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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 71 LNTAMFMM Lost seven month old mala dog. Border Collie mix. wick with white on neck and chMt. Please phone 327-4M1. 4M2-5 Lost or malt German shorthalr. Anewers to Patch. reward. -Phone 833-2121 Buraett._______ 4914-i Men's camel carcoatt Inativei tntly exchanged Saturday at Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. To arrange ex- Change phone 327-3695. 4669-28 Lost between Lethbrldge and Magrath on November 24th One stained two door section ot Citation cabinet. Beaver lumber name .on Please phone 758- Magrath. 4690-29 71 Lose look better for Christ- mas with exercise. 327-2151. 9.30 a m -12 p m.. 4.30-8 p.m 4292-170 Birth Control and Information Centre. 542 7th St. S. Phone 328- 0196.___________ C3125-H Lady companion for aged for outings. Write Box Herald. 4656-30 Have your basic rights been In- We are concerned. Phone LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ALBERTA HUMAN RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES ASSO- CIATION.________________3144-tf ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem phone 327-8049 or after p.m FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. SHIRLEY JEAN 327-8340 1686-tfh 60 SERVICES AM REPAIRS Kirby Vacuun Sales and Service Kirby Company of Lethbridge 328- DRYW_ALLING TAPING SPRAYING CEILINGS REPAIR WORK. PHONE 328-7362. 2943-tf Get your garage or basement cleaned up for Christmas. Work guaranteed Reasonable rates. Phone 328-2837. 4830-4 Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber corporate etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-5114. C6924-H Maytag Sales and Service Services on all makes of washers and automatic or conventional. Also all small lawn vacuum etc. No job too large or too small. LETHSRIDGE 905 3RD AVE S. Phone 327-4456 C7353-tf MTMVEl OPPORTUNITIES TRAVELLING CALIFORNIA Secretary cer- tificate of adult. Box Herald. 4659-30 M GARDENING McLean's fTree. Surgery Free es- timates. trimming and 1 felling Call 328-2094. 327- '1323 7030-tt Trees and shrubs pruned or removed by experienced i Satisfaction guaranteed. Free es- timate. or 328-6382. 4390-4 Trees and hedges trimmed by licens- i ed trimmer Unwanted trees I- removed Prompt service at reasonable rates Special discount for orders taken now to be done in December. Phone 327-2641 C2927-H 65 POULTRY AMP SUPPLIES Fryers also custom work. H. Dyck. Phone 345-3224 C2587-tf Fryers and roasters live at coop wholesale. Duane Welling 752-2132. 3950-20D 200 Grey-X year old layers. 50c each. Phone Taber 4482-29 66 PETS AMD SUPPLIES Ring necked doves for sale. Phone Picture Butte 4723-3 For sale Purebred male poodles Phone 327-7394. 4654-30 Female French Poodle for sale c Phone 328-0973. 4751-3 For sale' Eleven month old male St Bernard dog What 545- Bow Island. 4655-30 KeeshondanU Pekingese puppies for sale. All purebred and papers Phone 756-3408. Stirling. 4691-3 For sale five month old female Cocker Spaniel. Phone 328- 5968 4807-29 1 Two purebred English Setters for sale Phone after 6 p m. 4724-3 Six registered Australia Queensland Heeler pups Phone 752-3388. Raymond 4279-lf For sale Registered one year old Siberian Husky. Phone after 5 p.m. 4750-tf Seven_week old St Bernard pups for sale. Phone 738-4388. Iron Springs No Sunday calls. 4672-1 Singing canaries. Contact Tony 327-0781 or 1316 6th Avenue South 4846-5 For sale Female German Shepherd and dog house. Phone 328-3273. 4847-1 IRISH SETTER C.K.C REGISTERED CHAMPION PHONE 1-403- CALGARY. 4863-5 Two rare male kittens. Straight orange in color. House broke. each Phone Mrs P. 326- 8506 4831-30 Five purebred 'black miniature French poodles. Seven weeks old. Not registered. Phone 4722-29 Boarding for pets. Personalized care. Reservations suggested Southalta Kennels. Barnwell 223- 4130 C5459-15D .CKC registered St. Bernard pups. -Parents clear of hip dysplasia Have Shots Alia. 4229-30 Bntiny Spaniel puppies. Permanent shots. OFA certified. Ex- cellent at hunter field and .show Phone G A. Taber. 491S-22H N MUNEISIPrMTWNTit HAY REALTY LTD. Collage Mall PHONE 328-1171 MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Combined restaurant and grocery store In prime location in Alberta. Excellent return lor small In- vestment. All restaurant equipment new in past five months. Low rental contract on building available. M.L.S. CS318-H Book and stationery store in High River Good potential F P. Phone 652-7117. 652- 2513. evenings 4725-3 For Blacksmith and welding shop In an excellent farming district. Please phone 235-3662 or v v 4806-27 Claresholm BOX NUMBER REPLIES 60. 96 ROYAL TRUST 323 7 ST. S. Phone 328-7761 Multiple Listing Service TRUCKING BUSINESS Two late model tandem trucks. Cattle and grain haul. Well established with steady work. Both trucks are 20 It. body jobs with hoists and tag axles. One 1969 Ford tilt cab. one 1973 Louivile. included late model mobile home with large lot. This business is located in a prosperous community with excellent school facilities EXCLUSIVE. Call WES CUTFORTH at 327-8857. C5609-tf SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. PHONE 328-3331 with the Multiple Listing Service Busy lumber office and property In Fort Macleod. Reasonably priced. Call Peggy Roelofs at 327-5892 for details. Ex- clusive. Concrete building located in shopp- ing complex on North Mayor Magrath Drive. Could be used tor retail outlet or warehouse space. Phone Schwartz Agencies Ltd at 328-3331 for all particulars Exclusive C5737-1 ASTRO REALTY LTD. AND INSURANCE Commercial building and warehouse on CPR trackage. 500 gallon un- derground tank and gas pump in- two good large lOOx- 130 ft lot for ample parking and loading dock for warehouse. Full price only Exclusive UNIT This apartment is in immaculate con- dition throughout Features nine two bedroom and six one bedroom units. All complete with wall to wall tubs and showers Three utility rooms. Seven units furnished completely. Rear parking for 25 to 30 cars Twelve plug-ins. Completely paved and land- scaped. Selling below replacement cost. Exclusive. Call an Astro C5281-tf M LOANS AND IHVESTMEKTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. S C5216-tf 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-M SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. College phone Commercial properties. F' s and' city or town L it interest rates available First mortgages. _______________________C5665-1 90 CONTRACTS ____ _ Economy painting and decorating Very very reasonable. Phone noon or .evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf Painters. Qualified work guaranteed. Free estimates. Phone 328-6911. 7169-tf Garage cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf Fences built Miscellaneous building. Concrete etc. Hauling Jim 328-3983 2480A-M Fred Steiner cement old basements water proofing. In- free estimates Phone 327- 8286.____________________C3661-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS-. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES 328-5745. C1936-tf PUBLIC NOTICES _ _ NEW SCHOOL BUSES Sealed tenders will be received by the Pincher Creek School Division No. until p m.. December for the purchase Of the follow- ing new school buses. 2 passenger 1 18 passenger Specifications will be supplied upon request The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Please submit tenders Secretary-treasurer Pincher Creek School D Division No. 29 P.O. Box 219 PINCHER CREEK. Alberta TOK1WO N74 VILLAGE OF NOBLEFORD NOTICE Is hereby given that the Village of Nobleford propose to pass a bylaw to the following street for the purpose of Incorporation within a repiotting scheme in accordance with Section 175 and thereto of the Municipal Government Chapter Statutes of Alberta 1672. All of Wood Street lying north of and adjacent to Block as shown on Plan Nobleford WM H.A. The plan of the proposed repiotting scheme affecting the proposed byitw may be inspected at the Village Office during normal business hours. Any person wishing to make representation regarding the propos- ed bylaw must signify their intent In writing to the Secretary-Treasurer not later than o'clock December 1073. Representation regarding the propoeed bylaw will be heard at the Council Meeting of December at p.m. at the Village Council Chamber. Mrs. May Paul Secretary'Treasurer Village of Nobleford PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS are invited for the removal or demoli- tion ol the building known as the Old Community lot 16 and N'I of 19. Blk Plan 6476AA. Successful tender to negotiate particulars. or any tender not necessarily accepted Tenders to be in Town Office. Coaldale. by 3.00 p.m December 1973 N80 TENDERS The Taber 'School Division No 6 in- vites tenders on the 1974 calendar year supply ol gasoline and tires. Details of specifications may be ob- tained by contacting the under- Signed. Tenders must be received by December 7. 1973 R. M Greenaway Secretary Treasurer Taber School Division No. 6 P.O. Box 1239 Taber. Alberta N67 IRRIGATION ACT APPLICATION TO CHANGE AREA OF A DISTRICT TAKE NOTICE that unless a written objection from any persons having a bona fide interest in the matter is filed on or before December 1973 being 21 days from the day of this with the Irrigation Department of at Rm. 505. Agriculture Ed- or that the petition be heard by the district court instead of the Local Authorities the Council may approve the petition to include a parcel in the St. Mary River Irrigation District for the purpose of water rights to Irrigate 160 acres m the S.W. 13-10-21-4. John Ontkean Petitioner N70 IRRIGATION ACT APPLICATION TO CHANGE AREA OF A DISTRICT TAKE NOTICE that unless a written objection from any persons having bona fide interest in the matter is filed on or before being 21 days from the day of this with the Irrigation Council. Department of at Rm. Agriculture Ed- or that the petition be heard by the district court instead of the Local Authorities the Council may approve the petition to include a parcel in the St. Mary River Irrigation District for the purpose of water rights to irrigate 160 acres in the S.E. 13-10-21-4 William Meheden Petitioner N71 PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the application of Border Utilities Ltd to the Public Utilities Board for an Order of the Board fixing and approv- ing increased rates to be charged by the Company for natural gas supplied to the residents of Coutts will be heard oy the Board at the Court in the City of in the Province of commencing on the 11th day ol 1973. at the hour of 10.00 am. Any interested party may examine a copy of the the propos- ed rates and the submissions filed therewith at Bprder Utilities Alberta. DATED at the City of m the Province of this 27th day of 1973 PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD N A Romalo Acting Secretary N78 SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. on December 1973 for the construction of the following work- Soil-Cement Base Asphaltic Concrete and Other Highway 14 E. of Jet. Hwy. 21 to E. of Cooking Lake Mile 074 to Mile 12.34 Approximate Quantities Cubic Yards Excavation 173.000 Tons Soil-Cement Mixture Tons Base Course Material Tons Asphaltic Concrete Material Ton Miles Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer. Highways Alia the office of the District 4020 Bowness Calgary. Alber- and the office of the District Administration and will be available only to individuals registered and operating in the Province of Alberta or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating m and who have establish- ed a fixed place of business in tne Province of Alberta. A Deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Provincial will be re- quired for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to of Tender Tenders will be opened In public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily V. E McCune Deputy Minister of Highways Transport N73 Mexico has cattle feed difficulties Although C.inada and Mexico have com- plclrU climates the problems have with loi.ifjc lot c.iiilrarc the same. In bod Mi iff Iml lor thai1 rank1 lor I lie winlfi iiMiililis and m Mex- icci stoic leod lor the says Dr. M.iitin II director ol an experimental ranch in Cliiliii.iliu.i. Mexico in an intor- ucu a scmimir sponsored In i he r'oothills Korajjo Co-op Mud in northern Mexico I lies otils receive lain ihiec months ol sear The moMiirc the rains MIIIM be lived to pioduco other i.'i.uv in I.IM all so.ii 1 MH i lie main pioMrms mi Mi MI ii in HIIHMIIH Im.iijc lor' In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH IN MEMORIAMS me LCiriBniUUE HERALD 23 Malpractice charged i winch I'lllMOll III I lie Mill Xllnllii'i i m.isiimmi use mil I lie u.iltT 'lirv tfl dm l.nlis -i'.i--'iii lie .nlili'il The iiiiny M I illll I III1 MHIIIIU'I' SHIMEK Jerry and Deb- ibie are pleased to announce ithe birth of a jNichole November 11973 7 grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shimek and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Blenner-Hassett. First great grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Lukas Shimek. In- sured. 4916 DEATHS MOLINEAX Gertrude passed away in Ray- mond on Thursday. November at the age of 81 years. Arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C5752 ODNEY Vivian aged 76 beloved hus- band of Mrs. Thelma passed away November 1973. Memorial service a.m. December 1973 at Martin Bros. Memorial North Lethbridge. No flowers. 4917A BROOMFIELD Edith passed away in Ray- mond on November at the age of 87 beloved sister ol Mr. Russell Broomfield of Mr. John Broomfield of Turner Mrs. Hughena Linton of Burns B.C. and Mrs. Anne Hawk of Nanton. Funeral Services will be held November 1973 at p.m. in the Stavely United with Rev. E. Sinclair Reikie officiating. Interment will follow in the Stavely Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C5753 MARTIN November Robert aged 56 beloved husband of Mrs. Betty 915 104 Ave. passed away suddenly in Lethbridge. Born in Minilonas. served in R.C.A.F. for 25 has been employed with the Domi- nion in the Weights and Measures Department since 1967. Besides his loving he is survived by one Robert Grant at one Mrs. Isabel Manitoba. Ser- vices at United November 2 p.m.. Rev. Wm. Julian of- ficiating. In lieu of donations may be made to the Alberta Heart Fund. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements. C5751 HEGGIE Andrew passed away in Raymond on November at the age of 74 years. Mr. Heggie was born at January 1899 and came to Canada with his parents in settling in Raymond. He received his schooling in the Raymond schools. He was a member of the L.D.S. Church and served on a mission from 1919 in the Western States Mission. He farmed at Raymond all his life with the exception of six when he worked at Brooks at the Knight and Watson Ranch. He worked at Ihp Raymond Factory during campaign for 23 years. He was a great curler and lov- ed all sports. He also had a real fondness for animals. He leaves to mourn his two Robert and Albert both of and one Mrs. Albert Ralph of Raymond. Funeral Services will be held November 1973 at p.m. in the Raymond Third Ward with Bishop Ronald Watson officiating. Interment will follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from p.m. until prior to the service at the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C5754 Child killed STKVniMOHK. Alia. iCI'i Trary Lot1 Sudownik. 5. of Mrdiciiu' Mai was killed m two vehicle rolliMoM on the Trans Caiuida Ineliu.n this IdWIl Tlic was in i Hndc ni by her hither. Mqilicn Mi.ithmoic IN miles oaM JOHNSON In loving memory of dear father and Herman J. who pass- ed away November 1M1. No length of time can take Our UtoufhU of you from day to day. Though absent you are always Still still missed and very dear. remembered and sadly missed by wife Irene and family. KDMONTON tCPl The Civil Service Association of Alberta i called Wednes- day for an inquiry into malpractice changes at the Rosehaven Geriatric Centre in Camrose. In a letter to Neil Crawford. Health and social develop- ment the association also suggests that at the same time philosophy and practice of care for the in the province be examined. tin v says it does not believe that the current inter- departmental examina- tion of procedures at Kosehavon will do any good. This ordered by Mr recently in response to complaints by registered nurses working at Hosehaven. has two strikes iigainsl it. the CSA says The departmental officers conducting the investigation have in essence been asked to inquire about their own Art lovers with sore feet will get break GEBAUER In loving memory of a dear Elizabeth who passed away November 1972. In tears we saw you sinking We watched you fade away Our hearts were almost broken As you fought so hard to stay But when we saw you sleep- ing So peacefully free from pain. We could not wish you dear To suffer so again. remembered and sadly missed by Henry and Liz Gebauer. 4917 CARD OF THANKS CLELAND A sincere thank you to our relatives and 'friends for the many phone etc. and thanks to the doctors and good nurses and staff at St. Michael's Hospital while I was a patient there. Thank you one and all. -Mrs. Ullie M. Cleland 4848 FLOW LOCKS Danish hairdresser Jean Leonard has made a wig eight feet in length with 24 tresses. Intended for bridal it costs fl.OOO. OTTAWA Jean Sutherland Boggs is an art gallery director with sym- pathy for people who get sore feet at art galleries. Director of the National Gallery of she says the building being planned for the gallery centennial in 1980 will have special rest areas for people who get tired walk- ing only a few hundred yards to look at art treasures. The first stage of planning for the building is to be com- pleted this week when Abraham professor of architecture at the University of British flies home to Van- couver with a briefcase full of data. He and two assistants will write a report by the end of the year on gallery needs for the new a report which may be made public next year before it is handed to the architects who will prepare the plans. So the architects have not been named and no es- timate has been made of the new building's cost. It is ex- to double the gallery's existing display space. Miss Boggs said she hopes the new building can be com- pleted in 1978 to give the gallery two years to prepare for the centennial of the National Gallery of prompted in 1880 by an early the Mar- quis of Lome. Planners building to want have the new separate areas for displaying artworks of various periods. Each of Prof. Rogatnick should be separated by garden or areas where visitors can rest. Each of the main sections also should have rooms set aside for displays related to art such as slide movies and tape- recordings to tell the history of a period. as senior ad- ministrators in health and the CSA says the CSA they luck the professional to conduct such a review. The nurses are critical of a varic'ly ul procedures and practices at Rosehaven. say- ing that federal and provincial health regulations are being contravened. Some ot the problems listed the nurses are administra- tion ol narcotics by non- professional use of nurses rather than physicians to pronounce a person dead. failure to diagnose patients when they enter the hospital and use of rather than physicians lor removal ol deep sutures. The CSA letter to the minister also says the physicians's rounds are carried out in a perfunctory manner. habitually take one neither more or less. No time is given during rounds lor the ward staff to draw to the attention of their seniors to matters that are impor- tant to patient The letter says that one physician is in attendance at the centre to look after 350 patients. In he has a private practice in Camrose. the letter savs. Mortgage finance bill 3jj ready for final debate OTTAWA The mort- gage financing bill cleared the Commons finance committee Wednesday with Progressive Conservative spokesmen fore- casting rapid approval once the legislation returns for final reading debate in the Commons. The New Democratic Party has said it will vote against the legislation because it will not greatly affect mortgage interest rates. But Conser- vative support should enable the government to steer the legislation through quickly. Ed New Demo- cratic housing has said his party will not prolong de- bate but will vote against the bill. The bill would establish the Federal Mortgage Exchange Corp. to buy and sell residential mortgages and make loans to private mortgage firms for housing mortgages. It also would allow formation of special companies to help individuals and organizations to invest in mortgages. It is designed to encourage the flow of mortgage money for home purchasers. Seven years before the Ealliser sign went the first barrels of Palliser Reserve CanadianWhisky were laid down. Today there is a proud new name together the finest aged Canadian in Canadian rye whisky. Palliser. whiskies that go to make up The new Palliser distillery in Alberta has brought together the skills and the talents of as fine a team of whisky- makers as Canada has ever assembled. Even though our distillery is new and the product we sell is aged the full number of years. Our business began long before we opened our Lethbridge plant. It began with our bringing Palliser a smooth and satisfying seven-year-old. Each year since then we have also laid down for Palliser Colony House Palliser Black Label Palliser Golden Special Look for them at all Alberta liquor stores. See how well we have started a new tradition of distilling excellence. PALLISER Palliser Distillers Alberta ;