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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 58 MALE HELP WANTED 58 MALE HELP WANTED REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY CONSTRUCTION WORKbRb CONTACT TOWN OF COAL-DALE CAN YOU QUALIFY? HEED SOME- cne to ani'.'t in my business. Two hours a clay, five days a week. SSi open For interview caM Personnel i department, 32E-063fi, between 7-4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. FIRST CLASS AUTO BODY REPAIR- man. Must be able to paint. Fully Qualified. Top wages. Company bene- fits. Write box 1C7, Herald. C1282-H WATKIN PRODUCTS NOW HIRING] sludents for direct selling. Earnings from to psr hour. Phone 327-7796, between and p.m. j C1B4Q-13 BARTENDER REQUIRED. APPLY I HY'S STEAK-OUT. PHONE YARD MAN FOR AUTO WRECKERS must have own tools. Also air-cooled engine mechanic. Hepp's Industries, REQUIRE YOUNG ACCOUNTANT for large cgricultural manufacturing Industry. Permanent position. Good future. (RlA or CGA Should have knowledge of computer science. prefer Alherla resident vim seme Ag- ricultural knowledge. Write 41, Herald. C1916-15 SALESMEN WILL YOU EARN IN 1972? INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED THE BARONS EUREKA SOCIAL Services find Preventive Social Ser- vices require a SOCIAL WORKER DUTIES Implementation of Social Services program (financial assistance and counselling) on behalf of nine par- ticipating municipalities, with a total copulation ot REQUIREMENTS Good educational background and proven ability lo work with people. Reliable car. This is a challenging posllion offering excellent salar yand benefits. Please forward your application no! later than May 31, 1972 to: John A. Boon, Director, Box II, Ccaldalo, Al- berla TOK OLD. C! 928-1 fi 70 GARDENING BEAUTII-UL TRIMMED tree for sale. 128-W4. ROTOTILLING, GOOD JOB GUAR- ANTEED. PHONE 777-tf WELL ROTTED MANURE, GOOD TOP soil. Phone 318-3289, evenings. 20.) II ____________________ FRANK'S ROTOTILLING PROMPT j por salt c? service. Phone 328-7369. Jy j ft. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BEAUTY PARLOR FOR SALE. EX- cellenl IrKutiprt downtown. Fur more infc'rnation phone 327.2079 or 37IM745 after 5 STORE BUILDING on main street Taber, Box 5' (PUBLIC NOTICES Saturday, May 11, 1972 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERAID 25 PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS AND CLIAMANTS LLOYD'S ROTOTILLING, WITH NEW mnchine. Phone 32B-M17. 13Wf PASCO GARDENING SERVICES. CU3- loin rolotllling, pciwer raking. abie rates. Pnone 323-9497. MANAGERS NEEDED MAINTENANCE OPERATOR MEN- Required ton local food preceding firm. Applicants must tie malurc, re- j Hauls and mechanically inclinsd. Sue. ctssful applicant will 110 required to work a five day, 40 hour shift. Union rates Only those seeking permanent work need apply. Apply Norman Heej- ner or Bob ZoBel! at Canada Wgn- power Centre._________________C1917-15 SKILLED AND SEMI SKILLED PRO- DUCTION LINE WORKERS REOUIR- We need men and women to fill management positions in our local, national and in- ternational operations. [Only those willing to work AGE NOT IMPORTANT j nard to achieve their goals Needs men to service and increase established accounts. MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE timates. Pruning, trimming and fttl- Call 3Z8-J09-1. rao-tf LANDSCAPING IS OUR BUSINESS. Lawns our specialty. Just call Peter, STRAW; re. Phone 17 CHICKEN MANURE, NO also rolled barn yard mam ORCHARD TRAILER COURT AND campsite In the DeaJtiful valley of B.C. 21 fully serviced modern mobile home pads, presently 33 modern campsites Toilel, showers, summer Etcher. Daing beaming busi- ness, lots of room lo expand on 8.81 acres Large Uiree bedroom home with cilice. Apple, pear, cherry Irpes throughout properly. Priced for im- mediate sale '..i clown and up tn 20 yesrs on balance. Reason for selling interests. Write Box 1022, j Cresfcn, B.C. Phone TOPS01L FOR 5AL.E WELL ROT- Phcne'au, TOV.ATO A N plants. Phone J 12lh St. C N. D BEDDING OUT :ck Coyie, 328-1595. 313 2022-19 GEM EVERBEARING STRAWBERRY FOR SALE: Barber stop end Beauty Parlor. Ideal setup for husband and witeSole barber shop In town serving popula- tion Building, equipment and supplies priced to sell. O'.vner has other interest. Located in Bow island, Alberta en No. 3 Highway, In the heart nf the district. For full information RE: ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The fgtowlng application (or a de- velopment permit has been approved by tde Municipal Planning Commission on Way 10, 72 268 L. Huber to establish a hame occupation In connection with making drapes at 1505 Eth Avenue North. Any person affected by the said de- cision inay appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board by delivering either personally or by Registered Mail, statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the Office of the City Clerk in the City Hull nof later than May 1A, 1972. Date: May 11, 1972. W. C. Cameron, Development Officer. In Ihe rnattei WILL) AW DOW, I Lethbridgp, in l berl.n, Retired. day of March, A.D TAKE NOTICE that all persons hnv- iq claims upon the [Estate of the above iust file with the jnd ,-siaie OT m me Estate of OLIVIA of Ihe City ot I lale of (he City of 'province M Ai- In the Province of Alberla, who died died on the ith j on the ?Mh day of April, A.D. 1972. 1972 TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- SolTcltorTy5 the 21st day of June" A.D. June, AD. 1972, a full 'statement full statement of and o! securities held by Them. MARTIN HOYT, ESQ., 335 10th Street South, Lcthbrldge, Alberta, Solicitor for the Administrator, LEO GIBB DOW. Ing claims" upon tho estale of tin above nrimed mult fi'p with un- dersigned solicitor by thp list dfiV of jnt erf held 20-16-13 I DELL IN CARE OF NORTHWEST DESIGN AND FABRICATION LTD., P.O. BOX MACLEOD OR DESIRE IS YOU: Age IB or over 'need apply. For appointment Tuesday, May 16th. BLUE AND NORWAY SPRUCE trees for sale. Five to eight tt. tall, intersection of Highway 2A ano1 uni- versity road. Free delivery. tS-'9-tB Kreeft Agencies Ltd- Box rt 3ow Island, Aiherta Pbone 545-2252 GARDEN ROTOTILLING ew lawr.s put in. prompt service ot ?asonable rates. Phone 327-2641 61 TEACHERS WANTED BY 'PHONING 23.1-4421. Expurlenced heavy duly drasel tn mechanic, responsible tor maintain 12 truck fleet. Knowledge o! transmis- sicns end rear-ends required. Good wages and company benefits. PHONE 327-5734 gcod health school graduate or better? RAPIDLY EXPANDING INTERNATIONAL COMPANY HOW INTERVIEWING MIAMAGE- IF YOU QUALIFY WE GUARANTEE High Income with futurity income and Savings Plan week all-expenses HOW INTERVIEWING j Training WENT POSITION ONLY. AGE NO P" BARR ER. EXCEPTIONAL EARN- _Be guaranteed 5500 INGS FULL TRAINING BY COM- a PANV FOR INTERVIEW APPOINT- MENT, CALL M. R. TAKAHARA, MAY 16 3J7-5701. REQUIRED TWO STEAM PLANT ENGINEERS Fourth class minimu elqht weeks of operat this season. Ideal for re or man between Jobs. CARNATION FOOD CO. LTD. TABER. PHONE 223-3506. month to start advancement opportunity No seniority ACT TODAY to insure tomorrow Cell fee an appninlmfnl and Personal Interview Mr. T. Tuftord Monday, Tuesday, 'A'ednesday 327-3151 PRINCIPAL WANTED Applications are Invited from per- sons possessing demonstrated ad- ministrative and supervisory ability and experience, preferably on bolh eiementery and secondary school levels, but definitely on the ele- mentary level- Enquiries and fully documented and validated applica- tions are lo reach the desk of the undersigned not later than May 23, 1972. Write to MR. PAUL K. ZUBICK Superintendent of Schools CROWSNEST PASS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 63 P.O. Box 568 Bloirmore, Alberta Cl 784-13h LEN'S GREENHOUSE EAST Coal- out plants Only 50 Is basket, garden and lawn seed at ,tujced prices. No phone calls. Open every day and Sunday allernoon. FOR NEW LAWNS REEDYK LANDSCAPING Free estimates. Phone 320-1309. 1260-tf INSTANT TREES Too many trees? W- can move them. Tco few trees? We can supply them. Sales and moving of larger type frees our specialty. Phone 327-6172, after p.m. 1529.J? RENT ROTOTILLERS, AERATORS, SEEDERS, POWER RAKES, LAWN ROLLERS, CHAIN SAWS, HEDGE TRIMMERS AND LAWN EDGERS AT WARD'S. 328-8775. C1208-H THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE RELOCATION MODIFICATION OF PREFAB BUILDINGS INVITATON TO TENDER Settled marked UNIVER- SITY OF LETHBRIDGE RELOCA- TION AND W.QDIFIC AT I 0 M 5 OF PREFAB BUILDINGS be received from general contractors until p.m. AA.D.T. on May 30, 1972, at the office cf Robins Mitchell Watson, Ar- chitects and Engineers, 529 Street South, Lethbrldge. Alberla. _ sMTd'sS' cash! grcss sq. feet of_prefab- 1 ricsted building units frtrn their ent locaticn at th" Lethbrldre Com- munity College to the University cam- pus In West Lpthbridfe. reassembling on new foundations, utility connections and building modifications. Tender documents may be obtained from the office of the architect In Lelhbridge after 1 p.m. May 17, 1973. uoon deposit of 8 certified cheque of NOTICE TO CREDITOP3 AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA. JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE. In Ihe Estate of JOHN ORRA 1NGHAM, late cf the City_ ot ,n :laimj and of security 'ROMAN SCHOLDRA, ESQ. 515 13th Street North Lethbridge, Alberta TIH 2S6 Solicitor for the NOTICE EARN MONEY IN SPARE TIME Men or won .'-stock and col- New Type high tf quality coin-operated dispense.- !_ area. Mo selling. To quality, must have or Idee, in the Province cf Alberta. Retired, who died en Ihe 17th day of April, A.D. 1 TAKE NOTICE that nil persons hsv- claims upon the estate of the above nod must file with 'he undersigned idlers by the IJth day erf June, D 1972 a full statement of their lims and of securities held by them. MOSCOVICH, 5PANO5 AND MATISZ 424 7th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta. (Solicitors for the Executrix) V. DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED Dept. "A" 1163 Tetumseh Road, East WINDSOR 20, Ontario. 1B33-13 550.00 made oayable to The G The de STEAK HOUSE RESTAURANT Coaldale, a going concern. Ideal for married couple or partnership. PRICED VERY LOW Two choice business bldgs. on main street for each. Ideal to es- tablish bakery, beauty parlor, barber shop, dental bldg. or apartments. 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES SHOP VALUE VILLAGE FOR ALL YOUR GARDEN AND LAWN NEEDS moss; fertilizer; weed spray; sprays; shrubs, bulbs and juni- lers; grass seed and rose bushes A line ct Green Cross weed and controls. CUB9-16 BE A DISC JOCKEY I Recorded message by Jim Elliot tells you how Phone 323-3636, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-tf 1993-17 WE ARE SELECTIVE 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED with (or Individual good rtucalln Ins B dctlnlte ambition and re sensibility. Successful individuals will tTglven highly specialized training, follwed UD by conscientious supervi- slon. We prepared to invest con- fiiderabln time and money. Are you prepared to Investigate? All enquir- ies will be answered. Please send re. sume to box able to the Provincial Treasurer wl required for each copy ot the Co ,.dd and Specifications taken. Eac bid must be accompanied by a mark ed cheque or bend equal to 10 pi cent of Tender. Tenders will be ocei cd In public. The lowest or any Tei der net necessarily accepted. L H. McManus, Deputy Minister of Highways an UNIVERSITY OF IETHBRIDG PARKING LOT AND ROADWAY CONSTRUCTIOr- INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tender marked University Parking Lot and Roa way Construction will be received un' 2-TJ p m Mountain Daylight Savir Time on May 23, 1972 at the Conslru tion Administration Office on the Un versify Campus. Tenders will be opened publicly 1. mediately following the closing dat The project will Include the followm 1. Excavation cu. yds- 2. Sub-tase Course Preparation sq. yds. 3. Base Course Preparation iq' Concrete Curb and Gutter lineal ft. 5. Concrete Sidewalk sg. yds. 6 Concrete Steps Lump Sum Soreadino of Topsoil 5Q. Associated Drainage System, Ap- tenances and Miscellaneous Work ider documents may be obtained en or after May 15, 197! from the Of- fice ot the Physical Plant Coordinator, Construction Administration Building, The Univrrslty of Lethbridge, upon de- pcsit of a certified cheque, made payable to the Governors ot the University of Lelhbridge. The deposit be refunded provided the plans id specifications ara returned In good NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HENRY KRAHN CONSTRUCTION LTD a body certiorate with head office In the City ot Lethbrldge, in the Province of Alborta, intends to apply to the RwlsHar of Cornpanle% for a change of name to KRAHN HOMES LTD. lATED et City of Lethbridge, the Province of Alberta, this 1st day of May, A.D., 1971. HUCKVALE, WILDE AND KRUSHEL Per: R. D. Wilde Acadla Building, Solicitors fcr HENRY KRAHN CONSTRUCTION LTD. N THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF CECELIA OSCH, late of the City of Lethbridge, Hie Province of Alberta, who the 76th day of January, A.D. 197? TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- delms upon the estate of tha uuvd named must file with the un- ersigned Solicitors by the 12th day f June, 1972, a full statement of their ims and of securilies held by titem. RICE, MACLEAN AND BABKI Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, Sollcilors for the Administrator. MM THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice is hereby given that he undersigned Intends to apply to The Alberta Liquor Control Board for a licence to sell beer, wine and liquor jy the glass for consumption only on ha licensed portion of the premises n accordance wilh the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act end the Regulations mode thereunder with re. egn spect to the following described prem WILUAM NORMAN BRADLEY GRANGE HOTEL CARMANC-AY, ALBERTA Lot 6, 7 to 10 Block 3 Plan No. S70X to this application shall made forthwllh to The Alberta LI. quor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Carmangay, Alberta, tnli 10 day of Way, 1973. WILLIAM NORMAN BRADLEY M3S Budget fails I to farm costs OTTAWA (CP) Farmers "will find little comfort in a fed- eral budget which fails in any way to recognize the present harsh farm costs and income the president of the Canadian Federation of Agricul- ture says. In a statement distributes today, CFA president Charles Munro said Canadian farmers have to compete in low-price in- ternational markets against ag- ricultural products subsidized by other countries. a budget which is hope- fully expected to make Cana- dian Industries more able to compete in world markets by allowing a 50-per-cent annual depreciation writeoff of new processing machinery and equipment, it is ironical that farmers have been unable to get some redress on outmoded de- preciation rates on farm build- ings and equipment." Farm machinery depreciation rates were mostly at the five- to 10-per-cent level. Mr. Munro also said that tax cuts for processing Indus- tries might mean that the pro- cessors could pay more for farm products and expand their exports of farm products. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed tenders marked "Tender for City of Lcthbrldcje, 4th Avenue pump- Inp Station" will be received at the office of the purchasing agent, pub- lic works department, Lethbridge, Al- berta up to p.m., Daylinht ino Time, Friday, June 9, 1972. The work involves mechanical, elec. leal, end structural modifications to n existing pumphouse, installation of lew pumps and installation of exter. lor piping. I Tender documents may Spy plane A joins Infd at the nf the purchasing agent, public works deparlment, City of Lethbridete after Monday, May IS. 1972, and will be available tn bona fide tenderers upon deposit of 100 dol- lars. Tender documents will also be on view at Ihe office of Associated En- gineering Services Ltd., 101 709 8th Avenue, 5 W., Calgary, Alberta, Ihe Calgcry Construction Association, 25JO 5th Avenue, N.W., Calgary, Alberta end the Lethbricice Consfruction As- soclalion. 1321 3rd Avpnue South, Leth- bridge, Alberta for Interested contrac- tors. Tenders must be accompanied bv he specified bid bond payable to the Cily of Lelhbridge. The lowest or any lender will not cccsssrily be accepted, Mr. Ponech, Purchasing Agrnt, Public Works Department. City of Lethbridqe, Lethbrldgc, Alberts M39 SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- I BRIDGE C37S1-U HEAD LIBRARIAN THP LOCATION IS CWtr OF MOST SCENIC AND RAP'D.GROW- Qualifications: IN IN B.C 6BOUT" 33 MILES rROM TH RFpTA-B-C BOUNDARY. TWO GERMAN SHEPHERD MALE pups for sale. Phone 222-2135, Wren- tham. 1995-16 FULL GROWN PUREBRED CHI- huahL'as Lovely pets. Reasonable e. Have one tor Mother's day. J 3rd Avenue A South. Phone 323- 3JI3. 1890-15 WHITE! TINY TOY POODLE PUP, Purebred registered parents, three male, one female. Pi-one 34.1-23.l7, Coutis. 1G91-13 BOXbtt PUPPIES REGISTERED, t.illooeJ, fawn, female, she' 1-223--1130, Taber ----------------------------------------------------------------and specifications ara relumed In good TILE AND CEMENT WORK. within U days after thfl ten- Double J. Construction, 32B-3B70 or I dcr dosing date. 3-15-4630. 13-lS-lf Tender must be accompanied by 8 CANADA Office lj.iTcpr.s-rcp APPLICANTS J-HOU'.P APPLY' TO Canada Manpower or 'o N. G. Moxham Supervisor Personnel FORDING OPERATIONS BOX 108 SPARWOOD, B.C. May buy ranch FORT MA01.KOD fUNSl The l.ipjwrt Brothers of Cal- gary are netfotialinK tn buy the Arnold Jordan ranch in the ppiTiipino Hills. Tin1 laic .John K- .Ionian homeslc.adccl Hie property in MM. His fton took over in Wilt. .L, miye too small. LETHBRIDGE PPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. 69B TRAVEl OPPORTUNITIES CUSTOM WOODWORK OFFICE furniture, rcmcci c I II n g tables, fences. Finest craflsmanshlp. Phone 328-9525. 20d7-lf GARAGE BUILDING CEMENT work ?nd stuccoing. Anderson and SoretiEcn ion, 10VO 71 h Ave. S. Phnne C7377-IT ffied cheque for ten "per cent (10 the Tender Price or a suitable bid bond for ten per cent 00 cf the tender price. The lowest or any tender will not ne- cessarily be accepted. Stanley Associates Engineering Ltd. Street N.W. Calqary, Alberta. SA1 M37 i FREE ESTIMATES ON KITCHEN i CUPBOARDS, VANITIES AND CHl- 1 HA CABINETS. BORGE RAVEN, 327- i J219 C1583-M SAMOYED LABRADOR CROSS PUP, 7a Pomeranian pup. Spaniel Terrier cross puppies Phone 1979-15 S, E1DE- cupboards QUEENSLAND BLUE HEELER PUP for sale. Fort Macleod, FRED STEIHER CEMENT WORK, i Charter Flight Information to IRITAIN EUROPE HAWAII MEXICO SPAIN most economical WHY to Iravfll Write us for details SUN FUN HOLIDAYS 400 Lancaster Bldg., 304 8th Avenue S.W., Culgary 2. Phono 269-1487 r, duo- water proofing. phone 327-6186. C366M! CROSS RAINBOW PAINTING AND DECOR- female, six months old. Very affection- Bling Wail paper, vinyl and snr.iy. ate- Phono 233-6135, Taber. 1920-13 ing. Free estimates. Phone 328-2154. GOOD COUNTRY HOME WANTED -Mistered male Enqlhh Setter, two' C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS -a _ _ ._..._ (.qujp. npnl. Corral 765. 7410 2nd C609-tf old. Gentle. Phone 328-3193. j Gravel levclinq. Cor ment. Ccr LEF-THHRIDGE AND DISTRICT KEN- ncl club irwi'es enquiries stud service, pups for sale show Information. Phone 3J5--1574. Head Librarian Medicine Hat Public Library 414 First St. S. E Medicine Hat, Alta. 70 GARDENING GAILYNE TROPICALS Fresh water nnd marlno fish. Aquar- iums, plants and all supplies. Custom made tanks nnd repairs. 907 7th Ave. S. 327-5017. CU17-tfrt M15HKA TIK POODI.FS (RTG'D) I R.irtlity toy poodlrs In hlark, white. I silver nnd npricot, for rompnnloni, hrerriing and show. Champion ononrrt In puiitir 1 hf lowest or nny Tender nof L. H. WfMnnus Oepuly Minister Transport DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION WESTERN REGION TENDER PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION _____ tenders the until r. Reoina 1Ime, on May 31, 1975, lor Additions and Improvements to Wa- ter, Sewer and Storm Drflinaae Sys- tems, Brandon Manitoba, Contract -1. and Domnstlr S u w P r Construclicn Thp fits of thp work is located In the City of Brandon, Mfln- The work consists of the supply cf fill materials for and the Installa- tion cf approximately feet nf 6.1! Inch wntermaln nd cssociatcd find feet of fl-ifl Inch sewer main and asMciated work. Tho plans and specifications may viewed In the WInnipen, Brandon, Sas- katoon nnd Regina offices of the local Builders' Exchsngs or Construct lo n .r sec In tion. Plans, specifications, Instructions find form? for bidding may be obtain- ed from the undersigned at his office In Reqlnn, Saskatchewan, upon tM deposit of twenty five dollars (S25.00) or n rertified cheque for the nmnunl, to the Receiver Gen- eral nf Ciinada, which elennsit will bo redeemdWo upon the return of the plnns and specifications in good order within one month after tenders havo closed. Tenders will not bn considered unless madn on the forms supplied, and In an-nrtMnce with instrur lions supplier! the specifications, len- mult bo accompanied by serur- in the nmcunt nnd form sprrifir-d company TORONTO (CP) Francis Gary Powers, focal point of en international incident in I960 when his U.S. spy plane was shot down over the Soviet Union, will join a Toronto air- craft company wilhin the next Mr. Powers joined Garrett Manufacturing Ltd. for a sales- training course May 1 in LOJ Angeles. The firm's Toronto subsidiary manufactures communications equipment for light aircraft and beacons for locating downed air- craft. The downing of his U-2 by a Soviet missile while on a Cen- tral Intelligence Agency flight resulted in cancellation of a summit meeting between tin leaders of the two countries, former president Dwight D. Ei- senhower and Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev. Sentenced to 10 years in a So- viet prison, he was released in February, 1962, in exchange for Soviet master spy Rudolph Abel, imprisoned in the U.S. Since his return to the U.S., Mr. Powers has been a test pilot for L o c k h e e d Aircraft Corp., manufacturers of the U-2, and a pilot for a traffic-spotter plane for a Los Angeles radio station. Mr. Powers. 41. will be senior project sales administrator for TENDERS FOR WATERMAIN AND DOMESTIC SEWER the Toronto firm, the company- said. His job will not involve flying. I 1110 r tender nrt necei- Chief rnriirirrv, PFRA JOI Molhrrv.Tll Puildlng Rcoina, SBSKalchrwnn Deaths Yesterday lly THE CANADIAN PRESS S t e p h en Pearson, 7fl, a senior officer in botli world wars nnrt former president of National Weaving Ltd., and Campbell Brothers of Hamilton Ltd. Silkin. 82, Labor peer and former minister of town and country planning. Chester. C. Phl- fcr, 86. an editorial cartoonist, whose work appeared in several major magazines in the U.S. Grnsse. Pointe, W. Trcndle, 87, creator of (lie IXMIC Rnnfier radio serios nearly 40 years )lio de Moses, 87, founder of the Bra- riiinn Press and 3.1 years ils president. i Taipei-Ho riiun-him. 7'I. ad- j viser !o President Cliinng Kai- I shek. ;