Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, June 4, 1973 52 MOBILE HOMES _ YEAR OLD MOBILE HOME, 12 x 62, bedrooms, fully furnished, 8 x 10 porch, skirting included. For Immed- iate occupancy, must sell. down and monthly, P.I. 223-2841, or 223- 4098, Tater. _ C9-l5S-tt 1 Used 12 x 65 three bedroom mobile home with front entrance into mud room and utility room. Furnished. 1 Used 12 x two bedroom deluxe mobile home. Furnished. Excellent condition. Open Thursday and Friday and Sunday LOOK MOBILE HOMES 205 12th St. A South L.thbridge C9761-tf BUSINESS SALE VQU not only get the best DEAL on your dream home. _ But aKo receive a GIFT with your new home. Expires May 31, 1973. fast service expedient end long term financing waste your time Come HOME to: (Leth) United Mobile Homes Div: United Motors Co. Ltd. 302-3rd Ave. S. (Across from A antt W) Phone 327-1730 or 327-OS22 Sundav 1-5 C9138-tf JOE'S MOBILE HOMES JOE TARNAVA Highway -three going east to Taber THE HOME OF KNIGHT, SCHMIDT, AND GENDALL INDUSTRIES I N SINGLE AND DOUBLE WIDE. ALL UNITS HEATED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. Phone 328-0181 or 323-0166 after hours, 327-4006 or 327- 2416. Open Sundays 1-5 p.m. C9291-tf 53 AGRICULTURAL WANTED WHEAT WANTED Will pay casX 30 cents bushel over eleva'or price. 234-3766, Macleod. 3315-tf THREE TON GOOD ALFALFA HAY wanted. Phone 653-3174, Cardston 3510-6 54 AUTOS WANTED WANTED 1967 OR 1968 CHRYSLER be like Write box 361, Ray- mond. 3465-6 65 HELP WANTED TWO INDIVIDUALS WANTED TO move sprinkler wjieelmoves on con- tract. S3 per hour. Apply Box 126. Herald. 3401-5 HAIRDRESSER WITH SOME Ex- perience required. Wage plus com- mission, in Claresholm. Write Box 966, Claresholm. WANTED CAT AND SCRAPER, cat and dozer, bugqy operators and dragline operator. 24? 12th St N. 328- 5315 3502-4 TRUCK DRIVER REQUIRED FOR corral cleaning operation. Phone 3J7- 1803. 3598-4 WELDERS AND WELDERS HELP- trs required for fabricating and truck equipment company. Steady work. Good benefits. Aoply S. J. THOMPSON TRUCK EQUIPMENT LTD., 6230 Cen- tre it. S., Calgary. Phone CASH PAID For used ca's snd trucks or will ac- cent consignment. TOWN COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 328-3654 56 LIVESTOCK WANTED DEAD STOCK OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phone 328-1336, Lethbridge. C8075-tf HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES AND SIZES. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry Phone 328-2911. C3S59-tf FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbridge. C206-tf WANTED SEVERAL EXPERI- enced tractor operaijrs for Dawson Creek, B.C. area Good wages. A i r transportation supplied free in and our after one months work. Apply Matta- otii Farms Ltd., 970 Mayor Magrath Dr., Lethbridge, Alta. 3466-11 UP TO HERE IN BILLS? LOOKING for 3 way out? You can make extra money fsst as an Avon Representative. Get outdoors, make friends, enjoy life more! Calf 328-7424 or write Mrs. M. Scott, 3514 23rd Ave. S. Mechanics for GM dealership. Housing available. Phone Col- lect 344-6819, Golden, B.C. and Neville Ltd. 3551-7 65 HELP WANTED TRUDY TRANSPORT DRIVER BETWEEN Lethbridge and Vulcan. Phone 485-2388 or 435-2729. 3419-5 FULL TIME CLERK IN FAMILY shoes. Apply Disco Shoes. C9800-6 WANTED PERSONNEL FOR TIRE department in Vauxhall Co-op. Gcod company benefits. Phone 454-2552, Vauxhall. 3670-8 FOR ENERGETIC, opportunity minded mature person. Minimum age 22. Rojte sales of pro- duct which sells itself but with a little Imagination will outsell all other competitors. Appy Box 131, Herald. C9786-5 OPENING FOR TWO AMBITIOUS LADIES j For special work. One full time, one I part time. Three to six hours per day. I five days per week. Excellent income, j Call Fashion Two Twenty. 323-0636 be- tween 2 p.m. 3 p.m., Monday, Tues- day and Wednesday for appointment. C9785-5 SHOP FOREMAN FOR MASSEY FER- guson dealership. M-F experience an asset. Must be capable of taking charge of modern shop and all service responsibilities. Wages, bonus, and in- vestment opportunities are negotiable. State age, experience, and msrifal stat- us to D. C. Green, T-N-T Equipment Ltd, Box 850, Claresholm, Alberta. Phone 1-235-3193 days and 1-235-3623 evenlncs. 6157-tf SCHOOL AIDES (Full or Part Time) Bow Island Elementary and Burdett j Schools. To begin September 1st, 1973. Must able to type and work with i teachers and students. Apply to: Mr. C R. Elle Superintendent Schools County of Forty Mile No. 8 Foremost, Alberta 9778-5 "Kind of destroys one's faith in the effectiveness of beauty No Realtor can guarantee you success in Real Estate bur we can give you honest answers to your questions at BLOCK BROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. For personal Intervlsw call Frank Tinordi at 323-1044 (days) or 327-3478 C3H4-H Journeyman Mechanic Required by modern equipped shop. Full company benefits. Apply Service Manager Beny Chevrolet Oldstnobile 2nd Ave. 8tn Street S. Lethbridge C8263-tf SALES REPRESENTATIVE Nationally known company is seeking a salaried sales representative for Inis area. Not necessary to travel. Starting salary plus incentive in- creases as earned. Give complete background and experience In letter to: P.O. Box 157, Calgary Replies confidential 3692-5 59 MACHINERY WANTED WANTED THREE POINT HITCH post hole aucer. Phone 327-5892, after i p.m. 3616-8 Experienced MEAT CUTTER Wanted for new, modern food store. Full company benefits. APPLY TO VALUE VILLAGE rMRKETS Mr. G. W. Westwood C'784-5 COUNTY CF FORTY MILE NO. 8 Foremost, Alberta Applications will _be received by the undersigned until' p.m. on Fri- day June 8th for Twin Euclid Oper- ator. Duties to commence as soon as pos- sible after acceptance. j Wages for position to be as per CUPE j Agreement for the position Clause 14 (1) Carry-all Scraper per hour until June and S3.50 per hour after June 30th. For further details contact Frank Heck, Municipal Supervisor. Phone S67- 3604 or 867-3602. ROY.R. WALLMAN SECRETARY-TREASURER. C968A-4h 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL LABORATORY ASSISTANT BACTERIOLOGY DEPARTMENT Southern Alberta Regional Hospitals Laboratory requires a person, prefer- ablv some experience, to work in the Bacteriology Section. Apply: Personnel Director Southern Alberta Regional Hospitals Laooratcry c a Lethbridge Municipal Hospital C9732-6 71 TEACHERS WANTED 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL RECEPTIONIST-CLERK We have en unusual opening in our local branch office for a person can meet people well, handle figures ac- curately and is a good typist. Five day week. Neat, congenial office. Con- veniently located. Good opportunities. oper1. The purser. went is interested in gradually assuming ad- ditional responsibilites and increasing personal value and Income. To apply see Mr. K. S. Hutton, Avco Financial Services. Services. C9812-4 Secretary for construction firm. One girl office. General office duties. Some real estate experience. Reply stating age, qualifications and salary ex- pected. Minimum age 30. Write Box 107, Herald. C9451-tf 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL PERSON INTERESTED IN LEARN- ng to cook. No experience necessary, we will train you. Good salary for the right person. Please apply to Mr. Hober, El Rancho Motor Hotel. C9781-8 60 MISC. ARTICLES WANTEf XVANTED USED SADDLE. PHONE 328-9819. X3239-6 WANTED THREE SPEED Bi- cycle, good working condition. Phone 327-7557. 3580-4 WATER TANK TO FIT IN pickup truck. Phone 345-4355 even- ings. 3668-4 SCRAP CAST IRON COPPER Brass Radiators Batteries. VAR- ZARI IRON LTD. SCRAP YARD. 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-5342. _____________________________CSSSS-tf HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels and cest Batteries, s. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6261 C9985-tf SCRAP IRON paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO, LTD. 206 33rd St. N. C646-tf 63 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED MANAGER TRAINEE for Farm Supply Store Company benefits and opportunity for advancement. Apply In person National Farmway Store 3305 2nd Ave. N. C9780-5 TWO AUTOBODY REPAIR EMPLOYEES Journeyman or four year epprentlce metal workers. Full-time employment company beneftis five day week per hour flat rate. APPLY TO GORDON SMITHSON BODY SHOP MANAGER Stedelbauer Chev-Olds. Ltd. 9110 125th AVE. EDMONTON PHONE 474-0193 CLERK TYPIST AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER REPLACEMENT. PHONE X3240-6 WILL BABYSIT ONE CHILD, TWO years or older, in my home. Phone 327-0957. 3469-8 65 HELP WANTED FULL TIME CARETAKER REQUIR- by local church for care and main- tenance of building and grounds. Apply Kent Smith Canada Manpower Build- ing. 3403-5 WANTED EXPERIENCED LEAD player for Rock group. Phone Ken, after 5 p.m. 327-8914. X3233-4 FINISRING CARPENTED TO WORK under contract. 327-6052. 3712-9h CERTIFIED WELDERS REQUIRtu Apply in person Kirchner Machine Ltd. 2419 2 Ave N. 327-3678. C9673-4 BARBER WANTED FOR VAUXHALL One chair and facilities. Contact Wil- liam Clark, Vauxhall Pool Hall. 3341-5 JOB OPPORTUNITIES MANAGER TRAINEES Retail and Finance Grade 12 or Secondary School Grads SECRETARIES Legal experience FARM HANDS FLOOR LAYER Experience pre- ferred. PAINTERS Journeymen. AUTO MECHANIC Experience with farm equipment, small motws, diese' and regular gasoitne engines. 54.02 per hour. Government of Canada position. DIESEL MECHANIC Rural Country. 44 hour week Permanent 3rd year Apprentice acceptable HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS COOK Part-time. Private Club FRAMERS Trailer Manufacturing PHARMACIST New Graduate ac- ceptable RANCH HANDS CARPENTERS Journeyman DRAGLINE OPERATOR For information regarding these and other employment opportunities contact your CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 419-7 St. 5., Phone 327-8535 Lethbridge, Alberta 68 DOMESTIC INDIVIDUAL TO DO HOUSEWORK one day a week in modern home. 327- 3672-5 BABYSITTER TO COME IN, WEEK days. South side. Phone 328-3860, after 6 p.m. 3554-tf LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER REQUIR- ed. Care for large home and care for two children occasionally. Preferably someone drives. Phone 328-5793 or 327-5332. 3553-7 BABYSITTER TO COME IN, 8 A.M.- 5 p.m. Ten weeks, from June 10 to August 25. Prefer student or retired person. Live-in can be arranged. Write Box 130, Herald. 3634-9 69 FARM BEET LABOR FOR 50 ACRES. TWO miles west, mile north cf Coaldale. Phone 3.15-4358. RELIABLE PERSON WITH SOME A.I. experience on cattle farm at Coaldale. 345-3136. 3581-4 DAIRY AND GENERAL help Phone R. H. Boulton 326-5497 or five miles north of Canada Dressed Meats. 2428-tf INDIVIDUAL WITH OWN MACHIN- ery to work 153 acres. E6 acres to be seeded. Two miles north of Coaldale. Wages negotiable. Cash payment. John SlUCS. 3272-4 BEET WORKERS Experienced people. Pay by the acre. Gergelv Farms, four miles east of Lethbridge Gaol. 327-9293 or 327-9896. 3504-9 SOMEONE TO DO CUSTOM FARMING in Davisan Creek B.C area. Have combining, cultivating, plowing to do, Steady work. Apply H. Matteolti Farms Ltd.. 970 Mayor Magrath Drive. Phone 327-7191. 3468-11 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL The Lethbridge Catholic Separate School District No. 9 and the Lethbridge Pre-School Services will hire a Speech Therapist To start wsrk with the opening of school on the 21st August, 1973. Qualified people should send resumes and enquiries fcr full details to R. Himsl, Superintendent of Schools, S34 18th St. S., Lethbridge, Alberta. C9809-? 84 GARDENING TOP SOIL AND WELL ROTTED MA- nure. Phone 328-3239. 2013-tf LARGE SELECTION BEDDING OUT plants for sale. Apply Dan's Green- house. 3407-9 MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- ing. Call 32B-I054. 7030-tt EIGHT H.P. ROTOTILLER FOR test and efficient service. Phone 328- 9337. 1208-tf ROTOTILL1NG, LANDSCAPING AND new lawns seeded. Phone 327-2595. 3600-tf WILL CUT LAWNS FOR ALL OR part of summer. For Information and prices. 327-2567, after p.m. 3676-5 WILL CUT LAWNS THROUGHOUT summer or while on holidays. Have own equipment. Phone 328-4108. 3556-7 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six to six years. Phone 328-2335. Baby Centre 328-2509. C4658-tf 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT DRIED GROUND MANURE, IN PLAS- bag; SI .50 each. Free delivery. Phone Coalhurst Greenhouse. 327-9530. 1585-tf ROTOTILLING, LAWNS PUT IN, GENERAL LAWN AND GARDEN CARE. FREE ESTIMATES. PHONE 327-8063. 3108-22J 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 90 CONTRACTS Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams 1 ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK. Good workmanship and prompt ser- vice. Reasonable. 327-3316. 3221-8 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- 5745. C1936-tf ALL ROOI-- ing specializing in chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cement finishing stuc- coing, fireplaces, house raising and moving. 328-0266. C8745-tt DO YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or repairs In your home? E and L Construction. Phone 328-2237. 7699-tf FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 328-3983 2480A-tf QUALITY CEMENT WORK. SIDE- walks, patios, fence footing. Reason- able prices. 327-3432, after s p.m. 3083-4 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6482. C7377-tf PRIVATE Homes only. Complete painting ser- vice. Reasonable rates. Guaranteed work. Fcr free estimates phone 328-0363. 2471-12J FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. C3661-tf PUBLIC NOTICES TAN'AKA'S GRErNHOUSfcS WIDE selection of bedding out plants. Also nursery stocks. 14 mile east of Drive- in on Coutts Highway. Phone 327-4373. 1957-4J LEN'S. GREENHOUSE ACROSS from Red Ash Pile, East Coalhurst. Good bedding out plants, 55 cents basket. Also seeds and geraniums. 3321-4 EXPERIENCED DRUMMER WOULD like to play with group. Phone 3x7- I 18C. 3505-6 I VARIETY DANCE BAND LOOKING for versatile piano or organ player. 327-5635. 3405-5 WANTED EXPERIENCED LEAD guitar player and singer for hard rock group. Phone after 4 p.m., 328-3003. 3363-5 FORM.ER BOOKING AGENT FROM looking for rock musicians and reck groups to manaqe and book. Phone Graham Collins, 327-3365. 2558-13 J EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328-2867. C495MI Stiil Available! EVERGREENS SHADF TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA. 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS Chief Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone 328-0924 C9002-tf 78 LOST AND FOUND FOUND LADY'S BRACELET. Identify and pay for ad. Phone 328- 8509. 3555-4 LOST 8ROWN WALLET BELONG- ing to R. Karl of Picture Butte. Re- ward. 327-1121. 3474-8 LOST PACK SACK CONTAINING various clothes. Highway 5 between Magrath and Lethbridge, May 20th. Phone 328-0310. 3675-5 LADY'S BULOVA WATCH LOST ON 6th Ave. and 5th St. or area of Don Calder's Furniture Store Phone 328- 1338 or 328-2581. Reward. 3506-1f LOST MAY 51h _ RED, whiteface bull calf. iQB pounds. ron Springs. Fresh brand en left hip. Julius Ritdouck, 732-4765. Picture Butte. 3319-5 79 PERSONAL AFRICAN VIOLETS BEAUTIFUL house plants. All colors. Phone 328- 3320-4 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyon" with a drinking problem. Phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after p.m. UNDERGROUND WATER SPRINK- lers for your home at a low cost. For free estimate phone 328-1705. 2639-13 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS C9802-4 COMBINED LAB AND X-RAY TECH- nician required for active treatment hospital. Standard salary agreement scale in eftect. Good personnel poli- cies and fringe benefits. Apply ADMINISTRATOR BOW ISLAND GENERAL HOSPITAL BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA C9683-4 PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers sttould read ths'r ad- vertisements and REPORT ERRORS In time for the next Insertion. The Herald is only responsible for the first incorrect Insertion. KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 32S-8962. C375MI AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRIC lawn mower rebuilding service. Sarc Repair Ltd., 1011 3rd Ave. S. 327-_2i56. 2093-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stomps, corporate seals, datars, etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf FRED'S EAVESTROUGHING AND painting. Interior and exterior decor- ating. Free estimates. 328-1258. 2559-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also ali small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. 327-4456. C7353-tf FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LIFE'S BUILDING BLOCKS Part 1 OP THE SO NATURALLY OCCURINS ELEMENTS IN' THE UNIVERSE, WHY HAVE SOME BEEN SELECTED BY EVOLUTION AS THE BUILDING BIJOCKS LIFE, AND NOT CfTHFIRS? THIS QUESTION INTRIGUED BIOLOGISTS AND CHEMISTS FOR. THE PAST HUNDRED AS THEY SOUfeHT TO DEFINE F.SSENTIAI-TO LIFE. UNTIL RECENTLY THE LIST WAS, THOUGHT TO NUMBER. "TWENTY.- NOW TIN. FLUORINE, en AMD VANA.DIUM SILICON HAVE ALSO BP.EN SHOWN TO BE ESSENTIA.L FOR. GROWTH OF ANIMALS. it TWM WHAT IS. INTRIGUING IS THAT THE PROPORTIONS OF THE 24- ELEMENTS IN THE BODY BEAR NO RELATION TO THEIR. RELATIVE ABUNDANCE ON EARTH. AAOWERS Sales Parts and Service BOY TRADES ACCEPTED HEPP'S INDUSTRIES LTD. 327-2533 CW14-30J 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES HEALTHY STARTED TURKEY poults. Phone 234-3766, Fort Macleod. 2200-tf FARM FRESH YOUNG FRYERS AND roasters. Pan ready 50 per Ib. Free delivery. Custom killing. H. Dyck. Coaldale, 345-3224. C96M-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUREBRED, STANDARD, L O N G- haired Dachshund puppy, Write or phone Mrs. G, Haworth, Cessford, Alta. 546-3926. 3322-4 FOR SALE PUREBRED PEKIN- gese puppies. Phone Coaldale, 345-4598. 3512-4 FOR SALE HOUSE TRAINED Siamese kittens and one Boston ter- rier pup. Phone 3673-5 MALE GERMAN SHEPHERD AND Shepherd cress pups to be given away. Preferably farm homes. 1212 9th Ave. No., after 6 p.m. 3680-5 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS FOR sale. Thunder breeding. Males J30; females Phone 222-2135. Wrentham. 3637-5 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE BEAUTY SALON IN Blairmcro, Alberta. Excellent busi- ness. Phone 562-2744 days; ie2-2507 evenings. 2974-tf THEATRE AT FOREMOST. CHOICE location on main street. Will consider selling building witho_ut equipment or lea s T n q front office (suitable far beauty salon, etc Phona 327-0651, after 6 p.m. Nick Wolfe. 3277-26J CENTRALLY LOCATED, LUCRA- tive, exclusive. East Indian Pakistani Restaurant in Calgarv for sale. Due to other Interests. Write or phone Mr. Arora, 420 16th A St. N.W.. Cal- gary. 3334-4 Business building for sale or lease, centre of Main Street, Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. 7843-tf RESTAURANT FOR SALE IN GRAN- um. Alberta. Coupls looking for busi- of their own would be well ad- vised to look into this one. Priced to sell as going concern. For information call Don Walper, Auctioneering and Real Estate, Pincher Creek. Phone 627-3760 or write Box 581, Pincher Creek. 3276-4 Very active square foot green- house business for sale cl.ose to town, with lovely large five bedroomed Hot water heating. Large gar- age. Approximately one acre of land. Only S39.500. Call a RELIANCE SALES PERSON at 328-9216. EXCLUSIVE. C9801-tf 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORFGAGES All types of mortgage financing: In small and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd South, 328-3251. C7769-H ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders for the construction of 2 reinforced concrete check drop structures and one reinforced con- crete and corrugated metal pipe drop turnout structure will be received at the office cf the Irrigation District up to a.m., local time, June 16th, 1973. Security will be required. Copies of the drawings and specifications may be obtained from the Irrigation District or from "Alberta Design and Construction Division, Administration Building, Lethbridge. on or after June 4th, 1773 upon deposit of 325.00 in cheque, made payable to the Board of Directors. The Board re- serves the right to reject any or all tenders. The Board of Directors The St. Mary River Irrigation Lethbridge, Alberts. DEATHS COFELL Passed away on Saturday, June 2, 1973, Ronald Roy Cofell, aged 12 years, be- loved son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira C o f e 11 of Fort Macleod. Born and raised in Fort Macleod, he has resided there until his death. He is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Joan DeMaere of Granum and Lynda at home and one brother, Donald; his grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Co- fell. Funeral service will be held in St. Andrew's Presby- terian Church, Tuesday at p.m., Rev. Gordon Haynes offi- ciating, assisted by Rev. T. R. Doyle. Interment in Union Cem- efcsry. Friends who wish may donate to the Dorothy Gooder School for Retarded Children. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fcrt Macleod. C9314 CARD OF THANKS BROWN I would like to express my sincere thanks to the doctors and the nursing staff on Surgery of the Lefchbridge Municipal Hospital for the ex- cellent care I received while hospitalized. Many thanks to relatives and friends for their visits, cards, flowers and gifts. They were greatly appreciated. Thelma Brown, S725 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF ALCIDE CHRIS- TEN, late of Lethbridge, Alberta, who died on December 12th, 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate cf the above named must file with MON- TREAL TRUST COMPANY, 411 8th Avenue S.W., Calaary, Aloerta, by the 3rd'day of 1973, a full statement of their claims and ot securities held by them. FENERTY, McGltUVRAY, ROBERTSON, BRENNAN, PROWSE, FRASER, BELL AND HATCH 1500 Guinness House Calgary, Alberta Solicitors for the Executor J4 IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of HARRY THEODORE FRITZ, late of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, Farmer, deceased, who died on the 18th day of January, A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the under- mentioned Solicitors, by the 9th day of July, A.D. 1973, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. HUCKVALE, WILDE AND KRUSHEL 612 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executrix Minnie Fritz. M83 DOUGLAS Friday, June 1, 1073, Donald aged 81 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Helen Douglas of Granum, passed away suddenly. Besides his be- loved wife he is survived by two sons, Rod, Trail, B.C., Don, Granum; one daughter, Mrs. P J.. (Jean) Flannigan, Thun- der Bay, Ontario; nine grand- children; two sisters, Mrs. H. (Cassie) McKee, Alliston, B.C., Miss Rhoda Douglas, London, Ontario. Bom at Kintail, On- tario he came west to Granum in 1912, where he farmed until retiring in 19S3 and has resided at Granum since. Mr. Douglas was a founding member of the Alberta "Wheat Pool and a member of the Jumbo Valley Presbyterian Church. He served as counsellor for the town of Pincher Creek and for the town of Granum. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on May 6, 1973. Services at the Granum United Church, Wed- nesday, at p.m., Rev. E. Doyle and Rev. G. Barnes offi- ciating. Interment in the Gran- um Cemetery. If desired, in lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Bible Society, 117 Ave. S.W., Calgary. LEYDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Claresholm Branch, Directors of funeral services. C9815 IN MEMORIAMS HARTWICK In loving mem- ory of mom and grandma, Mat- tie, who passed away June 4, 1967. remembered kne, Laurence and family. 3518 SEARGEANT In loving memory cf our father, Herbert Ssargeaut, who died June E-nd of mother, Betty Sear- geant. passed away Febru- ary 6, 1953. missed and remem- bered with gratitude, by their daughters: Mrs. F. A. Hostetter, Castlegar, B.C., Mrs. N. E. Kloppenborg, Lethbridge and Mrs. P. A. Tctzlaff, Ardrossan, Alberta. 3713 ANDERSON In loving mem- ory of a dear father, Harry, who passed away June 4, 1E54. Dear dad you're not forgotten Thcugh on earth you are no mere. Still you are with us As you always were before. remembered by his loving daughters and fami- lies. Emerald, Clara and Ruth. 3714 SHEARER In loving mem- ory cf a dear mother, Irene Elizabeth Shsarer, who passed away June 4, 1S68. Beautiful memories, treasured forever, This is the picture your loved ones hold, Deep in cur hearts your mem- are kept, To love and to cherish and never fcrget. loved and remember- ed by her three sons, Rob- ert, George and Douglas. 3715 Mayors discount big-city walkout Freed pilots claim they were beaten TEL AVIV (AP) Three Is- raeli pilots released by Syria in exchange for 57 prisoners held by Israel said their captors tor- tured them regularly during their three years in jail. After their repatriation Sun- day, one of the pilots told re- porters he had been beaten about his body and on the soles of his feet and had been sub- jected to electric shocks on sev- eral occasions. Another said they reminded their captors of the Geneva Convention governing treatment of prisoners, but were told the rules didn't apply to them. In exchange for the pilots, Is- rael handed over 56 Syrian and Lebanese PoWs and a Druse leader from the occupied Golan Heights who was convicted of spying for Syria. Israel said the released Arabs were the last held by Israel from either Syria or Lebanon and neither Syria nor Lebanon held any more Israeli prisoners. Israel continues to hold 55 Egyptian prisoners it wants to exchange for 10 Israelis jailed in Egypt. The exchange ended almost a year of negotiations through the International Red Cross. STUDY WHALES WINNIPEG (CP) The Man- itoba government, faced with a federal ban on whale hunting, has awarded a grant to a group of university students to conduct a research project on Beluga whales at Churchill. The project will study the behavior of the whales and promote tour- ism in the area through nation- ally distributed articles on the area and the whales. CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) The possibility of big city walkout from the Canadian Federation cf Mayors and Mu- nicipalities (CFMM) was dis- counted by several municipal leaders Sunday. But delegates from Van- couver and Toronto indicated they do not consider the feder- ation an adequate voice for big city interests. More than delegates from cities across Canada have gathered here for the annual convention which opens today and ends Thursday. Mayor Art Phillips of Van- couver said in an interview that "the prospects are nil" for a move by large cities to leave the federation and form their own group. Mayor Rod Sykes of Calgary said recently there is a possibility of large cities setting up their own organization. Mr. Phillips said the recent meetng in Toronto of major Canadian cities was not in- tended as a rival organization to the CFMM, which represents municipalities of all sizes. The Vancouver mayor said the real legislative powers as far as cities are concerned is at the provincial level, but if Van- couver wants something at the federal level, it approaches the government directly rather than working through the federation. Toronto Alderman Reid Scott, considered a possible candidate for the chairmanship of Metro Toronto, said: "I guess we all want to find out in our own minds whether the federation can articulate a particular problem of big cities." But Mr. Scott said the To- ronto delegation wants to make the CFMM work. Mayor D. G. Newman of Whi'tby, Ont., CFMM president, said he has noticed no con- certed move by large cities to leave the federation. But they probably would express strong views about their problems at the convention. Former Johnson minister proposes Nixon resign NEW YORK (AP) Clark Clifford, defence secretary in the Lyndon Johnson adminis- tration, proposes in today's edi- tions of the New York Times that President Nixon resign and co-operate with Congress to pick a successor. Vice-President Spiro Agnew would also resign under his plan. The article is published on the newspaper's opinion page. "The executive branch vir- tually has ceased to function, and I cannot see it getting any better, only worse" cs new dis- closures develop about the Wa- tergate affair, Clifford writes. "We can see that the damage done to the Nixon adminis- tration is irreparable." AGNEW WOUIO RESIGN Clifford says the Con- stitutions 25th Amendment pro- vides for the vice-president to assume the presidency in the event of resignation. It also pro- vides for presidential appoint ment of a new vice-president with confirmation by Congress if thai office is vacant. Under Clifford's plan, Agnew would resign first, to be re- placed by someone selected by Nixon from a list of three names provided by Congress. After Congressional con- firmation, Nixon would resign and the new appointee would take over as president. Clifford adds that the appointee should agree not to accept a 1976 nation. "The promotion of Mr. Agnew to the presidency would result only in a truncated operation composed of the remnants of the Nixon administration." What is needed is "a new, clean slate, a new White House staff, a new justice department, a new, experienced and re- spscted head of the FBI." His plan "would assure him (Nixon) a place in history for his unselfish dedication to the nations good."