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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHMIDGE HERAID Monday, July 30, 1973 51 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SAIE OR RENT BUS CAMPER FCR SALE. PHONE 32B-1873. SEVENTEEN FT. REBEL TRAILER. Phone 327-3209. M08-31 CONVERTED BUS Phone 327-O09. CAMPER 3100-tf FIFTEEN FT. TRAVELAIRE. SELF- contained. Sleeps five. 1815 ISth Aye. So. 6oo7-l STARCRAFT TRAILER SLEEPS eight. Excellent condition. Phone FOR RENT 14 FT. HOLIDAY trailer and set of cribbing forms. Phone 328-4707. 5483-tf PLYWOOD CAMPER WITH JACKS Eight ft. long, seven ft. wide, six ft. high. Phone 327-8201. M97-H 53 AGRICULTURAL WANTED WANTED 200 TONS OAT OR barley straw or part of It. New or old. No Sunday calls. Phone 345-4627. 54 AUTOS WANTED WANTED VEGA AUTOMOBILE. Preferably GT. Phone 327-9548. 6468-30 WILL PAY TOP CASH PRICE FOR clean, low mileage, 1965 to 1970 Chev- elle Mallbu V-8, automatic (283 All details please. Private Party. Box 90, Herald. 6627-1 CASH PAID For used cars and trucks or will cept consignment. TOWN COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 328-3654 C3998-tf TENT TRAILER AND LAWN TRAC tor. Excellent condition. Phone 328- S760. 4731-30 1966 GMC HANDIBUS DELUXE Interior, radio. Suitable for camper Phone 327-0322. See 2226-18th Ave. e FOURTEEN FT. HOLIDAY TRAILER Stove, refrigerator and ice box. Sleep four. First takes. Call 328-437! 6733-3 FOR RENT Hardtop tent trailer with extr storage space. Phone 328-3957. 6624-2 EIGHT FT. LYNN CAMPER (NO Complete with ice box sink, stove. Camper Jacks. 234- 4194 Ft. Macleod, after 6 p.m. 6527- 52 MOBILE HOMES 14X68 THREE BEDROOM PARA mount 1973 model. Contact Mr. Mrs. Lyle Heck after p.m., 234 3847 or may be seen at 1004 2nd Ave. Fort Macleod. 6776- LOOK Before you buy at our wide seleetlo of single and double wides alsc sectional homes. Special prices even 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 DOUBLE-WIDE SAVE 950 sq. ft. In size, three bedroom. In- comparable construction features with the extras. Immediate delivery come In and see it at: UNITED MOBILE HOME and DEVELOPMENT CO. Cor. 3rd Ave. and Scenic Drive (Across from A and W) Phone 327-1780 or 327-0822 Sunday 1-5 C819-t! JOE'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. JOE TARNAVA Summer Sale Now On THE HOME OF KNIGHT SCHMIDT DOUBLE WIDE AND SINGLE UNITS 6ENDALL 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 a.m. 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. 6 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. 5 p.m. C9826-tf Month End Clearance On Mobile Homes All mobile homes in stock at great reductions. Examp'es 14 x U ft. new fully furnished mobile homes. Choice of two or three bed- room models. Regular retail SPECIAL 14 by 68 ft. New mobile homes Fully furnished, carpet in living room and master bedroom, slider windows and front bay windows. Choice of two different floor plans. Regular retail S12.495 SPECIAL Low lew down payments. Up to 12 year bank financing. MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES LTD Where after sale service is standard, not an optional extra. Open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- day evening 'til p.m. showing. PHONE 327-1986 RES. RAY 328-2507 FRED 327-9103 Highway Three East Lethbridge C831-7 53 AGRICULTURAL WANTED WANTED TO BUY MIXED W ton In field. Phone 3274335. 56 LIVESTOCK WANTED WANTED TWO WELL-BROKE horses, for a reasonable price. Phone 327-7132. X3292-30 DEAD STOCK OF charge. LETHBRIHGE RENDERING. Phone 328-1336, Lethbridge. C8075-tr HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES AND SIZES. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry Phone 328-2911. C3659-W MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbridge. C206-tf 60 MISC. ARTICLES WANTEt WANTED TRAILER FOR ALUMI- num 12 ft. boat. Cheap. Box 99, Herald. 6809-tf WANTED Corral rails. 12 or 16 'ft. lengths. 328-5541, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Ask for Gerard. 6838-31 SCRAP CAST IRON COPPER Brass Radiators Batteries. VAR- ZARI IRON LTD. SCRAP YARD. 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-9342. C5568-tf HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels end cast Batteries, radiatois. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-C261 C9985-tf SCRAP IRON paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 33rd St. N. C646-H 62 FARM EMPLOYMENT WANTED WANTED IMMEDIATELY RES- ponsible position on dryland grain farm by experienced farmer and me- chanic. Require good house for large family. Phone RAY 327-0967, evenings. 6839-31 63 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED GIRL, 13, WILL BABYSIT DAYS until September 2nd; evenings and weekends anytime. Phone 328-7642. 6670-1 WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT ONE child la your home. Phone 327-2069. 6451-31 65 HELP WANTED MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST FOR DOC tor's office. Part time. Experlenc preferred. Write Box 91, Herald. 6672-31 WE ARE SEEKING AN AMBITIOUS PERSON Who Is dissatisfied with their presen lob and would like to loin a successfu sales organization. Individual mus have a good work record. Starting salary monthly, plu bonus. Write Box 96. Herald 6759-31 Applications for the position of Assis- tant to the Maintenance Supervisor Cardston School Division No. 2 wil be accepted until Wednesday, Augus 8, 1973. Applications should be in writ ing stating qualifications, age, exper ence and salary expected and at dressed to: C. M. Pilling Secretary-Treasurer Cardston School Division No. 2, Box 10, Cardston, Alberta C891- Employment Opportunities Required by our rapidly expandin HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTRE Experienced buildinq material sale clerks. We offer a full range of em ployee benefits including the oppor tunity for advancement in our com pany. Salary commensurate with ex perience. For personal interview please con tact: MR. ERVIN BUCK REVELSTOKE COMPANIES LTD. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA C919-30 No Realtor can guarantee you success in Real Estate but we can give yot honest answers to your questions I BLOCK BROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. For personal Interview call Fran Tinord! at 32W044 (days) or 327-347 C34U-H -UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY- Age no barrier if you have selling ap- titude. High calibre retired person often successful in this field. Calling on commercial. Industrial and institu tional executives, all potential users Company will train Experience in our field not necessary Unlimited earnings High commissions Re- peat business Group insurance Exclusive products Managemen opportunity Car necessary If you are accepted, you must start immed iately. Write stating references to Verd-A-Ray Ind. Ltd., No. 250, One Palliser Square, 125 9th Avenue S.E Calgary, Alta. T26 OP6. 6844-7h 64 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED ODD JOBS DONE FOR OLD FASH- lonsd wages. Phone 328-9586. 6492-30 MARRIED MAN SEEKS STEADY employment driving truck or f a r m work. Phone 653-3691, Cardston. 6708-4 HEAVY DUTY TRUCK MECHANIC PREFERABLY WITH DIESEL EX- PERIENCE. OFFERING EXCELLENT MONTHLY SALARY AND FRINGE BENEFITS. CONTACT Service Manager DUNLOP FORD Sales Ltd. C890-2 65 HELP WANTED CONTACT CARPENTER REQUIRED to work for one week. Phone 654-2342, Vauxnall. C9S6-1 WANTED MECHANICALLY INCLIN- ed youthful person, minimum age 22. Apply in person to NEUKO SHEET METAL LTD., 1811 2nd Ave. S. C957-13 WE HAVE AN IMMEDIATE OPEN- 'ng for a mature sales clerk for child ren's wear department. This is a full time position. Apply In person to Kresge's. C958-1 SCHOOL VAN DRIVER required for feeder bus and tris to Lethbridge and return School Days. Class "2" Operators license required. Salary to be negotiated. Send written applications to BARONS CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 3 Box 154, BARONS, ALBERTA C899-30 PROCESS SHIFT OPERATORS Palliser Distillers Require Process Shift Operators 'reference will be given to those ap- Ilcants with previous experience Third or Fourth Class steam en- gineering. Gas plant or refinery operations Process plant operations Apply to Canada Manpower Centre 419 7th St. S. Phone 327-8535 THE COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE HAS AN OPENING FOR A QUALI- FIED ASSESSOR, AND WHOSE DUTIES ARE TO INCLUDE ALSO, THAT OF A DEVELOPMENT OFFI. CER. THE POSITION WILL BE OPEN SEPTEMBER 1, 1973 OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS POSSIBLE. APPLICANTS SHOULD STATE A RE- SUME OF THEIR FULL QUALIFICA- TIONS AND PERSONAL DATA. SAL. ARY IS NEGOTIABLE. SUBMIT ALL APPLICATIONS TO: W. R. Madill Manager County of Lethbridge No. 26 214 13th Street Sooth, Lethbridge, Alberta C926-30 I JOB OPPORTUNITIES MEAT CUTTER Fully experienced. BUTCHER Fully experienced. CARPENTERS Journeyman. PARTS MANAGER Experienced in GM parts and accessories. WATCH REPAIRMAN Fully exper- ienced with five years in trade. AUTO MECHANICS Journeyman. Positions in Cardston, Fort Macleod and vauxhall. DIESEL MECHANIC Journeyman. OFFICE MACHINE MECHANIC Experienced. SCRAPER OPERATOR Experienc- ed in land leveling. TRACTOR TRAILER Experienced. STENOGRAPHER IV Shorthand at 80 words per minute. Three posi- tions available. Government of Can- ada positions. NURSING AIDE Uncertified. Shift work. CREDIT CLERK Experience In credit office. SHIPPING AND RECEIVING CLERK Grade 12. Heavy work involved. SHORT ORDER COOKS Exper- ienced or will train. For information regarding these and other employment opportunities contact your CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 419-7 St. S. Phone 327-8535 lethbridge. Alberta TRUDY O Fmtum loc. 1573. "I call it "meat loaf surprise" because you've had it two days in a row and I KNOW you didn't expect it again 65 HELP WANTED CARPENTERS FOR FRAMING IN town and out. Phone 328-2120. 6124-31 APARTMENT CARETAKER MAN- AGER COUPLE REQUIRED. WRITE BOX 86, HERALD. 6532-31 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL PART TIME BAR WAITER-WAIT- ress. Apply fn person, Ed Phillips, Alexandra Hotel. OPENING FOR THREE PEOPLE IN fast growing business. Write Box 76, Herald for interview. 6327-31 PERSON FOR DELIVERY. MUST have own car. Apply after p.m., Shanghai Chop Suey. C821-30 TRUCK DRIVER FOR LOCAL PICK- up. Some knowledge of loading and also to work in yard. NATIONAL SALVAGE LTD. C428-ff EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER Capable of handling accounts payable, monthly trial balance, etc. Apply Bill Varzari, Varzari Iron Ltd. 2S08 2 Ave. N. C746-tf OPPORTUNITY WE CAN SHOW you how to make your dreams come true in your spare time. Write for interview appointment to Box 77, Her- ald. 6349-31 We need Two Real Estate Salesmen. Call anytime. PERKINSON ENTERPRISES EXCLUSIVE Agents for FINE LINE HOMES C565-tf ATTENTION! FARMERS AND TRUCKERS Wanted trucks and drivers to haul silage for three weeks. Dave Caldei'- wcod, 236.2125, Granum. 6098-30 ROD BUSTER CAPABLE OF OPER- ating benders and associated equip- ment in rebar yard. Wages commensu- rate with ability. Varzari Iron Ltd., 2808 2nd Ave. N. CISMf CASHIER AND SALES mmediate full time opening. Also re- quire part-time commencing August st. Apoly in person only. STORES, 318 61h St. S. FIELD C853-31 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY. EXPER- enced teller for full time employment August and Dart time thereafter. Apply TORONTO DOMINION BANK, College Shopping Mall. Phone 327-2194. C879-1 WANTED: Painter for major body shop, also Journeyman or third-year apprentice for frame and alignment. Top wages, all company benefits. Phone Edmonton 434-7318 after 7 p.m. MATURE, CAPABLE PERSON TO handle complete bookkeeping irocedure, stock control, do accurate yping and ether general work. Please reply stating age, salary expected, availability and include references to Box 98, Herald. 6810-31 GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT RE- quires waitress-waiter. Apply in per- son, Henry Yee. Phone 328-2525. C 880-24 EXPERIENCED er. Also experienced dishwasher. Apply after p.m., Shanghai Chop Suey. C823-30 68 DOMESTIC BABYSITTER REQUIRED RDR TWO school aged boys. Shift work Involved. Dieppe Blvd. area. Phone 328-4863. 6709-2 HOUSEKEEPER FOR ONE MALE adult. Modern home In country. Light duties. Driver's licence essential. P.O. Box 148, Nanton. 6812-31 HELP TO DO LIGHT COOKING AND housekeeping on ranch, for two or three persons. In new modern home. Good wage. Give full particulars about self to P.O. Box 90S, Fort Macleod, Alta. 6652-4 HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED For elderly gentleman. Prefer some- one who would live in although would consider someone who would come during the day. Some nursing exper- ience might be helpful, although by no means essential. If interested please contact RALPH OR CATHY THRALL HOME: 327-0753 OFFICE: 327-1501 MAIL: BOX 700, LETHBRIDGE 6493-30 69 FARM WANTED__Responsible person to work in hog barn. House supplied. Wages negotiable. Write Box 101, Herald. 6860-tf 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES 84 GARDENING ROTOTILLING HAVE HARD ground? Lots of weeds? Want to make a garden plot bigger for next year? New ground prepared tor lawn. Satis- faction guaranteed. 327-1127. GARDEN MASTER! FREE ESTI mates. Rototllllng, lawns put In, com. plete !awn and garden care. Call your garden master at 327-8063, anytime. 5692-3A Chief Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone 328-0924 Still Available! EVERGREENS TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA. 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS C8MO.tf 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FARM FRESH YOUNG FRYERS AND roasters. Pan ready 52 cents per Ib. Free delivery. Custom killing. H. 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES IRISH SETTER PUPS. REGISTER- ed. 323-5321. 6714-2 GOOD HOME FOR BLACK LAB, male, six months. 732-4654, Picture Butte. 6715-3 REGISTERED FEMALE STANDARD size poodle for sale. Phone Emmy, 327-0239. 6751-30 TROPICAL FISH, AQUARIUMS, equipment, etc. Any reasonable offers. 'hone 328-3417. 6734-2 FOUR DOGS TO BE GIVEN AWAY. One year old horse for sale. 732-4975, 'icture Butte. 6818-30 TO GIVE AWAY _ MOTHER DOG and six puppies. Five six weeks old, one one-year-old. Phone 327-9128. 6746-30 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP for rent. Phone 653-3182 or 653-3704, Cardston. 4148-tf FOR SALE GOING CONCERN confectionery, excellent city location, "tock included. For more infomation phone 327-3638. 6819-31 NTERESTED COUPLE TO LEASE ROOM OPERATION OF HOTEL BU: NESS. WRITE BOX 88, HERALD FO FURTHER INFORMATION. C85S-3 DEATHS HAYWARD Wednesday, July 25, 1973 Mrs. Marguerite Hayward age 66 years of 221 7th St. S. E., Medicine Hat. Sur- viving her passing are her hus- band Cliff; her mother, Mrs. C. M. Allen of Lethbridge; one son Jim of Calgary, daughter- in-law Mary Anne and three granddaughters; three broth- ers, Everett Allen of Brooks, Connie of Pincher Creek, Tun of Medicine Hat; three sisters, Mrs. Fern (Adams) of Medicine Hat, Mrs. Irma (Philpott) of Brooks, Mrs. Aryle (Hartman) of Lethbridge; stepdaughter Gloria Hayward of Portland, Oregon; special cousins, Ken and Myrtle Sweet of Belling- ham, Washington and their families; several aunts, uncles and cousins in Bow Island dis- trict and in the U.S.A. from Missouri to California. Born August 13, 1906 in Deering, N.D., homesteaded with par- ents in Bow Island district in 1910. Lived in Brooks from 1938 to 1942. In 1945 married to Cliff Sayward. Very active in Even- ng Ladies Curling Club from 1946 to Cliffs retirement in 1970, since then they have en- ipyed traveling, camping and 'ishing. Funeral services were leld Friday afternoon in Cook's Funeral Chapel, Medi- cine Hat, Rev. R. C. Worden officiated. Interment in Hillside Cemetery. Arrangement were entrusted to COOK'S FUNER- AL CHAPEL LTD., Medicine Hat. 6868 WELL ESTABLISHED TREE SER 'ice on Vancouver Island. All moder quipment. Opportunity for ambitious person. Box 71, Lethbridge Herald. 6146-3 WANTED ANYONE HAVING msiness or revenue property aroun profit range in Southen A beta. Write Box 81, Herald. 6412-28 COUNTRY GROCERY STORE FOI ent in Saskatchewan. Has all mo Jern equipment and some stock. Wi give easy terms on stock or will trade Please reply to Box 1150, Claresholm Alberta. KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre 328-2509. C4658-H 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY 'ersonnel for truck equipment shop. Must be able to weld and should have knowledge cf hydraulics, ruck Equipment, P.O. Dietrich's Box 643, Lethbridge. Phone 328-3254. C934-31 AUTO BODY MECHANICS West Fernie Auto Body Write Box 412 Fernie, B.C. 6811-3 EXPERIENCED Alternator, gen- erator, regulator and starter repair lectrician with some air cooled engine epair knowledge to work in well known established business: State experience nd wages expected to Box 592. Leth- bridge. C9860-tf )PENING IN LETHBRIDGE, COAL- >ALE, RAYMOND AND MILK RIVER- Make new friends and pay your ills with money you can earn as an WON Representative. It is easy and (warding. Call: Mrs. ML Scott, 2514 23rd Ave. S. Phone 328-7424. C82S-30 WANTED FOR PROGRESSIVE southern Alberta town aggressive, self tartina feed mill manager with good knowledge of cattle nutrition. Will be responsible for production, sales and credit for a mill with present sales cf approximately per month. >pply with resume of past experience nd salary expected. Write Box 97. [eraW. 6778-31 THE LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH OF THE BARONS EUREKA HEALTH NIT OFFERS A UNIQUE CHAL- ENGE TO AN INTERESTED IND1- 1OUAL TO TRAIN AS A PUBLIC EALTM INSPECTOR UNDE8 A ROVINCIAL BURSARY PROGRAM. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ONTACT KEHN SLOM. SEN- OR PUBLIC HEALTH INSPECTOR, ARONS EUREKA HEALTH UNIT. -O. BOX 328, COW-DALE, ALBER- A. PHONE 345-3088. C9Z7-31 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL PEDAL STEEL PLAYER WOULD like to join country and western group. Write Box 93, Herald. 6712-2 DANCE BAND FOR HIRE For weddings, etc. Phone LEN ERLENDSON, 327-6817. 6027-tf EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC PHONE 328-2167. C4951-H EXPERIENCED DRUMMER WOULD LIKE TO JOIN ESTABLISHED GROUP. MUSIC OF ANY KIND. PHONE 328-4411, LOCAL 31 BEFORE 4 P.M.; 328-4231 AFTER 5 P.M. X3294-30 PROFESSIONAL RECORDING Remote and studio facilities available with professional equipment and musi- cians. For information contact Hilder's TV 328-4224. 6535-8 78 LOST AND FOUND CCM SCRAMBLER BOY'S RED Bi- cycle missing from Lion's Swimming Pool. Lie. Phone 327-3402- 6814-31 FOUND IN PINCHER CREEK AREA Full grown Collie. Phone 562-2689, Blairmore. 6861-30 LOST BROWN AND WHITE MALE, Terrier-Chihuahua cross, brown collar with license No. U62. Lost since July 15th. Reward. Phone 327-1629. 681S-31 REWARD OFFERED FOR RETURN OF WEDDING GIFT BLACK AND SILVER SEIKO DIVER'S WATCH. LOST IN ELKWATER C A M P- GROUNDS SATURDAY, JULY 21. ENGRAVED "FOREVER, SUE. AU- GUST 7, 1971." COALDALE. 345-3013. BOX 315, 6494-30 79 PERSONAL SPINNET PIANO WANTED BY MUSIC teacher to store for use of the same. Phone 327-0937. M96-30 AtCOHOUCS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 237-9319 or 32S-3246, after p.tn. SO SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRSY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRSY COMPANY OF LETH- 8RIDGE 328-8962. CONFECTIONERY AND GROCER> TORE IN BURDETT. WITH LIV NG QUARTERS. PRICED TO SELL NCLUDING ALL EQUIPMENT. ML CONTACT OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATi COALDALE CTM-IIA Business building for sale o lease, centre of Main Street Fernie. Immediate occupancy Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. Tta-tf WE ARE INTERESTED IN PURCHAS- ing a complete inventory of furniture appliances or carpeting. Any mer chant interested in selling out his m tire stock please write Box 100, Her aid, with particulars. All replies strict ly confidential. C943- BE INDEPENDENT- ACT FAST See this News and Novelty store 1 City of Lethbridge. Showing good re- turns. Full price only Premise rented at per month. STU 327 4142. N.R.S. 272. Block Bros. Nations Real Estate Service Ltd. 328-235J C944-78 ROYAL TRUST 323 7 St. S. Phone 328-7761 Multiple Listing Service TABER Welding and blacksmith shop located In the centre of the beet growing cap! tal of Southern Alberta. Business shows excellent return on investment 1700 sq. ft. metal building on one acre of land. Price includes all necessary equipment. Call RAY LAVALLEY for further information 345-3462. M.L.S. C91Mf 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ Agencies (1972) Limited College Mall. Phone 318-3331 The wides? facility available. We con- sider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing: In small and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South 3ZM2S1. TEHOGRAPHER REQUIRED FOR Office. State qualifications, ex- wrienoe and salary expected. Reply Sox 95, Herald. 017-30 FtONTIERS OF SCIENCE HOPE FOR STROKE VICTIMS Port 1 AU. ROUND TJCNV AM A.VIER.ICA.U DEVISED A -TECHNIQUE: THWT AAE SCWJJ WITH CERESRAi. PiiSX IN MOST CASES. AMD CCTEN RESTORES PULL OP APFECTED UMBS. MIWJV OC TWESE UMBS CM OWE FREtTS CAVESTROUGHlhG AND Interior and ertertor decor- atft.0. Free estimates. 3ZB-125B. 25S9-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL JWbber stamps, corporate seals, dsters, etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone AUTHOR-IZEO GENERAL ELECTRIC lawn mower reboHflins service. Sarc Repair Ltd., 1011 3rd Ave. S. 327-2656. 2093-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, Jrons. vacuum cleaners, etc. No idb too large or too small LETHBRlDGE APPLIANCE, 90S 3rd Ave. Phone 327-UU. C73S34f 84 GARDENING ROTOTILLING, LANDSCAPING AND itwns seeded. Phone 329--03M. 3600-tf MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates, Pruning, trlmmlno awfl fell- Ing. Call 378-2094 or 377-13Z3. 7tSD-tf LANDSCAPING, LAWNS SEEDED, torfed, graded, and fertilized. Tree pruning aDd removal. Fret MORTGAGE MONEY Formers-Merchants Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 C91Mf 90 CONTRACTS ODD JOBS. MINOS REPAIRS AND painting. Phone 32S-1339, between a.m. and 12 noon. JOURNEYMAN PAINTERS Contracts, free estimates. Phone J62S-2A OUAL1TY CEMENT WORK SIDE- walks, patios, driveways, etc. Rea- sonable prices. Phone 3Z7-3432. Free estimates. 6DD7-A2S GARAGE 8UJLD1NG, CEMENT WORK and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1D20 Tfh Ave. S. Phone 327-MB2. FRED STE1NER CEMENT WORK, did basements dug, water proofing. In- fret estimates. Pnont CJWl-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES HOOFING, S74S. FENCES REPAIRED, 8U1LT. M1S- cetlanraut building. Bflewyltcs, tfrTves, t9c. Jim JBMfHL 3MMf PLETT Passed away in Coaldale on Sunday, July 29th ;973, Kattoerina Plett, beloved wife of the late Cornelius Plett of Coaldale. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed by CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd. Directors of Funeral Services. C962 CANTWELL Passed away in the city on Friday, July 27, 1973, Mrs. Mickey (Maude) Faith (Carlson) Cantwell, at the age of 80 years of 619 6th St. S. A graveside service was held today (Monday) at p.m., Rev. A. T. King officiat- ed. Interment followed in Moun- tain View Cemetery. MARTTN BEOS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C963 90 CONTRACTS ECONOMY PAINTING AND DECOR- ating. Very neat, very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5W2-tf PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS FOR HAY Tenders are Invited for the supply and delivery of 350 tons of alfalfa hay, second cutting, light grass mix, to the Agriculture Canada Research Station, Lethbridge, Alberta. Bids will be accepted on all or any par.'. Bids will close Monday, August 13th, 1973. For further Information and quotation request forms, contact C. G. Schren- Ing, Assistant Administrative Officer, Agriculture Canada Research Station, Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 327-4561. B76 Government of Canada THESE COMPETITIONS ARE OPEN TO BOTH MEN AND WOMEN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OFFICERS 14 71 hour In Yukon Territory SUO per hour In Northwest Territories ASSISTANT RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OFFICERS W.25 per hour in Yukon Territory per hour in Northwest Territories (Above salaries under negotiation) .Plus isolated posts allowance and supervisory allowance, where applic- able) >partmeut of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Norttwn Af- fairs Branch. VARIOUS LOCATIONS- YUKON TERRITORY and NORTH- WEST TERRITORIES. ntereSed applicants should have for- mal training in a natural resource field experience in a resource based adostry (seismic operations, mineral exploration, togging) or in a govern- ment renewable resowce management program. Knowledge of equipment and machinery used in geophysical ton. drilling, earth moving, land clwr- np, timber harvesting and control is also recruited. win be given to applicants wno arc able to communicate with native residents art nave some of local culture and economic condl- 3 ens. Housing Is available at reasonable ant. Removal costs are paid In applic- able. Successful candidates and their oapnifltiits will be required to pass a ire-employment medical examination. as a result of this com- petition are subject to the provisions of Public Service Employment Act. Cnrxnvledge of me English language s essential. This competition Is open o residents of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories and Yoton Ter- ritory. Closing Date: AuauSt 10, 1973. Quote Competition No. 73-1AN-OC-357 Apply on Form WAN avail- at Offices ot The PoWc "mission of Canada and Canada tenpowcr Centres or at Post Cfficcs n areas wftere Canada Manpower are not located, to: DEATHS SLOBODA Passed away in the city on Sunday, July 29, 1973, following a brief illness, Mr. Joseph Sloboda at the age of 70 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Bernardina Sloboda of 308 5th Avenue, Warner. Funer- al arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direct- ors of the Funeral Service. C964 TURNER James Turner, beloved husband of Bertha Turner of Blairmore, passed away in the Crowsriest Pass Hospital on Saturday, July 28, 1973, at age 78 years. He was born in Springhill, Nova Scotia on January 18, 1893 and has re- sided in Blairmore for the past 70 years. He was a life mem- ber of the Blairmore Branch of The Canadian Legion and serv- ed in the First World War in France at yimy Ridge from 1915 to 1919. During his many years in Blairmore, he worked as a miner for the West Can- adian Collieries and also operat- ed Vets Taxi. In March 1930, he married the former Bertha Pire in Blairmore: He was pre- deceased by his parents in Blairmore. Besides his wife in Blairmore, he is survived by four sisters, Mrs. F. (Lillian) Smith 'of Canmore, Mrs. J. (Grace) Lote of Surrey, B.C., Mrs. E. (Margaret) Campbell of Portland and Mrs. H. (Bea- trice) Duncan of California; one brother, William Turner of Vic- toria, B.C. Funeral services were held in Fantin's Blairmore Chapel on Monday July 30, Rev. Doug Dunn offi- ciated. Cremation followed. In lieu of flowers, persons wishing may donate to the Dr. Aiello Memorial Fund, care of the Crowsnest Pass Municipal Hos- pital, Blairmore. F A NT IN CHAPELS LTD., in charge. C961 CARD OF THANKS McKAY We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and ap- preciation to friends and rel- atives for cards, flowers, and food, and for the many offers of assistance during our recent be- reavement. Thanks to Humphries Funeral Home, Rev. J. C. Dais- ley, Knox United Church choir and soloist, honorary and active pallbearers, and those who form- ed the Honor Guard. Everyone has been so considerate and helped in so many ways to ease our sorrow. McKay and family. West front durable BEG1NA (CP) Premier Al- lan Blakeney said today the al- liance of the four western pre- miers at the western economic opportunities conference was 'remarkably durable." At a news conference follow- ing his return from three- day Calgary conference, Mr. Blakeney said he was "pleased at the strength" of the alliance. Attempts by Otto Lang, minis- ter responsible for the Canadian eat board, to split the prov- inces on the contentious feed grams issue failed when Agri- culture Minister Hugh Homer of Alberta "made it clear it was no go." Premier Blakeney anticipated continued consultation with his c'Jow premiers on approaches o common problems. "The measure of solidarity we have built up will continue." Repeating many of his re- marks made at the conference, Blakeney said, "measured in immediate, concrete results, I can only describe the progress we made as modest" "But we may have laid the groundwork for a new deal for the West." Premitr Blakeney again ex- pressed disappointment "on the tra issues closest to Saskatche- wan's and freigM rates." was a oil of a bust on ag- riculture." Fined for UIC fraud PRINCE GEORGE fine described by Un- employment Insurance Canada (UIC) officials as the largest ever in British Columbia for charges under the Unemploy- ment Insurance Act has beoi levied here against Gerhard Klein, 30. of Prince George. He was convicted on 10 counts of making false statements re- garding earnings last year. The of ITJJC said that Kein received unemp'ioymeirt insurance bene- niJUn Affairs and Northern Develop- ment, Room Centennial Ttwsr, Lairlar Avanut west, CTOrwa, On- W7 Jarto. K1AOH4 fits under his own name working under a alias. ;