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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IB THE LETHBRIDGi HERALD 50 MiSCEUANEOUS ARTICLES Thursday, StpUmbtr 3, 1970 58 MALE HELP Births, Deat Cards Of In Men DEATHS ANDERSON Passed away in the city on Thursday, September 3, 1970, Mrs. Sarah Anderson of Lethbridge at the age of 94 years. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C9992 COTTON Passed hs, Funerals, s 1 Thanks, wriams FUNERALS PASKUSKI Funeral To E ion Plan to be paid by single Immigrant and by a family. Officials said that although the subsidies will not apply to Canada, Canadian who come at their own expense encounter little difficulty in fulfilling the requirements for permanent settlement. CARPENTERS. PHONE 328-1624. ED BARTEL CONSTRUCTION LTD. AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phono 327-2438 or 327-7398. TENDERS STORES, ELECTRICAL PUBLIC WORKS COMPLEX City of Lethbrldpe Swled tenders In accord with the Instruction! to Bidders lor the above works, will bo received by tho office of tho Purchasing Agent, City ot Lethbridae, up to p.m., Wednes-day, September Klh 1970. Tenders shall te accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond In the Bmount of a Consent ot Surety. Contract Documents may be obtained by General Contractors Irom ROBINS MITCHELL WATSON, Architects t Engineers, 53! Street S., Leth-bridge. Alberta on deposit of 5100.00. sub trades may view documents at the offices of the Construction Associations at Lethbridge and at Calgary. USED TRUCKS WANTED AT REA-JOfiflblB prices. Ptigne 328-6959. SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY Ltd Phone 328-1493. 2830 Ave. 5. LICENCED MOTOR ME-chanlc for Ford dealership. Write or phone Cordston Motori Ltd., Box 850, Cordston, 653-1444. HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals stocl and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. FULLY INSURED TREE SUR-GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invites Applications For INSTRUCTORS JOURNEYMAN 320-2094, POULTRY AND SCRAP IRON Copper Radiator! Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 306 33rl North ROASTING CHICKENS, PAN ready. per Ib. Friers Freshly killed, ready. 37c a Ib. on dozen lots Freo delivery, custom killing. Hellmutti Dyck, Coaldole. Phone 345-3224. government announced today it lias extended its immigration subsidy plan to European countries and the United States, but has excluded Canada. Immigration Minister J. R. Marshall said reason for the omission is that Canada, like New Zealand, is a country of immigration. Hitherto New Zealand has recruited immigrants mainly in Britain and Holland. Last year, as an interim measure, the assistance scheme was 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS Apprentices October 21 to February 26. JOURNEYMAN MOTOR MECHANIC To teach first and second year Motor Mechanic Apprentices October 21 to February 26. Salary: Commensuratt with qualifications and experience. Closing date: September 15, 1970. Applications: Applicants should apply for the standard "Application for Employment" form to: Director of Persons! Lethbridge Community College C PETS AND for Frederick Paskuski, Blairmore resident who died at Calgary Saturday, Aug. 29, 1970, after a brief illness at the age of 55 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Memorial Chapel. 703 13th St. N., with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Pallbearers were Maurice Wilchynski, Gordon Huml, Tom Richards, Bob, Dan and Gary Paskuski. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. McGLYNN Requiem mass for Miss Margaret McGlynn, who died in the city Saturday, Aug. 29, 1970, after a brief illness at the age of 101 years, was said at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. M. H. M. Gillis the celebrant. Pallbearers were A. J. Paterson, J. dalourdan, L. A. Irvine, F. A. Keiver, H. T. Niedermier and D. Paterson. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. ZEH Funeral service for Mrs. Annie Zen, former Taber resident who died at Calgary Friday, Aug. 28, 1970, at the age of 78 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Knox United Church, Taber, HOME WANTED FOR TABBY kitten. Phone 327-I27J. Cash for used truck and CTI. TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phona 327-9355. SHEPHERD PUPS, lil 18th Sf., Fort Macleod. (CP) Canadians in record numbers are inquiring about the possibility of emigrating to Australia, John Chapman, Australian trade commissioner for Western Canada, said here. Mr. Chapman, hi Winnipeg to promote sales of Australian products, said his country's current economic prosperity seems to be the magnet attracting Canadians. He said Australia is enjoying a boom that has resulted hi full employment and a demand for workers with all types of skills. The trade commissioner said if there is a large Canadian emigration to Australia, there will be a counter-balancing shift in the other direction. "Canada is attracting lots of young Ausrtalians, particularly school teachers." 53 FEMAtE EMPLOYMENT SIAMESE KITTENS. Reasonable. Phone 328-2473. SALE REGISTERED ENG-llsh Setter pups. Phono 328-372B. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME. Phone 323-7475. FOR BARLEY AND OATS Tenders are Invited for supply and delivery of grain as listed below for the Research Station, Lethbridge, Alberta and the Research Sub-station One-Four, Alberta. bushels of Barley, No. 1 feed m'nlmum acceptable weight of Ibs. per bushel. 1J.OOO bushels to be delivered to ONEFOUR, (Manyberries) and bushels to be delivered to Lethbridge. 8.000 bushels of Oats, extra No. 1 Feed minimum acceptable welgnr of 38 Ibs, per bushel. bushels to be delivered to ONEFOUR (Manyberries) and bushels to be delivered to Lethbridge. Quotations on quantities of bushels and over will be considered. Samples are required with quotations. Quotations will close at 12 o'clock noon, Thursday, September 17th. For further information and quotation request forms contact C. G. Schoening, Assistant Administrative Officer, Canada Aqriculture Research Station, Lethbridge, Alberta, phone 327-4H1. SALE PUREBRED BLACK American Cocker Spaniel. Male with papers. Phone 328-2777. in the city on Wednesday, September 2, 1970, at the age of two years, John William Cotton of 624 5th St. S., beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilf and Erika Cotton. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Brothers Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral. C9994 GANGUR Michael, at the age of 55 years, passed away September 2, 1970, beloved husband of Ann Gangur 610 12th St. C. N., Lethbridge. Funeral services conducted by Father N. Diadio at p.m. in Chris-tensen Chapel. Prayers Friday, September 4 at p.m. in Christensen Chapel. No flowers by request. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Services. WILL DO BABYSITTING IN MY home. One or two children accepted. Phona 328-7437. but it is understood that, as a result of informal representations from Canada, recruiting there was eliminated. The more comprehensive proposals now announced extend the subsidy scheme to the United States, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy and West Germany, with special arrangements for Scandinavian and seme other- European countries. For prospective immigrants with certain skills, the New Zealand government will meet 75 per cent of cost and prospective employers 25 'per cent, less POODLE PUPPIES, TWO months old. Phona 666-3958, Etilkom. WILL BABYSIT IN MY OWN HOME. Vicinity of 12th Ave. S. Phone 327-2296. CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE adorable pets and would like to find a new dome. 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Call after 5 p.m. EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY warts permanent typist or ceptlonlst Phone 32B-937S. WILL BABYSIT ONE CHILD WEEK days (Monday through zround Lakevlew area. Phone 327-8392. MALE -FEMALE HELP POODLES FOR SALE. Ready to go, with or wilhout papers. Phona 32B-6140, after 5 GROUPS, CLUBS, OR OR-ganlzatlons sell 60 famous vanilla or 30 pepper and 30 vanilla. Donation Phone 327-7796. WILL BABYSIT ONE CHILD IN MY homo, Monday through Friday. Child three years or older preferred. Phone 358-9713, anytime. BUSINESS 54A LICENCED COUPLE LADY TO OP-erate small cafe Man for all round handyman for machine business In country. Good for right party. Confidential. Free dwelling. Write Box 48, Herald. THREE DAY SER-vice station business for sale. Large work shop. gallons yearly. Box 55, Herald. KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 323-2835. ALBERTA DRIVE-IN FOR sale Grossing SGO.OOO In nine months. Good 'profits. Write Box 42, 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT EDUCATIONAL What To Offer To FORT MACLEOD (Special) Intelligence, knowledge and character, aided and abetted by a high school diploma, are the most important ingredients for success for young people today-said Mr. Justice Alan J. Cullen. He was speaking to 45 members of the graduating class of the F. P. Walsh High School in Fort Macleod recently. He said the students mil cross many frontiers and will succeed because of these characteristics. Mr. Cullen said students in this country are lucky because they are being given guidance by some of the finest teachers in the country. "You are facing a new challenge and not any of ths You Have The World? obstacles you will face are as important as the one you just crossed. "Because of this, the whole world will now ask you, individually and as a group, what do you have to offer to the world." He said the certificate of qualification, which has satisfied the stern requirements of the school and the department of education, the discipline learned, aids in future learning, and material things gathered during the past 12 years all lead back to intelligence, knowledge and character. Mr. Dillen said intelligence Is the capacity to relate to things aod to 'apply what a person knows. Knowledge is all a person knows and character is a patch-work quilt made up of patience, reliability, thoughtful-ness, intelligence, knowledge, and efficiency, among other things. R BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE Thousand! ore earning good money In tho growing field of professional Income tax service. Now H R Block Canada's Largest Income Tax Service Will teach you to prepara Income tax relurns In a special 12 week tuition course. Classes conveniently scheduled to accommodate working-students and housewives. Curriculum Includes practice problems, supervised by experienced Block instructors. Enrolment Is open to all ages. No previous training or experience required. For complete details, call: Roy H R BLOCK B15 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 327-3712 TO ILL HEALTH, MUST SELL restaurant. cash. Stock extra. Write Box 373, Brooks, Alberta. STEPS AND DRIVEWAYS DONE. reasonable rates. Phone 327-2438, 327-7398. 56 FARM HELP and wife team wanted Immediately to operate grocery store In Edmonton or Calgary. Earn up to a year, and Job security. Minimum capital required Reply with resume and references to box 45, Herald. FOR GENERAL CONTRACT FOR ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF ALBERTA LIQUOR STORE, OKOTOKS, ALBERTA SEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO: The Chairman The Alberta Liquor Control Board 12360 1-12 Street, Edmonton, for "Erection and Completion of Alberta Liquor Okotoks, will be received UD to 2 o'clock P.M. Mountain Standard Time, Wednesday, September 16, 1970, flt the office of the Properties Administrator, the Alberta Liquor Control Board, 123iO 142 Street, Edmonton. Plans, Specifications and Tender Forms may be obtained on application to the Operations-Properties Department, the Alberta Liquor Control Board, 12360 142 Street, Edmonton, and will be available to General Contractors, Mechanical and Electrical sub-trades on deposit of Filly (S50.00) Dollars in the form of a Certified Cheque, payable to the Alberta Liquor Control Board, which will be refunded when Plans and Specifications are returned to the Operations-Properties Department In good condition not later than Fourteen (T4) days aftei closing date of lenders, otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit. Plans and Specifications will be posted with the Lethbridge, Red Deer and Calgary Construction Associations. Each tender must be accompanied by (a) A certified cheque or bid bond in the amount of or (b) A certified cheque or bid bond for en amount not less than 10% of the Tender. Certified cheques are Jo be made payable to the Alberta Liquor Control Board. The attention of Tenderer Is drawn 10 ths "Public Works Page 2, Clause 9, which refers to forfeiture of security. The successful tenderer will be required to provide a certified cheque or negotiable or properly assigned Government of Canada Bonds for Ten Percent of the contract, or a Fifty Percent Performance and Maintenance Guaranty Bond, plus Fifty (507c) Percent Labour and Material Payment Bond. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders will be opened In public at the Albsrta Liquor Control Board 12340 142 Street, Edmonton In the Board Room at 2 o'clock P.M. Mountain Standard Time, September 16, 1970. Chairman, The Alberta Liquor Control Passed away suddenly in Lomond on Tuesday, September 1, 1970, Leonard William Hagen of Vauxhali at the age of 46 years, beloved son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Olaf and Johanna Hagen of Enchant. Born in Washington in 1924, Mr. Hagen cams to Enchant district in 1927 will) his parents and all of his life had lived and farmed there until his sudden passing. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. (Mabel) Sivertson of Bow Island and Mrs. (Ethel) Lee of Barrhead; two biolhers, Eton of Lethbridge and Lloyd of Vauxhali. The funeral service will be held on Friday at 2 p.m. at the Evangelical Free Church in Enchant, with the Rev. E. B. Anderson officiating. Interment will follow in the Enchant Cemetery. Martin Bros.. Ltd. Directors of Funeral. C9993 TRAVIS Albert, beloved husband of Ann Travis of Natal, passed away Monday, August 31, 1970, following a brief illness, at the age of 75 years. Born in Hadock, Lancashire, he came to Canada in 1907 and has resided in Natal since. He served in the First World War with the 51st Battalion. He was a member of the Canadian Legion, Fraternal Order of Eagles and the UMWA. Besides his loving wife survivors include two sons, Herbie and Harvey of Sparwood; a daughter Mrs. Jack (Peggy) Patterson of Blairmore; six grandchildren; two great grandchildren' one brother Herbie of Red Deer; two sisters, Mrs. Dave (Nin) S'cevenson of Na-naimo, and Mrs. Romeo (Ver-nie) Cimolini of Nanaimo. He was predeceased by one son Alexander, his parents and several brothers. Funeral service was conducted in Michael's Church, Natal at 2 p.m., Thursday September 3, Father Bray officiated. Cremation followed. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Paul's Anglican Church Building Fund, in care of Mr. Earl Tabor of Natal, B.C. Salus Funeral Chapels Ltd. of Spar-wood, were in charge of arrangements. MAN FOR DAIRY AMD GENERAL farm work Apply R. H. mile east, five miles north, Lethbridge stockyards. Phone 327-9231. MARRIED MAN EXPERIENCED with livestock and machinery. Modern hams and utilities supplied. Tiffin Dairy Forms Lid., Box 965, or phone 327-9314. C 9972-1 LOANS AGENCIES. LIMITED ESTABLISHED College Mall. Phone 328-333t. The widest facility available. consider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. 57 FEMALE HELP SHORT ORDER COOK. MUST BE 21 or over. Phone 327-4447. Kenneth Morns officiating. Pallbearers were Douglas Marose, Ken Williams, Sid Price, Art Williams, Fred Hol-stine and Roy Maier. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Gardens. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, was in charge of the FUNDS If you want to borrow a large of money over a long period of time or ihe purchase of a home, for renovations or any other purpose, call C.A.C. Realty Limited. Loans are amortized for as long 85 5 years with a guaranteed renewable Term. No bonus or hidden cost. Interest Is calculated semi-annually (not n advance) on the declining balance. For any amount from S1600 to PART-TIME COOK WANTED. Please apply In person, Lethbridge Hotel Coffee Shop. ONE FULL TIME, ONE PART-TIME teller clerk. Apply Lethbridge Central Credit Union, 311 8 St. S. MUSIC TUITION ON GUITAR. Fred Kane. Phone 327-8897. FEMALE SHORT ORDER COOK. AL-ternatlng shifts. Apply Box 36, Herald. LESSONS BEGINNERS AND UP. PHONE JEFFREY CAL-MAN AT 327-3056. LADY TO MANAGE COUNTRY cafe. Independent operation. Write Box 47, Herald. OF THANKS QUINN I wish to thank my doctors, nurses, nurses' aides and all the staff -of the Border Counties Hospital, Milk River, for the wonderful care I received, and all the kindness extended me, for the many weeks I was hospitalized. .Also many thanks to mv wonderful friends and relatives for the beautiful flowers, lovely cards, nice gifts and their many visits, and well wishes. Thank you all very much. Your kindness will always be remembered. Quinn. LESSONS GRADES ONE-four, per month Phone 327-8469. YOUNG GIRL MUST HAVE REALTY LIMITED A SUBSIDIARY OF CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED College Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alta. Pnone 328-JJal. Bfandard gear shift car. Apply to LESSONS. O.B. Busy C R A N BROOK (Special) B.C. Forest Service sawlog scale for East and West Kootenay public forests was steeply up in August to cubic feet, compared with cubic feet for the corresponding month of 1969. Scale for the eight months of 1970 at cubic feet finally overtook scale for the corresponding months of 1969 at cubic feet. Species analysis shows spruce more than doubling to cubic feet to widen an already appreciable species lead, with cedar and fir in a dead heat for second place at 2.3 million cubic feet. Lodge-pole pine and balsam followed but were under the too million mark. Minor products showed poles snd piles slightly up at lineal feet, and mine timbers scaled lineal BABYSITTER WANTED TO COME IN Jour hours per day, five days weekly. Phono 327-7895, before noon or after 5 p.m., Lakevlew area. STUDENTS PREPARED FOR Associate, Licentiate, Fellowship examinations. J. Navara, 327-BB93. DENTAL OFFICE REQUIRES A t. ON-scienticus student to work after school. Apply In handwriting to Lethbridge Herald, Box 51. K1FF1AK, A.R.C.T, PIANO and theory. Phone 328-4173 or 327-7979. Firm Reports Profit EDMONTON (CP) Western Realty Projects Ltd. has reported a net profit of or 11 cents a share for the six months ended June 30. The earnings compared with 21 cents a share for the same period last year on earnings of But this year thera is a non recurring profit of or 39 cents a share from the sale of a pet food division. President Samuel Behberg said he expects a substantial increase in company earnings in the second half of the fiscal year from developments Dear-ing completion. Western has land holdings for residential development centred in Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver. MUSIC TEACHER requires students. Phono 327-1208 or call at 635 12th St. C N. RELIABLE BABYSITTER TO come In. Five days weekly. Two school-aged and one at home. Phone 327-1898, mornings, and after 8 p.m. ALL YOUR CARPENTRY leeds, town or country, phone LESSONS Conservatory of Lethbridge Prop. Vtnce Ditrieh BRASS REEDS PERCUSSION ELECTRIC BASS GUITAR PIANO INDIVIDUAL OR CLASS LESSONS HOURLY OR MONTHLY RATES PHONE 327-1790 MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO LiVE-IN with couple. Light1 housekeeping duties. Must be able to drive car. Phone 328-1858. 2418 13th Ave. S. AND REPAIRS. C. iurkens Construction. Free estimates. 28-4568. WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS epaired, odd Phone irid taking Fuller Customer orders. Minimum 15 to 20 hours weekly. Phone 327-IT41. DRIVES AND WALKS. RE-modelling, and rumpus rooms. Phona 3JW684. Gardens PICTURE BUTTE (Special) It is planned to take senior citizens living in North County on a tour of the Japanese Garden and the brewery garden, on Thursday, Sept. 17. The tour will last from approximately 12.30 until 6 p.m. All senior citizens from Barons, Nobleford, Picture Butte, Iron Springs, Coalhurst, Turin, Shaughnessy and Diamond City are eligible. Any interested person Is asked to call (collect) CLERK FOR FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT IN RETAIL STORE. STATE REFERENCES AND EXPERIENCE N REPLIES. GOOD SALARY-WRITE BOX 39, HERALD. SEWING SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS 'AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFIN5. 328-5745. DO ALTERATIONS IN MY home. 327-0530. BUILDING, CEMENT work, and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7lh Ave. S. Phone 327-6682, AVON PRODUCTS IS THE WORLD'S largest and most respected cosmetic company. AVON Representatives can take advantage of the fine reputation In successful, profitable businesses of own. Call now: 22E-745J or write MM. M. Scott, 2514 23rd Ave. S. Cf LOST AND CCM BICYCLE, WHITE fenders In vicinity of 10th St. and 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6629. RAVEN 132! 9lh ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus. rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phona Delight all eyes with taste-tempting fruits and flowers. Embroider a festival of fruits on a set of show towels or luncheon cloth. Great leisure pastime. Pattern 7242: transfer of 6 motifs about 5% x color suggestions. FIFTY CENTS tcoins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add IS cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited CO Front Street West Toronto 1, STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basemen s dug, water proofing. Inured, free estimates. Phone WANTED NOWI TEENAGERS, mothers, grandmothers. Start at once to show our exciting line ot Christ-mas cards and glfls to friends, neighbours, relatives. Earn extra cash for Christmas this easy way. No experience needed. Our beautifully Illustrated catalogue, with over 300' Items ihown In color, helps you to get many orders. Write today for Christmas cards on approval and free catalogue Monarch Greeting Cards, Dept. 46, 217 Cannon, Hamilton, Ont. CUP READING, TUESDAY through Saturday, 3-9 p.m. at the Lotu? Inn Cafe. CRAZE In 1969 Americans ale pickles of 36 different CENTRE FOR ADVICE, Information and Direction. Phone 327-7323. ntorior, exterior painting city WEDDING CAKES. and up. Free delivery. Phone 75S-3457, Magrath. evenings. Equi By BOSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER (HNS) The P grant is and costs above this figure will be paid by the local administration. Building, grounds and equipment chairman Dale E. Clifton recommended the immed i a t e purchase of equipment costing to which the board concurred. It was also noted that requests for new and replacement equipment from the medical staff and management totalled Further information is being sought from the hospital ser-vices division regarding its equipment policy with reference, to large expensive items such as an X-ray machine. Non payment by local civic administrations of 1970 supplementary requisitions in the total amount of- was brought to the attention of the board, and statements are be sent to file towns and villages in the district. A new formula setting up the method used to estimate operating capital requirements will be considered when establishing suoplementary requisitions for 1971. The board also authorized the purchase of two fluctuating air mattresses for the comfort of bedridden patients, the funds coming from the recently established T. M. Allen Memorial Fund. Appreciation was expressed for the donation of a television set for the p e d i a t r i c ward. Board chairman Russell V. Bacon said that such donations are most welcome, since the provincial government makes no contribution toward such purchases as TV sets and ah- conditioners. DRYWALL CO. LTD. residential commercial. Textured ceilings, Gyproc vinyls board. ANONYMOUS Anyone wllh a drinking problem. Phone 357-8049 or 328-3246, after UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Invttei application! for DUPLICATING CLERK Experienced preferred In collating, stapling, general binding, automatic machine operations. For further Information and application forms contact the PERSONNEL OFFICE 327-2171, LOCAL 253 anytime. BACKHOE AND TRUCK Can1 dig driveways, trees, basements, oad and haul gravel end top soli, ''hone 327-1413, before 5 p.m. 327-3347. .Her 5 p.m. OF PROBLEM DRINK-ERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP, WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, Cars Recalled By Chrysler DETROIT (AP) Chrysler Corporation announced here it is recalling cars for inspection for possible defects. Owners of Plymouth 1970 model Barracuda passenger cars with wrethane rear bumpers have been notified so they can be supplied with bumper jack replacements for their cars. Chrysler also is asking owners of 9-1 Dodge 1970 model Po-lara and Monaco four-door sedans and four-door hardtops to return their vehicles to dealers for inspection and correction, if necessary, of a possible inadequate welding on the rear seat belt anchor-bolt reinforcement problem of finances held a place of prominence on the agenda of the August meeting of the board of directors of Taber's General Hospital. Extensive repairs to the hospital's pressure boiler were indicated in a report of THE GENTLEMAN WHO Take notice that my wife, Linda 3ird, having left my bed and board, no longer be responsible for any debts Incured by her. Signed B. Bird. on 6th Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive at Saturday, Aug. 29, 1970 please phono Linda Hauser, 327-7609 or 327-7622. SERVICES AND office. The purchase of equipment {or the hospital in the amount of recotnmendsd by the finance commit tee, was approved by the board for 1970. Finance committee chairman Lyle M. Platt told the board that government grants, amounting to 75 per cent of cost up to a maximum of are now authorized. The Taping, Spraying ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 35B-7362. 6394-1 53 MALE HELP DEPARTMENT MANAGER TRAINER BETWEEN ages 21-30. MUST be Interested In working. Apply to Box 437, Lethbridae. STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dat-ers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 320-5114 HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the underslqned up to 11 o'clock a m Standard Time on Monday, Sep-ernher 14, 1970, for the construction of the following work: Highway 2 S. of BaUac to N. of Aldrle Mile 9.03 to Mile 17.10, Asphaltlc Concrete Pavement and Other Work, Approximate quantities, tons of qravel, ton miles haul. Contract and Specification! may be obtained at the office of Ihe Chief Construction Engineer, Building Edmonton, Alberta, the of-lea of the District Engineer, 1707 4th Street N W., Calgary, Alberta, arid ths office of the District Engineer, Ad-ministration Building, Lethbridge, Al-hcrtn, and will tc available only to nil viduals registered and operating n the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating In and who have es-abl shed a fixed place of business in he Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars will bfl eg'jired for each copy of tho Contract dnd Specifications laken. Each bid must bo accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10 per cent of Tender. Tenders be ooened In Public. The lowest or any Tender no necessarily accepted. L. H. McWANUS, Deputy1 Min ster of Highways and LOCAL FIRM REQUIRES LICENSED television technician. Experience es-stntlal. Must bo caoable of house calls and bench work. Full company benefits. Apply In person to 5lh St. S., between 1-4 p.m. REPAIRS TO S1NG-er machines, competent adjustments to all other makes. Free home estimate. Phone 327-2243. Singer Co cf Canada, College Mail. SALES and SERVICE. SER-vices all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lobs too large or too small. LETHBR'DGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-4456. CLERK FOR RETAIL STORE (DOWN STEADY EMPLOYMENT APPLICANTS STATE REFERENCES. EXPERIENCE, ETC. SALARY COM-WENSORATE WITH EXPERIENCE. WRITE BOX 40, HERALD. Ko NATAL, B.C. (HNS) East Kootenay Steel is still moving in equipment, but the plant is already functioning as the first one in this area to qualify for a federal industry incentive grant. The plant specializes In steel and metal fabrication and machining, as well as handling construction. John Davidson established the plant, locattd on the Sft Valley Road, just north of Spar-wood. It's close to the mining operations of Kaiser Resources which will be one of his main customers. The building and plant represent an investment of By the lime the first phase of the plant is complete, he'll bring the figure up to Ths federal Rolls ment has approved payment of roughly a third of that in an outright grant. He came to Canada in 1954, worked in Cape Breton on heavy equipment repairs, then in Toronto where he was involved in construction and steel Installation. Later he worked in development of Saskatchewan uranium mines and one pipeline, before joining Kaiser Resource] here. LICENSED MECHANIC TO OPERATE front-end service centre. Wheel alignments, brakes, shocks, tune-ups. Good opportunity for above average earnings. Write Box 53, Herald. ROTOTILLING. PHONE -328-7389. GENERAL TRUCKING .'.Mxcd cr unmixed top soil, manure, Complete landscaping service, Pfcono 327-5856 or 327-OW2. NATIONAL RETAILER OF BUSINESS machine requires salesman. Must be good In math. Training period of three weeks In Toronto. This Is salaried position. Phone 327-2555, for appoint LAWNS PUT IN, ROTOTILLING and cdd lobs. Phono 327-6143. Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Mary Chapman, 28, wife of Vic Chapman, press officer in Prime Minister Tru-deau's office; after brief TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-243B or' 327-7398. DRIVER SALESMAN Must be neat, over 3J, married, non-drinker. Guaranteed salary plus cam mis sion. Full co, benefits. Willing to not ahead. None other reed apply. 327-1525 or apply 516 5th PURITY DAIRY CO-OP LTD. C HARDWARE Phono 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOT.L1.ERS, POWER RAKES CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. ;