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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta A.C.N.A.A. Hwdlnq hoapttal. Salary isa. according to PIMM to rwMt Tatar. Alo JMft. Mi CNSS-1 Hegletered required for 100 bad nursing Previous ax- partonoa In Tong-term care and ad- v ill WltJ ministration an Pteaae direct applications to Mrs J. 0. Director of Edith Cavell Nursing 1255 5th Ave. Lethbridge.____________C30S4-6 71 School District No. 51 will require a teacher of Social Studies 10 for the period beginning January 7th and ending June 1974. Apply giving full Including references Director of Personnel 433 15th Street South Alberta Those persons who have already flu sd should contact the above office indicating that they wish to be considered for this __ _ ______ _ C 301 9-3 72 UCEKSEO KMOEMMrTENS Cradle Koop Day Care Centre. six weeks to six years. Baby Centre 328-2609. _ C465B-H 73 EPUCATHHtttSHnnCES DRAFTING. Home-study Diploma. Bourse. Free folder. Primary Drafting Box Station Ont. 2673-2SN 76 SEWING SERVICES Dressmaking and repairs. Phone 329-3237. 1 792-1 3N 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT _ Required Immediately Bass player or versatile rock group. Phone Fort Macleod. 2649-13 CHRISTMAS PARTY Enjoyable variety. Call 327-5888. 2122-2 EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE DANCE GROUPS. WAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS ETC. PHONE 328- 4951 -tf 78 LOST ANP FOUND Blsck German emale. Diamond City-Shaugnnessy Notched ear. Reward. Phone J27-9811. _ X3359-3 female cat. White with markings. 329-3092 before 8 after 6 p.m. ___ .ost four month old pale orange Tiale kitten. Vicinity of Senator Buchanan and St. Basil's. Children's pet Reward. Phone 328-3696 2775-3 OST IN CENTRE VILLAGE MALL OCTOBER 26 PAIR OF .ADIES PURPLE GLOVES. PHONE J27-7064. _ X3361-1 ost Ladles' bl-focal glasses In Ight brown case. Phone 327-6646. Reward C3046-5 Lost two cows. Brand on right shoulder. Reward. Phone collect. 2534-5 iLost Red white-faced yearling heifer branded right ribs. Phone Mariand llron Springs. 2496-9 79 PERSONAL___________________ ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. phone 327-8049 or after 7.30 p ABOUT HUMAN EIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES IN JUR For information ind help contact Lethbridge Mberta Human Rights and Civil Jberties Association. Phone 328- J856 1994-16N NOTICE RIDING AT THE Mr. Donald known as Don last Known address U.S.A or anyone knowing his please contact Box Df this newspaper on a matter of urgent personal concern. 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS Kirby vacuum Sales And Service Kirby Company of Lethbridge 328- 3962.___________________C3751-H Filter Queen new and used. Repair all makes. 317 8th St. S. Phone 327- 5384. C2676-H Southern Stamp and Sten- corporate etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-5114. C6924-H Maytag Sales aniTServTce. Services on all makes of washers and dryers automatic or conventional. Also al. small lawn vacuum etc No Job too large or too small LETHBRIDGE 905 3RD Ave. S 327-4456 C7353-II M6AHOEMIMC Will haul garbage with half ton. Phone 327-8237.________________1626-tf Heavy duty mowing high weeds and landscaping. Satisfaction guaranteed. 327- 1227. 964S-6NOV. Trees pruned or trees removed by qualified horticulturists. Satisfaction guaranteed. Free estimates. Phone 328-7672. 2650-10 McLean's Tree Surgery Free estimates. trimming and felling. Call 327- 1323. 7030-tl Trees and hedges trimmed by licens- ed trimmer. Unwanted trees removed. Prompt service at reasonable rates. Special discount for orde-s taken now to be done In December. Pnorte 327-2641.C2927-tf NOW IS THE TIME For fall planting. have on hand a good supply of EVERGREEN SHADE TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBfi NURSERIES ALTA. 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS C2475-tf H PtULTHYAIimifPllES Fryers alto custom work. H. A 4 mA Alghwi or MI. Ctwnplefi SttfcttS-ttOt Mm Show ptdlgrM. -rom toyMrrMroMhiMhMoroMdog. 427-9164. 8 PupplM tor Mto. M MM M1217 7th 8. _ 2600-1 sBliek pup. 2733-3 black LiDfidor 3274377. 809 7th St. N. _ _ 2706-3 Qwmtrt thorttwlr. yttr tomato. Phorw 349- 4163 Of 346-3SM. _ 2M7-8 Wanted mato Qarman Shepherd dog. from two to.ilx old. 32S-OM4.26S1-3 German Shorthalr pointer four months old. Registered. Show cham- pion parents. Ready to start training. 327-8067. 2419-3 PUPPIES Chihuahua Collie Dachshund 563-3340. Coiwrwn. 2732-1 Purebred St. Bernard pup 11 months old. For show or breeding. Good with children. Phone 752- Raymond. 2674-6 St. Bernard puppies. Registered. up. Sire champion Agapes Leslie 39 Sandpiper Sherwood Park. Phone 467-2098. 2687-5 M IIUHIESS OPfOHTimiTIES Beverage company In Calgary re- quires distributors In Lethbridge. 000 Investment for equipment and in- ventory. Write Box Herald.2776-5 Offers accepted. Established restaurant located downtown. Also over 3.000 sq. ft. retail space for sale or lease. Apply in person 508 3rd Ave. S. C2517-5N GOING CONCERN Owner's retiring after 27 years In this thriving gift shop business located on Main Bow Island. Includes etc. for 'only full price. M.L.S. SUBWAY REALTY PHONE 329-4222 02143-tf ROYAL TRUST 323 7 ST. S. Phone 328-7761 Multiple Listing Service BEAUTY PARLOURS Two businesses one located In and one in Coleman to be sold separately or as one complete unit. Full line of equipment included Both draw clientele from several small towns in the area. These businesses are both in operation at the present with steady customers Call JACK WYATT at 328-2432 M.L.S TRUCKING BUSINESS Two late model tandem trucks cat- tle and grain hauls. Doing a very ac- tive business. Late model 12x60 trailer on large lot included. Books available to interested party. Call WES CUTFORTH at 327-8857. EXCLUSIVE ASTRO REALTY LTD. Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 Exclusive agents for KRAHN HOMES Thriving 15 unit apartment in very good condition throughout. Half of these units are fully furnished. Shows very good return. Five years old and priced below replacement cost. Exclusive Call an Astro Realtor Close to downtown. Six bungalows facing a coutyard. Call today to see this one today and give us an offer. Exclusive Call an Astro Realtor Thriving trucking business for complete with six trucks and trailers. Hauling etc. Owner selling due to health reasons. Exclusive. Call an Astro Realtor MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Don Carroll ............327-4194 Alice Hahn ............327-3708 Verna Courts ............327-6697 Tom Seines .............329-4600 Dick Johnson...........327-0339 Elwood Sherman.......328-2685 C2951-H MLOMS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS S MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. S.-328-S548 __________C5216-H SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. College phone Residential. Commercial properties. Farms and city or town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C3017-3 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing. In small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South. 328-3251._________C7769-tf 90 CONTIIACTS______________ Bobcat work done. Phone 327- Economy painting and decorating. Very very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 388-4570. -5542-tt Painters. Qualified work guaranteed. Free estimates. Phone 328-6911. 7169-tt bum. Miscellaneous building. Concrete etc. Hauling Jim 328-3883. 2480A-H 'oarage cement work stuccoing. Anderson and Sofonson 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-Mtg.______________C7377-tf Fred Stetner cement old dug. water proomng. in- Pnone327- eaee ____________CSMI-B ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 32S-874B. CIKS-tf C A J Equipment Good good good service. Back concrete drilled. tar clean-up.______ Deaths. In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS GRAHAM Pawed away in the city on Oc- tober following a lengthy Mrs. Eleanor Graham at the age of 85 years of beloved wife of Mr. William Graham. Born and raised in the late Mrs. Graham came to Canada in 1912 to Coleman where she was married. She moved to Hillcrest in 1914 and to Coaldale in 1922. In 1964 she came to the Devon Nursing Lethbridge where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by one Alan Graham of Coaldale and four grandchildren. She was predeceased by one son Robert in 1972 and one sister Kathleen in 1928. The funeral service will be held on Friday at 11 a.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3 Avenue with Mr. William Calderwood officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Flowers are gratefully declined. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral Service. C3107 KOVACS Passed away in the city on Oc- tober following a lengthy Mr. Louis Kovacs at the age of 66 beloved husband of Mrs. Irene Kovacs of 151618th Avenue S. Born and raised in the late Mr. Kovacs came to Canada to Stirling in 1929 where he farmed until 1963. At that time he retired and mov- ed to Lethbridge where he has resided until his passing. He was a member of the Hungarian Old timers' Club. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one Mrs. 0. Anderson of four one Mrs. L. Nagy of one Mr. Leslie Repka in Czechoslovakia and two nephews. Prayers will be said on Friday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3 Avenue S. The funeral service will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. in St. Andrew's Presbyterian with Rev. George Teles officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View MARTIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral Service. C3108 CARD OF THANKS BALDERSON I would like to thank the nurses and staff of the Mun- cipal Hospital for their special care given me while a patient there. Also many thanks to my relatives and friends for their cards and flowers. Balderson 2778 PUBLIC NOTICES IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of ANNIE late Of the City of Lethbridge. in the Province of Alber- who died on the 12th day of March. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the un- dersigned Solicitor by the 3rd day of a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. F. M. Q.C. 202 Professional 740 4th Ave. Lethbrldge.'Aiberta Solicitor for the Executor oao ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDERS FOR GRAVEL HAULING Tenders will be received by the un- derslgnad until I2o'clock noon on November 7.1973 for the loading and hauling of approximately cubic yards of course gravel to various parts of the main canal In the Grassy Lake -area.and approximately cubic yards of coarse gravel to various parts in the main canal in the Bow island area. Further information may be obtain- ed from the Bow Island Office. Tenders to be submitted on a per cubic yard basis. Minimum dally delivery 600 yards. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Completion date December 1973. St. Mary River Irrigation District Bow Alberta 093 IN MEMORIAM GREENO In loving .memory of a dear dad and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. who passed away on November 1950 and November 1987. Somewhere beyond the sunset Where. 'loveliness never dies. They dwell in a beautiful garden 'math the blue and gold of the skies. We who have known and lov- ed them Whose parting brought great pain Will treasure their memory forever. Until we meet again remembered and sadly missed by their 'Henry and Mildred nay JUKJ Nople Gilchrist and families 2734 CARDS OF THANKS MAKER I wish to thank my and staff of the Intensive Care Unit and First East Wing of St. Michael's Hospital for all their care while a patient there. Thank-you also to friends for and visits. Marek 2779 HORTON I would like to express my sincere thanks to the staff at Auxiliary and Lethbridge Municipal Hospitals for care and atten- tion given me during my hospitalization for the past year. Special thanks to my doctor and many thanks to all those who visited and brought gifts. Gordon Horton 2780 MORELAND The family of the late Mrs. Dora Moreland wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to the many dear friends and relatives who sent floral and memoriams to the home and Cancer Funds. Also to the -Shrine Ladies' Aux- iliary for the lovely lunch served to family and friends following the service. We are so grateful for the kindnesses shown by the special few who kept in close touch over the past few years. Thank you to the staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and her doctor. Your Kindness will always be remembered. Moreland and Mackenzie families. 2777 Art display opens Friday The 4th annual exhibition of drawings and prints by Lethbridge artist Brent R. Laycock will be unveiled at the Art Studio on Fifth 710 5th Ave. Fri- day at p.m. Mr. who is study- ing for his masters degree of fine arts at Brigham Young will welcome the public to the scheduled for the month of November. After the official opening the exhibition will be on display from a.m. to p.m. Monday to Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Satur- days. Tax break ROME The Italian government announced an amnesty for all citizens ac- cused of tax offences and un- veiled a plan for the settle- ment of an estimated 3.5 million outstanding tax claims. The decree is intended to clear the way for sweeping reforms in Italy's antiquated tax system. SHIPPING BEWARE The. largest iceberg on record is an Antarctic tabular berg more than 200 miles long and 60 miles wide. It covers square miles. Oct. 31. WHERE THE NEW IDEAS ARE Lethbridge Herald Yukon growth hinges on railway extension MICHAEL CAINE'S NEW ROLE as a proud father is for real. The British actor and his met the press in London with their Natasha born July 15. Pension scheme bill introduced OTTAWA A bill to allow Canada Pension Plan payments to increase with an- nual rises in the cost of living was introduced in the Com- mons Welfare Minister Marc Lalonde. Bill C-224 would remove the two-per-cent limit now impos- ed on annual pension in- basing increases on the Consumer Price Index. It also contains a catch-up clause which will make cost- of living adjustments retroac- tive to the year the recipients first started receiv- ing benefits. That clause would make up the difference between the ac- tual cost-of-living increases during that period and the two-percent increase to which the plan has been restricted. Welfare department of- ficials say the catch-up clause will mean increases of at least eight per cent for people who started receiving benefits in 1972. There will be a max- imum increase of 20 per cent for those who have been receiving benefits since 1967. The bill also increases an- nual maximum pensionable earnings to in 1974 and in from this year. This means contributions to the plan will increase for both employees and employers. Y.T. A Yukon Research and Development Institute study of transportation says exten- sion of the British Columbia Railway into the northern territory could more than triple the population of that region by 1985. The prepared for the institute by MPS Associates Ltd. of says that long-range economic and population growth in the territory hinges in large measure on the B.C. government's plans for further extension of the provincially-owned railway. If the BCR was extended to Lower and hooked up with expanded railway facilities within the territory prior to it would result in an estimated outward move- ment of 2.1 million tons of mineral products compared with tons a year at present. increase of this magni- tude in mining activity could result in substantial popula- tion growth to a level probably 'approaching by .said the report. The Yukon now has a popu- lation of about Its only rail link is the White Pass and Yukon line between Whiteborse and Tidewater at the Yukon's major supply and distribution centre. The institute report visualizes the huge population increase as the result of op- timum conditions completion of the BCR to Lower Post and a vast ex- pansion of rail facilities inside the territory. The BCR now is working on a northward extension of its tracks to Dease and has specified extending the line to Lower just below the Yukon as a long-term objective. PLAN ADDITON TO GRID Another planned addition to the northwest B.C. rail grid is a line from Terrace to which would provide ready access to the northcoastal port of Prince Rupert for Yukon mineral producers at considerably reduced transportation says the report. The report envisages a shift in emphasis away from the Whitehorse-Skagway corridor to a route down the BCR and through Prince now being developed as a major port by the federal government. It estimates the transport cost of delivering a ton of mineral concentrates to mid- continent via a BCR link at compared with a ton. utilizing the existing White Pass line container ships south to Vancouver and railways from the West Coast. Considering all transporta- tion costs involved in move- ment of the report concluded that shipping minerals through northern B.C. on a completed BCR line be approximately half of the estimated of similar movement over the existing White Pass route to Tidewater or to a mid- continent market. major rail extension through northern B.C. to Lower Post and on through the Yukon offers the highest potential for mineral develop- ment which in turn will provide the greatest growth in commodity said the report. Tokyo Bank looks here The Bank of Tokyo may be interested in Southern Alberta as an investment area. The general manager of the bank made the statement in a letter to the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce recently. The letter follows an exploratory trip to the district by bank officials a few weeks W KPUrTKNT STORES CORRECTION Reinforced curved Sticks for Juniors which appeared in Oct. 30th Herald on Page 14 should have read 2.99 HARVEST BARGAINS GARAGE DOORS 9'x7' 72 .00 BLACK DECKER DRILL No. 5718 Each 8 Sq. Ft. CERAMIC WALL TILE 99' PLACE 'N PRESS FLOOR TILE Covers 9 sq. ft. An easy do It yourself project 2 .80 Lumber Bargains 2x4 Studs 59 64 48 Aluminum Combination Doors .00 29 While Pnfinislwd SHELVING wide Wo Off ARBORITE Counter Topping 4x8 Sheets Decorator FOAM BACKED carpal 12'widths sq. yd. Wall Panol Bargains a. 3'19 5 88 CHOICE WINCHESTER WALNUT REMINGTON OAK SPRINGFIELD ASH WEATHERSTRIP OFF Large Selection RANGE HOODS 2 Speed Choice of colors 41 .00 OLYMPIC stain While Stock Lasts. Gallon 829 VINYL CUSHION FLOORING Choice 6'or 12' wide. Sq. yd. 9.20 Clearance Bargalna Fibreglas Patio Panels Assorted Sizes and Colors Off 1707-3ri LETHBRID8E PkOM 3Z8-4401 HARVEST OF BARGAINS ;