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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Loader and cat and dour operator. YMr round potltlon. Lethbridge. Write Box Herald. C3104-7 Wanted general plant help. Shift work. Ytir round employment. VauxnaH. 2077-5N Pereon with knowledge ot loading work in yard. Also tome truck driving NATIONAL SALVAGE LTD. C2303-H Male and female wanted. Janitor work. Three to four dally five days a week. Contact Mr. J. A. Schiller. 328-7771. C3116-S Need extra money lor You can make to per hour. Phone Watklns 327-7796. evenings only. C303S-S Ornamental Iron shop requlrea reliable experienced mature journeyman welder. Light welding duties. 328-3042. 2752-3 Reliable mature person re- quired for' in clean modern restaurant. Must be willing to work evenings. Will train. Write Box Herald. C3105-3 Company In Calgary opening branch .office in Lethbrldge requires sales sales personnel and public relations people. Write Box 39. Herald. 2774-5 International company requires ser- vice technician. Must have good mechanical ability and be presen- table. Must also have driver's licence. Please send resume to Box Herald. 2540-3 PRINTER Operate Heidelberg platen and Vertical produce quality work. State experience and salary expected. MODERN Box Medicine Alberta. 2646-6 Heavy duty mechanic required by the .Municipal District ot Willow Creek No. Alberta. All fringe benefits available For further details contact David telephone 235-3631 after 6 p.m C3121-3 OFFICE HELP REQUIRED capable male or female with some bookkeeping knowledge of general office routine and able to meet public. National 328-1722. C2887-tf WANT TO DO SOMETHING EXTRA SPECIAL THIS Be an AVON Representative. Your earnings go a long way to making Christmas merrier for your entire family. Call now' 328-7424 or write Mrs. M 2514 23rd Ave S. C3097-7 Major oil well service company re- quires the services of equipment operator with at least a class 3 driver's licence. Guaranteed monthly salary For appointment phone 223- Medicine Hat. 2729-14 Mature type help wanted to assist in hatchery operations Not necessarily full time work at but could develop into full time employment. Apply in Swift Canadian Co. Hatchery 224 -12 St. N.. Lethbndge. C3062-H Expanding real estate company has openings for sales representatives. Male or female Experience preferred but not necessary Apply in writing giving full particulars including sales experience to P.O. Box Lethbndge. All inquiries answered. C2212-tf A CAREER IN SALES If you have a car and consider yourself you will make weekly and more by taking our orders. Phone 329-0377 2728-3 THINKING OF CHANGING JOBS BEFORE Now is the time to see Glascon In- dustries Ltd Applications taken from ambitious minimum age 25 and looking for employment In growing field of fibreglas manufac- Hiring. Apply afternoons to 5 p.m for interviews Glascon In- dustries Ltd 327 3rd St S C3061-2 K R. ANGUS ALBERTA LTD. Caterpillar Dealer 'Has an immediate opening for a -Journeyman welder. Apply to Vern Service 717 5th Ave N Phone 328-3366 C3068-2 URGENTLY REQUIRED IN LETHBRIDGE 'Part time CARD REPRESENTATIVE to service accounts for leading greeting card manufacturer. Approx- imately 10 to 12 hours per week.App- ly with resume to 151 Maranda Close N.E.. Alta. 2671-7 MECHANIC A Licenced mechanic required for small town garage. Salary plus com- mission can provide excellent in- come Previous experience required the applicant must be able to -work on their own A full range of benefits will be provided Write Box Herald C3047-5 store or former merchants to conduct money raising or closing out sales for 'retail stores. Steady work. Must know sign work helpful Must be free to travel. Prefer mature people. Income 000 to Positions available Immediately. Write Paul Brooker 'Sales P.O. Box ''1-465. or phone area ''code 262-7258. 1993-9H LUMBERYARD FOREMAN Aggressive retail co-operative re- quires yard foreman lor their ex- panding yard at Coaldale. Working experience In a lumber yard is essen- We offer a full line of benefits and an excellent opportunity for ad- vancement. Apply Southern Alberta 1221 2nd Ave. phone 329- -0017. ____________ C3044-5 Position open for pricing clerk. Duties to include Labor and material costing and posting to related job to compile accounts payable for some general office duties Prefer applicant to have some experience in the electrical construc- tion industry. Salary to commen- surate with ability and experience. Phone 328-6881 for appointment. C3033-H WATCHMAN ''For nights and weekends. 40 hour week. Must write and speak English. Must be bondable and In good health. Outlet require tome plant cleaning and other physical ac- Apply In Ellison's .Head office. Lethbridge. C30M-tf ACCOUNTANT Southern Farm Equipment dealer requires full time accountant. Mutt be capable of handling com- plete set of books up to and Including statements. This position good working conditions and salary. Write Madge Box Milk Alberta. C258M1 MNRFWMTB Wanted Production for procettlng plant. Box 6. Herald. __________M76-5N Halrdreteer wanted. Experience preferred. Guaranteed wage commiaalon. P.OJfon 966 or phone 295-3900 23S-3776 2813-tfh WANTED WELDERS. CARPENTER'S HELPERS PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT. PHONE 328- 4643. ________ 03113-tf EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER TO WORK MORNINGS. APPLY ANDRES 110 22ND ST. N. PHONE 326-3996. C3123-5 Part time person wanted for weekends and tome Typ- ing bookkeeping ex- perience an aseet. Write Box C2730-H Well established general insurance office experienced stenographer. Top salary to right par- ty. Write Box Herald In own writing outlining qualifications. C2465-tf STENOGRAPHER ARE Bored with your present Considering a change'' HAVE One-two years working ex- A typing speed of SS w.p.m. and Shorthand speed of 80-90 A grade 12 Contact us. We have a Stenographic position available In our Personnel Department in our Calgary Office and invite any inquiries. WE varied work. Excellent working conditions. Competitive salaries and benefits. Opportunities for advancement' within our organization. Applications should be forwarded Mrs. A. Patterson Personnel Assistant ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD 603 6th Ave. S.W. Alberta or telephone us at local 472. N7 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL Experienced dishwasher wanted. Apply jn person to Lotus lnn.C3081-5 Desk clerk and part time tavern supervisor. Apply In person Alex- andra Hotel. C2515-M Waitresses and waiters required at Golden Bridge Restaurant. Apply in person to Henry Yee. Phone 328- 2525. C2712-13N Full time and part time Apply in person otter p.m. at Shanghai Chop Suey. C3064-13 Immediate position for a full time Journeyman cook at Hy's Steak House. Please apply In person. C3014-3 Due to increased business Hy's Steak House has full time and part time positions available m all departments. Please apply in person C3015-3 Dining room serving Required immediately Interviews by appointment only JOHN WICKERS PHONE 328-7756 ERICKSEN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT C3082-5 88 DOMESTIC Mature babysitter wanted. Phone after 5 p.m. 2730-3 Housekeepr for small institution wanted immediately. Write Box Herald. C3138-3 Wanted babysitter. One child. My home near Agnes Davidson School. Phone 327-0268. 2814-5 Mature babysitter to come five days a week St. Pat's district. Phone after 6 328-8571.2872-6 Reliable mature sitter wanted weekly on Tuesdays for family. Must enjoy children. No housework. Phone after 5 p.m. 2731-3 Wanted Person for house cleaning one day per Park Meadow area. Must have own transportation. Phone after 7 p.m. 2647-2 69 FARM________________________ Single or married person for dairy and general farm work. Phone 328- 5497 or 327-9233 R. H. five miles north of Canadian Drossed Meats. 1162-rf Responsible couple for grain and cat- tle operation. Modern four bedroom nouse on separate close to town. Phone evenings. Granum. 2648-3 EXPERIENCED HELP FOR DAIRY FARM. HOME AND UTILITIES SUPPLIED. TIFFIN DAIRY FARMS P.O. BOX LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 328-8202. 2441-tf Experienced herdsman required to work with sheep and horses. Ex- cellent working conditions good Southern Alberta 30 miles from Lethbridge. Apply Canada Manpower Federal Lethbridge. Alberta. 2583-5 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL_________ Registered nurse required for 100 bed nursing home. Previous ex- perience in long-term care and ad- ministration an asset. Please direct applications to Mrs. J. D. Director of Edith Cavell Nursing 1255 Sth Ave. Lethbridge. C3064-6 MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGISTS DIVISION OF HEMATOPATHOLOOY requires a technologist with hemaiology experience to work 3 p.m. to n p.m. shift Monday to Friday. No or call duties. DIVISION OF CHEMICAL PATHOLOGY a technologist with experience In continuous flow analysis techniques. APPLY Personnel Department Foothills Hospital 1403 29th Street N.W. Alberta C2936-2 TWO CNA'S Requird by December Itt or a new 34 bed Apply Director of Nurting Thorhlid County General Hcepltal P.O. Box 39 Telephone 735-3932 C3124-3 DIRECTOR OF NURSING Required For so bed. active accredited hospital located on Highway two between Edmonton and Calgary. Preference will be given to those applicants with previous vttory experience nunlng unit administration. Salary to be negotiated. Competition closes November 6th. 1973. Please submit references and available for in- terview ADMINISTRATOR PONOKA GENERAL HOSPITAL 'BOX 699 ALBERTA C3099-3 COMBINED LAB-X-RAY TECHNICIAN Required For PICTURE BUTTE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL 1. Must be able to take complete charge of department. 2. Excellent working conditions in this busy 25 bed hospital. 3. Easy commuting to Lethbridoe 20 miles good highway. 4. Residence available for single girl at a nominal rate. 5. Good starting salary can be negotiated in line with A.H.A. schedules. Apply W. Tonkin Administrator Box 430 Picture Alberta Phone 732-4339 C3101-B 71 TEACHERS WANTED Lethbndge School District No. 51 will require a .teacher of Social Studies 10 for the period beginning January 7th and ending June 1974. Apply giving full including references Director of Personnel 433 15th Street South Lethbridge. Alberta Those persons who ha-'e already fil- ed should contact the above office indicating that they wish to be considered for this C3019-3 72 LICENSED KINDERGARTENS NURSERIES___________________ Kradle Koop Day Care Centre. six weeks to six years. Phone Baby Centre 328-2509. C4658-tt 73 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES DRAFTING Home-study Diploma Course. Free folder. Primary Drafting Box Station Ont. 2673-28N 76 SEWING SERVICES Dressmaking and repairs. Phone 329-3237. 1792-13N 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTEliTAINRlENT____________ Required immediately Bass player for versatile rock group. Phone 234-2091. Fort Macleod. 2649-13 CHRISTMAS PARTY Enjoyable variety. Call 327-5888. 2122-2 EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS ETC. PHONE 328- 2867. THE MOON GLOWS Music for all occasions PHONE DON CODY AFTER 7 P.M. 9701-tfh 76 LOST AND FOUND Lost identification cards in brown suede case. Phone 328-0192.2815-3 German' female. Diamond City-Shaughnessy area. Notched ear. Reward. Phoni 327-9811. Phone X3359-3 Lost -four month old pale orange male kitten. Vicinity of Senator Buchanan and St. Basil's. pet. Reward. Phone 328-3696.2775-3 Lost Ladles' bl-focal glasses In light brown case. Phone 327-6646. Reward C3046-5 Lost two cows. Brand On right shoulder. Reward. Phone 752-3515. collect. 2564-5 Red irling heiffr branded right ribs. IPhone iMartand Larteh 'iron Springs. 2496-9 79 PERSONAL Birth Control and Information Centre. 542 7th St. S. Phone 328- 019C.__________________03125-tf FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX ALBERTA. JEAN 327-8340. 1666-tfh NOTICE RIDING AT THE Mr. Donald known aa Don last known addreaa U.S.A. or anyone knowing hit pleate contact Box 9. of thlt newspaper on a matter of urgent peraonai concern. N1 The Alberta Human Commis- sion represented by Mr. Reginald will tponsor two work shops In Lethbridge next week. The work shoot will be a whip. of human such at aliena- tion and co-operation. Community College work chop November Sth to 9th. 12 noon to 1 p.m. in Student Ser- All and ttaff are- welcome. Native Prlendihlp Centre Work Shop 324 4th St. S. November and 0th. Beginn- ing at 8 p.m. Everyone hoped that people from a variety of cultural will attend. 2661-3 ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking phone M7-6049 or after p.m. CONCERNED ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES IN 'OUR For Information and help contact Lethbridge Alberta Human and Civil Llberttee Phone 328- 3658. 1994-16N Klrby Vacuum And Service Klrby Company ol Lethbridge 328- 8962. C3751-H Filter Queen new and uted. Repair all 317 eth St. S. PhoneTSV- 5364. C2678-tf Southern Stamp and Sten- corporate etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 326-5114. C6924-tf Maytag and Service. Services on all of washers and dryers automatic or conventional. Also small lawn vacuum etc. No job too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES. 905 3RD Ave. C7353-H Will haul garbage with half ton. Phone 327-8237. 1626-tf Heavy duty mowing high weeds and landscaping. Satisfaction guaranteed. 327- 1227. 9645-6NOV. pruned or trees removed by qualified horticulturists. Satisfaction guaranteed. Free estimates. Phone 326-7672. 2650-10 McLean's Tree Surgery Free estimates. trimming ana felling. Call 327- 1323. 7030-tf Trees and hedges trimmed by licens- ed trimmer. Unwanted- trees removed. Prompt service at reasonable rates. Special discount for orde-s taken now to be done In December. Phone 327-2641 .C2927-tf NOWiSTHETiME For fall planting. We have on hand a good supply EVERGREEN SHADE TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES ALTA. 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS C2475-tf 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Fryers also custom work. H. phone 345-3224. C2587-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Little female puppy for sale Phone 328-4863. 2816-8 Playful Siamese kittens. Eight weeks old. Box trained. Phone 327- 9794. 2862-3 Afghan puppies. Nine weeks. Show or pet. Champion pedigree. From 328-3004. 2586-5 Mele toy terrier chihuahua cross dog. Phone after 5 p.m. 2589-5 Black Miniature Poodle pup. Registered. Phone Taber. 2733-3 Registered 'black Labrador pups. Phone 327-6377. 809 7th St. N. Z705-3 Purebred German shorthalr. One year female. Phone 345- 4183 or 345-3898. 2697-6 Joanne's Poodle and Pet Clipping Service. For appointment phone 328- 3763. 1186-tfh TO BE GIVEN AWAY female puppy eight weeks old. Phone after 3 p.m.X4001-8 Wanted male German Shepherd dog. Anywhere from two to six months old. Phone 328-0984.2651-3 German Shorthair pointer four months old. Registered Show cham- pion parents. Ready to start training. 327-8067. 2419-3 Purebred St. Bernard pup 11 months old. For show or breeding. Good with children. Phone 752- Raymond. 2674-6 St. Bernard puppies. Registered. up. Sire champion Jack-A-Moe. Leslie Enerson. 39 Sandpiper Dr.. Sherwood Park. Phone 467-2098. 2S87-S English Setter of National Ch. Johnny Crockett and Flaming Star breeding. These have something extra for hearth or field. Klehl Nutter. Sweet Montana. Phone 937- 2751. 2817-5 Our Hong Kong shipment has settled n. This week's Harlequins Penguins Male Bet- tas Over 75 different varieties to choose from. Our custom all glass tanks are still per gallon. B. G.'s Pet and Fish 118 8th St. South. 328-4362. C3048-2h 87 FUR KMHM ANIMALS Have available B and C grade with and equipment. Offers. Vauxhall. 2819-17h 88 MISINESS OPPORTUNITIES Offers accepted. Established located downtown. Also over 3.000 sq. ft. retail space for sale or lease. Apply in person 508 3rd Ave. S. C2517-SN ASTRO REALTY LTD. Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 Exclusive agents for KRAHN HOMES Thriving 15 unit apartment in very good condition throughout. Half of these units are fully furnished. Shows very good return. Five years old and priced below replacement' cost. Exclusive. Call an Astro Realtor Close to downtown. Six bungalows acing a coutyard. Call today to tee his one today and give us an offer. Exclusive. Call an Astro Realtor Thriving trucking business for complete with six trucks and trailers. Hauling etc. Owner telling due to health reasons. Exclusive. Call an Attro Realtor MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Don Carroll..............327-4194 Alice Hahn ..............327-3706 Verna Courts ............3274697 Tom Seines Dick Johnson............327-0339 Elwood Slterman.........328-2666 C29S1-B company to Cawary re- Lethortdge. 000 inveetment for equipment and In- ventory. Box 4o7 HereW. .i776-S ROYAL TRUST 323 7 ST. S. Phone 328-7761 Multiple Lining Service BEAUTY PARLOURS Two butlneteet one located In Bellevue and one In Coleman to be sold separately or one complete unit. Full line of equipment Included. Both draw clientele from several small towns In the area. These businesses are both In operation at the present with attady Call JACK WVATT at 328-2432. M.I..S. TRUCKING BUSINESS Two late model tandem trucks cat- tle and grain hauls. Doing a very ac- businett. Late model 12x60 live trailer on large lot included. Books available to interested party. Call WES CUTFORTH at 32T-8857. EXCLUSIVE. C2958-tf SO lOANSAMIMESnERTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. C5216-tf SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. College phone Commercial properties. Farms and city or town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C3017-3 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD- 1117 3rd Ave. South. 328-3251. C7769-tf 90 CONTRACTS Bobcat work done. Phone 327- 1227. 1346-6N Economy painting and decorating. Very very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf Painters. Qualified work guaranteed. Free estimates. Phone 328-6911. 7189-tt Fences built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete etc. Hauling Jim 328-3983. 2480A-tf Garage cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-H Fred Stelner cement old basements dug. water proofflng. In- free estimates. Phone 327- 8286. C3661-H ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES 328-SViS. C1936-H C J Equipment Good good good service. Back hoe concrete holes drilled. Trucks for clean-up. C2917-22N PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS FOR HAULING LINEN Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned urilfl p.m. On November Kith. 1973 for supplying transportation of clean and soiled linen between the hospitals In southwestern Alberta and the regional situated at the Lethbndge Municipal Hospital. Tran- sportation must follow a pre- determined schedule. Quoted prices for this service should be on an an- nual basis. Contract to run for two or three years. Further Information and tender forms can be obtained from Mr. M. B. general manager Southern Alberta Regional Hospital Services Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital. Please address tenders Hospital Board Lethbndge General and Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home District No. 65 9tn Ave. and 16th Street Lethbridge N8 ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDERS FOR GRAVEL HAULING Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned until 12o'clock noon on November for the loading and hauling of approximately 5.500 cubic yards of course gravel to various parts of the main canal In the Grassy Lake approximately cubic yards of coarse gravel to various parts In the main canal In the Bow Island area. Further Information may be obtain- ed from the Bow Island Office. Tenders to be submitted on a per Cubic yard basis. Minimum dally delivery 600 cubic yards. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Completion date December 1973. St. Mary River Irrigation District Bow Alberta 093 Expansion Economic Economlque Expansion TENDER Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Admlnlttratlon Tenders for Pipeline Construction Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until local Reglna time on November tor the Town of Contract 1 Water Supply The site ot the it located approx- imately seven miles couth of the Town of Manitoba. The work consists of the supply of all labor and materials for the construc- tion of approximately three miles of fourteen Inch underground water supply line complete with all valve fittings and other appurtenances. The plant and specifications may be viewed In the and Reglna offices of the local Builders' Exchange or Construction Association. and forms for bidding may be obtain- ed from the undersigned at office In upon deposit of twenty-five cash or a certified cheque for the payable to ma Receiver General of which deooaHwm be redeemable upontMreturn of the and Ingood order within one month after have doead. Tendera wM not be unlaat made on the form tuppiied and in accordance with the Tended muet be ec- comparted by aecurtty in amount and form epecffled In the Inetrucflotie. The lowett or any tender not By Order W. B. Thornton Chief P.F.R.A. 401 MotherweH Building Saskatchewan ivra me UTIWIIIMIB NCHALP In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH HOWG Randy and Virginia are pleased to an- nounce the birth of their Bryce born October 1973. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sander and Mr. and Mrs. Art Uowg. DEATHS TURNER Passed away in the city on November Michael Charles Turner at the age of 19 beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. William Turner of 2409 llth Ave. A South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C3141 HARRIS Derrick passed away in Calgary at the age of eleven October following a lengthy il- lness. Funeral services were held in the Taber Stake Chapel Friday. November 1973 at 2 with Bishop Don Fisher officiating. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME directors of the funeral service. C3139 KOLESNIK Passed away in the city on November Mrs. Martha Kolesnik at the age of 81 years of Auxiliary formerly of Coleman. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Ave. S. with Rev. Dan Goldsmith of- ficiating. A funeral service and interment will be held in Coieman on Monday. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C3142 KOVACS Passed away in the city on Oc- tober 1973 following a lengthy illness. Mr. Louis Kovacs at the age of 66 years of 151618th Avenue beloved husband of Mrs. Irene Kovacs. Prayers will be said this evening at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3 Avenue S. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. in St. Andrews Presbyterian with Rev. G. Teles officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. C3143 TEDESCO Requiem Mass was celebrated in St. Patrick's Catholic Church on Oct. 1973 at 10 a.m. for the late Mr. Domenico who pass- ed away in the city on October 24th Rev. Father James A. Carroll OMI celebrant. Pallbearers were Messrs. Frank Richard. J. W. Art B. L. and Herb Pratt. Honorary Pallbearers were Messrs. R. R. C. W. J. G. L. Dr. H. J. M. Fengs tad. Dr. N. A. J. C. Dr. S. Judge L. S. Turcotte. Inter- ment followed in Mount Calvary Section Mountain ViewCemetery. C3144 ALLENDORF Passed' away in Picture Butte on November Mr. Adolph Ernest Allendorf at the age of 94 years of beloved husband of the late Mrs. Margaret S. Allen- dorf. Born and raised Ont. the late Mr. Allendorf came west in 1910 and farmed at Olds. In 1916 he became foreman of the Cameron Northeast of Lethbridge for Mr. C. S. Noble. In 1933 he retired to where he has resided until his passing. He is surviv- ed by one Mr. Carl Allen- dorf of one Mrs. H. A. Jones of two six great- one Mrs. Louisa Collard of Vic- toria and one brother of Ont. The funeral service will be held on Mon- day at 1 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL with Rev. Ernest M. Martin officiating. The remains will be forwarded to Victoria for graveside service and in- terment. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. IN MEMORIAMS KIMMITT In loving memory of whoJMUWM away November 1968. remembered and sadly missed by his brothers and sisters. FOGGIN In loving memory of a dear father and James Fi who passed away Novi 1972. remembered. Syl and family 2822 SKINNER In memory of a dear father 'and George L. who passed away November i967. remembered by his wife Nellie and family. 2825 PARKS AND MAMMON In loving memory of my beloved daughter Marian James who passed away November my little Billie who passed awav November 1928. Though parted by the hand of God. In Christ united still. In God's own time we'll meet again. It is only 'til He comes. remembered by their Mrs. Marian Turin. 2824 CARDS OF THANKS NEW DAYTON UNITED CHURCH The congregation of the New Dayton United Church wish to thank all those who contributed to the success of their annual 'Church Dinner. To the people who travelled long those who donated their time and work and everyone who attended we extend our sincere thanks. 2821 SLOVAK The families of the late Mr. Matt Slovak wish to express their sincere thanks to the many friends and relatives who sent floral cards of sympathy and food. Special thanks to the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Father the the friends who sang at the funeral and to Martin Bros. Your kindness will always be remembered. Veronica Slovak and Mrs. Rose Cropley 2820-2 EMERY To our friends and neighbors for their many acts of understanding sym- pathy and prayers during my recent bereavement in the loss of my wife Thirza for the the beautiful flowers and we say Your concern has been deeply appreciated. A very special thanks to the nurses and staff on Third Floor of Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital and to the doctors of the Hunt Clinic for their care and kindness. Emery 2864 Task force visits reserves EDMONTON A task force has been established to encourage Alberta's treaty In- dians to present submissions to a commission investigating the administration of justice in the province's lower courts. Six fieldworkers currently are visiting Indian reserves and providing information about the commission headed by Mr. Justice W. J. C. Kirby of the Alberta Supreme Doug counsel for the Alberta Indian said Tuesday. The fieldworkers are asking natives what changes they would like to see in the lower Hearings end CALGARY The Harradence Commission con- cluded Thursday hearings on five cases involving alleged use of violence by guards against prisoners at the Calgary Correctional In- stitute. court system and are arrang- ing with band councils for the preparation of briefs. Knowledge gained by the fieldworkers will be used to draw up an Indian Association said Mr. Bouey. Knowledge gained by the fieldworkers will be used to draw up an Indian Association said Mr. Bouey. Special sittings of the com- mission have been scheduled for April and May in com- munities with large native including High Fort Wetaskiwin and Slave Lake. Calgary lawyer Milt now will move to the general phase of the in- ordered by Attorney- general Merv Leitch. The content of the general inquiry has not been deter- mined. Diplomatic ties withdrawn ACCRA Ghana broke diplomatic relations with Israel on Sunday such time as Israel withdraws from Arab The official statement said Ghana cannot remain in- sensitive to African feelings about the territorial integrity of her fellow members of the Organization of African Unity Ghana becomes the 19th African country to break relations with Israel since March. 1972. 18 nudists charged HOBE Fla. Sheriff's deputies raided a weekly gathering of nudists at a public beach here and arrested IB persons. Sheriff James Holt said Sun- day 12 men and six women were charged with indecent exposure after residents com- plained about the nudity. Charged in kidnapping MEXICO CITY Five of 10 men who allegedly took part in the kidnapping last month of an American rancher in the Mexican state of Sanluis Potosi have been Deaths By The CANADIAN PRESS a missionary in Nigeria for 25 years who treated tropical operated a clinic and dispensary for other mis- sionaries. R. I. former jour- nalist with The Ottawa Citizen and former president of the Ottawa Newspaper Guild and of the Canadian Council of the American Newspaper Guild. Tehran-Mohammed police said Thur- sday. A'lberto Dolphir. kid- napped Oct. was released 11 days later after his lawyer paid a ransom of 3 million pesos about 92. twice premier of after a long illness. BUCMOS Aires Mardelo a leftist Peronisl labor shot to death after being dragged from his house by an armed group of men. Frederick former safety promotion manager of the In- dustrial Accident Prevention Association and former adver- tising salesman for London Free Press and Windsor Star. Locusts threaten farms Australia Locusts in two great swarms 30 miles long and between five and 10 miles wide are on the wing in Ex-premier dies TEHRAN Mohammed twice premier of died Thurs- day after a long illness. an held the western New South threatening rich farmlands. Cattlemen in the area say parts of their properties have been eaten bare. when the Iranian Communist party hatched several including the murder of a court minister and the attempted assassination of the cfc.v ;