Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
IS THf LETHMIDCE HERALD 51 TRAILERS-CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT Tutiday, July 10, 1979 54 AUTOS WANTED CONVERTED BUS CAMPER Phone 327-6309. 3100-tf FOR RENT CAMPER TRAILER. Reasonable retes. Phone 328-2094. 19% FOOT FULLY CONTAINED Like new. Extras. Apply 1337 Scenic Drive.___________________5712-11 FOR RENT 14 FT. HOLIDAY trailer and set of cribbing forms. Phone 328-4707. 5483-tf FOR SALE AIR.CONDITIONED tandem Prowler. Phone 328-2697. 5795-16 I960 GMC CAMPER BUS. CAN BE seen at 2618 22nd Ave. S. Phone 327- A987. Will take car or pickup in trade. 5200-16 PLYWOOD CAMPER WITH JACKS Eight ft. long, seven ft. wide, six ft. high. Phone 327-8201. 5697-tf CAMPER FOR HALF TON WATER pump, propane hot plate, cupboards and table. Will rent. Sell for S500. 345- 3197. 5796-12 IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE experts install your Ezy-litt or frame hitch. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. CSlil-tf 1970 SCAMPER HOLIDAY TRAILER Self-contained. Used very Mtle Like new. Ask for David, 897-2128 Cham- pion. S649-10h UTILITY TRAILER, 4X 5 X 4 FT., with overload springs 595. Also like new tire, Phone 326-7370. 5792-12 EIGHT FT. CAMPER ALL propane stove, refrigerator, light. 12 and 110 volt. Sink. Seen at 1810 I3tn St., Coaldale. 5793.16 19W HOLIDAY TRAILER WITH HITCH Sleeps six. Three burner stove, pro- pane refrigerator. All very good con- dition. Phone 223-4250, Taber. 5794-12 FOLD DOWN TRAILER PLY- wood constructed, sleeps six. Very good condition. Can be seen at Mac- leod Shell Service or phone 234-3472, Ft. Macleod. 5484-10 FOR SALE 1969 GMC half ton Camper Special Can be seen at Harker's .Main Service Center (Boat Sales) 2nd Avenue and Jth Street South written Offers Only To: LILLY SHERLOCK ADJUSTERS (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. 304 9th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta 52 MOBILE HOMES YEAR OLD 14 x 68 MOBILE home Three Bedrooms, partly fur- nished, refrigerator and stove. El Dor- ado Sales, 327-1233. C4S4-11 12 X 50 PYRAMID WINDSOR two bedrooms, furnished. Save over new price. Phone 327-9340. If no answer 327.9352. 5537-10 12X64 HOMESTEAD. LIVED IN ONE year. Fully furnished. Front family roam. Two bedrooms. Glass doors. Sun deck and poch. Skirted. On rented lot. Phone 234-3831, Fort Macleod. 5760-16 SPACIOUS 14 X 68 THREE BED. room mobile home. Wall to wall. 8 x16 addition. Serviced on lot. Mov- ing priced to sell. Phone 328-9727. 5797-16 LOOK Before you buy at our wide selection of single and double wides also sectional homes. Special prices every day all year. We service what we sell. LOOK MOBILE HOMES 205 12th St. A South Lethbridge.........328-8422 AFTER HOURS 328-7462 OR 328-7384. C336-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. (Div: United Motors Co. Ltd.) earner 3rd Ave. and Scenic Drive. (Across from A and W) Phone: 327-1780 or 327-OS22 Sunday 1-5 C9819-tf 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, MODULINE 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; after hours, 327-4006 or 327- 2416. Open Daily 8 c.m. 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. 6 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. 5 p.m. C9824-W CASH PAID For used cars and trucks or will ac- cept consignment. TOWN 4 COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 328-3654 56 LIVESTOCK WANTED WANTED GENTLE, WELL BROKE ridinq horse for lady. days, 328-tW 5798-12 65 HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED CARPENTER RE- quired for general construction. Phone 328-4707. 5658-12 FULL TIME HELP WANTED For warehouse duty. Phone for appoint- ment, 328.8608. C373-tf DEAD STOCK OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Plione 328-1336, Lethbridge. C807S-n HORSES WANTED ALL .TYPES AND SIZES. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry Phone 328-2911. C3659-tt MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbridge. C206-tf 59 MACHINERY WANTED WANTED _ STRAW CHOPPER TO fit 410 Massey combine. Phone 345- 3153.___________________________5699-12 60 MISC. ARTICLES WANTEt WANTED 1960 or later Volkswagen. Must be in good shape. Write Box 47. Herald. 5638-13 WANTED ONE DRAWER CASH register, tape and total. Phone 329- 4022 5761.12 SCRAP CAST IRON COPPER Brass Radiators Batteries. VAR- ZARI IRON LTD. SCRAP YARD. 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-9342. HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels and east Batteries, radiato. s. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6261 C9985-tf SCRAP IRON paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 33rd St. N. C646-H 63 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL BABYSIT IN MY SOUTH SIDE home. Phone 328-0205. 5762-16 WILL BABYSIT. PHONE 328-4879. 5333-13 WILL BABYSIT, MY HOME, 24 hours. Also day care. Taber, 223-2327. 5671-11 64 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED BASEMENT AND GARAGES CLEAN- ed hauling. Evenings and Sa- turdays. Phone 328-3662, anytime. 5799.12 65 HELP WANTED JANITOR FOR DEPARTMENT store, 40 hour week. Must be bond- able. Write Box 43, Herald. CS06-10 SUPERVISOR REQUIRED FOR housekeeping department. Apply in person to Mr. Hober, El Rancho Motor Hotel. C418-10 TRUCK DRIVER FOR LOCAL PICK- up. Some knowledge of loading and also to work in yard. NATIONAL SALVAGE LTD. O428-tf PARENTS CAN WIDEN THE FAM- ily budget with a second income, pleasant, profitable work. Write Box 51, Herald. 5687.13 WANTED FULLY QUALIFIED meat cutter. Write Box 46, Herald, stat- ing age, marital status, qualifications and salary expected 5702.19 HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC FORE- man wanted with experience in heavy farm equipment. Phone 328-3883 for interview appointment. C4W-12 WANTED FULLY QUALIFIED butcher for slaughter house in large southern Alberta town. Write Box 46, Herald, stating age, marital sta- tus, qualifications and salary expect- ed. 5701.19 PERMANENT WAREHOUSE FORE- man required in a retail lumber store- Responsible for customer service, delivery and receiving control. Some experience necessary. Beaver Lum- ber, 1707 3rd Ave. S. C442-11 ELECTRONIC SALES PERSON; EXPERIENCE P R E FE R RED OR WILL TRAIN. APPLY MANAGER, ANGLO STEREO AND PHOTO, 419 5TH STREET S., LETHBRIDGE. C505.10 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. Cl5l-tf MERCHANDISING TRAINEE FOR LARGE NATIONAL DRUG CHAIN Duties to include ordering, promoting and displaying health and beauty aides. Apply Mr. R. Shaw, TamMyn Drugs, College Mall or phone 328-3111. 5124-tf 53 AGRICULTURAL WANTED WANTED 60 tons d qood quality alfaHa hay- Phone 427-2477. or write Box in. Plncher Creek. 5SSO-M WANTED Good quality hay. Need W 100 Phone W write Larsen, Waronsr. SC. 5637-13 GROWERS. NEW F1SVI RE- capping potatoes the stuon. Contact Southern Alberta Foodi, 2Z3-26M, Taber. No Realtor can ouarantec you success in Real Estate but we can oive you honest answers to your questions at BLOCK BROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. For personal interview call Tinordi at 3281M4 (days) or 327-3471 C3414-H GENERAL MANAGER WANTED Capable of taking care of operations of ready mix concrete and sand and gravel business Must have knowledge or construc- tion work, ready mix concrete and accounting. -Ability to manage vnen and with by 'ettw stating address and phone num- ber Addreis aupltcatfoni to: Otto Sox 189, Oareshotin. Mart; All ,n strictest swe-io LICENSED MECHANIC FOR LOCAL SERVICE STATION. WRITE BOX 52, HERALD._____________________C539.ll FLOOR INSTALLER-S RE quired, fjll and part-time help. Also apprentice help required. Will consider someone for on-the-job training. Write Box 53, Herad. C536-16 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 ROUTE SALES PERSON to sail wholesale itaning salary plus commission. Immediate ex- pected commission per month. Only experienced tire sales person need apply. Apply Brian Roelofs, Gen, era! Manager, North Lethbridge Mo- Tires Ltd 305 13th St. N. C434A-tf SUPERINTENDENT Wanted Job superintendent wanted by house building construction company to take charge of men, sub-contractors and ordering. Please apply in writing to Box 41, Lethbridge Herad, stating qualifications, experience and salary expected. C476-17 .HELPER IN HOSPIAAL LAUNDRY. ALSO COMBINED LAB AND x-RAY TECHNICIAN. .ADMINISTRATOR RAYMOND MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL RAYMOND, ALTA. PHONE 752-3007 5804-16 TRUDY if he were your husband I'd 0-week cruise to Trinidad." put it this way if he were your advise him to take a two-week cruise to Tri 68 DOMESTIC EXPERIENCED DISHWASHER RE- quired. Apply in person after p.m. at Shanghai Chop Suey. C479.12 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES REAL ESTATE PERSON Full time sales consultant, male or female, to sell for a national com- pany with better than average bene- fits. Must be bondable, neat, honest, own your own car. For appointment JACK C. H. HIGGINS ROYAL TRUST CO. 323 7th St. S. C470-12 7 Eleven Food Stores Offers unlimited opportunity for those who are interested in retail food indus- try on a full or part-time basis. If you like people, can meet company re- quirements and want an exciting car- eer, then we would like to talk to you. We offer outstanding company bene- fits, including profit sharing, paid vacations, free medical and insurance. FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE 328-9940 BETWEEN 8 A.M. TO NOON AND 1 P.M. TO 4 P M. C544-11 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL HEAD DESK CLERK REQUIRED; experience essential, good pay, pleas- ant working condition, day shift, week- ends off, 40 hour week, apply Mr. Hober, El Rancho Motor Hotel. C508.13 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY RE- liable secretary receptionist in Pin- cher creek. Must have general of- fice training and pleasant telephone vojce. Most suitable for the career minded. Write Box 33, Herald. 5539-10 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY TYP- IST WITH KNOWLEDGE OF HAND- LING CASH. PREVIOUS BANKING EX- PERIENCE PREFERRED. MUST HAVE OWN CAR. PHONE 328-9733, 9 A.M. TO 3 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. C472-12 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL PART TIME BAR WAITER-WAIT- ress. Apply in person, Ed Phillips, Alexandra Hotel. C9938-tf EXPERIENCED wanted. Apply in person to the Alex- andra Restaurant downtown at 328 5th St. S. C444-14 SHORT ORDER COOK REQUIRED- experience preferable but not essen- tial it is the right attitude that is desired. Apply Mr. Hober. El Rancho Motor Hotel. C423.10 WANTED Kitchen Helpers Apply KOOTENAY LODGE Waterton Lakes 5540-10 71 TEACHERS WANTED PROVOST SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 33 Invites applications for teaching posi. tions at the junior senior high level (Social Studies English pattern) and the Grade 5-6 level (including Apply to: Mr. R. F. McCORMICK SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Box 337 PROVOST, ALBERTA TOB 3SO C532-1J THE LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DIS- TRICT NO. 51 requires a junior high band and choral teacher, duties to be- gin August 21, 1973. This position could also involve teaching other subjects. Preference will be given to a music education major who has had extw- sJve practical experience with bands Interested persons should aoply to: DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL NO 51 Q3 1STH STREET SOUTH LETH8RIDGE, A18E8TA KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre 328-2509. C4S5B-tf 75 MUSIC TEACHERS BEGINNER 0 R INTERMEDIATE piano or theory lessons, starting Sep- tember. Western Board. Contact Rox- anne Laycock, 327.3584 or write 516 20th St. S., Lethbridge. S800-tf 76 SEWING SERVICES FORMALS AND WEDDING DRESSES. Reasonable rates. Phone 327-9462. 5650-10 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328-2867. C49S1-W 78 LOST AND FOUND FOUND Approximately x 20 spare tire and rim. Phone 328.3211 days; 345-3215 evenings. 5672-13 LADY'S BULOVA WATCH LOST ON 6th Ave. and 5th St. or area of Don Calder's Furniture Store Phone 328- 1338 or 328-2581. Reward. 3506-tf FOUND PRESCRIPTION DARK frame glasses. 8th St. and 4th Ave. Owner may have by paying for ad- 328-0216. 5801-11 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES ONE SIAMESE KITTEN; TWO CHIN- chillas 327-0790. 5765-12 MALE AMERICAN SPITZ HUSKY. 3Vz years. Phone 327-9462. 5802.12 ONE TERRIER POODLE CROSS for One guinea pig to give away. 327-8892. 5764.12 REGISTERED GREAT DANE PUPS, black. Phone 345.4249 or write Box 1365, Coaldale. 5495-10 PUREBRED POODLES FOR SALE. Six months to a year. Half price while they last. Phone 485-6502, Vulcan. 5704.12 REGISTERED LONG HAIRED Dachshund puppies Three months old, shots, trained show pet quality. S75-S100. Minnie Me Ivor, 654 25th Ave. NW., Calgary. 5585-11 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP for rent. Phone 653-3182 or 653-3704, Cardston. 4148-tf START YOUR OWN PART TIME IN- come. Three cigarette and one panty- hose vending machines. Phone 328-5101, after 6 p.m. 5448-10 FOR SALE BEAUTY SALON IN Blairmore, Alberta. Excellent busi- ness. Phone 562-2744 days; evenings. 2976-tf SMALL JANITOR BUSINESS GROS- sing per year. Only janitor se--- vice in the area. Phone 425-7252 w write Box 716, Sparwood, B.C. 4244 !2Jy TWENTY FOUR HORSE MERRY-GO- round in sound mechanical condition. Ideal for promotion or fair travelling. Phone 564-4933 8 p.m., after 9 p.m., 564-4764 Bellevue 5767-16 79 PERSONAL UNDERGROUND WATER SPRINK- lers for your home at a low cost. For free estimate phone 328.1705. 4707-31Jy ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after p.m. LONELY QUIET GENTLEMAN early fifties would like to meet ladies for companionship. Give phone num- ber and interest in first letter. Replies held In confidence. Herald Box. 50- 5691-11 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 328-8962. C3751-tf FRED'S EAVESTROUGHING AND painting. Interior and exterior decor- ating. Free estimates. 328-1258. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRIC lawn mower rebuilding service. Sarc Repair Ltd., 1011 3rd Ave. S. 327-2656. 2093-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too large or too small LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. 327-4456. C7353-W 84 GARDENING MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates- Pruning, trimming and fell- ing. Call 321-2094. 7030-tf MATURED ASPARAGUS PLANTS. Will produce next year. per doz. Apoly 2022 35th St. S. Leth. 4709-lBJy ROTOTILLING, LANDSCAPING AND new lawns seeded. Phone 329-0364. 3600-tf FOR SALE 14 FT. HIGH BLUE SPRUCE TREE. CAN BE SEEN AT 2220 ST., COALDALE. X3278-14 GARDEN MASTER! FREE ESTI- mates. Rototillino. lawns put in. ccm. plete lawn and garden care. Call your garden master at 327-8063. anytime. S692-3A Still Available! EVERGREENS SHADE TREES UP TO 1! FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA. 315-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS MOTEL FOR SALE IN SOUTHEAST- ern Alberta city of approximately 000 and growing. Immediate possession. Down payment and balance can be amortized up to 20 years. Sin- cene buyers only. Write Box 42, Her- ald. 5661-19 Business building for sale or lease, centre of Main Street, Femie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. 7E43-tf RETIRING AND SELLING ESTAB. lished business with home in Calgary. Our client will carry part-of financing and help the new owner learn the op- eration. This could be your gateway to a profitable future. For further par- ticulars write or call MRS. PYKE 269-7716, P. J Tode and Cote Real Es- tate, 301 loth' Avenue S. w., Calgary. 5766-11 LARGEST REALTOR WESTERN CANADA'S BLOCK BROS. Open 9 Q.m. to 9 p.m. Guaranteed Home Trade Canada Wide Service Complete Financing Interest Free Loans Home N.R.S. Catalogue Realtor Phone 328-23566 1240 3rd Avenue South N.R.S. and M.L.S. LICENSED RESTAURANT Seventy ssat coffee shop. 60 seat li- censed dining room, to seat banquet room. N R.S. STARTER HOTEL Learn the nolel business with this ex- cellent country hotel. N.R.S. 229-Z6. COMMERCIAL LOT Close to Woodwards new complex. N.R.S. 206-21 MANUFACTURING BUILDING on local manufacturing build- ing. Presently leased to national tenant. N.R.S. WARREN LYCKMAN Bus. 328-2356 Res. 327-1472 CMS-10 89 IOANS AND INVESTMENTS _____ 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES MORTGAGES FRESH YOUNG FRYERS AND roasters. Pan ready SZ cents per lb. frtt delivery Custom WHina. H. CS09-13 Dyck. Coaldale. 345-3224 C96M-H TtONTIERS OF SCIENCE MYSTERIES OF JUPITER Port 1 O'J2 (l S) COVPivf H Tut (s i. TME SUN A.T-JD 1TTLE THE SOLAR SYSTEM GOJDEMS.EB OLTT O" OUST 5 If, A'JD -T IS, TMA.T E UP> AMD VUCM IT CJECEfVCS TWIS i All types mo-joage i in small and c3d names Call CITY REALTY AMD INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Are. South, 328-3751. C77S9-H MORTGAGE MONEY Formers-Merchants Trust 309-7lh St. S. Phone 328-5548 Schwartz Agencies (1972) ltd. College Malt, Phone 3JS-337I rtiai, Commercial properties Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest rates First and tecem mortgages. CS53-H 90 CONTRACTS JOURNEYMAN PAINTERS Contracts, free estimates. Phone 32t- 6911. 5625-2A ECONOMY PAINTING AND DECOR- atlng. Very neat, very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK. Good workmanship and prompt ser- vice. Reasonable. Phone Mike Har- bui, 327-331e. 4945-21Jy FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basemunts dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone C3M1-M ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 5745. FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 328-3983 MWA-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf PUBLIC NOTICES BY TENDER Sealed tenders addressed to the un- dersigned and marked "Tender for Purchase of used equipment" will be received up to p.m., Aug. 10, 1973 One (l> John Deere Tractor, Type 920, code T4HFC, serial 063138L. One (1) Allis Chalmers Tractor, D1S model 170, serial 7885. One (1> New Holland Super Hay- liner 68 One (l> John Deere Wagon, serial S 3167.D One (1) GMC P-ck-up truck, serial 83604612116 The above equipment may be seen at the Department of Highways yard at Fort Mcleod, Alberta. The right to refuse any tender ft hereby reserved. Mr. H, W. Webber Official Director Co-operative Activities And Credit Union Branch Room 80 Aoriculture Building EDMONTON, Alberta B19 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION BRANCH DEPARTMENT REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION This is a Regional Development Project. Its construction is financed jointly by the Government of Canada, Department of Regional Economic Expansion, and the Prov- ince of Alberta, Office of Program Co- ordination, and will be carried out un- der the Alberta Department of High- ways and Transport. SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to H o'clock a.m. on Tuesday, July 24th, 1973, for the Construction of the following work: 750 Project 42.17C-1 W. of Nipisi Lake-Jet. S R, Mile 51.35 to Mile 74.CO Grading and Other Work Approximate Quantities: Cubic Yards of Excavation Cubic Yards of Gravel Cubic Yard Miles Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, High ways Building, Edmonton, Alta., the office of the District Enoineer, 4020 Bowness Road, N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer, Ad- ministration Building, Lethbridge, Al- berta, and will be available only to individuals registered and operating in the Province of Alberta, or to part- nerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have estab- lished 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, and for grad- ing projects profiles will be supplied upon a further deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars Each bid must be ac- companied 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. V. E. McCUNE, Deputy Minister of Highways And Transport B9 Reffly says sorry OTTAWA (CP) Peter Reilly (PC-Ottawa West) apologized Monday for a Com- mons incident last month in which he interrupted former prune minister John Diefenba- ker and promised to boo him every time he spoke in the House. "My reasons for these actions are not material the 40- year-old former broadcaster said in making his first Com- mons appearance since the in- cident. By interrupting Mr. Diefenba- ker and failing to listen to sub- sequent directions from Speaker Lurien Lamoureux, Mr. Reiliy said, "I offered an affont to the dignity" of the Speaker's office, Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams BIRTH KESH The defense line is now complete as Trevor will be assisted by new line-mate Cory James. Manager, Linda Kish, announce the 7 Ib. 8 oz. signing at a.m., July 7, at St. Michaels' Hospital. Coach, Peter Kish is now mak- ing plans for his forward line. NHL scouts are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nagy, and Mr. Peter Kish Sr. of Lethbridge. Insured. 3803-11 DEATHS SANDERS Passed away in the city on Tuesday, July 10, 1973, Mr. Oscar, Herman San- ders at the age of 72 years of Lethbridge. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C547 CALLAHAN Passed away suddenly, July 9, 1973, William (Bill) James Callahan, aged 55 years of Calgary, formerly of Lethbridge. He is siarived by his loving daughter Mrs. Pat (Betty Jean) Sullivan, Letb- bridge; one granddaughter, Meg- an; two brothers, Jack Callahan, Scappose, Oregon and Donald Callahan, Salem, Oregon. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Heart Fund. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. X3280 FUNERALS WALKLING Funeral ser- vice, for Mrs. Catherine (Kate) Walkling, beloved wife of the late Mr. Henry Walkling who died in the city Wednesday, July 4, 1973, at the age of 92 years, was held at a.m. Saturday in Martin Brothers Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Pallbearers were Stanley Weiss, James Miller, Marshall Baker, Russell Duns- more and Kenneth and Donald Scott. Interment was in Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. LARKO Requiem mass for John Larko, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Mary Larko who died in the city Wednes- day, July 4, 1973, after a brief illness at the age of 88 years, was said at a.m. Mon- day, July 9, 1973, in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church with Rev. L. Syvenky the celebrant. Pallbearers were Terry, Don, David, Ralph and Tom Larko and Bob Smerek. Interment was in the family plot in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. HUDSON Funeral service for Kenneth Wentworth Hud- son, beloved husband of Mrs. Marjorie Hudson of Shaugh- nessy who died at Picture Butte Wednesday, July 4, after a long ilh -ss at the age of 67 years, was held at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 7, 1973, in Mar- tin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pan- bearers were Douglas Lyons, Ken f rd Howard Pierson, Leo and Germain Scenen and Lau- rie Hay. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. McNABB Funeral service for Mrs. May McNabb, beloved the House in general and to the j Of the iate Mr. Joseph Mc- freedom of Diefenbaker to Nab who died in the city Tues- speak as an MP. I apologize to you, Mr. Speaker, for my conduct, and through you to my colleagues in the House and to the right non- orable member for Prince Al- bert. "I 90 CONTRACTS ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, roofing, specUHz'mg >n chimneys, cement blocki. cernem finish- ing, jtuccdncj. fireplaces, ris- ing snfl TPOVmg 5671-3A day, July 3, 1973. at the age of 83 years, was held at p.m. Saturday, Jury 7, 1973, in Mar- tin Brothers Traditional Chap- el, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. r. J. K. IN MEMORIAM PETRIE In loving mem- ory of our son and brother who passed away Jury 10, 19G5. Our hearts still ache with sadness And secret tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you Rick, No one will know. When we we your photo You seem to smile and say, Dont cry, I'm only sleeping Well meet again some day. remembered and sadly missed by the family. 5768 Kidnappers make call for ransom THREE FORK, Mont. (AP) The Gallatin County sheriffs department said Monday that a ransome call had been re- ceived in the weeks-old disap- pearance of a seven-year-old Michigan girl. In a terse statement put out in-the name of the parents of Susan Jaeger, Sheriff L. D. W. Anderson said a ransome call had been received and said "the money is being collected." The statement by sheriff Anderson's office said, "we would like the person who called the other night to please call again. Use the same iden- tification procedures of the girl that were used last time. The family is prepared to ne- gotiate." The report was the first break in weeks in the search for the girl, who was reported missing by her father in the pre-dawn hours of June 25. The Jaeger girl apparently was napped from a tent as she slept beside other children. Earlier, a Detroit newspaper announced it is offering a 000 reward for information that will solve the mysterious disappearance of the little girl. IRATE BRITON CONDEMNS STAMPEDE LONDON (CP) An irate Briton has written to The Evening Standard con- demning what he calls the "diabolically cruel" Calgary Stampede and the Queen's re- cent visit to it. "I cannot honestly believe that Her Majesty, a dedicated horse lover, thought 19 the idea of visiting this vile show." writes Kevin White of Maidenhead, Berkshire. White contends that the use of the cinch strap, which he says tightens around the horse's testicles, producing the bucking spectacle, is "barbaric and abhorrent to all those who care for the welfare of animals." He says whoever included the visit on the Queen's Cana- dian tour schedule "has shamed us all." Increase search for terrorists SALISBURY (AP Rhode- sian soldiers and police stepped ck Dick berg, Duncan McNab and Ken Collar- Pallbearers were Bert Heath. Bill Collar. Graham Addie Donaldson. Dai- ton MacDougall and Stettner. Interment Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge the Herman was in PA1NT1NP tw City or 'am Guara-rtesd worn. For trw estimate J can SMBtt. Pawting Sw-1 I trust that as I gain ex- perience in this chamber I shall commit DO further breaches of parliamentary DIEF THERE Mr. Diefenbaker was art in his seat to hear the apology but Mr. Reilly was applauded by members on ail sides of the House. Mr. Rally's public differences with Mr. Diefenbaker go back to a debate this spring on the government's resolution to en- dorse it5 bilingualism- program in the public service. Mr Really said Conservatives MPs who voted against it, in- cluding Mr. Diefenbaker, should be kicked out of the party. The bilingualism resolution was sup- ported by Conservative Leader Robert StanfieW The incident last month oc- curred when Mr. Diefenbaker was asking a question on capi- j tai punishment. i The remark that upset Mr. ers Association and rigart'sd as NEWSPAPER HEAD DIES DAVENPORT. Iowa (API David Gottlieb. 59. president of a rrudwestcrn United Staias newspaper chain, died Wednes- day. Gottlieb was president of Lee Enterprises Inc.. which op- erates 14 daily newspapers in the Midwest. Montana and Ore- gon and also six broadcast fa- cilities. Gottlieb was president of the Research Institute of the American Newspaper PublBh- can nationalist hold- ing the last 17 of 295 teachers and children they abducted from a Jesuit mission last week. Most of those captured man- aged to slip away from the 16- man armed gang that tried to take them away for training in guerriHa warfare against the white-minority government cf Rhodesia. Terrorists kill civilian BELFAST 'AP) kiHed a civilian and seriously wwonded another in a blaze cf machine-gun fire in Northern Ireland early today. Police headquarters saM the two men wsrc gunned down as Reilly tfcen was ncA clear. Both one of tJrs foremost in jtKy were getting into a car are opponents of capital poniso-.the U.S. in computerized metb- Belleek on the border with the ment of iiwspaper production. I Irish ngnbhc.