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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Jun. 1, 1971 THI LfTHItlDOI HMALD 21 31 MALE HELP WANTED MARRIED MAN FOR GROCERY work. Writt Cardston I.G.A., Box 333, Ordston.______________________3073-3 GRAIN ELEVATOR BUILDERS AT Warner, Alberta. 442-3732, Warner. C2288-5 liAN WANTED FOR SUNDAY SER- vice work. Apply 3122 Dover Crescent S.E., 3122-2 WANTED FOR RETAIL STORE EXPERIENCED COMMISSION SALESMAN Home furnishings department. Full or part lime. Phone 328-8171 for appoint- ment. ZELLER'S COUNTY FAIR C2277-3 JOURNEYMAN AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN REQUIRED GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS WITH COMPANY BENEFITS. APPLY CON EBBERT- SERVICE MANAGER FLEMING MOTORS LTD. 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED REQUIRE PERSON LEAVING LETH- brldge a.m. to deliver package in Taber by 9 a.m., Monday to Fnday. Phone 328-9821. CLERK STENOGRAPHER The city of Lethbridge requires CLERK STENOGRAPHER In the community services department. SALARY RANGE S335 to monthly. APPLICANT must be proticisnt in typing. Experience in office work pre- ferred. For further Information and applica- tion forms contact the PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Applications will not be accepted after June 7, 1972. C2291-3 1st AVE. AND 8th ST. S. PHONE 327-1591 WANTED CERTIFIED LINEMAN FOR THE TOWN OF BLAIRMORE ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. APPLY IN WRITING GIVING RE- SUME OF EXPERIENCE TO MUN- 1 C I P A L SECRETARY, BOX 603, BLAIRMORE ALBERTA, BY JUNE 12th. C2290-3 WANTED: A well known dairy firm has an open- ing for one of its Home Service routes serving homes. Route salesmen make regular deliveries of our prod- ucts, promotes increased sales to pre- sent accounts and prospects for new accounts. Initial and regular training is provided so experience is unneces- sary Salary and commission provide good income for the worker. Applicant should be in good health, preferable high school graduate, under 30, and with a good driving record. Write fully, in compiete confidence. Box B8, Herald. C2255-6 SIMPSONS-SEARS LTD. Due to increased business, we require an ambitious sales person for the sew- ing machine department. Excellent earning potential is assur- t-d to the aggressive sales person. BENEFITS INCLUDE: j Profit sharing I DISCOUNT ON PURCHASES i Opportunity for advancement Apply: SIMPSONS-SEARS LTD. PERSONNEL OFFICE Centre Village Mall Lethbridge 70 GARDENING MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE Pruning, trimming and tell- ing. Call 328-2094. 7030-tf ELECTRIC MOWER ADJUST- ABLE TWIN BLADE. LIKE NEW. PHONE 328-0849 MORNINGS OR AFTER 5 P.M. X3049-4 LACOMBE NURSERIES COAL- dnle. Phone 3-45-4633, Closed Sunday. Available now Evergreen trees and shrubs. All plants guaranteed. Free delivery to Lethbridge. C1352Jfh WILL CARE FOR LAWNS AND ask for green thumb. 3015-3 RENT ROTOTILLERS, AERATORS, SEEDERS, POWER RAKES, LAWN ROLLERS, CHAIN SAWS, HEDGE TRIMMERS AND LAWN EDGERS AT WARD'S. 328-8775. C120S-tf LEN'S GREENHOUSE EAST Coal- out plants Only SO cents basket, garden and lawn seed at reduced prices. Open every day and Sunday afternoon. 2405-3 TREES FOR SALE BLUE SPRUCE, assorted Evergreens and Green Ash, Eight to 15 ft. tall. Our machine plants these trees for you in minutes. Phone 327-6172, for appointment to see these choice trees. 2469-16J 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE RAYMOND CLEANERS. Building for sale also. Box 461, Ray- mond. Phone 752-3582. ___1264-31 My CASH "FOR OPERATING REAL ES- tafe company. Prefer to retain pres- ent management. Any siz? will be con- sidered. Write Box 82, Herald. 3018-3 I TOURIST ATTRACTION FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT WITH BANQUET RCCAAS Good equipment. Completely renovat- ed recently. MENS WEAR BUSINESS IN CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Approximately cash will han- dle the deal. LADIES DRESS SHOP WITH STOCK Fixtures and buildings Apply L.S Handley 345-3534 or Roger Hand- ley 345-4544 WIDE SELECTION OF BEDDING PLANTS; ALSO NURSERY STOCK AND STRAWBERRY PLANTS. V-t mile east of drive IN ON COUTTS HIGHWAY TANAKA'S GREErJHOUSE. PHONE 327-4378. 1313-31 my OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE C2304-1S FOR NEW LAWNS REEDYK LANDSCAPING Free estimates. Piione 1260-tf 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY DIKirtO HANSEN Peter and Bren- da are happy to announce the birth of their son, Jason Mi- chael, born May 21, 1972 at the Border County hospital, Milk River. 3151 C226S-2 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED SHOP VALUE VILLAGE FOR ALL YOUR GARDEN AND LAWN NEEDS Peat moss; fertilizer; spray; sprays; shrubs, bulbs and juni- pers; grass seed and rose bushes A fall line of Green Cross weed and pests controls. C1639-1J Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. College Mall, Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. j Farrr.s and r.inchrr. iry T'-.vr.. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C2195-1 REGISTERED NURSES AND CER- TIFIED NURSING AIDES Required for part-time work m relief pool at the Lelhbridge Munici- pal Hospital. Contact the PERSONNEL OFFICE 327-4531, extension 223. C2302-5 ADVERTISING SALESMAN Southern Alberta weekly newspaper. Basic salary and commission. Excel- lent potential for a go getter. Experi- ence in ad layout desirable. Contact. CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 61 TEACHERS WANTED i THE WILLOW CREEK SCHOOL DI- VISION NO 28 is accepting applica- tions for the following teaching posi- tions for September 1st, 1972. 1) Senior High FRENCH with soma j English INSTANT TREES Too many trees? We can move them. Too few trees? We can supoly them. Sales and moving of larger type trees our specialty. Phone 327-6172, after 4 p.m. 1529-J2 TOOL RENTALS POWER RAKES ROTOTILLERS CHAIN SAWS HEDGE TRIMMERS ETC. PARSONS HARDWARE HOLIDAY VILLAGE 327-7066 C1002-H 419 7th St. S-, Lethbridge Phone 327-8535 C2289-3 DRIVER WANTED FOR CITY ROUTE Age range 20 to 50 Must be bondable Apply Between 9 and 11 a.m. LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY LTD. 1818 3 Ave. S. C2252-3 OVER 100 JOBS AVAILABLE NOW! CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR MOBILE HOME PRODUCTION WORKERS Canada's leading manufacturer of relocatable homes and industrial camps located in the Southern Alberta foothills requires permanent career- minded Individuals. Good opportunities for advancement with one of Canada's fastest growing companies. Good wages and working conditions in ern factory. Please contact in Jirson if possible. MR. C. B. THOMAS PERSONNEL MANAGER SAFEWAY SHELTER SYSTEMS LTD., P.O. BOX 970 INDUSTRIAL AIRPORT CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA J12 SIMPSONS- SEARS Requires MALE PORTER For NIGHT CLEANING Previous experience in floor cleaning an asset. Simpsons-Sears offers an excellent range of company benefits, including: profit sharing plan, discount on pur- chases, 40 hour week, paid vacation, a long list of others. Apply to SIMPSONS- SEARS PERSONNEL OFFICE Centre Village Mall Lefhbridge C2278-3 21 Hiah School HOME ECONOMICS and other subjects 3} Part-time (approx. upper ele- mentary mainly SOCIAL STUDIES 4) Senior High School INDUSTRIAL ARTS 5) Grade 4-9 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Documented applications should be submitted to the undersigned by Junf 71 h, 1972. DR. A. R. MACLEOD. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. P.O. BOX 1088, CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA. TOL OTO C2308-3 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES STARTED HEALTHY TURKEY PUL- leis. Apply or phone 234-3766. Lowen Turkey Farm, Fort Macleod. 1733-Tf HEAVY HENS AND ROASTING chickens Pan ready. 36c per Ib. Fresh fryers Pan ready on dozen lots. 40C per Ib. Custom killing. H. Dyck, Coaldaie. 345-3224. C1837-tf WILD TURKEYS Six weeks old, each. Limited amount this year. Apply Loewen Turkey Farm, Fort Macleod or phone 234-3766. 2695-tf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES REGISTERED YELLOW LABRA- dor Male. Excellent bloodlines. Phone 345-3975, anytime. 2813-tf BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliot tells you how. Phone 328-3636, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-tf 65 LOST AND FOUND REWARD S5D For recovery of 1970 Honda 350 Mofo- cross. Blue. Phone 327-2970. C2233-2 FOUND BROWN 10 SPEED. VIC- Inity 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-3368. LOST YELLOW ACQUA LUNG scuba tank. YMCA parking lot. Phone 327-5172. 2928-6 STRAYED FOUR BRED heifers branded right shoulder. Northeast of Raymond. per animal reward. Phone 752-2058, Raymond. 2774-9 LOST THREE YEAR OLD BLACK white-faced cow, branded (Reverse FL quarter circle) left rib, either (Bar DJ or Lazy SD) right rib. Phone Frank Couverette, New Dayton, 733-2278, collect. 2725-2 LOST BLACK COW WiTH NO. 11 in ear tao. Brand left rib Quarter circle pointing up ovsr TS. Also brand right hip. C2 with half diamond underneath pointing up. Phone 653- 2090, Cardston, collect. 3038-7 66 PERSONAL JOHN'S MASSAGE, before 1 p.m. only, except Wednesday. Phone 328-7874. 2839-3 EMERY'S BOOKING SERVICE dance croups' for all occasions. Wed- dings, clubs, etc. Phone 328-2847. 9580-tf STUDENT WANTS RIDE TO TORON- to to arrive on or before June 30. Will ehara gas Phone 327-2826. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-E049 or 328-3246, after a.m. TROPICAL FISH, TANKS AND equipment for sale. Phone 327-6731. 2986-2 PART SIAMESE HOUSE BROKEN kittens to be given away. Phone 327- after 5 p.m. 3016-3 SHORTHAIR POINTER PUPPIES Purebred. 1119 10 Ave. N. Phone 327- 6724. 3017-3 BOXER PUPPIES, REGISTERED, females. Phone 223-4130, Taber. C2250-3 ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, reefing specializing in chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cement finishing, stuc- coing, fireplaces, house raising. 32fl- 0266. LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT KEN. nel Club is accepting registrations for obedience lessons. Phont 345-4574, days; 327-9358, after 6 p.m. C2236-4 BOARDING SIZE dogs. Excellent care. Please book ahead. Phone 223-8363 Tabtr or write G. A. Addy, Box 892, Taber TOK_ 2GO. 2587-3H German Shorthair Pointer, female. Does well on pheasants and ducks. Gocd with children. Affectionate. Own- er moved. Phone 223-4130, Taber. C2198-3 LABRADOR RETRIEVER PUPS S100. Sire FTC Duckmaster's Rico- dee. Dam Pelican Lake Birdie. Three months, immunized. No. H. D. J. R. Thompson, Box 63, Bon Accord, 1-298-3547. 3096-3 REGISTERED BLACK LABRADOR puppies- Top bloodline. Jim Taylor, Box 792 Coaldale. 345-3591. 3097-5 FOR SALE REGISTERED ENG- lish Sprincer Spaniel pups. Ready June 10. "Dale LaRose, Botha, Alta. Phone 742-5049. 3098-lOil ONE FEMALE SIAMESE SEAL- point kitten, Phons 328-0061. 3099-3 EASY MORTGAGE MONEY FROM ASSOCIATES EASY TO GET. The amount is limited only by the equity you have in your home. It could be maybe or more. And there are never any bonuses or brokerage fees to pay. EASY TO TAKE. Because you may be eligible for a special rate of interest. EASY TO PAY BACK. We can spread the loan over many years which means lower monthly payments. If you need cash, call us about a 1st or 2nd Loan. It's easy money! 101 THIRD AVENUE S. 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED J2 WATMOUGH Ken and Heather, of Calgary, are pleased to announce the birth of twin boys, Jeffery Scott and Jason Mark, born May 18 weighing 4 Ibs. 13 oz. and 5 Ibs. 1 oz. Brothers for Glen and Ryan. Grandparents include Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beckwith of Calgary and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Watmough of Leth- bridge. Great-grandparents are Mr. and. Mrs. J. A. Potts ofj Lethbridge. 3154'! A TLJC 75 CONTRACTS RAINBOW PAINTING AND DECOR- ating Wall paper, vinyl and sorgy- ing. Free estimates. Phone 328-2154. 1921-ff VEEPING TILE AND CEMENT WORK. Double J. Construction, 328-3370 or 345-4630. 1348-tf FENCES. CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS OR PATIOS. PROMPT SERVICE. GUARANTEED WORK M A N S HIP PHONE 328-7905. 2637-tf FENCES, SIDEWALKS, driveways, garapes, cupboards, fram- ing, finishing and form work. Free es- timates. Guaranteed workmanship. No Job too small. Phone 328-0987 or 345, 3493. 1374-tf GARAGE BUILDING. CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6632. C7377-tf FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, eld basements dug, water proofing, in- sured, free estimates. Phont 327-8286. C3661-tf FREE ESTIMATES ON KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, VANITIES AND CHI- NA CABINETS. BORGE RAVEN, 327- 3219. C1583-tf REMODELLING HOUSES, SIDE- walks, driveways, oarages, cupboards cabinets. 328-0259, aner 6 p.m. 1142-tf WATER WELLS DRILLED. CONTACT Allan Bros-, 653-3182, Cardston. 2657-tfh ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, garaae, kitchens, cabinets, bath- rooms, ceramic tile. Town or coun- try. Phone 328-2071. 2903-12 C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaction equip- ment. Concrete equipment. Corral cleaning. 328-4765. 1410 2nd Ave. S. C609-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- 5745. C1936-tf PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE My wife, Brenda, having left my bed and beard, I will no longer be res- ponsible for any debts incurred by hsr. Signed: Philip Walshe. J21 DRINKELL George and Sylvia are pleased to announce the birth, May 19, of Shawna Nadine, a sister for Malcolm. Proud grandparents include Mr. and Mrs. Greorge T. Drink- ell and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Watmough, both of Lethbridge. G r e a t-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Potts of Leth- bridge. 3155 PUBLIC NOTICES DOUGLAS Passed away suddenly on Thursday, June 1, 1972, Tracy Blair, beloved in- fant son of Tracy and Sherry Douglas of Foremost. Survivors include his parents; one sister, Maria; his paternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Douglas, Foremost and his ma- ternal grandparents, Mr.. and Mrs. R. G. Anderson, Milk River: great grandparents, Mrs. Frances Degenstein. Milk River, Mr. and Mrs. Oris Long, Taber and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Anderson, Lethbridge. Private family service will be held in the L.D.S. Church, Milk River on Saturday. June 3 at 2 p.m.. with Cal Salmon offi- ciating. Interment to follow in the Milk River C e m etery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. XS050 TENDERS "Ssaled Tenders marked "Tender for Sewage Disposal System Town of Magrath will be received up to p.m. M.D.T. on the 19th day of June, 1972 by the Secretary-Treasurer, Town of Magrath and opened in public at that time. The work includes the following: 1) Sewage lift station 2) feet of 8 inch force main. 3) Construction of sewage lagocns and related appurtenances ap- proximately C.Y. of exca- vation and embankment. Acceptance of the ttnder by Town is conditional upon the final ac- ceptance of the project by the Provin- cial Local Authorities Beard and Cen- tral Mortgage and Housing Corpora- tion. Plans, specifications and tender documents may be obtained from; STRONG LAMB AND NELSON LTD. Street S.E. Calgary, Alberta. T2G 2T7 Upon payment of the sum of S25.M for each set, which sum will be re- funded to the unsuccessful tenderers when Plans and Specifications are turned in good condition. Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque and Consent of Surety, or a Bid Bond payable to the Town of Magrath in the amount equal to 50 per cent of the contract price. The lowest or any tender will not na- cessarily be accepted. The Owner re- serves the right to waive any inform- alities in or reject any or all tenders, or to accept the tender deemed the most favorable in the interest of the Owner." Town of Magrath Hall Poulsen, Secretary-Treasurer 7 J8 BECKER A graveside ser- vice was held on Thursday at p.m. for the beloved infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert A. R. Becker of 1013 17th St. North, who passed away on Tuesday, May 30, 1972. Besides her loving parents she is sur- vived by two brothers, Robert Todd snd Paul Andrew at home; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Turvey, Exe- ter, Ontario and Mr. aad Mrs. Valentine Becker of Dashwood, Ontario. Rev. W. Schoepp offi- ciated and interment followed in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2309 MILLS Janet Scott, passed away in the city on Thursday, June 1st, 1972, beloved wife of Lewis MilJs, 506 7th Ave. S. She was born and raised at Climax, Sask. Moving to Alta. she worked for the Carmangay Hospital and later the Trea- sury Branches in Raymond, Ponoka, Vulcan and Lethbridge until 1949. She married Lewis Mills in September 1947. Janet was very sportsminded and an ardent bowler. She was an active member of Trie United Church. She leaves to mourn her passing besides her loving husband. Lewis; two daugh- ters. Diane of Burdett, and Faye of Lethbridge; her moth- er. Mi's. Norman Ireland, Leth- bridge: three sisters, Mrs. Irene Martin of Climax. Sask.. Mrs. George (Dorothy) Davey. Edmonton, and Mrs. Dick (Norma) Parker of Lethbridge j and also two nephews, Clarence Martin of Climax, Sask. and j George Parker of Libby, Mont. Funeral services win be held in j The Christensen Chapel on Sat- j urday, June 3rd. at p.m., i i with "Rev. R. W.'K. Elliott offi- i dating. Interment to follow in Mountain View C e m e tery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Services. C2310 HANSEN Passed away at Red Deer on June 1st, 1972 at the age of 31 years, Professor Gerald Dean Hansen, beloved husband of Mrs. Betty Hansen, Lawrence, Kansas. Gerald had been teaching at the University in Kansas prior to his illness. Besides his wife. Betty, he is survived by one son. Steven; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hansen, Red Deer; one sister, Mrs. Beverly Greif, Sudbury, Ont. and his grandmother, Mrs. E. Davies, Grinrod, B.C. He was predeceased by his broth- er, Donald in December of 1971. Funeral services will be held in The Eventide Chapel at Red Deer on Monday, June 5th at 1 p.m. Interment to follow at Red Deer. 3155A TRIBUTE TO BRAIIMS TORONTO (CP) The To- ronto Symphony is presenting a three-week festival devoted to the music of German composer Johannes Brahms at Toronto's O'Keefe Centre May 30-June 17. A Beethoven Festival in 1970 played to 92-per-cent capacity audiences and subscription for the Brahms Festival two weeks before it began exceeded the final subscription figure reached in the previous festival. MORE PUBLIC NOTICES ON PAGE 22 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of Section 145 and 153 of Tht Municiptl Taxa- tion Act, R.S.A., 1970, Public Notice is hereby given that the Council of the City cf Lethbridge intends to undertake the' construction of sidewalks, curbs and gutters as a local improvement. estimated cost cf the aforemention- ed local improvement Ts repayable over a period of 20 years at a rate cf interest net exceeding nine per centum per annum and to charge the lands abutting that portion of the street or place, wherein the local im- provement is made at a uniform rate of 71.07 cents per front foot of frontage for sidewalks looted and shown as 'A'; 94.77 cents per front foot cf frontage located and shown as 'B' and dollars front foot cf frontage located and shown as 'C' and 35.59 cents per front foot of frontage for curbs and gutters, all over the said period of 20 years. All cost in excess of the aforementioned per front foot will be borne by the City of Lethbridge at large. The location of the propsed improvement is as FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS I NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH- BRiDGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 327- 4292; JEAN, 327-B240. 1686-tfh 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED COOK REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY for night shift. No experience neces- eary. Apply in person Phil's Pancake Houss. C2242-6 JANITORIAL SERVICES REQUIRED for Professional Building in exchange for rental of two suite house. Box M, Herald. C2109-tf EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER Fully qualified. Excellent saiarv and opportunity for right person. Knowl- edge of general cffice routini essen- tial. Write Box 17, Herald. C2253-3 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 328-8962- C37il-tf D 0 W N T 0 W N BEAUTY SALON. Phone 327-2C79 or 328-4945, after 5 p.m. 3074-3 ESTABLISHED CALGARY HEALTH focd store for sale. Lucrative busi- ness for owner-operator. Attractive financial arrangements. Reply Box 83, Herald. 2592-3 SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No job too large or loo small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Phone 327-4456. C7353-H 70 GARDENING TOPSOIL, MANURE AND GARDEN sand. Phone 327-3047. C2085-5 WILL DO ROTOTILLING DAYS, EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS. PHONE 328-8764. 1477-16 TOPSOIL. PHONE VIC BZDELL, 328- 3289, evenings. 2672-tf TOPSOIL FOR SALE WELL ROT- ted manure. Phone Paul Fellger, 328- 4967. 1973-10.t MECHANICALLY INCLINED, OVfcR 25 years. Aoproximately plus per week, part-time. Full-time positions available. Box 71, Herald. 2718-3 FOR SALE THRIVING DRY cleaning (Martinizing) business with laundromat and two stall car wash Located in BlaFrmore, Alberta. AH equipment including two trucks in good condition. Gross sales over and mortgage can be taken over at per cent. Write Blairmore Cleaning Centre, Box 574, Blairmore, Alta. Phone 562-2497 residence, 2911 business. 3100-3 SCHOOL INSURANCE TENDER Sealded Tenders addressed to: Willow Creek School Division No. 23 Box 69, CLARESHOLM, Alberta will be received by the Secretary- Treasurer up to Noon, June 26th, 1572. Tender Specifications may be cb- fained from the SecretaryrTreasurer in the School Division Office in Clares- holm. The Willow Creek School Division Nc. 28 reserves the right to reject any or ail Tenders or any portion thereof and to modify any coverage or section as desired. R. E.- Congdon, Secretary-Treasurer, Willow School Division No. 28, CLARESHOLM, Alberta M90 LLOYD'S ROTOTILLING, WITH NEW machine. Phone 328-2417. 1393-tf FRANK'S ROTOTILLING service. Phone PROMPT FOR YOUR INSTANT LAWN Call Chmf Mountain Sod Service at 328-0924 2221-tf NEW LAWNS PUT IN All wortc guaranteed. Prompt ttrvice. Reasonable rates. 327-2641. RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-1114 MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE or nearest offer buys business property In Picture Butte, now operat- ina as cafe and rooms. May be converted into other business or resi- dential revenue. Property owner will consider Lethbridge homt or mode: ear in trade. CONTACT JOE PERLICH AT CMM-tf LOCATION 'A' West Side 13th Street North East Side 6th Street South North Side Avenue North North Side 4th Avenue North North Side Avenue South North Side Sth Avenue North 'B' North Side 2nd Avenue South South Side Sth Avenue South i East Side Sth Street South East Side 51 h Street South Ncrth Side. 5fh Avenue Scuth South Side 4th Avenue South Nsrth Side 3rd Avenue South West Side Sth Street South West Side Sth Street South North Side 4th Avenue South East Side 5th Street South East Side 5Jh Street South East Side 5th Street South North Side 3rd Avenue South West Side Sth Street South West Side Sth Street South North Side 4th Avenue Sonrth West Side 13th Street North South Side Sth Avenue South FROM SIDEWALKS North Limit Sth Avenue North South Limit Sth Avenue South East Limit 13ih Street North From 484' East of East Limit 13th Street East Limit 15th Street South Eest Limit 12th Street "C" North .West Limit 12th Street South East Limit Street South TO South Limit Sth Avenue North- Southerly ISO' Easterly 459' Easterly 100' Easterly 224' West Limit 13th Street North Westerly TOO' Easterly 148' FUNERALS. IN MEMORIES ON PAGE 22 HOW TO WRITE A GOOD WANT AD Want Ads. They can mate things happen you lun the right ad. Here's professional, money-saving advice on how to write the ad that-will sell just about anything. You'll learn why real emotion often, outsells cold, hard facts, and how- abbreviations can backfire! One of 34 articles and features in the June Reader's Digest. WANTED LIMITED NUMBER Of HOMES THAT NEED CONSTANT PAINTING! Home ownert In generol area will be given the op- portunity of having the new vinyl siding mode from B. F. Gocdridge Geon cpplisd te their horoei with special d'e- eorofive work et a low ccst. This new amaiing product has captured the interest cf home owners throughout Canada who are fed up with constant pointing and other maintenance costs. It carries a written guarantee and pro- vides insulation, winter and summer, well as fire pro- tection. Our new product con be used over type of house, including frame stuc- co, concrete block, etc. It comes in several colors and hat not been obtainable in this area prior to thii intro- ductory anouncement. Your home can be c chowplace in your vicinity end will mcke it worth your if we can use your homt, 40-YEAR GUARANTEE For appointment (including your name, ad- dress and phone number) Panther Bldg. Supplies Ltd, Box 44, Harold. SHIS WEBBS E. M. FiNDLAX 3361 Spruce St., Burnabyv B.C. 25-3' South of South Limit Southerly 175' cf 4th Avenue South North Limit Lane North of 5th Avenue South Easterly 45' North Limit 5th Avenue South East Limit 5th Street South East Limit 7th Street South West Limit 5fh Street South North Limit Lane South Southerly 135.5' of 3rd Avenue South Ncrlh Limit tfh Avenue South West Limit 5th Street South CURBS AND GUTTERS From 25.3' South of South Southerly fer 78 Limit 4th Avenue South From 159.5' South of South Southerly for Limit 4th Avenue South North Limit 5th Avenue South West Limit 5th Street South North Limit Lane South Southerly 135.5' of 3rd Avenue Sooth North Limit THE FOLLOWING LUCKY 100 PEOPLE WON CASH PRIZES Easterly 125' Westerly ISO' Northerly SO' Westerly 1SS' 35' North Limit Lane North of 5th Avenue South Westerly ISO' 4th Avenue South West Limit 5th Street South North Limit 5th Avenue North East Limit 13th Street South Northerly SO' westerly 155' South Limit 8fh Avenue North West Limit 15th Street South SEALED tenders clearly marked on the outside as to content will be re- ceived by the office of the City Clerk up to p.m. o'clock, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1972, for the purchase of property and building, legally des- cribed as Lot 36, Plan 904-C. and mun- icipally known as 331 20th Street North, Lethbridge, Alberta, subject to the following conditions: j 1. A reserve bid of 2. The building presently on the pre- j mises be removed therefrom within i two monfhsc from the date of acquir-1 !f no petition sufficiently signed has, wlthm the Ilmiteo In tnat ino Title. I behalf, been presented to the Council against the local improvement or as- 3. A" certified cheque made payable to j sessment aforementioned, the Council mav undertake ths proposed local Im- the City of Lethbridge tor 10 per cent of the tender price must ac- company tht tender, balance to be paid within 60 days after accept- ancs cf tender. 4. The highest or any tender not neces- Notice is further given that, unless majority of the owners of the lands that may be assessed therefor, representing at least one-half m value thereof as aforesaid, petition the Council against It within two-weeks -after the last publication cf the Notice, the local improvement may be undertaken and the cost thereof assessed by the system of assessment referred to In this Notice. may undertake ths proposed local rears of ifa giving cf thit Notice. provemenr BT any time within three Date of the last publication of this Notice will bt Sth day of June, 1972. sarily accepted. John Gerla ,City Cleric MA3 DATED at the City of Lethbridga 2nd day of June, 1972. John Gwla City Cltrk J15 Rose Peskor, Calgary R. H. MacGillivray, Calgary H. Scctt McCcmas, Los Angeies J. D. McQueen, Calgary Beatrice M. Shumka, Lumby, .C. Mr. A. Wdlczok, Nckomis, Sask. 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