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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED SALES CLERK FOR ladles' wear store. Apply Box 121. herald. C1153-15 TOP'S PIZZA AND SPAGHETTI House requires help. Minimum age IB. Apply In person. ClOJMf ELDERLY CARETAKER COUPLE 64 suite apartment. Phone 32B-83M. C1139-11 TRUCK DRIVER. IMMEDIATE EM- Cbyrnent. Plocse slate experience. Write Box Herald. 7544-11 JANITOR FOR NIGHT SHIFT hours per week. Must be bonaable. Write Box Herald. 7565-13 PERSON REQUIRED IMMEDIATE- ly for cleaning cars. Apply In person-1 Foreign Car 1102 3rd S. Cl 182-11 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Ex- perienced production workers for trail- er manufacturer. Apply in person to PREBUILT 619 4th Ave. North. C11B3-13 BANK OF .NOVA MAIN requires an experienced part- time teller for Wednesdays and Fridays at a sub-branch in Stand- off. apply In person. C1185-16 WANTED THIRD OR FOURTH YEAR APPRENTICE MECHANIC. AIRWAY MOTORS BOX ALTA. PHONE 757-3611. 1203-16 Journeyman electrician. Steady employ- ment. Union wages. Write Herald. C11J7-13 CAR HOSTESSES HOSTS REQUIR- ed for full time work. Straight day and evening shifts available to replace those returning to school. Also taking applications for cooks day and eve- ning shifts available. Csntact the A i W. 1607 Ma- srath Drive. Cllii-11 66 CLERICAL PART TIME OFFICE HELP RE- quired. Contact 327-5732. C1184-13 67 HOTEL GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT RE- q'jires waitress-waiter. Apply in per- Henry Yee. Phont 328-2S2S. CMO-24 FULL TIME AND PART TIME cleaning personnel. Excellent work- ing conditions. Apply in person at CREST MGTtL. C1131-U 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS WILL REUPHOLSTER FURNITURE in my home for reasonable rites. Phone 345-3048. 7479-11 CARPET INSTALLATION AND RE- oiirs. 15 years experience. Free esti- mates. Phcne 326-7181. 7347-10 KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF UETH- BRIDG6 C3751-W 68 DOMESTIC HOUSEKEEPING STAFF FOR Iccal hospital. Phone 327-4419. 7524-10 FRED'S EAVESTROUGHING AND palntlnci. Interior and exterior decor- 'Fret estimates. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber corporate e a I etc. Same day servlci. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-51H. C4924-tf BABYSITTER REQUIRED FOR half days. Phcnt 327-S732. C11S7-13 WANTED MATURE HOUSEKEEP- one day a week. Phcne or 328-1111 Mrs. Pearson. 7568-16 BABYSITTER WANTED IN COAL- hurst. Monday through Friday. Phone after S p.m 7428-11 BABYSITTER REQUIRED. LIGHT housekeeping Possible live-in arrange- ments. Phone 327-S850. 7427-11 BABYSITTER TO COME IN. TWO pre-schoolers. To start Immediately. Phone 228-0635. 7363-1 i BABYSITTER REQUIRED SENA- TOR BUCHANAN SCHOOL CHILDREN AGES AFTERNOONS 1-5 P.M. PREFERABLY COME IN. PHONE 328-4769. X3309-10 84 GARDENING LANDSCAPING AND new lav.'ns seeded. Phone 329-0364. WILL HAUL JUNK AND GARBAGE. Free estimates. Phcne 327-82S7. 7164-tf MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. trimming and fell- ing. Call 326-2094 or 327-1323. 7030-tf LAWNS and fertilized. Tree pruninq and removal. Free estimates. C28-7672. 6745-10 WANTED MATURE to come in Monday 'o Friday a.m. to p.m. Lakeview area. Pt.one 327-E646 or 328-1111 Mrs. Pearson. 7567-16 69 FARM INVESTIGATORS FOR NATIONAL FIRM Retail experience preferred. Car an asset. Company will train. Promotion- al opportunities for out-of-town and branch office operations. Apply before neon August 11 to Canada A'anpcwer phone 327-8525. 7564-11 HELP WANTED Two drivers to drive school bus In the Noblefcrd area. Must have Class Tvvo Driver's Licenses. For de- tails and routes contact Aric Bus County Lethbridge NO. 214 13th Street Leth- Alberta. Phsne 327-2628 or 327-3797. WANTED__Responsible person to viork in hog barn. House supplied. Wages negotiable. Write Box Heralo. WANTED SEVERAL .MBINE drivers and truck drivers for custom combining. Must be free to travel from sc-uthern Alterla to northern and possibly southern United states. Sood machines ID cperats. Apply Henry W.atieotti 970 Mayor Mscrath Drive. 327-71V1. 7569-17 Chief Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone 328-0924 W LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY Farmeri-Merchants TrOlt 309 7th St. S. 328-5548 MORTGAGES All types ef mortgage In small and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. 328-3251. CALIFORNIA INVESTMENT LAND. S500 DOV.'M PAYMENT. S5m PER MONTH. FOR MAPS AND WRITE BOX HERALD 7572-U C804-tf Still EVERGREENS SHADE TREES UP TO 15 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES -FLOWERING SKRUSS LACOMBE NURSERIES ALTA. 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS CI640.1I SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. PHONE 328-3331 with Ihe Multiple Listing Service Obtain tax deductions and good cesn return from thsse quality-built fourplexes. New Belnn built with your revenue In mind. Call Peggy Roelcfs at 327-5892. Exclusive. C1172-11 PUBLIC NOTICES 90 CONTRACTS xllberra SEALED TENDERS will be received by the underslflned up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Wednesday. August for the construction of the following Project S.R. 550 W. cf Countess to W. of Jet. S.R. M2 Mile 4.3J lo Mile 8.47 N. of Rosemary to W. of Duchess Mile 14.55 to Mile 23.16 Grading and flravel surfacing Approximate Cubic Yards Excavation Cubic Yards Gravel tL o a d frcm Cubic Yard Mies Haul Contract Specifications may be obtained It the office of the Chief Con- struction Highways Build- the office of the District 4020 Bowness Alberta and the cf the DistrliV Engi- Administration Leth- and will be available only to Individuals registered end oper- ating In the Province of or to partnerships or corporations register- ed and operating in who have es- tablished a fixed ulace of business in the Province of Alberta. A Deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Provincial will be j required for each copy of the Contract end Specifications and for grading projects profiles will fce sup- olied noon a further depcslt of Twenty- Five Dollars Each bid must be accompanied bv a marked chenue or bond equal to of Tender. Ten- ders will be ocsned in i he Icwest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V. E. Deputv Minister of Highways And Transport. A17 Aufuit THI LETHMIDOE HMALD 27 C-7 4 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL Registered Nurses and Certified Nursing Aides 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES BIRTH i HOL7WARTH Daoette and i Mark wish to announce the birth of their baby brother on Satur- August at p.m. in the Magrath Municipal Hospital. Scott William weighed 7 IDS. 13 ozs. Proud parents are Fred and Darlene. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Vaselenak of Coaldale. 7532-11 DEATHS WHITE OWL On Wednes August 1973. Annie White aged 65 of Brocket. Funeral service in St. Cyprian's Anglican Brocket on August 1973 at Rev. R. Hunt officiating. Brocket Cemetery. Funeral arrange- ments by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME Pincher Creek. C1208 PAINTERS. QUALIFIED WORK I ouarsnteed. Free estimates. i 328-4911. HEAVY ROASTING PAN 46 cents per Ib. Free delivery Cusicm killing. H. Ccaldale 345-3224. C1189-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES SVi GALLON AQUARIUM AND I equipment. Phone 327-4043. 7527-13 ACCOUNTANT Position is open for a youthful person with a minimum of two years ac- counting experience. Experience in in- ventory control would be an advant- ace. Excellent working conditions wiih company fringe benefits available to successful applicant. Please reply In writing stating experience and expect- ed salary Mr. M. D. PO. BOX' WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS LETH- ALBERTA. C1201-13 Far general duty. Salaries and per- sonnel policies in accordance wiih A.A.R.N. and C.N.A.A. recommenda- also mature persons who are i interested in the care of the Icng- CliiMl term patient to work as Ward Aides. Residence available. Please address applications to SIAMESE KITTENS FOR SALE. Phone 345-4820. 5016 16 St. Coaldale. 7528-13 GOLDEN GREAT ONE YEAR eld. Purebred with papers. Excellent for breeding. Phone 328-2189. 7431-11 Director of Nursina Willow Creek-Claresholm Auxiliary Hospital Box Al-2rta Cl 188-11 71 TEACHERS WANTED FOR SALE THREE LOVEBIRDS 1N- i eluding cage. Contact 32B-2146. I 7M9-10 j REGISTERED GREAT SIX 1 months old. Uncropped ears. Black. Phone 34S-J249. 7195-10 GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG to give away. Phone 327-9787. I 7332-10 THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Invites applications for i UTILITY WORKER 1 Salary range to SS14 a month. Manual dexterity and varied labour background. DUPLICATING OFFICER SALARY RANGE to a month. Generally good mechanical aptitude and ability 10 work quickly and accurately under some workload pressure. The above position to commence im- mediately. Closino date for August 1973. Please submit applications to Personnel office The University cf Lethbridge 4401 University Drive Lethbridge. Alberta TIK 3M4 PHONE 329-2276 O200-11 YELLOWKN1FE TEACHER REQUIRED AT ST. PAT- RICK'S HIGH SCHOOL YELLQW- KNIFE QUALIFIED TO OFFER FRENCH TO GRADES SEVEN TO 12 INCLUSIVE WITH SOME RELIGIOUS STUDIES AND OTHER TEACHING DUTIES FOR 1973-74 TERM. INTER- VIEWS CAN BE ARRANGED. MAIL DETAILS OF QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE TO SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARD P.O. BOX N.W.T. JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET CLIP- ING SERVICE. FOR APPOINT- MENT PHONE 328-2763. 3126-tfh FEAAALE FOUR MONTH OLD KIT- ten to be given away. House trained. Phone after 6 327-1850. 7333-10 COUNTRY HOME WANTED FOR two year old registered male Afghan. Obedience school. 328-3295. 7331-14 SUNBURST KENNELS BOARDING all size dogs and home loving care. G. A. Taber. 6633-1 lAuh 72 LICENCED NURSERIES KRADLE I'OdP DAY CARE CENTRE six weeks to six years. Phone 32S-2835. Baby Centre 323-2509. REGISTERED BRITANY SPANIEL I pappics- Top field and i OFA certified. G. A. Addy I Taber. 6635-llAuh KINDERGARTEN PRE REGI- STRATION. PHONE 327-4521. C1000-31 75 MUSIC TEACHERS LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invites applications for positions of PSYCHOLOGIST CONSULTANT INSTRUCTOR CO-ORDINATOR Degree In counselling and psychology prefer- red. Group counselling experience de- sirable. To Instruct in special pro- gram cf counselling and home im- provements fcr wimen. COURSE 18 hours a week Wednesday and for six weeks starting early in October. APPLICATION August 31 s 1973. Interested persons should apply for the standard ''Application f o r Employ- form to Director of Personnel LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Alberta j Phone Ext. 216 C1202-13 GUITAR AND AC- cordion lessons. Berti School of 1ti6 South Parkslde Drive. Phons 327- C1063-tf 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT DANCE BAND FOR HIRE Fcr etc. Phone LEN 327-6817. 6027-tf EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT S6R. VICE-DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS ETC. PHONE 328-2367. CJ551-H THE MOON GLOWS Music for all occasions PHONE DON CODY AFTER 7 P.M. 9701-tfh WHITE TINY TOY POODLE PUPS from purebred registered parents with three generation papers. Phone CouftS. 7233-11 FOR SALE GERMAN SHORTHAIR pups. Both parents show champions and excellent hunters. A rare combin- ation. Frank 327-8047. 2006 24th St. S 7123-llh THE CLIP JOINT All bresd flop aroominq. Phone 32E- 4362. B. G.'s and Fish 113 Eth St. South. C1204-16S1 TWO BEAGLE CROSS white with brown two Shepherd cress puopieSr one one bvwn and two Shepherd Japanese Husky cress puppies. Phone 562-2689. 75W-10 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES RESTAURANT IN LETHBRIDGE Hotel for lease. Apply in person- 78 LOST AND FOUND LOST WALLET. HORSE DESIGN. Phone 325-9523. 7J59-11 OST BLACK SHETLAND isre. CoaldsLs district. Phone 27-3498. 7364-U LOST IN VICINITY OF 6TH A AVE- S. between 12th and irth St. 01 Mon- ling haired female charcoal fivp ves-rs old. No caller. Answers to S2S re- ward. 327-7S546. 7525-23 VENDING MACHINE ROUTE FOR sale in Fort Chscslate hot hot cigarette and peanut machines. Good business for semi-retired person. Fort Macleod. 7571-11 FOR SALE AND TO BE MOVED OFF property by September 30tn A fully equiaced burger in excellent condition. Priced to sell quicKly. For inquiries from 9 a.m. to 9 o.m. pnsne after hours Belle- i vue. 7530-16 INDIVIDUAL INTERESTED IN FAR- ming larne acreage en crop live- stock share basis. Must be willing to Invest some money into livestock. Write Box Herald. 7370-11 79 PERSONAL COMPLETE SETUP TO MANUFAC- ture cost hancers 416.000. Con- Mr. R. 2 Conland Toronto Ontario. 7334-14 RIDE NEEDED FOR ONE PERSON to Toronto immediately. Phor.p 728- 0813. 7524-11 66 CLERICAL PERSON FOR OFFICE WORK. TYPING essential. Apply Western Canada Hardware Plumbing 1770 2nd Ave. S. C1158-11 COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 ALBERTA Written applications will be received until p.m. on August l173 by the undersigned fcr Payroll Clerk. Submit experience and references v.-ilh application. Duties to commence as soon as available. Salary and benefits as per c.U.P.E. Agreement wllh present monlhly salary of 1389.97. Further information available upon request. Roy R. Wollmon County Administrator CSW-llh WOULD LIKE WOMAN FOR COM- panionshlo. abstainer. Apply 523 12 St. 8 7J3C-15 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyor- wiih a drinKinq problem. hone 327.8049 or after p.m. STUDENT SEEKS RIDE TO TORON- late early September. W'll share oas expenses and driving. Phone 328-M96. 7366-11 COUNTRY GROCERY STORE FOR rent in Saskatchewan. Has all mo- dern equipment and some stock. Will nive easy terms on stock or will trade. Please reply to Box Alberta. 6125.16A Business building for sale or centre of Main Fernie. Immediate occupancy. i Reply Box B.C. QUALITY CEMENT WORK S1DE- etc. Rea- sonable prices. Phone 327.3432. Free estimates. GARAGE CEMENT WORK and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenscn 1020 7th Ave. s. Phone C7377-tf FRED STE1NER CEMENT old basements water in- free estimates. Phone 327-JJM. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING PHONE JONES 328- 57J5 C1936.tf ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK. Gccd workmanship and promot ser- vice. Reasonable. 327-3316 or 228-1616. 7573-BS FENCES BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. etc. Hauling Jim 326-MI3 ECONOMY PAINTING AND DECOR- ating. Very very reasonable. Phone noon cr evenings 228-4570. IN THE MATTER OF THE PLAN- N.NG ACT BEING CHAPTER 276 OF THE REVISED STATUTES OF AL- 1970 AS AND IN THE MATTER OF THE MUNICI- PAL GOVERNMENT ACT BEING CHAPTER 246 OF THE REVISED STATUTES OF 1970 AS AND IN THE MATTER OF THE EXPROP- RIATION PROCEDURES A.CT. BE- ING CHAPTER 130 OF THE RE- VISED STATUTES OF 1570 AS AMENDED. EXPROPRIATION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the City of Lethbridge desires to expropriate certain leasehold interest in lands in the City of Lethbridge for the purposes permitted by The Municipal Govern- ment Act and The Planning name- ly as a part of a site for Ths Leth- bridge Downtown Development Scheme-Phase One as established by By-Law No. as of ttie City o.' AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE away in the i city on August following a lengthy ill- ness. Mrs. Emily Fanny Smsed I at the age of years of the j Edith CaveU Nursing beloved wife of the late Mr. Frederick James Smeed. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced when c o m p 1 e-t e d. Flowers are gratefully declined end those who wish may do- nate to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C1206 FUNERALS DUDLEY Funeral service fcr Thomas Oliver be- loved husband of Mrs. Jean Dudley of Magrath who died at Magrath Aug. at of 80 years was held at 2 p.m. Aug. in the Magrath Chapel of the Church of Jesus of Lat- ter-day Saints with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating. Pallbear- ers were Tom and George T. Devere Chipman and Dean Fortier. Honorary pallbearers were Leo CM Rollo Ted Hocking and iOch- ard Bradshaw. Interment was in the Cemetery. Christefisen Salmon Funeral Home Directors cf Funer- al was in charge of the arrangements. PRIVATE Homes only. Complete painting service. Reasonable rates. Guaranteed work. For free estimates phone 338-0363. 7093-31 PUBLIC NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT INVITATION TO TENDER Installation cf electrical plumbing and Child Cart Pelgan Indian Alberta. Sealed tenders will be received up to p.m. M.D.T. August 1973 ad- dressed to Regional Depart- ment cf Indian Affairs and Northern 27th CN TSJ OKI. Tender documents can obtained on deposit of in the form of a certified cheque payable to the Re- ceiver General of Canada from the District Dis- 204 Federal Alberta. A18 LOT FOR SALE CARDSTON That portion of the east half of lot which lies to the south of the north fset of the slid lot and to the west of the east 70 feet of said lot in Blcck Plan Cardstcn 1793E. Excepting portion of let 2 for laneway on plan 62B8JK by the Estate of Gordon E. Frank Bids to be submitted to W R. C. A. Trustee 519 7th St. P.O. Box Alberta Prior to a.m. August at which time a mesting will be held at 519 7th St. Lethbridge to open and announce the bids. All bidders are invited to attend the meeting- Only sealed envelopes will be accent- marked on the face ESTATE OF GORDON E. A The or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. All 1. The leasehold interest to be ex- propriated is in respact to those lands described as j Lots Twenty Twenty-One and Twetttv- Three all in Block Forty-Six on Plan LETHBRIDGE 4353-S. RESERVING unto Her M'Jesty all mines and and the interest to be expropriated is an unregistered leasehold Interest in a portion cf a buildina located there- one end held bv PACIFIC FINANCE CREDIT municipally de- scribed as 40Ea 5th Street 2. The land is to be usea by the City of Lethbridoe as cart ol lands set aside in By-Law No. to be used in The Lethbridge Downtown Develop- ment Scheme-Phase One. 3. The City cf Lethbridoe is ready to pav the sum of FOUR THOUSAND and DOLLARS for the unregistered leasehold interest In the said land to be exoroprnated. 4. A by-law to authorize the exprop- riation will be first presented to the Council of the City of Ltthbridoe on the 271h day of A.D. at the Council Chambers In the City Hall in the City of at the hiur of Eight O'clock in the afternoon. 5. A plan cf the lands included in The Lethbridoe Downtown Develop- ment Scheme-Phase one is on file in i office cf the City Clerk of the City cf Lethbridoe and the Plan is available for inspection between the hours of o'clock in the forenoon and o'clock in the afternoon of each Sundays and Holidays excep- ted. 6. The owner of finy interest in the lands is entitled bafore enactment of the by-law to make representations to the City of Lelhbridge at the meeting of Council to be held at Elcflt O'clock in the Bfterncon of MONDAY the 27TH day of A.D. and to set forth his reasons why the unregistered leasehold interest in the said should not be expropriated. 7. Unless the amount of compensa- tion is mulually agreed upon the com- pensation for the .unregistered lease- hold interest In the said lands will he ascertained and fixed by The Public Utilities Board at a future date. DATED at the City of Lethbridge In the Province r.f this 107h day of A.D. 1971. THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE John City Clerk 1 A19 POTT3 Funeral service for James Arthur beloved husband of Mrs. Ethel Potts of 303 Golden Acres Leth- briclge. who disd in the city Aug. at the age of BO was held at p.m. Aug. in the Lethbridge Pente- costal 520 7th St. with Rev. Ken Roset offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Paul Alex Duncan. Rus- ssl George Law- rence Watmough and Roger Davis. Interment was in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Ohristensen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funer- MOSLEY Thursday. Au- al was in charge of the gust Walter Harold. Eg- j arrangements. FUNERAL CANTWELL A graveside service for Mrs. Mickey who died in the city July at the age of 80 was held the following Monday at p.m. with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Pallbearers were Percy Wes Nick John Dan Smith and Lyndon Henry- Honorary pallbearers were Dave Dave Duell and George Price. Interment was in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Martin Bros- tors of Funeral was in charge of the arrangements. _________________ 4 CARDS OF THANKS JACOBS I would like to extend my thanks for the many kindnesses shown to me dur- ing my stay in the Municipal Hospital. I want to thank the doctors and the many kind nurses and a special thanks for the gifts of visits and other things given to me while I was in the hos-' pital. Jacobs. ed 72 beloved husband of Mrs. Elsie Mosley of Pincher Creek. Funeral service in Pin- cher Creek United Sat- August 1973 at Rev. R. Putman officiat- ing. Fairview Cem- etery. In lieu of dona- tions to the Canadian Cancer care of Ames Insur- ance. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME Pincher Creek. C1207 GABOON Miriam beloved wife of Golden L. Ca- hoon and daughter of William L. and Beatrice M. passed away in the Cardston Hospital on Aug- ust B. 1973. Mrs. Gaboon was born in Cardston May 1932. She was raised and educated in and was active in sports. She was married to Golden Cahoon in the Cardston March 1953. She worked as a telephone opera- tor for the A.G.T. In 1962 they moved to Salt Lafca re- turning to Cardston in 1957. She worked for a short time for the Toronto Dominion Bank. She loved to embroider and arrange flowers. She leaves to mourn her passing besides her husband and par- two Mrs. Wen- dy Bamberg of and Deborah K. Cahoon of two sons William L. of Calgary and Lloyd D. of one Shanna one Wm. Lloyd Bennett of Stock- and a Dar- lene B. Watkins of Germany. Funeral services will be held in Alberta Stake Chapel on August llth at 1 with Bishop Bryce Ca- hoon officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cem- etery. SALMON FUN E RAL HOME. Directors of Funeral Service. C1209 GROSS Funeral service for Edward A. Gross. Grassy Lake resident who disd at Calgary Aug. at the age of 56 was held at a.m. Aug. 1973. with Rev. Don O'Dwyer the celebrant. Pallbearers were Ben and Chris Martin Marian Anton Heck and Antcn Gross. Interment' was in the Taber Memorial Garden. Humphries F u n e ral Directors of Fu- neral was in charge of the arrangements. VAN STAALDUTNTE We wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends and neigh- bors for their kindness and help during cur recent bereave- ment. Special thanks to the the honorary pall- the the nurses and staff of the Bow Island Pastors Lise and and the Ladies Society of the Burdett Christian Re- formed Church. family of the late Mr. M. Van Staalduine IN MEMORIAM PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE In the matter ot Section 175 of The Municipal Government Act and in the matter of the closing cf a certain public rcadway. TAKE NOTICE that at its regular meeting to be held on the 27th day of at ths hour of 8 o'clock in the evening. In Council Chambers at City Hall in the Council cf the City of Lethbridge intends to consideration to passng a By-Law to close the fallowing That portion of Sixth Street Ncs-th which lies to the north of the r.crth limit ot Fourth Avenue North as hown on Plan 5374-K. 7843-tf NOTICE ANYONE HAVING HAD work recently done by a Coaldale con- struction please write Box Hersld. 7J70-13 FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQLMRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX LETH- ALBERTA. 327- 327-1340. 1686-tfh BO SERVICES AND REPAIRS FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP for rent. Phone 653-31B2 or Cardston. 4141-tf AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRIC lawn mower rebuilding sarc Repair 1011 3rd Ave. S. 327-2656. 2093-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices en all mikes of washers and automatic or conventional. Also all imall lawn vacuum etc. No lob too large or too imill- LETHftRlDGE WJ 3rd Ave. s.-Pnont C7UMI TRUCKING BUSINFSS With full line of trucks and equip- ment. All units are under contract at present. Office and 35x70 ft. building may be leased from present owner. Call RAY LAVALLEY at Coaldale. EXCLUSIVE. ROYAL TRUST 323 7th ST. S. Phone 328-7768 COAST-TO-COAST REALTORS ClOW-tr i CO PRINCE BECOMES DIVER LONDON Prince Charles has a new deep- sea diving. The now serving on the British frigate Minerva in the says in a foreword to a volume called The World Underwater Book that be has brought up gold and old musket bars from a Spanish wreck off Columbia and explored a wreck in the British Virgin Islands. The book is scheduled to be published next month by the British Sub- aqua Club. PUBLIC NOTICES FOURTH AVE No. 89 LOAMS AND INVESTMENTS Schwartz Agencies Ltd. Collegt Mall. Phont 328-3331 Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest available. Firjl and tecond morrgagn. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person wha claims he end tils lands will be preludicially attested by the closing ol Ihe shall an opportunity to heard by the Council by himself or Mi AT LETHBRIDGE this yd flay ef A D.. 1973. Jofln Gerla City Clerk AT DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN NORTHERN AFFAIRS PARKS CANADA TENDER Contract WR 81-73 Twenty Man Sleeping Complex Waterton Lakes National Park The work consists Factory Built Transportable Structures Installed a t Site Sealed tenders marked as to content and addressed lo Ihe Contracts Ad- Parks Canada. Depart- ment cf Indian Affairs and Northern 134 Customs Room 11 Ave. will be received up PM Daylight August 1973 Tender documents can obtained Irom ttie contracts Parks Deoarlment of Indian Affairs and Northern 13X Customs Room 134 11m Avenue Alberta T2G on receipt ef elan dtpotif in the amount of S25.00 In the form af a Certified cheque payable to Ihe Receiv- er General for Canada and viewed it the office of the Superintendent r.f erton Lakes rtrS and the Construction Association Offices In Cal- aary and AlMrta. The lowest or any Tender net neces- urlly accepted. L. H. Robinson Director Western Region f SOFTEN POT STAND WASHINGTON _ The American Bar Association voted Wednesday for private use of marijuana. The ABA's pol- icy-making house of delegates voted 122 to 7 to go on record as favoring removal of criminal penalties for private possession of of the drug. mother. Bertha Alice who passed away August 10thT and a daar father and Murray. S. Hanna who passed av.-ay November 1950. As time unfolds another year Memories keep them ever God has them in his keeping But we have them in our hearts. Ever remembered and sadly missed by their sons and daughters and their families. 7533 Feed grain policy reaction As confusing as the plan By THE CANADIAN PRESS Six days after the interim fed- eral feed grains policy was un- veiled in the reaction to it appears almost as con- tradictory as some people con- sider the policy. The interim to hold for a found both critics and supporters in the where both farmers and livestock producers have been divided on the issue. Spokesmen for the Saskatche- wan and Manitoba governments indicated Wednesday that they may challenge the new policy in the courts. Calling the policy Manitoba Agri- culture Minister Sam Usfiw said it would place western live- stock at a dis- advantage compared with those in the East and would weaken the orderly marketing system run by the Canadian wheat board. Similar comments came from Saskatchewan's deputy minister of Doug Mac- Arthur. The two spokesmen said their governments are con- sulting on possible joint legal action. No grounds for the ac- tion were given. FOUR AREAS INVOLVED Most of the reaction centres about four elements in the new federal of restrictions on feed grain movement between Prairie provinces. of a form of feed grain bank which would buy feed grains at a guaranteed thus bolstering prices in surplus years and tending to moderate prices in years of short supply. indicated light reduc- tion in freight subsidies for feed graii being shipped to eastern livestock producers. feed grain prices to prices paid by western feed mills instead of to the price of U.S. corn at Thunder Bay. The corn has been the chief com- petition for feed grain in East- ern Among agriculture spokesmen condemning the new policy as a weakening of the powers of the wheat board which also han- dles oats and barley is Bill Alberta co-ordinator for the National Fanners Un- ion. he farmers will breathe a sigh of relief to find that for at least another year orderly marketing of feed grains has not been completely cast out of the win- But E. A. president of the Saskatchewan Federation of Agriculture and vice-president of the Saskatchewan Wheat said in a Wednesday in- terview that the policy is on the whole CAREER OPPORTUNITIES with GREAT CANADIAN OIL SANDS LIMITED Journeyman Elec- tricians per hour. Should hove o minimum of 2 years mill or refining experience. THE A pioneer Mining and Extraction com- plex engaged in the.produc- tion erf synthetic crude oil from the Athabasca Tar Sands area. The company of- fers excellent relo- cation assiitance and modern family accomodotion. Fort Alberto. 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