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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 22, 1974 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SMALL HOME REPAIRS REASONABLE RATES PHONE 328- 7492 5708-tl 84 GARDENING Wuli rotted manure will deliver or car. bo picked up Catl evenings 328- 3289 3443-tf Trees and hedges Trimmed pruned or removed Prompt reasonable We undercut Phono 3840-tf SAl'IS AND MOVING OF IRE! G SPRUCi TREE FARMf. LTD.1 PHCNL 328 5806 C7914-K, Mel ear' j. free Surgery Free es- timulos Pruning trimming and felling CjM 328-2094 327- 132o 7030-tf RO-KO TREE SERVICES Experienced Tree removal and tree pruning 328- 7672 4539-26N 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Fryers Free delivery Also custom work H Dyck. Coaldaie Phone 345- 3224 C4106-tf Thirty Moscovy ducks S2 to S4 each live Phone 234-5161 or write Box 1299 Fort Mac'ecd 5897-22 Government inspected geese bagg- ed and frozen Money back guaran'ee Phone 328-6963 or Keith Bell 654-2905 Vauxhall 6115-28 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES___________ German Shepherd pups for sale Phone Picture Butte 732-4278 5726-22 Joannes Poodle and Pet Clipping Service For appo intment phone 3283763 1186-tfh Queensland Blue Healer pups ft. sale Phone 752-3338. Raymond 5381-tf Shepherd pups Will hold until Chnst- mas Phone 654-2049. Vatxhall 5793-30 PUREBRED ENGLISH SPRINGER PUPPIES Si'e Am Can Ch Welcome Home James Dam Can Ch ArgeeJays Water Poooy bred for show field and famnv com- panion Write Box 1123 LetPbridge 5653-30n Okoonawa Kennels Individual indoor-outdoor heated solid block runs See yellow pages 23-tf Standard long hair Dachshund pups Show and pet quality Championship blood line Phone 327-9441, after 6 30 p m 5792-22 Keeshunds Poodles, Pekinese Shetland Sheep dogs Dachshunds Phone 485-6502 Vulcan 5743-22 Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies registered Pnone 288-7235 Calgary evenings 5870-25 One purebred Samoyed Husky, no papers S50 About ten months old Phone 327-0475 5871-25 Smamg canaries for sale 1316 6th Ave" S 5S43-26 German Sheoherd Collie cross male pun six months Male and female white small type pupnies Phone 234- 4161 Fort Macieod 5909-22 Cocker Spaniel pups Six weeks old 752-2192 Veiling 5965-22 Kifen 'o give away free Phone 328- 4533 6021-23 Free Male German Shepherd cross pup Phone 327-8629. after 5 p m 6022-23 Registered Black Lab for sale 809 7S qua'itv i materials Located in bun shopoion mall at Lethbridge Can PHYL KRISTIANSEN at 327-4943, or ROYAL TRUST REAL ESTATE at 328-7761 MLS C4475-27 FOR SALE BY OWNER 12 Suite apartment block, three years old. choice location, fully occupied Building is of concrete and brick con- struction, 10''2% mortgage. For further particulars write Box 25, Herald C4405-1 ONE HOUR CLEANITIZING The successful name in dry cleaning and laundry Franchise available for Southern Alberta centres Ideal fami- ly investment Box 4514. Station C. Calgary 6081-5 NEW COIN OPERATED GAME (THIS IS NOT GOLF) AGES 5 to 90 WANT TO PLAY 1 Exclusive areas available in Lethbridge and Southen Alberta 2 Over 200 games now in operation, manufactured in B C 3 All locations supplied There is no charge for an exclusive area. 4 All of investment is used for equipment 5 Simple to service, part time 6 investment can return net per month from to 7 Excellent return when located in beer parlours arcades, pool halls, bowling alleys, private clubs ana' recreational centres For more information send name. address and telephone number to' BOX 10, HERALD 5575-26 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S -328-5548 C52l6-tf 90 CONTRACTS__________________ DESIGN HOMES 3eneral contractor Design and build ,our home at lower cost Phone 328- 3525 4305-tf Farm and ranch painting. Farms and industrial spray oamting done Also interior and exterior of house Phone 327-2046 1578-tf Interior, exterior oamtinq. smai1 carpentry jobs, roof repairs Reasonable Phone Bill 328- 9743 4358-tt Entertain friends in your new rumpus room this holiday season For fast and guaranteed workmanship phone your rumpus room specialist now. Phone 345-4938. 6011-190 Fences repaired built Miscellaneous building Concrete patios, sidewalks drives steps chimneys, all repairs Jim 327-5037 328- 3983 7-93-tf HANDY MAN SERVICED Serving home and industry Garbage collection, yards, basements and garages cleaned. Free estimates Phone 328-4592 2509-t! MURRAY FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, land- scaping, back filling, driveway, corral cleaning rototilling No job too small or too large 327-5817. 2120-h Trenching, plowing, hoeing, in- stallations and supplies Prairie Ditching Company PHONE 327-8280 C2463-M Ted Bingham Construction Custom Built Homes additions, rumpus rooms and renovations Phone 327- 3284 ,4056-tl PRESTIGE HOMES AND CONSTR Phone us for homes and home improvements, garages, rumpus rooms and all cement work Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 327- 0939 756-tf Contractor all repairs, renovatib-is. lay blocks, bncks, fireplaces, stone laying, sidewalks, driveways, cement finishing, stuccoing, in house builder, small jobs accepted 328-0266, 329- 4678 387-tf BOX NUMBER REPLIES 3, 5, 23, 25. 27. V6. 89. 96. 106, 113. 140. 142. 148 PUBLIC NOTICES THE LIQUOR LICENSING -ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENCE PuMio notice ib j'.c 'i tit Leisure in- tends 10 apoly to The Alberta L.quoi Control Board for a Dining Lounge Licence to sell beer, wine or liquor by the glass 'or consumption on the following described premises' WESTERN DIVERSIFIED LEISURE LTD THE HARVESTER 411 3rd Avenue Lethbridge, Alberta Western 50 ft of Lots 12 and 13, Block 18, Plan No Lethbridge 4352 S Objections to this application shall be made forthwith to The Alberta Li- quor Control Board. Edmonton. Dated at Lethbridge. Alberta, this 8th day of November, 1974. WESTERN DIVERSIFIED LEISURE LTD E J. FRY President N36 GOVERNMENT QF TENDERS WANTED FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE WAREHOUSE EXTENSION TO ALBERTA PUBLIC WORKS SHOPS, 4020 BOWNESS ROAD, CALGARY, ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to the Pro- ject Director, Alberta Public Works, Calgary, for Construction of the Warehouse Extension to Alberta Public Works Shops, 4020 Bowness Road. Calgary, Alberta, will be received up to 2 o'clock P M Wednesday, December 18, 1974, at the office of the Project Director. Alberta Public Works, J J Bowlen Building. 620 7th Avenue S.W. Calgary. Alberta. This contract is for the construction of a 15.000 square foot warehouse and a 295' x 106' paved yard All exterior finishes to match existing The yard will be screened by a 10 foot high masonry fence Plans, specifications and tender forms may be obtained on applica- tion to the Project Director. Alberta Public Works. J J Bowlen Building, 620 7th Avenue S W Calgary, Alber- ta, OR from the Contracts Branch 16th Floor College Plaza, 8215112nd Street, Edmonton Alberta, and will be available to General Con- tractors, and sub trades on deposit of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS which will be refunded when plans and specifications are returned to Alberta Public Works, prepaid, complete and in good order not later than fourteen (14) days after closing date of tender, otherwise the deposit shall be forfei' Plans and specifications have been placed with Construction Associations in Edmonton. Calgary. Red Deer. Lethbridge. Medicine Hat. Grande Prairie and peace River, for the use of sub-trades. Sub-trade contractors and subs to sub-trade contractors as listed therein shall bid according to the rules and regulations of the Alberta Bid Depository and through the Calgary Construction Association Each general contractors tender must be accompanied by (a) a cer- tified cheque or bid bond m the amount of or: (b) a cer- tified cheque for an amount of not less than 10% of tender or bid bond m the amount of 10% of tender Cer- tified cheques are to be made payable to the Provincial Treasurer The attention of tenderers is drawn to iho "a-jblic works Page 2. Clause 9. which refers to Forfeiture of Security The successful tenderer will be re- quired to provide a certified cheque or negotiable or properly assigned Government of Canada or Alberta Provincial Government Bonds for Ten Per Cent 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 Room 801. J J Bowlen Building. 620 7th Avenue. S W Calgary. Alberta W A. B. Saunders. P. Eng. Deputy Minister of Public Works NBO WHEN PEOPLE POP I Births, Deaths, In Mernoriams 1 Cards Of Thanks I DEATH DONG Passed away suddenly in the city on Wednesday, November 20, 1974, Mr. Sam Dong at the age of 68 years, beloved husband of Mrs Jung S. Dong of 1260 3rd Ave. S. The funeral ser- vice will be held at p.m. on Monday, November 25, 1974, in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave S., with Rev. James Chuang officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C4526 PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS The Taber School Division No 6 in- vites tenders for the 1975 calendar year supply of gasoline and tires. Details and specifications may be ob- tained by contacting the under- signed Tenders must be received by December 10, 1974 William Malmsky Taber School Division No 6 PO. Box 1239 Taber, Alberta N73 TENDERS Will be received by the undersigned for diesel fuel and gasoline re- quirements for period January 1st to December 31st. 1975 when and where required, in the Municipal District of Willow Creek No 26. All tenders must be received prior to December 9th. 1974 Further infor- mation may be obtained at the office of the Secretary Treasurer R R Hartfelder. Secretary-Treasurer Municipal District of Willow Creek No 26 Box 550, Claresholm. Alberta. TOL OTO. N30 PUBLIC NOTICE THE WATER RESOURCES ACT OLD MAN RIVER DIVERSION Notice is hereby given that William E Valgardson, have filed an application and plans under provisions of Water Resources Act, to construct the necessary work to divert a maximum of four thousand two hundred acre- feet of water per annum from the Old Man River on NE 18-11-16-4 and NW 33-11-16-4 for irrigation purposes Any person having a bonafide in- terest in the matter may file objec- tions with the Controller of Water Resources Department of the En- vironment Milner Building, Ed- monton on or before the 22nd day of December 1974 William E Valgardson NB2 HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER TEN BEDROOM ADDITION GOLDEN ACRES LODGE, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Sealed tenders for the construction and completion of a 10 Bedroom ad- dition to the Senior Citizens Lodge in Lethbridge, Alberta, clearly marked "Tender for Golden Acres Lodge. LethbridoP Alberta Project No will be received by the un- dersigned up to 2 00 p m M S T Wednesday. December 11. 1974 Tenders w.ll be opened in public Plans and specifications are available to General Contractors at the office of the Architects. Wright Fairbairn Architects Ltd No 103- 10160 115th Streeet. Edmonton. Alberta, upon deposit of S25 00 which will be refunded when the plans and specifications are returned to the Architect in good condition, not later than fourteen (14) days after the clos- ing date Plans and specifications may be viewed at the Construction Associations in Edmonton. Calgary and Lethbridge. Alberta Tenders must be accompanied by a Certified Cheque or Bid Bond for ten per cent of the total bid price THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY 3E ACCEPTED President Alberta Housing Corporation 11810 Kmgsway Avenue. Edmonton. Alberta T5G OX5 N68 HOUSiiV.G CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER SEN1OP CITIZEN'S LODGE EVANSBURG Alberta Project No SENIOR CITIZENS' LODGE WINFIELD Alberta Project No Sealed 1or ths construction and completion of "he Seniot Citizens Lodges will be rete'ved 1O' public openmg by the A'beria HOUS- tng Corporation Edr-ionlon Off ce no 1han 2 30 p m MS' Wednesday Deccnbe'' 11 1 97 J Conlraclors may submit bids on eilher or bolh proiecls with all bids c'early marVed IOT The 'lans and soccficalionE. ob lamed from ins CTI'-SSO" Archiiorlc Llti 12410 "03 td-nc-n'on Albert Phone ae2-J.S16 uoon cash or ten c-ieaue in Ihc; a-nouri ol refundable wilhin 16 Says o1 fndcr cloimq urttj nigy be the Conduction itor m Deer mm be accornps-ied by a rfirgijr. of byr (j p The erf 110 0' THf. LOWEST OP A1J' M9T NECESSARILY BE ous D Avenije Edmonton Albert 75S 0X5 M77 DEATH KORNELSEN Passed away in the city on Monday, November 18, 1974, following a brief illness, Rev. Henry H. Kornelsen at the age of 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Sara Kornelsen of Coaldale. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, November 22, 1974, in the Mennonite Brethren Church, Coaldale, with Mr. John Dueck officiating, assisted by Rev. Rudy Heidebrecht and Rev. Henry Nikkei. Interment will follow in Coaldale Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Gideon Bible Society, Mr. Frank Friesen, Coaldale. Those who wish may pay their respects at the church from 12 30 p.m. until prior to the time of service. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4527 IN MEMORIAM DOW In loving memory of Leroy who passed away Nov. 1971. We do not need a special day To bring you to our mind. The days we do not think of you Are very hard to find. They say that time heals all sorrow And helps us to forget, But so far time has only shown How much we miss you yet remembered and sadly missed by his wife Norma and family 6071 CARDS OF THANKS HOLMES I would like to thank all those who sent cards, flowers and gifts and those who took the time to visit me in the hospital. Special thanks to the doctors and staff of the Municipal Hospital for their kindness. Shirley Holmes 6002-23 DEGAUST We would like to extend sincere thanks to friends and relatives for their expression of sympathy. Special thanks to Reverend Keith Churchill and to the pallbearers and also to those who travelled to attend the funeral of our mother. __The Degaust Family 6082 CALHOUN We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for the comfort and sympathy by relatives, friends and neighbors through the flowers, food and cards sent to our home during the recent bereavement of our young son. A special thanks to Rev. Frank Lee and Rev. Robert Mitchell and the young pallbearers, also those who donated to the cemetery memorial fund, and the United Church, and Cancer Society, and many thanks to Dale Martin for his kindness and sympathy. Calhoun Family Barrie and Harry, Sandy and Jerry. Sheila and Rory. 6000-22 rates SIX months Gary Steven Grant, 20, 1720 2nd Ave. N., was sentenced to six months in jail after pleading guilty in provincial court Wednesday to stealing an automatic transmission Nov. 8 from Marshall Auto Wreckers Ltd., 308 2nd Ave. N. The six months will be add- ed on to the 14 months Grant has to serve on a 1973 car theft conviction. He has been on parole but the parole was automatically revoked when Grant pleaded guilty to steal- ing the transmission. A warrant was issued for Richard Schultz, 19, 1313 4th Ave. S Wednesday after he failed to appear in court on charges of dangerous driving and a failing to remain at the scene of an accident. Shultz was charged Nov. 2 after a motorist left the scene of an accident which resulted in one minot injury and damage. The motorist was in- volved in a high speed chase with two city police cars and apprehended six miles north of the city limits. A warrant has been issued for William Michael David, 30, of Lethbridge who failed to appear in court Nov. 13 on a charge of intoxication. David successfully appealed a four month intoxication sentence in District Court Oct. 4 and was placed on the interdiction list. However, David was arrested Nov. 5 and appeared in court Nov. 6 on an intoxication charge. He was freed on bail and told to appear in court Nov 13 but didn't. A 32-year-old Lethbridge man who faces 10 charges of false pretences and three charges of obtaining lodging by fraud was remanded for one week because other charges are pending against him. Norman West is charged with offences that occurred between July 5 tr.d Sept. 12 and involve about West was remanded in custody. He has not made an election or plea on the charges. Theft reported from residence A radio and a starter paint set valued at were reported stolen from a Lethbridge resident about p.m. Thursday. Lethbridge city police say the Reginold Stolearcius residence, 1235 St. Charles Road, which is under construction, was entered by someone who forced the milk shute of the home to get in. Older unilingual employees exempt from language bill OTTAWA (CP) Unilingual federal employees 60 years of age or older are no longer required to take second-language training. Treasury Board President Jean Chretien told the Com- mons Thursday. Mr. Chretien, reporting to Parliament on the progress of implementing the Official Languages Act in the public service, said employees ex- empted because of age will re- tain the right to occupy or be appointed to bilingual positions. The number of positions now designated bilingual has reached than double the original estimate. However, public service un- ions were consulted and the designations were made with their approval. Walter Baker ville-Carleton) agreed the move likely will make for a more contented public ser- vice, but accused the govern- ment of "gross mis- management" in imple- menting the Official Languages Act. He said Mr. Chretien's report, showing the bilingual positions more than double the original estimate, indicates the government has misled the public and the Commons. "The government is un- necessarily halting the careers of a large number of young Canadians." Some people don't have an aptitude for languages and it would be wrong to stop their career advancement, he said. Stanley Knowles North Centre) said he finally under- stood why he couldn't learn French. "I'm 60 years he said. Teaching methods should be improved and language train- ing should be made available at an early age. The govern- ment should "put more steam into its multiculturalism program and appoint a he said. Social Credit Leader Real Caouette said if the govern- ment was serious about bilingualism it would supply money to the provinces to teach French and English in the schools. He said when he considered that Air Canada was still hir- ing unilingual stewardesses it made him doubt the minister's sincerity. In a statement, Mr. Chre- tien said 53-per-cent of the public servants in bilingual positions are already bilingual, leaving "an es- timated training load of 19.000, the majority of whom are anglophones." A public service commis- sion spokesman said their ob- jectives remained consistent with the government's and they still expected to achieve a bilingual federal service by 1978. "At this point in time we (the commission) expect to reach our he said. Official Languages Com- missioner Keith Spicer said the report is "a useful clarification of the whole process of bilingualising the public and welcom- ed the news that 60-year-olds now are exempt from language training. Kenora charges held until land claim settled TORONTO