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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THI IETHSRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, 5, 1973 SI TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT _ EIGHT FT. CAMPER HALF CAB With stove, cupboards and closet Phone 327-9393. 3744-11 TWENTY-SEVEN FOOT TRAILER Can at Joe's Mobile Homes or phOM 328-9591, after 6pm 372-S-6 j FOR RENT MOTOR home Book now. July August still available. 3W-5820 SIXTEEN FT TRAILER SLEEPS stove oven heater, Ice-box, new fires, spare tire Very clean throughout. C5672-9 PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer eccessones and parts: 'railer j storage and repair. Phone 328-4411. CMOS-tf FOUR HORSE WW MODEL TRAIL- 6 x 16 floor, 66 high. Spare tire, j brakes, Ib. frame, lisHs tan- j dem wheels. Deluxe package. Can also BC used as stock trailer See it at Travelcraft Sales and Rentals Ltd, 1J03 3rd Ave. S. 327-4064 52 MOBILE HOMES JOE'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. JOE TARNAVA Summer Sale Now On THE HOME OF KNIGHT SCHMIDT DOUBLE WIDE AND ilivul-C: UNITS, GENDALL 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 1970 OVERCAB CAMPER FOR SMALL truck (Datsun) Sleeps four Propane and stove, ice box Phone 328- 4290. 326'-'f J9o9 CHEVROLET "a TON WITH NEW rrotor and transmission ana 1970 Van- guard 11 ft camper Dnce 1971 Champion motor home, 17 ft 24 ft 1972 Champion motor- home. 14 ft. boat and trailer wjfh 40 h.p. moto-, SS50 McDONELL MOTOR HOMES 1502 2nd Ave S Phone 327-7856 53 AGRICULTURAL WANTED WHEAT WANTED Will pay cash, 30 cents bushel over elevator price 234-37M, Fort Macleod I 3315 tf I THREE TON GOOD ALFALFA HAY wanted Phone Cardston 3510-6 UNITED MOTORS "TRAILER CITY" Corner of 3rd and 3rd South "YOUR VACATION VEHICLE RENTAL HEADQUARTERS" BOOK NOW To Avoid Disappointment We have every possible requirement In recreational vehicles for SUMMER VACATION FUNI {Trailers Campers etc Scamper aid ethers JUST CALL PETER NICKEL OUR TRAILER RENTAL MANAGER AT 327-1418 54 AUTOS WANTED WANTED 1967 OR 1968 CHRYSLER Must be like new. Write box 361, Ray- mond 3465-6 CASH PAID For used cars and trucks or will ac- cept consignment. TOWN 4. COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 328-3654 56 LIVESTOCK WANTED DEAD STOCK OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Pnone 338-1336, Lethbridge. C8075-tf HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES AND SIZES ALSASK PROCESSORS. I John Drewry 328-2911. j C3659-tf MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wnolesale meat and I livestock dealers CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbridge C20S-tf 59 MACHINERY WANTED 52 MOBILE HOMES COUNTRY ESTATE MOBILE HOME x_M, three oedrooms, furmsned or unfurnished. Phone 328-6914 A1OBILE HOME 10x50 TWO BED- rcoms, unfurn shed Excellent con- dition. 8x10 porch, skirting and fence, included. 234-3074, Fort Macleod. 3711-9 WANTED THREE POINT HITCH post hole auaer Phone 327-5892, after 5 p rn. 3618-8 60 MISC. ARTICLES WANTS! WANTED USED SADDLE PHONE 328-5819 X3239-6 GIRL'S 20 IN BICYCLE. AND TRI- cycle. 327-1227 3802-11 VEAR OLD MOBILE HOME. 12 x tvo bedrooms, fully furnished, 8 x 10 porch, skirtmq included For immed- iate occupancy, must sell down and monthly, P.I. 223-2841, or 223- Taber. C9455-tf Used 17 x 45 three bedroom mobile home with front entrance into mud room and utility room Furnished. 1 Used 12 x 56 two bedroom deluxe mobile home. Furnished. Excellent condition. Open Thursday and Friday and Sunday afternoons LOOK MOBILE HOMES 203 12th St. A South 328-3422 C976i-tf 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 and cast Batte'ies, radiatos DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1S05 2nd Ave. S Phone 327-625! SCRAP IRON 65 HELP WANTED TRANSPORT DRIVER BETWEEN Lethbridge and Vulcan. Phone 485-2388 or 485-273? 3419-5 TRUDY BARBER WANTED FOR VAUXHALL One chair and facilities Contact Wil- I ham Clark, Vauxhall Pool Hall. j 3361-5 I APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING I taken at the north side Dairy Queen j Please apply in person. C9829-7 FULL TIME CLERK IN FAMILY shoes Apply Disco Shoes. C9800-6 WANTED PERSONNEL FOR TIRE department in Vauxhall Co-op. Good company benefits. Phone 654-2552, Vauxhall 3670-8 IMMEDIATE OPENING Wanted Service and sales people for large international company. Please apply In person. Chamber Room, El Rancho Motor Hotel on Fri- day, 8th, 2-4 p.m. or 6-8 pm. 3811-7 FOR ENERGETIC, opportunity minded mature person. Minimum age 22 Route sales of pro- duct which sells itself but with a little imagination will outsell all other competitor; Appy Box 131, Herald. C9786-5 TELLERS REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Experience preferred but not neces sary Applications taken between 10; a m and 3 p.m. Apply Royal Bank of j Canada, Blairmore, Alta. C9828-11 SHOP FOREMAN FOR MASSEY PER- guson dealership. M-F experience an asset Must be capable of taking charge of modern shop and all service respons.bilities. Wages, bonus, and in- vestment opportunities are negotia-ble. State aqe, experience, and marital stat- us to D C. Green, T-N-T Equipment Ltd, Box 850, ClaresMm, Alberta. I Phone 1-2353193 days and 1-235-1623 j evenings 6157-tf "Today's cards are three to one in favor of get-well." 65 HELP WANTED 71 TEACHERS WANTED OPENING FOR TWO AMBITIOUS PEOPLE For special work. One full time, one part time. Three to six hours per day five days per waek. Excellent income. Call Fashion Two Twenty. 328-0436 be- tween 2pm 3 p.m., Monday, Tues- day and Wednesday for appointment. C9785-5 Personable sales-minded per- son to learn mobile home sales business. Experience helpful bint not necessary. Write- in confidence to Box 133, Herald. TWO AUTOBODY REPAIR EMPLOYEES Journeyman or four year apprentice metal workers Full-time employment company beneftis five day week S4 40 per hour flat rate. APPLY TO GORDON SMITHSON BODY SHOP MANAGER Stedelbauar Chev-Olds. Ltd. ?110 125th AVE EDMONTON PHONE 474-0193 3404-5 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL No Realtor can guarantee you success 1 in Real Estate but we can give you i honest answers to your questions at I BLOCK EROS. i CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. For personal interview call Frank Tmordi at 328-10X4 (days) or 327-3478 C3.fl.t-tf MAKE SURE j i paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 3Jrd St. N. C646tf 63 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL BABYSIT IN MY OWN HOME References 328-7421. 3749-11 SCHOOL AIDES (Full or Part Time) Bow Elementary and Burdett Sclools To begin September 1st, 1973 A.4ust be able io type and work witn teachers and students Apply to Mr C R Elle superintendent of County of Forty Mite No 8 Foremost, Alberta 9778 S Wanted Steno-Typist (Seme bookkeepng an asset) FOR LARGE LONG ESTABLISHED MANUFACTURING FIRM Opportunity 4or permanent position with good salary and many fringe benefits Apply in writing to P.O. Box 967, Lethbridge C9831 7 The following teachers are required for the 1973-74 school term at: SENATOR GERSHAW HIGH SCHOOL BOW ISLAND 1 Teacher Librarian 2 Music Band Teachers who are able to teach Bio- logy also, will be given special con- sideration for the above positions. Apply to C R Elle, Superintendent of County of Forty Mile No 8 Foremost, Alberta ToK 0X0 C9820-11 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years Phone 328-2835 Baby Centre 323-2509. C46S8-tf 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT 84 GARDENING ROTOTILLING, LAWNS PUT IN, GENERAL LAWN AND GARDEN CARE. FREE ESTIMATES. PHONE 327-8M3. 31M-22J Chief Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone 328-0924 CMOJ-tf MOWERS Soles Parts and Service BOY TRADES ACCEPTED HEPP'S INDUSTRIES LTD. 327-2533 C96I4-30J 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES HEALTHY STARTED TURKEY poults. Phone 234-3766, Fort Macleod. 2200-tf FARM FRESH YOUNG FRYERS AND roasters. Pan ready 50 cents per Ib. Free delivery. Custom killing. H. Dyck. Coaldale, 345-3224 C96S4-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams FOR SALE HOUSE TRAINED Siamese kittens and one Boston ter- rier pup. Phone 3478-5 MALE GERMAN SHEPHERD AND Shepherd cross pups to be given away. Preferably farm homes. 1212 9th Ave. No., after 6 p.m. 3680-5 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS FOR sale. Thunder breeding. Males S30; females S20. Phone 222-2135 Wrentham. 3637-5 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE BEAUTY SALON IN Blairmore, Alberta Excellent busi- ness. Phone 562-2744 days; evenings 2976-tf DEATHS FENTON Myrtle, on Wed- nesday, May 23, 1973, Mrs. Myrtle Fenton of Apt. 208, Whitehall Place, 10135 120 Street, Edmonton, passed away aged 59 years. She leaves to mourn her loss, her loving hus- band, Ken; ene daughter, Mrs. Dave (Barbara) Meikle, Cal- gary; her mother, Mrs. F. Pryor, Vancouver; two sisters, Mrs. Grace Corsiatto, Burnaby and Mrs. Lillian Mahony, Burn- aby; three grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Private family services were held in the Roy and Owen, Chapel of Chimes, on Monday, May 28, Reverend A. G. Ed- worthy officiated and crema- tion followed in the Chapel of Chimes Crematorium. If desir- ed, donations may be made to the Association for the Mental- ly Retarded. Chapel of Chimes, Roy and Owen, Funeral Direct- ors and Licensed Crematorium. Phone 424-7474. 3818 THEATRE AT FOREMOST CHOICE location on main street. Will consider selling building without equipment or leasing front office (suitable for beauty salon, etc Phone 3270451, after 6pm Nick Wolfe 3277-26J Business building for sale or lease, centre of Main Street, Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. 7M3-tf EXPERIENCED DRUMMER WOULD like to play with group Phone 327- 1842 3505-6 VARIETY DANCE BAND LOOKING far versatile piano or organ player 327-5635 3405-5 j WANTED EXPERIENCED LEAD i guitar player and singer hard rock 1 group. Phone after 4 p m 32E-3003 3363-5 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL EXPERIENCED required. Apply in person after 4 30 p m Shanghai Chop Suey. C9818-11 PERSON INTERESTED IN LEARN- ng to cook No experience necessary, we will tram you Good salary for the right person. Please apply to Mr. Hober, El Rancho Motor Hotel C9781-8 You see us FIRST when buying your rew home Right now 8 Great selection of 14 and double wides All selling at the old onees. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Come nome to UNITED MOBILE HOME and Development Co 'Div. United Motors Co Ltd Corner 3rd Ave and Scenic Drive. (Across from A and W) Phone: 327-1780 or 327-0822 Sunday 1-5 C9819 tf CLERK TYPIST AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER REPLACEMENT. PHONE 328-9819 X3240 6 WILL BABYSIT ONE CHILD, TWO years or older. In my home. Phone 327 0957 3649-8 64 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED Journeyman Mechanic Required by modern ccju-.ppsJ shop. Full company Apply Service Manager Beny Chevrolet 2nd Ave 8th Street S. Lefhbridge C8263-tf 68 DOMESTIC RELIABLE BABYSITTER WANTED i Phone 328-8571 3750-7 INDIVIDUAL TO DO HOUSEWORK I one day a week in modern home 327- I 7459 3672-5 BABYSITTER TO COME IN, WEEK i days South side Phone 328-3860, after i 6 p m 35i4-tf SALES REPRESENTATIVE Nationally known company is seeking a salaried sales representative for this area Not necessary to travel. Starting salary plus incentive in- creases as earned Give complete background and experience In letter to I P O Box 157 Cslpary Replies confidential PART TIME BABYSITTER FOR TWO children, Wcolco srea, Sam 12 noon week days Phone 327-3275, after 1 3804-6 LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER REQUIR- ed. Care for large home and care for two children occasionally. Preferably someone who drives. Phone 3285793 or 327-9332 3553-7 BRIDGE VILLA SALES 921 2 Ave A. North Lethbr.dge Phone 328-2252 Where we guarantee a "MOBILE HOME LOT- FEATURING Mobile homes by Double and single wide units on display Make your new home happen Bridge Vnla we put it all togethe-" All deluxe units. Fully furnished and set up includes steps, hooked up to sewer, water, gas, cable TV and electricity and three months free rent on a paved lot Ready To Move Into "BRIDGE VILLA ESTATES" lethbridge Southern Alberta's irodern "Mobile Home Park" SEE RAY CHAMBERS or FRED KEIVER Only 10% Down 12 To Pay After Hours Phone 328-3603, 328-4518 i C98J7 IS I YOUNG MAN, 18 YEARS OLD, FARM background Seeks work Write Box 497 or Phone 752-2161, Raymond 3768-18 I 65 HELP WANTED i FINISHING CARPENTER TO WORK under contract. 327-6CS2 3712-9h 369S-5 TWO INDIVIDUALS WANTED TO i move sprinkler wheelmoves on con- 1 tract S3 per hour. Apply Box 126. Herald 3401-5 HAIRDRESSER WITH SOME Ex- perience retmired Wage plus com- mission, in Claresholm. Write Box "66, T'aresholrn I PART TIME STEWARD STEW- I ardess Phone S54-2981 or write Dale Dunn, Vauxhall Legion by June 16th 3803-18 FULL TIME CARETAKER REOUIR- i ed by local church for care and main- I tenance of building and grounds. Apply Kent Smith Canada Manpower Build ing 3403-5 I Experienced MEAT CUTTER WantM for new, modern food slore. j Full company benefits. I APPLY TO VALUE VILLAGE MARKETS i. BABYSITTER TO COME IN, 8 AM- 5 p.m. Ten weeks, from June 10 to August 25 Prefer student or retired person Live-in can be arranged. Write Box 130, Herald 3634-9 69 FARM Mr G. W. Westwofld C0784 5 WELDERS AND WELDERS HELP- ers required for fabricating and truck equipment company. Steady work. Good benefits Apply S J THOMPSON TRUCK EQUIPMENT LTD, 6230 Cen- tre St S., Calgary. Phone 255-4446. 3699-11 MANAGER TRAINEE I for Farm Supply Store Company benefits and opportunity for advancement Apply In person National Formway Store 3305 2nd Ave. N. LIGHT DUTIES fO' INDIVIDUAL TO DO CHORES ON ranch milking and yard work. Phone 758-6682, Magrath. 3805-8 DAIRY AND GENERAL FARM help. Phone R H. Boulton 328-5497 or five miles north of Canada Dressed Meats 2428-tf SOMEONE TO DO CUSTOM FARMING in Creek B.C area. Have combining, cultivating, plowing to do. Steady work Apoly H. Matteotti Farms Ltd 970 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 327-7191 3468-11 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL i WANTED SEVERAL EXPERI- i enced tractor operators for Dawson Creek, B.C area Gcod wages. A i r 1 transportation supplied free m and out after one months work. Apply Mstte- otti Farms Ltd 970 Mayor Magrath i Dr Lethbridge, Alta 3466-11 j UP TO HERE IN BILLS' LOOKING for a way out? You can make extra I money fast as an Avon Representative. Get outdoors, make friends, enjoy life more! Call 328-7424 or write Mrs. 1 M Scott, 2514 23rd Ave S 1 C9727-6 Mechanics for GM dealership. Housing available. Phone Col- lect 344-6819, Golden, B.C. and Neville Ltd. 3551-7 TWO STUDENTS age 17 i Due to expansion large Canadian firm 5 has openings for two students who are I interested in a career that pays J above ave-agc To qualify applicants must be. 1 Free to travel Western Canada j 2 Ambitious and honest. 1 3 Able to meet public. j 4 Willing to learn. 5. Neat in appearance I 6 Grade 9 minimum I 7. Able to start immediately. Salary to monthly to start- plus bonus and commissions with reg- ular increases No experience necessary Full training program and new car transportation supplied Driver's li cence helpful but not essential For personal interview, see Mr Pat Johnson at the Holiday Inn, Mayor Magrath Drive, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from am to 12'30 p m. and 3-4 p.m First applicants get priority. No phone calls please. 3814-7 LABORATORY ASSISTANT BACTERIOLOGY DEPARTMENT Southern Alberts Regional Hosoitals Laboratory requires a person, prefer- ably with some experience, to work in the Bacteriology Section. Apply Personnel Director Southern Alberta Regional Hospitals Laboratory c o Lethbridge Municipal Hospital 71 TEACHERS WANTED The Lethbridge Catholic Separate School District No. 9 and the Lethbridge Pre-School Services will hire a Speech Therapist To start work with the opening of school on 21st August, 1973 Qualified people should send resumes and enquiries for full details to R. Hirnsl, Superintendent of Schools, 534 181h St. S Lethbridge, Alberta. C9809-7 FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LIFE'S BUILDING BLOCKS Part 2 RESEARCH HAS ESTABLISHED SOME STRIKING DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OP THE BODY AMD THAT OP THE EARTH'S CRUST; UPON WHICH LIFE COMES INTO EXISTENCE. THE NEXT THE BODY "'HIS ALSO CQRMS. 47% OF ThL EARTH'S IN UACT IT MOST ABUNDA.WT CARBON, Tnt. soovfe TH. I-XC ONLV 197. OP THE CRUST. UP 63% OC TH BUT ONLV O 22 OF THE EARTH'S CR.UST, FORMER BOOKING AGENT FROM Winnipeg looking for rock musicians and rock groups to manaoe and book. Phone Graham Collins, 327-3365 2558-13J EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328-2867. 78 LOST AND FOUND LOST BROWN WALLET BELONG- mg to R Karl of Picture Butte Re- ward. 327-1121 3674-B REWARD OFFERED FOR RETURN OF SMALL TOY WHITE POODLE PHONE 323-2412 3779-7 LOST PACK SACK CONTAINING various clothes. 5 between Magrath and Lethbridge, May 20th. Phone 328-0310 3675-5 LADY'S 8ULOVA WATCH LOST ON 6th Ave. and 5th St. or area of Don Calder's Furniture Store Phone 328 1338 or 328-2581. Reward 3506-tf LOST MAY 5th _ RE D, whiteface bull calf 400 pounds 'ron Springs. Fresh brand on lefr hip Julius Ritdouck, 732-4765 Picture Butte 3319-5 79 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after p.m. UNDERGROUND WATER SPRINK lers for your home at a low cost. For free estimate phone 328-1705 2639-13 Very active souare foot green- house business for saie close to town, with lovely large five" bedroomed home Hot water heating. Large gar- age Aoproxirnately one acre of land. Only Call a RELIANCE SALES PERSON at 328-9216 EXCLUSIVE. C9B01-tf 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing: In small and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South, 328-3251 C7769-tf MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 CSJ14-W 90 CONTRACTS ALL TYPES' OF CEMENT WORK. Good workmanship and prompt ser- vice Reasonable 327-3316 3221-8 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING PHONE JONES ROOFING, 228- 5745 ALL ROOF- ing specializing in chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cement finishing stuc- coing, fireplaces, house raising and moving 328-0264. C8745-tt DO YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or repairs in your home? E and" L Construction. Phone 3282237. 7699-tf FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. cellaneous building. sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 328-3983 2480A-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327 6C.82 C7377-tf PRIVATE Homes only Complete painting ser- vice Reasonable rates Guaranteed work For frse estimates pnone 328 0363. 2471-12J FUNERAL THOMPSON Funeral Mr- vice for Rachael May Thomp- son of Cranbrook Hospital Ex- tended Care, who died Thurs- day at 79 years of age, wae held Monday. She was widow of William Thompson who died in 1957. Mrs. Thompson was daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bsrdgett, and was born at Adela, near Fairmont Hot Springs. When the Crowwiest railway line was built in 1897 and Joseph Prairie became Cranbrook the family settled and fanned here. She was ac- tive in Christ Church parish. Surviving are two sons, Wil- liam. Burnaby, and Ernest, Cranbrook; a brother Jack at Carstairs; two sisters, Mrs. Bella Briggs. Cranbrook, and Mrs. Grace Jacks, Grand Forks: seven grand children !and one great-grandchild. Rev. Gavin Rumsey officiated at the funeral at Christ Church and i burial was in Westlawn. ERICKSON Elmer, of Nobleford on Friday. June 1, 1973. at the age of 54 years. Sur- vived by his loving wife, Islay and two daughters. Elaine Van- derwouda and Diane and two sisters. Funeral service will be held Wednesday at 3 p.m.. Ed- berg Lutheran Church, Rev. Calderwood officiating. Inter- ment in Donalda Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Nobleford United Church. Burgar Funeral Home, Camrose, in charge of arrange- ments. 3817 COOK Passed away on Monday. June 4. 1973, Mabel Irene Cook, aged 61 years, of Fort Macleod. Born in Scott. Saskatchewan, she was raised in Saskatoon, where she mar- ried Edward Cook in 1941. They moved to Fort Macleod in 1947. Mr. Cook predeceased her in 1967. She was a member of the Order of the Royal Purple. She is survived by two sons, Dale of Fort Macleod, Terry of Cal- gary: two grandchildren: three sisters, Mrs. Martha Phillips, North Battleford, Sask.. Mrs. E. (Mary) Farnsworth of Dunville, Ontario and Mrs. H. (Margar- et) Ritson of Fort Macleod The funeral service will be held in Christ Church Anglican on Wed- nesday at p.m., Rev. A. McCuaig officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Funeral ar- rangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD.. Fort Macleod. C9832 CARDS OF THANKS NUMMI We would like to extend our sincere apprecia- tion to friends and relatives for sympathy and understand- ing given to us in the loss of our beloved son and brother, Richard. Your flowers, food, and cards gave us consolation and comfort. We give thanks to ithe attending doctors from Haig Clinic, the doctor attend- ing at Picture Butte Hospital and to the ladies who served lunch. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. and Kay Nummi, Janice, Bnan, Darrell CHABAY We would to express our sincere thanks to all our relatives and friends for their thoughtful acts of kind- ness, cards, flowers, food, and to everyone who helped in any way during our recent bereave- ment Mary Chabay and family. ROBINSON We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our rela- tives and friends for the flow- ers, cards and phone calls dur- ing our recent bereavement. Special thanks to the ladies of the CWL and to the Order of Royal Purple for serving lovely lunch. Gary and Gordon 3809 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRID6E 328-8962 C375'-tf j FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dufl, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8284. CWSl-tf AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRIC lawn mower rebuilding service Sire Repair Ltd ,1011 3rd Ave. S. 327_2i5i5. 2093-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same day service 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114 C6924-tf FRED'S EAVESTROUGH1NG AND psmtlnq Interior and exterior decor- ating. Free estimates, 328-12S8. 2559 tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE SER- vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No job too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. 327-4456. C7353-tf 84 GARDENING TOP SOIL AND WELL ROTTED MA- nure. Phone 328-3289 2013-tf MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- ing. Call 328-2094 7030-tf COTTONEASTER HEDGE, FWEE for the removal Phone 329-3431, after 5 p.m. 3807-7 EIGHT HP ROTOTILLER FOR fsst and efficient service. Phone 328- 9389. 1208 tf Bill allows exemptions for Hulterites PETERSEN Sunday, June 3, 1973, suddenly in Yellawknife N.W.T., Donald Wayne, aged 31 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Gail Petersen. Calgary. Also survived by two daughters, Sherry and Joanna; son, Bobby; his mother. Fern Peter- .sen; brother, Jack Petersen jboth of Victoria. B.C.; a sister, Mrs. Gerry Karens (Sillito) of Brooks. Services conducted by Telmor Sartison, Thursd a y, a.m. at the "Chapel on the Hill" Cy-Foster Gooder in charge of service. Graveside service. Pincher Creek. Thurs- day, 3 p.m In lieu of flowers donations to the Flowers of Hope Fund. C9833 ROTOTILLING, LANDSCAPING AND new lawns seeded. Phone 327-2595. WILL CUT LAWNS FOR ALL OR part of summer For information and prices, 327-2567. after 5.30 p.m 3676-5 WILL CUT LAWNS THROUGHOUT summer or while on holidays. Have own equipment Phone 328-4108 3556-7 DRIED GROUND MANURE, IN PLAS- tic bags each. Free delivery. Phone Coalhurst Greenhouse. 327-9530. 1585tf For Good Selection Bedding-Out Plants Apply Dan's Greenhouse Mile East of Stockyards Still Available! EVERGREENS SHAOf TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA. 34S-46M CLOSED SUNDAYS OTTAWA (C Members of religious groups that oppose contributions to insurance plans will be exempt from Canada Pension Plan (CPP) levies on self-employed earnings under a bill given first reading in the Commons Monday. The bill, promised earlier this year by Welfare Minister Marc Lalonde, will allow exemptions for such groups as Mennonites and Hutterites. Exemptions will be given reU- gious sects if the minister is satisfied that their established teachings oppose public or pri- vate insurance, if in practice dependents are supported by the group and if the group was in existence Jan. 1. 1966, when first collections under the plan were made. The exemptions for religious groups would be retroactive to Jan. l, 1972. LIFE TRAVEL BAN MOSCOW (API Soviet au- thorities apparently have lifted an internal travel ban imposed on foreign residents about a week ago. The ban covered a large area of the Soviet Union, generally west of the Volga River, diplomatic sources said. The ban was imposed because of spring military aourcn sakL ROW Passed away in Barons on Monday, June 4, 1973. following a lengthy ill- ness, Mr. Wilfred Carl Row at the age of 63 years of Barons. Born, raised and educated in the Barons District, the late Mr. Row farmed northeast of Barons. He retired in 1967 and moved into the Village of Barons, where he has resided uiuil his passing. He is surviv- ed by one son, Mr. George Row of Barons; three daugh- ters, Mrs. K. (Barbara) Bell of Vauxhall, Mrs. B. L. (Geor- gina) Fraser of Lethbridge, Mis B. (Sofia) Rauhala of Barons; eight grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Eva Delaney of Barons, Mrs. Ella Berg of Beaverton, Oregon; four broth- ers. Messrs. John, Erick. An- drew and Victor Row all of Barons The fufieral service will be held on Wednesday, June 6, at 2 p.m. in the Barons United Church, with Rev. Dr. R W. K. Elliott officiating In- terment will follow in the Bow- ville Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the Church from 1 p.m. until just prior to the service. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C9834 IN MEMORIAMS N'EVILLE In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father, and grandfather Fred (Ted> Neville who passed away June 5. 1972. remembered and sadly missed by bis wife Annette, son Fred, daught- ers Colleen, and Paulette and family. 3813 NEVILLE In loving mem- ory of Frederick Robert (Tedl Neville, who passed away June 5 1972. Your end was very sudden It made us weep and cry, The saddest part of afl, Ted, You never said good-bye. Each time we see your picture. You seen to smile and say, "Don't cry, I'm only sleeping We'll meet again some day." For those who have a son or brothsr Treat him with loving care. For you will never know the heartache 'Til you know that be s not there. -Lovingly remembered by mom, brother, Clark, sisters, Ramona, Brenda and families. 3812 WEAPONS STOLEN KINGSTON, Jamaica Burglars broke into the museum at the police training school here and stole 20 revolvers, homemade guns and daggers, the police said. in demand even at 90c a gallon SAN FRANCISCO (AP> At 85.9 cents a gallon for regular and 90.9 cents for premium, service station operator Ken Yano still finds people willing to buy his dwindling gas supply. "One guy took 20 gal- Yano said yesterday after his supplies had fallen to 200 gallons. "I asked he'd seen the sign. He said, OK, I need the gas.'" Yano said he'd rather boost the prices than run the risk of losing regular customers The previous weekend Yano said he was dosed for three days for lack of gas. ;