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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-11,Lethbridge, Alberta Exparlencod driver for '««I <lel¡Wi«*. Phorw 32B-4»»2.C«S07-12 SenwHW 3M-31S4. to plHl«r wkili. Ph«i# 6T5S-11 FU« lUM liPOkKawr lor dwjof's rt-* liw. Htpty to Bw 1*. H«f«ld.eT93-K WANTED - QENEflAL LABORED APPLY IN PERSON. LETHBFHDGE nENDERINQ._C57BC-tf Jtnnor lor eVAningt In SI. Ml«h««l‘t HotpiMl. Steady «mploymcnt. Apply ill p«rgon.    6641-12 HouMkeeper lor small InstKution. (ive-d«y week, mornings only. Reply in writing 10 Box 19. Herald. Ce537-14 I! you are an EXPERIENCED BANK TELLER, we have an imrnedlate position wilh 9ood remuneration for you. Please apply in person lo Mr. Kirr, Royal Bank. Centre Village ill. " Bebytitter wanted to com« In It St. SO. 327-1000- Phone after 6 p.m._ Wao-12 Person in Assumption School area to look after Qra^ 1 stuOant before anO after school needad immediately. Phone 328-823S. after 5;30 p.m.    6842-12 71 waiBtwMia Applications »re invited from qua' llfied teachar» lor Junior high 6y ihe nrm Mel C6533-17 TEXAS OIL COMPANY n««Ja parswi over 40 lor ihort trip* aurrciunding LethbridM. Contact euttomafs. We train. Write W. C. Dtckerson, Praa., Soulhwaatern Petroleum, Box 789, FI. Worth. Tex.    - ' ■    .nil Expanding real estate company has openings for sales reprasantatlves. Male or lei bui noi necessary. Apply ufars indu lemale. Experience preferred .... necessary. Apply in writing giving fuH particufars including sales experience to P.O. Bo* Lethbridge. answered. Atl inquiries C2212-tf Parson experienced in (arm and ranch work. Mainly cow-call and hay. General handyman. State exMrience and salary expected. Reply P-0. Bo* 308, Fort Mulaod. Alberta. 64M-1b 70 HBIflTHlWlMlllia Registered nurse for 100 bed nursing home. Part time — two or three days weekly. Edith Caveil Nursing Home. 1255 Sth Ave. 5. - •    C6S4B-17 Positions available at the Cardston Municipal Hotpltal. —One Registered Nursa ' —One Certilled Nursing Aid wanted immediately. Contact— Mrs. R. Aldridge Oireetor of Nurainj Cardston Municipal Hospital Cardston, Alta. Phone 653-4411 Barons Consolidated S.O. Subiects—    ^ Langugage Arts, Social Sludles. French, others arranged. Apply immediately, enclosing supporting documente to— Mrs. Shirley S. Evans Secratary-Traasurer Barons Consolidated S.D. No. 8 Box 154 Baron«, Alta. C64M-t1 IBfEltMllllimiEI A^an puppies lor sale. Pho^328- Female nine week old puppy to V!'* away. PhoiW 329-3SÍ1. ■ 6851-11 away English Setter with 327-6545 after 6 p.m. papers. Phone 6436-15 lUechanio wanted — Must have experience in tune-up or wheel alignment. Salary is per cant of labor sales plus per cent of parte. Minimum guarantee $750 month. Apply Brian Roelofs, North Le'^bridoe Mg-Tires._ steward and stewardass, Jwrner - VaHay Golf Club. Suite supplied. No i chltdren Of pets. Applications are invitee lor Ihe above named position. DuUas and salary upon request. Phone 626-3552 or write Box 255 Black Diamond, AWa. 6S41-12h Hairstylist wanted in busy beauty salon. Part time or full time, excellent opportunity for right party. Experience necessary. Some clientele 06451-15 avaHable immediately. Top wages. i Phone 328-7366 or 327-3673,-evenings. Asu for fiir. Duncan. C6509-14 WANTED — Laboratory technologist, R T. Technician Grade i tor the Crestón Valley Hospji^. Salafv    St&rt    12 ™ShS $^.25, 24 months $724:00 36 months ÍTS7.75 and 48 months fhfs position is lor a live day, 37’A hr, week, exclusive ol halt hour meal period. “On Call" on a rotating basis. Duties to commence January, 1974. Apply in writing giving full particulars ol qualifications to the undersigned. John H. S, Moffitt Administrator Crestón Valley Hospttal Crestón, B.C. 6542-12h Apprentice plumbers required. Contact J, Tierney (Jenco), 28tti St. and 14th Ave. N. — Monday, January 14. 6907-12 SI 50 TO $250 WEEKLY MINIMUM FULL OR PART TIME male or female You can't lose a ttiinfl by coming in and talking with us, at 506 3rd Ave. S. frfust have car and be bondable. C9467-U 71 TEACHERS WANTED SALES CLERK Applicant with sewing and labric knowledge prefsrreb. Fuji time employment. All company benellts. For personal appointment: phone 327-2243, SINGER company COLLEGE MALL C6484-12 TEACHER WANTED DR. ELLIOTT SCHOOL Linden, Alberta Grade two—23 pupils DUTIES TO COfulMENCE MONDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1974 CONTACT; MR. G. A, WILSON SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS three hills SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 60 BOX 310 TfiOCHU, ALBERTA Siamese kitten, female. $20, Phone 328-9469. _8909-12 Pekinese - Poodle cross — six weeks old 520 iemale, $25 male. Phone 328-7125. after 5 p.m.6908-'4 For sale — Miniature female Pomeranian. Three years old. Phone , 750-3490, Magrath.    6889-14 Purebred Blue Heeler male pup for tale. Contact Leslie or Margo Johnson at 627-2436 or write 6ox 1359, Pincher Creek._6824-14 Four puppies for »ale — Cross Terrier — Chihuahua. Partially trained. $10 each. Phone 327-3S83, alier S p.m._6774-15 M lUSWeSSOmMTIHIITIES Friday.    11. 1974 - THC LETHBHlDOf HWWLD -** Births. Deaths, In Memoriams j Cards Of Thanks    I BIRTHS SCHLAHT - Ken and Bonnie wish lo announce the birth of their daughter. Nicole Marie, l)orn January 4, 1974 weighing in at 6 lbs, 8 oz. A sister for Troy. (Insured). 6890-12 Lethbridge downtown Beauty Salon ,or sale.'VfrlteBo^^^ra^^ Experienced, reliable motel manager and wile would ijW.to manage motel in Lethbridge district. Phone 435-8747. Ednionton collect.    6501*l4h C6942-12 n UCENSEIIKINKMUirTEIlS RUKinES $45,000 to S50.00D will purchase men's wear store in choicest downtown location In Lethbridge, sxcelienl turn over and profit. Owner retiring lor health reasons. Write 00» 20, Herald.    C6539-14 Kradle Koop Day Care Centre. Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre — 328-2509.    C4658-tl 73 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Excelieni Business, only Ihree years old — Store. iBundromat and spacious living guarters in excellent payroll and sports city. Living quarters compieie with drapes, carpel throughout.' Write Herald.    6869-16 Blueprint Reading. Mechanical or Oonslruoiton. Home-study Diploma Courses. Free Folder, Teohnischooi. Box 6218LH, Station F, Hamilton, OnL    6700-5F AGRICULTURAL FIELDMAN Applltatlons will be accepted lor the position of Agricultural Reldman until 4:30, on January, 2Zni). Stale quallticatlons and salary expected- J. K. Duncan . Secretary-Treasurer County of Warner No. 5 C6441-12 FIELD SUPERVISOR REO CROSS youth has a permanent opening (or a Held supervisor in Lethbridge and district to work two days a week during Ihe school year. Duties involve promotion of youlh program and public speaking in schools. Professional background or related experience required. Own car essenliai- Send resume to: * Mrs. Judith Martindate Director, Red Cross Youth . 1504 - 1st Street S,E. Calgary. Alberta 6fiS5-12 w OmCE. CLEWCAl    ~ insurance claims olflce repul«* Typlsl-Receptionist, preferably with insurance experience. Must be proiiciant at electric typewriter and dictaphone. Phone R. A. Snyder a1 327-4244 or evenings at 3287136.    6714-14 SECRETARY , To frandie executive correspondence, accounts payable, etc. Experience wllh dictaphone, Oesletner and electric typewriter essential. Apply in person, Ellisons Head Office, Lethbridge. Teacher Wanted ACME SCHOOL Senior High fiflathematics and Sciences (Chemistry-Physics) wilh preference to Physical Education duties to. COMMENCE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1974 Teacherage available In Acme CONTACT; MR. Q. A. WILSON SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS THREE HILLS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 60 BOX 310 TROCHU, ALBERTA C6S43-12 CALGARY BOARD OF EDUCATION Invites applications for th'e'Schbol'YBiir '1074-75 fora TEACHER OF WELDING Basic requtrenrienta include a Journeyman's Certificate in Welding, and a valid Alberta Teaching Certificate. Applications and related data may bo secured from; insiructional Personnel SIS fiflacleod Trail S.E. Calgary, Alberta T2G 2L9 Applications will be received lor the above position up to February 15, 1974. C6510-12 77 MUSICIANS AMD ElffERTAimWEIlT_ EMEHV'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE — DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS — WEDOINGS, ETC. PHONE 328,2867.    4961-If THE VARIETY MEN . dance band ^ FOR HIRE FOR WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE LEN ELENDSON - 327-8917 60a3-tlh THE MOON GLOWS Music for all occasions PHONE DON CODY 327-6592, AFTER 7 P.M. 9701-tfh Grocery delivery service established lor 12 years. Excellent opportunity for expansion. Owner must sell due to health reasons. Phone 426-2317 or write 32 12th Ave. N., Cranbrook, 6668-12 Brand new air-conditioned .Beauty Salon In Coleman. Built up clientele. Perfect for one or two hairdressers. Price $4,500- $2,000 down, remainder tlnaneed. For more information, phone Mrs. Edith Hodnett after 6 p.m., 234-3837. Fort Macleod. inierested parties only. 6775-19 DIETRICH Born to Mr. and Mrs. Art Dietrich on January 9, 1974, a son, Arthur Edwin Jr., 6 lbs, 10 o*. A, grandson for Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Dudley and great -grandson for Mrs. Jean Dudley, Magrath. Insured. • C6555 DUNCAN - A new hairdresser to our staff, born January 9,1974. Sharia Marie. 8 lbs., 4 ozs., a sister for Tanya LaRue. Parents Joe and Darlene Duncan, grandparents aré Mr. and Mrs. F. Vanden Dungan, Vauxhall and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Neilson, U!U.brWte.    ^ 71 UKTMII FOUND Lost — Male German Shepherd, with only half ear on right side. Answers to name Shep. Reward.' Phone 3290371.    6887-17 79 PERSONAL Birth Control and Information Centre. S42 71h St. S Phone 32B-0196. C31 SS-'tf Adult boons, novelties, marital ^ds. Free price list. Adalphi ewks, P.O. Box 1866, Saskatoon, SasK, 6712-29 Widow, with one child, would like to meet intelligent man, 45-60 A» replies confidontlal. Only the ajncere need reply. Box 9, Herald. 6822-12 W BEgTAUIWIlT, HOTEL Help required for waiting on tables. Experience preferred. Apply Top's Pizza and Spaghetti House. C6036-tl Kitchen cook and WAlTflESS/wailer required Experienced preferred. Part time, day shift. Phone 3290100.    C6468-« Waitresses and waiters required ai Golden Bridge Restaurant. Apply in Phone 328- FORT VERMILION SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 52 Requires the followinfl; fort VERMILION - One Resource. Teacher — Elementary Genorallsl with some Special Education preferred. La CRETE ^ One Junior and Senior High School English Teacher One Opporlunily Room Teacher. RAINBOW LAKE — One Grade Three and Four teacher. Ail positions available on or before February 1. 1974. All appiicationa must be submitted in writins slatino experience, training and listing relerences to: Mr. D. 0. Oreen Superintendent ol Schools Fort Vermilion School Division NO. 52 P.O. Bag 1 Fori Vermilion, Alberta TOH INO 6819-12 Young woman (ainsle, attractive, educated) would like lo hiwi*h unattached professional man, 35-&a Sincere replies win be Shswered. Box | 8. Herald.    6621-12 Wanted — UroenI — Person to drive boy from General Stewarl to Coaldale. 11:30 a.m., Tuesday to Friday. S2 daily. Phone 3454792. _ 6820-12 Have your basic rights been infringed? We are concerned. Phone 328-3856. LETHE?R1DGE BRANCH ALBERTA HUMAN RIGHTS AND CIVIL liberties ASSOCIATION^_3144-1S You are invited to hear a meaaafle from Maior and Mrs. Clarence Burrows, Alberta Salvation Army leaders, at 11 a,ni- and 7 p.m. worship Sunday. Citadel address Is 1302 4th Ave. S.    C6497-12 ROYAL TRUST 323 7 ST. S. Phone 328-7761 Multiple Lisling Service COFFEE SHOP In shopping centre, good north side location, ample parking, showina flood return on investment. Would make ideal family business. Call VIC KAUTZ - 329-0793. EXCLUSIVE. C6043-tt SCHWARTZ agencies (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 . "List with the Leader” Multiple Listing Service JUST LISTED — Beau Monde Beauty Shop. In busy location and reasonably priced. Phone Peggy Roeiols ' at 327-5692 for full particulars. Exclusive. C6508-12 FOR SALE „ THRIVING CAFE BUSINESS IN RAPIDLY EXPANDING TOWN IN SOUTH EASTERN ALB6HTA.^250 SQ. FEET ~ SEATING OAPACI^ 81. TWO-STOREY MODERN BUILDING: TOP FLOOR CAN BE MADE INTO BANQUET ROOfid. MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. FOR APPOINTMENT CONTACT; BOX 1S10, BROOKS, ALBERTA. Telephone (403) 362-3301. 6232-l(h DEATH McNEELY ~ Passed away in the city on Tuesday, January 8, 1974, Mrs. Alma McNeely, at the age of 77 years of 632 19th Street South, Lethbridge, beloved wife of the late Mr. Eockford McNeely. Bom and raised in Voss, Minnesota, the late Mrs. McNeely came to Canada with her parents in 1910 and homesteaded south of Milk River, moved to Detroit Lalies, Minnesota in 1925, Moorhead, Minnesota in 1930 and Warner, Altwrta in 1842. In the early 1950’s she moved to Lethbridge, where she has resided untU her passing. She was predeceased by her husband. She is survived by one son, Arthur M. Thompson Sr. of Moorhead, Minnesota; two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Monson of Spokane, Washington, Mrs. Clara Anderson, Whitefish, Montana; one brother, Mr. Oscar Osing of Lethbridge; three grandchildren; four greatgrandchildren. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, January 12, 1974 at 1:00 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North, with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating, Interment will be in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6559 DEATHS ANDERSON - Erik Ray, passed away suddenly at Lafayette, California on Thursday. January 10, 1974, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson of Taber. Bora in Taber on October 15, 1973. Survivors besides his parents, n'.ateiiiai grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knepshield of Realto, Calif., paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson of Taber, maternal great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Knepshield of California, paternal greatgrandmother, Mrs. Eva Anderson of Taber, and several aunts and uncles. Funeral services will be held Monday, January 14, 1974 at 2:00 p.m. in the Taber Stake Chapel, with Bishop Roy Harris officiating. Interment will follow in the Barnwell Cemetery. Friends may meet the family from 1 ;00 p.m. until prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6556 DEATHS McNEELY ~ Passed away in the city on Thursday, Jan* uary 10, 1974, Mrs, Lettice McNeely, at the age of 61 years, beloved wife of Mr, hoy McNeely of 205 14th Street North. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C^l FENTON — Passed away at Lethbridge on Friday, January 11,1974, Sarah, of Taber, at the age of 82, beloved wife of the late Waldon Fenton of Taber. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. HUMPHRIES funeral home LTD., Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, C6557 DANGERFlELD - Passed away in the city on Thursday, January 10, 1974, Mrs. Alice Dangerfield, at the age of 92 years, of the Devon Nursing Home, beloved wife of the late Mr. James Dangerfield. Bom in Ontario, she came west to Olds in 1907 then to Knappen, Alberta in 1910, where she homesteaded and farmed with her husband. She came to Lethbridge in 1967 and has resided here until her passing. She is survived by foar sons, G. Alfred Dangerfield, Aden, Ralph Dangerfield, Edmon- BLEZARD — Passed away suddenly in the city on Thursday, January 10, 1974, Miss Catherine Ellen Blezard, at the age of 23 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J, Blezard of Burlington, Ontario.    Forwarding arrangements by MARTIN BROS. LTD., for services and interment at Burlington, Ontario. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6560 IN MEMORIAMS DUCE — In loving memory of our dear husband, father, son and brother. Marvin Graf Duce. passed away January 11, 1973. Memories are treasures no one can steal. Parting leaves a heartache no one can heal: No longer with us our lives to share Still in our hearts you are a I wavs there. —Ever remembered and sadly missed by wife Brenda, daughter Rochelle. Mother and brother Jim. €894 DUCE — In loving memory of a dear brother-in-law and son-in-law, Marvin Duce, who passed away January 11,1973. God stripped us of a loved one Just one year ago. He beckoned and you answered, Marvin Why did you have to go? You left your loved ones here at home To enter God's domain. Now watch and guide us through our days And help us with the Min. —Dearly remembered and always missed by Harry and Gladys, Russell, Bev and children. 6895 person to Henry Yae. 2525. 02712-If Wunled ~ Dishwasher and pan lime WAlTRESS/waltef. Apply after 4:30 D.m.. Shanghai Chop Suey.    C646?-ai Wsiieis/waitresses and cooks. Experience preferred but not* necessary. Apply in person to Jim McCuiley, Pizza Place, 329 Slh Sl. S.    C8460-14 We require a neat reliable mature person lor WAlTRESS/wailer position Must be willing to worit evenings and ' some weekends in pleasant surfoundinfls. No iraining necessary. Please wfite Box 16, Herald.    06518-12 68 DOMESTIC Babysitter wanted ~ Lakeview area. Two children, si* and four. Phone 327-8004.    6886-14 Mtiure person wanted for one child from 7 i.tfl. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, to come in. Transportation provided. Phone 328-9739. 6756-H HOUSEKEEPER - Mature person required to live in doctor's home m Calgary. Required to do houSoKoep-ir»fl and baUysitting Free room and board plus salary. Phone 3?8-0611.__6867-16 Grandma-type housetteeper, lor two wMfcft in March, fo live In and mind mree children — afles seven, five and two. Nice new home. Will pay good to relia&le peraon. Reply in wriling stating ratwences to Bo* ISO, mrMd. THE FORT McMURRAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2833 requires FOUR ALBERTA CERTIFICATED TEACHERS cori'mencing February, 1974. 1.    Combined Grades two and three class. 2.    Grade six (halt time only). 3.    Grade seven. 4.    High School Art Fort McMurray is a rapidly growing oil town located in the heart of the Athabasca Oil Sands, 275 miles north-east of Edmonton. The present population of 10,000 is expected lo reach 20.000 when the current Sviicrude development is completed. ■ i ' 11 All Ol the schools are new or relatively new, well equipped, and located ir the town. We wilt assist you to find ac-commodaiion. Come and grow with a new town. Apply in wrillng including relerences, faiest Superintendent's Report. Student Teaching Report and other per-tin«nl informatron to: MR. JERRY L. SACHER, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FORT McMUflRAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2#3S P.O. BOX 810 FORT MCMURRAY, ALBERTA TOA 1K0 C6S3Í-12 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drini^mg problem, phone 327-0049 or 32B-3246. alter 7:30 p m. 09 LOANS ANO INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS S MERCHANTS Tl^UST 309 - 7th St. S.—328-5548 C5Z16.tf families of problem drinkers NEEDING understanding AND information, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY I3R0UP. WRITE ENQUIRIES; CARE OF P.O BOX 661. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY. 327-6292; JEAN 327-8340. 1686-tfh MORTGAGES All types Of mortgage financing in small towns — acreages — new and old homes — Call CITY R INSURANCE LTD. South. 328-3251. REALTY AND 1117 3rd Ave, C7769-tf BO SEMICES AMD REPAIRS Kirby Vacuum Sales and Service -K^rby Company of Lethbndg^—32»- 90 CONTMCTS drywalling — SPRAYING — CEILINGS — REPAIR WORK PHONE 326-7362. 2943-tf Phone Doug's Rototllling — For snow removal, sidewallis and driveways - 327-1227. 6401-29J Economy painting and decorating Very neat, very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. S542-tl Soutrierfi Stdtnp and Siencil — Rubber siamps. corpOTBie seals, -------------------- _ daiers. file. Same-day service. 1233    estimates. Phone 3; 2nd Ave. S. PHONE Painters. Qualified woric quaranteefl Í8-6911. 7169-tf Maytag Sates and Service. Services on all makes of washers and dryers automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No job 100 large or loo small. LETHBfllOGE-APPLIANCES. 905 3RD AVE S. -Phone 327-4466    C7353-II Fred Steiner — cement work, old t)asemenls dug. v*ater proofing. In^ sured Iree estimates. Phone 327' B2B6.    C3661-« ALUf^lNUfJI WINDOWS AN DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE - NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. C193B-I1 M 6ARDENING McLean's Tree Surgery - Free estimates. Pruning, trimming and felling, Cali 328-2094, 3271323. 7030-11 85 POUITBYAWOSUPMES Heavy roasting hens — 48« per lb. pan ready. Roosters eight lbs. dressed — 40t per lb. Also fryers, custom work. Helmtith Dyck, 345-, 3224.    C63S6-H U ms AND SUPPLIES Garage building, cement work ar>d stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction. t020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-66B2    _CT77-tf Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous Kiuilding. Concrete — patios, sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling — Jifn 327-5087, 326-3983. 240OA-lf ton, Fred Dangerfield, Coutts, Norman Dangerfield, Vauxhall; seven daughters, Mrs. W. (Alice) Murdoch, Simm, Montana, Mrs. J. (Dorothy) Rumsay, Coutts, Mrs. J, (Echo) Gracey, Many berries, Mrs. C. (Eva) Jacobson, Sun River, Montana, Mrs. V. (Norma) Calder, Aden, Mrs. E. (Maxine) Ashworth, Culbertson, Montana, Mrs. D. (Shirley) Hambrick, Seattle, Washington;    53 grandchildren, 45 greatgrandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband and one daughter; Theiuneral service will Ire held on Mon* day, January 14, 1874 at 1;00 p.m. in the Grain Community Hall, Rev. L. Frank Lee officiating. Interment will follow in the Aden Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, those who wish may donate to the chad* PUBLIC NOTICES ‘y their choice. MARTIN rUPUIO INV,; I    Directors of Funeral Service. C6563 Clipping hone 328- Joanne's Poodle and Pet . . Service For appointment phone: 3763.    _11S6.tfh Boarding — heated individual indOor-outdoor run, personaliied attention. Southalta Kennels, B.rn*e,r. Phone Kennel Club Weeling Monday. January 14th. 8 p-m. Guesl speaker. Dr Jim Carney, small lecture ttieatre ^ L.CJ.    _ Eifltii we«k old puppiM 6iv«n away by «nd of w##k. Two males, two female*. Medium si».; phonft lifter 5 p.m., S29-4816. Must sell - movihi. St. Bernard -male, on* »war old, Excelleni with Children. Must De »»•n 'oj»« appreciated. »135. (»hiine 752-3W7, Raymond.    6823-12 BOX NUMBER REPLIES 122, 124, 133. 140. Federation names boss FREDERICTON (CP) -Guy Levesque, a native of Edmundston, N.B., has been appointed executive director of the Canadian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities. Fredericton Mayor J. W. Bird, president of the federation, said Mr, Li-veaque will assume his duties March 1. He succeed* Claude Unglois, who resigned last year. /dlberfa SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11:00 a.m, on Friday, January 2Sth, 1S74 for the conBtruction ol the lollowing work: Project; Improvement Districts No. 15 and No. 17 — Swan Hills Area Gravel Stripping, E*cavating, Crushing and Stockpiling (35,000 cubic yardE) Contracts and Specifications may be obialned at the Qfllce of the Chief f^aintenance Engineer. Highways Building. Edmonton, Alberta, the 01-ftce of the District Engineer. 4020 Bowness Road, N.W-. Calgary. Alberta and the Oltice of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbridge, Alberta and will be available only to individuals domiciled, registered and operating in the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business in the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars ($25 00) will be reauired lor each copy ol Contract and Spocitications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10V. ol the Tender, Tenders will be opened in public. The lowrcst or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V. È. UcCune DEPUTY MINISTEFI OF highways and transport J34 INVITATION TO TENDER .TOWN OF VULCAN Sealed Tenders, marked “Tenders for the Construction ol a Library", will be received by the Municipal Administrator up until 2:00 p.m. ti/l.S.T., Friday Jansiary 2Sth. 1974, at the Town Ollice in Vulcan. The contract will consist ol a single storey brick and trame building with basement, located adjacent to the existing fireball and town offices. Bona-lide contractors may obtain plans and specillcations irom the office ot the Consulting Engineers in Calgary, on deposit of $50.00 in the form of a certified cheque made payable lo the Engineers, which amount will be refunded upon ttie return ol the above documents in good order within ten days of the date fixed lor the closing ol tenders, if noi returned within the above period, the deposit will be forteited. Plans and specifications will also be on view at the Lethbridge and Calgary Construction Association offices. Tenders must be accompanied by a written consent ol surety, and a certified cheque or bid bond m the amount ol $9.000.00 made payable to the Town ol Vulcan. The successful bidder will be required to post a SO per cent Performance Sond and a 50 per cent Labour and fWlaterials Payment Bond wrthm ten (10) days of being awarded the contract- The Owner reserves the right to waive inlormaiities in. or reject any or all tenders, or to accept the tender deemed most favorable lor the project. Mr. H. K. Wallace Municipal Admlnislralor Town of Vulcan Vulcan, Alberta D. G. MathiAu Ooniulhng Engineering Ltd. 7335 Flint Road S.£ Calgary. Alberta T2H 1G3 J31 WADDLE — Passetl away in the city on Thursday, January 10,1974, Mrs. Lena Olava (Nellie) Waddle, at the age of 88 years of the Devon Nursing Home, beloved wife of the late Mr. Ed, Waddle of Taber. Born in Mitchell County, Iowa, May 17, 1885, she married Ed Waddle on May 6, 1906 at Towne, North Dakota. She came with her husband and family to Retlaw, where she lived until 1951, at which time she moved to Taber, Recently she has resided in Clearview Senior Citizens Lodge at Taber, Southland Nursing Home and the Devon Nursing Home in Lethbridge. She is survived by three sons, Glen of Vauxhall, Bud, Bassano, Orville, Ladysmith, B.C.; six daughters, Mrs, Ted (Fern) Malmberg, Picture Butte, Mrs. Lloyd (Myrtle) Johnson, Barons, Mrs. Le Roy (■Dorothy) Harden, Thorsby, Alberta, Mrs. William (Mildred) Speer, Taber, Mrs. Alex (Ella) McKellar, Brooks, Mrs. Charles (Effie) Burge, Lethbridge; also 35 grandchildren; 69 greatgrandchildren and three great-great'grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Emma Brodersom. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, January 12, 1974, at 3:00 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North, with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6562 BARTEL — Passed away in Coaldale on Wednesday, January 9th, 1974, Mr. Rudolf Bartel, at the age of 74 years, beloved hustiand of Mrs. Berta Bartel of Coaldale. Bom, raised and educated in Poland, where he farmed until 1945, coming to Lethbridge in 1948, where he worked on farms and construction until his retirement. He moved to Coaldale in 1968, where he has i^sided until his passing. Mr. and Mrs. Bartel celebrated their forty-sixth wedding anniversary in 1972 with all family members in attendance. Besides his loving wife Berta, he is survived by three sons, Ron Bartel of Winnipeg, Richard and Edward of Lethbridge; two daughters, Mrs. W. (Hilda) Engel, Calgary, Mrs. D, (Minna) Wilkins of Clearkbrooke, B.C.; fourteen grandchildren; one sister, Mrs, B. Werner in Germany. He was predeceased by three brothers and one sister. The funeral service wiU be held on Sunday, January 13, 1974 at 2:30 p.m. in Mennonite Brethren Church, Coaldale, with Mr, John J. Dueck officiating. Interment will follow in the Coaldale Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at the church from 1:30 p.m. until prior to the Service Time. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6558 GIBBONEY - In loving memory of our dearest husband and father, William Gib-boney, who passed away, Thursday, January 11. 1973. Heavenly Father up above Please protect the man we love. Keep him safe and keep him sound No matter when or where he’s found Help him to have knotwn, and help him to have seen That we loved him, and hope he loved us. Oh dear Lord, help us to be The kind of people held want ot us. Help us always day by day, To understand each others way. Keep him now and keep him forever; Happy, loving and beside you forever. —Always to be loved and remembered by his wife, Audrey and family; Kitty and Lisa; Pat and Sue; Mike and Marilyn; Linda and Tanya; Doug, and Donna. 691B CARDS OF THANKS WUOTILA - Friends who remember in the hour of sorrow are never forgotten. We want you to know how we appreciate all the cards and telephone calls, those who have called at the home and to the Heart Fund. Thank you. —Mrs. Gladys Wuotila and families IN MEMORIAMS GIBBONEY - In loving memory of a dear father, William Gibboney, %vho passed away January 11. 1973. — Ever loved and remembered by sons, daughters and families. 6917 NETT — In memory of a dear daddy Andrew Nett, passed away January 11,1970. The years go by and we will sometime meet again. We think of you ‘til then. The four years are long. —Sincerely, wife Ann Harrold Nett and family 6892 NETT — In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, Andrew Nett, who passed away January 11. 1970. Gone, dear father, gone forever. How we miss your smiling face. But you left us to remember, None on earth can take your place. A happy home wc once en- ^°?fow sweet the memory still But death has left a loneliness The world can never fill. —Always remembered by— Mony and Bill. Esme and Don, Peegy and Harvey, Doris and Jim and all his grandchildren. 6893 CHUEN — The family of the late Mrs. Bow Sim Chuen of Bow Island wish to express their heartfelt thanks to the many people who visited the family during their recent bereavement, and who sent cards, floral tributes, food and donations to the Heart Fusd and Church Memorial Fund. Special thanks go to her doctors, to the nursing staff of St. Michael’s Hospital who took such wonderful care of our mother and grandmother. Our deep appreciation to the Reverend Ken Morris for his comforting presence at the hospital and for conducting the Family Memorial Service at Lethbridge. Our heartfelt thanks to the Reverend Oliver Hodge for his final tribute to our dear mother and grandmother. A thank you also to the U.C.W. for the tea after the service. We are also grateful to the two Chinese speakers, Mr. Jim Chow of Bow Island, and Mr. Ken Jang of Lethbridge, to the acUve and honorary pallbearers, and special thanks to Dale Martin of Martin Bros. Funeral Directors. Again thank you very much to everyone who assisted in any way. The Chuen Family Mr. and Mrs. John Fong and Family Mr. and Mrs. Lome Fong and Family 6767-l2h PINZQAUER SALE AT THE KILLAM AUCTION MARKET January 15th — 1:00 p.m. 50 Commtrclal cow» with    and Bull câlw» «I tld*: Sirtd by ih# 'PInzgaiMr Bull». R»d Raldtr and Alpina. For Information phOM or wm«: - KII.LAM AUCTION MARKET ÉOX im CAMROti, AtiMT* - PMOME »ra-21H CMMOKMRTIOII-en-ZIH HUM »IICII0ll-a«M7« OTTO *TI»aO-07t«0» DOM 8TKiaB-3t»8M N t    ¡'LrRHCÜ ¡VT    o ;