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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta I THI IITHMID6I HIMLD TuwAiy, February 43 TIAILEitS CAMPERS FOX SALE OR FEMALE EMPLOYMENT MAtt HUP SERVICES AND Births, Deati I Cards Of I In Men DEATHS PEASE Passed away at the residence on Sunday, February 7, 1971, following a brie! illness, Mrs. Anna Louise Pease, at the age of 95 years, of Milk River, beloved wife of the late Mr. Fred Pease. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, February 10, in St. Paul's United Church at Milk River, with Rev. D. Hewlett officiating. Interment will follow in 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. C3326 DOW Richard, hs, Funerals, Thanks, f wriams DEATHS HENDERSON Alex W., a well known old timer of Southern Alberta, passed away in the city on Tuesday, February 9, 1971, at the age of 83 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Vilate Henderson, of 412 12 St. A S. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors ol Funeral Service. C3332 MECHANIC REQUIRED. Write Pineher Creek Motors Ltd., Box 187 or phone 627-3166. TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workminsnip. phone 326-7342. 1945 15 FT. HOLIDAY BABYSIT IN MY OWN MALE, FOURTH year technical education student requires position April 15th. Phone 323-7872 WINTER SIXTEEN FT. HOLIDAY conjslnwJ Very good condition. 327-3056. afler 6 p rr. BABYSIT IN MY OWN HOME Monday throuqh Friday. Phone 323-S33S. COALHURST MOBILE KO.'AES PARK tor rent. Mobile homes for SALE. Pnone 337-37U. 6ABYS1T IN TABER HO.'AS. Hourly 30c. 2) hours W.2S. Phone 223-2327. Experienced partsman for General Motor garage. Permanent position for right man. Contact Creston Motors, Cresron. Phone 428-2251; evenings or write 520. Creston, B.C. WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT Queen Victoria inn. ideal winter furnished accommodation. Indoor neated pool, sauna, downtown, near parks. With or without meals. Off season rates: Mr. P. G. Hartnell, Mgr., 655 Douglas St., Victoria. ROAD TRAILER FOR RENT PRO-pane appliances, sleeps five. sock now. Phone 321-Wl. BABYSIT IN MY OWN HOME. Any day, any age. Phone 327-0797. LIKE NEW 156? TENTING TRAIL, er. sleeps six. will trade lor s.rmlar value snrwmobile. MMJU MECHANIC TO LICENCED brakes, tune-ups. Good opportunity for dtxwe average earnings. Write Box 40, Herald. FULLY INSURED TREE FOR SALE SKYLARK CAMPER-alle. Used two vseeks only. Seen at 10U SI. S. KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328.233S. 328-2094. MAN OVER 40 FOR SHORT trips surrounding Lethbridge. Contact customers. We train. Air mail C. TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING Under Winter Works program, we are now able to trim trees and hedges very economically. Cat! us for free 1968 15 FT. SCAMPER TRAILER. Sleeps Six. New condition. Phone 338-20eO. DAY 328-5057. Corp., Ft. Worth, Tex. 194! NINE FT. TRUCK CAMPER -Propane refrigerator, stove and heater, four attached lacks. NURSERY SCHOOL- MORN-ings, and babysitting afternoons. Children three to six years. Phone 326-8640. evenings. STATION ATTENDANT RE-quired. Experience preferred, but not essential. Will train right man. Secure lob and good wages offered, excellent opportunity for right man. Write Box 101, Herald. POULTRY AND AND ROASTERS. HELLMUTH Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 3J5-32Z4. IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE experts install your Ely-lift or frame hitch. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. MALE EMPLOYMENT GAS FITTER WITH IN PROPANE SERVICE AND INSTALLATIONS. PHONE SUBURBAN PROPANE 328-6667 TURKEY FOUR to five weeks old. SI. 25. Phons 234-3766. NEW CONDITION 1969 17-FOOT Travelalre. Self-contained. Will take car or truck in trade. Phone 357-lOifi. YOUNG MAN SEEKS steady work. Phone Ed, 345-3531. PETS AND February 8, 1971, Lois Ellen, beloved wife of Paul Coombs of 5515 Churchill Street, Vancouver, B.C. Survived also by one son, John 1 Fredric and one daughter, Leslie Ellen, both at home and one sister, Elizabeth D. Massey, Toronto, Ont. Funeral service Thursday at p.m. in Shaughnessy Heights United Church, Granville and 33rd, Rev. Gordon Now officiating. Cremation, Garden Chapel. In lieu of flowers, donations to the B.C. Cancer Foundation would be appreciated. Simmons and McBride, Directors in charge, 1995 West Broadwav, Vancouver 9, B.C. 4223A NISHIMURA Reverend Hideo of Vancouver, passed away in the city on Sunday, February 7, 1971, beloved husband of Mrs. Setsuko Nishimura, of 3090 Kingsway, Vancouver. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, February 8 1971 at p.m. in the Lethbridge Buddist Church (13th Ave. and 13th St. with Rev. S. Kosaka officiating and assisted by Rev. Izumi. Remains will be forwarded to Winnipeg for a Funeral service on Thursday, February 11, 1971, before being forwarded to Vancouver for final services on Saturday, February 13, 1971 at 8 p.m. Cremation to follow. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3329 CHRISTENSEN Melvin Earl, a long time resident and business man of Lethbridge, passed away in the city on Monday, February 8, 1971, at the age of 73 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Maudie Christensen. of 1007 32 St. S. and beloved father of Melvin C. Christensen of Calgary. Funeral services will be held in the new Lethbridge Stake Chapel on Thursday, February 11 at 2 p.m., with Bishop Leo L. Davidson officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. The family request that, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation at 1705 15 St. S., Lethbridge. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3331 PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; trailer servicing, storage and repair. Fhcne station, bulk plant, machlnsry sates and direct sales, desires position in the same lines. Write Box 107, Herald. IMMEDIATELY Linotype operator for weekly newspaper. Send references and salary expected to: P.O. Box 130. Creston Review Ltd. Creston, E.C. SAMOYED FOR SALE. Two years old. Contact Darrell Hen-inger at 328-1101. SALE POODLE puppies, not registered. Born New Year's day. Phone 337-3523. FARM HELP CUSTOM BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS, LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD, HIGHWAY 25. PHONE 327-1225 OR PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE. EXPERIENCED COUPLE for dryland farm, one able to handle large machinery and take full charge part time. School bus, modern house. State wages expected, size of family. Top wages for right party. Give address and phone number for interview. Box 103, Herald. MINIATURE DACH-shund puppy House trained. Phone 323-1928, in Salt Lake City on Friday, February 5, 1971 at t h e 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. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Wednesday, February 10, 1971 at 2 p.m.. with Bishop E. C. Clifton officiating. Interment in the Field of Hocor. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. PRODUCTION LINE FOREMAN Must have experience In production of travel trailers. APPtY BOX 99, HERALD SIAMESE FOR SALE 1945 10x55 FT. THREE bedroom mobile home complete with porch. Fuel lank, carpet and ail furniture. Would take cattle or grain in trade Phone 627-2195, Plncher Creek. SALE PUREBRED COCKER Spaniel puppies, six weeks. 2506 7th Ave. A N., after 6 p.m. FEMALE HELP MOVE IN TO A NEW FULLY FURN-Ished mobile home of your choice without down payment on our rental-purchase plan. Apply United Motors, 327-3605 or 3J7-M18. 302 3rd Ave. EXPERIENCE PRE-FERRED. APPLY ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS, 427 5th ST. S. CHIHUAHUAS FOR Va entine's. Lovely pets. Reasona b 1 y pr ced. Call after 6 p.m., 121B 3rd Ave. A S. Phone 323-3423. RELIABLE to come in. Phone H5-3995, after 6 p.m. Beef Slaughtering Plant Applicants must have a complete knowledge of beef killing floor operations and must be an able leader of men. Calgary plant is ultra modern. Excellent salary, pension, welfare benefit, coupled with permanent employment an excellent opportunity for right man. Reply with full resume of reference, etc., in complete confidence to: BOX 104, HERALD FUR BEARING FIFTEEN FT. SCAMPER TRAILER, used twice Healer, side awning, outside light, four jacks, mirrors, front window awning, dishes, spare tire, sleeps six, 1967 Chevrolet Caprice, four door Under warranty, equalizer hitch Installed, three speed iuibogtide transmission, extra wheels, transmission cooler, S1800. 327.5494. APPEARING FEMALE VOCAL-Ist required for local group. Phone 327-0115, between 2-9 p.m. SALE OR TRADE OPEN TO offers. Chinchillas complete with cages. Phone 345-3982. LADY REQUIRES COM-panlonship of lady, preferably over 65, in exchange for excellent accommodation plus board. References please. Write Box 90, Herald. BUSINESS RESTAURANT WITH all equipment. Phone 327-1141. 44 AGRICULTURAL V.O.N. are seeking the services of a Public Health Nurse with degree or diploma. Interested applicant please phone the V.C.N. office at 327-4531. C 3324-1 RESIDENCE, FURNISHED. Possible revenue per month. to handle. Payments S231 l.P.T. Box Herald. in Montreal, on Monday, February 1, 1971, Mr. Wilfred Roy Ball, at the age of 58 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Lorna Ball, of Montreal and formerly of this city. A funeral service was held in Montreal on Thursday, February 4 followed by cremation, A memorial service will be held here in Lethbridge at p.m. on Wednesday, February 10 at the Central Church of Christ, 425 11 Street South, with Mr. James Chapman officiating. Mr. Ball's remains will then be interred in the family plot in Mountain Vi.ew Cemetery fol-' lowing the memorial service. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, care of 409 Canada Trust Building. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3327 PETRONECH Passed away suddenly at the residence in on Saturday, February 6, 1971, Mr. William John Petronech, at the age of 25 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Marion Petronech. Born in Lethbridge the late Mr. Petronech was formerly of the Coaldale and Champion districts. In 1969 he received his Bachelor of Science degree from the Montana State University at Missoula. Besides his loving wife he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Petronech of Champion, one sister, Miss Lesley R. Petronech of Calgary; one brother, Mr. Gordon G. Petronech of Champion and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Petronech of Lethbridge and formerly of Coal-dale. He was predeceased by his father in 1965. A private funeral service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, February 10 at Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3 Avenue South, with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. (Please note courtesy parking at rear of Interment will follow in Arch-mcunt Memorial Gardens. Flowers are gratefully declined. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. LARGE QUANTITY OF FEED BAR-ley or wheat. Contact Prime Feeders Ltd., Fort Macleod. Phone 234-209B or 236-3871, evenings. WOMAN Smiling woman under 60, 540 per week, two hours a day, five days a week. For nterview call Mrs. Leslie at 327-0616, between 2-4 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday. 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. WANTED FEED BARLEY AND WHEAT. HANEY FARMS. PHONE 738-4425 or 738-4451. 4i AUTOS AND MONEY, AVON AND MONEY Go together like a horse and carriage. Doesn't rhyme out its still true. Want to Know more? Call Mrs. M. Scott, 2514 23rd Ave. S. DEALERSHIP WHAT'S NEW? We have the only one there is. There is no compelition. Greatest income potential for the Investment you can find. This is not a vending machine. Investment required Territory open Lethbridge and district. Medicine Hat and district. Replies confidential and answered. Write Box 109, Herald. MALE -FEMALE HELP WANTED Used station wagon between two and four years. Perfer-obly white. Six or eight cylinder, automatic. Must be in very good condition. Write to: COLEMAN COLLIERIES L. R. Deyeile (Purchasing Agent) Coleman, Alberta SIX INTELLIGENT, ambitious people, who can invest spare a couple of hours a day, and interested in earning an extra a month immediately. For interview phone Mr. Hay at 327-8157. OUT OF THE RUT Pay off those bills Become a Fuller-ette. Fullerettes now working across Canada territories. Available at Taber, Pineher Creek, Del Bonita, Blairmore, Bellevue and Lethbridge. For further information phone Miss Csldweit at 327-1141. TEACHERS SECRETARY Required by larqe industrial concern. Shorthand essential. This is an excellent opportunity for the successful applicant. Reply giving full details of experience and' salary expected to P.O. Box 9P, Lethbridge, Alberta. LABORATORY TECHNICIAN Qualified to take charge of laboratory of Cardston Municipal Hospital. Contact the administrator of the Carcl-sion Municipal Hospital. Phone 653-4411, or write Box 310, Cardston. Position available immediately LOANS AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial propert 1 e s. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. 47 LIVESTOCK MILCH COWS CREAM CONTRACT. Write Joe Poppe, Box 774, Lethbridge. TERRITORIES AVAILABLE FOR THE GAL WHO WOULD LIKE TO BE HER OWN BOSS, EARN 5100-S500 EACH AAONTH AND CHOOSE HER OWN HOURS. FOR QUALIFYING INTERVIEW PHONE MISS CALDWELL, THE HOUSE OF FULLER AT 327-1141. RAVEN 1329 9fh ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phone 328-1336, Lethbridge. 233-2567. Taber. EDUCATIONAL BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES and sizes. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry Phone FOR IMMEDIATE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells you how. Phone 328-363S, MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbridge. LADY WITH BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING EXPERIENCE. MUSIC MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. ORGAN AND ACCORDION lessons. All ages. Special adult courses. Berti and Higa, 327-0115. 49 MACHINERY NECESSITY. GOOD VOICE AND TYPING ABILITY A DEFINITE ASSET. FOR INTERVIEW CONTACT R. W. KAHLO, 327-3125, INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. OF CANADA, LTD., 304 STAFFORD DRIVE, LETHBRiDGE ALBERTA. basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-S286. SEWING tractor; one each Row potato planter and potato digger. Lakeside Colony, Cranford, Alberta, or phone 345-3B7S. We build kitchen cabinets, 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. DO DRESSMAKING, ALTERA-tions and ironing in my home. Phone 328-6911. OF THANKS WANTED: BELT PULLEY ATTACH-ment for I.H.C. 650 Diesel tractor. Willing to pay S40 if unit in good shape, Contact R. W. Kahlo, 30-J Stafford Dr., tfithbrldge. Phone 327-3125. AND ALTERATIONS 121 7th Ave. A S. Phone READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read their advertisements the FIRST DAY IT APPEARS and REPORT ERRORS in time for the next insertion. The Lethbridge Herald is responsible We wish to express our sincere thanks to our relatives and friends for the lovely gifts, flowers and cards on the occasion of our golden anniversary. Thanks also to our son, his wife and our four grandchildren from Calgary for being with us LOST AND 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES MAN'S RING WITH SQUARE blue stone. Reward. Phone 328-1233 or 327-2540. S-iOD WANTED GOOD DEEP FREEZE. Phone 327-9162. as personal secretary; to maintain a close, highly responsive relationship to the day to day work BETWEEN CARMANGAY and Lethbridge on February 4, 1971, Pallet Jack. Reward. Phone 32B-19B7. first incorrect WANTED ICE AUGER, minimum cf details, supervision and direction; establishes, maintains and revises superiors records and files, edits material, maintains superior's calendar and makes appointments as instructed; 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 minimum of 45 w.p.m. Applications must be in by February 15, 1971. Apply by writing to Community Development, Box 50, R.R. No. 3, Calgary. Alberta. after t p.m. Palomino yearling and sorrel welsh pony. Half mile north of Stirling, west of elevators. Owner may claim them by paying for ad and feed since Wednesday, January 3rd. and Mrs. J. Szabo 1618 13th Ave. N. 4222 WISH TO PURCHASE METAL DE-iector. Phone 647-3851, Milk River. WANTED USED HOUSEHOLD FUR-niture, miscellaneous items and antiques. Norbridge Trading Centre. Pnone 327-7111. I would like to thank my doctors, nurses and staff of the medical floor at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. A special thanks to the nurses in the l.C.U. Also thanks to all who visited, sent cards, flowers and gifts and helped my family during my stay in hospital. W. M. (Mel) Ogston 4223 FARMER (WIDOWER) would like to meet young lady 35 to 45, who would like (arm lite. Write box 95. Herald. TRANSPORT Sealed Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock, A.M. Standard Time on Monday, February 22nd, 1971 'or the construction of the following work: (11 Highway 2, S. of Nisku to Edmonton, Crushing and Stockpiling Gra-ve for Sea Coat, Approximate Quantity, 10.BOO Cubic Yaras. 2) Highway 63, S. of Hangingstone River to Athabasca River, Mile 133.00 to Mile 159.29, Asphaltic Concrete Pavement and Other Work, Approximate Quant lies, 101, OW) Tons of Gravel, Ton Miles Haul. Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Buildinq, Edmonton, Alberta, the of-f cf? of the Dislricl Engineer, 1707 ith Straet N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer, Administration 3u kiing, Lelhbridge, Alber-ta, and wi I he available cnlv to individuals registered and operating in the Province o< Alberta, or to partner-ships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business in the Province of Alberta. A deposif of Do ars (SJi.OO) payabl" to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract Specif cations taken. Each bid most be accompanied by a .narked cheque or bond equal to o f Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L H. McMami5. DpRuty Minister of and Trnnspr.rt F! Take over bank SANTIAGO, Chile f Renter) Central bank president Andres Zaldivar annfnircod Monday the Chilean government has assumed control of the Banco Continental, the third hank taken over by the administration of President Salvador CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RAD1-ators, batteries? Highest prices. Var-zari iron Ltd., 330B 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-9342. HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 317-6261 service. Phone 327-7323, 10 a.m. -4 p.m., week days. MALE HELP 8, 1971, Sebastian Cabot (Bud) Williams, aged 88 years, Ciaresholm, Alberta, passed away at the Ciaresholm Municipal Hospital following a brief illness. Born in Pullman, Washington, he came to Alberta in 1905 and homesteaded in the Starline district in 1906. He was actively engaged in Hereford Cattle Breeding, having won many outstanding awards. He retired from ranching in 1963. Mr. Williams was very active in the field and track e'venls ii his vounger years. He was a member of the Canadian Hereford Association. Mr. Williams is survived by one son, Raymond F. Williams, Quiney, Illi nois; one grandson, Dr. Dennis R. Williams, Chicago, Illinois; three sisters, Mrs. Maude De-Lapp and Mrs. Kathryn Ewens, Roseburg. Oregon, Mrs. Margaret Gulbranson. Los An.scles, California. He was predeceased by his wife Lucille in 1956 and by one son Lawrence in 1939. Services at Ciaresholm United Church, Thursday, p.m. Rev. H. Francis Y.irtllcy officiating. Interment Clareslwlm Cemetery. Leydcn's Funeral Homes Ltd., Ciaresholm Branch. Directors of Services. ANONYMOUS Anyone wirh a drinking problem. Phone W-3045 or 328-3246, 7-20 ELECTRICIAN RE-quired in Fernie, B.C. Must have A or B ticket. Phone or 423-7008. SCRAP IRON Coppers Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 306 23rd Sf. MEMORIAM GROVES In loving memory of a dear father, Harry Groves, who passed away Jan-uary 29, 1969. The golden gates stood open, two years ago With farewell left unspoken He softly slipped away, Somewhere beyond the sunset Where beauty never dies, You rest in a lonely garden beneath Gcd's golden skies. remembered by his daughter Lilith: husband Ferd and grandchildren, Ronald, S'naron, Cathy and Alired of Earl Grey, Sask. 4046 (CANADA) LTD. Requires one service man and lour salesmen, between 25 and 60 years. Please apply 506 3rd Ave. S. OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LSTH-BRIDGE, REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY! An aggressive salesman is required for permanent C'lc: one r( Leihbridqe's top dealerships. We offer you a wide range of quality Droeinrts and neavy advertising to give you busy year-round sales with such oopu-lar items as American Motc-'-s Auto-mobiles, Jeep Trucks, Mobile Homes. Travel Trailers and Used Cars. If you qualify, we offer qenerous travel sx-penses, a profit sharing plan and -jlhti company ber.efits. Apply direct to the manager. United Wo tor Co Ltd., Cor. 3rd Ave. and 3'd St. CALLS Special Senior Citizens' 15 day to tnree island, departing March 2nd and April 7th. For further informalion phone your travel agent or Adventjre 318-7992. 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS Cash Paid For Used Trucks and Cars TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 327-9355 SERVICES AND STAMP AND 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT USED CAR etc. Same-day Service. U33 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. A TOASTER, IRON, KETTLE, vacuum cleaner, ptc repaired? Soe Al at Ac? TV and Radio, U06 17th SI S Benny cja Shopping Centre. Business phone 3IS-A131, residence. RENT A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE Ji.OO for twa wecKS, per rncnlh. clHIvery and picKup. Phone WILL DO TYPING IN MY HOME. Prone 328-1428. WILL DO BABYSITTING IN MV OWN home. 1603 Scenic Heights. Apt. WILL DO CLEANING ONF OR two days per v.eek. Phon? 32E-5350, after I p.m. aqcmpnt AH at AiiwM's full line Ford ar.d Mercury de-ilcrr.hip. See or Call Larry Oliver 223-3537 SUPERIOR MOTORS (TABER) Sinqer Company of Canada, Col-lent vail. C3399-13 WAYT.-.G SALES AND SERVICE sm.ill appliances, lawn inowers, vacuum cleaners, etc. No job too or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Phnne 327--M56. ELDERLY The elderly are more likely to be run over during the winter than the youngsters, cautions the Industrial Accident Prevention Bureau. EXPERIENCED ROOKKFFPFR w-ints v.'nrk h TELAC.HfR TH four years experience like r-m ploy men! In nursery kindergarten Box 102, Herald. register for employment OTTAWA (CP) the most reliable indicator Minister Otto Lang said unemployment in Canada, is that about T. C. Douglas, Mr. Lang were registered at report issued each month by offices at the end of Dominion Bureau of Statis- as seeking But he cautioned the reported that Ca- mons against using this were unemployed at as a true test of the number unemployed. It did not the Commons' refused those trying to change jobs unanimous consent needed who had found work and not notified the manpower debate a motion by Conservative House Leader Gerald W. Replying to New on unemployment. Baldwin's motion called the federal-provincial confer- MPs now meeting here "to give priority to immediate measures deal with the current unem- rail crisis." He said unemployment is Can- No. 1 problem and that federal government "which created it, now wil- refuses to provide any im- OTTAWA (CP) relief." National Railways must not sidetracked on to 'the route from its mainline of public service the Commons was told Monday. The should get a national tation policy on the rails. In debate on the CNR-Air Canada financing bill, MPs from all parties said new Crown-owned railway provide transportation first, then worry about profits. The bill, which was sent committee after second would provide CNR up to million for 1970 expenses such as equipment, property, branch lines, communications and (CP) Wardair Canada Ltd. has been given a two-week extension to March 1 in the deadline set for the It would provide another airline to make new ar- million for the first six for securing ad- of 1971 for obligations payments by charter before January, and a on overseas flights, the million for other transport commission projects in the same period. The bill would also guarantee loans and debentures of Tuesday. The Edmonton based company was ordered by the com- Canada up to last month to post by Feb. 15 a performance bond or guarantee under which South would be secured by a bonding or insurance com- digging commission said then that Wardair had failed to the required bank TORONTO (CP) Most accounts for advance pay- southern Ontario was out today from a new blanket has appealed the de- snow which impeded to Transport Minister clogged rural roads and Jamieson and has asked some country commission to set aside the A driving wind piled up until the appeal is de- in the Niagara Peninsula after 10-inch snowfall blew into commission r e g u 1 a- drifts which forced all non-scheduled charter schools in the area to must deposit all pre- The storm reached all in trust accounts. the north shore of Lake the amount may be with- and up the -St. Lawrence by the carrier after de- to Brockville, where five the group to its destina- of snow fell. In Toronto and the other when the inches of snow were has been returned. carriers were informed by commission last fall that a rule is being considered Deaths would require carriers to secure prepayments by a bond By THE CANADIAN financial guarantee. commission spokesman said London Sir Otto proposed rule has been ap- 87, brilliant British to Wardair because of who served as former account deficiencies and it of finance at the treasury would be applied to the many years and was later director and executive of industry later this year. Bank of Rome Dr. W a i n w r i g h t Churchill III, 46, a fire lyst and writer who belonged the U.S. branch of the British Churchill family; of block Gall. Ont.-Earl Werstine. Ont. (CP) A one of Canada's oldest was seriously injured newspaper more than 30 persons left Superior, Morgan when a fire phy, 67, president and a business block in of the Superior Evening town of 25 miles gram and a leader in the of Owen Sound. tional communications Phillips, 55, Cheslev vol- Sto. Agiithr, Q n c fireman, was in serious Michel Lcgaiilt. 62, in an Owen Sound and director of radio with what a nursing C.ISA who helped found snid could be a Timmins Press in 1939. back, suffered he lone off a snowy roof. ;