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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 68 DOMESTIC Babysitter to come in week days. South side. Phone 328-5894.9975-18 Mature babysitter Value Village area. Phone after 5pm 328- 7162.____________________' 30-19 Babysitter wanted Your home. 21st Ave., 20th St. S. Phone 328-5076 ___________9974-17 Required immediately babysitter to come in or live in. Approximate hrs. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 328-3860.9143-tf Mature person to do light housework and be companion to nine year girl two nights a week. Write P.O. Box 764, Lethbridge. C1958-18 Housekeeper Wanted For father and two children (ages tour and six Melvin Esser, Box388, Golden, B.C. 344-6571. 9773-26 Required Competent and thorough housekeeper. One day a week Phone 327-6725, after 5 p.m. 31-19 Executive and 15 year old son require reliable full time homemaker five days per week. Freedom for right person. Salary open. 329-3460, after 7 p.m. 32-22 Babysitter, vicinity 20th Street and 14th Ave. So. For regular evenings and occasional daytime. 328- 6502. 46-19 69 FARM Help wanted for farm feedlot operation. Two openings available. Experience and references required. Modern house and utilities supplied. 653-2049, Cardston. 9701-18 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL NURSING INSTRUCTORS 10 month positions available in Maternal-Child Health Sc. in nursing required related experience available November 1973 August 11974 directly to: Dr. L. L Lewchuk Director School of Nursing UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA HOSPITAL 112 St. 84 Ave. Edmonton. Alberta T6G 287 C1987-19 MATERNAL -CHILD HEALTH -OBSTETRICS Nursing Instructor required in nursing required related experience directly to: Dr. L. L. Lewchuk Director School of Nursing University of Alberta Hospital 112 St. and 84th Ave. Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2B7 C2035-22 72 LICENSED KINDERGARTENS. NURSERIES___________________ Kradle Koop Day Care Centre. Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby 2509. C4658-tf 73 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE JOB ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE FOR BEST STUDENTS Thousands are earning good money in the growing field of income tax preparation. NOW. H AND R BLOCK CANADA'S LARGEST INCOME TAX SERVICE WILL TEACH YOU TO PREPARE INCOME TAX RETURNS IN A SPECIAL 13''i WEEK TUITION COURSE. CLASSES CONVENIENT- LY SCHEDULED TO ACCOMMO- DATE WORKING STUDENTS AND HOUSEWIVES. CURRICULUM IN- CLUDES PRACTICE PROBLEMS, TAUGHT BY EXPERIENCED BLOCK INSTRUCTORS. Enrolment is open to men an3 women of all ages. No previous train- ing or experience required. For complete details, call: Roy A. Aldous 815-Third Ave. So. PHONE 327-3712 EVENINGS PHONE 327-8126 C1730-29S 79 PERSONAL 75 MUSIC TEACHERS Music lessons band instruments. V. Ditrich. 327-1790. 9433-22 Violin lessons. O. B. Bentsen, A N C M.. 632 21st St. S. Phone 327- 6956 8082-tf Piano, organ, guitar and accordion lessons. Berti School of Music, 2646 South Parkside Drive. Phone 327- 0115. C1063-U Guitar lessons for beginners by school teacher. Saturdays. S2 per hour Phone 329-4493. after 6 p.m. 9639-17 Lessons piano, organ, theory. Students prepared for exams. Dennis Whiteley. A. Mus. T.C.L. A.R.C.O. Registered music teacher. 4th Avenue South. Phone 329-3250. 7874-273 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT Rhythm guitar player for well es- tablished country and western band.- Phone 328-1494. after 6 p.m. 33-22 DANCE BAND FOR ALL OCCASIONS VINCE DITRICH. 327- 1790. 8469-22S EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS ._ WEDDINGS. ETC. PHONE 328- 2867. C4951j.lt Enjoy variety dance music, and vocal entertainment by the K's. Now book- ing for Christmas parties, wedding dances and concerts. For bookings phone Kent Bond. Fort Macleod. 234-2151. 9599-tl 79 PERSONAL EXERCISE FOR HEALTH AND WEIGHT CONTROL. PHONE 327- 2151 A.M.-8 P.M. 8831-27S "ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem, phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after p.m. Dance classes in ballroom, character and jazz for students ages 10 and up. For information registration phone1 329-0955, between 1-10 p.m. 9910-27 Lonely? Join our Fun and Friends Club. Card parties, chess, dance par- ties. Over 25 to under 100 years. You can come alone We will get you ac- quainted. Office hours 1-1 op.m. 329-0955. 9435-tf 80 SERVICES AND HEPAIHS Kirby Vacuum Sales And Service Kirby Company of Lethbridge 328- 8962 03751-tt Authorized General Electric lawn mower rebuilding service. Sarc Repair Ltd, 1011 3rd Ave. S. 327- 2656 2093-tf Southern Stamp and Sten- stamps, corporate seals, daters. etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-5114. C6924-tf Maytaq Sales and Service. Services on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic appreciated M I S "CALL AN ASTRO REALTOR" Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams CITY OF LETHBRIDGE FOR SALE AND REMOVAL OF RESIDENCES AND GARAGES ON 5th AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA Sealed tenders clearly marked as to contents will be received by the Of- fice of the Purchasing Agent. City of Lethbridoe. Lethbridge. Alberta, until 2 00 P M.. M.D.S.T.. SEPTEMBER 27, 1973 for the sale for removal from the site ot residences and garages on 5th Avenue South (2nd 3rd Street Note (the land is not in- Copies of the specifications for this sale may be obtained without cost, from the Office of the Purchasing Agent. 280 5 Street North, Lethbridge. Alberta. A certified cheque payable to the City of Lethbridge in the amount of one hundred dollars (S100.00) for each individual bid must be included with each tender for the faithful perfor- mance of the tender. W PONECH PURCHASING AGENT S52 DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS Order No. 701-1401-020. Construction of a Water Supply System. Cold Lake Indian Reserve NO. 149. Saddle Lake Athabaska District. Sealed Tenders, marked as to con- tent, addressed to Regional Engineer. Alberta Region, 27th Floor, CM Tower, Edmonton. Alberta, T5J OK1 will be received up to: P.M. (M October 5, 1973. Tendet documents can be: Obtained by General Contractors only on deposit of S50 00 in the form of a CERTIFIED CHEQUE payable to THE RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA, from A Regional Engineer, Alberta Region, Ind'ian Affairs. 27th Floor, CN Tower. Edmonton OR District Supervisor, Saddle Lake Athabaska District, St. Paul. Alberta. Examined. Edmonton Construction Association. 10415 Princess Elizabeth Avenue. Edmonton Calgary Construction Association, 2540 5tn Avenue N.W.. Calgary. Grande Prairie Const. Assoc., 10008 100th Avenue. Grande Prairie. Lethbridge Const. Assoc. 1321 3rd Avenue S., Lethbridge. Medicine Hat Const. Assoc., 607 4th Street S.E., .Medicine Hat, Lowest or. any tender not necessarily accepted. Peace River Const. Assoc.. 9608 96 Street. Peace River Red Deer Construction Assoc., 5913 50th Avenue. Red Deer Saskatchewan Const. Assoc., 1939 Elphinstone Street..Regina. Sask. Saskatoon Const. Assoc.. 532 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon. Sask. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. S. P. Kolomyjec, P. Eng., A Regional Engineer, Alberta Region. Indian and Northern Affairs. S49 DEATHS GRANT Passed away suddenly in Victoria, B.C. Mr. Brian James Grant at the age of 19 years, beloved son of Dr. and Mrs. M. N. Grant of 1000 30th St. S. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2073 KISTULINEC-Michael, passed away in the city at the age of 79 years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Anna Kistulinec of 501 19 St. N. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, September 19, 1973 at a.m. in the Christensen Chapel (327 10 St. with Father R. Zuback of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary Section of Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel Tuesday at p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2070 away in the city on Thursday, September 13. 1973. following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Helen Batty at the age of 89 years of Lethbridge. beloved wife of the late Mr. Arthur Dixon Bat- ty. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 3 p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Rev. Derek Hoskin officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2072 Leon of Victoria, formerly of Del Bonita. Alberta, at Royal Jubilee Hospital on Wednesday, September 12, 1973. age 68 years. Survived by his loving wife Sadie: two nieces Dolly Olshaski (White Rock) and Christina Smrka (Cut Bank, Graveside services were held Friday, September 14, at 11 a.m. in Royal Oak Burial Park. Rev. N. Archer of- ficiated. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. 857 Caledonia Avenue. Victoria. Arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services Ltd. OPENS SHOW STKATKOUD. Ont. (CP) Strnttonl Festival officials have imnotmcod that A Doll's House, directed by Joseph Losey. will open Stratford's ninth international film festival this fall. More than 12 will be represented through films at the festival. away in Carmangay on Friday September 14th, 1973. followi- ng a lengthy illness, Mrs Irene Gladys'Brownell at the age of 73 years, of Car mangay, beloved wife of the late Mr. Edward Brownell Born in Elbow Lake Minnesota the late Mrs Brownell came to Canada in 1906 with her family to the Carmangay area where she has resided until her passing She is survived by two sons Mr. Jervis E- Brownell of Car mangay, Mr. Donald E Brownell of Algeria: two daughters, Mrs. M (Florence) McLeod of Olds Mrs. R. (Dorothy) Foss of Ed monton; two sisters. Mrs Rachel Hertel of California Mrs. Leonard (Lucille) Brandvold of Carmangay; two brothers, Mr. Roy Burns of Carmangay, Mr. Leslie Burns of Calgary; fourteen grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She was predeceased by one sister and six brothers. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Carmangay Unit- ed Church, with Rev. J. T. Wood officiating. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens, Lethbridge. Friends may pay their respects at the Church at 1 p.m. on Tuesday. Those who wish may donate to the Car- mangay United Church Memorial Fund. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C2071 GET FAST ANSWER WIKSBADKN. Germany iAPi West Gorman police announced they have begun iising .1 computer that can supply police station with in- formation about any of 180.000 wanted persons in less than 10 seconds. CARD OF THANKS HUGHES Mr. George Hughes would like to thank all lis family and friends who made his 93rd birthday such a memorable one. Included in lis list, are those who sent Jfts. cards, and best wishes and all at the Legion who join- ed in at the party to make it a lappy occasion. Special hanks to the Moonglows. 34 IN MEMORIAMS BEDEK In loving memory of George Bedek, who passed away September 16.1969. remembered by wife Julia. "Nick and family; Mike and family: Madeline and family; Andrea and family: Millie and family. 44 KULISKA In dearly beloved memory of a dear wife, mother and grand- mother. Elizabeth Kuliska who passed away September 17th, 1971. God saw the road was getting rough And the hills were hard to climb. So He closed your weary eyelids And whispered, "Peace be remembered and sadly missed by your husband Steve, family, grandchildren and great grandchildren. 36 LEVERICK In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Fred, who passed away September 17, 1966. They say that time will ease the pain, and help us to forget. But time so far has only shown how much we miss you yet. Our hearts still ache with sadness and secret tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you no one will ever know. Always and lovingly remembered by your wife An- nie, son Fred, daughters Helen, Ann. Mary, Rose and families. 35 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, September 17, 1973 18 A TALL ORDER is one way to describe construction of new nuclear power plant at Port CliJMofl, Ohio. Huge cranes deliver steel work stations inside the cooling tower, kit, Below, an exterior view of the 500-foot tall tower which will hold five million gallons of water when the plant begins producing commercial electricity in 1975. the news Autopsy slated for body MISSISSAUGA, Ont. (CP) The nude, battered body of a 19-year-old girl was found: Sunday in a secluded wooded section of the Erindale College campus in this com- munity on the southwest boun- dary of Toronto. An autopsy was to be held today on the body of Con- stance Anne Dickey of Prescott, Ont.. to determine the cause of death. Two Mississauga police con- stables found the body after a two-hour search of the cam- pus grounds. Miss Dickey was last seen Tuesday afternoon in a bank near the campus. Her brother- in-law, Jack Fletcher, report- ed her missing to Metropolit- an Toronto police that night. Mr. Fletcher said Miss Dickey had been staying with him and his wife since she left Prescott Sept. 2 to enter a first-year science course at the Erindale campus of the University of Toronto. She was to have moved into temporary accommodation at the Credit Valley School of Nursing near the college last Tuesday. But the Fletchers waited in vain for her at the nursing school residence for two hours that day. Later they called police. HAS FAITH IN U.S. NEW YORK (Reuter) Prime Minister Golda Meir of Israel says in a television interview that she does not believe the United States "would sell out Israel for oil" under pressure from Arab countries. "I just refuse to believe Mrs. Meir says in the interview, filmed Aug. 13 in Jerusalem and to be broad- cast this morning on the National Broadcasting Com- panys Today Show. No cheering over fall of Chile's chief By GEORGE KITCHEN Canadian Press Staff Writer There is no cheering in Washington over the fall of the late Chilean President Salvador Allende, despite the problems the United States past and the obvious American dis- like for his Marxist policies. For trade and a variety of reasons, the U.S. undoubtedly would prefer peace to revolu- tion in Latin America, where six elected governments have fallen in military takeovers since 1964. Military govern- ments control Brazil, Argen- tina. Peru. Ecuador, Bolivia and Uruguay. Only Mexico, Columbia and Venezuela now have relatively stable democratically-elected governments, although Argen- tina moved in that direction earlier this year when one- time dictator Juan Peron returned from years of exile in Spain to obtain power through the elective process. VIOLENCE PERSISTS Chile may in fact have man- aged to swap a leftist govern- ment opposed by violent rightist proponents for a right- wing government beset by an equally violent revolutionary left, and therefore turmoil may continue. The 65-year-old Allende. regardeless of his faults, was supported by a substantial portion of the Chilean population. Whether or not it is respon- sible, the United States and the CIA. its external super-spy agency, usually tend to get blamed in any major political upheaval in South America. That already has happened in the case of Chile, with lef- tists demonstrating in several Latin American countries against alleged American in- volvement in the Chilean coup. More than 20.000 youths marched in Buenos Aires, chanting anti-American slogans. That sort of outburst can be expected to continue. INVOLVEMENT DENIED This may be one of the reasons why Washington has been reacting with a careful air of cautious detachment to the Chilean drama. There has been official denial of a spate of reports suggesting some sort of American involvement in the overthrow of Allende. At the United Nations. John Scali. the U.S. delegate, called a news conference to say that "anyone who alleges that the United States or any of its agencies participated in this coup directly or indirectly does not speak the truth." The state department does concede it had received ad- vance word that a coup would take place on Sept. 11. as it did but said it attached no particular importance to the warning. President Nixon is reported to have been among those receiving this knowledge. New weekly makes debut TORONTO (CP) -TheSun- day Sun, a new weekly news- paper, made its bow Sunday and its initial press run of 000 was quickly sold out. Toronto's only Sunday news- paper is an offshoot of The Sun, a morning tabloid which began publication less than a year ago. The Sun is staffed largely by former employees of the Telegram, which ceas- ed publication late in 1971. The first Sunday issue has a main news section of 32 pages, a 48-page magazine, a 16-page sport section, comics and a TV insert. It also is in tabloid format. Aimed largely at home delivery at 25 cents an issue, the paper ran off copies for delivery routes but many first-day copies went astray. Circulation Manager John LeMay said souvenir- hunters were flagging down carriers and offering up to a copy. Some stores, he added, were reported selling them for as much as each. Many dos- ntown outlets did not receive copies. Puzzling is the question the U.S. government did 4ot? warn the Allende in the same way that U.S. 61-' ficials have alerted other- foreign governments in tjjifif. when they have had ad- vance word of attempted coups or assassinations. The official U.S. response is that the U.S. saw no obligation under its various Latin American treaties to inform a government of an impending coup. But the Nixon admiriistfa- tion has been cool to Alferwe since the Socialist docto'r w'oii election to the 1970. Allende, for his part, did not endear himself :to Americans and their govern- ment by his moves to nationalize the copper mines. steel, chemical, rubber, automotive, communications and banking installations own- ed by Americans in Chile. The value of those properties has been placed as high as billion. Hike share in airport A operation EDMONTON (CP) federal government ed to pay a larger portion cost-sharing arrangement the operation of the Airport tower on north side. Mayor said Sunday. The mayor, who met Transportation Minister Jean Marchand in Ottawa" last week! said the new arrangement would betotflfe effective when a new airport is opened to serve'Ed- monton. Under the agreement city would pay 880 ovfep seven years in amounts redlJo- ed by varying percentages ari- nuafly. the mayor said: The previous arrangement required the cit> to pay 52JJ5 million over 10 years iji amounts declining by 10 per cent annually. RIDING HIGH, Dennis Moore, 14, pedals down a Bradford Pa street on his job and does the wheclies (lifting front wheel) for benefit From left arc Patty Speaker, Leigh Layton, Lecia Fredenco and Kim Samp contrived the odd bicycle by turning an old one upside down, adding pipe oxtens.ons a steering wheel from an old auto. and ;