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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2t U1NMIOGI HHMO W 57 HMAU HUP WANTfD February 24, -IA niTOtINO nay be tn PITTSBURGH (AP) The U oman, who had complained of n. persistent obscene phone aller, was asked whether she n ould keep him on the line long p nough to make a trace possi- n te. she replied. "I talked ipped him for 45 minutes the other ight." That's the story told by Nor-lan Bach, director of Bell Tele-tone Co.'s anonymous call in Western Pennsylvania, illustrate wliat be considers lajor factor in the obscene call roblem: The willingness of wne people to lend an ear. Bach's first rule of phone UM simple: "If the caller wont ientify himself, hang up." "In the majority of canw re've had, the person who is Taking the call is an Bach explained. "He his D have an audience or his ef-jrt is wasled. There is no doubt n my mind that if everyone rould hang up it would really ut this thing down." CALLERS Thus far, Bach says, the bu-eau has identified some lersons responsible for such .alls. "But by doing so we be-leve we have disposed of about ifl.OOO he said. "In some nstances one man or woman is esponsible for calls to scores of fictims." An anonymous call conviction n Pennsylvania carries penal-jes from and one year to ail to and five years. In-festigations by Bach's bureau lave led to 700 convictions. "Our experience has been, towever, that most people don't want to he said. "Very often the caller is a neighbor, a relative or someone with whom they may have had an argument or an unsatisfactory business dealing. Quite often the callers are mentally ill or just working off a childish peeve." i Sometimes Bell investigators break a case with one phone call. Other times the investigations drag on. GRIM LIES Instances of harassing calls include the woman who phoned her landlord and blew a whistle in his ear, the caller who falsely told a woman her husband had been killed in a car crash and the untrue report to a soldier's parents that he had been wounded in Vietnam. Then there are the bomb threats. "They come In Bach said. "One guy gets the idea and 10 others copy him." Here are his suggestions for self-protection from telephone abusers: up on the first annoy- NOTICES Card, Of BIRTH Russ and Sandra re pleased to announce the r rtb ot their daughta, Kim- erly Michelle (6 Ibs., 6 r orn Tuesday, February 23, ii 971. Insured. 5006 -run Jhanki, DEATHS BECKER Sunday, Feb-uary 21, 1971, Arnold John e .ecker, aged 82- years, Vulcan, h Mass will be celebrated t i St. Mary's Church, Cham- c ion, Thursday a.m. Inter- 1 aent, Champion Cemetery. rulcan Funeral Home, in harge ot arrangements. _ a tJ W) s a CARDS OF THANKS cc WOOLFORD -r We wish to xpress our sincere appreciation relatives, friends and EXPERIENCED HAIR DRESSER E w.nttd ffant bete. p.m. TUTORING. EXPERI- AJWrti Pttrfwttanil ctrtlfl-U. ptKAt ttt-MN, ROYAl TRUST COMPANY, S LETHBRIDGE will by ArcltltKts until p.m.. WMnts- y, Atarch IWh. wn. la InHriy ma intiiutim KOYAL >i 1UST COWPANY, Llttibrldgt. Al- ContrKtOfi miy ottiln Pllnl S ai SwcltlcalloM from tht AreWttcli, V URIE i NEUFELO. Architects and S nglnwrs, Sixth Strett South, nth-rldae. upon deposit ol rtfunf il> upon receipt of a POM bid, nd providing all unmarked and In good condj-gn not later thin 7 days alter tin oslnj of tenders. a Sub-contractors may examine plans t. nd specifications In the Lethbridge and algary Construction Association Of- O cheque In the amount of J.OW.OO mult accompany all General 1 ontractors' bids, and the successful ontraclor will be required to furnish Performance Bond In the amount of 0% ot the contract. The lowest or any lender will not Manager. fn HARDWARE SALESLADY OTtenct prelerred. Good working con- Stlons Cirv Ail fit-its teld In A OTtStnci Writ. Box 114, MUSIC TEACHERS ORGAN AND ACCORDION dj ssons. All UK. Sgxclll Mull courwi. OJ tftl ZONE R2 RESIDENTIAL (Mu volved. Good wages. Apply Mr. Sproul, Western Canadian Seed HELP? ie A I.D Centra An Information elerral service. Phona 327-7323, 10 m.-4 p.m., week days. WANTED: STEAM ENGINEER WITH Third Class papers. Gas fired boilers. JIVi hour week. Will Interview retired or Mm! retired applicants. L e t Laundry, 1818 3rd Avenue ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone or affer Steady employment for man with right ability for stee fabricating shop. If no OF PROBLEM DRINKERS EEDING UNDERSTANDING AND NFORMAT10N CONTACT AL ANON AMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES ARE OF P.O. BOX Kl. LETH-RIDSE, February 21, 1971, 3ruce James Jensen, aged 21 fears, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensen, of Dia-nond City. The funeral service mil be held in St. Augustine's taglican Church, Lethbridge jo Thursday at 2 p.m., Rev. E. R. Doyle officiating. Interment in Archmount Memorial gardens. Friends who wish may donate to the Canadian Arthritic Association. Funeral Arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Mac-eod. C3583 McMANUS Passed away in the city on Monday, February 22, 1871, following a lengthy Mr. Irvin Mc-Manus, at the age of 57 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary McManus, of Picture Eutte. Born in Calgary in 1913, the late Mr. McManus came to the Turin district with his parents in 1917, and moved to Picture Butte in 1936, where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons, Irvin Wayne and Malcolm Lloyd, both of Picture Butte; three sisters, Mrs. D. (Nettie) Crane of Medicine Hat, Mrs. J. (Violet) Swartzen-berger and Mrs. J. (Ruby) Swartzenberger both of Turin. He was predeceased by one sister. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, February 27, 1971, in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13 Street North, with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. MEMORIAMS GOODR1CK In loving of dad, William L. Goodrick, irho passed away February 23, 962. There is a sad but secret remembrance rhere is a memory fond and true, There is a token of affection father, And a heart aches still for you. remembered by daughter, Babs. shop, good wages and fringe benefits. Phone for interview, 327-2161. SERVICES AND TAPING, SPRAYINO eillngs. Excellent workmanship. Phone FORD PART5MAN Ford Partsman with minimum of three veers counter experience required by large metropolitan dealership. The man we are looking for must be a con-Kientlom worker with at least a grade eleven education. We offer excellent working conditions, good salary and bonus to the right man. Please reply in your own handwriting to: Parts Manager, Metro Ford Sales Ltd. nil 9th Ave. S. W., Calgary 2, Alberta. A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. .00 for two weeks, per month, ree delivery and pickup. Phone 327-43. Singer Company of Canada, Co M8'1 Passed away suddenly in Vancouver on Sunday, February 21, 1971, Mr. Xystus Cornelius Kaupp, at the age of 67 years, of Vancouver, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Emily (Trixie) Kaupp. Born in Ohio in 1903, the late Mr. Kaupp came to New Dayton, with his parents in 1909. He farmed until 1942 at which lime he purchased the Cowley Hotel. In 1953, he purchased the Coaldale Hotel and lived there until 1963 when he moved to Vancouver, where he has resided until his passing. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. J. (Darlene) Tuttle of Lethbridge; two sons, Deloy of Lethbridge, and Douglas of Australia; three grandchildren and four brothers, Cletus and Enos of New Dayton, Raymond of Lethbridge, and Paul of Pineher Creek. He was predeceased by his parents and three brothers. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, February 27, at a.m. in A s s u m p tion Parish Church, with the Rev. Father R. F. de Billy celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Friends will meet for prayers on Friday, February 26, at p.m. in Assumption Parish Church. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. SALES AND SERVICE. SER-Ices on all makes of washers end ryers, automatic or conventional. Also 11 small appliances, lawn mowers, ons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No oo large or too small. LETHBRIDGE PPLIANCES, 3rd Avs. Phone 27-4456. formal reply to Egyptian proposals for a Middle East peace settlement would be handed "soon" to UN special envoy Gunnar Jarring. Egypt said last week it was ready to make peace with Israel, on condition that the Israelis withdraw from all territory captured in the 1967 Middle East war. Premier Golda Meir's government has welcomed the Cairo reference to peace but insisted that Israel would never move back to its old pre-war STAMP AND Rubber stamps, corporate teals, afers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 nd Ave. S. Phoni 328-5114. William Walter, who passed away February 23, 1965. Beautiful memories woven in gold, This is the picture we tenderly hold. Deep in our hearts, your memory is kept, To love and to cherish and never forget. TERMINAL MANAGER highway transportation company Is looking for a aggressive and mature man to take over the responsibilities of i terminal manager In Lethbridge. Duties include sales and service responsibilities in the southern Alberta area, and supervisor of from five to seven employees. Applicants must be married, have a pleasant personality and be sales and ser-vlce-mtnded. Prior experience n transportation helpful but not Salary, yearly bonus, a-lowance for car and fuel, extended tlMpItalllitlon plan, pension plan. Ktply In own handwriting giving full details of education and-ex-perfence to Box 142, Herald. All riplits confidential. WINTER WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT 'iteen Victoria Inn. Ideal winter finished accommodation, indoor neated tool, sauna, downtown, near parks. With or without meals. 0 f f season ates: Mr. P. G. Hartnell, Mgr., 6SS Douglas St., Victoria. postponed TABER (HNS) A retirement policy was waived recently when Taber school division trustees extended the retirement date by one year of three non-teaching employees. The extensions were granted Richard Jones, 65, one of {our caretakers at W. R. Myers High School, Arthur E. Park, 65, transportation supervisor at Taber, and Karl Johnson, 73, bus driver and transportation supervisor at Grassy Lake. All will now retire June 30, 1972. The board directed the division's 72-passenger school bus be used1 for class field trips, rather than two smaller buses as has been tin case at Vaux-hall, in order to reduce FULLY INSURED TREE SUR-GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2094. Betty and family. 4963 HANSEN In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Harry Einar, who passed away February 21, 1968. Someone remembers, someone cares, Your name is whispered in our prayers. A smile, a tear, a thought sincere, How often we wish you were here. remembered and sadly missed by wife Helen, Gilbert and Brenda. Carol and Don, Allen and children, Dolores and Robert Huis-man and children. 4983 CROW EAGLE In loving memory of Robert Crow Eagle, who passed away February 24, 1970. One lonely year has passed away since our great sorrow fell, The shock which we received that day, we still remember well. Our hearts still ache with sadness, our secret tears still flow, For what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely and everything goes wrong, We seem to hear you whisper, Cheer up, and carry on. E v e r remembered am sadly missed by his chil dren, Alfred, Pete, Hughie David, Agnes, Beatrice Bridget, and Clara, grand children and great-grand children. MOSS FOUR CU. FT. PRES-ure baled, Specially prepared ilanting soil, 50 Iba., 51.50; ground manure, 75 Ibs., 51.50. Fairview G r e n-house, 401 43rd St. S. Phone 323-2193. Construction Grade Foreman The Counly of Newell No. d, Brooks, Alberta requires the services of a Grade Foreman, with duties to commence April 1, 1971. Qualifications Capable of managing a construction crew of up to ten mei it one time. Good knowledge of roa building in an irrigation area. Able 1 read survey stakes, and be able t hand level. Fair working know edge of construction equipment. All Interested persons should forwarc applications to the undersigned, statin above qualifications, salary expectec and It least two references. Applications will close at noon o March 8, 1971, and will be reviewed b the Municipal Committee on March Further information may obta ne from C. Trifanenko, Public Works S pervlsor, phoni 362-4212. D. N. JAMES, MUNICIPAL SECRETARY COUNTY OF NEWELL NO. 4 BROOKS, ALBERTA C 3451 TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING Under Winter Works 3rogram, we are now able to trim trees and hedges very economically. Call us for free 327-2 641. POULTRY AND call. they persist, call the phone company. the phone saying nothing else. teach children to answer with "Smith residence." If the phone is in a name, don't list it Miss or Mrs., just S. Jones, for example. the caller asks, "what number if don't tell him. AND ROASTERS. HELLMUTH Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3234. y TURKEY FOUR to five weeks old. Phone 234-37W. PETS AND FISH AQUARIUMS and supplies. Call 323-2639, after d p.m. Dwellings) conditions are added to Immediately after 7. Home Occupations the following sect ons: 8. Non-Combustible Material That all multiple dwellings In excess of two (2) habitable floors or in excess of square feet per habitable floor shall be constructed of non-combustible materia 9 Factory Fabricated Dwellings The Municipal Planning Commission will consider each application for the erection of a factory fabricated sectional dwelling on Its n-dividual merit, having regard to the size, design, and finish in order to ensure compatibility with dwellings In the surrounding area. 10. Multiple Construction of Factory Fabricated Dwellings Where a number of factory fabricated dwellings are to be constructed in the same area, the developer shall submit an overall deve oo-ment plan, having due regard to the size, design, and finish, and will be required to complete the developmenf in one continuous OF THANKS CARSON We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our many Eriends and neighbours who shared our sorrow in the passing of our dear mother. Mrs. Jean G. Smith and family. WHITE TINY TOY Poodles One female, 15 months old, nine in. high; three male pups. Phone 344-2247, Coutts. OF FIRST MEETING IN LOCAL NEWSPAPER (SEC. A8 (3) AND (4) Notice is hereby given that Stuber Cascade Mfg. Ltd. made a Proposal under the Bankruptcy Act on the Uth day of February, 1971, and that the first meeting of creditors will be held on the 11th day of March, 1971, at p.m., at the Court House, In the City of Lethbridge, in Province of Alberta. DATED at Calgary, this lyth day of February, 1971. E. A. DAVIS, C.A. TRUSTEE 200 Bentall Building, Calgary, Alberta. they're alone. GOOD HOME FOR MALE dog Lab.-Spanlel cross. Fond of children. Phone after 6 p.m., 327-4107. in the transportation department. Employees required to drive private cars on school division business will be required to carry individual vehicle insurance with "business" rating, a n d will no longer be covered under the division's insurance policies. Trustee Thomas J. Parkinson was delegated to be chairman for a safety seminar at the Roseroom, Taber Cafe at 9 a.m. Friday, Feb. 26. The program is to be conducted by the motor vehicle branch, department of highways and transport, and is for bus driv ers in the TROPICALS FRESH wafer fish, marine fish, goldfish, aquar-ums, plants, supplies, custom made tanks. We also repair aquar urns pumps, heaters, etc. Phone 327-5017. My sincere thanks to my family, relatives and friends for making my 80th birthday such a pleasant and memorable day; for calls, flowers, gifts, cards, food and the many kindnesses shown me. All was greatly appreciated. M. A. McKenzie. 59 MALE FEMALE HELP FUR BEARING SEALAND WHITE RABBITS Ready for breeding. Phone 756-3420 Stirling, S. E. WANTED AT THE HOUSE OF 318-4141, for appointment. BUSINESS SALES-DEALERS Opportunity for a good Christian mar or woman. Very pleasant work. Ful time or part time. Reply Box 148 Herald. conditions are added to Immediately after B. Design Approval the followinn section: 9. Storage Where a dwelling is erected with out a basemenf, provision for CITY OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT, 1963 and IN THE MATTER of City of Ltth-bridgo By-iaw No. S9JO, being a By-Law to amend By-law 2750, being a By-Law with respect to zoning for the City of Lethbridge TAKE NOTICE THAT on Monday f-he etti day of March, 1971, at the hou of o'clock in the afternoon in th Council Chamber of City Hall, th Council of the City of Lethbridge w i hold a Public Hearing pursuant to Sec t on 130 of The Planning Act to conside the proposed By-Law 2940 to amen By-Law 2750, known as the Zoning Sy 3AND FURTHER TAKE NOTIC! e THAT the proposed By-Law 2940 wi amend the Zoning Map by de SHOP FOR SALE. PHONE 752-3030, Raymond. DEVELOP YOUR OWN We wish to express our most sincere thank you to friends, neighbors ant relatives for the cards, flowers and food received, and kim words of sympathy extended tc us in the passing of our be loved daughter and sister Thank you all. Anderson family. 4SB HERRESVELE I wish t express my sincere thanks anc appreciation to all who ex tended kindness and sympath at the death of my beloved wif Elsie. A special thanks goes ou "i to Christensen-Salmon Funera j Chapel and to those who sen food, cards and flowers; to Rev Albert Olsen for conducting th service. T would also like t thank the pallbearers for thei assistance at the funeral, and special thanks to the doctor j and the nurses for the wonder ful care they gave my wife. Herresvele. 496 JAMES We wish to es E press our sincere thanks to tl; doctors and nurses of St. Mich e ael's Hospital for the care an E attention shown to our belove c mother during her illness, an ba our sincere appreciation an thanks to our relatives and a c our friends for their card. floral tributes, messages c J; symnathy, food sent to on ns home and for all the acts kindness shown during our sa bereavement. A special thnnl !jj to Rev. Crisfield, the Rebekal e'n who supplied and served tl j lunch and the ladies of tl Green Acres Lodge. Snowden family at Wilkie families. 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL to the approval of the De velopment Officer. e) ZONE Rd RESIDENTIAL WANTED LABORATORY TECHNICIAN Qualified to take charge of laborator of Cardston Municipal Hosplta Contact the administrator ot the Card Ston Municipal Hospital. Phone 453-4411, or write Box 31 Cardston. Position available Immediate y fee's. Fantastic earnings. FOR DETAILS AND PERSONAL AP CALL 346-5018 OR 34J 1217, RED DEER, ALBERTA. after 9. Design Approva the following section: 10, Non-Combustible Material All multiple dwellings in ecxess o two (2) habitable floors or n ex cess of square feet per habil 3 able floor shall be constructed School plans progress TAEER (HNS) Tabe school division trustees report ed progress on the plans fo the new Central elementarj e school. Line plans as submitted bi Calgary architect John E. Ho: den have now been approve! by the department of educa tion. Mr. Holden will now procee 1 with detail drawings. The only remaining hitch t ihe project is the availabilit e of funds from Alber 0 ta Municipal Finance Corpora tion. The school board over-rule< e a committee recommendatio and will lender all types of in surance including boiler cover age and employer liability no e formerly carried. The commi n tee had recommended cor tinuation of existing policies, i, The tender call will be fo a May 1 closing. It will be limi )f ed to agencies within the M 1 boundaries. It was general! i- agreed that the board won1 not meet with the agents mal r- ing submissions lo the n Does your room need a new look? Rejuvenate your chairs, sdfas with fresh easy to make with these clear easy-to-fo'Jow directions! Pattern 7168: has step by-r step directions for making slip-- covers for chairs, sorfas. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special to: a THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD s Readers Mail Limited st 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Otnario Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Brantford, Georg Thomas Gordon, 82, who repre sented Brantford in the Ontari j legislature for the Liberal part fron? 1948 until he retired unde feated in 1968. R 1 Brockvillc, 0 n t --J a c k R n Radford, 73, a pioneer Canadia r broadcaster who entered broac a casting in 1923 with radio st.i s tion CFRB Toronto, where h was one of the first persons t use the singing commercial. 2 Gen. Do Cao Tri, 4 leader 01 South Victnames forces in Cambodia, in a he! copter crash, j Thunder Bay, John t Walker, 105, believed to hav i been the world's oldest Maso j and the world's oldest locorm live engineer. Born in Ashbun Ont., Mr. Walker became member of the Brotherhood Locomotive Engineers in 18! (f and was initiated in Free M j sonry in 1889. s Tucson, Frank V. Ma s tinek, 75, creator of the com ie strip Don Winslow in the e which appeared in more the 200 newspapers and was turm d into 16 novels for teen-age rea W slot car track "i eight lanes, accessories. Fur for all. Real money maker For more information contac Four Season Hobbies, 124 Is 4 Street, Havre, Montana 59501. Phone ZONR RJ B (SINGLE FAMILY DWELLINGS) conditions are add ed immediately after 10. Desig Approval the following section: Where a dwelling is erected with out a basement, provisions for ad equate storage is to be provide subject to the approval Of the D velopment Officer. (g) ZONE Cl COMMERCIAL Cen tral Area A) conditions are adde 1 to immediately after 7. Industr 61 TEACHERS LOANS the following section: 8. Non-Combustible WILLOW CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 28 Requlrss the following leaches, w duties to commence immediately. FORT MACLEOD Grade seven teacher, Soc Studies and Math Senior Hiqh School teach Social Studies and Geography Please submit application to Mr. R. Confldon, Secretary-Treasurer, W II Creek School Division No. 38, Box Claresholm. delineating as Zone R2 RES1DEN T1AL (Multiple the lands d scribed f Lois Ons (t) and Two ElocV Thre- (3) Plan LETHBRIDGE 7B90-, JK and municipally known 1815 tj and 1915 Avenue Norm AND FURTHER TAKE NOTIC t THAT the proposed By-Law will als amend the Zoning Map by delineatin as Zone R5 "RESIDENTIAL (Mu s tiole Dwelling) the lands described a n Blocks "A" and Plan LETH BRIDGE and municipally f known as 3.H9 Sylvan Road and 1-41 Ash Grove Road. E AND FURTHER TAKE NOTIC w THAT a copy of the proposed By-La e may be inspected at the office of It-e City Clerk In the City Hall during tf normal office hours E AND FURTHER TAKE NOTIC e THAT any person wishes to maV d representation concerning the cropos b- By-Law shall first file 3 written su er mission with the City Clerk not lat !e than o'clock neon on Friday, t 5th day of March, 1971, E AND FURTHER TAKE NOTIC t- THAT such persons as file such wr ten submission may appear at the Pu ns lie Hearing tornake representatio n- and to answ'er questions at City Coun ut concerning their submissions, but su p. feet to the condition lhat oral repr ill sentation In support of a brief will ne limited to thirty minutes and o art rebuttal period of no more than t minutes. ge DATED the Ciiy of this Ifilh day of February, 1971. John Gerla City Clark 47 AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED Cotteqe Mall Phone 318-3331 pp-.ldential. Commercial proper! 1 Farms and ranches. City or Tow [Lowest interest rates available. F r h and second mortgages. multiple dwellings in excess c two habitable floors or n ex of square feet per able floor shall be construe ed c nwi-combusfible material, "i (h) ZONE C! COMMERCIAL ICe tral Arpa E) conditions are adde j7 to immediately after 7. induslr and Commercial the following section: S Non-Combustible Material All Multiple dwellings in RAVEN 1379 9th ST. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, r r. modelling and reoairs. Phcne 327-321 of two (2) habitable floors or e- excess of square feet per ho 9 Itable flocr shall be constructed ft non-combustible material. AND FURTHER TAKE GARAGE BUILDING, CEMEh work and stuccoing. Anderson a Sorenson Construction, TWO 7th A1, S. Phont 327-66B2. THAT a copy of the proposed by-la id may be inspected at the office of t e- City Clerk In the City Hall during ft IF normal hours AND FURTHER TAKE PAINTING interior, exterior painting, any person who wishes to ma or representation concerning the propos 31 By-Law shall first file a written su M mission with the City Clerk not 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL r" WINDOWS AND DOOR NO MAINTENANCE NO 5th day of March, 1971, G- AM FURTHER TAKE NOTIC 5- THAT such persons as file such wr rtf ten submission may appear at the WANTED REGISTERED NUR General duty, full time. 14 bed rn sen hospital. Contact Mrs. Mary son. Supervisor or Waiter Tabors Administrator, c 'o The Ruby Va Hospital, Box 334, Sheridan, Monra 59749. ING, PHONE JONES ROOFING, 3 57J5. FRED STEINER CEMENT WOR ,J old basements duq, water proo'inn. surcd, free estimates. Phona 337-83 -37 and to answer questions at City COL n- cil concerning their submission, b 8i. subject lo the condition that oral re -tf resentatlcn In support of a brief v be limited (o thirty minutes and DENSE POPULATION n The Maltese Mal and two Mediterranean islaw d- Gozo and has almo persons per square 62 EDUCATIONAL A-l CABINET AND CRAFTS 5 IStfi 3rd AVE. S. period of no more than t minules. sh DATED Bt the City of Lethbrid al- this Uth day ot February, 1971. re- John Gerls sy City Clerk tf BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Eilloil 1 you how. Phone 33fl-36J6, Colurn School of Broadcasting, Genera! contractor spec Is in cabinet work. We bulltl or ba mrxlH to your needs. Call 337-8755, t S-tf or night. ;