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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta at4 - TH? lETHBRIOGE HERALD -57 FEMALE HELP WANTED r-EMALE MIDDLF AGF HELP RF rjutrpd AoDiv FranKs Lunch Bar 820 3rd Ave S or ohona 328-830.I. df'er * p m. C-lnDridcje Family 5f�rvi(.P U20 / Ave. South Lerhbridge, Alberta. THE LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT Kennel Club will commencR fheir fall obedience training classes Tuesday, October 6, 1970, in the 4H Building, Lethbridge. Please bring your dog, and a choke chain la fit, to commence training af 7:00 p.m. Cost per , dog per class, {nine Tuesday even- I ings), $10.00. 7718-03h 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS � ESTABLISHED CHINCHILLA RANCH I 80 animals, including breeder and pelter cages at sell-out price. Phone 345-3385. 7930-2 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES $200 WEEKLY IF YOU CAN SELL like a professional, SI50 if you are just good. World's best lighting makers needs "op producer. Resume to box 114, Herald, 7995-7 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE Tlie county ot Vulcan No, ? Invites quotations on 5 tandem gravel trucks with 10 to 12 yard Branttord boxes c w 25-lon hoisi and P.T.O. Specifications may bp obtained from the undersigned. Quotations should be submitted by Tuesday, October 13, 1970. K. H. Gatenby Secretary-Treasurer County of Vulcan No. 2 Vulcan, Alberta S76 S Births, Deaths, Funerals, >J WANT TO MAKE Sl.OOO to S1,S00 over this winter! The Pincher Creek Curling Club will be leasing out the concessions in the curling rink this year. Interested persons contact Terry I Lyon. Phone 627-3945 or Box 159, ' Pincher Creek. 7749-03 SECOND HAND STORE, WITH without stock, PHONE 345-3534 OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE MLS. LISTING CJ87.|f C353-03h 61 TEACHERS WANTED 58 MALE HELP WANTED MECHANICALLY INCLINED MAN with "B" licence, to help on water drilling rig. Phone 327-6014. 7991-3 EARN SlOO TO S20O WEEKLY-SPARE ] or full-time. For appoinlment phone j 328-9641, before 6 p.m. C439-2 MUSIC TEACHER Grades one to six - Port Time Apply to: SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 534 - 1 8 STREET COUTH LEHTBRIDGE, ALTA. FRANCHISED DAIRY BAR RESTAU-ranl in progressive and rapidly growing soutliern Alberta town. Year-round business features Drive-in, V>/alk-up, I and Walk-in with seating for 20; large ' parking area; excellent location and I doing thriving business. Reasonably priced with terms available. Reason for selling - other business interests. For further details please phone 627-3050 or 627-4232 or write Box 232, Pincher Creek, Alberta. 7793-2 TENDER FOR SALE OF ONE PRECIPITRON UNIT Sealed Tenders, clearly marked on the outside of the envelope "Sale of Precipilron Unit" v/ill be received at the office of the purchasing agent, puchasing and stores department. 214 31sf Street North, Lethbridge, Alberta, up to 2:00 o'clock p.m., M.S.T., Monday. October 15, 1970. the precipitron unit consists of 1 centrifugal fan capacity 10,000 CFM at 2-0" static pressure, 1 Weslinghouse 5 h.p., 220 volt, 3 phase 60 cycle motor, 1 Weslinghouse 10,000 CFM precipitron. Bids will be acepted on the complete unit, or on each component part atid to be on an "as is, where is" basis. For lurther information and inspection of unit, please contact the purchasing and stores department, 214 - 31 SIreel North, Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 327-2283. The highest or any lender not necessarily accepted. R, W. Masson .Acting Purchasing Agent, Se2 Cards Of Thanks, In. Menioriams DEATHS KO\'.\CS - Passed away in the city after a lengthy illness, .John, at the age of 6!) years, of 1702 2nd Avenue North, beloved husband of the late .Julianne Kovacs. Funeral arrangements ! will be announced when com-I pleted. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc-I tors of Funeral Service. C487 CARDS OF THANKS SEPHTON - There comes a time when thank yon is not enough. People are wonderful, have been and still are. Thank you for your kindness. -Irma Sephton 8092 Western Liberal To Seek Natural Gas Export Tax 74 LOANS & INVESTMENTS I SCHWARTZ I AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 I College Mall. Phone 328-3331, I The widest facility available, .ve con-' sider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans C414-3 if you are DRILLER FOR ARTESIAN WELL, Estimates. Phone 738-4564, louis ^ c'hrupka, Turin. 7847-3 : 63 MUSIC TEACHERS holding YOUNG MAN WANTED TO WORK on floor and service for local tire shop. Trimbles Tire Supply. 314 11th SI. S. C473-8 LICENSED MECHANIC WANTED for service station in Lethbridge. Great ppportunity for right man. Box 110, Herald. "28-2 SINGING INSTRUCTIONS - WILL give lessons in my home. Phone 327 6888, after 6 p.m. 65 LOST AND FOUND 7717-03h WANTED - OIL FIELD CONSTRUC-tion Please apply to Box 107, Herald - stating age, experience and marital status. 7830-2 LOST - ONE RED WHITE-FACED heifer calf. Approximately 400 lbs. Two FTiiles west Diamond Cily Brand on right rib. Phone Sam Cook, 327-9015. 7545-5 FOX A morfgage on someone else's property or a balance of sale, and would like lo turn il into cash, Niagara will pur-, chase and pay you top price. Discuss I it with one of our experts. Consolidation loans are also available. THE NIAGARA COMPANIES Suite 2, 424 7lh St. S. 327-8545 S63 175 CONTRACTS WANTED - EXPERIENCED WELD- i or - Reliable. Steady employment. ! City Packers. Phone 327.30.t8. C384-tf LOST - SATURDAY AFTERNOON near Stirling - Brown wallet in pock-el of man's green jacket Would finder please call 328-7569, after 2 p.m. Reward, 7993-3 PLANNING BUILDING? NEED A , carpenter? Town or country. Phone ' 328-2439. /831-3 DUAL LINE FORD AND J. I. CASE, dealership requires first class mechanic. Top wages, all company benefits. Phone 485-2276 or reply Box 7, Vulcan, Alberta. 7992-3 66 PERSONAL ASSISTANT MANAGER FOR BUILD-i ing store in southeastern British Col- ' umbta. Apply in own handwriting otafing age, experience, salary expect-d, etc. to Boy; 109, Herald. 7970A-3 NATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINE company reguires salesman. Matriculation is preferred and car is essential. This is salaried position with bonus and fringe benefits. For further parliculari phone 327-2555, 7927-3 ICEMAKER-CARETAKER WANTED for th� Pincher Creek Curling Club. Duties to commence approximately October 20th. Salary to be negotiated. Concession bar available for leasing. Phone Terry Lyon at 627-3945 or Box 1S9, Pincher Creek. 7746-03 BORGE RAVEN -- 1329 9th St. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C63t9-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave, S. Phone 327-6682, C7377-lf STYROFOAM WEDDING CAKES. S35 CEMENT WORK, I^E^ici^S, CISTERNS and up. Free delivery. Phone "S-Wi?, repaired, odd |obs. Phone 327-6834, Mtgrath. S017-ti , j47., VERSATILE DANCE BAND - thE j ^e77e"nT pRlVETTl^D^WAirKT"^^^ Variety Men - Music for any o"a- rnodelling, and rumpus rooms. Phone sion. Phone Len 327.6817 or Del 327- 345.4/54 3207-tf 6414. 7994-030 ._______. , _______ ___________ ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Tenders for the concrete canal lining of approximately 30,000 lineat feet of irrigation canal will be received by the undersigned until 2:30 p.m. local time, October 16, 1970. The location and main items of work include: A. Installation of approximately 18,-000 lineal feet of concrete canal lining on the Six Mile Lateral located approximately 3 miles southeast of Lethbridge, Alberta. B, Installation of approximately 12,- 000 lineal feet of concrete canal lining on Lateral 26 located ap-nroximately 3 miles east and 7 miles north of Bow Island, Alberta. Plans, specifications, and tender forms \vill be available al the St. Mary River Irrigation District office located at UOJ Mayor Magrath Drive, Lethbridge, Alberta. Prospective bidders will be required to pay fen (SlO.OO) dollars for eacti set of plans, refundable on return in good condition. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified cheque equal to five percent {5?o) of ttie tender. Each bid must also be accompanied by a consent of surety form in the amount of fifty percent (50%) of the contract sum. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. MR. J. W. THIESSEN, Manager si, Mary River Irrigation District 06 S.'VKOVrj'CH - Passed away I in the city following a brief ill-nes.s on Thursday, October 1, 1970, Fanny, at the age of 81 years, beloved wife of .lames Sakovitch of 250 16th Street North. The late Mrs. Sakovitch came to Montreal from Hungary in 1926 and the same year moved to the Lethbridge district and resided here until her passing. She was a member of the Hungarian Old Timers Club and Ladies' Auxiliary to the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Besides her husband she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. S. (Margaret) Keri, of Tucson, Arizona and Mrs. Irma Sephton of Lf'th-, i bridge; two grandchildren and | 'three great-grandchildren: several sisters and brothers in ' Europe. .She was predeceased i j by one son in Second World � War with (he U.S. Marines. The \ funeral service will be held on . Monday at 2, in "Memor-1 ial Chapel" 70;s 13th Street North, with Rev. E. R. Moody officiating. Interment will follow in the faiTiily plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin I Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, C'lSfi , BOSO.MWORTH - T to express a most �sincere thanks lo my doctor, nurses and staff of tile Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for the care and kindness extended dining my hospitalization. Thanks also to friends for cards, flowers, gifts, enquiries and a special thanks to Vera. Queenia Bosomworth 79n7 ROBEirrS - The family of the late Mrs. Maria RoberU wish to express their sincere appreciation for tlie kind expressions of -ympathy extended to them upon the sudden pa,ss-ing of their mother. -Miss Betty Roberts Mr. and Mrs. .lack Gard Mr. and Mrs. Dave Birrell Mr. Medwj-n Roberts 80!!9-;i EDMONTON fCPl - The sale of ,$2 biilion in natural gas to the United States "shows what incredibly poor businessmen Canada has in its government," Mel Hurtig, a western f..iberal party official, said today. He said in an interview he intends to demand at the Liberal policy convention in Ottawa in November, that a ,'iO-per-cent export tax be imposed on natural gas. He attacked the cabinet's authorization Tuesday of the export of (i.3 trillion cubic feet of gas over 1.5 to 20 years as a mistake in Canada's short-term and long-term interests. The government has dealt its trump card without getting any concessions in return. Mr. Hurtig said. "We lost the opportunity to have the quotas on Coal Miniiio Fatalities U.S. oil Imports abolished." Tlie decision means tliat Canadians "will continue to be the hewers of wood and the drawers of water." Grant Notley, Alberta New Democratic Party Leader, said the government had taken a step which would seriously undermine Canadian independence. "Tuesday's massive sale Is the thin edge of the wedge of the continental energy policy which Americans now seem to be worldng on or promoting on a piecemeal basis, rather than a total package." IN MEMORIAMS LECK-In loving memory of Earl Ray Leek, who passed away on October 2, 1959. -Always remembered by his brother and sister-in-law, Lindsay and Sarah. 801)9 i loo High TEA CUP READING, TUESDAY through Saturday, 3-9 p.m. at the Loluf Inn Cafe. 926J-tfl) PAINTING MORE MONEY! "How would you like your own Rawl-�iqh Business, be your own Boss, and mnlce S3 an hour or more? Many Rawleigh Dealers do and so can you. l=or free details write The W, T. Rawl-eiqh Co. Ltd., Dept., J-71-U, 589 Henry Ave , Winnipeg 2, Manitoba, C474-30h Wanted PRODUCTION tINE FOREMAN Tor leading mobil� manufacturer!. Write - Attention, Chuck Sandberg Box 1897, Wetaskiwin or phon� 352-6031 C.i54-/ Watited EXPERIENCED l-URNITURE SALESMAN Knr large Central Alberta City. Ability lo take over complete operation. Salary and company shares offered. You can own this business if you are prepared to work. Reason for this offer is health. Apply Box 121, Herald. 8056-5 UNITED MOTORS LTD. REQUIRES TWO SALESMEN We offer higher than usual renumeration plus all other company benefits. You can start immediately and take advantage of our busiest season during the introduction of new 1971 model Cars, Trailers, Mobile Homes, Jeep Trucks. For interview appoinlnient Call Joe Tarnava Sales Manager at 327-1418 f JlS-tl LOOKING FOR A CAREER 'A'p'^'flr* looking for n vounq --.riiofimrtn ?l-26 v/ho is prepared to meet the i-hfltiencici of mtxlern merchandising 'A/jth incentive ingenuity and inteMi-qcnt. If you Are adaptable and have *he ability to talJ^ higti performance v/ith the younger generation as v/ell fls disculis proper maintenance rind r.atety to the over 30 group, you may bp our man Br prepared for hafd A^^^ exciting work with ample ad vancemenl opportunities If thr ad iounds like you, drop us a ".hort let rpr about yourself. We like to talk to you fltxJut fl" corner. Interviews fom-mnnce October 6, 1970 AN INFORMATION - REFERRAL Centre A.t.D. - Advice, Information and Direction in areas of Health, I Interior, exterior painting city or Welfare and Recreation. Phone 327- country. Japanese painter. Phone 327-7323, 11' a.m. - i p.m. C47-05 ] 8721, evenings. rt696-0? OUTLOOK DRYWALL CO. LTD. Residential - commercial. Textured ceilings, Gyproc vinyl board. Complete drywall and steel studs. Phone 328-6562 anytime. C9804-tf MINUS ONE CLUB For widowed, separated, divorced or otherv/ise unattached. Dancing, socials, picnics and i^st fun. Phone 277'^M^. 329-6439 or 328-3772. C7-141-tfh FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OP P 0. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. FRED 5TEINER - CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-82B6, C366t-tf ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone v;i?h a drinking problem. Phone 127.8049 or 328-3246, af^er 7:20 o.m. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYmG ceilings. Excellent workmanstiip. Ptlone 3S8-7362. 639 4-1( SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL - Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233-2nd Ave. S. Ptione 328-.S)14 C692J-tf ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 326-57.15. C6733-lf HAVE BACKHOE AND TRUCK - , Can dig driveways, trees, basements, i load and tiaul gravel and top soil. Ptione 327-1413, before J p.m. 327- . 3347, after 5 p.rn, C9697-220 I GENERAL CONTRACTS - CARPEN- ' try. cement work, renovations for j Magrath and district. Contact CRAIG BENNETT ENTERPRISES, Box 82, Maqrath. 758-3167. 8090-10 , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will be received by ttie undersigned up to 11:00 o'clock Standard Time on Wednesday, October iJtti, 1970 for the construction of the following work: Project: Improvement District No. 16 Debolt Area Gravel Crushing and Loading lo trucks 31,500 cubic yards Conltflcts and Specifications may he obtained at Ihe Office of the Chief Maintenance Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the Office of the District Engineer, 1707 -6lh SIreel N.W., Calqary, Alberta and the Office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbridge, Alberta and will be available only to individuals domiciled, registered and operating in the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business in Ihe Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-five Dollars (S25,O0) will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken- Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal lo 10�o of the lender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport 05 IIOFM.A.V - Passed away In Pictiu-e Butte on Tliursday, October 1, 1970, Martin, at the age of 76 years, beloved husband of Hendrika (nee Po.stman) Hof-man of Nobieford, Alberta. Born in Westfield, Nortti Dakota in 1894, the late Mr. Hofman came to Alberta with his parents in 1907 and farmed in the Barons district until his retirement in 1966. Besides his wife he is survived by two sons. Rev. . Tymen Hofman of Muskegon, I Michigan and Rev. .John Hof- \ : man of Grand Rapids. Michi-; gan; two daughters, Dr. and i Mrs. .James (Hildred) .Strik-j werda of Holland. Michigan, ; j and Dr. and Mrs, Byron (.Jo-'anne) Lutes of Orchard f.ake, Michigan: 12 grandchildren; five brothers, Tenis, Henry, Peter. Ralph of Lynden, Washington and Morris of Nobieford: two sisters, Mrs. Anna Houseman of Abbotsford, B.C., and Mrs. Jeanne Beacom, Belling-ham, Washington. He was preceded in death by his brothers John and Edward, and his sisters Christina and Gertrude. Funeral service will be held on Saturday, October 3 at 2 p.m. at Nobieford Christian Reformed Church, with Rev. K. Ver-hulst officiating. Interment will , follow in the family plot in: Monarch Cemetery. No flowers by request. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C48.'; KOVACII - In lovijig mem-] ory of my dear husband, father, j Tibor, who passed away Oct-1 ober 2, 1966. Tliey say in time you do for-1 "get," ' ; For soiTie that may be true; ' But no morning dawns, no, night returns Without a thought of you. [ But to all there comes a; inoment j When the ways of life divide, j You gave me years ot liap- i piness 'riien came sorrow and teai'.s, Bui you left me beautiful memories 1 will treasure through the' yeai's. Each sacrifice you had io make i All along life's way -- Is remembered by those who I loved you As you rest in peace with 1 God, -Ever remembered, sadly niLssed by his wife Annie. 8058 VANCOUVER (CP) - Accident and fatality tolls in British Columbia's coal mining industry are too high, A. R. C. James, senior B.C. coal mines inspector, told the Canadian' conference on coal. Mr. James told the .^.SO delegates that the last five years j had been the worst in the in-dustn^'s record, with 10 in every 1,000 coal miners dying in industi-ial accidents. However, the' accident rate declined somewhat to 72 per | million man-hours worked in  1969 from 87 in 1966. ' "These figures perhaps point up the fact that legislation is but one aspect of an effective industrial safety and accident prevention program." he said. "A good legislative code, we believe, forms an essential framework of good practice within which managemfint and safety people can plan and execute effective prcgi'ams. In no industiT is this more impoi--tant and urgent then in coal mining." GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SING-er machines, competent adjustments lo all other makes. Free home estimate Phone 327-2243. Singer Co. of Canada, College Mall. '1412-3 MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lav/n mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. Mo |ob too large or too small. LE IH-BRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave S. -- Phone 327-4456. C735J-II 70 GARDENING FRANK'S ROTOTILLING. PHONE 328-7389. 7127-11 FOR SALE - PEAT MOSS, ALL sizes. Apply Dan's Greenhouse. Leth-bridcie C290 05 CUSTOM FRAMING DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, CEMENT FLOORS, RENOVATIONS, RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 358 8572 OR 327.3261. 8038-11 public"notices SALE BY TENDER Tf?ncler!. will be received until iOO ,p,n-,, on Saturday. October 3, 1970 for i the purchfl.-ie nf "The Ranch House," centrally located on the north side of 2Jth Street (main street) Fort Mflcleod Alta The buildino is single I story, concrete block with ornamental bricl; and glass front. Sun a6 S' x 87' -10.1.5 5ci. ft. .A certified cheque in the ^nioufit of 10'' of the ender is to each hid. Highesl tender cepled Mail rtil bid.^ to !- stamps, please) - add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special iiandling - lo: THE LFTHBRIDGI:; HERALD Reader;; Mail Limited <;0 Front Street West Toronto I, Ontario. Nen- l^ress Clnb i Cereinon y Sol ! I EDMCvrox I'cpi (;o\ Cen. Roland Michener will offi- \ I cially o|)en the Kclmonton 1 Press Club on Friday Oct. Hi. Bill Rodger, club president, announced here ! Gov.-Gen .Michener and his wife wili be guests of honor at the University of Alberta ^ homecoming Oct, lfi-17 in Ed-! monton. The governor-general ' graduated from the. university in 1920 and was a member of the class being honored this year. NEW VERSION OF THE SAME LOOK-Wifh ihe controversy over long hair somewhat less vocal today than in days gone by. Prime Minister Trudeau seems to be letting his hair down a bit. Down lo his collar, in fact. This recent photo shows Mr. Trudeau'i new longth. ;