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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD Thursday, Dotcmbrr 3, 1970 49 MACHINERY WANTED 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES j 73 BUSINESS -__ OPPORTUNITIES OF BALED STRAW. BUY Consignment or Cash GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Phone 337-3U3 Niqhtj 377-1634 BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded mi'isocjn by Jim Elliott U-lls you How. Phone 328-363A, C.oltmiuin School of WS-U Farmer! Wanted for WELDING CLINIC welding December Hth .it Pic lure BuHc, Advance weldimj December l-Hh-ISHi LeHibridrje. f-urHier information "nil advancement Is trillion at thu Agriculturist of He Bi aker, lUKU HOUSES American Indians wore known ago to have hung gourds on gradually WCAKING A WAV Niagara Kails, whiulV nrc HIGH DENSITY Albuquerque, N.M., with n FMione 376-JJ7I. SEWING SERVICES BUY A FUTURE I I being told fully yt-nr-rouiid dairy bar ami J service. Double your Invi'st- onc year In luisy soiith- i. Terms possible. Box V3, Her- i 3J9-3 ixiles nmke muds for purple martins. expected Io disappear tome HIGH INCOMES About 20 per cent of the fanii- North Dakota havn incomes of at least lo defeat DISlRIBinOK REQUIRED FOR! THK CANADIAN VUKSS 'DRESS MAKING, 50 MISC. ARTICLES WTD. VRAPPER PACK LOST AfvJD FOUND ratr tncw shoes. Phona CM37-5 Lttthbridcje and nrea tor dlrucl hou: hold flnd commercial oullets. Product is without competition, h well sup- ported by strong recommendations press releases, and has excellent po- tential market. Distributor should be i COVERED CUTTER condition Stilt Thomas McGuirc. RON. COPPER. BRASS, RADI- vpr- I-OUND LndV's watch, on Safeway parking lot. Mayor Maura Ih Pltonu 317-9301. 538-J THREE HEREFORD HEIF- Torn pasture seven miles of _ Picture Brand 66 PERSONAL ndi victual desirous of build- Ing B wrofliable market. Only moder- ate investment of n few hundred dol- lars required lor working inventory, as source close by. For interview write 105, Herald. oOA-5 NEWLY DECORATED AND EQUlP- ped restaurant; specialty store on floor. Owner sellincj entire building, lo- cated on chosen "corner in North or "agreement for sale to'approv- ed'purchaser. Also would consider rent- ing with option to buy. Call at 546 13th St! N. or phone 32B-.J395, tor details. J53-7 I SANTA WILL VISIT YOUR HOME. For appointments write Box 96, Her- number. j 5CRAP IRON oppeci Braas Radiators j Bottnrie.i Always paying Re. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. ?3rd St. Nortn 51 TRUCK'S AND TRAILERS WANTED WANTED PERSON TO SHARE j ride to Lethbrldue from Milk Rivpr daily. oJ7-3970 the easy Slendor Reducing Lethbridi Eat three satisfying meals submit r rtay. S3.50 and 56.00 si7cs. At Boyd's ent busi WESTERN CANADA'S LARGEST RENT-A-CAR FIRM Interested parties, pteasc ie, phone number and pros- ten! 95- 351-3 !---.........-------------------------------------J74 LOANS INVESTMENTS i ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS _ Co46-tf Any0ne drinking problem. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED Phone .127-8049 or 32B-32W, ESTABLISHED 1972 after D.m Colleye AAall Phone 328-3331 Resio'entiai, Commercial propert 1 e .1. AN INFORMATION REFERRAL Farms anrt ranches. Cify or Town. 1 Centre A.l.D. Advice, Information Interest rates available. Firsi ______: and Direction In areas o( Health, and second mortgages. '.Vplfare and Rerreation. Phone 327- CI036-JD ,_________________ ..__________________ 75 CONTRACTS 4 p.n Cash Paid For Used Trucks and Cars TOWM AND COUNTRY MOTORS tSi60tf FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES j Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, CARE OF P.O. BOX 361, LETH- modelling _ _ _ _. ___ BRIDGE, ALBERTA. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON j BORGE RAVEN 1339 9th ST. N. 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL DO BABYSITTING DURING yoi TEENS 1 a prob'e ;rstanding nnd help fc ox S61, Lethbridge P.O. pnof 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT _ WANTED GARAC-E BUILDING, CEMENT i work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7lh Aye S. Phone 337-6682. C7J77-1I FRED STE1NER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofina. In- J ured, free estimates. Phone 327-B2B6. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS CUSTOM FRAMING HOUSEKEEPER AND COMPANION j DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING _ 70 TYPES OF BUILDINGS. Voters turned away from a couple of old familiar faces in Saskatchewan civic elections j Wednesday. j Henry IJaker, mayor of Re- j yina for the last J2 years, went j clown to defeat before Harry Walker, a 511-year-old school principal and former alderman. In Jaw, L. II. Lewry. mayor for the last six years, (Ernie) Pascoe, 70. in a nip- and-tuck contest that ended i with Mr. Pascoe ahead by 73 votes. i There was also a minor up- in Estevan, where G r e g g Trout's bid for a second term j was thwarted by fda a busincsswomari and former' alderman. rHAYOK-S KKTIJRNKI) Three mayors were reUirncd by acclamation. Jim Manor in North Battleford, R. C. Dahl in Swift Current and William Bailey in Yorkton. j Voters kept the same man in office in four cities. Peter Diel- schneider was re-elected in Melville. Sid Buckwold in Sas- katoon. Tom Hart in Weyburn and Val Longworth in Prince Albert. i In Lloydminster. a record fjfl) per cent of eligible voters elect- ed former mayor Gordon Hud- son to return to the office he: had once held for six years. Mr. Hudson defeated store manager Leo Doucet for the job vacated Leo Cavanaugh. TWO HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS WOULD live babysitting evenings and' week- eitii JS. Excel 326-73d2. SOU! HERN AND rnone I RENOVATIONS, AND RUMPUS I ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 326- RENT A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. I wo weeks, 510 per 1 PUBLIC NOTICE TOtT.M RACK About United Slates firms go nut of business each year. j taste. Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. Without a flicker of taste or color or scent. A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince tonight. 54A LICENCED NURSERIES KKAOLE KDOP DAY CARE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone J2S-2B35. TENDERS received by the undersigned C1373-5 MAY TAG SALES and SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers enc mall appliances, 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED _ _......_________ irons, vacuum fie. No jc INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR OE- I 'oo large or too small. LETHBRIDGE session of stolen properly. I Tiie woman uas charged af- tc-r a, window broken in a cily jewelry siore and S'i.OOU worth of ineri-' wa.s taken, MA.IOK CHOI' American mini growers niiw farm Tfi.iiOO of pejjpennint and of a crop 1 in valued at t i million. EATON'S CANADA-WIDE SPECIAL Three Patterns in Ironstone by t Ridgway Potters. Canada-Wide Special, 53-Piece Set ,.99 30 Ridgway English Ironstone in three versa- tile patterns, each of one law price. Your of modern Christina or Martinique, both colour- ful geometric designs on a white background. Or decide on coupe-shaped Harvest Gold with decorative floral and olive branch irim. Ridg- way 53-piece sets are good looking enough for your holiday entertaining yet capable of ddy-afler-day family service. Special features include rich, lock-in colours and glazes, chip resistant bodies. Open stock for cosy replace- ments. Buy now and take advantage of our pre-Christmas savings! Compieter Sets in Above Patterns With coffee not nr.d lid, cjravy boat with land, salt nnd pnppnr. TA SPECIAL, sot Gtrnownre, Second floor Shop Tonight Until 9 and Friday 9 'Til 9 Buy Line 328-8811 EATON'S 'Your of value, (lie sinccrcst effort taton's can moke to bring you savings and satisfaction. ;