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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -54A LICENCED July 19, 1971 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BUSINESS f} 1 I djirllii, 1 I Q 0 If lemon ami CARD OF THANKS BOND My sincere thanks o everyone for making my 90th irthday such a wonderful ccassion for me. Blanche Bond. convicted Children, six weeks lo six years. Phone 328-2635. BOOK "Career Opportunity" e s you how ID train at home for t op paying fobs. Check STATION WITH RESI-ence, for rent In Hardlevllle, Alia 3hone 328-3833. 31 59- 1 U 'A (HNS) A total of 54 police court convictions dur-ng the past month were reported by Taber's police department to the town council. This number is a considerable reduc-on from the 79 reported, last year, but an increase from the 42 reported for the month previous. Major among the 16 Criminal Code cases were charges of sublic disturbances and driving, with one charge of assaulting a police officer. One serious hit and run accident, was included in the 19 convictions under the Highway Traffic Act, the low number of speeding offences being due to the radar set being out of operation. Under the Alberta Liquor Control Act, police brought 19 people into court, mainly for illegal possession. In addition, unnumbered persons housed in the police cells were released after sobering up, having imbibed too freely. Police investigated eight motor vehicle accidents during the month, of which four were importable to the department of highways having damages of more than S200. For the fourth successive month covering 22 accidents, no injuries were sustained. Total property damage for the month was COSTANZO'S DAY CARE Children one lo six. Plunned program PttOff 318-5057. Bookkeeping Cost Accounting k computer programming Art Writing Journalism k RUB ness Management ft Forestry Surveying Supervisor Architect Drafting TV e Auto k Enqineerinij, basic, mechanical, etpctrical, 'electronics, municipal. Professional exams H gh School Diploma Vr te today 1o: Canadian Institute of Science and Technology, Room J6 Ade aide St. West, Toronto 129. Jame Address SALE Mobile Cafe in Sparwood, B.C. Inter-sted party only. By appointment, ik J Ol DEATHS FORD Passed away in Calgary on Monday, July 13, 1971, Mrs. Mary Ford at the age of 94 years, formerly of Lethbridgc and beloved wife of the late Mr. Henry T. Ford. Funeral arrangements will be announced when comp 1 e ted. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C6321 MIKO Passed away in the city on Friday, July 16, Mr. John Miko at the age of 80 years, of Lethbridge. The late Mr. Miko was born in Kakaca-scnd, Hungary in 1891 and came to Canada in 1929. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Maria Miko in Hungary. The funeral service will be held at p.m. om Tuesday, in Martin Bros. Traditional 812 3 Avenue S. phone 328-2361, wiih Rev. Father J. A. Carroll O.M.. officiating. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery. These who wish may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C6320 MOTRUK: (WITWICKI) Passed away in the city on Sunday, July 18, 1971, Mrs. Mary Motruk, at the age of 85 years, of 738 12 Street N. Born in Czernowitz, Toporowitz, Austria, in 1885, the late Mrs. Motruk came to Calgary from Austria in 1908, moving to Lethbridge in 1915, where she has resided until her passing. She was predeceased by her first husband in 1943, and her second husband in 1960 and by three sons, Tom, Mike and Johnie. Survivors include, two daughters, Mrs. S. (Frances) Berte and Mrs. C. (Rose) Hca-ton, both of Lethbridge; 15 grandchildren and 20 Prayers will be said at p.m. on Tuesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. Requiem mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Wednesday in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father G. Marien celebrant. Interment will follow in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13 Street N. phone 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED 53.000 inveslnient could give you a erpetual income of up to an-lua ly. No triflers. Box 68 Hera'd. UNIVERSITY STUDENT, JU" MAR-ride, definitely requires work Willing to do anything. Pnone 328-9767. LUNCH TRUCKS SERVE ot and cold food on the job. 1970 :hev. a i ton with stainless steel cat body. Perfect shape ready to o. Call 406-278-5953; S. Kellogg, Box 9B Conrad, Mont. U.S.A. 1971. World 56 FARM HELP motel lor winter months. Apply in person. Bow River Motel, SOON New store and ffice- space with basement for rent, n B airmore's most desirable locn-on. Contact M. Finn Druas, W2-2192 r wrile ODD Holdings Ltd. Box in the News RECORD OR NOT? ST. A U S T E L L, England (AP) Construction worker Norman George Mitchison quaffed 65 points of ale in 59 minutes Saturday night and claimed a world beer-drinking record. The 29-year-old Welshman downed the first seven pints in three minutes. Mitchison two weeks ago claimed a world mark when he swallowed 62 pints in 60 minutes. He uses a "temporary consumption" method to cope with the bulk. With two buckets standing by, Mitchison periodically vomits up what he has swallowed and then proceeds. The Guinness Book of Records does not say whether this is a recognized championship method. It names tire world record holder as 23-year-old Jack Keyes of Northern Ireland, who drank 36 pints in 60 minutes in 1969. But the latest edition was published last Oc-to >er, before Mitchison's feats began. HAT TRICK COLOMBO Cevlon (AP) RESPONSIBLE, EXPER 1 E SEWING SERVICES ALTERATIONS AND ran nc done. In my home. ReaRon-ab e. Phone 328-6911. HAVE SPACE FOR THE FOL-owing businesses in Mall next to Hull-Jay Inn opening next spring, Flower shop. Ladies Wear, Barber shop and a pace 9 x 40 ft. next to Seven-Eleven Stores. Contact 449 Holiday Viliaae, ormerly Shoppers' World. 57 FEMALE HELP LOST AND RESPONSIBLE FEMALE TO LIVE In and care for semi invalid woman Write Box 66. Herald. SINCE JUNE 19TH -Large fabby cat with matted fur on back Answers to Silky. Reward. Phonr> 378-9549. SHOP IN THRIVING B.C. nter or city. Showing excellent re-urn. One of the nicest salons In the irea. Full price Approximately one-half cash required. Conlac Maxine Caldwell at CaldweM Aaencies Ltd. 01 9Ih Avenue South, Cranbrook, B.C. FOR LOCAL mpHirnl clinic Full lime or part-lime work Phone 377-318.1. LOOKING FOR A CAREER AS AN arivretisino manaqeress1 position is permaneni for right person. Now we come to the tax VORCE S69 THE BEST SELF D vorc" Service in Ihe West. 414-1298. W-10, Vancouver, B.C. 738-1731. Department Store, College OPERATED EQUIPMENT FOR sale one year old coin operated electric dryers (two Inglls, six fwo Estate dry cleaners, less han 5000 cycles on each machine. Drastic price reductions. Write Box 1077 or phone -123-7702, Fernie, B.C. forma NATAL, B.C. (HN -ecent meeting of 3f Sparwood council ,ee was farmed to 1 wssibility to esta short take-off airp area. The decision aros British Columbia Av cil regarding their future planning of i vices throughout th province, ncil told of mercial air-akc-off ant s and that make y council travel in and out of small population centres a reality in a short time. Council also recalled the need of Elk Valley Air for an airstrip in the area and decided to establish an aviation committee. Aldermen Siro Cimolini and Doug Lowe volunteered to serve on the committee and Reg Taylor volunteered to serve as an ITS TOO NICE TO STAY INDOORS. Go out and earn! Be an Avon Repre-senlative. Your earnings make lile easier buy dishwashers or wash-ETTS AVE! S. OF LETHBRIDGE NOR nlormalion regarding discussion jroups, inquiries, literature, phone ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinkinq problem. Phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after STORE, SITUATED IN heart of grain or cattle country. Would -consider equity in a duplex or residence as part payment. Will lease with option to purchase. Terms available o reputable party. Yearly increase in vo ume. Health reasons for selling. Ex-ce ent opportunity for a family business. Write Box 43, Lethbrldge Herald. Permanent housekeeper required for invalid. Good home for widow or couple. Phone 327-3359, after 6 p.m. ADDRESS LABELS De uxe Gold Trimmed Gummed La-be s printed with your name and address. Only 52. Allow 30 days for oe-very. Box 7272, Postal Station Calgary. 58 MALE HELP Are you living with a problem drinker n your home? There Is understand-ng and help for you. Phone Jean 327-S340, Carol 328-7S71, Jane SPARE TIME INCOME AFFILIATE NON-FOOD SUPPLY ROUTE (NO SELLING INVOLVED) "CLOWN CAPSULE VENDER" Wonderful opportunity for husband or wife to work out of home; will not In-terfer with present Job Work EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN RE-quired hy Great West Tire Ltd Apply 1203 2nd Ave. S. EXPERIENCED RADIATOR MAN RE-quired by Great West Tire Ltd App y 1203 2nd Ave. S. OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CAR E OK P.O. BOX 861 LETH-BRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE CAROL, 328-7871, SHIRLEY, 327-6292. up with this cozy afghan at home, on trips! Gav scrap flowers bloom brightly all year crochet each medallion quickly while you watch TV. Before you know it, vou'll have enough. Pattern 7184: medallions SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Otnario FULL TIME JANITOR WANTED. Phone 337-4447, between 9 a.m. -4 WANTED EXPERIENCED TRUCK driver for semi trailer. Top wages. Permanent employment. Phone 23J-3726. SERVICES AND nqs and weekends Make to S200 a week extra Small cash in-you in business for yourself. For per. sona interview Send Name, Address, Phone No. to Box 67 Lethbrldge Her-a d. STOLEN Last year cars, valued at million, were reported stolen in New York HALF ON YOUR REUPHOL-stering Guaranteed satisfaction. Phone 327-8142 or 328-9525. RESPONSIBLE YOUNG MAM WANT-ed age 19 22 for M A N A G E R TRAINEE. Apply July 20, between 10 a m and 12 noon, Reward Shoes, Centre Village Mall. STAMP AND STENCIL -Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dalers, etc. Same-day Service. WANTED DRIVER REPAIRS TO SINGER machines, competent adjustments to a 1 other makes. Free home estimate. Phone 327-2243. Singer Co. of Canada, College Mall. LOANS In The Matt IN THE MATTER being a By-law Law with respe TAKE NOT August, 1971, t noon in the Coi of the City of pursuant to Se sider the prop 2750, known a AND FURT By-law 2981 w from Zone Rl-RES1DENTIAL (A lots 29 Plan LET tnunicip Street S 1 H CO CO AND FUR proposed By-L City Clerk ir> C AND FUR1 wishes to mak By-Law shall City Clerk not the 6th day ol AND FUR as file such Public Hearing questions at C but subject to in support of and one robu DATED a July ,1971. J( OK er of th c of City of to amenc ct to zonin CE THAT at the hour nc Cham Lethbridge tion 130 c 3sed By-La s the Zoni HER TAKE ill amend Multiple Dv to 33 inc u HBRIDGE ally known 3uth and 2 A; V THER TAKE 3W may be ity Hall di HER TAKE 5 represent :irst file a later than August, 1 THER TAKE written sub to make r ity Council the condi a brief wi tal period tho City c )HN ty ETHBRIDGE e Planning Act, 1963 ind Lethbridge By-law No. 2981 By-law 2750, being a By-3 for the City of Lethbridge. an Monday, the 9th day of of o'clock in BRIDGE FOR AN APPOINTMEN JULY 20, 1971. 24 SUITE RESIDENTIAL r LETHBRIDGE EXCELLENT INVESTMENT Vendor will nrrnntjfi professional mnn nqemont upon completion AuquM 1 1971, This wnll locatnd dcvciopmen will show up lo 12 por cent on capita n (before rqulty build up, lion allowance, nnd INQUIRE AT: 0 Mhftfnn Developments tl 614 ft Avnnun S.W. t Cflkiflry 1, Alberta fl Telephone 561-6fiftrt 9 62 EDUCATIONAL BE A DISC .IOCKF.Y Recorded messaflo by Jim Elliott IM you how. Phono 328-3636, Columb School of Brondcnstlnp. DENTAL ASSISTANTS APPLICA tions now bolng nccoptcd for Horn Study carter trnlnlnc) In this cxc tin (jrowlnrt flfilfl. Hinh school diploma nr hccfuuiry to qunllfv. Phono or wrl Immediately Carper InMltut 303, 10303 m Ave., Edmonton. R quest frco information. ;