Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 57 FEMALE HELP Thursday, September 10, 1970 58 MALE HELP Housing Sales Declines stopped going up for 'he first time in several years. The Toront o Real s Board says the average sale price of a house in Toronto has doubled in 10 years. There was a 60-pcr-ccnl increase during the past five years alone. Realtors now suggest Hie pause may force re-evaluation of the escalating trend. The Toronto board says vendors are beginning to realize "they can no longer expect an automatic increase in real es-tale values from year lo year. Over-priced listings attract very few buyers." The Canadian Really News suggests in its August issue that "the price of the single-family dwelling has reached Ihe point where even those Canadians who can afford Ihese prices are beginning (o stage a buyers' strike." Single-family dwellings been beyond the means of the majority of Canadian families 'or several years, says the publication. The main market has been WANTED BABYSITTER FOR 0 casbnol week days. One child, my home. Phone 328-3927. FRAMING CARPENTERS. PHON n 32B-U24. ED BARTEL 0 LTD. MANURE. PHONE BEFORE fi a.r N and oiler 5 p.m. 328-3289. NOTICE TO 5 s Births, Deaths, Funerals, X y a) A certified cheque or bid bon In the amount of or SHOP FOR SALE, CLARE5-holm. Cheap. Must sell fmmedia ely 235-3033; after 5 p.m. at 235-3801. Sus} Students MONTREAL (CP) Ten sus-lended Sir George Williams Jniversity students were fined each here after pleading guilty to charges laid brought lo 25 the number of men and women students who have pleaded guilly lo the charge of committing mischief by illegally depriving Ihe university of its use of the computer area. Other charges against them arising out of the fire and destruction of the cenlre on Feb. 11, 1969, were withdrawn. All 25 have received the same fine and have been placed under bond lo keep the peace for two years. At the opening of the assizes Tuesday, the Crown said it would not prosecute 10 Trinidad-Tobago men and women who stood trial last March and still had several counts remaining against them. FINED EARLIER Six men and two young women in the group were fined "a total of on March 13 after being convicted of conspiring to carry out the sit-in and one was convicted of conspiring to damage university property. Two were acquitted on all conspiracy counts. The appearances of 43 accused who have opted for trial by jury on the dozen counts againsl them have been postponed until Nov. 2. Nine others chose trial by judge alone and are scheduled gies, married man preferred, 40 hojr a shift work, year rounr employment. Apply In person, to prepare income lax returns a special 12 week tuition CANADIANS Security with high earnings. E a r r S9.000-S1 per year operating we located grocery store In Edmonton DRIVER married, non-drinker. Guaranteed working students and fits. Willing' to get ahead. None othe need apply. 327-1525 or apply 516 5! Ave. supervised by experience! B ock instructors. Enrolment is open to all ages. capital required Reply with resume and references to Box 62, Herald. For complete details, cal Roy H R BLOCK 815 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 327-3712, days or 327-S126, evenings MONEY IN SPARE TIME Men or women to re-stock and collect money from New Type high quality coin-operated dispensers in your area. No selling. To qualify, must have car, references, to cash. to twelve hours weekly can net excellent income. More lull time. We MORE MONEYI How would you like your own Raw leigh Business, be your own Boss and make S3 an hour or more? Man Rawlelgh Dealers do and so can you For free details write The W. T. Raw leiqh Co. Ltd., Depf. 1-71-14, 5B9 Henr Ave., Winnipeg 2, Man. MUSIC MAN WANTED For Part-time work in service stat on Must be 20-21 years of age, neat i appearance, able to meet the public This could fae a full-time position fo the right' person. Submit th you and establish your rou pleas before Sessions Judge R n u s s e LESSONS, 635 15th ST. S Phone 327-7031. LIMITED, 2480 fecu-mseh Road East, Windsor 19, Ontario. Include phone number. PAGEL Funeral servic or Frederick Oscar P a u Pagel, who died in the cit Saturday, Sept. 5, 1970, after long illness at the age of 66 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wed nesday in the Memorial Chap el, 703 13th St. N., with Rev W. F. S'choepp officiating. Pall bearers were Graham Watts lohn Kanishiro, Paul Zucco William Todd, Patrick Mon aghan and James Archibald nterment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. BOVCIIUK Funeral service for Corma Boychuk, be-oved wife of Steve Boychuk of Cardston who died at Cardston aturday, Sept. 5, 1970, at the ge of 56 years, was held at 2 i.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1970, n the Alberta Stake Chape: Bishop Dick Richards of-ciating. Pallbearers were Jeff tregson, Bill Jenkins, Max Coupland, Frank Sioan, Rich-rd Cook and Clarence Rich-rdson. Interment was in the ardston Cemetery. Christen-en Salmon Funeral Home td., Directors of Funeral Ser-ice, was in charge of the rrangements. GRAHAM Funeral TUITION OH GUITAR Fred Kant. Phone 327-8897. LOANS Escape Gas Blast CALGARY (CP) A nalura gas pipeline 25 miles soulhwes of Ihe city exploded Wednesda; when an Alberta Governmen Telephones cable-laying crev struck the 14-inch line. The explosion was caused by the force of the compressed gas and there were no flames. A telephone company spokesman said Harvey Stinson, operator of the cable-laying traclor, was knocked from his machim by the explosion, but was not injured. An official of Canadian Western Natural Gas said the break has been isolated and Ihe only service interruption would be to farmers in the area of the TEACHER REQUIRES STU dents. '959 mti St. S. Phone 327-438 AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED' 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3.131 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest rates available. First and' second YOUNG MAN FOR FURNITURE deliveries. Must be bonda.ble anc have neat appearance. Good opnor funity for advancement for rlgh parly. Usual company benefits. Apply -Capitol Furniture 326 5fh St. S. LESSONS. 0-B. BENTSEN A.N.C.M. 632 21st ST. S. PHONE 32 6956. STUDENTS PREPARED FO Associate.. Ucent'atfi, Fellowship exam Inations. J. Navara, 327-BB93. of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Arnold Kroshinsky, who passed away September 10, 1969. remembered by the family. MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY 'WE ALSO PURCHASE EXISTING MORTGAGES FOR CASH" CAC REALTY LIMITED COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL PHONE 328-2381 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. MUSIC TEACHE requires students. Phona 327-1208 o ca 1 at 635 12th St. C N. not less than 10 per cent he Tender. Certified cheques are f je made payable to the Alberta Liquo Control Board. The attention of tenderer Is draw to the "Public" Works page clause 9 which refers to forfeiture o security." The successful tenderer will be re qu red to provide a certified chequ or negotiable or properly assigned Gov ernment of Canada Bonn's for Ten 1 Percent of the contract, or a Fift Percent Performance and Main tenance Guaranty Bond, plus Fifty (5 Percent Labour and Material Pay ment Bond. The lowest or any tender will no necessarily be accepted. Tenders will be opened in public at the Alberta Liquor Control Board, 12360 142 Street, Edmonton, In the Board Room a! 2 o'clock P.M. Moun-la n Standard Time, September 30'h, 1970. Chairman The Alberta Liquor Cent rol Board PIANO STUDENTS! rlvate piano lessons given In Cos a e. Week days and some evenings arting in October. Qualified exper-nced teacher studied in Winnipeg nder concert pianists. Write or Box 179, Alberta; 45-3335 or 345-3-355. WANTED LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 Male Cleaner Custodial Staff Written applications will be recieved by the Maintenance Co-ordinator unti 12 noon, Friday, September 18th, for 'he position of Male Cleaner. Applications forms may be obtained from the BUILDING AND PURCHASING DEPARTMENT fit 433 15th St. S., Lethbridge, In loving memory of my husband, Andrew Mitchell, who passed away September 10, 1969. No longer with me, my life to share Still in my heart, you are always there; Precious forever are memories of you, Today, tomorrow and all life through. remembered by his wife Ingrid. 6959 FISHER In loving ELLYN MELLS B. MU5. Accepting a limited number f voice and piano students, jeginners or advanced. 328-5228 1410 20th ST. N. SALES CO-ORDINATOR We are looking for a young aggressive man to lake charge ol this Important position. Job to co-ordinate sales with production programs, warranty work and service man. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. reply In writing only to Mr. F. D. Dean Western Sales Manager Northwest Design and Fabrication Ltd. P.O. Box 999 Fort Macleod LESSONS Conservatory of Lethbridge Prop. Vince Ditrich i BRASS REEDS PERCUSSION ELECTRIC BASS GUITAR PIANO ND1VIDUAL OR CLASS LESSONS HOURLY OR MONTHLY RATES PHONE 327-1790 FENCE BUILDING nd driveways.. Free estimates. Phone 7-8417. Million Surplus Cuts of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Jean Fisher, who i a s s e d away September 10, 968. Two dear b r i g lit eyes, a tender smile, A loving heart that knew no guile, Deep trust in God that all .was right, Her joy to make some other bright. If sick and suffering one she knew, Some gentle act of love she't do; No thought of self, but of "the other." I know He said, "Well done, dear mother." remembered by her husband Joe, son Don and family. appear in sessions court today. Eighty-seven adults were charged in conneclion with the computer centre affair. Charges of racism made against Prof. Perry Anderson ry West Indian students started te sit-in. ,Prof. Anderson was exonerated of all accusations by Embroider m e r r y music-akers on clothes, bibs, pic-ires. Choose zinging colors for winging stichery goes as asl as a drum roll- Lcl a litlle hi help Pallern 7334: vclve molifs abodl FIFTY CENTS (coins) for ich p a 1 1 e r n (no stamps, WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS paired, odd jobs. Phone 847-tt EMENT DRIVES AND WALKS. RE-ndelling, and rumpus rooms. Phone 5-4684. SCREEN AND STORM NDOWS AND DOORS. FREE EST1-ATES.- JONES ROOFING. 32B-5745. five-man committee in July, 1969. LOST AND (CP) Ontario ended its 1969-70 fiscal year MACLEOD'S FAMILY SHOPPING CENTRE Requires (a) Farm salesman (b) Appliance salesman (c) Plumbing and healing salesman (d) Automotive Department manager !e) Men's and Boys' Wear Dept. Manager. For our new Cen-tre Village Store Picarc Apply CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE small black and white bull oq. Reward Phone 327-7601. and stuccoing. Anderson and-renson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. Phone 327-6682. end of March with a surplus of million after pouring additional unbudgelal sums into hospital insurance and education. Treasurer Charles Mac-Naughton, in a statement accompanying the province's 1970 financial report, said today the surplus has been applied to reduce the net provincial debt to million, or 8202.31 per capita. Tlie sin-plus compares with the 5141 million deficit Ontario piled up in 1968-69. Despite Mr. MacNaughton's assertion that the surplus resulted from government expen-J i t u r e restraints and unexpected ficonomic growth in the orovince, the financial report shows that expenditures for the 'ear were over-estimated last March. The department of icalth, as one example, spent 20 million less than the nillion estimated for it. There were some under-esti-nates in budgeting for the year, oo, largely in departments nost directly affected by eco-omic of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham of Raymond ho died suddenly at Calgary unday, Sept. 6, 1970, at the ge of 27 years, was held at 2 ).m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1970, the Taylor Stake Chapel ith Bishop George Bohne of-ciating. Pallbearers were .Ima and Jake Evans, Rulon ahl, Charles Ackroyd, Ross lumphries and Ira Bourne. In-erment was in the family plot the Temple Hill Cemetery, iristensen Salmon Funeral ome Ltd., Directors of Fu-eral Service, was in charge of ie To Sell Israel Plaiies WASHINGTON (AP) The United Stales has agreed to sell 6 to 18 more 4E Phanlom ighter-bombers to Israel, the Vashington Post reports. The Posl says il had learned f Ihe decision from weU-in-ormed sources. A sale of 50 Phantoms lo Is-ael was announced during Ihe losing days of Ihe Johnson ad-linistration, but the Nixon administration has never re-nonded openly lo anolher re-uest early Ihis year by Israeli remier Golda Meir for 25 norc. However, Defence Secretary lelvin R. Laird said at a news onference last week that the riginal 50-plane contract may nply an agreement for the U.S. o replace losses. RAVEN 1329 9th St. N. fchen cupboards, rumpus .rooms, re-odelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. WEDDING CAKES. S35 nd up. Free delivery. Phone 758-3457, agrath. STEINER CEMENT WORK, basements dug, water proofing. In-ed, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. OF PROBLEM DRINK-RS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING ND INFORMATION CONTACT AL NON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE IN-UIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, ETHBRIDGE, erior, exterior painting cily or un ry. Japanese painter. Phone 327-1, evenings. INFORMATION REFERRAL Centre A.l.D. Advice, Information and Direction in areas of Health, Welfare and Recreation. Phone 327-7323, 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Coal Mine To Open Friday GRANDE CACHE, Alia. CP) Mclntyre Porcupine lines Ltd. will officially open s Smoky River coal mines ear Ihis west-central Alberta ommunity Friday. The company has contracted o deliver 30 million tons of coal from ithe mines lo the Japanese steel industry over the next 15 About 35 Japanese business-nen and Alberta Premier. Strom will attend the cere-noiiies. Unit trains began carrying oal to Vancouver lasl April. DRYWALL CO. LTD. sidential commercial. Textured lings, Gyproc vinyl board. Com-te drywall and steel studs. Phone -6562 anytime. ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 337-WM? or 323-3246, after BACKHOE AND TRUCK MANAGEMENT TRAINEES Rapidly expanding retail lirrn with stores from coast to coast has im- dig driveways, trees, basements, d and haul gravel and top soil, one 327-1413, before 5 p.m. 327-7, after 5 p.m. OF THANKS KALLAI I wish to express y sincere thanks and appre-ati'on to my doctors, nurses d staff of the Lethbridge Mu-cipal Hospital for the won-erful care given me while I as a patient. Also a special anks to my relatives, friends d neighbors for their visits, wers, gifts, cards and wcll-shcs during my stay in the ospilal and after returning ome. Alex Kallai. SERVICES AND TAPING, SPRAYING eilings. Excellent workmanship, hone BUSES FOR SALE Tenders will be received by the ndersiqned until o.m. September 1 6, 1970 for the disposal of the follow- ng used school buses: 20 passenger I 30 passenger passenger These units will be sold on an "as basis and may be inspected at ie Divisional Garage in Pincher reck. A deposit of" 10'.'. must ac- ompany each bid. The highest or any nder not necessarily accepted. R. J. Roth, I Secretary-Treasurer, Pincher Creek School Division No. 29 n Pincher Creek, Alberta. fj SI mediate openings for recent graduates lo train on Ihe job lor store man- i agemenl. Future opportunities in home j office and administrative positions, WE OFFER A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. 6.00 for two weeks, 510 per month ree delivery and pickup. Phone Singer Company of Canada, Col-ege Mall. A five year (raining program Good starting salary Paid holidays Free life insurance STAMP AND STENCIL 1 Rubber slamps, corporate seals, i alers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233- 1 id Ave. S. Phone 328-5114 Traders ro Meet Oct. 1 WINNIPEG (CP) The sec-nd North American fur trade onference will be held in Win-ipcg Oct. 1-4, it was an-ounced today. Conference papers will deal ilh the history and dcvclop-icnt of the fur trade and about 00 delegates are expected. The first North American fur r a d e conference was held in I. Paul, Minn., in 1965. Pension plan and oilier benefits QUALIFICATIONS J Leadership ability s Singls e Must be prepared to relocate Minimum grade XII SALES and SERVICE. SER-c.es on all makes of washars and I yers, automatic or conventional. A'-3 small aoplianees, lawn mow- C s, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No c b too large or too small. LETH- t RIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. Phone 327-4456. OWES TAXES RENO, Nov. (AP) The in- ;inal revenue service says in-cntor William Lear, who built ie jet that bears his name and ow is tinkering with a smog-ee automobile, is in debt to e U.S. government tor in back taxes. A lien has t ?cn placed against Lear's I 1R.S spokesman Don- 1 d Sherman announced Wed- n ssday. The industrialist in- w 2ntor says: "It's harassment, tl takes you years fo earn it s it they want it immediately." HIM. SPRING S CALGARY (CP) Nose Hill l pruig near this cily has been fficially declared a historic e ark site. The city has pledged 8.000 for the beaulificalion of f w park, once a major resting r oint for traders travelling (o algary from the Ilocky Moun-iin House area. It received the '1 ame from the Cree nalivcs I notlcud its obvious resem- 8 lance lo proboscis. i college gran- KKEE 11 SILORS APPLY S. S. KRESGE c CO. LTD. Ave. 6th Slroct 327-4155 R C GENERAL TRUCKING ixtr or unmixed top ioil, manure. landscaping service or 327-OSA2. 1732-11 PARSON'S HARDWARE I Phone 327-7GW GARDEN TOOL RENTALS OTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES n MAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. P cew-H REDUCED 7 Almost half the motorists ar- b ,'Slcrf by Kentucky slalc police p st year for drunken driving a ere able to get the charges n ismisscd or reduced in court, a v iblic safety department report Tt bows. Red Cross has informed i gypt that Israel will release t 1 Egyptian sailors within the p cxt few days. The sailors C ere nmong the crew aboard t ie liner Kristina Maria, which n ank near the .Israeli port of aifa Sept, 5. add 15 cents for ach pattern for first class n Killing and special handling HE LETHBRIDGE IffittALD II carters Mail Limited Front Street West t oronto 1, Ontario.