Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
'40A FURNITURE AND 1 APPLIANCES 28 THE lETHBRIDGe HERALD Thursday, December 9, 1971 39A SPORT EQUIPMENT FOR SALE Complete Ski Skis, Tyrol ski boots, size 9, and All Phono 32 TRUDY 58 MALE HELP WANTED WANTED WELDER WITH REPAIR experience. Sleady job. Write Box 112, Herald. CC93-M1 'Ted, I'm downtown shopping. I pu! Ihe front-door Key in the you-know-what near whatchamacallit 1 don't want to say exactly in case y burglar reads this note, Trudy.' 42 TRUCKS FOR SALE HC J.fiCO LOAD-STAR. STEEL box and hoist. A-l condition. 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT 1955 H; TON INTERNATIONAL WITH grain box_ phcne 32B-B955. 3759-ff IT COST 5 f.'O MORE TO HAVE THE expsrl- i 11 your Ezy-lif I or hitch. SAW AMD CARL'S WELDING C5151-1 ER AHD HAVE FOR SALE A G.E. TRUCK WASHER AMD DOUBLE TKUCK I "FUU SET. PHCNE 32B-iTO. I CE97-HQ 1-15 tt, Y S ft. x t__ig (t. x B ft. x ft. x e ft. box and ft. 71 j ft. box. USED PIANOS nc In Today and over cur mates. Apply 113 5U> Street South. ST. LOUIS FURNITURE C2CO-K U Y CLARINETS, TRUMPETS, pfc. at sciioci prices 40 per :rt discount. MUSICLAND PHONE 327-1056 C73IMf GOD CONDITION UPRIGHT MEN. L LS50HN niGno ;225. Like RISCCE Harmony chord organ i nevj tlecfric Tappan "JOO." Wall anj ranae unit. Can be en nt 23d Corvette CrrS. 327-5-189. 16 In. used grave! 36 In- new stake 44 AGRICULTURAL WANTED WANIbD BUS. SPRING wheat, feed barley and feed oats. 345 J300- BUSHELS FEED BARLEY Er-x Herald, stating price J329-1 ft. x 8 It. body box. ft. v, ft. used v; ft. U1F new Renn gravel bax f and RR holsl. h.p. electric motors. 5-Rclls snow fence. We carry n complete line of farm and industrial boxes and hoists. DIETRICH'S TRUCK EQUIPMENT 13.1 N. Mayor Magrath Drive 45 AUTOS WANTED CASH PAID cnrs and trucks or SOLL-V.VAY CHROME KITCH-. Truck Tire Sale For best pricey rcvnif, fi3 plate and DIDO? ALBERTA PRODUCTS 1505 2rd AY" GRUND1G Thrill Ff UR T- Stcrcc rcel-ft'-Tr! tnr1' roccrc-T, on T.vo 111 I--CMO an-: effects pus'iNe, f: DOncnt Tr 'jlvil r-1.' JdOO. Us: than year; tor S25C. See at Me ith AUCTION SALE FURNITURE, article-. r-'rl day nigM at 7 p.m. i'-.arp AUCTION BARN. j Rental purchase your next re- built T.V. and own it when n rents meef? price. Black and j white or color. Fairfield's 327- I 6684. drapes and 670 x 15 ply .....h 700 x 15 six ply nylon-S28.95. i50 X 16 Six ply 523.95. 750 x 16 eight ply 750 x 17 eiqhr ply nylon-SJD.95, 750 x 20 10 ply 825 20 10 pty 9GO x 20 10 ply 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED WANTED CHAROLAIS COWS AND Phone or Bar. 733 For! AMclecd. 4301-18 DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF LETHERIDGE RENDERING 37S-133C', Lc-thbridoe. C8075-tf HORSES WANTED ALL and ALSASK PROCESSORS, John Ore wry _ Phone 326-3911. L36S9-M MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND AMP. 1570 1 STUDENT'S TROMBONE AND CASE, Client ?hape S60. Pbone 99c Tape Exchange Musicland OLD VIOLIN COPY OF STRD! 1721. In goad condition. Phcne '356-9 ELECTRIC GUITAR AND AMPI.IF1- er Uk-> new 565. Phone 327-7J56, evp- ning'j X2093-11 BASS, THREE CHANGE TITANO T-AGS CITI71 FN5 BAND TRANSCEIV- er, new condificn, 1-nrv: RCA larqn Janp reorder, t- Hohr.er three rnv; COndiii'n, k-dth.-rr I Sheep skin iine-d fr-f new condition, 320; I campor nace, propane, S55. Phr.no 6-13-3551. Carmangay, after .i'3Q g.m. 3.1-1 in SPECIALS On instruments cf all types. MUSlCi-AND C3Q12-M GIVE A CALCULATING MACHINE FOR CHRISTMAS Contex-30. sflir) h-> goad condition price, S265 but v. Phone 3J7-U'.l. BUY HEINTZMAN Pre Xmas Sale Savings on pianos and organs of between and HEINTZMAN and Co. Ltd. 313 7th St. S. Phone 328-2663 TRACTION 670 x 15 six ply nylon-S28.95. 700 K 15 six ply 650 x 16 six ply nvlon-S.UOO 750 x 16 eight ply 750 x 17 eight ply 00 750 x 30 10 ply x 20 10 ply 00. 9CO X. 20 10 ply Installed IMPERIAL MOTORS and Tire Service Cor. 2nd Ave. and 7th St. S. CBJ61-9D 49 MACHINERY WANTED 16-30 FT. SURFLEX TWO SEC- tions, nDn plug inkers E24-3544 or Bex Nobiofnrd. 4-130-11 50 MISC. ARTICLES WTD. WANTED SMALL CHAIN SAW and extension ladder. Phone 337-2641. CQ990-15 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; fraliei -----icing, storage and repair. Phone 328-4421." C2405-tf CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPER5 LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD. HIGHWAY 25 SOUTH PHONE 327-1225 OR 327-8-158 PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE BUY FOR LESS WANT A MOBILE HOME? WANT TO SAVE SSSS? Spend 10 Minutes DRIVE WEST ON HIGHWAY THREE WHERE PRICES ARE LOWEST LOTS GUARANTEED TO BUYERS COALHURST MOBILE HOMES Phone 327-3744 SCRAP STEE'. CAST IRON COPPER Brass Radiators Dalteries VARZARI IRON LTD. SCRAP YARD, 3303 2nd Ave. N. Phcne 373-9342. HIGHEST PRICES FOR Meisis steels :nd cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1SG5 2nd Ave. S. Phone 9935-tf SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 306 33rd St. North CSJ6-ff JANITOR WAN I ED. EXPERIENCE preferred but not necessary. Phonp 327-J-J.17. NATIONAL COMPANY HAS OPEN- Ing for sales representative. Full com- pany bene'Ils. Unlimited opportunl- lics. Fcr interview, [ihone John Ertelscn cr Dave Dean, Merquis Hotel, Wednesday iincJ Thursday nr write Box 115, Herald. 4372-0 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS Save on Reupholbtering your Furniturel Free estimates Quality workman- ship. Phonn 328-9525. J373-H 69B TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES TEXAS OIL COMPANY NEEDS MAN over 40 for short trips surrounding Lethbridqc, Conl.ict customers. We train. Write S. C. Dickerson, Pres., Southwestern Petroleum Canada, Ltd., P.O. Box 7B9, Ft. Worth, Tex. Dl DRIVER SALESMAN FOR LOCAL welding supply firm, capable o( sor.-.e cuunter work. Gocd wages, steady employment after three months trial. Write Box 111, Lethbridge Herald. 424B-17 ELECTRIC MOTOR WINDER EX- perienced in three phase motors, all horse power. Maintenance electrician on welders. Top wages. Company benefits Contact Star Elec- Trie, Z52-5572, Calgary. 43.18-14 Charter Flight Information to BRITAIN EUROPE HAWAII MEXICO SPAIN The most economical way to tra Write us for details SUN FUN HOLIDAYS 400 Lancaster Bldg., 304 8th Avenue S.W., Calgary 2. Phone 269-1487 70 GARDENING LACOMBE NURSERIES LTD. WE prune frees and shrubs professionally. Phone 3-15-4633. No Sunday calls. C87JG-tfh FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR' GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 328-2094. 5739-tf REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY TOP automotive salesman lo sell WYNN'S FRICTION PROOFING in the southern part of Alberta. Must supply own 'hlclc. Top commissions paid to jht person. Send personal resume to: I BARR DISTRIBUTORS 3224 Barr Road Calgary, Alberta FREE ESTIMATES ON TREE AND hedcje trimming and clean up. Special prices until December 20th. Phone 327-26.11. C8991-20 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRESH BUTCHERED GEESE NOW able. Reasonable prices Lake- i Colony. Phone 3J5-3070. 4289-11 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED HOW TO EARN AT HOME ADORES- sdvertising envelopes. Students, Is. S2 S3 hourly. Rush a self- addressed, stamped envelope" UNI- 'ERSAL-V, Box B02, Niagara Falls ntario. J2B5-17 COUPLES WORK TOGETHER BUILD- a business. Start part-time and Ws train. For Interviews phcne 34-3675 or write Box 757, Fort Macleod. 61 TEACHERS WANTED SPIRIT RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 47 tes applications from Interested eachers for positions etfective Janu- ry 3 and September of 1972. 'ositions are open at all grade levels nd all subject specialities. he Superintendent of Schools will b i Lethbridge, fo conduct persona iterviews on December 8. He can b intacted during the day at Studen lacement Office. University of Lefh ridoe, Lethbridge, Alberta. Phi '9-3257, for appointment. SPECIAL HEAVY ROASTING CHICK- ens Pan ready. Hens 32c Ib, roosters, 38c Ib. Also friers, 3Bc Ib. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale, 345- 3324. C8994-tf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES CUTE PUPPIES TO away. Phone 328-5996. GIVEN 4432-11 EXPLOSION VICTIM Schoolboys escort ihe coffin of friend and classmate, 13-year-old Jimmie Crcmie, one of 15 persons killed in an explosion in a Belfast bar. Funeral was held in Belfast. The boy was playing table tennis when the explosion occurred. PUREBRED ST. BERNARD PUPS for sale. 756-3JOS, Stirling. EIGHT WEEK OLD BLACK MINIA- FOR SALE SIAMESE SEALPOINT kittens. Six weeks. Lovely Christmas gift. 327-BW6. J39B-11 IAMESE KITTENS; HAMSTER, CAGE and accessories. Will hold, your choice, until Chrislmas. 328-7265. -4314-9 FOR SALE REGISTERED ST. Bernard pups. Excellent pet or show logs. Phone 463-2573 or write Box Kindersley, Saskatchewan. 4399-11 :OUNTYOFRED DEER NO. 23 RED DEER, ALBERTA DpHcstions are Invited from aug! ersons for the posit it YLVAN LAKE SCHOOL: Grades eigh id nine math teacher. ease address applications fo: Supei tendent of Schools, County of Ret! eer No. 23, Box 920, Red Deer, Al erta. Telephone number: 347-1551 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME, Coaldale, during the day, effect! v January 3rd. Pnone J431-1 LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SEPARATE S. D. NO. 9 sr.Ing January 6, 1972 for teachei a grade nine special class crfferinc, modified program in all subjects udents do remedial work vvifh the pe of proceeding through high school, pgular salary plus special class al- (ance. Apply toi Robert A. Kimmitt, Superintendent of Schools, Lethbridge Catholic Separate S. D. No. 9 534 18th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta WILL BABYSIT WILL DO HOUSEWORK BY TH r, also habystt after school an ikends. 4283- 54A LICENCED NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Iren, six weeks to six years. Phon 335. Cfi947-t BILL'S ELECTRIC jff.Tirq v. 41 PRODUCE FOR SALE AUCTION SALE POTTED WMS, fern. Apply D.in's CB307-ff HC'JEY FOR SALE IRc LB. 325- or 357-6E03. Apply 1120 2Sth St A 42 TRUCKS FOR SALE UNITED MOBILE HOME DIVISION CLEAR OUT SALE (New and Used) LOW DOWN PAYMENTS, BANK FINANCING, TRADES AC- COSTANZO'S DAY CARE Children one (a s Phone 328-5057. 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED EXPERIENCED PIANO PLAYER work with combo group. Csl Champion, 857-3732. 4347-1 BEDROOM Si dressT 1 a'vf Clll'.: dress, able offers nr.' Eee the nil new 1-1 (t. wide Als PAGE, HORWESTERN, VISTA VILLA. BELLE: MANOR, in single ,ind ilounle unit1, and guaranteed service after ______ Corner 3rd Ave. 3rd St. S.( i IMC TON LIKE NEW. Lethbridge rK. sT.Bio' Phon'o! PHone 327-0822 or 327-1780 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED RECEPTIONIST BOOK- keeper for professional office. Write Bex 116, Hemld. 4.109-10 OFFICE ASSISTANT BOOKKEEP- ir.f] nnd fypinrj experience. Excellent snlary to right person. Write 107, Hrrald. 4156-9 POSTING MA- EXPERICNCED cnino opcr.ilcr r EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER T 0 corr.e in while molrier works. North iculars plions 328-1020, .123.1-9 6 on IMAGINE A NEW YEAR VJIT H NO BILLS! Selling fnr Christmas now Beautifully riesicinrrt and packacjecJ AVOfJ CALL NOW 3JB-7424 riR V.'PITF SCOTT, 25tl 71rd AVE. S CS950-.3 FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE P EVOLUTION BY POLLUTION Part 4 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorder messagg by Jim Elliot t'lls you how. Phone Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-if 65 LOST AND FOUND BLUE CCM BICYCLE Reward. 532-20 St. N. J335-9 LOST PRESCRIPTION SUNGLASS- one finding Jhese, please phone 32fl- Urgent. 4410-10 LOST SMALL WHITE MALTESE ier. Long white hair. Last seen A and W lot. Scenic Drive. An- swers To Muffy. 32B-7396. -1269-11 LOST KITTEN. WHITE AND BROWN STUBBY TAIL PHONE 328-8341 AFTER 5 P.M. X2090-9 THREE SIAMESE KITTENS HOUSE broke, kind home for Christ- mas. Phone 327-7766, after 5 p.m. IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT DAL- MUST SELL PEKINGESE, Cl huahuas, and poodles. Also Keeshc. pups. Good show prospect. 1-485-651 FOR SALE SEVEN f.OCKE Chihuahua cross pups, Ready Christmas. Phone 345-4302, afler 6 D 4349 YORKSHIRE TERRIER PUPPI FOR SALE. RAEBOURNE KENNEL BELLEVUE, ALBERTA. PHONE 5 4305. 4 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 338-3331 The wldes't facility available. We ci sider ALL TYPES of mortgage icai C8935 PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FO LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, KREBS, OFFICE 3fi6-i011; R DENCE !5I-6Bi3, ANYTIME. 75 CONTRACTS CUSTOM BUILT HOMES, RUMPU renovations. Call Ted Bii lam construction. 327-3234. 407B PAINTING AND DECORATING. R .onafale rates. Anywhere. 327-7538. FRED STEINER CEMENT WOR aid basements dug, water proofing. I. ured, free estimates. Phona 327-E58 C3661 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMEN available nnly lo individuals registered and operating In the. Prov. Ince of Alberta, or to partnerships or rpora: ion 1 In nnd hav in Alhertfl. A (ippnr.it fit Twonly-Five Dol- lars pay.iblo to the Provincial Treasurer, will lie r oqiiirort for carh copy of tho Conlmct and Specifica- tions tAknn. Each hid must he compnnled hy marked cheque or nond equal to of T e n d p r. Tcndors will ho oponnd In Public. Tho nr any Tender no! necessarily iccpptrtf. DEPUTY MINi-STn'R HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT BRUSSELS (CP) for- eign ministers of the North At- I a n t i c Trca.ty Organization opened annual winter meeting today, the pif> posed conference with the So- viets on security and co-opera- tion in Europe at the top of Lhcir agenda. The East-West parley Moscow wants seems unlikely before 1973. The Western powers have made plain they wouU not start to prepare for a meeting until the new Berlin agreements arc firmly nailed down, but Moscow refuses to sign the supplemen- tary Berlin agreements East and West Germany are now working out until West Ger- many ratifies its 1970 non- aggression pact with the Soviet Union. The West German parliament is unlikely to complete this be- fore next summer. If prepara- tions for the security conference don't start until then, the con- ference probably cocld not begin until the next year. Authoritative sources said the NATO ministers, in their usual conference communique Friday, would strike an optimistic note on the situation in Germany and .he idea of a conference with the Russians. But on the subject of mutual reduction of armed rorces in Europe, they have less ground for optimism. STILL READY FOR TALKS NATO defence planning com- mittee at which he outlined Can- ada's white paper on defence. "We are disappointed that the Soviet Union is not accepting Signer Macdonald said. "On his mission could hope to get the basis for a mutual balanced reduction of forces." "It seems new that mutual balanced reduction of forces is UK best way of getting us into a European security ho added. Faculty of law plan suggested CALGARY (CP) Mayor Rod Sykes suggested the city contribute toward the cost of a law library at the University of Calgary with the aim of starting a faculty of law. The finance and budget com- mittee of city council approved the idea providing the donation is equalled by one from the city's legal community. The provincial government would be asked to match the total cf under its dollar for dollar grant plan to help finance capital expendi- tures at the three Alberta uni- versities. Calgary is Canada's largest There still has been no Soviet' city without a law school, the nvitation to exploratory talks wo months after NATO appoint- ed former secretary-general lanlio Brosio of Italy to repre- sent it. Tho communique is ex- occted to remind Moscow that he alliance is still interested in mutual, balanced force reduc- ions and is ready to start talk- Defence Minister Dcnald Mac- lonald of Canada said Wcdnes- lay he is disappointed that Bro- io has not yet been admitted to ic Soviet Union. The minister talked to report- ?rs after a meeting of PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS THE ESTATE of EIKICHI ,NO, late cf tho Town of Coal- in the Province cf Alberta, armer, wtio died on the 15th day cf :tofcpr A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- clatrr.s upon tho estate of the iticned Solicitors, by the 10th day January, A.D. a lull stntr- flnd cl HUCKVAtE, WILDE KRUSHEL, sec ities Atarfia Building. Alberta. Solicitors lor Ihe Executor, Yutaka Urano, Coaldalo, Alberta. mayor said, and eight of the tommy's 15 schools are in smaller centres. When former labor lawyer Dr. A. W. R. Can-others was appointed university president three years ago. he indicated a faculty of law would he timely hut the cost of a law library was the deterrent. Deaths Yesterday Ry THE CANADIAN PRESS Sherforooke, Q u e__J. Bert Millward. 60. former vice-presi- dent in charge of adminisfration at the University of Guelph, winner of the Distinguished Flying Cross during the Second World War, aflcr a lengthy ill- ness. Claydon, 55, Conservative member of the Manitoba legislature for Wolsc- loy. afler a illness. V. Smith, 86. a well-known figure in Hamilton track and field organizations, pnst-presidcnt and patron life member of the II.imiKon Olym- pic Club. Collier. 44, op- eralic soprano who rocketed to sinrdoni in 1907) when she re- placed Callas in n pro- duction of Top-na. when she fell from her fourth-floor apartment in London. Dunton Widener, 82, horseman nnd thoroughbred racing executive, former president of the United Stales Horseman's Association, aflcr a long illness. Angus II. lior- ighl, hrnith officer .since .Lin. for tlie City of Wcslmount on Mor.'real Island, of burns suffered in a fire at his home. THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE police is hereby qiven lh.it c Allicrta Liquor Control Board for icenco to soil boor, wine nnd litiucr tin; (ilass for consumption only on licerisfd portion of trie premises In :ordance with Ihe provisions of The wllli "rcspiJcl Ihft fnllowinq (if.rritird premiers: BENNET HOTELS LTD. ROBERTS HOTEL MILK AlbcrM R, nnri 10, Dlork 7, Plan No. blcctions to this application shall w matin forthwith to Tho Alberta Milk k'ivf'r, thl? IStli flr-v Nnvrmvrr, BENNET HOTELS LTD. PRESIDENT NAME'S Till! BANK LONDON (CP) Bill Smith chaiigi-d his name because ho was tired of Ihe jokes and mis- lakes his original name and ini- tials caused. As W. II. Smith, he was confused with Rrilnin's largest chain cf newstands and hook stores, so in future Bill will lx> known as William Henry 13rian-Smil.il.