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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THI UTHMIMI HKAlD -43 TRAILER! CAMPERS FOR SALE Oil January SO, !6 FARM HELP LaraA Uf JkanM, 3n RUMPUS ROOMS, CUP-boardi, flnlinlng, frimlng, til rimod-elllng ntedl. No job loo imill. 32t 0917, 7 i.m.-7 p.m. SINGLE TILT BED round. Single or married. Con-let Bill Hoyt, U3-2I47, er, lour ipesksrs. Ptim 32HOHI. t and p.m. FEMALE HELP 1 SNOW PROBLEMS? Front tnd loKMr ind orodir for mow rimovil. Phom btlwnn Phoni runnings, L RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL RE. ulrn waitresses lor collee shop. BUILDING, CEMENT work ind lluceolm. Andirwn >nd sortnwm Conitrucllon, 7th WANTED TO COME IN FOR two children. Five d.ys week. Call 28-7349 aller p.m. STEINER CEMENT WORK, old blMmtnl! dug, water proofing. In-sured, Irn Phone McKINNON Funeral ser-rioe for Renfrew McKlnnon, died Jan. 14, 1872, was wld at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18, 972 in the Pincher Creek rated Church with Rev. K. ordaa officiating. Pallbearers ere Don Cameron, Hugh Cam-9ron, Neil DeMeyer, Bill Lillico, Phil Rickard and Tom Telford. Interment was in the Fdrvfew Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home d., Directors of Funeral Ser-ce, was in charge of the arrangements. NICKLE Funeral OF THANKS LESLIE 1 want to thank K doctors, nurses and staff at JK Border Hospital; my riends and relations who jrought cards and presents and helped in many ways during my stay ta UK hospital. I thank wall. -Robert Leslie. 5803 HORTON Family of Hie late George Horton express their nncere thanks to all their friends nd relatives for the acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy during their recent lereavement. Special "thank ou" to Rev. Graham Dickie, soloist Geraldlne Duell, organist Mr. W. Woolhouse, Honorary and Active pallbearers, Martin Bros, and the New Dayton ladies who served the lovely lunch. 5904 HIRCH We would lake to express our sincere thanks to all our friends and relatives for heir many kindnesses and expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement. Special thanks to (he doctors and nurses of Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and Bow Island Hospital. We would also like to thank Pastor P. Bortnem awJ Pastor H. Hein-ricks for all they have done for us. Many thanks to the ladies who served lunch after the services. CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD. HIGHWAY !S SOUTH PHONE 32M225 OR PARTS, REPAIRS AND FOR LOCAL MOTEL, excellent working conditions. Steady Wrlle Box 21, Howard and arol Anne announce the birth their SOD, Jeflery Neil (5 Ibj. ozs.) on December 30, 1971. grandparents Mr. WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG-ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 311-5745. TIME COOK DISHWASHER wanted. Experience desired, bul not issentlal. Apply al UNITED MOBILE HOME DIVISION Corner of 3rd Ave. 1 3rd St. S. THE HOME Of THE RED CARPET TREATMENT. CLEAR OUT VILLA NORWESTERN, BELL MANOR UNITS IN SINGLE AND DOUBI-E WIDES. SELLING AT UNBELIEVABLE PRICES. UP TO 15 INYTHING FOR TRADE CONSID. ERED. for more information Phone 327-0822 or 327-1780 OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOONS FINISHING RUMPUS rooms, cupboards and all remodelling needs. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 345-3493. Les Hewlett, Lethbridge md Mr. and Mrs. Johnsrude, eybum, Sask. AND GENERAL OF-ce worker wllh typing and shorthand preferred. Wrlle Box 19, operator with l.w.b. 1971 tandem diesel tractor desires lease contract in southern area. Phone J. Kina-han 328-5890 or write 1915 17 Ave. S. TO COME IN FROM (-7 p m., three nights a week. Vlclnlly 4lh SI. and 3rd Ave. S. LUNDEEN Passed CHARTER BANK RE-aiilrra an experienced clerk for parl-t me employment. Phone 328-3341, lor appo n men Creek on Tuesday, anuary 18, 1972, Beatrice Luu-een. aged 46 years of Pincher Creek. She is survived by four ons, Everett, Fort Macleod, islie of Detroit, Douglas of Lethbridge, Delton of Pincher reek; one daughter, Linda of ort Macleod. Funeral services will be held in Eden's Funeral ome, Friday at 2 p.m., Rev. Jordan officiating. Interment Fairview Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by DDEN'S FUNERAL H 0 ME jTD., Pinoher Creek, C9695 SALES Wednesday, January 19, 1972, George Alfred aged 74 years, beloved lusband of Mrs. Genevieve ales, Vulcan. Born in Merlin, Ont., came to Calgary in 1902 nd Vulcan in 1936, for the past years. Mr. Sales was a DISHWASHER. AP-ply In person lo Restaurant. S12 3rd Ave. S. (not optn Sundays or anybody wanna hear about my day at tho Ethel May Nk-kle, who died an. 7, 1972, was held at m. Tuesday, Jan. 11, 1972, in he Pincher Creek United lurch with Rev. K. Jordan of-iciattag. Pallbearers were Laurence Cooley, Shirley Hinman, ohn Janzen, Nick Janze, Peter "oettfker and Leonard Smith, nterment was ID the Fairview Cemetery. Eden's Funeral TO CARE FOR ELDERLY couple Room and board supplied. 9125 per month. Light duties. MALE HELP SERVICES AND Wil be received al the olflce ot the Town of Coaldale, up to S p.m. January 14, 1972 for the purchase ol vacant and known as LOT 2, Block IB, Plan Coa dale 5703 HJ, 2207 24lh Ave. A 10% deposll must accompany the tender. One year building committment. COUNSELLING SERVICES Requ res a man lo work as a LIAI-ON PERSON between the native In-Tialss at the DRUMHELLER IN5TI-ruTION AND THE NATIVE ORGAN-ZATIONS. Th s person would act as CONTACT MAN for the NATIVE BROTHERHOOD at the Institution nd other native organizations. 3UAL1FICATIONS Orade 10 or equ valenl, Speak .Indian language. Own car. Apply to NATIVE COUN-ELLING SERVICES OF ALBERTA, 24, 10010 losih St., Edmonton, Alberla. VACUUM SALES AND BOOKKEEPER FOR LOCAL RETAIL STORE. THE WORK IS STRAIGHT FORWARD. TYPING AN ASSET. REPLY TO BOX 25, HERALD. 311-8962. TAPING, SPRAYING Illngs. Excellent workman s h p. hone 318-7362. FOR SALE THE LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD will receive sealed lenders for the sale of a serviced res-denllBl lot at 1105 25th SI. S. (Lol 31, Blk. 4, Pli-n fi09 Lelhbrldge, Alberta. The lot Is 115 feet deep, has a foot frontage of 64 feet and a rear width of iboul 101 feel. Buildsble front, age 77 feet. TENDERS for the purchase ol this lot, together wllh a certified cheque equal to 10% of Ihe offer should be submitted lo the church office, or to Rev. Albert Olson at 1105 24th 51. 5., Lelhbrldge, on or before January 3fith, 1972. The Church Council reserves Ihe right to act upon Ihese tenders as II sees fir. Cheques will be returned In the case of tenders not SETTLE FOR SECOND BEST Become associated with AVON as an AVON Representative. AVON, the world's largest and most respected cosmellc company. CALL NOW -328-7434 or WRITE MRS. M. SCOTT, 2514 23rd AVE. S. MIDDLE AGED, FIX nylhlng around the house. Phons after-Don and avinlngs, 327.7123. Directors of Funeral Ser-ice, was in charge of the STAMP AND STENCIL -ubter stamps, corporate sea Funeral service for Rosa Ellen Johnston, who died Jan. 11, 1972, was held t 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 15, 972, in fiic Foothills United Siurch, Cowley, with Rev. K. ordan officiating. Pallbearers were Louis Debroux, Leonard )ewart, Oren Dwyer, Willard Jwyer, James Price and Don Immermans. Interment was n the Livingstone Cemetery. Aden's Funeral Home Ltd., Incher Creek, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of ie ASSISTANT FOR PICTURE BUTTE HOSPITAL Applications are being accepted for the above position from reliable women who are willing lo learn Ihe com-Dlete operation ot Ihe HOSPITAL DIETARY DEPARTMENT. Previous ex-per ence would be an asset. This Is a full-time position. Day shilts only. Three monlh probation period. Apply by Isirsr to the ADMINISTRATOR, PICTURE BUTTE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL, BOX 430, PICTURE BUTTE. MALE -FEMALE HELP Ave. S. Phone 328.5114. 44 AGRICULTURAL SALES AND SERVICE. SER. ces on all makes of washers and ryers, automatic or conventional. A so 1 small appliances, lawn mowers, ons, vacuum cleaners, elc. No job oo large or too small. FEED BARLEY. PHONE 327-3MB, CITY PACKERS LTD. WANTED IN SMALL CITY restaurant. Cooking duties. Day work only, Monday (trough Friday. Apply n wr ling lo P.O. Box 412, Lelhbrldge. WANTED WHEAT AND BARLEY. Phone 234-2W8, Fort 90S 3rd Ave. Phone Accountant and Income Tax Consultant. Services at St. Aid-helm's Anglican Church, Vul-an, Saturday 2 p.m., the Rev. Prince officiating. Interment, Vulcan Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge f arrangements. BUS DRIVER FOR COAL-dale and Readymade district. Phone Herb Moch at Enerson's 327-5705 or residence 327-9778. and Mrs. Ed Hirch and family; Mr. and Mrs. D. Hirch; Mr. and Mrs. P. Ciesla 5809 234-2091, Fort Maclsod. FULLY INSURED TREE SUR-EON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. HONE 32B-2W4. "OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME CANADA PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice Is hereby given that 1, KARL CHRISTIAN KUEBLER, othenv 1 s e known as KARL CHRISTIAN KEEBLER, of Picture Butte, in the Province of Alberla, retired, intend to 'make application lo Ihe Provincial Secretary, under the provisions of The Change erf Name Act, 1961, for of name at follows: 1. For a chango of my nami to KARL CHRISTIAN KEEBLER 2. For a change ol my wife's name From ELIZABETH MARGARFTE KUEBLER to ELIZABETH MARGAR-ETE KEEBLER Karl Christian Kuebler Karl Christian Keebler TOP DUALITY BALED HAY. Perlkh Brov Auction M.rl Lid or phone HUSBAND AND WIFE earn (no to run molel operation In southern Alberla town, -xcellent and permanent position for he right party. For Interview wrile Box 27, MALE HELP NURSERIES LTD. WE rune trees and shrubs professionally, 'hone 345-4633. No Sunday calls. show too tame for oldsters LOS ANGELES (AP) A topless-bottomless night dub has held its first "Senior Citizen but some of the oldsters who attended expressed disappointment that the show was toned down a bit. "We'd already seen said Dolores Williamson, one of more than 160 men and women from five retirement communities in Southern California who had reserved most of the seats in the club for a show Tuesday night. Under normal conditions, the girls dance nude, but club manager Allan Wells decreed G-strings for the entire cast. "We do not want anybody coming down with a heart he said. But Nels Teeters, 68, who helped organize the affair, said: "What's with these ben G-strings, anyway? "I thought this was supposed to be a real swinging place. Shucks; we're retired dead." 45 AUTOS BASS, LEAD GUITAR, piano. CASH PAID For used can and Irucks or will MOTORS Phone STEAM ENGINEER, Third clan. Wrile Box 7, READER The City of Lethbridge, requires a METER READER In the TREASURY DEPARTMENT who will be required o read waler and light melers and n addition work In Ihe office. Wage J3.64 hourly Applicants must have a pleasant manner, ability to deal with Ihe public and sufficient office ablllly lo perform clerical duties. For lurther Information and application forms contact the: PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Appl cations wll nol be accepted aller January 25, 1972. We are now TAKING ORDERS nd olvlng FREE ESTIMATES on Immlng of TREES and HEDGES, lo bf done this wlnler. Phone 327-2641. Passed away in the city on Tuesday, January 18, 972 following a lengthy illness, Mr. Steve Gal, at the age of 66 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Helen Gal, of 1009 14 St. Prayers will be said on Thursday (tonight) at for Pamela Grace Fitz-patrick, who died Jan. 13, 1972, was held at 1 p.m. MAINTENANCE MAN -Welder, carpentry and boiler experl-ence. Wrlle Box 8, Herald. POULTRY AND United Church with Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Pallbearers were Lome Cteland, Keith Fitzpatrick, David Smith are Richard Van Tol. Interment was in the Fairview Cemetery. Sden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, was in charge of the 47 LIVESTOCK WATCHMAN TO DO CUSTOD-an work. Please contact HaICo Manu. lecturing Ltd., 3516 24IH Avt. S, between 8 a.m. and S p.m. HUNDRED OLD LAYING HENS, 5c each. Phone J23-8141, Phone '32B-1336, HEAVY ROASTING Mass will be on Friday at a.m: n St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father G. Martien celebrant. Interment will fol-ow in Mount Calvary section fountain View Cemetery. iYiends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. WANTED _ DAIRY HERD WITH quota. Phone 732-4993, Plc-iure Butle. HOME SALESMAN RE. quired by local dealership. Higher lhan average commissions. Senb com-plc B resume to Box 22, 2Bc Ib. Also friars, 3Bc Ib. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale, W5-224, M -n PROVINCE HOMES WANTED K- PETS AND ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS "Sun Drewry Phone Salesman, basic and commission. Ability to sell and hustle will deler-mne Income. Wrlle Box 21, POMERANIAN PUPPIES. 27-9073. poisoned VICTORIA (CP) Six sol diers from the 3rd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, are in CFB Es quimalt hospital after being poi soned by chewing explosives during a training exercise Tuesday. Five were listed Wednesda in satisfactory condition and on in serious condition. Name of the seriously ill man has not been made public. The five men in satisfactory condition were identified by the defence department as Cpl. J L. Bouffard, 28, Gravelbourg Sask.; Pte. H. P. Leduc, 18 Montreal; Pte. H. F. Abromei 21, North Kamloops, B.C.; Pte D. J. McRoberts, 18, Vancouver, and Pte. M. G. Cratty, 21, Rose-town Sask. The six men were members of an assault pioneer course a( Mary Hill, and were poisonec during an Introductory lesson on a type of plastic explosive named C4. TOLD TO CHEW The soldiers were instructed by Sgt. H. F. Hurford to bite off a piece of the explosive, chew it, and then spit it out, to demonstrate the safe characteristics of the explosive while it was being handled. The defence department sai( this was a common practice a military training schools and had been used many limes by the battalion without any effec on the MR FARMER CUSTOM KILLING S3 processing. mat pnd llvstocK dealers. CITY PALrstrta LTD. Phone 327-3048, S2.0Q; CANARIES, S5.00. Phone 327-5121. SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. Standard Time on Wednesday, February 2nd, 1979 for Ihe following work: CONSTRUCTION OF TWO RIVER PIERS FOR THE SUBSTRUCTURE OF THE BOW RIVER BRIDGE SOUTH OF ROLLING HILLS. Contracts and Speclflcallons may obtained at the Olflce of Ihe Chie Bridge Engineer, Highways Building Edmonlon, Office of the District En glneer. Administration Building, Leth bridge, and Ollice ol the District En gineer, Hghways Building, Calgar and will be available only to Indiv duals domiciled and opera tl no in ih Province of Alberta, or to partner ships or corporations registered an operating and who have established fixed place of business In the Provlnc of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Flv Dol ars (123.00) will be required fo each copy of Contract and Specifics 1 cms taken- Each bid must be EXPERIENCED SALES-man lor ont of Lelhbrldge's leading men's clothing establishments. We can promise top salary and Ihe chance ol a Illellme to the rlghl person Reply, slating experience .nd background to Box 26, Herald. GIVE AWAY THREE KITTENS, Ix weeks old. Phone 327-7726. 50 MISC. ARTICLES HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Sleels end TEACHERS REGISTERED FEMALE SIL-er Poodles, nine weeks old. Phone 27-9731. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 Jnd Ave. S. Phone firm requires salesman. Experience preferred bul not essenlia Preler young married man and sell-starter. Good income and company btnefils. Reply In wrlling, giving lull resume, to P.O. Box 714, SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 5] is seeking Ihe services of a teacher for a General Learning Disability class' (aqes s x lo Applicant must possess a Bachelor of Edu-cal on degree with social Nation In Spec al Education. Experience p r Please apply to: DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 51 15th STREET SOUT" LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. C 9585 HEELER AND BORDER COL-ie, one year olds. Phone 345-3141, Coal-dale. operation in Vietnam SAIGON (AP) Thousand of South Vietnamese troop pushed through rubber plants ton country 40 to 50 mile northwest of Saigon today in a new operation. The South Vietnamese com mand said to me were taking part in the driv which began last Saturday sev era! miles south of the Michelin plantation, the country's larges and once a Viet Cong strong hold. Few North Vietnamese anEMPTY' 1 1 iffl REACHES BETWEEN has been named a mem her of the Alberta Public Utill ties Boarc'. He replaces K. J Lcnlhcm whose term has ex for one of the companies said weather conditions are especially severe this wlntc and tellers "arc whipped b the end of the the site of the current depot (1st Street and 7th Aven IK Southwest) which will become vacant when t new ter mlnal to ooenod LETHBRTDGE HERALD Readers Mall Limited M Front Slreet West Toronto L, Otnarlo ;