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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 IHE tETHORICGt HERAIU Ihursduy, June 4, W8 43 IRAIIEKS FOR S SALE-RENT i-TcOSTS MOKt "10 HAVE IHE .wiMrts Inr-lnl Olds two door '.or ton. Phone KOOP DAY CARE CENfRc Children, Jlx wssks to six yesrs. Pnone 32S-2S35. YOUR LAWN AERATED. RE-moves dead grass, helps control lawn diseases. Phone John 328-3909. C-000 USED UTILITY TRAILER Umbrella tent, like new. Phone IffD PROGRAM ONE 70 SIX YEARS. PHONE 328-5057. ROTOTILLING, GOOD IOB guaranteed. Phone 328-7389. MIKLA Passed away in Winnipeg on Wednesday, June 3. 1970, Joseph, aged 44 years, of Winnipeg and formerly ot Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. Lawrence and familv. 23W IIAIITWICK In memory of Mattie. who left us June 4, 1967 and Gordon who passed away August 20, 19B9. Always w i t h us in our thoughts. IKE MEW tAMPERETTE fOK idnl tor llshins, hunting and -imping. 3W-3S95. MALE EMPLOYMENT TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING with large yellow rototlller, plowing and landscaping. Phone SOB SALE TENT TRAILER, six. No reasonable oiler refused. SpDly mi 5th Ave. -A" CLEAN UP 4 vindr, of lunk hauled awsy. Ses; sonabie. Phone 327-26J1. GENERAL. TRUCKING Mixed or ynmixed lop joil, manure, complete landscaping service- PRICED TO SELL. one only eight It. camper, sleeps 17 trailer, sleeps eight. Phone Sarner and Shipton 752-3135, ''.'HI your house old or new 328-7315. SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY LTD.' PHONE 328-1493 OR 327-7263. Will be received lor Ihe purchase, of Ihe1 Village of Bellevue artificial ice-making plant. Successful tender will have to remove the plant July 22 1970 For 'further informahor can R. J. Jillain, Villain Secretary-Treasurer, 5MJ811 Irom a.m. to MO o m d.iys. Tenders must be m the office of the Secretary-Treasurer on or before p.m., and day of June, 1970. R. J. JILLAIM. Secretary-Treasurer, Village of BellevuG, Bellevt'e. Alberta. DO PAINTING, DECORATING and maintenance work. Phone Required lerhbridgc Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 9 Applications are beinci received uni June 10th for Principal ot a 14 THIRTEEN FT. CANUCK SLEEPS toilet, stove, sink, Icebox, portabe naafpr two tanks, jacks and spare wheel. Good shape, SUMO. "ft mi, alter 5 p.m. JOBS OONe PAINTING, fences built, some cement work, etc. 328-9352, 345-3297. POULTRY AND NOSE Peter, of Cardston. passed away in Lethbridge. on Tuesday. June 2, .1970 at the age 'of 7S years, beloved husband of the late Sleening Walker Big Nose of the Blood Reserve, who passed away in 1955. Left to mourn his passing is a sister. Mrs. Jim Wells. Funeral services will be held in Ihe St. "Mary's Roman Catholic Church, on Friday, .line 5th. al 10 a.m.. with Father Joseph Joly as celebrant. Interment will follow in the St. Marv's Cemetery. Wake service will be this evening (Thursday) in the St. Mary's Parish Hall. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C'8-166 PIEPGRASS Valdemar, passed awav in Raymond on Tuesday. June 2, 1970, at the age of 32 vears. beloved husband of the' late Mrs. Florence Elta Picpgrass. who passed away in July of 1966. Mr. Piep-grass was bora in Salt Lake City, on September 22, 11187, and came to Canada in 1901. He lived and worked for some time hi southern Alberta, and then returned to the U.S.A. for some years. In 1925 he again returned to Raymond where he was employed by the Sugar Company where he continued to work until his retirement in 1952, ;ws Agriculture Foreman. Left to mourn his passing are four daughters, Mrs. Oakley (Wilma) Allen of Ithaca. New York. Mrs. Carl dona) Darjes of Calgary. Mrs. Clifford (Florence) Brown of Sweeigrass. Mont., Mrs. John (Janet) Gil-lespie of Winnipeg, and one son, Bert of Onaway. Alberta. He was predeceased by a son Arden as well as his wife. Funeral services will be held in the Raymond Second Ward L.D.S Chapel on Saturday, .June 6th. 1970 at 2 p.m. with Bishop George Bolme officiating. Interment will follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from p.m. prior to the service at thfl church. Cbristensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service. OF TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Phong 23-M035 or 23-1-37S6, Fort Mac-leod. of a dear father and grandfather, Michael Zowttak. who passed away June 3rd, I960. Deep in our hearts you will always stay, Loved and remembered every day. remembered by his wife and family. 2498 CUT AND WATER YOUR lawns during the summer months Phon? 32B-4IOS. SELF-PROPELLED CONVERTED Mobile cempsr, completely equipped. Very -easonable. Phone Hi-OS, doctors, nurses and staff of Ihe Municipal Hospital second floor for their care and kindness: to friends, neighbors and relatives for flowers, gifts, cards and visits. Mrs. Helen Gill. WANTED BY RE-ticinq RCMP Staff -Sergeant moving to Lethbridge July 1st. Entirely trait-vjorthy. Will accepl any position ot trust Slicn as security, etc. Writs 1334 Second Street, Brandon, PAN 39C PER LB. H. Dyck, Box 6S4, Coaldals. Phont! 3-15--3224. C7675-t( TRAILER 17 ELECTR C b.-akes; propane PETS AND your applications please give READY TO GO. PHONE 327-B769. RENT FOR YOUR VACATION Tent Trailers Hbrdlopi Soft-tops Liaht Hook-up Insurance Licenc! Plates Phone 328-5983 or 323-J015 now tor your FARM HELP WANTED references. APPLY TO: Robert A. Kimmhl Superintendent of Schools 534-18th Si. S. Lethbridge, Alberta FEMALE HALF COLLIE PUPS, S3 each. K. Surtiett, Monarch. Phone 234-2138. BEET LABORERS needed Four miles south, V" mile west of Coaldale. Ron Hanzel. We wish to thank all of our friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness during the recent loss of our beloved wife and mother, Elsie M a y Edhmd. Our deepest thanks also to our doctor, the staff of the third floor Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and the Cancer Society for their help and understanding. J. L. Edlund and MONTH OLD FEMALE SPRING-er Spaniel for sale. Call 327-8770. 2427-4 OF LETHBRiDGE COMPLETION NOTICE TAKE tlOTICE that the City of Lethbridge lias completed the installation of a trunk storm sewer on ind Avenue North between 33rd Street North NOTICE that any persons having interest In l.nds immediately adiacont to the land or street upon which the work has been completed or constructed and who claims loss or lessening of the use of his land must file a claim for dRm-aaes in the ofice of the City Clerk in the City Hall, Lethbridge, Alberta, on or before the 4lh day ol Augus. A D 1970. Any claim not made by the aforesaid date will be forever barred and extinguished. DATED at the City of Lethbrldge in the Province of Alberta this -ith day of Juna, A.D. 1970. John Gerlu City of Michael Yackulic. who passed away June 3, 1907, Your name is often mentioned. Our thoughts in silence fly. To the days when you were with us. Those memories will never die. remembered by NGLE OR MARRIED MAN WANTED for dairy and genera) farm work. Phone 327-9231. H mile east and five miles north of Lethbridge Stock Yds R. H. Boullon. CHIHUAHUAS FULL crown male and females, aiso babies. 1218 3 Ave. A S. Phone 326-3423 after 5 p.m. TRAILER? SEE BEE-JAY'S "Dutch Auction" Sale of Used Trailers BEE-JAY Trailer ilh St. 3 Ave. S. Phone 323-7912 Open Until 9 Weskdoys FEMALE HELP SELL PEKINESE THIS WEEK. Going away. Phone 4B5-6S02, Vulcan, IDUCATIONAL WOMAN FOR PART-TIME motel cleaning. Phone 32B-26SO. HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. Canada's leadinq school. National Co -eae, 6th Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alts. Shone 269-8322. FOR SALE KEESHOU-and Poodles, Chihuahua. For pets or show. Phone J3S-6502, Vulcan. 25BO- OFFICE mother, sisters and brothers. 2500 Please apply Bank of Nova Scotia Westminster Village Shopping Plaia Phone 328-7734. MUSIC THIS AD Very small white Toy HAIRDRESSER wanted immediately. Mujt have a east two years experience. Ptione col-i ocf Mrs Edith Hodnett at La-' Boutique Beauty Salon, Fort Macleod, i TUITION ON GUHAR Kane. Phone 3274357 Devil of Glendal" at (o select female only. Phone 327-9723. 2561 We wish to the doctors, nurses and other staff members of the Lerhbridge Auxiliary Hospital for the kindness shown our dear father grandfather during his illness. Thank you also to Ihe Fathers of St. Patrick's Church aixl all our friends for their kindness during our recent bereavement. Their thoughtfu -ness will always be remembered and gratefully appreciated. The Vesnaver family. In loving me-nioiy of our mother, Elizabeth (Betty) Seargeant, who died February 1953, and of our father. Herbert S'eargeant who died June 4, LOST AND BUSINESS oST SET OF FOUR KEYS, IN jjowri case. College Mali. Phone 328-3773. APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED I FOR POSITION OF MANAGERESS j FOR LADIES' RETAIL FASHION STORE IN LETHBRIDGE. SUCCESS-FUL APPLICANT WILL HAVE HAD EXPERIENCE IN LADIES' WEAR RETAILING AND BE PREPARED TO START IMMEDIATELY IF ACCEPT-ED REPLY IN WRITING STATING AGE, PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE, i MARITAL STATUS, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE. PERSONAL INTERVIEWS WILL BE ARRANGED FOR OE'NCE. WRITE BOX 39, SALE COMMERCIAL WOULD PERSON WHO found 22 3emt automatic rifle, in Bow island Car Wash, Saturday, May 23rd, please return rifle. Rifle can be identified. Return to H. Thorson, Bow Island Trailer Court or R.C.M.P. business. Phone 792-3606. Hike Costs Explained EDMONTON (CP) Increasing populations, longer life spans, expensive technological advances in health care, and environmental health problems such as water and air pollution are causing rapid increases in hospital costs, says t. K. Ad-shead. president of the Canadian Hospital Association. However, hospitals are also facing pressures' to limit costs, he said. in his report to the association's third annual convention here. "As responsible boards and administrators, we have to bargain hard at the bargaining table, we have to re-examine our operations1 to improve efficiency ami increase productivity of" employees." he told about 800 of an expected registered delegates at the opening session, "But, at the same time, governments cannot expect the impossible." He said health personnel are increasingly faced with the problem of weighing expensive programs that benefit only i few individuals against programs that may benefit a large segment of the population. "For example, we are told that we must develop very ex pensive units tor newborns that j may save tlw lives of a few premature infants." he said "On the oilier hand we are facing a tremendous population explosion, pill or no pill." Apart from new and expensive programs there is the prob lem of carrying out exi s t i n g new services and extending them to meet the demand ot an increasing population, he added. Pool Opening Is Delayed TAUEK Tuber's swimming pool will open on 01 1 before June 20 if new water fil ters recently received are installed by that lime. This information was made known Io council when letters of apology for late shipment o the fillers wore received fron both manufacturer and sup plicr of Ihe new equipmen which had wmehuw become misplaced. The filters were due at Tate Mav 1 for installation by the Victoria Day holiday. They ar rived here May 2ii, and Jin .now being by their daughters and families: Mrs, F. A. Hosteller of Castle-gar, B.C., Mrs. N. E. Hop penborg. Lethbridge, and Mrs, P.' Tetzlatt of Edmonton. 2363 station for lease by major oil company in the City of Lethbridge. For full particulars write Box 37, Her-ajd. United Motors Rambler Corner 3rd Avenut 3rd Street 5. Phone 327-1780 THE LARGEST IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA FOP, TRAVEL TRAILERS ,i.ND MOBILE HOMES. Check with us before you buy SSqulrs .Voblla Homes Scamper Trailers and Campers Trailers Chslet Fold-Down Trailers Market Tsnt Trailers All Ino.uiriei Welcome! WE RENT VACATION TRAVEL UNITS 300K NOW i-0 AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! WANTS COMPANION TO travel anywhere. Can use my car or yours. Write Box 35, Proposal BUCHAREST (CP) Romania today rejected the NATO proposal for talks with the East European countries on balanced troop reductions by NATO and the Warsaw pact alliance. The NATO proposal was outlined by External Affairs Minister Sharp of Canada to both President Nicolae Ceausescu and Foreign Minister Comeliu Manescu. Sharp lold a news conference Romania clearly favors a security conference of all European nations and that the Romanian leaders gave no specific views on the ivATO troop-cut suggestion. Bui a high Romanian official told Canadian newspaper men that the big NATO countries do not really want to talk about troop reductions, that the NATO proposal is not concrete arid that Bucharest wants a complete security system for Europe. The official said all Warsaw pact members, including Romania, mil turn down the NATO offer and stick to their own suggestion for an all-embracing security conference. Sharp said M a n e s c u was "very clear'1 that Romania favors such a conference compared with any other talks. Furthermore, Romania did not believe in bloc-to-bloc negoia-tions. he said. SEEKS REACTION S'narp was the first NATO minister to visit an East European Communist country since the Rome NATO meeting last week and one of his aims was to get reaction to the NATO troop-cut suggestion. He also said prospects for an European security conference are better now than at any time. He said NATO favors such a meeting though with qualifications atoiit timing and By NATO The NATO foreign ministers stated that progress would have to be made in troop-cut and other talks with Eastern Europe before they would agree to a general security conference. Sharp himself said in Rome that troop-cut talks would provide a test of Soviet willingness to discuss security. Sharp said here prospects for security conference have "considerably advanced" and (hat European countries are actively considering one. Manescu accepted Sharp's in viiaticn to come to Canada, possibly later this year. OIL LTD. SERVICE STATION AND RESTAURANT For lEasa in beauilful British HELP? CONCERNING MALI HELP A.l.D. CENTRE. Phone 327-7323 10 a.m. Io 4 p.m. EXPERIENCED BARTENDER. APPLY YORK HOTEL OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. .WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, REQUIRED FOR A LARGE business firm in Victoria, B.C. Must be experienced in installation and re-? pairs of domestic water systems. Write Box 34, Herald. making this unit attractive to all classes o! highway traffic. Base cafe and station equipment furnished. Ideal husband and wife business venture. Anoroxlmate Investment .required, 'For additional information write: i 0. J. KOOPMAN HUSKY OIL LTD. 2510 16th Aye. S. Uthbridge, ANONYMOUS Anyone with s drinking problem. Phone 327-00J9 or 32B-3246, after LIVING EXPENSES? Due io 'he rising COST of living each day more and more men and worner -nioying worthwhile sarntnos supplying their rriends and relatives with Products. Do not be left out! Start earning that ?xtrs money today For inlormafion write The W. T Rawleign Co. Ltd., Dept. F-71-10, 589 Henry Ave., 'Winnipeg 2, SERVICES AND STAMP AMD STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dat-ers, etc. Same-day Servics, I2.i3 !na Ave. 5. Phone 328-57U M AGRICUITURAI BARLEY AT 55c in sxchange for TV's nnd Ac- TV and Radio. U06 Vth St. S PhotlS 328-6131. TO WORK IM LOCAL SCRAP-yard. Some experience in using tore, or operating mur-hinery would be useful, also [ruck driving. Steady work to right parties. Only workers need apply. National Salvage Co., 33 si. TRAINED SERVICE MAN will oil, delinl and adjust tension. Any machine regardless of make or model, 41.45. Csll 323-8-154. LOANS ft AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1937 College Phone 328-3331. Th- facility available. We con-aider ALL TYPES of mor'gaqo loans. REPAIRS TO SING-sr machines, competent adjustment to all other makes. Free home estimate. Phone 327-3243. Singer Co. of Canada, College Mall. 47 LIVESTOCK MILK SALESMAN Wilson Oka) To HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES and sizes. ALSASK PROCESSORS. Johr Dre'rvry Phcrs 323-2911. FUNDS f you wartf to borrow 5 1argf> amouri' of jroney over a iong period of t me for the purchase of a home, for ren ovations or any other curoose, ca C.A.C. Realty Limited. Loans are amortized for aa long as. 15 years with s guaranteed renswab e Term. No bonus or hidden cost. In terest Is calculated aemi-annually (no in advance) on tha declining To deliver mllK, bufTar ana Ice crsam i to and wholesale accounts In Cardston. Apply In wririnq CardsTon Co-op. Lid Box 179, Ca Alberta. SALES ariS SERVICE. SER-vlcss on all mafces of washers and dryers, automatic or convent Al 50 all small appliances, lawn mowers irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No Jotft too larqs or too small. Climbers To Face Charge BANFF. Alia. (CP) Two University of Calgary were charged today wiih failing Io register for a mountain climbing trip after nine Banff National Park wardens spent more than eight hours Tuesday rescuing one of them from tlw slopes of Mount Con-. The maximum penalty for the offence is a fine of 5500 or six months in jail. Charged are Al Taylor. 19, and Ken McLaren, 20, both of Calgary. Taylor, injured while climbing flic 9. IM-foot mountain seven miles northwest of Banff Monday night, was brought to safety 15 hours after he dis lodgecl some rocks and fell 100 feet down a gully. He suffered, cute and bruises. Chief park warden Bert Pit-taway said considerable Iron ble was involved in the rescue led bv veteran climber Billy Vruom, Banff area public safety officer. After McLaren reporter! the accident to RCMP, the rescue team spent several hours attempting to trace the climlxjrs' route up the mountain, then used another route to position themselves fllxivn Taylor, DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING 328-1336 Lsthbridge, 123-256 Taber. MR. FARMER CUSTOM KtuLJNC and nrocessing. WholesalE mcar an livestock dealers. CITY PACKER i TD. Phcr.e 32T-301B, Lsthbrldge. MALE FEMALE HELP 49 MACHINERY OR FULL TIME BOOK keeper required. Must b-? fully ex perienced. Write 31, trimmer fertilizer aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD., B16 3rd Ave. S., Phone 327-5540 more, visit or phone --C.A.C. REALTY LIMITED A SUBSIDIARY OF CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED i Colieqe Shopptrio Mall 1 Lsthbrldae, Alts. Phone Wilson gave in Wednesday and said overseas correspondents can attend his press conferences during the British election campaign. But priority will be given to j (j u e s t i o n s from Ihe British press, Wilson announced. Earlier, tlw prime minister decided to exclude foreign correspondents from his regular morning conference, with Defence Minister Denis Healey seeing the non-British press. Tlw separate briefing now is caccelled. Two reporters, Anthony Lewis of the New York Times and Arnold Lissaner of The Motherland Press Association, wrote letters of protest 10 Hie Times. Organization? representing Commonwealth and foreign .journalists also complained. In reply. Wilson said this week: "My 'experience has teen that I have had to spend two-thirds of my lime not answer ng questions from the British press but from American am! are in the market for good USB .'arm machinery trucks, trailers Consignment or cash. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Government of Conada CORRECTIONAL OFFICER GO fo Jl-iS.'JO psr i Canadian Penitentiary Machine ground manure ideal for lawns end gardens. 75 Ib. handy plastic bad, esch. Free delivery. Conl hurst Greenhouse. Phone 1 59 7-1 2 NinKtS SOIL SAND AND GRAVEL FILLED EARTH, DRIVEWAYS EX CAVATED. PROMPT DELIVERY, 50 MISC. ARTICLES DUTIES: Under direction, to to rs j for the custody, industry and roformafivE treatment of Inmates, f> u la t i iiav0 secondary or vocational achoo 3 sdufa'ion: mililsry or police expsr Iribufing (o 'fte performance of JARVIE, 20TH ST N PHONE 327-30.17. WANTED SECOND HAND GOL ,-ar, gocd condition. Phone 654-2126, o Veuxhall STOCK OFF, BED DING OUT PLANTS HSc PER BASKET JOHN'S GREENHOUSE f.losed On WORK- FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd jobs. Phone 327-6334. SECOND-HAND HAN LAWN MOWER, MUST BE IN GOO OPERATING CONDITION, ROOMS, CEMENT DRIVES end walks, fence repairs. Phone 34i CAST IRON, COPPER, BP.ASS, RADi- I Annly immediately !o: Public stors, batteries. Hfghcsf prices. Var- 1 Commission, 300 Confederation Bulidlns vtarl Iron 1246 2nd Ave. N. Phoni 19355 jo5cer Avenue. Edmonton 337-1294. C3U7-H i THE SALVATION ARMY NEEDS: >.8J4 uisd tlotMncj, ep drsn's clothing. This can bs ratt al 412 Av S or or 3IJ- 5717 for olckup soviet. ow-ff Governmeni of HARDWARE Shoppers' World Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOl RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWtR R K E 3 j CHAIN SAW, ETC.. Proiipt .sorvlce. Reasonsbl rates. Phone CEMENT V.'ORK. BE fore holidays. Phone 327-W3, after p.m. BORGE RAVEN ?th ST. M Kitchen rumpus rs modellirH and repairs. Phcns 327-3219 SCRAP IRON Radiators 3; Always p-jyirq morn. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. '.TO. 206 3Jr! St. North HIGHESi' F-O" rird DAVli COUNTEfi INFORMATION AND OFFICE CLERK f DMVKJer. wrvice of 3 nor picyer cticnfs. cw oroflcient fyoincj, Oiiotp No. 3fiV '0. f'JiJ'IC J9'V C 3'X. CcnfflJerfltion 10355 iw.t F-tJ.-Ponton 1--. f RENT t FI'LUE? 'spREAOiK.i COST DIGGERS iiOOrj Or U.StD LA'.VM LOWERS By Hour, Day o: Week Phone 327 5767 HOYT'S bsjomer.ts dug, water proofing. In aured, frse eatlmotes. Phone Yesterday ISy THE CANADIAN SCREEN AND AMD DOORS. FREE EST! JONES ROOFING. Til-E, CEMEN I V.'ORf flltsratlcns. Phoni j dr.ti J. Custom the irost elementary questions about British foreign policy.'' Wilson also said tlicre was not enough room in tire conference for British and foreign journalists. Under the new plan, arrangements will be made to provide extra celebrated Italian poet who recently won the first Books "Abroad International Prize at the University of Oklahoma: of a lung clot. Pittsburgh Richard King Mellon, 70, one of the leading businessmen iirranciers in Mm United BUILDING, C E M t H work and Anderson anc 1 Screnjon CciutrucMon, 1010 7th S. Phone 317-463J. 5! TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED TO Oflc TON OL05R -V.OOE .V'jSt in good siiflpe W. ;ro ft V ELECTRICAL CONIRAC1ING snail jobi fjlvfen prompt titlcnt or i Reaionabff flob ;