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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 43 TRAILERS KM FtMME HftP MAU-RMA1I HttP PCTS AND MjmWS OR PART T.WE HELP wa-.lfd. Apply In person Clclhinj. I12-1U 5th St. S. No phone call plnst. SIAMESE KITTENS, for sale. Phone nn I EIGHT FT. ALASXAN CAMPER. EX-Cl'.'Bil APPly FIRM REOUIRES CANVAS-S4TI. No necessary, no selling of any product involved. Reply to vtfitlng to 17. Herald. TWO REO'D. BOSTM TERRIERS. Championship dock. Pfwne Kt-rW. CrW Inlormalion Box bridge, Ont. 45 AUTOS UNIT IN Uterton Park. StS.OOt handle. >alance easy terms. WILL PAY CASH FOR GOOD USED cars arwJ trucVs. and Country Motors, HIGH SCHOOL AT HOWE. Canada's leading school. National BUSINESS REQUIRES PART-TIME HELP (HALF SOME BOOKKEEPING AND TYPING EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. BOX 43, HER. AID. MONEY MAKER ones' Rug. Gross sales over 100.000. Immedlale possession. One ear let! on lease. Shoppers' World, ct Fast. CANADA TRUST REAL ESTATE PHONE 327-8581. 47 LIVESTOCK CAREERS MEN AND WOMEN -I.B.M. Key Punch Machine HORSES WANTED ALL IYPES ?nd sires. ALSASK PROCESSORS. -Wj Phoc.e JJB-MII. DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF crjrSe. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING pnore LelhbriJge, 25MS67 WANTED STOCK COWS CjN shares. Phone S3J-5II7, Fort MALE HELP Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS WAITER. PART OR lul-lime. Night shift. Apply Shanghai Chop S-jey, after p.m. Operating and Programming Mechanical and Architectural A High school Diploma is no) su 1 cTent to meet the Demands of Industry Today, you MUST SPECIALIZE We offer in CLASS and HANDS 0 TOTAL IMMERSION Trainings "T supply lob trained personnel for dustry." A free aptitude test and consultation by one of our Counsellors may sta you on a desirable career. If. you are accepted for enrollment we off excellent sludenl loans and placemen assistance. For. information, visit or Mckay WANTED M to 30 HEAD STCKK COM. Cash or cash share. Wrile Box T139, Enchant. LOANS t FARV.ER CUSTOM KlU-ING processing. Wholesale meal and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Pr.jr.e 337.WS. oart-tlme help. Apply In -Pro-Shop. Henderson Lake GoH AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1R7 College Mall Phone 3H-333I. The facility 'avenue. .We con sider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans 75, one of the Soviet Union's heroes of the Second World War. Nancy Price, 90, an actress with one o( the longest careers in the history of the British theatre. Flrsl class lourneyman .welder wth pipe experience. Apply Mr. D. LlTh am, Wesfern Canadian Seed processors Ltd 47A LIVESTOCK STANDING AT cr.eslnuf pedisreed Tenr.essee walking s.allion. at, '3rd St. S. Phone 318-3111 cash cr horse feed. WANTED Trained cr part-larined offset printei for B.C. weekly and shop. Apply Fernie Free Press o see your Canada STEINER CEMEHT WORK oid dug, water proofing. Irv suretf, fret estimates. Phont 3Z743W. NOTICES 49 MACHINERY TILE, CEMENT Anc'enon ind Sorenson Constructron lOIti TTh Ave. S. Prwvi 327-UC3. WANTED-CARBURETOR FOR US M.H. u Special, h.p. Phone TO CREDITORS Christmsen Sal- day, April 1, SI. Au Heine Ltd., DI-1 gusiine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber, v.ith Rev. Burke UK celebrant. Pall- bearers were Dwane Reber Verle Warren, Joseph Ell, Ivan Raber, William Henderson and Elmer Raber. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge at the GRAHAM Word has been Coaldalc. Funeral services were having been a partner Graham and Hodgson farm machine business until 1955 when he moved to Edmonton Mr. Graham was active in the volunteer lire brigade, the Coal dale Curling Cluh and other community organizations. He is the son of former mayor the late J. M. Graham; Ihe I is survived by his wife Donee Edmonton and a daugh- IN MEMOR1AMS GINGRICH In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, lather nod graodfathtr, who passed away April 2, 19M. Not till the loom is silent, And the shuttles cease to fly Will God unfold the canvas And explain the reason why. remembered by his wife and family. KNAUFT loviiig memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Catherine Kaauft who passed away April 2, 1967 In tears we saw you sinking We watched you fade away Our hearts were almost broken You fought so hard to slay God knew- that you wen suffering, That the hills were hard I climb, We lived in hope and prayec in vain That God would make ycxi well again. But someday He will tell i why He broke our hearts and li you die. remembered and sad missed by Louis, Wilbir Amy and Linda. IN MEMORIAMS TO.MSIC In loving memory George Tomsic, husband, Uier and grandfather, who passed away April 2nd, Like falling leaves the yecn pass by, But love and memories die. Precious forever, art mem- ories of you Today, tomorrow and ill remembered by hii loving wife and all the family. Kit NAGY In loving meflnrj of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Andrew, who paw- ed away April 2, 1964. They say that time will the pain and help IB to forget, But lime so far has shown, how much we you yet. We miss your smile, your voice, your talk, The things you used to, We miss the happy Bmes had, But mostly we miss you. remembered and ever loved by wife Margaret md family. MM days. NEED .CASH FOR SPRING? Consign your strplus faim rnacninery new. Cash paid when machinery leaves cur lot. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES cocrts Highway Phone 327-3165 Centre. 10012 107 ST; EDMONTON, ALBERTA COOP INSURANCE IS EXPAKDIKG its operation In southern Alberta We need full-time representatives to service our clients in the smaller towns around Lethbridge. If YOU are interested En career with us, rtione 321-iOa cr. droo into our office in lor further ir.formalion. 63 MUSIC TEACHERS ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTI- MATES. JONES ROOFING. 3M-57IS. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND milntenance Bob AtMOd, I90J. Uh Ave. S. HALF TON WILL TRAVEL FOR fall cleanup and garbage hauled. ARTICLES SEWING SERVICES RAMBLER. ONE OF WANTED ROUND OAK TABLE, and Southern Alberta's biggesl nooile home and trailer seller, AND ALTERATIONS hone 32I-2W. Reasonable rates. 4C2HJA TWIN STROLLER, IN 5000 COND OT-Wi. We offer highest renumeration of all n the city plus other company bene-its. Experience not necessary, M will train you. wt ask h sincere desire to succeed on YotT part and to work. Call Joe sales manager, at 327-2105 for appointment interview as soon ai possible. MAKING ALTERATIONS Ind sorrM coverings. Phone POOL TABLE WANTED. SIZE klale lap. Phone 223-WJO, Tiber. DRESSMAKING AND ALTER-tkns and 'drapery, ptwne 345-4312. II9I-7 WANTED RETREAOABLE TIRE casinjs. FOR CASH. North Lethbrlrige Mo-Tirel 327-3111. PERSONAL WANTED IMMEDIATELY For one of the Mgoert hatcherln In vrestern Canada. Musi be married man, must have grade 1? education or better, must be able to travel and be experienced in fields related to agriculture. Prefer man with selling .experience in southern AIDerla area. We offer the right man a greal future. All replies confidential. WRITE BOX i LE1HBRIDGE HERALD CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI-itors, batteries. Hlg'xst prices. Var. Mr 1 Iron Ltd., ted Ave. N. Phone 377-1291 CUP READING, TUESDAY trough Saturday, 3-9 p.m. at the Lotus nn Cafe. 9764-tth INFORMATION AND 01-ecllon centre A.I.D. A community service. Office hours 19 4 p.m. 337-7313. C6t91-A7 WANTEO-FIVE OR TA HORSE OUT-board motor, will tratie hew or ijed portable television. Phone the easy Slendor Reducing P an Way. Eat three satisfying meals a day. and sites. Al Thrift-way Drugs 'and Westminster Drugs. M45 HIGHEST PRICES FOR MelEls steel and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 130! Ave. S. Phone FRONT-END MAN Required to operate alignment mach'ne in Fernie, B.C. Salary plus commission for right person. WRITE BOX 43, HERAID OF PROBLEM DRIt'.X- THE SALVATION ARMY NEEDS: Good gsed clothing, particularly r.hl-dren's clclhing. This can be left al 411 1st Ave. S. or phone or for pickup service. INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE IN-OUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX Ul, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAN Only S15.CO per month Renl applies lo purchase price Mew or used HEINTZMAN PHONE 32a-26t3 SCRAP IRON Cooper Brass Radeon Bat-ttrlK Always paying iporr. NATIONAL SALVAffE CO. LTD. K6 3311 51. North General Motor Dealership in .the Kootenay requires two-three salesmen experienced in New anc Used Cars and Trucks. Salary plus commission. FulL fringe benefits Including M.S.A. and SicVness and Accident Group Insurance. Reply stating aoe, marital status and ex-perience lo SALES MANAGER: KAY MOTORS LTD. 2HO HIGHWAY DRV., TRAIL, B.C S3 FfMALE EMPIOYMENT ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone or after p.m. WILL BABY-SIT INFANT OR SVALL child In my hcme, Bonr.ieville d s-Iricl. 35I.93W. 54A LICENCED YOUR MARRIAGE PART NER AND YOU BE INTE8ESTEC IN PARTICIPATING IN A GROUf FOCUSING ON FAMILY LIFE BE GINNING APRIL ITH? IF FO FURTHER INFORMATION OR REG TRATICW CONTACT: THE LETH BRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE. PHON 317-5724. C 7087-3 KRAOLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Ctiildrpn, six lo six years. Phone COSTANZO'S DAY CARE CENTRE Phone SERVICES AND REPAIRS CJMMi Phone WEEPING TILE, CEMENT WORK, renovations, alterations. Phone 'J and J Custom CARD OF THANKS 1 HENDERSON 1 wish to express my sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses anri staff at AND CLAIMANTS Si. Michael's Hospital; also all in ihe Esiaie of WALTER JAMES my frieds and relatives who Agent By Day, Thief By Night BOXGE RAVEN .I5M frh ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus modelling and repairs. Phot" WILLIAMS. cT the Tcwn CT Ta ber, in Ihe Province of Alberla, Farm- er. deceased, 'who died on the llthl day cf October, A.D.; TAKE NOTICE: that persons hav- ing claims upon llw Es'ate d "the above named must with tht vn- dersigned Solicitors, by the 10th day of May, A.D., 1970, a lull statement cf their claims and cf -ecurilies held by them. PRITCHARD, H1GA AND BORAS Barristers and Solicitors 202 Professional B-.-lldlng 4th Avenue Sotfh Lerhbrkfee, Albertl. Solicitors for the Administratrix Elizabeth Ttertu Williams. and rarrli and Sent caros. Jane Henderson 9273 CARPENTER AND CEMENT WORK befixe Mower time. Phon; 317-Wl, after i p.m. H1C-3CA RUMPUS ROOMS AND suites. Phone 32M3U. BASEMENT US9-A1S CEMENT WORK, FENCES, GARAGES, Cisterns repaired, odd lobs. 327-H34 or Res. 317-7745. Phone ItH-tf PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER Tenders will be accepted for One .Motor Grader 'approximately llfl BMP 14' MoldBoard with and Wing. Specifications may be ob- tained by contacting Ihe underslsned. Tenders to be submitted not laler than 11 Noon, April 10, 1570. Lowest or my bid nol necoisariV accepted. lo be submitted lo R. W. Leooe, Secre- tary-Treasurer, M.D. cf Cardston No. 4, AS NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING IN CANADA GAZETTE AND LOCAL NEWSPAPER (SEC. 68 (3) AND (4) CARL ERIC PETERSON (SUMMARY ADMINISTRATION) Nolice is hereby given thai Car Efic Peterson an aislsmrent oo the fty of and lha Ihe firs) rneeirrtg of creditors will be he'd on the lfh diy of May. WO, o'cIocV: P.M: a1 tte crffrce of G. F. B-jtterwrck, the OffkUl Re- ceiver, it the Co-jrt House, In the City of Lelhbrldgt, in Province Al beria. DATED a! Calgary. Ihis 31st day of E. A. Davis, C. A., 7M Bentall Building Cstgary, Alberta 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED SPRING CLEAN UP All Vr-.iii cf jvr.k soflat'e. Phore 337-W1. iSW-ll BOY IS WILL DO BABYSITTING OR odd lobs for Ihe su.rcer. Phone m-mi. YOUNG fMN SINGLE, EXPE1- lenced with S.A.F.T. aaritulljre dip'oma wovld en firm to v. ;rk !o ooslUon w Box 91 DM 56 FARM HEIP WANTED" MAARIED r'AAN. EXPERIENCED Wiffi livestock and machinery, home and unities supplied. Tiifin Farms, P.O. Box Lerhbrtdqe. CMW-I MARRIED VAN FOR SPRINKLER irtfgaied farm. Prcfcrab'y ed 'MI t-sl and liveslocK fahlrg. So W-DDLE-AGED SlUGLE nun lo work on dry larvd be experienced wiffv tr.ach'nery aw driving frucks. Musi have relfrer.ei Good wajes. Box Herald. W71 WANTED MAN FO r k oo Farm, close to Ing cor'diliom, Canada Persian Plan and BI-JB C Modern home lo livt Hera'd, MARRIED FOR GENERA ranch work, rV.usl be irnu rr.ach'nery. Small fam1 only, be abi'airen. COOK or rrtn. sr.d sufp'icd. School b- to dooc, year-rcu--3 e.-rpioymer or v.Ti'e L. G. Box Mi, BOX NU.'.' 1 3 t 17 t? 33 101 1U .06 )J5 RFK REPLIES 01 M 31 41 O Ei >'J 147 ISO. have sn a'tracllve openlnq for ambitious rran experience Tn r, l ndustrlal or Home-1 m- ovement financing. commervsvrale jod training and advanceirenl op- or an lo career porluniiiei In our ff.t. Chris'-e at 33ViW7 TRADERS GROUP LIMITED TENDER Bidi will accepted for the supply at 7-tO requirements for Ihe year 1WO follows: 340 MlS. 80 OZ. 3-4D AmTrn WO gaU. 121 01. Blis fo be In trw the Sscre. Iiry-Treai'jfer, MJQ. of No. 6 by 1? noon April ID, 1979. Lowest or any bid nol necessarily cepted. R. W. Legce Seer eta ry-Trea surer, ff..D. (A Mo. Cardston, Alberta. TENDER OUTHEftN STAMf AND STENCIL lubber stamps, seaiSj ri, eic. Sarre-o'ay Service. 2nd Ave. S. Phcr.e 326-51M C6M4-1I MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. S 'icu on a') mafcts of washers and fryers, a'JciT.atic or convanlional. Al- so small moweri, vacuum cltaners, etc. No fobs 00 large or loo Small, LEIKBRiDGE APPLIANCES, S3S 3rd Ave. S. Phone C73 70 GARDENING LAWNS PUT IN. ODD JOBS ind Phone 317-6IO. Young Men Age 18-23 Years With fulure opportunities i icrne office and adminislra ive posilions. WE OFFER live year training program starling sa'ary -Paid holidays free lit( Insurant li'e insurance, pia and o'f-sr berelils. QUALIFICATIONS aailily 12 and mvsl be precared to For Further i.-fcrrraliori come in and c'scuss Ireie oc-poMunilies vvilh s'ore manager. S. S. KRESGE CO. LTD. 530 4th AVE. S. IETHBRIOGE, AlBERTA IS YOUR MOTOR MOWER READY spring? Service 1une-up, Tendtrj will be tccepted lor of Diesel Fuel Gas and Oil for lor the M.D, of Cardslfrfi S. Bidl lo be in Ihe of thf Secre'ary Treasurei1, M.D. Cardston No. 6 Cards'on, Alberll, by .2 noon, Apr! 15, 1970. LOV.UI or bid nal necessarily a cepted, PROVINCE OF AlBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Sale and Removal by Public Tender Sealed lenders will received at he office the Deputy Minister of llghtflys and Transport, Edmonton up to a.m., Friday, April 17, 970, lor sal? and rerr.ova! of buildings xaled on part of southwest quarter of Sec. known as' Otto Louks propeity (Husty Coal- ursl on Highway No. x with 10- x W ex- tension of Irarre and Stucco. Service Station 'V x it' x St'i framed A'UCCO, I'al built-up rocT. Posselliort ot buildings ff-af 1, TO BE SOLO AS IS AND MUST REMOVED FROM PROPERTY BY MAY 15, TO FACILITATE HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION. Cerlititd cheque for of full pur- Plant Rumor Spiked EDMONTON (CP) Mines Minister A. R. Patrick says the management of Great Cana- dian Oil Sands Ltd. is confident about UK future of the firm. Mr. Patrick, replying to Don Getty (PC Strathcona said he had not heard rurriors the company was for sale and that the rumor was causing havoc in Fort McMurray. The minister sakl lie met with company offici-is during the last three mon' and, in spite of recording a loss on operations last year, they were "confident they will eventually" "We had positive discussions with them and they indicated they, intend lo carry on." LOS ANGELES (AP) A man authorities say was an In- ternal Revenue Service inlellig- ence agent by day and a thief by night has been charged in what the FBf rated its biggest unsolved kidnap case. The accused, Ronald Lee Miller, 38, came within three days of escaping the three-year statute of limitations'alter which he couldn't be prosecuted tat the April 3, 1967, kidnap of Kenneth John Young. Miller was indicted yeslerday by the Los Angeles grand jury. The FBI says it used 300 agents into the case in all. But still mystery is the wherea- oouts of ransom that Herbert J. Young, president of Gibraltar. Savings and Loan As: socialion, paid for the safe re- turn of his son, Kenneth, DOW 14. Deputy District Attorney Richard W. Hecht says the ran- som, all in new bills, may be in a Swiss bank and the FBI "is looking into it." Miller was fired as an IRS agent after be was arrested last Oct. 10 and charged with rob- bing from a theatre and a market in suburban Alham- bra. Those robbery cases are still pending, and Miller was in jail -unable to post prenvjum for a 'security bond" for bail- when the FBI got a break in kidnap case. An alleged accom- plice implicated Miller, agents said. se prFce must accompany Full pur- lenoV. W.D. of Carditon f.o. Cardslon, Alberta. A7 accepted. In of lie frh cilice will consider alien. Bids lo be marked on oufside cf envelcpe "Tender for L. H. McMANUS Deputy Winister of Highways Traruooft. POOIE CONSTRUCTION IIMITED CONSTRUCTION MANAGER TO THE UNIVERSITY OF UTHBRIDGE EXTENDED TENDER CAll fcr electrical v.-ork lo Ire residence portion of lh: mw Ur.iver- sily cl Lelhbritfse Cs-ftpus will now be received until p.m. Mountain TREES TRIMMED AND ODD JOBS done. Phone 327-H3S. Time on Aoril 1', 1970, by PW? Llfrifed al the Si'e otrjce, West Lelhbridge, PO'OL'E CONSTRUCTIOII LIVITED, P.O. Box W, LETHBRIDGE, M FOR COMPLETE GARDENING AND Phone rii-UU.' FOR FULLY IHSURED TREE SUR-GEOM CUTTING, TRIWnlNO, ETC. SJt-SMJ OF FIRST MEETING IN CANADA GAZETTE AND LOCAL NEWSPAPER (SEC. 68 (3) AND (X) GILBERT EDGAR BORLE (SUMMARY ADMINISTRATION) Notice Is hereby given Inat Gilbert Edgar Borie made an asslgimenl on the day of March, 1970; and lha the first rreeUr.g of creditors will be held en the day of Way, 1973, a o'clocV P.M., the office cf Mr G. F. Billerwkk, Ihe Olliclal R( at the Court House. In Ihe City cf Lelhbrldje, In Provi-c( ol Al AREATIMO GARDEN roliti'.lir.g. Wile Bobak. TWO 23 FT. EVERGREEN TREES for sate. Easy to get aV ISO each. Phor.E 3JJ.7I35. YARDS CLEA'IEO, ODD JOBS DOME. basemenls cleared or what hive you. 71 POULTRY AND FRIERS, PAN READY-39C PER LB. Also heavy hens. H. DycV, Box Cealdalc. Phone CITY OF IETHBRIDGE NOTICE TO SUPPLIERS OF SEWAGE TREATMENT EQUIPMENT Sealed Tenders received 1he S'jpply of Ale O'.fFfjslcn Eq'jlpmcnl Blo-rvtvi for IM of lorth PJanT, Letn- iay be ihe Calgary Office tf Consul ling Engineer upon a de poiit cf SSO.CO In cheque made pay- ab'e lo Engineer, The dfposir vfill be refundaWe orovided ihe Are returned in cor-dHiwi M days afitr the receipt cf Tenders. are lo te addreiiftcf h iVr. T. L. Manager, Leih- Cilv Hall, Leihbfidgt, A'Mrta. rdcrs musi received id laier 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES REG'D. CVERUAM SHORT HAIR Pofnler pupi. Phtx-.e Oilerbcrg, K'4-t Dafcd a! Calgary, fhij Varch, E. A. Davli, C. A., 1M Bewail BuIMlng Calgary, Aibeni Alterta. Copies of the Specif b'airfrf frcrr Thai a.m. M.S.T., April Tfte Ojvrtr Ihe fa aivc Inforrra'iiiti In, cr rtltti any or all Tenders, cr lo Ihe TerxJer dtcrred mosl favourable M 1he liv of ihe Owrer1, or lo awa'd sep- arate contracii for supply of varisus equ.pmeni i'e.-ns, Mr. T. L. Fergyson, Ciiy of Lelhb'ridge, A.WMa. Cwlulling Enqlrteri: Under .yood WcLellsn Associales TWo'KenSinglon RMd M.W.. 4Lot Of In Trinidad Promised PORT OF SPAIN (Renters) Terrofisls tossed a gasoline borr.b info the police station al Diego Martin eight miles west of here today, hours after a Black Power advocate had warned (here is going to be a "lot of hell" in Trinidad. Police said the fire the Mototov cocktail, which has become the favorite weapon of Trinidad arsonists, was pul'.oul before it caused any damage. Black Power leader GefMcs Granger of the National Joint Action Committee warned of "a lot of hell" in a speech Tuesday night. He condemned foreign exploi- tation of resources, and accused politicians of feath- ering their nests. Black Power demonslrations and Molotov cocktail attacks have occurred in Trinidad since last February. They are pro-, tests against the statement of West Indian sludenfs connected with the Sir George Williams University computer ccnlrc trial in Montreal; alleged racial discrimination in Canada and Trinidad; the government for not curing the country's eco- nomic ills and foreign economic power. The attack on the police sta- tion today was the first of. its kind in the recent outbursts of violence. It followed allegations of police brutality by another Back Power leader, Clive Nunez. Stage Door Tabloid Appears TOKONTO (CP) The first edition of a sriow jour; nal called Stage Door appeared Wednesday with a declaration that it will represent Canada's entertainment field in iU en- tirety. The tabloid will be published weekly in Vancouver by dancer ami choreographer James Colis- tro and will be nationally dis- tributed on newstands. II costs 35 certs a copy or by subscrip- tion a year. A news release said the jour- nal begins "al a lime when Ca- nadians are showing more en- thusiasm than ever for home- Ombudsman Findings ......D Backed produced shows and performers and when Ihe Canadian Radio- Television Commission is ready- ing Canada's biggest boost for national talent with its new reg- ulalions which will increase the Canadian-made productions this fall to a new high' level." The journal's first issue in- cludes columns from Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, London and Hollywood and an interview with Sydney iVawman, special adviser to CRTC Chairman Pierre Juneau. For performers, Slage Door publishes caslings and reviews of legitimate theatre, films and night club acts. Actress Toni Sinclair look a full-page advertisement in the first edition listing her 1960-70 engagements. CTV CBC placed the only other advertise- ments in Ihe 16 page edition. EDMONTON (CP) Ugislt- lion giving the cabinet author- ity to support findings if the province's ombudsman in cases involving the Workmen's Com- pensation Board' received first reading in the :egislature. Under amendments to the Workmen's Compensation Act the cabinet will have power to order the board to pay money to an injured workman case has been reviewed by ombudsman. The cabinet will also have the power to refer the ombuds- man's findings to the Albert! Supreme Court for an assess- ment of the damges which should be paid. The ombudsman, George B. McCIellan, voiced c o n c e ffl about cases involving Ihc board his report released last month. FIKK nKSTOOYS CENTRE N.Y. (AP) Fire struck the Cornell University black studies cenlre early Wednesday and by the time fire fighting equipment reached the scene, the Ihrec-slorey building was destroyed. The Africana Studies and Research Centre had been ustd by black students for two years. II housed six classrooms, office space and a seminar room. Damage to the 70-year-old building was esti< mated at Albci'la Advised To Encourage More Industry EDMONTON (CP) shouldn't be indiscrimiiHte hi encouraging industry to the province, but should concen- trate on attracting suitable. kinds, says L. F. Wilts, board chariman of the Canadian Man- ufacturers' Association. "It might be belter for Al- berta to concentrate on some one form of he toH a news conference. "The scat- cr-pun approach isn't always the best." He said an area has to make ;hc best possible use of its pcol of labor and krowledgc. "In ihe next 30 years, we will see draslic changes in our made of Mr. Wills said. A young businessman would do well lo gel in on the bottom of new ideas, new developments and new industries. Mr. Wills, who is thc-head cf Hcrsywall Contrnls Ltd., Scar- borough, Onl., was In Edmon- lon as part o( a IOJT o( the association's western divisions ;