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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTIIBRIDGE HERALD Monday, August 10, 1970 53 MALI: HELP WANTED YOUNG WAN TO LEARN THE DRY cleaning I rock1. MmitMim age 20 least grade len oOuaition. St< work. No "students pli-asc. Apply Gen- eral M.in.iger Sparkle Cleaners and 1818 3rd Avenue South be- tween 9 a.m. and 1! fl.m. C9J7I-11 EATON'S REQUIRES Full Time SHOE SALESMAN Full Company Benefits Apply Personnel Office 2nd Floor Week Days 9 a.m. 12 noon 2-5 p.m. XEROX Of Canada limited SALES OPPORTUNITY SOUTHERN ALBERTA Aj o Sales Representative for Xerox, you will be associated with one of the world's most successful morketing or- (iinnizalions. Our growth in the CojJlei Duolicator Industry has enabled us t exoand to other fields in Graphic Communications. To meet this chal- lenge we require innovative marketing trainee applicants. If you are a recent Universi Graduate, looking for a challengi career in Marketing, Business Ad.Tii istration, or Sales Management, pre- ferably with sales experience, we_ will provide 'basic and advanced training with future gro'.vlh opportunities. We also offer above average remun- eration, including a full employee ben- efit program and profit-sharing plans, Please address written replies to; OF CANADA LTD. NO 8.1-i 700 6th Avenue S. W. Calgary 1, Alberla Attenfion F. T. Godwin Area Sales Manager 70 GARDENING TREE SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY Ltd. Pliono 328-1J93. 2630 12lh Ave. S. C903B-tf FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GE6N CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-209'i. 5739-tl 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS, PAN READY. 38c PER LB. on dozen lots. Free delivery. Hellmuth Dyck, Conldale. Phone 3J5-322J. C952.1-lf Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, Li Memoricims 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES BLACK, TOY FRENCH POODIJ puppy. Female. Phone 327-9728. FOUR PUREBRED SIAMESE K lens, house trained, SIS each, Phon TWO MALE MINIATURE ULACK Poodles for sale. Four monlhs old Phone 223-2298, Taber, afler 5 5J11-1 REGISTERED GERMAN SHORTHAIR Pointer pups. Top U.S.-Conadian hunt ing strain. Calgary, 255-5205. 52- 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED REAL ESTATE SALES PERSON wanted immediately. Good incentive program. Excellent working conditions. Modern office. Apply in person. For! Whoop-Up Real Estate Agencies, 1117 3rd Ave. S. C95Q7-tf SAMOYED PUPPIES FOR SALE 5orn July 20, father Canadian champ mother American registered, HI being registered CKC, AKC, tw. nales, four females. C. B. Bealy, '51 6th Ave. South, Lethbridge phom 328-6710. 5369-12 PUREBRED FEMALE BRIT tany Spaniels. Out of Little Belle 582177, Highland Pocket Rocket 697268. Combination of good Canadian anc American field breeding. each. 809 llth Ave. S. Phone 328-456-1. 5210-10 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS CHINCHILLAS AND EQUIPMENT. Musi sell. Phone 328-1372. Sffi" 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE ESTABLISHED TELE- visiun service business. City. Write CONFECTIONARY GOOD LOCA- Liying quarters. Coffee counter, price sale. Phone 223-3520. HEALTH REASONS FORCE SALE OF julk vending i etc.l, located i.C. Full time ou! as part-tii Herald. operation or will sell SPARE-TIME INCOME DEATHS Passed away in Calgary on Sunday, August 9, 1970, Mr. John Edwards, aged 72 years, of Calgary. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service. Drcxel, passed away in the city on Sunday, August 9, 1970, at the age of 76 years, beloved brother of Lee Selman of Raymond. Funeral arrangements oounced when will be an- c o m p 1 e te d. Christensen Salmon Funeral lome Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service. C9554 PAVKA John, passed way in Taber on Saturday, August 9, 1970, at the age of 69 years, beloved husband of Mrs'. Katherine Pavka of Cran- ord. Mr. Pavka was born in Czechoslovakia on August 27, 900. He came to Canada in 926 and resided in Raymond, ater moving to Cranford in 929 where he has been farm- ng. Mr. Pavka is survived by lis wife, Katherine, one daugh- er, Mrs. Frank (Mary) Kubik, ron Springs; two sons, Miles nd John Jr., both of Cran- ord; four grandchildren, and ne brother, George in Czech- slovakia. Requiem Mass will e said on Tuesday, August 11, 62 EDUCATIONAL TYPE high quality com open ated 'dispensers in your area. No sell ing. To qualify you must have car, re ferences, S600 to cash, Seven t twelve hours weekly can net excellen monthly income. More Full time. Fo personal interview write CANAPE Nfs DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, 16 Bay St., Suite 205, Toronto 1, Ontario Include phone number. at. a.m. in si. fs rick's Church, with Fathe Burke Hoschka, celebran Prayer services will be he Monday, August 10. 1970 (I night) at 8 p.m. in St. Augus ine's Catholic Church Tabe Alberta. Interment will be i Mount Calvary Cenetcry. In lie of flowers, donations may b made to the Cancer Society 409 Canada Trust Bldg. Chru tensen Salmon Funeral Horn Ltd., Directors of Funeral Se vice. C955 FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME Canada's leading school. National Co lege, 42-! 6th Ave. S.E., Calgary, A ta Phone BUSINESS NO and operated school system (rains' ates than all other private schools com bined in tha following vocation. COMPUTER PROGRAMMING COMPUTER OPERATING KEYPUNCH INCLUDING ISM, UNIVAC (PUNCH MOHAWK ENCODERS (TAPES) DRAFTING ARCHIT., MECHAN., GENERAL FOOD PRO UCTS, NESTLES, PLANTERS AN NATIONAL ADVERTISED SNACK Requires eight to ten hours per wee Earn 3600 to 5BOO and up monthly i come. Investment secured b inventory. Give your phone numbe and writa Box 148, Herald. Passed away i ,-he city on Saturday, August f 1570, following a lengthy il ness, James, aged 75 years, o 1417A 9th Ave. S., beloved hus band of the late Mrs. Alic Connor. Born in Devils Lake North Dakota in 1895, the lat Mr. Connor came to Alberla i 1912 and has resided here eve since. Survivors include o n son, Lyle Connor of Banff; fiv daughters, Mrs. G. (Lola) Kite ley of North Surrey, B.C., Mrs M. (Cleo! Mage! and Mrs. A (Delia) McMillan both of Cal gary, Mrs. G. (Doreen) Carnej of Edmonton and Mrs. P (Joyce) Kotchonoski of Banff twelve grandchildren and one great-granddaughter; two sis :ers, Mrs. R. (Cecil) Easter brook and Mrs. G. (Lillie) Cle-iand, both of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held in Lethbridge on Tuesday at a.m. in the Memorial Chapel 703 13th St. N., with Rev. L 3rian Jones officiating. Mi-Connor will be forwarded- to Calgary where a funeral service will be held on Tuesday at p.m. in Mclnnis anc Hollo way Chapel. Interment will follow in Calgary. Martin Bros. Ltd., in charge of Funeral Arrangements. C9558 fall classes. For. full information write. McKAY TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 10012 107th ST. EDMONTON AN OPPORTUNITY! Imagine owning your own hotel! AH brick in construction. Very, ver "jell maintained and showing extreme y high returns. Located in thrivin and sports-minded town in souther Alberta. Owner must sell irSmediatel flue health reasons will ccnsidc all reasonable offers on full price ant terms. Will accept Lethbridge res dential property in trade. Don'l pas up this opportunity if you wish I operate your own business. Delal available to qualified buyers. Call ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES 328-8184 63 MUSIC PIANO AND THEORY 725 18th St. S., 328-3208. 536B- PIANO LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS. Inquire 328-5083. PRIVATE TUITION ON GUITAR, Fred Kane. Phone 327-8897. PIANO STUDENTS WANTED. LE5-30F15 starting in (he Fall. Phone 345-3153. PIANO AND GUITAR Popular and classical instruction. S 0 per month. Conveniently located at 6th Ave. and 14th St. S. Fall term starts Aug. 18th. Register now. Phone Mr. Symons Bt 328-7523. 65 LOST AND LOANS LOST FEMALE, FOUR MONTH old Siamese in vicinity of Seer, c Drive A and W and Travelodge. Reward. Phone Haien, 327-2104. 5327-12 LOST ROUND, BLACK-FRAMED PRESCRIPTION SUNGLASSES AND RECTANGULAR TORTOISE SHELL GLASSES IN RED LEATHER CASE. REWARD OFFERED. PHONE 327-5915. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties, -arms and ranches. City or Town. owesf interest rates available. First nd second mortgaaes. 66 A.I.D. CENTRE FOR ADVICE, Information and Direction. Phone 327-7323. AND DECORATING. FREE estimates. Phone 328-1E54. STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. STYROFOAM WEDDING CAKES. S35 and up. Free delivery. Phone 758-3-157, Magrath. NOTICES ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-804? or 328-3246, alter SCREEN AND STORM W NDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 323-5745. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of HERMAN PAUL CHNEIDER, late ot the Town of Raymond, in the Province of Alberta, armer, who died on the 28th day F April, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE Hint all persons hav-ng claims upon the estate of the bove named must file with the under-gned Solicitors hv the 14th day of eptember, A.D. 1970, a full staTement f their claims and of securities held y them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 201 Canada Trus! BuMdir.g Lothbridcic, Alberta Solicitors for tno Executor. A29 DRIVES AND WALKS. RE-modelling, and rumpus rooms. Phono 345-4484, FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF PO BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd Jobs. Phone 327-6834. BUILDING, CEMENT A'ork and stuccoing. Anderson and aorenson Construclion, 1020 7th Ave. 3. Phone 327-fiS82. 67 SERVICES AND SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dat-ers, etc. Same-day Service. 1231 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5IM RAVEN 1329 9th ST. N. f fchen cupboarns, rumpus rooms, re-nodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. RENT A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. S6.00 for Iwo weeks, 510 per month Free delivery and pickup. Phone TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations. Phons J. and Custom Works, 345-4630, 328-3870. Icge Mail. P V TO TENDERERS KAINAI INDUSTRIES LTD. STANDOFF, ALBERTA EALED TENDERS for construction a Paved Access Road and Parkinti reas for Kainai Industries Ltd. will MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. SER-viccs on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Al-so all small appliances, lawn mowers, rons, vacuum etc. No fobs too lerao or loo small. LETHBRIDGE 1 APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S. Phone enclor Call for Subtredes on the Cily f Lolhbridge Sewage DEATHS KIHJJV Franklin, passed away in the city on Thursday, August 6, 1970, a the ge of G year s, belovet husband of Mi's Hazel Kirby of 517 llth St. N Born February 26. 1909, in North Dakota, Mr. Kirb; moved with his parents to Ma graMi in 1910. As a young boy he moved to Milk River where his parents operated the Com mercial Hotel and Restaurant. In the fall of 1939. he joined the Twentieth Battery, serving until the end of the war in 1945. Mr. Kirby was very ac- tive in sports, especially base- ball in his younger years. He worked in Claresholm for years. He also worked in the Taber Hospital, Java Shop, Fort Macleod, as well as many oil and construction camps. He married the former Mrs. Hazel Murray. He was predeceased by his parents, Mr. and Mr's. Ton) Kirby, while he was serv- ing overseas, and one brother. William, in 1951. Mr. Kirby is survived by his wife, Hazel; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Isa- belle Livingston. Coutts, Alber- la, and Mrs. Elsie Stotz, Fort Macleod, Alberta; two step- sons, Mr. Frank Murray, Sylvan Lake, Alberta; and Mr. Charles Murray, Leslieville, Alberta; twenty-one grandchil- dren and twenty great-grand- children; one aunt, Mrs. Mar- tha Dykeman, Tacoma, Wash- ington and also several cous- ins. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Tuesday, August 11, 1979, at 2 p.m., with Rev. J. D. Elhard officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmor Funeral Home Ltd., Director of Funeral Service. C95K RICE Gary Winston, pass ed away suddenly at Elko, B.C on Saturday, August 8, 1970 at the age of 29 years, be loved husband of Mrs. Maralyn Rice of Elko. He was employ ed with Crowsnest Industries a the time of his passing. Survi vprs, besides his loving wife Maralyn, include two sons Kenneth and Ronald; his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Malmberg of Coaldale; two sisters, Mrs. Dan (Arlene Gruninger of Spring Coulee and Mavis of Coaldale and one brother, Dale Bice of Spring Coulee. Funeral services wil be held in the Alberta Stake Chapel, Cardston, Alberta, on Wednesday, August 12, 1970 at p.m., with Bishop Keith Bevans officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sendee. CARD OF THANKS GIESBKECHT I would like to thank B E Hardware lor the beautiful colored TV and the wonderful service they have given me. Giesbrecht. 5529 Hitler Aide Shot 70 GARDENING NEW LAWNS PUT IN, ROTOTIIUNG and odd jobs. Phone 327-51.13. 5324-3S TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DOME Phone 327-2-133 or 327-7393. 2968-tf RENT Garden tractors hedqo trimmer fertilizer lawn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD., 816 2rd Ave. S., Phone MMS.'.G. STEVE'S GENERAL TRUCKING ixed or unmixed top sell, rnanu Con Poole Construction Limited Construction Manager to THE UNIVERSITY OF IETHBRIDGE' NOTICE TO TENOERtS. tractors tendering Electrical, lical and Architectural Trade- We- or 317-OS62. FOR NEW IAWNS SODS OR SEEDING Call Recdyk Landscaoira Free estimates. PARSON'S HARDWARE GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTO TIL I. F'RS. PO'AT.R R A K F. S CHAIN S.-i'.V, ETC., ETC. New University of Lelhbritfqc I Campus are advised .that Addenda No. 3 has U-en issuud and may be viewed at the Builders Exchanoes in Vancou- ver, Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridne, nipen, Toronto and Montreal. The Ad- denda may also he viewed by arrange- ment at Ihe offices of Poole Construe- tion Limited in Edmonton, Calvary and l-ethbridfje. Tenderer, are further advised that Ad- denda Me. I will he is.-uef! before ten- 'kr a-irt writ he nvailah'e a- .1 it r lllc 01 the l.onsultmn Engineers upon a de- posit of S25.CD in cheque, made pay- ahle to the Engineers. Tenders must be accompanied by a certified chenue or hid bond in the amount of of total Tendered Pnce oayabic to Kainei Industries Ltd. i amount equal io fifty cent of the contract sum The Owner re-.erves trie rirjh! to waive informalities in, or reject any or alt tenders, or to accept Ihe fender deemed most favorable in the interest of the Owner E. FOX P 0. fio' S. I-E fHBRIDGE, _ LONDON (Reuters) A Brit- ish Sunday newspaper says Martin Borinann. Hitler's dep- uty and for 24 years a wanted Nazi war criminal, was shot and kilted by a British intellig- ence agent in The Mass-circulation News of the World began serializing an account by Ronald Gray, 47. a former agent, claiming he shot Bormann and dumped the body; in a fiord. j Borman has been sought byi allied agents since the end of the Second World War. He was j generally believed to be in hid- j ing in South America under an assumed name. "We dcn't comment on news- paper articles." said the def- ence ministry and the foreign office. Gray said he was offered 50.000 kroner alien to smuggle Bormnnn out of Ger- many info Denmark in the spring of IMG. He claimed he nicked up Bor- mann m the North German i (own of Flonsburg. Bormann had friends in an underground Nazi organization waiting to meel him in Denmark. But Horman never reached Hcnmark. said Gray, now ;f husinc.s.s coiiMiltani in London. He claimed he killed Ihe N'azi; with a burst of sub-machine-gun fire. I EATON'S Aluminum Car Topper Boat Only Ord. 210.00 We've only three of t'hese dandy aluminum car topper boats priced 'way low to bring you excellent savings. So easy to handle weighs only 95 Ibs. and has a load capacity of 545 Ibs. Features foam flotation chambers built into 3 aluminum seats for extra buoyancy and safety. D.O.T. rated h.p. IT 6" (A OO fisherman's delight. SALE, each i 11.00 Monthly, No Down Payment On Your Eaton Budget Charge Account. Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Save 60c to 8.34 Fishing Regular 1.19 to 24.98. We're clearing out a group of fishing tackles reduced to one-third to one-ha If off the regular prices. Included are fishing rods, reels, tackle boxes, lines, nets, utility boxes and other fishing needs. SALE, each laiiiny i uus, r lOCKie Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Save 2.69 to 8.32 Air Matresses Regular 7.98 to 24.95. Exciting value in air mattresses, all priced to clear quickly. Single and double sizes tn limited Just what you want efu! for in the home t 52M6 quantities so be prompt. Jusf what you want for camping weekends ahead. So useful for in the home use K-29 1CS63 each W fo Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Save 1.99 to 33.00 Save 3.39 Family Cook Set Regular 9.98. Here's a mosf practical 2T-piece family cook set designed to serve 6 persons. Heavy gauge aluminum cookware with durable plastic plates cmd cups Just what you want for use within the home or on ft CO those camping or picnic trips. SALE, set W Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Save 3.69 to 6.01 Tennis Rackets Regular 10.98 to 17.98. If you are a tennis "buff" then here's your opportunity to obtain a new tennis racket at a handsome saving. An excellent assortment of racket! for the beginner or advanced player. Truline and Penguin rackets made in Holland. Reduced Ml 90 ,M .J 07 One-Third Off the regular 1 Sporting Goods, tower Floor prices. SALE, each Clearance of Golf Equipment Regular 3.98 to 99.00. An end-of-season clearance of golf equipment including golf club sels, putters, um- brellas, golf bags, golf gloves. Of course they are in limited quantities so you had belter be prompt, if you wish to share in the savings. O fl Reduced one-third to one-half off the regular prices. .7 7 Ak ,UU SALE, each or set Sporting Goods, Lower Floor Eaton's Sale of Home nishings Recheck Your Eaton Sale Flier Sale Continues Through Saturday, August 15th Exciting, money-saving buys to make your home more beautiful, more comfort- able, a more convenient place to live and all at the lowest possible prices during this exciting sale. Shop Eaton's now for these exceptional home furunishing "buys" use your Eaton Budget Charge Account to pay-as-you-enjoy-with No Down Payment. Buy Line 328-8811. Shop Eaton's Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. ;