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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 - THI LITHMIDOI HERALD - Tu.idny, March 9, 1971 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME WEEK days. Near Gilbert Patarson School. 201i lith Ave. S. Phone 327-7743. 5447-11 54A LICENCED NURSERIES JUNE'S NURSERY SCHOOL - CHIL-dren thraa to tlx years. Phone 32B-IM0, evenings. 5108-tf KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 326.2635. C6947-H 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED DANCE TO THE SUN DOWNERS. EASY LISTENING MUSIC, POPULAR AND OLDTIME. PHONE 642-37B7. 5449-11 56 FARM HELP WANTED RELIABLE MARRIED MAN WANT-d tor mixed term. Able to operate trucks and machinery. Salary commensurate with ability. House and utilities supplied. State your reference. Write Box 9, Herald. 5145-10 58 MALE HELP WANTED INSURANCE MAN REQUIRED FOR general Insurance agency. Must have minimum five years experience and be fully conversant with all facets of tha business. Wrlfa Box 32, Herald, All Inquiries confidential. CM11-10 WANTED - MAN WITH TRUCKING experience to run truck - dispatch out of home. Write Box 31, Herald. M24-U WANTED - LICENSED SECURITY salesman. Apply Mr. B. c. Tanner, Canner Arctic Oil Ltd., 509 Imperial Bank Bldg., Edmonton. Phone 422-6577. 5625-15 Local Food Plant Requires MAINTENANCE MAN For year round employment. Welding experience an asset. Apply In writing stating all qualifications to: BOX 21, HERALD 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED Hospital Personnel HEAD NURSE - Required tor 45 bed active treatment hospital. Applicant must hava a minimum tor four years nursing experience and post graduate training In Nursing Service Administration. Operating Room experience preferred. Duties to commence as soon as possible. ORDERLY - Required tor active treatment hospital. Applicant must be a graduate of a Nursing Orderly School. Duties to commence as soon as possible. Apply to: DIRECTOR OF NURSING ATHABASCA MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL BOX 240 ATHABASCA, ALBERTA C3I04-13 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES GARAGE, CAFE AND MOTEL. ALL In full operation. For further Information write Box 6, Kootenay Bay, B.C. 5452-11 C3719-11 FULLY EXPERIENCED MAN WANT-ed for mixed farming. Must be able to operate all modern farm equipment. Top wages to right man. Single man preferred. Room and board supplied. Write box 30, Herald. 5555-tf WANTED - RELIABLE SINGLE EX. perlenced farm hand. Able to operate and maintain farm machinery and manage operations on large Peace River grain farm. Must have own transportation. Wages on 25% of..crop cash. For Interview write box 29, Herald. 5552-13 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED LADIES WANTED FOR OFFICE cleaning duties, five nights per week. Phone 328-6073. C3754-9 WAREHOUSE MAN. APPLY WEST-arn Canada Hardware. Phone 328-1711, extension 216. C3S03-10 OPENINGS IN RIDEAU COURT AND Picture Butte. Don't I us! dream - about being rich, important and successful. ACT1 Start by calling AVON- 328-7424 or WRITE MRS. M. SCOTT, 2514 23rd Ave. S. C3741-9 LADIES Earn S45-S120 weekly, part or full time, minimum 16 hours weekly. Cataloguing and servicing established Fuller accounts. Phone 327-1141. 4979-tf CARPENTER FOREMAN and Six Forming Carpenters Must be qulllfled. Going wage. Apply JOB SUPERINTENDENT OF PROJECT Standoff, Alberta . . C3702-tf MACLEOD'S Centre Village Mall REQUIRES AN EXPERIENCED MAJOR APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT MANAGER Must have several years experience In the sales of T.V.'s, stereos, refrigerators, freezers, etc. Apply Mr. Jamleson MACLEOD'S Centre Village Mall C3711-11 61 TEACHERS WANTED SUPPLEMENT YOUR INCOME Need someone to assist me in my fast-growing business. Two hours a day. For interview appointment, call Mrs. Leslie - 327-0616, Monday and Tuesday between 2 and 4 p.m. 5517-9 REITMAN'S LTD. Has opening for ASSISTANT MANAGERESS Must have several years of experience In retail, either manager or assistant manager. Full company benefits. Excellent working conditions. Apply in person to: MRS. E. NOEL March 11, 1971 Between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at our downtown store. C3766-9 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER IS AGAIN EXPANDING ITS ACTIVITIES IN THE INDUSTRIAL FIELD AND REQUIRES AN AGGRESSIVE SALESMAN WITH PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IN THIS FIELD. CONTACT R. W. KAHLO, 304 STAFFORD DRIVE, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA OR PHONE 327-3125 FOR CONFIDENTIAL INTERVIEW. C3749-9 YOUNG LADIES 18-20 YEARS TRY AN ATTRACTIVE NEW CAREER Our publishing company has Immediate openings for two young ladles. QUALIFICATIONS FREE TO TRAVEL -Ambitious. -Neat in appearance. -Desire for better than average In come. OPPORTUNITIES -Above average Income. -Interesting sales work. -Training and transportation proyid- EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY Salary plus company bonus. Must be able to start at once. For Interview: MISS L. ARMSTRONG MARQUIS HOTEL Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. EAST WEST READERS SERVICE. 5623-10 EXECUTIVE SECRETARY This position requires highly responsible secretarial work which requires skill In taking and transcribing dictation. Assignments entail the performance of duties which require the excerclse of considerable judgement In making decisions In accordance with policies and practices. Performs all secretarial and receptionist duties. Salary negotiable. Employment to commence March 29, 1971. Final closing date for applications - March 22. Headquarters Office Stoney Indian Reserve Morley, Alberta Apply In writing to - The Executive Director Indian Association of Alberta 11710 Kingsway Avenue EDMONTON, Alberta 5541-18 Assistant Director Of Research Assists In co-ordinating Investigation and research In the area of TREATY AND ABORIGINAL RIGHTS as they affect and pertain to Alberta Indians. To assist In compiling or Indexing all research material; plans, co-ordinates, supervises and advises on all administrative, financial and Internal matters concerning the TREATY AND ABORIGINAL RIGHTS RESEARCH PROGRAM. Salary negotiable Employment to commence March 39, 1971. Final closing data for applications - March 22. Headquarters Office Storey Indian Reserve Morley, Alberta Afply In writing to - The Executive Director Indian Association of Alberta 11710 Kingsway Avenue EDMONTON, Alberta 5542-18 LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invites applications for tha position of BUSINESS EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR Beginning August 16, 1971 Education: Parson with preparation at the Master's level wilt be given preferential consideration. Experience: At least two year* of teaching experience at the post-secondary and/or secondary level; ALSO soma business experience desirable. Duties: To teach Economics, Accounting and other Business Administration courses. Appointee may be required to teach introductory data processing and business machines to Secretarial Science students. Salary: Commensurate with education and experience. Closing data: Friday, April 30, 1971. Applications: tnferesfed parsons should apply for the standard Application for Employment form to: The Director of Personnel Lethbridge Community College Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. C3750-9 ARE YOU A MANAGER? ffer good working conditions, advancement, top earnings, security, " " "� itlal in-C 376S-tf early retirement. For confidential {ft-tervlew phone 328-1704. ~ THRIVING BEAUTY SCHOOL FOR sale. Excellent location. Many extras. Operating at capacity. Also nlca horn*, with or without furniture. Retiring. Write Box 2, Herald. 5430-15 NEIGHBORHOOD HARDWARE BUSINESS - Well located and showing good rtturn. Business Includes stock, all furniture and fixtures pertinent to operation, truck, etc. For full particulars and statements call today. M.L.S. PHONE THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY (Real Estate Department) 327-8581 C3774-tf J,n bl,elc ��' Vicinity of 13th St. and 9th Ave. N. Phone 328-9892, after 6 p.m. 5605-11 LOST - BLACK AND WHITE FE. male cat. Vicinity of Henderson Lake Blvd. Reward. Phone 327-4482. S627-11 64 SEWING SERVICES DRESSMAKING, ALTERATIONS AND ironing done In my home. 328 12th St. C N. Phone 328-6911. 5545-13 A-1 CABINET AND CRAFTS 1518 3RD AVE. S. (REAR) Complete remodeling service - Finish carpentry. General contractor specializing in cabinet work. We build or remodel to your needs. Call 327-8755, day or night. 4657-tf PUBLIC NOTICE 66 PERSONAL BETTY HOLLOWAY PLEASE CALL SUSAN IN CALGARY. 5472-9 THE A.I.D. CENTRE - PHONE 327-�J3 AN INFORMATION-REFERRAL SERVICE. C3689-31 RESPECTABLE WIDOW (50s), LIKE to meet gentleman who understands. To share outings and dancing. Box 12, Herald. $267-9 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem, Phont .U7-8049 or 328-3246, after 7.-30 p.m. 59 MALE  FEMALE HELP WANTED WOULD YOU LIKE TO EARN YOUR self $5 for a few minutes of your time? Phone 327-5087. 5626-15 REQUIRED - POOL SUPERVISOR will accept applications for llfeauards. State qualifications. Send replies to Nanfon Swimming Peal Commtlee, in care of Mrs. C. Fletcher, Nanfon. 5519-8 58 MALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED MAN CAPABLE OF setting forms for cribbing house foundations. Phone 328-4707. 5518-ff ARE YOU HAPPY IN YOUR PRES-ent employment? If not come and join Alberta's fastest growing company end earn a professional Income. Complete fringe benefits. For appointment, phone 328-9387, between 9 a.m.-9 p.m. 5604-11 DO YOU LIKE PEOPLE? You can earn good Income helping others to a better way of life. Train-Inn given. For interview phone 328-1704. C3767-tf REQUIRED -POOL SUPERVISOR Will accept applications for lifeguards. State qualifications. Send replies to Nanton Swimming Pool Committee, in care of Mrs. C. Fletcher, Nanfon. 5519-9 DO YOU LIKE PEOPLE? You can earn good Income helping others to a better way of life. Training given. For Interview phone 328-1704. C3767-tf BARTENDER AND HOSTESSES wanted for the summer season. Apply Country Club, Box 387, Lethbridge. C3775-15h SECURE POSITION IMMEDIATELY. SALESMANAGER - Administrative duties include: Recruiting, training, supervision, motivation. Applicant must possess a strong desire for personal achievement. Submit resume, Box 16, Herald. J333-?h WANTED DRIVING INSTRUCTORS - MALE or Female. Required for LETHBRIDGE. Qualifications: A License, minimum age 21. Driver training Instruction provided. For further information contact - Parkland Driving School - 4719 56th Street, RED DEER, Alberta. 5520-9 WANTED - DRIVER SALESMAN. Between 25 and 50 years of age. References required and must be bond-able. Apply between 9 and 11 a.m. Lethbridge Laundry, IBIS-jrd Avenue South. C3677-15 STEAM ENGINEERS Required - Steam engineers with valid Third class Alberta certif irate. Fourth class Engineers obtaining their third class certificate In the near future are Invited to apply also. Apply to: SWIFT CANADIAN CO. LIMITED 4201 2nd Ave. N. Lethbridge, Albert*. ;-ne 328-8841; 5 to 10 p.m., 328-8645. C3810-U CHIEF ACCOUNTANT Plans and directs general accounting and budgetary control activities of the TREATY AND ABORIGINAL RIGHTS RESEARCH PROGRAM, and to perform responsible fiscal administrative work. Responsible for a variety of financial activities Including general accounting, claims and dlspersements, debt services, payroll services and properly Inventory control, etc. Employment 1971. salary Negotiable, to commence April 5, Final closing date for applications - March 29. Headquarters Office Stoney Indian Reserve Morley, Alberta Apply In writing to - The Executive Director Indian Association of Alberta 11710 Kingsway Avenue EDMONTON, Alberta 5544-22 PREPAID KODACOLOR FILM PROCESSING 12 Exp. - $2.99 20 Exp. - $4.49 36 Exp. - $7.49 Phone 328-1704, 24 hours. Free pickup - Oellvered to your door. 5234-31m DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ' WORKS OF CANADA TENDERS SEALED TENDERS addressed to the Chief, Financial and Administrative Services, Department of Public Works of Canada, 10225 100th Avenue, EDMONTON, Alberta and endorsed "AIR  CONDITIONING, FEDERAL BUILDING, TABER, Alberts." will be received until 11:30 a.m (M.S.T.> March 24, 1971. Tender documents can be obtained through the following offices of the Department of Public Works of Canada: 400 - Customs Building, 11th Avanua and 1st Street, S.E., CALGARY, Alberta and 10225 1 00th Avenue, EDMONTON, Alberta, and may be seen at the Construction Association Offices In EDMONTON, CALGARY, LETHBRIDGE, MEDICINE HAT, Alberta, and Supt. Federal Building, TABER, Alberta. To be considered each tender must be submitted on the forms supplied by the Department and must be accompanied by the security spectfieid In the tender documents. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Ian M. Thomas Chief, Financial and Administrative Services, Western Region. M25 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCII__ Rubber stamps, corporate seals, deters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 328-7362. �394-tf GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SINGER machines, competent ad|ustments to all other makes. Free home estimate. Phone 327-2243. Singer Co. of Canada, College Mall. C3597-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes of washers end' dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers. Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE ��PAJ,ANCES' 905 3rd Ave- S.-Phone 327-4456. C7353-tf 70 GARDENING FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- �S2N,�r �U!TING' TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE .328-2094. 5739.H P AND M LANSCAPING Complete landscaping services. Trees and shrubs pruned. Phone 328-2196, after 5 p.m. 5628-22 ECONOMY TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING - Under Winter Works Program, we are now able to trim trees and hedges very economically. Call us for free estimate-327-2641. C872-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRYERS AND ROASTERS. HELLMUTH Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. C3300-tf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES FOR SALE - WHITE MALTESE J?,r#,r. p^ppv> Pnons Dav� Nelson, 223-3619, Taber. 5546-10 PUREBRED DACHSHUND (MALE), six months. All shots. Good pet. Owner transferred. Phone 327-2778. 5351-10 FEMALE CANARIES, ALSO PEKIN Robin. Call after 6 p.m. 327-7089. 5521-9 Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Montreal-Gordon Roy McGregor, 69, president of Air Canada for 20 years and an outstanding pilot in the Battle of Britain. Ottawa-Harold (Punch) Broadbent, 78, a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame and last surviving member of one of the all-time great National Hockey League forward lines when he played right wing with Ottawa Senators. Toronto-Guy Fairfax Herbert, 82, a pioneer of Canadian radio who started his career in 1934 as sales manager of CFAC Calgary. By ram, Conn.-Barney Bala-ban, 83, former president of Paramount Pictures Corp. for 28 years. Berkeley, Calif.-Dr. Herbert McLean Evans, 88, who discovered vitamin E in 1922. London-Charles Maclnnes, 79, Canadian-born historian who was blinded in childhood yet rose to serve as emeritus professor of imperial history at the University of Bristol. K a ra 1 o o p g, B.C.-Robert Henry Carson, 85, a former speaker of the British Columbia legislature. Hollywood-Harold Lloyd, 77, whose portrayals of a bumbling, bespectacled youth in impossible situations made him one of the great comics of silent films and early talkies. FURY - Michael (Mike), passed away in the city on Sunday, March 7, 1971 at the age of 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Julia Fury, of 836 12 St. C North, Mr. Fury was born in Sakpuszta, Tolnamegye, Hungary, September 11, 1886. He came to Canada March 15, 1925. He was married in 1927 to Julia Bano, on July 25 In Cupar, Saskatchewan and they moved to Lethbridge 40 years ago. Left to mourn his passing, besides his loving wife, Julia are two daughters, Mrs. M. (Mary) Hanzel of Lethbridge and Mrs. A. (Rose) Lengyel of Calgary; one son, John of Lethbridge; six grandchildren; one brother in Hungary. Requiem Mass will be held in the St. Basil's Catholic Church on Wednseday, March 10 at 10 a.m., with Father G. Marien as celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount C a 1 v e r y Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel of Tuesday, March 9 at 8 p.m. The family request no flowers. Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Foundation care of 1705 15 St. S. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3817 WATSON - Passed away in the city on Sunday, March 7, 1971, Mr. Jesse Watson, at the age of 68 years, of 537 13th St. N. Born, raised, and educated in Lethbridge, the late Mr. Watson, was most of his life engaged in coal mining. He worked in the Gait Mines numbers three, sue, and eight. In 1948 he took his permanent retirement and has continued to reside at the family home. He was a member of the United Mine Workers of America and the Lethbridge Miners Library Club. Survivors include eight brothers, Mr. William Watson of Calgary, Mr. George Watson, Mr. John Watson, Mr. Andrew Watson, and Mr. Harry Watson all of Lethbridge, Mr. Tom Watson of White Rock, B.C., Mr. Bob Watson of Armonk, New York, and Mr. Allan Watson of Kimberley. He was predeceased by his parents and one brother James. The funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 10, in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with the Rev. A. T. King officiating, with cremation to follow. Flowers gratefully declined. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3812 GAILYNE TROPICALS - FRESH water fish, marine fish, (joldflsh, aquariums, plants, supplies, custom made tanks. We also repair aquariums, Lu,m5.5: hea,ers ester year, Those happy times we knew. We cherish our memories tender and true. They are a pathway leading to you. When the great call comes, waiting is o'er, We're together again, forever more. -Ever remembered by mom, dad and family. { 65771 Olson defends scheme OTTAWA (CD-Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson Monday defended the government's proposed legislation to establish national farm products marketing agencies, saying the present marketing treids can lead to fragmentation of Canadian agriculture. Farm products producers, he said, have attempted to achieve better co-ordination and planning of production, and many provincial marketing boards have been formed as a result. But unco-ordinated production throughout Canada had, nevertheless, frustrated growers. "This is precisely why we Introduced legislation that would enable farmers to create national marketing agencies." [ Mr. Olson was speaking at tha opening of the Canadian Horticultural Convention. FARMERS GET SAY Opposition members of the Commons agriculture committee have opposed the bill since fall, saying that farmers should be assured of respresentation on the national co-ordination council which is a cornerstone of the legislation. Last week government members of the committee acceded to an opposition amendment that at least half the council be composed of farmers. Mr. Olson told the horticultural convention he was confident that the proposed legislation could alleviate the problem of possible fragmentation and alienation of various producer groups in Canada. He said a national marketing agency, which could control the production and marketing of almost any farm product except wheat and cattle, could assume many different forms and powers, and be flexible enough to tailor marketing schemes to the needs of the commodity in question. CP Rail has special police squad to protect property WINNIPEG (CP) - A SB-man squad of Canadian Pacific police constables, trained in crowd and riot control with United States Federal Bureau of Investigation techniques, is on 24-hour alert here to protect Canadian Pacific property and to assist municipal police forces if called on to do so. The force was set up three years ago after J. C. Webber, a police sergeant on the private force, returned to Winnipeg from Regina where FBI instructors had given a riot control course at the invitation of local police chiefs. Bill Fletcher, prairie region superintendent of the private force, said the special riot squad, which can be assembled in about an hour, is intended primarily to protect Canadian Pacific property and dignitaries, "and would not operate off CP property unless there was an emergency and we were requested to assist by local police." Basically, it's a precautionary measure, Mr. Fletcher said today in an interview. "We decided to set up the force because it was a common move by other police forces. Economy tips PICTURE BUTTE - Miss Wendy Lefaivre, Calgary Power home economist, visited the communities of Barons and Nobleford recently. Miss Lefaivre illustrated the use of many new and old appliances and spoke of a variety of home economic tips. Two new appliances which proved interesting were a bacon cooker that resembles a toaster and a micro - wave oven. CARDS OF THANKS PENNEY - I wish to express my sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care I received while a patient there. A special thanks to friends' and relatives for the flowers, gifts, cards and calls during my stay. -Mrs. Amy Penney, Coleman 5606 BROWN - We would like to express our deepest and most sincere thanks to all our dear relatives and friends who sent flowers, cards, food and money, and who have visited and phoned during the loss of our loving son and brother, Paul. A special thanks goes to the staff of the Children's Ward of St. Michael's Hospital and to our doctor. -Mr. and Mrs. Glcu Brown and family. 5607 Waffle group leader pledges bloody battle HAMILTON (CP) - Waffle leader Melville Watkins has promised a bitter fight at next month's New Democratic Party convention in Ottawa to force his left wing group's policy on nationalization of industry and Quebec on the party. The University of Toronto economist advised 200 young people attending a McMaster University teach-in to watch television closely during the convention. "It'll be a bloody battle in April." The Waffle leader also attacked the Committee for an Independent Canada, a group trying to show the federal government people are concerned about economic independence for Canada. He said if the business-oriented community had its way, it would replace American capitalism with Canadian capitalism "so all our Canadian businessmen would commit the same crimes the American businessmen now are committing." Motorists given break day a week BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) - Police plan to give motorists a break one day a week, but they will not say what day. The department announced here there will be a "forgiveness day" on which most traffic charges under the Highway Traffic Act or city bylaws will be replaced by a warning. Serious offences or case* involving accidents will not be included. A police spokesman said the special day will not be announced. Officers will be notified at the start of the morning shift and the lenient procedures will continue for 24 hours. Warning tags, with an explanation of the dangers involved in the offence, will be given to the offending motorist. Workers asked to stay on job without pay SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -President Salvador Allende says he will ask Chilean workers to stay on the job three or four extra hours a .week without pay to help overc o m e economic problems. The Marxist leader also announced that starting today he will head an action committee "to declare war on unemployment," one of the problems he said his four-month administration has been unable to solve. Allende said more than 300,-000 workers are without jobs in this country of nine million. Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS .QUIZ PART I: 1-Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; 2-c; 4-$12 billion; 5-a H: l.d; 2-c; 3-a; 4-6; 5-b PART III: 1-e; 2-d; 3-c; 4-b; 5-a CHALLENGE: Prime Minister Indira Gandhi 3-c; PART ;