Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Jg THE UTHORIOGE HERALD --10 MISC. December 12, 1970 42 TRUCKS FOR MALE EMPLOYMENT PERSONAL 73 BUSINESS FOR CHEVROLET HALT TON. aiwolnliiunl, "T.ir Box Hf; i V UNI f HOLION'ALIO >AxppnoNt. PHONE OT-K16, alt" Dlh Ave. S. WILL 00 TEXIURF SPRAY CEIL-mi CMC. '-..'-ION- six CYLINDER. Phone 3K-im o, wide box. Phone 223-J666, Tuber Give plmni; nuiiil-.L'r. jBb-iui T r A CUP READING, TUESOAV throu'ilt Salurdov, at the Inn Cale shop and dining lounge.. 180 M. sandy beach. Full price down. Coll L. Parker, W-WI, 0-ioyoos, U.C. inemlj; IHC PICKUP LOW MIL PAGE, Phone FARM HELP WANTED MARRIED OR SINGLE MAN palENIS _, II you have ionic brnlncliilcl or Wc.i Dislribjlor For Till! Area you would like pnlenleil mid don'! know how to no about it, phone j2fl- company requires CarJL Of ULnks men antj womer, [o restock book i F0rd hall ton. LWB. Slandard. "herald. pijy racks with he5t selling y Phone 327-5711 or J78-1V6J. UUA No selling, locviHons secured. r-s-s 4lBJ until J MARRIED COUPLE HOK vr.ii oroolcm drinker In "onMI' enernelic, WooKER IABLE '.-'AS NEW. GOOD 'ondition. M Pf-on. I9il IHC ONE 'ION. x 17 modern wrecker winch. SU9S. 1 Iie5. Write Box 114, Herald. 7B1-U 337-SM3, eventnqs, _ _ _ you nave serviceable car and be able lo devole your home? T .ere s information, un s W5ek ersland.m, and help or you. P.O. si J f o[ S17M Io Box Ml, l.ethbildse or pi om Lairv auaranlccd inventory. Rlglit MEMORIAMS ..'HRISTMAS IRKI-S WE within ,lly. 110' Ave. A N. Phone ONETusED "Fll-'l ER50FT- WATER softener and one Iron tiller. Barony HIGH QUALITY 1969 FORD Df-LUXE HALF TON. 360, 1 V 8 three Under wctrrantv. Irades-reniK. 327-5633, evenings. (_1o26-12 i 'ii'-ONE TON INTERNATIONAL, complete v.'ith slock and pxlrii i tires A 1 condition. 633 MtK St. M. -J27-7702. Imi LAND ROVER FOUR FEMALE HELP WANTED BABYSITTER REQUIRED TO COME WANTED BABYSITTER, TO L1VF in. I'-our children, three to nine PliOfie 327-3603. 871-14 GIRL REQUIRED ASK ABOUT OUR 1 PIANO RENTAL PLAN Only M5-0 Oper month Rpnl applies to purchase price New or used can earn SBOO per month or more dependinq on effort and investment. More informalion provided i f vour letter contains details on sell.. When writing please include phone number. World Classics Limited 38 Street Toronto, Ontario Don and Mary proudly announce the arrival of a son. Diuiial Gilmorc. horn December .i. 1370. Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. P r o u (I grandparents arc Helen and Gil of Foremost and Agues and Frank Schwcinzer of Funeral service for J i a m o e o (.Jack) Bridaioli. native son of Cavc-dana Trento, Italy, who came to this country lo the Taber area in Ihe early was held al a.m. Friday, Dec. 11, 1970. in St. Augustine's In lovillR nicmorv of our dear mother, Inga, who passed away December 12. 1983; also our dear father Alfred, who passed away September 4, remembered by (he Malvcrson family. 953 ;IJKE drive Tront end winch, ruur A-l condition SVM. 381, F-ort IM.if.leod, HJ.JIU. "essential Write Drawer 1206. stating experience, qualilicn-tions ami salary expecled. LOANS Hat. S "a or trade lor combination record player and radio. Phone r.v.M WAREHOUSE TRAILERS FOR Full and Parf-fime kitchen help. Shift AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone Baroldi, .Jack Goruk, Art Park, Silvio Bonette, Alfred Rarnldi: Jr.. and William 13th. 1967, also our dear lather James Tennant, Cash 'and "car'r'y. 'sfl3.9S SONY 230 TAPE RECORDER WE ARE OPEN' COALHURST MOBILE HOMES I i Lots (or rent. Phone C1V8MI BEDROOM Wrile Box 117, Herald. CI558-12 PING PONG TABLE AND ACCfcS- none 327-615A, aftei id AR, AMPLIFIER, n speed bicycle. 6 p.m. Mondays Awe. S. 337-4450. days. IDEAL FOR SKIERS CMC house c.ir. Self i four, S250G. Trades-ten S 377-J650, evenings. RECEPTIONIST TYPIST 'eniiiincnl position otlcrinti work and public conlkl Musi we typing skill, clerical ability and I able I'D handle money. Contacl ureritide financial Corp. Ltd., 311 CLUB MEMBER Membership S3 and get your free program F. MAACK Box 718, Coaldale TRANS CANADA LOANS 328-3347 i sery IUAJ: 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED PART-TIME OR FULL AV- S135 servicing Ful- in established DOGS FOR SALE PEKINGESE, j de.- Chihuahun, Keeshond, Poodles, shov; Beagles, Schnauzer. Will until i Christma1 Marqanrta Kennels, phone 485-6502, Vulcan.' _ _ _CI5fi7-12 TWO CHRISTMAS PUPS. REGiSTER- f-d Dachshund Black and Ian: also one aduft female, S50. Will hold l-ntil 23rd with deposit. 327-3395, after 5 'pm or 867-3M50. 733-1? SALE BY TENDER 1968 Fcrd Mustang Serial number 8R01C157677. Way be inspected at Pi.-- cher Creek Motors, Pincher Creek, Al- berta. Terms cash. Tenders musl be received by noon Wednesdday, December 23rd, 1970 j at the office of the Sheriff, Court House, Fort Macleod, Alberta, and j must bc accompanied by a certified j cheque for 5K of the amount of the lender MnrK envelope "Tender for car. File D-5102." The highest or any necessarily be ac- of unsuccessful ten- WILSOiV I wish to express my sincere thanks to my doc- tors and staff of the intensive care unit, for the wonderful care I received while in the Munici- pal Hospital; also to my rela- tives and friends for their visits. and we Moon car rolls ATOSCOW (AP) The Soviet iiowera Kins wen j thai made my recent stay in Union's hospital ;nt Slav Jn union b I-UIIIULC-I.WIIUUIH.U little easier. Thank! rover rolled 800 feet across the 1 lunar surface Thursday and Fri- 957 i clay in its first activity since its 14-day hibernation. Tas's news agency reported the eight-wheeled lunar module climbed up the side of a crater you all. R. Wilson. BATTY AND JOHNSON' A i sincerest thank you to the doc- tors and nurses of St. Michael's j Hospital; to those who partici- al an angle of 27 degrees. pated in the funeral services in any way, sent expressions of sympathy, flowers and food. Your thoughtfulness is deeply appreciated by Mildred Batty and John Mr. ?ncl Mrs. E. E. John-1 son and family caused" by the Mr Mis. Clan Batty night Mr and Mrs. D'Arcy Batty batterieS a" aml y' Tass said the craft was j guided by ground controllers KOYATA We wish to ex-1 into a crater six feet deep and The nine-hour tour of Lunok- hod I covered more territory across the moon Sea of Rains than in the entire five-day pe- riod of operations from its land- ing Nov. 17 to the beginning ot i the lunar night Nov. 22. Tts hi- yl press our most sincere thanks 53 feet across and negotiated the rough lerrain without diffi- culty. The module sent television pictures to earth and studied mechanical properties of the meriailo1 to Rev. Leslie Kawamura, who was a source of strength in our hour of need; to the members of the Lethbridge Honpa Bud- dhist Church; to the pallbearers: mtullmliv-ci. to relatives, neighbors and; soil, the report added, appar- friends who sent messages of i enUy meaning it tested the con- sympathy, flowers, food and sisiency of the moon's c: Koden; to those who called in j _______________ at our home and to those who j j helped in any way. Thanks uiso to the Christensen Salmon Fu-! crust. neral Directors. Koyata family. _5j l V GVGI We wish to extend our sincere thanks and apprecia- tion lo the doctors, nurses and i staff of the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital for the wonderful care won't back aclium CALGARY (CD Gordon will render jted. Deposits cozy, colorful ponclios. ospa or e woneru care and kindness shown over iho j Burton, president of Calgary past years and during our j Slampeders, says the Western recent sad bereavement of a j Football Conference club will dear husband and father. Her- j not support any further bid by man H. (Bert) Gygi. Also, a j Toronto to stage the Grey Cup Solve TWO gift problems with j Sop nrfn nonphns. i ,_ -------r --------i game until field conditions im- Sommcrfeldt and all (hose who! provc at CNE Stadium. INSTANT CROCHET ponchos assisted him. the Ladies of the j cUlb wm not atldrsss i INSTANT (JKOUHtl pOllCilOS naoiaicu uouico ui _ ......______ 016 i for mom daughter or sisters. I 4th Ward Relief Society for all! to TOturn thc Gl.cy Single, double crochet forms j food they prepared and lo mir j an its festivities to chevrons. Pattern S mnny fnends_ and_jelaUves to city of and the CNE Stadium until the Caiia- m Football League can be RAO I _ IRON, COPPER. BRASS atnr-, batteries. Highest price ?ari iron Ltd., 33C8 3nd Ave. M 61 TEACHERS WANTED Professional Poodle Grooming RAE30URNE KENNELS 'COLEMAN, ALBERTA PHONE 563-318! PHONE 563-3181 ST. LOUIS FURNITURE 42 TRUCKS FOR SALE HIGHEST PRICES FOR MstrJs steels and cds! radiators DAVIS ENTERPRISES lifiJ ?nd Ave S. Phor.e SCRAP IRQN Coppers Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 7C4 S'. North 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED GOOD DScD HARDTOP Tf.ti' trailer. Pnone Cash Paid For Used Trucks and Cars 'i o .v f; r n u: i T 9 v v. o 7 o f, Phone 327-9355 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED RED DEER PUBLIC SCHOOL DIS TRICT NO. 10.! REQUIRES BY FES- RUARY 1, 1971: JUNIOR HIGH TEACHER FOR LAN- GUAGE ARTS SCIENCE COMBUJ- ATION IN SECOND TERM OF SEM- hrook ESTERED PROGRAM. FOR APPLICATION TO G H DA WE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. .J7.17 S3RD STREET, 1 RED DEER, ALBERTA. C1620-IS KERRY BLUE PUPPIES THE d sens-: Spirited but sensible, 10 shedclina. j. wh'il .C. Boro October 312 19th Ave. phone .176-6732. doggy odor, 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY el rial I :65 LOST AND FOUND LOST MrAVY STEEL LTd. 66 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS FUR BEARING ANIMALS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Tcr. Chinchillas for sale. Pncr.c 327-S227. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES VALUABLE AND THRIVING BUSINESS SPARKY'S DAIRY BAR TABER, ALBERTA RE: ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 following applications for de- velopment permits have been approved by th" Municipal Planning Commis- sion on December 9, 70 33S H.H.K, Holdings to build a 51 suite apartment building at 2323 Bth Avenue South. 70 850 Hagen Auto Electric Lid. to build a commercial building at 120ft 2nd Avenue Soulh. Any person affected by tne ?aid decision may appeal such decision lo Ihe Development Appeal Beard ".y cJHivering either personally or by Registered statcmenl of the grounds o! appeal 'o the o.nce cf the Cily Clerk in Cilv Hall r.ol later than Dscember 33, '970. T. Kanashiro, Development Officer. chevrons, r a I t c r n VIM: a -i V (child's M (child's fora! tributes, cards, food and L (Teens, Misses'14-18) incl. nf tinrinpss A l-'IKTY CKNTS (coin s) for each pattern (no stamps. please) add 15 cents for each nerai Directors for their coiir- hotiorarv pallbearers and the assured ol a beterp aying si Christensci! Salmon Lid. Fn- 'ace lha" available for Ihe pallern for first-class mailing j tesy. and special handling lo: "Neither the club nor our PUBLIC NOTICE I CUTTING OF CHRISTMAS TREES Cutting oi Christmas trees ('punlic) land may only be v n i dor-taken from cuHintt ircii r.ftcr lecurinrj ,T "Pcrmif lo Hsmov; Fries'', form 44. The ch.irtje i 50 por tree lor up lo ffiroe CuHino .iro.li Icciiletl fipproxi mnfnly "f'v mile', north cf Cols GRAVEL HAUL TENDER Tenders are called lor hauling and spreading with trucks of a minimum of 135000 tons of crushed gravel. Bids to he on a per Ion mile basis. Mark Ten- dor "GRAVEL HAUL." Tenders close 5 1970 Council rescr any or all (Signed) W. R. Madill, Secretary Treasurer, ?U Street South, Lelhbridcje. Alberta. family of the late Her- fans are suggesting that the man H. (Bert) Gygi. outcome of the game would have been different since both Calgary and Montreal were equally handicapped." The Alouettes of thc Eastern Football Conference defeated the Stampcdcrs 23-10 in lhf> CFL. classic. ard father.! hi newf so sadlv miss. said ll 1S "ifficulL in -Ever remembered by Jeanne j many aspects concern- and Ab and family: fl1" nlrtvino Clfinir and Wanda and family. THE LET.HBKIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited GO Front Street West i Toronto 1, Ontario. mi PASKUSKI In loving mcm- PUDLlL. NU I IL.C ory of our mother, who passed is righi'to reieci' ory of our dear mother. Monson. who passed away Feb- ruary 14. 1961 and 6iir dad. Oscar Monson. w h o passed me, thc playing surface, citing the weather factor whieli might 833! include snow, rain and frozen I surfaces. "The Stampuders feel that Ihe CFL docs not have lo ac cept a playing surface where- by Ihe sod is loose The league cannot expect players Hoop split the Hk; 54A tlCENCED NURSERIES OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE LTD. approximately Vour ol the old Lynx Creek R.ir.9cr s Permits and instructions rnfsy bc obtained at the forestry office in Blair- more or at Castle R.lntier Station. Vehicles should he adequately equip for ivel to MOXAKCH (.Special i Coal- hurst High School split opening ,y or i bi.sketbali league aclion against I Coaldale Kale Andrews, the boys winning 45-39 and thc girls bowing 30-29 in overtime. In exhibition action. Coal- liursi downed Readymadc 5-1-24 wilh Debbie Icy and IJiula _______ _______ away December 12. met. j (0 perform at Iheir best on a Beautiful memories woven in] Held thai is so unsuitable. Sold. "Thai Ihe field was unsnil- Tliis is the picture your loved j callnol bc argued. The lurf me.8' Bv and Deep in our hearts your mem-1 orics are kept. I To love and lo cherish, and true cvcn in and I -end l-alf. my In heavenly love abiding. this manner is something Ilial j TackaV hooping each.! -Lovingly 'remcmhemd by Ihe j cannot bc condoned in the lu- I finalhursl edged Rcftdymaricl family. WO lure.