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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TH? ICTMDRIOGE HERALD Monday, June 8, 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED 1 M i Mi t I' D HY Rt 161 TEACHERS WANTED WltLOW CREtK 1 SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 78 i Clciicsliolm, Alia. hr.uuk 7-J57-27J YOUNG MAN j GRADUATED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT "'I'll TECHNICAL "I RAIN- IfJG IN U Ffl RONICS, RADIO, TEL- f-VISION t cither ful WAS SCIENCE FAIR. or 5 P.m. IN IV70 56 FARM HELP WANTED F OR CARRIED MAN '.'.'ANTED 57 Supplies Ltd., Ptione 2 C852J-tf FEMALE HELP WANTED i MR R CQNODON SEzCER WIILOW CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO, 2R BOX 49, CLAKESHOLW COUNTY Or FORTY MILE NO. 8 Foremost, Alia. Three Elemental Grades throe to ,-incl Bo'.v TOP SOIL SAND AND GRAVEl RLLCD EARTH. DRIVEWAYS FX- CAVA1EO. PROMPT DEl.lVbi-iY. IJSV i LICENSE CAN GO ANYWHERE. MR. A. M. JARVIE, -iCMQ 20TH S'l N. j PHONE 327-30J7. 1362-tf NURSERY STOCK OFF, BED- DING OUT PLANTS -I5c PER BASKET JOHN'S GREENHOUSE One mile west o! Cookfoic. Closed On Sunday. 'Births, Deaths, Funerals, Curds Of Thanks, In Mcinorianis BIRTH FUNERAL PARSONS HARDWARE Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS i ROTOTILLEKS, POWER CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. RAKES CB 199-tf 171 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES STARTED TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Phone 23J-.I035 or 23.1-3766, Fort AAoc- Iccd. 9502-lf Positions FRIERS, PAN READY, FRESHLY per pound, packud and frozen 'iflc pnr Ih. Free delivery, cu announce Ihe for Trail, arrival ol thi'ir chosen son. B C-i of who died May 31, was held June 4 in St. Theodore's Anglican Church. Taber, with Rev. Allan McQuaig officiating. Honorary pallbearers were William Tuck- er. Ewen MaeKenzic, Peter Woods, Peter Fischer, Frank Burge. and David Howies. Ac- Donald Paul, horn on A brother fo and Russell. ou ED FOREMOST, ALIA. PHONE Office 867-3530 Rc'ikience 867-3505 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS FULL orown male and (cmales, also babies 3 Ave. A 5. Plione 323-3-123 afl 5 p.m. 1668-13J PUPPIES FOR SALE KEESHOU and Poodles, Chihuahua. For pets 01 show Phone 485-6502, Vulcan 2560-11 S1MESE CATS AND KITTENS FO sale. Phone anytime 328-1950. 2739-1 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. Canada's lending school. Nalional Col- lege, -12-1 6th Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alta. Phone 269-5322. C7632-tfh 63 MUSIC TEACHERS 65 LOST AND FOUND APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR POSITION OF MANAGERESS FOP. LADIES' RETAIL FASHION 3TORE IN LETHBRIDGE. SUCCESS- FUL APPLICANT WILL HAVE HAD EXPERIENCE IN LADIES' WEAR RETAILING AND BE PREPARED TO START IMMEDIATELY IF ACCEPT- REPLY IN WRITING STATING AGE, PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE, MARITAL STATUS, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE. PERSONAL INTER- VIEWS WILL BE ARRANGED FOR QUALIFYING APPLICANTS. ALL RE- PLIES HELD IN STRICT CONFI- DENCE. WRITE BOX 39, HERALD. 2539-10 Government of Canada OFFICE MANAGER S7943 Canada Agriculture, Research Branch, Beaverladge, Alberta. Quole No. 70-E-891. Apply Immediately lo: Can- ada Department of Agri- culture, District Personnel Of- fice, 301 Confederation Build- ing, 10355 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton 15, Albcrla. LOST BLACK AND WHITE PINTO mare, due to ioal. Reward. Phone 328- 35CO or 327-3504. 2667-tf WANTED MALE Pinscher. Box 447, Bow 45.15. SAVE THIS AD mall .snow white Toy Poodle of Glcndale only. Pho stud, 327-9728. 2561- 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS CHINCHILLAS 12 MATURE FE- male Chinchillas, cages and equipment. Phone 867-2255, Foremost. 27I8-? LOST BROWN PAIR FRAMED qlases Lakeview School dist Anyone who finds these glasses please contact Don Chapman, 327-9156. 2651-B WOULD CAR WITH TWO WHEEL trailpr that picked up aluminum boat at six mile coulee please phone 328- 4529 or 328-211-1. CS-191-8 66 PERSONAL NEED HELP? CONCERNING HEALTH WELFARE AND RELATED AREAS- CONTACT A.I.D, CENTRE. Phone 327- 10 a.m. lo 4 p.m. C8S27-7Jy MARIMBIST ALSO HAVE VIS. entertaining. Will join Or- ensemble or what have x 43. Herald. 262B-22 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-aO-if or 328-3246, after p.m. J 58 MALE HELP WANTED MEN TO WORK IN LOCAL SCRAP- yard. Some experience in using torch or operating machinery would be use- ful, also truck driving. Steady work to righf parlies. Only workers need apply. National Salvage Co., 206 33 St. N. SALES OPPORTUNITY Vcrd-A-Ray industries Ltd., nationally known, top quality products, coast-to- coast representation, requires ambi- tious representative, call on established commercial, industrial, institutional accounts, work protected territory in Southern Alberta. Experi- ence preferred. Men with aptilude far sales considered. Age no barrier. Due to Canadian economic growth, earning pote etJ.1 Many exclusive patented products. Re- peat business, high commissions, monthly, quarterly, annual bonuses. Group Medical and Life Insurance Plan. Car necessary. Complete pro- duct training. For Interview phone F. CORNALL 327-3591 THE MARQUIS HOTEL, Lethbrirlge, between a m and p.m. only, MONDAY. JUNE 8, 197U. 5626-7 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS SOUTHERN STAMP AND STEMC1L Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dat- ers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-51U C6924-ff SINGER TRAINED SERVICE MAN will oil, delint and adjust tension. Any RSNT A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. (or two weeks, 110 per month. Free delivery and pickup. Phone 327- 37J3. Singer Company of Canada, Col- lege MafC C6528-tfh 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE COMMERCIAL HOTEL at Lomond, Alta. G year-round business. oing concern. Goo Phone 792-3606. Retiring Musf sell BOOMING laundry and dry cleaning business. Located in THRIV- ING Calgary corn m unity. Price 000, lerrris. Phone Bud Mitchell, Cal- and 269-8336. Service station for lease by major oil company in the City of Leihbndge. For full particulars write Box 37, Her- ald. CKJ55-IO 75 CONTRACTS CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd ]obs. Phone 327-6834. 847- tf RUMPUS ROOMS, CEMENT DRIVES CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, sidewalks. Prompt service. Reasonable rates. Phone 328-7905. 2237-25J BORGE RAVEN 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re- modelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C63I9-H FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTI- MATES. JONES ROOFING. G28-5745. C6733-H MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. SER- 'iees on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Al- so all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, eic. No lobs too larriP or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 90S 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327--M56. C7353-Jf WEEPING TILE, Renovations, 70 GARDENING FIELD TOP SOIL. PHONE 328-3269, evenings. 9641-tf '5 ROTOTILLING. LAWNS POWER RAKED AND AER- Dead grass removed and haul- Phone Bill 327-3613. 137S-J3 NEW LAWNS and roloiilling. Phone 327-61J3. PUT IN, ODD JOBS Gardening by season. 1787-10J FOR FULLY INSUP.ED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING. TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-209J. 5739-tf ROTOTILLING, LAWN SEEDING, mdscaping, spring clean-up. Phcn9 3-15-3341. 9501 -tf EXPERT TREE TRIMMING, LAWN "rig, garbage hauling, etc. Phone 328-1173. 877-tf FORTY FOOT trade for s; ne 32B-.1156. SPRUCE TREE, nailer trees or shr STUDENTS FULL OR PARTTIME positions available1. Now servicing Ful- ler customers in established area." Deal- ers can sarninqr, of 1 to 5 dol- lars per hr. Phone Fuller Brush Co. 337-1] :i. 2J9J-13 61 TEACHERS WANTED IMMANUEL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL IE THBRtDGE, ALBERTA invites lo fill a grade >uld GARDEN ROTOTILLING lawns nul in. Prompt service, nabfe rates. 327-36-11. 9393-tf HAVE YOUR LAWN AERATED. RE- nioves dedd grass, helps rontrol lawn diseases. Phone John 323-3909. 1519-30 FRANK'S ROTOTILLING. GOOD IQB guaranteed. Phone 32B-73B9. 1486-11J TREE WORK ____ _, 'hone J and J. Custom 328-3870. GARAGE work and Sorenson S. Phone 327- BUILDING, CEMENT stuccoing. Anderson and istruclion, -1020 7th Ave. 56S2. C7377-tf DEATHS STKIN'KK Surdtiy. June 7. Charles a tied years, beloved cf Mrs. Kdith Stcincr. Calgary. Born at Aus- j tivc pallbearers were Hcberi tin, Nevada, came lo Vulcan Williams, Albert Williams, district in Was a life ni-cm- Stan Williams, Kcnald Wil- bcr 100F. Besides his wife Hams. Arthur Andersen. Nor- snrviving arc two daughters, man Anderson. Interment was Airs. Burl lAllegra) Carman! Iin Memorial Garden, Weslbunk, B.C. and Airs. Jim Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., (Fay) McNivcn, Vulcan; Iwo sons. Carl and Jerry, both of Vulcan: 15 grandchildren and one great-grandchild: one sis- ter. Mrs. Helen McFarland of Pcnticton. B.C. and one broth- er. Walter Stcinor of Calfiarv., Predeceased by his first wife I to a'ul -slslers lur all their prayers and help during our recent loss. Thanks to all our friends and relatives helped in any way with flowers, cards and gifts of food and to those who helped to serve. Special thanks to the doctors and nursing staff of St. Mich- ael's Hospital. Maclean and family. 2768 Margaret in 1936, also his sis- ter Lena Ward, 1923. Services Vulcan United Church. Tuesday at 2 p.m.. Rev. W. Dormer offi- ciating. Vulcan Funeral Hcme, in charge of arrangements. C8530 Taber. was in charge of ar- rangements. CARDS OF THANKS MACLEAN Sincere thanks the priests and sisters t'u all their prayers and Itelp duriii; V Passed away in Tuesday, June 2, MIKLA Winnipeg on 1970, following a lengthy ill-! ness, Joseph, aged 45 years, ot Winnipeg and formerly of Leth- j bridge, husband of Mrs. Ann U'lblv exlend Mikla. Born in Hungary in 1925, the late Mr. Mikla came to lo Lethbridge and resided here until fifteen years ago when he moved to Winnipeg. Besides his wife Ann, he is survived by one daughter. Mrs. R. (Cheryle) De Bonna of Taber; two grand- sons; three sisters, Mrs. S. (Helen) Smstany and Mrs. R. (Margaret) Park both of Leth- j bridge and Mrs. Elizabeth Rob- i inson of Calgary: three broth- j ers, John of Calgary and Julius and Steve, both of" Lethbridge. Requiem Mass will be cele- brated on Wednesday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church wth Rev. Father G. Marion celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cem- etery. Those who wish may pay their respects al the Mem- orial Chapel. 703 13th St. N. Phone 328-2361, Martin Bris. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- C8531 lo very special thank the student nurses, and staff of St. Mic'n- ael's Hospital for the care and kindness extended during my hospitalization. Sincere thanks also to friends and relatives for cards, visits and inquiries. Mr. A. Karpiuk WHICH flooding and rising waters have caused disruption of many services in areas northwest of Sudbury. Two newsboys were forced to fake a boat fo deliver their papers lo customers. cf Blair- more, beloved husband of Mrs. nnocenta Baratelli (Brugnoni) f Blairmore, passed away at lis residence on Friday, June 1970, at age 85 years. He was icrn in Mornago, Province of 'arise, Italy, October 24, 1884 and came to Canada in 1900, ;ettling in Fernie. where he re- :ided until 1908. i-le married bis vife Irnccenla, December 14. in Fernie. After a shcrt tay in Corbin. he moved to Slairmore in 1920 and has lived here since. He was a blaek- mith by trade and operated his own business until his retire- ment in 1964. He was a mem- ber of the Oddfellows Lodge and the Rebekahs. He was pre- deceased by four brothers, two sisters and Ms parents, all in Italy and one brother Paris in -----------------------------------------j Fernie. Survivors include his ni mi K jwife Innocenta of Blairmore; rUbLIL. IN U I 1C-CO two sons, Paris of Vancouver and Arnold cf Toronto; two j g r a n d sen? and four great- TQ rcFniTnuc; I grandchildren. Funeral services WE HAVE A BACKHOE T Driveways, basements, move will pave driveways. We al gravel and lop soil. Phone before 5 p.m., 327-3347 after IN MEMORIALS lilUCKSON In loving mem- ory of a dear daughter and sister, Bonnie Lou, who pass- ed away June 3, 1952. And while she lives in peace- full sleep Her memory we shall always remembered by keep. E v e r mother, dad and Gaalen. DIUYK In loving mem- ory of my husband, Alex Didyk, who passed away June 8, 1969. They say that time will aase the pain and help me to forget, But time so far has only shown how much I miss you yet. Your touch, the things you used to do. It will not be forgotten. always be remembered by your wife Mary, son Alex and his family. MAKOSEVICIl In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Matt Marosovich, who passed away June S, 1963. His memory is our greatest treasure. In our hearts forever. remembered famiiy. quarters." Avianov is director of the Tn- he will live by his 2766 i The announcement involved a' ternational Department of the change in plans under which All Union Central Council of So- some participants were invited vict Trade Unions. He is among by the and others by ihe I 15 labor leaders from 14 conn- United Auto Workers, with Ihe j tries that the UAW invited to symposium held at the UAWs j the symposium even before the new Family Education Centre (original announcement was on Black Lake al. Omuvay. i made. Mich. Others are from the United The change evidently meant: Stales, Canada, Mexico, Britain, that the United States now will i France, Wesl Germany. Italy, admil a Soviel Irade union Sweden. Finland, Yugoslavia leader. Boris Avianov. There India. Japan and Tunisia, had been some about Twenty-five representatives ot" that, and Secretary-General Lh 19 UiST member countries and Thant bad been in touch with I five special consultants were on the U.S. delegation about it. I the original list of UN invitees. Se vce Guild GLE.VDENNTNG In loving remembrance of a dear son, brother and uncle, Wilfred AND CLAIMANTS more Chapel at p.m. Tues- in the Estate of HENRY DEAL, laic day, June 9. Interment to fol- low, Catholic Cemetery. Blair- more. Fantin Chapels Ltd., is of trie Cify of LeTntiridge, in the Pro- vince of Alberta, Caretaker, who pass- y on the 30th day of April, A.D. ed 1970. TAKE NOTICE lhat all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the under- signed solicitors by the 2nd day of July, A.D. 1970 a full statement of their claim and of securities held by them. VIRTUE RUSSEtt MORGAN VIRTUE MORRISON HEMBROFF Sarislers snd Solicitors 106 McFarland Building Lethuridge, Alberta AND VANCOUVER (CP) Offi-1 injunction in HIM. said Ihe im- cials of the Canadian Merchanl i prisomncnt may have .put the passed away June 8th, s e v j c c nave blame to the province's tindcr- cided (o immediately appeal! box labor situation, the six-month jail term given! He said there should he work Capt. Arnie Davis Friday for stoppages "to show the govern- conterapt cf a British Columbia i ment we don't like what's going Supreme Court injunction. Solicitor for the Ex. TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING with larqe yellow rototiller, plowing 1 and landscaping. Phone 327-8137. i Scaled j asphamc material STEVE'S GENERAL TRUCKING the County of Lelhbridni Mixed or unmixed fop soil, Cni-.Tlcle landscaning service. 327-5656 or 327-Oii2. NOTICE TO TENDERERS THE COUNTY OF tETHBRlDGE NO. 26 i Wcerstra family Tenders for the supply of with them until in charge. VANDER BKEK Passed away in the city on Monday. June 8. 1970, following a 1 e n f t h y illness. Lambert j aged 49 years, of 905 i Kith St. S.. beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. John Vandcr Beck of Lethbridge. Born in Holland in 1964. I forget in my heart he is living yet, sadly missed and often wished for by his mother. by his sis- ter Lilian and family in England, 27fi7 WEEKEND DEATHS Uy THE CANADIAN I'KliSS M. Forster. 91, auihor of A Passage to India. 1921 the late Mr. Vancler Beck received the Order of Merit moved to Gramnn in April of I -Britain's highest civil honor- where he worked for the on Mth birthday. .Montreal Ezzak Iluvenoff, who once danced for Czar continuing j which I onstrue- U. TREE SPRAYING tniie moved to Pcnticlon. i Alexander and was a popular certification and be of i ALPINE SPRAY LTD. PHONE Reformed pcrsuaston. OR 327-7263. C8253-tf COMMERCIAL TEACHER lothbricleje Catholic Saoarate S.D. No. 9 4738. RENT Garden LTD., 316 3rd Ay ROTOTILLER rigqs and strat- tlle. Phone 327- 2677-8 WE RENT The following involved: I. AsphrtHic Plant Hot Mix Surface Course, No. 1. Class 'A' Material inches deep. ton; 2. Haulinq of Asphaltic Hot Mix ton miler, Copies ol Ihe drawings and specifi- cations may obtained from the Cal- gary or Lethbridcie Offices of the of Fifty' Dollars in cheque, a Certified Cheque or Bid Bend in (tie amount of Ten 110'-) Percent ol the fender Price, payable to tne county of Lethbridge No. 26. an ;upply Following ill health he returned lo Lelhbridge in January and has resided here with bis parents until bis passing. I-le was a faithful member of Ihe Christian Reformed Church ami was a very active curler in Grammi. Besides his parenls. he is survived by three sisters. Mrs. J. (Noldal Sim-ding of Lethbridge. Mrs. J. f Joan I All- tonides cf Penliclon. B.C and .Mrs. montoti; brothehrs. Tony and Joe. both of Lelhbridge. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 10 i p.m. in the Memorial Chapel. to! 7113 Kith St. wilh Hev, .1. Z Vriend fitliciaiing. Interment Bloedel Ud., Powell River op- eration. Mr. llaynes told two hastily- i called meelings of guild j members (bat CanL Davis was well start to gel it through their thick heads that the mills not run until there is an settlcmenl for the strike.1' '.v. president o[ w IWA Victoria hey "continue to put labor leaders in jail Ihcrc'll be anarchv." UNITED NATIONS (APt Under the agreement between i In all. almul 125 participants The first symposium the United the UN and lire L'nilcd Stales are cxpuelcd rt the symposium Nations has ever sponsored with j regarding UN headquarters. Ihe which will run a week. Part of a this case the United United States would not have it will siill he held at the UAW Auto open next i bad lo lei Avianov in on an invi-1 centre under ihe guise of a Salurclay lo The impacl j tation from Jhe UAW to attend a of Urbanization on Man's Envi-1 meeling in Michigan. ronment. But now lhat Ihe scene has "All participants have been j shifted here and the UN has is- invited by the United Nations." sued now invitations to all par- said the announcement of ticipants the situation is differ- the arrangements. ''The sym- cnt. posium will be held at UN head-! OTHE11S INVITED There will be two meetings hers next Sc'urday, June 13; a flight to Michigan to the Family E rl u c a t i o n Centre Sunday: mociifigs there Monday and Tuesday, and then a return flight Wednesday for meetings af Ihe UN lln'cugh Friday, June 19. The main objective is to ex- change information among in- formed experts, officials and trade union officials from devel- oped and developing countries on to con'ro! urbanization trends for Ihe improvement of the human envircmnenl. The UN and the UAW are shinn" Ihe es Ihe lale I 11 11 it V Her Rcu- Ihcr. cd the project to UN ofhuds list I ill Montreal as both a dancer and an instructor lo some of the world's best-known ballet performers. R. dimming, former Ontario deputy min- ister of municipal affairs. Santa .Monica, i Tufts. actor whose films in- j eluded So Proudly We Hail. I Bring on the Girls. Easy Come, i K.nsy Go. The Crooked Way and i Davis' position on the six- (Nettie) Wcstra of Ed-1 Kris-v- ''iv'nS- man g.iild nccoliating learn. Moscow Mai.-Gen. Boris Shulzenko. 51. assistant chief of the secret police in the Ukraine; in Oakalla Prison in suburban Burnaby ami probably would have to remain there while Ihe appeal was heard. George Ihmicr. appointed CMSG spokesman after the jailing, said they were only formational but be said Mr. llaynrs declined lo say what was discussed. Capt. George -loops filled s> s iH I A MONTKIiAL (Cl'.i Fnnik Ituver.cft. ll'i. ihe man who brought "Ihe dance" to Car.sda in (ho 1920s, died Sunday in hcs- pilal. 'Ibe flamboyant I'ils.sian dan- cer, dance master and ballet AT A SENSATIONAL SALE PRICE Thurs. tSru Sat. June 11, 12 and 13 By Hour, Day or Week Phone 327-5767 HOYT'S Downtown MIC inn will follow in Mom- orinl (inrdcn.s. Those ulw wish may donate lo the No' u> Cancer Society. -W9 Cannciii A MSO- i Trust Huildinq, Lothbrid.qr. inrpfji, l''i icnds may pay their ;it UK; Mcmorml ,SI. N. I'licne: Martin Bros. I.id., Dirretnrs of JH l''nncral Service. Contact Handley Les mar.shcill for (ler's Day celebration Handley. DoujI parade mar- shall since HiW, has relired. .Senior's Day officials uriie i'.iwiiS lo ccntiicL Mr. Hand- man t federal in t-rl i a t n r William picihicer. who in lop M, cape Kelly held talks wilh tho land cane often, visited Mon- Outers As.snciation (real's exclusive rcstaur- durintf ilie and said and theairical haunts diir- cxppcted to mc-cl loday with irg ihe eity's "wide open" era, guild i died and without rela- Tmvh lie was the fir.sl .leu- lo as Ihe featured blar in a per- fcrinaiicc by the Imperial Hus- Mrm Baliel. As a prcdui'or in Mr.nlreal for coastal localiniis .Sunday, __ Parade' ''.v pledge iiom the labor {his venr.s Set- i federal ion thai it would replace pickets w h o are slopped for- cibly or seni lo jiiil. fUiaclion lo Ihe jail-lerm was'Ihe Alien chain cf strong, Nea'e. seer el a of Ihe VatK'uiv rr l.aljor COMH cil. a siN-nionii Perfect for kitchen ri GRAIN IN TRADE pcilio, cion, d bedroom. loy if they have any l pri.son lerm for disobeying air Canada. 236 13th St. N. PI OHO 328-2235 Mctin Shoot, Cocddciln Phone 3-15.3272 ;