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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 THE LETHiRIDOE HEHALD Friday, January 4, HHELPWANTEI 1974 6 x 32 house trailer, two bedroom well kept on lot. For more infor- mation, 327-8142. 6461-5 LOOK MOBILE HOMES 20512th St. AS. Always the best deals Always the best homes Sectional homes. N.H.A. approved Mobile Homes, C.S.A. approved Lots available to purchasers Open week days 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.. Sundays I to 5 p.m. PHONE 328-8422 C5756-tf 54 AUTOS WANTED Wanted Volkswagen. Phone 328- 2226. _______________6462-5 CASH PAID For used cars and trucks or will accept consignment. TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 328-3654 ______________________C3998-H 56 LIVESTOCK WANTED Horses wanted all types and sizes. Alsask Processors. John Drewry Phone 328-2911. C3659-tf Livestock hauling wanted, with body job truck. Phone Bill's Livestock Car- tage, 328-8504. 5711-14J Dead stock removed free of charge. Lethbridge Rendering. Phone 328-1336. Lethbridge. ______________________C807S-tf Mr. Farmer custom killing and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbridge. C206-tf 59 MACHINERY WANTED Massey Ferguson 36 Discers in sizes 12. 15 or 18 ft. with seed boxes. Phone 328-7131. C6322-15 60 MISC. ARTICLES WANTED Light weight, medium size saddle wanted. 642-2241 or P.O. Box 149, Warner. 6463-5 Wanted oak office desk approx- imately 30 x 60 in. in good condition with filing drawer. P.O. Box 403, Taber or 223-2628. 6399-7 SCRAP Cast iron Copper Brass Radiators Batteries. VARZARI IRON LTD. SCRAP YARD, 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328- 9342. C5568-H HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6261 C9985-tf SCRAP IRON Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 33rd St. N. 63 FEMALE EMPLOYMCMf WANTED_____________________ Will babysit in my home. Area of 14th Ave and 23rd St. N. Phone 328- 0957. 6495-5 Reliable woman will care for children and home while on holidays. Also housework by the day. 732-4553, Pic- ture Butte. 6584-8 64 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED_____________________ Upholstery work done at reasonable rate. Free appraisal. 327-9403. 6464-19h Sixteen-year-old boy would like dairy farm job. Unexperienced, would like to learn. Phone 777-4432, Stony Plains. 6520-9 Experienced, reliable motel manager and wife would like to manage motel in Lethbridge district Phone 435-8747 Edmonton, collect. 6501-14H 65 HELP WANTED MATURE EMPLOYEE FOR GENERAL DUTIES IN NURSING HOME. APPLY IN PERSON EDITH CAVELL NURSING HOME, '1255 5TH AVE. S. _______________________C6302-7 DRIVER SALESMAN FOR WELDING DISTRIBUTOR COVERING COUNTRY AND CITY ACCOUNTS CLASS 3 DRIVER'S LICENSE REQUIRED. SOME MECHANICAL AND WELDING KNOWLEDGE PREFERRED. PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT WITH ALL COMPANY BENEFITS TO A RELIABLE AND CONSCIENTIOUS PERSON. PHONE 328-1711. APPOINTMENT. Local 236 fOR C6384-10 GAS PLANT OPERATORS Operatores are required at the Waterton Gas Plant located in the Waterton' Lakes Park Pincher Creek general area. This area offers an excellent year-round recreational, medical, school and family services. Level of initial position will be determined by past experience and training. Progression will be based on merit. Candidates should have a minimum of one year gas plant processing ex- perience and preferably be the holder of an Alberta Third Class Steam Certificate. Interested applicants should write stating qualifications and ex- perience to: Shell Canada Limited P.O. Box 1088 Pincher Creek, Alberta Attention: Office Supervise 6586-7 Help wanted for general lot duties.i Apply in person to Ponderosa Trailer Sales, 3rd Ave. and 20th St. South. See Al or Elmer. C6383-7 EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER For Beauty Shop Required in January. Guaranteed wage plus commission Contact Jorgen Maegaard, 327-0150-328- 2189. VIKING International Hairstyling C6071-16J GRAIN ELEVATOR MANAGER For Foremost elevator. Must be bon- dable and in good health. Experience preferred. Apply in person Ellison's Head Office Lethbridge 06233-tf WHOLESALE HARDWARE REQUIRES HOUSEWARES REORDER BUYER Applicant must have experience in housewares merchandizing. FOR INTERVIEW: PHONE 328-1711 C6344-7 SERVICE TECHNICIAN National Photocopy firm requires ad- ditional staff for technical department for Lethbridge and surrounding area. In order to be considered, applicants must have some technical ex- perience or at least a basic knowledge of electronics. This is an expanding young company with excellent future for ad- vancement. Comprehensive training provided, all benefits, top salary. Apply in writing for personal interview MURRITT PHOTOPHAX LTD. 257 12 ST. N., LETH. ATT. B. McCOLL. BRANCH MANAGER 6437-8 SEARS Requires Experienced Tire Installer Benefits include: 37Vj hr. work week; discount on. purchases; sick pay benefits; profit sharing; group in- surance. Apply in person Personnel Department SIMPSONS SEARS Centre Village Mall C6385-tf CLERK STENOGRAPHER RECEPTIONIST The City of Lethbridge requires a clerk in the city manager's office. SALARY: S405 to monthly, (currently under negotiation) QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must have pleasant appearance and per- sonality, able to work with a dic- taphone and be proficient in typing. For further information and applica- tion forms contact PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Applications will not after January 9, 1974. be accepted C6371-5 Experienced Partsman Permanent position available with large heavy equipment machinery distributor. Openings in Edmonton, Calgary, Grande Prairie and Fort. St. John areas. Top remuneration. Excellent working conditions. Many company benefits. Apply in writing or in person Branch Manager Coneco Equipment Ltd. 6204 6A St. S.E. Calgary, Alta. 6122-12 HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS PERMANENT POSITIONS AVAILABLE WITH LARGE HEAVY EQUIPMENT MACHINERY DISTRIBUTOR. IN EDMONTON, CALGARY, GRANDE PRAIRIE AND FORT ST. JOHN AREAS. TOP HOURLY SCALE. EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS. MANY COMPANY BENEFITS. APPLY IN WRITING OR IN PERSON Branch Manager Coneco Equipment Ltd. 6204 6A St. S.E. Calgary, Alta. 6121-12J FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE MNELPWAMTEI WANTED GENERAL LABORER. APPLY IN PERSON. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. C5786-W Reliable person for gas and car wash. Steady work. Minimum wages. Write Box 147, Herald. C6384-10 WANTED GENERAL PLANT HELP, SHIFT WORK. PHONE 654- 2116. VAUXHALL. C61M-9J Wanted Medical Lab technician for'1, doctor's office. Phone 328- 2326._________________06277-10 Laundry repairing Experienced. Good workers. Also laundry Apply O.K, Laundry. 327-4039. C6317-4 Security guards wanted. Dependable and bondable applicants only. Others need not apply. Phone 328- 6454: C6343-31 General laundry help. Good working conditions and permanent employment. Apply in person Canadian Linen, 1818 3rd Ave. S. C6347-5 Journeyman electrician required for non-union shop. Phone 362-4568, or write Cher-Vian .Electric Ltd., P.O. Box 1180, Brooks. 6496-9 School bus drivers wanted for McNally Coaldale district. Phone Herb Moch at Enerson's, 329-4444; residence 327-9968. C6372-7 YOUTHFUL PERSON TO LEARN OPTICAL TRADE. APPLY IMPERIAL OPTICAL COMPANY, COOPER BUILDING. C6368-5 Wanted Individual for janitorial and miscellaneous duties. Working hours 4 p.m.-midnight. Five day week. Permanent. Apply in person Canadian Linen Supply, 1818 3rd Ave. S. C6346-S Bookkeeper for Cardston Agricultural Products. Knowledge of books preferred but not necessary. Write Cardston Agricultural Products, Robert Holland. Box 428, Cardston. C6119-tf Wanted Route personnel' for our rental division. Applicant must be 21 years or older, must have current driver's license and be bondable. Ex- cellent opportunity for advancement and earnings. Apply in person to Canadian Linen Supply. 1818 3rd Ave. S. C6345-5 TRUDY Opportunity for employment in agricultural business in Vauxhall, Alberta in purchasing, sales ad- ministration and office procedures salary commensurate with ex- perience. Reply in writing: Alberta Dehydrating Co. Ltd., Mr. Darwin Bennett, Box 390, Vauxhall, Alberta. 6540-12h Steward and stewardess, Turner Valley Golf Club. Suite supplied. No children or pets. Applications are in- vited for the a'oove named position. Duties and salary upon request. Phone 625-3552 or write Box 255, Black Diamond, Alta. 6541-12h Expanding real estate company has openings for sales representatives. Male or female. Experience preferred but not necessary. Apply in writing giving full particulars including sales experience to P.O. Box 1146. Lethbridge. All inquiries answered. C2212-M BOOKKEEPER For general ledger, payroll and allied duties. Experience on bookkeeping machines preferred. Position available now. Apply in person, Ellison's Head Office, Lethbridge. C6118-tf Energetic person required for rapidly growing medical supply company. Position is shipping and receiving. Excellent opportunity for advance- ment to sales or internal management. Apply in own handwriting stating education, ex- perience, age and salary re- quirements to Box 139, Herald. C6301-7 Experienced eavestrough installer required for rapidly expanding com- pany. Paying top piece work wages for the right people. Will pay reloca- tion expense for successful out-of- town applicants. CONTACT MANAGER SUNSET EAVESTROUGHING 6120 103 STREET EDMONTON, ALBERTA OR PHONE 435-4183 FOR APPOINTMENT _______________________6585-10 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL SECRETARY To handle executive cor- respondence, accounts payable, etc. Experience with dictaphone, Gestetner and electric typewriter es- sential.' Apply in person, Ellison's Head Office. Lethbridge. C6369-tf THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE invites applications SECRETARY Three to five years secretarial ex- perience. Personnel labor relations background High school or higher education LIBRARY ASSISTANT Grade 12 Typing Ability to operate the Listening Centre and Television Distribution Centre. Last date lor receipt of applications January 11, 1974. Please submit applications Personnel Office THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE 4401 University Drive Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 3M4 Telephone 329-2276 C6386-7 "I guess we've been getting on his nerves more than usual lately." 66 OFFICE. CLERICAL National transportation company re- quires receptionist-typist for genera office duties. Experience preferred but not essential. Phone Gerry Easthope, 328-5521. C6348-5 Local insurance company requires mature secretary for office duties on part time basis. Dictaphone ex- perience and typing essential. In- surance experience not necessary. Contact Mr. Stan Ross, 328-7933 or 329-3340. 6S87-5 RECEPTIONIST CLERK Excellent opportunity for personable, energetic youthful person interested in good working conditions and top starting salary. Must be able to han- dle figures accurately and possess above-average tryping ability. For more details K. S. MUTTON AVCO FINANCIAL SERVICES 309 6th St. S. 327-3107 C6387-7h 67 RESTAURANT.HOTEL Help required for waiting on tables. Experience preferred. Apply Top's Pizza and Spaghetti House. C6038-H Waitresses and waiters required at Golden Bridge Restaurant. Apply in person to Henry Yee. Phone 328- 2525. C2712-tf Hotel tavern bartender and For particulars phone Vulcan Hotel, 485-2004. Ask for Mr. Balog. 6588-10 MOTEL CLEANING STAFF. GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL PHONE 327- 4576. C6324-4 68 DOMESTIC Babysitter wanted to come in 11th St. S. 327-1000, after 6 p.m. 634.4-4 Mature person for light house duties for elderly person. Suite available If desired. Phone 328-3431. 6465-7 Require babysitter five days a week for one pre-schooler, in Ashgrove area. Phone 327-7736. 6432-4 69 FARM Person experienced in farm and ranch work. Mainly cow-calf and hay. General handyman. State experience and salary expected. Reply P.O. Box 308. Fort Macleod, Alberta. 6466-16 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL Registered Nurses required im- mediately for modern, active 25-bed hospital in East Central Alberta. Salary and personnel policies per A.A.R.N. Residence available, at low rates. Rural hospitals present an ex- cellent opportunity to develop a wide range of nursing skills. Apply to: Mrs Willa J. Suntjens, R.N., B.Sc.. Direc- tor of Nursing, Coronation Municipal Hospital, Coronation, Alberta.6433-8 WANTED Laboratory technologist, R. T, Technician Grade 1 for the Creston Valley Hospital. Salary Range Start 12 months 24 months 00 36 months and 48 months This position is for a five day, hr. week, exclusive of half hour meal period. "On Call" on a rotating basis. Duties to commence January, 1974. Apply in writing giving full particulars of qualifications to the undersigned. John H. S. Moffitt Administrator Creston Valley Hospital Creston, B.C. _____________________6542-12h 71 TEACHERS WANTED EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES CO-ORDINATOR and development of Early Childhood Services programs teaching certificate with Early Childhood qualifications man- datory allied experience desirable negotiable to: Marcella Blais, Director Preventive Social Services Box 90 Athabasca, Alberta TOG OBO date: January 10th, 1974 6345-5h LIFE ON OTHER MOONS Part 4 exoaioi.oe.isrr MOON, IS KIND OF MACHINE? TO LOOK. TO THE TIME WHEN LIPE ON SUCH Av. MIXTURE. WHICH UP IS, LIKP THE WHICH PJSE 7-0 ON ON ftv SUM THEV COULD COMPLEX If JO THE VBUILDINS> 61 OCKS" OP PRO'T EiNS. HE POINTS OUT HVDROGEN, A.NO 71 TEACHERS WANTED COUNTY OF WHEATLAND SCHOOLS Strathmore, Alberta. REQUIRES: for Second Semester only, commencing February 1st, 1974, to June 30th, 1974: TEACHER for SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH, LITERATURE and PSYCHOLOGY 20. Deadline for applications January 11, 1974, in writing to: F. Burchak Superintendent of Schools P.O. Box 90. Strathmore, Alberta. C6168-5h STETTLER SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1475 Invites applications 1. A Business Education Teacher Likely some English and Mathematics for Priority Employment Program. Duties to commence January 2. A Senior High School English Teacher For the Second Semester starting January 30th, 1974. of Stettler Salary Schedule (1974) 6600 7500 9250 9775 10300 10225 11575 14800 15375 16025 For further information or to submit applications, MR. B. J. STRAIN SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS BOX 1420 STETTLER, ALTA. Phone 742-3331 or 742-2860 (evenings) C6259-5 72 LICENSED KINDERMHltNS NURSERIES___________________ Kradle Koop Day Care Centre. Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centre 328-2509. C4658-tf 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE DANCE GROUPS AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328- 2867. Active Country Western dance band requires electric organ, piano or ac- qordion player. Immediate engagements. For interview phone 327-9234. 1-7 p.m. 6589-5 THE MOON GLOWS Music for all occasions PHONE DON CODY 327-6592, AFTER 7 P.M. 9701-tfh THE VARIETY MEN DANCE BAND FOR HIRE FOR WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE LEN ERLENDSON 327-6817 6083-tfh 78 LOST AND FOUND Lost Man's tinted, wire rim reading glasses. Reward. Phone 327- 8121. 6522-4 79 PERSONAL Birth Control and Information Centre. 542 7th St. S. Phone 328- 0196. _______________C3125-tf More flags on the 8th Lethbridge Sea Scout mast. Persons interested in joining Sea Venturers, 14-17 or Sea Rovers. 18-24 invited to phone the 6498-5 Have your basic rights been in- fringed? We are concerned. Phone 328-3856. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ALBERTA HUMAN RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES ASSOCIATION. 3144-tf ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. phone 327-8049 or 328-3246. after p.m. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O BOX 861 LETHBRIDGF. ALBERTA 327-6292; JHAN 327-8340. 1'686-tfh Attractive woman, with no children and no ties, early 30's. would like to hear from good-looking man with means and same. Social drinker or smoker accepted. No triflers or phonees please. All replies in strictest confidence. Reply to Box 148, Lethbridge Herald. C6388-10 to vnmmmnm Kirby Vacuum Sales and Service Klrby Company of Lethbridge 328- 8962.__________________C3751-tfi DRYWALLING TAPING SPRAYING CEILINGS REPAIR WORK. PHONE 328-7362. 2943-tf Winter work special. Trees and hedges trimmed. Trees removed for less. Phone 327-2641. CS637-tf McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates. Pruning, trimming and felling. Call 328-2094, 327- 1323. 7030-tf 85 POULTRY AND SUPPUES Stew hens for sale, each. Phone 758-6627, Magrath. 6467-4 Chickens for sale each, alive. 6 Ib. average. Phone 327- 9168. 6523-5 Heavy roasting hens 48e per Ib. pan ready. Roosters eight Ibs. dress- ed 40t per Ib. Also fryers, custom work. Helmuth Dyck, 345- 3224. C6355-tf 86 Pti SAND SUPPLIES Siberian Husky, purebred Phone York Hotel, Room 6. 6347-4 Afghan for sale, after 5 p.m. Phone 327-8249, 6524-9 English Setter with papers. Phone 327-6545 after 6 p.m. 6436-16 Two purebred English Setters for sale. Phone 327-6545, after 6 p.m. 6309-4 Part Labrador part Terrier male pup 'to give away. Two months. 328- 1097. 6590-7 Wanted good home for three month old German Shepherd. Phone 328- 7623. 6691-5 St. Bernard pups for sale. 738-4388, Iron Springs. No Sunday calls. C6388-10 Cocker Spaniel dog for sale House trained. Female. Phone 328- 6499-5- Border Collie pups for sale Top working strain. Male. females, Phone 757-2198. Barons.6500-5 Black and white kitten to be given away to good home. Phone 328- 9549. 6468-9 Two miniature Poodle puppies. One male, one female. Unregistered. each. Phone 327-0466. 6494-5 for sale Black female Poodle Terrier cross pup. Phone 328- 0038. 6543-5 Joanne's Poodle and Pet Clipping Service. For appointment phone 328- 3763._______________ 1186-tfh Babysitter required, full time Mon- day through Friday. Please inquire to C. Brown Lethbridge Family or phone 328-7771. C6370-4 Require mature person for babysitting five month old baby, week days. To come in. Phone 329- 4657. 6555-7 Boarding heated individual indoor-outdoor run, personalized attention. Southaita Kennels, Barnwell. Phone 223-413C. I C6091-19J KEHOUGH'S DOG OBEDIENCE classes commence Tuesday, January 8th and Thursday, January 10th at Kaleidart's Building at 7 p.m. for nine weeks, includes puppies. Karen Carney will Instruct Conformation classes at 8 p.m. Thursdays for five weeks at per dog. Leashes Phone 327-5073. 6410-15h 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Tow truck and garage equipment for sale. Phone Terry, 327-0922.C6339-7 ROYAL TRUST 323 7 ST. S. Phone 328-7761 Multiple Listing Service COFFEE SHOP In shopping centre, good north side location, ample parking, showing good return on investment. Would make ideal family business. Call VIC KAUTZ 329-0793. EXCLUSIVE. C6043-tf FOR SALE THRIVING CAFE BUSINESS IN RAPIDLY EXPANDING TOWN IN SOUTH EASTERN ALBERTA. 2250 SO. FEET SEATING CAPACITY 81. TWO-STOREY MODERN BUILDING- TOP FLOOR CAN BE MADE INTO BANQUET ROOM. MUST BE APPRECIATED. SEEN TO BE FOR APPOINTMENT CONTACT: BOX 1510, BROOKS, ALBERTA. TELEPHONE (403) 362-3301. ____ ___________6232-tfh 69 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. C5216-H MORTGAGES AH 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 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. College Mall, phone 328-3331, Residential, Commercial properties Farms and ranches, city or town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C6303-5 90 CONTRACTS Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day service 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-5114 C6924-tf Maytag Sales and Service. Services on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No job too large or too small. LETHBRlDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3RD AVE. S. Phone 327-44W. C73S3-H Remodelling, renovations Free es- timates. 328-9525. 6502-9 Phone Doug's Rototilling For snow removal, sidewalks and driveways 327-1227. 6401-29J Finish carpentry work, 'renovations, basement suites, and rumpus rooms. Phone 328-5096 or 328-6240.6556-7 Economy painting and decorating Very neat, very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf Painters. Qualified work guaranteed Free estimates. Phone 328-6911 _________________ 7169-tf Fred Steiner cement work old basements dug, water proofing in- sured, free estimates. Phone 327- ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. Cl936-tf Garage building, cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson 7tn Ave-s 327-6682. ____________C7377-tf Fences repaired, built. Mis- cellaneous building. Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 327-5087, PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1974 VILLAGE OF FRANK is hereby given, that the 1974 assessment roll of the said municipality, made under the provisions of the Assessment Act has been prepared and will, lor thirty (30) be open to inspection at the of- fice of the secretary-treasurer of the Village during business hours and that any person who desires to Object to the entry of his name or that of any other person upon the said roll or to the assessed value placed upon property must, within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, lodge his in writing.with the secretary-treasurer of the Village. Dated at Frank, Alberta this 30th day of December, 1973. Mrs. A. Painter, Secretary-Treasurer. __________________________J-8 NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1974 TOWN OF VAUXHALL Notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll of the Town of Vauxhall, made under the provisions of the Municipal Taxation Act, has been prepared and will, for thirty (30) days, be open to inspection at the Town Office of the Town of Vauxhall during business hours and that any person who desires to object to the entry of his name or that of any person upon the said roll or to the assessed value placed upon any property must, within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, lodge his in writing with the Ad- ministrator of the Town of Vauxhall. Dated this 31st day of December 1973. Ann Seierstad Secretary-Treasurer, Town of Vauxhall. J-7 INVITATION TO TENDER CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PRESSURE SUSTAINING VALVE CHAMBER Sealed tenders marked "Tender for City of Lethbridge, Pressure Sustaining Valve Chamber" will be received at the office of the Purchas- ing Agent, Purchasing and Stores- Department, '280 5th Street North, Lethbridge. Alberta up to p.m. MST, January 16, 1974. The work involves construction of an underground concrete valve- chamber and installation of piping, fittings and valves. Tender documents may be exam- ined at the office of the Purchasing Agent, Purchasing and Stores Depart- ment, City of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta and at the office of Associated Engineering Services Ltd., No. 101, 709-8th Avenue S.W., Calgary. Alber- ta, on or after January 2, 1974 and will be available to bona fide tenderers upon deposit of Tenders must be accompanied by' the specified Bid Bond payable to the City of Lethbridge. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Mr. W. Ponech, Purchasing Agent, Purchasing and Stores Department, City of Lethbridge. Lethbridge, Alberta Associated Engineering Services Ltd., No. 101, 709 8th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta. J1 Box Number Replies 122, 124, 139, 140, 141 New RCMP insignia battle promised OTTAWA (CP) Former prime minister John Diefenbaker began the parliamentary New Year on familiar ground with a fervent attack on what he calls gover- nment disrespect for symbols of the monarchy. Mr. Diefenbaker (PC- Prince Albert) asked in the Commons whether con- sideration is being given to removing the crown from the insignia on uniforms of non- commissioned RCMP of- ficers. Solicitor-General Warren Allmand said he has no knowl- edge of any planned change in the uniforms. Mr. Diefenbaker said in an interview later he has heard from RCMP personnel that the force insignia will be modified with the crown being made smaller or eliminated. "There will be widespread dissatisfaction if this goes he said, promising to fight the rumored proposal to the finish. He recalled his fight last year against the proposed removal of the words Royal Canadian from the force's name. "If they go ahead with this, they'll find, the fight put on over the Royal Canadian will be just an amateur perfor- mance in comparison." Last year, he took the government to task not only if or trying to change the i RCMP name, but for what he said was the reduction of royal symbols on mail trucks and letter boxes, i The post office said then that only a minor change in- volving removal of. the Queen's personal cipher had been made. WALDHEIM IN MEXICO MEXICO CITY (Renter) ,UN Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim arrived here Wednesday from Florida for a three-day visit to confer with Mexican President Luis Echeverria and tour ruins of the ancient Mayan civilization in the southern state of Yucatan. Heart attack kills multimillionaire RENO, Ney. (AP) Errett Lobban Cord; maker of the classic Cord automobile and aviation pioneer, died here yesterday of an apparent heart attack, a family spokes- man said. He was 79. Cord, a multimillionaire, I built a financial kingdom in automobiles, electronics, real estate, broadcasting stations and other interests. Cord took over the Auburn Motor Co., in Auburn, Ind., in 1925, and made the Auburn the first American stock car to do 100 miles an hour. The famous Cord 810 came out in 1932. Regarded by some as the best-looking car ever to come from an American fac- tory, the streamlined Cord sold for at a time when a Cadillac cost Cord owned or had con- trolling interests in American Airlines, the Stinson airplane factory, the Lycoming engine plant, several auto body fac- tories and the New York Ship- building Corp. In 1936 Cord sold all of his major holdings for million. But in later years he became successful in Los Angeles real estate and in factories produc- ing aircraft parts, kiddie cars and small household appli- ances. A former state senator, Cord also bought into radio stations in Los Angeles and Reno. World magicians show features light bulb eater OTTAWA (CP) AH Ka- bah eats light bulbs. He does it quite casually, cracking the light bulb against his teeth, munching the glass thor- oughly and swallowing it. He follows it with a glass of water. Ali Kabah is from Sydney, Australia, and is part of a show called a World Festival of Magic and Occult which opened Thursday night at the National Arts Centre. Former film maker dies WASHINGTON (AP) Ralph Block, reporter, movie producer and government of- ficial, died yesterday at 84. He was credited with dis- covering Carole Lombard, whom he hired for one of a series of 10 low-budget pic- tures he was producing. He also helped produce five W. C. Fields comedies, including So's Your Old Man. Before entering the movie business, Block had been a re- porter and theatre critic for hi Louisville, Kan- sas City, Detroit and New York. It's advertised as a collec- tion of "the world's greatest magicians, illusionists and oc- cult practitioners. Ali Kabah said in an inter- view after the water chaser that he has been in show busi- ness for 25 years. He got in- terested in magic shows as a school kid in Sydney. He's the third generation of his family on the stage. His mother was an opera singer in Australia. He has been around the world several times but this is his first tour of North America and first visit to Canada. PLAN ALUMINUM PLANT -A group of five Japanese aluminum pro- ducers has signed a provisional agreement to build an aluminum smelter and power plant in Indonesia, Sumitomo Chemical Co. said. The estimated cost of the facilities is million. Aluminum Co. of America and Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corp.. both of the United States, are expected to join the protect. ;