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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE liTHMIDGI HEIALD -SB MAIE HEIP January 19, 1971 67 SERVICES AND n DirthA, i UamJ S BIRTH GOL1A Gwen and Michael are pleased to announce die birth of their son, Mark John-athori at p.m., January 15, 1972. Weight 7 Ibs. 8 ozs. A brother for Michelle Rae. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John McNeil and Mr. and 1 jkanhif nlemorlami ships balk JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) -Two Soviet fishing vessels seized on charges of violating WANTED 5TEAW ENGINEER, Third clasl. Write Box 7, Herald C 9503 Excellent workman ship. Phone 32B-7362. J. I I i ii t 1 f 1 nihU GENERAL MAINTENANCE MAN -Weldtr, carpentry and toller exMrl-tnce. Wrlle Box 6, Herald. MIDDLE AGED, FIX anything around Iht house. Phone alter, noon and evenings, 327-7122. ELECTRICIAN JOURNEYMAN 0 R Third or lourlh year helper lor commercial work. Phone 3I8-H3I. STAMP AND STENCIL -Rubber stamps, corporate Hill, dalers, etc. same-day service. 1233 2nd Avt. S. Phoni 328-5114 NIGHT WATCHMAN TO Dp CUSTOD. Ian work. Please contact HaICo Manufacturing Ltd., 3Sla !4th Ave S., between 1 a.m. and 5 p.m. SALES AND SERVICE, SER-vlcel on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, "lc. No lob loo large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Pnone 327-445J. BRYANS-Edward M. (Ted) Bryans, 57, passed away Tuesday, January 18, 1972, following a lengthy illness, son of the late Dr. William G. and Mrs. Bryans; husband of Margaret and father of Bill and Michael of Montreal. Private funeral was held in Montreal today. 5882 McKENZIE C., passed away Monday, January 17, 1972, in Kimberley, B.C., at the age of 81 years. Mr. Mc-Kenzie was born and raised in Lethbridge. He farmed in later years with his fattier and brother in the Hyssop district, north of Lethbridge. In 1925, they moved to Lethbridge where the became manager of the Southern Alberta Co-op, a position he held until retiring in 1947. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife (the former Annie two sons, Roy of Regina and Ken of Kimberley; cine daughter, Mrs. E. (Betty) Peterson, Port McNeil, B.C.; a sister, Mrs. Mae Thompson, Victoria and p brother Gordon of Spokane. He was predeceased by Ws father, Ed McKenzie, a brother Leonard and a daughter Mrs. J. (Helen) Willie. Funeral services will be held in Kimberley at p.m. Friday, January 21. HIRCII Funeral service for Paula Helene Marguerite Hirch, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hirch of Bow Island who died in the city Tuesday, Jan. 11, 1972, after a brief illness at the age of nine years, was held at p.m. Friday in tha Bow Island Free Evangelical Church with Pastor Paul Bortncm officiating. Pallbearers were Otto, Alfred, and Reinhold Hirch and Paul Ceisla, Jr., all uncles of the girl. Interment was in the Bow Island Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the MOBILE HOME SALESMAN RE-Julred br IKil dealership. Higher than average commissions, send complete resume Jo Box 23, territorial waters are refusing to be taken to port and remain moored in the Ice of the northern Bering Sea with a U.S. Coast Guard Icebreaker. The Lamut, a factory ship lut abandoned an escape attempt as the coast guard was ROUTE SALESMAN WANTtD, Route Salesman, basic and commission. Ability lo sell and hustle will determine Vcomt. Write Bnx 21, FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-20J4. OUR WINTER WORKS PRO-jram We are now TAKING ORDERS and Blvlng FREE ESTIMATES on trimming ol TREES and HEDGES, to be done this wlnler. Phone WANTED EXPERIENCED SALES-San tor one ot Lethbrldge's leading men'! clothing establishments. We can promise lop salary and Ihe chance ol a lifetime lo Iht right person. Reply, staling experlenc. and background to Box 24, Herald. Gotta. Great grandmother is Mrs. Ida Bashford. Mother and baby doing well. POULTRY AND and the trawler 'Koly-van have balked at going beyond St. Matthew Island, some 200 miles off the western coast of Alaska. Armed boarding parties from the icebreaker Storis are aboard ZUR Veronica of Creston and formerly of Blair-more, passed away in Creston on Tuesday, January 18, 1972, at age 63 years. Prayers will be said in St. Anne's Catholic Church in Blairmore at p.m. Friday, January 21. Requiem. Mass will be celebrated, St. Anne's Catholic Church, Blairmore at a.m. Saturday, January 22. Interment will follow in the family plot, Catholic Cemetery. LOCAL OFFICE FURNITURE AND supply firm requires salesman. Experience preferred but not essentla preter young married man and sell-starter Good Income and company benells. Reply In writing, giving lull resume, to P.O. Box 7H, HUNDRED OLD LAYING HENS, 75C each. Phone 2J3B142, HEAVY ROASTING CHICK-ens Pan ready. Hens 32c Ib., roosters, 28c Ib. Also friers, 3Sc Ih. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale, mind, MY news can APARTMENT MANAGER Required as local representative lor a growing properly management llrm. Applicants musl be fully experienced In the Inner-workings ol aparlment blocks, send complete resume before Jan. 21sl) to Box 17, The PETS AND Noel M. (Mac) Loree, be-oved husband of Mrs. Mar-Jorle Loree of Taber who died there Saturday, Jan. 15, 1972, at the age of 58 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18, 1972, in Humphries Funeral Chapel, Taber, with Rev. Raplh Whitrow officiating. Pallbearers were Donald Porter, Wally Beckman, Lynn, Layton, Dee Morris, Howard Rash and William Pysch. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Gardens. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the skipper of one vessel and the fisheries director of the Soviet fleet are being held under arrest aboard the Storis, coast guard officials said at Juneau. A coast guard spokesman said the Storis had been unable "to convey the subtleties of its conversations with the Russians." The coast guard said it knew of no reason for the refusal of the Soviet ships to sail under escort to the U.S. Naval Station at Adak in the Aleutians, 600 miles to the south. 377-5121. ADDITION TO J. S. SMITH HIGH SCHOOL CARDSTON, ALBERTA Contractors are adv sed that lenders Tor Ihe above project, previously nd-vertised on January 4th, 5th and 8th, are required lo be separate lenders for the following divisions; General, Mechanical, Electrical. Additional Information may be obtained from Ihe office of Ihe undersigned or from Ihe Edmonton, Calgary or Lelhbrldgi Con-s rucllon Association. Closing date of tender Is 3 p.m. Tuesday, January 25lh, 1972. Gordon end Mangold Architects, 9024 105lh Street Edmonlon, Alberta. OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HWAYS AND RANSPORT s will be recelv-d up to 11 o'clock e on Wednesday, for Ihe follow ng OF TWO RIVER SUBSTRUCTURE RIVER BRIDGE NG HILLS. ciFicat ons be lice of the Chief ghways Building, the Distr ct En-on Building, Leln-f The Dlstrct En-Building, Calgary lie only to Indlv-opera ling n the a, or to par ner-ni registered and lave established B 55 In the Province It of Twenty-Five be required for act and Spec fica-d must be accom-d cheque or bond of lender. Ten-d In public. The er not necessarily of Highways and HEELER AND BORDER COL-Me, one year olds. Phone 3JS-3141, Coal-dale. Fur Store Manager Well uubllshed Alberta lur outlet requires top calibre fur store manager with sales and managemcnl ability. Must be ambitious and desirous o building a strong lulure with profit snaring Incentives, as well as many other company tenelits. Give full background to: BOX 12, LETHBRIDGE HERALD BUSINESS mu SEALED TENDE ed by the undersign a.m. Standard Tim February End, 1972 work: CONSTRUCTION PIERS FOR THE OF THE BOW SOUTH OF ROLL1 Contracts and Spe obtained at Ihe 0 Bridge Engineer, r Edmonlon, Office o ginee'r, Adm nlstrat bridge, and Office glneer, Hghways and will be avails duala domiciled ano Frcvlnce of Alberl ships or corporate operating and who fixed place of busln of Alberta. A depo Dollars wi each copy of Conlr (ions -taken. Each b panled by o imarke equal lo 10% ders will be open lowest or any (end accepted. L- H. McManlis Depuly Mln sler SALE ONE-THIRD SHARE OF barber shop In Medicine Hat. Phone 328-0005 or Wile P-0. Box 490, Leth-hridge. CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C8673 BROWN Passed away at Taber on Monday, January 17, 1972, Margaret at the age of 80 years. Funeral services will be conducted from the Knox United Church in Taber on Thursday, January 20 at p.m., with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber, in Charge of Arrangements. C9672 HURST Monday, January 17th, 1972, Lillian "Frances, beloved wife of Mr. William T. Hurst, 32 Hollyburn Road S.W., Calgary, and dear mother of Mrs. Albert F. (Evelyn) Gurr, Victoria, B.C., Mrs. Rex C. (Marguerite) Booth, and Mrs. David W. (Bemice) Dunn, both of Calgary. Also surviving are seven grandchildren; three brothers, William and Clifford Mitchell and Gordon Carlson, all of Vancouver. Bom at Lethbridge, she resided there all her life until moving to Calgary in 1969. Mrs. Hurst was a former member of St. Augustine's Church; Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7, OES, Lethbridge and a former member of the Daughters of England. Services at JACQUES FUNERAL HOME Friday at p.m. Interment, Queen's Park Cemetery. LETHBRIDGE DEAL-er In last growing Recreational Vehicle business seeks active partner willing lo Invest Apply in confidence lo Box Id, Herald. teacher calls schools 'factories' CALGARY (CP) It should be education's job "to liberate from ignorance so people can enjoy and says Stanley Gibson, principal of Okotoks High School in southern Alberta. But, he said, schools continue to operate as producing productive units for business and Industry. He told a meeting that students have become "justifiably bored" because schools delay their adolescence longer. They need help to cope with entirely new social conditions, he said. Practical skills can be acquired quickly and easily in the business world. Schools should help young people develop self-realization through "self-propelled, self-disciplined learning." TOP REAt ESTATE SALESMEN REQUIRED I-FARMS AND RANCHES RESIDENTIAL SALES Join a national company lor better Income 1 Contact CANADA TRUST M'naSer "SET UP" RELIABLE AND experienced parly In restaurant business In thriving southern Alberta town. potential. Financial res-ponsibiliiy to "Lease" required. Send lull and complete resume lo: Box 11, Herald. FOR SALE THE LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD will receive sealed tenders for Ihe sale of serviced res-rdenlal lot at 1105 25th St. S. (Lol 31, Blk. 4, Plan BQ9 Lelhbrldge, Alberta. The lol Is 115 feet deep, has a foot frontage. of 64 feet and a rear w dlh of about 101 feet. Bulldable Front-nge 77 feel. TENDERS for the purchase of this lot, together with a certified cheque equa to 10% of tha offer should be submitted lo Ihe church office, or to Rev. Albert Olson at 1105 24th St. S., Lethbridge, on or before January 26th, 1972. The Church Council reserves the right to act upon these lenders as II sees fit. Cheques will be returned In the case ot tenders not accepted. OF THANKS HUGHSON We would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to our friends and relatives for their many kindnesses and expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement in the loss of our loved one, Our special thanks to those who called, sent flowers, memorial's, cards and food. and Mrs. J. M. Hughson; Mr. and Mrs. Nevell Powell; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Lash; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thompson and families. 5861 DeGROOT The famUy The funeral service for the late Mr. Peter of Lethbridge, who passed away in the city on Friday, December 31, 1971, at the age of 77 years, was held on Friday, January 7, 1972 at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 81t 3rd Ave. S., with Pastor W. Schoepp officiating. Interment followed in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Mr. Hans Nordlund, Mr. Gun-nar Holte, Mr. Andy Odegard and Mr. Norm Fagarheim. Born in Norway, the late Mr. Evensen came to Canada in 1927 and for many years was a resident of southern Albsrta and was well-known in contracting circles during the Second World War and retired as a carpenter several years ago. He is survived by three sons in Norway, one brother in Saskatchewan, five nephews and three nieces. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. IDEAL BUTCHER SHOP, CURING and locker plant In Soulhern Alberta. This would be a real good business for a Family. All lockers, coolers, showcases, etc. 1o be sold as a going concern. For more Information call or write Harold Fox, Schwartz Agencies Ltd., College Mallr Lethbridfle, Alberta. Evenings 32B-4295. WANTED DRIVER SALESMAN FOR CITY ROUTE Between 25 and 50 years of age. References required and muit be bondable. Apply between 9 and 11 o.m., LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY LTD., 1818 3rd Ave. S. LOCATED CONFECTIONERY In city of Lelhbridge. Total price of stock fixtures, equipment Goad building with living quarters at rear. Rent 5200 per month. Balance of lease ihree years, on renewal basis of rive years. Books available to Interested parly. For further Information call Ihe Exclusive Listers of HAY REALTY LTD., 327-7077 or 327-7975. TO TENDER TENDERS FOR GENERAL CONTRACT FOR ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION OFFICE BUILDING LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to Mr. John Rhodes, Manager of the Le h-brldge Branch oF Ihe Alberta Motor Association, for the eredlon and wn-plellon of ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION OFFICE BUILDING, Will be received a Ihe office of Robins Mitchell Watson, Architects and Engineers, 529 6th Stree South, L e f h-oridge, Alberla up to four o'c ock p.m. Mountain Slandard Time, Wednesday, February 9lh, 1972. Tender documents are ava (able from the architects Robins Mil-che I Watson lo general contractors and major sub contractors on depo. sit of a 5200.00 cheque payable to Ihe Alberta Motor Assoc al on. Deposit will be refunded on return of documents In good order, within 14 days afler lender closing Tender documents will be displayed al Construction Association Offices n Lethbridge, Calgary and Edmonton. Tenders shall be submitted n accordance with rules of the Alberta Bid Depository, through Ihe Let h-brldge Branch, at 1321 3rd Avenue Soulh, amended as per Genera In-strucllons. Each lender must be aeeompan ed by either (a) bid bond In the amount of S25.DOO 00 OR (b) a cert lied cheque for not less than 10% of Ihe tender, OR (C) a bid bond in the amount of 10% of Ihe tender. Cerlllied cheques arc to be made payable lo ihe Alberta Motor Assoclat on. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE FOR BARLEY AND OATS Tenders are Invited for the supply and delivery of Mis and barley as follows, lo tha Canada Agriculture Research Station, Lelhbrldge, end the Canada Agricultural Research Sub-stat on, Onefour (Many Al-berla: bus. Barley, No 1 Teed, Minimum acceptable weight of 48 tbs. per bushel, bus. Oats No 1 feed. Minimum acceptable weight of 34 Ibs. per bushel. bus. Barley, No. 1 feed, Minimum acceplab e weight of dB Ibs. per bushel. Tenders on bus. and over will be considered. Samples are required. Quotations will close at 12 noon, Wednesday, February 2nd, 1972. For further Information and quotation request forms, contact C. G. Schoenlng, Assistant Administrative Officer, Canada Agriculture Research Station, Lethbridge, A berla. Phone 327-4S61. LOANS ft MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 264-6011; RESI-DENCE 7S5.7M1, late Peter Johannes De-Groot wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to their friends, neighbors and relatives for the thoughtful acts of kindness, expressions of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings during the occasion of their loss. Special thanks to Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 323-3331 The widest facility available. We consider ALL TYPES of 59 MALE FEMALE HELP CAR HOSTESSES AND INSIDE HELP required. Full and part lime Apply A 4 W Drive-ln, 210 3rd Ave. S. comfort. Ricky DeGroot and family. traffic signal PARIS (AP) Paris has t HELP WANTED IN SMALL CITY restaurant. Cooking duties. Day work only, Monday through Friday. Apply In writing to P.O. Box Lelhbrldge. AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS -For your snow removal. Private driveways. 32H765. Passed away In the city on Tuesday, January 18, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Steve Gal, at the age of 66 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Helen Gal of 1009 14 St. N. Born, raised and educated in Hungary, the late Mr. Gal came to Manitoba in 1928 and moved to Lethbridge in 1933 where he has resided until his passing. He was a retired miner and was employed part time by the City of Lethbridge until reaching retirement age. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by, one daughter, Miss Elizabeth Gal, Letb-bridge; two sons, Mr. Steve Gal and Mr. Chester Gal, Lethbridge; two granddaughters and two grandsons. Prayers will be said on Thursday at p.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Friday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father G. Marten celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section, Mountain View tery. Friends may pay tiieir respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS rooms, renovations. Call Ted Blng-ham construction. 327-32B4. 4078 kind of traffic signal that replaces the old red-light-green-light routine. It has a countdown panel that warns pedestrians of how many seconds to go before the next vehicular blastoff. The light looks a lot like the timers used for ticking off the seconds in hockey. The family of the late Alex Linning wish to express their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the doctor and nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospital. Special thanks to Father Bruce Fields for his comforting words. Sincere thanks to the pallbearers and all those who sent cards, food, gifts, flowers, masses and helped in any way. Thanks to the Ladies of the Royal Canadian Legion for serving the lunch. A. Linning Darlene CsaM and family Barbara Silvias and family SCHOOL BUS DRIVER FOR COAL-dale and Readymade district. Phone Herb Moch at Enerson's 327-5705 or residence 327-977B. RUMPUS ROOMS, CUP-boards, finishing, framing, ell remodelling needs. No fob too small. 32B-0987, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT ALBERTA REGIONAL HUMAN ECONOMIC RESOURCES EXPANSION AUTHORITY This Is a Regional Development Protect. Us construe! on Is financed Jointly by the Government of Canada, Department or Regional Economic Expansion, and Province ol Alberta, Human Resources Authority and will be carried out under the Alberta Department ot Highways and Transport. SEALED TENDERS Will be rscc V-ed by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Friday, January 28, 1972, for Ihe construction of the following work: 1) Project 42.17C-1, Utlkuma Lake to N. of Ulikuma River, Mile 61.6 to Mile 74.0, Clearing, Apprlxlmate 61 TEACHERS LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT No 51 Is seeking Ihe services ol a teacher for a General Learning Disability class (ages SIX to Applicants must possess a Bachelor of Education degree with -specialization in Special Education. Experience p r e-ferred. Please apply lo: DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 51 15th STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SNOW PROBLEMS? Front end loader and grader for snow removal. Phone between 6-8 p.m., 328-8615. Monday, January 17, 1972, Mrs. Elizabeth Toth, age 64 years of 554 6th St. S.W., Medicine Hat and formerly of the Milk River district. She leaves to mourn her passing her beloved husband, Steve, her loving daughter, Mary (Mrs. A. Berner) of Medicine Hat and son, Stephan of Medicine Hat. Also surviving are five grandchildren, all of Medicine Hat and two sisters in Hungary. The Rev. Gordon Williams will conduct the funeral service in COOK'S FUNERAL CHAPEL, Friday at o'clock. Interment in Hillside Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to COOK'S FUNERAL CHAPEL LIMITED. BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 337-6SB2. C7377 Make your dog's sweater now to have him cozy in this dashing set of warm worsted. STE1NER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phona WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. increases car prices DETROIT (AP) Chrysler Corp. has announced price increases up to on its 1972 modei passenger cars, effective on vehicles shipped from assembly plants Monday. The increase amounts to an average of ?20, or one-half of one per cent, across the company's product line, but price on its intermediate-sized models in the Plymouth and Dodge lines were held at their earlier levels. In the announcement Monday .uChrysler said the boost reflects "a further recovery of cost increases previously approved by the price commission." The costs include an improved seat belt system required in all passenger cars built after Jan. 1. The company was authorized by the price board to increase its new car prices by 4.5 per cent late last year, but at that time raised its price three per 62 EDUCATIONAL FINISHING RUMPUS rooms, cupboards and all remodelling needs. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 345-3493. P BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorder message by Jim Elliot tells you how. Phone 328-3434, Columbia Schoo of Broadcasting. recall announced TORONTO (CP) Canadian Motor Industries, distributor to Toyota vehicles in Canada, announced here it will begin recalling about Tpyota Corollas in March for inspection of the car's evaporative emission control system. The recall applies to most 1971 and some early 1972 Corollas, with both 120 c.c. and 160 c.c. engines. The company said: "A combination of certain unusual driving conditions may cause engine performance malfunction by fuel starvation and, in extreme cases, possible deformation of the gasoline tank." Canadian Motor Industries and Toyota will pay the inspection and any replacement parts. The evaporative emission control system is unique to Corollas built for the operator with l.w.b. 1 971 tandem diesel tractor desires lease contract in southern area. Phone J. Kina-han 328-5890 or write 1915 17 Ave. S. 65 LOST AND LOST CHILD'S SKI BOOT, SIZE 10 Vicinity 12 Ave. and 22 El. E. Phone 328-4721. LOST GLASSES IN GREEN WOVEN case. Vicinity 10th Ave. and 13th St. S. Reward- 327-2391. Acres. (2) 42.17C-2, S. of Willow Creek to .Wabasca River, Crushing and Stockpiling Gravel for Gravel Sur-fac ng. Approximate Quantity: Cubic Yards lo Stockpiles, Cu. be Yard Miles Hau Contracts and may be obtained at Ihe office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonlon, Alberta, the ol-fce o the District Engineer, 1707 6th Street, N.W-, Calgary, Alberta, and Ihe o'fice of Ihe District Engineer, Administration Building, Lelhbrldge, Atberla, and wll be available only to individuals registered and operal-ng n the Province of Alberta, or to par nershlps or corporations regisler-ed and operating n and who have established a fixed place of business n the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty Five Dollars payable lo the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of Ihe Contract and Specilicatlons taken. Each bid must accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will ba opened n public. The lowesl or any Tender no) necessarily accepted. L. H. Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport 64 Passed away at Taber, on Tuesday, January 18, 1972, Myrtle, at the age of 71 years. Born at Douglas, Minnesota, June 11, 1900, moved to Burdett with her parents in 1909. She was educated at Med-tine Hat and Mount Royal College. Mrs. Collett had a keen interest in people and education was evident throughout her life. Her 40 teaching years were spent in Medicine Hat, Foremost and Taber areas. She married Reuben Collett at Medicine Hat, June 27, 1936. She was past matron of OES, Roslon Chapter a member of Progressive Unit of Taber and Wadena United Church, a lifetime member of the Taber Ladies Curling Club, Honorary member of the ATA. Survivors, husband, Reuben, Taber; EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER-vlce- Weddings, clubs, elc. Phone 328-2847. 5481. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate of MARY INEZ DAWSON, late, of Ihe Cily oF Lethbridge, In the Province of Alberta, who died on the 181h day ol November A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must Hie wllh the undersigned by Ihe 21st day of February, A.D. 1972, a full statement of Ihelr claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 701 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta SOLICITORS for Ihe Executors MULOCK Funeral service for Frank Melbourne Mulock, beloved husband of Mrs. Frances Mulock of 3201 llth Ave. S. who died suddenly at the residence Saturday, Jan. 15, 1972, at the age of 59 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in St. Augustine's Anglican Church with Rev. R. L. Crisfield and Rev. E. R. Doyle officiating. Active pallbearers were Frank Gemmel, Bob Boulton, Al Haw-ley, Bert Mason, Oliver Hagen, and Karl Cam pa. Honorary pallbearers were H. C. Brown, Bill Knox, Jack Coyle, Derek and Dale Martin, Frank LONELY MAN 40, WOULD LIKE TO meet lady 30 lo 40. Own car and home. Marriage II sulled. Wrlle Box 24, Herald. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 3I7-80J9 or 33B-3246, alter FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 327-377-4392) JEAN, 327-8340. 67 SERVICES AND KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SERVICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETHBRIDGE 326-6962. FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE NEW EYE OF THE Part OF THE ALUMINIUM SHEETS 13 MOUNTED WITH FOUR WHICH CAN BE ADJUSTED THROUGH BCD DEGREES WITH SPECIAL SCREWDRIVERS. Brian of Taber, Dr. Dean of CaJgary; Ihree grandchildren; two brothers, Bert (Monty) Elford, Canoe, B.C., Edgar EUoni, Medicine Hat. Funeral services at the Knox Bing Beazer, Ed Bailey and Dick Humphries. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors Fiiircia! Service, was in cliarge of the your dog in smart style knit cozy turtleneck sweater and cap with pompon. Pattern 7415: sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 included. wait TURIN Italy (AP) TUB SEKMANS HAVE ACHIEVED UNPARALLELED PRECISION WfTH TmiR NEW ftADlCTTGLEeCOPE BV THE OHEeTW OP THE REFLECTOR. SURFACE tHr VBT THE EXTRA 6HARP FOCUSSINB OP RADO A COMPUTER IDENTIFIED 6J6NALB FKOM OUTER ALiGNMErrr ERRORS IN EACH BPACE WILL GIVE A SHEET; WHICH 10 THEN GREATER. DEPTH ADJUSTED TO THE DESIRED PENETRATION THAN HAS A FRACTION OP A MILLIMETRE. EVER KEEN ACHIEVED p.m.. with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Garden. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Cancer Society, TIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd or the United Church Memorial fund. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Tiber In Charge of has cold LONDON (AP) The Queen stayed Indoors Wednesday with i heavy cold at her San-drtngtwm estate in eastern England. A spokesman said the Queen had cancelled all engagements for the next few Jozzini was to be released in two months after 27 years in prison, but he hanged himself in his cell last night. Prison authorities aaid the 60-yetr-old man had become more and more nervous and depressed as the time for his release drew near. He Imprisoned la IMS for killing bli for each pattern (no stamps, add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling THE LETHTmrDGE HERALD Readers Mail Llmlled 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Otntrio ;