Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
65 HELP WANTED rib kb i Fuller Brush needs lull and part time' dealers Phone 327-5942. C9657-tr Experienced sewer wanted lor canvas shop. Steady work Phone 326-6424 C8298-1I Experienced diesel mechanic Salary negotiable To start June 15th Apply Koch Oil Co Ltd phone or 223-3179. Taber. 2522-11 DRAFTING SUPERVISOR EDMONTON Design and Construction Alberta requires a Supervisor lor one of the Drafting Sections Reviews in detail the work ol performs more difficult drafting selects and trams discusses projects with Departmental staff Requires a Diploma in Drafting or equivalent from a recognized Technical Institute and approximately 10 years related drafting and supervisory experience. Salary Closes July 31. 1974. Competition number 1312-9. APPLY- GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR. CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 103 T5J OH4 OR 3OOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING T5K 2C1 B58 66 OFFICE. CLERICAL Secretary for active ranch Southern good typing and some oil experience helpful permanent good wages and benefits Write Box Herald 7657-20 Must be a good typist Experience with switchboard and electric typewriter prelerred Position is permanent now Apply in person Ellison s Head Ofdce Le'hbndge C9445-1I PERLICHBROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Part time office clerk required No ex- perience necessary For phone 329-3101 C285-20 LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Requires SECRETARIAL PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS Speed and accuracy in typing Shorthand an asset but not essen- tial Ability to meet public Application deadline July 1974 CONTACT DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ALBERTA PHONE 327-2141 EXT 216 C286-16 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL Part time laundry help required App- ly Crest Motel. C171-15 Part time cook for Lodge Motel. Phone 329-0100. lor appointment C204-1' Waitresses and waiters required at Golden Bridge Restaurant Apply ir person to Henry Yee Phone 328- 2525 C2712-1 and dishwasher. Apply in person. Shanghai Chop Suey. after 4.30 p.m C9967-15 Housekeeping help wanted Apply in Park Plaza Motor Hotel C307-20 Person to learn short order cooking No experience necessary. Apply to Mr Hober El Rancho Hotel C9994-16 Full time and part time janitors Night apply to Mr El Rancho Hotel C9995-16 for I and T Coffee 14062nd Ave S Day shift Monday to Friday Apply in person C181-H Part time desk clerk night auditor Sunday and Monday. 11pm 7 a rn Apply to Mr Hober El Rancho Motor Hotel C187-1S 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 lor cash er evening shift S2 40 per hour Apply El Rancho Mr Hober. C9997-16 Wanted cooks and dishwashers. Apply Phil's Pancake House C92-11 Full time short order cooks no experience necessary We will tram you Persons not going back to please Apply to Mr. El Rancho Motor Hotel C306-27 from 6 a.m -2 p.m. Monday-Friday Also experienced cook Apply in person Stockman's Inn C163-H 71 TEACHERS WANTED English teacher required lor the sta1 of Catholic Central High Schoo Please apply to R Hlmsl Superintendent. Alberta School District No 534-18th S Lethbridge. Alberta. C250-1 A teacher lor the Cameron Farms Hutterile Colony Is required lor thi 1974 75 school term must have training and experience In elementary teaching. School has small enrollment in two grades only The Colony is within driving distance Irom Lethbridge. Taber and sur rounding area interested applicant should enquiries to. MR. JACOB BOX ALBERTA. PHONE NO. TABER 7621-1 CALGARY SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 41 Requires a Home Economics teache to teach Junior Senior High Schoo Home Economics program at the Beiseker forty five North East of Calgary Applicants interested in this position should address applications SUPERINTENDENT OF.SCHOOLS CALGARY SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 41 POST BAG SERVICE 3910 POSTAL STATION ALBERTA T2M 4M5 Applications accepted until July 26 1974. 7496-1 68 DOMESTIC TEACHERS REQUIRED Fort Vermilion School Division No. 52 requires teachers for the following areas for the 1974-75 school term 1 La Crete five positions one. three and one positio Jr 2 High Level two positions Jr.-Sr 3 Fort Vermilion Public one posi tion 3-4 4 Rainbow Lake one positio 5 Assumption two position Math Typing 6. North Tallcree one positioi 7. South Tallcree one positioi Interviews will be held in Calgary 01 July 22nd and 23rd at the University Interested applicants should contac the Student Placement Office at thi University regarding interviews. MR F. W REINHOLT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FORT VERMILION SCHOOL DIVISION NO 52 P O BAG 1 FORT ALBERTA TOH 1NO C251-1 Lethbridge Community College INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR SESSIONAL INSTRUCTORS TO TEACH DURING THE FALL AND WINTER SEMESTER machine transcrip business carpentry automotives motor weldmj and machine broadcast jour- nalism problems in broadcasting the whole agriculture plant soils farm accounting Further information re1 teaching loac can be received from the Personne office Application deadline July 1974 Interested persons should apply to the standard application for employ- ment form to DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ALBERTA PHONE 327-2141. EXT 216 C287-16 Babysitter for one year old child Preferably near home South side Phone 328 evenings 7495-18 Cook housekeeper for private residence on Southern Alberta permanent good wages and benefits Write Box Herald 7658-20 69 FARM CAPABLE FARMER REQUIRED FOR DRYLAND FARM WRITE BOX 86 HERALD C9178-tf Individual for dairy and general farm work. Phone 328-5497 R. H Boullon. live miles north Canadian Dressed Meals 8726-t' Married couple for work in hog barn House wages to be negotiated On school bus route. Write Box 133. Herald 4593-tf Several persons to work at haying in the Peace River also several combine operators to harvest in Mon- tana Phone 327-7191. Henry Matteotti Farms Ltd 7599-24 Good all round familiar with all good benefits permanent employment. Write Box Herald 7659-20 71 TEACHERS WANTED Early Childhood Services teacher with training experience in Early Childhood Education required to teach a pre school class in Coalhurst. Parent involvement necessary Part time duties to commence fall term Please send resume describing experience and names of two references. Address application COALHURST KINDERGARTEN BOX 684 ALBERTA TOL OVO 7660-17 GRANDE CACHE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 5258 invites applications from teachers for September 1st. 1974 for the following oosmons ELEMENTARY- 1 Primary and Early Childhood Services 2. Upper Elementary JUNIOR SENIOR HIGH- 1 Industrial Arts 2 Learning Resource Centre 3 Guidance Counsellor 4. Combined subject areas Junior High 5 French 6 Teacher Librarian Band To teach band to upper elementary and Junior High Newly formed new instruments high interest The Grande Cache School District is located in a modern new town in the Rockies. School facilities are new and well equipped Submit letters of application with supporting documents to. DR W G ZlELINSKI SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS P O BOX 300 3RANDE CACHE. ALBERTA TOE OYO C308-16 72 LICENSED KINDERGARTENS NURSERIES Cuddle Bunny Day Nursery Children two to six years Phone 328- 2835 C9062-tf Costanzo's Day Care Centre 1116 3rd Ave S 328-5057 Children two and up C8751-U Parents of Children As of September 1974 School District No 51 Project lor Learning and Language Development Preschool General Stewart School If you feel your child should be please contact Pupil Personnel 327-4521 for further information C9740-17Ah 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT Wanted male or female. Experience prelerred. Phone 329- Or 327-4736. X5413-17 79 PERSONAL Gentleman driving to the west coast about July 25th would like a lady companion Box Herald 7377-tl 78 LOST AND FOUND LOST SMALL WHITE DOG IN VICINITY OF 6TH AVE. AND 12TH ST. S. JEWEL COLLAR ANSWERS TO NAME OF CHEMO. PHONE 328- 0796. REWARD 7640-15 79 PERSONAL late would like male com- panion between 21-35. Write Box Herald. 7539-15 Do not be lonely Join the Dating and Marriage Service from the Coast to Alberta MAIL MATCH CONFIDENTIAL. Box Cranbrook. B.C. 3894-16Jy ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. phone 327-8049 or 328-3246. alter 7 30 p m MASSAGE VELVET TOUCH REAR ENTRANCE 1285 3rd AVE S. 327-3001 Open for massage. Also out calls. Ladies by appointment only. Help wanted will train. Open 11 a m. to 1 a.m. Mon.-Sat. Come to where the action is 4796-16 80 SERVIBES AND REPAIRS DRYWALLING TAPING SPRAYING CEILINGS REPAIR WORK. PHONE 328-7362 2943-tf Kirby Vacuum Sales and Service 1283 3rd Ave S. Free home phone 328- 8962 C7944-U Maytag Sales and Service Services on all makes ot washers and automatic or conventional. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES. 905 3RD AVE S Phone 327- 4456 C7760-M Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber corporate daters etc Same service. 1233 2nd Ave S PHONE 328-5114. C6924-tl 82 WINTER ACCOMMODATION Join your fellow Canadians this in lovely recreational park near Palm Calif includes all living facilities plus unlimited swim- etc. For further information write- C A. ROBIESON 11262 WEATHERBY RD. LOS CALF 90720 7572-18 84 GARDENING Lawn aerating and garden cutting lawns Mike Bobak phone 327-1777 WILL PUT IN NEW LAWNS. READY FOR WATERING PHONE 32fl- 3105 C9661-H McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates trimming and felling Call 327- 1323. 7030-lf Big yellow and gardens. Phone week after 5 p.m all day Saturday and 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 or unwanted trees removed Phone 328- 7672 or 328-4593 4364-7A SALES AND MOVING OF MATURE TREES SPRUCE TREE FARMS PHONE 328-5806 C7914-tf General spring cleanup and rototilling 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 S6 PETS AND SUPPLIES Wanted Shepherd male for Alsatlon prelerred Phone 654-2049 Vauxhall 5248-1 Boarding Southalta Kennels oiler Individual care In modern facilities Barnwell 223-4130 C8045- Wanted good farm home purebred German Shepherd spayec female. Phone 328-5890 7544-1 Purebred German Shepherd spayed all month old. Partly offers. Phone 327 9811. X5411-1 Registered Labrador puppies Yellow. Good show and field stock S150. Phone collect 272-6829 Calgary. 5171-1 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 3.000 sq. ft. downtown commercia space. Phone 328-1520 or 328 5309. 3158- Service Station on lot. located at corner of 9th St and 2n Ave S Lethbridge Phone 327-5716 8 a.m.-3 p m Full price S95.000 cash to balance C9518 Taber Magazine and candy shop do ing a fantastic business. Can be great opportunity for a wile. Gooc location. For further details Ca Alvina Strlngam Propert Sales. Phone 328-6161 or 327 2025. C252-1 LETHBRIDGE COMMERCIAL JANITORIAL SERVICE Present contracts provide couple with above average living. Owner sell ing for health but will trai new owner if required. Full price o includes the equip ment and materials on hand Enquire at ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES LTD Centre Village phone 328-8184 Lethbridge. C257-1 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S C5216-I SCHWARTZ Agencies Limited College Mall 328-3331 The widest facility available We consider all types ot mortgage loans loans C309-20 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing i small towns acreages new ani old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave South 328-3251 C7769-1 SECOND MORTGAGES Rates as low as Simple Interest Cash available now Up io No bonuses or hidden charges Pay off at anytime No prepayment penally Enquiries Welcome HOUSEHOLD REALTY Corporation Limited HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Corporation of Canada 506 4th Avenue South Lethbridge Phone 327-1511 Bi 90 CONTRACTS Cement Work Specializing in large foundations and floors. Will go out o town Phone 327-5981. 7639-26 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745 C1936-1 D D CONSTRUCTION basements Phone 327-1332 7545-25 LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION SERVICES UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING SYSTEMS Residential Industrial Parks and Golf Courses Anywhere in Southern Alberta P O Box Lethbridge Phone 328-0924 C1589-1I Fred Steiner cemem old basements water proofing In sured Phone 327-8286 462-lf R AND K CONSTRUCTION Cement contractors Sidewalks driveways floors. Estimates Days evenings 327-2627 o 327-2983. 4304-tt FRONT-END LOADER AND TRUCK DIG TOP SOIL AND FILL DIRT 328-7692 4973-tl 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Dressed fryers free delivery. Also custom processing H. Dyck Coaldale. 345-3224. C199-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES For sale German Shepherd pups six weeks old. 115 7th Ave S 5119-15 Healthy kittens Six weeks to be given away Phone 328-3212.7416-15 hree pups to give away. Phone 327- 9017 7668-16 Three quarter German Shepherd one quarter Collie pups. Phone 345- 3794 7662-17 Registered Toy Poodle pups eight weeks old. Phone 329-3400. 7321-16 it Bernard pups smooth or rough coats Phone Stirling. 7635-16 Lovely Chihuahua Reasonably priced. Call after 6 328- 3423 7543-18 OKOONAWA KENNELS and Boarding Training Individual indoor outdoor runs. 327-9330 5120-tf Registered Shetland sheep dogs. Contact Bryan 716 Tupper Jt 'N Portage La Manitoba or phone 1-204-857-7393. 5249-15 ioarumg for all pels. Individual In- sulated dog houses with 100 sq. ft uns. In West Lethbridge 327-9649 7350-16 Registered Siberian Husky Pups. Championship stock. Blue eyes. Phone 604-423-7120. B.C 7575-16 REGISTERED GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS FOR SALE. KRISTIE HANSALTA. EAGLE OF CORLEEN. PARKWAY PHONE 627-3311. OR WRITE BOX PINCHER .LBERTA. 7573-26 OR SALE GERMAN HORTHAIRED POINTERS' Born uly ready to go early Sept. am and Pups registered with the anadlan Kennel Club. edigree. etc. available on request Vrite Mr. Dale 21 '2nd treet S W Medicine Hat. Alta. 766-171 Garage cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-H Complete Basement and Framing Estimates. Phone Harold. 4762-15 etc Jorgen- sen Construction 329- 3333. C164-6AU Contractor all lay stone cement m house builder small jobs accepted. 328-0266. 329- 4678 4099-tf J L ROOFING Built up cedar shakes re-roofing asphalt shingles root maintenance Phone 328-0831. 2898-11 Fences built. Miscellaneous building Concrete all repairs Jim 328- 3983 7799-tf house painting and all repairs Phone 327-3606 17-rf Fifteen ft backhoe and loader hourly rates of by contract Phone 328-5806 C9654-tl 'Qualified Custom Painters houses etc. Phone Raymond 9507-tl HOLMURS BOBCAT SERVICE AND RENTALS Back post hoe land- back corral cieanmg. No job too small or too large. 327-5817 7352-BAu TRENCHING AND Installations FOR MOST EVERYTHING WE GO ANYWHERE PRAIRIE DITCHING COMPANY PHONE 327-8280 C9931-29Jy NUMBERS DWINDLE The Biblical Lion of which once ranged from Greece to central now s found only in India's Gir only about 200 of the cats survive. PUBLIC NOTICES IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the estate ol SMITH ACKROYD late of the Town ol Magrath. In the Province ol who on the 18th day ol A D 1974 TAKE Notice that all persons having claims upon the estate ol the above named must Me with the underslgnec solicitors by the 15th day ol August A D 1974. a lull statement ol their claims and ol securities held by them MESSRS. PRITCHARD COMPANY Barristers Solicitors. P.O. Box 127. 740 4th Avenue South. Lethbridge. Alberta Solicitors for the Executrix B30 GOVERNMENT OF AL.IEAT-A DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS ALBERTA FOREST SERVICE SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 2.00 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time on July 1974 for the cutting and removal ol hay from the Cowley Airstrip located in Sections 8 and 9 of Twp. 8. Rge. 1. West of the 5th Meridian. Tenders must be submitted to Mr. J Chief Ranger at Alberta Tenders must be clearly marked. for hay removal on Cowley Bids must be submitted in writing on a price per ton basis All hay is to be removed from the site once harvesting is completed. All operations are to be conducted as approved by an Officer ol the Department of Lands and Forests. July 4. 1974 F W McDougall Director ol Forestry B59 INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed tenders are invited from general contractors for the construc- tion of the Harry Vemer Memorial Centre. Medicine Alberta. The building is 292 feet x 52 one frame brick and is to house the day care facilities in conjunction with a Senior citizens' recreation facility Tenders will be received up to 2 p m. Wednesday. July 31st 1974 at the of- fice ol Stan Wilkinson. Purchasing Agent for the City of Medicine Hat in the City at which time tenders will be opened publicly. Tender documents are available to general contractors upon deposit of a certified cheque in the amount of made payable to the architect. Hutchmson LeBlond Architects 116A 8th Ave Alberta. Cheques will be returned upon receipt of tender documents m good condition within 14 days after tender closing Copies of tender documents dre available to sub contractors at the Medicine Red Deer and Edmonton Construc- tion Associations The owner reserves the right to reject the lowest or any tender B46 Liberia GOVERNMENT Of TENDERS TENDERS WANTED FOR THE INTERIOR WORK OF ADDITIONAL FLOORS AND ALTERATIONS TO THE 611 4th STREET S CALGARY ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to the Pro- ject Alberta Public Works. Calgary for the construction of the in- terior work of the additional four floors of the 611 4th Street S W Calgary. Alberta. will be received up to two o'clock Wednesday. July 1974 at the office of the Project Direc- Alberta Public Works John J. Bowlen Building. 620 7th Avenue S W Alberta. The following contracts are to be tendered. Finished Carpentry and Millwork Hollow Metal Doors and Frames Interior Glass and Glazing Ceramic Tile Acoustic Ceilings Fire Resistant Coatings Pamling Fabric Wall Covering Mechanical Electrical specifications and tender forms may be obtained on the application to the Project Alberta Public John J Bowlen 620 7th Avenue S W Alberta or from the Contracts Branch. 16lh Floor College 8215 112 and will be available to Contractors on deposit of FIFTY DOLLARS which will be refunded when plans and specifications are returned to Alberta nublic complete and n good order not later than fourteen days after closing date ol the deposit shall forfeit. Plans and specifications have been placed with Construction Associations in Calgary led Medicine Hal and Grande for the use of Each Contractor's tender must be ac- companied by a bid bond in the amount of of tender he attention of tenderers is drawn to he Works Page lause which refers to Forfeiture of Security. he successful tenderer will be re- quired to provide a Performance Bond. HE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. 'enders will be opened in public in loom John J Bowlen Building. 7th Avenue S W Calgary. Alber- a W A B Saunders. P. Eng Deputy Minister of Public Works B47 In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS McALISTER July 13. Donald age 65 services at Lutheran Lomond Wed. p.m. Interment Lomond Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements. C314 CLARKE July Agnes age 88 beloved mother of Mrs. Morley Scobie services Woodrow Gospel Chapel Sask Wed. 2 p.m.. Rev. H. Schrede officiating. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements. C315 McDOUGALL Passed away in the city on July 1974 Mrs. Elsie McDougall at the age of 67 beloved wife of Mr. William McDougall of 622 17th St. S. Funeral arrangements wiii be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C317 NAVRATIL Anton passed away in Magrath on July 15th. 1974 at the age of 49 beloved husband of Mrs. Arlcne Navratil of Magrath Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of funeral service. C313 ATKINSON Parsed away suddenly while on holidays in on Wednesday. July 10. William Frederick Atkinson of Gabriola B at the age of 70 years. He is survived by his beloved wife Margaret Verla. a step-son R. J. Cooke. a sister Mrs. W. B. Wilson of B C two nieces Mrs J. Mrs. L. Pizzmgrillli. also an aunt and numerous cousins. He was predeceased by his brother James Atkinson of Lethbridge in 1959. Funeral services were held on July 1974 at Lethbridge. Cremation followed. In lieu of donations to The Heart Fund appreciated. 7669 Price of polebending increasing TORONTO Like ev- erything else these it costs more to drive your car nto a telephone pole. Metropolitan Toronto police estimate it costs to 'eplace a wooden hydro or elephone pole compared with 250 three years ago. If the pole is equipped with accessories such as trans- ormers and the of replacement might ange from to jolice say. Metro police department ays repair estimates for its fficers ist an aluminum pole n an expressway at to eplace and a concrete pole at 850. DAVIS Passed away July at Richard Allen beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Davis of Fort at the age of 15 years. Born and raised in Fort he was a student at the F. P. at the time of his passing. He is survived by his Mr. and Mrs. Don three and one his Mr. and Mrs. Will and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Diagnault. The funeral service will be held in Christ Church Fort on July at 2 Rev. R Hunt officiating. Interment in the Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Rickey Davis School Library Macleod Savings and Credit Union. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Fort Macleod. C318 DAHL Arthur passed away in Raymond on Saturday. July at the age of 39 husband of Donna Faye Dahl of Raymond. Morris was born in Raymond and received his education there. He spent three years in the Navy and upon his return worked in the Dahl Garage until three years ago when he operated his mother's farm. Survivors include his Donna two Curtis Wayne and Morris his Mrs. Emma H. Dahl all of two Gordon of Red Deer and Robert of Cold four sisters. Mrs. Joyce Leavitt of Mrs. Myra Humphreys of Jolayne Harrison of Cold Lake and Maxine Dahl of tie was predeceased by his father in April of 1939. Funeral services will be held m the Raymond Stake House on July 16th at 2 j.m.. with Bishop Willard 3axman officiating. will follow in the amily plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of funeral DEATH DUNCAN Passed away in Picture Butte on July 14.1974 following a lengthy ill- Mr. Joseph Dunc.'in at the age of 71 years of formerly of Picture beloved husband of the late Mrs. Daisy Duncan. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C316 IN MEMORIAM PARKER In loving memory of a dear William who passed away July 1972. We saw you we heard you sigh. But all we could do was sit close by. Your last parting wish we would like to have And breathed in your ear our last parting words Only those who have lost are able to tell. The pain in the heart at not saying farewell. remembered by his Hilda Parker 7666 CARD OF THANKS GILLIS I wish to thank the recreation girls and therapy staff of the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital for the excellent care and attention I received while a- patient. Gillis 7664 IN MEMORIAM PARKER In loving memory of a very and wonderful dad and gradnfather. William E. who passed away July 15. 1972. You can only have one and true. No other fnend in all the will be so true to you. No one knows our as we write these simple lines. For our father's love and that are no longer .nine. You shaTd our our God blest for those precious years remembered by Audrey. and Angela Nieuwenhuis. 7667 CARDS OF THANKS WHEELER and FORTUNE We wish to thank the doctors and nurses of St Michael's Hospital for the care given our mother. Thanks also to our friends and relatives for their kindness during our bereavement. Irene. Kenneth and George. 7665 GILLIS I wish to thank my doctor and the nurses and orderlies for the excellent care and kindness I received while a patient in the Lethbridge Municipal also all those who visited me. sent letters and flowers I shall always be grateful. Gillis 7663 Hijacker holds Japanese jet TOKYO A knife- wielding young Japanese hi- jacked a domestic Japan Air Lines flight tonight and threatened to kill some of the 84 persons aboard by if an imprisoned Japanese guerrilla leader is not released and flown with him to North Korea. The passengers were believ- ed to include two Americans. The hijacker demanded the release of a top leader of the extremist Red the same group which together with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine plotted the massacre of 28 persons at Israel's Lod Air- port in 1972. The Douglas JAL Flight 124 from Osaka in western Japan to land- ed safely at Tokyo's Haneda International Airport with the hijacker in control of the plane The plane carried 76 passengers and eight crew members The bandit was reported in contact with the airport control tower and promised to release women and children hostages when the Red Army leader is brought to the air- port. Airline officials said the passenger list showed only two persons with Western a and who had stayed at an Osaka hotel. The hotel said an ot Chicago and a of California had recently checked but it could not be confirmed imme- diately that they are the men aboard the hijacked plane Police identified the Red Army leader as Takaya 33. who helped found the guerrilla group in 1969 He was arrested twice in once for carrying dangerous weapons and once for conspir- ing to carry out Japan's first air hijacking The red small but the most radical of the activist groups in came into the international limelight when nine of its members hijacked a Japan Air Lines plane to North Korea in 1970. Red Army leaders have said its goal is world but Japanese police have splintered the organization and driven its members under ground. Authorities stationed about 400 policemen around Haneda Airport and closed the ter- minal to all traffic. Ocean drilling yields new info service. C312 LA Calif. Vast sea-bottom mineral wealth and new evidence about the birth of continents has been uncovered by a scientific expedition which has been drilling holes in the ocean floors of the world. The Glomar a scientific has been prob- ing the ocean floors for six years. Among the deductions made by its staff is that Australia was once linked to Antarlica and still is drifting slowly northward. The Challenger's mission is being operated for the National Science Foundation by the Scripps Institute of Oceanography here. Melvin Scripps Institute project manager for the said Sunday the scientists have found evidence of large mineral and oil deposits in the deep seas. They have also discovered evidence of how the continents separated and signs of huge volcanic upheavals in the past. He said the drilling showed Australia broke away from the Antarctic mass 50 million years ago and is drifting northward a few inches a year. was shown by changes in sedimentation in the ocean floor around Antarc- tica. Once the currents there were ju'st a jumble but suddenly it became a vast sweep of water moving around Antarctica biggest water circulation on He said there is no ex- planation yet as to why conti- nents such as Australia are moving. is a substantial amount of heat energy in- he said. ocean is like a kettle of soup turning over on a stove very Peterson said another finding was that the Mediterranean Sea dried up six million years ago and took more than 100 years to fill up again from a waterfall at the present site of Gibraltar.