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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD Wednesday, December 15, 1971 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT 1971 ft1 j FT MlulppFd. first OUT. ('IK! PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. ller and parts; 'r' SPECIAL PURCHASE OF PlSCOr-JllN LOW N 0 F> A PRICES. ALL NISHF.D. t.6 RFC.UL.Ar-: 53 FEMALE EMPIOYMENT WANTED win PMIYMI in Mr now- 4V A 16 54A LICENCED NURSERIES KkMX.il KUOP DAY (_AkE CENTRE ttiikiM-fi, si. lo six years. Ptione C6947-tl CQSTANZO'S DAY CARE F'honV C8J.19-6J 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED P '0 'RE- n man, Fl P B A N K Rl flppc O110-1 F, REQUIRED B TRUDY COALHURST MOBILE HOMES Phone 327-3744 ;F.D POST n i i c-j f JJeatL, Juntrab, "Oh that's a box of candles 1 bought for your dad's birthday cake." Come and Visit TRAILER CITY SCAMPER TRAILERS WE HIVE LEFT IfJ STOCK' M. 3-18 ft. i in. 3-8 It. 5 in. campers ft. in, 3-U ft, fi in. loaded All 197) units priced NEVER SAVINGS PAY AS YOU CO'.VfJ WENT. W A C. UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS 58 MALE HELP WANTED SALEMAN REQUIRED or re IRBY VACUUM SALES SER- E KIRBY COMPANY OF LtTH- BRIDGE 326-8962. 3751-if 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. 5ER- E on all makes of washers and 'ers, automatic or conventional. Also small appliances, 'awn mowers, ;ns, vacuum n'c. Na mb arge nr too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, P05 3rd Ave. S.-Phone 327-4456. C7353-tf COFFEE SHOP, RESTAURANT Beer iinrl wine license applied (or, din. ing louncj'J. Price Exclusive. Ladies dress shcp with slock and buildings General garage and ourant, only Write L. Handley, Oox 105, CoalcJale Oliver Handley Real Estate Ltd. C904-1 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS 69A WINTER ACCOMMODATION UNITED MOBILE; HOME DIVISION CLEAR OUT SALE (New and Used) LOW oo'.vrj BANK RATF FINANCING, CEPTED. N. ____ OATH. DOWNTOWN, NEAR PARKS. FOR C910I5-4 SPECIAL OFF SEASON RATES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY WRITF: pr-HV'irS WANTED LICENSED, MANAGER, MR. P. G. HARTNELL, fourth year iV 655 DOUGLAS STREET, VICTORIA, expanding Ford Dealership B.C. 4533-17 growing cf over j______________________ K' give 69B TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES tondilions. E.ccellenl rer- j____________________________________ iti-n hunfinc. rrr p--vine; Si parks. Apply fc SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall, Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties Farms and ranches. City or Town Lowest interest rates available. Firs and second mortqages. C9067-H PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREB5, OFFICE 264-6011; RESI- DENCE 152-6863, ANYTIME. 271-tf 75 CONTRACTS j 59 MALE-FEMAIE I HELP WANTED TO EARN AT ci- i i i r CUSTOM BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS MOTORS, Charier Flight Information to j rooms, renovations. Call Ted Bing- BRITAIN EUROPE HAWAII ham construction. 327-378-1. d078-tl MEXICO The most economical way to travel I ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. 1 Write us for details SUN FUN HOLIDAYS 400 Lancaster Blclg., 304 8th Avenue S.W., Calgary 2. Phone 269-1487 1 NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG. I ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 323- 57d5. CIHS-Tt i ALL REPAIRS CHIMNEY, FIRE- I place, cemt-nf, brick, painting and I Renovations and rsis- inn. 328-1055. C7958-H I FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, 1 dug, water proofing. In- surcd, tree estimates. Phcne 327-82B6. 3131-BJ C3441-H Corner 3rd Ave. 3rd Si. 5., Lethbridge Phone 327-0822 or 327-1730 45 AUTOS WANTED CATERING SUPERVISOR Medicine Hat, AlCerta. FOR FULLY INJURED TREE SUS- 1 CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. i PHONE GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson end Sorenson Construction, 1030 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6SE2. C7377-tf FENCES OUR WINTER WORKS PRO- giving free estimates c" trimming r. Special discounts will be al- tr-g mc-fith of December. e 327-34J1. FRAMING, FINISHING. mi cupboards and al( your Free estimates. workmanship, 3-15-3-193. .J15A-31 I 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED TOWNV COUNTRY MOTCP.S PHONE 323-3654 HAMILTON BUILDER AND FINISH- ER RUMPUS ROOMS, INTERIOR DECORATING, CUPBOARDS. ALL PHASES OF FINISHING. PHONE PAINTING PAINTER, CITY OR PHONE 327-E72I, EVEN- 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED required for 71 bed hospit- ol. Duties commence January 1, 1972. Address replies to 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES or 7jj, Mrs. M. Harding, Director of I KITTENS TO WANTED CHAROLAI heifers. Fort Maclecd. DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF: T charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. P'tcil, laber, Phone 328-133i, LetiifcrirJge. C-C75-; I Nursing, Tcber General Hos- !____ Phone 328-2247 j FOR SALE CHIHUAHUA I Poodle cross puppies. Phone I after 5 p.m. J62M7 HORSES WANTED end Sizes. ALSASK John Drewry Phcne EssoRs. !62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES THREE MONTH OLD SIAMESE CHO- colatepoint kitten for sale. Phone 3J5- 3S53. -1643-17 ONE MALE, ONE FEMALE TOY Terrier Pomeranian cross puppies. Phono 752-3636, Raymond. J492-15h LTD. Fhone 327-30-13, 65 LOST AND FOUND 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES VMNTED i WANTED i white fluffy j 3I8-B276, afTer GOOD HOMES FOR kittens. House Ira inert. 7 p.m. LOST DEC PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS GFT one for Christmas. 1213 >d Ave. A S. j Phone 378-3423. 4M7-I1 1 LOST SMALL WHITE DOG long hair. Distinctive feature Hair 5T hfl5 rut arnund face. Answers i to M'jffy. Phone 326-7396. ATTENTION HOME OWNERS OF CROWSNEST PASS AREA Aluminum company of Canada, Ed- monton division have work crows in your area now modernizing homes and inbtaliinci our aluminum colored siding. HOME "OWNERS INTERESTED IN HAVING THEIR HOME REMODERN- IZED IN A PERMANENT FINISH NO PAINTING INSTAU ATION. BEAUTIFYING AND A 20 YEAR WRITTEN GUARANTEE ON LABOR AND MATERIAL US SCRAP STEE' CAST 'RON COPPER Radiators Batteries VARZARI IRON LTD. SCRAP YARD, 3309 Ind AVP. N TakPda for 3J5-3I71, 15C5 HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals StefHs -no ca Batteries, radiators. DAVJS ENTERPRISES e. S. Plv SCRAP IRON Radio fors Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 306 33rd St. North CMi-tf BERNARD PUPPIES FOR SALE each. 756-3408, Stirling. Powell your Alcan Rep- CONTACT 66 PERSONAL "EMERY'S hNI ER iAINMENT DOBERMAN PINSCHER sals. Reatlv lo go (or Chri? 328-S201. FIVE CHIHUAHUA PUPS FOR SALE, i Ready for Christmas. Phone 323-61J9. JftlJ-20 j SCOTTISH DEERHOUND MALE PUPS, SI 51. Willow-Crest Box Snsk. At.tfi. MINIATURE POf1DLE PUPS 1588-iBi formation and estimates, at FOR the Blairrnore Motel, u n I i I ise'-ifi December 22. 457B-17 IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT PURE- Miniature Sliver Poodles, 575. 323-4543. 4473-15 PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers Ehau'd read thoir adver- tisements ,-tnd REPORT ERRORS in lor ibe npvt insertion. The Leth- Her aifj ii- re'.ctinisble for orily lh" incnrrert insertion. PUBLIC NOTICE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyore with n drinkinq oroblem. Phone 327.8049 or 328-32J6, after t; m. JhanM, U n emoriaini Slain man's gets a month BIRTH FI.UTCHEK Santa Claus arrived early at the Herbert F. Fletc'hcr home in West Mil- ford, N.J., leaving a brother tor Geoffrey. Timothy Morgan was born December 11, 1971, and weighed 8 Ibs. 7 ozs. Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. H. K Fletcher, Faifax, Va. and Edna McLeod, Lethbridge. 4613 DEATHS ROWE Passed away sud- denly al the residence on Tues- day, December 14, 1971, Mrs. Ada Marian Rowc, of 6211 12 St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. George 0. limvc. The late Mrs. Howe was born at London, Ontario, and came west to Edmonton with her family in 1901. She was edu- cated in Moose Jaw, Vancouv- er and Branksome Hall. Tor- onto, and came to Lcthbridpe from California in 1927 and has resided here ever since. She is survived by her sister, Miss Lillian McN'air and several nieces and nephews and was predeceased by her husband and four brothers and one sis- ter. The late Mrs. Howe was affiliated with the Lcthbridge Shrine Auxiliary, a member of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.D.E. and a member of S'L Andrew's Presbyterian Church. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, December 16 at a.m. in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officating. In- terment will follow in Mounain View Cemetery. Friends may pav their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL, 812 3 Avenue S., courtesy parking at the rear of the Chapel) phone 328-23G1. Flow- ers are gratefully declined and donations to your favorite char- itv would Ire appreciated. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C9I11 LEWIS Passed away in Raymond on Sunday, Decem- ber 12, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Harold Herbert Lewis, at the ace of 85 years, of 1407 30th St. i.'., Moved hus- band of the late Mrs! Maude Ann Lewis. Bora in Manistee Michigan, the late Mr. Lewis moved to Tacoma, Washington in the early IfiOO's. to Vancouv- er in 1910, 'to Saskatoon in 1924, to Calgary 1" 1927 and lo Drum- heller in 1941, where he was a well known Bulk Oil agent un- til retiring in 1961. He moved to Le-hbridge in 1969, where he has resided until his passing. The late Mr. Lewis was a past ember of the Calgary Shrine, ast president of the Drumhell- er Rotary Club and past presi- dent of the Drumlieller Cham- jer of Commerce. Predeceased by his wife in 1962, he is sur- vived bv two daughters, Mrs. (Linda) "K. G. Bryant, Califor- nia, Mrs. Viola Sealy, Ballle- 'ord Saskatchewan; one son, Mr. Harold E. (Harry) Lewis. Lcthbridge; seven grandchil- dren and two great-grandchil- dren. The funeral service will >e held on Friday, December 17. at 7 p.m. in Martin BVOF. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott of- iciating. Interment will follow DEATHS Passed away in the city on Tiiesday, Decem- ber 14, following a brief illness, Mrs. Jennie Estellc Brownlee, beloved wife of the late Mr. John Arthur Brownlee. Born in Leeds, the late Mrs. Brownlco came first to Lucky Strike in 1909 and to Lcth- bridge in where she has resided until her passing. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Chinook Pen- sioners. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. (Lois) E. Oli- ver, Calgary, and one son, Mr. Klnicr L. Brownlee, Lucky Strike; nine grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her hus- band in 1969 and by one daugh- ter. .Mrs. Lillian McLaren in I960. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at 1 :00 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev. A. T. King officiating. ment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, friends are asked to donate to the Brian Jones Me- morial Fund, care of CJOC Ra- dio. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Di- rectors of Funeral Sen-ice. C9114 CHARLES Passed away in the city on Tuesday, Decem- ber 14, 1971, following a brief illness, Mr. Benjamin Charles, of 522 12 St. A North, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Kate Charles. Born, raised and edu- cated in England, the late Mr. Charles came to Lcfhbridge in 1910. He was employed bv the well known Stern Furniture Co. n the city for over 37 years until il.s closing in 196l'. at which time Mr. Charles perma- nently retired. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. L. (Gladys) Christiansen, Fore- most. Mrs. R. (Elsie) Sliarpe, Vancouver, Mrs. E. (Betty) Housley, Coalhurst; two sons. Arthur and Charles, both ol Iicthbridgc; 12 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren, and two sisters in England. The fu- neral sen-ice will be held on Thursday al 1 :.io p.m. in Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL, with Rev. R. L. Crisifield officiating. Interment will fol- low in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Those who wish may pav their respecls at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 70.-! 13 SI. N. phone m2361. Friends who wish may donate to the charitv of their choice MAR- TIN BROS'. LTD. Directors of Funeral Sen-ice. Call 2 IN MEMORIAMS j IRVINE In loving mem- ory of John Irvine, who passed away December 15, 1933. Eight years have passed since that sad day, God took him home is was His will, But in our hearts he livctli still. remembered and sadly missed by his sisters, Alice, Lillian a n d children. WATSON In memory of Phil and Freda, who passed i away December 12 and Decem-! ber 15, 196.1. Your name is often mentioned j Our thoughts in silence fiy. To the days when you were! wiih us, Those memories will never die. remembered b y the Watson. Erickson anil Huciak families. 41154 CALGARY (CP) Compen- sation of a month has been awarded lo the crippled, wid- owed mother of a man who wls apparently murdered May The Crimes Compensation Board ruled Mrs. Ruby Anges Thecdc received occasional support from .John William Lucas, and that she is un- able to work herself. The body of Lucas was found in' a field on the outskirts of the city and medical evidence indicated he had been struck on the head. The board said although no convictions have been obtain- ed in the case, it is apparent the death was the result of a criminal offence. The board also awarded to two other sons of Mrs. Thecdes who had paid funeral costs. diet Huiitle suggestion loving mem- ory of a dear wife and mother. Beatrice Brummitt, who passed away December 15, 1658. In our home she is fondly ui 11 i remembered, [3'IUUJ.CU Sweet memories cling to her; name. Those who loved her in life sincerely, Still love her in death just tlie same. remembered by Sandra, Dale, Bill. 4628 CHRISTMAS CARDS BRAAT To all our friends and relatives a Very Merry Christmas and the Best in the New Year. I Kenneth and j Tracy Braat. 4644-10, KRISTJANSON We wish all our friends a Happy Christ- mas and a Prosperous New! Year. and Grant Kristjan- son, Donna and Karen. 4639 HELENA. Mont. (AP) The Montana Fish and Game Com- mission is studying a proposal made by former television broadcaster Chet Huntley that no hunting of any kind be al- allowed in the Gallatin Canyon near Yellowstone National Park. Huntley and the Chrysler Realty Corp. have invested about million in a resort- recreation development n o rth of the park. Huntley fays several big- species are endangered in the area. He is supported in bis request by several resi- dents and businessmen. In his letter to the commis- sion. Huntley said he is alarm- ed over the fish and game de- partment proposal to allow hunters to kill 500 elk in a special season hunt in the up- per Gallatin Canyon this win- ter. Union closes door in paper dispute CARDS OF THANKS YORKO 1 wish to thank my doctors, the sisters and nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care I received while a patient there; also to Father Field, Father Gillis and the CW1. of Picture Butte, to my relatives. neighbors and friends for acts of kindness, flowers, visits and cards. Thank you all most sin- cerely. A. Yorko, Shaugh- nessy, Alta. 4669 YciRKO _ I wish lo thank my doctor. Mrs. Phalen and her nursing staff for the wonderful care I received while a patient in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital: to Father Field, Fath- er Gillis and the CWL of Pic- ture Rulte, Hie Ladies Auxil- 82-1-3-S65, Not-teford. 52 FARM EMPLOYMENT WANTED prosper.t. NEEDING UNDERSTANDING MID IN- I SSs Goal rORV.ATIOM, C01ITACT AL ANON Vulcin --------------------------------________________: FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES WAN WOULD LIKF !0fl OfJ CARL: OF PO BOX fiil, LETH- or IMdlot Any other lyp.- r! i-b m-ultl "RIDGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 3H- SCCBDIetl. Write Borumheller Cemetery. Friends lay pay their respecls at Mar- .m Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP-. 812 .1 Avenue S'oulh. (Cour- j iary In Hie F'CK for riowcre parking at tlie rear of the and cards. Also In my relatives. Chapel) phone 328-2361. MAR-1 neighbors and friends for acts TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of j of kindness, flowers, visits and 'uneral Service. cards. Thank you ail most sin- C9113 cerely. Helen Yorko, Sliaugh- QUEBEC (CP) Unions af-i j filiated with the Confederation of National Trade Unions slammed the door Tuesday on the Quebec g o v e r n m e n t's "final" effort to settle a bitter contract dispute at Montreal La Presse. But Labor Minister Jean Cournoyer tried lo keep it ajar I with bints thai he would appoint! one of his officials for further! conciliation if there was any j hope of meeting CNTU objec-1 Lions. i Mr. Cournoyer had said his i department would end com-1 pletely its intervention unless management and II ui rep- reseniing workers at the news-! paper accepted a list of settle-' mcnt proposals presented Dec. 10. Both sides were to reply by 5 p.m. the following day. While La Presse handed in its scaled reaction by the deadline, the unions asked for a delay lo clarify and discuss Ihe recom- mendations and this was I granted. FOUI! UNIONS OBJECT However, the CNTU an- nounced Tuesday that four un- ions rejected the proposals 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED "'67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS JUNIOR HIGH MUDI.NT like bnbysilMncj holidays. 230I fiih Ave. A S. Savn on ReupholMering your Furniture! 31, fni Alberta Gov- 3J11, Edmcn p.m. on De- are offered for find RHODE MAN ing quality D'J CKC. ct from Rhodesia. The diversified Req'cJ; R.R. 3, Hrgti Riv 71R1. dog, hu r. Phom> Kinq Cable Trailer, Elec- tric Brnkes, tires 1000 x 20- Lr.cation: Leln bridge Maintenance Centre ?70 Sfreet North l.cthbrldqc, Aihprtfl f nnfart- US FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE SHOOTING THE MOON Part Hotel gulled til Kelowna KELOWNA. B.C. (CP) AH guests have boon accounted for following a fire which destroy- ed Hie older section of tin1 room Royal Anne 11" lei in downlown Kelowna. li had been reported earlier lo police that one man was missing, but it found that he bad checked inlo another hotel. Damage was estimated at and SI million. PUBLIC NOTICE! NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS, nessy, Alta. while a fifth, representing office 4668; employees, accepted them on i condition that their principle de- I wish lo mands on joi) security, wages tiy Ihn Iflth driv of Jiinoni'y, A full nf their VIRTUE AND COMPANY I express my sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to the many friends and relatives for the cards and expressions of sym- pathy, floral tributes and those who brought fowl to l.lio house; In HIP pallbearers and honor- ary pallbearers; lo the doctors and nurses of tlie Municipal Hospital. A special thanks lo Rev. Dr. K W. K. Elliott for the beautiful ser- vice art! to all those who helped in any way during my recent bereavement in the passing of my dear huslmid. MacLaren. IN MEMORIAM CI.IOAVKK In loving mem- ory of my dear husband, father and Kniesl Cleaver, Sweet are Ihe memories silent- ly kept Of one we loved and will never forfiel.. l.nviiifily rememlxred b y his loving wife, Kdilh. son, ;iiid Mice Conine and family. and other mailers be added. Claude Bcauchamp, spokes- man for the journalists union, said the recommendations were unacceptable because they were almost a carbon copy of man- agement offers already known, contained many gaps and ambi- guities and the labor minister refused in advance to consider any modifications or partial ac- ceptance. Six unions affiliated with the Quebec Federation of Labor have not yet made public their reaction to the proposals. Mr. Cournoyer said after the CNTU rejection that it was un- likely the ultimatum would be changed but conciliation might continue if there was hope of settling differences with the CNTU. The conflict flared in July when ,150 production employees were locked out following break- down of contract talks. The following month Mr. Coiirnoyor named a special in- vestigator but deadlocked nego- iations sparked a union demon- stration Oct. 29 near the news- paper building during which 160 persons were injured. Two days before the protest march, La Presse, Canada's largest French-language daily newspaper with a circulation of 225.000, suspended publication. The government appointed a mediation commission Nov. f. Cardinal claims statement wrong KDMONTON (CI1) An in- correct financial statement was given to a recent Commons com mil lee meeting on spend- ing by the Indian Association of Alberta, says association president Harold Cardinal. j Mr. Cardinal said in an inter- j view that. Ihe .statement given lo I ho committee iiy Indian Af- fairs Minister .lean Chretien i n.sed arbitrary figures and was not a federal audit report as claimed but came from the de- partment's regional office here. Mr. Chretien Inld Ihe com- mittee in Novemhcr that g.iv- ernmenl auditors had been able lo identify only of 000 his department sent, to the 1 Alberta for two pro- i grams last year. This. Ihe minister said, was why his department was with- holding funds from the Indian association and not, as Mr. Car- dinal had claimed, lo bring pressure to end a school boy- colt on Ilireo northeastern Al- bt'rla reserves. Of the remaining Mr. Cbrelien said i.bont OiiO been traced lo associa- tion spending under "general but the maining had not born found hy the auditors. Mr. Cardinal slid the aetinl federal ;'iiilit report docs in fad account for all of the 000. ;