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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ]t TIM tiTHMIDGf HHAID MALE HE1P WANTtO V'AKTEO GENERAL LA30R6R. PIMM 3M-13M. lu.tday, Fcbrgary 33. S9A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED i 'AANTED SEGISTEREB KUlil >ra! duty, full tl.T.e. U r-rf- hospital. Contact Mrs. Mary Tel- C '.VAKTED: STEAM ENSIIisER WITH Jjeaths, Of rhlrd papers. Gas fired toilers. me.-j3ge bv -llm Elliott tMls hour '.Viil intsrvif" you f.cv.-. sa-lSS, ''c cstt-i; TUTOmNG ELEMENTARY TUTORING. EXPERI- steel cnced Alberta Professional cale. Phone KS-wes, 8-10 a.r Ings. Steady employment for man with right ability for fabricating shop. If no ex- oerience do not apply. Union shop, good wooes and fringe 63 MUSIC TEACHERS benefits. Phone for interview, j PUNO, ORGAN 327-2161. 3555-28 csrtiii- BIRTHS STKRENBERG Clarence and Linda are happy to an- nounce the arrival of their DEATHS KAVPl' Passed away in Vancouver. B.C. oil Sunday, Februarv 21. 1971. Mr. Eystus '.64 SEWING SERVICES daughter, Shauna Lynn, on Ccrnelius Kaupp, at the age of AccoRoToT' I February 19, 1S7I at St. Mich-! 67 years, of Vancouver. Fu- uffji cn-angements will be rai- 48W I nounced when completed. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd.. Directors cf Fu- ____ AND ACCOR010H lessons. All ages. Special adult courses. ael S Hospital ar.d Hlga, 3J7-0115. PART3MAN -orb Partsman with minimum of inrfte vwrs counter experience required by 'arno metropolitan dealership. The man .vesre looking for must be a con- scientious worker with at least a gride eleven education. We offer ex- Client working conditions, gout salary and bonus to the right man. Please in yoyr own handwriting to: parts Manager, Metro Ford Sales Lid Mil 9ih Ave. S. W.. Calgary 2. Alberta 4159.24 ALLISON Garrv and Marv neral Service. CARDS OF THANKS CARDS OF THANKS JVMES The Wilkie STOTYX I wish to thank ilv 'wouM like to express their tbs doctors, nurses and staff of sincere thanks to their many i the Letr.briilgc Municipal Hos- friends for the beautiful How- j pital for their verj- land atten- DRESSMAKING, ALTERATIONS AND ni-g proud to announce the biiih Ironing done. Phone 328..1.2.I, ers s y m p a t h y cards. Your kindness has been deeply ap- preciated during the passing of our mother. A special thanks to the ladies of the Eagles Lodge; 66 PERSONAL WIDOW, NEW TO LETHBRIDGE, would like to meet gentleman in Ms 40'a Outings and entertainment. No trlflers. Write Box 144. Herald. -J3o3-27 Qf Jacqueline OFFICE ASSISTANT for MUNICIPAL OFFICE Mhveen the of 21 and 30 pre- >erred. State previous experience and salary expected. only those interested In a permanent position need apply. applications io be submitted nor later -nan March 1, 1971, to the Secretary-Treasurer M.D. of Cardston No. 6 Cardston, Alberta GERMANY Special to Hannover Fair April 25th to May 7th. Only Phone 327-0251. 4a34-24 j NEED HELP? I The A.I.D. Centre An 'Referral service. Phone 327-7323, 10. a.m.-4 p.m., week days. C3153-25F Dawn (7 Ibs. 10 Sunday, Februarj' 21, 1971 at the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital. A sister for Kathy, Shannon Lee and Jason. X1803 McMAXUS Passed C3571 I also Rev. awav bearers. Cusaield and pall- tion given me while a paiier.t there; also my relatives and friends for their visits and cards. I greatly appreciated all that was dene by them. Stotyu. 4883 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone a drinking problem. Pnone or FAMILIES OF PROBLEM NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE DF P.O. BOX 111, LETH- BRIDGE, ALBERTA. TERMINAL MANAGER Maticrvwitla highway transportation Company is looking for a respon- sible, aggressive and meture man TO take over the responsibilities of a t-rmlna! manager in Leihbrldge. DUtiK Include sales and service ponslblllties in ins southern Alberta Jirea, and supervisor! cf from five To seven employees. Applicants must bs married, have a pleasant personality and be sales and ser- Prior experience in Transportation helpful but not es- ssnfial. Salary, yearly bonus, al- lowance for car and fuel, extended hospItsUzatlon plan, pension plan. Reply In own handwriting giving full details of education and ex- to Box uz. Herald. All replies confidential. HAWAII CALLS Special Senior Citizens' 15 day lour, io three islands, departing March 2nd and April 7th. For further information phone your travel agent or Adventure DEATHS JOHNSON Sunday, ruary 21, 1971, Aleck J. John- son, aged 8fi yesrs, of Queens- town. Services at the Lutheran Church, Milo, Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. G. Herdrickson offi- c i a t i n g. Interment, Queens- Cemetery. Vulcan Funer- al Home, in charge of arrange- ments. C3564 in tha city en Monday, Febru- ary 22, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Jlr. Irvin JIc- Jlanus, at the age of 57 years, beloved husband of Mrs. McManus, cf Picture Butte. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. 1 Martio Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service. C3568 Tours, 328-7992. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phons 328-7362. RE-IT A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. S6.03 for two weeks, ilo per month. i Free delivery and pickup. Phcns 327- 2243. Sinaer Comoanv of Canada, Col- J9 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. S.ER- vlces on all makes of washers er.d drysre, automatic or conventional. all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. Ho job too large or too small, LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, ?05 3rd Ave. 337-4455. C7353-tf WANTED AT THE HOUSE OF ROB- .-rt Quallfisd hair stylist. Phone 32MM1, for appointment. C3473-24 SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL- RUbber stamps, corporate ssals, daters, etc. Same-day Servics. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 323-5114. SALES-DEALERS Opportunity for a good Christian man or woman. Very pleasant work. Full time or part time. Reply Bex 148, Herald. 4937-37 69A WINTER ACCOMMODATION PERSONNEL OFFICER .tsquirsd for 2CO bed hospital. Tnia individual administers the ysr- program and recruits and icrsens pofentlsl Advanced preparation and experisnca in psychology or personnel adniinistra- ?ior, required. j rtccd growth potential. Salary com- .Tisnsurate with ability ard experience. Apply: MRS. H. HOLT PERSONNEL OFFICER, LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL, LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. WARM WELCOME AV.'AITS YOU AT Queen Victoria Inn. Ideal wintsr fur- nished accommodation. Indoor nested pool, sauna, downtown, near parks. With cr without meals. Off Season rate-: Mr. P. G. Hertntil, Mgr., fi55 DouglEs St., Victoria. 1151-tf BECKER Sunday, rusty 21, 1971, Arnold Feb- John Seeker, aged 82 years, Vulcan. Bora at Formosa, Ontario, bs came to the Champion district in 1916 and has resided in Vulcan for the past 1% years. Survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ivor (Marguerite) Ivarson, Champion; one son, Clayton, Red Deer; five grandchildren4 one sister, Mrs. Carrie Meyer and one brother, Michael Bec- ker, bath of Ontario. Pre- deceased by his wife, Rosanna in Kivember, 1955. Funsral Mass will be celebrated in St. Mary's Church, Champion, TBufsday a.m. Inter- ment, Champion Cemetery. Vulcan Funeral Home, in charge cf arrangements. C3565 and James Wilkie. 4901 IN _ Passed away hi the city on Saturday, Febru- ary 20, 1971. Mr. Carl Johan- scn, at the age of B2 years, of Lethbridge. The funeral ser- vice will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, February 24, in Martin Bros." Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with the' Hev. W. Sehoepp officiating. (Please note courtesy parking at the rear of Interment will follow in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- j tors of Funeral Service. j C35701 TOIAX wish to express our appreciation to the staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospi- tal, Medical One for then- pa- tience, kindness and good nurs- ing care: also to all the friends and relatives for the flowers and kind tokens of sympathy and to everyone who helped in any way during the care and passing of our dear sister and Auntie, Mrs. Amy Tolan. M1UJDGE I wish to ex- press my very sincere thanks to my doctor, nui'sss and staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, for the care and at- tention given me while a pa- tient in the hospital; also for the cards sent to me and phone calls since returning home. Thank you all. Millidge. HEART SUKGERY Bobby Darin, W-year-o 1 (1 singer, actor and songwriter, was in "very good" condi- tion Co-Jay after undergoing lieart surgery several days ago, a Los Augcles hospital spokesman said. Snoi-vniobile kills man EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta's second sncinaoiale fatal- ity of the year occurred Sun- day when a machine plunged through ice on a sewage la- goon near St. Albert five miles north of here. The victim was identified Monday as Cameron Hugh Mc- Gregor, 35, of Edmonton. Ha was apparently alone. There was an eight-foot bank around the lagoon. Jim Paul, a mechanic at a nearby service station, said it wasn't the first snowmobile to go through the ice there. "The other riders were be said. Jasper Lodge post filled JASPER (AP) Promotion of H. K. Pickering to the new position of general manager of Jasper Park Lodge was cinnati woman has filed a j nounced here. j S5CO.COO breach of promise suit The post will combine super- against singer James Brown, vision of hotel management, icontendinghe promised to sales and marketing at the Ca- nadian National Railways re- HAS NAMES FOR IT CINCINNATI (AP) A Cin- Wallwork and families. 4343 IN MEMORIAMS On Page 23 in October, 1970. Lav-etta Clay, 23, alleged in the suit filed in court Monday that Brown's conduct with her was "ruthless, abrupt, humiliating, wanton, wilful and H. Ekkeliard Kolesch, formerly executive assistant manager at Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, replaces Mr. Piclcerlnf as resident manager. STRETCH OUTWARD j Saturn's rings stretch outward j some miles. 70 GARDENING FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTIM3, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2094. PEAT MOSS FOUR CU. FT. PRES- sure baled, S3.75. Specially prepared planting soil, 50 Ib5., 51.50; nroimd mon- ure, 75 ibs., S1.50. Falrvlew Green- house, 43rd St. S. Phone ECONOMY TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING Under Winter Works Program, are no-.v able to trim trees and hedges very economically. Call us for free 327-2W1. CI72-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRYER5 AND ROASTERS. HELLMU'IH DycU, Ccaldaie. Phcna 3-J5-3224. COURT WORKERS and ______ ALCOHOL EDUCATION WORKERS WANTED 'STARTED TURKEY to five old. ST.25. Phona 234-3745. JENSEN Passed away on Sunday, February 21, 1971, Bruce James Jensen, aged 21 years, beloved sen of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensen, of Dia- mond City. Beam in Lethbridge, Alberta, he received his educa- tion in Fort Macleod and Pic- ture Butte. For the past Hires years hte bas been employed with Alberta Government Tele- phones in Lethbridge. Besides Ms parents he is survival by three brothers, Bryan, of Trout Lake, Ontario, Myles and Da- vid at hsme; his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Beveridge of Monarch, Alberta. The funeral service, will be held in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, Lethbridge on Thursday at 2 p.m.. Rav. E. R. Doyle officiating. Inter- ment in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends who wish may donate to UK Canadian Arthritic Association. Funeral Arrangements by Eden's Fu- TUIUC Passed away in the city on Saturday, February 20, 1911, Mr. Nikola (Nick) Turic. at the age of 65 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Fran- ces Turic, of 1908 7th Ave. S. Born in Yugoslavia in 1900. the late Mr. Turic came to B.C. hi 1930, moving to Lethbridge in 1952, where he has resided ever since. He was a member of the Painters Union. Besides his loving wife be is survived by two daughters, Miss Judy Turic at home, and Mrs. K. (Lilly) Ball of Lethbridge; two grandchildren; and several brothers and sisters all in the old country. He was prede- ceased by one son Joseph in 1931. A Hequiem llass will be held at a.m. on Wednes- day, February 24 in St. rick's Cathclic Church, Pat- with the Rev. Fatter K. Trornau celebrant. Interment will fol- low in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Friends will meet for mass at p.m. Tuesday, (tonight) in St. Patrick's Church. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C3369 neral lecd. Home Ltd., Fcrt Mac- C3560 FUNERALS DeLAUW Requiem mass for Mrs. Adriana Maria Jo- sephina deLauw, beloved wife of Antonim Ccrnelius Maria de- Lauw of Kipp who died sud- denly at her home at Kipp Thursday, Feb. 18, 1971, at the age of 69 years, was said a.m. Monday, Feb. 22, 1971, in SUPPLIES WANTED GOOD HOME FOR MALE dog Lab.-Spaniel cross. Fond cf children. Phone after 6 p.m., 317-4107. 4832-35 FOR SALE ONE AND NATIVE COURT WORKER one male Boston Bull Terrier pop, six weeks old Pnone 453-3162 or 653-3091. 4753-23 SERVICES QUALIFICATIONS Grade 1C experience. Must have some experience working -with native people. "refsrencs will fee olven fo native tSialflcts commcn to area. For further tnformotton contact: BOB OGLE 140 2nd Ave. SAY. Calgary, Aiberra Phone 26-M156 S9A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED C-AILYNE TROPICALS FRESH water fish, marine fish, goldfish, aquar- iums, plants, supplies, custom made tanks. We also repair aquariums, oumo: etc. Phone 327-5017. 4845-K 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS TEN SEALAUD WHITE RABBITS. Ready for breeding. Phone 756-3420, I Stirling, 3. E. 484S-27 St Basil's Roman Catholic Church, with Rev. F. McOaba GOULDING Jack of Cole- j the celebrant. Pallbearers were man. passed away iu Crows-1 Thomas and Peter, John. Pass Hospital after a Henry. Tony and Acldie de- lengthy ill ness, February 21, 1971, at the age of 74 years. Born in Lanca- shire, England, September 21. the late Mr. Goulding came to Coleman in 1927 and has resided there since. He served in the First World War and World War H. He was a Lauw. Interment was in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge ot the JENSEN Funeral service fa- Alfred Jensen, beloved hus- band of the late Mrs. Bonita Jensen who died at Raymond' member of the Canadian Le- j Thursday, Feb. 18, 1911, at the gion, BPOE, Coleman, Old Age age of 31 years, was held at Pensioners Association. He 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22, 1971, married Nora Hulbert in Cole-1 in the Raymond Se 1945. Survivors include LDS Chapel wit LABORATORY TECHNICIAN fl.ltact the aarrinistratcr iton Hospital. 73 BUSINESS I OPPORTUNITIES IARE YOU A MANAGER? snow you rov.- you can manage a busi- tent'ial cf S1KO per'month the first var on an initial investment of un- tier Early retirement possible. Training and guidance aiven. Phcre 323-1704 C3524-K OPPORTUNITY his wife Nora, Cole m a n: j George Bohne officiating. Hcn- three sisters and one brother orary pallbearers were Don of England; three sons, Ernie. gleed. Bert Still, Jim Hervey, LET ME Lloydminster, .Bob and Ken Ail Atwooa. Doug Kamitomo, Calgary and nine graudcliil- j sim uichelson and Ken Karc- dren. Funeral service will be j jtomo. Active pallbearers were conducted in Fantin's grandsons Randy Jensen, Don Coleman at 2 p.m. Wednesday. I Wayne Harris, Robert. Februarj- 24, with Hev. Bab aIK) Gcrdcn Olcr. Inter- Smith officiating. Cremation ment was in tlie family plot in ro follow. In lieu of flowers i Temple Hill Cemetery, donations may be made to Cbrister.sen Salmon Funcr- Emil Aiello Memorial Fund. aj ncmc Ud.. Directors 01 Fu- carc C'f Pais Hos- pital, marking donations Memory of Jack Goulding. neral Senice. was in charge of the arrangements. Fantin Charge Chapel? Ltd.. 's .in TEACHERS WANTED WILLOW CRtEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 28 slot car track, eight lanes, accessories. Fun for ail Real money makei. Foi more information contact Four Season Hobbie- 124 1st 5'rest, Havre, Montana 59501 Phone 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS 75 CONTRACTS 75 CONTRACTS ACT, part of Trans-Canada Telephone System CARD OF THANKS I-'KROUSON We WISH to express oui genuine gratitude Iu the capable mantgeincr.t and jstnt'i of ihe Editli Cavell Xursing Home for the kindness, care and consideration so will- ingly given our mother during her "illness. Many thanks, also to our friends lor their thought- iul ol' I during our bereavement. and Everett Ferpu- -on and families IW9 :ST1! LARGESl The 28th largest itale in Uv SWte, m w< Xijnji L-jrokna. Plenty He can turn business problems into opportunities by using his training and experience, his know-how in communications applications. He can show you new opportunities for growth, new markets, a brighter profit picture, a better competitive position. He's a resourceful ACT Communications Consultant. He s backed by engineers, technicians, research facilities, a large selection of communications equipment. He has at his fingertips the telephone company's vast communications network, the largest in Canada. Whether you're 3 small or large company, he can help. Call an AGT Communications Consultant today. Talk over your objectives. Explain your problems. Then let him go to work for you. Simply dial (Zero) and ask for Zenith 33000 (toll NQ obligation, of course. 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