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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 51 TRAILERS-CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT CONVERTED BUS C A M P E R Phono 327-6309. 3100-tt SOFT TOP TENT TRAILER WITH add-8-room. Not used. HI5 9th Ave. S. SMl-tf NEW EIGHT FT. VANGUARD FIB- reglas camper top, 24 In. Phone 328- 4380. 5166-4 1968 CASCADE FT. TRAILER, self contained. S2100. Phone 328-1262. ClW-tf FOR RENT CAMPER TRAILER. Reasonable rates. Phone 328-2094. 1960 GMC CAMPER BUS. CAN BE 2618 22nd Ave. S. Phone 327- 6987. Will take car or pickup In 1972 24 FT. PROWLER TRAVEL trailer. Used only once. Like new. Many extras. Phone 867-3784, Fore- most. 5201-5 IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE experts Install your Ezy-lift or frame hltcn" SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. 1962 DODGE TON TRUCK'AND 10 ft. camper, 318, four speed, gas, stove and refrigerator. 1967 Ford Falrlane two door hardtop, 390, V-8. Picture Butte, 732-4364. 5352-4 PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; trailer tervicing, storage and repair. Phone 328-4421. C2405-tf BOOK YOUR RENTAL REQUIRE- MENTS OF HOLIDAY TRAILERS AND MOTOR HOMES Ranging from 14 ft Holiday trailer to 21 ft. motor home. Book early to avoid disappoint- ment at Travelcraft Sales and Rentals 1503 3rd Ave S. Phone 327-4064 C9443-tfh FOR SALE 1949 GMC half ton Camper Special Can be seen at Harker's Main Service Center (Boat Sales) 2nd Avenue and 9th Street South. Written Offers Only To: LILLY SHERLOCK ADJUSTERS (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. 304 9th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta C409-10 UN'ITED MOTORS 'TRAILER CITY" Corner of 3rd and 3rd South "YOUR VACATION VEHICLE RENTAL HEADQUARTERS" BOOK NOW To Avoid Disappointment We have every possible requirement in recreational vehicles for SUMMER VACATION FUNI Trailers Campers etc. Scamper and others JUST CALL PETER NICKEL OUR TRAILER RENTAL MANAGER AT 327-1418 CS917-M 52 MOBILE HOMES 10X50 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME two bedrooms, furnished, wall to wall throughout, new porch, skirted. A-1 condition. Situated st Skyline. Phone 328-0024, before 5 p.m. for ap- pointment. 5121-3 LOOK Before you buy at our wide selection of single and double wide: also sectional homes. Special prices every day all year. We service what we sen. LOOK MOBILE HOMES 205 12th St. A South Lethbridge.........328-8422 AFTER HOURS 328-7462 OR 328-7384. BRIDGE VILLA SALES 921 2nd Ave. A. N. Lethbridge Phone 328-2252 PRICED TO CLEAR ATCO show home 22 x 48 ft. double wide. Three bedrooms, deluxe furni- ture, TA baths. On Display At "BRIDGE VILLA ESTATES" 2300 13 St. N. Lethbridge, Alta. Southern Alberta's newest modern "Mobile Home Park" C311-4 JOE'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. JOE TARNAVA Summer Sale Now On THE HOME OF KNIGHT SCHMIDT DOUBLE WIDE AND SINGLE UNiTS, GENDALL IN ALL SIZES OF SING- LES, MODUL1NE IN SINGLE AND DOUBLE WIDES. REMEMBER. YOU ALWAYS DO BET- TER AT JOE'S WHERE OLD EX- PERIENCE PAYS OFF FOR YOU. ON HIGHWAY THREE GOING EAST TO TABER. Phone 328-0181 or 328-0166; ofter hours, 327-4006 or 327- 2416. Open Daily 8 a.m. 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. 6 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. 5 p.m. cwzs-ff Tuesday, July 3, 1973 52 MOBILE HOMES 12XM BRENTWOOD PARKED AT Hardlevllle school. Phone 328-8440 or 327-5683, after 6 p.m. 5241-5 12X50 FT. MOBILE HOME (1971) TO- gether with furniture, drapes, porch and skirting. Please phone 2M-3WO, Fort Macleod anytime. 5167-9 PORCHES PREFABED WITH OR without wheels, metal covered, elec- trical, finished interior, etc. Any size, Mod-U-Fab Shelter Systems, Fort Macleod 234-3706. 3747-7Jy 65 HELP WANTED FULL TIME HELP WANTED For warehouse duty. Phone for appoint- ment, 328.1806. C373-tf WANTED APPRENTICE WELDER with some shop experience. Phone 327-7722. C348.6 MEN'S CLOTHING STORE HAS PER- MANENT POSITION FOR RELIABLE SALES PERSON. MINIMUM AGE 21. EXPERIENCE DESIRABLE. WRITE BOX 30, HERALD. C411-tf MAKE SURE You see us FIRST when buying your new home. Right now a Great selection of 14 and double wides. All selling at the old prices. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Come home to UNITED MOBILE HOME and Development Co. (Dlv: United Motors Co. Ltd.> Corner 3rd Ave. and Scenic Drive. (Across from A and W) Phone: 327-1780 or 327-0822 Sunday 1-5 53 AGRICULTURAL WANTED GROWERS: A NEW FIRM RE- qutres chipping potatoes for the 1973 season. Contact Southern Alberta Snack Foods, 223-2664, Taber. 54 AUTOS WANTED CASH PAID For used cars and trucks or will ac- cept consignment. TOWN 4 COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 328-3654 C3998-M 56 LIVESTOCK WANTED DEAD STOCK OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phone 328-1336, Lethbridge. C8075-tt MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbridge. C206-tf HORSES WAITED ALL TYPES AND SIZES. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewrv Phone 328-2911. C3559-tf WANTED-ALL TYPES OF HORSES, bred heifers and cows. Free pickup. Phone 328-0915, after 6 p.m. 7154-tf 59 MACHINERY WANTED WANTED GOOD USED BALER. 327-9675. 5332-30 60 MISC. ARTICLES WANTEt OFFERED FOR FOUR TRACK stereo reel-to-reel tape-recorder in aood condition. Phone 327-6342, after 3pm. 5242-30 SCRAP CAST IRON COPPER Brass Radiators Batteries. VAR- ZARI IRON LTD. SCRAP YARD. 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-9342. C5568-W WOODEN KITCHEN TABLE AND four matching chairs In fair condi. tion or four wooden chairs. Phone 328- 2987. 5380-30 HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels and -rsst Batteries, red latex s. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6261 C9985-tf SCRAP IRON paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 33rd St. N. cws-tf All manner of saleable goods for regular Tuesday evening sales. THE AUCTION BLOCK PHONE 327-1222 Pickup Service Available C 230-30 61 TRUCKS, TRAILERS, CAMPERS WANTED WANTED USED VAN. MUST BE IN GOOD CONDITION. PHONE 328- 2604 X3270-9 WANTED TO BUY HARDTOP tent trailer. Phone 327-4145 5406-30 62 FARM EMPLOYMENT WANTED WANTED RESPONSIBLE POSI- tion on dryland grain farm. Exper- ienced farmer and mechanic. Require good house for large family Phone Ray, 327-0967. 5283-5 63 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL BABYSIT. PHONE 328-4879. 53334 LADY WITH ONE CHILD WISHES to babysit in own home or yours. Phone 328-6159. 5169-30 LEGAL SECRETARY WITH FIVE years experience requires part time employment. Phone 328.4944. 5421-4 64 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED BOY WANTS TO CUT LAWNS. Phone 329-3010. 5243-30 SEVENTEEN YEAR BOY SEEKS full-time employment. Phone 328-5288 S381-7 ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TECH- NOLOGY STUDENT REQUIRES FULL TIME SUMMER EMPLOYMENT. HAS DRIVER'S LICENCE. HARD STEADY WORKER. DEPENDABLE. PHONE BRIAN, 327-7732. X3ZM-3 65 HELP WANTED WANTED RETIRED PERSON WITH touiHJtf ouftO for psrt-tinw employment. Phone 327-S990, 5 P.m C3384T FEEDMILL WORKER TO RECEIVE grain and operate grain rollers and hammermlll Steady employment for right person. United Feeds Ltd., 3515 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-1731. C374-7 WANTED TRUCKER TO DO CUS- torn feed hauling for Cardston Agri- cultural Products Phone 653-4032 or T. L. Smith 653.4281. C395-tf WANTED ONE SENIOR GUARD to start immediately for the Coal- dale Pool. Bronze medallion and water safety Instruction required. Minimum age 18. Phone 345-4411 or Box 970, Coal, dale or apply In person. C358-3 DESK CLERK NEEDED FOR NEW motel. Must be mature, well groom- ed, have a good personality and en- joy working with people. Apply Mayor Magrath Dr. and 7th Avenue. Phone 329-0100. C353-3 AVON ASKS: How much is your time worth? Many AVON REPRESENTA- TIVES earn an estimated a week or more, during hours they choose themselves. Phone 328-7424 or write Mrs. M. Scott, 2514 23rd Ave. S. C324-S PERSON TO ACT AS BOOKING agent for bus charter to Nevada and California. Must work from home, must be bondable. 1-2SW956, Calgary. 5123-3 ROD BUSTER CAPABLE OF OPER- atlng benders and associated equip- ment in rebar yard. Wages commensu- rate with ability. Varzari Iron Ltd., 2808 2nd Ave. N. TRUDY SSAota. WetM itfto muni "There's just gotta be something more to life than 65 HELP WANTED CALGARY ASSOCIATION FOR THE Mentally Retarded requires immed- iately house parents and relief house parents for residences serving mental- ly retarded citizens. Room and board provided, salary negotiable. Reply Mrs. W. A. Smith 4820 Richard Rd. S.W., Calgary. Phone 242-2167. 5203-4 ICE MAKER FOR PRIVATE CURL- Ino club experienced only. Send 1 written application with references to St George's Golf and Country Club, IMS Islington Avenue, Islington, On- tario. 5308-3 THIRD CLASS STEAM ENGINEER for local industry. Union wages ex- cellent benefit coverage. Apply Em- press Foods Ltd ,131-22 St. N., Leth. bridge. Phone 328-5501. 5309-3 EXPERIENCED Alternator, gen- erator, regulator and starter repair electrician with some air cooled engine repair knowledge to work in well known established business. State experience and wages expected to Box 592, Leth- bridge. C9860-tf MERCHANDISING TRAINEE FOR LARGE NATIONAL DRUG CHAIN Duties to include ordering, promoting and displaying health and beauty aides. Apply Mr. R. Shaw, Tamblyn Drugs, College Mall or phone 328-3111. 5124-tf FRAMING CONTRACTOR WANTED We would like to sub-contract fram- ing on a number of our houses and are interested in receiving offers on this work. Please write Box 4, Leth- bridge Herald for further information. ClO-tf EXPERIENCED PARTSMAN RE- QUIRED BY G.M. DEALER IN CALGARY. TOP WAGES, ALL FRINGE BENEFITS, EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS. Parts Manager Stampede Porrtiac Buick Ltd. 1449 17th Ave. S.W., Calgary 5422-4 WANTED Feedmill Operator To also assist In cattle feeding at a head feed lot Cowboy for cattle duty at the same feedlot Apply to: The Manager DRI-LAND FEEDERS LTD. P.O. Box 273 Warner, Alberta Phone 642-3732 C355-3 COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA Applications will be received by the undersigned for the following con- struction workers until requirements are filled: 1. General Laborer to assist Backhoe Operator. 2. Operator for road packer with Tractor or Crawler. 3. operator for Rock Picker with Tractor. Duties to commence as soon as pos- sible after acceptance with temporary appointment only until July 6th. Wages for position to be as per C.U.P.E. agreement. Clause 14 as follows: 1. General Laborer 55 hours per week. S2.08 per hour until June 30th and S2.23 per hour Starting July 1st. 7. Road Packer Operator 55 hours uer week, S2.49 per hour until June 30th and S2.46 per hour starling July 1st. 3. Rock Picker Operator SS hours oer per hour until June 30th and per hour starting July 1st. For further information contact Frank Heck. Municipal Supervisor at 867-3SO4 or (67-3602 Foremost. C349-3h Soy Administrator No Realtor can guarantee you success in Real Estate but we can giva you honest answers to your questions BLOCK BROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. For personal interview call Frank Tinordl at 3M-1044 (days) or 327-3478 C3414-H BUILDING MATERIALS PERSONNEL LUMBER SALES The Calgary Co-operative is presently considering applications for a counter sales person In our home improvement and farm supplies outlet. Duties will consist primarily of lumber cost esti- mating, and sales. Experience should show evidence of exposure to build- ing materials sales. This position of. fers an attractive salary, comprehen- sive benefit program with good oppor- tunities for advancement. Please direct all Inquiries to: Personnel Officer Calgary Co-operative Association Ltd. 8818 Macleod Trail 5 Calgary, Alberta T2H OMS C410-? 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL STENOGRAPHER FOR CANNING plant. Write Empress Foods Ltd., Box 2050, Taber, Alta. Phone 223-3566. 5089-3 POSITION AVAILABLE FOR LEGAL secretary with Pittman shorthand. Ex- cellent working' condition. Reply Box 6, Herald. Personal interview to be arranged. C33-tf SECRETARY To handle executive correspondence, accounts payable, etc. Experience with dictaphone, Gestetner, and electric typewriter essential. Apply in person, Ellison's Head Office, Lethbridge. C1S4-4 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL Help Wanted Summer re- lief orderly required July 14 through August 12 for 43- bed acute hospital. Contact Mrs. Whelan, Fernie Memor- ial Hospital. Phone (604) 423- 4453. 5383.4 TWO CERTIFIED NURSING AIDES REQUIRED FOR 35 BED ACTIVE TREATMENT HOSPITAL 200 MILES NORTHWEST OF EDMONTON. SA- LARY SCHEDULE AS RECOMMEND- ED BY A.C.N.A.A. CONTRACT. APPLY IN WRITING TO DIRECTOR OF NURSING., VALLEYVIEW GENER- AL HOSPITAL, BOX 358 VALLEY. VIEW, ALBERTA. C379-9 Registered Nurse required August 1. Apply Director of Nursing, Macleod Municipal Hospital, Fort Macleod, Al- berta. C350.3 Two Registered Nurses Required for general duty for 35 bed active-treatment hospital, 200 miles northwest of Edmonton. Salary sched- ule as recommended by A.A.R.N. con- tract. Apply in writing to Director of Nurslna, Valleyvlew General Hospi- tal, Box 358, Valleyview, Aita. C378-9 "Registered Radiology Technician" or "Combined Technician" Required for 30 bed active treatment hospital. Residence accommodation available. Salary negotiable. Apply: B. J. Ormston, Administrator, Val- leyview General Hospital, Box 358, Valleyvlew, Alberta. C377-9 71 TEACHERS WANTED THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Invites applications for BUSINESS OFFICE CLERK Duties involve performing clerical tasks of limited complexity, under gen- eral supervision. independent judgement and Initiative are encouraged once experience has been gained within the scope of the job. Qualifications Bookkeeping know- ledge and ryping experience required. Cashiering experience desirable but not essential. Ability to meet the pub- lic. Application deadline July f, 1973. Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. contact Personnel Office The University of Lethbridge 4401 University Drive Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 3M4 PHONE 329-2276 C41J-S 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL PART TIME BAR WAITER-WAIT- ress. Apply in person, Ed Phillips. Alexandra Hotel. C9938-tf 68 DOMESTIC PERSON TO COME IN TO CARE FOR two children, five and two. Fully mo- dem north side home. Please 328-547S. 5285-tf 69 FARM WANTED THREE COMBINE OP- erttors arsj three truck drivers for custom combining operations to begin mid-July- Please contact Eohraim May. Etzikom or phone im- mediately. 5241-5 SOX NUMBERS 5, 13. 14 23, 125, 150. MONTflaB OF SCffiNCt A.POU.O 17 J THERE PUBLICIZED 84JT EVEN MORE MISSION UNDER. WXy: WE. TO JUPITER TOWARD THE GIANT Port 1 TEACHING VACANCY The Board of the Taber R.C.S.S. Dis- trict No. 54 will be accepting applica- tions for the position of Language teacher at the junior, senior high level. This position is required for the 1973-74 school term. Applica- tions deadline set for 4 p.m. July 1973. Apply to the undersigned. GARTH SMITH SECRETARY TREASURER TABER R.C.S.S. DISTRICT NO. 54 P.O. BOX 279 Taber, Alberta TDK 2GO C3S1-3 INTERESTED IN SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION Elementary Assistant Principal REQUIRED SANGUDO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 10 TEACHER STAFF, GRADES ONE TO SIX WHITECOURT CENTRAL SCHOOL TWENTY ONE TEACHER STAFF, GRADES ONE TO SIX. Preference will be given to applicants who have had 1) teaching experience In elemen- tary grade. 2) Elementary University education 3) Courses In school administration. Please submit applications, including phone number by July 9, 1973 to: The Selection Committee Superintendent of Schools County of Lac Ste. Anne No. 28 Sangudo, Alberta 5444-5 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2335. Baby Centre 328-2509. CUSS-tf 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT WANTED BASS PLAYER ABLE to Slnp. Five weeks, Banff. S700 per week. Phone 325-4470 Mojo. 5246-5 EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. VICE-DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 32a-2H7. 7t LOST AND FOUND TWO HORSES LOST. ONE PINTO, one -white; Brenfturn Phone 328- 9S19. LADY'S 8ULOVA WATCH LOST ON Ave. and STh St. or of Don CalOer-s Furniture Store Phone 328- 133E or 328-2501. Reward. 3506-tf BECAUSE THIS WHICH IN WILL WOT REACH UUCTTER UMTIL rt LACKS THE ORA.MA. OP MOON SHOTS. PROBES TO VENUS. K SCIENTISTS BELIEVE THAT IT TELL US, MORE AaOUT THE HISTORY AND FORMATION OP OUR. SVSTEM AcNV VET UNDERTAKEN. FOUND ONE JOHN DEESE HY- draulic cylinder. No F1425, near WrenTham School On June IB. Owner may have it by peylno for this ad. Stfrwelgrrt, Wrentham. phone 222-3754. 79 PERSONAL UNDERGROUND WATER SPR1NK- 1ers for your home st a 'ow cost. For tree estimate phone 32I.170J 4707-7! Jy AlCOHOUCS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 3274MV or 37M5M, ____ after 7.30 p.rn. PIEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers read fhf'r ad- tmt REPORT ERRORS hi Thru for flw fifjft Tht Herald U enTy rwpomlbH for Tint 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 32MW2. C3751-tf FRED'S EAVESTROUGHING AND painting. Interior and exterior decor- atlt.g. Fi atlt.g. Free estimates. 328-1251. 2559-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. Ci924-tf AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRIC lawn mower rebuilding service. Sarc Repair Ltd., 1011 3rd Ave. S. 327-2456. 2093-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliance, lawn mowers. Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. 327-4456. C7353-tf 84 GARDENING MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- Ing. Call 328-2094. 7030-tt MATURED ASPARAGUS PLANTS. Will produce next year. per doz. Apply 2022 35th St. S. Leth. 4709-18Jy ROTOTILLING, LANDSCAPING AND new lawns seeded. Phone 327-2595. 3iOO-tf DRIED GROUND MANURE, IN PLAS- tic bags each. Free delivery. Phone Coalhurst Greenhouse. 327-9530. 1585-tf For Good Selection Bedding-Out Plants Apply Dan's Greenhouse Mile East of Stockyards 3806-tf Chief Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone 328-0924 C900J-M Still Available! EVERGREENS SHADE TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA. 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FARM FRESH YOUNG FRYERS AND roasters. Pan ready 50 cents per Ib. Free delivery. Custom killing. H. Dyck. Coaldale, 345-3224. C9684-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES FEMALE KITTEN TO GIVE AWAY. Phone 328.0914, after 5 p.m. 5447-4 SEALPOINT KITTENS FOR SALE. each. Phone 328-7628. 5337-3 ONE KITTEN TO GIVE AWAY. BOX TRAINED. 327-9268. 5334-3 GERMAN SHEPHERD AND BOR- der Collie pups Males S4, females S2. Phone 327-9272. 5384-3 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES FOR sale. CKC registration available. Phone 647-3680, Milk River. 5335.6 ELEVEN MONTH OLD PAPERED female German Shepherd. Excellent watch dog. Loves children. 329-3600. 5174-tf THREE PUREBRED MINIATURE Poodle puppies. each. For appoint- ment phone 323-4922. 4833-tf REGISTERED TOY POODLES FOR sale. One female puppy and one two year old female, excellent quality. Phone Brooks, 362-4009 or 328-374Z. 4882-3h REGISTERED I1 EAR OLD MALE Black Lab. Two registered male black Poodle pups. Phone 223-3870, Taber. 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP for rent. Phone or Cardston. 4148-tf FOR SALE BEAUTY SALON IN Blalrmore, Alberta. Excellent busi- ness. Phone 562-2744 days; 562-2507 evenings. 2976-tf START YOUR OWN PART TIME IN- come. Three cigarette and one panty- hose vending machines. Phone 328-5105, after 6 p.m. 5448-9 SMALL JANITOR BUSINESS GROS- sing per year. Only janitor ser. vice in the area. Phone 425-7252 or write Box 716, Sparwood, B.C. 4264-12Jy ATTENTION CLUBS, LADIES AUXI- liaries, youth groups, etc. a flea market opening in Lethbridge soon. For de- tails how you can help your treasury, just call 327-1222. C359-7 Business building for sale or lease, centre of Main Street, Fernie.'Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Femie, B.C ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING BUSI- ness and appliance store. Well estab- lished electrical store and contracting business in thriving southern Alberta town. Brand line appliances. Large servicing area. Owner wishes to sell for health reasons. Write Box 27, Her- ald. Grocery Store In Fernie, B.C. Owner's retirement puts this extreme- ly successful business on the market for cost ef inventory and receivables. Constantly rising sales now in excess of Selling price S65.000. CONTACT JACK JOHN CALDWELL AGENCIES LTD. 101 VTH AVE. S. CRANBROOK, B.C. PHONE 426-522} OR 424-774J 5315-4 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGES AH types of mortgage financing: In small old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South, 328-3251. C776Mf MORTGAGE MONEY Formers-Merchants Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 SCHWARTZ Agencies (1973) Limited College Mall. Phone 371-3371 The widest facility available. We con- sider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. 90 CONTRACTS WILL PAINT FENCES, GARAGE other buildings. Phone 327-9116. ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK. Good wcfrtcmansMp wifi prompt ser- vice. Reasonable. Phone Mite Har- bui, 3J7-3316 4WS-7IJy FRED STE1NER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing, in- cvnM, free estlmntti. Phone JB749M. Hees outlines job program KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) Former Conservative trade minister George Hees outlined today a five-point incentives program he said the govern' merit should adopt to stimulate new jobs. Speaking at the National De- fence College, Mr. Hees said the government should offer more incentives to lower labor costs, increase productivity, ex- pand research and develop- ment, increase export trade and provide for more domestic proc- essing of primary products. He said budget measures in- troduced by Finance Minister John Turner retracing corporate income taxes would not neces- sarily create more jobs because the recipients of the tax cut can spend the saving as they wish. Mr. Hees said business has been going to other countries that can produce goods more cheaply because of low labor costs. He urged the government to offer an employment incentive to all business to be paid in pro- portion to the number of jobs created. "This will enable Canadian businessmen to calculate in ad- vance how much their labor costs would be reduced on addi- tional business which the em- ployment incentive would make it possible for them to go after." FAST WRITE-OFF He suggested that all capital expenditures on new machinery and production systems should be written off in two years. Plants should be given a year- end cash bonus for increased productivity during the year. To develop export markets, producers should be allowed to write off 150 per cent of ex- penses connected with sales trips abroad, displaying prod- ucts at foreign trade fairs and any other expenses incurred in export sales promotion. "We must produce an in- centive which will be suf- ficiently attractive to persuade those who normally export our raw materials that it will be profitable for them to build the plants which will be necessary to carry out this additional processing in Canada." 90 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- S745. FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. Concretes-patios, sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 328-3983. 24WA-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEAAENT WORK and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf PAINTING Interior or exterior. City or farm. Guaranty 3 worx. For fret estimate call 32M363. Hat-Bridge Painting Ser- vice. PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER RE: EMERGENCY LIGHTING AND EXIT FIXTURES Sealed tenders, clearly marked as to contents, addressed to Lethbridge School District No. 51, 433 15th Street South, Lethbridge, will be received for: a. Emergency lighting fixtures b. Exit lighting fixtures until p.m., Thursday, July 12th, 1973. Specifications may be obtained from Mr. D. B. Attwell, Facility Planner, Lethbridge School District No. 51, 433 15th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. M. V. Crumley Secretary Treasurer Lethbridge School District No. 51 Lethbridge, Alberta J105 CANADA 1 DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION WESTERN REGION TENDER TENDERS FOR STORM SEWER AND DRAINAGE DITCH CONSTRUCTION Sealed lenders will be received by the undersloned until p.m., local Reqina time, on Thursday. July 19, 1973, for and Improve- ments to Water, Sewer and Storm Drainage Systems, Brandon, Mani- toba. Contract 12 Storm Sewer and Drainage Ditch Construction. In gen- eral, the consists of: {a) The supply of all materials for and the installation of auproxi- matriy I860 fett of 4Uneh and 54-lncti storm sewer complete with special inlets, outlets, appurtenant structures amd Associated worlc, Cb) The construction of approxi- mately 2MO feet of open drainage dftoh. The of the work Is located in flw City of Brandon, Manitoba. Plans and specifications mar be viewed in the Winnipeg, Brandon, Sas. fcatoon and Reglni offices of the local SuTkJers' Exchange or Construction Association. Instructions and fhji for bddinp. may top obtain- ed from the underpinned it office In Reglna, Saskatchewan upon the deptsfl of twenty five dollars cash or a certified eheow for the amount, payable to The Receiver Gen- eral ot Canada, which deratit will be redeemable upon the return of The plaTO and specifications In 9095 order within one month after tenders have closed. net be consider- ed unless made on The forms supplied, ana in accordance -with Instructions supplied with The soeclflcttiotis. Ten- ders must be accompanied by vflty in the amount and 'orm Weo In The InttrvcTiom. The lowKt or wry tender oot wc- essartty accepted. Sy Order, W B. Thomson Chief Enolneer, 4tn Mothvrweii Building Saskatchewan To attract new industries to slow-growth areas, he suggested a tax incentive under which pri- mary processing plants pay no federal taxe-i during their first year of operation in such areas with a gradual increase to full taxation by the 15th year. Notes of Mr. Hees's speech were released in advance. Medicated vaporizer withdrawn WASHINGTON (AP) United States government and the maker of Pertussin medi- cated vaporizer announced Monday they are pulling the product off the market while of- ficials study the death of an Ohio child. The Food and Drug Adminis- tration (FDA) said it also is studying the formulation of 22 other aerosol products for pos- sible hazards. The FDA recommended'that anyone with one of the 30 mil- lion cans of Pertussin medi- cated vaporizer spray sold since 1959 return it or destroy it. Pertussin medicated vapor- izer is marketed by Cheseborough-Ponds Inc. and labelled for temporary relief of nasal congestion. The label directions recom- mend filling a room with the spray and spraying it heavily on pillows and sheets. The FDA said 18 deaths have been linked to the Pertussin medicated spray. Seventeen were due to what the FDA called misuse, but a five-year- old Cleveland girl was found dead in her bed April 18 after her room had been sprayed. The girl's death "occurred under conditions of use that FDA does not at this time con- sider to be abuse or gross mis- the agency announcement said. SAYS PRODUCT SAFE "Even though the company believes the product is com- pletely safe when used as di- rected, we will comply imme- diately and fully with the FDA request to recall the said a spokesman for Cheseborough-Ponds. The company and the FDA emphasized that the recall in no way affects any other Pertussin product. An FDA spokesman said the suspect ingredient in Pertussin vaporizer is trichloroethane, which is used as a solvent for the active ingredients and .to duce the pressure of the propel- lant gases in the can. Trichlorpei'iane is an anes- thetic, which has been shown to induce heart irregularities. Since Pertussin vaporizer and the other products under review by the FDA are non-pre- scription drugs, the agency does not know now which might con- tain trichloroetbane or in what quantities the ingredient might be present, a spokesman said. In addition to cough and cold remedies, an FDA spokesman said, the review also includes breath fresheners and any other product sold in aerosol form the mouth or lungs. War Amps offer new key tags TORONTO (CP) The War Amps of Canada announced Wednesday it plans to introduce new confidentially-coded crest tags to hold keys in 1974 instead of the usual miniature licence plats tags. Jim Parsons, managing direc- tor of the charitable, non-profit organization, said the group de- cided on the change because of a switch to five-year car licence plates in Ontario. The organization has supplied generations of Canadian motor- ists with miniature licence plates bearing tbe number of their actual licence plates. The new key tags wffl Bear tbe provincial coats of mas along with a personal coded number, the year and Ins3rac- tjons to tbe finder bow to de- posit them in any mail box. "If you lose your keys in a parking lot or a shopping plaza the finder cannot identify your car or your address since this information win in oar file only and not available to anyone else." Be said that plans have been made to produce 10 million of the new key tags, to be mid at the price of for two. He said that tbe organization last year returned more than seta of last to own- ers ;