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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 3L4 IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Juno 3. 1970 Canada. Offers levasta Aid nans BUCIIAKUST iCPl Canada offered up to worth of wheat and flour Tuesday to Ro- mania, hard hit by heavy flood- ing of rivers in the last month. K .11 c r n a I Affairs .Minister Shan' made I he offer to foreign Mini.stor Maneseu at a I'v-hmir meeting on bilateral Canadian- Romanian affairs. Sharp is on an official visit here after at- tending a NATO ministerial meeting in Rome. The Canadian cabinet minis- OTTAWA (CP) Eight con- tracts totalling for construction and maintenance work on Indian reserves m five provinces were awarded in the three months ending May 31, the Indian affairs department said Monday. Three c'o n t r a c t s were awarded in Alberta, two in Brit- ish Columbia and one each in .Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ontario. The Alberta contracts include the building of 15 brick houses Housing Dips OTTAWA (CP) Urban housing starts in Canada in April totalled 9.925 units, down 36.1 from the same month in 1969, Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation said. The figure brought the first-quarter start total to which was down -10.9 per cent from the same period last year. RESEMBLES MANDOLIN The balalaika resembles a mandolin in sound, but with a much softer tone. on the Blackfoot reserve in the Stony-Sarcee district. Cost will be A second Alberta contract worth S187.297 calls for the building of 13 homes on the Morley reserve. The third is for five homes costing on the Peigan reserve. FUNDS KOU ROADS Roads in northern Manitoba will be improved by the Mani- toba urban development depart- ment and Ottawa will contribute toward the cost. In Saskatchewan, an Assino- boia firm has been awarded a contract for boring and developing wells on a number of Indian reserves. Electrical work totalling will be done on the Bella Bella reserve in British Colum- bia. A contribution also has been made to the village of Masset to extend municipal water services to the Masset re- serve. In Ontario, a contribu- tion to Ontario Hydro has been made for construction of a power distribution system to the Fort Hope reserve'in northern Ontario. Icr.vill lake a. first-hand look at Romanian flood damage by small plane today before leav- ing for Dublin where he is to make another governmental visit on his way back to Ottawa. Sharp's offer to Romania is that the Canadian wheat and wheat products would IK fun- nelled through the United Na- j (ions Food and Agriculture Or- I ganizalion based in Rome. Offi- j cials said Canada now has j available for food aid j and Sharp offered all of it to Romania if it is wanted. No quantities discussed. This would be handled by the FAO. It was also disclosed that Ma- HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridgo THURSDAY, JUNE 4th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE 7-piece chrome suite Table and 6 swivel chairs, good shape; Wood lathe and Vt motor; Table saw and motor; beds; Step ladder; Quantity windows, all sizes; Sewing set; some new; beds, comp.; mattresses; Bath tub; Comp. toilet; Weight lifting set; Radio and record player; Air condition- er; sets; Large rug; Chesterfield and chair; Wood chairs; Chrome chairs; Wheel chair; Floor and table lamps. Mantel radios: polishers; Vacuum cleaners; Bicycles; Motor bike; mowers; Hand mowers; Chest drawers; Binse tubs; Silverware; drill; Electric knife; Cameras and clocks; 8 m.m. projector; New wig; Large wood chest; Play pen; cars; Frigidaire auto, washer; ranges; ranges; Coffee tables and stereo set; New stove hood and fan; Frigidaire 9 cu. ft. fridge cross top freezer; G.E. fridge; Quantity ceiling tile; Quantity garbage guards. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd S. Lethbridgs iUCriONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lie. No. 41 Lit. No. 4J8 SPECIAL! ONE OWNER FURNITURE AUCTION SALE TO BE HELD AT HURLBURT AUCTION ROOMS 1720 2 Ave. 5., LETHBRlDGE MONDAY, JUNE P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Beautiful old dining room suite with large table, 6 chairs, buffet and china cabinet; Nice old bedroom suite with complete bed, dresser, chest of drawers and vanity dresser and stool; Nice old white complete bed with matching dresser; Tea wagon; desks; Good 12x18 India rug; 9x12 India rug; dressers; Wardrobe; Chesterfield; Oval coffee table; Nice nest of tables: Upholstered chairs; 5-piece stacking bookcase; Table lamps; Floor lamp; Fireplace stool; Small round lamp table: Plant stand; Magazine table; Small tables; Com- plete bed; Old console radio: Hall mirror and coal, rack; Good Klectwood '13" console TV. Smoke stand; Ice cream chairs; A-rm chair, chair; Good Serve! gas fridge with cross top freezer; Kitchen cupboard; Wall mirrors; Wood table and 2 chairs; Wood lounge; Picture frames; Trunks; Singer treadle sew- ing machine: Record player; Globe; Old Ecatty washer; Quantity of linen: Good cups and saucers; Silver dishes; tables; Large dictionary; Quantity of vases, orna- ments and fancy dishes; Card table; Drupes; Rugs; Rec- ords; Pictures: Lawn mower; Lawn chairs: Garden tools; Odd tables; Step ladder; Mantle radio: Mixmastcr: B.rli- room scale; Dishes, pots and pano: Ornament; Lamps. Many imirr'ilrms Urn numerous In nirntinn AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: All Ilio furniture in Ihii sale is in Ironi onrt home. Most of it M oltj but is in very good condition. Somo of the items in this sale ore "cry old one! beeominq hcirr! to find so wp Mronqly urgp onyom Irvotiimt for In lit? to attend sole. on view: Sunday 2-4 p.m. Monday 8 a.m. TO Sale Time SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S. tothbridgo AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMAN Uc. No. 41 tic. No. -158 Police Find Gaelic 01' Dynamite j MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real police, working on an anon- ymous telephone tip, found a package Tuesday containing 2fi sticks of dynamite, at least one machine-gun, some hoods and a bullet-proof vest. A police spokesman said the package was hidden in a garage behind a tobacco company plant in east-end Montreal. No arrests were reported. Po- lice declined to speculate on whether the cache was con- nected with eight bombings in the Montreal area in the last 10 days. nescn told Sharp Romania will make a decision soon on whether to buy a Canadian nuclear reactor. PLAN NEW PACT It was announced, too. that the two countries will begin ne- gotiations next fall on a new trade agreement. The current three-year agreement expires in March. A further announcement was that Romania will appoint a permanent ambassador in Ot- tawa. But Canada will not recip- rocate now because of an terity program on foreign af- fairs spending. Before Sharp's Canadian offer of flood help, Romanian officials said, the country had received in flood aid from 30 countries. Fifty more had prom- ised aid. Flood damage is estimated at already and the flood crest of the Danube has not yet reached Romania. Up until Tuesday's offer by Sharp, the Canadian govern- ment had donated Sharp made a public speech Tuesday to the Association for International Law and Relations here. He said: "Like Romania we in Canada are interested in the search for real detente (lessening of ten- sions) in Europe and for a last- ing solution to Europe's security problems. "Europe has for too long been immobilized by artificial rigidi- ties. We wish to explore every opening there may be for dis- cussing seriously the issues that block the path to a stable and equitable political settlement on this continent." 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