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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD lucstlny, February B, 1972 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED TRUDY 49 MACHINERY WANTED 50 MISC. ARTICLES WTO. 66 PERSONAL 1 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone TEENS DATING fv fun, ]67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS I-'I ROY VACUUM iAl.r.S AND T VICL" KIRDY COMPANY Of- If "'I 1 HR IDGE uiilv give uifls fnr rfnnnsjts, with .ILL DO -OUTHL'RN AMD STEMUl Rubber nature, SCRAP IRON: Copper Brass Rodia'ors Always paying -Tiore- NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD -M Ijrd SI NT'n C 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED 58 MALE HELP WANTED JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN 61 TEACHERS WANTED VAY1AG SALES AMD 5ERVICF. imnll lawn mii'.'. I :rrn5 vncuurri vlr- No i or loo iniall LETHURI U'-T: .-.PPLIANCE, 905 3rd Avc. i.- PI PEACE RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION j 70 GARDENING NO. 10 -OR FU1LV 1MSURFD TREE SUR- CUTTING, TRIWM1NG, EiC PHONE J28 5735-11 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED rrquirei Industrial Arts Teacher For Ihc 1973-7J school year. Plpaip prn vkJo lu't details and Phone numbc' when dfip'v'ny Mr. T. D. Shields 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Asaislanl 5up'3rintpndenl ol Schools j______ __..______________....... PcaL'.' River School Division No. 10 HEAVY ROASTING CHICKEhS. P-'-1 PEACE RIVER, Albeflft por Ib. Frycri. He. prr Ir rce 'delivery. H. Dyt.k, Cnfl'dale, 7': STCRETARY TREAiUYER COUNTY Or V.AR-JER '-lO. J ALBERTA S4A LICENCED NURSERIES PEACE RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 10 PETS AND SUPPLIES RABBITS FOR SALE. PHONE after 5 P ni. KiEO OLLfOE, Irr SESSIONAL INSTRUCTORS 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED APPLICAIION D-T-ADLINE is GRIMSHAW JUNIOR HIGH GRADES 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY 56 FARM HELP WANTED Mr. T D Shield1; Aiiisianl Superintendent cf Peace Rivr Schocf Division No. I PEACE RIVER, Albe--1n. )R I THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SESSIONAL INSTRUCTORS IN PAINTING, WELDING AND SHEET METAL C997D-8 THE LETH BRIDGE SCHOOL DIS- TRICT NO. 51 cxpecls lo nave open ingi for Ihe lollowinq teachers, duliei 'o cornmenc'' with Ilie beginning cl 1972-1973 sthonl year. Anphcanls mus! hoM or be elioible lo hsld, valid Aiherla Teaching Certificates; 1 Senior high beflu'y 1 Junior high banO "i. Senior hiah girls' ohysical education wilh cxlensivc background rn gvm- 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED Director of Personnel Lelhbridge Co m m unity College Phone 327-2141 UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGC Applicn'ions arc invited for the following i I Le'ru FULL-TIME SECRETARY- RECEPTIONIST REQUIRED COUTiTV OF RFD DEER NO. 23 RED DEER, ALBERTA PRINCIPALSHIP POSITION are inviiled Irom nudli persons (or !hc principalslup c( 3 Junior senior hian sctioo'. iltbalnd in ihp progresiiue Town nl Innis'ail, population Tnls is a challenging position and only Ihcse who have demons I rated administrative ability as a principal w.ill be considered. Preference will tw given to fl c-incli da'e with training in erlucalional ad- minl'rralion Pioasc bubmil cur-icu- SeledlOH Commiltee PRIVATE MORTGAGE f.'ONEY FOR LCTHBRIUC-t SASr TO QUALK-Y. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, RESI- DENCE AMYTIWE. 5657 r'r 7fic.'ouqh c' horfi- r j i L c- i i fu'ijrn pratiico and Superintendent ot Schools Special deals for homeowners at Associates S'R7 riinnt Box 920, Red Deer, Alberta Ex 'in u r.sirucNor'' Telephone number: 347-1551 'you n tlcfll. Lc.vr rait1; ci in fls.'cts I longer tcrrrs 0' Im-.itld ,n yojr UTILITY V.'OSKEP I "fl'-iry rflnric '______.________________________ by !hr> c VM 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES j "o'T'y; Addilional informalion o n d 64 SEWING SERVICES applications may be obtained AND from 1 he: Phone 328-6 58 MALE HELP WANTED PERSONNEL OFFICE OR PHONE 329-2276 CLOSING DATF. 17 1173 LOST FEMALE S.EALPO1HT blA C3l, Since February 3. Phone 3iJ- i 2007 lilh Ave S. 9 65 LOST AND FOUND 1014 Third Avenue South Phone ASSOCIATES REALTY CRtDIT LIMITED E 66 PERSONAL I AFTRACTIVI: MIDOLF AGFD FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE MERCURY IN THE ENVIRONMENT Part 2 75 nun DING, c i: v. -i mid si UL comet. Andrrvin fJ D T'l.'.cn CfiFiilfULlion, 1030 7lli AYR. I'nr.rn. J77 CEMENT uiil i.nieiiii'nl', tluq, Wd'or proolincj. free plliirdlpi. Phone 337 fl7flfi. CJS6I Un V lamonamb Al WINDOWS AND DOORS. WAIN 1FNANCI-' NO II c; PI ION F JONES ROOFING, C1936- POX lljnim, ol Passed Passed away at in the city on Thursdaj. on Suralay, February wild on Mondav, February 7lh, at Ihc age ol 01 years. :l, 1072, following a brief illness, Mrs Emma Cecil, al the- age of 65 years. Born at Essex, England, arrangements uill be the age of 00 years of 1. liKKi. Came to Taber g fl h e n Cavcll Nursing 1919 and worked in Uic coal nUI >1> 1.- nmiSTEN.SKN SALMON Funeral -ervicc uill iinlil JS27, when he mov- NliKAL HOME LTD., on Wednesday at to Vauxhall, where he work- winter (he Bethany Luthcrn Church, Lomond. Interment will on the farm until his retirement in Survived by one in Ihe Travcrs TUr. Laurie Allison l.udwig, may pay their Funeral services will MlMOMOXiU'i No re awav in Ilie on the Church for one condiiclcd from the Parkview puns of wild animals clyniL, a( to the service, Church in Vauxhall on 'because of cold wcallicr and Lr vh. LTD. Directors ol February 10 at snow have been Itirncd in MI born in Lithuania on September i far lo Hit department of lands ]c (0 Service. wilh Rcv. J. C. Daislr.y officiating. Inlcrir.ent will foi- ;and foresis, a spokesman said in' uas in tin; Vatix'iall Cemr.tcry. l here. "Right nnw, things look pretlv Chuck Ilaghim i an information officer, said Calvary Sec-lion of tlic Mountain View Cemetery. CIiniSTEN'SEN SALMON FU-pJii'jJAI ITOMir 1 T'TI (iwemblyn ol Blairmorc, passec away in (he Lellihridge Municipal Hospital on Sunday, FUNERAL HOME LTD Tabcr in charac of arrangements. C25 an interview. But spring is Ilie most lIUiMIL Ijl 11.. LlllCCtOIS of Funeral Service. Ii, 1372, at age 57 years. Funeral services will he held OF THANKS porous season with its unex-iccted blizzards and possibility of enisled snow conditions caused In dam or sleet, Pa.sjed au-aj- in the city on Tuesdav. Februan ii. 1972, following a brief illness, Muriel of 014 Blairmorc Chapel on Wednesday, February 0 al p.m., Rev. Boll S'milh officia -ing. Interment will We would like to Ibsnk (he doctor and slalf of Bow Island Hospital for tiie care and kindness shewn our brother S. (Formerh- of Union Cemetery there. A sincere thanks to .MA.VV WI'.Mi An ice crust could proven i wild animals Irom digging lo reach food or small burrowing animals from reaching the arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BUGS. LTD.. Direc-ors of Funeral Service. )y request. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, care ol Bill While Insurance, Blairmore, friends and relatives wlio sen! flowers, food and cards, all those who helped in any way during our bereavement. Brothers, Milton and Marvin face. Many animals are in a weakened condition localise ol the whiter. Mr. Ilaghmd sai'1 that so far u inter has be-on fairly Rood Passed away in Raymond on Saturday, February 5. 1072, following a brief illness. Mr. Harold .Martin donalions "In niemorv ol Gwendolvn Ixiwis." FANTI.V CHAPELS LTD., is in sisters. Ruby Lon-Jicim, Esther Walker and Amanda Wolfe. 6497 ricks at the age (if tiri our sincere thanks and ap- snow around Pincher Creek and High River which could be hard on big game animals. The mortality rale for in IJOB, the lale Mr. Ilcndncks with his family lo homestead in Travers m I'JOSi. He received his inililary leaders to our neighbors, friends and relatives who came U) celebrate our 25th anniversary. A special thank you to tho Bill Lehto Orchestra and to the anls and Hungarian in who helped with the is normally high and j into To eacb and everyone a grouse, whiih are scliedulec to undergo a population dc-l crease Iliis >car in their reproductive cycle, have an average mortality rale. not unnatural for 50 per cenl of the grouse to die in the ivmler lie said. Kill rates foi tins winter will )e known by and operated Ilic Turin Trading Co. In lie returnee o farm in Travers until rctir-ng to New Dayton in lD.ri7 where he lias resided luilil Iiis He is survived by one taughler. Mrs. A. iMaxine) Flcury, Goulais Eav. Ontario; sons. AKui. Lomond, Martin. Prince Ceorgc, B.C.: six grandciiildren: four sisters. Mrs. V. (Laura) Erickson, Warner. Mrs, N. (Hazel) MOSCOW (Reuln-) A nnm-jcr of Chinese military leaders lav been shol for trying to flee Ih coun ry Lo avoid being purged, says Fravda. the Soviet Comimmi.sL party daily. Pravrla qunlcs "i n To r in e t sources close lo (he Peking eiifJersfiip" a.s saying who uerc afraid of being victims of a ''wave of mass" iave tried to leave you for cards and gifls received and for making cur anniversary a memorable occasion for us long to be remembered. and Mrs. Jerry Barvir. 6615 MEMORIAMS Wll.USON In loving memory of our dear sister, Hazel Willison, who passed away February 8, 1S89. Henri Sirs. S. (Al-hcrtal Pcla, Calgao'. Mrs M. .ewcl), North does not mention uncon-inned re lorls thai Lin Piuo. ofence niinisler and remembered by Eva and Sid. B599 naljy, B.C. The funeral hand man of Mao seeks Ije held on Thursday, 10th al p.m. in Martin BITO. Memorial Chapel, with Father G. Marien of-iciating Interment will as killed in a plane which crashed myslcriouslj7 last Scplcmbcr in Mongolia. Rut il quotes Western reports that up o senior In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother. Emma, who passed awav February R. 1965 and of a dear father and grandfather, the family plot, mountain arrcslctl al (lie end of who passed away Jan- Cemetery. Friends ni a y w icn they tried to IflfiR. The Alberla Heart Fouuda- (heir respects al. Martin Hong Kong, and ads Deeply loved and missed by lion requests the assistance of MEMORIAL CHAPEL, croup of prominent mi and Nona Tvrer. people in the community to SI. phone figures u-as accused of a sijrve as canvassers for LTD.. Directors d lo flee Serxice, In loving inciTlcrV Many Inuc offered Ilioir IJNK a wc.iidcrful mother and vices already, hut a number S u n d a iRciiler) Anna L. Pease, volunieCT.s are required, i February U, IS72. Alr.s. Bocinp 727 ai'i'ivwl passed awav February 7, Each volunteer will cover an anic Zimmerman, aged from Frankfurt. area demanding approximately 220-1 29 Avc. S.W., West Germany's not gone until one hour of Iheir lime widow of lale air link wilh tho whom they loved evening. (Feb. Zimmerman, Iliem. Anyone interested in of Mrs. O.II. _ ICvcr remembered and saci- this contribution to heart re- Deulsch. 61C Elbow lv m i s s c d hv senrch. may conlact E d n a S.W.. Calgary. She is also sur- Harry. Margaret. Fayc, Mc-Miillin al vivcd by a grandson. Allan aix l.llfcL.1 II- Mnxinc and Amie. Roy a granddaughter, Nora, both of j Edilh and Calgary and by a sister, I i i Marie Scliwcigoflcr. Innsbruck. U 111 Auslria. She was In loving mem- her linsband in 1952. A of ,i dear father and grand- Mcrnno, flaly she came Leslie Winlcrs, who shorl of in and resided awav February 8. 1970. Uurdcll and Forget you dad, we never on, prior lo coming lo I''or in our hearts you CALOARY 'CP> United in Services at witli us Appeal officials said here tlicir CHAPEL OF R E M E ly Behind our smiles, campagn fell short of its BRANCE Tuesdav l-s> manv a argel after announcing las Rcv P 'n i sleeping free from November they had reached Graveside s c r v i c e. (he si. 7 million ccmelery. Wed- uN. would ro( ivake him to Their achievement lotal has 1Csdav -i-nj) p m softer icc-n dclcnmned al Sl.lira.liilll 1 dec-lined. U remembered and -While Ilic figure is ____ WUf missed. Del and c--s than Ilic anioiml KAXA-Iver passed awav 1 1 n-.rna, Harold ed lasi run-ember, il is abou. c.lh 1 O Kae ar.d their more than was evw larv ft? afc raised before. said appea president Mailer Ii. Dingle. Clara Kana of Mill 17 Ave M U'K In mnnorv of lie said the prenialure Jn :m! iioiinceiiienl. was based on "ac- (m A rjl In I'hdin Alfred Mack, who uol cash receipts plus pledges f "d away nid olhcr relnrns expecled ,r butdidnl hl :ih, 1070. al F o r e m o s 1 I 1 It's lonely here Ii'1 1" M'ithouL you sjiitl -SI. u'lll still he nnir 1 1'-! -v he niarrir( f 1 SOU, n 1 niicd aCL-nca-s in n. fnr 1V> Annlui Bjorpo in I- 1 We miss iUnm.. .'uid (o i uheiv he had slieen. re red lo in lllc samn u 'u' linl'' t'oininc; I k buck lo Li'ihlmdfte. He played) rtCife V'TIT tl t: and con.staiillv in 4 h; do no one a lasl farr.- dislricl. lie is pronl lo i'vc-ii hv his flifr Clara; one MUIKT, si, ''vcn nap on! before 11 >u i Li li. Nl'1'1. of Coiidcra i lias aaTnlrd 'i dc uu Mrs. fun for ii i-liiM Iu ride Ami onh Cud kmiMs ..rimriil in Ihc fnicral 'i'nlHi' <'md Mrs. John a i Ma uill 1 in VesHv. IxUli of I.olU- 1 M- j hnr.1 In rla.l. mom, ,ho and -cl i nl coiisliluculs in sisler. Anna Slenselli ol '.aril, .la.spi'r and WaliTlun H: ufuss. lie was KH, i.i ('UK. oiiiii Parks. ;uid on six Indian deceased hv nine hrolhers CKMS. Win reservations .sisters. Funeral services will fcoinsi fir each pallcrn inn lIADKin AP i Two Tlic Aiherla .MP lias hren he held ill Ilie Cliurcli of iiinps. iili'.'isri-iuW l.'i cpnl.s fnini SIM ilia mm a moved Irom sec- iood Slu-jilierd on uillcrii for firsl-clnss i in Ihc Spanish In Hie niinisler o[ February Illlh al and hiindlini; pools, officials announced energy. Diiivvs and wilh llev Alhnrl Olson official- ac. Anlnnin Sanri, o licnime scv- i 'g Inl.-, will in _ _._._ (ra'ns a liar, and .lose Vildies. in -Iran Chi-clicn. lie Arclimounl Meiirinal iirrrm.i.: ler ni Indian ailairs and ncirlh- .'ils CIIKISTKNSKN SAI.M- I1' IT o u 1 i n m e s of 'in developnienl. Mr announced in. a Fl'N'KliAl. HOME LTD., lireilor.s ol l-'uneral I1 rnni h.i-M'i West I'oionlo 1, i-.'.s, Tin1 previous rrconl layoff wrnl. o n iircd Inwyer in ;