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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 3a 'Hf LHHBRIDGE MSRAID 37 RMAIE HELP Saturday, Deeembei 19, !979 59 MALE FEMALE WINTER HELP WANTED i? I DEATHS FUDGE Passed away sud-cienlv in tile city on Friday, December 18, 1970, James Ed-waixi, at the age of '15 years, Moved husband of Mrs. Esther Elizabeth of 419 Ri-deau Couii. Born, raised, and educatetl in Halifax the late Mr. Fudge moved to Lethbridge in 1947 imtt for the piisl five years was ticket agent for the Greyhound Bus Lines. He was also well known in the city as having boon a past member oE the Letlibrid'ge Lions Club. Besides his loving wife he is also survived by his mother, TMrs. Phvlles Oiurcli of Halifax, two daughters, Shirley Ann and Marie Louise, and one son Allen Jaraes all at home. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Monday, at the Memorial Chapel. 703 13 Street North, with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. ft CARDS OF THANKS CULLEU We would like to extend our sincere thanks to the doctors a n d nurses of the High River Hospital; also friends, neighbors and relatives for flowers, cards, food asd concern during our recent mishap. Culler family. 1191 T'ETKAXECH We would like to express our thanks for the many kindnesses shown while residing in Coaldale. Your help and thoughtfulness is surely appreciated. We would warmly welcome any visits to our new home at Gofdcn Acres. A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you "lemonami 1 CHRISTMAS CARDS BLANCHAKD I'd like to wish my many friends and relatives a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. -Vi Blanchard. 1146-19 MEMORIAMS MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST. STARTING surly Jinuiry. Reply Box Ml, SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. MATES. JONES ROOFING. In loving memory of a beloved wife, mother and grandmother, Mary Veres, who passed away December 19, 1968. remembered and sadly missed by husband Alex Veres and family. 1209 JOHNSTON In memory o( our parents, Fred Johnston, who passed away December 20, 1961 and Hesperia Johnston, who passed away Fc.bruary 5, 1965. remembered b y Dorothy and Gordon. 1210 family Service COUNCILLOR S.S.W. or related experience. Opportunity In young growing agency Cose with families and involve ruent with community preventive pro dromes. Startlnq BUlitrv with hen? fits. j Giviny Resume, I I 20 7th A. WELCOWE AWAITS YOU Al CJueen Victoria Inn. Ideal winter fur nlsrted ficconunodoflon. Indoor rieatet pool, an Una, downtown, rear Wllh or without meals. Of f season rates: Mr. P. G. Hartnell, Mar., 655 Douglan SJ-, Victoria. COCKTAIL HOSTtSS. PHONE HY'S FOR APPOINTMENT. AFTER 3 P..M. C 171 7- RAVEN 1339 9th ST. N K tcheii cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. 327-3279 S8 MALE HELP BUILDING, C6MEN7 work find stuccolncj. Anderron ono Sorensor. Construction, 1020 7lh Ave S. PhofH SERVICE ST4TIOH ATTENDANT WIIB box 1J1, Herald. TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE Phone or 327-3J38. COOKS HELPER REQUIRED. PHONE HY'S FOR APPOINTMENT, AKTER 1! m-7317. STEINER CEMENT WORK old basements dug, weter proofing. In auredf frss Phons AND YARD CLEAN UP Phone or 327-S438. C A R E T 1 K E FOR THE F. P SCHOOL, FORT MACLEOD !n wrl'lnq with references to Ihc fchMl. 4-1? r.m. W hour FULLY IfJSURED TREE SUR-IGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 338-2094. CLEAN-UP. ALL KINDS OF lurik hauled awiiy. Tree trimmlnq Assistant TEACHERS BY TENDER 1968 Ford Mustartq Serial number flR01C122i77. May b- Inspected at Pin cher Creek Motors, Pincher Creak, A! berta. Tefms cash. Tenders must be received by noofi Wednesciday. December 23rct, 1970 at th" of the Sheriff, Cour House, Fort Macleod, fllberlar anc must be accompanied by a certlflec cheque for of the ainount of the tender. MarV envelope "Tender for car. File 0-5102." The highest or any fender wi i not necessarily be accepted. Deposits of unsuccessful Tenderers w) be rsturned lo address shown on tender. submit request .RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) The kidnappers of Swiss Ambassador Giovanni Bucher have submitted a list of 70 prisoners they want released as ransom. Brazil's president met with his cabinet today to consider its authenticity. The list was delivered to news1 agency after an anonymous telephone tip Friday and was then turned over to the gov-ei-nment of President Emilio Garrastazu Medici. Along with the list was a note that said Bucher, k i d a a p p e d Dec. 7B would be freed unharmed after the prisoners arrived in Cuba or Algeria. Authorities said privately that they are holding talks with the Algerian and Chilean embassies to arrange political asylum for the prisoners and to fly them, out of Brazil. Brazil does not have diplomatic relations with Cuba, but Chile does. The note made no mention of other previous demands by the terrorists, which had included publication of a revolutionary manifesto and free passage ou Rio suburban trains during negotiations. The government balked at those conditions but indicated that it would exchange the prisoners. TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING Under Winter Works Program. arc now able fo trim trses and {redoes very economically, Call us for tree 327-5M1. WANTED Seaulonal inaft'JcTnrs for .Vuth-Science subjects up to the grode 12 level, in ocddetnic, upgrading program, adults January 4. 1WI to Aorlf 30, 197 PiMSt uhwis er Dr. Melvin 3. Tacg, Medicine Hat i Vedlcfne Hot, C vvslvina and irv-ntory Some 1MW IHIInc ,V.RS. MOL" PERSONNEL POULTRY AND A special greeting to all of our relatives and friends for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and LawTence (Woody) Dyck and family. 1194 VOS Mr. and Mrs. John Vos and family wish all their friends and relatives" a joyous Christmas and a year of continued happiness. 1195 KOIITHU1S We wish all our friends a Merry Cliristmas and a Happy New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Harry FRIERS AND ROASTING CHICKENS ready 37 cents per Ib. on doien lot. Free delivery. Custom killing. He -1 mirth DycV, Coaldfile. Phone 345-3334. L.5HTH3RIDGE, PETS AND TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS lit th" Estate of MICHAEL GANGUR, late of the City of Lsthbrldge, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the and doy of September, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitor by the 53rd day o! January, A.D. 1971, B full statement of their claims and of securities held by them, ROMAN SCHOLDRA, ESQ. 535 13th Street North Lethbrldge, Aiberla Solicitor for the Executrix BLACK TOY POODLE stud servrts. ASSISTANT TAX SUPERVISOR YoUrJG >A.iN REQUIRED BY A MEDICINE HAT SCHOOL DISTRICT 1 NO. 76 is requireo for Oral in Grades VIII and IX In Ale-xsnaro Junior High Sctiool. The fit Intsoe" program Is In use. Duties to coTimenos inunediately and continue until Junt 00th, 1971. 1S6M970 salary schedule offers up to per annum depending upon training and experience. Forward appllcsilon; and inqoirien to: M. Riddle 5uperlntendent of Schools Medicine Hat School District No. 76 WI First Ave. 5, W. MEDICINE HAT. Alba'rtt C! BLACK TOY Eight weeks old. Phone after 5 p.m., 328-7413. PUPPIES TO BE GIVEN away. Chihuahua for sale. Phcne i 732-J692, Picture Butte. 110o- EXPERIENCED IN PROCESSING ASSESSMENT NOTICES AND TAX BILLS APPLICABLE 'TO R F A L T Y, LOCAL IMPROVE-.VENTS AND BUSINESS. COMMENSURATE V; I T' H .3UALIFICATIQHS. EXPERIENCE AN'D ABILITY APPLY IN WRITING, GIVING FULL PARTICULARS OF QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE TO BOX 132, HERALD. SHEPHERD PUPS FOR sale. Ready ro qo. Debbie Eaglesoc, Fort Macleod. 23-M226. CARDS HALL A Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year, to all our friends. -Dr. and Mrs. H. Hall. 1144-19 HOLLDIAN With every good wish for happiness at Christmas and throughout the New Year. Rav, Maxine and boys. FULLY grown males and Also pup-plesJ After i p.m., 1213 3rd Ave. A S. Phone 32S-3-i23. girls. 1196 AltMITT To our many friends and relatives in Lethbridge area, a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year. Instead of cards we are giving a dona-lion to The Elizabeth Garvin Memorial Fund of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Mary Armitt and George 1197 WOLFE To all our good friends and relatives in Lethbridge and district, a very Merry Cliristmas and a very Happy Neur Year. and Amanda Wolfe. 1199 FOLKJNS To all our good friends and relatives in Lethbridge and district, a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Bert and Trera Folkins. POODLES BROWN and black. Registered and shots. and up. Meal Chrislmas [jiffs. 389-2043. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate cf: VERHE ALFRED PARKINS, late of Magrath in the Province of Alberta.- Mechanic, Deceased, who died on Jhe 6th day of November, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of tho ufaove named must file with the undersigned solicitors by ihe 26fh day of January, A.D. 1971 a full sfsternen! of their caims and of securities held by them. VIRTUE RUSSELL MORGAN VIRTUE MORRISON AND HEMBROFF Barristers and Soilcltorc 105 McFarland Building Lethbrldge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executor" Passed away in the city on Thursday. December 1970, following a brief illness, Wilbur Roy, at the age of 75 years, of 422 9 Street South, Moved husband of the late Mrs. Doris Johnston. Born in West Virginia the late Mr. Johnston came to the Bow Island district in 1911. Following several years residence ui B.C., Central and Southern Alberta, he returned to Lethbridge in April of this year where be has resided until his nassing. fie was a member of the Canadian Legion. Survivers include three sisters, Mrs. Iva Sanders, Mrs. Etta Sanders, both of Montaua and Miss Meral Murray of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday, in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3 Avenue South, with Capt. T. Kieth Sayers officiating. (Please note courtesy parking rear of chapel.) Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1755 tmUHV Passed away in Calgary on Thursday, December 17, 1970. Mrs. Edith Drary, of 217 1411] St. N., Lethbridge, beloved wife of the late Mr. Charles Henry Drury. Born in Blyth, Northumberland, England, hi 1890 the late Mrs. Drurv came to Canada in 1925. From 1945 until I960, she resided in Trail, B.C. and for the past four years, has lived in Lethbridge. She was past mistress of the Star and Crescent Loyal Orange Benevelant Association No. 215, Calgary; past mistress of the Lest We Forget Lodge L.O.B.A. No. 475, Trail, B.C.; past preceptress of Crystal Loj'al Orange Lodge No. 29, Trail B.C.; past president and charter member of the Eagles Auxiliary No. 2338, Trail, B.C.; and past Honorary lioval Lady Lodge No. 15 OORR, Trail. B.C. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Albert (Elaine) Has-kovitch of 2304 Palisade Dr., S. W., Calgary; three grandsons one sister, Mrs. J. (Flo) Percy, of Attadale West Australia; one brother, George Dobson of En-eland: two nieces, Mrs. Frank (Elsie) Harvey of Casltegar, B.C. and Mrs. Stan (Mary) Crozier of Attadale, West Australia and one nephew. Mr. Les Percy of Sangudo, Alberta. The funeral service will be held on Monday at p.m. in Martin Bros, "diapel. 812 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge, with Kcv. R. E. Eskdale officiating. Please note: Courtesy parking at rear of diapel. Interment will follow in the family plot in Mountain Cemetery. Those who wish, may donate to the Purple Cross Fund, in care of the Order Of 'Hie Roval Purple. No. 15. Trail, B.C." Martin Bros. Ltd.. Lethbridge, Directors of Funeral Service. SIX WEEK OLD CHI-nuahua Tjrrier cross puppies. s20. each. Apply 1-106 4th Ave. N. Phor.e 328-3509. 1520- REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY OFFICE BOY Neat appearing applicants Tiusi have driver's licence and be willing to work for future advancement. imum grade eleven requir-APPIT IN PERSON ro THE BUSINESS OFFICE LETHBRIDGE HERALD XI CHRISTMAS PUREBRED Cocker Spaniel alx weeks old. Sliver Pekinese puopy, eight v.'eeka. Will board dogs for Christmas. Coutta Highway Kennels, 327-5817. EDUCATIONAL A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Ellbft tells you lio.v. Phone 328-343i. Columbis School of IS A PUPPY Two black, and tan registered rnalo Dachshund, S50. hold until December 23rd. Phone 327-3395, days; 328-SHO, after i D.m, or We would like to wish all our friends and relatives a very Merry Chrislmas and a Happy New Year. The Aitken's Frank, Bobbie, Debbie, Hoss and Deena. MUSIC TROPICALS Freshwater -T- Goldfish Marina Aquariums plants and supplies. Custom make and repair aquariums, pumps, heaters, stc. 907 7th Ave. S. 327-5017. LESSONS 'BRASS REEDS PERCUSSION INDIVIDUAL 0 R CLASS LESSON'S HOURLY OR MONTHLY RATES PHONE 327-1790 to Tender F Tenders for General Con-_ _ Erection and I Completion of Project IA Physical Education IMJg Recreation Building STANDARD SMOOTH Dachshund puppies. and tan. also red. Sire champion Breezy Points Erelman. ilCO. Registered BenrjlM. Breezy Point Kennels, Medicine Hat. fair' wage pact awaits vote MONTREAL (CP) A two- LOST AND Alberts. aesifrd fenders addressed to Mr. S. P. Comatock, Capital Development Officer, for .the Erection and Completion of Project 1A Physical Education and Recreation Building, will be received at the of Robins Mitchell Watson, Architects and Engineers, 53) 6h Street S., Lethbrldge, Alberts up to four o'clock P.M. Mountain Standard Time, Friday, January 39, heartfelt wishes to our friends and relatives for a Merry Cliristmas and a Happy New Year. Ottie and Leo LAWSON To all our GERMAN SHEPHERD Black and Ion, four months old. Phone 327-31-42. POODLE GROOMING RAEBOURNE KENNELS COLEMAN, ALBERTA. PHONE 543-31B1. Claudia Ten-nant. Floreal Mauritius, extends best wishes for a Merry Oiristmas and a Happy New Year to her friends in Lethbridge and southern Alberta. HEAVY STEEL FOUR roller dolly painted yellow. Please phone 327-5734. Speedv Storage and Cartage Ltd. FOOTHILLS SCHOOL DIVISION NO, 38 Requires SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Tills arogrsasivs Schooi Olvtsico, bordering the dry of Calgary io the south, 171 certified staff members in !3 'jchools. The schools offer a wide curriculum fo Dimifs In grades t-li inclusive. Chisl1 Sxtcufivs Officer cf fttt 3oafd SALARY To fc-t dersrmined cwisld-aflng fluailftcatlwis anrf COMMENCEMENT DATE March 1, Scrasnwci aoolicarions will placs durlnq TUB week January 11, 1971. iFsrsoflal inrsrvte'rvs plats during Fne week cf January IB, 1971. Applicants should apply In including H complete resume of training and svperfence Secretary-Treasurer School Division No. 38 Box .-100 High River, Alberre C1741-2J1 SLUE PUPPIES THE elegant dog with a sense of with children, no doggy odor, no shedding. Born October Contact J. White, 312 ITtti Ave. S., Cran-brook, B.C. or phOfl? 424-6732. -the architects Robins Mitchell Watson to general contractors and me-pr sub contractors on deposit of a WQO.CO cheque payable To The Governors, The Un versify of Lethbrldge. Deposit will be refunded on return of documents Ir, good order, within 14 days after lender closing. Tender documents w 11 be displayed ar Construction Association Offices In Lethbridqe, Calgary and Edmonton. Tenders shall be 3ubmlttsd In accordance with rules of the Alberta Bid Depository Ltd. through the Let h-brldge Branch, amended as per Instructions to Bidders. Each fender must bs accompanied by either (s) bid bond in the amount of OR (b'J a certified cheque for not less than 10 per cent of the tender or a Bid Sond In the amount of 10 per cent of the tender. Certified cheques are to made psysbts to The Governors, The University Lethbrldge, Lethbrldge, Alberta. The lowest or any tender will fief necessarily bs accepted. Tenders will be opened In public s( The Architects' office In Lethbrldge. To all my friends, I wish a Happy Holiday Season-arid a special thank you for your thoughtfulness. In lieu of cards a donation will be sent to the Canadian Cancer Society. Doreen Swan. 1201 McELFlOY A Mem- Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our friends and relatives. Ewart McElroy familv. 1202 BAIH We would like to wish all our friends and HELP? Tht A.I.D. Centra An Referral service. Pnone 327-7323, 10 B.m.-i p.m., week days. relatives, We're wishing you gladness and lots of good cheer at the wonderful season and through the new year. and Mrs. E. R. Lawson and family. 1238 MOULTON We wish all our friends a very Merry Christinas and all the best in rise New Year. Myrna, Jim and Sheri Moulton. 1239-22 COMAI From the bottom of my I w i s h you all a Merry Cliristmas and a Happy Year. Arthur Comai 1240 MORD'AMA To all our relatives and friends, we wish you a Merry Oiristmas and Happy 'Tew Year. Sharon and girls. 1241 DO RAM Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to my friends, relatives and business acquaintances. Doram. contract affecting about members of shopcraft unions employed by Canada's major railways calls for aa eight-per-cent wage increase effective Jan. 1 and a further seven per cent in 1972. Labor Minister Bryce sey told a news conference Fri-. day the agreement, signed by negotiators for both sides, is still subject to ratification at union membership meetings. In addition to wage increases, the agreement, provides for payment of skilled differential at lowances and improved health, welfare, vacation and holiday benefits. Mr. Mackasey described if, as "very fair, indicating harmonious relations between the railways and workers." It was signed by J. C. Anderson, vice-president of industrial relations for CP Rail, and K. L, Crump, assistant vice-president in labor relations for the CNR. i v month old Purebred German Shepherd f e m a I e puppy; very Friendly, gentle, hpusebroken. 328-1695. XI ANONYMOUS Anvone drinking problem. PhOfia -t27-oW9 or OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AMD INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. SOX 341, LETHBRIDGE, PUPS ONE MALE, TWO femalss. Registered whits tiny Toy. Parents are eight nine in, high, 'weight 3V; IDS. Ready for Christmas. One brown Shetland gelding. Real gentle, atx years old. Rides and drives with a new harness. Phone 3U-2247, Coutts. A LOOK AT CUR WASHERS AND DRYERS You wwi't want to buy If vou give fnem t try. Lots of hot sofi 'water, soap ra King Koln Laur.derjtts, 1365 3rd 3. C FUR BEARING SPECIAL pet Chlnchliles for sals. Phone 327-B237. Tor nlfiamlng teeth. Improved formula, New Year. Johnny and Neva Bair. quickly. Special with Tooth Brusli only 98 cents at Boyd'a Pharmacy Ltd. and Drugs. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES To all our rela-ives, friends and neighbors, the Jest of the Season to you all. Bill Willie Gay Do ycy havs a problem drinker !r. your' homs? There's Information, yn-srsfsndlng snd help for you. P.O. 8ox Lethfcrldge or phons Larry Carol 338-7871, Jane OKANAGAN 27 UNIT MOTEL. Coffee shop and dining lounge. 180 ft. safe sandy beacn. Full price down. Call L. Parker, Osoyocs, 8.C. DEPARTMENT LANDS AND ALBERTA FOREST SERVICE INVITATION TO TENDER SEALED TENDERS With words 'Tender for one only 3CMB Bell Helicopter Sid No. 7-71 Alberts Forest Service" marked on the envelopes will ;e received until a.m. Mountain Standard Time 15th clay of January, 971, at the Albsrtii Service Depot, Box 7040, Postal Station M, 10625-120 Avenue, Edmonton 30, Al-jerte, to supp y the following aircraft omplete wlln and Maintenance personne for forest fire jassenger and freight transport In con-Tect on with Forest Protection, (20-iB Sell The Minister cF Lends and Forests The Minister) reserves right to reject any or sll of the tenders and he lowest tender will not necessarily ba accepted. Operation% to b? In of Alberta and In border areas as required from the 15th day of May 971 to the 15th day of July, 1971 plus sxlension or renewal periods If any. Any successful bidder must obtain rorn the Air Transport Committee oer-m sslon to operate for the charter per-od throughout tne Province of Alberts j and adjacent border areas as re- j 3'jlred by Jr.s fire situation wimouf re- i yard Io protected boics. PUBLIC OPENING of tenders will akc place- in Confer ents Room, Mberta Foreit Service Depot, located it 10MJS-1SD Avenue, Edmonton, Al-jorta, a! p.m. M.S.T, isth day cf January 1971. Tenders must bt jubniilieti on orms erovirfpd by tne Minister, which 'together with additions! Infor-nation may tx: obtained from the Fire ..onfrol Dlspfltcner at the agio A'borfa corejl Service Depot, Phone .1204 SAND] I AM We would like to wish our friends and relatives a Very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. Elizabeth and Hick. 1203 tjUALLH' We wish all our riends, relatives and neighbors a very Merry Christmas and a lappy New Year. and Ev Quallj'. 1203 OSEEN Christmas Greetings and a Happy New Year to ill our friends and relatives. Alfred and Ellen. 1MB FREED I would like to wish all my friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. .-Gladys Freed. 1207 ASPLUND We would like to wish all our friends and relatives a Merry Cliristmas and a Happy New Year. In lieu of cards we are donating to the Cup of Milk Fund. Darryl and Nancy Aspluud. 1208 'WORK IDEAL FOR semi-retired male or female. invsstmsnt, per week, work. Wholesale retail furniture outlet in Calgary. Bgy. 126 Herald. "For more information. ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAK Omy 115.0 Oper mcntn applies to' purchase i New or used HEINTZMAN PHONE Whip up 2 dramatic hats cold and for wet days! Luxury on a budget! Make fabulous fur hat of real or fake rurs by the yard, visor cap of crinkle or plain plastic. Save a 'ortmie! Pattern one size fit.s all. KlI'TY CENTS (coins) lor each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each >attern for first-class mailing ind special (o: HIE LETHHHIO'lE HERALD {cadcrn Mail Limited >o Front Street West roronto !r Ontario. IS BIG BUSINESS Our company is expanding ogalr and requires distributors fo sarvlc'e routes of vending mgclilnas. ROUTES ESTABLISHED. AREAS AVAILABLE IN CALGARY, EDMONTON, AND ALL PARTS OF ALBERTA AND SASKATCHEWAN. NO SELL. ING. NO SOLICITING! Car h required! Six to (en hours per can run s smat) route. Income commensurate with Investment and effort. Earninos can arow Io il.OCO, CiisiT Investment of S4GO. jequirsd. Fully secured by -n-ventcry Yts, will consider part j time operators -.vno icoxir.q fcr ,ir. deal supplement income situaticn, but he or snc muif minded. do not v.'aste yoijr time or ojrs if you're looking to with a few vending Sincere people who proparod fo this corn-psny's, principle; of "on hcoesl day's pay fcr an' day'; may firsl let'Sf -Jbould tontetih youf j nunitwr arc! iuf'lci'nt reter-ijncei to verity. Send all So: SEA DISTRIBUTING LTD 74" LOANS INVESTMENTS" j LIMITED rSTABLISHE-D Wi '-'oii Phcrs i. Farrrr 3rtj r-anehfl-. City c-r To-.'-r. 39 FEMALE HELP WANTED PART-TIME OR PULL TIME AV-wage S5i to JIBS weekly servicing customers In established area. Phone 3I7-1U1. CUSS-ff TOURING CLUB MEMBER Membership S3 and gel your free program f. MAACK Box 713. Coaldole XXX MEN'S HYGIENE PRODUCTS Ariulh Only SPECIAL OFFER fcof T? difforsriT, Imported l FAMOUS S5 Nick and Esther wish to extend a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to ail their friends and relatives. 1243-24h NEMETH We would like to wish you Peace, Joy and Happiness for Christinas and the New Year. and Helen. 1244 WIERSEMA George and Dorothy Wiersema and family all our friends and relatives, we wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New-Year. LETHBRIDG6 COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invifas applications fof the positions CATALOGUER DUJlES: To orqanife the cnfatwuj- -Iff; deoarfmen! cf a developing cc'- library. This includes the ?st3b- 1 tlshrnen! of authorities, cataloguing of monographs and n d documents in the Library cf 1 clossificollon, and .luocrvislcn ct technical processes. QUALIFICATIONS; i B.L.3. rrorr Accredited school fij-o o" mo" vssra sxperience in L.C. clnssifkatiiy.. Xrowledge of anc! aasst- LIBRARY ASSISTANT DUTIES. ad j WEST Funeral sen-ice for tienry Jamei taiuvt-u husband of the late Mrs. Janet West who died in the city Tuesday. Dec. 15, after a long illness at the sge of 93 years, held at, p.m. Thnrs-dav. Dec. 17. 1970. in (lie Mem-orial Chapel, 703 Mltli SI. N., with Rev. R, K. Kskdale officiating. Pallbearers were M. Mattell, R, W. Uarltcit. M. T. Osccki. W- J. Crk'gh-torassed away December 2o, The years are swiftly passing, But still we don't forget, For in the hearts thai loved you. Your memory lingers yet. Kvcr remembered by her husband Sig; Gerry, Waily and family; Floyd, Ruth and family Mr. and Mrs. E. Pfizcnniaior, Dorecn and Ralph wish to eitend a Merry Christmas and Happy N'ew Year to all their friends. 1223-21 (Joril-'KKV r wish to es-ciKt n very Merry Christmas nml a very Happy New Year to all my friends. Godfrey. 122-1 nnii'ril Mv sincere wish or all mv friends and neighbors s that liic wonderful blessings >f Christmas he with them Jiroughout the Now Year, and t-.'frt.'.trv; The Director of Personnel LftthbriHqc. Albert PLEASe RfcAO VOUR AD a.j '.Ov i tAP.ii fu'fJ T ir: 'Imc "if f: tier. 1 I'.VALL, 'A P fJ G, SPRiYINH ClVflltfl FJetT 0 1 t1 U HI LU1, MONEY TO LtND noimcw! here it has readwd '.l-..'l''' _- ,Vi. (-OUMF-CJUS r-.vf-Rfjf-M sgreciiKMM. in principle with ''.O'-N" ami Tesas Oil Co. LUI. sV' Scrvifi 1 ;c 10 I' C 1) ,t S C O.U flf and for 31.5 CRiit6 a share, J in 'tor-tAnf ,y cc'.fl.-iA. f.ot- w Ctiarlcs S. (xfl, presideiK. of 'Vr'11 commerelat Dccalta. said A formal offer will >e made to Weslcm and Texas vu' i pliarf-'hoHirrs in Kcbnuin. Di- 1 i Nrr-.ti rftu ors of We-sU-rn iuid TOXJIS i farmi.TS-Mcrchonth I rust IndicutCfl tluy will tender w ''V .i'.y M8-551S of UlClT slwlVOS M'hCO 1-ho ''VwiJ5' j nia! offer is ;