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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HUP WANTED WAITERS AND WAITRESSES RE quired. provided. Phone C7HMO INEXPERIENCED HELP FOR GOV- ernmcnl sponsored training In SHOP Write BOX 32, Herald. IIU-IO 61 DOMfSTIC NEEDED SOMEONE TO LOOK efler live year old, three or lour ernoora a week, In your home.Pre ferably few blocks from 214 Mth SI. N. or Oilbralth'School area. Phone, 7-9 p.m., 32t-7860. IOI1-8 SECURITY GUARDS WANTED FOR part time. Musi be dependable bondlbH. Phone XH4U. C71W-19 WANTED PAINTER TO PAINT 11 farm Mve sprayer. Phone 3J7-5MO. _____________ TOP'S PIZZA AND SPAGHETTI House requires help. Minimum age It. Apply In person, ________C7575-15 86 PITS AND SUPPLIES FOUR MONTH OLD FEMALE GER- man shepherd for sale. Phone 32MWO. H70-V POMERANIAN FOR SALE', week old male. Phone 327-9449. DRYWAUL APPLICATOR WITH KNOW- ledge of taping. 7WS-12 PERSON TO LEARN RUG AND UP- holitery cleaning Ira da. Good start- Ing >alary. Phone Due lo expansion of otjr services'we reoulre per April I, a mature' person to work the third HOMEMAKER wllh the Barons-EureKa social Ser- vices Agency. DUTLESL To lake care of families In the temp- orary absence of the. mother due to Illness or vertcus other reasons. Reliable transportation essential Pleast send your or write for further information ,10 John A. Boon, Director of Preventive Social Services, Box 11, Coaldal...... EIGHT WEEK OLD SIAMESE 'KIT- CM lor sale. Lilac and Seelpolnt. Stone 1114-9 WANTED RELIABLE SALES CLERK, full lime, for leading ladle's dress shop downlown. Wrlfe Box W, Her- MEAT .CUTTER REOU1RED AS maneoer for self-service meat depart- ment TrV small town northwest ol Leth- brldae. Reply P.O. Box 733, Lelh- brldge. 69 FARM COUPLE FOR YEAR ROUND FARM work. Phone Box Clares LADIES OR (MEN) PART-TIME. Minimum ane II. serving customers. For food lire and cosmetics. Phone 327-7794, evenings only. C7708-9 MANAGER tlan Department. 30 hours per week. Training supplied. Fuller Brush Co., iT, p.m. 8S OPPORTUNITIES FOR RENT, OPTION TO BUY Billiard Barber Shop. Apply 720 13th St., N. RESTAURANT FOR SALE Central location. Long established. For lull Information contact Henry Vee 329-2S2! between 2-5 p.m. and S-1T p.m Business building for sale) leose, centre of Main Slresf Fernie. immediate occupancy Reply Box 1147, Fernie, B.C. r 7RJLH 7843-11 COUPLE WANTED FOR LA ROE farm near Lethbrldce.' Large house wllh telephone, power and Indoor plumbing. Partly, lurnlshect. Exper- ience not as Important as attitude, and ability. For more Information phone 328-3108, collect. 7701-13 FULLER BRUSH TERRITORIES available. City ami country. to M per hour. For appointment phone 320- OMV to a P.m. MATURE COUPLE RE8UIRED BY large ranch localed In southern: Al- berta 30 miles from Ptncher Creek. Housing available. Duties Include wor- king with catlle, general malnlenance and cooking for ranch crew. Good wages and lull benefits. Wrlie Box so, Herald, FOR SALE AST FOOD OPERATION, NATION AL FRANCHISE. FOR ADDITIONA NFORMATON WRITE BOX ISO BANFF, ALBERTA. 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED IMMEDIATELY MAN- agir for feed firm. C. Long L1rf. ston, or phocw Box 178, after Card- SENIOR NURSE' REQUIRED FDR Chinook Unit. Must be Apply Dr.- K. Alder, Chlnock Ith Unit, Fort Wacteod. 7932-lOh UNITED IRRIGATION DISTRICT, GLENWOODVILLE, ALBERTA-RE- QU1RES EXPERIENCED DRAGLINE OPERATOR. CONTACT OFFICE IN PERSON OR BY LETTER, STATINS EXPERIENCE AND WAGES EX- PECTE D.__________________TIlMi WANTED: QUALIFIED REFR1GER- allon Personnel. Commercial and res- idential, steady employment, bonuses, commissions, Immediate employment. Phone 352-7133, KOEHLE AND SON, 410 Kootenay St., Nelson, 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks lo six years. Phon Baby Centre 328-2509. 74 TUTORING INTERESTED IN A CAREER .N the dental field? We wish to Inter- view campelent to train 1o become dentil roving Distant, and la twratory technl afc n. Would mature, interested parties ap- ply stating experience and qualifica- to Herald. Grain Elevator Manager FOR WARNER ELEVATOR Must boodable end In good health. preferred. Apply in per- son, Head Office, Ltthbndce. C 77 87-13 TUTORING BY TEACHER: schocl French end English. J1K8C1. HIG Phon 7359-2 76 SEWING SERVICES DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATION done In my ho.ine. 326-6711. 7737-19 EXCEPTIONAL ull or part factory direct dls- Ibulorshlp. High Immediate Income jmmer monlhs alone approximate! Inventory Investment eply Box 41, Herald. .Deaths, Cards (Jf Ishanhs, T BIRTH LOWE Bob and Gail are leased to'announce the birth if a son, Shane Wade, born ilarch 4, 19T3 8192 DEATH RAE Passed away in the city on Wednesday, March 7, 1973, Mr. William Rae at the age of 75 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Catherine Rea of 2117 Blh Avenue S. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when -completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C7M6 PUBLIC NOTICES ROYAL TRUST. PHONE 328-7761 SMALL TOWN HOTEL Big district to draw Irom. Newly de- corated beveraaa room. Eight rooms upstairs for rental purposes. Liquor license Bppllsd tor by present owner. PROVINCE OF AlBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT DEATHS LEONG Passed away the city on Monday, March 5 1973 following a lengthy illness Mr. One Duck Leong at the age of 75 years, 316 2 Avenue S Born and raised in China, th late Mr. Leong came to Can ada in the early 1920 rs to south- ern Alberta. He moved to Lell bridge-in the 1930's where he has resided until his passiBj The funeral service will be held on Friday at 3 p.m. In Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- 812 3 Avenue S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in. the Chinese section Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL, 812 3 Avenue S. Phone 328- 2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., irecfors of the Funeral Ser- vice. C7847 CARD OF OF THANKS TOLLEY Sincere We wish to express and appreciation to the doctors and nurses o( Border sincere thanks lo the ma-ron, nurses and staff at South- Hospital, Milk River; St. Nursing Home for the ael's Hospital, Lethbridge, and kindness to brother their treatment and during his ollness care, during my forced the lovely lunch served tion. Many thanks to my. the Rebekahs Lodge. Oui tives, friends and neighbors thanks to the pallbear the flowers, cards and visits relations and friends foi me while a patient. A kind expression of sym thank you to the Les cards, flowers and phony four sons, Romeo and Elden of Brocket, Clark and Marvin of Lethbridge, Mrs. Korine rlany Bears, Lethbridge Denise Yellowhorn of Pinchc Creek, Mrs. Connie Crop Earec Wolf, Standoff, and Kathleen of Brocket; 11 grandchildren, services will be held in St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Brocket, Saturday at a.m., Rev. S. Fortier offi- ciating. Interment Brocket Cemetery. Friends may donate lo the Alberta Heart Fund, Box 687, Pincher Creek. Funeral ar- rangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C7845 79 PERSONAL Sal- Please CAREER OPPORTUNITY INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPAR- ed by Eslher Lambert. Phone 32B-3C46. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem 317-8W9 or afler p.m. EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. GROUPS, AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 32MM7. One sales repref 1o our slaff _ln iresenlative will be added _____ ____ i Ihe city of LeSribrldge. We are looking fcr a person who hai: desire to make willingness to work hard and sense of rcspcrolblllly fcr other people. Extensive training will be provided Phone 3Z8-H75 for ap- pointment with sales manager. 8153-14 SALES PERSON We have, an Immediate opening for a person to sell I.H.C. farm equipment, trucks and Toyota cars and Irucks. If you are Interested please call or write us today. MADGE EQUIPMENT LTD. MILK RIVER TELEPHONE 647-3838 TEENS Are you living wilh a problem drinker In your home? There Is understand ing and help fcr you. Phone Jean 327-8340, Marilyn 328-8972; Jane 327 70S6. 5383-flh BLOWIU' YOUR MIND-HOROSCOPE The fulure Is our business; Are you facing difficult problems? Poor health? Money or (roubles? Loss of love or family troubles? Success and good fortune In Hfe can be yours For Information please wrlle lo: Ve- No. 207 1421 Ai tig rove Road Ihbridge, Alberta. Please enclos If-atfdressed, stamped envelope. fiWM 0 SERVICES AND REPAIRS IRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- ICE K1RBY COMPANY OF LETH- RIDGE 31S-E942. C3751-tf RYWALLING, TAPING, SPRAYING EXPERIENCED MOTOR GRADER OPERATOR Way lead to permantnt round employment. For further psrHculars contact: John OcikovrakI Public Works SUperlnlendeot Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. Box 27? Pincher Creek, Alta. Phdne 627-3484 or 627-3130 FINANCE ADJUSTER For management training program ExctlUnt opportunity Icr _-.inc menr with national finance orsanlz lion Educational assistance, grou and life Insurance and other progre slvt benefits. Applicant be high school oite wim driver's licence an oul- sales oriented person capable cf progressing Into management, CONTACT W- D. JamTeson 327-5711 ASSOCIATES FINANCE CO. LTD. OUTHERN STAWP AND STENC1L ubber stamps, corporate seals, aters, etc. day servlcfl. 1233 nd Ave. S. Phone 32S-51K C6924-1F PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS TO INVEST BROILER OP- ration, hogs. Cash rent up to acres. Box Herald. 61H-13 WANTED TO LEASE MOTEL, Wale-ton ParK. Cash start ct sei son. Box a, KeraW. 8U3-13 MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-MerchanU Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 Resident... Farms and Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. prope riles Mall, Phone 3IS-3J11 Commercial ranches. City Lowest interest rales and second mortgages. C 7747-10 MORTGAGES All types of -mortgage financing: small towns acreages new and old call CITY REALTY AND IN- SURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. Soulh, Lelhbrldgc, Alberta. 328-3251. SEALED TENDERS will be rece.vel by Ihe undersigned up to U o'clock A.M. on Tuesday, March 20, 1973, for the construcllon of the following Highway 1, Calgary City Limits to W. of Lake Mile 4.00 to Mile B.45 Grading, Asphaltlc Concrete B n s e- Pavement, and Other'Work Approximate Quantities: Cubic Yards of Excavation Tons of Gravel (from source of Contractor's Contract and Specifically may be obtained at the office of the CtiJel Con- struction Engineer, Highways Build- ing, Edmonton, Alta., 1he office of the District Engineer, 1707 Sixth Slrect N.W., Calgary, Alberla, and the office of the District Engineer, Admlnlstra- ion Building, Lethbr.dge, Alberla, and .rill te available only to Individuals registered and operating In the Prov- ince cf Alberla, or to partnerships or ccrporalions registered and operating In and who have established a fixed plsce cf business 1n the Province of Alberta. A deposit cf Twenty-Five Dol- lars payable lo 1he Provln- cial Treasurer, will be required for each copy o( the Contract and Specifi- cations taken. Each bid must be acccmpanled by a marKed cheque or March 6, 1973, Josepha Parslow, Vul- can. Born 'at Swynton Park, Ontario, came to Vulcan in 1911 where she has resided since. Past patron and life member of Ferrowdale Chan- ter No. 65, Eastern Star. Sur- vived by one daughter, Lyneltj and one son, Robert, both o Vulcan. Services at Vulcan United Church, Friday 2 pjn. Rev. William Julian officiating. Inlerment, Vulcan Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alberta Heart Fund. VULCAN FU- NERAL HOME, in charge cf arrangements. C7843 FUNERAL FORMOS Funeral service for Mr. Wasyl (William) For- mes, who died at Medicine Hat Feb. 28, 1973, at the age of 89 years, was hel at p.m. Saturday, March 3, 1973, in the Martin Bros, Traditional Chap- el, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Mr. Arvicl McKee officiating. Pall- bearers were Herbert and Roger Schacker, Roger Gillett, Myron Dean Freddy and Peter Dyck Interment was in the 90 CONTRACTS lowest or any sariiy accepted. V. E. McCUNE, Deputy Minister or Highways and Transport. Tender not ncces- lin JirOS. Ltd., Directors Ot U1I- neral Service, was in Charge of the arrangements. SALES AND SERVICE, 5ER- Ices all makes of washers and ryers, automatic or conventional, Alsi II small appliances, lawn mowers, vacuum cleaners, etc. No [ob oo larga or too smalf. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 90S 3rd Ave. C735MI PAINTING DONE PART TIME. FOR RUMPUS ROOMS, KITCHEN cupboards, remodelling end repairs Phone B. Raven, 327-3219." Free estl- f ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 84 GARDENING MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trlmmrng and felt- Ing. Call 7030-if DO YOU 4NEED A RUMPUS. ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or repairs GARAGE BUILDING, work and stuccoing. Andersi Sorenscn Construct I on, J NOTICE THE MATTER OF Section 175 cf The Municipal Government Act and In 1hft matter cf. repealing a by-las held CARDS OF THANKS HORTON I would like to thank everyone for their visits, gifts, etc., that I received while CoaMale Hospital. Special thanks to the doctor and the staff. Harold Horton 8190 clos- to TREES AND HEDGES TRIMMED and removed, estimate. Prompt service. Phone 326-7OT8. WIStf PEAT MOSS SPECIAL FOUR CU. It., 13. Phone Falrview Grcennouse, 353-2193. C7fl37-ltt LLOYD'S TREE TKtMMING SERVICE trees Irlmmed or removed. For prompt ser.vlce 327-3H1. CEMENT ion B n d I of in the evening. 71h Ave. Chambers a> Cily Hall In Lethbrldge, C7377-K Alberta, t; __ -----------I Lelhbridge FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, liQn to a by-law to old basements dug, water proofing. In- FIRSTLY To lhar porlion sured, free estimates, laneway described as follows: Thai 311-ltll. sincere thanks (o the doctor and staff of the Blairmore General Hospital and doctor and staff rrf Pincher ek for their care of my wife Connie during her illness. Spe- cial thanks to friends for their C3M1-1I GARAGES, RUMPUS Ing needs rooms All your remodel. _ Ho lob loo small. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 373-0987 or 3JJ-3493. portion or I 6th Sixth Avenue Lei h bridge e DO PRUNING, ESPECIALLY fruir frees. Phone 345-4633. Special win- ter In effect now. LACOMDE TREES AND SHRUBS PRUNED AMD removed by qualllied Ire a pruneri. Reawnatsla prFccs. Free estlmalcs. 33B-7i77. flllS-13 C AND J (ion and concrete equipment. Bobcat loaders, heaters. Plan LETHBRIDGE .......jncing at 1he mo Southerly boundary cf Sixth Avenui South and thence southerly for a dir r I tance of Seventy (70) feel AND SECONDLY To repeal By> by-law of the CHy of ers and a speci; pallbearers. Bob Dunlcp 8189 CLELANO 1 wish lo ex- Edmonton fire victim named of laneway dsi I That porlion I between Sixth Avenue Si ieh cioced that pxiion press my lhanfcs and apprecia- wwrt He, tioa io my doctor, tlie nurses sixth and staff on Third Floor, Muni- 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL BOOKKEEPER REQUIRED local firm of Chartered Accountants. Accuracy, speed and neatness essen- tial. BanWrig or bookkeeping enca desired. Reply Box 32, Herald. Required immediately RECEPTIONIST SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR Must be proficient typist Write box 43, Herald Did you know you can rent Comb-rs Aerators Lawn Sweeoers Pest Hoi a Augers Hedge Trimmers Chain Saws Edgers Wheelbarrows Paint Camper Jacks Cement Mixers Cement Trowels Ladders Etc. Etc. WARDS SERVICES LTD. 1712 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-8775 Open 7 c.m. 7 p.m. Except Sundays and Holidays 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEl DAY SA" urdays and Sundays cff. Apply Mrs El Rancho Motor Hotel. BRIDGE 3745-U, commend rvg point Tvceniy Four (54) feet Norlh cf Iho mos) Northerly boundary of Slxfh Avenue and Ihence Northerly for distance of Eiqhty-nlne (B9> feet oo friends for VJSlls, Cards, letters EDMONTOM COP) MeUl said Plan and to open the same to1 ..'_'. Ifnelar fi7 hat; identified I motor vehicle traffic. Hosier, 67, nas ueen laenimeo. AHD FURTKER TAKE NOTICE as (ho Eumonlon who THAT Bny perion wift ana died in a fire in a soulhside ws bungalow early Wednesday. lo The body was found Heard by the council by himsell or his on a chesterfield. District Fire LETHBRIDGE IMS 51 n day Chief Alf Pansy said indica- a March, A.D. tions were that the fire was Jfify CLE'HK started by a cigarette. 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRYERS. BUSINESS HOURS FEB ruarv 15 to March fl Afler p.rr Helmulh Dyck, Coaldalo. Phone 34S- mi. C7US-1 BOX NUMBERS 2 10 II 31 J3 37 38 41 73 TO U PUBLIC NOTICE DATSUK-FIAT-MAZDA-PIHTO- REHAULT-TOYOTA-VECA- YOLKSWAGEM... ...are all fine cars. But which one_ is the best buy? cipal Hosptlfll, for the fui care given me while a pat- ient there; also to relatives and and phono calls. Thank you all. -Gilbert L. Cleland 8210 Datsun 1200 prices start at There are a few economy cars that seem to cost or less. But take a look at the features Datsun includes for that price. Like reclining front bucket seats. Front disc brakes. Rear window defogger. High capacity 2-speed And much more. In the long run when you include all your operating, maintenance and depreciation costs the Datsun 1200 could end up costing you less to own. Before you buy an economy car, Datsun thinks you owe it to yourself to check out all the good values on the market. Read the consumer and trade magazines. Talk to Datsun owners. Then, test drive a Datsun 1200. You may come to the same conclusion thousands and thousands of Canadians have. Datsun 1200 gives you all the car you really need. And all the savings you really expect. 1200 sedan: Suggested retail piice F.O.B. Montreal, Halifaxwsrehouses. Local freight, licence, provincial tax.il applicable, extia. FOR SALE BY TENDER Bids will te accepted unlll noon, March 15, 1TO (Of Ihe following: 1. One building approximately SS'xtt' Iccaled on t-ot A, Plan 1M7, BrocKel, Alberla commonly known as Broclcet Store; 2. Equipment (located in Brocket Store) al upright pop cooler; b) horliontal glsw (rent coolers; cl Kelvlnator 5' horlronlal compartment freezer; d) W wooden counter; A dip'cSll'S' accompany each bid, wllh the remainder payable upon Us acceptance or any bid" nol necessarily accepted. All bios should be made in wrillng lo: DEPARTMENT OP INDIAN AFFAIRS, 206 FEDERAL BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA-MARKED BROCKET STORE PALUN We wish to ex- press our appreciation and sin- cere thanks to the. doctors, nurses of Medical I Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital for their care and kindness shown our loved one during her ill- ness; to Captain Butcher for his beautiful service. A special thank you to the Pensioners and Senior Citizens. Our sin- cere thanks to our relatives, neighbors and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, cards, flowers, phone calls, visits and the rrany donations of locd. Lloyd Eveline Pickles Violet Findlay and families ail'you-need' DATSUN DATSUN ui moie man 13 W Oiiwn C anada and ih U nited ;