Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
30 THE LETHBRiDGE HERALD Wednttdtiy, Seplemlw 23, 1770 58 MALE HELP WANTED 70 GARDENING lOURNE'YMfcN PLUMBERS AN DJ SALE PEA I MOSS, ALL apprentices lor Lethljndije University siics. Apply Daji'i Green ho ust-, Letts Mfe Pliom- Blockprhic arid J27- bridge. C2VO-05 WELL HOITL-D MANURE AND GOOD lop Soil tor sole. 328-3289. PUBLIC MORE MONEY! would you like your c make an hour or mo tree details write The W i Co. Ltd., Oept. Boss, FRANK'S Many 328-7389, 'vou. r. ROW- ROTOT1LLING. TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Ptione 327-7398 ur W68.H i JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP. LONGEST t Phone 327-7398 or 327-243B. SALE OF SITE AND BUILDING OLD BLAIRMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL emonami ONE OF CALGARY'S I'STABLISHED AND LARGEST AUTO- JvCoBlLtT DEALERS HAS OPENINGS GARDEN AND LAWN MANURE. DE- Oclobe F-'OR EXPERIENCED CAR AND livered or loaded, your vehicle. Phone which TRUCK SALESMEN. THE MEN WE 328-2911. 7J93-26 block ARE LOOKING FOR MUST Rr. j highest WILLING WORKERS AND DESIRE j FOR SALE ARIENS SIX H.P. atct'plf ABOVE AVERAGE EARNINGS. ALL self-propeNed rolotiller. Phone 3V7-; COMPANY BENEFITS, 7296-23 Crowsr SIA1 ION FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- CUTTING, TRIMMING. ETC. PHONE 5739-tf RENT Garden tractors roller- hedge trimmer fertilizer lawn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD, B16 3rd Ave. S., Phone will be received by Ihc i gnctl umit p.m. Friday, I 9, 197D on building and site I comorises lots i to 20 Inclusive. 13, plan Blairmore. The or any tendur not necessarily Student job Lack In Crisis Stage OTTAWA (CP) Tlie lack of j "As a nation, we simply can- BIRTHS FUNERALS FUNERAL i School Division No. 63, Blair-more, Alberta. I1AKU1NGTON' Bill and KUHL Funeral service for FINULAY Funeral service Cheryl (nee Cutforth) proudly I announce the birth ol their son, WAKITFn i William Charles born Seplem- WAIN I CU 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED order Lethbr FULL-TIME SHORT iok. Apply in person to the je Hotel Coffee Shop. C37I-29 WANTED TWO REAL ESTATE SALESMEN OR SALESLADIES. PRE- FERABLY EXPERIENCED. REPLY FOR APPOINTMENT GIVING AGE SKI AREA STAFF LIFT OPERA- tors, professional ski patrol, kitchen and dining room help, chambermaids, grader operator. Contract ManaqT Douq Whan, PO Box 1239, Pinche? Creek Alberta. 75 Two militant, politically minded con scientious persons TO work as com- munity development officers w i t h native people in Grande Cache, Alber- ta, and Slave Lake, AlberM. areas. Aoplicsnts must speak Cree language, be prepared to live in 'tie communi- ties. Also required are familiarity provincial government agencies, basic oroanizational, management skills. Salary up to a month depending on experience, qualifications. living expenses, subsiriiied accommoda- tion. Office lo be maintained in nome. Work with native people developing Business enterprises, promoting social. in writing before September 30, 1970 METIS ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA Bl 100 Avenue Edmonton, Aloerta PARSON'S HARDWARE Phone GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS. POWER RAKES CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. CBW-tl 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Tenders will be received by the undersigned to supply and apply a sheu! me till siding lo a J2 ft. grain elevator. Approximately .J.QOO sq. fi. Also includes boxing in o' the ea JPJ. Sheeting musl be applied in a !iianriRr contractions of side walls. Pleass slate price ol colored alu- minum, galvanized sheet metal and The lowest or any lender will not necessarily be accepted. Work to start immediately. May be seen six miles north R c Mrs. OIlie Mae Kuhl, beloved j for wife of the late George Frank- Ibs. five 7fi45 lin Kuhl who died at Milk Hiv- H I er Friday, Sept. 18. 1970, after loved .rs. Isabella Findlay, be- wife of the late George O'BUIEN Cal 1 are pleased to announce the ar- I rival of Lisa Marie, horn on September eight Ibs. brief illness at the age of 22 i years was held at p.m. and bynne Tuesday in St. Paul's United lliree ozs. Proud Sundia illes nis grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Del O'Brien and Mr. and Mrs. Allah Walker all of Lethbridge. 7643 Church, Milk Kiver, with Rev. K. D. Hewlett officiating. Ac- 1970. weighing tive were Cliff and George Kubt, Barry Raymond and Lloyd summer employment for Cana- dian students has reached crisis proportions and a massive, im- aginative solution is needed, says the executive director of the Canadian Welfare Council. Reporting to the council's an- not afford this perennial, stag- gering and growing economic and social cost of idle or unem- ployed he said. Numerically the problem was growing dramatically: Five years ago about students ready, fiv Iryers. F, 36c per lb. Also ury. Custom killing, oaldale. Phone 3-15- Turin, Alberta Phur 739 2134 :-ts; '72 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE 'adorable pets end would like to find a new home. 1313 3rd Ave. A S. Call 32S-3-133, after 5 p.m. 4709-03 i PUREBRED High! month! 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES EXCLUSIVE Ladies lingerie turns S1300 a m S5KG. Repty Box Hei sale. Re I. 7-195O GOOD FULL OR PART-TIME BUSl- ness for sale. Income 1700 per mcnln. Stock investment S1500. Reply Box 93. Hecald. SMALL RESTAURANT IN GOOD aiion. Approximately net .OC- 61 TEACHERS WANTED YELLOWHEAD SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 12 Requires Immediately One teacher for Jr. High Language. Art, and Science at the COL- LtNGE HIGH SCHOOL, HINTON. Please write including references or superintendent report or telephone i- 7J3-A171. B. A CHANDLER SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS YELLOWHEAD SCHOOL DIVISION NO U BOX 1570 EO5ON, ALBERTA C295 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR SALE GOING CAFE AND i three bedroom home in growing town east of Billings. Interested party write R. E. Eaumgardner, Box in. Hunt- ley, Montana '59037. 7547-13 HAY AGENCIES LTD. COLLEGE MALL Phone 327-7975 or 327-7077 WOULD YOU TRADE CITY SMOG FOR CLEAN COUNTRY AIR? OF COURSE YOU WOULD! trade your present property on this li- censed country hotel, iust a half hour's DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS OF CANADA TENDER Sealed lenders .icidressed lo the man- ager. Adniinistraltve Services, Depart- ment of Public Works of Canada, 4oo t Customs Buitdinq, Hth Avenue and 1st Street 5.E., Calgary 21, Alberta and i endorsed "Traffic Flow Improvements 1 and Overhead Lighting, Customs and j Immigration Port of Enlry, Coults, Al- f will be received uniil i A m IMSTJ October 9th, 1970 Tender documents can be obtained through the office ot the Department j ol Public Works of Canada, Room JOO Customs Building, nth Avenue and 1st Street S.E., Calgary 21, The Construction Association offices in Cal- qary and Lethbridge, Alberta, as well as at the Customs and Immiqrat ion Office in Coutts, Alberta. i bs submitted on the forms s the department. The lowest or any fender not neces sariiy accepted. R. W. WIDMEYER, MANAGER, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES, CALGARY DISTRICT. DEATHS SHADE Passed away" Korl Macleod. Joe Shade, Thielen Bel lew. Honorary pallbearers were Dean Smith. 11 e n r y Scmitt, Roscoe Unlit, Fay j Pease, Gerald and Kugine Tomfohr and Leo Ehlert. Inter- j ment was in the family plot in i the Milk River Cemetery. Mar-! 'n I tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- of j neral Service, n-as in charge of I Thompson Findlay who died in the city Friday, Sept. 1970, after a brief illness at the age of 82 years, was held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Chapel. 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. D. Burns ol'ficiUng. Inter-! ment was in the family plot m i the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu-i neral Service, was in charge of i the arrangements. I nual meeting, Reuben Baotz sought summer employment, said Wednesday most young last summer there were close to people need and want summer work but high school and col- lege students are finding it im- possible to get. CARD OF THANKS Snowmobile Regulations Tightened (he Blood Reserve. Funeral [he arrangements, service was held at -Standoff Wednesday (today) al 10 a.m., Rev T. D u h a i m e official-, ,cd. Interment followed j I-unerii! service Standoff Cemetery. Funeral ar- Mrs- Amelia l.ehlo, rangements bv Eden's Funeral Harold i I Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. of Carmangay who died, i suddenly at Carmangay at the i i age of 53 years was held al i i 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Mem- jorial Chapel. 703 Kilr SI. N. with Rev. E. W. Clarke CALGARY (CP) The mini- j N1COL I would like !o ber of snowmobile trails avail-1 j Uiank my doctor. I'ne nursing able in Rocky Mountain na- slaff and hospital staff; also: parks have been reduced, relatives and friends who sent' ancj regulations on the use of flowers, gifls and cards and! be enforced, those who visited me it was anlloimced todav my stay m tlie hospital W. .1. Nicol. R. P. Mails, western region j b'50.000 and next year there will be more than 775.000. In 10 years Canada's univer- sity enrolment alone will in- crease times to 720.000. PREDICTS REBELLION Mr. Baetx. said youth will not accept "the same double-bar- relled indignity which we have levelled at the poor for many decades, namely creating a so- ciety in which they cannot find meaningful employment and 1 fhen accusing (hem of being lazy louts and parasites because thev are not working." Canada desperately needs a constructive summer program established i n co-operation amc-e governments, private en- lerorise. organized labor, edu- cation institutions and 3roung pccDle. he said. Mr. Baetz suggested student1; .parks director, said the be mobilized during the PAKKKR Passed away in Claresholm on Sunday. Septem- ber 20. Francis Elizabeth IN MEMORIAM -changes result from abuses recorded last year by a num- ber of persons who did not obey regulations. summer lo help fight pollution, especially in recreation areas. Between 25.000 and stu- dents could usefully act as pol- Parker, ag i years, of Gran- by i urn. The funeral service will be held in the salvation Army Cit- adel. Fort Macleod. Thursday at p.m., Capl. H. Cohb offi- ciating, interment in Granum Cemetery. Friends who wish in a y donate to the Alberta Heart Fund in care of Fort Pharmacy. Funeral arrange Canon E. A. Weare officiating, i Active pallbearers were Mar-! vin Anderson, Jim Gray. A. B. M Charlesworth. Reg. S m e e d. j Lawrence Silshe and Orville i Blue. Honorary pallbearers! were Ben Brown, Lawrence i Bodie, Alberl Sailer, Eric Col-1 Her and Milton Hodgson. Inter-1 nient was in the Bowville Cem-' Compliance with regulations lution natrols under (lie direc- BLMJLK In loving mem- j n c e a s j mimbers of I lion of local official bodies. Bender, who pass- lsnowmobile be warden Time goes stay, on but memories ments by E d e n s Funeral I etery in Oarmangay. Martin i Home Ud., Fort Macleod. Bros. Ltd. Directors of Fiiner-; CS22' a' Service. in charge of the i _____ arrangements. away suddenly September checked" this year' by patrols. Each operatoi1 nuisl obtain a general permit before being As near and dear as yester-: permjttecf to use snowmobile trails in national parks, Mr. -I'.ver remembered and sad- Malis said As wef, separate ly missed by his general permits be re. I quired in each national park. WESTERN CHAIRMAN He said authorized snowmo- Ibile trails are shown on a map ideal good xcellent condition. Could he an and wife business, show- returns. Living quarters are EVENINGS PHONE WKUJ5 Passed away Cardston on Monday. Septem her 21, 1970, Richard (Dick oe Ur Blood Reserve, The fun ALBERTA, service will be held in the Im maculate Conception Church St. Mary's School, Thursday a a.m., Rev. T. Duhaim officiating. Interment i n Si Mary's Cemetery. A wake sei vice will be held at the church Wednesday ai. p.m. Funer al arrangements by Eden's Fu neral Home Ltd., Fort Mac leod. C32; Jack Look Fargie McTaviSh 323-3533 328-5707 328-4347 328-MU1 STATUTES OF 1968. -AND- 1N THE MATTER EXPROPRIATION URES ACT, BEING 30 STATUTES OF 1961. EXPROPRIATION I NOTICE i NOTICE that the Cily ol Leih- bridge desires to expropriate certain i lands outside the City ot Lethbridge for purposes permitted by the Munrci- m pal Government Act, namely as i site 31, Lethbridge On Tuesday, Sep for sewer line and Right-of-way.' OF THE PROCED- CHAPTER ALBERTA, TOMCAI.A Passed awa; FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. Canada's leading school. National Col- Phone 369-8322. 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES MUSIC TEACHERS 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS PRIVATE TUITION' ON GUITAR i ESTABLISHED 1927 One Hundred and Eighteen and FI rred Kane. Phone 327-8897 tfSO-ti College Mali Phone J28-3M1 leen One Hundredihs (118.'" t ember 22, J970, 'Marie of Ta bej-. at the age of 78 years Born at S'uchov, Czechoslova kia October 30. 1891. she mar ried in the old country in 1914 EXPERIENCED MUSIC requires students. Phone at 635 I2fh St. C N. TEACHER 327-1208 or i i099-28 AND. FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that: 1. The land to be expropriated Is described as follows: That portion of the North Half ot Section One U) in Township Nine Ranpe Twenty-Two 'Weal of the Fourth Meridian, which lies i They farmed in the .old on tr-V Until fco Taber ir containing in the North East .Quarter J938 where they farmed Until e [retiring in 1965. Mrs. Tomcals j was a member of the CWL in i Taber. Predeceased by hei husband George in Novembei I !Ki9. .Survivors include two One MUSIC LESSONS j Conservatory of Lethbridge j Prop. Vince Ditrich BRASS ELECTRIC BASS GUITAR PIANO INDIVIDUAL OP. CLASS LESSONS HOURLY OR MONTHLY RATES PHONE 327-1790 44 SEWING SERVICES SEWING AMD ALTERATIONS PHONE BRING YOUR MONEY Requirements to us. We'll handle th. quickly, efficiently and direclly. F approvals tor the maximum in me gage financing, and consolidation loa We can help you re-finance a preSi mortgage, make improvemer EXCEPTING THEREOUT: FIRSTLY- Out ot the Honh Quarter, that portion of the South East SOUS, Joe of Taber, Martin Ol one daughter .2. containing r.'ine Mt'S. Annie Malejicek. Czecho- Hundredihs Slovakia; nine grandchildren; e said North j tive great-grandchildren. Pray- which lie to m-c will ho said in e'S D- ba t-I Ihi Hundrealhs acres DRESSMAKING In my o'.vn hom 328.3751. ALTERATIONS asonable. Phone 70S-24 peopl Twenty.FoU( Suitfl 7Jh St. S. (21.2J) acres more 327-85J5 Number Three (No. 3) Highway as shown on a plan "of the SECONDLY: Out of Half those portion; the South of the Roadway un nan r, 3591-E.Z. containing in the North East j tine S Roman CaUlOllC ChUl'C'h, j Taber on Thursday. September North West Quarter con- i 24 at p.m. Funera tarning Eight acres more or j vice be Conducted from St. THIRDLY: Oul o! the North East i AugUStUie's R 0 ni a n Catholic on Friday, Sep- rf the North West Quarter Twenty- j temD6T 25 at II a.m., With ReV. HuntJredths all for 65 LOST AND FOUND 75 CONTRACTS FOR ALL YOUR C A R P E N T R Y I Ywi needs Town and Country Phone fnri 32S-2-J39. 7367-23 i n. described lancis lying within a Sixty- lSix foo) Right-of-way, the center line of which begins at a point Sixty dd South of the North East e Wes, Quarlcr of tne Section One ant) progressing for Father Burke Hoschka cele- brant. Interment follow in fhe Taber Memorial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home, Ta- ber. in Charge of Airange- ments. C326 aicGLENX SZ5 REWARD FOR INFORMATION Inadlng to the recovery of one Keltic flir-cooled motor with electric start, missing from Blood Reserve Parm Hpadquarters. Clinton E. Brown, 453- 3671, Cardston. 7625-26 66 PERSONAL STYROFOAM WEDDING CAKES. S3i Sorenson Construction, and up. Free delivery. Phone iS' phone 327-6662. Magrath, 5017-tf _____________JGEMcNT WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINK- repaired, odd iohs. Phnne ERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING 8J7'" AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP WRITE IN CEMENT DRIVES AND WALKS RE- OUIRIES CARE OF PO B0> 861 modelling, and rumpus rooms. Phnoe [ETHBRIDGE, ALBFRTA' 3707-tI i One Huitdredths (353.29) !eer al a inq of South Thirty-Eight Degrees, Fif- teen Minutes and Ten .Seconds (S38 I Vi'est con fa in ing j and Eleven One Hundredth.-; acres more cr less, AND EXCEPTING ou! of all land, all Mines and Minerals (other t, than the Rlqht lo work SII1CC. -SlirVlvOrS include Olie ihe same, ,nd the int-rwi to Mr.s. J. C. (Marion) in Slralhcona. Ontario in 1895 and a.s a young girl she came to Lethbridge where she re- ceived her education and has continued to reside here ever AW INFORMATION Centre A.I.D. Advice Direction in area and Recreation. 7.123, 1C a.m. p.m. REFERRAL [PAINTING, information of Health, I 327-W17. Phone 377- C47-05 i propriated is i therein. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ne wj'h a drinklnn. prno PAINTING painting city of Lethbrkioe is rc.dv one four grandchildren great-granddaughter; e: one son. and and 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS t.ounlry Japanese pai 3721. evenings. OUTLOOK DRYWALL C Residential commercial. ceilings, Gyproc vinyl boa piete dryv.ali and steel itu i 323-S563 anytime. ter. Phone 327- I cxpronriated t. A by-law lation v.'ill h( FRED 3TEINER old biisemon's sured, free sst CEMENT WORK, oroofing. In- hone 327-B2B6. C346I-K to the i first presented to 'the i Council of the Citv of Lethhridcic. on Monday the 5lh day of 1970, i at (he Council Chambers in the City Hall, in the City of Lelnbriclqe. at the ho'jr of Etciht O'Clcclo af EitiM OTtcc1: thfi innd to be'one sister Mrs. B. (BeuJagii) fhP f Davis of Lethbridge. The fu- neral service will be held on Thursday at 2 p.m. in "Mem- orial Chapel1' 703 13 Street N'orlh, with Rev. L. D. Han- kinson officiating Interment will follow in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Mai-tin Bors. Ltd., Directors of funeral Se TV ICC. C.125 Unlej is ted. flFtl Hy............ in tor the i.ind be as ined fixed by the Pnhtic I fir.rtrd A! 0 luturr D.'.TFO s; tnt ritv r-l I r of !hir, I5lh Ssotcmbrr. 'HE CITY OP I F THPRIDGf Inbr, City "lerk KIM) AIKPOKT GUNS KOM1-: f Reuters) Sine! au- airily taken ;it Rome airport against airline hi- i turned up a small arse- nal Tuesday night. Police ar- rested (wo former Albanian citi- zens who were searched and I found to he carrying four pistols j and 300 rounds of ammunition. They were due to board 3 Pan American World Airwavs flight to New York. Gene Autry is chairman of the obtained at the same lime board of the California Angels, i the general permit. A text of his speech was re- leased in advance. JOURNALISTS ON TOUR GIBRALTAR (Reuters) About 100 members of the Com- monwealth Press Union arrived here Tuesday on the first leg of a Mediterranean t o U r. The party, one of the biggest such contingents to visit the British colony, is led by Gavin Astor. chairman of the CPU. They leave Thursday for Malta. EATON'S Domestic Zig Zag Sewing Machine at Great Savings Reg. 215.95! Besides being economical, home sewing can be so much fun. You can give your creations your own interpre- tation stitch by stitch with o Domestic Zig Zng Sewing Machine. This nitty machine monograms and designs, overcasts seams to prevent fraying, mokes buttonholes and sews on" buttons, darns, mends, and is a whiz ol appliques. Handy dial-o-sfitch meets wiih all your sewing requirements. Comes with tig zag regula- tor. Motor is buill-in. Domestic Zip Znq Sewing Machine Console nnd stool com- bination. Special, each .95 139 Machines. Buy now! Shop with your handy Eaton's Budget Charge. No down payment, pay monthly. Wood Carving Display By Mr. C, Yonkman A wood carving display, depicting various farm equipment, is on display on the north snd of the second floor. Mr. C. Yonkman, a retired farmer from the Nobleford dis- trict, a master wood carver, creased the display from white pine and the showing is of miniature farm equipment and buildings. Be sure to see this excellent display. Eaton's Thursday Hours 9 to 9. BUY LINE 328-8811.