Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, September 10, 1971 40A FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES SPECIALS MAHOGANY UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO BRASS BEDS (THREE) SUPER "8" MOVIE OUTFIT POWER ZOOM CAMERA PRO- JECTOR, SCREEN AND LIGHTS. ORIGINAL COST OVER SJOO AS NEW 20% OFF STUDENTS DESKS UNFINISHED CHESTS OF DRAWERS AND DRESSERS 10% OFF GLASS, CHINA, BRIC-A-BRAC, ANTIQUE, SECOND HAND FURNITURE. APPLIANCES BUY-SELL-TRADE BRIDGE TRADING CENTRE 106-5 St. South 327-7111 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT SOFTTOP TENT TRAILER FOR SALE. Pfione 338-8236. 2fiO-20 NINETEEN KT. SKYLARK SELF- contained trailer, phone 1? rf TRUDY 1969 llxrtfl GLENDALE. FURNISHED, washer and dryer anrl porcli Phone 617-11-15, Plncher Creek. 4-12-22 IT COST5 NO MORE TO HAVE THE experls Instnll your Ezy-llll or 'rame hitch. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. C5I5HF FOR SALE WHAT OFFERS? Slarcra't Sunilnei hardtop tcnl Irailcr. Stove, sink, Ice box, sleeps lour. Steci and wood ullllly lool and pa Ms box lo lit inside and over standard elcihl It. truck box. 327 J6S2. 559- FURNISHED TWO BEDROOMED mobile home on frontage lol porch, fence and iKIrtlng. Lot No 18, Parkview Trailer Court. Phone 32fl iJBD. 5B9-25 CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD. HIGHWAY 35 SOUTH PHONE 327-1225 OR 327-0J5B PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE 7323-tr PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. tiler accessories and parts; Trailer Dicing, storage and repair. Phone 32E-4J2I. C2J05-II For sale eight foot camper sufiable for fishing and hunt- ing. Table and stove included. Phone 327-1759. X202321 "If you think you can just buy me off with a present' -you're Rescrve Your MOTOR HOME NOW! For your winter vocal ion to the south Attention Hunters! Special Hunting Season rales are now in ellecl, Ihrough lo December Lo Low, Rental Rates. RENT BY WEEK OR MONTH PREBUILT INDUSTRIES LTD. Recrpallon Rentals Division 691 4rh Ave. N, Phone 32B-J421 40B MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ALTO SAXOPHONE FOR SALE. Very good condition. Phone 328-7BM 41 PRODUCE FOR SALE 14 x 68 Chinook Only Includes: Three bedrooms. 'Jlllllv room, luxury lurnllure and shag car- pels. SPECIAL: 13 y bedroom TUXEDO MANOR guaranteed lo pur- Highway Ihree. 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED JOURNEYMAN MACHINIST R E- ork, will consider anylhirg 60922 Phone 317-8901. OPTICIAN WITH ALBERTA GUILD LICENSE Requires a posillon. 15 years experience in Ihe oplical field, Box 77, Herald. 421-20 URGENTLY REQUIRE WORK Motel rcnling and cleaning References Phone 327-4966. 396-22 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WOULD like babyr.llling evenings. Experienced and reliable. Phone 32E-7296. 22 56 FARM HELP WANTED REQUIRED TWO TRUCK ers For beef harvest. Start wor Phone morning C746I-30 Parking spacei chasers. West cf Lelhbrldg COALHURST MOBILE HOMES Phone 327-3744 MARRIED MAN REQUIRED FOR dairy Modern homr. Five slall milk and parlor. Phone 327-9081, for more Infcrmallon. 514-S3 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED BABYSITTER FOR ONE child, area of 21 SI. end Bin Ave S Wrjle box 63, Herald. ,1513.20 REQUIRED LIVE IN HOUSE- keeper. sidle wages and experience Write of phone Box 61 J, Lelhbridoe 58 MALE HELP WANTED MAN WANTED TO t Velernary 2872, flays; Box 22ip, Taber. WORK FULL t Velernary Hospital. Pnone 223 fia, evenings, or MANAGEMENT TRAINEE WANTED Minimum Orade 17. Be I ween ages 1 lo 25. Musi be willing to learn Apply manager al F. W. Woolworths. C74B6-25 SALESMEN Full or par! lime. Complele line ad. verhsing specialilies and calendars Excellent sideline. Give full particu- lars lo P.O. Box 3214, Sin. B, Calqary dl, Alia. if- MILK MAN WANTED FOR CARDSTON Creamery. Must have a suilable vehicle for delivery. Salary on commission basis. Deadline for applications, Tues- 21sl. Apply In writing lery, Cardslon, Al- NTERNATIONAL AND INTERPROV. INCIAL TRANSPORT CO. REQUIRES ONE LINE DRIVER AND ONE CITY DRIVER. MUST BE EXPERIENCED IN TRUCK TRANSPORTATION ALL COMPANY BENEFITS. REPLY IN FULL DETAIL, BOX el, HERALD. LOUNGE HELP EXPERIENCE preferred hut no I essential. Conlacl Glen Fenoslad at the El Ranchn C7J82-21 GARAGE FOREMAN WORKING JOURNEYMAN MECHAN- C TO TAKE COMPLETE CHARGE Of- COMPANY FLEET ENCLOSE RESUME, AVAILABILITY AND PAR- TICULARS WITH YOUR LETTER OF APPLICATION TO BOX HERALD 206-17 66 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wllh lirlnklnH crcblcm. Phone 327-B04P or after D m CAYCE, RAMPA, BLAVATSKY, YO- gananda, etc. Intrigued with their You owe II ro yourself lo read, "In My Soul I Am by Paul Twitched, now al last available local- ly for your copy send 11 to: Box 1053, Lclhbrldgs, for Immediate delivery by malt. 51J.J5 FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX B41, LETH- BRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE CAROL, 320-7B71, SHIRLEY, 327-6292. 5171-lf 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS PRIVATE .MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 266-40111 RESI- DENCE 252-6843, ANYTIME. 271 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 Collego Mall, Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commerclol propertle Farms nnd ranches. Clly or Tow Lowest Interest rales available. and second mortgages, C7SM- 75 CONTRACTS 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS .OUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber slamps, corporate daters, elc. same-day Service 123' 2nd Aye. S. Phone 328-51M. C692J.II MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER vices on all makes of washers am dryers, aulomallc or convcnlional. Alsc ll small appliances, lawn mowers rcns, vacuum cleaners, elc. No lob oo large or loo small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, ?05 3m Ave. S.-Phone J5S. C73S3.1 rO GARDENING ALL KINDS OF JUNK HAULED, rees trimmed, yard cleaned up Free atcs. Phone 327-2641. C7-100-lf REES AND HEDGES TRIMMED OR emoved. Free osllmales. Phone 327- 438 or 327-739Q. WELL ROTTED MANURE PHONE ic Bzdell, 32B-32B9, beforn B a m nd after 5 p.m. oiso-lf HAUL JUNK. Phone 327-2J3B. ESTl- VB96-lf MANURE FOR SALE PHONE 33B- Ask for Bryan. 0431-255 RANK'S ROTOTILLING PROMPT ervlce. Phone 32B-73BJ. B215-23S USTOM WEED CUTTING. PROMPT ervlco. Free estimales. Phone 327-2S-H C7037-lf OR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- EON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC HONE 328-2094. WILL DO POINTING PRIVATE 0 commercial. Phone 323-8543, C2793- CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS AND PAT los. Prompt service. Phone E a Johnson, 326-7905. 9946-40C DIVER FOR HIRE Under water repair and salvage, Llnd Smllh, 327-9393, mornings or ever Ings. 612-2 FREE ESTIMATES ON CONCRET DRIVEWAYS, pallos, relalnlng walls floors, elc. Guaranteed workmanship Phono 327-2M1. C7d04-l FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK old basements dug, waler proofing, sured, free estimales. Phona 327- Ufifil-t FENCES, PATIOS, SIDEWALKS rumpus rooms. Finishing, framing form work. Free estimates. Guarantee srkmanshlp. phone 320-E551. 943J ALL REPAIRS CHIMNEY, FIRE place, cement, brick, painting ond roofing. Renovations and house rals ng. 328-1055. J94Z-I ARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT vork ond stuccoing. Anderson and orenson Conslruclion, 1020 7lh Ave Phona 327-66D2. C7377-1I ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG NG. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 318 5745. C1936-1I AND R BUILDERS AND FINISH- ERS Rumpus rooms, Interior decorating, cupboards, finished car e n I e r worK, fireplaces, garages, 'hone 326-9B79. 2IMf PUBLIC NOTICES TREE MOVING are equipped wilh modern equlp- fnl lo move alt types ol Irees. ALSO VAILABLE Evergreens up to 20 tall. Phone 327-4172, after 4 p.m 353-2S Lacombe Nurseries Ltd. STILL AVAILABLE AT OUR SUBSTATION Open evenings es, shrubs, cerennlals, and Irult -s. One mile wesi ot Coaldale. Phone 5-4633. Closed Sundays FREE DE- TAENEDDADV'CE- ALL 9737-tf POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED HEAVY ROASTING CHICKENS, PAN ready. Hens 36c per Ib., roosters 30c per Ib. Also friers. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale 345-3224. PETS AND SUPPLIES THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CLUB LICENCE Public notice [s hereby given that the Lethbridge Miners' Library club Intends to apply lo The Alberla Liquor Control beard for a club liquor li- cence to sell liquor by Ihe glass to members Ihereof for consumption on Ihe following described premises: LETHBRiDGE MINERS' LIBRARY BirlL, "LbeatL, Of Zonk Jn DEATHS ACROSS THE Lily, passed away in Cardston mi Saturday, September iath, 1971, at the age of 61 years, beloved wife of John Across the Mountain of Moses Lake on the Blood Reserve. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTEN- SEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C7511 POTTER Passed away In Bramplon, Ontario, on Tues day, September 14, 1971, Mr William George Potter, at [hi age of 84 years, formerly o Hie city. The late Mr. Pottei vas predeceased by his loving vife, Alice in 196i. He is sur "ived by five sons, Albert :dgar, Phillip, Dennis and Vin ent; 13 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. A grave- ide service was held at on Saturday, Seplembei 0 at the Archmounl Memorial a r d e n s, Lethbridge. Inter- ment followed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- ice. C7507 REYNOLDS Passed away n the city on Friday, Ssplem- xt 17, 1971 following a short mess, Mr. Elmer Howard icynolds, at the age of 63 ears, of (he West winds Apart. Tents. The funeral service mil e held at a.m. on Tues- ay in St. Augustine's Anglican hurch, with Rev. E. Doyle of- cialing. Interment will follow Mountain View Cemetery. In ill of flowers friends may onate Lo the Canadian Cancer 733 13th Street Norlh, Alberta. Lol 39 JD, Block 143, Plan No. 4D4R Oblecllons to this application shall be made forthwllh lo The Alberta Ll- qunr Control Board, Edmonton. Dated al Lelhbridge, Alberta, thlc 10th day of September, 1P71. LETHBRIDGE MINERS' LIBRARY Idg., or the charity of their -hoice. MARTIN BROS. LTD Lelhbrldge, Dircclora Funel-al Service.' CARD OF THANKS GILES We wish to thank (he doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Hospital; friends and relatives for flowers and food sent to tlie house and to the ladies of St. Mary's W.A and Lillian, Art and Lill Giles. 613 IN MEMORIAMS KOTKAS In loving mem- ory ot a dear husband, father and grandfather, John who died suddenly September 20, 1970. We miss you row, our hearts are sore, As time goes by we miss you more, Your loving smile, your gentle face, No one can fill your vacant place. remenbered by his loving wife, Margaret and family. 614 KOTKAS In loving mem- ory of a dear brother-in-law and uncle, John who died suddenly September 20, 1970. To hear your voice and see your smile, To sit with you and talk awhile. To be togehter In the same old way, Would be our dearest wish to- 'day. remembered by Velma and family. 014 French weeklies Good selection available. Garden Optimism, Sunrise Ranch, Coslda Alta. Phone 345-3517. tvenings, two nighls week. Contact Glen Fengstad al D. Coe al Park Plaza.' MONTH OLD BLACK POODL pun. Partly Irained. Phone E 532 AUTOS Rancho. DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN MnclNTOSH APPLES, PRUNE pears will be ripe and In good sup In Creslon Valley orchards, aeplem 20 and on. Orchard-fresh end rsas able prices. BRIDGE EXPERIENCE PREFERRED 30 YEARS BLACK LABRADO for sale, seven months. Phone 32 9571, after 6 pm.. AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN 3 DEVELOPMENT TENDERS Order No. 701-1401-014 Gravelling Approximately 36.5 miles SMALL CAR VOLKSWA gen Epic. Good condition. Phone 708 J642, Turin. Apply New World Res auranl. 42 TRUCKS FOR PAID For used cars and trucks or will ec cepl con'igniTienl. TOWN COUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 328-3654 PART TIME SALE woman required for ladles ready wear shop. Wrile Box 73, Herald. SALESMEN WANTE for Lelhbridge, Medicine Hal and di Inct. No retail competition, Unllm le esrnings can be made. For furlhcr 1 formalion contact Alberoy Distribu ors, lOlh St. N.W., Calgsr Writs or phone Mr. Hanson, 2B3 721 Local Interviews will be puppies, six weeks. B47-2230 Skltf. 1954 THREE TON CMC WITH BEE box. Real good shape. Phone befo 8 a.m. 345-3701. ST. BERNARD FO ssle. Markings of good showman. 234 3019, Fort Macleod. dlan Reserve, District, Index No. Alberla 523. Sealed Tenders, marked as lo conten WAITRESS WANT ed. Please apply person after 6pm at the House cf Wong, 254 13lh SI, N NEW IHC 3i TON PICKUP 3.5 miles. V-B, four speed. Phone 327-9S 15 MONTH OLD FE male Brillany Spaniel (oolnfer anc Call 345-dSOI or of Indian Affairs and Norl ern Developmenl, 27ih Floor, C.N. Tower, Edmontcn 15, Alberla, will bs received up lo: p.m (M.S.T.) Oclober 5, 1971. Tender documents can be Obta ncd by General Contractors only on deposit of S25.DO In Ihe form o! a certified cheque payable (o Ihe Receiver General of Canada, from Regional Engin- l eer, Depl. Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 27th Floor, C.N. Tower, Edmonton 15, Altn., and District Suoer- l visor, Dlslrict, Dept. r Indian Affairs and Northern Develop- c merit, 206 Federal Bldg., Lelhbridge, L Alberla. 5 Examined: Calgary Conslruclion Association, 2540 Slh Avanue N. W., Calgary. Lelhbrldge Construe' icn Association, 1321 3rd Avenue 5. Lethbridge. L Lowest or any tender nor necessarily o accepted. i L. R. Clark, P. Eng., Regional Engineer. e 541 p LIVESTOCK WOMAN DISHWASH er and waitress. Call In person, sMe p.m., Shanghai Chop Suey. 1961 ROVER FOUR WHEEL DRIV R. J. Henry Jr. Phone 327-5928. FIFTY HEAD OF COM mercial Cliarolais cross or while shor lorn cows wilh or without calves Phone 223-B3G0. Too much time on you hands? Then how about part-time lo among pleasant surroundings as resident caretaker manager In TOY WHITE POODLES -MALE and female, seven weeks old. Bolh reg islered. Phone Blalrmore, 562-2B03. CHEVROLET HALF TON, 17 model. 5750. Phone 328-5991, evening SALES PERSON FO exclusive ladles shoe salon. Experlenc preferred. By appointment only conlac Mr. Snyder al Stirling Shoes. PUcn 327-33JJ. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING Phone 32B-1J36, Lethbridge; 223-2567 Taber. GERMAN SHORT hair Polnler pups. Some solid ver color. Bred for hunting. Phona Calgary 271-9529. 7964 IHC SCOUT FOUR WHEE drive. New rubber. Comple'e winch, elc- Varzarl Iron Lid 2B08 2nd Ave. N. 32B-AJU. WANTFH AM FOOD PLANT REQUIRES FE male for supervisory work and 1 assist In quallly control duties Ex perlence preferred but not esscnl a as on the [ob (raining can be provided Send complete resume to Box Li Herald. C 7395 Lelhbrldge's new highrlse apart menls. For further details Phone 327-5455 or Evenings 328-3658 sizes. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry Phone FUR BEARING FOR SALE 1946 DODGE THRE ton. New groin box and nolit. Hig transmission. Real nice unl 1963 Ford ton. Four-speed, 292, V-leng wide box. Phone 6532071, Car ton. SALE FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat an livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS ITD. Phona 327-3046, Lethbridge N.C. B.C. .iaded or appraised. Cages, all equipment Health reason for selling. Box 535 or phone Plnther Creek. EXTRA MONEY Show Canada's finest Una of Chrlstma Cards, Wraps, Novellies, elc Ove 350 Hems. For free colored samples on approval and prompt vice: Jeandron Greellnq Card Co Ltd., T253 King Street Easl, Hamlllon Ontario. FOR SALE USED TRUCK, 1965 IHC 1BOO LOADSTAR TANDEM VERY GOOD CONDITION. CONTAC HAHN CONCRETE LTD. BOX 18 CLARESHOLM. PHONE 335-3717. MACHINERY EDUCATIONAL BUSINESS OR IB FT. HEADER FOR Cockshult swalner, in repalrab e condition. Phone 752-2025, school. Free brnthure. National College, 424 61h Ave. S.E., Calgary 269-8322. AT FOREMOST. S2D ODO property for only S12.0DO. N. Wolfe, 1011 3dlh St. S., Lethbridge TO TENDER E UNITED A IRRIGATION DISTRICT a and box for sale. Wirier MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES MALE HELP A DISC JOCKEY Recorder message by Jim Elliot tslls you how. Phone 326-3S36, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175. AND WOMEN FOR A lops. Apply 621 St. N. or phone 328-7J08. CARPENTER Phone 327-5905 or Apply 327-3191, room 315, B-10 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Ihree concrete drop slruclures, ft three pipe and concrete lurnouf slruc-tures and related earthwork and olher work will be received al Ihe office of T )he Uniled Irrigation Dlslrict up to -P p.m. local Glenwood lime, Sep- r tember 29, 1971. The work Includes a I labour, material, equipment and associated Items required to construe the 6 slruclurcs. Copies of Ihe Drawings and H-cations may be oblalned from the of- Hi fee of the United Irrigalion Dlslr cl, Glenwood, Alberta on or a Her Sep-tember 21, 1971, upon deposit of S2S.OO U In cheque, made payable 1o the Board la of Dlreclors, Uniled Irrigation Dislrlct. Tenders must be accompanied by: HE A As Tender Deposit, security in a minimum amounl of of the Tend- er In the form of n Certified Cheque drawn on a Canadian Bank, or a Bid Bond, made payable to the Board cf Directors. OE B. Consent of Surely Form, giving Li consent of the Surely Company ID fur- D nlsh, upon cxeculion of 1he contract, a Performance Bond and. If required, a Lc Labour and Materials Bond, each n he amount of 5orn of the con'rad, SJC md Ihe form prescribed by 'heso in 3neumpnls. The lowest or any tfndpr will not a necessarily be occupied, the Board re- no ervlnq 1he right to reject any or all mr enders. mc The Board of Dlreclors, SOf The Uniled Irrigation District, Rn Glenwood, Alberta. no 537 WI- Truck Tire Sale 670 x 15 six ply S24 good shape. Phone 752-2025. FIELD EQUIPMENT DRIVERS wanled. Grade 12 or equivalent. 71 years old. Class 1 licence. To locate In Brooks. Phone 362-2033. YOUR WAY TO A PAY FREE JB page book "Career Oppor u-'lier. (ells you how to train a f home Pavmg lobs. Chech career Aulomoblle Engineering Civil Engineering Ca-eer I Diesel Engineering 1 Dratllng and Design Eleclrical Engineering Electronic Engineering Forestry Career Mechanical Engineering 1 Professional A.P E. Exams Surevyinq and Levelling Archlteclural Career Bookkeeping Career Cost Accounling Career Compuler Programming Business Management Art and Wrlllng Careers O Gullar and Piano Playing A Pholography Career 9 High School Diploma 100 Specialist Careers 9 Radio and TV Refrigeration 1 Welding 1 Clerk-typlsl Stenographer Legal Sec S Private Sec. Medical Sec. Chemical CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Room 34, 263 Adelaide St W Toronto 12P, Ontario 5EAT RESTAURANT IN ood location. Selling for health rea-ons. Inlerested party wrlle Box 39, Herald. MECCANO SET OR COMBIN-ion of sets. Molors, gear sels, elc. hone 328-0237. 6SO x 16 six ply S3B. 95. 7H x 16 eight ply nylnn-53895. 750 x 17 eight ply nylon-S4Q.95. 7SO x 20 10 ply PRESSURE TREATED TELE-hone poles and used by 16 or B. (Suilable for 752-3032 aymond. YOUNG FURNITURE salesman fcr well established, large f Jrmlure store In Lelhbrldqe. Wo offer above avernge Income wflh all company benefits If you can quality. We irefer youny married man wllh some urmlure cr carpet selling experience iut are prepared to Iraln you on the ob If you are the eager perscn we wanl to add to our sales slaff. Please end complele particulars to Box 71, Herald. Small Irucking company, end copies of authorises, list of equlp-menl, and asking price. All replies onfldenlial. Wrile box 41, Herald. 900 X 20 10 ply S75 00. TRACTION 670 X 15 Six ply STOCK WATERING am and dug-outs lo construct Will ke grain for partial payment. Phone roller Conslruclion, 234-2087, Fort aclend. WELL-KEPT LICENCED esidence, near civic centre, accom-odaling ten paying guests. Excellent pportunlly for right party Priced to II. Phone 32B-615? or 327-4682. i A50 X 16 six ply S32 00. 750 x M eighl ply SJ2 STEEL CAST 'RON 750 X 17 eight ply SJi DO 750 x 20 10 ply SiS.OO. 825 x 20 10 ply 575.00. 900 X 20 10 ply nylon-58500. Inslalled IMPERIAL MOTORS and Tire Service Cor. 2nd Ave. and 7th 5t. S. VARZARI IRON LTP SCHAP YARD, 330E 2nd Ave N' hone 32B-9342. PRESSURE WELDER AND JOURNEYMEN FIRST CLASS WELDERS wllh some sub-arc experience and capable of upgrading lo pressure ticker, steady work, union rales, company benefits. EXCHANGER SALES AND SERVICE LTD 5115 Huballa Road S.E., Canary 3 1 323 5th St. S. Phone 320-1044 RETIRE IN 10 YEARS It Olflce building on 3rd Ave. S. 1 Low down payment. 1 Terms for 10 years. 1 Two slorey building, 40 X 75. 1 Parking lot In rear. ft Phona Frank 327-347B PRICES FOR Metals Sleels and cast Ballerlss, radiators DAVIS ENTERPRISES 505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-J26] IRON Copper Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying ore-NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 33rd St. North 43 TRAILERS EXPERIENCED SALESMAN ror year-round sleady employment In 'IE furniture frade. No previous fur-lure experience necessary. Musi be to meet the public. Wrile box 45, Herald i REQUIRED "or city of Lelhbrldge and surround-ng areas for Canada's fastest yrow-ng line' ol OFFICE EQUIPMENT tep Inlo B parllally sslabllshed ler-lory and gel Immediate Income. lease reply in confidence lo Box 80, FOR SALE OR Deaths Yesterday (D Mr By TI1E CANADIAN PRESS Fc Scl COR SALE MOBILE ooms, porch, washer and dryer, Blocked and Instnllcd on mobile omo she In Fort Macleod, Aiberls "hone AND TRAILERS WANTED MUSIC TEACHERS :AMPERETTE, ALSO TIN TO COVER jsmptrs, in variety of colors Phone 78-7508. truck lor camper, In excellenl pe. Cosh deal. Dox 236, Blalrmore LESSONS. O.B. BENTSEN, 71st ST. S. PHONE 337- r "6- C6944-M J. Fitzpatrick, Me 7, a pioneer in the radio indiis- mo ry- grc BOARD SEWING Alexander P r o k o- C7508 help KULISKA Passed away in Picture Butte on Friday, Sep- tember 17, 1971, following an ill- ness of several months, Mrs. Elizabeth Kuliska, at the age of 76 years, beloved wife of Mr. Steve Kuliska of Turin. The late Mrs. Kuliska was born and raised in Krajne, Czechoslova- kia and came to Picture Butte in October of 1938, moving to Turin in 1949, where she has resided until her passing. Be- sides her loving husband she is survived hy two daughters, Mrs. J. (Kalherine) Shimek and Mrs. J. (Annie) Ragan, both of Picture Butle and two sons, Mr. Steve Kuhska Jr., Picture Butte and Mr. Paul Kuliska at home; 11 grandchil- dren; three great grandchil- dren; two sisters, Mrs. Susan Ceresna and Mrs. Judy Ochod- nicka, and one brother, Mr. Steve Papulak, all of Czecho- slovakia. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday in Immanuel Lu- theran, with Rev. W. Schoepp officiating. Interment will fol- low in Mountain View etery. Friends may pay their respecLs at Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. (Courtesy parking at the rear of phone 328-2361. Jn lieu of flowers, 'riends may donste to the charity of their choice. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7509 MONTREAL (CP) French- language weekly newspapers in Sudbury, Ont. anrl St. Boniface, Man., are first on the list to receive help from a committee sponsored by the Quebec cul- tural affairs department. The three man committed was set up last month with an annual budget of to ex- tend "technical and profession- al aid" to French language weeklies outside the province. Jean Lorrain of Montreal, a committee member, said in an interview Friday the first week- lies to be helped will be Le Voyageur of Sudbury and La Liberte et le Patriote of St. Boniface. The assistance would be in two forms. Technicians and specialists would be sent from Quebec to help outside week- lies improve their profit pic- ture, and employees of outside weeklies would be brought to Quebec to tour plants and ac- quire experience here. Ancient boat uncovered Florence Pearl, wssed away in the city on Sat- irday, September 18, 1971, at he age of 80 years. Mrs. Doug- as was born in Euclid, Min- esota on October 7, 1890. She Harvey Douglas in Grande Forks, Min- UNITED MOBILE HOME DIVISION See the complete homes In Squire, Page, VLta Villa and Bell Manor In ilngle and double unlls SO models lo choose from Examples. Page 30x44 double wide, Ihres bedroom, fully furnished. As low Vista Villa 13x46, three bedroom Fully furnished. As low as J9J75. Guaranteed Service after purchase Low down payments. Dank rale financ- ing. Trades accepted. Open Sunday afternoon for browsing. Phona 337-0322 or 327-1780. UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave. and 3rd St. S. WANTED SINr.l P. RELIABLE ABSTAINER would do form cftretaklng for winter or lonqer. Experienced choreman, hogs, callle or horses. Box 05, Herald 418-22 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED EXPERIENCED SALES CLERK desires position. Phona 32B.J49S. 56020 WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME ONE or two children. Phone 327-2946. 431-22 WILL BABYSIT ONE OR TWO CHILD. ren In my norlh side home. 5th Ave 201h SI, N. 328-7157. 9895.20 54A APPLICATORS Required for protects IFI Lelhbrldne, Calgary and Edmonton, starling im- mediately. Guaranteed slcady em- ployment. Only experienced men need apply. THIELE DRYWALL LTD. 113 Lincoln Park Shopping Centre, Calgary 10 338-31 DRESSMAKING DONE IN MY home. Phono 323-4897. 433-20 SEWING AND ALTERATIONS IN ny home. Phone 327-0437. 180-24 KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, Hx week! lo six years. Phone 32B-J335. C4947-II Wanted Agnrcsslve young man, an.fi 21 lo 23 (married to train In floor covering as salesman and for future 'Ply In person for appointment REVELSTOKE BUILDING MATERIALS 1602 3rd Ave. S. DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS done. Reasonable. Phone 378-6911 173-120CI 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST 24 EWE SHEEP, IN FORE, most area. Missing almost two weeks Phono Foremost collect, B47-23-19 01 B47-2104. 2ifl 21 BOX NUMBERS PIEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read their adver- tisomenl! Ihi FIRST DAY IT AP- PEARS and REPORT ERRORS In lime lor the next Insertion. The Lettibrlege Herald li rcsponilhl. lo, only tht flnt Incorrect Insertion. IMPERIAL OIL LTD. A business opportunity as an IMPER. IAL OIL LEASEE SERVICE STA- TION dealer, available In Trail, B.C. This station has two bays and el- tidied restaurant and Is located alcnq Highway 3, cast of Trail. 1970 gasollni 'Olumo was 'crsonal qualifications should Include previous business experience, a pood understanding ot automobile malnlen- nnce or mechanical training, ability lo manage personnel. Financial requirements Include capi- tal for stock, equipment and working capital. Seme oil company financing Is available Interested individuals who ere aqgres- slyle and are Invited to send complete resume lo: Imperial Oil lid. 2-28 Soulh, 8lh Ave. Cranbrook, B.C. 195-55 triotic and other works won him acclaim. Kelly, 37, op Canadian race driver and a Trail, B.C developer and builder of race ars in an accident at the Cana- ian Grand Prix. Alone on Island HOBART, Tasmania (AP) The government ordered an ear-old fiirl living alone on JcWilt Island south of Tas- lania (o rclurn to civilization. I A spokesman said Jnnc Cooper of Canterbury, Australia, went to Ihe Lsland to "escape from it nil" and was camped there ille- gally. larried 910 in esota. In 1311, they came to anada homesteading in the ucky Strike area, then to Milk iver and in 1961 she moved to xilhbridge where she has re- ded unlil the time of her pass- g. She was a member o[ tha iglcs Lodge and of the Chi- nook Pensioners Club. Left lo mourn lier passing are five sons, Harold of Lethbridge, Robert of Vulcan, Harvey of White Horse, Y.T., Roy of Milk River and Milo of Calgary; four daughters, Mrs. Leon (Dorothy) Zemp of Calgary, Mrs. Emil (Helen) Inglehnrt of Femie, Mrs. Frank (Margaret) Schile of Foremost and Mrs. Mervyn (Pat) Scely cf Ray- mond; 42 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren and many relatives in the U.S.A. She was predeceased by her husband, Harvey in and by one daughter, Donna Rao, in 1930. Funeral services will be held in Ihe Raymond Second Ward Chapel in Raymond on Tues- day, Seplcmber 21 at 2 p.m with Bishop George Bolme offi. elating. Interment will follow MOSCOW (AP) A construction crew has Soviet ered an ancient boat and Lhe writing on it indicated it was of Egyptian origin dating from 535-331 BC. Tass said the vessel was found during work on a con- struction project near the town of Orsk on the Ural River, about 450 miles inland from the Caspian Sea. The Soviet news agency said the well-preserved vessel has ancient Egyptian inscriptions and Persian cuneiform writing on it. Experts say the vessel points to trade ties wiUi settle- ments on the Nile, Tigris am1 Euphrates rivers. Sammy Davis Jr. iu hospital LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Entertainer Sammy Davis Jr. will need about six weeks o complete rest to recover from a liver disorder. Davis, 45, complained of ab- dominal pains Friday night, and was taken to hospital. He will be transferred to Mount Sinai Hospital in Los An- geles this week, hs manager said Sunday, in the family plot in Lhc Tem- ple Hill Cemetery. Friends nay meet the family and pay .heir respects from 1 p.m. until irlor lo the service. Friends nay meet with the family for uncli at Ihe Eagles Lodge, 631 3 St. aflor live service SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C7510 Four-alarm fire guts apartment VANCOUVER (CP) Resi- dents of a luxury apartment building were evacuated Mon- day as a four-alarm fire de- stroyed the enlirc centre sec- lion of The Maples, the largest of seven separnle buildings in the Arbutus Gardens apartment development in UK residential Kerrisdalo arcs.