agencies available for $1.25 at Information Lethbridge, Yates Centre. 329-0636. C807-S2 Do not be lonely. Join the Dating and Marriage Service from the Coast to Alberta. MAIL MATCH CONFIDENTIAL, Box 786, Cranbrook, B.C. 3894-15Au Wanted - transportation to BYU for student's belongings. Will pay. Phone 328-5211. 8935-10 Wish to travel west with person driving, that way, preferably to leave Sat., Aug. 10. Share gas. 329-0264. 8871-6 ALCOHOLICS > ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem, phone 327-8049 or 328-3246. after 7:30 p.m. THE PEN MATE, CLUB An excellent way to find a friend or a mate. BOX 2038, CALGARY, ALBERTA 8178-31AU HOLIDAY VILLAGE MASSAGE (Formerly known as Velvet Touch) Closed from July 31st to Aug. 6th Reopening Aug. 6th at Suite M, Holiday Village 8674-7 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS Southern Stamp and Stencil - Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same - day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-6114. C6924-tl Maytag Sales and Service. Services on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3RD AVE. S. - Phone 327-4456. C7760-tl KIrby Vacuum Sales and Service. 1283 3rd Ave. S. Free home demonstration, phone 328-8962. C7944-tl 84 GARDENING 84 GARDENING TOP SOIL Any quantity. Also fill dirt. Phone 328-7692. 1402-tf WILL PUT IN NEW LAWNS, READY FOR WATERING. PHONE 328-3105. C9661-tl General spring cleanuip and rototllling; also landscaping and rock gardens. Reasonable rates. Phone, 327-3606. 712-tf Ro-Ko Landscaping and Tree Services. New lawns seeded. Dead or unwanted trees removed. Phone 328-7672 or 328-4593. 4364-7A New lawns put In. Odd jobs. Phone 327-6143. 8839-9 JOHN'S rotlllering, new lawns, garden tractor service. Phone 328-6403. � 8054-tf Lawn aerating and garden rototllling, cutting lawns. Mike Bobak phone 327-1777. 1499-t' SALES AND MOVING OF MATURE TREES. SPRUCE TREE FARMS LTD., PHONE 328-5806. C7914-tf McLean's Tree Surgery - Free estimates. Pruning, trimming and felling. Call 328-2094, 327-1323. 7030-tf Lloyd's tree trimming. Now Is the time to trim Birch, Maple and Lilac and shrubs that have flowered. Let us do it for you. Prompt service at reasonable rates. Phone 327-2641. 8573-tf COME AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF NURSERY STOCK. Shade trees Ornamentals � Fruit trees Perennials LACOMBE NURSERIES 5 Ml. EAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON HIGHWAY NO. 3 345-4633 C8137-tf 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Heavy roasting hens - five to six pounds dressed, 484 per pound. Fryers. Also custom processing. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale, 345-3224. C514-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Boarding for dogs and cats. Individual runs and attention. Southalta Kennels, 223-4130.C752-tf OKOONAWA KENNELS (Cats and dogs). Boarding - Training - Puppies. Individual Indoor - outdoor runs. 327-9330. 5120-tf German Shepherd collie cross puppies for sale. $10. Phone 327-0253. 8575-6 On the grounds of ill health selling all purebred registered St. Bernards. Female with pups, and one female and nine pups. Dana Kennel, Stirling; Phone 756-3408. 8904-7 Border Collie pups for sale from good working strain. Males - $15, females - $12. Phone 757-2198, Barons. 8841-6 Bouvier Des Flanders, number two pick of the litter. Male puppies sired by Pascal. 562-2590 Blalrmore, collect. 8705-14 Boarding for all pets. Individual Insulated dog houses with 100 sq. ft runs, in West Lethbridge. Kainai IKennels, 327-9649. 8305-15 iPurebred St. Bernard puppies for Is ale. Phone 534-2362, ;Arrowwood. 8872-9 Good home wanted for white male Poodle, two years old. $50. Good with children. 327-5604, after 5 p.m.. 8842-tf For sale - two year old Great Dane. Brindle female, ears cropped. $50 to good home. Two year old Rhodeslan Rldgeback male. Excellent with kids and make a 'good guard dog. $75. jThree English Pointer Hunting dogs. $100 each. Phone 328-4913. 8800-8 87 FUR REARING ANIMALS Rabbits for sale. Big and small. Phone 328-5382. 133 - 14th Street North. � 8845-6 Taber Magazine and candy shop doing a fantastic business. Can be a great opportunity for a wife. Good location. For further details Call Aivina Everett, Strlngam Property Sales. Phone 328-6161 or 327-2025. C252-tf Service Station on lot, 150x125, located at corner of 9th St. and 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge. Phone 327-5716. 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Full price $95,000. $55,000 cash to mortgage, balance b> 9%. C9518-tf 88 8USINESS OPPORTUNITIES 3,000 sq. ft. downtown commercial space. Phone 328-1520 or 328 5309. 3158-tt Business Wanted - Man and wife proposition with living quarters. Must show good profit. Up to $100,000. Cash deal. No agents. Box 66, Herald. 8846-9 Incorporated building construction company for sale with or without equipment. Very reasonable. Reason health. Phone 329-4377, evenings. 8801-8 MUST SELL - Small prosperous beauty salon In Nanton. Fully stocked, good clientele, good location. $2000. Phone 486-2383; after 6 p.m. 486-2515. 8967-12 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 329-3331 "LIST WITH THE LEADER"-1973 Highest Sales Volume Agency-M.L.S. Member of "ALL POINTS" Relocation Services Shaughnessy General Store, good Income with room for Improvement. Grocery, and butcher store. Elderly owner retiring and will carry sizeable mortgage to suitable buyer. Has attached two bedroom home all modernized and air-conditioned, garage and large lot. Potential could be limitless should local mine reopen. Call Lloyd Farreli at 328-0125 or SCHWARTZ AGENCIES 329-3331. C780-e CONTRACTING BUSINESS A great opportunity to start your own business with 30 years of clientele In Milk River and region. Has been designated by the Lethbridge Regional Development Council as the growth centre. 2-cats 1-gravel trJck 1-4'/2 yard cement mixer 1-corner lot 56x120 1-26x36 Insulated garage Welder, air, gas, tools, etc., etc. 1-six acre gravel lease 1-complete set of house moving equipment Doily wheels, jacks, blocking, etc., etc. FULL PRICE $15,000 . |For further details phone 1-269-6171, Calgary for M. B. Miller. 8706-14i BOX NUMBER REPLIES 13, 24, 31, 42, 46, 52, 64,H0, 126,-137. 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS Tuesday, August 6,1974-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-21 MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS & MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. S.-328-5548 C5216-tf SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. College Mali, phone 328-3331, Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches, city or town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C808-10 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing In small towns - acreages - new and old homes. Call CiTY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South. 328-3251. C7769-tf 90 CONTRACTS HOLMURS BOBCAT SERVICE AND RENTALS Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, landscaping, back filling, driveway, corral cleaning. No job too small or too large. 327-5817. 7352-8AU ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE - NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. C1936-tf FRONT-END LOADER AND TRUCK. DIG DRIVEWAYS; TOP SOIL AND FILL DIRT. 328-7692. 4973-tl Fred Stelner - cement work, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured. Phone 327-8286. 462-tf- -J R AND K CONSTRUCTION Cement contractors. Sidewalks, patios, driveways, floors. Estimates. Days 328-1468, evenings 327-2627 or 327-2983. 4304-tf Garage building, cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete - patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs. Jim - 327-5087, 328-3983. 7799-if Fifteen ft. backhoe and loader - hourly rates or by contract. Phone 328-5806.. U9654'-tf Contractor all repairs, renovations; lay blocks, bricks, fireplaces, stone laying, sidewalks, driveways, cement finishing, stuccoing, in house builder, small jobs accepted. 328-0266, 329-4678. 4099-tf "Qualified Custom Painters - barns, concrete blocks, houses etc. Phone collect, 752-3796, Raymond. 9507-ti CBR BACKHOEING 24 hour call. Phone 833-3739 Burdett and 223-8053, Taber. 851B-27A Complete basement, framing anc drywali estimates. 327-6241, Harold Design Homes. 78io. l4Av PRAIRIE Ditching Company of Lethbridge TRENCHES, HOES, PLOWS FOR GAS, ELECTRIC DRAIN TILE, WATER, SEWER, SPRINKLER, You Name It C383-tf PUBLIC NOTICES 1^ Regional Expansion Economic Economique Expansion Regionale PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION TENDER WATER SUPPLY LINE Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2:00 p.m., local Reglna time, Thursday, August' 22, 1974 for the Town of Maple Creek, Contract 1 - Water Supply Main. The site of the work is located near the Town of Maple Creek, Saskatchewan. The work consists of the supply of all plant, labour, services and materials for the installation of approximately 14,700 feet of 10-Inch asbestos cement water line complete with valves, flttljigs and connections to the existing system. The work is to be completed by May 1, 1975. The plans and specifications may be viewed at the following locations: 1) the offices of the local Builders' Exchanges or Construction Associations in Reglna, Saskatoon, Winnipeg and Calgary. 2) the Town of Maple Creek, Municipal Office. 3) The office of the Consultant: Epec Consulting Ltd. 201, 1818 Scarth Street Reglna, Saskatchewan Plans, specifica|ions, instructions and forms for bidding may be obtained from the undersigned at his office In Reglna, Saskatchewan, upon deposit of twenty-^lve ($25.00) dollars cash or a certified cheque for the amount, payable to the Receiver General for Canada, which deposit will be redeemable upon the return of the plans and specifications in good order within one month after tenders have closed. Tenders will not be considered unless made on the form supplied and in accordance with Instructions supplied with the specifications. Tenders must be accompanied by security in the amount and forpi specified In the Instructions. Bidders are advised to draw the bidding documents from the address listed t^elow so that their names may properly be added to a Bidder's List and ensure receipt of future agenda which may affect the bid. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By Order W. M. Berry Chief Engineer, PFRA 401 Motherwell Building Reglna, Saskatchewan A13 B\nhs, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS COLLAR - Fanny, formerly -Fanny Cole of Bellevue, passed away In the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on Friday, August 2, 1974, at age 79 years. Private funeral services were held in Fantin's Blairmore Chapel on Monday, August 5 with Rev. Doug-Dunn officiating. Cremation followed. In lieu of flowers, donations will be gratefully accepted to the Dr. Aiello Memorial Fund, care of the Crowsnest Pass Hospital, marking your donation "In memory of Fanny Collar." FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., in charge. C8I2 WALLACE - Stewart Alexander, of 28 Harris St. S.W., Medicine Hat, passed away on Sunday, August 4th, 1974, after a series of illnesses. He was born in Medicine Hat and spent his life there except for overseas service during the Second World War. For some years he had been manager of Black Hardware and previously had about 30 years service with T. Eaton Co. He leaves to mourn his passing, his wife Mary; two sons Robert and Murray of Medicine Hat; a daughter, Jeanne of Calgary. He also leaves a sister Reta and brother Allan of Lethbridge, brother William of White Rock, B.C., brother Robert of Willowdale, Ont. Funeral services being arranged by Cook Funeral Home, Medicine Hat. 8978-6 POYNTER - Passed away in Calgary Sunday, August 4th, Ruby Mae Poynter, age 64 years, beloved wife of Thomas Poynter of Pincher Creek. Born in Carleton Place, Ontario, she married Thomas Poynter and resided there until moving to Pincher Creek in 1973. Besides her husband she is survived by one son, Harold of Carleton Place, Ontario; two daughters, Mrs. D. (Beverly) Davies, North Bay, Ontario and Mrs. C. (Faith) Zacharof Pincher Creek; six granddaughters and one great-grandson; one brother and one sister. The funeral service will be held in Eden's Funeral Home, Pincher Creek, Thursday at 2 p.m., Mr. Paul Davis officiating. Interment in Fairvjew Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C813 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS in the Surrogate Court of Southern Alberta, Judicial District of Lethbridge. In the estate of LEO J. McLEAN, late of Lethbridge, Alberta, who died on the 11th day of November, 1973. Take notice that all persons having diaims upon the estate of the above named must file with The Public Trustee by the 4th day of September, 1974, a full statement of Ihelr claims and of securities held by them. C. R. Van Kleek, Deputy Public Trustee, 201 John J. Bowlen BIdg., 620 7th Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alberta T2P 0Y8 A7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS . AND CLAIMANTS IN THE MATTER of the Estate of ELSIE WYLIE McDOUGALL, late of 'the City of Lethbridge; In the Province of Alberta, Married Woman, Deceased, who died on the 15th day of July, A.D. 1974. TAKE NOTICE that ail persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 13th day of September, A.D. 1974, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. IVES AND CARLETON Barristers and Solicitors P.O. Box 728 #204-324 7th Street South LETHBRIDGE, Alberta T1J 3Z6 Solicitors for the Executor A19 � THE NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION INVITATION TO BIDDERS INSULATION OF PIPING AND EQUIPMENT COLESON COVE UNIT NO. 1 COLESON COVE THERMAL GENERATING STATION Contractors are Invited to submit tenders for "Insulation of Piping and Equipment, Coleson Cove Unit No. 1, Coleson Cove Thermal Generating Station, Saint John, N.B." Bids are to be submitted in proper form in triplicate and as described in the Instructions to Bidders. They shall be addressed and mailed or delivered in person to: The Secretary, The New Brunswick Electric Power Commission, 527 King Street, Frederlcton, N.B. To ensure consideration, the bids shall be enclosed In a sealed envelope marked "Proposal for Insulation of Piping and Equipment Coleson Cove Unit 1, Coleson Cove Thermal Generating Station", and must be deposited in the box for receipt of tenderers located in the reception room of the Secreta'cy's' office at the above designated address In time for a public opening of thesfe tenders at 3:00 p.m. local time, on August 26, 1974. Contractors may apply for plans and specifications at the address above noted upon payment of a deposit of $50.00 to the Secretary of the Commission for each set requested. The deposit will be refunded when the plans and specifications are returned. All proposals shall be accompanied by a Bid Bond in accordance with the Regulations In the amount of ten (10) percent of the tender price. The tenderers must furnish satisfactory evidence that he has the ability and experience to perform this work, also, that he has sufficient capital and plant to successfully complete the work in the time named on the contract. The work covered by this contract consists of insulating ail piping and equipment as shown on the Tender Drawings. Tendering shall be in accordance with the Crown Construction Contracts Act and the Regulations adopted thereunder being N.B. Regulation 73-10. The commission reserves the right to reject any or all tenders. J. Stewart Brooks Chairman A10 DEATHS BARRUS - Mr. John Walter Barrus, beloved husband of Mrs. Pauline , Barrus, 1114 - ^ I B^'W passed away in the city on Friday, August 2nd, 1974 at the age of 79 years following a lengthy illness; The funeral service for the late Mr. Barrus will be held Wednesday, August 7th, 1974 at 3:00 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEl^ORIAL CHAPELr'.703 IStirJt. North, with Rey^vL. Frank Lee, officiating. .Interment will follow in the jField of Honor, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C811 TERLESKI - Mr. Bill Terleski of Turin, Alberta, passed away at his residence on Sunday, August 4th, 1974 at the age of 64 years. The late Mr. Terleski was born in the Ukraine and came to Canada to the Turin district in 1927. He was employed as a section man with the C.P.R. for a number of years, and has resided on the farm at Turin until his passing. Predeceased by his father, the late Mi-. William Terleski Sr. in 1959, he is survived by one sister and one brother in the Ukraine and eight cousins, Mr. Mike Terleski, Mr. Alex Terleski, Mr. Bill Terleski, Mr. John Terleski, Mrs. Rose Chumik, Mrs. Helen Gill, and Mrs. Mary Duda, all of Lethbridge, and Mrs. Kay Eloschuk of Calgary. Prayers will be said at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, (tonight) in MARTIN BROS. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 - 13 Street North. Requiem Mass will be celebrated Wednesday, August 7th, 1974 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Vladimirs Ukrainian Catholic Church, 715 - 13th Street North, with Rev. Father L. Syvenkey celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mt. Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C810 IN MEMORIAMS PLOMP - In loving memory of a dear son, brother and uncle, John Lloyd, who passed away August 6, 1966. - No length of time can take away our thoughts of you from day to day. Though absent, you are always near still loved, still missed, still very dear. -Ever remembered by dad, mother, Jan, Clark and family; Bill, Marie and family. 8972 PERICH - In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Nicholas, who passed away August 3, 1973. Though his smile is gone forever, and his hand we cannot touch. Still we have so many memories of the one we loved so much. His memory is our keepsake, with which we will never part, God has him in his keeping, we have him in our hearts. -Always remembered by his sons, grandchildren, and loved ones. 8968 CARDS OF THANKS CHISTE - I wish to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at St. Michael's and Auxiliary Hospitals; all my friends for the lovely cards and flowers at the time of my illness. -Helen Chiste 8909-6 WANNER - We would like to express our deep appreciation and heartful thanks to those who sent flowers, cards, expressions of sympathy, offered masses, and to the many who helped to ease the burden in any way during our recent bereavement, the passing of our wife and mother. Also to the doctors and the staff of the Municipal Hospital and Rev. Father Ken Forester. -George Wanner and Family 8970 CARDS OF THANKS CRANLEY - The family of Walter B. Cranley wishes to express their thanks and appreciation for the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy from neighbors and friends and especially for the help given by the Sisters of St. Martha. -John J. K. Cranley and family -Rev. Robert Cranley 8969 KARP - The family of the late Elise Karp wish to express their sincere appreciation and gratitude to all their friends and relatives for their thoughtful and kind deeds, for floral tributes contributions to the Heart Fund, expressions of sympathy; to those who travelled long-distances and to friends who helped in any way during our recent bereavement. A special thanks to the Matron of Crestview Lodge, the pallbearers, and the ladies who served lunch. -Walter Karp and family Charlotte Russel and family Sharon Karp 8971 Stoney Indians worship STONEY INDIAN RESERVE (CP) - About 1,000 Indian delegates from the United States and Canada are attending an ecumenical conference at the Stoney Indian Reserve 30 miles west ,of Calgary. . The annual gathering is billed as an all-Indian affair and for the most part is closed to non-Indians. Cameras and tape-recording equipment are not allowed as the ground is declared sacred during the week-long conference, which ends Sunday. The conference is for cultural and spiritual rejuvenation, one delegate said. The conference includes religious ceremonies by tribal medicine men and elders. Chief John Snow of the Stoney Reserve is one of the founders of the conference but most of the delegates are from outside Southern Alberta. Most of the Stoneys are ' Christian fundamentalists. '59 TOP OF THE LINE Connoisseurs say 1959 was the best year for sardines. CP Air 'shocked' by route plans VANCOUVER (CP) - CP Air stands to lose $13 million a year in reyenue while Air Canada will gain $26 million annually when all of the new trans-border routes are in operation according to John C. Gilmer, president of CP Air. Mr. Gilmer estimated in a news release Friday that as a result of the Canada-U.S. route allocations announced by the minister of transport, some 1,300 potential jobs will be lost to the Vancouver area while 2,600 new airline-related jobs will be created in Quebec and Ontario. Of 17 new trans-border routes available to Canada under the revised Canada-U.S. air agreement, 14 went to Air Canada, two to regional carriers and only one, , Vancouver-Los Angeles, was awarded to CP Air. Dambuster airman dies TORONTO (CP) - George William Lancey, retired director of export for Maple Leaf Mills Ltd., and one of the famed Dambuster airmen of the Second World War, died Saturday of a heart ailment. He was 53. Mr. Lancey, who was in at least 60 bomber missions during the war, was one of the group of bomber pilots chosen and trained for the spectacular raid in May, 1943 which destroyed the Moehne and Eder dams, flooding miles of German industrial land. The airmen dropped bombs specially designed to skip across the surface of the water and explode inside the dams' concrete protective walls, in a raid historians consider the war's most severe blow to German power. "We are shocked arid disappointed at what we consider to be a most unfair decision," Mr. Gilmer said. While the Vancouver-Los Angeles traffic is expected to yield about $6 million in revenue annually, this is more than offset by the anticipated diversion of $19 million caused by the new U.S. and Canadian routes he said. The entry of U.S. carriers into competition with CP Air on the Vancouver-Honolulu service and on the Orient, market because of a new U.S. service to the Orient through Winnipeg, Edmonton and Anchorage will cause the main diversion. The news release said new Edmonton-Calgary-San Francisco routes will divert $3.3 million a year from CP Air which is presently carrying 70 per cent of the Alberta-San Francisco traffic via Vancouver. Castlegar plane spill claims three CASTLEGAR, B.C. (CP) -Three Edmonton men working on a survey crew and their Castlegar pilot died Thursday when their single-engine aircraft crashed into a rock bluff about 30 miles southeast of Salmo in s'outheastern British Columbia. Pilot Kent Agnew was taking the three men, Lawrence Goulden, 30, Robert Hall, 24, and Anthony Eweson, 31, from Castlegar to Yahk, B.C. The men were doing survey work on the proposed inland natural gas pipeline from Yahk to Rossland, B.C. The plane was found Friday morning by a Canadian Forces Buffalo from Comox. It had been reported overdue late Thursday night. Air conditioners can pollute air TORONTO^ (CP) -Aluminum compounds from corroded air conditioners can pollute the air in air-conditioned rooms, says a study by two University of Toronto scientists. However, they stress that more research is needed to determine if these pollutants are a health hazard. The study was done by Dmytro Buchnea, a chemist at the Banting and Best department of medical research, and his son Alexander, a graduate student in the physics department. In an interview. Professor Buchnea said Friday he does not know of any previous studies indicating that air conditioners are a source of aluminum pollutants. In his tests, he discovered high concentrations of dust from aluminum compounds in air-conditioned offices during the summer. These levels were several times higher than provincial standards for dust concentrations, he added. The same tests done in December, when the air conditioners were not in use, disclosed much less dust. Prof. Buchnea said. The aluminum compounds found in the air samples were also found in corroded aluminum components from the air conditioners in the rooms. During August, Prof. Buchnea plans to measure the size of the aluminum dust particles. Size determines the extent to which such particles could penetrate the lungs, he said.