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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBKIDGE MtKAlU 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES BUSINESS claims beaten NAPANEE, Ont. let some of its Boeing 747 jumbo jc4s sit on the ground unused this winter for want of passengers and cargo to fill them. United Ail' Lines has reduced its initial order and options for the 1.56 million DC-10 jumbo jet by 28 because the business outlook is so much more bleak than it was when the order blanks were signed. Hughes Air West would like to suspend service at 10 of the 19 cities on i s domestic route that are averaging less than 10 boardings a day. The cities wer'e not identified. These are a part of the woeful picture presented by the three United States airlines within the past few days in unusual separate appearances before the Civil Aeronautics Board. The CAB released transcripts of the presentations. RWA Presidnet F. C. Bud Wiser told the board the airline's relative performance last year was affected adversely by the introduction of the huge Boeing 747. "Although this is a fine airplane, it is simply too big for today's he 57 FEMALE HELP officials cautions RESPONSIBLE FEMALE TO LIVE In end care for semi invalid woman. Write Box 66, Herald. medical clinic. Full time or part-time work. Phone 327-3184. RENT LAWN ROLLERS FERTILIZER SPREADERS ROTOTILLERS RENO-THIN POST HOLE DIGGERS BY HOUR, DAY OR WEEK DOWNTOWN HOYT'S PHONE 327-5767 SHIELDS Funeral service for Eddie Heavy Shields, who died July 15, 1971 was held at a.m. Monday July 19, 1971, in St. Catherine's Church, Standoff. Honorarj pallbearers were Alex Fox George Fox, Frank Goodstrik er, Frank Melting Tallow, Ken Tailfeathers and Ed Little Bear. Active pallbearers were Stephen Fox, Les Healy James Russell, Billy and LOOKING FOR A CAREER AS AN advertising manageress? Position is permanent for riqiit person. Typing is essential. Apply in person Wooko Department Store, College ITC TOO NICE TO STAY INDOORS. Go out and earn! Be an Avon Representative Your earnings make life easier buy dishwashers or washing machines. CALL NOW: 32B-7J2-1 or WRITE MRS. M. SCOTT, 23rd AVE. S. offcials are taking a wait-and-see attitude to a glowing forecast for the grains industry issued last week by Otto Lang, responsible for the wheat board. Hugh Bryce, chief statistician tor the Alberta department of agriculture, has released figures which show Alherta farm cash income for the first five months of 1971 was two per cent ahead of the same period last year but four per cent below 1969 and 28 per cent below 1968. Another agriculture department spokesman said the "dips" mentioned by Mr. Lang, on a visit to Edmonton Friday, were under-played. Ha said the dips are more pronounced than suggested by the minister. THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE n the estate of James Walker Mac-Donald late of Lethbridge who died on the 14tn day of April, 1971. Take notice that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned so icitors by the 13th day of August, 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. MESSRS. PR1TCHARD, HIGA BORAS No. 202, 7f'j 4th Avenue South Alberia Solicitors for the Executor EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER, AT least two years experience and knows latest styles. Phone 32S-4729 or apply 524 6th Street Sculh. Waae plus 60 per cent commission tor the riqht operator. POULTRY AND HUNDRED, 20 WEEK OLD LEG horn pullets, si. 75. G. J. Van Esve d 824.3451 Nobleford. Interment was in St. Catherine's Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod, was in charge of the Permanent housekeeper required for invalid. Good home for widow or couple. Phone 327-3359, after 6 p.m. AND ROASTERS PAN ready, 38 cents per Ib., on dozen lots. Custom killing. H. DycK, Coaldaie, 345-3224. PETS AND 58 MALE HELP GINGER COLORED CAT To be given away. Gentle. Good with children. Phone 328-1233. EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN RE-quired by Great West Tire Ltd. Apply 1203 2nd Ave. S. A1INIATURE DACH-schund puppies one male, 575; two female, 550 each. 733-3647. 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 Alberta Liquor Control Board for a licence to sell beer, wine and liquor the licensed portion of the premises n accordance with the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act and the Regulations made thereunder with respect to the following described premises: EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL LIMITED EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, Block D, Plan No. 1402 FS to this application shall be made forthwith to The Alberta Liquor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated Lethbrldqe, Alberta, This 28lh day of June, 1971. EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL LIMITED S. M. FENG5TAD PRESIDENT. of a dear friend, Margaret Eileen Mossey who passed away July 20, 1969. To be together in the same old way Would be our greatest wish EXPERIENCED RADIATOR WAN RE-qulred by Great West Tiro Apply 1203 2nd Ave. S. GOOD HOME WANTED FOR A three year old part spaniel, part ler-rier dog. Female! Good watch dog, likes children. Phone 327-921B, after 6 p.m. Mrs. Mary, of Sparwood, B.C., passed By DAVE McINTOSH OTTAWA (CP) The survey For the transport department was intended to find out Canadian methods and frequency of travel. But it turned out indirectly as a comment on Canadian unity lack of it. For instance, the survey found that 19 per cent of Quebec travellers go to Ontario but only five per cent of Ontario lers go Eigh gion tr region Quebei Ontari longer By t per ce to the two pe the Pr VISIT Twe Colum United going four ri 17 per cent, i per ce six pe Gem ans tr; to any own rc Only Columt Twent) 15 per per cc cent to per ce about of the The for tra than tl Canada The by Car Toront( ver. It holds. OTHEI Other survey Pcoc than elsewhere, nbor of trips per family six n year. Thirteen per nil trips are made in c highest (ravel month, R per opnt in December, lest month for travel, families travel just as 5 small FULL TIME JANITOR WANTED. Phong 317-4447, between 9 a.m.-4 p.m. the Michel Hospital on Sunday, July 18, 1971, at the age 72 years. She was born at Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, April 8, 1899. She is survived by two daughters, Eileen Qualtieri, Kamloops, B.C., Mamie Miles of Elk Valley; one son, Wallace Krall of Lethbridge; one brother, George Kometz of Snoho-mish, Wash.; 10 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband Louis Krall at Natal in 1970; two brothers, Andy of Vancouver and John of Loth-bridge and two sisters, Annie Meados and Susie Hovind of Custer, Wash. Funeral services will be held St. Michael's Cath-olice Church, Natal. B.C. at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 22, with Rev. B. Forsythe officiating. Interment in Elk Valley Cemetery. Salus Funeral Chapel of Sparwood, is in charge. BUSINESS ONE OF VICTIMS Chantal Cote, 12, was found by police shot in the head at Cnp-de-la-Madcleinc, about 90 miles northeast of Montreal. WANTED EXPERIENCED TRUCK driver for semi frailer. Top waaes. Permanent employment. Phone 234-3726. and Dan Martin. STATION WITH for rent In Hardieville, Alta. Phone 329-2B33. REQUIRED ALL ROUND HOTEL maintenance man. Good starling rale. Year round employment. Rejly Box 70, Herald. OF THANKS BASTEDO We would like to express our sincere thanks to the many friends and rela-itves who sent flowers, cards and food, and offered kint words of sympathy with the passing of our wife, mother and grandmother, Nellie Bastedo. A special thanks to the doctors o: the Haig Clinic, the staff WANTED A investment could give you a perpetual income of up to 55000 annually. No tritlers. Box 68 Herald. 3231 TRUCK DRIVER FOR STEADY EMPLOYMENT MUST BE BONDABLE. PHONE 327-0456. LUNCH TRUCKS SERVE hot and cold food on the lob. 1970 Chev. 3i ton with stainless steel catering body. Perfect shape ready lo go. Call 406-278-5953; S. Kellogg, Box 998 Conrad, Monl. U.S.A. EXPERIENCED HELPER IN cheese factory. Must be willing work-Experienced only need apply. Apply Cheese Factory, Coaldaie. Jacob J. Klassen, manager. HAVE SPACR FOR THE FOL-lowing businesses in Mall next to Holiday Inn opening next spring, Flower Shop, Ladies Wear, Barber shop and a space 9 x 40 ft, next to Seven-Eleven Stores. Contact 4-19 Holiday Village, formerly Shoppers' World. 59 MALE -FEMALE HELP SALES STAFF REQUIRED. 51.75 per hour, 35 hour week; also the Victorian Order 01 Nurses for making her lasi days as comfortable as possible. This is very much appreciated by The Bastedo family. To 734 23rd St. N. OPERATED EQUIPMENT FOR sale one year old coin operated e ectric dryers (two Inglis, six two Estate dry cleaners, less than 5000 cycles on each machine. Drastic price reductions. Write Box T077 or phone 423-7702, Fernie, B.C. perlence preferred but not essential. City hardware store. Write Box 59, Hernld. OF DEPARTMENT 61 TEACHERS 7J HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Tuesday, August 3rd, 1971 for the following work: CONSTRUCTION OF A STEEL GIRDER BRIDGE OVER THE WAPIT RIVER SOUTH OF GRANDE PRAIRIE Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Office of th" Chief Bridge Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Office of !he District Engineer, building, Leih-br dge, and Office of the District Engineer, Highways Building, Calgary and will be available only to individuals domiciled and operating in the Prov-inca of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporalons registered and operating and who have established a fixed place of business n the Province of Alberta A deposit of twenty five dollars (S25) w be required for each copy of Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid murt be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to of Tender. Tenders will be opened In pub ic. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT 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 to reputable party. Yearly Increase July 19, 1971, Mrs. Mary Ann, age 94, formerly of Lethbridge, beloved mother of Mrs. J. A. (Bertha) Rosewarn, 3216 5 St. N.W. Calgary 43. and Mr. Henry R. Fort 2411 Pine-wood Drive, Calgary 22. She was born in Murston, Kent, England and came to Lethbridge in 1910. She was predeceased by her husband Henry T. in 1954 and is survived by six grandchildren and seventeen great-grandchildren. She was a member of St. Mary the Virgin A. C. W. and a former member of the Lethbridge Horticultural Society. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3 Avenue S., with Rev. E. R. Doyle officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may Day their respects in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, phone 128-2MI. Flowers are gratefully declined. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. DRUMHELLER ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 25 Invites applications for: Junior High Teacher To assume responsibilities for Language, Lltsr.Vure and options lo be arranged in Grades seven to nine. Applicant should have Professional Alberta Certificate. Female preferred. Submit resume of experience and qualifications to: Secretary Treasurer Drumheller R.C. Separate SD No 25 Box 670 Drumheller, Alberta C Indians may get land EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta government has agreed to explore land options for members of the Ermneskin Indian band who left the Hob-bema reserve three years ago, Harold Cardinal, president Of :he Indian Association of Al-icrta, said here. Mr. Cardinal made the statement following a meeting with Premier Harry Strom and two cabinet ministers. Chief Robert Smallboy led .he band to crown land on the (ootney Plains in the moun-ains west of Red Deer. Legislation passed this year requires anyone staying on crown and for more than 30 days to lave government permission. It has been proposed that the "ndians be given a 2.1 year case on 72 square miles of opportunity for a family business. Write Box 43, Lethbridge Herald. AGENCIES LTD. PHONE 328-3331 Right To buy a restaurant in an excellent location that has a good clientele. Easily run Th s could be your gateway to a fortune. Owner has other commitments and has to sell. Call Biddy Pyke at 327-7172. Exclusive. 62 EDUCATIONAL BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott lells you how. Phone 328-3636, Columbia School of Broadcasting. breeders viii Arabian lorse honors EDMONTON (CP) Amerl-an breeders won every major mrcbred awni'd at Ihe four-day Canadian National Arabian lorse show here-An estimated 5.000 persons aw the show, held here for tho irst time in its 1.1-year history. Tho Canadian National grand champion marc was Rasquina, owned by Lasma Ar-biaus of Scoltsdalc, Ariz. Another American entry, Gwalior, owned by Tom chaun-ey of Phoenix, Arix., was the mrcbred champion grand stal-on. Tim Canadian purebred H'eeders champion s'allion was iny Nick, owned by Roger V BRlrsworlh of KeWnn, P..C. 'hilo Hi? champion mare wr.s Cdycja, owned iiy Lois Wil-nmson of Okaiiagan Palls. .C-4 64 SEWING TIME INCOME AFFILIATE NON-FOOD SUPPLY ROUTE (NO SELLING INVOLVED) 'CLOWN CAPSULE VENDER" Wonderful opportunity lor husband or .vife to work out cl home; will not In-erter with present Job Work eve-n nns and weekends Make to 5200 a week extra Small cash Investment [J600 minimum) will put yuu in business for yourself. For per. wnfil interview Send Name, Address, Phone No. lo Box 67 Lelhbridge Her-Bid. DRESSMAKING, ALTERATIONS AND Ironing done. In my home. Reasan-able. Phone 378-6911. Yesterday By TI1K CANADIAN PROSS Snn Francisco Orlando Zu-lucta, 43, former lightweight boxer whose 15-year ring career included a close but losing title ixmt in 1957 with champion Joe Brown, of stab wounds when as-satiltc-1 by a gang while pretty put togethers n white or colors. Easy to crochet 65 LOST AND NORWE1G1AN ELKHOUND SILVER grey, black face and ears. Spayed female. Short legs, curly tall. Phone 328-1920. Reward. 66 fined TORONTO (CP) _ Globe and Mail reporter John Zaritsky was fined Monday for refusing to tell a judicial inquiry who gave him a copy of a confidential Ontario government report on land on the Niagara Escarpment, particularly a purchase from Caledon Mountain BAHA'IS OF LETHBRIDGE FOR Information regarding discussion groups, literature, phono 317-7541. 1739- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with n drlnKlnq problem. Phone 327-6049 or 328-3246, after to his home. J. (Jack) Wald- ron, 59, former president of Bos- 7 Lon Celtics of the National Basketball Association. F. Mercier, Sfi, publicity director of the Federated Appeal of Greater Montreal, son of Honore Merrier, Liberal member of the Quebec national assembly from 1007 to r Aslor, 85, tho British press baron who ruled 1 Tho Times for more than 40 years. Use knitting worsted r string, big hook. Pattern 173: NEW Misses' Sizes 10-J6 ncludcd. S K VENT Y-FIVK CKNTS coins) for each pattern (no tamps, IS cents tamps, add IS cents or each pattern for first-class nailing and special handling to: HE uoTrmmnnE HERALD leaders Mail Limited fl Front Street West roronto 1, SUITE RESIDENTIAL LETHBRIDGE EXCELLENT INVESTMENT Vendor will nrrrtnqn professional man-Jtrjomrnt upon completion August 1, 1971. This well located development w I show up to 12 per on capital [before equity hulld up, rioprccla. on allowance, nnd NOUIRF? AT: 614 6 Avcnup S W Cfl tinry 1, Albortn Tolnphone; 261-6680 hits plane TOKYO (AP) A Japanese airliner with 97 persons aboard made a near blind emergency anding at Tokyo's airport after t was hit by hailstones about lie of table tennis baMs, officials rrpnrlcd. mil smashed a radnrdomc. cracked Hie front glass of .ho pilot's cabin and caused other damage, to tin ADDRESS LABELS Deluxa Gold Trimmed Gummed Labels printed with your nnmr; and nd-tiresj. Only Allow 30 days tor Delivery. Box Postal Stalion Calgary. Smokersi Don't bo sell conscious flbout your smile, use Durban's Denl-cotln Toothpflsto to remove unattractive tobacco stains Irom your tcoth. nenlcotln Toollinaslo the ex-f.iusivA ingrpriifint Nir.otol, thi most PI-foctlvo ncirnt fnr rfmnvinq tolvirro stains from tenth. Star! usinrj Dement In Jt.M at Stuhh's Pharmacy, Thrlflway Westminster Drufls Boyd'i Pharmacy. SITK Arkansas' rapitnl, located in Liltlc Rock, was completed in ISlf. on grounds where the state penitentiary formerly was ;