Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
26 We UTHBRIDGt HERALD Thuritlay, 10, 1970 30 MISC. ARTICLES WTD. 159 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED MECHANICS TOOLS. drive sets, combimiMotis, ek- Hoy Herald 12 I PAN I- MMt OR FULL TIME AV- [praqi- iii lo H8i weekly ierviclnp Ful- WANTED LtATHER SEWING In tustomcn in niea, niflcMne, I" good working c omliNoii Phone 311- 11 '1. C M65-K Bc-x 207 Turin Phone j....... ._____.......____ IAILOR F-OK IN-SIOHE ALTEHA- CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, KADI- lions Appl bnilerlps. Hiflhpii prices. Vci Olothimj. II ran iron UTCI., .'no Ave. N. Phuni-f C.IN 7-H i I 75 CONTRACTS I CUSTOM FRAMING 10 All. IVPf'S OF BUILDINGS RENOVAMONS, AND RUMPUS ROOMS. I OR I'SIIMATES CALl OR 9416 -H DAVIS ENTERPRISES IWi 3nd Ave. S. Phone 327-4'M! C99R5 H SCRAP IRON Copperj Brass Radiators BoftBrioi Always paying ore- NATJONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 304 73rd St. North 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED for Used Trucks and Cars TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTOR5 Phono 327-9355 54A LICENCED NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks [o six years Phone i C5f.i7.lf 56 FARM HELP WANTED In person lo Protiri-s-, ID1 M4 5th St. S. No telephone j T U D L I V-. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS ;62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 62A TUTORING MPROVEMENI' CLASSES, iliori phone 3789771, 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST HEAVY STEfc'L FOUR roller dolly painted yellow. Please phone 327-5734. Speedy Storage and Cadaqe 'Ltd. 66 PERSONAL .TEA CUP READING. TUESDAY i SANTA WILL VISIT YOUR HOME. For appointment, write Box 96, Her- rtld. Give phone number, 3S8-tth "ANYTHING GOES" DANCE BAND iu tlw I chad's Maternity. Box 115, Herald- MARRIED COUPLE liter MAN FOR Die la break :r SINGLE ADULTS ONLY ting. cor SO cents uei PUBLIC NOTICE CUTTING OF CHRISTMAS TREES lU Christmas frees on oof n lord may only be un- designated culling areas: a "Permit to Remove FM 64. The charge 'is I ee. lor up to Ifiree frees, i DEATHS i b t peocle now! Send nnme and add, lo COMMAT, Box 20612, FOR" GENERAL Billings- Mwt- 656'17 work on large cattle snd grain Good house with modern ufili- Wrife Box 1M, Hi 7B1-I-I 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED BABYSITTER, TO LIVE in. Four children, three to nine years. Pfcone 327-2603. H71-J6 BABYSITTER S E 0 U ohone 327-0372. before -J FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LSTH- BRIDGE, ALBERTA. TEENS of ffie old Lyi nbfain. ,5, ofcole-I Kananaskis Highway or t four (4J miles west Creek Ranger Slafi ctio t the forestry office more or al Castle Ranger Stal Vehicles should be adequately be SATO Kojiro I'.JoiO. pass- ed away in the city on Sunday, December 6. at the age of 84 years. Kuneral services will be held in the Chrislenseh Chapel on Thursday. Decem- ber 10, at p.m.. with Rev. KaWamura officiatiuj Ciiualensen Chapel in' Lcthbridge on Saturday, De- cember 12lli at .1 p.m.. with i Kev. Leslie Kawamura offi- i i c i a I i n g. Christcnsen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., are in Charge. CI37I; FUNERALS KOYATA Funeral service for Slacey Koyata, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mi-: DOHRKN In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, John Don-en, who passed away Dec- Memory lane is a lovely lane. Where thoughts are 'tender and true. Again and again. I travel that lane. Because it leads to you. To me you were someone pre- cious. Someone set apart. Your memory is my keepsake From which I will never pait remembered and satilv missed by his wife Isa. will follow in the noru Koyata of 3324 5th Ave K1EFUIK In memory of I Mountain View Cemetery after; A S. who died at her home William Kiefuik. who passed age of two years and erstandin9 and help j Bo> Sal, Lethhridgi 75-MG 327-B3-1Q, 'Car0! 328-7871.' J, I r you. P.O. phone Ldrry 327-708-5. C1011-H 'm, I 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS T A P I G, SPRAYING kmanship. Plmne SALESMAN DEALER OPPORTUNITY For good Criristio or par! time. Wri 303-1? DRYWALL. DOV.'NroWN CHARTERED BANK j ceilings. Ex taking applications tor experienced 323-7362. ___.. tellers Phone 3'28-33Jl, for appointment. ______________________! C153S.I1 SOUTHERN STAMP AND Wanted Full and Part- Same-day Service. '1733 j 2nd Ave. S. Pnone 328-51U. I work, i-------------------------------------------------------- .GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO 5ING- er machines, competent adjustments C15SB-12 j lo other makes. Free home esti- 327-2243. Singer Co. o f fl. College Mall C1503-17 TENDERS intei'ment service in lhe j Christensen Chapel al 10 a.m. on Friday. December It. Chris- j months', was held al 7 30 tensen Salmon Funeral Home Lid., Direclors of Funeral .Ser- vice. Saturday, Dec. 5, 1970 al the j December .10. Ter.de, off, Albert Klnderg; Please Challenge Sfony Plain, AlbertB, 1 Tenders close All bids must bo in by De- ten at stand- mil by phone Homes Ltd., ix 25J, Phone 1970 Tuesdayi Dec Kaymond Buddhist Church CI577 Rev. Kawannu-a of- ficiating. Pallbearei-s were Les- ,_ former i iie and Terrv resident of Paber. passed away Tanaka and Daviy al Cranbrook on Wednesday, terment was in the Patte time kitchen help. Shift Write Box 112, Herald. ,MAMY RURAL AMD CITY OPEN- INGS Have fl Hapcy Year 'A'ifii Avon. You can choose your own pflrn happily As an AVON Representative. Call now 32B-742J, or writs Mrs. M 251-i 23rd Av> S. C1537-15 58 MALE HELP WANTED WATK1NS REQUIRE hour. i 7 p.n .veragmt) Opportunity essential. advance- 327-7794, C1520-10 HELP OTHERS TO BECOME MORE successful and secure finartci.il inde- pendence for yourself. Start with n managerial position if you qualify Pftone J2B-52B3. S04-11 MAY TAG SALES and SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers dryers, automatic or conventional. all small appliances, lawn rnowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc, fin job foo large or too small. LETH3RIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd AVE 70 GARDENING JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP ne 327-7398 or C9127-tf FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE FALL CLEAN-UP, ALL KINDS OF junk hauled away. Tree trimmi odd jobs. Phone 317-26.11, ming ant 63J5-! SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL farmers, ranchers and professional people in Alberfa. Good sarnings, com- mission only. Must be aggressive, self- essary.' This !s a good, solid prograrn. i ECONOMY TREE AND HEDGE If you do not riave sales ability please j TRIMMING Under Winter Works do not reply. Box HI, Herald. Program, we are now able to trim C1507-1D 'rfies and hedges uery economically. SPARE DRIVERS NEEDED bulk fuel tanker gas diesel experience necessary. Also experience over 25 years of age. When replying, please state qualifications, hour; ar riays available for work. In lim msnf for right party. 'AT _.. Call for esli 7 1 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES I FRIERS AND ROASTERS LIVE AT coag 22c per Ib. Eveninqs and Saturday Phone 753-2132, Duane Forsyth.1 Welling. 9723-15D CI5( WANTED irlvi foi loral hulk: FRIERS AND ROASTING CHICKENS -ready 37 cents per Ib. on dozen lot. Free delivery. Custom kiliinu. Hei- Imuth Dyck. Coaldale. Pnone 3J5.322J upplying farm and commercial, over 25 years of age. Dri essential. However in delivering hoik fuel f ut not necessary. We will tr willing to learn. i 72 PETS AND SUPPUES WHITE PUREBRED POODLE PUPS, S50. Phone 32E-69I2. 851-11 D2t I December 2. 1970. Jiamnco at the age of 90 years. Born at Cavedana Trento, I Italy. Mr. Bridaroli came to the 'II- Taber area in the early I920's and farmed here until retiring to Cranbrook about si.x years ago. Funeral services will lie conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber on Friday. December It at j a.m., with Rev. Father j Burke Hoschka celebrant. In- i terment will follow in the Ta- ber Memorial Garden. Hum- View Cemetery. mountain Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements.; You suffered with courage. we knew not your pain, Yon fought to get well, but all was in vain, The Lord called you home to His garden of rest. It is true what they say, He takes only the best. K v e r remembered by Elaine, Francie and family. 874! AUTHOR TURNS THE TABLES Author Morley Cal- laghan, 67, was attacked and beaten during a robbery al his Toronto home, but it was the burglar who called it quits. Callaghan, whose boxing training once enabled him to knock out Ernest Hemingway in a boxing match in Paris, warded off the attacker's blows with his armi and then hit him over the head with a chair. IIOKHKX In loving mem- ory of a dear dad and grand- KQGLESTON Funeral ser- dad- John who passed vice for Rev. AKvyn Herbert' JO, 1966. Eggleston, beloved husband of' the late Mrs. Clara Fay Eg- i gleston who died at Picture i Butle Sunday, Dec. 1970. af-' Sexploitation films are on way out loay AII the love you gave us. in happy bygone years. of your presence, in days of joy and tears! SACRAMENTO. Calif. fAP) Valenti. president of the Motion Picture Association of: i America, says dirty movies i are on the wav out. NO FEUI5 HOLLYWOOD (AP) D i c k Carson. Johnny Carson's young- er brother, says there's no fam- ily feud involved in the fact ter a brief illness, was held at I Each sacrifice you had to Nazare Wedneday Butte Church e with Rev. D of the the TOLMAX Emily pass- ed away in Cardston on Wed- nesday. December 9, 1970, at t man of Hillspring. who prede- i ceased her in February of this j year. Left to mourn her pass- j j ing are seven daughters and I t I three sons. Mrs. Edwin (Fontel- jlai MaeDonnell of Cardston, 'Mrs. Adajr (Edna) Caldwell. Mrs. Lavar (Fay) Leishman both of Hillspring, Mrs. Paul i Eva I Sache of Carriston. Mrs. David (Olive) Boyer of Cal- iary. Mrs. Dean (Thelma) Pink, W. E. Grunau. R. M Quantz, R. j. Hillock. W. R. Helm and H. W. Houseman. In- terment was in the Claresholm Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd.. make, along the path von trod, Is remembered by those who loved you, as you rest in peace with God. i r "My .judgment is the sexploi- tliat he's directing a rival show ration f 11 in. mostly imported j to .Johnny's late-night talk pro- from abroad or made cheaply gram and quickly in this country, is: ]e thmk he me M i d in a big fight." Dick says. and Brett. 840 I10HRKN In loving mem- ory of my deal- son-in-law. Johnny and our dear brother-in- law, who passed away Decem- ber 1966. Funeral serviceI 'ne leaves of memory charge of Ihe arrange- __. ._. Clarence Stone Batty, be-! i unenlightening, and w h a Cuard held a I knife poi.nl; lliree charged Griffins CBS show here as director. He had heen tlircclor of Johnny's show for six years uiuui; utiLlv, 11 loved husband of Mrs. Mildred i t'enllv we gather and treasure School slarls August 21 Evelyn Batty of 5-518 33rd St S. who died "in the city Sunday Dec. B, 1970, at the age of 791 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Dec. 9, 1970, in the Christensen Chapel with Bi- Quinton of Carddston. Mrs. I M- Kovac Keith (Mona) Prince of Cal- I Honorary pallbearers were Art gary, David of Detroit, Mich.. Keith of Hillspring and Jerry of Edmonton. Funeral services nil! be held in the Hillspring I.DS Chapel on Friday, Decem- ber llih at 2 p.m., with Bishop Sheldon Wynder officiating. In- Harris, Stanley E. and Joseph Thomas, William Rea, Francis and Albert Campbell. Active pallbearers were grandsons Lvnn and Blair Johnson, and, Clair, Dale, Allan and Barton! Batty. Interment was in the! EDMONTON (CP) Public school trustees here approver! NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C. (CP) British Columbia pen-j I OP I Z.OUO itentiary officials said charges have been laid against three prisoners who held a peniten- tiary guard at knifepoint for i in principle a plan for 214 hours Sunday to speed up students to start their school _____ transfer to Quebec. year Aug. 21 in 1972. DORRE.V In loving mem- Ronald A. Tupholme. 22. of The remainder of the ory of a dear father and grand- i Vancouver, David Dwyer, 25, i in Edmonton public father. John Dorren who passed I of Ottawa and Raymond Jo- i "m would return to "seph White, 24. also of Van-! dasses asAisuaMn Au, couver, have been Eus' Ol' them all. Unseen, unheard but always I near, Still loved, slill missed and ever dear. missed bv mom j Stewart and familv" away December 10 19GB _- cfhnrj sciui ol Job house And yard Our present this at) AM replies c< Box IIS, Hcrfllci. EIGHT puppies. ifidential. Apply Phone 32E-2IS5. WANTED BEFORE CHRISTMAS puppy preferably part Poncile CHIHUAHUA: So fashionable, cozy il's fun terment will follow in plot in Mountain View to go places in this sei. j spring Cemetery. Friends may j Cemetery. Christensen Salmon pay their respects from p.m. j funeral Home Ltd., Directors! DOES THIS MAKE SENSE? SHEPHERD PUPS. Phone 327-9361, after 732-10 number then Biighten wintry days in this itfj'-'io! g'arter stitch, knitted coat with embroidery, loop stitch cro- chet edging, matching hat. Use knitting worsted. Pattern 7095: sizes 2-8 included. FIFTY CENTS fro i n s) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first class mailing and special handling to: PUREBRED BRITTANY months old. phone 425-6377, Si 1 wood. 72 FIVE wi 3 p.m: prior to the service in the Re lief Society Boom of the church. Christenson Salm-: on Funeral Home Ltd.'. Direc- tors of Funeral Service, of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FOR SALE, PEK- Phone 32B-2776. 763-10 i CHRISTMAS KITTENS SIAMESE, seals, chocolates, blues. Phone 323- BAMBRICK in Ihe city on Wednesday. cember 9, 1970. following a CARDS OF THANKS j CmVA.Y I would like lo! Passed away Ulc of ,he Hajg Clinic and the staff of St. .Mich-: Forget you dad, For in our hearts you ?re I possession of aii' offensive "wea- year would remain with us still. i pon and common assault ,about sanle Ien8th as te- Behmd our smiles these is t i i i fore, ending June 15, 1973. many a tear f 1 a" Tlie earlier opening would For the dad we lost and loved t IM H V' M- apply only to schools operatinR I slated to appear m provincial j semester system. The court here "in due course." j proposa) js lo bc at Trasnfers to Quebec had al- i a school board meeting some- Thai Cod would have spared ready been approved for the i time before the 1972 summer you many years more, j three but the prisoners were; break. remembered j unwilling to wait until they i The trustees sel dates for Ihe sadly missed by Bryan, i were processed, prison officials! 1371-72 school year: Aug. 30 to Eleanor and Lisa. 842! said. June 23 so dear. Wishing today as we have wished before. isn't heen an acute shortage AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN. F 19.J1 to 1962, selling effort wt needed to sell cars, so as t mobile salesmen died, relired perhaps moved into other endeav ors, they weren't replaced. Of evei made lo prooerly train men Ifs a pity too mobils business is UNLIMITED PORTUNITIES. FOR DAD AT CHRISTMAS an Shorfhair dog, 11 months old. schooled and -works good in field. 715-11 i and females. Also pup- m., )718 3rd Ave. A S 531-3] I THE LETHBKIDGR HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto J. Ontario. ael's Hospital for the excellent brief i I In ess. i caro and attention I received Howard, al the age of 63 years, during my recent illness. Also many thanks to those who sent (nemploymenl lo continue TWO CHRISTMAS PUPS REGISTER. "SX'U, BSk wSi" hS I <'eo 1 1 o 1 1 1 1 s I (L.p, _. chic( economist for the Toronlo Do- minion Bank says he expects there wilt be strong economic 785-t; i growth coupled with high unem- ployment during 1971. Douglas D. Peters lold a Uloved husband of Mrs. Fran-1 flowers, gifts, card, visited and 1 ces Bambrick. of 810 17 Street made inquiries. Thank- you all. South. Born in Fort Macleod. Cowan. Mr. Bambrick received most of I his education at Brooks, and 01.EH We wish lo express in 1927 became employed our most sincere thanks and ap- wilh Ihe Bank of Montreal. In preciation to the doctors and the early he became in- volved in the business of slocks and bonds, and for the last number of years had been Ihe manager owner of ibe General al for "1C kindnesses Insurance Office of Ihe Ding- 'ended during our recenl land-Meredith Insurance Ltd. Hion retirement he had heen the manager of Ihe Lelhbrklge Golf and Country Club lor the last year. Mr. Bambrick served Benson says nothing wrong J O' c? in his radio station shares KINGSTON. OnL CCP) Fi- shares in the station long before; "It's just an investment." nurses of the Municipal H'osn'iTaH J'Inisler Benson ne entered politics and that he' said the minister, member for and to our many friends and 'S' i has onlv "a verv small percen-! and the Islands. "I see relatives for floral tributes. will the fact that he is .1 nolhing wrong with my owning cards and fowl and to the funcr-1 shareholder in Kings- U1KC ol lne shales. shares jn reavement, terview from Ottawa with The familv of the late Alien Whig-Standard, said he bought j Oler. S35'-------------------- IN MEMORIAMS In loving inemorv a dear mother and grand- SUPERIOR FORD AND MERCURY 75 CONTRACTS Taber, Alberta Phone Larry Oliver 223-3537 For Appointment 1MINUM Sf AND AMD DOORS FRE r ONE oon ir j i perienced this year. Mr. Peters was the first speaker at a session on pros- pects for the coming year spon- sored by lhe school of busi- ness. .-ink. Canada's gro.s.s national prod- will be close to 92.000 inil- lion for 1971. he said. The dollar real increase di LOmlul will he lo ecu! Mr. Pelers said a MDO.Oi.ii mil- 11168. Her memory is our greale.st treasure. overseas in Ihe Second World War with the Canadian Army versity of Toronto conference he :'nti has, heen onc of lhc doubts the average iniemploy- es members in the of ment rate dining 1971 will go below six per cent the rate ex- Legion. He had interest who passed away December !0 in sports of all kinds, and was in a number of lo- cal lodges a n d organizations. Besides his loving wife he is survived by his mother. Mrs. Bambrick of For! Muc- ieofl: three daughters Klainc of Caigary. Heather and Dixie and rne brnther. Tcrranee all of increase over 1970 will be about two sisters, Mrs. tune per cent, he said, and the 'ManWri-'l Crawford of Pincher Creek Mrs. six ricia Trolchie of (Calgary: two I'roihtTs. Ted of Crcslon. R.C (Icorge of lied Deer. The lion is likeiv for fillHO'al been ar I hi lilt of incrciisu in con-. for Salurday, Decein- lllili i pi iiding during 1971 will'her 12 at p.m. in St. An- be about eight per Mr. f'e- i Riislinc's Anglican Church, with Rev. K. L. Crisficld officiating. Interment will follow in lhc 1'i'lcrans ('Id! in Mountain Ccinclcry. Mros. Ltd.. of I.'unc.i-al Ser- ton radio station CKLC. The minister was replying lo Mr critici Mr. Benson. ,n a telephone in- criticism Tuesday night from J. Garnet Brown. Nova Scotia Patrick Nowlan, Conservative minister of highways, for own- MP for Annapolis Valley. shares in a Halifax cable Mr. Nowlan lold a party i TV company. Mr. Brown said he has "no m- meetmg ,n LawTcncetown. N.S..; ,enUon of of Two Alberta lotteries to be be Id lha "there shot, d be a change j my n .shares as long as (hey do nol m the Broadcasting Act so that with J jn no minister of the Crown enmcni b shfiuld hold such a position in lhc communications media which can so influence public opinion." Me is nol a member of the KDMOKTON' 'CP) In our hearts she will live tans able lo buy tickets! and does nol vole in its affairs, forever. fw. lotteries, one I Jl1'. Benson said. hvcr rcmemlKTcd by Mrs. for and onc for nea Aiunro and family, i i( amiounccd here. Mrs. I-ran Lund and family. of Kinsmcn Deaths Yesterday Iber- i company's board of directors; TIIK CANADIAN I'HKSS K.AVOli TIII.N Bd'ITLK.S S4I imniiKN In loving mem- ory of our dear father and gr.iiKllalher. John Dorren. who passed away December 10. IWfi. No length of time ciin t.-'ke Otlawa-Dr. J. David Power. chairman of the anesthesia department in the University of Ottawa faculty of medicine, WINNIPEG fCP) There is i after a long illness. will sponsor lhc S.iO.OOO "Kin- no reliable evidence thai in-''; slaks" to raise money for ser- creasing the deposit on bever-' vice club projects throughout ''Su containers will motivate the province. people Io bring more of them Clubs of Alberta announced it lers estimated. 'Hie rale for the (limit r IKKS been ,'ibout p( t n 11 I Mr I'elci1.-. was rr li in advance of dc- Inei} soriation SauiCO lottery funds tor a tinifarm camp near Nordegg. i central Alberta. il will hold the "ocialion said Tuesday. raise building The Farmers' Union and Co- back to the store, an official of p c r a t i v e Development As- llle Canadian Soft Drink As- Our thoughts ot vim from dav to day. Though absent you are al'.vay.s near. .Slill loved, slill missed, still very dear. Kvcr remembered ;ind missed by Hon. Hetty. Illmn- now on sale and the Kinsmen's posed to the idea NOTICE TO SPORTSMAN SMOKERS PRIZE CONTEST J. A. Whilcmore of Toronto, i youth chairman of the association's j west-; legislative committee told the: Manitoba legislature's stand-! vice. (la. Rrad and Murrav. Both tickets will cost J2. The; ing committee on municipal af- Fui'incrs' Union tickets arc fairs that his ascdaiion is up- turn- on sale and the Kinsmen's, posed to the idea of banning u tickets will he available later I non-returnable and non-reiisa-1 Vn'm month. i hie beverage containers. In Rule 5. !iie t-olice of o' !l-e Uatcsl elfeclr.p I.'.OO MIDNIGHT io'sl litnc. DECEMBtR 15. cutties iiiiist p.'tor to lime in order to lie lor will contiiuie to lie lionoied in ,iccotd.inc5 liipif terms.