Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, April 21, 1977 1HT LETMBRIOGI HERALD 23 58 MALE HEIP'WANTED FUVL TIME SALES PERSONNEL. Apply Tip Top Tailors, Centre Vil- lage Wall! _________CHJ4-H MIDDLE AGED MAM TO WOHK IN Country Hotel, Write box 104, Herald. W1MI GENERAL LABORER FOR RENDER- plant. Apply before i p.m. Leth- hone 328-1 Ing trlcf lcfgo Rendering. FIRST CLASS AUTO BODY REPAIR- man. Must be able lo pafnr, Fully qualified. Top wages. Company bono- Write box Herald. Cimfl 59 MALE-FEMAIE HELP WANTED WANTED PIANO O R ORGAN player to play all types o1 musk Ihrw piece group. Prelerahly around age 30 years. Phone 328-6275. 181-7 WANTED IMMEDIATELY Ar 1Ious sales person lor our real es dept. Excellent Incentive plan. Pis call Paul I Smith, WESTUANK REAL ESTATE, 328-1C14. SENIOR OFFICE CLERK TO PER form a variety of complex accounts und clerical work including payroll accounts receivable, accounts and general ledger. Please ptiorn Souther n Albflr ra Coop, 337-1080, TEL5TAR DINING LOUNGE OPEN IMG SOON REQUIRES Focd lioif MECS, waitresses, cocktail wait cocks and kitchen help. Above ave income. For Interview apply In pe to 1hc TELSTAR f.'sOIEL INN BROOKS, ALBERTA, BETWEEN 1: AND A MOMOAY THROUGH FRIDAY FOR INFORMATION PHONE 362-4040. 255-' SECRETARY-TREASURER For Barons Consolidated Schooi Dlst rlct No. B- Part-time position. Art salary Closing dale tor a cations April 28, 1772. WRITE SECRETARY TREASURER BARONS CONSOLIDATED S.D. NO. BARONS, ALBERTA C1375- JANITOR Required for Ihe bas llccr of Ihe town Dulles !o Commence Prelerencc will g resident Applications required must be rec April 2ilh, 1972. ment and i ttficc bull' fAay 1st, 0 GARDENING ENT ROTOTILLERS, EtDERi, POWER RAKES, LAWM OLLtRS, CHAIN SAWS, HEDGE RIWJVERS AND LAWK EDGERS AT VARD'S. 32B B775. C1308-H GREEN THUMB GARDENING omplcle landscaping, rolofllllng and o'-vcr raking. Free your onvcnlencc- Phone 378-3011, 75 CONTRACTS ALUM1NUW WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO IMG PHONE JOUES ROOFING, :-28 CONCRETE FENCES OR nlcod F AERATING Problems wllh dry and burnt fawnv? Vi-lll your lawn's nalura! exlure and by allowing mols- ure an'J air penetrate Ihe soil, Gel to IhD rool of the problem. Call lor your free esllmales and af 328-716J, after 5 p.m. Blft-Smy TOOL RENTALS POWER RAKES ROTOTIUER5 CHAIN SAWS HEDGE TRIMMERS ETC. PARSONS HARDWARE HOLIDAY VILLAGE 327-7066 mates. Phone GARAGES, FENCES ks, estl PATIOS, SIDH- ilding, AH imlny. llnhhlnff, cuplw arils, jr reinotlellTnri nccdi. tlo job ton Tree cslimales. Phono 318-0767 FREE ESTIMATES reation rooms, kitchens, balh- cr any type of re ng. You are under no obliga- ADVANCE LUMBER Co. Ltd. Cor, 2ntJ Ave, and im SU S- Phone 3731301 PUBLIC _NOTICES NOTiaFro CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS I; IN MEMOR1AMS Deaths Yesterday 1he PUBLIC NOTICES 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRYERS PAN READY. ALSO CUS- rom Hilling. H. DycX. Coaldale, Phone 745-3324. 72 PETS AND SUPPUES PUREBRFO POMERANIAN PUPPY; Chihuahua puppy, 327- 907 J. THREE PUREBRED BLACK PO- odlcs, six weeks eld. Way seen at 1S23 Lakepolal Road. 42 FUL L GROWN PUREBRED CHI- huahuas. 1218 3rd Ave. A S, Phone 32B-3423, after 6 p.m. 375-24 FOR SALE POMFRANIAN-POODLE- Phone 338-5-1S1, alter S p.m. Town of Cooldale Box 970 Coaldate, Alto. 59A HO5PITAI PERSONNEL WANTED AFGHAN PUPPIES REGISTERED and p u r c h r c d s. Phone El Rancho Motor Hotel. 577-3J WANTED MALE SIAMESE SEALPOIHT CAT for slud purposes. Phone 357-liil. P X300S.3J COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA Ap.'il IE, 1972 Seated Tenders v.-ili be received by he uncferilqned rntii p.m. cn Monday, May 1W2 the lollav.ing -cmlcali: etntratioo 7-i-D Ester, cr Hie equi- valent rf 150 or. drums cf ci volatile Ester fcrmuliilicfi I-i D, or equivalent, Delivery to be made F-O-B. Foremost with delivery date net faler than Jkinfi Hf, 1972. Tht> Countv reserves right lo purchase addilional quenfilits cf accepted tender at tender price. 'o clearly marked "TENDER DM The fewest cr any fender not neces- sarily accepted. Roy R- Wallman, Secretary-Treasurer Counly of Porly Mile No Foremost, AlterJa. A 59 THE MATTER OF the Es1at weeks of acceptance of ght lo Council the i s. Grant, Asst. Secretary of Lcthbrfdge No. 214 nth Street South, Lelhbridge, Alberla. ASi PROPERTY FOR SALE ESTATE OF THE LATE GEORGE O, ROWE The fallowing properties arc off by tender by Ihe undersigned to the In Ing Certificates of Title: W, Plan Leihbrldi .uTilclpally known as 955 13th -T soulh, Lethbridqe, Alberta, ,ts ?3 anc? Block Plan Leth se munfcl pally _ '14th Street South, Lelhbrldqe, Al fry EXOCL the T Lc! 53! A PERFECT PART TIME EXTRA INCOME i voi> use a high monthly second h Income, from accounts v.-3 eslatv lish for you in your area? Only a few rs weekly. TREMENDOUS PRO- FIT RETURN. NO COMPETITION. estment and upwards, se- cured by PRODUCT INVENTORY. AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR DISTRIBUTORSHIP. For inter- view write including references and phone number: CANADIAN PERMA-VEND 1163 Tecumseh Road, Fail Windsor ?o, Onlarlo marXed of Tendei Deputy Transport. ,ill opened in any Tender not accepted. of Highways and ASS ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD PltLD PRICING OF GAS IN ALBERTA PROCEEDING NO. 6J57 NOTICE Of SECOND PHASE Of HEARING Albei WELL ROTTED MANURE. 338-3339. TV.'O HUNDRf D AL JunipTS Pho BIRCH PYRAMID- e No Sun- .175-11 my ROTDTfLLLlMG ROOK NOW! cent sq. Jf. Phr.ne 337-JOJ3. C HIC K F N MANURE, NO STRAW. also railed" barnyard manure. Ph.cn e W.t.LEAN'S TREE 5URGLHY FfiEE estimates Pruning, trimming and FeU- inq- Call 7030 tf TRt ES FOR SAlF SALES REPRESENTATIVE FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY TO WHOLESALE Rema Tip-Top STP Bars Leak Ken Tool Coots An Olher Good Lines Minimum investment to plus van type truck Apply REMA TIP-TOP DISTRIBUTORS LTD. CAIGARY 277-1106 (71-37 TO BUY Alberfa C tias requested the Beard lo r field pricing ol naiural gas ta; and 1ne nwrsl proceeded wirh a of lha field pricing natural gas in Altcria a1 a ouhl ing which commenced wi Fcbr' ary 1V72; and WHEREAS cerJaln perscns reques :d that Ihe Board ndiourn Ihe hesrir lo provide lima fcr 1ne prep ition and fhr Beard indicated n isnie-ndecf notice cf hsannt} MtlP to Wife 17-U .Mphaitic Concrete Pavement Approximate Quanlltiei: Tons of Gravel Ton-rViilei Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Chief Maintenance Engineer, Highways Build- ing Edmonton, the Ouice of the District Engineer, 1707 Sixth Street N.W Calgary, Alberta, and the OfOe held on Saturday, at i.rn. in Martin Bros. TRADI- 'IONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Ave- ue S., with Rev. K. L. Crisfield ifficiating. Interment will fol- in Mountain View Ceme- 1IAHTIN BROS. LTD., directors of Funeral Services. C1465 1UHSCIIE Laura massed away in Raymond after lengthy illness on Thursday, April 1972, at the age of 59 years, betoved wife of Mr. Nor- man Ilirsche of Raymond. Mrs. Hirsche Ijorn November 14, 1912 at Stirling, Alberta. She is (lie daufihler of the deceased Hukla and Alonzo Nelson who; was a prominent farmer in the Stirling area. Mrs. Ilirsche was married Nov. 18, 1931 and spent the first fourteen years of her marriage in Stirling. She moved to Raymond with her husband and family in 1945 and resided (here until her passing. Mrs. Hirsche spent her life in (he service of her church and !icr (ellowmnn. She especially loved music, children a n d working with her flowers. For the past number of years she has taught kindergarten and has helped many children get a good start in their education. Resides her loving husband, Norman she is survived by three sons. Byron of Lclh- bridge. Delyrm of Orem Utah, and Doug ot Calgary; nine grandchildren: five sisters. Ruth Gibb and Bertha Stone of Raymond. Velda Hirsche of Stirling, Mary Morton ot War- ner and Beth Schweitzer of Lethbridge, and one brother, Farrell Nelson of Stirling. Fu- neral services will be held Monday, April 1972 at 2 p.m., in the Taylor Stake Cen- tre at Raymond, with Bishop Dwayne Hall officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Stirling C c m e t e r y. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Diredors of Funeral Service. C14SB Warner and district for the 1 Robert Lamm, the blind vocal- of money we received. A j ist who sang the Nashville special lhank you to those who M-ecorcling industry's first mil- Kelped us pack and move lo lion seller, died here at 59. our new home in Evansburg. Lamm, Minded hy a fall in in- and Jessie fancy, sold a million copies of Gainford, Alberla. Near You in 19-57, recorded with 42G the Francis Craig Orchestra. NOTICE TO AI.U CONTRACTORS, M.D.'s AND COUNTIES. CA11 AGT'S CABLE LOCATION SERVICE IN ADVANCE DIAL "0" (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 (toll free, of course) Administra- Buifding, Le In bridge, Alberta, and available cnly to fntlividuals domidied, regislered and operating In the Province r.f Alberta, or to parJner- shlps or corpwations registered and cperating In and who have established H fixed place of business in 1he Prov- ince cf Alberla, A deposit of Twenty- five Dollars IS25.00) will be required for each copy o) Ccolract and Specifi- calicns laken. Each bid must be ac- companied by a marked cheque or bend equal to o cf the Tende Tenders or accepted. I VI. McManui, Dcpuly Minisler of Highways ill be opened in public. The any Tender nol necessarily ASS fcr Die fh? Al- 1 AC OMB E: NURSERIES COAL- dslc. Phone 315 JM3. Closed SIT toy. Avaifshle now Evcrrjaen trees isr.tl All plarls tjufHan'eed delivery lo Lei h bridge. ClJSS.lfn BOOK MOW TOR SPRING ROTO' tilling. No job too small or loo big. KL INK'S ROTOTILUNG', 377-430 J, After 5 p.m. PASCO GARDENING SERVICES. VJE specialize in landscaping, custom rolo- tilling, power raking. Resior.able rains, Phone '33 1 BROTHERS, AGE J3 AND 74. WITH d would like to bor- buy land. V.'rlte Box RENT A POWER RAKE GREEN If required, ild, 114, Hrr SCHWAHT7 AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED W7 College Mall, Pnone 373-3331 ConnrnfrrclAl proper fles. ranches. City or Lovjest InferesT rales available, rlrsl arid second mortgages. C1357-J2 75 COMTRACTS cost. All fobs HOTOTlLLER t you fan hsv for atiout tt-.e s FRFP STEINER CEMENT WORK, eld iiasfments rti.'g, wafer proofing. Iti- surpd, ;rte Phor.e D J EQUIPMENT RENTALS l leveling. Compaction pqulp- Ccncrete erui p m t. Corral ino, Phone H10 S C6C9-II i In A'herta the Altor'a p RANCH FOR SALE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA TO SETTLE AN ESTATE Tenders will Le accented at the rf unrirr sinned until r-cVn Fridnv- Junr twelve crpsos nf with fhe Board j more or I In Ihe S5 mires south- by flowing spri rrie' ol the NT Alt-.crts. ricn'1 let ilijary v ai and a rippllnr "opportunily !o c red INSTANT TREES nsny CA trees? We and mcvina cf pedalty. Phone supply them scr type tree RAIN BOW PAINTING AND DECOR- altr.g Wall paper, vinyl and spray- ing. Free estimates, Phone MS'JISJ. BUILDING C E M E W T ;d Anderson and Cr.nstr..clicin, 1020 7lh Ave. 327-6WZ. C7377-tf Ml prcfiarrd In -nc'' relief ed cnifed a 'quarter seclion of prime praring fhi-; flpprova.. on the dedded land I Iwo snug cabins end Ihe E is v.'ell cnce Ihe of the pfratlor-s owned ty one of ranchers ol who iff uhen he reared because jlitul foothills refreat rmusf be to any of rhe alxjve enu from perswii rfrjislerfd fll The firif phflso of Iho hc-arir.g or from oth- er inleresleil rwrscins. DATED 3t of CalQary, In Ihe Province cf Alberta, 'his Klft day ol April, A.D. ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD ust be accompanied by a certified chEnuf for cf fhe tender The balance of the purchase price is payable cash (0 days alter acceptanfe ol the tender. All un- successful tenders will returned. The hiqhesl or ftny tender not necei- Tor lurther information call 403-135 aiat. Signed: D. J. and Solicitor B Clarciholm, Alberts fjolicitor lor iho Executors of Ihe Estate of Huar Stanley Wyatl. FUNERAL MOLL Jlr. Simon iloll o! Lacombc, High River, Blackk formerly of Magrath, Al bcrla, passed away Easter Sun- day morning, fit the age of !13. He was horn in Austria, Oct. 20, iSSS and came to Can- ada in Sept. 1825 to Southern Alberla where lie fared until his retirement to High River in 1950. His wife, Genvicve prede- ceased him in Magralh in 1912. He leaves (o mourn Uvo dough- tors. Mrs, Ed N'olncr (Annoi of Kalispell, Montana, find Mrs. Mike Wynnychuli of Lacomhe: ttirec grandrhildren. .Tanel and narliara Nelncr ami Daviit and also re- latives in Auslria. Funeral ser- vices for the late Mr. Moll were held in MaKralh from the Mag- ralh United Church on Thurs- day, April nth at p.m.. with (lie Rev. Dr. H. P. Mfir- ston of Kclmonlon officiating. The organist was Mrs. W. F'as link anrl Ihe soloist Mr. L. B, Tanner, both ot Magrath. The pallbearers were Kric1 Brown. Robert McWilliam. John Me- Coll, and Jim Ririe. Ernest Hillmcr and Bart Ililimer. In- terment took place in the fam- ily plol in the Magrath ceme- tery. Fenton and Kirkham Fu- neral Chape! of Lacombe was in charge of the arrangements. 475A NOTICE UNITED ctory CO- d fo Re- UPON APPLICATION IHI Irrigation District Cheese F Op Ass'n. L1d. are prepa derm non-producer Shares ai p r, up lo ten UOt Shares per Shareholder. Presenfafion cf Shares, cr a AUidavil of c( said ccrlifi- cafes, te reviewed hy Ihe Board c.f for approval cf fetiemp- Ned urgently need premium trades and the Beny boys are giving top dollar They're anxious fo deal CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE OK Supermarket Lot Our new Phone Number 328-1101 connects all depts.