Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
04 - THE IETHBMDOE HERALD 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED WANTED-RADIAL OR BENCH SAW. Phone 752-2097. 1771"9 Saturday, January 9, 1971. 58 MALE HELP WANTED **" 61 TEACHERS WANTED COOK REQUIRED. PHONE 327-7123, AFTER 3 P.M. C1951-13 WANTED TO BUY - OLD TOYS prior to 1940. Write description and price to Carl A. Loomls, P.O Box 1351, Plncher Creek, Alberta Box 1605-15 CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI-Stow, batteries. Highest prices. Verier! ron Ltd., 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 32B-9342. WANTED-TREADLE SINGER SEW-\ng machine. Round bobbin and reverse sew. Box 822, Fort Macleod. Phone 234-4075. 1784-9 HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals - steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1S05 2nd Ave. S. Phone M7"��Mf WANTED - ESTIMATE ON SOME painting to be done In duplex. Phone 32b-8578. 1826-9 I RED DEER PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 104 fiRSL..9,^ss...M,!,CHANJC. Requires by February 1, 1971, the tot for service station, i n Lethbrldge Top rate to right man. Apply Box 1 Herald. C1892-9 ..jqulres by lowing lunlor high teachers: (1) Language Arts - Science combl. nation In second term of semestered BE BRAVEl Call me to learn of a nrnor.m business concept you have never heard program before. Take the celling off your earn- , , s) d, _ F , combIna, 328-5283*""'' "* �M-9 ,or Partla|IV semestered program MU,rnic.i^rn ciii i tiuc �&i p to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Wednesday, Jan. uary 371 h, 1971 for cartage, storage and distribution of licence plates to Motor Vehicle Branch agents throughout the Provln.ce of Alberta. Details and specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Manager, Motor Vehicle Branch, Administration Building, 9 Street and 3rd Avenue N Lethbrldge, Alberta. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus, Deputy Minister, Department ot Highways and Transport. J3 Pattern Detour signs were replaced | CALGARY (CP) - Interna tional symbol signs indicating a detour were replaced the day after an accident in which two men were killed, an inquest jury was told here. Motorist Robert Ranson testi fied he interpreted the signs containing the reduced speed and black arrows as indications he should go straight ahead. He was able to stop short of a 21 - foot - deep excavation where a truck crashed Nov. 21, claiming the lives of its occupants, Frank Hill, 48, and Alfred Hill, 22, both of Calgary. A traffic department spokesman said the symbolic signs were replaced the following day with conventional signs to eliminate any confusion. The jury headed down a recommendation for tighter supervision and improved safety precautions. Pair up jaunty beret, scarf-it's fashion's newest fling! QUICK-CROCHET beret and 6 or 8 - ft. scarf in open-work or with gay multicolor yarns woven thru. Puff - stitch ridges worked in swirl effect. Pat. 7307: sizes S, M, L incl. FIFTY CENTS .(coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) - add 15 cents for each pattern for first - class mailing and special handling - to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario.