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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IFrHDRlDGE HKRAlp 58 MALE HELP WANTED SALESMAN DEALER OPPORTUNE For good Christian pwson. Full In or fi't tlrtw. Wrllo Km HtraM WANTED plai Truck drtvsr for lcc.il supplying farm and commcri.ici. bn over 25 yc.irs cr age, DrKIng e perlenca essential. However cxper In delivering bulk luel prfiferre bul not necessa'v. Wa will Jral.i eni one wllllrg to leorn. Outlet of require! soml ware Iiouse and yard work. this ad. All replies confidential. Appl Box 118, Heralcf. 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED PART-TIME OR TIME ersce S55 to StE5 weekly servicing Ful ler In established area Pnone 32MW1. CWW-t 6T TEACHERS WANTED RED DEER PUBLIC SCHOOL DI3 TRICT NO.'tOJ REQUIRES BY FEB RUARY I, 1971: .IUNIOK HIGH TEACHER FOR LAN GUAGE ARTS SCIENCE COMBIN ATIOM IN SECOND TERM OF SEM eSTEKED PROGRAM. FOR APPLICATION FORMS WRITE TO G. H. DAWE, SUPERINTENDENT OF AT.'.7 53RO STREET RED DEER, ALBERTA. C1630-15 MEDICINE HAT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 76 A teacher Is required ?cr Oral French in Grades VIII and IX In Alexandra Junior High School. Tha "Volx et linage" program Is in use, Immediately ris 3Wh, 1971. Duties lc co and conlinue u 1969-1970 salary schedule offers up To S12.500 per annum depending upon training oad experience. Forward appllcafions and inquiries to: F. M. Riddle Superintendent of School! Medicine Hat School District No. H Ml First Ave. S. W. MEDICINE HAT, Alberts C 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells you how. Phone 328-3636, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-tf 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST PHILLIPS HEARING AID, In black case. Reward. Phone 223- 4505. 1013-17 LOST HEAVY STEEL FOUR roller dolly painfed yellow. Please phons 327-5734. Speedy Storage and Cartage Ltd. C1562-19 66 PERSONAL SANTA WILL VISIT YOUR HOME. For appointment, write Box 96, Her- ald. Give phone number. 38fl-tfh NEED HELP? The A.I.D. Centre An information- Referral service. Phone 327-7323, 10 fl.m.-4 p.m., week days. C1639-25J ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wirn a drinking problem. Phone or 328-32J6, aPer p.m. SINGLE ADULTS ONLY Computer dating. Meet compal I b I e people now! Send name and address in confidence to COMMAT, Box 20612, Billings, Mont, 591Q2. 653-17 FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH- BRIDGE, ALBERTA. TEENS Do you have a problem .drlnksr In your home? There's Information, un- erstandlng and help for you. P.O. Box 861, Leihbrldge or phgne Larry J27-B340, Carol 328-7871, Jane 327-7086. C101MI December 15, 1970 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES INVEST AND WORK IDEAL FOR s em ret [red mate or feinal. Investment, per week, light, work. Wholesale retail furniture outlet In Calgary. Box 116 Herald. more In- formation. 1036-tf 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1972 College Mall Phono 328-3331 Residential, Commercial prcpert I e s. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest rotes available. First and second mortgages. MONEY TO LEND FAST, COURTEOUS EMERGENCY LOAN SERVICE Loans Quick cash to pav bills or make a purchase. Call Bruce Gullelt at Trans Canada Credit, 328. 3347. ctm-Hh 75 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTI- MATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. C153MI BORGE RAVEN 1325 9th ST. N. assing. She was a member of he Southmlnst.er United Church. Left to mourn her jassing are two sons, Frank of jethbridge and Claude of Ed- monton and one grandson. Fu- neral services will be held in he Christensen Chapel on Thursday, December 17, 1970 at p.m., with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Following the ser- nce the remains will be taken o Calgary for cremation. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service. C1673 FOURNIER Passed away n the city following a lengthy illness, Albert, On Saturday, De< cember 12, 1970, at the age of years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. A1 e x c i n a 'ournier, of 622 10 Street South. 3orn in Red Lake Falls, Minn, he late Mr. Fourm'er came to Lethbridge in 1912. In 1915 he armed in the Chin district and ater on purchased his own arm in 1921. In 1951 he retired and moved into Lethbridge where he has continued to live until his passing. He is sur- vived by one son, Kalph of Coaldale; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; one sister, Alba Dufault of Grand Forks, North Dakota and one brother, Noah of St. Boniface, Manitoba. Besides his beloved wife he was also predeceased by one sister and seven broth- ers. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Wednes- day, December 16 in the Mem- orial Cliapel, 703 13 Street North, with Rev. John W. Monies officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot in Archmount Memorial Gar- dens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C1676 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Ton eel Chinchillas fcr lale. 327-5237. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES sr- B.C Deaths Yesterday By TIIK CANADIAN' PRESS Marshal Vis- count Slim, 79, former gover- nor-general of Australia. Saint John, T. Harold McGiure, former president of the Tuckelt Tobacco Co., after a lengthy illness. Montrenl--Maj.-Gen. Freder- ick Ros Phcta, 85, 1XSO. 1IC, who won the French Croix de Giirrre in the First World War and served in England and the 6fcc- CARD OF THANKS GURNEY We wish to con- vey our sincere appreciation and thanks lo all our friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindnesses, flowers and cards received during our recent be- reavement. Thanks also 0) the doctors and staff of the bnrlgo Municipal Hospital and to Rev. King. Gtirney, daughter Eugenic and family. 1038 I 0 L -.sn, CARDS OF THANKS N.EUFELDT The family of the late John J. Neufeldt of Coaldale, who passed away Sat- urday, November, jt wish to ex- press sincere thanks and ap- preciation to the nurses, doc- tors and staff of the Coaldale Hospital; to the ministers, Mar- tin Bros. Funeral Directors and to the many friends for their kindnesses, flowers, cards and other gifts during their recent bereavement. X1763 SLAWOSKY We wish to extend our sincere thanks to friends and relatives for expres- sions of sympathy in our re- cent bereavement of our be- loved mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Sp e c i a 1 thanks to those who sent flowers and cards; also special thanks to Rev. H. Eskdale of First Uni- ted Church and Martin Bros. Funeral Chapel. a w o s k y and Dorchak family. 1037 POSTERSKI We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to the doctors, nurses and staff of the Picture Butte Municipal Hospital for the wonderful care and kindness shown over the past month and during our recent bereavement of a father, grandfather, and 'o Reverend Alwyn H. Eggles- ton. A special thanks to all who assisted in the service, to the ladies of the community for all the food they prepared and to our many friends and relatives 'or floral tributes, cards ard various acts of kindness. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Posterski and family. 1015 HIGH LEVEL Albuquerque, N.M., is leet above sea level. IN MEMORIAMS IRVINE In memory of John Irvine who passed away December 15, 1963. Sweet arc the memories silently kept. remembered and sadly missed by the family. 1017 WATSON In loving mem- ory of our dear sister and brother-in-law, Freda, who pass away December 15 and Phil ip, who passed away Decem ber 12, 1965. We cannot bring the old days back, When we were all together, But secret tears and loving thought.'! Will be with us forever. missed by LSI, Andy and Gary. 1041 WATSON In loving mem- ory of our dear father and mother, Philip, who passed away December 12 and Freda, who passed away December 15, 1965. Those we love go out of sight, But never out of mind, For they are cherished in the hearts Of those they left behind. v e r remembered by Diane, Teny, Howard and family and Carol, Aut and family. 1040 BRUMMITT Beatrice. In loving memory of our dear mother and wife, who passed away December 15th, 1968. In our home she is fondly remembered, Sweet memories ding to ber hame; Those who tovsd ber in life sincerely, Still love her In death just the name; remembered by Bill, Sandra and Dale. 1039 IN MEMORIAM CLEAVER In loving mem ory of my dear husband, father and grandfather, Ernest Cleaver. Sweet are tho memories silently kcpl, 01 one we loved and will forget. remembered b y his wife Edith, son ar.J daughter Alice Conine and family. 1002 Vietnam plunges into war FROM REUTEP. AP SAIGON (CP) South Viet- nam took its deepest plunge into the Cambodian war todav, sending a airborne force 45 miles from its borders to aid the embattled forces of the Phnom Penh government, Vietnamese military sources said tonight. The sources said the force was taken by helicopter to the ferry town of Kompong Cham on the northwest bank of the Meking River and moved out along Highway 7 into an area believed to contain strong Viet Cong and North Vietnamese forces. Kompong Chan is about 50 miles northeast of Phnom Penh and almost the same distance northwest of the closest part of South Vietnam. The sources said tonight that the Saigon government was re- luctant to become so deeply in- volved in the Cambodian con- flict, and moved only after a personal appeal to President tfguyen Van Thieu from Cam- bodian leader Lon Nol. HOLDING PRAYERS GANGTOK, Bhutan (AP) The Bhutan government is hold- ing countrywide prayers to ward off evil effects of the cur- rent "year of the dog" on tne imar calendar, officials said. RELAXES British diplomat James Crosj arrived In Zurich, Switzerland today in company of his wife in order to relax after his days of stress in the Canadian kidnap- ping case. Informants said that before leaving London, Cross was advised he cannot write a book on his exper- iences during his 60 days as o captive of the Front Liberation Quebec while he remains in government Nixon's aid bid gets green light WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate foreign relations com- mittee approved here Presi- dent Nixon's request to send aid to Cambodia. But it coupled the action with sharp restrictions and disclaimed any United States commitment to defend that country. The committee adopted a re- vised form of an amendment, approved by the Senate last June but stalemated in confer- ence by House of Representa- tives opposition, barring U.S. advisers and instructors as well as American ground combat troops from Cambodia. The committee also adopted an amendment by Senator Jacob K. Javits (Rep. N.Y.) specifying that approval of the million aid request in no way constitutes a U.S. commit- ment to defend Cambodia. v t v 'X Sometimes people get the wrong idea about a telephone system. All they see are buildings and concrete and wires and banks and banks of elec- tronic equipment set row on row. But when you step inside our work- a-day world you'll find our heart. Because today, in our world, we employ the talents of more people than ever before. Even with all bur elec- tronic equipment there are more operators on our staff this year, than last There is a lot o! concrete and wire and equipment in a telephone system. But it's all Ihere to help people like our operators make each call a littla more pleasant, a iittlo faster and a lot more convenient. And no matter how often we serve you there's one tiling we'll never be: impersonal. Because people aro the heart of our system. People are the heart of our system V y ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;