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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ 1W IRHMIOOI HRAIO t, 1 MALE HELP power talk NEW YORK (AP) A AITICUS ELECTRICIAN RE-glred In Fernle, B.C. Mu5t A or front FARMER '.WIDOWER) rould Ilki lo meet UdY 35 10 would Ilki lilt. Wrltt X 55, Htrta. of annual meeting Public h hereby ylven ttat Meeting of the Electors of VII-gt of Foremost will be held In tht oremost Community Hall on Monday, 22nd day of February, 1971, at lock p.m.. lor the discussion of clpal affairs for the year ending Dt-mber thirty-first, 1970. Dated at Foremost this 20th day of bruary, 1971. A. K. Ratzlaff, Secretary-Treasurer L-ard6 Uf DEATHS CHURCH Passed away J-wufaL, Jkanhs, irlemoriami WANTED -GOOD DEEP FREEZE. m-tia. MECHANIC TO SI TRUCKS AND TRAILERS service centre Wakes, opportunity for above JS" p.m.. AND Cash Paid For Died Trucks and Cars TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 327-9355 OVER 40 FOR SHORT surrounding Letnwldge. Contact ustomers. We train. Air mall C. TAPING, SPRAYING lings. Excellent workmanship. Plione -7362. McNEELY Passed away in the city on Fri- t y, February 5, 1971, Mrs. S Imanda McNeely, at the age J 77 years, of 1717 11 Avenue i jouth, beloved wife of the late 1 IT. James Ernest McNeely. j he funeral service will be i Id at p.m. on Tuesday, 1 ebruary 9 in the Memorial lapel, 703 13 Street North, f th Rev. John Elhard oKiciat- i ng. Interment will follow in i ountain View Cemetery. In 1 eu of flowers, those who wish i may donate to the charity of eir choice. Martin Bros. Ltd., ireetors of Funeral Service. FETRONECH Passed way suddenly in Edmonton on aturday, February 6, 1971, Jr. William John Petronech, it the age of 25 years, former-y of the Coaldale and Cham-lion districts, beloved husband if Mrs. Marion Petronech and xsloved son of Mrs. Betty >etronech. Flowers are grate-ully declined. FiBteral ar-angements will be announced completed. Martin Bros. Jd Directors of Funeral Ser-rice. Corp., Ft. Worth, Tex. STAMP ANO Doer sltmps. corporate uals. ters, etc Same-day service. 1233 d Ave. S. PMM MS-SlU. 53 FEMAIE EMPLOYMENT YOUR OWN BUSINESS AT ome full or part-t me. Good profits, Sent opportunity. Wrlta tor failure in a ConsoltdatwJ Edison Co. power plant plunged docks of midtown Manhattan nto darkness for more than our hours Sunday night. Nine Revision stations were knocked sff the air. The blackout, which started M M2 p.m., stranded sightseers in the 86th and 102nd floor observatories of the Empire State Building, snarled traffic moving without signals and turned thousands of Sunday supper! into candlelit dinners. At its height, the blackout covered the area bounded roughly by the East River and Sroadway between 30th and 51st streets. Of four distributors grids affected, two were restored by 10 p.m. and the others at p.m. Because of the grid patterns, half of Times Square went black while lights on the other naif blazed on brightly. Escort Clothes, D.P1. BOJ Montreal. A TOASTER, IRON, KETTLE, cuum cleaner, etc. repaired? See at Ace TV and Radio, 1404 17th S., Bonnydale Shopping Centre, slness phone residence 323-il. WESTERN NATURAL GAS CO. LTD. TENDER FOR AS REGULATING STATION WEST LETHBRIDGE aled tenders addressed to the Mana-r, Lethbrldge District, wilt bt re-Ived at the office of ROBINS MIT-HELL WATSON Architects, elh reet South, Lethbrldge, Alberta up two o'clock p.m. Mountain Standard ime, Thursday, February 18th. 1971. ontract documents are available for eneral Contractors from the archl-ecls' office, on deposit of ub-trades may view contract docu-ents at the Lethbrldge Construction ssoclatlon office. This Is not e Friday, WILL DO TYPING IN MY HOME. Plum STATION ATTENDANT RE-uired. Experience preferred, but not sientlal. Will train right man. 77 years, beloved husband Mrs. Esteem Church, of Tavely, Alberta. The funeral ervice wUl be held in Stavely nited Church, Tuesday at m., Rev. H. F. Yardley offi-at i n g. Interment, Stavely Cemetery. Funeral Arrangements by Eden's Funeral ome Ltd.. Fort Macleod. WILL DO BABYSITTING IN MY OWN home. tonic HelJhts. A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. 00 for two weeks, SIO per month, ee delivery and pickup. Phone 3J7-3. singer Company of Canada, WILL DO CLEANING ONE OR pir .lie, 1 p.m. AND REGISTERED NURSE WILL BABYSIT In htr north >U> home. Phone, PROPANE SALES AND SERVICE. SER-ces on all makes ot washers end ryers, automatic or conventional. Also small appliances, lawn mowers, rons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob oo large or too small. KINDERGARTEN TEACHER WITH four years experience would like employment In nursery kindergarten or day care, in Lethbrldge area. WrUe Box 1M, Herald. IMMEDIATELY Llnotvoe operator for weekly news-iper SeraTreferences and salary ex-I'Kled t0! P.O. Box 130, Creston Review Ltd. Creston. B.C. 54A LICENCED WINTER job. Each tender submitted hall be accompanied by a certified heque In the amount of si, residence on Sunday, February 7, 1971, following a brief illness. Mrs. Anna Louise ease, at the age of 95 JONES Funeral service KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Ptone 33BJB35. PRODUCTION LINE FOREMAN Must have experience In production ot ravel trailers. APPLY BOX 99, HERALD WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT ueen Victoria Inn. Ideal winter fur-shed accommodation. Indoor heatec sauna, downtown, near parks. Vlth or without meals. O f f season les: Mr. P. G. Hartnell, Mgr., 655 ouglas St., Victoria. Tenders are Invited for the supply nd delivery of feed as follows to tht anada Agriculture Research Station, ethbrldge. Alberta: bushels barley No. 1 Feed, mln-mum acceptable weight of 48 Ibs. per ushel. bushels oats. Extra No. 1 Feed, minimum acceptable weight of 38 Ibs. rer bushel. ISO tons Alfalfa heavy grass mixed (approximately 50 per cent Quotations wilt be accepted on ar or any part. Quotations will close at p.m. Wednesday, February 17, 1971. Samples of gram must accompany enders. Per further Information and quota-cm request forms contact: C. G. Schoenlng, Assistant Administrative officer Canada Agriculture Research Station Lethhridge, Alberta. Phone 327-4561. Passed away in aresholm on Friday, Feb-ary 5, 1971, Mr. John akuch, at the age of 78 years, ormerly of 1612 7 Avenue orth. Born in Austria in 1893, coning to Moose Jaw in 1911 and moving to Lettbridge in 17, the late Mr. Makuch was well-known retired farmer and miner. Survivers include ne daughter, Mrs. S. (Dora) anosky of Winnipeg; one grandson; one brother in Aus-ria. The funeral service wUl be held at p.m. on Tues-ay, February 9 in Martin ros. Chapel, 812 3 Avenue South, with Rev. R. W. K. El-ott officiating. (Please note: ourtesy parking at rear of chapel.) Interment will follow Mountain View Cemetery. :artin Bros. Ltd., Directors of i'uneral Service. C3311 MYCYK Dmytro, COSTANZO'S DAY CARE Children one to six. Planned program Phone 328-5057. Milk River, beloved wife of the late Mr. Fred Pease. Born in New Him, Minnesota in 875, the Me Mrs. Pease rnar-ed the late Mr. Pease in 1894, and moved to Milk River in tt spring of 1910, where she las resided until her passing. Survivers include two daughters, Mrs. H. (Frances) Smith and Mrs. A. (Maxine) Croteau, both of Milk River; two sons, ay S. of Milk River and Roy of Lethbridge; four grand-hiMren; five great-grandchildren and one great-great [randchild. Besides her loving lusband who predeceased her in 1951, she was also predeceased by one son, Lynn C. in 969. The funeral service will beld at p.m. on Wednesday, February 10, in St. Paul's United Church at Milk River, with Rev. D. Howlett of-itiating. Interment will follow n the Milk River Cemetery. Those who wish may, in lieu of flowers, donate to the charity of their choice. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. Doris Jones, beloved wife of Harold Jones of Grassy Lake who died in the city Monday, Feb. 1 1971, after a long illness, was held at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6, 1971, in the Taber Anglican Church with Rev. J. C. Daisley officiating. Pallbearers were Sigurd Storlien, Wallace Tumbull, Leonard Sanderson, Morris Nelson, Fred Kinni-jurgh and Neil Jones. Cremation followed at Calgary. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the JUNE'S NURSERY SCHOOL-MORN. Ing" babysitting afternoon! i Children three to six years. Phone evenings. FULLY INSURED TREE 56 FARM HELP -BB-J054. cadet ivalks route without boot VERNON, B.C. (CP) -Able Seamon Leonard Nepko of Vernon is 10 years old and as determined as can be. A member of the Venxm Kalamalka Navy League, he walked the entire three-mile route of the Vernon winter carnival parade although he lost one of his boots right at the beginning. His explanation: He didn't want to break rank. The boot is still missing. LOST ON 9th AVENUE NORTH ON Saturday morning 1JXJ2 In. camper Son. Floral print, part ol set Reward. Phone 356-3273. Manager required for 50 room hotel n central Alberta. The Successful ap-illcant must be very personable, lualltied to' carry licence, capable of supervision and control of beer parlour, cocktail lounge, restaurant and ban-cruet room. All Inquiries will be Kept In strict confidence. Our stall are aware of this ad. Please give full resume In tour first letter. Box No. 91, Lethbrldge Herald. TREE AND HEDGE RIMMING Under winter Works 'rogram, we are now able to trim ees }nd hedges very economically, all us for free 327-2441. WANTED EXPERIENCED COUPLE tor dryland farm, one able to handle large machinery and take full charge time. School hus, modern house. State wages expected, sue offtmUy. Top wages lor right party. Give address and phone number lor Interview Box 103, Herald. POULTRY AND AND ROASTERS. HELLMUTH yck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. 57 FEMALE HELP REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY! An aggressive salesman Is required for Mrmanent Sales Position with one of ethbrldge's top dealerships. We offer you a wide range of quality products and heavy advertising fo give you ousy year-round sales with such popu. ar Items as American Motors Automobiles, Jeep Trucks, Mobile Homes, Travel Trailers and Used Cars. If you qualify, we offer generous travel expenses, a profit sharing plan and other company benefits. Apply direct to the manager. United Motors Co. Ltd., Cor. 3rd Ave. and 3rd St. S. five weeks old. SI .25. Phone 234-3766. OF THANKS MOSSEY To our relatives, friends and neighbors for their many acts of understanding sympathy and prayers during our recent bereavement, for the cards, the beautiful flowers and donations, we say "thank you." Your concern has been deeply appreciated. A very special thank you to the doctor, Rsv. Orisfield and to the nurses and staff of the St. Michael's Hospital, for the care and kindness shown while Mr. Mossey was hi the hospital. May God bless you all. Hona and the Mossev family. FERRED. APPLY ANGLO DISTRIBU-TORS, 5th ST. 5. PETS AND DEPARTMENT SIAMESE TRAINED, hone 328-7389, ask for Janls. Preferably to come In. Phone 345-3995, 6 p.m. HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Sealed Tenders will be received by he undersigned up to 11 o'clock, A.M. tandard Time on Monday, February 2nd, 197f for the construction of the ol lowing work: m Highway 2, S. of Nlsku to Edmonton, Crushing and Stockpiling Gravel for Sea Coat, Approximate Quan-ity, Cubic Yards. (2) Highway A3, S. of Hanglngstone River to Athabasca River, Mile 133.00 o Mile 159.29, Asphaltlc Concrete 'avement and Other Work, Approximate Quantities, Tons1 of Gravel, Ton Miles Haul. Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the o ice of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District .Engineer, Admin-stratlon Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, and will be available only to Individuals registered and operating In the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered an operating In and who have establish ed a fixed place of business In th Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twen fy-FIve Do lars (S2S.OO) payable t the Provincial Treasurer, will be r quired for each copy of the Contrac and Specifications taken. Each bit must be accompanied by a fnarkei cheque or bond equal to 10% o Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not ne essarlly accepted. L. H. McManus, Deputy Minister of Highways an NEAT APPEARING FEMALE required for local group. Phone 327-0115, between 2-9 p.m. SALE PUREBRED COCKER panlel puppies, six weeks. 25M 7th Ave. A N-, after 6 p.m. BABYSITTER WANTED, IN MY home. Preferably i mature woman Tuesday to Saturday. Apply llth St. S. FUR BEARING in Lethbridge on Sunday February 7, 1971, at the 'age of 60 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Irene Mycyk, of 1104 9 Ave. N. Mr. Mycyk was born n Ukrainia and received his education there. He was a Carpenter by trade and worked as Cabinet Maker for Lethbridge Sash and Door for the past 23 ears, was a member of St. Valdimir's Ukrainian Catholic Church and a member of the L.W.U. He had lived in Leth-jridge for the past 23 years. Survivors include besides his oving wife Irene; one son Alexander and his wife Feli-city of Courtnay, B.C.; one aughter, Mrs. Maurice Mary) Tebo of Calgary; two nrandchildren; one brother, flck of Chicago and one >rother-in-law, My ros law f Toronto. Funeral services will be held in the St. Valdimir's Catholic Church on Tuesday, February 9, 1971, SALE OR TRADE OPEN ELDERLY LADY REQUIRES COM-panlonship of lady, preferably over 45, In exchange lor excellent accommodation plus board. References please. Write Box 90, Herald. Beef Slaughtering Plant Applicants must have a complete knowledge of beef killing floor operations and must be an able leader ot men Calgary plant Is ultra modern. Excellent salary, pension, welfare benefit, coupled with permanent employ, men! an excellent opportunity for right man. Reply with full resume o experience, reference, etc.r i complete confidence tot BOX 104, HERALD 345-3982. get vote for first tune in Switzerland BERN (Reuter) Swiss men have decided to give women the vote in national elections for the first time in Switzerland's history. Official results of a referendum showed a total of men supported the vote for women and were against it. A large majority of the country's cantons and half cantons also voted for women's suffrage. The voting was almost a complete reversal of a previous referendum held in 1959 when the answer was overwhelmingly against giving women the vote votes to BUSINESS of Vancouver, lassed away in the city on Sunday, February 7, 1971, be-oved husband of Mrs. Setsuko fishimura, of 3090 Kingsway, Vancouver. Mr. Nishimura was born in Vancouver on Sep-ember 8th, 1907. He receive lis education in Japan am came back to Canada in 1928 residing in Ocean Falls, B.C., until returning to Jaoan in 1949 to study Buddism. He was ordained a minister in 1950 of the Mnnipeg Buddist Church, which was his home SMILING WOMAN smiling woman under M, 540 per week, iTo hours a day, live days a week. For Interview call Mrs. Leslie at 327-0618, between 2-4 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday. RESTAURANT WITH all equipment. Phone 327-1141. RESIDENCE, FURNISHED, 'ossible revenue S450 per month. to handle. Payments S231 I.P.T. Box 96, Herald. AVON AND MONEY, AVON AND MONEY Go together like a I horse and carriage. Doesn't rhyme but its still true. Want to know more? Call Mrs. M. Scott, 2514 23rd Ave. 5 32 MEMORIAMS MIKLOS In loving memory 0J a dear father, Leslie, who passed away February 8, I960. The years are swiftly passing But still we don't forget, For in the hearts that loved you, Your memory lingers yet. Lovingly remembered by LIFE, LIVE IN THE BEAUTI-ful Okanagan. Christian book store for sale. Write box Kelowna, B.C. GET OUT OF THE RUT pay oil those bills Become a Fulle elte. Fullerette! now workm across Canada territories. Available Taber, Pincher Creek, Del Bonit Blalrmore, Bellevje and Lethbrldc For further Information phone Mi caldwell at 327-1H1. GIFT SHOP FOR SALE, IN LETHBRIDGE. WHERE AN INTERNATIONAL HOTEL WILL BE OPENING OCTOBER 31, 1971. REV-NUE POST OFFICE INCLUDED. FOR COMPLETE DETAILS, WRITE BOX 39, HERALD. EXCLUSIVE TERRITORIES AVAILABLE FOR THE GAL WH WOULD LIKE TO BE HER OW BOSS, EARN S100-S500 EACH MON1 AND CHOOSE HER OWN HOUR FOR QUALIFYING INTERVIE PHONE MISS CALDWELL, TH HOUSE OF FULLER AT 327-1141. TEACHERS LABORATORY TECHNICIAN Qualified to take charge of la bora to of Cardston Municipal Hospital. Contact the administrator of the Cart ston Municipal Hospital. 'hone 653-441 1 or writs Box 3 Cardston. Position available Immediately LOANS was on a special mission t Southern Alberta when he became ill and passed away. He is survived by his loving wife, Setsuko; two brothers and two sisters m Japan; two nephews, Yoshio and George Nishimura; a niece, Mrs. Tomoko Tatsumi of Winnipeg and many Mends throughout Canada. Funera services will be held Tuesday February 8th, 1971 at n.m. i the Lethbridge Buddist Church (13th Ave. and 13th St. N.) with Rev. S. Kosaka offic ating and assisted by Rev Izumi. Remains will be for warded to Winnipeg for a Fu neral service on Thursday February 11, 1971, before being forwarded to Vancouver for final services on Saturday February 13th, 1971 at 8 AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial propert 1 e children. 4134 WILLISON In loving Interest rates available. Fir and second mortgages. charged after posing as NHL star TORONTO (CP) Police said today that a man wh posed as a Chicago Black Haw hockey player has been chargec with defrauding a young T ronto secretary ot Police said the woman tol< them that she met a man in west Toronto rink at a hockey school last summer who said 1 was Cliff Koroll, a forward wit C h i c a g o 's National Hocke League team. She said the man told her needed money because NH slayers are not paid for exhil tion games, so she gave hi money with the promise s would be repaid when the se son started. Police said the worn learned she had been defraudec when she phoned KoroH last fal when the Black Hawks we here for a game. Keith Douglas Cooper, 29, w arrested Friday and chargei with a.m., with Father N. Diadio as celebrant. Prayers (Pana-chyda) will be said Monday (tonight) at p.m. in the Christensen Chapel. Following he Requiem Mass the remains will be forwarded to Toronto o T interment. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3306 DOW Richard, passed away in Salt Lake City on Friday, February 5, 1971, at the age of 50 years, after a brief illness, beloved son of William Dow, of 1122 7th St. N. and the late Mrs. Emma Gibb Dow. He was born and raised in Southern Alberta. In 1940 he enlisted with the 118 Battery in Lethbridge and served overseas during the Second World War. After his discharge from the Army he joined the R.C.A.F and served until retiring in 1969 and for the past year had worked as a security guard in Calgary. He had gone south on a holiday and was returning home when he passed away in Salt Lake City, Utah. Besides his father he is survived by five brothers, Leo and Gordon of Lethbridge. Berne of Calgary, Jack of Vancouver anc Blame of Outlook, Saskatchewan; seven sisters, Mrs Wilma Lawlor of Turin, Mrs Luzon Redding and Mrs. Maxine Campbell of Edmonton Mrs. Joyce Blair of Lethbridge Mrs. June Sivertson of Calgary, Mrs. Virginia Melchin o Vancouver and Mrs. Margaret Rimmer of Banff. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Wednesday February 10. 1971 at 2 p.m. with Bishop E. C. Clifton offici ating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Magrath cemetery. Friends may mee the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. of our dear sister, Hazel Irene, who passed away February 8 1970. Beautiful memories woven hi gold, This is the picture we tenderly hold. Deep hi our hearts, your memory is kept, To love and to cherish and never EXPERIENCED SECRETARY Required by large Industrial concern. Shorthand essential. This Is an exec -lent opportunity for the successful ap-pllcanf Reply giving full details of experience and salary expected to P.O. Box 99, Leihbridge, Alberta. RAVEN 1329 9th ST. K tchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, r modelling and repairs. Phone 327-321 EDUCATIONAL BUILDING, CEMEN work and stuccoing. Anderson am Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Av S. Phone 327-6682. 5400 MONTHLY Duties ind Responsibilities as personal secretary; to maintain a close, highly responsive relationship to the day to day work activities; work Independently, receiving A minimum of details, supervision fine direction; establishes, maintains and revises superiors records and files, edits material, maintains superior's calendar and makes appointments as n-atructed; performs stenographic and typing work. Qualifications: This position normally requires high school education. Including or supplemented by courses in stenography, typewriting and business practices Must have shorthand and a minimum of 45 w.p.m. Applications must be n by February 15, 1971. Apply by writing to Community Development, Box 50, R.R. No. 3, Calgary, Alberta. A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott te you how. Phone 32B-3536, Columb ichool of Broadcasting. Lovingly remembered b y Eva and Sid. WINDOWS AND PHONE JONES ROOFING, 3 57-15. a dear husband, Leslie, who passed away February 8, 1960. Days of sadness still come o'er me, in memory's lane I often tread. But my Saviour still is with me, by His hand I am safely led. He will keep me 'til toe rivet rolls its water at my feet Then He'll bear me safety over, where my dear one I shall meet. remembered and sad ly missed by his wife Francis 413: WINTERS In loving mem ory of our father and grand father, Leslie, who passed away February 8, 1970. Forget you dad, we never will For in our hearts you are with us still, Behind our smiles there is many a tear, For the dad we lost and loved so dear. Peacefully sleeping free from pain. We would not wake him tc suffer again. remembered by Har old, Rae and family. r PASS IT Newest com immicalions develop men E seems to he "fire escape nc as illustrated by som workers in Warsaw, Polam a who gathered to pass alon 3 "high-level" information. how to train at home for top p ing jobs. Check career Interest career career Accountancy career Programming Management1 career career and Writing careers School Diploma ENGINEERING STEINER CEMENT WOR od basements dug, water proofing, sured, free estimates. Phone We build kitchen cabinets, vanltl any storage or display units you m need Formica work a specialty. A CABINETS AND CRAFTS, 1518 Ave. S. Phone 3J7-B755. Salmon Funeral Horn Ltd., Directors of Funeral Se vice. C3307 BAH, Passed away su< denly in Montreal on Monday February 1, 1971, Mr. Wilfrec Roy Ball, at the age of 58 years, beloved husband of Mr Lorna Ball of Montreal an formerly of this city. Born Charlottetown, P.E.I, in 191 the late Mr. Ball moved Lethbridge in 1916 with h parents, where he received his education. In 1938, he joined Air Canada, moving to Winn peg in 1941 and a year later to Montreal where he has r sided ever since. Besides h loving wife, he is survived 1 one daughter, Mrs. G. E. (Sh ley) Allebone of Niagara Fall Ontario; five grandchildren two sisters, Mrs. H. (Thelma Mills of Sangudo, Alberta am Mrs. C. (Ethel) Leinwebcr Lethbridge; three brot ers, Mr. Bruce H. Ball of Let bridge, Mr. C. J. (Bus) Bal and Mr. Bernard Ball both Edmonton. He was prec ceased by one brother. A 1 neral service was held in Mo i treal on Thursday, February followed by cremation. A mem orial service will be held he i in Lethbridge on Wednesda February 10 at the C e n t r a Church of Christ, 425 11 Strec South, with Mr. James Cha man officiating. Mr. Ball's T mains' will then be interred i the family plot in Mounta r View Cemetery following t memorial service. Those w wish may donate to the Can dinn Cancer Society, care Canada Trust Buildin n Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors k Funeral Service. Study Careers CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIEN TECHNOLOGY Room 36 263 Adelaide St. West Toronto, 58 MALE HELP ELECTROLUX (CANADA) LTD. Requires one service man and LOCAL EXPERIENCED USED CAR SALESMAN The man we need must have a prove record of success, fcoth In volume tin gross. Top pay plan, new demo., man agement opportunities. All at Alberta' full line Ford and Mercury dealership See or Call Larry Oliver 223-3537 SUPERIOR MOTORS (TABER) LTD. BOARD IN THE MATTER OF "The Muntclpa Government AND IN THE MATTER OF "T h Adminlstra! ve Procedures AND IN THE MATTER of an appl tory lyinq adjacent thereto. 1 TAKE NOTICE that the Town MUSIC Butte, Alberta has petitlone for annexation to the Town of monoxid is suspected in ORGAN AND ACCORDIOr lessons. AM aqes. Special adult courses Bertl and Higa, 327-0115. portion of the North East Quarte of Section Thirty-three Townshi Ten Ranqe Twenty-one (21) Wes of the Fourth Meridian, In t SEWING of Alberta which lies to fh West oi Parcel "C" on Plan 1116 DO DRESSMAKING, ALTERA tions and Ironing In my home. Phon tion of the South Boundary of B oc Four (4) on Plan 6733 J.K.; and t thi South of the Subdivision Pla 10252 G.C. not presently within th j limits cf the Town of Picture B jttp Ttie County cf Lethbrldge Mo. 26, whose limits the lands are AND ALTERATION 131 7lh Ave. A S. Phone 313-8596. (CP) Tw( men were killed and four in jured in a single-vehicle acci J dent near here. Jonas Henry Hunford of Car stairs, and Brian George Law rence of Bowden, were foum dead. Four others treated in hospi nf tal were Lawrence Turner am n John Ehrilich of Edmonton Henry Doell of Calgary am j Kenneth Buchinski of Man ning. Police said they believe th 1 men suffered from carboi i monoxide poisoning after UieL n car left the NEW HOUSE BUILDING COMPANY REQUIRES A TOP CALIBRE SALES REPRESENTATIVE WITH MANAGEMENT ABILITY Must be fully conversant with B aspects of home tuilclintj from tf development sMqps to the implemcn fttiori of marketing programs. He w supervise the placprr.efit cf sub-trad contracts, controls and co controls. Experience In real estate sales contracting flnrl devalopment orounds bep.efirifll but r.nt psspotin Write In confidence giving r.omplp background. Sanry, commissions, ft to be negollalctl. BOX 89, HERALD LADIES' AND MEN' Tailor and Alterations. Customers sa hfaction. Centre Village Mall. Phcn 328-2532. annexation and the owners of t h properties support the anncxntio e petition. It may be that you ere a party wha5 riqhts will be varied or affected b the Board exercising its sta tutor authority in granting the of a wonderful dad am grandpa, Les Winters, who pass ed away February 8, 1970. You can only have one father patient, kind and true. No other friend in all th world will be so true t you. No one knows our longing, a we write these simp! lines For our father's love a n friendship, that are n longer ours. You shared our hopes, ou joys, our fears, God bless you dad, for thos precious years. loved and remem bered, DeVere and Duan and family. LOST AND MAN'S RING WITH SQUAR blue stone. Reward. Phone 328-1233 o 327-2540. that If you wish to make any repre r sentation in this regard, you may LADY'S WATCH Tuesday evening at the Letfibr dq arena. Reward. Phone 328-4794, aftc 0 f, p.m. or 327-5487, before 6 p.m. 1971. file such writte representation with the Board, e In the event that fi valid represcn r tniion is filed noted, the Boar set a dale for a puhlic hearin of the matter tffort? making a MOSCOW RED CALCUTTA, India (Reuter) A local pro-Moscow partj leader was assassinated Sundaj as he stepped out of his house here, officials said. Nitai Mu-kherjee was called out by Marx 1st Communist supporters anc then stabbed and shot at wiU homo made guns, they 66 no va d representation is file with the Board by February 33, ANONYMOUS n Anycri" wlrh drinking prcr.lem Phone or 313-3246. e arer 7-30 Board will forthwith proceed t dec de the cf the applicatio public hearing. DATED at Edmonton, In the Prov nc cf Albcrtfl, this 2Inci riay of ON RUINS Amman, Jordan, stands o the ruins of the ancient Gree a city of FAMILIES OF PROHI EM NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AN INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANO FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIt CARE OF P.O. BOX 8il, tf BRIDGE, W. C. ELLIOTT, Secretary D l.ccal Authorities Board J No 101, Rcvillon Building S 1M01 10.1 Street i- Edmonton 14, ;