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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, January 3, 1974 66 HCLf WAMTED T HELP WANTED WANTED GENERAL LABORER. APPLY IN PERSON. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. C5786-II Journeyman electrician required for non-union shop Phone 362-4568. or write Cher-Vian Electric Ltd P.O. Box 1180, Brooks._________6496-9 Security guards wanted. Dependable and bondable applicants only. Others need not apply. Phone 328- 6454. C6343-31 General laundry help. Good working conditions and permanent employment Apply in person Canadian Linen. 1818 3rd Ave. S. C6347-5 Wanted Individual for janitorial and miscellaneous duties. Working hours 4 p.m.-midnight Five day week. Permanent Apply in person Canadian Linen Supply. 1818 3rd Ave. S. ______________C6346-5 Bookkeeper for Cardston Agricultural Products. Knowledge of books preferred but not. necessary. Write Cardston Agricultural Products, Robert Holland. Box 428, Cardston. C6119-tf Wanted Route personnel for our rental division. Applicant must be 21 years or older, must have current driver's license and be bondable. Ex- cellent opportunity for advancement and earnings. Apply in person to Canadian Linen Supply, 1818 3rd Ave. S C634S-5 Asssistant for Lethbridge Feed Elevator. Duties including meeting public, some record keeping, operating plant equipment and physical handling of grain. Apply in person ELLISON'S HEAD OFFICE LETHBRIDGE C6234-tf Energetic person required for rapidly growing medical supply company. Position is shipping and receiving Excellent opportunity for advance- ment to sales or internal management. Apply in own handwriting stating education, ex- perience, age and salary re- quirements to Box 139, Herald. C6301-7 EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER For Beauty Shop Required in January. Guaranteed wage plus commission. Contact Jorgen Maegaard, 2189. VIKING International Hairstyling C6071-16J GRAIN ELEVATOR MANAGER For Foremost elevator. Must be bon- dable and in good health. Experience preferred. Apply in person Ellison's Head Office Lethbridge C6233-H WHOLESALE HARDWARE REQUIRES HOUSEWARES REORDER BUYER Applicant must have experience in housewares merchandizing. FOR INTERVIEW: PHONE 328-1711 C6344-7 Wanted: EXPERIENCED SALES PERSON for Steady, part time work APPLY IN PERSON TO: STERLING SHOES C6299-M DINING ROOM PERSONNEL HAVE POSITION OPEN FOR ONE. FULL TIME AND ALSO TWO PART. TIME (EVENINGS) FOR DINING ROOM SERVICE. Apply: John Wichers SVEN ERICKSEN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT FOR INTERVIEW PHONE 328-7756 C6304-3 SERVICE TECHNICIAN National Photocopy firm requires ad- ditional staff for technical department for Lethbrfdge and surrounding area, In order to be considered, applicants must have some technical ex- perience or at least a basic knowledge of electronics. This is an expanding young company with excellent future for ad- vancement. Comprehensive training provided, all benefits, top salary. Apply in writing for personal interview to: MURRITT PHOTOPHAX LTD. 257 12 ST. N., LETH. ATT. B. McCOLL, BRANCH MANAGER 6437-8 SEARS REQUIRES EXPERIENCED TIRE INSTALLER Benefits include: hr. work week discount purchase pay benefits sharing insurance Apply in person Personnel Department SIMPSONS SEARS Centre Village Mall C6338-M WANTED GENERAL PLANT HELP. SHIFT WORK. PHONE 654- 2116. VAUXHALL C6198-9J Wanted Medical Lab technician for doctor's office. Phone 328- 2326. C6277-10 Laundry repairing Experienced. Good workers. Also laundry Apply 0 K, Laundry. 327-4039. C6317-4 TELEPHONE SECRETARY REQUIRED FOR GRAVE YARD SHIFT. PHONE 328-1701. 8 A.M. to 4 P M. ONLY.______________C6323-4 MATURE EMPLOYEE FOR GENERAL DUTIES IN NURSING HOME. APPLY IN PERSON EDITH CAVELL NURSING HOME. '1255 5TH AVE- S" Time Air requires a reservation- ticketing agent. Must be prepared for shift work. Must have telephone and typing experience. Contact 328-2331 for appointment._________C6300-3 Warehouseman Truck Driver. Apply in person Scott National Co., 209 4th St. S. C6195-9 Expanding real estate company has openings for sales representatives. Male or female. Experience preferred but not necessary. Apply in writing giving full particulars including sales, experience to P.O. Box 1146. Lethbridge. All inquiries answered. C2212-tf BOOKKEEPER For general ledger, payroll and allied duties. Experience on bookkeeping machines preferred. Position available now. Apply in person. Ellison's Head Office. Lethbridge. C6118-tf 66 OFFICE. CLERICAL National transportation company re- quires receptionist-typist for general office duties. Experience preferred but not essential. Phone Gerry Easthope. 328-5521. C6348-5 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL Help required for waiting on tables. Experience preferred. Apply Top's Pizza and Spaghetti House. C6038-tt Waitresses and waiters required at Golden Bridge Restaurant. Apply in person to Henry Yee. Phone 328- 2525. C2712-H MOTEL CLEANING STAFF. GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL. PHONE 327- 4576. C6324-4 wanted. Ex- perience not .necessary, will train. Part or full time. Swing shirts. Apply Mrs. Shaw, El Rancho Motor Hotel. C6231-3 68 DOMESTIC Babysitter wanted to come in 11th St. S. 327-1000, after 6pm. 6344-4 Require babysitter five days a week for one pre-schooler, in Ashgrove area. Phone 327-7736. 6432-4 69 FARM Person experienced in farm and ranch work. Mainly cow-calf and hay. General handyman. State experience and salary expected. Reply P.O. Box 308, Fort Macleod, Alberta. 6466-16 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL Registered Nurses required im- mediately for modern, active 25-bed hospital in East Central Alberta. Salary and personnel policies per A.A R.N. Residence available, at low rates. Rural hospitals present an ex- cellent opportunity to develop a wide range of nursing skills Apply to: Mrs. Willa J. Suntjens, R.N., B.Sc., Direc- tor of Nursing, Coronation Municipal Hospital, Coronation, Alberta.6433-8 71 TEACHERS WANTED COUNTY OF VULCAN Requires a teacher for half days in the Mosslelgh School. Should have some early childhood training. Forward complete resume to: Superintendent of Schools Box 180 Vulcan, Alberta C6273-3 TEACHING VACANCIES! TEACHING VACANCIES! Junior High Mathematics Teacher for WHITECOURT HILLTOP SCHOOL Learning Disabilities Teacher for SANGUDO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Duties to commence as soon as can be arranged. Please submit application, including phone number to' MR. W. GREEN SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS COUNTY OF LAC STE. ANN SANGUDO, ALBERTA Phone 1-785-2344 6497-5 ENTERTAINMENT EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE DANCE GROUPS AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328- 2867. 4951-tf THE VARIETY MEN DANCE BAND FOR HIRF FOR WEDDINGS, ETC PHONE LEN ERI.ENDSON 327-6817 6083-tf 71 TEACHERS WANTED STETTLER SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1475 Invites applications 1. A Business Education Teacher Likely some English and Mathematics for Priority Employment Program. Duties to commence January 7.1974. 2. A Senior High School English Teacher For the Second Semester starting January 30th, 1974. of Stettler Salary Schedule (1974) 6600 7500 9250 9775 10300 10225 11575 14800 15375 16025 For further information or to submit applications, MR. B. J. STRAIN SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS BOX 1420 STETTLER, ALTA. Phone 742-3331 or 742-2860 (evenings) C6259-5 72 LICENSED KIOTEhiARIfcllS NURSERIES___________________ Kradle Koop Day Care Centre. Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre 328-2509. C4658-tf 78 LOST AND FOUND Lost Man's tinted, wire rim reading glasses. Reward. Phone 327- 8121. 6522-4 79 PERSONAL Birth Control and Information Centre. 542 7th St. S. Phone 328- 0196. C3125-W More flags on the 8th Lethbridge Sea Scout mast. Persons interested in joining Sea Venturers, 14-17 or Sea Rovers, 18-24 invited to phone the Skipper, 327-0294. 6498-5 Lonely, good looking 30 year old gentleman good job, new home, good reputation would like to meet sincere single or divorced woman 25 to 35 years old. Please reply to Box 136, Herald. 6290-3 Have your basic rights been in- fringed' We are concerned. Phone 328-3856. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ALBERTA HUMAN RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES ASSOCIATION 3144-tf ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem phone 327-8049 or 328-3246. after p.m. 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS Kirby Vacuum Sales and Service Kirby Company of Lethbridge 328- 8962. C3751-tf DRYWALLING TAPING SPRAYING CEILINGS REPAIR WORK. PHONE 328-7362. 2943-tf Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-5114. Maytag Sales and Service. Services on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No job too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3RD AVE. S. Phone 327-4456. C7353-W 84 6ARDENIN6 Winter work special. Trees and hedges trimmed. Trees removed for less. Phone 327-2641. C5837-tf McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates. Pruning, trimming and felling. Call 328-2094, 327- 1323. 7030-tf 85 POULTBY AMD SUPPLIES Stew hens for sale, 75t each. Phone 758-6627, Magrath. 6467-4 Chickens for sale each, alive. 6 Ib. average. Phone 327- 9168. 6523-5 Heavy roasting hens per Ib. pan ready. Roosters eight Ibs. dress- ed per Ib. Also fryers, custom work. Helmuth Dyck, 345- 3224. C6355-tf >t NOWHI Rl. A.e> coi D 11 SHOUI D radiation in radiation out "I HE or P COMPOUNDS, IN A. Dfc-NaP fs or POURINC> OUT hRuPT l n rWN'a, AJ BC 11 FF.CT- V.! Ci- HFAT Shows profit Arthur J. E. Child, pres- ident of Burns Foods Ltd., was hired in 1966 by the meat-packing company to curb a downhill trend and the next year Burns Food started making money. Today it is the country's second largest meat- packing company with an- nual sales of mil- lion and employ people in 60 plants across Canada. Dollar climbs higher LONDON (AP) The United States dollar climbed against European currencies today and the price of gold was up by an ounce to its highest level in more than five months. Dealers attributed the continuing increase in the price of gold to a belief the Arab countries may demand payment for their oil exports in gold rather than foreign currencies. At Frankfurt, the U.S. dollar bought at 2.7940 marks today against 2.7550 Wednesday. The pound sterling was quoted an all-time low, against late Wednesday. Sterling was firm, however, against Euro- pean currencies. One dealer said the market was "nervous" and "hectic." He said the dollar's strength is based on the belief that the United States will suffer less than other major oil- importing countries from re- cent increases in oil prices. White House admits 'mistake' SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (Reuter) The White House admitted Wednesday its se- cond mix-up over its report that President Nixon had ap- pointed his wife, Pat, to serve on a new national advisory council on voluntary services. The appointment was originally announced Sunday but the White House press of- fice said Tuesday it had been discovered it was illegal for the president to name his wife to any government post and so she was unable to serve on the council. Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS MURPHY Passed away at Hanna on Wednesday, January 2nd, 1974, Lucille of Taber at the age of 63 years, beloved wife of William Murphy of Taber. Funeral services will be conducted on Saturday, January 5th at 2 p.m. from the Taber Stake Centre, with Bishop Don Fisher officiating. Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME, Taber, in charge of arrangements. C6359 MCDONALD Passed away in the city on Wednesday, January 2nd, 1974 following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Doris Evelyn McDonald at the age of 60 years, beloved wife of Mr. George McDonald of 1907 14th Avenue South. Born in Carmangay, the late Mrs. McDonald moved to Bindloss, Alberta with her parents in 1915 and to Crossfield in 1940. In 1954 she moved. to Lethbridge where she has resided until her passing. Besides her loving husband George, she is surviv- ed by one daughter, Mrs. J. (Heather) of Lethbridge; two brothers, Ted ,Hall of Calgary, Ross Hall of Medicine Hat. She was predeceased by one son, Dale in 1967. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, January 5, 1974 at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North, with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Building, Lethbridge, Alberta. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C.RSM BRODIE Margaret Jean. R.N. Passed away after a brief illness on Tuesday, January 1, 1974 (in Born and raised in Lethbridge in 1908, she was the daughter of a Pioneer Lethbridge family, Mr. and Mrs. -John Brodie. Miss" Brodie received her education in Lethbridge, graduated from the Universi- ty of Alberta, Edmonton, in nursing. She spent nearly her entire life in the nursing field in Lethbridge and Kelowna. After being stricken with arthritis while in Kelowna she worked in the. office of the Campell Clinic for 18 years, retired from the Campbell Clinic in the Spring of 1972. She was active in the Southminster Church. Mourn- ing her death are her brothers, Dr. I. H. Brodie of Calgary and Harold Brodie of Edmonton. Predeceased by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brodie and her sister. Dr. Kate (C, Andrews, all of Lethbridge. Following cremation a memorial service will be held in Southminster United Church Sanctuary, at 2 p.m. by Rev. K. Morris on January No flowers by request. Donations may be made to the Cancer Society, The Jean Brodie Memorial Fund, Southminster United Church or to the chari- ty of your choice. 6525 BARTHEL With deep regret but not without the comfort which comes from our Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, we announce the sudden passing of our wife, mother, daughter, sister; Mrs. Elizabeth Barthel who passed away in Calgary on January 1, 1974 at the age of -40 years, beloved wife of Mr. Jerry Barthel of Lethbridge. Born in Epe, Holland, the late Mrs. Barthel came to Canada and to Lethbridge in 1950, and has resided here until her passing. Besides her loving husband she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dykslag of Lethbridge; two sons, Henry Gordon and John Henry Barthel at home; two daughters, Adrinna Jackie and Kim Anna Margaret at home; three sisters, Mrs. R. (Nancy) Bouwman, Mrs. B. (Marian) Kuiperus, Mrs. D. (Wilhelmina) Coutts, all of Calgary; four brothers, John Dykslag of Milk River, Henry and Ed Dykslag both of Coalhurst, and Louis Dykslag of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. on Friday, January 4, 1974 in the Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church, 1807 2nd Avenue "A" North with Rev. L. Mulder officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to The Dorothy Gooder School for Retarded Children. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. CCM2, DEATHS WURZER Passed away in the city on Wednesday, January 2, 1974 Mrs. Muriel Wurzer at the age of 66 years, beloved wife of Mr. Herman Wurzer of Picture Butte. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C6361 WYLIE Passed away in Calgary on Thursday, January 3, 1974 Mr. George Wylie at the age of 60 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Elzada Wylie of 2912 6th Avenue South, Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C6360 ROBBIE Robert William, passed away suddenly on Saturday, December 29th, 1973 at the age of 18 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Robbie of Vulcan. The Funeral Service will be held Saturday, January 5 at p.m., Vulcan United Church, with Rev. Bill Julian of- ficiating. Interment Vulcan Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C6358 THOMSON Passed away in the city on Tuesday, January 1, 1974, Jennifer Lynn, beloved infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Thomson of Stirling. She is survived by one sister, Joan Marie and one brother, Patrick both at home. A Graveside service will be held on Friday, January 4, 1974 at a.m., with Rev. Father M. Gillis O.M.I, officiating. will be in Mountain View Cemetery MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6363 EMMELKAMP Passed away on Monday, December 31, 1973, John Emmelkamp, aged 74 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Stiena 'Emmelkamp of Nobleford. The funeral service will be held in the Monarch Reform- ed Church, Friday at p.m., Rev. J. Moerman of- ficiating. Interment in Monarch Nobleford Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, Fort Phar- macy. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C63S6 ROULEAU Passed away in Edmonton on Monday, December 31, 1973, Lucie Rouleau, aged 74 years of Pincher Creek. The funeral service will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Friday at a.m., Rev. M. Hagel officiating. Interment in Fairview Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers, in Eden's Funeral Home, Thursday at p.m. Friends who wish may donate to the St. Vincent's Hospital Auxiliary Fund. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C6357 CLAMPITT Passed away suddenly in Grand Forks, B.C. on Sunday, December Mr. Lyle Craig Clampitt of Vancouver, B.C., formerly of 1112 llth Street North, Lethbridge, at the age of 19 years. Born, raised and educated in Lethbridge, com- pleting his senior matricula- tion in June 1973 at Winston Churchill High School, the late Mr. Clampitt was working in Vancouver, B.C. and passed away suddenly while en route home to Lethbridge. The funeral service was held at p.m. on Friday, December 28, 1973 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North, with Rev. H. J. Jost officiating. Interment followed in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers Greg Arnold, Robbie Thom- son, Greg Hamilton, Cyril Patson, Gerry Gardin, Barry Clampitt. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 6525B ACTOR IS GRANDFATHER. PHOENIX, Arias. (AP) Television actor Dick Van Dyke became a New Year's grandfather Tuesday with the birth of Memorial Hospital's first baby of 1974. The baby SI, born to Christian and roline Van Dyke at a.m., is named Jessica Lee. CARDS OF THANKS SNOWDEN Many thanks to my relatives, friends and neighbors, for the flowers, gifts, cards and visits while a patient in St. Michael's Hospital. Also to my doctors, and to the nurses on Second Floor East. Snowden 6440-3 BACEDA Mr. and Mrs. Silvio Baceda would like to thank relatives and friends'for the lovely cards, flowers and gifts they received on their 50th Wedding Anniversary. Also the family would like to thank everyone who came out to make the open house such a memorable occasion. 6503 ROSAINE I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks to the nurses and nurses aids on Se- cond East at St. Michael's Hospital and a special thanks to the doctor and to all' the people who visited me while I was a patient there. I also wish everyone a Very Happy New Year. Hilding Rosaine ELL I wish to express my sincere appreciation and gratitude to my doctor, to the hospital staff of the B6w Island Hospital for the wonderful care I received as a patient there. Also thank you to my relatives and friends, for flowers, cards, visits, phone calls. You will always be remembered. -Gladys Ell 6470 VIGNA I wish to .thank the doctors and staff at the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital who were so kind to me during my recent stay in hospital. Sincere thanks to my .relatives and friends for flowers, gifts, cards, visits and other acts of kindness. May you all have the Brightest and Most Prosperous of New Years. Vigna NAGY To our relatives, friends and neighbors for their many acts of understanding, sympathy and prayers during our recent bereavement, for the many cards, the beautiful flowers, food, we say "thank you." Your concern has been deeply appreciated and will never be forgotten. Thank you to the doctors and to the staff of the Municipal Hospital. A special thank you to Rev. G. Teles. The pallbearers, John Sera, Steve Markus, Bill Gergely, Nick Nemeth, John Gergely Sr., Frank Sera. -Mrs. Bill Nagy Bill A. and Pat Nagy Irene and Joe Chabay Jolane and John Kovacs Katy and John Frecka and families 6471 They gave Otto Cameron, Pmcher Creek 3 00 Mr and Mrs. V Shippobotham, Lethbridge...........5.00 1 Netta Penner, Lethbridge......5.00 Oliver C. Bncker, Lethbridge 5.00 Dr. Grigg, Lethbridge ........7.00 Barons Carol Group, Marg Olsen, Barons .......................9.50 Anonymous, Lethbridge....... 10.00 The B. Low Family, Cardston 10.00 The Goodharts, Nobleford..... 10.08 .McNally Tailor Tacks, 4-H Club, Lethbridge..................'. 15.00 T. Graham Family, Warner 20.00 St. Joscph-The Worker Council, Knights of Columbus. Blairmorc 25.00 Total J 124.58 Total To-Dale Carlos Arias sworn in MADRID (Reuter) Carlos Arias Navarro was sworn in Wednesday as Spain's new prime minister and was ex- pected to announce his new government shortly. The 65-year-old premier, replacing Admiral Luis Carrero Blanco who was kill- ed by a bomb Dec. 20, knelt before the chief of state, Gen. Franco, and swore allegiance to the fundamental laws and the principles of the National Movement, Spain's only per- mitted political organization. The cabinet formed by Carrero Blanco on his appoint- ment as premier last June has resigned in full to allow Arias to pick his own ministers. All ministerial ap- pointments are endorsed by Gen. Franco. Arias has been appointed prime minister for a five-year period in accordance with the Spanish Constitution. ;