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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 56 FARM HELP TEACHERS tneraM, DEATHS FAUST Edna May, passed away in Cardston en Monday, September 7th, 1970, be mother of Mrs. McKin ley of 517 Stafford Drive in Lethbridge. Funeral arrangement will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., are in Charge of Arrangements. C72 BOYCHUK Corma, passed away in Cardston on Saturday, September 5, 1970, at the age of 56 years, beloved Lottery Applications Approved EDMONTON (CP) Criminal Code amendments easing restrictons on lotteries have resulted in 213 local groups gel-ting government approval for lotteries, a city spokesman said here. The amen d menls which went inlo effecl Jan. 1, put the provinces in charge of approving lottery applications. Alber-la stipulates that only charitable or religious groups can operate such things as bingo games and raffles. "The altorney general's department is being fairly charitable in its definition of said Police Inspector W. II. tewart, one of the city's loltery application screeners. Horse racing sweepstakes with prize money totalling each have been Ihe largest lollerics to date in AI- MAN FOR DAIRY AND GENERAL (arm work Apply R. H. east, five miles north, Lethbridge stockyards. Phone 327-9231. SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 12 requires Primary teacher Please write including references ant superintendent reports or telephone Edson 1-723-4J7) to: B. A. CHANDLER SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS YELLOWHEAD SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 12 BOX 1570 j EDSON, ALBERTA C43-9 62 EDUCATIONAL PHONE BEFORE a.rn and after 5 p.m. 328-3289. Bu-iL, CarL Of DEATHS HALLIWELL P a s s e i away in Lethbridge on Sunday September (i, 1S70, Berber T h o in a s Halliwell, aged 89 years, beloved1 husband o Mrs. Sarah Margaret Halliwel of Fort Macleod. Born in Lon don, England he joined the Imperial Yeo men at the age of 19 and served in South Africa in the Boer War. He came to Canada in 1903 and started al the weekly newspaper business al Oxbow, Saskatchewan He 9 DEATHS PlCKETT Passed away at Medicine Hat on Monday September 7, 1970, Fred, o: Taber. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Humphries Funeral Home, in Charge of Arrangements. RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDER ENCHANT, ALBERTA Tenders tor the polyethylene llnlnc of approximately lineal feet o irrigation canal .located In Sect on 36 ld-18-d and Section 3S-16-18-4 will be received by the undersigned until p.m. local time, September 18, 1970 The main Items of work Include: (1) Widening existintj canal embank merit. (2) Over-cxcavoling existing cana section. (3) Installation o! Buried Po yelhy lene Lining. Plans, specifications, and tender forms will be available from Mrs Diane Virostek at the Bow River Irri gallon District office located A miles west of Enchant, Alberto. Prospective bidders will be required to pay ten (SlO.QO) dollars for each set of pans refundable on return In good condi lion. Each bid must he accompanied by a certified cheque equal to five per cent of the tender. The (owes or any tender not necessarily accept ed. Mrs. Diane Virostek Acting Manager Bow River Irrigation District Enchant, Alberta HARDWARE Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. 57 FEMALE HELP PART-TIME COOK WANTED Please apply In person, Lethbr dg Hotel Colfce Shop. POULTRY AND FULL OR PART-TIME HELP WANT ed. Apply PROGRESS CLOTH NG STORE. U2-H4 5th St. S, No ptlOHL calls please. AND FRIERS FOUR to six pounds, 25c per Ib. nllvc. Phoie 327-9110. STENOGRAPHER REQUIRED B Y local C on 5 1 ion firm. Typintj and shorthand esscnMal. Apply in wrilim to Box 61, Herald. ROASTING CHICKENS, PAN ready. 36c per Ib. Friers Fresh y killed, pan ready. 37c o Ib. on dozen lots. Free delivery, custom killing Hellmulh Dyck, Coaklalc. Phone 345 3224. AMDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO LIVE-IN with couple. Light housekeeping duties Musi be able to drive car. Phono 323 1850. 2418 13th Ave. S. PETS AND HOUSEWIVES Average 54.18 per hour cataloguing and laklnq Fuller Customer orders Minimum 15 to 20 hours weekly. Phone 32MJ.il. SIAMESE KITTENS Reasonoble. Phone 320-2473. MINIATURE POODLE PUP. Registered. Phone 327-3367, after p.m. LADV REQUIRED FOR FULL TIME employment' in retail TV and Appliance Store. Must have typing, snort-hand and a MfNe knowledge of bookkeeping. Apply "Box 57, Herald, stating refer-ftnces and experience. -R BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE Thousands are earniny good money in the growing field of professional n-come fax service. Now H R Block Canada's Largest Income Tax Service Will teach you to prepare income tax returns in a special 12 week tuition course. Classes conveniently scheduled to accommodate- working students and housewives. Curriculum includes practice problems, supervised by experienced Block instructors. Enrolment is open to all ages. No previous training or experience required. For complete details, en Roy H R BLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 327-3712 SPANIEL DOG FOR SALE four months old. Phone 327-7693. Passed away suddenly in the city on Mon day, September 7, 1970, Leslie John, aged seven days, beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Odlahd of Vauxhall. Besides his loving parents he is also survived by two sisters, Cindy and Valore and one brother Dennis, all at home; one grandmother, Mrs. Mary Enns of Coaldale. A graveside service will be held on Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Enchant Cemetery, with Reverend Keith McNeil officiating. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C75 PIERSON Passed away suddenly in Shaughnessy on Sunday, September 6, 1970, at the age of 40 days, Chad Allan, beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pierson of Shaughnessy. Besides his loving parents he is survived by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pierson of Shaughnessy, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Alien of Bow Island; one greatgrandfather, Mr. Ranson A. Pierson of Lethbridge: great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Allen of Bow Island and one great grandmother, Mrs. Barbara Roth of Bow Island. The graveside service will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. in Archmount Memorial Gardens, with Rev. Father D. G. Gillis officiating. Prayers will be held al "Memorial Chapel" 703 13th SI. N. on Tuesday (tonighl) at 7 p.m. Martin Bros. Ltd. Directors of Funeral Service. C74 Passed away in the city on Saturday, September 5, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Frederick. Oscar Paul aged 66 years of 822 16th St. S. Born and educated in Waterloo, Ontario, the late Mr. Pagel moved wesl in the early 1950's and worked as carpenter for the Alberta Government in POODLE PUPPIES. TWO months old. Phone 666-3958, Etzikom AVON PRODUCTS IS THE WORLD'S largest and most respected cos-met re company. AVON Representatives can take advantage of Hie fine reputation in successful, profitable businesses of their own Call now: 328-7424 or write Mrs M. SCOtt, 25M 23rd Ave. S. Also opening In Coalhursi, Coaldale, Gran-um and ofher southern Alberta points. CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE adorable pels and would like to find i a new home. 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Call 1 fresident of Ihe Hays Civic Centre. He also belonged to the lays Roping Club, Alberta Auctioneering Association and 3SAC. Survivors are his wife, Marion of Hays: Iwo daugh-ers. Dawn and Amberlee, his Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wright of Hays: seven brothers, Russell Jr., Cardston, Gary, Medicine Hat. Douglas, Vulcan. Alan, Richard, Tim othy. Kelvin, all of Hays; six sisters, Mrs. Mable Leeson, Mrs. Rodnev Skuban, Taber, Miss Gale Wright of Taber. Carmel. Pearl and Barbara of lays, bis grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Cyr of Leth-iridgc. Mrs. liable Wright, Jicturc lJuttc. Prayers will be aaid in St. Claus Roman Cath-ilic Church al Hays on September 9. at :00 p.m. 'fhe funeral service vill be held at the Roman Jatholic Church at Hays on 'hursday. September 10 at a.m.. with licv. Father 1 McLclian celebrant. nlerment will follow in Vuax- r tall Cemetery. Friends may c >ay their respects to the dc- eased at the funeral home rom 1-1 p.m.. Wednesday, i i lumplvi'ics Funeral Homo, Ta- or. in charge of arrange- 1 1 ncnls. C78 OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, BACKHOE AND TRUCK -Cart dig dr veways, trees, basements, load and haul gravel and top soil. Phone 327-1413, before 5 p.m. 327-3347, after 5 p.m. wife Nettie. G357 lilLLMER IIARIiY G. Who passed away September 8. A light if from our household gone The voice we loved is- still, A place is vacant in our hearts Which never can be filled. Ever remembered by his .'wing wife Nettie a i d family. INFORMATION REFERRAL Centre A.I.D. Advice, Information and Direction in areas of Health, We fare and Recreation. Phone- 327-7323, 10 a.m. 4 p.m. NOTICE ANONYMOUS Anyone' with a drinking problem. Phone or 328-3246, atter OF DEPARTMENT DUE TO ACNE, pimples and similar blemishes? Hyd-sol in will clear your complexion. Clear, colorless, equally effective on Iry or oily skin, use night or day. Many pleased users. Only SI. 50 for 1 ounce; 53.00 for 3 Dunces; si. 00 for medicated soap at Slubb's Pharmacy Lim ted and T. Eaton Company Druq Department. HIGHWAYS In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother. Sophie, who passed away September 8. 1954. i God made a mother. A mother who never grew old. He made her smile of sunshine. He moulded her heart of pure gold. He made her as nearly a n angel As anyone ever could be. God made a wonderful mother. And he gave that dear mother lo us. remembered by her daughters, grandchildren and families. TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to o'clock Standard Time on Friday, September lEIh, 1970 for the constructor ot the following work: Pro eel: Highway No. IB Fort As-sin boine to Swan Hills Improvement District 17 -Swan Hills Kinuso Ares GravH Crushing and Stockpiling UOOO cubic yards Contracts and Specifications may be obtained from the Office of the Chief Mn ntcnance Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberto, the Of fir.': j of the DKtr rt Engineer, 1707 6th Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta and the Off of the District Engineer, Administration Buildinq, LcthVidge, Al-jort.i and will be available only to nd viduais domiciled, registered and Dperhting in the Province of Alberta, to partner ships or corporations re-jistcrecf and operating in and who have 'striblishetJ a fixed "place of business n the Prov nco of Alberts. A deposit Df Twenty. five Dollars (S35.00) bo ecjuired for e.ich copy of the Contract ifit Specifications Eacri Did n jst he accompanied by a marked or bond equal to 10' o' the pnitor. will bo opened in iiihlir.. The owc.M or any Tinder not i accepted. L.H. McMrinur, Doputy Minister of and SERVICES AND A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. 56.00 for two weeks, SIO per month, -ree delivery and pickup. Phone 327-22.'.3. Singer Company of Canada, Col-ege Mall. Terms For Four Men EDMONTON (CP) Two Calgary residents have been sentenced to six months each or intimidation and possession 3f an offensive weapon after a i r I was held hostage and hreatened with a machete. De oris .1. Pi's! and Kcraelh T. Rilcv were sentenced bv Magistrate C. 11. Rolf Thurs-ay. Two other persons harged in Ihc same incident, 'ctcr Curric, 17. and Lynnscy iharp. 23. both of Calgary, verc scnlcnccd to six months ach la.st week. Th'.n' were arrested after a onfrontalion police over drug cache in Edmonton July 7. The girl was taken hostage. Tapinq, Spraying ceilinas. Ex-ellent workmanship. Phone 328-7362. TAILOR FOR ALTERATIONS TO j SOUTHERN AND STENCIL -start work October 1st. Apply In per- corporate seals dat-.on. Apply PROGRESS CLOTHING Trs? etc. ilMw P AVG' S' Ph011C EATON'S REQUIRES Part-time selling itaff and office lor fall season. Must ho able lo work during the- d-iy. Personnel Office, Second Floor, 9 a. in, -12 p.m., J 5-5 p.m. j f.62'9 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED SALES ana SERVICE. SER-ices on all makes of and ryers, automatic or conventional. Al-o all small appliances, lawn mowers, ron3, vacuum cleaners, otc. No lobs or> inrnA or too small. LETHiiRiOGE ftPPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S. Opium Ban AN'KAHA (API-Three llicu-aid peasants shouted anli- c slogans at a meet- t ng Monday protesting a han 1 n opium poppy cultivation, i persons uere uring Ihc rally in Malatya. a c ily in Turkey. Turkey educed the number of prov- c ices where opium may be a egally grown to four from 21. GARDENING CRANK'S ROT07M LING. P H 0 N E j 2R-73S9. 57-iMlS UNK AND YARD CLEAN -.UP. or 327.7393. FOP. FULLY INSURED TREE SUB vlllr.rrr GEOM CUTTING, TRIMMIfJG. ETC. NURSES NEEDED! PHONE vs-mi 5729-n TOOI.E COUNTY HOSPITAL Shelby, Montana 59-174 i TPFFS IRIW.V.FD, ODD IOBS DONF U5-19 Phono 32M43B or 29fi3-tl DAM j Tito UniU'd SUiic.s departiwinl f Ihc interior recently slated uit the world's largest dam is I ocatcd in Tarbella, ;