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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE U-IHBRIBGI HERAID Tueidny, Auguil 11, 1970 TRAILERS FOR RENT-SALE IS FT. FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM fd trfllltT, 1850 cash. Phone 327-6267 Pllcr t p.m. 5316-11 IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE experts Install your Ezy-lln or from hilcli. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING CSI51-I ?67 THREE BEDROOM SQUIRE, 12 55. Plncher Creek' 627-1120, aflei i.rn. 5574-17 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING nnd processing. Wholes-lie menf anc livestocK dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone Lelhbrldge. C206-II 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES jmd siies. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry Phone 328-2911. DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phorie 328-1336 Lethbridge. 223-2567, Tabcr. C205-II 49 MACHINERY WANTED Wf ore In the market Tor good used farm machinery trucks, trailers, etc. Consignment or cash. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutls Highway Phone Days 327-3165 Nighls 327-163'! 58 MALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED TANDEM truck driver. Mike, 'J3S-IM7I. DUMP 5J4M1 WANTED TWO BOYS FOR NORTH side Albertan roulcs. Bicycles' or motorcycles preferred. Phono 327- 3626. 5.l9Mf WANTED ACCORDION PLAYER, guitar player and drum or bass play- er. Phona 328-7245, offer 6 p.m. 5578-1" 63 MUSIC TEACHERS PIANO AND THEORY ERNA K1FF- iak, A.R.C.T. Phone 328-U7B. 159-1-95 PIANO AND GUITAR Popular and classical instrucllon. per month. Conveniently located at 6th Ave. and 1-llh St. S. Fall term starts Aug. 16th. Register now. Phone Mr. Symdns al 328-7523. DETAIL MAN EXPERIENCED DElAiL MAN. APPLY SUPERIOR MOTORS, TABER OR PHONE 223-3537. C9506-13 EXPERIENCED FURNITURE AND Appliance salesman wanted for large retail outlet. Write Box 150, Hcmld. C957H5 MACLEOD'S REQUIRE EXPER1ENC- ed receiver fo start at once. Apply Macleods Famlljr1 Shopping Centre, 426 6th St. S. C9S72-15 EXPERIENCED ALUMINUM SIDING APPLICATORS wanted to work new construction or home renovation on sub-contract basis (need not Write stating rates and experience. STANDARD ALUMINUM, Box 81, Cranbrook, B.C. 5600-13 I'OUNG MAN TO LEARN THE DRY :leaning trade. Minimum age 20 with it least grade ten education. Steady vork. No students please. Apply Gen- ral Manager Sparkle Cleaners and Laundercrs, 1B1B 3rd Avenue South be- ween 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. C9J7I-11 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST FEMALE, FOUR MONTH old Siamese in vicinity o( Scenic Drive A and W and Travelodye. Re- ward. Phone Haien, 327-2104. 5327-12 LOST ROUND, BLACK-FRAMED PRESCRIPTION SUNGLASSES AND RECTANGULAR TORTOISE SHELL GLASSES IN RED LEATHER CASE. REWARD OFFERED. PHONE 327-5915. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CONFECTIONARY GOOD LOCA- llon. Living quarters. Coffee count; Low price sole. Phone 223-3220. 531Mf HEALTH REASONS FORCE SALE OF bulk vending route (nuts, candy, gum. located in southern Alberta and B.C. Full time operation or will out as part-time routes. Write US, Herald, 5412-13 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 3384131 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. 66 PERSONAL A.j.D. CENTRE FOR ADVICE, rmation and Direction. Phone STYRQFOAM WEDDING CAKES. and up. Free delivery. Phone 758-3457, Magrath. 5017-if ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after p.m. RUTH R. RINGLAND A.R.C.T., R.M.T. FAMIL MORTGAGE FUNDS if you want to borrow a large amount of money over a long period of time for the purchase of a home, for ren- ovations or any other purpose, call Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS KUU'AUDS Passed away in Calgary on Sunday, August 0, Mr. John Edwards, aged 72 years, of Oalgary. Funeral arrangements will be announc- ed when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C9577 RICE Gary Winston, pass- REALTY LIMITED A SUBSIDIARY OF C.A.C. Realty Limited. I Loans are amortized for as long 15 years with a guaranteed renewable icd away suddenly at Elko, B.C. Term. No bonus or hidden cost. In-i leresi Is calculated seml-annually (not in advance) on the declining balance. For any amount from 51600 to or more, visit or phone C.A.C. EATON'S REQUIRES Neat, Ambitious SALESIADY For The Wig Bar Previous Experience Not essential Apply Personnel Office 2nd Floor Week Days 9 a.m. 12 noon 2 5 p.m. INFORMATION CONTACT A ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE Ih P QUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 8fi 11 LETHBRIDGE, ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED College Shopping Mall 50 MISC. ARTICLES of piano, guitar, auto har and theory welcome sludenfs for WANTED USED BASS GU1TA Phone 327-2337. for exams, recitals, fesiiva if desired. Interesting musical oppor unities. Please phone 328-5334. SELF-CONSCIOUS DUE TO ACNE pimples and similar blemishes? Hyc solin will clear your complexio 4 Clear, colorless, equally effective Alta. Phone 328-2381. n. 33 IN. FOUR BURNER WHITE G stove, Apply 1833 5th Ave. A Permanent position to mature, clean bondable man. Typing essential. APPLY IN WRITING TO WAREHOUSEMAN BOX 1206 LETHBRIDGE or oily skin, use night or dav Ma.ny pleased users. Only for ounce; for 3 ounces; 51.00 fo medicated soap at Stubb's Pharmac Limited and T. Eaton Company Dru Department. 75 CONTRACTS W1LL TRADE 1951 CHEV. TW door, radio, new tires, for shotgun. Phone 328-6107. PAINTING AND DECORATING. FREE estimates. Phons 328-1854. 5473-11 STEINER CEMENT WORK, THE SALVATION ARMY NEEDS: Good used clothing, particularly ch dren's clothing. This can be lefl at 4 1st Ave. S, or phone 328-2860 or 32 6717 for pickup service. SERVICES AND basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. C3461-tf stamps, corporate seats, dat ers, etc. Seme-day Service. 1233 2n Ave. S. Phone 333-5114 SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. HIGHEST PRICES A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE Sfi.OO for two weeks, S10 par montt-Free delivery and pickup. Phone 327 2243. Singer Company of Canada, Col Icge Mall. Metals steel and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6261 SERVICE COMPANY Requires aggressive sales reores tative to sell copy-duplicating s'yste in the Calgary area. Experience ir. fice equipment desired, but will c sider fop salesmen from olher are For further information send DRIVES AND WALKS. RE-- modelling, and' rumpus rooms. Phone 345-4684. 3207-ff WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd jobs. Phone 327-6834. 847-tt CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RAD ators, batteries. Highest prices. Vs Iron Ltd., 3308 2nd Ave. N. Pho 32E-9342. SALES and SERVICE. SER vices on all makes of washers am dryers, automatic or conventional. Al so 'all small appliances, lawn mowers Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No obs too lame or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave, S. Phone 327-4456. W. Davis, 245-1185 PHOTOFAX PRODUCTS 1039 17th Ave. S.W., Calgary. BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radiators NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 33rd St. North cupboards, rumpus 'rooms, remodelling and repairs.- Phone 327-3219. C6319-U 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS REQUIRES Full Time SHOE SALESMAN Full Company Benefits Apply Personnel Office 2nd Floor Week Days 9 o.m. -12 noon 2-5 p.m LAWNS PUT IN, ROTOTILLING and odd jobs. Phone 327-6143. TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations. Phone J. and J. Custom Works, 345-4630, 328-3870. 3313-tt TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-2438. or 327-7398. Cash paid for used truck and TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 327-9355. GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed top noil, NUMBERS 81, 110, 121, 126, 142, WANTED MOBILE HOME, 12 X 4 ft. Cash. Phone 545-65-15, Bow Island or 327-0662. NEW LAWNS SODS OR SEEDING Call Reedyk Landscaping Free estimates. 148. 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT Calgarian Named To Grain Board i OTTAWA (CP) Delmer Pound, 45, of Calgary, has been t appointed to the board of grain r c o m m i ssioners, Agriculture t Minister H. A. Olson announced, p He will replace A. V. Svoboda i who will retire Aug. 9. o Mr. Pound, a past president of the Alberta Junior Chamber e of Commerce and former direc- t tor of the Alberta Chamber of r Commerce, is general manager n of Oliver Industrial Supplies. b The board of grain commis- v sioners is responsible for the ad- o ministration of the Canada v. Grains Act which provides au- T thority for the establishment of IT grains standards and licensing a of elevators. It also operates the j4-gr'ain research laboratory at c Winnipeg. i; WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME to six years old. Phone 328-2596. HARDWARE Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS P.OTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. WILL BABYSIT IN MY NORTH SIDE home along with my own two children. Phone 328-8448. REQUIRES Full Time COMMISSION SALESMAN for the Men's Wear Department Full Company Benefits Apply Personnel Office 2nd Floor Week Days a.m. -.12 noon 2-5 p.m. RELIABLE AND INDUSTRIOUS, woman requires day work on regular basis. Have references. Call 327-6184. AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phone 327-2438 or 327-7398. 54 LICENCED SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY Ltd. Phone 326-14P3. 2830 12th Ave. S. LAKE VIEW KINDERGARTEN, DE-partment of Education approved. Two qualified teachers. Phons 328-4751. FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. HONE 328-2094. 54A LICENCED POULTRY AND KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to lix years. Phone 328-2835. PAN READY. 38C PER LB. n dozen lots. Free delivery. Hellmuth yck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. COSTANZO'S DAY CARE CENTRE PLANNED PROGRAM ONE TO SIX YEARS. PHONE 32B-5057. PETS AND 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT Of Canada Limited SALES OPPORTUNITY SOUTHERN ALBERTA a Sales Representative for Xerox, u will be associated with one of the rld's_ most successful marketing TOY FRENCH POODLE uppy. Female. Phone 327-9728. SPRING CLEAN UP All kinds of funk hauled away. Reasonable. PhonB 327-2641. PUREBRED SIAMESE KIT-ens, house trained, each. Phone 28-8051. STEPS AND DRIVEWAYS DONE. reasonable rates. Phona 3Z7-2438, 327-7398. MALE MINIATURE BLACK oodles for sale. Four months old. hone 223-2298, Taber, after 5 p.m. 57 FEMALE HELP GERMAN SHORTHAIR 3o nter pups. Top U.S.-Canadian hunt-g strain. Calgary, 255-5205. BAR' MAID PART TIME. PHONE 345-3080. Ask for Vern. Industry has enabled us to pand other fields in Graphic mmunications. To meet this chal-ge we require innovative marketing inee applicants, f you are a recent University aduate, looking for a challenging eer in Marketing, Business Admin-ration, or Sales Management, pre-ably wllh sales experience, we vide basic and advanced (raining h future growth opportunities. also offer above average remun-tion, Including, a full employee ben-it program and profit-sharing plans. sse address written replies to: XEROX OF CANADA LTD. NO. 844 700 6th Avenue S. W. 1 Calgary 1, Alberta Attention F. T, Godwin Area Sales Manager f I, 1 AND TO LOOK AFTER SMALL GIRL, Monday to Friday. Can live In or out. Phone 534-3609. sale. Phone 328-7692, after 6 p.m. PUPPIES FOR SALE Jorn July 20, father Canadian champ-on, mother American registered, lit-r being registered CKC, AKC, two ales, four females, C. B. Beaty, 1514 6th Ave. South, Lethbridge phone 8-6710. LETHBRIDGE FIGURE SKATING Club requires Instructor to assist senior Instructor for the coming winter season. Send resume of experience flnd qualifications to Lethbridge Figure Skating Club, Box 456, Lethbridge. FUR BEARING WANTED EXPERIENCED al insurance stenographer. Top pay as to experience. Summer hours 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed all Saturday and bank holidays.' Five days at Christmas and five days New Years. Air conditioned office. Apply Box 144, Herald. AND EQUIPMENT. USt sell. Phone 328-1372. BUSINESS WANTED NOW! TEENAGERS, mothers, grandmothers. Start at AND CONTENTS. 722 h St. S. mas cards and gifts to friends, neighbours, relatives. Earn extra cash for Chrislrnas this easy No experience needed. Our beautifully MALE FEMALE HELP INCOME filling and collecting money from EW TYPE high quality coin oper-d dispensers in your area. No sell-. To qualify you must have car, re-ences, S600 to cash. Seven to elve hours weekly can net excellent nthly income. More full time. For rsonal inlerview write CANAPENN STRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, 160 y St., Suite 205, Toronto 1, Ontario, elude phone number. trated catalogue, with over 300 items shown in color, helps you to get many orders. Write today for Christmas cards on approval and free catalogue Monarch Greeting Cards, Dept. 46, 217 Cannon, Hamilton, Ont. ESTATE SALES PERSON nted Immediately. Good incentive ogram. Excellent working conditions. odern office. Apply in person, Fort oop-Up Real Estate Agencies, 1117 Ave. S. Housekeepers, sales clerks, kitchen help, waitresscs-Aug-gusf and September HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME, nada's leading school. National Col-e, 424 6th Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alta. one 269-3322. BUSINESS NO SELLING sy, pleasant near home, re-ocking GENERAL FOOD PROD-TS, NESTLES, PLANTERS AND TIONAL ADVERTISED UJ 24 sa Apply Ann Craig, Kootenay Lodge, Warerfoh lakes. he reasons why our Canadian owned nd operated school system trains and aces more Woslern Canadian ?4MMf s the age of 29 years. Survived by Ms wife Maralyn, two sons, Kenneth, five years and Ron- ald, four years; his mother Mrs. Wayne (Georgia) Malm- berg of Coaldale; two sisters, [Mavis Malmberg, Coaldale, Mrs. Dan (Arlene) Gruninger of S'pring Coulee and one broth- er Dale, Spring Coulee. He was predeceased by his father, Er- 'nest, in 1943. Services conduct- ed by Bishop Keith Bevans will be held in the Alberta Stake Chapel at Cardston on Wednes- day, August 12 at p.m. In- terment in the Cardston Ceme- tery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from until 8 p.m. (tonight) in the Christensen Funeral Home at Cardson. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C9574 SEUIAN Harry Dresel, massed away in the city on S'un- iay, August 9, 1970, at the age of 76 years, after a lengthy ill- ness. Bom November 15, 1893, Payson, Utah, he moved with his parents and five broth- ers and four sisters to Ray- mond in 1901. Tlu's was one at he first families to move to Raymond in this pioneer era. The only surviving member of j this family is the young est j brother, Lee, who still makes jhis home in Raymond. There are a number of nephews am nieces with their families who are still in Alberta, as well as other points in Canada and the United States. The family en gaged in farming during thesi early years and when Drex was old enough he secured lane of his own, on which he farm- ed continuously, until his re- tirement several years ago. He has spent most of his life in Raymond until confined to the Auxiliary Hospital several months ago. He was always in- terested in sports and athletics, particularly in baseball, and became an outstanding player on many of the early teams in Raymond during his young- er years. He served his coun. ,ry in the army during the First World War, but was de- mobilized at its close before being assigned to overseas ser- vice. Bishop James D. Bridge, of the Raymond Fourth Ward, will conduct the service in the Taylor Stake Chapel in Ray- mond on Thursday, August 13, at p.m. Interment will be n Temple Hill Cemetery, with "iliristensen Salmon Funeral -lome Ltd., Directors of Funer- Service. C9575 DEATHS TSCIIUITTEII Passed away in UK city on Saturday, August 8, 1970, beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Tschritter, of 615 8th Ave. S. Besides his loving parents, he is survived by one brother, Al- bert Benjamin and one sister, Angelia Coleen. The grave- side service was held on Mon- day at p.m. in Mountain View Cemetery, with Pastor A. Olson officiating. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- e. C9578 iUOFFATT William Gor- don, aged 88 years, passed away in Pincher Creek Auxil- iary Hospital, Claresholm, Aug- ust 10, 1970. Born in Careton Place, Ontario, he moved to Pilot Mound, Manitoba, in 1887. Be taught school there and came to Claresholm in 1906; studied music at the Hoyal East-West Talks On Troops Cut Appear Remote By FRED COLEMAN _ idea long pushed by the Krem- Music, London, two years. He Academy of England, for taught music privately in Claresholm, Granum, Slavery, and Crowsnest Pass Area, un- til his retirement in 1959. Sur- vived by two sisters, Jessie Tilden and Mrs. G. E. (Eva) Dickosn, both of Claresholm; several nieces and nephews. Services in Claresholm United Church, a.m., Wednes- day, with Rev. 0. C. Seward officiating. Cremation to follow. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations to Blairmore Li- brary Fund. Leyden's Funeral Home Ltd., in Charge of Ar- LONDON (AP) Prospects for East-West talks to reduce troops and arms in Europe re main remote despite the new Soviet-West German non-ag- gression treaty, diplomatic sources said today. Informants Said it would be at least four months before the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza- tion responds to the latest So- viet proposal for talks on mu- tual reduction of arms in Eu- rope. Although Bonn and Moscow are renouncing the use of force against each other and recogniz- ing existing borders in Europe, troops and arms on both sides of the cold war frontiers are likely to remain at existing lev- els indefinitely. Talks on mutual arms reduc- tions are proposed for a Euro- pean security conference, an rangements. C9576 58 MALE HELP WANTED ATTENTION leiffti Product, r'or clel.vh V.' T. Rawloirjh Co. Ltd, Department v< ?MI 539 Henry Ave., Winnipeg 2, Manitoba, ates than all olher privals schools com- bined in the following vocation. COMPUTER PROGRAMMING COMPUTER OPERATING KEYPUNCH INCLUDING IBM, UNIVAC (PUNCH MOHAWK ENCODERS (TAPES) DRAFTING ARCHIT., MECHAN., STRUCT. We arc enrolling now for summer and fall classes. For full.information write; McKAY TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 10012 107th ST. EDMONTON C934M5 63 MUSIC TEACHERS PIANO AND THEORY 725 St. S., 328-3208. 534Q-ff Requires eight !o tsn hours per week. Earn to S800 and up monthly in- come. Investment secured 100'p b y inventory. Give your phone number and write Box ua. Herald. 5510-15 PIANO LESSONS TOR BEGINNERS. Inquire 328 5033. 5.110-13 TUITION OM GUITAR 337-SM7. 6950-If PIANO STUDENTS sons starting in 3153, WANTED. LF.S- j (all. Phone 3.15- i siao-u i WHAT AN OPPORTUNITY! Imagine owning your own hotel! All brick in construction. Very, very well maintained and showing extreme- ly high returns. Located in thriving and sports-minded Town !n southern Alberta. Owner most sell immediately due to health reasons and will consider all rfi.iscr.sble offers on full price and tn. -HIS. Will accept Lembridcjc resi- dential property in trade. Don't pass up this opportunity if you wish to operate your own business. Details to qualified buyers. ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES 328-813.1 U.S. Governors Envy Nixon's Popularity LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo. (AP) governors generally rate President Nix- on's popularity high among the voter's, and they hope some of it rub off on their own cam- paigns in an autumn race against odds which favor Demo cratic state house gains. Democrats forecast inroads into the 32-to-18 majority the Republicans now enjoy among governors, and the chairman of Hhe Republican Governors Asso- ciation acknowledges the arith- metic favors that outcome. "We have a very difficult road with 35 governors up and 24 of them now said Gov.Raymond P. Shafer of Pennsylvania, the chairman. "The odds are against us." With elections three months away, the state executives began three days of business .sessions at the 62nd National i Governors conference in the I guarded luxury of a lakeside re- sort. CARDS OF THANKS SMITH To the doctors and nurses of the Lethbridge hos- pitals; to Rev. Cristield; to all friends and relatives for visits, cards and for the many kind- nesses I received during my re- cent illness, my sincere thanks and appreciation. Edith M. Smith. DORAM I wish to extend my most sincere thanks to my doctors and the nurses of the hospitals; to all my friends and relatives who brightened my days during my hospitalization by their visits, gifts of flowers and cards, etc. Doram. J557 Defence Lawyers Fall Out LOS ANGELES (AP) A rif appears to be developing in thi defence team in the Sharon Tate murder trial. Three law yers have accused Charles M Manson's lawyer of trying to "dump" three women co-de- fendants to help Manson's case Manson. the shaggy-haired clan leader accused of ordering the women to kill Miss Tate anc: six others, joined the attack Monday on his own lawyer, Irv- ing Kanarek. "I object to my Manson told the judge. "He's not speaking for me." The complaints about Kana- rek came during his sixth day of cross-examination of the state's chief witness, Linda Kas- abian, who was granted immun- ity from prosecution Monday. He hammered away at details of the night a year ago, when the beautiful actress and four others were slain at her Bel Air mansion. Other lawyers said the tesli- COOK We wish to express sincere thanks to our relatives, friends and neighbors for their many messages of sympathy, flowers and food during the loss of our dear husband and father. We would also like to thank the doctors and staff of the Car- mangay and Lethbridge hospit- als, Rev. Elliott and Hev. King, )allbearers and honorary pall- jearers, and all those who donated money which will be ;iven to the Dorothy Gooder School for Retarded Children. Jpecial thanks to Martin Bros. Funeral Home for all their help and assistance bereavement. Mary in our recent Cook, Gilbert mony was repetitious. They ob- jected particularly to accounts of the roles of two women de- fendants in the killings. Paul Fitzgerald objected suc- cessfully six times to Kanarek's questions concerning his client, Patricia Krenwinkel, 22, and op- posed introduction into evidence of a picture of the bloody body of one victim. OBJECTION SUSTAINED "The picture is prejudicial and Fitzgerald said. The judge ruled the pic- ture would not be admitted until Kanarek laid a proper founda- tion for questioning. Kanarek dropped the subject. lin and Hie Soviet bloc. The Warsaw pact nations at a meeting in Budapest in June re- vised their proposed agenda for a European security conference and agreed for the first time to include talks on "the reduction of foreign armed forces on the territories of European states." WILL AWAIT MEETING Sources here said the NATO allies would not respond before their foreign ministers meet in Brussels in December. Two neutral Europsan gov- aiid Finland have been actively press- ing for a European security con- ference. Both have offered their capital cities for preparatory talks. But the soiu'ces here said these proposals also would have fo await thi NATO meeting in December. Some NATO nations, notably the United Stales and Britain, long have been skeptical of the value of a European security conference without thorough preoaration. There is concern in some Western capitals that the Rus- sians could use the conference as a propaganda forum' and as a confirmation of the formal in- ternational recognition the Western nations are unwilling to concede to East Germany. The Western and the Com- munist allies have agreed that both West Germany and East Germany would attend the con- ference even though the West- ern allies do not recognize the East German regime. In Ottawa, informants said the Canadian position remains unchanged since the NATO meeting at Rome in May. At that time, Canada agreed with the NATO proposal for :alks with the Soviet bloc on Toop reductions as a prelude to any general European security conference. The NATO proposal was re- jected only a few days later by Communist Romania during a visit there by External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Svcndbard, lard Nielsen, 28, Denmark's na- ional cycling champion in the 00-kilometres team road race who collapsed in a race and was ata- pronounced dead; of. an 'acute heart attack." New Dhakrovarty, 82, a leader in the Iruggle for independence from British rule; of a heart attack. New Singh, eader of the right-wing S'watan- ra party in the Punjab legisla- te, shot fatally at his village arm near Patiala, 150 miles orth of New Delhi. W a t- ns, 68, veteran Delaware County Republican leader tho [represented the 9th District of Daye S h i n n, representing ura. me "'strict of Susan Atkins, 21, objected to 1 H Wh- question eliciting testimony el6uCted. House ln lm- Robert Jr. and Linda. Whip up now vest in fluffy puff stitch. Easy! Go to new fashion lengths this year! Jiffy-crochet vest, cardi- gan coat of worsted with N'o. Ji plastic iiook. Tops, skills, dress- es, pants. Pattern 7224: NEW sizes 10-12 included. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling THE LETIIBRIDGFJ HEHAI.D Readers Mail Limited BO Front Street VVest Toronto J, Ontario. Alberiau Wins Soil Award TORONTO (CP1 An Alta- ian was among 30 college and university students awarded scholarships today for the 1970- 71 school year by the Soil Con- servation Society of America. Announcement of the awards was made at the society's an- nual meeting. Ernest M. Barber, of In- nisfree. AlUt.. received a sclvolarship. He is a third-year agricultural engineering student at the University ot Alberta. 5601 GUNDLOCK We wish to express our sincere thanks to all oui' friends who have been so kind to us in our recent be- reavement of a husband, father and grandfather. We wish to thank all those who sent cards, flowers, food and donations to the memorial funds, also to Bie pallbearers and Rev. J. Elhard. We wish to express our apprec- iation to the ladies of the church who served owing Uie service. lunch Also special thanks to t'ne staff of the Edith Cavell Nursing Home, to Mrs. Betty Paskuski and to the staff of the Haig Clinic. Gundlock, Gordon and Colleen Evans, Bonnie Jean and Nancy. 5595 IN MEMORIAM DE VLOO In loving mem- ory of a dear son and brother, Gordon Maurice De Vloo, who passed away August 11, 1968. As long as we live, we will cherish your name, In memory we see you ever the same. Still in our hearts you arc living yet, For we loved you too dearly ever to forget. Beautiful memories, dearer than gold; Of you, Gordon, whose worth can never be told. Alive and unseen he stands by our side And whispers "Dear, don't grieve, death cannot divide." remembered, sadly missed by mom. dad, sis- lei's, Snra'n. Margery. Dor- othy, Paul and family. i o n eliciting testimony about a conversation Mrs. Kas- abian said she had with Miss Atkins. Later, Ronald Hughes, coun- sel for Leslie Van Houten, 20, told reporters he felt Kanarek was hurting the defence case with his cross-examination. "He's turned her from an in- credible witness into a credible said Hughes. "He's hurting us by getting into the crime. I keep asking him to stop. He sort of ignores ie." Fitzgerald said the original defence plan was to proceed on the theory that all four defend- ants are not guilty and depend- ent upon one another in their defence. Kanarek has "slipped from the he said. a heart attack. Canada, Tunisia Broaden Ties TUNIS (Reuters) Canada and Tunisia are to extend and broaden their cultural relations, it was announced Monday. A joint communique published at the end of an official visit here by the Canadian secretary of state for' cultural affairs, Ger- ard Pelletier, said this would in- volve an increased exchange of films, radio and television broadcasts and the holding of cultural weeks. Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance proven to shrink hemorrhoids. ..and repair damaged tissue. A renowned research institute with a lualing substance (Bio- has found a unique healing sub- Dyne) which quickly helps heal stance tlic ability to shrink injured cells and stimulates hemorrhoids painlessly. H re- Erowthofnewlissuc.Bio-Dyncii licvcs itching and discomfort in offered in ointmcntand supposi- minulcs and speeds up healing lory form called Preparation H, of the injured, inflamed tissues. 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