Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 THE LEIHBRIDCE HERAIO Thursday, March 19. 1970 50 MISCELLANEOUS 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED ARTICLES WANTED DUCAN INDUSTRIES LTD. Jj) Kin SI. f. LE1HBRIDOE 61 1EACHERS WANTED COPPER. prices. Var- I -rn L'.l, :-d N. OHM! OR T? hOSSE OUT- N-JM Wi.l I REfK'IRES A STENOGRAPHER jji i-vrrna-xl and t-t r.rjt cssen- IHE SALVATION AR.UY NEEDS: al M 1st Ave. S. cr c-.-r.? .'JS-2SM Mjj SCRAP IRON Pa! "NATIONAL SALVAGE co. LTD. EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL Where llie Action is! Picture Bulte Roman Calliolic Separate School Dislrict No. 79 Picture Butte, Alberla ST. CATHERINE'S SCHOOL Inv.lei jar ledthf'i con mendng I9JO. I OKE ELEMENTARY TEACHES j OSE JR. HIGH TEACHER a Scrccl n commuling distance Apply to: Mrs. M. Wojtowicz Secretary Treasurer Box 85 Picture Bulte, Alberla I 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES i-----------------------------------------! %J I FIRST CLASS PIANIST WANTED. I V V. BARBER SHOP AND BEAUTY PAR.: Ix Iw v.'rite Bax Iso, Herald SI (Ml wish, may in rectors cf Funeral Service. I (he family plot in Arclmiount IN MEMORIAMS I'OZZKBOX In loring incniory of a dear sisler and aunt, Bertha Pozzebon, who passed away March 19, To live the hearts of those who love yen; Is r.ol to die. rememuerd by sister Zella. PJrncst and Sonny. Louisa, Clare and family. Oiest, Anna and (ainily. HAY AGENCIES LTD. 327-7077 or 327-7975 LOANS INVESTMENTS AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED Hit Man Phcne 328-3331. ALL TYPES of morlgase loan lieu o[ llouers, donate lo the charily cf their choice. Friends j m.iv pay their respects al Mar- Ilin'liroj. Chapel, 312 3rd Ave. Martin Bros. I'l'.M'f Of Vauxliall, pass- raiigements. I Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. ;Ltd, Directors cf Funeral Ser- I vice, En charge of ll.e ar- ed away al Letltbriilge on Mon- AGRICULTURE DIP LOW A ivir- a-.d exser -.'.crv 'n Lelhtiidgi a'ea '.Vri'e Ave. S. c- 32? SPRING CLEAIJ UP ds ci i-'-. a.-.a Pr.cr.e A Hlgt Schocl Dlplama is rol SLlli- clem to rreel Demar.cs of Indi's- Iry Today, yoj MUST SPECIALI7E. cMer in CLASS and HANDS OH TOTAL IMMERSION Trainirs; "lo tnjvjpp'y ic5 trailed persc-r.el fcr In- ror C' b'-S'il halCht v.esrer.i Ca-.ada. te r-arned Idvsiry.11' rT-an. rrus: l-a'.e D-ade 1? edurwici cr A free apli1i.c> lest e-d cor.iu tef'e.-. mult te aVe 13 iraver and be I of cur Ceumelicrj may re'aicd to ce.'ter-ce in sc.lr.ern AlCc.'ia area. cffer ire r-an a q-ea: fulure. 50X 2 LHiHBRIDOE HERALD desirab'e carter. accepled for o'.tsf foani and p'a Directors ol Funeral Ser-'day, March 16, 1970, Christian. vice. i al 'he age cf 33 years. Funeral C70SOI Esrviccs will be concluded fromi Parkview Unitetl Church in en Friday. March 20 at 2 p.m.. with Rev. J. C. Dais- ley officiating. Inlcrmcnl will 1 fellow in the Vauxhall Cemc- lery. In lieu of flowers, dona- iPUBLIC NOTICES 75 CONTRACTS NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1 AND CLAIMANTS ir; THE" PSTATF Or ETFFIE CARD OF THANKS SEVKIITSOX 1 wish to express my sincere tlianks and appreciation to my doctors, nurses, ar.d nurses' aides of St. Michael's Hospital; also to those who visited, sent gifts, liens io Ihe Tabcr Hospital j flowers and cards while 1 was Heart Fund, would be appro- 1 a pul'ient there. A suecia c i a I e d. Humphries Funeral i thanks lo Twin Schcol Staff and CUSTOM CARPENTER SFRVICE. Prw. Specialising crefab ten-odd ling. lir.ishlnq, B5S5-2S FRED STEINFR CEMENT WORK, 013 baiemfnls riL'O, procfing. In- S'jred. free estimates, phsne 327-B2E6. Fcf 56 FARM HELP WANTED BtEI V.ORKERS 'AAMED FOR eJ aces. t.'.Mt WANTED TO V.ORK i- d. Ccnlacl I. L Smnn. c' Harc'd al i-e Iocs 6S3 Carcsfcr 6752-13 Wa.'l. EIXPESILNChD li.ii'CC-: f.'cxi- c.-n TiMIn Farrrs. P.O. B.-x 9i5, Ltlhb-iige. Assistant Paris Manager SSQVJIRED FOR LOCM 1 ED AUTO DEALERSHIP. SHOULD HAVE BACKGROUND OF STOCK CONTROL 1NVSTHTORY TURNOVER RATIOS, 1 TO PARIS SOX 3, HERALD Mckay Technical 10012 107 ST. EDMONTON, ALBERTA V.EEPItJG T1LC, CCttENT V.tjRK Ar.dersr-n and Ccnsiruclioo, I 1C20 7th Ave. S, Phore 3i7-6iS2. i C5375 If ALUMINUM SCREEN STORM IV.'INDOWS AMD DOORS. FREE ESTI- JONES ROOFING. Ji3 57J5. 63 MUSIC TEACHERS PRIVATE TUITION OH GUHAR Ka-f. 337.5597 64 SEWING SERVICES DSESS'MKING AND ALTERATIONS Ptcri m2itl. Rfascnab't rales. HALF TON fall c'.ean-js WILL TRAVEL FOR and liau'ed 8. C3446-IF VACANT Painted fcr U. ol L. J25J1W. HOUSES Painter airentfng TILE, rcncvaficns, allerallor.s J ar.d J Cuslcm 3ia-3c70. SCHA-V.SROM. oihensi-eiiiome, Talier, in charge of ar- al EFFIE M. c.t Pirctier in Ihe Pto- iUiir-tintllii. r.ce ci A'ttrfa, V.ido.v. v.Lo CleO on I C7075 I e day c1 January. AD. '___ TAKE flOTiCL THAT all perscns o! the fjradc two snrl Ibrcc pupils. Madeline Sevcrtson FIIAXCKSl'Ill In loving memory cf a dear husband, father grandfather, Carl Franccschi, who passed away .March 19, 1SC3. A little while your out of sight, But never out of mind. For you are cherished in the hearts, Of these you lefl behind. Deeply loved by your wife Myry and family. KM upon ine E rarred muM fi'e Ire vndei and held by tr.em. FRANK T. BYRNE( Esq., fcr ihc No. S 7Ci Jrd Avenue Ssylh. I I Business Jspolhglil WAM FOR YEAR ROUND v. ;r k en ir rigai i :n farm. s1 te e'pstlerced a-d have '.'odern houte and -Aages. Ccr Van Peay, Pr.o-- 557? !i 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED iiPERY ii ycuf OA.T 3' HOUSEKEEPER WANTED a-ea. P rx 1-13. liber THE LETHSaiDGE CREDIT UDION, 311 Slh Srrcd South. LRlrcriagt, A'- te-''a v.'ii fcr o'. assistant ID ihe to iho ages Ot l-.vsnV Ihirty. Presence will s'.ven to those ravir-.g IraTr.- "ci excerience in 5'_sir.e5S AdT.rnl- v.rMsnq slat'ng Crei fo date. Supply throe 3er- references Frc-r, business cia-ei. ACD'icatlcr.i will te Ircaled C7C37-31 65 LOST AND FOUND THF PERSON VilHO by from the Park Plata, Ir.e dsrX, cvercoa: vriih WacV piif rcper p'ease 3J7- 66 PERSONAL BORGE RAVEN 1399 ST. N. Kitchen cipbcards, rumpus roams, re- rr.wiellir.g and repays. 327-3219. C4319TI '.VEERING TILE, PUWPS AfJD any odd jehs have. b. and C. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS in tnt rrsucr ci tr.e of '1EREE3T TUFFS. of l.elh- bridge. A'aeria. Retired .-.ho d'ed Ire JJn diy ol January, TAKE NOTICE Jhat alt persons hav- c'aiT.s tpn Ihe Esidie cl Ihe acove n-.uil file v.Hri Ihe un- by Ihe Uih af April, full Iheir cl3fms cl by irem. J. UTTIEV7OOD, Deputy Pufclic Trusice, or World Of Plastic Said Inevitable JDIINSU.N' In fond mem- ories of my dear husband, Alex. passed away March 10. 19M. A light is from our household gone, The voit-e we is still; A place is vacant in our hearts. Which never can Ixr filkil. remembered by his loving wife Nellie, daughter Eileen and her husband, grandson Jason and family. 8J.V2 TORONTO (CIM one To-land (arms with mountains and iCitv Men ronlo designer sees it, a of plastic is inevilalitc ami he'd like to sec Ihe icvolutlon bogin in lite North. lakes used as natural bound a-i "In a lineal city, each person will have his own plot of lar.il, Thomas Lamb, winner ol a i his own chunk. This way, evcry- HtRBERT TUrrS. 7CI J. 3 Alen Building. A2C 7rh Aver.uc S.W., Cdiga'y Alterra. Jamiary award for Canadian furniture design, sys tlic Cana- one will have the feeling of ouiiing part of the land." ADVICE INFORMATION AND 01- ce.Tire A.t.D. A str- Cflice hours 10 p.m. 321-7333. CiiiI-A7 CUSTOM CARPENTtR SFRVICE :io- Spccialinr-5 prctab rentodellir.a, garages, fin- -3, e-c. BM-n .IDOLE'AGED FCR LIGHT DO VOU NEE.D .'.'.O'JEY? V.ry ret bctcmc an AVON Seprcscn'a- arc ea'ni-.g ssi selling UNITED RAMBLER, Of.E OF LETH- bridge's itadir.g aulcmofcllfl cfsaler- ship; ar-d Souihcm Aifrarfa's biggesi mcfcV; J-cme end fraHer seller cu'rci sa'esn-.en i-n.-r.cdia'rly. V.'e cMcr remuneralici o' all ii iKe city plus oiner ccmpa-.y ber-.e- his. no- rscessaiy al v.e asV h a sire to lutceed on yoi-r to DISPLAY OF "ARTEX" ROLL ON al CoMegs All Thursday and Friday I? ar.d 10. Peer I TEA CUP READING, TUESDAY tr.rotgh Saturday, 3-9 p.m. at Ihe Irn Cafe. and vd'l- Jce 5 for apccim- ai (xuib'e. C7C94-H G1HL FOR ARABIAN HORSE FARf.'-. Ma-d pay, 'or.g h'-jrsr re't-rn fcr v.a'n rcnr.e. ccrrplele f _ride. i GOVfcRHMENT OF CANADA RADIO OPERATOR TRAINEE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS v.-iiJi a drink i-3 prob'em. Phc.-e 3W-6.M? or aUer p.n-. ASK ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAM Only SI5.00 per mcnlh P.tr.t lo purchaie pri HEINTZMAN PHONE 322-2663 PUBLIC NOTICES dian North is a natural place to And, of course, the houses In try out a better plan for living. these cities would he made of plastic, with more than per cent of the furnishings built in. His plastic houses would cons- ist of detachable units that cculd he bought, sold or rented. Construction costs would dim- inish rather than rise, he said. COSTS LESS Bui he svHnis that unless a JMZ i pattern for development of the area is established (he population explosion will de- stroy the opportunity. "We've one of (he last coun- tries that still has a chance to do something about (he pcpula- TENDER Ti-e rV.33-aih Church being cflcrcd fcr sale by Ttnticr, Thll t-.orr.e is ll very (iODd ctiidifipi and loca'ed dc'oss Ihe ircm the ocl. For Fcrms, cr clh-r 1-lermallcn. please ccnlacf '.'r. Syl Rariik, AHa. 75s- 3152. dO'S 31. MIQ TENDERS GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS ALBERTA FOREST SERVICE INVITATION TO TENDER "Tender (3' Sucplr cf Fire Rc'ar danl Slurry Altsrla Forest Service Bid Uo. The closing dal: lion problem. It's ludicrous tbal don't have some plan for our North." His plan is lo build up tlic North, using space, natural re- sources and landscape to create an area of "lineal" cities, parks Honored Four men were honored in Calgary recently at the annual awards clini.cr of Canadian Western Natural Gas Company. !ho awanis were: .1. A. Anderson, distribu- tion foreman. 40-year awaiti; P. R. Fraser. gas utility man, 20-year award; V. Tncrn- hillf district plant clerk, 20- year award and S. F. Wasylish- en, senior gas utility man, 20 Plastic is the only material! year award. Also honored was ai'OLintl that lias reduced in price since it became popular. Ttic more you use it, the less expensive iL gels.'1 MATURE WOMAN lirsl Icji Pattern cer nncnlh i incressina 'C 1 rricnlh during bi'sncc c' tr I based on I LP 10 Sll.'iS Q-JO'e: E-i. APPI V lU'ArniATtLY TO THE FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINK- I pMRMr VtRviCE COVAISS'O-; ERS HEEDING UNDERSTANDI.'JO AvemiF1 AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE iri- PICTURE FRA.MIIiG clnr Shado.1-1 Box Reascnsfc'e Prices TERRY BLAND Phoiograp'iy Lid. C733M1 Sraicrf renders wi.l ire UP I-' ihe c-rchasc ar. Bearer Lumbit bui re corr.rr cf 3rd A B-ild'nqs te r33 IS'h Ihe eded bf p'ace 31, IWO I ar-d ai c' li.e WondavJ. all rcr-ovcd Tenders ihs-jld read II AW, M.S.T. f Aruil 1, and 30, -J_ ._. i 11 f J I Pib'ic Ctcr.rr.q ol lef-deri loV.e JLJf l_r f Parfeiiifi1 Mcl.can of Lcthbridgc for liis submission of the mosl sig- nificaul suggestion for im- provcmciil of company opera- tions during the year. 33, 1970 Tenders bo mailed 1o' ISIS 15lh Avtr.ue, North BRIDGE, Alter la. any IcndC' r.ct ncces- J. DOT ril- ttn silc NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In maHcr cl Ire Es'a'o o' SYLVEW ALBERT JEMSEN, la'c cJ Taber. i.n U.e Frovlnce ol Alberla, JASPER AVENUE, ARE YOU BETWEEN 25 AND 50? I OUIRIE5 CARE OF P.O. DOX B1, ALBERTA. tnf Sie.'-tlor Retfucirg j Plan Eal Ihrtf satisfying ireali ia day. and si.M lires. At Thrifi- Drugi ar.d Drygs. tW I !o lear.T and v pporiuniiy lo DJiy cc MR. GEORGE GRAY 328-9387 -67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS SOUTHERN AND ST-MCIL 1 ?'s. cit. Seimc'doy ?nd Ave. S. Phcne ZtW-'.t V.ftYTAG SALES ar.U SERVICE. SER- v-cts on all maktj cf v.ashtrs ar.d tr Al- ;a srrill la'-n vacuum cleaners, etc. 'lo fots 'CO 'area cr too Srr-a'l. LETh- 3rd Ave. S. Thursday, March 19 Between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Friday, March 20 Be f ween 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Saturday, March 71 Between 9 a.m. and 12 Noon T R i ME b !70 GARDENING i TREES CUTTING OR POOLE CONSTRUCTION 11M1TED CC'JSIRUCTlOM TO THE UNIVERSITY OF IETH8RIDGE ig 3rd c' HOT Of iCir.fc'C'r.g fQ tC delivered F.O.B. job Site. The NC-V Tenders marked c' Pfoicd Rein's-c- inq S'ctl Supply" v.ill to recefved i en Aigreh 3Slh, 1'570, Pcolr Ccn- j is'raiicn Office." PCC'C I Lirri'sd. Si'? AdmtnislfaNcn CFf.'.e, Alterfa. cr March 1JJO. Th5 Is.'-Cjt c L POO'-E COr.'blKUC P.O. BOX LrTTIIBRIDGF, ALDCBIA. a boui Ihe 22r.d day A D. 1970. i TAKE NOTICE 1 1-a open 4txive nanr.cd m dersigned by all en cr s ha t a Ihr v.-i'n ir.e L-n- 1 Of Ap'll, fu'I stalemen! of their cldims jend c' iCtu'iliei I e'd by Ihem. PR1TCHARD, HIGA AND BORAS Ho says Ihe plastics now being developed can made into almost anything and can be reproduced quickly and cheaply, keeping a high aland- ard of quality. j Power in lliese cities would be f V [Lniisinitled Ihrough space.! eliminating electrical cords and j plugs in names ami 'Aires on- I streets. j His plastic would not be i as inhuman as people might "Plastic has (he possibility of BLAIRMOKK (CNP council will instruct tbu HCMP (o enforce the parking bylaw on main street here. Council heard Hint local husi- ni'ssincn are tlic uorsl ofleiid- having soft curves, different textures thai makes it visually acceptable ami gives it a hu- manistic quality.11 Mr. 30. calls his CIS. I All) ISAM) bytav: for (lie pu wanting S75 lo Ilic Band will lie drcifleil. Clifford M. Hardin. U.S. scc- rcldry of agriculture has hail- ed Canada's actions in culling 1070 wheat production as, gigantic contribution to the world Mhc.il problem." Mr. Hardin's comments fol- low recent announcements made by the Canadian government in housc-an old brick row house thc (arn, acreage payment pro- in Toronto where he' lives with his wife and fivc- in a single year." l .SIXK .1011 PUBLIC NOTICE VILLAGE OF COUTTS ar.y 'cr.d'r r t.cpi'vj iorj LIMITED B'' 1 ii Plan licipil Acl. Thc Cculls i-.'5nrfs fo a ski Vn Ids I. ?l ?3 indu- i- PH.- 31EG. ar.d Lft-, I, ?1 ?3 ir.cluiiv grain. "I cannot recall an action hy any country, which aimed month-old claui-lKci-a "Icsling a iarGc cutback in ground" for some of Ins Kleas. acreage and production He has painted the top two flours wliile, Ilic stairs yellow, anf' 's }n process of design- Alex Wells, local chartered i ins furniture for Ihe living antl accountant. appointed an- i Ijcdrcom areas. (Jilor. Hut l-.e isn't sper-cling v.ill be taken by coun- cil to enforce the local leash law to curb Steps will be taken lo rc'nicsl .Scurry Rainbow, owners cf thc coal slack piles in Blair- more, In lake action lo seed AND ODD JOBS C641MF 59 MAU-FEMALE HELP WANTED FULLY INSURED TftEfc S'JR- GEON CUTTING, ETC I PHONE 3JiiWd--------------------------------- I59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL VVAN1ED l-'roin school ID SaHirtlays lo: Mptcial trips, it's fun g" in Ibis o'jtfil. i A coijlcd conl nr.d hai in a lincii! cok.r is ".lial sl.t Knit (fial. :n f-r.c rcik il'j'An. of kniiViim Pal. II" incl. rir'iv 'NIK CANADIAN I'HKS1?