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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, JuM f. Wl TMI lITMMWOI HMAU 2t 65 HILF WANTED SALESPERSON FOR PART TIME work. Apply Quality Dr.v.. WANTED PERSONNEL FOR TIRE In Good company btntflti. Phont W4-J55J, Viuxhtll. FEKOLOT WORKER YEAR ROUND. Location milt from city limits. Somt knowledge of cattle preferred, dtpendtnt en experience. Phont P'm' 4011-9 _ 327-: IMS d -25M> HIGH school or youth under 11 to as- sist Professional Model Photographer with younger modtls. Start aporox. July i. Travelling involvtd. Rtply age, phone. Include with resume to Box H Calstry Herald, Aita. REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY MECHANIC 1-SECOND AND THIRD YEAR AP- PRENTICE Excellent earning potential with good fringe benefits. Apply Mr. Ben MaUryK, Service Manager FESTIVAL FORD SALES Red Deer, Alberta. 4051-11 Gaetz Ave., 344-6613. MECHANIC The City of Lettibrldse PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT requires an AUTO- MOTIVE MECHANIC who must capable of maintaining making and minor repairs and per- fuming other duties In a garage as required by equipment WAGE per hour. HOURS OF WORK Shift work, a.m. to 4 p.m.; 4 p.m. to p.m QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants mus' possess a certificate of preflcleneyas in automotive mechanic for Alberta For further Information and applies, tlon forms contact: PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Applications will not be accepted after 13, 1573. SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR CLERK STENOGRAPHER CLERK 61 DOMESTIC BABYSITTER TO lyi. South sldt. Phont p.m. MATURE BABYSITTER TO COME Ave' S" PJSK Shift work. 3889-8 RESPONSIBLE PART TIME HOUSE- position. Phont BABYSITTER TO COME IN, WEEK days Abstainer. Phont 32B-OW9, eve- nings. 375B-? WANTED RELIABLE BABYSITT- Lake- er for occasional babyslttirm.Late mount Blvd. Phont 328-1612. 3873-12 HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED AT NEW motel now open. Experience preferred. Mayor Magrath Drive and 7th Ave. S DivU. 459.0100. C9893-16h 329-0100. BABYSITTER TO COME IN, 8 A.M.- S p.m. Ten weeks, frcm June 10 to August 25. Prefer student or retired person. Live-in csn arranged. Wnte Sox 130, Herald. 3634-9 FULL TIME LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEP- ir required to care for elderly lady In her modest, new ad.tuj.eth- bridge home. erences and ferred. To arrange for Interview phone 328-1820 or reply in writing with resume to Box 143, Herald. 3763-9 Mature woman with ref- drlvlng experience 69 FARM EXPERIENCED FARM HELP wanted Phone 732-4650, Picture INDIVIDUAL TO DO CHORES ON ranch milking and yard work. Phone 758-6682, Magrath. 3805-8 DAIRY AND GENERAL FARM help Phone RH. Boulton 328-5497 or five miles north of Canada Dressed Meats. 79 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone 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 FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH- ALBERTA. 6292; JEAN, 327-8340. SHIRLEY, 327- 1686-tfh 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 323-8962. C3751-tf AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRIC lawn mower rebuilding service. Sarc Repair Ltd., 101) 3rd Ave. S 327-2656. 2093-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, 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 all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No IOB too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. 327-4456. C7353-tf 84 GARDENING TOP SOIL AND WELL ROTTED MA- nure Phdne 3283289 2013-1f MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE trimming and fell- 7030-tf estimates. Pruning, ing. Call 328-209'. SOMEONE TO DO CUSTOM FARMING in Dawson Creek B.C area. Have combining, cultivating, plowing to do. Steady work. Apply H. Matteott. Farms Ltd., 970 Mayor Mag rath Drive. Phone 327-7191. 3468-11 RELIABLE PERSON FOR RANCH and farm work. Some riding exner- lence. Ability with haying machinery necessary. Room and board with ranch family in fcothills. Phone 234-2237, Granum. 4053-11 is a position open in the Leth bridge Police Department fcr SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR, STENOSRAPHER. HOURS OF WORK Shift work (five days, 37'A hours a (Including 12 midnight to 8 a.m. SALARY W05 to monthly. QUALIFICATIONS Applicant mus ba prrficient in typing, have a goo: knowledge of general off.c routine and experienced in operating swltchoiard preferred. For further information and applica- tion forms contact. PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Applications will not be accepted aftsr June 13, 1973. C9883-9 RANCH HAND REQUIRED Youtn- ful person for 600 foothills ranch west of Calgary to work under exper- ienced foreman. This is a permanent and a real opportunity for a per- son with farm cr ranch background to Isarn ranching business. Reply in own handwriting, stating experience, education, two references and wages you exoect to Simpson Ranchino Ltd., Box 5220, Station A, Calgary, Alberta. LANDSCAPING, cr turfed) Free 328-7672 LAWNS, estimates. SEEDED Phone 3SS2-13 PRUNING AND DEAD moval. 7672. Free estimates. TREE RE- Phone 328- 3893-13 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORfGAGES All types of mortgage financing: in small new and oTd Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. south, 328-3251. C7769-lt "MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 -7th St. S. Phone 328-554S CMU-tf 90 CONTRACTS REMODELLING OR NEW. SUNNY South Construction Ltd. Phone ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK. Gocd workmanship and prompt ser- vice. Reasonable. 327-3316. 3221-8 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NCT CHANG- NG. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- 5745. C1936.M ALL REPAIRS-CARPENTRY. ROOK ing specializing in chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cement finishing stuc- fireplaces, house raising coing. moving 328 0264. and C8745-M FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. Concrete-patios, sidewalks, drives, etc. Haulmg Jim 328-3981 2480A-rt GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK 327-6682. Homes only PRIVATE Complete painting ser- vice Reasonable rates. work. For free estimates phone 328-0363. FRED STE1NER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free es'imates. Phone -6. C3661-M EIGHT H.P ROTOTILLER FOR fsst and efficient service phone 328j PUBLIC NOTICES Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS ERICKSON A memorial service for Elmsr Erickson, who died by accident on Friday, June to be held at Noble- ford United Church on Sunday, June 10, at p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Noble- ford United Church. Officiating ministers Rev.AJbert Baldeo, Rev. C. Carnachan and Mr. Bill Calderwcod. CARDS OF THANKS THE WRITING ON STONE RIDIXG ASSOCIATION wish- es to thank all those people who helped with the rodeo, par- ade ar.d dance at Writing on Stone June 2nd and 3rd. 4060-9 Liberals, Tories band together MULGREYV On this, the occasion of our wedding anni- versary, r would like to public- Ilv thank my wife Rose for put- 1 ting up with me for the past 16 years, and I look forward to TUDOR Passed away sud-, many more, denly in the city on V.'ednes-, Mulgrew, day, June 6, 1973, Jocklyn Mur- ray Tudor at the age of four I years, beloved daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Dave Vandervoort of 1227 Glacier Drive. Born in Lethbridge, Jaeklyn lived all her life in southern Alberta. Besides her parents she is sur- vived by one sister, KristyLea at home; her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Fairies 01 Leth- bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Elza Tu- dor of Lethbridge. Mrs. E. White, East Rochester, N. York and by her great grand- mother, Mrs. Ruth Fames of Lethbridge. The funsral ser- 4061 IN MEMORIAMS ERICKSON In loving memory of a dear daughter Bcrnie-Lcu Erickson, who pass- ed away on June 8, 1952. remembered and Loved Dad, Goalen 4032 ?.IAROSEVICH In loving msmcry of a dear husband, fslher and grandfather; Matt CLAIMANTS L' vice will be held on Saturday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. 1June MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 -13th Marcsevieh, who passed away 8, ROTOT1LLING, LANDSCAPING AND new lawns seeded. Phsne ROTOTILLING, LAWKS PUT IN, GENEP-AL LAWN AND GARDEN CARE. FREE ESTIMATES. PHONE 377-8063. 310322J BEDDING-OUT PLANTS, BEAUTI- ful and sircno. Special close-out prices Len's Greenhouse, ecrcss irom Red As.i Pile, east Coalhurst 4037-1 WILL CUT LAWNS FOR ALL OR part of su-nmer. or information, prices, pa: phone su 327-2567, after 5 30 p m. 71 TEACHERS WANTED The Lethbridge Catholic Separate School District No. 9 and the Lethbridge Pre-School Services will hire a Speech Therapist To start work with tha oasrang cf tciiMl on the 21st August, 1573. i Qualified people should send resumes DRIED GROUND MANURE, IN PLAS- tic baas each Free delivery. Phone Coalhurst Greenhouse In the Estate cf Andrew Brvoo late of tne dry of Lethbridge, Province of Alberta, Retired Barns- in the hTOVliiLt: w .u, ter End Scl'.citor, who died en the dsy cf February. A.D 1973. TAKE NOTICE thai sil persons havma lit ms narred mu cc-npany by AC upon Iho estate of the above must filo The Royal Trust tie loth of ju.y. A fu" statement of their claim and of securities he'd bv them. Hogg, i St. N.. with Rev. Ken Jordan 4h" officiating. Interment will fol- j low in Mountain View Csme- j tery. Friends may pay their j respects at Martin Bros. MEM-1 ORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th S'- N.: phone 328-2361. MARTIN VIRTUE COMPANY the Executcrs The Royal Trust Company Tin Fourth Avenue Souch LETHBP.1DGE, Alberta Lika falling leaves th go by But love and memories never die. remembered by family. OTTAWA (CP) In a rare of pariiaaentaty eration, the Conservatives and the Liberate have joined forces in pushing for a off- shore fishing limit. Their agreement in the Com- mons Thursday seemed to pave the way for a strong Canadian presentation to the 1974 Law-of- the-Sea conference in Chile, where Canada will attempt to persuade the United States, the Soviet Union and other nations to stop harvesting Canadian fish. The House was debating a Conservative motion saying management of continental shelf resources should be the responsibility of a coastal state and that other nations should need special permission to tres- pass. Although there was general .agreement on the motion itself, debated without a vote, there was much disagreement on whose idsa it represented. Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield says it originated with his party; Environment Minis- ter Jack Davis claims it for the Liberals. OUTLINED PROPOSAL Outlined two weeks ago in a speech at St. Andrews, N.B., by Mr. Davis, Canada's proposal is control of the fisheries up to 200 miles off-shore. H the continen- tal shelf happened to exceed otal slope. Brunswick that limit, as it in tin At- [antic, the rights would x> the cootinwJUl In his New Bru the cnviioaowiit ninfetcr auf- gated tbe Conservativet bad beco niggarffly; they bad pro- posed only a 50-mile limit. Mr. Stanfield said "nwraday his party recommended coofr nental-shelf jurisdiction lot au- tumn. TTie Conservative Iowa, wholeheartedly endorsed by New Democrats and Social Creditors, also stressed meed for increased patrolling of fishing grounds to ensure are no violations. 'In implementation of this Mr. Stanfieid said in Ms motion, "Canada must pro- vide adequate surveillance so that swift action can be taken when Canadian interests are threatened. CITES ICELAND This prompted visions of "gunboat diplomacy" similar to that used by Iceted to scare trespassing British fishing boats. L "Can anyone blame them for the action tfcey have taken against the United asked Jack Marshall Humber-St. George's-St. He said Newfoundland fishermen, like their Icelandic counterparts, are fighting for survival. his 4091 BROS. LTD Directors of the Funeral Service. J7 For Good Selection Bedding-Out Plants Apply Dan's Greenhouse U Mile East of Stockyards 3306-if INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS 18th St. S., Lethbrldge, Alberta. City of Lethfridge INSPECTION AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT an INSPECTOR OF BUILD- INGS. Applicant must have ability to meet the public, work independant.y when inspecting new construction for compliance xvith building regulations ar.d checking of building plans and related duties. HOURS CF WORK 8 o'clock a.m. to p.m., Monday through Friday. SALARY to monthly. QUALIFICATIONS Grade and two years technical training in build- ing construction, in addition, two years experience In building construction is preferred. For further information and appl.ca- lon forms contact PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL ill not accepted after Applications June 13, W C5907-9 L.TOU7-T Chier Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone 328-0924 TENDERS Tenders will ts received SSE MOLNAR Passed aw ay i suddenly on Thursday, June 7, by the 1973, Mr. Joseph Suhajda Mcl- 3 00 p.m. deposit c, GLENDINMNG In loving j memory cf a d'Ear son, brother C9911' and uncle, Wilfred pass-, I ed cway June 8. 1834. S He was always quiet kind, but true He never deserved what he 1 wer, through. and remembered Security tight andt routes on Hdur ct 326 Bth St. S Bfn, raised and eaucatcd in .Hun- gary, the late Mr. Molnar cams to Canada in the mid-1920's. He never membered by his saw Lilian, her family and triads in England JERUSALEM West German Chancellor Willy Brandt held detailed discussions today with Israeli Premier Golda Meir on the Middle East situation, the Common Market and bilateral relations. (Reuter) after arrival was to go to the Yad Vashem memorial to the six million Jews who died at the hands of the Nazis. He took part in a brief service and laid a wreath. In an unexpected gesture, the The two leaders, who met pri-1 chancellor read Psalm 103 in The following teachers are required fcr I97J-74 school term at. SENATOR GERSHAW HIGH SCHOOL BOW ISLAND J. Teachsr Librarian 2. Music Band Teachers who are able to teach Bio also, w.ll Le given special con- sideration for the above positions. Apply to: C. R Elle, Superintendent Schools County cf Forty Mils No. 8 I Foremsst, Alberta ToK 0X0 C982311 MOWERS Sales Parts and Service KOY TRADES ACCEPTED HEPP'S INDUSTRIES LTD. 327-2533 any tender may not accepted Tenders snsll be addressed 3. Wr Jce Ltchansky, Ell's Club, 1251 3rd Ave S Lctncndge, Alcerta. survived by one son Joseph of' of a dear Calgary: one brother in Brazil i Monty a> ne. and three sisters 4093 HOOT In loung memory r.ephew and who 1 vately Thursday spon after Country. Foquicm Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at 10.30 a.m m St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Rev. the Old j away" June 8. 1971. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Father M. Gillis O..M.I. celc- AND CLAIMANTS SURROGATE COURT OF THE INFORMATION SUPERVISOR is a position open in the City of Lethbrldqe COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT for an INFORMATION SUPERVISOR. Duties are to include the administra- tion of ttie landlord and tenant by-law, co-ordination of housing applications, provisions of Information on all as- btct cf city living and the develop- ment of a data bank for the identi- fication and evaluation of community needs and resources. SALARY to per annum QUALIFICATIONS Graduation in social work with a minimum of three yetrs related experience cr equi- valent combination of education and experience For further Information and applica- tion forms contact the PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Picture Butte Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 79 Requires for 1573-74 school term half time teacher for St. Catherine's School, Picture Butte. Will bs expected to teach music and I other Junior High Schcol subjects. APPLY TO. MRS M. V.'OJTOWICZ SECRETARY TREASURER PICTURE BUTTE RCSSD NO. P.O. BOX PICTURE 6UTTE, ALBERTA C5E66-9 Stil! Available! EVERGREENS SHADF TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWER'NG SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA. 345-4623 CLOSED SUNDAYS CBWO.tf 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Apflcations June 13, 1973. not accepted after C9509-9 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL SECRETARY DICTAPHONE, SHORT- hanO Experienced preferably. Write Box 57, Lethfcrldge. RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST Large manufacturing company re- quires the services of a Receptionist- Typist to be responsible fcr telephone switchboard and some clerical and typing duties. Typing experience pre- ferable and helpful. Duties to commence as soon as possi- ble. This Is a full time position in a modern office at Notleford, with a day wwk excellent company l-eneflts and good salary. Please send resume to or contact: The Office Manager NOBLE CULTIVATORS LIMITED P.O. Box 60, Nobleford, Alfcxsrta Telephone: 824-3222 C9WM1 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL EXPERIENCED required. Apoly in person after p m. Shanghai Chop Suey. C9B18-11 PERSON INTERESTED IN LEARN- inn to cook. No exotrience VM will train you. Good salary for right PIMM apply to Mr. Hoter, El Rancho Metor Hott' BOX REPLIES too 113 118 m IM 139 County of Vulcan No. 2 is seeking applicants for the following positions: 1. ACTING Central High fcr 1973-74 schocl year A 27 teacher junior-senior high school located in the town of Vulcan. 2 ACTING PRINCIPAL for Arrow- School commencing September 4, 1973. This is an 8'j teacher ele- mentary junior high school located in the town of Arrow.vocd. Please submit an up-to-date resume of traininq and past experience 1o Sup- erintendent of Schools, Box 180, Vulcan, C9E94-9 HEALTHY STARTED poults Phone 234 37d6, TURKEY Fort Maclsod 2200-tt FARM FRESH YOUNG FRYERS AND roasters. Pan resdy 53 cents per Ib Tree Killm- H DVCK Ccaldale, C9684-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES PET QUALITY, WHITE, YEAR OLD, male Toy Poodle Phone 408E-9 JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET CLIP- ING SERVICE FOR APPOINT- MENT PHONE 52J-3763 :126-tth FOR SALE MALE BLUEP01NT Siamese kitten, eioht weeks old. Phone 323 E5J6 2741 9 REGISTERED WHITE TOY POODLE In the Allen, late cf Barons, in the Province Alberts, Warned Woman, who d.ed branl Interment will follov; in j picture Your end was very sudden. It mace us wesp and cry, Ih2 saddest part of all, Monty You never said good-bye. Each time we see your the Mount Calvary saction, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pav their respscts You seem to smile and say Don't I'm only sleeping raA3lfmE i S'ftS'ihKveTSpSl CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S.: phone 328-2351. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeial Service. C9912 Brandt arrived on his visit to Israel, were accom- panied today by their top ad- visers for the talks in Mrs. Meir's well-guarded office. Earlier this morning, the chancellor called on Israeli President Ephriam Katzir, who presented him with a old glass vase. The routes that Brandt has been taking in Jerusalem are heavily guarded by armed po- lice, jeep patrols and helicop- ters. However, there were no incidents and no sign of the the right- eousness of God in tbe face of iniquity. Denies report From AP-REUTER SAIGON (CP) South Viet- nam officially denied today that it would refuse to sign any document worked out in Paris by Henry Kissinger and Hanoi's Le Due Tho. and I of securities held b WELBOURN MALONEY Bsrnsters and Solicilors p O Box 1300 Clareshclm, Alberta Solicitors for the Administrator J22 UNITED IRRIGATION DISTRICT INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders loving care. Fcr you will never knc heartache 'Til you know that he's not there. v e r remembered and sadly missed by Darlene, Bill. Dion. 3935 of demonstrators who! "tle I paraded Thursday with banners recalling the Nazi persecution j of Jews. Brandt's first official act j Pattern Male. Excel'ent 2411 Phcr.e C2S- SVALL HALF POODLE PUPS Fe- males S10 each Phone 223-4221, Tobcr O69-11 S10n, BuJding, Leth- bridge, en or after Jun nth, 1973 upon dooosit of S2500 m rhEcue maie payable to the Bc.rd reserves the ncht to rejec' any c- all teoa-rs. The Board of Directors The United Irnoation District Glenwocd, Albejta. J21 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES PUREBRED MINIATURE POODLES S50 Phone Picture Dtt.e. 3921 9 BOXER FOR SALE 13 MONTHS, male. Farm home wanted. Phor2 752- 21 IE, Raymond, 40S5-9 HUNTING DOGS, GERMAN SHORT- hair-Elr.ck Lab cross pupp.es KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years Phone Bsby Centre 328-2109 C4658 tl _____ __ _ AFGHAN HOUND BLONDE, Scrrc obedience papers Le.ng pi cctssed. S50 Phoie _ _ W57-9 TAKE" o- S10 .090-1! 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT _ W A ITE SO VL E O N E TO all six Co I e Shepherd pjps eech. L Roth, east-Coalin rst 83 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES "FOR" SALE BEAUTY Blairrno-e, Alcerta Excellent bi n necs. Phone 562-27.U days, 'Jl 2507 evcninas 'TOWN OF BOW ISLAND INVITATION TO Seeled tenders v l> he ZfDST supply cf a Valt ton 'ruck, specifications as w'hrplbese <29 Inch Minimum 300 Inch FORMER BOOKING AGENT FROM Winnipeg Icoklng for rock musicians and rock groups to manage and book. Phont Graham Collins, 327-3365. 2558-13J EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHON6 328-2867. THE MOON GLOWS Music for all occasions PHONE DON CODY 327-6S92, AFTER 7 P.M 9701-tfh THE VARIETY MEN "Music For Everyone" DON JACKSON VOCALIST PHONE LEN 327-6817 OR ALF 328 2867 3599-1 fh 78 LOST AND FOUND LOST BROWN WALLET BELONG- Ing to R. Karl of Butte. Re- ward. 327-1141. 3674-8 LADY'S BULOVA WATCH LOST ON