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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -SB MALE HELP Thunday, September 24, 1970 59 MALE -FEMALE HELP Po Into A ie Oil Tei Ken Hall, operations manager for Trans Mountain Oil Pipe Line Co., said Wednesday about SGOO million be spent on oil and gas exploration in the sts two oil and four gas lines. H all were built, the cost would be about billion. But there are sufficient proved reserves to justify only one oil the Trans-Alaska system from Frudhoe Bay to Valdcz on tire west. coast o{ and Uiat did not solve the problem of getting gas to market. A gas line would require a daily throughput of about two billion cubic feet and even with additional pickup of gas along the way would be "marginal at the moment." TESTS DHGAPJ IN '69 Trans Mountain and 15 other firms formed Mackenzie Valley Pipe Line Research Ltd. lo studv the feasibility of building an oil pipeline up Ihe Mackenzis River Valley in the Northwest Terrilorics. Tests were started at Inuvik, N.W.T. in 1969 and would continue for at least another year. Mr. Hall said much of Uie knowledge required for construction of such a pipeline already exists in Canada. But there were major problems requiring extensive research, including permafrost and impact on the ecology. Permafrost, "probably the biggest single in some areas along the Arctic coast extended to depths of feet m- more, consisting in many cases of extremely fine material supersaturated with ice. Mr. Hall said. Melt the ice and "all kinds of thim can happen." The ground could turn into a soupy mess which would cause the pipeline to drop or it could flow away, leaving part of Ihe line exoosed. In either case, it wculd disrupt the tender Arctic ecology, one reason whv so much money was being spent on pipeline research. APPROACHES STUDIED At Inuvik, 14 different approaches to building a pipeline above the permafrost were examined. Two concepts were selected for further study. One involved the driving of piles into the permafrost and freezing them in. The oUier involved the laying of a gravel bed and burying the pipe high above the "active layer" of permafrost so that heat would not reach the frozen material beneath the tundra. Mr. HaU said boUi approaches will probably be used, although there is "still a lot we doii't know about permafrost." Enough work had been done to show the concepts were feasible, but detailed data was still needed. He said tie natural routine for any pipeline is up the Mackenzie River Valley, with an oil pipeline probably entering Alberta to connect with existing systems near Zama Lake in the extreme northeast. A gas pipeline would probably follow the Liard Fold and could branch in three directions, east across the Frames, south to the central United States or west to Vancouver and the Pacific Northwest States. EXPERIENCED DARDER WANTED. Full or Oil rl lime. Phone alter 6 p.m., J27-WH. SALE PEAT MOSS, ALL slici. Apply Dnn's Greenhouse, Lelli-bridge. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, V In Memoriams AND GUITAR PLAYtER. Phone 327-0733. 'I6U-16 WANTED FULL-TIMF SNORT order cook. Apply In person to the Lemurldgc Hold Cotlce Shop. JOURNEYMAN PLUMflERS AND rtpprenllccs tor Lelhbrldcjt; University Phone PlocKcrljle nnrl Hole, 327-J12J. ROTTED MANURE AND GOOD top soil tor salt. 3ZB-3ZB9. ROTOTILLING. PHONE 328-7399. LICENSED MECHANIC TO OPERATE front-end service centre. Wheel align-rnenls, sliocks, lunc-uns. Good opporlunllv lor above average earnings. Write Box 81, Herald. TWO REAL ESTATE SALESMEN OR SALESLADIES, PREFERABLY EXPERIENCED, REPLY FOR APPOINTMENT GIVING AGE AND EXPERIENCE (IF ANY) TO BOX B9, HERALD. TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone or 327-2438, AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phone 327-7398 or 327-2J38. by high prospects for finding large volumes of oil and gas in the Canadian North, petroleum companies have committed million toward Arctic pipeline rcsuarch, a pipeline comrany official said GLENDALE MOBILE HOMES LTD. nas openings two product Ion -tine foremen. Please apply to Box 1897, Wclasklwin, attention Chuck Snndborp or Phone 352-4031. AREA STAFF LIFT OPERA-tors, professional M patrol, kllchon dining room help, chambermaids, mochnntcnl grader opcralor, Contrac Manager, Doug Whan, P.O. Box Pincher Creek, Alberta. AND LAWN MANURE. DE-tivered or loaded, your vehicle. Phone 328-2911- VANDEN DUNGEN KOTKAS Requiem mass for Jolin (Jack) Kolkas, beloved husband of Mrs. Murgarcl Kotkas of 406 Broadway N. Raymond, who died suddenly al Raymond Sunday, Sept. 20, 1970, at the age of CD years, was saic at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Sacred Heart Church, Raymond with Rev. Louis Cassidy the celebrant. Pallbearers were Hudy and Ken Kotkas, Joe Kurtz, Art and Doug Foster and Charlie Judd. Interment was in the family plot at Temple Hill Cemetery, Raymond- Martin Bros Ltd., Directors of Funeral FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-209J. the next four years. He told the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce there have been six proposals for TOP EARNINGS AVAILABLE FOR parMime or lull-time salesmen with revolutionary Induslriiil malnlonance product. Apply: P.O. Box S'n. D., Calgary, Alberlii. DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS Two mlillanli politically minded con-scienllous persons to work as com-munily development officers 'wiih native' people In Grande Cache, Alberta, and Slave Lake, Alberta, areas. Applicant must speak Cree language, be prepared to live In the communl-lies. Also required are familiarity with provincial governmenl agencies, basic organizational, management skills. Salary up to S800 a monlh depending on experience, qualifications. living expenses, subsidized accommodation. Office lo be maintained In nome. Work with native people developing business enterprises, promoting social, economic, cultural advancement. Apply in writing belore September 30, 1970 lo ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA Bl 1QJ05 100 Avenue Edmonton, Alberla Duiigcn wish to announce Uie birth of their daughter, Tanya Lee, seven pounds three ounces at Municipal Hospital on Sunday, Sept. 20, 1970. Insured. HARDWARE Phone GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTlLLERS, POWER RAKES CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. Prof Peace Viet wrture tion" the Viet Cong demand for the removal of (he three top Saigon government leaders. Chief North Vietnamese negotiator Xuan Thuy said before entering today's talks that he hoped the United States would give a "serious response" to the proposals. Saigon's Pham Dang Lman rejected the Viet Cong plan as a "coarse, blatant and divisive REQUIRE PROCESS OPERATOR Yi'HIi fourrii class stean: engineer pa-peri. Prefer under aye 45. SMM work involved. Good wages. Apply Mr. jproul. Western Canadian Seed Pro-C9ssors Lid. POULTRY AND STAHK Passed away suddenly in the city, William M. Stark, at the age of GO years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ethel Stark of 722 21st SI. S. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed, liar-tin Bros Ltd., Directors of Funeral. C349A TOMCALA Passed away at Lethbridge on Tuesday, September 22, 1970, Marie of Taber, at Die age of 78 years. Prayers will be said in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber on Thursday September 24 at p.m. Funeral service will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber on Friday, September 25 at 11 a.m., wiih Hev. Fatlier Burke Hoschka celebrant. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, in Charge of Arrangements. C348 PHEIKSCHAS Passed away suddenly on Wednesday, September 23, 1970, Martin, at the age of 31 years, beloved husband of Mr s. Julia Preikschas of 2304 23 Avenue, Coaldale. Born in Lithuania, the late Mr. Preikschas came to Bamwell with his parents where they farmed until moving to Coaldale a few years Married hi Lethbridge on August 31, 19C8, survivors include, besides his loving wife, one son, Martin Jr. at home; four sisters, Mrs. Edith Lesch of Wisconsin, Mrs. 11. (Anna) SpiegelLerg of Diamond City, Miss Mary Preikschas of Calgary and Miss Eva Preikschas of Coaldale; four brothers, Henry and Jacob of Coaldale, George hi Germany, and Fred-trick of Calgary: also his mother in law, Mrs. Theresa Morgan of Scotland. The tuner, al service will be .held in Christ Trinity Lutheran Church at 2 p.m. on Saturday, with Rev. E. R. Moody officiating. Interment .mil follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. TRUCK DRIVER With good driving record. Must be clean, neat and ROASTING CHICKENS. PAN ready, five-six Ibs. 36c por Ib. Also fryers. Free delivery. Custom killing. Hellmulh Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 3J5-322-1. Apply In person CANADIAN PROPANE CON. LTD. 3321 No. Three Highway East Lelhbridge, Alia. PETS AND Stales asked North Vietnam aid the Viet Cong today to give further clarification of new Vietnam peace proposals. Chief U.S. negotiator David K. E. Bruce, in his first formal reaction to the proposals, said .the fundamenal demands of the other side appear to remain unchanged. But he added: "If you intended in your latest statements to convey new positions, we would welcome further clarification from you." Bruce said that Uie Viet Cong guerrillas' call for the withdrawal of United Stales forces from South Vietnam by a specific date do not differ markedly from previous calls for the withdrawal of American forces within six months. He also asked for a clarification on tre position of Norlh Vietnamese armed forces in South Vietnam. Tht U.S. continues to favor withdrawal of all American and North Vietnamese forces from tire south, he added. Bruce described as "an inexcusable and unrealistic AIREDALE TERRIER. Obedience trained. Phone 3J5-J57J. NELSON Funeral service for Charles Odin Nelson, beloved husband of Mrs. Millie Nelson of Vauxhall who died at Vauxhall Sunday, Sept. 20, 1970, at the age of 63 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1970, in the Parkview United Church, Vauxhall, with Rev. Gordon Wilson officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Jack Horton, Nick Henyk, Free Sauter, Claes Birck, Herman Feldbusch and Joseph Na-dorozny. Active pallbearers were J. T. Whittaker, Jack Urdal, W. T. Bailey, Harry Key, Clifford Norman and R. L. Higgins. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens, Lethbridge. Humphries Funeral Home. Taber, was in charge of the arrangements. VOU'ATTI Funeral service was held recently at Natal for the laie Benjamin Oscar Volpatti, 49. Hs was born in Michel, moving, lo Sparwood about two years ago. He was a fireboss al the Michel Mines until his sudden death. He was an avid hunter. He is survived by his wife Serafina, one daughter Nancy, 11, one son Ricky, 6, two brothers, Guio and Lino, one sister Mrs. Andy (Helen) Huryn, all of Spar-wood, and his father, Ben Volpatti Sr. of Elk Valley. Services were conducted from St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. L. M. Trainor officiating. Pallbearers were Ezrier DeAnna, Bruno Truant, Tom Rothel, Robert Taylor, Roger Berdusco and Joe ONE OF CALGARY'S LONGEST ESTABLISHED AND LARGEST AUTOMOBILE DEALERS HAS OPENINGS FOR EXPERIENCED CAR AND TRUCK SALESMEN. THE MEN WE ARE LOOKING FOR MUST BE WILLING WORKERS AND DESIRE ABOVE AVERAGE EARNINGS. ALL COMPANY BENEFITS. APPLY- P O BOX 570B STATION CALGARY, ALBERTA. KITTENS FOR THE TAK-ing-Will Jrain. Phone 328-830B. TEACHERS TOY POODLE PUP-ples. Pfione 32B-2M8. Willow Creek Vhool Division No. 28 Requires the following teachers wiih duties to commence Oclober 1st, CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE adorably pets and would like; lo find a new home. 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Call 328-3.133, alter 5 p.m. Opportunity For CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT in the Town of Picture Butte Office space available. For furlher information conlacl: PICTURE BUTTE AND DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOWARD BRANCH PRESIDENT PETE CRESS SECRETARY house-trianed kitlen, gold and while. Phone 327-6450 611 8th Ave. S. XI On For Bank Grade Seven English Half-Time Teachers CLARESHOLM -One Senior High English Please submit applications and credentials lo: Mr. R. E. Congdon Secretary Treasurer Willow Creek School Division No. 28 Box 49, CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA BUSINESS RESTAURANT IN GOOD LOC-ation. Approximately nut Income per year. Cheap for cash or will lake Irade. Box 85, Herald. continued a search for an armed robber who took Wednesday from a branch of Uie Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in southwest Calgary. Wearing an orange colored ski-mask, witnesses said the robber walked into the bank with a .38-calibre pistol and ordered everybody into the middle of the floor. He fired a shot over bank-manager Melviii -Lynds' head and told him and a cashier to open the vault, threatening to shoot them if they didn't hurry up-After putting the money into a black satchel, the robber, described as six feet tall and 155-160 pounds, left the bank and got into a 1954 Chrysler driven by another PINCHER CREEK SI. MICHAEL'S R.C. S.D. NO. 13 Applications arc Inviled for Ihe posrlion of SALE GOING CAFE AND Iliree bedroom home in growing town easl of Billings. Interested parly R E. Haumgardner, Box 111, Hunt-ley, Montana 59037. CARETAKER MAINTENANCE MAN For St. Michael's School Contract inlormsJion Is available at Ihe school board office. Sealed offers la be submilled lo Box UaO, Pincher Creek by September 2B, IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF Career opportunity os representative for one of Canada's most progressive lite insurance companies. The man we seek Is probably married and doing well at hi; present [ob, yet Is some-whal impatient with his progress. While applicant need no! have life insurance experience he will need ambilion, SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 1.2 Requires Immediately One leachcr for Jr. High Language, Art, end Science at Ihe HARRY COL-LINGE HIGH SCHOOL, HINTON. Please write Including references or superintendent reoort or telephone 1-723-1471. B. A. CHANDLER SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS YELLOWHEAD SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 1! BOX 1570 ALBERTA SIGNED: MRS. A. E. SOUCY, SECRETARY TREASURER, BOX 1-150, PINCHER CREEK as well as himself. Previous sales experience helpful. To this man we offer a permanent position, un-timlled earning potential and Ihe independence of his own business. UNITED MOTORS LTD. REQUIRES TWO SALESMEN We offer higher than usual renumeration plus all other company benefils. You can start immediately and take advantage of our busiest season during ihe introduction of new 1971 mode! Cars, Trailers, Mobile Homes, Jeep Trucks. For interview appointment Call Joe Tarnava Sales Manager 0 system. Opportunity fo move Into mflnagement as soon as qualified. Slock option plan available to all representatives. Send resume to Box 97, _ rh-bridge Herald. LOANS AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial proper lies. anj ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest rates a variable. First and second m or to ages. Seeks Purchase Of Property TAEBR (HNS) The coincidence of the passing of summer and damage to Taber's sewer outfall over the past four years is just coincidence. Town superintendent Bent Madsen told the town council that for some undetermined reason, a bank of a partially filled sewer lagoon had given way overnight, resulting in overflow of wastes into an adjoining pond. Council decided Uiat steps should now be taken to purchase 15 to 18 acres of land on which the town holds option, to secure use of three strip mine excavations on the property. Last fall, Uie screen house feeding the under-river syphon was washed out, and in the two previous falls, the main under-ground sewer line failed under irrigated sandy soil. In connection with last year's failure, council acceded to a request of Macdonald's Consolidated for an itemized statement of the costs involved in repairing the damage to the screen house which the town expects to recover from the firm, parent of Cornwall Canning Company OF THANKS SUPLVA I wish to thank all my friends for gifts, the nurses of St. Michael's Hospital and Bros. Nick Supina. 7700 MONEY Unlock the equity in your home with a homeowner loan of SI 600 TO OR MORE also purchase existing Mortgages for CAC Realty Limited COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 328-2381 MUSIC TUITION OH GUITAR. Fred Kane. Phone 337-3897. INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS -equlres ropreseniallve PART-TIME for Lelhbridge area Apollcanr must have good educalion, lability In urea and own car-Send short resume to: Mr. T. G. Willcock, M70-1075 West Georgia SI. Vancouver 5, MUSIC TEACHER requires students. Phone 327-1208 or call al 435 13th SI. C H. FOSTER Funeral service for Robert Foster, beloved husband of Mrs. Leona Foster of 1802 JOth Ave. S. who died in the city Sunday Sept. 20, 1970, at the age of 77 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23 1970, in the 10th Ave. LDS Chapel with Bishop Ther-on Sommerfeldt officiating. Honorary pallbearers were John Pelham, Walter Rocken-bach, Alvin Nate, Ron Treiber, Jack Head and Les Pela. Active pallbearers were Jim We-theralt, Byron Nilsson, Dennis Nate, Willis Grover, Dwaine and Garry Hii-sche. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Chrislen-sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the LESSONS Conservalory of Lethbridge Prop. Vince Dilrich BRASS RFJE7S PERCUSSION ELECTRIC BASS GUITAR PIANO INDIVIDUAL OR CLASS LESSONS HOURLY OR MONTHLY RATES PHONE MEMORIAM MARTIN In loving memory of a loving mother and grandmother, Rose Ann Martin, who passed away September 24, I960. Deep in our hearts she will always stay, Loved and remembered every day. Kyoto and family. on this lacy cape for a touch of warmth and grace. Pineapple crochet creates deep border drama.. Chrcchet cape with flattering shawl collar of 3 ply fingering yarn. Pattern 7249: sizes 36-38; 4tH2; 44-46 included. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling lo THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD [leaders Mail Limited 50 Front Street West Toronto 1, Last To Die LOS ANGELES (AP) "Sharon Tate was the last to die because she had to watch the others die a witness at the Tate murder trial told UK jury Wednesday. Barbara Hoyt, 18, said slie heard defendant Susan Atkins say this a month the blonde actress and four visitors to her home were slain. Miss Hoyt a former member of Charles Manson's hippie-style family, said she overheard Miss Atkins wliile the family was living at a ranch in Death Valley in September, 1969. Miss Tate aw1 the others were slain in August, Slie said Miss Atkins, 21, known to the c.'an as "Sadie" was in the kitchen talking to an-other member Rulh Ann More-house. 18, not charged in Uie case. Miss Hoyt said she heard these remarks by Miss Atkins: "Sire said that Sharon Tate came out and slie said, 'What's going on or something like thai and Sadie said, 'Shut up, woman.' And she said Sharon Tale was the last to die because sha had to watch the others die first." SEWING AND ALTERATIONS. PHONE RAVEN 9lh SI. H. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, modelling and repairs, phone GOVERNMENT OF CANADA GENERAL FOREMAN UTILITIES (Sewer) per hour Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Banff Naliona AND ALTERATIONS In my 'own home, reasonable. Phone 328-2751. Completes Evidence CALGARY (CP) The PATIOS, CE M E N T FLOORS, RENOVATIONS, RUMPUS ROOMS. FOS ESTIMATES CALL OR LOST AND ONE MALE DALMATION Calgary licence tag. Phone 327-0970, BUILDING, CEMENT work and sluccolnq. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, -1020 7lh Ave. S. Phone 327.6482. ONE RED WHITE-FACED calf. Approximately JOQ Ibs, Two miles w 3 s 1 [TIP J Diamond City. Brand on 1 right rib. Phone Sam Cook, IflWH 327-9015. WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd Phone 327-6B34. supervision of and laborers involved in the construction, maintenance and operation of all sewer systems, Experience or Iralning necessary I n Ihe supervision of a work force. DRIVES AND WALKS RE-modelling, and rumpus rooms. Phone 3J5-J6EJ. REWARD FOR INFORMATION hading to Ihe recovery of one FENCE Clinton E. Brown, Cardsron. OF SITE AND BUILDING OLD BLAIRMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Tenders witl be received By the undersigned until p.m. Friday, October P, 1970 on bulldlnq and site wh th comprises lots 1 to 20 inclusive, bock 13, plan 33191, Blairmore. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. AlbliiaH, Secret.iry-TrpasL'rcr Pass School Division Mo. 63, Blalrmore, Alberta. finished presenting evidence in the trial of 13 men jointly charged with non-capital murder, but not before crown identified 12 of the accused as being at Ihe scene of the slaying March 7. The Alberta Supreme Court trial was lold that several of those on a rural road southeast of the city were carrying either pipes, chains or wlu'ps. Three of the witnesses said they saw Ronald Lambert Em-keit, 24, of Calgary hit Ronald George Hartley with a lenglh of chain shortly before Ihe 23-year-old president of Ihe Out-casls Motorcycle Club died. Annette Berthelot and Mona lYiixcl, two teenage girls who ntelmled whal was planned as a parly, said they saw Em-keil. a mcmter of the Grim Reajiers Motorcycle Club, hil Hartley with the chain. Their testimony coincided with that given Tuesday by Mrs. Bonnie "lartley, widow of the slain motorcyclist. She also testified thai Bruce Agate, 25, of Calgary struck her husband with a whip. The 11-man jury was also told that RCMP seized whips at homes of three of the accused when arrests were made ia Hie Ho. 70-17B-IAND-PBF-1GO. Apply immediately to: Canada Manpower Centre 1123 Strest S.W., Calgary, Alberla Interior, painting city or eoun.ry. Japanese painter. Phone 327 8731, evenings. Costs Of Taber TABER (IINS) Transportation costs for school students resident in Taber who are provided bus service by Taber School Division No. 6 will be :hc subject of a meeting being called by the town council Meeting Department of Education transportation grants are not available unless students live at least 1.5 miles from school which is not the case in the circumstances here. A noon shuttle service is expected to be discussed at Uie forthcoming meeting. The town council approved a "mini-paving" program for this fall, involving Uie hard surfac-ng of the school bus turn-about at St. Patrick's school which becomes deeply rutted from bus traffic. Council agreed that expense at maintaining a suitable gravel surface during the two years before a general paving program would likely fqual the estimated cost ol the job [his year. Close financing limited the paving to a bare minimum this WEDDING CAKES. S35 aid up. Free delivery. Phone K6-3-J57, DRYWALL CO. LTD. Resldenllal commercial. Textured ceilings, Gyproc vinyl board. ete drywall nnd steel studs. Mhone 32B-4S62 anytime. OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP WRITE IN QUIR1ES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861. LETHSRIDGE, EXPERIENCED PLANT OPERATORS AND 5TFAM ENGINEERS Positions erf. ot our Waler-ton Gas Processing Plant located near Pincher Creek, Alberla. Level or Inl-Mal positions be determined by pest experience. Future advancemcnl will bo based on merit. Candidates should have a minimum ol cne year experience in gas plan! processing and be the holder of al Icosf nn Alberta Fourth Class apc' should wile slating qualifications and oxpsrlenc'? lo: SHELL CANADA LIMITED P.O, Box 1088 Pincher Creek, Alta, Attention: Mr. M. J. STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, tree estimates. Phone INFORMATION Direction in areas of Heallh, Welfare and Recreation. Phone 327-7323, Iff a.m. 4 p.m. SCREEN AND STORM A'INDOWo AMD DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 32B-S7H5. ANONYMOUS AnvoriB a drinking problem. Phone or OF LETHBRIDGE TENDERS FOR ONE NEW SCHOOL BUS FOR TRANSIT DEPARTMENT APPROXIMATELY 66 PASSENGER TencWs clearly marked "Tender tcr School Bus" and addressed to Ihe office ot tho Purchasing Agcnl 21J 21st Street Norlh, Lethbridrje, Alberta will b- rrceivftd until P.M. M.S.T., October 7, 197ft. Trie tender (orm and specifications lo bidders may be obtained from the olflce of the Purchnslna Agent, 1M 31st Street North, Lclhbrldqe, Alborla. Tho or any lender not necessarily accepted. R. W. Masscn Acting Purchasing BACKHOE AND TRUCK Can dig driveways, trees, basements, oad and haul gravel and top soil. Phone 337-U13, belore 5 p.m. 327-3347, after 5 p.m. representatives of the livision's board and the separ-ite school board nre being in-vilcd. The meeting is being arranged resultant from council's discussion of an inquiry by Ihe Separate School Board into tire own's possible sharing of costs for south Tobcr students being moved to St. Mary's and St. Patrick's schools on the north side.. In past years, students have been moved by school division buses under agreement between the two school administrations, the entire cost being paid by tin: separate SERVICES AND TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone WANTED Tenders received by the undersigned lo supply and apply a jhecl metal sldlnrj lo o