Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
M THf IETHM1DGE HERALD -57 FEMALE HELP January 11, B MALE HELP Jjirtlts, JJeatliSf 1 i ,fV l y J hanks, eloved wife of the late Joseph Iwasny of Coleman who predeceased her at Coleman, Al-jerta, January 5, 1964. She was in Poland, coming to Canada in 1912 to Bankhead, Alta She had been a resident of Msman, Alberta from 1923 to 1970, where from 1938 to 1969 she had been the proprietress of a Ladies', Men's and Children's Clothing Store, Coleman. For the past 1% years she had been a resident of the Edith Cavell Nursing Home Lethbridge. She is survived by one brother Joseph Dobja, Na kusup, B.C.; one daughter Mrs Mary Pollock, Trail, B.C.; two sons, -Jack Kwasny, Trail, B.C and Duke Kwasny, Lethbridge four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Prayers will be said in the Holy Spiri Catholic Church, Coleman Thursday, January 13, p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at the Holy Spirit Cath one Church, Coleman, Fri day, January 14 at a.m Interment will follow in family plot, Coleman Catholic Ccm etery. FANTOJ CHAPELS LTD., are in charge of ar rangements. cily on Monday, January 0, 1972, following a lengthy ill-ess, Mrs. Maria Reimer, at w age of 74 years, of Coal-dale, beloved wife of the late Mr. John Peter Reimer. The fu-eral service will be held on liursday at p.m. In the Mennonite Brethren Church, Coaldale, withfiev. Peter Pank-atz officiating. Interment will ollow in Ow Ooaldlae Cemetery. Friends may pay their espects in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. pbone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. ,TD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9547 MATSON Passed away city on Tuesday, Janaury 1, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. George Claude Baugh, at the age of 91 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Cora Ethel Baugh of Bow Island, lorn in Pleasanton, Kansas, the late Mr. Baugh moved to Etzikom and farmed in the dis-rict until moving to Bow Island 2 years ago. Besides his loving he is survived by one son lir. George Baugh, Lethbridge; our grandchildren and eight [real-grandchildren. The fu-eral service will be held on at a.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, vith Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiaUnu. Interment will fol-ow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. ,TD., Directors of Funeral Service. Alexander Linning, beloved lusband of Mrs. Ann Linning of 308 12th St. N. who died in the city Wednesday, Jan. 5, 972, after a brief illness at the ge of 65 years, was held at :00 p.m. Saturday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel with Rev..B. Field officiating. Pallbearers were Half Burton, Stan Chervinstd, John McGuire Mike Hunt, Edward Rhodes and larry Skidmore. Interment was n the Field of Honor in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of Ihe arrangements. MECHANICS Journeymen preferred, but will con-elder third or fourth year npprenllces. Apply to Service Manager, C 0 liege Mercury Sales Lid., 327-5763. MALE- FEMALE HELP REPRESENTATIVE REQUIRED BY large nternallonal organization. Starling ncome per monlh with regular ncreases over a Iwo year period. All fringe benellls and complele training. Write Box 1, Herald. flower shop. Write Box 9, Herald n own handwriting. STYLIST WANTED. PART me and foil time. Experience neces-ary. Phone 3J7JMO days, 327-3473 venings. CAR SALESMAN WANTED FOR PRO-nresslve full line Ford dealership In Southern Alberla. Good remuneration for working Good conditions and fflnga beneflls. Reply with full delalls to P.O. Box 741, Lelhbridge OF LETHBRIDGE HEALTH UNIT SECRETARY-TREASURER ppllcatlons are Invlled for Ihe above arl-time appointment. Experience In lookkeeplng and typewriting Is es-ential, and a knowledge of government accounting procedures would be n advantage. Salary lo be negotiated. Vrltlen applications to be submitted to le undersigned by January 17, 1972. DR. A. A. BYRNE MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH didn't say 'serves 18' until the very end of the PROGRESSIVE FORD DEALERSHIP In Southern Alberla require a licenced Bodvman. Good working conditions and fringe benefits to Ihe right man. Ex-cellent salary. Reply wllh lull delalls lo P.O. Box 714, BUSINESS Funeral service or Mrs. Aline Dunlop, beloved wife of the late James Dunlop who died in the city Monday, "SET UP" RELIABLE AND xperlenced party In restaurant In thriving southern Alberta town. potential. Financial res-onslbllity to "Leaifi" required. Send nil and complete resume to: Box 11, Herald. OF ALBERTA OF HWAYS AND UNSPORT will be received up lo 11 o'clock e on Thursday, Ihe construction 'New Fish Creek nd W. c( Valley-uraeon Heights, kpTllng Gravel for e Pavement, anllly or Wapiti River Richfield Road, nllly ISO Acres, ica lions may be ice of Ihe Ch e r. Highways Bulld-rla, the office of r, 1707 fith Street la, and the office neer, Admin stra-idge. Alberta, and nly to Individuals ling In the Prov-o partnerships or ed and operating stablished a f xed the Province of Twenty-Five Dol-1o the Provlncia required for each and Specification: t be accompanied ;e or bond equa nders will be open-est or any Tender pled. of Highways and city on Monday, January 0, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Miss Andrea Catherine Matson, at the age of 81 years of 1246 6th Avenue S. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at p.m. In the Buchanan Chapel, Southmin-ster United Church, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating, iiterment will follow In Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar-tin Bros PROGRESSIVE FARM MACHINERY releller reouires young, aggressive sales represenlallve for southern Alberla lerrlory. Salary plus commissions wllh full company beneflls. For Interview please phone 3, 1B72, at the age of 57 years, was held at 1 p.m. Tiursday, Jan. 6, 1972, In the Chrislensen Chapel with Rev. R. E. Eskdale officiating. were John and Leon Burke Val Tamava, Frank Poch C. Gatto, BUI McDonald and Frank Poch. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of funeral Service, was in charge of On arrangements. HIG city on Tuesday, January 11, 1972, following a brief SHOP, RESTAURANT ADDITIONAL SALES HELP REQUIRED FOR LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT EXPERIENCE NOT NECES-5ARY- APPLY STANDAROEAHUTODPARTS LTD. EDUCATIONAL and license applied for, dln-ng lounge. Price Exclusive. dress shop with stock and modern store General garage and eslaurant, only Corral clearing business Drive In and trailer curt. Wrlle L. S. Handley, Box 105, Coaldale. Oliver Handley Reel Eslats Ltd. the undersigned A.M. Standard Tin January 20, fo of Ihe following wof 1) Highway 34, s. o to Valleyvlew, B view to W. of S Crushing and Slo Asphaltlc Concre Approximate Qu Tons. (2) Prelect S lo Jcl. of Atlanll Clearing, Approximate Qui Contract and Spec obtained at Ihe Paula Helene Marguerite Hirch, at the age of nine A DISC JOCKEY Recorder message by Jim EIIIOI tBll! ou how. Phone 328-3S3S. Columbia chool of Broadcasting. daughter of Mr. and Urs. E. Hirch of Bow Island Born in Lethbridge, Paula received her education in Bow :sland and was a 'member of he Pioneer Girls Organization Besides her loving parents she s survived by one sister Christine and two brothers Richard and David, all a home; her grandprents, Mr and Mrs. Hirch, Bow Island and Mr. and Mrs. P. Ciesla Lethbridge. The funeral ser vice will be held on Friday a p.m., in the Bow Island Free Evangelical Church, wit Pastor Paul Bortnem official ing. Interment will follow in the Bow Island Cemetery. In lieu of flowers those who wish may donate 'to the charity of thei choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. MUSIC E. MELLS, B. MUS. HAS LIMIT-d openings for voice or piano lessons or spring semester, beginners or ad-anced. Phone 32B523B. LOCATED CONFECTIONERY n city ol Lelhbridge. Total price of t, o c k fixtures, equipment 1 Good building with living quarters at ear. Rent per monlh. Balance f ease three years, on renewal ba-Is of flvff years. Books Available to nteresled party. For further Intorma-ion call Ihe Exclusive Llslers of HAY REALTY LTD., 327-7077 or 337-7975. CAREER OPPORTUNITY. WE HAVE an opportunity for a sales representative who has some business experience. With a strong urge to succeed, to represent one of Canada's mosl prominent companies n Ihis area. The position provides and assured Income with professional tralnlnq. For personal Interview, reply to Bnx 145, 812 3 Avenue S (Courtesy parking at the rear of the Chapel) Those who wish may, in lieu of flowers, donate to the charity of their choice MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. LOST AND Edmond August Demers, beloved husband of Mrs. Alice Demers of 1014 34th St. S. who died in tte cily Saturday, Jan. 1, 1972, after a long Illness at the age of 59 years, was said at a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 5, 1972, in the Assumption Parish Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Bruce Field officiating. Pallbearers were Paul, Thomas and James Zook, George, Jean and Michael Demers. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements GLASSES IN GREEN WOVEN ase. Vicinity 10th Ave. and 13th SI S. Reward. 327-1391. Engines ng, Edmon on. Alb he District Enginee N.W., Calgary, Albe of the District Eng ion Building, Lethbr will be available o registered and opere nee of Alberta, or corporations register n and who have e jlace of business 1 Alberto. A deposit o ars payabl Treasurer, will be copy ol the Contract taken. Each bid mu by a marked cheq lo 10% of Tender. Te ed In public The lov not necessarily acce L. H. McManus Deputy Minister APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING accepted for experienced MANAGERIAL PERSONNEL In retail Held. Excellent uture wllh Canada's faslesl growing deparlment store. Salary lo commensurate wllh experience. Apply In person or address resume, PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT, WOOLCO DEPARTMENT STORE, M25 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE shoes. Phone Dick Anderson BT 32-44B7, Picture Bulle, with Leader" SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. (Esiabliihed 1927) PHONE 328-3331 Fully equipped laundromat In thriving own near Lelhbridge Consists of eight washers and (our dryers. Total price Contact Morris Pashkowlch Milton J., o Kettle Falls, Washington, pass ed away In Trail B.C. on Sun day, January 9th, 1972, follow ing a brief illness, beloved bus band of Mrs. Adelle Wolsey Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel, in Leth bridge on Thursday, January 13th at 2 p.m., with Bishop Arvin Wilde officiating. Inter ment will follow in the Magrath Cemetery. Friends may mee the family and pay their re spects from 1 p.m. until prior to the service. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser vice. C954 STODDARD Monday, Jan uary 10, 1972, Mr. Douglas Louis Sloddard, aged 73 years formerly of Cardston, Alta. He is survived by his wife, Vera Lethbridge, Alta.; three sons Dale, P a s c o, Washington Leon, Quesnel, B.C. and Kent Calgary; four daughters, Mrs Doug (Maxine) Sherwon Orange, California, Mrs. Jim (Marjie) Ady, Cardston Alta., Mrs. Fred (Yvonna French, Cobble Hill, B.C. and Mrs. George (Kay) Nay, Owen dale, Alta.; 27 grandchild re and one great granddaughter three sisters, Mrs. C. B. (Alta Whittaker, Salt Lake City Utah, Mrs. Nona Duke, South Burnaby, B.C. and Mrs. Stan ley (Mabel) Kearl, Cardston Alta., Services at THE OAK PEN CHAPEL (Foster Funer al Home) 540 16 Ave. N.W Calgary on Thursday at p.m., Elder C. L. (Dil) Robert son of Glenmore Ward Bishopric of the Church of Jesu Christ of Latter-day Saints o ficiating. Interment Field o Honour, Queen's Park, Cal gary. ANONYMOUS Anyone wllh a drinking problem. Pbone 327-1049 or 321-3246, after Fur Well esl quires t wllh sa Must t" building sharing other c beckgro Manager abllshed Alberla fur outlet OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDINS AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON :AMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 141, LETH-BRIDGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 327 27-4292; JEAN, 327-BHO. end management ab'llly-ambitlous and desirous of a strong fulure wilh profit ncenllves, as well as meny ompany benefits. Siva lull nd to: I, LETHBRIDGE HERALD SERVICES AND M.L-S. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT 91 w DEPARTMENT ALBERTA REGIONAL HUMAN ECONOMIC RESOURCES EXPANSION AUTHORITY This s a Development Prolecl. Its construction Is financed jointly by Ihe Governmen of Canada, Department of Reglona Economic Expansion, and Province of Alberla, Human Resources "Develop ment Authority and will be carried out under the Alberta Department of Highways and Transport. SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard on Monday January 3d, 1973, for the construction of the following work: Prelect 42.17C-2, N. of Lafond Creek o Wabasca River, Clear ng, Approximate Quantity: Acres. Contract and Specifications may tac obfalned at Ihe office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Build ing, Edmonton, Alberta, me office o the District Engineer, 1707 din stree N.W., Calgary, Alberta, And Ihe office of the District Engineer, Admlnlstra lion Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, and will be available only to Individual registered and operating In the Prov Ince of Alberta, or to partnerships o corporations registered and operating In and who have established a flxtc place of business In the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty -F ve Dol lars payable lo the Provlncia Treasurer, will be required for eac copy of the Contract and Specification taken. Each bid must be accompanies by a marked cheque or bond equa to of Tender. Tenders will be open ed In public. The lowest or any Tende not necessarily accepted L. H. McManus Deputy Minister of Highways am FOGGIN Funeral service for Mrs. Florence Foggin, beloved wife of the late Mr. JOB eph Foggin who died at VACUUM SALES AND SER VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH BRIDGE 32B-B942. LOANS tV C. Clarence Stacker, beloved husband of Mrs. Olga Stacker of Del Bonita who died at Cardston Friday, Jan. 7, 1972, at the age of 85 years, was held at p.m. Monday, Jan. 10, 1972, in St. Andrew's United Church, Cardston, with Rev. C. Carnochan officiating Honorary pallbearers were Nick Graveland, Axiel Johnson, 0. L. Herron, Clayton Brenton, James Felger and Mark Fuller. Active pallbearers were Cory Graveland, Latham Bo wen, Fred Rice, Julius Gruninger, Jim Plunet and Bob Manzke. Interment was in the. Cardston Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was In charge of the arrangements. HUBERT Funeral service for Jacob F. Hubert, beloved husband of Mrs. Agnes Hubert of Coaldale who died there Thursday, Jan. 6, 1972, at the age of 67 years, was held at p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9, 1972 in the Coaldale Mennonite Brethren Church with Rev. D. Pankratz officiating. Pallbearers were John A., Frank V., David E., Henry A., Frank A., and David F. Hubert. Interment was in the Coaldale Mennonita Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was In charge of the arrangements. TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workman ship Phone 3JI-7342. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED in? College Men, Phone 3J8-TO1 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranchei. City or Town. Lowest Interest rates available. Mrs! and second SELL GUARANTEED SELF ADHESIVE LABELS In rolls, to supermarkets, bakeries stores, etc. Full time, part lime, sideline. Teke short auto trips. Top com missions advanced Age no barrier Win tree gasoline, Hudson's Bay blan kell and coals, G.E., Sunbeam. Also ad specialties, calendars New compel Itlve catalogue available. Tell abou yoursell In first letler. Write today Alexander Label Factory, 1275E Wei llngton St., Ollawa Ont. STAMP AND STENCIL -Rubber stamps, corporate s a a 1 a deters, etc. Same-day service. 123: 2nd Ave. S. Phone 32B-51K a brief illness at the ag of S3 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 5, 197! in Southminster United QUITO with Rev. C. Camochan offia ating. Active pallbearers were Les Dalton, Ed Newton, Albert Robinson, Stanley Weiss, Bo Manzke and R. Poweslanc Honorary pallbearers wer Tom Hoyt, Jim Miller, Leo Weiss, Roy Gygie, Nick Grave-land, Carl Strate, Ernie Da Ion and Carl Jergeson. Inter ment was in the family plo in Archmount Memorial Ga dens. Martin Bros. Ltd. Direc tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the SALES AND SERVICE. SER vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also III small appliances, lawn mowers rons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lol too arge or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, IDS 3rd Ave. Phone 327-44S4. AND J EOU1PMENT RENTALS For your snow removal. Prlvele driveways. 3JK74S. SNOW PROBLEMS? Front end loader and grader for snow removal. Phone between 6-fl p.m., 358-1415. GOOD Neither You ca and ea year, y You n -Ambl Energ gw You Atten Dense from If you .-Pay comrr four Teact sales ASSIfl the sales adva your ALE5AAEN ARE TRAINED NOT BORN doctors, lawyers, dentist or engineers n be an outstanding salesma n lo or more a ur very first year, ecd to be 1 or over lous ellc minded jd driver and cr.vn e vill -Two weeks of school (ex i paid) e 6Q% or more of your Incom our established FULLY INSURED TREE SUft GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 328-2094. WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG-IN6. PHONE JONES ROOFING, OUR WINTER WORKS PRO gram We are now TAKING ORDER and giving FREE ESTIMATES o trimming of TREES and HEDGES, 1 be done this winter. Phone BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS rooms, renovations. Call Ted Blng-hlm construction. J27-3JK. AGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and atuccolng. Anderson end sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave S. Phone 327-ttU. POULTRY AND PROVINCE FOR SALE LIVE AT Co-op. 22c Ib. Duane Forsyth, Welling Alberta. 5TEINER CEMENT WORK old basements dug, water proofing. In sured, free estimates. Phone 327-B28A ALBERTA DEPT. named to NDP positions EDMONTON (CP) The ap-poinlmenl of William Joh (Bill) Dryden, 37, of Edmonto as provincial secretary was an nounced here by the Alberta New Democratic Party. Mr. Dryden is an etecutiv assistant and lecturer In HEAVY ROASTING CHICK ens Pan ready. Hens ]b roosters, Ib. Also friers, 38c Ib Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale, 345-3224. HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will received by tha undersigned up to 11 o'clnc A.M. Standard Time on Friday January 21, 1973 for the constructlo of Inn following work: Highway 2, S. of Island Lake to 3 of Lawrence LaKn, Clearing, Approximate Quantity 140 Acrii. Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chie Construction Engineer, Highways Build Ing, Edmonton, Alberta, the office o the District Engineer, 1707 ilh Stree H.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the offlc of the District Engineer, Admlnlstra Men Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, and wll be available only to Indlvldua registered und operating In the Prov nee of Alberta, or to partnerships o corporations registered and operalin n and who have established a Mxei place of business In the Province o Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Do lars payable to the Provlncia Treasurer, will be required for eat copy of the Contract end Specification taken. Each bid must be accompanie by a marked cheque or bond equa to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be open ed In public. The lowest or any Tende not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus Depuly Minister of Highway) ant Transport FINISHING RUMPUS rooms, cupboards and all remodelling needs. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone M5-WM. PETS AND BUILDERS AND FINISH ER. RUMPUS ROOMS, INTERIOR DECORATING, CUPBOARDS, ALL PHASES OF FINISHING. PHONE we ou a minimum of 5115 B week Issloned earnings for Ihe firs weeks and train you In our auccessfu method n you to a sales area unde Irect guidance of a quallfle director de the opportunity for you t ce Into management as lasl a iblllty will warrant PHONE COLLECT 328-1704 9 a.m. and 5 p.m FOR SALE EISH months. Phone 327-1002. MONTH OLD FEAAALE SIA-mese Seaplolnt, ?15. Phone M8-1251 alter t p.m. UNDER ICE KAPUSKASING, Ont. (CP) -The Scuba Seals chopped holes In the ice of Canton Lake near this Northern Ontario town recently for their first dive of the season under ice-covered water The six men, wearing insulated tret suits, used tow lines as safety MINIATURE SILVE Poodles. Eight weeks old. Phone 327 327-9731. SAMOYED While Husky lor sale. Phone 327-2337. IN MILLIONS Canada is among the dozen or so countries that harvest more than one million metric tons of fish Passed away in the city on Monday, Januar 10, 1972, following a lengthy il ness Mrs. Nancy Elizabeth Buries, at the age of 92 years beloved wife of Mr. Percy Bur les of 1807 6th Avenue A N Bom in Lancaster England th late Mrs. Buries came lo Sask atcbewan in 1907 and moved t Lundbreck in 1908 where sh married Mr. Percy Buries o February 10, 1909. They lived there until retiring to Leth bridge in 1950. She was a men: ber of the Livingstone Ladie Club for many years. Beside her loving husband she is NUMBERS 1, 4, 9, 147, of Alberta's politica science department. He wil start his new job immediatel; Pal Waters, a Calgary tcaci er, was appointed the party southern Alberla MEMORIAMS STENGER In loving memory of our dear brother, Alexander, who passed away January 11, 1967. You were taken without any warning, Your going left hearts filled with pain, But though you are gone from among us. In our hearts you will alwayi remain. loved and remember- OF BY SERMAN COASTER SYSTEM TOR CJTV TRAPP1C. WAS DESI6NED BV THE MESSERSCHMtTT-BOLKQW- f BLOHM (MBB) GROUP. COULD TRAVEL THROUGH BUILDINGS SUCH AS DEPARTMENT STORES, OFFICE BLOCKS, SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS AND ADMINISTRATION fined for misleading OF PUBLIC WORKS, SEALED TENDERS addressed Dogterom, (CP) S. S Kresge Co Ltd was fined Ev, Bill and family. THIS SYSTEM CONSISTS OF 'SMALL PLASTIC. CABINS EAOH WITH TWO OR THREE COMFORTABLE SEATS AND A 6PACIOU5 B LUS6A6E AREA. A. PIXED TRACK. Q STPUVIGHT TO THE I DESTINATION PP-ESELECTED I BX THE PAB8ENSER f WITHOUT CROSSINGS) OR CHANGES. -Part Chief, Financial and Admlnlslra rive Services, Department of Publl Works of Canada, 10325 100th Avenue EDMONTON, Alberla and endorse "CONSTRUCTION OF POST OFFIC HIGH RIVER, Alberta." will ba re celved until t.m. (M.S.T.) Jan uary 28, 1972. Tender documents can be obtained on deposit of 350.00 In Ihe form of CERTIFIED BANK CHEQUE mad payable to the RECEIVER GENER AL OF CANADA through Ihe follow Ing Department of Public Works o Canada offices: Oliver Building, 10235 IDOIh Avenue EDMONTON, Alberta; .400 Custom Building, llth Avenue and 1st Stree S.E., CALGARY, Alberta and ma be seen at the Construction Assocla tlon In EDMONTON, CAL GARY, RED DEER and LETH BRIDGE, Alberfa. The deposit win be released on re turn of tha documents In good cond lion within one month from Ihe dal ol lender opening. To be considered, each tender mm be lubmllted on Ihe forma luppllfd b the Department and be accorr panlefl by ihe security specified 1 ihe tender documents. The lowest or any tender not ntc accapted. Ian M. Chief, Financial erxJ Admlnltlra five firvlcN Louis J.! Bentley George W., New York, Philip L., Cardslon, Robert Y., Cow ley, Clarence N., Medicine Hat Edward H., Montreal, and Ber nard G. Buries, Fort St. John 22 grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren and one brother Mr. Diclc Yates, Moorlands Lancaster, England. The fu ncral service will be held on Saturday at p.m., in St Aldcns Anglican Church, Cow ley, with Rev. R. R. Griffin of ficiating. Interment will follow In the Livingstone Cemetery Friends may pay Ihclr respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. Phone 328-2361. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Diabetic Association, SOS 18th Ave. N.E. Calgary. MARTIN BROS LTD., Director! of Fiinera Service. found guilty in Alberta Supreme Court on a charge of misleading advertising. The charge arose from newspaper advertisement las January. Court was told the compan advertised a utility drill at "discount price" but evidenc was presented showing it wa the suggested retail price n which tire drill was usually sold The charge was laid under Hie Combines Investigation Act which CWef Justice J. V. H Mllvain snid was designed t protect (ho In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather. Peary William Thompson, who passed away January 9, 1971. heard a voice softly calling, Take up thy cross and follow me. A tempest o'er my heart was falling. A living cross this was lo me. His cross I took, which cross no longer A hundred fold brings life to me, My heart is filled with joy o'er flowing, His love and life are light lo me. We who loved him show all our respect. loved and remembered by wife and family. MM OF SCIENCE TRAVEL BY 1 THE CARD IS FED INTO 1 1 THE COASTERS ARE A SLOT BESIDE THE 7 -A. 1 ELECTRICALLY DRIVEN AND SEAT. L 1 THE NETWORK EFFICIENTLY 1 .LO'aiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBY IA. USED Bv HAVING CABINS I APART ON MAIN IN THE GERMAN COAST BtVftTEM OF CITY TRAV THE OELEC DESTINATION ON A NET MA9 AND RECEIVES A PUNCHED POPULAR Ontario's provincial parks were used by In 1970, an increase of 13 per cent over 1969 and nearly four the number to ___ 1 WORK, .AND THE PABftSNOERfl AUTOMATICALLY SLIDE AT M TO THEIR CCSTINATION.