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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL PETS AND 5 Cfl S S BATES -Stanley iroudly an heir secoix 8 Ibs. 12 lune 16, 1 St. Michae Lethbridge, SIAMESE KITTENS FOR sal" Phone CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS 3R PATIOS PROMPT SERVICE, GUARANTEED WORKMAN; HIP PHONE iia-na. CERTIFIED NURSING AIDES RE-aulred for lull time and holiday relief, phone 234-3955. Apply Blunl's Nursing Home, SI., Ftrl DOBERMAN PUPS. NO pwrs. Plione 231-JlBa or iSjVFort Macleod. REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, oarnoe, kitchens, cabinets, bathrooms, ceramic tile. Town or coun-rv. Phone 328-2071. LONG- HAIRED DACH-shund tstendard) puppies. week! old J75. Acmaira Kennels Reg'o., Box Acme, Alta 61 TEACHERS PAINTING AND 1103 7 Ave. S. Phone 327-6473, aler p.m. BURDETT SCHOOL REQUIRES THE SERVICES OF A HALF-TlWiG TEACHER TO TEACH JUNIOR HIGH ENGLISH WITH SOME SOCIAL STUDIES FOR THE 1912-TO3 SCHOOL TERM. APPLY IMMEDIATELY TO: C. R. ELLE, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA SMOOTH FOX TERRI-er pupplei, eight weeks old. Ac-milla Kennels. Box I7f, Acme. Alberla MS-2377. WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG. ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. pupplei for sale. Sail and pepper RJIHBOW PAINTING AND DECOR, color. Phone 327.32W evenings. j atlng Wau paper, vinyl and ling. Free estimate. Phone KENNELS" ALL SIZE dogs. Excellent care. Please BooK ahead. Phone MMM3 Jaw or vrlle C-. A. Addy, BOX 172, BATHROOMS, KIT-nens, recreation rooms. NSTALLATION Gt storm form doers, door locks, awnings. FREE ESTIMATES ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. Cor. 2nd Ave. I3lh St. S. Lethbrldge Phone 338-3301 PRINCIPALSH1P MILK RIVER JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADES SEVEN TWELVE PRESENT STAFF BUSINESS away at Thursday, barmen G of 77 years Mrs. M a Resdymad ments will completed. LTD., Dire vice. MILLER 20, 1972, C years, bel Agnes Mi vices at t Church, S Rev. M. CAFE FOR SALE. GOOD revenue. Selling due to health reason. Write Box Herald. SALE WELL ESTABLISHED Accounting practice, located In sou perience and quail Ffc-illcns Including references, lo: Garileld PoWIn, Superintendent of Schools Ccunly ol Warner No. 5 Phone 642-3636 Residence 642-3778 C 2692 1 SALE CHOCOLATE BAR vending machine and hot drlnV vending rnachlr.5. Phone 223-3WS, NUMBERS 43, 68, 76, 91, 102, 103, 117, 123, 132 I3S, SALE COFFEE MACHINES. Good return lor small investment. FoVfurther details writs Box 124, DR. ELLIOTT SCHOOL LINDEN leaeher required Jo teach the following: Senior High or Science complete with all fixtures and equipment. Lease of premises a reasonable rental. Phone 327.0844 or Located on 131h Street Nor h n Lelhbridge. AIMrla. NOTICE WATER RESOURCES ACT Holice Is hereby given 1hat Drl-Lanc Feeders Lid. has tiled an applicailo and plans under previsions of T h Water Resources Act to construct MANUFACTUR Ing company has opening for disln butorshlps in the Lelhbridge area Above overage income. Investmen secured. Write 77 Hontfoid Close Mdny. S3, 1972 1HE LETHSRIDGE HWAID 23 BIRTH and Mrs. ozs., born Friday, DEATHS ETTA P a s s c d the residence on June 22, 1972, Mr. Giacchetta ot DEATHS IIARKER El ma Miller, passed away in Cardslon on Wednesday, June 21st, 1972, at the age of 81 years, beloved wife of Earl Barker of Ma- grath. Mrs. Ilarker was born in Lchi, Utah, January 16th, 1891 and came to Canada as a small girl around the turn of the century settling in the Ma- gralh area with her parents. She married Earl Harker in 1911 and to this union was born eight children, six boys and two girls. They celebrated their Diamond Anniversary in May of 1971. She was an active member of ihe LDS Send complete applicatloi erences and reports to: Accounting vjilh rcf- G. A. WILSON SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS THREE HILLS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 40 BOX 310 TROCHU, ALBERTA _ Resdymade. Funeral arrange- j Church. She leaves to mourn ill be announced when j her ryssing besides her loving ,r i iusband; (jve sons, Elaine and Doug of Magrath, Golden of algary, Lee and Ted of Leth- tridge; two daughters, Mrs. n. (Ruth) Barter of Call ornia and Mrs. Wilson (Jean) Voodger of Montana; 34 grand- C2729 Juno R. tNIC THE SKIFF DIST-1 from an underground source on Ihe 34.4-17.4 (or slockwaterlng pur- Vny person having B bona tide Interest n the maUer may file obiecllons with he Director of Waler Resources, DE- >arfment cf The Environment, MlJncr lultding, Edmonton on of before 2-dh day of July, 1972. J60 floods youT W'repalr wort ib i, also the place In which to do II. service Is a going concern and is lor sale of renl. Health problems require i change of pact, so if you would like to work lor yourself, I got. us over VJe are reasonable. J- K- Wlllow, prone Sklfl. 4226-24 TEACHER VACANCIES 1972-73 SCHOOL TERM TWO ONE YEAR POSITIONS AT THE LEVEL ARE NOW OPEN AS A RESULT OF LEAVE OF ABSENCES GRANTED. APPl ICATION FORMS ARE AVAIL- ABLE THROUGH CENTRAL OFFICE. DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLI- CATIONS SET FOR JULY 71 h, Apply lo: Garth Smith Secretary-Treasurer Taber R.C.S.S. District No. 54 Box 279 Taberv Alberta 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elllo! lalli you Tiow. Phone 3I8-3M6, Columbia School cf Broadcasting. 9175-lf EARN MONEY IN SPARE TIME Msn or Women to re-slock. end collect money from Nev; Type high duality coin-operated dispensers In your area. No selling. To qualify, must heve car, cterencss, slow to S3MO cash. Seven hours weekly can net ex- cellent Incom eslabllsh your rtew More "lull time. Wi roule. For personal In- Including phone num. B. V DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED Dept. "A" 1163 TKumseh Road, East WINDSOR 20, Ontario. 63 MUSIC TEACHERS BE TEACHING PIANO IN Cwfdale commencing Se pi ember. Con- tact Lfrxla [AllerD Schmcld at 3JS- SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. (Established 1927) PHONE 328-3331 "lisl wilh Ihe Leader" jrday at 2 p.m., Bateman officiat- ing. Interment Archm o u n t Cemetery, Lcthbridge. In lieu of flowers, if desired; donations may be made to the Heart Fund or charities of your choice. The VULCAN FUNER- AL HOME, in charge rangemenls. TENDERS SEALED TENDERS Addressed to Ihe undersigned and marked "Tenders (or Garbage Collection and Scaveng- ng" be received up lo o'ctr-1- noon, Mountain Daylight Saving T3r on June 30, 1J72. Tenders should quote monlhly yearly price for Ihe collection of garbage and scavenging wllhln thft Hamlet ol Hillcrest, Alberta, and ihe area known as River Eotlom, Ihe Mamie! rf Hillcrest. Details ot 1he requlremenls and )ndlUonJ of trie contract may be stained tram the undersigned or Improvement District Administrator, Deportment of Municipal Affairs, Medicine Hat, Alberts. C2728 THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBR1DGE PHASE II LIGHTING AND BLOCK HEATER INSTALLATION INVITATION TO TENDER i Sealed tenders marked "University t of Lethbrldge Phase M Lighting and 1 Block Healer Instaltallon" will be re- I celved until p.m. Mountain Day- I light Time on Monday, July ID, 1972, in restaurant, 30 miles easlai thB physica[ Admlnlstrallon OCKEY Roy E., passed away suddenly in Cardston on Wednesday, June 21st, 1972 at the age of'69 years, beloved hus- band of Olive M. Ockey of Card- ston. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wile one daughter, Mrs. James (Shirley) Paul of Lethbridge and a son, Eddie ol Cardston; 10 grandchildren and four sis ters. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake LDS Chapel on Saturday, June 24th at p.m., with Bishop Don- ald Shaw officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their re- spects from prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of. the church. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- DEATH WALKER Ardath, passed away in Cardston on Wednes- day, June 21st, 1972, at the age of 64 years, beloved wife oi Charles Walker of Cardslon. 3he leaves to mourn her pass- ing besides her loving husband, three daughters, Mrs. Ronalc (Verda Jean) Cosgrove of Leth- bridge, Mrs. Gary (Charlene! Conrad of Pincher Creek anc Mrs. Stan fArdene) Bishop of Calgary; eight grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Car (Verda) Peterson of Price Utah and Mrs. Gordon (Caro- line) Begg of Calgary; (we brothers, George Turner o Raymond and Fred Turner o Taber. Funeral services will be held in the Fourth Ward LDS Chapel (on the South Hill) on Saturday at 3 p.m., with Bisho W. John Hollingsworth official iug. Interment will follow in th Cardston Cemetery. CHRIS TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST BLACK PONY. IN. COAL- hurst-Monarch area. Phone 327-9832. 4323-2 i cf Uthbndge on Ko. 3 Highway. Mas two addiMonal dining rooms, plenty of parking space, alr-eonditloned, ex- cellent business posslbllllta. cross sales Liquor license approved- Sjacs fcr ments In the basement. For further details Cell Henry Morgan at M.L.S- UOST GREEN AND YELLOW Leader Irlcycle. Glacier Road area. Irlcycle. J27-8311. 66 PERSONAL EMERY'S BOOKING SERVICE Dance groups for all occasions. Wed- dings, clubs, etc. Phone 323-2867. WORKING MAN, EARLY 4K, lonely, mnrrfagfr vnlncled Would to meet lady. One child welcome. Own and car. Write box HI, Her- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS problem. Anyone with a drlnklni Phone or 3JS after a.m. IIU. KU KLUX KLAN Information about our organliaHon P.O. Box 22JB, Calgary T2P 3M4 COUPLE IN SOS WOULD SUPPLY gas, elc. for trip to Disneyland, Las and vp the coast. 10 to 14 days, mfd-July. Phone 4248-1-1 74 IOANS ft INVESTMENTS TO BUY SCHWARTZ AGENCIES mm LIMITED College Mall. Phone 328-3331 The wildest facility available. We con- FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 8JI, LETH- BRIDGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY. 327- 6592; JEAN, 1UMH1 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALLIMG, TAPING, SPRAYING BUYING A HOME? The Bank of Montreal das tailored a special program to mafce life Insured loans available to existing and pro- spective home owners against first or second mortgages, For full Information, intact the neares! Bank erf Montreal KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE M3-B962. C37S1-H SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, seals, daters, etc. Sarneday service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- VICES on all makes of washers ancf dryers, auromalic or conventional. Alsc small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob loo large or loo small. LETKBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 90S 3rd Ave. 327-44K. C73S3II 70 GARDENING FRANK'S ROTOTILUNG PROMPT tervke. Phone Home Mortgages Available to Or More Reduce payments by more than 50 per cent and repay according to your qualWed budget. No special qualifications. If you have equily In your home, call a MIDTOWN man today. For confidential appointment In the privacy of your PHONE N. J. GIESBRECHT 327-2181 Evenings and Weekends 328-0005 M1DTOWN MORTGAGE neral Service. C2731 FUNERAL ELLIOTT Funeral service for Lana Marie Elliott, beloved infant daughter of Kenneth and Wendy Elliot of Warner, was held at'4 p.m. Friday, June 16 1972, at Warner wilh Bishop Howard Hamling officiating Interment was in the Warner Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. leral Services. C273C children and 23 great-grand-1 HOME LTD., Directors of Fu children. She was predeceased ty one son, Blair, who was kill- ed in action overseas. Funeral services will be held in Ihe Ma- jrath LDS Chapel on Saturday, June 24th at 2 p.m. with Bishop R. Mark Dahl officiating. In- :ennent will be iu the Magrath Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their re- spects from 1, p.m. prior to the service in the Seminary Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2732 FUNERAL CONRAD Funeral servic or Ida Muhlestein Conrad, b oved wife of the late Aith Marion Conrad who died a Taber Saturday, June 17, 197 at the age of 86 years, was hel at 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 2 1972, in the Taber Church Christ of Latter Day Sain Chapel wilh Bishop Roy E. Ha ris officiating. Pallbearers we Bruce and William Conrad, D vicl and Dale Grant, Ho McMurre, and Gerald Eic horn. Interment was In th family plot in the Taber Men orial Gardens. Christensen Sa mon Funeral Home Ltd., D ectors of Funeral Service, w in charge of the arrangement LONG WAY FROM HOME MADRID (Reuter) An An arclic penguin bas been pick up from Ihe sea off Spanish S hara in northwest Africa. T penguin, believed to have fall overboard from a freighter the Atlantic, has been taken Lanzarote in the Canary Islanc FUNERAL .ORENCZ Requiem mass r Frank Lorencz, beloved usband ot Mrs. Barbara Lor- ;z of 626 9th St. S., who died the city Friday, June 16, 172, at the age of 82 years, as said at 10 a.m. Tuesday, une 20, 1972, in St. Patrick's oman Catholic Church with ev. M. Gillis Ihe celebrant, onorary pallbearers were aurie Hay, Peler Lazaruk, eorge Lorencz, Bill Powell, endcl Ncmclh and Alan Koe- en. Acllve pallbearers were randsons Henry Nemeth, Lar- and Greg Lazaruk, Bryan oenen and Barry and' Wayno Interment was in the lount Calvary section of Moun- ain View Cemetery. Christen en Salmon Funeral Home Lid., ireclors of Funeral Service, as in charge of Ihe arrange- ents. CARD OF THANKS PRINS We wish to express ur heartfelt thanks and ap- preciation to all the friends and eighbors who cdlcd, sent cards lowers and feed, and to al who helped in any way during >ur recent bereavement. H. Prins and family. 4302 LORENCZ The family o he late Frank Lorencz woult ike to send heartfelt tnsnks t everyone at St. Michael's Hos Blal; also to relatives an riends who were so kir.( Special thanks to Christensen Salmon, Father Gillis and every one who sent flowers and cards 433 IN MEMORIAM PISKO In loving memor of a dear mother and grant mother, Anna Marie Pisko, wh passed away June 22, 1969, No space of time, no lapse years can dim the treasu ed past, A loving memory keeps dear, affection holds fast. If we were asked our deares wish, with fervent lip would pray, Oh God, him back the han rollers, chain savrt, hedge trimmers, paint sprayers, ladders, Jenls, etc. at Wards Renfals. Phane 338-8775. J71! ?nd Ave. S. Open 7 p.m., ex- cept Sundays and holidays. 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRESH FRYERS. PAN READY ON dozen lols- 47 cenls per Ib. Free delTv- ery. Also custom kfrilng. H, Dyck, GARAGE BUILDING C E M H Ml woik and stuccoing, Anderson and Sorer.son Conslrucllon, 10M 7IS s. Phone CW FRED 5TEINER CEMENT WORK, old basemepls dug, proofing. IP' sured, tree estlmslEi. Phone ALL R E PAIRS CAR PENTRY roofing spec Fa I i zing In chimneys, brick cement blocks, cement finishing, slue tcing, firepfacei, house j-ahfng, 314 C2241-I C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTAL. Gravel leveling. Compact Ton equip- ment. Concrete equipment. C o r r ft cleaning. Phone 338-J'6S. 1410 3nt Ave. S. CM9-I FENCES, SIDEWALKS, PATIOS driveways, garages, cupboards, tram ing, linishfng and form work. Free et- Guaranteed workmanship. No rob too small. Phona 328-0987 or 345 Simpsons-Sears Dry Anli-Perspirant Reg. 1.29 6 oz. can. hours. Checks perspiration wetness for Beauly and Health Aquamarine Protein Creme Rinse Plan protest MONCTON, N.B. (CP) A citizens committee on bilingual- ism plans a peaceful demonstra- tion here next month to renew its demands for bilingual serv- ices in this city where about -10 per cent of the population is French-speaking. Sylvia Savoie, committee chairman, said today it was "obvious" that city council was doing nothing to solve the prob- lem of bilingual services in the city. Mr. Savoie said his committee wants answers from city council on whav its ad hoc commitleo on bilingual services has He said the council committee had met only once. _______ 08' Reg. Hos special conditioner that leaves hoir silky and more manageable- 14 Beauly and Health White Velvet Dish Detergent 77" Reg. 98c Contains lanolin, so it's kind to your hands. 32 oz. container. Beauly and Health Lady Kenmore Electric Curlers 10 Reg. 14.99 2O roller set with 5 oz, spray conditioner. Quick easy in minutes. Beauty and Health White Costume Jewellery Price Choose from brooches and rings, all reduced to clear. Jewellery Dept. Craftsman Tool Box 699 [deal for Ihe home handyman. Comes In col- ors of Green, Red, Yellow, Orange and Grey. Hardware Depl. Craftsman Drive Sockets. Ea. 44g Drive Sockets, Ea. Drive Sockets, Ea. Hardware Dept Crysta Glassware of Distinction Reg. 4.89 PJnwheel patlcrn, set of A glasses. Include OfJ Fashioned, Sherry, Liqeur, Wine, Sherbet, Hi Ball and Brandy. China and Glauwore Bedding Out Plants Reg. 2 for 88c...... .Shop early for this super special. While quan- tities last. Garden Supplies Primus Cooler and Tank Combination 17 Reg. Can be used for both cooking or heating and lank is refillabfe. Sporting Goods Canoe Paddles 5 ft. length Reg. 4 fl. length Reg. One piece canoe poddies are mocfe of wood ancf have a wide blade. Sporting Goods .99 3.98 Sears Electric Knife 27- Reg. 29.93 2 position blade and has detachable cord- Handy storage case. Avocado and While. Small Appliances Kotex 48's Sanitary Napkins 1 Reg. Feel safe and protected all day long. Beauty and Health Wilson K-28 Golf Balls 8. I Liquid centre golf balls with Cadwell cover for extra distance and durability. Sporting Goods .88 IWW Ture Flyte Golf Balls Reg. dor. DOZEN Sure Flyle golf balls are cut proof and a special tough vulcanized cover- Sporting Goods Quality Costs No More At Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 o.m. lo p.m. ThurxJay and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centra Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;