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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 49 MACHINERY TEACHERS SERVICES AND PETS AND 1 I fcktfa, 1 Carets Of DEATHS BACEDA away Tuesday, May 5, 1970, in Van couver, Tally August Baceda at the age of 75 years, s J'i'i WANTED TO BUY TRAILER type fence post pounder to run oil P'.T.O. Phone 32B-.I6JB. CREEK ST. MICHAEL'S Roman Cat hoik School District No. IB Applicallons are Invited for the posit on of Principal of St. Michael's ichoo Pincher Creek, Grades 1 lo XII, snro mcnt 500 plus. Preferences will be given lu those with post graduate edu calion In School Administration Max mum Salary and Administration Al lowance approximately SI Kindly forward applications to: Mrs. A. E. Soucy, Secrelary-Treasurer, Pincher Creek St. Michael's R.C.S.D. No. IB P.O. BOX 1450, Pincher Creek, Alberta. SALES and SERVICE. SER vices on all of washers an dryers, automatic or conventlonat. A so all small appliances, lawn mower Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No too larac or too small. LETHBRtDG APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S. Phon 327-4456. SALE HAMSTER, CAGE food, etc. 327-5410. tO CREDITOR AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF ANNA HAM MONO ELLIOTT Olso known i> An H. Elllotl) late of Lit, coin, County, In tht Slate ol Nebrask U.S.A., Widow, who died on tht i dny of November, my. TAKE NOTICE that all oerso having claims upon th" of t above named must file with the unde signed by the 15th day of June, 197 a full statement of their claims of securities held by them. SAUCIER, JONES, PEACOCK, BLACK, GAIN, STRATTON t LAYCRAFT Barristers and Solicitors, 300 Bcntall Building, 7lh Avenue S. W., Calgary 2, Alberla. Solicitor! for fhe Administrator TO 8E GIVEN AWAY Phone 328-8330. WANTED ONE OR 12 FT press drills. Will trade grain. Phone 792-2241, Lomorid. CHIHAUHAUS FULL grown males and females. 1218 3r Ave. A S. Phone 328-3423, after 5 p.n 50 MISC. ARTICLES WANTED-NEWER TYPE FOUR TO 71- H P oul board motor. Phone 328-.1266. SIAMESE KITTEN FOR SALE ONE BLUEP01NT MALE TWO SEALPOINT FEMALES AL PUREBREDS. IDEAL PETS. CAL 327-2490. Rotolllllng. Phone 32B-87M. E FLAT ALTO SAXOPHONE. MUST be qood. Contact Box 307 or phone 428-3857. BIG YELLOW ROTO tiller for parts. Phone 327-2641. DEATH MacKENZIE Of Tabe passed away at Calgary 01 Monday, May 4, 1970, Roderic at the age of 74 years Born at Gairloch, Rosshire Scotland, April 14, 1896. H joined the 4th Seaforth Higl landers in 1914 and after re ceiving his discharge in 191: he moved to the Taber are; where he was s prominen sheep rancher until 1940. K joined the Veterans Guard i 1941 and after his discharge in 1942, he worked for William' Service until retirement in 1964. Mr. MacKenzie was a lif member of the Royal Canadia Legion. Predeceased by three sons, survivors include his wife, Effie, Taber; one so Ken, Taber; four grandchi dren. Funeral services will be conducted from the Knox Uni ed Church, Taber on Thurs day, May 7 at 2 p.m., wit Rev. Kenneth Morris officia ing. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden Humphries Funeral Home Taber, in charge of arrangements. OF THANKS THE W.A. OF THE LET BRIDGE AUXILIARY HOSf GOOD HOME FOR TW year old registered male Brlttan Spaniel Phone 562-2190, Blalrmor after 6 p.m. WANTED SHAMPOO STAND Phone 327-7348. GOOD JOB GUAR anteed. Phone 328-4065. USED LIGHT WEIGHT CANOE. WILL consider one In need of repair. 328 4693 OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 Foremost, Alia. Applications are Invited for the following positions 1. PRINCIPAL Manyberrles School, Grades cne to 11, eight teachers. 2. PRINCIPAL Burdett rototilllng. Gardening by seaso Phone 327-6143. FUR BEARING everyone who help make our Sunshine Bag T such an outstanding success. era CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI ators, batteries. Hiqhest prices. Van ZSri Iron Ltd., 1248 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-1296. POWER RAKED AND DEA qrass removed. K. Otanl. Phone 32 5427. offers? Call 338-6204, after p.m. Lethbridge resident. He is survived by four brothers ant one sister all of Lethbridge. EVERGREENS AND COL orado Blue Spruce for sale. Dan Greenhouse, old Coaldale Road. BUSINESS TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF EDA AMEL1 BONETTI, late of the Town of.Tabe in the Province of Alberla, who diet on the 3rd day of February, A. D. 197 TAKE NOTICE that all oerson having claims upon the estate of Ih above named must file with the unde signed Solicitors by the 10th day o June, A. D. 1970, a full statement their claims and of securities he V DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 301 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alherfa Solicitors for the Executors. THE SALVATION ARMY NEEDS: Good used clothing, particularly children's clothing. This can be left at 412 lit Ave. S. or phone 328-2660 or 328-6717 for pickup service. EXECUTIVES AND E RECTORS OF THE GOLDE MILE DROP IN CENTRE Would like to extend thanks all who have helped in anywe expropriated. 4. A by-law to authorize the expro prlation will he first presented To th louncil of the City of Lfithbridqe, o 'uesday the 19th day of May, 1970, a !he Council Chambers in the City Hall in the City of Lethbridge, at the hou of Eight O'clock in the afternoon. 5. A plan of the land to be expropri ated Is on file In the office of the City Clerk of the City of Lethbridg and the Plan is available for inspec-ion between the hours of o'clocl n the forenoon and o'clock In he afternoon of each day, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays excepted. 6. The owner of any interest In the ands is entitled before enactment o le by-law to make representations to the City ot Lethbridge at the Meeting of Council to be held at Eight O'clock in the afternoon of Tuasday the 19th day of May, 1970, and to set forth his reasons why the lands should not be expropriated. Unless the amount of compensation s mutually agreed upon the compen-ation for the land will be ascertains; nd fixed by the Public Utilities Board t a future date. DATED at the City of Lethbridge, n the Province of Alberta, this 6th ay of May 1970. The City of Lethbridgi John City Clerk We wish to extet our deepest and sincere Chanks and appreciation to relatives and to our mat friends for the beautiful flor tributes and attendance at t funeral of our dear husban father and grandfather; all for the many, many messag of sympathy received durii our sad bereavement. It h made the hurt and emptine so much easier to bear. LAWN SEEDING landscaping, spring clean-up. Phon 345-3341. SHOP THREE CHAIR two shampoo chairs three 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT ROTOTILLING New lawns put in. Prompt service reasonable rates. 327-2641. tinting machine hotel location Meat market downtown all con tents low rental down. Call WAYNE WILL BABYSIT IN MY SOUTH SIDE home. Phone 328-7492. TRIMMED AND ODD JOB done. Phone LIM Funeral service fo Anthony (Tony) James Lim beloved son of Mr. and Mrs Sun Yue Lim of 307 7th Ave "A" S. who died in the city Saturday, May 2, 1970, at th age of five years, was held a p.m. Tuesday in Marti Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliot officiating. Pallbearers wer Wayne Kwan, Jim Lim, WILL DO BABYSITTING. ALL AGES. Phone 328-2596. QUALITY TOP SOIL. DRACO Excavating. Phone 328-2701. shop. No competition. Larg lathe, presses and sheet metal equip menr. Drills, separate blacksmith shop portable unit. Living quarters. Larg vo ume of business, 6% non farm In come. Terms available. SUPERIOR WELDING, Foremost. Phone 867-3644 867-3836, after hours or 867-3856. WILL BABYSIT IN SOUTH SIDE home, St. Michael's area. Phone 328-7218. RAKING, AERATING, WITH grass pickup. 328-2978 and 327-6782. GIRL 19 WANTS BABYSITTING, HOS-pital area. Monday through Friday. Phone 328-8627. le PER SQ. FT Estimate your own cost. Phone 327 4033. MEMORIALS LEAVING FULL TIME WORK TO care for first baby. Would like To do lypinq or accounts receivable for small business In my home. Good references available. Please call 328-7556, after 6 p.m. LOANS TREE TRIMMING, LAWN raking, garbage hauling, etc. Phon 327-1143. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phons 338-3331. widest facility available. We con aider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans In. loving niembi of a dear husband and fathe Peter Papp, who passed awa Lord, in your, garden rest. For on this earth he was on of the best. Thoughtful for others, kind and true. He suffered in silence whe no one knew. remembered by his wife Veronica, dauglite Janet, Ed and family an Johnny and Sharon. X164 TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING with large yellow rototiller, plowin and landscapes. Phona He is survived by two sons, G. H. Rose of Edmonton and William J. Rose of Calgary; one daughter, Mrs. Richard (Myrtle) Knoxleet of Oak-ville, Ontario; three grandchildren and one brother, Mr. Harry J. Rose of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held 54A LICENCED Children, six weeks lo six years. Phone 32S-2835. TR1MMMED AND ODD JOB done. Phono 327-7398 or 328-1477. View Cemetery. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu neral Service, was in charge o the 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT Garden tracton roller-hedge trimmer fertilizer spreader-lawn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD., 816 3rd AVE. S., Phont 327-5540 C7903-tf WORK, FENCES, GARAGES Cisterns repaired, odd Pi.on 327-6334. SPRING CLEAN UP All kinds of [unk hauled away. Reasonable. Phone 327-2641. DRIVEWAYS, SIDE walks, patios. 1968 rates for lim e time. Phone 328-790S. Funeral service for Harry Martin, well-known funeral director of the city and beloved husband of the late Mrs. L. M. (Vinie) Martin who died in the city Saturday, May 2, 1970, was held at 11 a.m Tuesday, May 5, 1970, in St Augustine's Anglican Churcl with Rev. C. T. Gale and Rev J. G. Heald officating. Pall bearers were William Hay R C. Hill, R. S. Meredith, D. L Doadl, F. T. King and R. F P. Bowman. Cremation follow ed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc :ors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the GREENHOUSES Wlds selection of bedding out plant also nursery stock. mrle o Drive-in on CoUtts Highway. Phone 327-437S. 1049-3 Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. interment will follow in the :amily plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR spring cleanup. Miscellaneous [oba. Reasonable rates. Phone 327-0798. OPPORTUNITIES IN THE YELLOWHEAD SCHOOL DIVISION HINTON Senior high guidance TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations. Phone J and J. Cuslom 345-4630, 328-3970. TWO EXPERIENCED MEN, straight grain. Must have cabs. S2 hr. Phone 327-3104, L. Stewart. POWER RAKE FOR RENT Phone 327-2383, evenings -327-1395 John Forrest Color Centre. RAVEN 1329 9th ST. N Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re modelling and repairs. Phont 327-3219 56 FARM HELP OUTFIT TO TOP AND clean up long row of trees. Louis Brandley, phone 752-3149, Raymond. BUILDING, CEMENT work and sfuccolnq. Anderson ane Sorensnn Construction, 1020 7th Ave S. Phone 327-6682: Passed away in Taber on Monday, May 4, 1970, 'ollowing a lengthy illness, Driesje, aged 62 years, beloved wife of Mr. William Bernard Broens of Taber. Born and educated in the Netherlands, the ate Mrs. Broens, came to the Taber area in 1953, and has resided there until her LIVE IN COUNTRY Younq cc-uple with no children to on ranch near, Waferton Lakes. Lady to housekeep and relieve cook on days off. Man to do odd jobs around house and yard. Live !r> own quarters, Reply to Box 134, Herald. Senior high business education NITON Junior-Senior high business education and other subjects lo arranged NITON-WILDWOOD Junior high travelling music teacher. EVANSBURG Junior-Senior high guidance counsel for and physical education or fine arts Check These Features: New, well-equipped schools Near Wilderness and National Parks A bursary program to assist teachers with professional development. Minimum: S4900 S50SO S5930 7525 1 7950 Maximum: 38000 Q SI 1800 SI 2225 SI 2700 Experienced teachers receive 20 days accumulative sick leave immediately on commencing employment. Write: B. A. CHANDLER, Superintendent of Schools, Yellowhead School Division No. 12, Box 1570 Edson, Alberta. ground manure. Ideal fo awns and gardens. 75 Ib. handy plastic bag, 51.50 each. Free delivery. Coal hurst Greenhouse. Phone 327-9530. STEINER CEMENT WORK old basements dug, water proofing, in sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286 SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTI-MATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. NURSERIES For trees, shrubs, perennials, anas a member of the Catholic Vomen's League and a of the Catholic Church. Left to mourn her passing be-des her1 two children are nine randchildren; and ten MUSIC TUITION ON GUITAR Frsd Kane. Phont 327-H897 of a dear son, Rober Audenaert, who passed atta> lay 5, 1968. You fell asleep without good bye, To this day we know not why No words can s'ay, no flowers repay The loss we had two years today. Ever remembered by his mother, father, Pat and Alan. 1143 AUDENAERT In loving SEWING 58 MALE HELP ALL YOUR TAILORING, DRESS-making and (Iterations phone 325-1204. Plans World Youth Peace EXPERIENCED DRYWALL TAPERS. Top wages. Wrlta Box 129, Herald. SALE TIME AT THE LETHBRIDGE FARMERS MARKET 111 7fh St. LOST AND EXPERIENCED BARTENDER. APPLY YORK HOTEL. TIMEX GOLD COLOR waterproof watch from Civic pool on Sunday. Phone Reward. seed potatoes plants and sets bushes and flower seeds perennials Available now at lower prices. C 7553-1 WELL EXPERIENCED CARPEN-lers wanted, for form and frame work on housing or sub-contractor. By Krlese Bros. Construction Ltd. P.O. Box 230 Sparwood, B.C. Phone 455-6397. NEAR ST. MICHAEL'S Hospital, tan male Chihuahua, licenss 227, red harness. Reward. Phone 327-7973. ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL, PINCHER Creek, will have a vacancy for a Maintenance Man as from June 1st. Applicant should have general experience in building maintenance. Please apply }0: _ Administrator. NURSERY AND GREENHOUSE 401 43rd St. S. Phone 328-2193 Open Every Day and Evening ieautify your home with winter hardy hade and fruit trees, everoreens, nrubs, perennials, bedding out plants, tc. of a grandson, Robert vho passed away May 5, 1968. Two years have passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay A million words cannot express, Our heartache, sadness anc loneliness. remembered by his grandma and grandpa Still. 1144 U Thant announced Tuesday plans for an international "peace corps" designed to enlist the world's young people as volunteers in economic and social development work. Patterned after the United States Peace Corps and similar national agencies, the new organization would be known as .he United Nations EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO cash In with Western Canada's finest compact calendar line. Ideal side line or part time. Made In the West for Ihe West. Apply now to Box 121, Lcth-hrldge Herald. weeks, end of July Would like someone to go along to share expenses. Phone 326-3553, evenings. launched in the final enate assault on the bill Tues-ay night. "I suggest to you that it risks oo much for too said enator O'Leary, editor emeri-us of the Ottawa Journal. In reply, Senator Lazarus 'hillips Quebec) said the 11, in its fourth 'stormy HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH EALED TENDERS will be received f the undersigned up to o'clocK anctard Time on Wednesday, May oth, 1970, for the construction of HELP? CONCERN ING HEALTH, WELFARE AND RELATED AREAS CONTACT A.I.D, CENTRE. Phone 327-7323 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. by her husband in 1961 nd also a son in infancy, equiem Mass will be held on aturday. May 9th at 10 a.m. n the St. Patrick Church EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Large Canadian financial organization has a career opening for a OF PROBLEM DRINK-ERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT ence an asset but not necessary. Assured basic income. Call 328-3397 for details. FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, work: 'reject: Highway 49 Spirit River the Senate, has been "re-uced to the irreducible Father M. H. Gillis O.M.I, s celebrant. Interment work tor little more than expense ASSETS DISPOSAL CORPORATION WANTED QUALIFIED SERVICE MANAGER FOR TIRE SHOP. APPLY NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES. ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 337-8Q.J5 or 326-3246, after p.m. LAWN ROLLERS FERTILIZER SPREADERS POST HOLE DIGGERS GOOD SELECTION OF USED LAWN MOWERS By Hour, Day or Week Phone 327-5767 HOYT'S Downtown Area Grave' Crushing and Loading to Trucks Cubic Yards ontracts and Specifications may bo bta ned at the Office of the Chief ifla ntenance Engineer, Highways Build-g, Edmonton, Alberta, the Office of e District Engineer, 1707 6th Senator O'Leary said there is no group in Canada that would advocate genocide. He felt that Canadians had become immune to bigotry. "I honestly believe that, the late literature we all receive in our mails, week after week, means nothing to View Cemetery in le Mount Calvary section, 'r'ayers vill be said Friday, ay oth at p.m. in the Patrick's Church. Chris-ensen Salmon Funeral Home :d., Directors of Funeral Scree. h a n t 's recommendations mid the immediate goal of the igency would be to have volunteers in the field by the middle of next year. The volunteers would be sent only to countries that asked for them. Anyone over 21 years of age vith suitable qualifications would be eligible. There would be no age ceiling, but the em-ohasis would be on 32 acres Crown land Former Aeradio Station near Lethbridge Airport, of Section 7-8-20 W4M with framt building 16' x 34'. Offers ore invited and must received at the Corpora-ion's office in Ottawa by 5 p.m., E.D.S.T. May 19, 1970. :or details, including Condi-ions of Sale, apply to Crown Assets Disposal Corporation, Room 200 Corona Building, 10645 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton 14, Alberta, Tel. HI 7. ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAN Only 515.00 per month Renl applies to purchase prici Now or used HEINTZMAN PHONE 328-2663 the District Engineer, Administra-on Building, Lethbridge, Alberta and wil be available only to individuals domiciled, registered and operating in he Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations reqislered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business in the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-five Dollars (S25.GO) will be required for each copy of the Con-ract and Specif lea lions taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of ho Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender no! necessarily accepted. L. H. McMANUS Deputy Minister of Highways And Transporl Ml ONE OF WESTERN CANADA'S LEAD-ing Car, Trailer, Mobile Home dealerships requires the services of an experienced salesman as head into another action-packed selling season. This is a great opportunity for an aqqressive man willing Jo work. Apply in'contidence to Box 73, Herald. LOSES CATCH JOHANNESBURG, South TIRE 79, president of INCREASES WIESBADEN, Germany (AP) West Germans over the age 3f 15 drank an average 47 gal-ons of beer last year, a 5.6-percent increase over 1968, the federal statistics office SERVICES AND (AP) A burglar stole clothes and valuables from the lome of Teresa Davis, 18, and ook along a briefcase (o carry hem Police reported (lie full >riefcase was found later on a city bus, where the burglar apparently had left 59 MALE- FEMALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED DENTAL TECHNICIAN Will have lo (rain one month in Cal-tiary. Apply' P.O. Box 935, Lethbridye. POULTRY AND Ltd. from 1952 to 195'J nd former chairman of the card, died Monday in hospital ter a lengthy illness. He had tired in February. He is sur-ved by his wife and a son, TAPING, SPRAY ING ce nqs. Excellent workmanship. Phone 328-7362, TURKEYS, ALL AGES Phcne 33.1-1035 or 234-3766, Fort Mac-ecd. STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate scais, dat-ers, etc. Same-day Service. 1H33 2nd AVI. S. 328-51 K PAN PER L8. H. DycK, Box 654, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. ;