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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 72 UCINCED NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP PAY CARE CENTRE six weeks to six years. Phone 378-2635. Baby Centre 323-2509. C4M8-tf KINDERGARTEN PRE STRATICN. PHONE 327-4521 C1000-31 75 MUSIC TEACHERS MUSIC LESSONS. BRASS-PEEDS- STRING AND PERCUSSION. V. DlT- RICH. 327-1790. 8W-22S VIOLIN LESSONS. O.8. A.N 632 21st St. 5. Phone 327- 6956. 8082-tf GUITAR AND AC- cordion lessons. Berti School of 2W6 South Parkside Drive. Phone 327- 3115. SUSAN YOUNG GARRIE A U of A is now accepting students in and theoretical subjects. 1014 7th St. N. 328-9411. 8999-7 THE MUSIC STUDIO 214 13 TrT. For instruction in classic and popular bass guitar and piano. Special f o r students starting in 1973. Phone 329-4252. 8319-1 LESSONS THE- jry. Students prepared for exams. Dennis A. Mus. T C L. A.R.- 0. Registered music 'eacher. 4th South. Phone 329-3250. 7874.265 76 SEWING SERVICES DRESSMAKING AND REPAIRS 'hone 329-3237. 8761-5 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT 3ANCE BAND FOR ALL OCCASIONS. DITRICH. 327-1790 EJ59-22S ENTERTAINMENT EER GROUPS. AVAILABLE ALL OCCASIONS ETC. PHONE 328-2867. C4951-tf THE MOCN GLOWS Music for all occasions PHONE DON CODY AFTER 7PM 9701 -tfn 78 LOST AND FOUND -OST EIGHTEEN MONTH OLD MALE Sealpoint Siamese Xnswers to 2J15 Bin Ave. A N. 'hone 327-6460 6944-1 .OST GREEN STONE PIERCED set in geld at Lion's Pod. Sold loap earring lost at Senatcr Bu- hanan Playground. Reward. Phsne I2B-8698. 8969-8h .OST THREE YEAR OLD PINTO tallion. Lssf seen cf Bar- '-s Brown and white Contsct Rcy 236-2102 S533-31 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES REGISTERED TINY TOY SILVER poodle Phone 329-0100. C7IM NUMEROUS USED AQUARIUMS FOR sale. 1268 4th Ave. N. MM-5 SEVEN MONTH OLD FEMALE Alaskan Malamute Husky. J50. Phone 327-1338. M32-31 SOUTHALTA KENNELS OFFERS comfortable boirdlng for ptts. Individual attention. Barnwell. 223-4130 Cl 694-1 ONE PUREBRED HUNGARIAN Vista femaii hunting dog. Eight months old. Phone Champion. 8970-1 KEHOUGH'S DOG OBEDIENCE classes commence September 11 and September 13 a f Kaleidarts Bldg. at 7 p.m. sio.GO tor 9 weeks. Karen Carney will Instruct. Conformation for five weeks at 8 p.m. on Thursdays. Pnont 327-5073. W7M5H 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES RESTAURANT IN LETHBRIDGE Hotel for lease. Apply in person. C1050-tf YOUR CHANCE TO BUY AN INDE- pendent grocery store in irrigated district of southern Alberta. Excellent revenue family or individual. Write Box Herald 8971-7 WELL ESTABLISHED DRUG STORE for sale in prowmg southern Alberta town. Hospital and doctors. Area ser- vices in excess cf six people. For particulars write Box Herald. 8835-1 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. PHONE 328-3331 with the Multiple Listing Service CLARESHOLM Busy drapery and drygoods business fo- sale al sacrifice price Owner's ill health only reason for selling. Bocks open to meaningful buyer. Call Peggy Raelafs at 327-5692. M.L S. C-T DEATHS JOHNSON Aug- ust Arvid ag- ed 81 years of Alber- beloved brother of Mrs. Mil- dred H. B.C. and Fred C. Chilli- B.C. He was predeceas- ed by four brothers. Born at .Minnesota. Mr. John- son came to the Granum dis- trict with his parents in 1902 where they farmed. Mr. John- son farmed at Coutts for a snort returning to Granum and residing there since. Services at Leyden's Chapel of Remember- ance at Saturday at 2 Pastor Richard Han- son officiating. Interment Clar- esholm Cemetery. C1710 BRACHA Trenton beloved son of Allen and Donna Bracha of 520 McKillop passed away in Calgary. Aug- ust 1973 at the age of two born in Leth- 1971. He years. He was bridge August leaves to mourn his passing be- DEATHS PANKRATZ Passed away in the city on Thursday. Aug- ust Rev. David Pank- ratz at the age of 68 bs- loved husband of Mrs. Anna Pankratz of Coaldale. FuneraJ arrangements will be Announc- ed when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral service. cms DEATH T1GHE Gladys Bonnie beloved mother of Ronald Mitchell of Vancouver. passed in Calgary on August following a lengthy illness at the age of 54 years. Funeral services will be held September at p.m. in the Christensen with Rev. Ken Morris officiating. In- terment 'will follow in the Mountain V i e w Cemetery. MRAZEK Passed away in CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- Sir m-n _ Custodian told to seize mutual fund group assets FREDERICTON A was appointed by the New 'Brunswick Supreme the city on Augus Mrs. Emily Mrazec at the age of 43 beloved wife of Mr. Steve Mrazec of Shaughnessy. Born in Vrbove. the late Mrs. Mrazek came to Canada in 1935 to the Iron Springs district mov- ing to the Shaughnessy district in the early 1940's where she has resided until her passing. Besides her loving shs is survived by her parents. Mr. NERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. U.S. farm prices up 20 per cent WASHINGTON Prices farmers get for raw products soared a record 20 per cent in August and averaged 62 rm1 i per cent more than a year ear- Court Thursday to seize any re- maining assets of IOS a worldwide mutual fund pending a decision on an appli- cation to have Ihe company liq- uidated. Mr. Justice David Diekson appointed Jean Romeo Lajoie of the federal department of con- sumer and corporate affairs of IOS as he adjourned a hearing on the liquidation application until FUNERALS HERMAN Funeral service for Mrs. Isabella be- loved wife of Mr. Nat Herman.j of formerly of 816 12tn St. S'.. who died at Calgary Aug. after a I the agriculture department i said Thursday. 1 The report was for the month j ended Aug. 15. Department officials said high prices for corn and cotton contributed most to the in- crease. Lower prices were reported and Mrs. Paul Gavoi-a of Leth-ibreif illness the age cf 64 for potatoes. apples and to- three daughters. Linda was held at 10 a.m. Sun- 1 matoes but these only slightly and Sandra of Deb- j Aug. 23. 1973. in Martin offset the large one-month Sept. 13. Mr. Lajoie would simply sides his loving parents his Kd at ternal Mrs. Jen- v bie at two Ken- neth of Vancouver and Lepa- Bros. Traditional Chapel. 8121 3i-d Ave. S.. with M. A. three Myerowitz officiating. Inter- Trcka Leth_ fDnowed in the The record 20 per cent gain resumed an upward spiral in- terrupted in July when the in- sen'e as custodian of any IOS funds he was able to seize in- side or outside Canada until a final decision on the application was the judge said. Mr. Lajoie is a licensed trustee under the federal Bank- Act. The application for liquidation was made under the name of the Ontario public trustee act- ing as administrator of Trans- Global Financial Services an IOS subsidiary whose charter was cancelled by the Ontario government. The move came as authorities in th'j United States and Euroep continued efforts to liquidate IOS holdings around the world. Some past and cur- rent IOS officers face fraud charges. The application was made here because IOS has its legal headquarters at Saint John. N.B. It seeks the appointment of a federal civil servant as liquida- tor of the IOS organization un- der terms of the federal Wind- ing Up Act on the grounds the company is insolvent. David a Fredericton lawyer acting on behalf of the Ontario public provided the court with a copy of the minutes of an IOS directors meeting at Nassau Aug. 1 in- cluding a report from treasurer E.T. Whitcraft urging the com- pany to declare bankruptcy. Barnett of the CTarkson Co. of an auditing testified that a provisional liqui- dator was needed to protect the remaining IOS assets and look after the interests of about 60 IOS employees near Geneva whsre the company based oper- ations. The adjournment in the hear- ing came after William a Fredericton lawyer represent- ing requested more time to prepare his case against the liq- uidation application. _ _ nie Braeha of his McEvoy i section view Ceme- held partly attrib- maternal grandparents Mr. oitawa Mrs E i tery. Martin Bros. Direo and Mrs. John G. Baceda ot of One broth-1 01 of Funeral tv-as in three da Baceda and aunts Mrs. Rhon- Jean IN WARNER .ounty Pcund vi mile west Raymond One dun colored branded on right shoulder. Phone Ray- mond. E505-7 REWARD the return cf or information Icad- ng to the return of an Enalish Setter months old. White with irsnge ears and some orangp ticking in the back Lost Auqusf 27th in vicini- y of 16th St. and 17th Ave. S. Phone SOT-7 79 PERSONAL ROYAL TRUST 323 7th ST. S. Phone 328-7768 COAST-TO-COAST REALTORS TABER New three level six-plex locaied in all new area. Features five two-bed- rcom suites and cne one-bedroom Total revenue per year less expenses. Price includes coin operated washer and dryer and hot water heat- ing. Trades accepied M.L S COALDALE I Exceptionally well kept tnree year eld fourplex in excellent location Shows cood return on equity. refrig- coin cperated was.her and dry- er included in lull price cf Call RAY LAVALLEY at 345-3462 to view. L S. C1709-tf Carol War-mink and two Uncles Spackman of Mrs. of Ncbleford Gary Baceda of Lethbridge and Jay Bracha Cardston. Funeral services 'will be held Septem- ber 1973 at the Christensen Chapel 327 10th St. S. at 11 with Rev. Ken Jordon of- j ficiating. Interment in Arch- mount Memorial G a r d ens. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME Directors j of the 'Funeral Service. C1712 uted then to the adminis- tration's lid on food prices at retail and wholesale prices. _____ i RESTRAINTS LIFTED brother. Paul in 1970. The MALLAL1EU Funeral Those except for John Gavora in Indonesia. cnarge of the arrangements. She was predeceased by one neral service will be htld on vice for William Frederick Mai- Saturday at 3 p.m. in Imman- j lalieu. beloved husband of Mrs. uel Lutheran with Pas- Peggy Mallalieu of 1311 13th St. tor W. Schoepp officiating In- terment -will follow in Arch- mount Memorial G a r d ens. were lifted July 18 or just three days after the beginning of the month covered in the Au- died in the city gust farm price report. Beef Aug. 1973. at the of 66 was held at 3 p.m. controls will be removed Sept. 12. 100 Friends may pay their respects I Aug. in Cattle averaged S51.70 a at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL Martin Bros. Memorial eclipsing the previous 812 3rd Avenue S j 703 13th St. N.. with Rev. Keith phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS.' Churchill officiating. Pallbear- Directors of Funeral Ser- i ers were Harry Morris record of S44 20 set in July. A year ago cattle were S33.60 a 100 pounds. Anti-inflation measures urged PUBLIC NOTICES 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS IOLLEGE STUDENT NEAR 20th ST needs ride to 8 a.m. classes Ph-re IZ8-2987. X3215-31 rWO McGILL STUDENTS REQUIRE ide to Montreal V.MI share xpsnses. Phone 32S-0776. S907-1 EXERCISE FOR HEALTH AND VEIGHT CONTROL. PHONE 327-2151 A.M.-B P.M. EB31-27S SCOUTS are Boy Scouts with pecial water emphasis. 327-6101 G60W1 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-80J9 or after 7-30 p.m. SIRTH CONTROL AND INFORMATION lentre. Counselling information eferrals concernirg birlh mwa-ited sterilization. Srcup preseniattons available. 7th it S Pho-e 228-0196 Cli93-tt MORTGAGE MONEY Formers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-55X8 MORTGAGES All typss of mortgage i In small and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. 328-3251. C77i9-tf Schwartz Agencies Ltd. College Phone 328-3331 Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest- rates available First and second mortgages. C1591-1 90 CONTRACTS FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS DEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND CONTACT AL ANON GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES 'ARE OF P.O. BOX LETH- ALBERTA. 327- JEAN. 327-8340 1636-ifn 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS ULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP or rent. Phone 653-3182 or laroston. 4148-ff FENCES BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. etc Hauling Jim 328-3983 24SOA-tf CIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- 3RIDGE 328-8962. C3751-tf EAVESTROUGHING AND lainting Interior and exterior decor- itiinj. Free estimates. 328-1258. 2559-lf GENERAL ELECTRIC awn mower rebuilding service. Sarc Repair 1011 3rd Ave. S. 327-265o. 2W3-tf STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber corporate etc. Same day service. 1533 Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf SALES AND SERVICE. SER- on all makes of washers and autcmatic or conventional. Also ill small lawn vacuum etc. No OQ large or loo small LETHBRIDGE 90S 3id Ave. C7353-H 84 GARDENING ECONOMY PAINTING AND DECOR- ating Very very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 328-4570 5542-tf PAINTERS. QUALIFIED W O R K guaranteed. Free estimates. Phone 326-6511. 7169-1f QUALITY CEMENT WORK S1DE- etc. Rea- sonable prices. Phone 327.3432. Free estimates. 6007-S25 I GARAGE CEMENT WORK and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenscn 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone C7377-lf PUBLIC NOTICE The Counril of the Town of Picture Butte do hereby apply to the Provin- cial Planning Board to dispose of Ihe Public Works Reserve Parcel Plan tlU 01 as it is not necessary A. A Public Park B. A Public Recreation Area C. A School Site D A Planted Buffer strip between an industrial and a residen- tial area A public hearing be held Mon- September 10th 7.03 p.m. in Tovi Council Chambers. All persons wishing to object this disposition thall submit written objections to the Town Administrator prior to the day on which the heerlng is held. E. Town Administrator NOTICE OF HEARING GRAND FORKS FIELD APPLICATION NO. 7206 TAKE NOTICE that the Energy Re- sources Conservation Board will hold a public hearing at the offices of Ihe 603 Avenue S.W. on September 1973. at the cf a.m. for the purpose of hearing representations concerning an application by Bow Riv- er Pipe Llnss Ltd. for B permit to construct a secondary line for Ihe transmission of crude in the Grand Field Copies cf the apolication and Inform- ation and particulars filed In support thereof may te obtained from the anolicant. Bow River Pine Lines 610 Elveden 717 7 Avenue S T2P OZ3. Any interedted person intending to make a submission with respect to this application shall on cr before Seo- tember ten cooies of the sub- mission with the Avenue T2P and two copies of the submission with the apnlicait at its above address DATED at Alberts on Aug- ust 1973. N. A. Board M3 Avenue. S W Alberta T5P OTJ vice MacFarlane. Leo Jack j Hogs were a 100 C17M Bob Baird and up from the previous _____ Wilson Honorary p-ulbearers nigh of in July and in were Frank Wil's. August last year. GAYDOS Passed away in j Kerr Jim at a record S4.45 per the city on August j Biac'K jock still and Frank exceeded by 29. following a brier ill-1 ness. Mrs. Rose Gaydos at the age of 79 of 326 13th St. i of the arrangements. beloved -wife of the late Mr. Joseph Gaydos. Born raised and educated in Hungary the late Mrs. Gaydos came to Can- ada in December 192S and set- tled in where she has resided until moving to Martin Bros the July average. In August last e-tors of Funeral Sen was year wheat was SI 51. Corn rose to per CARDS OF THANKS NESTOROWICZ Stephania. friends and neighbors om lids icaiucu until uruviiiy tu i c Claresholm in 1941. She return- for their many acts of _ under- ed to Lethbridge in 1961 and sympathy arid bushel. has resided until her pass- during our recent bereave- the highest in this from in July and year ago. Soybeans were S8.99 per bushel in recovering from in July but still short of the set in June. In they were ing. She is survived by one daughter. Mrs. Helen Markus of one son. Mr. Steve Gaydos of four grandchildren and one sis- ter in the old country. She was a member of the Hungarian Olckimer's Club. Prayers will be said on Friday eve- at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Avenue phone 325- for the the beau- tiful flowers and ive say Your concern has been deeply appreciated. and family 9005-1 Price freeze extended OTTAWA in the old-age pensions due in October cheques will take into account higher living costs over the last few Prime Minister Trudeau told the Com- mons. But Mr. Trudeau rejected a request by Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield that tire cost- of-living increases take effact as of July 1. Demands for government ac- tion to curb rising prices by in- creasing subsidies on -uheat used increasing pensions to cancel out higher prices and other suggestions dominated the first question pe- riod since the Commons rose couver Kings way 1 was jeered by Conervativs MPs when she moved a motion asking that the powers of the food prices re- view board be strengthened to allow it to roll back what it con- sidered unjustified increases. were you when we needed shouted one Con- a reference to the NDP joining with the Liberals to pass legislation establishing the food board. Conservatives voted against it saying it didn't have sufficient powers. NDP Leader David Lewis asked the government to pre- pared legislation to fight in- flation and it after the railway legislation is passed. late in July for its summer va-' All of the required cation. Mr. Trudeau said the govern- ment was prepared give in alleviating Cana- dians seriously affected by in- but asked opposition leaders to be patient. Both Conservative and New Democratic speakers said in- f 1 a t i o n-fighting legislation should be introduced as soon as the House passes legislation to force striking railway workers back to jobs. Grace Maclnnis QUICK thanks and deepest appreciation to our friends and neighbors for the many warm i acts of kindness shown to us unanimous consent and Liberal supporters declined to give it. It was a noisy beginning and served notice to the government that the opposition parties are not prepared to resume their summer break immediately after the railway bill is passed. Pattern 4730 8-18 10V Requiem Mass will be cel- ebrated on Saturday at a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic with Rev. Father M. Gillis OMJ celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in Mount Cal- vary Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 3rd Avenue phone 328-2361. j io bear. Thank during our tragic bereavement. thanks to Ed and the the Mac- leod Cadet the Legion and its to those who donated to the Cadet Memorial fund for our son and Bob Quick. The food and all other expressions of sympathy helped to make our MARTIN BROS. LTD.. you all so much. PRIVATE Homes only Complete painting service. Reasonable rates. Guaranteed work. For free estimates phone 328-0363. _ 7053-31 FRED STEINER CEMENT old basements water proofing. In- sured. fret estimates. Phont _____ _ C3Ml-1f ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- I ING. PHOME JONES Ml- 57J5 C1934.il ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK and prorr.Df ser- I vice. Reasonable Phone Mike 327-3316 or 328-1416. 7573-85 SALES AND MOV- ng of mature trees. Spruce Tree 32e-5B06. 9002-31oct. BOX NUMBER REPLIES 3 8 13 19 21 24 1JD lil 145 MT Ol ALI'FRTA tors of Funeral Service. Most WCB complaints invalid C17J5 -1 Quick and family. MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. trimming and fell- ng. Call 328-2094 or 327-1323. 7030-tf LANDSCAPING AND iew lawns seeded. Phone 329-03W 3600-11 Still EVERGREENS SHADS TREES UP TO 12 FT. ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES ALTA. CLOSED SUNDAYS C8440.H 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES REGISTERED BLACK iliadee Kennels. 327-6377. 8870-1 FOR SALE FEMALE GERWAN Shepherd. Phone 328-8920. 8C71-1 3000 HOMES WANTED FOR FIVE female puppies. Phone ri.ral. 9003-1 r-OR SALE BLACK LAB GOOD ivltli children. Phone 752-21 Ray- mind. 9004-1 SHORTHAIR POINTER C -J setter cross puppies sale. i Phone 8602-31 PART SIAMESE PERSIAN KITTENS Iv.-o ss each. Pure Bluepolnl Siamese female one year Eve. linos only 328-0851. 8834-5 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO TENDERERS Tenders will be accepted unril noon September 1973 for weekly garbage collections in that part of Improve- ment District No. 5 lying West of Bleirmcre. For details I. D No. 5 Ad- visory c-o C. H. Box Alberta. AW TENDERS FOR STRAW Tenders are invited for the supply and delivery of 175 tons bedding straw to the Agriculture Canada Re- search Lethbridge. elds on all or any portion will be considered. Bids wll close on For further information and quotation request forms C. G. Assistant Agriculture Canada Research Lethtrldge. 327-4561. A69 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Tenders will be received by un- dersigned until 12 noon September 1973 for the Installinq backfilling of approximately XSO feet of sawer line plus the construction nf In blcck plan C. U. Alberta. All will bt supplied. For details John Alberta. Lowest er any tinder not ntceisar- lly Accepted. A6S Sealed tenders will be received by the up to Edmon- ton time on September at the Design and Construction Division Of- located en the Floor of the Milner 10040 104 Ed- tor the construction of ttie steel pipeline to replace the existing wocd stave syphon in Newton Coulee on the Mountain View Aetna Main Canal. The structure site is located approxi- mately two miles south west of near the existing syphon structure in 25-2-26-4. The main items of work and approxi- mate quantities are as Supply and construction of steel pipe- line ft. Compacted earthfitl embankment 900 cu yd. cf small concrete and wsod trestle structure. Tenders shall be clearly marked View Aetna Main Canal Newton Syphon Contract No. Plans and specifications may be ob- tained from the located st Ad- ministration Lethbridge and the J. J. Bowlen Room 620-7th Avenue on deposit of bv cash or certified cheque made payable to the Provincial Treas- urer cf the Province of Alberta. Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or Bid Bond made payable to the Provincial equal to of tne an under- taking on the part of the proposed surety and such otner forma at ipecl- fled In the tender documents. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily M accepted. E. E. D.V.M Deputy Minister Department of Environment A78 C1695 SMEED It was not only at the passing of our dear mother. Mrs. Emily but sll the 1 love and consideration of rela- tives and friends through the i years that will always be a I precious memory. Our thanks i to the grandsons who were pall- to Canon R. W. Cow- i a-i all the wonderful friends for 1 beautiful those who serv- ed the lunch. To Dale Martin JASPER Most com-i for his kindness. Special thank- plaints brought to George Me- you to Mrs Belly Peskusky and Clellan against the Workmen's i staff of the Edith Cavell Nurs- Comoensalion Board are in-1 ing Home -were most kind says the Alberta ombuds- i to her during her three years man as a patient there. Until can But Mr. McClellan told dele- '.personally thank everyone gates to the 47th annual con- j please accept our thanks from vention of the Association i our hearts. The Cost of Workmen's Compsnsation Wrn. 1 Riley Fred Smeed Roy Smeed Al Parker Ella Smeed families. WASHINGTON The government Thursday extended the retail price freeze on gaso- line for an additional week to give gasoline retailars more time to post new gasoline price ceilings. The ceilings had been sched- uled to go into effect but were delayed by a court challenge brought by gasoline retailers The effect of Thursday's ac- tion on gasoline supplies over the Labor Day weekend was not known. The extension of the price freeze until Sept. 7 is the third for gasoline prices. It originally was scheduled to expire Aug. 12. A new system of price ceil- ings will replace the price freaze. The Cost of Living Council says it should force many gasoline retailers to lower prices from one to three 1 cents a gallon. Each retailer must post on his gasoline pump by Sept. 7 special stickers that list the gasoline ceiling plus the octane rating. Retailers may obtain the j stickers from any one of j local post offices around the I Pattern 7129 Boards of Canada that he often gives additional information to those who complain. that happens. I find i the board willing -to give every attention to new He said he accepts complaints originating from years back al- though there was supposed to be a 12-month age limit on the problems to be investigated. May Nickson of Statistics Canada told the meeting a cen- tralized data bank of injuries suffered by the work forces was needed. of Living Council made clear there was not enough time for the retailers to put the ceilings into even though an Appeals Court Wednesday granted a stay of a lower court ordsr that prohib- jted enforcement of the ceilings. about one million 16 per cent of the She said Canadians nation's work force suffer work related injuries annual- Stephen Pyke of Halifax was elected president of the associ- ation and W. J. Johnston of Winnipeg was elected vice- presidsnt. Board members include Char- les a commissioner for the Alberta board. HODNETT We extend deep- est and sincerest appreciation to Fort Maclcod and south Al- berta for sharing our sorrow. Words cannot express how much your support has meant to us. Special thanks to those who do-1 nated to the Rennie Hodnett Memorial Youth to those who sent food and who came to visit. To Mr. Mr. Miss Mrs. McLean and the choir for your we are indebt- ed. Every expression of sym- pathy and friendship will ever be treasured. We fael very humble to be a part ot this com- munity Phil and Chriotel Hod- nett. C1696 The extension of the freeze and the ceiling prices also ap- ply for diesel fuel. 21-2U11 salute Toss everything in this bag that's so New. thrifty to Gath- er fabric circles into yo-yo rosettes for carryall bag. Sizes 10. 14. II ornlc nanel with mushroom Half Sizes orate panel with mushroom embroidery. Pattern transfer 2 directions. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for i each pattern cheque I or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class for IH'esideill mailing and special handling J i Rt-fw-iVs carp nf Fla. Roma- nian President Nicolai Ceau- sescu and his wife were greeted by a 21-gun salute as they ar- rived in Cuba Wednesday from Bucharest. In a broadcast moni- tored iri Radio Havana said Ceausescu and a delegation from the Romanian Communist party were met at the Havana airport by Prime Minister Fidel Castro. Alice care of Print plainly PATTERN ADDRESS. Totally New U73 Needlecraft Catalogue crammed with crochet crafts. 150 designs. FREE directions. 75 cenis. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Ave. Ont. MTT4P7 All-seasons wardrobe1 S e w panlsuit in any of five young versions. Crochet cape in easy shell stitch. Printed Pattern Miss- 18. 16'2. PLEASE STATE DRESS SIZE. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in coins for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly ADDRESS. STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE care of THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Ave. Onl. MIT 4P7 Print plaitJy PATTERN NUM. YOUR NAME AND AD- and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT ;