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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30-THi LETHBRIDQE May 84 6MKNIM Lawn aerating and garden rototllling Mike Bobak phone 327-1777.1499-t New lawns put in and odd jobs done Phone 327-6143. 1812-31 General spring cleanup''and also landscaping and rock gardens. Reasonable rates. Phone 327-3606 712-lf McLean's Tree Surgery F'ee esj timates. trimming and Call 328-2094. 327- 1323 7030-tf Rototilling with large yellow rototiller Phone 327-8237. 2216-tl One year old Cotoneaster six to eight ins. high. Phone 345- 3958 2538-29 Heavy duty rototilling. Reasonable rates. Phone after 5 p m. 506-tt- 85 raULTHYAMSUmiES Young fryers and roasters. Freshly killed Pan ready per Ib. on dozen lots 65c or less. Free delivery. Also custom work Hellmuth Coaldale Phone 345-3224. C8979-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Dog to be given away. One year old large Irish cross. Friendly disposition. Make good farm pet. Has all shots. Phone 327- 9739. 2539-31 Two black male to be given away Two years old. Very completely house trained Phone 328-8926. after 4'30 p m 2525-30 Needed immediately Purebred Siamese Sealpoint stud. Phone collect. 234-2248. Fort Macleod. 2587-30 Blue Tick and black and tan cross bred pups. S50 each. Phone 627- Vince Bruder. Pincher CreeK. 2588-4 To give awav to good home Black neutered male Persian cat Fully trained Phone 328-9897. 2589-30 Two kittens to be given away Phone 329-4647 after 6 p.m. 429 18th St N 2590-3C Movmq must qive awav Three month Husky-Shepherd male pup. Good temperment. outdoor dog. Phone 327-8909. 2524-31 For sale Registered American Eskimo Spitz puppies. Eight weeks old Phone 327-9448 or write Box 67. Kipp. Alberta. 2449-3. Registered German Shepherd pups. Sire Double champion. Phone after 7pm. Fort Macleod. Ask for Rueben 2495-25J IN FETSAMSUmiES for sale Sealpolnt Siamese kitten. 327-8646. 2422-30 Bluepoint Siamese kittens for sale. One one female. Phone 328 after 5 p.m. 2493-31h For sale Registered male Irish years old. To give away white male kitten. PTione 328- 6123. 2494-30 Ten month old Great Dane for sale. Phone 329-3517. 2450-30 For sale Black five years old. Phone 328-0068. 2448-30 For sale Pomeranian male purebred. Phone Fort Macleod. 2189-30 St. Bernard pups for sale. Phone 738- 4368. Iron Springs. No Sunday calls. 1532-4 Boarding Southalta Kennels offers individual care in modern facilities. Barnwell 223-4130. C8045-1I Good Samoyed puppies show quality S100. Phone 223-2763. Taber. 2304-tl Dachshund miniature smooth. Champion sire. Phone 653- Cardston. 2075-31 Tortoise shell kittens and one black to be given away to good homes. Phone 328-9549. C8990-3 Five little puppies to give away. Phone Picture Butte 2420-3 Wanted good home for two purebred Cairn Terriers One five years old. one spayed female five years old. 562-2689 Blairmore or Coleman. 2585-29 Male apricot standard Poodle puppies Bibelot breeding. 1-467-2361. 2423-3 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ASTRO REALTY LTD. AND INSURANCE Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 Going concern trucking excellent trucks and can only be viewed on weekends as trucks going all week. Books open to serious buyers only. Exclusive CALL AN ASTRO REALTOR Small grocery-confectionery with live-In quarters. Located on corner lot In Creston Valley. Address all inquiries to P.O. Box B.C. 2424-tf Well established dealership presently for sale. Small Investment. Very suitable for person with direct sales experience. For information call 328- 0795 or 329-4375. C8671-29 ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES LTD. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL COAST TO COAST REAL ESTATE SERVICE PHONE 328-8184 Multiple Listing Service DRIVE-IN DAIRY BAR AND RESTAURANT On main street of Raymond- A and going operation suitable for a family Reasonably priced and ready for new owner and summer business. Contact Mel Depew through Art Williams Agencies or at Raymond 752-3056 BLAIRMORE GREENHOUSES Five greenhouse buildings under glass as one unit. Additional room for expansion. Excellent steam heating plant good cooler room office and flower preparation room storage shed and garage. The owner's well kept three bedroom home adjoining the greenhouses is ncluded in the asking price of S42.000. This is a well established business serving the Crowsnest Pass district for many years. Would make an excellent family enterprise. M.L.S. For complete details contact Art Williams Agencies Centre Village Mall. phone 328- 8184. C9003-tf 90CONTMCTI LARGE THRIVING DAIRY BAR AND TRAILER COURT Located on main with gooc tourist traffic. Showing excellen returns. down with balance over 15 with low Interest rate immediate possession. Now Is the time to buy. Age and poor health reasons for selling. Exclusive. LARGE WELDING AND MANUFACTURING SHOP In thriving farming and industria .southern Alberta town. Working area 'of 60 mile radius. Good line ol equipment. M.L.S. Contact Oliver Handley Real Estate Box Coaldale Phone 345-3534 L. S. Handley............345-4587 Roger Handley...........345-3039 Fred Burton .............328-8618 C8286-tfh 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. C5216-K SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. ollege phone Residential. Commercial and city or town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages C8964-1 MORTGAGES All types ol mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and Old riomes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South. 328-3251. C7769-tf 90 CONTRACTS BOBCAT WORK Will dig out sidewalks. Back filling. Leveling. Clean up. after 5 p.m. 1145-tf Fences built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete Jim 328- 3983. 7799-tf Garage cement work and istuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson jConstruction. 1020 7th Ave S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-H 'Qualified Custom Painters concrete houses etc. Phone Raymond. 9507-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES 328-5745. Contractor all lay stone cement in house small jobs accepted. 329- 4678. 1057-tf freti Slelner cement old .basements water proofing In sured. Phone 327-8288. 462-tt 'Custom Cribbing and Iran-Ting Chinook Construction. 328- 4707. Economy painting and decorating Very very reasonable. noon or evenings 328-4570 5542-t house ncl repairs- Ben 17-tl BOX NUMBER REPLIES 56 PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS Sealed Tenders will be received by the Secretary until June 15. 1974 for the purchase of teacherage No. 3 Situated on Lot 4 Block 28 52J. Highest or lowest bid not necessarily accepted. Mrs. E. L. Christensen Secretary Treasurer Phone 756-3426 Stirling. Alta. C126 TENDERS GREENACRES ANIMAL HOSPITAL Sealed tenders will be received by the Architects until THURSDAY. JUNE for the construction of a VETERINARY ENTRE in the County of Alberta. Seneral Contractors may obtain 'lans and specifications from the Architects upon a deposit of Si refundable providing that all documents are returned unmarked and m good condition not later than clays after the closing of tenders. 5ub-Contractors may examine Plans and Specifications at the Lethbridge and Calgary Construction Association and bids shall be submitted in accordance with the ules and regulations of the Alberta 3id through the Lelhbridge Branch. Contractors shall enclose with their tenders either a bid bond ssued by a recognized Surety Company or a Certified Cheque in the amount of not less than of the otal tender price. lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted LURIE NEUFELD. Architects Engineers. 309 Sixth Street South. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. C128 Bigger Values Better Food FROM FARM TO YOU California Choice Valencia 72's California Choice Lemons fis 165's.............. California Canada No. 1 Cauliflower Each California Canada No. 1 Celery 9 ah Medium Canada N Onions 9 QQ Lb. Bag V Lbs. For Medium Canada No. 1 C THERE'S MORE TO EAT IN OUR Round Steak Canada Grade A Beef mmt 49 Full Cut. Lb Rump Roast Canada Grade A Beef 49 Lb. Boston Butt Roast Boneless. Lb.'. 79 Burns B.B.Q. Bulk Wieners Lb.............. Burnshire Bacon 1 Lb. Package Burns Coarse Coil Garlic Lb.............. Tastse Cut Up Chicken Tray Pack. Lb. 75' 89' 79' 59' Orange Crystals Rise N Shine Oz. NetWt. Pkgs. Flour Five Roses 2 Lb. Bonus Lb. Bag Sunlight Detergent Prices Effective May 1974 Laundry 42 Oz. Net Wt. Peanut Butter Kraft V 3Lb. NetWt. Tin DAIRY COUNTER PARKAY SOFT CORN OIL MARGARINE 1 Lb. Net Wt............ 69 KRAFT CANADIAN SLICES CHEESE 2 Lb. Ntt Wt............. FROZEN FOODS HIGH LINER BOSTON BLUE FISH Golden Batter 14 oz. Wt. FRASERVALE STRAWBERRIES 150z. NttWt............... Brentwood Halves 14 Fl. Oz. Tins.'___ PEARS TEA BAGS KOOL-AID FOIL WRAP Nabisco Baking Chips 3i Dl CAPU French Maid DLtAun 180ROZ Blue Ribbon 100 Pk. Cello Pre-sweetened 4 NetWt...... DQO TIQQIIF Deisey Bathroom Alcan SHREDDED WHEAT. Spoon Size. 18 Oz. NetWt 4 Roll Pkg. IRISH SPRING RAIN BARREL 49' FLAKED TUNA Bath Bar Bath Size Fabric S139 Softener 64 fl. oz. Clover Leaf 5.5 Fl. Oz. Chipits B'scotch or Semi Sweet 12 oz. net wt. Netwt 99' GREEN BEANS York Cut 14 Fl. Oz.Tins Relishes Bicks 3 Varieties 12FI. Or. Jars... 9'7QC IllinC SunrypeGrapefruit fclf 9 tlUluC Unswt.10Fl.Oz. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Support Your Local Independent Grocer MIHALIK'S 642-13th Street North Phont 328-5742 FREE City delivery on large orders. Store Wednesday A Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 Thurs. A Frl. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Finest Quality Meats Cut To Your Requirements In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS i HAWLEY Loralee passed away suddenly May at age 32 beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verl A. Hall of San formerly of Lethbridge and Taber. Survived by her husband Steven and three children. 2591 MOSER May Mrs. Isabella aged 80 widow of the late Edward Moser. Mrs. Moser is survived by two Mrs. Alex Calgary and Mrs. Jack two and 16 three great- grandchildren a brother Archie Calgary. She was predeceased by her husband in a son Donald in 1961 and a brother. Born in Scotland she came to Canada in 1913 to where she resided until to the Claresholm district in 1918 and farmed with her husband northeast of the town until moving to Claresholm in 1935 and has resided in Claresholm since. She was a charter member of the Rebekah Lodge and Sunshine Club. Services at LEYDEN'S of Friday with Rev. E. Sinclair Riekie officiating. Cremation. If desired donations may be made to the Claresholm United Church Organ Fund. CS038 PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS ROOFING PAINTING Tenders will be received by the 'undersigned at the Divisional i47 6th Street S.E.. Medicine up to 5 June for roofing repairs and painting of school buildings as indicated 1. New Hilda School roofing repairs to the auditorium and the new painting of the complete exterior and the roof of the original 2. Schuler School roofing repairs to the the original wing and the hallways connected to the 3. Irvine School roofing repairs to the original the first addition immediately south ot the original school and the former Cypress View 4. Jenner School painting of the complete including all stucco and 5. Lebenan School painting of the complete exterior and roof both wings. For roofing all necessary repairs are to be including the scraping and removal of existing repaying existing roof membrane and priming application to make roof worthy for new new 3-ply application over existing and repaired including pour coat and and new 26-gauge flashing replacement. For painting all existing painted surfaces are to be covered and are to be patched and where prior to painting. Benjamin Moore first-grade oil or is to be used and is to be specified. Bids should show one-coat and two-coat prices. Projects are to be completed as soon as possible and a bid bond for of the amount of the bid is to be enclosed. Bids may be submitted on each or all of the projects and the lowest or any tender may not necessarily be accpeted. A. T. Secretary-Treasurer. Medicine Hat School Division No. 4. C123 DEATHS SHEPPARD Pete dearly loved infan son of Dr. and Mrs. Davi Sheppard of Milk River passed away suddenly o May 1974 at th age of four months and days. A family witt Rev. C. Vickerson officiating was held in Milk River today May 1974 a p.m. Lord giveth and The Lord taketh away blessed be the Name of Th Job CHRISTENSEN-SALMON FUN'ERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Service PATERSON-Passed awav in the city on May 27 1974 following a lengthy ill Mrs. Anne Isabel Paterson at the age of 73 of 712 llth St. S. beloved wife of the late Mr Gilbert C. Paterson. The funeral service will be held a p.m. on May 1974 in Southminster United with Rev Kenneth Morris officiating assisted by Dr. Nelson Mercer. Interment will follow in the Family Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C9041 SUPINA John of 120 5th St. Lethbridge passed away on May 1974 at the age of 70 years. Mr. Supina was born and educated in Lethbridge and had resided here for mosl of his life. He is survived by one Mrs. Ann Hanisko of Las and three and Nick of Lethbridge. He was predeceased by two and Steve of Lethbridge. Prayers will be held in the CHRISTENSEN CHAPEL on Wednesday May 29th at p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church on May 1974 at by Father J. A. Carroll. The family would appreciate donations to the Canadian Cancer 409 Canada Trust Lethbridge. Interment in St. Patrick's Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN- SALMON Funeral Directors of Funeral Service. C9039 GOVERNMENT QF Ai.gERTA TENDERS WANTED FOR SITE DEVELOPMENT AND UTILTIES. ALBERTA HORTICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTRE. ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to the Contracts Branch Alberta Public Works lor Site Development and Alberta Horticultural Research Alberta will be received up to 2 o'clock P.M. Thursday. June 1974. at Contracts 16th College 8215 112 Edmonton. Alberta. T6Q 5A9. and tender forms may be obtained on to the Contracts Branch Alberta Public 16th College 8215- 112 and will be available to 'Contractors on deposit of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS which will be refunded when plans and specifications are returned to Alberta Public Works complete and in good order not later than fourteen days after closing date of otherwise the oeposn shall be forfeit. Plans and specifications have been placed with Construction Associations in Calgary. Red Medicine Hat and Lethbridge. Each tender must be accompanied by certified cheque or bid bond in the amount of a certified cheque or bid bond for an amount of not less than of tender 'price. Certified cheques are io be made payable to the Provincial Treasurer. The attention of tenderers is drawn to the Works Page Clause 9. which refers to Forfeiture of Security. The successful tender will be required tp provide a certified cheque or negotiable or properly- assigned Government of Canada Or Alberta Provincial Government Bonds for Ten Per Cent of the contract or a Performance Bond. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. Tenders will be opened In public in the Alberta Public Works Conference Room. 16th Floor. College Edmonton. W. A. B. P. ENG. DEPUTY MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS C115 MCDONALD Passed away suddenly in Picture Butte on May Mr. Lome McDonald at the age of 62 beloved husband of Mrs. Lettie McDonald of 174114th Ave. S. Born in raised and educated in the Iron Springs the late Mr. McDonald has resided in Lethbridge for the past six years and operated an oil agency in Iron Springs until his passing. He was a Past Master of Sharon Lodge No. 54 in Picture a member of Scottish Rites Order and Sentinel Order of Eastern Star. Besides his loving wife .he is survived by one Mr Douglas McDonald o three Mrs. J. Neill of Mrs. M. L Larson of Pincher Miss Jacquelyn McDonald of Vancouver four one Mrs. A. B. Douglas of B.C. He was predeceased by one sister and one brother. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on May 1974 in Southminster United with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Intermenl will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS Directors of Funeral Service. C9042 IN MEMORIAM GERHAN In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather. who passed away May 1973. remembered by Elaine and Joel 2526 CARDS OF THANKS OSTLER A special thanks to the nurses and staff of First Main of St. Michael's Hospital for the care while I was also to my neighbors and friends for the nice cards and flowers and the many other ways by which they helped me. Ostler 2426 ANDERSON The family of the late Margaret Anderson would like to express their sincere thanks to all who in any way made their recent bereavement easier trrbear. Tom and Ouida McAdam and family Roger and Dixie McAdam and family Bill and Maureen Matson and family Tim and Sandra Bradley and family 2427 More floods in-Quebec By THE CANADIAN PRESS As parts of Quebec province grappled with the job of clear- .ng debris left by the worst iloods in the province's recent more flooding was re- ported Tuesday in immunities 'along the St. Vlaurice River. Civil protection officials said about 550 homes had been looded in La St. Jean iaptiste de Pointe du and about 75 miles north east of Montreal. DEATHS By The CANADIAN PRESS Budapest Zoltan member 01 me lungarian Communist party and central ommittee secretary for nternational of St. Fer- a verteran auto ace of injuries ustained when hit by a race ar Saturday. 3 DIE IN CLASH Mexico Three persons were killed nd a policeman injured uesday when the police opened fire on nearly 100 youths who smashed store windows and set fire to a police said Wednesday. Of- ficials said those killed were two members of the terrorist 23rd of September Communist League and a bystander. A Sweater CARD OF THANKS POSTER I wish to express sincere thanks to doctors and all staff of St. .Michael's also relatives and friends who came to visit and all who sent flowers and cards- during my recent illness. Joan Foster 2425 Team this shawl-collared jacket with skirts. Hop into the car or go For a walk in the country in this great jacket. Crochet of worsted irj rib-stitch design Crochet too. Pattern sizes 8-16 incl. 75 cents each pattern cheque or money order. Add each pattern first-class mail and special landling to Alice Needlwraft. The Lethbridge 60 Progress Scarborough. Ont. MIT 4P7. Print plainly Pattern Address. 150 mosl popular designs in our 974 Needlecrift All .1 free designs inside. Send ;