Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
28 THE LETHBRIDGf HERALD -40A FURNITURE AND September 28, 1971 43 TRAILERS CAMPERI FOR SALE OR MALE- FEMALE HELP BUSINESS I i Ed ten Rci Mr iy raj wt BR nei A sue daj Ota Ihe hus brc Vic ing son Br da lee six prc fou Wil B.C int LT An I Co bei ne. An ye of Bo 188 to an pa th (K Mr of en tin fh dr Be he pr he da ch fill Su p.r Ch Pa tro da pa Bn EL 32E DiJ de Se er ag ba 105 an Re his ve St( In pa th to Ur ha He thi th gr AL th Pr CI Pa AI BC Be als Lii ric ho Mi his Br sis M of wi be M br hr fie Bo Pn lei in in. lit Wi br re. Tf Hrt 2M re( 1 let til sir Ux dry Irons, electric b-rbecua FT. SKYLARK fl i DRIVER 25 OR OVER, WITH 'A" license. 328-3006, between I a.m. end p.m. terms. Health Write Box Herald. Phone 32B-2977. ELECTRIC COOK STOVE AND electric dryer. Phone 335-2333. FT. SKYLARK CAMPERETTE. Camping equipment Included. Phone 37-0045 KINS PRODUCTS REQUIRE three pad-time help, mnls or temale. to S3. DO per hour. Phone 327-7776. LEASE APPROXIMATELY sq. fl. floor space In Taber's only shopping ma 1. Complelely new with hot and cold wealher nlr condillonlng. Suitable for relall store, coffee shop, tec. Excellent location next to super markel and deparlment slorn on Taber's ma n shopping street, with ample of street parking. Rendy for occupancy November Isl. Inleresled parties apply to Mr. Roy How, How's IGA Foodllner, Taber. Phone 523-3342. NEW 2IG-7AG SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE. NEVER USED. PHONE 327-7d71. tor sale. 423 Sth Ave -TV 1 TO MANAGE ACCOMMODA-tion food service and olhcr lodge fac lilies. Apply wilh references lo West Caslle Recreallon Rssorl, Dox 1239, Plncher Creek, Alberta. GAS STOVE FOR SALE "Ih AVB. S. 37B-70DB. OFFERS? STARCRAFT SUN-ner hardtop tent frailer. Stove, sink, cc box Sleeps four. 327-4652 HOOVER WASHER, LIKE NEW CON-dllion. 328-4103, niter 1 p.m. TRAILER SOFTTOP. EX-eel lent condition. Chenp. Phone ARE LOOKING FOR YOUI" If you have sales ability, free lime and a try Ifie real eslflte bust-ness, G r e a 1 potential Financially. Training provided. Quinlon and Agencies, phone 32B-B9-I2 for apnolnl-menr. 30 IN. GAS RANGE _ THREE YEAKb old. cash or trade for eleclrlc range Phone 3JB-B9M. X 65 VILLAGER MOBILE HOME, oca led at Park View Trailer Court, Jo 1R Phone 234-4002, 2343614, Fnrt Macleod or 345-3076. LOANS VATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KRCBS, OFFICE 266-6011 J RESIDENCE 252-6B63, ANYTIME. BEAUTIFUL CHESTERFIELD AND choir, anllque while naugahyde, like new. S125. Phone 326-9525. X 7W FT. X 4 INSULATED amp trailer; also a wired TEACHERS 6131 or 328-7151. COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE experts Install your Ely-lift or Tame hitch. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. HAT SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 4 Requires a leather for a small one-room rural school. Small AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available. We consider ALL TYPES of mortgage lonr.s. WASHER AND DRYER, ELECTRIC range, 12X12 qreen yellow rug. All PEW. Phone 327-2767, after 1 SALE 12X64 MOBILE HOME, deluxe. Three bedrooms, two balh-ooms, perch, washer and dryer, skirted Blocked and Installed on mobile home site In Fort Macleod, Alberta. Phone 231-3BB1. C7304-ff PREBCO THREE YEAR OLD BEACH GAS range wllh removable glass oven door. I sUa brass bed. Five Inside wood doors with hinges and knobs. Applv 1702 B1h AVe. S, D. Chrlslcnsen Superintendent of Schools 147 Sixlh Street, S.E. MEDICINE HAT, MASONRY AND STUCCOING, call 327-9625. new Kenmore aulomallc washer end have lor sale a Viking washer, In good condition. Phone LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; trailer servicing! ttoraga and repair. Phone 3284-121. is it, when we sit down to discuss something sensibly, I always EDUCATIONAL SERVICES HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. DO PAINTING PRIVATE OR commercial. Phono 3288513. DRIVEWAYS AND PAT-los Prompt service. Phone COPPERTONE GIBSON DELUXE RE-frigeralor and slave In excellent condition for S300 Larger than CLEARANCE New 12 X 4J Chinook New 12 x 60 Tuxedo Manor SJ.tWS 12 X 64 Tuxedo Manor SB.995 New 13 x 40 Ted's Home Used 10 x 41 Detrolter Used B x 32 Clendale si ,995 Used Teardrops Trailer S 295 NO TRADES OR HAULING Lots available lo all MALE HELP school. Free brochure. National College, 424 6lh AVB. S.E., Calgary 269-0313. FLOORS, CONCRETE steps driveways; roof shingling, house remodelling. Phone Joe Caruso, 738-J463, Iron Springs. ment size. Helntiman upright Grande piano Excellent condition. MALE EMPLOYMENT A DISC JOCKEY Recorder message by Jim Elliot tells you how Phone 328-3636, Columbia School or Broadcasting. Magrarh. FOR PART-TIME JANITOR work Wrlle P.O. Box 116, ESTIMATES ON CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS, pallos, retaining walls, floors, etc. Guaranleed workmanship. Phone 327-3641. Coma In today and look over our laraB seleclion of reconditioned pianos. All makes. Apply 11B Slh Street South. ST. LOUIS FURNITURE body shop, wilh opportunity lo op-prenllce. Phone 327-1006. CARPENTER Phone 327-5905 or 327-7663. Apply 727 8lh St. S., between 5-7 p.m. MUSIC HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE ooklng for sleady or permanent work. Try me! Phone 3Z7-7960. LESSONS. O.B. BENTSEN, A.N.C.M. 632 21sl ST. S. PHONE 327-iPSfi. STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estlmales. Phone 337-B2B6. miles west on Highway Ihrea COALHURST MOBILE HOMES Phone 327-3744 STATION ATTENDANT 40B MUSICAL TICK-et seller For any fund ion, large or small. Phone 327-4821. Good secure 104, Wrlle Box SEWING PATIOS, SIDEWALKS, rumpus rooms. Finishing, framing, form work. Free esllmales. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 328-B5S1. 9433-30 ALL REPAIRS CHIMNEY, FIRE-place, cemenl, brick, painting FIVE STRING BANJO. CALL alter 5 p.m. 9S3-29H ONE USED ALTO SAXOPHONE FOR sale Very good cofidillon. Phone FEMALE HELP PRESSURE WELDERS WANTED-Please reply to Box ICO, Herald, giving age, experience and salary AND ALTERATIONS done. Reasonable. Phone 328-6911. 7EW. mo'5 ESPANA ELECTRIC BASS-INCLUD-Ind hard shell case with new strings, SI 00. Phone 326-7695. MOBILE HOME DIVISION See Ihe complete homes In Squire, Page, Vista Villa and Bell Manor In single and double units 50 models to choose ddle aged and willing. Phone 33B-5591 C7S56-1 URGENT1 CAPABLE WOMAN WITH no dependents to work In farm home. A 1 modern conveniences. Phone 697-22SO or box 247, Champion. YOUNG MAN OVER 20 lo work at Top's House of Plzia. No experience necessary. Please app y In person. SUNBURST STYLE BROOCH Ealons vlclnily. Reword. Phone 32B-5B34. Renovations and hoose raising. 328-1055. GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson End Sorenson Construction, 1020 'In Ave S. Phone 3276182. SPECIALS On instruments of all lypes. M U 5 1 C L A N D light delivery and collecting. Part or full-lime for approximately six weeks. Apply office seven, upstairs, Melropol tan Building, after 10 a.m. WHITE SAMOYED PURE-bred. Child's pet. Reward. Phone 327-2337. S EGRET A RY. Some bookkeeping. Mature person. Ap-p y with references to West Castle Recreation Resort, Box 1239, WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG. ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 3JB-5715. RED TARTAN CHANGE purse aboul 5 In. long. Phone 41 PRODUCE FOR bedroom, lully furnished. As low as S9P75. Vista Villa 12xiS, three bedroom. Fully furnished. As low as S9475. Guaranteed Service after purchase. _ow down payments. Bank rale flnanc-ng. Trades accepted. Open Sunday afternoon (or browsing. Phone 327-0822 or 327-1780. UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave. and 3rd SI. S. WAITRESS WANT-ed. Please apply In person aller 6 p.m. a he House of Wong, 254 13th SI. N. We urgently require Industrial Electr -clans in Northern Alter a experienced In the servicing and major ma nlen-ance of eleclrlc drive equipment. Including Heavy Duty Off-Highway Trucks and Fronl-End Loaders. Applicants should be very lam llflr wilh A. C. and D. C. eleclrlcal genera ion equipmenl, traction type electric motors, and e ec ronlc conlro syslems, Please telephone 267-illl, Calgary, or J24-B276, Edmonton, or forward a summary of experience and qualifications lo: Personnel Department Mannix Co. Lid. 815 2nd Street S.W., P.O. Box 2828, Calgary 2, BROWN FRAME AND R BUILDERS AND FINISHERS Rumpus rooms. HOTHOUSE TOMATOES FOR Dan's Greenhouse, mile east of stockyards. al Woolco, Ihe Dallas or Alexandra. Phone 653-3995, Cardston. cupboards, finished carps h 1 e r work, fireplaces, garages Phone 32B-9B77 DUTCH BULBS ARE NOW INI DAF-fodils, tulips, hyacinlhs and crocuses. Good seleclion available. Garden of Oplimlsm, Sunrise Ranch, Coaldale, Alia. Phone FOR DOWNTOWN RETAIL STORE APPLICANTS PLEASE STATE EXPERIENCE, REFERENCES, AGE, ETC. WRITE BOX 98, HERALD. SEPTEMBER FROM farm norlh of Vulcan Grey poodle, answers lo TuHy. Reward offered. Phone 405-6674, Vulcan or 249-2052, Calgary. OF H1LLSPRSNG Nolrce Is hereby given that under Ihe provisions of Ihe Tax Recovery Act, Ihe Village ol Hlllsprlng will offer for sale by public auction al Ihe office of Ihe Secrelary-TrEasurer, Hlllspnng, on Saturday, the 16th day ol October, 1971 at 10 o'clock In Ihe forenoon Ihe following parcel of land: Lot 1, Block 4. Plan 370BD Each parcel will be offered for sale Bub eel lo Ihe approval of the Minister of Municipal Afialrs and lo a reserve bid and lo the reservallons and condllions conlalned In the existing certificate of Mile. Terms: Cash. Redemption may be effecled by payment of all arrears of laxes and cost at any lime prior to the sale. Dated at Hillsprlng Ihls 29th day cf September, 1971. Keith L. Tolman, Secretary-Treasurer MaclNTOSH APPLES, PRUNES, pears will be ripe and In good supply In Creslon Valley orchards. September 20 and on. Orchard-fresh and reasnn-able prices. TYPIST AND GEN-erel clerk for part-time work. (20 hours per Please Include age, experience, marilal status and references wilh reply, to Box 107, SEPT. 11 WEEKEND, Beauvals Lake Road Part of camper jack (long silver cylinder wilh base and Phone collet afler 6 p.m., Lelhbridge, or leave at Sorge's, Pincher Creek. 42 TRUCKS FOR WILLING AND AGGRE5-sive young woman by established men's wear stnrs. Permanent position. General duties and clerking. Experience preferred but not essential. Apply Box 95, Herald. C756B I960 IHC 3i TON 4X4- ID'S 17th ST. S. Phone 327-4209. AUTOS RIDE FROM COAL-dale, Tuesday and Thursday morning, S or a.m. Phone 345-3748. 19W INTERNATIONAL HALF TON Good rubber, goad condition. Phone 327-27-13. 1955 to 1957 Chevrolet. Will pay cash- Phone 32B-345B. WITH PLEASANT VOICE For telephone work w'rfh local firm (or approximately five weeks. No experience necessary. Short hours. Apply office 7, above Melropolllfln Slore. aller 10 a.m. MALE A CANADIAN monthly gay publication featuring cor-respondance section. Informallon, write Dept L H., Box 154 Station Q, Tor-onlo 7, Ontario. 1971 EIGHT FT. CASCADE CAMPER On 1542 GMC, Excellent condilicn Phone 327-7671. PAID For used cars and trucks or will accept consignment. TOWN COUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 328-3654 1950 DODGE TON TRUCK, NEW six cylinder motor, box and hoist, SS50 Phone 3-15-4HB. EXTRA MONEY Show Canada's finest line of Chrlslmas Cards, Wraps, Novelties, etc. Over 350 Items. For free colored catalogue, samples on approval and prompt service: Jeandron Greeting Card Co. Ltd, 1253 King Street East, ADMINISTRATOR Required by TOWN OF PEACE RIVER RESPONSIBILITIES to assume the duties of Secretary-Treasurer ard the Administration of all Town act vll cs and departments according to Ihe policies of Ihe Counc 1. QUALIFICATIONS Tha applicant should have a Certificate In Munlclpa Adminlslrallon and proven adm nlslra five nb lily. A background In account Ing, planning and personnel Is des r-able. A familiarity w th Alberla leg s-lat on pertaining to Municipalities Is essential. A new electronic data ac counting system Is being Installed am some knowledge of such systems wll be an advantage. SALARY RANGE per annum. Application forms may be obla ned from, and applications must be submitted not later lhan Friday, October 15, 1971 to: The Administrator Town of Peace River Box 125 Peace River, AlberTa ANONYMOUS Anyone wilh a drinking problem. Phone 337-8049 or 320-3246, filler recently overhauled. Will accept cash or calves. Phone 732-4962, Picture BuHe. LIVESTOCK OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX B61, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE CAROL, 328-7871, SHIRLEY, 327-6292. 1164 IHC SCOUT FOUR WHEEL drive New rubber. Complete with winch, etc. Varzarl Iron Lid. ?B03 2nd AVC. N. 32B-W1J. head approximately. Phone 653-2130, Cardston. CAN YOU GET THOSE BEAUTIFUL AVON GIFTS? Call 27B-7424. Belter yet, become nn AVON Representative and sell Ihem to many others who want to buy them. OF 1 STOCK REMOVED-FREE DEPARTMENT 19SO V-8 FARGO FOUR SPEED Acme transmission; Chryco power lock rear-end. S35Q. Take lawn mower In trade. Phone 337-2W1. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phone 32B-1336, Lelhbrldge; 2232567, Taber. SERVICES AND HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received bv Ihe undersigned up lo 11 o'clock am. Standard Time on Friday, October B, 1971 for the conslruclion of Ihe following work: Highway 41, Jet. Hwy. 4 to W of Wrentham Mile 000 to Miles 12.60 Asphaltic Concrele Pavemenl, and Olher Work Approximate Quantities Tons of Gravel Ton Miles Haul Contract and SpeuNcalions may be oblained al the office of Ihe Chief Conslructlon Engineer, Highways Build-Inn, Edmonlon, Alberla, Ihe gffice of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Sir-el. NW, Calgary, Alberla, and the oflice of' Ihe Disirict Engineer, Administration Building, Lelhbridge, Alberla, and will be available only lo Individuals registered and operating In the Province of Albcrla, or 1o partnerships or corporations registered and operating In and who have established a lixed place of business In Ihe Province of Alberla. A deposil of Twenly Five Do ars payable to Ihe Provincial Treasi rer, will be required Tor each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened In public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepled. L. H- McManus Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. SCOTT, 2514 23rd AVE. S. WANTED ALL TYPES and sires. ALSASK PROCESSORS. Jonn Drewry Phone 326-2911. stamps, corporals seals, dalers, etc. Same-day Service. 1733 2nd Ave. S. Phone 378-511-1. 1968 GMC HANDYMAN LOW MILE age. Good rubber. Newly painted. YOU USE AN EXTRA INCOME BY UTILIZING SOME OF YOUR SPARE TIME? Many are beneflllng from a dynamic se f-employment program, which began in 1947. Whether you are an employee or self-employed, you loo may par! cipate Opportunity still exhtsl Today Is the first day of the rest cl your life. What arc you doing about 117 For furlher Information, please 1942 DODGE HALF TON. SIX CYL Inder, three speed transmission, 1 w.b Swept side box. S475. Phone 328-2059 1275 lOlh Ave. N. 1 FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing- Wholesale meat find liveslock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lefhbrldgc. on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also a 1 small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, elc. No iob loo large or loo small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Phone 327-4456. 19iS IHC 1700 LOADSTAR. FIVE speed, a-lS engina, air, 14 ft. steel end dump box or 13 ft. double door wood beet box Offers. One mile northwest ShaUQhnessy. Julius Urban, Picture BulJe. MACHINERY FORD OR FORD FERGUSON tractor with front-end manure bucket Stale price and condition- Box 674 Coaldale. HAUL FREE EST1-males. Phone engine, shag carpef, tachometer, elgh track slereo, bucket seals, four L70X 15 in. Inglewood tires, dual exhaust Ihree speed slick, (our 15 In. ]ct stream slot rims, dark melalllc qreen In color. Phone 7i2-20iB, Raymond. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES Phone 337-3191, 2 lo 8 p.m. today only. GROUND MANURE PACK-cd In plaslic bags. si. 50 each. For ree delivery phone 377-9530. USED CRIB. PHONE MALE HELP Free estimates. Phone 337-3M1. C 7037- Truck Tire Sale 670 x 15 six ply S24.9S. 700 x 15 six cly S2B.9S. 650 X 16 six ply nylon-S2B.95. 750 x 16 eight ply nylon-S33.95. 750 x 17 eight ply GARAGE DOOR. PHONE 327-9716 Credit Union REQUIRES MANAGER Banking and credit union knowledge essential. Must personable and able to meet ihe public. Write P.O. Box 1237, Lclhbndqe slating age, marital status and experience TO THE EDITOR 5570 Required by THE CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION] OF ALBERTA Edmonfon This pfrson will be required To assist the Editor In all phases of product sn (except printing) of a bl-week y tabloid newspaper. Responsibilities In the Association's program of public re are also B part of this job. Applicants should have an education or experience of a kind which will en-ab e them lo perform Ihp above work competently. Ski 1 In writing news and feature stories s a necessity. Knowledge of photography nnd darkroom wi 1 be on asset. Applicants should be free for travel within 1ho Province. Applications should be mailed lot The Executive Director Civi Service Association of Alberta 10975 124 Street Edmonton, Alberta KINDS OF JUNK HAULED, trees trimmed, yard cleaned up. Free estimates. Phone 327-2641. 1951 JEEP FLATHEAD motor for perls. Phone 338-7J43. AND HEDGES TRIMMED OR removed Free estimates. Phone 337-243B cr 327-7398. STOCK WATERING dams and dug-outs to construct. Wil take grain tor partial payment. Phone Trotler Construe lion, 23J-2087, Fort Macleod. ROTTED MANURE PHONE Vic Bzdell, before fl a.m. and afler 3 p m. x 20 10 ply S65.00. 900 x 20 10 ply S75.00. TRACTION 670 X IS six ply S2B.93. 700 x 15 six ply 532.00. 650 X six ply S32.00. 750 x 16 elqht ply S45.00. 750 x 17 eight ply 00. 750 x 50 1Q ply 625 X 30 10 ply S75.00. 900 x 20 10 ply rylon-SBS.oo. Installed -IMPERIAL MOTORS and Tire Service Cor. 2nd Ave. and 7th Sr. S. C71 COALDALE CURLING RINK TO START OCTOBER 121h Experience an asset but nol essential. Apply before Oclober 7th to W D. Gelderl, Recreation Director, Box Ei9, Coaldale or phone 345-3746, mornings. FULLY INSURED TREE STEEL CAST IRON 32i-309J. VARZARI IRON LTD SCRAP YARD, 330B 2nd Ave. N Phone 328-9342. MOVING Specially In moving larger type trees; also for sale, Evergreen trees up to 20 fl tall. Phone 327-6172, aller 6 p.m CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TAKE NOTICE THAT on Mond.iy, the 3l5t day of October, 1971, al hour of o'clock In the allernoon In the Council Chamber of City Hall, t h e Council of the Clly of Lelhbridge will hold a Pub! c Hearing tn consider Ihe proposed By-law No. 3000 known as a Dy-law to establish a transportation system for Iho Clly of Lelhbridqe, AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT a copy of the proposed By-law may be Insprrtrd fit the office of the Clly Clerk in Ihe City Hall during tne normal office hours, AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person who wishes to make representation concerning tho proposed By-Law shall llrst file B wrlllen rubmisslon wilh .the Clly Clerk nol later lhan o'clock noon on Thurs-d.iv the 3B1h day of Oclober, 1971, AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT such ncrscns us file such wrll-fcn submlss on may appear nt Ihr Public Hoarinrj lo make representations concornlnn thplr submissions, hul Mjh rrl to Ihe ccndiilon Ihnt oral representation In ii'pport til a brief will be Imltcd to flllccn minutes nnd one rchullnl per od ol no mora than llvo DATED thfi City of Lelhbrklge this 6lh dny ot October, 1971. John Gerla CIcrK PRICES FOR Melals Steels r.nd cast Galleries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1503 2nd Ave. S- Phone 327-H61 EXPERIENCED SALESMAN For year-round steady employment In the furniture trade. No previous furniture experience necessary. Must be able to meet Ihe public. Write box 45, Herald POULTRY AND ROASTING CHICKENS, WANTED NEW OR USED, IN GOOD CONDITION PAGE WIRE HOG WIRE OR LINK WIRE. MUST BE THREE FT. HIGH OR MORE. PHONEi 222 3777 OR WRITE WRENTHAM FARM SUPPLIES, BOX 70, WRENTHAM. per Ib. Also friers. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale PETS AND CLIPPING AND GROOMING. Reasonable. Phone 328-3763. 42A TRUCK IRON Copper Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying more-NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 306 33rd St. North TRAINEES Rapidly expanding retail firm with stores from coast to coast has Immediate openings lor reccnl graduates to Iraln on Ihe [ob for store management, Fulure opportunities In home office and administrative positions. WE OFFER five year training program slnrllng AND FEMALE REGISTERED wtilie miniature French Poodles. Have received distemper shots. Six monihs old. House trained. Phone 327-3039. C 7653 STEEL AND WOOD UTILITY TOOL end parts box, til Inside and ove standard elqht (1. truck box. 327-J652 BUSINESS 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR MALE -FEMALE HELP SEAT RESTAURANT IN qocd location. Selling (or heallh reasons. Interested party write Box 39, Hemld. CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD. HIGHWAY 25 SOUTH PHONE 327-1335 OR 327-B459 PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE FEMALE EMPLOYMENT verslty of Lelhbridge Invites applications for SECURITY PATROL OFFICERS QUALIFICATIONS Shift work n-eluding Saturdays find Sundays. Driver's licence and First Aide cert Heate deslrnbe. Tactful, courteous and people or entated, r'hyslcfllly able to cope wilh outside and Inside working conditions. Previous ocper encn not essential. SALARY RANGE j39fl.JS04. CLOSING DATE OCTOBER 7, INTO ALBERTA nnd lake over fl General Sloro nnd the only Bulcher Shop, which serves wealthy farming area. Living quarters al rear of shop" Excellent fnmlly oper-nllon. Down payment will hftndlc nnd Icrms can arranged. Tolal of includes building, slock nnd equip-mcnl, For clolnlli, or rrrnrds, conlact Jack Hlnglns ol HAY REALTY LTD. 327-7077 ilnys nnd 327-51B1 cvcnlnqs DO IRONING IN MY HOME Phone 33B-8461. Reserve Your MOTOR HOME NOWI For your winter vacation to ihe sooth Attention Hunters! Special Hunting Sen eon roles nre now In effort, Ihrouqh lo December. Low Low, Rental Rules. RENT DY WEEK OR MONTH PREBUILT INDUSTRIES LTD. RecrMtlon Rentnli Division 691 4ln Ave. N. Phono 333 4-111 BABYSIT IN MY HOME WEEK dciys. Phone 328-1031. Insurance Pension plon nnd other benefits QUALIFICATIONS BABYSIT ONE CHILD IN MY home ncnr Agnei Davidson School. Phone 376-7493. DAI1Y5IT IN MY HOME 4tn St. and )3lh Ave. N. Phone 32B-7R55 be prepared to grnrio XII Prefcrcnca given to cell eg t orod-UfltCi APPLY -S. S. KRESGE CO. LTD. 4th Ave. 6th Street 327-4155 323 5lh St. 5. PhohB 31S-1044 1 RETIRE IN 10 YEARS 1 i Office hulldlno on Ird Ava. S. 1 i Low down payment. 1 i Terms for 10 years. I i Two slorny building, M x 75. Parking lot In wanf Willinm McMnhon lolri Ihe House o( Representatives Wortnesdny Australia wnnls tn join tho Group of Ten, tlie West's lending fin.incinl nations, lie sale) his government Is actively seeking membership, hut tho 10 did not nt present waul Australia DO TYPING, SPECIALIZE .137-2639, evenings. DO BABYSITTING IN MY horns anytime, any ago. Phone 33fl 49V.. are available by mail or from the Personne Office. Phone 329-2276, Leth-bridge. LICENCED KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, Ux weeks to ilx yean. Phonn 328-iAOi. Phono Frank Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS REED Passed away In Edmonton on Tuesday, Sep- tember 28, 1971, Mrs. Lilian Reed, beloved wife of the late Mr. Job (Budd) Reed, former- ly of Lelhbridge. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C7CG5 AMBROSE Passed away suddenly in the city on Tues- day, September 28, 1971, Mr. George Wendell Ambrose, at the age of 76 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Sadie Am- brose, of 733 Laurentian Place, Victoria, B.C. Besides his lov- ing wife, he is survived by one son, Thomas L. Ambrose of Brentwood Bay, B.C.; one daughter, Mrs. A. B. (Kath- leen) Croteau of Warner; and six granddaughters. He was predeceased by one sister and four brothers. Mr. Ambrose will be forwarded to Victoria, B.C. for the funeral service and interment. MARTIN BROS. LTD., in Charge of Forwarding Arrangements. C7666 KUHN Passed away in Coaldale on Tuesday, Septem- ber 28, 1971, following an ill- ness of several months, Mrs. Anna Kuhn, at the age of 90 years of Coaldale, beloved wife of the lale Mr. Wilhelm Kuhn. Born in Josefstal, Ukraine in 1881, the late Mrs. Kuhn came to Coaldale in April of 1952, and has resided there until her passing. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. D. (Kalherine) Geworsky and Mrs. W. (Anna) Schmold, both of Coaldale and Mrs. Flor- entina Kuhn of Lethbridge; thirty-two grandchildren; fifty- eight great grandchildren and five great great grandchil- dren; one sister, Mrs. Elenor Becker in Germany. Besides her loving husband, she was predeceased by two sons, Wil- helm and Godfried and two daughters, Mrs. Louisa Kasar- chuck and Elenor Kuhn. The funeral service will be held on Sunday, October 3, 1971, at Z p.m. in the Coaldale Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, with Pastor E. Lucas officiating. In- trcment will follow in the Coal- dale cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL, 812 3rd Ave. S. Phone: 328-2361. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7667 JONES Passed away sud- denly in Edmonton on Monday September 27, 1971, the Rev- erend Lyle Brian Jones at the age of 39 years, beloved hus- band, of Mrs. Peggy Jones of 1055 Lakoway Boulevard. Born and raised in Vulcan, the late Reverend Jones received his higher education at the Uni- versity of Alberta and Saint Stephen's College, Edmonton In 1961 he accepted his first pastoral charge at Stralhmore, then to Saskatoon in and to Lethbridge to the McKillop United Church in 1967 where he has served until his passing, was very well known throughout Southern Alberta through his Radio and TV pro- Something to Think About. He was a member of the Downtown Kiwanis Club; President-elect of United Church Alberta Conference; Past Chairman of the Southern Alberta Presbytery and very active in Community Affairs. Besides his 'oving wife, he is also survived by one daughter, Linda and four sons, Lylc, Pat- rick, Shaun, and Stephen, all at his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H. Jones of Calgary; his grandfather, Mr. C. R. Mc- Brien of High River and two sisters, Mrs. Kaye Phillips and Mrs. Marrianne MacLean boUi of Calgary. The funeral service will be held Thursday, Septem- 30lh, a.m. in the McKillop United Church, Leth- wilh the Rev. Au- brey Edworfhy of Edmonlon of- ficiating, assisted by the Rev. Bob Thompson and Rev. Jack Patterson, both of Calgary. In- terment will follow at p.m. in Queens Park Cemetery, Cal- gary. In lieu of flowers, friends may donate to the Alberla teart Fund, care of Mrs. M, N. Wray 1705 15Ui Street S., bridge. Friends may pay Ilieir respects at Martin Brothers TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, H12 3rd Avenue South. Phone 328- 2.161. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C1CM MAJOR CARRIER TOKYO (AP) Japan's bul- let trnins have carried more 400 million passengers since they were put n'g'1- service between Tokyo and Osnkn in 1964, rnilwny au- thorities say. FUNERALS FLEMING Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Sarah Hannah Fleming, beloved wife of Mr. John Fleming of Lethbridge who died in the city Thursday, Sept. 23, 1971, at the age of 88 years, was held at 2 p.m. Mon- day, Sept. 27, 1971, in the Chris- tensen Chapel wilh Capt. Har- old Cobb officiating. Pallbear- ers were James Brown, Bill King, Thomas Earl, Charlie Conners, P. C. Plomp and Frank Gorda. Cremation fol- lowed. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. BACEDA Funeral service for Mr. Domenico Baceda, who died in the city on Friday, Sept. 24, 1971, after a brief illness at the age of 75 years, was held at a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1971, in Martin Bros. Mem- orial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Pallbearers were John and Frank Baceda, Doug Mahon. Bob Pozzebolm, Neil Horlacker and Hans Ellingson. Interment was in the Mount Calvary sec- tion of Mountain View Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS ZUBERSKY To the doctors, Fathers Field and O'Reilly, Mrs. Filchak and her excellent nurs- ing staff, the nursing faculty and students of L.C.C., Mrs. Kay Gyulai for her many acts of kindness, dear Sharon in O.K., "Skimmy" in Physio, my ever- patient family, all the friends who sent cards, gifts and flow- ers, and the many visits that helped so much to make my stay in hospital pleasant "Thank Zubersky. 1092 IN MEMORIAMS COMAI In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Alfredo, who passed away September Z9, 1962. Beautiful memories woven In gold, This is the picture your loved ones hold, Deep in our hearts your memory is kept, To love and to cherish and never forget. remembered by wife Olga, daughters, Wil ma, Rita and families. 1139 MELVIN In loving mem- ory of William (Bill) Melvin, who passed away September 29, 1967. Quietly remembered every day, Sadly missed along life's way. Just as you were, you will always be Treasured and loved in our memories. missed by your wife Dorothy; Beverly, Larry and families. 1093 Traffic signals ordered Traffic signal materials have been ordered for the intersec- tion of Highway 4 and Highway 5 at Hie south end of Mayor Man'-ith Drive. No dale has been set for in- stallation of the signal but it is expected to be put in this winter. The streets engineer also re- por'" work on sidewalks and gutlers under this year's pub- lic works budget is 90 per cent complete. Work is also finished on lane- paving projects for (lie year, wilh 17 lanes gelling an asphalt surfacing. The streets engineer has re- ceived about eight petitions for lane paving next summer. Deaths Yesterday Hy TIIF, CANADIAN PRESS Quebec Corporal Gilbert Midland, an executive of Iho Quebec Provincial Policemen's Association, died in hospital of injuries received In a car crash. Washington Former Jus- Lice Hugo L. Black, 85, in Bcth- scdn Nnval Hospital of Inflam- maton of (lie arteries and Iho effects ol a stroke.