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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Mtrnh 54, 1972 UTHBRIOOE HERAIO 23 58 MALE HELP WANTED 1 58 MALE HELP WANTED PERSONAL 75 CONTRACTS JOIN THE LEADING TEAM. Both passenger car, litjht and hea-jy 3 Iruck nitchanlcj posJUonj available. Send co.nplolp resume lo service, manager a1 Box 60, Lelhkirlrfeje Her. itd. REQUIRED PKOfJF OF PROBLEM DRINKERS 1 DEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND NFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES :ARE OF P.O. BOX MI, LETH 3RIDGE, ALBERTA, SHIRLEY, JEAN, HAULED BY HALF J on, 15 load. Phcne 328-3011, 8874-30 Births, Death Cards Of In Mem DEATHS l GEE Passed away sudden-y at the residence on Monday, March 20, 1972, Mr. Gee Kai (Gee Kai Joe) at the age of 70 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Sue Won Yee of Raymond. The Funeral service will be held on Tuesday, March 28, at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S., with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the Chinese section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pav their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3 Avenue S. (Courtesy parking at the rear of the Chapel) phone 328-2.161. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Funerals, Thanks, :i oriams i CHAMBKKS Passed away n the citv on Friday, March 4. 1972, ilr. Herbert Cham-ers at the age of 53 years, be-oved husband of Mrs. Stella bombers of 203 24 St. S. Fu-eral arrangements will be an-ouncecl when completed. 1ARTIX BROS. LTD. Direc-ors of p'uneral C953 WAfJ REQUIRED f: O R cc'J mill and seed denning opera-ions. Waoes cominonsurale with ox-jcricncc. Rek-rcncei requjrcJ. Write aox 71, Herald. BASE: NTS? CAll_ SOUTMFRtJ S oncrete Service. PKore SALESMAN REQUIRED FOR soLrfhern Alberfa Selling adverlis Ing In weekly end monthly larm publication. Exclusive fcrrilory. Commissions patd monthly. Can carry olher lines. Box 73, Herald. MEMORIAL SOCIETY OF LETHBRIDGE lhat life should end wilh dig-nily and simplicity, rot wilh cosily, elaborate display. Become your uneral director by pre-planning VQ'Jr nsl rites through our facilities For nlormatlon 1o 11 3t 14 SI. Lelhbrfdge or 325-633S. BUILT HOWES, RUMPUS 1 ooir.i, renovaticni. Call Ted Binq-am construction. 327-3284. MIGHT DESK CLERK v th some knowledge crt audll pro-.cduros, Apply Mrs, Pclerson, El Rancbo Ifdel. OUILDIMG, CEMENT ,'ork stuccoinq, and orenson CcnslfucUor, 1020 7lh Ave. Phorie FARM HF.LP WANTED LIST qualify lor on (he Ir.itoii program, vjagc i4W per ncnlh. Good working conditions. Ap; y Im-mediately. Phone J29 -2140, Enchant. WANTED BY TOWtJ OF Dlatrrnore MACHINE OPERATOR .vilh ability to operate backhoe, Ironl-cnd loader and motor lied grader. 'ermanent, Appfy In wrillng to lown of Blalrmore Box 600, giving resume experience, age, etc Deadline for application) April 3, 1972, 5 p.'.n. GEfJERAL LABORER FOR RENDER-119 plant. Apply before S p.m. l.cth-brltfge Rendering. 333-1336. VmJDOWS AND DOORS iO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG-KG. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 326 J715. VMNTED WAN BETWEEN AGE 37 TO 37 FOR SALESMAN MANAGER OF MACHINE AGENCY IN LETHB R 1 D G E, PAR rfJCRSHIF' AVAILABLE WITH SMALL INVEST-ME NT. WRITE BOX 69, HERALD. C92S-30 Dependable man wtio can basements duq, water proofing. In-sured. free eslimales. Phone 317-6266. PATIOS, SIDEWALK! driveways, siding, tramlng and ru n pus rooms. Cupboards, finishing end all Your remodelling neerfi. No loo s m a Phone 328- Wfl7 even Ings SERVICES AND RETIRED MAM FOR PART-'ime al local pel r oleum bulk plant, Phone cr VACUU.'A SALES AND SERVICE XLRBY COMPANY OF LE1H-BRIDGE 33B-B962. withoul supervision Earn lo fl year plus bonus. Ccntacl customers in LetPihrfdqe area. Limited travel. We train. Air mall W. W. Olckerscn, Soulh-v.'ESlcrn Petroleum Corp., Fl. Wonh, Tex. PROGRESSIVE FORD DEALERSHIP in beauMlul cenlral AIDr-rJa, city c1 require! two JOURNEYMAN MECHANICS. Top (jt-.iranleca excellent company fcer.eiils, Phcr.e or SERVICF MANAGER, FESTIVAL j FORD SALES LTD., SEO' AVE RED DtLR, ALBERTA. 346-6615, DAYS OR EVENINGS, i B5EO-1 MARY RIVFR IRRIGATION DI5-r ct require! one 'water supervisor in trie Bow Island area and tv. D in Lake area. Interested s Invilcd lo apply at St. Mary River Irrioaticn Dislrict cfiicp in Isar.vJ. STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber Mamps, corporate seals, deters, etc. Sam? clay service. 2nd Ave. S. Phone 373-5114. CW. NUMBERS 41. Passed away In ie citv on Friday, March 24, 972, Mrs. Loretla Bright at the ge of 73 years, beloved wife f Mr. Oliver Bright of 1117 6th t. S. Funeral arrangements vill be announced when com-leled. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C951 MacQUARHlE John, of joleman, beloved husband of Dorothy JIacQuarrie, passed way in the Willow Creek Aux-lian' Hospital, Claresholm on rhursday, March 23, 1972, at age 74 years. Funeral services vill be held in Fantin's Cole-man Chapel on Monday, March 27 at p.m., with Rev. Dave officiating. Cremation vill follow in Calgary'. No flowers please. Persons wishing may donate to the Dr. Emil Aiello Memorial Fund, care of Pass Hospital, Blairmore, marking donations 'In memory of John Mac-Quarrie." FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. CMS SALES AND SERVICH. SER-i res on all makes of washers aid dryers, or conventional Also 3 mall appliances, rtsoft-crs, vacuum cleaners, elc. No ]db ico cr ico small. LETHBRIDGE APTM IANCE, 9C5 3rrJ Ave. S.- Phone I 327 -JJ56. C7Ji3-tf DRIVER SALESMAN FOR CITY ROUTE Between 25 and 50 years of oge. References required and must be bondable. Apply between 9 and 11 o.m., LETHBR1DGE LAUNDRY LTD., 1818 3rd Ave, S. IRRIGATION DISTRICT SALE OF LOTS BY TENDER Scaled tenders be received by he Tater trrijatlon District until 5 p.m., April U, 1S72 fcr lots In the Town of Taber, as Fellows: 15 and 16, Plan MM AQ Corner lets across street from Pest Office. Arrangement to be Cash only. The or any fender not Eflrily Qccepted. Particulars can be ob-oined nt the Taber Irrloatlon Dlstrkl General OfiiLe, Adminisiralicn Build- nrf, laber. Ken P. Anderson. Manager, 1 Taber Irrigation District. MSI SALE BY TENDER Seated tenders will be accepted p.m. F-rlday, April 7, to purcnflse NE'i containing J60 acres more or less. Tender should state terms and conditions of offer. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. LESEE-? has the option lo meet the highest tender- The purchaser v.-iM 1o 1 purchasp 1ha improvements on the place. Ttrnis cosh, D. M. Holladay SecrEtary-Tres surer County of Warner No S Warner, Alberta. GARDENING six H.P. AR'ENS rolollller. tivtt Phone laborer required for new Coaldale Cheese Factory. Should have some experience in milk processing or cheese factory- Cantncl the manager at the factory. P.6J5-14 TREE SURGERY FREE e si J marts. Pruning, trimming and fell-nq. Call CHICKEN MANURE (NO strgwl. For lav.ns and gardens. PUone TJURSERIES LTD. WE prune trees and shrubs professionally, Phone No Sunday calls. WANTED MANAGEMENT TRAINEE; For national variety chain be ambitious and willing t o learn Between 1S-I1- Far furlher details apply in per sen to MANAGER AT WOOLYVORTH'S PENITENTIARY SERVICE i Requires 1 CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS DRUMKELLER INSTITUTION Salary per week Grade 12 education. Over 31 at age. Gocd tiealih Contac! Your Nearest CANADA MANPOWER OFFICE f C- lurlher 1 r.1 or m alien and ipplita-lien forms. ROTOTII.I FRS, AERATORS, SEEDERS, POWER RAKES AND LAWN ROLLERS AT WARD'S. 328-f77i. FINISHED CLEANING YOUR YARD? Two reliable teenagers ha-jl the debris. F'hone 327-0968. A POWER RAKF! GREEN up and air up your If required, man available. Rolotiller for rent. Phone 127-2383; evenings, J27-1395. Jotin Forrest Color Centre. POWER RAKING, f ER-tilizinq. Free Satisfaction guaranteed. Phcne 328-077S, IRRIGATION DISTRICT SALE OF IOTS BY TENDER Sealed fenders will be received by the Irrigation District until 5 p.m., April U, 1572, for land, as WE1'., Section 23, T-.vp. 10, Ranaa 16, Presently grais tand. Can ke irrlgaltd [sprinKlerK To be fenced 2 sides n Ar-rangernenls to be Cash only. highest or any tender not netes-sar ly acctuled. Partkufars can be ob tained at the Taber Irrinallon District General Olfice, Admlntslraticn BuiTd-ing, Tater, Ken P. Anderson, Manager, Taber Irrigation District. SALES REPRESENTATIVE with leading national travel trai -er manufacturer. Extensive travel required. Experience in recreation vehicle or allied Industry preferred. Reply in confidence to Box 53, Herald. Passed awav in Book raw fcr your aarden rototiiring. Reasonable rates. Prione 3Ifl-3011 Passed away in he city on Thursday, March 23, 1972, following a brief illness, Mrs. Rose Abbott at the age of 80 years of 105 Avenue, Sherwood Park, Alberta, (formerly of beloved wife of the ate Mr. Wilfred Alfred Abbott. Born, raised and educated in England, the late Mrs. Abbott was married on Marcli 14, 1910 and three days later foiled for Canada and settled in Bulyea, Saskatchewan. They moved to Creston Valley in 1921, where hey remained until moving to Peace River Country nine years later. They moved to Fort Macleocl in 1942, city on Thursday, March 23, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Maria Doenz at the Tge of 79 years, of 117 7th Avenue A South, beloved wife of he late Mr. Nick Doenz. Born n St. Georgian, Austria, the a e Mrs. Dcenz came to Canada in 1913 and spent some ime in the Edmonton area, moving to Warner around 1920, she married the late Mr. Nick Doenz in Lethbridge and they farmed in the Warner area for several years before moving to arm in Milk River ui 1927. She was predeceased by her uisband in 1940 and two years ater moved lo Lethbridge to live with her daughter and has resided here ever since. She is survived by one son, Mr. Frank Doenz, Milk River: one (laugh. ler, Miss Lois Doenz, Lcth-bridge; five granddaughters, Mrs. Wayne (Twila) Wilson, Calgary, Miss Veronica Dcenz, Lethbridge, Miss Valerie Doenz, Calgary, Bernadine and Patricia Doenz, Milk River, and two grandsons, Lanny and Jesse Doenz of Milk River. Besides her loving husband, she was predeceased by two inlant daughters, Helen and Ruby, and one son, Fred Doenz, who was killed in action in 1942, while serving overseas with tlie Canadian Patricia's Light Infantry. Prayers will be sairi at p.m. on Friday (tonight) at St. Patrick's Churci, Leihbridge. Requiem Mass be celebrated on Monday al a.m. (March 27th) ui St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father M. Gillis celebrant. Interment will follow in the Warner Cemelery. Friends may pay their rcsoects at Martin Bros. T R A D'l T I 0 N A L CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue S. Phone 328-2361, (courtesy parking at the rear of the Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of Mrs. M. Wrav, 1705 15th St. S. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C930 OUR WINTER WORKS PRO-pram V.'e are TAKING ORDERS and FREE ESTIMATES on r mming of TREES and HEDGES, to be donfl this winter. Phone TRAINEES Rapidly expanding retail Tirm wilh stores from coast to coast has im-rnedialc openings for recen! gradu-sles to Irain on the lob for siore man-aqement. Fulure In hone o f ce and adirinislralEvE positions-WE MEAT MANAGER Required FX CENTRE VILLAGE IGA. fully experienced in all phases cf meat riepar linen) r-peration. E-celler.l salary and incentive plan. Company fringe benefits. V.'rife P.O. Box 733 Uthbridge, Alto. AERATING Problems wilh dry and burr! and air to penetrate the sell. Gel to the root of the problem. Call now for your free tstimates and tn-pnintmenls at after 5 p.m. TENDER BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Sea'ed Tenders rnarktd "Contract No. Invited buf must be received at the office of the Genera Manager, A berta Government Telephones, Box 741 1, 10020 100th Street, 31sf Floor, Edmonton, Alberta, n o t later than M.S.T. Thurs-dav, Acril 13, for: Esl. 950176, BrooVs. fcr Ihe supply and prerMon of ii'6" x 73'0" one sforov FnFjtal buildina com-prrta vvilh flrsocla'ed median csl, grading, qravetllng, fencing, etc. Comclelion date shall b? Scplernbc-r U, 1972. P flns ar.d specifications mav be ohtoined from trie cf the Contract AdminiFtralinn- Purchasing DDpsrtrr.ent, Alberta Government Eo days afler elcs-no dale of tenders, ntherwfss the pcs t siiafi b? Icrefeif. by a Bid Bond fn the value of 10 per cent of the terrier. The successful bidder re-qu red to furniih a Performance Bond and a Labour anrt Material Paymenl Bond, each In 1h? value of 10 oer cent of the Contract. Plans and Specifications have been placed In the Ccnslnjcllon Associations at Edmonton, Caloary, Wiedl-c ne and Lethbrldqe for the use of sub-ccrtiractors. AH fnaulr es reaerding the ol this fender shglf be directed to Enqf neerinq Supervisor of Buildinq Coo-sfructlcn, clicns Edmonlcn. The riaht is reserved ID reject any or ell bids. J. Dodds, General Manager bW t_ i PROVINCE PETS AND CHESAPEAKE PUPS. Phone 236-2271, Granurn. slartinq salary holidays life insurance Pcnsicn plon and other benelill QUALIFICATIONS Leadership ability A'us! be. prepared lo relocale urade XII Preference" fllven lo college grao-uates APPLY S. S. KRESGE CO. 4th Ave. and 6'h Street S. REGISTERED FEMALE BRIT-fany Soaniel. Nine months old. Phone 32B-3728. TURNING POINT Manulife has a career sales j-riry for you. H you ace a loc.il ability, Ihis could well be me lurr.ing point in your life. This qosilirn clfer's a complele training program end above average remuneration. phcr.e 527-551 J (or rtn apptiinlrr.fnf or vjrilo Brunner, Manufacturers Life Insurance Company, JG? Eth St. s., Lefhbridge. All replies te answered. CLIPPING AMD GROOM-Ing. Reasonaljle ratts. Phone i23-3763. 194 and moved to Lethbridge in 1954. where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by daughters Mrs. Mabel W a t m o u g h, Sliauglmessy, Mrs. P h y 1 1 is Rowe, Sherwood Park: fivo sons, Messrs. Bill W. Abbott, Fort St. John, Sid J. Abbott, Dawson Creek, Cyril T. Abbott, Lethbridge, Stan A. Abbott, Keremoes, B.C., ten A. Abbot, Gurai, Alberta, 25 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren, and one sister in England. The funeral service wil be held on Saturday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating Interment will follow in Arch mount Memorial Gardens friends may pav their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CILVPEL. 812 3 Ave. S. Phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of Funeral Service. SALE ONE POUR YEAR OLD male Chihuahua. Phane 313-7950, ,'AONTH OLD WALE POODLE fcr EJlo- Che col ate Phw.e 32 L-Ji7-t, effer 6 p.m. .SILVER f.VINIATURt; POODLE PUP-pi's Mate end feiraie, Phone 3'S-iial. 8423 G.M. PARTSMAN Required for aggressive dealership In northern Alberts. Top salary ava able for experienced capable person, wilh desire to advar.ce in our growing company. Please reply giving details as to ane marital slalus and experience lo J. "E Hansen, Vumpeier Pcntiat. Bulck I 100 St., Grande Prairie Alberta. Prime JJI BSfiS. KITTENS, TO BE GIVEN av.'fly. Phcne after 5 p.m. TEACHERS pets. Reasonable price. Hnve onn for Garter, dill after 6 p.m., 3rd Ave. A S. Phone 32E-3-i23. TEACHER V.' th recent experience. Phone 335-8WO VIZSLA (HUNGARIAN Pointer) pups. Excellent hunting background. Vaccinated, paper trained. S50 ar.d up. Syleslial Kennels, Reg'd-, Sylvan Lake, Alberta OF LETHBREDGE NO. 26 Applications are Invited For Ihe position cf 1 SUPERVISOR OF READING tn commence Seplember Is1 l Salary to be negotiated. Sue cessful applicant will work UTicfer 1h writing lo Mr. S. Zoychuk, Sales H. J, Kellam ltd. 613 1 1 Avenue S.W. CALGARY, V DA T 1 N i By computer for fur., frier.dih p rfi marfiiigc. Send nsmo, address ar sl age in confidence lo: COMMAT, Be k 13BS, Great Kalli, Montana, 59-103. Re 1 pttlablt artutls cnly. and who have established a fixe cf business in the Province o 0 Alberta, A deposit cf Twenfy-Fiv Dollars (JIS.01K payabfe to the C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTAL A Gravel leveling. Compaction equip merit. Concrete equipment, C o r r a J cleaning. 328-4745. 1J10 ?n lp Ave. S. C609-WHY TAKE ON THE ADDED incial Treasurer, will be required fo each ccpy cf the Ccotracf and Spec f J cations taXen, and for grading protect profiles v.il1 be supplied upco a forfhe deptisit ol Dollars (J35.CO 1 Each hid must bo accompanied by marked chcauc cr tend tqual ANONYMOUI Anyone v.ilh A drinkina P'ob en Phone j'27-SOi? cr 358-3J-'i, after Gentleman (aqe 37-49 years of ag ha enjoys dsncinp and Jporls, flnd drapes. Please call us any j Deputy Minister of e tims el m-S3S6 Inr fee estimates. cf Alfcftrta, rt Legislativa Ouildiflq. Edmcnton. Give us your facts, put in kture, Merchandising and service businesses make a contribution to the Canadian economy every year. They employ more people and produce more revenue than any other industry group. Now, in the final phase of the 1971 Cen- sus of Canada, we're measuring the precise share of that activity generated by each business in these categories. The figures relating to your operation are vital to this measuring process. If you are a wholesaler, retailer, or sup- plier of services, you will have received a census questionnaire to complete. Please fill it in and mail it back promptly. When the Census of Merchandising and Sendee Businesses has been taken, we will be able to produce a clear picture of national trends in these fields, so you can see exactly where you fit in. In the 1966 census, for example, we found merchandising patterns like this: Relail Trade by Employment Size, 1965 E Per cent of tolal relail outlets S3 Per cent of total sales 1-2 3-5 6-10 r.reEROF PESSCNS PER STORE Morf limn Ibfielailslorfs it: Canada ojt pfitiatfd by cue 01 ttco persons, but they account ;W only of salts. Slorts moif than 21 ptjsms, on ihe clhcr hand, amount tc only oj the lotal, but takf in nearly cj soles ittinut. Whatever your sales volume may be, the 1971 census data will show you how your performance compares with others of simi- lar size, nationally, provincially, or in your own county or census district. Sales, pay- rolls and number of employees are among the variables you can measure. Your individual information will con- tinue to be held in strictest confidence, as required by law. We won't publish figures in cases where there are fewer than three firms in a given category, so no one will be able to identify your specific results. The Merchandising and Service Division of Statistics Canada is taking this census to produce accurate, up-to-date informa- tion to help in your business planning. To do this, it needs your up-to-date results. The breadth and thoroughness of the cen- sus is what makes it so important to so many people in business and government alike. Statistics Statistique Canada Canada ;