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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 rtttMB April If, 47 UVESTOCK MALI HOP MUSK GARDENING HORSES WANTED M.L TYPES and stoJ. A.LSASK PROCESSORS. WANTED BY fUSTA-K.I Const. Ltd. It Ul till St. S. TUITION ON SUIIAR fra KKK. JSc EACH. fHONE after 4 p.m., RAKINC. FREE ESTIMATE. charge. LETH3RIDGE RENDERING. Phcrt J2H334 MAH TO APPRENTICE SEWING 17M TabeV. wrilL-9 to Box in. Herald, am ALL YOUR TAILORING, OUALItY TOP SOIL. DRACO MR. FARMER CUSTOM phone livestock dealers. CITY QUAUFIED TRIMMED AND ODD JOIS MANAGER FOR TIRE SHOP. APPLY NORTH kOST AND WANTED WELL-BROKE, GENTLE suitable for 4-H Western pleawre; setting wef MO-TIRES. STRIPED CAT WHITE FEET, IMT En Agnes Davtdson RENT m-un. FOR SPECIALTY STORE. STATE EXPERIENCE, WHEEL AND TJRE. 49 MACHINEKY AGE, ETC. MARRIED MAN PREFERRED. REPLIES SPREADERS POST HOLE DIGGERS WANTED _ USED OXYGEN necrt Phone WANTED Di CAT. WITH DOZER. Write 103, Hereld. 50 MISC. ARTICLES WTD. WANTED EMPTY GAUGE shctgvn shells. Phone 331-7151, after 6 p.m. WANTED PAINT SPRAYING equipment. Cofrpressw type or air- less. FTijne THE SALVATION NEEDS: Good used clofiilng. partkulrly chil- dren's cloning. This can be Ml at '12 Ul Ave. S. or ptione or 321- (717 for pickup service. CAST IRON, COPPER. BRASS, RADI- ators, batteries. Highest prices. Var. zirl Iron Lid., 12JI Ird Ave. N. Phone M7.12S5. C3H7-rf CLERK FOR SPECIALTY STORE. STATE EXPERIENCE, REFER. ENCES. AGE, ETC. MARRIED MAN PREFERRED. REPLIES CONFI. DENTIAL. WRITE SOX 13', HERALD. WHEEL AND TJRE. COAL-date pnorw W2. W-tl KISONAL ONE OF WESTERN CANADA'S LEAD-i-i) Car, Trailer. Mobile dealerships requires services ol ex-perEffKed salesman as head Into inother aclion-pacVed wiling season. This Is a great opportunity for an aggressive man willing to work. Apply In confidence to Box Herald. OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX HI. LETH BRIDGE, ALBERTA. AVJUT OUR PIANO RENTAL FLAN Only per monin Rent applies Jo purchase price New or wed HEINTZMAN PHONE 33-3M3 CUtl-tt SALESMEK Required For mcrkcling division of large expanding Alberta food-service Excellent rernuoeratjon schedule potential. Mint be bond-able and imbittovs. For Interview appoint telephone 33MS25. HELP? CONCERNING HEALTH, WELFARE AND RELATED AREAS CONTACT A.I.O. CENTRE. PIMM K7-7323 10 a.m. to 4 o.m. CTJtMM GOOD SELECTION OF USED LAWN MOWERS By Hour, Doy or Week Phone 327-5747 HOYT'S Downtown PUBLIC NOTICE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will ba rectlv- ad by ttia undtrsignad up U o'clock a.m., Slariiard llrnt. on May U, for construction 04 ttM following work: (I) Highway S. L.tKxWg. t. N. Welling, to Aspnaltic concrtM pavemtnt and ottw work, AporoKlmalt Quantiliti, ll.VX ton> ol grivtl, mlkl haul. Jcl. Hwy. 4J to N HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals steel and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES ISCi 2nd Ave. S. puma U7-i2i1 CMIS-tf SCRAP IRON Copper Brasb Bat- Icriei AU-ays paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. M4 33r) St. Nsrfh CI3W1T We are In the market for good used farm machinery trucks, trailers. etc. Consignment or cosh, GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highway Phone Days 327-3165 Ni.hts 327-1SM Nationally xncwn financially organiza- tion will select and train two out- standing men for sales career. Two years salary contract starting at 1500 monthly with Increase In six months. Must have background and procf cf being a hardworker. Alt re- plies held in conlldence. Write hill qualifications to Box 117, Herald. DRIVER SALESMAN FOR RURAL ROUTE, BETWEEN THE AGES OF 25 AND 50. MUST BE ABLE TO FUR- NISH REFERENCES AND BOND- ABLE. FIVE DAY WEEK WITH MED- ICAL AND OTHER BENEFITS. AP- PLY LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY LTD.. 1111 3rd AVENUE SOUTH BETWEEN a.m. AND a.m. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-lMt or 32t324fc after p.m. 71 POUlTtY AND SUPTUES STARTED TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Pnone 234-W35 or 234-37U, Fed Mac- FRIERS, PAN PER LB. H. Dyck, Box SW, cukiavt. Phone US- 3221 72 KTS AND SUPPLIES MALE ENGLISH POINTER FOR Good disposition, ability and of stock. Phone 327-U24 1012 67 SEUVrCES AND REPAIRS DRYWALL, TAPING, ceilings. Excellent Phone 3M-736i 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED WILL SWAP WILLIS PIANO tent trailer. Phone 327-334a. BODY SHOP FOREMAN For city body shop Write Box 117, Herald 52 FARM EMPLOYMENT WANTED MARRIED COUPLE SEEK JOB ON farm. Experience In all machinery, truck driving and two years mechani- cal .experience. Year round Box 110, Herald. UA-f> Young rr.an between the age of 21 and 25 required lor CONSUMER CREDIT WORK by downtown Charter Bank. Experience ir, credit work or ctl bts'meu field an asset. Apply In writing lo the "BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA P.O. Box ISM Lelhbricje, Alberta Giving age, marital status, work ex- perience and salary expected. SPRAYING workmanship. SOUTHERN AND STENCIL Rubber slarrps, corporate seals, dat- ers. etc Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 32H114 MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. SER- vTcM on all makef of washeri and aulomaTic or conventional. Al- so all small appliances, Uwn mowers, etc. No lobs proven 21 SI. S. Letnbrldge. 514.000 ton (2) Highway -41. Sasfc. River, Mile 21 .ii to Mile 35.13, Stabilized gravel base course and otner work, Approximate quantities, 1W.OW tons ol gravel, ton miles haul. Contracts and specHkalions be obtained at the office of the Chief Con- struction Engineer, Highways BulMing, Edmonton, Alberta, the office ol the District Engineer, 1707 Street N.W. Calgary, Aioerta, and the office of the District Engineer, Administration Build Ing, Lethbrldge, Alberta, and will be available only to Individuals register ed and operating in the Province o Alberta, or to partnerships or corpor ations registered and operating In and who have established a fixed place of business In the Province of Alberta. A deposit ol Twenty-Five Dollars 1125.00 wit] be required for each copy of the contract and specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marta cheque or bond In trie amount of 10? of tender.. Tenders will be opened I public. The lowest or any tender nol necessarily accepted. L. H. McMANUS, Deputy Minister of Highways acl, Gokttn B.C. No decision urtil May llth. Informa-lon by inspection only. a37-lmh 70 SALON FOR SALE. Lo-caled downtown. Reasonable. Write C. DUDLEY ROTOTILLING, 1H, Herald. ER RAKING. PHONE m-TM. CAB FOR SALE FOR HEALTH reasons. Good condition. Apply United LAWNS POWER RAKED AND crass removed. K. Otani. Phone 327-lai. AVAILABLE FOR ady or ladies lo lunch counter TREES EVERGREENS AND COL-orado Blue Spruce for sa'e. Dan's Greenhouse, olclcoaldale Road. and Thursdays. Interested parties contact Perlkh Bros. Auction Market. Phone 32M951. Cltfl-1 GARDEN ROTOTILLING AND ODD obs. Phone Frank EQUIPPED WELDING AND machine shop. No competition. Large lathe, presses and sheet rcetal equipment. Drills, separate blacVsmith shop. WANTED BIG YELLOW ROTO-tiller fcr parts. Phone 327-2MI. unit. Living quarters. Large volume of business, 6% non farm Income. Terms available. SUPERIOR Canada Awaits Reply OTTAWA (CP) France has not replied to 3 five-monllvold Canadian request to open nego- tiations on Ottawa's military claim against France for more lhan rnformarAs said Tuesday. There is no indication when France might reply to the Cana- dian note, if ever, though in- formants said negotiation of CarL DEATHS STEWART Sarah Thomas, p Smith, passed tway in ia the city oo Tue ston on Monday, April 27, WTO, at the age at the age ot 101 yean. fonaerfy of Can al services be held on wi day, May 1, 1970 at 2 p.m. when camp the Alberta Stake Chapel, Salmon Fi Bishop Keith Sevan Ltd., Direckn of F eiafing. Interment will follow Service. 3se CardeUxi Cemetery. nay meet the family and heir respects from 1 p.m. iBtil prior to the service in the ief Society roan cf the church. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Fuoer-al Service. Funeral for Oscar Carl Swansoc loved husband of Mrs. beth (Beth) Swansea of COUTTS Passed away in :be city on Monday, April 27, 1970, following a lengthy illness, George, aged 88 years, ot 222 18th St. N., beloved husband who died in the Thursday, April n, 1970, a long illness at the age years, was held at Saturday in St. Matthew the late Mrs. Charlotte Church, Millc The funeral service will be Rev. L. Zimmermai on Thursday at p.m. in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th Active pallbe were Tim Grisak, Ra N., with Rev. R. E. Eskdale Lyle BeQew, Robe ciating. Interment mil follow Thompson and the family plot in M o u n Honorary pallb View Cemetery. Those Joseph Maughan, wish may pay their respects Dean Smith, the Memorial Chapel, 703 Ralph ToUey ai St. N. Phone: 328-2361. Don Ellert, Intermei Bros. Ltd., Directors of the Milk Rivef On UarlEn Rrnc I IH C-7 jn n 4 emonamS CARD OF THANKS JOEVENAZZO Thank you the person who found my asses and put them in Ihe eetwood School mail box. Darrell Joevenazzo 731 CT785 Eliia- Milk city River, Raymond Arthur such claims tracted. is usually pro- LEAVING FULL TIME WORK TO rare for first baby. Would like to de- typing or "accounts receivable for [n my home. Good ref- erences available. Please call 32t-7SX, atfer t p.m. 73J-H 54 LICENCED KINDfRGARTCN REGISTRATIONS ARE MOW BEING taken for fall kindergarten. Instructor is an experienced one teacher. Prone 337-1BU. 371-M MA LICENCED NURSEKIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six to six years. Phone 95 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED SPRING CLEAN UP AH of lurk hauled any. Rea- Phone 327-2M1. ISK-tl EVENING OR WEEKEND JANITOR- fal Mrvlce. Excellent references. Phone 3S7-I1U. m-2 I HAVE A BA IN ECONOMICS AND I want to apply It In L etr.br Idge. I lack experience but my enthusiasm high. YKJ can gain by offering me challenge with a future. You profit from my knowledge, I learn trcm Yotr experience. Da (t Write Box lit, Herald. T7-i 56 FARM HEIP WANTED SINGLE OR MARRIED MAN FOR (h.ry snd general farm wxk. Phone 377-7231 cr apply Vi mile east and live mllo north cf Leihbrfdgt Stockyirds. R, H. Bdlfofl. Are You Interested In A Rewarding Career? HERE IS WHAT ZELLER'S LIMITED OfFERS YOU IN RETAIL MANAGEMENT Good sa'ary el Excellent trahmg program RapM advBncemer.t for those with Industry and ability {Liberal benefits Company policy of promotion from within Opportunity fcr high-level Income Interesting ancf active environment 4 Strong expansion program cresting tnusual opportunity for progress QUALIFICATIONS :Age 31 21 Leadership ability 8 Grade 12 or better Willingness to accept periodic ex- pense-paid tranters REPLY IN WRITING STATING FULL PARTICULARS: NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE NUMBER, AGE, MARITAL STATUS, EDUCATION AND PREVI- OUS WORK EXPERIENCE TO: Mr. J. A. FISHER ZELIER'S LIMITED Pete's Rototilling. Phone 32M7S4. Foremost. Phone U7-3U4, W7-M34, after hcurs or K1-1K6. mt LAWN AERATING CENTS PER sq. yd. Phone. John, 32t-3909. TRUST MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE PHONE 328-1761 IN PINCHER CREEK CLOSE TO POST OFFICE Well constructed cinder block bvlldlng with drywali Interk.- finish. basement. Forced-air heating. Off Itree GOOD TOP SOIL AND WELL retted manure. Phone 32I-32W, evenings. FOR COMPLETE GARDENING AND landscaping and tree Phone 327-OtOt. OVER 1000 UNSUCKERING TREE to be mcved. Phone 327-W22.- -500- REEDYK LANDSCAPING IS BOOKED up until June 15th. Will give free esti-rr.ates for after that time. Phone 32S-1309. LANDSCAPING, ROTOTILLING, WANTED EXPERIENCED FARM cock ty 1st to cook for three ID five meo, A. W. Fleichtr, 323- 57 RMAIE HEIP MATURE WOMAN TO CARE FOR twa chl'dren my horrer agei Jhret months and live year5. 37ft-iJ88. 635-30 lobs and peir.ti'ng. New seeded, phone EOV m-im. Priced fo sell. M.L.S. DELIVERY SERVICE take over a' well established distribution business. Fcrther details' can be obtained by contacting our office. 23 SUITE APARTMENT BLOCK CASK WILL HANDLE. Fcr urther Information contact ooe of our sales representatives. FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTINS, ETC. PHONE ROTOTILLING, LAWN SEEDING, andscaplng, taring clean-up. Phone M5-3M1. GARDEN ROTOTILLING New lawis put in. prompt service, reasonable rates. 327-2MI. LAWN POWER RAKE FOR John Forrest Color LOANS INVESTMENTS POWER RAKING, AERATING, WITH grass pickup. 321-7771 and AGENCIES LIMITED 1M7 College Phone Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches, city or Town. Lowest Interest rates available. First and second mortgaoes. C77JC-7 ROTOTILLING Ic PER SQ. FT. Estimate your own cost. Chose 327-4033. TREE TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING with 1'rge ytllow rotoliller, plowing and landscaping Phone CONTRACTS NEW Machine ground manure. Ideal for awns and gardens. 75 Ib. handy plastic bag. 11 each. Free delivery. Coal-hurst Greenhouse. Phcne 327-9530. WORK, FENCES, GARAGES, Cisterns repaired, odd lobs. PMro 3J7-MM or Res. MU-lf DRIVEWAYS, SIDE-walris, patios. rates for limited time. Phone 33I-7905. 351-21M LACOmSE NURSERIES For trees, shrubs, perennials, ardscaping. Local representatives Norrr.en Nelion, Phone 377-2532, TON WILL TRAVEL FOR soring cleanup and garbage hauling. PFOne CW4-H Canada seeks the amount in compensation for giving up, on French demand, its two NATO bases in France in 1967. Canada's bill is small com- pared to some each presented to France by the United Stales and by NATO it self. NATO allies built more 'Aan 400 military installations in France while that country'was stUl participator in the alii aoce's military command. Former present de GauDe withdrew France from the nufi tary command, though not the alliance itself, in 1966 and told Canada and the U.S. to vacat their bases on French territory Canada evacuated its tw bases at Metz and Marville i nortbern France by the French- set March deadline and moved to Lahr in West Ger many. Paul, 61 TEACHERS WANTED Spring! I Inlo action Jump at tr-e opportunity to eern In yo-jr ov.n tire selling fabulous AVON products to local customers. Call quicXIy 323- 7424 or write Mrs. M. Scott, 2134 Ave. S. C7W2-29 EXPERIENCED wanted. Gxd wa: Phore Nlr.o's Col rother J. Otto Schneider of He wss predeceased by two sisters, Herget and Anna Rijssell. Funeral ser- vices will be held oil Friday, May 1, 1970 at 2 p.m. in the Taylor Stake Chapel, with Bish- op L. G. Bohne officiating. In- terment will follow in Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends Toay meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the lounge of the church. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C7796 Funeral Service, was hi charge of the arrangements. SWAN service for Daniel Swan, beloved husban of Mrs: Doreec L. Swan of S23 16th St. S. who died in the'city April 21, after brief illness at .the age of 5 years, was held at p.m Saturday in St. Augustine's An glkan Church with Rev. R, L Crisfietd officiating. Pallbear ers were Nazim Kirk, Austin Graham, Willian Kergan, Cha fe Waldie, Bert Leys .and Ra Goughnor. Interment was i the family plot in Archmoun Memorial Gar'dens. Marti Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer al Service, was in charge the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS VANDEN HENGEL b ving memory of a dear fauV r, John Vanden Hengel, passed away April a, Gone, dear father, forever, How we miss your amiliag face, But you left us to remember None on earth can take your place. A happy home we once How sweet the memory still, But death has left loneliness The world can never fiB. remembered by Bit and Dennis. m VANDEN HENGEL loving memory of a dear laoher and grandfather, John Vanden Hengel Sr., who passed away April 29, 1968. Years may pass and away, But roeiuories of you will always" stay. remembered by Shir- ley, Pete and Lee. .713 VASUEN HENGEL In loving memory of a dear father, John Vanden Hengel, who paw- ed away April 29, 1963. Two years have passed since thai sad day, II was. God's will that you should not slay, A million words cannot Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. Nancy and John. Faculties Blamed For Violence Hani-Hilling Suow Slorm Kelts Sask. By TUB CANADIAN PRESS Road-clearing equipment and wrd shovels were pressed >ack in use today across south- em Saskatchewan to cope with a harfi-hitling snow storm. Winds gusled as high as 30 miles an hour around Moose Jaw, reducing visibility to half a mile. Motorists were warned to'stay off roads. In Regina, snow plows were called out lo clear about seven ami a half inches of snow, built up since the storm hit the area early Tuesday afternoon. Neiglnborhood Centres For Cousuniers HOLLYVYQOD, Fla. (AP) Blaming campus violence on faculties'that fail to guide stu- dents, Vice-president Spiro T. Agnew has singled out Yale University and called for the re- placement of its president. Speaking at a Republican fund-raising dinner Tuesday night, Agnew said: "The true responsibility [or these aberrations and the nur- turing of arrogance and con- tempt for consUtutional author- ity rests not with the young peo- ple on campuses, but with those who so miserably fail to guide them. "I can well understand the al- titude of the majority of the stu- dent both' at Yale University when mok of the Yale faculty voted to endorse a strike in sup- port of members of an organiza lion dedicated (o criminal viol- ence, anarchy and the destruc lion of. the' United States of America." This was i reference to the Black Panthers, eight of WTXKC members face trial on tnurdei and kidnapping charges in New Haven. CALLS FOR REPLACEMENT Agnew.added, "when the president of that respectet, university describes the election of t president of the United SUes by the peojjk of the United States as a "huckster ized process" under which the) could not expect much bette 'whichever tough or it is clearly time for [he alumni of that fine old co lege to demand that it be headed by a more mature and responsible person, "President Kingman Brewsle Yale has also staled that ni- nes not feel that black reyolu- onaries can get a fair trial ithin our judicial system. 'I do nol feel that the sta- ients of Yale University can get fair impression of their COUTH jy under the lutelage of King- an Brewsler." There was no immediate com- enl from Brewsler. he uixiers'gred on 70, for (olfowli or before Way proper If; ThaTportion 'itftitt, fy- ing norm and cast c' Ihe Canal RigM- containing lio.ll aerei more or less. TERMS: cas'i darrvn ntymtnt lo Accompany lender; in {9> equal v.ur> -ntsresi al V.3 annvm. All envelopes lo be dearly marketf highfit or cffer ret necei- iarlly acccpied. Unsuccessful Tender- ers will be refunded. Further Horrpa.ion may oktiirv ed al IK office of the Irrlgaiion Land "Vietnamiration" policy could prolong the war in Vietnam and that it was difficult fo see how a solulion could be achieved with- out imploying polilical meth- ods. brirfgc-, r, Administration 8-jildnq, Lelh- A'oeria, or Lew Pol'ard, Pro- gramme Officer, Agriculture Office. .Tiir.tslrdtion Building, Albcrla. Irrigation Land Onager Administration Building, Lefhbritfje, A'oerli, AW50M CLASS LOS ANGELES' (AP) The fire department has added a new aiaon listing: political arson. Battalion Chief John Byrne said that unlil now there were five reasons for arson: fraud, spite, vanily, pyrotechnic and crime cover-up. The new category? Byrne said; "It is a revolution on a gradually in- creasing basis and il needs a name of its own." OTTAWA (CP) Witnesses [or the Consumers' Association of Canada strongly advocated Tuesday the establishment of neighborhood information centres to help all consumers. Appearing before the Senate poverty committee, Mrs. F. E. Jones, association vice-presi- said such cemres shouVd be readily accessible to people and give direct advice on a whole range of services. A social work professor a I McMasler University in Hamil- ton, Mrs. Jamas said voluntary organizations should direct the centres with the help of govern- ment financial support. Mrs. James toM Senator David Croll com- mittee chairman, that probably the most effective way lo reach persons on fixed incomes such as the aged is through personal contact. This would be possible in neighborhood centres. Social Credit League Open New Off ice CALGARY (CP) The A berta Social Credit league ha opened a Calgary office, ores dent William E Johnson a nounced here, He said the new office needed because of an increasi number of constituencies in 11 Calgary district and party activity in the area. Tr league has its head office Edmonton. Mr. Johnson also announcec Ibe appointments of Fred T karck of. Calgary as exccuti assistant to executive direct Orvis Kennedy. Mr. Tokan will serve as the party's chte organizer in southern 7eteraii Film Actor Dies At Party ED BEGI.EY HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ed Begley, 69, a character actor who won an Oscar in 1963 [or his portrayal of a sadistic politi- cal boss in Swetl Bird of Youth, died of an apparent heart attack Tuesday right during a party. Beglcy, a Hartford, Conn., na- tive, was equally at home on stage, television and in movies. Among his notable films were Twelve Angry Men, The Unsink- eble Molly. Brcwn, H Happens Every Spring and Sorry, Wrong Number. A fifth-grade dropout, he was a self-taught actor. Radio was his lirsl big step- ping slone. During the 1930s, he appeared on more than programs. He was detective, doctor, the program required. He was ra- dio's original Charlie Chan. Begley came to Hollywood in 1M7 and within four years had acted in 21 pictures. He appeared on the stage in Inherit the Wind. Look Home- ward, Angel Advise and Con- sent, All My Sons, What Glory ind John Lovet ;