Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
69 GARDENING CONTRACTS BirtL, Cards Of DEATHS HUNTKR Miss Isobel, massed away on Sunday, March S, 1973 in the Vancouver Hospital. She was a repre-entalive for Helena Ruben-tein for 11 years iu B.C. and Uberta. Survivors include Mrs. Sank (Nell) Palfrey, Leth-orldge, Mrs. William (Ruby) Elements, Calgary, Mrs. Dave Edith) Walker, Edmonton and Mr. George Hunter, Victoria, services will be held on Phursday, March 29 (today) with Nunn and Thomson Funeral Directors in charge. Jsn DEATHS MCQUILLAN Passed away uddenly in Winnipeg on Wed-esday, March 28, 1973, Mr. ames H. W. McQuillan, at the go of 58 years, beloved hus-md of Mrs. Mary McQuillan Coaldale. Funeral arrangements will be announced when ompleted. MARTIN BROS. TD., Directors of Funeral Ser-ce. WTHBRIDGE HHAID 28 faster Seals supply short A shortage of sheets of Saster Seals may hinder the campaign from reaching its 1973 goal, says the ocal campaign chairman. "We were optimistic about, caching our goal of but ow I don't said Gerry Probe. "We might still be okay COUPLE REQUIRED FOR and dryland farm. Farm SOIL AND WELL ROTTEB MA- D ptiow Mtojw. YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, upboards, remodelling or repair! In our home? E and L Constroctlor. 328-5537. 7699-tt 1 nerali, 1 FUNERALS AUSTIN Funeral service or Wallace Austin, beloved usband of Mrs. Pearl Austin f Magrath who died there aturday, March 24, 1973, at he age of 81 years, was held al p.m. Wednesday, March 28, 973, in the Magrath Church ol esus Christ of Latter Day aints Chapel with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating. Hono-ary pallbearers were Tom 'erry, Eldon Chris tensen, ames Sabey, John Bridge, Vallace Dudley, Mike Schney-er, Smith Ackroyd, Charles Matkin, J. A. Rirle, Harden Anderson and Neil Norman and Wiillain Austin. Active allbearers were John and Stuart Austin, Jim and Leslie Pas-ey, Sheldon Ririe and Bert ensen. Interment was in the Magrath Cemeter-1. Christen-en Salmon Funeral Home jld., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the ar-angements. SWEETGRASS Requiem mass for John Sweetgrass, be-oved husband of Mrs. Mary Sweetgrass of the Blood Indian teserve who died in the city Friday, March 23, 1973, at the age of 48 years, was said a a.m. Wednesday, March 28, 1973, in St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. J. Regnier the celebrant. Honorary pallbearers were Tom Longtime Squirrel, Rufus Good-striker, Wilton Frank, Joe :rass Eared Wolf, Mike Eagle 3ear and' Billy Eagle Bear. Ac-ive pallbearers were Harley and Randy Frank, Rudy Healy, Dennis First Rider, Ben Strangling Wolf and Wilton striker. Interment was in the Standoff Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the In loving memory f a dear husband, Mike TREE SURGERY FREE passed away March 29, 1961. To know him was to love him Both for family and friend, And the sweetness of his memory Can neither dim nor end. Ever remembered by PERSON REQUIRED FOR 3H-20K 7SK-H BULLD1T10, CEMENT ork and stuccoing. Arvdtnon n d IMO Ave-, 327-6662. C7377-lf en asset fcuf not euenllal. Must be reliable. Apply Box 501, Taber, giving references, required, and SALE, TREES S wuce from six 1o eight fwt high. STE1NER C6MEKT WORK, ild duo, water proofing, inured, eitlmatti. Phone M7-S5W. A POWER RAKE. IF REQUIR. d, available. Days 327. 313. tvenfogj John Forrest olor Centre. MW-tf YEAR-ROUND EMPLOYMENT FOR experience on modern grain and farm. Good wages and two bedroom modern home plus benefits provided. Writs Box 310, Clsreiholm. J EQUIPMENT COMPAC-M and concrete equipment, Kobut Daderj, healers. Phone 32W7W. Ulfl nd AVfr. S. ing wife Mary. NOW TO HAVE VOJR LAWN power raked. Phone 3J7-8112 or BOX NUMBERS B 9 10 3( 33 37 53 U 67 73 5 77 10} 1W 507 1M WANTED IMMEDIATELY COUPLE farm and ranch work In southern Alberta. Must have experience with machinery and callle. References red, Permanent year-round work. a month sTartfng wages. Higher alter proving anllily. Large modern KOUM -and all olllllles supplied free. Can also Veep one milk cow School bus at yard gate. Live on farm. ?35-2414, In loving memory f a dear father, Mike, who lassed away March 29, 1961, Loving and kind in all his ways, Upright and just to the end of his days, Sincere and kind in heart and mind, What a beautiful memory he left behind. remembered by his daughter Linda. AND SALES AND MOVING OP LARGER TYPE TREES. P R U C E TREE FARMS LTD. HONE 321-MC4. 8736-1 year, the sponsoring Kiwanis Club of, Green Acres end out seals to residents in he Lethbridge district with a equest for a donation. Funds from the Easter Seal Campaign are used to assist handicapped children and adults in Alberta. An attempt Is now being made by the campaign organizers to obtain more seats rom Edmonton. All district seals were mailed and ot the designated for Lethbrdige were also, ent out. Mayor Andy Anderson Is the. icnorary chairman this year. The Timmv for tbe Leth- NOTICES POULTRY AND My wife Delmarle Johnson having eU my bed and beard, 1 win no onger be responsible fw any debts ncurretf by Fred Johnson. Ml OLD ENGLISH GAME antami for sale. Phone 753-3063, Ma-rath. 70 HOSPITAL GENERAL DUTY R. N.'s Required for 65 bed hospltaf. Salary range liSO Recognition for past experience. Board and room at JiS a mcnlh. Director of Nursing Brooks General Hospital Brooks, Alberta YOUNG ROASTING HENS. an ready. -40c per pound. Discount n dozen lots. Fryers, custom killing. 6 rrWlh 345-322-1. OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL AND HISTORIC PARKS BRANCH TENDER NTRACT WR 7-73: Dust col rector and carpenter shop wwks compourtd, aterton Lakes National Park. HE WORK INCLUDES: The supply and Installation ot a dust tector and maksuo sir lystems. Dust colleclor system Is lo consist the draft equipment (xawered etectrf-ty-Makeuo air system h to conilst ol is healing unit hung from celling elec-dallv p.3wercd. ENDER Can be ob afned Irom 1he contracts rn nlstralor national and historic rks branch 134-11 Avenue S.E. 131 stoms Building, Calgary, Alberla, G OX5 antf from 1Ke afcrton Lakes National Park. Docu-cnts may be viewed at 1he office of ie superintendent, Waterion Lakes atlonal Park and the Contlrucllon Olfice In Lelhbrldge, Al-Senlcrf lenders miirlced as to conlent d nddrewed to the Conlracts George, away in'Cardston on 'Wednesday, March 28th, 1973 at the ;e of 77 years. Funeral ser-ices will be held in the Alberta Stake Chapel in Cardston n Saturday, March 31st at 1 m., with Bishop Gaboon offi-ating. Interment will follow n the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family ind pay their respects from 12 con prior to the service at the hristensen Funeral Home, ardston. CHRISTEN SALM-N FUNERAL HOME LTD., irectors of Funeral Service. PETS AND study program set A Bible study leadership program, in conjunction with Key 73 activities in Lethbridge, wii x sponsored here Saturday by Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Cathie Nichol, an 1VCF staff worker from Calgary, will conduct a teach-in on small group Sible studies. The oneway pro-jram commences at a.m. .n McKillop United CVtrch. Sessions are open to the FEMALE GERMAN SHEP-verds mother (purebred) and pup. 3JJ-S2W. Roderick Stanton passed away in Slave Lake on Tuesday, March 27, 1973 at the age of 21 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Gogolinski of Orion. Roderick was born in Lethbridge on January 3, 1952. He received his schooling at Manyber-ries and completed grade 12 at Edmonton. He also attended the Lethbridge Community College where he look an agricultural course. He belonged lo the 4H Club for several years and won a number of awards for public speaking. He was active in all sports and during this past year participated in drag racing where he won a trophy. Besides his loving parents he is survived by one brother, Phillip at home; two sisters, Mrs. Lowell (Marilynn) Kulak of Sept lies, Que., and Miss Theresa (Tess) Gogolinski of Edmonton. Funeral Services will be held Friday, March SO, 1973 at p.m. in the Chris-tenscn Chapel, with Pastor Gerry D. Karst officiating. POODLE AND PET CLIP-i ng Service. For appointment phone 32S-3743. 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, LAB PUPPIES. TOP BLOOD nes. Jim Taylor, Box Trl, Coaldaie. Phone 145-5591. 9171 -31 and district Easter Seal Campaign is six year old Tommy Dyck, son of Mrs. Erma Dyck of 1615 Scenic Heights. A S E N J 1 PJPS, REGISTERED, hamplon stock. Show quality. Make ood pets Shcrtnalred, odorless, barkless. tl25. Phorts KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, sSx weeks to six years. Phone Baby Centre 3ZB-UQ9. f-M 4583 SIZES I TWICE AS SLIMMING double diagonal narrow's you all the way from bust to hipline. Sew this important style in new knits and blends. Printed Pattern 4583: NEW Half Sizes lOte, 12K, 14W, 1614, 18K, Size 14W (bust 37) takes 2V4 yards 60-inch. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, care of ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The HeraW 76 SEWING AND DISTRICT KENNEL CLUB reminds Purebred dog owners Ihat: DOG SHOW ENTRIES CLOSE APRIL 3rd :cr trie April 2lsl and Mnd and )bedlenc4 Trials, Forms may still be oblained from Ihe Sho-w Mrs. Diane Bfackmtr Box 1101) Coaldftte Phone (after 6 p.m.) Leo, passed way in Cardston on Thursday, ijarch 29th, 1973 at the age of 58 years, beloved husband of Alia Pitcher of Cardston. He is Iso survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jay (Gwen) Bracha and Mrs. Don (Kay) Jensen, both ot Cardston; one son, Jim f Cardston; seven grandchil-ren; his parenls, Mr. and UTS. Ira Pitcher of Cardston; wo sislers, Mrs. Walter (Da-oris) Bogart and Mrs. DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS dona In my ho.Tie. 326-6911, WOMEN'S, CHILDREN'S, fA E N' S clothes made In my home. Also some repairs and alterations. For Information phone 327-W17. Branch, Deperlment of Indian fairs end, Northern Development 134-Avenue, ]Jl Ccjtoms Building, Igary, Alberta, T5G OXJ. Will be ccclved up lo P.M. (MST) THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1973. The lowest or any tender not neees-rily accepted. 3. W. STREET, P. Eng. Engineer Western Region National and Historic Parks Branch Ml 7205 Relax happily in the cozy comfort of this great cape. Smart collar adds extr touch! Crochet shell-stitch cap with fringe lo top pantsuite skirts, dresses. Use knittini worsted. Pattern 7205; Misses Sizes 10-20 included. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS fo each pattern cash, chequ or' money order. Add 15 cer.ts for each pattern for first-clas mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, care o Print plainly PATTERN NUM BER, NAME, ADDRESS. THp LETHBRIDGE HERALD BO Front SI reel West Toronto 1. OnUrir Readers Mail 78 LOST AND BLACK LAB. PUPPY LOST IN Picture Butle. Phone 732-051. L05T GALBRAITK SCHOOL AREA Child's brown hwn-rimmed glasses. Pho-to 327-1467. BUSINESS 79 SALE LANDIS SHOE RE-pa r machinery, good condition. Phone 223-2351, Taber. ALCOHOUCS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. PhChe 357-Wfl or 328-3246, afler and one brother, Max of Ca-dstcn. Funeral service be held on Saturday, March 1st at 11 a.m. in the Alberta Stake Chapel, with Bishop Don haw cffreirfing. Interment wil ollow in the Cardston Came ery. Friends may meet the amily snd pay their respects m the Christeaisen Funeral SALE OR RENT ONLY bar ber business In iovjn of B 1 s-and. Phone or Box 253, Bow sland. PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH EALED TENDERS will received y the under signed up to 11. CO A.fA. n Friday, April 13r (or the con-rucllon, ol the following work; rolKtr S.R. t.n Jet. H and 21 IB Jet. Hwy. 16 and iS Wile O.fO to Mile 8.34 radlng and 01 her Work Estimated QuanllHes: cu. Yds. Excavation ontrads and SpeclFicaliorvS may he btaJned at Ihu Oiflce of Ihe Chief alntenancn Engineer, Highways ullding, Edmonton, Ihe Of-ce of the Distrlcl Engineer, 1707 h Street Caloarv, Alberta and he Office of the bisfrtcf EngCneer, dmlnistratlon Buttdlnp, Iberta and Mill be available only o individuals domiciled, registered nrf opera) ing in the Province cf cr lo partnerships or corpora-ions and operallng In end ho have established a fixed place of usiness In the Province of Alberta. A of Twenty Five Dollars (S25.CO) will be requ red for each copy of Conrad and SpeJificatlons laken. Proles will be su polled upon a further deposit of Twenty Flvs Dollars Each hid most accom-i.inted by a marked cheque or bond :qual to 10 percwit of the Tenders. 'enders will be opened In public. The owest or any Tender not necesiarlLy accepted. V. E. McCUNE DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Ml will follow in the Mountain View EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. DANCE GROUPS. AVA1LABLI FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 37S-2W7. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. building for sale or ease, centra of Main SINGLE GENTLEMAN, 35, VASKES to meet lady who enjoys dining ant dancing. WrJre Sox 46, Herald. Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. Passed away suddenly in the city on Tuesday, March 27, 1973, Mr. Matt ich at the age o [MW 47 years, beloved 1 husband of Mrs, Lucille Orich of 280 7th Avenue A. South. Born, raised and educated in the Lethbridge area, the late Mr. Orich worked for some time in the coal mines in Southern Alberta. He served with the Canadian Forces during the Second World War am has worked for the Lelhbridge Brewery for the past 27 years. He was a member of the Miner's Library, the Labour Club and the Army and Navy aix was very active in lawn bowling with the Army and Navy Association toA darts at the Labour Ciub. Besides his loving wife lie is survived by five sons, Reg of Wasa, B.C., Ken o Red Earth, Alberta, Barrie, Richard and Danny, all of Lethbridge; three brothers, Mike, John and Bill, all of Lethbridge; four sisters, Mrs. V. (Lena) Clements, Mrs. Mary Lazarick, Mrs. Rose Sawchuk, Mrs. F. (Victoria) Bodie, all of Lethbridge. He was predeceased by his father, Mr. Harry Orich in 1970 and in 1971 by his mother. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at a.m. in St. Patricks's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father J. A. Carroil O.M.I celebrant. Interment will follow in the Moun Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Si. N-, phone Funeral TEENS Are you living wllli a problem drinker in your There Is under slant ing and help lor you. Phone Jean 327-6340, Marilyn 3288172; Jane 327-70BA. STORE pharmacy, located In prosperous Alberta community volume over end Increasing. Long term lease available. Write Box IDS, Herald. Cardston Friday evening bs-ween 8-9 p.m. CHH1STENSEN ALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser-'ice' beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Meldrum of Magrath who died there Wednesday, March 21, 1973, at the age of 67 years, was held at 1 p.m. Monday March 26, 1973, in the Magralh Church cf Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Chapel with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Er-vin Harris, Len Candy, Ted Kenny, Jack' Spring, Jesse Cress, Eldred Hudson, Paul Moreland and Joe Perlich. Active pallbearers were Lynn, Don, Lee and Hal Meldrum, George Thomson and Jack Mc-Clain. Interment was in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the INCOME TAX INDIVIDUAL, FARM and BUSINESS RETURNS M1LO DOUGLAS V17 27th ST. A N. PHONE 318-0330, 32H7W C 3039-1 TO LEASE TRUCKS TWO dlesel tractors, capable of handling pay oad ibs. Including trailer. All pavement driving. miles year per unit on a complete contract. Please reply Box 128, Herald with a 1 Its. Must reply not aler than sa vrdsy, March 31. HEAP Funeral service fo 'farvin Hoscoe Heap, belovec uisband of Mrs. Jenny Heap o 'abcr who died Saturday tlarch 24, 1973, at Lethbridge a the age of 74 years, was helc at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 27 5973, in the Christeasen Chapel, 327 10th St. S., with Bishop Donald Fisher of the Church o Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Pallbearer were Dean Harker, Darwi Heap, David Dyck, Randy Hil Gordon Jensen and Mont Bassett. Interment was in th Taber Memorial Gardens Salmon Funera Home Ltd., Directors of Fiioer al Service, was in charge of the you have been an empfoyM In a small 1o medium slie business and are capable of same, and your present employer wishes to sell the business, we have c 1 Tcnte who are prepared to put up from 51tt 1o uf cash required and allow you to buy their equity and take control at any given time. Business must substantiate a proven profit record for at a five year period. PREFERRED REALTY, M1M, Cal-sary Place, Calgary, Alberta, phone 262-3WB. LONESOME? STAYING AT HOME? NOT KNOWING WHAT TO DDT LACKING FRIENDS AND COMPANIONS? If you ore single or unattached ]o' our Leleclive and ,1101 1 congenial: CLUB IN TOWN For further Infer mallon please ca 327-2138 1 p.m. 10 p.m. dally Saturdays 11 to 4 p.m. TRUST Phone 328-7761 COAST TO COAST REALTORS RECORD BAR SMALL INVESTMENT, BIG BUSI ness, We have listed a very ac live record bsr In choice downtown a cation. Owner fe anxious lo sell be cause of health reasons, Give us a call on this one. EXCLUSIVE 80 SERVICES AND OF THANKS GEOKGESOM We wish to express our deep appreciation to the doctors and nurses at St. Michael's Hospital, our relations, neighbors and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, the cards, flowers, food and donations and all the kindness shown during our recent bereavement. Our sincere thanks to Rev. Elliott and Masonic Lodge No. 4. God bless you all. Georgeson family, DRYWALLING, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings, repair work. Phone 326-7342, 4239- KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER. VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH-BRIDGE 328-8962. OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT CLINICS FORT MACLEOD (Special The Mountain View Eebeka lodge was awarded the troph for the best contribution to ey screening clinics in Alberta The award, given for the firs Jme, will be presented annua ly to lodges assisting in th Rebekah and Oddfellow SOUTHERN STAWP AND STENCIL -Rubber stamps, corporals i e a 1 s, dalers, etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 33S-S1U. HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will be received by Ihe unedrsigned up to ll o'clock A.M. at Tuesday, April 10, for is ccnslructton cf 1he following work: <1) Highway 2, Edmonton City Llmlls to N. of St. Albert Mile 0.00 lo Mite 4.60 Highway H. cf Jet. Hwy. 28 to Hsmso Mile 0.80 to Mile Asphaltlc Concrete Pavement Approximate Quantity: Tons Asphalllc Concrete (from source of Contractor's chofce) Highway 23f W. of Gibbons lo N. of Jet. Kwv. 37 Mite 35. Si la 36.38 and Mile O.U) to Mile 0.98 Highway 37 Gibbons to Jet. Kwy. 33 Mile 9.96 to Mile 11.02 Grading, Bast Course and Olher Work Approximate QuanllHes: Cubic Yards of Excavat on Tens of soif-CemenT Mixture Tons ef AsphaUlc Grave v Ton Miles Haul Conlract and Specillcations may be oblalncd at Ilie office of r h e Chie Engineer, Highways Build ing, Edmonlcn, AHa.y the office of the Dfstrici Engineer, 1707 SlxJh N.W., Calgary, Alterfa, and the office of Jhe nisfrict Engineer, Administratlor Building, Lethbritlge, Alberta, and MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or Also all small appliances, lawn mowers. Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No large or loo small. LETHBRiDGE APPLIANCE, 90S 3rd Ave. 327-4456, 84 AGENCIES (1972) LTD PHONE 328-3331 -List with the Leader" Multiple Listing Service 0000 LADIES' AND MEN'S TREES PRUNED OR REMOVED BY qualified tree pruneri, Free estimates. Reasonable. Phone 323-7672. BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. LAWNS PUT IN AND ODD JOBS Phone 327-6143, CONTRACT LAVJH CUTTING BY day, mcnlh or tor ihe summer. Phone Passed away suddenly in the city on Tuesday, March 27, 1973, Mrs Matilda Porkka at the age i 74 years of 2501 15th Avenue NICELY SHAPED 15-50 FT high. Different frnds. Phone STORE IN A THRIVING Old eslabllstwd business showing qcod relyfn on investment, owner wantln to retire. For fun details call Bird SehmllJ at 327-3879. MLS. New large volume Supermarket fo sale. Very reasonable terms, and boo! available lo buyer. Communi growing slcadlly and has great pGlem a contact Lee Harder at 277-7911. Excl slve. CANADA LIMITED REQUIRES THE FOLLOWING BOOK EARLY FOR ROTOTILL1NG done. Sails! action guaranteed. Phone 327-1227. Porkka who predeceased her in 1967. Bom an raised in Germany, the lal Mrs. Porkka came to Canad in 1913 lo the Foremost distrlc 1927 to Wrentham and to Pi lure Bulte in 193D. Following r tirement in 1903 she moved t Lethbridge where she has r sided until her passing. She was predeceased by her first hus band, Lufher Sheets in 1921, an is survived by three sons, RUBBISH HAULED, YARDS CLEAN Ed. Manure lor sale. Reasonable rates R. Anderson, ycu can meet and converse with ihe motoring public, we have cm opportunity for a person who likes a challenge. Please send a resume of your qualifications fo Nick Alvau, Service LLOYD'S TREE TRIMMING SERVICE Hedge Irlmmlng, trees Irlmmed o removed. For prompt service 327-2641 C512 and In Provlnc of Alberta, or lo partnerships or cor poralions registered and operallng and wno have eslabllshed a Ilxed plsc of businesi in the Province of Alberta A deposit cf Twenl y- Five Dollar payable to Ihe Provincla Treasurer, will be required for eac Xof the Contract and HALF TON WILL TRAVEL FOR tree trimming and yard clean ng Phone Free estimates. LOANS AND DRIED GROUND MANURE, it; PLAS tic bags il.SO each. Free Coalhurst Greenhouse, 327-9530 Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 Each bid must be accompanies by a marked cheque or bond equal t 10% of Tender, Tenders will be open ed in public, The lowest any not necessarily accepted. V. E. McCune, Deputy Minister o( Highways Sheets of Picture Butf Mr. Ernest Porkka cf Pictur Butte, Mr. Roy Porkka of Red ten grandchildren; on sister, Mrs. D. (Sophia) CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. NO. 1 GAS PLANT FOR SALE M.T.D. GARDEN CUL tlvator, five h.p. wUh gear Like new Only used To make en lawn. Phone 373-21U, Taber. Did you know you con rent RdotlHera Lawn combers Aeralori Lawn P03T Hole Augers Hedge Chain saws Lawn Edgers Wheel ba rrowx Paint Sprayers Camper Jacfcs Cemenl Mixtrj Cement Trowels Ladders WARDSESERVICES LTD 1712 2nd S. Phone 328-8775 Open 7 a.m. 7 p.m. Except Sundays and Holiday (1973) Limited College Mall. PhOM 3H-UH Th: Mcilily avallible. we eon sfder ALL TYPES of mortgage wrw sheff of Lethbridge, and on brother, Mr. Chriss Ully Lethbridge. The funeral servi will be held on Friday at 3 p.m in Trinity Lutheran Chure with Pastor H. W. Martin of dating. Interment will follow the family plot Archmount M mortal Gardens. Friends may i pay their respects at M a r t i n Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP-3 EL, 812 3rd Ave. South. Those f who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of Mrs M. N. Wray, 1705 15th St. S 7 Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS t Directors of Funeral Ser-- vice. BOX 11 SO, LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA PHONE is available at our Waterton Gas Processing Plant located near Pincher Creek, Alberta. Candidates should have a minimum of two years experience in gas plant processing and be the holder of an Alberta 2nd Class Steam Certificate. Interested applicants should write stating qualifications and experience to; SHELL CANADA LIMITED P.O. BOX 108S PINCHER CREtK, ALMRTA ATTENTION: OFFICE steal radio, tools from house A clock radio and ebout in power tools have been stoler following a break-in at a near completed private homo, on mile west of the iiniversfr junction on Highway 25. The break in occurred be twcen 4 p.m. Tuesday and p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mel Godlonton, cur renUy o( ill? Scenic AH of mortgage finandn In small new a old homes call CITY REALTY AN INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave, SouT 32MTCS1. WANT ADS PHONE RUMPUS ROOMS, K1TCHE cupboards, remodelling and repairs Phanc B. Raven, Free AND DOOR NO MAINTENANCE NO CHAN ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 3H 5745.