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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2S THE LETHUIOGE HEUkiD 1 41 PRODUCE FOR Nbnwry 10, H) HELP SEWING Uf JhankA, Jro IflemoriainA POTATOES POSITIVELY TO COME IN, LAKE-ew area. Light housekeeping duties, n transportation preferred. Phone after 7 p.m. DO DRESSMAKING, ALTERA-lons and Ironing In my B9-M11. STEINER CEMENT WORK. dd basements dug. wtttr proofing. Inured, frx tstlmjtM. PtMM BllttU. 52.50 per 1W Its. Satlsiictoor of money tack. BRINDLEYS GOOD DEEP FREEZE. of Orlve-ln ihtalre, miles and miles J2S9-2D 42 TRUCKS FOR AUGER, FISHING Pficne J27-5045, Her t p.m. TO LIVE IN AND bysit evenlnss. References preferred, hom Jn-71M, Mfort 5 p.m. MAN'S RING WITH SQUARE Hue stont. Phont OT-H33 or B7.M40. erior, exterior painting. C 1 1 V ountry. Free estimates. Phont 327-1721 venlngs. 1952 FORD TWO TON. NO BOX. GOOD tires. SMS. Phone 3274201. Phom ta-va. Milk MALE HELP WANTED _________________ CENSED MECHANIC BETWEEN CARWANGAY nd Lethbrldgt on February 4, I971i Pilltl Jack. Reward. PtoM READ YOUR AD Wvtrtlstrs ihwld rwd their Isements tht FIRST DAY IT and REPORT ERRORS In for tht next tnstrtlon. The .frthbrldgi Herald Is responslbli tor inly tht first Incorrect DM FORD F-100. SIX CYLINDER standard, l.w.b., miles. Best offer Phone 327-74SJ. miscellaneous Items and Narbrldge T r e age of 15 months, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wai-ace Lament of Lethbridge. Fhe remains will be forwarded Brandon, Manitoba for services on the weekend. Chris-enscn Salmon Funeral Home Ud., are in Charge of Arrangements. PEASE Funeral tervice or Mrs. Anna Louise Peace, be- (CANADA! LTD. -auires one service man and four esmen, between 25 and 60 years. ease apply 506 3rd Ave. S. welsh pony. Hair north of Stir-Ing, west of elevators. Owner may la m them by paying for ad and feed Ince Wednesday, January 3rd. FORD TON 4x4. V-8, RADIO. Phone 327-22i7. 4262-16 CHEVROLET Ml TON IRON, COPPER, BRASS. RADI-tors, batteries. Highest prices. Iron Ltd., 33C8 2nd Ave. N. Phone B8-S345. L.B.W. 327-8563. 42W-16 1ISJ CHEVROLET PICKUP. GOOD lhape. Phone W7-M51, Milk PRICES FOR Metals steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES ISO! 2nd Ave. S. Plione Motor garage. Permanent osltlon for right man. Contact Creston otors, Creston. Phone 428-2251; 428-40, evenings or write Box 520. Cres-on, B.C. A VERY TIMID SMALL unite ftmale dog. Toy poodle Maltese 'errler cross. Has had rabies shots. Please phone 32S-3KM or City Pound f sighted. wife of the late Fred ease who died at Milk River Sunday, Feb. 7, 1971, after a illness at the age of K (ull air, winch, sood rubber. Phone 328-9703, after 7 p.m. IRON Coppers Brass MAN OVER 40 FOR SHORT ps surrounding Lethbridge. Contact Itomers. We train. Air mall C. A. ckerson, Pres., southwestern Petro-m Corp., Ft. Worth, Tex. BLUEPOINT MALE SIA-UESE, WEARING BLUE STONE COLLAR. VICINITY Hi 14TH ST. N. PHONE 3J7-174T OR 337-3798 DAYS. REWARD. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of 1LDA ROTA, Df the City of Lethbridge, in the Prov-nee of Alberta. Widow, who died on he 1st day of November A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon the estate of the was held at p.m. vednesday, Feb. 10, 1971, in St. aid's United Church, Milk Riv-T. with Rev. D. Hewlett ofDd-ting. Pallbearers were Gerald omfohr, Eugene Torafohr, Floyd Sasse, Dovey Crete a u, eorge Russell, Jr., and Clar-nce Dittbenner. Interment was the Milk River Cemetery, artin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Service, was in charge f the arrangements. CHEVROLET ONE TON WITH grain box, S500. Phone 3M-75M. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 23rd St. North STATION ATTENDANT RE-Ired Experience preferred, but 1952 AND 1S53 ARMY JEEPS FOR sale. Motors excellent condition. Further Information phone Ivan Wilde, 752-2053. and good wages offered, txcet-ent opportunity for right man. Write lox 101, Herald. FARMER (WIDOWER) would like to meet young lady 3S to 15, who would like farm life. Write box 95, Herald. drive miles. Like new. Must be seen lo appreciate. Phone after 6 p.m., 328-5013. TRUCKS AND TRAILERS GAS FITTER WITH IN PROPANE SERVICE ND INSTALLATIONS. PHONE SUBURBAN PROPANE 329-6667 HELP? The A.I.D. Centre An information-Referral service. Phone 10 B.m.-4 p.m., week days. Solisitors, by the 18th day of March A D a full statement of their cfi ms and of securities held by them. HUCKVALE WILDE AND KRUSHEL Barristers and Solicitors, Acadla Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Executor, Remo Rota. Guelph, Ontario on today, February 9, 1971, wife the late Rev. Tom Frears, her 77th year, dear mother Rev. Robert C. Frears of ast Lancing, Michigan and rs. W. K. (Lorna) Bridge of eterborough, Ont. and sister Mrs. Rcbert Mabel) Me-taiald of Lewiston, Maine, esting at the Veale Funeral ome, 214 Norfolk Street South, uncos, Ont. Family will not be n attendance until Friday, February 12, when a private in-erment service will be held at )akwood Cemetery, followed >y a public memorial service First Baptist Church uelph, Ont. at p.m. Fri-ay. Donations to the Canadian ancer Society would be appreciated. 1970 FORD RANCHERO SQUIRE WITH 351 automatic transmission. miles. Phone M7-31M, Pincher Creek, after 4 p.m. Paid For Used Trucks and Cars TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 327-9355 ANONYMOUS Anyone wi.'h a drinking problem. Phone m-ttOf or 328-3246, after 7'30 PRODUCTION LINE FOREMAN ust have experience In production of ravet trailers. APPLY BOX 99, HERALD OF THANKS HARVEY I would like to 1948 TON CAMPER SPECIAL CHEV-rolet truck Automatic, bucket seats, oversized tires, rear bumper, miles, white In color. Will take grain. Phone 328-4082. OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND NFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, FEMALE EMPLOYMENT TRAILER HAUL CMC THREE ton truck. Ten speeds, 346 motor, eight ton hoist, deck and 150 gal. saddle tanks. miles. Good tires, B. J. Vlens, Box 399, Fort Macleod, Alia. Phone 234-3143 or PROVINCE my doctors of the Haig linie, the Intensive Care Unit and third floor staff of the Municipal Hospital for K care given me while a pa-ent there. Thanks also to my amily, friends- and neighbors or their cards, gifts, visits and enquiries. DO TYPING IN MY HOME. Phone 328-UM. SERVICES AND ALHtkIA DEPARTMENT DO BABYSITTING IN MY OWN home. 1603 Scenic Heights, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 32B-7362. HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Sealed Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock, A.M. Standard T4me on Monday, February 2Jnd, 1971 for the construction of the following work: Highway 2, S. of Nlsku to Edmonton, Crushing and Stockpiling Grave for Seal Coat, Approximate Quantity, Cubic Yards. (2) Highway 63, S. of Hanglngsfone River to Athabasca River, Mile 133.00 to Mile 159.29, AsphaltlC Concrete Pavement and Other Work, Approximate Quantities, Tons of Grave Ton Miles Haul. Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of Ihe District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, and will be available only to Individuals registered end operating In the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating n and who have established a fixed place of business In the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a 'marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus, Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. 1969 FORD F250 TRUCK. IN NEW condition, complete with V-8 motor, four speed transmission, custom cab, radio, new tires. Very low mileage. J2600. Phone Pincher creek, WANTED turday nights and Sundays. Shifts ly. Contact: PERSONNEL OFFICE Woolco Dept. Store BOOKKEEPER wants work In Accounting Office. Experience In Banking and some In Income Tax. Box 108. Herald. STAMP AND Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dalers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. USED EQUIPMENT SPECIALS Chevrolet IVi ton truck with hoist. New grain box and stock racks KB5 truck with 200 bu. cobey Manure Cockshutt 1900 dlesel tractor with duals and cab M.H. 97 tractor, duals, new cab J.D. 820 diesel tractor Minneapolis u gas tractor Cockshutt 10 ft. double disc on transport J.D. 16 ft. cultivator I.H.C. Centre Drive 12 ft. rodweeders J D. 16 ft. rodweeder attachment, new Ford three bottom, three point hitch plow M.H. 12 ft. fertilizer spreader, pull type Koaker front-end loader, complete 300 gal. fuel tank-Anderson chaff saver wagon with motor GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highway Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 327-3165 31 SHORTHAND and dictaphone wants part time or temporary lobs. Phone 32B-427B. A TOASTER, IRON, KETTLE, vacuum cleaner, etc. repaired? See Al at Ace TV and Radio, 1404 17th St. S., Bonnydale Shopping Centre. Business phone 328-4131, residence 328-7151. MASON Sincere thanks to BABYSIT IN MY OWN our wonderful friends and neighbors who sent flowers, ood and cards after the pass-ng of our beloved son and rother Gary. A special heart-elt thankyou to Rev. Eskdale, or all his kindness. LL BABYSIT IN MY OWN HOME Monday through Friday. Phone REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY! n aggressive salesman fs required for ermanent Sales Position with one of ethbridge's top dealerships. We pffer >ou a wide range of quality products md heavy advertising to give you lusy year-round sales with such popu-r Items as American Motors Auto-obiles, Jeep Trucks, Mobile Homes, ravel Trailers and Used Cars. If you ualify, we offer generous travel ex-enses, a profit sharing plan and other ompany benefits. Apply direct to the anager. United Motors Co. Ltd., or. 3rd Ave. and 3rd St. S. for fwo weeks, per month. delivery and pickup. Phone 327-2243. Singer Company ot Canada, col-1588 MalL McNEELY Funeral service for Mrs. Amanda McNeely, >eloved wife of the late James Ernest McNeely who died sud-enly in the city Friday, Feb. 1971, at the age of 77 years, was held at p.m. BABYSIT IN TABER 30c, 24 hours S4.H. Phone 223-2327. SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vlces on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irfins, vacuum cleaners, etc. Ho lob too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 90S 3rd Ave. Phone 327-4456. BABYSIT IN MY OWN HOME. Any day, any age. Phone W. G. Mason family 4294 LICENCED MEMORIAMS FEKETE In loving mem- KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, SIX weeks to six years. Phone 328J835. WINTER 9, 1971, in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. with lev. John Elhard officiating, dive pallbearers were Roger Gordon, Gaalen Erickson, Jef lePratu, Tom Moss, Leonard Cave and Ernest Longair. Hon-rary pallbearers were Ray Ivans, Rome Melsser, Lowell Meisser, Robert Carlson, Robert Wobick and Andy Thompson. Interment was in Moun-ain View Cemetery. M a r til (ros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in of the DAY CARE Children one to six. planned program. Phone 328-SOS7. AND ORGAN SALESMAN Married status preferred, steady to qualified man. Confidential in-erview or letter only. Contact: Mr. H. H. Walton Heintzman and Co. 313. 7th St. S. Lethbridge, Alia. WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT Queen Victoria Inn. Ideal winter furnished accommodation. Indoor heated tool, sauna, near parks. Vith or without meals. 0 f f season rates: Mr. P. G. Harlnell, Mgr., 655 Douglas St., Victoria. of a dear friend, Mrs. Karo-in Fekete, who passed away February 10, 1969. Two years have passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay. A million words cannot express, Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. Meszaros family. 4265 NURSERY MORN-Ings, and babysitting afternoons, children thret to six years. Phone 328-8640, evenings. MALE EMPLOYMENT 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2094. 1965 15 FT. HOLIDAY TRAILER. Phone 327-9692. YOUNG MAN SEEKS steady work. Phone Ed, TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING Under winter works Program, we are now able to trim trees and hedges very economically, call us for free 327-2441. raised for complex for Peigans PINCHER CREEK SIXTEEN FT. HOLIDAY Self contained. Very good condition. 327-3056, after 6 p.m. MAN EXPERIENCED' IN service station, bulk plant, machiner sales and direct sales, desires position in the same lines. Write Box 107, Herald. COALHURST MOBILE HOMES POULTRY AND a dear husband, father and Tom Corey, who lassed away February 10, 1969. Two years have passed that sad day It was God's will that you should not stay. A million words cannot express, Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. remembered by wife Esther; Joan, Bus and family. 3797 SALE. Phone 327-3744. BLE MALE, FOURTH year technical education student re-gulrei position April ISIh. Phone 328-7872. USED CAR SALESMAN he man we need must have a proven ecord of success, both In volume AND ROASTERS. HELLAAUTH Dyck, Coaldale. 345-3224. Funeral service for William John Petro-nech, beloved husband of Mrs. ilarion Petronech who die< uddeniy at Edmonton Feb. 6, 1971, at the age o: 5 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday. Feb. 10, 1971, in the ilartin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rx Ave. S., with Rev. R. W. K. El-iott officiating. Pallb e a r e r s were Robert Bodnaruk, Geral( Groves, Brian Anderson, Davii Oatts, Roger Smith and Ed ward Lastuka. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens ifartin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Service, was in charge of the ROAD TRAILER FOR RENT PRO-pane appliances, sleeps five. Book now. Phone 327-1141. FARM HELP TURKEY FOUR to five weeks old. S1.25. 234-37i6. LIKE NEW 1969 TENTING TRAIL-er, sleeps six. Will trade for similar value snowmobile. 328-4714. EXPERIENCED COUPLE for dryland farm, one able to handle arge machinery and take full charge part time. School bus, modern house. State wages expected, size of family. Top wages for right party. Give address phone number for Interview. Box 103, Herald. PETS AND Ed Yellowhorn, president ol the Napi Friendship Association, has announced that was raised for the Peigan Sports Complex at a recen' benefit hockey game held at Standoff. Result of the game was a 14-8 win for the Kainai Chiefs against the 'Pass All-Stars (a combination of Lundbreck Cowley Weasels, Peigan Co-op Peigan Warriors and Standof. Another benefit game is being Top pay plant new demo., management opportunities. Ail at Alberta's fill line Ford and Mercury dealership. See or Call Larry Oliver 223-3537 SUPERIOR MOTORS (TABER) LTD. etfe. Used two weeks only. Seen a 1014 32nd St. S. SAMOYED FOR SALE. Two years old Contact Darrell Hen-Inger at 326-1101. 1968 15 FT. SCAMPER TRAILER Sleeps six. New condition. Phone 328-2060. SALE POODLE puppies, not registered. Born 1969 NINE FT. TRUCK CAMPER Propane refrigerator, stove and heater, four attached jacks. Phone 328-3573. FEMALE HELP MINIATURE DACH-shund puppy House trained. Phone 328-1926. RELIABLE BABYSITTER 'referably to come in. phone 345-j99 after i p.m. our dear husband, father and grandfather, Claude Ellis, who lassed away February 10, 1968. It's a lonely life without you, And sad has been the way. For life at home is not the same, Since you were called away. remembered b y Viola and family. 4240 MACKINTOSH In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Harvey Mackintosh, who passed away February 10, 1970. A year has passed since you left us. but, memories of you, while you were with us, are treasures we will always hold. Dad, Lottie, Myrtle, John, Bill and their families. 42-12 GAVORA In loving memory of Paul Gavora, who passed away on February 10, 1970. I often sit and think of you, and of the way you died. Many times I've longed for you, many times I've cried. You gave no one a last farewell, nor even said goodbye, You were gone before I realized, and only God knows why. Ever remembered and sadly missed by Lorna. 4241 GAVORA In loving memory of our brother ana uncle, Paul, who passed away suddenly February 10, 1970. One year has passed away, Since our great sorrow fell, The shock that we received that day, No one can ever tell. Gone from us your loving face, Your pleasant cheerful ways. A heart Uiat won so many friends, In happy bygone days. But God is good and God knows best And we who loved you will never forget. remembered b y his sister Betty, brother-in-law Victor, their children and grandchildren. 4243 IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE experts install your Ezy-Hft or frame hitch. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. ciAAAFSE APPEARING FEMALE VOCAL 1st required tor local group. Pnon 327-0115, between 2-9 p.m. 328-7389, ask (or Jants. MALE -FEMALE HELP NEW CONDITION 1969 17-FOOT Travelalre Self-contained. Will take car or truck in trade. Phone LETHBRIDGE BRANCH 0 the V.O.N. are seeking the services o a Public Health Nurse with degree o diploma. Interested applicant pleas ihone the V.O.N. office at 327-4531. puppies, six weeks. 250fi 7th Ave. A N., after 6 p.m. SIX INTELLIGENT, ambitious people, who can invest 535, spare a couple of hours a day, and nterested In earning an extra a month Immediately. For Interview phone Mr. Hay at 327-8157. CHIHUAHUAS FOR Valentine's. Lovely pets. Reasona b 1 y priced. Call after 6 p.m., 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Phone 328-3423. PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; trailer servicing, storage and repair. Phone 328-4421. OES past matrons GRANUM (HNS) Mrs. H. Stephenson was elected president at the regular meeting of the past matrons of the Order of the Eastern Star which was held at the home of Mrs. A. Travis. On behalf of the matrons, Mrs. T. Cairns presented a gift to Mrs. Travis. The hostess prize was won by Mrs. S. Byer. The next meeting be held March 1 at the home of Mrs. W. Funeral service 'or John Mafcuch, well knowi retired miner and farmer am native son of Austria who diet at Ciaresholm Friday, Feb. 5 1971, at the age of 78 years was held at p.m. Tuesday Feb. 9, 1971 in Martin AND MONEY, AVON AN MONEY Go together like a hors and carriage. Doesn't rhyme but i still Want to know more? Ca Ars. M. Scott, 2514 23rd FUR BEARING TEACHERS CUSTOM BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS, LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD., HIGHWAY 25. PHONE 327-1225 OR 327-8458. PARTS, REPAIRS Chinchillas complete with cages. Phone 345-3982. LABORATORY TECHNICIAN Qualified to take charge of laboratory of Cardston Municipal RE8U1RE SALES LADIES FO u 1 or part-time work. EIGHT FOOT x 32 FOOT UNITED Americian. Excellent condition. Two porches, skirting, and fence Included. Wall to wall carpet throughout. 328-7475, after 6 p.m. Complete company ben ts. For Interview call Zeller's Li at 328-8171. BUSINESS 812 3rd Ave. S., wit Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officia jig. Pallbearers were A 1 e Koliaska, Peter Palmarc h u 1 John PapusK, Steve Romaniul Bill Czemiawski and John Sko-ba. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser vice, was in charge of the ar rangements. BALL Funeral service fo Wilfred Roy Ball, beloved hu band of Mrs. Lorna Ball of Mon (real and formerly of Let bridge who died at Montrea Monday, Feb. 1, 1971, at th age of 58 years, was held a Montreal Thursday. Feb. 4, 197 Cremation followed. A memo ial service was held here We< nesday, Feb. 10, 1971, in th Central Church of Christ, 42 llth St. S., with Mr. James Chapman officiating. M a r t Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fune al Service, was in charge of tl OUT OF THE RUT pav Off those bills Become a Fulle ette Fulierettes now workint across Canada territories. Available Taber, Pincher Creek, Del Bonlt Blairmore, Bellevue and Lethbndg further information phone Mi Caldwell at 327-1141. RESTAURANT WITH all equipment. Phone 327-1141. FOR SALE 1965 10x55 FT. THREE bedroom mobile home complete with porch. Fuel tank, carpet and all furniture. Would take cattle or grain n trade. Phone 627-2195, Pincher Creek Municipal Hospital. Phone 653-4411. or write Box 310, lardston. Position available immediately C 3277-1 RESIDENCE, FURNISHED. Possible revenue per month. COO to handle. Payments I.P.T. Box 96, Herald. SALE OR LEASE Well established modern grocery business with sales In excess of a year, on main street of prosperous diversified farming town. 20 minutes from Lethbridge, Write Box 111, Herald. MOVE IN TO A NEW FULLY FURN Ished mobile home of your choice With out down payment on our rental-pur chase plan. Apply United Motors, 327 2805 or 327-Ut8. 302 3rd Ave. S. TERRITORIES AVAILABLE FOR THE GAL WH WOULD LIKE TO BE HER OW BOSS, EARN S100-S500 EACH MONT AND CHOOSE HER OWN HOUR FOR QUALIFYING INTERVIE PHONE MISS CALOWELL, TH HOUSE OF FULLER AT Lethbridge Community College invites applicalions for the following teaching Position: RADIO-TELEVISION ARTS EDUCATION: Incumbent should posses at least an M.A. degree in the radi arts-television area. EXPERIENCE: Teaching and pract cat radio television experienc Is desired. DUTIES: Applicant will expected t take over instruction in Radio Art and Television Broadcasting. SALARY: Salary for the above posit o is commensurate with qualification and experience. APPLICATIONS: Interested penon should apply for the standard Appl cation for Employment form to: Director of DEALERSHIP WHAT'S NEW? We have the only one there is. There 5 no competition. Greatest income pc tential for the investment you can find. This is not a vending machine Investment required Territory ooen Lethbridge and district, Medi cine Hat and district. Replies confi dential and answered. Writs Box 109 Herald. married Vilate Romeril in the Salt Lake Temple, and o their return they made the home in the Lethbridge dis trict. He was an active mem ber of the LDS Church and a the time of his passing was member of the High Pries rniorum of whfch he had bee secretary of his ward grou He was always interested the affairs of the district am in the agriculture conditions o the area. He leaves to moiir his passing besides his lovinj wife, Vilate, one son, Richan Alexander (Zandy) who no operates the farm; four gram daughters and three brother Richard A.. James D. and Jac S. all of Lethbridge. He w predeceased by one son in 194 Funeral services will be he in the 10th Ave., LDS Chape on Fridav, February 12 at p.m.. with Bishop Ruedon Se officiating. Interment will f low in the family plot in th Mountain View Cemeter Friends may meet the famil and pay their respects from i p.m. prior to the service. Chr tcnsen Salmon Funeral Hom Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sc vice. FIFTEEN FT. SCAMPER TRAILER used twice Heater, side awning outside light, four jacks, mirrors, front window awning, dishes, spare tire sleeps six, S1600; 1967 Chevrolet Ca price, four door Under warranty equalizer hitch installed, three speed turboqlide transmission, extra wheels transmission cooler, 337-5494. FOR IMMEDIATE EM PIOYMENT LADY WIT BOOKKEEPING AND A COUNTING EXPERIENCE. EFF CIENCY AND ACCURACY A ABSOLUTE NECESSITY. GOO VOICE AND TYPING ABILIT A DEFINITE ASSET. FOR INTE VIEW CONTACT R. W. Hydro acfruires site CRANBROOK Hydro application to the city for purchase of 10 acres at an acre in Phase 2 o its Industrial Park has been approved. Condition is development for full use within three years. The parcel adjoins the present B.C. Hydro property on which the Briar Avenue substation is located at the nortl end of Slalerville. Phase 2 west of completed and almos completely occupied Phase 1 r is triangular in shape boundec i by North Sixth Street, and was j served with access road, watei and electricity in 1970. The crowr corporation plan, to locate its present East Koot enay head control centre, 44 AGRICULTURAL LARGE QUANTITY OP FEED BAR or wheat. Contact Prime Feeder Ud., Fort Macleod. Phone 234-2093 0 236-3871, evenings. LOANS WANTED FEED BARLEY ANC WHEAT HANFY FARMS. PHONE 738-.M25 or 733-4471. CI9 INTERNATION HARVESTER CO. OF AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial propert 1 e S Farms and ranches. City or Town Lowest Interest rates available. Firs and second mortgages. 47 LIVESTOCK 304 STAFFORD DRIV LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA. MiiCrt CC'.VS CREAM CONTRACT Wr-i- Pccpe, Box LefnDrioip opens NATAL (HNS) The open ing of the Royal Bank in Spa wood was recently announce! by manager Steve Purvis, employs an accountant and teller and is temporarily loca ed in a portable building o land designated for the ne Sparwood Shopping Centre. Mr. Purvis has indicated th all bank services except safe deposit boxes and night c pository are available at t new DEAD STOCK G Charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING Phone 328-1 336, Let h bridge. 233- JSS Tsber. Community College, Lethbridge, Alberta i 5 assigned (is personal secretary; i maintain a clcse, hiariiy rcspcnsive larlonship to the day to day work 5 livilies; wurk iiKl.-piTiii-r.-i'ly, rccciv n a minimum of details, supervision sr i direction; establishes, maintains an revises superiors records and fi RAVEN 1339 9th ST. H Kltcrien cupboards, rumpus rooms, re modelling and repairs. Phone 277-3219 HORSES WANTED ALL TYPE and lizes. ALSASK PROCESSOR John Drewry Phcne 323-2911. BUILDING, MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLIN and process; r.q. Wholesale meat an livcstcc'R dfiaicrs. CITY PACKER LTD. Phcne J27-3Q-S3, Lethbridcie. edits material, maintains superior's 'S (1 lendar and makes appointments as ir S structed; performs stenographic an tvpinq work. Qualifications: _ This position normally requires hiq school education, including or 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Construction, 1020 7tn Ave S. Phone 327-6682. A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott Jc h yen how. Phnne 310-2636, ColumN School ot Broadcasting. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS g NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG f ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 49 MACHINERY WANTF.D: RFLT PULLEY ATT AC V rocnt fcr 1 H r ftSO Dif-sol tractor. W inn to pay SiO if unii in qood shap Contact R W. Knhlo, 30-1 Stafford Dr Lethbridge. Phono typewriting and business prticlire Must have shr.rlhanrt flnri fl minimu of .is w p m. Anrclic.itir.ns must r.e fcy February U, 1971. Apply by writh to Community Development, Box 5 I R.R, No. 3, Calgary, Alberta. 1 63 MUSIC TEACHERS 1 PIANO, ORGAN AMD ACCORDIO lessons. All ages. Special fldull courses 1 Bcrtl era Hlga, v.'e bullrf kltrhpn cabinets, vanities any storage or display units you ma i need. Formica work a specially. A-. CABINETS AND CRAFTS, 1518 3r Aye. S. Phons 327-8755. the power station at Elko and consolidate its offices warehouses ;.nd equipment ga i rages at the new ;