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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL BABYSIT IN MY NORTH SIDi home. Phone 327-2800. 7511-26 WILL BABYSIT IN MY SOUTH SIDE home. Phone 327-010'. DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS and Ironing. Phone 328-6911. 7679-30 IN MY HOME. GIRL WITH TYPING EXPERIENCE requires steady employment. 54A LICENCED NURSERIES XRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 326-2835. CWJ7-H 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED GRADE 12 STUDENT WOULD LIKE part-time job. Available p.m. each afternoon and all -Jay Saturday. Phone Dave, JW-5330. 7580-29 56 FARM HELP WANTED WANTED IMMEDIATELY TRUCK driver for beet harvest. Phone 3.15-313-1. MAN TO FEED Lethbridge. Phone 327-2-193 "evenings. CATTLE NEAR 327-3250 days or 7525-2S WANTED SEVERAL EXPERIEN- ced combine operators and truck driv- ers. Also iractor men for custom work in the Calqary urea. Phone 327-7191. 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESS REQUIR "d. Apply in person to the Shartgha Chop Susy, after p.m. C351- EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER wanted immediately. Wage plus com mission. B and J Hair Styling Salon 506 4th Ave. S. Phone 328-3650. C 369 -U Friday, September 25, 1970 RESPONSIBLE BABYSITTER RE- quired, to 5 p.m. school days. 2503 Ave. S. Phone 327-8138, after p.m. 76.12-25 EXPERIENCED W A 1 T R E S S RE- quired for licensed dining room. Apply in person to Mr. Hale, Marquis Hotel. C318-25 REQUIRE LEGAL STENOGRAPHER Must be proficient in shorthand and typing. Previous legal experience de- sired but not essential. Contact A. R. Krushel ar 328-5605 or reply in writing fo P.O. Box 1028, Lethbridge. C317-29 EXPERIENCED LADY FOR YARD goods. Some experience preferred. For appointment call 328-1536 or 323- 1619 or apply Baker's Fabric Centre, 426 13th St. N. C294-2B LADY WITH GENERAL KNOW- LEDGE OF SEWING AND REPAIR WORK AND TO ASSIST IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS. FULL TIME EM- PARKS ORY C331-25 58 MALE HELP TEACHERS WANTED EXPERIENCED BARBER WANTED Pull or part-time. Phone after 6 p.m., 327-0972. C2B9-28 LOCAL SERVICE STATION RE-ijulres permanent full-time help. Slate tion has been recommended by a native court worker. IN MEMORIAMS JOHNSON In memory of xir dear mother who passed away September 25. 1968. In our hearts your memory lingers, Always tender, fond and true, There's not a day dear Mother We do not think of you. remembered Leda and Roy. 7721 JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM PROPERTY ._. CROSS In loving memory Yovmce One j ol a deal" and wonderful moUl- Gr grandmother, Justina Gross, who passed away Scp- ROTOTILL1NG. PHONE TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE Phone 327-739S. or 337-J43B. 3P68-H NOTICE I The county of Vulcan No. 2 Invites quotations on 5 tandem gravel trucks with 10 to 12 yard Brantford boxes 25-ton hoist and P.T.O. Speciflca- JUNK AND YARD CLFAH Phone 327-7398 or GARDEN AND LAWN MANURE. De- livered or loaded, your vehicle. Phone 328-2911. -7.i93.ji tions may be obtained Quotations should Tuesday, October undersigned, submitted by Secretary-Trsasuror County of Vulcan No. 2 Vulcan, Alberta FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR. i GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. I PHONE 328-20W. 5739-lf RENT Garden tractors ledge trimmer spreader- lawn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD., 316 3rd Ave, S., Phone TENDERS WANTED PLEASE READ YOUR AD snouiO .idvfr's III'. FIRST DAY PEARS flfl'J REPQRI ERRORS m T nc -ir Ire insertion fhf .sthbr ;ige HCMld i: responsible for on v first incorrect insertion, PARSONS' HARDWARE Phone 327-70fii GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES CHAIN ETC., ETC. ___._ CM99.1I 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES HT-AVY ROASTING CHICKENS. PAN ready, IDS. 3if. per It; Also fryers. Free delivery. Custom killing. Hollmuth Dyck. Cogldnle. Phone 3-1S- Tenders will be received by i h e undersigned to supply and apply a sheet metal siding to a .12 ft. grain elevator. Approximately sq. ft. Also includes boxing in of the Sheeting must be applied in a manner for minor expansions and tance contractions of aide alls. The following properly Is offered for sale by tender subject to the restric- ions in the existing Certificate ol Parcel 1 Tlie South West Quarter if Section TWELVE in Township I ELEVEN A'cst of the 3irovince of ___ _. _............ ___ tundred and Sixty (UO) acres more less. EXCEPTING THEREOUT 6.23 acres more or less for an expropriation for anal right of as shown on 1 trument registered as Number 1900 i.K. EXCEPTING thereouf all mines and ninerals and the right to work the same. Parcel 2 The West Nino Hundred and Ninety (990 feel) of the South West Quarter of Section SIX in Township TEN Range SEVEN. TEEN West of the- Fourth Meri- dian, in the Province oi Alberta, con- lining sixty (60) acres more or less. RESERVING unto Her Majesty all mines and minerals. Parcel I contains approximately 130 acres of cultivated land with approxi- mately 91 acres of wafer rights. Parcel 2 has 53 acres of water right and some older type buildings. Tenders In sealed envelopes marked S. C. 15-125 accompanied by a marked chcgue or cash for 10 per cent of the amount of fhe tender must be in the hands of the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Court House, Lethbridge, by o'clock noon, the 2nd day of No- vember 1970. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid into Court within thirty (30) days after acceptance of the ton- i der. If the successful tenderer does no! I plelc the purchase after accep- f if his tender fhe deposit treasured mem- ry of our dear mother nd grandmother. Emma Ef- om, who passed away Septem- ber 25, 1968. At rest, In God's memory. remembered to- day and always by her husband Bruno, and Holly, daughter Margaret and George and family. 7775 loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grandmother, Alice Peterson, who passed away September 25, 1961. In our hearts your memory Imgers Always tender, fond and true; There's not a day dear mother We do not think of you. remembered by the Peterson families. Day Firing Protested EDMONTON (CP) The board of trustees of the Uni- tarian Church in Edmonton has sent a letter to Premier Harry Strom expressing concern over the government's failure to re- instate Jack film censor. Day as Alberta In the letter, the board said "coercion based on innuendo appears to have been used" to overcome Mr. Day's reluctance lo end negotiations and to force him to s-ubmit his resignation. The cabinet officially ac- cepted the resignation and ap- proved a settlement negotiated between Mr. Day and pro- vincial government lawyers. Mr. Day was suspended from his job last December after two morals charges were laid against him. After a series o charges was dropped, placed with new charges' or dis- missed, Mr. Day was acquitttt on a charge of indecent assa on a girl under 14 and a charg of incest. banking services." CUSTOMERS GET KEY The cash dispenser system lias been in use since Novem- ber, 1969. Customers are issued a key and a plastic card in- scribed with seven digits. The key opens the door of a. cash dispensing machine out- side a bank and a customer in- serts his card in a slot. He is allowed to withdraw maximum of S600 in packets of ?30. Each time a customer in- serts his card, the machine will show him the balance remain- ing of his draw. Mr. Seheetstra says the sys- em receives the most use be- ,ween 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The busiest day of the week is Sat- urday. "We find that use of the sys- em falls right off on Monday, nit gradually builds up through the IK said. VON'T GIVE FIGURES While he is reluctant to dis- cuss specific figures, he said the system is used on the average if 10 to 15 times a year by each iubscriber. When a customer exhausts his