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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED Hairdresser wanted for Bonnydale Beauty Salon Phone 328-1637 or 327-6830 C2323-29 Require truck driver for corral clean- ing operation Phone 327-1803 _______________726-1 CARPENTER REQUIRED To supply and Instal three overhead doors on Village garage, small amount of concrete work. Contact Village of Coutts. C2325-1 Required immediately Journeyman auto mechanic, Journeyman body mechanic, farm machinery mechanic, sales representative for auto and machinery. Top wages Company pension plan, group insurance. Write P O Box 820, Cardston or phone 653-3346, for appointment C2324-29 65 HELP WANTED Good wages, agile person, mm age 3fl Light work 328-R911 633-11 Driver for city deliveries Phone 328- 4882 557.28 APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL NOON OCTOBER 22, 1973 FOR A GRADER OPERATOR FOR THE CARDSTON WOOLFORD SPRING COULEE DISTRICT SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO Mr. R W Legge Secretary Manager M D of Cardston No. 6 Cardstor. Alberta C2330-1 PRINTING SALESPERSON Experienced person required capable of handling top level ac- counts Good basis will be provided, but ability to develop new accounts essential Salary commissions, group benefits Persona1 resume re- quired Interviews by appointment only COMMERCIAL PRINTERS (CALGARY) LTD 121011THAVE S W.CALGARY PHONE 244-8966 558-29 MECHANIC Will consider third or fourth year apprentice Offering recen" increase in salary, and five day work week with above average company benefits Contact Service Manager Dunlop Ford Sales Phone 328-8861 C2335-4 Sales Representative Sales representative required for Lethbridge area Salary commen- with experience. Ca- and ex- penses provided Please submit resume in confidence MR. J HUSBAND DOMTAR CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS LTD 13007 149th STREET EDMONTON, ALTA 727-29 COUNTY OF MINBURN NO Vegreville Alberta 27 Written applications are invited by the undersigned to October 5, 1973. for the position of ACCOUNTANT Formal training essential Experience in school municipal ac- counting desirable loiinblo Mould include all perti- md references nko tsurer Counly of Mmburn No 27 Veqrcville Alberta 399-29h THE RAYMOND AND DISTRICT RECREATION BOARD, RAYMOND, HAS AN IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR A MAINTENANCE MAN TO ASSUME MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE DUTIES OF THE ARTIFICIAL ICE ARENA IN THE WINTER AND THE MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE DUR- ING THE SUMMER. SEVERAL YEARS OF APPLIED EXPERIENCE DESIREABLE COMPETITION FOR THIS POSITION WILL CLOSE SEPTEMBER 30th SALARY TO BE NEGOTIATED. APPLY TO THE SECRETARY, RAYMOND AND DISTRICT RECREATION BOARD, BOX 661 RAYMOND. ALBERTA C2122-29h SHIFT ENGINEER There is a position open in the POWER PLANT for qualified SHIFT ENGINEER ASSISTANT WAGE S5 30 hourly HOURS OF WORK Rotating shift work (Five day work week) QUALIFICATIONS The successful applicant must possess Alberta Government 500 h p Third Class Certificates and should have con- siderable experience preferrably in Steam Electric Generating plant operation For further information and applica- tion forms contact PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Lethbridge, Alberta Journeyman steam and gas fitter looking for full time employment. Phone 328-7315 School bur drivers wanted for Coaldale-McNally district Phone Herb Moch, Enerson's, 327-5705 Res 327-9968 C2282-28 Ambitious persons wanted on a part time basis with top wages for large jewellery firm Interviews are now be- ing taken by calling 328-8506. 8-tf Required immediately diesel Mechanic (Bus Driver) Call Northern Bus Lines, 327-3536 C1450-H Firestone Stores. Lethbridge requires part time, full time general duties per- sonnel Phone Pat Asplund.327-8548 for appointment C2236-tf Experienced hairdresser required for southern Alberta town. Phone Fort Macleod 234-3911, after 6 p.m 234 3571 695-11 Person with knowledge of loading to work in yard Also some truck driving NATIONAL SALVAGE LTD C2303-tf Qualified drum instructor required immediately Good income potential for the right individual For further in- formation phone Mr Reading, Teaching Supervisor, 328-0122. ________________________697-29 Christmas bells jingle So does the money you can make in your spare time as an AVON REPRESENTATIVE 328-7424, or write Mrs M 2514 23rd Ave S C2275-2 Plant engineer required to look after all maintenance of equipment and building Should have some knowledge of electricity welding and mechanics, etc Apply McGavm Toastmaster Ltd C2274-28 Exclusive Territories available with Fuller Brush Co Ltd throughout the south Good renumeration Must have late model car Phone 328- 0952 529-1 Applications are now being taken for a salesperson in tne furniture department Apply in person. Per- sonnel Department. Woolco Depart- ment Store C2290-29 Ambitious youthful person for magazine, warehouse and delivery work Must have driver's licence Phone Dick HadlmgtOn, 329-3372 for interview appointment C2296-28 Local aggressive retail outlet is in need of two or thre'e good harworkmcj persons, looking for a long secure future Application in own handwriting to box 67, Herald to ob- tain interview C1985-K Fully experienced person for alterations in men's wear store Must be able to do alternations on men's and women s clothes State ex- perience and wages expected Write Box 89 Herald C2226-29 Expanding real estate company has openings for sales representatives Male or female Experience preferred but not necessary Apply in writing giving full particulars including sales experience to P O Box 1146, Lethbridge All inquiries answered C2212-tf Earn P v t r a money by showing Cnn Kin finest line of Christmas cntrl' wrips novnllios rtc Over 350 itpms r0r colored catalogue sampln1 (on approval) and prompt sfrvicr. Jcjandroi Grpclinq Card Co Ltd Km'] c.t F Hamilton Out mo 9036-29S 68 DOMESTIC Houvkeeper required Live-in Take over motherless home Three children Write Box 92, Herald ______________________559-2 Executive and old son require reliable lull time homemaker five days per week Freedom for right person Salary open 329-3460, after P 453-1 69 FARM _____________________ Truck driver for hauling sugar beets Phone 345-3898, 345-4183 405-28 Married couple wanted for dryland farm and cattle operation. Two bedroom modern house Phone 223- 8293. Taber 776-6 Married couple for mixed farm cow calf operation Steady employment Going wages House and utilities supplied Phone 328-6847 or 867- 2343. Foremost 349-28 Experienced person for dairy farm operation bordering town of Card- ston Two bedroom house supplied Wages and bonus Prefer references Contact Theron L Smith. Phone 653- 4281. Cardston 560-tf 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL DIRECTOR OF NURSING Required for 68 bed active treatment hospital Experience preferred but not essential Apply in writing stating qualifications and references to. ADMINISTRATOR ST CATHERINE'S HOSPITAL P 0 BOX 507 LAC LA BICHE ALBERTA C2013-6octh NURSING INSTRUCTOR PSYCHIATRY B Sc penence Individuals with penence preferred date as soon as possible in Nursing plus related ex- teaching ex- Applications to be sent directly to Dr L L Lewchuk Director School of Nursing University of Alberta Hospital 112 St 84 Ave Edmonton. Alberta T6G 2B7 C2262-3 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 Applications will not after October 2. 1973 be accepted C2322-29 WANTED Utilities Officer The Municipal District of Pincher CreeK No 9 invites applications for thp position of Utilities Officer Duties will include assisting in the organization of rural gas co- operatives and other utilities, assist wth the inspection and installation of gas utility distribution systems and the inspection of service lines The applicant should be able to ad- vise in areas of design standards, construction, utility billing and safety The successful applicant would be required to attend a provincial train- ing program and pass a required ex- amination Salary will be based on qualifications and experience Please submit application with resume of experience and references lo the undersigned prior to October 9. 1973 K E Phillips Secretary-Treasurer M D of Pinchcr Creek No 9 Box 279 PINCHER CREEK. Alia TOK 1WO C2329-1 RADIUM, B C Require an experienced meat cutter or meat manager in Radium This is a permanent position Salary will com- mensurate with experience Phone Gerald Kebe days (604) 347-9600 or ,after6pm (604) 342-6666 or write to Box 249 Radium. B C 648-3 MANAGER RL-QUIRED FOR THE LABOR CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE FORWARD APPLICATIONS TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, LABOR CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE, STATING QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE APPLICATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED UP TO SEPTEMBER 29. 1973 C2108-29 WANTED Journeyman Machinists. WAGE RATE S4 45 to S4 68 per hour Liberal fringe benefits Apply Personnel Manager Dominion Glass Company Limited Redchff, Alberta C2265-28 VANDA BEAUTY COUNSELOR Offers you excellent income by sell- ing our fine products and Christmas gifts in your spare time. For appoint- ment write Mrs Stannard. 2642 South Parkside Drive Lethbndoe Phone 328-9842 or 327-2523. C2079-28 66 OFFICE. CLERICAL Wanted secretary for Coaldale of- fice Typing shorthand, dictaphone Apply Box 1360, Coaldale or 345- 4416 530-1 Receptionist stenographer, five days a week. Hours 9 a m.-5 p m. Monday to Fnday Write Block Bros. National Real Estate Service Ltd., 1240 3rd Avenue South C2349-1 GULF OIL Canada Ltd. Requires immediately PART TIME BOOKKEEPER Service has opening for a bookkeeper who will perform clerical, filing anj order taking functions. Working schedule will be morning half days although some full days will be required Any experience in the oik farm or transportation industries would be considered an asset, although complete training will be supplied Successful candidate should be able to furnish their own transportation Reply giving full resume to Gulf Service Centre. P 0 Box SS1-1-26. Lethbridge C2337-1 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL wanted Steady position Apply in person to Park Motor Hptel C2244-28 required. Apply in person Golden Bridge Restaurant C1727-29S Part time personnel to wait on bar tables on weekends. Apply George Hoveling, El Rancho Outrider Tavern after 6pm C2331-4 WAITER WAITRESS REQUIRED MONDAY TO FRIDAY 8AM TO 4 P M EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS APPLY VENTURA INN RESTAURANT, COALDALE PHONE 345-4811 C2304-29 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'? 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 and womon of all ages No previous tram- mq or experience required. For complete details, call Roy A 815-Thirc Ave So PHONE 327-3712 EVENINGS PHONE 327-8126 C1730-29S tiu SERVICES AMD REPAIRS Kirbv Vacuum Sales And Service Company of Lethbridge 328- 8962 C3751-K Southern Stamp and Sten- stamps corporate seals, daters etc Same day service 1233 2nd Ave S PHONE 328-5114 C6924-W 84 GARDENING___________________ Landscaping, sales and moving of mature trees Spruce Tree Farms Ltd 328-5806 9002-31oct Top soil for sale Fertilized top soil Animal refuse matter Phone 1-222- 2283. Wrentham. Alberta 634-29 Trees pruned or removed by quali- fied horticulturist Free estimates Phone 328-7672__________9938-28 McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates Pruning, trimming and felling Call 328-2094, 327- 1323 7030-tf Heavy duty rototillmg, mowing grass, high weeds and landscaping Satisfaction guaranteed 327- 1227 9645-10Oct. Still Available! EVERGREENS SHADE TREES UP TO 12 FT ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERINS SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE ALTA 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS C8640-H 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Afghan for sale Male, two years old 328-3295 423-29 Purebred black Lab pups S50 732- 4781 Picture Butte 650-29 Collie puppies for sale Phone 345- 3938____________________762-29 Half Siamese kittens Box trained FREE. Phone 328-1668. 730-1 Siamese kittens for sale Phone 328- 0061 728-29 French Poodle pups two black and three apricot for sale Phone 328- 0308 729-4 Sealpoint'''Sin ese kittens for sale House broke Phone 327-4844 572-28 Going away9 Make reservations for your pet Southalta Boarding Kennels, Barnwell. 223-4130 C2297-260ct FOR SALE Cocker Spaniel pup- pies purebred, not registered, Phone 627-3257, Pincher Creek. 667-29 Lethbridge and District Kennel Club reminds purebred dog owners that. DOG SHOW ENTRIES CLOSE for the October doq show and obedience trial forms may be ob- tained from the show secretary, Mrs. Diane Blackmer, P.O Box 1101, Coaldale. Alberta Phone 345- 4508 778-1 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Small grocery store in residential area of thriving south Alberta town. Box 837, Claresholin Phone 235- 3C36 484-1 Revenue property Good (we suite apartment Priced af 000 down For informa- tion write Box 644, Summerland, B C Phone 494-4201 432-2S HARDWARE STORE In thriving south side mall, showing excellent return on investment. Ex- clusive Key Realty Insurance 328-6671 i_______________________C2277-28 Alignment and general repair business in four bay rented shop, located in rapidly expanding com- munity Major equipment includes Dynavision, aligner, large bay lift, compressor, chain hoist and frame' Other tools and mechanical aids too1 numerous to list Owner selling due to better offer m another area of. automotive industry and wishes to take only personal hand tools Excep- tionally reasonable Phone 223-4373' or 223-2627, evenings. Taber 561-3 Friday, September 28, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 25 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY" Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S Phone 328-5548 C5216-tf 75 MUSIC TEACHERS Violin lessons 0 B Bentsen. A N C M 6W, 63221stSt S Phone 327- 8082-tf 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT THE MOON GLOWS Music for all occasions PHONE DON CODY 327-6592, AFTER 7PM 9701-tfh EMERY S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE-DANCE GROUPS AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS ETC PHONE 328- 2867 C4951-H 78 LOST AND FOUND Lost Large nine year old Sealpomt Siamese male Answers to Festus East Lakeview area 328-8789.605-29 Lost black female kitten from 741 17th St N Phone 328-7077 569-28 Lost Boy's blue plaid wool jacket. Vicinity Hamilton School grounds. Reward 328-7919 698-29 Lost Two Doberman Pmschers. Male and female From Glenwood. Reward Phone 626-3562. 777-29 Lost Toy Pomeranian Answers to Kelly, in Coaldale Brown-black hair. Very valuable Reward Phone 327- 5616 or Coaldale Police 666-29 Lost Vicinity 5 Ave A and 12 St S. Full grown black and white spotted male cat Child's pet Reward Phone 327-0348 747-1 79 PERSONAL ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Anyono with a drinking problem phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after 7 30 p in Alone Sundays or any day of the week'' Come and see our Club Card parties and dances Completely free once or twice With or without escort We qet you acquainted Any day from 1 to 11 p m Phone 329-0955 482-tf FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P O BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA SHIRLEY, 327-6292, JEAN. 327-8340 1686-tfh Birth Control and Information Centre Counspllinq information and referrals ronrpminq birth control VD. un- wnmod pregnancies sterilization G-oup presentations available 542 7th St S Phono 328-0196 __________ C1393-K 80 SERVICES AND BEPAI8S M i ill's Srrvico Services ill M nl n ishor. ,ind drypis i ifi- or onvi'iitionnl Also nil Jt i mi cs l.nvn movers i i i 11 i I IMPIS PU No job 1" i' i" tin) MII ill I I THDRIDGE AT" i I, I Urt AVP S Phono 1 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Store for rent at present established confectionery. With living quarters and garage Also satisfactory for other type of business Located at 328-13th St N Phone 328-2150 9113-tf GOING CONCERN Owner's retiring after 27 years in this thriving restaurant, grocery, gift shop business located on Main Street, Bow Island Includes land building, equipment, inventory, etc for only S58.925 full price MLS. SUBWAY REALTY PHONE 329-4222 C2143-H SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1973) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "List with the leader" Multiple Listing Service Modern Beauty Salon business downtown Lethbridge with four stations Equipment included Phone Peggy Roelofs at 327-5892 Ex- clusive C2294-29 ROYAL TRUST 323 7th ST. S. Phone 328-7768 COAST-TO-COAST REALTORS BEAUTY PARLOURS Two businesses one located in Bellevue and one in Coleman to be sold separately or as one complete unit Full line of equipment included. Both draw clientele from several small towns in the area These businesses are both in operation at the present with steady customers Call JACK WYATT 328-2432 for more information on these two businesses C2185-tf WANTED MANAGER COUPLES Who are willing to invest and be one- half owners of a new concept in high income storage rental units. An in- vestment of 25 to 35 thousand will provide you with living quarters, plus 10% of gross income, plus 50% of remaining net income The above can return to you your original investment within two to three years, with future expansion and growth potential, re- quiring no further investment This business can be operated without disturbing your present business or job Opportunity available, Lethbridge, Calgary, Edmonton, Great Falls Write Ed O'Haire, Box 84, Lethbridge Herald 326-29 ASTRO REALTY LTD. Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 "TRANSPORT BUSINESS" Lucrative Lethbridge trucking husinpss for sale Good hauls and contacts Albprta and Saskatchewan runninq lights Books Open to serious buyers This is a five man operation' Rp.ison for spllmq health Ex- clt ISIVP CALL AN ASTRO REALTOR APARTMENT BUSINESS Tlv" by fourplex (12 suitos) only two VP.V. old Each suite has own forced 11 dun ice hot water tank, stove tpftKiPMior .ind dr.ipes These units IKKV N'y qood return and must be SPI" In IIP appip; i.lti-d M t S CALL AN ASTRO REALTOR" MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave. South 3283251 C7769-tf 90 CONTRACTS_______________ Economy painting and decorating Very neat, very reasonable Phone noon or evenings 328-4570 5542-tf Painters Qualified work guaranteed. Free estimates Phone 328-6911 7169-tf Fences repaired, built Miscellaneous building Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, etc Hauling Jim 327-5087. 328-3983 2480A-H Garage building cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-tf Fred Stemer cement work, old basements dug water proofing In- sured free estimates Phone 327- 8286 C3661-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING 328-5745 C1936-tf J O CONCRETE Quality cement work and Bobcat work sidewalks, patios, driveways, etc Reasonable prices. Phone 327-' 3432 Free estimates 9885-tf PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Cou- ncil of the M D of Cardston No 6 intends to pass a Development Control By-law, a copv of which may be inspected at the M D Office during regular office hours A Public Meeting pertaining to the By-taw will be held Monday, October 22 1973at2pm at the M. D office. Persons wishing to submit represen- tations shall do so in writing to the Council by 12 noon October OR By appointment may make oral submission at the public meeting, as an individual, or local group of resid- ence, or property owner, or the public at larqe R W Legge Secretary Manager M D of Cardston No 6 Cardston Alberta __________________________S8? KINTLA EXDLORATIONS LIMITED TENDERS Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned up to P.M MST, November 15. 1973 at the com- pany office at St, Ed- monton. Alberta The contract will entail construc- tion of to 2 miles of road, bull- dozing and loading of an exposed dip slope bed, and hauling of the ore to Cranbrdook, British Colum- bia, a distance of 70 miles A min- imum of tons up to a max- imum of tons are to be extracted yearly Arrangements to examine the min- ing location can be made by con- tacting the undersigned The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted E Goble. President Kmtla Explorations Limited S 31 VILLAGE OF BURDETT Notice is hereby given under the provisions of the Tax Recovery Act, the Village of Burdett will offer for sale by public auction at the Village office, Burdett, the 12th day of Oc- tober. 1973 at 4.00 p m the following parcel of land Lots 29. 30 and 31 Block 13 Plan 248A This parcel will be offered for sale subject to the approval of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, and subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and condi'ions contain- ed m the existing certificate of title Terms Cash Redemption may be effected by pay- ment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time prior to the date of the sale Dated at the Village of Burdett in the Province of Alberta this 10th day of August 1973 A T Litt. Secretary-treasurer S87 Natural gas search 011 in Montana GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) The publisher of the Montana Oil Journal says un- precedented activity is seen in north-central Montana in the search for natural gas. Publisher Al Raymond said here the search is focusing in Montana's northern tier of counties He said more than 200 tests seeking were drilled last week The tests took place in Hill. Blaine and Cholcau counties. BIRTH PAVKA Janice and Miles wish to announce the birth of their daughter, Victoria Ann, born September in St. Michael's Hospital. 748 DEATHS LEDUKE Passed away in the city on Wednesday, September Mr. Vance Leduke at the age of 43 years of 309 10th St. S. The late Mr. Leduke was a veteran of the Korean War A graveside ser- vice will be held on Saturday, September 29, 1973, with Rev. Derek Hoskin .officiating. Interment will follow in Moun- tain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C2350 KURD Rae Lofgren, passed away Wednesday, September 26, 1973, in Salt Lake City, Utah at the age of 77 years, beloved wife of the late Wallace Kurd formerly of Cardston. She leaves to mourn her passing, two daughters, Mrs. Orvin (June) Russell and Mrs. Stirling J. Paul both of Salt Lake City; 12 grandchildren; six great- grandchildren, and one brother, Lee Lofgren of St. George, Utah. Graveside ser- vices will be held Monday, Oc- tober 1. 1973. at p.m. in the Cardston Cemetery. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Cardston Directors of Funeral Service. C2352 WARBURTON Passed away in the city on Wednesday, September 26th, 1973 following a brief illness, Mr Charles Warburton at the age of 66 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Mary Warburton of Milk River. Born and educated in Belfast, Northern Ireland the late Mr. War- burton served in the Royal Airforce for seven years prior and during the Second World War. In 1948 he came to Canada to Milk River, where he was employed by the Coun- ty of Warner, retiring as Superintendent of Maintenance after 20 years of service. He has continued to reside in Milk River until his passing. He was a member of the BPOE and the Senior Citizens of Milk River. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one son, Mr. Jack Warburton of Lethbridge, one daughter. Mrs. D. C. (Iris) Paskall of Brooks, Alberta; three grandchildren; two sisters in Eastern Canada, one sister in Ireland, one sister in England, and by three brothers, Mr. Fred Warburton of Warner and by two brothers in Ireland. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. Paul's United Church in Milk River, with Rev. Charles Vickerson of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Milk River Cemetery, Friends may pay their respects at the Church from 1 p.m. until service time. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice. C2351 CARD OF THANKS .THOMAS -2-1 wish to thank 'all those who called on me or sent cards on the occasion of my birthday. A special thanks to the "Happy Old Timers" for the little party. always keep you in my thoughs Thomas, Picture Butte. 731-28 IN MEMORIAM. RITCHIE In loving memory of our dear Mother Mary Florence Ritchie, who passed away on September 28, 1969. remembered Ever loved. Marie and Phyllis and their families. 732 First taste of oil spill VANCOUVER (CP) The city got its first real taste Thursday of the oil spill from the pre-dawn collision Tues- day of two freighters at the entrance to Vancouver harbor Tuesday. Ambleside Beach in West Vancouver, which had been fouled earlier, was almost clear Thursday as the first oil began to hit the city's Kit- silano Beach and the Stanley Park shoreline. At the same time Bowen Island began to report fish kills along the eastern shore of the island at the entrance of Howe Sound. Bob McLaren, regional director of the environmental protection service, said weather will determine when other pockets of free-floating oil will come to shore. He said the first priority was the freighter Erawan because a sudden storm could release still more oil from the booms surrounding the ship. About gallons of oil poured into the waters of Eng- lish Bay from the huge gash in the British-owned Erawan, which was holed amidships by the Japanese container ship Sun Diamond. A further gallons of oil was contained by the booms. New charges are levelled in Montana CP Air vote on Saturday VANCOUVER CP Air machinists will vote Saturday on a settlement proposal worked out by federal mediator Douglas Cameron The machinists, whose last contract expire April 20, have been on strike since July 25 in a dispute over wages and fringe benefits The unions said the strike has cost CP Air about million with a wage loss to the machinists of million. Quarantined ADAK ISLAND. Alaska (AP) Emergency supplies were flown into Ada'k Island in Alaska's Aleutian Island chain Thursday after the island was quarantined following-dis- covery ol meningitis The quarantine was ordered by navy authorities after three cases of the illness were diagnosed by physicians late Wednesday. GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) New charges have been levied against the 1972 election campaign of Gover- nor Thomas Judge. The Great Falls Tribune says failure by the Judge cam- paign organization to report spent on a voter survey violated state election laws. The Tribune said Judge and other Democratic candidates share in the cost of the study. Businessmen in the Flathead Valley allegedly financed Judge's share, but did not include mention of the study in reports filed with the secretary of state. Earlier. The Tribune reported that the governor failed to report more than 000 in campaign contributions. That allegation is under investigation by Lewis and Clark County attorney Thomas Dowling. Funeral held for ex-mayor EDMONTON (CP) Funeral services were held here for a lormer Edmonton Mayor. M. E. Evans, who died recently at the age of 97. Mr Evans was born in Toronto and received a degree from the University of Toronto in 1897. For'four years from 1900 he was business manager of the Win- nipeg Telegram and arrived in Edmonton in 1906. For two years during the 1930s, he served as financial adviser to the Alberta government. Mr. Evuns was president of the Edmonton Board of Trade in 1916 and was elected mayor of the city in 1918 Bronze cairn dedicated to tribe NORDEGG (CP) Chief John Snow, spiritual leader of the Stoney Indian Band, and Premier Peter Lougheed dedicated a 20-foot, teepee- shaped bronze cairn to the tribe. Before the ceremony, at the site of the Bighorn Dam near this community 130 miles southeast of Edmonton, the premier presented Chief Snow with a letter transferring 080 acres to the band for the tribe's cultural use The dam. a joint develop- ment of the province and Calgary Power Ltd., has formed'a lake on land originally used by the Sioneys During construction. Indian leaders voiced concern about graves and the fate of several cabins in the area. The government responded by moving 20 graves to a new location at the lake's west end and built two cabins there. Bill Yurko, environment minister, unveiled a small rock cairn on the shore of the lake, named Abraham after Silas Abraham, a well-known guide and outfitter who was born in the early 1870s. The lake flooded an area that was known as Abraham Flats. Mr. Abraham died in 1965 and was buried on the Big Horn Reserve at Nordegg. Senate votes to reduce U.S. troops WASHINGTON (AP) -The Senate has voted for a 23-per- cent reduction in United States land-based troops overseas, despite objections that such a cut would weaken the U.S. in negotiations with the Soviet Union. The 48-to-36 vote Thursday night was the third this week on reducing the U.S. force overseas. On Wednesday, a 40- percent reduction was adopted tentatively only to be overturned on a subsequent vote. Republican Senators John Tower of Texas and Strom Thurmond of South Carolina argued that a reduction would make it difficult for President Nixon to negotiate for troop cuts by both the U.S. and the Soviet Union. But Senator Hubert Humph- rey (Dem Minn.) chief spon- sor of the compromise, said the amendment would allow the president to decide where to make withdrawals, and that most could come from Asia and the Pacific without dis- turbing the NATO force in Europe FACES HOUSE TEST The amendment now must go to the House of Represen- tatives where three similar attempts have failed. It orders a reduction of troops by next June 30. and another by Dec. 31, 1975. The reductions would be made from the land- based troops stationed in 34 countries Sea-based forces are exempt. B.C. is next for mail code VANCOUVER (CP) Postmaster General Andre Ouellet today announced the introduction of Canada's new postal code to British Colum- bia and the Yukon Mr. Ouellet told a news conference that the code, a combination of six numbers and letters designed for automated mail-sorting, is "the most far reaching change in the history of the post office The system now is in opera- tion throughout Canada west of the Maritimes, which will link up in November The Postmaster General said letters telling B.C., residents what their code is and how it works 'will be in the mail soon. NEW HEAD CHOSEN SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) The new president of the International Association of Chiefs of Police is Francis Looney, deputy commissioner of the New York City police department. Looney replaces Don Doming, chief of police of Wmnetka. 111. ;