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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALC 58 MALE HELP Wednesday, September 16, 19 67 SERVICES AND HOLLYWOOD (AP) ference Monday he will make a film version of his Broadway success, Child's Play, for Para mount. Child's Play, winner of five Tony stage performance last week, surpassing My Fair Lady. SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -The son of actor Ray Milland has been charged with possession of heroin. Police said Daniel David Mil-land, 30, was charged after officers found four bags of a substance identified as the narcotic in his motel APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FC the position of ASSISTANT SECKE ARY TREASURER lor Hie Town RocKy Mountain Mouse. Experience TAPING, SPRAYIN cefllnqs. Excellent workmonsh R Phone 328-7362. T- K p. 5 J V, 5 9 Funera 16, f) Q j; Jhavim. fHeinonamJ MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. will be tjtven preference. Salary commensurate with experlen and qualifications. Applications In writing may be sent t HUGH PEARCE SECRETARY TREASURER BOX 908 ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Alber automatic or convention A so all small appliances, lawn J 1; producer David Merrick whose hits have cleared more than million profit and include the longest-running New York nt u s i c a 1 ever, Hello, Dolly! is taking his first plunge into movie production. Merrick, 48, told a news too large or too small. LET BRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Av a: 5. Phone 327MS6. i. HOPP Passed away in th t city on Monday, September e 1970, following a lengthy ill r ness, Natalie, at Uie age of 8 years, a long-time resident o 0 this city and beloved wife o the late Mr. Carl Hopp. The fu neral service will be held or Thursday at 2 p.m. at "Mem orial Chapel" 703 13 Stree 9 North, with Pastor E. R Moody officiating. Intermen will follow in the family plot ir t Archmount Memorial Gardens Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors o B Funeral Service. C21C J GNAiU Monday, Septem f ber 14, 1970, Mrs. Molly Gnam 1 aged 60 years, beloved wife o Henry Gnam of 540 5th Ave S.W., Medicine Hat, dear nioth-- er, of Mrs. Paul (Pearl) Shew-' chuk and Mrs. J. (Dorothy Phoebe) Beattie, both of Lethbridge; Mrs. R. L. (Florence) Twist of Boulder, Colorado; Bill and Garry of Calgary. Also surviving are four sisters, Mrs. Tillie Koenig of Calgary, Mrs. Dorothy Heck of Regina, Sask., Miss Theresa S'ceiert ol Edmonton and Mrs. Irma Harke of Evansburg, Alta. also 12 grandchildren. Mrs. Gnam was predeceased by a son Robert, in July 1969. Born in Bismark, Nortll Dakota in 1910 and came to Canada MEMORIAMS BEBEK 111 loving mem ory of a husband, father am grandfather, George, who pass 1 ed away September 16, 1369. f Two tired eyes are resting E Two willing hands are still, The one who always workec i so hard Is resting at God's will. and sadly missed by his wife Julia, children Nick Mike, Mandoline, Andra Millie and their families. 7284 WOJTOWICZ In memory of a dear father and grandfather, Walter, who passec away on September 16, 1989, and of a dear mother and grandmother, Maria, who passed away April 11, 1969. The golden gates stood open, One year ago, With farewells left unspoken You were suddenly called away. It broke our hearts to lose you, For part of us went with you When God called you both home. Silent tears still flow, And what it meant to lose you No one will ever know. For life is not the same to us, Since you were called auay Wojtowicz family. 7281 TARNAVA In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, Valentine, who passed away September 16, 1951. You can only have one father patient, kind and true. No other friend in all the world, will be so true to you. No one knows our longing as we write these simple lines, For our father's love and friendship, that are no longer ours. You shared our hopes, our joys, our fears, God bless you, dad. for those precious years. Lovingly remembered by daughters, Mary, Margaret and Sophie, grandchildren and families. performance Tuesday. Hello, Dolly! player! its WELL ROTTED MANURE AND GOO lop soil lor sale. 328-32Q9. 59 MALE -FEMALE HELP ROTOTILLING. PHON 328-7309. GRAHAM Mr. and Mr Douglas Graham (nee M( Toast Adi WINNIPEG (CP) Manito bans in the 18-to-20 age bracke toasted their newly-g a i n e adult stains Tuesday with an all-out assault on the pubs. A new age of majority act lowering to 18 from 21 the age at which Manitobans can sign contracts, make wilk or enter licensed drinking establishments, came into effect at midnight Monday. The first full day since the lowering of the age was Tuesday, and Winnipeg-area hotel managers estimate that about 90 per cent of their lit Status patrons were in the l8-to-20 age group. "It was sait Maryland Hotel assistant manager Ed Watson. "They pourec in and they poured out. We were considering building a bookshelf and bicycle stand because many of them came straight from school." The biggest line-ups occurred at p.m., when the beverage rooms reopened after their supper-hour closing. John Wolfe, assistant manager of the Plaza Motor Inn, said his 184-seat rcom was filled within two minutes of renuening. "It was the fastest I've seen any beverage room filled." All city hotels hired e x t a staff to check identification, and most hotels would accept only a birth certificate, back-ed-up with an additional piece of identification. Only one hot.el renorted any disturbances by the young drinkers, but even in the skirmish there was no damage done and the police were not called. Mike Lamerree, manager of the Montcalm Motor Hotel in suburban Fort Garry, found Ihe new adult drinking set easier to get along with than their elders. "It's another generation. It's been brought up in a different atmosphere an intellectual one." Another hotel manager TRIMMED, ODD JOBS Williams) ot Calgary, announc f the birth of a daughter, STEWARD OR STEWARDESS WAN! ed October 1st, 1970. Apply Vau-xha Branch No. 193 of Royal Onad 1 a Legion, Vauxhall. Phone 45J-23BB. YORK (AP) The Metropolitan Opera has opened its 86th season with Verdi's Er-nani. The singing was magnificent. Martina Arroyo of Wew York as Elvira, Carlo Bergonzi of Italy as Ernani, Sherrill Milnes of Illinois as Carlo and Ruggero Rairnondi of Italy as Silva all sounded in the prime of their vocal careers. Conductor Thomas Sehippers kept Monday night's opera moving at a brisk JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UF n Phone 327-739B or 327-2430. C9 Louise, born September 8, 1ST FOR SALE AR1ENS SIX FIVE OPENINGS TWO MALE three female, servicing Fuller cu fomers In established areas. Earn no from S200-S850 per month. Phono 32 1141. 6782. FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR GEOH CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC 2 PHONE 328-2094. ROBERTSON Peter of RECREATION DIRECTOR A RECREATION DIRECTOR Is (or the town of Banff whose dutle will he to manage the Recreat o Centre and co-ordinate the recreations tacllities of the town. Salary negotiable Apply to: Mr. E. A. Srniln, Secretary-Treasurer, Banff School District No. 102, Banff, Alberta. Garden tractors roller-hedge Trimmer fertilizer spreader-lawn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAIN LTD., 816 3rd Ave. S., Phone 327-55JC d passed away in the city on Sun day, September 13th, 1970, a i the age of 85 years. PARSON'S HARDWARE 1 Phone 337-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOT1LLERS, POWER RAKE CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. Chapel on Thurs day, September 17th at p.m., with Rev. E. R. Mood officiating. Interment will ba ij the Vulcan Cemetery. LAUDERDALE, I (AP) A slim Jackie Glea and his bride Beverly Kittrick arrived from son Mc-and lay and ted lay an-ras kie et-he the id, ng ins a be-Bie en am POULTRY AND Directors of Funeral Ser vice. C20 TOTH Louis of 409 A 5 St S., passed away in the city or Monday, September 14th, 1970 at the age of 70 years. Funera services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Thurs day, September 17th at p.m., with Rev. L. D. Hankin son officiating. Interment wil be in the Archmount Memoria Gardens. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C208 PISKO Passed away suddenly Wednesday, September 2, 1970, Joseph Andrew Pisko of 712 Edgar Ave., Coquitlam, B.C., at the age of 43 years He is survived by his loving wife Doris; one son Michae] and one daughter Kelly both at home; his mother Mrs. Mary Pisko of Lethbridge; four brothers and one sister. Funeral service was held Friday, September 4th at 4 p.m. in the Little Chapel of the Flowers (Forest Rev. Harry Parker officiating. Interment followed in Forest Lawn Cemetery. 73 SYRYCA Martha (Mich of Coleman, beloved wi of Zygmunt Syryca, passec away in the Crowsnest Pa Hospital on Monday, Septem ber 14, 1970, age 53 years. S was b o r n in Missburg, Ge many February 22, 1917 ant came to Canada in 1950 Lethbridge and Coaldale and Coleman in 1951, where she h resided since. She married h husband Zygmunt in German August 1948. She was pred ceased by sons, Kurt in 196 and Godel in 1969, both in Coleman and her father in Germany. Survivors include her husband Zygmunt, one son Benny and a daughter Beate, all in Coleman; her mother, a sister and two brothers, all Germany. Funeral services w: be conducted from Fantin's Coleman Chapel at a.m. Friday, September 18, with Rev. Bob Smith officiating. Interment will follow in the Coleman Union Cemetery in the !amily plot. Fanttn Chapels Ltd., is in charge. ROASTING CHICKENS, j ready. 36c per Ib. Friers Fresh killed, pan ready. 37c a ifa. on doze lots. Free delivery, custom killing Hellmuth Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 3-15 3224. a cruise liner Mon and were met by a Dixiel band. The vacation in Europe las six months and the winter n be just as leisurely, at an nual salary. Gleason's show on CBS v not renewed nor has Jac reached agreement with the r vork on a series of specials vas to do this season. "I've had offers from other Gleason 'sa 'but I can't accept anyth. else." "My contract with CBS n our more years at year." Gleason, who weighed 270 ore starting a diet in pring, was down to 207 wl le stepped on to the pier fr tie liner 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL SPOT No retakes, please. Actress Candice Bergen nibs a sore spot aficr falling from a horse while filming a movie in NURSES NEEDED! TOOLFJ COUNTY HOSPITAL Shelby, Montana 59474 PETS AND SIAMESE KITTENS FOR sale. Phone 327-1101. SALE TWO CHIHUAHUA puppies; three purebred Siamese kit tens two Sealpoint, one Bluepoinf 327-1076. SHETLAND SHEEP dog (miniature Collie) pups. Born Augi'St 9th. Champion sired. S75 and up. Write P. Butterfield, Box 82, Monarch. 61 TEACHER5 THE LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 Invites certified teachers who would be interested In substitute teaching during the 1970-71 school year, to apply by phone to (Mrs.) Betty Chollack fit 327-4521, between a.m. and P-m. CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE adorable pets and would like to find a new home. 1213 3rd Ave. A S. Call 328-3J33, after 5 p.m. and was married to Henry Gnam in 1928. They farmed n the Seven Persons area and n 1944 moved to Orion, then Bow Island and later Coaldale, residing in Medicine Hat since 1958. Pastor W. Rees will conduct the funeral service in Memorial United Churdi, Medicine Hat on Thursday afternoon at o'clock. Interment in Hillside Cemetery. Arrangements by the Pattison Funeral Home. TERRIERS Champion sired. Registered. Pe show, breeding stock. Ncralta Ken-ntls. 11432-42 Avenue, Edmonton. !n-qu ries Welcome. SMALL CHIHUAHUA-TYPE puppies. Males female Phnne 328-7620. Yesterday By HIE CANADIAN PRESS Santa Monica, Calif. Rudolf Carnap, 79, one of tile most in-luential philosophers of the 20th century. Dorothy Nurenber-er, 53, founder and associate ditor of the weekly Canadian ewish News; after a long 62 EDUCATIONAL BOSTON BULL TERRIERS. One female; one male. Phone 653-309 or 653-3162. FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. Canada's leading school. National College, 424 fith Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alia. Phons BUSINESS and appeared to come mainly for the entertainment available in beverage rooms. "I'll give it two weeks H R BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE Thousands are earning good money In the growing field of professional Income tax service. Now H R Block Canada's Largest Incoma Tax Service Will CHIEF CALF Funeral service for Frank Chief Calf, Jr., beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chief Call' who died at Cardston Friday, Sept. ]1, 1970, at the age of 14 months, was held in the St. Catherine Roman Catholic Church at Standoff Tuesday Sept. 15, at 10 a.m. with Father DuHaime as celebrant. Pallbearers were Tom Chief Calf, David Yellow Feet, Don Joe Cotton and Bon Cotton. Interment was in the Standoff Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. WYMAN Funeral service for Mrs. Alberta Bernice Wyman and Geoffrey Lionel Wyman, Picture Butte couple who died suddenly Saturday, Sept. 12, 1970, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Southminster [Jnited Church1 with Rev. John Houles officiating. Pallbearers "or Mr. Wyman were Brian jflwery, Keith Alexander, Boyd and Gary Wyman and Duane and Robert Oliver. Pallbearers or Mrs. Wyman Harry Lindholm, Reg and Ben Thies-sen, Arthur Fazio, Albert Jolitz and Emil Reiter. Interment was in the family plot at Archmount Memorial Gardens, (lartin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the SHORT ORDER SERVICE tor 'sale. Write Box 66, Herald. SALE COMPLETE PETROLEUM DRY CLEANING PLANT CONSISTING OF WASHER, EXTRACTOR, STILL AND TUMBLER. MUST BE MOVED, BUT CAN BE SEEN OPERATING FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. MACHINES IN GOOD CONDITION AND CHEAP FOR CASH. ALSO 10 H.P. VERTICAL BOILER. CONTACT TED THAELL AT 234-3212 OR 234-3450, EVENINGS, FORT MACLEOD. said. "Then we'll revert jack to our old B special 12 week tuition course, Classes conveniently scheduled to accommodate working students and housewives. Curriculum includes pract ce problems, supervised by experienced Block Instructors. Enrolment Is open to all ages. No previous training or experience required. For complets details, call: Roy H R BLOCK 815 THIRD AVENUE Lewy Speci Days 4 >v B. t Home Care als -Three of Savings Sale lasts Thursday, Friday ond Saturday you Have three exciting days to visit our Furniture Department, Second Floor and choose tho Lewyt you need most. While you're there, seo Mr. Dale Bloedel, Lewyt representative, demonstrate the cleaning capabilities of trit Lewyt home care line. Deluxe Rug Shampooer Floor Polisher With two-speed motor. Fin- Model 67703 Ished in avocado. Has 120-oz. built-in dispenser with pre- OrCLlAL foaming plunger. Includes one __ pair each of shampooing brushes, rug cleaning unit, vanishing >WI foam shampoo .Three year guarantee, (at A) Lewyt Sweeper Vacuum With total vacuum power; finished in harvest gold and Model ivory. 2-speed Shetland motor, SPECIAL power dial, mid-grip handle, 3- AC piece accessory tool kit for dbove-the-floor cleaning. One year guarantee, (not shown) Shetland-Lewyt Custom Vacuum Canister type in chromo with aqua accents. Power dial, "Fast-back" automatic cord rewind, foot pedal on-off switch. Includ- Model 2801 ed: Fuller Brush dusting too A i deluxe rug and floor nozzle, SPECIAL drapery tool with brush, crevice AB tool. Tool caddy. Five-year guar- anlee on long-life hose; m year guarantee on cleaner, (at Vacuums, Second Floor No down payment; pay monthly on your Eaton Budget Charge. Shop Eaton's Thursday and j Friday From 9 'Til 9. Buy Line 328-8811. OIL ws havs an opportunity top an aggressive man to lease a two-bay ser-v station In Lelhbrldge. This man should be a licenced median c with previous service station management experience. This excellent location requires only a small Investment. The rent is low to assist the right man. Please HUSKY OIL LTD. D. J. Koopman 2510 16th Ave. S. 327-6100, Lethbridge 63 MUSIC PRIVATE TUITION ON GUITAR. Fred Phone 327-SB97. VIOLIN STUDENTS PREPARED FOR Associate, Licentiate, Fellowship examinations. J. Navara, 327-8893. EXPERIENCED MUSIC TEACHER requires students. Phone 327-1208 or call at 635 I2th St. C N. ATTENTION PIANO STUDENTS! Private piano lessons given In Coal-dale. Week days and some evenings starting In October. Qualified 'experienced teacher studied in Winnipeg under concert pianists. Write or phone Box Coaldaie, Alberta; 345-3335 or 345-3455. MUSIC LESSONS Conservatory of tethbridgo Prop. Vince Ditrich BRASS REEDS PERCUSSION ELECTRIC BASS GUITAR 9 PIANO INDIVIDUAL OR CLASS LESSONS HOURLY OR MONTHLY RATES PHONE 327-17JU LOANS AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331. The widest facility available, ofe consider ALL TYPES of mortgage loam INVITED Sealed Tenders will be received by Ihe Town of Blalrmore lor (he Supply of he following vehicles, bids to be mad separately on each unit. Vt ton Basic V-3 (300 cu. in. WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS epalred, odd lobs. Phone 327-6834. Funeral services ;ere held recently in Fernie or Nestor (Nick) Osipow, a esident of the Elk Valley clis-rict for many years, who died n Fernie Memorial Hospital fter a short illness. He was >orn in 1894 in Austria and ame to Canada in 1914. He vorked in the coal mines at tliehel and later operated a arm in Elk Valley. He was an rdent fisherman. The 64 SEWING Inch six ply tires with winter qrlps in rear long wheel base DRIVES AND WALKS. RE-modelling, and rumpus rooms. Phone M5-J6B1 DRESSMAKING, ALTERATIONS flnd Ironing done. Phone 323-6911 7042-17 three speed six cylinder cus-om cab style side box, Two ton Basic V-8 truck new FENCE BUILDING nd driveways. Free estimates. Phone 27-M17. 65 LOST AND end 173 Inch wheel base iua 700x20 Inch wheels 10 LOST SIX MONTH OLD GERMAN i Shepherd pup, male, rabies laq. Pick- r up in vicinity pf nth St. N. 'Pick up two kids -that go with the dog. Phone m-mi. 7065-17 RAVEN 1329 9th St. N. 'lichen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re-nodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. with .winter grips power tafee-j f. Trade-in 1965 two ton Fore 00 chassis arid cab take-ff six cylinder single speet ear end dual wheels four speec ransmission. Marked tenders to be sent to the Municipal Secretary, of Blalr-nore, P.O. Box 600, Slairmore, STEINER CEMENT WORK, Id basements dug, water proofing. Inured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. WOULD THE PERSON WHO PICK- 5 6d up a navy blue ski jacket From the Exhibition Pavilion Saturday Btlernowi, by mistake kindly phone t, 315-4130. 7214-17 SCREEN AND 21, 1970. held from Fernie Funeral ome with Rev. R. Bray of hrist Church officiating. Pall-earers were George Hudock, ce Joss and Harry Tjaden of atal, Nick Jacob, Larry avilow and John Wallace of JONES ROOFING; 32S-57JS. TO TENDERS EASTERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT Seated Tenders for the construction f" Spillway E and Secondary 22 Check tructure replacements, located in oct. 35, Twp. 22, Rge. 17, W4M nnd ect. 35, Twp. n, Rqe. 16, W4M res-ccfjvely, for the Eastern Irrigalion Istrict wil be received at the office the Easlern Irrigation District up to 2 nonn M.S.T., October 6, 1970. Spillway E consists of two concrete nd CMP structures, and four 5-foof ide concrete drop structures, all of a cfs capacity. The drop heights vary om 7.0-fect to 15.5-feet. Secondary 22 check consists of a 17-et by 25-feet check structure with 6-et to 7-fee! hiyh walls and piers. Copies of Drawings and Specifications ay ba obtained through the Calgary ffice of the Consulting Engineers and e office of Ihe Eastern Irrigation stric on or after September 17, 70, upon a deposit of S2S.OO in cheque, ada payable to the Engineers. Tenders must be accompanied by a ert fied Cheque or Bid Bond in the mount of 10'" of the total tender ice payable to the Eastern Irriga-on D strict. Tenderers ore also required to supply onsenf cf Surety Form in on amount ual to fifty percent of the ntract sum. The owner reserves the rlqht to l ve informalities in or reject any