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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta It THf IITHBRIDOE HERAU 58 MAIE HELP Vortday, January 24, 1972 62 EDUCATIONAL BlrtL, i Of 3Ln BIRTH WESTLUND Carol and Do are pleased to announce 11 birth of their daughter, Andre Carol, at Lethbridge Municip Hospital on January 3, 197 Weight 7 Ibs. 3 ozs. A siste for Glenn James. Hi, Jrn iflemuriami DEATHS n FRYER Passed away i e the city on Saturday, Januar a 22, 1972, Mr. Donald Fryer, z il the age of 42 years of 950 8li 2. St. S. The remains will be for r warded to Stratford, Ontari for burial. MARTIN BROS S LTD., Directors of Forwardini Arrangements. C975 BOGART Passed away i y Fort Macleod on Saturday January 22, 1972, Julia Bogart of Fort Macleod, formerly o e Lethbridge and Twin Butte Alia. Bom in Nebraska, she came to the Twin Butte dis i trict In 1903, 'where she mar ried Frank Bogart and tire) i homesleaded and farmed then until 1941, when Mr. Bogar passed away. Since that time she has made her home ir Biggar, Sask., Lelhbridge am Fort Macleod. She is survive! by one son, Walter of Lath bridge; one daughter, Mrs Rita Simpson of Quesnel, B.C. three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; one sis ter, Mrs. Agnes Graf of Sum merland, B.C.; one brother Carl Speth, Lewistown, Mon tana. The funeral service will be held in EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME, Pincher Creek, Tuesday at p.m., Rev. M. H a g e 1 officiating. Interment, Fairview Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. Pollutior I close cm MONTREAL (CP) The S dole de Montage Automobi (SOMA) plant at nearby S i Bruno, where 500 workers a semble nenault cars, is to 1 closed next month due to Ui costs of anti-pollution equipmei required in the U.S., spokesme j for tihe plant say. The plant has a backlog t nearly unsold 1971 mode which "might as well b scrapped" because new Amer can pollution-emission reguls tions effectively close the U.S market to the plant, the spokes man said Sunday night in an ii terview. A SOMA engineer said th cost of the required anti-pollii tion equipment was prohibitiv for a small plant like St. Bruno although the big automobil manufacturers could absorb it. Premier Robert B o u r a s s said today Jean laws r plant n- president of General Investment e Corp., is in Paris try to find a t. market for the unsold models, s- A GIC spokesman said the >e cars were built for sale In e the U.S. t The Quebec government-con-n trolled GIC originally invested million in SOMA and it f would cost about to re-s tool the St. Bruno plant to pro-e duce other cars, the spokesman said. "We're negotiating with both Ford and Chrysler and we think we may eventually produce an-- other cur of Renault's be said. "But we have to close e down because the Renaulta we have might as well be e scrapped. "SOMA's contract with Re-i nault was that we produced the cars and Renault bought them j from us. But since Renault can't sell its cars on the U.S. EXPERIENCED SEMI TRAILS truck driver. Sleady employmen Phone 327-8300. A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elllo le you how. Phone Columb School ot Broadcasting. A CARETAKER WANTED F 0 downtown church and hall. Reply 1 Box 35, Herald. YOUR WAY TO A PAY FREE 41 pagi book "Career Opporl nltles" tells you how to train at hom for top paying lobs, Check caree Interest. Automobile Engineering 1 Civil Engineering Career Diesel Engineering 1 Drafting and Desfgn Electrical Engineering O Electronic Engineering i Forestry Career Mechanical Engineering Professional A.P.E. Exams i Surevylng and Levelling O Architectural Career Bookkeeping Career 9 Cost Accounting Career A Computer Programming Business Management t> Art and Writing Careers Guitar and Piano Playing O Photography Career High School Diploma 100 Specialist Careers Radio and TV Refrigeration Welding Clerk-Typist Stenographer Legal Sec. O Private Sec. Medical Sec. Chemical CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Room 36, 263 Adelaide SI. W., Toronto 129, Ontario AGE ADDRESS REQUIRE SOMEONE TO ESTIMATE the cost on building a fireplace. Phon 331-5197. WANTED STEAM ENGINEER Third class. Write Box 7, Herald. GENERAL MAINTENANCE MAN -Welder, carpentry and boiler exper Write Box 6, Herald. STEADY EMPLOYMENT FOR r ghl man, midnight to 8 a.m. Monday through Frldoy, Good wages. Box 39 Herald. Kill Fuhnn .'pldkMt. Inc. U7I- rifMi P MOBILE HOME SALESMAN RE quired by local dealership. Hlghe lhan average commissions. Send com plete resume lo Lux 11, WINBERG Passed- awa at Lethbridge on Sunday, Jai uary 23, 1972, Ruth of Ban well, age 61 years, beloved wif of Harry C. Winberg of Barn well. Funeral service arrange ments will be announced whe completed. HUMPHRIES FU NERAL HOME LTD., is i Charge. C974 KASCH Passed away ii he city on Sunday, Januarj 23, 1972, Mr. Hans Rasch, a the age of 65 years, belovec husband of Mrs. Anna Kasch of 2006 7th Avenue S. The fu neral arrangements will be announced when com pleted MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc tors of Funeral Service. C974S QUALLY Passed away al Bow Island on Monday, Jan uaiy 24, 1972, following a lengthy llness, Mr. Fowler Goodrich Qually, at the age ol 68 years of Foremost. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc tors of Funeral Service. C9750 LLOYD Passed away In Calgary on Friday, January 21, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Sharlene Mary Lloyd, al the age of four years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lloyd of 35 Glamorgan Drive S.W., Calgary. Besides her parents she is survived by two brothers, Darren and Paul at home; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rogers Davis, Coal-burst, Mr. and Mrs. H. Leo Lloyd, Lethbridge and greatgrandfather, Abraham Pierson, Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at ).m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL with Bishop R. Bullock officiating. Interment will follow in the family jlot, Mountain View Cemetery Fnose who wish may donate to he Calgary Association for the Mentally Retarded, 232-604 1st Street S., Calgary. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9718 ALLRED David Bruce, passed away suddenly in Hill-spring on Saturday, January 22nd, 1972, at the age of 17 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy AUred of Hillspring. Bruce was born in Cardston on July 10th, 1954 and received his education in Hillspring and in Cardston. He leaves to mourn his passing besides nis loving parents; two brothers, Kenneth and Bryce, and one sister, Rhonda. Funeral services will be held in the Hillspring LDS Chapel in Hillspring on Tuesday, January 25ta at 1 p.m., with Laurence Gibb o f the Bishopric presiding. Interment will follow in the Hillspring cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon until prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors tors of Funeral Service. C9746 BOYCHUK Mike, passed away in Coaldale on Friday, January 21, 1972, at the age of 79 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Nellie Boychuk of Coal-dale. Mr. Boychuk was born in Austria on Jura 9th, 1892 and :ame to Canada in 1911. He (forked in the Coal Mines until 920 when he purchased a farm in Coaldale and where he lived intil the time of his passing, ie was a sportsman and in his younger years played baseball n the teams of southern On his first few years in Canada he fired on the steam ngines threshing the harvest f Saskatchewan. He leaves to nourn his passing besides his Dving wife, Nellie; three sons, 'eter of Coaldale, Victor of and Edward of Cal-ary; four grandchildren. He jas predeceased by a brother, iay Boychuk In 1948. Funeral ervices will be held in the hristensen Chapel on Tueday amiary 25th at 2 p.m., with ather F. McCabe officiating. will follow in the mint Calvary section of the fountain View Cemetery, rayerj will be said in the hristensen Chapel on Monday raiing at 8 p.m. CHR1S-SNSEN SALMON FUNERAL OME LTD., Directors of Service. FULL TIME SERVICE STATION front end salesman required. Good secure job to right man. Wrlle Box 40, Herald. QUALIFIED REFRIGERATION AND appliance service man requ red by Westlnghouse Canada Ltd. Phone 327-7882. if you don't want to talk about ecology, women's lib, taxes, films, friends, Twiggy, books, kids, crime, politics, sports, food, astronauts, or golf... what DO you want to talk WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARh clolhlng business. Experience Is no necessary. This position can lead n o a very responsible situation for a bright, keen and Interested young person. Company benefits tool Reply IB Box 34, Herald. IF SI ,000 IN A MONTH Interests you you Inlerest us. Opening lor man over 30 In Lelhbrldge area. No experience required. CaEh Bonuses. Air mall President, Depl. AO, P.O. Box 70, Slatlon R, Toronto 352, 65 LOST AND BUSINESS January 13, black rimmed glasses in blue leather case. Phone 328-1695. SALE ONE-THIRD SHARE 0 barber shop In Medicine Hal. Pho 32B-0085 or wrile P.O. Box 490, Let bridge. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA. JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF CALGARY n Ihe Mlale a FRED RODE, of Ihe aty of Lethbridge AlberlB, wn dirt on Ihe 27lh day of August, 197] TAKE NOTICE (hit all persons hav Ing claims upon the estate of the abov named must file with The Publl Trustee by Ihe !Jth day of February a ful slalemenl of their claim and of securities held by them I. G. G. BREEZE, Assistant Public Trustee, 201 John J. Bowlen Bldg., 7lh S.W Calgary 2, Alberla. jobs program market, we're stuck with hem." Besides the new regulations, other reasons cited for the shutdown include the low sale of Re-lault cars in Canada and the J.S. and the rising costs for installations of safety and anti-rallution devices. GIC was originally formed as a holding company to invest Quebec capital into promising industries. Half of the corpora-ion's shares are owned by the Quebec government, half are r i v a t e 1 y owned. SOMA is wholly owned by GIC. JOURNEYMAN BODY MECHANIC Required immediately TOP MONTHLY WASE PLUS MONTHLY BONUS PLAN. Apply to: GRANT KRISTJANSON Service Manager EMERSON MOTORS LTD. OPERATORS WANTE tor profitable routes, country and cil Salesmanship, serv ce and a UN honest hard work are the keys to su cess. Box 29, Herald. ENTERTAINMENT SER-vce. Weddings, clubs, etc. Phone LOANS MAN 40, WOULD LIKE TO meet lady 30 to 40. Own car and home. Marriage If suited. Wrlle Box 24, Herald. MORTGAGE MONEY FO LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY T QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, H A KREBS, OFFICE 266-6011; RES DENCE 255-7641, ANYTIME. between student leaders anace In weekly newspapers to tform the public about govern-lent services, the Alberta Weekly Newspapers Associa-on said here. In its annual submission to B provincial cabinet, the as-Kialion said the government as many services and depart-lents lhat should be described the public. The rapidly changing number services, qualifications and gulations and the manner "in lich these impinge on OIL- per-nal lives" make it seem asoMble that Ihs government Duld consider some program Information advertising, the IN THE 20 VEARS SINCE 1 RADrOAaTRONOMV BECAME A. TOOL, IT HAS PUSHED MAN4S 1 KNOWLEDGE OP THE 1 UNIVERSE TO UNIMAGINABLEl LIMITS. 1 THE PAST PEW YEARS 1 ORE THAN A DOZEN _ UCH MOLECULES HAVE EEN THE 5-.J LJI ATEST MADE UP OF V'fJf OUft ELEMENTS. _______ __ I LICE CAN IND5EO APJ6E 1 IN THE UNIVERSE 1 AND PROBABLY MCTHBRIDGE HERALD cadcra Mail Limited Front Street West oronto 1, Oloarlo ;