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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE UTHBRIOGE HERALD Tuesdny, 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT 58 MAIE HELP WANTED 58 MALE HELP WANTED i: u i. k. T i M f. s r R vi c n STATION AT Li Box Herald C-J6M9 r-ROILER McLEAM'S TREE SURC.LRY I-REL Pruning, Irimmlng fell- 7030 11 F" RAM ING CARPENTfTR WANTED. Phcre or C96MT Ing. Call 3J6-2D9J, MAN FOR TIRE SHOP AND FRONT- end service. Experience preferred, Co cp Petroleum Ltd., CHINESE ELM, Buyer responsible fo LOOK. APPLY MR. hs Wo lor Held. MANURE (NO jind gardeni. Phcne REIQUIRCO FOR Soiling adverlls- d monthly (arm S M A N i Albert weekly r Exclusive territory, nid monthly. Con ca 73, Herald. CLEANING HELP interests. Reply Box 7! umhers, happy q aopeararce n lob. Phw.e SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radiators TOWN OF CAROSTON Two Vacancies Inquire at Town Office Require Bop THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE WELL ESTABL 1SHED BULK, TAII GAS AND OIL BAY GAR AGE AND SERVICF BUSINESS O PAVEO HIGHWAY, UJ SOUTH CE! TPAL AlBERTA. GAL LONS PE.' YL-AR. THREE BED ROOM NOUS F ON ACR L1 OPPORTUNITY UNLIMITED F O RIGHT PA.FTY. CLFAR TITLE GOX 78. HERALD. 9052 Batteries paying HEATING AND COOLING PLANT ENGINEER No experience necessary. Ap piy in person, Phil's Restaur ant. more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. UNITED MOTORS LTD. 302 3 Avo. Phone 327-2305-327-U13 C-17S-K One operator fi heating and ceding 5! TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED help To Ass 1he Ji'3ht and poy UNITED MOBILE HOME DIVISION 1 a c essential, Pwilicn available medial el y. Apply in perscn 1a ELLISON'S HEAD OFFICE, Lethbridge, the hands ol the tary by nocn. ApriJ The home of the Red Carpet 53 FEMALE EMPIOYMENT WANTED K. D. Bevans Municipal Secretory ClfKO-30 58 MALE HELP WANTED BABYSIT I rjf Stalford. clti. DRIVER SALESMAN Neat driving record and eble to the public. Dry Clser.ers, 5Ih Si S- CI5172? GEfjERAL LABORER FOR RENDFR- ir.q oianl Apply bcinre 5 p.m. Leln- Rpnderinq. 3 22-1336, USED MOBILE HOMES HEL P WANTED 8V TOWN OF- ir more MACHINE OPERATOR ability lo operate hackhce, front- tnd loader ar.d mot or i red graticr Apply In 'writing fo lo'.vr ct UlairmcJ-e Box iM, givir.g resume cf age. etc. Deadlir.e fc- appllcariori5 April 3, 1977, 5 p.m. CSJB-lh --Caret r fi No sen! Pension LICENCED NURSERIES 55 MAIE EMPLOYMENT WANTED Jn trleinariami BIRTH KEMI'ENAAR Ben and Lit Kempcnaar (nee HrncirilO arc pleased to announr the birth of their daughter, Nancy Mavie, March 25, 1972 at St. Michael's Hospital. A sister for Paul. 9034 DEATHS March 25, 1972, Delbcrt Paul aged 05 years, beloved hus- band ol Mrs. Ueta Thomas, Vulcan. Services at the Vulcan United Church, Wednesday at p.m., the Rev. William Julian officiating. Interment, Vulcan Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, if friends desire, do- nations may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation charily of their choice. VUL- CAN FUNERAL HOME, 1 charge of arrangements. C1023 GROSH Passed away lomlay, March 27, 1972, Crest ames'Grosh, aged 21 years eloved husband of Caroline ;rosh of Pincher Creek. Re- luicm High Mass will he cele irated in St Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Thursday a a.m., Rev. M. Hagel cele rant. I n t crmcnt, Cemetery. Friends may mec or prayers in Eden's Fimera lomo, Wednesday at p.m ''uneral a r r a n gements b EDEN'S FUNERAL HOM ,TD., Pincher Creek. C103C T1OGDAN Passed away a Taber on Sunday, March 2t> Sava at the age o '2 years. Funeral service be coitd acted from St. Tli odore's Anglican Ctuirch, Ta her on Wednesday, March 29 a with Rev. J. C SEE THE FEATURES IN SQUIRE. PAGE, VISTA VILLA, NORV.'ESTERN AND SULLF .V.ANOR IM SINGLE ASD DOUBLE VVIDES. CSA, CMHTTA A'iD C'.'HC APPROV- ALS. NEVER KNOWUNGLY UNDERSOLD. GUARAHTEED SSRVICF.. LO'.V DO'.VIf- PAYMENTS UP TO 1? YEARS FiK- (TAKE OVH: R SAVE MONEY. THLS UNIT Ib SQUISH, 12 t tJ, THREES QtDRGO.V.. VIIT" EXTRA HAl F BftTH, RUGS LIVING AND WASTER BED- ROOM. FULLY FURNISHED SKIRT. ED AND SFRVICED. JUST '.'OVE irj FOR 1UO PER PARKDAUE E Jl KQ.'AE. FURNISHED. CLEAR OUT PRICE' DO'.VM PER VIKING 6 X V- WOBILF H1.V.E. FURNISHED. OE.1R OUi PRILnl 53W DO'.'.'.'I. Bl PER MOMTH, Open Sunday FROM 12 noon s FOR ORO'.VSING DaLsley oft'iciat i n g. Intermen will follow in the Taber Mem rial Gardens. HUMPHRIE FUNERAL HOME LTD., T her, ic charge of arrang ments. CIO PUBLIC NOTICE SALE BY TENDER Seated tenders will be accepted ui p.m. Friday, April 7, 1972, DEATHS PROVOST Passed away Calgary on Friday, March 1972, Esther Provost, aged years, beloved wife of Guy rovost of the Peigan Reserve. ic funeral service will bo ild in St. Paul's Roman Calh- ic Church, Brocket, Wednes- ly at p.m., Rev. G. orlier officiating. Interment, rocket Cemetery. Funeral ar- ngemenls by EDEN'S FU- EKAL HOME LTD., Pincher reek. C1031 jAlI Passed away In icture B u 11 e on Sunday, larch 2G, 1972, following a ricf illness, Mr. John Olah at ne jge of 72 years, beloved usband of the late Mrs. Juiia Born in Bcdva, Hungary', le Mr. Olah came to the Crows nest Pass area in 1927 nd in 1931 settled in Raymond, here lie had purchased a mall farm. He sold this one in 939 and bought a larger farm u Picture Butte, where he has lontinued to reside until his lassing. He is survived by hree sons, Messrs. Julius lolling Hills, Frank Ofah, Brocks, Jolrn Olah, Bassano; Inxy? daughters, Mrs. L. Anne) Micku, Buck Lake, Mrs, R. (Helen) Hardy, Cal- gary, Mrs. V. (Lena) Derland, Liloydminster, B.C.; 21 grand- children ar.d two great-grand- cluldrcn. The funeral sen'ice will be on Thursday p.m. in Martin Bros. Tra- ditional Chapel, B12 3rd Ave- nue S., with Mr. Collin Whit of- ficiating. Interment will follow in tlM family plot, Raymond Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C1034 44 AGKICU17URAL WANTED S.rjM TO 1 WANTED DRIVER SALESMAN FOR CITY ROUTE 25 and 50 years of age. References required and must be bondable. i Apply between 9 a n d 11 JFARM HEIP_WANTED LAUNDRY F F FX FR E r I ITD., 1818 3rd Ave. 5. lk River, a si 1DO TO 200 TONS GOOD QUA Alfalfa nay. T. L 45 AUTOS WANTED CASH PAID Fcr used cars an-J trucks cr cepl tcnslgr.rnrnl. A; COUNTRY Phone 323-3654 31 ilalus ily Aopllcanfs 16 nr over nuflrAntrefl SiOT rngnlh la Posliivo an'J md public relationi. Car For appointment tail Mr. D. Wanday, Tuesday Vj'ctfMsday, 327- 89.1 VAUXHALL FOODS LTD. Box 430 Vauxhall, Alberla 47 ilVESTOCK WANTED STOCK 0.- j-qe. LETHQPIOGE; RFNDF.aino. 323-1336. C6C35 fl MR FARMER KH.LING orccessing. ar.d llvestocV CITY PACKERS 57 FEMAIE HEIP WANTED F, D. Anderson Plant Manager VAUXHALL FOODS LTD. Box -130 Vauxhall, Alberla F VAUXHALL ELECTRTCIAN f.'.UST DE FAMILIAR WITH ALL PHA-.E5 OF LLF.CTRJCAl. MAINTFN- INCLUDING IHSTRUWiEMTA- THIRD CL ASS S r EAM E TJ GIN E E R FOURTH CLASS STEAM FMGINF.ER5 VARIOUS PLAfJ'I PRODUCflOrJ PFR- SQNMEL ItJCI UDING LINE OPERA- TOR Fi, REHOUSE MEN, F LOO R MEN FORK LI FT OPFJR ATORS, POTATOE GRADERS AUD GENERAL LABOR. COMPETITIVE WAGES, SHIFT V.'ORK Wrile, apply in person or phone 654-2116, for more information. ces? 23 FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE THE SAFE ISOTOPES Part T. f the University cf Lelh bridge 'which ncludes two AGO h.p. ha! water oileri, 7CXJ ten thill-rs, central monllorinr] syitem ar.cf elated equlpmtr.I. Applicants must have a v.'offctnfl nechanical systems of larqe build-ngs cr instilulicns. Cerlificafes in hird and fourth class steam en-jineenng, air conditionlnq ind related Trades desireble. Please v.Tile or telephone for REALTY LTD. COLLEGE MALL or 327-7077 Phone 3S-3-H-J containing 60 arre? more or leiS. Tender should late terms anJ condilions of offer. The hiqhest or any tender not neces-ar y Lessee has the option a meet trie highest tender. The purchaser will trt rpqutrcd 1o purchase the Improvements en the ace. Terms cash. D. M. Ho aday Secretary-Treasurer County of Warner No. I Alberta. M53 hy March 31, 1572. All replies confidential. Personnel Office he Unlversily of Lethb ridge releplione Number of Bow Island. 400 fret frontage n No Ihrc-e Highway. ExceHent loca-icn provides gixjd possibilities for ulure development In, rapirlly growing Last season's gross salei Evenings Pnone V. D, (Bill) Hay 327-537! TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS THF SURROGATE COURT OF OUTHERN ALBERTA, JUDICIAL ISTRICT OF LETHORIDGE. In the Estate of Alois Lukuvka, its of Lfthbrldge, Alberta, died n Jhe lllh day of July, 1971. Lethbridge, LOANS INVESTMENTS TO upon ine Fstate of the above amcd must file the Public Trus-ce the 3dth day of April, 1972, a held by them. 9 MALE -FEMALE HELP MalF. Phone 370-3331 widest facility available. con-idpr ALL TYPES of mcrlgaqe loans. Public Trustee, ?01 Jonn J. Bowlen Bldg., 620 7th Avenue S. CALGARY 1, Alberts. M67 REPRESENTATIVE TO CREDITORS -or Southern Dignified n educational Held, compile 1 raining jiven, leads supplied. Apply Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation, Box Station F, Cafgary. HAULED AWAY BY HALF on. SS a load. Phone 335-30.11. 6876-30 'JET BASEMENTS? CALL SOUTHERN Service, Phcne 32B-176S. CLAIMANTS n THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN AL S3FRTA JUDICIAL D STRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In 1he of T.4OMAS GERALD FISHENDETJ Ia1c of 1 .c-thbrdgp, AI- 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC VJINDOWS AND DOORS. TJO NO CHANG-If.T, PHONE JONES ROOFING. J36-5745. Take nctke that all persons havlnq claims upon the of ehove named mL'St file v.'lth Thr; Public ,-GU how. Phcno Cofunnhla Srhoo! cf GUILT HOWES, reams, renovations. Call Ted B nq ham by the 77ih cf April. 1972, a full statement of Iheir cfaims ar.d secur-ilies hetrt by them. 65 LOST AND BUILDING Public Trustee, HEREFORD CALF in WO Ihi Brand lefl 1020 7lii Ave S. Pr.or.c 327 7th Avenue S.W.. 1, Alberta. f- C STrrifJFR CEMENT basemenls dug, _ 66 OF ALBERTA FME R Y'S F M I FR TA 1 NMC MT S F R vice. Weddlnsfs, clubs, etc. 328 nt7. framing and rum rtnrriS. finishing am all ycur remodelling needs. No job TRANSPORT DATING 8y compuler for fun, friendship w arje In cwifidcnre to: 'cOMfAAT, Do) 1335, Greaf Falls. Mwitana, 59.HJ3. Res pe eta hie adulls only. 7309 EXCAVATION AND ALL TYPES Q: ditching availabfe. ga any where in bOutri-Tn Alberta, 328-7169 afler 5 p.m. MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TEfJDERS will be by the undersigned up to IV CO ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a dr inking problem P he ris or 323-3244, affer AflD J RENTAL Gravel level inrj. etiufp mer.t. Concrete eciuiprr.ent. Corra tteaning. Phcra J7d5. 1410 2n Ave. S. 17, 197? for the constryclion o1 the work: Project: 5-R SE3 AHinrjhflm East Mile> 75 lo Wile 13. E4 TEENS Are you living with 3 Drobfem drlnke In your home? There Is understand Inq and r.elp tcr you Phone Jea Jane 33 7086. ESTIMATES On recreate rooms, kitchens, ba1h roon'.i or any type of residential re modelling. You Arc under no ob S-R MJ to tlorfh ol Lfnden Mile 000 lo Mile Asphflltic Concrete Base Pavemen and Olher Work ApproximaTE quantities: 55.000 fons ol grave) tco milos haul 67 SERVICES AND fit the Office of (he Chief KIRF3Y VACUUM SAL ES AflD SFR VICE KlRBY COMPANY OF LETf BRIDGE Ltd. Cor- 2nd Ave. and nih St. S. Edmonton, Alborta, the 0 f cc DistritLl Engineer, 1707 6th Street fJ, ,V., Calgary, Alberta ar.cf SOUTHERII STAV.P AND STENCIL Building, Lei h bridge. rlrilers, etc. Sarrie-day service ?nd Ave. S. Phcne S33S1U. rjuwacHs JJ, .17, S5, (.ft, domiciled, regisferert and opcralintj In the Provirvco of Alberta, MAYTAG SALES AMD SERVICE. SER vice a on all makes cf v.ashcrs ar dryers, aufcrr.aric cr ccnvc-nticnal. A and operating In ancf hnvo established a fixed place of business In the Province cf Alberla. A dcoosit irons, vacuum cleaners, e1c. Ho ir too large or small. LETHBRfDG APPLIAfJCE, ?Ci 3rd Ave. Phcn NOTICE No. W7 RESOLVED rhal the VMIarje cf fcr each copy of Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a market cheque nr equal to 10 per rcn 70 GARDENING AE RATING, POWER RAKING, F FiR F-ree Salisfacl or guaranteed. Phona W27- lo tho provir.ciAl PMnnint] Roar fir an order f.-> d> cf rf-serv on ri. Block 1, Plan A PublJc Hearim will tc held in 1h Crulfs Civic Centre GO Monday, Apr lOlh, a! p.m. public, The leweM or any Tender not accepted. L. II. MrManvs DEPUTY MINISTER OF AND TRANSPORT. M70 MIYAGAWA Passed away suddenly in Vancouver on Fri- day, March 24, 1972, Mr. Osamu (Sam) Miyagawa, at the age oE 41 years, of Vancouver, former- ly of Lethbridge, beloved son of Mrs. Hisae Miyagawa of 1922 21st Avenue S., Lethbridge. Born in Mission City, B.C., the late Mr. Miyagawa received his earlv education there, mov- ing lo Picture Butte in 1912, where he completed his educa- tion, moving lo Lethbridga mth his family ill 1955. The following year he moved to innipeg for some time and some time in Calgary be- >re moving to Vancouver in %7, where he has resided un- 1 his passing. Besides his mother, he is survived by vo sislcrs, Mrs. Y. (Hideko) ishi, Bow Island, Mrs. H. T a n a k a, Lethbridge, Irs, Y. T. (Sonoko) Taknsaki Uchmond, B.C., Mrs. S. (Mae) hno, Ijethbridge, Mrs. T. S h i r I c y) Higa, iirea brothers, Mr. Tosh Miya- ;awa, Milk River, Mr. Jiro Miy- gawa, Lctlibridge, and Mr. I atom (Bob) Miyagawa, A Wake r.nd 'uneral service will be held on Vednesday at p.m. in the ,e th bridge Buddhist Church, 303 J3th St. N., with Rev. S. Cosaka and Ttev. Y. Izumi offi- ciating. The Interment service y.ill be held on Thursday at a.m. in Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. Interment will follow in the Japanese Section, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. CI033 BERGJrAN Passed away n MIC dly nn Sunday, March 28, 1072, lollouing a Irrglhy ill- nc.ss, Mr. Jclin CorneUous ncrgman at age of 77 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Anne Bergman of 1807 1st Ave- nue N. Horn in Oklahoma in 1R95, the late Mr. Bergman came to Langhrm, Saskatch- ewan in 1310 and farmed in that area until msvina to Le'Ji- hriclgo in ltU8. He was woll- kno-.vn among Uie horsomen in Saskatchewan for his outstand- ing achievement witli draft horses, particularly with Per- cherons and Clydesdales. Be- sides his loving wife, he is sur- vived by, one daughter, Mrs, (Maryannc) W. Lawson, Lcth- bririge; three sons, Messrs. Melvin H. Bergman, Donald I. Bergman, Jack G. Bergman, all of Ixiihbridgc; 12 grandchil- dren; two sisters, Mrs. J. (Min- nie) Ixiramore and Mrs. J. (Mary) Thiessen both of Lang- ham, Saskatchewan; three brothers, Ed, Henry and Ben Bergman, all of Niagara Falls, Or.f. The funeral sen'ice will Iw held on Thursday at p.m. in Martin R r o s. MEMORIAL 703 I3Ui St. N., with Rev. Henry P. Is'ikkc! officiat- ing. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Fricids may pay Uieir respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13lh St N., phone 323-2351. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice. C1032 ;