Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
iNELPWMITEl Assistant or required jy machinery dealer Should lave background Top rlnge benefits. Apply staling Mperlence etc. to Box 147 Herald or '.0 Box 1232. Lethbrldge C8202-3 Bookkeeper required Progressive diversified ind hog operation requires jxperienced bookkeeper Wages jommensurate with ability and experience Write Box Herald stating job etc. 321-4 _arge farm machine outlet 'arm machine mechanics Must have Icense Good working guaranteed income life retirement pension accumulative sick will pay up to per year to right person Apply stating age and availability to Bex Herald or Box Lethbndge C8203-3 CHALLENGE WITH A FUTURE Urgently require parts manager experience preferred Must take full charge of department which is rapidly expanding or handicap no barrier fringe benefits open for negotiation CONTACT W T MGR RAYMOND MOTORS CO LTD BOX RAYMOND. ALTA C8191-tf WORK FOUR DAYS OFF THREE DAYS MOTOR HOME MANUFACTURER NEEDS TRAINEE OR TRAINED PERSONNEL 3302 5TH AVE N C8265-6 TRUCKS REQUIRED Join Canada's largest movers of mobile homes and holiday Hauling area covers four western N W USA and Alaska Apply to NATIONAL TRAILER Convoy of Canada Ltd 919A 46th Avenue S E Calgary. Alberta Phone 243-3542 374-4 WAREHOUSE WORKER Heavy lifting required No dust allergies Shift work 40 hour week year round No short term Apply in person Ellison's Head Office Lethbndge CB550-tf ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK Position is open for a youthfu attractive person with minimum one year experience in the accounts payable section of Accounting Excellent working conditions with company fringe benefits available to successful applicant Please apply in writing starting experience and expected salary to Mr M D Rombough P O Box 99 Canbra Foods Ltd Alta C8326-4 GRAIN ELEVATOR MANAGER ror Picture Butte elevator Permanent Must be bondable and m good health Experience preferred Apply in person. Ellison's Head Office. Letnbndge C8549-tt WELDER We have an immediate opening for a qualified welder with a first or second class Alberta ticket Interested applicants should call Mr Glen Mathews at for interview appointment C8177-4 Machinist lor diversified repair shop Wages commensurate with qualifications Phone 32S-3464 or apply Hvlo Machine and Tool. 1276 2nd Ave C8180-2 OPENINGS IN RAYMOND PINCHER CREEK TABER LAUGH ALL I HE WAY TO THE BANK As an Avon you can make good money even if you've never before interested7 Call 328-7424 or write Mrs M Scott 2514 23rd Avenue South C8042-2 PACKING HOUSE BUTCHERS Phone Gerald 328-1756 CANADIAN DRESSED MEATS LTD C8171-4 feANK OF NOVA SCOTIA MAIN BRANCH Vacancy for ledger supervisor to commence May 1974 Applicants should have some experience in supervision in this fie'd or minimum of two years banking experience Apply In person or contact Duncan Hollows 327-5794 for further details C8301-7 Required immediately experienced sales person for Furniture Department by Canada's fastest growing department store. Good starting salary Apply m Personnel Woolco Department Stores CB332-4 MATURE PERSON FOR PERMANENT NIGHT DUTY P.M 7A M IN NURSING HOME Apply in EDITH CAVELL NURSING HOME 1255 5th Ave. S. C8302-7 Male and female Janitor work Mm age 25 Four to five hours five day week Contact Mr J. A Schiller. 328-7771 9 a m -5 P m C8345-3 Personnel for modern manufacturing plant required for the following positions WELDERS tickets equal to Alberta second class journeyman Blueprint reading required. Rate 54 to 47 per hour PAINTERS class Rate to S4 93 per hour ASSEMBLY PERSONNEL or without mechanical but must have mechanical background Rate 84 to 90 per hour. All fringe benefits available II interested call business hours after 277-8024. Calgary 674-9 KKLrWAMTEl Machine required Immediately for road construction Modern camp facilities available For further particulars contact J. Ftoxhaug. County of Warner No 5. Warner Phone 642-3635. C8192-2 TRUCK DRIVER REQUIRED. SOME YARD WORK. STEADY EMPLOYMENT APPLY IN PERSON NATIONAL SALVAGE CO 206 33RD ST N C8915-tf Welder with machine shop experience Diversified work and repair Phone 328-3464 or apply Hylo Machine and 1276 2nd Ave S C8181-2 If you are Interested in selling come and talk to us at 122 8th St. S. C8303-30My permanent Journeyman and Jour- neyman rate per hour Living cost holiday pay Contact Petrochem 11628 149th St. Edmonton Phone 454- 1567 from 9 am to 4 p m 187-2 BOOKKEEPER REQUIRED FOR SALES AND SERVICE OFFICE BOOKKEEPING BANKING EXPERIENCE ESSENTIAL SUBMIT DETAILS IN WHITING TO BOX HERALD C8172-2 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL Waitresses and waiters required ai Golden Bridge Restaurant Apply In person to Henry Yee Phone 328- 2525 C2712-tf Evening full Contact Bill after 5 p m El Rancho Motor Hotel C8327-8 Mature desk clerk needed at Lodge Motel For appointment phone 329- 0100 C8283-tf Lounge personnel required Swing shifts Apply in person to Mr G Royer Park Plaza Motor Hotel C8211-3 wanted immediately for relief Approximately three weeks Experience please apply in person to Majorette Restaurant are open from Sam to 8 p m Closed on Sundays and C8240-4 Mature person for position as short order cook No experience if you like we will tram Apply in person to Mr Hober at the El Rancho Motor Hotel C8257-5 required at Top Pizza Spaghetti House Apply in person or phone 327-1952 C8875-H REQUIRES Approx June 1st COUPLE FOP NIGHT SHIFT 12 midnight to 8 a m for hotel desk and some light cleaning duties Retired or semi-retired couple preferred HOUSEKEEPER General Cleaning Must have some knowledge of electrical work and plumbing PERMANENT CASHIER AND DESK CLERK For information Phone 328-1443 456-6 M DOMESTIC Babysitter wanted 16 month old girl Coaldale Monday to Friday Phone 345-4367 457-6 Lady to live in. to help with and do light housekeeping Box 369. or phone 223-8211 458-13 Live in housekeeper required at Warner farm while wife is hospitalized and months or longer Two school-age children Anyone considered 642- 3787 or 327-7551 464-6 Part-time janitor required immediately Six days local Apply in person to The Ventura Coaldale C8284-3 Babysitter wanted Fleetwood Bawden area Phone evenings 626-tf Babysitter north side Phone after 327-0372 627-4 Babysitter wanted to come in Vicinity of 11th Avenue and 6th Street North Phone 327-0927 500-2 Babysitter required to come in Monday to Friday until June 7 Call after 5 00 p m 558-3 69 FARM Good cook for two to three men Top salary Write Box Herald 9469-tf Wanted Cook for farm until freeze- up Top wages Separate house Take full charge. Write Box Herald 501-tf Ranch hands wanted Phone 752- 2035. Raymond 409-2 Couple for year round farm work Responsible for 150 acres beets New three bedroom mobile home Write Box Herald 9364-tf Two persons for corral construction and two persons tor painting corral Hourly wages Six miles from Lethbridge Phone 328-6245. 662-ti Reliable couple year round for feedlot and other farm work Modern beautifully landscaped Holidays with pay Wages monthly for experienced person Write Box 4. Herald 459-tf Individual for dairy and general farm work Phone 328-5497 R H five miles north Canadian Dressed Meats 8726-tf 71 TEACHERS WANTED Applications are requested for the position of Principal of Canmore School effective with the 1974-75 school term Grades I to XII Enrollment 450 approximately Applicants complete vitae should be forwarded to Dr L R Superintendent of P 0 Box Alberta Closing date May 1974 C8328-11myh RED DEER PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 104 Requires for September 1974 the following senior high school teachers 1 Business Education 2 Mathematics 3 Social Studies For application write to G H Superintendent of 4747 53rd Red Deer. Alberta C8285-3 72 UCBnEIKINKRaMTERS Kradle Koop Day Care Centre Children six weeks to six years 3hone 328-2835 Baby _ 328-2S09 C4658-M 71 TEAGMEMWAHTEI THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Part-time Academic Assistant Department of English To assist In the Instruction of English 1800 Including the reading of student some classroom and extensive tutoring of students needing help with their writing Duration September to April 1975 The duties are estimated approximately one-third of the time Involved in a full-time teaching position The Assistant must be available during regular clasnroom hours Stipend per semester Qualifications1 Minimum B A with a Major In English Language and preferably with some graduate training and experience in teaching English Composition Written by May Including curriculum vitae and names of should be addressed to L. Ricou Chairman Department of English The University of Lethbridge 4401 University Drive Alberta T1K 3M4 C8329-4 73 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES PARKLAND DRIVING SCHOOL Phone 326-0961 Ten hours m car 10 hours classroom instruction. Income tax deductible C8044-H 76 SEWING SERVICES Custom drapes made Yardage available Phone 327-2992 nights 8114-tf 77 AND ENTERTAINMENT EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE DANCE GROUPS AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS ETC PHONE 328- 2867 4951-tf 78 LOST AND FOUND Found female Siamese cat Phone 328-9549 560-7 Found Golden Cocker Spaniel puppy Recently soaved St David Road North and pay for this ad 561-2 taffy color Name Sandy Reward 327-1707 644-6 Brittany male two years white with Orange markings tattooed AIG9D left ear Reward offered G Addy 223- Taber 502-3 Lost Samoyed pup Child's pet Phone 328-5350 Reward 503-3 Lost Female German Shorthair pup Liver and white color Reward Evenings days 327- 3039 C8304-7 79 PERSONAL Deeper-life meetings with Col and Mrs William Ross of Wh.te B C At the Salvation Army May 9-12 C8096-12 Musicale at the Saturday 7.30 p.m Offering toward upgrading Salvation Army Instruments 13024th Avenue S Transport 328- 8611 C8305-4 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. phone 327-8049 or 328-3246. after 7 30 p m 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber corporate daters. etc Same-day service 1233 2nd Ave S PHONE 328-5114. C6924-tf Maytag Sales and Service Services on all makes of washers and automatic or conventional I ETHBRIDGE 905 3RD AVE S Phone 327- 4456 C7760-M DRYWALLING TAPING SPRAYING CEILINGS REPAIR WORK PHONE 328-7362 2943-tf Kirby Vacuum Sales and Service 1283 3rd Ave S Free home demonstration phone 328- 8962 C7944-tf 84 GARDENING Rotntillma law Phone 327-8433 lawns power raked 2039-tl Heavy duty rototilling rates Phone 327-3432. Reasonable 506-30My Custom rototilling with power tractor No garden too large or too small Phone 345-4100 or 345-3782 533-14 Eveigreen 15-16 ft high 1905 8th Ave A N 328-0316 534-3 SALES AND MOVING OF MATURE TREES. SPRUCE TREE FARMS LTD PHONE 326-5806 C7914-tf Will haul garbage with half ton Rototilling and landscaping Phone C8687-tf FOR LAWN AERATING DONE REASONABLY PHONE LARRY AT AFTER 5PM AND 328-3998 DAYS.9620-tf Rototilling with large yellow rototlller Free estimates Phone 327- 8237 9304-tf Pete's Rototilling Will do lototillmg after 4pm and weekends Phone 328-8764 9727-3 GKN CHOREMASTERS Lawns mowed and raked We supply all equipment Free estimates Phone 327-5867. Lethbridge 158-8 John's Rototillmg for garden tractor service Will do yards and gardens Phone 328-6403 9965-tf Big yellow and gardens Phone week after 5pm all day Saturday and 328-7028 411-tf Will cut lawns throughout summer and take care of lawns while on holidays Phone 328-4108 213-2 Gardens rototilled Phone 327-4033 after 3 30 p.m and weekends ________ 9728-18My New lawns or odd jobs Phone 328- 8583 645-4 COME AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF NURSERY STOCK Shade trees Ornamentals Fruit trees Perennials LACOMBE NURSERIES 5 Ml EAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON HIGHWAY NO 3 345-4633 C8137-II Well rotted manure and good lop toll. 328-3288 Catonl Aster hedge for sale Dig out vourself. Phone Coaldale._________________562-3 For sale Eight ft. spruce tree. Phone 329-4299.____________626-4 General spring cleanup and also landscaping and rock gardens Reasonable rates Phone 327-3606 712-tf 200 tons of manure for sale Consider trade for hay. 329-0455. 568-4 TOP SOIL Any quantity Phone 326-7692 16-7 Lawn aerating Mike Bobak. phone 1499-tf McLean s Tree Surgery Free es- timates trimming and felling Call 328-2094. 327- 1323 7030-lf Two Evergreen trees for sale. Phone 327-7648 504-3 For Sale Warreana Globe Cedar in Blue Damube Junipers Prunns Listena in Coalhursl Greenhouse Phone 327-9530 9537-tf LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION SERVICES UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING SYSTEMS Residential Industrial Parks and Golf Courses in Southern Alberta PO Box Lethbridge Phone 328-C924 9461-l7My FAIRVIEW GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY 401 43rd St S Lethbridge. Alberta Phone 328-2193 For all your landscape shade bedding strawberry peat etc Open daily 8 a m -6 p m 224B-14M DIO YOU KNOW YOU CAN RENT. Rototillers Power Rakes Lawn Aerators Lawn Sweepers Post Hole Auger Hedge Trimmers Chain Saws Lawn Edgers Wheelbarrows Paint Sprayers Camper Jacks Cement Mixers Cement Trowels Ladders Etc Etc WARD SERVICES LTD. 1712 2nd Ave S Phone 327-9966 Open 7 a m -7 p m Except Sundays and Holidays C8439-tf 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES roasting 5 to 6 Ibs 4Bc per Ib Roosters 8 Ibs dressed. per Ib. Fryers per Ib Free delivery Also custom work H Dyck 345-3224 C8258-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES___________ PULI Hungarian Sheep dogs Famous for intelligence and unique Registered. Shots 1-226-6537. Olds 460-6 Purebred Blue Heeler female Can be registered One year old Phone Magrath 461-1 For sale Three year old registered male St Bernard. Good with children Phone 327-7775 325-3 Dachshund miniature smooth Champion sire House raised Phone Cardston. 507-11h One year old registered female spayed Excellent children's pet and guard dog. Phone after 4pm 535-tf Good home wanted for ten month old Terrier Very friendly Phone 328- 4763 536-3 Two five week old pups to be given away Phone Fort Macieod 563-tf Boarding Southalta Kennels offers individual care in modern facilities Barnwell 223-4130 C8045-tf Purebred miniature Silver Poodle pups Seven weeks old One one female Phone 327- 5968 646-4 German Shorthair pups for sale Both parents exceptional hunters and pets Champion blood lines both sides Very affectionate and good with children 329-4371 355-tf Purebred Pomeranian must have good home Housetrained Phone 328-0646 412-2 To give away black and white six month old female pup Extremely lovable and excellent children's pet Phone after 6 p.m 413-2 M BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 1973 Mack Conventional with or without California haul grossing per month balance at for 36 months Principles only 1-653- Cardston 673-4 KEY REALTY INSURANCE Phone 328-6671 Ready for one man operation gas pumps from Quit six-year old garage 30 x 50 ft Complete line of tools valued at Owner anxious and willing to deal with qualified mechanic. M.L S. Call a CS107-3 ii mimti mmmtn ROYAL TRUST REAL ESTATE M.L.S. REALTORS 323 7 ST. S. WAREHOUSE FOR SALE 9600 sq ft of storage area Just off downtown area. Very good location Also zoned for service station or mechanic work Call JACK WYATT at 328-2432. MLS PROGRESSIVE ENTERPRISE Local lumber yard and Link Hardware Franchise in prosperous town. Modern facilities with attractive located adjacent to major highways Accounts will be available to bona fide buyer Possession upon completion of sale For further information call HARRY NEUBAUEH at 345-4889 EXCLUSIVE C8306-H PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANING PLANT Located In Lethbridge. Excellent volume and location. Financial italement available Write Box Herald C8267-4 MORTGAGES lypw of n small towns aci All typw of mortgage financing In small towns new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD South 328-3251 1117 3rd Ave. C7769-M MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S -328-5S48 C5216-U SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD College phone Commercial properties Farms and city or-Jown Lowest interest rates available First and second mortgages. C6242-4 90 CONTRACTS Will construct brick and stone planters and house fronts Phone 345-4305 or 327-9837 after 5 p m 9662-2 Garage cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson 10207th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-tf Economy painting and decorating Very very reasonable Phone noon or evenings 328-4570 5542-tf Fences built Miscellaneous bulld'ng Concrete all repairs Jim 328- 3983 7799-tf GKN CHOREMASTERS Lawns mowed and raked We suoply all equipment Free estimates Phone 327-5867. Lethbridge 160-8 BOBCAT WORK We will dig out driveways sidewalks Back filling Leveling Clpsn un holes Corral cleanina. Phone 327-3432 505-31 My FOR RENT Basement concrete vibrators Form ties for sale C J phone 328-4765 1410 2 Ave S C8076-7 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES 328-5745 C1936-tf Qualified Custom Painters concrete houses etc Phone Raymond 9507-tf Fred Sterner cement old basements dug. water proofing In- sured Phone 327-8286 462-tt THE HANDYMAN All repair work. House and yard Phone 328-3960 508-7 J L ROOFING Built up cedar shakes re- roofing asphalt shingles root maintenance Phone 328-0831 9884-22 Fences driveways house painting and all repairs Phone 327-3606 17-tf Custom Cribbing and framing Chinook Construction 328- 4707 C8743-tf Contractor all lay blocks stone sidewalks cement in house small jobs accepted 328-0266 or 329- 4678 1839-7M PUBLIC NOTICE TENDERS WANTED FOR SITE DEVELOPMENT AND RELATED CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to the Contracts Branch Alberta Public Works for Site Development and Related Correctional Lethbridge. will be received up to 2 o'clock p m May 1974 at Contracts Branch. 16th College 8215 112th Street. T6G 5A9 specifications and tender forms may be obtained on application to the Contracts Alberta Public 16th College 8215 112th .and will be available to Contractors on deposit of FIFTY DOLLARS which will be refunded when plans and specifications are returned to Alberta Public Works complete and in good order not later than fourteen days after closing date of otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit Plans and specifications have been placed with Construction Associations in Calgary. Red Deer. Lethbridge and Medicine Hat Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque Or bid bond in the amount of 00 a certified cheque or bid bond for an amount of not less than of tender price Certified cheques are to be made payable to the Provincial Treasurer The attention of tenderers .s drawn to the Works Page Clause which refers to Forfeiture of Security The successful tenderer will be required to provide a certified cheque or negotiable or properly assigned Government of Canada or Alberta Provincial Government Gonds for Ten Per Cent of the contract. or a Performance Bond THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED Tenders will be opened In public In the Alberta Public Works Conference 16th College Edmonton W A B P. Eng.. Deupty Minister of Public Works CS Elected 6y acclamation Three positions on the local Alberta Teachers Association executive were filled by acclamation at a general meeting of Lethbridge teachers Wednesday. Incumbent Jerry Heck was the only nomimee for president of the association and will hold that office for another year. Gregory Hales was the only nominee for vice-president and Betty Anderson will serve another term as secretary. In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS BURRITT Passed away in B.C. today at the age of 96 Mrs. Ann Burritt formerly of Lethbridge and beloved mother of the late Mrs G. H. Martin of this city Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of Funeral Service. C8346 SMITH April Mr. Robert aged 62 of 2609 21st Street S beloved father of Mrs Roberta Calgary He is also survived by two grandchildren. Services at THE GARDEN CHAPEL Funeral 540-16 Ave. N W. on May at Rev. Canon E.N.P. M Anglican Church officiating. Cremation. 675 BLAS beloved husband of Perina Bias of 1029 19th St N E Calgary T2E passed away unexpectedly at his Calgary home May at age 72 years.Born in France January 1902 he came to Canada in settling in the Crowsnest Pass where he worked as an official of the West Canadian Collieries Mines In the mid 1950s he and his family took up residence in Calgary Besides his wife Perina he is survived by a of two daughters Mrs. F. of Mrs. D Warbeck of and two Henry and Emil of Blairmore. He was predeceased by his mother in 1962 and his step- Henry in both in Blairmore. Funeral arrangements have not been completed 677 HORVATH Anton passed away in Lethbridge on May 1974 at the age of 69 beloved brother of Steve Horvath of Mr Horvath was born in Hungary on July 1904 and came to Canada and to Raymond in 1928. He worked at the Knight Sugar Co. Ranch for some time and later worked in the beet fields of Southern Alberta before starting to work for the P.F.R.A where he worked for 14 before retiring in 1969 He had lived in Lethbndge for some 15 years. He was a member of the Hungarian Old Timers Club He leaves to mourn his Steve and Julis Horvath of Leslie in Agnes and Elizabeth in the Old three James and a Ethel all from the Lethbridge district He was predeceased by two Julius and Louis of Lethbridge Requiem Mass will be said in the St. Patrick's Catholic Church on May 8th at 1.30 with Father E B. Field as celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary Section of the Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Chnstetisen Chapel 10 St on Friday evening at p m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Services. C8347 PUBLIC NOTICE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT PARKS CANADA CALL FOR TENDERS FOR BOAT RENTAL CONCESSION CAMERON LAKE WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK Sealed tenders addressed to the Waterton Lakes National will be received up to noon local time on May 1974 for the privilege of operating a boat rental concession at Cameron Lake m Waterton Lakes National Park The concession will be awarded for the period June 15 to September 15 in each of the years 1974 to 1978 tc the tender submitting the most satsifactory proposal supported by conclusive evidence of financial ability and of managerial expertise Particulars concerning the facilities to be made conditions to be complied equipment terms of the agreement to be entered into by the successful and tne basis on which the award of the concession will be made may be obtained from the Waterton Lakes National Alberta All interested persons are advised to obtain these particulars at no tender will be considered unless accompanied by all the required Information The department reserves me right to reject any or all tenders and the highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted L. H. ROBINSON Director western Region Parks Canada C9 DEATHS VAN HORNE Charles passed away in Calgary on May at the age of 57 beloved husband of Mary Van Home of Lethbridge Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Services. C8350 BULLSHIELDS Pel passed away in Wai on April 1974 at the age of 23 beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bullshields of Standoff. Requiem Mass will be said in the St Catherines Catholic Church in Standoff on May 4th at 11 with Father J. Regnier as celebrant. Interment 'will follow in the Standoff Cemetery. Wake and Prayers will be said in the church on Friday evening CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service C8348 MAKARENKO passed away in Lethbridge on May 1974 at the age of 81 beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Makarenko of Lethbridge. Requiem Mass will be said m the St. Peter and St. Pauls Greek Catholic Church on May with Father R. Zuback as celebrant Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel 10 St on Friday evening. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of the Funeral Service. C8349 LYPCHUK Mrs. Helen Lypchuk of B C passed away April at the age of 62 leaving to mourn her her Mrs Jessie Slemko of two Mrs Zenie Salmon B.C. and Mrs. Pearl two Maurice Lypchuk of Rossland B C and Dennis also five two sisters and two brothers Interment took place at Mount View B C. April the Rev. John Fullerton officiated. 676 IN MEMORIAMS BURROWS In loving memory of a dear sister and Marie Burrows who passed away May Sadly missed by Teresa and Laurie 632 ROHOVIE In loving memory of a dear father and Nick who passed away May 1955. remembered by his wife Lillian and family. 631 DOYLE In loving memory of a fine husband and Bill who passed away suddenly May 1971. The one we loved is out of sight But never out of mind. For he is cherished in the hearts Of those he left behind. remembered and sadly missed by wife Heather and sons Patrick and Tommy 630 JOHNSON In loving memory of a dear father and Ernest W. who passed away May 1973. The blow was the shock We little thought the end was And only those who have lost can tell The pain of parting without farewell. More each day we miss Friends may think the wound is But they little know the sorrow That lies within our hearts concealed. loved and sadly missed by his sons and Ruth and their families. 629 CARDS OF THANKS JESPERSEN Many thanks to 'the staff on 3rd Floor of the Municipal my and to all who visited sent flowers and gifts and get well wishes while I was a patienl Jespersen 565 FODOR The families of the late Tereza Fodor wish to extend sincere thanks and appreciation for the many expressions of and to all who helped with lunch Special thanks to Father the the nurses and staff of the auxiliary hospital for the care and attention shown during her stay there. 511 LEADS WORLD Montreal is the world's larg- est production centre for French-language television nrnorame B.C. jail system for review VANCOLVER British Columbia's deputy minister of corrections. Edgar unveiled Wednesday night details of the provincial government's five- year plan to change the face and philosophy of the B.C prison with emphasis on community involvement and more humane institutions He said the Lower Mainland Correctional Institute and the B.C. Correctional Institute will be phased out in five years and the Vancouver Island regional correctional centre will be out of business in two years. Visiting professors announced Two former Southern Albertans and one Lethbndge educationist will be among the 21 visiting professors in the University of Lethbridge summer session tins year. Fred director of pupil services for the Lethbridge public will teach a course in psychology and education of typical children during summer session three. July 25 to Aug. 16 Two other visitjng instructors Bernal professoi emeritus at the University of obtained part his early schooling in Lethbridge and Coaldale. He is a former head of the educational foundations department at U of A. Visiting professor Robert S chairman of U of education foundations is also a native of Southern Alberta He was nased in Fort Macleod and obtained -his bachelor's and master's degrees at U of A and his PhD at Michigan State University. 2 injured Two persons were slightly injured and damage caused in a two-car collision on 2nd Avenue S Wednesday Casey Van 1004 14th St. was westbound on 2nd Avenue in the 1500 block when he made a left turn and was in collision with a car driven by Clifford James 708 18th St N Mr. Van Seters received a cut and a passenger in the Middleton Mel was cut on the forehead. Gas fire Gasoline in a basement was listed as the probable cause of a fire at 934 12th St. S Wednesday evening in which a man was injured and damage caused. Frank Day was working on a boat motor in his basement when fumes were apparently ignited by a furnace. Mr. Day was treated at St. Michael's hospital for minor burns and released. EARLY MINING Silver has been taken from a mine near since 968.