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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jg THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID -40A FURNITURE AND May 7, 1970 13 TRAILERS FEMALE HELP TEACHERS family needs a summer invest your spare time now ST. MICHAEL'S omar, Catholic oChool District No. 11. ppllcations are invited for the position Prlnlclpal ot SI. Michael's School, 'Incher Creek, (Varies 1 to XII, enrol-ent 500 plus will be ven to those post graduate edu-alien In Administration Maxl-urn Salr.tv --'d Administration Al-owance lately Kindly forv.vJ applications to: Mrs. A. Soucy, asurcr, Pincher Cr St. Michael's R.C.S.D. HP IB P.O. Box Pincher Alberta. GREENHOUSES selection ol bedding out plants Iso nursery stock. 14 mile enSt of 3rive-in on Coulls Highway. Phone 27-4378. WORK, FENCES, GARAGES, sterns repaired, odd Pl.one 27-6834. I USED PIANOS In today and looK over our large selection of reconditioned pianos. All makes. Apply 118 5lh Street South- ST. LOUIS FURNITURE U FT. HOLIDAY TRAILER FOR cnt. Sleeps six. Fully equipped Inured. With axle mounting equalizing tch. May or early June, late those needed extra dollars. Se von in your locality. For details STE1NER CEMENT WORK, d basements dug, water proofing. Inured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. Tax 2134 19th AVC. S. POWER RAKE FOR a Another alternative worth con-idering, if the situation is to je corrected, would be to re-uire employers and the banks who sponsor bond buying on the oayroll plan to account to each imployee, advising him how much interest he's paid and intruding him to claim the tax Sept. SJO weekly. Phone 327-0377. XI 645-1 Stenographer for Adjusters Office. Musi be pro-icient in typing and also nave dictaphone experience. Write Box 139, Herald. C Forrest Color Centre. SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTU MATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. I. II. ASPEIl Tax time, the guaranteed annual rage, has once again come and gone. In spite of the extra Mte imposed by the two per cent Social Development Tax, this year's rush to the Revenue iroduced howls no louder than usual and most Canadians will now settle back and forget about taxes until next year. Most seem satisfied, that, des-jite the heavy tax load, we are still living in the land of opportunity where else can one borrow money at 10 per cent to pay his taxes? There are always some taxpayers who underpay and others who overpay their tax. Those who underpay are promptly notified and asked to make up the deficiency plus interest at six per cent. The interest isn't deductible. Those who overpay receive a refund plus interest at three per cent. The interest is taxable. White it is difficult to reconcile the different interest rates and tax treatment afforded interest payments, this anomaly is only one of many inconsistencies attached to the tax treatment of interest payments. For instance, it always surprises taxpayers to find that, generally speaking, the interest paid on he money one borrows to pay lis tax isn't deductible. Interest expense is only deductible for tax purposes when t is incurred for the .purpose of earning taxable income. This differs markedly from the situation in the United States vhere almost all interest costs even for personal items are deductible. though the Canadian rules in this regard are fairly stringent, many taxpayers don't even take advantage of the they do have. One of the most significant areas in which .axpayers don't claim to which they are entitled is that of interest expense associated with buying income producing securities, notably Canada Savings Bonds. INTEREST TAXABLE Each year nearly Canadians buy over w'iiion in JSB's, prompted by slogans !ike "Double Your Money in Years." The selling organizations often fail to mention that the "double your money" part, the interest, is taxable. After taxes and inflation, it is doubtful ths investor ends up with the same 'amount he invested, much less, double. Apart from the issue of misleading advertising, the CSB sales force urges employers to have their employees buy the bonds on what is known as "the payroll deduction Last year nearly million of savings bonds were sold this way. The employee buys the bond through a loan from the em ployer's bank. He signs an authorization whereby the employer deducts 1-12 of the cost of the bond from each month's pay cheque and remits it to the bank until the bond is paid for. Included in the amount deducted is the interest the employee pays the bank on the money it has, in effect, loaned him to buy the bond. The bank charges interest at the average interest rate of the CSB. Last year the bank charge was eight per cent. This is fair because the buyer is entitled to the bond interest from the beginning, even though he hasn't paid for the bond. On the payroll deduction plan, hundreds of thousands of individuals paid for last year's bond principal and interest. The bond is delivered to the employee at the end of the year when he's paid for it. He immediately clips the first coupon last year. The bank issues a T600 slip directing him to report the ?7 interest income on his next tax return. TAX RIGHT He reports it, but is frequently unaware that he's entitled to deduct the interest he's paid. A sampling of employees indicates that few know right to the deduction, giving rise to the probability that perhaps most payroll deduction purchasers aren't taking advantage of their tax rights. If that situation is widely prevalent and most bond buyers on the payroll plan fail to claim tlieir interest deductions, as could well be the case, then based on this year's purchases, they would have paid tax on as much as million more than was required. Over a period of years the tax overpayments by these employees can reach impressive proportions. It appears precisely that is happening in many, perhaps even the majority o[ cases. The government can't be blamed if taxpayers don't take advantage of deductions available to them. But on the other hand, the tax division does little to bring their rights to their attention. Since there are so many taxpayers involved in interest expense arising from savings bond buying are apparently unaware of their rights, the situ-: ation might be remedied by altering the Tl lax return form to draw special attention to the right to deduct iKFn 31 IN ADMIRAL BUILT TRAILERS AND ;AMPERS. LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD., HIGHWAY 25. PHONE 327-II2S OR 327-8JS8. PARTS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE' OUTFIT TO TOP AND :loan up long row ol trees. Louis Brandley, phont 752-3149, AUTOMATIC RECORD PLAYER -tU, USED MANTLE RADIO-S10; YD. GRAVEL TRUCK, 580 "ase back-hoe and front-end loader. >hone 327-1413, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 327-347 after 5 p.m. We dig driveways. FT IN. BOX SPRING AND 402 5th St. S. Machine ground manure. Ideal tor awns and gardens. 75 Ib. handy plastic bag, 51.50 each. Free delivery. Coal-hurst Greenhouse. Phone 327-9530. 9833-1 1 GENERAL MOBILE HOME, 12 x 60 ft. Three bedrooms wllh porch and skirling. Tolal price, se.600 or SI. 800 down. Phone 42MJ13, Pincher Creek. AUCTION SALE Miscellaneous and nouschold articles sold every Thursday evening 3t p.m. HURLBURT AUCTION HOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. AGRICULTURAL Immediately EXPERIENCED SALESLADY Must be dependable. Permanent employment. Phone 327-5767, for interview appointment. C 791 7- EDUCATIONAL NURSERIES For trees, shrubs, perennials, solution is most appropriate, it should be introduced quickly. Until something is [one, many Canadians, often hose who can least afford it, vill continue to overpay their ax. (Mr. Asper is a Winnipeg lawyer) 5000 BUS. GOOD BAR-ey At bin or delivered to my farm at Raymond. Phone HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME, anada's leading school. National Col-ego, 424 Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alta. hone 2SS-832Z. Nelson, Phone 327-2832, T. T. Follinglo phone 327-4394. My wife, Norma Jean, having left my ed and board, 1 will no longer be re: ponsible tor any dt-bts incurred HAVE YOUR AT 55c In exchange for TV's and MALE HELP MUSIC Andrew J. 42 TRUCKS FOR 328-6131- C7737-tf 45 AUTOS DRYWALL TAPERS. Top wages. Write Box 129, Kane. Phone FIELD TOP SOIL. STEVE Zatylny Phone 328-1377. dog. Phone 328-4913. 715.5 TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT AUTOMOTIVES AUTOBODY MACHINE SHOP AND WELDING Sealed tenders will be received by he undersigned for the supply of Vocaiional Shop Tools and Equipment until p.m. (M.S.T.) on Thursday, Aflay 28, 1970. Tender forms and related informa-ion may be obtained from the under-qned. M. V. CRUMLEY Secretary-Treasurer Lethbridge School District No. 51 -133 15th St. S., Lelhbridge, Alberta. HALF TON MERCURY. UNDER warranty. Best offer. J. Finn, 1222 3 Ave. A S. FOR YOUR CAR OR TRUCK. PHONE 327-2935. BARTENDER. APPLY YORK HOTEL. SEWING POINTER FEMALE. EX-cellent upland game dog. Championship stock. Paid tor her as pup. Will sell for because she will no) whelp pups. Phone Head Raps Tax Proposals MONTREAL (CP) The federal government's white paper on taxation contains proposals which are "at odds with goals of economic growth and continuing prosperity for Ian Sinclair, president of Canadian Pacific said Wednesday. 1955 IHC 2'A TOW TRUCK WITH "rain box and hoist S1295. Phone 328-5962. EXPERIENCED CARPEN-ters wanted, for form and frame work on housing or sub-contractor. By Krieso Bros. Construction Ltd. P.O. Box 230 Sparwood, B.C. Phone 425-6397. ALL YOUR TAILORING, DRESS-making ann' alterations phone 328-204. TO3 FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE INTER, national panel. New tires, hitch. LIVESTOCK LOST AND HARDWARE Shoppers' World Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTIULERS, POWER RAKES, CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. 194J CUSTOM FORD HALF TON with box cover top, v-8 overload sorlnqs. Good condition, 5900. Box 3-17, Fernie, B.C. Phone WANTED ALL TYPES and Sizes. ALSASK PROCESSORS, John Drewry Phone 328-2911. OPPORTUNITY Large Canadian financial organization has a career opening for a dynamic sales representative. Previous experience an asset but not necessary. Assured basic income. Call 323-3397 'for details. TIMEX GOLD COLOR vaterproof watch from Civic pool on unday. Phone 32B-3146. Reward. STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF Charge. LETHBRIDGE NEAR ST. MICHAEL'S lospital, tan male Chihuahua, license 27, red harness. Reward. Phone 327-973. 1956 FORD HALF TON V-8, WITH many extras. Reasonably 1967 IHC LOW MILEAGE PICKUP, lira series. Radio, six cylinder engine, Iwb, new rubber. Will consider wheat In trade. Phone FARMER CUSTOM Kn-LlNG and processing. Wholesale meat QUALIFIED SERVICE MANAGER FOR TIRE SHOP. APPLY NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES. Boys Green arm white club jacket with crests, n vicinity of Stafford Drive. Phone 328-4411, Local 54 and 327-1923, after 5 p.m. XI 444-1 TREE'S. HARDY PRAISIE GKOWN STOCK. JOHN'S GREEN-HOUSE one mile west of Coaldale next to John Lowcn Turkey Farm. Closed on Sundays. 327-3046, LeHibridgD. SALE The Alberta Wheat Pool offers for a e by tender the property and single storey S room dwelling at SPRING COULEE. The sale is for cash and information and orms for submitting a tender may ie obtained from the Pool Agent MACHINERY SALE HARDY CHRYSANTHEMUMS. PHONE JOCK COYLE, 328-1595. 313 1967 HALF TON CAMPER SEPCIAL. Automatic, 35! V-8 engine, new belted tires. Complete 'unit in excellent condition. off new price. 1J14 30th e; 5 THREE POINT HITCH or JD 730, with splined rocker shaft. Phone 738-4485. told the annual shareholders meeting he is also disturbed by "the extent to which the white paper provides for increases in federal taxes." "By any standard taxes are already high, and the proportion of Canada's national income devoted to government activity is among the highest of countries in the Western he said. Mr. Sinclair told shareholders the company is "hopeful" that earnings will increase in 1970, Requires COMMISSION SALESMAN Appliance department, full company benefits. Apply PERSONNEL OFFICE Second 52.000 OFF 1969 CMC TON CU5-tom camper. All power, automatic, air conditioning, less than 7500 miles and 10'2 ft. Six sleeper, self contained, fully equipped camper with jack. Phone 327-7380, after 5 fence post pounder to run off P.T.O. Phone 328-1645, the easy Slendor Reducing Plan Way. Eat three satisfying meals a day. S2.50 and S6.00 sizes, at Stubbs' 'harmacy, Tamblyn's and [Olson's Pharmacy. NEW HOME OWNERS! Young trees for sale. Dropmore Elms, Japanese Lilacs, Honeysuckle, False Indigo, Black Coloneaster, Siberian Crabapple. Labor available after 5 p.m., phone 327-3359. will be accepted up lo May fi, 1970, nnd these should be forwarded to The Treasurer Alberta Wheat Pool Box 2700 Calgary, Alberta The highest on any bit! not necessar-ly accepted. ONE OR TWO 12 FT. ress drills. Will trade grain. Phone 92-2241, Lomond. MISC. ARTICLES TO SAN FRANCISCO 43 TRAILERS FOR weeks.' end of July Would like someone lo go along io share expenses. Phone 328-3558, evenings. TYPE FOUR TO H.P. outboard motor. Phone 323-266 417 St. N. FLAT ALTO SAXOPHONE. 4 HELP? CONCERNING HEALTH, WELFARE AND RELATED AREAS CONTACT A.I.D. CENTRE. Phone 327-7323 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. SALE TIME AT THE LETHBRIDGE FARMERS MARKET 111 7th SI. SALE The Alberta Wheat Pool offers FOR SALE OR RENT 10 X 41 FT. Deluxe mobile home. Phone 738-4690. good. Contact Box 307 or phone 62B-857. FOR THE POS1 Ion of Assistant Secretary Treasure nd Purchasing Agent for the Town of Claresholm will be accepted up t and including 12 p.m. Tuesday, May 2, 1970. Fringe benefits include pen slon plan, group insurance and Columbia and possible labor disruptions in several major industries during the year could seriously affect the transportation industry. Although rail revenues were "marginally" up during the first three months of 1970, net rail earnings for the period w e i' e down from during the first quarter of 1969. Total earnings for the first quarter were or 81 cents a share, down from or 95 cents a share in 1968. Certain freight rates have been raised and others will follow suit during the year to compensate for increased costs, he said. 196! 21 FT. GOLDEN FALCON. Fully self contained; tandem whee s, S3700. 2210 23 St. S. 327-7348. OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE IN QUIR1ES CARE OF P.O. SOX 861. LETHBRiOGE, garden seeds seed potatoes plants and sets Rose 4 room dwelling at NEW DAYTON. The sale is for cash and informa-t on and forms for submitting a lender may be obtained from ihe Pool Acienf at New Dayton. Tenders wi i he accepted up to May U, 1970, and these should be forwarded to the Treasurer Alberta Wheat Pool Box: 2700 Calgary, Alberta The highest on any bid not necessarily accepted. Ml LIGHT WEIGHT CANOE. WILL consider one ir. need of repair. 1958 FLEETWOOOD HOUSE TRAILER, 8X38 ft. Dirt cheap. Will consider anything of value on trade. Phone Roller, Minolta reflex wanted. Phone 653-3634, CardSton. age and salary expected t Secretary Treasurer, Town of Clares ho m, P.O. Box 1000, Claresholm, Alta ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-B045 or 328-3246, after POULTRY AND 1968 SCAMPER FT. TRUCK camper. Equipped with lacks, propane refrigerator and heater. Phone 563-3223. IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI-ators, batteries. Highest prices. Var-za'ri Iron Ltd., 1248 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-1296. LIVING EXPENSES? Due to the rising cost of living eac day, more and more men and wome are enjoying worthwhile earnings sup plying their friends and relatives wit ?awleign Products. Do not be left out Start earning that extra money today free information write The W. T lawleigh Co. Ltd., Dept. E-71-10, 53 -Jenry Ave., Winnipeg 2, TURKEYS, ALL AGES Phone 234-4035 or 234-3766, Fort Mac lead. pight. Propane refrigerator and stove. Apply 1316 lath St. N., atler 5 p.m. Phine 328-2937. SALVATION ARMY NEEDS: Good used clothing, particularly children's clothing. This can be left at 412 1st Ave. S. or phone 3Zfl-2B6D or 328-6717 for pickup service. ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAN Only per month Rent applies to purchase price New or used HEINTZMAN PHONE 328-2663 PAN PER LB H. Dyck, Box 654, Coaldale. phone ,345 3224. NOTICE Sealed bids will be received up to noon May U at Canada Agriculture, Research Station, Lethbridge, for Ihe purchase gf approximately 150 head of cull yearling bulls Hereford and 90 average weight approximately 700 pounds, ranging from 550 to 900 pounds each. These animals are located at the Research Substation, Onefour (32 miles south of Manyber-ries. The animals will be available In 2 TENT TRAILER FOR RENT. Sleeps four to six. S25 per week. PETS AND SEVENTEEN FT. SCRAMPER, LIKE self contained. 830 Mayor Ma-orath Drive. Phone PRICES FQR Metels steel and 32B-B330. radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-4JS1 OF ALBERTA CARETAKeTs-LETHBRIDGe in the near future ths Department o Public Works will require caretaker o perform general janitorial anc maintenance work. These positions ar ocated In a number of Provincial Gov ernment Buildings throughout t h ethbridge area. Shift work is involved with all openings being on either th evening or the night shifts. ;H RV1CE5 AND CHIHAUHAUS FULLY irown males and females. T213 3rc Ave. A S. Phone 328-3423, after 5 FOR SALE BOAT TRAILER, TAPING, SPRAYING eeilirsiji. Excellent workmanship. Phono J2B-7362, condition. Phone 328-4266. IRON Copper Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 33ri St. North LABRADOR SPAYED FE male. Excellent hunler and family dog S40. Phone 328-4913. LIKE NEW 1967 EIGHT FT. CAS-cade camper. Phone 223-3958. STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dat-ers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 32B-51U A .approximately 110 head available Killed At Spokane SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) A mother1 and seven of her children died here in the collision of their station wagon and a freight train as she drove the children to school. An eighth child survived the shattering impact of the 53-car Burlington Northern freight train with the automobile at a grade cr'ossing in the Spokane Valley just east of here. Killed were KaUrerine Lorraine Krank, 36, and her children Rhonda, 17, Audrey, 16, Kenneth, 14, Dana, 13, David 11, and twin girls, Anita and Barbara, 6. The injured girl, reported in serious condition in hospital, was identified as Carla, 8. A track supervisor of Burlington Northern who witnessed the collision said the car1 did not hesitate before pulling on to the tracks in front of the train. Ther'e was a crossbar marking the grade crossing but no blinking light. AS NEW 1968 17'A FT. SCAMPER. Self contained, carpeted, S2395. phone 327-7845, after 6 p.m. SIAMESE KITTEN FOR SALE ONE BLUEPOINT labte June 30, 1970 Offers on each lot will be considered. Bids should be submitted on the basis of cents per pound at the Research Substation. Bids must be accompanied by a deposit of a certified cheque of for (lot A) SBOO.OO for (lot B The remain ng balance will be paid by the successful bidder by certified cheque at the time of removal of the animals. Cheques will be returned to unsuccessful bidders. Weighing wil be done at the Research Substation, immediately after weighing the purchaser will be required ft make arrangements for castration ol the animals. Following castration animals may be left at the locations for a period of 48 hours. Any losses resulting from castration will be the responsibility of the purchaser. For further nformation contact C. G. Schoening, Assistant Administrative Officer, Canada Agriculture Research Stat on, Lethbridge, Alberta, phone 327-4561. are In the market for good user! farm machinery Irucks, trailers-etc. Consignment or cash. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Phone Days 327-3165 Nights 327-1634 SALES and SERVICE. SER-vlces on at! makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No 'lobs too larpe or too small. SEALPOINT FEMALES AL PUREBREDS. IDEAL PETS. CAL 327-2490. FIFTEEN FT. 1964 SCAMPER HQLI-day trailer. Sleeps five. Hitch and accessories. Phone applicants will be placed on a e tgible list from which vacancies wi be filled as they occur. Competltlo No. 3003-C-2. Closing date Is May 15 1970. For details and information, apply f the Personnel Administration Office Room 1101, John J. Bowlen Building 620 7th Avenue 5.W., Calgary 2 Alberta. GOOD HOME FOR TWO year old registered male Brlttar, Spaniel Phone K2-2190, 3i X 8 FT. ALMA TWO BED-room, sleeps six. Fully equipped, must sell. Peasant Trailer Park, Lot No. four. Norlh Taber, A. Hilton. V6' 6 p.m. FUR BEARING SIXTEEN FT. ESTA VILLA self contained. Equipped with s x in. foam mattresses. Can seen at 5001 56th St. Taber. Phone 223-2203. FEMALE EMPLOYMENT Rototilllng, Phone 228-8764. stock, 'cages and equrpmen Write Frank, Box BB, Kipp. BIG YELLOW ROTO-tiller for perls. Phone 327-2M1. BABYSIT IN MY SOUTH BUSINESS TEN X 4t FT. MOBILE HOME. Partially j furnished. Phone 527-0210 or Box 615, Medicine Hat. 19 WANTS BABYSITTING, HOS-pital area. Monday through Friday. Phone 328-8627. MALE FEMALE HELP Phone 328-4065. LAWNS PUT IN ODD JOBS and rototilling. Gardening by season. Phone STEAM CLEANIN unit in excellent condition. Phone 52 45J2 Medicine Hat. MOBILE HOMES 10 X 50, EXCELLENT CONDITION; 12 X 66, CARPETED, TWO BEDROOMS. UTILITY ROOM, WELL INSULATED. PHONE 344-4110. JOB REQUIRED DUR-ing summer holidays. Phone 327-8363. DENTAL TECHNICIAN Will have to train one month In Ca gary. Apply P.O. Box 935, POWER RAKED AND DEAD grass removed. K. Ofani. Phone 327-5427. 21 Ml SALON FOR SALE. L cated downtown. Reasonable. Wri Box 114, Herald. EIGHT FT. OVERHEAD TRUCK camper. Sleeps four. Like new! Should be seen to be appreciated. Interested! Phone: 327-3470 days or 328-7504 eve. nings. like a permanent secretarial position. Typing, shorthand and business abilities. Phone 328-1857. TEACHERS EVERGREENS AND COL-orado Blue Spruce for sale. Dan's Greenhouse, old Coaldale Road. HOTEL COFFEE SHO for rent. Available immediately. Phon Pincher Creek, 427-3400. DEPARTMENT BABYSIT IN MY HOME. CITY centre. References at Canada Manpower. 328-4714. OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 Foremost, Alto-Applications are invited tor the follov ing positions ROTOTILLING. Phone Frank 328-7389. SHOP FOR SALE. GOO location, Write Box 135, Herald HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m Standard Time on Friday, May 22 1970, for the construction of the follow-0? Highway 15. Lamont to E. of Chip-man, Ml e 33.40 to Mile 45.65 and Mile 46.1Z to Mile 51.02, Soil-Cement base course and other work, Approximate quantities, tons of soil-cement mixture, tons of gravel, tons miles haul. (2) Highway U. E. of Borradailc to W. of Kitscptyr Mile 125.93 to Mile 139.52, Grading, soil-cement base course and other work, Approximate quantities, cubic yards of excava ion tons of soil-cerhent mixture tons of gravel, ton miles haul. Contracts and spediications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Build ing, Edmonton, Alberta, the office o Ihe Disfrict Engineer, 1707 6th Stree N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer, Admlnistra lion Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, wil be available only to individuals regis tered and operating in the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corpor ations registered and operating in ant who have established a fixed place o business in the Province of Alberta A deposit of Twenty-five Dollars (S25.00 will be required for each copy of the contract and specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a mark ed cheque or bond equal to me o Tender. Tenders will be opened m pub lie. The lowest or any Tender not ne cessarily accepted. L. H. McMANUS, Deputy Minister of and Transport. IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE experts instal your easy-lift or frame hitch. SAM AND CARL'S FULL TIME WORK TO care for first baby. Would like to do typing or accounts receivable or small business in my home. Good references available. Please call 323-7556, after 6 p.m. yd. Phons John, 328-3909. HOTEL FOR SALE WIT attached livlnq quarters, ail or par Phone 344-2416 or Box 61, Golden B.C No decision until May llth. PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. Trailer accessories and parts; trai cr servicing, storage and repair. Phone 328-4421. TOP SOIL AND WELL rotted manure. Phone 323-3289, evenings. LITTLE LETHBRIDGE GROCERY STORE FOR SALE NET INCOME Sl.OOO PER MONTH. FULL PRICE PRICE INCLUDES STOCK AND J6.000 EQUIPMENT. CALL BIRDIE SCHMITT FOR PARTICULARS 327-3879. C7950-9 BEAUTY SHOP THREE CHAIRS two shampoo chairs three LICENCED one to 11, eight teacher 2. PRINCIPAL Burdett Schoo Grades one to nine, seven teacher 3. HOME ECONOMICS Junior-Se ior1 high, Foremost School. 4, PRINCIPAL, Bow Island Elementar nine 1000 UNSUCKERING TREE lilacs, to be moved. Phone 327-9022. See TRAVELAIRE 15 FT.- 17 FT. -19 FT. -22 FT. TRIPLE -E 13 FT. AND 14 FT. "COMPACT" 16 FT. "COMFORT" AT BEE-JAY Trailer Sales 4 St. 3 Ave. S Phone 328-7912 C 79.17- KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. AND SCOTCH PINE TREES 12 ft. and up. A limited number. Phone 0. Tolley, 327-3191. MALE EMPLOYMENT ROTOTILLING, ODD jobs and painting. New lawns seeded. Phone Ed, 326-5288. Develops New Nuclear Plant CLEAN UP All kinds of funk hauled away. Reasonable. Phone 327-26J1. apply to Mr. P. J. Baker Superintendent of Schools Foremost, Alta. FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR spring cleanup. Miscellaneous obs Reasonable rates. Phone 327-0798. LAWN SEEDING landscaping, spring clean-up. Phone 345-3341. 9501 market downtown all contents low rental down. Call WAYNE ANDERSON AGENCIES LTD. 327-6244 _ FARM HELP CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 29 Invites applications for ihe position of: PRINCIPAL MATTHEW HALTON JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH Pincher Creek, Alberta This is the school division's serti administrative posilion involving fu t me administration, thirty-five teac ers and five hundred fifty students grades seven to Salary to with max mum administrative allowance. Applications will be received un Wednesday, May 20 with interview established thereafter. Forward applications, documental io and names of references to: SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHQOIS BOX 219 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA ROTOTILLING New lawns put In. Prompt service reasonable rates. 327-2641- EQUIPPED WELDING AND machine shop. No competition. Large lathe, presses and ilieef metal equipment Drills, separate blacksmith shop, portable unit. Living quarters. Large volume of business, 60% non farm income Terms available. SUPERIOR WELDING, Foremost. Phone 867-3H4 867-3836, atfer hours or 867-3856. '497- 1 LARGE FARM MA-chinery opera lor. Grain for wages Box 140, Herald. TRIMMED AND ODD JOBS done. Phone Electric Corp. said Wednesday it has developed a nuclear power plant design that eliminates any discharge of radioactivity to the environment under normal operating conditions. Joseph C. Rengel, executive vice-president for nuclear energy systems, said the new system enables plant operators to concentrate and contain radioactivity within the reactor system itself for long periods of time. "Radioactive gases will be contained within the system and cither stored on-sitc or shipped off the site Ren-gel said. He said the gases involved annually could be shipped in five oxygen tanks the size of those used by welders. Rengel said Commonwealth Edison Co. of Chicago is to install such a system to minimize rfdioactive liquid discharge into Lake Michigan from a pair of nuclear plants under construction about 40 miles north of Chicago. IN COUNTRY Young couple with no children to live on ranch near Waterton Lakes. Lady lo housekeep and relieve cook on days off. Man to do odd jobs around house and yard. Live in own quarters Reply to Box 134, Herald. QUALITY TOP SOIL. DRACO Excavating. Phone RAKING, AERATING, WITH grass nlckup. 323-2973 and 327-6782. LOANS I 1c PER SQ. FT Eslimale your own cost. Phone 327 4033. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 192? College Mall. Phone 328-3331. The widest facility available. We con sider ALL TYPES of mortgage United Motors Rambler Corner 3rd Avenue 3rd Street S. Phone 327-1730 THE LARGEST DEALERS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA FOR TRAVEL TRAILERS AND MOBILE HOMES. Check with us before you buy 5 Squire Mobile Homes Scamper Trailers and Campers Mohilcralt Trailers Chalet Fold-Down Trailers Markee Tent Trailers All Inquiries Welcome! WE REnr VACA'TIOH TRAVEL UNITS! BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! FEMALE HELP TREE TRIMMING, LAWN raking, garbage hauling, etc. Phone 327-1143. WOMAN WANTED ONE day a week. Phone 323-8043. TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING with larqe ye.llgw rofolillcr, plowing and landscaping. Phone Expelled From Holland THE HAGUE (Rcutefs) -Holland declared two Soviet diplomats persona non grata Wednesday on grounds of espionage. Second Secretary Boris Netrebsky, who also is press attache, and V. S. Sharovatov, described as a collaborator of the embassy, were said to have ha< In their possession a map with military installations marked on i HAIRDRESSER wanted lo manaqc small store. Ca 1 337-5S37 sftfir A p.m. 328-4796. TR1MMMED AND ODD JOBS done. Phone 327-7398 or DRIVEWAYS, SIDE walks, patios. 1968 rates for limi ed time. Phone 3W7905. GIRL WANTED FOR SALES clerk. Apply in person Sheldon's Family Shopping Ccnlrc, 516 3rd Ave. S NURSERY AND GREENHOUSE 401 43rd St. S. Phone 328-2193 Open Every Day and Evening Beautify your home with winter hardy siMdc and fruit trees, cvorqreens M.'Ubi, perennials, bedding out plants I tie, TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, aflcrations. Phone J and J. Custom 345-4630, 328-3870. FIRM REQUIRES STENO-grapher for local office. Must have iyping and shorthand. Work includes helping with general office routine, in addition lo stenographic duties. Phone E. Bechlcl 327-3135, For appointment C RAVEN 132? ?lh ST. N Kitchrn cupboards, rumpus rooms, re modelling and repairs. Phone BUILDING, CEMENT v.'ork and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson construction, 1010 7lh Ave S. Phone 327-6682. HELP WANTED Permanent poiilion open for TYPIST RECEPTIONIST. Personnel policy in clfecl with frinqc benefits. Apply in writing, stating age, expe-icnce and training ro the "ADMINISTRATOR Msclood Municipal Hospital, 1 CONTRACTING Samll jobs qiven prompt atfentlon Reasonable rales. Bob Alwood. 327 J9S4, ;