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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta M DOMISTIC MMEDIATE PART TIME COOK. VAHTED WOMAN TO DO HOUSE- vcfk ent a WMk. 327-7871. FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP for rent. Phone or Cardston. 41tt-tf MATURE HOUSEKEEPER FOR centre. Phont 321-5057. C1521-U WANTED NOON HOUR BABYSIT- tr near Flettvwod School. Phont 133- IHt-21 BABYSITTER WANTED MONDAY Phone ttttr p.m. 1331-21 WANTED MATURE PERSON FOR full time babysitting 'n_nvj _home. t200-17 RESPONSIBLE BABYSITTER FOR two children in my mar Woolco. 5'A per Phone 3M-K17. URCENTLY NEEDED LIVE-IN babysitter. Own room. week- Off. Apply Box Calgary Herald. MA- lure person to come In from 7 a.m. p.m. Phont between S-7 p.m. 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL LOCAL MEDICAL CLINIC RE- qulres CNA October 1st After- noons Monday to Friday. Apply with full to Bex Herald Cl520-25 COMBINED LAB AND X-RAY TECH NICIAN for active treatment hos- Dital. Standard agreement scale In af- fect. Good personnel policy and fringe benefits. Apply BOW ISLAND GENERAL BOW ALBERTA C1507-15 MEDICAL LIBRARIAN OR TECHNICIAN required for 20 ted active treatment hospital. Responsible for all mainten- ance and of medical records. In- terested candidate should be familiar with PAS. S-1 -V commensurate with education tr BOW ISLAND GENERAL BOW ALBERTA C15M-25 72 LICENCED NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre 328-25W. KINDERGARTEN PRE REGI- STRATION. PHONE 327-4521. Cl 000-31 75 MUSIC TEACHERS PIANO LESSONS GIVEN GRADES one-six. Mrs. lla 329-3260. G026-23 PIANO LESSONS. MRS. BARBARA A.R.C.T. Phone 3M-0261. 3422 20th Ave. S. 81O-17S GUITAR AND AC- cordion lessons. Bertl School of Music 2446 South Partalde Drive. Phone 327 0115. C1M3-M PIANO LESSONS. WILL PREPARE students for Western Board or Conser- vatory exams. Phone Mrs. Edith 345-4277. 8144-24 SUSAN YOUNG CARRIE B.A. MUS U of A Is now accepting itudenst In voice and theore- tical sublects for 1973-74 term. 1014 7th St. N. Phone 32B-7411. 7B71-28 LESSONS GIVEN CLARINET AND early grade plant Phone evenings. C1419-25 VIOLIN LESSONS. O.B. BENTSEN. 432 21st St. X. Phone 327- W82-tf THE MUSIC STUDIO 216 13 ST. S For Instruction In classic and popular bass guitar and specie1 rates for students starting In 1973 Phone S319-1 LESSONS THE ory. Students prepared for exams. Dennis A. Mus. T.C.L. A.R.- C.O. Registered music teacher. Xth Avtnut South. Phont 329-3250. 76 SEWING SERVICES FOR DRESSMAKING AND REPAIRS Phone 329-3237. 8267-27 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT STEEL OR LEAD GUITAR who for country and western band. Esther 327-9544. 8254-27 DANCE BAND FOR HIRE Per etc. Phone LEN EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER VICE-DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS ETC. PHONE 328-28S7. 78 LOST AND FOUND FOUND THREE MONTH OLD FE- male Shepherd with notched right ear. Claim at pound. LOST BOY'S RED CHOPPER cycle with basket. Missing from Hen derson Lake Swimming Pool. 328-2145 8164-25 79 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking Phone 327-8049 or after p.m. SAIL SEA SCOUTS ON LETH bridge for boys 11'14 years. 3274101. 8028-23 DRIVING TO QUEBEC EARLY SEP- tember. Need passenger to share ex- penses. Write Box Herald. WANTED RIDE FOR ONE TO PORT- land or Oregon for week of August Jitti. Phone Bow Is- land. BIRTH CONTROL AND INFORMATION counselling Information and referrals concerning blrtrt unwanted sterllliatlorv Group presentations available. st. s. Phone sn-mw. ciiw-tf FARMER WOULD like to meet lady 35-40 who would like farm a good home and a good provider. Wrltt Box M SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF L6TH- BRIDGE 32KW2. C37S1-H FRED'S EAVESTROUGHING AND painting. Interior and exterler Free tstlmttts. 328-1251. AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRit. lawn mower rebuilding service. Sarc Repair 3M S. 3I7-MM. 20T3-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND ST6NCIL Rubber corporate tfe. Same day tervlee. 1J3J 2nd Avt. S. Phont 321-5114. MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER vices en all makes of and automatic or conventional. Also small lawn vacuum ate. No lota too large or ton small- LETHBRIDG6 MS 3rd Avt. M SIRVICIS AND R1PAWS OARDENINO WILL HAUL JUNK AND GARBAGE. For fret estimate phone 327-8237. WW-tf LANDSCAPING LAWNS SEEDED or trtet pruned or removed. Fret estimates. Phont 7748-24 MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. trimming fell. Ing. Call 328-2094 or 327-1323. 7030-tf LANDSCAPING AND new lawns seeded. Phont 329-0344. Still EVERGREENS SHADP TREES UP TO 11 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES ALTA. 345-4133 CLOSED SUNDAYS CU40.tf PETS AND SUPPLIES REGISTERED BLACK LABS. Shadet 327-6377. 8304-24 AUSTRALIAN BLUE-COLLIE CROSS pup for sale. Phont Granum. DEATHS HODNETT Passed away in Waterton Lakes on August Rennk Hod- aged 12 beloved Mo of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hodnett oC Fort The funeral service will be held in Trinity United Church Friday at 2 Peter Walker of- ficiating assisted by Rev. E. R. Doyle. Cremation. Friends who wish may donate to the Rennie Hodnett Memor- ial fund for youth activities care of Madeod Savings and Credit Union. Funeral arrange- ments by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME Fort Macleod. C1530 ELEVEN WEEK OLD FEMALE Si- amese kittens. each. Phont TWO FULL GROWN MALE S.1A- mese cats One red point one blue point. trier 4 p.m. FLUFFY AND LOVEABLE four kittens to be given away to good owners. 328-7014. CHAMPION SIRED BLACK GREAT Dane pups. Write Box Coal- dale or phone 345-4539. FOR SALE SMALL MINIATURE black. Very good with chil- dren and lots of fun to have. Spar- dell Trailer B.C. 8029-23 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE ESTABLISHED REAL estate business. Write Box Herald. C1524-25 RESTAURANT IN LETHBRIDGE Hotel for lease. Apply In person. ClOSO-tf IMPERIAL OIL TWO BAY SER vice station. Gallonage to plus stock at Alber- ta. Phone M7-3773. FOR SALE OR RENT Pool room and coffee shop at Fore- most. Phone Burdett. Business building for sale or centre of Main Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box B.C. 7843-H TRUCKING BUSINESS 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 LAV ALLEY at Coaldale. EXCLUSIVE. ROYAL TRUST 323 7th ST. S. Phone 328-7768 COAST-TO-COAST REALTORS CIOM-H mDfatfUf UuneraUf CaroJ ROLLER Passed away suddenly at the residence in Milk River on August Mr. Emanuel Frank- lin Holler at the age of 78 beloved Vusband ol the late Mrs. Beatrice Roller. The funeral service will be held on Friday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. with Rev. Ken Morris officiating. In- terment will follow in the Field of Honour Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. C1531 DEATHS TURNER George Freder- passed away in Raymond after a lengthy illness on Tu- August 1973 at .the age of 64 years beloved hus- band of Mrs. Thelroa Turner rf Raymond. Funeral services will be held in the Raymond Third Ward L.D.S. Chapel on August 24th at 2 with Bishop Ronald H. Watson officiating. Interment will fol- ow in the Temple Hill Ceme- tery. Friends may meet the amily and pay their respects rom prior to the service at the Church. Donations may be made to the Canadian Can- cer 409 Canada Trust. Lethbridge or the Alberta Heart 1705 15th St. South Leth- bridge. CHRISTENSEN SAL- MON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C1532 90 CONTRACTS PAINTING DONE PART TIME. Interior Exterior. Free estimates. Phone 3H-W25. 8171-23 PAINTERS. QUALIFIED WORK guaranteed. Free estimates. Phone 32S-M11. FRED STEINER CEMENT old basements water proofing. In- free estimates. Phone 327-82U. C3Ml-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES 326- 5745. C1934.M ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK. Good workmanship and prompt ser- vice. Reasonable. Phone Mike 327-3316 or 328-1616. FENCES BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. etc. Hauling Jim 328-3983- 24SOA-tf ECONOMY PAINTING AND DECOR- Very very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf Retail Chain Desire Commercial Location In Town Five yrs. minimum lease. Box Herald 8145-24 Fifty bed hotel with extremely good liquor outlet. Cafe and dining room facilities with two bedroom suite. Ex- clusive. Twenty-eight bed hotel In qood farm- Ing and rtnching area. Exclusive. Fifteen unit motel with good Hying accommodation with self contained suite for extra revenue. Exclusive. KEY REALTY INSURANCE Phone 328-6671 C1523-25 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. PHONE 328-3331 with the Multiple Listing Service One of the best little going businesses In fcr only Complete with equipment. Located in southern Alberta city. For more Information call Harold Fox at MLS 18 unit motel .showing excellent re- turns. Located on main thoroughfare. Call Barry Marquardson at 328-0301. MLS 7 C15M-2S 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage In tmall n d old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. 328-32J1. Schwartz Agencies Ltd. College Phone 328-3331 Commercial Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest rates available. First and second Cl 420-25 90 CONTRACTS QUALITY CEMENT WORK _ SIDE- etc. Rea- sonable Phone 327.3432. Fret estimates. OARAGE CEMENT WORK tnd stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson 1020 7th S. Phone C7377-tt PRIVATE Homes only. Complete painting service. Reasonable rates. Guaranteed work. For free phone DOX NUMBER REPLIES 2 J 70 100 14S PUBLIC NOTICES CARPET TENDER LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY Tenders for the supply and Installs tlon of carpet for the new Lethbridge Public Library will be received up to 3 p.m. September by Robins Mitchell Architects and En- 6th Street Leth- Alberta. Tenders shall be accompanied by a certified cheque for of the tender amount or a bid bond equal to of the tender amount. A performance bond for of the tender amount will be required. Specifications and drawings may be obtained from the Architects office. A44 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF EDWARD ANDREW of Grassy in the Province of Far. who died on the 5th day of Aug- 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- Ing claims upon the Estate of the above must -tile with the un- dersigned Solicitors by the 20th day of a full state- ment of their claims and of securities held by them. HIGA WOOD Barristers and Solicitors 519 7th Street South Alberta Solicitors for the Executrix ESTELLE MARIE GROSS A31 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF TONY TVER otherwise known as AN- THONY of the Town of in the Province of who died on the 13th day cf June. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above must file with the under- signed Solicitors by the 27th day ol a fun state ment of their claims and of securities by them. HIGA AND WOOD Barristers and Solicitors 519 7th Street South Alberta Solicitors for the Executors MARGARET TVERKUTES and BILL TVERKUTES. A33 Aug- ust Emil aged 76 beloved husband of Mrs. Mabel ''Erickson of Pincher Creek. Born in Swe- came to Canada at an early worked for the rail- way and later ranched and armed in the Pincher Creek retiring In 1964. Surviv- ing besides his wife are two step Mrs. Howard Petersen of Mrs. Francis 'incher one step Gordon Pincher twelve one Ivar in Sweden. Funeral service in Pincher Creek United Church on Satur- August 1973 at Rev. R. Putman officiat- ing. Interment in Fairview Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Pincher United Church Memori- al care of Mrs. E. Mc- Leod. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME Pincher Creek. DEATHS OBRAY Nettie passed away Au- gust at the age of 60 years. Graveside service will be conducted August 24 at 2 p.m. at the Cardston Cem- etery- SALMON FUNERAL in charge of arrangements. C1535 MILLS Passed away on August Albert age 91 years of Fort Mac- formerly of Born in he came west in 1904 where he homesteaded in the Ponoka dis- trict. He married Elizabeth Brown in and they farm- ed in the Ponoka district until moving to Saskatchewan and farming there till 1936 when they moved to the Granum district. Mrs. Mills predeceased him in 19S9 and in 1961 he moved to Fort Macleod. He is survived by one Jack Mills of three one great and one broth- cf Ontario. The funeral service will be beld in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Fort Madeod Saturday at Rev. Gordon Haynes officiating. Interment in the Granum Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Soci- ety. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME Fort Macleod. C1533 CARDS OF THANKS HENKER Anne and Bev wish to express their sincere appreciation to the many rela- friends and neighbors for their kind expressions of sym- pathy shown in so many ways during our recent bereave- ment. 8397 NELSON We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to everyone who helped in any way to make our farewell party so pleasant. Ethel and Nancy Nel- son 8398 IN MEMORIAMS PATTERSON Treasured memories of a dear father and Gordon who passed away Aug- ust 1972. You never really left us. Nor have you travelled far Just entered in God's And left the door ajar. Our family chain has broken And nothing seems the same. But as God calls us one by one The chain will link again. missed by Jean and family. 8399 PENNER In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and who pass- ed away on Aug. 1972. We feel so sad when those we love Are called to live in HOME But they have but gone to prepare the way And we'll meet them again some happy For God has told us that nothing can sever A life HE created to live forever. remembered and sad- ly missed by David Penner Sr. and family. 8400 2 men take taxi Two men who took a taxi without consult- ing the driver were remand- ed to Aug. 29 for sentencing in provincial ccnrrt Wednes- day morning. Douglas and Gordon plead- ed guilty to stealing a' taxi near the El Rancho Motel Aug. 22. Police said the taxi was left running outside the motel while the driver made a de- and was gone when he came out. The two accused were apprehended the same evening in a residential dis- trict. Two men detained for 75 years MOOSE JAW Alex Saskatchewan's social ser rices says he has not yet found that any harm has been done to two men who Iiave been detained in a provincial school for the mentally-retarded for a total of 75 years. One of the now has been held since be was 18 when he was committed for attempt- ing to persons on a by placing a rock on a railroad track. Toe since 1947 for theft of worth of soft drink bottles. Mr. Taylor said his initial duty was to find out who the men were after the cases were revealed last week by John director of the Saskat- chewan Association for the Mentally-retarded. then had to try to fiSS out if something had been done to the two men to cause them any harm. I have not yet dis- covered that they have been harmed in any Despite a recommendation from a special review board that the men be an order has not yet come1 from the provincial govern- ment. men are not capable of functioning totally independent- Mr. Taylor said. they could function in a community with slon. One of our real needs is for community-based resources. The two men would certainly be allowed into tho county If and when these needed re- sources become Invasion threat SANTIAGO -President Salvador Allende of Chile met with his national security coun- cil Wednesday and con- gressional sources said they dis- cussed the threat of an invasion by Bolivia. situation Is Admiral Raul com- mander of the told report- ers. He would not elaborate. But there were unconfirmed re- ports of Bolivian troop move- ments along Chile's north- eastern frontier. Vandals destroy primitive art Calif. California's Mojave Desert is a giant treasure chest of primi- tive art. But federal officials re- port it is being tost to an army of vandals with high-speed jack hammers and bull- dozers. Isaac Eastvold said vandals are destroying or re- moving the ancient rock carv- ings of the desert at a rate that destroy virtually all of them within 15 years. In some the carvings are more than years said who has been conducting a photographic in- ventory of the desert or stone for the U.S. bureau of land management. During the 13 months he has been working on the about one-fourth of the carvings he has photographed already have Eastvold said in an interview Tuesday. Stanfield trip under study OTTAWA Conserva- tive Leader Robert Stanfield is considering a midrSeptember trip to Brussels to study Euro- pean wage and price control efforts and other aspects of the European Economic Commu- nity. ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS WILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL LAKEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TENDER CALL Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned at the office cf the Secre- Lethbridge School Dis- trict No. 433-15 Street until September not later thin p.m. for and alterations Wilson Junior High School Lakevlew Elementary School General contractors may obtain plans and specifications from Mr. D. Art- Lertibrldge School District No. 433-15 St. Alberta. Plans may be obtained upon n deposit of This sum will be refunded provided that all documents are re- turned In good condition not later than ttn days after closing date of tender. A certified cheque or bid bond In the amount cf ten percent ef the tender price mult accompany ten- ders. The successful contractor must furnish Performance Bond In the amount of fifty percent of me contract sum as required by the owner. The lowest or any tender will not neees- larlly be accepted. Mr. M. V. Crumley secretary-Treasurer Lethbrldee School District No. SI O3 15 Street South Alberta Now in Simpsons-Sears All season motor oil Spectrum crniw TOR OIL SHEGTB ALU MOTOR WUKSEDtO OHISW1H1 YOU HEED TO _ MUSINTHIS MOTOR To-day's powerful engines and rug- ged driving conditions call for an oil that can take it and take it. 10W40 Spectrum is just the oil to give your car engine the protection it needs. Because it stays thin enough in sub-zero weather to start your yet thick enought at high speeds to lubricate it well. Oil filter wrench all sizes of on filters. Reg. 98c Oil filter b-Meet mfrs. new car war- ranty specs. All Pouring spout c-Also a can opener. Fits cans. Reg. 98c Complete Rebuilt month or 24000 mile Nationwide Guarantee- Ask about our Simpsons-Sears All Purpose Account Simpsons-Sean you get finwt MMttadlofl or nwnty rafundatj and dtliwry beglnt with you awry Incn ol the wav SERVICE STATION HOURS. Dolly from 8 o.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday til 9 p.m. 2nd and 13th St. N. ;