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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 7) TEACHERS WANTED 71 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams j Cards Of Thanks COUNTY OF R Applications are Invlttd from Business Education Bowden DEER NO. 23 d teachers for the following positions: fectlve February 3, 1975 e March 3, 1975 ftecllue February 10, 1975 usta, Supt. of Schools DEER, Alberta 347-1551 MAN SERVICES Serving home and Industry. Garbag collection; yards, basements and ga ages cleaned. Free estimates. Phon 328-4592. Socfat Penhold e Please contact: R. O Box 920, RED FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, land scaping, back filling, driveway, corra cleaning, rototllllng. No fob too sma or too large. 327-6817. PETBIK Justina, belov ed wife of Mike Pelrik o Blairmore, passed away a her Blairmore residence January 13, 1975 at age 78 years. She was born in Rar bok, Czechoslovakia, October 31, 1896. The late Mrs. Petrik married her husband in Czechoslovakia in 1920 and the couple came to Canada in 1929, settling in Blairmore where they have residei since. She was a member o the Canadian Slovak Benefi Society. She was predecease( by her parents and one sister in Czechoslovakia. Survivinj besides her husband Mike o Blairmore are two daughters Mrs. A. (Anne) Dersch, o Kamloops, B.C., Mrs. B (Ceeile) Maxwell of White Rock, B.C.; one. son, John o Edmonton; five grandchildren and one brother in Czechoslovakia. Prayers will be said in St. Anne's Catholic Church, Blairmore Wednesday evening at 8 p.m Requiem Mass wil be celebrated in St. Anne's Church, Thursday, January 16 at a.m., with Rev. Tim Connolly celebrant. Interment will follow in Blairmore Catholic Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge C5771 LOEWEN Passed away in the city on Monday January 13, 1975, following a lengthy ill ness, Mr William J ___ Loewen at 70 HOSPITHL NUMBER Herbert passed away in Magrath on Wednesday, January 15, 1975 at the age of 82 years, beloved husband of the late May Coleman of Magrath. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C5772 CARDS OF THANKS O'BRIEN 1 wish to thank the doctors and nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospital for their kindness and care. Also my relatives and friends for their visits, cards, flowers and gifts. O'Brien. 8981 HEBENIK I wish to ex- COMBINED LABORATORY-XRAY TECHNICIAN Required for PICTURE BUTTE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL A 25 bed hospital at Picture Butte, Alberta 20 miles from Lethbrldge. salary paid available for single girls or men charge of Tree Services. Experlencet horticulturallst. Tree removal an tree pruning. 328-7672 or 328 6382. 31, 27. 25, and hedges Trimmed, pruned or removec Prompt, reasonable. We undercu Phone 327-2641. OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1975 MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF TABER NO. 14 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that POULTRY AND cross pullets. Phone 32E 3289, evenings, roasting hens, five to six Apply W. Tonkin, Administrator Phone 732-4339 Also custom processing. H Oyck, Coaldale. Phone 345 3224. made under the provisions of the Municipal Taxatior Act Chapter 251, has been prepared and will, for thirty (30) days, be open to inspection at the office of the secretary-treasurer of the municipal! ty during business hours and that any person who desires to object to the entry of his name or that of any othe person upon the said roll or to the assessed value placed upon any property must, within thirty (30) dayi from the date- of this notice, lodge his In writing with the secretary-treasurer of the municipality. Dated this 15th day of January 1975 Douglas Francis Secretary-Treasurer PETS AND black purebred Poodle pup Phone 345-4249. 71 TEACHERS THE PAINTEARTH-NEUTRAL HILLS INSPECTORATE Requires Immediately GRADE THREE TEACHER FOR THE CASTOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL -Located in the Town of Castor. Pupil enrollment of 187 students and a staff of 10 teachers. Starting date of February 6 or sooner If can be Interested teachers please contact: Mr. Stephen Cymbol, Superintendent of Schools, Castor, Alberta. Phone: 882-3151 and Pomeranian cros puppies (or sale. Phone 327 9448. female German Shepherd pup pies for sale, each. Phone 327 9914. week old halt German Shepherc pups. Phone 752-2063, Welling. Kennels Individua indoor-outdoor heated solid b'oc runs. See yellow pages. THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF CATORINUS VAN WYK, late of the City o Lethbridge, in the Province of Alber ta, Retired, deceased who died on the 12th day ot Decembei', A.D. 1974. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the abovy the undersigned up to 11 o'clock .M. on Friday, January 31st, 1975 or the following work: ONSTRUCTION OF A PRECAST ONCRETE GIRDER BRIDGE ON IGHWAV 2 OVER THE EAST 'RAIRIE RIVER WEST OF ENILDA ontracts and Specifications may be btained at the Office of the Chief tridge Engineer, Highways Building, dmonton. Office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, .ethbridge, and Office of the District Highways Building, 4020 owness Road N.W., Calgary and will e available only to individuals omlciled and operating In the rovince of Alberta, or to artnerships or corporations egistered and operating and who lave established a fixed place of usiness in the Province of Alberta. A eposit of Twenty-Five Dollars will be required for each :opy of Contract and Specifications ken. Each bid must be accorri-artied by a marked cheque or bond tqua! to of tender. Tenders will be opened In public. The lowest or ny tender not necessarily accepted. V. 6. McCune Deputy Minister of Highways A in the last few years, rere is now growing talk of uotas at the major theatres, most of which are foreign -ontrolled, to make sure that anadian films get adequate lay. Elsewhere along the ultural front, these are some f the things that are going n: BOOK PUBLISHING -The s [overnment plans legislation j arly in 1975 to limit further ts xpansion of ownership by mericans and other c oreigners, who now dominate A te business. c MAGAZINE PUBLISHING h TJ, "A short distance call for Daddy. It's Mr. Ferrdl next The cabinet in Ottawa is 7< truggling with a highly S controversial bill that could N an end to the Canadian A edition of Time Magazine, one P f the most popular P magazines in the country. be Wednesday, January 15, 197S THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 Begins tour NEW YORK (AP) Hiroo Onoda, the Japanese army of- ficer who kept fighting the Se- cond World War in a Philip- pine jungle for 30 years because he got no orders to stop has opened a tour of the United States. Onoda, 52, is promoting his book about his experiences. It already has sold copies in Japan and earned him in royalties. Patterns For The Family Easy thrifty knit cuddle slippers for all the family. QUICKIE gifts-Knit on 2 needles, one flat piece for each slipper. Use two colors of knitting worsted. Pattern 7332: mens, womens, children's sizes S, M, L included. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15t each pattern for first class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Meedlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough Ontario, MIT 3nt. residents add 7it sales :ax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. Contemporary Chic PRINTED PATTERN Here a shirtshape for the busy, contemporary woman! No tricks, no tinsel just pure line zipping up to a soft collar. Choose knits. Printed Pattern 4687: Half Sizes 16Vz, 20Vi. Size'14'.i (bust 37) takes 2% yards 45-inch. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add sales tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough Ontario. MIT 4P7. Oddities In the news BROWNSVILLE, Ky. (AP) John Dean, a Brownsville lawyer, was hearing a lot of jokes, snide remarks and laughter when he introduced himself. The name was making him an innocent victim of the Wa- tergate cover-up incident, he said, so he went to court and had it changed. Now he is Nathaniel John Balthazar Bumppo. Bumppo, 34, said he is not "putting down John Dean." "I think he's a national hero for ratting on Nixon. I admire the guy, it's just that I don't want to be confused with him." BILLERICA, Mass. (AP) A railway engineer and a con- ductor suffered minor injuries when a Boston and Maine commuter train rammed a gi- ant snowman filled with rail- way ties Thursday night, The train, carrying 95 pas- sengers, hit the 15-foot snow- man and ties embedded in the sculpture smashed through a door of the operator's car, po- lice said. GARY, Ind. (Reuter) In- diana police have closed a restaurant for truck at a nudist camp. Nude waitresses served meals at the restraunt, called the Adam and Eve, at Rose- lawn, Ind., 35 miles south of here, police said Friday. The owner of the camp, Dick Drost, 38, and Cheryl Turner, 27, who is known as Miss Nude America, were re- leased on bail after being charged with keeping a house of ill fame. Three waitresses were charged with indecent ex- posure and were each ordered to pay fines and court costs totalling Also, 44, custom- ers, mostly truck drivers, pleaded guilty to visiting a house of ill fame and each paid fines and court costs to- talling MILAN, Mo. (AP) A 76- year-old man and his 74-year- old sister-in-law were killed when their cars collided. Victims of the Thursday night collision were identified as Guy Forest Crowdis of Humphreys, Mo., and Eicel Crowdis of Milan. Police said Crowdis was on the wrong side of the road and struck his sister-in-law's car head on. BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) The Yankees swiped a statue of George Washington from the Louisiana capital in 1862 and N. R. Gisclair has fil- ed suit to get it back. "The plundering of this statue cannot be considered a legitimate act of said his petition, filed here Friday in U.S. District Court. The petition asked that copies be served on President Abraham Lincoln or his suc- cessor. STOURBRIDGE, England (AP) Sixty-year-old Alice Dakin was accused of "ung- entlemanly conduct" by the local soccer club Monday and banned for life from its sta- dium. So was her 34-year-old son, Keith. The ban resulted from a scuffle Sunday during a game with Weymouth in the South- ern League. Referee Peter Davies and Weymouth's player-manager Graham Wil- liams were punched when fans invaded the field. Mrs. Dakin denied she had punched Williams. "I told him he was a filthy beast and walked she said. She said she had attended every one of Stourbridge's home games for 35 years. Stourbridge Secretary John Hadley said: "The club deplores this type of behavior and does not want these sort of people on the terraces." CAREERS EXPERIENCED TIRE TECHNICIAN Independent tire dealer I? accepting applications, in strict confidence, for an aggressive, experienced tire technician. Applicant must be willing to accept responsibility as Manager of a branch store. The job requires relocation in a thriving community of Southern Alberts. This established business presents a rare opportunity for the individual who enjoys selling and servicing customers. 374, LETHBRIDGE YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE INVESTIGATORS Edmonton and Calgary These new positions in the Department of Consumer Affairs involve the investigation and resolution of Real Estate and Insurance com- plaints received from members of the public. These investigators will contact insurance and real estate officials, law enforcement agencies and members of the legal profession concerning alleged violations of relevant statutes. They will aiso audit agents' trust accounts as required. Applicants should either be university graduates in commerce or economics; or graduates of a recognized police training school with related experience. NOTE: The investigator recruited to the Calgary position should be prepared to relocate to LETHBRIDGE when the Department obtains office accommodation there. Salary Closes January 21, Competition number 6465-1 APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERT A PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015-103 AVENUE EDMONTON, ALBERTA QH4 THE NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTRICD POWER COMMISSION Requires Quality Assurance Analysts and Inspectors in the Engineering and Construction Division with head- quarters as follows: HMd Office Nuclear Generating Station QUALIFICATIONS: Analysts should have at least five; (5) years experience in Quality Control and Quality Assurance related to power process or heavy in- dustry. Inspectors should hold current ratings in one or more non-destructive testing methods and have at least two years experience. Salary will be commen- surate with qualifications and experience. Board and moving allowance will be in accordance with Commission policy. When replying to this ad, please refer to file No. N-007. Applicants wlshjng to be considered 'for this position should reply in writing stating qualifications no later than January 24, 1975 to: THE NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION EMPLOYMENT OFFICER 130 CarMen Street FrederictOH, N.B. E3I 4X1 ;