Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
65 HfLP WANTED HELP WANTED TO BUILD FEEO- lor. Phoni 3Z7-2JM. I434-H FRAMING CARPENTERS PHONE 321-2110. Utt-lf SHEET METAL ME chinlc or third ywr ipprtntlct. Wrlti BOX Herald. C130J-M EXPERIENCED BAKER Apply In ptfson. Colonial Biktry. CISIMf SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT REQUIRED. PHONE M7-04M. C1504-2. EXPERIENCED BUTCHER. PULL or ptrt time. Good working condl good Apply In Currla'i Foods 1516 9 Avt. C1470-I. WANTED BODY SHOP MECHAN OR FIRST OR SECOND YEAR APPRENTICE. APPLY BODY SHOP UNITED LETHBRIDGE. O32t-tf ROD BUSTER CAPABLE OF OPER- benders and associated equip- ment In rebar yard. Wages commensu- rate with ability. Varzarl iron 2808 2nd Ave. N. ClSI-tf TRUCK DRIVER FOR LOCAL up. Some Knowledge of loading and also to work In yard. NATIONAL SALVAGE LTD. C428-H DRIVER SALES PERSON. MUST BE neat appearance and good driving record. Steady employment. Park-Neilson's Dry Cleaners. PART TIME HOUSEKEEPER RE quired. Two to four day Appl Personnel Lethbridge Munici- pal Hospital. Phone 327-4531. Cl483-25 SECURITY GUARDS REQUIRED FOR part time basis. Must be dependable and bondable. Phont 329-64M. 7788-54 WANTED PERSONS OVER 12 TO deliver flyers on permanent basis. Ap- ply 122 8th St. S. Phone 32K-OS22. 8347-24 PERSON REQUIRED FOR ORDER desk for wholesale building supplies company. Five day week. Monday Friday. Apply P.O. Box EXPERIENCED HAIR DRESSER required In Vauxhall or Taber. Apply in person Allan's House of Beauty or phone Vaux- hall. 7786-25S TRUCK DRIVERS With semi-trailer experience. Winch experience desireable. Apply only If you want to work. Phone 327-5734. C1471-28 WANTED DRIVER SALES PER for rural route. Must be minimum clean and have good work habits. Call Joe Parsons Cigas Products 2810 5th Ave. N Cl 434-27 DIESEL MECHANIC To help maintain private fleet of trucks. Knowledge of engines and drive trains required. Phone 327-5734. C1471-28 APPLICATIONS WOW BEING AC cepted for lull time lunch counter wait- Apply in person to KRESpE'S C1467-24 PRODUCTION WORKERS per hour plus shift premium. Excellent fringe shift work involved. Contact Ed Mantler 10 a.m. to 12 a.m.. Western Canadian Seed 28th St. and 2nd Ave. Lelhbridge. Phone 327-5781. C1489-24 MANAGEMENT TRAINEE Immediate opening for alert youthful person Interested In management career. Involves pub- lic contact. business experience preferred. LAURENTIDE FINANCIAL CORPORATION LTD. 311 7th ST. S. Alberta C1517-25 CAREER OPPORTUNITY Mens Wear Manager required In the city of Lethbridge. Applicant must be a minimum of 25 years of ag- enjoy meeting people. Present owner to retire in five years and marwiger will own entire business at that time. This business has been established over 30 years with excel- lent reputations and following. Applicant must send a resume stating qualifications and experience. All re- plies confidential to Box Herald. CU77-24 If you are a minimum of 15 years and would like to earn per working evenings and weekends contact George or Murray Vickers at Downtown Bowladrome 319A 7th St. S. Evenings or Weekends But do it as only a limited number are required. C1480-W THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Invites Applications For BUILDING SERVICE WORKER I SALARY RANGE to 1404 a month BUILDING SERVICE WORKER II SALARY RANGE to per month Duties the caretaklng department p m. to 7 a.m. etc. In various of- washrooms and laboratories STRIPPING etc. To commence September 1973. For applications please Personnel Office The University of Lethbridge 4401 University Drive Alberta T1K 3M4 PHONE 329-2276 'C1515-25 66 CLERICAL RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST Permanent position offering excellent salary. Interesting work and public contact. Some business experience pre- ferred. LAURENTIDE FINANCIAL CORPORATION LTD. 311 7th ST. S. Albtrtt 66 CLERICAL POSITION AVAILABLE FOR LEGAL secretary with Pitman Shorthand. Ex- cellent working conditions. Reply Box Herald. Personal Interview to arranged. clsso-tm TYPIST WITH SHORTHAND FOR LO- cal cfiarttrtd accountants office. Ex- perience not will train. Re- ply giving particulars to Box Htrald. BOOKKEEPER FOR GENERAL OF- fin work. Five a wttk. Reply stating salary Mpectad references to Bex Htrald. C1454-27 CLERK RECEPTIONIST FOR THIRTY BED HOSPITAL. TYPING EXPERIENCE ESSENTIAL. APPLY MISS W. I. BORDER COUNTIES1 GENERAL MILK ALBERTA. TOK 1MO. C1354-24 67 HOTEL WAITRESSES-walters AND KITCHEN help required for Lodge Motel. Phone 329-0100. C1439-tt EXPERIENCED full time Apply In person after SHANGHAI CHOP SUEY. C1273-27 CABARET PERSONNEL REQUIRED. Transportation provided. Experience not necessary. Apply in person. Park Plaza Motor Hotel. Cl556-30 GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT RE- qulres waitress-waiter. Apply In per- Henry Yee. Phone DISHWASHING MACHINE OPERAT- or. Evening shift. Apply Carl Popo- El Rancho Motor Hotel. CI451-27 PERSON TO SET UP FOR BAN- quets and other odd jobs. Full time per hour. Apply El Rancho Motor Hotel. C1452-27 MATURE HOUSEKEEPERS FOR new motel. Apply in 2210 7th Ave. S. Phone 3W-0100. C1M9-tf 75 MUSIC TtACHERS NOW ACCEPTING BEGINNE TRUMPET STUDENTS. P H O N 327-1445. MUSIC LESSONS. BRASS-REEDS- STRING AND PERCUSSION. V. Dl RICH. 327-1790. W47-HS PIANO LESSONS. MRS. A.R.C.T. Phone 12J-0261. 3422 20th S. GUITAR AND AC cordlon lessons. Bertl School of 2444 south Drive. Phona 327 0115. C10W-t PIANO LESSONS. WILL PREPARE students for Western Board or Conser- vatory exams. Phont Mrs. Edith Enns 345-4277. SUSAN YOUNG CARRIE B.A. MU lAss. U of A Is now acceptlm stuoenst In voice and theore- tical sublects for 1973-74 farm. 7th St. N. Phone 328-9411. 7171-21 LESSONS GIVEN CLARINET AND early grade piano students. Phom evenings. C1419-25 VIOLIN LESSONS. O.B. BENTSEN 632 21st St. S. Phone 327- 6956. BOB2-tl LESSONS THE ory. students prepared for Dennis A. Mus. T.c.L. A.R. C.O. Registered music teacher. 4th Avenua Phone 329-3250. 7874-26S 76 SEWING SERVICES FOR DRESSMAKING AND REPAIRS Phone 329-3237. 8247-27 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT C A B A RET for Friday and saturda- evenings. Apply Mr. afte 4 p.m.. El Rancho Motor Hotel. Cl 455-2 Require immediately Full and part time serving in deluxe dining room. Minimum age 18 Phone John Erick sen's Family 328 7756. C1519-25 68 DOMESTIC BABYSITTER TO COME MOM day to Friday. North side. 327-7842. 8524-27 WANTED WOMAN TO DO work one day a week. Phone 327-7873. 8416-25 MATURE PERSON TO CARE FOR two children in my home. North west Lethbridge. Mornings. Phone 328-7431. WANTED NOON HOUR BABYSIT- tor near Fleetwood School. Phone 327- 6962. 6348-28 BABYSITTER WANTED MONDAY Friday. Phone after p.m. 8331-28 WANTED MATURE PERSON FOR full time babysitting In my home. North side. 328-7073 or 328-2544. 8200-27 RESPONSIBLE BABYSITTER FOR two children In my home near 3Vi days per week. Phone 328-8017. URGENTLY NEEDED LIVE-IN bagysitter. Own room. week- ends off. Apply Box Calgary Herald. 8435-29 MA- ture person to come In from 7 a.m. p.m. Phone between 5-7 p.m. 8437-M BABYSITTER REQUIRED FOR week days. a.m. to p.m. in Woolco area. Infant qlcl. Phone 328- 0787. 8544-27 MATURE PERSON FOR BABYSIT- ting five days a week Monday to Friday. Two pre-schoolers. References required. Write Box Hereld. 8545-7 69 FARM MATURE PERSON for harvest help. Driver's licence re- quired. Phone Carmangav. EXPERIENCED PERSON FOR MIX ed farm Must have references. House supplied. Reml R.R. South Edmonton. Phone 399-5193. 8332-28 HELP WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Well experienced swether operator. 12.50 an hour. Room and board. Phone 327-5837. 8302-tf WANTED__Responsible person to work In hog barn. House supplied. Wages negotiable. Write Box Herald. 4840-1 f 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL LOCAL MEDICAL CLINIC RE- quires CNA October 1st After- Hoons Monday to Friday. App y rith full partclulari to Box '.Herald COMBINED LAB AND X-RAY TECH- NICIAN for active treatment hos- jltal. Standard agreement scale In af- fect. Gcod personnel policy and fringe benefits. Apsly BOW ISLAND GENERAL BOW ALBERTA Cl507-25 MEDICAL LIBRARIAN OR TECHNICIAN required for 20 bed active treatment hospital. Responsible for all mainten- ance and care of medical records. In- terested candidate should be familiar with PAS. commensurate with education ant exowience. BOW ISLAND GENERAL BOW ALBERTA C1508-25 WANTED IMMEDIATELY Applications will be accepted from Registered Nurses for the position cf Operation Room Nurse In a 60 Bed. '.ctlva Accredited Hospi- tal. alary and Time according to the i.A.R.N. Policies. apply In stating quali- icatlons and experience Office of Director of Nursing. Irowsnest Pass General Hospital and Nursing Home District No. 40 Alberta Applications will be accepted until '100 hours August 1973. C1S42-30 72 LICENCED NURSERIES .RADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE six to six years. Phont 321-2835. Baby Centre 32I-25C7. C44M-H ONDERGARTEN PRE REGI- TRATION. PHONE SCHOOL 327-4S21. C10M-31 75 MUSIC TEACHERS HE MUSIC STUDIO 214 13 ST. S. or Instruction In classic and popular bass guitar and pltno. Special for tTudentt ittrtlng In 1W3. DANCE BAND FOR ALL OCCASIONS VINCE DITRICH. 327-1790. 8449-22S STEEL OR LEAD GUITAR who for country and western band. Esther 327-9544. 8254-2 DANCE BAND FOR HIRE For etc. Phone LEN 327-6317. 6027-1 EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER- GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS ETC. PHONE 328-2847. C4951 THE MOON GLOWS Music for oil occasions PHONE DON CODY AFTER 7 P.M. 9701-tfh 78 LOST AND FOUND FOUND THREE MONTH OLD FE- male Shepherd with notched right ear Claim at pound. 8438-25 LOST CHILD'S PET SIAMESE CAT with rhinestone please return home. Picked up at pound on weekend. 327-4331. 8484-30 MONTH OLD BLUE POINT female Siamese kitten. 5th Ave. and 20th St. N. Reward. Found adult male blue point Siamese. 327 0701. 8525-27 IN WARNER County Pound mile west of Raymond. One dun colored gelding branded on righf shoulder. Phone Ray mond. 8505-7 79 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-8049 or after p.m. DRIVING TO QUEBEC EARLY SEP- tember. Need passenger to share ex- penses. Write Box Herald. 7912-29 WANTED RIDE FOR ONE TO PORT- land or Oregon for week of August 26th. Phone Bow Is- land. 8351-24 BIRTH CONTROL AND INFORMATION Centre. Counselling information and referrals concerning birth unwanted sterilization. Group presentations available. 542 7th St. S. Phone 325-OW. C1393-tf FARMER WOULD like to meet lady 35-40 who would like farm a good home and a good provider. Write Box Herald. 8394-25 FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND CONTACT AL. ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX LETH- ALBERTA. 327- 327-8340. 1484-tfh 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP for rent. Phone 453-3182 or Cardston. 4148-tf KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 328-8942. C3751-H FRED'S EAVESTROUGHING AND painting. Interior and exterior decor- ating. Free estimates. 328-125B. 2559-tf AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRIC lawn mower rebuilding service. Sarc Repair 1011 3rd Ave. S. 327-2456. 2093-ff SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber corporate etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C4924-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER. vices on all makes of washers and automatic or conventional. Also all small lawn vacuum etc. No lob too large or too small- LETHBRIDGE 90S 3rd Ave. 327-4456. C7353-H 84 GARDENING WILL HAUL JUNK AND GARBAGE. For free estimate phone 327-8237. 8395-tf LANDSCAPING LAWNS SEEDED or trees pruned or removed. Free estimates. Phone 328-7672. 7748-24 McLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. trimming and fell- ing. Call 328-2094 or 327-1323. 7030-tf LANDSCAPING AND new lawns seeded. Phone 329-0344. 3600-11 Still EVERGREENS TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES ALTA. 345-4433 CLOSED SUNDAYS C8440.tr 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES REGISTERED BLACK LABS. Shadee Kennels. 327-6377. 8304-24 AUSTRALIAN BLUE-COLLIE CROSS pup for sale. Phone Granum. S303-24 GOOD HOME WANTED FOR TWO purebred American cocker spaniels. No papers. Male four years femala one year old. Grew up to- gether. Including insulated dog house. tSO. Ptwne 338-2777. 1487-25 HE LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT Kennel Club will be conducting obe- dience classes beginning September 5th at 7 p.m. In the Kaleld- Building. Cost for course for ten weeks. The first class will be eglirratton and demonstration. PLEASE DO NOT BRING YOUR DOG. For further Information phone or IIMJUtt 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES PART BORDER COLLIE PUPPIE for tale. Phone 345-3478. MM-f ELEVEN WEEK OLD FEMALE S kltttns. 15 8394-25 TWO FULL GROWN MALE SIA. rnest cats red point one blue point. after 4 p.m. 1419-25 FLUFFY AND LOVEABL four kltttns to be given twiy to good OWhCri. 321-7014. CHAMPION SIRED BLACK GREA Dane pups. 1175. Box Coal dale or phone 345-4539. JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET CLIP ING SERVICE. FOR APPOINT MENT PHONE 328-3763. 3124-tfl FOUR COCKER SPANIEL PUP for sale. Purebred. Not registered. each. Raymond. 1507-25 REGISTERED FOUR MONTH MALE Pekingese pup. Very lovable. Worm- ed and vaccinated. Also proven breed- ing stock. Phone Nanton. 1470-25 KEHOUGH'S DOG OBEDIENCE classes commence September 11 and September 13 a Kaleldarts Bldg. at 7 p.m. il 0.00 for Includes puppies. Carney will instruct. Conformation for five weeks at 1 p.m. on 8471-3' 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE ESTABLISHED REAL estate business. Write Box Herald. Cl 524-25 RESTAURANT IN LETHBRIDGE Hotel for lease. Apply In person. ClOSO-t IMPERIAL OIL TWO BAY SER vice station. Gailonage to plus stock at Alber- ta. Phont 847-3773. 8059-30 FOR SALE OR RENT Pool room and coffee shop at Fore- most. Phone Burdett. 8084-25 Business building for sale or centre of Main Fernie. Immediate occupancy Reply Box B.C. 7843-tt TRUCKING BUSINESS With full line of trucks and equip- ment. Ail units are under contract of present. Office and 35x70 ft. building may be leased from present owner Call RAY LAVALLEY at Coaldalc. EXCLUSIVE. ROYAL TRUST 323 7th ST. S. Phone 328-7768 COAST-TO-COAST REALTORS C10BO-I Retail Chain Desire Prime Commercial Location In Town Five yrs. minimum lease. Write Box Herald 8145-24 Fifty bed with extremely good liquor outlet. Cafe and dining room facilities with two bedroom suits. Ex elusive. Twenty-eight bed hotel In good farm- ing and ranching area. Exclusive. Fifteen unit motel with good living accommodation with self contained suite for extra revenue. Exclusive. KEY REALTY INSURANCE Phone 328-6671 C1523-25 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. PHONE 328-3331 with the Multiple Listing One of the best little going businesses in for only Complete with equipment. Located in southern Mberta city. For more information Harold Fox at 328-4725. MLS 8 unit motel showing re- urns. Located on main thoroughfare. Barry Marquardson at 328-0301. ALS Cl 509-25 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 C5114-tf MORTGAGES .11 types of mortgage n small and Id homes Call CITY REALTY AND NSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. 328-3251. C7769-tf Schwartz Agencies Ltd. College Phone 328-3331 Commercial arms and ranches. City or .owest Interest rates available. First nd second mortgages. Cl 430-25 90 CONTRACTS UALITY CEMENT WORK S1DE- etc. Res- prices. Phone 327.3432. Free itimates. 4007-A25 CEMENT WORK nd stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone '-4482. C7377-K PRIVATE lomes only. Complete painting easonable rates. Guaranteed work. or tree estimates phone 328-0343. 7093-31 RED STEINER CEMENT id basements water proofing. In- free estimates. Phona 327-8184. C3441-M LUM1NUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. O MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- NG. PHONE JONES 32t- TYPES OF CEMENT ood workmanship and prompt Mr- lee. Reasonable. Phone Mlki 327-3314 or 328-1414. 7573-8S ENCES BUILT. MIS- building. etc. Hauling Jim 371-3713 14MA-tf CONOMY PAINTING AND DECOR. Ing. very vtry reasonable. noon or evenings IS4MI 90 CONTRACTS PAINTING DONE PART TIME Interior Exterior. Phone 321-4725. 1171-23 PAINTERS. QUALIFIED WOR. guaranteed. Free estimates. Phoni 321-4911. 7147- PUBLIC NOTICES CARPET TENDER LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY Tenders for tne supply and tlon of carpet for the new Lethbridge Public Library will be received up 3 p.m. September by Mitchell Architects and En 529 4th Street Leth Alberta. Tenders shall be accompanied by a certified cheque for of the tender or bid bond equal to of the tender amount. A performanci bond for of the tender amount wll be required. Specifications and drawings may be obtained from the Architects office. A44 SALE OF SCHOOL BUS Sealed bids marked on the outside of the envelope will be received by the undersigned up to p.m. local time Septem- ber for sale of a 1941 Inter- national 55 passenger school bus. The vehicle may be viewed by contacting Mr. R. Craig at the School Board Of- fices between the hours of and Monday through Frl day. A reserve price of has been placed on this vehicle. Terms of sale will be plus S. S. and is on an is and where basis. Tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or money order In the amount of of the bid. Please registration and licence are non-trans- ferable. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Board of School Trustees School District No. 1 P. .0. Box B.C. A5S ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS WILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL LAKEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TENDER CALL Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned at the office of the Secre- Lethbridge School Dis trict No. 433 15 Street until September not later than p.m. for additions and alterations Wilson Junior High School Lakeview Elementary School General contractors may obtain plans and specifications from Mr. D. Att- Lethbridge School District No. 433 15 St. Alberta Plans may be obtained upon f deposit of This sum will be refunded provided that all documents are re- turned in good condition not later than ten days after closing date of A certified cheque or bid bond in the amount cf ten percent of the lender price must accompany all ten- ders. The successful contractor must furnish a Performance Bond in the amount of fifty percent of the contract sum as required by the owner. The lowest or any tender will not neces- sarily be accepted. Mr. M. V. Crumley Secretary-Treasurer Lethbridge School District No. 51 433 15 Street South Alberta CITY OF LETHBRIDGE SIXTH AVENUE RIVER CROSSING CONTRACT NO. 1 ROADWORK INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders marked of Lefh- brldge Sixth Avenue River Crossing Contract No. l Roadwork be received until p.m. Mountain Daylight Time on September 1973 at the office of the City Purchasing Agent at Lethbridge City 280 5 Street Lethbridge. Tenders will be opened at p.m. on Sep- tember 1973. The project will Include the A. UTILITIES I. f. Sewer lines ranging In diameter to complete with all appurtenznces. l.f. steel water com- plete with etc. l.f. Concrete electrical ducting 220 v.f. Manholes B. ROADS 1. Grading c.y. 2. Granular Base Course c.y. 3. Asphalt Pavement Tons 4. Concrete Curb and Gutter l.f. 5. Landscaping 80 Acres C. PEDESTRIAN UNDERPASS STRUCTURE Tender documents may be obtained at fhe office of the Engineering Director for the City of Lethbridge or from the jffice of the Consulting Engineers In Edmonton and Vancouver on ir after August 1973 upon deposit of i certified cheque of The de- iosit will be refunded provided the -lans and specifications are returned in good condition within 14 days after the tender closing dale. The tender must be accompanied by i certified cheque for ten percent of the fender price plus a Con- ient of or a suitable bid bond tsn percent of the tender rice. he lowest er any tender will not ne- be tan ley Associates Engineering Ltd. i2S 14 Street Alberta. tanley Associates Engineering Ltd 1748 Kingsway Avenue Alberta .tanley Associates Engineering Ltd 34S2 104A Avenue British Columbia. A50 B.C. exhibit will cost VICTORIA British iolumbia's exhibit at the Spo- Wash. Exposition next .ummer will probably cost .bout and will have a big educational he lines of the fair's environ- mental government offi- ials said here. More detailed plans for CTie province's participation have yet o be drawn up because B.C. is itill waiting for a final yes or from the federal government concerning its intentions. Industrial Development Min- ter Gary Lauk earlier-sent a lecond telegram to External Minister Mitchell Sharp siting for a definite answer s plea Aug. 9 for Ottawa to its decision to pull ut of the fair. Canada was to have had a l.S million pavailion of its iwn on Cannon Island at Cie xposition site. It would have one of the fair's larger xhibits. But these plans eva- orated in a government eco- iomy wave announced earlier month. 'emoriams BIRTH KORTT Gus and are happy to announce the birtl of a Jeffrey 6 Ibs 7 born August 1973 Insured. 8473 DEATHS GIBB passed away in August at the age of 63 be loved wife of Mr. Bert Gibb Magrath. Funeral ar r a nge- ments will be announced when comp 1 e t ed. CHRISTENSEri SALMON FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrange- ciser ERICKSON Au- gust Emil Henning. aged 76 beloved husband of Mrs. Mabel Erickson of Pin- cher Creek. Funeral service in Pineher Creek United Church on August 1973 al Rev. R. Putman of- ficiating. Interment in Fair- view Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the P i n c h e r United Church Memorial oare of Mrs. E. Funeral arrangements by ED- EN'S FUNERAL HOME Pincher Creek. C1560 FINNERTY Passed away at August aged 73 be- loved wife of the late Alphonse Finnerty. Survived by three Jack and Leth- Robert of one 10 six great-grand- cmldren. Funeral services will be at Alberta at 11 a.m. Saturday. MILLS Passed away on August Albert age 91 years of Fort Mac- formerly of Granum. The funeral service will be held in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Fort Madeod Saturday at Rev. Gordon Haynes officiating. Interment in the Granum Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Soci- ety. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME Fort Macleod. C1533 PRUNKLE Passed away after a lengthy illness on August Mrs. Anne age 65 years of 1004 Lake Bonavista Drive Calgary. She is survived by her one Marilyn of Cal- four George of Ken of Ft. McMur- John and Brian of Cal- seven Mrs. Gladys Hodgson of Bow Is- Mrs. Mabel Robinson of Mrs. Alice Foster of Picture Mrs. Edna Penrose of Milk Mrs Hilda Jacobson of Mrs- Ruth Haddow of and Mrs. Doris Wall- work of Bow three Melvin Krokom and Jesse Krokom of Bow Island and Arne Krokom of Leth- eight grandchildren and one great grandchild. Fu- neral services will held in yooks 'Funeral 901 13th It. Medicine Hat at j.m. on August 25. Interment will follow at Me- morial Gardens Cemetery. 8550 FUNERALS SMEED Funeral service or Mrs. Emily Fanny beloved wife of the lata Mr. Frederick James Smeed who died in the city Aug. at the age of 92 was held at 3 p.m. the follow- ing Tuesday in the Church of St. Mary the Virgin with Rev. Canon R. W. Cow- an officiating. Pallbearers were Leslie Roy and Dennis Rod and Jack Smeed and .'hilip Harris. Interment was in family plot in Mountain Cemetery. Martin Bros. Directors of Funeral Ser- was in charge of the ar- rangements. QUICK Funeral service or Robert Harry belov- d son of Mrs. Ruth Quick of Fort Madeod who died Satur- Aug. at the age if 16 was held at 2 p.m. Aug. in the Yinity United Church with 'eter Walker officiating. Pall- carers were Neil -rant Brian Mfie and John Turuk and ievin McKenna. H o n o rary were Gordon Xniglas Al alvin and Scott and ohn Vair. Interment was in he Union Cemetery. Organist Mrs. Lillian McLean. ns vei-e The Old Rugged ross and Abide With Me. Iden's Funeral Home Fort Directors of Fu- neral was in charge of the arrangements. FUNERALS MIEDEMA Funeral ser vice for Albert be- loved husband of Mrs. Alice Miedema of 210 19th St. N. wht died in the city at the age of 67 was held at p.m. Mon- Aug. in the Chris- tian Reformed Church with Rev. L. Mulder officiating Pallbearers were Bob and Otto Casey Schalk and Bill Aardema. In terment was in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Directors of Funer- al was in charge of the arrangements. KUNST Funeral service for Mrs. Helene Alma once beloved by the late Mr Fredrich W. Kunst and a na tiye daughter of Germany wh died in the city after a long illness a1 the age of 96 was heli at 3 p.m. Aug. in Martin Bros. Tradition- al 812 3rd Ave. with Rev. Ken Morris officiating. In- tennent was in the family plol in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Directors oi Funeral was in charge of the arrangements. NEMETtt Requiem masi for Frank beloved hus band of Mrs. Magdolna Nemeth of 2409 13th Ave N. who died in the city Tues- Aug. after a long illness at the age of 36 years was said at a.m. the fol lowing Saturday in St. Basil's Roman Church with Rev. S. J. Molnar the celebrant. Pallbear- ers were Dennis Frank Frank Frank Frank Szing and Kal- man Hegedes. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Directors of Fu- neral was in charge the arrangements. service for Ernest Richard Hardie ville resident and native son of Taber who died at Winnipeg Aug. at the age of 45 was held at 2 p.m. Aug. in the Taber Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints Third with Bis- hop Wayne Gough officiating. Pallbearers were Mike Koz- Nick and George Malin- John Earl Win- chester and Roy Renner. Inter- ment was in the Taber Memo- rial Garden. Humphries Funer- al Directors of Funeral was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS LAYMAN I would like to thank all my Canadian Le- gion and the Miner's Library for visiting me while I was a patient in St. Michael's Hospi- tal and those who sent cards and gifts. Also thanks to the nurses and staff on Second Main of St. Michael's Vere Layman 8508 MIEDEMA I wish to ex- press a most sincere thanks to the nurses and staff of- the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for the care and kind- ness extended to my late hus- band during his hospitalization. Alice Miedema 8474 IN MEMORIAMS loving mem- ory of a dear Philco who passed away August 1965. Beautiful memories treasured forever Of the happy years we spent together. Wishing as we have wished God could have spared you many years more. remembered and sad- ly missed by his wife Kay. 8526 WILMOTT In memory of my beloved Francis who passed away August 1970. Someone Someone As time fades into another A a a loving thought How often I wish you were here. The wound is it will not heal. No one knows just how I I hide my tears when I speak your namfij But the pain in my heart remains the same. Days of sadness still come o'er Tears in silence often For memory keeps you ever near us Though you died three years ago. Wilmott M73 IN MEMORIAMS ALFORD In loving mem- ory of cur dear Edwin passed away Aug. 1955. A page in the took of memories Is gently turned today. and Nellie and their families. 8509 HART In loving memory of Reginald who passed away August 1972. Gone are the days we tued to share But in my heart you are always The gates of memory will never I miss you more than anyone knows. remembered by your Gladys Groves. 8510 TEACHER MEMBER OF FLQ OTTAWA The Public Service Commission had no way of knowing that one of their 800 language teachers once was a member of the terrorist Front de Liberation du Quebec a commission spokesman says. first we heard of it was when we read it in the paper yesterday. don't ask applicants their political affiliation or if they have a criminal record or anything like that. Security checks are done only for sensi- tive he said. A Toronto newspaper story Wednesday revealed that Andre faced 12 charges relat- ing to FLQ terrorist activities in Montreal when he was hired by the public service in 1972. The charges were dropped six months after he started working. Roy said he is convinced the commission knew his back- ground when it hired him and his who works as a secretary. checked Mr. Roy's file when we read the story and he has an excellent record. He's a good the commission spokesman said. he has a univer- sity degree and two years teaching experience. He was hired on merit. We called him in to discuss the article in the paper. don't want him making political but as long as he does the job here we don't care what his background the spokesman said. Retailers may lose their pants NEW YORK Retai- lers who sell blue denim jeans may be losing their pants. As denim increases in popu- with designers using ft everything from capes to retailers in the United States find themselves in short supply. Business Week magazine re- ports that demand for blue de- nim squeezing the supply tighter than jeans across a plump Retailers say they can't get enough denim to fill their or- ders. The shortage is being blamed on textile manufacturers who are uncertain about how much capital to put into the popular 'abric. Peter president of blended-fabrics division of J. P. Stevens and a major says it takes two years to build a plant this single and de- mand then Kamins says it cost lion to build a plant capable of turning out 20-million yards of denim a year. takes forever' get your money EES NO RELIEF Ben vice-president of lone Mills estimates that lenim demand in the U.Sr Cut- strips supply by 100 million rards a year like other he sees no relief in ight. The shortage has forced a ilinnesota manufacturer of in- lustrial clothes to stop making machinists' aprons because he ould not get denim. Some manufacturers are turn- ing to inciting and cotton blends. most retailers feel there is no ubstitute for genuine denim. Some retailers have even gone into the uMd-jeana market.