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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Joturday, Jun. 4, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 i, mm in m Plan tlal additional taxes on dlstrlta-ions to shareholders. "It Is estimated that the of various proposals will iix'rease the effective rate of Canadian tax on earnings distributed lo KTZ from its Canadian investments to rates of be-wecn 05 per cent and 7S per Kio Tinto said. CAN'T PASS CHED1T One reason is (hat na tai credits could be passed on because some of the subsidiary companies would paying no ax due lo various allowances for utilities, mines and foreign subsidiaries of Canadian-incorporated companies. Another is that company Income passing to a private corporation such as Tinto Holdings uvaild carry no credit for tax already paid. "The proposals impose a heavy and inequitable tax penalty on foreign investors who tiave for good reasons chosen corporate structures under wliich investments in widely-held corporations are held through Canadian holding companies." 72 PETS AND Mi Scores T OTTAWA (CP) Rio Tinto-Zinc Corp., British-owned min-ng giant with world-wide bakings, protested today that government lax-change proposals would weigh unfairly on the Ircup ar.d strike at its major Canadian interests. The group's Canadian interests include ownership of Rio Aigom Mines Ltd. and a 43-percent interest in British Co ax Ref or Africa and ottier regions are channelled through a Canadian company, Tinto Hold-nrfs, Both London-based Rio Tinto-Zinc and Brinco of Montreal lodged complaints, about tile government's lax white paper in separate submissions to the Senate banking committee. Brinco said proposed tax treatment would make i s planned development of a hydro plant at Gull Island on the Churchill River in Labrador unlikely. DEVELOPING PROJECT Erinco owns Churchill Falls Labrador Corp., wliich is developing North America's biggest hydro-electric project. Rio Tintc-Zinc said it would be hit mainly by proposals for integrating tax on corporations and their owners, planned distinctions between widely held and private companies and treatment of profits passing between corporations. "The effect of the white paper proposals on the existing RTZ Canadian corporate organization is to impose very Births, Deatl Cards Of s In Mem BIRTH _ George and Barb are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, Sherrie Lee Grace, four Ibs., 14 ozs., born May 24, 1SI70 at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. aisd Mrs. George Enns and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Lacey all Coaldalc. Insured. is, Funerals, -t> V Thanks, oriams IN MEMQRIAMS JENKINS In loving memory of a dear brother and brother-in-law, Brandy, who passed away June G, 1959. Loving and kind in a" jSflr Hays, Upright aral k'le ftj' of his day, Sincere and kind in heart and mind, a beau-It t hful memory he left NOTICE sou Iti-east quarter. boy Shetland mare, black mane and tail. Not broke. Approximately 3 years 'Old. To he sold at Perllch Auction Market Tuesday, Juno 9tli at 2 p.m. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In Iho Estate of WESLEY GORDON SMITH, late of Ihe Town of Inter, in Itie Province of Alberto, Retired Agronomist, who died on Hie 201 h day ot April, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE fhat all persons having claims upon Hie estate of tha above named must file with the under-slqned sollcllors by (he 13lh day of July, A.D. 1970 a lull statement of their claims and of securities held by them. MOSCOVICH, MOSCOVICH, SPANOS AND MATISZ 1 Oliver Block, Lethbridgo, Alberta. (Solicitors tor the Execulor, THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY) FOR SALE DODERMAN PINSCIIER pup: Phono 345J50B. WANTED MALE DOBERMAN Plnscher. Box 4tl, Bow Island. 2629 MUST SELL PEKINESE; THIS WEEK. GolnB awoy. Phono SAVE THIS AD Vory small snow whilo Toy Poodle. 1 Ittle Devil ot Glendale at stud, to select Icmalo only. Phone NOTICE WANTED Dog catcher for the Village of Fore-most and the Town of Bow Island. Poimdkecplng Duties not Included. Worthwhile remuneration lo bo arranged. Apply to: A. H. Ratrlatf Municipal Secretary Village of Foremost Box "190 Foremost, 72A FUR BEARING CHINCHILLAS 12 MATURE FE-mole Chinchillas, cages and equipment. Phone 867-2255, Foremost. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estae cf CLAUDE G. SALISBURY, late of Ihe City of Salt Lake City, County of Salt Lake, State of Utah, one ot the United Staes of America, who died on the 28th day ot May, 1968. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must tile with the Executors by the 4th day of July, 1970 a full statement of their claims end of securities held by them. MESSRS. VIRTUE RUSSELL MORGAN VIRTUE MORRISON HEMBROFF 106 McFarland Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executort Ml CHINCHILLAS FOR SALE, OR TRADE tor grain. Phone 34S-39S2. RE: ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 The following application for a development permit has been approved by the Municipal Planning Commission V- M'sTiTHc-mes Ltd. to build four apartment buildings at 1411 -141! Ashgrove Rood and 3509 3521 by .he decision may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board by delivering either personally or by Registered Mall, statement ol the grounds of appeal to the Secretary ol the Development Appeal Board to reach his office In the City Hail not later than June 17, 1970. T. KANASHIRO Development Officer. subsidiaries. In addition, profits from subsidiaries in the United 73 BUSINESS BARATELLI Paul, well known retired Blai r m o r e Blacksmith, passed away at his residence on Friday June 5, 1970, at the age of 85 jcar Funeral arrangements mil be announced when completed. Fantin's Chapels Ltd. is in Charge. FOR SALE COMMERCIAL HOTEL at Lomond, Alto. Going concern. Good year-round business. Phone Arrives For Victims Of Quake LIMA (Reuters) A first relief convoy of 80 army tracks rambled today into the devas-ated Huaylas Valley in northern Peru, where thousands of injured and homeless anxiously have waited since an earthquake killed about WlOOO persons in the area last Sunday. Army engineers Friday night finished clearing away thousands of tons of rocks from landslides blocking roads after w o r k i ng around the clock through the w.eek. Air force planes dropped 11 tons of supplies Friday over the Huaylas corridor which runs down the central Andes, but the amount was almost insignificant compared with the need. Columns of smoke could be seen rising from improvised crematoriums in devastated villages after survivors set up communal funeral pyres to burn the dead. The action was taken to prevent outbreaks of tjphoid and dysentary. Cremation is usually frowned upon in heavily Roman Catholic Peru, but the sanitary burial of so many bodies was impossible. In Huaras, where an estimated p ersons were killed and injured, Retiring Must sell BOOMING laundry and dry cleaning business. Located in THRIVING Calgary community. Price terms. Phone Bud Mitchell, 253-60M and 269-8336. Don. 2722 JENKINS In loving memory of a dear son, Brandy Jenkins, w'no passed away June 6, 1969. So many times I have cried, If love could have saved you You never wTould have died. It broke my heart to lose you But you did not go alone, Part of me went with you The night God called you Home. remembered and sadly missed by his mother Ruth. 2723 POTOSKI In loving memory of our beloved son, brother and uncle Albert, who passed away June 6, 1967. Dear Albert, this month comes with deep regret, And brings a day we'll never forget. The blow was great, the shock severe, We little thought his death so near. Only those who have lost, can tell, The sorrow of parting without farewell. All others are taken, this we know, But he was ours and we miss him so. loved and remembered by mum, Staffie, Bill, Stephanie and Kathy. KOA (CAMPGROUND FRANCHISE A moneymaker! Largest International system of campgrounds, over 300 in operation, over 400 more planned. Proven system to success in [he phenomenal growth of outdoor recrealion. Excellent return for absentee investors. Kampgrounds ol America (Canada) Lid., Sixth Ave. S.W., Calgary 2, Alberta. Passed away in Winnipeg on Wednesday, June 3, 1970, Joseph, aged 44 years, cf Winnipeg and formerly cf Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros, Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. Royal Canadian Legion Pincher CreeV. Branch Mo. 43 invites tenders for floor coverings in the cluo room as follows: Bid No. 1, strip old flocr coverings, supply and Install Vi Inch plywood. Bid No. 2 Supply and Install "A" guage Inlaid linoleum (Battleship type canvas Floor area to be covered is 2000 square feet. Tenderers may bid on one or the other or as a complete job.1 Closing date is Midn'dht June 13th and bids ar.e to be addressed to the Secretary of the Royal Canadian Legion, Pincher Creek, marked on the outside (Tender for floor further Information contact the Stewart on duty or phone Leon Everts at 627-4191 or Edward Vlsser at 627-4077. PM Trudi Peking Ei TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) Former prime minister John Diefenbaker of Canada said Friday Prime Minister Trudeau 'Imav he getting cold feet" in his efforts to establish diplomatic relations with Communist Cliina. "The government has been meeting with Communist representatives in Stockholm for some nine Diefenbaker told an airport news confer, ence. "But there have been no Communist representatives at the talks for the last two Ire said. "I think Mr. Trudcau may be getting cold feet in the face of his welcome from Peking." Diefenbaker arrived on a one-week visit ot the invitation of the Nationalist Chinese. He is scheduled for an extensive round of meetings with Nationalist leaders in a trip believed aimed at Tnideau's China pol-Trudeau has declared his hopes of establishing relations with Peking. But the Stockholm talks Raps i mu On forts twcen the two countries have togged down, reports say, over' disagreements on the post-recognition status of Formosa, whose Nationalist Chinese government Canada now recognizes, "I believe it Is the government's position not to recognize Communist China if this means an admission of Communist sovereignty over this area Diefenbaker said. Communist Cliina claims Formosa as a part of its territory. Service station for lease by major oil company in the City of Lethbridge. For full particulars write Box 37, Herald. RE: ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 The following application for a development permit has been made lo the Municipal Planning in H 1 L Passed away in Victoria, B.C. on Saturday, May 30, 19YO, Mr. Harold George Russell, aged 83 years. Born in Lethbridge, Alberla and a resident of Colwood, B.C. for the past 18 years, late residence 606 Kelly Road, formerly of Lethbridge, Alberta. Survived by his loving wife, Lorenda at home; sons, Andrew Russell, Waterton Lake, Alberta; John Russell, Wellington, B.C., nine grandchildren; two great grandchildren; brother, Frederick Alexander Russell, Lethbridge, Alberta; sister, Mrs. Jessie Florence Maude Henderson, Lethbridge Alberta. Memorial service was held in the Langford Regular Baptist Church, 1026 Gold-stream Ave., Langford, B.C., Tuesday, June 2, 1970, at p.m., Rev. M. Moorehouse officiated. Flowers gratefully declined. Those so desiring may contribute to the Heart Fund, Suite 218, 620 View Street, Victoria, B.C. Arrangements by Sands Funeral Chapsl of Heather, Colwood, B.C. 2748 TOUROND Passed away on Friday, June 5, 1970, William Benedict Tout-end, aged 80 years, beloved husband of Helen Tourond of Pincher Creek. Born in Duck Lake, Saskatchewan, he came to Pincher Creek with his parents in 1906 where he completed his schooling. He worked as a teamster for fanners in the Pincher Creek district until retiring in 1950. Mr. Taurojid served in the two World Wars, he was a veteran of Vimy Ridge and a life member of the Pincher Creek Canadian Legion Branch No. 43. Besides his wife he is survived by four sons, John of Sundre, Alta., Robert of Pincher Creek, Patrick and James of Turner Valley; four daughters, Mrs. Chester (Kathleen) Beagle, Calgary, Mrs. Victor (Elmire) Sulava and Mrs. Irvin (Lena) Gordin of Pincher Creek, Mrs. Edward (Marjorie) Wrigtle-worth of Duncan, B.C.; 32 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren; one brother Dave and one sister, Elmire Gladstone both of Pincher Creek. The funeral service will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church on Monday, June 8, at p.m., Rev. J. Weisgerber officiating. Interment in Fairriew Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in Eden's Funeral Home on Sunday, at p.m. Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home, Ltd., Pincher Creek. HUSKY OIL LTD. SERVICE STATION AND RESTAURANT For lease In beautiful British Columbia at SalmD. Gasoline and diesel fuel distributed making this unit attractive to sll classes of highway traffic. Basic cafe and station equipment furnished. Ideal husband and wife business- venture. Approximate investment required, For additional information write: D. J. KOOPMAN HUSKY OIL LTD. 2510 16th Ave. 5. Lethbridge, Alberta TO CREDITORS THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE PRIMROSE, by an Order dated the 9th day of March, A.D. 1970, directed that Montana Mustard Seed Company (Canada) Ltd., (hereinafter referred to as "the said be wound up under the provisions of the Companies Act being Chapter 53 of The Revised Statutes of Alberta, 1955 and amendments thereto and by a further Order of the Honourable Mr. Chief Justice Milvain on the 25th day of May, A.D., 1970, it was direcfed that fhe creditors and all others having claims against the said Company file their claims with Peter Luzi, the Liquidator of the said Company on or before the 19th day of June, A.D., 1970, giving their names In full, addresses and occupations, and full particulars of their claims and statements of their accounts and the nature and amount of the security, if any, held by them, and the specified value, of such security verified by oath, and in default of filing such claim they will be excluded from the benefit of the windir.q-up. AND TAKE NOTICE THAT Monday, Ihe 22nd day of June, A.D., 1970, at 10-00 o'clock in the morning' before the presiding Honourable Justice In Chambers, has been fixed as the date, time and place for hearing the report of the Liquidator in respect of Ihe claims of the creditors and others filed with, him pursuant to this Notice, and let all parties then attend. McLAWS COMPANY Baristers and Solicitors No, 600, 407 8th Avenue S.W., Calgary 2, Alberla, Solicitors for the Liquidator of MONTANA MUSTARD SEED COMPANY (CANADA) LTD. Ml 1408 9 Avenue A South. Place of Hearing: Council Chambers Hall. Time of Hearing: P.M. Date of Hearing: Wednesday, June affected by the said proposal has the right lo present 0 brief pVior to the hearing to be present 5nd be heard at the hearing. Persons requiring to be heard at the meeting shell submit briefs to the Development Officer not later than June 9, 1970. The application for development and supporting dala may be inspected in the City Hal" In the Office of the Development Officer. Date: June 1970 T. KANASHIRO Development Officer. BUSINESSMEN FARMERS SALESMEN Join: GROUP SEVEN GROUP SEVEN HAS A BETTER WAY: We can use1 Seven master, distributors. No more. When a multi-level company o versa tu rates a market. It becomes Us own worst enemy. GROUP SEVEN HAS A BETTER WAY: Don't oversaturate the market. In Holiday Maqlc, we aim to provide a service at a profit GROUP SEVEN HAS A BETTER WAY: Keep the profits up by keeping the number of distributorships down. Group Seven predetermines Its potential market and stays within Its bounds. We use Seven master distributors. NO more. WE THINK IT'S A BETTER WAY. Don't you? If you Interested In an EXTRA a year; with a secure future In your own part-time buslnes, loin GROUP SEVEN. Apply Box 45, Herald. You'll proud you did. JANITORIAL SERVICES Sealed tenderers marked "Contract No. 8076" are invited but must be received at the Olflce of the Supervisor Contract Administration, Alberta G overnment Telephones, Box 2411, 10M5 lOJIh St., 12th Floor, Edmonton, Alberta, not later than p.m. M.S.T., Monday June 29, 1970, for: Medicine Hat City to provide Janitorial Services, Including the supply ot labour, equipment and cleaning sup. piles at Medicine Hat Maintenance Centre and Medicine Hat Exchange. The contract shall be for a two year period, commencing August 1, 1970 and terminating July 31, 1972, inclusive. Each tender must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the value of ten per cent (107.) of the tender. The successful tenderer will be required to provide a Performance Bond in the value ol 25 per cent of the contract. Bid sets may be obtained from H. K. Kellv, Supervisor Contract 229-2477, Edmonton, and are available to persons or tirms actively engaged In this line ol worK. The righl Is reserved to reject any or all bids. F. H. Dnblng Purchasing Agent Purple Officers Installed MASINASIN (HNS) District Deputy Helen Erdman of Granum officiated at the installation of officers of the that the ruins be set ablaze to burn an esimated bodies rotating beneah them. Huaras, one of the worst hit towns in the corridor, had a population of bsfore the quake. Military authorities warned Friday night that all letters would be shot, and a night curfew was clamped on the densely-populated region. The army ordered store owners to sell all essential goods, including food, clothing, medicine and building materials at price levels of last Dec. 31. Anyone found overcharging would face a prison term as well as a heavy 480 CONSTRUCTION KING By CASE Is now on sale at special prices THE TRACTOR Choice of gas or diesel engines Hydrostatic power steering steers like your family car Construction King quality THE BACKHOE High production backhoe Hand of foot controlled swing Cushioned boom swing No-Lag Hydraulics Construction Kins quality features and pciioimancei THE LOADER 2200 tbs, lift capacity Power -I'n'KRce more breakout, better buci-.e-l control Ccnstruclien King THE LANDSCAPER Your choice of box' scrapers, heavy-duty scarifiers and landscaping blades 9 With an optional hitch module you hook into more than 50 attachments SALES RENTALS RENTAL PURCHASE [ttENTflLS LTD.J Caleary 243-8600 Lethbridge 328-1701 Edmonton '484-5659 Red Deer 346-4425 Grande Prairie 532-8897 Hay River, N.W.T. 874-6758 BUILDING 'CONSTRUCTION SEALED TENDERS marked "Contract No. 5146" are invited but must be received at the office of the General Manager, Alberta Government Telephones, Box 2411, 10004 104th Avenue, 25th Floor, Edmonton, Alberta, not later than p.m. M.S.T. Thursday, June 18, 1970, for: Estimates' 850547, 850548, 650549, flnd 850550 at Raymond, Magrath, Picture Butte and Monarch Junction to replace the exslsting Ventilation and Heating Systems, consisting of the supplying and installing of a Mechanical Cooling Filtering and Heating System for the Equipment Area. Completion date shall be July 24, 1970. Plans and Specifications may be obtained from the office of the Supervisor, Contract Administration, Purchasing Department, Alberta Government Telephones, Box 2411, 10025 106th Street, Floor, Edmonton, Alberta and are available to Contractors operating in the Province of Alberta on deposit of a Fifty Dollar (S50.00) Certified' Cheque, which will be refunded if Plans and Specifications are returned to this office within Fourteen days after closing date of tenders, otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit. Each tender must be accompanied by a bid Bond in the value of 10 per cent of the Tender. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a Performance Bond and a Labour Material Payment Bond, each in the value of 50 per cent of the Contract. Plans end Specifications have been placed In the Construction Associations at Edmonton, Calgary, Medicine Hat and Lethbridge for the use of Sub-Contractors. All inquiries regarding Ihe work of this Tender shall be directed to Engineering Supervisor of Building Construction, Phone 329-1366, Edmonton. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. J. W. Dodds General Assistant installing 74 IQANS was Past Honored Royal Lady Dorthea Berringer with PHRL Beverly McCoy acting as secretary pro-tern. Officers i n s t a 1 led includec immediate past Honored Roya Lady Irene Balog, Honored Royal Lady Mille Fiest, Associate Royal Lady Karen Osteji-berg, Loyal Lady Florence Gouw, Lecturing Lady Lillian Szarko, secretary Ivy Rivers, treasurer Vonda Tolley, chaplain Dorothy Sasse, conductress Mary Baczuk, inner guan Jennie Thompson, outer guart Margaret O'Donnell, pianist Roweena Kuhl, historian Frances Mueller, one-year trustee Annie Martin, two-year trustee Christine Thompson and three-year trustee Mildred Thompson. The District Deputy presented IPKEL Balog with a bar added to her jewel, a jewel for five-year secretary pin to Christie Thompson and an amethyst for pianist jewel to Roweena SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331. The widest facility available. We consider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. DEER COLLEGE REQUIRES A COUNSELLOR .n, rsw lion given to director of Student personnel PSvSp ob e. PC Hculorly o. .he high school end col ege levels. tics, obility work performance, should be submitled by June 15, 1970 lo: THE PRESIDENT, RED DEER COLIEGE, RED DEER, AlBERTA In the even! of a moil itoppage, interested applicants may call the collegu collect. RED DEER MORTGAGE loans available on farms, homes, hotels, motels, commer c 1 a 1 buildings and Industrial properties located anywhere In Alberta. Fast, cordial, confidential service, at competitive rates. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7lh St. S. Phone 32B-554S. THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBR1DGE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JANE GIBB STAFFORD, DECEASED TAKE NOTICE that all persons -laiming to be entitled to a share of the Estate of the above named deceased who died intestale on or aboul the 23rd day of March, A.D_., 1925, at the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, must file with the undersigned solicitors, proof by way of Affidavit or otherwise of their claims as beneficiaries on or before the 1st day of 'FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after that date, the Administrator proposes to apply to the for an Order directing distribution of Ihe Estate. Further particulars may be obtained from (he undersigned solicitors. IVES AND QFFET, P 0. Box 728, Alberla, Solicitors for Canada Trust Company, Administrator de bonis non of the Estate of Jane Glbb Stafford. Approved C. YANOS1K Judge of the Surrogate MORTGAGE FUNDS If you want to borrow a large amount of money over a tono period of time for the purchase of a home, for renovations or any other purpose, call C.A.C. Realty Limited. Loans are amortized for as Ipng as 15 years with a guaranteed renewable Term. No bonus or hidden cost. Interest Is calculated seml-annually (not In advance) on the declining balance. For any amount from to or more, visit or phone C.A.C. REALTY LIMITED A SUBSID1AP.Y OF CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED College Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 326-2331. Care Plan Urged By GLENNIS ZILJI EDMONTON (CP) 75 Company Earnings Drop CALGARY (CP) Scurry-Rainbow Oil Ltd. today reported a 19 per cent drop in net earnings in the six months ended last March 31, to from in 1969. The Calgary based company said in an interim report that increased deplet i o n charges and' higher abandonment costs on mining properties were responsible for the lower earnings. Gross revenue was up seven per cent to from Scurry Rainbow said a feasibility study indicates that a coal mining operation is feasible in the Elk River area of British Columbia. Markets were being sought for the metallurgical coal deposits, owned equally by Scurry Rainbow and MoiTison-Knudsen Co. Inc. Scurry Rainbow said indications are that property in the Blairmorc area of southwestern Alberta contains large volumes of coking coal. Exploration will attempt to locate sufficient tonnage to enable Scurry Rainbow to offer long term supply contracts to steel nulls in Europe and DEER COLLEGE REQUIRES VICE-PRESIDENT This Is a senior administration position in a rapidly expanding college located on an attractive new campus. Applicants must possess a minimum of a Master degree Preferably in education administration. A doc orate would be an asset. Previous experience at the instructional or administrate level at a Junior College would bo highly desirable; however, administrative experience at a senior level of education is essent a Duties to be arranged in consultation with the president and would .nvolve curriculum and institutional research. Salary commensurate will education and experience. However, applicants are requested to slate salary expected. Duties to commence July 1, 1970, or as soon thereafter POFSu'rlno'r information may be obtained fay calling the President at 346-3376. Applications for the above position, including a curriculum Vltae, transcripts of university record, as well as six references pertaining to personal characteristics, ability and work performance, should be submitled by Juno IS, 1970 10: THE PRESIDENT, RED DEER COLIEGE, RED DEER, ALBERTA In the event of a mail stoppage, Interested applicants may call tho college CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd Jobs. Phone RUMPUS ROOMS, CEMENT DRIVES and walks, fence repairs. Phone 315-4684. TO TENDERERS THE COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO. 26 Sealed Tenders for the supply of asphallic material and the construction of asphaltic hot mix surface for the County of Lethbridge No. 26- ad-dressed to Ihe office of tho Secretary-Treasurer, Lethbridae, Alberta, will b9 received up to Noon M.5.T., June M. The following approximate quantities are Involved: I. Asphaltic Plant Hot Mix Surface Course, No. 1, Class JA' Material 2Vi Inches deep. tons 3. Hauling of Asphaltic Hot Mix ton miles Copies of the drawings and specifications may be obtained from the Calgary or Lethbridge Offices of the Consulting Engineers upon a depostit of Fifty Dollars in cheque, made payable to fhe Engineers. Tenders must be accompanied by a Certified Cheque or Bid Bond In fhe amount of Ten Percent of the Tender Price, payable to the County of Lefhbridge No. 26. Tenderers are required to supply a Consent of Surety Form in an amount equal to Fifty Percent of tno Contract sum. The owner reserves fhe right to waive informalities In, or reject any or all Tenders, or to accept the tender deemed most favourable In the interest of the Owner. W. R. MAD1LL, Secretary-Treasurer, County of Lethbridge No. U, Lethbridqe, Alberta. UNDERWOOD 'McLELLAN ASSOCIATES LIMITED, Consulting Profeslonal Engineers.. JOl Mayor Maqrath Drive, Lethbridqe, Alberta, and 3540 Kensington Road H.W., Calgary Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS London Lord Francis-Williams, 67, a former national newspaper editor and government advisor' whose autobiography Nothing so Strange was published this week. Florence, Italy Roberto Longlii, 80, a noted Italian art lu'storian and former professor at Florence University. New York Menasha Skul-nik. 78, who delighted audiences of the Yiddish theatre and the Broadway stage with portrayals of the little man who always got pushed around. Ducsscldorf Maj. A. D. Waldcmar Pabst. 89, one of the men accused of being responsible for the 1919 murders of left-wingers Rossa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht. Washington Gen. Clifton B. Catcs. commandant of the United Slates Marine Corps from IMS to 1952. Ottawa Dr'. Donald M. Sutherland, 90. former defence minister in the Conservative government of K, B, Bennett in of hospital services to provide greater health care for the community could mean a reduction in the number of patients who have to be admitted to hospital, savs Dr. B. L. P. Bios-seau, executive director of the Canadian Hospital Association. Dr. Brosseau, commenting on the association's tlu'ee-day annual meeting which ended Friday, said the CIIA has accepted the concept that the hospital must provide total patient care. "It must extend its services into the community through ou -patient clinics and home care programs." These pi'ograms will be much cheaper lo run, Dr. Brosseau said. "If you can treat a patient now cared for in a SIO-a-day hospital bed by out-patient care at about a day, that's CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, sidewalks. Prompt service. Reasonable rates. Phone 323-7905. CARPENTRY, CEMENT WORK. BE-lore holidays. Phone 327-4998, after p.m. BORGE RAVEN 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3W. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phona 327-8286. ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. WEEPING TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, 'alterations. Phone J and J. Custom 3-15.-' 630, 32B-3S70. GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sornnson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 317-6682. C7377-H ELECTRICAL Reasonable rales. Bob Alwwd. 327-2954. HOTEL SHOE SHINE OPENS TODAY Drop in for Expert Shov NEW FENCES, SIDEWALKS, DRIVE-ways; new lawns, rotfitillilig or 'complete package deal at reasonable rates. Phone 327-0633 or 328-7534. WF HAVE A BACKHOE TO DIG: Driveways, basements, move trees will pavo driveways. We also haul gravel and top soil. Phone 327-UJ3 before S p.m., 337-3347 ;