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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, February 4, 1975 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD 23 65 HELP LICENSED KINDERGARTENS Births, De Cat DEATHS WHITE COW Passed away on Saturday, February 1st at Brocket, Louise White ?ow, beloved wife of Ben White Cow of Brocket, at the age of 59 years. The funeral service will be held in St. SALES PERSONNEL Wo have an opening for several real estate sales persons. This position otters a course n real estate basics as well as on the job training. Above average earnings (or on aggressive Individual. Selling experience would be helpful but not essential. For a personal Interview call Stan Klassen, at City Realty and Insurance Ltd. 329-3000 or 328-8520. and hedges Immed. pruned or removed, ompt reasonable. undercut, hone 327-2641. Bunny Day Nursery Children two lo six years. Phone 328-835. MUSICIANS AND POULTRY AND vocalist required for local rock roup For details phone. 329-663 hens five to six pounds ressed. 504 per pound. Discount on ozen lots. Roosters elgnt pounds ressed. 354 per pound. Also young ryers and roasters. Free delivery, uslom killing. H. Dyck. 345-3224. oaldale. 66 OFFICE. SALES CLERK POSITION WITH BAIRD'S SHOES LEATHER GOODS LTD. Please apply to Box 131. Letnbridgo Herald stating qualifications and all pertinent information for interv aw appointment. All replies held In confidence. PEN MATE CLUB An excellent way to tlnd friends. BOX 2308 Calgary, PETS Siamese kittens lor sale, even weeks old. 327-9079. Opportunity Slull envelopes. Hundred. Clip news items. S2.00-S10.00. Seal Point Siamese kitten. 10. Phone 327-6195. Alta. TOB 4MO. 9891 Bull Terrier for sale. Phone 27-1000, alter 6 p.m. in Brocket on Wednesday, February 5th, 1975 at 10 a.m., Rev. P. Poulin officiating. Interment in the Brocket Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by. EDEN'S ?UNERAL HOME LTD., of 3incher Creek. C6206 GULYAS Passed away in Coaldale on Tuesday, February 4, 1975, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Andrew Gulyas at the age of 74 years beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Gulyas of Coaldale. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Wednesday, February 5, 1975 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Thursday, February 6, 1975 in St. Ambrose Catholic Church, Coaldale, with Rev. Father F. McCabe, Celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery, MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C6209 KEYS January 31, 1975, Mr. Donovan Albert Keys aged 70 years of Bow Island, Alberta, beloved husband of Mrs. Delia Keys, of Bow Island, dear father of Mrs. John (Shirley) Wolfe of Trenton, Ontario, Mrs. Harold (Florence) Thorson of Bow Island; Norman Keys of Comox, B.C., Gerald Keys of Cranbrook, B.C., Alfred Keys, Kapuskasing, Ontario; Mrs. Lionel (Judith) Osborne of Burnaby, B.C. Also surviving are 13 grandchildren, and twin sisters, Edra Thacker, of Burdett, and Nedra Leitch of Vancouver, B.C. Mr. Keys moved to Bow Island from Marion, Indiana, in 1910 at the age of five years with his parents and homesteaded southwest of Bow Island until retirement in 1965. He was predeceased by his parents, William Albert and Florence Mabel Keys, a brother Brian, and sisters Beatrice and Garnet, and a half sister, Cleah. Rev. 0. Hodge will conduct the funeral service in the United Church in Bow Island on Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. Interment in the Bow Island Cemetery. Flowers are gratefully declined in favor of donations to the Heart Fund. Arrangements by PATTISON FUNERAL HOME. C6205 67 RESTAURANT. couples and singles meet others in Western Canada pnd Washington. Free sample ads, details. CY Club. P.O. Box 48703, Van. B.C. Siamese cat to be given away, hone 328-3250. Wanted an experienced cook (or the Ventura inn Restaurant In Coaldale. Apply in person. German Shepherd pups ot registered. Pom-Poddle pup. 27-9511. Experienced required immediately. Apply in person to The Alexandra Restaurant, 328 5th Street S. or old fashioned? Join W. Canada's most trusted .patina and Marriage Bureau, MAIL MATCH C 0 N F f'D E N T I A L Box 786. Cranbrook. B.C. give away, three Toy Terrier pups, (so two year old male. Phone 327-126. Assistant chef required. Top salary for right person. Apply Mr. Hober. El Rancho Motor Hotel. A compelling, controversial indeoth study of the spiritual. ntriguing book of never revealed knowledge now available! Send .00 to- Eckankar, Box 1 053, Lethbridge. male American Eskimo for J tud purposes. Phone 328-958. Cook lor night shift. part time and full time. Top wages. Aplly fn person. 306 13th St. N. Kennels Individual ndoor-outdoor heated soiid block uns. See yellow pages. you ever wonder whether there is more to life than what you have? Qg want to know the best life? Write o Bible Studies, Box 842. .ethbridge, Alta. Free and Non-Denominational. 64 1 1 FUR BEARING GOLDEN BRIDGE Part time and full time required immediately. Top wages. Apply In person to Henry Yee, 328-2525. BOUGHT SKINNED OR NSKINNED. PICKED UP AT YOUR OOR PHONE ALBERTA PACIFIC URS COLLECT, 823-4223, RUMHELLER. ABOUT YOUR HUMAN RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES? For Informalion and help contact Lethbridge Branch. Alberta Human Rights and Civil Liberties Association. Phone 327-6280. 1-5 p.m.. Monday-Friday, BUSINESS SHORT ORDER COOKS REQUIRED Full and part time employment. Shift work. Apply at Heidelberg Inn. 1303 Mayor Magrath Drive. LOU UENDRUM Justness consultant tor owner -management and marketing. Phone 28-4665. ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem, phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after MONEY FARMERS 8 MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7lh St. 328-5548 68 mortgages now available on esidential property anywhere in southern Alberta. For further details ilease contact Homeplan Realty Ltd.. 026 3rd Ave. S.. Lethbridge. Phone 328-3347. Wanted Responsible person (or cleaning half day a week. Phone 329-3386. you snjgy luncheon meetings listening to debates about significant local and world issues? Interested in contributing informally through discussion? Come to Council on Public Affairs. Ericksen's Family Restaurant, Thursday noons. To receive free weekly notices, phone 329-2260. Part time babysitter needed or one year old child. Lakeview area. Phone 329-4864. industrial silver yours for aklng. How to recover dls-arded silver yearly. No gadgets, Information. John Andre, 613 30th Ave. N.E.. Calgary. Alta. T2E E6. Housekeeper wanted for general housekeeping duties. Experienced person preterab'o, for new home in West Lethbridge. 329-4084 or 329-4474. 69 OIL CO. LTD. Service Station For Lease Medicine Hat area of Alberta. Excellent business, good location, un-imited potential. Interested parties please reply giving complete details o- Mohawk Oil Co. Ltd., 7121 Fair-mount Drive, Calgary. Alberta. T2H 0X6. IS MORE THAN LUCK and there is an alternative to the hit or miss method of meeting suitable persons or lasting friendship or marriage. a national service offered on an inter faith and non profit basis by the Pastoral Institute. for further information, withou obligation, write to Personal Acquaintance Service, 2nd Floor, 1134 Ave. S.W. Calgary, Alberta. Person to take charqe of drvland farm near Lethbridge. Experience in farming necessary." AppJy Box 91. Lethbridge Herald, Alberta. Person to work on large mixed farm. Hourly wages. House and utilities supplied, plus many other fringe benefits. Health Plan, Blue Cross, Group Life etc. Haney Farms Ltd., 738-4410, Picture Butte. Married couple for work on I veslock and grain (arm. Previous farm experience necessary. Modern house with utilities supplied. Smal family preferred. Apply Wesley Farms, Box 359 Granum. or phone 236-3871. MORTGAGE Rates as low as 14.98% Simple interest Cash available now Up to No bonuses of- hidden charges Pay off at anytime No prepayment.penalty Enquiries welcome HOUSEHOLD REALTY CORPORATION LIMITED HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Corporation of Canada 506 4TH AVE. S. LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA PHONE 327-1511 OF GOD -PRAY FOR THESE Issaiah Remember these oh Jacob and Israel thou art my servant Oh Israel thou shaft "not" be forgotten of me. ISSAIAH 43 Remember ye not the orrrier things Neither consider the things of old Behold I do a new thinq. Now shall i spring forth. ISSAIAH When the enemy. Satan, shall come in like a flood, the spirit of the Lord shall lift up a standard against him J.B. Experienced farmer for large dryland farm. Modern comfortable home supplied. Large up-to-date machinery. Wages second to none for reliable conscientious person. Apply Box 136, Herald, stating necessary qual fications. 70 HOSPITAL REGISTERED NURSES REQUIRED The Wainwright Hospital Complex invites applications for the position of Registered Nurses in Geriatrics Medical and Surgical wards. This is a new 100 bed hospital in 3 Town o .4000 population, 130 miles East oi the City of Edmonton.. Modern staff residence available. Salaries effective Jan. 1. 1975 for Alberta Registration begin at rising to in live annual incremen s. Application forms and personne policies available on request. Apply: Wainwright Hospital. Complex, P.O. Box 820, Wainwright. Alberta TOB 4PO Altn; Director of Nursing SERVICES AN? hydraulic and pneumatic installation and maintenance repairs. Either time or contract. Phone 328-7506. Sales and Service. Services on all makes of washers and dryers automatic or conventional LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3RD AVE- S. Phone 327-4456. Homes, general contractor. Commercial and residentla remodelling. Phone 328-9525. or 327-9914. WINDOWS Vacuum Sales and Service 1283 3rd Ave. S. Free home demonstration, phone 328-8962. PHONE JONES ROOFINS. 328-5745. all types, no job too small. Phone 328-9490 or 327-7161. Stamp and Stencil Rubber stamps, corporate seals daters. etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-51 14. NOTICES 71 TEACHERS and J Equipment Construction heaters, oil, propane and natural gas sales, service and rentals. THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the estate ot THOMAS TAYLOR late ot Lethbridge who died on the 24th day of November, 1974. Take notice that all persons having: claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the Bth day o! March, 1975, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. MESSRS. PRITCHARD COMPANY No. 202, 740 4th Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta SOLICITORS FOR THE Executor J88 THE COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO 26 invites applications for the follow-. ing teaching position: TEACHER OF FRENCH at Noble Central School, Nobleford. Alberta. Duties to commence March 3rd 1975. Applications to be submitte( to: C. E. Surge, Superintendent of Schools County of Lethbridge No. 26 214 13th Street South Lethbridge. Alberta Telephones: Office 327-0424 Residence 328-2581, MACHINE REPAIRING Thirteen years experience. Phon 327-7660, 122 Bth St. S. trencher and loaders. C and J Equipment and Rentals. building, stuccoing and cement work. Anderson and Sorensdn Construction. 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. TREE TRIMMING prices are lower in Januaiy. Call us for a free es timate. 327-2641. Bingham Construction Custom Built Homes additions, rumpus rooms and renovations. Phone 327-3284. Tree Surgery Free es timates Pruning, tr mming ant felling. Call 328-2094. 327-1323. exterior painting smal carpentry jobs, roof repairs. Reasonable. Phone Bill 328-9743. Tree Services. Experience! horticulturist. Tree removal and tree pruning. 328-7672 or 328 6382. HOMES ANE CONSTR. Phone us for homes and home improvements, garages, rumpus rooms and -all cement work. Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 328-0939. TEACHERS repaired, built. COUNTY OF RED DEER NO. 23 Applications are invited from qualified teachers for the following positions: Language Arts Elnora effective March 3, 1975. ausmess effective Februarys, 1975. Please Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs. Jim 327-5087, 328-3983. MAN Box 920. RED DEER. Alberta Phone: 347-1551. home and industry. Garbage collection; yards, basements and gar-aqes cleaned. Free estimates. Phone 328-4592. TENDERS will be received by! the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Friday, February 14, 1975, lor the construction or the following work: Highway 35 S. ot Meander River to S. of Steen River Mile 39.83 to Mile 43.97 Mile 0.00 to Crushing stockpiling Gravel for 0 Treatment S. of Steen River to North Provincial Bdy. {35-18) Mill! 35.86 to Mile 43.32 (35.20) Mile 0.00 to Mile 30.61 Crushing S Stockpiling Gravel for Maintenance Branch Approximate Quantity: Cubic Yards Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of the District Engineer. 4020 Bowness Road, N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer. Administration Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, -and will be available to individuals operating In the Province of Alberta or to partnerships, or corporations registered In the Province of Alberta. A Deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract anort Moody, B.C..; four sons Clifton, Edmonton; Vernon, !ow Island; Gordon, Alder rlats, and Melvin, Denver, Colorado; and twenty grandchildren. The funeral ervice will be held in the Jrace United Church, 6215104 tve., Edmonton on Thursday, February 6 at 1 p.m., with lev. S. Errett officiating, and nterment in Westlawn Memorial Park. Flowers gratefully declined. If desired lonations may be made to the Crippled Children's Fund. Chapel of Chimes in charge. 81 NILES Passed away suddenly in Banff on Sunday, February 2, 1975, Mr. Paddy Campbell Niles at the age of 21 years of Calgary, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. C. Bill Niles of Westmount, Quebec, formerly of Lethbridge. Besides his loving Barents he is also survived by :hree sisters Laurie, Alicia and Sara, and a brother Christopher all at home; his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Alex C Talbott of Lethbridge and Mrs. Viva Niles of Lethbridge. The Funeral Ser- vice will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, February 5, 1975, in St. Mary The Virgin Anglican Church, with Canon R. W. Cowan officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers those who wish may donate to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral-Service. Phone 328-2361. C6207 GRAHAM On January 31 1975, Mrs. Arthur E. Graham (Louise loving wife of Arthur E. Graham of Blair- more, Alta., passed away peacefully at the home of her brother Everett Price, at the age of 71 years. Mrs. Graham was born in Dominion, Nova Scotia and came west with her parents in 1905 to live in Coleman, Alta. She receivec her education there, taught school for many years, was married in During the war she was called back in to teaching. In 1962 she and her husband moved to Blairmore where she taught in the high school, until 1967, when she retired. She is survived by her loving husband, a son Jack, a sister (Mrs. Harry Wilton- two brothers, Earle and Everett and two grand- sons. Funeral service in McCall Bros. MAIN CHAPEL Johnson and Vancouver Sts. on Tuesday February 4, 1975 at p.m., with the Rev. G Smith officiating, followed by cremation. Flowers respect- fully declined. 80 STACHIW On Thursday January 30th, 1975 at the For tage General Hospital, John Stachiw, age 75 years of 533 Midland Street, Portage la Prairie, beloved husband p Nellie Stachiw. Born in Austria, Mr. Stachiw came to Canada in 1926 and settled a the Pas. He was an employee of The Pas Lumber Company from when he first arrived un til 1958, when the Company ceased to operate at The Pas In he married the former Nellie Yaschyshyn of Th Pas and they continued to live there until 1971, when they came to Portage la Prairie to retire. He is surviv ed by his wife Nellie; one son Marvin John Stachiw o Lethbridge, Alberta; one daughter-in-law, Lorraine and two granddaughters; Michele and Tracy; also two brothers Anthony of Racine, Wisconsin and Leo of Vancouver, B.C and one sister, Mrs. Sophie Marchuk, also of Vancouver He was predeceased by one brother in 1969. Reverend Father Eugene. Olynek of ficiated at the funeral service which was held in the Chape of The Omega Funeral Home Portage la Prairie, on Satur day, February 1st at a.m. Pallbearers were Messrs. Peter Kotlarchuk William Yashyshyn, John Bohay, Borden Postuk William linger and Albert Menard. Interment followed in Hillside Cemetery, Portage la Prairie. 82 DEATH STRETTON Passed away n the city on Monday; February 3, 1975, following a engthy illness, Mr. Herbert George Stretton at the age of 9 years of No. 26 Green Acres .odge, beloved husband of the ate Mrs. Minnie Stretton. torn, raised, and educated in Sngland, the late Mr. Stretton ame to Canada in 1914 setti- ng in Calgary where he resid- ed until 1921 when he moved to ..ethbridge, where he had esided until his passing. For hirty years he was C.P.R. icket agent until retirement n April of 1951. He was a member of Masonic Lodge North Star No. 4 (Past Master) and Past District Grand Master Grand Lodge of Alberta; Past Patron of the .aurel Chapter No. 43 O.E.S. and was Grand Patron of the Order in 1931-32. He was also a past member of the Official Jpard of Southminster United Church. He is survived by .hree sons Mr. George R. Stretton of Saskatoon, Sask., Mr. James A. Stretton of Kingston, Ont., Mr. H. W. Bert Stretton of Lethbridge; ,wo grandchildren Barbara and Allan; one sister Mrs. Lillian Stemp of Calgary. He was predeceased by his wife Minnie in 1965, also a daughter Jorothy and two .brothers William and Arthur. The Funeral Service was held at a.m. on Tuesday (today) February 4, 1975, in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. S. with Rev. Kenneth Morris of- ficiating. Interment followed in the Family Plot Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Servivce. C6208 IN MEMORIAMS NEGLY In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather who passed away Feb. 4th, 1974. Time goes on, but memories stay. As near and dear as yester- day, A day to remember, sad to recall, Without farewell, he left us all. remembered by his loving wife Jessie, daughter Helen and family. 45 SERRANE In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather Luigi, who passed away February 3rd, 1974. All the love you gave us, in happy bygone years, The comfort of your presence in days of joy and tears, Each sacrifice you had to make, along the path you trod, Is remembered by those who loved you, As you rest in peace with God. and remembered by Teresa, Guilo and kids. 78 OF THANKS HUGHES Many many thanks are extended to the doctors and nurses of St Michael's Hospital, to our many friends and relatives who called, visited, sent cards and floral tributes. Thanks to the pallbearers and Martin Bros. Director of Funeral Ser- vice. The ladies who donate! lunch and served after the ser- vice. Many special thanks to all for donations and everyone who helped in any way during the loss of our husband father, son and brother Forever grateful. Hughes family. 46 Music exam results The following is a list of successful candidates, in ex- aminations held recently by he Royal Conservatory of rtusic of Toronto in The names are arranged in order of merit. A.R.C.T. PIANO WRITTEN Honors Trevor Bennett GRADE V THEORY Harmony and Aialyiii: Honors A. Dickey. History: First Class lonors Glenda L. Swanson. Analysis: First Class Honors Leslie T. Lavers. GRADE IV THEORY Harmony and History: Pass Beth _. Millard. Harmony: Pass Ber- nadctte Pahuljei History: First Class Honors Winstan M. Jones. GRADE III THEORY Harmony and History: Honors Debra D. Mann: Dawn McCaugherty: Roberta Grynoch: Kathryn P. Morris. Harmony: First Class Honors 'Ralph H. Beyer. Honors Diane E. McKen- zie. History: First Class Honors Heather L. Klassen. Honors Dorothy E. Landeryou. Sandra Lynne M. Quail. Susan Wilson Pass Cindy L. Sepp. GRADE II RUDIMENTS First Class Honors Ron Beyer. Byron Glass Sandra'Carnine. Timothy Fletcher Kelly Fran- cis: Mary F. de Jourdan: Diane Kceler: Shirley M. Steinley; Margaret L. Beckel, Leona R. Reimer Frieda Esau. Honors Haidee Pauls: Aniko K. Ott; Linda A. Groves; Lester J. Leavitt; Doreen F. Reimer: Kathy R. Bullock; Darla Sybbert. Pass Loretta Siebert; Nancy Carnine. GRADE I RUDIMENTS First Class Honors Dennis Shigematsu: Jocelyn Van Orman; Carol Jorgenson, Shelly Low Colleen J. Dosterom, Katherine L. Waddell Honors Patti Stewart; Shelly D. Peters. PRELIMINARY RUDIMENTS First Class Honors Morley Bar- naby, Christine Hudecek. Lori M. Weighill Maryann Vogel. Jesse Wilde Rosclla A. Dick, Sharon D. Penner Brenda L. Hattori, Diane M. McKee, Etta Nirk Laurie Beresnak, Carol Garner. Brian Nishiguchi, Sara Weintraub Shari L. Seward; Brenda Baczuk, Darren Gurr, Shawna Layton Scott L. Jensen. Elizabeth Pigat Debbie Gough Craig Lowewen Sheila G. Scratch; Lee Onufrectmlt, Orest Romaniuk Peter Pankonin; Kandie A. Crawford; Brenda Mass, Richard A. Smith Joseph Sccretan, Cindy Virginello Marian Irmler. Kathryn Niehai'S Emily Burke; Barbara Rempel. Honors Barbara Baerg. Pass Louise Burke; Julie Harris. A.R.C.T. SPEECH ARTS Literature: Honors Ruth Naldcr. Tax break processing speeded up Herald Legislature Bureau EDMO'NTON The processing of property tax reduction applications from farmers and senior citizens will be speeded under legisla- tion introduced Monday by the government. While most of the reduc- tions under the provincial plan go through automatically, farmers, and persons with low incomes, such as pensioners receiving the guaranteed in- come supplement, have had to wait months in many cases for their applications to be processed. for tower Tenders have been called for the construction of a 000 watt radio transmitter with a 500-foot mast to the Patterns Waves of Interest 7492 It's a town, travel, car coat crochet it and save! Choose 2 vivid colors of worsted for swingy topper and sawtooth hat. Mainly single crochet great with pants, skirts. Pattern 7492: Sizes 8 14 incl.; hat adjusts to fit. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15t each pattern for first class mail and special handl- Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough Ontario, MIT 4P7. City dog rrtv Wins C.UA A Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever owned by Gertrude Curran, 270621st Ave. S., won a companion dog excellent ti- tle Sunday at the Alberta Kennel Club show in Calgary. The -duck toller, developed in Yarmouth County, N.S., is a uniquely Canadian dog. It is colored a foxy red and decoys ducks to the shore. The average weight of the breed is 45 pounds. The transmitter is to begin June'l rebroadcasting the FM stereo radio signal from the Alberta Educational Com- munications Corporation (ACCESS) radio station CKUA, a non-commercial broadcaster of special in-, terest and educational programming. The Lethbridge transmitter is one of seven to be constructed in Alberta to carry the Edmonton-based CKUA signal to all major areas of the province by summer 1977. Regular FM radio programming will be broad- cast 24 hours a day and a sub- carrier will be added to the Lethbridge transmission at a later, date to rebroadcast education programming on a second channel. Most of the programming is to originate from Edmonton but Calgary will provide some programming and a news ser- vice to this area within a year of the first transmission to Southern Alberta.' The Lethbridge transmitter is part of phase one of the ACCESS extension of the CKUA service to the total province. Phase one will see watt transmitters built in Ed- monton, Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, Grande Prairie and Peace River. The second phase calls for boosters in such places as Drumheller, Stettler, Ver- milion, St. Paul, Athabasca, Edson and the North Peace to carry the signal from the seven large transmitters. Both phases are to be com- pleted by 1978. The surveying of the land for the Lethbridge tran- smitter has been completed. Paterson students ask aid The Gilbert Paterson junior high school students council will ask the public school board today to split the cost of install- ing bleachers in their new gymnasium. The bleachers can be installed at a cost of and the students have agreed to finance 50 per cent of the cost. PANTSUIT YOURSELF to sleek perfection in this stream lined shirt style with curved sides and novel pockets! Sew for now through spring. Printed Pattern 4824: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) jacket 2% yards 45 inch; pants yds. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15< each pattern for first class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add 7f sales tax. Print plainly Size; Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough Ontario, MIT 4P7. ;