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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Jg _ THE IETHBRID6E HERALD Monday, July 26, 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT______ RENT ONE HARDTOP, ONE solttop trailer, by day or week. Apply 1104 Bin St. S. JOHNNY'S TENT TRAILER RENTALS. PHONE 32B-5207, AFTER 4 P-M- 45 AUTOS WANTED 58 MALE HELP WANTED A GOOD, JOURNEYMAN ELECTRI- clan wanted, lor commercial work. Apply: J and M Electric Ltd., 326 B 10th Street N. MANAGER AND COOK REQUIRED (or Top Pizza and House. Apply In person to end applications with particulars of mployment together with anticipate! wages to G. A. Sales, secretary of the aranch. 6 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES etreadable tire casings for ash Delivered to North Leth-ridge Mo-Tires Ltd., NEED YOU To assist us in distributing our product unique to Alberta. To help us yourself you should be an experienced sa esman with approved background. Absolutely no limit to earnings. Ex-perence In building products and cal ing on retail outlets would r E> W LIVESTOCK 'S' 328-1336, Letnbrldge. This could be full time or a superb supplement to your present line. Reply to Box 78, SEWING fl And now.for the Best Wage Earner's category, may I have the envelope, REQUIRED BY MAJOR NATIONAL TIRE COMPANY IN LETHBRIDGE. AGE 24-34, GRAnE 12, EXPERIENCE PREFERRED. EX-rELLENT PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES, FULL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, BONUS BASED ON PERFOR. MANCE APPLY WITH FULL DETAILS, TO P.O. BOX 5458, STATION A, CALGARY. ALTERATIONS AND roning done. In my home. Reasonable. Phone 32B-6911. ohn Drewry BUSINESS yio FARMER CUSTOM KILLING Wnd' processing. Wholesale LOST AND ELECTRIC RAZOR IN PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT ENANCE BRANCH FENDERS Will be recelv-undersigned up to ndard Time on Friday, 1971, for the construction wing work: mprovement District No. Spirit River, Alia. ent District No. 16 South ek, Alfa, a Gravel, Crushing and Trucks, Cubic yards, and Soecifica ions may be the Office of the Chief Engineer, Highways dmonton, Alberta, the 01-District Engineer, 1707 mh Igary, Alberta and the Of-District Engineer, Adm n-ilding, Lethbridge, Alber-be available only to in-miciled, regis ered and op-he Province of Alberta, or nips or corporations regis-perating In and who have a fixed place of bus ness ince of Alberta. A deposit Five Dollars (525.00) will for each copy of Contract cations taken. Each bid ccompanled by a marked bond equa to 10% er Tenders will be opened The lowest or any Tender r ly accepted. MINISTER OF HIGH-AND TRANSPORT B64 714 10th St. N. Phone STATION WITH RES1-enee, for rent In Hardieville, Alia, hone 328-2833. 47A LIVESTOCK OPENING EXISTS ON OUR OR. DER DESK FOR AN AGGRESSIVE MAN, WITH EXPERIENCE IN RETAIL BUILDING SUPPLIES. SHOULD BE ABLE TO ESTIMATE GARAGES, ETC A PERMANENT POSITION WITH A POSSIBILITY OF ADVANCEMENT IS OFFERED TO THE RIGHT MAN. CALGARY LOCATION. SALARY OFFERED S400 TO S500 PER MONTH. WRITE BOX 75, HERALD. OF KEYS ON RING WITH metallic gold braid attached. Phone 329-9366 investment could give you a erpetual income of up to an-iwally. No triflers. Box 68 SEALED by the clock Sta ugust 6th, the folio Project: North ot Improvem Fox Cre Excavatin oading to Contracts fatained at Maintenance uildlng, TORT1EP01HT SIAMESE wearing yellow bead collar and bell, around beginning of May. Phone 327-8701. 49 MACHINERY BUSINESS IN RED DEER, xclusively listed with Hicke Rea sta e Limited; Mr. Alf Cadman, 5014 9th Street, phone 346-6609. Ideal set j, gross turnover excess pen for silent investor or working artners. WANTED TO BUY GOOD TRAC-o" with or without loader. Box 43, Marysvllle, B.C. KEYS ON SMALL RING win leather tag. Near Acme TV, 13th St. N. Reward for return. Phone 327-4546, local WANTED GAB PUMP, WING TYPE No two. Phone MOTOR GRADER OPERATOR EXPERIENCED Must be able to maintain a division of the County cf ethbridge with o minimum of super-islon. Application forms available at SMALL BLACK SHAGGY oodle type male dog. Year old. From 19 12 St. C N. Wednesday. REWARD or return or Information leading to eturn. 327-2773. SOON New store and Ffice space basement for rent, n Blairmore's most desirable loca-ion Contact M. Finn Druqs, 562-2192 r write DDD Holdings Ltd. Box 168, B a rmcre. 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES crpap STEEL CAST IRON rnpppR Brass Radiators iatterles. VARZARI IRON LTD 1 SCRAP YARD, 3308 2nd Ava N Phone 328-9342. STORE, S TUATED IN eart of grain or cattle country. Would onsider equity In a duplex or resi-ence as part payment. Will lease with ption to purchase. Terms avallabla o reputable party. Yearly increase in olume. Health reasons for selling. Ex-ellent opportunity for a family business. Write Box 43, Lethbridge Herald. Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta. WISHES TO MEET ady J5 to 50, for companion on out-ngs. Box 76, Herald. N.W., C ce of the trai on Metals Steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone ASSISTANT MANAGER Required for expanding chain of Lumber, Hardware and Building Supply Stores In Alberta. Please reply in full confidence giving complete resume. Mr. A. Stepaniuk Superintendent Imperial Lumber Co. Ltd. Box 3177 EDMONTON, Alberta INFORMATION FOR he community. Phone 32B-V229. Office: Southeast door Central s dc rating in o partners ered and siablished n the f Twenty ie requirec nd Specif must be a heque or f the Tend i pub Ic. ot necesse L. H. DEPUT Wanted Large wooden or metal trunk. Call Christine 328-4411, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. XI THE BEST SELF iivorce Service in the West. 414-1298. W-10, Vancouver, B.C. 738-1731. 31 79-1 LOANS AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 320-3331 lesldent al, Commercia properties. :arms and ranches. City or OF LETHBRIDGE FOR information regarding discuss on groups, inquiries, literature, phone 357-7541. 1 739-1 SCRAP IRON Coppers Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 506 23rd St. North second ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem Phone 327-8049 or EXPERIENCED AUTOMOBILE SALESMAN Dunlop Ford, Southern Alberta's lota transportation centre requires ca salesmen. If you are a top producer and w sh to handle a leading line of both car and trucks and would like to operate out of the most modern automot ve facility In Southern Alberta, pleas contact: LYNDEN FOSTER General Sales Manager, Dunlop Ford Sales Mayor Magrath Drive and 16th Avenue South PHONE 328-8861 C6371-! i 0 MAN, Phone 328-8543. would like to meet lady 37 17 who enjoys music conversation and outings. Write Box 71, Herald. SAND AND GRAVEL General trucking, front-end loader ant topsoil. Phone 327-3047. ALBERTA 54A LICENCED ADDRESS LABELS Deluxe Gold Trimmed Gummed Li ie s printed with your name and ai dress. Only S2. Allow 30 days for Box 7272, Postal Station "E' Calgary. WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO OF KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE six weeks to six years Phone 328-2835. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328 5745. TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will tw race ved by the unders gned up to 11 o'c ock A.M. Standard Time on Wednesday, August A, 1971, for the construct on o the following work: H qhway 11, N. of Rocky Mountain House to North Saskatchewan River Mile 53.35 to Mile 54.46. Pro ect 3083 W.S.-35, Portable Weigh 5CHwy. S.E. of Rocky Mounta n Highway 11, Intersections! Treatment JcK Hwy. 11 end S.R. S. of Rocky Mountain House. Grading, Gravel Surfacing end Other Work. Approximate Quantities Cubic Yards of Excavation-3 000 Cubic Yards o Gravel Contract and specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction E n q I n e e r. Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Street, N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the D strict Engineer Administration Building, Lethbridge Alberta, and will be available only to individuals registered and operat ng in the Province of Alberta, or to part nerships wim supervisor and Assis ant for the month of Aug-jst at Keho Lake. Morning .essons only. More informa-ion phone 732-4774, Picture Burte. C SALES AND SERVICE. SER-v ces on all makes of washers ani dryers, automallc or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, rons, vacuum cleaners, elc. No too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 90S 3rd Ave. Phone 327-4456. masses CAOLDALE (HNS) Rev Michael Clifford will condu iis farewell masses in the Ambrose Roman C a t h o 1 Church at 9 and 31 a.m. Sun day, July 25. Father Clifford is leaving f New AND HEDGES TRIMMED OR removed. Free estimates. Phone University of Lethbridge Invites applications for an Academic Assistant Required by faculty of education for ihe Research Centre and Mobile Clln c. Academic qualifications should Include teaching certificate and work beyond B. Ed. degree. Experience in teaching desirable Responsible and mature person Duties to begin approximately September 15th Salary commensurate with qualifications CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS JULY 28, 1971 Please submit application to the: PERSONNEL OFFICE University of Lethbridge FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2094. OF M Land For Sa Scaled tenders markec will be received at Agent, City Hall, Medicine September 2nd, 1971, for parcels of land, for Tourist parcels are presently being c PACEL NO- HAT le By Tender "Tender No. Fi-505 Sole of the office o fthe Purchasing Hat, Alberta until noon, the purchase of the following Commercial development. These reated by replot. vision, cliff Drive, adjacent to Trans-ay and 7th Street S.W., and 1 1 acres more or less. will be ivision. ies 66 feet west of Parcel No. if 2.45 acres more or lett. 3 will be npanied by a plot plan, a floor tion, of the proposed dovelop-regoing a certified cheque for ust accompany the tender, and o upon acceptance of the suc-u Tender will be required to a ion Form" with tho City Land and conditions stated therein be selected by City Council on ty of the development in this as the Interest of the City may bids, to waive any Informality d which is doomed most favor-City, od subdivision Is available at mcnt. WILKINSON, asing Agent, f Medicino Hal, ne Hal, Alberta. B59 YOUR LAWN OR GARDEN RENTALS CALL WARDS AT 32B-8775. Nurseries Ltd. STILL AVAILABLE AT OUR SUBSTATION Open evenings Trees, shrubs, perennials, and frui trees. One mile west of Coaldale. Phone Closed Sundays. FREE DELIVERY AND ADVICE. ALL PLANTS GUARANTEED. POULTRY AND AND ROASTERS PAN ready, 38 cents per Ib., on dozen lots. Custom killing. H. DycK, Coaldale, 345-322J. 1 Corner of Ree Canada consisting of 2 Minimum acceptance pric PARCEL NO. 2 Plan Proposed subd Block 4 This property 1 and consists Minimum acceptance pric Each bid must be accor plan and an artist's concep ment. In addition to the fc 10% of the tender price, nr Jhe balance will be payab cessful Tender, Tho success complete a "Property Applk Department and all terms shall apply. The successful bid w II Ihe basil of the dcsirabtli area. The right Is reserved, require to reject any or all in bids, and to accept tho b nblo to tho Interest of the A plan of tho propo tho City Land Sales Depart S. W. Purch City c PETS AND DACHSHUND. TWO YEARS old. Female. Silver Dapple. Registered. 327-9422. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES EXIST FOR -Cooks Janitors Hairdressers DabYSlMcrs Taxi Drivers Chambermaids Auto Mechanics Laundry workers Manager Trainees Kitchen Helpers Water Well Driller Office Machine Servicemen For information regarding these and other vacancies Contact CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 419 7th Street S. lethbridge Phone 327-8535 POODLE FEMALE PUPS Distemper pup shots given. each. Phone 327-2552. PUREBRED REG1S-tered, four years old, male. Phone M5--15aa. TOY POMERANIAN pups. Health ccrtlflcata on request. Phone 466-5735, Nflnton. GERMAN SHORT-halr Pointer pups. Some solid 1 ver color. Bred for hunting. Phono Calqary 271-9529. YEAR OLD MALE DOG, HALF Terrier and Chlhunhua, to be q ven away. Phono 327-1789, after 5 p.m. BUSINESS TIME INCOME Rolllllnn nnd collecting money from NEW TYPE hloh-quftlltv coin-operate dispensers In your urea. No soiling To quality you must hove re erencos, iMO to cash. Seven twelve hours weekly can net excellent monthly Income. Moro lull-time. For personal Interview wrlle CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, 1U Bay St., 205, Toronto 1, Ontaro. Dhoni THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Intends to apply to The Alberta Liquor Control Board for a licence to sell beer, wine and liquor by the glass for consumption only on the licensed portion of the premises in accordance with the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act and the Reg- ulations made thereunder with re- spect to tha following described prem- ises: Name of Applicant: ORTLIEB RIEWE HOTELS LTD. Lethbridge Hotel Address: 5th Street and 2nd Avenue South, Lethbridge, Alberta. Lot 19 to 22. Block 18. Plan No. 4353 S Objections to this application shall be made forthwith to The Alberta Li- quor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Lethbridqe, Alberta, this 10th day of July, 1971. ORTLIEB RIEWE HOTELS LTD. WALDEMAR ORTLIEB PRESIDENT. Pattern DEAKOFF Pearl (Kal- of Bellevue, passed away in a Lcthbridge hospital, Friday, July 23, 1971, at age 70 years. She was born in Kenora, Sask. on January 15, 1901 and migrated to Brilliant, B.C. in 1913, to Lundbreek in 1915 and to Bellevue in 1964, where she resided until the time of her death. She married Mike Deak- off in Shouldice in March, 1928. Predeceased by her father in 1949, her mother in 1953, both In Lundbreck; one sister, Mrs. Mary Verlgan in Bellevue, April, 1964. Survivors include her husband, Mike of Bellevue; one son, George, Oresent Val- ley, B.C.; one daughter, Mrs. H. (Ann) Hakze, Bellevue; two granddaughters and one grand- son. Funeral service was held at the Lundbreck Prayer Home. Interment followed in the Cowlcy Lundbreck United Dukhobors Cemetery. Fantin Chapels Ltd., was in charge. C6417 TAYLOR Agnes, formerly of 1510 7th Ave. N., passed away in the city on Saturday, July 24, 1971, at the age of 89 years. Mrs. Taylor had resided at the Edith Cavell Nursing Home for the past number of Born in Motherwell, Rider and three Ida and Louise Mrs. Taylor came to years. Scotland, Canada in 1910 and a short time later was married to Jack Taylor and she continued to re- side here until the time of her passing. She was a member of the CWL and took an active part in church work as long as she was able. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Reg (Mary) Forster, Lethbridge and Mrs. Percy (Catherine) Rossiter, St. Albert; two sons, John of Calgary and Jim of Lethbridge; also 18 grandchil- dren and 10 great-grandchil- dren. Requiem Mass will be held in St. Basil's Catholic Church, Tuesday, July 27 at a.m., with Father G. Marien as celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary cemetery. Prayers will be said in St. Basil's Catholic Church on Monday (tonight) at p.m. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C6424 LITTLE MAN (RIDER) Passed away on Friday, July 23, 1971, Mary Little Man aged 65 years of the Blood Reserve. She is survived by three sore, Joe and Sam daughters, Rider and Margaret Little Man of the Blood Reserve; sev- en grandchildren. The funeral service will be held in St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church, Standoff, Tuesday, July 27, 1971 at 10 a.m., Rev. T Duhaime officiating. Inter- ment will be in Standoff Cem- etery. A wake service will be held in the Rider residence, Standoff, Monday evening (.to- night) Funeral Arrangements by Ed'en's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. C6419 BOLDUC Saturday, July 24, 1971, M e d u s Bolduc, aged 84 years, Vulcan. Born in Ish- pening, Mich., came to Barhill, Alta. in 1908 where he home- steaded until 1918, when he moved to Travers district. Re- tired to Vulcan in 1954. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Vulcan. He is survived by two sons, Floyd at Slavery and Billie, Lomond; six grand- children and one great-grand- child; several nephews and nieces in U.S.A. Predeceased by his wife Katie in February 1971. Services at the Vulcan United Church, Wednesday at p.m., the Reverend W. Julian officiating. Interment, M o u n tarn View Cemetery, Lethbridge. Vulcan Funeral Home, in charge arrange- ments. C6416 Quick, knit glamorous wardrobe for her doll. Knits have "give" easy for a Aild to dress doll! Use left over yarn for dress, bath- ing suit, shorts, slacks, 3 pc. suit for teen doll. Pat- tern 7034: easy directions. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamp, please) add 15 cent for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to: THE LETHBRTDGE HERALD Readers Mnil Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Olnario passed away in Cardston after a lengthy ill- ness on Saturday, July 24th, 1971, at the age of 76 years, be- loved wife of Mr. George Lox- ton, of Lethbridge, formerly of Magrath. Mrs. Loxton came to Alberta with her parents in 1901. She attended the schools of Stirling and the Knight Aca- demy of Raymond. On Septem- ber 1st of 1916 she was mar- ried to Mr. George Loxton in Stirling, and they resided at Coalhurst for ten years, then to Calgary for two years and then returned to Magrath where she continued to reside until 1964, when her health forced her to go into the Cardston Auxiliary Hospital and where she was at the time of her passing. She was an active member of the LDS> Church and was especial- ly loved by children and was called Aunt Noan by all the children in the community. She leaves to mourn her pass- ing besides her loving husband, George, two daughters, Mrs. W. J. (Zelma) Strong of Ma- grath and Mrs. D. L. (Nelda) Bullock of Lo'.hbridge; three sons, George Leroy of Toronto, DeLoy of Magrath and Garth of Salmon Arm, B.C.; nine grandchildren; one great- grandchild; one sister, Mrs. A. E. (Ella) Hancock of Ray- mond; three brothers, Harold Christensen of Stirling, Allan Christensen of Lethbridge and LaNay Christensen of Brooks. Funeral services will bo held in the Magrath LDS Church on Wednesday, July 2flth, at 2 p.m., with Elder Burns Hnrkcr conducting. Interment will fol- low in the Magrath cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service at tho church in Mngrath. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C6427 JOHNSON-Passed away at Vauxhall on Friday, July 23, 1971, Albert J., of Vauxhall at the age of 71 years. Born at Vennesla Norway, August 28, 1899. He emigrated to Tuttle, North Dakota, with Ms par- ents in 1908, moved to Enchant in 1928. Mr. Johnson started farming at Vauxhall in 1931, re- tiring to town in 1965. Survi- vors are one sister, Mrs. Alta Lamond of Vauxhall; five brothers, Ingvald, Melvin, Tel- man, Gordon all of Vauxhall, John of Brooks. Funeral ser- vice will be conducted from the Evangelical Free Church in Vauxhall on Tuesday, July 27, at 2 p.m., Rev. Keith McNeil officiating. Interment will be in Vauxhall Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the Evangelical Free Church memorial fund appreciated, care of Mrs. Alta Lamond, Vauxhall. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Tabcr, in Charge of Arrangements. C6423 CARDS OF THANKS PONTAROLLO We would like to express our sincere thanks to our frierals in Leth- bridge and district for their ex- pressions of sympathy, flowers and donations to the artificial kidney unit, during our recent bereavement. A special thanks to mom and dad. Mark and Linda, Ariadne and Richard. 3495-26 IN MEMORIAM IIELWIO In loving mem- ory of a dear son and brother, Bob Hclwig, who passed away July 26, Just a prayer from those who loved you, Just memory, fond and true In our hearts you will live forever, Because we thought the world of you. loved, remembered and sadly missed by mom, dad, Dick and Dianne 3564 IUJSY CROSSING In one day Nassau County re- ported that cars had passed the county line to New York City on the Long Island Expressway. ;