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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY RE- llable secretary receptlonUt In Pit- cher Crack. Must have general of- flct training and plMMnf telephone voice. Most suitable for the career minded. Write Bex 33, Herald. 5539-10 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL PART TIME BAR WAITER-WAIT- ress. Apply in person, Ed Alexandra Hotel. CWJJ-tf FULL OR PART TIME SHORT OR- der oook to work some nights end some weekends. Phone Betty or Vern, EXPERIENCED wanted. Apply in person to the Alex- andra Restaurant downtown et 5th St. S. C444-U SHORT ORDER COOK experience preferable but not essen- flel It is the right attitude that is desired. Apply Mr. Hober, El Rancho Motor Ho WANTED Kitchen Helpers Apply KOOTENAY LODGE Waterton lakes 5540-10 68 DOMESTIC EXPERIENCED DISHWASHER RE- qulred. Apply In person after p.m. at Shanghai Chop Suey. CX79.12 PERSON TO COME IN TO CARE FOR two children, five and two. Fully mo- dern north side home. Please ohone 52U-tf SERVICES AND REPAIRS FRED'S EAVESTROU6HING AND Interior and exterior .decor- ee estimates. 321-1251. 2559-M printing. fr SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, deters, etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 321-5114. AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRIC lawn mower rebuilding service. Sere Repair Ltd., 1011 3rd Ave. S. 327-5454. 7093-tf 84 GARDENING MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- ing. Call 3H-2W4. MATURED ASPARAGUS PLANTS. Will produce next year. Sl.25 per dor. Apply 2022 35th St. S. Leth. P ROTOTILLING, LANDSCAPING AND new lawns seeded. Phone 329-03M, DRIED GROUND MANURE, IN PLAS- tic bags SI.50 each. Free delivery. Phone Coalhurst Greenhouse. 327-9530. 1585-tf For Good Selection Bedding-Out Plants Apply Dan's Greenhouse U Mile East of Stockyards 3W6-1f Chief Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone 328-0924 It BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP for rent. Phone or 653-3704, Cirdston. 414Mf START YOUR OWN PART TIME IN- come. Three cigarette and one panty- hose vending machines. Phone 328-5101, after 6 p.m. SM8-10 SMALL JANITOR BUSINESS GROS- sing per year. Only janitor vice In the area. Phone 425-7252 write Box 716, Sparwcod. B.C. 42U IJJy ATTENTION CLUBS, LADIES AUXI lian'M, youth groups, etc a flea market opening In soon. For de- tails how you can help your treasury, lust call 327-1222. C359-7 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing: in small and old homes cell CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South, 32S-3251 C77W-tf MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 CMIMt cnn-tf 69 FARM PERSON NEEDED FOR RANCH work. Start Immediately. Students may apply. Phone 628-2434 or 628-2324, Lundbreck. Large ranch in Southern Al- berta requires farm help for haying and silage. Palmer Ranch, Box 100, Hiilspring, Alberta, Phone 627-4417. 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL TWO CERTIFIED NURSING AIDES REQUIRED FOR 35 BED ACTIVE TREATMENT HOSPITAL 200 MILES NORTHWEST OF EDMONTON. SA- LARY SCHEDULE AS RECOMMEND- ED BY A.C.N.A.A. CONTRACT. APPLY IN WRITING TO DIRECTOR OF NURSING- VALLEYVIEW GENER- AL HOSPITAL, BOX >3S8 VALLEY- VIEW, ALBERTA Two Registered Nurses Required for general duty for 35 bed active-treatment hospital, 2CO miles northwest of Edmonton. Salary sched- ule ss recommended by A.A.R.N. con- tract. Apply in writino to Director of Nursing, Vatleyvlew General Hospi- tal, Box 358, Velleyview, Arta. C378.9 "Registered Radiology Technician" or "Combined Technician" Required for 30 bed active treatment hospital. Residence accommodation available. Salary negotiable. Apoly: 8. J. Ormston. Administrator, Val- leyview General Hospital, Box 35B, Vatreyvrew, Alberta. C377-9 DIRECTOR OF NURSING Required For 50 bed, active treatment, accredit- ed hcapitat located on Highway two between Edmontcn and Calgary. Pref- erence will be given to those appli- cants with previous supervisory ex- perience and or nursing unit admini- stration. Please submit qualifications, rfferences, dates available for Inter- view and salary expected to: Administrator Ponoka General Hospital Box 69? Ponoka, Alberta 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone I2t-2t3l Baby centra 328-2509. 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC PHONE m-lKT. THE VARIETY MEN "Music For Everyone" DON JACKSON VOCALIST PHONE LEN 327-481? OR DEL 327-6414 THE MOON GLOWS Music for all occasions PHONE DON CODY 3Z7-4592, AFTER 7 PM 9701 tfh 7t LOST AND FOUND FOUND BROWN FEMALE PUPPY with Mack charing on ifece and Phone 32R-7257. S703-7 LOST FEMALE GRAY STRIPED cat. Name He front daws. Phone evenings. 328-8007; days 3Z7JM62. 5492-6 LADY'S BULOVA WATCH LOST ON Ava. and sth St. or area of Don CaJder-s Fumitore Store Phone 321- 3SD6-W 79 PERSONAL UNDERGROUND WATER SPRINX- )ws for yoor home a low coil for free estimate shone 321.1705 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-KU9 or 37.B-33W, after p.m. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION. CONTACT AL ANON F A WILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CASE Of P.fl. BOX Ml, LETH- AL8EPTA. SHIRLEY, 327- JEAN. 3Z7-M40. IftHfn SERVICES AND REPAIRS K1PBY VACUUM SALES AND VICE K1RSY COMPANY OF LETH- B3IDGE 32HW2 C37J1-W SftLES AND SERVICE. SER- ii maVes o'clock on Wednesday. inn day Jwiy, iws FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT such as file such wtmn may apprsr PuW-c Hearing to rewtsenwion and to answer flues! CBy Council cenetminq suutTHMions, tul ftfoject to tha tsndltlon Ihst IT "support a unst tc to thirty and one mwrtel period of TO fhrn lei DATED at City of dty of June JTO John Certa City CMrk Burglars get nothing Burglars apparently left em- pty-handed after ransacking a southside home Thursday. Entrance was apparently made through an open bath- room window at the home of Katherine Wesley, 612 mh St. S., as both front and rear doors of the house were lock- ed City Police are continuing femsfigatkn. WALKLJNG Passed away in the tity Wednesday, July 4, Catherine "Kate" Walkling. at tbe age of 92 years, beloved wife of tbe late Mr. Henry Walkling of 2114 10th Ave. A. South. Born, raised and educated at Bronte, Ontario, Mrs. Walkling came to Leth- bridge in 1910, where she was for many years a dressmaker for the Hudson's Bay Company. She was married in 1910 and has continued to reside here ever since. Mrs. Walkling is survived by one sister, Mrs. A. (Ida) Hayes, and one brother, Mr. Ernest Tuck, both of Bur- lington, Ontario; one daughter, Mrs. L. O. (Mabel) Weiss, Leth- bridge; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Tbe fu- neral service will be held in MARTIN BROTHERS TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Ave. S., Saturday, at a.m., with Rev. A. T. King, officiating. In- terment will follow in Arcb- mount Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may make do- nations to the Canadian Can- cer Society (409 Canada Trust MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice. C500 LARKO Passed away in tbe city on Wednesday, July 4, 1973 following a brief illness, Mr. John Larko at tbe age of 88 years. Born, raised and edu- cated in Czechoslovakia. Mr. Larko came to the United States in 1898. where he work- ed in the coal mines in Penn- sylvania and Alabama. In 1909 be moved to Lethbridge, where be worked in tbe coal mines until his retirement in 1950. Since his retirement Mr. Larko has resided in Lethbridge until bis passing. He was a life mem- ber and past preodent of the Miners Library. Toe late Mr. Larko was predeceased by his wife Mary in 1989. He is sur- vived by two sons. Peter Larko, Lethbridge, and George Larko, Vancouver, B.C.: four daugh- ters, Mrs. Margaret Knight Mrs. Bilhe Smerek, both of LeUibiidge. Mrs. June Wright, Mrs. Dorothy Brewster. both of Vancouver, B.C.: one brother. Mr. George Larko. Lethbridge. Also surviving are sbdbeen grandchildren, eighteen great- grandchildren, an] two great- great-grandchildren. Requiem mass win be celebrated at a.m. on Monday, July 9, 1973 in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church, with Rev. Father L. Syvenky cele- brant Interment wfll follow in the Family plot in St Patrick's Cemetery. Prayers wfll be said on Sunday Jo3y 8. IffTS at p.m hi Martin Brothers Mem- orial Chapel 703 13th St N. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Fmeral Service. C499 FUNERALS PASKUSKI Funeral tte- vice for Mr. Mike Paskutki, na- tive son of the West Ukraine who came to this, country in 1911 and who died suddenly in; the city Saturday, June at the age of 80 years, was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, July 1973, in Martin Bros. Memor- ial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with. Rev. A. T. King officiating.: Pallbearers were Peter PaT- marchuk, AIek and Nick Koll- asko, John Andryshyk, John Romaniuk and George Ocar. In- terment was in tbe Mountain- View Cemetery. Martin Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. PALFREY Funeral for Walter E. Palfrey, beloved, husband of the late Mrs. Palfrey who died at Edmonton' Thursday, June 28, 1973, after a brief illness at the age of 81 years, was held at 3 p.m. Wed- nesday, July 4, in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. El- liott officiating. Active pall- bearers were George and Har- old Bell, Thomas Chapman, Jr., Forrest Dunlop, Joseph Horton and Steven Young. Hon- orary pallbearers were David Dow, Charels Gaskffl, Handsaeme, Guy Jackson, Bin King, Allan Morton, Bin Me-, Gregor, Jack Nichols, John Pahara, Harold Watts and Os- car Wiltetts. Interment was in the family plot in tbe Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser-. vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. VEZINA Funeral service was held in the Everest Funer- al Chapel, Thunder Bay, for Mrs. Isabell A. Vezma, daughter of early Grassy Lake settlers. She died in hospital at Thunder Bay June 5 at tbe age of 79- years. She was born at Scofield, Utah, July 16, 1883, and to Canada with her parents, the late David and Mrs. Burns in; 1902. They spent a short time at Raymond and then moved to' Grassy Lake where they their home. She met and mar- ried Octave Vezina and they spent many years in Fort Fran-, ces. In 1937 they moved to Port Arthur and lived them for their remaining years. Mrs. Vezina, is survived by four Mrs. Margaret Calder of Fort1 Frances, Mrs. Hilda Caston- guay, Mrs. June Allen and Mrs..' Maine Massaro all of Port Ar- thur; four sons, Kenneth of Port Arthur, Odie of Winnipeg, Melton of Port Arthur and Or-s zie in B.C.; three sisters, His. Margaret Turnbull of Grassy Lake, Mrs. Hflda WaHcer and Mrs. Bertilla Tolton of Taber; one brother, Harold Burns of White Rock, B.C.; 23 grand-, children and 32 great-grand- children- She was predeceased by her husband Octave Vema, in 1965 and a son David in, 1936; three brothers, one haK brother and two half sisters. Interment was in St. Andrew's Cemetery. CARDS OF THANKS METHERAL We wcaid like to express our sincere thmJnr and appreciation to our and friends for helping OB cele- brate our 29tfa wedding sary. Thanks for gifts, flowers and cards; to all those who brought food and heaped in wry. other way. -Jack and LueUa Metberal. 3636-7 ERICKSON We wish to. express oar sincere for- all the expressions of sympathy during our recent bereave-' ment; to tbe family, friends and neighbors for the cards, food, flowers and visits. Thanks to the doctors and nurses at- tbe Raymond Municipal Hospi-. tal, and to the ladies for pro- viding the lovely hmch after tbe service. Your kindness will always be remembered and ap- preciated. Erickson family. 5705 SMITH To my doctor and the nurses and staff of Third Floor Medical. Leitibndge Mb- nicipal Hospital to my sisters of Maple Leaf No. 7 Chapter, all relatives and friends for visits and cards. My sincen thanks and deep appreciation for their kindness during stay in tbe hospital. -Edith M. Saiib 5672 KANE I hereby express great appreciation to my doc- tor and tbe nurses on Medkrtl I. Lethbridge Municipal Hospi- tal, for their wonderful during my illness there. Also, a sincere thank you to the kind friends at Green Acres Lodge, especially to the Ma- tron and Rev. King, and to J relatives and friends for then- visits, cards, gifts and flowers, prayers and good wishes. L Kane Acres Lodgt ;