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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ;16 THS lETHBRIDCt HERAIB _ tuosilay, Augim 4, 1979 58 MALE HELP WANTED 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Wanted MEAT CUTTER loymt'fit. 'Arltc llox j STAR IT- TURKEYS, ALL AGh'S. 9502-ff FRIERS PAN READY, ;J8c PER LB. on (ion-n lots. ilnlivery. Closed for business rrorn July 31st to August 5lli inclusive. Hcllmulh Uyck, Co.Jld'nlc PfiuJi" 3J5-332.1. JLjeetthiS, 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES REGISTERED SILVER TOY POOULE5 I for sale. Phono 327-51-IP. S028-i SIMPSONS- SEARS We Require EXPERIENCED SALESMEN f-or The Following Departments: FURNITURE FLOOR COVERINGS MEN'S SUITS Benefits include: PROFIT SHARING PLAN DISCOUNT ON PURCHASES UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT Apply in Confidence la SIMPSONS- SEARS The Centre Village CW52-6 I 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS FULLY cjrown males, ami females and poppies. j 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Phone 326-3123, ,1ft 5 .p.m. J hanks, eyond 90 days if negotiations )ased on the U.S. peace plan vent '.veil. Arab and Israeli representa- Ivse at the world organization 'ere expected to confer today Jarring, the Swedish am- assador to Russia, who arrived ere Sunday night for urgent onsultations with Secretary- ueneral U Thant. An Arab source said the forth- oming peace talks for which arring was preparing himself ould be protracted.' Indirect Arab-Israeli peace negotiations could take place in New mom, dad, David. Barbara and Leo and nephews. 5211 sons, Donald E. of Edge'wood. ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STOP. WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ES" MATES. JONES ROOFING. 36-57. C6733 CEMENT DRIVES AMD WALKS. R modelling, and rumpus rooms. Pho 3207-: CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CIGTERf- tirsd, odd Icbs. Phoria 327-633-1. 8J7- GARAGE BUILDING, CEMEN A'ork and stuccoing. Ar.derson 31 Screnson Construction, 1020 7tii Av S. Phone 3V-U3i BORGE RAVEN 1329 91h ST. !i Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re modelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219 C6319-I A'EEPING TILE, CEMENT WOP. Renovations, alterations. Phone J an Custom 3J5-J630, 223-2370. 3318- PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE 63 MUSIC TEACHERS To all rasidenta of Grassy Lake PurplE Springs, and Skiff. The Cham berlain School will operate on a ncv semester year beginning a.m. August 25, 1970. B7S PRIVATE TUITION OH GUITAR. Fred Phone 327-8897. 4250-fi PIANO AND GUITAR Popular anri classical Instruction. 310 psr month. Conveniently located at ath Me. and 14th 5f. s. Fall term starts Aug. 18th. Register now. Phone .V.r. Symons at 328-7533. 65 LOST AND FOUND WALLET LOST IN POST OFFIC- OR rirug store in Shoppers' World. Reward Phone 327-7346. 5094-4 86 PiRSONAL A.I.D. CENTRE _ informatics 2.-.d Direction. ADVICE, P h o n s C9025.35 WEDDING CAKES J35 and up. delivery. Phono 75B-3.157, 5017-tf ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyons with drinking probi-r.1, Phono cr 323-3I-M, aflar o.rr.. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRltK. RS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AMD INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WP.ITE IN. QUIRIES CARS OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBR1DGE, AL3ERTA. TENDERS Tenders will be received untl! August !2lh, 1970 for sxlerlor painting of the Miners Library building. Further de tails may be obtained from C. Laizar- otto, sacr.-Mgr, Miners Library Club, Leth bridge. All VILLAGE OF HILL SPRING NOTICE 7 enclers for His purchase -Df school, located on Lot 3, 6 in Hiii Spring. be ac- until p.m., Tussriay, Aug- ust 11th, 1970. The building Is not to or any other bid not necessarily ac- cepted. Dated at Hill Sprlno this 4tt> day August, 1970. Keith L, Toiman, Secretory-Treasurer, Viliaos of Hill Sprtno A1J 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS 30UTHERM STAMP AND STENCIL Ruboer stamps, corporate seals, dat- srs, etc. S3nie-day Service. 2nd 3. Phone GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SING- jr machines, competent adjustments io all other makes. Free home esti- mate. Phone 327-2243. Singer Co. of Csnado, College Mall. __ _ ftUYTAG SALES ana SERVICE. SEP- vices or, all of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Al- so all small appliances, lawn mowers irons, vacuum cleaners, src. fJo jobs t.nx-ti 70 OARDENING JUNK AIJD YARD CLEAN UP Ph0fl5 33r.34.is or 327-7398. j FOP. FULLY IriSURED TREE 5UR. I CITY OF MEDICINE HAT PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECT ENDER NO. Fi-444' Scaled lenders endorsed on fhe ouf- slde of fhe mailing package with Ihe name of ths work fo which fhey refer be received by fhe undersigned lip to Auousf 26. 1970, Ihe following: The construction of eighteen (IB) Public Housing Project Units a- Follows: bedroom units. bedroom uni's. Tenders for Gbove Contract anall he accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond for at least of the Bid consent of Surety Is' also required igreeing to the issuance of a Perform- ance and A'.alntenance Guaranlec Bond for fifty (5013.) percent of Ihe Con- tract Sum. Any Contractor failing to ccmpiy with Ihis requirement will be I disqualified. General and A'lechanlcal Contractors only may oblain plans and specifica- tions for the above contract 'on and ifter a.m., Tuesday, August J, 1970 upon application lo Mr J E Holden, Architect, Room M5. U33 Mlh Avenue N.w., Calaary, Alberta. A deposit of sso.oo will be required as a guarantee for the safe relurn cf plans and specifications. Plan deoosif cheques {o be made ouf fo John S Holden Archllect. The lowest cr any lender :io' necsesarily be accepted. S. W. WILKINSON, PURCHASING AGeNt, City of Medicine Hat, Medicine Hat, by request. Donations may be maclfi to the Canadian Cancer Society. Canada Trust Building. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. _________ grandsons Jim, B.C., Glen W. of Vulcon, Ronald Weir and passed the i old E.. Lester A. and Kenneth j Hobert and Hock Appleton. flowers! E., all of Calgary; nine daugh-1 Rev- Vern Beck of Ihe Evange- ters, Airs. "Edna Milis "of I Kcal Claresholm, Mrs. H. (Norma) ELLIS Passed away in tl city on Sunday, August 2, 197 following a brief illness, Huber John aged 78 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Berth Effis of 636 12th St. S. Born Reading, England in 1892, th late Mr. Ellis came to Saska toon in 1911, and went to wor for the International Harveste Company. Upon the outbreak o the First World War, he joinet the Princess Patricia's Ligh Infantry and served with them overseas, returning in 1918. He t.en again joined the Interna lonal Harvester Company and 1923 was transferred to Leth )ridge where he remained witl -hem until his retirement in 1957. He continued to live here and from 1959 to 1968, was em ployed with tlie Ringland Mere- dith Company. He was a nember of the Canadian Le- !ion, the Army Navy and Ail force Veterans Club, the Chi- nook Club and was past presi- !ent of the Gyro Club. Survi- -ors include, besides his loving rife Berths (the former Mrs. JerUia Burton whom he tnar- ied in one granddaugh- er in Toronto. He "was prede- eased by his first wife, Mrs. Ita Ellis in 1963 and tivo step- aughters, Mrs. Doris Ander- on and Miss Hazel Ellis. The uneral service will be held on Vednesday at p.m. in the femorial Chapel, 70S 13th St. with Rev. A, T. King offi- ating. Interment will follow in ountain View Cemetery, liose who wish may pay their espects at the Memorial Chap- el, 703 13th St. N. 23S1. Martin Bros Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. QMCl Arnold. Mrs. G. R. (Grace) Powlesland and Mrs. I. (Hazel) Rasmussen, all of Del Bonita. Mrs. J. (Gladys) Kubik of Sun- drie, Alberta, Mrs. B. (Vera) Hilmcr and Mrs. R. (Mar-j garet) Arndt, both of Magraih. Mrs. R. (Beverly.) Nelson of Church officiated. was 'he Medicine Hat Memorial Gardens. MLMR loving memory of our very dear dad and grarsl- Alfred Stuart Millar, who away August 4, 1989. fler a long illness. Tonight the stars are shining On a lonely silent grave, ilessl vnrti i iviciu-.m ana lumberlsy B.C. and Mrs. Ruth and Mrs. Howard Vvhipple, Vvascmn nt rr of Florida: fifty-three grandchildren and twenty one great-grandchildren; one sis- ter, Miss Mable Deglow of Wis- consin; two brothers. Les of Arizona and Ruben of Kalispell. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in the Magrath United Church. Interment will follow in the family plot in the M a g i' a t h Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. CARD OF THANKS .MATKIN ilr. and Mrs. DeVoe (Red) Maticin and Mr. all of Grande Prairie, wish to thank everyone for the many kind- nesses, cards, floral tributes, and household courtesies ex- tended during their recent be- reavement in the loss of Philip 5205 Where sleeps in dream slumber. One we loved, but could not save. In tears we saw you sinking watched j'ou fade away, Our hearts were almost broken You fought so hard to stay. But when we saw you steeping So peacefully free from pain, We could not wish you back To suffer that again. remembered and sadly missed by Margaret, Bill, Jean, Bob and families. 5212-5 York, a course of action said to be favored by some Arab diplomats. The peace plan was presented last month by U.S. S'iate Secre- tary William Rogers and lias been accepted by Israel, Egypt and Jordan. It is the basis of Jarring's current activities. ACTING AS NEGOTIATOR Libyan leader Muammar Ka- dafi spent Monday in Baghdad trying to smrxith out differences between Egypt and Iraq, which denounced the plan as a sell- out. Kadafi. who has been acting jas an Arab mediator, arrived Gahal's decision lo leave the government came about by such a narrow majority following a stormy meeting of its central committee that some observers felt its liberal wing might break away. The vote was .117 to 112. Gahal's basic objection to tlie plan was ils implicit idea of Is- raeli withdrawal from occupied Arab territory, which contra- dicted Ihe party's platform claiming it as the historic land of Israel. 'Hie breakup of the coalition formed on the eve of the Arab-Israeli war, came only hours before the Jewish state planned lo send Washington a detailed formulation of its posi- tive respopnse to Hie U.S. Bennett Idea; today in Syria, which also op- poses the plan but not as strongly as the Iraqis. A strategy conference of Arab defence and foreign ministers in Tripoli, Libya, was postponed to await the outcome of Kadafi's peacemaking. In Tel Aviv, the right-wing Gahal party voted Monday night to quit Premier Golda Heir's coalition government In protest of Israel's acceptance of the plan. The walkout was not ex- Wiuuipeg As Capital ABOARD M.S. LORD SEL- KIRK (CP) British Colum- bia Premier W. A. C. Bennett wants the nation's capita! moved from Ottawa to Wiuni- Peg. Why? "It's in the centre." said Mr. Bennett. ''And besides, the land is cheaper." In an interview shortly after the eleventh annual pre- mier's conference got under way Mr. Bennett said there would be a definite saving to all Canadians by moving the civil service and the national administration to tne Mani- toba capital. "It's obvious. Whether you fly here from the Maritimes or from British Columbia, you meet in the centre." WIPE REAIARHIES LONDON (Reuters) Cyn- thia Lennon, 30-year-old former wife of bealle John Lennon, was remarried here hi a simple registry office ceremony in i j t ,T----- ceremony in pe.cted to ailect Israeli policy I which none of the Beatles at- since the other coalition parties..... still control 72 of the 120 seats in Israel's parliament. tended. She married film director Roberto Italian Bassa- IN MEMORIAM MILLAR In loving mem- ory of a dear father and grand- father who passed away August 1, 1969 in Bow Island after a ong illness. Your gentle face patient smile, With sadness we recall. You had a kindly word for each and died beloved by all. Tlie voice is mute and stilled the heart That loved us well and true Oh bitter was the trail to part I'Vom one so good as you. We rnfes you now, cur hearts are sore, As time goes by we miss you more. Your loving smile your gentle I face No one can fill your vacant place. missed and fonly re- membered by his wife. 5213-5 'C Horn MOUNT ROYAL COLLEGE NEW COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT DAY CARE WORKERS TREE SPRAYING _ ALPINE SPRAY i r.td. Phont ;sao uih s I ___________________ C903e-lfi TREES TRIMMED, ODD i Phone or 3Z7-739S. J963-tf FOR NEW IAWNS SODS OR SEEDING PARSON'S HARDWARE Pr.cnf GARDEN TOPI RENTALS K. c o v f rt. T: K WEEKEND DEATHS lly THE CANADIAN I'llESS I'ragnc Janoslav Trojan, memlrer of I li c Comiminiit Party's C e n I. r a I Committee in a road accident Saturday while being driven In hospital. Dishy. N.s. Maude Ixwift. 'v-. v.ho.sc primitive hang ij] many collections: fnl- loning frail lieallli, severe ar j Ihritis nwi her eventual aduii.v i :sion to hospital, Hig.mil. Que.-Paul Rilwniilt. .si. former II I, goallcndiT uil.l) Tnrnnlo. (Vnii-ago ami liuv I This course of study is designed to prepare persons for a career in the area of Child Day Care. To meel Ihe increasing demand for trained people, Mount Royal College is offering two programs for Day Care Workers, One-Year Certificate Program For people already employed as Day Care Workers or vho have background in Jhs field. This program will be offered In the evening, Two-Year Associate Diploma Program A two-year program providing a general education or, well as training in the practical skills necessary for employment irt the field Admission Requirements Students must be IS years of age or possess an Alberto High School Diploma or its equivalent, For further information, contact; The Information Office (mount royal college 7th Avenue qnd 11th Street S.W.. CAIGARY I, Alberlci Telephone: 266-4611 Starts Thursday! For your shopping pre-selling of saie items will be available Wedneday morning! Watch for the colourful 8 page Flier in Wednes- day's Lethbridge Herald, E-xciting, money-saving buys fo make your home more beautiful, more com- fortable, a more convenient place to live. Chesterfields and occasional tables from the finest furniture makers. Refrigerators, ranges, washers and dryers from the most reliable manufacturers. Colorful drapes, luxurious carpets, TV's, stereos, pianos all at the lowest possible prices in this exciting 8-page Flyer. Check every page shop every day of the Sale and us? your Eaton Budget Charge Account fo pay-as-you-enjoy with No Down Payment. BUY LINE 328-881? Shop EATON'S Wednesday From 9 a.m. to noon ;