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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE BORN LOSER-by Art Sansom PUBLIC NOTICES POOLE CONSTRUCTION LTD. University of tethbridge Project No. 1 SUB CONTRACTORS Interested In quoting on installation only ot doors, mill work, asbestos board and cedar sldintj. Please contact POOLE CONSTRUCTION LTD. at tile site or Phone 328-9206 47 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLINfi and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED FULL-TIME BOOKKEEPER. PHONE 58 MALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED 327-6977, before JANITOR. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 49 MACHINERY WANTED We are In the market for good used farm machinery trucks, trailers, etc. Consignment or Cash GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Phone Days 327-3165 Nfeht. 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RAOI- ators, batteries. Highest prices. zari Iron Lid., 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-9342. C3147-H HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6261 SCRAP IRON Coppers Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying more- NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 306 23rd St. North 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED Cash Paid For Used Trucks and Cars TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 327-9355 LB-J60-H 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME NEW Year's Eve. Phone 1453-31 DAY CARE FOR CHILDREN Age1 one to six yesrs. Central south sidi location. Reasonable rates. 32B-7523. 1467-2 WOMAN REQUIRES HOUSEKEEP: Ing work on farm. Clean and a aood cook. Write Box 143, Herald or phone filter 9 p.m. 545-409J. 1468-30 54A LICENCED NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Plione 3JB.2835. 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED PART-TIME SECRETARY REQUIR- ed for general Insurance office. Ex- perience necessary. Good working con- ditions. Write Box 127, Herald. Clttfi-tf OLDER WOMAN TO COME IN. 4th EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. APPLY in person to Majorette Restaurant, 612 3rd Av( C1326-5 POSTING MACHINE OPERATOR RE- qulred immediately for bank. National cash machine. Four hours per night. Experience a must. Phone Mr. Blair at 327-579-1. C185J-tf MANY RURAL AND CITY OPENINGS. Who is an Avon representative? Someone like you who likes people, has some spare time and likes to earn money. Be an AVON Representa- tive Call now 328-7424 or write Mrs. M. Scolt, 2514 23rd Ave. .S. C1779-30 Required CLERK TYPIST FIVE DAY WEEK SALARY TO COMMENSURATE WITH ABILITY WRITE BOX 14[ HERALD Cl 302-2 58 MALE HELP WANTED PLUS REGULAR CASH BONUS for man over 40 in Lethhridge area. Take short auto trips to contact cus- tomers. Air mall President, Oept. FA, P.O. Box 70, Station R, Toronto 352, Ontario. D36 LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COL1EGE invites applications for the positions of SESSIONAL INSTRUCTORS in Hie following areas: SECURITY SERVICES QUALIFICATIONS: Preference will be given to the individual with teaching experience in the Security Guard field. Knowledge of responsibilities of this position, as well as work experience, will be considered. RESPONSIBILITIES: To draff up and organize a course for security train- ing; to Instruct and co-ordinate the course making use of special facilities and guests; to establish some out time for students to gain practi- cal experience. BUILDING CARE AND MAINTENANCE QUALIFICATIONS: Preference will be given to the person with construction experience, or who has experience as a general maintenance worker and su- pervisor of business buildings or apart- ment blocks. The successful applicant musf be able to communicate with people as well as organize and present course material effectively. RESPONSIBILITIES: To organize course according to the prescribed course outline covering areas from housekeeping to building construction as it relates to maintenance work; to instruct and provide for guest lectur- ers for the students; to provid.fi prac- tical experience for trie students. SEWING MACHINE OPERATION AND DRAPERY CONSTRUCTION QUALIFICATIONS: The successful Rnnuirfid: ACCOUNTANT TRAINEE Age 18 to 25 FIVE DAY WEEK INVEST AND WORK IDEAL FOR semi-retired male or female. "S40GO investment, per week, Caigary. Box 126 Herald. 'For more in- formation. 1036-tf SALARY TO COMMENSURATE WITH i ABILITY LOANS INVESTMENTS WRITE BOX 139, HERALD Cl 803-4 applicant perien must have had practical ex- industry as well as train- in sewing machine operation and drapery construction. Teaching experi- ence is also a prim onsideration. RESPONSIBILITIES: The instructor of the program would be responsible for instructing in techniques of sew- ing and machine operation; complete drape making procedures; numerous heading types, hem finishes on drap- ery; basic techniques of upholstery; operation of commercial sewing ma- FOOD SERVICE QUALIFICATIONS: Preference will be given to a person with experience In food preparation and service in the food industry. The successful applicant should have some teaching or super- visory experience In this area. The ability to communicate effectively is RESPONSIBILITIES: To supe vise the preparation of fouci prepared by the students. To supervise the service of food by these students in their hos- tess responsibility. To assist in prepar- ation of instructional material and areas of practical concentration. The above programs will he from January 11, 1971 to February 19, 1971 inclusive. SALARY: Commensurate with qualifi- cations and experience. APPLICATIONS: Letters stating qual- ifications and experience should be for- warded to: Gower A. Kennedy Director of Personnel Lelhfaridge Community College c-o Box 138, Lethbridge Herald Prior to January S, 1971. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1972 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial proper! I e s. Farms and ranches. City or Town. i Lowest Interest rates available. First 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES and second C181M BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells you how Phone 328-363fi, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-lf 65 LOST AND FOUND Lost Brown suede purse. Vicinity of downtown area. Phone 328-7093, after 5 p.m. 66 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wi.'h a drinking problem. Phone W-SWr or 328-3246, 7r3Q D.m. NEED HELP? The A.I.D. Centre An information- Referral service. Phone 327-7323, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., week days. C1639-I5J TAKE A LOOK AT OUR WASHERS AND DRYERS You won't want to buy if you give them try. Lots of hot solt water, soap is free. King Koin Launderette, 1263 3rd Ave. S. 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 drinker tn your home? There's information, un- erstanding and help for you. P.O. Bnx 861, Lethbridoe or phone Larry 327-8340, Carol 328-7871, Jane 327-70E6. cion-tf SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Pliona 328-7362. 6394-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day Service. "1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. RENT A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. S6.QQ ?or two weeks, per month. Free delivery and pickup. Phone 327- 2243. Singer Company of Canada, Col- lege Mall. C1812-2 MAY TAG SALES and SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers er.d dryers, automatic or conventional. all small appliances, mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. NO' job too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 90S 3rd Ave. TRANS CANADA LOANS 328-3347 Fast two hour emergency loan service. Loans quick cash to pay bills or make a purchase. Best possiole terms. Call Bruce Gullett, Trans Canada Credit. C1504-2'h NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1971 VILLAGE OF WARNER PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that the' 1971 assessment roll of the sold munici- pality, made under the previsions of the Assessment Act, ijeen pre- operrto'inspection at Ili'c office of the secretary-treasurer of the Village dur- Ing business hours and that any person who desires fo object to the entry of his name or that of any person upon the sgid roll or to the assessed value placed upon any properly must, with- in thirty (30) days from' the date of this notice lodge his complaint with !he secretary-treasurer of the Village. Dated this day of December, 1970. Phyllis Hedberg Secretary-Treasurer. 042 75 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM SCREEN AND -STORM WINQOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTI- MATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. C1539-tf BORGE RAVEN 1319 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re- modelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C6319-tf GARAGE CEMENT ____ ___ stuccoing. Sorenson Construction, S. Phone 327-6652. Anderson and 1020 ;th Ave. C7377-H INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DESIGN and finishina. Carpentry, uphotsfery and remodelling. Phone 328-9879 or 323-3856. 1319-tf FRED STEINER CEA1ENT WORK, old basements dug, wafer proofing, in- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-S5B6. C3661-H PUBLIC NOTICES INVITATION TO TENDER The Tabcr School Division No. _6 in- vites tenders on the supply of six 48 passenger school buses. Details and specifications may be oblained by con- tacting the undersigned. Tenders' must be received by January IB. 1971. R. M. Greenaway secretary Treasurer Taber School Division No. 6 p. 0. Box 1239 Tsber, Alberta PROVINCE OF ALBERTA 'DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up lo 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Monday, Jan- uary 11, 1971, for the construction of the following work: Project -J2.17-C-2, E. ot Loon Lake to N. of Lafond Creek, Mile 109.0 to Mile 154.7, Clearing, Approximate Quantity Acres. Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Build- ing, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of tlie District Engineer, 1707 Sixth Street N.W., Calqary, Alberta, and the offica of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Leihbridge, Alberla, and will be> available only to individuals regis- tered and operating in the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corpora- tions registered and operating in and who have established a (ixed place cf business In the Province of Alhcrta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy ot the Contract and Specifications taken. Ench bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10C> of Ten- der, Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not leces- sarlly accepted. L. H. McManus, Deputy Minister of trie Department of 'Highways and Transport, D39 69A WINTER ACCOMMODATION WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT Queen' Victoria Inn. Ideal winter fur- nished accommodation. Indoor heated pool, sauna, downtown, near parks. With or without meals. Off season rates: Mr. P. G. Mgr., 655 Douglas St., Victoria. 1151-ff 70 GARDENING TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-7398 or 327-2-138. PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read 'heir adver- tisements the FIRST DAY 11 AP- 'EARS and REPORT ERRORS in time 'or the next insertion. The Leihbridge Herald is responsible for only firs) incorrect insertion. JUNK AND Phone 327-7391 YARD CLEAN UP. or 327-2433. C9127-tf FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2094. 5739-tf FALL CLEAN-UP. ALL KINDS OF junk hauled away. Tree trimming and odd iohs. Phone KJ25-tf NOTICE OF PREPARATION Of ASSESSMENT ROLL 1971 VILLAGE OF COUTTS PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that the assess- ment roll of the said municipality, made under the provisions of the As- sessment Act, has been prepared and will, for thirty [301 days, be open to inspection at the office of the secret- ary-treasurer of the municipality dur- his1 name or that of any other person who desires lo object to the entry of his nname or that of any other person upon said roll or to the assessed value placed upon any property must, within fihirly (30) days from the date of this notice, lodge his complaint in writ- ing with the secretary-treasurer of the municipality. Dated this 29th day of December, 1970. G. Robinson Secretary-Treasurer. D43 Tuesday, Decnmnef 29, IWI IHI LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 grain sales in 1971 EDMONTON (CP) A re- port by the federal agriculture department says large sales of barley, wheat and rapcsecd in 11170 should offset food pur- crascsj from oilier countries. Although no figures are yet available, Hie report, by M. N. Gilford of me agriculture de- partment economics b rone h, says food sales will be higher than 1B69, the first year in mod- ern history more food was im- ported than exported in this country. Up to IMS. Canada consist- ently sold more food thaji it bought and during 1966. a iecord year, it exported SISOO more than it im- porled. "As recently as liniJi. the i value of our exports was million higher than the value of imports but in 1969 the balance tipped the other way and we showed a deficit in agricultural trade." Mr. Gifford, in a report on Canada's agricultural trade dur- ing the last decade, said the most striking development dur- ing the entire post-war period was the emergence of Russia, China and other centrally- plaimed economies as major markets, particularly for wheat. "Exports to these countries in I9GO stood at million while in 1966 their value totalled more lhan million." The main reason for poor ex- port in was "sharply-re- duced demand" by thi'se coun- tries for wheat. "Wheat and flour exports to Russia dropped to 52 million in 1909 from million in Mr. Gifford said there arc concerns on the agricultural trade horizon because the level of Canadian exports is "over- whelmingly determined b y sales." "In view of the relatively stagnant commercial demand for wheat it will he difficult for Canada to sustain an annual av- erage export level of from 350 to 375 million bushels, including (lour equivalent, over the next decade." Another complication is Brit- ain's projwsed entry into the European Common Market and a resulting significant drop in farm exports U) that second only in value to the United Slates. Expanding traditional mar- kets and opening new ones would require aggressive mea- sures such as competitive pric- ing, guarantees of supply, and promotion and development. "Potential exports will not be translated into actual sales un- less Canadian agriculture is prepared to react to the dynam- ics of international Mr. Gifford said. He anticipates some markets will be losl to Ca- nadian share of these markets is not regarded as an inherent right by new markets will have to be devel- oped. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Birmingham, Ala. Mendel Rivers, 65, chairman of the House of Representatives armed services committee and a congressman from South Car- olina since 1941. Vienna, Paul Schwarzkopf, 84. known as the "father of powder metalurgy" who owned the Plansee Works at Reutte. Tyrol. I Niagara Falls, N.Y. i Thomas J. Berrigan. 66. retired i editor-in-chief of the Niagara j Falls Gazette, who died in hos-j pital Saturday night. Adelaide, Australia Johnj Bsattie Butler, 83, last Austral- ian survive: of the Titanic dis- aster, in hospital on Christmas day. E TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS For your convp-iience. The Herald's Classified phone line (Dial 328-4411} is open from A.M. To P.M. Monday to Friday, and A.M. To P.M. Saturday Classified ads received up to P.M. will appear the following day. Ads received by a.m. Saturday will appear on AD CANCELLATIONS To cancel a Classified adverlisement, you must call by A.M. or your ad will appear in that day's edition of The Herald. THE HERALD'S WHERE TO GET IT! Businesses Services j WHO CjOOuS DOES IT! ECONOMY TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING Under Winter Works Program, we are now able to tri trees and hedges very economically. Call us for free 872-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Variety 2 Margannft ACKOSS 1 Months (abO 4 Stepped on 8 Crustacean priest 33 Possess 14 Sharpen 15 Oriental coin .16 Antipathies IS More soaked Poker stakes 21 Roman bronza appellation 22 Prima donna 17 Rescuers 24 Social unit 2G Geometric solid 27 Health resort 30 Av.-akeu 32 Arranged in folds 34 Dormancy 35 Insular 36 Manner's direction 37 Soviet stream 39 Crafts Demolish Clumsy bnat 42 Indifferent person 45 Wrinkled in Disputed. 51 Gibbon 52 Curved molding 53 Detest 5-i Free nation (ab.) 55CfiVcrswitb pttcK 56 Greek god 57 Obtain DOWS rr- L-i (Htxipapur FRIERS AND ROASTING CHICKENS ready 37 cents per Ib. on dozen lot Free delivery. Custom killing. Hel- Imuth Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES SIAMESE KITTENS ADORABLE. Reasonable. Phone 328-2473. 1379-31 CHIHUAHUA PUPS Phone 327-9608. REGISTERED PEKINGESE, REG istered Pomeranian puppies. Phone 4B6-573S. 1256-1 PUREBRED arown males and females. Also pup- pies. After 6 p.m., 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Phone 328-3J23. 531-31 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Ten pet Chinchillas for sals. 327-8237. Phone 785-tf 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CANADA IE GROWING FAST Chimo Industries Ltd. as a distributor for American Unifax re- exclusive buyers in Canada. There are no franchise fees if you are ambitious and want more out cf life. This is your opportunity to have your own business. Please contact Mr. Martin W. Schuli J712 Ross St., Red ueer or phone from Y a.m. to 5 p.m. 1397-15J Raise pensions for veterans WASHINGTON (AP) Monthly pension payments for U.S. veterans, their widows and their parents have been raised an average of 9.5 per cent in a bill signed by President Nixon. The measure also provides for a 10-per-cent increase in special allowances for those veterans requiring regular aid and care. WARNING DEADLY POISON PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: Deadly poison baits (compound 1030 Sodium Fluoracetate) have been placed on the following land within i.e. "The AA.D. of Cardsion No, 6" under the authority of the Agricultural Pesf Act, Alberta Regulation referring to compound 10BO, for coyote control in the interest of protecting livestock and poultry. 1080 BAIT LOCATIONS 1970-1971 1. J, Hamilton, Cardston S. E. 9-1-27- 2. Vernon Hall, Cardston S. W. 1 3 27 4 3. Hilda Romerit, Mountain View S. W. -1 26 4 4. Reed Olsen, Leavift S. W. 29-2-26-4 5. Chester Walburger, Leavitt N. W. 11 3-27-') fi. Gwen A. Barfuss, Hillspring S. E. 10-4-27-4 7. Ben Olsen, Mountain View N. W. 26-2-29-4 8. D. E. Merrill, Hillspring N. W. 9. Paul Walter (West Raley Colony) Cardsion N. W. 16 A 24 4 10. Leora Christensen, Magrath N. W. 22-5-23-4 11. Mike Schncyder Jr., Magrath N. W. 11 -6- 23-4 12. Larca Lee Jensen, Magrath M. W. 19- fi- 22- 4 13. Jane B. Smith, welling S. E. 7-6-21-4 14. Roger Leavilt, Cardsfon S. E. 2-3-26-4 15. Keith Ouinton- Cordsfon S. W. 29-2-25-4 16. Meryl Cook, Cardsion S. W, 9 -1 25 -1 17. Paul Hofer (Stand Off Coiony) Stand Off N. W. 34 6- 25- 4 18. Vecle Bennlon, Glenwtfod S. W. 29 5 11 4 19. John R. Entz (Crystal Springs Colony) Magrafh S. W. 2 3 ft 4 20. Jacob J. Waldner (Rockport Colony) Magrath S. W. 16-4-21-4 51. John Kleinsasser (Old Elm Colony) Magratu N. W. 17-4-22-4 11. Mike P. Entz (Bis Bend Colony) Cardston "S. E. 23-2-24-4 33. George E. Nay, Owendale N. E. 21 -2 23-4 24. R. C. Train, Del Bonita S. E. 24-1-33-4 25. Floyd Rasmussen, Del Bonifa S. E. 4-1-22-4 26. J. Alfred Rlrie, Macirath N. W. 7 2 19 t 27. Grant Ackroyd, Glemvood S. W. 13-5-28-4 28. Russell Walburger, Mountain View N. E. 3-2-26-4 29. Glenn Nish, Cardston 5. E. 1-1-24-4 You are warned to keep your dogs vay from these baifs. Removina or interferina with fhesa baits Is unlawful. Offenders will be punished to the fullest extent of the aw. These baits will be destroyed In tha spring of 1971. We request the co- operation of tiie public in this effort to protect livestock and poultry. R. G. Hawthorne, Pest Control Officer, M.D. of Cardston No. S, Cardston, Alberta. if AIR YOUR BUSINESS tN THIS DIRECTORY EVERY DAY For Only Per Line Per Ph. 328-441 1 (c'Sied) Details MINIMUM OF TWO LINES TILE CONTRACTORS Serviced and Installed CHARLTON and HILL, 328-3388 MONUMENTAI AND TILE WORKS LTD. 325 8th St. S. Phone 327-3920 Res. 327-225 C17, WIN'S ALTERATIONS 304 5th St. S. Pnone 328-7024 TREE SURGEON CUT, TRIMMED. FULLY INSURED. PHONE 328-2094 723usiness machines. Call us For a free demonstration. We service all makes. WYATT ELECTRIC 806 1st Ave. S Phone 327-2048. WATER CONDITIONING SHEET METAL AND AND FILTERS Free analysis. CULLIGAN Water Conditioning, 120 North Mavor Magratb Drive. Phone 327-7867. C633S BOB'S ELECTRIC (R. J. Reasonable rates. Commercial industrial residential. 327-295-1. Meial Emit-Up Roofing CHARLTON and HILL, FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE REDUCING SOUND POLLUTION FOS MOST PEOPLE UVINC cmeS, TRAFFIC IS THE WO NOiSE I ____ A WITH TRAFFIC HALTED, 11 f THE RESINS is THE EFFECTS OF FULL- THROTTLE ACCEl.Eg4TfO.V THE IVORST TRAFFIC NO.'SE ARE BEING STUDIED IN THE U.K. BV MO3JLE TEAMS FROM THE .N'AT- IN TOKVO, ONE OF THE WORLD'S NOISIEST CITIES, INDICATORS H'eBE RECENTLY INSTALLED AT INTER- SECTIONS TO TEST TRAFFIC AIOISE tEVELS. LABORATORY. THEIR FlNO- INGS COULD INFLUENCE HISHU'AY DESIGN TO REDUCE, NOT INCREASE, TRAFFIC STREAMS. ;