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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBR1DGE HERAID T 42 TRUCKS FOR SAU July 13, 1971 FEMALE HELP WANTED f Ijirtki, DEATHS Jjeamb, 1 t Jhanm, DEATHS INNEY Clifford passed ay in the city on Monday, y 12, 1971, at the age of 71 ars, beloved husband Ruby Piracy of 1414 3 e. N. Mr. Pinney was born seraw, t I DEATHS NIKBOER Passed away in e city on Sunday, July 11, 71, following a brief illness, [r. William Nieboer, at the ge of 90 years, of te funeral service will be held t p.m. on Wednesday, in le Christian Refcrmed Church, tffl 2 Avenue A North, with ev. Peter Van Tuinen officia-ng. Interment will follow in be family plot, Archmount lemorial Gardens. Friends nay pay their respects at Mar-r. Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 3 Street North, phone 328-2361. to flowers please, by request f the family. Martin Bros. M Directors of Funeral Service. C6219 IHC LWB V-8, FOUR SPEED. FE JJg. 'phon. 73W553, iron Spring STUDENTS, SI.7S, PLUS d red sales with Fuller Brush. M imum aae 19. Phone regarding discussion ups, inquiries, literature, 3.7. n W" Yv. I i I 3 m M yj i f i a I >4AA-) 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS M FOR SAU OR RENT REQUIRED TO f rk nights. Must be Intelligent and An qU'Ck'y' ANONYMOUS yone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-8W9 or 328-3246, alter THIRTEEN FT. SCAMPER TRAILER. _ Phone m-mi. RESEARCH D, e of Canada's foremost Market Re- dr rch companies has openings tor w men to conduct interviews (per. Ca al and telephone) an d gather ADDRESS LABELS Gold Trimmed Gummed La-s printed with your name and ad-ss. Only S2. Allow 30 days lor oe-cry. Box Postal Station gary. TENT TRAILER WITH ZIP ON inou. Phone 3JHI01. ..MET L LEAVING TOWN se in FT 10 IN VANGUARD sil very Mitt.. J iton days. and public opinion polls Poll- SERVICES AND July 12, 1971, John, of Ju] sw Island, at the age of 51 ye ars. Funeral arrangements ill be announced when com- Av leted. Humphries Funeral jj, ome Ltd., Taber, in Charge pa Arrangmements. C6210 and evening work. Use of car SQ slrable but not essenttol. Apply R nadlan Fact Co. Limited, 140 Bloor da E., Toronto 5, Ontario. STAMP AND STENCIL bber stamps, corporate seals, tors, elc. same-day Service. d Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. FOOT SUPER BELLE CAMPER. CI overhead. Will tak, whMl. REPAIRS TO SINGER achines, competent aJiustments to other makes. Free home estimate. ,one 327-3243. Slnrjer Co. of Canada, liege Mall. on June 2, 1900. rmed for many years in skatchewan and later moved j Lethbridge where he had ed for the past sixteen years, f leaves to mourn his passing sides his loving wife Ruby; ee sons, Robert of Cockrane, irold of Lethbridge, and Ron-i of Calgary; five daughters, re. Elmer (Marion) Tiedeman d Mrs. George (Mildred) orfitt of Calgary, Mrs. Stan etty) Nelson and Mrs. Doug-s (Rosalie) Tiedeman of Sha-avon, Sask. and Mrs. Ike Kathleen) Dyck of Leth-idge; 28 grandchildren and ic great grandchildren. Funer-services will be held in the nristensen Chapel on Thurs-ly, July 15 at p.m. Rev. liott officiating. Interment will flow in Mountain View Cem-ery. Christensen Salmon Fu-sral Home Ltd., Directors o: uncral Service. 1 Lois lor rent. MobllB homes for -SALE. Priori. CI4B7-K MALE HELP WANTED 1 rr _ J-yU 7.13 (J5 IT roSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE REQUIRED. APPLY KIR-ner Machine Ltd., 2419 2nd Ave. N. Jj SALES AND SERVICE. SER-ces on all makes of washers and yers, aulomatic or conventional. Also small appliances, lawn mowers, ons, vacuum cleaners, elc. No o arge or too small. LETHBRIDEE PPLIANCES, 90S 3rd Ave. Phone 7-4454. Passed away ''v Lethbridge on Tuesday, July 1971, Jorgine, of Vaiixhall, t the age of 72 years. Funeral rrangements will be an- cunced when completed. Hum- hries Funeral Home Ltd., in harge of Arrangements. C6209 1104 8th St. S. MECHANIC FOR FRONT- a d .ignmenl and tune up Apply ir orth Lethbrldge A8FATER 4 S4 per hour. Reply Including all irt culars to personnel ptfice, 1413 hild Ave Calgary. play golf have to finish painting- the c bedroom before Trudy decides on another JOT condition. 430 Dieppe R TRUST UNDERSTUDY, L 'tween ages 20 and 30. 3BW hour PUT IN. ODD JOBS. PHONE 7.J143. Salary commensurate with _ blty. Write Box S3, FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- BUSINESS NOTICES Passed away ur uddenly in the city on Sunday, (I ulv 11, 1971, Mr. Victor Neal br prinkle, at the age of 07 years, si letoved husband of Mrs. Alice al 'atricia Sprinkle ol Monarch. Cl iorn in Rugby, North Dakota d n 1904, the late Mr. Sprinkle E ame to the Etrikom district in fo 910, moving to Chin in 1920 e md after working for the gov- n srnment for 13 years on south- F arn Alberta highways, he in the Monarch district until -etiring to Monarch ir. 1970. He C married the former Alice Patri- :ia O'Brien in Pineher Creek 6 in 1944. Besides his loving wife, a lie is survived by three sons, Mr. Ken L. Sprinkle, Vauxhall, C Mr. Arthur R. Sprinkle and I Mr. Norman V. Sprinkle, both P of Monarch; five grandchildren and two brothers, Mr. Ray- j mond E. Sprinkle, Chin and t Mr. Roy W. Sprinkle of Leth- bridge. The funeral service will j be held at p.m. on Thursday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13 Street Norm, i with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay thcir respects at Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, phone 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of the Funeral Service. C6218 KUBOTA Ronald Ross, passed away suddenly on Saturday, July 10, 1971, at the age of 26 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Takayuki Kubota of 1304 13 Ave. N. He was born in Raymond and received schooling in the elementary schools of Coaldale and his high school at the Winston Churchill. His interests in arts and crafts led him to apprentice in the field of sheet metal where he received awards each year duing Ms apprenticeship, and had worked as a Journeyman Sheet metalist for Capital Heating and Charlton and Hill. He loved motorcycling and was past president of his Club. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his parents, three brotht-ers, Jim in Oshawa, Ont, Ed and Richard in Calgary; one sister, Mrs. Edna Remmie of Edmonton; 14 nieces and nephews; his maternal grandmother Mrs. Mary Siedle Med-stead in Sask. Funeral services will be held in the North Side LD.S. Chapel (2223 6 Ave. A N.) on Wednesday July 14th at 2 p.m., with Bishop L. .G Bur-bank officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. A Wake will be held in the Japanese United Church (821 9 Ave. N.) at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 13th Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. Passed away n Raymond on Saturday, July 0, 1971, following a brief illness, Mr. John Unglaub, at the of 81 years, of Raymond. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Tuesday (today) in the Jacred Heart Catholic Church, laymond. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Wednesday, in the Sacred Heart Church, with Rev. Father L. Jassidv celebrant. Interment will follow in the family plot, ount Calvary Section, Moun-ain View Cemetery. Friends ay pay their respects at Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 2 3 Ave. South, phone 328-2361, (courtesy parking at the ar) Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C6215 Passed away at Cham-on on Sunday, July 11, 1971, oseph Kenneth at the age of years beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry How of Taber. Born at Taber January 13, 1963. At the time of his passing Kenneth was a student at Doctor Hammond School in Taber. Survivors, besides the parents, include one brother, Dennis; wo sisters, Wanda and Mary Ann, all at home; grandparents, Mrs. Eng Shee How Taber, Mr. and Mrs. Tai Ming Wong, Calgary. Funeral services will be conducted from SIXTEEN FT TRAVELEZE. THREE: a Burner prop.nt stove with oven, 328-5094. 5739-tf Sleeps live- Hydraulic Brakes. 30-101. MECHANIC F M dealership. Good rural point, oremanship to qualified mechanic. Iso two year apprentice or better II fringe benefits. Good YOUR LAWN OR THE i SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA j JUDICIAL DISTRICT F OF LETHBRIDGE In Ihe estate of James Walker Mac-onald late of Lethbridge who died l the 14th day of April, 1971. 1 Take notice that all persons hav ng aims upon the estate of the above med must file with the undersigned e 1 c tors by the 13th day of August, 71, a full statement of their cla ms id of securities held by them. MESSRS. PRITCHARD, HIGA BORAS No. 202, 740 Avenue Soulh Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executor CALL WARDS AT 328-8775. Sale ndependent Service Station Business Stock Equipment and Handtools. D Gal. up. w Reason Retirement. e Write Box 50, Herald. J C6143-15 I end marital status In first .tier Write Box 57, Herald. Nurseries Ltd. STILL AVAILABLE AT OUR SUBSTATION Open evenings j rees, shrubs, perennials, end Fruit rees One mile west of Coaldale, Phone .45-4633. Closed Sundays. FREE DE-IVERY AND ADVICE. ALL PLANTS GUARANTEED. IS gallon witer tank. Good cleat OPPORTUNITY arge financial organization has an pening for a sales representative. The J osltlon provides an assured base t ncome. Incentive, bonuses, fringe J snef Is and profession, training. Ages 1 to 40. Replies strictly confidents PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; trailer servicing, storage and repair. Phone 32B-I421. Passed away in algary on Sunday, July 11, Sil, following a lengUiy illness, iss Oatharina Overes, at the ge of 17 years, beloved daugh-sr of Mr. and Mrs. William rveres, of 723 23rd. St. North, layers will be said at .m. on Tuesday (tonight) in t. Basil's Catholic Church, lequiem Mass will be cele-rated at a.m. on Wed-esday in St. Basil's Catholic aiurcH, with Rev. Father G. larien celebrant. Interment rill follow in the Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Friends may pay heir respects at Martin Bros. Vlemorial Chapel, 703 13 Street forth, phone 328-2361. Those ivho wish may donate to the lenal Research Fund, care of Mr. A. Forkheim, Foothills Hospital, Calgary. Martin Bros Ltd Directors of Funeral Service. te Box 45, Herald. C6095- RENT LAWN ROLLERS FERTILIZER SPREADERS ROTOTILLERS RENO-THIN POST HOLE DIGGERS BY HOUR, DAY OR WEEK DOWNTOWN HOYT'S PHONE 327-5767 1 established dry cleaning business n Southern Alberta town of 3ullding 25 X 125. All modern equipment, two panel trucks. No opposl-on, showing excellent returns of approximately Well IMMEDIATELY DIVISION MANAGER Exceptional ranch management career Dpportunity. Large operation CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD. HIGHWAY 25 SOUTH PHONE OR PARTS, REPAIRS AND e In city of as well as sur- -ound ng area. Records available to sincere buyers. HAY REALTY LTD. Phone 327-7077 or 327-7975 Evenings Phone Bill Joblonkay 327-7159 csm-ti LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice is hereby given that he unders gned intends to apply to he Alberta Liquor Control Board tor cence to sell beer, wine and 1 quor V Ihe glass for consumption on y on he licensed portion of the prem ses In ccordance with the provisions of The iquor Licensing Act and the Regu-atlons made thereunder with respect o Ihe fo owing described premises: EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL LIMITED EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, Block D, Plan No. 1402 F5 Oblectlons to this applicat on shall be made forthwith to The A berta Liquor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this 2Bth day of June, 1971. EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL LIMITED S M FENGSTAD PRESIDENT. TRAILERS FOR SALE _U ft. homemade trailer with stove, refrigerator, healer and new tires. Very good unit Sl.ooo. 19V, Tt. Scamper with shower stove, retrigerator, etc. Used very little one year Madge Equipment ltd. 647-3838 in Milk River wage plus Incentive program, modern house, good schools Requ re-ments are proven Initiative, agricultural and mechanical experience, age 20-40, married with young family. FARM AND RANCH 'MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS 42ni AVENUE S.E., CALGARY 24, ALBERTA POULTRY AND PULLETS FOR SALE START-Ing to lay. 21 weeks old. Phone 738-439fi, Iron Springs. LOANS A6ENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches, city or Town. Lowest interest rates available. First ana second mortgages. ERS AND ROASTERS PAN ready, 38 cents per Ib., on dozen lots. Custom killing. H. Dyck, coaldale, 345. 3224. MALE -FEMALE HELP USED MOBILE HOMES 12X60 10X11 g x ]2 5301 New Homes' from and up. COALHURST HOMES Phone 327-3744 PETS AND FOR BACHELOR Man for maintenance anc repa r, wife for housekeeping and cleaning. New furnished apartment in-c uded in new development. Good salary. Write Box 640, Sparwood, WANTED (MALE Beagle or Springer Spaniel. Phons 327-0277. PUPPY TO BE GIVEN AWAY. Two months old. Phone 234-2224, Fort Macleod. DO PAINTING PRIVATE OR mmerdal. Phone 32B-8543. Passed away in the city on Sunday July 11, 1971, following a brie illness, Mrs. Rose McAndrews at the age of 70 years, of 231 14 Street N., beloved wife o the late Mr. Walter Edmund McAndrews. Born In Bucking liam, Quebec, in 1901 the lat Mrs. McAndrews was marriec there in February, 1918 am came west with her husbam that same year and settled firs in Retlaw, moving to Leth bridge in 1951. She was a mem ber of St. Basil's Catholi Church and the Eagles Auxi iary. Predeceased by her bus band in 1963 she is survive; by, three daughters, Mrs. E (Kathleen) Marsh, Vauxhal! Mrs. M. (Irene) Ross, Leth bridge; Mrs. H. (Melba) Me Pherson, Medicine Hat; one son, Mrs. Roy H. McAndrews Vauxhall; 14 grandchildren; great-grandchildren; four sis :ers, Mrs. A (Irene) Pale, Ste Therese, Mrs. J. (Evelyne Humphries, Buckingham, Mr U. (Lolita) Laprade, Bucking ham, Mrs. L. (Claire) Derige Ottawa, and four brothers, M Lawrence Lemalre, Mr Alber Lemaire, Mr. Louis Lemaire, a of Buckingham and Mr. Reggi Lemaire of Ste. Therese, Qu bee. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Wednesday in Mart Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 Street North. Phone 328-236 Requiem Mass will be eel brated at 10 .m. on Thursda in St. Augustine's Cathol Church Taber, with Rev. Fat er G. Marien celebrant. Intc ment will follow in the fami plot, Taber Memorial Garden Friends may pay their respec at Martin Bros. Memori Chapel. Martin Bros. Ltd., D rectors of Funeral Service. C BAKER Permanent position for qualified applicant Salary to suit, excellent company benefits. Apply Employment Office. WOODWARD'S CHINOOK-RIDGE SAND AND GRAVEL neral trucking, front-end loader Bnd no Phone 327-3M7. on Thursday, July 15, at 2 p.m., with Rev. Canon E. officiating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd. Taber, in Charge of Arrangements. C 6211 REGISTERED DACHS-hund four years old. Phone 345-4588. HALF ON YOUR S TROPICALS TROPICAL FISH and supplies Summer of fish. 2121 19th Ave. S., 328-8J73. or 32S.9525. crashes at Calgary CALGARY (CP The pilot and seven passengers of a private jet escaped injury when it crashed while landing at Calgary international Airport. Piloted by J. W. McKenzie of Vernon, B.C., the aircraft had touched down successfully when the undercarriage retracted and dropped the aircraft on its belly. Damage was estimated at BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson find Sorenson Construction, 1020 7lh Ave. S. Phone 327-M82. AND CLIPPING OF ALL breeds of dogs. Specialize In Poodles one year or older. Phona 45 AUTOS WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG-JG PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. CASH PAID For met cars and trucks or will MOTORS PHONE 328-3654 COLOR COLLIE five years old) also part Border Collie (ma two years old. Partially trained as cattle dogs. Phonft 626-3231. OF THANKS KESLER I wish to express my sincere thanks to my doc-or and nurses during my stay in hospital. Also relatives and riends for the many lovely lowers, gifts and cards and visits. Gordie Kesler. 2559 BASTEDO We would like :o express our sincere thanks o the many friends and relatives who sent flowers, cards and food, and offered kind words of sympathy with the passing of our wife, mother and grandmother, Nellie Bastedo. A special thanks to the doctors of t h e Haig Clinic, the staff and nurses of the Municipal Hospital, the Victorian Order of Nurses for making her last days as comfortable as possible. This is very much appreciated by STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing, n-sured, free estimates. Phone WATCH DOG. PHONE 327-4346, Picture Butte. 46 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES TEACHERS SIAMESE KITTENS FOR SALE. Phone 327-2372. cement, brick, painting. Renovations and house raising. Phone Retreadable tire casings for cash. Delivered to North Leth-bridge Mo-Tires Ltd., 30513th St- TEACHER FOR WAR-ner High School and ELEMENTARY EACHER for Maslnasln School. Apply to-GARFIELD POTV1N Superintendent of Schools COUNTY OF WARNER Warner, Alberta German Shepherd. Phone 543-9612, after p.m. or write J. Voss, 3U Robinson St., Reglna, READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read their adver-tiiements the FIRST DAY IT AP-PEARS and REPORT ERRORS In time for the next Insertion. The Lethbrldge Herald Is responsible for only the first Incorrect MALE, MINIATURE POOD-le 10 months old, registered, tatooed, and Inoculated. Phone 327-6645, alter p.m. C5 f-3 C3 47 LIVESTOCK part Persian kittens to be given away. Trained. Phone 328-5864. Phone 328-1334, Lethbridge. J23-2567 Tauer. VACANCY PHYSICAL EDUCATION Must be able to assist with Religious program McCoy High School. APPLY TO: MR J. A. KOMANCHUK, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. MEDICINE HAT R.C.S.S.S. NO. 21 73 7th STREET S.E. MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of ANDREW HOMER WOOLF, late of Hill Spr ng, A berla, who died on the 10th day of June, 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named, must file with the undersigned by the llth day of August, 1971, a ul statement of their claims and securities held by them. MRS. FERN A. WOOLF, Executrix of the estate WANTED ALL TYPES SnT ALSASK PROCESSORS John Drewry Phone FUR BEARING SELL CHINCHILLAS AND equipment Interested persons pleas phone 328-7692. MR FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lelhbrldge L 20 BUSINESS WITH STEADY RUN T Calgary. Will take half ton as part a payment. Write Box 56, Herald. 49 MACHINERY Bastedo family. CG303-K WANTED SMALL FORD TRACTO with three-point Implements. Reply t _ M. D. MacKinnon, Box 5, Site 1 R.R. 2, Calgary. OF PAINTEARTH NO. DAN HOT DRINK AND NU venders. Offers. Good part-time i come. Write Vending, 7504 175, Hill Spring, Alberta, Passed away in Milk River on Sunday, July 11, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Bertha Helen Vorn-brock, at the age of 72 years, of Milk River, beloved wife of the late Mr. George Vombrock. Born in Belle River, Minnesota in 1898, the late Mrs. Vorn-brock came to Allerston in 1908 and married the late Mr. George Vornbrock in 1916. They continued to live there until retirement, when they moved to Milk River, where she has resided for the past 24 years. She was a member of the C.W.L of St. Peter's Catholic Church The late Mrs. Vornbrock is survived by four sons, Milton, Van ccuvcr, Arnold, Calgary, Rev Father Donald Vornbrock Brocks, William, Edmonton six grandchildren; five greal grandchildren and three sisters Mrs. A. (Annie) Lodermcier Mrs. G. (Kate) TMelcn, an y Mrs. Elizabeth Vornbrock, al 1 1 of Milk River. Prayers will b< o said on Tuesday (today) a p.m. in St. Peter's Cath 1: olic Church, Milk River. Requ em Mass will be celebrated a a.m. on Wednesday in S 's Peter's Catholic Church, wit no Rev. Father J. Jordan cclc ts brant. Interment will follow i ss the family plot, Milk Rive cemetery. Friends may pa their respect's at Martin Bros Traditional Chapel, 812 3 Aver D uc South, phone 328 2361 (cout Icsy parking nt the Mai tin Bros. Ltd., Directors c Funeral Service. MEMORIAM DUBLAND In memory of Ole Dubland, who passed away July 13, 1970. Gone but not forgotten. remembered by his wife and family. 2943 50 MISC. ARTICLES lowing posillons, commencing WE HAVE SPACE FOR THE FOL lowing businesses In Mall next to Hoi day Inn opening next spring, Flowe Shop, Ladies Wear, Barber shop and space 9 x 40 ft. next to Seven-Eleve Stores. Contact -149 Holiday Villaq formerly Shoppers' World. ._ pRnviwrp SCRAP STEEL CAST IRON -COPPER Brass Radiators -Batteries. VARZARI IRON LTC SCRAP YARD, 3308 2nd Ave. 1 Phone 328-9342. One music teacher One home economics ALBERTA iSai DEPARTMENT HIGHWAYS AND HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1S05 2nd Ave. S. Phone please send full detail stating experience and Earn up to annuall 5 with as little as a cas outlay. Not a sales or fran chise programme. Write Bo 140, Herald. h TENDERS will be receive by the undersigned up to 11 o'c oc AM Standard Time on Monday, Jul 26, 1971 tor the construction of Iti following work: 1 Prefect S.R. 9M, Jet. Hwy. 2 t Gage Mile 0.00 to Mile 8.05 Proiect S.R. 6B3, Jet. S.R. 964 SCRAP IRON Coppers Brass of Schools Castor, Alberta C 61 FOR INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS Alberta Government free agent bursaries are available to candidates prepav ng to teach Industrial Education courses. Candidates must have o journeyman's certificate, qualify for university entrance and prepare to teach one of the following subjects: i Beauty Culture Auto Body Food Preparation Machine Siop Welding Electronics t Building Construction Only candidates who qualify on the above criteria t should apply for a bursary to: Dr. J. D. Harder Department of Education n Executive Building r 109 Street, Jasper Avenue r Edmonton, Alberta Ed-u-ca-tion Government of more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. JOB !3rd St. North EDUCATIONAL GROCERY STORE, SITUATED 1 heart of grain or cattle country. Wou _ consider equity In a duplex or 15.00 to Mile 19.1J Highway 2, Inlersectlonal Trea ment nn Jet Hwy. and S.R. 682 a Falrvlew Grading, Gravel Surfacing, an Othrr Work. Approximate Quantities Cubic Yards of Extavat 0 Cubic Yards ot A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott te you how. Phone 328-3636, Columb School of Broadcasting. 91 (is part payment. Will lease wi Is option to purchase. Terms avallab a to reputable party. Yearly Increase If volume. Health reasons for selling. E cellent opportunity for a family S3 FEMAU EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANTS APPL1C flons now being accepted for Hon Study career training In this excltl growing field. High school diploma This season, fashion prcfei the poncho above all! Lighter than air, yet era ,1 when summer breezes blov J Crochet fashionable ponch of sport yarn with big hook jr mainly mesh. Pattern 732 I one size only (fits SEVENTY FIVE CCN1 I; (coins) for each pattern RARE OPPORTUNITY YOU CA te have a steady Income of over e per month. You must Invest a ml e! mum of S3000 (fully protected) a 19 have good references. Natlona co pany requires one only, ret? onsl d trlbutor. Absolutely no selling. to N. of Cremona Crushing and Stockpiling Grav Approximate Quantity Cub Yards Contracts and Specifications may t obtained at She office of the Ch Construction Engineer, Highways Bui ng, Edmonton, Alberta, tho office the District Engineer, 1707 S N W Cnlqary, Alberta, and the otti of tho District Enqlncfir, Admin str 13 tlon Building, LcthbrldflO, Alberta, WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME. CLO to hospitals. Day and night. Ret ences. Phone 32B-S1M. 424-7946, Career Inst tu 303, 10203 119 Ave., Edmonton. R quest Iree Information. 54A LICENCED SEWING In Southern Alberts. Mr. H Harris will Interview interested KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENT Children, weeks to six years. Ph 328-2835. DRESSMAKING, ALTERATIONS A 'TI Ironing dons. In my home. 13 and 14 Please call Jhe hotel ar an- lime and lenve your message. COSTANZO'S DAY CARE Children one to six. Planned Phone and operating in thn Pro Ince ot Alberta or to partnersh ps E corporations registered and operdtl in and who established n fix plnce of business In the Province m Xlbcrta. A deposit of Twenty-F fs Dollars payabln to tho Pro re- inclnl Treasurer, will be required 1 ur cneh copy ot Contract and Spec id- catloni taken, and tor grading p In lects, profiles will lunpllcd UP fn- a further deposit of Twenty-Kl er- Dollars Each bid mwt na- accompanied by marked cheque m- bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tend? will be opened In publlr The low or any Tender not necessarily ceptcri. L. H. MrManui Deputy Minister of and Traninorf. 65 LOST AND TIME 57 FEMALE HELP LOST BOY'S ORANSE EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY to U 13 your spare hours Into extra doll with a qrowinq potential. STENOGRAPHER REQUIRED Shorthand, typing, dictaphone M tial. Experience preferred. Write Herald. 7243. LOST HUB CAP, DOD 2-13 division, three to six miles stocV and collect money from y nl own route nf snack and cigarette ve ,3 Ing mactilnej tint we will locale .fi your area. INVESTMENT not ess tlal but must have flood credit (or each pattern for first-cla mailing and special hnndli c' THE LETHBRTDOE V1ERAI Readers Mnil Limited Toronto 1, Otnario M 60 Front Street I'M EARNING MONEY FOR children's college education and must say 1 love (telling out and m Ing people Those are the words many Avon Representatives. It's Ideal opportunlly to turn extra h Into extra cash. You'll also wn prl people, havo tun. No experie Mllded. CALL: 3287424 OR WR MRS. M. SCOTT, 2514 J1RD MISSING SINCE JUNE of Lnrge tabby cat .with matted fur an hack. Answers to Silky. Reward. Ph urs 32B-9549. encos to qualify. For further inlorr on tlon write, Including your phone nu me ber VENDA ONE RICKENRACHER 0 TE guitar from Park Plain, July 7, S. Leer, i-l p.m. tSO reward. Cor, M wn Kvchiran, 327-3SU. Box 48, Herald 'f) ;