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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 KELP WANTED Cucumber p i c K u r b required Phono tt'i Do you like meeting the public? Coftoo Shop supervisor-cashier. evening shift Pleasant working con- ditions. good wages Apply to Mr Hob or. El Rancho Motor Hotel C1 765-11 Licenced mechanics requ constructicn company in Calgary for lull time work Basic shop work with minimum ol field trips involved Good wages and full company benefits available Phone 272-2251, Calgary 9540-15 by 66 OFFICE. CLERICAL experienced stenographer required by Bank of Montreal. Mayor Magrath Drive Branch. Please phone 328- 9266 or apply in person to Miss G De Vos C1 767-11 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL equired. Apply in person Golden Rridge Restaurant. C1727-29S required Apply in person. Mr Tamagi. Outrider. El Rancho Motor Hotel C1837-10 Experienced Apply in person to Majorette Restaurant. (Not open on Sundays and holidays. Closed every day at 8 p.m.) C1613-17 THE VILLAGE CHURNE In Coaldale requires full-time and part time help to work in dairy bar. Apply at The Churne 9485-12 Person for cleaning guests rooms in modern facilities Good working con- ditions Phone 328-2366 for ap- pointment 9am -4pm Monday Friday C1884-12 Lounge cocktail above average enumeration Good appearance and pleasant personality an asset Apply in person 10am -5 p m Park Plaza Motor Hotel C1878-12 68 DOMESTIC____________________ Babysitter urgently required Apply 2919 13th Ave S 9513-11 Need sitter to sit-in. Phone 329-4388. after 6pm 9362-10 Housekeeper required Four school age children P O. Box 162. Lethbridge. 8707-11S Lady for house cleaning one day a week Park Meadows area 327-6077 after 7 p m 9432-10 Required immediately babysitter to come in or live in Approximate hrs Sam to 3 p m. 328-3860 9143-tf 69 FARM Experienced person for mixed farm. Year round employment Phone between 7-8 a m 1-684-3563. Blackie 9265-12 Several experienced combine opeiators and truck drivers to work in the Calgary-Red Deer-Dawson Creek area Henry Matteotti Farms Phone 327-7191 9333-12 72 LICENSED KINDERGARTENS. NURSERIES 73 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES R BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE JOP, ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE FOR BEST STUDENTS Thousands ate earning qood money in the qrowinq field of income tax ptopar llion NOW H AND R BLOCK CANADA S LARGEST INCOME TAX SERVICF WILL TEACH YOU TO PREPARE INCOME TAX RETURNS IN A SPFC1AI 13 WEEK TUITION COURSE CLASSES CONVENIENT- LY SCHEDULED TO ACCOMMO- DATE WORKING STUDENTS AND HOUSEWIVES CURRICULUM IN- CLUDES PRACTICE PROBLEMS TAUGHT B> EXPERIENCED BLOCK INSTRUCTORS Enrolment is open to men and worm n of all aqes No previous train- inq or experience required For i omplote details call Roy A Aldoir 815 Third Ave So PHONE 327-3712 EVENINGS "HONE 327-8126 C1730-29S 75 MUSIC TEACHERS Music lessons band instruments V Oil''i h 3P7-1790 9133-22 8082-tf Musir ipssons Biass-reods-strmg and percussion V Ditrich 327- 17HO 8467-22S Piano organ quitar and accordion lessons Bfrti Sonool of Music 2646 South Parksido Drive Phono 327- 011') C1063-K i o ptano orqan theory prepared for ex ims Dennis A Mus TO! A R C O Roqi lured MUSIC tiMihor Av" i' Soullt Phone 787I-2GS 76 SEWING SERVICES Secjniq services and alteiations Phn'i.' hlf.'i 9434-10 Custom drapes made Reasonable Phone 128-3618 1145-11 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT n AfJC. I R AND FOR AIL O( i A '.IONS VINCf DITRICH I7'in {Mfisi I Ml RY S f N T f RT AINM r NT i ir'i i NCI f, no i IPS AVAH 'MM I I I- m I Wl DOINGS. I.IC PHONI 328- 04951-11 79 PERSONAL ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS 79 PERSONAL ____ i xi iu isi i on m AND WriGHl CONTROL PHONE 327- 8P (vl 8831-27S Hit Hi Control and Information Contic Counselling information and re'errals (.oncoming birth control V D un- preynaiiLioT Group presentations available 542 7lh St S Phone 328-0190 CJ3_93-tf Hi i n il you are inteiesteij m st' oiqht week Silver Toy male Poodle 329-0200 Ir.'i Ph. 1.1 ll H I 0" 7 n jr cr uss pups M 9364-10 i thr'-e months old sho's S35 Phone 329- Q173-11 Rrd American cocker pups Phone 345 4E9S 9545-12 THE CLIP JOINT Cornoloto ail breed dog grooming 118 8 St S 328-4362 C1906-13h Roadv to qo Five week old Dane pups Used for show pet or guard S I a i d a n e Kennels Box 128 Coalriale Phone 345-4539 9541-21 n IM Pmsi hor y'oar old male Ri'iiislori-d without pipers Phone fiVi Ifl'ii Cardston 9546-15 Ko'iou'j! doq obodiotKo classes MM, i, i luo ,d.iy Soplenibpr 11 me Thur September 13 at h il, id irt, Hldn ,i( 7 p ill S10 00 for 9 K IM'M uill instruct C o'll lo- fivo weeks ,il 4 o M on rhiir.diV' Phono 8471-1511 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Confoc tionory and grocery store in Rurdott with living quarters Priced at onlv c'1 500 including all equipment Ml S OLIVER-HANDLEY REAL ESTATE Phone 345-3534 Box 105, Coaldale, Alberta C1567-tfh ROYAL TRUST 7th ST S Phono 328-7768 COASl TO-COAST REALTORS TABER NOA three level localed in all ne.v no i Featu'os five two-bedioom suit's ancl one one-bedroom suite Total revenue per year S10 less expenses Puce includes sioves refr iterators coin operated vvasher and dryer and hot water heatinq 1 rades ,K MLS COALDALE Exceptionally well kept three year old fourplox in excellent location Shows qood return on equity Stoves refriqerators com operated vvasher and dryer included in lull price oi S59 000 Call RAY LAVALLEY at 345- 3462 to view M LS C1709-tf BLOCK BROS. 328-2356 BAKFRY AND PASTRY SHOP Well esiablishod business located m one of I pthbndqo's larqesl and finest hotel-. No chaiqe accounts nil cash lui ,ines'; is pioducmq up lo S65 000 qrnss revenue Owner selling because of other interests BILL 1 A7ARUK 328-7402 MLS B594- 73 RPSTAURANT AND TAVERN At Hosmer. BC between Sparwood and Ferine Deautilully decorated Ihrouqhout and doinq a thriving year round business Price ol 000 in- cludes fi pad trailer court which is continually rented plus boautilul liv- inq quarlcis lor owners BILl 3PS-7.102 N.R S 305- WESTERN CANADA'S LARGbST REALTOR C190 7-10 Monday, September 10, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES i i i q j.r 1. 'r s inn AI' i> I'isfar for o' business I ocatod Knaus and Mrs. Jay Lyle i Verl Greene all of Salt Lake City and Mrs. W E. (Arillai LaPearle of Murray. Utah. 40 grandchildren. 100 great grandchildren and seven g r e a t g r e a t- grandchildren. Funeral ser- vices will be held in Salt Lake City, following which the remains will be forwarded to where a luneral ser- vice will be held in Raymond Third Ward L D S Chapel on Thr-'sday. September 13 at 2 p.m with Bishop Ronald H. Watson officiating Interment will follow in the family plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME. Dircc'ors of the Funeral Service in Hiuinond. C1909 GIRL CLIMBS MOUNTAIN NAIROBI. Kenya An eight-year-old girl has climbed to the lop ot 19.340- foot Mount Kilimanjaro, it was reported Sunday. Samantha White, daughtei ot Mr. and Mrs. William White oi Steilacoon. Wash., is believ- ed to be youngest person evet to conquer Africa's highest mountain, authorities here said Her father, a United Slates airman, dropped out at'10 teet with allitude sickness FUNERALS mass for Stefan (Turbisi Turbiarz. beloved husband of Mrs. Soiia Turbiarx of 842 12th St. .N. who died in the city Sept. 4. 1973. alter a short illness at the age oi 7li years, was said at 11.00 a.m. Saturday. Sept. 8, 1973, n St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Father J. A. C' a r r o i 1 the celebrant. Pallbearers were Steven Tur- biarx. Nick Wolk, John Elyshyn. Richard Lawrey. Nick kutcheran and Stanley Kasperski Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge ot the arrangements. JOHNSON-Funeral ser- vice lor Bert Johnson, beloved husband of Mrs. Hilda Johnson ol Vauxhall who died at Lethbridge Wednesday, Sept. 5. 1973. at the age of 80 years, was held at 2 p.m. Saturday. Sept. 8, 1973. in the Evangelical Free Church at Vauxhall with Peter Unger and Rev. Tony Hanson of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Melvin. Johnny. Tilman. Gordon and Norman Johnson and Robert Connor. Interment was in the Vauxhall Cemetery. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors o! Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. iN MEMORIAMS ZMURCHYK In loving memory of a dear mother, grandmother and great- grandmother. Mary, who passed away September 10, 1967. A special place within our hearts. Is set aside lor you. As long as life's memories last. We will remember you. Ever remembered by her sons, daughter, daughters-in- law, son-in-law, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. 9542 ZMURCHYK In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother Mary Zmurchyk. who passed away September 10. 1967. Her thoughts were all so full of us. She never could lorget. And so we think that where she is. She must be watching yet. As angels keep their walch up there. Please God let her know That we down here do not forget. We love and miss her so. Always remembered and sadly missed by Pete, Frances and Family. 9543 added to entries RICHARD JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Another name has been added to the entries in the political sweepstakes lor governor general It is that ol Lieut. Col. Hon Hugues Lapointe. former fed- eral cabinet minister m the cabinet ol the late prime minister Louis St. Laurent and lor the last seven years Lieutenant Governor of Quebec His appointment to the post being vacated later this year by Governor General Roland Michener. is being talked up by a very prominent former national political figure, who. in the days ot his greatest i n f1u e n c e w a s a close associate ol prime ministers Mackenzie King, Louis St Laurent and Lester Pearson, and himselt a member ol several cabinets Lieutenant Governor Lapointe has the required qualifications. He is a French Canadian. He has a distinguished Work! War Two record. He has a solid federal government background He is familiar with all parts ol Canada. He has a Qucbecer's insight French-Canada. And ho knows the problems the provinces Finally his age is just about right Others who have been men- tioned lor the post are Com- mons Speaker Lucien nnix former del once minister Leo Cadicux now Canadian ambassador m Paris. Jules Lcgcr. ambassador to Belgium, and long-turn carci'i diplomat Georges n'ght scene highlighting the lush Spanish moss VJllOWS overhanging tree-lined streets. The scene is an "aft- er" photo demonstrating the artistic results ot a relighting program designed to pres- erve the charm of the old city, laid out by James Oglelhorpe in 1733. Below. Savannah "before" picturesque, but also problems. Police report improved lighting has reduced crime and vandalism by as much as 50 per cent in some areas. Status of Women Leader starts TORONTO (CP) The Na- tional Action Committee on the Status of Women (NAC) decided Sunday to seek sup- port from women across Canada in an Oct. 22 symbolic mourning for the Canadian Bill ot Rights. Advertisements have ap- peared in Ottawa newspapers and more are likely to appear elsewhere, the organization says, urging women to dress in black and picket federal buildings in their area. The NAC says the Bill of Rights died last month when the Supreme Court of Canada upheld a section of the Indian Act under which native women who marry non- Indians lose their Indian status The organization has sent telegrams to leaders of federal parties demanding an immediate repeal of the sec- tion of the Indian Act in ques- tion and a review of the case decided by the Supreme Court It also demands an amend- ment to the Bill of Rights to ensure its supremacy over all federal legislation in matters ol discrinrnation by reason of race, national origin, color, religion or sex. In another matter, the NAC decided to write federal Health Minister Marc Lalonde requesting information on genetic counselling and research and federal funds for D r o b1e m pregnancy Ontario Health Minister Richard Potter may also be ipproached to provide doctors funds under the Ontario Health Insurance Plan for genetic counselling services. :he organization said. Il also is pressing for clinics >ffering total planning to across Ontario In debate on the Bill of Rights protest .leannette Lavell of Toronto recalled that in February when she and 100 Indian women went to the Supreme Court hearings they paid all their own expenses, while 500 Indian chiefs came at the expense of the depart- ment of Indian affairs. FIGHT FOR RIGHTS "We're fighting for our rights as Indian people." she said. "You should have every right to go back it you want to the place where you wore born and grew up." Mary Two-Axe Early of the Caughnasvaga reserve near Montreal said more than 200 Indians on the reserve married white women who to the reserve and are living in houses provided by the department. "A lot have married women who already have two and three children ol their own and those are being received ami registered as In- are more blondes and redheads running around my reserve today." she said. "I'm lighting for an old log cabin. I was brought up there and now I'm trespassing They want me evicted. When I go home 1 may find myself evicted. All we want is our birthright." Mrs. hJarly said in an inter- view that the only way she can stay on the reserve is by stay- ing as a guest of her daughter who is married to an Indian. Sylvia Gelber. director of the federal Women's Bureau, also expressed dismay at the court ruling. "The implications of that judgment must be looked on as a destruction of a principle we had thought we she said. Ageew defends Nixon ST CHARLES. 111. (AP) Whether on direct orders from the White House or not. Vice- President Spiro Agnew has joined what appears to be a broadening counter-offensive by the Nixon administration against its critics and ac- cusers. Addressing a Republican fund-raising party here Satur- day night. Agnew delivered an appeal to public opinion that in its forcefulness was reminiscent of his hammerings against the press two and three years ago. The speech e hoed some of President Nixon's own com- ments on the Watergate politi- cal espionage scandal, but aides of the vice-president in- sisted the speech was developed by the Agnew staff without orders from the White House, with no White House contribution, and without White House approval. Whatever its origins, the speech was certain to be well received by Nixon for what it said about Watergate and what it said about the Republican party and the public in general. CURSE FOR CHARITY I.ONDO.s (CP) F.mploVffs ,il Heathrow pint liavtM.iisti! it-NO i i in three weeks In paving a two- pence line each time 'they hope to enniiuh In .1 mini bus tut handle ippeil hildivn victory MONTREAL C PI Quebec Creditiste leader Yvon Dupuis predicted Sun- day his party will be swept to victory in the next provincial election with at least 55 of the 100 scats that vvill be up for grabs in the National As- sembly. "On the island of Montreal we will win at least as many ridings as the Liberals and we will obliterate the Parti Quebecois." he told 400 cheer- ing members of the party's provincial council. Mr. Dupuis. who expects a provincial election this fall, said the longer Liberal Premier Robert Bourassa waits to call an election the better it will be for the Creditistes. "Even now we can win with 55 seats but if Bourassa waits longer the tide will grow to enormous proportions and we will go to power with an over- whelming majority." He dismissed Rene Leves- que and the Parti Quebecois as "a gang of malcontents" and said his party s real rivals are the Liberals. Mr. Dupuis spoke at the end of a weekend meeting of the party's provincial council, called to hammer out a mani- festo in case an election is called before a full-scale pro- gram can be worked out. The council came up with hundreds of resolutions cov- ering a wide range of topics and which Mr. Dupuis labelled the peoples' answer to the "cold inhuman policies of the Liberal government. He added that Quebecers are "fed up" with the technocratic style of the Liberals and wanted a return to a less centralized and more humane administration. The Creditiste manifesto promised a presidential system of government for the province but left the question of independence for a referen- dum tft be called after the election. Current standing in the 108- seat legislature, to which two seats will be added for the next election, is Liberals 70. Union Nationale 16. Creditistes 11, Parti Quebecois seven. Inde- pendent two. vacant two. SAMUELS WANTS TOP JOB NEW PALTZ, N.Y. (API Howard Samuels, head of New York City's Off-Track Betting Corp.. said Sunday he plans to seek the Democratic nomina- tion for povernor of New York st'Jto next year Samuels said ho will resign Iroin the OTB post before running for gover- nor The Democrats rejected him as party nominee in 1970. picking Arthur Goldberg, who lost to Republican Gov Nelson Rockefeller. ;