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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1971 16 THZ LETHBR1DGE HERALD Tuesday, Auciusl 24. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 45 AUTOS WANTED 57 JMAIEJIEIPWANTED ___. I n ITT TD Wl ft W T P D WD U r lit GOOD SET DRUMS WITH ZILC j WANTED OLUI A'' FOR SALE ELECTRIC custom bulll. Also vrall praclire H-..P Illler. i-IFprj? ['Pore CASH PAID BABYSITTER WANTED. PHONE BOJ, uilcr p.m. 7971 26 SPECIALS Cn In'trumcnis all lypes. M U S I C L A N D ToVu'i COUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 328-3c54 O97P tl GIRL WITH SEWING EXPERIENCE wanted. Wrile Box J, Herald. C6BB7-2.1 LADY WANTT-n FOR CLEANING ONE v.tckly. Plione 327-3691, 378-47J6. SOaD-25 I HOU5CKEHPER TO LIVE IN. FOUR 'children, Ihree school age. Phono I 373-9672 8I7J-76 41 PRODUCE FOR SALE JwEET CORN FOR FRE E Z I H G C. A den Iresh. Five dOJ. 42 TRUCKS FOR SALE STUD E BAKER HALF Heavy duly springs. Pnone "j i 46 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES I WANTED HOUSEKEEPER FOR FARM WORK. Tiircr Qdulis. AM conveniences. Phone 65.1 8086 2d BABYSITTER IN MY (IT Thursday, Friday and Sal- rr.-Mv's North side. Phone 32B-63J1 BIJ3-26 Relrecicjrjble tire casings for i u cash Delivered lo Norlh Lc-lh-______________________ bridge Mo-Tires Lid., 305 13lll I 58 MALE HELP WANTED 51. N. 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED THREE TON WINCH TRUCK DRI- tpr, alio 'ive ton winch truck driver Bid also third year appren- ON field. Hourly wage and guar- _____ lnier. Wril" Box I1B, Swan Hills, Al- TYPE5 bsri.i IHC S1BO TRUt.K WITH U F I box and hoist. Excellent Phone 732 .1587, B a.m.-5 p 1171 CMC HALF TON V B, AUTO- malic, loaded. lo.OCO miles. Phcne im.________________i 19JB GMC HALF TON. 26.000 MILES. Six cylinder, four speed, HOR5E? '.VANTED i ,V-_L ,___________ and :ne5. NATIONAL COMPANY Jjnn Dr-J'.ry Phone JJO I 1971 FORD -'i TON CREW CAB. fight It. box, l.MO miles. TRUCK AND CAMPER IG'i FT. Top ouallly. Self conla'.ied. Reason able price. 1718 5lh Ave. A N. liSMI lltj FORD icONOLINE 3Ei7 offer. Phcne 327-053J; nlTer 5 n n' 328-7066. fv FARMER CUSTOM KILLING Wholesale Grd K CITY 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED HAS OPfcN- sales represenlalive. Full company beneiils. Unlimited opporlu- r.iliDS For personal interview, call John'Edeiscn, Marquis Hotel, Tuesday and Wednesday or wrlle Box 18, APPLICATIONS WILL BE RECEIV- ED UNTIL AUGUST 31, FOR THE POSITION OF STEWARD AT THE HILLCREST MINERS' CLUB SEND APPLICATIONS TO THE SECRE- TARY, HILLCREST MINERS' CLUB HILLCREST, ALTA. IHl-W 1953 IHC TWO TON GOOD I IRES. Rebuilt molor. Flaldert Good larm truck. 5350. Phone 327-7GOS. U6J MERCURY. V-t, CUSTOM CAB. I v, b wide box, six ply tires. Nice -ondillon. 3IB-2J73 ql 1968 RANGER PC'.VcR Inq, pov.-er brakes, T'- C can-p-r V.ill Ph'n, 5270752 0 REOUIRrD IMMEDIATELY TWO LICFN "ED MOTOR MECHANICS PLU5 WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND FRONT END SPECIALIST TOP -VASES BUSY SHOP. ALL COM PAMY APPLY IN PF.R. sSs TO GRANT KRISTJANSEH SERVICE MANAGER, ENERSOI- MOTORS LTD. C699B-2I bumpe SUM. MERCURY HALF fside, red, Ccasf r rad'p Exccllenl c Box 651, Taber. 19i7 360 MOTOR, STAN- rja'-d trsnsmission. Fiillv equinced v.-i'h B' (DC! Randall overhead fr 12 and HO wiring, c re nine, hca'1-r, stcve and S3653. E. 3J5-3221. Ccaldaie 19W THREE TON TRUCK 25.KC miles 12 ton Renn ho.M and best toi and stcck racks, dumping ena gile 900x20 rear lires, 625x20 Tcnl. In Irarfp c.-e exo-ric-nce necessary. Musi Mr to meet Ihe puDbc. Wrile TRUDY BIRTH and Mrs. James Smith are proud to ajinounce the birth of their daughter, Heather Gayle, bora August 21, 1971, 7 Ibs. 0 ozs., a sister for Brent. 8182 "iVhat goes well with, a, dented fender? 42 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded menace cy Jim Elliott tells you Phone 321.3436, Columbia School of "7'" FOR SALE BLACK MALE POOD One year old. Regislered. Phont 63 MUSIC TEACHERS FREE KITTENS-CUTE. LOVE ABLE and pox Iramed. Phone VIOLIN LESSONS. 0 D. A.N.C.M. J3J 71sl ST. S. 6956. BENTSEN, PHONE 327- C694.! If box 16, Herald. 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED YOUN'-- MAM REQUIRED TO WORK u" TIRE SERVICE DEPARTMENT. HAVE TIRE SHOP EXPERI- ENCE. AL-0 REQUIRED IS A MAN TO WORK IN THE RETREAD SHOP RE- TREAD EXPERIENCE ESSENTIAL. Apply in Person KIRK'S TIRE SALES lethbridge, Alia. PIANO AND" THEORY LESSONS. 725 IB S1 S. Phone 323-320E. J170-lf EXPERIENCED T E A C H F R RE- n-.usic slL'dcntS. 615 Efh St. 5. me 32R-E03'- S2.50 per hcur. 73J9-24 TEACHER for piano 261 h S. A REQUIRES BEGINNERS 32D-757I. 5D7 7253-7J PIANO AND ORGAN LESSONS, IN your home. Modern or classicaj. AND ORGAN LESSONS chords. ol B.Y U. music. 236 Dieppe Blvd. SUSAN YOUNG A. (U. OF A.) and B.A. Mus. (B Y.U.) Is now renis- lering students in piano, vmce and Ihsorv for the 1971-7: term. Phcne 327- 327-1073 Slil-2 FEMALE MINIATURE POODLE Three monlhs old. all shots, renislered Apricol color. 5150. 223 20J2, Tabe FEMALE GERMAN SHEPHERD Eiglil month! Male and parl Borde ie Two years. Phcne 6763231 nwood. Must go. BATHING, CLIPPING, GROOMIH Poodles and other breeds. LETHBRIDGE POOCH AND POODLE PARLOUR 327-8778 73i5- JnanKS, DEATHS NEUFELD Passed away suddenly in '.he city on Monday, August 23, 1971, Mr. Henry Neu- feld or 2820 South Parkside Drive, at the age of 82 years, beloved husband o[ Mrs. Xsania Neufeld and lather of Mrs. Car- lyle Taylor and dear grandfather of Joel, Roger and Car- lyle Taylor Jr. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of the Funeral Service. C7001 ALFOrtD In loving mem- ory of our dear dad, Edwin Wallace, who passed away Aug. 24, Ill Uie garden of memories we meet everyday. and Nellie and their families. 8184 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS CHINCHILLAS FOR SALE reasonable prices. Apply 715 18lh PI.ETT Passed away in Coaldalc on Saturday, August 21, 1971, following a lengthy ill- ness, Miss Nelly Plclt, at the age of years. Born and raised in the South Ukraine, the late Miss Plelt came to Canada in 1948 and settled in Coaldale where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by lour sisters, Mrs. H. (Agnes) Kaethler, Coaldale, Mrs. J. (Tina) Thiessen, Surrey, B.C.; one sister in Russia and one sister in Germany. She was predeceased by one sister and three brothers. The [uneral ser- 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WANTED SIDE DU'.' Phone 327-9057, eve-mg 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT iks SIDORSKY'S RUTHIE R. RINGLAND A.R.C.T., R.M.T. JAMES C. RINGLAND A.R.C.T., R.M.T. I 1970 TRUCK WITH YEAR ROUND Ireighl haul to Calgary. Wrlle Box 17. 1949 SIMPSONS-SEARS TENT TRAIL- MOBILE HOME 1967 '2x60 PARK- wilh 10X12 porch. Phsne JB5-illO. bu SEVENTEEN FT. T RAVELAIRE Refrigerator, heater, moncrr.a'ic tcile.. Phone m-t'n. 7WO-25 SINGLE, 22 YEARS OLD. FCUS experience ma-- ularlurers firm. Handlc-d o n e -1 office. Reliable. S3S3 and beneiils. Preli-r small o lie, cinsiber Phone 323-Sr.l. 54 LICENCED KINDERGARTEN FOR RENT OtiE HARD i OP, ONE icfltop trailer, by rjsv or week. Apply lldd Slh St. 5. JUNE'S NURSERY SCHOCL-S i AR'- ig Auqusl 30lh. Ag's Inns lo -x >hone 32BB6-0 JOHNNY'S TFNT TRAILER RENTALS. PHONE 32SJ2C7. AFTER PENT 1ENT TRAILED, sleeps al thc aSe of 7G years, was held at 2 p.m. aturday, Aug. 21, 1971, in the lagralh LDS Chapel with jishop L. B. Tanner officiating. lonorary pallbearers were Villiam Blumell, Thomas and jeorge Minor, Thomas and Wallace Dudley, Mahlon Journe, Dee Ried and Jack Wellman. Active pallbearers vere Garth, Glen and Mark 'assey, Warren Wilde and den-ill and Melvin Thomson. Interment was in the Magrath Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SHERWOOD I wish In thank the Garden Prairie Women's Club for the lovely party honoring my 80lh birth- day; to all Die friends who came to make it such a suc- cess; to those who look part in the program The lovely flowers and many cards. I thank you all. Sherwood. S156 vice will be held at p.m. on Wednesday in the Mennonite Conference Church, Coaldale, with Rev. Peter Relzlaff offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the Coaldale Omelery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL, 812 3 Avenue S. (Courtesy parking at the rear) phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors ol Funeral Service. C7000 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST ALL BLACK PUPPY, ABOUT einhl Y.ecks rid--------Vicinity l.ith Ave. and 22nd St. S. Phone SIAMESE REDPOINT CAT. Six months old Gold collar around nnck vicinity cf 9'h SI. N. and ilBFford" Drive. Reward. Phone 32S_ 4069. 56 FARM HELP WANTED WANTED TWO OR TI'RrE MOWER and bater w o month' H I rj h In'and Farm e-rfm-j Ltd phone 23--3726, Forl 81-2-30 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WANTED -I'.mimum ane 16. Work 6-v p.m., Monday through Friday. S1.75 perriqur. Also beys wilh cars for ctevery Phone 327-11J1, for interview. HI7B.II FOUHD TINY FEMALE DOG. ALL black. Leather collar. Mo Vicinity ct 15lh SI S. Phcne 32B-652J. 31fl 25 SPARE-TIME INCOME Rptlllinq and collecting money from NEW TYPE high-qu.llly cc-in-operaled dispensers in your area. No selling. To quality you must have car, reter- entes. 5600 to H.MO cash. Seven to twelve hours weekly ran net excellent monlhly income More lull tjj1'- For interview wnle CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, 160 Bay SI., buile 205. Toronlo 1, Ontario. Include phone number. 66 PERSONAL 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED APPLICATIONS BEING iCCEPTTD tcr waitresses. Fcur hcurs a day. Apply al Kresge r i SOFTTOP TEtlT TRAILER INCLUD- Ina maltress, duiil in cooboards and spare whesl. Pnar.e 327-C737. E172-26 SCHOOL TEACHEC babysitter housekcDo 1st. Lakevlew Phone SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSE RE- cooks, helpers, waitresses and dishwashers. Phona 328-Z5BJ. Exn equired by pany; also Phone lor 1970 SKYLARK 17 FT. SELF-CON- fained Fu'iy Honda 53 trail pike. 37fl 779-, atler 5pm. ienced sales stall p55ive real estate dealing in new appointment. 32B-B9J7. QUINTON AND DALE Agencies Ltd. THE COMMERCIAL MEN'S Lc-nijue a' r-lpndale v.-ill r this season. BOWL- Ot !unc- E1EO-26 UNIVERSITY STUDENT BOUND FOR Lake City Share d c jr near Auqusi ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyon" a drinkini problem YOUNG, WELL GROOVED tcr for dance acadE'ny. salary and benefits lending Apply telwecn IT COSTS Lm WORE TO HAVE experts Install yur Ery-tift cr 'rama hitch SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. i through Saturday THE N. FOR SALE TRAVELEZE TRAIL- er. 30 II. Fxr-lipnl cr.noilion through- out. Fitted carpel, curtains, etc. Mr. J pneasant Trailer Court. Taber, Alia. anytime Cf9T2-26 CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS LOKMA I'lDUSTRIES LTD. i HIGHWAY 15 SOUTH I PHONE 377-1225 OP. 327-3.15? PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE 7223 II REfEPTIONlST FOR BEAJTY SALON AND COSMETIC EOUTIO'IP. GOOD PERSONALITY AND NiATNF.aS NECESSARY FIVE D.'V V'EEK TUESDAY TO SATURDAY. FREDA WALTON'S CLASSIC CDIF- FURES AND EOTIQUE. If ENUMERATORS WANTED 10 qalher information far ine ne'.v city directory 13 years cl aqe and over. Good hcur day. .tn Sstiry r-'-s bonus. Apply in Ms-i'-'erLrn Directories, 303 Slh PREBCO RECREATION VEHICtES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; servicing, slcrage end reoeir. 328-4J21. UNITED MOTORS CO. 1TD. Home cf Squire end Page mobile units In single and d.-.uble wides. (Canada's no. one Prices reduced to clear. bank rile financing. We accept trades. :-27-l7EO. DON'T WAIT FOR FALL, DO HOY; WHILE THERF r, A TERR ORY AVAILABLE fjUICK! Ph: new fcr complete en r easy, lun. ar.d prctit-ir-ie ycur life c.. be as an Avon Art ncv; before the are filled. CALL: 03 .VBIIE MRS. M. I SCOTT, 2SI4 23RD AVE. S. C6222-M ____._______________________________ LIVE-IN CARETAKER Required for nearly completed aoarlrr.ent complex. dnd before Augusl IS la: Box 12, The Herald. l.CGO ADDRESS LABELS uxe Go'd Trirr.rrcd Gumrned La s printed your name end fld 5' Only 57 Allow 3D Qgys fo livery. Cftls ry. Box 7272, Poslal 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seats, dzlcrF., Sarne-dflV 5-rvice. 1733 InrJ Avs. S. J7E-511J. 1 established dry cleaning business Southern Alberla lown of llding 25 X 125. All modern equin- two panel trucks. No opposition. excellent returns ol approxl mafely S70.000. Well established route In city of as well as surrounding 1. Records available lo sincere buyers. HAY REALTY LTD. 327-7077 or 327-7975 Evenings Phone Bill Joblonkoy 327-7159 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBR1DSE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS OFFICE RESI- DENCE 257.6BSJ. ANYTIME. 61 TEACHERS WANTED OYEN PUBLIC SCHOOL GRADES OfJF TO TUNE 1? TEACHERS MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE SER- I vices en all mafcc-s cf washers rind dryers, automatic cr conventional. Also all small lawn mowers irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No too larqe or loo small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 90S 3rd Ave. S.-Phone C7353-1! 170 GARDENING SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 318-3331 Residential, Commercial properlles. and ranches, city or Town. Lowest inlerest rates available. Flrsl and second mortgages. 75 CONTRACTS COX Passed away sudden in Piclure Bulte, on Satur- day, August 21, 1971, Mr Gordon Alexander (Alex) Cox, at the i age of 59 years beloved husband of Mrs. Lora Cox of Iron Springs. Born am educated in Nohlcford, the lat Mr. Cox joined the RCAF i 1943 and served overseas. He Hew 55 operational flights over enemy territory and was awarded the DFC. He return- ed to Canada in 1946, lo Cole- man. In 1947, he moved lo Iron Springs, where he has resided until his passing. He was a member of the Canadian Le- gion. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by one daughter, Miss Janis Cox, of Iron Springs; .wo sons, Mr. David Cox, Ft. Vermilion, Mr. Darrel Cox of Iron Spiings; one sister, Mrs. J. (Donalda) McLennan, Haney, B.C. and Ihrce brothers, James, Canyon. B.C. Stewart, Stavely, and Wilmer, Ladner, B.C. He was predeceased by one son and one brother. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 SI. North, with Rev. Dr R. W. K. Elliott officia- ting. Interment will follow in the family plot, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, phone 328-2301. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C7002 CLARK Funeral service for Joseph James Clark, be- loved son of Mrs. Delia Clark of fsland who died sud- denly at Bow Island Sunday, Aug. 15, 1971, at the age of 21 years, was held at 2 p m. Sat- urday, Aug. 21, 1971, in the Bow Island LDS Chapel with Bishop Ellys Piepgrass offi- ciating. Honorary pallbearers were Raymond Clark, Roy Hadlington, Hex Hopkins. Da- vid Pickard and Claude Bish- op. Active pallbearers were Delbcrt Heniugsgard, Ivan Mi- chalezki, Norman Keeler, Keith Conquersgood, Bruce Humphrey and Darrel Hansen. Interment was in the Bow Is- 1 a n d Cemetery. Chrislensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of {rearrangements. KONARSKI In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, Pliilco Konarski, who passed away August 24, 1965. Beautiful memories, treas- ured forever, Of the happy years we spent together, Wishing as we have wished before God could have spared you many year's more. remembered and sad- ly missed by his wife Kay. 8183 In loving mem- ory of our dear husband, father and grandfather, Frank Wilmott, who passed away August 24, 1970. He suffered in silence when no one knew, He never deserved what he went through. Take care of him Lord as he takes his rest. For on earth he was one of the best. The depths of sorrow we can- not tell. The loss of one we loved so well. loved, remembered and sadly missed by his wife, daughter and grand- children and family. 8157 i LAwTIs PUT ,r, ODD JOBS. PHONE related areas. Reply immedialely with full resume of qualificalicns, relerprces nnd stu- d-in! leaching, or superintendent's re- nnrls. Valid Alberla credenlial '.'ILL DO PAINTING PRIVATE OR ommerclal. Phcne 328-H5J3 TOM! ROTOTILLER AND GAS I.AWM MOW- er in good Phone WE DO JOR COMPLETE DRIVE tloors, walls. Anylhlng with ccn rrele. Plione 3284745. C6074-2 ientifli. Superintendent of Schccls Anadia School Division Mo. Oycn, Alberla TREES AND HEDGES TRIMMED CR ren-cved Fren nslimates. Phone 327- lai or 327-739B. I WEL' ROTTED MANURE! PHONE Vic Ezdctl, 3JR-32B9, before 6 n m, C6947-2S and af.'pr 5pm. fl'SO-H DOBCAT SAND AND GRAVEL General trucking, tront-end loader and lopsoil. Phone 337-30J7. 266911 Passengers don life jackets LIVERPOOL, England (Reu- ler) The liner Empress of Canada arrived here from Montreal two hours late Monday because of a fire alert which brought passengers on deck in life jackets. Tlie alarm sounded aboard the Canadian Pacific liner as passengers danced in the ball- room Sunday night while the ship was heading across the Irish Sea Passengers donned life jack- ets while Captain Richard Wall- gale radioed nearby ships. But the fire in a boiler was put out by the crew within 10 minutes. ALL REPAIRS place, cr.-nenl, CHIMNEY, FIRE- brick, painting nnd "ons and KEEPS MOIST keep parsley fresh and fnr mnny days first wash it thoroughly in cold water, cut off .stems 'and then place in glass fruit jar with paper lowels and refrigerate. BRAND NEW FULLY FURNISHED Mobile Homes en eaw !errn Two b-sdroom, full price, Threa bedroom, prlcp, S7.95S 12 46, full prke, models, all differed, 1o choose (rcm at grcally reduced prices. On now at cur Icl four mlhs west Hlqhwav 3. hcme are available. COALHURST MOBILE HOMES Phone 327-3744 AND KITCHEN hTLFC Apply KOOTENAI LODGE HOTEL Lake, Alia. COUNTY OF RED DEER NO. 33 RED DEER, ALBERTA Apnlkalions are Invlied from qualified persons for the following potions: SYLVAN LAKE SCHOOL: Physical EdiK.nticn Teacher Grades one-trn. Fir.r; Arls Teacher (or senior high TOR FULLY INSUP.EO TRCE BUR- GEON C.JTTING, TRIWMING, ETC. PHONE 5737-lf FOR YOUR LAWN OR GARDEN RENTALS CALL WARDS AT 328 B77i. Librarian. HIGH SCHOOL. Teachf i WANTED NO'.1.' Wolhers, Grfindrr-.ther; Looking for a Trailer or Camper? UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. Clearing ell used nnd nrcw Scamper and Mnrkea trnlicrs and campers. No Down Payments Required H credit nnnrtwcd Low Rale Monlhly Payments Only. Phono 317-Hlfl At triB Corner of 3rd St. nnd 3rd Ave. i flpplicallon superlnlcndcnl of Schools Counlv of Red Deer No. 920, Red Deer, Algeri Lacombe Nurseries Ltd. STILL AVAILABLE AT OUR SUBSTATION Open FARMERS AND CONTRACTORS _ A BOB-CAT LOADER. SOUTH- ERN CONCRETE SERVICE AND RENTALS, C69D2 25 FENCES, PATIOS, SIDEWALKS, rumpus rooms. Finishing, HO......y, lorm work Free eslimflles. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 3288551. 7490-25 R A mjiLDING, CEMENT vork and sluctolnrj. Anderson snd F.orcnson 1G20 7lh Aye 5. Phone 327-6632. C7377-lf TTENAGESS, St.irl al Phone 347-1551 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. Trees, shrubs, DCrcnnl.ils, nnd fr-nt NQ MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- irPPS. One milR v.osl of Coaldnlf. .rjG PHONE JONES ROOFING. 319- 3.15--1H3. Closed Sundays FREE KHUNt Jurl C1536-II LIVFRY AND ADVICE. ALL PLANTS GUARANTEED. C 6930-27 MOBILE HOME SALES B iffidfir In Iho rncbMn :alos fir id an prwJlir I l'fliMir> PS pim commisilon, gns Mllr.ry tc exporlcncn Box 7, Hci LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DISCTR1CT NO. 9 Oficnirn for primary teacher. Likely Grade I APPLY TO: Robert A. Kimmilt, Superintendent of Schools Lclhbridge Calholic Scparaic S. D. NO. 9 534 18 Street South, LETHBRIDGE, Alberla. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS AND ROASTERS rnnrJy, 39 conls per In on d CuMom killing, H. Dyck, fnnl 33M. HUNGARIAN VISLA AND POINITR Phone oisTERED GERMAN SMORT- r Pninlrr pupi. .Sorni solid livrr1 nr Rrr.rj fcr liunllnq. Phono frVnnry FRED STEINCR CEMENT WORK, old bdsomenls dug, walcr proofing.. In- free esllmatcs. Phono 377-B20S CJ611-II BASEMENT FLOORS, CONCRETE Mr-ps, driveways, sidewalks, rcmoric- house, shingle your rod. und Iron Springs, phone BlSd-30 Piclure Dull' D PASSTT pup'., lAllM. 1100 Lflhnwood Road, C. R. LclhbrkJge. PUBLIC NOTICE SCHOOL BUS TRANSPORTATION TENDERS Tenders will he nccenlfd for I iimnly .10 pft'.'.enorr flnrt on 16 p.v.j.enqrr School Bin Roulcs up tc pm. AuciuM 30lh, 1971. F-urll nnrlk ulnrs lender i... rtvnllnble nt Iho DIMrjcl Offlco, e n o M8 Federal building, Albortn. PUBLIC NOTICE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTmCNr OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT iEALED TENDERS will received )V the undersiqned up to 11 o'clock i m s'tanrWd Time on Tuesday, Aug- jsl 31, 1971 for the conslrucllon of IIP following work: Proicct S. R, 68-t, 5. of Peace River Gaol lo Jet. Hwy. 1 10 5 lo Mile 20 0 Asphallic Concrete Base-Pavement Approximflo QuanlMies Tons oF Gravnl Ton Miles Haul Contract nnd Specification may be obtained al tho otllce of the Lhle Consiruclon Engineer, Highways Binlc Inn, Edmonton, Albrrl.i, the office c Ihe Engineer, 1707 A Slrnul N.W., Ciilrjary, Alberta, nnd Ihe oflif of thc District Engineer, lion Bulldlnq, Lclhhrlriqe, Alhcrla, ftnd bo flwiilable only to Irdividunls slprrd nntl operating In Ihe Prov of Alberla, or to partnerships 01 corpor-illons rcnlilcrctl nn operallnri Ir nnl Imvo established n fixed nlact business In IhC Province o( Alberts A deposit ol Twenty-Five Dnllftr- pnvnbla to Ihe Provlncln treasurer, will bft required for ofld ropy o( Ihe Contract nntl SprclflcnMon InKf-n rath bid mutt bn nccomp.inln hy mnrked chequn or bond equal I 10 Tender. Tenders will he oprn pd In pulillc. The lowest or nny TenUo t rnr-rcssnrlly accepted, Deputy Mlnliicr of Hlghwnyi nn Transport Pattern 7479 ...j SOUGHT This Is a copy ol a picture released hy thc Berkeley, Calif, police de- partment of Stephen Mitchell Binfiham taken at the time of his arrest in an Oct. 14, sit-in at the University of California. Warm County authorities said they were searching for BinRliam for questioning, in connection Ihe escape attempt at San Qncnlin Prison. Author- ities said Bingham was the last person to visit Solcdad Brother George Jackson be- fore the escape attempt. Unearth statue of Hercules ATHENS (AP) Greek and American archcolofiisls digging in Ihe Royal Colonnade nt Ihe foot of Ihe Acropolis have found a marble slatuc of Hercules as an adolescent and a hust of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius. Thc Rxcnvnlions near thc an- cient market place started in March and were led by a Princclon University professor, Theodore L. Shear. The Hercules SI allies is about four feet fall and dates from thc fourth century BC. Tlw bust of cmpci'or Antoninus, who ruled Rome from 12TI lo 101 AD. was reported in excellent condition. REGAN IN America's original gaslight era began in Baltimore in 1IHG. Travel pily along in this flaLLcring, new capc. INSTANT CROCHET cape fashionable thing lo fling over panls, skirls, dresses! Uso worsted, No. ft hook for bey, solid bands. Pnl. Sixes lo fit (10-16) and SKVKNTY K I V K CENTS (coins) for each pallcrn (no slamps, please) add 15 ccnLs for each pnttrni for firsl-class mailing nnd special handling to- TIIE i.ETHRninr.K HERALD Readers Mail Limilccl GO Front Street West Toronto J, Otnario ;