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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THH IETHBRIDGE HERALD MALE FEMALE HELP Monday, 58, 1970 70 KC Bishops Ease more lenient in cranliiig dissolution of hopelessly broken marriages, marriages which investigation shows should not have been performed in the first place. It also disclosed thai priests will launch tough, new marriage preparation courses in an effort to prevent marriages that appear doomed from the outset. The church will reserve the right to refuse to conduct what it considers a "marriage marked for failure in advance." BECAME LEGISLATION The bishops blamed the high divorce rate on federal legislation which broadened the grounds for divorce and which established divorce courts in Quebec province for t he first time. They also blamed federal legislation which permitted civil marriages. The policy declaration fa the document applies only to the territory under the jurisdiction of Quebec bishops. Those in other provinces are free to adopt their own regulations. The document was made pub" lie at a news conference by Maurice .Cardinal Roy, Archbishop of Quebec and Primate of the ftoman Catholic Churci) in Canada. While the bishops stressed the positive steps aimed at making marriages permanent, a good deal of public attention focussed on the decision to ease mar-" riage annulments. Cardinal Roy made it clear that dissolution will be granted as a last resort when all efforts at conciliation have failed. The aim would be to lift the yoke from those trapped in a hopelessly broken marriage, but whose faith prevented them from seeking a divorce. DOESN'T FAVOR DIVOHCE The church has never approved of divorce. Roman Catholics who have obtained divorces may remain in the church, but are barred from remarrying and receiving sacraments. In cases of dissolution, the church considers the marriage never to have taken place. The separated couple remains within the church and may receive the sacraments. Either party or both can remarry if investigation shows that marriage to a new partner has a good chance of being permanent. A spokesman at the office of Archbishop Paul Gregore ol Montreal said there are two categories of annulments in the Roman Catholic Church apos- ROTTED MANURE AND GOOD top SOll (or sole.. 328-37B9. Births, Deaths, Funerals, f Cards Of Thanks, f Memoriams L TIM! Ai QUEBEC (CP) Roman Catholic bishops of Quebec province, alarmed at tlie increase in the number of divorces, marriage failures and broken homes, have launched a drive to try tu make marriage a truly indissoluble union of two Pern Saying that applications for divorce arc running at a rate of more than SCO a month in this predominantly Roman Catholic province, the bishops called on church authorities, state, social welfare organizations and individuals to help make the family a more durable M The views of the bishops on marriage problems were outlined in n -'Dcument made public following closed meetings at Quebec City Sept. 17-18. The document disclosed that the church in Quebec, which once dissolved marriages in the rarest of circumstances, will order cook. Apply In person to flic Lslhbrldge Hotel Collee Shop. HOTOTILLING. PHONE 328-7389. HELP REQUIRED BY LARGE HOTEL In Lethbridge. Walters for tavern, TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-7378 or handyman. Write Sox 106, Hfrald. AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phone 327-7398 or 327-2438. 61 TEACHERS FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, The Willow Creek School Division No. 28 Requires the JoHowinq fsachcrs with duties to commence October 1st, FORT MACLEOD -One Grade Seven English Half-Time Teachers CLARESHOLM -One Senior High English Plsose suDmM applications ant) cracien-flals lo: Mr. R. E. Congdon Secretary Treasurer Willow Creek School Division No. 28 Box 69, CLARESHOLM. ALBERTA C HARDWARE Phone 327-7046 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROIOTILLERS, POWER RAKES CHAIN SAW, ETC., WEBB Passii-j away on Saturday, September 20, 1970, Gordon Lewis Webb, aged 14 years of Twin Butte. Corn in Pincher Creek, he was a student at Matthew-Hallon High School at Pincher Creek. He is survived by his step-father and mother Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Prince of Twin Butte; one brother Walter; one sister, Eileen; two half brothers Darcy and Terry, all of Twin Butlc; his father Ralph Webb of Calgary; also his paternal grandparent Amy Webb of Victoria, B.C. The funeral service will be held in t'ne Pincher Creek United Church on Tuesday, at 2 p.m., with Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Interment in Faiuiew Cemetery. F u n e r al Arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd.. Pincher Creek. ULUICII Wednesday, Sept. 23. 1970, Laura Marguerite, aged 51 years, beloved wife of Arthur Ulrich, Champion. Tu-neral Mass wil be celebrated at St. Mary's Church, Champion, Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 10 a.m. I n t e r m e n t, Champion, Cemetery. V u 1 c a n Funeral Home in charge. Winds Batter Quebec MONTREAL (CP) Violent thunderstorms and winds up to 60 miles an hour tore eastward through Quebec early Sunday toppling trees, interrupting hydro service and tearing the roof from a Montreal church building. High winds ripped the roof from the St. Thomas Aquinas Church hall in the city's St. Henri district and sent it crashing into a neighboring backyard. Later, a 40-foot cross was uprooted in front of the church and hurled onto the adjacent property. No one was injured in either incident. A spokesman for Hydro-Quebec said electric power was disrupted repeatedly in the Montreal area, in some cases for up to 10 hours. NINE KILLED Nine persons wer? killed and another critically injured in a small community 90 miles southeast of Montreal, when two cars collided in heavy rains. Both cars tore Quebec licence plates. Tile dead and injured havfi not vet been identified. The Public Weather Office in Dorval, Que.. said Sunday's storm drooped up to one inch of rain in some parts of the province. A gradual clearing in most of the province and a return to better weather conditions was forecast for Drop In SAIGON (AP) Viet Cong rockets dropped on Hue, South Vietnam's old imperial Rockets City for the first time in almost two months as guerrillas tried to thwart the Saigon government's pacification program in five locations, a military spokesman said today. The U.S. command reported few attacks on Americans during the weekend, but five helicopters were lost at a cost of eight dead, two missing and four injured. One of the helicopters crashed in Cambodia. One of the three rockets that hit Hue struck a military hospital hut caused no casualties, the spokesman said. Only light damage was reported. It was the first disclosure that the United States is using helicopters to fly reconnaissance missions over Cambodia. Sources outside the command said some of the helicopters are equipped with electronic POULTRY AND ROASTING CHICKENS. PAN five-six Ibs. 36c per iu. Also fryers. Free delivery. Custom killing. Hellmulh Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-322J. PETS AND SIAMESE KITTENS. PHONE 327-1101 MEMORIAMS HOME WANTED FOR PART Siamese kittens No charge. Phone 326-8-197. BLACK COCKER pup. Spayed female, seven months Old. 326-3006. Kiliettes Install Heads COALDALE (HNS) Installation of officers for the 1970-71 term for the Coaldale Kinsmen Club and the Kincttes was the highlight of the recent ladies night sponsored by the Kinsmen Club. Charlie Price of Pincher Creek, Kinsmen's Deputy District Governor, officiated at the installation of officers ceremony. Installed as Kinette executive were: Mrs. Ivan Boras, president Mrs. Doug Ober, past-president; Mrs. Norman Ober, vice president; Mrs. Doug McCann, secretary; Mrs. Arnold Bodie, treasurer. Project chairman is Mrs. Gailen Neville. Mrs. Peter G. Martens is the social committee chairman. Bulletin editor is Mrs. Jack Bond. Mrs. Wayne McLcnnan is in charge of publicity. The Kinettes operate as assistants to the Coaldale Kinsmen Club. Doug Ober was officially installed as president for the Coaldale Kinsmen Club. Other officers for the new season are: Peter G. Martens, past-president; Wayne McLennan, vice-president; Arnold Bodie, secretary and Gailen Neville, the treasurer. Directors include Curt Campbell, Ed Richards and Don DACHSHUNDS FOR sale. IBQ-i 2nd Ave. N. Phone- 327-6067. 62 EDUCATIONAL AIREDALE TERRIER. Obedience trained. Phone 345-4574. FINISH HIGH SCHOOL A 7 HOME. Canada's leading school National Co leg0, 424 ith Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alfa. Phone 249-3322. CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE adorable pets and would llhe to find a homo. 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Call 328-3-123, after 5 p.m. In loving memory of a dear husband, David Gardner Rose, who passed away September 28, 1967. 1 have only your memory dear husband, To remember my whole life through, But the sweetness will linger forever As I treasure the image o f you. -Lovingly remembered b y his wife Ivie. H f? BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE Thousands are earning good money In Ihe growing Held of professional Income, tax service. Now, H and R Block Canada's Largest Income Tax Service will teach you to prepare income fax returns in a special 12 week tuition course. Classes convenienfly scheduled to accommodate students and housewives. Curriculum includes practice problems, supervised by experienced Block instructors. Enrollment is open to all ages. No previous Iraining or exoerience required. CLASSES START TUES., SEPTEMBER 29th CALL NOW! 327-3712 DAYS, 327-8126 EVENINGS. (TOKA1UUK) Passed away suddenly in the city on Sunday, September 27, 1970, George Frederick, at the age of 47 years, beloved husband of Julia Gresl Trent of 1105 IB Steet 'A' North. Born in Lethbridge, the late Mr. Trent was educated at the L.C.I., and served with the Canadian Army in the Second World War. He was a member of the Canadian Legion, IOOF and the Miner's Library. B e-sides his loving wife, Julia, he is survived by one son, Douglas George Trent of Edmonton, and one daughter, Laura Diane at home; two brothers, Alex and Steve Tokariuk of tile city. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday al 11 a.m. in the "Memorial Chapel" 703 13 Street North, with Rev. Father G. Marion officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ld., Directors of Funeral Service. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES For rent Service station and shop. Shell Station in Cranford. Phone 223-8260. RESTAURANT IN GOOD LOC-ation. Approximately net Income per year. Cheap (or cash or will take trade. Box 35, Herald. SALE GOING CAFE AND three bedroom home in growing town east of Billings, interested party write R. E. Baumgardner, Box 111, Hunt-ley, Montana Walkathon Raises NATAL, B.C. (HNS1) The Ladies Auxiliary to the Michel-Natal Hospital recently held a highly successful walkathon. Two of the executive members of the auxiliary each had in excess of ?500 on their completion of the walk and both crossed the finish line. Mrs. Margaret Sofko and Mrs. Alex Walker, both of Natal, raised between them a total of There were H other walkers in the event which raised a total of for the auxiliary. Eddie Northey of Sparwood was first across the finish line in an attempt to beat his previous record of one hour and 35 minutes for the 10-mile walk. Second to cross the finish line was a visitor to the community, son of Mr. W. Nesbitt, former manager of the Elk Valley Trailer Court. The walkathon held was sponsored by the district's Ladies Hospital Auxiliary and undertaken from Hosmer to Spanvood, a distance of 10 miles. Proceeds raised from Ihe walkathon will go towards the purchase of new equipment for the Michel TO MAKE to over this winter! The Pincher Creek Curling Club will be leasing out the cuncessions in the curling rink Phone 627-3945 or Box 159, Pincher Creek. HAND STORE, WITH OR without stock. PHONE 345-3534 OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE M.L.S. LISTING New Opportunity Write for1 FREE career you how to train at home for top pay-Ing fobs. Check career Architecture Cost Accountancy Programming Management career and Writing careers School Diploma ENGINEERING CAREERS CIvIJ study Design Slruchiral Drafting Careers CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY Room 36 263 Adelaide St. Wesi Toronto, EXCELLENT LOCATIONS FOR Marshall Wells Franchise stores to be opened by the year-end. Capital to handle Financial assistance and training available to right parties. For further information contact A. WRIGHT30N, DEVELOPMENT MANAGER P.O. BOX 9100 CALGARY, ALBERTA In loving memory of mother, Mary Florence Ritchie, who passed away on September 23, 1969. Ever remembered ever loved. Marie and Phyllis and their families. The county of Vulcan No. 2 inviles quotations on 5 tandem gravel irucks with 10 to 17 yard Srantford boxes 25-ton hoist and P.T.O. Specifications may be obtained from the undersigned. Quotations should be submitted by Tuesday, October 13, K. H. Gatenby Secretary-Treasurer County of Vulcan No. Vulcan, Albertd Monies Inducted At Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) Hev. John Moules was recently inducted as minister in the Chinook Co-operative Parish at the Coaldale United Church, (which is included in the Cvril Noble of Iron Springs, chairman of the official parish board, was in charge. He welcomed the guests and presented Rev. Moules for induction. The induction ceremony was conducted hv Rev. Cecil H. Camochan -of Cardston. Dr. James Oshiro of Coal-dale extended a welcome to the ccngreeation present. Tlie parish area encompasses towns east to Chin, west to Lethbridge, south to Del Bonita includ i n g Raymond, Cardston and to Ihe north the congregations of Picture Butte. Iron Springs, Turin, Barons, Noble-ford. Church leaders, representatives and .guests were present from points surrounding the parish. They came from Lethbridge, Taber, Scaridia and other points. Rev. Anton Stanislav, Rev. Cecil Carncchan and Rev. Jchn Moules are the ministers serving in the Chinook Co-operative Parish. The senior choir sang for the occasion. The United Church Women. Eva G r e e r Group, served lunch-Rev, and Mrs. Monies and their two children have taken up residence in the manse at Coaldale. Prior to his Coaldale -.-all, Rev. Moules ministered in Hanna, Milk River and In loving memory of a dear son and brother, David Gardner Rose, who passed away September 28, 1967. Three lonely years have passed away since our great sorrow fell, The shock that we that day, we still remember well. Our hearts still ache with sadness, our secret tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you. no one will know. When we are sad and lonely, and everything goes wrong, We seem to hear you whisper, "Cheer up and carry DAIRY BAR RESTAU-rant In progressive and rapidly grow-ng southern Alberta town. Year-round business features Drive-in, Walk-up, and Walk-in with seating for 20; large parking area; excellent location And doing thriving business. Reasonably priced with' ferms available. Address further details please phone 627-3050 or 627-4232 or write Box 232, Pincher Creek, Alberta. Study Manners October 4 TABER (HNS) Dog ob.edi-ence classes under the sponsorship of the Taher recreation board will commence at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4, in the civic recreation building. The classes will be instructed by Hugh Reid. Registrations may be made at Mr. Reid's office or at the recreation office, Taber administration building. Owners will provide, choke chains, and the sponsors will supply the leash for each dog hi and formal. The apostolic annulment can only be granted by Rome and covers only cases of non-consummation of marriage and cases when one or both partners were not of the Roman Catholic faith at the time of marriage and lied about it. Formal annulments are granted in cases where there was a "defect" at the time marriage mental illness, incapability of assuming responsibilities, mental defect or some such which made one or both partners unable to understand they were getting married. Formal cases are heard by a diocesan tribunal, which can accept or reject the petition. If it grants the annulment, its decision is reviewed by a second court. If the two courts disagree, the petitioners then can apply to the Vatican. EESTS WITH COUPLE The new opening for allowing annulment in marriage lies in the doctrine of indissolubility which the document says is a necessary part of marriage, but which rests in the hands of the couple. It says that if the necessary requirement of the spirit of indissolubility is not present at. the marriage, the marriage will be considered never to have existed and an annulment will thus be granted. Some persons lacking this necessary requirement will be refused permission to marry. Texaca Canada Limited requires a lessee-dealer for a Ihree-bay service station in the Town of Raymond. The station Is at the intersection of the main street and Highway No. 52 from the Coutts lo. Waterton. Good earning potential sxists for the right operator. Please reply in writing, giving age, experience and flnancifl status to Box 103, Lethbridge Herald. 63 MUSIC io supply and apply a sheet metal siding to a 45 ft. grain e evafor. Approximately sq. ft. Also includes boxina in of trie ea.'es. Sheeting musl be applied in a manner to allow for minor expansions and contractions of side Please state price of colored aluminum, galvanized sheer metal and plan aluminum in each tender. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Work to slart immediately. Way be seen six miles north and wo miles west of Turin. Sundial Valley Forms Ltd. Dean Oseen Box 120, Turin, Alberla Phone 737-2184 PRIVATE TUITION ON GUITAR. Fred Kane. Phone 327-8897. EXPERIENCED MUSIC TEACHER requires students. Phone 327-1208 or call at 635 12th St. C N. MUSIC LESSONS Conservatory of Lethbridge Prop. Vihce Ditrich BRASS REECS PERCUSSION ELECTRIC BASS GUITAR PIANO INDIVIDUAL OR CLASS LESSONS HOURLY OR MONTHLY RATES PHONE 327-1790 LOANS and Bill Sherman and family; Jean and Chuck Thomas and family; Hector and Donna Hose Jr. and family. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone The widest facility available. .Ye consider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. Bylaw Unacceptable To Minister NATAL B C (HNS) TENDER FOR SALE OF ONE PRECIPITRON UNIT Sealed Tenders, clearly marked on the outside of Ihe envelope "Sale of Precipitron Unit" will be received al the office of the purchasing agent, puchasing and stores department, 214 31st Street North, Lethbridge, Alberts, up to o'clock p.m., M.S.T., Monday, October 15, 1970. The prescipition unit consists of 1 centrigugal fan capacity CFM at 2-0" stat c pressure, 1 Westinghousc The preclptron unit consists of 1 centrifugal Ian capacity CFM precipitron. Bids will be accepted on the com-p ete unit, or on each component part to be on an "as is, where Is" basis. For furlher information and inspection of unit, please contact the purchasing and stores department, 214 31 Street North, Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 337-3IB3. The highest or any tender not neces-sar ly accepted. R. W. Massort Acting Purchasing Agent. S82 65 LOST AND New! Layer look long vest over skirts and pants! JIFFY trio! Crochet snazzy vest, scarf, hat in fluffy puff stitch using knitting worsted. No. 8 plastic hook. Pattern 7436: scarf, vest. NEW sizes 10-16 incl. Cap, S, M. L incl. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to: TOE LETHBRIDGB HERALD Readers Mail Limited 00 Front Street West Toronto 1, LOST REWARD FOR from football park Sunday. 327-J071 BUILDING? NEED A carpenter? Town or country. Phone 328-2439. LOST ONE RED WHITE-FACED MHMB heifer calf. Approximately Ibs. miles west Diamond City. Brand art right rib. Phone Sam Cook, 377-9015. Supper October 16 At Enchant ENCHANT (HNS) The Ladies Community Association held its September meeting in ths hall kitchen with Mrs. Gil-lespie calling the meeting to order. The roll call was answered by ]0 members. Plans for the annual chicken supper were made and they will lie selling tickets on a tome-made quilt- The draw will be the night on the supper, Oct. 16. The hostess gifts went to Mrs. Gillespie and Mrs. Nimsick, MLA, has returned from Victoria, B.C., where in an interview with the Minister of Municipal Affairs, Dan Campbell he learned that the proposed zoning bylaw for the Slk Valley as presently- constituted is not suitable for the sparcely populated Elk Valley and the proposal would not be acceptable to Mr. Campbell's department. The EUc Valley Land Protective Association was quick to Follow up on the news by calling a meeting to discuss the zoning needs of members of the association. Mr. Nimsick also reported that the minister of municipal affairs is also arranging to have a representative to check-on the question of eviction of wople in RAVEN 1329 9m St. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. PATIOS, CE M E N T FLOORS, RENOVATIONS, RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 328-8572 OR 327-3284. 64 STYROFOAAA WEDDING CAKES. 535 aid up. Free delivery. Phone M6-3457, Msgrath. BUILDING, CEMENT work- and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. RIDE NEEDED! STUDENT RE-turning to Salt Lake. Share driving and expenses. Phone 327-o397. WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd fobs. Phone 327-6834. AN INFORMATION REFERRAL Centre A.I.D. Advice, Information and Direction in areas of Health, Welfare and Recreation. Phone 327-7323, 10 a.m. 4 p.m. DRIVES AND WALKS. Remodelling, and rumpus rooms. Phone 345-4664." FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX S61, '.ETHBRIDGE, FENCE BUILDING and driveways. Free estimates. Phone 327-8417. Interior, exlenor painting clly or country. Japanese painter. Phone 327-3721, evenings. Fund COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Kinsmen Club reports has been collected from the Kin-Trek to date. The event was held in May to raise funds for the Kinsmen-In-Trust Fund (towards swimming pool facilities in Coal-dale.) It is hopal to collect another A total of was pledged. Til is figure would be the amount realized if everyone participating had walked the entire distance and also if they collected all their pledges. But such is not the case. PROVINCE OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone a tfrinWno oroblsm. Pfrc-ne .157-3049 or 328-3246, afar DRYWALL CO. Gyproc vinyl board. Complete drywali and steel studs. Phone 326-6562 anytime. HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED. TENDERS will be received by undarsignnd up to o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Friday, October 9, 1970, for the conslruction of Ihe fo lowing work: Highway 11. E. of Point to W. of Windy Point Mile 126.17 to Mile 138.il Grading, Gravel Surfacing and Other Work 1 Approximate Quantities, Cubic Yards of Excavation, Cubic Yards of Gravel. Contract and Specifications may bs obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Enqineer, Highways Building, Edmonton. Alberta, the office of the 0 strict Engineer. 1707 Sixth Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the Distr ct Engineer, Administra-tion Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, and w II be ava table only to individuals registered and operating in 'he Province oi Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business in the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty Five Dollars payable ,Io the ncial Treasurer, will bo required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications tafcen. Each hid musf he flc- j by a marked cheoue or 1 bond to W-. of Tondor, Tenders] will fce opoirxf in public. The lowest nr any Tender not necessarily accept-' fd. i L H. McWANUS j Deputy Minister of Hignwoys and j Stabbing Of Union Boss MONTREAL (CP) Provincial Police homicide detectives are investigating the stabbing death of a Montreal union leader. Tlie Ixxly of Andre Lahaise, 32, was found in a ditch in an minhabited section of the south shcrc community of St. Basile-le-Grand. He had been missing since Sept. 22. The victim was the president of the unionized employees of Benson and Hedges Ltd. He was found by workmen and a provincial police spokesman said he had been dead for about two days with 14 stab wounds in the face, neck and unpcr chcsl. Police are still trying to locate his car. also missing since Sept. Test 67 SERVICES AND STE1NER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 337-3286. Bazaar BLAiRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore Circls of Service discussed plans for the United Church Halloween Tea and Bazaar to be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Oct. 31. The event will feature novelty tables, home baking and sale of fancy DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 23, collapsed after downing 77 seven-ounce glasses of beer Saturday and died in his car. He was trying to set a world beer-drinking record. Several New Zealanders recently claimed the record. A week ago Mark Godinett, 29, drank 104 seven-ounce glasses in SCREEN AND STORM AND DOORS, FReE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. SOUTHERN 5TA.MP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dsters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233-2nd Ave. S. Phone BACKHOE AND TRUCK Can' dig driveways, 'roes, basements, load and haul gravel and top soil. Phone 327-1413, before 5 p.m. 327-3347, after 5 p.m. GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO machines, competen! adjustments to all other makes. Free home estimate. Phone 327-2243. Sinqsr Co. of Canada, College Mall, r. MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. 5ER-vkfci on all roafces of and automatic or conventional. Also Ell small appliances, lawn irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No fob foo large or too small. LETH-SRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. 3. Phone 327-JJ5S. BY TENDER Tenders will be received until cfi Saturrtay, October 3, 1970 for the purchase of "Tho Ranch centrally located on the nnrth side of 24th Street. (mnin street) Fort Trie building is single story, concrete block wilii ornamental br ck and glass front. Size ii.5' 37' -4045 sq. ft. A terrified .ihoque In amount of of the entlfir is to accompany eacti bid. Highest fender ret neceiSGrtly accepted. Mail an bids to Earl Sponnoii. Box 543, Fort Macleod, Alberta. I Please mark envnlopg for j Building." Wa MAGRATH (HNS) Keen interest in Kindergarten was shown at a recent meeting of 20 interested parents. Mrs. Watson Riric was named president with Mrs. Gaelund Pilling as rice-president and Mrs. Jerry Malmberg of Spring Ririe lee as secretary'. The organization is planning for classes to start October 1st. Mrs. Lorenzo Davies has accepted teacher's position and will hold class in the mornings four days a wuek, Monday thru Elected Teachers at Elementary School have been very co-operative and arranged for a classroom behind tte stage in tlie gymnasium. Registration will star! Tuesday, Sept. 29, at school, 70 FOR SALE PEAT MOSS, ALL ilies. Apply Dan'; Greenhouse, Lethe-ridge. P.EftT Garden tractor.', hedgs Irlmmer fertilizer spreatjcr--lawr, aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT 816 Ave. S., Phcne ;