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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 47 LIVESTOCK FOR Friday, July 3, 66 Op On Meat WASHINGTON (API-President Nixon has opened the door slightly to increased meat im--ports on grounds that a larger supply was in the "overriding interest" of the United States, The action announced by Agriculture Secretary C h' f f o r d Hardin means U.S. consumers this year will get about pounds more imported meat than previously expected. However, Hardin told a news conference here that most of the additional mainly beef from Australa and Door Imports pended by the president and a new "voluntary" import level determined. Hardin said about pounds of meat came into the United States during the first six months. This leaves pounds to be apportioned among the supplying countries for the remainder of the year. Hardin also said he was given the authority to enforce strict compliance with the revised agreement and 'indicated the United States would shut off countries which threaten to exceed their commitments from here on. Authority also was Workers Head Back To Work DEAD STOCK FREE OF charge. LETHBR1DG6 RENDERING. Phone 328-1336 Lethbrldge, 223-2567 Taber. YEAR OLD MAN WOULD LIKE to meet lady. Write Box 873, Fern e, B.C. AND BLOCK WORK DONE. Free estimates. Phone collect 756-3396, Slirllng, Alfa. Births, Deat I Cards 0} In Men BIRTHS FKAN'K Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Frank announce the arrival of Tracy Diane, born May 2fl, A sister for Craig. 3978 GOLDBERG Colette Funerals, 1 Thanks, loriams I ftf IN MEMORIAMS VISUMEDECHUK In loving memory of my dear wife, Ros-ina, who passed away July 3, 1966. This day comes with 'deep regret, Brings back a day I'll never forget, You fell asleep without goodbye, But memories of you will never die, While my dear wife rests and sleeps, Your loving memories I'll always keep. missed by your husband, Nick. HELP? CONCERNING HEALTH WELFARE AND RELATED AREAS-CONTACT A.I.D. CENTRE. Phone 327-7323 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. DO DRIVEWAYS, CEMENT work, odd lobs. Phone 327-2438 or 327-7398. MR. FARMER CUSTOM K'uLING and processing. Wholesale meat anc livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbrldge. CONTRACTING BASE-ment forming, framing, concrete work, remodelllnq and finishing. Phone 328-5951, 328-6537. OF PROBLEM DRINK-EPS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, 50 MISC. ARTICLES HAVE BACKHOE AND Basements, driveways, trees dug, and top soil hauled. Phone 327-1413 before 5 p.m.; 327-3347 after 5 p.it. ANTIQUES, USED FURNITURE Will pay the higliesr price. Phone 327-7111. ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem, Phone 327-8045 or 328-3246, after (CP) Plumbers and electricians, discarding the picket signs they have carried for the last 11 weeks, Thursday headed back to work under threat of compulsory arbitration. The back-to-work move began slowly as the construction industry roused itself from a deep sleep that followed the strikes and cancellation of the province's entire public works program. In Regina, a spokesman for the electricians' union said workers have started a return to jobs wherever there Is employment for them. "It won't all straightened out before Monday." Plumbers also are wielding their tools again. Leaders of both unions issued back-to-work orders after the ended a two-day emergency session Tuesday night. In a 29-to-21 vote, the Liberals carried amendments to the Essential Services Emergency Act, bringing construction workers under the scope of a 1966 compulsory arbitration law. Premier Ross Thatcher, however, said the amendments will not be proclaimed by the cabinet before July 8, and may never be proclaimed if a settlement is reached. Saskatchewan's chief conciliation officer, John Elchyson, began efforts today to help plumbers and electricians and their employers reach accord on a new collective agreement. CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI-ators, batteries. Highest prices. Var-zarl Iron Ltd., 1248 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-1296 RAVEN 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C6319- HIGHEST PRICES FOR steel and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 527-4261 ONE CLUB For widowed, separated, divorced or otherwise unattached. Dancing, socials, p cnicS and just tun. Phone 327-1448, 328-6439 or 328-3772. STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. n-sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. THE SALVATION ARMY NEEDS: Good used clothing, particularly children's clothing. This can be left at 4 1st Ave. S. or phone 328-2860 or 328-6717 for picKup service. SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 326-5745. Goldberg proud to announce the arrival of Ian Jacques on June 28 at St. Michael's Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldberg of Winnipeg and Mr. and Mrs. Georges Taib of Paris, France. Many thanks to the doctor and the girls in maternity. SERVICES AND STAMP AND STENCIL -Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dat-ers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 32B-51U BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. SCRAP Jeries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 33rJ 'St. North NGER TRAINED SERVICE MAN will oil, deltnt and adjust tension. Any machine regardless ot make or model, 51.45. Call 328-8454. has already been shipped into the U.S. and for the remainder of 1970 the supplying countries will be held to strict shipping commitments. The action involved a presidential suspension of meat import restriction for the first time since Congress passed the import quota law in 1964. Since late 1968, supplying countries have been held- to voluntary agreements to keep meat shipments within a maximum allowance set annually. This year's original agreements called for pounds but shipments during the first six months were larger than U.S'. officials had expected. Thus Hardin revised the estimate to for the year. The level at which strict quotas were to go into force was pounds. These quotas were immediately 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS 'machines, competent adjustments to all enter makes. Free home estimate. Phone 327-2243. Singer Co. of Canada, College Mall. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF ROLLA WILLIAM K1NSEY, late of Raymond, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 15th day of April, 1970. -Take notice that all person having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with The Royal Trust Company by the 3rd day of August, 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. PRITCHARD, HIGA AND BORAS Solicitors for the Executors The Royal Trust Company, 323 7th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta. BOOTH Passed away in the city on Tuesday, June 30, 1970, following a lengthy ness, John Ernest WB aged 64 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Edna B. Booth of 1721 13th Ave. S. Born in Sheffield, England in 1S06, the ate Mr. Booth came to western Canada in 1929, and in 1931, settled in the Taber district. He served overseas from 1942 to 1946 with the Royal Canadian Engineers 13th Field out of Calgary, coming to Lethbridge in 1947. For the past fourteen years he has been employed as caretaker at the post office for the Federal Government Public Works Department and was a very active member of the Canadian Legion in Taber. B e-sides his loving wife, Edna, he is survived by one son, Major John "Ernest" Booth of Montreal and two granddaughters. He was predeceased by his parents, sister, Elsie and brother, Ernest. The funeral service will be held on Monday at p.m. in the Memorial Chapel, .703 13th St. N. with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in Arclnnount Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may pay their respects al the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. meat from Australia and New Zealand into Canada and the United States. This meat has not p r e v i o u s ly been charged against the originating country; The Canadian shipments had caused strong criticism among cattle-state members of Congress. Canada did not sign a meat agreement with the U.S. and rejected the voluntary restraint principle. Canada was criticized for shipping meat into the U.S. which originally came from other suppliers who did accept the curbs. Referring to such third-country trade, Hardin said the shipments would be policed closely to keep track of points of origin so that action could be Cash paid for used truck and C-TS. TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 327-9355. a dear husband, father and grandfather, Robert T., who passed away July 3, 1965. Two tired eyes are resting, two willing hands are still, The one who always worked so hard, is resting at God's will. God saw you getting tired, He knew you needed rest, His garden must be beautiful, He only takes the SALES ana SERVICE. SER-vlces on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic 'or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, rons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lobs too larqe or too small. LETHBR'DGE APPLIANCES, 9053rd Ave. S. Phone 327-4456. 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WILL BABYSIT A CHILD THREE years or older In my northslde home Phone 328-6476. TON WILL TRAVEL. ODD lobs. Phone 327-2438 or 327-7398. 302 WILL DO IN MY HOME (particularity Phone 328 4030. LAWNS PUT IN. ROTQTILL-ing. Garden taken care of. Odd jobs Phone 327-6143. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME, CH1L-dren any ages. Phone QUALIFIED BOOKK E E P E R DE-sires employment. Can take comp eta charge of office. Accounts receivable, payable, payroll, Bank Recon. and General Ledger. Repiy Box 81, 327-2438 or 327-7398. SALE BY TENDER Level unservlced lot 165' x 320' In Magrath, with frame cottage (16x30) and Only service is gas. Being Lot I, Block 27, Plan 3046 H Magrath.1 Tenders to the undersigned by July 15lh, 1970. No tender necessarily accepted. L. G. G. BREEZE, Assistant Public Trustee, 201 John J- Bowlen Building, 620 7th Avenue S.W., Calgary 2, Alberta. Helen and family. TREE TRIMMING, LAWN raking, garbage hauling, etc. Phon 328-4173. Office Reform Bill Approved WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate has agreed to fatten every American mailman's wallet and create an independent agency to take over operation of the deficit-plagued post office department. The postal reform bill, passed 76 to 10, now goes to a conference committee to resolve differences with a smilar bill previously passed by the House of Representatives. A U.S. postal service would replace the present cabinet-level post office department under the sweeping reorganization plan that, in its broad outlines, carries out recommendations oj President Nixon. Postal workers .also will receive an eight-per-cent pay raise. The new agency, run by a board of governors appointed by the president and subject to Senate confirmation, would have control over postal rates, negotiate pay .scales with employee unions, and could issue up to in bonds for modernization of post offices and equipment. The Senate bill, unlike the House bill, would not give Congress a veto over increases in postal TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING with large yellow rototiller, plowln and landscaping. Phone 327-8237. 54A LICENCED KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone .128-2835. NEW LAWNS CONTAC" REEDYK LANDSCAPING. FREE ES TIMATES. PHONE 323-1309. Gr Ready Fc LOS ANGELES (AP) >r Union the state's table grape growers. The growers said Tuesday they were moving to avert disaster to the San Joaquin Valley harvest, due to begin in 10 days, which represents nearly 90 per cent of the country's table grapes. The growers conceded they are being badly squeezed by the table grape boycott pushed by the AFL-CIO United Farm Workers organizing committee, headed by Cesar Chavez. The growers called for a moratorium on the boycott while the workers are conducting union elections and rules for negotiating are being set up. They called for co-operation from the union and the Roman Catholic Church bishops who have supported organizing among the grape pickers in the state. Chavez's union has signed contracts almost daily the last week with other growers who had held out for years. The union estimates it now has 17 per cent of California's acres of table grapes under contract, covering about union members. Wine and table grapes together comprise a slice of California's annual agricultural industry and grapes are the state's largest COSTANZO'S DAY CARE CENTRE PLANNED PROGRAM ONE TO SIX YEARS. PHONE 328-5057. Shop For School At Sparwood NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Premier W. A. C. Bennett, "chairman of the provincial treasury board, announced recently permission has been given to the department of education to award contracts for construction of the industrial education shop at Sparwood Secondary School. The amount approved for shop is FULLY INSURED TREE SUR GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT 328-2094, TOWN OF TABER ALBERTA INVITATION TO TENDER PAVEMENT PATCHING SEAL COAT SEALED fender marked "Tender for Pavement Patching and Seal Coat' will be received by the Town Super intendent of the Town of Taber up to p.m. local time, Monday, July 20, 1970 at the Administration Building Taber, Alberta. The approximate quantities are: square yards of Patching square yards of Seal Coat Specifications may be obtained from the Town Office, P.O. Box 2229, Taber Alberts, Phone 223-3515. A certified cheque will be required with the tender. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be ac cepted. ROTOTILLING New lawns put in. Prompt service reasonable rales. 327-2641. SPRING CLEAN UP All kinds of unk hauled away. Reasonable. Phone 3Z7-2641. GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed top soil, manure Complete landscaping service. Phone 327-5856 or 57 FEMALE HELP SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY LTD. PHONE 328-1493 OR 327-7263. table grape growers wh have with stood a five-yea worldwide boycott by or ganized labor are ready to dea with unions, a spokesman said Tlie spokesman outlined their position at a news conference at which they supported Gov Ronald Reagan's recent cal for mediation in the labor dis pute. They said they represent ed more than 50 per cent EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER WRITE BOX 87, HERALD WOMEN OVER 30 YEARS TO TRAIN as Chiropractic assistant. Slate family status and previous employment and experience If any. Box 57, Herald. Garden tractors roller-hedge trimmer fertilizer spreader-awn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD., 816 3rd Ave. S., Phona 327-5540 MONEY! MONEY! MONEY 1 You can earn a lot of it selling beautiful Avon Cosmetics. Hours to suit you local customers and It's fun. Cal! quickly. Also openings In Taber, Coaldale and other southern Alberta points. Phone 328-7424 or write Mrs. M. Scott, 2514 23rd Ave. HARDWARE Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. SERVICES (ALBERTA) INCORPORATED NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF APPOINTMENT OF LIQUIDATOR By Order Issued by Mr. Justice C. W Clement of the Supreme Court of Al-berfa on June 35f h 1 970 the undersigned WBS appointed liquidator of Medical Services (Alberta) Incorporated. Creditors must submit claims to the undersigned by August 1st 1970 If their claims are to be recognized. Claim forms will be supplied on request. G. J. Robinson, C. A., Liquidator, Thome, Gunn, Helliwell and Chris-tenson, BOO Bank of Montreal Building, Edmonton, Alberta. Telephone 429-6721. Breath Tip-Brush Your WANTED FEMALE: DRIVER FOR CITY ROUTE. APPLICANT 20 YEARS OR OVER. BONDABLE. REFERENCES NECESSARY. FIVE DAY WEEK. APPLY MANAGER, LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY LTD. BETWEEN A.M. AND A.M. RENT ROTOTILLERS RENO-THIN LAWN ROLLERS FERTILIZER SPREADERS POST HOLE DIGGERS GOOD SELECTION OF USED LAWN MOWERS By Hour, Day or Week Downtown HOYT'S Phone 327-5767 Requiem mass for Eugene Jurcak, beloved husband of Mrs. Kara Jurcak of 2113 23rd Ave., Coaldale, who died suddenly at Calgary Saturday, June 27, 1870, at the age of 43 years, was said at a.m.- Thursday in the St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church, Coaldale, with Rev. M. Clifford the celebrant. Pallbearers were Steve Kondas, Ken Lyon, Joe Teshima, John Nedza, Frank Beekman and Steve Kupis. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the Flood Leaves Library Board TABER (HNS) Tlie retirement by request of Mrs. Lola Flood from the Taber Public Library Board was accepted with appreciation 'for long service by town council. Mrs. Flood also served on 58 MALE HELP OLDER LADY WILL BABYSIT IN In my home or Phone HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING service man. Refrigeration apprentice preferable. Permanent position. Box 75 Herald. (CP) The latest advice for controlling bad breath comes from a dental expert and is quite simple: brush your tongue. Brushing the whole mouth particularly the top of the tongue, with an ordinary toothbrush and regular toothpaste does away with bad breath said Dr. Surindar N. Bashkar commanding office of the United States Army Dental Research Institute in Washington D.C. In an interview at the Canadian Dental Association convention Dr. Bashkar said recent research indicates REQUIRED -By Service POULTRY AND HUNDRED L AY 1 N G PU-tlets, seven eight weeks old. Phone 327-9123. council some years ago. Accepting the recommendation of the library board, council appointed Mrs. Lenoir Rolf-son to fill the position until end of the appointment year when the position will be advertised in line with council policy. Mechanic. Applicants must be personable, ambitious and show a keen interest in this field. This is a challenging position for the right man. All Interested applicants please forward Inquiries to Box 79, Herald. C ALBERTA DEPARTMENT Dinner Nets TABER (HNS) A net surplus of approximately from Taber's celebrity and sweepstakes dinner was reported to the town council by civic centre building committee chairman Kenneth McDonald the council. Mr. McDonald reported a total revenue of against expenditures of including some accounts yet to be submitted for payment. A detailed financial rep o r t will be presented later. The per plate dinner fell far short of the net initially suggested by TURKEYS, ALL AGES, Phont 234-4035 or 23J-3766, Fort Mac-laod. OF THANKS SANDHAM Thanks to relatives and friends who contributed so kindly to making our 40th Wedding Anniversary such a happy occasion. and Mrs. H. B. Sand-ham and family. 3930 CONNOR We wish to express our sincere appreciation and thanks to our neighbors, friends, Royal Purple and Elks for the visits, flowers, cards and gifts and acts of kindness to us during our recent illness and while patients in the TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock, A.M. Standard Time on Thursday, Ju y 9, 1970 for the consiruction of the following work: Highway 43. S. of Sangudo to N. of Sangudo, Crushing and Stockpiling Gravel, Aprroximate Quantity, 44.00Q tons. Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the of-f ce of the District Engineer, 1707 Sixfh Street N.W. Calgary, Alberta, and fhe office of the District Engineer, Administrat on Building, Lethbridge, A berta, and will be available only to 'ndivtduals registered and operating in the Province of Alberla, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating In and who bave established a fixed place of business in the of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars will be required 'or each copy of 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 owesf or any tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus, DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT. ROASTERS, DRESSED 36c per !b.; friers, freshly killed 38c per Ib. Free delivery. Custom killing. Phone Coaldale 345-3224. PETS AND I Wage Gi PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. Chairman John Young of the federal government's prices, and incomes commission defended his wage and salary guideline of six per cent today but said the figure might be exceeded in the case of poorly paid workers. Increases of more than six per cent might be justified, he said, for employees now earning less than an hour or a month. The average weekly wage in manufacturing now is about an hour. Mr. Young said some success has been achieved in scaling down the rate qf price increases. Corporation profits are jeing squeezed, interest rates 'or bank loans and mortgages lave been lowered and rest, aints have been applied to professional fees. But, he said in a luncheon address to the Macdonald Club, :he restraints by government and the commission restraints lave had no impact at all on abor costs. "Tliis is rather ic said, "because there are lim-ts to how far large increases in abor costs can be absorbed hrough declining profits before irms begin to cut back on their liring and expansion plans. "Nor would it be realistic to count on the continued cc-opera-ion of the business community n limiting price increases or irofcssional groups in limiting cc increases, if no limit were to x recognized in the size wage and salary nideline Mr. Young said'the consumer index was climbing at a rate of per cent in the last few months, and in May this year the index was 3.8 per cent higher than a year earlier. The six-per-cent ceiling on wage and salary increases envisages a 3.5-per-cent rate of increase in prices and a 2.5-percent annual increase in produc- tivity. He said steps to contain rising labor costs .more effectively than in the recent past are essential if prices are not to start rising more rapidly a few months from now. "If for example, most pay increases covering the next 12 months were to be as high as 8.ii-per-cent, sooner or later prices would have to rise at something like a six-per-cent annual rate to be consistent with the 2.5-per-cent average annual improvement in productivity.'' Mr. Young said employees who accept pay increases of six per cent or less now could be protected against the risk of larger price increases by collective agreements including reopening clauses, "or other means of providing compensation against such an eventuality." He also said the six-per-cent imit is not a binding law, but the public "has a right to know what constitutes reasonable imils for pay increases, and to inow that those who disregard them are acting against the rent of society." 59 MALE FEMALE HELP CHIHUAHUAS. FULL qrown, males and females, also pups, 218 3rd Ave. A S. Call after 5 p.m. 328-3423. 3295-1 TELEPHONE OR PERSONAL MALE or- female Interviewers. Phone 328-6431. FEMALE GERMAN SHEP-lerd to be given away. One year old. 'hone Norma 328-3500, days. HELP WANTED We openings in the Lethbrldge area for full or part time positions servicing customers for the Fuller Brush Co. For information please ohone or write R. M. Williams Area Manager, Fuller Brush So. 1130 12 B St. S., Lethbridge. comes from the tongue, not teeth. Dr. Bashkar also described a vaccine being developed which when applied would make teeth immune to decay. The vaccine would essentially do away with conventional dental drilling and .filling of teeth, he BUDGIES CAGE, SUPPLIES, 15, Good pets for lonely people. Phone 327-7437. LAVERACK ENGLISH Setters. Whelped Mar. 1, U.S. nations champ bloodlines. Barker's, 290J Ave. N., Great Falls, Mont., U.S.A. 61 TEACHERS WILLOW CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 28 ClARESHOlM, ALBERTA. Reguires the following teachers: 1 Business Education (Shorthand, Vocational background) 1 Junior High French 1 Hulterite Colony Teacher 1 Library Technician Application and credits should be forwarded to: Mr. R. E. Ccngcfon Secretary Treasurer Willow creek School Division No. 28 Box 69 CLARESHOLM, FUR BEARING FOR SALE. PHONE 327-0788. We would like to thank the doctors, nurses, all the hospital personnel o f the Border Counties Hospital, Milk River, for their kindness and care shown our brother, Ray, during his illness while in the hospital; also those who sent cards, flowers, gifts and visited him. Special thanks to Rev. Howlett for the wonderful service, and for kindnesses shown by friends who sent sympathy cards, flowers, donated iood and the great help at the Bye home; t'he pianist Kalhy Barrows, the Senior Ladies' Choir for the beautiful music. the members of the Bye and Livingston families. Road For Motor He TABER Town council recently took positive ac-Jon in support of Norman A. Long's proposed motor hotel development property south of Highway 3 at the town's west: boundary recently annexed to the town. Having received no further from the department of highways regarding access o the property, council went on record to install such an access "into the proposed development area should this development become a reality." Cost of the access, which >tel Project seen as the town's sole responsibility for control of the highway. The decision of council is to be reported to Mr. Long who may now proceed with development plans. Highways Minister Taylor will also be FOR SALE. GOOD, proven young females with cages, excellent for starter sets. 'Phone after 5 p.m. BUSINESS PROVINCE STATION -AND CONFECT10N-erv. Over gal. pump sales. Highway three, Chin, Alta. Inquire at Store. TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received jy the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Thursday, July 16, 1970 for Ine construction of he following work: Highway 2. Calgary City Limits to S. of Balzac, Mile 3.75 to Mile 9.03, Grading, Cement Stabilized Gravel Base Course, and Other Work. Approximate Quantities, Cubic Yards of Excavation, Tons of Aggregate Ton Miles Haul Contract and .Specifications may be obtained at the office of !he SALE OR TRADE HARD-ware store in southern Alberta town newly renovated and has nice modern iving quarters at rear of store. Would accept land or revenue property in or near Lethbridge as part payment. For nformation please write R. M. Wil-iaros, H30 12B St. S. Lethbridge. Tenders For Sideicalks TABER (HNS) Tenders arc being called by the Town of Taber for its 1970 sidewalk, curb and gutter work, and for repairs and seal-coating of the lard surfacing in the business area. Of lineal feet of sidewalk work, one-third will be or repair of cxist-ng works and the balance new construction. Specification of (he contracts are being completed by town superintendent .Bent N. LOANS AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 320-3331. The widest facility available. We consider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. C Edmonton, Alberta, the of-ice of the District Engineer, 1707 th Street N.W., Calqary, Alberta, and he office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, and will be available only to ndivi duals registered and operating n the Province of Alberta, or to part-erships or corporations registered nd operating in and who have estab-ished a fixed place of business In the 'rovince of Alberta. A deposit of Twenly-Five Dollars (S25.00) will be equired for each copy of the Contract nd Specifications taken. For Grading Contracts profiles will be supplied pon a further deposit of "wenty-Five Dollars. Each bid .must IG accompanied by a marked cheque r bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tcn-icrs' will be opened In Public. The or any tender not necessarily ccrsotcd. L. H, McM-inus, DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND MEMORIAM KOWNTREE In memory of a loving wife, mother and grandmother, Nellie Rowntree, who passed away July 3, 1959. Eleven years have passed since that sad day When one we loved was called away; God took her home, it was His will; But in our hearts she livclh still. remembered by 1. Rowntree and family. 63 MUSIC be negotiated between he developer, the highway de-lartment and the town. Council had previously been advised the department's engi-leers were opposed to an addi-ional access between 50lh St. and southbound Highway 36 rom a traffic safety point of view. The fact that the highway in question is bounded north and south by the town, with title in thfl name of the crown, PRIVATE TUITION ON GUITAR. Fred Kane. Phone 327-8897. WORK AND OR CARPENTRY work done. Free estimates. Phone 328. 6101. 65 LOST AND LOST WHEEL BARROW, BE-Iween Drive-ln and one mile past airport. Reward. Phone collect, 327-3920. DRIVES AND WALKS. RE-modelling, and rumpus rooms. Phone 345-4484. WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd jobs. Phone 327-6834, LOST ONE BUCKSKIN MARE flnd onp Roan two year old (illy. Piease phone 327-6533. 3959-1 ARE YOU LOOKING FOR OWNER of sea skis and belt left at Pflrk Lake? PHonn 328-5152. TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations. Phono J. flnd J. Custom Works, 345-4630, 323.3870, ;