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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 41 PRODUCE FOR MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED i SCRAP MALE HELP MUSIC LOANS i Funerals, f Thanks, norlams FUNERALS LEAVirr Funeral servi for Edna (Jensen) Leavitt, be loved wife of Hie late Edwa Leavitt of Cardston who di at Cardston Thursday, Aug. 2 1970, at the age of 85 yeai was held at 2 p.m. Monda Aug. 24, 1970, in the Alber Stake Chapel with Bishop W. HollingsworU) officiating. Pa bearers were Harold Jense Magnus .and Owen Bchn George Hacking and Clint and Kenneth Goble. Christei sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltt Directors of Funeral Servic was incharge of the amng ments. FULLMEI! Funeral se vice for Melvin Fullmer, be loved husband of Mrs. All Fullmer of Glenwood who die at Cardston Saturday, Aug. 2 1970, at the age of 72 year was held at 2 p.m. Tuesda Aug. 25 1970 in the Glenwooc LDS Chapel with Bishop Kei Olsen officiating. Pallbeare were Melvin Pitcher, Lamai Duce, William Bullock, Mar Chipman, David Goble and G bert Hartley, Jr. Interme was in the Cardston Cemetery Christensen Salmon Funer Home Ltd., Directors of Fune al Service, was in charge of t] arrangements. M1IIALKO Requiem mass for Michael Mihalko, belovec husband of Mrs. Barbara M halko of Czechoslovakia wi died in the city Saturday, Aug 22, 1970, after a long illness a the age of 81 years, was sa at a.m. Wednesday in th St. Peter and St. Paul's Gree Catholic Church wilh He Nicholas Diadio the cel.ebran Pallbearers were John Lei tach, George Bruchot, Jr., Mi chael Snicer, Pete Bikun Julian Kunerik, Jr., and John Mihalko. Interment was in th Mount Calvary section Shot Down CAULIFLOWER FOR FREEZING qarden (resit 10 llu. S1.J5 FOR SIGN ERECTIONS AN maintenance. 25-35 years ot ntjc. Re liable and able to nioka responslb decisions. Apply NuMonal Noon, 31 Stafford Drive. PRIVATE TUITION ON GUITAF Fred Kane. Phone 327-8897. f Births, Dea Cards 0, 1 hi Met DEATHS J ItEA Tuesday, August 25 Chester Ford, aged 9 years, beloved husband of Mrs Mabel Hea, Vulcan. Service at the Vulcan United Churcl Friday at p.m.. Rev. W. E Julian officiating. Vulcan Fu neral Home in charge. C985 JlAUtY BULL Barry, PIANO ACCORDION LESSON 1 Taught in my home. Phone 9 WHEN YOU NEED SWEET CORN FOR FREEZING. ON mile north of Broxbum Elevnlurt, Ptione tcrles Always paying nioio. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LID. 205 33rt St. North B PRESSURE WELDER! 7 Steady work, union rules, ERNA KIFFIAK, A.R.C.T. PIAN Q and Ilieory. Phone or As B homsownor, you con use II "Idle equity" In your property (wheth1 5 It Is fully paid for or nut) as FRESH CORN 25c PER DOZEN Five miles cast, two miles north u Coflldale. 3J5-I139. CAST IKON, COPPER, BRASS, RAD alors, batteries. Highest prices. Vor rarl Iron Ltd., 3308 2nd N. F'hon Apply Exchanger Sales and Scrvlc Ltd., 5115 Hubalts RcJ. S. E. Ca gar> Phone 372-1961. EXPERIENCED MUSIC from PLAZA. We provldu funds fc long-term debt consolidation, major pu chases, financing "herd-to- PICKED CUCUMBERS John Ketel One ml'e 5CO SALES REPRESENTATIVE FO Volvo and British Lcyland cars. Oeir onstrotor provided all compan benefits. Wages plus commission. Con tact sales mariaoer at M iind Automollvc Enfcrp'rlses Ltd., 3th Ave and 5th St. Lethbridge. requires students. Phono 327-1208 0 call Jt Uth St. C N. SALVATION ARMY NEEDS: Gcod (lied clplhlng, particularly iiouth, Coaldalp. Closed on Sumliiys. VIOLIN LESSONS. O.B. BENTSEt C A.N.C.M. 632 21st ST. S. PHONE 32 6956. properties or any other purpos Interast rates from Repa> ment terms to wit your requirement 3 Telephone or write giving 41 TRUCKS FOR Ave. S. or plione 328-2SSO or 3S8 6717 tor pickuu service. (AP) Thirty-two Americans were believed dead today in one of the worst helicopter crashes of the Vietnam war, but the United States command announced that U.S. battlefield casualties last week dropped to their lowest level in years. The weekly casualty report said 52 Americans were killed in action last week and another 358 were wounded. A spokesman said it was the lowest casualty total since the week ending March 5, 19C6, when Americans were killed and 177 wounded. Ths American report did not include the casualties in the shooting down Wednesday of the 50-foot-long 14-ton Cliinook helicopter. Two bodies were recovered, seven men were injured, and 30 other Americans wer'e listed as missing and pre--sumed dead. The big U.S. Army helicopter was hit by a rocket grenade as it was coming in for a landing at Fire Base Judy, in the northern part of the country. It was transporting troops being withdrawn from Kliam Due, a base 13 miles east of the Laotian border which combined troops forces abandoned Wednesday. LESSONS IN YOUR HOME O mine. 1402 isth Avs. ft. Phone 32 of current property valu x present mortgage balance (If any and amount of cash 1965 FORD FOUR TON F7DO SERIES box and hoist. Very oood stiape 345-4165. WANTED Earned our money real iuird Cleaning up our great big yard. Planted garden, mowed the gross Took out garbage. Cleaned window glass, Worked so hard summer thruug Jusi to buy a P 1 A N 0. So If you have a piano To seli us cheap Then plsase say so. Call Pnillip Nine years old nr Kevlr six years old. 327-5055. CLEANING PLANT OPERATOR Experience preferred but conuide non-experienced. Apply Mr. H. W s kerke. Western Canadian Seed Pro tessors Ltd. AND GUITAR Popular and classical Instruction. per month. Convenlefnly located ith Ave. and 14th SI. S. Fall te starts Aug. IBth. Register now. Pho Mr. Symons at 318-7523. DEVELOPMENT n i CORPORATION LTD. 1WO 7th AVENUE S. W. CALGARY 3 1970 CHEVROLET HALF TON C5 cu. in., V-8, radio, etc. Will ac CCpt frade. Phone 327-3506. FOR RETAIL STORE (DOWN STEADY EMPLOYMENT APPLICANTS STATE REFERENCES EXPERIENCE, ETC. SALARY COM MEFHTURATE WITH EXPERIENCE WRITE BOX -JO, HERALD. HALF TON CHEVROLET TRUCK miles, like new. Flrsf fake it. Apply 6U 6th St. S. IMS l.H.C. TRUCK VERY SIM. 182J 5Th Ave. A North, CENTRE FOR ADVIC Information and Direction. P h o WORK, FENCES, CISTERN repaired, odd lobs. Phona CHEVROLET TON V-S four speed, miles. Consider trade IR. Phcflft 327-5423, evenings. TRUCKS AND TRAILERS ATTENTION Le! us show you how lo.. maKf SC an hour or more with Famous Raw leigh Products. For details write The W. T. Rawlelgh Co. Ltd., Depart nen n-71-12 Henry Ave., Winnipeg 2 Manitoba. WEDDING CAKES. J and up. Freo delivery. Phone 753-34 Mcgratti. DRIVES AND WALKS. R modelling, and rumpus rooma. Pho 345-46M. son of Joe and Ceceli Hairy Bull of the Blood Re serve, passed away in Care ston on Monday, August 24 1970, at the age of 18 months Funeral services will be hel in the Immaculate Heart CatJi otic Church on Friday, Augus 28th at 10 a.m., with JTathe Jacque Joly as Celebrant. In terment will follow in th Blood Band Cemetery. Wak will be held at the home o Agnes" Hindman in Moses Lak from 7 p.m. on Thursday August 27th. Christensen Salm on Funeral Home Ltd.. Direc tors of Funeral Sen-ice. INTERNATIONAL HALF TOW feed barley or feed oats. Lukas Srouwer, Broxtjurn. One mile sast two miles aoutn. lor used truck and CTS. TOWN AND COUNTRY .VOTORS P.hone 3i7-935i ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem Phons 327-80-19 or 328-3246, after STEINER CEMENT WOR old basements dug, water proofing, 1 free estimates. Phono 327-828 FARM EMPLOYMENT MECHANIC RE quired to work on Volvo and Br ttsh Leylana cars. Wages commensurate with experience. All company benefits. Contact service manager, M and K Automotive Enterprises Ltd., 5th Ave. and 5th St. S., Lethbrldqe. OFFERS? TRUCK, MATCHING -ramper, boat, 40 h.p. motor and Irai sr 1816 6fn Ave. S- Ptione 327-4146. SCREEN AMD STOR WINDOWS- AND DOORS. FREE EST MATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-574 COMBINE OPERA lor wants two weafcs harvest work Phone 32E-369i. OF PROBLEM DP.IM ESS NEEDING UNDERSTANDS AND INFORMATION CONTACT A ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE 1 QUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 86 LETHBRIDGE, 1947 V-8 FARGO WITH THREE FT Mark 111 camper. Will sell with or without camper. Phone 327-0890. 634 17th St. N, BUILDING, C E M E N work and stuccoing. Anderson ant Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Av S. Phons 327-SS83. FEMALE EMPLOYMENT PRODUCTION MANAGER Required by Calgary based Jrsve trailer manufacturer. Salary commensurate with experience. WRITE BOX 20, HERALD 19iS CHEVROLET NO. 40 TWO TON truck with slip-on pump aid meter for gasoline handling, or with tax only. Phone 732-45B5 or 732-45E9 Picture Butts, BOOKS Special offer by National Book D fributors, adult books, Mrs! time ofl n Canada, regular value S7 or mo for S2.00. Limited time only. Must over !1 years ot age. Send cash money order, no C.O.D. or chequ plcasg. Writs to: A. B. Saias Coquitlam, B.C. RAVEN 1329 9th ST. N Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, r modelling and repairs. Phona 327-321 CLEANED, PHONE 323-7846 1969 FIDO FORD PICKUP. COLOR lime. Less than miles. Four s p c e d transmission, heavy duty Hprlngs, six ply bumper and radio. Contact Alex Molnar, phone 1223-3377, later. DO IRONING. PHONE 32S-5304 TILE, CEMENT WOP. Renovations, alterations. Phons J ant J. Custom Works, 345-4630, 22B-3370. 331 DO BABYSITTING IN MY OWN home. Reference available. Phone 328-1405. DRY WALL CO. LTD residential commercial. Texture ceilings, Gyproc vinyle board. Com plete drywall and steel studs. Phon 328-6562 anytime. Thaiite, passed away in Calgary on Wednes day, August 26, at the age of 49 years, beloved bus band of Mrs. Dorothy Smith o Glenwood, Alberta. Left tc mourn his passing besides hi loving wife are six children Mrs. Kent (Carol) Archibald o St. Paul, Minn., Wayne o Trout Lake, Wash., Doug o Calgary, Honald and Donald twin sons serving on a mission for the L.D.S. church in the United States and Rodney a home. His mother, Mrs. Eliza beth Smith of Cardston. His father predeceased him in Funeral services will be hek in the Glenwood L.D.S. Chape on Saturday. August 29, 1970 a 2 p.m., with Bishop Keith Olsen officiating. Mermen will follow in the Glenwccx Cemetery. Friends may mee the family and pay th'eir respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of tile Church. Christen sen Salmon Funeral "wo young Journeymen mechanics One with heavy duty experience, one with genera! experience. Apoly to: C-UY PELOQUIN SERVICE MANAGER COLLEGE MERCURY SALES LTD. PHONE 327-5763 LIKE TO BABYSIT IN MY north side home. Reliable. Phqne 328-2263. 1969 FORD HALF TON RANGER EX-plorsr model equipped with 360 V-8. Automatic transmission, power ng, power brakes, radio. Good YOUNG MOTHER SERVICES AND BACKHOE AND bridgs. Phone 328-7746. STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, da ers, etc. Sams-day Service, 1233 2nt Ave. S. Phone 328-51U and hag) gravel and iop so Phone 327-1413, before 5 p.m. 32 3347, after 5 p.m. Homes Sold EDMONTON (CP) Two United States companies have bought seven southern Alberta funeral homes. International Funeral S e r-vices Ltd., of Des Moines, Iowa, and its Canadian subsidiary, Canadian Funeral Management Ltd., have taken over Jacques1 Funeral Homes in Calgary, Banff, Gleichen and Didsbury and the Foster-Good-er Brothers funeral homes in Calgary. Service Corp. International of Houston, Texas, which is set-ing up a Canadian company, has bought Foster's Gar'den Chapel in Calgary. TRANSPORT CO. LTD. For Sale Immediately passenger, Model 50 Courier Sfcyvlew buses. For Inlormaiion contact D. Hayes, Jasper 852-3926 G. Gundry, Banff 762-2402 BABYSIT IN MY NORTH SIDE home. References. Phone 32B-5950. BABYSIT IN MY HOME, beginning September Bth. Phons 345-4653. for two weeks, S10 per mont Free delivery and pickup. Phono 32 2243. Singer Comoany of Canada, Co lege Mall. CANADA FOOD PROCESSING PLANT HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS IN THE MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT For personnel experience In: Boiler Operations Welding ft Fabrication J Electrical Maintenance Instrumentation Send letters to: Box 781, lethbrldge. Alberta Stating qualifications and salary rs-qu 328-2777, between 3 and a p.m. SALES snfl SERVICE. SER vices on all makes of washers ant dryers, automatic or conventional. A so all small appliances, lawn mower Irons, vacuum sic. Ho lob too laroe or too small. LETHBR'DG APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S- Phon 327-4456. PROVINCE BABY5IT ONE CHILD IN MY home Monday through Friday. Three years old or over preferred. Phone 328-9713, anytime. ALBERTA DEPARTMENT -43 TRAILERS FOR HIGHWAYS AND LICENCED 5td. 2308 5Fh Ave. A N. KINDERGARTEN, DE-parfmenf of Education approved. Two qualified teacnera. Phone 328-4751. ROTOTILLING. PHON 32S-7389. the undersigned up to 11 o'cloc A.M. Standard Time on Friday, Sep tembar 11, 1970 for the following WOODS BARON TENT TRAILER six to eight. With mattresses camp and chairs; Phone 327-8868 LAWNS PUT IN, ROTOTILLINP and odd jobs. Phone 327-6143. FOR KINDERGARTEN? Three afternoons p-r week. 512.50 per month. Norlh Lethbrldqe Kindergarten. Phone 327-1434 or 328-8769 GRADE SEPARATION FO HIGHWAY 2 UNDER A DISTRIC ROAD AT BEDDINGTON Contracts and Specifications may b obtained at Office of the Chle Bridge Eng neer. Highways Building Edmonton; Office of the District TRIMMED, ODD JOBS Phone 327-2436 or 327-7398. FOR SALE 1967 CHALET TRAVEL trellsr. Cooler, sink, propane stovs, two double beds. Phons AND YARD CLEAN UP Phone 327-2438 or 327-7390. Bros. Ltd., Directors o Funeral Service, was SLIGHTLY USED 14 PT. HOUSE trsllsr. Repainted, accessories. What offera? Phone after 6 p.m., 327-7625. REQUIRES MALE SUPERVISOR For Tailor Shop Must he experienced In all areas of alterations in men's and ladles' tash-ions. Good salary plus profit sharing ana other smployeu benefits. Apply now at the Centre Village Mall 13th St. and 2nd Avs. H. Phons 328-1493. 2830 12th Avc. S Administration Building, Leth bridge; and Office of the District En glneer. Highways Building, Calgar and wjll be available only to Individ uals domiciled and operating in th 'rovlnce of Alberta, or lo partner ships or corporations registered am operating In and who have establishec a .fixed place of business In the Province of Alberta, A deposit of of the arrangements. ZMURCHYK Funeral ser rice for Alexander Zmurchyl Deloved husband of the lat Mrs. Kathleen Zmurchyk wh died in the city Sunday, Aug 23, 1970, after a brief illness LICENCED FULLY INSURED TREE Directors of Funeral Service, rr COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE experts Install your or frame hitch. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. KOOP DAY CENTRE Children, six weeks Jo six years. Phons 32S-2835, 328-3094. GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed lop soil, manurs. Complete landscaping service. Phone 327-5856 or 327-0662, Ptssed away in .he city on Tuesday, August 25, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Emma BerUia Mc-'Jabb at the age of 82 years of 638 8th Street South, beloved wife of the late Mr. George Mc-Nabb. Bom in Minnesota in 1888, the late Mrs. McNabb came to southern Alberta in the eary 1900's and spent prac-ically all her We in Leth-iridge. She was a member of the senior citizens and pemmi-can club. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. B. (ArdeEe) MacLachlan of Lagima-Mguel, California and Mi's, G V. Verna) Jones of Albernie, B.C.; one daughter-in-law HARDTOP COLLAPSIBLE MALE EMPLOYMENT each copy of Contract and Spec cations taken. Each bid must b accompanied by a marked chequi o bond equal to 10% of fender. Tender will be opened In public. The (owes or any tender not necessarily acceptcc L. H. McManus Deputy Minister of Highways snd Transport 3939. 422 10th St. S. NEW SODS OR SEEDING Call. Reedyk Landscaolng 338-1309. Free age of 82 years, was hel at p.m. Wednesday in h Memorial Chapel, 703 13th S N., with Rev. E. R. Doyle of ficiafing. Pallbearers w e r Alex Zmurchyk, William An di'eachuk, Michael Wyrostok Robert Marsden, Albert No overhead Propane stove, sink, side overhead cupboards, closet. Bunk above dinette. Dinette makes Into bed. 327-0824. AND DRIVEWAYS DOfJE. rcasonabla rates. Phone 327-2J38, 327-7398. Storm Kills 2 MONTREAL (CP) A violent storm which carved irougli Montreal and much of southern and eastern Quebec Wednesday killed two persons and caused extensive damage to 1963 SCAMPER TRAILER Wh FT. aslf-eonta tried, hot water and shower. Very god condition. Must be seen to appreciated. Phone 328-5731. FSMAIE HELP HARDWARE Phona 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOT1LLERS, POWER OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT, 1963 and rf THE MATTER of Cliy of By-Law No. 2908, being a to amend By-Law 27SO, being a wilh respect to zoning for the ily of Lethbridge TAKE NOTICE THAT on Tuesday, he 8th day of September, 1970, at the lour of o'clock In the afternoon the Council Chamber of City Hal! e Council of the City of Lethbridge ill hold a Public Hearing pursuant to ecticn 130 of The Planning Act to onsider the proposed 2906 lo mend By-Lav; 3750, known as the .onlng By-Law. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE HAT the proposed By-Law 2903 will mend the Zoning Map by deleting rom Zone Rl Residential and de-neating as Zone R2 Residential Multiple Dwelling) lands des-ibed as le North 9S5 feet of Ihe most Souih-ly 1190 feel of the most Easterly 2 'feet1 of the South-West one-quarter Section 7, Township 9, Range 21, est of the 4th Meridian and abutting 4th Street North and lying to the orth of Plan Lethbridge 2821-JK and unicipally known as 1032 to ISW-ith reet North AND FURTHER TAKE NOTtCH a copy of the proposed By-Law ay be Inspected at the office of the ty Clerk in the City Hall during the rma! office hours, AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE 4AT any person who wishes to make iresenlafion concerning the proposed iy-Law shall first file a written sub-ssion with the City Clerk nor later lan o'clock noon on Friday, the i day of September, 1970, AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE HAT such persons as file such BABYSITTER REQU1R-ed mornings. Phone 32B-606S, evenings. Kimber and William 1SSS 17 FT. SCAMPER condition, wheel, stove BABYSITTER FOR BABY, !o come In. Monday- Frldiay; Phone 333-6402. plot in Mountain Viev Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd Jirectors of Funeral Serbice was in charge of the arrange sleeps alx 1705. Laheshors Scad. MALE-FEMAli HEIP POULTRY AND FOR SALE 42X2 FT. SCHEULT'S TWO SKdroom, sxcellent condition. Must Reasonable. May be seen at stavsly Trailer Park, Stavely, Alberta. shifts. Apply Box 3i, Herald. ERS, PAN READY. Ste PER LB. on dozen lots. Free delivery. Hellrnuth Dyck, Coaldals. Phons EXPERIENCED wanted. Apply Sox 38, Herald. EXTRA. MONEY NOW OF THANKS KIRBY To all who vi? Phone AND FRIERS SLIGHTLY USED SKYLARK 14 FT. frailer. Clear at S1395. 1969 Scamper 220 trailer, i andem axie, large electric refrigerator, heater, air-conditioning, carpets. Used 24 days. Save CARDSTOfl FARM SERVICE. Phone 453-3346, after BABYSITTER FOR TWO school boys. Three-four hours daily. Phone 345-4676, Coaldale, after 7 p.m. EXPER -enced pastry baker. Good wages. Apply Box 32, Herald. six pounds, 25c per ib. Phons 327-9110. and one great-xanddaughier; one sister and ,wo brothers of Albany, Minnesota. The funeral service will >e held on Saturday at 2 p.m. n Martin Brothers Chapel. 812 Avenue South, rath Reverend A. T. King officiating. Inter-lent will follow in the Family 3lot at Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their espects at Martin Bros. Chapel 812 3 Avenue South, phone 28-2361. Martin Bros., Direc-ors of Funeral Service. Please ote: Courtesy parking at rear chapel. OR ORGANIST FOR OUR four piece combo consists of drums, jaxophone and trumpet. Len, 327-S817 or Del, m-tnt. PETS AND any way to make our sor rows much easier to bear in the loss of a dear husband, step-ather and brother-in-law; to the doctors, staff of first floor main, St. Michael's Hospital, lany thanks to those who sen ards, flowers and visited Tom nd myself during our stays in le hospital and at home. Spe-al thanks to Legion Genera: :ewart Branch No, 4, honorary pallbearers (army pallbearers ev. Elhard for the wonderful ervice and solo, Dick Fair-anfcs and Henry Hiederbrecht, grandsons; Fred Warburton (nephew) for prayers and biography; organist Alma Davis, niece: soloist Helen Hartley, bugler James Mack and Mr. and. Mrs. Henry Hiedebrecht for lunch served after funeral. Kirby, sons, daughters and families, WOMAN TO LIVE-IN with couple. Light, housekeeping duties. Must be abls Jo drive car. Phone 328-353. 2418 13m Ave, S. WHITE KITTENS TO BE given away. Mother Is purebred buildings and hydro lines. Sylvie Lalonde, 11, of Mont-real, and Delpliis Philibert, 59, of Matane, 200 miles northeast of Quebec City, were killed hen struck by lightning. The girl was riding her bicy-e on an access road adjacent the Trans-Canada Highway ear Montreal. Philibert was ruck while on his farm. Downed power lines and light-ung caused a succession of tower failures in the central nd north sections of the city nd throughout the western part Montreal Island. Tile storm dumped .7 inches rain within 49 minutes, the ownlown M c G i .1 1 University eather office reported. The )crval weather office said up to TO inches fell within an hour thin their area of observation. PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. tralfsf accessories and parts; Irailsf usrvklng, storage and repair. Phone 329-4421. TRAINEES Rapidly expanding retail firm with stores from coast to coast has Immediate openings for recent graduates to train on the job for store management. Future opportunities In home off ce and administrative positions. WE Phons 328-30B4. WITH TYPING AND banking experience. Apply Toronto Dominion Bank, College Mall. PEKINESE, WHITE Spitz, Poodles, Dachshunds, Keeshond. Phone 4B5-6502, Vulcan. TO BE GIVEN AWAY. Dhone CUSTOM BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS, INDUSTRIES LTD., HIGHWAY 25. PHONE 327-I2M OR PARTS, SEPAIRS AND SERVICE. HOUSEKEEPER FOR eacher. Five day week, school holidays Live out. One year old at horns, three others for lunch. Phone 2B-2163. FEMALE SIAMESE DE-clawed, for house-pet 11 months Call 897-3730, Champion, FOR FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT IN RETAIL STORE. STATE EFERENCES AND EXPERIENCE n REPLIES. GOOD SALARY WRITE BOX 39, HERALD. C93 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS. Call 452-66J6 or write Peggy Lakman, box 855, Great Falls, Montana. RENT FOR YOUR VACATION Tent Trailers j Herdtops Soft-tops 1 Free Light Hook-up Mattresses Insurar.ce Licence Plates Phone 338-5933 or 328-4015 Book now your AND FEMALE CHIHUAHUA ype puppies for sale. Phone 327-1983. 244 19th St. N. Scheme Mulled WINNIPEG (CP) Win-peg Gram Exchange an-ounced today its board of has recommended opefl-ng a new rapeseed futures rased on delivery at Thunder ay, Ont. At present rapesetd futures are based only on Vancouver aimed particularly at Japan which has been Canada's major customer for the vegetable oil. 'Hie exchange said in a state-nent increasiiig demand from Surope and North Africa, and potential sales to other areas, iiake the addition of a Thunder Gay contract essential to serve hcse markets. The board's unanimous rec-jmmendation will be considered t it a special general meeting of ,xchange members Sept. bacfc to school? House clean and peaceful? What fnen lonely and restless? Fill those spare hours new triends and hiah prolils serv-ng AVON customers. PKone 328-7J24 or write Mrs. M. Scott, 23rd Ave-. 5. A five year training orogram Good starting salary Paid Free life insurance Pension plan and other benefits SALE POMERANIAN PUP-ples. Five week? old. Ready to 0o. :onfaef Mr. John Billey, Nafal, B.C. Phone 42S-7777. AGRICULTURAL FIGURE SKATING Club requires Instructor to assist se-ilor Instructor for the coming winter Prison. Send resume of Leadership ability MALE CHIHUAHUA, ONE 'ear old 512. Mature female, reg -tered 58. BOK 835, Stirling. Phone 56-3375. STRAW WANTED IN SWATHS. Phone 327-9-WO Must be prepared to relocate Minimum grade XII Preference given to college graduates APPLY -5. S. KRESGE CO. LTD. 4th Avs. 6Hi Street 327-4155 SEED BARLEY WANTED. PHONE 345-4172 Skating Club, Box -156, Lefh-srldge. LOANS may appear at the Public ear ng to make representations and answer questions at City Council ncernfng their submissions, but sub-ect to the condition that oral rep-en ation In support of a brief will limited to thirty minutes and one )ultal period of no more Ihan ten nutes. DATED et the city ot1 Uethbrldge s 26th day of August, 1970, ohn Gerla. City Clerk, MS Forces Ivaciwlion Of Tkealre CHICAGO (AP) A tear-gas WHEAT WANTED. ORR'5 HOG Ferrr, phons 234-2123. A N T E D fJ OWI TEENAGERS, mothers, grandmothers. Start ef ones 1 o snow our exciting line of Christmas cards and gifts to friends, neigh-lours, relatives. Earn extra cash for Christmas this easy No experience needed. Our beautifully lllus-rated catalogue- over 300 Items down in rolor, helps you lo tje! rnanv 1 loday for Christmas AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED Mall Phone 328-3331 Jestitentlal, Commercial propertiss. 'arms and ranches. City cr Town, oweif Interest rates avaiiablg. FlraT nd second mortgagst. MEMORIAMS MINOR fn loving memory of -a dear mother. Mrs. Lillian Minor, who passed away August n, 1905. She lived in rife for those she loved And those she loved remember. remembered by Join) and Margaret, rau UOLOKOSKI In loving tiemory of a dear wife and nother, grandmother and great-jrandmother, Wasclka (Bella) iolokoski, who passed awav 27, 1S68. Those we love go out of sight but never out of mind, s for they arc cherished in the hearts of those Uiev left behind. t remembered by her j husband and family. 6310 47 LIVESTOCK HORSES WANTED ALL John Phone 325-2911. en approval and tree -lonarch Greeting Cards, Depl. .16, "317 i Cannon, Hamilton, MONEY Inlock Ihe equity in your ome with a loan of from-" il600 TO I OR MORE L also purchase existing Mortgages for P CAC Realty Limited COLLEGE SHOPPING MALI i LETHBRIDGE, ALIA, PHONE 328-2381 t ff.R. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING ,tnd processing. Wholesale meat and Mvestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3049, Lellibrlsge. 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES hurled from a balcony n the Civic Opera House forced acuation of an audience of oOO Wednesday night and cancelled a performance of the Mo-seyev Danes Company. Five persons in the opcning-night audience were treated for nhaliation of fumes. A woman ivlio said she was struck by the lirown canister just before it anded on the main floor also vas treated and released. The Chicago 'IVibune reported hoitly after the incident that it a telephone call in vhich the caller said that if the [ussian dance tr'oupe did not eavc, "the next one will not be smoke bomb." Several dozen members of the immunity Council of Jewish rganizations had picketed the theatre lo call attention a the plight of Jews in the So-ict Union. DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF 1 charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. 328-1335 Lethbridgc. 233-2SW, Taker. C2K-K 4? WANTED H R BLOCK EXPERIENCED CORSETIER INCOME TAX COURSE 'S rt Canada's Largesl j profit sharing -snd discounts. inc0m'j Tax Service V.'ill teach i you 'o prepare Income lax returns in a special 12 tuition course. Centre Village Mall '3ll> St. and 2nd AVR. N, practirc BlocV instructors. f En'olrnont is to ail N0 t. '-fit- if, orovioir, training or experience rp- -______________ 1 nulrcd. For r.ornolote details, call: j 8 i D CHEESE FACTORY, Glenwocd. Mce Slashed MONTREAL td, said here H has reduced he Canadian price of prime zinc to 15 cents g from cents. A spokesman (or the Alon-real real-based company said le move follows a similar re-uction last by producers i the United States who said 1C action was necessary be- F ause of diminishing demand e ir zinc from the depressed C ulofnobile industry. The spokesman said Conun- f o reduced its prices to remain 6 ompctltive although "we see b o reason for the U.S. to re- h uce its prices." are In ths market for qcofl usca 1mm machinery trucks, trailers, etc. 1 Consignment or cash. j GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Ccutls Highway DIES BIARRITZ, France (API -aroness Van de Ny-vclt de Haar, mother of Baron uy de Rothschild, died 'ednesday after a heart attack, imily sources reported. The i-ycar-oid baroness, who was orn hi Alexandria, Kgypt, had 0 ecu on vacation here for the st three weeks, 50 MISC. ARTICLES WTD. 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