Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
2O THE LtlHBKlPGl HtKALD 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SAIE OR RENT 1945 CHEVY VAN PARTIALLY completed lor camper. miles. Phone 327-J1S8. 3313-2J HOLIDAY TRAILERS. NEW CONDI, lion. !B2S 15th Ave. 5. Phone EIGHT FT OVERHEAD CAMPER Will take 'trsde, livestock or car 752-3170, Raymond. 3322-27 SLEEPS SIX A-l condillon. seen anytime. "rd ,st; July 22, SO MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED WANTED USED SWING SET, IN yood condition. Phone 3J5-3539. 3379-JJ WANTED GARAGE DOOR (7 X 1 tt or hardware for same. Phsne 327- 34I4-2J 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED WANTED TRUCK CAMPER TO rent tor first week in August. Phone SIXTEEN FT. TRAILER FOR RENT, Civ 54A LICENCED NURSERIES 8x'2 HOUSE TRAILER. PARTIALLY furnished. Older model. Phcne 117-9446. J260-23 COALHURST MOBILE HOMES PARK Lois for rent. Mobile homes for SALE. Phone 377-3744. C16B7-H FOR RENT ONE HARDTOP, ONE sofftop trailer, by day or week. Apply 1104 8th St. S. 258M JOHNNY'S TFNT TRAILER RENTALS. PHONE 328-5207, AFTER 4 P.M. 356-tf 10 x J8 MOBILE HOME. TWO dED- ROOMS ON CITY TRAILER COURT. PHONE 328-6085. 3199-16A CONVERTED BUS CAMPER Fully equipped, sleeps six. Make an offer. Phone 327-8666. 3037-23 KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2035. C6947-tf COSTANZO'S DAY CARE Children one to six. Planned procjrarr Phone 328-5057. CJ3D3-1 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED TRUDY EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN RE- qulred by Great West Tire Ltd. Apply 1203 2nd Ave. S. C6266-2J 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED SALES STAFF REQUIRED. S1.75 por hour, 35 hour week; also evening part time available. Apply in person to 734 23rd St. N. 3205-tt PART TIME AND FULL-TIME sales people wanted for new Real Es- tate office. Fabulous opportunity for people with car and sales ability- Must be willing to work hard. Phone 328- 8942 C6347-24 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED OFFICE MANAGER REQUIRED to fake complete charge of office. Musi have shorthand, typing, accounting and billing machine experience, No Super- vision of staff. Salary SJ60 per monlh. Contact: MRS. LINDA FRANCIS Canada Manpower Centre Federal Bldg., Lethbridge C6338-2J DESPERATE TEENAGER WILLING to do gardening work, farm work, or anything that is steady for the sum- mer. Phone 3J5-1497. 3323-23 j WANTED LIFEGUARD FOR PIC- j TURE BUTTE SWIMMING POOL. MUST BE QUALIFIED WITH BRONZE MEDALLION AND 1NSTRUC- SINGLE MAN, AGE 25 WOULD LIKE 1 for two machinery. on dry land inths. Experii TOR'S CERTIFICATE. MUST BE 1! Anderson, General YEARS OF AGE. ir phone 223-87.39. 'Ted. 56 FARM HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED 16 FT, SCAMPER. SLEEPS six, with gas stove, oven, refrigerator and levelall hitch, brake kit, mirrors, south of Lethbridgi jacks and spare tire. Phone 328-6703. jgrokosky. COUPLE SINGLE YOUNG Apply one mile SECRETARY-TREASURER TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE PICTURE BUTTE, ALTA. RENT OR LEASE A Big New 23 Foot SCAMPER MOTOR HOME A luxury equipped SCAMPER Model TO OPERATE onths. Apply in Motel, Calnary. 3062-26 WANTED MARRIED MAN FOR dairy farm. Experienced. Apply two miles west, half mile south of Coal- dale Phone 328-6681. 3255-26 66 PERSONAL MESSENGER INFORMATION FOR the community. Phone 338-9229. Office: Southeas! door Central School. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES RESPONSIBLE, EXPERI E N C E D married msn for grain and cattle oper- ation. Modern horns and utilities on separate farm, close to town. Year round job. Phone 236-2237. 3419-2B MAN XV I T H EXPERIENCE TO OP- erate SP swather and combine. Must be mechanically minded and able to work without supervision. Must ha A luxury equ.ppep mwji references. Job July 26. Wages 1300 Motor Home includes Big 3901 h f, M h s er cu. in. V-B engine; power s eermg and er hour for overtime, plus brakes; automatic transmission, auai d d phone 223-3278. 6 to a.m. 3279-22 io; full sized beds; cab to body passageway: 6 ft. J in. headroom, automatic furnace; fluorescent interior lights; marine toilet, sink and shower; 22 gal. waste holding tank; 20 gal. wafer system with heater; combina- tion propane or electric refrigerator; range with eye-level cuen; wall to wall capet; many mere fea'ures. WEEKLY RATES 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED HAVE YOUR OWN BUSINESS TO earn that extra cash. Interested? Phone 328-3B84. 3326-23 X-RAY TECHNICIAN medical clinic. Full ti work Phone FOR LOCAL ne or part-time C6263-24 RESPONSIBLE FEMALE TO LIVE OFF-SEASON Oc.oter 1st .0 i for inv.lio SPRING-FALL SPEciftL (J u n e Write Box 66, Herald. _________3203J September only) VACATION SEASON S17S (PLUS Be A MILE) (Special long term discounts available) EASY TO DRIVE POWER TO SPARE ASK ABOUT OUR HAIRDRESSER FOR PART TIME. Experience preferred. Starting im- mediately Phone 327-.1020, days. 3302-27 WOMAN WANTED FOR BABYS1T- ting and liaht housekeeping. North side. Phone" 32B-SJ62. after p.m. 3350-27 ACCOUNTANT FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT i RED DEER PUBLIC SCHOOL 01ST- I R1CT NO. 104 REQUIRES EXPERI- ENCED ACCOUNTANT, PREFER- j ABLY WITH R.I.A., C.G.A. OR OTHER I DEGREE. PLEASE WRITE F 0 R j APPLICATION FORM AND INFOR- MATION SHEET TO G. H. DAWE, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS, J747 53rd STREET, RED DEER, AL- BERTA. C6337-24 i DIVORCE THE BEST SELF Divorce Service in the West. 41J-129B. W-10, Vancouver, B.C. 73G-1731. 3179-16A BAHA'IS OF LETHBRIDGE FOR information regarding discussion groups, inquiries, literature, phone 327- 7541. 1739-1BA ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Prione 327-80.59 or 326-32J4, after p.m. THE ULTIMATE IN TRAVEL PLEASURE PLEASE RESERVE EARLY Write or Call Direct to our lease Manager NOW! PREBUILT INDUSTRIES LTD. Recreation Rentals Division 619 4th Ave. N. Phcne 32M121 MATURE WOMAN REQUIRED FOR GOVERNMENT OF CANADA ANIMAL PATHOLOGY LABORATORY TECHNICIAN- RABIES (Term) per annum Canada Depai tment o' Agricujfurc Animal Diseases Research Institute LETHBRIDGE, Alberta Conducts diagnostic tests for rabies by microscopic analysis and conducting confimatory mouse inoculation tests. Requires some related laboratory ex- perience. Quote No. 71-E-941. Apply immediately to: District Per- sonnel Adviser. Canada Department of Agriculture, 540 12th Avenue S.W., Calgary 3, Alberta. C6338-22 TEENS Are you living with a problem drinker in your home? There is understand- ing and help (or you. Phone Jean Carol 328-7871, Jane 327-7086. 5383-tfn 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS SAVE HALF ON YOUR REUPHOL- stering satisfaction. Phone 327-8142 cr 378-9525. 2976-M SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL stamps, corporate seals, datars, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave S. Phone 328-5114. Cfi924-tf GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SINGER machines, comoetent adjustments to all other makes. Free home estimate. Phonn 327-2243. Singer Co. of Canada, College Mall. MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No ton large cr too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. 327--U56. C7353-tf to tyce proficiently and have oleas- ant phone personality. Minimum of two years previous office experience necessary. Phone 327-6060. C6346-2J 61 TEACHERS WANTED EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER, AT least two years experienc" and knows styles. Phone 328-J72? or apply 52J 6th Street South. Wage plus 60 per commission for the right opera- tor. 3280-23 44 AGRICULTURAL WANTED WHY PINCH PENNIES WHEN YOU can earn dollars selliiq guaranteed Avon products? And il is easy to Call 32B-7J24 or write Mrs. M. Scoff, 25U 23rd Ave. S. C6337-27 TEACHER AIDE FOR GENERAL STEWART SCHOOL. APPLY IN HANDWRITING TO: MR E TANUE GENERAL STEWART SCHOOL CORVETTE CRESCENT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CS355-24 I RECEPTIONIST-CASHIER WANTED 200 TONS OF HAY. Phone 628-3404, Maycroft. 3377-24 WANT TO PURCHASE ABOUT permanent position offering excellent bus. of soft white spring wheat. I Interesting work and public Phone 738-4658. or write Box 253, j contact 45 AUTOS WANTED CASH PAID i Far used cars and trucks or will ac- cepl consignment. I TOWN COUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 328-3654 C399E-tf LAURENTIDE FINANCE Corp. Ltd. 311 7th St. 5. 46 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES WANTED EXPERIENCED TYPIST Retreadable tire casings for ill Accuracy Working cash. Delivered to North Lelh- figures. bridge Mo-Tires Ltd., 305 13th j APPLY PERSONNEL Sf. N. OFFICE !nd FLOOR C4419-M TABER SCHOOL DIVISION Requires (A) GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING SPECIALIST. Candidates should have post graduate training. (8) 3IOLOGY SPLCIALIjT For W. R. Myers Sr. High. (C) PART-TIME TEACHER For Hays School. Apply to: Mr. J. A. Herman Acting Superintendent of Schools Taber, Alberta 70 GARDENING LAWNS PUT IN. ODD JOBS. PHONE 327-6143. 2898-23 TREES AND HEDGES TRIMMED OR removed. Free estimates. Phone 327- 2-138 cr 327-7398. C6277-K FOR INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHON'E 5739-tf SERVICE STATION WITH RESI- dence, for rent (n Hardieville, Alta. Phone 323-2833. 3159-tf BELLEVUE BAKERY for sale SERVING CROWSNEST PASS. GOOD OPPORTUNITY. CONTACT MR. PINMERMANS. PHONE 564-464 DAYS OR AFTER 6 P.M., 56J.JBU. 3416-24 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mail Phone 323-3331 The widest facility available. We con- sider ALL TYPES Of mortgage leans. 75 CONTRACTS WILL DO PAINTING PRIVATE OR commercial. Phone 328-B5J3. 2793-tf BOBCAT SAND AND GRAVEL General trucking, front-end loader anc topsoil. Phone 327-3047. 2669-lf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Conslruction, 1020 7th Ave S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-1I ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS, NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 32R. 57J5. CIS36-H FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proof ng n sured. free estimates. Phone 327-82G6. C3661-M ALL REPAIRS CHIMNEYS, FIRE, place, cement, brick, painting. Reno- vations and house raising. Phone 328 1055. 1860-tf FENCES, PATIOS, SIDEWALKS, rumpus rooms, finishing framing, forrr work Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 32B-8551. 3151-29 iA emoriami BIRTH DEATH HUNT Allan and Donna VAN TOL Passed away in Hunt are pleased to announce Clarcsholm on Tuesday, July the birth of (heir son, Jason, 20, 3971, Henry Van age Allan. Proud grandparents are years, beloved husband of Mr. and Mr. C. II. Forry and Mrs. Hcndrika Van Tol of Pin- cher Creek. The funeral service will be held in Trinity United Church on Saturday, July 24 at Mr, aixl Mrs. A, S. Hunt, great- grandmothers are Mrs. J. Edin- ger and Mrs. J. Hunt, all of the city. Insured. DEATHS 3401 j 2 p.m., Rev. George Peters of- ficiating. Friends who wish may donate to the UNICEF. Funeral Arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., i Fort Macleod. CG348 YACKULIC Mass will be held on Thursday (tonight) at p.m. in St. Patrick's Church, for John Yackulic who passed away in Lethbridge July 20. 3420A LUKUVKA Sunday, July 11, 1971, Alois, aged 39 years, j Lethbridge, Alberta. He is sur- vived by his wife son, Lubos and YOUR LAWN OR GARDEN RENTALS Lacombe Nurseries Ltd. STILL AVAILABLE AT OUR SUBSTATION BOX NUMBERS 5 7 10 27 28 35 39 A7 56 63 66 69 MO PUBLIC NOTICES EATON'S TEACHERS WANTED Red Deer Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 17 Requires for August 31st, 1971 APPLY TO: Superintendent of Schools Red Deer Roman Catholic Separate i School District No. 17 3827 39th Street Red Deer, ALBERTA Phone Number: 347-1055 C634Q-24 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED DEAD STOCK j 58 MALE HELP WANTED Charge LETHBRIDGE RENDERING, i ...._______________ ______ Phone 32S-1336, Lethbridge. Taber. BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells you how. Phone 326-3636, Columbia School Of Broadcasting. 9175-tf 64 SEWING SERVICES HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES and sizes. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry Phone 32B-29U C3659-H i EXPERIENCED RADIATOR MAN RE- DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS, quired by Great West Tire Apply j Mending( minor repairs on tents and 1203 2nd Ave. S. Ckt65-24 olher articles. Phone 327-3544. 3305-2-1 MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbridge. C2Q4-tf 49 MACHINERY WANTED WANTED GAS PUMP, WING TYPE NO, two. Phone 752-3142, Raymond. 34CO-28 USED CAULK1NS RODWEEDER, 12 or 14 foot. Phone 23-1-2157, For! Mac- cheese factory, Must be willing work- er. Part time or one month's work. Experienced only need apply. Apply Factory, Ccaldale. Jacoh J. Klassen. manager. 3281-22 AN OPENING EXISTS ON OUR OR CONCRETE SIDE- DER DESK FOR AN AGGRESSIVE 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED WANTED _ EXPERIENCED TRUCK i ALTERATIONS AND driver for semi trailer. Top wages. ironing done. In my home. Reason- Phone 328-6911. 2179-2fiJy REQUIRED ALL ROUND HOTEL maintenance man. Good starling rate. Year round employment. Reply Rox 65 LOST AND FOUND EXPERIENCED BAKER OR helper for bread and ovens. Union rates. All benefits. Phone or write W. Jaeger National System of Baking Ltd., 1604 Centre Street North. 277-8196, Caiqary. 3304-27 IN EXPERIENCED HELPER Phone 327-0300. 3349-33 IN. ELECTRIC RANGE, In Avacado. Good condition. Phone 358-1398. 3244-24 MAN, WITH EXPERIENCE IN RE- TAIL BUILDING SUPPLIES. SHOULD BE ABLE TO ESTIMATE GARAGES, ETC. A PERMANENT POSITION WITH A POSSIBILITY OF ADVANCE- MENT 15 OFFERED TO THE RIGHT MAN. CALGARY LOCATION. SAL- SCRAP STEEL CAST IRON ARY OFFERED TO S500 PER COPPER Brass Radiators j MONTH. WRITE BOX 75. HERALD. Batteries. VARZARl IRON 3415-38 SCRAP YARD, 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-9342. C5568-1I HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels and cast Batteries, radlalors. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phona 317-6261 C9985-tf COUNTY OF 40 MILE NO. 8 Foremost, Alberto --------------------------.-------------------------------------I Britten applications will nc received Wonted Lorqe wooden or hy (he undersigned until 3 p.m., Fri- titty, July 30, 1971 (or a: metal trunk. Call Christine. jjii n t BUILDING MAINTANANCE MAN 328-4411, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. X195S-261 Must have A general knowledqe ot a carpenter nnd painter and capable of clolnti the maintenance and repairs on schools nnd icacherevje. With inner Coppers Brass Radiators I "f appilcallon sutimil an outline r .of experience, name of references Batteries Always paying winry experied to: more- ROY R. WALLMAN NATIONAL SALVAGE _-. 1Tri County of AQ Mile No. B CO. LTD. Foremost, Alberia 306 23rd St. North NORWEIGIAN ELKHOUND SILVER grey, black face and ears. Spayed FOUND TORTIEPOINT SIAMESE wearing yellow head collar and hell, around beginning of May. Phone 327- 66 PERSONAL TEA CUP READING, TUESDAY Ihroutjh Saturday, 3-9 p.m. al ine Lotus Inn Cafe. RESPECTABLE WAN, UNIVERSITY graduate, would to meet lady 37- ii7, who enjoys music conversation and cutinys. Write Box 71, Herald. 3283-36 ADDRESS LABELS Deluxe Gold Trimmed Gummed La- bels printed with your name and ad- dress. Only S3. Allow 30 days for de- livery. Box 7272, Postal Station Calgary. 7791-75 ALBERTA CHARTER FLIGHT CENTRE Contact us tor Charter Flltjht informa- tion. A wide selection to Europe, summer, (All and Christmas. 1971 flnd 1972. Call 475-77fi1 No rolled calls Write Box 6074 StMlon C Edmonton, Alberto trees. One miie west of Coaldale. Phone 345-4633. Closed Sundays. FREE DE- LIVERY AND ADVICE. ALL PLANTS GUARANTEED. 9735-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS AND ROASTERS PAN rearfy, 3B cents per Ib., on dozen lots. Custom killing. H. Dyck, Coaldale, 3J5- 322-1. C4S89-tf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES FOUR PUPPIES FOR SALE. PHONE 328-7531. 33B7-2J NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of JAN JANKOWIAK, I also known as JOHN JANKOWIAK, late of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, Labourer. TAKE NOTICE Ihat all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above iamed must file with the undersioned Solicitor by the 27th day of August, 1971, a full statement of their claims and securities held by thpm. WARREN L. JONES, Box 629, Alberta. Solicitor for the Executrix Kafherins Jankowiak. B13 PART POODLE FEMALE PUPS FOR sale Reasonsble Phone 327-2552. 3306-22 KITTENS GIVFM AWAY, TO GOOD homes. Six weeks old. Phone 338-7505. 3352-22 MALE, GINGER COLORED CAT to be given away. Gentle. Good with Children. Phone 328-1233. XI952-23 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS FOURTEEN CHINCHILLAS. FOUR beiqc, some registered. Also equip- ment. Phone 327-8836. 33B3-3-1 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES INVESTOR WANTED A investment could give you a perpetual income of up to S5000 an- nually No triflers. Box 68 Herald. 3231-tf MOBILE LUNCH TRUCKS SERVE hot and colti food on the job. 1970 Chev. n ion with stainless steel cater- ing body. Perfect shape ready to (p. Call 406-27E-5953; S. Kellogg, Box 998 Conrad, Mont. U.S.A. 3246-24 MOTEL SIX UNITS, WITH ROOM (or expansion. All units completely renovated. New furniture, linen, etc. Private residence with qarage. Located on No. Iwo Highway between Fort Maclecd and Calgary. Terms ivail- able Contact Smith Agencies, ytione 235-3272. 30iS-24h WE HAVE SPACE FOR THE POL- day inn opening next Flower Shop, Ladies, Wear, Barber shop and a space 9 x 40 f. next to Seven-Eleven Stores. Contact Holiday Villaqe, formerly Shoppers' World. C6QB2-M GROCERY STORE, SITUATED IN heart of grain or cattle country. Would consider equity In a duplex or resi- dence as part payment. Will lease with option to purchase. Terms available to reputable parly. Yearly increase in volume- Health reasons (or selling. Ex- ccllent opportunity lor a family busi- ness. Wrile Box 43, Lethbridge Herald. 2619-tl 24 SUITE RESIDENTIAL LETHBRIDGE EXCELLENT INVESTMENT man- AunuM 1, 1971. This well located development will show up lo l? por cent on capital (boforo oquity huild up, clnprocia. tlon dllnwiince, nntl INQUIRE AT: Ithacan Developments 614 6 Avnnuo S.W. Calgary 1, AlbfirlA Telephone: 261-6GHO THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned intends to apply fo T he Alberta Liquor Control Board for a licence to sell beer, wine and liquor by the glass for consumplicin only on the licensed portion of the premises in accordance with the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act and the Regula- tions made thereunder with respect to the following described premises: CASSANDRA HOTEL LTD. ALEXANDRA HOTEL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Lo! 51 to 28, Block 31, Plan No. 4353 S Objections to th's application shall be made forthwith to The Alberta Liquor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, Ihis 6th day of July, 1971. CASSANDRA HOTEL LTD., GEORGE CIUNYK PRESIDENT. Bll Helena, daughter, Javka, also his mother, three brothers and two sisters, all in Czechoslovakia, and by his Aunt, Mrs. Jennie Velba, Leth- bridge. Born in Skalica, Czech- oslovakia, he carne to Canada in March 1970 and resided in the Lethbridge district and was employed with the C.P.R. as a Sectioiiman. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Sacred1 Heart Church, Raymond, Alberta, Saturday a.m. Interment Raymond Cemetery. Leyden's Funeral Homes Ltd.. Directors of Services. CG349 YACKULIC John, of Had- lock, Washington, passed away Lethbridge. on Tuesday, July 20, 1971 at the age of 60 jears, beloved husband of Mrs. Helen Yackulic of Hadlock, Wash- in g t o n. Mr. Yackulic w a s born in Lelh- bridge and re- ceived his ed- ucation here. He farmed in Hie Sunnyside district before mov- ing to Washington in 1949 where he operated a tavern. He leaves to mourn his passing, besides liis loving wife, Helen, three daughters, Mrs. Rita Thacker of Hadlock, Wash., and Susan and Cindy at home; seven grandchildren; his mother, Mrs. Mary Yackulic of Lelh- bridge; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Mogus and Mrs. Helen Bruchet and a brother Steve, all of Lethbridge. He was prede- ceased by one son. Darwin in 1967 and by his father, a broth- er and a sister. The remains are being forwarded to Port T o w n s c n d, Washington for funeral service and interment. Mass will be said for Mr. Yac- kulic on Thursday, July 22 at p.m. in St. Patrick's Church, with Father L. Viney as celebrant. Cliristenscn Salm- on Funeral Home Ltd., in Charge of Forwarding Arrange- ments. C6350 vole in near future PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by Hie undersigned up to 11 o'cloc1' A.M. Standard Time on Tuos day, August 3, 1971 for the construc- tion of the following work: Project S. of Grnnde Prairie to 5. ot Wapiti River. Mile 1.51 to Mile 7.38 Grading, Gravel Surfacing, and Olh- Rr Work. Estimated Quantities Cubic Yards of Excavation Cubic Yards of Gravel Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at tho office of the Chief Construction E n o. i n e fi r, Highways Build ing, Edmonlcn, Aincrla, tue of. fice of the District Engineer, 1707 4th St. N.W., Calgary, Alberla, and !he of- fice of the Di-.t'ict Engineer, Admin- islration Building. Lethbridge, Alber- la, and will bo available only to In- dividuals registered and operating in the Provnce of Alberta, or to ships or registered and operating in and who have established 3 fixed place of business in tho Prov- ince of Alberta, A deposit of Twonly- Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer will required for e.ich copy of th? Contract nnd Specifications taken, and for grading projccls, will supplied upon a further deposit Twenty Five Dollars Each bid must bft accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to o f Tender. Tenders will lie opened In public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accenlccf. L. H. McMamJS Deputy Minlslcr of Highways and Transport BH PUBLIC NOTICES THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF FERNIE INVITATION TO TENDER ROAD RECONSTRUCTION AND PAVING Sealed tenders endorsed on the en- velope "Tender for Conslrucfion a Limor M a r k o u z k i, one of the smallest babies ever born in Ihe Hospital for Sick Chil- dren here, now weighs a ro- bust three pounds, two ounces. The baby girl, who weighed only one pound, 9V4 ounces at birth May 2, took her first bottle Tuesday and hospital officials said she was out of danger and could go home in about a month. Mrs. A n n o n Markouzki had the baby when she was only 23 weeks pregnant. "f was sure I wasn't hav- ing a she said. "I kept saying "this isn't happening.'" of tha no 'ime en Friday, July Stamps. plcn.SC) add cents .......for each pattern for first-class mailing nad special handling fo ilmonton City Limits to w. of Clover Bar, (Firs; Static) Mile 6.06 to Wile Grading and Work. Estimated Quantity: 510.000 Citbir. Yards of Excavation. Contract and Specifications may bo obtained at the office of Ihe Chid Construction E n i n e e r, Highways Buildinri, Edmonton, Alberta, the of- fice of the District Enqinoer, 1707 6th Street N.W., caltjary, Alherta, and tun office' the District Enqinecr Ad- mnistrafion Building, Lethbridge, Al- berta, and will be available only to Individuals registered and operating in the Province of Allwrta, or lo parlntr- operatinn In and whn have establish- ed a fixed place of business in Ihn Province of Alberta. A deposit ot Twenty Five Dollars pay- bo required for each copy ot (no Con and Specilicati. bkl n-iist accnmnanied td cbequo or bond oqu of tender. Tenders will in pulilk. The lowest or not necessarily accepted. L. H. McMa taken. Each Deputy Minister Transport of Highways find THE Readers Mai! Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Otnario ERALD Nixon names aide WASHINGTON (API Presi- dent Nixon named budget aide James H. SVIilesingcr. 42, rhair- man of the United Stales A t o m i c KncrRy Commission Wednesday. Ho succeeds Glenn T. Seaborg, head of Ihe nuclear agency for more than a doc.ido, who is leaving lo return to an academic posl at the University of California. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Siniix Kails. Clement, 8.1, thought to be the only paid female baseball um- pired in the United Slates. Thornbury, M. Huss 77, who created what was called the world's smallest tun- nel bv drilling lengthwise through a dress maker's pin. Mary Michel Devercux. who joined the congregation of the Sisters of Charity at Mount Saint Vincent convent in 1895 and who was the order's senior member at the time of her death. Herbert Mar.ini, 77, a Toronto architect whose firm, Marani, Rounlh- waile and Dick, designed many instiliitional and office buildings in Toronto. Ogilenslitirg, R. Brandy Sr., quarterback of the Notre Dame football teams of u n d c r coach Knulc Hoeknc and team-mate of the near-legendary George Gipp.