Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THI UTNUIDOI HMAID FEMALE HELP Ttiunday, January 11, 51 MALI HELP IAIYSITTEH- TO COME IN, 3th AVE. and lflh SI. I. Phone ENTERTAINMENT SEK-vlca. ftc. Pfiont 'f V Jjirths, Jjectths, PART TIME COOK DISHWASHER wanted. Experience desired, but not essential. Apply al Kresge's. SALES POSITION. APPLY In person. Tip Top Tallorl, Centra Vlllaga Mall. RELIABLE CLEANINS LADY RE-quired one day per week. Phona after 1 p-m. KJ] POINT Manullli Has a salel ooportu-nlly for you. If you are a local rn -dent wllh some eucutlva ana tain ability frill could wall the lurnlng nolnl of your life. Thl! poilllon offers a complete training program and above average remuneration. Please phone 3J7-5SI4 for an appolnlmenl or write Mr. Brunner, Manufacturers Llle, m St. S. All replies will be answered. r a Irriafifim, fi Khii Faum IM, 1972. Wotld )f 01 V v? _ _ (Hards Of L S SECRETARY- RECEPTIONIST. FULL-time employment. Company hjrwllli Apply SI! !nd si. s. Phone TAYLOR Mary Belle passed away on Tuesday, Jan uaiy 11, 1972, beloved wife o Robert Samuel Taylor of 3423 Elbow Drive S. W., Calgary Funeral Service will be held on Friday, January 14 at p.m 5696 BAUGH Parsed away in the dty on Tuesday, January 11, WK following a brief ill ness, Mr. George Claude Baugl at the age of 91 years, belove husband of Mrs. Cora Baugh of Bow Island. The funeral ser vice will be held on Friday a a.m. in Martin Bros Memorial Chapel, with Rev Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gar dens. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service C9570 JOHNSTON Rosa Ellen passed away in Pincher Creek on Tuesday, January 11, 1972 age 65 years. Bom in BURLES Passed away HIRCH Passed away In Lethbridge on Tuesday, January 11, 1972, following a brief illness, Paula Hetene Marguerite Hirch, at the age of nine years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hirch of Bow Island. Besides her loving parents, she is survived by one sister, Christine; two brothers, Richard and David, all at home; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Hirch, Bow Is land, Mr. and Mrs. P. Ciesla Lethbridge and her great grandmother, Mrs. Helene Till East Germany. The funera service will be held on Friday January 14, at the Bow Islam Free Evangelical Church, wit] Pastor Paul Borlnem official ing. Interment will follow in the Bow Island Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, friends may donate to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. EXPERIENCED SALESCLERK FOR china and glltware department. Parl-Urns. Hoyt'l, downtown. Phone Brittoa King, who died Dec. 23, 1971, was held Friday, Jan. 7, 1972, at Edwi's Funeral Home. Pincher Creek, with Rev. Ralph Orvis officiating. Pallbearers were Arlen Crawford, Robert Gamble, Augustus Gamache, Ernest Gietz, Keith Leal and Jack McGladdery. Interment was in the Fairview Cemetery. E d e n's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, Directors of Funeral Service, was In charge of the arrangements. FORMEN REQUIRED BY CHEVRON STANDARD LIMITED DUE TO ORGANIZATIONAL EXPANSION, TWO SUPERVISORY OPENINGS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE KAYBOB SOUTH GAS PLANT FOR MAINTENANCE FOREMEN. CANDI-DATES MUST HAVE SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE AND SHOULD POSSESS JOURNEYMAN, MECHANICAL M1LLWRIGHT OR PIPEFITTING QUALIFICATIONS. REFINERY OR PETRO-CHEMICAL PROCESS BACKGROUND PREFERRED. EQUIPMENT TO BE MAINTAINED: 110 PUMPS, i! TURBINES, W ELECTRIC MOTORS, OVER COMP. HORSE POWER. PLANT -IS LOCATED 30 MILES SOUTH OF FOX CREEK, ALBERTA. MOVING ASSISTANCE. BUS SER. VICE TO PLANT. FULL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS. FORWARD WRITTEN APPLICATION GIVINS FULL DETAILS OF AGE .EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE, ALONS WITH PHONE NUMBER TO: MANAGER, EMPLOYEE RELATIONS CHEVRON STANDARD LIMITED 100 FIFTH AVENUE S.W. CALGARY 1, ALBERTA 1972 following a lengthy ill ness, Mrs. Nancy Elizabeth Buries, at the age of 92 years beloved wife of Mr. Percy Buries of Crestview Lodge Pincher Creek. The funera service will be held on Satur day at p.m. in St. Aideas AigUcan Church, Cowley, with Rev. R. R. Griffith officiating Interment will follow in UK Livingstone Cemetery. Friends may donate to the Canadian Diabetic Association, 605 18th Ave. N.E., Caglary. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu neral Service. C9569 HORTON Passed away suddenly at the residence on Wednesday, January 12, 1972 George Allen Horton at the age of 47 years of New Dayton Born in New Dayton the late Mr. Horton has resided there all his life and has been the manager of the seed cleaning plant there for the past i: years. He was a member of the New Dayton Golf Club and the B.P.O.E. He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. (Clara) E W. Ensign, Miss Bemice HOT too, Mrs. Ruth Siciner and two brothers, Gordon and Joseph all of Lethbridge and 10 nieces and nephews. The funeral ar raogements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C9566 DeGKOOT Passed away suddenly at Fort Macleod on Tuesday, January 11, 1972, Mr. Peter Johannes DeGroot, al the age of 39 years, betovet husband of Mrs. Ricky DeGroot, of 2415 7th Avenue A N. Born In Holland, the Me Mr. DeGroot came to Raymond in 1953 and moved to Lethbridge in 19S6 where he has resided until his passing. He was employed as an Electrical Technician by Cana-idan Westinghouse for the past several years. Besides his loving wife, be is survived by one daughter, Dorothy; three sons, Jimmy, Freddy and David, all at home; four sisters, Mrs. R. (Nellie) Bisser, Raymond, Mrs. B. (Annie) McDougaM, Leth-jridge, Mrs. B. (Joanne) Bur-inghof, Nanimo, Mrs. G. (Betty) VanGaal, Letobridge; one brother, Hunk, Revelstoke, 9.C. and his parents Mr. and ttrs. John DeGroot, Raymond. Funeral arrangements will be announced when competeld. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc-tors of Funeral Service. PART-TIME TELLER REQUIRED IM medlatily for Friday of each wtfk at Standoff, Alberta. Transportation sup piled. per day. Phone Mr. William-eon at RE8UIRED EXPERIENCED stenographer. Typing, shorthand and dictaphone essential. Phone Carberl Howe, McKeen Adlustors Ltd., 327-37M. SALES CLERK FOR RURAL DRUG STORE SUPPLY EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND, AGE, CHARACTER AND ABILITY. REFERENCES. PRE FER GIRL WITH COSMETIC EXPERIENCE OR VITALLY INTERESTED IN COSMETICS. BOX 6, MATURE WOMEN FOR POSITION of homemaKer wllh Ihe Bar. ons Eureka social services Dept. Age 30 to 55. Transportation essential. Duties: to substitute for a mother In a home In case of Illness or other causes. To assist elderly citizens on an as required bases. address applications to Director ol Preventive Social Services, Box 11, that the only suggestion you have to offer? 'Wait Ull Funeral services for L. E. (Bud) Markus, who died Jan. 3, 1972, was held at p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 5, 1972, in Eden's Funeral Home with Rev. M. Hagel officiating. Intermtnt was in the Fairview Cemetery. Pcllbearers Alf Baker, Bud Batty, Al Berry, John Luco, Stu Le Pard and Roy Melton. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drlnKInq problem Phona 317-1019 or 321-3241, after AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS For your snow removal. Private driveways. 32B-4765. HELP BUILT HOMES, RUMPU rooms, renovations. Call Ted Blng ham construction. 327-32B4. Are you living wllh a problem drinker In your home? Thera la understand ng and help for you Phone Jean 327-1340, Marilyn 32M972; Jana 327 70ed. WAr. class. Write Box 7, Herald. BUILDING, CEMEN work and atuccolng. Anderson anc Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave S. Phone GENERAL MAINTENANCE MAN -Welder, carpentry and boiler expert-ence Write box 1, Herald. SERVICES AND STEINER CEMENT WORK old basements dug, water proofing. In sured, free Phone 327-I2K Mary, passed away at Lethbrldge Municipa Hospital on Sunday, January 9, 1972, at the age of 87 years beloved wife of the late Joseph Kwasny of Coleman who predeceased her at Coleman, Al berta, January 5, 1964. She was bom in Poland, coming to Can ada in 1912 to Bankhead, Alia She had been a resident o Coleman, Alberta from 1923 to 1970, where from 1938 to 1989 she had been the proprietress of a Ladies', Men's and Chll dren's Clothing Store, Coleman. For the past 114 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 jreat grandchildren. Prayers will be said in the Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Coleman Thursday (tonight) January 13 p.m., Requiem Mass will be celebrated at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Coleman, Friday, January 14 at a.m Interment will follow in family plot, Coleman Catholic Cemetery. FANTTN CHAPELS LTD., are ID charge of arrangements. RELIABLE MAN FOR FOUR TO elaht hours work on Sundays only. Some truck driving. Phone VACUUM SALES AND SER VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH BRIDGE 32UK2. FINISHING RUMPU rooms, cupboards and all ramodellln needs Free estimates. Guarantee workmanship. Phona 345-3493. Ontario, came to Blair-more with her parents in 1904 Moved to Lundbreck district in 1906. She resided in Lundbreck until tlie time of her passing except for the last 15 months which she spent at Crestvlew Lodge, Pincher Creek. She married Fred Johnston in 1927 Predeceased by her husband fred in 1957; five brothers ane wo sifters. Survivors include >ne brother Harold Crayford Jawson City, Yukon Terri-ories; IB nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be held in the Foothills United Church, Cowley on Saturday, January 15 at 3'00 p.m. Interment, Funeral service for Stewart Booth Card, beloved husband of Mrs. Kate Card of Raymond who died at Raymond Sunday, Jan. 9, 1972, at the afie of 84 years, was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 12, 1972. in the Raymond 4th Ward LDS Chapel with Bishop James D. Bridge officiating. Honor a r y pallbearers were Reed H. Hoi-man, Dr. J. S. Madill, Grant Hall, Arlie Hudson, Orrln Dick Kinsey, L. A. Wood, Mirza Pack, Paul Moreland, Bill and Tom Witbeck, LeRoy Card, Frehlen Dahl and Hugh Dickson. Active pallbearers were Ted S. King, Max and Gordon Powelson, Wayne, Frank S., Brian and Reed Card, Fred Miller, Art Grata-tin and Arnold Harris. ment was in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of toe arrangements. GREGSON Funeral ser- QUALIFIED REFRIGERATION AND malor appliance service man required by Wesllnghouse Canada Ltd. 120A North Mayor Magrath Drive TAPINO, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workman ship Phone 328-7362. STAMP AND STENCIL -Rubber stamps, corporate seals Waters, etc same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. s. Pnone 3H-J1K BUILDERS AND FINISH ER. RUMPUS ROOMS, INTERIOI DECORATING, CUPBOARDS, ALL PHASES OF FINISHING. PHONE 328-9179. LINOTYPE OPERATOR, MODEL 14, saw and quadder, ads and lobs. Immediate. Phone collect. Olds Gmelle, Box 120, Olds, MALE -FEMALE HELP ENERGETIC PERSON for flower shop. Write Box Herald In awn handwriting. SALES AND SERVICE. SER vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers Irons, vacuum cleaners. "Ic. No lob too large or too Imall. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, TOS 3rd Ava. S. -Phone 327-44H. READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read Ihelr ad vertlsemens and REPORT ERRORS In time for the next Insertion. Th Herald Is only responsible for the firs Incorrect Insert MECHANICS Journeymen preferred, but will con-alder third or fourth year apprentices. Apply to Service Manager, C o liege Mercury sales Ltd., 327-5763 WESTERN SPORTSMAN NEEDS YOU Correspondents needed to look after advertising and articles in Ihelr area. For further Information wrlle THE WESTERN SPORTSMAN, 1211 6th S. H., Lethbrldge. ADDITIONAL SALES HELP REQUIRED FOR LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT. EXPERIENCE NOT NECES-SARY' APPLY STANDARD AUTO PARTS LTD. LETHBRIDGE. FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTINO. TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 32J-2K4. NURSERIES LTD. WE prune trees and shrubs professionally. Phone 345-4633. No Sunday calls. PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF Sp2 HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS Will bt reee ved by the undersigned up to U o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Friday January 21, 197J for coni rucl on of tfie following vvorK: Mlgnway 2, s. of island To S of Lawrence Lake, Clearing, Approximate Quanliry no Acres. Contract and specif leaf loni may be obtained at Ihe office of the Chief ConsTructlon Engineer, HFghwayi Build Ing, Edmofifon, Alberta, the office of tin District Engineer, 1707 6fh siret N.W., Calgary, and 1he office of the District Engineer, Admlnls ra 1 on Building, Lelhbrldge, Alberta, and will be available only to Individual) reglslerfd and operating In the Prov Ince of Alberta, or to partnership! or corporations registered and operating In and why havi established flxei place of business In the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable fo the Provlnc al Treasurer, will ba required for each copy of Ihe Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanlet by a marked cheque er bond equal lo 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened In public. lowest or any Tender nor necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus Deputy Minister o) ind Transport OF LETHBRIDGE HEALTH UNIT SECRETARY-TREASURER Applications an Invited for above part-time appointment. Experience In bookkeeping and typewrit mo Is essential, and a Knowledge of government accounting procedures would ba an advantage. Salary to be negotiated. Written application) to be submitted to Ihe undersigned by January 17, 1972. DR. A. A. BYRNE MEDICAL OFFICER OF Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the charity of their choice, m care of Ames Insurance, Pincher Creek. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME jTD., Pincher Creek. Required Immediately Part rime) commissioned salesman. Apply Woolco Department OUR WINTER WORKS PRO-gram We are now TAKING ORDERS and giving FREE ESTIMATES on trimming of TREES and HEDGES, to ba dona this winter. Phona 327-lui. POULTRY AND G.M. PARTSMAN Mitqulrenf ImmtdTalely by largt OM dtiler In Edmonton. Must have minimum five years GM parts experience. Top salary and all company benefits. PhoM A. Reeves, 454-2-171, collect, i 32 0-1 FOR SALE LIVE AT Co-op. 23c Ib, Duani Forsytn, welling. Alberta. HEAVY ROASTING for Mrs. Sarah Shaw Greg-son was held Thursday. Dec. 30, 1971, in Cardston at the Aetna LDS 4Ui Ward Chapel, Elder Mark Berry presiding. Elder Glen Lowry offered the invocation. A Duet was supg by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams, "I Come to the Garden." Elder Pete Shaw, a nephew of the deceased gave the biography of Sarah Shaw Gregson. She was ran, Jan. 10, in Preston, Lancashire, England, daughter of Thomas Shaw and Elizabeth Oickenson. She went to work in the cotton mills at the age of 10. At 19 years, she contracted typhoid fever and while recovering she was told of a new religion in America. Being bom a Wesleyen, the then joined the LDS Church. Saving her wages as best she could, she Immigrated to Canada in 1909 under :he sponsorship of Mrs. Ray Knight of Raymond, where she worked for some tune before moving to Cardston. She then worked in the Cardston area until her marriage to James Gregson on May 1, 1910. They made their home in Aetna for three years while farming the original homestead of 3V, sections two miles southeast of Aetna and building up the ranch at Taytorville where they moved in 1913. It was here that four of their five children were born, he eldest, being born in Aetna, 'allbearers were: Calvin Wol-sey, Delbert Nielson, Byron WoUey, Bill Campbell, Wallace Archibald and Dan Henrie. Interment took place in the fam-ly plot in the Cardston ceme-ery beside her husband James iregson. Christensen Salm o n Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral was in cliarge of the arrangements. 2lc Ib. Also friers, 3ac Ib. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldele, 345. 3224. WAN city of bt b a.m. DRIVER SALESMAN of Canada Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Daveiopment, National and Historic Parks Branch, CALGARY, Alberta, requires: PAY AND BENEFITS CLERK DUTIES: Prapara payroll for employees In the Western Regional Office and employees of the National Parks In Western Region j post leave and attendance records; prepare statistical reports; prepare documentation for employees; and other related duties. Quota Competition No. 7MAN-CAL-212. SUPERANNUATION CLERIC DUTIES: To maintain Pay and Benefits files for Ihe employees In National and Historic Parks .In the Western Region; To review for completeness and process documents related to Superannuation, Group Surgical and Medical Insurance, Provincial Medicare and staff housing; and other related duties. Quota Com pel II Ion No. 72-1AN-CAL-211. For both positions. Interested applicants should be abla to provide evidence, through work history, of the capability to perform the type of work required. Apply immediattlv to: Caanda Manpower Centre, 1123 4th Street S.W., Calgary 3, Alberta ALBERTA DEPARTMENT References required and must ondable. Apply between 9 and 11 Lelhbrldge Laundry Ltd., 1810 AVI. 5. PETS AND HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will M received by tne undenlgned up lo 11 o'clock AM. Slanderd Time on Thursday, January 3D, 1973 for the construction of Ihe following worK: (1) Highway w, S. of New Flih Creek to valleyvlew, and w. a valley-view to W. of Sturgeon Helgntl, Crushing and Stockpiling Gravel for Aspnallfc concrete Pavement. Approximate quantity Prolect S. 0( Waplll River lo jet. of Atlantic Rkhll.lS Road, Clearing, ApproxTmale Quanllty in Acrel. Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the otllce of tin chief Construction Engineer, Highways Bulld-ngr Edmonton, Alberta, the office of te District Engineer, 1707 ath Street .W.. Calgary, Alberla, and Ihe office of the District Engineer, Admlnlstra-Mon Building, Letnbrldge, Alberla, and will be available only fo Individuals registered and operating In Ihe Province, of Alberla, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating In and who nave established a fined place of business In the Province of Alberla. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to Ihe Provincial reasurer, will be required for each copy ot the contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened In public. The lowest or eny Tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus Deputy Minister of Highways and FOR SALE EIGHT months. Phona 327-10D2. WELSH Funeral service for John W. (Jack) Welsh, who died Jan. 3, '1972, waa held at p.m. Friday, Jan. 7, 1972, m the Foothills United Church. Cowley, with Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Honorary pallbearers were L. Bouniicr, D. R. Dennis, R. K. Dezall, D. B. jlen, S. E. Snyder and F. A. Tustian. Active pallbearers were Peter Husik, Melvin Pi-sotiy, Jerome Bobbins, Robert [loth, Harry Salekin and Floyd Sippola. Interment was hi the 3owley Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher 3reek, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of tne Fur Store Manager Well Alberta fur outlet requires top calibre fur store manager with sales and management ability. Must be imbltlous and desirous of building strong future with profit sharing Incentives, as well as many ether company benetlts. Give full background to: BOX 12, LETHBRIDGE HERALD H MINIATURE SILVER Poodles. Elghl weeks old. Phone 327-327-9731. GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS. Sire double registered. Mother out of registered slock. S35 each. Out of town home only. Wayne Schmld, 642-2409, Warner. SAMOYED (WHITE Husky) lor sale. Phona 327-2337. BUSINESS OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT w DE-ARTMENT ALBERTA REGIONAL HUMAN ECONOMIC RESOURCES EXPANSION AUTHORITY This Is a Regional Development Project. Its construct on Is financed Jointly by the Governmen of Canada, Department of Reglona Economic Expansion, and Province of Alberta, Human Resources Development Authority and will be carr ed out under the Alberta Department o Highways and Transport. SEALED TENDERS win be received by the undersigned up fo 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Monday, January 24, 1972, for tht construction of Ihe following work: Project 42.1702, N. of Lafond Creek fo Wabasca River, Clearing, Approximate Quantity: 630 Acres. Contract and Specifications may be obtained al Ihe office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Build-Ing, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbrldge, Alberta, and will be available only to Ind vlduais registered and operating In the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating n and whs havt established a flxec place of business In Ihe Province of Alberta. A deposlf of Twenty-Five Dot-ars payable to The Provlncla Treasurer, wll be required for each copy of Ihe Contract and Specifications aken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal o 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened In public. lowest or any (MI (-race Whop up fashionable boots for pennies easy-sew-Boot It brightly with SELL GUARANTEED SELF ADHESIVE LABELS In rolls. To supermarkets, bakeries, Jtores, etc. Full lime, part time, sideline. Take short aulo frlps. Top commissions advanced. Age no barrier. Win free gasoline, Hudson's Bay blanket s and costs, G.E., Sunbeam. Also ad specialties, calendars. New competitive catalogue available. Tell about yourself In first letter. Write today: Alexander Label Factory, 1275E Wellington St., Ottawa Ont. KIY-3A4 DAIRY BAR ON FOUR o s, ocated In Blalrmore on Highway No. 3, In the thriving Crowsnesl Pass. Fully equipped, excellent parking. Books available to Interested buyer. Phone or Box 26, Hlllcresl, Alberta. SHOP, RESTAURANT -Beer and wine license applied for, din-Ing lounge. Price Exclusive. dress shop with slock and modern slore General garage and restaurant, only Corral ng bus ness Drive In and trailer court. Write L. S. Handley, Box Coaldale. Oliver Handley Real Estate Ltd. GOO Nelth You Vtar, You -Ag Am -Em -Spc You -Att J? fro If ye con lou sal --Ass the sail -Pro adv you 3 SALESMEN ARE TRAINED NOT BORN er art doctors, lawyers, dentists or engineers can be an outstanding salesman earn to SI or mora A your very firs? year. to be 31 or over bilious rge.lc rts minded lood driver and own a decision criticized EDMONTON (CP) The eaders of two opposition larties have criticized the >rovincia] government's to drop previously-instituted research programs. Harry Strom, leader of the Social Credit party, said the Conservative government is doing away with independent agencies that might have criticized it. Grant Notley, New Democratic Party leader, said the lecision leaves the impression he government does not desire independent' views of its administration. The government recently an-no-meed that the Human LOCATED CONFECTIONERY n city of Lelhbrldge. Total price of STOCK fixtures, equipment Good building with living quarters at rear. Rent S200 per monlh. Balance o ease three years, on renewal ba. s s of five years. Books available to Interested party. For further Information call the Exclusive Listers of HAY REALTY LTD., 327-7077 or 327-7975. LnHAun REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION WESTERN _ REGION TENDER FOR WATERMAIN AND STORM SEWER CONSTRUCTION Sealed lenders will be received by he undersigned until p.m., local Reglna time, on February 3, 1972, or Additions and Improvements to Water, Sewer, and Storm Drainage yslemi, Brandon, Manitoba, Contract Walermaln and Storm Sewer Con-r rue II cm. Trn site of the work Is loafed in City of Brandon, Manl-oba. The work conilsti of the supply of all materials for and tht imtalla-on of approximately (MI of 6-11 Inch wt terms In and sSDcIaltd work, and 000 feel of 15-41 Inch itorm Mwer nd anoclated work. Tha plani and specif leal Ions may bi kw in the Winnipeg, Brandon, Sas-latoon and Realm off ces of the local .udders' Exchange or Construction EDUCAT1ONAI LOANS A DISC JOCKEY Recorder message by Jim Elliot tails you how. Pnone 378-3634, Columbia School of Broadcasting. nd two weeks of school paid) ive 60% or more of your Income n our established MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 266-60111 RESIDENCE 255-7641, ANYTIME. MUSIC qualify we you a minimum of 9125 a week, missioned earnings for The first weeks ch and train you In our successful s method gn you to a sales area under direct guidance of a qualified s director vide the opportunity for you to ince Inlo management as fast as r ability will warrant PHONE COLLECT 328-1704 seen 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. E. WELLS, B. MUS. HAS LIMlT-ed openings lor voice or piano lessons tor IMPTIES' AA .ND WHIN REQUIRED.