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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE IETHBR1DGE HER AID Tueiday, September 26, 1972 43 TRAILERS CAMPtRS FOR SALE OR RENT TENT TRAILER WITH DINING TENT. Complete unit, Extras. Prwne >w- 4Jn, Hllfcresf. 9168.27 T973 FT. AIR CONDITIONED Prowler trailer. Prnxi4 K8-2B97, HARDTOP TENT TRAILER GOOD condition. Mallreises Included. M11'1 Mil. (230. J27-9570. 3W FOURTEEN FT. HOLIDAY TRAILER. Equipped with Turn ace, Prlco SI PKono 23J-3J79, Fort MaclewJ. 931 COSTS KO MORE TO HAVE THE Irwlall your Ezy-llfr or frame ELDING. 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED LATE MODEL or wllhout campej ord w 4x4. Cranbrc 436-6072, nlgM. 604 436-J7 7 2 or 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL DO TYPING AT HOME. PHONE Mary. 338-103i. S5M-29 WILL DO BABYSITTING IN MY OWN home. Anytime, any age. Phone 31B- PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. accessaries and parlsi Iralfer Phone I HAVE repair. Phone house, so 323-4411. C24Q5-lf I help take WILL BABYSIT PRE-SCHOOLER IN my home, liva days wwKly. North. Phone 32a-12i5 HOUSEKEEPING POSITION R E- qulred by middle-aged woman with one small child. Accept town cr farm home Wrile Box 1563, pjncner Creek Of photic 627-4278. 3W-30 5S MALE HELP WANTED CXPERIF.NCED grader operators. or SCRAPER AND _____ Phono 6G4-426-477J Cranbrook. HOM6 LICENSED WELDER REQUIRED IM- HAKVEST HELP WANTED. HOURLY basis. Phono 6SJ-2342, Vauxhatl. SU6-3BS FEED MILL OPERATOR lure adult. Experience preferred, Write Box 37, Rerafd. 3W4-2 378-5315. BUGGY OPERATORS scraper. Aneca Construction, 9-108-27 IftWE DIATELY MALE VOCAL 1st (or Country-Western Band. Musi also play some lead flultar. Phone 7324773, Picture Butte. 9452-28 NO PLAYMATES AT MY my mommy says we can care of your or you work, I am four years 9516-29 1972 Scamper Clearanco at UNITED MOTORS Where they get it all together FOR EXAMPLE 1972 14 H. Scamper brakes, awning, Bleeps six. Was One only left at the low price of 37 DIFFERENT MODELS TO CHOOSE from such 180 complete wllh porch light, propane light, range end oven, 32 cu. ft. three-way refrigerator, heater, twin tanXs, toilet, sink end shower. Awning, drapes, step, sewer hose. AIM nwdete U, 170, IPS, 200, 320, 240, 260, as well as models BO, SS, 310, HOB Uuck campers. SEE THESE FANTASTIC RECREA- TION VEHICLES AT TRAILER CITY AT THE CORNER OF 3rd AND 3rd FOR UNBELIEVABLE S AV INGS OH THESE BRAND NEW 1972 SCAMPERS. They must be cleared. 54A LICENCED NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone BABY CENTRE-323-2509 C2324-H 43A MOBILE HOMES GIVE YOUR LANDLORD KOTICE Slart on the right road for home owner ship at Look Mobile Homes. Select 12 x 60 three bedroom hoi with deluxe colonial furniture a decor. Thli week's special LOOK MOBILE HOMES Blalrmora....... 542-2363 Coalhurst....... 327-3744 EVENINGS, KARL WILDE SM-7J UN1TED SAYS GOODBYE Ihelr enllre stock of 1972 WOBIL HOMES Vnust go and at ROC bottom PRICES terms low down-paymen and financing up io 10 years 6 FARM HELP WANTED TAP MAN AND PART TIME WAITER L-quIred. Apply Mr. Joxufy, after S p.m. Outrider Tavern, El Raneho Motor Hotel. C4470-2d MANAGER CARETAKER TO tike care ot two medium shed apart- ment blocks, In city at Lethbrfdge. Apartments now occupied by older couples without children. Person should be able to taKe care of Interviewing, arranging leases, collecting rents, do- Ing minor 'maintenance work, locVins after lawns, sidewalks, and keeping apartment clean. The person must be bontJable. The position might be Ideal lor a relired couple. Apply In wrhing lo Post Office Box 305, Lelhbrldge. C4339-1F JJeath6, 16, TO WORK ON IRRIGATED have truck drivers licence or hauling beds, etc.) 327-9133. 9601-11 ELI ABLE MARRIED MAN FOR nd farm and ranch callle. St mployment. Refere hone Taber llle. Steady required. 7 FEMALE HELP WANTED ART TIME, FULL TIME Apply afler p.m., Shanghai hop suey. ci-iaa-27 EXPERIENCED TELLER REQUIRED, ilary negotiable. Apply Toronto Do- ilnlon Bank, College AlaII. Cii- RESS OPERATOR FOR DRY leaning plant. Phone On? Hour Mar- inining Dayi 335-7576, evenings 323-7060. CJ505-30 BIRTHS SNEDDEN Brian and Gary Snedden announce the birth ot their baby sister, Mary Ann, weighing in at 8 Ibs., 12 ozs. Born on September 24, 1972 at the Municipal Hospital. Proud parents Peter and Marilyn. Thanks to the doctor and staff. AMBOG Ernie and Dianne are pleased to announce the ar- rival of a baby girl, Natasha May, 8 Ibs. s ozs. Proud grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Amboe, Ft. Nelson, B.C. and Mrs. Agnes Witges, Ft. Nelson, B.C. Great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Gatto of Lethbridgc. DEATHS IILEUKA Passed away suddenly in Maple Creek, Sas- kutclwwan on Monday, Septem- ber 25, 1972, Mrs. Angelina Hteuku nt the age of 52 years of 1102 llth Avenue N. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funetral Service. C4516 DEATHS WILDE Herbert H., passed away suddenly in the city on Sunday, September 24Ui, 1972 at Hie age of 64 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mayrae Wilde of Raymond. Funeral ajrange- ments will be announced when completed. CHHISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrange- ments. LAD1FS REQUIRED WITH GOOD eteptxjne voice to do telephone survey rcm own home. No selling, phcne 273- 0442 C450S-27 ALES DEMONSTRATOR. EXCEL- ent salary plus commission. Part rime week.' Reply Box 7J, Herald. CLEANING LADY, TO START medlalety, four hours a night, nlgtits a week. Herald Box 62. 957B-27 AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS INSTRUCTORS LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE To begin October 16, 1972 DRAFTING For a period of 20 hours GENERAL SHOP PRACTICE For a period of hours FARM MACHINERY (Repair, setup and For a period of 24 weeks FARM MOTOR MECHANICS (Diesel, hydraulic, electrical, overhaul and general repair) For a period of 24 :urther Information may be obtained iy contacting the Director of Ihe School of Agriculture Dr. David Clark Application deadline Octoter o, lvJ2. "Doyouhave a pill that will bring back my go after it's 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME, CAN- aiia's leading school. FREE BRO- CHURE. National College [Alta.J, 424 6lti Ave. S.E., Calgary 72 PETS AND SUPPUES KENNEL-AIRE DOG CARRYING OR show cage. Phone 328-6469. 63 MUSIC TEACHERS VIOLIN LESSONS. O. B. A.M.C.M., 21st ST. 317-4956, BENT- Phone 7722-30S WILL TEACH PIANO AND THEORY lessons at 721 191h Sr. S. Phone Mrs. M. Tolleilrup, 328-B2il, 9317-30 Dreaming ot a "GREEN CHRIST As an Avon Representative, you can earn EXTRA CASH to pay those holiday bills. H Is easy and funl Call: 323-7J24 or Write Mrs. M, Scott, 7iU 23rd Ave. S. C442 BANK REQUIRES EXPERIENCED ledger machine operator. Apply Toronto Dominion Bank, 61! 4th Ave. S. or contact J. M. Boyle, C 4413 2; WANTED HOUSEKEEP icrtherless home. Four ichco! children, nine-fifteen years. Good wages One child welcome. Writs Joseph Scrban, R.R. 4, Verncrc, B.C. 35B7-2I WANTED LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEP "or employment lorms, Director of Personnel LETHBR1DGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LETHBRIDGE, Alberta Phone 327-2141, Ext. 216 CARL CULLER MUSIC STUDIO 314 Slh SL S. Next door lo Dalley's Keyboard Will teach beginners, ytnmg and classical and popular music- I special- lie In mc-dern piano playing method: Phone mOSQl. 64 SEWING SERVICES WILL DO SEWING home. Phone 4-6 p.m. 59 MALE-FEMALE 65 IOST AND FOUND LOST REWARD FOR SEVEN year old, neutered, male, sealpclnl Sla cal, lost In vlclnly of Dihosau Trail campground, early in August Answers to name of Tap, has REGISTERED h.one 327-5317, COCKER SPANIEL :hampion show slock. ninqs. 9411-2E 'OMPLETE SUPPLIES FOR THE roplcal fish enthusiast. Ail size: quarterns, different Ilsh, motors ieaters, llgMs, tillers, food. Phoni 3583-5 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, weeks eld, of registered slock. Black d race while. Sire's uncle nd tai s top dcg JJ5. 621 25th St. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Edmonton City Police. ACTIVE AND THRIVING MACLEOD'S authorized dealer slore located In ac- live Soufhei Hera I'd. FOR RENT Beanly Salon at 535 >31h St. N. In- cludes four chairs and four dryers. 175 per monrh Including all equipment and ullllrlEs. Phone 328-5944, C4372-1f SMALL ELECTRIC REVJ1ND SHOP and conrracling business For sals. Apply Box 462 Medlclna Hat. TABER GROCERY STORE FOR sale. On main street. Building, slock Answers to namP OT lao, nas and fixtures. Building may be boi chipped fang and lump on rib. Call ren1ed. Reason for selling Edmonton collet'. 3S25-2 wrire Box 355, Taber. 66 PERSONAL __ ___ HAVE ft wholesale business, all FARMER 33 WOULD LIKE TO MEET clrl for outings. Write Sox 83 Herald. 949M8 WANTED DRUMMER AND BASS guitarist lor counlry rock band. Phone 323-0103, after 10 p.m. 3626-28 cash account s, growing by feai bounds. We a dependable ate in your area wilh iKfl.M ml lo Invest In equipment and In' which will turn over about hvc icnthly. Income potential excepUon. DEATHS FELLGER Passed away in Calgary on Sunday, Septem- ber 24, 1972, follmying a lengthy illness, Mrs. Lydia Fcllger at tlie age of 01 years, beloved wife of MT. George H. Fellgcr of Magrath. Born in Marion, Kansas, the late Mrs. Fcllger moved to S.E. Saskatchewan with her family in 1924, to Kipp with her family to live on the homestead. Following her mar- riage in 1035 she moved to Ma- grath, where she has resided ever since. Besides her loving husband she is survived by one son, Lawrence of Magrath; one daughter, Mrs. S. K. (Irene) Lee of Picture Butte, nine grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Riehl of Hardieville, Mrs. F. (Martha) Sandy of Dawson Creek, B.C., Mrs. V. (Emma) Franklin of Salmon Arms, B.C.; four brothers, Messrs. August Langhofer of Lethtridge, Harry Langhofer of Lethbridge, Andrew Lang- hofer of Bonanza, Alberta and David Langhofer of Cochrane. vShe was predeceased by one daughter. The funeral sefrvice will be held on Thursday at 1 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMOR- IAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., with Rev. Zimmerman otficiat- ing. Interment will follow in the family plot Archmount Memor- ies ial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral TUDOR Pearl Dorothy, passed away in the city on Sat- urday, September 23rd, 1972, at [he age of 80 years. Funeral services will be held in the 10th Avenue LDS Chapel in Leth- bridge on Thursday, September 28lh at 2 p.m., with Bishop Ruedon Selk officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay thair respects from 1 p.m. p.ior to tlie service in the Relief So- ciety Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON" FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C1509 LACZO Passed away in the city on Sunday, September 24th 1572, following a lengthy illness Mrs. Franciska Laczo at the age of 83 years of Carman gay district, beloved wife of the late Mr. Emerick Laczo. Born in Hungary, the late Mrs. Lacz came ot live in the Carmangay district in 1913 and has resided there ever since. She is sur- vived by three sons, Joe of Car- mangay, Louis ot Penticlon, Amos of Carmangay; one daughter, Mrs. (Annie) J. Szarko of Lefhbridge; six -D and taka advantage ol the unbeat-fale PRICES, SELECTIONS and SERVICE on any mobile of your choice. ANONYMOUS fimyone with a efrtnlclng problem. Phons 317-E049 or nfter and area code. CONSOLIDATED CHEMICAL CORP. Freeze Dried Products Division 3515 Montrose Blvd. Suite 120 Houston, Texas 770W 531 and board. Write Glen Gorbous, y dSO Vulcan, Alberta or phone business hcuri. BU5 DRIVER WANTED flldale Readymade district. Phone rb at Enerjon Mofors at 7-5705 or 337-9778, residence. C 4507-30 Dog Catcher EQUIRED FOR THE TOWN OT OALDAi F. APPLY MOBILE HOMES Dlv United Motors Co, Ltd, Ccrner 3rd Ave. and Scenic DrTva Phone: 3J7-OB32 or 32M780 NOW1 IF YOU ARE 14 OR er start at cncc to show our excil-g lino rf Chrhtjnas cards and gilts i ends, neighbours, relatives. Earn s ol extra cash for Christmas this sy way. No experience needed. Our lourtully I1lus1ra1ed 92 page catalo-e helps you to gel plenty cf orders, today for Chrlslrnas cards on proval and free catalogue. Monarch eellng Cards, Dept. 44, 217 Cannor. amiUon, Onf. BOOKING SERVICE Dance groups lor all eccastons. clubs, etc. Phona ait-2867. AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "LisJ with the Leader" In the thriving town of Taber Men's and Boys' Wear Store. New building. New stock and This must be seen lo be appreclaled, Building can be leased- Please contact Roy Cleland at 337-4335, Exclusive. C1465-37 EHNS Are you living wilh a problem drinker n your home? There Is undersfand-nq and holp for you. PJyme Jean 327-8340, Marilyn 328-8972; Jane 327-7CBA. 44 AGRICULTURAL WANTED GOOD BALED DRY STRAW delivered to Fort Macleod. Phone "34-1 Reallar can gtjsranfee you success n Real Eifale bul we can give you nest answers to your questions at LOCK BROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVlCfc LTD. or personal Interview call Frank ncrdi al 329-1014 (days) or Self-Divorce Kit For Only Phone 261-3032 Or Write To: No. 4-207-4lh St., Calgary 45 AUTOS MALE HEIP WANTED UW-19A5 CHEVEL.I.E OR Beaumont two door hardtop- Or may colder WW-1945 Chevrolet Impala. Phono WG-B471, V a.m. 3 p.m. SALES arge company requires a represent-ive for the Letftbridgn area. sales and prcducl training irovlded at Calgary branch, tftice and Mario head office. Base Income Is >rovided commensurate with require-nenls. Supplemented wilh Incentive ncome. Excellent chances to evcntua -y advance Info management. Write OK 49 r Herald. 9577- SERVICES AND CASH PAID For cars and trucKs or will accept consignment. TOWN i COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 328-3654 TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings, repair worfc. Phona 32B-7362 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY Estate Sales-Person Required IMMEDIATELY preferred but not ssential. Guaranteed income and highest commission paid. Apply in wriling to P.O., Box 1146, Lethbridge, Alberta. VACUUM SALES AND SERVICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETHBRIDGE Extractor Man for wash floor Apply in person to Lelhbrldge Laundry T818 3rd Ave. S. MONEY TO INVEST IN SUSI-ness. Write box 76, Herald. 9450-27 47 LIVESTOCK STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, efc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S, Phone 323-5114. Agencies (1972) Limited College Mall. Phone 328-3331 The wildest facility available. We consider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. C44S9-30 DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF Charge. LFTHBR1DGE RENDERING. Phone 323-133S, Lelhbrltfge. AND RESIDENTIAL WINDOW CLEANING, LHiHT FIXTURE CLEANING AND EAVES-TROUGH CLEANING. PHONE 328-3795. HORSES ALL TYPES AND SIZES. ALSASK PROCESSORS, John Drewry Phono 318-3911. MORTGAGES AVAILABLE M 1 D T O W H will lend you money on Ihe equity In your home. We and processing. Wholesale meal ant livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Pficna 327-30-13, Lethbridge. C Man fo apprentice as Pressman REQUIRED BY ONE OF LETH BRIDGE'S LARGH5T PRINTING SHOPS. SHOULD HAVE SOME MEGHAN CAL ABILITY, FAIK KNOWLEDG OF MATHEfAATICS, UNDER AGE 2 STATING AGE, QUAL1F CATIONS, REFERENCES, ETC., TO BOX 77, HERALD X 31 SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes of washers and cfryers, automatic or conventional. Alia all small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, elc. No lob too large or too small. LETHBRIOGE APPLIANCE, VDS 3rd) Ave. Phone 327-445i. IMMEDIATELYI DRIVER FOR CITY ROUTE MUST KNOW CITY WELL. REFERENCES REQUIRED MUST BE BONDABLE. Apply In perjon to IETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY, 1818 3RD AVE, S. 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES to 50 per cent or more no special qualifications J1JM Io For Tasr confidential service, call-Norm Giesbrechl, 327-2181) evenings and weekends, 328-0005, Mrdtown Mortgages and Loans Ltd. Out-of-town enquiries 1265 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge welcome, C4124-70ct WANTED MEN'S SKIS, POLE and size 10 boots. 327-699J. SAWS MOTOR MOWER PARTS AND SERVICE PHONE 327-2669 FOUR-15 IN. HUB CAPS TO FIT 1J7 Plymouth. Phone MWWfl, ELECTRIC ROAD RACE SET 1 workable condition. Preferably Tyc Aurora. aifer 4 p.m. ROTTED fAANURE AND TOP-s-oll. Phof.e 328-3269, Lethbridge. WANTED WOOD LATHE WIT at least 12 In. swing and three i bed. Must be In good condition. Rep advising price to Box 85, NO DELIVERY CHARGE. Phone J38 6355. REQUIRES Experience mala employee f o men's suite departrnenl. cffer a excel lenT range of company benefjl en purchases, 40 hour and pa vacations. Apply In person. Simpsons-Sears Personnel Office Centre Village Mail HOSPITAL PERSONNEL TREE SURGERY FREE Pruning, Irimmlng and lelf-ing. Call 323-2094, SCRAP STEEL CAST IRON COPPER Brass CONTRACTS Batteries. VARZARI IRON LT SCRAP YARD, 3304 2nd Ave. Phone 333-93J7. OF NURSING For W bed active treatment hospital Responsible for directing and coordinating 1hc 1otAl nursing care pro gram. Nursing unit ad mini if ration course completion or equivalent- perience preferred. Please apply o-ADMIMISTRATOR HIGH R1VER GENERAL HOSPITAL BOX 450 HIGH RIVER, ALBERTA Blue Spruce, Wh Spruce and Green Ash, up lo IS ft. fall. Oirr specialty moving and transplanting of larger trees. 327-6172r alter 4 p.m. B J1LDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson a nt Sofenion Cons true tfon, 1020 71 h Ave S. Phone 327-6487. C7377-I HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave, S, Phone 327-fi3fiT WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328 5745, C193t POULTRY AND GROWN, YOUNG FRYING and roasling chickens. 4] cents per lb., pan reidy, on doien lofs. cfe livery. Aha custom Wiling, K. Oycfc Coaldale. Phone 345-J374, Monday tember 18 lo Friday, September ?2 open only after 4 p.m. SCRAP IRON REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING garage, kitchens, cabinets, ba ti rooms, ceramic er 24, 1972, Barbara of Grassy at age 64 years. Born Osmond, North Dakota, Angus 1908, she came to Grassy e with her parents in 1917 ihe married at Grassy Lake February 21, 1928 and has mad< :er home there until Ihe timi of her passing. Mrs. Ell was a member of the CWL in Grassy jake for the past 23 years. Sur fivers include her husband Lawrence, Grassy Lake; one son, Deloyd, Lethbridge; tw daughters, Mrs. Marie Hoffcr Lcthbritlge, Mrs. Pauline Mil ler, Bow Island; four grandehi! three brothers, Joe Frank and Andrew Gross, all o Grassy Lake; four sisters, Mrs liuvella Ell, Grassy Lake, Mrs Mary Unser, Foremost, Mrs Paulino Unser, Bow Islam Mrs. Helen Roth, Bow Island Prayers will be said in Assum] lion Roman Catholic Church i Grassy Lake on Tuesday, Sep tember 26 (tonight) at p.m Funeral services will be con dueled from Assumptio Reman Catholic Church, Grass Lake on Wednesday, Septembt 27 at 11 a.m., with Rev. Fathe James Lynn celebrant. Inte ment will follow in Assumptio Cemetery, Grassy Lake. In lie of flowers, donations to the Ca: cer Society, care of Oddii Dnig, Taber appreciate! IIII M P H R I F, S FIJNERA HOME LTD., Taber, in charg of arrangements. Marcos signs sweeping and decree MANILA (AP) President erdinand Marcos signed a veeping land reform decree reopened elementary cliools, announced more ar- es Is and said on the fourth day martial law that It was de- lared "for the good of the people" of tlus Island nation ol 7 million. The president made those an- ouncemcnts and others in two ational television broadcasts, first public appearances ince Salurday, after signing he martial law declaration Fri- ay. Marcos said the decree pro- laimed the entire country a and reform area. "Agriculture s the basic activity in our eco- omic he added. About 65 per cent of the popu- ation is engaged in farming. Also see Page 17. Two hacked to death JOHANNESBURG, South Af- rica (licuter) men were hacked lo death and eight oth- ers badly injured when hun- dreds of Zulus armed with guns and clubs fought a pitched battle with each other here dur- ing the night. Police were searching the al- leys of Newtown, near the city's main meat and vegetable) market, for more possible lims of the second violent Zulu fight in the city in M hours. Five Zulus were taken to hos- pital Monday wilh bullet wounds alter about 120 of them clashed briefly in the street. The clashes arc believed to be the result cf a longstanding dispute over the alleged rape of a number of Zulu women in La- dysmith, Natal, about 13 months ago. HASH SEIZED MELBOURNE, Australia (Tteuter) Drug-squad police, seized hashish worth in C4512 a raid on a restaurant ;