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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, July 12, 1971 42 TRUCKS FORALE 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED om ob. l.w.b., wide Phono S2B-M" FEMALE STUDENTS, 51.75, PLUS bonus, direct sales wllh Fuller Brush. Minimum age 19. Phons ___ LWD V-8, FOUR SPEED. Phone. 738-4553, Iron Spnncis able price. 1718 ___ HALF TON WIDU BOX, big motor. 195? >j ton 7- trick. Bargain prices. Ph 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS. FOR SALE OR RENT 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL juhhpr slaiTips, corporate s e a i s, later! etc Same-day Service. 1233 ni Ave. S Phone 3265114. C6924-II I'M EARNING MONEY FOR MY children's college education and I must say I love getting out and meet- ing people Tiiose are the words of many Avon Representatives. It's an ideal opportunity to turn extra hours into extra cash. You'll also win prizes, people, have fun. No experience needed CALL: 328-7424 OR WRITE SCOTT. 2514 23RD MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER. vices on all makes ol washers and drvers automatic or conventional. Also small appliances, lawn mowers, rons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob no large or top small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Phone 327-1456. C7353-1I "HITCH, CUSTOM. made tor 1965 Valiant. Phone 327-MSK MUST LEAVING TOWN 30 passenger Make offer. used very little. Phone 653-3361, Card- ston days.________'__ 8i', FOOT SUPElTBELLE CAMPER. Queen sise overhead. Will take v-'to 223-81.12. 1J _ CONSUMER RESEARCH One of Canada's foremost Market Re earch companies has openings lor omen to conduct interviews (per sonal and telephone) and gathei opinions in connection wllh consume, surveys and public opinion polls. Posi lively no selling involved. Both day time and evening work. Use of cai desirable but not essential. AppM Canadian Fact Co. Limited, 160 BIOOI St. E., Toronto 5, Ontario. 2860-1 COALHURST MOBILE FcolTS NO MORTToTwTTHE 70 GARDENING LAWNS PUT IN. ODD JOBS. PHONE 3I7-41J1____________________im-n FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING ETC PHONE FOR YOUR LAWN OR GARDEN RENTALS CALL WARDS AT 58 MALE HELP WANTED FOR RENT ONE HARDTOP, ONE softtop trailer, by day or week. Apply 1104 BIh St. S. WELDERS REQUIRED. APPLY KIR- chner Machine Ltd., 2419 2nd Ave. N. C6173-13 JOHNNY'S TENT TRAILER RENTALS. PHONE 328-5207, AFTER 4 MAN WANTED FOR SUNDAY work. S4 per hour. Reply including all particulars to personnel Office, 14 3 Child Ave., Calgary.___________2731-14 REQUIRE TRUST UNDERSTUDY, between ages 20 and 30. hcur week Salary commensurate with ability. Write Box 53, Herald- SIXTEEN FT TRAILER. PROPANE f me and refrigerator. Ezy-Llft hitch. Excellent condition. 430 SIXTEEN THREE burner propane stove wilh ire box. Sleeps live. Hydrjulic braKes. HIGHWAY DRIVER REQUIRED FOR Canadian Freightways. Requirements applicant must pass com- nany physical and must have dicse] driv ng experience. Minimum age 30, laximum 45. Apply 520 3rd SPORTSCRAFT TRAILER WITH wneel. Used two weeks lasi v'ear In excellent condition. J I m Hadl'ey, Cl.resholm. 235-3011 9 am o i p.m! or 235-2771 alter 5 p.rn. 2911-K BEDROOM, furnished with rugs tiros'--' and porch. Close to nev. Phone 327-6719 or number one, West, side Trailer Court FOR SALE liVr. ROAD KING Three burner, oven, ice box, ano 15 gallon water tank. Good clear unit Must see to appreciate Hrs S950 takes it. Phone 758-3105, Magratn PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts: trallei servicing, storage and repair Phon! 328-4421. CM5'' CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD. HIGHWAY 25 SOUTH PHONE 327-1225 OR 327-8458 PARTS. REPAIRS AND SERVICED CAREER OPPORTUNITY Large financial organization has an oneninq for a sales representative. The jositioS provides an assured basir income Incentive, bonuses, Irmgi benefits and professions! training. Age 21 to Replies strictly confidential Write Box J5, Herald. tacombe Nurseries Ltd. STIU AVAILABLE AT OUR SUBSTATION Open evenings recs, shrubs, perennials, and fruit rees. One mile west of Coaldale. Phone 45-4i33 Closed Sundays. FREE DE- IVERY AND ADVICE. ALL PLANTS iUARANTEED. SS (jf Jhcuwh? Jrn 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 600 PULLETS FOR SALE START- inr, lo lay. 21 weeKs old. Phone 738- 4396, Iron springs. 2J36-13 FRIERS AND ROASTERS PAN ready, 3B cents per en dozen lols. custom killing. H. DycR, 34S- 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES "Don't panic, Ted, but the drapes are open." DEATHS away in the city on Sunday, July 11, 1971, Mrs. Ruse E. McAndrews, at the age of 70 years, of 230 14th Street N. Funeral arrange- ments wiH be announced when completed. Martin Brss. Ltd., Dircc'icrs of Funeral Service. C61S4 away in Milk River, on Sunday, July 11, 1971, Mrs. Bertha Helen Vornbrock, at the age of 72 years, of Milk River. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C6195 75 CONTRACTS GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT] work and stuccoing. Anderson sno Sorenson Construction, 7th Ave 5. Phone 327-66B2. C7377-1I TWO KITTENS TO BE GIVEN AWAY. Phone 317-0367. DOGGIE WANTED (MALE Beagle or Springer Spaniel. Phone 327-0277.____________________29'3'" fMLlfpUPPY TO BE "GIVEN AWAY. Two montns old. Phone 234-2HJ, Fort ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328- 5745. C1S36-M FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing, in- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. PUREBRED REGISTERED DACHS- hund four years old. Phone 315-4588. WANTED Intermediate A hockey players to play for senior team of a Peace Country Centre. Season October to May. Good job op- portunities. Mail resume to Roy Borstad, 10278 111 Ave., Grande Prairie, Alberta. S S TROPICALS TROPICAL FISH and supplies Summer sale of fish. 2121 191h Ave. S., 328-8273. 2668-13 TRAILERS FOR SALE (t. homemade trailer with slovo, refrigeraior, heater and new lires, Very good unit ft. Scamper with shower stove, refrigerator, etc. Used very little one year 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED SALES Permanent position, calling on estab- lished beauty salon accounts in south- ern part of province. Live in Lem- bridge. Must have good running car. This position requires a self starter to work with minimum of supervision. Good commission with car allowance. No inveslment required. Send full resume to House of Hanson, 333 17th Ave S. w., Calgary. 2790-12 ALL REPAIRS CHIMNEYS, FIRE- place, cement, brick, painting. Reno- vations and house raising. Phone 328- 1055. BOX NUMBERS 5, 7, 10, '9, 27, 28, 35, 36, 39, 50, 51, 128, 140. BATHING AND CLIPPING OF ALL breeds ol dogs, specialize in Poodles one year or older. Phone TRI COLOR COLLIE five years old, also part Border Collie two years old. Partially train- ed as cattle dogs. Phone Adorable part Persian kittens to be given away. Trained. Phone 328-5864. X194J-17 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS MUST SELL CHINCHILLAS AND quipment. Interested persons please hone 32B-7692. '87M3 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Madge Equipment Ltd. 647-3838 in Milk River 61 TEACHERS WANTED WITH STEADY RUN TO Calgary. Will take half ton as partial ayment. Write Box 56, Herald, 45 AUTOS WANTED CHEMISTRY TEACHER FOR WAR- C6009-1I I High School and ELEMENTARY I TEACHER for Masinasin School. _____ j Apply 'EN DAN HOT DRINK AND NUT enders Offers. Good part-time in- ome Write Vending, 7504 Fountain Rd Calgary 27, Alberta. 2863-16 CASH PAID For used cars and trucks or will ac- cept consignment. TOWN i COUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 3283654 46 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES WANTED 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Retreodoble tire casings for cash. Delivered to North Leth- bridge Mo-Tires Ltd., 305 13th St. N. C4419.il 1961 OLDSMOBILE 397 MOTOR, COM- plete. Must be in good condition. Phone 234-4141 or 234-3483, Fort Mac- _ 47 LtvisTOCK WANTED DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FP E OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phone 3280336, Lethbridge. 22KI567. Taber. GARFIELD POTVIN Superintendent of Schools COUNTY OF WARNER Warner, Alberta WE HAVE SPACE FOR THE FOL- ov.'ing businesses in Mall next to Holi- day Inn opening next sprina, Flower Shop, Ladies Wear, Barber shop and a pace 9 x 40 ft. next to Seven-Eleven Stores Contact -U9 Holiday Village, lerly Shoppers' World. C6082-tf BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells you how Phone 328-3636, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-tl DENTAL ASSISTANTS APPLICA tions now being accepted for Home Study career training in this excitinc growing field. High school diploma nol necessary to quality. Phone- or write immediately 424.7946, Career Institute, 303, 10203 119 Ave., Edmonton. Re- quest free Information. 2765-19 HORSES WANTED ALL and sizes ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Orewry Phono MR FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 317-3048, Lethbridge. 49 MACHINERY WANTED SUMMER OPPORTUNITY FREE BOOK "Career Opportunity' tells you how to train at home to top paying lobs. Check career: S Bookkeeping Cost Accounting Computer programming Art Writing Journalism Business Management Forestry Surveying Supervise Architect Drafting TV Auto Z Engineering, basic, mechanical, electrical, electronics, municipal Professional exams High School Diploma Write today to: Canadian Institute of Science and Technology, Room 30 Adelaide St. West, Toronto 129. Name.............................. PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read their adver- tisements the FIRST DAY IT AP- PEARS and REPORT ERRORS in time for the next insertion. The Lethbridge Herald is responsible foi only the first incorrect insertion. PUBLIC NOTICES Earn up to annually 'ith as little as a cash outlay. Not a sales or fran- chise programme. Write Box 140, Herald. 1507-1 f THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned Intends to apply to The Altcrta Liquor Control Board for licence to sell beer, wine and liquor y the glass for consumption only on e licensed portion of the premises accordance with ihe provisions of he Liquor Licensing Ac! and ine Reg- atlcns made thereunder with re- pect to the following described prem- es: Name of Applicant: ORTLIEB RIEWE HOTELS LTD. Lefhbridge Hotel Address: 5th Street and 2nd Avenue outh, Lethbridge, Alberta. Lot IS to 22. Block IS. Plan No. 353 S Objections )o this application sTiall e made forthwith to The Alberta Li- iijor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this Oth day of July, 1971. ORTLIEB RIEWE HOTELS LTD. WALDEAAAR ORTLIEB PRESIDENT. GROCERY STORE, SITUATED heart of grain or cattle country. Would consider equity in a duplex or resi- dence as part payment. Will lease with option to purchase. Terms available to reputable parly. Yearly Increase ir volume. Health reasons for selling. Ex- cellent opportunity for a family bus! ness. Write Box 43, Lethbridge Herald 2619-t RARE OPPORTUNITY YOU CAf- have a steady income of over per month. You musf invest a min. mum of S3000 (fully protected) and have good references. National com pany requires one only, regional dis tributor Absolutely no selling. Som travelling in Southern Alberla. Mr. Ha Harris will interview interested pa- ties at the Park Plaza Hotel, Jul 13 and 14 Please call the hotel an, time and leave your message. 2897-1 WANTED SMALL FORD TRACTOR with implements. Reply to M D. MacKinnon, Box 5, Site 11. R R. 2, Calgary. WiQ-U 50 MISC. ARTICLES WTD. SCRAP STEEL CAST IRON COPPER Brass Radiators Batteries VARZARI IRON LTD, SCRAP YARD, 3303 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-9342. C5568-tf 64 SEWING SERVICES DRESSMAKING, ALTERATIONS AND ironing done. In my home. Reason- able. Phone 328-6911. 2179-2fiJy 65 IOST AND FOUND HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6141 C9935-tf SCRAP IRON Coppers Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 23rd St. North CMfrtf LOST BOY'S ORANGE MUSTANG bicycle, near Lions Pool. Phone 327- 7243. 2873-13 LOST 26th ST. SCENIC DRIVE, Tiger-striped cat Brown nose, blacK stripes and tail tip, with green collar. Phone 32B-9531. 3861-10 53 FEMAIE EMPLOYMENT WANTED DAY WORK, PREFERABLY BABY- Sitting. Phone 327-9768 or 377-9679. LOST HUB CAP, 19fi9 DODGE division, three to six miles east of Turin. Please phone 654-2762. Reward. MISSING SINCE JUNE WTH Large tabby cat with matted fur on back. Answers lo Silky. Reward. Phone 328-9549. 2616-12 For Sale Independent Service Station Business Stock Equipment and Handtools. Gal. up. Reason Retirement. Write Box 50, Herald. C6143-15 KUBOTA Ronald Ross, be- loved son of Mr. and Mrs Takayuki Kubota, 1304 13 Ave N., passed away suddenly on Saturday, July 10, 1971, at the age of 26 years. Funeral ar rangements will be announcec when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di rectors of Funeral Service. CG19: PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Add charm, gayety, color to a bed with this quilt. Create a flight-of-color effect with brilliant print and solid scraps. Piece together, then ap- plique on background. Pat. 7378: pattern pieces, chart, di- rections. FIFTY CENTS (coins) tor each pattern (no stamps, 15 cents lor each pattern for first-class mailing and special THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited Toronto 1, Otnario 60 Front Street West UNGLAUB Passed away it Raymond, on Saturday, July 10 1971, following a brief illness Mr. John Unglaub, at the ag of 81 years, of Raymond. Bor in Czechoslovakia in 1889, th late Mr. Unglaub came to Can ada in 1950 and has resided i Raymond until his passing. H is survived by one brother ii Austria and was predeceased b his loving wife, Mary in Df cember 1968 and six brother He was a number of the Sscre Heart Catholic Church and th Holy Name Society. Prayer will be said in the Sacred Hea Church, Raymond, on Tuesda at p.m. Requiem mass wi be celebrated at 9 a.m. in tl Sacred Heart Church, with Re Father L. Cassidy celebrant. I terment will follow in the family plot, ML. Calvary section. Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3 Ave. South (courtesy parking at rear) Martin Bros. Lid., Di- rectors of Funeral Sen-ice. C6196 DEATHS j SPRINGLE Passed away algary, on Sunday, July 11, a, Mr. Victor Springle, at the ;e of 77 years, beloved hus- and of Mrs. Mary Springle of onarch. The funeral arrange- lents will be announced when ompleted. Martin Bros. Ltd., irectors of Funeral Service. CC192 SALI3R Nickolaus, aged 6 of Coaldale, passed away sud- enly in Gnunden, Austria, on uly 6, 1971, beloved husband f Katherina Saler, and father f Kathy Kuanzi, of Cranford, lary Resch of Don Mills, On- ario, Tony of Don Mills, John f Coaldale, Steve and Nick of Lethbridge. 2923 SEMAK Anna, of Calgary ormerly of Lethbridge, passec away in a Calgary Hospital on Thursday, July 8, 1971, at the age of 76 years. Mrs. Seniat vas bcrn in the Ukraine, Julj 8, 1895, and came to Canada making her home in Lethbridge n 1950, where she continued to reside 'until a few ag( when she moved to Calgary She leaves to mourn her pass ng two sons, William of Leth Dridge and Steve of Calgary two daughters, Mrs. Ton (Mary) Wiktorski of Lethbridg and Paraska, in the Ukrain and 11 grandchildren. Requiem Mass will be held in the Vald mirs Ukrainian Catholic Churc (715 13 St. N.) on Tuesday, Jul 13 at 10 a.m.. with Rev. Fathc L. R. Syvenkey as celebran assisted by Rev. Father 1> Diadio. Interment will follow L the Mt. Calvary Section of th Mountain View Cemetery. Pra er's will be said in the Christe sen Chapel (327 10 St. S.) o Monday, July 12th at 7 p.m Christensen Salmon Fnner Home Ltd., Directors of Func al Service. CGI CARDS OF 1HANKS NELSON We would like press our deepest apprecia- jn to friends, neighbors and latives who sent cards, owers, contributed food and ade donations, and to all those ho helped us in any way after e passing of our dear mother, special thanks to the doctors nd the staff of the Taber eneral Hospital, the First Ward ishopric, the Relief Society and hoir of the LD3 Church, Mrs. Irytle Nordquist, Mrs. Clara hillips and the pallbearers, our kindness and consideration ill not be forgotten. -From Ward, Arlene, Lois, Marie, Mona, Grant, Melvin, Duane, Luslla and Glen. 2920 FUNERALS BERGLUND We wish to xpress our sincere thanks to le many friends and relatives vho sent cards and flowers and ffered kind words of sympathy luring our recent bereavement. A special Lhanks to Rev. Cris- ield for his kind words and to Mr. C. Campbell of the Royal Canadian Legion for his assist- ance. Also to the ladies auxili- ary of the Fraternal Ord_er of Eagles who most graciously supplied and served the lunch and donated the facilities of their hall for the luncheon after ;he funeral. This was all ap- preciated by Mrs. F. Berglund and family. 2865-12 IN MEMORIAMS MOSS In loving memory of William L., who passed away July 12, 1964. Your name is often mentioned, Our thoughts in silence fly. To the days when you were with us, Those memories, never die. remembered by the Moss family. 5917 SEALED TENDERS be received Well established dry cleaning business n southern Alberta town of luilding 25 x 125. All modern equip- nent, "two panel trucks. No opposi- .ion, showing excellent returns of ap- proximately Well established rouie in city of a> well as sur- rounding area. Records available to sincere buyers. HAY REALTY LTD. Phone 327-7077 or 327-7975 Evenings Phone Bill Joblonkay 327-7159 C6177-II LOST-ONE RICKENBACHER BASa guitar from Park Plaza, July 7, be- tween 4-8 p.m. reward. Contact Wes Kuchcran, at 3J7.35B5. 2607-17 WILL DO IRONING IN MY HOME. Honest and reliable. Phone NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 318.2615. C69J7.lt 66 PERSONAL BAHA'IS OF LETHBRIDGE I-OR information regarding discussion groups, Inquiries, literature, phone 3j7- 7541. 1739-I8A MAN OF 50 WOULD LIKE TO MEET Udy between 45 and 50. Write Box Herald. 2617-12 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anvone wilh a drinking problem. Phono 337-80J9 or dflcr p.m. SPARE TIME INCOME EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY to turn our spare hours into extra dollars nth a growing potential. Simply re- teck and collect money from your route of snack and cigarette vend- nq machines that w will locate in area INVESTMENT not essen- ial hut must havn qood credit refer- ences to qualify- For further informfi- icn write, including your phone num- ber to: VENDA DISTRIBUTORS Box 48, Herald COSTANZO'S DAY CARE Children one to six. Planned prcqrnm. Phone 328-5057. cnoi-tt HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED MARRIED MAN FOR Inrrn Mull have knowledge of (arm mnchlnnry, feeding calilo nml snmo sprinkler Irrigation. Yoar-rouncl em- ployment. Modern antl utilities supplied School lius lo door. AbGMInprs on'iy need apply. U. T. Wesley, Box Grnnum. Phono 53fi-3947. C593M2 HELP WANTED .STENOGRAPHER RPOU1RCD Shorthand, typing, Hfti. EKperienco preferred. Wrlio Box 57, Herflld. C41S2-13 ADDRESS LABELS Deluxe Gold Trimmed Gummed LJI- hels printed with your name and ad- dress, Only SI. Allow 30 days for De- livery Box 7375, Poslal Slalion E Calgary. 3791-7S FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANOI; FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 661, LETH BRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE CAROL 3JB-7B71, SHIRLEY, 327-6292. 5471-tfh 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SINGHR eommilfmt ndluMmrnti 1 All other Frre hnmfl estimate Phono Singer Co. of Cnnndn CollCflt Mall. C3597-tf SEALbU ItNLJena win uc r by the undersigned up to 11 o clocK AM. Standard Time on Monday, July 26 1971 for the construction of the Jet. Hwy. Z .0 Mile 15.00 to Mile 19." Highway Intersectional Treat- TcT Hwy. 2 and S.R. 681 nl Grading, Gravel Surfacing, and Oilier Work. Approximate Quaniitles 4S9.000 Cubic Yards of Excavation Cubic Yards of Gravel (2) Prolect S.R. 922, 5. of Jet. S.R. 574 to N. of Cremona Crushing and Stockpiling Gravel Approximata Quantity Cubic Contracts5 and Specifications may be obtained at the office of Ihe Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Build- ng, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of ths District Engineer. 1707 6th St. N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the of ice of the District Engineer, Admimstra. ion Building, Lelhbridge, Alberta, and will be available only to individuals registered and operating in the Prov- ince of Alberta or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place ol business in the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Prov- incial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and cations taken, and for grading iects, profiles will be supplied a further deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% ol Tender Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily ac- cepted. L H. McManus Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phono 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms flnd ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest rales available. First and second mortfiaoes. 75 CONTRACTS WILl 00 PMHT1NG PRIVATE OR commercial. Phono 378-BS43. BOBCAT SAND AND GRAVKL Oonernl trucking, front-end an, topsoll. Phono 327-W7. laycccs elect icw officers ST. CATHARINES, Ont. (CP) DOUR Lewis ot Orillia, Ont., was elected national president it the Jaycco national conven- tion. George Gowling of Ottawa is honorary president. Executive vice-president cho- sen was Stan Crnmton of Cal- gary and treasurer, Jean Luc- Ponlin of Hawkesbury, Onl. The Jayccttc national repre- sentative elected was Betty Sewcll of Transcona, Man. It was decided n year ago that the 1972 convention will he held in Calgary. However, Ihe convention decided it will meet in 197.1 in Kingslon, Out., in con- junction wilh the 300th anniver- sary of the landing of Fronlcnac at the sito of the city. Alberta weekend toll 12 By THE CANADIAN PRESS At least 12 persons died ac- cidentaly in Alberla during the weekend, 11 in traffic acci- dents. Three persons were killed in a two-car collision near Cam- rose, 50 miles southwest of Ed- monton: Glen Seeland, 22. cf Wetaskiwin, Brenda Lee Kalh- an 18, of Camrose and Mar- garet Alice Fcddis. 20, of Rocky Mountain House. A car-truck collision on High- way 16 near Edmonton took the lives of Ronald William McCar- roll, 22, of Edmonton, Joyce Ann Briggs, 19, of Vegrevillc, and Diane Laboucane, 17, of Edmonton. HIT EMBANKMENT Lciloni Angela Paetz, 13, Ra- inona Lee Paelz, 1C, and Dwayne Milton Brost, 16, all of Bigstone were killed when the car in which they were riding hit a dirt embankment 100 miles east of Calgary. Joseph Kenneth Anthony How, of Taber, was killed in a single car accident near Champion, 50 miles north of Lethbridge. Ronald Ross Kubota, 28, of Lethbridge was killed when his motorcycle out of control, 20 miles west of Lethbridge. Jess Harris Sprague of Edmonton drowned when be fell from his boat while fish- ing on Skclton Lake 80 miles northeast of Edmonton. OVERES Passed away in Calgary, on Sunday, uly 11, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Miss Msria Catharina Overes, at the age of 17 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willi- am Overes, of 723 23rd St. N. Born in Calgary, the late Miss Overes came to Lethbridge with her parents hi 1955. She attend- ed Assumption and St. Basil's Schools and had completed her grade nine and had entered Grade 10 at Catholic Central High School, which she attend- ed until she suffered ill health in 1966. Besides her loving par- ents, she is survived by three sisters, Barbara, Cclia, End Patricia, at home; her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Dol, Vancouver Island and Mr. Simon Overes, Forestburg, Al- berta. Prayers will bo said at p.m. on Tuesday, in St. Basil's Catholic Church. Requi- em Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Wednesday, in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father G. Marien, cele- brant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Section, Moun- tain View cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. Memorial Chapel 703 13 Street North, phone 328-2361. Those who wish may donate to the charity of their choice. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fun- eral Service. C6197 HELLAWELL Funeral ser- vice for Stanley Paul Hellawell of Lethbridge who died July 3 at the age of 22, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. C. Hella- well of Lethbridge, was held July 6 in McKillop United Church with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Pallbearers were Kenneth Hellawell, Robert Snowden, Stuart Falconer, George Skinner, Charles Bar- nett and Oscar Odney. Inter- ment was in Archmount Mem- orial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd. Directors of Funeral Ser- vice was in charge. Flooding expected EDMONTON (CP) Week- end rains are expected to cause further flonding in the Freeman River northwest of Edmonton, the Albertn Wnler Resources I Commission said hero. NIEBOER Passed away in the city on Sunday, July 11, 1971, following a brief illness, Mr. William Niehoer, at the age of 90 years, of Green Acres Lodge, Lethbridge. Born in Wil- dervank, Holland in 1880, Mr. Niebocr and family emigrated lo Southern Alberta and set- tled in Pincher Creek in 1926 moving to take up farming in the Iron Springs district in 1927 In 1910 he began to operate a chicken ranch in Picture Butte and moved to Nobleford afte his retirement. In 19G3, he chos Green Acres Ixxlge as his horn, and resided there until his pass ing. He was predeceased by hL wife Elsina in I960 and a son John in 1917. He leaves li mourn his passing, five sons Herman and William A. Jr. hot of Lelhbridge, Gene, of Noble ford, Bernard and Anno, both o Iron Springs; one daughter Mrs. B. (Anna) Vos of Taber a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mari Nicbocr, of Abbolsford, .BC two brothers, both in the Nell erlands; 28 grandchildren an 36 great-grandchildren. The fun eral service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, July 14 the Christian Reformed Churc' HI07 2nd Avenue A. North. I (crment will follow In Ihe fan ily plot, Archmount Mcmori Gardens. No (burrs by renuc of the family. Martin Bros. Ltd Directors of Funeral Service. C81! JOHNSON Funeral ser- vice for Mr. Avie August Jolm' son, who died in the city Thursday, July 1, 1971 follow- ing a lengthy illness at the age of 60 years, was held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 6, in the Barons United Church with Rev Anton Stanislov officiating Pallbearers were Eddie Klonc John Row, Victor Row, Leo and Raich Lehto. Interment as in the Elnora Cemetery artin Bros. Ltd., directors o uneral service, was in charge all arrangements. McLEAN Funeral servic r Kenneth Angus McLean o who died July 7 a e age of 75, beloved husbant Mrs. Florence McLean o was held July liristensen Salmon Funera hapel, Lethbridge. It was rivate service. Interment wa Mountain View Cemeterj Tiristensen Salmon Funera ome Ltd., was in charge o rrangements. ZSOVAN In loving mem- ry of our mother, Vera, who assed away July ,12, 1970. In our hearts your memory lingers, Sweetly tender, fond and true; There is not a day, dear mother That we do rot think of you. remembered and sad- ly missed by loving daughter and son-in-law, Syd and Vera Billings. 2S18 YANKE In loving memory f a dear husband and father, Elmer Yanke, who passed away luly 12, 1969. We do not need a special day To bring you to our minds, The days we do not think of you Are very hard to find. They say that time heals all sorrow And helps us to forget, But time so far has only proven How much we miss you yet. God gave us strength to carry on And courage to face the blow, But what it meant to lose you No one will ever know. To know we never said good- bye Will always bring regret, But the hearts that loved you dearly Are the ones that won't forget. remembered and sadly missed bv wife Kath- erine and family. 2919 NEMEDY Funeral scr- ice for Katie Nemedy, be- oved wife of the late Julius Remedy 01 Raymond, who died uly 4 at Raymond at the age f 90, was held July 8 in the acred Heart Catholic Church Raymond with Father F. McCab'e, celebrant. Pallbear- ers were Michael Boras, Wally )uncombe, Steve Fudra, Bert lall, George Thompson and Vinee Gasz'er. Interment was n Temple Hill Cemelcry, Ray- mond. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., was in charge of arrangements. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS F. Bronf- man, 80, noted leader of the Ca- nadian Jewish community anJ president of Distillers Corp.- Seagrams Ltd of n heart at- tack. Snckvillc, N.B.-Dr. William T. R. Flcmington, 7.1, New Brunswick's first ombudsman, at his Fort Elgin home after a long illness. Niironliorg. Wrsl Pedro 30, Mexican Grand Prix driver who was killed in n crash during a Euro- pean IntCTScrics race. Bronfman dies at 80 MONTREAL (CP) Samuel Sronfraan. Canadian Jewish cader, philanthropist are! mod- erate whisky drinking head of the worlds largest distilling or- "anization died of a heart at- tack Saturday night at his sub- urban Westmount home. He was 80 The president of Distillers Corp.-Seagrams Ltd., began his career at 18 in the hotel busi- ness at Winnipeg and spent the next B2 years building a billion- dollar financial empire while devoting time, money and tenlion to many cultural, social and religious interests. Mr. Bronfman is survived by liis wife, the former Sainye Ros- ner of Winnipeg, two sons, Hclgar of New York and Charles of Montreal, two daughters, Minda, the Baroness