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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS i 70 GARDENING KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LfclH- SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber ilsrnps, corporoie scale, dalers etc Same-day service. UJJ Snd Ave S. Phone 328-5114. MAYTAG SALES AMD SERVICE, bER- vices on all makes washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons vacuum cleaners, etc. No loo large or loo small. LEIHBRIDtiG APPLIANCE, 90S 3rd Ave. 5.- Phone WILL DO LAWN CUT I ING AND yard maintenance. Three years ex- perience. 3M-4108. 7334-26 NEW LAWNS REEDYK LANDSCAPING 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Friday, May 76, 1972 7HF LETHBRIDGf HWAID 23 I 75 CONTRACTS 327-4456. C7353-II 70 GARDENING TOPSOIL. 'PHONE vie BZDELL, m- 32B9, evenings. LLOYD'S ROTOTILLING, WITH MEW mBchine. Phone 32B-2.il7. 1393-lf FRANK'S ROTOTILLING PROMPT service. Phone 328-73B9. 9693-Uy NEW LAWNS PUT IN A N D ODD jobs. Phone J060-27 TOPSOIL, MANURE AND GARDEN sand. 327-3047. C30B5-5 FOR YOUR INSTANT LAWN Call Chief Mountain Sod Service at 32B-0924 MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- ing. Call 32G-20P4. 7030-tf BEDDING OUT PLANTS GERAN- iums 610 IZth St. 5., after 5 p.m. 326- 2265. 2636-27 TOPSOIL FOR SALE WELL ROT- ted manure. Phcns Paul Fellger, 323- 1973-10J WILL DO ROTOTILLING DAYS, EVENINGS AND WEEKE N D S. PHONE 1477-2J RENT ROTOTILLERS, AERATORS, SEEDERS, POWER RAKES, LAWN ROLLERS, CHAIN SAWS, HEDGE TRIMMERS AND LAWN EDGER5 AT WARD'S. 32B-B775. C1708-H LEN'S GREENHOUSE EAST Cuoi- Bedding out plants Only 50 cents basket, garden nnd lawn seed at reduced prices. Open every day and Sunday afternoon. LACOMBE NURSERIES COAL- dale. Phone 345-4633. Closed Sunday. Available now Evergreen trees and shrubs. All plants guaranteed. Free delivery la Lethbridtje. TREES FOR SALE BLUE SPRUCE, assorted Evergreens and Green Ash. Eight to 15 ft. tail. Our machine plants these trees for you in minules. Phone 327-6172, for appointment to see tliese choice trees. 3469-1 fij SHOP VALUE VILLAGE FOR ALL YOUR GARDEN AND LAWN NEEDS moss; fertilizer; weed spray; pest sprays; shrubs, bulbs and iuni- pers; gross seed and rose busnes A full cf Green Cross weed nnd pet conlrols. C1639-31 WIDE SELECTION OF BEDD'NG PLANTS; ALSO NURSERY STOCK AND STRAWBERRY PLANTS. vi mile east of drive IN ON COUTT5 HIGHWAY T A N A K A' S C-REENHOUSE. PHONE 1313-31 my SHOP VALUE VILLAGE FOR ALL YOUR GARDEN AND LAWN NEEDS Peal moii; Icrlilizer; weed spray; pDst shrubs, bulbs and juni- pers; tirass seed and ro.c bushes A full line of Green Cross weed and pests rols C16B9-1J INSTANT TREES many trees? We can move them. Too few trees? We can supply them. Sales and moving of larger type trees our specialty. Phone 327-6172, after 4 p m. 1.S29-J2 71 POULTRY AND STARTED HEALTHY TURKEY PUL- lels. Apply or phone 33J-3746. Lower. Turkey Farm, Fcrt Maclecd. CROSS. Will take anything 'n irade of equal value cr cash. 328-3309. 2576-27 HEAVY HENS AND ROASTING chickens Part ready. 3tc per Ib. Fresh fryers Pan ready on dozen lots. 4Dc per Ib. Custom killing. H. Dycfc, Coaldaie. 345-3224. C1B37-H WILD TURKEYS Six weeks old, 56 cacti. Limited amount this year. Apply Loewen Turkey Farm, Fort AAacleod or phone 234-3766. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES FOUR HOUSE TRAINED KITTENS to give away. Phone 327-2576. 2533-26 CANARIES FOR SALE. GUAR- anteed slnrjcrs. Orange and yellow. Phone 378-9334. 2633-27 RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-im MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE T-REQ S1EIHER CEMENT WORK, Did bflsemcnis dug- wafer proofing in- LANDSCAPING IS OUR BUSINE-ib- Lawns our specialfy. Just call Peter aI RAINBOW PAINTING AND DliCOR- i ating Wall paper, vinyl and spray- 'nn estimates. Phone 328-215J. w' 1921-tf PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE [PUBLIC NOTICES or nearest offer buys properly in Picture Buttc, no converted into other business Mat revRnue o'. iicler L nth bridge home iel car in trade. CONTACT JOE PERLICH AT TENDERS HIGHWAY GROCERY AND GAS PUMPS A good living for a husband and wife tearr fai bed- Property consists of a g gas pump plus a modern room home en o three-quarter aci let in the community of Jaffray, B-1 This Is resort area and offers I he best in hunting and fishing plus access to several pspular lakes. Business crease. ing steady annual in- ONE FEMALE BOSTON TERRIER pup. 32B-129B, after 5 p.m. 265i-29 FOUR LARGE PUPS SPAYED and shots to be given away. 1606-27 One of B-C.'s bocrrn ureas. Asking with to handle- Write: East Kootenay Realty lid. Box 844, Cranbrook, B.C. THREE CHOCOLATE POINT SI A- mese kittens for sale. Phone 345-3S53. 2460-26 GENTLE HALF GROWN PART PER- sian liyht grey and while male cat. to oiven away 1o a good home. Phcne cr 328-9549. 2696-1 GERMAN SHORTHAIR POINTER. UN- registerable. Female. I1'? years. Hunt- ing and family pet. Reasonable. Phone 223-4130, Tater- C2101-26 LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT KEN- nel Club is accepting recislraticns for otedience classes. Phone or 327-935E, evenings. 2492-27 FAIRVIEW GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY 401 43rd ST. S. FAIRVIEW SUBDIVISION, LETH. PHONE 328-1193 OPEN EVERY a.m. to 8 p.m. FOR ALL YOUR LANDSCAPING REQUIREMENTS Shade and (mil trees, evergreens, shrubs, perennials, bedding plants, etc. Cl 723-1J TOOL RENTALS POWER RAKES ROTOTILLERS CHAIN SAWS HEDGE TRIMMERS ETC. PARSONS HARDWARE HOLIDAY VILLAGE 327-7066 REGISTERED TINY TOY POODLES for sale. Silver. Can fce seen at 1208 Lakemount Blvd., evenings and week- ends. 25E6-27 WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT WORK. J. Construction, 328-3G7Q or EIGHT MONTH OLD MALE ST. BER- nard needs good home. Friendly, in- teillgent. From registered bloodlines. Rirjht price for right people. Phone 32B-9B38. "17-27 BOARDING SIZE docs. Excellent care. Please book ahead. Phone 223-B363 Tnber or wrile G. A, Addy, Box 692, Taber TOK. 2GO. 25S7-3H PUREBRED QUEENSLAND BLUE Heeler pups. Contact S. W. Jenkins, care of Jenkins Ranch, !S miles south cf Pincher Creek en highway six (1 miles off Write box 1359 Pincher Creek or phone 627.2436. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE RAYMOND CLEANERS. Building for sale also. Box 461, Ray- mond. Phone 753-3SB2. 12M-31My COMMERCIAL BUILDING IN CHOICE location In Southern Okanagon. Ro- H'rnlng excellent revenue. Write Box 70, Herald. 26W-27 MECHANICALLY INCLINED, OVER !5 years. Approximately S40 plus per week, part-time. Full-time positions available. Box 71, Herald. 2718-3 BOX NUMBERS 22, 40, U, a, 49, 55, 60, 61, 127, 129. 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (197Z) LIMITED College Mall. Phone 323-3331 The wildest facility available. We con- sider ALL TYPES cf mortgage loans. C2036-29 (1} The Willow Creek School DM- j slon No. 28 accept sealed Ineders j marked "Painiimi Ten'Jfr" noon on May for ualnting as follows: (1) Exterior painting of Alex Mac- Gregor Elementary School, Granum. (5) Exterior painting of Clares- holm Elementary School, holm All surfaces to be find two coats of paint applied. Ten- ders for labour only. Unit end sepa- rate prices accepted. Lowest or any fender not neces- sarily accepted. Tenders should be forwarded to: R. E. Congdon, Secretary-Treasurer, Willow Creek School Division No. 28, Box 69, CLARESHOLM, Alberts. TOL OTO PROVINCE OP ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SF.ALED TENDERS Will be receiv- ed by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Tuesdny, June 6th, 1972, (cr construction of tha following work: (I) Highway 2, S. of Island Lake to S. of Lawrence Lake Mile H.12 to Mile 2-1.43 Grndinr; ond Other Work Approximate Quantities: eBO.OOO Cubic txcavalien Cubic Yards of Gravel Cubic Yard Miles of Haul Contracl and may be obtained a) the office of the Chief Engineer, Highways fi'dn Al erl C) The Willow Creek School Dipl- jy-Five 23 will accepl sealed tenders j he ......u-oo ..isrked "Roof Tenders" untl noon on May 30, 1972 on the (1) To re-roof the Stavely Junior High School, Stavcly. 15-20 year built up roofing to be applied as per roof- Ing specifications. Workmanship and ir.ateriols guaranteed for 2 yeors. Metal flashing to be removed and replaced by school maintenance per- sonnel. Retaining walls to be cover- ed with 50 Ib- slate surfacu reeling- (2) Granum Junior Hiph School. Granum. To resaturate Bnd coat ap- proximately 500 square feel of roof. Lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. Tenders should be forwarded to: fAr. R. E. Congdon, Secretary-Treasurer, Willow Creek School Division No. 2E, Box 69, CLARESHOLM, Alberta. TOL OTO MSB District Engineer, 1707 S'-'h S'-t-rt N.W., v.a Alberta, and the office of the District Engl- neT, Administration Building Leth. bridge, Alberta, and will be available only to individuals and op- erating in the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations regis- tered and operoiing in and who have established a fixed place of business in the Province cf A deposit of Twenly Five Dollars pay- able la Hie Provincial Will Le required for each copy of the Con- tract and Specifications fakeni and for grading projects profiles will te sup- plied upon a further deposit of Twen- Dol'ars Each bid ipanled by fl marked cheque or bond equal to 10 per cent cf Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus, Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. M42 75 CONTRACTS WATER WELLS DRILLED. CONTACT AllPi Bros., B2, Csrdston. 2399-27 WATER WELLS DRILLED. CONTACT Allan Bros.. 653-31B2. Cardston. 2657-tfh 3J5-4630. 13W-H CUSTOM WOODWORK OFFICE furniture, remod e I I i n g tables, fences. Finest craftsmanship. Phone 328-9525. 2M7-tf GUARANTEED WORKMAN S HIP PHONE 32B-7905. 2S37-H GARAGE BUILDING. CEMENT work and stuccoing. Andarson and Sorenscn Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phnne 327-46b2. C7377-1f FREE ESTIMATES ON KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, VANITIES AND CHI- NA CABINETS. BORGE RAVEN, 327- 3219. C1S33-H REMODELLING HOUSES, SIDE- walk5, driveways, garages, cupboards end cabinets. 328-0259, after 6 p.m. 1142-tf C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Grevel leveling. Compaction equip- ment. Concrete equipment. Corral cleaning. Phone 32B-4'65. 1410 2nd Ave. S. C609-ff ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 326- 5745. C193Mf FENCES, SIDEWALKS, T I 0 S, driveways, garages, cupboards, fram- ing, finishing and form work. es- timates. Guaranteed workmanship. No lob too small. Phona 328-09B7 or 345. 3493. 137a-U PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT ed tenders will be received by the undersigned, up to p.m. Edmonton time on Monday, June 12th, 1972 at the Water Resources Office located on the 5th floor of the Milner Building, lOOifr 10J Street, Edmonton, Alberta, fcr the construction of the Coal Lake Dam. The structure site Is located on Pipe- stone Creek In thi northeest quarter of Section 26 and the northwest quarter of Section 25, Township 46, Range 23, west of the Fourth Meridian. It is ap- proximately 2500' downstream of Coal Lake and approximately 8 miles east of the City of Wetaskiwin along High- way 13. The main Items of work ore as follows: 1. The excavation of approximately cubic yards cf stripping, bor- row and channel materials. 2 The compaction of approximately cubic yards of Impervious em- bankment material. 3. The supply and placement of approx- imately 900 cubic yards of reinforc- ed concrete. Plans and specifications may be ob- tained from the Water Resources Divi- sion, floor of the Milner Building, 10340-104 Street, Edmonton, on deposit of 525.00 by cash or certified cheque made payable to the Provincial Trea- surer of the Province of Alberta. Tenderers may submit bids on "Alter- native A" or "Alternative B" or on both "Alternative A and Alternative Each lender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond equal to 10 per cent of the tender, made payable to the Provincial Treasurer, an undertaking on the part of the pro- posed surety and such other forms as specified In the tender documents. Ten- ders will be opened in public. The lew- est or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. R. E. Bailey, Director, Water Resource! Division. Berlin Wall sealed again BERLIN CAP) East Ger- man authorities closed the Ber- lin Wall just after midnight Wednesday night, ending the second eight-clay period this year of visits by West Berliners to East Germany. An estimated or more West Berliners went into East Berlin and East Germany over the Pentecost period. About half a million went at Easter. The special visiting periods were granted by the East Ger- mans in advance of implemen- tation of the Big Four agree- ment calling for permanent vis- iting rights behind the wall for West Berliners. The accord grants West Berliners a total of 30 raiting days a year in Eact Berlin and East Germany. CITY OF IETHBRIDGE TENDERS CONSTRUCTION OF CONCRETE SIDEWALKS, CURBS AND GUTTERS RENEWAL CONTRACT Sealed tenders clearly marked on the envelop? BS to will be re- ceived ct the Office of the Purchasing Agent, City Stores SDQ 5th Street North, Lfthbridge, Alberln until I'M p.m., M.D.S.T. June 12, 1972 for the removal of approximately lineal feet of curb and gutter and square of sidewalk nnd for the construction of approximately lineal feel of concrete and gut. ters and square feet of concrete sidewalk. Plans and Specificalions may bp ob- tained at the Office of the Purchasing Agent upon a deposit of One Hundred Dollar Certified Cheque which be refunded on the return ol the documents in tiocd condition within fourteen (1J) days after the official opening ct tenders. Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond payable to the City Treasurer, City cf LetJi- bridge, for a sum not less 5 per cent of the tendered price nnd a Con. sent of Surety Form for the Perform- ance Guarantee Bond described in the Specifications. A bend in the amount of SO per cent of the total tender sum will be re- QUlred ff the successful tenderer for the faithful performance of the con- Iract. The' lowest or any tender not neces- eorily accepted. V.'. PONECH PURCHASING AGENT Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS MI.SSON Infant son of Bill nnd Kathy NiLsson of Grande Prairie, passed away in Grande Prairie on Tuesday, May 23, 1972. He was the grandchild of Jack and Pearl NiLsson of Ray- mond. Graveside services will be held in the Temple Hill Cemetery in Raymond on Sat- urday, May 27th at 11 a.m.. with Elder Allan Jensen of the Second Ward Bishopric officiat- ing. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. are in [Charge of the Service. C2101 WALLACE Passed away in Medicine Hal on Tuesday. May 23, 1972. Mr. John Neil Wallace at the age years of 453 7th Street South East, Med- icine Hat, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Etta Wallace. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, at p.m. in Jkr- lin Bros. T R A D I T I 0 N A L i CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. South, I DEATHS onn Javona, passed away in Fort Macleod on Friday, May 2Cth, 1972, at the age ol 62 years, beloved wife of the late Mr. Clarence Orr of Fort Ma- cleod. Funeral arrangement's will be announced when com- pleted. CHRISTENSEN SALM- ION FUNERAL HOME LTD. are in Charge of C2160 i STADUON Passed away m i Coaldaie on Thursday, May 25, i 1972. Mr. Joseph (Bert) Staddon ol the age of 61 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Rose Staddon of Coaldaie. Funeral arrange ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN EROS' LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C21H CARDS OF THANKS SIMPSONS-SEARS 10-Speed LIGHTWEIGHT Light Frame Slim Tires and 10 Easy, Breezy Gears CHARGE IT ON YOUR All PURPOSE ACCOUNT. The gears arc the big deal on this bike Deraillcur 10 speed gears that moke it a breeze to get going and a snap to keep rolling. Double safe ccnire-pull hand brakes. Taped handle bars; rear spoke protector; chrome-plated chain and comes in a flashy lilver bronzs color. QUALITY COSTS NO MOKE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to. p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231. Higher profits for TD bank TORONTO fCP) Toronto j Dominion Bank reports pre-tax profits of million for the six months ended April 30 com- pared with million for the same period a year earlier Profit after taxes for the six- month period was S20.76 million or SI.38 a share this year com- pared with million or a share last year. Revenue totalled mil- lion during the first two quart- ers of tlie current fiscal year against million a year earlier. The bank's assets totalled bililon at April 30, up 17 per cent from a year earlier. i follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. i LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. LITCHFIELD Milson Ray of Raymond, passed away in Lethbridge on Wednesday, May 24th, 3972, at (he Ege of 84 years. Funeral services will be 27 at 2 p.m., wit! Dwayne Hall officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service, in the Relief Soci- ety Room of the church. CHRICTENSEN SALMON FU- NERL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2159 the nurses and staff on Surgical No. two at St. Michael's Hospi- tal: also to all those who sent gifts, cards and the many vis- itors who visited me during my stay in the hospital. Frances Burr 2719 I KUTNY We would like to j express our suicere thanks to i our friends and neighbors for husband and our dear father. [elen Kutny and family 2658 MORE DEATHS ON PAGE 24 SIMPSONS-SEARS SATURDAY SPECIALS BEDDING OUT PLANTS baskets Choose your favorite flowers now for o beautiful summer garden. There is a great variety of types and colors. (While quantities lost) Foaming Bath Oil Reg. 32 oz. Simpsons Brand bath oil is very soothing and has fragrant softening ingredients. Leave? no bath tub ring. Beauty and Health Marine Treasure Soap Reg. Box of 3 beautifying hard milled soapi for everyday cleansing care. Beauty and Health F.D.S. Feminine Spray Reg. 1 The ultimate In intimals deodorants lor women. Use every Hay for o con- fident, fresh feeling. Bmufy and Health Home Barber Set Reg. 23 piece set by Konmorc lets you get fho style you wont wilhout spending unnecessary time ond money. Boauty and Health Wet Look Hassocks Reg. Non-rigid design vinyl hassock fits into any casual living decor. Available in Red, While or Black. Drapery Department Teak Furniture Throws Reg. 9.98 Reg. 9.99 Reg. 13.99 Laminated backs to prevent slipping. Drapery Department Sure Flyte Golf Balls Tough vulcanized cover cuts down on frustrating splitting. Sporting Goodi Jelinek Badminton Racket Reg Good quolity badminton racket will last a long limo. Sporting Goods Jelfnek Shuttlecocks Reg. Good quality. Sporting Goods and ladies' Watches Men's Automatic Tradition Doy-da1o features. Yellow cosing. Black Mrap. 00 OQ Reg. J7.77 Men's 21 Jewel M-ndaine Doy.dole features. Blue Oy QQ (oce. Reg. Af .T7 Men's Automatic Mondame Bate feature. 25 jewels. "iA QQ Reg. O1.77 Men's Automatic Mondaine Dolo fcoluro. 25 lowels. 04 00 Reg. J Nurses' Automatic Tradition Date feature. Chrome casing. Aft QQ Black strop. Reg. Nurses' Automatic Tradition Datr> if-oture. Yellow casing. QA QQ Black strap. Reg. Ot.77 Ladies' 17 Jewel Tradition Yellow cosing and bracelet. 07 QO Reg. 77 ladies' Mondaino Red or Nuc face with match- 1 Q QQ inq Ump'. 17.77 ;