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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta FrMiy, July 27, 1979 THI UTHMIDOI HMAIO f B 67 RESTAURANT, HOTIL PART TIME BAR WAITER-WAIT- ress. Apply In perwfi, Ed PhllHps, Alexandra Hotel. CTOMf GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT RE quirts wattrait-walter. Aply'hi per Mtnry Yee. Phone EXPERIENCED er. Also dishwasher. Aoply after p.m., Shanghai Chop Suey. CI23-30 SHORT ORDER COOK, GOOD WAGES. Pleasant worKIng conditions. Experi- ence preferred but not essential. We will train you If you cooking. Apply to Mr. Hober, El Rancho Motor Hotel. C79I-28 68 DOMESTIC WANTED BABYSITTER NEAR Agnes Davidson. Monday to Friday. Phone 327-41M. BABYSITTER REQUIRED FOR TWO school aged boys. Shift work Involved. Dieppe Blvd. area. Phone BABYSITTER REQUIRED IMMEDI. ataly Monday-Friday for Vh year ad olrim the vicinity Sth Ave. and I N. Call after p.m. tsis-n HELP TO DO LIGHT COOKING AND housekeeping en ranch, for twa or three persons. In new modern home. Good wage. Give full particulars about sett to P.O. Box JOsTForf Macleod, Alta. 6652-4 BABYSITTER REQUIRED FOR TWO pre-school children starting August 23rd. Mostly days, some evenings. Close to 13th Ave. N. and Stafford Dr. Phone 328-3732, after 4 p.m. 6674-28 Cook-Housekeeper for ranch south of Plncher Creek. Transportation desir- able. Excellent wages and employee benefits. Please submit references, phone num- ber ami qualifications to: Mrs. M. N. Palmer Box 100 Hill Soring, Alberta PERSONAL HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED For elderly gentleman. Prefer some- one who would live In although would consider someone who would come during the day. Some nursing exper- ience might be helpful, although by no essential. If Interested please contact RALPH OR CATHY THRALL HOME: 327-0753 OFFICE: 327-1501 MAIL: BOX TOO, LETHBRIDGE MM-30 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL COMBINED LAB AND X-RAY TECHNICIAN Required For active treatment hospital. Stand- ard salary agreement scale in effect Good personnel policies, fringe bene- fits. Position available immediately. APPLY: ADMINISTRATOR BOW ISLAND GENERAL HOSPITAL, BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA C7S1-2J DIRECTOR OF NURSING Required for 50 bed, active treatment, accredit- ed hospital located on Highway two between Edmonton and Calgary. Pre- ference will be given to those appli- with previous supervisory exper- ience nursing unit administra- tion. Please submit qualifications, re. ferences, dates available for interview and salary expected to: t ADMINISTRATOR PONOKA GENERAL HOSPITAL BOX PONOKA, ALBERTA C5C-21H EVENING NURSING SUPERVISOR Required for Rockyvlew Hospital. Must be actively registered with A.A.R.N. University preparation and- or diploma In teaching and supervi- sion. At least three years' supervisory experience preferred. Apply: Director of Personnel Hospital District No. 93 6712 Fisher Street S. E. Calgary, Alberta T2H 2A7 OPERATING ROOM SUPERVISOR ROCKYVIEW HOSPITAL To assume administrative and clinical rtspofBibility of complete Operating Room and Recovery Room staff and procaduras. Must be Registered Nurse with recog- nlzcd pTcpwutlon (nd In O.K. nursing. University Apply: Director of Personnel Hospital District No. 93 6712 Fisher Street S. E. Calgary, Alberta T2H 2A7 71 TiACHBtS WANTfD TEACHER WANTED HOME ECONOMICS TEACHER required for CROWSNEST PASS JR. AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Pleasa written application. plus ejoattflcatlons, and phone numter to P. K. ZUbkft Superintendent of StihoNs CROWSNEST PASS Shcool Division No. 63 Blalrmore, CtW-27 FORT VERMILION SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 52 Requires rnlnaed teachm for thf following positions. CblWnoed EiJucatton Elementary generalltt wiiti emphasis tn Arts Senior HloTi MeTh and Business Edo- dllon {Typing) Jurflor ana Senior Mloh Home Econo- mics Junior and Senior High English Ssifl In wrfflna Manpower Office University of Calgary wttri satedM applicants win tc neU on Augtift in Calgary. 71 TEACHERS WANTED RED DEER PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 104 Requires for September 1, 1973 Junior High Home with training or experience in Guidance For application forms, please to G. H. Dews, Superintendent of Schools, 4747 53rd Street, Red Deer, Alberto. C850-27 86 NTS AND SUPPLIES IRISH SETTER PUPS. REGISTER. ed. iioo. tnt-i GOOD HOME FOR BLACK LAB, male, six months. Picture Bufte. WANTED SMALL TURTLE. Phone after waokend, 732-4547, Pic- ture Butte. 4713-28 JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET CLIP- ING SERVICE. FOR APPOINT- MENT PHONE 3M-374J. JUMftl REGISTERED FEMALE STANDARD size poodle for sale. Phone Emmy, TO GIVE AWAY MOTHER DUCK and six ducklings. Five-six weeks old, one one-year-old. Phone (74t-2t 72 LICINCEO K1NDIRCARTENS, NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone J2MI3S. Baby Centre m 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT PEDAL STEEL PLAYER WOULD like to loin country and western group. Write Box 93, Herald. DANCE BAND FOR HIRE For weddings, etc. Phone LEN ERLENDSON, 327-H17. cu yd Pit No. 4 McDouoall Pit SW 23LH-2W TSm W yd Quotations to received bf nwn, Wednesday, August 22nd, tm at the County Administration Budding In Vul- can, Alberta. Crmhlng to commence at PW No. 4 by Seswrnber and Job to te com- piated ty April JCTh, 1974. TENDERS FOR RESERVOIR AND PUMPHOUSE Sealed Teders endorsed "City of Lethbridge Reservoir and Pump- house North-East will be received by the undersigned .until Wednesday, August 22nd, at p.m. the prefect will Involve a million gallon Reservoir and Booster Pump- Ing Station, Including Pumping, Me- tering and Control Equipment, Piping, fitttngt, valvas, ate. Only General Contractors experienc- ed in this type of work may obtain plans and soeclficaftom from the Con- sulting Engineers J. C. NeufaW and Associates Ltd. 309 Sixth Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta, upon payment of a deposit of per tet, refund- able upon receipt of bona fide tender and after and specifications are returned In good condition within two (2) weeks of the closing date of tenders. General Contractors shall Include with their tender a certified cheque payable to the City of Lethbrtdee. In the amount of Sixty Thousand Dollars Sub-Contractors shall follow the rules of procedure of the Alberta Bid Depository Limited, through the Leth- brldge Branch. A bond in the amount of Fifty (SO) per cent of the total tender price will be required of the successful Bidder for the faithful performance ot the Contract. Plans may be examined at the Leth- bridge, Calgary and Edmonton Con- struction Association Offices. The Owner'reserves the right to re- fect any or all tenders. W. PONECH, PURCHASING AGENT CITY STORES, 280 5th Street North, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA B73 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will te received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Thursday, August fth, 197J. for the Construction of the following work: CD Highway 63 S. of Algar Tower to S. of 32nd Base Line Mile 7.45 to Mile 23.50 Soil-Cement Base Course Approximate Quantities: Tons Soil-Cement Mixture Tons Gravel Ton Mllee Haul (2) Protect S. R. J33 Pembina River to Barrhead Mile 1J.64 to Mile Asohaltic Concrete Base Pave- ment, and Other Work Prefect P. R. 107 Ban-head to Thunder Lake Park Mile 036 to Mile 14.00 Asphaltk Concrete Pavement Aporoximate Quantities: Cubic Yards Tens Asphattlc Concrete Ton Miles Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Con- struction Engineer, Highways Build- ing, Edmonton, Alta., the office of District Engineer, 4020 Bowness Road, N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office cf the District Engineer, Ad- ministration Building, Lethbridge, Al- berta, and will be available only to in- dividual: registered and operating in the Province of Alberta, or to partner- ships or corporations registered and op- erating in and who have established a fixed place of business In the Province of Alberta. A deposit cf Twenty Five Dalian payable to the Pro- vincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifi- cations taken. Each bid must be ac- comoanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10 per cent of Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V. E. McCime, Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. B70 DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION BRANCH SEALED TENDERS wilt be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock AJM. on Tuesday, August 7th. far the construction of the following work: (1) Highway 48 N. of Cressdsy to N. cf Lodge creek Mile 19.C2 >o Mile 25.44 and Mile 000 Jo Mile 11-32 Grading, Gravel Surfacing, and Other Works Approximate Quantities: Cubic Yards Excavation IMOO CuWc Yards Gravel Cubic Yard Miles Haul a) Highway S. of Mariana Lake to S. Algar Hilt to Mile 27.31 and MJta (LOO to MDe 7-CS Son-Cement Base Course AopFcximatt OoamWes: 127JDDO Tons SoU-Cement Mixture 34XWO Tons Gravel HKJsm Ton Mite Haul Contract and specmceltons may be alned at nte cffBce the CWef Construction Engineer. BoTWnp, Edmonton, offica of the District 4MB Bowness Road N.W., oigwy Alberta and the office of the District Engineer, A0- mlnWnmon BuUoTns> AV rta and will be available only to registered and operation In Province of Alberta, er to part- rsAips or corporations registered cpsralinp In and wJw have estab- lished find of business In the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars oayable to The Provincial Trwsvwr, wTtl bt re- quired tar each copy of the Contract and Specifications Taken, for grading prc-lreTj promts win be sup- plied won a further ofcppsH Twenty- Five ( Eacti bid must be tv a marked cheque or bond wjunl to 10 per cent eT Tenders trim be opened In pVHJc. The lowest or any Tender TO! necessarily V. E. McCone Deputy MfrMter of HigiMeys end Tremport _ 871 PUBLIC NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS TENDER Contract WR 77-7J: Construction of Trade Shops and Of- fices at the Maintenance Compound Banff Towmlto Banff National Park. Tender Documents: Cen be obtained from the Administrator, National and Historic Branch, 131 Building, 134 11 Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alberta, T2G 0X5 en tfepotit of lioo.oo in the form of Certified Cheque made pay- able to the Receiver General for may be viewed at the office of the Superintendent, Banff National Park and the following Construction Association Offices: Winnipeg, Mani- toba; Saskatoon and Reglne, Saskat- chewan; Calgary, Edmonton, and Leth- bridge, Alberta; Vancouver, end Kamloops, B.C. Seeled marked as to content and addressed to the Contract Admini- strator; National and Historic Parks Brjneh, Department of Indian and Northern Affairs, 131 Customs Build- ing, 134 11 S.E., Calgary, At- Tuesday August 2S, 1973 The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. L. H. Robinson Director Western Region Parks Canada CANADIAN TRANSPORT COMMISSION TIME AIR ITD.-APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY TO SERVE THE ADDITIONAL POINT GRANDE PRAIRIE, ALBERTA UNDER LICENCE NO. A.T.C. Under Licence No. A.T.C. Time Air Ltd. Is authorized to operate Class J Regular Specific Point Com- merclal air service serving the points Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Red Deer and Edmonton, Province of The Licensee has now applied for authority to serve the additional point Grande Prairie, Alberta under the above-mentioned licence. On request to the Committee, furth- er particulars of the application will be provided. Any person Interested may Intervene to support, oppose or modify the Ap- plication in accordance with the Cana. dlan Transport Commission General Rules. An Intervention, of made, shall be endorsed with the name and address of the Intervener or his Soli- citor, and shall be mailed or delivered together with any supporting ducu- ments, to the Secretary, Air Trans- port Committee, 27S Slater Street, OTTAWA, Ontario K1A ON9, with copy of the Intervention and documents served upon the applicant or its solici- tor, not later than August 17th, 1973. The address P.O. Box 423, Lethbridge, Alberta. The applicant or Its Solicitor may, by a Reply, oblect to an intervention or may admit or deny any or all of the facts alleged In the Intervention. A Reply, If made, shall be signed by the Applicant or its Solicitor, and shall be mailed or delivered to the Secretary, Air Transport Committee, 275 Slater Street, OTTAWA, Ontario K1A with copy of the Reply served on the Intervener or his Solic- itor, within ten (10) days after receipt of an Intervention. Proof of service shall be made by Declaration under Oath and filed with the Secretary. AIR TRANSPORT COMMITTEE OTTAWA, CANADA July 13th, 1973. Bo5 Help index climbing OTTAWA (CP) The help- wanted index, a recent statis- tical innovation of the finance department, rose by eight per cent during tfae second quarter of 1973, the department report- ed this week. The index measures trends in the availability of jobs through volume of classified help- wanted ads in tie daily news- papers of 18 cities. The rise means more jobs are being ad- vertised. The figures were first pub- lished in April The index indicates that in the first naif of 1973, a contin- ued rise in help-wanted adver- tising was paralleled by a de- cline in unemployment from in January to in June. The index is set at 100 for the base of I960. In the first three months of 1973 ft was 125.6, ris- ing 135.6 in the second quarter. Hospital strike talks stalled EDMONTON (CP) Nego- tiations to settle the 454ay-oH strike of sendee employees at the Royal Alexandra Hospital j are staL'ed, says Ian Downie of Edmonton, representative of the striking local of the Cana- dian Union of Public Employ. ees. "Out provincial government, roundly critidEti by the union for its IaDore to get involved in the early stages, has refused to move to end tte stalemate. CUPE negotiators have indi- cated they will settle for across- the-board increases of in each year of a two-year con- tract for tbeir striking employ- ees, totalling more than The hospital has said it would pay %K a month over existing rates for the sinkers, includ- ing cooks, Janitors and mainte- nance men, in a two-year con- tract. Tta union says the lowest- paid rater on the staff should be paid at least S100 a week. SANDY SPOT Sable Island, about 200 miles east of Halifax in the Atlantic Ocean, is famous for its shafting sands, w8d bones and recent oO discoveries. Uf JhanM, DEATHS DONALCHVK Anna, pass- ed away in the dty on Thurs- day, July 26th, 1973, at the age of 85 years, beloved wife of the late Alex Donakhuk of 732 14th St. North. Mrs. Doaaknuk was born in Galicia, Austria, Oc- tober 1887 and came to Canada in 1914 settling in Leth- bridge, where she has lived for 59 years. She was an active member of the St. Peter and St. Paul Greek Catholic Church. She leaves to mourn her pass- ing four daughters, Mn. Mary Bocban and Mrs. Annie Eon- dratuk of Lethbridge, Mrs. Nel- lie Tarnaweki of Edmonton, Mrs. Catherine Karatian of VegreviUe; 11 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Requiem Mass will be said in the St. Peter and St. Paul Church on Saturday July 28th at a.m., with Father R. Zubeck as celebrant and in- terment will follow in the fam- ily plot in the Mount Calvary Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel (327 10th St. South) tonight at p.m., with Fatter R. Zuback. CHRISTENBEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C922 CORDEffiO Passed away suddenly at Waterton Park on Wednesday, JuJy 25th, 1973, Ar- thur Joseph Cordeiro at the age tit 12 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edmond Cordeiro of 2906 13th Ave. S. Arthur was a grade eight student of St. Mary's Junior. High School at the time of his passing. Besides bis loving parents he is survived by one sister, Lorna at home and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Seueira of Toronto and Mrs. L. Cordeiro of Poona, India. Prayers will be said on Friday, (tonight) at Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue S., phone 328-2361. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at 9 a.m. in As- sumption Church, with Rev. Father C. Lynch celebrant. In- terment will follow in Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C921 FUNERALS BAKER Funeral service for Mabel J. Baker, once the beloved woe of the late James Baker of Letbbridge who died in the city Monday, July 23, 1973, at the age of 77 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday, July in the Christensen Chapel with Archdeacon Cecil Swanson officiating. Pallbear- ers were Vein Bone, Ron, Bud end Terry Erausher, John Bod- nar and Frank Gorda. tater- ment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was fa charge of the uwangemcots. NELSON Funeral service for Alice M. Nelson, beloved wife of the late Nek Nel- son win died at Cardston Mon- day, Jury 23, 1973, at the age of 69 years, was held m the Mountain View ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Samts Chapel at 2 pjn. Thursday, July with Bishop Bryce Jacobs officiating. Pallbearers were Kevin, CoSn, Aftert, Dan end Don Nelson and Tom Nish. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery, Mountain View. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. 0 CARD OF THANKS OBERMEYER We would like to tank everyone who at- tended our mother's 80th birth- day open house. Among well over two hundred guests, the family gathered from as far as New Brunswick to British Col- umbia. Many thanks to mom's dearest friend, Rev. L. D. Hankinson. Rudy and Win OOei'meyer 6717 Pipeline profit up TORONTO (CP) Inler- provincial Pipe Line Co. in- creased its dividend payout Wednesday after reporting sharply higher profit for the first six months cf the year. Profit for the half year was million or S5 certs a share, up from million or 75 cents a share a year earlier. Toe quarterly dividend was increased to 90 cents a share from 25 cents, payable Aug. 31 to shareholders of leuuid Aug. 7. Toe 25-cent dividend had ben paid for the previoui ttraa CARDS OF THANKS HAMES We, the family of the late Mr. Edward A. Barnes, wish to express our sincere thanks to friends and relatives for their messages of sympathy, floral tributes and donations of food. A special thank you to Archdeacon Cecil Swanson, Martin Brothers, and pallbearers and all who helped in any way during our recent bereavement. The Hames Family 6719 WILLIAMSON Until we are able to personally thank all our many friends may this message serve as a grateful thank you for all the visits to the hospital, the flowers, and the lovely gifts we received to welcome our new arrival. A special thanks to Brenda and Norma for die lovely shower and all those who attended. To all of you thanks. Mary and Keri Anne 6720-28 KCEEMA I wish to express my sincere thanks and appre- ciation to friends, neighbors and relatives for the expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tri- butes, memorial donatiocK, food and many acts of kindness during my recent bereavement. I would espedaly like to thank my doctor, tber Bigelow Fowler Clinic, the third floor staff of the Municipal Hospital, Rev. Sipe, Roy ffirsche, Martin Bros, and all the pallbearers. Your kindness will always be remem- bered. Helen Tfiwre 6677-28 BUSY BRANCH PETERBOROUGH, Ont. (CP) The Peterborough branch of the Consumers Association of Canada has shipped 75 tons of waste glass to its Toronto rec- ycling plants in the last 15 months, authorities said. CARD OF THANKS McVINNIE We wtoh to thank our many friends and neighbours for their Undnea and help to us during our sale and during Gordon'! den illness. Special to doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital Gordon, Irene and Harry 6718 IN MEMORIALS BERTI In loving memory of a dear son, husband, father, Guilao Berti, who passed away July -r-Ever loved and sadly miss- ed by his wife Geneva, three sons and daughters. 6747 ROLLINGSON In loving memory of Jim Rollingson, who passed away July Your name is often mentioned Our thoughts in silence fly- To the days when you with us, Those memories will never die. remembered by wife and family. 0736 ROLLINGSON In loving memory of our dear father, grandfather and great father, Jim, who passed away July 27, 1971. Wonderful memories woven in gold These are memories we tenderly bold. Deep in our hearts Ms. memory is kept To love, to cherish and never forget. You left a place BO one can ffll- We miss you dad and always will loved and sadly missed, Don, Irene And family. 6721 CAREERS LABORATORY TECHNICIAN The Job requires a diploma In Petroleum Technology (natural gas Prefer knowledge of analysis and previous gas plant experience. Salaried position. Apply to: Canada Manpower Centra 419 7th St. S., Phone 327451S OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG PERSON Minimum age 25 DRIVER SALES REQUIREMENTS: 3rd class operators license, clean and neat appearance. Per personal interview phone: 327-5721 Canadian Propane Gas Oil Ltd. STAFF NURSES REQUIRED IMMEDIATOY BY FOOTHILLS HOSPITAL for positions in all areas throughout the hospital. plicants must be a graduate from an approved school of nursing. A full range of fringe benefits are avail- able. APPLY IN WRITING TO: PERSONNEL OFFICE FOOTHRIS HOSPITAL CALGARY, ALBERTA CHEVRON STANDARD LIMITED REQUIRES PROCESS OPERATORS Chevron Standard limited appticrtions from Operators for employment crt the Koybob South Ges ing Mont located approximately 30 miles south of fox Crtek. Alberta. Applicants must hove operating experience in get plant or rioted industry, end hold or be working towords Second er Third Class Alberto Steom Engineer Certificates. Full employee benefits ore offered, Including moving es- sistance ond jTanspwlotion. Modern housing Is ovoiloblt ot fox Salary will be commensurate with experience. Mease submit written application giving full ago, education and experience, together with telephone nwmbsf ten Chevron Manager Relations Chevron Standard Dinted 400 Srti A VMM AllMHfO T2P017 ;