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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED Fuller Brush needs full and part time dealers Phone 327-5942 C9657-H Sales person needed. Top commission. Any town or city Box 9141-14 1401. Claresholm. Sales person tor China Department. Permanent position. Hoyt's Downtown, 327-5767. C804-12 Person wanted lor part time help Apply Garry's Pastry Shop. Cardston Starting September. 9381-16 Supply firm requires help for warehouse and counter duties Apply in own handwriting to Box 81 Herald. 9336-23 X-ray technician for clinic in Pincher Creek. Please write stating qualifications and salary expected to Box 1327, Pincher Creek. 9337-tf Person for warehouse required Apply Western Canada Hardware. Plumbing Division, 1720 2nd Ave. S. between 10 a.m. 3 p.m. C952-13 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL_________ besk clerk required, minimum age 25. Lethbridge Hotel, C946-tf Housekeeper wanted. Apply Lodge Motel. Mrs. Wilson. C912-H PERSONAL _______ Do not be lonely Join the Dating and Marriage Service from the Coast to Alberta. MAIL MATCH CONFIDENTIAL, Box 786, Cranbrook. B C. 3894-15Au Experienced required. Minimum age 18. Apply in person to 622 13th St. N. C676-tf IMMEDIATE OPENINGS For housekeepers Full time day shift. For interview contact Hazel Palm, El Rancho Motor Hotel. C911-15 Marquis Hotel requires bartender and cocktail Apply Mr. Whittington, Marquis Hotel C881-21 Dishwasher and delivery person with own car required. Apply after p.m. to Shanghai Chop Suey. C819-20 Waitresses and waiters required at Golden Bridge Restaurant Apply ir person to Henry Yee. Phone 328- 2525 C2712-I' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem, phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after 7 30 p m 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES .I 3.000 sq It downtown commercial space Phone 328-1520 or 328 '5309 3158-tt For Sale Fully modern Shpi! Service Station on Highway Three, in busy Crowsnest Pass area. Terms can be arranged. Phone 562-2724. Blairmore. 8906-17h 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 32b-d114. C6924-tf Experienced canvas shop. 328-8424 sewer Steady wanted to work. Phon C8298-1 Part time or full time hairdresse wanted. Experience preferred. Phone 234-3911 or write Box 1153, For Macleod. 9142-14 Experienced diesel mechanic. Salar negotiable. To start June 15th. Appr Koch Oil Co. Ltd phone 223-2880, o 223-3179. Taber 2522-! Warehouse personnel required Apply in person to Canadian Pittsburgh Industries. 252 12th St North. C834-1 Farm mechanic, good with machinery; welder, farm experience House, all utilities, gas, insurance good wage. Edmonton area. 543- 3044, Edmonton. 9007-tf Experienced Hair Stylist wanted Excellent opportunity. Apply in person to Mildred Skrove Hair Fashion, 485 Holiday Village. C702-1 WANTED TWO AUTO BODY MECHANICS. CONTACT BULLOCK'S AUTO BODY LTD.. 31 1ST AVE. S. PHONE 327-1245 C674-12 Laborer steady employment house construction. Carpenter for house construction. Apply Boychuk Construction 315 10th Street South 328-8933. C886-14 Third or fourth year apprentice or mechanics wanted, lop wages paid Call Doug or Bob at 235-3328. Claresholm. 9192-14 Personnel required to wc'k in bull stud House and utilities available. Good wages. Contact Canadian Genetics, Box 1103, Lethbridge Phone 3293212. C909-tf REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY to do pleasant telephone survey work from our office Full and part time vacan- cies. No experience necessary. Salary and bonus Phone 345- 3677 9380-12 Janitorial and miscellaneous duties person for modern building maintenance. Working hours 4 p rn to a m Contact Ted Kuz- minski m person. 1818 3rd Ave. S C944-17 Experienced hair stylist Wage plus commission Excellent opportunities and good clientele. Apply Freda Walton. Classic Coiffures. 328- 3066. C815-tf TRUCK DRIVER REQUIRED SOME YARD WORK. STEADY EMPLOYMENT APPLY IN PERSON NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD 206 33RD ST. N. C8915-H TRUCK DRIVER FOR DELIVERIES. MINIMUM AGE 25 PREFERRED. MUST BE NEAT AND BONDABLE. PERMANENT POSITION. USUAL COMPANY BENEFITS. APPLY CAPITOL FURNITURE LTD., 326 5TH ST. S. C924-15 Earn extra money by showing Canada's finest line of Christmas 'cards, wraps, novelties, etc. Over 350 items. For free coloured catalogue and prompt service. Jeandron Greeting Card Co Ltd.. 1253 King St. E Hamilton. Ont. 8761-31A Experienced payroll clerk is required by local manufacturing plant Accounting knowledge and experience with accounting machines preferred but not necessary Write stating age and qualification to Box 1202, Lethbridge. C748-1 Required tavern personnel. Full time. No experience necessary. Apply Harvey Wiens. Tavern Manager, Holiday Inn. 328-1111, Extension 1172. C818-13 Experienced Please apply in person to Majorette Restaurant. We are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., closed Sundays and holidays. C975-17 New coffee shop and dining room m Hotel at Lake Louise requires dishwashers, cooks and room cleaning personnel. Full time positions available commencing August 15. Applications should be-forwarded to the Manager, P.O. Box 69, Lake Louise, Alberta. 8656-12 68 DOMESTIC Manager, caretaker for two apartments. Must be bonded Phone 329-4857. 9144-tf Cleaning person wanted for eight hours, midnight to 8 a.m. Monday to Friday Phone 328-1068. C976-14 Maytag Sales and Service. Services on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES. 905 3RD AVE. S. Phone 327- 4456. C7760-H Kirby Vacuum Sales and Service. 1283 3rd Aye. S. Free home demonstration, phone 328- 8962. C7944-tf 84 GARDENING Lloyd's tree trimming. Now is the time to trim Birch, Maple and Lilac and shrubs that have flowered. Let us do it for you. Prompt service at reasonable rates. Phone 327- 2641. 8573-tf MARKER AGENCIES LIMITED REAL ESTATE DIVISION 734 23rd Street North 329-3555 Phones 329-3511 Located in booming town of Raymond. For more information, call one of our salesmen. MLS. C963-14 Fall cleanup flower beds, rototilling, aerating, landscaping. Phone 327-3606 9075-tf Babysitter required 2V; days per week. Nine month old baby. Coaldale or Lethbridge. Phone 345-4760, after 6pm. 9413-tf Require babysitter to come in school days to care for four month old. Phone 328-9598. 9339-13 High school student required after school in mv home. 4 to 6 p.m. to babysit one year old, commencing September 3rd. Vicinity ot LUI Phone 328-5228 9244-15 Homemaker required Live-in. Four adults, one child. Carmangay district. Phone 757-2219. Barons. 9194-tf 69 FARM Married couple for work in hog barn House supplied, wages tc be negotiated On school bus route. Write Box 133 Herald 4593-tf reedlot worker with riding duties. Steady employment Apply Highway 52 Feeders. Raymond 9072-13 COME AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF NURSERY STOCK. Shade trees Ornamentals Fruit trees Perennials LACOMBE NURSERIES 5 Ml EAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON HIGHWAY NO. 3 345-4633 C8137-tf Seven new. large vending units com- plete with stock of products to be soid. Also 10.000 cups and lids. Products are non-synthetic and con- stitute a new concept in vending from hot chocolate to a variety of soups. Most locations are selected and ready to go Excellent profit margin Total purchase price of 000 includes exclusive dis- tributorship, area for expansion. No franchise fee. Reason for selling: Other interests developing rapidly Reply in confidence to Box 82, The Herald. 9347-13 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS S MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. S C5216-tf Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Monday, August LETHBRIDGE HERAl Weekend mishaps take 62 lives BIRTH ROBINSON Darrel and Mary Ann Robinson are pleas- ed to announce the arrival of their first born, Jennifer Rae, 7 Ibs. lloz., August 9th. 1974. 9427 SCHWARTZ Agencies (1972) Limited College Mall Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available. We con- sider all types of mortgage loans. C977-17 Have truck will clean yards, take to dump do odd jobs 329-4327. 9295-15 TOP SOIL Any quantity Also fill dirt. Phone 328- 7692 1402-tf WILL PUT IN NEW LAWNS. READY FOR WATERING PHONE 328- 3105 C9661-tf JOHN'S rotillenng. new lawns, garden tractor service. Phone 328- 6403 8054-tf Lawn aerating and garden rototillmg. cutting lawns Mike Bobak phone 327-1777 1499-tf SALES AND MOVING OF MATURE TREES. SPRUCE TREE FARMS LTD.. PHONE 328-5806 C7914-tf MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave. South 328-3251 C7769-tf Married couple for year round work on gram and beef farm. House and utilities supplied. Experience necessary Phone 758-6629 Magrath 8571-13 Experienced individual required for arm work. Apply one mile south of Lethbridge Airport, George Jarokosky. 9340-13 rully experienced farm help for eedlot and general farm work. Year work if suitable. Must have drivers license Phone 327- 9381. 9414-tf Farm mechanic for full or part time work. Must be able to repair and set combines, balers and other farm machinery. Free to travel by plane or motor vehicle from Texas to Fort St. lohn, B.C. Henry Matteotti Farms Ltd. 970 Mayor Magrath Drive. Phone 327-7191. 8291-tf McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates Pruning, trimming and felling Call 328-2094. 327- 1323 7030-tf 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Heavy roasting hens five to six oounds dressed, 48c per pound. Fryers Also custom processing. Free delivery. H. Dyck. Coaldale, 345- 3224. C514-H Used chicken egg layer cages. Galvanized steel. Automatic waterer. Rollaway eggs. All size cages. Reasonably priced Phone 234-3766 or 234-3786, Fort Macleod. 9076-tf Roasters and fryers for sale. Bagged and frozen Free delivery. Money- back guarantee Phone 328-6963 or 654-2905. Vauxhall 9012-20 CATTLE PERSONNEL Reliable personnel required for eedlot operation House and utilities upplied for married couple, along chool bus route, in southern Alberta. Vages commensurate with ability nd experience. Write Box 77, Herald, stating phone number, qual- ications and references. 9146-14h ndividual for dairy and general farm work. Phone 328 5497 R. H Boulton, five miles north Canadiar pressed Meats. 8726-tf Assistants for clinic in Pincher Creel Starting wage from S400 to S55 depending on qualifications with m creases depending on ability to learn One position requires previou clerical training and other position require willingness to train and desir for interesting career. Please apply i writing to Box 1327, Pmche Creek 9338- HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC Needed immediately at Revelstok Co. Ltd. Sawmill at Rocky Mountai House. Alta Top rate, full fringe benefits, housing available in town. Contact: Revelstoke Co. Ltd., Lumbe Division, Box 220. Rocky Mountain House. Alberta. C816-14 66 OFFICE. CLERICAL Secretary receptionist wanted fo holiday relief September 3rd to 23rd Apply City Realty and Insurance Ltd 1117 3rd Ave S C974-1 CLERK STENOGRAPHER required by city manufacturer Excellent pay and working conditions tor person willing to do a professiona job. Experience an asset but no' essential. General office duties include typing, filing, invoicing anc telex Reply by letter giving ful particulars to Box 79, Herald. 9273-14 Must be a good typist Experience with switchboard and electric typewriter preferred. Position is permanent. Available now. Apply in person Ellison's Head Office Lethbridge C9445-tf PART-TIME FILE CLERK Individual required to fill position of permanent part-time File Clerk. Ap- ply to: The Director V.R.R.I. 3304 33rd Street N.W Calgary, Alberta. T2L 2A6 Tel. 284-1121 9420-17 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL Kitchen help required. Apply Personnel Office, Holiday Inn. between 9 a.m. 5 p.m. C843-13 KITCHEN AND BAR COOKS Required by Henderson Lake Golf Club. Apply in person to: F. J. Heatly General Manager C844-15 CAPABLE FARMER REQUIRED FOR DRYLAND FARM. WRITE BOX 86, HERALD. C9178-tf FARM PERSONNEL Reliable maintenance and repair personnel required for diversified irrigation farm m southern Alberta. General knowledge of vehicle and machine maintenance and repair required. House and utilities supplied for married couple, along school bus route. Write Box 77, Herald, stating references, experience and phone number. 9145-14h 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES__________ For sale Australian Blue Heeler. Phone 737-3771, Standoff. 9422-14 Registered Pembroke Welsh Corgi pups S100. Phone 1-235-3755 or 1-236-3800, Granum 9152-6S To be given away very lovable spayed lemale cat Five years old. Owners leaving town. No children please Phone 327-0590. 9250-12 SECOND MORTGAGES Rates as low as 14.98% Simple Interest C'ish .jvaiiab'e now Up to S10 000 No oonuscs or hidden charges Pay off at anytime No penally Enquiries Welcome HOUSEHOLD REALTY Corporation Limited HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Corporation of 506 4th Avenue South Lethbndae Phone 327-1511 B1 DEATH HOEL Passed away in Medicine Hat on Friday, August 9, 1974, Mr. Claus Hoel at the age of 85 years, former- ly of the Bow Island district. Born in Norway, the late Mr. Hoel came to the McCleod dis- trict North Dakota in 1910. In 1929 he came to the Bow Island district where he farm- ed until retirement in 1956. He lived in Grassy Lake and Bow Island until 1971 when he mov- ed to the D. N. Mediates Auxiliary Hospital in Medicine Hat. Mr. Hoel is sur- vived by a number of nieces and nephews in Alberta, British Columbia, United States and Norway. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday, August 13. 1974, in Pattison's Chapel on the Corner, with Pastor Alan Williams officiating. Interment will follow in the Hillside Cemetery. PATTISON FUNERAL HOME. Medicine Hat, in charge of the Funeral Service. C979 MATLOCK Gordon L. Matlock. passed away at Nelson B.C. at the age of 52 years. Mr. Matlock was a former resident of Lethbridge. Mr. Matlock im- PUBLflTNOTICESl [90 CONTRACTS CBR BACKHOEING 24 hour call. Phone 833-3739 Burdett and 223-8053, Taber. 8518-27A PRIOLETTE TRENCHING AND EXCAVATING Water and septic systems; basements, gas, water and electrical trenching Phone 223-3939; Box 134, Taber. 9155-tf Handyman service, odd jobs any type, junk hauled. Phone Bill. 328- 0002. 9348-16 R AND K CONSTRUCTION Cement contractors Sidewalks patios, driveways, floors. Estimates. Days 328-1468, evenings 327- 2627. 9349-tf Boarding Small dogs only. per day. Granum 236-3800, nights. 9153-63 Boston Bull Terriers. Male and female Six weeks old Phone 653- 3162 or 653-3091, Cardston.9203-14 72 LICENSED KINDERGARTENS NURSERIES___________________ Costanzo's Day Care Centre. 1116 3rd Ave. S. 328-5057. Children two and up. C8751-tf Cuddle Bunny Day Nursery Children two to six years. Phone 328 2835 C9062-tf Boarding for dogs and cats, individual runs and attention. Southalta Kennels. 223-4130.C752-H OKOONAWA KENNELS (CaU and dogs) Boarding Training Puppies Individual indoor outdoor runs. 327-9330 5120-tf Bouvier Des Flanders, number two pick of the litter Male puppies sired by Pascal 562-2590 Blairmore. collect. 8705-14 75 MUSIC TEACHERS The Music Studio Instruction in country, rock, classical guitar and bass guitar. Phone 329-4252 or 328- 7069. 8483-9 Music lessons flute, violin, voice, voice diction, theory. Qualified teachers. Phone 327-3641. 9148-21 Mrs. Ellyn Mells "B. Mus." has limited openings for voice piano lessons Phone 328-5228. 9248-15 rivate instruction in piano and theory. J.C.'s Piano Studio. 1217 13th St. North. Phone 329-3225. 9073-tf Blue Heeler Collie cross pups Carrier Poddle cross pups. One German Shepherd female one year old. Phone 327-9511. 9296-12 Registered Lassie type Collie pups. Phone 677-2269. Rosebud. 9151-14 Bobcat work Levelling gravel, dirt: digging out driveways garages, patios, etc. Dig post holes for fences, corrals, on farms and ranches. 328- 5304. 9251-12 PRAIRIE Ditching Company of Lethbridge TRENCHES. HOES. PLOWS FOR GAS, ELECTRIC DRAIN TILE WATER, SEWER, SPRINKLER TENDERS SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP SERVICE CENTRE CARDSTON. ALBERTA Trade tenders on all divisions of work on the Southern Alberta Co-op Ser- vice Centre at Cardston, Alberta are requested Plans, specifications and trade tender forms are available in the following locations. Medicine Hat Construction Association Lethbridge Construction Associa- t.on Calgary Construction Association Federated Co-operatives Limited. Calgary Southern Alberta Co-op, Cardston. Alberta Closing date for trade tenders is 2'00 p m Saskatoon time. September 6. 1974 in the offices of Federated Co- operatives Limited. Retail Develop- ment Department. 401 22nd Street East. Saskatoon time. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted Federated Co-operatives Limited Retail Development Department P O. Box 1050 Saskatoon. Saskatchewan A45 You Name It C383-tf 90 CONTRACTS Complete basement, framing anc drywall estimates. 327-6241, Harold Design Homes 7810- 14Av Qualified Custom Painters barns, concrete blocks, houses etc. Phone collect, 752-3796, Raymond. 9507-tt Purebred black Great Dane for sale Good with children Valued S275. Must sacrifice will take best offer Phone 329-3517 9421-15 Boarding for all pets. Individual insulated dog houses with 100 sq. ft. runs. In West Lethbridge. Kainai Kennels, 327-9649 8305-15 For sale Female German Shepherd, nine months old. Phone 327-9908. after 6 p.m. 9298-12 Border Collie pups for sale. Father registered. Phone 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT Lead or female. 329- 4252 or 328-7069. 8484-13 78 LOST AND FOUND .ost. Doberman Pinscher in vicinity if Waldron Bridge and A 7 Ranch. Reward. Phone 327-0564. 9382-14h Purebred registered Pekingese for sale. Also St. Bernard pups. Phone 756-3408. Stirling. 9342-13 For sale unregistered purebred German Shepherd. Eleven week old female 115 7th Avenue South. 9344-1 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745 C1936-tf FRONT-END LOADER AND TRUCK DIG DRIVEWAYS: TOP SOIL AND FILL DIRT. 328-7692. 4973-tt Fred Sterner cement work, o'd basements dug, water proofing' In- sured. Phone 327-8286. 462-tf Garage building, cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-tf Australian Blue Heeler pups for sale. Phone 327-9683 9345-12 Registered Dalmation Sell or trade for German Shepherd pup. 329- 3193. 9346-12 :oi'nd grey and wnite cat with gold >n nose. 9th Avo and 8th St. S Can laim at 328-6106 9415-13 ost Chihuahua type female dog. th Ave. and 14th St. S. Phone 327- 781. 9149-14 9 PERSONAL all personable man would like to meet lady 25-45 with good sense of umour. Confidential. Write Box 83. erald. 9383-13 974 COMMUNITY DIRECTORY, an iforrnational source of service clubs, ublic, non-profit organizations and gencies available tor at nformation Lethbridge. Yates entre. 329-0636. C807-S2 THE PEN MATE CLUB An excellent way to find a friend or a mate. BOX 2038, CALGARY, ALBERTA 8178-31Au 87 FUR BEARING ANIMALS Taber and candy shop do- ing a fantastic business Can be a great opportunity for a wife. Good location. For further details Call Alvina Everett. Stringam Property Sales. Phone or 327- 2025. C252-tf Service Station on lot. 150x125 located at corner of 9th St. and 2nd Ave S Lethbridge. Phone 327-5716 8 a m.-3 p.m. Full price cash to mortgage, balance a, ,9% C9518-tf 8B OPPORTUNITIES MUST SELL Small prosperous beauty salon in Nanton. Fully stocked, good clientele, good location Phone 486-2383- after 6 p.m. 486-2515 8967-12 FOR SALE i Well established equipped garagr Town expanding. Good farming' district. Contact Len Johnson, 228-1 3866 or write Box 34 Stavely Alta. 9015-201 Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs. Jim 327-5087, 328- 3983. 77Q9-tf p'ftcei. ft backliot- and hourly rates or by contract. Phone 328-b8Ufa C9654-H BOX NUMBER REPLIES 71. 78, 110, 126 PUBLIC NOTICE FOR SALE BY TENDER FEED MILLS AND POULTRY FARM Sealed tenders will be received up to 4 00 P M.. Friday, August 23rd for the following parcels of certain assets owned by the Industrial Oeveiopment Bank- PARCEL A FEED MILL. LOCATION' WYNYARD SASKATCHEWAN Main equipment consists of 50 H P. pellet mill, 10 H P crumbier, vertical 2 ton mixer, 50 H P Jacobson pulverator. 7 H P blower, auqers. 85' legs. 60.000 Ib mam scale. Ib. tallow tank, bins scales etc. This mill is located on leased land with rail siding services PARCEL B FEED MILL. LOCATION PREECEVILLE. SASKATCHEWAN Mam equipment consists of 50 H.P. pellet mill. 10 H P crumbier, vertical 2 ton mixer. 21 H.P. steam boiler, hammer mill (175 H.P shaker, augers. 40.000 scale. Ib tallow tank, bins, scales, etc This mill is located on approximately 5 6 acres of land being part of Parcel Plan 64-Y-05327 in the Town of Preeceville and has rail siding services. PARCEL C POULTRY FARM. LOCATION- PREECEVILLE. SASKATCHEWAN Consists of approximately 916 acres of land, fencing, brooder barns and holding barns with natural gas. electricity and water and 24' x 30' 1' 2 storey frame house with concrete basement, gas-fired, forced-air heating system, plumbing and pump out tank. INFORMATION: Sealed tender must be accompanied by certified cheque for 20% of the amount tendered which shall be addressed to the. undersigned Tenders will be subject to terms and conditions of sale which will be supplied upon request. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted Financing is available to 'espo'isibit; ,-wtios vvill bc- tenderers For further oota-'s, CM to make arrangements to inspect the assets contact. Manager or Assistant Manger, Industrial Development Bank. 2220 12th Avenue. Regina. Saskatchewan S4P OM8 Telephone 527-6631 A23 Public Works Canada Western Region Travaux publics .Gjanada, Region de I'Owest INVITATION TO TENDER SEALED TENDERS addressed to the Chief. Financial and Administrative Services. Department of Public Works. Canada. 10th Floor. One Thornton Court. Edmonton. Alberta and endorsed. "SERVICE CONTRACT. ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE. VARIOUS GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS IN CALGARY and THE FEDERAL BUILDINGS IN LETHBRIDGE and MEDICINE HAT. ALBERTA WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL: A.M (MOST) AUGUST 30, 1974 Contractors may obtain tender documents for any ONE OF or ALL projects listed above from- 801 Natural Resources Building 205 9th Avenue, S.E. Calgary, Alberta and may be seen at the Construction Association Offices in Calgary. Lethbridge and Medicine Hat, Alberta. To be considered each tender must be submitted on the forms supplied by the Department and must be accompanied by the security specified m the tender documents The lowest or any tonflor not necessarily accepted R.A Melnick Regional Manager Finance and Administration Western Region DEATHS migrated from Bournemough, England in 1955, and was employed by the CPR in Lethbridge, as an electrician. He was transferred to the CPR in Nelson in 1964 where he remained until the time of his passing. Mr. Matlock a keen sportsman will be remembered by many friends and residents in Lethbridge as a coach of soccer football. The Matlock trophy remains in the Lethbridge Schools, was donated before his transfer to Nelson. Left to mourn his death is his wife Nancy (Battershell) former resident of Paignton, South Devon, a daughter. Wendy Ann; and a son Timothy, all of Nelson B.C. 9428 BRAAT Passed away in the city on Sunday, August 11, 1974 following a lengthy ill- ness. Mr. Jacob Braat at the age of 74 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Johanna Braat of 613 33rd St. S. Born, raised and- educated in Holland, the late Mr. Braat came to Canada in 1953. He farmed in the Barnwell and Coaldale dis- tricts until 1963 at which time he retired to Lethbridge where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by six sons. Mr. John Braat. Mr. Peter Braat. Mr. Jake Braat of Coaldale, Mr. Morris Braat, Mr. Fritz Braat. Mr. Cornelius Braat of Bow Island; one daughter, Mrs. H. (Anne) Koot of Lethbridge; twenty-four grandchildren; five sisters and three brothers in Holland. He was predeceas- ed by one son Gerard in 1970 and by one daughter Johanna in 1944. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Tuesday, August 13. 1974 in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3rd Ave. S. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Wednesday. August 14, 1974 in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father J. A. Carroll O.M.I. Celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section. Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C980 By The CANADIAN PRESS Five persons killed in a three-car crash in Holy rood, Nfld., and four in a two car collision near Woodstock, Ont.. were among at least 62 persons who died in accidents across Canada during the weekend. In all, 50 died in traffic, seven were drowned and five died in other accidents, A survey by The Canadian Press from 6 p.m. local times to midnight Sunday showed that Ontario, with 18 deaths in traffic and five drownings. had the highest toll. Quebec had the second high- deaths in traffic, two deaths in an airplane crash and two by Newfoundland which reported seven traffic fatalities and the death of an eight-year-old boy who ap- parently fell down a 200 foot- high cliff. British Columbia had seven traffic deaths. Saskatchewan one traffic death and the death of a man struck by a train and Manitoba and New Brunswick one traffic death each. Alberta had one road death and a child who died after becoming entangled in a harness and dragged by a horse. There were no accidental deaths in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. The 50 traffic deaths during the weekend, combined with the 54 from Monday to Friday last week, bring the unofficial total so far this year to The survey does not include slayings. industrial deaths or known suicides. Six killed in B.C. in weekend accidents By THE CANADIAN PRESS At least six persons, two from outside British Colum- bia, died in B.C. during the weekend, all in traffic ac- cidents. One Calgary boy was rushed by helicopter to hospital in Kamloops, following a two- car head-on collision Sunday on the Trans-Canada Highway near Revelstoke in which three people died. Eight others were in hospital in Revelstoke follow- ing the accident, four in either serious or critical condition. No names were released, but the cars contained vacationing families from Calgary and Burnaby. B.C. The drivers of both cars, and one passenger in the Bur- naby car were killed in the ac- cident IN MEMORIAMS PAELLER In loving memory of my dear husband Joe. who passed away August 12. 1972. A certain smile, a certain face A certain someone none can replace. Wishing everyday, that I have wished before That God would have spared you many years more. remembered by his wife Ella. 9423' SIEGMUND In loving memory of our dear parents, mother Klara B. who passed away August 11. 1972 and dad Erich P.. who passed away August 23. 1972. The years are swiftly passing. But still we don't forget For in the hearts that loved you Your memories linger yet. remembered by Miss Ingrid Siegmund. Mrs. Hilda Pickering and family. Brigitte and Allan Davidson and family. Pat and Gunter Siegmund and family. Violinist defects, changes mind PERTH. Australia (AP) An 18-year-old Soviet violinist who less than 24 hours earlier had asked for political asylum in Australia said today he had decided to i eiurn to the Soviet Union. Georgi Ermolenko announc- ed his decision after meeting for hours with the Soviet president of the International Society for Musical Education. A few hours earlier. Ermo- lenko had said: "I don't want to live in the Soviet Union any more. I don't like it. Australia is a better place for young people to grow up." Ermolenko first announced his plan to defect at 11 a.m. Sunday. He wafc then question- ed for several hours by Australian officials at Perth airport. Today, he spent more than an hour talking with immigra- tion officials and then was questioned by officials of the Soviet embassy. Ermolenko has a father, stepmother and two step- sisters in the Soviet Union. His father is a violinist in a Moscow orchestra. Girl raped on bus 9424 A41 CARD OF THANKS PUTLAND The family of the laic Verna Rutland wish to express their appreciation and gratitude to their many friends for their expressions of sympathy, and also to the members of the United Church women and the Senior Church choir of Southminster Church for their help. To the staffs of the Municipal, St. Michael's and Auxiliary Hospitals as well as the Edith Cavell Nursing Home for their faithful and watchful care. Also to the Ministrations of the Rev. Ken Morris, and other clergy. With grateful thanks. Rutland; George fOrid Shirley Rogers. 9352-13 CAMARILLO, Calif. (AP) Authorities said today that three armed men boarded a Greyhound bus and raped a pregnant teen-age girl, pistol whipped a man and robbed all 34 passengers before making a getaway. A Ventura County sheriffs spokesman said the girl, who was not identified, was six months pregnant. The spokes- man said she was raped in the restroom aboard the bus, but had later continued the trip. The trio boarded the San Francisco-bound bus at North Hollywood and pulled out handguns and a sawed-off rifle about 30 minutes later. As one of the men kept a pistol on the driver and another stood at the rear, the third walked down the aisle demanding money and valuables from the passengers, police said. Glenn Coons, 56, of Santa Barbara, was hit with a gun after he told the men he was not carrying any money, depu- ties said. The gunmen, in their early 20s. got about in cash, travellers cheques and jewelry, then ordered the bus driver to stop near a freeway exit where they got into a waiting car, police said. Paul Young. 17, of Lower Kippens. Nfld.. Dana Lucian Tower. 17. and Janice Oail Moves. 16. both of Victoria, died Saturday in a single-car crash on the Patricia Bay highway in Saanich Police said the car went oul of control and crashed into a rock embankment beside the road. Big fish, big prize VANCOUVER iCPi Wilfred T. Ham. 38. of Richmond. B.C. won the 000 first pnzc in the British Columbia Derby during the weekend with a 35-pound, eight-ounce spring salmon caught Saturday evening in Howe Sound near here. Mr. Ham. an auto mechanic, described himself as a weekend fisherman. He said the winning fish was only his third salmon in 10 years fishing. He said he will put the money in the bank and use the interest to pay for a wedding he is planning. Bangladesh flood toll increases LONDON (Reuter) British government officials received reports today of the mounting death toll from the Bangladesh floods as they met representatives of voluntary relief organizations in an ef- fort to speed up emergency aid operations. The Bangladesh high com- mission in London estimated that so far some 3.000 people had died. houses had been destroyed, and 22.000 head oi cattle lost in the floods. "According to latest reports. 80 per cent of the total land of the country is now inundated." the commis- sion stated. Seven major rivers were re- ported to be still rising. An overseas development ministry spokesman said Brit- ish aid would be co-ordinated with linked Nations relief. People dorTl want Nixon prosecuted NKW YORK (AP) A special Gallup poll shows that 55 per cent of the American people do not want an investigation of possible criminal charges against Richard Nixon. Newsweek magazine reports. Another 37 per cent favor such an investigation and eight per cent have no opinion, says the poll commissioned by Newsweek. Newsweek says the telephone poll of 550 voters was taken Thursday night and Friday after Nixon announced he would resign the presiden- cy Seventy-nine per cent of the respondents said Nixon did the right thing by resigning. 13 per cent believed he should have stayed in office and eight per cent were undecided. ;