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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IFTHBRIDCE HERALD -56 FAHM HELP M, 1970 66 BUSINESS neralj, IN MEMORIAMS STEVENSON In loving memory of a dear mother, grandmother and sister, Revs Stevenson, who passed away November 14, 1968. Resting when no fall, la perfect peace she awaits us all. remembered with loving thoughts by all her family. REH1RED 'Dorais, rector of the Montreal campus of the University ol Quebec, said in Montreal 30 professors w hose contracts were not renewed last April will not he reinstated despite the threat of academic Hack-' DEATH HOUSTON Passed away suddenly at the resilience on Friday, November 13, 1970, Alexander Durand, at the age of 59 years, beloved husband ol Mrs. Viola Houston, of 1102 15th St. N. The late Mr. Houston was born, raised and educated in the Shaunavon district, find a butcher shop there v.-ite his brothers. Is 1966. 'he moved to Lethbridge and was employed with City Packers until ill health in July of this year. He was a member o! the Knights of Columbus and the Holy Name Society of St. Basil's Church. Besides his loving wife, Viola, survivors include two sons, Donald E. and David G. Houston, both of Lethbridge; one daughter, Mrs. D. (Geraldine) Unger of Lac la Biche; live grandchildren; his mother, Mrs. Ida Houston of Shaunavon, Saskatchewan; three brothers, Max and Bob, both of Shaanavon and Bill of Fort Macleod. Bequiem Mass will be celebrated on Monday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father G. Maricn celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will te said on Sunday at p.m. in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. DEATHS BACirURA Mrs, Antonie beloved wife of Joseph Bachura of Hillerest, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on Friday, November 13, 1970, at age of 80 years. She was born May 11, 1890 in Hos-tice, Czechoslovakia and came lo Canada in 1007 to Morrisey, B.C., then to Frank in 1911 and moved lo Hillerest in 1M1, where she has resided since. She man-led Joseph Bachura in Michel in 1910. She was predeceased by four brothers, three sisters, two infant daughters and another daughter, Vlasta in 1928, her mother in 1824 and her father in Czechoslovakia. Survivors include her husband, Joseph and a son, Ben, both in Hillerest; two daughters, Mrs. D. (Emily) Nykolaychuk of Bellevue and Mrs. Jim (Rose) Horejsi of Claresholm; seven grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren. Funeral services will be held in ths Blah-more United Church at p.m. Monday, November 16. Interment will follow in the family plot, Blairmore Union Cemetery. Fanlin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. MARRIED MAN f'OU Uthbrldfje, Modern Home, Box CBO'J-20 57 FEMALE HELP Snlurriny, 3-? pjn, the Lotus Inn Cafe. children Aqes Ihrec to 16. Contemporary lap" and character, fiione 328-9332, ask for Mnrg. LEASH SERVICE STAT10M did cnto on main highway. Phone 653-2811. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF MICHAEL MICKEY, Lite of Wilson Siding, In the Province of Alberta, who died on the dsy of August, A.D., TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named musf file with tiie undersigned Solicitors by the J-1IH day of December, 1970, a ful! statement ot their ciaims and of securities held by them. RICE, PROWSE, MACLEAN BABKI, Canadian ImpsrTal fcanX of Lethbridge. Afbertal Solicitor for Itia BUSINESS FORT Madeod. No reasonable offer refined. Health reasons. Apply Ed's Billiards or phone 23d-9flll. INFORMATION REFERRAL Centre A.l.D. Advice, Infonrtatlpn and Direction Irs areas o! Health, Welfare and Recreation. Phone 327-7373, 50 a.m. 4 p.m. lower shop, Bov 60, Mpr.Hil. SALON, PRICED FOR quick ifilt. Write Box 39, Herald. EXPF.RIENCCQ C A s'l! 1 C R S FOR LARGE LOCAL KETAIL. STORE. WRi'lE SOX HERALD, ANONYMOUS Anyone wlfh a drinkinq problem. Phone cr 328-3246, after CENTRAL half block from 78 stiller. Newly rcno-valed. Growth polenltal excelleflf. will handle. Phont FASHION CARCGR-PAST OR FULL Time- Mu'-t tfte flfd people. No cost fo interviews phone FOR MARRIAGE: IN-dividual assessment and discussion o! various aspects of married life. Con-Hct fhc LethbrWcje FarnMy iervirc for Iniorrrfalion at 327-57W. A DISC JOCKEY RccBrdcrf message by Jim Elliott you how. Phone Columbia Schwl of Brosdcasflng, SHORT-Of-'DER COOKS EXPERl-worK. full or oart-iifnc. Tcp wftgcs. Wn'a Box Ui, LEASE FULLY EQUIPPED hotel cafe In country communHy. Pcp-ulafion Take over Occcdiber 1, 1970. Apply Cosmopolitan Box 2701, Castor, Alberts. Additions and KATE ANDREWS HIGH SCHOOL CoBldaU fenders Sn (iccord wlfh tht Instructions fo Bidders for above works, will be received by Secretary Treasurer, County of Lethbridge No. Ik, 21U 13th Street S., Lethbridge, not later than p.m. Wednesday, December 9th, 1970. tenders shall be by a certified cheque in the aniount of nnd n Consent ot Surety. Contract Ootvmen's jnay tie obtained by General Contractors from ROBINS MITCHELL WATSON, Architects and Engineers, 4th Street 5., Lethbridge en deposit of S50.CO. sub trades may view documents ai me offices of Jhe Construct ion Associations at Lethhrlclge and WANTED HOUSEKEEPER (AGE 65 or over1) IM man H3 veari o! figel. Alw'ly For companionship or Phonf 3I7-7-S37, Lethbrldgs. Do you have a problem rfr Inker tn your home? Therc'i information, understanding and help for you. P.O. Sax 851, Lelhbrklge ar phone Larry 327-8340, Carol 323-7B71, Jane For This Area Naffortal company requires ressjonslbfs men and women lo reslock book display racKs with best selling books. No selling, locations secured. AppH-carils must be honest, energetic, have serviceable car and be able 1o devote seven to fen hours per week, investment required of SUOO fo 53000 to cover guaranteed Inventory. Right person can earn jgtXJ per rounlh or rnofa depending on effort nnd Investment. More inMirmsfion providsd .'IE your letter contains details on self. When writing please Include phons number. World Classics Limited 38 Isabella Street Toronto, Ontario REQUIRE CLERK TYPIST fOR PERMANENT POSITION preferred week Sslary comniensjjrafe with ability J5, Herald MEN'S HYGIENE PRODUCTS For Aciulfs Only SPECIAL OFFER For tfifierettf. Imported ruboer producis, of the finest quaOty. OR OUR FAMOUS OFFER For 60 of these finest Imported Brands plus free Bonus and illustrated grUe fist for oil your personal Male and In loving memory of our dear mother arnd grandmother, Alice Keva Stevenson, who passed away November. 14, 1968. Gone but not forgotten. remembered by Harding and Mary, grandchildren Harding Jr., Jo-Anne and Shirl. 9850 WINTERS In loving memory of our dear mother Ruby, who passed away November 14, 1969. Just a prayer from those who loved you, Just a memory fond and true, In our hearts you will live forever Because we thought (he world of you. remembered and sadly missed by Del, Laura aw children. 9849 WINTERS In loving memory of our mother and grandmother, Ruby Winters, who passed away November 14, 1969. Softly the leaves of memory fall, Gently I gather and treasure them all. God called you home to rest It is said He takes Hie best Unseen, unheard, you are always near Still loved, still missed anc very dear. E v e r remembered b y Harold, Bae and family. ODCN1NGS IN 1 ETHBRIOGE, f'ABER, FOREMOST, COALDALE and FORT -MACLEOD MERRY CHRISTMAS AVON cjivcs you (fie opportunity to sum spare lime into money Selling imp cf nift 'o Mrs M Sco'tf 251 -I 23rd Ave. S. 1 1 0-M needs by reforn mall, olairt sealed. The largest selection !n Canada. OF COMPLETION OF UST OF ELECTORS Notice Is hereby given under the provisions of The Municipal Election Ac! tM the List of Electors of the Municipal District of Taber No. U has been prepared and that, a copy of the said List of Electors Is posted in She foilowinq places. Municipal Office, Administration Taber Gr-issy Lafce Post Office Purpte Springs Post Qmct Vauxhall Post Office Any qualified elector may during regular business hours maKe app -cation lo the Municipal Secretary for the correction of any error or omission in fhe said List of Electors by application to trie Municipal Secretary on or befors Ihe 17th day ot November 1970. Dated at Taber this lath day of November, 1970 Doucjias Francis Municipal WANTED: SECRETARY AppHcaHens (or the above nrjtsd pcst-tion wilt he received by the undersigned until November U, 1970. Proficiency in typing and shorthand essential. W. V. Secre'sirv ireasurer Lethbrldqo School District No. 51 15th St- S, P.O. Box JOC2, Vancouver, B.C. 1956-1 LOANS by the Canadian Association of University Teachers. The professors' contracts were not renewed when the institut ion reorganized two 'departments earlier this year. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED College Mall. Phone 329-3331 The widest facility available. We ccn-Sider ALL TYPES o! mortgage loans. SERVICES AND TAPING, SPRAV1NG ceilings, fexcollenf Spark re-elected for festival loans sva liable on farms, homes, hotels, motels, commercial buildings and Industrial properties located anywhere in Alberts. Fast, cordial, confidential fiervica. at competitive rates. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548. STAMP AMD Rubber stamps, corpora's seals, aglets, etc. same day Service. TSrtrf Ave- S. Phone 326-51 1-4. Richard passed away in the Cardston Municipal Hospital on Friday, November 13, 1970, after a lengthy illness, at 60 years of age, the son of the late William Blackmore and Mary Home Blackmore. He leaves to mourn his passing, his loving wife, Theda Archibald Black-more of 1204 15 St. S., Lethbridge; Ihree sons, William Archibald of Calgary, Richard Phillip of Victoria, B.C. and James Owen of Edmonton; five daughters, Mrs. Sharon Murray ot Saskatchewan, Mrs. Shannon Bice o! Cardston, Mrs. Patricia Campbell of Raymond, Kris-line and Dixie Joy of Lethbridge; 14 grandchildren. He was born and raised in Cardston; his maul occupation was raising cattle. He followed the rodeo circuit for several years. Served a two year mission for the LDS Church. Spent six years with the Army overseas in the services of his country and four years in the Yukon Territory still with the Army, On his return, he bought a ranch and settled in the Beazer district for about ten years. When his health started' failing, ha sold out and moved to Cardston to work as a hotel clerk. Five years ago, he moved to Lethbridge and he spent approximately two years as a Commissionaire. The funeral will be held in Cardston on Monday, November 16 at a.m. in the Alberta Stake Chapel, with Bishop Glen Jones officiating. Interment, Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family in the Belief Society room of the church from a.m. prior to the service. No flowers by request. .Chfistensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. REPAIRS TO -JiNG-er machines, ccmperenr adjustments o ali other makes. Free home estimate. Phone 377-22J3, Singer CO- o f Canada, College Mail. MALE HELP TV TECHNICIAN OR Herald. 9 TAG SALES and SERVICE. SER-vices or. all maKes cf washers end dryers, autcmstic or conventional. Also ait small appliances, lawn mowers, too large or too small. YOU ARE HOLDING A mortgage on someone else's properly or a balance of sale, and would like to turn if Into cash, Niagara will purchase and pay you fop price. Discuss jr with cm o! our experts. Consolidation loans are also available. THE NIAGARA COMPANIES Suite 1, AU 7tli St. S. 327-85.15 (HNS) Falrlie Spark was re-elected chairman of Taber Kiwanis Club's music festival committee' at its recent annual meeting. He is suppsrt-ed by Earl H. Eliingson vice-chairman, Ron Hunt treasurer, and Mrs. Nellie Eliingson secretary. Copies of the 1971 syllabus are now available, and may ba obtained at Bodie Bros. Cloth-big, Oddie's Central Drugs, and The Taber Times. YOUNG MEM INTERESTED IN A career in dancing. Full training, with pay for right applicant! Phcne 35S-9332. FOR DWELLING HOUSE IN STAVELY, ALBERTA To dose out an tenders for the purchase of a clean fully modem but older type bungalow in Stsvely, Aifaerta, wllJ be accepted until December 1, 1970. This house contains 3 bedrooms- living-room, bathroom, kitchen and dining room, plus a utility room. It is newly painted inside and out is situated' on a large Colly landscaped 3nd fenced Sot in the Town c! Stayely, and has a separate garage. For further information contact Mr. Arthur Sundquist, Stavely, Phone 27B-2194 or Mr. Everett Johnson, Phone All fenders -nust be eddressed to 1he Estate of Olaf Svelndahl, Box 307, CJaresholm, Aiberia, end must ba accompanied by a Certified cheque in ttie sorn of 10% ol the lender. Unsuccessful tenders wilt be 'etorned within 10 days after tha dost of tenders. Tenders close December 1, 1970. The successful lender will be required to complete the transaction by payment of cash wHhtn S) days of the acceptance of the tender. D. J. WELBOURN Barrister 'and Solicitor Box 207 Clareshotm, Solicitor for ttia Estata cf olsf wife, Connie Armstrong, navlrso eft my bed and board, 1 will no longer responsible for debts incurred by her. Signed, Louia Armstrong. REQUIRED MAINTENANCE MAN FOR LARGE LEADING RETAIL ORGANIZATION. WRITE BOX Sfi, HERALD. MAN FOR GENERAL FEED LOT work. Must be able !o start immediately. Experience necessary. Ueroy Murphy. 23-i-709fl cr write Prime Feeders Ltd., Forf 'Mscleod- TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Pnone cr 327-243B. FULLY INSURED TREE SUR-GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC, PHONE 328-2094. RAVEN 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rocms, re-modelling and repairs, Phona 327-3219. Take Notice thai my wife having Itf) my bed and board, J wilt no longer be responsible for any debts Incurred by DONALD EDWARD BLUNDEH GRAIN ELEVATOR MANAGER Fw Ellfion'l Cardsfon Elevator. essential. Must be bankable Jnd In good health. Apply In person, Lethbridge Office. CLEAN-UP. ALL KINDS OF iu'nk hauled" away. Tree trimming and odd lobs, PhonB 327-1641. BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenscn Construction, IffiiO 7Hi Ave. S. PiionB set for rec board COALDALE (HNS) At its recent meeting the southern regional recreation board established lengths of terms for the board members. The following was decided; one year ending Dec. 31, 1S70: Francis Wright and Ben Pavan both of Sunnyside, Sonny (El-win) Miller, Readymade. Two years ending Dec. 31, 19T1: Harold Osmond, Mc-Nally, George Begany, Coal-dale district and Norman Ober, Readymade, Three years ending Dec. SI, 1972: Charles Bryant and Mrs. Elizabeth Ens, both of Coal-dale. Those to serve to end of this year will be asked lo continue for another full term. Mii-o Tomasta is Lethbridge County 26 representative. Ben Reimer is the Coaldale council representative. Secretary treasurer is Earl Foxall. W. D. Gcldcrt is recreation-director. Mrs, Melba Solderstrom Is receptionist stenographer in the' office wliich is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday to Friday. Those wishing to make an inquiry by phone may call 345-3746. In loving memory of a dearly beloved husbane and father, Alec Harsany, who passed away November 14, 1968. Two years have passed- since our great sorrow fell, How we miss him no words can tell. No longer in our lives to share, But in our hearts forever there. remembered, always loved and sadly missed by his wife Emma and bis children Craig, Bonny, Jeannie and Randy. 9R45 HOWELL In loving TRIMMING Tret pruning and removal, FRAMING TO ALL TYPES OF BUILDINGS. RENOVATIONS, AMD RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 353-8572 OR 327-3234. "THE TOWN OF RAYMOND Invites bids up to November 2Qth for hauling garbage, on s one year contract, starting December 1st, 1970. Particulars may be obtained at the Town Qiiice. Lovjesil or any not necessarily accepted. Box. 61% Raymond, Alberta." Warren L. Jones, Secretary AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phone 3W-73S8 of 32M438, OH WELL ROTTED MANU-re Half prlca while It lests, Phnne 328-32SJ. MARKETING SUPERVISOR IHfrolium marketing oraanlXBilDn HMklng a qualified Marketing Supervisor for field assignment. Ouiias Snvolvt sales promofion, puMJc relations and auditing of baifc oil Bgenclw. Applicant should preferably between 25-45 with at losst flva yean related flxperlence. Salary commensurate wlih qualifications. Pltast reply Jo P.O. Bex 1022, WORK Slept, driveways, retaining wails, patio. AH worK guaranteed. POULTRY AND EIGHT MONTH OLD laying Leghorn hens, SI each. Allan Romeril, Raymond. 752-2097. STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, waler proofing, inured, estimates, phont AND ROASTERS LIVE AT coop 22c Ib. Evenings and Saturday Phoni 752-2532, Duane Forsyth, Welling. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of ENZQ TATSUKAWA, late cf the Town of Raymond, Alberta, Retired Farmer, who died on the 3fd day of February, 1969. TsKa notice that persons leaving claims upon tha Estate of the abeve named must1 file wlfh the undersigned by the um day of December, a full statement oi clairns and of securities held by them. L G. G. BREEZE, Assistant Public Trustee, 2S1 John J. Bowlen 6SO 2Jh Ave. S. W., Calgary 2, Alberta MA1NTENANCE MAN EXPERIENCE IN FOOD PROCESSING DFSIRA8LE BUT NOT ESSEN-TIA.L. MECHANICALLY INCLINED. TO START IMMEDIATELY. SALARY COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE, WRITS RE5UM8 TO-VAUXHAIL FOODS LTD. Personnel Deportment Vauxhall, Alberts ready 37 cents per Ib. on dozen tot. Free delivery. Custom killing. Hell, muln Dyck, Coeldale. Phoria 34S-322J. ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 Ths following application for development permit has been -made fo Ihe Municipal planning 73 795 0. Bergman to establish a home occupation phone service tor 5 carpet installation contractor at 1807 i Avenue North. PLACE OF HEARING; Council Chambers City Hall. TIME OF HEARING: P.M. DATE OF HEARING: Wednesday, November 18, 1570-Any psrson affected by the said proposal has Ihe right fo present a brief prior to the hearing and to be present and be heard at the hearing. Persons requiring to be heard .at the meeting shall submit briefs lo the Development Officer riot later than November 17, 1970. The application for development end supporting data may be inspected in the City Hall in the Office of the Development Ofticsr. Date: November 1Z, 1W> T, Kanashiro Development Officer OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTS PUBLIC SALE OF LAND UNDER THE TAX RECOVERY ACT 1955 MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF TABER NO. 14 Notice Is hereby given ffcat under the provisions of The Tax Recovery Act, the Municipa) District of Taber No 14 will offer for sale by public auction at the Municipal Office, Taber, Alberta, on Thursday, fhe 26th day of K'svember, WO, at o'ctotk in the afternoon, the following larfds: Pt. of Sec. Sec- Tp. Rge. M. Area 23 8 14 4 160.00 1 CC of T IM-LsHM) Ft. 34 8 H 4 30.00 EC. Of T. 1C9-H-207) Pt H. W.'A 18 11 14 X "5.5 1C. oi T. 89-0009) 5.W.14 W 11 14 {t. Of T, 89-D-I09) M.S. 14 1 9 15 4 160.00 EC. cf T. 91-R-2S) PI, 1 13 4 159.00 fC. of T. 91-R-M S.E 1 1 15 4 160.00 fC. of T. 31-R-2S) Pt. S.W.% 1 9 15 4 159.00 (C. Of T. 91-R-26) PI. N.S.Vj n 9 15 4 159.00 CC. Of T. Pt N 17 15 4 159.00 fC, Of T. 74-0-10) S.E.'A 12 t 15 4 160.00 fC. of T. 93-R-J5) Ft S WV4 13 S 15 4 159.00 (C. cf T. 74-0-iQ) Pt. N.H.'A 23 9 15 4 153.10 (C. of T. 97-M-10I) Pt. N.W.V4 23 9 15 4 159.41 (C. o( T. 97-M-SOfi PI. S S.V4 23 9 15 4 159.00 1C. of T. 97-M-JQ1) S.W.U 23 9 15 4 160.00 CC. Of T. 97-M-101) Pt N.E.Vi 10 15 4 CC. of T. 139-D-91J 10 9 14 4 71.50 CC- of T. 1I9-H-9) Pi. S.W.Vi 12 11 16 4 153.77 of T. 1J3-Z-222) Pi. 17 13 16 4 1SB.OO CC. oi T. 125-Y-99) Pf S.WU 19' 13 16 i. 153.50 (C. Of T, U5-Y-I93) 20 13 16 X HO.OO lo. A-63.1) OA7ED at City of In the Provm'.o cf AfbcrKi, this dtjy of November, W. L. ly accepted. Tenders must be [n Ihe office of ttis St. Mary River Irrigation District, P.O. Box 278, Uihbricfge, Alberfa prior to p.m. on Thursday, December 3, ma. The Board Gf Directors Sf. Wary River Irrigation District P.O. Box 278 Alberts. gather ETZIKOM (HNS) The Faith Sacred Heart Women's League met at the home of Mrs. Bruce (Katby) Harty with 12 members answering roll call with the presentation of a toy for the children at the Calgary Crash. Rev. Rostaing was on hand to !ead the prayers and answer queslions. A successful bake sale and turkey bingo was reported. The annual church cleaning will take place Dae. 2. A catechism discussion was held duo to the lad (hat lesson two had been omitted in tlio took for Hie Grade 7 pupils. Mrs. Henry Schcrcr gave MI analysis on prayer and meditation followed by a discussion. Mrs. Tony (Barbara) Kanig was the winner of the hostess gift. Lunch was served assisted by the co-hostess Mrs. John (Rose) Ilarfy. The next meeting b scheduled for Dec. 1. I would like to thank all my friends who helped make the Presentation Night put on in my honor, a memorable one. Mifflln. 9869 ZONTA We wish lo express our sincere thanks and appreciation to otir friends and neighbors who sent flowers, cards of sympathy and assisted us in every way during our recent be-rcavement. A special thanks to Itev. R. W. Elliott (or his help and kindness. Zonta family and relatives. 9B86 TAKEDA We wish to thank our relatives and friends for all Ihcir acts of kindness during our recent bereavement; for flowers, kodcn, food and comforting visits. They were greatly appreciated. Special thanks to the doctors and staff of the Coaldale Hospital; to Rev. Leslie Kawamura and the members of the Lelhbridge Honpa Buddhist Church for their kind assistance. Airs Voshi Takeda MAKE EASY SSS Easy to soil Ponly Hose. Also socks For the entire family. Tights, h.riefs and bikini panties, ate. Free :nftrticl-lons and Colcr Catalogue. Wrifa today: Reslon Hosiery Ltd., 10383 Hebert Si., Montreal North 459, Quebec. Anderson Agencies IOC Professional Bldg. Phone 327-6244 Weil established grocery store and meal market In thriving southwestern A certa town. Grossing over S150.000 per year, -Full price Builfiings, slack and equipment S35.000. Terms. EXCLUSIVE SACRIFICE SIX ssj te rpotel, on niain street? Lakes. Full price SM.SCO. A so sgvergl gond farms Evenings Phone Wayne Anderson ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF igjp HIGHWAYS 64 SEWING DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS. Fasf service. 828 16th St. N. Phone 326-1659, TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS received by the undersigned up to H :88 o'clocfc Standard Time on Friday, November ?7fh, 1570 for the construct Sf Ifie following Pcojuct: Imorovement QislrkH 14 Gravel Crinhlno enr! Loadina fo l-lO-'iOO Cubic YarrJJ flnd fnsy be olitflinrd a) the QfHce ni Ihr? Chief Mtiinienance Engineer, HiqhvJayn Bu (Jinq, Edmonton, Alberta, fhe Office of the District Engineer, J707 ftth Slrfict N.W., Alberta end ths Office ol thp District Engineer, Admin strat Ion Buiidins, teiribririge, Alberts iind be available only to in-div duals domiciled, registered and opera t ng in itic Province of Alberta, or fo partnerships or corporations and operating tn and who have osta Wished a fixed place of' business i'i the Province of Albar'a. A deposit of wenly-five Doilsrs will ba re-quired tor each copy of She Cent pact and Specifics lions taken- Each bsrJ must be accompanied by 8 marked cheque or bond equal to 10 por cent 0f he Tender. Tenders will he opened En pub ic The owest or nny Tender no! accepted. L- M.. Oopuly of and Transport. 65 LOST AND LOST Btucpo'mt Siamese cat. Vicinity ?9fh Sf. end 15th Ave. S. Answers IQ nftnn; of Niko. LOST WALLET CONTAINING pA-327-5113. LOST Blacfc top coaS with sef of keys, of Suste Bawden School, on Monday, Nowmter 9, Would the iw-Bon who 'ho by please cortlac! owner 3Z3-.i662 ,'f.a Klso recover Iheir ovn ccsl. YOU FED-UP AND TIRED WITH ROUTINE? Gel in on Ihe ground floor of one of Canada's newest and fastest-growing businesses, EARN TO PER YEAR FOR AS 11TTLE AS FOUR HOURS A DAY! Younq woman tired of routine Piiflififly disabled person Th n kalflrnati? TRIFIERS'NEED NOT APPLY Investment of required lully secured ail first of Johnson's AdrJillon Lois BlocK of 4 ,1 3S74R 5 4 loved and remembered by Duena, DeVere and family. ot Purpls Springs Block Plsn 4 9 store application is OH file COALDALE (HNS) The Alberta liquor control board makes no commitment at this :ime on UK town's application for the establishment of a liquor store here. The board staled It would consider Co.ildale's application with many others on file when >reparing the elort program budget tor 66 FOR PARENTS If you hsvc some brainchild or Idea you wousrf lik" psionfcd nnd cJpfi'l 1357. cf Granlham Lo'5 niocr; 1 6 79S7DU 3 l Hamlet of Enchant Lots Dlcck Pian S 1 -438BD 6 1 E.ich'oarccl will hr for subject to the of the Minister oi Municipal AMiilrs and subioct to a rcsnrve bid anci to the resort lions and conclilicfiS in the cdsJing terliticates cf tiilfl. Iprms; Cash, Redpmptlcn rrifty te hy paymtr.t ol all arnws cl nnrf ccsti. at any timr; prior fo flse salt1. Ddtcd at the Town cf Tobsr, iri the Province of this StJi (lay of iepifmiinr, 1970. DOUGLAS costs IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Lethbridge County 26 councillor Dick Papworth of Sundial discussed school costs at the recent meeting of the Iron Springs Home nnd School Association. J. Asplund's class won room attendance award. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM ORINK RS HEEDING UHDERSTAKDINft AMD INFORMATION CON7ACV AL ANOfJ FAMILY GROUP. WRITH INQUIRES CARE OF !'-0, BOX LKTft-KRSOGE, ASK AflOtlT OUR fTSTAL S'LAM Ofiiy ?150 fesr rr.ori.lh HEINTZMAN PHO.'JE Yesterday By Till-; CANADIAN1 JjvcriKw) Buttling Iscssio Brnddock, 71, former vctcrnn Party .member in the House of Commons, uficr a Munco Takcda, Aiko and George Tnkeda, Nancy and Ego Takcda, Fudge and Kinji Tnkeda, Hickie and Ralph Karon, Novcy and Minoru Yoshida, Tobie and Georgo cf 'h. Court wa> served. ;