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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP 79 BUSINESS f} f 1 KJtrthi, Jjcalki, ..jrun. 1 t oo. Working hours alternoon and early evening. Apply Canada Man- power. '___________C8I71-23 NATIONAL TIRE COMPANY RE. flulres person for general service work. Contact Marv folley at Firestone Stores, 3rd Ave. ltd SI. S., Lelh-. bridge. tUHl MAINTENANCE REOU1RED. Welding experience preferred. Apply Alberta Canning, mti SI. and 2nd Ave. N., or phone f. seskus, SINGLE GENTLEMAN, IS, WISHES to meet lady who enloys dining dancing. Write Box THE- SALVATION ARMY ANNUAL "Turkey Take Saturday, March 31, Delivired lo your HOTIl be- tween p.m. For Inforrnall' phorw W-W1, m-Ml, 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS REQUIRED FOR NIGHT WATERING at the LelhbrMge Country club a serious, conscientious .person. Furll details prone 327-237 ask f- burner. Mr. Lym- C8167-23 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER. VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 328-KM. C37S1-H FOR SALE IN SOUTHERN ALBER- ts town. Well known licensed restau- rant. down payment. For more Information write Box W, eld. I37J33 DRUG STORE Modern pharmacy, located In proeeer- ous Alberta community Present over arxl Increasing. Long term lease available. Wrlle Box IK, Herald. 904f-31h Cards Jnanks, DRYWALLINO, TAPING, SPRAYING :elllngs, repair work. Phone SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, etc. Sarr.. Jnd Ave, S. PHone corporate ,'eals, RETAIL STORE REQUIRES CASH, ler-typlst. Must be accurate typist and have experience handling cash. A permanent pillion for right parly. Please give full particulars In con- fidence to Box 103, Herald. C8172-2J J1AYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER. vices on all makes of washers and automatic or conventional. Also ill small -appliances, lawn mowers, rons, vacuum cleaners, etc No lob oo large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, MS 3rd Ave. S.-Phona BLA1RMORE On Main Street Laundromat, car wash and Martlnlrlng Cleaners. All in good condition. Business very good, showing yeorly Increases. Giving good relurns on the Investment. Terms can be arranged. Call Anderson Agencies, 327.1657. M.L.S. C8191-24 Business building for sale ar lease, centre of Main Street, Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, MAIN branch, has immediate opening for an EXPERIENCED teller. Salary based en qualifications. Please apply Tn person. CBI77-30 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL EXPERIENCED SHORT ORDER cook. Apply Ihe chef, El Rancho Molor Hotel. C9U EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WAIT- er required. Apply In person to orelte Restaurant, 612 3rd Ave. S. We closed on Sundays and holidays. C8089-23 C7353-H 84 GARDENING TOP SOIL AND WELL ROTTED MA- nure. Phone 319-3289. 8792-tl MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- ing. Call 3I1-2W4. MM-H LAWNS PUT IN AND ODD JOBS done. Phone RUBBISH HAULED, YARDS CLEAN- ed. Manure for sale. Reasonable rates. R. Anderson, 327-8689. 68 DOMESTIC MATURE RELIABLE BABYSITTER required Immediately. Phone 328-6288, afler 4 p.n 9059-24 WANTED BABYSITTER, NORTH side, days. Live In after A p. or out. 327-1359. 6304-22 HOUSE CLEANING HELP REQUIRED every two weeks, Friday preferred. Non-smoker. 328-4937, alter t p.m. 69 FARM PERSON FOR BREAKING HORSES for one month, phone 228-2314, slavely. 8790-23 YOUTHFUL PERSON FOR DRY, land farm and callle. Phone 234-2144. Fort Macleod. 9061-28 EXPERIENCED COUPLE FOR MIXED farm. House supplied. Phone 222-2203, wrenttwm. RENT A POWER RAKE. IF REOUIR- ed. man available. Days 327- 23B3, evenings 327-1355, John Forrest 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS Schwartz Agencies (1972) ltd. College Mall, Phone 32M331 Residential, commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest .Interest rales available. Firs] and second mortgages. ____ MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th SI. S. Phone 328-5548 DEATHS ROWE ivorce Act, SIa1 utes of Canada, U E Ilia belti 11, claiming dissolution of he marriage of the PeliMwier to Ihe Respondent. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE tltat un- ess you cause lo be filed In Office of the ClerK of the Supre Court of Alberta, Judicial District of .cthbridge, withfn thirty days of he dale of Ihe publcaHon of Notice, Statement of Defence Demand of Notice, the Petitioner may proceed to trial or take such olhcr steps as may be provided for pursu- ant fo the Alberta Rules of Court without any further nolice DATED at Ihe City of Lethbrldge, Tn the Province of AFbcrla, this 20m day of March, A.D., 1973. PATERSON and HUZIL Solicitors for the Petitioner, GRERGORY KENT METZGER APPROVED: C. G. YANOS1K NURSING SUPERVISOR CALGARY Baker MamcrTal Sana- oriuni _ Day siiift supervisor; re- lieves supervisors as re- quired; some in-service irain- ing. Eligible fcr registratiMi wllti A-A.R-N.; several years experience at the supervisory level; some leaching experience desirable. Salary range S459 to SE30 (currently under Start- Ing salary depended on qualifications, Clcses Octoter 2J, 1973. Competition Number 9J8A-C-3. For and applications preaso apply 1o Room 1101, j. J. Building, Personnel Ad- mrnlsfralion Office, Government of Alberfa, 670 7ih Ave. S.W., Calgary, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME CANADA PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice 1s hereby given that I, Olga Schwari clherwise known as Ol'a Schwartz Of No. 302 268 7A Ave. Lethbridqe fn the Province of Alberte, pharmacist Intend fo make applica- tion to the Dkpclor of Vital Stalislics, untfer the provisions of The Change of Nama Act, R.S.A. 1970, for changeCs) cf name as follows: 1. For a change oJ wvy na m to Olia Schwartz Olga Schwa rz Olla Schwartt SLAVE LABOR CAMP FOUND IN FLORIDA MIAMI, Fla. (Reuter) A second "slave-labor" camp was reported found in southern Flor- ida Wednesday. Miami TV station WTVJ re- ported that a man named Joe (Big Foot) Thomas was ar- rested in a camp at La Belle, near Fort Myers on the West Coast, and charged with false imprisonment of eight migrant workers. The station showed film of Thomas, a black man, being ar- interviewed a named Julius Graft, who said that Thomas had withheld all but or of his pay each week, saying GraK owed the rest for cigarettes, wine and food. Last week officers raided a labor camp 40 miles southwest of Miami and arrested a labor contractor and an armed em- ployee on charges of false im- prisonment. Police freed 29 workers there from what they described as "virtual slavery cocditiotM." prchensive about what might happen." He said a remark by Mr. Davy that he was "an ex- pert in firearms and explo- stuck in the executive assistant's mind. The inquiry was ordered by Premier Peter Lougheed after Social Credit MLA Gordon Tay- lor brought the matter before the legislature. Mr. Davy says he was unable to get satisfac- tion from the WCB on his dis- ability pension claims following back and knee injuries suffer- ed while working for a Calgary- based firm in Quebec in Jan- uary, 1971. rested. A reporter white worker gave liim a rehabilitation grant. Mr. Young told the inquiry he met Mr. Davy during the 1371 provincial election cam- paign in which Sir. Davy work- ed a few days for Mr. Getty. He altempted to "champion his cause" and asked Mr. Harford for a review of the case. He also arranged a meeting with Horst Schmid, minister of culture, youth and recreation, about the possibility of a gov- ernment job. The meeting was not success- ful and Mr. Young cited ref- erences by Mr. Davy about be- ing depressed and about "the river or a gun." He added (hat Mr. Davy did not appear to be "suicidal.11 After the meeting with Mr. Schmid, Mr. Young said Mr. Davy's attitude towards him changed and references were made that the government offi- cial was "at the top of a list." POTHOLDF-R JIFFYS! Cro- He was asking for a chet and join 4 squares or pension advance from the center front, 4 for back 18 for board so he could start a small bag. Combine vind colors of store. The board subsequently knitting worsted. Pattern bag, vest. Sizes 8-18 incl. SEVENTV-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for Jirst-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER. NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Front Street West Toronlo 1. Ontario Readers Mail Limited BUTTON DOWN spring's neat 'n' new shirtdress look! Have it in all one fabric or add texture with ribbed con- trast. No waist seam easy sew. Printed Pattern 4706: NEW Misses' Sizes S, 14, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes Wi yards 35-inch fabric. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special, handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, care of ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I: 1-a; 2-unsuccessfulj 3-remain with Britain) 4-b; S-b. II: l-b; 2-ej 3-ai 4-ci 5-d 111: 1-e; 1-A.; 3-c; 4-a; 5-b PART PART PICTURE QUIZ] John Diefenbaker ;