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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta It THe UTHMIOd HBtAlO AiHil 7, 54A UCINCIO SI MALE HELP WANttO M KISONaU KBAOLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE ChMren, SALESMEN Train weekly. Him HOT. COSTANZaS DAY CARE CENTRE Phone 328-5057. WAN WANTED TO WORK FULL trpe fcirh sheeo, firming and horses. Box MH, Taber w Phone MM. 55 MAU EMPLOYMENT WANTED WANTED: MATURE GENTLEMAN or day [anltorlal work. (Full Itmt Pnona ion Mr. J. Krlebar. YOUNO MAN SEEKS EMPLOYMENT Will anything, Ed., H4- 3S11. HJM4 SPRING CLEAN UP AM kinds cf lur.k ha-jled Rea- sonable. Phone 87-UII. HUH FARM HELF WANTS) IttARRlED MAN FOR GENERAL ranch vwk. Must be experienced vrilh livestock and machinery. Small lemity or.lf, must be abstainers. Woman lo COOK for one or I wo men. Modern and utilities supplied. School bus lo door, year-round employment Phone MMW or wile I_ 6. Wesley Box J2J, Graiium. Cr ADVICE INFORMATION AND Dl. recllon centre A.I.D. A community ser- vice. Office hours 10 p.m. 327-7311 Cltn-U SELF-ADHESIVE LABELS n supermarkets, scores, etc. Top ccn-.mlsslon advanced. RepMh. catalogue available. W7lte Icday. Alexander Label Factory, Wellinafon SI., Ottawa 3, Ont. FAMILIES OF FR01LEM DRIKK- ERS KEEOlhiS UNDERSTAN01KS AND IKFORMATIOti CONTACT AL AKON FAMILY CROUP. WRITE IN- QUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX ail. LETHBRIDGE. 'ALBERTA. similar HYDSOLIN your complexion. Ckar, color- less, aqual'y effective en dry or oily akin, nigM or day. Many pleased man. Only 1UO for 1 ounce; U.OO for 3 OWKH: for madkaled soap at Stubbs' Pharmacy, Tamblyn's and Self-consclaos due to acne, pimples and Kltson's Pharmacy. MM WANTED QUALIFIED SER- VICE MANAGER FOR TIRE SHOP. APPLY NORTH LETH- MIDGE MO-TIRES. WOULD YOUR MARRIAGE PART. NER AND YOJ BE INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN A GROUP FOCUSING ON FAMILY LIFE BE- GINNING APRIL ITH1 IF SO, FOX FURTHER INFORMATION OR KEGI- TRATION CONTACT: THE LETH- BRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE. PHONE sm. DEATH MARRIED MAN FOR YEAR-ROUND farm job. Must be capable of handling big equipment and have some experi- ence witti cattle. Modern two bedroom house on separata farm, utilities. Must have own furniture and vehicle. Ab- stainers preferred, references. 734- K37, Granum. 7390-7 57 FEMAIE HRt> WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESS, PART OR full-time. Night Apply Shanghai Chop Suey. afler p.m. CTM-I EXTRA EARNINGS Unexp ted expenses? Sills, Bills, ish these worries and at the time work for voursetf. Slart a Rawleigh business of your own full or part-time. For free Information write W. T. Rawklsh Co. Ltd., Dept. D-714, Henry Ave., WliwFpeg J, Manitoba. FULL TIME WAITRESS WANTED, nTght shift. Highest waots. Phil's Res- taurant aid Pancake House. CJ32W WANTED: CHAMBERMAID FOR modern molor hotel, [lull-IIM employ- Phone attention Mrs. Charles. LADIES LADIES LADIES Here Is an opportunity for you lo make monthly lust by talking to a few of your friends. For deialls write C72M-7 JOURNEYMAN MACHINIST and JOURNEYMAN WELDER Year-round employn-erf. hour week. ASK ABOU1 OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAN Only I15.GO per month Rent applies to purchase prki New or used HEINTZMAN PHONE 32H643 CMil-tf TOMPKUiS Puwd in the city on Sunday, April 5, 1970, following a lengthy ill- ness, MLsc Dork Tomp- tins, years, sis llth St. S., amoved sistn- of Mrs. L. S. UeGlen and Mn. B. (Bcaulah) Divii, both of Letfcfcridgr. Keqiiem Mass will be ccMntcd on Wednesday at It a.m. ia St. Pitrick's Cathotie Ctwtfa with Father M. H. Gink, O.M.I, ntebraot. Interment will fol- low in Mount Calvary sectioa of Mountain View Cem e t e r y. Prayers will be said on Tues- day (tonight) at in St. Pat- rick's Church. Those who wish may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- C7390 JDeaths, Of JLnL; Jn JM, DEATHS BACZUK Passed away suddenly ia the city on Satur- day, April 4, 19n, Mary Bac- zuk, aged 6S years, beloved wife of Mr. Join Baczuk of 1618 10th Ave. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Wedoes- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone or after p.m. Apply In person OFFICE, Lelhbridge. ELLISON'S HEAD If a wedding Is In your fjturu THE LETHBRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE wocM like to help you give your mar- riage a good start with a pre-mar- riage Counseling Course of ten_ Tnler vkws. WHY ling C NOT CALL US TODAY FOR FURTHER DETAILS? LETK- BRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE-PHONE 327-57M. RELIABLE HOUSEKEEPER IN CAL- gary Immediately, for llshl duties and seme assistance to seml-l.ivalld. Sleep In permanent. 611 sifton Blvd. S.W., Ciljary. Phone 2O-2WJ. 5J5M AVON REPRESENTATIVES NEEDED NOW to safisFy demands ot cust- t.T.ers. Yo-j wcfk own hours In your own territory. Call or write new Mrs. M. Scott, Ittti Ave. 5. EXPERIENCED FRONT-END MAN Required lo operate wheel machine In Fernle, B.C. Salary plus ccrr.rolsslon for right person. WRITE BOX 59, HERALD CALLING GIRLS IS YRS. AND OVER to plrt raspberries duiing July and Aug., at Abbctsford, B.C. For oartlcu- rars contact Huntingdon Farms, L W. Moore, Mgr., Huntingdon, B.C. DOWNTOWN CHARTER BANK RE- QUIRES EXPERIENCED TELLER FOB PART-TIME WORK. PHONE 32B4U1, FOR AN INTERVIEW. C737S-II 73 KKINESS OffOftTUNtTICS SPARE-TIME INCOME Refilling md codtdVtg monty from NEW TYPE cofrv-opwattd dispensers in your Ho wiling. To qualify you must have ear, references, MOO to MSti. SCVM to Iwtlve 'noun weekly can net excellent month- ly Mote lull For oer- Sonal write CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. 0, 1W Bay St., Suite 205, Toronto 1, Ontwlo. Include phont number. CARDS OF THANKS SUMNEI I would like to xpress my thanks to everyone who visited me, seat Bourn, cards, gifts and also those who day at 11 a.m. ia Catholic Church, St. Basil's with Rw. Father G. Marien cekbrant. In- terment will foQow in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Phow 328-ZK1. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors'of Funeral Service. C7391 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1M7 CLERK TYPIST Bookkeeping knowledse. Married wo- man preferred. Reply In own hand- writing stating age and experier.ce Revelstoke Building Mat- I. O341J BOISE CASCADE Genera! Accounting Clerk For dutie3 accounting payable and purchasing department. Salary de- pendent on quatillcatrons. Please apply in writing to P.O. Box Lethbrldse. PROVINCE OF AtBERTA ReguirM INTERNAL AUDITOR LETHBRIDGE Tht Provincial Auditors OHkt rc- qu-m a 'mature, responsible In- divld'jal fo pre-auxSit all expendi- tures InitlaFed by the Urivcrsirv ot Lethbridge. Trie s-xcessful ip- ptkant V.IIL ensure re'atra University regulations are adhered to. that correct procedures art followed, irxJ that work is eortv pieted iccurately >nd marritained in current slate, 'AppUcanrs must have senior matrict latjon and some formal accounting or avxlil triin- Ing supplemented by mln.rr.um of three years refited experlenct. The salary for this positron b S54I to UI3 per mvith. Starling safary commensurate with qualifl- cations. Ccinpetltlon No.- 0007-C-l. Ctnes-AprU 14, For detaili and apply to rhe P ersonrxl Adintafctratron Off tee, GDvernrrunt rf Alberts, Room 1101, John J. Bowlen 630 7th Averm S.W., Calsary J, Alberta. 67 StRVKES AND facility available. We consider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans DRYWALL, TAP1KG, ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 3M-7M. CONTRACTS SOUTHERN STAV.P AKD STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seats, dal-ers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 Jnd Ave. s. Phone BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-Mat C7377-tf MAYTAO SALES and SERVICE. SER-vkes on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, elc- No STEINER CEMENT WOdlC, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 377-JOB6. too laroe or too small. LETHBRiDOE APPLIANCES, TO 3rd Aye. S. Phona 317-UH. SCREEN AKD STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 3M-S7U. 70 INSTALLATION AND WELL-ROTTED MANURE. S2.SO YD., minimum. Load M. Phone 377.1426. work, sob Atwcod, 1903-Hh Ave. S. W-1KI. NEW LAWNS PUT IN, ODD JOBS and rotdlllhs. Phont 327 TON WILL TRAVEL FOR spring cleanifp and garbage hauLlng. Phcne IS YOUR MOTOR MOWER READY for spring? Service and tune-up, 327-73M. TILE, CEMENT WORK. renovations, alterations. Phone J and J Cuslom -at-isn. J44S-H TREES TRIMMED AND ODD JOBS done. Phone 337-M31 RAVEN 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus roon-3, re- MORRIS Stantoa Ear! Patrick, beloved husband of Mrs. Florence Morris, passed away on Sunday, April 5th in the Foothills Genera! Hospital in Calgary at the> age of 58. He is survived by his wife Florence; two daughters, dilyrme (Mrs. M. Camell of Shari (Mrs. J Shaw of Montreal) and two sons, Stanton and Dickson, IW.h at home. In lieu of lowers donations may be sent fo the Boy Scouts of Canada, Calgary Region. Services will be held Wednesday, April 8th at p.m. in St. David's Unite Church in Calgary. 9539 about me while I wspitaliied. Abo a special thanks to the doctors, nurses, and staff of the Lettabridge Jurricipil Hospital far wonderful care 1 received. It was all very much appreciated Thank you. Sumner x 9434 PESO I wish to extend my sincere thanks to the doc tors of the Roy Clink, the nurses and staff of St. Mi- chael's Hospital; also to all my and friends and relatives for the flowers, visits and the many kindnesses extended to me during my stay in the hospital Andrew 9304 IN MEMORIAMS TEDESCO In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grandmother, Isabella, who Kissed away April 7, 1969. You suffered with courage, we knew not your pain. You fought to get well, but all was in vain.. The Lord called you home to His garden of rest, It is true what they say, He takes only the best. remembered by Mack, Ethel and family. 9311 HIGH AND LOW MAYO, Y.T. (CP) The Chamber of Commerce adver tises Mayo as the hottest an coldest spot in the Yukon. Rec ord temperatures are 95 de- grees in summer and 80 below zeitt in winter. IN MEMORIAMS TEDESCO Ia on- of a dear pandmotter, Isabella who passed away April T, UK. Our memories of your kindneai and Imulyi Will abide in our Bert M long at we sfaaD Inc. Always remembered and sadly by her n Alfred, Judy atid grandchiidrfn. Kll TEDESCO In loving mem- ory of a dear grandmother, Isabella Tedesco, who passed away 1969. Quietly reroeirierfd through the1 year, With aching heart and unseen tear, A lonng mature, a heart 01 ffM, How much we miss her couk never be told. remembered by Ronnie, Don sad fcur great grandchildren. 9503 a peiuu ao Terr ADMTT b bring ory of a dear wnV, momer aad grandmother, Lily Elizabeth Ad- nitl, who passed awqr April T, 195S. SJe was rare, Cffluent wiUi DOOM afio Binvtjrs tore. Her life was mtdfuh, kr sbelrved, Not to receive but to give. awed and bend by her Walter, Walter 'and families tod fjjtu: ialwj Lillian. O 61 TEACHHB WANTED FOR COMPLETE GARDENING AND landscaping and tree Phona mtx FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE JM-W94. LAWN AREATING AND GARDEN rotitilllng. Mike Bobek. PrxvM 327-1777. 1715-tf ROTOTILLING, LAWK SEEDING, landscaping, spring clean-up. Phone modelling and repairs. Phone 337-32ly. CARPENTER ASD CEMENT WORK before flower and garden time. Phone m-mt, after 6 p.m. 1HO-3CA RUMPUS ROOMS AND suites. Phone CEMENT WORK, FENCES, GARAGES, "srns repaired, odd ]obs. Phone XH or Res. ttU If MATURE WOMAN FOR fULL OR PART-TIME KITCHEN WORK Convenient shifts can be Arranged lor won-jn. APPLY TO MR. RICK KENNEDY A 8. W SHOPPERS' WORLD YARDS CLEANED, ODD JOBS DONE, fence mended, cleaned or what havt you. 327-JGW. RECEPTIONIST Local large, company requires vkes of an 'attractive young woman with pleasing personality, TTM posUlon would reqi-Tra experle-'tce In the 'operation at a switchboard, typing and Excellent working conditions and Uvt day week, Top ta'ary to mcceul-jl appllcart. Reply In writing, giving ft full Infor- matron as to experience and when you can start. All conffoVitlal. WRITE BOX 67, HERALb, TABER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 6 Require! the following teachers 1i commence September, 1770, 1. Reatimg coniu.Unt to work di- rectly with teachers, admblstral- on, and other professionals within the to tht reading program. 2. English teacher for Tiber Jun- ior High School-preferably teacher with a background in reading. 3. Economics leather for Taber, 4. economics taacher for VairxtwH. Salary as per schedule. Arfdrew. applkatlor.i and Inqulrlet to', Dr. W. P, Eddy Superintendent of Schools Taber School Division No. 6 Box 1239 Taber, Alberto WELL-ROTTED MANURE. Mo YD. U Phone 54M-H GARDEN ROTOTILLING New towns-put In, servke, reasonable rates. Phone 327-7M1. 9393-M PUBLIC NOTICES PARSONS HARDWARE 5HOPPER5' WORLD PHONE Garden Tool Rental! Jtototillers, power rakes, chain saws, elc., ate., TENDER Scaled tenders will accepted by the undersigned until 5 P.M. April IfTO, ro supply tne following chemicals: of W Either low volatile gallon cans H or. row ante gallon Malithlon wtfh livestock label 24 cases of co-ral Delivery ihall be M IS 71 POULTRY AND SUPfUiS 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS Learn this profession. free Information Ont. M, Ux- B77-I STARTED TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Phone 2WCH or 134-37M, Fort Mac- ade not liter than Way. 15th, The Agriculture Com- minee reserves tte privilege of Inq additional quantities al tender prke. The lowest or any fender not necessarily accepted. D. M. Kolladay Seereta ry-Treasurer County of Wander No. f Warner, Alberta PROVINCE OF AlBERTA Requires CLERK-STttNOGRAPHER Tte cf Youth offers an Interesting pos- ition as secrc-fary In the Dilirlct Youth OMFce h Lethytdoe. D-jtrts Include: taking rxl transcribing scUng receptionist; rocllrve wvquirJes; seneral effice Can- dWafrt sNxi'd be hfqh school rrust proffc'enl In ryplng rvd shorthand; wr.e ofke ex> perlence h preferred. Salary range Uil to per ironth. Smarting w'arv will commensurate qual- itlcailonj. Fringe benefits 'nclirfe: .gbsldlied medical and life tr.tvra-xe; :hrtt weeks vacation; pension plan. Corr.petitfon No. Otm-C-7. C'orEi ftpflf IS, 1HO. Tor details and Information apply to Mr. Al Brewer, District Youlh Dtfarlrr.erit of Youth Sun Life Building, Ulhbrldge, A'berla. FINISH HIGH SCH001. AT HOME. Canada1.! leading school. National Col- lege 474 4fti Ave. S E., Cllgary. New Opportunity fvf FREE Career you hew to trah at home for fop pav- ing Jobs. CteeK career career carter -Cost Accounlancy career Programming carter career and Writing School Dipbtra EriGllfEERING CAREERS Electronic -K'glway -Civil -Chemical -WtxJc Sfjdy PAN READY-JK PER LB. AIM heavy hens. H. Dyck, Box tu. PhOW LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 71 PFTS AND undersigned mill p.m., Tuesday, April 21, for the renoval- PUREBRED SIAMESE KITTENS, lor SM-MJ3. al Alan Walsoo' Elementary School. Contractor! may obtain plans WANTED and mkc. Phone MI-31IS. LEE S, ASSOC. LTD., Consulting Engineers, No. 3, 1W7 3rd PART CHIHUAHUA -T POMSR-anian pups for sale. Four one female, ii. Phone deposit o( refundable providing that all documents are returned In good conditta within 10 dan affer the closing of fenders. PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE lovable pets. Would like lo have a nice new home. We "are reasonably priced. 1'Ti yd Ave. A ?hone nt-WA afler 5 p.m. 9351 bid bond or certified chewa for 19S of the contract mult accompany all bids. The successful contractor shal be required to furnish a performance bond in the amount of 50% of The con-ract. MAKING lowest or any bW will nol Mces-sarlly be accepted. V. Crumley CHINCHILLAS -FOR SALE. Treasurer and belse. Low prkes. Phone 317-B237. OF 73 BUSINESS ALBERTA SS DEPARTMENT OF JANKOMCH Mary, passed away in Lethbridge on Sunday, April 5, 1S70, at the age of 69 years, beloved wife of Michael Jankovich of 61S 7 Ave. S. Mrs. Jankovich wad born in Austria- Hungana on March 21st, 1901 and came to Canada and south- ern Alberta m 1921. She loved to garden and always had a beautiful yard around her home. Left to mourn her pass- ing besides her loving husband Michael is a sister Vaeylka Romanchuk in Austria. Re- quiem Mass will be held in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday, April 8th at a.m., with Rev. Father J. A. Carroll as cele- brant Interment will follow m the St Patrick's Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel on Tuesday (tonight) at 8 p.m. Christensen Salmon Funeral'Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service." C73S9 VAN April 4, 1970, Mrs. Frances VanWart, aged 87 years, of 2402 1 St. Calgary. Bora in Trenton, New Jersey, she came to the. Grainger district in 1905 and j homesteaded there until mov- ing to Calgary in 1951. Mrs. VanWart was predeceased by her husband, Edwin in. 1962, and a daughter, Mrs. Edith Purvis in 1969. She is sur- vived by two sons, Robert, Cal- gary, Eldwin Grainger, Alta.; three daughters, Mrs. Phyllis WakefieW, Barrhead, Alta., Mrs. J. E. (Shirley) Fisk, Calgary, Mrs. George (Vivien) Goodrich, Lethbridge; nine grandchildren and sixteen great grandchildren; two sis- ters, Mrs. Estella Begg, Van- couver and Mrs. Esther Mundt, Portland, Oregon. Services at The Garden Chapel (Fos- ter 540 16 Ave. N.W., Calgary, on Wednesday, April 8 at p.m., Rev. Dr. R. MacKinnon of Central United Church1 officiating. Interment Queen's Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, if friends desire, kindly send donations to the Ca- nadian Cancer Society, 231 7 Aye. S.E., Calgary. FEMALE REQUIRED The position Irwolrei general clerical typing rfuiles al ?ur Waiericn Qai Plarvf 1.1 fhe Pincher CriEX area Applicants should Mch or equivalent educate a-vf al ieai' yearl of clerical experience. QuanriM applicants sho-.1d write, vA- lldrj lull nua'illotrons to: SHELL CANADA LIMITED WATERTON.GAS PLANT P.O. BOX 1088 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA ATTENTION: Mr, M.J. PART-TIME BUSINESS FOR SALE. Returns over Inventory Invest- irenl t700. Box 5T, Herald. V3J4-8 THIRTY-FOUR UNIT MOTEL IN V.'afertiX! S45.W) will handle. Balance easy terms. 378-6X5. SM7-HA BURGER BAH PRICED TO SELL. Well built, equ'prnenl Included. Located at LundbrecV Falls. Wusf be moved. Phone 223-ttH, Taber, gANFF-ALBERTA'S' PREMIER TOU rist centre fo and taxi business. 1S7.5W cash. 1 TECHNOLOSY Roorr. 34 363 Adela'd! SI. Weil Toronto, Or.larlo. Invited. Crowley Co., P.O. Bo? Winnipeg. AVAILABLE Sporfsma.l campers trailers. Pro-ecled area. Coolacl M. Srarty Homing Ltd. 101 Sf. and Ave., Edmofiton. phore tnnn. ESTABLISHED PUJWBINS and business, S1KO. GMX! opportunity to slarl your Write Box m, Redcllfl. Phone 3JSS. 5WM1 63 MUSIC IN THE THRIVING Town cf Taber. B-jill In I9M, each has bedrooms, lilcd floors, carpeted living pras'ered walls, mahogany cupboards. Close to schools and business section. Never a va-ca-.cy. Live In one and rent other three. Good Investment. Phone or J717 ISth Ave. S., Lelhbridge. 9J33-1 PRIVATE TUITION ON GUHAR Frjd Klf.e. PI-OM 327-JW5; M SEWING DRESSMAKING AND Pr.or.e Reasonab'e rates. MONEY MAKER Jor.ss Bro-An Rugs. sales over Or.e year left on lease, Shoppers' Wsrld. Act Fast. CANADA TRUST REAL ESTATE PHONE 327-8531, ANNE'S DRESS'UKING AND ALTER-atlons and drapery. Phor.e 65 LOST AND LOST IH THE VICINITY OF. PARK Plaia Small fema'e Terrier cross. Ar.sviers lo narr.e Bully, Phwa nt-VM, TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. Standard lime on April 21, lor the construction of ttie following work: II) Hlgtiwar 41, N. cf New BrlwJen to S. of New Brlgden Mile S0.3f to Mile Gravel Surfacing Other Work Approximate Quaillties, 49J.OCO Cvbfc Yards of Excavation Cub'c Yarifs of Oravel (2) Highway 63. S. of Hsngrallone River lo S. of Alrporl Road Mil! 13300 to Mile 117.M Stabilized Gravel Base Course, and Otr.ir Wor1( Approxl.Tiale Quantities, Tons cf Sravel Ton Miles Haal Prolect P.R.110. Jcl. Kwy. a to I C.rt Bow Park GO) to Mile TMI Concrete Bast-Pavement, C7388 and Other Work Approximate OuftntlritSt Tons ol Gravel tu.m Ton Mites Haul Contracts and Specifications may be cMalnei) at Ihe olllc! of 11-s Chle! Construction Engineer, Ing, Edmonton, Aloerta, oflTce of Ihe District Engineer, 1707 4th Slreet N.W., Cs'gtrf, Aiiierfa, and !h- of- fice cf the District Engineer, Adrnln- Istrallsn Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, and will ce available only to Individ- uals registered and operating h Ihe Province of Alberta, or to oarlner. or corporations registered and operating In and who have established a fixed p'aca of In the Pro- vince cf Alberta. A deposit of Five Dollars will be required (or each copy of the Contract and Speclflcallans taken. For Grading Cort'racls will be iupplled upon a further deposit of Twenty.Flva Dol- lars Each bid rr.ust tx iled by a marked cheque or ;ual fo TW ot Tender. Tenders will be opened In PuMlc. The lowest w any tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McMANUS, Deputy Mlnliler of Hrjhwayl arrd Transport coir panted bond equal PETRO Passed away sud- denly at the residence on Moo- day, April 6, 1970, John, aged 75 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Pelro of 741' Staff ord Drive N. Born in Hungary in 1393, the late Mr. Petro served with the Hungar- ian Army in World War I, coining to Taber in 1927, where he (armed until his retirement to Letiibridge in 1964. was member of the Lethbridge OkiUmm Association and the Hungarian OWttmers' Associa- tion, and has been am elder in the Hungarian Presbyterian Onircri in north Lethbridge. Besides his loving wife, Marga- ret, he is survived by two sons. Albert J. Pefvo of Calgary and James J. Petro of Medicine Hat; one daughter, Mrs. J. (Margaret) Pcto of Lethbridge; and nine grandchildren. He was predeceased by one brother. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at p.m. in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, with Rev. L. D. Han- Xinson and Rev. K. C. Doka officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Taber Cemetery at p.m. Prayers will be said on Wednesday at p.m. in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N, Those who 'wish may pay their res- pects at the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. Jf. Phone: 328-2361, Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C73S2 "cent.. savers" CoU dnishi Undo to Taber... from Lethbridge it's only 30f CoU friend Eddie Hi Edmonton. from Lethbridge it's only 85ji Con Aunt Mary in Calgary. from Lethbridge it's only Sty. When you use Long Distance, you cover a lot of ground in a hurry very economically. It's the perfect way to stay in close touch with family or friends; there's nothing that can replace the sound of your own voico -warm, friendly, reassuring. For real cent-saving rates, call after 6 pm, or all day Sunday-you can say so much for so little -you might wind up speechless! All rates station-to-station 6 pm to midnightweekdays; all day Sunday. I i ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;