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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta at - THIIITHMIDOI HIRAID - Tuesday, March 33, 1971 401 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS HAGSTROM IMPALA GUITAR. REO-vltr 1300. Will ull lor $190. Phone 75JM04. �34S-� HARMONIUM ORGAN FOR SALE- Two manuals, full pedalj and blower. Phone 327-9MI. �293-M VOX CHURCHILL PA SYSTEM -Excellent condition. Phone 327-0341 6052-23 BRISCOE COMBO ORGAN . WITH built-in tremolo, single Keyboard. Used very little. Phone 321-5280, after 6 p.m. 6243-23 SPECIALS On Instruments of all types. MUSICLAND C3012-tf 42 TRUCKS FOR SALE 1M� INTERNATIONAL HALF TON. L.W.B. Overload, V-8, four speed, six Sly tires. Ideal for camping, $1,000. tS-1987. 6294-23 1940 FARGO HALF TON-1957 CHEV, four door. Both In good running condition. What offers? Phone 32S-2992, 6 to  p.m. 6295-23 54A LICENCED NURSERIES KRAOLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, tlx weeks to six years. Phone 32L283S. C6947-H 56 FARM HELP WANTED SINGLE MAN FOR DAIRY WORK-Flve miles north o> Canadian Dressed Meats..Phone R. H. Boulton, 321-5497. 6370-29 WANTED - BEET LABOURER, FOR 60 acres sugar beets. Tonnage contract, $4.50 ton. Write box 63, Herald. 6034-23 FULLY EXPERIENCED MARRIED or single man for mixed farm. Must be able to operate all farm equipment. Top wages to right man. Modern nome and facilities supplied. Write box 62, Herald. 6032-tf 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED LADY TO DO HOUSECLEANING ON regular basis. Phone 327-6927. 6303-23 WANTED - LADY TO STAY WITH elderly lady In Magrath. Box 113, Raymond. 61B7-25 1969 GMC CUSTOM CAMPER. V-8, radio, heavy duty wheels and tires, tc. Like new. Low mileage. Accept trade. Apply IIS Dieppe Blvd. 6267-23 MOVING, MUST SELL - 1963 CHEV-rolet half ton with camperetfe. Good rubber, radio, l.w.b. $460. Can be seen at Westslde Trailer Court. 6217-25 1961 FORD 100 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE. Overcab racks. Two extra tanks, 15 and 16 In. wheel. Will trade for wheat or cattle. Phone 897-2164. 6027-23 43 TRAILERS - CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT HOMEMADE TENT TRAILER, $100. Phone 328-3181. 6367-tf EZY-LIFT TRAILER HITCH-PHONE 328-4339, after 6 p.m. 6369-25 SOFTTOP TENT TRAILER FOR sale. Phone 328-5619. 6297-23 TWO 1969 OTTO RUSTLER TENT trailers, two 1970 Otto Rustler tent trailers. Phone 328-4015. 6352-29 1969 SIMPSONS SEARS SOFTTOP tent trailers. Excellent condition. Phone 328-4015. 6353-29 12x32 GLENDALE - A-1, $7,800 OR offers. Must sell before March 29th. 328-8588. 6354-25 SEVENTEEN FT. SCAMPER. EXCEL-lent condition. 1705 Lakeshore Road. Phone 328-2546. 6330-25 TENT TRAILER, IN GOOD CONDI-tlon. Very reasonable. 328-3513. 6296-23 16 FT. SHASTA TRAILER - SELF contained. Pressure system, refrigerator, stove and oven. Sleeps five. Good condition. 328-5411. 6368-29 CUSTOM  BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS, LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD., HIGHWAY 25 SOUTH. PHONE 327-1225 OR 327-8458. PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE._7323-tf IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE experts Install your Ezy-llft or frame hitch. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. C5151-tf COALHURST MOBILE HOMES PARK -Lots for rent. Mobile homes for SALE. Phone 327-3744. C1687-tf EIGHT FOOT CAMPER WITH PRO-pane refrigerator and stove with oven, electric or propane lights, $500. Phone 653-2162. 6298-23 THIRTY FT. GOOSE-NECK TRAIL-er .eight ft. wide, stock racks, two axles, single wheels. 10.5 x 16.5 tires, electric brakes. Phone business 328-7982, residence 327-5134. 6299-26 HIGHLANDER CAR CAMPER PLUS car (as a unit). Excellent condition. Fits In truck and over cartop, sleeps four. Propane, 110 volt, 12 volt. Reasonable. 1718 5th Ave. A N. 6141-tf 1965 GM HANDIBUS, FACTORY FIN-Ished mobile. Stove, sink, awning, radio, heater, extension top (six ft.), 110 volt. Top shape. Can be seen at El Rancho Service Station or phone 328-5403. 6028-23 PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; frailer servicing, storage and repair. Phone 328-4421. _ C2405-tf 44 AGRICULTURAL WANTED HUNDRED TO 150 TONS GOOD AL-falfa hay. In Lathbrldge area. Phone 327-9116._6054-23 45 AUTOS WANTED WILL TRADE BRAND NEW TV FOR 1960-65 car. Apply 1115 7th St. N. ^_6158-25 CASH PAID For used ears and trucks or will accept consignment. TOWN & COUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 328-3654 C3998-tf 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED HORSES WANTED - ALL TYPES and sizes. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry - Phone 328-2911. C3659-M DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phone 328-1336, Lethbrldge. 223-2567. Taber. C205-tf MR. FARMER - CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbrldge. _ C206-tf 49 MACHINERY WANTED WANTED - TWO OR FOUR J.D. beet planters. Phone 345-4226. 6270-22 GOOD PRIVATE TRACTOR - TWO speed transmission. M.F. 35 or 7 Particulars and lowest price, Box 1002, Creston, B.C. 6269-23 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED SMALL CEMENT MIXER. PHONE 327-9510. 6300-25 DIAMOND STRAW CHUTE, TO BUY or copy. Phone collect, 897-2164. 6030-23 CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI-tors, batteries. Highest prices. Var-zari Iron Ltd., 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-9342. C3147-tf HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals - steels and east Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6261 C9985-tf SCRAP IRON Coppers - Brass - Radiators - Batteries - Always paying more- NATIONAL SALVAGE 306 23rd St. North C64�-tf 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL BABYSIT IN MY NORTH SIDE home, on steady basis. Phone 328-7402. 5980-tf NEED A SITTER FOR HOLIDAYS? Registered nurse will give 24 nr. care, In her home, to children any age. Excellent references. Phone 327-4049. 6301-27 54A LICENCED NURSERIES JUNE'S NURSERY SCHOOL - CHIL-dren three to six years. Phone 328-8640, evenings. 4188-11 BABYSITTER TO COME IN, SHOP-pers' World area. Week days. Two small children. Phont 328-5783. 6302-26 MONEY, NEW FRIENDS, CHAL-lenges. Recognition, Achievement, importance. Belonging, the Glamor of the Beauty Business. All reasons why people en oy selling AVON. You can tool CALL 328-7424 or write Mrs. M. Scott, 2514 23rd Ave. S. C3952-23 58 MALE HELP WANTED WANTED - EXPERIENCED LEAD guitar player for western type music. 327-6119, after 6 p.m. 6271-26 WANTED - EXPERIENCED OFFSET press operator and camera man. Apply Paramount Printers, Lethbrldge. Phone 327-3287. C4057-M YOUNG MAN FOR WORK IN AUTO-motive machine shop. Some experience necessary. Write Box 76, Herald. C4055-25 LICENSED MECHANIC REQUIRED. APPLY DORGE'S HUSKY AUTO CENTRE. 1219 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 328-6932. 6245-27 WE REQUIRE WELDER WITH papers, able to set up small production and fabrication In local shop. Please state experience, past employer and wages expected. Reply P.O. Box 434, Lethbrldge. C3935-tf LETHBRIDGE SHOP REQUIRES Journeyman plumber for position of working foreman. Applicants should have experience In both commercial and residential work. Tendering experience an asset. Our staff know of this ad. Write box 66, Herald. C3962-23 AMBITIOUS PEOPLE WANTED We need ambitious people with the desire to start a Rawleigh Business of their own. You can be your own "boss" - no strikes - no layoffs - no dismissals. You make alt the profits. Full or part-time openings. Write: Rawlelghs, Dept. C-71-19, 589 Henry Avenue, Winnipeg 2, Manitoba. C4054-30Ah APPLICATIONS FOR RECREATION director for County of Warner Northern Region for June, July and August. Please state qualifications and salary expected. Applications close April 6th. Send applications to Mrs. Elaine H. Palmer, Secretary, Box 205, Raymond Alberta. 6371-29 CLUB MANAGER FOR ELKS CLUB MEDICINE HAT Applicant should have administrative experience and must be conversant with all aspects of club management including Catering, Lounge and Canteen operations. Position includes medical benefits. Salary Is negotiable. All applications should be forwarded to Elks Club Executive, Private: Box 16, Medicine Hat, Alberta, before April 9, 1971. ALL REPLIES WILL BE KEPT IN STRICT CONFIDENCE 6173-25 NEW CAR SALESMAN Due to promotion we require one experienced new car salesman. Only those with proven work histories and a desire to earn an above average income need apply. Phone 223-3537 Larry Oliver General Sales Manager SUPERIOR Ford Mercury Taber, Alberta C3961-23 OWNER OPERATOR Nation wide transportation company Is looking for an owner - operator with single axle tractor to operate pups from Lethbrldge - Coutts, to Calgary and return to Lethbrldge daily. Operator would accumulate approximately 104,000 miles per year at 28c per mile. Operator must be 28 years of age with good character references and safe driving record. REPLY TO: KINGSWAY FREIGHTLINES LTD. 212 24th St. N.E. Calgary 62, Alberta 6111-24 EXPERIENCED AND AGGRESSIVE CARPENTER FOREMAN NEEDED COMPANY MEN ONLY NEED APPLY Must be able to lay out all phases of work and supervise sub-trades If needed. Year - round work. Will pay better than going wages and benefits for right man. Room and board and company truck supplied. FORMING CARPENTERS ALSO NEEDED PROJECT: STANDOFF KINDERGARTEN STANDOFF, ALTA. Phone 737-3762 After Wednesday or call Mr. Bell at Edmonton 479-2890 days Evenings 777-2347 C4063-29 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells you how. Phone 328-3636, Columbia School of Broodcostlng. 9175-tf 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST - Male Sealpolnt Siamese cat. Answers to the name of Tao. Vicinity of 6th St. S. and between 15th and 16th Ave. 328-7427, after 6 p.m. 6135-24 66 PERSONAL ANYONE INTERESTED IN MAKING S5, watching a Filter Queen demonstration, phone 328-4292. 6136-24 THE A.I.D. CENTRE - PHONE 327-7323. AN INFORMATION-REFERRAL SERVICE. C3689-31 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wlfh a drinking problem. Phone 127-8049 or 328-3246, tier 7:30 p.m. 59 MALE - FEMALE HELP WANTED CHIEF ACCOUNTANT Plans and direct* genaral accounting and budgetary control activities of the TREATY AND ABORIGINAL RIGHTS RESEARCH PROGRAM, and to perform responsible fiscal administrative work. Responsible for a variety of financial activities Including general accounting, claims and dlspersements, debt services, payroll services and property Inventory control, ate. Salary Negotiable. Employment ts commence April S, 1971. Final cloalng data for applications - March 29. Headquarters Office Stoney Indian Reserve Morley, Alberta Apply In writing to - The Executive Director Indian Association of Alberta 11710 Kingsway Avenue EDMONTON, Alberta S344-H 61 TEACHERS WANTED TABER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 6 regulres a SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS POSITION: An Executive Officer of the Board to carry out policies of the Board. QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must have the following minimum quail ficatlons: (a) a valid Alberta Teaching Certlfl cate (b) five year* teaching experience In Alberta or In a school system of equivalent standard. (c) a degree from a University In Alberta or from a university of equivalent standard (d) have pursued one year's graduate study In a field acceptable to the Minister either at a University In Alberta or at a university of equivalent standard SALARY: To be determined considering qualification* and experience. COMMENCEMENT DATE: To be arranged, but approximately June 1st, Closing date for application: April 2, 1971. Applications should Include  complete resume of training and experience, references, and salary expected, and forwarded to: Superintendent Selection Committee Taber School Division No. 6 Box 1239 TABER, Alberta C4036-lh 66 PERSONAL BEER EQUIPMENT, LIQUOR EQUIP-ment and bartending for all occasions. Banquets, weddings, stags, etc. Prices are reasonable. Phone Doug at office 327-2895, home 327-7904; Steve at home 327-5132. 6331-5 HYPNOSIS ACCEPTING LIMITED NUMBER OF CLIENTS. RELAX, END NERVOUS TENSION, OVERCOME BAD HABITS. LEARN SELF HYPNOSIS. PHONE 328-8696. 6174-25 PREPAID KODACOLOR FILM PROCESSING 12 Exp. - $2.99 20 Exp. - $4.49 36 Exp. - $7.49 Phone 328-1704, 24 hours. Free pickup - Delivered to your door. 5234-31m 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 328-7362. 6394-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL- Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SINGER machines, competent adjustments to all other makes. Free home estimate. Phone 327-2243. Singer Co. of Canada, College Mall. C3597-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vlces on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Phone 327-4456. C/353-tf 70 GARDENING WELL ROTTED MAURE AND TOP soil. Phone Victor Bzdell, 328-3289, before 8 a.m. or after 5 p.m. 6012-tf FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR. GEON - CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2094. 5739-tf P AND M LANDSCAPING Complete landscaping services. Trees and shrubs pruned. Phone 328-2196, after 5 p.m. 5628-22 ECONOMY TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING - Under Winter Works Program, we are now able to trim trees and hedges very economically. Call us for free estimate-327-2641. CB72-K SAVE 50% AND MORE BUY YOUR GARDEN SEEDS IN BULK1 Bulk garden seeds Certified seed potatoes Local perennials Lawn and flower seeds Onion sets plus fertilizers Peat moss plus potting soil When. It comes to gardening See us First and Save I LETHBRIDGE FARMERS MARKET 111 7th St. S. "Southern Alberta's Original Market" Across from Gait Garden-Downtown C3924-15my 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRYERS AND ROASERS. HELLMUTH Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. C3300-tf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUREBRED GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies for sale. Phone 328-1283. 6163-25 PUREBRED MALE GREAT DANE, 2Vi years. Papers can be obtained. Phone 328-3517. 6247-23 DOBERMAN TERRIER - SIX months. All shots. Three pick - up electric guitar. Phone 328-2129. 6304-23 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SLAUGHTER HOUSE AND MEAT business for sale, located prosperous southern Alberta town. High volume meat processing and curing. Will accept city property In trade. Only serious buyers need apply. Write Box 71, Herald. C3985-27 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CONFECTIONERY - GOOD LOCA-tlon. Phone 327-3461. 6137-tf WANTED TO LEASE - A SERVICE Station. Have four year* experience. Phone 328-7869. 6373-29 COUPLE WANTED TO RENT HOTEL - With management. Suite and roams only. Good offer to reliable couple. Phone 653-3182, Box 100, Cardston. 6318-27 A 1500 CASH OUTLAY Can bring you In a class of 113,000 annually. Not a sale* or franchise program. We manage your Investment for you on a money back basis. Write Box 77, Herald. 6372-30 ATTENTION HAIRDRESSERS Thriving beauty school for sale - Operating at capacity. Train your own future shop hairdresser employees. Reasonably priced. Write Box 55, Herald, for full particular*. C3937-29 FOR SALE - 12 SUITE APART-ment In Claresholm. Low down payment to mortgage. Sound Investment. Reason for selling, owners moving away. Write Box 90, Vulcan, Alberta. 6013-26 74 LOANS it INVESTMENTS. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Malt Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial propert I e s. Farm* and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest rates available. First and second mortgage*. C4046-27 HOMEOWNERS Get the MONEY YOU NEED to -PAY OFF OLD DEBTS AND REDUCE MONTHLY PAYMENTS -DO HOME REMODELLING -MAKE MAJOR PURCHASES SUCH AS A NEW CAR, BOAT OR TRAILER. For fast service and favorable term* on mortgage loans call - AVCO FINANCIAL SERVICES 309 6th Street South, Phone: 327-3107 M44 75 CONTRACTS PAINTING - TOWN AND COUNTRY. Reasonable retes. Phone 327-9768, 327-9679. 6189-1 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE - NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. C1936-tf FRED STEINER - CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, frei estimates. Phone 327-8286. C3661-tf BORGE RAVEN - 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C6319-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf PUBLIC NOTICES PROVINCE OP ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be recelv-ed by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Monday, April 5, 1971, for the construction of the following work: Project 42.96C-2 S. of Hendrlckson Creek to Muskeg Cabins, Mile 50.62 to Mile 65.52 Grading, Gravel Surfacing, and Other Work, Approximate Quantities, 1,525,000 Cubic Yards of Excavation 18,000 Cubic Yards of Gravel Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Hlg h w a y s Building, Edmonton, Alberta the office of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethb r d g e, Alberta, and will be available only to Individuals registered and operating in the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating In and who have established a fixed place of business In the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00), payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken, and for grading pro|ects profiles will be supplied upon a further deposit of Twenty Five Dollars ($25.00). Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10 per cent of Tender. Tenders will be opened In public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted L. H. McManus, Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport M60 CONSTRUCTION OF PARKNG LOT AND DEMOLITION OF EXISTING AL-r-- BERT A LIQUOR tojUlllMfV CONTROL BOARD STORE, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Sealed tenders addressed to the Deputy Minister of Public Works for "Construction of Parking Lot and Demolition of Existing Alberta Liquor Control Board store, Lethbrldge, Alberta" will be received up to 2 o'clock p.m. Mountain Standard Time, Thursday, April 15, 1971 at Room 494, Department of Public Works, Terrace Building, Edmonton 6, Alberta. Plans, Specifications and Tender Forms may be obtained on application to the Contracts Branch, Department of Public Works, Terrace Building, Edmonton and will be available to Contractors on deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00) which will be refunded when Plans and Specifications are returned to this Department prepaid, complete and In good order not later than fourteen days after closing date of tenders, otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit. Each tender must be accompanied by (a) a certified cheque or bid bond in the amount of not less than S500.00; OR (b) a certified cheque for an amount of not less than 10% of tender or bid bond In the amount of 10% of tender. Certified cheques are to be made payable to the Provincial Treasurer. The attention of tenderers Is drawn to the "Public Works Act", Page 2, Clause 9, which refers to Forfeiture of Security. The successful tenderer will be required to provide a certified cheque or negotiable or properly assigned Government of Canada or Alberta Provincial Government Bonds for Ten Per Cent (10%) of the contract or a 50% Performance Bond. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders will be opened In public In the Department of Public Works Conference Room, Room 578, Terrace Building, Edmonton. S. E. Kenworthy, Deputy Minister of Public Works. M7I Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS BLACKFACE - Passed away in the city on Monday, March 22, 1971, Darryl, age seven months, beloved son of Seraphine Blackface of Leth-bridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Brothers Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C4067 SMITH - Passed away on Monday, March 22, 1971, Joseph Smith, aged 46 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Agnes Smith of the Pedgan Reserve. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Catholic Church, Brocket, Thursday at 10:30 a.m., Rev. P. Poulin officiating. Interment, Brocket Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. C4065 GRAY-Anna Brander, passed away in the city on Monday, March 22nd, 1971 at the age of 88 years, beloved wife of the late Robert Gray of Lethbridge. She is survived by a brother in Calgary. The remains have been taken to the Division of Morphological Science at the University of Calgary. Chris-tensen Salmon Funeral Home were in Charge of Arrangements. C4066 HALL - Passed away in the city on Sunday, March 21, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mr. William Luke Hall, at the age of 93 years, of 1838 7th Ave. N., beloved husband of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Hall. The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, March 24 in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with the Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, care of Canada Trust Building. Martin Brothers Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C4068 SEKURA - Passed away at Taber on Monday, March 22, 1971, Frank, of Taber, at the age of 63 years. Born at Sbko-lovac, Yugoslavia, August 1, 1907. He married in the Old Country February 5, 1931. They farmed in the Old Country until moving to Taber in 1938, where he farmed until the time of his passing. Survivors are his wife Elizabeth, Taber; two sons, Joseph and Frank, Taber; four daughters, Mrs. Karl (Elizabeth) Bandelow, Calgary, Mrs. Donald (Theresa) Maxwell, Calgary, Mrs. Blair (Mary) Wagner, Taber and Virginia Ann at home; one brother John, Taber; one sister Theresa, Yugoslavia; six grandchildren. Prayers will be said in Humphries Funeral Chapel, Taber on Tuesday (tonight), March 23 at 7:30 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber on Wednesday, March 24 at 11:00 a.m., with Rev. Father Eric Nelson celebrant. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, in charge of arrangements. C4069 FUNERAL HENDERSON - Funeral service for William Wallace Henderson, former Pincher Creek resident who died at Edmonton Thursday, March 18, 1971, at the age of 80 years, was held Monday, March 22, 1971, at 2:00 p.m. in the Pincher Creek United Church with Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Pallbearers were John Cox, Charles Ferguson, Hardwick, George and Frank Lynch Staunton and Allen Wadstein. Interment was in the Fairview Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, was in charge of the arrangements. PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS The Town of Raymond Invites tenders before March 31st, 1971, to load from stock piles three thousand yards crushed gravel, haul thirteen miles and spread. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Town of Raymond, Box 629, RAYMOND, Alberta. MM TENDER The County of Newell No. A, Brooks, Alberta requests tenders on five (5) new school buses. 2-^2 Passenger 2-54 Passenger 1-34 Passenger Specifications may be obtained from the County Office at Brooks (Phone 362-3246). Terms-Cash-upon final Inspection and approval by Highway Traffic Board. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders will close at noon on April 7, 1971 and be reviewed on April 9th. D. N. James. Municipal Secretary M70 FUNERAL GIBB - Funeral service was held at Arlington, Va., for Rulon Gibb, Magrath native son, who died of a heart attack. He was an expert on agricultural exports and the operation of the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization. He had been on the staff of the U.S. department of agriculture for more than 25 years. He was director of the international organization division of export marketing service. Previously he was director of the program development division of the foreign agricultural service. Mr. Gibb received the department's superior service award. He served on the food agricul-tural organization finance committee and the international committee of world food program. He travelled extensively in -fads positions and news of his death brought messages from all over the world. He is survived by his wife Verda, sons Mark and Bruce, daughters Debra and Janice, all at Arlington, Virginia, one son Rulon S. at Tucson, Ariz., one grandchild and brothers and sisters including J. L. Gibb, Raymond, Ken and Orson, Salt Lake City, Bert and Joe at jMagrath, Reeee at Rose marie, Mrs. Sarah Low, Cardston, Mrs. June Gough, Taber, Mrs. Anita Scoville at Medicine Hat, Mrs. Mary Edwards, Lethbridge, Mrs. Mina Neilson, Calgary. He was buried at Arlington. CARD OF THANKS HOLMES - We wish to thank all those who sent cards, flowers or assisted in any way in our recent bereavement. Your thoughtfulness at this time was greatly appreciated. -Mrs. Eva Holmes and family 1 C4064 IN MEMORIAMS JENSEN - In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Weste Jensen Jr., who passed away suddenly March 23, 1970. Loving memories will never die. As years roll on and days go by. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept Of a dear son, whom we'll never forget. -Lovingly remembered, sadly missed by Mom, dad, Audrey, Joe, Joan, Stephen Lome, uncle Len and families. 6374 MELNYK - In loving memory of Sam Melnyk, who passed away March 21, 1963. -Ever remembered by Andy, Carol and family. 6333 STASIUK - In loving memory of Spirierain D. Stasiuk, who passed away March 23, 1948. Beautiful memories linger. -Always remembered by Marie, Cyril and family. 6332 JENSEN - In loving memory of Weste Jensen, who passed away suddenly March 23, 1970, at age 26. -Ever remembered and sadly missed, Jean. 6376 JENSEN - In loving memory of a dear friend, Weste Marinus Jensen, who passed away March 23, 1970. Just a prayer from those who loved you, Today, tomorrow, and all life through, ' Sleep on, dear Weste, in your haven of rest. For on earth he was one of the best. -Ever loved and remembered by Monte, Garnette, Don and Joylane. 375 Housing boom indicated now By BUD JORGENSEN Canadian Press Staff Writer The stage seems to be set for the boom in housing that was predicted at the end of 1970 and the industry is waiting for some solid indications that people are ready to buy. Mortgage loan rates have declined, as predicted, but buyers seem pessimistic about the economy and are not responding. The lack of response from prospective house buyers has engendered a wait-and-see attitude throughout the industry. Most projections for 1971 are still optimistic. Robert Andras, minister responsible for Central Mortgage and Housing Corp., (CMHC) has predicted 220,000 housing starts. The record is 210,415 in 1969. One private business projection sees a resurgence in housing construction during the last part of 1970 as a "bright note in the economy." During the last three months construction started on 71,375 housing units, compared with 49,142 starts during the same period of 1969. Another projection, based on seasonally adjusted figures for the first two months of this vear. is more cautious. The seasonally adjusted rate for January was 254,700 units-which means that is the number of houses that would be built if the January pace continued. The rate was down to 182,900 in February. However, the fact that interest rates have declined was seen as an offsetting factor in expectations for a good year. The prime rate for mortgages on new homes is now 8% per cent at major lending institutions. The rates were above 10 per cent at this time last year. Banks have announced intentions to allot extra money for mortgage loans this year. The Mortgage Insurance Co. of Canada says real estate markets are slow despite the plentiful money supply. In its February survey of markets across Canada, MICC said "there are no real signs of money supply being tested for adequacy by a strong demand from a strong market." "The market picture Is confused," MICC says. "Buyers still appear to be waiting for signs that interest rates have East Pakistan rebel leader denies pact DACCA (AP) - Sheik Muji-bur Rahman, rebellious leader of East Pakistan, denied today that he had reached an agreement with President Abha Mohammed Yahya Khan to end the political crisis in the divided country. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, West Pakistan's chief political leader, told reporters Monday night that he was examining the terms of a general agreement which he said1 Mujib and Yahya bad reached. Bhutto said he would "make every effort to reach an understanding." However, Mujib said he and Yahya had reached no agreement about an interim government. He added that he and the president had not scheduled' another meeting, but he refused to comment further. The agreement which the three leaders discussed in a series of meetings Monday is believed to call for interim central and provincial civilian governments and the lifting of martial law. Malone funeral at Toronto TORONTO (CP) - Funeval services were held here for Alfred Villiers Malone, 62, of Toronto, who died Sunday. A native of Owen Sound, Ont, he was a brother of Richard S>. Malone, president of FP Publications Ltd., and publisher of the Winnipeg Free Press. He served with the 1st Battalion of the Queen's Owen Rifles during the Second World War and later became a banker. Mrs. Bracken dies in Ottawa WINNIPEG (CP) - Alice Bracken, widow of former national Progressive Conservative leader and Manitoba premier John Bracken, died in Ottawa, it was learned here. Born Alice Bruce in Guelph, Ont., she was' married in 1909 to the man who was premier of Manitoba from 1922 to 1942 and who retired as national leader six years later. Mr. Bracken died in 1969 at the age of 85. settled. Builders find It difficult to judge what kind of market to expect and some lenders are wary of making speculative loans where completed and unsold homes are not moving." If the boom in housing does materialize, the dominant factor will be the government. CMHC will finance an estimated 55,000 starts In 1971 based on current allocations of funds. The surge in housing starts during the last part of 1970 was largely related to an infusion of mortgage funds by CMHC. CMHC financed about 50,008 low-income housing units during 1970. That total is more than the number of low-income units financed during the previous five years. Big air strike hinted WASHINGTON (Reuter) -Defence Secretary Melvin Laird has left open the possibility of a major air strike on North Vietnam. Laird gave a hint of administration thinking after a closed-door hearing of the Senate appropriations committee, when he said strikes against North Vietnamese missile bases during the last two days caused effective damage. "As for a large strike to the north, the question will be answered on the basis of what happens in the future," be told reporters. Strikes against missile sites in the North, scheduled to have ended at noon Monday, have effectively damaged the sites and supply activities .around them, he said. They were protective reaction raids touched off by the firing of surface-to-air missiles (SAMs) across the demilitarized zone by North Vietnamese forces. The White House also insisted that the air strikes were not a departure from standing U.S. policy, and recalled President Nixon's warning that appropriate action would be taken when U.S. planes were downed. Discussing the withdrawals of South Vietnamese forces from positions in Laos, Laird said that when the North Vietnamese are maintaining contact "a withdrawal situation is a difficult operation." But he said the pullout is "going forward according to the plan." 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