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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 - THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD - Thurtdey, February 25, 1971 43 TRAILERS - CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT TEN BY 43 FT. FURNISHED MOBILE home. Phono 3�->(560. -189B-1 SIXTEEN FT. TRAILER. EXCEL-lent condition. Sleeps five. J1200. Phone 327-563B, alter 6 D.m. .1899-1 COALHURST MOBILE HOMES PARK -Lots tor rent. Mobile homes (or SALE. Phone 327-37.U. Cle87-tf BOELS - AERO, 16 FT., SELF-CON-lained holiday trailer. Phone 327-3191. �1941-1 1955 GMC BUS CAMPER. PROPANE stove and light - sleeps four, $750. Phone 327-1316. .1925-25 10 x -IB MOBILE HOME - FUR-Ished or unfurnished, on lot. Phone 328-6085, atter 5:30 p.m. 4450-25 SIXTEEN FT. HOLIDAY TRAILER- Sell-contained. Excellent condition. 327-3056 or 327-3276. 3513-26 TEE PEE HARDTOP TENT 1RAIL-er with sink, burners and table. Phone 345-3630. 5049-26 TENT CAMPER - BUILT FOR HALF Ion. Sleeps four. Never used. *200. 867-2208, Foremost, call after 6 p.m. 5034-27 IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE experts install your Ezy-llft or frame hitch. SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. C5151-tf 1970 DETROITER TRAILER 12x56 FT. Two bedrooms, carpeted. Like new. Porch Included. Phone 328-7460. 4431-25 58 MALE HELP WANTED WANTED - GENERAL LABORER. Reliable middle-aged. Lethbridge Rendering. Phone 328-1336, before 5 p.m. C3437-tf REQUIRE PROCESS OPERATOR with fourth class steam engineer papers. Prefer under age 45. Shift work Involved. Good wages. Apply Mr. Sproul, Western Canadian Seed Processors Ltd. C35S5-6 BUTCHER REQUIRED FOR COUN-try store. Should have knowledge of merchandising and managing. State wages, qualifications. Apply Vulcan Food Market, Vulcan, Alberta. 5036-27 Wanted: DRIVER SALESMAN With experience in door to door selling. City route. Applicants preferred between 30 and 50 years old. Bondable and must furnish references. Five-day week. No students. Lethbridge Laundry, 1818 3rd Avenue South C3600-3 EIGHT FT. CAB-OVER CAMPER - Two years old, home made - using Scamper parts. Three burner propane stove, light sink with pump and tank. Jacks, like new. Phone 328-6836 or 328-8287. 5022-27 44 AGRICULTURAL WTO. WANTED - 400 BUS. OF VICTORY seed oats. State price. Phone evenings or mornings, 653-3671. 4843-27 LARGE QUANTITY OF FEED BAR-ley or wheat. Contact Prime Feeders Ltd., Fort Macleod. Phone 234-2098 or 236-3871, evenings. C49I-W Wanted: STEAM ENGINEER with THIRD CLASS papers. Gas fired boilers. 37'/3 hour week. Will interview retired or seml-retlred applicants. LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY 1818 3rd Ave. S. C3594-1 66 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wlfh a drinking problem. Phont 127-8049 or 321-3246, �f?�r 7:30 o.m. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 328-7362. 6394-tf GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SINGER machines, competent ad|ustments to all other makes. Free home estimate. Phone 327-2243. Singer Co. of Canada, College Mall. C3597-tf MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes of washers end dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Phone 327-4456. C/353-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL- Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf 69A WINTER ACCOMMODATION 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED HORSES WANTED - ALL TYPES and sizes. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry - Phone 328-2911. C3659-tf MILCH COWS - CREAM CONTRACT. Write Joe Poppe, Box 774, Lethbridge. 3808-tf WANTED - FIFTEEN HEAD OF young black Angus stock cows to calve early. 738-4392 or 738-4658. 4880-25 DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phone 328-1336, Lethbridge. 223-3567. Taber. C205-tf MR. FARMER - CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3048, Lethbridge. C206-tf 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED WANTED - USED FARROWING crates. Phone 867-2257. 5035-27 WANTED-BROWNIE UNIFORM FOR MEDIUM SIZED SEVEN YEAR OLD. PHONE 327-6751. X1808-3 CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI-ators, batteries. Highest prices. Var-zarl Iron Ltd., 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-9342. C.1147-tf HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals - steels and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6261 C9985-tf SCRAP IRON Coppers - Brass - Radiators - Batteries - Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 23rd St. North C646-tf 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED Cash Paid For Used Trucks and Cars TOWN AMD COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 327-9355 C8460-tf 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME. NORTH side. Phone 328-6971. 4908-27 WILL DO BABYSITTING IN MY own home. Anytime, any age. Phone 328-4953. 4J10-1 Steady employment for man with right ability for steel fabricating shop. If no experience do not apply. Union shop, good wages and fringe benefits. Phone for interview, 327-2161. C3525-26 FULL PART-TIME EVENING WORK Requires two young men (18 to 30 years) to work with our clientele. The single working girl!! Work consists of direct sales. Full company training provided. Applicants to be aggressive, neat dressers! Must have own car. Income range from $240 to $320 weekly, depending on qualifications. For Interview only phone 328-7074. 5023-1 WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT Queen Victoria Inn. Ideal winter furnished accommodation. Indoor neated pool, sauna, downtown, near parks. With or without meals. O f f season rates: Mr. P. G. Hartnell, Mgr., 655 Douglas St., Victoria. 1151-tf 70 GARDENING FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR. GEON - CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2094. �73�-tf PEAT MOSS - FOUR CU. FT. PRES-sure baled, $3.75. Specially prepared planting soli, 50 lbs., $1.50; ground manure, 75 lbs., $1.50. Falrvlew Green-house, 401 43rd St. S. Phone 328-2193. �19,-8-1 ECONOMY TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING - Under Winter Works Program, we are now able to trim trees and hedges very economically. Call us for free estimate-327-2641. C872-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRYERS AND ROASTERS. HELLMUTH Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. C3300-tf MUSICAL? Be a piano and orqan salesman. Make a lifetime career with an international company, selling Heintzman pianos, Hammond and Electrohome organs. Training provided. Salary and commission. If you are married, steadily employed as a salesman and anxious to make a change, contact: H. H. Walton,-Heintzman and Company Ltd., 313 7th St. S, Lethbridge All replies confidential. C3593-3 STARTED TURKEY POULTS-FOUR I to five weeks old. $1.25. Phona 234-3766. ! 3902-tf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES REGISTERED WHITE TINY TOY Poodles - One female, 15 months old, nine In. high; three male pups. Phone 344-2247, Coutts. 4960-2 WANTED - GOOD HOME FOR MALE dog - Lab.-Spaniel cross. Fond of children. Phone after 6 p.m., 327-4107. 4882-25 WANTED ASSISTANT MANAGER FOR SPORTING GOODS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE - REGISTERED PE-kingese puppy; registered Pekingese red female, two years old; purebred Cocker Spaniel puppy. Phone 327-5817. 4816-27h GAILYNE TROPICALS - FRESH water fish, marine fish, goldfish, aquariums, plants, supplies, custom made tanks. We also repair aquariums, pumps, heaters, etc. Phone 327-5017. 4845-tf 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS BOX WRITE 150, HERALD Sales representative with a leading travel trailer manufacturer. Extensive travelling required. Excellent opportunity to participate in the growth of the rapidly e x p a n ding recreation vehicle industry. Reply in confidence to Box 1, Herald. C3595-27 I TEN SEALAND WHITE RABBITS. Ready for breeding. Phone 756-3420, Stirling, S. E. 4846-27 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS MERONIUK - Florence, passed away in the city on Wednesday, February 24, 1971, at the age of 64 years, beloved wife of William Me-roniuk, of 2431 7 Ave. N. Funeral arrangements will be an-n o u n c e d when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3608 McMANUS - Passed away in the city on Monday, Feb* ruary 22, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Irvin Mc-Matius, at the age of 57 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary McManus, of Picture Butte. The funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 27, in Martin Bros. Chapel, 703 13 St. N., with the Rev. A. T. King officinting. Interment will follow in Arch-mount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3609 WELDING SHOP FOR SALE. PHONE 752-3030, Raymond. 1999-2 RESTAURANT IN GOOD LOCATION. Priced right. Write Box 145, Herald. 5024-15 OPPORTUNITY DEVELOP YOUR OWN BUSINESS. Small investment secured by inventory. No fee's. Fantastic earnings. FOR DETAILS AND PERSONAL APPOINTMENT CALL 346-5018 OR 347-1217, RED DEER, ALBERTA. 4883-3 59 MALE - FEMALE HELP WANTED SALES-DEALERS Opportunity for a good Christian man or woman. Very pleasant work. Full time or part time. Reply Box 148, Herald. 4927-27 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED Commercial slot car track, eight lanes, accessories. Fun for all. Real money maker. For more information contact Four Season Hobbies, 124 1st Street, Havre, Montana, 59501. Phone 265-9795. 4897-1 54A LICENCED NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328.2835. C6947-tf COSTANZO'S DAY CARE Children one to six. Planned program. Phone 328-5057. C3U6-26F JUNE'S NURSERY SCHOOL-MORN-ings, and babysitting afternoons. Children throe to six years. Phone 32B-8640, evenings. 3974-tf 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED FOOD SERVICES SUPERVISOR 20 years experience - Moving to southern Albertaa June 1, 1971, seeks position. Mr. M. Maheut, 143 MacKenzie King, St. Jean, Que. 4763-26 WANTED - REGISTERED NURSE General duty, full time. 14 bed modern hospital. Contact Mrs. Mary Tol-son, Supervisor or Walter Taborskl, Administrator, c/o The Ruby Valley Hospital, Box 336, Sheridan, Montana 59749. 4844-27 56 FARM HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED MAN TO OPERATE 100 sow operation. Under a modern confined hog barn. Fully air conditioned, office and shower available. Must be experienced in breeding of sows under confinement. Incentive bonus with basic salary. Modern house and facilities supplied, /.'rite Box 146, Herald. 4926-5 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER wonted - Phone 328-2276, before �:30 P.m. C346I-K BABYSITTER, TO COME IN - 652A llth St. S. Phone 328-1241, between 5-9 n m. 49B5-K LADIES Tarn 115-5120 weekly, part or lull time, minimum 16 hours weekly. Cataloqu-servicing established Fuller 61 TEACHERS WANTED WILLOW CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 28 Requires the following teachers, with duties to commence immediately. FORT MACLEOD -One-Grade seven teacher, Social Studies and Math -One-Senior High School teacher, Social Studies and Geography Please submit application to Mr. R. E. Congdon, Secretary-Treasurer, Willow Creek School Division No. 28, Box 69, Claresholm. C3545-27 74 LOANS I INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial propert I e s. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C3542-27 75 CONTRACTS i BORGE RAVEN - 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C6319-tf SHERMAN - Monday, February 22, 1971, Gladys Yvonne, beloved wife of Mr. Aubrey E. Sherman, 529 28 Avenue N.W., Calgary, and dear mother of Larry, Calgary, , and Bryan, Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is also survived by two brothers, Jean Misner. Innisfail, William Mis-ner, Ontario; one sister, Mi's. June Lail, Newport Beach, California, and one grandson. Services at Leyden's "Chapel of Remembrance" Thursday 10:30 a.m., Archdeacon C. Murray Starr officiating. Cremation. Fowers gratefully declined. If desired, contributions may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 231 7 Avenue S.E., Calgary 21. C3607 KAUPP - Passed away suddenly in Vancouver on Sunday. February 21, 1971, Mr. Xystus Cornelius Kaupp, at the age of 67 years, of Vancouver, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Emily (Trixie) Kaupp. Born in Ohio in 1903, the late Mr. Kaupp came to New Dayton, with his parents in 1909. He farmed until 1942 at which time he purchased the Cowley Hotel. In 1947 he purchased fJie Coaldale Hotel and lived there until 1953, when he moved to Lethbridge. In 1963 he moved to Vancouver, where he has continued to reside until his passing. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. J. (Darlene) Tuttle of Lethbridge; two sons, Deloy of Lethbridge, and Douglas of Australia; three granddaughters and four brothers, Cletus and Enos of New Dayton, Raymond of Lethbridge, and Paul of Pincher Creek. He was also predeceased by his parents and three brothers. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, Feb. 27, at 10:30 a.m. in Assumption Parish Church, with the Rev. Father R. F. deBilly celebrant. Friends will meet for prayers on Friday, February 26 at 7:00 p.m. in Assumption Parish Church. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3610 FUNERALS JOHANSON - Funeral service for Carl Johanson, who died in the city Saturday, Feb. 20, 1971, at the age of 82 years, was held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, 1971, in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. W. Schoepp officiating. Pallbearers were Hans Nordlund, Gunnar Holte, Vern Norman, Carl Swanson, Eric Larsen and Carl Ramstead. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in change of the arrangements. TURIC - Requiem mass for Nikola (Nick) Tunc, beloved husband of Mrs. Frances Turk of 1908 7th Ave. S. who died in the city Saturday, Feb. 20, 1971, at the age of 65 years, was said at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, 1971, in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. R. Troman the celebrant. Pallbearers were Iliya Polovina, Luke Devcic, Frank Krisnik, Matt and John Rudelich and Zivko Krisnik. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Martin B�ros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS FERBY - In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, John Ferby, who passed away February 25, 1983. Years may pass and fade away, But memories of you will always stay, -Ever remembered by his wife Annie, daughter 'Stella and family and son Willie. 5027 **7 NEMETH-In loving memorv of a dear brother and uncle, C. Nemeth, who passed away February 25, 1966. His memory is our greatest treasure. In our hearts he will live forever. -Lovingly remembered by Doug, Mary and family. Gib, Gail and family, Helen and family, George and Mike. 5025 LINDQUIST-In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Art, who passed away February 25th, 1970. A million times we've missed you, A million times we've cried. If love could have saved you, You never would have died; It broke our hearts to see you go. You did not go alone. For part of us went with you, The day that you went home. -Always remembered and sadly missed by his wife Nora, daughters Ethel and Tona and families. .r)n2t5 PARKING PROBLEM SOLVED - At Vancouver International Airport recently, a Northwest Airlines Boeing 707 just wouldn't fit into hanger made for lesser aircraft. Semi-circular holes were carved into each of the twin doors and the problem was solved. After all, why go to all the trouble of building a new hangar for the sake of a few. feet of tail assembly. Battle deaths climb SAIGON (API - The U.S. command reported today the highest weekly American death toll in Vietnam in 5Vj months. A spokesman said there still was no forward movement by South Vietnamese forces in Laos, and a South Vietnamese base 10*1 miles across the border was reported under heavy mortar-and-rocket attack for the third day. The increase in American deaths for the second successive week was attributed to the offensive in Laos to cut the Ho Chi Minh trail. The total of 101 Americans was the largest since 125 died during the week of Aug. 30-Sept, 5. when 87 were killed in action and 38 died from accidents and illness. Ronning loses another blast OTTAWA (CP) - Chester Ronning loosed another blast at United States policy toward Communist China Wednesday, and denied that Peking has expansionist ambitions. The retired Canadian diplomat and onetime special envoy to North Vietnam said the U.S. has tried to isolate China and told the world that the Chinese have isolated themselves. He attacked Washington's "fallacious analysis" of Peking's intentions, and said U.S. policy toward the Peking regime is dangerous for world peace. Mr. Ronning, one of the last Western envoys out of China after the Communists seized control 20 years ago, appeared as a witness before the Senate foreign affairs committee. A native of China who speaks Chinese and is a long-time friend and admirer of Premier Chou En-Lai, Mr. Ronning has Police raid homes of church heads been a frequent critic on the official U.S. attitude to Mao Tse-Tung's government. MUCH GOODWILL He said Wednesday that, for historical reasons, there still is an abundance of goodwill in China for the American people. The president who ended the Vietnam war and established diplomatic ties with Peking would rise to "the highest level of prestige" in China ever attained by an American head of state. Mr. Ronning added the hopeful note that perhaps U.S. policy is changing. "For a long time I thought the Americans were going to beat us to it," he said, referring to Canada's recognition of the mainland regime last fall. Mr. Ronning, who acted as a special peace-seeking emissary to Hanoi for the Pearson government several years ago, told the committee the current Vietnam peace talks in Paris will remain deadlocked as long as the U.S. and South Vietnam refuse to discuss the only issue at stake-a coalition government in South Vietnam. Patte rn PUBLIC NOTICES GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf PAINTING Interior, exterior paintinq, City or country. Free estimates. Phone 327-8721 evenings. 4264-9M ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE - NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. C1936-tf 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY I Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells you how. Phone 328-3636, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-tf 62A TUTORING FRED STEINER - CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water prooflnq. Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. C3661-tf ELEMENTARY TUTORING. EXPERI-enced - Alberta Professional certili- A-l CABINET AND CRAFTS 1518 3rd AVE. S. (REAR) Complete remodeling service - Finish carpentry. General contractor specializing in cabinet work. We build or remodel to your needs. Call 327-8755, day or niqht. 4657-tf inq and accounts Phone 327-1 Ml. 4979-tf SILK AMD V/OOL FINISHER - Experience preferred but will train if applicant is suitable and willing to Ip.irn. Wages commensurate with experience. Apply in person or phone One Hour Martirizing, 328-7576, days or 528-7060, evenings. C35.10.77 WHAT A WONDERFUL FEELING- tO ALWAYS HAVE MONEY FOR riMhe',, vacation'",, appliances, furnl-fur---, education . etc., etc., etc. AVON REPRESENTATIVES DO - YOU CAN TOO! CALL 328-7.12-1 OR V'�ITE MRS M. SCOTT, 2514 23RD t-JW. , C 3 580-2 i-ly hoi rk - R vir.-i norl tc cato. Phone 328-6098, 8-10 a.m., inns. even- I 4881-lf I 63 MUSIC TEACHERS PIANO, ORGAN AND ACCORDION lessons. All ages. Special adult courses. Berti and Higa, 327-0115. C3197-?'P 66 PERSONAL NEED HELP? The A.I.D. Centre - An information-Referral service. Phone 327-7323, IC a.m.-4 p.m., week days. C3150-25F V.'IDOW, NEW TO LETHBRIDGE, would like to meet gentleman In Ms 60'',. Cutinys and entertainment. No tritlers. 'Write Box 144, Herald. 1860-27 Training icuT'ie He-maker -.r-rvicc. Eventually to nric-perrlcntly as hmnemaker v.ith irnns Eureka Social Services Do-en!. Please address application, full particulars to J-c.-i A. Bri'in, Director, '-f ,1-ntivc- S'.'lal Service*,, Ho/ il, , Cualclale, Aloerta. j C:i5J3-27h FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH-BRIDGE, ALBERTA. HAWAII CALLS Special Senior Citizens' 15 day tour to I Inree islands, departing March 2nd ' ,i"'l April 7tn. For further information | phone your travel agent or Adventure lours, 328-7992. ! i C2072-tfh PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER Tenders will be accepted for ihe purchase of one ''a Ton Light Delivery Truck with Deluxe Cab. 15" Wheels with Split Rim, 6 Ply 7:00x15 Tires. 3 Traction and 1 Hi Miler, Short Wheel Base Flare Box. Rlqht Mounted Side Tire; 7 Rear View Mirrors, H.D. Springs and Shocks; Dry Type Air Clpaner, Automatic Transmission. Tenders must be submitted not later than March 8, 1971. Lowest or any bid not necessarily accepted. Bids to be submitted to: R. W. LEGGE Secretary-Treasurer, M.D. of Cardston No. 6. CARDSTON, Alberta. rri NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the matter of the estate of MARY ROSALIND WESTRUP, late of Belle-vue. In the Province of Alberta, Widov/, who - died on or about the 24th day ot December, 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by the 26th day of March, A.D. 1971, a lull statement of their claims and of securities held by them. PRITCHARD, HIGA AND BORAS Barristers and Solicitors, 202 Professional Building, 740 4th Avenue South, Lethbridoe, Alberta. F75 TENDERS Will be accepted for on� J- ton truck chassis: 9000 lbs. gross capacity 4 wheel drive 3 speed automatic transmission 350 cubic inch engine Heavy duty dry type air cleaner j Deluxe cab Heavy duty heater j Heavy duty radiator 2 camp type rear view mirror^ Power steering I Power brakes 5 wheels 3 traction tires 2 rib tires 133 Inch wheel basp Tenders to be submitted by noon , March 8, 1971 to: R. W. LEGGE Secretary-Treasurer, j Municipal District ot Cardston ' No. 6, CARDSTON, Alberta. r 78 i JOHANNESBURG (AP) - South African security police raided the homes and offices today of Anglican church officials, charitable organizations and others in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban and seized a number of documents. The police had search warrants authorizing them to look for materials connected with various banned organizations, including the Communist party and the African National Congress, said Rev. Neil Harrison, Anglican diocesan secretary. Mr. Harrison said officers came to his home and those of his assistant, Rev. Colin Collins, and two women who work for the church. Other places searched included the office of the dean of Johannesburg, an office in St. Mary's Cathedral, the Christian Institute, and the education information centre in the Institute of Race Relations Building. The police also questioned the assistant editor of the Johannesburg Star and the night editor of the Rand Daily Mail. i Mark Collier, Roman Catholic | researcher at the Christian Institute in Johannesburg, said police seized his South African passport. The institute office at Cape Town also was searched. Security Police Chief P. J. Venter said the search was in connection with the investigation of the Anglican dean of Johannesburg, Very Rev. Gonville ffrench-Beytagh. The dean is free on $7,000 bond after being charged last month under South Africa's Suppression of Communism Act. He is scheduled for a court hearing Friday. Dean ffrench-Beytagh is accused of promoting the interests of the South African Communist party and the African National Congress, a black power group. The 59-year-old dean is the most prominent on a lengthening list of churchmen to run afoul of the white-supremacist government. The Anglicans have been especially outspoken against the government's apartheid policy. Five-year financing plan by government suggested TENDER Tenders will be accepted for ^upoly ot Diesel Fuel Gas and Oil for 1971 for the M.D. of Cardston No, 6. Bids to be in the hands of the Secretary-Treasurer, M.D. of Cardston No. 6, Cardston, Alberta, by 12 noon, March 8, 1971. Lowest or any bid not necessarily accented. R. W. LEGGE Secretary-Treasurer, M.D. of Cardston No A, CARDSTON. Alberta, r-77 Hepburn bitten W E S T HARTFORD, Conn. (Renter) - Actress Katherine Hepburn received treatment for a bite on her hand after a scuffle with a former employee, charged with burglary after breaking into the star's home. The suspect, Louella I West, 5-1, was fired last week i for being "very rude," Miss I Hepburn's mother said. 7165 Fascinate all eyes with this witty, colorful, cozy quilt. VERY EASY. VERY VIVID -just two patches for gay Bow-Tie quilt. Each block is 10". Combine prints and solids. Pattern 7165: patch patterns, charts, single, double sizes. FIFTY CKNTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) - add 15 cents for each pattern forr first-class mailing and special handling-to: THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto t, Otnarm EDMONTON (CP) - Governments should operate on a five-year financial basis rather than from year to year, Peter Wildlife loss above normal EDMONTON (CP)-The decrease in wildlife in Alberta will be "SO per cent above normal," Chuck Hagland, lands and forests information officer, said here. "The .situation isn't as bad as we thought it was going to be because February has been a warm month," but he warned the situation, "is still not good." Mr. Hagland said March will be the critical month because much of the wildlife is bearing young at that time of year and new growth docs not begin until April, resulting in a possible food shortage in March if snow or freezing rain comes in abundance. Lougheecl. Alberta Progressive Conserva tive Leader, said lie re. This would result in a more stable approach to provincial development, larticularly in the construction industry, he said. Sneaking to the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce, the I opposition leader said there would have to be agreement on both sides of the legislature because the traditional position is that the House can only appropriate money for one fiscal year. This would have to be continued in the operating end of government. However, he suggested establishment of at least "a general concurrence with a five-year capital financing plan," which would result in better planning. Test ban scheme urged GENEVA (Reuter) - Canada said today underground nuclear weapon testing is the most urgent matter before the Geneva disarmament conference and proposed as a first step the adoption of a limited agreement which would ban underground tests big enough to be detected by existing or potential seismo-logical methods. Canadian delegate George lg-natieff told the 25-nation conference the 1963 partial test ban which prohibited test explosions in the atmosphere had not significantly curtailed the nuclear arms race or testing. In fact, the number of tests had increased every year since 1963. He acknowledged that an agreement on underground testing was closely linked with the Soviet-American strategic arms limitation talks, but said that pending an agreement by the two super-powers the Geneva conference should clear away as many as possible of the entanglements in the path to a solution of the verification problem. Britain and the United States have reiterated since the conference resumed this week that a number of on-site inspections were still needed in any underground test ban, while the Soviet Union insisted Tuesday that an agreement should be based on national means of detection and repeated Moscow's rejection of on-site inspections. ACCOMMODATE SHIPS Canada's ports annually accommodate 125,000 ship arrivals. Whist party COALHURST (HNS) - The Hilltoppers Gymkhana Club will hold a whist and crib party at the Coalhurst Elementary School Feb. 27 at a p.m. Prizes will be given for highs and lows. Coffee will be served. Renewals are now due and new members are welcome. Renewal deadline is March 31. Deadline for new membership is April ;i0. Application forms can be obtained from Mrs. Elsie Lumley, Coalhurst. ;