Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 43 THE inHDRlDGE HERAID fhurjday, June 11, 197P TRAILERS FOR RENT-SALE TENT TSAIU'.R SPO nt 711 12 St. 6785.________ I960" GREAT LAKES WITH_ a x 35 Reiiiopjible. I'hono 32' LIKE NEW. >r Phone 32B- BOLT-ON PICKUP CAMPER COVER. ,dnl lor ibhlng. 3MWOI5. WANTED ALFAIPA GRASS HAY, d preferred. Phor.e W823. BARLEY AT 55c In exchange lor TVS and Ace TV and Radio. 1J06 Phono 32E-4131. 45 AUTOSTWANTED ____ 1MJ CHEV FOUR DOOR. STANDARD ronsmlsslon. Mdio. Phon. 752.3201, all-r 6 p.m. 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED wear iwERiENcirTlEAMSTRESS FOB LECT MRS. EDITH 34.14 OR 234.3837. 2854-1 FiMPLOYMENT. CONTACT MANAGER ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRI UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Invites applications for the poslllon ol SECRETARY 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED MR FARMER CUSTOM Kit-UNO 5nd Drocessinct Wholesale meat and dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phon. 327-3043. 49 MACHINERY WANTED QUARTER MILE FOUR IN. IR RI GAT- ion pip, with sprinklers. Phone 328- iEOl. _______ 50 MISC. ARTICLES WTD. CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI- ators, batteries. Highest prices. Var. Sri iron Ltd., 12.13 Ave. N. Phone 327-1296 THE SALVATION ARMY Good used clotting, particularly cMl- drtn's clothing. This can be left at 412 ?st Ave S. or phone 328-2860 or 328- 6717 tor pickup service._______C86--tf SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radiators 6a teries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 33rd St. North HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals steol and cast Batteries, radiators. OAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone J2H261 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED cash oald for csed truck and crrs. TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Pnone 327-9355. NEWER MODEL HALF TON WANT ed Phone 345-3101. Preferably Ford No Sunday calls.________3760-t WANTED TO SPORTSCRAF" tot July 17th 25th. Will gu., antee. Phone 2820-1 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED YOUNG WOMAN REQUIRES PER JUAl :FICATIONS 50 w.p.m., s Typing mini' srthand 30 w.p.m COUNTY OF WARNER NO. 5 for the following osltlons: Coutts School tnlno teoch- cr school, grades ona to Ad- ninlstroiive allowance, SloOO. 3rimary teacher. Apply to: Joseph North Superintendent of School Warner, Alberta. C8540-11 iblllfy to talk and assist peopla Familiarity with Political Several years expcrlenca PLEASE CONTACT THE. Personnel Office University of Lethbridge 327-2171 local 253 CE590-1 58 MALE HELP WANTED OPENING FOR BARTENDER IN LOCAL CLUB YEAR-ROUND EMPLOYMENT CONTACT MANAGER ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE STORE MANAGER Excellent opportunity for aggresslv in of good character and Integrlt serve as manager of retail stor Edmonton, Alberta. Write lull age, experience and salary e> Advertiser Mo. 100, 10355 Jasper Avenue Edmonton 15, Alberta 2877-1 APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FO the position of Chief of Police lor Ih Town of Cardston. Please state age iqht, availability, and wage peeled Character references desired. Applications must be In hands of Ihe Secretary-Treasurer of th Town of Cardston by Monday, Jun 22, at 12 Noon. C85S" HIGH LIVING EXPENSES? Due to the rising cost of living eac day, more and more men and wome are enjoying worthwhile earnings su plying their friends and relatives wi! Rawlelgh Products. Do not be left ou start earning that extra money lodr For free Information writs The W. Rawlelgh Co. Ltd., Dept. F-71-10, S Henry Ave., Winnipeg 1, Man. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME WHILE mother works. References available Phone WILL BABYSIT PP.E-SCHOOL CHILD in my home. Ml L.kevlm Drive Phone 32S-J030. 2802-15 Government of Canada STATIONARY ENGINEER Salary to Canadian Penitentiary servlcs Drumheller Inslltutlon Drumheller, Alberta Requires third or fourth Class Stall- ary Engineer certificate in Albert j satisfactory health and personal suit bllity. Quota No. 70-E-617. Apply Immediately: Public Servl Commission, 300 Confederation Bulldin 10355 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton Alberta. QUALIFIED NURSES AIDE WANTS to do home nursing care. Phone 328- 6317. 2904-13 54A LICENCED NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. C6947-M COSTANZO'S DAY CARE CENTRE PLANNED PROGRAM ONE TO SIX YEARS. PHONE 328.5057. CB257-tf 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED SPRING CLEAN UP All kinds of lunk hauled away. Rea- lonable. Phone 327-2SJ1. 8SSS-II WILL DO PAINTING, DECORATING assed away June 11, 1967. You left sweet memories to bloom, Bearing trait for the years to come, In the livef of who loved you, Precious mem- ones of days that are gone. remembered, ever loved by mother and dad, David, Cathy and Delia. 2914 SERA In loving memory of a dear grandfather, Steve Sera, who passed away June 11, 1969. Treasure him Lord In your garden of rest, For when on earth, he was one of the best. remembefed by his granddaughter and husband, Shirley and Albert Medve. 3913 Friday at a.m. Woisgerber officiating. ment in St. Henry's Cemetery Friends may meet for prayeis in Eden's Funeral Home Thursday at p.m Friends who wish may donate to the charity of their choice Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home, Pincher C8593 CARD OF THANKS LAZZABOTTO To all our friends and relatives, we wish to express our gratitude for making our Golden Wedding An- niversary such a wonderful and happy day; also for the cards, flowers, gifts and telegrams. -.Mr. and Mrs. Pete HORVATH In loving mem- ory of our dear cousin, Allen, who passed away June 11, 1967. Two little eyes are resting, Two willing hands are still, The one who played so hard, Is resting at God's will. loved and missed by cousin Sherry, Uncle Jim and Auntie Jane. 2933 SERA In loving memory of a dear father and grand- father, Steve Sera, who passed away June 11, 1969- Two tired eyes are resting, two willing hands are still, The one who always worked so hard, is resting at God's will. God saw you getting bred, He knew you needed rest, His garden mast be beautiful, He only takes the best, remembered and sadly missed by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth and Alex and grandchildren. HALIFAX (CP) The Pres- byterian Church in Canada will not permit elders, ordained lay- man or women to stand for elec- tions as moderator of the gen- eral assembly, the synods or presbyteries. The decision followed a close vote here Wednesday at the 96th M76 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF ROBERT UN- VIL RASH, late of the Town of Taber, In thfr Province of Alberta, retired, deceased, who died on the 6th day of May, A.D., 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors, by the 23th day of July, A D 1970, a full statement of their claims end of securities held by them. PRITCHARD, HIGA AND BORAS Barristers end Solicitors 202 Professional Building 740 4th Avenue south Lelhbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors ESTHER 1VEY RASH and HOWARD LLOYD RASH COUNTER GIRL FOR CALL OFFICE SERVING CUSTOMERS. pMUST BE Field Enterprises Educational Corpora- Wo i tlon is now offering teachers summer ihio employment opportunities full or part-lime. Earn generous commissions f plus your own World Boofc.Childrraft i _no Investment. 'Management cppor-j tunitles for Ihe right persons. Write Mr. James Mohler, P.O. Box I STEVE'S GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed top soil, manure. Compiet" landscaping service. Phone 327-5856 or 327-0662. 1732-tf NEAT IN APPEARANCE AMD HAVE Lelhbridge. A PLEASANT TELEPHONE VOICE.--------------- SINGLE APPLICANTS PREFERRED. NO STUDLNTS. FIVE DAY WEEK MEDICAL AND OTHER BENEFITS. APPLY MANAGER, l.P.THCRIDGE LAUNDRY LTD 1818 3RD AVENUE SOUTH, BETWEEN 9 AND A.M. _ _________________i Scfioot in i 51.S COUNSELLOR NEEDED I VICE-PRINCIPAL Ev. YELLOWHE.AD SCHOOL DIVISION 19i8 CHORMASTER ROTOT1LLER with ftiree horsepower Driggs and Strat- ton motor, used very littls. Phone 327- 4738. FOR SALE BOLENS GARDEN tractor with Rototiller and mown PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be W Ihe undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard lime on Monday, Jum I970r lor Ihfl Construction of Ihe follow Highway 'l8. Barrhead Corner to Camp and Other Wife '31 34 !o Mile 43.22, Sol I-Cement Basa Course Annroxlrnale Quantities, Tons of Soil-Cement Mixture, Tons of Gravel. Ton Miles Haul. Genii-act and Specifications may be ob- tained at the office of the Chief Con- struction Engineer, Highways Buildmg, Labor Result Friday VANCOUVER (CP) Men involved in British Columbia's two major labor disputes will know Friday whether their sit- uations will continue to sim- mer, boil over or start to cool down. Results of a vote among masters, mates and engineers on a three-year package aimed at ending a towboat strike that has throttled the forest .indus- try will be known Friday night And in the construction in- dustry, employers and unions will make their decision known Friday on a proposal by Labor Minister Leslie Peterson for 60-day tfuce in a strike-lockou impasse that has idled upwards of tradesmen. Meanwhile, the agreements and management committees of the Canadian Merchant Ser vice Guild Wednesday adde( their support to the negotiating committee which urged accep- tance of the settlement propo- sal in the towboat dispute. The pact would include a 28.5 per cent compounded increas over three years and extensive improvements in manning onr accommodation clauses to- gether with new department of transport regulations proving safety the tugs. conditions on cneral assembly of die church nd reversed an earlier decision >y presbyteries to accept the roposal. Professor David W. Hay of Knox College, Toronto, opposed he proposal, saying the "apos- olical character" of the holy ministry was distinct from the office Of ruling elder. The assembly will consider he report of the committee on ecrui'-ment and vocation before sessions end Saturday. The report Includes a study y the Toronto consulting firm uf P S'. Ross and Partners which describes "serious" osses in members and mims- ers. The study notes failure to update church machinery and ack of a personnel policy as causes of the trouble. J. E. Smart, an elder from Toronto, Wednesday opposed re- ception of the report, saying it should first be studied by the assembly's administrative coun- il. "It was nsws in the press be- fore our council saw copies of Mr. Smart said. CALLS FT DEROGATORY Rev. Gardiner Dalzell of Chatham, Ont. claimed that the Ross report was derogatory in its remarks about elders and that it criticized presbyteries se- verely. The assembly Wednesday adopted two resolutions author- izing the church to continue its program of renewal and reform, and develop new methods and procedures in service, mission and structure. Dr. Donald C. Mac-Donald of Simcoe, Ont. was appointed as- sistant secretary of the adminis- trative council. Next year he will take over as council secre- tary from Dr. L. H. Fowler of Aurora, Ont. "This is an exciting time in church said Dr. Mac- Donald in accepting the appoint- ment. "Our church is ready for change." The assembly received the resignation of Rev. James S. Clarks of Toronto, general sec- retary of the board of Christian education for 22 years. He will leave his post in.August. Boyle's Column By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) Things a columnist might never know if he didn't open his mail: If you are fair-complexioned and want to avoid premature skin-aging, stay out of the sun's be- tween 10 a.m. and 3 even though you are young. This is the recommendation of a University of Pennsylvania medical investigator who found that sun exposure sig- nificantly damaged the SKIDS of 80 per cent of youths be- tween 10 and 20 years old. Slowly the world shows signs of growing more hu- mane. For example, in Costa Rica laws prohibit the work- ing of horses, mules or oxen more than 48 hours a week. This compares ironically to the praise given by humani- tarian novelist Charles Dick- ens in the last century to tex- tile mill operators in Lowell, Mass., for providing free in- struction in music and other feminine accomplishments to their girl employees. But the girls wwked from five in the morning until seven at night. Do you wear contact lenses? Then it's a good idea to mar ako a medical identification bracelet saying so. Should you lie unconscious for hours after an accident, the lenses can se- riously injure the corneas. WHY NO TAIL? Travel tip; When seated on the floor in Laos it is bad manners to let your feet point toward anyone's head, warns the National Geographic Soci- ety. Laotians believe that 32 souk inhabit the the least worthy dwell in the feet, the worthiest in the head. Why doesn't man have a tail? Aristotle, the Greek MHI; mv father of science, explained it leadership. was because nature thought man deserved a soft cushion to sit on. He also observed that man has larger feet in proportion to his size than any oilier animal. He explained the fact that man has more hair on his front and four- legged animals more on their backs because of nature's de- sire to protect Hie most ex- posed parts. When someone tells you yot swim like a duck, he isn't paying you much of a compli- ment. Studies show that a duck at to? speed only swims at about i.6 miles an hour. Furthermore, a duck is Ineffi- cient in using its power. It is only one-fifth as efficient in reaching its peak perform- ance as a man-made ship. Know your language: Our phrase "forlorn hope" results from a slight mistranslation of the Dutch term "verloren which means "lost troop." not "lost hope." H re- ferred to a grew of soldiers given a despursie mission likely to result in all their deatiis. Altrea Held MILK RIVER (HNS) Ca- nadian Cursillistas of southern Alberta met at the home of Ray Ellert on Monday, June 8, to hold an Altrea and honor spiri- tual director Hev. Rupert Mac- Lellan who transfers to Calgary next week. After the Altrea, lunch was served by the Cursillistas' wives, and this was foll'Dwed by a spontaneous hymn Sing-Out. During the evening Father MacLelfan expressed his feel- ings toward the group and was presented, with gifts and oUier tokens of appreciation for his TREE SPRAYING Crescent vaUey In Minion. Staff of i ALPINE SPRAY LTD: PHONE 3J8-U93 OR 327-7363. C6253-tf MI ULIIUII r at- Edmonton- Alberta, the office of District Engineer. 1707 Srrte, N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the Oi'strict Engineer, AaminiS'ra- licn Bulldinq, Lcthbridcje, AlbeMa, and to individual Senior in Evar.sburg. staff dvo traininrj ex- perience li necessary. Application closure cJiitc June 13, 1970. Write including supporting documents Or phor.o Apply 'o B. A, Chandler Surrrintindont of Schools Yeliowhcad School Division Box 1570 Ecison, Alberta. NURSERY STOCK HALF PRICE BIDDING OUT PLANTS THREE FOR 31. JOHN'S GREENHOUSE Ona mile west of Cosldale. Istered and operating In thn Pro- cf Alberts, or to partnership or corporations registered and operating In and who have estafallstied a fixed place of business in Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars (S25.001 will he required for each copy of the Contract find Speci- fications faken. Each bid must ba ac- companied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of Tender, lenders will fcfl opened In Public. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. Increased Abuse For Police? MU- abuses by tlioritics are being removed but Thc naturai CALGARV (CIM Deputy-1 job properly. I haven't seen the Uiief I. G. Gilkes ssid today i so i can't say these au- proposcd changes in tlic arrest fjloriiics are being removed but laws could subject policemen f U M, Turner, bc-m- H. commenting on to will no longer be an integral Hco Minister John Turner's bail reform bill which has hcen given first reading in the Com- mons. "I'm not saying it's goal or bad, but police have to have certain Authorities to no ttieii faced with new responsibilities and may be subject to further animosity be- tween an officer and a suspect- ed criminal may te ag- gravated with reduced powers of arrest, he said. "The reaction lo an officer will no longer an nm part of the court system, and checking may be to say drop there likely will be fewer pec- dead'." .....____ pie in jail awaiting trial. Deputy-Chief Gilkes said the constable on the street will bo Attorney-General Edgar Ger- hart said the light of judicial discretion by the Judges would appear to be key for success- ful implemenaltkm cf the pro- posed changes. "I haven't seen it yet but I'm sure it will retain the right of discretion by the judges to de- cide who to grant bail to. "There are some people who would just take off." lie said the proposed maxi- mum flf cash bail for out- of-provinee people "may quire looking at."