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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta jun. 1971 THt l.ETHBRIDOI HIRMO 51 MALE HELP WANTED WELDER REQUIRED Mechanical ability an asset. Sttfidy employment. Wrlle Box Herald. PART TIME GENERAL SERVICE man required by Fireslcnc Stores, Lethbrlrfge. Experience In changing car and truck llrts preferred. Phone Bob Solte, CJMI-ll TRUCK DRIVERS FOR LOCAL NA- tionat company- Must have Class ttr" llcensa. Reasonable Phone 328-S3SS, I air 59 MALE-FEMAlt HELP WANTED cllered. c 2 379-9 rTRST CLASS AUTO BODY REPAIR- man. Must be able lo paint. Fully qualified. Top- Company bene- llls Wrlle box 107, Herald. IANITORIAL "SERVICES REQUIRED Professional Buildinn In exchange rental of Ivjo sulle hause. Box W, FOR GENERAL ollice work in molel. To live m. Ex- perience nol necessary. Phone 34S- 66 PERSONAL EMERY7S BOOKING SERVICE _- Dance groups for all Kcaslpns. Wed- dings, clubs, etc. Phone M-ao. UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE STU. High'er'rnlngl Phone ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anvone with a proolem. Phone W-an or alter a.m. RESPONSIBLE IN ninlslrfllive experience required loi Ihis cnallinging position. "I" plicalions to Superintendent ot Sthoo ef Vulcan Ho. 1, Vulcan, Al MrU. TEACHERS WANTED cf i No. 1 (sllowing Counly areas: PHYSICAL EDUCATION El. an EDUCATIO LAIJGUAGE-ARTS Jr. High MATH-SCIENCES _ Et. Jnd Jr. Hig ENGLISH Sr. High Aoply to Ihe Superintendent Schools, County cf No. VULCAN, Canada's leading ralocatable homes mpi in Southern Alberts requires permanenl minded Individuals. Good opportunities fur advancement with one ci Canada's fastest growing companies- Gocd wages large mcd- t in pcrscn working condition L possible. MR. C. B. THOMAS PERSONNEL MANAGER SAFEWAY SHELTER SYSTEMS LTD., P.O. BOX 970 INDUSTRIAL AIRPORT CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA TEACHER -TROCHU SCHOO One required lor; Senior hicih social sli'dies a'rtd junic TOOL RENTALS POWER RAKES ROTOTILLERS CHAIN SAWS HEDGE TRIMMERS ETC. PARSONS HARDWARE HOLIDAY VILLAGE 327-7066 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (IS72I LIMITED College Wall. Phone 328-3331 me wildest facility available, v.'e ALL TYPtS mortga A bend I, (Ofal tender sum "-ii the successful tenderer to lul perlormance ot IhE conlract. For the benetlt cl Conlraclors I millino lenders a field tour cf pipe lines shall leave the Englre- Department, Lelhbridge Hall 1.30 p.m., June J2nd, 197J. The Ic-.vest or any tender nol ne t sarily accepted. W. PONECH, PURCHASING AGENT. PROVINCE Of ALBERTA DEPT. OF HWYS. TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH 75 CONTRACTS VMTER WELLS DRILLED. CONTACT Allan Bros., 453-3182. [WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT WORK. Oouhle J. Construction, 345-4630. REMODELLING HOUSES, SIDE- I driveways, garases, copboards POULTRY AND SUPPLIES RESH FRYERS. PAN READY ON zen lots. 40 cents per Ib. Pree d-hv- V Also custom Killing. H. Dyck. ja'ldale. Phon- ALL REPAIRS, -r. SIDING, balh- V. 2 PETS AND SUPPLIES A, PHONE JONES ating wall papei. ROSSBRED COLLIE LABRADOR Ing. Frea estimates, ups. Free. Phcne 6J3-4107, '____________________ BOARD ALL SIZE] OR PATIOS. cgs. Fxcellenl care. Please GUARANTEED WORK M A N S HI P head. Plione 223-83S3 Taber or wrile PHONE 3I8-J505 G. A. Addy, Box m. TOK-2GO. GARAGE BUILDING: C E fA E N 1 I and stuccoing. "J" FREE SIAMESE CAT- BEAUTIFUL Sorenson Conslruclion, 1020 7lh Ave. larKlngs. Good will) children. 32S-40M. s. Plione CH7MI ___________ GUN DOGS REGISTERED LAB- FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, w.ttr'prooljng.j.n. for HMW. MWlh. L.. FREE BEAUTIFUL HALF SIAMESE cement blccks, cement iillens. House (rained, clean. Coal coing, fireplaces, house ,lack and stripe labby. Phone only C2Z" Thursda'yr Frid'aV. June B, 9 and !2, between 5 and i p.m. only. ONE NINE MONTH OLD 3ane, male. One small fer huahua Terrier. GREAT ale Chi- 34iMO AND J RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaction equip- ment. Concrele equipment. Corral! ing. Phone Ave. s. __ FOR SALF POODLE MALTESE CUPBOARDS, VANITIES AND CHI- pattern for' first-class and special handhng to Leonard Northcott, Milo. Ser- vicas Vulcan United Chureh, Monday, June 12, 2 p.m., Mrs. E. Howie offier.ting. In lieu o! flowers, donations may be made lo the Canadian Cancer Society. Interment Vulcan Cem- etery. VULCAN Funeral Home in charge ol arrangements. Mr. al p.m. Thursday, June 3, '2144 DIXSON' Passed away in Calgary on Wednesday, June 7, 1072, Mr, Lloyd Knappe Dixson at the age of 74 years of Eov. Island. Tlie funeral service wil be held on Saturday at p.m. in Martin Eros. MEMO R I A I, CHAPEL, 7D3 1311 Street North. Plione 328-2361 Interment will follow in the family plot Archmount morial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu neral Service. C244 SEALED TENDERS instruction d the fo S.R. SOS vioit-i 1on Dam to Mile 71 lo "He s R. ew jcl S. R. to Hillsprmg Mile to Wile 1.6 j... S BR- 505 to E. cf Glenwosd Mile 0.0 lo Mile GlenVJOcd Approach Jcl. S. R. 810 to Glen'.vccd Mile 0.0 to rAile 0.4 Asphaltic Concrele P.ivmcnl Approximale Quantities: 20.6W Grave! Ten Wiles Proiecl: Improvement District No. 20 and Highway No. Gravel Eycavalina, crushing end Leading to- Trucks Cubic Yards Conlracts and WatriTeiia nee Era! ne erf hw B ui District Engineer, 1707 slli Street, N W Calqarv, Alcerla and tr.e utnce ol Ih'e Districl Ennlneer, Administralion Duldlnq Lelhbridge. Alberia and be available only tc. Individuals dojnl- -llcd. registered and opera ing I" In, BLASCO Passed i Vernou, B.C., on Sunday, Jun 4, 1972, Mr. Stanley J o s e p Slasco at the age of years, leloved husband of Mrs. Don- a Blasco of Vcrnon, B.C. Tlie uneral service will be held on aturclay at a.m. in Mar- n Bros. TRADITIONAL HAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue outh. plmns 323-2361, with Rev. Father R. Zuback official- ig. Interment will follow in ic Mount Calvary section of fountain View Cemetery. IARTIN BROS. LTD., Dircc- ors of Funeral Service. C2449 1S72, ill Ilic Chrislensen Funer- al Chapel with Bishop Leo L. Davidson officiating. Pallbear- ers were MiUe Lacusta, Jerry Virginillo, Bill Heggie. Law- encc Brown, Tony Rollke and Iharlie Hensel. Representa- ivcs of Hie Moose lodge served s honorary pallbearers. Inter- ment was iri Archmount Mem- rial Gardens. Cliristcnsen Sal- nrs of Funeral Service, was in ors of Funeral Service, was in liarge of tiie arrangements. SCOTT Funeral service tor Robert William Scolt, beloved lusband of Mrs. Doris Scd. of 12tli St. N. who died in the cily Wednesday, May 24, 1972. al the age ol 75 years, was held at p.m. Friday, May 2C 1072, in (he Christensen Chapel mill Rev. R. W. K. El- liott oificialing. Honorary pall- bearers were Frank Vaile, George Stannard, George Bed- ard, Ralph Sieve Sek ella and Lawrence Kubasec. Cremation followed. Cliristen Salmon Funeral Homo Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. PIN'iiili Passed away in' he city oil Monday, June 5, 1372, following a lengthy ill- less, Mr. Jolm Pinter at the age ol 42 years, of 1218 3rd Avenue "A" South, beloved son of Mrs. Kalherine Pinter of Hungary. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at a.m. in Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL, with Father G. Marien officiating. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects al Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEF, 703 13th Street North. Phono 528-2361. MARTIN BROS, LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- IN MEMORIAM JOHNSON In loving mem- ory of a ctear fatter and grand- father, Raymond Ralph John- son, who passed away June 911i, 1969. His memory is our greatest treasure, In our hearts he lives lorever. remembered and Ihought of by Slurley, John- ny and Warren. 35W MORE IN MEMOMAMS ON' PAGE 21 JOINS BENY'S SALES STAFF Deputy Minister Transport. puppy. PUcne 345-4560, afier HOMES FOR FOUR SIA- any Tabby kittens. House trained- Elahf wesks old. Phcn? 358- B715, 3351-9 BLACK MALE LABRADOR ijocd Tiome. Phcr.e alter 6 WANTS .m., 317- G. A, WILSON SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS THREE HILLS SCHOOL DIVISION 60 BOX 310, TROCHU. ALBERIA. C2130-10 62 EDUCATUTNAL SERVICES 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED BRIDGE CABS AND LIMOUSINE SERVICE H E 0 u I R E COMPETENT, WELL MANNERED AND GROOMED FULL AND PART-TIME DRIVERS. All new cars and equipment provided. Only 1hose perswi willing and able lo Ihe public In prolesstpnal need apply. FOR PERSONAL INTERVIEW AP- PLY Uli MAYOR WAGRATH DRIVE OR PHONE 318-S805. SCHOOL AIDE Required for the FOREMOST SCHOOL September 1st, 1972 DUTIES: Library Clerk, SfudV Hal QUALIFICATIONS: Matun omptMt in typing. APPL1 TO- C P. Ellc, Sup'.rirlcndfnt c Ccunl? of Fcrly l.mi No. I Foremost, Altcrla BY: Jure 15, 1573 FOR ALL YOUR SEWING 338-M97. LOST EIGHT MONTH OLD S1AM- esc cal, grey and collar Revjard. m-axt, BE A DISC JUCKEY acordsd mssssne by Jim Eiiiol tells ou how. Pricn'e 323-3636, Columbia chcol of Broadcasfino. 9I7J.1I THREE YEAR OLD FEMALE _____ Phcni U7--MC: 7 i.m.-t a.m., Milk 5HELTIES Reqlslered champicn sired miniature colile puppies. S7S. Ready June 9lh. Calc.iry. OK ENG- Sprinpor Epsnlel pups. Ready J'jr.e 10. Dale LaRose, Botha, Alia. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NA CAB1HETS. BORGE I FENCES. SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, driveways, garages, cupboards, iram- ing, and farm xvcrfc. Free es- iSiales Guaranlied workmanship. No lob too small. Phone 115- 3493. PUBLIC NOTICES THREE BEDROOM HOUSE FOR SALE IN PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA Interest in liquor IS. Size 12 (husl 34) pant yards 60-inch. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (75 cents in coins (no stamps, 1 please) for each pattern add I 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send order to ANNE 7 T, ADAMS, care of IS lllg.ll ANNE ADAMS, I 60 Fronl SI. W.. Toronto HIGH PRAIRIE Res-1 Print plainly PATTERN NUM- idents of this northwestern Al- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- 1----- DRESS, and Ihe name of me Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT j 4 SEWING SERVICES 45 LOST AND FOUND LOST FROfA PARK PLAZA V.'HITH 'eugeot bicycle, V-'ednesctay nigtit. HAVE S3S.CM TO INVEST FARrA. motel, slore cr v.hat have you? Write Box 58, Herald. ____________335M3 HARDWARE STORE FOR SALE IN Lethbridge. Phcne 338-7148, after e p.m. FOR SALE (TOGETHER OR SEP- two chair beauly and bar- fc-r shop Gocd ciienfele. 653S Rd., Calgary. Prune KSt'H, alter 6 ,Jr Jearly Friday. i'w Schofield Street, Pincher Creek, A- .l-srla sr.rf icsally dsscritecf as Lot 34, Block 1, Plan Plncher 7501 h W. This building has an exisling CMHC mwlqage cf per cent. A ceffificd cneriue, made twiyabls to Pincher Creefe School Division No 29, for 10 per cent of Ihe tender price must accompany the leader. The highest cr any tender not neces- sarily accepled, R, J. Roth Secretary-Treasurer Cresk StihMl Divisicn Uo- Plncher Alterla- berta coramunity have made their preferences known, in more ways llian one. Volers recently approved ser- and in local larked ving liquor ay 1hS (-.v I STRAYED FOUR BRED I heifers branded righ! shoulder I Northeast cl 1 csr animal reward, Phcvie 1 753-MS8, Raymond- taverns by a majority of 84 pel- cent. A total or 634 persons voted. Last, fall, v.iien the town mayor and several councillors were selected, 384 voters show- d up. 66 PERSONAL FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORfAATlON, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF PO. BOX LETH- BRIDGE, ALBESTA. SHIRLEY, l; JEAN, ISBi-Irh ARE YOU A SINGLE PARENT, Wi- dowed, separated cr divorced, and raisfng your alone? Wa ur.- denfand with prcressioral guidance, educaUonal anil social activities for you and your children- PAREtiTS WITHOUT PARTNERS can you. Custody not n factor, (inquiries in- vifed. Boy 107, Herald. RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3rd Ave. S. Phanl MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE or nearest oiler buyi business property In Butte, naw operat- ing as cafe and rooms. May be converted Mo other business or resi- dential revenue. Properly will consider Lethbridae cr late model car in tracfe. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT CANADA TENDERS SEALED TENDERS, addressed To the undersjpned ar.d marked "Tender fcr Installation cf Air Conditioning lo VOR Building and Related Work at Medl- erne Hat, Alberta" be received up lo p.m., Mrjynlain Daylighr Sav- inq Time en June 27, Plans, specific al ions and tender docu- ments may fce cMalncd on Bpolicatior Mvnlstrv of Transport, Regional Supply Ofticer, Rco 89', CONTACT JOE PERUCH AT C20S4-H I Building, 9B20 ICTlh Street, Edmon tcr. Alberta upon receipt of a certified cheque of S35.00 made payable lo the Receiver General of Canada. Plan' and specifications te on (Jispla> at the Builders Exchanges in EcJmon ton, Calgary, Lelhbridge Bfwl Mediclni Hat, Alberla; Vancouver, B.C.; South Km Bulldlnq Reports, Winnipeg, Man! tota and Vancouver, B.C.; And Indus trial CoriSlruclion Centre Lid. Burna- ty, B.C. O. J. DEVVAR Western Administrator J4, loved husband ol, Mrs. Julia E. Poche, and beloved son of Mrs Mary Poche and the late John Poclie. He is also survived by three daughters, Mrs. M. (Mar- garet) Fowler, Mrs. E. (Janet) Ktenersen, Mrs. A. (Stephanie) Lawrence, all cf Baltimore; two sisters, Mrs. Mary liig- hsui. Mrs. Jolatie Pinera; two new Spring Summer Catalog. All sizes! Send 53c INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, lit, sew modern way. SI.00 NSTANT FASHION BOOK what-to- wear answers. lirollicrs, Messrs, Cliestcr Poche. Re be celebrated mcnl will follow more Cemetery. W I E D E S E I, D LOUIS IAROCK Logan, Genera' Seles Alex and idem Mr.s n Hie Ralli- ovc MITCHELL ton FUNEHAL HOME, 6500 York Koad, Balfi- more, Maryland, Directors Funeral Service. of cir soles sloff. ;is was born ond raised in D Albert, Sask. He has had years experience in au- live sales. He has been in comes his many (riends ond ac- quaintances lo see him ot Beny's for their every automotive need. He will be most pleased lo assist them in any way. Deaths yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Wilton. W. Purdy, 59, author of several books aJid numerous magazie articles dealing with automobiles, of self-inflicted gunshot wounds. Chappariua, N.Y.-Charles T, fChick) Ireland Jr., 51, presi- dent of Columbia Broadcasting System since last September. New Rushing, BE, the Wues singer whose phys- ical appearance matched his theme song, Mr. Five-by-Five. _ Timmins, Domi- nique Maynard, 70, a pioneer in establishing the French Roman Catholic scout movement hero 18 years ago. Freilc ric t Joseph Sturgeon, 64, New Brunswick's provincial fire marshal since i 1946. three Kerfs one (R3COK1) Make up own lo remember vour code. Then -end it U> NCHIT ;