Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, Jun. IS, 1973 THE LETHMIDCI HERALD 23 65 HELP WANTED QUALIFIED BUTCHER REQUIRED FOR MEDIUM SIZE STORE. Must be able to meet public. Apply In person or write Currle Foods, 1516 9th Ave. S. Phone 327-2044. CJ4-16 BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, MAIN BRANCH, EXPERIENCED PART-TIME TELLER FOR MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS. PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON. CW3S-14 PART-TIME HELP FOR THURSDAY and Friday night and all day Satur- day. Men's clothing experience .pre- ferred. Apply to English and Scotch Woollen Co., Centre Village Mall. C9993-19 OPENINGS IN COALDALE, RAY- rnond and Lethbridge. Live good life the Avon way. Earn money for a dishwasher, color TV The "luxur- ies" that make life easier. Sell famous AVON products in your free time. Call: 328-7424 or write Mrs. M. Scott, 1514 23rd Ave. S. C44-20 EXPERIENCED Alternator, gen- erator, regulator and starter repair electrician with some air cooled engine repair knowledge to work in well known established business. State experience and wages expected to Box 592, Leth- bridge. C9860-tf Journeyman Mechanic Required by modern equipped shop. Full company Apply Service Manager Beny Oldsmobile 2nd Ave. 8th Street S. Lethbridge CAREER OPPORTUNITY HEAVY-DUTY TRUCK MECHANIC REQUIRED FOR LETHBR'DRE TRUCKING OPERATION Hydraulic and weldina experience ore- ferred but not a must. Liberal com- pany benefits including excellent health plan. Phone 328-6355, for Wayne. C9970-18 65 HELP WANTED PART TIME STEWARD STEW- ardess. Phone 454-2981 or write pals Dunn, Vauxhall Legion by June utn-.g WANTED SALES REPRESENTA- tive with opportunities for further ad- vancement. Call John, 327-4582. 4452-20 SALES CLERK PART TIME SHIFT work. Must be neat. Minimum age 30. Some experience helpful but not es- sential, send resume to Box 8, Her- ald. C43-15 Position As MANAGER TRAINEE Ideal career opportunity for aggres- sive person In one of Canada's fastest growing men's and boys' wear retail- ers. Grade XII education preferred. Previous experience not necessary. Apply In person to Mr. Wothersooon, Men's Wear, Woclco Department Store. 4425-16 HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED AT NEW motel now open. Experience preferred. Mayor Magrath Drive and 7th Ave. S. Phone 329-0100. REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY! Banquet and Dining Room Serving Hostesses not necessarv, we are to traln-cn-the-Iob. These are full or part-time year 'round jobs. Aoplv In oerson by aooointment onlv to- John Wieners, Family Restaurant, phone 328-7756. WANTED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS CEN- TRE CO-ORDINATOR for Taber Division. Applicant should be familiar with audio-visual eouloment ?nd Teachin" certificate not reouired. Salary negotiable. tions to be submitted by June 22 to: JAMES L. GOERGE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS BOX 1239 TABER, ALBERTA C27-U fWO CERTIFIED NURSING AIDES equired for 35 bed active treatment ospital, 200 miles northwest of Ed- monton. Salary schedule as recom- mended by A.C.N.A.A. contract. Aoply in writing to Director of Nursing Valleyview General Hospital Box 353, Valleyview, Alta. CW30-15h REGISTERED LABORATORY TECH- NICIAN OR CERTIFIED COMBINED LABORATORY X-RAY TECHNI CIAN reauired by 56-bed fully-accred- ted hospital. Please write, giving de- ails of excerience etc., St. Vincent's Hospital Pincher Creek, Alberta C9996-15 ROUTE SALES AND SERVICE PFR- sonnel. Good workmq conditions, ex- cellent ODoortunitv for ocod earninas and advancement. Must be well groomed, bondable and have a current operator's licence. Minimum age 21 preferred. Apply in person to Canadian Linen Supply Co. Ltd. 1818 3rd Ave. S. C24-1S EATON'S REQUIRES Full Time SALES PERSON FOR CAMERA DEPARTMENT Company Benefits APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE 2ND FLOOR WEEK DAYS 2 P.M. TO 5 P.M. OR PHONE 327-8551 C23-16 CUSTODIAN REQUIRED The Board of the Taber R.C.S.S. District No. 54 invites applications for the position of Custodian of Schools. Applicant must be qualified In both cleaning and maintenance areas. Duties to commence on or around August 1, 1973. Salary and duties to nenofiated. Deadline for applica- tions set for 4 p.m. June 22, 1973. Aoply to: GARTH SMITH SECRETARY TREASURER TABER R.C.S.S. DISTRICT NO. 54 P.O. BOX 279 TABER, ALBERTA TOK2GO C60-16 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY RE- liable secretory receptionist in Pincher Creek. Must have general office training and pleasant telephone voice. Mast suitable for the career- minded. Write Box 148, Herald. JOURNEYMAN MECHANICS AND APPRENTICE MECHANICS REQUIRED BY LEADING FORD MERCURY DUAL-LINE DEALERSHIP IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA offer 35. hours per week guarantee per hour (Journeyman Status) hour work week "-Paid vacation Albert Health Care paid Canada Life paid cost remuneration schedule Contact Dan Lipinski Service Manager Phone 223-3537 SUPERIOR MOTORS Taber Ltd. BOX 1119 TABER, ALBERTA C25-16 Superintendent Of Schools Required The Taber R.C.S.S. District No. 54 invites applications for the position ol Superintendent of Schools with duties to commence on or around Septem- ber 1, 1973. This is a joint project of the following four Boards to hire a Superintendent whose duties will be split on a percentage basis for the four Boards: The Taber R.C.S.S. District No 54 The Bow island R.C.S.S. District No. 82 The Picture Butte R.C.S.S. District No. 79 The Coaldale R.C.S.S. District No. 73 Applicant must have ths following valid Alberta teaching certificate. years teaching experience In Alberta or in a school system of equivalent standard Bachelor of Education degree or equivalent from a University of Al- berta or from a university of equiv- alent standard pursued one year's graduate study in a field acceptable to the Minister either at a University in Alberta or at a university of equiva- lent standard. The four Boards combined have an approximate enrollment of stu- dents with a teaching staff of 58. Applicants shall reply in writing In- eluding complete resume of training experience, two or more references and expected salary. Applications to be received by the undersigned no later than 4 p.m. June 25th, 1973. Garth Smith Secretary Treasurer Taber R.C.S.S. District No. P.O. Box 279 Taber, Alberta TOK 260 OSITION AVAILABLE FOR LEGAL secretary with Ex- cellent working condition. Reel" Box 6, Herald. Personal interview ti arranged. C33-tf TWO REGISTERED NURSES RE- quired for genera! duiy for 35 active treatment hospital 200 miles northwest of Edmonton. Salary sche- lule as recommended by A.A.R.N. contract. Apply in writing to Director of Nursing _ Valleyview General Hospital Box 358 Valleyview, Alta. C9929-15h CAREER OPPORTUNITY Wanted Person to look after the accounting function in local office of company. The selected appli- cant will be experienced In payroll, ac- counts oayahle and other general fice duties. Must be able to work with ittle supervision. Good benefits. Sal- ary will be commensurate with ability. Phone 328-6355, ask for Wayne. Part time RECEPTIONIST TYPIST By Local House Builder General knowledoe rf office and sec- retarial work. Reply in confidence statinq experience, age and salary ex- pected. Minimum aqe 25. Write Box 3, Herald c i-tf Keypunch Operator NEEDED FOR LOCAL EMPLOYER. PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO EXPERIENCED OPERATORS. CONTACT NORMAN HEEBNER, CAN- ADA MANPOWER CENTRE, 419 7th ST. S. Cll-15 SECRETARY The City of Lethbridge requires SECRETARY for the period July 1st to November 5, 1973. SALARY S416 per month. Applicant must have pleasant appear- ance and personality, able to_ work with dictaphone and be proficient in typing. For further Information contact the PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Applications will not be accepted after June 20, 1973. CLERK STENOGRAPHER The City of Lethbridge requires s CLERK STENOGRAPHER to perform stenographic and clerical duties In the TREASURY DEPARTMENT. SALARY to monthly. Applicant should be proficient in typ- ing and have experience In clerical and stenographic work. For further Information and applica tion forms contact the PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Applications will not be accepted after June 19, 1973. C59-16 THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Invites Applications for SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST IN THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION DUTIES Handles Incoming tele phone calls, receives and directs vis itors, catalogues in the Dean's library performs microcopying, typing and other services. QUALIFICATIONS Speed and ac curacy in typing. Knowledge of filinct systems and familiarity with genera office procedures. Ability to meet the public. Application deadline June 20. Salary commensurate with qualifica tions and experience. Please contact the for applications. Personnel Office THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE 4401 University Drive Lethbridge, Alberta TIK 3M4 Phone 329-2276 C9977-1 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL PART TIME WAITER OR BARMAID Apply In person, Ed Phillips, Alex andra Hotel. GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURAN" requires waitresses waiters. Apply ii person. Henry 3282525. C9995-T EXPERIENCED required. Apply In person to Alexandra Restaurant. 328 5th Street S. TAP wanted. Permanen employment. Experience preferred but will train right person. Apply Mr Tamaol, Outrider Tavern, El Ran- CttM-UHcho Motor Hottl, after 4 p.m. C9979-18 68 DOMESTIC 'OUTHFUL PERSON TO BABYSIT ne child days for seven 'hone 327-4338. 4451-14 WANTED BABYSITTER FOR urnmer, three to five evenings per reek. Preferably In my home. 345-3949 IDY MIDDLE AGED HOUSEKEEP- r to of one child and house- lean. Live In. References preferred. 2B-Or.56. 4284-18 iABYSlTTER TO COME IN, WEEK ays. South side. Permanent. Rell- ble. Phone 328-3860, after 4 p.m. 69 FARM VANTED BEET LABOR. PHONE J45-41K. Adults only. WANTED .EXPERIENCED BEET workers. Phone 345-4505, evenings. 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. VICE-DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE J28-2867. THE MOON GLOWS Music for all occasions i PHONE DON CODY I AFTER 7 P.M. 78 LOST AND FOUND LOST _ CHILD'S HAND-KNIT FISH- erman knit sweater, 13ih St. N., June 12. Phone 327-5400. 4430-15 CHILD'S PET LOST, COALHURST area. American Eskimo dog, male. Eiqht months old. White. Reward of- fered. Phone 317-9817. 4428-16 LOST LAST WEEK SEALPOINT Siamese wearing black leather col- lar. North side behind Winston Church- Ill. Phone 328-0228. 4429-14 LADY'S BULOVA WATCH LOST ON 4th Ave. and 5th St. or area of Don Calder's Furniture Store Phonii 328- 1338 or 328-2581. Reward. 3504-tf 79 PERSONAL WE ARE FOUR LITTLE CHILDREN. Our daddy loves us. We need a mom. Our dad does not smoke or drink. He needs love and eomparrtonshio. Write box 2, Herald. 4332-19 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-8049 or 328-3244, after p.m. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 841, LETH- BRIDGE. ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 327- 4292; JEAN, 327-8340. 1684-tfh 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- CE COMPANY OF LETH- IRIDGE C3751-M FRED'S EAVESTROUGHING AND aintino. Interior and exterior decor- ting. "Free estimates. 328-1258. OUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL tubber stamps, corporate seals, aters, etc. Same day service 1233 S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf AUTHORIZED GENERAL ELECTRIC awn mower rebuilding service. Sarc Repair Ltd., 1011 3rd Ave. S. WANTED: Laboratory technologist, R.T. with C.S.L.T. for Creston Valley Hospital. Salary range to S791.50 depending on experience. Apply In writing, giving full particul- ars of qualifications to the under- signed. John H. S. Moffitt Administrator Creston Valley Hospital Creston, B.C. C64-23h MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes of washers and Irvers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers. rons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob DO large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. 27-4456. C7353-tf TOP SOIL AND WELL ROTTED MA- nure. Phone 328-3289. 2013-tf 71 TEACHERS WANTED Picture Butte Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 79 Requires for 1973-74 school term full time Junior Hiah School teacher for St. Catherine's School, Picture Butte. Apply to: Mrs. M. Wojtowicz Secretary-Treasurer Picture Butte R.C.S.S.D. No. 79 P.O. Box 85, Picture Butte Phone 732-4258. C66-18 EIGHT H.P. ROTOT1LLER FOR ast and efficient service. Phone 328- '389. i208-tf PINCHER CREEK ST. MICHAEL'S R.C.S. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 18 Applications are invited for the posi- tion of Principal of a 21-teacher schoo Grades one to 12, with teaching quail- Tications in French preferred. Apply in writing stating qualifcations, administrative and other experience to: MRS. A. E. SOUCY SECRETARY-TREASURER p O BOX PINCHER CREEK ST. MICHAEL'S R.C.S.D. NO. 18 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA. 65-18 RED DEER PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 104 Requires for September 1, 1973 Senior High BEAUTY CULTURE TEACHER BUSINESS EDUCATION TEACHER JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS PHYS. ED. DRAMA Elementary SPECIAL EDUCATION Please write for application to G H D a w e. Superintendent of Schools, 4747 53rd Street, Red Deer, Alberta. C73-16 Two Challenging TEACHING POSITIONS Are you interested In an opportunity to plan and implement a learning dis- abilities program? Then please submit applications In- cluding phone number to: Mr. W. Green Superintendent of Schools County of Lac Ste. Anne No. 28 Sangudo, Alberta Phone 1-785-2359 Applicant should have majored In spe cial education with courses In learning disabilities or have training In the techniqques of remedial and develop- mental reading. 4427-1 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Baby Centra 328-2509. 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT THE VARIETY MEN "Music For Everyone" DON JACKSON VOCALIST PHONE LEN 327-4817 OR DEL 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES BLACK MINIATURE MALE POODLE. Four years old. 4432-16 JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET-CLIP- ING SERVICE. FOR APPOINT- MENT PHONE 321-3763. 3126-tfh REGISTERED GERMAN SH0RTHAIR pups. Good hunting stock. Ready to Sir? In Fill. Phone 27MK8, i f, Jbeatks, Carets Of jkanL, 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES HOTEL COFFEE SHOP FOR LEASE. Good potential. Located at Vulcan, Alta. Phone 4W-2004. C45-1S FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP for rent. Phone 453-3182 or 453-3704, Cardston. FOR SALE BEAUTY SALON IN Blalrmore, Alberta. Excellent busi- ness. Phone 542-2744 days; WJ-2507 evenings. SMALL JANITOR BUSINESS GROS- sing per year. Only Janitor se- vlce In the area. Phone 425-7252 or write Box 714, Sparwood, TRUCK CAMPERETTES DEAL- ers wanted for Lethbridge and area. Made out of Marine Duck material, these camoerettes are sturdy and only weigh 52 Ibs. Retail from to Mod-U-Fab Shelter Systems, F o r t Macleod. 3850-30 DEATH HAMILTON John Paol, >assed away suddenly on Tu- esday, June 12, 1973 at the age of 24 years near Watson Lake n the Yukon, son of Mr. and rs. J. D. Hamilton of Card- ston. He was on route to Al- aska being posted there with the U.S. Army. Funeral ar- angements will be announced when completed. CHRISTEN- SEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C82 THEATRE AT FOREMOST. CHOICE location on main street. Will consider selling building without equipment or leasing front office (suitable 'or beauty sa'lon, etc.) Phone 327-0651, after 4 p.m. Nick Wolfe. 3277-26J Business building for sale or lease, centre of Main Street, Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. r 7843-tt BUSINESS BUILDING FOR LEASE ON main street Taber. Space available A.OOO so. ft. or sq. ft. One year Id, fully air conditioned. Located be- ween well established food store and hardware store. Large parking lot. Seasonable rent, immediaie occupancy, ubject to arrangement with present ennant. Reply to Roy How, How's GA, Box 2019, or phone 223-2342, Taber. 4109-22 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing: n small and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND NSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South, 28-3251 C7769-tf 84 GARDENING HAVE LAWN MOWER, WILL MOW rour lawn. Phone 328-2506. 4504-16 LAWNS AND ODD JOBS DONE, 'hone 327-4793. 4172-15 MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- ng. Call 328-2094. 7030-W ROTOTILLIN6, LANDSCAPING AND new lawns seeded. Phone 327-2595. 3600-tf ROTOTILI ING, LAWNS PUT IN, GENERAL LAWN AND GARDEN CARE. FREE ESTIMATES. PHONE 327-8063. 3108-22J DRIED GROUND MANURE, IN PLAS- tic bags S1.50 each. Free delivery. 'hone Coalhurst Greenhouse. 327-9530. 1585-tf WILL CUT LAWNS THROUGHOUT summer or white on holidays. Have own equipment. Phone 328-4108. 4530-21 PIONEER DIEPPE Blvd., phone 328-4701. Complete range of domestic underground sprinkler systems for established and new lawns. Free estimates. 4531-21 For Good Selection Bedding-Out Plants Apply Dan's Greenhouse 14 Mile East of Stockyards 3806-tf Chief Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone 328-0924 C9002-tf MOWERS Sales Parts and Service TORO-LAWN BOY TRADES ACCEPTED HEPP'S INDUSTRIES LTD. 327-2533 C9614-30J Stii! Available! EVERGREENS SHADF TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA. 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES HEALTHY STARTED T U R KEY poults Phone 234-3766, Fort Macleod. 2200-tf FARM FRESH YOUNG FRYERS AND roasters. Pan ready 50 cents per ib. Free delivery. Custom killina. H. Dyck. Coaldale, 345-3224. C9684-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES MOTHER AND THREE KITTENS TO be civen away. House broke. Phone 327-3389. 4433-16 THREE BIRD CAGES ONE WITH st.-fd for sale best offer. Call 327- 3243 4444-16 PEKINGESE AND POODLE CROSS ouopies male, female. 328- 7125, after 6 p.m. 4314-15 PUREBRED MALE MINIATURE eioht weeks old. Phone 732-4734, Picture Butte. 4431-16 FOR SALE GERMAN shorthair pups. each. Full grown female. Good for breeding. Phone 739 2259, Enchant. 4313-V TETRAS, BARBS, RASBORAS, Cl chlids, and Pirana. We have them al at B G.'s Pet and Fish Emporium 118 8th St. S. -1250-15 ONE FIVE-GALLON AND TWO TEN gallon aquariums for sale with fish plants and accessories. Phone 327-8248 between 8 a.m.-12 noon. 4453-K PIGEON LOFT CAN ALSO BE used for canaries, size 8x20 ft. What offers? Also singing canaries. 328- 6021 4454-16 FOR SALE PUREBRED GOLDEN Retreiver pups. Sired by the Canadl an Champion. Excellent pedigrees Phone 379-2111, BindloSS. FIVE BEAUTIFUL BOX TRAINED kittens Three males two females also one multi-colored female cat, to given away to good homes. Phone and District So- Cltty SU-7SM, rash injures meat seriously A 38-year-old Barons man is in serious condition in St. Mi- chael's General Hospital today after the car he was driving went into the ditch and hit two ;elephone poles. William John Clark was west- bound on Highway 61 near Etzi- kom, 25 miles east of Foremost, when he failed to negotiate a sharp carve and went into the ditch. Mr. Clark was the lone occu- pant of the vehicle. 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 C5214-M Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. College Mall, Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. owest Interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C9956-16 90 CONTRACTS WILL HAUL AWAY GARBAGE AND other refuse. Phone 327-1050, after p.m. 4401-16 FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- 5745 C1936.tt ALL ROOF ing specializing In chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cement finishing stuc- coing, fireplaces, house raisinq and moving. 328-0266. C8745-tf FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. MIS cellaneous building. sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 328-3983 24SOA-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf CEMENT WORK WE SPECIALIZE in sidewalks, driveways, patios, etc. Free Phono 327-5010, after 5 p.m. 4362-16 PUBLIC NOTICES IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE NOflCE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of LUCY OLMSTEAO COON, late of the Citv of Lethhridqe in the Province of Alberta, Widow, who died on the 31st day of May, A.D. 1973. Take notice that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with The Royal Trust Company by the 20th day ol Julv, A.D. 1973. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. HUCKVALE, WILDE AND KRUSHEL 3rd Avenue South Lethoridtje, Alherta Solicitors for the Executors The Roval TrustComoany 740 4th Aventre South Lethbridqe, Algeria And Harriet Elizabeth Purdy 2421 13th Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta Jot GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA PUBLIC SALE OF LANDS (THE TAX RECOVERY ACT, R.S.A. 19701 MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF CARDSTON NO. 6 Notice is herebv given that, under the provisions of The Tax Recovery Act the Municipal District of Cardston No 6 will offer for sale by public auction in the office of the Municipal District of Cardston No. 6, at Cardston, Al berta, on Thursday, June 28th, 1973 at the hour of a.m. the following lands: _ Pt of Sec. Sec. Twp. Roe. M N.E. 5 5 21 N.W 5 5 21 NE 23 3 25 Pt.'N.E. 23 3 25 Pt. N.W. 23 3 25 NW 25 1 26 SW" 25 1 26 NW 26 1 26 SE 26 1 26 Pt. N.W. 5 S 27 Pt S E 35 2 28 Hamlet of Leavitt Lots Block Hamlet of Roanoke Heights Lot 1 Hamlet of Jefferson Lot Block Parcel Jefferson Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to the approval of the Mlniste of Municipal Affairs, and subject to-a reserve bid and to the reservation and conditions contained In the exist Ing certificate of title. may be effected by pay ment of all arrears cf taxes and cost- at any time prior to the data of the Dafed at the Municipal District of Cardston, In the Province of Alberta this 4th day of May, 1973. R. W. LEGGE, Secretary-manager. PUBLIC NOTICES FOR SALE BY TENDER The Taber Scheol Division No. offers or sale by tender a 28 foot by 72 foot ong duplex teacherage situated in the Village of Hays, Alberta. No. 1 suite has three bedrooms, kitchen, living room, bathroom and utility-furnace room. No. 2 suite has two bedrooms, tifchen, living room, bathroom and utility-furnace room. The building must be moved, foundation remov- ed, the" sight cleared and levelled within thirty days of the sale. The successful buyer must deposit with the Secretary Treasurer which will be returned it the moving, ciear- ng and levelling has been done with- n the specified time to the School Board's Satisfaction. The highest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. Closing date of this tender Is 1 o'clock July 4, 1973. -or further information contact: William Malinsky P.O. Box 1239 Taber School Division No. 6 Taber, Alberta J4o DEATH SOBENSON-Emma Maude, passed away in Lethbridge on Thursday, June 14, 1973 at the age of 73 years, beloved wife of Andrew Sorenson of Ray- mond. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Parley P. VanWagner, early pioneers to the Raymond District. She married Andrew Sorenson on December 6, 1919 at Sweetgrass, Montana and she continued to live at Ray- mond until her passing. She iked sewing, gardening, paint- ing and especially photography with her favorite subjects be- ng children and pets. She was a very patient person demon- strated by her ability to teach a Magpie to talk. She loved na- ture and life. She leaves to mourn her passing besides her loving husband Andrew, two daughters, Mrs. Kaye (Billie) Bullock of Taber and Mrs. Audrey Dewar of Calgary; four Trandchildren and one brother Lynn VanWagner and one sis- ter Grace Swan, both of Los Angeles, California. Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 16, 1973 at p.m. in the Taylor Stake Chapel, with Bishop James D. Bridge officiating. Interment will fol- ow in the family plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their re- spects prior to the service. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C83 GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS FISH AND WILDLIFE DIVISION SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to a.m. Mountain Daylight Saving Time, July 2, 1973 to supply under charter the fol- lowing aircraft in connection with fishery survey, (a) one HHIer 12E helicopter or equivalent (b> experienced pilot and aircrew to pilot and maintain the aircraft. Operations to be in the Province of Alberta from the 1st day of August, 1973 to the day of August, Any successful bidder, prior to effective date of an agreement, must obtain from the Air Transport Com- mittee, permission to operate through- out the Province of Alberta without regard to protective bases. PUBLIC OPENING of tenders wll_ take place in the office of M. J. Paetz, Chief Fishery Biologist, Natural Resources Building, Edmon- ton, Alberta, at p.m. Mountain Daylight Saving Time, on the 9th day of July 1W3. Tenders must be submitted on the forms provided by the Director. Ten- der forms, aircraft and crew specifica tions, blank agreement and sdditiona Information may be obtained from the Chief Fishery Biologist, Fish and Wild life Division, Department of Lands and Forests, 624 Natural Resources Building. Phone 22V-4461. The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. G. R. Kerr DIRECTOR OF FISH AND WILDLIFE Room 624 Natural Resources Building Edmonton, Alberta T5G 058 J51 GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A M. on Thursday, June 28, 1973, fo the construction of the following work (1) Project S. R. 964 Jet. Hwy 2 to W. of Hines Creel Mile 0.00 to Mile 19.25 Project S. R. 682 Jet. S. R. 964 (S. of Gage) to Fair view Mile 15.00 to Mile 19.12 Crushing and Stockpiling Grave for Oil Treatment Approximate Quantity: Cubic Yards (2) Project S. R. 632 Edmonton City Limits to Jet. S. R 794 Mile 0.00 to Mile 8.10 Project S. R. 794 Jet. S. R. 632 to Vilienevue Mile 0.00 to Mile 6.96 Asphaltic Concrete Base-Pavemen Approximate Quantities: Tons Asphaltic Concret Ton Miles Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Con struction Engineer, Highways Build ing, Edmw'ton, Alta., the office of th District Engineer, 4020 Bownsss Road N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the offic of the District Enqlneer Administra tion Buildingv Lethbridge, Alberta and will be available only to Individu als registered and operating In th Province of Alberta, or to partner ships or corporations registered anc operating In and who have established a-fixed place of business in the Prov ince of Alberta. A Deposit of Twenty Five Dollars payable to th Provincial Treasurer, will be requiret for each copy of the Contract an Specifications taken. Each bid mus be accompanied by a marked chequ or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Ten ders will be opened In Public. Th lowest or any Tender not necessaril' accepted. V. E. McCune, Deputy Mnisiter of and Transport CARDS OF THANKS wish to thani my doctors, also nurses and all the other staff who were so good to me while in St. Mich- ael's Hospital on wing two east. Also to all my friends who vis- ited me with flowers and gifts and my cousins who phoned from Lindsay, Ontario. And all the lovely get well cards I re- ceived. God Bless you all. Degnegard 4509 NORMAN I would like to thank all those who made my month stay in the Municipa Hospital in Lethbridge so pleas ant with remembrance of flow ers, cards, T.V. and visits; also the salesman from Beny's who took me to the hospital. A spe- cial thank you to the doctors and nurses on staff. you. Clifford Norman 4507 TUDOR We want to thank all our relatives, 'friends anc neighbors for their help, cards and flowers in the recent trag edy of our darling Jackie, whoses, and had this country lone so without agreement with he U.S., the costs would have >een far higher. DEFENDS TREATY McNabb used cost figures supplied by the B.C. govern- ment itself in defending the 1961 reaty, even though it is Pre- mier Dave Barrett who has complained that "the Ameri- cans skinned us" on the deal. Barrett has asked Ottawa to seek a reopening of the treaty o provide his province with more money from the U.S. for downstream benefits as a result of the construction of the treaty dams in B.C. But Prime Minister Pierre El- liott Trudeau has indicated that 3.C. doesn't have a case, since t was the provincial govern- ment headed by former Pre- mier W. .A. C. Bennett which insisted on taking payment :rom the Americans in the form of cash rather than in >ower which is now so much more valuable than it was in the early 1960's. McNabb noted that according to figures made public by the B.C. government, the total ex- ftenditures on the treaty dams up to the end of 1972 came to million. Revenues, in- cluding downstream power and flood control benefits and ac- crued interest, amounted to million. This represents an overrun of million, compared to the million surplus which it was es- timated in 1964 Canada would receive under the deal to meet machining costs on Mica Dam. McNabb calculated that total expenditures to April of this year probably bring the overrun closer to million. But if Canada were to have developed the Columbia alone for power it would have cost about million to build Mica Darn, considered the corner- stone of Columbia power devel- opment. Therefore, the official con- cluded, Canada, by signing the Columbia River was not ratified until 1964 by this a net saving of about million. And this, he added, doesn't include the flood control benefits which re- sulted in B.C. Medicine Hat man jailed for 5 years MEDICINE HAT (CP) Harvey W. Eason, 26, of Medi- cine Hat was sentenced in Al- berta Supreme Court to five years imprisonment for man- slaughter. He pleaded guilty when ar- raigned before Mr. Justice Peter Greschuk. He was charged in the Feb. 23 death of his two-year-old son, Rodney. Court was told the boy had been beaten with a belt and a stick after he refused to obey his father. Man admits trafficking A 29-year-old Lethbridge man changed his plea to guilty on a charge of trafficking in LSD Thursday and was remanded to June 21 for sentencing. Gerald Wayne Deal was charged Dec. 8, 1971, but skip- ped bail "while awaiting trial last summer. He was arrested in Terrace, B.C. a month ago. DIAL BEFORE YOU DIG! CABLE LOCATION SERVICE WELL IN ADVANCE Dial "0" (Zero) and ask for Zenith 07128 (Toll Free) THANK YOU.