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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE UTHCRIDGE HERAID -53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED tfFRcTENT, RELIABLE YOUNG woman requires office work. Urgent. Finished buslncsj course. ExperlrnM. Excellent reforencc-s. Please coll 327-1151. Tuesday, Juno 2, 1970 59 MALE FEMA5.E HELP WANTED AT HOME. Canada's lending school. Na'lonol 42J 6th Ave. S.E., Calgary, Al BUSINESS Re( On Floatii By THE CANADIAN PRESS 1 The federal government's move to allow the Canadian dollar to find its OUTI level on international markets continued to draw mixed reaction Monday. A.. G. Rumbold, chairman of the Maritime Lumber Bureau, said the Maritime lumber industry is seriously threatened by large-scale lay-offs and eventua bankruptcy because of the move. He said the industry is already strained by lack of domestic construction and building projects as a result of gov-e r n m e n t anti-inflationary efforts. Maritime explorers have overnight tost several hundred thousands of dollars through contracts already shipped and not paid for and contracts concluded but not yet shipped, he said. Saskatchewan Premier Ross Thatcher's only comment was that if the move was part of a trend toward lower interest rates, Saskatchewan "would benefit tremendously and we would be elated about that part of it." E. K. Turner, president of the Saskatchewan wheat pool, said the federal move "would ng Dollar a definite reduction In the return we get for grain on tire international market" it tlw dollar finds a level at 9C.5 cents, for example. COULD BE 'DISASTER' "Incomes are strained to the breaking he said. "Anything further would have a disastrous effect." Export prices for Canadian wheat dropped six cents Monday to a bushel for No. 1 northern, basis Lakehead ports. Donald Canadian Labor Congress president, said that unemployment need not rise as a result of the unpegging of the dollar. Supporting the move, he said it would give Canada "some de-fir e e of independence from American inflationary pressures." Montreal Expos of baseball's National League expect increased financial benefits because of the government measure. If the dollar stays where it is right now it could mean a net gain of a year for the Montreal owners, said Harry Renaud, controller of the Expos. The Canadian dollar closed Monday at 97 7-64 cents, up 4 1-64 cents. rx fl f i L 1 J. ft f in O1 V II j t 1 A Iff IrU __ lAsl t't'V H' "S s? i 0 Lai'cL Uf Jkanfa, Jn SALE 400 SEAT THEATRE, In Raymond. Excellent buy for cash, to Box 578, Cardston or plione 653-3039. SALE COMMERCIAL HOTEL ot Lomond, Alto. Going concern. Good year-found business. Phone S4A LICENCED KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six vjecks lo six years. LOANS COSTANZO'S DAY CARr PLANNED PROGRAM ONE 10 SIX YEARS. PHONE 328-5057. C8267-H EMPLOYMENT MUSIC AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 CoMeop AAnll. Phono 328-3331. The widest" focility available. We consider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. I1AALIM Fraser and Susan are plcasod to announce the birtli of a daughter, Corrie Elizabeth (3350 kilograms 52 born May 26, 1970 at St Michael's Hospital. Insured. WELLS Jmnes Sr., passed away in Cardston on Saturday, May 30, 1970, at the age of 01 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Molly Wells of the Blood Reserve at Cardston. Mr. Wells was a well-known rodeo participant, having taken part in rodeos all over (lie west. He was a member of the Magpie Society. He leaves to mourn his massing besides his loving wife Molly, eleven children, Teresa Mistaken Chief, Jerry Wells, Florence Brave Hock, Shirley Calf Robe, Edwin Wells, Mary Buckskin, Anna Wells, Joan Little Shields, Gordon Edward Wells, Carla Faye Wells, all of Cardston and Jim Wells of Lethbridge, as well as many grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in Ihe St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday, June 3rd, 1970 at 10 a.m., with Father J. Du-haim as celebrant. Procession will follow western style to the St Mary's Cemetery for interment. Wake will be held in the St. Mary's Parish Hall on Tuesday evening fhris-tensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd Directors of Funeral Ser-vice! OF THANKS CAMPBELL I would like to thank friends and neighbors !or the many expressions TUITION ON.GUI1AR Phone oTtOsiTAND flowers, cards, and donations to the Cancer and rleart Fund. 1 especially wish a thank the doctor and the nurses of the Municipal Hospital, tile Dr. Mcwburn Chapter of the IODE, Auxiliary Hospital, The University Women's Club and Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott. Kathleen Lenaugh SPRING CLEAN UP All kinds of iunk hauled away. tonsblB. Phone 327.26J1. SET OF FOUR KEYS, IN brown case. College Mall. 3773. WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, o'dd jobs. Phone WILL DO PAINTING, DECORATING and maintenance work. Phone 32'-3.il6, anytime. ROOMS, CEMENT DRIVES and walks, ence repairs. Phone 3J5-4684, PIPEGHASS Vaklemar, passed away ill Raymond on Tuesday, Juno 2, 1S70, Moved husband of the late Mrs. Florence Etta Piepgrass. Funeral arrangements will he announced when completed. Cliristensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., are in charge of arrangements. FRONT END AND TUNE UP MAN with certificate re.iulres employment. Phone 328-9360. DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, sidewalks. Prompt service. Reasonable rales. Phone 329-7905. EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY RE-liring RCMP Staff Sergeant moving to Letnbrldge July 1st. Entirely trust-worthy. Will accept any position of Irust such as security, elc. Write 1336 Second Street, Brandon, CF PROBLEM DRINKERS rEEDINO UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY CROUF. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 061, LETHBRIOGE, CEMENT WORK. BE-ore holidays. Phone 327-4998, after 6 p.m. RAVEN W) 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. Thanks lo all who helped in my recovery during my lengthy stay at Calgary General Hospital after my truck train accident. For flowers and gifts (Scouting) 16lh Lethbridge Group (a lovely Lethbridge District Council, Second Ward Relief Society, Rebekah Session Board and Dominion 41, my family. For the 'hundreds of cards, letters and phone calls from fellow Scouters, Cubs. Scouts and friends and Dorothy Goodcr Scouts for drawings. To Pat and friends for surprise welcome home get-together. Visits to Calgary General Don Livingston and wife, Frank Tinordi and wife, Betty and Tom and Jean Butlin thanks Jean tor all the special extras. I am now convalescing at home and hope to be active again in the fall. Abbott. 56 FARM HELP ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone or 328-3546, alter STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements duq, water proofing. Insured, free Phone 327-828S. SINGLE OR MARRIED MAN WANTED (or dairy and general farm work. Phone 327-9231. U mite east and ftvo miles north of Lelhbridge Stock Yds. R. H. Boullon. SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES JONES ROOFING. 32B-5745. 57 FEMALE HELP SERVICES AND Passed away in Lethbridge on S a t u r day, May 30, 1870, Autliur Hescott, age 62 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Hilda Hescott of Pincher Creek. The funeral service will be held in Pincher Creek United Church on Thursday 'today) at 2 p.m., Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Interment in Fairview Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society care of Ames Insurance. Funeral arrangement by Eden's Funeral Home LW., Pincher Creek. MATURE WOMAN FOR PART-TIME motel cleaning, pnone STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dat-ers, etc. Same-day Service. U33 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-511-1 TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations. Phone J and J Custom 345-4630, 328-3370. EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER wanted Immediately. Must have at least two years experience. Phone collect Mrs. Edith Hodnelt a! La-eoutlguo Beauty Salon, Fort Madeod 23.t3.l-u. TRAINED SERVICE MAN will oil. clelint and adjust tension. Any machine regardless of make or model, 51.45. Cail 328-8454. BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. REPAIRS TO SING-er machines, competent adjustments lo all other makes. Free home estimate. Phone 327-22J3. Singer Co. of Canada; College Mall. CONTRACTING small lobs given prompt attention. Reasonable rates. Bob Atwood. 327-295-1. YOUNG LADIES 17-21 YEARS Due to expansion, 0 large circulation company has Immediale openings for young ladies. Sign Wh BRASILIA (AP) Brazil and Canada signed an agreement Monday for the sale of bushels of Canadian wheat over the next three years. The agreement was signed by Brazilian Foreign Minister Mario Gibson Barbosa and Otto Lang, Canadian minister without portfolio responsible for the Canadian wheat board. Lang's arrival Monday, which was postponed twice, coincides with a visit to Canada by representatives of the Brazilian eat Pact representatives have led observers to comment that there are good prospects for a direct wheat-for-coffee deal between Brazil and Canada. The wheat deal between the two countries, first since 1954, was hailed in Brazilian business circles as an important landmark in Brazil's present export drive, as the price of Brazilian coffee would be cut at least a 60-kilo bag if sold directly to Canada. Although Canadian embassy sources in Rio de Janeiro said the Canadian government could not directly influence importers to buy Brazilian coffee, ths wheat deal with Brazil coincided with the announcement that the Canadian dollar would be allowed a flexible rate in world exchange markets, which would, observers here said, help Brazilian exports to Canada. SALES and SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No Jobs too larae or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-4456. HAVE 'A BACKHOE TO DIG; Dr veways, basements, move trees w 11 pave driveways. We also haul gravel and top soil. Phone 327-1413 before S p.m., 327-3347 after 5 p.m. RED CROW Funeral service for Claudia Red Crow, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Red Crow who died at Cardston Wednesday, May 27, 1970 at the age of 24 years, was held at 2 p.m. Friday, Mav 29, 1970, in the St. Paui s Anglican Church with Rev. Don Dodman officiating. Pallbearers were Melvin Red Crow, Clifford Sweet Grass, Rex Bird Fred Bull Calf, Irvin and Gerald Shade. Interment was in the Blood Band Cemetery Cliristensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the _ Willing to Bondable Successful applicants will receive full Iratning. Must be able to beam a! once. Above overage earnings. For interview apply Mr. W. Jonzon at the Marquis Hofel, Tuesday June 2nd (today) 3-5 p.m. and p.m. No phone calls please. TOP SOIL. PHONE 328-32B9, evenings. STEEL BRIDGE Tenders marked "Ninth Street Bridge Portals Rep acement, City of for the replacement of the structural steel bridge portals at each end of all three main spans, will be received by the City Clerk, City ot Lethbridge, up to p.m. June 12, 970, and opened in public at that time. Contract documents can be picked up at Strong Lamb and Nelson Ltd. office 504 4th Street S.E., Calgary with a deposit of 525.00 for each document requested. The sum of 525.00 will be refunded to the unsuccessful bidders upon the return of the documents in good condition. Ml Saturday, May 50, J970, Mrs. Annie Gibson, aged 73 years Claresholm, Alberta, formerly of Calgary and Barons, passed away suddenly at Claresholm. Mrs. Gibson is survived by one son, Mr. Mel-Yin Gibson and three grandchildren, 74 Farnham Drive S'.E., Calgary. Born at Wigton-shire, Scotland, she came to Calgary in 1920 and resided at Calgary until moving to Barons, Alberta in and to Claresholm in 1969. Services were held at "Chape-el of Tuesday (today) a.m., Rev. W. George Chapman of Parkhill Church of Christ officiated. Cremation. ETE'S ROTOTILLING. PHONE 328-E764. In loving mem-crv of a dear father and grandfather, Jan, who passed away June 2, 19S4. His memory is our greatest treasure, In our hearts he will live forever. remembered by Rika, Glenn and family. 2475 POOLE In loving memory of a dear dad and granddad, Lester Poole, who passed away June 2nd, 1969. Just a thought Of sweet remembrance, Just a memory, sad and true, Just tue love and sweet devotion, Of ones who think of you. Ever loved and remembered by Russ, Arlene and Dana. 2464 KURINA In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Margaret Victoria Kurina, who passed away June 2, 1964. Beautiful memories woven in gold, This is the picture her loved ones hold, Deep in our hearts her memories are kept, To love and to cherish and never forget. husband Frank and family 2443 HUISMAN In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Jan Huisman, who passed away June 2, 1964. Two tired eyes are Two willing hands are stilled The one who always works so hard, Is resting at God's will. Gfld saw you getting tired, He knew you needed rest. His garden must be beautiful, He only takes the best, remembered and sadly missed by his loving wife Bertha, children and grandchildren 3429 DEAL In loving memory POWER RAKED AND AER-ated. Dead grass removed and hauled. Phone Bill 327-3618. LAWNS PUT IN, ODD JOBS and rototilling. Gardening by season. Phone 327-6143. 1 787-1 58 MALE HELP MUSICIAN WANTED TO PLAY AC-cordion or orqan for local dance band. Phone or 328-2400. FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2094. PART-TIME MEN REQUIRED FOR lop selling company. Make S25 and up weekly. Write Box 20, Herald. LAWN SEEDING, landscaping, spring clean-up. Phone 345-3341. 9501 EXPERIENCED BARTENDER, APPLY YORK TREE TRIMMING, LAWN raking, garbage hauling, etc. Phona 323-4173. Funeral service for Mrs. Margaret Krau-sher beloved wife of Oscar Krausher of the Wilson Siding district who died Friday, May 29 1970, at the age of 46 years, was held Monday in the Chris-tensen Chapel, Lethbn d g e, with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Pallbearers were Eric Guise, John Davies, Henry Reimer, Milton Barry, Ralph Bechtel and Dale Cassidy. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christens en Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the MILK SALESMAN To deliver milk, butter and Ice cream lo retail and wholesale accounts in Cardston. Apply In writing Cardston Co-op. Ltd. Box Cnrdston, Alberta, ROTOTILLING New lawns put In. Prompt service, reasonable rates. 327-2641, 9393- INVITED The Taber School Division No. 6 Invites tenders for the purchase and removal of any or all of three houses in Taber, Alberta, having municipal addresses, 5217 54th Ave., 5203 54th Ave. and 5525 52nd St. The houses are avaii-ab e for Inspection belween 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The form of contract required to be entered nto by the successful bidder may be obtained rom the undersigned, and sha 1 provide, Inter alia, that payment In full be made within 10 days after acceptance and that the sites be cleared and levelled to the Board's satisfaction in the period between Ju y 15th and August 15th, 1970. 5ea cd Tenders win be received up to 1 o'clock p.m., June 15th, 1970 and must be accompanied by deposit o certified cheque or band In the amount of 5150.00. The deposits of unsuccessful bidders will be returned. The highest offer or any offer not necessarily accepted, Direct marked envelope toi R. M. GREENAWAY Secretary. Treasurer Taber School Division No. Box 1239 Tabsr, Alberta. Institute, whose announced purpose was to explore the possibilities of exporting Brazilian coffe directly to Canada without interference of United States importers. The wheat agreement, preceded by negotiations between Brazilian Finance Minister Antonio Delfim Neto in Ottawa, and the visit by Coffee FIELD TOP SOIL. STEVE Zatylny Phone 323-1377. Passed away in the city on Sunday, May 31, 1970, following a brief illness, Donald aged 91 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Elsie of 722 12th St. "C" N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father G. Marien celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said on Tuesday (tonight) at p.m. in St. Basil's Church. Those who wish may pay their respects at the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of the Funeral Service. YOUR LAWN AERATED. RE-moves dead grass, helps control lawn diseases. Phone John 328-3909. HIGH LIVING EXPENSES? DUE to th9 rising cost of living each day more and more men and women are enloying worthwhile earnings supplying lUeir friends and relatives with Raiwleigh Products. -Do not he left out! Start earning that extra money loday. For free Information write The W. T. Rawlelgh Co. Ltd., Dept. F-71-10, SB9 Henry Ave., Winnipeg 2, ROTOTILLING. GOOD JOB guaranteed. Phone 328-7389. 1486-11 TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING with large yellow rototiller, plowing and landscaping. Phono 1 With Poll A report on the feasibility of establishing a .board of police commissioners in Alberta was tabled at last night's Meet Ice Board as a rationale for the establishment of an Alberta Police Commission. "If an Alberta commission is set up according to this report there will be severe restrictions on local control of police he said. The report, he said, Is impaired by prejudgements anc lack of evidence on the part oi the author. It should be placed in its proper perspective. It is expected that discussion of the report will take place at the next council meeting. GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed top soil, manure. Complete landscaping servlca. Phone 327-5856 or 327-0662. YOUNG MEN 17-21 YEARS To expansion, s large circulation company has Immediate openings for young men. QUALIFICATIONS Ambitious Neat In Parts, sales and service. Hepp'A Industries. Phone 327-2533. OF THANKS BLACKMER I would like to thank everyone for helping to make my 80th birthday such a memorable day. Russell Blackmer GREENHOUSES Wide seleclion of bedding out plants also nursery stock. Vi mile east of Drive-in on Coutts Highway. Phone 327-437B. 1 049-3 SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY LTD. PHONE 328-1493 OR 327-7263. ALBERTA hSSS DEPARTMENT OF mmi'i'm HIGHWAYS Must be free to (ravel Machine ground manure. Ideal for lawns and gardens. 75 Ib. handy plastic bag, J1.50 each. Free delivery. Coal-hurst Greenhouse. Phone 327-9530. 1 597-1 training. Must be able to begin at once. Above average earnings. For Interview apply Mr. W. Jonion, at the Marquis Hotel, Tuesday, June 2nd (today) 3-5 p.m. and p.m. No phcns calls please. TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Tuesday, June 16, 1970 for tha following work: Construction of two Prestressed concrete girder bridges on the Hlnton-Grande Prairc road over: 1. Berland River 2. Lille Berland River Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at tho Office of the Chief Bridge Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton; Office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbridge; and Office of the District Engineer, Highways Building, Calgary and will be available only to individuals domiciled and operating in the Province of Alberts, or to partenershlps or corpora lions registered and operating and who have established a fixed place of business In the Province of Alberta. (S25.00) will ba required for each copy of Contract and Specifications la ken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of tender. Tenders will be opened n public. The owest or anv tender not necesarlly accepted. L. H. McManus Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport Ml Passed away on Sunday, May 31, 1970, Nicholas J. Cousins age 71 years, of Waterton Lakes. Born in County Waxlord, Ireland, he came to Canada in 1930. Farmed in Bow Island until moving to Waterton Lakes in 1948, where he was employed by the Federal Government Parks Department until retiring in 1967. He was a member of Waterton Lakes Lions Club. He is survived by two brothers and one sister in Ireland. 'Hie funeral service will be held in Lady of Mount Caramel Roman Catholic Church, Waterton, on Wednesday at a.m., Reverend J. Weis-gerber officiating. Interment in Waterton Cemetery. Funeral Arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. C8430 MULLEN Passed away Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Toronto Daniel Dean, 63, Ontario representative of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. San Diego Manuel Ortiz, 53, former world bantamweight boxing with the I-ethbridge Police Commission. The report, prepared by former Assistant Commissioner Harrv A. Maxted. Royal Canadian "Mounted Police, has been criticized in another report prepared by Aid. Jim Anderson. Aid. Anderson's submission to council says the Maxted Re-part is "dangerous SOIL SAND AND GRAVEL, FILLED EARTH. .DRIVEWAYS EXCAVATED. PROMPT DELIVERY, PSV LICENSE CAN GO ANYWHERE'. MR. A. M. JARV1E, 40JO 20TH ST. N. PHONE 327-3047. 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL STOCK 35% OFF, BEDDING OUT PLANTS 45c PER BASKET. JOHN'S GREENHOUSE One mile west of Coaldale. Closed On Sunday, SECRETARY Required for 16 bed modern hospital, with typing, bookkeeping and general office experience. Salary negotiable. Duties to commence immediately. Applications will resume To be In by June 8, 1970. Writ 9: ADMINISTRATOR LITTLE BOW MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL CARMAMGAY, ALBERTA. Jl City Manager Tom Ferguson was given authorization to go ahead with plans to have the citv's Economic Development Office and the planning department move into new quarters. They are currently housed, along with the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission and the Chamber of Commerce, in the annex across from city hall. The ORRPC recently decided to move into the Datatron Processing and Systems Ltd. building at 4th Ave. and 10th St. S. Plans call for the Economic Development Office, Ihe planning department and the chamber to move into the Set building, in order to maintain liaison between them. Aid. Vera Ferguson questioned the move, saying that il did not seem practical from an economic standpoint to move out of a building that cost so little to maintain. The city manager said that primary consideration must be given to the fact that the annex has been put up for sale and might be sold at any time. If lliis were to happen, he said, the city might be forced to lo-calc Ihe offices in separate buildings, thus cutting the very important lines of close communication that are necessary in the conducting of their business. HARDWARE Shoppers' World Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES, CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. photographer and a former Ottawa alderman. Saskatoon Dr. Kenneth A. H. Buckley, 51, author and economics Council Appointed CALGARY The appointment of Pudolph Zoumcr if Calgary as Swedish consul for southern Alberta was announced Monday. Mr. Zoumer, a real estate man. came to Alberta from Stockholm 18 years ago. He said in an interview that he intends to visit Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Fort ilacleod and other southern Alberta centres to give trade and business organizations information about Sweden and to talk to Swedish people. "I hope to be able to lead southern Alberta industry and trade to the right channel for trading POULTRY AND 61 TEACHERS TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Phone 23-1-1035 or 23-1-3766, Fort Mac-feed. COUNTY OB1 WARNER NO. 5 (SOUTHERN ALBERTA) Invites applications for the following positions: Teacher Raymond PAN 39C PER LB. H. Dyck, Box 65.1, Coaldale. Phone 345-nu. DEPARTMENT B.C., Hannah of Trail, B.C., on Sunday, May 31, 1970, formerly of Taber, at the age of 94 years. Born at Stafford-Shire, England, October 8, 1875, married in the old country to William Williams, December 25, 1836, they came to Taber in 1909. Predeceased by her first husband in 1912, she remarried to Jock Mullen in 1929. Mrs. Mullen has resided at Trail since 1M2. Predeceased by her husband Jock in April and also predeceased by one daughter and one son. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Arnold (Eva) Anderson, Barnwell; four sons William and John of Taber, Herbert, and George of Trail; thirty-four grandchildren, 71 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Theodore's Anglican Church, Taber, on Thursday, June 4, at p.m., with Rev. Allan McQuaig officiating. Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, in Charge of Arrangements. PETS AND Teacher (Instrumental and General) A degree major In music Is pre-fered for each of the above positions. Salary 11969-70) up to Apply to: Josepli North Superintendent of Schools Warner, Alberta HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by (he undersigned up to H o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Monday, June 15, 1970, for the construction of the fol owing 3. M. of fa E. cf Car-sta'rs, Mile 17.10 to MII9 3-1.00, Asphalfic Concrele Pavement and other Work. Approximate Quantities, H Tons of Gravel, Ton Miles Haul Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Con-sir uct Ion Engineer, Highways Building Edmonton. Alberta, thfl office Of tho fcnq ncer, 1707 Sixth Street N.W., Calgary, Alberto, and the off CHIHUAHUA FOR SALE. Phone afler 5 p.m. Garret Haie. FEMALE HALF COLLIE PUPS, -3 rach. K. Burdstt, Monarch. Phone 23M133. SALE ONE YEAR OLD GER-man Shepherd. Phone 327-54.'.9. PRINCIPAL Required Lethbridge Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 9 Application! firs boinq received until June itrth Icr Principal a U teacher school grades (cur-seven. In your applications d've dotBtK Hi to education, find names of references. APPLY TO: Robert A. Kimmitt Superintendent of Schools 534-ISth St. S, Lethbridgo, Alberta Spaniel for sale. Cull 377-8770. dear son and brother, Alvin Deal, who parked away May 29, 1960. Beautiful memories woven in gold. This is the picture your loved ones hold. Deep in our hearts your memories are kept. To love and to cherish, and never forget. Silent thoughts, true and tender, Just to show we still remember, In heavenly love abiding. remembered and sadly missed by mom, Linda and Jerry. TO MONUMENT AGENTS Granite Supplier will supply completely lettered and designed memorials at irmnufocturor's price. Exclusive .designs, excellent workmanship dclivsry. Catalogue and Kit tupplied. Granite in five colors. WRITE BOX 29, THE LETHBRIDGE CHIHUAHUAS FULL qrc'.vn male and females, also babies. 213 3 Ave. A S. Phone 328-3423 after 5 p.m. BUSINESS Building, Lnthbridqe, Alberta, and will be available only to individuals registered and operating In tho Province cf Alberta, cr to partnerships or corporations registered and opcr-it nq n and who have established a fixed place of business In the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dears (525.00) will be required for each copy of tho Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must bs accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to lOVo of Tender. Tenders will be opened In Public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus, Deputy MinlVur of Highways and YOU LIKE A BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN Yfiu ran hfivc a of your own Ir-roiinh ihe Marshall Wells Franchise Deal or plan. Many choke (oca lions available capital requirements are irnall. There are over 4CO such dealer stores In operation proof that this plan Is hiqfiiy successful. For complete (Jelails write Marshall Wells L mi Iff] P.O. Box 91 CO, Calgary I, A bcrta At Al Wrighfson. PRESSURE The highest air pressure reading was at Irkutsk, Siberia, in 1893 when the sea-level barometer reached 31.75 ;