Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, January 10, 1972 44 AGRICULTURAL EDUCATIONAL n DEATHS IIUGIISON Passed awa in the city on Friday, Ja uary 7, 1972, following a brie illness, Mr. Sylvester Jame Hughson, at the age of 97 years of Lethbridge, beloved husbant of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Ilughson. The funeral servic will be held on Wednesday a I1 30 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, with Rev L. D. Hankinson officiating. In terment will follow in the Fam ily Plot, Mountain View Cem etcry. Friends may pay the respects at Martin Bros. ME MOR1AL CHAPEL, 703 13 S N. In lieu of flowers, friend may donate to the charity o their choice. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of Funera Service. C949 ONOFRYCHUK Passe away suddenly at the residenc on Sunday, January 9, 1972 Mrs. Varvara (Vera) Onofry chuk, at the age of 78 years of 801 12 St. b. N., beloved wif of the late Mr. Peter Onofry chuk. Born in Bucovina, Aus ria, the late Mrs. Onofryehu came to Lethbridge in 1910 am has resided here ever since She is survived by two daugl ters, Miss Mary Onofrychuk and Mrs. Ann Linning, both o Lethbridge and three son George, John and Fred, all o Lethbridge; 11 grandchildre and nine great grandchildren She wds predeceased by on brother John in September 1971. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of Funeral Service. C9497B BURNETT Passed away in the city on Saturday, Jan uary 8, 1972, following a lengthly illness, Mrs. Lily Bur nett. at the age of 88 years, of Lethbridge, beloved wife of th late Mr. John Burnett. Born raised and educated in Eng land, the late Mrs. Burnet came to Canada and Leth bridge in 1912, moving to Bow Island in 1913 then to Foremos area where they farmed unti they moved to Coutts in 1924 In the late 1930s she moved to Lethbridge and in 1947 moved :o Banff where she resided un til her husband's passing. She returned to Lelhbridge am since March 1971 has residet at the Edith Cavell Nursing Home. She is survived by her niece, Mrs. Louise McDermott and one nephew Mr. Arthur J. Burnett, Calgary and several nieces and nephews in England. The funeral service will be held on Wed nesday, at p.m., in Mar tin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev. R. L Crisfield officiating. Intermen will follow in the Banff Cem etery. Friends may pay their resnects af Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. In lieu of flowers, friends may donate to the charity of their choice. MAR-TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. CM97A CARD Stewart Booth Card Sr., passed away in Ray mond on Sunday, January 9th 1972, at the age of 84 years, be loved husband of Mrs. Kate Card of Raymond. Mr. Card came to Canada in 1902 settling in Cardston, later moving to Raymond, where he has made his home, until the time of his passing. He had many business interests in the Raymond area, including farming and ranching operations south of Raymond. He was an active member of the L.D.S. church, was a member of the high priests group and was at one time a member of the presidency ol that group. He had served for over 29 years on the Honored Guesl Committee and many ol those years as its chairman. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his wife, Kate Wilbcck Card; two sons, Stewart Booths Card of Calgary and Harold Reed Card of Portland, Oregon; two daughters, Mrs. Owen (Vivian) King and Mrs. Dert (Alice) Powc'ison both of Raymond; two sisters, Mrs. Hattio Holman and Mrs. Reed Hoi-man both of Portland, Oregon; 13 grandchildren.: 18 greatgrandchildren. Funeral services will he held in the Raymond 4lh Ward Chapel on Wednesday, January 12lh at 1 p.m., with Bishop James. D. Bridge officiating. Interment will bo in Ire family plot In the Temple lill Cemetery a t Raymond. 'Yionds may pay their respects rom 12 noon until prior to the service in the Relief Society loom of the Church. CllfllS-riCNSICN SALMON FUNERAL 10ME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 1-1 }0CtrLrl5} DEATHS BLACKBURN Passed away suddenly at the residence on Friday, January 7, 1972, Mr. Raymond Edward Blackburn, at the age of IB years, of 1619 23 St. S., beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Blackburn of Kindersley, Saskatchewan. The remains have been forwarded to Kindersley for funeral service and interment. MARTIN BROS. LTD., in Charge of Forwarding Arrangements. C9494 BLUE Word was received that Mr. Charles C. Blue, formerly of Oarmangay, passed away at the age of 77 years, in Merlin, Ontario on Saturday, January. 8, 1972. Survivors include his wife, Mildred in Ontario; one son and three daughters in Alberta; also 17 grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Funeral services will be held in Chatham, Ontario. 5350 SMITH DAIRY WANTS 50 TO 10 Ions Alfalla tiny. Conlact T. L. SmlPh at 653 -43B1, Cards Ion. A DISC JOCKEY Recorder message by Jim Elliot tail! Vou how. Phone 3ZB-3H6, Columb r, School of Broadcasting. FEED BARLEY. PHONE '273048 CITY PACKERS YOUR WAY TO A PAY FREE 4B page book "Career Opportu nilles" tells you how to train at home Tor lop paying Check caree Interest Automobile Engineering Civil Engineering Career Diesel Engineering Droning and Design Electrical Elnglneerlnq 6 Electronic Engineering i Forestry Career Mechanical Engineering Professional A.P.E. Exams i Sure vying nnd LARGE QUANTITY FEED 7 V i (01 45 AUTOS CASH PAID For used and trucks or will ec cept consignment TOWN i COUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 329-3654 47 LIVESTOCK Bookkeeping Career Cost Accounllng Career Computer Programming O Business Management Art and Writing Careers i Guitar and Piano Playing 9 Photography Career High School Diploma 100 Specialist Careers Radio and TV Refrigeration Welding i Clerk-Typist Sienographer Legal Sec. O Private Sec. Medical Sec. Chemical CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Room 36, 263 Adelaide St. W., Toronto 129, Ontario DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF charge LETHBRIDGE RENDERING Phone 326-1336, Lethbridge. HORSES ALL and sIZCJ. ALSASK PROCESSORS John Drewry Phons 32B-291I. 1.3659- 1965 1970 CHEVROLET GRAIN truck Meei box. Excellent condition. Will trade grain or cash. Write Box 5, Herald. MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meal am livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-304B, 50 MISC. ARTICLES course I've heard of people asking for doggie bags ADDRESS In good condition. 327-7172. 5J40-10 WANTED TWO BUMPERS FOR 1955 Chev. front and rear in good shape. Phone afler 6 p.m. FEMALE HELP MALE HELP PERSONNEL FOR RED GRILL CAFETERIA. EXPERIENCE IN COOKING OR GRILL WORK PRE FERRED. APPLY IN PERSON TO WOOLCO DEPARTMENT STORE. GUARANTEED SELF ADHESIVE LABELS In rolls, to supermarkets, baker es slorcs, etc. Full lime, parl lime, side line. TaSce short aulo Irlps. Top com missions advanced. Age no barrier Win free gasoline, Hudson's Bay blan kels and coals, G.E., Sunbeam. Also ad specialties, calendars. New compel ilive catalogue available. Tell abou yourself in first lelter. Wri e FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 328-3094. WANTED UPRIGHT HOOVER VACU-um cleaner, in good shape. Phone 327-5687, before 6 p.m. or 32B-4796, aller 6 OUR WINTER WORKS PRO-gram We are now TAKING ORDERS and giving FREE ESTIMATES on Irimming of TREES and HEDGES, to be done this winter. Phone 327-3iHl KRESGE CO. 520 4th Ave. S. requires Lunch Counter Manageress Qualifications abllily to assume complele respon-sib lily of operation ability to Irain and manage staff counter or restaurant experience ambillous We Offer Sa ary plus SCRAP STEE1. CAST IRON -COPPER Brass Radiators Batr-r es VARZARI (RON LTD. SCRAP YARD, 3308 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-9342- POULTRY AND Milton John, parsed away in Trail, B.C. on Sunday, January 9th, 1972, at the age of 65 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Adella Elder Wolsey of Trail, B.C. and beloved son of Mrs. Winnie Wolsey of Welling. Funeral services will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9492 DIXON Passed away In Calgary, on Friday, January 7, 1972, Anna Dixon, age 82 years, of Fort Macleod, beloved mother of Clifford Dixon of Calgary. Born at Ayton, Ontario, she came west to Fort Macleod in 1912, where she married Robert Dixon and has resided in Fort Macleod until the time of her death. She is also survived by two grandsons, Gordon and John and one great-granddaughter. She was predeceased by her husband, Robert and one son, Howard, in I960 and one son, Jack, in 1971. The funeral service will be beld in Trinity United Church on Tuesday, January 11, 1972, at p.m., Peter Walker officiating minister. Interment in Union Cemetery. Funeral arrangements bv EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C9495 HIGHEST PRICES FOR Melals Steels -nd St., Ottawa Onr. KIY-3A6. IB MONTH OLD HONNECKER hens. Phone 223-8U2, Tnber. Galleries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327.6261 9965- of Canada VOCATIONAL PLUMBING INSTRUCTOR 14. W per hour Canadian Penltenilary Services, De payment of Solicitor Genera, DRUM HELLER, Alberta. Under supervision lo Instruct 12 In-males in all general aspects of the plumbing, s lea milt ling and gasflltlng trades, In a penitentiary setting. Quole No. 72-E-400. Forward "Application For Emolov ment" (Form PSC 3U-J01) available al Office, Canada Manpower Cen Ires and Otfices of the Pub ic serv ce Commission cf Canada to: Public Ser vice Commission, 300 HEAVY ROASTING CHICK-ens Pan ready. Hens 32c Ib., roosters, 2Bc Ih. Also friers, 3flc Ib. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale, WILL PAY CASH FOR ORIGINAL western oil paintings by Dial Sellzer, Charles Russell, William Slanding and others. Herilage Arl Co., Ill Central Avenue, P.O Box 121S, Great Falls, Monlnna or call colled, 406-761 -3400. PETS AND FOR SALE EIGHT months. Phone 327-1002. SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radialors Batteries Always paying more-NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 204 33rd St. North PUREBRED GERMAN SHE. herd pups. Sire registered. Five weeks old. S50 male, J35 fema 9. Out of town home only. Phone Wayne Sehmid, Warner, 642-2409. life Insurance accidenl and sickness Insurance pension SALE REGISTERED BA5-selt Hound Female. Six months old. Has all shots. On display at Green Acres Animal Clinic or phone 33S-5820, after 6 p.m. 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT SAMOYED While MALE HELP Alberta. C7JS7- Phone 327-0720. ENTERTAINMENT 5ER-v ce. Weddings, clubs, etc. Phone 328 2862. BUSINESS WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME, 20TH St. and 5lh Ave. N. Phone 328-7157. 5473.1 STANDARD LIMITED KAYBOB SOUTH NO. 3 GAS PLANT PROCESS OPERATORS Due to manpower expansion, o number of openings are available al the Kaybob Sculn Gas Plan lor Process Operators. Candidates musl have gas processing or related experience and should ho d a valid Alberta Steam Engineer's LABORER. PHONE BE-ore .5 p.m., 378-1336, Lelhbridge Ren dering Lid. SHOP, RESTAURANT Beer and wine license applied (or, din-Ing lounge. Price Exclusive. dress shop with slock and modern si ore General garage HIGHLY SKILLED AND EXPERIENC-ed secretary seeks employment. Phone after 5 p.m., SALES POSITION. APPLY n person. Tip Top Tailors, Centre Village Mall. REGISTERED NURSE WILL BABY-sit n my own home, Lakeview. 32B-2517. only Corral OPERATOR, MODEL K aw and quadder, ads and jobs, 1m-med ale. Phone collect. Olds Gazelle, Box 020, Olds, Alberta. Write L. S. Handley, Box 105, Coaldale. Oliver Handley Real PART TIME SECRETARY OR RE-ceptjonist. Graduate of business college. Working experience as secretary, phone Raymond. LOCATED CONFECTIONERY In city of Lethbridge. Total price of stock fixtures, equipment Good building with living quarters at rear. Rent S2DO per month. Balance of lease three years, on renewal basis of five years. Books avallab e to Interested party. For further nforma-lion call Ihe Exclusive Llslers o HAY REALTY LTD., 327-7077 or 'ourneymen preferred, bul will con-ider third or fourth year apprentices. App y to Service Manager, C o liege Mercury Sales Ltd., 327-5763. 54A LICENCED A FEW OPENINGS AVAILABLE now at June's Nursery School. Phone 328-8440. REQUIRED BY arge nlernalional organization. SI art-ng income 5550 per month wilh regular ncreases over a two year period. All fringe benefits and complele traln-ng. Write Box 1, Herald- KRADLE KOOP DAY CAKE CENTRE Children, six weeks lo six years Phone 328-2835. Second, Third or Fourlh Class. Planl Is located 30 miles south of Fox Creek, Alberln. Company subsidized housing at Fox Creek. Moving assistance. Bus service lo plant. Full employee benefits. Forward wrlllen oppllcat on giv ng full details of age, education and experience along with your lelephona number To: Manager Employee Relations Chevron Standard Limited 400 Fiflh Avenue 5.W. Calgary 1, Alberta. with the Leader" SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. (Established 1927) PHONE 328-3331 equipped laundromat In thriving own near Lelhbridge. Consists of eighl washers and lour dryers. Tola price Contact Morris PashKowlch at 328-5W8. M.L.S. January 7, 1972, Ethel May Nickle, age 55 years, be-oved wife of Peter Nickle ol Pincher Creek. She was bom in the Spring Ridge district of Pincher Creek and has resided in the district until the time of her death. She married Peter P. Nickle in 1941. Besides her husband she is survived by one son, Alvin, of Pincher Creek and one daughter, Mrs. V. (Betty) Spendlow, of Williams ..ake B.C three brothers, FARM HELP SALESMAN WANTED FOR PRO-resslve full line Ford dealership in oulhern Alberta. Good remuneration or working. Good conditions and ringe benefits. Reply wilh full dels s o P.O. Box 7-11, Lelhbridge. MARRIED COUPLE FOR DRYLAND larm. Must be experienced wjih machinery and caltle. Phone 223-8293, Taber. FAMILY MAN FOR MIXED FARM. Please stale experience. References will fie appreciated. Write Box 3, Herald. FORD DEALERSHIP n Southern Alberta require a licenced Sodyman. Good working conditions and ringe benefits to Ihe right man. salary Reply wilh full details o P.O. Box 714, Lelhbridge. CAPABLE PERSON FOR MIXED (arm work. Couple preferred. Year-round Phone 653-21 47, Cardston. 5421 PARTSMAN Required Immediately by large GM dealer n Edmonton. Must have minimum five years GM parts PERMANENT JOB FOR MARRIED man. Feed lot and grain farm. Good modern three bedroom home, six miles from large town. Top wages for experienced man. Phone 235-2276, Clares-holm. HOSPITAL PERSONNEL LOANS Leslie and James Duf-isld of Pincher Creek, and salary and all company benefils. 'hone A. 454-2471, collecl. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall, Phone 328-3331 tesldenllal. Commercial properties. :arms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest rates available, Nurse required for 71 Bed Hospital. Duties to commence February 1, 1972. Address reply lo Mrs, M. Harding, Director of Nursing, Taber General Hospifa Taber, Alberta. of Winnipeg and Mrs. Lois Szostak of Regina. The funeral service will be held in Pincher Creek United Church on Tuesday, January 11, 1972, ).m., Rev. K.' Jordan official-ng. Interment in Fairview Cemetery. Funeral arrangement'; by EDEN'S FUNERAL 57 FEMALE HELP OPPORTUNITY. WE HAVE n opportunity for a sales representa-ive who has some business experience, with a strong urge to succeed, lo rep-esent one ol Canada's mosl prominent om paries In this area. The position irov des and assured Income wilh pro-essiontil training. For personal ew, reply to Box IAS, Herald. WOMAN TO CARE FOR ELDERLY couple. Live In. For further details phone 328-3988- second FULL OR PART-TIME HELP Apply In person, Progress Coining, 112-114 5th St, S. No telephone calls please, WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHDNE JONES ROOFING, 22B-5745. HELP Apply in person HY'S STEAK OUT MATURE WOMEN FOR POSITION ef homemaker with the Barons Eureka social services Dept. Age 30 to 55. Transporlation essential. Dulles: to substitute for a mother In a home In case of illness or other causes. To assist elderly citizens on an as required bases. Please address app Icatlons to Director of Preventive Social Services, Box 11, LTD., Pincher Creek. C9496 MUSIC BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS rooms, renovations. Call Ted Blng-ham construction. 327-3264. 4078 TEACHER REQU RED FOR wo qirls on Thursdays between and p.m. 73B-d394, Turin. BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson find Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phon> 337-iSBl Passed away in ?ort Macleod on Saturday, January 6, 1972, Terry Lynn FARM MACHINERY re ailer requires young, aggressive a cs representative for southern Al-berla territory. Salary plus commls-ions wilh Full company benelils. For n erview please phone 326-0094. STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing, insured, free estimates. Phona 327-B2B4. age 16 years, beloved daughter of Mrs. Sylvia Leduke of the Blood Reserve. Born in Cardston she was raised on the Blood Reserve. At the time of her death she was a Grade eleven student at lie Cardston High School. She was well known in southern A] rodeo circles, having been a barrel racing partici-' ant in recent years, a mem-ler of the Indian Rodeo Association and the Chinook Rodeo Association circuit, he was also an active church worker in St. Paul's Anglican Church. She is also survived ly her father Van Leduke of Lelhbridge; one brother, Wade and one sister, Veronica; her randparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fox and her great-grandmother, Mrs. Rosle Davis, all f the Blood Reserve. The fu-eral service will be held in St. 'aul's Anglican Church, Blood cscrve on Wednesday, Jan-lary 12, 1972, a.m., Rev. McCuaig officiating. Inter-ncnt1 in St. Paul's Cemetery, may pay their re- C reels to Ihc family on Tucs- In ay evening from pirn, lo 11 p.m. at St. Paul's Church, p n lieu of flowers the family d t-qucst donations to tho St. Ci nil's Memorial Fund, In ory of Terry Lcdukc, cnrc of rj lev. A. McCualg. Funeral Ar- U nnRcmonls bv EDRN'S KU- w ERAL HOME LTD., Fort wi nrlnt in ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking orobiem. Phone 357-8049 or after Require Ladies FOR TELEPHONE SURVEY FROM DIRECTORY No selling Involved FINISHING RUMPUS rooms, cupboards and all remodelling needs. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 345-3493. 537 7-2 TIONAL SALES HELP REQUIRED FOR LETHBRIDGE AND SERVICES AND EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY. APPLY STANDARD AUTO PARTS LTD. LETHBRIDGE. VACUUM SALES AND SER. VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETHBRIDGE 323-8962. 3751 EUILDERS AND FINISHER. RUMPUS ROOMS, INTERIOR DECORATING, CUPBOARDS, ALL PHASES OF FINISHING. PHONE 2B-9B79. TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workman shin, Phone 32B-7362. NUMBERS 137, 142, 147, able lo work five days per week Excellent income For interview phone 328-0122 ARE NOW BEING (.cepted for experienced MANAGER-AL PERSONNEL In retail Field. Ex-e ifinl luiuro vujin Canada's fastest ng department store. Salary lo ommensurate wilh experience. Apply n person or address resume. PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT, WOOLCO DEPARTMENT STORE, MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE C 9 478-1 STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corpora t seals, dalers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 nd Ave. S. Phone 35B-S1H. funeral WINNIPEG (CP) Funeral servicta were held here for W. I. Bawlf. a former vicc-prcsi-ent of the Canadian wheat board and president of the Win-ipeg Grain Exchange, who ied at the age of SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or convent onnl. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, rcns, vacuum cleaners, "ic. No icb oo larSc cr loa small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S. -Phono FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE TRAVEL BY COASTER Port OTES MJ_ OVER THE .WHILE B1SINS 1 1 1 ARE SWNDINO RELENTLESSLY COSTS AND SERIOUS TOWARDS A HALT AB PERSONNEL SHORTAGES MORE AND WORE CARS M IllftlT ARE CRIPPLING 1 L POUR IrfTO THEM DAILV. ft, uilil JIinSjBEft'HL UNDERGROUND RAILWAVS I IN MANY CITIES. OR ALL SCHEMES TO Wfi OVERCOME CITY TRAVEL THE MOST DRAMATIC All IG GERMAN PLAN TO BUSES BCCOMf: IN THE .CHAOS. runem 4 IN MEMORIAMS MIFFLIN In loving mem ory of our dear husband, fathe and grandfather, Charles, wh passed away January 10, 1970. Its a lonely life without yo And sad has been the way, For life at home is not th same, Since you were called away Ever remembered and sac ly missed by his wife, so daughters and their familie 534 JOHNSTON In loving mem ory of Cleveland Moor Johnsto U8S6 1959) passed awa January 10. Lovirg and kind in all hi ways Upright and just to the em of his days. Sincere and palienl in hea and in mind What a beautiful memory left behind. remembered by h wife Delia May and h children Lavina, Edward and Viola. 53- MIKLOS Tn loving memory of a dear husband, father an grandfather, Leslie Miklos, wh passed away January 9, 1980. Remembrance is a golden chain Death tries to break but a in vain; To have, to love, and then part Is the greatest sorrow of one heart. The years may wipe out man things But this they wipe out never The memory of those happ days When we were all together remembered by hi wife, children and grand children. 534 Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Minneapolis John Berryman 57, University of Minnesota re- gents professor of humanitie ana" winner of a Pulilzer Prii_ for his poclry in 1965, when h jumped from the University Av enue bridge near the campus. Rev. J. Bruce Hunter, 90, pastor for nin years of Toronto's Westmins ter-Central United now St. after a long ill ness. Lillian Staples head of the Ladies Benevolen Association of Canada, after brief illness. Morgss, Alfred Gehri 76, one of this country's mos prolific French-language play wrights. St. Paul. Herbert P 3uetow, 73, former presiden and a director of Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co. of a heart attack. Orlando, Ted Shawn, 80 often called the father of mod- em dance in America, after a long illness. HAS Syndicated columnist Jack Anderson has released the Icxl ot docu- ments he said were secret government papers on U.S. meetings concerning Ihe In- dia Pakistan war. WITHDRAW CHARGES BRANTFORD, Out. (CP) Charges against 33 persons laid summer during a bitter hrcc-month slriko at Ihc Tcx- >ack Lid. plant here were Irnwn In provincial court. Irown Attorney Charles Borda nskcd that a lotnl of SI charges 'gainst the 33 persons, mosl of Texpnck workers, ho wllhdrnwn. Mosl of ihc charges were of unlawful assembly anr! watching and besetting. CUT TROOPS FURTHER WASHINGTON (AP) The Pentagon will slash in extra men from the United States armed services during .the next six months because of congressional budget cuti and other actions, it announced here. This will bring total U.S. armed strength as of June 30 to lowest figure since before the Korean War broke out in 1950. EUROPEAN COSTS RISE BRUSSELS (AP) The cost of living in European Economic Community countries rose more in 1971 than in any year since it began in 1958, its executive commission reported here. In November, consumer prices in the Netherlands were 8.3 per cent higher than the year be- fore. In West Germany Ihey were 5.8 per cent higher; in Bel- gium and Luxembourg 5.3 per cent. France and Italy furnished figures for October; up 5.8 per cent and 4.5 per cent. ANOTHER BOMB FOUND JERUSALEM (Reuter) Still another booby trapped bomb in gift wrappings was dis- covered by postal workers here, bringing the parcel-bomb tolal to 12 in four days. The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine claimed in Beirut, Lebanon, that it is responsible for the parcels, mailed from Austria and other European points. The only victim so far has been an explosives expert, seriously injured while examin- ing a bomb last Monday, LUCILLE ON LIMP ASPEN, Colo. (AP) Come- dienne Lucille Ball broke her right leg here while skiing at nearby Snowmass-at-Aspen. A spokesman at Aspen Valley Hospital said the fracture had been repaired and "she is doing beautifully." He said il was un- certain how long sire would re- main in hospital. DIES BEARING QUINTS TEHRAN (Reuter) A woman who gave birth to quin- tuplets in a village near Andi- meshk, southern Iran, died while delivering the fifth child, the newspaper Kayhan reports. The fifth child also died but the other four, two boys and two girls, were doing well, the re- port said. FIAT BOOSTS PHICE TURIN (AP) Fiat, Italy's giant auto mantfacturer, an- nounced here an average five- per-cent price increase for its 1972 cars and other vehicles. Fiat said the price increase was necessary because of higher production costs. Trudeau says baby doing fine TORONTO (CP) Life seems to be agreeing with Justin Pierre Trudeau, infant son of Prime Minister and Margaret Trudeau. "The baby is the prime minister reported when he was interviewed on a CBC program shown Sunday. Mr. Trudeau conceded, how- ever, that his eon, bom Christmas Day, was bringing changes in his own lifestyle, although he did not elaborate. He was asked whether he agreed with a theory that the personality traits an individ- ual will show in later years are evident in the first weeks of life. "Ask me In 20 he replied. "I'll tell you if he's as quiet and nice a person as I think he is now." mlian lawyer oses bid at Calgary CALGARY New )cmocratic Party nominated hrec candidates for the next cderal general election. David Jones, University of Jalgary professor, will reprc- :nt tho party in Calgary Cen- rc. He defeated Indian lawyer Villiam Wuttunee. Joe Yanchula was selected as K! NPD candidate in Calgary Ntlh and architect Bill Me- "ulchcon, unsuccessful in the rovincial election last August UK OWs Didsbury riding, ill run in Calgary Palliscr. Mr. Ynnchla lost to Premier eter Lougliecd in the Calgary oulh provincial race last year. Town seized BOGOTA (AP) Two him- red leftist guerrillas hnvc seiz- ed the northern Colombian town San Pnliio, killing one pol- eman and wounding four olh- s, then fled with several hos- ges and in ea stolen trucks.