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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thunday, July 93, 1770 58 MALE HELP WANTED WANTED BOYS 14 to IS FOR ICE cream sales. Phone 3Z8-713J. J77-t-25 EXPERIENCED PARTSMAN FOR General dealership. PINCHER CREEK MOTORS LTD. Phone 627- 0146. -I6W-27 Wanted MEAT CUTTER Steady employment. Wrlle E Herald. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES TWO GERBIUS FOR SALE. PHONE 327.12J3. .1722-2.1 REGISTERED SILVER TOY POODLES (or sale. Phone 327-SH9. TWO FEMALE SIAMESE KITTENS lor salt. Eight weeks old. Cood with Children. Phone 327-7766. 4789-25 ATTENTION Let us show you how to make S3 an hour or more wilh Famous Raw- telgh Products. For details wrile The W. T. Rawlelgh Co. Ltd., Department G-71-12, 569 Henr....... nlpeg 2 :B922-31I CARETAKER For Elementary School at MILK RIVER Submit applications to: J. K. Duncan Secretary of Schools County of-Warncr No. 5 Warner, Alberta BI.ACK RABBIT TO DE GIVEN away. Hutch included it wanted. Phone 3-15-3758. 4773-24 MINIATURE POODLE PUPPIES FOR sale. Six weeks old. Phone 327-3272. 4417-tf PUREBRED COCKER SPANIELS Can be seen at 2506 7th Ave. A N. PUBLIC NOTICES KITTENS TO GIVE AWAY, SOW pure white. Phone 327-9707. 4740-2 REG'D WHITE TOY POODLES Phone 562-2639, Blairmore. Mrs. Lil Catonio. PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS FULL1. grown males, and females and puppies 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Phone 32B-3J23, affe 5 p.m. 4674-7A COMBINED MAINTENANCE MAN and GROUNDSKEEPER For 30 bed hospital. Duties to commence August 1, 1970. Salary negotiable. Applications should include qualifica- tions and will be accepted until July 29, Apply to Administrator Border Counties Genera! Hospital Milk River, Alberta 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BEAUTY PARLOR AND BARBER shop residential. Good location. 0' retiring. Phone 327-3926, evenings phone 327-4034. 4293-t FOR SALE RESTAURANT, LO cafed in a southern Alberta town. For further information write box WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE TO per hour calling on established Fuller customers? Please mail enquiries to: R. M. Williams, 1007 3rd Ave. S. Leth- bridge. 4741-27 59 MALE FEMALE HELP WANTED CHURCH GROUPS, CLUBS, OR OR- ganizations sell 60 famous Wstkins' vanilla or 30 pepper and 30 vanilla. Donation Phone 327-7796. C7089-tfh 39A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED Bow Island General Hospital REGISTERED NURSES Two re- quired for modern active treatment hospital. Duties to commence as soon as available; AARN policies in effect. Accommodation available in modern residence. Apply to: Director of Nursing Bow Island General Hospital BOW ISLAND, Alberta GROCERY STORE IN GOOD TRAD- ing area, 90 miles from Lethbrldge. Volume per week. Rent 5275 per month. Write box 108, Her BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES EARN MONEY IN SPARE T1AAE Men or women to re-stock and colle money from New Type high quality coin-operated dispensers in your area. No selling. To quallly, must have car, references, to cash. Seven to twelve hours weekly ran net ex- cellent income. More full time. We invest with you -and establish your route. For personal Interview write: B. V. DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED, 24BO Tecumseh Road East, Windsor 19, Ontario. Include phone number. 4754-25 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES MIDWEST ACADEMY NOW IN CALGARY OFFERING EXCLUSIVELY KEY PUNCH OPERATOR TRAINING You may be qualified to become a key punch operator through our toial Immersion practical training o n modern up to date equipment in our new school. For aptitude tests and counselling phone: 265-9690 274-3467 300 534 8th Ave. S.W. Calgary, Alberta t3 MUSIC TEACHERS SPARE TIME INCOME Company requires responsible man or woman to refill snack vending machines with national brand products. Can net dependable person excellent second income. Applicant must be honest, energetic, have serviceable car, devote 8 to 10 hours weekly and be able to Invest to for Inventory and equipment. Routes established. No selling. More info provided If your letter contains details on self. When please include phona number. SCHOOL BUS TENDERS The Raymond Catholic Separate School District No. 100, P.O. Box 263 Raymond, Invites tenders on all or any one o) Iha following transporta- tion proposals. One only 1970 (i passenger school OR Lease cost of one only 1970-64 pas- senger school bus for periods of one, three, or live years Dally cost of transportation for one 66 passenger school bus for Raymond to Lethbridge for One, three or five year school term. i he lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted Tenders close July 27, 1970. Specifications may be obtained from Mrs. Catherine Grbavac Secretary Treasurer Raymond Catholic Separale School Dist. No 100 P.O. Box 263 Phone 752-2042, Raymond B55 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams NOTICE TO TENDERERS CONSTRUCTION OF THE ENOCH BAND RECREATION CENTRE FOR THE ENOCH INDIAN BAND STONY PLAIN RESERVE NO. 135 WINTERBURN, ALBERTA Sealed tenders for the construction ne Enoch Band Recreation Centre fi he Enoch Indian Band at Wlnterbur, Alberta will be received up lo 2; >.M., M.S.T., August 7lh, 1570 at th If ice of the Underwood M Lellan Associates Limited, 1172 mgsway Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta Tenders must be accompanied by Certified Cheque or Bid Bond in th mount of Ten Percent of th Tender Price, payable to the Depar lent of Indian Affairs and Norther Development. A Consent of Surety "SO required agreeing to the issuanc f a Performance and Malntenanc uarantee Bond, together with a (ted Labor and Material Payrm.. 3ond, all m the amount of Fifty Per ent of the tender price. The Owner reserves the right vaive informalities in, or refect an r all Tenders, or to accept the Ten er deemed most favorable in the in erests of the Owner. Copies of the' and Spec cations may be obtained from the 01 ces of the Enginser in Edmontb pon a deposit of Fifty Dollars (S50.00 i cheque, payable to the Engin ubtrades and suppliers may viev lans and specifications at the Edi jn, Calgary, Grande Prairie, Leth ridge. Red Deer Construction As: ion Offices and the rules and regu tions of the Alberta Bid Depositor1 will apply. Enoch Indian Band Wnterburn, Alberta Underwood McLelan t Associates Ltd. Consulting Professional Engineers, 11724 Kingsway Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. Bid BIRTH I'ISKO Betty Ann and Bob are happy to announce the birth of a son, Robin James, born July 16, 1970. Proud grand- parents are Mr. and Airs. John R. Pisko and Earl Simmonds all of Lethbridge. Insured. 4755 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST TWO SIAMESE SEALPOINT mother and male kitten. Between 500 block and 13th St. N. Phone 328-9332. UK-It LOST SEIKO WATCH WITH SILVER strap and blackface. Between J3th Ave. 20th Ave. S. on 20th St. Reward. Phonn m-SlK. .4616-15 66 PERSONAL TEA CUP READING, TUESDAY through Saturday, 3-9 p.m. at the Lotur Inn Cafe. 9241-tltl A.I.D. CENTRE FOR ADVICE, Information and Direction. Phone 327-7323. C9020-2S Sun way Distributing Ltd. Suite 21000, Plan de Ville Ottawa 4, Ontario 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331. The widest facility available. con- sider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINK- ERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE IN- QUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-B04S or after p.m. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dat- ers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 32B-5I1J C6924-tf GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SING- nr machines, competent adjustments to all enter makes. Free home esti- mate. Phone 327-2243. Stnger Co. of Canada, College Mall. C9230-25 MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. SER- on all make; of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Al- so all small appliances, fawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No jobs too lartie or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S. Phone MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY "WE ALSO PURCHASE EXISTING MORTGAGES FOR CASH" CAC REALTY LIMITED COttEGE SHOPPING MALI PHONE 328-2381 tETHBRIDGE, ALTA. NOTICE TO TENDERERS THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE receive Tenders addressed to the City Manager on the forms supplied and mailed or delivered to the office of the City Manager so as to be re- ceived there prior to A.M., M.S.T., August 17, 1970 for the: CONSTRUCTION OF A SEWAGE SIPHON PIPELINE BETWEEN THE SOUTH AND NORTH SEWAGE TREAT- MENT PLANTS To commence on the Notice to Pro- ceed from the Consulting Engineer and to be completed by May J971 The approximate quantity involved Is: Hn. ft. of 20 in. welded steel pipe, and, (In. ft. of 26 In. welded steel pipe Copies of the Specifications may be obtained from the Calgary and Leth- bridge Offices of the Consulting En- gineer upon a deposit of in cheque made payable tc- the Con- sulting Engineer. The deposit will be refundable provided that {he Plans and Specifications are returned in good condition within 14 days after the receipt of Tenders. j In order to assure consideration of thi Tender by the City each shall forward a Contract Deposit DEATH away in the city on Thursday, July 23, 1970, Alec, aged 82 years of 114 2nd Ave. S. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C9279 CARD OF THANKS DAWSON We wish to thank everyone who contributed to our comfort with food, flowers and messages of sympathy during our sad bereavement. We are grateful for their thoughtfulness and kindness. Also a special thanks to our doctor for his promptness in answering our call. Johnson and Dawson families. 4758 SOUTHER TON Funer- al services were held on Mon- day, July 20, 1970, in St. An- drew's United Church in Bow Island, for an old timer of the Bow Island district, Mrs. Edna Beatrice Southerton. Mrs. Southerton passed away in the Medicine Hat Hospital on July 17, 1970, at the age of 80 years. She had lived in Bow Island and district since 1910. Sur- vived by four daughters, Cledythe (Mrs. Wm. Caldert, Bow Island, Ora (Mrs. Walter Carlson) of Medicine Hat, Beryl (Mrs. Melvin Shannon) of Prince George, B.C., Phyllis :Mrs. Oliver Nerland) of Leth- >ridge and one son Carl of Ualeb, Alta.; one brother Glen Jordan of Calgary. There are also 21 grandchildren. 13 great- grandchildren. Mrs. Southerton was predeceased by a son Nyall in 1949. Rev. W. Lane conducted the service with in- erment at Hillside Cemetery, viedicine Hat. Arrangements iy Cook's Funeral Home. Pall- learers wer'e all grandsons, Stanley Calder, Daryl Calder arade touched off rioting in jondonderry which spread lo Belfast. The riots were brought under control only when the British army was called in. Tlie Catholic Hibernian Order, vhich stages a rival parade Aug. 15, already has cancelled ts parades for this year. REMEMBRANCE EXCEPTED The ban covers any parades ictween today and Jan. 31, 1971, xcept the customary pr'oces- ions to and from churches and par memorials on Remembr- nce Day, Nov. 8. The ban threatened to pro- oke a political crisis for the Jlster government of Prime I i n i s t e r James Chichester- lark. In Londonderry, the Ap- rentice Boys were shocked, hey said their standing com- nittee will discuss the ban to- ight. The Apprentice Boys parade ommemorates the relief of ondonderry after a long siege f the city by Catholic forces nder James I about 300 years las been a lot of spite and ot of vengefulness broug out." Cereal Industry Probe Demanded a discourage passenger traffic, the better to win permission rom the transport commission to discontinue altogether, he said. It appears now, he said, that CN is following CP Rail's exam- ple. Pattern WASHINGTON (AP) Some of the most heavily-advertised Wheaties, Cheerios and the top brand of shredded wheat and1 corn flakes about as much nutri- tional value as a shot of whisky. United' States Senate investiga- tors were told today. "In short, they fatten but do little to prevent malnutrition popular cereals, Choate sai "three of the Product 19 and General- Mills Kaboom and T o t a 1 e e clearly the best from a nubien standpoint." He listed six- others which h said seem nutritionally merito rious. They are Nabisco 100 pei cent Bran, Quaker Oats Life General Foods Fortified Oa they have calories and lit Flakes, Kellogg's- Special K tie Robert B. Choate, a General Foods Super Suga Washington nutritional special- Crisp and K e 11 o g g s Suga ist, told a Senate consumer sub Smacks, committee. "If a family likes1 dry cereals and can afford them, there are several with respectable nutri- bottom 40 seem to war the term 'empty lioate said. Included in this group wen tional he said in a Cheerios, ranked 25th; Grape Nuts Flakes, 28th; Wheaties Ihe union action was prompted by an announcement early this month by CP Rail that it is reducing passenger service between Montreal and Ottawa to two round trips from five a detailed study of 60 cereal Brands on the market. he said, "it is apparent in this first of several, food industry analyses that we humans are viewed not as beings to be nourished, but as suckers to be sold." Armed with charts, graphs and samples of television ads, Choate presented a sweeping indictment of the cereal industry and called for a congressional investigation. The industry already is the subject of a Federal Trade Commission investigation. Cereal makers will be given a chance to respond later, subcommittee aides said. Choate said a frequent defence of the dry-cereal industry takes the fornr of describing a cereal's nutritional value hi combination with sugar and milk. STILL FAIL But, Choate said, his studies showed "the average those outside the top fail as a complete meal even with milk-added." Submitting a chart ranking Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 38th; Kellogg's Shredded Wheat, 52; Post Toasties, 54; Quaker Oats Shredded Wheat, 59; and Nabisco Shredded Wheat, J Jf JA m FAILS Pi late Giulto A rying (o form government 1 he country sa risis. Divorced After 22 Years TULSA (AP) Country and western musician Hank Thompson and his wife of 22 years were divorced here Wednesday, under a decree granting Doro-Jiy Thompson in alimony during the next 12 years. The divorce was given Mrs. Thompson on grounds of incompatibility. The Thompsons were narr'ied in Waco, Tex., in 1948. have no Historic U.S. House Razed TEWKSBURY TOM'NSHIP, N.J. (AP) A 209-year-old house used by George Washington as a headquarters while he waited to intercept a British force has been destroyed by a fire of undetermined origin. The two-storey frame building was levelled by the blaze Tuesday night. It was being restored and was unoccupied at the time. On July 27, 1777, Washington recorded in his own hand that he stayed at the ESCAPES BRUNSWICK (Reuters) A 20-year-old East German border guard crossed the minefield and fled unscathed to West Germany near here Tuesday night, West German border officials said LARGE EXPORT The United States exports about worth of fruits and vegetables 0 A polar bear >eeds up to 25 ice. Eyes In Sky Check Farmers5 Average o Pay Rate OTTAWA average of wages and salaries paid in a broad cross-section of Canadian industry was a week in May, 8.1 per cent more than in May last year, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported today. The average for April was and for May last year, In manufacturing, which em- ploys almost one-quarter of Ca- nadian industrial workers, the average rose to in May from in April and was nearly nine per cent higher than a year earlier. Highest paid workers on the avet'age were in the construc- tion industry, where the aver- age rose in May to from in April. The May aver- age this year was 11.3 per cent higher than a year ago. Alliireotti quit new Italian Thursday and Enchanting baby gift ake now for Christinas Delight lots with this high- irited horse than can stand one yet has movable legs. se yarn for mane and tail. attern 7361: directions, trans- rs for 12'' tall horse. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for ch pattern case) add 15 cli pattern for (no stamps, cents for first-class ailing Opecial handling Deputy Minister ot Public Works. iicatlcfs Hail Limited 60 Front Street West i Toronto J, Ontario. BEGINA (CP) On clear days this summer, there are eyes in the sky, scanning prai- rie fields to determine how much land has been sown to wheat and how much has been left fallow or put into other crops. Seven airplanes equipped with high-powered wide-angle cam- eras methodically fly for 13 hours each day over the prairie provinces, with lenses focussed on the land feet below. The aerial survey, which now has covered more than one-third of Hie total planned area, is to provide a check on claims filed by farmers under Operation LIFT, the federal plan to cut down on wheat acreage. R. li. Stirteas, project mana- ger for LIFT's air photo inter- pretation division, said Wednes- day that the aircraft have cov- ered a total of miles of flight line, and a photographic area of about square miles. With a (eta! cf flight line miles and a square mile photographic area to be covered, he said, Ihe survey is on schedule and will be finished by the Aug. 15 target date. The crews have been averaging absut 500 flight line miles daily. GETTING RONUS VALUE Each camera has a 250-pic- U're magazine and Ihe films in- cidentally are providing a gen- eral land inventory cf the prai- rie provinces. The LlFf ti- tled Lower Inventories For To- cash pay- ments to farmers who cut back en wheat production in this year of glutted wheat markets. The Prairie Farm Assistance Administration office in Regina, an administrative headquarters for the LIFT program, had mailed out about in interim payments lo farmers by the start of this week. Of the nearly reduclhn applcialions received lo dale from farmers, more than have been answered with in- Icrim payments, averaging 325 from Ihe federal government The photographs arc viewed through a form of stereoscope thai gives an enlarged, three-di- mensional view cf the particular land parcels and Ihe extent ot crop area, summerfallow, pas- ture and unused land, and clearly identities the crop sown. QUESTIONS ASKED If the pictures don't jibe with the farmer's claim, field inspec- tors go lo Ihe farm in question and ask the claimant about the discrepancy. The director of PFAA, H. S. Riddell, said his cilice in Re- gina has been getting about mailed applications daily from farmers wanting to get the ?f> and S10 per acre paymenls. The Icwcr paymenls arc Icr left to lie fallow ami the tiighcr for land sown lo forage crops. ;