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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta K HELP WANTED Experienced cosmetician-clerk required Immediately at local drug store. Write Box 68, Herald. C83S5-30 Home tor lady pensioner In exchange for plain cooking duties lor (our adults. Phone 327-3661. 1108-30 A CAREER IN SALES It you have a car and consider yourself friendly, you will make a week or more by taking our orders Phone 329-0234. C8387-30 Help needed in specialized hog unit. Farm background preferred. Board provided. Wages negotiable. Phone Taber noon to 1 p.m. or 9-10 p.m., 1163-1 Major tire and rubber company with very high volume in Calgary market, requires aggressive sales oriented persons, who are planning on locating in Calgary. We offer good starting salary, commission and car allowance and all the help the right person needs. Reply P.O. Box 5212. Station A. Calgary. 1106-3 Major tire and rubber company requires tire service people who are planning on locating in Calgary. Starting per hour and up, depending on experience. Training unexperienced persons who qualify. Reply P.O. Box 5212, Station A, Calgary. 1107-3 FORD Experienced individual required for largest Ford dealer in B.C. interior. Please write to or phone DEARBORN MOTORS, Kamloops 604-374- 0331. Attention Parts Manager. 947-28 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY EXPERIENCED MOTORCYCLE MECHANIC Full time employment. Apply to Lauder Cycles Ltd.. 663 3rd St. S.E.. Medicine Hat. Phone 526-2328. 797-28 WAREHOUSE COUNTER POSITION OPEN Minimum age 20 years Opportunity for someone to grow with the company. Apply Oliver Industrial Supply Ltd 327-1571. for appointment C8298-27 ASSISTANT CREDIT MANAGER Required for major department store. Finance, banking or retail experience an asset Apply to Mr. Colpitts. Woolco Credit Department, College Mall. Lethbridge. 1135-30 ACCOUNTANT Position is open in our Accounts Payable Department A minimum of three years accounting experience is essential. Excellent working conditions, with company fringe benefits available to successful applicant. Please apply in writing, stating experience and expected salary Mr. M. D Rombough P.O. Box 99 Lethbridge, Alberta WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS C8374-30 DRIVER SALES PERSON WAREHOUSE AND RELIEF DRIVER SALES PERSON Required by local welding distributor. Some truck driving, mechanical or welding knowledge desirable. Permanent employment for reliable and mature persons. Full line of company benefits. For appointment phone 328-1711, Local 236. C8380-3 FARM EQUIPMENT MECHANICS Massey Ferguson dealer requires two permanent farm equipment mechanics. Applicants DO NOT require to be licensed but must have practical experience in servicing of farm machinery. Salary range is open to qualified applicants. CONTACT: Phil Wilde Barrco Equipment Ltd. 405 33rd St. N. Lethbridge. Alberta Phone 328-7131 C8381-30 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Feedmill Operator Feedmill Counter Clerk Service Hardware Clerk Office Accountant These positions otfer an attractive package ol compensation including life insurance, dental and pension programs. Reply in confidence to: N. G. Hargreaves General Manager Drumheller Co-op Ltd. Box 6000 Drumheller. Aiberta 1134-3 KOFHCE.CLBICAI _ NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMPANY REQUIRES RECEPTJOV1ST-8ILLEH GOOD TYPING EXCELLENT COMPANY BENEFITS APPLY G M. EASTHOPE. 2327 2ND AVENUE NORTH 328-552J CS348-29 J7 lESTABMNT.Hflm _ HUH time Apply in person Shanghai Chop Suey. stlw 4 30 p m. C81SO-1 Part Jtme waiter Outrider Tavrnx Apply 1o Ken Tarnag! m person C8361-2 Full limp Experience not necessary: will Iram Swing shifts Contact Mrs. Shaw. El Ranctio Molor Holel C82S1-28 or wafler required al Top Also required Experience nert necessary Apply person C83SW-3 Waitresses and wartcrs required ai Golden Bridge Westauraril Apply m person Io Henry Phone 326- 2525 C2712-W Part lime needed rxceDerrl wording conditions Appty n person al Crest Mole! 1030 Mayor vTagraTh Drive C8338-29 roauired j-1 Luigi's House Ateo e-TpCTtence not necessary m person. 306 S1 C8337-2 07 KSTAUHAKT.HOm Short order cook. Morning shllt. Apply In person. Park Plaza Restaurant. C8318-1 Housekeeping personnel required for cleaning rooms. Full time. Apply in person to Hazel. El Rancho Motor Hotel. C8319-1 Motel staff wanted for room cleaning. Good working conditions. Phone between 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Bridge Town House Motel, 327-4576. C8336-29 Experienced wanted in Claresholm. clear, plus board and lodging. Phone 235-2622.957-28 68 DOMESTIC Wanted Reliable babysitter for approximately 15 to 20 hours per week. Spruce Drive Woolco area. Phone 329-3040. after 6 p.m. 948-1 Babysitter to come in, five days a %week. from May 1st to September 31st. Two week break in summer. Phone 328-6371. 1007-30 Live in on farm. 824-3530. Nobleford, collect after 6 p.m. 1059-30 Mature (motherly) woman wanted to babysit two children in our home. Please reply immediately. 328- 3785. 1060-29 69 Capable person required for dry land farm. Must be experienced. Write Box 45. Herald. 623-tf Wanted Married couple for farm work on irrigated farm. Write Box 30, Herald. 301-tf Couple for year round farm work. Responsible for 150 acres beets. New three bedroom mobile home. Write Box 137, Herald. 9364-tf Individual for dairy and general farm work. Phone 328-5497 R. H. Boulton, five miles north Canadian Dressed Meats. 8726-tl Need growers for silage Corn-up to 1500 acres. Will do own harvesting. Supply planter at nominal fee. Write Box 78, Herald. 8348-9M Wanted Rock pickers. Must be able to drive tractor. Must have own transportation. Write Box 25, Herald. 247-H Wanted Capable individual to drive tractor and attend wheel-move sprinklers. Write Box 27, Herald. 248-tf Reliable individual, experienced in operating large farm equipment. References required. Five day week per hour. Phone 328-8467 between 6 and 8pm. 1061-29 Wanted Farm employee for year- round farm work. House and utilities supplied. Hourly wages, holiday pay and other fringe benefits. Excellent pay scale and working conditions. Haney Farms Ctd, Picture Butte Phone 738-4410. 738-4425, 738- 4421. C8160-1 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL REGISTERED NURSES Part time and Relief Duty Required Immediately Openings available in all units. Good selection of shifts. 96 hourly rate. For further information contact Personnel Office LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL Phone 327-4531 C8349-29 71 TEACHERS WANTED THREE HILLS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 60 PRINCIPALSHIP for September 3, 1974 HUXLEY SCHOOL Grades 1-9. approximately 80 pupils, four teachers. Some administrative time allowed. Teacherage available APPLICATION DEADLINE APRIL 17. 1974 Please contact: Mr. G. A. Wilson Superintendent of Schools. Three Hills School Division No. 60. Box 310. Trochu. Alberta. TOM 2CO C8383-30 72 LICENSED KMDEKAIITEIIS Kradle Koop Day Care Centre Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre 328-2509. C4658-H 76 KWIMSEMHXS Custom drapes made. Yardage available. Phone 327-6323. days: 327-2992. nights. 8114-tt ENTaTAINJNUIT _ EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE DANCE GROUPS AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS. ETC. PHONE 328- 2867. 4951-tf 78 LOST AMD FOIHID Lost Small shorthaired black and white cat. north side. Reward. Phone 3Z7-6530 949-28. Lost E'gM month old German Srtcoherd. Welling area. Answers Jo name Phone 752-3777 Raymond or LethSndge 328- 5612 975-1 Ride needed Io Turin starting April 4 JO May a m eet oi wood and approximately 4000 square feet of stucco (the stucco is also to be patched) Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders must be submitted by noon on April 19. 1974 Brian F. Hubka. Pastor Box 310 "oremost M13C FORM 47 NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING IN LOCAL NEWSPAPER KSec 68 <14) l PAUL OJANI <2SS4) Notice is Thereby given thai Paul Oiani. operatlno as "R S O made" an assignment wto barrtcruplcy on 20th day ol MsrcJh, 1974. and The Hrst meeting ol creditors wrtl be held on the 1Otri day April. 1974, al 10 OO o'clock in forenoon al Ihe office of flUOO. GOOLO EU1OT. 519 7ih SI Scnrtn. lelhbrtdcte in ihe Prcvmoe tfl A'berta DATED AT tETHBfllDGE. ALBERT A, Jhls 22nd day ol March. 1974 W R. lord. C A Trustee S19 71h S'resrt S ATberw T1J 3Z6" M132 2 POLICEMEN KILLED CHICAGO (AP) Two members of a specisi police operations unit were shot and killed Wednesday night in a tavern. The two had followed a man into the tavern, where a struggle started. The gunman escaped irr a car. Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH KROPF Bud and Sandra Kropf are happy to announce the birth of their son Gregory Charles, weighing 6 Ibs. 7 ozs., at the Fort Macleod Hospital on March 11, 1974. A new brother for Stephen. 1113 DEATHS HAIRY BULL Passed away Monday, March 25, 1974 at his residence on the Blood Indian Reserve, Sam Hairy Bull, beloved husband of Lucy Hairy Bull of the Blood Reserve, at the age of 74 years. He is survived by his wife, Lucy; two daughters, Mrs. D. (Eileen) Crane Chief, Mrs. J. (Celina) Rabbit; one son, Martin; two brothers, Leo and Paul; 33 grandchildren and five great- grandchildren, all of the Blood Reserve. Funeral service will be held in the Lavern Catholic Church on Friday, March 29, 1974 at 11 a.m., Rev. J. Regnier officiating. Interment in the Lavern Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers at the home of Sam Hairy Bull on Thursday (tonight) at 7 p.m. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C8402 BREZOVSKI Passed away at Taber on Wednesday, March 27, 1974, Joseph, at the age of 76 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Brezovski of Taber. Prayers will be said in Humphries Funeral Chapel, Taber on Friday, March 29 at p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber on Saturday, March 30 at a.m., with Rev. Father Don O'Dwyer celebrant. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber, in charge of arrangements. C8401 PUBLIC NOTICES GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION DIVISION SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned, up p.m. Edmonton time on April 23. 1974, at the Design and Construction Division Office, located on the 4th floor of the Milner Building. 10040 104 Street. Edmonton, Alberta, for the construction of "Gull Lake .Stabilization The work is located in portions of sections 28. 34, and 35 of TP 40. R1. W5. approximately one mile north of the Town of Bentley. The main items of work and approximate quantities are as follows: Excavation including stripping, borrow and canal 115.000 cubic yards Compaction of impervious fill 50.000 cubic yards Supply and placement (a) reinforced concrete 215 cubic yards (b) granular materials 5.000 cubic yards (c) corrugated steel pipe 1.320 lineal feet Tenders shall be clearly marked "Gull Lake Stabilization Project Contract ST. Plans and specifications may be obtained from the office located at the above address, or the Department Offices located in the Provincial Administration Building. Lethbridge and the J J. Bowlen BuildingfRoom 601.620 7 Avenue S.W.. Calgary on deposit of S25.00 by cash or certified cheque made payable to the Provincial Treasurer of Alberta Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or Bid Bond made payable to the Provincial Treasurer, equal to 10% of the Tender, and such other forms as specified in the Tender documents. Tenders will be opened in public. The (owes: or any lender will not necessarily be accepted For further information contact Mr. P. G. Melnychuk. Director. 425-1130 E. E Ballantyne. D.V.M.. Oeouty Minister. M126 TOWN OF MILK RIVER Notice is hereby given thai under :he provisions of The Tax Recovery Act. the Town of River will oiler 5cr sate by public auction at the office of the swetary-sreasiter. Milk Rwer. Alberta, or: Wednesday. Apr.-1 10th. 1974. a5 10-00 o'clock m Ihe forenoon, the loH'owmq iatxJS' Lot Stock Plan 14 6 2227Y 2 20 4110CA Each parcel wilt be ollered lor sate. suSiecl Io Ihe approval o? she Vhntsler oi Municipal Aflaws. as 'o ihose parcels upon wtrtcfi any person TesxJes ot tf which any person is in atfual occupation and Io a reserve bid and lo Ihe reservations and conjained ihe certificate of title Terms -may by ol all arrtigrs of tares and '5U "51 snv 1'me prior 1o sale ihe Town of Milk River, in noe o! Alberta, Ibis 23rd day ar-u..rv. 1974 H ROBERTS. Mill. Rrt'pr. Alberta M125 ROTATE TIRES AKRON. Ohio (API Goodyear suggests that to get the most out of radial tires, relate them every 6.000 miles and. anlike conventional tires, dom't crisscross them. Radials should stay on (he same side of the car and be switched from front to rear. DEATHS WILLS Frank of Hillspring, passed away in Lethbridge on Friday, March 22nd, 1974 at the age of 69 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Rita Wills of Hillspring. Mr. Wills was born in England on April 22, 1904 and came to Coaldale in 1927. He joined the Calgary Highlanders in 1939' and served overseas during Second World War with the occupational forces in Germany until 1949. Upon returning, moved to Hillspring and was residing there at the time of his passing. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife Rita, one sister, Alice Giles in England. Funeral services were held at Graveside in the Hillspring Cemetery on Monday, March 25 at 1 p.m., with Bishop Sheldon Wynder officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Al Workman, Lester Renfrew, Ben Wills, Jack Smid, Bill O'Gryzlo, Mark Workman, Les Nolan. Tuckie Wills; pallbearers Dean Gibb, Dick Smith, Forest Strate, Guy Alired, Fat Wynder, Raymond Young. C8397 JACOBS Thelma Burnham passed away in Lethbridge on Monday, March 25th. 1974, at the age of 71 years, beloved wife of Henry C. Jacobs of 716 13th St. S. Funeral services will be held in the 10th Ave. L.D.S. Chapel on Friday, March 29th, 1974 at p.m., with Bishop Ruedon Selk officiating. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Funeral Services. C8398 BRUNSDALE Clarence Leonard, passed away in Cardston on Tuesday, March 26th. 1974. at the age of 89 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Hazel Brunsdale of Cardston. Funeral services will be held in the Cardston Alberta Slake Chapel- on Saturday, March 30th, 1974 at 1 p.m., with Bishop Reed Zemp officiating. Interment will follow in the Burdett Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects from 12 noon, prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Building. Lethbridge- SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Cardston, Directors of Funeral Service. C8399 KATAN Nick, passed away in Lethbridge on Wednesday. March at the age of 59 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Esther Katan of 10J7 6th St. N. Mr. Katari was September 1.1914 in Lethbridge. He received his education in the Lethbridge schools and has lived here all his life. He was a member of the Miners" Library and the Labor Club and was especially active in the Fish and Game Club of the Miners' Library. He was an avid gardener and always had a well kept yard. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife Esther, one daughter. Mrs. Nick (Pauleltc) Alvau of Lethbridge: two sisters. Mrs. Jark Diebert of Foremost and Annie Bohnovich of Ijethbridge and one brother Prter Kalan of Lethbridge He was predeceased by one brother John Katan. Funeral services wi31 be held in the Chnstensen Chapel on Friday, March 29. 1974 at p.irt. with Father Bruce Field officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects from p.m. in the Chnstensen Chape] tonight. March 28.1974. In lieu of flowers donations may be made io the Canadian Cancer Society (409 Canada Trust i. CHRISTENSETV SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C8400 DEATHS JENKINS William Cyril, a long-time resident of Coleman, passed away on Tuesday, March 26, 1974, at age 85 years. He was born in Wales, September At the time of his death, he was a resident of Blunt's Nursing Home in Fort Macleod. He was a bachelor. Survivors include nieces and nephews in California. Funeral services will be held in Fantin's Coleman Chapel on Saturday; March 30th at a.m., with Rev. Douglas Dunn officiating. Cremation will follow. No flowers by request. Persons wishing kindly donate to the Dr. Aiello Memorial Fund, care of Crowsnest Pass General Hospital, Blairmore. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C8396 CUNNINGHAM Melvin M., passed away suddenly in Mesa, Arizona on March 14, 1974. A memorial service was held in Red Deer on March 25 at Gaetz Memorial United Church. Left to mourn his passing besides his loving wife, Margaret are one son, Perry of Comox, B.C. and one daughter, Mrs. Joan Sullivan of Calgary and four grandchildren. He was associated with several business activities in Red Deer since 1938 and will be well remembered throughout the Province as a Past District Governor of Rotary International 's 1168 IN MEMORIAMS MCQUILLAN in loving memory of a dear husband, our dad and grandpa Jim, who passed away March 28th, 1973. To live in the hearts of those who loved him, is not to die. missed, and ever loved by the family 1114 MURRAY In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Blanche Murray who passed away March 28, 1972. and remembered always. Marion and boys 1164 Bridge results Ladies Wed. Afternoon D.B.C. March 20 Club tournament Individual winner playing for the Pilling Trophy. 1. Helen Foss: 2. Edna Santa; 3. Evelyn Wyatt. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. March 20 N.S. 1. Richard Spackman, W. D. Stitt: 2. Bob Marshall, Charles Sudeikat: 3. Isabel Wright. Willa Waters. E.W. l. David Miron, H. C. Ko: 2. Allan Roberts, E. V. Langford; 3. Irvin Quan. Bill Loewen. Novice Game March 20 1. Birthe Perry, Bodil Johannsen; 2. Rose Niedermier. Louise Kimber; 3 and 4 tied Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kwiczak with Audrev Scott and Edith Faulkner. Thursday Night D.B.C. March 21 N.S. 1. David Miron. Willa Waters: 2. George Santa. Wayne Winter: 3. Wilma Winter. Richard Spackman. E.W. 1. Robert Santa, Charles Sudeikat: 2. Bob Marshall, Mark Yoshihara; 3. J. C. Landeryou, M. J. Grant. Friday Night D.B.C. March 22 N.S. 1. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Waters: 2. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Foss: 3. Elmer Culler. Isotfel Johnson. E.W. 1. David Miron. Ross Miron: 2. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Winter: 3. J. C Landeryou. Bill Dodd. Unit Game March 24 1. Wayne Winter. David Miron: 2. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Foss: 3. Robert Santa, Mark Yoshihara. Railways losing battle Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The two major railways fought a "futile battle" to keep their lines on the prairies open but had found it an impossible job because of severe snow conditions, the Commons has learned. The railways plowed a quar- ter of a million miles of track in a desperate effort to get grain through the snow blocked lines. Otto Lang, minister in charge of the Wheat Board, said the Canadian National Railways' had faced an even tougher task than CP-Rail because snow conditions in the northern part of the provinces were worse than in the south. Frank Hamilton Current-Maple Creek) asked who was responsible for ordering trains to try and get through the snow blocked lines. Was it the Wheat Board or the railways? Mr. Lang explained that within the committed number of cars that are available to the Wheat Board from the railways, the block shipping system allocates cars to particular blocks week by week. The cars are then within the blocks, allocated by specific elevator companies. The block shipping system is an organization that includes the direction of the Wheat Board represents the operating arm of railways, said Mr. Lang. Mr. Hamilton asked if the railways at this late date had been allowed to declare certain lines inoperative until track conditions improve. He also wondered why if had taken so long to declarefeome, of the lines inoperative? Mr. Lang said there were serious complaints from farmers who find lines closed. He said the government had been criticized for lines being inoperative. "The railways did attempt to keep lines in the prairies open but they now find it is an impossible job in the remaining said Mr. rLang. The CNR has specifically in- dicated dates before which they do not expect to use cars on all lines. Mr. Lang expected the CPR which has less of a problem, may have to do something similar. The minister said a number of committees are holding meetings to look at measures that may be taken to clear the lines. "Our objective is. to move the grain on to the main lines and then have the fastest possible turn around of rail equipment in order to make up the hypothetical potential losses4" said Mr. Lang. Chickens being gassed Third plant for 'Hat CALGARY