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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HILP WANTED FULL TIME HELP WANTED fV duty. for eppelnt- ment, 32UMI. C373-H REAL ESTATE PERSON Full ttlM contultart, or ftmalt, to Mil for com- pany with betttr bene- Must bondable, own your own For appointment See. JACK C. H. HIGGINS ROYAL TRUST CO. m 7th s. C470-12 APPRENTICE COOK Claratholm Clarcsholm, This position offers an oppor- tunity for time Interested In a com. tnerelal or Institutional cooking cantor to attain Journeyman qualification. candidate will assist the cooking staff In the preparation and serving of meals, cleaning equip- ment and and perform- other related duties In the capac- ity of kitchen helper, salary to (tit par month. Competition number: 94M-C.1. This competition will remain open until a suitable candi- date selected. Information and ap- plication may obtained from the Personnel Administration Office, Government of Alberta, Room 1101, John J. Bowlen Building, Tlh Ave- nue S.W., Calgary, T2P Bit TECHNOLOGISTS Department of Agriculture Irrlga. fib. Division, Lethbridge, Alberta. DESIGN TECHNICIAN Provides technical assistance to the Design En- gineer. Duties Include plotting design layouts, calculations and estimating cost. Graduation In Civil Technology and several years related experience DRAFTING TECHNICIAN Performs technical drafting work requiring con- siderable dexterity and skill. Gradua- tion from Technical school and sever- al years related experience. CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION TECH. NICIAN Works with contractors and construction crews In maintaining quality of materials and Insuring con- tract specifications are maintained. Re- quire graduation from a Technical school In Civil Technology and sever- al years related experience. Salary range S547 to S7M per month. Competition number: 1310-CJ. Closes July 19, 1773. Information and appli- cations may be obtained from the Personnel Administration Office, Gov- ernment of Alberta, Room 1101, John J. Bowlen Building, 650 7th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta, T2P oYl. BIS 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL POSITION AVAILABLE FOR LEGAL secretary with PBtman shorthand. Ex- cellent working condition. Reply Box Herald. Personal Interview to be arranged. C33-tf HEAD DESK CLERK REQUIRED, experience essential, good pay, pleas- ant working condition, day shift, week- ends off, 40 hour week, apply Mr. Hober, El Rancho Motor Hotel. C50I.11 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY RE- llable secretary receptionist In Pin- cher Creek. Must have general of- fice framing and pleasant telephone voice. Most suitable for the career minded. Write Box 33, Herald. 5539-10 70 HOSPITAL ratSONNH, TWO CERTIFIED NURSINO AIDES REQUIRED FOR M SID ACTIVE TREATMENT HOSPITAL 300 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 VALLEY- VIEW, ALBERTA. Two Registered Nurses for general duty for JS bed active-treatment hospital, 200 miles northwest of Edmonton, salary sched- ule recommended by A.A.R.N. con- tract. Apply In writing to Director of Nursing, General Hospi- tal, Box HI, Valleyvlew, C 371.9 "Registered Radiology Technician" or "Combined Technician" Required for 30 bed active treatment hospital. Residence accommodation available. Salary negotiable. Apply: B. J. Ormston, Administrator, Val- leyvlew General Hospital, Box 35t, Valleyvlew, Alberta. C377-9 71 TEACHERS WANTED THE LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DIS- TRICT NO. 51 requires a lurior high band and choral teacher, duties to be- gin August 21, 1973. This position could also involve teaching other subjects. Preference will be fliven to a music education major who has had exten- sive practical experience with bands. Interested persons should apply to: DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT C509-13 STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA REQUIRED Home Economics teacher Foods and Nutrition Specialty the Crows- nest Pess School Division No. Commencement date September 1st, Alberta certificated teachers are ask- ed to forward their applications ac- companied by pertinent credentials to the undersigned not later than July Mr. Paul K. Zufcick, Superintendent of Schools P.O. Box 568 Blairmore, Alberta csio-nh Experienced Secretary for Law Office Shorthand required Write Box 40, Herald C471-9 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY TYP- IST WITH KNOWLEDGE OF HAND- LING CASH. PREVIOUS BANKING EX- PERIENCE PREFERRED. MUST HAVE OWN CAR. PHONE 328-9733, 9 A.M. TO 3 PM. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. C472-12 CLERK-STENO General secretary required for challenging position. Shorthand 100 w.p.m., typing M w.p.m. Ability to speak a native lan- an asset. Salary range WOO to J550. Reply In writing to Indian Association of Alberta ROOM 203 11710 KINGSWAY AVE EDMONTON, ALTA. 53t2-7h Department of Education Correspondence School Branch Requires TEACHERS Applications will be considered for va_ cancles tnat occur from time to time at all grade levels in all subject areas (including business subiects, voca- tional wHecls, and general elediyesV Preference will be given to candidates wno are to teach In several areas and who have special skills. QUALIFICATIONS: Valid Teaching Certificate; In most In- Professional re- quired. Degree desirable. SAtARY: Dependent upon academic qualifications and Alberta ex- perience. Details and application forms available from: THE DIRECTOR, CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, EDMONTON, ALBERTA. OB CENTRAL "PERSONNEL OFFICE, ROOM 500, TERRACE BUILDING, EDMONTON. ALBERTA. This competition will remain open un- til suitable candidates have been select- ed. Competition Number 5551-4. 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL PART TIME BAR Apply In person, Ed Phillips, Alexandra Mottl. EXPERIENCED Apply In person to the Alex- estaurant downtown at 328 Sth andra R St. S. C4M-14 EXPERIENCED Apply In person to Malorette Restaur- ant. Closed on Sundays and Holidays. 020.13 SHORT ORDERCOOK but not till It right attitude that is destrad. Apply Mr. Hober, El Motor Hotel. C423.10 WANTED Kitchen Helpers Apply KOOTENAY LODGE Waterton Lakes 5540-10 6S DOMESTIC EXPERIENCED DISHWASHER RE- Apply In person o.m. at Shanghai Chap Soey. CCT.12 PERSON TO COME IN TO CARE FOR two children, five and two. Ftilymo- tfern null) Ivrna. pnone sas-tf 49 FARM Large ranch In Southern Al- berta requires farm help for haying and silage. Palmer Ranch, Bex 100, HHUpring, Alberta, Phone 627-4417. SUM 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL 1 DIRECTOR OF NURSING Required For fred. treatment, tuspltal located on Highway two between vrid Caloary. Pref- erence will br given to onts with previous supervisory ex- perience amd or nurtfng unit MmlnV ttraflori PleaM qualifications, rfffrercas, for Inter- view snd salary cupvcled to? Administrator Ponoka Genera! Hospital Box 699 Ponoka, Alberto 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES (CRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six Baby Centre 76 SEWING SERVICES FORMALS AND WEDDING-DRESSES. Reasonable rates. Phone 327-T4JZ. 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. VICE-DANCE 6ROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS. ETC PHONE JB-2JP. THE VARIETY MEN "Music For Everyone" DON JACKSON VOCALIST PHONE LEN OR DEL 327-6414 THE MOON GLOWS Music for all PHONE DON CODY AFTER 1 P-M. 78 LOST AND FOUND FOUND BROWN FEMALE PUPPY with Hack coloring on and tail. Phone 32S-7257. 5703-7 FOUND Approximately IMv x 10 spare tire and rim. Phone 22L3211 days; 345-3215 evenings. LADY'S BULOVA WATCH LOST ON Ave. and 5th St. or area of Don Calders Furniture Store Phone 32S- 1331 or 3JH5H. Reward. 350Mf 7? PERSONAL UNDERGROUND WATER SPR1NK- For estimate JH.17BS. X7W-31JV ELDERLY COUPLE DRIVING TO Sasfcataen Tuesday. Joly to orfMu "own for OTM Wily. TO-71M. 5WBJ LONELY O.UIET GENTLEMAN earty fifties would like to meet for compenloratMp. ejwne num- ber and Interest In first he4d In Herald BOK. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drtnMnp problem. Phone CT-fUt or 3 after p.m. M SERVICES AND REPAIRS CONCRETE BASEWENT FORMS FOR rent. Phone Simons Ltd., 3Z7-US2. FRED'S EAVESTROUGH1NG AND pafntlno. Interior afliig. Free estimates, int. SSSMf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rcfbbvr stamps, s 91 daters, etc. Seme dty service, izn 2nd Avt. S. BM114. C67244f AUTHORIZED GENEKAL ELECTRIC itwn manilne service. Ltd., Wl 3rd S. SERVICES AND REPAIRS WTJffl MAYTAO AND SIRVICE. SCR- Ctew on of and ar oMiwntlonai. Also JlTwnall OARDENINO MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE MATURED ASPARAGUS PLANTS. Will Apply m s. uth. ROTOTILLINe, LANIMWPING AND v 3MO-tf GARDEN MASTER! FREE ESTI- mites. Rototllllng, put in, com. lawn and Barden Call your gt'dm at 3274063, i Chief Mountain Sod Services lawn Sod Phono 328-0924 CXKH-tf Still Available! EVERGREENS TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FARM FRESH YOUNG FRYERS AND roasters. Pan ready SI cams 16. Free delivery. Custom Wiling. H. Dyek, 345-3224. CMH-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUPS TO GIVE AWAY. PHONE 733- 2B7, New Dayton. 55417 FOR SALE Miniature Am- erican Eskimo pup Six weeks.old. Foremost. 5583-7 JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET CLVP- ING SERVICE. FOR APPOINT- MENT PHONE 3126-tfh REGISTERED GREAT DANE PUPS, black. Phone or write Box 1345, Coaldale. 5495-10 EXOTIC AF6HAN PUPPIES, SI X weeks, champion pedigree stock. 328-3004. FIVE PUPS FOR SALE MOTHER purebred Beagle. Male DOG HOUSE SUITABLE FOR CHJ. huahua or German Shepherd. 1002 8m St. S. PUREBRED PCX3DLES FOR SALE. Six months to a year. Half price they last. Phone 4854502, Vulcan. CROSSBRED PUPS S10. FATHE.R English Setter, mother double regis- tered German Shepherd. Phone 327- 9tU or 5493-7 SHIH TZU REGISTERED AKC- Two year old, male. Excellent small dog for city dwellers. Barnwell, 1-223. 4130. C441-7 REGISTERED GERMAN SHORT, hair Pointer puppies Seven weeks old, one female, one J71- 4315, Calgary. 5M4-7 REGISTERED LONG HAIRED Dachshund puppies Three months old, shots, trained show pet quality. Minnie Mclvor. 454 25th Ave. N.W., Calgary. 5585-11 WILL YOUR PET BE SAFE AND COMFORTABLE DURING YOUR VACATION? Contact: Southalta Ken- nels Boarding, phone 223-413C, Barn- well. CWMm 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP for rent. Phona er Cardston. 414Mf START YOUR OWN PART TIME IN- come. Three cigarette and one panty- hoee vending machines. Phone 32S-S10J, after p.m. FOR SALE BEAUTY SALON IN Blairmore, Alberta. Excellent busi- ness. Phone 562-2744 days; O2-2507 evenings. 297Wf SMALL JANITOR BUSINESS GROS. sing iSMCS psr ystr. Only in the area. Phone 42S-71S writ. Box Sparwood, ATTENTION CLUBS, LADIES AUXI- litries, youth groups, etc. a flea market opening In soon. For de- tails how you can help your treasury, lust call 327-1222. C359-7 MOTEL FOR SALE IN SOUTHEAST- ern Alberta city of approximately 000 and growing. Immediate possession. Down payment and balance can amortized up to 20 years. Sln- only. Box ald. 5461-19 Business building for sale er lease, centre of Main Street, Femie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Femte, B.C r 714941 TWENTY-THREE SUITE APARTMENT Just less then one year old. Land- scaped, private perking lot, elevator, washing and drying equlpment-Shows excellent return with large mortgage remaining. EXCLUSIVE. KEY REALTY INSURANCE 328-6671 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 list with the leader" Multipli listing Service mu In ownlno your own and In in bswfjful home? if so can Kark, er at wm explain how can to dona. If LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY Formen-Merchonts Trust 309-7th ft. S. Phone 328-5549 N OPPORTUNITIES MORTGAGES All typw of INSURANCE LTD. 1117 Jrd Jtt-JMI. SCHWARTZ slder ALL TYPES 90 CONTRACTS JOURNEYMAN PAINTERS Contracts, estimates. Phone 1. ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, roofing, spKrtlWng In ehlmnwj, brick, cement blocks, cement finish- Ing, stuccoing, fireplaces, rais- ing and moving. 32M1M. ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK. Good workmanship and prompt Har- buz, FRED STEIHER CEMENT WORK, oM bwements dug, proofing. In- Mtlmatas. ECONOMY PAINTING AND DECOR- Very noon or ALUMINUM WINDOWS AMD NO MAINTENANCE JS ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. MJ- 5745. ClfMJf FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. MIS- ceilinwus building. ps, sidewalks, drives, etc Hauling Jim 32S-39I3. Jim I4WA-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK stuccoing. Anderson and Sorjnson construction, 1020 7th S. 327-MB2. C7J77-tf PAINTING interior or exterior. City farm. Guarantewl wont. For free estimate cell Hit-Bridge PUBLIC NOTICES FOR SALE Alberta Wheat Pool offers for by TendVthi bushtl balloon irmex at Wilson No. 3. TWsbuHdInfl must be dismantled or removed on or before October 31, 1973. sale Is for cash, and lOper cent of must submitted wtth the Tender. Tender Forms may obtained from the Pool Elevator Manager at Wilson. Tenders will be accepted up to July and these should be for- warded to: The Treasurer Alberta Wheat Pool Box 2700 Md, not sarlly accepted. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER of Estate of ALBERT TORRIE, late of Grassy Lake In the of Alberta, who died on the 14th day of April A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE THAT all having claims upon> above named must file wtth the und, signed solicitors by the 11th day of August A.D. 1973, a full "J their claims and of held by DENECKY BAINES Barristers and Solicitors 309 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executor MARVIN H. TORRIE THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE PuMlc hereby ttat undersigned to apply Jo The Alberta Liquor Control Board for li- cence to Mil beer, wine and liquor by glass for consumption only on licensed portion of the I" aeeonJancewlth the prevtotoii of The Liquor Licensing Act and Regyia- ttORS made thereunder with respect to the following described premises: MRS. MARJORIE E. FRITZ BORDER HOTEL COUTTS, ALBERTA Lot 1 Block 2 No. Oltoctiens to this WPlieiWn be to Alberta Liquor Control Edmonton. at Lethbrldge, thtt 30 day ef MRS. MARJORIE E. FRITZ J9fl THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENCE Public is hereby given that Hotel Ltd. fc.apply to Control Board far a Dining Lounge to sen beer end wine by the glass forconsurnptlon on following described premises. VENTURA HOTEL LTD. VENTURA INN RESTAURANT Lot 4 to'l inclusive, Block Plan No. A-A. Objections to this applica- tion shall made forthwith to The Alberto Liquor Control Board, Edmon- ton Dated at CeaUale. Alberta, this 11 day of June, 1W3, VENTURA HOTEL LTD. vern Scheldt TENDER NOTICE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF WATER SUPPLY MAIN TOWN OF STAVaY SEALED TENDERS, ,tO condffions named Thereto, eased to Town of Stavely, CrowJher Partners Limited, 7410 BlacWoot Trail SovthNSt, P.O. Box 5WO, Station Calgary. Alberta, will to re- ceived op to four cfcKxk M.O.S.T-, Joly W7J of CrowJher Partners Limit- General mar eWam copy of Contract Documents from rtflees of Raw, crewThBrwid Part- ners Umlted 7410 Trail Calgary, Atterta epon pay- ment Fifty which will refunded 1f the Contract Docu- are returned In flood come. flan within xven days the Close df tenders. A certified cheque cr bid bond to the Town Stavety for a sum not tats than ten per cent a of the tender H re- quired to accompany tender. The right is reserved to reject amy or all tenders, to wiHve WtoTrnaWy in ttrlO ttjwCt following is an approximate TW of the wore to M done: conttroctkm of r PVC srmaln 18JOB Dn. ft. eenstroctlen ef Best Town of Stavtfy StaveJy, Albwla crowfhir and Partners Umttad Consdmna Pttnners Cataarjr, Afwrw PUBLIC NOTICES FOR SALE WhMt ftot, for by Ttndtf, property Mid storey room dwelling Woolford No 2 to for mformatltn for submitting obtained from POM Man- eoer woctfford. will accepted vp to July 14th, W3 and ihould for- to: Treasurer WhMt Pool Box 2700 CALGARY, hlgfast, or any Md, net MMrtly Jim FOR SALE WhMt Pool, offers for by Tender, bushel balloon annex at Walling No. 3. This building must dismantled or removed on or before October II, 1973. for cash, and 10 per cent of the price must submitted with Intormaflpn and der may attained from the Pool Elevator Manager at welllna. Tenders will accepted up to July 2tth, 1973 and these should for- warded to: Treasurer Wheat Pool Box 2700 CALGARY, highest, or any bid, not neces- sarily accepted. Bo NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS ,N MARGARET TURNER, late of the City of Lethbrldge, In of Alberta, who died on 2nd day of TAKE'NOTICE that all jjrsons hav- Ina claims upon estate of the naiMd m5t f with i th. .under- signed Solicitors by 6th- dey of August, 1973, a ton i itatwnent thtlr claims and of securities held by them. RICE, MACLEAN, BABKI AND EVANS 903 3rd Avenue South, Lethbrldge, Alberta, _ for the NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COOftT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF MARY FRANC- ES HEARN, late of the City of Leth- brldge, In the Province of Alberta, ShTdied en the 20th day of May, that-all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 4th day of August, 1973, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. RICE, MACLEAN, BABKI AND EVANS 903 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executor NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF BURTON KNUDTSON, also known as BERT KNUDSON of Spokane, In the State of Washington, one of the United States of America, who died "en the 14th day of January. A.D. 1973. NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with undersign- ed solicitors by the 7th day of August A.D. 1973 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. PATERSON COMPANY 407 Mayor Magrath Drive Lethbrldge, Alberta for the Executrix FOR SALE Alberta Wheat Pool, offers far sale by Tender, the bushel balloon annex at Granum No. I. This build- ing must to dismantled or removed on or bettre October 31, ___ TteaatolsforcMhandlOpercent of the price must to submitted with Tender. Information and Tender Forms may be obtained from Pool Elevator Manager at Granum. Tenders will to accepted up to July 2tth, 1773 and these should to for- warded to: Treasurer Alberta Wheat Pool Box 2700 CALGARY, Alberta _____ The highest, or any Md, not sarlly--------" NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OP SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF LeROY WOOD- WORTH, late of the City of Leth- bridge, In Province of Alberta, who died on 26th day of Febru- ary, A.D. 1973 TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav. Ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with undersigned Solicitors by the 14m day of August, 1973, full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. RICE, MACLEAN, BABKI EVANS, 3rd Avenue South, Lethbrldge, Alberta, for the DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS OF CANADA TENDER Sealed Tenders to the Manager of Administrative Services, Department of Public Wortt of Customs Building. 134 11 Avenue S.E. Calgary, Alberta, TJG CXS Cleaning RCMP Subdivision Head- quarters, Wi Street and Sth Avenue South, Alberta, wm be received until a-m. (MOST) Jnty 24, __ Tender Documents can to obtained through the office of Department of Paanc works ef Canada, Room ttfWM, lift and 1st Street S.E.. Caloary. Atbtrta. The Docurnents can be seen at the RCMP SobLDlvteton Hwaqwrters Jn ____ To to considered, aachtanaar mutt to submitted on tot by the Depart ment. Tto lowest cr any tendar not necas- VtTffl. rvVrlUSr A Administrative Sertvces. Calgary District. BU LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders tor the awstmcflan e> one reinforced li-Tcrtfj drop ssrectore, located new iron ffrtnos. Alberts wm received office Of the Jirlgetkm DWnrt up to 1030 local time, July 2Sth, 7973. Se- curity win be required. Copies rt drawings and may flttalned trorn the Irrigation OWrtct or from Design and Con- strvctton Division, LeTbwwge, on er Jirty tth W3 upon degeslt in cheque, made fe the Board of Directors. The Board re- serves the right to relect or all tenders of Directors The LethbrWge Nofflisrn irrigation OwrW in Jtrty 7, 1fT3 TNI UTHMHOOf HMAIO Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS LARKO Passed away in the city on Wednesday, July 4, 1873, following a brief illness, Mr. John Larko, of 1623 6th Ave. N, beloved husband of the late Mis. Maty Larko, at the age of 88 years. Requiem mass win be celebrated at a.m. on Monday, July 9, 1973 in St. Peter and St Paul's Greek CathoUc Church, wtth Rev. Fatter L. Syveaky cele- brant. Interment will follow in the Family Plot in St. Fat- rick's Cemetery. Prayers will be said on Sunday, at Martin Brothers Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. at p.m., MARTIN BROTHERS LTD., Directors of tbe Funeral Ser- vice.- C521 CSiTARI Passed away in the city on Wednesday, July 4th., 1973 following a brief ill- ness, Mr. Steve Csitari at the age of 84 yean of Green Acres Lodge, Lethbridge. Requiem mass will be celebrated at p.m. on Monday, July 9th in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father J. A. Carroll O.M.I. celebrant. In- terment win follow in Mount Calvary SedSon, Mountain View Cemetety. Those who wish may pay their respects at Martin Brothers Traditional Chapd, 812 SrdAve. S., MARTIN BROTHERS LTD., Directors of the Funeral Ser- CARDS OF THANKS METHERAL We would like to express our sincere thanks aod appreciation to our relatives and friends for helping us cele- brate our 29h wedding anniver- sary. Thanks for gifts, flowers and cards; to all those who brought food and helped Jn any other way. and Luella Metheral. 5636-7 THOMPSON I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks to the doctor and nursing staff in Pic- ture Butte Hospital. Also many thanks to the doctors and nurses in St Michael's Hospital for the kind care and attention. Thanks to all my relatives, friends and neighbors for cards, flowers, gifts sent and those who came to visit me whfle I was a patient in the hospitals. Helen Thompson Barons 5693 GREENE Please accept our deepest appreciation for all the loving kindnesses shown us in our recent loss of Wilfred, the head of our family. To Pas- tor aad Mrs. Jost, his doctor and nurses, Mr. and Mrs. victor Enhnan 301] the host of friends and loved ones, we say a heart- felt thank you. To those who travelled and phoned so many miles and those close at home our thanks for your acts of love. For tbe ladies who served lunch, the abundance of food, the ftoweri and tbe cards and messages and tbe support of 00 Gideon Bible work tint be dearly loved. We thank you and pray the Lord wfll bless each one of you. Greene, Mervyn and Marion, Norman and Katb- erioe, Bad and Fran, Donna and Larry, David and JeannJe, Sharon and Brenda, Sandra, Robert' Karen, Tabitha, Stephen and Arlynd. SG94 RISLER We would like to express oar appreciation to the nurses, orderlies, and other members of the staff of Unit "A" Medical One of the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital, and to the doctor for the wonderful care given to our beloved hus- band, father, son and brother, Ernest Albert (Buzz) Risfer during his lengthy stay in hos- pital. Our thanks to Archdea- con Cecil Swanson, to an our kind friends and neighbors, and to tbe personnel of the Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. for their VMiifoit and assistance. To tbe members of tbe Guild Section of SL Augustine's A.C.W. and to the members of the Order of tbe Eastern Star, thank you for your donations of food. Abo, we wish to thank those who sent floral cuds and to those who made donations to the Multiple Sder- osis Society. Your thoughtful- ness wul always be remember- ed. Gary, Judy and Ken and Ernie Rislcr and Dene Risler X3Z78 WARY AT NIGHT PHILADELPHIA (AP) Fifty-one per cent of tbe adult rirJente in and M per cent in its suburbs are afraid to go out at night, an Evening BuBstbi poll shows. About a third of those polled said they knew people who Sad ben victims of crime in recent IN MEMORIAMS MATTHEWS In loving memory at a dear fatter and grandfather, Bob, who passed away July 7, MM. Sad and sudden was the can, So dearly loved by one and all; His memory Is as day, As on the day be passed away. remembered, ever loved by Bob, De and fam- 8673 MATTHEWS la loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Robert Matthews, who passed away July 7, 1966. There's an open gate At the end of the road Through which each must go alone, And there in a light we can- not see Our Father claims His own. Beyond the gate our loved one Finds happiness and rest, And there is comfort In the thought That a loving God knows best. remembered by his wife Helen, daughter Shirley, son-in-law Art and grandsons Glen and Keith. SALER In loving memory of a beloved husband, father and grandfather, Nuniaus, who passed away suddenly on July 8, 1971. Our hearts still ache with And secret tears still flow, What it meant to lose you, No one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely and everything goes wmig, We seem to hear you whisper, Cheer up and cany on. Bach time we see you picture, You seem to smile and say, Don't cry I'm only sleeping, We'll meet again some day. remembered and sadly missed by Katfaerina Saler; Steve, Nellie and boys; Nick, Harlene and girls; Kathy, John and boys; John, Linda and family; Tony, Kathy and family; Mary, Simon aad family. 5651 Jewish merchant loses case LONDON (Reuter) The High Court threw out Thursday a Jewish merchant's action to stop the Oxford English tionary defining a Jew as "a grasping or extortionate usu- rer." The decision rfinnMrf a four- year campaign by 67-year-old Marcus Suounovitz, who main- tained that the dictionary's defi- nition amounted to an insult to the Jewish race. He brought an action to make tbe publishers, Clarendon Press, write a new definition. Tbe Shorter Oxford English Dictionary states: Jew-r a person of Hebrew race, an Is- raelite, appBed to a grasping or extortionate usurer or a trader who drives bard bargains and deals craftily." The court ruled that Shkt- movitz had no cause far actko and dismissed tbe case. It or- dered Shtoimovitz to pay legal feat but Clarendon Press said it would not enforce ttts. Movie star on the mend LONDON (AP) British movie star Jack Hawkins, 62, was reported recovering today from a throat operation that earlier had feft him in serious condition. Doctors at St Stephen's Hos- pital said the actor was "com- foDowing tbe oper- ation Wednesday for a throat hemorrhage. Us third in less than a month. _____ Hawkins was admitted to 1x0 pita] last month following com- plications after undergoing sur- gery in May in New York to im- plant an artificial voice box in his throat He lost bis voice in 1966 who amgeoot inuuved LONG LARVA WAGE The lamprey eel, batched to tbe mod of shallow streams, re- mains in the larva stage fur up to sew to Grert Canada House conversion under way LONDON (CP) Canada's stately Ugh commission build- ing on Trafalgar Square is to bf turned into a drop-in centre. With most of the high mission's 822 staff members moved into a suuuud building, Macdwald House in tbe bent of the Mayfair diplomatic en- clave, Canada House itself is empty and by next spring wiO be converted Into a cultural aad social centre for tourists and British residents. A Canadian official here said today 1be con version will double the area available to foot-sore tourists where they can rest and read any of the dally newspapers flown in regu- larly from home. Tbe Canadian government travel bureau, now in a sepa- rate building on the other side of Pall MaD, is to move into Canada House and should help attract Britons Into the building where they will be exposed to the displays of Canadian art which dominate the reception area. Two rooms of Canada House are to be set aside for Canadian musicians in need of a place to practise or rehearse. Canada House serves as a mail drop for many Canadians visiting Britain and about letters or packages are handled every month by the reception staff. Last year, touring Canadians were counted as they picked up mail or asked ques- tions at tbe reception desk. Detroit's homicide rate tops DETROIT (AP) TUs fa Murder City, U.S.A. Detroit's homicide rate once again leads other United States cities with a population of more than one mfllion. Most homicides arise from arguments, family fights aad muggings, police say. Most victims are shot to death. Tbe odds are the victims knew the person who killed them. Last year Detroit bad 693 homicides. In the first six months of 1973 there were ahead of the 1972 rate-a 13-per-oent in- crease, police said. Police data from tbe other minion-plus cities: Pitts- burgh's homicide rate is one per residents; New York has one for Los Angeles, one for Hous- ton, one for and Chi- cago, one for with Detroit's one for Theories explaining De- troit's high homicide rate range from the dry's drug problemstp ghetto Hving and unemployment, and tbe ease with which handguns can be obtained. Drinkers hit in pocketfaook VICTORIA (CP) Prices of imported wines, liqueurs and brandies continue to with tbe Liquor Control Board planning to boost prices again this month, Liquor board purchasing agent Bob Mason said today a total of C imported wines wffl increase; in price, tbe Mies ranging from 10 cents to a bottle. Liqueur prices increased from between 15 and 45 cents a bot- tle and brandies jumped from between 15 cents and I2.2S a bottle. He said the increases are part of a continuing trend. Tbe LCB is obligated by a cabinet order passed during the Social Credit administration to pass on any increases in the cost of liquor to tbe consumer. Anne's fiance faces charge LONDON lieoL Mark Phillips, fiance of Prin- cess Anne, faces a dasgcroos driving charge. Phillips is doe in court July 31 in the Wiltshire town of Sa- fisboty. Lasers said tbe max- imum penalty is four months in jaU, but f or a first offender a fine and suspension of driving licence would be normal Phillips is to marry the prin- cess Nov. 14. Boddngbain Palace said the driving charge ms purely his personal affair end Princess Anne was definitely not with ton at tbe tune. Ptfflce said the alleged of- fence occurred Aprfl 7. two ween before anmmncepjent of tbe engagement, PMffins, 24, is in West Ger- ;