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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETH8RIUGS HERAID Solurdoy, 24, 1971 based on merit and opportunities for odvoncement are excellent. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Those we arc seeking should pasiesi al least a year or two business ex< perience preferably in a financial selling. Previous training wilf carefully evaluared but in the final analysis maturity, iniliotive and a strong interest in working successfully wilh others will be Ihe most impor- tant criteria in selecting candidates. For further information telephone or write: B. K. WerthUr Employment Officer P.O. Bag 2534 Calgary 2, Albaila Telephone: 268-3184 ot call on any of our branch managers STAMKO In loving memory a dear daughter and sister, rs. Mary Lorclla Stanko, who assed away June 25, 19C9. Tite goMen gates stood open three years ago today, With farewell left unspoken, she softly slipped away. Somewhere beyond the Sunset where beauty never dies, You rest in a lovely garden God's golden skies. remembered and sadly missed by mama, dad and sister Minnie Waselcn- end sister Anna brother-in-law George Vasi! 4390 BRINDLEV In loving mem- ry of our dear mother anc alter. No length of time can take away Our thoughts of you from day to day. Though absent you are always near, Still loved, still missed, stil very dear. remembered and sadly missed by Nor ah Dennis and families. 440 IN MEMORIAMS STANKO In loving mem- ory of a dear wife, Mary Lor- clta Stanko, who passed away lime 25, 19B9, Past lier suffering, past Iwr pain, Cease to weep for tears are vaiu; who suffered is at rest, Gone to heaven wilh the blest. remembered by husband George. 4392 IN MEMORIAM OLNrVH in loving mem ory of our dear husband, fatter ar.d grandfather, E. Steve, who ossed away June 24, 1970. Tears in silence often flow Though you died two years We sat beside your bedside Our hearts were crushed and sore, We saw you slowly sinking, bnut knew we could do no more. You left a place no one can fill. We'll treasure your memory forever until we meet again. remembered by your wife, daughters, sons- in-law and grandchildren. VALE RIO In treasured memory of a beloved grand- daughter, Alvina, who passed away on June 24, 1971. Our hearts still ache with sadness, And secret tears still flow, What it meant to lose you, No one will ever know. When we are sed and lonely and everything goes wrong, We seem lo hear you whisper, Gicer up snd carry on. Each time we your picture. You seem and say, Don't cry I'm chly sleeping We'll meet again some day. remembered and sadly missed by Nona and Nonb. 4389 STANKO In loving mem- ory of a dear mother ond grand- mother, Mary Stanko, who pass ed away June 23, ISM. Forget you mom, we never will, For in our hearts you are with us still, Behind our smile there is many a tear For the mem we iost and loved so dear. Peacefully sleeping, free from Pain, We would not wake her to suffer again. remembered and sadly missed by her daughter Julie, Ed and family and sons Mike, Janey and family, Allan and Elsie. 4391 LEDGERWOOD In loving memory of William Harry Lcd- gerwood, who passed away June 23, 1967. They say that time will ease the pain and help us to for- But time so far !i a s only shown how much we miss you yet. We miss your smile, your voice, yo'ir talk, The things you used (o do. We miss the happy times we had, But mostly we miss you. missed by dad, Bob- by, Uncle Walt and fam- ilies. X3074 For her safety and HARDLITE 'Lenses Only half the weight on her pretty Shatterproof for maximum protection. warranty against eye injury. Protective lenses are Law in some countries advisable everywhere! Available in all prescriptions. Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Preictiptian Sunglastci Children's Ftamet ReaionabU Pricel OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. ST S LETHBHIDGE Phone 327 3609 Leoii Bibb files suit against oily VANCOUVER (CP) Leon Bibb, an internationally-known folk singer, has filed a suit in British Columbia Supreme Court asking unspecified dam- ages for false arrest and false imprisonment against the City of Vancouver, the Board of Pol- ice Commissioners and n for- mer city policeman, mcr city policeman. Mr. Bibb, -14, alleges he was falsely arrested and imprison- ed in August, 1971. Named as defendant in the suit filed Wednesday was form- er city police constable Robert James Burton. He left the force Aug. 25, 1971. No court date has yet been set for the action. Nixon removed ROCHESTER, N.Y. A federal court judge has re- moved President Nixon's name from the list of defendants named in an anti-war group's lawsuit. Judge Harold P. Burke of U.S. District Court said: "This court has no jurisdic- tion over the president of the United Slates." The suit seeks a court ordered end lo involvement in Vietnam. Re- maining as defendants are De.- fcnce Secretary Melvin P. Laird, Stale Secretary William P. Rogers and Willaim Porter, chief U.S. delegate to the peace talks in Paris. AIRPORT MANAGEMENT The Cily of Red Deer Tn- vites applications from mar- ried couples interested In providing management and maintenance services a I th Red Deer Industrial Airpo on a contract bas's. A hous will be provided ot the A port for use by Ihe succe: ful applicant. Please slate previous ex- perience and remuneration expected. ALL APPLICATIONS mus! be received by Jhe Personnel Officer by Noon, July 7, 1972. S-T-R-E-T-C-H SEW FABRICS 475 HOLIDAY VILLAGE PHONE 328-7843 BASIC 8 CRASH COURSES July 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20 a.m. to a.m. Aug. 7, 3, 9, 10, 14, IS, 16, 17 a.m. to p.m. 20% OFF ALL FABRICS EXCLUDING RIBBING and NOTIONS Bo sure to enter your nama for the daily draws June 26 lo Jung 30 for FREE Basic 8 Enjoy the freedom and comfort of long-wearing knits. LICENSED FRANCHISED INSTRUCTRESSES AIR CONDITIONED CLASSROOMS If you won't help now watch out later. Take a look at tomorrow. To create a belter future, we have to start right now. And have to start with our education system. The Commission on Educational Planning has made available its findings and proposals, in a book titled A Choice of Futures. And it's your choice. To agree or disagree with the Commission. Ortostand asideand letolhers decide the future for you. Without you. Take a few hours to get Jnlo the future, Read A Choice of Then decide for yourself. A Choice of Futures. A full color book about Alberta, Albertans, their future And ihc future of Iheir educational system. Mail this coupon and a 55.00 cheque or money order payable to the Provincial Treasurer to: i The Queen's Printer for Alberta, J15JQ i Kingsway Avenue, Edmonton. T5G 2Yi. r Vlc-isc send copies. NAME____ print) POSTAL CODE. ALSO AVAILABLE AT ALL SAFEWAV OUTLITS I DEPARTMENT STORES AND BOOKSELLLRS J THROUGHOUT ALBERTA. ;