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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -40 MISC. ARTICLES FOR Wednesday, July 12, 1972 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR LIVESTOCK T'MALE HELP BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NEWLY ESTABLISHED B.C. cluck crop can be expected WINNIPEG (CP) -Ducks Unlimited (Canada says that while low production on much ol llio southern prairies will prevent 1972 from being an outstanding year, a good average duck crop can be expected if (lie northern prairies and park-lands produce to heir lull potential. In a July in survey report, the conservation organization says broods are appearing in good numbers in the parklands where water is secure. Good spr ng weather failed to produce the anticipated big early hatch nnd later nesting species are just beginning to appear. Substantial rain still Is needed. Good rains fell in June over southwestern Saskatche w a n, where they were most needed, but not enough to see young ducks safely on the wing. The situation is similar on the southern Alljerla prairies. With a few local exceptions, thn Manitoba water picture Is adequate. In British Columbia, the plateau marshes are in good condition but except for early-nesting mallards and Canada geese, valley marshes have been eliminated from waterfowl production by ate May and early June STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF clwge. "-ETHDRIOGE IMMEDIATELY On full-lime Ijjils Rellabla per BOY'S BICYCLE, DERRY GARAGE door Phone 327.812.1. 14 FT. TRAILER. SLEEPS SIX. S1500. Grflnum, 234-3V70. WANTED ALL necessary. f H ol mobile homes and CMHC Approved double-wide sectional IIOJHOG wishes la appoint an flggresslve, reliable dottier lor tha Lelhbridge urea. Write Box' IS, Lclhbrldga Hcrnld. TEN SPEED RAWLEIGH. PHONE 11 FUU THIS YEAR IN A FAM-lly bui camper. Offers. 327-1898, flller S p m. SIZES. ALSASK PROCESSORS. nrcv....r _ Phone 320-2911. MALE HELP TWO EVERGREEN TRCES, APPROXI-matey II. :lar mccl na lo t ?h! S al lhe "n f .Ci" Ha" in Ihe C Lelhbridge mlnnds lo give consirieralron lo cosng-The Twenly-tive (35) lool lancway lyinn lo Ihe S In BlocK S jily-lour (U) a! on Plan LETHB J Act orlions ol lane, held on Mcncfny, Ihi evening, in Ihe Council ouncil of tha City of -wlh of Lot "A" RIDGE 155S-F.V. J L to Friday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Janitorial Service. All equipment provided. Ap-sly in person 3131 Can be picked up at 1318 7lh Ave S. 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR complele wilh all fixture and equipment. Lease of premises a reasonable rental. Phone 327-03'14 o 32B-6U4. Located on Street North In Letnbridge, Alberla- OFFERED FOR FAMILY Pef. Reddish brown Darhshound. Fe-ma e dog. Lost In Eafiie Park Contact 3005 Hlh Ave- 5. Phone 338-35-12. "TRAILER CITY" UNITED MOTORS Corner of 3rd and 3rd South "YOUR VACATION VEHICLE RENTAL Headquarters BOOK NOW To Avoid AGRICULTURAL TON GRASS HAY SUITABLE for horses, to be delivered five miles south Milk River. Apply A. W. String am, phone 027-4632. N. 1972 HONDA SL100. GREEN, serial No. 1311119 Reward uffered Phone for Information on this motorcycle SALE Excellent revenue properly In town ol Claresholm. N ne rooms for your own and two self contained suites to rent out. This pay for itself in six years. May carry a reliahle mnn Hller fair down payment. Phone 235-3-168, after 6 p.m. NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR FULL-TIME SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST EXPERIENCE PREFER R Ailalla hay. Phone T. L. Smilh, 653--1281, Cardslcn. EXPERIENCED UNDERGROUND BLACK GRIZZLY STETSON WITH SILVFR MEDAI LION HAT BAND, ON MAYOR MAGRATH NEAR EL RANCHO, JULY Vlh. REWARD OFFERED. CONTACT H 0 W A R D HUGHES, EL RANCHO. ALFALFA HAY, Dli-livcrcd. Phone 34-12133, Coulls. SALE EXCELLENT REV properly in town of Clarcsdo m Nine rooms tor your own and wo iclf contained lo rent out. Th house pays tor llsell in six years May carry a reliable after (a r down paymenl, Phone 33S-3JiB, after 6 p.m. AUTOS IN KANANASKAS, FIVE MILES In from Creel Survey trailer, Wednesday, June 5B. Wale Sealpoint Siamese, k nk n mil, while i p on right car. Phone or 32B-4995. PAID For used cars and Irucki or will HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF TYPING, SHORTHAND OR n A recreational vehicles f o r SUMMER VACATION FUN I Model ?TOO Molor han-ei Tra lers Campers, ere. By Scamper end A COUNTRY MOTORS Phone MUST APPLY 1H PERSON TO THE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE CENTRE VILLAGE MALL LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. in Sparwood, B.C. from 9 a.m.-l? noon daily, Monday through should h- d reclfd to. Kaiser Resources Lid. BOX 7000, SPARWOOD, B.C. ATTN: G. N. CROSSFIELD AGENCIES 822 3rd Avenue South 327-1116 WE CAM OFFER YOU A GOING CONCERN Or- A RESTAURANT FOR YOU AND YOUP HUSBAND TO OP-erale. Doing a very busy coflee and lunch trade. Cltffr In downtown. Com-plelA for only SB.OOO. Cnll 327-1116. BUS NESSMAN RECENTLY locnled In Lelhbrldnc would MVr in meet female companion, early twenties w th a posll ve outlook on life. Wrile Box 33, Herald- for your car Top dollar paid, Phone Robert Vargo, Enerson'i 327-5705 OUR TRAILER RENTAL MANAGER AT WANTED TO Share expenses. Lethnrldqa to Vancouver lo U S to Toronto. Lenvlrq approximately" July 17 327-9244. Ask for Rnlph, nflcr 9 p.m. FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE DEATH OF A COMET Part DOWER IN LATE Ms ACTIVD, wnnls compnn onihip of good-nnlured fldy In MR Phono number In TO 40% RETURN ON INVESTMENT ow Opporlunlty In construction f elrl nwillnhln lo selected nppllcnnt tor THE Aa-TCBOID BCIT BETWEEN 1. THE OPRrr.'1, or- r.'.'D JUPITEB. C.OIJTV .'I -1 1 1 VS MUST r.oW nvr.s V 1 3 4 5 BOOKING SERVICE -Dance groupi lor nil occasions. Wed-d ngs, clubi, 328-3847. 70 9 ANONYMOUS AnyonR with n drlnklnn problem. Phono or 338-3144, Allor AVENUt WOULD LIKE WOMAN motorlnn with trallrr, Must Iko outdoors. All rfpllei Ben U3, Icra d, molt confidant al. strength In fxccsi ol A unln.ua and nalcnled melhod of of (or Ing A tremrndom op-inrliinlty to on todfty'i b ir-iconlnp build Inn industry. Wrilo Box 28, P PAYMENT ft FROM rr WAA THOUGHT, MUST ftEi Ti-rr-: fiouorn or FOUND AJ- AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT nny person W clnlmi he nnd is hnds will prfiludlclnlly nllectrd by Iho closing shnll IX affordod nn opportunity to hPiird by Ihe Counc 1 hy h msolf or his agont. DATED AT LETHDR1DGE Ihll 12lh day tif July 1972. John Gerla Clly OF PROBLEM NKERS JF.HD NG UNOFPSTANDINO AND NTORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAM LY GROUP. WR TC ENQUIHIRS CARE OF P.O, BOX LETI1-BRIDQE, ALOFRTA. SHIRLEY, ;