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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD-Friday, Octotwr 4, 1974 94 GAMMING 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES PUBLIC NOTICES SALES AND MOVING OF MATURE TREES. SPRUCE TREE FARMS LTD., PHONE 328-5806 C7914-H McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates. Pruning, trimming and felling. Call 328-2094, 327- 1323. 7030-tt Good manure. Ibs. delivered. Phone 327-2207. C1297-U Fall cleanup flower beds, rototilling, aerating, landscaping, 328-1513; collect. 732-4873, Picture Butte. ________9075-tf Rototilling with garden tractor rototiller. Phone Murray Fry at Bobcat Services, 327-5817. 2396-220C1 RO-KO TREE SERVICES Tree removal and tree pruning. Phone 328-7672. 2444-21oct Lawn aerating and garden rototilling cutting lawns. Mike Bobak phone 327-1777 ___________ 1499-tf TOP SOIL Any quantity. Also fill dirt. Phone 328- 7692. 1402-tl COME AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF NURSERY STOCK. Shade trees Ornamentals Fruit trees Perennials LACOMBE NURSERIES 5 Ml EAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON HIGHWAY NO. 3 345-4633 C8137-tf JOHN'S ROTOTILLING Gardens rototilled, new lawns. Phone 328-6403. 2476-tf Bushes, hedaes. trees, trimmed or removed. Lloyd's Tree Trimming Ser- vice. Phone 327-2641. C2211-tf Will do rototilling after 4 p.m. and weekends. Phone 328-3764.3198-18 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Fryers _ pree delivery Also custom processing. H. Dyck, Coaldale 345-3224. _________C2142-U Used chicken egg layer cages. Galvanized steel. Automatic waterer. Rollaway eggs. All size cages. Reasonably priced. Phone 234-3766 or 234-3786, Fort Macleod. 9076-tf 100 tame ducks oven ready. Approx. four pounds. per pound. Phone 234-2122, Fort Macleod. 2966-4 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Kittens to be homes. Phone fiven away to good 28-6553. 2967-4 Poodle Terrier needs good home. Phone 329-4400. 3010-4 One year old purebred male German Shepherd. Quiet, gentle, children's pet. Good with cattle. Prefer farm home. Phone 758-3012, Magrath. 3011-4 Very loving young black female cat, needs good home. 328-1544 or 328- 9549. C2353-4 Registered Great Dane pups Zordane sire; Rungmook of Starlaw Dam. Phone 526-3447, between 12-1 p.m Box 254. Greenhouse. Medicine Hat. 3012-9 Female Blue Heeler One year old. Phone 327-9084. _______2887-5 Grooming limited to Poodles only. Phone 328-7547. 1661-5Octh Registered Beagle pups weeks. Phone 328-4521. 2929-5 Okoonawa Kennels Ind'vidual indoor-outdoor heated solid block runs. See yellow pages. 23-tf Siamese kittens for sale, Bluepomt and Sealpoint. with shots. Phone 738- 4508 (Iron Springs) after 6 p.m. or weekends. 27S4-4 Joanne's Poodle and Pet Clipping Service. For appo intment phone 328-3763. 1186-tfh Puppies. Pekingnese Terrier mix, seven weeks, excellent for children. Phone 328-7400. 3094-8 Purebred Doberman Pinscher puppies, six weeks old. For appointment phone anytime. 3095-tf Yorkshire Terrier puppies. Phone 752-2035 or 752-2031. Raymond. 3151-7 Seven month old registered black Lab. 327-6377. 809 7th St. N.3152-5 Female pup. eight weeks, to give away. Phone 328- 0061. 3150-5 One female, one male nine week old part Springer Spaniel pups. Phone 327-9737. 3200-5 Ten month old purebred black female spayed Cocker Spaniel (not registered) to a good home. Asking S50. Phone 328-8628. after 5 p.m. 3199-S BUSINESS OPPOffTUNITIES 3.000 sq ft. downtown commercial space Phone 328-1520 or 328- 5309 3158-tf Beautiful motel in Rathead Lake area of Montana. Located on main highway at approach to Kalispeii. 15 units plus owners suite. Enclosed pool, sauna, restaurant colored t v.. hiBy air conditioned Call for further information. Exclusive. HARKER AGENCIES LTD PHONE 329-3555 CZ192-S1 Opportunity tor an excellent In- vestment. Fantastic business service station, grocery store and Post Office with combined living quarters on nine acres of land which will Include a little of the country living. For further details contact Alvlna Everett, Stringam Property Sales Ltd., phone 328-6161 or 327-2025. M.L.S. I C2074-H Taber Fantastic business. News and Candy. Excellent return on your investment. For further Information contact Alvina Everett, Stringam Property Sales Ltd., phone 328-6161 or 327-2025. M.L.S. C2075-H Truck stop restaurant in Pincher Creek. Excellent return on investment. For further information call SEL-MOR REALTY, 328-4276. Lethbridge. M.L.S. C1873-tf Service Station on lot. 150x125. located at corner of 9th St. and 2nd Ave. S.. Lethbridge. Phone 327-5716 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Full price 000 cash to mortgage, balance at C9518-tf 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and old homes. Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South. 329-3000. C7769-W MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St C5216-tf 90 CONTRACTS MURRAY FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, land- scaping, back filling, driveway, corral cleaning, rototilling. No job too small or too large. 327-S817. 2120-tf Fifteen ft backhoe and loader hourly rates or by contract. Phone. 3iiB-bB06. C9654-tl CUSTOM KITCHEN CABINETS, vanities, bookcases, etc. Phone Dave, 345-4697. 2245-3 Complete basement, framing, finishing and drywall contracts. 328- 9525, Design Homes. 2121-tf Farm and ranch painting. Farms and industrial spray painting done. Also interior and exterior of house. Phone 327-2046. 1578-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. C1936-tf Garage building, cement work and stuccoino Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs. J.m 327-5087. 328- 3983 7799-tf R AND K CONSTRUCTION Cement contractors. Sidewalks patios, driveways, floors. Estimates, bays 328-1468, evenings 327- 2627. 9349-tf Contractor all repairs, lay blocks, bricks, fireplaces, stone laying, sidewalks, driveways, cement finishing, stuccoing, in house builder, small jobs accepted. 328-0266, 329- 4678.____________________387-tf PRESTIGE HOMES AND CONSTR. Phone us for homes and home improvements, garages, rumpus rooms and ai! cement work. Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 327- 0939. 756-tf HANDY MAN SERVICES Serving home and industry. Garbage collection; yards, basements and garages cleaned. Free estimates. Phone 328-4592. -2509-tf PRIOLETTE TRENCHING AND EXCAVATING Water and septic systems; basements; gas, water and electrical trenching. Phone 223-3939; Box 134, HANDYMAN Do you have small jobs or repairs? Phone 327-6097. 2799-tfn PRAIRIE Ditching Company of Lethbridge TRENCHES, HOES. PLOWS FOR GAS ELECTRIC DRAIN TILE. WATER. SEWER. SPRINKLER. You Name It C383-H BOS NUMBER REPLIES 48 44 41. 39. 36. 8. 142. 130. 129. 100. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the list of Electors for the village of Barons has been prepared and posted for inspection in the following places: Village Office Village Post Office Village Coffee Shoo Any person who is otherwise qualified to vote but whose name does not apoear on the list referred to in section 43 may at anytime during office hours of any business day up to and including the 8th day before the date established for Polling day (October apply to the Municipal Secretary to have his name added so she list Penny A Machaoek Secre5ary-Treasurer 015 THE FAMILY CIRCUS By Bil Keane 10 A W, ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT Tender for Gravel Haul Tenders will be received by the undersigned until o'clock noon on October 16, 1974 for the loading and hauling of approximately cu. yds. of coarse gravel to various parts ol the Main Canal from Raymond to Chin. Further information may be obtained from the Lethbridge office. Tenders to be submitted on a per cubic yard basis. Minimum daily delivery 600 yards. Work to commence shortly after close of tenders. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J.W.THIESSEN, P.ENG. Manager St Mary River Irrigation District Bix 278 Ltthbridge, Alberta 09 HOUSING CORPORATION. INVITATION TO TENDER CALGARY MURDOCK MANOR II SENIOR CITIZENS RESIDENCE Sealed tenders for the construction and completion of a 144 suite self contained senior citizens residence in the City of Calgary clearly marked "Tenders for Murdock Manor II Senior Citizens Residence" Project No. will be received by the undersigned up to p.m., M.S.T., Tuesday, October 29. 1974. Tenders will be opened in public. Plans and specifications may be ob- tained from the office of the Architects, Hames, Rose Timleck, Suite 210. 140 1st Avenue, S.W., Calgary, Alberta, upon deposit of a certified cheque or cash in the amount of one hundred dollars which will be refunded when the plans and specifications are returned to the Architect in good con- dition, not later than fourteen (1.4) days after the closing date. Plans and specifications may be viewed at the Construction Associations in Calgary, Edmonton and Lethbridge, Alberta. Tenders must be accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond for ten per cent of the total bid price, and subtrades shall be submitted throuah the Calgary branch of the Alberta Bid in Accor- dance with the rules and regulations on the Alberta Bid Depository Ltd. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. President. Alberta Housing Corporation, Calgary Branch, 1324 Centre Street, North, Calgary. Alberta. 018 Regional Expansion Economic Ecooomique Expansion Regionale PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION TENDER LAND CLEARING IN PFRA COMMUNITY PASTURES Sealed tenders, in duplicate, will be received until p.m., local time on Wednesday, November 6, 1974 for knocking down and piling tree growth in the following PFRA Community Pastures: Meeting Lake near Mayfair, Saskatchewan approximately acres Spintwood near Spiritwood, Saskatchewan approximately S.600 acres Thunderchild near Turtleford, Saskatchewan approximately 1.100 acres Royal near Shell Lake, Saskatchewan approximately acres The above acreages will be divided into units of approximately 1.000 acres. Contractors may tender on more than one unit. Sealed tenders, in duplicate, will be received until p.m., local time on Thursday. November 7. 1974 for knocking down and piling tree growth in the following PFRA Community Pastures: Park near Langham. Saskatchewan approximately 750 acres Wolverine near Saskatchewan approximately 400 acres Montrose near Oonavon, Saskatchewan approximately 500 acres Garry near Ituna, Saskatchewan approximately 1.200 acres Ituna Bon Accord near Ituna. Saskatchewan approxi- mately 900 acres Chagoness near Pleasantdaie. Saskatchewan approximately 480 acres Kelvington near Kelvington. Saskatchewan approximately acres Hazel Dell near Hazel Dell. Saskatchewan approximately 1.400 acres Ochapowace-Kahkewistanaw near Wh'tewood. Saskatchewan approximately 700 acres The above acreages will be divided into units of approximately 1.000 acres. Contractors may tender on more than one unit. Sealed tenders, in duplicate, win be received until p.m local time on Friday. November 8. 1974 for Knocking down and piling tree growth in the following PFRft Community Pastures: Wallace near Virden. Manitoba approximately 600 acres Birch River near Birch River. Manitoba approximately 700 acres Oauphin-Elhelbert near Ethelbert Manitoba approximately 7.000 acres McCreary near McCreary. Manitoba approximately 4.000 acres LangJord near Neepawa. Manitoba approximately 550 acres Portage near Poplar Point. Manitoba approximately 1.200 acres Muhrin.ll near ErikscSale. Manitoba approx'matety 2.900 acres The above acreages will be divided wiiti units 01 aopfox.maieiy i.OOO Contractors may tenper on i.han on? urtrt Plans instructions ?rd may be oMamed "he 401 1 'olnerwell Eu'ldirg REGINA. SssKalcnerwan OB5 Phone S nc.1 be conj d cpi and i" a wlh -at'Cis "enjer-1- must be rw jr ;y ne Per Oert conlrac; or a THE OR AMY TEMDEfl WILL MOT NECESSARILY BE Tenders wrtl bp opened in publt in The Alberts Pubic Worts CoMerenoe Room. 16Th Floor. College Plata. W A B Ssuriaers, P. Deputy WlirrtsWfr ol Worts OS DEATHS GALLUP James Grant, passed away in Claresholm on Thursday, October 3, 1974 at the age of one year, beloved son of Allan and Gean Gallup of Claresholm. He is also sur- vived by a brother Scott and a sister Christy; his grand- parents, Scott and Pearl Gallup of Cardston, and Grant and Gean Wheeler of Magrath, and his great-grand- parents, David and Afton Heeler of Magrath, Verna Wheeler of Cardston and Vera Ockey also of Cardston. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Oct. at a.m. in the Claresholm L.D.S. Chapel. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family from a.m. until service time at the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2386 ARMSTRONG Glen Ian, age three years, passed away suddenly Friday, September 27th, 1974 from injuries received in an automobile ac- cident at Kingswood, Surrey, England. He is survived by his family, Gail and Earl, Colleen, Brian, and Joanne who are all well; grand- parents Ruth Armstrong, Alberta Beach and Sam Smith, Red Deer; great grandmother, Mary Hannrahan, Lethbridge; many aunts and uncles, relatives and friends. Family services were held October- 3rd at Randalls Park, Leatherhead, England, follow- ed by cremation and burlial later in Canada. Instead of flowers, donations to any children's charity will be appreciated. 3201 CHRISTIE Passed away in Cardston on Thursday, Oc- tober following a brief illness, Mr. Ryerson Meyers Christie at the age of 86 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ada Christie of Cardston. Born at Island Brook. P.Q., he attend- ed school there and at Cookshire Academy, P.Q. Graduated with honors from Toronto University in Science and Engineering in 1914 and was a 60 year member of the Canadian Engineering Society. The late Mr. Christie first came west to Edmonton in 1906, returned taToronto in 1909, returning west in 1914 and back to Toronto to marry in 1917, and the same year returned to Cardston where he had resided until his passing. Extremely active in com- munity affairs, he had served as Chairman of School Division, Town Councillor, President of Chamber of Commerce, Director of the Amateur Athletic Association, Chairman of Music and Arts Association, Red Cross Cam- paign Chairman, Cancer Cam- paign Organizer, Chairman of the Town Planning Com- mission. In 1958 as President of the Motor Courts and Resorts Association of Alber- ta, a member of the Executive of the Waterton Glacier International Peace Park, and an active member of Cardston St. Andrew's United Church. Active with Rotary Inter- national, he organized Rotary Clubs in Claresholm in 1948 and in Fort Macleod in 1955. An active Mason, he was a member of Chief Mountain Lodge A.F. and A.M. No. 58 Cardston. Scottish Rite and a Shriner. Besides his loving wife Ada, he is survived by two sons, V. Brock Christie of Edmonton and Herbert L. Christie of the city; also seven grandchildren. He was predeceased by two sons, Richard M. and Ryerson D. Christie. Toe funeral service will be held at 2 00 p.m. on Monday. October 7. in St. Andrew's United Church HaH, Cardston. ivjtJh Rev. J D i Ruxtonand Rev J. Veitch of- ficiating. Interment will follow at p.m. inlhefami- lv plot Archmount Memorial Gardens. Lethbndgc. Those who wish may pay their in Martin Bros. TRADITION CHAPEL. 3rd Ave S Lethbndgc prsor to oVtr-ck Sunday evening, October 6. 1974 and tfcosf wish may in of flowers donate to the Scottish Rite Foundation Fund, PO. Box 183, Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of Funeral Service Phone 228- 2361. C2387 DEATHS FEEBER Alice Walker, beloved wife of the late Samuel Feeber, formerly of Stirling, passed away in Lethbridge on Wednesday, Oc- tober 2nd, 1974 at the age of 95 years. Funeral services will be held in the Stirling L.D.S. Chapel on Saturday, October 5th at 1 p.m., Bishop Marvyn Hogenson officiating. Friends may pay their respects to Mrs. Feeber in the Relief Society Room from 12 noon until service time. Interment will follow in The Stirling Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2384 HARKER Joseph Charles, passed away in Calgary on Wednesday, Oc- tober 2, 1974 at the age of 84 years, beloved husband of the late June Barker, formerly of Magrath. Mr. Harker was born December 19, 1889 at Taylorsville, Utah and came to Canada with his parents in about 1898. They settled at Cardston for a short time before moving to the Magrath District. He was married to June Bradshaw in Salt Lake City in 1910. They continued to live in the Magrath District, where he was actively engag- ed in fanning for most of his life. He was a lover of Fine Horses and showed many. He rode in and helped with Parades in the District for many years. He was active in community affairs and served on the Magrath Town Council for several terms. He also helped to form and was a member of the original Magrath band. He was a true pioneer of Southern Alberta. He is survived by one son, Max of Calgary; eight grandchildren, many great- grandchildren; two brothers, Burns of Magrath and Earl of Cardston and one sister, Mabel Clarke of Salt Lake City, Utah. He was predeceas- ed by his wife June, and by two sons, Duane and Glen. Funeral services will be held Saturday, October at 2 p.m. in the Magrath LcD.S. Chapel, with Bishop Tyler Alston officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot in the Magrath Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects from p.m. until p.m. at the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2385 IN MEMORIAM HUSZAR In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Teresa, who passed away Oc- tober 4. 1973. Just a prayer from those who loved you. Just a memory fond and true, In our hearts you will live forever, Because we thought the world of you. remembered and sadly missed by husband Frank and Simon and Anne and family: Helen and Steve Angyal and family: John and Maryann and family: Frank and family. 3153-4 Calgary firm to feed athletes A Calgary catering firm has won the contract to serve 63.- 000 meals to athletes at the Canada Winter Games despite efforts by games officials to award it to Lethbridge Com- munity College. Drisdale Industrial Caterers won the plus contract against bads by LCC and CALVAN CAWS caterers of Vancouver. More than 2.850 athletes competing in centres throughout the south must be led three times A day during ?h( games I "We did our best to put it into Ihe college but the cir- cumstances- were just against it." Keith Lees, of the Barnes society, vaid today. j Athiele? would have to be transported three times a day to Jhe college from centres throughout the south." Mr. Lees said the society even searched for appropriate vehicles to transport food from the college bat none were available. Ukrainian books available Lethbridge Ukrainians will now be able to get books in their native language at the Lethbridge Public Library. The library has 50 titles in Ukrainian loaned to it for a two month period to assess the need for Ukrainian books in the community, said Chief Librarian Duncan Rand. According to the 1971 census there are people of Ukrainian descent living in Lethbridge, Mr. Rand said. "We have no way of know- ing the number that read or would like to read in Ukrainian, but we would like to gauge the demand, and if there is a demand, service would be made possible through such loans as he said. Hearing rule may stifle some voices The committee for an Independent Canada is no longer "written off as a bunch of but the "voice crying in the wilderness" has yet to be heard by Energy Minister Donald Macdonald. National chairman Bob Page told last night's CIC meeting that the nationalist group is getting a favorable hearing from many people, but the federal energy minister is not one of them. Dr. Page told 40 CIC members and supporters that although the national com- mittee is still David compared to the Goliaths of the oil in- dustry, David's voice will probably be stifled at upcom- ing National Energy Board hearings. The 34-year-old Trent University history professor, who succeeded Edmonton publisher Mel Hurtig as CIC national chairman, said Ot- tawa is not organizing NEB hearings on an adversary system, which allows any intervenor on the right of cross-examination. Unless the CIC hires legal staff to do its talking, the com- mittee can only "file a brief and accept no powers of cross- examination whatsoever." The only alternative, he added, is to "apply for and be granted intervenor status But under present regulations we would be obliged to have legal staff." The cost of adequate staff to the CIC would be between and he said. The CIC has complained to Energy Minister Macdonald that the "full counsel" style of proceedings will turn NEB hearings into a "farce." Granny Set! t 7127 Add country charm to a kitchen with Uiis handy set! Use bold, granny squares hexagons Cor 3 pot- holders, hot plate mat, and toaster cover. Crochet of Mercerized Crochet-Knitting cotton. Pattern 7127: direr- lions. 75 cents each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15? each pattern for mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario MIT 4P7. Ont. residents add 5C sales tax. Print plainly Pattern Number. Name, Address. Youth remanded A 16-year-old Lethbridge youth who has pleaded guilty to a number of charges of break, enter and theft, a charge of being in possession of stolen property and other charges has been remanded until Oct. 24 for sentencing. Steve Csere is charged with breaking into Vantas Economy Meat, 904 7th Ave. S., June 27. He also is charged with being in possession of a stolen television and calculator Sept. 9. Csere was released from custody of the provincial court Wednesday after signing an undertaking to appear in court on Oct. 24. A Sarnia, Ont. man who pleaded guilty to a charge of break, enter and theft was given a one-year suspended sentence. Ted Chruscik, 33, was arrested Sept. 22 after a man was found about a.m. in the bathroom at Westminster Drugs, 425 13th St. N. The man was discovered after a city police constable walking his beat found the glass groken out of the front door of the store. Provincial Judge L. W. Hudson ordered that restitu- tion be made for the broken door. Driver found not guilty Patrick W. Middleton, 17, of Lethbridge was found not guil- ty in provincial court Wednes- day of a charge of failing to leave his name with a person injured in an accident. Mr. Middleton was charged with the offence Aug. 28 after a woman cyclist was struck by a car on 6th Ave. N., just east of the intersection of 13th St. N. He had pleaded not guilty to the charge and a trial was held Sept. 25. SUFFERS HEART ATTACK MERCED, Calif. (AP) A 71-year-old man collapsed and died after a middle-aged, pot- bellied man broke into his house and streaked through the living room, police said. Joseph Mello died of a heart attack Tuesday soon after the chubby, naked man broke into his home through a rear door and dashed through the a coroner said. It's All One! PRINTED PATTERN Jumper effect is new now! Printed Pattern 4597: Women's sizes are 34 38-inch bust with 40-inch 36 (40 bust 42 38 (42 bust, 44 hip'; 40 (44 bust, 46 42 <46 bust, 48 44 (48 bust, 50 46 48 (52 bust, 54 J1.09 for each pattern cash, cheque or money order, Add 15c each pattern for first- ciass mail and special handling. Ont. residents add sale? tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address, Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough. Ontario MIT 4P7. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY in NEW FALL-WINTER PATTERN CATALOG! 100 best school, career, casual, city fashions. Free pattern coupon. Send m r ;