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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 59 MAIE FEMALE HELP WANTED PART TIME CUCUMBER required. Phone 345-3237. VMM PRODUCTION WORKERS FOR Fit- R EG LAS P LAN T AT FORT .VAC- LEOD. PHOHE 2M-3W4, fcllM j 63 MUSIC TEACHERS UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY ale to operate gat chro. Apply Irt writing lo P.O. Box W, Utlv bridge. OPPOmONITIES FOR GOOD LOOK- und mature men and wtxr.en, iwitn the ages ol 19 and 30, r.wled to Iraln as Inslrutlors, manager! auwr visors, vclHi an eilabiiihed Hrm. Coll Mlw Jay tween I and 8 p-m. at 327-7335. for an tnlervlew Ho Realtor can guaranlea you success In Real cifale but we can give you honest answers to your quti.iciu A BLOCK BROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. For personal Infervle" call Frar. Tinordl at 323-10-U (days) cr M7-W7 'IOLIII LESSONS. 0. B. BENT- 3lit St. S. Phona EXPERIENCED MUSIC itixlenlt. Apply 327-120B. TEACHER !5 12tft St. C 7559-5 PIAUO LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS, 2lit Ave. S. -Mrs. Mandln af S177-6 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WELL ESTAB' 75 CONTRACTS WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT work. Double J. Construcllon. er 34S-XUO. PlAtIO AND THEORY LESSONS COM- mtnclng In September. 771 IVIh Si. 5. Prone fAri. M. Tolleslrup at 8251. 7480-55 JAMES C. RINGLANO. A.R.C.T., R.M.T., leacher of piano and theory welcomes students commencing Sep- tember i. Students prepared for exems, recitals, festivals 1f deilreo. Interesting musical opportunities. Please phone 326-5334. 6345-11 CARL CULLER MUSIC STUDIO PIANO AND THEORY LESSONS Wai ties Ballads Polfces Old Time WalNes Latrn American Rock How's your L.H.? Do you use L.H. chords, ovin and relied own am. rolled tenlra. PHONE GOOD SIZE RESTAURANT IN hotel for rent, beside highway. Good location. Reasonable rent lo right parly. Phone 337-2271._________COTS-7 LI. REPAIRS, ROOFING. SIDING, laragt, kitchens, cabinets, balh- ooms, ceramic llle. Town or coun- y. Phone 318-5071. 3'27-tf CONFECTIONERY FOR SALE. GOOD In-allon. cii I3tn SI. N., Lelhbrldge. AM IrXulr'w Phone 3U-WU, da.sor 328-3482, 4 AINBOW PAINTING AND DECOR- ling Well paper, vinyl and spray- ng. Free estimates. Phone 3J3-Jli4. MOSSEY !tll AVE. HARDWARE nisii for Phone 318-71 a, after S SOCIAL WORKER Two years related experience. mum BSW cr equivalent. To be acllvely Involved In casework and varied responsibilities in Family Life Program, to use In- irwaivemsnl and Apply In writing, with rtsume, to Executive Direclor, Lethbridge Family Service, 1120 7lh Ave. South, Lethbridge, Albcrla 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST BULKY No buttons. IRISH 328-6797, E204-? LOCAL AMD LONG DISTANCE MOV- ing Dullness. Fully licensed, van Una affiliation. West Kootcnay area. Wrl Box 11. Herald. IM5-U SMALL BEAUTY SHOP FOR SALE OR RENT, IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA nvJHER MOVING. GOOD CLIENTEL YVR1TE BOX 10. HERALD. 8K6- STORE BUILDING FOR SALE ON MAIN STREET Taber, II. Wrlle Box Heralt BIM-lf EXCEPTIONAL Factory direct dealership. Nil come plus per year. Invenlcr Investment J3.000. Reply Box He a In LOST FEMALE CAT Deaf. One blue and one green eye. Child's pel 327-8M2. BjSl-6 IDEAL LOCATION IN TABER FO used car or mobile home outlet. 13 00 sq ft asphalt. No sa'cs, no rent. Bo 2283 or phone 223-3664 evenings. C401U- LOST AT WATERTOH PARK, Carr.eo Brcocli. Reward. Mrs. Brings. Magralh, 756-3036. 6346-6 LOST AT ROCKING R RODEO, Sunday August 27 wMh and coral stone. collect 654-2409, Write K, A. Vauxhall Phone 8316-5 DRAFTSMAN The oT Le1h -ridge requires _ DRAFTSMAN In Ihe ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT who under Ihe direc- tltxi of the Chief Dransman carrier out Municipal draff ing wild relallon to slrects, roads, sewer and water facilities and relafed duHes as re- quired by the deparlmenl. SALARY 5524 to S7M monlhly. QUALIFICATIONS Junior Matric- ulation plus graduation 1rom a rec ognlztd technical college In survey or technical course OST ENGLISH SETTER, Days afler closing date o ANNA SI I EEL late ol Warner, In Ihe lenders, olherwisa Ih. deposit thill "AS rTlvVMsM to tn or all blj- TAKE NOTICE that all persons tiav- p n. Ing claims wpor the estate of 1hB abovo PURCHASING AGENT Mmed mwnili wllh Ihe sollcllors by the 2nd day of October A D 197i, a Ml statement (A thsir and of securllles held by them. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS H TliU SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE H THE ESTATE OF HARRY MAY HANEY, ol the Town of Picture Butle, n Ihe Province ol Alberta, Retired Farmer, who died on the 2Blh day of July, A.D. TAKE NOTICE tret ell persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of above named must lile with undersigned Solicitors by Ihe 2nd day of October, A.D. 1972 a full statement of their claims and of securllles held by them. MOSCOVICH, SPANOS AND MATISZ .04 7th SIreet South, LETHBRIDGE, Alcerla. (Solicitors for the Executors) on August 22, 1972 at St. Mich-1 Interment was in ael's Hospital. A brother for I Fairview Cemetery. Eden's Fu- neral Home Ltd., Pincher Charleoe. Insured. 8366 VIRTUE COMPANY Barristers and Solicitors, 104 WcFarland Bulldlna, Lelhbrldge, Alberla SoUcllors (or the Executor. Applications will not after September 1S73. MARRIED MAN FOR YEAR ROUN >ork on farm. Should have some e perience wllh cattle and machinery Must have own car and furniture. Modern home wllh utilities supplied. School bus to door. Phone 236-3947, or write Lee Farms Ltd, Box 324, Gran- T, 7942-1 IS FOR EVER Mink Is th- Exclusive In Furriers Now mrnk oil Is the Excluslvi In KOSWETIC tine of 300 products Phtme J26-3943 or wife Ho. 207, UVi Aihgrove Rd, reiTBurarii rr, 50 or more- The building Is in good so costly repairs and reno- vations aren'T necewary. A real good buy at Down payment easy terms on ttw balance- CRANBROOK AGENCIES LTD. 1007 Baker St. Cranbrook, B.C. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES EARN MONEY IN SPARE TIME C40J3-5 CHILD CARE ATTENDANT Lethbridge. Performs general care and sup- ervision duties for children of all ages at the SiKon House, Department ot Health and So- tfal Development. Requires Grade X and related experience. Salary to per month. Closes September Com- petition No. 9164-C-l. Please apply to Personnel Administra- tion Office, Room 1101, J J.. Bowlen. Building, Government 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALLINS, TAPING-, SPRAYING ceilings, repair work. Phone KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE K1R8Y COMPANY OF LETH; Men or Women to re-stock and coll money from New Type high quality coin operated dispensers In your area. No selling. To qualify, r.iusl have car, references, SIOCO to S3000 cash. Seven fo twelve hours wecfcly can nel excellent Income. More lull time. We establish your route. For personal Interview wrlle: Including phone number. B V DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED Dept. "A" 1117 Tecumseh Road, East WINDSOR 20, Ontario NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETKBRIDGE In Ihe estale of ANNA JORDIS MOVOLD late of Lethbr-ldge In the Province ol Alberla, who died on Ihe 30 day of -Tune A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav. Inq claims upon the eslale ol Ihe above named must file wllh Ihe under- signed Solicitors by Ihe !nd day of October 1972, a full their claims and ol securities held by them. PATERSON HUZIL Mayor Magrath Drive Lethbridge. Alberta Solicitors for Administrate NOTICE MPARTMENT OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION WESTERN REGION FOR STORrV. SEWER CONSTRUCTION Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration Sealed tenders will received by Ihe undersigned until Reglna time, on September 14, 1972, lor Additions jnd ImprovemenU to Water, Sewer, and Brandon, Manitoba, con- trad B Storm Sewer construction. The site of worK !i located In RE: ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The following application fcr 8 de- velopment permil has been npproved by the Development 72-441 D. Amen to establish a home occupallon-ofTlce and phone service nlyTor the maintenance of juteboxes t S27 Slreei Soulh. Any person alfected by the sad eclslon may appeal such decision lo he Development Appea Board by de Iverlng either personally or by Rtj slered Mall, statement of the grounds f appeal to reach the Olllce of the City Clerk in the City Hall not later han September 13, 1972. Date: August 31, 1972. C. Cameron Development Officer ALEXANDER Dr. and Mrs. Archibald Alexander, of Leth- bridge, are happy to announce the birth of their first daughter (Heidi Natalie) in Lethbridge municipal Hospital on August 22, 1972. 8348 HADFIELD Dale and Adrienne wish to announce the birth of their daughter, Rebecca Kimberly, on August 24, 1972 in St. Michael's Hos- pital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H. Hadfield, Winnipeg; and Mr. and Mrs. W. F.'Scweurkogel, Lethbridge. 0386 ASPESLET Doug and Linda are proud to announce the birth of a daughter, Dionne Marie, on August 8, 1972, weigh- ing 7 Ibs. 4 ozs. at St. Michael's Hospital. A sister for Launa, Tara and Nicole and a new grarddaughler for Mr. and Mrs. T A. Ewing and Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Aspeslet all of Lethbridge. 8335 DEATHS WURZ Passed away sud denly on Friday, September 1 Creek, was in charge of the ar- rangements. CLELAND Funeral ser- vice for Lawrence Michael Cle- land, who died Aug. 28, 1972, was held at p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 29, 1972, in the Foothills United Church, Cowley, with Rev. R. Putnam officiating. Pallbearers were Leslie Day, August Dumont, Charles Encs, Jim McKay, Stanley Snyder and Eddie Smyth. Interment was in the Cowley Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, was in charge of the arrangements. for Mrs. Chiara (Clara) Lavor- ata, beloved wife of the late Jr. Michael Lavorata who died the city Saturday, Aug. 26, 972, at the of 79 years, as said at a.m. Tuesday in St. Basil's Roman Catholic hurch with Rev. Gaston Mar- n the celebrant. Pallbearers were George Sigel, Nick Alvau, oe, Lou and Pierro Lavorata and John Mazzuca. Interment in the Mount Calvary sec- on of Mountain View Ccme- ery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direo ors of Funeral Service, was n charge of the arrange- BRIDGE 336-8962. C37S1-II SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber star daters, etc. of Alberta. 620 Calgary, Alta. 7th Ave. S.W., S7 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEl WANTED COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL WINDOW CLEANING, LIGHT FIX- TURE CLEANING AND EAVES- TROUGH CLEANING. PHONE 6705 II MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices on all makes ol washers and dryers, aulomalic or conventional. Alsa all small lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, elc. No Ipb too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 915 3rd Ave. S.-Phor.e 327-44H. C7i5S-tf Urgently requlred-CERTIFfcED NUR- SING AIDES immediately for Lelh- brldge Municipal Hospital ReliffT pool. of pay S19.BJ psr shlpt. Con- Wunlcfpal Hospital C37M-2 61 TEACHERS WANTED CHAIN SAWS MOTOR MOWER PARTS AND SERVICE PHONE 327-2M9 processing plant and slaughter house. A going concern. M.L.S, House Coffee In the Ventura Hotel In Coaldale, M.L.S. __TWO Cho1ce buildings on main slreei In Coaldale. Ideal for Barber ihop, bicycle recalr bakery or bank. store In Tiber Good business. M.L.S. grocery store with quarters clcthlna store In Lethbrldge clothing In Taber -Commercial feedlot (or approximate- ly head, with living quarters, m 160 acres. hog raising operaHon wllh 8p- 32 acres land. Good lo- cation, closi lo Ulh Ming the "'Sit telwefn i The' cost of both Improvements Is MtlMlS citing rule of approxlmalelv S2-80 lMl Jor a period of 20 years. Any person affected by said i In- lenlions has the rigM to pclitlori against the proposed ment. PeMtlons may received HP to Wvonbsy, September 15th, Municipal Secretary Town of Coaldala Box 9W toaltfale. Alberta. of Brandon, The RE: ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The lollowlng applications for de- velopment permits have been approved 6V the Municipal Planning Commission on August 30, Stringam Property Sales to e; real Mlate and Insur e sales olflce at H3 13th Slreei 72-638 Oliver Industrial South. Supply Ld build a warehouse and ofllce build Inrj at 226 36th Street Nerth. Any person alfecled by said da- ctsiar; may appeal such decision to Ihe Development Appeal Board, by delivering either WThe plans and specifications may be viewed In the Winnipeg, Brandon, saskatoon Begins olflces ol tne local Builders' Exchange or construe- inslructta, a nJ for TO tor bidding may be ob- tained Irom Ihe underslgntd at his office In Regtna, SasKalchewan, upon th- deposit rf twenly-IIvs dollars (S55.K1) cash or a cerlllieil chewe lor the amount, payabla to the Re- ceiver General of Canada, which Ue- posir will be redeemable Mall, statement ri the grounds of appeal to reach 1 he Ef the City Clerk In 1he City HaU not later than September 13, Date: August 31, 1972 W. C. Csmercn Development Officer 1B72, on the Wilson Colony, Mr Jacob Wurz, beloved husbam of Mrs. Rachel Wurz of Wilson Colony. The funeral service mil be held on the Wilson Colony with interment follow wt> in the Colony Cemetery MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc tors of Funeral Services. C405. PARKINS Passed away in the city on Friday, Septembe 1, 1972, Stacey Marie Parkins beloved infant daughter of M and Mrs. Wallace Parkins ot 323 7 Ave. S. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD', Directors of funeral ar- raiments. mcnts. 70 GARDENING MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FRGE estimates. Pruning, trimming and f-1' Infl. Call 703 YELLOWKNIFE are trwUed from qualiilcJ male and female teachers vvilh Al- berta certification and at least iwo years leaching experience for a sentor hlph school position vuUti an English malor and some music training at St. palrick's Roman Catholic School Ihe seat of government for Ihe norlhwes! territories. Salary schedule to ten years experi- ence and six years Iralnlng basic fmlnirnum) and maximum. Fclst class partly married and single furnished accommodation. Transportation paid from capital city home province lo Ye'lowknife plus travel allowance, service bonus, living allowance. Alt rat live family travel arrangements, hospital-medical plan, pension and In training payments. Apply to Separate School Board Box 850, Yel.owknlfe, H.W.T. ROTOTILL1HG LAWNS PUT IN. Free estimates. Satisfaction guaranteed, l Chris anytime, H84111J 337-8W3, r 4 p.m. C37W-M LACOMBE NURSERIES dale. Phone 3-15-J633. Open Monday and Friday evenings until crcscd Wednesdays and Sundays. Available now and shrubs. AH plants Free delivery ID LethbrldQe. C3103-lfn 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FARM GROWN, YOUNG FRYING and roasllng chickens, tl cents per lb., pan ready, on dozen lots. Free de- livery. Also cuilom killing. H. Dyck, Coaldale. 345-3324. C377Mf 63 MUSIC TEACHERS 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES WANTED-COOD HOME FOR FOUR kltleni. FOR SALE MALTESE, MALE year da. 1150. Phona 317-B680. Studenli o( MRS. ELYN MELLS B. please for fail leison ichedulei at 37B-5228, after GOLDEN COCKER les. G. A. AdtJy. 'fiber. 6055-2 WILL BE TEACHING PIANO, IN Ccaldate, commflnelrvg September. Con- tact Linda (Alfcert) Scnmofd at 3J5-ii57, p.m. 7411-2t> MJS. DYU, AS- soclalioo. Western Board .s currently reglslering students lor Ihe 1971-73 term In efAno, voice, and tfiecretlcal sub- 1014 Henderson Lsks Blvd- 3J7- Kalhleen Strmgnm Thompson Member ol ACTORb EQUITY ASSO- CIATION U now registering slixlenls (or singing leuons. Thompson was recently at In dlana UntversHy with Martha at BYU. She has performed with CIRCLE VALLEY THEATRES veil several with Lelhbr Muilcat Theatres, Her experience In dude- classical, modern aod mustca theafre pcrlormlng. Private lessons ttflln September ut. SPANIEL PUP Phone 2J3-B3A3 REGISTERED TOY POODLES FOI ale. Three monrhs old. Phone 3X CUDDLY SIAMESE KITTEN. EX el lent wS1ri children. House broken 32M913. JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET CLIP rfng Service For appointment phon KELPI WE THREE KITTENS, NEE horr.el or our next address will t s pound. For mora Informal Ic phone 373-0109, Bfler 5 p.m. 8U9 BOARDING KENNELS A11 dogs and cats. Year rour excellent care. G. A. Addy. Phor 723-B3U, Tater. DOG OBEDIENCE THAI NIN -will commence Tuesda September 19, at Kalelda BuJTdlng, Exhibition Grounds, at 7 p.m., with E. Kehocgh rnsfrucNr Coit for nine weeks Itssons, Includl leash 1s 410 per dog. You need bring chain. Phont 327-507 REAL ESTATE BDX H.i, 4 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY FOR SALE Alberta Wheat Pool, offers for sale by Tender, trie busTiel elevator at Carmangay, Alberla No. 3. THe elevator and associated must be dismantled or removed within one The'sale Is for cash, and 10 per cent cf the prlco must be submitted wllh the Tender. Inlormallon and Tender Forms may be obtained Irom the 'ool Elevator Manager at carmart- vlers will be accepted up to Sept- her 30, 1972, and these should be e Treasurer Alberla Wheat Fool Box 27CO CALGARY, Alberla e highest, or any bTd, not neces- rlly accepted. SCVIWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331 widest facility available. We ten- der ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. ORTGAGE. loans available en farms omes, hotels, mclels, commercla wildings and Industflfcl properties 1o- aled anywhere In Alberta. Fast, cor 11, confidential service, al co'npetl B rates, Formers-Merchants Trust 75 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS 10 MAINTENANCE NO CHAKC NG PHONE JONES ROOFING, IV 745. CUSTOM FURNITURE REMODEL Office furnlfure, eunboardsr van Ees, TH E FI NEST C RAFTSrAAN SHIP. PhonB 028-9515. 7738. GARAGE BUILDING, C E M E N work and stirccolng. Anderson a n Sorenson IQ'O 7lh Av Phone C7377- CARPENTRY repairing, co'jnlry. E Phone 318-1077 WORK, BeMODE sldewalki, elc. Tow ana L Constructs 338-3137. BUILD GARAGES, HOMES, CA PORTS, SIDEWALKS, PATIOS AN FENCING. LOU SCHAMP, PROP., 6lli AVE. S. ALL REPAIRS CARPEHTR roofing specializing 1n chimneys, cement blocks, cemenl linnnlng. colng, fireplaces, railing. 3 FENCES, SIDEWALKS, PATIO driveways, garages, cupboards, fra lng> finishing and farm work. Free Itmales. Guaranteed workmanship. lob too imaU. or accordance wil'n" fnsfrocHons supplied with the specifications. Tenders must be ac- companied by security In the amount and form specified In tho instructions. Ths lowest or any not neces- sarily accepted. By order CHIEF ENGINEER, PFRA B. Thornton Mtriherwell Building Reglna, Saskatchewan ST FOR SALE One used Engine Alternator, Onan Model Serial M-3W731, veil, 3 phase, M cycle, engine-continental Fiei-lollS, gasoline One'Radiator air duct equipped with dampers. One GaicHne TanV. Tlie unit l! Installed In ttu basement ol the Blalrnwe Csnlrsl The' Purchaser h respowlble for: WALTER Paul, Minister of the Spring Creek Colony, Lemstown, Montana, passed away on Friday, September 1, J972 ot Lewistown at the age of 71 years. Born at Freeman, South Dakota on December 15, 1900, the late Mr. Walter came to Lethbriclge in 1925 where ha TENDER UNDERGROUND CONDUIT INSTALLATION LOCAL AUTHORITIES BOARD IN THE MATTER OF "Tte "Th, r AdrniBlstratlv. Act Counlv cf Lelhbndge No. TAKE NOTICE tint Slewwt Gai caled Tenders marked are Invilc-d but al the ofllce of the General Kanacer, Alberta Government Tele- talcs, 1COJO 100 Street, 31st Floor, Alberta T5J ONi, not later han p.m. local tims, Thursday, eplemcer 1972, for: Blalrmore, Alberta, estimate 900763, Project M38, fcr Ihe placement and connection to precast manholes, con- silling c) approx. 45 feet of t way 4 Inch PVC, 635 feet of 2 way 4 Inch PVC, 1508 feet of t 4 Inch PVC, and placement of ore T-type man- lole. Precast manholes No, 2 and 3 to be placed and Installed by A.G.T. lompletion data shall October 15, 3id sels may be obtained from 1he cf- Ice of the Supervisor contract Admln- stratlcn, Alberta Governmen! Tele- phones, 10020 1W Street, 2Jlh Floor, idmonloo, Alberta TJJ CMS and are available to contractors operating In he Prnvlnca of Alterta on deposit of a Filly Dollar (550.001 Certified Cheque, which will be relunded It Plans and Specifications are returned o this office wllhln seven 17) days after closing date of tenders, other- wise the deposit shall bo forfeit. Each lender must accompanied by a Bid Bond in the value ol ten (15) per cent ct thfr fender. The successful bidder will required lo furnish r. Performanca Dond end a Labour and Material payment Bond, each rn tha valm ot llfry (SOI per cent ct the tender. All Inquiries regarding the work of this tender shall be directed to Dts- lender shall be directed to Dis- trict Construe tlon Superlnetndent, South. Phone 3AI-5134, Calgary. The rlghl is reserved to reiecl any or all bids. J. W. Dodds Genera] Manage- r.i... Xtd'TTeinbrldoe, AiSerla h made .ppllcallon to IM Board, pw suant to provisions ot ihe Munic -rl. for exempi ______ cer tain" properties situate on Ihe North- East Quarter ol Section Sixteep contract No. I for must be re- from assessment and taxati Tnwnshl shlo 2lT, Range Twenty of the Fourth Meridian IrT the County ot Lethbridge No. U Alberta, on Ihe general grounds tha Ihe properties are used for combines and charitable came farm pur, 1. end remc nit as well as duct the exhaust yslem and Bdlacenl condvit and The covering plywood of any oles to the otlslde ol the building -eated by the equipment removal. A certified cheque payable lo Al-' Government Telephones Is re- ulred when nolilled as the success- ul bidder. Removal Is to be completed before September 1972. This equipment Is sold on the basis 'as Is, where is." The right [5 reserved to reject any or all bids. F. H. Doblng PURCHASING AGENT helped fte Fclger Colony. He was ordained to the ministry in 1936 and resided nt the Felger Colony until IMS, when he moved to Lewistown. He is survived by four sons, Darius, Paul, EH and Henry of Lewistown; i v e daughters, Mary, Ann, Rachel and Katie ol Lewistown and Sue of Fort Macleod; one brother, Danus of Lethbridge; three sisters, Bachel and Mrs. John (Mary) Hofer of. Lethbridge and Mrs. John (Katie) Wurtz of Wilson Siding. Funeral services will be held on Monday, September 4, Wl at 1 p.m., at the Spring Creek Colony, Lewistown, Mon- WVSOSKY Funeral ser- vice for Kostantine Wysosky, >eloved husband of Mrs. Ann Wysosky who died at Raymond Sunday, Aug. 27, 1972, at the age of 67 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. in the Raymond United Church, Pallbearers were William Alt- wood, Jack Bridge, Franfe Szucs, Caesar L'Ecluse, Owen and Shirley King. In- terment was In the Temple Hill Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge ot the arrangements. LESLIE Funeral service (or Robert James Leslie, be- loved husband of Mrs. Ada Leslie of Milk River who died suddenly at Milk River Thurs- day, Aug. 24, 1972, at the age of 81 years, was held at p.m. Monday in St. Paul's United Church, Milk River, with Rev. Graham Dickie officiating. Pall- bearers were Dave Russell, Walter Johnson, Clifford Stic- kel, Stewart and John Lewis and Glenn EUert. Honorary pallbearers were Bert Swan- son, V.arren Eller, Joseph O'Donnall, Aime Croteau, Jo- tana. B387A FUNERALS of Uttv n poses lo Ihe general public advanlase. The Board will hold a public, hearing of the matter in the Council Chambers of the offices ol Ihe count No U, L'ma' Wednesday, the sixth i. (JIM Weesay, September, W! al the hour of parties may make rep- resentations lo the Board at the hear- ing or may file briefs wiln the Board on or before Friday, September 1, 1972 It may that you Me a oartV whose rights will be varied or by Ihe Board exercising its statutory authorily In making recommendations fo the Minister of Municipal Affairs, pursuant to the provisions of Secllon II of The r-ipal Tax Exemption Act In respect of Ihe within applica- tion', and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- FIED that If you wish to maKe rep- resentation in Ihis regard, you may on or before Friday, September first 1972, file such written submis- sion with Board or else appear at Ihe a lore mentioned public hearing. In the event lhat no valid written representation Is filed or spoken to as noted, Board will oroceej to deal with the appllcallon on tha basla of evidence presented fo It. DATED af Edmonton, In the Prov- of Atberla. IhlJ I7lh day of August. A.D. 102. W. C. Elliott, Secretary Lccal Authorities Board, No. 101 Revlllon Building, 10MI 104 Slreet, Edmonton, Alberta. TENDER FOR THE PURCHASE OF REAL PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION, 903 3 AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Sealed landers addressed to the under- sloned, will be received up to v-m- September 1WJ, at 3rd Avenue South, Lethbridge, Albtrla, lor Ihe purchase of real Property slluafed at In Ihe City ot Lelhbrldge in the Proy- Ince o! Alberts, Municipal Address; Ard Avenue Soulh. LelhbrldgB, Alberta. Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque for 10 per cent cf Ihe tender amount, which will be ap- plied to the purchase price II Ihe tender [s accepted. All tender deposits will be held unlil a lender has accepled. Tender of unsuccessful ten- derers will bfl returned promptly. The balance of the purchase price shall payable to Ihe Alberla Motor Association not lei; lhan filteen O5I prior to vace-nl possession being available. If successlul lender does not complete the purchase after accep- tance of nil lemier, Ihe deposit shall 'HIGHEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE AC- The building contains square feet (Air conditioning and carpeling Twelve (U) stall paved parking lot In rear. J. R. RHODES Secretary-Manager MOST REGIONAL Of the 10 native birch species, only white birch grows through- out Canada. ROBERTSON Funeral ser- vice fcr John (Jock) Robert- son, who died Aug. was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug 31, 1972, In the Pincher Creek United Church with Rev. R Putnam officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Bud Brower Max de Young, Tom Ham mend, Ben Hardy, Bo Holroyd and Raymond Schmidt. Active pallbearers were Cyril Bonertz Bill Bird, Don Gold, Leste: Hochstein, James Riviera an< Harold Thompson. Mermen was In the Fairview Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, was In charge of the arrangements. KEARL Funeral service for Rose Marie Kearl, beloved wife of the late George Kearl of Cardston who died at Card- slou Monday, Aug. 28, 1972, at Ihe age of 84 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 31, in the Cardston Fourth Ward (South Hill! Chapel of lha Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter Day Saints wilh Bishop W. John HolUngsworth officiating. Pallbearers were Reid, Kurtis, George, Robert and Gary Kearl and Steven Pratt. Interment was In the family plot In the Cards I on Cemetery. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser vice, in charge of the ar rangements. eph Hovan and William Fin- ay. Interment was in the Milk liver Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ad., Directors of Funeral Ser- rice, was in charge of the ar- angcments. KiRBY Funeral service for Mrs. Florence Kirby, beloved vife of the late Mr. Stephen iirby of Iron Springs who died at Blunt's Nursing Home, Fort Macleod, Saturday, Aug. 26, 1972, after a brief iliness at the age of 94 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday in St. Au- gustine's Anglican Church with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Pa'lbsarers were T. Parker, D. Parker, W. Vander Flier, P. Wright, C. Cook ar.d E. TicWer. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of tha arrangements. BULVA Requiem mass for Kenneth John Bulva, beloved son of Mrs. Barbara Bulva and the late Mr. John Bulva of Iron Springs who died suddenly in the city Sunday, Aug. 20, 1972, at the age of 14 years, was said at 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. Catherine's Roman Catholic ;hurch, Picture Bulte, with tev Father D. J. Von.brocfc he celebrant. Pallbearers were and Brian Wieland, and Jim, Douglas, Gary and Glenn Lengyel. Hcnorary pallbearers were Syd Bilick, George Glus- zak, Tom Shirakawa, Michael ?urukawa, Brian Osaka, Rob Boras, Al Nummi, Michael Oliver and Albert Van Nistel- rooy. Interment was In the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was hi charge of the airangements. MORE FUN'F.RAI-S ON PAGE 26 ;