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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED OIL FIELD GRAD- er and cat operators wanted, as well as truck drivers. Phone 526-4146, Med- icine Hat Charlie or Don. 9427-13 COUPLES WORK TOG ETH E R building a business. Start part time end giow. We train. Write Box 52, Herald, for interview. 65 HELP WANTED 76 SEWING SERVICES RETIRED' LIKE PEOPLE? YOU can earn extra money In exciting part Ijmo work individuals or couples. Write Box 53, Herald, for Fnterview. 9389-8 GENERAL LAUNDRY HELP; ALSO wish (Icor helper Apply in person to Ray McNeill, Conadian Linen Supply Co. Ltd., 1818 3rd Ave. S. Cl 849-13 MATURE, PERSONABLE JOURNEY- man mechanic to run shop in SCO car dealershio. State work record. Will negotiate salary All replies treated with strict confidence. Write Box 54, Herald._______________________Cl 848-10 Second or Third year appren- tice or Licenced Mechanic wanted for used car recon- ditioning. Write Box 51, Herald. C183013 Automobile Sales Person Selt-sfcrter, anxious to earn 'a the to bracket. TK's posi- tion carries a good salary com- mission and other fringe benefits. Opening available due to retirement. All enquiries treated with confidence. Write Box S5. Herald. C1847-10 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL WANTED SECRETARY-GOOD TYP- Ing speed and accuracy, general secre- tarial and bookkeeping experience. Please submit application to Box 37, Herald. 8995-8 POSITION AVAILABLE FOR LEGAL secretary with Pitman Shorthand. Ex- cellent working conditions. Reoly Sox 11, Herald. Personal interview to be arranged. C1550-tfh EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH E R required by Bank of Montreal, Mayor Magrath Drive Branch. Please phone or apply in person to Miss G. Da Vos. C1767-11 SEWING SERVICES AND ALTERA- tions. Phone 328-6155. 9434-10 CUSTOM DRAPES MADE. REA- sonable. Phone 328-3618. 9145-11 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT DANCE BAND FOR ALL OCCASIONS. VINCE DITRICH. 327-1790. 8469-225 EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SEP. VICE-DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328-2867. THE MOON GLOWS Music for all occasions PHONE DON CODY 327-6592, AFTER 7 P.M 9701-tfh 78 LOST AND FOUND 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL SHOP FOREMAN To supervise camper and Fifth wheel p'ert ft Hiah River. The person chos- en v.'il! sjp3rvis2 and train men and riuct possess aci'ity to administer and delegate resncnsicility Knowledge of R V an asset Reply Bronco l-d'-sfircs "Ltd. PO Bex 1119, Hifh River, g.ving experience and salary expected 9431-13 CAMPER MANUFACTURER RE- c.'ires .'ha are n fu'l ITB e.- oyrrfr.t U d perso--'1 1 ed i V nave i cf T g e'cc cr ca." y lid1.- ,-s Ltd f- 0 ,x ire, River giving ard S3'ary expected. EXPERIENCED COOKS REQUIRED. Apply Mr. Doug Kaytor, Marquis Hotel. C1780-8 REQUIRED. Apply in Bridge Res- taurant. C1727-29S EXPERIENCED ers required. Apply Mr. Ian Whitting- ton, Morquis Hoiel C17S2-8 PART TIME MOTEL CLEANING helo Saturday and Sunday only. 328-5591. Cl 836-8 9430-13 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Canada's fastest growing distributor of freezer feeds, direct to cansumer 'e. rep- Experience in direct sales heiptL'l bit not essential Must have transportation and he prepared to vork nard Above earnings rap.d advancement far accepted applicant. WAITER WAITRESS WANTED Part time. Apply in person, Mr. Tama- gi, Outrider, El Rancho Motor Hotel. j C1E37-10 WAITRESSES WAITERS AND ccoks for coffee srcp Desk cleric fcr shir? work. Apply in person, Leth- e-ridge Hotel. _______ C1768-11 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WAIT- er. Apply in person to Maiorette Res- taurant. (Not open on Sundays and holidays. Close every day at 8 C1613-10 LOST EIGHTEEN CAONTH OLD NEUTERED MALE Sealpoint Siamese. Answers to "Sam 2415 8th Ave. A N. Phone 327-6460. 8944-1 LOST WEDNESDAY MORNING BE- twse-i six miles north cf Taber and Lethfaridge 12 x 24 canvas tarp. Phone Miyanaga Farms, 223-8202, Tab- er 9334-tf LOST--------GREEN STONE PIERCED earring, set in gold af Lion's Foci. Gold loop earring lost at Senator Bu- charan Playground. Reward. Phone 328-8698. I LOST FULL GROWN MALE CAT. Black and white. Vicinity of Fleet- v-'-tc1 Bawden ard 10th Ave. So Please phone 328-0153 after 6-00 p m 9222-7 79 PERSONAL EXERCISE FOR HEALTH AND WEIGHT CONTROL. PHONE 327-2151 9-30 A M.-S 8331-27S 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ________ Friday, September 7, 1973 THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD 13 t RESTAURANT IN LETHBRIDGE Hotel for Apply In person. 0050-Jf YOUR CHANCE TO BUY AN INDE- pendent grocery store In irrigated district of southern Alberta. Excellent revenue for family or individual. Write Box 31, Herald. 8771-7 STORE FOR RENT AT PRESENT established confectionery. With living quarters and garage. Also satisfactory for other of business. Located at 328 131h St. N Phone 328-2150. <113-tf RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3rd Avenue Phone 328-9216 M.L.S. Reciters WAREHOUSE FOR SALE Solid concrete block building, 30.x'Sx 16 ft. high in "Light Industrial" zoned location on north side. Too large for present owner. Excellent for ware- house storage. MLS. B621. C1783-7 BIRTH JOHNSRUDE Howard and Carol are pleased to announce the birth of a son, Shawn An- thony, born August 29, 1973. Insured. 9439 DEATHS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. j PHONE 328-3331 "List with the Leader" Multiple Listing Service Exceptional value Act now on this 18 motel Call Barry Marquardson at 328-0201. M L S. C1822-r. 68 DOMESTIC FHONE 329-023.! 9129-13 AREA MANAGER poo i red part-tim? to a cre.v drl'Uvrtim of third mat' mat- Must have dry storage SMCS and full- car Free 1o eveninqs end Saturdays. Hourly plus allowances WRITE FULL DETAILS AND PHONE NUMBER TO BOX SO, HERALD NEED SITTER TO SIT-IN. PHONE :29-438S, after 6 p.m. TO2-10 BABYSITTER REQUIRED FOR TWO pre-school children. To come in, Phor.s 327-8205 9" 09-10 PERSON TO DO HOUSECLEANING ha'f day, twice weekly. 328-9962 morn- ings or 327-OS26, after 5 p.m. 9251-8 HOUSEKEEPER REQUIRED FOUR school age children. P.O. Box 162. I LEthbridse. E707-11S LADY FOR HOUSE CLEANING ONE aay a week Meaoows ares 327- 6077 after 7 p.m 9433-10 WE'RE SAILING! Bin Lethbrldoe Salvation Army Sea Scouts. Boys 11-14 I ;27-8101, 327-3742 92W-S j WOULD MR. DAVID NORMAN ED- vcrd Gibson Blease contact Mr and G. Goldthorpe. 9190-8 BABYSITTER REQUIRED IN COAL- dale for one child. Phone 345-3170 or CAPABLE MATURE PERSON FOR general duties day care centre Phone 328-5057. MANAGER TRAINEE Ideal career opportunity for youthful aggressive person, with one of Can- ada's fastest growing retailors m and boys' clcthinq Person must ee reliable ano rtat in appearance, grade 12 education preferred Exper- lenco not necessary. Apply in person only and Boys' Wear Department Woolco Department Stores to Mr Wotherspocn or Foster 9428-8 I BABYSITTER WANTED TO COME in Monday to Friday. Phone 326-f741. BABYSITTER REQUIRED FOR three year old boy in your home College Mall area. 328-3221, alter 6 p.m__________9331-8 silter to corne in cr live in. Acproxi- mate hrs.. 8 a m, to 3 p m. 328-3860. 9143-tf WANTED RELIABLE, OLDER lady nesded Immediately for two chil- dren, new home, no mother, live-in. Phone Fort Macleod 234-3873. C172B-8 Sears Requires i MATURE PERSON FOR BABYSIT- tmq five days a week Monday TO Friday. Two pre-schoolers. References 1 required. Write Box 13. Herald On a casual basis i 69 FARM ______ EXPERIENCED PERSON FOR mixed farm. Year round employment. Phone between 7-8 a.m. 1-684-3563, Blackie. 9265-12 PERSON TO INSTALL DRAPERY i rnMBINE ODS, ALUMINUM DOORS AND WIN- SEVERAL COMBINfc GOD KNOWLEDGE OF CAR- operators and A p DOWS'. GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF CAR PENTRY AN ASSET. APPLY IN PERSON TO Personnel Department Simpsons Sears Centre Village Mall C1835-H oper m the Calgary-Red Deer-Dawscn Creek I area Henry Matteotti Farms. Phone 327-7191. "33-12 DIVORCED 38 YEAR OLD FARM worker, like to meet lady for fun dates. Man loves to dance, movies, travel, other run things. Box 39, Herald. 906o-o ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-S049 or 328-32-16, after 7.30 p.m. LONELY' JOIN OUR FUN AND Friends Club. Card parties, chess, dance parties. Over 25 to under 100 years. You can come alone We will you acquainted. Office hours l-lo p.m. 329-0953 BIRTH CONTROL AND INFORMATION Centre Counselling irtfcrmaticn ano referrals concerning birth control, V.D preanancies, sterilization Group p-esentations available 542 7tn St. S Phone 328-0196 ROYAL TRUST 323 7th ST. S. Phone 328-7768 COAST-TO-COAST REALTORS TABER New three level six-piax located in all new area. Features five two-bed- room suites and one one-bedroom suite. Total potential revenue per year less expenses. Price includes stoves, refrigerators, coin ooerated washer and dryer and hot waTer heat- ing. Trades accepted. MLS. COALDALE Exceptionally well kept tnree year old fourplex in excellent location Shews good return on equity. Stoves, refrig- erators, coin operated washer and dry- er included In full price cf j Call RAY LAVALLEY 345-3462 to j view. M L.S. Ci709-1f DEATH SMYTH Passed away on Thursday, September 6, 1973, Alexander Reid Smyth, age SO years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mabel Smyth of Pincher Creek. Born in Belfast, North Ireland, he came to Lethbridge and Cal- gary in 1908. v.-here he worked as a. grocer. He later moved to Hillspring. where he farmed until retiring to Pincher Creek in 1967. He was married to Mabel Clirasnhaga in 1943. The funeral service will be held in Hillspring LDS Chapel. Satur- day at p.m Bishop Shel- don Wynder officiating, assist- ed by Rev. Ronald Harris. In- terment in Hillspring Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, Box 637, Pincher Creek Funeral ar- rangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C1858 DEATHS TURBIARZ Stefan (Tur- passed away in the city after a short illness on Sep- tember 4, 1973 at the age of 76 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Sofia Turfaiarz of 842-12 St. N. Requiem Mass will be cele- brated Saturday. September 8, 1973 at a.m. in St. Pat- rick's Catholic Church, with Father J. A. Carroll as Cele- brant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Section of Moun- tain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Cha.psl. Friday (tonight) Sept. DEATHS YVILLETTS Mrs. Elizabeth Davidson, passed away Friday, September 7, 1973. at the age j of 68 years, beloved wife of Norman WLUetts, of 449 19th St. N. Funeral services will be an- nounced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral arrangements. C1857 F U N ERA L HOME LTD. Directors cf Fun- eral Service. C185S PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO TENDERERS! Tenders will be accepted until noon September 12, 1973 for v.eekly garbage collections in that oart of Imorove- menr District No. 5 lying West of Blai'mcre For details contact. I. D. No 5 Ad- visory Committee, c-o C H Alien, Chairman, Box 97, Coleman, AlBerta A6i FAMILIES CF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION', CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH- BRIDGE, ALBEPTA SHIRLEY, JEAK. HSS-tfh 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRIC lawn mower rebuilding service. Sarc Repair Ltd 1011 3rd Ave. S. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dsters, etc. Same day service 1233 2nd S Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf KIRBY VACUUM SALE5 AND SER- VICE KIRBY COAAPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 326-8962. C3751-tf CONCRETE BASEMENT FORMS FOR rent. Phone Peter Simons and Sons Construction Ltd 327-6052. ASTRO REALTY LTD. Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 "TRANSPORT BUSINESS" Lucrative Lefrtbridce trucking business for sale. Good hauls and contracts Al- berta and Saskatchewan running rights Becks open to serious buyers This is s five man operation Reason for selling health. Exclusive "CALL AN ASTRO REALTOR" APARTMENT BUSINESS Three by fourplex '12 suites) only two years old Each suite has own forced air furnace, hot water tank, stove, re- frigerator and drapes. These units show a very good return and must te seen to be appreciated. MLS "CALL AN ASTRO REALTOR" r-WfTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vlcesfc on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lavJn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No job too large or too small LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 505 3rd Ave. 327-WSe. C7S53-M 84 GARDENING AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PLANNED CAREER GROWTH IN CONSUMER FINANCE This position offers the riohl nelson fln opportunity for planned advarcp- merit vuthin a nation-wide consumer I finance organization You will start m the- cusfoT.er service field the "grass roots" of consumer financing As yoa develop manage- ment opportunities will be opened to vou with commensurate increases in earnings. App'icants should haw some college tramino or a High School diploma and business experience. A pood driving record is essential We offer a good starting salary, plus literal employee cenefits. Write or telephone for an appointment Mr. E. T. Endresen CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED College Shopp'no Mall teilibridge. Albs'la Phone 328-2381 C 18.16-10 Also, teacher of junior grades, Hutter- its Colony DUies to commence October 1st cr as soon as ocssible wilh oersonal details by Sep- tember 20th, 1973 to: SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS BOX 219 PINCHER CREEK ALBERTA TOK 1VVO (Tel. LANDSCAPING, SALES AND MOV- inq of mature trees. Spruce Tree Farms Ltd., 328 5806. 9002-31oct. ROTOTILLING, LANDSCAPING AND new lawns seeded. Phone 329-0364. 3600-tf MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- Ing Call 328-2094 or 327-1C23 7030-tf POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre 328-2509. C4658-tf PREPAP.E YOUR CHILD FOR school in a Department cf Education approved Kindergarten. Phone 357-1840. 9045-S SOUP CHICKENS FOR SALE sic each Wilson Colony, phone 527-947; "35-8 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES _____________________________ I REGISTERED LABS 327-6377. SO? 7 St N. 9366-8 i FREE FOUR MALE cross pups. Phone 32S-6293. SETTER 9364-10 LOVABLE PUPPIES. PHONE 337-1605. 9340-8 THREE LITTLE KITTENS WANT A home. 323-0931. 9148-7 LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ecrllcatlorn fnr d nas'tiorr- SHIPPER RECEIVER (Temporary) Duties' To perform receiving-shipping duties in tne purchasing department. --Delivery of goods necessary trips for mail, bank- ing and local pickups Qualifications of shipping and receiving procedures drivers licence appearance personality bold willing worker Application deadlirte September 1973 Interested persons should apply In writing to Director of Personnel LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 327-2141, Ext. 216 C1850-10 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES j H R BLOCK INCOME TAX COUS5E JOB ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE BEST STUDENTS Tnouiands are earning good money ii j the growing field of income tax prep- i i oration. I NOW H AND R BLOCK CAN- ADA'S LARGEST INCO.UE TAX SERVICE WILL TEACH YOU TO PREPARE INCOME TAX RETURNS IN A SPECIAL 13'i WEEK TUITION COURSE. CLASSES CONVENIENTLY SCHEDULED TO ACCOMMODATE WORKING STUDENTS AND HOUSE- i WIVES. CURRICULUM INCLUDES PRACTICE PROBLEMS, TAUGHT BY EXPERIENCED BLOCK IN- STRUCTORS. EXPERIENCED j SALES REPRESENTATIVE Required immediately by Canada's fastest growing guaranteed lamp com- j pany. You Introduce our complete line i of long-life bulbs, lubes and fixtures to every type of business in your area. These specialized guaranteed products are now being used by dot- ens of Canada's foremost companie5. Our repeat business factor is over 75" i. Full commissions paid weekly. No investment necessary Car essential. Persons over 40 welcome. Full time or side line. Local manager available to assist a self-starter, who is seek- irq a 9 to S opportunity in their Heal area. For Full Details Phone Lethbridge 327-2814 Collect 9339-8 NOTICE TO i CONTRACTORS Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned until 12 noon September 1973 for the ditchinc. Installing and backtilling of approximately 450 feet I of sewer line plus the construction rf mar.nolcs: in block 24, plan 6S03, C U Coleman, Alberta All materials will I be supplied. For details contact John Navratil, Coleman, Alberto i Lowest or any lender not necessar- I ily accepted A65 INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders for the construction of three reinforced concrete chute drop structures located near Broxburn, Alberta v.il] b-s rccr-ivsd at the office cf the Irrigation District up to a m local time, September 75, Security will be required. Copies of the drawings and specifications may be obtained from the Irrigation Dis- trict cr from Design and Construction Division, Administration Building, Lethbridge, on or after September 11. 1973, upon de- posit cf S25.00 in cheque, made pay- able to the Board of Directors The Board reserves the right to reject any or all tenders. The Board of Directors The St. Mary Rivfr Irrigation District Lethbridge, Alberts. SIS THG9Y Bert Leonard, be- loved husband of Beatrice Thody of Coleman, passed away at his Coleman residsnce on Tuesday. September 4. 1973. at age 35 years. He was born in Windthorst, Sask on March 20. He came to Coleman in 1959. he has resided since. At the time of his death he was employed at Phillips Cables as an insulator techni- cian. He also worked for Becker Drilling in Blairmore. Before coining to Coleman. he resided in Calgary, vv-here he had been employed by Riggins Roofing and while there mar- ried the former Beatrice Yous- chuck. He was a rr.embsr Of the Coleman Elks Lodge. He was predeceased by one sister. Mrs. Gwen Batters in Wind- thorst. Sask. Besides his wife. Beatrice, he is survived by two children. Cindy Marie and Tracy Anne at home: his par- Mr and Mrs. Esrt Thody of Windthorst. Sisk four brothers. Gordon of Gremell. Sask Mcrvin of Calgary. John of Retina. Wayne of Thomp- son. Manitoba, thiee sisters. Mrs Maxine Schreihar. Mrs. W. Deans, both of Cal- gary, Mrs M. Dona i Schmike. Edmonton. a A for- merly of Hillcresi, Alberta passed away m Algiers. Africa on Saturday, September 1. 1973 at ag 37 Mr. Freeman was born m Bentley. Alberta and was an employee of Pan Oceanic Drilling of Calgary. j SEGBOER Passed away on Friday. September 7. 1973, Abraham Segboer, beloved hus- b d of Marie Segboer of Fort Macleod. The funeral ser- j hdd T r i n j t y 1 United church, Monday at 3.30 ;P.ir... Peter Walker officiating minister. Interment in Union Cemetery. F u n e r a 1 arrange- ments by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD Fort Macleod. C1360 GRIFFIN _ Passed awav on Thursday September 6. iislds. he resided in Hillcrest __. TT -L for more than ten years He JeW in Trinity United Churcn, married his late wife the form- Monday at p.m. Pete, er Margaret Diane Youngberg Walker officiating minister ji- of Hillcrest in June 1904 torment in Union Cemetery, sides his wife he was prede-' Friends who wish may donate ceased by a daughter. Tracy' to Hospital Aid, care of Dians both on I. Mrs. Nora Pemn. Funeral ar- 1973 in Algiers, his lather rangements by EDEN S FL- James in 1930. one sister Bev XERAL HOME LTD, Fort erly in 1960 and a brother Del- Macleod bert in 1904. Survivors include two brothers. Allan of Yorkton. Sask Dannis of Okotoks: three sisters. Phyllis Saw ley of Nan- ton and Marie Nvman and Shir- CIS.-.1! Thursday. Septetn- ber 6 1973, Clara Mae, aged 54 years, beloved wife of El- ley Hyelemland and his mother mer Jones, Vulcan, passed J.Irs. Bessie McKay ail of Red away suddenly after ill- Deer: one daughter. T e e n a j ness Born in Champion, has Marie one son. Lome i resided in Vulcan since 1941. Flovd (six i She was president of the La- FREE.MAX M a r g a r et dies' Auxiliary, Royal Cana- Diane j dian Legion in Vulcan, a mem- of Hillcrest passed away in Al- oi the Royal Purple. Be- giers Africa en Saturday. Sep sides her husband, she is sur- tember 1. 1973 at a5e 31 years vivcd by three daughters. Mrs. She was born in Hillcresi. Jan-i 0. (Gloria Jean) Hrycyk, Leth- usry 18. 1S42, whers she at- tended school. She married her bridge, Ruth of Lethbridge, Dorame of Vulcan; two sons. late husband Flojd A. Free- 1 Robert of Leihbridge, Kenneth of Vulcan three grandchil- man in June 19fi4 and the couple lived in Hillcrest until about one year ago when they moved to Algiers. Besides her dren: two brothers, Roy How- arton of Calgary, Bill Howar- ton of Pine Point, N.W.T. Also C1851 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS FOR SALE SILVER TOY POODLE. Seven weeks, male, looking tor some- one to love. 9224-8 PUREBRED GERMAN SHEPHERD Duppies for sale Phone 328-0828 9J3S-10 ST SERMARD MALE, PURE- Old 752 12o7, Rsyii-vo.-a S437-10 WANTED GOOD HOME FOR FE- Siamese kitten. S? Phone 318- 7S23. SV.ALL FEMALE PUPPY TO BE tjiven away to good home. Phone 227- i 3345. 9347-17 MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 CMU-tl MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing In small a n il old homes Call CITY REALTY AMD INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South, C7769-tf SEALED TENDERS will be received by Ihe undersicned up to 11 o'clock A M Standard Time en Friday, Sep- tember 21, 1973, for the following work- CONSTRUCTION OF A PRECAST PRESTRESSED CONCRETE GIRD- ER GRADE SEPARATION TO CARRY HIGHWAY ?8 OVER HIGH- WAY 37 AT GIBBONS Contracts and specifications be -ibtalnea at the Office of the Chief Bridge Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton; Office cf ihe District Engi- neer, Administration Building. Leih- bridge; and Office of the District En- gineer, Highways Building, Calgary and will be available only to indivi- duals domiciled and operating in the Pravir.es of Alfcerta. cr to partner- ships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed 'pises of busiraas in the Prov- ince of Alberta A deposit of Twenty- Five Dollars (525.00) will be required for each copy of Contract and Specifi- cations taken. Eacti bid must be ac- companied by a marked cheque or bond equal to of fender. Tenders will be opened m public. The lowest I or any tender not necessarily ac- I copied V E McCune 1 DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT REGISTERED COLLIE PUPS CHAM- pion s.red. Phone 1-677-2269, Rosebud, Alberta 9337-12 PUREBRED GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies for saie Phone 327-6801 after 4 p.m. V338-8 Enrolment is open men and women of all ages. No previous training or ex- perience required j I For complete details, call: Roy A. Aldous i H R BLOCK 815-THIRD AVE. SO. PHONE 327-3712 EVENINGS PHONE 327-8126 FOR SALE REGISTERED BLACK miniature poodle pups. Phone 223-3870, Taber. 9267-8 C1730-295 75 MUSIC TEACHERS MUSIC LESSONS BAND INSTRU- ments. V. Ditrich, 327-1790. 9433-22 VIOLIN LESSONS. O.B. BENTSEN, A.N.C.M., 63J 51st St. S. Phone 327- SUSAN YOUNG GARRIE B.A.BYU; A. U of A Is now accepting students In piano, voice, and theoretical sublects. 10U 7th St. N. 326-9411. 8W-7 MOESGAARD STRAIN GERMAN shwthair pups Field trial champion bloadlines, gantle tempcrment. Reg- istered. Phone 329-1371 911 Mf RCADY TO GO FIVE WEEK OLD Dane pups. Used for show, pets or guard. Star Dane Kennels, Box 128, Coaldale 9365-20 MOVING MUST SACRIFICE MY SEV- en month old Alaskan Malamute Hus- kie Excellent with children. Free to kind loving family. 328-5947. 9336-1 HUNTERS Registered Britany Spaniel 12 "and 13 weeks old. Permanent DHL shots. Phone G. A. Addy, 1-223-8363, Taber. LESSONS PIANO, ORGAN, THE- ory. Students prepared for Dsnnis Whiteley, A. Mus. T.C.L. A.R C.O. Registered music teachw. 4th Avenut South. 329-3250. 7674-J6S Still Available! EVERGREENS SHADF TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA. 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS CKMO.tf Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. College Mall, Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Lowest interest rates available First and second mortgages. C1591-1 90 CONTRACTS FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 328-3963 2480A-tf ECONOMY PAINTING AND DECOR, ating. Very neat, very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 358-4570 PAINTERS. QUALIFIED W O R K guaranteed. Free estimates. Phone 328-6911. 7169-tf QUALITY CEMENT WORK SIDE- walks, patios, driveways, etc. Rea- sonable prices. Phone 327.3432. Free estimates. 6007-S25 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone C7377-tf FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- lured, fret estimates. Phone 327-8J86. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING PHONE JONES ROOFING, C1936.1I ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK Good workmanship and prompt ser- vice. Reasonable. Phona Mike Harbui. 327-3316 or 328-1616, 7573-8S DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT OESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION DIVISION I Sealed lenders will be received by the undersigned up to 2.30 p.m. Edmonton time on September 21, 1973 at the De- sign and Construction Division Office located on tnp 4th floor of the Milner Building, 10040 104 Street, Edmonton, Alberta for the ren-.ovai and reclama- tion cf derelict vehicles There are approximately derelict vehicles ot about 74 different sitos throughout the Province of Alberta. The main items of work are BS follows: A. Removal of derelict vehicles from collection sites B. Recyc'ing of ferrous materials con- stituting said removed vehicles. Tenders shall be clearly marked: "Re- moval and Reclamation of Derelict Vehicles Project No. 1." Sits locations and specifications may be obtained from the office located at the above address, on deposit of S25.00 by cash or certified cheque made payable to the Provincial Treasurer of the Prov- ince of Alberta. Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond made payable to the Provincial Treasurer, equal to lQro of the tender, an under- taking on the part cf the proposed sure- ty and such othsr forms as specified in the tender documents. Tenders will bo opened In public The lowest, or any tender, will not necessarily be accepted F. E Ballantyne, D VM Minister THODY Leonard Jr. beloved son of Be- atrice Thody and the late Bert Thody of Coleman, passed away at his Coleman res- idence on Tuesday, September 4, 1973, at age 12 years. Born in Calgary on May 27. 1951, hs wss a grade six student at the Horace Allan School in Cole- man. Surviving Beaver are his mother. Beatrice; tvro sisters and his maternal and paternal grandparents. Prayers will be said in Fantin's Coleman Chap- el on Friday at p.m. (to- Double funeral sen-ices will be held in Fantin's Cole- man Chapel on Saturday, Sep- tember 8 at a.m vvith Rev. Tim Connally officiating. Interment will follow in the Coleman Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations will ba gratefully accepted for the Irene Coover Memorial Schol- arship Fund, care of the Ca- nadian Imperial Bank of Com- merce, Coleman. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C1S52 JOHNSOX Of Yauxhall passed at Lethbridge. on Wednesday. September 5, 1973. Eorf. at the age of 80 years. Born at Vennesla. Norway, July 3. 1893, he came to Can- ada in 1916. He farmed at Tu- rin, Enchant and VauxhaU un- til 1950. He then worked with the PFRA until his retu-enwnt in 1957. Survived by his wife. Hilda of Vauxhall; one son, El- mer, Innisfail: three daugh- ters, Mrs. Tony (Esther) Han- son, Calgary, Mrs. Harry (Ma- rion) Ruggles, Vennesla, Mrs. Vern (Mildred) Beck, Burdett, 15 grandchildren, four great- grandchildren: two sislers, Mrs. Martha Hegland, Ber- mingham, Wash., Mrs. Olga Barflett Calgary. Predeceased by one son, Carl. Funeral ser- vices will be conducted from the Evangelical Free Church in Vauxhall on Saturday, Ssp- tember 8, at 2 p.m., with Peter Unger and Rev. Tony Hanson officiating. Interment will fol- low in Vauxhall temetcry. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arnge- mrnts. C1854 husband, she was also prede- i survived by her mother, Mrs. ceased by a daughter Tracy I Violet Smith of Calgary. Pre- Diane on Sept. 1. 1973 iii I deceased by her father, Homer. hei mother Margaret j in 1962. Services at Vulcan Marie 'Youngberg in Hillcrest United Church. Saturday. 2 Oct. 5. 19G2. Survivors include p.m.. Rev. J. Chapman officiat- a daughter Teena Marie (two) i ing. Interment in Vulcan Cem- a son Lome Floyd (sixl; her i etery. VULCAN FUNERAL father, Gordon Youngberg of i HOME, in charge of arrange- Nanaimo B.C: five sisters, i ments. Marie Trentini of Vernon. B C., Ursula Fearnby of Toronto. Sis- ter Trudy Youngberg and Le- nora Doell both of Calgary, Wendy Miskulin of Hillcrest: eight brothers. Clarence of Prince Rupsrt. B.C.. Denis of Edmonton, Eddie of express our sincere thanks to Patrick of Winnipeg, Dick of i our relatives and friends for Ottawa, Jackie cf Toronto, their kindness, flowers, sym- Bruce of Vancouver and Wayne I pathy cards, food brought to of HillcTesl. 'the house and expressions of FREEMAN Tracv Diane, [sympathy shown us in the pas- formerV of" Hillcrest." passed'I sing of our mother. We would away in Algiers on Saturday, "-1" lilre iMnk Rpv Mnms- CARDS OF THANKS HANIUK We would like to September 1. 1973 at age five vears. She was born in Hillcrest like to thank Rev. Moms, organist, soloist, pallbeare r s. Martin Bros. Funeral Service and went to Algiers with her and the Ladies Auxiliary of the late parents Mr. and Mrs. i Eagles for the dinner. Special Flovd Freeman about one year thanks to the staff of the Devon She is survived by one Nursing Home and the Bige ow Fowier clmlc wno looked mother for so many years. Haniuk family P440 brother Lome Floyd (six) and a sister Teena Marie Funeral services for the Free- man family have not yet been arranged but -will be announc-i ed when comoleted. In lieu of (Mitchell It llowers. donations may b2 hearts filled TSith gratitude to the Teena and Lofne Free- that the family of Gladys Bon- man Trust Fund, Royal Bank who passed on to a great- of Canada. Alberta, reward, extend their appre- in care of Veno Pozzi. ciation to the many kind friends 9442 for the prayers, flowers, cards, food and words of comfort. We i offer a special thank you to 'her doctor and tlle in the city on Wednesday. Sep- tember 5. 1973, Mr. James Brent Poynter at the age of 24 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Lynda Poynter of 1400 Ash- grove Road. Born in Edmon- ton, the late Mr. Poynter was raised and educated in Olds. He returned to Edmonton in about 1965 and moved to Leth- bridge in 1971 where he has re- sided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one son. Darcy: his par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. George Poynter of Olds. Alberta: one sister. Miss Laura Poynter of Olds; two brothers, his twin brother Mr. Allan Poynter of Lethbridge and Mr. Glenn Poynter of Olds. He is also sur- vived by his grandparents and great-grandparents. The funer- al service will te held on Sat- urday at. 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N., with Rev. H. J. Jost officiating Interment will follow in Mountain View Cem- etery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL. Those who wish may donate to the Gideon Bible Society, care of Mr. L H Edwards, 822 10th St. S. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD Directors of Funeral Service. C185S Also to Rev. the wonderful ______ and most appropriate words of comfort that will en- able us to attain peace of mind for the nigged road ahead. To tie soloist, organist and Christ- enscn Salmon Funeral Direc- tors for their untiring efforts to ease our sorrow. To al! pallbearers, the friends and re- latives that travelled many miles to attend the funeral, we thank you. May the grace rf our Lord be bestoecl upon all who have shown their love and care, and please remember "We cannot see the path beyond the end of the road. We see not where it chances to go: But for those that God has called back home, They and they alone, Ere the ones to Betty Jo. Rhonda Lee, Becky Mitchell and all (lie Hill family. 9441 MORE NOTICES ON PAGE 11 ;