Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
THf inHBRIDCI HiRAlD Thursday, July 14, WO SI TRUCKS AND MALE HELP WANTED SERVICES AND LOANS t NOTICE CamJ (Jf BIRTHS VANRYCKEGHEM Andy and Shu-ley (nee Wyld) wish to i announce the arrival of a son, 1 Stephen Andrew, barn June 11, 1970 at Queen Victoria Hospital, Revelstoke, B.C. A brother for S Wendy. 4517 Jkankt, ALLEN Funeral service or Theodore M. (Ted) Allen, wloved husband of the late Irs. Linnie Kackley Allen and 'aber resident who died there >aturday, July 11, 1970, at the jgc of 96 years, was held at :CO p.m. Wednesday, July 15, 970, in the Knox United 3hurch with Rev. J. C. Daisley jfficiatmg. Pallbearers were 'ed Allen, Dr. George Allen, 3ob Allen, Bob Purdy, Clifford and 'Clifford Voor-lees, Jr. Interment was in the 'aber Memorial Garden. Hum-jhries Funeral Home, Taber, ras hi charge cf the i ierai6} 1 1 IN MEMORIAMS, MUNDY In loving memory >f a deal- son, Robert Gordon .Mundy, who f passed away Peaceful by thy It is sweet to breathe thy In life we loved In death we' do the same. Oft' we think of you, dear BOB And our hearts are sad with pain, Oh, this would be a Heaven Could we hear your voice again. remembered and sadly missed by mom and dad. 4505 TRAILERS WANTED MAN INTERESTED IN FULL- f riU employment. Must bo dependable nd neat In appearance. Apply In per-on to the manager of the North Side 2 airy Queen. A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. fi.00 tor two weeks, 110 per month, reo delivery and pickup, phono 327-243. singer Company of Canada, ega Mall. FUNDS you wont to borrow a large nrnount money over a long period of time the purchase c( a home, for ren-atlona or any other purpose, col A.C Realty Limited. and are amortized for as long as years with a guaranteed renewable rm. Ho bonus or hidden cost. In-est is calculated aeml-annually (not advance) on the declining balance. r any amount from J1600 to more, visit or phone CA.C. REALTY LIMITED A SUBSIDIARY OF CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED College Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 328-2381. "ounty of vulcon No. 2 Invites quote- ons on following school bus re- Cosh paid for used truck and c'rs. i TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS s Phono 327-5355. CW6MI S3 FEMAIE EMPLOYMENT J WANTED MECHANIC -VOLVO S xperlence preferred, but not essential -company benefits. Apply In person M. e nd IK. Automotive Enterprises, i th St. STAMC AND STENCIL ubber stamps, corporate seals, dat-rs, etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd ve. S. Phono 328-5114 12-passenger bus (equipped to Alberta School Bus Regulations) peciflcatluns may be obtained from he undersigned. Quotations to be 3Ub-TI Ited by noon, August 10, 1970. K. H. Gatenby Secretary Treasurer County of Vulcan No. WILL DO IRONING OR BABYSITTING SALES nna SERVICE. SER-Ices on all makes of washers arid ryers, automatic or conventional. Al-o all small appliances, lawn mowers, ons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lobs oo large or too small. LETHBRIDGE PPL1ANCES, JOS 3rd Avo. S. Phone 27-4456. In my dome. Phono 329-5157. MALE -FEMAIE d HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER Fort Maclcod. Accounts receivable, ic- i counts payable, bank rccon ind pay- t Fill. RBply Box 1294, Plnch.r PEOPLE AND eilvery people. No experience neces- 3 ary Room 7, 304 5th St. S., Ryland's iulldlng. Cuts Wide Path CALGARY (CP) The Alberta Hail and Crop Insurance Corporation said today that preliminary investigations indicate that hailstorms in the province last week caused heavy crop damage. A corporation spokesman said it is too early to quote a defimte figure but "in the areas around Acme and Carbon there are some places where there appears, from reports at least, to be 100 per cent crop destruction. LINE OF STORMS The trouble began last Thursday when a line of. storms formed along the foothills from the northwest of Calgary to northwest of Edson and moved east. Intense rain showers with moderate sized hail swept through Whitecourt and Edmonton and a swath of hail up to 10 miles wide was reported from west of Cremona, across Carstairs and the Acme-Carbon area to Drumheller. "Many farmers observed hail golf-ball size and larger, with the biggest stones up ,to 3% inches in diameter near Cremona, the Alberta hail studies group said in a report. Friday, hail up to "tennis-ball size" was reported from Rocky Mountain House to Eckville. WORST DAY The worst day was Saturday, when the main activity started in the Nordegg area and developed into a severe squall line which moved east between Red Deer and Edmonton. The storm produced severe damage in the Viking area. The hail studies group received reports on where hail fell during the three-day period and although results have yet to be analyzed a spokesman said "it may well turn out to be the most damaging three-day period for a good many 54A LICENCED AND WIFE FOR PART-TIME al work, three evenings a Experience necessary. Phone 27-8977. AND YARD CLEAN UP. "hone 327-2438 or 327-7398. KRAOLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE 323-283S. SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY .td. Phone 328-1493. 2830 12th Ave. COSTANZO'S DAY CARE CENTRE PLANNED PROGRAM ONE TO SIX YEARS. PHONE 326-50S7. TECHNICIAN S7.355 :onadu Deportment of Agriculture. Anmal Diseases Research Institute, .ETHBRIDGE, Alberta. Quote No. 1212. Apply Immediately: Public Service Cimmlsslon, 300 Confederation Building, 0355 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton is, Alberta. LAWNS PUT IN. ROTOTILL-ng. Garden, taken care of. Odd Phone 327-6143. MAERE Jim and Julie proudly announce the arrival of a baby girl, Jodi Michelle, born r July 1st, 1970 at St. Michael's Hospital. Insured. 35 MALE EMPLOYMENT TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-2438 or 327-7398. WORK AND OR CARPENTRY ork done. Free estimates, phone 328-01. SPRING CLEAN UP All kinds of lunk .hauled away. Res-sonsble. Ptione 327-2M1. R E E TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING with large yellow rototiller, plowing nd landscaping. Phone DRIVES AND WALKS. RE-odelllng, and rumpus rooms. Phone DEATHS CHIN Fred, passed away at his residence in Magrath on Thursday, July 16, 1970, at the age of 65 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Sue Chin of Mag-rath. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. will paint fences, houses (Interior and etc. Phone 326-3457. FULLY INSURED TREE SUR-ON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. ONE 328-2094. WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS paired, odd Phono 36 FARM HELP GENERAL TRUCKING xed or unmixed top soil, manure, mplete landscaping service. Phone 7-5B56 or 327-0662. TILE, CEMENT WORK tenovatlons, alterations. Phone J. and Custom Works, A SINGLE MAN OR MARRIED couple, experienced In mixed farming ind cattle. Others need not apply. 442-2237, or evenings 642-2128. OF THANKS VAN HIJN I wish to express my sincere thanks and ieep appreciation for the many acts of kindness, especially for he mass cards, flowers, pray-jrs, cards, food and the many acts of sympathy extended to us in the loss of our dear son and brother, Carrie Van Rijn. A special thanks to Rev. Father VI. Clifford, C.S.Sp., pallbearers and the ladies of the C.W.L. of St. Ambrose parish of Coaldale. M, Van Rijn and family. HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES An Assistant Director Is required to carry out Preventive Social Service Programs in the Taber and Coaldale areas. Duties will include community organization, pubnc re-ations. Interpretation of philosophy and partial administration of t ha overall program. Applicants should have experience and skill In community work and a dedicated Interest In people. The successful candidate may nave a professional degree In any variety of disciplines (i.e. socal work, psychology, education, theology, physical education, econorrj-Ics, etc.) or an equivalent combina-t on of education and experience. The person must have demonstrated a good level of maturity and history of involvement of achievement In community affairs. This Is a chal-englng opportunity for an Imaginative approach to create and develop: Community resources, community services, and the use of volunteers n the area of family and Indivldua service. Apply by letter to E. Foxal Sec.-Treas., Barons-Eureka Health 3nd Social Services, Box 150, Coa -dale, Alberta. Please state salary expected, qualifications, experience and general Information. Applcatons received up to i p.m. July 28, 1970. HARDWARE Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS OTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES AIN SAW, ETC., ETC. BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and orenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. Phone 57 FEMALE HELP COOKS NEAT, ATTRACTIVE, Experienced. Phone the Burger Baron 328-4717, for appointment. HAVE BACKHOE AND asements, driveways, trees dug, gra. p and top soil hauled. Phone Mr. Alfred George Mount, who passed away July 16, 1969. Bless this house oh Lord we pray, Dead dad you always used to say. We miss you so, we are ss lonely here, Since you went away. missed by mom, Eva, George, Reg. and Eddie. 4518 CLERK FOR CARD AND GIFT SHOP. Full particulars to Box 105, NEW LAWNS SODS OR SEEDING call Reedyk Landscaping 328-1309. Free RAVEN 1329 9lh ST. N. itchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. Passed away in Calgary on Monday, July 13, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Ole, aged 73 beloved husband of Mrs. Petra Dubland of Enchant. The funeral service will be held on Friday at p.m. in the Enchant Evangelical Free Church, with Rev. E. B. Anderson officiating. Interment will follow in the Enchant Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Phone: 328-2361, and on Friday from p.m. until service time hi the Enchant Evangelical Free Church. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C9190 NISH July 15, 1970, Mrs. Emma Bell Nish, aged 84 years, formerly Cardston, widow of late Alma Nish, passed away at Father Lacombe Nursing Home, following a brief illness. Mrs. Nish is survived by a son Duff Wilson Nish, Midnapore, Alberta; two daughters, Mrs. Edward (Elma) Parke, San Bruno, California, Mrs. Harry (Helen) Hirose, Calgary; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband in 1950, and a daughter, Mrs. Vefa Hall in 1955. Born at Layton, Davis County, Utah, she came to Taylorville, Alberta in 1902, later resided at Kimball and then Cardston until moving to Calgary in 1967. Mrs. Nish was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Services at L.D.S. Stake Centre, Cardston Friday p.m., Bishop Dr. W. J. Hollingsworth officiating. MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO LIVE IN with couple. Light housekeeping duties. Must be able to drive car. Phone 32B-1858. 2418 13th Ave. S. STEINER CEMENT WORK, d basements dug, water proofing. Inured, free estimates. Phone SALES LADY PREFERABLY WITH fabric sales experience for part time employment. Apply at Singer's Sewing Centre, College shopping Mall. Phone 327-2243. C91 POULTRY AND TURKEYS, ALL AGES, lone 234-4035 or 234-3766, Fort Mac-sod. SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTI-MTES. JONES ROOFING. DE1ITAL ASSISTANT Conscious, reliable girl with pleasant Conscientious, reliable girl with pleasant personality needed. Apply In own handwritng stating education, height, weight, marital status and referees to BOX 106, Herald. ROASTERS, DRESSED 38c r friers, freshly killed ler Ib. Free delivery. Custom killing, Coaldale 345-3224. 1 N T 1 N G AND DECORATING, ullding maintenance service. Phone 28-1854. In loving memory of a dear brother, Robert Gordon Mundy, who passed away July 16, 1967. A loving brother, true and kind, No friend on earth like him we'll find. For all of us he did his best, And God gave bun eternal rest. In our hearts his memory lingers, Sweetly, tender, fond and true, There is not a day, dear brother, That we do not think of you. remembered and sadly missed by brothers Lloyd, Tim, Alan and Kipp. 4503 Gas Revenue Declines EDMONTON (CP) Total evenue to the Alberta government from crown petroleum and natural gas rights from pril 1 to June 30 decreased 0 from m the first quarter of the year. Total revenue from the sale crown reserves was in the second quarter, ompared with in the fn-st quarter. This revenue includes the easing of petroleum and na-ural gas reservations, drilling eservations and natural gas cences. The total revenue from the ental of natural gas and pe-roleum rights was compared with in the first quarter. Total royalties from oil, gas roducts and sulphur were compared with in the first three months of the PETS AND YOUNG RELIABLE MARRIED woman wanted for steady employment. Must be neat In appearance and In-terasted In serving tne publ c. Apply In person to the manager of the Nor h Side Dairy Queen. TOY FRENCH POODLE ppy. Phone 327-9728. KITTENS FOR SALE, hone 328-1938. RIPLEY AND KOMAR OPTICAL CO. LTD. Notice Is hereby given that Ripley nd Komar Optical Co. Ltd. incorpor-ed under the Companies Act of the 'rovlnce of Alberta intends to apply o the Registrar of Companies for a hanae of Its name to RIPLEY aMhe City of Lethbridge, In he Province of Alberta, this day f July, A.D. 1970. HUCKVALE, WILDE AND KRUSHEL Solicitors for the Applicant. HOURS WELL SPENT YOUR spare hours can earn you If you visit local customers with Avon's wide range of magnificent cosmetics and toiletries and gifts. Call now 328-7424 or write Mrs. M. Scott, 2514 PEKINESE PUP FOR ie. Phone 327-7229. TOY POODLES FOR iale. Phone 327-5149, or MWW TEACHERS KITTENS TO BE full-time and some part-time cashiers. CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION No. 28 Claresholm, Alberta Requires The Following Teacher One Librarian (full-time) Applications and credentials should be forwarded to: Mr. R. E. Congdon, Secretary Treasurer, Willow Creek School Division No. 28, Box 69, CLARESHOLM, Alberta. POODLES, SILVER, wo males, one female. Phone 327-06, after 6 p.m. MALE TOY POODLES. THREE onlhs old black. For further formation call 223-2188. 58 MALE HELP E X P E R 1 E N CED UPHOLSTERER wanted. E and R Custom Furniture. 1518 3rd Ave. S. or phone POODLE PUPPIES FOR Ie. Six weeks old. Phone Cadets Will Move To Complex TABER (HNS) Following a further meeting of minds, officials of the Taber civilian committee, Air Cadet League of Canada, have decided that Air Cadet Squadron 225 will move into the new recreation complex as soon as quarters are available. Meeting with the town council, committee president Kenneth Williams said that the cadets would vacate their present building on the basis of per annum rental for the new facility for one day a week usage. Mr. Williams said the town would be free to negotiate with other groups, including the Taber Pistol Club, for use of the rifle range in the new complex, and that annual rental might be increased as financial conditions of the cadet organization make possible. The air cadets, whose activity commences in September will remain in the frame building south of the complex until phase 2 of the construction is iompleted, sometime near the year-end. Mr. Williams said that; the committee would arrange for the move of equipment, and that the disposition of the old building would be up to the town who holds ownership. It was agreed that air cadet officers would meet with town superintendent Aladsen to determine special accommodation required to house equipment which would not be available to the public. A discussion of possible interference with other functions when the range is in use, council was assured that building construction would result in a minimum of disturbance to the public. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS in the Estate of IDA HENRY, late ef the Hamlet of Barnwell, in the 'rovlnce of Alberta, who died on the 2th day of May A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons aving claims upon the estate of the bove named must file with the undermentioned Solicitors, by the 17lh day f August, A.D. 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held ty them. HUCKVAIE, WILDE AND KRUSHEL Barristers and Solicitors, Acadia Building, Lethbridge, Aloirta Solicitors for the Executor, Ortus Eulan Henry. TARPENTERS AND CABINET maker! wanted by Pustaserl Construc-lion. Apply 727 ath St. S., afler BRITTANY SPANIEL UPS for sale. Gold and while In color, 'hone 425-6397. Mr. 6. Kriese, Box 0, Sparwood, B.C. HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC TO START bridge. All applications must be In the hands S the secretary-Treasurer by a.m. July 20, W R. Madlll Secretary-Treasurer county of Lethbrldge No. It 214 13th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta AIREDALE rERRIER companion papers. Phone 345-4574, ler 5 p.m. GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS Identical markings, 145 each; also male Collie, 130. Purebred pups, hons 453-3534, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. CHIHUAHUAS. FULL rown, males and females, also pups. IB 3rd Ave. A S. Call after S p.m. 8-3423. BUSINESS Tractor Unveiled ABDLEIGH, England (AP) A driverless tractor, EXPERIENCED OPERATORS BOTHWELL BROS. LTD. Room 20, Lethbridge. FOR SALE IN LETH iridge. Reasonable price. Phone 32 8896, afternoons only. Notice is hereby given that the Town of Coaldale propose to pass a Ion ng 3y-Law for the Town of Coaldale. PURPOSE OF THE BY-LAW. The purpose of this By-Law Is !o facilitate the orderly, economic and convenient development of the Town of Coaldale by controlling the development and use of land, and for that purpose, among other things, to: (a) divide the Town Into Zones (b) prescribe and regulate for each zone the purpose for which buildings and land may be used, and (c) prescribe and regulate standards for outdoor commercial advertising In the Interests of traffic safety and amenity. A copy of this by-law may be n-spected during normal business hours at the Town Office. Anyone wishing to make representation regardina this proposed by-law may attend the public hearing at p.m. on July 27, 1970. H. E. Fletcher Municipal Secretary. In Fight Against Paper TORONTO (CP) Bruce Foster, grand master of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Ontario, said today Masons across Canada have joined the fight against Finance Minister Edgar Senson's white paper on tax re-orm. Mr. Foster of Rtdgetown, Ont., addressed delegates at a provincial gathering. In his report, the Mason leader said the brotherhood has lired legal counsel to fight white paper proposals that put be Masons' income from investments in the same bracket as corporation SIVE AND TOTAL STAFF OF 23 SCHOOL IS MODERN. APPLICANT SHOULD HAVE SUCCES SFUL ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERI .ENCE AND HOLD AT LEAST ONE DEGREE IN ADDITION TO TEACHER CERTIFICATION. SALARY Yeors of Training-Years of Experience-Four, Five, Six Minimum S S S Maximum SlUOO PLUS PRINCIPAL'S ALLOWANCE 0 APPROXIMATELY APPLY: MR. R. A. E. BOLDUC SECRETARY-TREASURER MEDICINE HAT P.. C. SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 21 73 7th STREET S.E. MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA PARLOR AND BARBE 100 residential. Good location. Owne retiring. Phone 327-3926, evening phone 327-4034. Cardston Cemetery. Ley-den's Funeral Homes Ltd., Directors of Services. Oil Ltd. Service Station and Restaurant For lease In beautiful British Columbia at Salmo. Gasoline and dlesel fue Distributed making this unit attracti o all classes of highway traffic. Bu ness cafe and station equipment fu ni'hed. Ideal husband and wife buslne venture. Limited Investment require :or additional Information write: D. J. Koopman Husky Oil Ltd. 2510 10th Ave. S. Lethbridge, Alberta Hit For Higher Assessment UNITED NATIONS (CP) -Canada will pay a slightly larger share of UN costs for the next three years. A report issued this week shows that Canada's assess ments for the years 1971 to 197! will be 3.08 per cent of the TO budget, compared with 3.02 per cent this year. The assessment is expected to amount to about in 1971, only a small portion of the that Canada expects to spend on the UN and all its agencies. Canada, among tlw top 1 contributors to the world organi zation, is one of 10 countrie whose assessments have been raised. Japan's has jumped to 5.4 per cent from 3.78 per cent a reflection its high growl rate. The assessments are based on a number of factors, includinf the gross national product anc ability to pay. Thus Canada with a population of abou pays more than India population about Meanwhile, Canada with the I support of several countnfcs i has had enscribed on tire 3 agenda of the next meeting o 1 the General Assembly a call for establishment of a committee t s investigate means of bringing bit more efficiency to tlw organ s ization. t The assessment report slww that the contributions of the United States and the Sovie Union will be down a little. The U.S. pays more than 3( I per cent of the costs and its as o sessment is being brought dowr o gradually. The Soviet Unioi nays almost 15 per TRAVEL CANADA CA'REER SIX BOYS 17-19 Mr. Dale Maxymyshyn Is In Lethbridge to Interview applicants for permanent positions with the firm he represents. To qualify applicants must be: 1) Free to travel Canada. 3) Neat appearing. 31 Ambitious and honest. 4) Single. 5) Able to meet ladles. 4) Able to start immediately. 7) Grade nine minimum. Salary above average, plus commiss on an other company benefils. No experience necessary. Training program anc new transportation supplied. Promotion available for those with leadership qualities. For personal Interview see Dale Maxymyshyn at the Starlile Mote Room 19 Thursday and Friday p.m. p.m. and 7-8 p.m. by underground electrical Impulses, made its way through 32 acres of Essex farmland this week. The tractor was put oil public demonstration here in hopes of interesting some company in its manufacture. One of the tractor's originators, Stephen Hobday, said: "We need about to set up on a firm basis. Then we could begin to think of operating overseas." But so far, Hobday said, no company has shown real interest. Another originator, Peter Finn-Kelcey, said the machine can cut grass, spray trees and kill weeds, under all weather conditions and in darkness. Hobday said it would cost per acre to install the wires, which should be set 18 feet apart. He added that three such tractors could be supervised by one COMMUNITY COLLEGE INSURANCE Sealed tenders on the following will received In the Office of the Direc-or of Finance, Room Lethbridge Community College, Lethbridge, Alberta, up until P.M. on the 14th day of August, 1970. Buildings and Contents Insurance Comprehensive General Liability n-surance Burglary and Bond Insurance Boiler and Machinery Insurance Auto Insurance Travel Accident Insurance Specifications and Instructions may be obtained from the Office of the Di rector of Finance during regular office The' Community College reserves the right to be sole as to which tender or portions of tenders provides the greatest benefit and fur ther specifies that the lowest tender or any tender, or portion thereof, may Inot be accepted. Efectlve date of coverage October i 1970. Waste Water TABER (HNS) In a OIL COMPANY s seeking to establish Bu Fuel Outlets in the followin oreas: M a g r a t h, Stirlin Wrentham, Foremost and Pi ture Butte. The person would be probably is one who is presently gaged in another business venture, but who is desirou. of supplementing his Income to a large degree. This is an excellent oppor (unity that offers a reward ing and profitable future fo the parties' concerned. Please direct al! replies to Box No, 666, Lethbridge, Al berta or Phone 327-2762. EDUCATIONAL transfer of land, the Town of Taber has acquired just ACADEMY NOW IN CALGARY OFFERING EXCLUSIVELY KEY PUNCH OPERATOR TRAINING You may be qualified to become key punch operator through our tola Immersion practical training o modern up to date equipment in ou new school. For aptitude tests an counselling phone: 265-9690 274-3467 Soc 534 81h Ave. S.W. Calgary, Alberta acres north of the Oldman River for use in the irrigation disposal of sewer waste water under its sewage treat m e n t >rogram now under construc-ion. The deal was completed between officials of the Town and the Taber MD. The agreed price was not disclosed because neither council was aware o: the final price offered by the town and accepted by the MD The land concerned is tax re covery land now under the con trol of the Department of Lands and Forests. Transfer and con trol of the land, on which the lease recently expired, will now be made to the Department o Municipal Affairs who in turr will transfer title to the Mu nicipal District of Taber No. 14 The MD will now advise the Department of Lands and For ests of the final transaction whereon the wheels will begit to turn, so that the final trans fer of title to the town can tak< EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Open Competition RECREATION NATIVE FIELD STAFF WORKER GENERAL DUTIES: (1) Plan and execute with Recreatlor Directors on reserves on all Indlar winter Games with aim of placing rv dian Athletes on Alberta Team for th Canada winter Games to be held or February 1971. (2) To spend tha majority of time or Indian Reserves with members anc with Recreation Directors, In order t fulfill the recreational needs of th Native people. (3) Encourage Individual developmen in order to benefit from athlet c op portunities, amateur and profess onat (4) To perform any other dut es a required by the Recreation Director Please send applications to: Recreation Director Indian Association of Alberta Room 103-Kingswny Court 11710 Kingsway Avenue EDMONTON 19, Alberta state all qualifications and experlenc DEADLINE'! July 25, 1970 Skid 55 Per Cent VANCOUVER (CP) Mac MUlnn Bloedel Ltd. today re ported that earnings for th< first hah" of the ysar 55.6 per cent compared with tlif first six months of 1969. J. V. dyne, chairman anc chief executive officer, said in letter to shareholders that th decline resulted from Britis Columbia labor disputes and dottiluwn in the United State economy, r He reported that net earning after taxes for the first si months of the year are es mated at compare y with for the compa rable 1969 period, i He said a detailed financia statement will be mailed t shareholders about tw 2 OF H1LLSPRINS NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that unde the provisions of the Tax Recovery Act, the Village of Hlllsprlng will o fe for sale by Public Auction at the o! flee of the Secretary-Treasurer, Hil Alberta, on Saturday, Augus 1st, 1970 at a.m., the followin parcels of land: j and pt. of 10 B gOBO 2 13 370BD 83 13 370BO 14 Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Meyer Prentis, 84, the financial genius who was treasurer of General Motors during its cniciai years. Monterey, Psychiatrist Eric Eerne, 60, author of the best-selling book Games People Play; after a heart attack. Dr. Robert MUSIC TUITION OH GU1TA Fred Kane. Phone 357-8897. CENTRE FOR ADVIC Information and Direction. P h on 327-7323. OF PROBLEM DRIN ERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDS AND INFORMATION CONTACT A ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE If QUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 86 LETHBRIDGE, LOANS t end 10 17 370BD S 12 5 13 Each pacel will M oflered lor sa subject to the approval of the Minis e of Municipal Affairs, and subject to reerv0 bid- and to the reservation and conditions contained In the oxls a Inq certificate of title. Terms cash. R demptlon may be effected by paymer of arrears of taxes, and costs, at movits, 78, noted Austrian gyne-- cologist. K o n j i c, Lazar Drljaca, 88, a Yugoslav painter who became a hermit at 55. MILE DROP IN CENTR (non cordially mvi you to visit the Centre at Soulhm nst Church, Monday through Friday fro 10 a m 4 p.m. Pool, shuffleboa games, crafts, socializing, readin Phone 327-5333. 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331. The widest facility available, co sider ALL TYPES of mortgage loan MOTIIEH NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mr and Mrs. Rodney Borggard anc Tammy spent their holidays a his mother's home in Nobleforc ANONYMOUS Anyons with a drinking problsrr Phtna 327-3CK9 or 7 liter READ YOUR AD Advertisers shculij read 'heir adve tlsements the FIRST DAY n AF PEARS and REPORT ERRORS time 'or the next Insertion, Th Lethbridge Herald Is responsible fc only ite Incorrect nrior to the sale. Dated' at the Village of Hlllsprln In the Province of Alberta, this 16t day of July, 1970. n Keith t. Tolman, e Secretary-Treasurer, r Village of Hlllsprlna, COMMON MOVE During 1969, persons ini-; grated from East Pakistan into India.