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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta ft HELP WANTED AVON to Buy or Sell Phone 328-742. or write Mrs M 251423rd Ave S C197-1f Experienced diesel mechanic negotiable To start June 15th Apply Koch Oil Co Ltd phone Taber 2522-tf Wanted assistant leedlot manager Possibility share ol ownership Total abstainer Write with complete resume to Box Herald 66 OFFICE. CLERICAL Bank ol Coaldale requires experienced typist Phone for appointment or write Box 90 Coaldale C17C-13 Must be a good typist Experience with switchboard and electric typewriter preferred Position is permanent Available now Apply in person Ellison's Head Office Lethbndqe C9445-H 167 RESTAUMNT. HOTEL Part time laundry help required ly Crest Motel Part time cook tor Lodge Motel Phone appointment 329-0100. for C204- Wailresses and waiters required a Golden Bridge Restaurant Apply IP person to Henry Yee Phone 328- 2525 C2712-f and Apply in Shanghai Chop Suey after 4 30 p m C9967-1S Person to learn short order cooking No experience necessary Apply to Mr Hober El Rancho Hotel C9994-16 Full time and part time janitors Nigh apply to Mr Hober El Rancho Hotel C9995-16 Kitchen help wanted for weekends Apply in person to the House ol Wong C180-13 for I and T Coffee Shop. 14062nd Ave S Day shift only Monday to Friday Apply in person C181-tf Part time desk clerk night auditor Sunday and 11pm -7am Apply to Mr El Rancho Motor Hotel C187-15 Full time dining room evening shift Must be over 18 Apply to Mr Brink or Mr Hober El Rancho C9996-16 Mature experienced person required for cashier evening shift 40 per hour Apply El Rancho Hotel Mr Hober C9997-16 Mature couple required for part time front desk work Apply in person to Crest Motel Wanted cooks and dishwashers Apply Phils Pancake House C92-11 from 6 a m -2 p m Monday-Friday Also experienced cook Apply m person Stockman'- Inn C163-tf MARQUIS HOTEL REQUIRES MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL Some trade experience necessary Apply Business office Marquis Hotel C124-12 68 DOMESTIC Occassional babysitter needed 328 1598 during days 7376-11 Steady babysitter required for three hours two cfays a week One year old Phone 328-9559 5263-11 69 FARM Married couple forwork in hog barn House supplied wages to be negotiated On school bus route Write Box 133 Herald 4593-1 Individua1 for dairy and general rarrr work Phone 328 5497 R H Boulton five miles north Canadian Dressed Meats 8726-t CAPABLE FARMER REQUIRED FOR DRYLAND FARM WRITE BOX 86 HERALD C9178-I Combine and truck operators for custom work by July 13th Phone 666-2124 Etzikom or 406-256-2323 Chester Montana Wanted Person 10 work with wheel line sprinkler and farm equipment Top wages and house for qualified person Phone Vauxhall C182-12 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL CNA full time for local clinic Write Box 14 Herald C205-13h 71 TEACHERS WANTED County of Barrhead Requires ON HOME ECONOMICS TEACHER FOR BARHHEAD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Please apply stating qualifications and experience to H L TRELEAVEN SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS COUNTY OF BARRHEAD ALBERTA 5211-13 COUNTY OF FLAGSTAFF NO. 29 Invites applications for the following positions commencing September 1974 1 Grade eight teacher small enrolment 2 Librarian Please forward applications to H E MILLER SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOL COUNTY OF FLAGSTAFF NO 29 ALBERTA PHONE 384-3956 384-3556 C183-13 TEACHERS REQUIRED Peace River School Division No 10 invites applicants for the following positions FRENCH-LANGUAGE ARTS Grlmshaw Jr -Sr High School BUSINESS EDUCATION Grimshaw Jr -Sr School ELEMENTARY SCIENCE Kennedy Elementary Alberta GRADE THREE 'AND FOUR Deadwood School FRENCH AND ART Paul Rowe High Alberta Interested teachers should contact the Superintendent by phoning 624- 3601 or 624-1317 Written applications with supporting Informa- tion should be forwarded to- T D Superintendent of Peace River School Division No P O Box Peace Alberta C172-13 72 LICENSED K4NDEMMTENS NURSERIES Cuddle Bunny Day Nursery Children two to six years Phone 328 2835 C9062-ti Costanzos Day Care Centre 1118 3rd Ave S 328-5057 Children two and up C8751-H 78 LOST AND FOUNR Found Two month very frisky orange male kitten Obviously has a home Phone 329- 4290. X5408-11 Lost at Macleod Beer Gardens on Man's Rodanla Electric day date watch Reward 327-7554 or 326-7658 5292-10 Sunnyside district I Red Brockle-faced In calf about 900 Ibs Branded 'leftrib 5296-11 LOST FRIDAY AFTERNOON WESTWOOD D HEARING NO S92909 VICINITY NORBRIDGE BARBER SHOP AND GAS STATION PHONE 328-2423 REWARD. 5264-11 79 PERSONAL driving to the west coast about July 25th would like a lady companion Box Herald 7377-t Do not be lonely Join the Dating and 'Marriage Service from the Coast to Alberta MAIL MATCH Box 786 Cranbrook BC 3894-16Jy ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem phone 327-8049 or after 7 30 p m FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS DEEDING UNDERSTANDING ANE CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP WRITE OF P O BOX 861 ALBERTA 327-6292. JEAN 327-8340 1686-tfh MASSAGE VELVET TOUCH REAR ENTRANCE 1285 3rd AVE S 327-3001 Open for massage Also out cells Ladies by appointment only Help wanted will train Open 11am to 1am Mon -Sat Come to where the action Is 4796-16 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS IDRYWALLING TAPING SPRAYING CEILINGS REPAIR WORK PHONE 328-7362 2943-tf Kirby Vacuum Sales and Service 1283 3rd Ave S Free home demonstration phone 328- 8962 C7944-tf Maytag Sales and Service Services on all makes of washers and automatic or conventional LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES 905 3RD AVE S Phone 327- 4456 C7760-tf 'Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber stamps corporate seals laters etc Same day service 1233 'nd Ave S PHONE 328-5114 C6924-tf 84 GARDENIN6 Lawn aerating and garden rototllling cutting lawns Mike Bobak phone 327-1777 1499-tf WILL PUT IN NEW LAWNS READY FOR WATERING PHONE 328- 3105 09661-t McLean s Tree Surgery Free es-i itimates Pruning trimming and felling Call 328-2094 327- '1323 7030-tf Big yellow and gardens Phone week after 5pm all day Saturday and Sunday 328-7028 411-tf TOP SOIL Any quantity Also fill dirt Phone 328- 7692 1402-tf Ro-Ko Landscaping and Tree Services New lawns seeded Dead ot unwanted trees removed Phone 328- 7672 or 328-4593 4364-7A AND MOVING OF MATURE1 ITREES SPRUCE TREE FARMS LTD PHONE 328 5806 C7914-tf spring cleanup and also landscaping and rock .gardens Reasonable rates Phone '327-3606 712-tf COME AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF NURSERY STOCK Shade trees Ornamentals Fruit trees Perennials LACOMBE NURSERIES 5 Ml EAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON HIGHWAY NO 3 345-4633 C8137-tf LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION SERVICES UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING SYSTEMS Residential Industrial Parks and Golf Courses Anywhere in Southern Alberta PO Box 105. Lethbrloge Phone 328-0924 85 POULTRY AND SUmiES pressed fryers free delivery Also custom processing. H 345-3224 C199-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Labrador puppies Yellow Good show and field stock Phone collect Calgary 5171-15 OKOONAWA KENNELS end Boarding Training Puppies Individual Indoor outdoor runs 327-9330 5120-tf Black and white short heir kittens 'o be given away to good homes Lethbridge and District Humane phone 327-7528 or 328- 1544 C184-15 Pups for sale Mother purebred Lassie Collie Phone 223- Taber 5246-10 Wanted Shepherd male for stud Alsatlon preferred Phone Vauxhall 5248-15 Registered Shetland sheep dogs Contact Bryan 716 Tupper St N Portage La Manitoba or phone 1-204-857-7393. 5249-15 Seven month old Peek-a-Poo pup to away after 5 m 5213-12 To give away Pour pups Good 'arm dogs Lomond 7349-13h pups to give away six weeksj wo two females Phone 329- 3047 7351-13 Boarding for all pets Individual sulated dog houses with 100 sq ttJ runs In Wost Lethbridge. Kalnal 327-9649 7550-16 88 PETS ADI SINTUES For sale German Shepherd six weeks old 1157thAveS5119-1S Two small pups Phone 327. 9310 5285-11 give away Young Qermar 'Shepherd Cross. 7322-12 Registered Toy Poodle pups eight weeks old. Phone 329-3400 7321-12 Alaskan Mnlamute husky pups for sale Two months old Tan with 'black and white. Had shots and Blalrmore. Boarding Southalta Kennels offers Individual care In modern Barnwell 223-4130. CS045-tf St Bernard puppies Four females 824-3451. Noblelord. 5122-11 Lab registered Show and hunting stock. Phone collect 272-6829. Calgary. 4894-11 Adorable puppy Phone 328- t3477 5250-10 '88 Dog business. Easy money to 'right person Write Box Fort Macleod Phone 234-4161 7319-12 sq ft downtown commercial ispace Phone 328-1520 or 328- 5309 3158-tti Established day care centre good location Has a beautiful suite for the owners Phone Stnngam Property Sales 328-6161 C9745-H Service Station on located at corner of 9th St and 2nd Ave S Lethbridge Phone 327-5716 8 a m -3 p m Full price cash to balance at C9518-H 1 LARGE THRIVING DAIRY BAR AND TRAILER COURT Located on mam with good tourist traffic Showing returns down with over 15 with low interest rate Immediate possession Now is the lime to buy Age and poor reasons for selling Exclusive LARGE WELDING AND MANUFACTURING SHOP In thriving farming and Industrial southern Alberta town Working of 60 mile radius Good line of equipment MLS Contact Oliver Handley Real Estate Box Coaldale Phone 345-3534 L S Handley 345-4587 Roger Handley 345-3039 Fred Burton 328-8618 C8286-t1h 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S C5216-H SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD College phone Commercial properties Farms and city or town Lowest interest rates available First and second mortgages C147-13 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave' South 328-3251 C7769-tf 90 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING 328-5745 C1936-tt Fred Sterner cement work old basements water proofing In sured Phone 327-8286 462-tf R AND K CONSTRUCTION 'Cement contractors patios floors Estimates Days evenings 327-2627 or '327-2983 4304-tf FRONT-END LOADER AND TRUCK DIG DRIVEWAYS TOP SOIL AND FILL DIRT 328-7692 4973-tl BRAMARK CONTRACTORS Bobcat work drilling backhoe work sacrificing loading 327-5817 or 329-0325 4536-11 Garage building cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-P Comolete Basement and Framing Estimates Phone Harold 4762-15 etc Jorgen- Construction Ltd 329- 3333 Cl64-6Au Contractor all renovations. lay blocks fireplaces stone laying sidewalks cement finishing stuccoing. In house small jobs accepted 329- 4678 4099-tf J L ROOFING Built up cedar shakes re-roofing asphalt shingles roof maintenance Phone 328-0831 _________2898-tf Fences built. Miscellaneous building Concrete patlosj all repairs Jim 328J 3963 Fences painting and all repairs Phone 327-3606 Do you need your cement work slabs Call 327-0736 5214-13 Qualified CusTom Painters concrete houses etc Phone Raymond 9507-tf Quality concrete driveways and paper and wiring Phone 327-3432 evenings 4719-tf Fifteen ft backhoe and loader hourly rates of by contract Phone 328-5606 C9654-H HOLMURS BOBCAT SERVICE AND RENTALS Back post hoe land- back corral cleaning No lob too small or too arge 327-5817 7352-8Au TRENCHING Installations FOR MOST EVERYTHING WE QO ANYWHERE PRAIRIE DITCHING COMPANY PHONE 327-8280 C9931-29Jy In Mernoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS SKRETTING Passed away at July Erik of at the age of 82 years. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Vauxhall on July at with Rev. Linden Tressler officiating. Interment will follow in the Vauxhall Cemetery. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements. C209 WILLIE John H formerly of passed away in Edmonton on July 1974 He is survived by one Mrs. D. G Morgan and two four and six sisters Funeral services will be held at St Peter's Lutheran on Thurs- day July 11 at 1 p m In lieu of please make donations to the Alberta Heart Foundation 7381 BJORNSON Passed away in Carmangay on July following a lengthy Mr Henry Arthur Bjornson at the age of 88 years of beloved husband of the late Mrs. Amelia Marie Bjornson Born and raised in Minnesota the late Mr. Bjornson came to Canada in 1909 and homesteaded south of Manybernes He moved to Coaldale in 1924 and to Cham- pion in 1937 where he has resided until his passing He is survived by two Mr. Alvie D Bjornson and Mr Kenneth R Bjornson both of three Mrs P. Binning of Mrs V White of Mrs J. Hopkins of twenty- three twenty one brother Mr Martin Bjornson of New B.C He was predeceased by his wife in 1960 The Funeral Service will be held at 2 00 p m on July in Cham- pion United with Rev Jack T Wood officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Archmount Memorial Lethbridge Friends may pay their respects at the church from 1 00 p m until prior to the time of service MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service Phone 328- 2361 C208 IN MEMORIAM PETRIE In loving memory of our son and brother who passed away July 1965. Our hearts still ache with sadness And secret tears still flow For what it meant to lose you No one will know When we see your photo You seem to smile and say Don't I'm only sleeping We'll meet again some day. remembered and sadly missed by Mother and Gail and families 7325 CARDS OF THANKS JOHNSON Thank you very much to everyone who contributed to the pools for my shower on July 26 The gifts are all very nice Johnson 7379 BIRTHS TSCHETTER Maribeth and Hank are pleased to an- nounce the birth of a Travis 8 Ibs. 5 born July 1974. Proud grandparents are Mrs. Elizabeth Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. H. Tschetter of Fort Macleod. Insured. 7353 CHRONK Debbie and George are happy to announce the arrival of their Aaron on July weighing 8 Ibs. 14 oz. brother for Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilf Stauth of and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Chromk of Picture Butte Great-grand- parents are Mrs. S. Lebipda and Mr. and Mrs. George Chronik Sr. all of Picture Butte 7324-11 DEATHS SCHULTZ Passed away July 1974 at Cecelia Kathleen beloved wife of William Schultz of Pmcher at the age of 70 years. She was predeceased by a granddaughter Sandra Bonertz and is survived by husband a Leroy of and a daughter Mrs. D. of Pmcher Creek The funeral service will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church in Pincher on July at Rev Father M. Hagel officiating Interment in Fairview Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers at Eden's Funeral Home this evening at 7 30 p m Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME Pincher Creek. C207 PILLING July at Texas Matthew aged six beloved son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Pilling of 1415 Campell Texas He is also survived by two Jack and a all at his maternal Mr and Mrs. M. L Randall of and his pater- nal Mr. and Mrs W Ray Alberta. Services at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Texas on Thursday at 9 00 Bishop Buddy Gregory officiating. Graveside ser- vices at Alberta on Friday at 1-00 pm Bishop Chester Walburger of- ficiating SALMON FUNERAL Directors of Funeral Service C206 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF FRANK late of the Town of In the Province of who died on the 22nd day of A D 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 7th day of A D 1974. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 310 Canada Trust Bldg Lethbridge. Alberta Solicitors for the et B33 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT CHAPTER 246 REVISED STATUTES OF 1970 IN THE MATTER OF THE SAND AND GRAVEL CHAPTER 328. REVISED STATUTES OF 1970 IN THE MATTER OF THE COUNTY OF WARNER NO 5 AND MARVIN M DAHL NOTICE TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE COUNTRY OF WARNER NO 5 TAKE NOTICE an application will be made on behalf of the County of Werner No 5 to the presiding Judge In Chambers at the Court House Alberta on July 1974 at 1 30 p m for a cer- tification by the Court that compensa- tion for gravel located upon the SVi ol 36-4-20-W4 Is owned by Marvin M Dahl of Raymond. Alberta a duly elected council member of the County of Warner No at the rate of 25 cents per ton which the said Coun- ty to pay to the said Marvin M. Oahl is fair and reasonable AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that you are entitled to attend or be represented at the above time and place and make such representations you are Advised. Material In sup- port of the application Is on file with Clerk of the Court 1 DATED at July 1B74 VIRTUE COMPANY Barristers 4 106 McFariand Solicitors for the County of Warner No 5 B34 GILLESPIE Mr. Gillespie and family wish to thank their many friends who sent cards and best wishes or helped in any way to make the 100th birthday of Mr Gillespie such a remarkable day. A special thank you to Mrs Niven and her staff of the Devon Nursing Home and the Happy Wanderer Singers from Milk River. 7378 NIVEN We wish to ex- press sincere thanks to the doctors and nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the care given to our mother dur- ing her stay in hospital. Also to all our friends and neighbors for the sympathy cards and kind assistance shown us during our recent bereavement. and Liz Duda and Family and Bea Gillrie and Family 7323 SEE ONE CHIMP AND YOU'VE SEEN 'EM ALL may be some people's but not Dottie Salter's. Head of the nursery at the Delta-Regional Pri- mate Research Center at a National Institutes of Health she sees each of her charges as a rugged individualist. Chimps and monkeys pur- chased as infants or rejected by their mothers spend a year under her care before going into medical research programs. Care includes clean play and lots of love she no by T.F.N. Prospects are grim Argentina in bad shape EDITOR'S Juan Peron is dead. His magnetism kept Argentina together despite many forces tearing it apart. Now his 43-year-old widow heads the inexperienced in politics and without a personal following. Here is what might be in store. An AP News Analysis By MORT ROSENBLUM Associated Press Writer BUENOS AIRES The people of after saying farewell to the man who shaped their lives for three now look toward the future The prospects are grim The most optimistic view is that Juan D Peron's widow and may be able to keep order and con- tinue Peron's economic programs The more pessimistic pre- dictions are for crisis or chaos despite Peromst gains during the last is in bad shape Meat sales are way off The foreign debt is and the internal debt mounts weekly Steaks are hard to find in a country with twice as many cows as people. Eggs are often gone from the and factories stall for lack of rubber and steel The political situation in Argentine bag of who died Monday at often said he could not be expected to perform miracles Almost no one here thinks Isa- bel can do better or even as well INFLUENCE FADES There may be no even if minor wars continue But the status quo alone is a blow to the country that in the early 1900s was rivalling the United States for hemisphere leadership Under the U S -style con- Isabel has three years to go The 43-year-old former with little for- mal was elected vice-president on Peron's ticket last September when he returned to resume the presidency he was forced to leave 18 years earlier. All political parties and the armed forces have promised to respect the legal succession But the movement Mrs. Peron heads is splintered into extremes that hate one another bitterly. Scores have murdered within Peronism during the not counting more than 100 killed on the day Peron returned from June 1973. Peron tried to expel the radical left from his but they would not go. Now leftist leaders main- tain they are the heirs to the whole movement. Right-wing Peromsts have applied violence to weed out a loose phrase to cover a wide range of enemies The federal police lean far more toward the right than the left generally covers the Peromst with its urban guerrilla wings and liberal students They want of some form or and a change in social structures. The 'right' takes in the huge labor with shiftworkers who want a fatter pay envelope and bureaucrats after more power It includes many businessmen and politicians who oppose radical cnange If leaders of the left feel their power they may go back on the streets with the same terrorist tac- tics that helped force the military regime to allow the Peromsts back in power The day after Peron was elected last they machine-gunned labor leader Jose one of the most heavily guarded men in the country FIGHT EXPLOITERS On top of the Peronism vio- a hard-core band of pro- fessional the People's Revolutionary Army is pressing a guerrilla war on those they consider ex- Argentine and foreign They extracted a 2- milhon ransom from the U S oil firm Exxon and then kidnapped a German auto executive They still hold an Argentine colonel The ERP did not like and there is no reason to think they will like Mrs Peron any better If the ERP cannot overthrow the it can certainly frighten away foreign investment Argentina is desperately in need of political economists say Political scientists maintain that it needs economic growth Many feel that only a man like Peron could bring about and there is no one around like Peron Old planes rest in Penticton B.C Thirty five of 37 teams flying vintage aircraft in the Great Belvedere Air Dash from Montreal to Vancouver touch- ed down in Penticton Tuesday night for some relaxation and rest Two aircraft bringing up the rear were spending the night in B C and were to join the others here today before moving on to Kamloops and Hope The hope stop will be an oovemight stop with the dash moving on to Chilliwack for a timing stop Thursday. The planes were to arrive in Van- couver sometime Thursday First to land in this Okanagan Valley city was Richard Hawker of Chicago The two tail-enders in Cranbrook were the only all- woman Ruthanne Koyich and her co-pilot Eileen Haffeey of Grande who flew their 1940 Tiger Moth biplane to Montreal to start the cross- Canada race Cattlemen request aid for big predator losses B.C. Cattle ranchers in the British Columbia interior say they're being hard hit by predators killing their cattle snd they want the provincial govern- ment to pass legislation en- suring compensation for losses. The B.C. Cattlemen's Association said here a survey indicated that almost 600 cat- tle were killed by mainly bob- cats and in a 400-per-cent increase from 1972 estimates. Henry secretary-manager of the said ranchers in the Peace Chilcotin and Bulkley valley areas have been especially with one Chilcotin rancher es- timating than 85-per-cent of his calves were killed by predators last year He blamed cutbacks in con- trol of predators by the provincial Fish and Wildlife which he said has been trying to conserve predator species ;