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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 79 PERSONAL Gentleman looking lor lady com- panionship, outings All answers kept confidential. Write Box 130 Herald. 1518-18 Widower, 56, 5 It. 10 In. Intelligent, educated, friendly Chris- tlan non-smoker, non drinker, would like to meet a lady similar, 35-55. Write Box 139 Herald. 1909-20 NOTICE Minor hockey meeting In Cardston town hall Friday. October 19. pm. All interested parents please attend. 1966-19 ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem, phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, alter 7.30 p m Alone Sundays or any day ol the week? Come and see our Club Card parties and dances. Completely tree once or twice. With ot without escort. We get you acquainted Any day from 1 to 11 p.m Phone 329-0955 462-t! Birth Control and Information Centre Counselling information and referrals concerning birth control. V D, un- wanted pregnancies, sterilization Group presentations available 542 7th St S Phone 328-0196 _____________________C1393-M FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 327-6292; JEAN 327-8340 1686-tfh NPET8ANO SUPPLIES Regiiterad American Cocker Span- iel puppies. Eight weekt old. Buff. Chompionthip tired. Excellent and tempcrment. Ideal peti for children. Phone 1-223-8363, Tober.__________ U35-20h 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Oilers accepted. Established1 restaurant located downtown Also over sq ft retail space for sale or lease Apply m person 508 3rd Ave S. C2517-5N 3760 sq. It Brick one storey building Two stores let, plus extra space Choice location at Fort Macleod Clear title Agree- ment note. Ralph Baker, Box 175 Forl Macleod, Alta. 1933-22 WELL ESTABLISHED BUSINESS IN LETHBRIDGE Ideal lor man and wife operation. to turnover a year Good markup on merchandise Would need plus stock. Terms could be arranged for the stock. Write Box 133. Herald 1605-18 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS Kirby Vacuum Sales And Service Kirby Company of Lsthbridge 328- 8962. C3751-tf Filter Queen new and used Repair all makes 317 8th St. S. Phone 327- 5384 C2676-H Southern Stamp and Sten- stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc Same-day service 1233 2nd Ave. S PHONE 328-5114 C6924-U Have a fireplace but no wood'1 We are looking tor potential customers. Inquiries phone 328- 0270 7-9 am, 6-10 pm ________________________1737-18 Maytag Sales Services on all makes of washers and dryers automatic or conventional Also al, small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc No job too large or too small LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES. 90S 3RD Ave S 327-4456 C7353-tf 84 GARDENING___________________ Will haul garbage with half ton Phone 327-8237 1626-tl Multi-colors African violets Phone 328-5798, after 4pm 1694-19 sales and moving of mature trees Spruce Tree Farms Ltd 328-5806 9002-31 oct Heavy duty rototilhng mowing grass, high weeds and landscaping Satisfaction guaranteed 327- 1227 9645-SNov: McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates Pruning trimming and felling Call 328-2094 327- 1323 7030-tf NOWISTHETIME cor fall planting We have on hand a good supply of- EVERGREEN SHADE TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS C2475-H 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES -ryers also custom work H Dyck, 3hone 345-3224 C2587-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES viale Poodle fully house 328-7888 trained 1827-18 Wanted Miniature Please phone 327-8434 Chihuahua 1774-18 Kittens to be given away Phone 328- 7868 1911-20 Miniature male white poodle Phone 328-2373 1912-20 Six month old German Shepherd Pure 329-0596 1875-19 Eleven aquariums, 10 to 3406 Lakewood Road 150 gal 1874-20 Puppies for sale Mother purebred Dalmatian. 328-1424. 1749-16 Wanted Toy Phone 328-2901. Pomeranian pup 1930-20 Four year old Pomeranian needs good home. Phone 327-7329 1931-20 Two left only Sealpomt Siamese kittens. each Phone 328- 0061. 1932-20 Purebred St. Bernard puppies Ready to go 545-6562, Bow island 1563-18 Purebred miniature Daschund pup- pies lor sale. Phone 328-6061. 1968-20 Spring gosslmgs for sale 50c Ib. live. 10 to 15 Ibs. Phone 642-2409. Warner. 1695-19 Hunting dogs, English Pointers. Pups and started dogs to All (rom Championship stock. PRAIRIE KENNELS, 328-4913 1562-25 English Bulldog registered, male, Bnndle, eight weeks old Phone 329- 4619 1793-18 Well trained five year old male dog to be given away Good with children Preler farm home Phone 327-2274, after 3'30 p m 1858-18 Registered German Shepherd, lemale four months, Also un- registered German Shepherd, female. 18 months. Tel 327- 4674. 1829-19 Irish Setter Pups Two males Sire' "Best in Show" winner, dam. finished Champion. Phone 288-3047. Calgary. 1907-24 Going away? Make reservations for irour pet. Southalta Boarding Kennels. Barnwell. 223-4130. C2297-27Oct. fwo male registered black and tan nmiature Dachshund puppies. 'hone 733-3647, New Dayton. 1910-24 M IUS1NESS OPPORTUNITIES established refrigeration sales ind service business m progressive louth Alberta city Retirement is the eason lor selling Inquiries to box 146, Herald. 1842-24 Wanted to purchase four to twenty lulte apartment or other investment jroperty to down layment. No agents. Write Box 145, Herald. 1841-24 GOING CONCERN Owner's retiring alter 27 years m this thriving restaurant, grocery, gift shop business located on Mam Street. Bow Island Includes land, building, equipment, inventory, etc for only full price M L.S. SUBWAY REALTY PHONE 329-4222 C2143-U SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "List with the Leader" Multiple Listing Service BUSY LOCATION Confectionery and Coffee Shop with neat living quarters (four rooms) in back. Ideal (or young couple. Business, equipment and stock. Phone Peggy Roelofs at 327-5892 for particulars Exclusive C2750-20 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S C5216-tf 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-tf "Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd College Mall phone 328-3331 Residential Commercial properties Farms and ranches. City or Town Lowest interest rales available First and second mortgages C2696-20 90 CONTRACTS Bobcat 1227 work done. Phone 327- 1346-6N Economy painting and decorating Very neat very reasonable Phone noon or evenings 328-4570 5542-tl Painters Qualified work guaranteed Free estimates Phone 328-6911 7169-tl Fences repaired, built Miscellaneous building Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, etc Hauling Jim 327-5087, 328-3983 2480A-tf J O CONCRETE Quality cement work and Bobcat work sidewalks, patios, driveways, etc Reasonable prices Phone 327- 3432 Free estimates 9885-tf Garage building, cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave S. Phone 327-6682 C7377-tf Fred Sterner cement work, old basements dug, water prooffmg In- sured, free estimates Phone 327- 8286. C3661-tf vVINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745 C1936-tf Do you want the dead trees on your property cut and removed Free es- timates. Reasonable rates Phone 752-3365. Raymond 1941-24 PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2 00 p m on Tuesday. October 30th 1Q73 fnr the following subcontracts for the addi- tion and renovations to the Lakeview School a) foundations, precast concrete, masonry, general framing, etc. b) Dry wall c) Roofing d) Electrical For further information and tender forms please contact Mr D B.Attwell at 433 i5lh St South. Lethbridge M V. Crumley Secretary-Treasurer Lethbridge School District No 51 049 AIRPORT RUNWAY PAVING TOWN OF CARDSTON NOTICE TO TENDERERS Sealed Tenders for paving of runway and taxi strip of approximately tons of hot mix asphalt will be receiv- ed by the Secretary-Treasurer, Town of Carston up to 2-00 p m. on the 29th of October, 1973 and opened in public at that time. Plans specifications and tender documents may be obtained from STRONG LAMB NELSON LTD 505 5th Avenue S E Calgary, Alberta T2G2T7 upon payment of the sum of 00 lor each set, which sum will be refunded (o the unsuccessful tenderers when plans and Specifications are returned in good condition within two weeks after the award ol the contract Each tender must be accompanied by either a Certified Cheque and Consent ol Surety, or a Bid Bond, payable to. TOWN OF CARDSTON m the amount ol not less than 10% of the tender price The successful tenderer must provide a Perfor- mance Guarantee Bond satisfactory to the Owner in an amount equal to 56% of the contract price The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted, The Owner reserves the right to waive any infor- malities in or reject any or all tenders, or to accept the tender deemed the most favorable m the interest ol the Owner Secretary-Treasurer TOWN OF CARDSTON OS1 DEATH KIRK HAM October 16, 1973, at Calgary, Ewen Phillips, beloved husband of Mrs. Geraldine Kirkham, of 7416 7 St. S.W., Calgary, belov- ed father of Mrs. Alf (Norah) Sedran, Miss Diane Kirkham, Miss Wendy Kirkham and Mr. Donald Kirkham all of Calgary. Also surviving are three brothers, Tom of Calgary, Jim and George both of Lethbridge; a sister, Mrs. Robert (Ruby) Kirkpatrick, Calgary. Born at Lethbridge, where he received his education, Mr Kirkham graduated as a bomber pilot in 1941, serving with the RCAF overseas and in North Africa. He moved to Calgary in 1951 and was engaged in the in- surance business operating Kirkham Insurance Ltd. Ser- vices will be held in Mclnnis and Holloway Funeral Chapel, Calgary at p.m. Cremation. In lieu of flowers memorial tributes may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation. McINNIS AND HOLLOWAY LTD., funeral directors, Calgary C2773 PUBLIC NOTICES INVITATION TO TENDER Furniture Furnishings lor the LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY Lethbridge, Alberta Sealed tenders for the supply and in- stallation of Furniture and Furnishings for the LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY will be received up to two oclock pm Mountain Stan- dard Time. Thursday November 1st. 1973 al the office of Robins Mitchell Watson Architects Engineers, 529 6th Street South. Lethbridge, Alberta Tender documents are available from the architects Robins Mitchell Watson after 1 00 p m Tuesday. October 16th, 1973 Each lender must be accompanied by either a bid bond or certified che- que in the amount of 10% of the tender THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED 044 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT CANADA TENDERS SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned and marked 'Tender lor Relocate Airport's Surveillance Radar (ASR-5) al Calgary International Airport. Calgary, Alberta" will be received up to 3-00 p m Mountain Standard Time on November 6, 1973 Plans specifications and lender documents may be obtained on application to the Ministry of Tran- sport, Regional Supply Officer, Room 894, Federal Building, 9820 107th St. Edmonton, Alberta upon receipt of a certified cheque for 00 made payable to the Receiver General ol Canada Plans and specifications will be on display at the Builders Ex- changes m Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta, Saskatoon and Regma, Saskatchewan. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Vancouver B C Southam Building Reports. Winnipeg Mannoba and In- dustrial Construction Centre Ltd, Burnaby, B C D J Dewar Western Regional Administrator 038 TENDERS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, LETHBRIDGE Sealed tenders will be received by the Architects until 5 00 p m., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8th. 1973, for the construction of an ADDITION AND ALTERATIONS to the existing building General Contractors may obtain Plans and Soecifications from the Architects upon a deposit of S100.00, refundable providing that all documents are returned unmarked and m good condition not later than ten days after the closing of tenders Sub-Contractors may examine Plans and Specifications at the Lethbridge and Calgary Construction Associa- tion offices, and bids shall be sub- mitted m accordance with the rules and regulations of the Alberta Bid Depository Ltd through the Lethbridge branch General Contractors shall enclose wnn tneir tenders either a bid bond issued by a recognized surety com- pany or a certified cheque in the amount of 10% of the total tender price The successful Contractor will be re- quired to furnish a Performance Bond in the amount of 50% of the Contract The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. LURIE NEUFELD ARCHITECTS ENGINEERS, 309 Sixth Street South, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 055 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE DESIGN-BUILD TENDERS CONSTRUCTION OF LETHBRIDGE ANIMAL SHELTER Sealed tenders clearly marked on the envelope as to contents, will be received at the Office of the Purchas- ing Agent, Cily Store, 280 5th Street North, Lethbridge. Alberta until 200 pm M S.T. TUESDAY, OCTOBER aotn. 1973 for the construction of a Lethbridge Animal Shelter Plans and specificia- tion may be obtained at the Office of the Purchasing Agent, 280 5 Street North Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond payable to the City Treasurer. City of Lethbndge, for a sum not less than 5% of the tendered price and a Con- sent of Surety Form for the Perfor- mance Guarantee Bond described in the Specifications A bond in the amount ol 50% of the total tender sum will be required ol the successful tenderer for the faithful performance of the contract The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted W PONECH PURCHASING AGENT 052 MERTZ Carl Theodore, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, October 16th, 1973, at the age of 67 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mable Nelson Mertz of Stirling. Mr. Mertz was born in Stirling on September 6th, 1906 His parents were early settlers of the Stirling District, coming from Switzerland at the turn of the Century. They were Honorable hardworking citizens, and raised their three sons to be this way Carl established the Bridge Service Station on the Old Coutts Highway in 1934. and when the Highway moved he did too and improved his station, until he had a successful and a reliable business. He recently retired and his son Alvm had taken over the operations of the business. He continued to live close by. raising some livestock, and assisting when needed He was always a good neighbor, and passed away while giving assistance to a passerby needing help He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife Mable: one Son. Alvin of Stirling: two daughters Mrs. Paul (Verna) Loewen of Valleyview and Mrs. Victor (Maxine) D'Andrea of Readymade, nine grandchildren, two brothers. William of Stirling and Ervin of Vancouver. Funeral services will be held, in the Stirling L D S Chapel on Friday. October 19th at 2 p.m., with Bishop Marvyn W Hogenson officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Stirling Cemetery Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the Service in the Relief Society Room of the Church CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C2774 WETSELAAR Passed away in the city on Wednesday. October 17. 1973, Mrs Lillian Wetselaar at the age of 68 years of Lethbridge, beloved wife of the late Dirk Wetselaar. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS LTD Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2775 away on Monday, October Ivy Cullen. age 69 years, beloved wife of William Cullen of Fort Macleod. The funeral service will be held in Trinity United Church on Friday at 2 p.m., Captain R Butcher of- ficiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to Care Canada, the Fort Pharmacy. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C2777 away in Calgary on Monday. October 15, 1973, Ivy Blanche Green, aged 60 years, beloved wife of George Green of Pincher Creek. Born in Olds. Alberta, she was raised in the Acme District. She married George Green in Calgary in 1936 and they moved to the Beaver Mines District. They resided at Lousanna for a few years and then returned to the fami- ly homestead in Pincher Creek, where she has resided until her passing Besides her husband she is survived by two sons. Leonard of Pincher Creek. Lyle of Bellevue; five daughters. Mrs. E. (Lillian) Lischewski of Jasper. Mrs. Elliott, of Pincher Creek, Mrs. D. (Linda) Jones of Bellevue, Mrs. L. (Laura) Dingreville of Cowley, Mrs. M. (Lucille) Purcha, of Pincher Creek, 22 grandchildren and five sisters. Funeral service will be held in Pincher Creek United Church Friday at p.m.. Rev. R. Putman of- ficiating. Interment in Fair- view Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD. Pincher Creek, C2776 IN MEMORIAM, DLUSKI In loving memory of a dear brother and father, John Victor, who pass- ed away October 18, 1966. missed by Ludwik and family 1913 CARD OF THANKS LETHBRIDGE BUDDHIST CHURCH We wish to ex- press our appreciation to everyone who nave made our Annual Chow Mein Supper and Bazaar a successful one. Your support, donation of articles and food were much appreciated. Thank you. Lethbridge Buddhist Church, 1303 13th St. North. The Raffle Draw 1st. J. Okamura 2nd. Mrs. Furukawa 3rd. C. Sakamoto T Tomomitsu M Takeda 4th. Smitany S. Nishikawa V. Urano D Ohno ____________________C2763 HOUSING STARTS DOWN WASHINGTON (AP) Housing construction declined sharply in the United States during September due to high interest rates on a dwindling supply of mortgage money, the commerce department reports. Privately owned housing starts in September were at an annual rate of units, down from two million units in August and 2 4 million a year ago. WIVMCI iv, IRE kc i Kidnapper killed in shootout HAVANA (Renter) An anti-Castro gunman who held the Belgian and French am- bassadors hostage for more than 24 hours died of wounds received in a shootout with Cuban security forces, the Cuban ministry said The kidnapper was captured and the two hostage diplomats freed unharmed in a rescue operation Wednesday directed personally by Premier Fidel Castro. The gunman, a Cuban in his 30s. was taken to hospital where he died on the operating table Wednesday afternoon, said a ministry communique quoted by Havana radio Both French Ambassador Pierre Anthomoz and Belgian Ambassador Jean Somerhausen were unharmed The gunman had earlier threatened to kill himself and the two diplomats unless he was granted a safeconduct flight out of Cuba Castro sat in a Jeep outside the heavily guarded French embassy compound during the rescue operation which lasted just a few minutes. The kidnapper who iden- tified himself as Miguel de la Paz, had been holding the two envoys as hostages at the em- bassy since Tuesday after- noon The hostage drama ended when the French ambassador returned from the foreign ministry where he had talks on the kidnapper's demands. B.C. lawyer on Turner team OTTAWA (CP) Finance Minister John Turner has an- nounced the names of three new assistants. John Swift, a Montreal native who is a British Colum- bia lawyer, has taken over as executive assistant from Michael Hunter who has returned to B.C. to practise' law. Murray K i e r a n s a chartered accountant who recently graduated in law from the University of Western Ontario, has taken over as special assistant from Peter Vivian Mr. Vivian is teaching law at Western On- tario Michel Leduc of Montreal and Ottawa, who replaces Georges Portelance who has returned to Montreal. Mr. Leduc was employed by the department of student affairs at Ottawa University before taking the new position. 62 persons die on weekend THE CANADIAN PRESS Seven persons, including five members ol one family, who died in a two-car collision near Smicoe Ont were among at least 62 persons who lost their lives accidentally across Canada during the weekend A survey by The Canadian Press from 6pm local time Friday to midnight Sunday night showed 54 were killed in traffic, four died in lires. one drowned and three died in other accidents The weekend traffic toll, added to the 35 road deaths during the week, brings to 2.- 833 the unofficial total of traf- fic deaths in Canada so far this year Quebec had the highest weekend death toll with 23 killed on the road and two from asphyxiation Ontario had 21 traffic fatal- ities, including the seven- death mishap, and one death in a fire In British Columbia, four persons died in traffic, one drowned and one died in a fire Alberta reported three traf- fic fatalities and one death m a plane crash, two persons died in a fire in New- foundland and New Brunswick. Manitoba and Saskatchewan each had one traffic fatality Nova Scotia and Prince Ed- ward Island were fatahty- fiee The survey does not include industrial accidents, slayings or known suicides Harvard man Nobel winner STOCKHOLM (Reuter) The 1973 Nobel Prize for Eco- nomics was awarded today to Prof. Wassily Leontief of Har- vard University The S120.000 prize, given by Sweden s Central Bank, was awarded tor his development of the input-output method and its application to impor- tant economic problems Leontief was born in Russia Aug 5. 1906. and received his doctorale in economics in Berlin in 1946 He became professor of economics at Harvard University in 1946. He lounded the Harvard Economic Research Project in 1939 and is still director of that institution This 5-way deluxe music system has big name quality. But the price is still low! With an AGS stereo tuner and Garrard record changer 169 98 You're bound to enjoy the tremendous value of this 5-way deluxe music system by two well-known component manufacturers, almost as much as you'll enjoy the quality sounds. The system features an AGS solid state FM and FM stereo with sep- arate rotary controls for bass, treble, balance and volume, AFC to lock in stations and digital channel read-out. Built-in 8-track tape player plays automatically or manually with the program changer button. Full size Garrard automatic record changer has cueing lever and dual needles. Includes heavy duty 6" widerange speakers. Molded base and smoke colored acrylic dust cover. WWWWSA WVVWWXA VVAAAAAAAA WVVWVXAA A A 90 3? 96 ion i ioi mm MO 600 WO TAPE PLAYER Sears Need it now? Gel it now with a Sears AII-Purpose Account Simpsons-Sears Ltd. at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee or money refunded and free delivery Store Hours: Open Daily from 9 30 a m. to 5.30 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 30 a m to p.m. Centre Village Mall, Telephone 328-9231 ;