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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES GRAIM TRUCKING BUSINESS FOR sale. 194fi Dodge, Ing complete with equipment. Grossing plus. Asking Scllinti due lo fiea I Id. WRITE TO L. KAISER, BOX 41, VUL- CAN, PHONE 74AS-tf LUCRATIVE, ESTABLISHED YEAR- round buslncrs on I wo lofs. Six room house. Wft shop complele with slock und machinery. Fully licensed and ser- viced In commercial area. Great one man operation or unlimited room TOT cxponslon. Owner rclirlng. Terms w irav rent. Write 916 10th 51. fJ., Cran- brcok or phone 476-3957. 7470-3 74 LOANS A INVESTMENTS A SMALL INVESTMENT. CAN earn you high commission. Depend on own efforts. No. 103 5th St. S. 7J29-29 PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 2ifi-i01l, RESI- DENCE 355-7641, ANYTIME. 5457-lf SCHWAKTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLlSHfcU 1927 College Phone 35B-3331 Residential, Commercisl properties Farms and ranches. Clly or Town. Lowest Interest rales available- Hrsl and second mortgages. HOME AND LAND OWNERS MORTGAGE LOANS AVAILABLE FOR AMY PURPOSE FROM TO YOU CAN BORROW UP TO 85% OF THE APPROVED VALUE OF YOUR HOWE. TERMS FIVE-ID OR IS YEARS AT LOW INTEREST RATES. IF YOU WISH FURTHER INFORMA- TION, COMPLETE MO MAIL IN THE FOLLOWING COUPON 10 TRADERS GROUP, BOX B75. LETH- BRIDGE PHONE 328-3348. PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS Tenders will be accepted until March I, 1V72, lo provide (lie Irucics: Ions with automatic transmis- sion! and pDSllracllon rear ends ton duol and 4 speed transmission. The Council may accepl 1hc tender from one supplier lor either one, Iwo or nil the unlli. The lowest or any tender nor nsces- Sflrily accepled. Tlie envelope should he plainly mark- ed "Tenders for D, M. Holladay Secretary-Treasurer Counly cf Warner No. 5 WARNER, AIMrtfl. F59 TENDERS FOR DIESEL FUEL, GASOLINE AND PROPANE Sealed Tenders clearly marked as to contents will received by the undersigned ot his office in Taber tor Ihe supplying of Diesel Fuel, SUndard Gasoline (Orange) and Propane lor a period ol Iwelve (131 months com- mencing April 1st, 1972, lo March 3isl, 1973. Closing due lor receipt ol lender is Monday, March ISIrf, 1P72, Hie hour of Noon. For further porllculara wilh regards fo deliveries please contact the under- -igned. Lowest or any lender not necessarily accepled. Douglas Francis Secretary-Treasurer Municipal Dislricl cf Taber Mo 14 Taber, Alterla. Fit Friday, February 25, 1972 1HI LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 J_jirths announce Ihe birth of Iheiv daughter, Mi- chelle Ilan, torn February 1. 1072, weight 7 Ibs. 2 O7.s., at Holy Crass Hospital, Calgary. Proud grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cooley, Pin c h e r Creek, and Mrs. Anne Ondrus, LeUibridge. DEATH JONES Passed away in the city on Thursday, Febru- ary 24, 1972, Mr. Charles Al- bert Edward Jones, at the age of 74 3'eara of 725 5th St. S. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced K hen cam p J c t e d. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C352 PUBLIC NOTICE TRADERS GROUP LIMITED Special deals for homeowners at Associates K you're buying your house, you' eligibly (or a special Homeowner Loan Associates any time you need cash. That means we may be able lo give you a beller deal. Lower rates 01 longer lerms or even both. The amount you borrow is limilee! only by Ihe equity you have In your home. maybe or more. So !J you have high-interest debts out- (landing, or if you need cash for a second car, A boat, or any olher good reason, talk fo Associates abou> a low- Inlereat Homeowner Loan. See how much belter off you'll tw lorjg-Ierm. 1014 Third Avenue South Phone 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED 75 CONTRACTS GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1030 7th Ave. S, Pricne 337-66BJ. C7377-M DORGE RAVEN 1319 9lh SI. N., Lelhbrjdge. Kitchen Rum. BUS rooms Remodelling and re- pairs tor city or country. "Phone 3Z7- 3319, (or free eslimafes. 74B9-H CUSTOM BUILT HOV.E5, RUMPUS rooms, renovations. Call Ted Ring- ham construction. 337-37BJ. 4D7B-M C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS For your snow removal. Private drive- woyr. 32B-J76S. C9529-II FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water prcofina tn- turcd, free eslimales. Phone FINISHING, RUMPUS ROOMS, cup- boards, framing. All remcdellintj needs. Ho jobs too small, phone 338-0967, days; 3J5-3493, evenings. 6B36-I9 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE N'O CHANG. ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 326- C1936-H PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT MOTOR VEHICLE LICENCE PLATES Ssaled tenders will be received by the underslaned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Slanderd Time on Wednesday, March 15ln, 1972 for cartage, storage and dis- frtbiillcn of licence plates ID Motor Vehicle Branch agents throughout the Province of Alberta. Details and specifications may be obfdned at the Office ot the Manager, Motor Vehicle Branch, Administration Building, 9th Streel end 3rd Avenue North, Lelnbridge, Alberta. The lowest or any Tender nol neces- sarily accepted. L. H. McMon-JS, Deputy Minister, Department of Highways end Transport. TENDERS Sealed lenders will be received (or Ihe supply, delivery and laying of ap- proximately 1.500 nighf inch cemenl blocks for the construction erf the ad- dition lo the Royal Canadian Legion, Bow Island Branch No. 197. Construction to slart as soon as frost permlls. Also, under separate lender, approximately one hundred and Iwenly two lineal leer of foundalfon fooling. See Mr R. T. Hopkins for plans and specifications. Closing dale extended lo Friday, March 17th, at p.m., M.5.T., 1972, due to delay in receiving blue prinfs and specifications. Lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted. Reg. T. Hopkins Chairman, Building Committee r45 Pattern DEATH IUASSON Passed away in Ihe eity on Thursday, Febru- ary 2-1, 1372, following a lengthy illness, Mr. John (Joe) Masson, at the age of years, of SILli Avcnua N., beloved j husband of Ihe late Mrs.; Jemima Masson. Horn i n j Aberdeen, Scotland in 18E2, Lhe late Mr. Jifcson lo Can- ada and settled in Lelhbridge in 1913 and was employed by Canadian Bakeries for many years before re-tiring. He is survived by four sons, Messrs. James C. Masson, Red Deer, Ronald J. and Angus R. Mas- son, both of Lethbridge, Alan R. Masson, Vancouver; 12 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Wm. (Jcsnl Dimlop, Leth- bridge. The funeral service will be held on Monday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev. L. D. Ilankinson officiating. In- terment mil follow in Arch- mo u n t Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects al Martin Bros. TRADITION- AL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S.; phone 328 2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C353 Pattern DEATH EI1ICKSO.N Arthur, pass- ed away in the city on Fnday, February 25lh, 1972, al Die age of 82 years, beloved husband ol Sirs. Elizabeth Erkkson of J710 13 Ave. S. Funeral arrange- menls will Ix announced when c o m p 1 c Led. CI1HISTENSEN SALMON1 FUNERAL HOME LTD., In Charge of Arrange- ments. C351 CARD OF THANKS 1IAUGAAKD I wish (o thank my doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the excellent care given me during iny stay in hospital; also to my friends for cards, gifts and visits. Haugaard FEW PIION-ES The developing countries ol Asia, Africa and Latin America have only seven per cent of the world's telephones. IN MEMORIAM UNUQUIST In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather. Art Lindquist, who passed away February 25, J970. In tears we saw you We watched you lade away, Our hearts were almost bro- ken You fought so hard to stay. Gcd knew that you were suf- fering, That hills were hard to climb We lived in hope and prayed in vain That God would make you I well again. But someday lie will tell us w hy lie broke our hearts and let you die. rememlicrcd and sad- ly missed by his wife Nora; TCthcl, Alfred, Del Dcug- I o n a, Allan and Bruce. 7456 FlillllY In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, John Fcrby, who passed away February 25, 1SC.1. A smiling face, a heart of Bold, He suffered much but never lold. A friend to all, his last would give A better man never lived. remembered by his Annie, daughter Stel- la and family and son Willie 7455 IN MEMORIAM WAIINOCK In loving mem- ory of a dear dad, William War- nock. Fondly remembered and ever missed by Laylon and clu'ldren. 74M DEVAIIMCIII'K In mem- ory of a dear uncle, John De- varniehuk, November 14, 192S February 25, 1971. To his family and all who Edmonton man dies in mishap DAWSON CREEK, I3.C. fCP) Man killed in an industrial accident here Wednesday was idenJified Iwlay as Charles Gor- don Roberts, 3J, of Sherwood Park, it suburb of Edmonton. HCMP said Mr. Roberts was killed al the Sc-hlumberger of Canada plant when a truck rol- kliew led forward in a work yard, In our minds I know, a plaee crushing of peace is where we'd _______________. like lo go. A year has past since that I Approve China visit day i r When onr Loixl came and loot: NEW YORK (API Most him away God grant him. his work That open to the sky Make him a pardner Of wind and son And when life's are done him lend his hand to guide Americans approved of Presi- dent Nixon's visit lo China, says the Louis Harris poll. In a sur- vey of 1.430 households Feb. 8- 14, the poll reported Wednesday, 78 per cent Ihoughl the visit was a good idea. Ifi.OUO ESKIMOS j Canada's Eskimo population i I totals 1G.OOO. us, On that last long rido That strcfches homeward to- ward the great divide. HAVE COI.OH By early 1970. about 12.1 per I cent of Canadian households 7457! had color Iclension receivers. FREE ESTIMATES On recreation rooms, kitchens, bnlh- rooms or any type of residential re- modelrjno. You are under no obliga- tion- ADVANCE LUMBER Co. ttd. Cor. 2nd Ave. and Ulh st S Phone 326-3301 BOX NUAtBERS 1. J2, M, 12, in, 109, 113. TENDERS WANTED FOR BUILDING, PROVINCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF OFFICE PARK, CYPRESS HILLS, ALBERTA Scaled tendon addressed to the Dep- uty Minister ol Public Works for Con- struction ol Office Building, Provin- cial Park, Cypress Hills, Alberls, will be received up lo 2 o'clock P.M. Mountain Standard Time, Thursday, March 23, 1773, at Room Depart' icnt of Public Works, Terrace Build' 15, Edmonton, Alberta- Plans, idea lions and tender forms may be obtained on applica- tion to fhe Confracls Branch, Depart- ment ol Public Works, Terrace Build- Ing, Edmonton, end will be available and EleelricDl sub trades on derjoiil f One Hundred Dollars (ilOQ CO) .'hich will be refunded plans and specifications are returned to this department prepaid, complele and in good order rot later than fouriccn [M) days oiler closing dale of Ten- ders, olherwlsp the deposit shall be forfeit. Plans and specifications nave been placed wlfh fhe Consrruclicn Aa- swlallonj In Edmonton, Calgary. Loth- bridge and Medicine Met Ihe use of sub trades. Sub-lrade contractors and subs to shall bid awarding to the rulrs id regulations of the Alberts Bid Depository anrf through Ihe Medicine 'nl Construction Association. Each lender musl be accompanied jy (n) fi certified chegue or bid bond n Ihe amount of not less than OR (b) a cen'ified cheque or birf bond or an amount of no! less than ID per cent of lender price. Certified cheques are to be made payable to the Prc- Treasurer The cf tenderers is drawn o the "Public Works Page 2. Clause 9, which reiert fo Forfeiture of securily. Tfie successful tenderer be re- quired to provide a certified cheque or negotiable or properly assigned Government of Canada or Alberta Pro- vJncfal Government Bends lor Ten Per Cenl (10 ptr cent) erf the con- tract or a 50 ptr cenl Performance Bond- THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL MOT NECESSARILY BE AC- CEPTED. Tenders will be opened In public In fhe Depflrfmenr of Public Works Con- ference Room, Room 57B, Terrace Building, Edmonton W. A. B. SAUNDERS, P. ENG., I DEPUTY MINISTER OF PUBLIC1 WORKS j F67 Make youngsters happy with easy to knit, cozy caps. Nifty, thrifty a welcome gift! Knit stocking cap and pompon cap plus scarf of knit- ting worsted in striped design popcorns. Pattern 7117: sizes S, M, L included. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special to: Send To: THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario ONE-PIECE DRESSING Is a joy now and on sunny spring days' Jump in. zip and go look- ing like a fashion pace-setter. Choose a pastel knit. Printed Pattern 4918: NEW Half sizes NHi, 12'.i, MVu, IGl-i, 1814. 20U. Size H'i (Bust 37) takes yards 60-inch. SEVEtVTV-FIVE CENTS (75c) in coins (no stamps, please) for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send To: ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AM) AD- DRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. CHRYSLER CANADA LTD. ST. LOUIS FURNITURE OFFERING YOU FINEST CANADIAN MADE MAPLE FINESI SELECTION OF COLONIAL FURNITURE Buy a specially equipped PLYMOUTH FURY and get THE REGULAR PRICE OF AIR CONDITIONING RADIO AND REAR SEAT SPEAKER AT NO EXTRA COST! ST. LOUIS FURNITURE 118 5lh ST. S. PHONE 327-2210 Right now, your participating Plymouth dealer has two great oilers ior you. Buy n specially equipped Plymouth Fury and get 50% off the regular price on factory inslalled air conditioning. Or, buy a specially equipped Plymouth Fury and get a radio and rear scat speaker- at no extra cost. Right now, for a limited time only. Full details from your Plymouth dealer! FLEMING MOTORS LTD- 7th Sf. and Isf Ave. S. Phone 327-1591 ;