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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED "An Icemaker lor the Plncher Creek Curling Club. Experience preferred but not necessary. Will train. Salary negotiable. Reply to Box 473 Plncher Creek. Deadline September 30th." 1872-14oct GENERAL CLERK Starting wage per hour. General office duties to Include typing, etc. Experience necessary. Lucrative company benefits. Contact D. White. Canadian Freightways. Phone 344-3916, Courts. 2334-27 Neat appearing men or women for light deliveries and collections part or full time with Terry Bland Studio for approximately two months. Apply upstairs 503 7th St. S. across from the Herald, between 9-10 a.m. or 4-5 p.m. 1816-tf TRUCK DRIVER With diesel semi-trailer experience. per hour plus good fringe benefits. Speedy Storage and Carfage. Printer linotype combination. Full or part time. (Two-thirder or retired Good job shop. Waskasoo Press Ltd., 4911 52nd St. Phone 346- 2482. Red Deer. Alberta. 218S-26 TRUCK DRIVER'S HELPER Be paid while you learn how to drive the "big ones." Apply in person. Speedy Storage and Cartage. REFRESHMENT CENTRE College Mall Requires part time help. Minimum age 15. Phone 327-0701, after 6 p.m. 2365-25 PRODUCTION WORKERS NEEDED Sprinkler and irrigation assembly, delivery and erection. Also warehouse and delivery positions open. Phone 327-1571. C1971-23 IMMEDIATELY EARN HR. Doing pleasant telephone work from our Coaldale office. Transportation provided if required. No experience necessary.'Work 9 a.m.-4 p.m. or 6-9 p.m. evenings. Monday to Friday. Phone 345-3677. 2274-23 CLERK TYPIST General office experience required. Must type at least 60 w.p.m. Starting wage S3.72 per hour. 40 hour week. Lucrative company benefits. Contact D- White, Canadian Freightways. Phone 344-3916. Coutts. 2333-27 Are your over 21. a self starter, aggressive, neat, alert and able to meet the public? Do you want to make an above-average income? We have men and women in our organization whose yearly income is well over If you are interested contact us at 506 3rd Ave S. C1813-24 AUTOMOTIVE MACHINISTS For modern automotive engine rebuilding plant. Experience not necessary, we will train. Apply in per- son. Custom Engine and Parts, 1605 3rd Ave. S. Ask for Paul. C2082-23 SALES PERSON No Experience Necessary If you can spare two to four evenings a week and Saturdays and have a car you can earn generous weekly cheques. Before we begin, we show you through a brief but intensive training course the easiest and quickest way to get results. Phone 327-1978. for interview. C2017-1oct. WAREHOUSE LABOUR Heavy lifting required. No dust allergies. Shift work. 40 hour week. Permanent year round. No short term. Apply in person to Ellison's Head office. 1301 2nd Ave. S Lethbridge. C1086-tf COTTMAN TRANSMISSION Requires transmission removers and installers. Good starting salary. Call Bob Willis at 345-4765. 2364-25 Earn extra money. Show our exciting line of Christmas cards and gifts to friends, neighbours, relatives. It's easy. profitabJe and no experience needed. Our beautifully illustrated Christmas catalogue helps you to get plenty of orders. Now is the time to start. Write today for free 92 page catalogue and full information Monarch Greeting Cards. Dept. 37. 217 Cannon. Hamilton. Ont. 943-S31 DRESSER INDUSTRIES Dresser Atlas Division Requires Field Service Personnel Class Three license preferred. Full company Phone 527-6651. a.m. to p.m.. Medicine Hat. 1478-tf For Sundays and holidays. Must read, write and speak English. Must be bondable and in good health. Duties include some plant cleaning and Other physical activities. Apply in person Ellison's Head Office. Lethbridge C838-H THE FAMILY CIRCUS By BO Keute 65 HELP WANTED Trucker's helper. Full company benefits. Apply to Towne and Country Furniture. C2098-24 Part time store security. Reply 10044 116 St.. Edmonton. Mr. Parlsien. 2004-24 Fuller Brush needs full and part time dealers. Phone 327-5942. C9657-tf AVON TO BUY OR SELL. Please phone 328-7424 or write Mrs. M. Scott, 2514 23rd Ave. S. C1811-H Apprentice or 1st or 2nd year apprentice for TV and radio repair Write Box 5. Herald. C1980-tf Cooks wanted. Apply in person Jim McCulley, North Side Dairy Queen. C1972-23 LIMOUSINE DRIVER To drive from airport to city. Phone 328-6555. C1919-H Construction laborers required Please apply at Krahn Homes Ltd. 328-7313. C2029-25 HAIR DRESSER Wanted Immediately Phone 327-5000 before 6 p.m.; 327- 1203 after 6 p.m. C2030-25 Housekeeping to be responsible for evening shin. Apply St. Michael's Mr. Visser, Hospital. 2300-24 Service station attendant required Able iO work with limited supervision must have knowledge of all phases o operation. Phone 327-5406.C2055-23 Packing machine operators and fork truck drivers. Shift work. Apply in person Trans Canada Freezers. 28 St. and 2nd Ave. A. N. C2127-28 Desk clerk needed. Apply in person to Park Plaza Motor Hotel. Ex perience preferred but we will train. Steady work. C2081-24 Medical Laboratory Technician For doctor's office. Phone 328- 2326. C1655-tf Help wanted for out of town construction. Erection of steel quonsets. Phone 327-5981, between 6 and 8 p.m. 1953-30 Chore person wanted for remote southwestern Alberta quarter horse ranch. Phone 563-3131, Coleman. 2005-24 Required truck driver for mail route, minimum age 25. Three ton truck used. Must be bondable and dependable. Phone 327-0456. 2366-2I Bank teller head cash required by the Toronto Dominion Bank, College Mall, Salary with experience to Phone 327- 2194. C1970-23 Painters required. Competent painters for home construction re- quired immediately. Please call Krahn Homes Ltd., 328-7313. C2027-25 MA- CHINIST 40 hour week, year round employment. Apply in person. Ellison Head Office, 1301 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge. 01382-tf Demolition crew required for old CPR station a! Cardston. Must be moved by October 15th. Offers accepted by Cardston Agricultural Products. Phone 653-4033. 1612-25 Reliable delivery personnel wanted minimum age 18 with own economical delivery vehicle. Excellent for student. Phone 328- 4577, after 4 p.m. 2273-28 Licensed mechanic required for major oil company. Good starting salary and company benefits for right applicant. Apply in person to Super Sonic Car Wash, 1819 3rd Ave. S. C1998-24 66 OFFICE. CLERICAL Secretary Typing, dictaphone, shorthand. Write Box 26, Herald. C2128-28 PINCHER CREEK Secretary required by local office week days only. Phone 627-3862. ask about File 5000 or write Box 1598. Pincher Creek. 2033-27 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL Wanted Immediately cooks. Apply Heidelberg Inn. C2058-25 Full time waiter or waitress wanted. Apply in person at House of Wong. 254 13th St. N. C1680-tf Personnel required to serve beer in the El Rancho Outrider Tavern. Apply to Gary McDonald. Outrider Tavern. 02099-27 Waitresses and waiters required at Golden Bridge Restaurant. Apply ir person to Henry Yee Phone 328- 2525 C2712-1- Help wanted cook and Apply in person to Luigis Pizza. Phone 327-2766. Cl223-tf El Rancho requires bartender for lounge evening shift. Also lounge for evening shift. Apply in person. C2000-24 "art time employment for a available from Sunday through Thursday or if students wishing two days employment, apply at Top Pizza. 327- 1952. C1489-H ihort order cook required for evening shift. Wages commensurate with experience. Apply in person to Vlr. A. Tomiyama. Park Plaza Motor Hotel. C2005-24 required for steady employment in Custom Feedlot Must >e experienced with cattle and eedlot equipment. Phone 327- 9731. 2275-27 "Mommy, will you tuck in my 69 FMM Beet truck driver Phone 345-3157 345-3898. 1817-27 Person required for dairy farm. Apply Nicol Dairy Farms. Box 54. Klpp or phone 327-9081. C2367-tf CAPABLE FARMER REQUIRED FOR DRYLAND FARM. WRITE BOX 86. HERALD. C9178-11 Couple wanted for dryland farm anc cattle operation. Experience preferred. Phone 223-6293, Taber. 1731-26 Married couple for work in hog barn. House supplied, wages to be negotiated. On school bus route. Write Box 133. Herald. 4593-tf Married for dairy and general farm work. Apply Don doulton, six mi. north and one mile west COM. 327-9233. 2007-tf Several experienced combine operators, truckers and farm workers, working from now until late November, between Lethbridge anc Fort St. John, B.C. Henry Matteott Farms, 970 Mayor Magrath Drive, phone 327-7191. C1340-H 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL Elementary teacher required by Ralston School District No. 4981 for grade six in Ralston Village School. Duties to commence Nov. 1, 1974. Forward applications and enquiries to: Mr. E. H. Christensen, Supt. of Schools, 147 6th St. S.E., Medicine Hat, Alberta. 2249-27 JUNIOR HIGH SCIENCE TEACHING POSITION IN WHITECOURT JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL APPROXIMATELY 100 MILES FROM EDMONTON Duties to commence October Please submit application, or phone: Mr. W. J. Green Superintendent of Schools County of Lac Ste Anne No. 28 Sangudo. Alberta Phone 785-2344 C2100-24 French Language Arts Teacher required immediately NEW CESSFORD SCHOOL Cessford, Alberta housing available bonus enrollments miles from Brooks, 60 miles from Hanna Enquiries to: J. WAYNE TERRIFF SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS P.O. BOX 580 HANNA, ALBERTA OR PHONE COLLECT 854-3811 2276-24 LABORATORY TECHNOLOGISTS The Royal Alexandra Hospital re- quires experienced Registered Technologists to work in Chemistry and Haematology Blood Bank areas. DUTIES: To perform a variety of duties in these areas and to assist in training and supervising of Laboratory Students. REQUIREMENTS: Registered Technologist, member of C.S.L.T. or be eligible for membership. Applicants with prior experience in Chemistry and Haematology Blood Bank preferred. Must be available for rotating shifts. SALARY: Salary commensurate with ex- perience. Excellent fringe benefits. Send written resume and qualifica- tions to: Personnel Department ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOSPITAL 10240 Kingsway Avenue Edmonton. Alberta T5H 3V9 2209-23 72 UCENSEO KINDERGARTENS NURSERIES Cuddle Bunny Day Nursery Children two to six years. Phone 328 2835. C9062-tf 75 MUSIC TEACHERS Violin lessons. O. B. Bentsen. 632 21st. St. South. Phone 327-6956. 752-30S Private instruction in piano and theory. J.C.'s Piano Studio. 121713th St. North. 329-3225.329-4410.9073-tf Piano Lessons ASK ABOUT RENTALS Bert! School of Music 2646 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE PHONE 327-0115 C1831-W 76 SEWING SERVICES Professional sewing formals. dress making, alterations. Phone 328- 0702. 984-tt Hand crochet work shawls, short capes, etc. Phone 327-4933.2310-27 'rofessional sewing done in home Formals. dressmaking, alterations. Phone 327-0835. 2368-28 Hand crocheting Baby sets, sweaters, etc. Phone 327-7163 2186-26 77 MUSJCjMISMO ENTERTAINMENT Wauled >cf tocai CTOUO One Scad QurtaT, Ttiyjhym. arid bass player JOT Bruce Jor Rob 2369-28 71 UBT AND FOUND LOST FALSE TM oard: four ply buifl-tip roof. BROOKS NORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Application of inch fiber board over exislmg roof. Apply three ply uill yp tool, aiammiie. 9.750 so It or less. 3ROOKS PRIMARY SCHOOL o1 ni inch fiber board >ver exislmg TOO! Apply ply uill up roof. 10.310 sq. ft more or ss ROOKS COMPOSITE HIGH >CHOOL. emovai oi entire TOO! flasnmgs tequiTemerfls Redesign and -replace 908 lineal feel, more or less ashmgs Installation cl control joints re necessary cjffrs or. all arsas bul ill be acceded en individual areas or artv lender nol npcessanly nters close at 12-00 noon. October jfthgft mlormaltpn tnay toe om :he Board Office. Box 4ih Ave East SK-oks. Aibena hone 362-2555 S F Hanson Secrelaty- Treasurer S79 CRASH KILLS 14 BANGKOK (Reuter) 'ourteen people were killed and 13 injured when two buses collided in heavy rain on a road in central Thailand, said Monday Monday, 23, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 PUBLIC NOTrCES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate of Louis Kish. late of the City ol Lethbridge. in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 14th day of August. A.D. 1974 Take notice that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by the 22nd day of October. 1974. a full statement of their claim and of securities held by them. J. LITTLEWOOD Deputy Public Trustee 201 John J. Bowlen Building 620 7th Avenue S.W. Calgary. Alberta T2P OY8 see Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks 1 BIRTH McDERMID Jim and Chris are proud to announce the birth of a new baby daughter, Melanie Christine, 9 Ibs., 2 oz. at St. Michael's Hospital on Friday, September 20, 1974. A sister for Scott and Liana. 2311-24 Oldest convict to observe 99th COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Weakened by 48 years in jail and nearly blind, the oldest convict in the United States will celebrate his 99th birth- day Tuesday from a bed in the Ohio Penitentiary. But John Weber, or "Dad" as the nurses call him, is still chipper even though this birth- day may be his last. "The years haven't been all that says the Hun- garian-born Weber. "There was a time when I wanted to be free again, but no more. I'm too old and too tired. And there's no place to go-" Weber was sentenced to prison for life in 1926 for the shooting death of his 18- month-old daughter. Testi- mony showed that Weber ap- parently shot the child acci- dentally during an argument with his wife. S. M. Patterson, superinten- dent of the prison medical centre said Weber has not had an outside visitor nor re- ceived mail in years. Weber's regular bids for pa- role were turned down until 1972 when Gov. John Gilligan commuted his conviction to second-degree murder, mak- ing him eligible for release. But by then the 97-year-old Weber was in failing health and had no place to go. So on Tuesday, while Weber sits in a wheelchair by a sunny window, nurses will bake "Dad" a birthday cake as a surprise. Man chief danger to rare falcons NEW PALTZ, N.Y. (AP) "We had everything com- pletely solved except Professor Heinz Meng said after the peregrine falcon he released into the wilds was found dead. Meng, who has been work- ing for 10 years to save the endangered species, in 1971 became the first scientist to successfully breed peregrines in captivity. He believes someone killed one of the two peregrines he released this summer from a tower at the State University College at New Paltz. It was the first time captive-bred peregrines were returned to the wild. "They're the most spec- tacular, most exciting, most thrilling, most everything bird on the world. But people just don't the ornithologist said in an interview. The bird, who swoops down at speeds of up to 200 miles an hour to capture its ally smaller on the endangered species list, but once proliferated on cliffs along the east coast of the United States. In the 1950s, when the falcons became infested with DDT after eating prey that had eaten DDT-poisoned insects, their eggs became too frail to withstand incubation and the species began to dis- appear. Last June, Meng placed two of the nestlings he bred atop the 10-storey faculty tower, hoping Adam and Eve were ready to meet the world. But earlier this month, one of Meng's biology students found Eve's severed wing in a wooded area. Adam has been missing since mid-August and Meng thinks he too may have been lulled. Next spring Meng will again attempt to release several pairs of peregrines into the wilds. "Although this is a tem- porary setback, at least we know how dangerous man is to the whole thing, to any he said. Weekend accidents kill 10 persons in B.C. By THE CANADIAN PRESS At least 10 persons died in accidents in British Columbia during the weekend, eight of them in traffic mishaps. Burnaby firemen worked for more than an hour Sunday to cut the body of a man out of tu's car after it plunged about 33 feet off a Highway 401 over- pass onto a railway right-of- way. Another man and two women were injured in the crash. Police released no names. Brian Jacob Bain, 17. of Surrey was killed Sunday when the car in which he was a passenger went out of control and crashed into road- side trees. Police continued to search tor Gregory Bowness. 26. of Surrey who was missing and drowned after the body of his fishing companion. George Edward Howard. 65. of Maple Ridge was found washed up on the beach at White Rock. The man left Delta in a rented fibreglass boat on Friday. Scott Duncan. 6. of Rich- mond was killed Saturday when struck by a car as he rode his bicycle in the Van- couver suburb of Richmond. Two people were killed Saturday in a single-vehicle accident near the Kootenay community of Fernie. Killed were Valery Agnes Clark. 16. of Cranbrook and Douglas Lyle HideOrand. 24. of Wardner. Daniel Freemark. 22, of Vanderhoof and Peggy Myers. 17. of Mara were killed and two people were injured Saturday in a head-on collision on Highway 16. seven miles west of Vanderhoof in the interior. Joseph Yaciw. 52. of Pitt Meadows was killed Sunday in a two-car collision at an intersection in Surrey near Vancouver. Bangladesh seeks more UN aid DACCA (AP) Prime Minister Sheik Mujibur Rahman of Bangladesh left to- day for the United Nations in New York to appeal for more aid for his shattered country. He told reporters his country has reached "near- famine conditions" and said he ordered grue! kitchens set up in hopes they can feed almost all the 75 million people. are pouring into Dacca seeking food and shelter after devastating mon- soon floods. Before the floods came, the ravages of a 1970 cyclone, the 3971 war with Pakistan that led to the creation of formerly known as East and a protracted J973 drought. The floods, in addition to claiming lives, livestock and property, destroyed the rice paddy crops on more than 500.000 acres, government of- ficials said. Rice, when available. sdJs in ration shops at more than for 80 pounds, but the black market price is MO. BIRTH FORSTER Rose and Mich are proud to announce the arrival of their first born, a son, Anthony Kurt, on September 11, 1974. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tarnava and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Forster, all of 2372 DEATHS GEIGER Passed away in Great Falls, Montana, on Friday, September 20, 1974, Mrs. May Victoria (Standing) Geiger at the age of 57 years, beloved wife of Mr. Elmer Geiger of Great Falls, formerly of Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2130 FOURNIER Passed away suddenly at Browning, Montana, on Sunday, Sep- tember 22, 1974, Mr. Joe Vic- tor Fournier at the age of 68 years of Lethbridge, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Laurette Fournier. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2131 VRABEL Passed away suddenly in Prince Rupert, B.C. on Friday, September 13, 1974, Mr. William Vrabel Jr. of Prince Rupert. Born in Raymond, Alberta, April 18, 1933, he moved to British Columbia in 1949, where he was well known in the logging and construction industries. Survived by his loving wife Shirley, two sons, Frank Robbie two daughters, Sharlene Colleen all of 419 8th West, Prince Rupert; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Vrabel of Lethbridge; two brothers, Joe Vrabel of Edmonton and Andrew Vrabel of Lethbridge; two sisters, Mrs. John (Anne) Chenger and Mrs. John (Margaret) Wensveen, both of Lethbridge. Funeral services held at Walker Memorial United Church, Cape Mudge, Quadra Island, B.C. on Friday. September 20. 1974, with Rev. Ron Atkinson of- ficiating. Interment in Cape Mudge Cemetery. 2376 CARDS OF THANKS BAND To all our friends and relatives so kind, thought- ful and considerate at this time. God bless you. Jim Band and Mrs. Tom Band and Mrs. Frank Wince. 2213-23 THE COALDALE ROTARY CLUB would like to thank the businesses and citizens of the Coaldale area who sup- ported and contributed to the Coaldale Rotary Community Auction which was held September 13. 1974. The proceeds from this auction are to be used for the Rotary community services. 2373 JONES We wish to express our appreciation to all our friends and relatives for the expressions of sympathy extended to us at the time of the passing of our dear mother and grandmother. Slsie Jones. Special thanks to Rev. D. Hoskin and the pallbearers. and Freda Jones Dick and Bobbie Jones Art and Ev Jones Mike and Ivy Chenger Joan Jones and grandchildren. 2314 Brezhnev ill MOSCOW (AFP) Leonid Brezhnev. Soviet Communist party general secretary, is ill and was unable to receive vis- ating Iraqi Foreign Minister Shazel Taka last week as planned. Arab diplomatic sources here reported Sunday. The sources said high- ranking Soviet officials told Taka. who was due to call on Brezhnev on Thursday, that the meeting was cancelled because of the party leader's slate of health. There was no indication of the nature of the illness, the sources said. ;