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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED Help wanted to construct feedlot an hour. Phone 327-2568, after 6 _ 9840-15 Silk and wool finisher. Apply One Hour Martinizing or phone 328-7576 days. 328-7060 evenings. C1955-15 Full time service station attendant re- quired. Phone 328-2924, for interview. C1956-13 Required immediately diesel Mechanic (Bus Driver) Call Northern Bus Lines. 327-3536. C1450-H Truck driver for local pickup. Somp knowledge of loading and also to work in yard. NATIONAL SALVAGE LTD. _____________ C428-tf Mnnnqer trainee for grocery store. Permanent work, good wages. Must be willing to learn. Apply in person Mihalik's Mayfair Foods. 642 13th St. N. _______________C1888-11 Do you want top wages, but on a part- time basis? Applications are now be- ing accepted for such a career. Car is an asset. No investment required and we train you. Phone now for an 9730-18 Milk sales representatives for Cardston Co-op. Commission only. Must have own delivery truck Applications by Sept. 18, 1973. Apply in writing to Cardston Co-op Creamery. Box 179. Cardston. ____________________C1957-15 Licenced mechanics required by construction company in Calgary for full time work. Basic shop work with 'minimum of field trips involved. Good wages and full company benefits available. Phone 272-2251, Calgary 9540-15 WANTED' Butcher to work in slaughterhouse. Experience preferred but not necessary if willing to Irani Housing available Taber Fro7on Foods Ltd'.. Box 2226, Taber. Alberta. Phone 223-2632. C1816-13 68 DOMESTIC 66 OFFICE. CLERICAL RECREATION LEADERS To supervise fall and winter recrea- tion programs one night a week in Coalhurst, Monarch, Nobleford, Barons, Picture Butte, Shaughnessy, Turin, and Iron Springs. ANYONE in- terested in working with children, minimum age 15, contact Morley Roelofs. Recreation Director, 732- 4774 or 732-4721. Picture Butte, before September 15th. TRAIN- ING provided for successful1 candidates C1840-13 WAREHOUSEMAN Heavy lifting required. No dust allergies 40 hour week. Shift work. Apply in person ELLISON'S HEAD OFFICE LETHBRIDGE. ALTA C1784-W SHOP FOREMAN To supervise camper and Fifth wheel plant at High River. The person chosen will supervise and train men and must possess ability to arj- minister and delegate responsibility. Knowledge of R. V. Manufacturing an asset. Reply Bronco Industries Ltd., P.O. Box 1119, High River, giving ex- perience and salary expected. 9431-13 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Canada's fastest growing distributor of freezer foods, direct to con- Requires responsible, aggressive representative. Ex- perience in direct sales helpful but not essential. Must have transpor- tation and be prepared to work hard Above average earnings and rapid advancement for accepted applicant. PHONE 329-0234 Required immediately babysitter C2me or live in- Approximate hrs- 8a.m. to 3 p.m. 328-3860.9143-tf Need babysitter from 8 a.m -5pm daily. Phone 329-4388, after 6 P-m- _______ 9566-13 Mature person to do light housework and be companion to'nine year old girl two nights a week Write P.O. Box 764. Lethbridge. C1958-18 Babysitter wanted Your home 17th St. and 18th Ave. S. Phone 328- 3221. after 6 p.m. 9731-13 69 FARM ________________ Help wanted for farm feedlot operation. Two openings available Experience and references required Modern house and utilities supplied 653-2049, Cardston. 9701-18 70 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL NURSING Staff and supervisory positions of various nature will be available to Registered Nurses approximately November 15, 1973. A background in in-service education is highly desirable. L.P.N.'s and Ward Clerk are also required. Anyone interested in these positions should direct their correspondence to Mrs. E. Whelan, R.N. Director of Nursing FERNIE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL P.O. Box 670 Fernie, B.C. __________________ C1974-22h REGISTERED MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST Required for regional laboratory. Salary S667.25-S805.00 per month with placing according to experience. Four weeks annual vacation, paid standby and on call. APPLY TO: PATHOLOGIST CRANBROOK AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL CRANBROOK, B.C. STATING EARLIEST DATE AVAILABLE. C1922-13 NURSING INSTRUCTORS 10 month positions available in Maternal-Child Health Sc. in nursing required related experience available November 1973 August 11974 directly to: Dr. L. L. Lewchuk Director School of Nursing UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA HOSPITAL 112 St. 84 Ave. Edmonton. Alberta T6G 2B7 _____________________ C1987-19 72 LICENSED KINDERGARTENS. NURSERIES___________________ Kradle Koop Day Care Centre. Children, six weeks to six years Phone 328-2835. Baby 2509 C4658-tf 78 LOST AND FOUND Lost Wrist watch 4th Ave. S. downtown. 327-1607. 9734-14 Lost Red Raleigh three speed bicycle. 1912 10th Ave. S, Phone 327- 6991. Reward. 9806-15 Lost lady's small, yellow gold Miller watch. 21 jewel, expansion bracelet. Vicinity Mayor Magrath Dr. Safeway. Phone 328-8656. 9807-14 79 PERSONAL EXERCISE FOR HEALTH AND WEIGHT CONTROL. PHONE 327- 2i5l 9-30 A.M.-8 P.M. 8831-27S Anyone with a drinking problem, phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after p.m. Lonely? Join our Fun and Friends Club. Card parties, chess, dance par- ties. Over 25 to under 100 years. You can come alone We will get you ac- quainted. Office hours 1-10p.m. 329-0955. 9435-tf Petite 36 year old widow would like to meet sincere gentleman for outings Write Box 66. Herald. 9703-15 Birth Control and Information Centre. Counselling information and referrals concerning birth control. V.D.. un- wanted pregnancies, sterilisation. Group presentations available 542 7th St S. Phone 328-0196. _________C1393-tf 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS Kirhy Vacuum Sales And Service Kirhy Company ol Lethbridge C3751-H Authorized General Electric lawn mowr rebuilding service Sarc Repair Ltd. 1011 3rd Ave S. 327- ?fi'.r, 2093-tf Southorn Stamp and Sten- stamps, corporate soah daters. etc. Same day service. 12-n 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-5114 C6924-H Maytaq Sales and Service. Services on all inakes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No job too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE. 905 3rd Ave. 327-4456. C7353-tf 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Restaurant in Lethbridge Hotel for lease Apply in person. C1050-tf FIRST TIME OFFERED You are capable of earning S1000 weekly as a dealer for MINI- TURBO CHARGER. Proven gas sav- ing device advertised on T.V. and in newspapers. Investment of secured by in- ventory and sales aids. This could be the changing point in your life. Why not investigate our offer? Private interviews arranged (ex- cellent man and wife Write with some details, including phone number to Box 65, Lethbridqe Herald. 9780-15 Well established TV, stereo and large household appliance sales and ren- tals business for sale. Located in one of Calgary's prime downtown locations with ample parking. Last years volume over Price in- cludes large amount of stock, new Ford truck, modern office equipment and furniture, new IBM typewriter, adding machine, etc. Included in price is owner's three bedroom newly furnished home on a large treed fully landscaped lot. It is a quiet residential area Close to downtown. Owner will work one month with purchaser. Owner moving to Winnipeg. For the opportunist, this is a steal at S55.000. Write Box 1174. Calgary. T2P 2K9. 9779-26 84 GARDENING Landscaping, sales and moving of mature trees. Spruce Tree Farms Ltd 328-5806. 9002-31oct. Rototilling. landscaping and new lawns seeded Phone 329-0364 3600-tf ASTRO REALTY LTD. Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 "TRANSPORT BUSINESS" Luur.itive LelJiur utyc [rucking busings'; for sale Good hauls and contracts Alberta and Saskatchewan runmnq nqhts Books open to serious buyers. This is a five man operation. tor selling health Ex- clusivr; "CALl. AN ASTRO REALTOR- APARTMENT BUSINESS Thrnn by fourplex (12 suites) only two year'-, old Each suite has own forced mr furnace, hot water tank, stove, rofnqnrator and drapes. These units show .1 very good return and must be SP.OM to be appreciated M.L.S "CALL AN ASTRO REALTOR" C1823-tf PUBLIC NOTICES I DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION WESTERN REGION Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration TENDERS FOR SEWER AND WATERMAIN CONSTRUCTION Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until p.m.. local Regma time, on September 27. 1973. for City of Moose Jaw, Contract 1, Watermains and Sanitary Sewer Mains 1973. The site of the work is located in the City of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. The work consists of the supply of all plant, labour and materials for the construction of approximately 17.700 ft. of water and sewer main along with associated earthwork and appurtenant struc- tures. The plans and specifications may be viewed in the Moose Jaw, Regina and Saskatoon offices of the local Builders' Exchange or Construction Association. Plans, specifications, instructions and forms for bidding may be obtain- ed from the undersigned at his office in Regina. Saskatchewan, upon the deposit of twenty-five dollars (S25.00) cash or a certified cheque for the amount, payable to the Receiver General of Canada, which deposit will be redeemable upon the return of the plans and specifications in good order within tine month after tenders have closed. Tenders will not be con- sidered unless made on the forms supplied, and in accordance with in- structions supplied with the specifications. Tenders must be ac- companied by security in the amount and form specified in the instructions. Thursday, September 13, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS GRIFFIN Bessie Leona, passed away in the city on Wednesday. September 12. 1973. at the age of 79 years, beloved wife of Mr. Edward Griffin of 620 20th St. S. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral arrangements. C1994 The lowest or any necessarily accepted. B tender not By Order, W. B. Thomson Chief Engineer, PFRA 401 Motherwell Building Regina. Saskatchewan S29 9429-13 EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Crows Nest Industries Limited re- quires a person to handle secretarial duties for the President and Secretary-Treasurer. Applicants must be proficient in typing and dic- tation and have mature judgment. The Company has a complete bene- fit program and salary will be contingent on experience and ability. Submit your resume, including details of past experience and references, to the attention of the SEcretary-Treasurer. Box 250. Fer- nie. B.C. All replies will be held in confidence C1920-17 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL required. Apply in person Golden Bridge Restaurant. C1727-29S Experienced waiter-waitress re- quired. Apply York Hotel. C1943-19 Experienced waitress-waiter. Top wages. Apply m person to Alexandra Restaurant. 328 5th Street South. C1949-18 Mature person for motel cleaning duties Minimum 36 hours per week. Salary negotiable. Phone 327-5125 C1991-19 Waitress-waiter required. Monday through Friday. Day shift only. Apply in person, STOCKMAN'S Inn, Highway 3 East. 328-2451 or 328- 1446 C1921-U Experienced Apply in person to Majorette Restaurant. (Not open on Sundays and holidays. Closed every day at 8 _____________________C1613-19 THE VILLAGE CHURNE In Coaldale requires full-time and part time help to work in dairy bar. Apply at The Churne. 9485-14 73 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE JOB ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE FOR BEST STUDENTS Thousands are earning good money in the growing field of income tax preparation. NOW. H AND R BLOCK CANADA'S LARGEST INCOME TAX SERVICE WILL TEACH YOU TO PREPARE INCOME TAX RETURNS IN A SPECIAL WEEK TUITION COURSE. CLASSES CONVENIENT- LY SCHEDULED TO ACCOMMO- DATE WORKING STUDENTS AND HOUSEWIVES. CURRICULUM IN- CLUDES PRACTICE PROBLEMS, TAUGHT BY EXPERIENCED BLOCK INSTRUCTORS. Enrolment is open to men and women of all ages. No previous train- ing or experience required. For complete details, call: Roy A. Aldous BLOCK 815-Third Ave. So. PHONE 327-3712 EVENINGS PHONE 327-8126 C1730-29S Heavy duty rototllling, mowing grass, high weeds and landscaping. Satisfaction guaranteed. 327- 1227. 9645-1 COct. Still Available! EVERGREENS SHADE TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS I.ACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE. ALTA. 345-4633 CLOSED SUNDAYS C8640-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES__________ Red American cocker pups. Phone 345-4898. 9545-15 Purebred German Shepherd puppies for sale. Phone 328-0828. 9808-15 Two male kittens to be given away. 327-7596. 9775-15 Afghan for sale. Two years old, male. 328-3295. 9776-15 One purebred Malemute. Black and silver. Phone 328-0646. 9777-15 Sealpoint Siamese kittens for sale. House trained. Gentle. Phone 328- 0652. after 5 p.m. 9778-15 69 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 C5216-tf MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCELTD. 11173rd Ave. South. 3283251. C7769-H 90 CONTRACTS_______________ Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 327-5087, 328-3983. 2480A-tf Economy painting and decorating. Very neat, very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf Painters. Qualified work guaranteed. Free estimates. Phone 328-6911. 7169-tf THE CLIP JOINT Complete all breed dog grooming. 118 8 St. S. 328-4362. C190B-13h Three kittens to be given away Phone 327-1923. after 6 p.m. X3328-14 Three female, trained kittens. Phone 328-9464. two male house- to be given away. 9671-18 Registered Labradors. 327-6377. 809 7th St N. 9672-14 75 MUSIC TEACHERS Music lessons band instruments V Dilrich 327-1790. 9433-22 Now accepting beginner trujmpet K Phone 327-8645. 9515-14 Vmlrn lessons 0 B. Bentsen. A N C M 632 21st St S. Phone 327- Trained kittens to Phone 328-7127. be given away. 9673-14 8082-tf Guitar lessons for beginners by school teacher. Saturdays. per hour. Phone 329-4493, after 6 p.m 9639-17 Piano, organ, guitar and accordion lessons. Berti School of Music, 2646 South Parkside Drive. Phone 327- 0115. C1063-H Person for cleaning guests rooms in modern facilities. Good working con- ditions. Phone 328-2366 for ap- pointment. 9 a.m 4 p.m. Monday Friday C1884-14 Lounge cocktail above average enumeration. Good appearance and pleasant personality an asset. Apply in person 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Park Plaza Motor Hotel. ___________________C1878-14 Part-time cook for nights and weekends, in modern restaurant with all facilities. Phone 345-4811, ask for Betty or Vern. C1934-17 Desk clerk required for shifts required. Must be mature and enioy dealing with the public. 329- 0100. C1935-tf 68 DOMESTIC Housekeeper Wanted For father and two children (ages lour and six years) Melvin Essor. Box388 Golden. BC 344-6571 9773-26 Required Competent and thorough housekeeper. Weekly. Roforoncos. Phone 327-6725, after 5 P m 9774-15 MUSIC LESSONS Murray Nelson, classic, popular and bass guitar. Mark Nelson, classic guitar, Kathy Nelson, Grade 10 piano student teacher. Phone 329-4252, 327-4736 and 328-7069. 9G14-15 Lessons piano, organ, theory. Students prepared for exams. Dennis Whiteley. A. Mus. T.C.L. A.R.C.O. Registered music teacher. 4th Avenue South. Phone 329-3250. 7874-26S 76 SEWING SERVICES Order now for Christmas giving crocheted ponchos, vests, capes, etc. 327-5063. 9733-14 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT WANTED Trumpet player for well established band. Must read music. 327-0214. after 6 p.m. '9670-15 DANCE BAND FOR ALL OCCASIONS. VINCE DITRICH. 327- 1790. 8469-22S EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE-DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328- 2867. C4951-H Enjoy variety dance music and vocal entertainment by the K's. Now book- ing for Christmas parties, wedding dances and concerts. For bookings phono Kent Bond, Fort Macleod, 234-2151. 9599-tt 78 LOST AND FOUND Lost Black Pageboy, looks like pocket transistor radio. Reward offnred Phone 328-1701. C1975-15 Purebred Doberman pups. Registered sire. Four males, two females. Excellent pet or guard. 752- 3398. Raymond. 9704-18 Ready to go Five week old Dane Used for show, pet or guard. Stardane Kennels, Box 128, Coaldale. Phone 345-4539. 9541-21 Seventy gal. fish tank. All 'accessories. Also assortment of cameras. Phone 485-2779, after 5 p.m., Vulcan. 9821-19 HUNTERS Registered Britany Spaniel pup- and 13 weeks old. Perma- nent DHL shots. Phone G. A. Addy 1- 223-8363. Taber. 9147-14h 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Store for rent at present established confectionery. With living quarters and garage. Also satisfactory for other type of business. Located at 328-13th St. N. Phone 328-2150. 9113-tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Dealerships for electronic calculator offered by Canadian agent of American-made memory machine. Financial participation open. Please reply in confidence to Box 59, Herald. 9781-15 Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. College Mall. Phone 328-3331 Residential. Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C1908-15 ROYAL TRUST 323 7th ST. S. Phone 328-7768 COAST-TO-COAST REALTORS TABER Now three level six-plex locnted >n all now area Features five two-oedroom suites and one "one-bedroom suite. Total potential revenue per year S10.- 980 loss expenses Price includes stoves, refrigerators, com operated washer and dryer and hot water heating Trader accepted M.L.S COALDALE Exceptionally well kept three year old fourplex in excellent location. Shows good return on equity Stoves, refrigerators, coin operated washer 'and dryor included in full price of S59.000 Call RAY LAVALLEY at 345- 34fi? to view M LS C1709-1I Quality cement work sidewalks, patios, driveways, etc. Reasonable prices Phone 327-3432. Free es- timates 6007-12 Garage building, cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf Fred Steiner cement work, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327- 8286. C3661-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. BOX NUMBER REPLIES 3. 10. 21. 25, 26, 31. 34, 40, 50, 56 57 62, 130. PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF "The Gas Utilities and IN THE MATTER OF "The Public Utilities Board anc! IN THE MATTER OF an In- quiry by the Public Utilities Board (pursuant to a request of the Minister of Telephones and Utilities) into the methods and costs of production and distribution and the pricing of propane with in the Province of Alberta, in order that the Board may determine, in ex- ercising its powers and authority pursuant to The Gas Utilities Act. whether it will be in the public interest to fix and determine the just and reasonable price or prices for propane used, consumed, scored or retained within Alberta. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an initial hearing by the Public Utilities Board will be held at 'the Court House, in the City of Calgary, in the Province of Alberta, commencing on Thursday, the 27th day of September. 1973, at the hour of o'clock in the forenoon, at which time and place the Board will hear all per- sons who desire to make representa- tion respecting the matter and in par- ticular respecting the determination of the sources and material available and the items on which the Board will want to hear further representation. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the Board has prepared a preliminary list ol the items respecting the matter into which the Board is making an in- quiry and such list may be otained by addressing a request for same The Secretary. Public Utilities Board. 900 Devonian Building. 11160 Jasper Avenue. Edmonton. Alberta. T5K 01.1 Notwithstanding the preliminary list of items, any interested person may at the initial hearing request ad- ditional items to be placed on the list. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that all persons making written represen- tation at the initial hearing shall produce to the Board five copies of the same together with five copies of any material in support thereof. DATED AT EDMONTON, in the Province of Alberta, this 4th day of September. 1973. PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD. (SIGNED) A E FAHLMAN SECRETARY S39 PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Take notice that the Council of the City of Lethbridge, In the Province of Alberta, has given first reading to MoneyBy-LawMo. 3156 which will, on final approval and ratification, authorize Council to borrow monies by way of debenture to pay for the cost of equipping a library facility within its municipal limits. The estimated total cost of the aforesaid project amounts to S60.000.00. The amount to be borrowed on the credit and security of the municipality at large by the issue of debentures is The debentures are to be repayable to the bearer in twenty (20) equal consecutive annual installments of combined principal and interest, the interest not to exceed a rate of more that nine per centam per an- num. NOTICE THEREFORE is hereby given by the Council of the City of Lethbridge that, unless a poll of the proprietary electors for and against the said debenture borrowing is demanded, as provided for by the terms of The Municipal Government Act. the said Council may pass the said By-Law and submit it to the Local Authorities Board for final ratification and certification that a vote of the proprietary electors thereon is not required. OF WHICH ALL persons interested are hereby notified and they are re- quired to govern themselves accor- dingly. NOTICE OF PROPRIETARY ELECTORS A proprietary elector is (i) a person whose name appears on the assessment roll in respect of land liable to assessment and taxation for general municipal purposes, and (ii) a person who is liable for the pay- ment of a mobile unit license. Five per cent of the proprietary electors mav bv petition' request a vote on a money by-law under the provisions of Sections 311 and 7 of The Municipal Government Act 1. The petition must be received by the municipal secretary within 15 days of the last publication of this Notice and shall contain on each page an accurate and identical statement of the purpose and ob- jectives of the petition. 2. Each signature to the petition shall be witnessed by an adult person who shall take an affidavit that to the best of his behalf the persons whose signatures he has witness- ed are qualified to vote at a general election. 3. There shall be set out opposite each signature on the (a) the legal description of the property or other qualifications entitling that person to be a proprietary elector, (b) the postal address of the petitioner. (c) the occupation of the petitioner. 4. A corporation or a religious organization or an estate of which appears on the last revised assessment roll as the owner, con- ditional owner or purchaser of land that is not exempt from tax- ation, may in writing authorize a resident representative to sign a petition on behalf of the corpora- tion or religious organization or an estate. 5 The petition shall ba filed with the municipal secretary who shall, in accordance with the Act. compute the number of petitioners that have signe the petition and deter- mine the sufficiency thereof. 6. Every petition shall have attached to it a signed statement of a person whose name appears upon the petition stating that he represents the petitioners and that he is the person to' whom the municipality may direct any en- quiries with regard to the petition. 7. No name shall be removed from the petition after been received by the municipal BATTY Passed away in the city on Thursday, September 13th. 1973, Mrs. Helen Batty at the age oi 89 years, formerly of 2116 7th Ave. South, Lethbridge, belov- ed wife of the late Mr. Arthur Dixoo Batty. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C1995 ABOLISH PREFERENCES SUVA (AP) Fiji will abol- ish preferential tariffs for products from British Com- monwealth countries starting in January, Finance Minister Charles Stinson announced Monday. He said the govern- ment would set up a new single-tariff schedule. PUBLIC NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS PARKS CANADA TENDER GOLF COURSE CONCESSION WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK The work consists of collection of approved green fees on behalf of Her Majesty, maintenance of all rooms in the golf clubhouse including toilets, showers and locker rooms, maintain and operate a concession for the sale and rental of golf equip- ment and supplies, operate a power golf cart rental and storage service and operate a restaurant in the clubhouse. Period of concession 1974-76 inclusive. Sealed tenders marked as to con- tent and addressed to the Superintendent. Waterton Lakes National Park, Waterton Park, Alber- ta, will be received up to: 12 Noon (Mountain Daylight Friday 28. September 1973. Tender documents can be obtain- ed from the Superintendent. Waterton Lakes National Park, Waterton Park, Alberta, or the Direc- tor-. Western Region, Parks Canada, 134 11 Avenue S.E., Calqary Alberta T2G 0X5. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. L H Robinson Director Western Region Parks Canada S1 DEATH FREEMAN-Combined funeral services for the late Floyd, Tracy Diane and Margaret Diane Freeman formerly of Hillcrest, passed away in Algiers. Africa on September 1. 1973. will be held in St. Anne's Catholic Church in Blairrnore on Saturday, September 15 at p.m., with Rev. S. Henke, Father Tijn Connolly and Rev. Douglas Dunn officiating. Prayers will be said in St. Anne's Church in Blairrnore on Friday evening at p.m. Interment will be made in the Hillcrest Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations will be most gratefully accepted for the Teena and Lome Freeman Trust Fund, care of the Royal Bank. Bellevue. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD.. is in charge. ___________________9847A FUNERALS GRIFFIN Funeral ser- vice for J. P. (Jack) Griffin, 'vho died Scot. 6. 1973. was held at p.m. Monday, Sept. 10. 1973, in Trinity United Church. Fort Macleod, with Peter Walker the of- with Peter Walker the of- ficiating minister. Pall- bearers were Jim Burger, Art Chell. Bob Gunderson, Reg Purdy, Earl Sponholz, and Claude Stevens. Interment was in the Union Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod and Pincher Creek, was in charge of the arrangements. ALLAN Funeral service for Lois Allan, who died Sept. 3. 1973. was held at p.m. Friday. Sept. 7, 1973, in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Fort Macleod, with Rev. Gordon Haynes of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Donald. Richard and Robert Allan. Arnold Butler, Bill-Deis and Ralph Webb. Interment was in the Union Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod and Pincher Creek, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS TURNER George Fredrick. We would like to convey our sincere thanks and appreciation to friends, neighbors and relatives for their sympathy and prayers in the passing of a dear husband and father. Thanks for the many cards, the floral tributes, food and donations. We thankthe doctors, nurses and staff at the Raymond and Magrath Hospitals! A special thank you to our doctors in Lethbridge. and also the nurses at the Lethbridge Municipal and Auxiliary Hospitals. Your kindness will always be remembered. -Thelma Turner Janet Alston and family Lawrence Turner and family 9808 IN MEMORIAMS TURIN In loving memory of a dear son and brother. Bill Turin, who passed awav September 12. 1968. Five years have gone away We all think of you every day. remembered by your mother, sister. Jennie and brother-in-law Nick Bod- naruk. 9785 CROW In loving memory of Raymond H. Crow of Barons, who passed away September 13. 1972. So manv memories ot you are always very near. Though you have been gone one long and lonely year. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Mary. 9784 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TENDERS FOR UNDERGROUND ELECTRICAL DUCT AND MANHOLES Sealed tenders clearly marked on the envelope "Tenders for Underground Electrical Duct Manholes" will be received at the office of the Purchas- ing Agent, City Stores Building. 280 5 Street North. Lethbridge. Alberta, until P.M.. M.D T. September 20. 1973. Plans and specifications may be ob- tained at the Office of the Purchasing Agent upon a deposit of S50.00 by certified cheque made payable to the City of Lethbridge which will be refunded on the return of the Documents in good condition by October n, Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond payable to the City treasurer. City of Lethbridge, for a sum not less than 5% of the tendered price, and a Con- sent of Surety Form for the Perfor- mance Guaranty Bond described in the specifications. A bond in the amount of 50% of the total tender sum will be required of the successful tenderer for the faithful performance of the contract. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. W.PONECH PURCHASING AGENT S36 SEGBOER Funeral ser- for Abraham Segboer, A-ho died Sept. 7, 1973, was icld at p.m. Monday, 5ept. 10. 1973, in Trinity Jnited Church, Fort Macleod, .vith Peter Walker the of- ficiating minister. Honorary aa 11 bearers were George de Wit. Stewart Ellis, Jack Shand, Julius Horvath, Everett Sinnema and Bram Van Meurs, Pallbearers were Jacob, Clarence, John, Bunny and Pierre Segboer and Ernie Abramenko. Interment was in the Union Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd.. Fort Macleod and Pincher Creek, was in charge of the arrangements. SMYTH Funeral service lor Alexander Smyth. Hillspr- ing resident who died Sept. 6. 1973. was held at p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, 1973, in the Hillspring Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Chapel with Bishop S. Wynder officiating, assisted by Pastor Ron Harris. Honorary pallbearers were Paul. Or- ville. Evan and John Climenhaga, Ted Kinley. Fred Brooks. Mike Reti, Leo Bearss. Fred Link. Phillip Rhodes and Clair Dewit. Ac- tive pallbearers were Duane and Robert Climenhaga. Bob Delgatty. Wally Kostelansky, Roy Reti and Dale Paul. Inter- ment was in the Hillspring Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd.. Fort Macleod and Pincher Creek, was in charge of the arrangements. NOTICE TO TENDERERS THE CITY OF MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA CONTRACT NO. P.W. 696 Sealed Tenders for the supply of materials and the construction of Base and Asphaltic Hot Mix Surfacing on Box Springs Road, addressed to Mr. W. Wilkinson, Purchasing Agent, City of Medicine Hat, Medicine Hat. Alberta, will be received up to o'clock noon M.S.D.T., September 25, 1973. The approximate quantities involved are: common hxcavation 16. 500 Cu. Yds. Culverts 190 Lin. Ft. The date of the last publication of this Notice is September 21st 1973 JOHN GFRi A City Clerk S37 CENTRES PLANNED TORONTO (CPt The cily's scluiiil board announced that care cent ITS will be opened soon in school buildings II Toronto council passes a bvlaw to allow the use ol unused school space for this purpose. Currently a hvlaw prohibits day care cenlres Iron) operating in schools Alternate No. 1 Water stabilized granular sub-base pit run gravel. 8" compacted depth. Water stabilized V gravel base course. 4" compacted depth. Asphaltic hot surface course. 3" compacted depth. Alternate No. 2 Asphaltic hot mix surfacing. Sq. Yds. 28.500 Sq. Yds 27.500 Sq. Yds Sq. Yds Copies ot the Drawings and Specifications may be obtained from the Calgary Office of the Consulting Engineer, Underwood McLellan Associates Limited. 2540 Kensington Road N.W., Calgary. Alberta, upon a deposit ol ui cheque made payable to the Engineers. Tenders must be accompanied by a certified cheque or Bid bond in the amount of ten percent of the total Tender Price, payable to the City ol Medicine Hat Tenderers are also required to supply a Consent of Surety Form in the amount equal to one hundred percent of the Contract Sum. The Owner reserves the right to waive informalities in, or reiect any or all tcndors. or to accept the Tender deemed most favourable in the interest ol thf Ownor Mr. S. W. Wilkinson Purchasing Agent City of Medicine Hat Medicine Hat, Alberta S32 FORISH In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather. John Forish, who passed away September 13, 1969. Precious forever are memories of you. Today, tomorrow, and all life through. Sleep on. dear dad, in your haven of rest, For on earth, he was one of the best. remembered by daughter Ann. Gordon and children. 9783 FORISH In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather. John Forish. who passed away September 12, 1969. We never knew that mor- ning. What sorrow the day would bring. The blow was sudden, the shock severe. To lose the one we loved so dear. We miss his smile, his cheerful way. We miss the things he used to say. When happy days we oft' recall 'Tis then we miss him most of all. Ever remembered by daughter Margaret. Bob and Debbie: son John. Jean and boys. 9782 Oil people won't buy suggestion EDMONTON (CP) Oil in- dustry spokesmen do not sup- port a suggestion that produc- tion from Alberta's Athabasca oil sands be exempt from the federal government's plans to lower the cost in Canada of domestically produced oil. Energy Minister Donald Macdonald. in an interview taped for the CTV program Question Period, said there 'would have to be a special arrangement for the oil sands because of higher production costs. But industry spokesmen said that such a move would discriminate against, smaller Canadian-owned companies and drastically reduce ex- ploration for conventional oil reserves. LONDON (CP) Prime Minister Heath and his Con- servative government have thrown the first sprinkle of cold water on Britain's heated consumer boom, despite re- cent pledges that no such ac- tion was contemplated. Most experts are confident, nowcvor, that the dampening moves are not severe enough to cause any immediate reductions in imports from Canada and other countries. ;