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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 79 PERSONAL PEN FRIENDS IN CANADA WANTED urgently; dll ages. The Pen Society, (U. Chorley, Lanes, Ensland. 9954-7 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone vyith a drlnklnj problem. Phone 327-8W? or 328-3244. after p.m. EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. VICE-DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328-2867. TEENS Are you living with problem drinker in your home? There is understand- ing and Help for you- Phone Jean 327-8340, Marilyn 328-8972; 327. 7086. 5383-tfh I TIMOTHY 5; 16 Can I answer someone's Conservative, in- leillsent and cpen-minded evangelical gentleman, 23, enjoys outdoors, dining, mtsic, tennis, swimming. Active youth worker. Would like to correspond, meet lady 24-30. Children welcome. Box 139, Herald; INCOME TAX INDIVIDUAL, FARM and BUSINESS RETURNS MILO DOUGLAS 917 27th ST. A M. PHONE 328-0330, 323-1705 C603M3A LONESOME? STAYING AT HOME? HOT KNOWING WHAT TO DO? LACKING FRIENDS AND COM- PANIONS? if you are single or unattached loin our selective and vncst congenial: CLUB IN TOWN For further information please call 327-2138 1 p.m. 10 p.m. dsily Saturdays 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. C8033-6 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRYERS AND ROASTERS. PAN ready. Free delivery, custom killing. H. Dyck, Phone M5-3224. C8382-tf PETS AND SUPPLIES PUREBRED BLACK MINIATURE female poodle pup for sale. Phone 327-5179. 99JO-7 BLACK LAB PUPPIES. TOP BLOOD lines. Jim Taylor, Box Coaldalc. Phone 245-3591. EXOTiC REGIIfTERED AFGHAN pups. Phone 242-9367, Calgary. 9801-16 PUREBRED BLACK MINIATURE female pxdle. Eight weeks old. Phone 327-5179. 9836-10 HUSK1E PUP FOR Phone 327-7377, after SALE. MALE. p.m. 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BUYS A TWO CHAIR BARBER shop in High River. This is a going concern. .Reason for selling ill health. Phone M3-2881, High River. DO YOU DREAM OF OWNING A successful business. One you can build with pride and integrity while you j keep your regular job. That cpportun- ity exists but if takes work and ini- tiative. Write to Box 133, Herald to learn how. 9703-13 90 CONTRACTS C AND J EQUIPMENT COMPAC- tlon concrete equipment, Bobcat loaders, heaters. Phone 328-X745. U10 2nd Ave. S. FOR RUMPUS ROOMS, KITCHEN cupboards, remodelling and repairs Phone B. Raven. 327-3ZW. Fret esti- mates. ________________ C6492-U ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- 5745 DO YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or repairs In your home? E and L Construction. Phone 323-2237. 7699-tf Tr.ur.doy, April 5, 1973 THf LfTHMIDCi HERALD 27 Liberals split on bilingualism GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenscrt Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone C7377-H FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8284. PUBLIC NOTICES 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALLING, TAPING, SPRAYINS sellings, repair work. Phone 3J8-7J62. X239-tf B D WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE. KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KiRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 323-8962. C37S1-M SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals. Haters, etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. Ct924-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE SER- vices en all makes cf washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small lawn mowers. Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No fob ton large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 3rd Ave. S.-Phgnj 327-tiSA. C73S3-H 84 GARDENING INVESTMENT New in Canada. Exclusive dealership In this area, product msy fce manu- factured and distributed from your home. Interested parties write Can- Ad, P.O. Box 2999, Calgary 2, Alfcerta. 973J-6 Business building for sale or lease, centre of Main Street, Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. 7843-tf ROYAL TRUST Phone 328-7761 COAST TO COAST REALTORS RECORD BAR SMALL INVESTMENT, BIG BUSI- ness. We have lust listed a very ac- tive record bar in-choice downtown lo- cation. Owner is anxious to sell be- cause of health reasons. Give us a on this one. MLS. LAWNS PUT IN 'AND ODD JOBS done. Phone 327-4U3. LANDSCAPING PAINTING AND ODD jois. 328-ES83, after S p.m. 9865-17 j WILL DO ROTOTILLING. REASON-' afcle rates. Phane 328-8744. 9ZE7-17 POWER RAKING, PICKUP HAUL away. Phone 328-2978. 9779-tf TOP SOIL AND WELL ROTTED MA- nure.' Phona 328-3289. WELL ROTTED CHICKEN AND COW MANURE. PHONE 3S7-32W. 9702-13 ROTOTILLING, YARDS CLEANED. Reasonable rates. Phone 227-8433. W72-S MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- ing. Csll 321-2094. 7030-tt CONTRACT LAWN CUTTING BY day, month or for the summer. Phone 327-1227. 9545-11 WANTED NICELY SHAPED TREES- 15-20 ft. high. Different kinds. Phcne 328-5ES4. BOOK EARLY FOR ROTOTILLING done. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 327-1227.. FRANK'S ROTOTILLING. PROMPT service. Phone 9K8-30J POWER RAKING Lawns power raked, 1V; tents per sq. foot. S3.50 minimum. Phone 328-7664, after X p.m. 9M3-31M HALF TON WILL TRAVEL FOR TREE TRIMMING AND YARD CLEANING. PHONE 327-JWJ. FREE ESTIMATES. 9SM-10 LLOYD'S TREE TRIMMING SERVICE Hedge trimming, trees trimmed or removed. For prompt service 327-2641. CJ121-tf TREES PRUNED OR REMOVED BY qualified tree pruners. Free esti- mates. Reasonable. Phone 328-7672- 9827-9 DRIED GROUND IN PLA5- tic bags si.ia each. Fres Phone Coalhurst Greenhouse, 327-9S30. 9297-24 FOR SALE, TREES WHITE Spruce from six to eight feet high. each. Coalhurst Greenhouse, 327-9S30. WI9-17A RENT A POWER RAKE. IF REQUIR- ed. man Days 327- 2383, evenings 327-139S, John Fcrrest Colsr Centre. SBW-H BOOK TO HAVE YOUR LAWN eov.'cr raked. Phone 3774112 or 327- 5C4'. PASCO GARDENING. 9372-25A LANDSCAPING AND SALES AND MOVING OF LARGER TYPE TREES. SPRUCE TREE FARMS LTD. PHONE 32S-SSC4. 8726-13A Did you know you eon rent RitsHIIfrrs Lawn Combers Asralorj ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES LTD. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL COAST TO COAST REAL ESTATE SERVICE PHONE 328-8184 Multiple Listing Service BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Well located MOTEL 18 main- tained units with individual thermo- colored TV and conditioning In each unit. This is 8 very'economi- cal operation showing a good Large lot will allow fsr future ex- pansion. Financing available. Call for further details and appointment to view. EXCLUSIVE. EVENINGS PHONE Elizabeth Dykstra 328-5928 Bernle Simmons.........327-S489 RalBh C Tennant........- 327-2652 Craig Simmons .........327-0834 Mel Dtpew, Raymond 752-3767 C8474-7 CITY OF LETHBRlbGE FOR SALE AND REMOVAL OF A RESIDENCE AT 534 5TH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Sealed tenders clearly marked as tor csntents will be received ty ths Offica of the Purchasing Agent, City of Lethtridge, Lefhondge, Alberta until p.m., M.S.T. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1973 for thi sals fcr removal from fhe Site of tins rejictenca and garage known as 534 5th Street Scufh in Lettibridge; Note: (the land is net Copies cf the specifications for this sale may be obtained, without cost, from ftw Office -of the Purchasing' Agent, 280 5fh Street North, Leflv tridge, Alberta. A certified cheque payable to the City cf in the amount of One Hundred Dollars tnust be included wim fender for ffte faithful performance of the tender. W. PONECH Purchasing Agent All PROVINCE ;OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will be received ty the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Tuesday, April 24th, 1973, for the construction of the following work: (1) Highway 2 E. of Carstairs to S. cf Olds Mile 3.99 tn Mile 16.20 Highway 2A S. Bdy. of Oicis to Jet. Hwy. 2' (S. cf Bcwden) Mile S-55 to Mile 17.88 Project P. R. 105 Bcwden to Red Lodoe Park Mile 0.98 to Asphaltic Concrete Pavement Approximate Quantifies: Tons Asphaltic' Concrete Ten Mites Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office cf the Chief Construction Engineer, High w ays Building, Edmor.tcn, Alfa., the office cf the District Engineer, I7C7 Sixth Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the cf the District Encrinesr, Admin- istration Building, Lefhbridge, At- terte, and will be available only to individuals registered and operating in fhe Province of Alberta, cr to partner-. ships cr corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place cf business in the Prov- ince cf Alberta.-A deposit of Twenty- Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will te required for esch copy of the Ccntrsct and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or; bond equal to of Tender. Ten- der. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest cr any Tender not neces- sarily accepted. E. McCune, Deputy Minister cf Highways and Transport. A14 DEATHS HAULER Passed away suddenly in Picture Butte on Thursday, April 5, 19V3 Mr John Babler at the age of 50 years of Picture Butte. Funer al arrangements will ba an newneed when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direct ors of Funeral Service. C6517 HUTCHINSON Passed away in the city on 'Wednes- day, April 4, 1973, following a very brief illness, Mr. Ben- jamin Charles Rowland Hut- chinson, at the age of 70 years beloved husband of Mrs. Agnes Hutchinson of 713 15th St. S Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed, MARTIN, BROS. LTD., Direct- or? of Funeral Service. C6518 MIKLOS Passed away in Picture Butte on Wednesday, April 4, 1973, Mr. James Mok- los, at the age of 73 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Anna Waldos of Shaughnessy. Bom raised and educated in Hun- gary, the late Mr. Miklos came to Canada and settled in ShsughMssy where he was em ployed an the mines until 1965. In retirement be has Continued to reside in Shaughnessy until his, passing. Besides bis loving wife, he is survived by one son Irore in Hungary; one daugh- ter, Mrs. Anna Uyeges in Hun- gary; four grandchildren and two great-granddrfMren.. Pray- ers will be said on Friday at p.m., in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at aim. on Sat- urday in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Father D. Vbrn- brock celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary sec- tion of Mountain View Ceme- tery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Mem- orial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direct- ors of Funeral Service. O6520 HEAT WAVE DEATHS Coroners attributed 227 On- tario deaths to the beat during a Southern Ontario heat wave in 1935. PUBLIC NOTICES SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "List with the Leader" Multiple Listing Service TOWN OF VAUXHALL Grocery and meals. Doing fantastic turnover. Terms can ta arranged; also build- ing can It rented. Owner las ether interests. Exclusive. CITY OF welding with good turnover. All equip- ment is in excellent repair. Building situated in location. Owners anxious fc> sell Will accept terms. MLS. Ccntect Roy full details. Cleland at 327-6335 tor DOWNTOWN Twa buildings fee cunmercial retail operation wi main thoroughfare. Fur-1 (3) Prefect S. R. PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will te received by the undersigned up to n o'clock A.M. on Wednesday, April IWh, 1973, for the construction of the following work: t3 the Provincial Treasurer, win rtouircd for each copy cf 1be Con- tract and Specifications taken, and fir oredinq projects profiles will be noon depotif ef Five Dollars Each bid rnnrt be accompanied by a merited or tana equal Jfa Ten- der, Tenders will toe ifl puMlc. The cr any Tender neces- j V. E. WcCtrns. Hiottways and Transport. A73 CITY OF IETHBRIDGE FOR SAIE AND REMOVAL OF A RESIDENCE CARDS OF THANKS FUZEY I wish to thank the doctors and nurses who looked alter me so well while I was a patient in the Munici- pal Hospital. Also I would like to thank my relatives and friends for the flowers, gifts, cards and visits. May God bless you alL Mary Fozey 9910-5 i HARDER Tlie family wish- i es to thank all friends and re- AT NORTHilafSves for your sympathy and IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA not forget you have shared out sorrow in these difficult hoars. Thank you for all ex- pressions of sympathy through cards, flowers, baked goods scd visits. Pder Harder family 9981 dad, son Golden, Brian and Linda. Doris, 9960 In loving mem- ory of a dear son, George Me- bederi, who passed away April 5, 1937. Wfrat would give to clasp his haad, His happy face to see. To iear his voice tad see his smile, That meant so much to me. missed bv mother, Elizabeth Mehedei. 9961 Throne Spsech, re-affirming the government's commitment to bilingualism. This resolution is directly linked to the controversial guidelines. The prime minister conceded he had expected to have brought in the resolution before now, but confessed he had been "too optimistic." He hoped he could do it but. he added, it wouldn't. be within the "next few days." This was open confirmation that the liberal caucus is still split and fighting out the issue. There was further con- firmation hi a scene in the Lib- eral lobby just after the Daily Question Period. One of the French-speaking Liberal MPs who has been in- sistent that the guidelines be di- luted and the bilingual resolu-: be hard-nosed, was arguing heatedly with Mr. Drury. "That's a tot of technical horse Mr. Drury roared at Mm, except that he didn't say horse-feathers. The' Prime Minister has blamed some so-far un-named Conservatives for pretending to oppose only the governments' handling of tte bilingual prob- lem, when, in fact they were opposed to the principle cf bilin- or any other qualified outs. It will be tough for them, he has predicted, but they will have to take a clear unequivo- cal stand. Addionally, the Prime Minis- ter has said that bilingualism as far as he is concerned, in the coming election one big issue. will be THE Skagit issue both itself. His if he can get it, along with the guidelines safely out of caucus all in one he has promised publi- cly, wiE compel all MPs to stand up and be counted for or against the government's lan- guage policy, with no ifs, huts OTTAWA (CP) The super- intendent of Seattle City Light is playing with words by sug- gesting that the Skagit River power project may not be scrapped. Environment Minis- ter Jack Davis said Wednesday night. Superintendent Gordon Vick- ery is technically correct in claiming that no agreement has been signed to kill the project, but neither the Canadian nor British Columbia- governments will allow it to proceed, Mr. Davis told a reporter. Under the project, zgreed to by the power corrpany and the former B.C. government of Pre- miier W. A. C. Bennett, the Ross Dam on the U.S. part of the Skagit was to be raised, flooding acres of the Ska- git valley in British Columbia. Mr. Davis told the Commons Tuesday night U.S. officials have agreed in principle to hold a series of meetings "with a view to terminating the long- standing contract." While neither the U.S. govern- ment nor the company may yet admit publidy that tba project is dead, he said Wednesday night, they understand clearly that Canadian officials will not let it go forward. The only real issue to be re- solved was how much the com- pany would be reimbursed for its investment. A spokesman for the minister said the ccjrjpany has quoted figures as high as million while the B.C. government has yet to concede that it should be awarded any damages. Mr. Vickery said in Seattle earlier in the day he had been assured by Rtifus Smith. U.S. undersecretary for Canadian af- fairs, that no agreement is in the works to end the project. Pattern SIRAY in loving memory i Sealed tenders clearly marked cs !d contents will be received by the Office of ihe Purchasing Age.-.t, City cf Lethbridge. until p.m., M.S.T. FRIDAY. APRiL 12, for sale removal from site of the residence knswn as 13th Street Hsrth in Note: (the land is na? Copies c? the specifications for this sale may be obtained, without from tfie Office of Jhe Purchasing Agent, 5ih Street North, Lert- bridge, Alatrlc. A certified cheqve to the be iraluged with terxJer W. PONECH Agent The SESAME STREET Produced by Telvvnimi Workshop THATS FUNNY! HALF IN THE IN MEMORIAMS SIR.4V IB foviag nxanon- of a dear grandmother. Barbara, xrix> passed away April 5. 1972; ;ad a father and grandfaUxr. j Auclirew, who passed away Jury remembered by Lows, 'Loeiia, Briaa aod Barbara Sray. 9956 CHESTER In loving mem- ory