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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta at _ THi UIHMIOOI HBALD S7 HEMAIS HSUP WANTED Thon-Joy, 63 MUSIC TEACHCTS WANTED BABYSITTER. LIVE IN. PIMM NEAT APPEARING FEWAIE VOCAL. Si rUulret for locsl arow. n PIANO, ORGAN AND ACCORDION essons. All Speci.l courses. Berll and S7-0115. C31S7-27F 2-' 64 SEWING SERVICES t 324-80. Two pre-schoolers. alter AVON AND MONEY, AVON AND MONEY Go together like a horse 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall- Phon. 325-3331 The widest facility available. We ci sider ALL TYPES ot DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS 121 7th Ave. A 3. Ption. 75 CONTRACTS SURIANO'S LADIES' AND MEN'S Tailor and Alterations, customers sat- wictlon. Centre Village Mall. Phone am-te BORGE RAVEN ST. N. Kltcrien cupboards, rumpus rooms, re- modelling and repairs. Pliofie MMJJ9. 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST AT McKlLLOP CHURCH Monday nlsht, brown pouch purse with Eraid Finder ol glasses phone 327- 4206. Reward. 3901-6 LOST LADY'S WRIST WATCH Tussday evening at the; Lethbrldge arena. Reward. Phone 328-1794, alter 4 p.m. or 327-5487, belore 4 P-n El nERLY LADY REQUIRES COM- "VnKeSarv Will train. One Hour MartffizlngPhone 328-7574, days or 328-7060, evenings. 66 PERSONAL ?mPhone 327-M5S, for more Infor mation. LOCAL DENTAL OFFICE REQUIRES full tlm. dental assistant. Apply In own handwriting, stating experience age and marital status. All repltes ar confidential. Apply Box 86, Herald BABYSITTER WANTED, IN home Preferably a mature Tueidiy to Saturday. Apply 6SUi llth FXPEHIENCED BANK TELLER Musihave approximately two year A ,OST BETWEEN FORT MACLEOI nd Plncher Creek 6x8 ft. I artificial grave grass. Reward 'hone Eden's Funeral Home, Ltd. Fort Macleod. S3J-3772. C3KS- GARAGE I L D I N G, CEMENT and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 'th Ave Phone 327-6682. IN MEMORIAM IDirtL, Cards (jf Jkanki, ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- 5745. C1936-tf FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old 'jasements dug, water proollno. In- sured, free estimates. Phon C3461-tf CABINETS We build kitchen caolnels, vanities, any storage or display units you may need Formica work a specialty. A-l CABINETS AND CRAFTS, 1518 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-8755. 2376-11 TEA CUP READING, TUESDAY hrough Saturday, 3-9 p.m. at the Lotus nn cafe. YOUNG FARMER (WIDOWER) would like to meet young lady 35 to 45, who would like farm life. Wri e box 95, Herald. 3966-13 NEED HELP? The A.I.D. Centre An Referral service. Phone 3n-nn.n a.m.-4 p.m., week days. C3150-25F GENTLEMAN WISHES TO MEET respectable woman for companionship. Between 28-34. Please write Box 76, Herald. PUBLIC NOTICES PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wPh a drinking problem. Phone 327-8M5 or 328-3246, afler p.m. MOVING TO CALGARY? Expanding wholesaler requires an Mrlenced dictaphone typist famllia and bookkeeping pro- ceduris The successful applicant wll M capable of working with minimal supervision and accepting responsi- bility. We would prefer that you come in caloarv for an Interview so inai FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INaUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH- BRIDGE, ALBERTA. ______ 58 MALE HELP WANTED FULL OR PART-TIME BARBER OR ex-hairdresser lo train tor Barber shop Wrlle Box 88, Herald. ______3855-4 ELECTROLUX (CANADA) LTD. Requires one service man and four Talesmen, between 25 and 60 years Please apply 506 3rd Ave. S. C3246-IO EXPERIENCED ELECTRICIAN RI Quired In Fernie, B.C. Must have A B ticket. Phone 423-6924 or LICENSED MECHANIC TO OPERATE front-end service centre Whee Sments, brakes, shocks, tune-ups Good opportunity for above averag eVrnings Write Box JO, Herald SALESMAN REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY! An aoaresslve salesman Is required to JJrmSS? Sales Position with one Lsthbridqe's top dealerships. We offe yra a widl range of quality product iSd heavy advertising to give yt Susy year-round sales with such pom Gr Items as American Mo Aut mobiles. Jeep Trucks, Mobile Home Travel Trailers and Used ears. If yo qualify, we offer generous travel e penses, a profit sharing plan and othe company benefits. Apply direct to th manager. United Motors Co. Ltd Cor. 3rd Ave. and 3rd St. 5. C3222- NEW HOUSE BUILDING COMPANY REQUIRES A TOP CALIBRE SALES REPRESENTATIVE WITH MANAGEMENT ABILITY Must be fully conversant with aspects of home building from development stages to the Impleme ation of marketing programs. He w supervise the placement of contracts, quality controls and cost controls. Experience In real estate sales with contracting and development back- grounds beneficial but not essential. Write In confidence giving complete background. Salary, commissions, etc. to be negotiated. BOX 89, HERALD HAWAII CALLS eclal Senior CItUens' 15 day tour to ee islands, departing March 2nd d April 7th. For further Information one your travel agent or Adventure 32S-7JS2. C2072-tfh Sealed Tenders will be received by thl undersigned up to 11 c Contract and Specification! may be obtained at the o lice of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the of- fice of the District Engineer, 1707 ffvlduals registered and operating In 0rr 7 SERVICES AND REPAIRS RYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING Ilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 8-7362. OUTHERN STAMP AND ubber stamps, corporate seals, iters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 d Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6J24-B Province of Alberta. A deposit of ty-FW Dolars payable to the provincial Treasurer, will be'required sarlly accepted. DeputyMMiSr' of Highways and Transport. EED A TOASTER, IRON, KETTLE, acuum cleaner, etc. repaired? see at Ace TV and Radio, 1406 17th S., Bonnydale Shopping Centre. uslness phone 328-6131, residence 32B- DEATHS passed away in the city after a lengthy ill- ness, on Monday, February 1, 197) beloved wife of Harold Jones of Grassy Lake. Funeral sen-ices will be held in the Taber Anglican Church on Fri- day, February 5th, 1971 at 2 p.m., with Rev. J. C. Daisley officiating after which the re- mains will be taken to Calgary for cremation. No flowers by request, and anyone wishing may donate to the Canadian Cancer Scvlety at Oddie's Cen- tral Drugs of Taber. Cbrisben- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C3250 ANDERSEN Passed away on Wednesday, February 3, 1971, Thomas Otto Andersen, aged 76 years, of Fort Macleod. Born in Stenmagle, Denmark, he came to Alberta in 1928. He worked on dairy farms in the Lethbridge district until 1944, when he began farming hi the Coaldale district in partnership with Mr. E. Jacobsen. In 1965 they moved to Fort Macleod, where he has farmed until his death The funeral service will be held in the Trinity United Church on Saturday at p.m., Rev. Peter Walker offi- Interment, Union Cem- etery. Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. C3251 DEATHS HALPIN Passed away on Saturday, January 23rd, 1971, Mr. Russell John Haipin of 10136 95 Street, Edmonton. In- terment was in the Field of Honor, Edmonton Cemetery on Friday, January 29th. Con- tact G. W. Hood, 479-4862. 3966A ary. Janet Brown. UARANTEED REPAIRS TO SING- r machines, competent adjustments 0 all other makes. Free home esti- mate. Phone 327-2243. Singer Co. of anada. College Mail. WAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- kes on all makes of washers snd rvers, automatic or conventional. Also 11 small appliances, lawn mowers, rons, vacuum cleaners, etc. Ho lob oo large or too small. LETHBRIDGE 90S 3rd Ave. S.-Phone 27-445S. C7353-tt CITY OF LETHBRIDGE' WEST LETHBRIDGE DEVELOPMENT PHASE ONE INVITATION TO TENDER 69A WINTER ACCOMMODATION WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT Queen Victoria Inn. Ideal winter fur. nished accommodation. Indoor heated )ool, sauna, downtown, near parks. With or without meals. Off season rates: Mr. P. G. Hartnell, Mar-SB Douglas St., Victoria. 1151-H 70 GARDENING FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-20W. S739-H FALL CLEAN UP. ALL KINDS OF lunk hauled away. Tree trimming and odd lubs. Phone 327-2H1. 6325-tf ECONOMY TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING Under Winter Works Program, we are now able to trim trees and hedges very economically. Call us tor free 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES US HEAVY HENS FOR SALE NINE months old. Phone 345-3170. 3941-4 STARTED TURKEY POULTS-FOUR to five weeks old. 51.25. Phons J34-3746. 390i-If FRIERS, ROASTERS PAN READY 7 cents per Ib., dozen lots. Free de- ivery Custom killing. Heiimuth Dvck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. C2472-H PUREBRED ENGLISH BULL DOG, ne year old. (No House rained: good pet. Phone 323-3873, after p.m. 3838-4 59 MALE FEMALE HELP. WANTED IF YOU ARE DESIROUS OF REN- derlng an important educational ser- vice In this vicinity, you may qualify for full or part-time stimulating work with excellent remuneration. Rapid advancement for those showing 'eader- ship? For local Interview call 32B-4TO on February 4th between 1 and p.m. only. ________3 61 TEACHERS WANTED '2 PETS AND SUPPLIES DEVELOPMENT PHASE" ONE Be received unlii !ng''Agenhte Vender! will be opened at p.m. are arranged with two alternates. Both alternates Thf prb.Vc'tnwiIiadincWde the following: A' systems comprising 11, 400 ft. of pipe for Alternate I and ft. of pipe for Alter- nate 11 varying In diameter (torn 10 in. to to in. complete wilh all appurtenances. Z. Sanitary system comprising It of pipe for Alternate I and MOO ft. of pipe for Alternate 11 varying In diameter from 4 In. to 11 in. complete with all ap- purtenances. 3. Water supply system comprising ft. of pipe for Alternate I and ft. ot pipe for Alternate II varying In diameter from 6 In. to 20 In. complete with all appurtenances. B. ROADS 1. Grading c.y. Alternate 20 000 c.y. Alternate ll 2. Granular Base Course c.y. Alternate I 5600 c.y. Alternate II 3 "Asphalt pavement s.y. Alternate I only 4. Concrete Curb and Gutter WOO l.f. Alternate I l.f. Alternate 11 5 Concrete Sidewalk 3 400 I f Alternate I only Tender documents may be obtained at the office of tne Engineering Director Sr th" City of Lethbridge or from the Sice of the Consulting Engineers in cagary and Edmonton on or after February 2, 1971, upon deposit of a cert cheque of 550.00 The deposit will be refunded provided the Plans and specifications are returned in good con- dition within 14 days after the tender TheS'tfnddeartemust be accompanied by a certified cheque for ten percent ot the tender price plus a Consent of Surety; or a suitable bid bond for ten lorcent of the tender price The lowest or any tender will not 625 14th Street N.W. Calgary 41, Alberta. BOLDUC Tuesday, Feb- ruary 2, 1971, Katie E., aged 82 years, beloved wife of Mr, Medus B o 1 d u c, Vulcan. Born at Osakis, Minnesota, home- steaded at Barhill, Alta. from 1911 until 1918 when she moved to the Travers area, retiring to Vulcan in 1954. Besides her loving husband, she is survived by two sons, Floyd, Slavery and Billie, Lomond; six grand- child r e n; one. great-grand- daughter; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Blume, Los Angeles and Mrs. Elsie Olsen, Tacoma, Wash. Predeceased by four brothers, Willard Harsh, Tom Harsh, Howard Harsh and Frank Harsh. Services at the Vulcan United Church, Friday p.m., Rev. W. Julian offi- ciating. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge Vulcan Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements. C3249 MOSSEY Passed away in the city on Saturday, January 30, 1971, following a brief ill- ness, Mr. George Knox Mos- sey, at the age.of 56 years beloved husband of Mrs. Anne Mossey, of 701 12 Street B North. Born, raised, and edu cated in Lethbridge, the late Mr. Mossey was associated fo many years with Consumer Hardware, opening Mossey Hardware in 1961. He was ac- tive in local sports such as goll hockey, curling, bowling, hunt ing and fishing. He war also member of the Miners Library Lethbridge Curling Club, an the Lethbridge Golf and Coun try Club. Besides his lovin wife he is survived by on daughter, Miss Ilona Mossey o Calgary; three sisters, Mr C. K. (Annie) Dffler of Leth- bridge, Mrs. J. G. (Jeannette Horn of Trenton, and Mrs D. H. (Doreen) Cooke Grande Prairie and one broth- er, Mr. Thomas Mossey of Cal- gary. Tha funeral service was held at p.m. on Tuesday, February 2, in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Kev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. In- terment followed in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C3253 BLAIR In loving memory of Alex Blair of Picture Butte, who passed away February remembered by his lovin" wife Edith and son Locke. 3932 CARDS OF THANKS BROWN I would like to hank my friends and relatives or the lovely cards, flowers, lib and visits while I was in le Foothills Hospital in Cal- 3943 BAKER I would like to hank all the staff at the St. tlichael's Hospital, second main and Auxiliary Hospital for the ;ood care I received while a latient. Also all the friends and who visited and -sent cards and gifts. Baker. 3915-6 FENGSTAD I would like thank my many friends, rel- atives and clergy for the flowers, cards and good wishes extended me during my recent stay in hospital. Also many thanks to doctors, nurses and staff for the wonderful care given me. Fengstad. 3931 CAMERON I wish to thank my doctor and the nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care given me during my recent hospitali- zation. Also many thanks to relatives and friends for cards, visits and calls. Cameron. 3930 Metis food allowance cut blasted EDMONTON (CP) A gov- ernment decision to reduce the grocery allowance of northern Alberta Metis who have been eating buffalo meat is "unbe- an opposition MLA said Wednesday night. LenWerry (PC-Calgary Bowness) said "this type of put- ting principles before people has to stop and an immediate re- traction of this arbitrary deci- sion has to be made or the gov- ernment is liable to incur the wrath of all the native people of Alberta." He was commenting on statement earlier Wednesda; that Metis residents of Fort Chi pewyan had their welfare re- up to 25 per cause they were eating mea from 191 buffalo killed as a con trol measure by park officials in Wood Buffalo National Park. Indians, who receive federal grants, are not affected but Metis are under provincial ju- risdiction and receive provincial welfare. CARD OF THANKS KALLAI We wish to ex- press our most sincere thanks to friends, neighbours and rela- tives for the beautiful cards and flowers we received expressing sympathy and sorrow in the >assing of our beloved husband md father. Alex Kallai and family 39M-5 PENNINGTON-I wish to ex- tend my sincere thanks to my doctors, nurses and staff for their kindness during my hos- pitalization. Also many thanks to my friends and relatives who sent cards, flowers and visited me. Pennington 3965-6 Deaths Yesterday SORGARD We wish to took all those who called to wish us luck on our Diamond Wedding Anniversary. Also thanks to all who sent their best wishes and helped in any way to make this occasion a mem- orable one. and Mrs. John Sorgard. 3946 By THE CANADIAN PRESS Prague-U.-Gen. Alexander Much a, 51, Czechoslovakia's deputy defence minister; in an auto accident. Mastic Beach, N.Y. Ethel Casey, 49, who played leading stage roles in the United States and abroad. Johannesburg-Lady Caroline Oppenheimer, 71, widow of two South African mining magnates. Mishawaka, H. Jull, 55, the American soldier Gen. George S. Patton slapped in a Sicilian hospital during the Second World War. Montreal-Dudley R. Town- send 83, made an officer of the Order of the British Empire in 1946 in recognition of his war- time work. Record seismic signals HOUSTON (AP) While sci- entists on earth watched and lis- tened, ApoUo 14's spent booster crashed into the moon today, sending a shudder through the lunar crust detected by a seis- mometer erected on the Apollo 12 mission. The signals transmitted to Mission Control by the Apollo 12 nstrument were similar to seis- mic signals recorded when the spent booster stage from Apollo i3 crashed 10 months ago. "It looks very, very similar to what we saw on Apollo 13, said Dr. D. W. Strangway, chief of geophysical science branch at the Manned Spacecraft Centre. The similarity of the signals to previo'is man-made mooo- quakes is important, he said. "It's significant in that we are getting the same pattern for all the things that are happening on the moon whether they're me- teorite impacts, natural events or man made, he said. This indicates the moons crust is probably uniform hi its makeup over large areas. The S-4B booster, one ot the stages which rocketed astro- nauts Alan Shepard, Edgar Mitchell and Stuart Koosa away from the earth Sunday then fol- lowed them toward the moon, crashed at a.m. EST about 115 miles south-southwest of the Apollo 12 landing site in the Ocean of Storms. Scientists estimated It dug a crater 30 feet deep and 180 feet wide with an impact equivalent to exploding 11 tons of TNT. Thirty-two seconds later, the first seismic signals were recorded in Mission Control on paper charts on revolving drums. He's a good one WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nixon says he figures a man who can wheel a truck four million accident-free miles in 43 years deserves admiration. "I'd be willing to ride with you any he told W. T. Smith of -Waco, Tex., who was honored as the American Trucking Asso- ciation's Driver of the Year in a White House ceremony. Smith is 62 next week. TEN GAL. AQUARIUM FOR Includes pump and supplies. 515 or jest offer. Phone 327-1223. 3963-4 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS FOR SALE OR TRADE OPEN TO offers. Chinchillas complete with ;ages. Phone 345-3982. 3764-17 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES lit-and-ran erupt m Ireland SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS The Three Hills School Division No. 60 Invite applications for the position of SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS, QUALIFICATIONS: (A) A valid Alberta Teac.ilng Cer- tificate. (BJ Five years teaching experience In Alberta or in a school system of equivalent standard. (C) A degree from a University In Alberta or from a University of equivalent standard. (D) Have pursued one year's graduate study In a field acceptable to IHe Minister either at a University in Alberta or at a University ol equivalent standard. SALARY: To be determined, depending on qualifications and experience. Duties to commence en or about May 1, 1971. Applicants shall apply in writing. Including a romplete resume of training and experience. Applications will be received by the undersigned on cr before February 26, 1971. RY-TREASURER THREc HILLS SCHOOL DIVSION tA BOX 311 TROCHU, ALBERTA THRIVING FORTY SEAT RESTAUR- ant. Full price "SB.OOO. Phone 328-7534, after 8 p.m. Will take trade. 3656-6 ENJOY LIFE, LIVE IN THE BEAUTI- lul ORanagan. Chrislian book store for sale. Write box 242, Kelowna, B.C. ESTABLISHED GIFT SHOP FOR WHOLESALE BUSINESS International organization has open for national distributor in t h e Leih bridge area. It you have a Lusmes background, leadership ability, c a I think In terms of unusually hlqh year! Income, can Invest and wou! ike en Interview to discuss this bus ness send S brief resume to BOX 66 HERALD. Will help finance qualctie person. _____ 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICED BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded messnqe by Jirn trlls you how. Phone 333-3536, School of Broadcasting. 9175-tf FOR RENT OR SALE Drive by 1503 3rd Ave. S and evaluate the potentia of this property. There is 1400 sq. ft. residence wil separate office, conferenc room in basement and 2400 sq. ft. three bay 1ruc aarage adjoining at rear. Truck court presently rented. I Owner anxious to sell and may consider carrying agree- men! of sale for right buyer. Phone Art Williams Agencies iltd., 328-8184 or one of their salesmen for "full de- tails and showing. 41, Albera. Stanley Associates Engineering Lid. 11310 Klngsway, Edmonton 19, Alberta. STEELE Passed away suddenly at the residence oo Tuesday, February 2, 1971 Mrs. Lucy Steele, of 1262 5 Ave- nue North, beloved wife of the late Mr. James Steele. Born in England in 1884, the late Mrs. Steele came to Lethbridge in 1914, and has resided here un- til her passing. She was very active in earlier years with the Lethbridge Moose Lodge, and I the Canadian Legion Auxiliary. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Annie Thompson, and Mrs. William (Mollie) Crooks both of Lancashire, England; one brother, Mr. Jack Wolston- croft of Lethbridge; eight nephews and nieces four resid- ing in the Old Country and four in Southern Alberta. Besides her loving husband she was predeceased by three sisters and four brothers. The' funeral service will be held at p.m. on Friday, February 5, in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13 Street North, with Rev. E. R. Doyle officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Mem- orial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C3252 BRis AMERCANS, ANAANS. Tim dRAMA AT BELFAST (Keuter) Gangs of men using machine-guns, land grenades, explosives and nail bombs made hit-and-run at- tacks on British troops here during the night after rioting woke out Wednesday. Six soldiers were injured in the attacks which security forces blamed on extremist ele- ments. The gangs on foot and in cars made sudden raids on army buildings and soldiers patrolling tense Roman Catholic areas. The violence began just be- fore dusk after a routine arms search of eight Catholic houses. For more than an hour Protes- tant workers in a nearby foundry were besieged by riot- ing Catholics. Deaths Yesterday Jiy THE CANADIAN PRESS Pylypiw, 5S, editorial page cdilor of The Tribune. M i 1 a n o u n t Uomcnico Apista, M, one of Italy's lead- ing manufacturers of motorcy- cles and helicopters. George Joshua Strain, 72, chairman of the Royal College n! Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Feb- ruary 3, 1971, Roger Franklin, aged 38 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Florence Graham and dear father of Carl, Lavene and Brent Graham, 2307 Crestwood Road S.E., Cal- gary, passed away at the Gen- eral Hospital. He is also sur- vived by his mother, Mrs. Mar- garet Graham; one brother, Paul and one sister, Mrs. Wil- lard (Gwen) Pratt, all of Cal- gary. He was predeceased by bis father, Stanley Graham in 1951. Born at Warner, Alberta, he received h i s education at Warner and Lethbridge. He farmed at Warner, later scrv- wl on the Lethbridge Police Force and then ranched at Burmis prior to going to Cal- gary in ISfil. He was employ- ed with Humphries Printing Ltd., Calgary, for the past five years. Mr. Graham was an Elder of First Alliance Church. Services at Leyden's "Chapel of Remembrance" Saturday, p.m., Rev. Lowell L. Young officiating. Interment Rockyview Garden of Peace Cemetery. If desired, contribu- tions may be made to Camp Chamisall, care of First Al- liance Clnircli or to Gideons In- ternational. C3248 BANkof MONTREAL INTERNATIONAL CANAcKs IMAiioNAl Ski TEAM IN ACTION ON CBC ;