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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta at Wi ItTHMIOCI HIRAIO MwAiy, hWuwy IS, 71 44 AGRICULTURAL WO. j MAU HUP A RESCUED FROM WRECKAGE Frank Carbonara, a hospital kitchen employee who was extricated from earthquake wreckage Friday, is kissed by his wife Rose at a Los Angeles hospital. He was trapped for days. At right is daughter members guided In 4-H clubs CRANBROOK (SpeciaD-Provincial agriculturalist for East Kootenay, E. L. Berry, reports 4-H club membership is currently up to 110 for the ear, 34 in homecraft and 76 ui calf clubs. Members are raising 64 steer calves for June Achievement Day and Sale, while 18 beef leifers are being raised to the second year of a new project Heifers are judged in Achievement Day program, >ut are retained by owners as replacement producers. Homecraft members are argely working on clothing and domestic arts projects, but 13 are now engaged to outdoor cookery as well. Management projects r e under way by Lynn Dixson of East Kootenay Homecraft, to wardrobe management, and by Susan Salanski, South Country Beef, to market steer management. These require extensive earlier club work for qualification. Ten Junior Leadership Projects are under way for senior members toward helping leaders instruct younger members to both homecraft and beef clubs. LARGE QUANTITY OF FEED BAR-Isy or whtat. Ccntict Prime Feeders lA, JJMCM or 2U-3I71. evenincs. LEAD GUITAR PLAYER. Phone 37S-MM, it 5 p.m. FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMIKG. ETC. PHONE Births, Deatl Cards Of In Mem BIRTH HANULEY-Cathy and Roger are proud to announce the birth of a son, Michael Scot, eight Ibs., six ozs., born on Monday, February 8, 1971. Proud grandparents are Bill and Mildred Meheden and Lester and Phyllis Handley. Insured. Funerals, Thanks. 1 S oriams DEATHS MANYFEATHERS Passed away en Sunday, February 14, 197li Mathilda Manyfeathers, sged 87 years, of Brocket. Survived by one son James Morning Bull; one daughter Mrs. Mary Sharpadze of the Peigan Reserve. Ti.e funeral service will be held in St. Cypian Anglican Church Wednesday at Rev. R. Hunt officiating. Interment Brocket Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by Sdetfs Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. WIRING SPECIALIST PERMANENT POSITION FOR RIGHT MAN. WRITE BOX TREE AND HEDGE 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED are now to trim s.-a r.edies very Call t's tor fret estimate 327-2641. MILCH COWS CREAM CONTRACT. Jet Poppe, Box 774. SALESMAN EXPERI-encft preferred. Gcod working condl-tic-ns City store. Ail hsld In confidtnce. Write Bex 114, POULTRY AND SUPPLIES JM7-17 FRYERS AND ROASTERS. HELLMUIH Dyck, Ccitdale. Ji5-3324. DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. PrrorTt Utnbrldse. TECHNICIAN WITH experience in soils, asphalt and concrete testing. ind draft 1 n g experience would be in asset. Write Box m, Herald. HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES irTd slies. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drenry Phone 338.2511. MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and procnsliKl. Wholesale rptat and llvMtock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbrldge. REQUIRED SEMI-RETIRED STEAM ENGINEER, INTERESTED IN FULL OR PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT, TO SUPPLEMENT PENSION. 2ND OR 3RD CERTIFICATE REQUIRED WITH VARIED BOILER EXPERIENCE AND GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF AIR CONDITIONING. BOX 123, HERALD TURKEY POULTS-FOUR I'D v.teks old. 51.55. JJ1-3764. PETS AND LIVESTOCK WANTED TO Ul 18th St., Fort Macleod. females, !20. SIAMESE AVAILABLE FOR services. Phone 328-6184, after WANTED 300 COV.'S ON SHARES. Plenty "heller. Write Box 127, WALSHE Passed away in Fort Macleod on Friday, February 12, 1971, F. P. (Frank) Walshe, aged 77 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Walshe of Fort Macleod. The1 funeral service will be held in Holy Cross Catholic Church on Tuesday, February 18 at a.m., Rev. L. Redmond officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in the Holy Cross Church, Monday at p.m. In lieu of floorers donations to the Alberta Heart Fund. Funeral Arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. FEMALE BLUEPOINT SIA-mese kittens, S25. House trained. Apply 935 15th St. S. WANTED SO COWS. SHARES. T. J. Crawford, 1406 13th Ave. S. Phone REQUIRED IMMEDIATELYI An aqgressive salesman Is required for permanent Sales Position with one cf Lembrldge's top deatersnips. We offer you a wlds range of quality products and heavy advertising to give you busy year-round sales wilh such popular Items as American Motors Automobiles, Jeep Trucks, Mobile Homes, Travel Trailers and Used Cars. If ycu quality, we offer generous travel expenses, a profit sharing plan and other company benefits. Apply direct to the manager, United Motors Co. Ltd., Ccr. 3rd Ave. and 3rd St. 5. SAMOYED FOR 49 MACHINERY years old. Contact Darren Hen-Inger at 328-1101. WANTED TRACTOR, WITH OR without front-end loader. Box 43, Marys-vllle, B.C. MINIATURE DACH-shund puppy House trained. Phone 328-1528. CHANT Funeral service for Mrs. Ethel Eva Marie Grant, beloved wife of the late Mr. Earl N. Grant, who died in the city Feb. 11 at the age of 60 was held at p.m. Mon-dav in the Memorial Chapel with Rev. R. D. K. Elliot officiating. Pallbearers were Wayne Anderson, Mick Anderson, Terry Anderson, David Anderson, Lory Ryden, and Alt Olsen. Interment was in Arch-mount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Service, was in charge of the arrangements. BROWNLEE Funeral service for Mrs. Anna Pearl Brownlee, beloved wife of the late George Osbome Bormvlec. who died in the city Feb. 12 at the age of was held at p.m. Monday in McKillop United Church with Rev. L. Brian Jones officiating. Honorary pallbearers were R. Graham, A. Markert. R. Linder-man.. C Dillenbeck. B. Folkins, B. Madill. H. Geldreich. J. Piper. F. Collins, and F. Men-singer. Active pallbearers were J. Piper, B. Dillenbeck, W. Al-bertson. S. Arisman, and T. Prankish. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors cf Funeral Service, was in charge of the MASSEY FERGUSON 13! OR 2135. 545-4545, Bow Island Turf Farm, Bow Island. FEMALE PART GERMAN Shepherd, to be given away. Good watch dog and good with children. Phona 222-3740. 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES FOR Valentine's. Lovely Reasona b I y priced. Call after 6 p.m., 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Phone 328-3423. gallons or mere. Tom H.olley, Box 32, Elko, B.C. FUR BEARING WANTED ICE AUGER, FISHING boat and accessories. Phone 327-5055. Iffer 4 p.m. Required at the Lethbrldge Correctional Institute to assist In the preparation of meals and baked goods in an Institutional setting. Supervision of Inmates Involved in Kitchen activities is a n integral part of this position. Qualifications: Mature person able to deal effectively with men. Grade X, Alberta journeyman qualification and at least two-three years of sxperlence. Salary to per month dependent upon qualifications. Competition No. 9423-C-1. Information and application forms from: Government of Alberta, Personnel Administration Office, Room 1101, John J. Bowlen Building, 620 7th Avenue S.W., Cclgary 2, SALE OR TRADE OPEN TO offers. Chinchillas complete with cages. Phone 345-3582. WISH TO PURCHASE METAL CJE-tsctor. Phone 447-3851, Milk BUSINESS poJlu opposition's gon; Dalr. nnf his wife, live at Edmonton Dana, tic el-ler son and 1 wife both died Calgarj ii Mr.v Gocxlner (lied in Hi Rl.V TKU.ri COALTMLF. II.Niv Th' town will invite lenders on truck for the watr.r and RESPONSIBLE MALE, FOURTH yesr technical education student requires position April 15th. Phone 358-7372. Boy's black framed glasses Vicinity of Spudnut Shop. 337-5594. 4448-1 57 FEMALE HELP HOMEMAKER, YOU CAN EARN good Income helping others to a life. Part-time or full time. Phor.e 328-1 704. FARMER would tike to meet young lady 35 to AS, who would ilke farm life. Write Box 95, Herald. HARDWARE SALESLADY EX perience preferred. Good working ten dltlons. City store. All replies held In confidsnce. write Box 11-4, Herald. HELP? The A.l.D. Centre An information-Referral service. Phone 327-7323, it p.m., week days. THE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH OF the V.O.H. are seeking the services of a Public Health Nurse with degree cr diploma. Interested applicant phone V O.N. office at 327-4531. C 3374-1.-HOU5EWIVES iarn S4S-il2Q weekly, oart cr fml minimum li hours weekly. Cat aloqulng and i c 1 n q established accounts. Phone 337-1 Ut. ANONYMOUS Anyone a drinking problem. Phone 127-BW5 or 328-3246, OF PROBLEM DRIMKSR NEEDING UNDERSTANDING ANC INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANCr FAMILY GROUP. V.'RITc INQUIEIE CARE OF P.O. BOX til, BRIDGE, ___ m ___ t PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT j 3eale3 feracrs -.vi'i be received oy undersigned up to 11 o'clcck A.M Standard en Friday, February I6th, 1971, fcr rr-e construct ion ot 're following v.-ork. il) 16, c' Island Park Fit to E. cf Munrfare, Crush ng 1 an-I Gravel for Ssat Coat ADproxirnot'-i Quantity 5.000 Cubic 7 Ynrds. 1 [2) Hignway 22, 5. cf Pr-ddis Ccrnsr tc Turr.er Valley, Mil- 13. K to V. C 17.29, Asphaltic Concrete Pavftmen a and Other Approyirpat-! Qjnn i lies, of Ton Miies Haul. Cc-.trsct a-.d may te ohtaint-l tnc offir.f; c( Cr.lsf Ccfi f r-'ructicn Er-siriCSf, Building Edmcriton, Altcrtn. ihe office cf th Dis'ri'-t 1707 filh Street i Calgary, Aibfrta. ard the office of 1h 1 District E n q i n e r, Admtnistrat or Lethbridge, Alberta, and 0' le'rori nrri'opftrat'r.o'i- the Province C r.r To cr atior.s rsgislnrfid and ope rating 3 in fhfi Provir.ce of t to Treasurer, w' bid nvjit b? accotnpufiisd n -'public. Tno cr n: f Tend-sr r.c J necessfifliy Oeputy t SERVICES AND WHERE IS YOUR AVON REPRES SNTATIVE? Maybe you nav one. yen should the cne vour neighborhood tc 3eM all thoi customers. Interested? Call Mrs, tf Scott, M14 23rd Ave. S. Als cpsnlngs In Picture and TA P 1 ri G, SPRAYl'if ceilings. '.vsrkmariahlp. NEED A TOASTER, IRON, KETTLE vacuum cleaner, STC. repaired? Se Al at Ace TV ard RaDb, 17t St. S., Bonnyda'e Shcppinn Centre Bushesi phsr.s rssidencs EXPERIENCED 15 RE qulrsd by modern local office. Mas bs accurate typist, have command r shorthand ard be capable cf producin minimum nf suoervhlcn. Wr t 9cv 117, H-raH CS33M EATON'S REQUIRES Nftot, Ambitious SALESLADY t-or The Wig Bo. Experience No) P o r j G i1 n e i Otfics 2nd Floor Day "7 a.m 1? 1'iOC1" i MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SES 1 vices en a'i trflVss nf washe's f n 1 dryers, autoiiaflc cinvent'Cnal. OWN A PROFITABLE KAMPGROUND Become a successful mem-1 her of KOA, largest inter-notionol system of deluxe, family campgrounds. Cosh in on the bccming leisure. 're-; creation finld. Modest investment brings Instant cash-flow and strong earnings. Proven operatinp methods. Choice Canadian areas Mill avail-able, KOA (Canada) tld., Depl. 1, 614 Sixth Ave. S.W., Calgary Alberto, for information. fss'Taroe e-'too APPLIANCES, f'-5 jrc c. icnr HELEN'A, Muni. iAP' Ihe Montana Senate parsed a resolution favoring the speedy ;iu( complete withdrawal of American troops from Vietnam. I' also requested an end to the federal military draft ard Uir eslahli.shmei'it 01 a well-pair 1 volunteer army The anii-wai resolution passed bv a i REPAIRS TO J1NG er r.'iachi-.es, 1 tc fill hcrr.c es! rrat-. 327-IIX3. C-. o Car.ads, tf.s'A. ir.i Pr. ere WINTER ACCOMMODATION FLCC.'.1-" 'YCl; A Vi-'irirt Ir: iStfil ir.dcsr r.esie '.Vllf- or -.'.Iff.tjul rnenij. Off senic P. f.'.gr., ;