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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta It - THI UTHMIDOI HIXALD - Tuesday, March 30, 1*71 St MACHINIRY - PARTS MISCELLANEOUS 1-New nine foot Crown doter Med* to tit IM I.H.C. tractor. SPECIAL $350. 1-Ntw 18 ft. seeding ttechment for TOO I.H.C. Dlsc�ll-$350. 1-30 ft. Highboy tingle axle stock trailer (new racKs). A good strong trailer. 1-1967 F. 1800 IHC Tandem truck -cab and chassis only. All tires new, five speed transmission, four speed auxlllfary. Low mileage. Excellent. DRILLS t-Comlnco C70 fertilizer attachments for 12 ft. x 7 In. spacing drills. 3-Used 14 ft. J.D. LZA hoe drills. 3-Used 14 ft. J.D. LZB hoe drills. 1-14 ft. K7 I.H.C. drill*. TRACTORS 1-M.P. 91 cab, dual hydraulics, reconditioned. 1-Ford 3000, dual hydraulics, three point hitch, PTO, Allied loader. 1-Case Model 500, dual hydraulics, cab, PTO, 33.1 x 38 fires. 1-IHC 460D with cab. Very good shape 1-Used 4100 IHC four wheel drive tractor in very good condition. Cab, hydraulic draw bar, 38.1 x 16 tires. DISKS 1-18 ft. J.D. Surflex 1300 Series. RODWEEDERS Several 13 and 14 ft. - I.H.C, J.D. and M.F. NEW EQUIPMENT 1-New 31 ft. No. 480 IHC tandem discs complete with heavy pans and duals-reduced to $2500 for quick sale, t-New 14 ft. No. 480 I.H.C. tandem disc with heavy pans, $3,000. 1-18 ft. No. 470 IHC - slightly used (400 acres only) $2000. 20-New 30x8 - ISO I.H.C. hoe drill fertilizer attachments, complete with tubes-$335 each. MADGE EQUIPMENT LTD. PHONE �47-3838 AFTER HOURS CALL: Paul Madge .................. 447-3812 Del Jones..............447-1679 Jay Snow .. ................ 447-2224 Ray Cleland................ 647-3804 4C07�-tf 40 MISC. ARTICLES FOR SALE TENT, CRIB AND MATTRESS, HAND lawn mower; compressed air Insect �prayer, high chair, cool vaporizer, car warmer, doll carriage dryer vent kit. Phone 328-5034. 4683-30 STEEL CLOTHESLINE POLES; burning barrels; fence posts; carport posts; all sizes pipes and beams. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 308 33rd St. N. Phone 338-1721. C7551-M AUCTION SALE Miscellaneous and household articles sold every Thursday evening at 4:30 p.m. HURLBURT AUCTION HOUSE 1930 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-4705 C41�-tf SAVINGS ON NEW STEEL Angle, channel, beam, gauge, plate, rods, reinforcing bars and all sizes of pipe and tubing. Steel clothesline poles, pipe for fence posts, burning barrels. VARZARI IRON LTD. Phone 327-1296 2808 2nd Ave. N. C8�91-tf Rental purchase your next rebuilt T.V. and own it when rent meets price. Black and white or color. Fairfield*. 327-6684. C3857-H 40A FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES PHILLIPS 19 IN. PORTABLE BLACK and white TV. Phone 328-2843. 4442-31 DEEP FREEZE. EXCELLENT CON-dltlon. $100. Phone 328-4513. 4705-tf VOUTH BED, $20; SINGLE MAT tress and box spring, $20. Phone 327-7527. 4580-30 SEE BILL PLOMP AT MACLEOD'S CENTRE VILLAGE MALL. cioea-tt TWO DRESSERS; 30 INCH GAS range, wide oven. Nice condition. Phone 328-2478. 6444-3 HOOVER WASHER FOR SALE. Three years old. Good shape. Phone 327-0331. 6686-31 THREE ROOMS OF FURNITURE, like new. Including dishes, bedding, etc. 268 7th Ave. A S., Apt. 204. Call after 6 p.m. 6685-30 CASSETTE TAPE RECORDERS - All accessories; Fenco Cassette, $25, Sanyo Cassette, $60. 328-8354. 6704-3} GOLD VINYL DAVENPORT - Brand new, one unit built-in Moffat kitchen range. Phone 328-8768 or 327-5200. 6625-3 USED PIANOS Come In today and look over our large selection of reconditioned pianos. All makes. Apply 118 5th Street South. ST. LOUIS FURNITURE C20O-tf PIANOS PIANOS BAILEY'S KEYBOARD 312 8th St. S. Phone 327-0025, eve. 327-0083, compare before buying tone - construction - price. Sherlock Manning and Yamaha Pianos. C6746-tfh ] ONLY-TWO PIECE CHESTER-fleld suite. Brown nylon friezek Excellent condition. 1 Only-High Back Chair. Gold brown color. Newly covered. 1 Only-Floral Tub Chair. Excellent condition. Phone 328-5777 Days or 327-8614 Evenings C4171-3 40B MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS USED PIANO FOR SALE - IN GOOD condition. Phone 327-6091. 6661-1 EKO - ACOUSTIC GUITAR WITH case. $45. Will give a 21 In. Philco T.V.. free, to person buying guitar. Phone 328-3123. 6613-30 SPECIALS On instruments of all types. MUSICLAND C3012-tt MUSIC FOR MEDITATION Help us to help others. We need old guitars, banlos, mandolins and accordions. Will you please phone 328-2860 or 328-67)7. We will pick them up. These Instruments are needed for religious services, at the Lethbridge Cor rectionel Institute. THE SALVATION ARMY, 412 1st Ave. S. C4019-12Ah 42 TRUCKS FOR SALE I960 FORD 850 TRUCK WITH TAG axle. Has 550 bus. steel grain box and hoist, air brakes, 50 gal. saddle tanks, big motor. Will sell or swap for 6,000 bus. barley. Phone 345-4130. 6626-1 42 TRUCKS POR SALE 1964 FARGO. SIX STANDARD. GOOD condition. Clean. Phone 337-2735. 4555-1 1969 FORD BRONCO FOUR WHEEL drive. 33,000 miles. Like new. Must see to appreciate. Phone 338-5013, alter 6 p.m. * 6637-3 1959 GMC HALF TON - SHORT wheelbase, four speed transmission. Phone 327-0277. 6443-1 1964 HALF TON CHEVROLET TRUCK. Custom cab, L.W.B., power steering and power brakes, radio, good tires. Phone 328-6251. 6664-5 1970 GMC HALF TON - 350 AUTO-matlc, bucket seats, dual tanks, heavy duty springs with overloads. Four new tires. Phone 327-9770. 6716-2 43 TRAILERS - CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT FOURTEEN FT. SCAMPER, A-l CON-dltlon. Phone 327-4006. . 4405-tf COALHURST MOBILE HOMES PARK Lots for rent. Mobile homes for SALE. Phone 327-3744. C1687-tf FOR SALE - NEW 1970 SCAMPER- 21 ft,, self-contained camper trailer. Never used. A real bargain. Phone 328-8748 or 327-5200. 6628-3 PRE8CO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; trailer servicing, storage and repair. Phone 328-4421. C2405-tf B500-57 BUS CAMPER. FAIR PRICE Write Gyula Szentgyorgyl, Gene r a I Delivery, Lethbridge. Interested parties only. 6614-2 IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE experts Install your Ezy-llft or frame hitch. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. CS151-tf CUSTOM - BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS, LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD., HIGHWAY 35 SOUTH. PHONE 337-1335 OR 327-8458. PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE. 7323-tf HIGHLANDER CAR CAMPER PLUS car (as a unit:. Excellent condition. Fits in trunk and over cartop, sleeps four. Propane, 110 volt, 12 volt. Reasonable. 1718 5th Ave. A N. 4T4l-tf 44 AGRICULTURAL WANTED REGARDING PREVIOUS AD FOR Victory oats - Name and phone number have been lost. Please contact again, collect - Clinton Brown, Card-Ston, 652-3671. 6445-31 45 AUTOS WANTED CASH PAID For used cars and trucks or will accept consignment. TOWN ft COUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 328-3654 C3998-H 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED HORSES WANTED - ALL TYPES and sizes. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry - Phone 328-2911. C3459-tf DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phone 328-1334, Lethbridge. 223-2547, Taber. C205-tf MR. FARMER - CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbridge. C206-tf 49 MACHINERY WANTED WANTED - CULTIVATOR OR DOU-ble disc for three point hitch tractor, about six ft. State price. Write Box 226, Taber or phone 223-8278. 6558-1 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED GAS STOVE WANTED. GOOD CON-dltion. 25 or 30 in. Phone 328-4796, after 6 p.m. C4138-tf CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI-ators, batteries. Highest prices. Var-zari Iron Ltd., 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-9342. C3147-tf HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals - Steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6261 C9985-tf WANTEDi Good used electric toy train set. Phone 328-4769, days. XI827-3I SCRAP IRON Coppers - Brass - Radiators - Batteries - Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 23rd St. North C646-tf 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED WANTED - THREE TON CHASSIS and cab. Must be In good condition. Write Box 98, Herald. 6665-2 52 FARM EMPLOYMENT WANTED EXPERIENCED MARRIED MAN DE-sires year round dryland farm employment. Phone 327-9768. 6532-1 EXPERIENCED MARRIED MAN seeks employment on drylend farm. 1001 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge, M. Moorehouse. 6666-31 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED MIDDLE-AGED LADY REQUIRES housekeeping position. Phone 328-8519. 6629-31 WILL BABYSIT IN MY NORTH SIDE home, on steady basis. Phone 328-7402. 5960-tf EXPERIENCED LADY REQUIRES part - time office work. Typing and general office duties. Phone 328-3468. 6616-30 54A LICENCED NURSERIES JUNE'S NURSERY SCHOOL - CHIL-dren three to six years. Phone 328-8640, evenings. 5188-tf KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. C6947-tf 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED LICENCED MECHANIC REQUIRES service station position. Had some experience. Write Box 94, Herald. 6605-30 AMBITIOUS, RELIABLE YOUNG man, 22, seeks sales career. No experience. Single and bondable. Write Box 196, Taber, Alberta. 6393-30 56 FARM HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED MARRIED MAN wanted tor year round employment. Please state pay expected, references required, to Box 99, Herald. 6667-2 WANTED - EXPERIENCED MAN for general farm work. Top wages and modern living facilities. Haney Farms Ltd. Phone Picture Butte, 738-4421 or 738-4425. C4082-26 FULLY EXPERIENCED MARRIED or single man for mixed farm. Must be able to operate all farm equipment. Top wages to right man. Modern nome and facilities supplied. Write box 62, Herald. 6032-lf 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED TELLER RE. quired. 11-25, 37Vj hour work waak. Wages $3750-$5050. Apply Box 100, Herald. C4184-tf DO YOU NEED A HOME, BOARD and room plus remuneration. In exchange for housekeeping? Mature lady please. Phone after 4 p.m., 337-5055. 6641-3 E X P E R I E NCED HAIRDRESSER. PART OR FULL-TIME. WAGE PLUS COMMISSION. PHONE 338-4729 OR APPLY 524 4th ST. S. C4M1-30 SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER. Meat those additional expenses 'sailing AVON Products. A wonderful timt to start your own business. CALL 328-7424 or write Mrs. M. Scott, 2514 33rd Ave. S. C4076-30 NON-COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATION supplying nutritional Information to education and health personnel, Is considering employing dietitian with training, on part-time basis. Write Box 96, Herald, stating experience and qualifications. 6430-31 REQUIRED - TELLER EXPERIENCE PREFERRED BUT NOT NECESSARY. FIVE DAY WEEK 381/2 HOURS, AGE-BETWEEN 18, AND 35. WRITE BOX 95, HERALD. C4143-2 Leading manufacturer in mobile home industry, Lethbridge Airport, requires SALES CLERK. Duties Include Invoice preparation, filing; handling correspondence for sales manager and sales staff. Ideal candidate will be graduate from business school with Industrial experience. Shorthand and bookkeeping an asset, typing and initiative a necessity. Salary negotiable. Reply In confidence to Chief Accountant, P.O. Box 740, Lethbridge. C4142-30 KEYPUNCH OPERATOR required Person applying should be over 25 and willing to accept responsibility. Supervisory and office experience preferred. REFER ALL INQUIRIES TO: Mr. Zobell CANADA MANPOWER 419 7th St. S. C4178-30 SIMPSONS-SEARS Requires FULL TIME COSMETICIAN This challenging position offers better than average earnings, excellent working conditions and a full line of company benefits. Several years experience and up to date product knowledge is essential. APPLY SIMPSONS-SEARS PERSONNEL DEPT. CENTRE VILLAGE C4185-1 SIMPSONS-SEARS Requires FULL-TIME CORSETTIERE Must be experienced in all aspects of fitting and sales. Excellent working conditions and full line of company benefits. APPLY SIMPSONS-SEARS PERSONNEL DEPT. CENTRE VILLAGE C4143-30 58 MALE HELP WANTED WANTED - JANITOR FOR COM-munity Hall, Coaldale. Please apply in writing before April 3rd. P. O. Box 936, Coaldale. 6512-1 HOUSE FRAMING CARPENTER foreman. Also finishing carpenter, nonunion. State previous experience, age and wage expected, to Box 87, Herald. C4121-1 WE REQUIRE WELDER WITH papers, able to set up small production and fabrication in local shop. Please state experience, past employer and wages expected. Reply P.O. Box 434, Lethbridge. C3935-tf SALESMEN WANTED Southern Alberta's largest full line Ford-Mercury dealership requires two salesmen ONE TRAINEE - Over 21 with good work history. ONE EXPERIENCED - New or used salesman. Top Pay Plan. New Car Furnished Exclusive training program PHONE 223-3537 Larry Oliver General Sales Manager SUPERIOR MOTORS Taber Ltd. C4139-7 MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY The United Group of Companies Is desirous of Re-Opening our Lethbridge Office. Management and Career opportunities with UNITED are exciting, challenging and without limitations. We prefer a Manager, presently qualified and resident In the City to fill this position. Interested applicants should consider the following important points. -Hundreds of established clients In the area -Our five United Funds - Accumulative, American, Horizon, Venture and Pension are the finest in the business In addition, UNITED INVESTMENT LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, has the most unique low-cost Life Insurance program ever offered to the Canadian public. Even prior to our third year In the Life Business, our volume surpasses some of the giants In the industry - simply, because people see and want our Plans. Indeed, the volume we are en|oyfng at this time is a very deciding factor in our decision re Lethbridge. FINANCIAL PLANNING, is virtually impossible today without the companion services of Mutual Funds and Life Insurance ... We have them, and our future plans already on the drafting board, virtually cover every aspect of MONEY MANAGEMENT and FINANCIAL SERVICE to the oublic. Please contact: B.E. Jones, Regional Manager Marquis Hotel Monday evening, March 29th All day Tuesday, March 30th. 6583-30 58 MALI HELP WANTED WANTED - EXPERIENCED OFFSET press operator and camera man. Apply Paramount Printers, Lethbridge. Phona 327-3287. C4057-tf SELL GUARANTEED SELF-AOHE-sive labels, In rolls, to supermarkets, bakeries, stores, etc. Top commissions advanced. Repeats. Sail anywhere full time, part-time sideline. New competitive catalogue available. Write: Sales Manager, Alexander Label Factory, 1275E Wellington St., Ottawa 3, Ont 6584-3 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 Foremost, Alberta The County employs 77 teachers full-time and two part-time. Present student enrolment Is 1,417 In nine schools. POSITION: Executive Officer of the School Committee. QUALIFICATIONS: (a) A valid Alberta Teaching Certificate. (b) Five years teaching experience In Alberta or in a school system of equivalent standard. (c) A degree from a university In Alberta or from a university of equivalent standard. (d) Have pursued one year's graduate study In a field acceptable to the Minister either at a university In Alberta or at a university or equivalent standard. SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and axperience. COMMENCEMENT DATE: July 1st, 1971 or as arranged. CLOSING DATE: April 30th, 1971. Applications In writing, Including a complete resume of training and experience, to be forwarded to the undersigned- ROY R. WAlLMAN, Secretary-Treasurer, County of Forty Mile No. 8 Foremost, Alberta C4023-13D 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED WE NEED LOCAL PEOPLE TO STUFF AND ADDRESS ENVELOPES FOR OUR MAIL-ORDER FIRM. For more information send 25c (for handling) to: Razorback Productions, Box 9800, Little Rock, Arkansas 73309. 6706-6 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells you how. Phone 338-3636, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-tf 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST - WALKIE TALKIE DEVICE with pageboy printed on it. Finder please contact Mr. H. Lawman, 328-6353 or 328-6093. Reward offered. 6707-5 LOST - THREE MONTH OLD GER-man Shepherd - Husky mala dog Phone 327-8695, after 5 p.m. 6708-1 66 PERSONAL THE A.I.D. CENTRE - PHONE 327-7323. AN INFORMATION-REFERRAL SERVICE. C3689-31 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after 7:30 p.m. BEER EQUIPMENT, LIQUOR EQUIP-ment and bartending for all occasions. Banquets, weddings, stags, etc. Prices are reasonable. Phone Doug at office 327-2895, home 327-7904; Steve at home 327-5132. 6331-5 HYPNOSIS ACCEPTING LIMITED NUMBER OF CLIENTS. RELAX, END NERVOUS TENSION, OVERCOME BAD HABITS. LEARN SELF HYPNOSIS. PHONE 328-8696. 0533-1 PREPAID KODACOLOR FILM PROCESSING 12 Exp. - $2.99 20 Exp. - $4.49 36 Exp. - $7.49 Phone 328-1704, 24 hours. Free pickup - Oellvered to vour door. Rural consumers mall to Film Processing, General Delivery, Lethbridge. 4419-31 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 328-7362. 6394-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL - Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C4924-tf GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SINGER machines, competent adlustments to all other makes. Free home estimate. Phone 327-2243. Singer Co. of Canada, College Mall. C3597-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vlces on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Phone 327.4456. C7353-tf 69 SUMMER RESORTS SUMMER RENT - WASA LAKE, B.C. Modern A frame. $80 per week. Apply 469 8th Ave., Klmberley, B.C. 6668-1 70 GARDENING WELL ROTTED MAURE AND TOP soil. Phone Victor Bzdell, 328-3289, before 8 a.m. or after 5 p.m. 6012-tf ECONOMY TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING - Under Winter Works Program, we are now able to trim trees and hedges very economically. Call us for free estimate-327-2641. C872-tf SAVE 50% AND MORE BUY YOUR GARDEN SEEDS IN BULKI Bulk garden seeds Certified seed potatoes Local perennials Lawn and flower seeds Onion sets plus fertilizers Peat moss plus potting soil When it comes to gardening See us First and Save! LETHBRIDGE FARMERS MARKET 111 7th St. S. "Southern Alberta's Original Market" Across from Gait Garden-Downtown C3924-15my 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES COLLIE AND PART LAB. PUPS -Eight weeks old. You make the offer. Phone 345-4246. 6517-30 FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON - CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-3094. 5739-tf GAILYNE TROPICALS Arrived shipment of beautiful aquarium plants. Various specie*. Rooted and floating. 907 7th Ave. S. 6432-31 TOY AND MINIATURE POODLE puppies. Excellent quality, $75 to $350. Glen Noble Poodles, Box 55, Midna-pore. Phone 352-0360. 6710-3 FOUR REGISTERED AMERICAN Coon dogs, black and tan color. $35 each. Apply Holiday Motel, room six. 6711-1 SOUTHALTA KENNELS REGISTER-ed, Barnwell, 223-4130. Samoyed pups, ready for sale April 35th, Boxer and Brittany Spaniel litters expected for summer. Deposit accepted. 4586-30 DACHSHUND-SPAYED, ONE YEAR old. Very friendly, $30. Phone 328-7135. 6487-5 TWO SIAMESE SEALPOINT CATS. One male, one female. Phone 757-2421. 4709-1 Fifty gal. aquarium in cabinet. Matching angel fish and good selection of other tropical fish. Apply 2121 19th St. S. X1832-5 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS CHINCHILLAS AND EQUIPMENT for sale. Good standard breedng females (proven). Also excellent white male and female. Breeding and primary cages with accessories. Will sell separately. Reasonable price. Phone 327-4047. 6518-30 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WANTED TO BUY All or part Interest, preferably In simall local business. Box 104, Herald. 4712-5 FOR SALE - SERVICE STATION and garage, southern Alberta, ideal for partnership. Full price $25,000. Will help finance. Write Box 91, Herald. 6633-3 DEALERS Canadian built electronics Ignition systems. Will work on all gasoline engines. Retail $39.98 up. Box 16, Herald. 6514-2 PARTNER REQUIRED Must be handy with hand tools. No selling experience. Cash Investment at $3,000. Earnings In excess at $8,000 per year. No triflers. Wrlta Box 93, Lethbridge Herald. C4144-31 A $500 CASH OUTLAY Can bring you in a class of $13,000 annually. Not a sales or franchise program. We manage your investment for you on a money back basis. Write Box 77, Herald. 4373-30 POLKA-DOT DAIRY BAR AND TRAILER COURT, Bow Island. Located on the southern route of the Trans Canada No. 3 highway. Trailer court can accommodate 34 overnight campers or 13 mobile homes. Reason for selling, poor health. COIN LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING ESTABLISHMENT, in thriving southern Alberta town, with or without building. This Is a very profitable business. GROCERY STORE AND BULK FUEL STATION. Located east of Lethbridge, on No. 3 highway. MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE PHONE L. S. Handley........... 345-3534 Roger Handley........... 345-4564 Fred Burton.......,. . . 345-4177 C4143-3 74 LOANS & INVESTMENTS. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available. We consider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. C4149-3 75 CONTRACTS PAINTING - TOWN AND COUNTRY. Reasonable rates. Free estimates. Phone 327-9748, 327-9479. 4189-1 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE - NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. C1934-tf FRED STEINER - CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing, insured, free estimates. Phone 327-8284. C3661-ff BORGE RAVEN - 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C4319-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF "The Milk Control Act": AND IN THE MATTER OF an application to the Public Utilities Board by Purity Dairy Co-op. Ltd. and Union Milk, Division of Sllverwood Dairies Limited, licensed dstributors In the Lethbridge Controlled Area, for an increase by order of the Public Utilities Board in the retail and wholesale minimum prices of milk In the Lethbridge Controlled Area: NOTICE is hereby given that the application will be heard by the Public Utilities Board at the Court House In the City of Lethbridge, In the Province of Alberta, on Wednesday, the 21st day of April, 1971, commencing at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon, at which time and place the Board will hear all persons who desire to make representation respecting such application. DATED AT EDMONTON, in the Province of Alberta, this 22nd day of February, 1971. Public Utilities Boerd D. G. Leversedge Acting Secretary M3 >00000000O�9fta999&�S.9010,-000 grant to TRUST, a drug crisis centre, has been approved by the Alberta government. The $10,000 grant brings to $40,000 the province's contribution to TRUST since last year. Youth Minister Gordon Taylor said the grant would enable the centre to continue operations until the end of June, and perhaps to the end of July. The government intends to conduct long-term funding studies on the operation. Cards Of DkanL, X % emonamA DEATHS BRAUN - Passed away in Coaldale on Monday, March 29, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Miss Aganeta Braun, at the age of 76 years, of Coal* dale. Born and raised in Russia, the late Miss Braun came to Saskatchewan in 1934, moving to Coaldale in 1936 where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by her sister, Mrs. Mary Thiessen, of Coaldale; one brother, Mr. Ben Braun, of Lethbridge and several nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Mar* tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C4191 BARNARD -Passed away oh Monday, March 29, 1971(l Mr. Emery E. Barnard, aged 85 years of Chilliwack, B.C., beloved husband of the late Dora Barnard of Chilliwack and formerly of Wrentbam, Alta. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. P. (Benrice) Olsen, Chilliwack and Mrs. Ed (Mildred) Aubert, 1313 13th1 Ave. S., Lethbridge; one son, Leo Barnard, Victoria, B.C., six grandchildren and two greafc-grandchildreo. Services at the Garden Chapel Funeral Home, Chilliwack, Wednesday, March 31. Interment, Valley View Memorial Gardens, North Surrey, B.C. 6717 KOLIASKO - Daniel Michael, passed away in Lethbridge on Friday, March 26, 1971, at the age of 76 years, beloved father of Michael Ko-liasko of 4314 1st Ave. S. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Wednesday, March 31st at 2 p.m., with Rev. E. R. Doyle officiating. Cremation will follow the service in the Calgary Crematorium. The family are sympathetic to the Canadian Cancer Society and donations may be made to 409 Canada Trust Building, Lethbridge. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C4188 MANY FINGERS - Passed away on Sunday, March 28, 1971, Annie Many Fingers, aged 80 years, of the Blood Reserve. She is survived by three sons, Frank, Wallace and Floyd and two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Fox and Mrs. Agnes Singer; 42 grandchildren, 63 great  grandchildren. Predeceased by one son, Albert and one daughter, Mrs. Christine Goodstriker. The funeral service will be held in the Im-manual Conception Church, St. Mary's School, Wednesday at 10:00 a.m., Rev. F. Bokenfohr officiating. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery. A wake service will be held in the church basement Tuesday evening (tonight) Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. C4190 CROSS - Rev. Wilbert F., passed away in Picture Butte on Sunday, March 28,1971, at the age of 77 years. Born in Chesley Ontario in 1893, Mr. Cross came to Alberta in 1910 homesteading in the Naco district. He left Naco in 1925 to enter the ministry, being ordained by the Church of the Nazarene in 1935. He married the late Edith L. Hunt in 1927 and they served in various points throughout the province until his retirement from the active ministry and moved to Nobleford in 1944. While in No-bleford, he was assistant postmaster until 1950 when he became postmaster. He retired from: the post office in 1963 and moved to Porcupine Hills Lodge in Claresholm in 1966 where he has resided until the time of his passing. Left to mourn his passing are one son, Fred of Lethbridge; one daughter, Mrs. Beverley Clemens of MossMgh, five grandchildren; three brothers, Ralph at Ryley, Clarence and John in Edmonton, and one sister, Mrs. Bessie McLean at Courtenay, B.C. He was predeceased by his wife Edith L. in 1958; two brothers, Reub and Harry and a sister, Martha Alexander. Funeral services will be held in the Church of the Nazarene (16 St. and 9th Ave. S.) on Wednesday, March 31 1971 at 2 p.m., with Rev. R. Quantz and Rev. W. Grunau officiating, Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made to the Gideon Society. A representative will be at the church. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C4189 DEATH LAWSON - Passed away suddenly in Cereal, Alta. on Sunday, March 28, 1971, Roy, at the age of 47 years, beloved husband of Irene Lawson. Roy was born June 3, 1923 and received his education in Lethbridge. Prior to moving to Cereal three years ago, he was employed by The Lethbridge Herald Job Printing Department for 28 years. He spent some time in the Canadian Army and was stationed as an instructor at Camrose, Alta. He was also an active member of the Southminster United Church. Besides his loving wife Irene he is survived by one son Barry and three daughters Bonnie, Sheri and Shawn, all at home; one brother John of Lethbridge; two sisters, Mrs. E. R. Crouch of Vancouver, Mrs. T. Ascroft of Lethbridge. Funeral service will be held in Cereal, Alta. on Wednesday, March 31st at 11 a.m. Graveside services will be Held in Lethbridge on Wednesday, March 31st at Mountain View Cemetery at approximately 4 p.m. The family have requested no flowers, but friends who wish may donate to the charity of their choice. X1833 FUNERAL GIBSON - Funeral service for Christian Gibson, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Linda Victoria Gibson who died suddenly at the residence Friday, March 26, 1971, at the age of 83 years, was held at 2:00 p.m. Monday, March 29, 1971, in St. Augustine's Anglican Church with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating, assisted by Rev. E. R. Doyle. Pallbearers were Thad Ives, Charlie Hogg, Bill Dun-lop, Vera Belford, Clare Malm-berg and George Watson. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS MOODIE - I wish to thank all those kind friends and relatives who visited me in the hospital. Special thanks to my doctor and all nurses, for their special care; also those who sent cards and flowers. Mrs. Helen Moodie 6713 CARDS OF THANKS NORTH- We wish to express sincere appreciation to our many friends in Warner and throughout the, Warner County, for the farewell parties and gifts. Your kindness will always be remembered. Mr. and Mrs. Joe North and family. 6714 MaelNDOE - I wish to thank all those kind friends and relatives who visited me in St. Michael's Hospital; sent cards, notes, flowers and candy. Special thanks to my doctors and all the nurses and nursing -Mrs. Janet Maclndoe. 6669 SEKURA - The families of the late Frank Sekura wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to the doctors and nurses at the Taber Medical Centre and Taber Hospital and to their many friends, neighbours and relatives for the Mass cards, floral tributes, food, gifts to the Cancer Society and other acts of kindness expressed during the lengthy illness and sad bereavement of their beloved husband, father and grandfather. Elizabeth Sekura and family C4187-31 IN MEMORIAMS GECHO - In loving memory of a dear dad and granddad, Mike Gecho, who passed away March 29, 1961. His memory is our greatest treasure. In our hearts he will live forever. -Lovingly remembered b y his daughter Ethel; grandchildren Cheryl, CoRinne, and Charlene. 6671 SLINGSBY - In loving memory of mother, who passed away March 20, 1957 and dad, June 29, 1963. Beautiful thoughts of ones so dear, Treasured forever with love sincere. Deep in our hearts your memories are kept We loved you too dearly to ever forget. -Always remembered by Doris and Charles. 6670 Forest industries to lose freedom VANCOUVER(CP)-A global approach to renewable resource management will mean more government control, more expense and a loss of former freedoms for Canada's forest industries, Fisheries Minister Jack Davis said Monday. But the result will be greater biological, social and economic stability, he said. Mr. Davis, speaking to a meeting of the British Columbia branch of the Canadian Forestry Association, said forest products companies are bound to be uneasy over the new concern about the environment. An ecological approach toward forest management involves interests other than those of forest industries, he said. S'uch an approach demanded expenditures for pollution control as well as restriction of logging activities which once ignored recreational and esthetic aspects of forest land. It means "more rather than less interference from outside," Mr. Davis said. "It means other Industries, and especially recreation industries, in your midst. It means more city dwellers visiting your limits, especially in the summertime. "It means more fisheries officers and game wardens wandering around. It means more government rather than less." "You are becoming a part of a bigger and more demanding society whether you like it or not," Mr. Davis said. Fernie school buses tally 16,929 miles NATAL (HNS) - School buses travelled 16,929 miles in February, maintenance supervisor R. Craig told the board of Fernie school district recently. The district fleet consumed 2,591.8 gallons of gasoline. Mr. Craig said he is considering the removal of one bus from the Hosmer run. He said he is also considering the installation of bulk tanks and pumps at Sparwood to accommodate buses there. The board plans to erect a garage in the area this year. One problem that could arise would be whether Sparwood zoning laws would allow gasoline tanks in the area desired by the board. A trailer is to be offered for sale again, but with a proviso that an upset price of $2,000 be stated. The trailer is an eight-foot by 35-foot Marathon and is occupying a pad at Fernie Mobile Home Park. Trustees are not prepared to ask teachers to instruct in the methods of contraception. The matter was discussed at a recent board meeting at which a letter from the East Koote-nay Medical Society was read by E. t; Chambers, board secretary. The letter said in effect that although doctors agreed there is a place for therapeutic abortions, they find the matter distasteful and were therefore asking that every girl in the area receive "knowledge of the best form of contraception." School superintendent P. B. Pullinger said the district has no co-ordinated program of sex-education. Trustee Ted Stafford said he felt some parents would be pleased to see such information presented while others would object strongly. The board agreed to allow the school to take 22 Sparwood students to Lethbridge for a tour of the news media centres these including newspaper, radio and television offices. ;