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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 4, 1973 THi IITHMIDOE HIRAID 25 65 HELP WANTED DOG CATCHER REQUIRED FOR THE Town of Coaldale. Apply In writing or contact the Coaldale Town office. Box 970, Coaldale, Alberta. C9089-5 EXPERIENCED BACKH06 lor Must class 1 driver's llc- Glen Little Construction Ltd., evenings, HELP WANTED FOR WAREHOUSE duties. Apply within, KU, 7th St. S. or phone for sopolntment 328-8808 CANADA PAINT. C8931-tl REQUIRE ONE SALESCLERK FOR men's department. Minimum age 18. Grade 12 preferred. No phone calls. Apply Fields Stores. No Realtor can guarantee you success In Real Estate but we can give you honest answers to your Questions BLOCK BROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. For personal Interview call Frank Tinordl at 328-1044 (days) or 327-3478 C3414-H PROGRAM SUPERVISORS Applications are Invited for the follow- ing positions Supervisors for playground and day camps, Game Skills, Music SENIORS University or College or minimum IB years of age. JUNIORS Senior High School or minimum 17 years of age. For applications contact the PERSON- YWCA 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL Experienced X-Ray technician, preferably registered. Apply in writing to Administrator, Box 299, Vulcan, Alto. C91W-S THREE REGISTERED NURSES For general duty work at the Willow Creek-Claresholm Auxiliary Hospital. Salaries and personnel policies in ac- cordance with A.A.R.N. tions. Residence available. Address ap- plications to Director of Nursing, Willow Creek-Clareshdm Auxiliary Hos- pital, Box 700, Claresholm, Aberta. C9189-S Dietary Technician Responsible for patient diets, In co- operation with dietitian. Effective June 1, 1973. Salary to annually (Presently under Please write in confidence, stating education and experience to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. C9177-4 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALLING, TAPING, SPRAYING -tilings, repair work. Phone 328-7362. 4239-tf KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER' VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 328-W62. C3751-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf HIGHEST QUALITY INDUSTRIAL roofing repairs and maintenance sup- plies. Save up to 75 per cent. Self applied. Guaranteed seven years. Other industrial supplies, paints, cleaners, cement and blacktop resur- faclngs, wood preservatives, etc. 345- 3957. 1405-26My MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER vices on all makes of washers end dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too liroe or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE. 905 3rd 327-4456. C7353-tt 71 TEACHERS WANTED OFFICE, CITY HALL or at "604 8th St. S. or COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT, 122 Sth Ave. S. Applications will not be accepted after Msy 7, 1973. C914S-4 Canada's fastest growing retail business has opening for COMMISSION SALES PEOPLE IN THE SEWING MACHINE AND APPLIANCE DEPARTMENTS Preference will be given to those ex- perienced and knowledgeable of the srave, or closely related area. We can offer you an opportunity for above average income and a range of benefits, including a haur work week. THE LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 Requires a teacher of the hard of hearing for an innovative program involving youngsters having moder- ate to severe hearing impairments. The successful applicant will have specialized training in deaf edu- cation. Responsibilities will tentatively com- mence on August 22, 1973. Please send complete curriculum vitae, with the names of three references, no later than May 11, 1973 to: DR. G. B. PROBE DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT 433 15th St. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA T1J 2Z5 C9093-3 84 GARDENING INE TREES 20-30 .FT. sale. Phone 328-7021. HIGH FOR 1849-7 TEN WEEPING BIRCH 327-0226. NO Sunday Calls. NEW LAWNS, FENCE BUILDING Md lobs. Phone 328-8583. 1467-11 ROTOTILLING 345-3417 or 328-3421. 1527- WILL DO ROTOTILLING. able rates. Phone 328-8764. REASON. 9887-9My ROTOTILLING DONE GOOD JOB guaranteed. Phone 328-4065.______939-t 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NEEDED PARTNERS IN A FAST- growing business. Smell Writ. Box Herald. Investment. I731 FOR SALE: COMPLETE SHOE RE- r shop, michlntry, showcase! and Priced for quick Shoe Shop, Shelby, Mont. 1704-1 40 'ACRES OF PINEST DEVELOP- ment property located on main hlgh- J iSnetlon; 10 from Color- River, 15 minutes from one Pf Business building for sale or lease, centre of Main Street, Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. TWMf Cook for Afternoon Shift Apply M. Ryder, Tradewinds Motor Hotel, Calgary, Alberta 1707-1 FRANK'S ROTOTILLING. service. Phone 323-7389. PROMPT 9823-30J EXCELLENT GARDEN MANURE delivered. Phone 328-8415, between p.m. and 8 p.m. 1846-7 FOR SALE COTTONEASTER BUSHES 10 to 12 ins. high. Phone 345-3958, after 6 p.m. 1897-4 TROY WAY SOIL PREPARATION. Nine in. depth. Minimum 5-9 p.m., 327-5623. C9173-5 FOR SALE HARDY CHRYSANTHE- rnums Jock Coyle 313 12th St. C N Phone 328-1595. 1W9-7 ROTOTILLING AND PLOWING WITH large yellow rototiiler. 327-8237. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "List with the leader" Multiple Listing Service 1 have hotel in Southern Alberta for complete. Phone Harold Fox at 328-4925 for particulars. MLS Ideal business for semi-retired couple Hardware and Gift Shop situated m south Lethbridge. Business shows good return. Contact Roy Cleland 327-4335. MLS WANT A PROFITABLE AND A BUSY BUSINESS Dairy bar and restau- rant and self-service gas pump. Fully equipped and shows excellent returns. Phone Barbara Bruchet at 327-3257. PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In tht Eitate of RALPH EDWIN CALKINS, lite of Courts, In the Prov- net of Alberta, who died on the tin My of April, A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all person hav- na claims upon the Estate of tht must file with the undersigned by the 2ist day of May 1973, i full ttttement of their claims and ieeurltles held by them. Bly Selma calkins. Courts, Alberta. C-amJ NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IK THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF CAROLINE SCHILDWACHTER. late of the vicin- ity of Turin, In Province of Al- berta, who died on the Uth day of March, A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all nersons hav- Ir.n claims upon the Estate of the above-nnmed with the under- mentioned by the dav of A D 1973, full statement of 'heir claims and of securities held by them. F. T. BYRNE, ESQ. p. O. Box 774 5 706 Third Avenue South 1 ethhrldoe, Albert Solicitor for the Executor BIRTHS PATTERSON -Gerry .and Vetoa wish to announce the birth of a daughter, Donna Marie, May 27, 1973, in St. Michael's Hospital. Insured. 1900 LEISHMAN Norris and Janet are nappy to announce the birth of their son Chad Evan (7 Ibs. 2 ozs.) Born Mon- day, April 30, 1973 at the Ray- mond Municipal Hospital. Grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F.'SChneider and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Leishman. 18254 COUNTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA April 17, 1973. Sealed Tenders will t-e received b" the "undersigned for RfMdent No. 7 me imitation brick vd- Frlday May inq) 197? Th- HJ'idlno to p.m. on from Th- H'dlno o -e> oro-nds hv September 1, 1973 The hirhest or any bid net necessarily details contact C- Roszell. iilldina Suorrviscr, or nndersioned k.v to Inject reswenc. con- nc" Vlnctpal of Conquerville School, !Hn Enn. POV R. Wallman. Secretary-Treasurer. DEATHS TRU1TT Wednesday, May 2 1973, Lawrence Everett Truitt, aged 72 years, of Pin- cher Creek. Funeral service from Pincher Creek United Church, Saturday, May 5, 1973 at 1 p.m., Rev. R. Puttman of- ficiating. Interment Fairview Cemetery. Fureral arrange- ments by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C32M DEATHS TURNER Passed away in the city on Wednesday, May 2, 1973 following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Florence Margaret Turn- er at the age of 79 years of 717 13th St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. John B. Turner. Pray- ers will be said this evening (Friday) at p.m. in Mar- tin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at 3 p.m. in As- sumption Church with Rev. Father R. Chisholm celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direct- ors of Funeral Service. C9206 MLS 1406-tf I C9174-S WELL ROTTED CHICKEN AND COW manure. Delivered. Phone 327-3289. 1641-22 WELL ROTTED MANURE FOR SALE Delivered. Fhone 327-6520 or 327-7918, afte- 4 p.m. 11S6-7M wide Apply in person to PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL County of Vulcan No. 2 Requires MUSIC TEACHER To located in County Central High School In the town of Vulcan. Must be able to serve as a bandmaster tor I band presently in operation. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION TEACHER To provide instruction in graphic arts, photography, electronics and automo- tives. I For eitner position forward a complete I resume to: I Superintendent of Schools Box 180 Vulcan, Alberta C9150-4 LAWNS AERATED AND POWER raKed. Mike Bobak, phcne 327-1777. 971-tf ROTOTILLING, YARDS CLEANED. Reasonable rates. Phone 327-8433 65 J- T f McLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- ing Call 328-2094. 703Mf GARDEN MUMS, PANSIES, AND geraniums, Spanish onion plants. Ap- ply Dan's Greenhouse. 1507-tf HEAVY DUTY ROTOTILLING. SAT- isfacticn guaranteed. Phone 327-1227. 543-12my 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. College Mail, Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C9094-5 MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 HOUSE FOR SA'-E tPidprs, clearly marked "House will be received bv the un-ier- up to p.m. Friday. My li? 1973 for pt-rcha-e of property ?nd building situated In Lundoreck, iivUrta. and lecally desr-lbed ns i nts U and Iscally 16 In Bl-ck 4. Plan Lun'dKreck 2177S; commonly known as the A rertiffd HofSe. rheone. payable to A rertitea Pincher Creek S'hnol Division No. 20. fer 10 per cent of tho lender price must Th- c- any tender not neces- sarily acreited. P.. J. Rots secretary-Treasurer Pincher Division PINCHER CREEK, Alberta EIGHT HP. ROTOTILLER FOR fa't and efficient service. Phone 328- I 9387. 1208-tf DRIED GROUND MANURE, IN PLAS- tic bags sl.so each. Free delivery. Phone Coalhurst Greenhouse. 327-9530. I 1585-tf BUILDING INSPECTOR AND ENFORCEMENT OFFICER FOR THE TOWN OF FORT SASKATCHEWAN QUALIFICATIONS; Trainino In the fisld of carpentry, plumblna, ras- finino rr sl-nilar area and Office Administration. SALARY RAHr-E: "752 (rom- mensurate with qualifications and ex- Dirties t" cornn-pnce June IS, 1973 or earlier if possible. Ainlications, arccmoanifd hv a resume rf censorial Kttorv. c'tlon anrl will tin to May 14, 1973 and should be directed to: B. V. Bawol Town cf Saskatchewan Box 1MB Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta 1M7-5 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835- Baby Centre 328-2509. C4658-H LAKEVIEW KINDERGARTEN DE- partment cf education approved. Now registration for 1973-74 term, Phone Mrs. Cutforth at 327-8857 Mrs. Kerber at 327-3904. 1685-5 76 SEWING SERVICES WOMEN'S, M E N' S CHILDREN'S clothing Made in my home. Phone 327-9717. 904-18my DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS, IN MY HOME. 1812 2nd AVE. A N. PHONE 328-6911. 1584-30My LANDSCAPING: SALES AND MOV- ING OF LARGER TYPE TREES. SPRUCE TREE FARMS LTD. PHONE 328-5806. 559-31My ROTOTILLING, LAWNS PUT IN, GEN- ERAL LAWN AND GARDEN CARE. FREE ESTIMATES. PHONE 327-8063. 1045-7 POWER RAKING Lawns power raked, 1'A cents per sq. yard. 53.50 minimum. Phone 328-7644, after 4 p.m. 9843-31M LOCALLY GROWN TREES French lilac, erabapple, blue spruce and junipers. Pyramidalls and cutleaf birch Phone 327-9530, Coalhurst Green- house. 1209-10 LAP.GE YELLOW ROTOTILLER. Will also do lawns and gardens. Work guaranteed. 327-2555; after A p.m., 32S-7028. 1B1S-W LLOYD'S TREE TRIMMING SERVICE Hedns trimming, trees trimmed or removed For prompt service 327-2641. C5121-tf 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT EMFRY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. i GROUPS. AVAILABLE; FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, I I ETC. PHONE 328-2867. I C4951-tf THE MOON GLOWS Music for all occasions PHONE DON CODY 327-4592, AFTER 7 P.M. Chief Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone 328-0924 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing: n small new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND NSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South, 323-3251. C7769-W 90 CONTRACTS GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK and stuccoina. Anderson and Sorenson 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-663J. C7377-tf FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building, sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 327-5087, 328-3983. S23-12my FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8786. C3661-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- 5745. C1936.tf ALL REPAIRS-CARPENTRY, ROOF- Ing specializing In chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cement finishing stuc- coing, fireplaces, house raislna and moving. 328-0266. C8745-tt FOR RUMPUS ROOMS, KITCHEN cupbosrds, remodelllno end repairs Phone B. Raven, 327-3219. Free esti- mates. CM92-M DO YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or repairs In FOR HAY AND STRAW TENDERS are called for the suooly and delivery cf hay and straw as follows to the Aqriculture Canada Research Station at Lethbridge and Onefour 600 tons alfalfa hay, first cutting, 750 tons straw, beddina. Onefour WO to-is alf'lfa hay Jboth light and heavy 150 tons straw, Hav'and straw mav be from 1972 or 1973 crop and quotations will be considered on <-ll or any part of req- oulrements. Quotations will close Mon- SFor furthe- information and Quota- tion Request Forms contact C. G. schoenina. Assistant Administrative Officer, 'Agriculture Canada Research Station, Lethbridge. Phone PROSSER Howard Allen passed away in the city on May 1, 1973 following a lengthy ill- ness at the age of 70 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Violet May Kennedy Prosser of 9W Sth St. S., Lethbridge. Funeral services will be held Saturday, May 5, 1973 at 2 p.m. in the 10th Ave. L.D.S. Chapel, with Bishop Clifford Peterson offici- ating. Interment will follow in the family plot in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from p.m. until prior to the service in the Relief Society room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SAL- MON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9208 LOOSE Pearl Elizabeth, passed away in the city on Wednesday, May 2nd, 1973 at the age of 70 years, beloved wife of the late Awold Franz jccse cf Lethbridge. Mrs. was born in Cardston, March 26th, 1903, moved to lenwood with her parents and received her education there. She was marrkd to Awold Franz Loose on November 22nd, 1922 and they made their home in Glenwood, where they raised their family, except for a short stay at Cold Lake and in the U.S.A. In 1948 they mov- ed to Lethbridge, where she was residing at the time of her passing. She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, always willing to help her friends and neighbors in their time of need. She leaves to mourn her passing one daugh- ter, Mrs. Deloy (Dorothy) Wight of Lethbridge; five sons, Gordon of California, LaMarr NOTICE TO TENDERERS Pavement Town of Picture Butte your home? E Phone 328-2237. and L Construction. 7699-tf Subject to the wived by the Secretary-Treasurer, of Picture Butte, up to p m on the 18th day .May, 1973 and will be opened In public at that time. Quantities are follows: lin. ft. cf concrete curb and 23OTriIn. ft. of concrete swale s.y. pavement Plans and Specifications may be ob- tained from Strong, Lamb Nelson Ltd., uoon payment of S25.00 wn en sum will be refunded on the return of the specifications in good condition Each tender must be certified cheque or Bid Bond of not BOX NUMBER REPLIES 4 13 15 16 26 38 46 47 M 51 C9002-tf Part Time Receptionist Required for" doctor's office (Maximum four hours per Pre- vious experience an advantage, but not absolutely necessary for ths right person. 18J8-5 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL 9701-tfh THE VARIETY MEN "Music For Everyone" PHONE DON 327-5888 OR DEL 327-4414 970-2SMy Just Arrived! EVERGREENS SHADE TREES UP TO 1Z FT. FRUIT TREES ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA. 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS CSMO.tf GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT RE- qulres Aoolv in person. Mr. Henry Yee. Phone 378 2525. EXPERIENCED Apply in person to Majorette Restau- rant 612 3rd Ave. S. We are closed on Sundays and O171-9 78 LOST AND FOUND ONE BIG BLACK FLUFFY TOMCAT. Lost. Phone 327-3096. 1550-5 FOUND OFF WHITE FEMALE PUPPY. BROWN BRAIDED COLLAR. PHONE 327-3290. 1895-7 FOUND GM KEY, IN FRONT OF curling rink. Owner msv claim at j classified Dept., Lethbridoe Herald. X3310-4 79 PERSONAL 68 DOMESTIC WANTED BABYSITTER TO in Phone Marie, 3i7-84J4, after 5 p.m. WANTED HOUSEKEEPER OR couple to live In with two adolescents. For further information write Box M, Herald. 1M9-7 WANTED CONSCIENTIOUS PER- son to take full charge of two children from May 17 to Seotember Sth. Phone 659-2388, Waterton for interviews. 181 2-5 69 FARM EXPERIENCED for 15 acres of 357-9115. BEET WORKERS clean sugar beets. 1S65-7 RESPONSIBLE COUPLE FOR DAIRY farm. Experience preferred. Phone R. Nlcol, 317-9081. 1639-tf EXPERIENCED TRACTOR MAN. OWN car. Close to Lethbridge. Phone Jack Griffen at 328-8653, or 328-5201. WANTED IMMEDIATELY EXPERI- perron far orain and cattle farm. Ph-r.e 485-6'33, Vuicop. Jim Oldfield, 12-1 p.m. or after 8 p.m. EXPERIENCED FAMILY FOR CUS- 1cm fcedlot and odd lobs on farm. r.; st t-e a wlllinq worker. Require re- and wanes expected. Home i, -1 utilities supplied. Phone 328-9721. C9172-S RELIABLE PERSON FOR MIXED farm in Vulcan area. Experienced with livestock and machinery tial. Phone X85-6745, or Pat AFRICAN VIOLETS, COV.E SEE HOT i Did you know you can rent Rototillers Power Rakes Aerators Lawn Sweepers Pest Hole Augers Hedge Trimmers Cham Saws Lawn Edgers Wherlbarrows Paint Sprayers Camper Jacks Cement Mixers Cement Trowels Ladders E'C SERVICES LTD. 1712 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-8775 Open 7 a.m. 7 p.m. PUBLIC NOTICES FOR SALE BY TENDER The Medicine Hat School District No. 76 is offering for sale one n) N C.R. Model 34 Accountlna Machine. The machine, Durchfff-d in features: Memorv Addresses (can be ex- panded to 211 Sensing Mechanism Protection Tyoewriter pnd Side Table Prooram Bars !-e adapted for Data Center us? bv addina Punch paper tape or Punch lutoi''. TlT2 msrhlne can he insoeeted ai the S-hix-l District Office, 601 First Ave- nue S.W., Medicine Hat, or further _In- forrna'ion can be obtained by calling 526-5931. Purchaser is to assume responsibility for shipping costs outside Medicine Hat. rlr-.inn date fo- acceotance of hids Is n m. Monday, May 1973. The hifhest or bid will net neces- wMy "v ?ccepted. E. Murra" Secretary-Treasurer Ml 4 of the Pricc- Tne uccessf ul tenderer will be required tprovide a Performance Bond In the amount of cf the contract Lamb Nelson Ltd., 505 Sth Avenue S.E., Calgary, Alberta. T2G 2T7. IN MEMORIAM OLSHASKI In loving mem- ory of a very dear husband, father and grandfather, Peter Olshaski, who passed away and- denly May 4, 1972. Twehe months have now pass- ed away, But in our hearts your mem- ory will stay. Dea. dad, no more pain will you bear, For you are safely in God's care. remerAbered and sad- ly missed by his wife and family. 1858-5 Martha says John knew of bugging NEW YORK (AP) Martha Mitchell says she was "half crucified' by the White House after the Watergate affair last year when she publicly de- manded that her husband quit as President Nixon's campaign manager. "It was about that time that all the Republicans were trying to say I was in an insane asy- lum, they put that out from the White Mrs. Mitchell is reported to have said in a sworn pre-trial statement Thursday. Her husband John, President Nixon's former law partner and attorney-general, quit as man- ager of the 1972 re-election campaign two weeks after the June 17 break-in at Democratic party headquarters in Washing- ton's Watergate office building. Even Mrs. Nixon put out word that she "understood that parts, othe-s for sa'ff. Phone 32S-579S. Except- Sundays and Holidays 1813-5 ECKANKAR THE YOGA OF THE sound current. For highly enlightening book send SI to Box 1053, Lethbridqe. 1820-5 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-CW9 or 323-3246, after p.m. CLOCKS BUILD YOUR OWN Grandfather Clock for informatoin Catalogue Colonial Times Clock Co., Department L. H. C. 500 Weber St. N. Waterloo, Ontario. M3 C7e06-f! 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES HEAVY ROASTING HENS PAN ready five to six Its., cents Ib., discount en dczen lots. Fryers. Free delivery. Custom killinej. Hclmuth Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. CWO-tf .SVD NORTH NATIONAL A' OF IND'AN RN DFVFLOPM MT PARKS TENDER Contract No. 19-73 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES SPONSORS GARBATHON WANTED FOR SATUR- DAY'S LITTER CLEAN UP. TEEN- AGERS WILL WORK ALL DAY CLEANING UP CITY GARBAGE, PRO- VIDING YOU SPONSOR THEM. PRO- CEEDS GO TO PIONEER LODGE INTER-VARSITY CAMP. PHONE 327- 0619. X3311-5 FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH- BRIDGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 327- 6292; JEAN, 327-8340. CAN YOU SING OR PLAY ETHNIC music? The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is doing research on Tra- ditional Non-North American musk. We require names, addresses, type of musics performed, and nationality. NO AUDITIONS AT THIS TIME. Please contact CBC Representative walker. Box 495, Vulcan. Wally Grieve, who will Marquis Hotel, Monday, U95-3 p.m. be at ttw May 7, 11 1WM JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET CUP- ping service. 328-3763. For appointment phone 1851-5 SIAMESE KITTENS F OR SALE Cute and cuddly. S10. Good homes please. 327-1121. 18W-7 Watertsn Lakes National Park Alberta The work Includes a reinforced con- crete structure with wood roof earth embankments and site land- Contract No. 'VR 20-73 Wafer Reservoir Maintenance Comoound Waterton Lakes National Park The work Includes: A reinfcrcsd con- retc wall and roof structure end wafer pioinn. Sealed Tenders marked to content and addressed to the Contracts Admini- strator, National and Historic Parks Branch, Department of Indian Affairs and Development. 125 FOR.SALE. PUREBRED PEKINGESE puppies. Phone Coaldale 345-4598. FIVE SEALPOINT SIAMESE KIT- tens for sale. Box trained. weeks old Phone 732-4547, Picture Butte. 1899-5 WANTED A GOOD HOME, PRE- ferably in country, for our family pet. Well trained and gentle, small male dog to be given away. 328-6943. 1 0 FOR SALE MINIATURE SILVER Poodle and Cockapoo. Both well bred and both fcur months nld. 7 Ave. South, Apt. 1, upstairs, after 6 o m. 1636-8 GERMAN SHORTHAIR POINTER pups, champion sired, good hunters and pets. Morres Morgenstn "m IMtti St., Edmonton, 12832 1W2-J toms Building, Calpary, Alberta. received up to: T2G 0X5 Avenw S.E., b e 3-00 p m. Mountain Daylight Time Thursday, May 24, 1973. Tender documents can obtained from the Contracts Administrator, Na- tional and Historic Parks Branch, De- partment of Indian Affairs and North- prn Development, 125 Build- ina, 134 11 Avenue S.E., Calgary, Alberta. T2R 0X5, on receirt of a plan deposit in Ihe amount of In the form of a Certified Cheque payable to the Receiver General of Canada, and viewed at the offkR of the Super- intendent of Waterton Lakes National Park and the Construction Association Protestant i split widens j From AP-REUTER j BELFAST (CP) A split in the ranks of Northern Ireland's majority Protestants widened Thursday. The head of the mili- tant Vanguard Movement told undecided Protestants to choose between Vanguard and the more moderate tfnionst party, which ruled Northern Ireland for 50 years. William Craig, the Vanguard leader, has rejected British I plans to assure the minority Ro- man Catholic population of a role in Ulster's government. Brian Faulkner, prime minis- ter of Northern Ireland from 1971 until London assumed di- rect rule last year, has given his Unionist party's support to the British peace plans. Craig gave Vanguard mem- bers who also belong to the Un- ionist party two weeks to decide where their loyalty lies. The Vanguard Movement is not officially entered in district elections May 30, but several candidates have been nomi- nated under its label. GANSY May 1. 1973, Gabor, aged 73 loved husband of Mrs. Eliza- beth Gansy, 2209 14A StreetS.W. Calgary, passed away at the Calaary General Hospital, fol- lowing a lengthy illness. Be- sides his beloved wife he is also survived by one son, Gabor Jr. and his wife, Prios Gansy, Tis- zabercel, Szabolcs-Megye, Hun- gary; two daughters, Mrs. Ime (Teri) Huszti, Dunaharas- sti, Pest-Megye, Hungary, Mrs. Ferene (Ottilia) Kapitany, Leth- bridge; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren in Hun- gary and three grandchildren and" five great-grandchildren in Canada; also by a sister, Mrs. Zsuzsanna Halasz, Tiszaber- cel, Szabolcs-Megye, Hungary. Born in Tis2iabercel, Szabolcs- Megye, Hungary he came to Canada in 1928 to Picture Butte, Alberta district, where he farm- ed until moving to Lethbridge in 1957 and came to Calgary in 1962, residing at Calgary since. Mr. Gansy was a member of the Hungarian Calvin Presby- terian Church and Hungarian Canadian Club of Lethbridge. Prayers at LEYDEN'S "Chapel of Remembrance" this evening at p.m. Services at The Hungarian Calvin Presbyterian Church (101 14th Avenue S.W., Calgary) Saturday p.m., with Rev. B. D. Nagy and Rev. Gyorgy Teles officiating. Inter- ment Queen's Park Cemetery. LEYDEN'S FUNERAL HOMES LTD., Directors of Services. i C9205 of Minnesota, Sheldon of Ari- zona, Morgan of Vancouver, and Courtney of Lethbridge; 24 grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. She was prede- ceased by her husband June 6th 1969. Funeral Services will be held on Monday, May 7th at p m in the Lethbridge L.D.S. Stake Chapel, with Bishop Leo L Davidson officiating. Inter- ment will be in the family plot in the Mountain View Cem- etery Friends may meet tte family and pay their respects from 1 P m. prior to the ser- vice in the Jr Sunday School Room of the church. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.- are Funeral Service. C9209 Mrs. Mitchell was very, very Mrs. Mitchell was quoted as saying. Mrs. Mitchell has said often she knew of "dirty business" in the campaign, but after Thurs- day's deposition lawyers said she had little new to offer. She testified in one of a series of civil suits growing out of the Watergate affair. Lawyers de- scribed her as co-operative. Lawyers quoted her as saying her husband asked her June 18 to "hang on months and I take you back to New York.' Mitchell resigned July 1. Asked whether Mitchell knew of the Watergate break-in June 18, Mrs. Mitchell is said to have replied: "Oh. surely he did. Certainly, he did." for two more promise I will JOHNSON Ernest Wilhelm FUNERAL ADACHI Funeral service for Miki Adadii, Taber res- ident and beloved husband of Mrs. Kamiyo Adachi who died at Taber Sunday, April at the age of 79 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday, May 2 1973, in Knox United Church, Taber with Rev. Kenneth Mor- ris officiating. Pallbearers were Koji and Mass Kadonaga, Sam Cook, Norman Ikebuchi aid Tosh and Kichiro Adachi. Re- mains were forwarded to Cal- garv for cremation. Humpnries Furleral Home Ltd., Taber, Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS I to express my awayin te i 2 1973 at the sincere thanks and appreciation to the doctors, nurses and staff Montana plants produce less red meat HELENA, Mont. (AP) Mon- tana's commercial slaughtering plants during March produced less red meat than during the same month last year. The Montana Crop and Live- stock Reporting Service says the State's plants produced 14 million pounds of red meat dur- ing March, a 17-per-cent de- cline from a year ago. Cattle slaughter was down 16 per cent from March, 1972. Hog slaughter of was 26 per cent below the same month last year. However the red meat slaughter was up 20 per cent compared to the month of February. Offices in 1 ethbridge Calgary, Alberta. Edmonton and The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily acceded. D. W. Streets, P. Eng. Regional Engineer Western Region National and Historic Parks Branch Vonity plates Lavinia (Beaulah Kit) Johnson of 953 16th St. S. Besides his loving wife he is survived by three sons, Lester of Cran- brook. B.C. Edward of Water- ten Park, Raymond of Ray- mond; two daughters, Mrs. Tony (Jean) Pascuzzo and Mrs. Bruno (Ruth) Farads both of care and kindness ing my hospitalization. Thanks cards, Wilfred Row. 1835 JONES I wish to express mv sincere thanks to my rela- Cranbrook, B.C.: one steD-itives, friends, and neighbors uranorooK, one oicy- n j daughter, Mrs. Carl (Connie) i for visits, gifts, cards and Pickles of the city; nine grand- j flowers while I was; a.patent children and one sister, Mrs. Michaels Hospital. Spe- Walter (Laura) Bengry of Card- ston. Ernest was born May Sth. 1S01 at Sterling, Illinois, one children, the eldest son ciai thanks to my doctors, nur- ses and the staff on Second Main. I would like to send a very special thanks to those the" late Herman and Amelia who helped me before to Canada in and since my reiurn home. Jones of of Johnson. He came with his parents as a young boy to Spring Coulee, Alberta where the family farmed for many years. He then moved to a farm at Carway, later mov- ed to Cardston, and worked for the Department of Northern Af- ,11t fairs at Waterton Park for eight i f or million years. In 1966 Mr. and Mrs. j Johnson moved to Lethbridge j where he was employed by Ed- SllOpplllg wards Rod Weeders until his re- tirement. The funeral service Davies named publishers TORONTO (CP) Michael L. Davies of Kingston Whig- Standard was chosen to become president of the Canadian Daily Newspaper Publishers Associ- ation in 1974 at the annual gen- eral meeting here. He will succeed John D. Muir of Hamilton Spectator who will preside over the publishers' or- ganization until next year. G. B. Macgillivray of Thunder Bay Chronicle-Journal is immediate j part T 1901-5 j Sod 'turned LANSING, Mich. (AP) a.m. in the will be held Saturday st 11 10th Avenue Michigan residents are going to be able to get "vanity" vehicle licence plates on which pet names can be used instead of the present impersonal letters and numbers. Applications are Chapel, with Bishop Clifford Peterson officiating. Friends may meet the family from ten to eleven in the Relief Society room prior to the service. In- terment will follow in the fam- MOOSE JAW (CP) -A sod- expected to plates year and the vanity plates will cost residents an extra ily plot, 1974 tery. MARTIN BRO LTD, Directors of Funeral Service. C9207 turning ceremony was held here to launch construction of a con- troversial shopping centre on Moose Jaw's old ex- hibition grounds. The project, undertaken by Great West International Equi- ties Ltd. of Calgary, has been opposed by some sectors which said it could lead to the finan- cial death of downtown Moose Jaw. DIAL BEFORE YOU DIG! 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