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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 U1HBRIDGE HERA1D Friday. February i. "72 -40B MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS MALE HELP Births, Deaf} Cards Of Ji In Men BIRTH LF.LF.UX Mr. and Mrs. Rod Lelcux ore pleased lo announce Ihe birth of a girl, Amber Marie, weighing G Ibs., 15 ois., on January 29. Funerals, s Thanks, loriams DEATHS ROBIIINS Dorothy Margaret, passed away in the city m Thursday, February 3, 1972 at the age of 59 years, beloved vife of Kenneth Robhins of 2000 7 Ave. S. Survivors besides her oving husband arc one son, Ccith of Lelhbridge; one daughter, Mrs. Richard (Phyl-is) Russell of Lelhbridge; six p-andchildrcn; her mother, Urs. Henrietta Dilworth of jethbridgc, and three sisters, vlrs. Tlielma Johnson and Mrs. "dna Millican of Calgary and Mrs. Jean Pengilly of Vancouver. Memorial services will be icld in the Kingdom Hall on Saturday, February 5 at 3 p.m., wilh Mr. James Penton officiating, fnterment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. CHHISTENKSN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge ot arrangements. C9963 LE.MCKE Tuesday, Feb-niary 2, 1972, Mr. John Lemeke, age 79 years, beloved husband cf Mrs. Elizabeth Lemcke of Bow Island, Alberia; dear father of Mrs. T. (Hilda) Wilkinson of South Burnaby, B.C., Mrs K. P. (Elsie) Conquergood of Bow Island and Douglas Lemcke of Port Mocdy, B.C.: also sun-iv-ing are seven grandchildren; six great grandchildren three brothers and one sister. Born in Lions Head, Ontario, August 22, 1093, Ire received his education there and sen-ed in the First World War overseas in the Canadian Army from 1915 to 19111 He was married to Miss Elizabeth Mackie in 1917. On relurn and discharge in 1918 Mr. Lemcke fanned in the Tisdalc, Sask. district until lu's retirement in 1969, when they moved to Bow Island. He was predeceased by one daughter Zelma in 1932. Rev. 0. Hodge will conduct tie Funeral Service in Patlison's Chapel on the Comer on Saturday, February 5 at p.m. Interment in Hillside Cemetery, Medicine Hat. Arrangements bv PATTI-SON FUNERAL HOME. 6489 i ill. V Phone tefore comfnti, CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PIIOHE 37B2904. Are celled by the Town or Cooldale lor cubic ynrds pit run grave nnd cubic yards Inch crushed grovel. Sealed lendori lor crushing, hauling and slockpllinn must hs received by J p.m, Tuesday, February fl, 1972. Town of Coflldale gravel pit Is miles norlh of town. H. E. FLETCHER Municipal Secretary Box v70 MAN RCQUIRT-D n lip, Sluadv employmenl. Muii ciiv IB '0 JO years. Apply In pi'r-ni.i JBIi Vntl Avc. S 6 ivo OUR WINTER WORKS PRO-rnm _ WR are now TAKING ORDERS intl Olvinq FREE ESTIMATES on rmminq of TREES ami HEDGES, lo Do done this wlnler. Phone 327-2611. 42 TRUCKS FOR SALE ELECTRICIAN 1 Inlfireslrd in oper.ilmq his own n businDis. Phone 327-BJ7J, eveninrjs A; POULTRY AND ...wsj "vd 1 1 AYING HENS EIGHT TO HOMF SALESMAN by locnl dealership. D lo Box 22, Hern d. e9fl old. Your choice, ll. 73M396, trnn Sprincjs. TO TENDER Sealed Tenders for (he conslrucllon of approximately lineal feel o concrete lined canal, of linnal leel Is lotati-d In Ihe Medicine Hal area and 1EUOO lineal feet In Ihe Dow Island nrea, will be received at Ihe utlicc ol the Irrigation Distrlci up lo p.m., local tl'rne, February 25, 1972. Security will be required. Copies of Ihe drawings and specifications may oblained from Ihe Irrigation Dislricl oflke, on or ofler January 27, 1972, upon deposl! ol S25 In made payable lo Ihe Bosrd ol Directors. The Beard reserves tho rlghl lo reiecl any or all tenders The Board of Directors, Si. Mary River Irrigation Dislricl, Box 27H, Lelhbridge, Alberia, Canndfl ROASTING CHICKENS. PAN ready, 33c Ib. Fryers, 39c per Ib. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldflle, IMMEDIATELY Young, aqqrcssive individual lo a ong wilh sfiles mflnatjer Irr MS yr awing rnohilp homo Dulips will include: in IPS co-or.-n" alinn. liniihcd jods invenioi y con1' inva'icinti, typing essenlidl und compfiny benelils. Apply in wrilina Dox 51, Herald. PETS AND PUPPIES FOR SALE. Plione 3V8 _, 1 CHIHUAHUA5 LOVE-ly pels Reasonable price. 1210 3rd Ave A S. Phone 328.3-123. 6405 -13 TRAILERS CAMPERS j ._ FOR SALE OR RENT will be accepted un'i February B, If72, for ine posil nn accounMng clerk Municipal expui ic-nr p be an asset. Applicant jhork qualifier! lions, experience, fltif and marilal slatut n MOLLADAY ?ECRETARY-TKEA5UHCR COUNTY OF WARNER NO. i WARNER, POODLE EIGHT MONTHS od lemale. House trained. 328-5346, after d p.m. away in the city on Thursday, February 3, 1972, at the ngc of 65 years .beloved bus-land of Helen Tillack of 1-114 !4 Ave. S. Funeral arrangements will he announced when completed. C 11 R I STENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangc-ncnts. FEMALE MINIATURE SILVER Poodles. 10 weeks old- Phone BUSINESS 5, TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE MATTER ol Ihe cslale of IDA OSIMG, late ol the Cily of Leth bridge, In Ihe Province of Alberia, mar-r "d v.oman. who dird on Ihe 2nd day ol November, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE thai all persons having claims upon Ihe Esliile of Ihe above named must file wilh Ihe undersigned Sollctor by the 13th day of March A.D. 1975, n lull slalemeni of tneir claims and ol securities he.'d by Inem. MARTIN HOYT, ESQ., 335 lOlh Streel South, Lelhbridge, Albcrla, Solicitor for Ihe Executors, Oscar M. Osing and Lowell Darlo Osing. ._ you have to get your shots today SEAT RESTAURANT. varly intake. full price. Wrlle Dov. 17, Herald MALE -FEMALE HELP AUTOS WANTED 56 FARM HELP MACHINES AND ESTAB-Ihncd route In Lelhtrldge area. Good lusiness for relirtd or semi-relircd pr-rscn. Box 65, Herald. Passed away in [he city on Thursday. February 3, 1972, Mrs Emnia Cameron al the age of 90 years, of the iKclith Cavcll Home. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. M A R TIN BROS. LTD., Directors ot Funeral Service. C9965 TIOYT Passed away suddenly in the city on Tuesday, Fcbruarv 1, 1972, Mr. John Wesley Hoyt, at the age of 59 vears, beloved husband o! Mrs Margaret (BeLly) lloyt of %3 12 Si. S. A Memorial service will be held on Friday (tonight) at p.m. in South-minster United Church, Rev. Dr. R. W. Elliott officiating. Cremation mil follow. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors cf Funeral Service. C99GG MEnCER-James Lee, passed away in Lcthbridge on Wednesday, February 2, 1972, al the age of 79 years, beloved husband of Ihe late Ela Mercer formerly of Baniwell. Funeral services will be held Saturday, February 5, 1972, al 2 p.m., in the Taber L.D.S. Slake Chapel, wilh Bishop Keith Francis officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Baniwell cemetery. Friends may meet [he family from 1 p.m. until prior to the service at the church CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Director of Funeral Service. C99G1 MURAKAMI SuM, passed awav in Coaldale on February 2, 1972, at the age of 79 years, beloved wife of Morihei Murakami of Coaldale. Besides her loving husband she is survived by one daughter Hayako Murakami of Hiro-siima Ken Inoshima-Ki-Ta kuma. Japan: three sons, Ma-sayoshi (Philip) of Moose Jaw Kask., Umeo (Luke) of Ma-gralh, Kalsunori (George) PREBCO RECREATION .VLL "P VEHICLES LTD. FOR FOR DAIRY FARM YEAR 1'' n ni'ncJ House and Ul SHORT ORDER Evcninq shifl. wages and v. or king Apply Mr. l-lo'-cr, a Rancho Motor Hotel C2 .ipaci, iii 5 u on1 'Ed Antirnkovich Bros., Box ,i.t- 5x4. Lett. 327-0556. BUILDING For sale or renl on main slreet Tuber, x9B (I Write Box Herald. SINGLE OR HUSBAND AND WIFE icam (no to run rnotc-cperaHcn In soulriern Alberia town Excellent nnrl permanent posilion tor the riqnl party. For interview wrile Box 37, Herald. 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED 37, Herald, slaling TRANSPORT AND RANCH MANAGER FOR MEDIUM uuwLrj v. ,p SPRFAD. IN serving Alberta com-inunitins. Well established. Good revenue. Box i6, B-HI.R-. LH.O ARLA REPLY TC TWIN EL RANCH, 1P''3 -'-'h AVENUE S., CRANBROOK, 3 p '-i B c' 6lal" REPRESENTATIVE hpvp n rewarding position open In our Real Eslfllp department. Guaranteed -monthly income plus commission If you arc rnlerc-5'ed in making above averacii? income, arg a and have sales experience Ccntac Fort '.VhoOD UP AGENCIES LIMITED al 2'd Avo. S. lor an aDDcint-menl TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE MATTER nf tho Eslal- of ALBERT E. PINK, late of the Cily of Lelhbridge, in Ihe Province of A-berta, Electrician, who died on 1he 9th day' of November, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE lhat all persons hav-nq claims upon Ihe Eslale of Ihe above named musl file with Ihe undersigned Solicitor by the 13lh day of March, A.D. 1972, a full slalemen! of Ihe r claims and of securities he'd by Ihem. MARTIN HOYT, ESQ., 335 lOln Street South, Lethbndge, Alberta, Le'hbridge, Alberia, Snlicilo' "for Ihe Executrix Barbara Galbrnith Lnnciik. roLjr.-, rr-c- OTERNATIONAL BICYCLE CORPORATION Requires MANAGING PARTNERS for new 10 speed bicycle stores m Alberia. Mechanical aplitude. ciood personality and abilily lo make a moderale invcslment are Ihe basic requirement BOX 70, HERALD ALL SET ALL TYPES 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED ASH" PROCESSORS. 336-3911 i FQR WORK PHONE Ssrl-o. .V.5 RL--L FJT.'.-: WANTED IN MY SALE OR LEASE One ol Southern Alberta's Icadinc qrocery business, well established, fully modern, 'deally locntcd on mam slreet cf prosperous Southern Alberta town. Apply Toth's Grocery, Picture Bulte, Alberta. f i E-'.R'J WHILE YOU LEARN 49 MACHINERY WANTED TEACHERS F Vlf 0-j N- t-, IHC CM REOUlRED ONE FULL TIME LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 expt-cts lo have f-r Ihp lollowinc] teachers, duties to' corr.mencE "the boginn ng ol Ihe 1V7M97J scnool year. App kants musl nold or tG eligible lo ho'd, valid 1. Junior hiali band 3 Seniar Hcih girls' rnysicfll edufralior-v. ilh background in gym-i Junicr hioh induslrlal er's Please wile for finplicalion forms ID: FERSOIJNEL OFPICF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 15th STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. EXTRA SPECIAL _________ ___ Bc -jtjGb and workina cond icns. RlTl'.C- DITSi1' AND App'y Mr Hcber, El Rar.cho B.C. Resorl o! beautiful Koolenoy Lake, 70 niles norlh of Creston Motel unlls, camping, frailer ipots, swimming, uoalinn, snack bar, gifl nook, slorp, fiflunlcd shatk, nnd modern hnme. All this on 170 acres with opproxlmalely 3.900 fl. lake (rontage. Good lerms. 10 units plus livina quatlers find office. Seven units wilh kitchenelle ond three wilhoul. All equipment and furniture Included. Paved parking, on main Ih-roughlar" near shopping. Excellent 1erms. Grocery store w.ri'h dwelling and gar-nqe cambmcd In nood area. Present s ock, lixturcs and" some funiture included. Good famiiy operation. CRESTON VALLEY REALTY LTD. Box 1171, Creslon, B.C. Phone 428-2292. OPENINGS IN COALDALE XFRCIS? RlCYCLc AND TABER PM LOOKING EQR PEOPLE who v.-ar.t extra DIAT ELY nnCL'ds. YcjT[ mecl friendly (.--I r'. d Slc'.c-, :n nciqiillurs, td h !sr alMhe EDUCATIONAL F 'o tjcV Fcr a personal A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliot tells School ct Brondcaslincj. 1 v.-c.rehcus- iicile PAD" All in healed indoor h- showroom, S. BIN'- SUITABLE "P-S- W. SCOTT, 7514 73 AVE. Funeral sen-ice for Mi's. Rose Eedes, beloved wife cf James Eecles of Taber who died at Vulcan Monday, Jan. 31, 1972. at the age of 87 years, was held at p.m. Thursday, Feb. 3, 1972, in Humphries Funeral Ciapel, Taber, with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating Active pallbearers were Waller Mix, Clifford Falh, Max, James and Ken Hanna and Richard Zelenka. Honorary pallbearers were Ole Alex Elewart, Tom Mancini, Sylvio Bonette. Arthur Avcry, John Wiebe and Tom Hopkins. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens, Lsthbridge. Humphries Funeral Ilcme Ltd., Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FAST SEWING OF LETHBRIDGE TENDERS FOR UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL DUCT AND VAULT Sealed tenders clearly marked nn the envelope "Tenders for Underground Eleclrlcal Ducr and Vault" will be received at the Office of Ihe Purchasing Agenl. Cily Slores Build-Ing, 2BO 5lh Slree! Norlh, Lelhbridge, Alberta until MX) pm, M S.T., February JJth, 1972 Plans and specifications may be obtained at Ihe Office of Ihe Purchasing upon a deposit of S50.CO by ccr-lified cheque made payable lo lfic Cily of Lelhbridqe which will be re funded on Ihe return of Ihe Documents In good condillon by March 9lh, 1972. Each lender MiusJ be accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond payable lo Ihe Cily Treasurer, C ly of Lelhbridge, for a sum nol less than 5 per cenl of Ihe tendered price, and n Consent of Surely Form for Ihe Performance Guaranly Bond describ ed in Ihe specifications. A bond In Ihe arnounl of 50 per cent of Ihe lolnl tender sum will Le re-oulred of Ihe successful tenderer for 'he performance ol Ihe con-iracl. The lowesl or any tender nol nee cssarily accepled. W. Ponech Purchasing Agenl. All types o' Tcrcohonal i c vehicles, new ond V M n r TPAII r o MOBILE MANUFACTURER "n -J V-H r REQUIRES YOUNG WOMAN V.ITH IN INVENTORY CONTROL ArCURACY IN FORMALS AND COS-lumes preferred. Phone LOST AND Fantastic savings on lur" AND Jailers, ienl-lrailers, ccj.-rtpin? equipment sc 1 P n'fJ I TP "'1TH EXPERIrNfF r. 5 JL i; APPLY IN WRITING CS563- f 1U BOX DUE FCRD STARTER on January 27, 1572, btKveen 5th and f-'n Gtrcet on 7tn Ave. Soulh. Would finder call al 503 Ave. Soirn. Lelhoridqe. CHINOOK UUIUUUH bALLS POR AND NOVELTY SHOP Located In Taber, Alberia papula-1 on ol with a prosperous sur-rnunrHng arpa. The huilrJing is leased flt per month, space of 25 X 40. The ooeralicn can be easily run wilh one person and very co-nlortably with s couple. The slock consists of books, confections, qiflware, clq a r e t t e s, cards, "Gibson" and miscellaneous terns. Eauipmenl consisli cf cash reqlsler, adding machine n'ass lop (font counlers, filing cnhlnel, live scrlicns of card racks, coke machine and ice cream frceier, several other miscellaneous displays- With wide range of giflwarc, the turnover could del in i lei y be increased. Ideal for retired couple. TABER TAXI POPULATION This operation Is owned by Ifie same people as Ihe News and Candy Shop. It is for sale separately or v.ilh IH-Mo-.vs Shop. There h also pin ball machines and poo coolers. Pin ball on basis 60 -10. This could be expanded lo a three car business and the owners say thai in the soring and harvest season, business is great. Thfre are Hue CB Ivjo-way rad os and a 194fi Chev The service stall Is rentable Records available fo sin-crrc huypr Contact Exclusive Llslcrs HAY REALTY LTD. for details 327-7077 or 327 7975. Cor. of 6lh Ave. and 6th Si. S. Phone or 328-0822 Dppn 9 n m. tn 9 p.m TYPISTS TO TRAIN s F AS Soft1 grey short hair mole cat. Belongs lo four small unhappy children. If found please call 327-5883. Small reward. X7DJJ week "r a.m, 'o A p.m., Saturday Copper IRON UPbKAIUkS ais Radiators w wifn dcnibi" hourr, paying S'eaclv Aonly Fcrnman, SALVAGE xw3i Tiore. UNITED MOBILE 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. ENTERTAINMENT SER-vicn. Weddings, duos, c'c. Phone 32B-2662. and Wake sen-ices will be held Friday, February 1972, at p.m. in the Coal-( ale Buddhist Church, with Rev. S. Kosaka officiating and Rev. Y. fzumu assisting. Com-miLal sen-ice will be held in the Christcnscn Chapsl on Saturday, February 5 at 10 a.Pl with cremation to follow. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOirra LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9MO ROWNTREE Isaac, passed away in the city on Thursday, February .1, 1972 at the age of B4 years. Mr. Rownlrce was born in lirampton. Cumberland, Eng-and on December 30, 1887. In came lo Canada lo Calgary where he worked for the Crystal Dairy. He was transferred lo Lelhbridge in 19IS where he continued to work for them unlil 1952 when he retired. Mr. Rowntrec was Ihe past President of the Veterans Asr.oc. He caves to mourn his passing, two sons. George of Lclhbridgf1 and Robcri. of Calgary; six raughlers, Mrs. .lames (Nellie) Baxter of California, Mrs. Fred (Dorothy) Manning of Mrs. Hector (Catherine) MacDonald of Kask., Mrs .lames (Gladys) Peebles of East Coulee, Mrs. Leonard (Florence) Fin-man of Prince Rupert and Mrs. George (Eileen) Martin of Lcthbridge; 2'1 grandchildren, and 12 greatgrandchildren. He wa.s predeceased by his wife. Nellie, in 1959 and by all his brothers and sisters. Kunnral services will be held in Ihe Christenscn Chapel (.127 10 St. S.) on Monday, February 7lh al p.m., wilh Rev. 11. L. Crisficld nffi ciafing. Interment will follow in Ihe Archinount Memorial Gardens. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations may he made lo Ihe Canadian Cancer Pociply ('109 Canada Trusl Mldg.) CIlltlSTKNSEN SALMON FUNERAL 1I01IK LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. REQUIRED HOME DIVISION TRIJCKS-TRAILERS lor-iPr of Irrl Avr. IrH Si CLERK TYPtST wilh pleasan' per-WANTED dSS ANONYMOUS Anyone wilh a drinKinn problem. Phone or aflrr TRaiLF THE HOWE OF P c H CAPPFT TREATMENT. '.'.ANTED AP APPLY UJ WRITING TO BOX At. DATING By cc-npu'er For lun, OF THANKS HUGHES I wish lo tharik Ihe nurses and nursing aides of St. Michaels Second East Wing, doctors of the Hunt Clinic, for the kindness shown me while a patient there. Also all my dear friends and family for visits, cards and flowers. My sincere thanks. Hughes. 6467 CLEAR OUT SALE ID 770 FORD 0 t ion, V-3 agf in conlidence lo: COWMAT, Box 1395, Great Fails, Monlana. adults only. nYMCMT -DE3. WANTED OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UrjDERSTANDING AMD INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX B61, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 327-i292, JEAN, 377-83-10. SEE THE ALL r-F1.1.1 I -.75 MORTIS, i.' ,T n. ESPECIALLY THE FT VV'HES LL JU5T AHRIVED W.Y OWN HOMF. wages lo experienced Phone 6333-3 733-11 iS or 733-3113 or wrife Lynd USED UNITS SELLING AT UNBE ._, BABYS1T MUST CLEAR DAYS, AFTER area. Plione Wl- REQUIRE JOURNEYMAN SERVICES AND SHOP MUST BE ABLE 10 DO gas scheme advocated EDMONTON (CP) Provincial Liberal leader Roll Uus.scll .said here Albert ans must learn lo live within their "natural resource inventory" and use scarce non renewable resources in the most efficient manner. The concept of livin? within the natural resource inventoi-y must bo applied lo the questions of natural gas price increases and royally adjust-menl.s, he said in a slalemen Mr. Russell said Alhcrlans should not. suffer the burden of higher prices for natural gas. In-slcad, a two price struc uro should he introduced which would allow Alberta consumers lo continue with low prices and help develop secondary iiu us-trv in Ihe province, he said. Increasing Ihe exjxirt price of natural gas would provide an economic barrier to inefficient uses, he added. Mr. Russell said a sliding scnlc on natural gas nnd oil rovallies should also he applied. Tliis would allow for low initial royally payments unli development cosls were earned and tus provide an incentive tor ANV-HING r-'-'iMD- days ir her scut" MARKER, COLLEGE MERCURY SALES LTD 19U 7nd AVF. S PHONE VACUUM SALES SERVICE KIRflY COMPANY OH LOANS MORTGAGE MONEY for more information Phone 327-Oo22 or 327-1730 '-.v TAPING, SPRAYING ceilinqs. Excellent workman i h i D Phone 5530 AREA EASY TO OUA1 IFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE RESIDENCE 25S-76J1, ANYTIME. 5657 cr nionlh. Phone n -.hi-l, 11 p.m. fo B a rn n ifi-j t- jo Shcpr-irg M.all Mui! bn re iab MEMORIAM In loving memory o[ IN MY HOME: Fcr jritorvie.'.' pnonc 327- :3S1. I'j 0-VN MCj.'.T Pf.o-.c SALES TRAINING CED NURSERIES STAMP AND STENCIL 1 cldlrTS, elc '.ervkr. 123J '2nd S Phone J2B 51 H r -.m AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 320-3331 Tm- widest facility flvnilable. We consider ALL TYPES ol mortgage loans 9E62 44 AGRICULTURAL WANTED AND MAY! PHONE S4A LICEN TO HAV. PHONE: r.x SALES AND SERVICE. SER-1 vices on all makes of wfliliers and cfry-Drs, nulom.itic nr convontisnal. Mi-o ,H1 small apoliarcos, lawn T mvcrs, larnn or (no small. 'LE7HDRIDGE 1 APPLIANCE, 90S 3rd Ave. i. -Phone J27W56. Blair of Picture Bufle, who passed away February 4, CARE CEMTRE Carorr Iram nq CW.7 II Pr-n'.ion a second income? Third income? Unique business opportunity. Minimum invest-menl. Earnings unlimiled. Write Box 58, Herald. remembered by his loving wife Edith and son Lcckc. (KM lor flnl (rur Wwks. P-itpntial lo D TRAVEL teachers lo gel pay hike DAY TOUR TO LAS VEGAS. i CnntatT Norlhern H u 5 fll 353S. 45 AUTOS WANTED bMA'e-i nnrt ______ _______ lo and hsv; dnvp lor sfllis ELP WANTED puhlii: __., CASH PAID frr 56 FARM H cep1 TQ.VN A "t Phone 328- .1654 PLFASF CALL I OR PANCH 5 ACOMBf-. NURSERIES LTD WE prun.i rind 1 Phcnc Hi) Sunday caMr-C 07.10 AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Fnr your snow removal. Privale 3IB-I7AS. nUILT MOV.CS, RUMPUS hnm roniirudicn. 3I7-3Jfl-1. (CP) Teachers employed by the federal government will get a S930 raise in a new two-year conlracl, the federal treasury hoard announced here. In a statement, the hoard said the average salary [or the leachers will rise In in Ihe second year of Hie conlrael. from when the last agrce-mcnl expired in April, 1971. The employees include elementary and secondary school leachers employed on a 10-monlh-a-year basis in federal Indian schools. Another 500 are language teachers engaged in Hie government's bilingualism procram in Ollawa. The agreement follows seven monllis of negotiation. FRONTIERS OF ANSWER TO BIRDSTRIKE Part nun DING, c r- FA E N T work and ilucconq. Ardor and Construction, lOiO 7lh Ave. 5. Pnono i 1 uu-BO ..r-Ti THF SirjCT- StEINER CEMENT WORK, Driifninnti rtuq, wnfor prraflnq. n-surrtl Irrp Phone 1 C34il -i; Al UViNUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO VAINTTNANf F NO rilANfi-Mf, PHONL JONt-S ROOFING, 37H-1715 CI936 T I ATJll A A 1 R. c, F-TI'' AT M P HUMDCRS 1. i, 9, IB, .10, J6. 69, PLHA5E RCAD YOUR AD Advrli'.rr1, ihnulfl rr.iri Ihnr ad-vffli'.rfiicnl', nnd RTPORT ERRORS n lor Thr h only rrspon.il hi a for tho first Incorrect ;