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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta M IUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Oilers accepted. Established restaurant located downtown. Also over 3.000 sq ft retail space lor sale or lease Apply in person 508 3rd Ave S C2517-SN Small towns are coming back Act now and invest m a properly selling lor less than half its value Well equipped theatre at Foremost Good, building, with spjce m front for another small business Write or phone Nick Wolfe, 1011 34 St South 1041-12 HOTEL 85 miles east ol Calgary Gross sales 65 to 70 thousand a year Licensed- (or liquor Excellent lour bedroom suite Nice husband and wife operation For complete information write Box 2218 Drumheller, Alia. 9483-3 IQclH IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED Has two bay service station for lease m Ferme. B C Interested parties please write to imperial Oil Limited 21A 10th Ave S Cranbrook B C 1166-11 GOING CONCERN Owner's retiring alter 27 years m this thriving restaurant, grocery, gift shop business located on Main Street Bow Island Includes land, building, equipment, inventory, etc for only lull price MLS SUBWAY REALTY PHONE 329-4222 C2143-H YOUR OWN BOSS Conodion Co. requires men or women lo operate their own parl time business, restocking and col- lecting money from game, cigar- efes, soft drinks and bulk ma- chines. Locations established by Co. with no selling involved. To have your own exclusive route you must have cor, and able to invest at least 5800 to Only eight hours of your time per week will bring in ex- cellent returns. For those who wish to build full time operation we have an excellent financed expan- sion program Write to Rainbow Advertising Canada Ltd., 6921 Slride Ave Burnaby 3, B.C., in- clude phone. 1437-12 ASTRO REALTY LTD. Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 "WELDING BUSINESS" Subway Welding located in north Lethbndge This is a thriving two man operation and comes completely equipped with work booked ahead for three months A gold mine for the welder who would like to go into business for himself Fell pnce only S15 000 Books open MLS Call an Astro Realtor 328-77.38 "BE A LANDLORD" Six separate units, three older and three newer Room for expansion. separate storage garage Centre courtyard Four two bedroom homes. Two one bedroom homes Must be seen to be appreciated Ex- clusive Call an Astro Realtor, 328- 7748 C2527-II 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S C5216-U SCHWARTZ Agencies (1972) Limited College Mall Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available We con- sider all types of mortgage loans C2551 13 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing m small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave South 328-3251 C7769-M Small, interesting business, ideally suited for two ladies who want to work part lime. No door to door, no canvassing or selling. Moderate investment required For further information, write File 07- 71, PO. Box 483, Lelhbridge, Al- berta. All enquiries answered. ________________________1438-14 HOMEOWNER'S LOAN UP TO Immediate cash available lor second Borrow up to S10.000 on the equity in your home No bonus No payment penalties HOUSEHOLD REALTY Corporation ol Candda 506 4lh Avenue South Phone 403 327-1511 B45 PUBLIC NOTICES 90 CONTRACTS Painters Qualified work guaranteed Free estimates Phone 328-6911 7169-tl Bobcat work done Phone 327- 1227 1346-6N Economy painting and decorating Very neat very reasonable Phone noon or evenings 328-4570 5542-11 Fences repaired, built Miscellaneous building Concrete natios sidewalks drives etc Hauling Jim 327-5087 328-3983 2480A-K Garage building cement work and Stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-K Fred Sleiner cement work, old Casements dug water proofing In- sured (ree estimates Phone 327- 8286 C3661-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745 C1936-II J O CONCRETE Quality cement work and Bobcat work sidewdlks. patios, driveways etc Reasonable prices Phone 327- 3432 Free estimates 9885-tf BOX NUMBER REPLIES 62, 64 77, 81 SEX-CHANGE CHANGE KIDDERMINSTER, Kng- land cities and (nulls .liii-lnici! CARDS OF THANKS FLKXHAl'G -1 wish to thank all my children, relations and inends, doc- tors and nurses or Surgery. St Michael's Hospital tor I lowers, candy, cards and truit and making my stay in the hospital a pleasant one 1 thank you all. Ella Klexhaug. 1441 TSUJITA Mrs. Hide Tsujita and family would like to extend a most sincere appreciation to all the Inends who in their various ways were so help- ful during the illness and loss ol a husband, lather and grandlather. We also wish to express our gratitude lor all the cards, (lowers, kodens. visits and contributions lo the Cana- dian Cancer Society. Your thought! ulness and expres- sion ol sympathy at this time ol sorrow will always be remembered A special thank you to the doctors, nurses and stall ol 1'icture Butte Hospital. Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and the Holv Cross Hospital in Calgary lor their wonder- lul care during his lengthy illness. Hide Tsujita Jack and Yoko Tsujita Jim and Lil Tsujita and lamily Mickey Tsujita Kazuko Tsujita Nancy and Ichiro Nakimoto and family Emi and Nobby Minemoto and family Sue and Ken Kitagawa and family Judy and Harry Tukushirna and lamily 1440 Quebec premier's style changes MONTREAL (CP) In a matter of days. Premier Robert Bourassa's image as a calm, competent ad- ministrator has been replaced by thai of a fiery and agressive political leader determined to hold onto power in this province. He opened his campaign for the Oct 29 election last Mon- day with the warning- "There s no question of our ig- noring our adversaries." And he included among his opponents not only the three Opposition Parti Quebecois, Parti Creditiste and the Union the province's three top labor leaders Marcel Pepin of the Con- federation of National Trade Unions, Louis Laberge of the Quebec Federation of Labor and Yvon Charbonneau of the Quebec Teachers Corp have been jailed for contempt of court for telling some of their members to ignore back-to- work injunctions in hospitals during a massive pubhc ser- vice strike last year Now they have called on Quebecers to vote massively against the Libera'l government. 'NO ONE ABOVE LAW Mr Bourassa calls this an act of vengeance in response to the jail terms and says that as long as he is premier, "no one in Quebec will be above the law." He has repeatedly warned the labor leaders that Quebecers will not follow their advice. "Those who are for the re- spect of law and that's the vast majority of the population with the Liberals." he said "The rest, we don't want This attack on the labor movement that so severely disrupted Quebec last year is being greeted with enthusiasm wherever the premier speaks. Mr. Bourassa's attacks on the Opposition parties are aimed primarily at Rene Levesque. the Parti Quebecois leader Battle-scarr Nigeria giant of black Africa LONDON (CP) After a decade of revolution and civil war, military-governed Nigeria is emerging as the political giant of black Africa, demanding and getting a new respect from governments in the West The world energy shortage, coupled with Nigeria's vast oil resources and growing af- fluence, have given the government of Gen Yakubu Gowon an influence in foreign affairs which now far out- weighs that of any other African country. The general and his military cabinet seem set on taking full advantage of their new-found strength Last June, Gowon became the first Commonwealth African head of state to make a state visit to Britain. A month earlier, the 38-year-old, Sandhurst-educated officer was named chairman of the Organization of African Unity and at the recent Com- monwealth conference in Ot- tawa he seemed determined to enhance his growing reputation as a statesman. POWER GROWS Just how influential Gowon has become may be seen by white-ruled Rhodesia's increasing fear that Nigeria now has the power to prevent unilaterally any Anglo- Rhodesian settlement which does not provide for full African government within a generation. million barrels a huge natural gas de- posits are generally regarded .is the key to Nigeria's eco- nomic upsurge and its inter- national influence. Among the big-league oil producers. Nigeria now is se- cond only to Libya on the. African continent. It is the biggest producer in the Com- monwealth and stands about eighth in the world Nearly 33.000 square miles o'f territory have been allocated to oil exploration and produc- tion It provides France with its largest single source of supply, provides some supplies to the U S and has major sales lo Britain. HEAVY BUYER But it IK not only oil and which makes Nigeria a much- rourled state internationally. It power derived from its mul- tiplying energy sales. Last year alone, for ex- ample. Nigerian importers purchased million in arms, heavy equipment and general consumer goods from Britain. Purchases in North American and European markets have also skyrocketed, experts say. Since the end of the three- year civil war in 1970, with the defeat of secessionist Biafra by federal forces. Gowon has made his aims in world affairs progressively clearer. Foremost among these seems to be a deep-seated am- bition to strengthen the inter- national isolation of Rhodesia and perhaps eventually mount a unified move by black countries to overthrow the regime of Prime Minister Ian Smith. USE INCREASES HALIFAX (CP) Use by transients of youth hostels in Nova Scotia this summer was approximately 50 per cent greater than last year, says Patrick Pardoe, regional co- ordinator for the Secretary of State Hostels Approximately 40 per cent of the users came from the United States. By Gene Fawcette LASERS WILL SOON BE DELIVERING AIR PASSEN- BA3S-MORE QUICKLY. TO BE INTRODUCED TMlS FALL, THE NEW SYSTEM USES A GAS LASER TO READ ENCODED LABELS ON BAS3A6E MOVING ALONG A CONVEYOR... me INFOfVHATtON tS RfLAYEO 70 ACQMPurea ro OOOTE BAGS MUCH ;