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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 25, 1973 THE LETHBRIDCI HERALD 27 65 HELP WANTED STOCK CONTROLLER FOR ELEC- trical firm. Write Box 117, Herald. C9586-31 PARK PLAZA Requires lanlforlal staff for night shifts. Apply in person. Park Plaza Moltl Hotel._________________C9611-29 YOUNG PERSON TO LEARN THE OPTICAL BUSINESS. APPLY IMPER- IAL OPTICAL, COOPER BUILDING. C9612-26 RETAIL HARDWARE AND DRY goods outlet, needs full time employee. Reply stating all particulars to Box 1300, Pincher Creek. 2973-30 HAIRDRESSER WITH SOME Ex- perience required. Wage plus com- mission, in Clareshoim. Write Box 964, Claresholm. 2974-tf NATIONAL SALVAGE REQUIRES truck driver. Class B or Class 1 need- ed. Some semi work. 328-1721. WANTED BARBER FOR TWO weeks. Dates to be arranged. Inquire Box 954, Tacer or phone 223-2486, after 6 p.m. _________________ 2997-26 EXPERIENCED DISHWASHER AND part time Apply in person after p.m., Shanghai Chop Suey. C9539-59 LIFEGUARD FOR WATERFRONT work in camp setting. Willing to live m State qualifications, exoerience, salary and references to Box 119, Her- eid C96M-28 DRISDAL'S CATERERS, CALGARY, requires drivers for its mobile divi- sion. Good income snd benefits are offered to right person. Please call collect Mrs. Vandervelde, 2551116, Calgary.__________________ 3104-28 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL LEGAL SECRETARY REPLY TO 60X 118, HERALD, STATING REF- ERENCES, QUALIFICATIONS AND SALARY EXPECTED.__________3081-26 STENOGRAPHER RECEPTIONIST Proficient in typing. Experienced in investioation an asset bi't not essential. 325-9278 C9S57-1 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre 76 SEWING SERVICES DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS, IN MY HOME. 1812 2nd AVE. A N. PHONE 328-6911. 1584-30My 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT FORMER BOOKING AGENT FROM Winnipeg looking for rock musicians and rock groups to manafe and ocok. Phone Graham Collins, 327-3365. 2558-13J EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328-2867. C495M! THE MOON GLOWS Music for gll occasions PHONE DON CODY 327-6592, AFTER 7 P.M 9701-tfh THE VARIETY MEN "Music For Everyone" PKONE DON 327-5888 OR DEL 327-6414 970-25MV I 78 LOST AND FOUND LOST _ APRIL 2Ist ONE BIG, black fluffy toT.cai Phone 327-3C96. 2052 25 84 GARDENING FRANK'S ROTOTILLINO. PROMPT service. Phone 328-73M. 9B28-30J TOP SOIL AND WELL ROTTED MA- Phont 326-3289. 2013-tf LAWNS SEEDED or furt. Free estimates. Phone 328-7672. 2788-2J ROTOTILLING WEED CUTTING and mowing with garden trtetor. Phone 328-3621 or 3X5-3417. C9542-W LAWNS SEEDED and turfed. Free estimates. Phone Ml- 7672. 2788-1 LAWNS PUT IN AND ODD JOBS done. 327-6143 HPAVY DUTY ROTOTILLING. SAT- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 327-1227. WELL ROTTED CHICKEN AND COW manure. Delivered. Phone MCLEAN'S TREE SUROERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- ing. Csll 328-2094. 7834-1! GARDEN MUMS, PANSIES, AND geraniums, Spanish onion plants. Ap- ply Dan's Greenhouse. 1507-tf EIGHT H.P. ROTOTILLER FOR fast and efficient service. Phone 328- 9389. 12M-H Secretary for construction firm. One girl office. General offica duties. Some real estate experience. Reply stating age, qualifications and salary ex- pected. Minimum age 30. Box 107, Herald. C9451-tf 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL SKIRT AND BOYS' white Peugot bicycle. Reward. Phone 328-2974. 2950-25 LANDSCAPING: SALES AND MOV- ING OF LARGER TYPE TREES. SPRUCE TREE FARWS LTD. PHONE 328-5806. SS9-31My 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES WANTED ONE MATURE PEA- cock. Phone Taber. 3124-26 HEALTHY STARTED TURKEY poults. Phone 234-3766, Fort Madeod. 2200-tf LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGFMONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust '309-7th St. S. Phont 328-5548 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing: In and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South, 32J-3Z51. C7769-tf SCHWARTZ Agencies (1972) Limited College Malt. Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available. We con- sider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. C9512-26 90 CONTRACTS CARPENTRY, REPAIR AND RE- modelling. No lob too small. Personal service. Phone 327-5338. 2742-tf DO YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or rapatrs In your home? E and L Construction. Phont 324-2237. FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. MIS- cellanaous bulldlna. sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 328-3983 2480A-tf QUALITY CEMENT WORK. SIDE- walks, patios, fence footing. Reason- able prices. 327-3432, after 5 p m 3083-4 LOST SILVER WATCH iVITH DIA- on shoulders. ExBandino brace- let. Names engraved on back, also year. Lest in Wcolco Shoopmq Centre or downtown. Reward offered. Phone 327-0585 C.J 327-6514. 3107-28 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES SIAMESE KITTENS FOR SALE. GEN- ile. Phone 327-9558. SJ37-26 79 PERSONAL PARK PLAZA Requires personnel in their Cabaret and restaurant Full and part time, evening shifts in relaxed, friendly at- mosphere Contact Mr. G. Rover at Park Plaza Motcr Hotel C9541-26 KEY 73 PREACHING MISSION CON- tlnues st the Salvation Army to- nijht th'ough Friday C953S 25 AlCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Pnone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after 7.30 p m. UNDERGROUND WATER SPRINK- Icrs for your home sf S lev.' cost. For free estimate phcne 328-1705. 2639-30 FOUR HOUSE TRA'NED KITTENS TO Slvs away. Phone 328-6264. i042-2S KITTENS TO GIVE AWAY BOX I trained. Good oermanent homes J please. 327-9268, 2125-18 63 DOMESTIC HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED FOR K-ndicapped man Must live in. Pho-e C57-3C59. XC226 26 REQUIRED, DIEPPE area. S'n't wcrk mvo'vsd 32C-4C63 2839-26 V.iLL BABYSIT IN MY OWN HOME Lew Close to Civic Centre. Def- e-encss. 2781-26 FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH- ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 327- 6292; JEAN, 327-8340. 1686-tfh JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET CLIP- ING SERVICE. FOR APPOINT- MENT PHONE 326-3763. 3K6-tfh FOR SALE SIX MONTH OLD MALE Chihuahua pup. 327-91U 3065-31 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenscn Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-ff PRIVATE Homes only. Complete painting ser- vice. Reasonable rates. Guaranteed work. For free estimate phone 328-4955. 2471-12J 9. W) fVli DEATHS HAYDYCKUK Passed away in the city on Tuesday, May 22, 1973, Mrs. Mary Haydychuk at the age of 73 years, beloved wife of Mr. Nick Haydychufc of 523 12th St. B N. Prayers will be said on Fri- day (this evening) at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 70S 13th St. N. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at a.m. in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church, with Rev. Fa- ther R. Zuback celebrant. In- terment will follow in Mount Calvary Section of Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C9618 FUNERAL ELLEFSON Funeral ser- vice for Hanna Marie Ellefson, who died May 19, 1973, was held at p.m. Tuesday, May 22, 1973, in the Granum an Church, Granum, with Rev. R. Hanson officiating. Pall- bearers were Art Fjocdbotten, Phil DeMaere, Harold Erdman, Ted Hansjn, John Jorgenson and Peter Veenland. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens, Letbbridge. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Mac- leod, was in charge of the ar- rangements. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, wafer proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- ALL P.OOr- ing spec'aliztoo. in chimneys, brick, cement blocks, csment finishinq stuc- coine, firep'aces, house raisino and moving. 32E-C266. C8745-tf HOUSEKEEPER TO LIVE IN MINI- mum 18, Enchant fa-rrer. Phone 9-11 p m., 739 214', 69 FARM DAIRY AND GENERAL FARM help. Phone R H Boulion 3235497 or five miles north of Canada Dressed Meats PELIABLE PERSOM FOR RANCH employment. So-ip experience neces- sary. Pcom ?nd cionhed v.aces necotiable. Phone 236 2237, Grapum. 2939 ?9 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL DUTTOMS, ArtlSSINS, BUTTONS A Mrs George Edv.ard DUTTOM and her son Royls She-Dome DUTTOM ucre known to be lining on a term Stre-vhere in Alberta in 1532 The mofnsr nad a caoqhiter called MURIEL, who married and had a daughter herself aged thirteen. A second ccjs.n interested m tracing the family is most anxious to find, out if any of tnsse people are alive end would Kke to hear from anyone who kncr.s of them He is Richard Dutton, 61 Ellerby Street, London S V6 6EU, EnDland AA48 BEAUTIFUL BLONDE AFGHAN, TWO years. 752-2035, Raymond. 3038-tf SIAMESE KITTENS FOP SALE. House-trained Phone after 5pm, 328- 1258. 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES PUBLIC NOTICES POTATO CHIP MANUFACTURING rr.acnine. Phone 327-8727. 2947-29 FOR SALE BEAUTY SALON IN Blsirmcre, Alserta. Excellent busi- i ness. Pnone 562-2744 days; evenmtjs REGISTERED NURSES For a 52 Led Accredited, Active Treat- ment Hospital. Salary scale and per- sonnel m scccrdsnc" with A.H.A. and A A.R.N. Agreement. Accomodattons available in staff resi- dence. Apply to- DIRECTOR OF NURSING VERMILION MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL VERMILION. ALBERTA 3106-26 WANTED REGISTERED NURSES ree estimates. 2559-tf Other industrial supplies, paints, cleaners, cement and blacktop resur- facings, wood preservatives, etc. 3X5- 1405-26M GOOD GOING BUSINESS FOR SALE in C'areshclm. Inc'udes yard gsods, etc. Also prosperous drapery and up- holstery business. Willing to train pros- pective owner. Hsalth reason. Box K, Clareshdm. SUNSHINE COAST MOTEL 31 deluxe units Wall to wall carpets, auto, phones, TV, ind controlled electric heat, two bedroom living quarters. Principals only, priced to sell. Full price down pay- ment Phone 483-3113 or 6255 Spruce Street, POWELL RIVER, B.C. 2296-26n FOR S100 OR LESS YOU CAN HAVE a business of your own that could te earning you B month within a year. Retirement income possible. Husband and wife work together Write box 109, Herald. 2818-26h Business building for sale or lease, centre of Main Street, Ferrsie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. THREE BEDROOM HOUSE FOR SALE PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA Sealed lenders, clearly marked "House will ce received bv the under- signed up to 4.30 p.m., Friday, June 8, 1973, icr tne purchase of property srd building situated at 7E9 Hyde Street, Pincher Creek, Alberta end le- cally described as Let 104, Plan Pinch- er Creek 7756 A. L. This building has an existing CMHC mortgage of per cent. A certified cheque, made payable to the Pincher Creek School Division No. 29, for 10 per cent of lender price must accompany the tender. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. R. J. Roth, Secretary-Treasurer Plr-cher Creek Schcol Division No 29 PINCHER CREEK, Alcerta TOK 1WO M7S USED SCHOOL BUSES FOR SALE Bids y.iil re received by unde- signed until p.m. on June S, 1973 for the disposal of the following used schoc! 1 _ 1961 _ IHC 42 Passenger Serial No. B163CW12267 _ E t cylinder, 264 rr.oto- 1 _ Chsv. 34 Passenger Serial No. 2S5302602132 D 6 cylinder, 261 motor 1 _ 1942 Chev. 34 Passenger 2SS302402123 D cylinder, 261 motor These units will be sold on an "as is" "where Is" basis, and the terms are cash. The buses may be inspected at the Divisional garage in Pincher Creek. A deposit of 10 cent must accompany each bid. The- highest or tny bid not necessarily accepted. R. J. Roth, Secretary-Treasurer Pincher Creek School Division No 29 PINCHER CREEK, Alberta TOK 1WO AA74 i CLARK Passed away in the city on Thursday, May 24, 1973 following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Ida Frances Clark at the age of 73 years of 528 13th Si. S. Born in Peterborough, On- tario, the late Mrs. Clark was raised afld educated in Ontario and came west and settled hi Lethbridge in 1930. She took up residence with her very close friend Mrs. Florence Arm- strong and has continued to re- side in Lethbridge until her j passing. She retired in 1964 af- ter 34 years with the Canadian H. W. Gossard Co. She was a life member of the Canadian Commercial Travellers Asso- ciation. Sha was predeceased by her husband, and by her son, Donald in 1967. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Mae Doug- las of North Hollywood, Cali- fornia. Tne funeral service will be held on Saturday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. L. D. Hankmson officiat- ing. Cremation will follow. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL i CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., phone 328-2361. Flowers are gratefully declined and friends who wish may donate to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. I LTD.. Directors of Funeral Ser- Religious war theory ruled out FUNERALS IRELAND A memorial funeral service for Mrs. Selina Ireland, beloved wife of Mr. Victor Ireland who died Sim- day, May 13, 1973, at the age of 79 years, was held at 1 p.m. Friday in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church with Rev. L. D. HanMnsoc officiating. In- terment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. Pattern i vice. C9til7 WANTED NURSING CARE Co- ordinator for a 64 bed f.'.edicsl Ward in a 200 bed, activa hcspita! using Progressive patient Care-Nursing Unit Assignment. Advoiced prepara- tion and p'eferred TO PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA C9553 23 PART TIME C.N.A. MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes cf washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No iob too larcje or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE. 905 Srd Ave. 327-4456 _________________C7353-1I 34 GARDENING ROTOTILLING, YARDS CLEANED. I Reasc-nable rates. Phone 327-8433 3082-31 ROTOTiLLING, LAWNS PUT IN, GENERAL LAWN AND GARDEN CARE FREE ESTIMATES. PHONE 357-8043. 3108-22J KEY REALTY and INSURANCE Phone 328-6671 Thriving retail business In fast I g area. All inquiries confidential, _ but shows tre'nendoLS profit. For inquiries call a "KEY Exclusive. C9S05-23 LARGE YELLOW ROTOTILLER. Will also "do lawns and gardens Work guaranteed. 327-2595; after 6 p m 128-7028 1815 if DRIED GROUND WANURE, IN PLA5- I tic bags si 50 each Free delivery. I Phone Greenhouse. ISSStf WILL DO LAWN CUTTING THROUGH- out summer or while on holidays. Have own equipment. Phone 328-410S i 2251-25 TANAKA'S GREENHOUSES WIDE selection of bedding out plants Also for active treatmant nursery stocks. ''4 mila east of Drive- pital. Salaries commensurate with I In on Coutts Highway. Phone pc-iencs. Excellent psrsc-inel Atodern nurses' residence for accom- modation Director of Nursing Bow Island General Hospital Bow Island, Alberta i C9565 24 1957-.U I Chief Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone 328-0924 71 TEACHERS WANTED WANTED FOR COALHURST PAR-] "fit-Child Development Project. A. lea- j der to organize and further develop a pre-schcol program. Th's a part' time position For further information snd-or applications write to Mrs. R. Coombes, Box 61C, Coalhurst or nhcne 327-97M. C9570-36 i Teachers for REDCLIFF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2283 required as follows: ONE TEACHER FOR JUN. Phys Ed and Science, ONE TEACHER FOR GRADE 4 Language Arts and Music Applications to be submitted by June It't) Aoplications to be submitted with full particulars as to training and experi ence to: G. W. FOLKERTS REDCLIFF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2283 BOX 190 REDCLIFF, ALBERTA MOWERS Sales Parts end Service LAWN BOY TRADES ACCEPTED HEPP'S INDUSTRIES LTD. 327-2533 BOX NUMBER REPLIES 42 73 76 80 82 88 90 00 Just Arrived! EVERGREENS SHADE TREES UP TO 12 FT. FRUIT TREES ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA. CLOSED SUNDAYS C8640-1f j Did you know you can rent Rototillers Power Rakes Aerators Lawn Sweepers Post Hole Augs-s Hedge Trimmers Chain Saws Lawn Edgers Wheelbarrows Paint Sprayers Camper Jacks Cement Mixers Cement Trowels Ladders Etc. Elc. WARDS SERVICES LTD. 1712 2nd Ave. S. Phone '328-8775 Open 7 a.m. 7 p.m. Except Sundays and C78M-1T JEWELLERY and GSFTWARE Small jewellery business. Ideal downtown location in Medicine Hat. Reasons for selling, ill health and old age. Excellent opportunity. Write BOX 116 Lethbridge Herald Lethbridge, Alberta C9574-26 ROYAL TRUST Phone 328-7761 COAST TO COAST REALTORS SOMEWHERE IN CANADA ROYAL TRUST SELLS A house every 44 minutes Let us sell yours We trade across town or across Canada in any of our 77 offices REVENUE BUILDING TABER New building in ideal downtown liber location. H8S long term lease with na- tional company. Excellent Investment. Full mortgage available to approved purchaser. Call Royal Trust for furth- I er details. EXCLUSIVE. CARDSTON Excellent opportunity to invest In farm service centre. Car, truck and machinery dealerships available Eight suite partially furnished. Building !s approximately sq. ft. of cement block construction with -100 ft. main street frontage. Owner is very anxious to seil because of ill health. If you are Interesed in such a business, give us a call. M.L.s. TENDERS The Willow Creek School Division No. 28 will accept sealed tenders marked "Painting Tender" until noon on June 6th, T973 for painting as follows: Exterior Painting of: J. T. Foster School, NANTON The G. R. Davis School, FORT MACLEOD The W. A. Day School, FORT MACLEOD All surfaces to be wire-brushed and two coats of paint applied. Tenders for labour only. Unit and separate prices acceofed. Lowest or tender not necessarily acceoted. Tenders should be forwarded to: AAr. E. Conation, Secretary-Treasurer, Willow Creek School Division No. 26, P.O. Box 61, CLARESHOLM, Alberta. TOL OTO PINCHER CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 29 INSURANCE COVERAGE Pincher Creek School Division No invites quotations for comolete in- surance coverage for a three-year period Quotations for transoortation cover- aae must be submitted by June 9, 1973, and for buildings, contents and other coverage by July 13, 1573. A detailed list of coverage and specifica- tions may be obtained by contacting the School Division Office (Phone The lo.vest cf any quotation not nec- essarily accepted. R. J. Roth, Secretary-Treasurer M76 WRIGHT John Evan, pass- ed away in Cardston on Thurs- day, May 24th, 1973 r. the age of 79 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Janet Wright of Cardston. Mr. Wright was born in Hollin- wood, England February 15th, 1394, immigrated to Smithfield, Utah in 1899 and moved to Tay- lorsville in 1900. He farmed in the Jefferson area until 1962 when he retired and moved into Cardston where he was re- siding at the time of his pass- ing. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife, Janet, one daughter, Mrs. La- von Iredale of Cardston; three sons, Eldon of Vauxhall, Cecil Evan of Cardston and Maurice of Edmonton; 14 grandchil- dren, five great grandchil- dren. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake Chap- el in Cardston on Monday, May 28th, 1973 at p.m., Bishop Reed Zemp officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cem-etery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon I prior to the sen-ice in the re- I lief societj- room of the church. ICHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- j NERAL HOME LTD.. Directors i of Funeral Sen-ice. I C9619 GENEVA (Reuter) Protestant and Raman Catholic church leaders jointly declared today that the conflict in Ire- land is not a religious war. In a to the Vatican and the World Council of Churches, released here, the four church leaders expressed concern at the harm done to Christianity by oversimplifying the nature of the "terrible conflict" in Ire- land. "The conflict is not primarily religious in the let- ter said. "It is based rather on poltical and social issues with deep historical roots." Tne letter, signed by William Cardinal Comvay, Roman Cath- olic archbishop of Armagh: Rev. E. R. Lindsay, president of the Methodist Church in Ire- land; Rev. R. V. A. Lynas, moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland; and Rt. Rev. George Sims, Anglican arch- bishcp of Armagh, was sent response to a joint call from the Vatican and World Council of Churches for prayers for Ire- land on Whit Sunday, June 10. The Irish leaders sai3T that only a fraction of one per cent of the population in Ireland is actively engaged in violence and the ovenvhelming majority of people of all religious beliefs passionately desire peace. MYERS Funeral service for Mrs. Blanche Myers, tvid- ow of the late John Myers who died at Fort Macleod Friday, May 18, 1973, after a long ill- ness at tite age of 92 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Pallbearers were Bruce, Ian, Brian, Arden and Lyndon Myers and Marvin EBS. Interment was in the Mountain 1 View Cemetery. Martin Bros. i Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar-j rangements. MILLER Funeral sendee; for Andrew Joseph Miller, be- loved husband of Mrs. Eliza- beth Miller of 1010 22nd St. S. who died in the city Thursday, May 17, 1973. after a long ill- ness at the age of 84 years, was held at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the Evangelical Free Church with Rev. H. J. Jost officiat- ing. Pallbearers were Cyril and Auburn Hubbard, Gordon and Darcy Foster, Gordon Card and Gordon Kesler. Honorary pall- bearers were Stuart Falconer, Howard Brown. George Skinn- er, Joseph and John Fekete. Stan and Franfcie Popson and Tom Crawford. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Editorial co-ordinatoi proposed NOTICE OF TENDER Tenders will be accepted until Wednesday, May 30, 1973 at p m. fjr the cf the land and building located in Lot 3, Block I, Plan 5652BD, Hamlet cf Aetna. Sldb must be accompanied tv e 10'c deposit and should be mailed to: C. M. Secretary-Treasurer Cardstcn School Division No 7 Box 10 CARDSTON, Alberta The highest or any bid not nscev sarily accepted. Vol FUNERALS GLADSTONE Funeral ser- vice for Danay George Glad- stone, who died May 21. 1S73, jwas held at a.m. Thurs- iday, May 24, 1973. in St. Mi- i chael's Roman Catholic j Church, Pincher Creek, with Rev. M. Hagel officiating. Pall- bsarers were Gary Burgess, Herb Der, Wayne Kunkel, Mal- ccim Weisgerber, Robert Pe- _ trone and Lame Valin. Inter- i mcnt was in the Fairview Cem- etery. Eden's Funeral Home 'Ltd.. Pincher Creek, was in I charge of the arrangements. EVERYBODY SURPRISED CALGARY (CP) Bruno Kuemin was surprised at 3 a.m. when he found some- One sleeping on his sofa. George Kelly was cur- prised when police wakened him. He could not remem- ber how he got there. Police Were surprised. Kelly was supposed to be in bed at the Calgary correc- tional institute. He was charged with being unlawfully in a dwell- ing and sent bade to jail. VANOYEN Funeral ser- vice for Johannes Joseph (Joe) Vanoyan, who died May 21, 1973, was held at Tnursday, May 24, 1973, in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Pinchar Creek, with Rev. M. Hagel officiating. Pall- bearers were Gary Ames, Don ard Rob FrUz, Gary Burns, and Henry Vanoyen. In- terment was in the Fain'iew Cemetery. E d e n's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, was in charge of the arrangements. VANCOUVER (CP) Man- aging editors of Canada's daily newspapers want their publish- ers to loot the bill lor employ- ment of a full-time editorial co- ordinator to supervise programs aimed at improving editorial standards and the content of newspapers. Delegates to the opening ses- sion Wednesday of the three- day annual Canadian Managing Editors' Conference (CMEC) approved a resolution urging the Canadian Daily Newspaper Publishers Association (CDNPA) to hire a co-ordina- tor. The co-ordinator would have the responsibilty of organizing I programs and seminars de- signed reporttrs, editors and executives aimed at upgrading professional stand- ards ana the final product for newspaper readers. CMEC President Albert Bootlie of the Winnipeg Free Press said the program could cost as much as a year. The CDNPA, he said, has an annual budget of more than The co-ordinator would be paid by and responsible to the CDNPA, but would work under the guidance of the CDNPA's editorial division, composed of managing edazors, editors-in- chief and publishers. William Gait of Vancouver Sun, a managing editor who is also chairman of the CDNPA's editorial division, said the mat- ter will be pursued further in a meeting with the publishers in Banff, Alta., in September. Vt RIGHT Funeral senice! for Pamela Jayne Wright, be-' loved wif a of W. Glynn Wright, and former Taber resident who died at Calgary Friday, May I 18. 1973, at the age of 25 years, was held ait 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, 1973, in the Taber j Church cf Jesus Christ of Lat- ter Day Saints Third Ward Chapel with Bishop LaDell R. Bullock officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Mark Birch, Jack Maynes, Jess Harding and Leonard. Harding. Active pallbearers were Joseph Red- ir.gar, Darryl Wright, Jim Wal- ton, Bill Firth. Bertrand Con- rad and Marklin Birch. Inter- ment was in the Taber Me- morial Garden. Humphries Fu- neral Home, Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Toss on this lacy cape for a touch of fashion and grace. Pineapple crochet creates deep border drama. Crochet cape with flattering shawl collar of 3 ply fingering yarn. Pattern 7249: sizes 36-38; 4042; 44-46 included. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER. NAME, ADDRESS. Totally New 1973 Needlecraft Catalog crammed with knit, crochet styles, crafts. 150 designs, FREE directions. 75 cents. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Ave. Scarborough, Ont. MIT 4P7 Pattern CARDS OF THANKS SLINGERLAND We would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our neighbors, the Picture Butte Volunteer Fire Department and anyone else who helped us on the day of the fire. Bros. Tonv and Andy 3127 FOREIGN PAY I MASERU, Lesotho (AP) More than Lesotho miners earned over million in 1972 working in neighboring South Africa, a labor recruit- ment official said. NELSON A special thank you to my doctor, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital, all my friends and relatives for their visits, flowers, cards. Thank you Mrs. Clark for being so kind and thoughtful on my return home. Nelson Parkview Terrace 3110 BASSETTI I would like to thank the Campbell Clinic doc- tors, third and second of the Municipal Hospital floor slaff, aJso my two brothers and ?ister- in-law, Ruth and my two sis- ters: a very special thank you to them. Also to my family, other relatives and friends for phone calls, their visits, gifts and flowers including welcome home flowers awl gifts. Special thanks to the Lutheran Fathers for prayers and visits. Thank you all. This kindness will al- ways be remembered Bassetti 3109 Youth remanded in colony case HIGH PRAIRIE (CP) Je- remi Auger, 17, of the East Prairie Cobny in northern Al- berta, was remanded until June 22 when he appeared in court on a charge of attempted mur- der. Auger was arrested after a shooting incident in a house at the colony May 13. No was injured. IN MEMORIAM CHOLLAK In loving mem- ory of our dear husband, father and grandfather, Joseph Chollak, who passed away May 25, 1961. Time goes on but memories stay, As near and dear as yesterday. A day to remember, sad to recall. Without farewell he left us all. remembered by his wife and family. ONE QUICK J1AE? PART to this sleek, slim, airy sun- dress that doubles as a jumper with its own smart shirt. Choose dunk 'n" go blsnds. Printed Pattern 4600: Half Sizes HP2, 14l.a. Size 14V2 (bust 37) takes 1% yards 60-inch. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in cuins (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 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Ave. Scarborough, Ont. MIT 4P7 Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER. YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald BROADCASTER ILL NEW YORK (AP) -Eric Sevareid. the CBS news broad- caster, was admitted to a coro- nary care unit at a hospital here Tuesday. He had become ill on an air trip from Washing- ton to LaGuardia Airport. His condition was described as sat- isfactory by a hospital spokes- man. ;