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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta S3 MALE TEACHERS BUSINESS QUALIFIED TAPERS. PHONE 32! sm. APPLICATIONS WILL BE RECEIVE! for a 9 TEACHER'S BUSINESS OPPORTU nily for right num. Must be c'xperl diced In accounting and Income tax procedures. Franchise area, excellen income potential. Training provided Some capital required. Right party must be of executive type. Phone1 328 5040 after 5 p.m. for appointment fo Interview. SALE BY TENDER United Grain Growers Ltd. wt! receive lenders addressed to W. P Ralsbcck, 2506 20th Avenue South Lethbridge, prior lo 12 noon, Augus 1st, 1970, (or the sale of their dwetlln and property at Raymond, Alberta Lowest or any tender not necessari accepted. 1 01 W r DEATHS HOVDE Passed away i the' city on Tuesday, July 1970, Celia, aged 84 years, o Carmangay, beloved wife of th late Mr. Annon Hovde. Funera arrangements will be an nounced when completed. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu nerai Service. DEATHS ij BAlIt Passed away ir the city on Tuesday, July 28 f 1970, Leland Rcy, aged 83 years of Milk River, beloved hus band of Ihe laie Mrs. Ella Maj B a i r. Funeral arrangement will be announced when com pleted. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di rectors of Funeral Service. i CARDS OF THANKS MURDOCH We wish tc thank all of our friends whc sent cards and flowers anc made our 50Ui Wedding Ann! versary a memorable occasion A special thanks to those whc helped us at the club rooms. Murdoch. Rolls Over Sask. Croplands By T1IU CANADIAN I'HISSS High winds and slashing hail and rain rolled over a 75-mile strip of southern Saskatchewan Monday, downing power lines, flooding fields and leaving crops in ruin. The storm began in a hilly region southwest of Regina and moved northeast through Mont-marte, drenching that town with four inches of rain in tliree hours. Fields were pounded with hail stones, some as big as teacups: At Wilcox, 30 miles south of Regina, a twister smashed a barn and. wrecked three granaries, tossing one of them 200 yards across a field. Crops and gardens were flattened at Lajord, 25 miles southeast of Regina, where two inches of rain fell in a half hour, filling ditches to overflowing. VTEPS AND DRIVEWAYS DONE. REA jonable rates. Phone 317-2438, 327-739! as per schedule. f Please contact S5A MALE -FEMALE EMPLOYMENT E. TANNE 323-1201 WE WILL LOOK AFTER YOUF pets, plants, lawns and home whll you ore on holidays. Phone EDUCATIONAL LOANS Willow Creek School Division No. 2 requests tenders on the supply anc installation of approximately 700 fee of six feet high chain link fence with poles every 12 feet, Interested oerson are rtquested to contact Mr. Mike Jordan, al 234-3018, for further detail as to location, gates, and corner posts Tenders should be forwarded to the undersigned by noon on August 4 1970. Lowest nor tender not neces sarily accepted. R. E Congdon, Secretary Treasurer, Willow Creek School Division No. 28, Box 49, CLARESHOLM, Alberta. QUALIFIED TAXIDERMIST RE quires full financial backing to open a studio in the cast Kootenay area Write Box 120, Herald. HIGH SCHOOL AT 56 FARM HELP -I2J ilh Ave, S.E., Calgary, Alta Phone 269-8322. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties Farms and ranches. City or Town Lowest interest rates available. Firs and1 second mortgages. FXPERIENCED FARM HAND. GOOC wages. Must be A-l combine man Box 124 Herald. ACADEMY NOW IN CALGARY OFFERING EXCLUSIVELY KEY PUNCH OPERATOR TRAINING You may be qualified to become i key punch operator through mir tola immersion praclical training p r modern up to date equipment in ou new school. For aptitude tests anc counselling phone: 265-9690 274-3467 300 534 8th AVp. S.W. Calgary, Alberta 57 FEMALE HELP BABYSITTER WANTED TO COME in at Rldeau Court. Five days a week Phone 328-2625. EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER with knowledge of bookkeeping. Writ Box 121, Herald. STE1NER CEMENT WORK old basements dug, water proofing, in sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286 The sons, daughters and grandchildren of the late Mr. Lovro Novak wish to thank the nurses and doctor of St Michael's Hospital and I h c nurses and staff of the Golden Acres Lodge for the many kind nesses extended to their father during his recent illness. In ad dition grateful thanks are ex tended to Uie priest and many friends who expressed their sympathies with floral tributes and masses, with special thanks extended to the Slovenian Society. These many kindnesses will always be remembered in the 'hearts of the surviving Novak family. COOK REQUIRED DURING HARVEST season, (two Driver's license pre ferred. For Interview phone 327-8WJ 4961 TO CREDITOR AND CLAIMANTS IN THE MATTER of the Estate MARY C. WOOLFORD, late of tt Town of Cardston in the Province o Alberta, w'rfow, deceased, who diet on or about the loth day of Jun A.D. 1970. Take Notice that all persons havin claims upon the Estate of the abov named must file with the undersigne( Solicitors by the 26th day of Augus A.D. 1970 a full statement of the claims and of securities held by them STRINGAM, DENECKY BAINES Barristers and Solicitors 309 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for BETTY MARIE TAY LOR and TOMENE HANNAH HAL Executrices of the Wilt of MARY C WOOLFORD, Passed away i North Vancouver, B.C. on Tues day, July 28, 1970, John Ar thur, aged 41 years, belovec husband of Mrs. Adeline Walk of North Vancouver, B.C. Be sides his loving wife, he is sur vived by three daughters, hi parents, five sisters and twlans and specifications are returned to his Corporation prepaid, complete and n good order, not later than fourteen ays after closing date of tenders, therwise the deposit shall be forfeit-d. Plans and Specifications have ieen placed with Construction As-ociations in Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Grande Prairie, Medicine Hat nd Peace River. Each lender must be accompanied by a a certified cheque or bid bond in he amount of Ib) a certi-'ed cheque for an amount of not less han 10% of tender or bid bond In the mount of 10% of tender, which will ie returned after the contract is warded. Certified cheques are to be made payable to the Alberta Housing orporation. The successful tenderer will be re. uired to provide a certified cheque r negotiable or properly assigned Jovernmenl of Canada or Al-er a Provincial Government Bonds or Ten Per cent (HKo) of the con-ract or a 100% Performance Bond. HE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER W LL NOT NECESSARILY BE AC-EPTED. ENDERS WILL BE OPENED IN UBLIC in the Board Room of the Iberta Housing Corporation, The tanley Building, 11B10 Kingsway venue, Edmonton 19, Alberta. The Executive Director, Alberta Housing Corporation. Tests Orbital Bomb MOSCOW (AP) The SERVICES AND A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. 54.00 for two weeks, S10 per month. Free delivery and pickup. Phone 323 22-J3. SInqer Company of Canada, Col iege Mail. with the C.PR.. for the jast 29 years. He was a mem-jer of the Labor Club and the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen and Engineers. Besides-his loving wife, Mary, survivors include one son, Gilbert Robert Jr. of Calgary; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Zovan of Lethbridge and Mrs. J. (Velma) Toth of Picture Butte; three brothers, Louis of Winning, Andrew of Vancouver and Joe of Coleman. He was STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dat-ers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114 launched an unmanned spacecraft today that appeared to be another test of its fractional orbital bomb. The craft, Cosmos 354, made less than a full orbit and travelled the same path as a Soviet projectile nearly a year ago that was identified by the United States as an orbital bomb test. There was no indication whether the new launching might have been a step toward perfecting the Soviet equivalent of the United States multiple independently targeted re-entry vehicle called SALES and SERVICE. SER-v ces on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lobs too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-4456. spokesman Rudy Ba-nack said the workers were seeking increases o f between 50 and 85 cents an hour on the present wage between and an hour. It would cover the first year of a three-year contract. SIMPSONS-SEARS Requires FLOOR MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR To supervise night cleaning staff. Must be experienced in department store cleaning .procedures. WE OFFER: -40 hour five day week. Profit sharing Discount on purchases Paid statutory holidays Medical plan benefits Excellent working conditions. Apply in person to: TEMPORARY PERSONNEL OFFICE 1218 2nd Ave. S. Just west of Lethbridge arena C 9366- AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phone 327-243S or 327-7398. The funeral sendee will be held on 'Friday at a.m. in Southminster United Church, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott and Rev. A. T. King officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 32S-2W4. FOR GENERAL CONTRACT FOR ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF ONE SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE LOCATED WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THE SEW, SECTION 2-72-17-W4TH M. Sealed tenders addressed to ihe AT-uerta Housing Corporation for and 'Completion of "One Single Family Residence septic tank and leaching cesspool, well and lines '0 supply unit located in the boundaries of SE'A-2-72-17-W4th referred to as the Wandering River Ranger Station Site" will be received up to p.m. M.S.T., Wednesday, August 5th, 1970. (Specific details as to location may be obtained from Alberta Hous-ng P ans. Specifications and Tender orms may be obtained on application o the Alberta Housing Corporation, The Stanley Building, Kingsway Avenue, Edmonton and will be available to General Contractors, Mechanical and Electrical sun-trades on deposit of Tweny-Five Dollars 525.00) which will be refunded when >lans and specifications are returned 0 this Corporation prepaid, complete and in good .order, not later than SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY Ltd. Phone 328-1493. 2830 12th Ave. S. TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-2438 or 327-7398. Fall Operation Is MELBOURNE, Tube Performed plastic tube about fuur inches long was inserted to reconnect one ovary to the uterus. Doctors had established that the artificial tube was open, making it technically possible for an egg to reach the utcixis and await fertilization, Wood said. If the woman becomes pregnant, the operation will mean that thousands of infertile women around the world could become mothers. The patient, who was not .dentified, was married about bur years and had been pregnant once. But that pregnancy vas ectopic. The fertilized egg mplanted itself within the fal-opian tube where it could not survive. GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed .or unmixed top soil, manure. Complete landscaping service. Phone 327-5856 or 327-0662. Passed away suddenly at the residence on Monday, July 27, 1970, Wilfred Roland, aged 85 years, of 633 9th St. S.. beloved husband of the late Mrs. Matilda Surerus. Born in the U.S.A., the late Mr. Surerus homesteaded north of E s t o n, Sask. and moved to Lethbridge in 1919, and has resided here since. Survivors include one sister. Mrs. 0. (Agnes) Iverson of Etonia, Saskatchewan; two brothers, Ernest E. of Cavalier, North Dakota and Clarence D. of Oregon and several nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be held on Thursday Garden tractors icdge trimmer fertilizer swn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD., 816 3rd Ave. S., Phone 327-5540, HARDWARE Phone 327-7566 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. have performed the world's first operation to insert an artificial fallopian tube. Carl Wood' professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the uni-v e r s i t y, announced Tuesday night that the operation was performed on a 27-year-old Melbourne woman six weeks ago. Wood said the woman had been artificially inseminated her husband as donor and the doctors are waiting to see if she is pregnant. Wood said the woman's fal-opian tubes, the ducts which carry unfertilized eggs from the ovary to the uterus during ovu-ation, were removed June 12. SALE BY TENDER 'tie City of Lethbridge is offering or ale Ihe property located at 2145 5th venue North and described as Lots 5, 26 and 27, Block 2, Plan 6060-A.l. ea eel lenders plainly marked ''Ten-er for site and building" be ccepted at the office of City Clerk, ity Hall, Lethbridqe up to P.M. riday, August 21, 1970. Tenders must give full information as to methnd of payment and be accompani-d by a certified cheque or cash eposit of S200.00 which will be re-urned to unsuccessful bidders. II inquiries respect to the bove, including access to the home or inspecfon, should be directed to e City Clerk, he City of Lethbridge reserves the ght to reject the highest or any nder. John Gerla City Clerk. NEW LAWNS SODS OR SEEDING Call Rcedyk Landscaping 328-1309. Free estimates. 59 MALE -FEMALE HELP SALES POSITIONS AVAILABLE NOW with a well known company. Earning from 5200 to SBSO per month. Phone 337-1 HI. POULTRY AND TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Phone 33W035 or 23J-3766, Fort Mac-ecd. p.m. in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the 'amily plot in Mountain View-Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at Mar-in Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S'. Phone: 328-2301. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. PERSONABLE YOUNG MAN OR WOMAN 10 25 years old lo act as sales representative, In Lethbridge, for a six week period. Pleasant working conditions, good remuneration. Call 327-3191, ask for Mr. Townsend. PAN READY. 3Sc PER LB. n dozen lots. Free1 delivery. Closed or business from July 31st fo August th inclusive. Hellmuth Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 3J5-.3224. otherwise the deposit shall be ortelted. Plans and Speclficatons lave been placed Constructfon Associations in Calaary, Edmonton, ?ed Deer, Grande Prairie, Medicine (at and Peace River. Each lender must be accompanied by a) a certified cheque or bid bond in he amount of (b) a certj-ied cheque for an amount of not less nan 10% of tender or bid bond in the mount of 10% of tender, which will bo returned after the contract is warded. Certified cheques are lo be made payable to the Alberta FOR PROPOSALS FOR TWENTY-FIVE (25) SEMI-DETACHED OR ROW-TYPE FAMILY DWELLINGS IN THE CITY OF RED DEER, ALBERTA i Scoled proposals marked "Red Deer Public Housing Proposal No. 0270" addressed to the City Clerk, City Hall, City of Red Deer, Alberta, will be received up to P.M., M.S.T., Wednesday, August 19th, 1970. Proposals, specifications and forms for the erection of Iwcnty-five (25) semi-detached or row-type family dwellings n 'he City of Red Deer, may be obtained at the. City Hall, Rod Deer, or Alberta Housing Corporation, The Stanley Building, 11810 Kingsway Avenue, Edmonton. Each proposal, on submission, must be accompanied by j a certified cheque in the amount of Sixty-five Hundred Dollars or negotiable securities payable lo the Cily of Red Deer. THE LOWEST OR ANY PROPOSAL WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. R. STOLLINGS, City Clerk, Cily of Red Deer. j Promt Most Expenivc ATHENS (Reuters) The f Ubens newspaper Eleftheros v Cosmos said today Aristotle On-ssis has promised to buy his vife Jacqueline the most cxpen- ive yacht in the world for her j, 1st birthday. A spokesman for )nassis said he has no knowl- of the gift. Onassis was not a vailable for comment. Sirs. Onassis celebrated her 1st birthday Tuesday oil her h ushand's private islet of Skor- a ios, A helicopter loaded with Jackie Yacht resents for her flew lo the pri-ate islet in the Ionian Sea. The newspaper said that the Jreek shipping tycoon promised is wife to build a yacht "much arger and more expensive than is present Christina." The newspaper said the yacht rill be named after Jacqueline nd it will be ready July 28, 971, on her 42nd birthday. The newspaper said Onassi.s ad pieced an order with a Jap-icse shipyard but it did not ame the firm. PETS AND 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL BUDGIES AND CAGE, SIO. 2311 Oth St., Coaldale. Shomen requires electric piano player organist. Phone 327-2374. XI WANT A HOME. TO BE g ven away. Phone 327-0931. Yesterday By TIIU CANADIAN I'RliSS I Col. -Gen. F y o d o r lalykhin. 64, 1st deputy com- nander of the strategic reserve s )f the Soviet armed forces, ifter a serious illness. SILVER TOY POODLES or sale. Phone SIAMESE KITTENS or sale. Very reasonable. Phone 328-8051. C.N.A. required by Vulcan Municipal Hospital A 3? bod active treatment hcspilal. Located between Lethbr.idqe and Calgary. Salary as per A H.A. recommendation. Board and room in nurses' residence, S45 ppr month. Personnel policy application form and any further irforma-lion will be forwarded on request, Mrs. H. J. PeIMm Direcfor o! Vulcan Municipal Hospital Sox 299, Vulcan, AlberM. successful tenderer will be re. uircd to provide a certified cheque or eqoiiable or properly assigned Gov-rnment of Canada or Alberta Pro-incial. Government Bonds for Ten Per Cent of the contract or a 00% Performance Bond. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE AC-EPTED. ENDERS WILL BE OPENED IN URLIC in tin? Board Room of I h c Ifcerfa Housino C or nr ration. The Mn The Executive Direclor, Albarta Housing Corporation. BLACK MALE REGI-lered Poodle, 365. Phone d35-6502 or 85-2695, after 3 p.m. WHITE TOY POODLES. Phone 562-2639, Blairmore. Mrs. Lily ratonio. HOUSE TRAINED KITTENS o be given away. Phone 327-3700. 5WM-29 'URCBRED CHIHUAHUAS FULLY rown males, and females and puppies. 218 3rd Avo. A S. Phone 328-3423, OUTLAY a The 114 .significant additions o insr.ufacairir.g in On- ario in I9C9 represented total 1 outlay cf ;