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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta M MISC. ABTICUS WANTED in good condition.. Phone 833-3W. BUrdett. 276-20- Wanted Baby carriage. Goodr condition. Reasonable. Phone 328- 3936. 243-16 Wanted Backhoe tractor in goodi condition. Write Box 28. 16j Wanted Old chime clocks. Working or not. Phone 328-9856 or, 328-7941. _____________9816-4A Wanted Hlde-a-bed, in good condition. Phone 236-3768. Granum. 9975-15 WE BUY FURS Coyote, lox, badger, mink. lynx, beaver, etc. Herb's Western Wear, phone 328-4726. C7931-15 SCRAP Cast iron Copper Brass Radiators Batteries. VARZARI IRON LTD. SCRAP YARD. 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328- 9342. C5568-M! ._______________________________________ j Wanted quality of good used barbed wire. Reply stating approximate amount, quantity and price. W. S. Johnson, 654-2846, Vauxhall. 9359-tf TREES We pay cash for mature trees up to 15 ft. tall shelter belts planted too close, can be properly thinned- Inquiries within 75 mile radius of Lethbridge welcome. SPRUCE TREE FARMS, Phone 328-5806. 9605-2A 61 TBUCKS, TRAILERS. CAMPERS WANTED____________ Wanted used eight ft. camper thai' sleeps four or six. Phone 653-2210. Cardston. ________94-18 Wanted used half tons. 1965-1970. Must be in good condition. Phone 222-3777, Wrentham. C7893-16 63 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED_____________________ Reliable babysitting in my own home. Phone 329-4231. 244-tf Will babysit in my Coalhurst home. Phone 327-9096. 9997-15 Will babysit in my Coaldale home. Phone 345-4752. 167-15 65 HELP WANTED 64 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED Young man seeks farm work. Wilf consider others Phone Ed, Coaldale, 345-3521, after 5 p.m. 95-18 Mobile Disc Sharpening Service Precision grinding or rolling. Nc dismantling required. Work" guaranteed. Book orders now and be ready for Spring. Bob Dawson, 27' Mealy Drive S.W., Calgary 13, Alta 189-19 65 HELP WANTED Experienced' painter required immediately. 327-6870. 333-18 Framing carpenters. Must be experienced in reading blue prints and use of large radial arm saw. Inside work. 327-1133. 330-21 Relief desk clerk irregular schedule, evening shift. Steady during summer. Apply Doreen Pfizenmaier, front desk. El Rancho Motor Hotel, before 3 p.m.C8046-20 FULL AND PART TIME SALES CLERKS FRANCINE'S LADIES WEAR OPENING APRIL 1ST IN CENTRE VILLAGE MALL. LETHBRIDGE Please send resume of sales experience to FRANCINE'S LADIES WEAR '10131 102ND ST. EDMONTON. ALBERTA T5J OW2 332-28 THE WILLOW CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 28 Will accept applications up to 12 noon March 25th for the position of caretaker at the G R. Davis School in Fort Macleod. Salary S6.000 per annum Applications and references should be forwarded to the undersigned. R. E. Congdon. Secretary-Treasurer. Willow Creek School Div. No. 28. P.O. Box 69. CLA3ESHOLM. Alberta. TOL OTO C8081-23h THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Invites applications CLERK I (Bookstore) hour week. a.m. to p.m filing, cashiering and invoicing to meei and deal effectively with students, staff and general public CARETAKER I hours per day Monday through Friday 6 p.m -ID p.m. caretaking duties, hourly rale of pay For apo'ica! ORS please coniact Personnel Office THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Phone 329-2276 Closing date March 20. 1974. C8074-18 CASUAL EMPLOYEES The Cily o1 Le'hbrido.5 tequires casual employees tor 1he following positions n Alberta Pubic Words Conference Boom. 16th Floor. College Piara. Edmonton. WAS SAWDERS. P Eng. Deputy Mmtster of M66 BEAVERBROOK HOME Newcastle. N.B., was the boyhood home of Lord Beaverbrook. TENDERS Sealed tenders will be received at the office of the Secretary Treasurer of the Town of Raymond until 10 a.m Monday. March 18th. 1974 for a small older home to be purchased and removed from the premises of 144 Yorth-200 West in Raymond. Trees and shrubs to be left undamaged, jroperty to be left clean of debris. V. Gllchrlst Secretary-Treasurer Town of Raymond Box 629. Raymond. Alberta. M42 TENDERS The County of Mountain View No. 17 hereby invites tenders for the services of a motor scraper comparable to a Caterpillar No 627 or No. 631 for the 1974 road construction season. The tender price shall be all inclusive e.-g. operator, fuel, maintanance. The successful tender will be operating along with two other Caterpillars No. 627 on road construction and will be working on a one shift per day basis. Tenders will be accepted by the undersigned until a.m. March 27th. 1974. LOWEST or ANY Tender not necessarily accepted. F. J. Dawley. County Commissioner P.O. Box 100 Didsbury. Alberta TOM OWO M68 DEATHS LEAVITT Hazel, passed away in Cardston on Wednesday. March 13, 1974 at the age of 75 years, beloved wife of the late Thomas William Leavitt, who predeceased her in February, 1972. Mrs. Leavitt was born in Tilden, Idaho on February 2, 1899. She came to Canada with her parents in 1901, settling in the Kimball district. She received her schooling in the Kimball School. She married Thomas William Leavitt in Cardston on April 24, 1918. They farmed in the Cardston district until 1936 when they moved to Cardston. She continued to reside there until the time of her passing. She was an active member of the LDS church. Her life was devoted to her family. She leaves to mourn her passing six sons, Keith of Leavitt. Rex of Cardston, Garth of Sandy, Utah. Gordon of Georgetown. Ontario, Jerry of Calgary, and Blake of Orangeville. Ontario: four daughters, Mrs. Roland (Zola) Herr of Cardston, Mrs. Russel (Opal) Hendry of Calgary. Mrs. Roy (Colleen) Rowland of Calgary, and Mrs. Nina Miller of Saskatoon; 35 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband and by one son. Max, in March. 1954. Funeral services will be held in Cardston. Alberta Stake Chapel on Saturday. March 16 at 1 p.m.. with Bishop Donald Shaw officiating. Interment will .follow in the Cardston Cemetery-. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon prior to the service in the Relief Society room of the church. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Cardston. Directors of Funeral Service. C8085 More Deaths page 32 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES GREAT CANADIAN' OIL SANDS LIMITED MINING DEPARTMENT Due to a maior expansion of our mining department, a large numbe' of permanent openings exist individuals to work on Our cor veyor systems and heavy equic rnent. Preference will be given it applicants with at least one yeai experience in one or more o! the above areas with emphasis on heavy equipment operation. STARTING WAGE PER HOUR Excellent promotional opportunities to per hour AH wage rates Subject lo general renew June 1. 1974 addition successful applicants are offered relocation assistance year-round empic'ymen! and ex- cellent benefits AH suc- cessful candidates will be required to temoorar Hy live >ri our carrp accommodations pending com- pletion of a maior home slruclion program 'o' ees scheduled lor completion Throughout soring Boom and board w" be al no cost to employee during ihis period interested applicants please coi- tact THE SUPERINTENDENT. EMPLOYMENT GREAT CANADIAN OIL SANDS LIMITED Box 450. Fort McMurray. Alberta Phone (403) 743-3331 Collect ;