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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 _ THt UTH8RIDG! HERAID Monday, October 16, 1972 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE Install ycur Eiy'l" Mich. SAM AND CARL'S VJELDIrjG. CilSl-U PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. JOE'S MOBILE HOMES (JOE TARNAVA) Hr Ave. and 32 St. S. On Highway 3 lo Taber TABLE SAW OR RADIAL AR.M; SECOND HAND WHIT? nlSHWASH- CK IN GOOD CONDITION. PHONE 3I8J76S SCRAP IRON Copper..... Brass Radiators Batteries Alwoys paying I more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. ?04 23rd St. 11- 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED The hon-.e of Knight Schrmdl Industries 'MLL snd Gendall's .Vebile n single and diiutfe unit J 54 LICENCED KINDERGARTEN CLARK EARLY CHILDHOOD EDU cation Centre (Formerly June'i Nun eryj four five ve'ir actepltd. Phone 54A LICENCED NURSERIES 3. Lo'Aer rate i. Service ar.f] pur- REMEMBER VOU ALV.'AYS BUY LE5S AT JOEL'S MOBILE HOMES Open Sunday from 1 to 5p.m. Phone 328-0166 or 323-0181 after hours, 327-2416 or 327-4006 KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, weeks to six years- Phcne Baby Centre 373-2509. 58 MALE HELP WANTED TAP AND PART TIME WAIT. fri. Apply alter 5 p.m., Mr. Jolvuty, Outrider Tavern, El R one no Molcr lotel. JOURNEYMAN-MACHINIST 10 nrjur week, year fVpply In person, E Leliicridge RESTAURANT MANAGER ced working manager quirctl to lake ever complete o It on of restaurant. Mult fa with all phasis cf restaurant honos at Fort Macleod where he was chief operator from 1922 IMS, when she retired. She was a member of Ihc Mountain View Rebekah Lodge No. 23 for -18 years and was active in St. Andrew's Presby- terian Church and (lie Social Credit league. The funeral ser- vice will ba held in St. An Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, at 2 p.m., Rev. E. R. Doyle officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Funeral ar- rangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C4303 C4S12 CHRISTIAN ;AAN 55 WISHES iake acnualntarce wilh medium nail Ifldy. Ncn drinker smo ,Vri1e 1, Herald. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS Schwartz Agencies (1972) lid. College Wall, Phone 318-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. Clly or Town. Lovjesl interest rates available. First and second morlgagei. C49W-1I DRY WALLING, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings, repair Phone 31B-72M. KIRBY VACUUTA SALES AWO SER- VICE K1RBY COfAPAKY OF LETH- BRIDGG C3751-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AMD STENCIL Rubber corporate seals, dateri, etc. Same-day service. AVE. S. Phono M8-51IJ. MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER' vices on all maVes ol vjashers and dryers, autcrnalic cr conventional. Alsi all small eppllances, tawn mowers. Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. Wo Ico larqe ir tea small, LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, SOS 3rd 70 GARDENING MAKE EASY WINTER? Easy lo Also sock! far Ihe entire family, trisf1; or bikini tifs etc Inilructians end colcr catalogue. Writ- Icday: Reslon Hcs- ______i lery Ltd., 10J33 Heberr Street, Mertt- real (forHi, 0-57 Quebec. Don'T lot H calch YOU withaut your mobile from UNITED FALL CLEARANCE SPECIALS contlnut on all units in stock and ordered. eg. i: x 60 ft. three cedrocm, fully furnished utility reverse Isfe (2 ONLY) Firar.clng i UD to 10 vears. ready fcr 59 MALE FEMAIE HELP WANTED WANTED BUS DRIVERS. Barons Consolidated ictiool District No. Eight. Contact Mrs. J. Fleming, Sec- retary-Treasurer, P.O. Box 1SJ, Darcns, C4815-17 V.'ANTEID RETIRED COUPLE CAP- of mananlng and locking aftni soire experience )n renting suites and collecHng rent. Apply Box 1-10, !H aid. C-iSU-U arranged wltri low UD to 10 tin led and UNITED MOBILE HOMES Div: Unlled Motori Cc. Lid. 3rd Ave, ar.d Scenic phr yH-ttll cr J77-HEO HOMEMAKER DUTIES: tl) to Temporarily wo TV. I to i line's cr for reascns. (2) lo assist th- eltif-'lv. (This is NOT a cleaning REQUlREMEflTS: Gccd tcnefils and mlleaae a! .ince. Submit applici Bex 11, Coalda'l GET HOT! MANAGER AND TRAINEES WANTED INCOME RANGE 1WO to MONTHLY madia n company oparations In Lethbridge needs per nnel lo fill top pDiitions, Send ccm cle resume with phone number 1 3x 115, Herald. 297-1 No Realtor can gus in Real Estate but honest answers to BLOCK BROS. your question! a By runn I ng to UNITED N O'iV And take ed vantage of unbeliev- able prices anrt selecllons at FALL CLEARAfJCE 1973. SUPER SPECIALS 12 X60 Three rev dry fully furnished with le, (rr washer and NOW 14X66 D-luxe bedroom fully furnish- ed. Services for washer ard dryer. wall la wafl rugs, Brand only BONUS WOMtN WANTED PART-TIME TO WORK IN OWN HOME SEVERAL HOURS DAILY, FIVE DAYS A WEEK. Interring telephone vvorfc wsll known client. No selling- Gocd earn- tngi for reliable consclentloui vA'e will 1rain ladles from district cf Lethbridqe, Pert MacJecd, Cardstcn, Rayrricnd and Taber required. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE personal Interview call Frai crdl at 33B-NW (days) cr ttJ-141 CMU- lating rr.e, mber, Mrs. leeson 3046 7 St. S. W. Calgary, Alto. el park of your 53 MALE HELP WANTED UNITED MOBILE HOMES Dfv: UnHetf Co Ltd Corner 3vd Ave, Scenic Drlv or 337-17SO Sundays 1-S p m. N. 0073-tf D'HQTEL contact Vixjt, Holiday Inn, 323OM1. CJ37M7 BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST PRODUCTS LTD. MacKenzie Division Offers Permar.en! emplovm-nt In Us err wood product! operation. Brillsh Columbia Forest Prcducfl Lt tiai cwitinuous produdion And mai tenance openings felectrieians, mi v.TfqMs, werders, tprinXIer MINIMUM STARTING RATE J.MS per hour Mackenzie Is legated 130 'miles nor of Prints George in the Central Inti lor of British- Columbia. It Is a prgfi slonal development community wilh Independent municipal govern ms and a current population of 5.000. Good educational, recreaJlanal irs. Dorothy Jones. The funer- .1 service will be held on icsday at 3 p.m. in Southmin- ter United Church, with Hev, R. W. K. Elliott officiating. In- erment will follow in the fam- ly plot Mountain View Cemc- ery, Tn lieu of flowers, those 'ho wish may donate to the Dorothy Goodcr School for Re- arded Children, Lethbridge or :o Ihe charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Direc- ors of the Funeral Service. CARDS OF THANKS RA1SBECK Many thanks and sincere appreciation to the doctors, nurses and staff of the Municipal Hospital and to friends whose gills, flowers, cards and visits made my stay in hospital move pleasant during ly recent illness. Urilla Raisbeck. 431 Walk-a-thon to aid rehab centre A rehabilitation centrt for wwnen with aIcohol or drug problems moved closer to real- ity in Lethbridge with the an- nouncement o{ a 14-mile walk- a-thon on Oct, 21. Meis Wagenaar, president of the Committee for Rosa! House, said this morning that the group hopes to raise during the event which kicks off at the Civic Centre between anti 9 a.m. Saturday. The sought will be add- ed to about which thi group already has. The com- bined amounts will make up 25 per cent of a first year's op- crating budget necessary beforo the provincial government will lend financial support to venture. The walk-a-t hon course will be outlined in a special map issued to walkers at the onset. Checkpoints will bo set up along the walk route, Mrs. Wagenaar said. Sponsor sheets (money per mile walked) are available at most Lethbridge schools and at the Lethbridge Friendship Cen- 177-17 GARAGE BUILDING, C E M E N T work and sluccofng. Anderson Sorenson ConsJrutlion, 7th S. Phona 327-6632. C7: FENCE CONSTRUCTION AND RE PAIR, MISCELLANEOUS BUILDII-'G CEMENT WORK, ALL TYPES HAUL ING. PHONE 327-5087, 328-39S3. EGtSTERED txxlle, lemale MINIATURE SILVER d. 9392-lf UREBRED SHORTHAIR POINTER. wo year old female. Ideal 09. 327-6724. hunting 385-17 'UREBRED PEKINESE PUPS, SJO arh. Register-id. Airs. C. Lundt, Stir- ng, 7SS.-2.lOa, 37-H7 .OARD1NG MODERN COUNTRY sc I lilies- Rates, JI.JS 1o dally. DTjlhalta Kennels, Barn'welP. 223-4130. C-J8S7-1S ENGLISH POINTER HUNTING ixis. Pufrt and started dogs. All reg- .terable S50-S150, Phoriff 335-4913, ralrie Kennels, Lethbridge. 24B-I CANAAN DOGS. PUPPIES FROrA rst Canadian llMer. Visitors cuthalta Kennels, Barnwell- 133-4130. C4356-16 _. PUPS registered. Ready fi 527-MS7 5S1 Cambr Hat. PUREBRED twines. Phone ibridga Medlcir.i 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SALE OR RENT POOL flnd ihip fll Fcrerr EQUIPPED BARBER nf. Gacd ion. Phoni fiSJ-37iW, Carditon. FOR SALE GOOD SALFD DRY STRAW lo Pert 231- DEAD STOCK REWOVED-FREE OF chargs. LETHBRIOGE RENDERING 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED operation. Musi ba fully I perioncod in thn building sup- i ply field, ohlft lo call on con- tractors nnd cornmercinl ac- counts in (he Lelhbridtje orco. i A permanent position is of- fared solory, bonus, car nntl expanse s. i Please in confidence to 1 J. Short, Norlhcrn Fou Cloirfl Lumbor and Build- inq Supplies Ltd., ?3Q 42nd Ave. S, Calgary, Alberta. i T2G 1Y4. f a PAPTV 34V2 fOR RENT n at 535 I31h ST. tl. I criairs four dryfr im tr.cHJdinq oil cqulpmei ies. Plicne W-'.i. C437? UNIQUE FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY FIRST Tlf.'L AVAll ABLE. BER T M F r n F F F M A r J' E, s u i rj H SA r: D'.V; CH C.HOP "ARri IO WAKE THEM fROM It, JHES TO SIX 1 AND INVEtlTOR IOFAL PARTY CATERING BUS r j E A r J n s' AA L t T A E o u F RA riOfl HO TRIR.F.RS RtPLV I'l r.OrJFinFfJCE TO SEP IMF COfr FtV.AN, P O, BOX STATION D. ALtiERf, SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD PHONE 328-3331 wilh the LnotJr-T" Multiple Lislinq Business REPAIRS CARPENTRY ing In chimneys, bricl ient blctks, cement itm ig, fireplaces, rats E N C E S, SIDEWALKS, PATIO! vewiVi- garage5, cupboards, fran g, finlihlng and farm Free s Guaranleed worXmanship- b b too imalf. Phons 33B-0987 or 1W 1W4- FMCKINGKH 1 wish to thank my doctors, the nurses and staff of Ihe Municipal Hos- pital, Lethbridge, for the won- derful care I received while a patienl there. My appreciation is also extended to my relatives, friends and neighbors, for visits, flowers, cards, candy and gifts. A special thank you io my hus- band and family, who came daily to see me. Irene Flickinger, Taber, Alberta. 427 tre. In addition, the group wel- comes any donations of beds, and furniture. However, Mrs. Wagenaar said, furniture don- ors will be asked lo hold on to their donations until the half- way house is established. Anyone wanting further Infor- mation about the Committee for Hosalta House is asked to con- tact Meis Wagenaar at 1209 7th Ave. S. or phone 328-3417. IN MEMORIAMS WHITE In loving memory of my beloved sisters, Jessie lieattie White, who passed C49JO I away October 14, 19C8. ,ourt delays iiirt fighl igaiust drugs VANCOUVER (CP) Police helped round up drug traf- ckers earlier this week say the ing delays between arrest and rial mean those charged with rug offences are soon back on he streets again selling drugs. RCMP inspector Dan Webster aid at least nine of the 62 lleged traffickers had been out n bail pending trial on other rug charges. Two others were out on parole, he added. He said one of tJiose caught iad three charges of drug traff- icking still outstanding against him. Deputy Vancouver Police Chief Tom Stokes said many o arrested soon return to .he trade, almost immcd atcly after bail has been grant ed. "They have got to have lawyer so ttiey need he said. "They've got nothing to lose so they are right back a it." Mr. Stokes said a goo lliih St. K. or to th charily of their choice. MAI TIN BROS. Directors o FARROW Margaret Earl Farrow, who passed away Sep- ember 22, 1967. When Ihe weary ones we love Entcrr on their rest above, Let us think how heaven and home Lie beyond that "Till He comes." remembered by tlwir sister Marian Hatnmon 376 TREPAN In loving mem- of a dear husband, father and grandfather, who passed away October 15, 1966. Like falling leaves the years go by, But love and memories never die. remembered by wife Mary, son Peter and family. 426 BASTIAN In loving mem- ory of a dear grandson, nephew and cousin who passed away so suddenly on October 16, J971. It matters not what day or year, There is still a memory, still a tear, Memories don't fade, they just go deep. For the one we loved And could not keep. missed by Grannie and Butler is'alder, Auntie Del, Uncle Angus and fami- Defensive driving course set The Lethbridge Community College and the Alberta Safety Council will offer a special course in defensive driving be- ginning Thursday at the LCC. Roger Jobson, president of the Alberta Safety Council, and Gordon Sheen of Lethbridge, will conduct the course, which runs in four weekly sessions from 7 to 9 p.m. Subjects to be covered In- clude preventability of motor vehicle accidents; principles of defensive driving; situations of the two-car crash; standard ac- cident prevention formula; pre- vention of run-off-road acci- dents driving the express- ways ba cki ng, fixed object and grade crossing accidents; alcohol, drugs and driving; and pedestrian and bicycle safety. The course is open to all li- censed experienced, motorists. The fee is Interested people may register hy telephoning the of- fice of continuing education at 327-2141, extension 228. BASTIAN In loving mem- >ry of David, who passed away October 16, 1971, Your end very sudden It made us weep and cry The saddest part of all, David Yon never said goodbye. Each I i rne we see your picture Yon seem to smile and sny, "Don't cry, I'm only .sleoping We'll meet again some For those who have a son or bro'her Treat him with loving care For yrw will never know- thr, heartache 'Till yon know thnt he's not remembered by Mom and Dad and brother Pnn. Scholarsliip application deadline near Any university students Inter- ested in a Rhodes scholarship to Oxford University in Eng- land commencing September, 1973, must have application! submitted before Oct. 25. Eleven scholarships will awarded to Canadians, enab- ling the winners to study for two or possibly three years, at approxi mately per an- nurn. Eligible students must be male, unmarried and between 18 and 2-1 years of age, and preferably in their third or fourth year of university. No examinations are requir- ed of Ihc applicant; selection la made by provincial committees after personal interviews and on Itnsis of the candidate's record. Character, leadership qualit- ies, spoils interest and schol- astic ability arc considered. Applicnl ion forms and Infor- mation are available by writing Fra.sfr Birss, Department of Chemistry, University of Alber- la, Edmonton. Mr, Birss Is tho secretary of the selection com- Kuneral Service. In loving memory of a clear brother, I Hon, whti passed away Oelobcr 16, y.ilile rlid we know that day, What sorrow the day would hrirg, For I'nr! call sinldcn, (he sliofk severe. To pnrl with we lovwl so rfe.ir. You were tnken from us with- ovit a chance to sny good- bye, A page in history softly turned as you were laid away. But as long as life nnrl mem- ory In sis You will Ix; remembered dny by clny. r remembered and sadly mitfce in Alherta. Hahhr c lo remain in Israel JK'RUSALKM (AP) Rabbi Meir Kaliane, Ihc leader of the strong-arm Jewish Defence Ijoagtm, cannot leave Israel un- til a court case against him i.i cleared up, Israel's supreme court ruled .Sunday. He had planned a lecture of Europe and Canada which now must iw post ponod Kali a ne was f !e- taincd Oct by police, for rjuestionng aimut a plot lo CM913 missed by O.iry, Anno, smuggle arms out of Israel foi KaLhry. 435lu.-io against Arab terrorists. ;