Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
24 THE LETHSKIDGE HBRALD Wsdneidc-y. Jaiuory 31. 1973 43 MISC. ARTICLES FOR SALE 49 TRUCKS FOR SALE TRUDY I 69 FARM 44 FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES i. 5 j? V 3. 'A A-' Jo f r-grxvse '6- rwei 327-'335. r-S s-V 'it ________ :L? VA'-TAC- GAS 2T 51 TRAILERS-CAMPERS i.-iit FOR SALE OR RENT 3 HA -s 3 :_" FOR DA'RY AS D Car.aja YeJtS. ___ COUPLE FOR FARM 'p-red. Sewrat? lining q'jarlers. W W Bjr5 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BEAUTY SALON FDR SALE. PHONE days or Si-j'r-niore, Alterta 6797-3 FARM FCR V.IX.ED R k' 3.-J! o''i-l I 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES APARTMENT BLOCK X stiles. Hot water healing. Floors a'j walls ol pwed IT place vVfil leafed la- snapping e1; c'ner extras. Frr further i i.-v.'rrnaiion SEL-MOR REALTY Mr. Lynn Selman, 328-4276 Manpower offices labelled i 76 SEWING SERVICES i YOUR OWN BOSS iSArriN CO'.N-'ASY REQUIRES UO.V.EN 70 3 E3ATE -EIR PAST-TIME jS, I AND I 'OSFV FROM C-A.V.E. C.G.AKETTES, DR SK5 AND H'5'ERY V.A-i OTTAWA iCP) department employment offices are ;'a biisi and practvcaUy. worthless." Conservative MP Lincoln Alexander charged Tuesday. I Mr. Alexander Hamilton West told the Commons mis-; 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT 5U LD FULL TI'.'.E j "Here's your horoscope for today ulented, con- siderate, should go far oops this is yesterday's paper." 79 PERSONAL so MISC. ARTICLES WANTED 65 HELP WANTED 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 'i 63 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT _5 WANTED 46 PIANOS-ORGANS RECREATION 64 MALE EMPLOYMENT OR.'ER WANTED -E-v _ V.A-. _ SO SERVICES AND REPAIRS MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers -Merchants Trust 309 -7th Sf. S. Phone 325-5548 Schwartz Agencies Ltd. >.'j 90 CONTRACTS 47 MUSICAl INSTRUMENTS "is-5-- !J 3'JVFL'S s -A F r r. 52 MOBILE HOMES sr'p-V-! "......C-77--1 5 ic UTCn i. WE BUY, SELL OR TRAD: 65 HEL- CANTED MUSICLAND ire i.-e. 5. PIANOS Be' ev s Keycocrd YOUR DISCCUN'" C NTRE s 49 TRUCKS FOR SALE _ A LOOK MOBILE HOMES NOTICE TO HERALD ADVERTISERS and SUBSCRIBERS Tc W'Tn c c' ent reculc- r'c-s, hcvs cite red "d recinssified many he cdvsrfise- A A? 'r: _c r. r- 84 GARDENING 9-3 ss- 3 t 85 POULTRY AND CHIEF ENGINEER SUPPLIES PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE F-cre C- '.'.C L L T i.N EM i-i X p- JOE'S E-C hcvs s __________________MOBILE HOMES i StearTi for Al. TiS JOE TARS'AVA .._r. r.-. Accly in writing P.O. :v 5cx 99, Lcthbndge. 8fi AND C; Ca1-- _ TAVDEV 7A5 I rt ------TT1T. 1 __ Highway tnrse gcing east re Pattern Peaceful solutions 'possible" MOSCOW Leonid Bvczhnev ?iid Tuesday night the affrcement on a Vietnam ceasefire shows it is possible to fird peacelu! solutions to other raternalicnal conflicts, "above in the East." Bir he m'-ich nenends upon how ih> is The Soviei Communist leader snid the peace accord ctni'd hr.ve a "positive effect" on Sc- viei-Ame-icnn rela'ions. He North neeot'a- tor 01 the agreement. Le Puc lira, that "cb.-enance of the Vietnam agreement is me of the most importart pre- requisues for further prosress" in relaxing iriternarior.ai ten- T.is? ne-.vs seencv said. "The task of all frier.ds of he- roic Vietnam now Ls to press ior precise and strict com- pliance with th? agreement on ending the Breihiiev- told Tho. At a later for Tho arid North Vkrnam s tor eioi Trjih. Brezhnev stressed the importance of ir.err.sr.c-a! aid to both Viernams. "T.ie assistance to csr, and must be a_i act of sc-'.iti- o: the peoples and fta'.es reEardless o: their social sys- trm.'1 he said. TO PROMOTE PEACE He aJio aiEounced that Lbe Sos-iet Union weuld "Take an re- live par." in the il-narion con- ference called for by the Kace acreemect to rjper- vise the settlement. ErezriT.ev also said the Soviet eoverrimer.t is looking to U.S. for co-operation in a settle- ment of Middle East problems between Israel and the .Arab In his raeedng vrith Breihrjev hailed ihe Vietcarr agreement as a "great victory" [or acd pledged contin- uing StKisi support to the North Vietnamese. Tho. who arrived in the Soviet capital Friday en ro-jte horjie after the Paris MEO- istioES. told Brezhrev :ha: "efficient, sflfiess arid assistance" a rnaia' factor ;J. '.he "strifrie acairst t'.S. imperialist agg sion cellaneous e5timate5 committee that employers wonting workers do not go near the offices, while persons seeking work become at the lack of beta they get from manpower offi- cials. The committee was question- ing manpower officiaJs. who said employers made 1.3-mim'on requests to the manpower of- [icci last year for workers, 2-j-per-cer.t increase over 1971. David Orlifcow peg North) asked why the num- ber of persons placed in Jobs fell io HS.OOO in the 1970-71 fis- r-.l year from %0.000 in 1965-66 v.-hile the cost of the employ- ment sen-ice rose almost 50 per cent, to 5475 million from ml'iion. Jacques DesRocbes. man- power deputy minister, replied that the number of placements rose to 99f..000 last year and rrenrer emphasis has been placed on placements, as op- pored to counselling, in the past iew years. EXPLAINS FIGURES Wren Mr. pressed for a more direct answer, llr. Des- Roohes added that training sen-ices had helped to increase The deputy minister said the chsnge to emphasis on placemen; and developing bet- ter techniques ior matching workers IG jobs did not mean there had previously been a UTons approach. Mr? Orlikow also asked why err.p'.oyers and job-seekers pay fees to private employment agencies if manpower is doing its job r.sht. Mr. CesRoches said the pri- vEte rpee-alize in r.e'.dj. 'iiie cxearrive personnel. r-.Et '.he department dc-es In Jo q'jestions by Mr. deputy' J.'ck Minion said the services ar.d does leave that fie'd to priva'.e Maier FOOD C-" rCr' TRiirict; Open vs I I1', "T i vwrx :t- rr TRUCKS TRUCKS 54 AUTOS WANTED CASK PAID SALH5 LE7H3ROGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Lfhb-idge, A-a, i _ -vc -r 55 AUTOMOT'VE SUPPLIES WANTED vfi 216 ___ 87 FUR BEARING ANIMALS x "Csr TTWK swrt r-a-s. j SVC '-I _ m ..i-r-n 56 LIVESTOCK WANTcD 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL ss BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES -.t" 67 RESTAURANT. HOTEL ,-'-'.-v--.- AAany rr-.ore tnjcxs i- to choose from" Large Stock Take Your Pick 60 MISC. ARTICLES WANTED EMERSON'S i ESTATE 'ONTIAC, BUICK, CMC NATIONAL SALVAGE Jrd Ave. and 19lh St. South CO. LTD. 6v growers o TABER iPZS'S1 Taber- Earnneii Growers aa- r.'jril rcfamed for three- tcrirj directors John o: Robert of Burdett George Friesen o( Roy Maier named pres- iitct': vice-ores- ide-t: and John Krizari. secre- Tr.e process L-? vegetablt also lorded 17 deie- E2tes ar.d alternates to rep- rcser.t t h em a: the Alber- ta Vegetable jlsrkecng Board's attfjal etur.g to be held st the Moose Hall here Saturday, Feb. Reso'.'-ticos passed for pre- se.-.ijtim at "the marteOEg board n-.eerjtg corjcemed vege- table prices azri hairesting Of- The rr.eetl-.g appro-.Td inves- tizatton o: the possibility c: bjail coverage on the corn crop sir.ce peas ar.-d beans arc ro-.v sstisiactorUj' irisured. Also arrro'.ra cctr. in- der the o: the district agri- culturist's ofiice of the produc- ct field at the meeting coo- rerr ed Lte crop year. Trese Ltc'.uded crop groTmg machin- ery. production casts and mar- reacbed to the ?j_-q-je; for erow- er-cur dog warm in a cozy coat. 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