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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 13, 1974 71 TEACHERS WANTED 79 PERSONAL .W4BLE FARMER REQUIRED FOR FARM. WRITE BOX 86. HERALD. C9178-tf Married couple for work m hog barn House supplied, wages to be negotiated. On school bus route. Write Box 133, Herald 4593-tf Experienced individual required for farm work. Apply one mile south of Lelhbndge Airport George Jarokosky. 1179-15 Beet truck driver wanted for September 30. Phone 732-4692. evenings. Picture Butte. 1196-16 Couple wanted for dryland farm and cattle operation. Experience preferred. Phone 223-8293. Taber. 1731-26 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL Leinbndne Medical Clinic will require a full time X-ray Technician approximately mid-December. 1974. Please apply with full particulars and date available to Box 147. Herald. C1707-t4h REGISTERED NURSES Full and part time registered nurses required for Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital and Southland Nursing Home. These positions will be of interest to the R.N. who is interested in Extensive Care Nursing. Geriatrics. Rehabilitation and Medical Surcical Nursing of the individual. Offers the individual the opportunity to participate in the implementation of new approaches to extended care. Provides opportunity for in service education and professional development. For further information PERSONNEL DIRECTOR Lethbridge Municipal Hospital LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 327-4531 C1905-16 Registered Nursing Orderlies R.N.'s and C.N.A.'s Required for a 68 bed general hospital located in northeastern Alberta's vacation land. Accommodation available in residence. Salary as per Alberta Hospital Association recommended scale. Write or phone collect to: Administrator Lac La Biche General Hospital Box 507 Lac La Biche. Alberta Phone (403) 623-4404 C1893-21h 71 TEACHERS WANTED LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Requires an ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR (Sessional) DUTIES: Instructs students in basic principles of communication and various aspects of business English Example: Letter and report writing. QUALIFICATIONS: Master's Degree desirable DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT: January 6th to May 5th. 1975 Application deadline October 15th. 1974 Interested persons should apply for the standard "Application for Employment" form DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL Lethbridge Community College LETHBRiDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 327-2141. EXT. 216 C1860-14 PEACE RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 10 TEACHER REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY For Grade Five. Springfield School. Peace River Interested teachers should contact the Assistant Superintendent by telephoning 624-3601 or 624-5580 Written applications with supporting documents should be forwarded to: Mr. J. E. Stuart Asst. Superintendent of Schools Peace Siver School Division No 10 P O. Box 339 PEACE Alberta C1779-13-h Peace River Schoo! Division No. 10 TEACHER REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY TO teach Grade Seven at tne Paui e High School m Manning Interested teachers should contact the Assistant Superintendent by phoning 624-3601 or 524- 5580 (Residence) Wmi-en applications witti supporting information should be Jo Mr J E Stuan Assistant Superintendent ol Schools Peace Rrver School Division No 10 P O Sox 339 PEACE RIVER. Alberta PEACE RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 10 Requires 1or trench rjirj Languid? Arls 31 the li' St-hoof 2Sih fjt 30 for JnferesJeiJ teachers sh the Ass.iilar.1 Suoe" 3601 'O'f 5580 i 5' 624 Written information should be f Mr J E 1-IC, 0 Bc-r 339 PEACE Ib with to C1777-131-. County of BARRHEAD REQUIRES One Secondary Socia teacher for firs semester. Please provide evidence of training and experience to: H. L. TRELEAVEN SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS COUNTY OF BARRHEAD BARRHEAD. ALBERTA PHONE 1-674-3333 C1736-14 Due to a larger than anticipated growth in enrolment. FORT MCMURRAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2833 needs more teachers 1. Grade one or two. 2. Grade five or six. 3. Grade eight (all 4. Biology 10 and Physics 10. 5. English 10 and Social Studies 20. These positions will be filled in the next month or two in order to keep class sizes from becoming too large. This is your chance to join the staff ol one of the fastest growing schoo: systems in Canada. Come and be a part of this new exciting town in the heart o! the Athabasca Oil Sands. The new schools, young teachers, co-operative trustees, and friendly people make Fort McMurray an ideal place to teach. We will help you find accommodation. Apply in writing including references, latest Superintendent's reports, student teaching reports and other pertinent information to. Mr. Jerry L. Sacher Superintendent of Schools Fort McMurray School District No. 2833 P.O. Box 810 Fort McMurray, Alberta TOA 1KO C1861-14 72 LICENSED KINDERGARTENS NURSERIES Cuddle Bunny Day Nursery Children two to six years Phone 328 2835. C9062-H 73 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES H R BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE H R BLOCK JOB INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE FOR BEST STUDENTS Thousands are earning good income in the growing field of income tax preparation. Now. H R Block Canada's largest income tax service will teach you to prepare income tax returns in a special week tuition course. Classes conveniently scheduled to accomodate working students and housewives. Curriculum includes practice problems, topped by ex- perienced Block instructors. Enrolment is open to men and women of all ages. No previous train- ing or experience is required For complete details, call: H R BLOCK 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH PHONE 329-3632 C1250-S20 75 MUSIC TEACHERS 3rivate instruction in piano and theory. J.C.'s Piano Studio. 1217 13th St. North. 329-3225, 329-4410.9073-tf Violin lessons. O. B. Bentsen. 632 21st. St. South. Phone 327-6956. 752-30S Violin lessons Phone Mrs. Laturnus. 345-3962. after p.m. 754-13 Piano Lessons ASK ABOUT RENTALS Berti School Of Music 2646 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE PHONE 327-0115 C1831-tf Beginner's Piano Lessons. Phone Cherylanne Scherer. 329-3046. 1614-14 76 SEWING SERVICES rofessional sewing tormals. dress making, alterations Phone 328- 0702 984-if crochet work shawls, short capes, etc Phone 327-4933 1180-16 Professional sewing done in home. Formats, dressmaking, alterations. Phone 327-0835. 1543-13 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY VersaHe bass player by local band Phone 329-3461 1595-13 Tom McNicol Plays country and western music eight F'idav and Saturday at Savov Hotei. Champion 1595-14 mOSTANOFOUND Lost female Keeshond and s-even old fenale Puopy Lona silver gray wrvin and b'ac1'- hair "cy'ed while lail Generoys '-cwarfl 328-5936 o- 328-2071 1J76-14 Fnund Lrs) m vic'nily of Wall Small tiearmq 3'de JDT r-elirn Pleas" onone 323-4343 "597- 15 not lono'v Join Servirc Va 'Ma'cN Cr> C'snb'oov BC FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION. CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P 0 BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA SHIRLEY 327-6292; JEAN 327-8340 1686-tfh Lady, new in Lethbridge likes to play bridge, need a fourth call me Phone 327-1963. 1620-14 THE PEN MATE CLUB ft- wgy 'o Va- -iq Sf "'Ou'ry Vr, 5 C3r Or> you' Pl-lurr, Can f r day 6 rn y ry V t-t 'i r) V D N C' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. uhone 327-8049 or 328-3246. alter 7 30 p m 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Accounting, Payroll and associated services FOR SMALL BUSINESS PHONE 327-8853 C1862-14 Maytag Sales and Service. Services on all makes of washers and dryers automatic or conventional LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES 905 3RD AVE S Phone 327- 4456. .07760-11 Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber stamps, coroorate seals, daters. etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave S. PHONE 326-J1 14. C6924-1I Kirby Vacuum Sales and Service, !283 3rd Ave. S. Free home demonstration, phone 328- 8962. C7944-H CHINOOK SERVICES Big or small We do it all. Good service at fair prices. No job too small. Phone Dennis. 327-9218. 1732-19 84 GARDENING Good top soil 00 per yard. Phone 327-3181, ask for Boyd. C1546-14 McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates. Pruning, trimming and felling Call 328-2094. 327- 1323 7030-tf Good manure 7.000 Ibs. S12 delivered. Phone 327-2207. C1297-tf Lawn aerating and garden rototilling, cutting lawns. Mike Bobak phone 327-1777. 1499-tf WILL PUT IN NEW LAWNS, READY FOR WATERING. PHONE 328- 3105. C9661-M COME AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF NURSERY STOCK. Shade trees Ornamentals Fruit trees Perennials LACOMBE NURSERIES 5 Ml. EAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON HIGHWAY NO 3 345-4633 C8137-tf SALES AND MOVING OF MATURE TREES. SPRUCE TREE FARMS LTD. PHONE 328-5806. C7914-H TOP SOIL Any quantity. Also fill dirt. Phone328- 7692. 1402-tf Fall cleanup flower beds, rototilling, aerating, landscaping. 328-1513; collect. 732-4873. Picture Butte. 9075-tf 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Friers and roasters for sale Bagged and frozen. Gov't inspected. Money back guarantee. Custom killing. Available end of September. Phone 328-6963. 1192-19 Fresh eggs for sale. Half mile south, one mile west and half mile south of Shaughnessy. Phone 327-9538. 1544-14 Used chicken egg layer cages. Galvanized steel. Automatic waterer. Rollaway eggs. All size cages. Reasonably priced. Phone 234-3766 or 234-3786. Fort Macleod. 9076-tf Fryers Free delivery. Also Custom processing. Closed from Sept. 16th :o 20th inclusive. H. Dyck Coaldale 345-3224. C1894-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Four month old female St. Bernard pup. Phone 1-534-2362. Arrowwood. 1354-14 3lue Heeler pups for sale. Phone 642-2133. Warner. 1035-14 )koonawa Kennels Individual ndoor-outdoor heated solid block uns See yellow pages. 23-tf Boa -ding for dogs and cats, ndividus! runs and attention. Southalta Kennels. 223-4130.C752-tf Hunting dogs, purebred English pointers Two months S150. 28B- 1548 Leroy Box 30. site 16. R R. 4. Calgary 1032-16 Registered American Eskimo Pups. -'ure white. 327-9325. 1433-14 :or sale Purebred male and emale chihuahuas. 7'-i inches high. Write Box 12. Claresholm or phone 327-6122 or 327-9539. Saturdays or undays only. 1484-17 :our year old purebred Dalmatian for sale or trade for smaller purebred dog. Phone 327-5575. 1435-13 Hunters' It ;s duck season We have 'oiler oups ready to go to work for Phone G. AdtSy. 223-8363. nnc Poodle and Pet Cooping Service For acoo inlmen! phone I2B-3763 1186-tfh o De given away Two malt ittetis six old. female .lien o announced ister Oniy those firms Visit invited to the 'ino and 'o submrt torxJers 1cr ins cificalions and fl'all lender documents including Certificates of Inspection. may be obtained The Contracts Parits Canada of Indian Affairs and UcrTihcTri Development 134 nth Avenue Calpstv AibtrrJa T2G QX5 L H Direc'c.' Region, pgri-s Canada S46 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATH JOHNSTON Passed away on Monday, Sept. Mrs. Vivian Theresa Johnston (nee Born March 17, 1926 at Burdett, Alberta, she attended school at Burdett and Bow Island. In 1945 she went to Grand Prairie where she worked as a secretary for the Dept. of Agriculture. She married Willis Johnston in 1947 and resided in Bezanson until her passing. She is survived by her husband Willis; one daughter, Wanda (Mrs. Thomas Zenner) and one Darren, all of Bezanson; her mother, Mrs. Ellen Nelson, Burdett; three sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Qually. Mrs. Evelyn Hunt, both of Lethbridge; Mrs. Violet Nelson, Whitehorse. Y.T. Also five brothers, Morris Nelson, Vern Merle Nelson of Burdett; Walter Nelson of Bow Island; and Norman Nelson of Hoadley, Alberta. Funeral services were held Sept. 5 in Trinity- Lutheran Church, Grande Prairie, with interment at GLEN LESLIE CEMETERY, Bezanson. 1737 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate of Louis Bikman, otherwise known as Louie Bikman. late of the City of Lethbridge. in the Province of Alberta. Retired Farmer, who died on the 7th day of August. AD 1974. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by the 4th day of October, 1974, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. GILL COOK Solicitors for the Executor P.O. Box 2468 No. 1700, 444 5th Avenue S. W. Calgary. Alberta T2P 2T8 S25 SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Tuesday. September 24. 1974. for the construction of the following work: Highway 18 Westlock to Clyde Corner Mile 23.81 to Mite 30.95 Grading. Soil-Cement Base Course Other Work Approximate Quantities: 295.000 Cubic Yards Excavation Tons Soil-Cement Mixture 37.000 Tons Base Course Material 953.000 Ton Miles Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building. Edmonton. Alberta, the office of the District Engineer, 4020 Bowness Road. N.W.. Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer. Administration Building. Lethbridge. Alberta, and will be available to individuals operating in the Province of Alberta or to partnerships or corporations registered in the Province of Alberta. A Deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders wili be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V. E. McCune. Deputy Minister of Highways Transport. S47 NOTICE TO TENDERERS DISTRICT OF SPARWOOD B.C. SPORTS COMPLEX ADDITIONS AND RENOVATIONS Sealed tenders for the construction of a new curling arena and addition of new dressing rooms, bleachers, snow-melting area, equipment storage, and kitchen to the Sparwood Recreation Centre Jor the District of Sparwood. B.C.. and addressed to he Municipal Clerk, will be received up to 2 P.M.. M.D.S.T. September 27, 1974. Copies of the Drawings and Specifications will be available September 55. 1974. at the offices of he Consulting Engineers. Underwood McLeilan 8 Associates Limited. 2540 Kensington Road N.W.. ;algary. Aiberta. Underwood dcLeilan Associates Limited. 401 mayor Magrath Dnve. Lethbridge, and the Town OWice in inwood. and may be obtained upon a deposit of SSO 00 m cheque payable fo the Engineers "endffrs roust be accompanied by a cheque or by bid bond m the mount o' 10% 01 toiai ten jrice. payable to the District 'enderers are also required So supply Consent of Surety iorm in an icwni epual 1o fitJy pet cent I the 'oonttacl sum. lie Owner reserves Jhe r ighl so wa we ny or all informalities in, or So II lenders, err to aooepl Ifoe med most favourable ntoesls o1 Ihe Owner Municipal B C S37 COUNTY OF LETHBRiDGE NO. 26 INVITES TENDERS Purchase and remrrval o1 vstarfl two bedroom upprwnfialfly 2fi' x ao Peaflymade sehool grounds' Buildinp 'o be moved present (pcalicm and srte to be let) in and iidy net later lhan November ISlti. 1974 To buplflino phone 'or aopomlrrwril Offers io be submitted lo the OooMy ol Office in seated envelopes marked 'Tender" net later Itian 5-00 pm Monday Swiember 16th 1974 ST any -gnder not necessarily scoeiplnd C iWIrs Asf.isW'1 County Manager Coyrly f' L-dhbricJge Wo" 26 214 13th Street South A 304 DEATHS PEARSON Wednesday, September 11, 1974, Stanley Pearson, aged 90 years, a long time resident of Pincher Creek. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Gwenith B. Sloman, Rossland, B.C., and a son. Stanley G. B. Pearson, Calgary: eight grandchildren .and two great grandchildren. Services at Pincher Creek United Church, Pincher Creek, Alberta, Saturday at p.m.. Rev. J. Henning of- ficiating. Interment, Fairview Cemetery, Pincher Creek, EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME, in charge. C1913 McFARLAND Passed away in Nelson, B.C. on Thur- sday. September 12. 1974, Mr. Ernest Roderick McFarland at the age of 70 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Margaret McFarland of Nelson, B.C. Besides his lov- ing wife he is survived by one son. Mr. Peter McFarland of Saskatoon, Sask.; one daughter, Miss Patricia McFarland of Toronto, Ont.; one brother, Mr. Fredrick J. McFarland of Vancouver, B.C. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Mon- day, September 16, 1974, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Dave Rogers of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C1911 DEWAR Passed away in the city on Thursday. September 12, 1974, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Agnes (Greenhill) Dewar at the age of 78 years, beloved wife of Mr. William Morris Dewar of 1819 4th Ave. N. Born and raised in Scotland, the late Mrs. Dewar came to Canada in 1923 to Lethbridge where she had resided until her passing. She was a member of the Old Age Pensioners. Besides her loving husband she is survived by one son, Mr. John Dewar of Lethbridge: two granddaughters; one great grandson; three sisters in Detroit, Michigan; one sister and two brothers in Scotland. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, September 14, 1974, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Ken Jordan of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C1912 IN MEMORIAMS FORISH In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, John Forish. who passed away September 13, 1974. No perfect day without you. remembered by daughter Ann. Gordon and children. 1705 BATTY In loving memory of my mother, Helen Bally, who passed away September 13. 1973. To know her was to love her Both for family and friend And the sweetness of her memory Will neither dim nor end. missed by her daughter Eileen. 1665 FORISH In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather. John, who pass- ed away September 13. 1969. Memories are like leaves of gold. They never tarnish or grow old. remembered by daughter Margaret Bob and Debbie. 1706 CROW In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather. Raymond Crow. of Barons, who passed away September 13, 3972. A leaf in the book of treasured memories. Is gently turned today. And while he Jies in peaceful sleep. His memory we shall always keep. remembered by Mary, Bob. Trudy and Randy. ifififi IN MEMORIAM SERA In loving memory of a dear father and grand- father, Frank Sera, who pass- ed away September 11, 1963. Some things in life you can- not buy, A gift that is rare and true, Is the gift of a wonderful father, Like the one we had in you. remembered and sadly missed by daughter Jean, Lome and family. 1664 CARDS OF THANKS STACEY Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stacey wish to thank their friends who attended their 60th anniversary Tea and for the lovely cards and beautiful flowers received. Special thanks to our family and the Ladies of McKillop United Church for all their kindness. 1703 PEASE, Roy Laverne We wish to express our deepest appreciation to all our friends and relatives for the beautiful floral tributes, cards, food and words of sympathy expressed during our recent bereavement. A special thanks to Rev. Masson, the pallbearers, and Martin Bros. Pease family 1733 SHIRLEY We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to all those friends and relatives who showed their kindness to us at the time of the passing of our dear husband, dad and brother. To those who sent flowers, cards, donations to the Heart Fund and the many well prepared foods we are truly grateful. These many ex- pressions are a comfort to us and your thoughfulness will be forever remembered and appreciated. May we also say "Thank You" for the sym- pathy expressed by business firms and by the many indivi- duals we meet in the course of our days work. Cub mothers as usual were wonderful and "prepared." We do especially thank those who were so very kind to Bill on this and previous illnesses: The doctors and nursing staff of Municipal Hosital. Jane, Linda, Diane, Mae. Edna and families. 1704 'U.S. firms pocketed overpayments' WASHINGTON (AP) Five department store groups have been accused by the Federal Trade Commission of pocketing million which charge-account customers in the United States overpaid on their bills. Five corporations doing business under nine names were accused by the commis- sion of retaining funds which customers overpaid by error or misunderstanding. The firms, officials said, no- tify the customer of the positive balance in an account but eventually, afler one to 11 months, if the money is not used it reverts to the store. The agency said it will give the stores an opportunity ti negotiate settlement of the complaint before hearings are held. It suggested the stores pay back the money and in the future refund any over- payments automatically after Ihrce months. The corporations named in- rludc (iinibeS Brothers, Gen- csco. Inc.. Carter Hawley Hale Los Angeles. Associated Dry Goods Corp. 'New York. Rapid American Corp of New York. The action was triggered by a complaint six months ago an elderly FJorida woman, whom they declined RAPPED AT HOME GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. President Ford's hometown newspaper in an fdiJorial Thursday IhaJ Ford's pardon of former preside-ill Nixon was "ill- advised." The Grand Rapids Press said the pardon was "an all too iamiiiar story. It was ye! another indication that public 1hnse losing one's job as the ultimate pen- alty- for violating a public ;