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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED "ILL CUT AND CARE: FOR YOUR inv-rr, during the summer. Phone 328-ifoc.' 3378'26 SPRING CLEAN UP AM Kinds of junk hiiuldd awjy. Rea--jiTMOIe. Phone 327-3641. Wednesday, June 24, 1V70 -vu rcRSONAl CONTRACTS In To Co-op OTTAWA (CP) 'Die United States appears to lie slicking to its own pace and plans for combatting Great Lakes pollution. Tlus became plain here Tuesday after a day-long conference of Canadian cabinet ministers and White House officers at which Use chief point1 of announced agreement seemed to be to one of talking over plans and trying to keep them co-ordinated. Canada made several commitments to take specific steps. There v.'ere no new reciprocal promises from the Americans. Canada Harry erate the plan announced a month ago by the Americans. The Canadian plan still is being drafted. ban phosphates in laundry detergents in line with recommendations made to Uie International Joint Commission. The U.S. refused to make a similar commitment, noting that a ban is under "intensive review." ban oil and gas production from Lake Erie wells and prohibit further drilling. No petroleum is produced on the American side of the lake. The Americans declined to commit themselves not to explore for or tap tliis resource in the future. The two countries agreed that each will unify legislation for regulating waste disposal by commercial and pleasure vessels using the lakes. HAP NO KNUCKLES But there was no specific mention of a Canadian initiative, voiced recently in a Buffalo speech by Energy Minister J. J. Greene, to hold the U.S. to the letter of the 1909 boundary waters treaty setting up the International Joint Commission. Mr. Greene in lu's address at Buffalo noted that the treaty's terms call for action against the nation polluting boundary waters and said the U.S. creates most of the Great Lakes Jte i BOUNCED Alexander Duhcek, leader of the 1968 Czechoslovak libcralizati o n drive, has been relieved of his post as ambassador to Turkey. An announcement by the Czechoslovak news agency CTKK said President Lud-vik Svcifooda has assigned Uubcck to "other tasks." HfLP? CONCERNING HEALTH A'ELI'-ARF AND RELATED CONTACI A.I.D. CENTRE. Phono 31! ID .i.m. to .1 p.m. ISLAND TURF FARM INSTANT LAWN 545-6543 Bow Island Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams Of PROBLEM DRINK-EPS 'NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMIl Y GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARL- or P.O. aox LEFHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone ti drlnklna problem, pnon" Of 3'J3-'J246, after WILL 00 PAINTING, DECORATING ,ind maintenance work. Phona 327-3.16, .myfimu. HAVE A BACKHOE TO DIG: Driveways, basements, move true'., will pave driveways. We also tit EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY RE-flrino RCMP Staff Sergeant movlnci to I cthbridge July 1st. Entirely Will accept nny position of rruit sucti as security, etc. Write 1336 Second Street, Brandon, BORGE RAVEN VJ29 Vlh ST. N, Kitchen cupboards, rumpus foams, remodelling and repairs. Phone LUSH Passed away in the city on Tuesday. June 23. 1SI70, following a brief illness, Thom-fc-jT-fc as Oscar, aged 811 BqWB vears. beloved husband of 11 r s. Agnes 11. Lush of U05 10th Ave. S. Born in London. England in the late Mr. Lush came to Montreal in J905. and in 1912 moved lo L e t h bridge. Ue a well known city license inspector for many years prior to his retirement in the middle 1950's. A veteran, the ate Mr. Lush served overseas with the Canadian Forces in the 61st Battery from Leth-jridge, in the First World War. Besides la's loving wife, Agnes, he is survived bv two daughters, Mrs. G. L. (Camilla) Piling of Lethbridge and Mrs. L. "C. (Constance) Zcrr'of Calgary, Alberta. Four grandchil-c ren, one sister in New York, three sisters, and one brother in England, one brother in Seattle and one brother in Vancouver. 'Hie funeral service will be held on Thursday at p.m. in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S.. with Rev. H. L. Crisfield officiating. Interment will follow in the Field of Honor. Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. (Please note: Courtesy parking at rear of chapel.) DEATHS Alvin, passed away in Cardston on Monday, June 22, 1970, at Ihe age of C3 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Gertrude Nelson of Glenwood. Left to mourn bis passing, besides his loving wife, are two sons, Darrel of (jlenwood and Dr. James of Seattle, Wash, am one daughter, Mrs. Eddy Lowry of Glenwood; fifteen grandchildren, three brothers and two sisters. Funeral services will be held in the Glenwood L.D.S. Chapel on Thursday. June 25 at p.m., with Bishop Keith Olsen officiating. Interment will follow in the Glenwood Cemetery. Friends may meet Ihe family and pay their respects from prior to the service in the Relief Society Koom of tlic Church. Clirislenscn Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. SERVICES AND 56 FARM HELP STRIKER CEMENT STAMP AND STENCIL Ruijlxr stampEi corporate scsls, dat-ers, etc. Same-d-iy Service. Ili33 3nd AVO. S. Phor.e 32B-51U C492J-ff RENT A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. S6.00 for two weeks, per month. Free delivery the south side wading pool at an estimated cost of S400, an item not included in the regular maintenance program for the year. Concerning parks, council, authorized Councillor Pollard to make recommendations for improving the Cenotaph Part which is to be retained as a green strip in the business area. TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Phone 23.1-4035 or 23-1-37.56, Fort Mac-leoti. ROASTERS, DRESSED 3ic per lb.; friers, freshly killed 36c per lb. Free delivery. Cusiom billing. Phone Coaldale 34S-3524. PETS AND JOURNEYMAN LINEMAN There is a position open in the Electric Department of the City of Leth-briilge for fl qualified Journeyman FOR SALE CLEAN odorless pets. Phone 327-0323. POMERANIAN PUP-py. Phone. 327-9073. baseball in Taber received favorable consideration by Taber's town council recently. Following presentations by recreation superintendent Roy Blais on behalf of the recreation board, council took the following action: Agreed to have Calgary Power Lid. move a power pole from the third base line on minor league diamond 4. Approved the supply of materials to build a four-foot plywood fence around the same diamond preparatory to provincial competitions slated for July. Plywood previously used around the swimming pool will be used, and installation will be by volunteer labor. Gave permission to minor baseball lo use the south 50 feel of the lot west of '.he nurses' residence to accommodate car parking and other needs. Referred to a committee proposals for the establishment of a senior diamond, football field and soccer field on property in the recreation park, south of Clearview property west of 48th KITTENS. ONE SMALL pup. Phone 323-1955. CHIHUAHUAS. FULL grown, males 'and females, also pups. 1318 3rd Ave. A S. Call after S p.m. 328-3423. Busy By ROSS GI151! Herald News Service TABER An upswing in tile number of court cases, coincident with the influx of transient labor, was noted in the report of faber's police department for May. The number of convictions increased from ti2 in April to 78 in May. The 12 Criminal Code cases (eight in April) covered a wide scope of infractions from disturbing the peace, resisting ivr-rcst and theft to driving whilst disqualified. A case of theft of goods over the value of handled by a civilian source was q u a s h ed when it came before the travel-Ling magistrate. The 33 convictions under the Highway Traffic Act, mainly for speeding, were on a par with the 35 cases reported for April. Liquor Act infractions leading lo convictions increased f r o m 19 to 3-1. the upsurge taking place at the month-end when 17 individuals were booked into the police cells. During May. eight Taber motor vehicle accidents look place in which damage was over or there was personal injury. The report showed that four people were injured, three fairly serious injuries being sustained in motorcycle accidents. Only one major accident was reported in April. Eight minor accidents were also reported, and the tota property damages amounted to The report included a number of complaints concerning poisoned doys in the north east corner of town, with a similar complaint, received by the t h e RCMP from an individual living just outside the town limits. The cause lias been traced to strychnine, and the possibility has not been overlooked that the dogs may have consumed gophers that had been For further information and application terms, contact PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Applications will not bt accented after June 26, 1970. HAVARACK ENGLISH Setters, Whelped Mar. 1, U.S. national champ bloodlines. Barker's, 2904 9th Ave. N., Great Falls, Mont., U.S.A. Kenneth, passed away in the city on Monday, June 22, 1970, at the age of 63 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Dorothy Byam of 715 0 St. S. came to southern Alberta from Ontario in ,1925. .He worked in the Glemvood and Cardston districts for a time and then moved on to a homestead in the Cold Lake District. In 1948 he moved back to southern Alberta and made his home in Lethbridge. He was a butcher by trade and for the last seven years was an inspector of meats. He was intei'ested in sports of all kinds and loved to square dance. Lett to mourn his passing besides his loving wife are three daughters. Mrs. Zellah Toth of Lethbridge. Mrs. Gloria Yip and Mrs. Kenna Paye Peters of Calagry; two step daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Wells of North Carolina and and Mrs. Cathy Kolch of Lethbridge; one son, Jack of Lethbridge ami a step son. Don of WinnijKig: IK) grandchildren and one greatgrandchild; two sisters, Mrs. Oliver Reading of Toronto and Mrs. Jean Baston of Stouffville Out., one brother. Bruce of Toronto. He was To Upgrade Sewage System CRAIs'BROOK (.Special) With augmented pressure in city water distribution assured by "sol id ratepayer vote approval, materials and plans for BUSINESS 61 TEACHERS STATION AND CONFECTION-ery. Over gal. pump sales. Highway Three, Chin, Alia. Inquire at store. Picture Suite Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 79 ST. CATHERINE'S Invites applications for division one teacher Duties to commence Seolemher 1, 1970. APPLY TO: Mrs. fA. Wojtowicz Secretary Treasurer Sox 304 Picture Butte, Alberts Phone 732-J25H, SALE Apartment house- in Brooks, Alberta. Close tc schools. Three two Ijeclroom self contained suites plus four sleeping rooms with central sitting room. Private parking of. Full price For further particulars contact PRO AGENCIES LTD., Box 97, Brooks, Alberf.i Phone 362-4433, TIME INCOME Refilling find collecting money from NEW TYPE hicjh-qualiry dispensers in your area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, S600 to cash. Seven fo twelve hours weekly can net excellent monthly ncome. More fuN time. For persona! interview write CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, 160 Say St., Suite 105, Toronto 1, Ontario. Include phone number, system and distribution are being lined up during fhe 30 day quashing period ready for work starting the last week ui July. The extra five miles of main will pump up to two million gallons daily into the system. The pumps are on order and their housing will be first stage, to followed by laying of large mains about five miles, mostly along I4lli Ave. and South iuh St. wiiich should be completed bv late September. A city bylaw for expenditure to upgrade the sewage system lagoons for provisional provincial health a )-proval. withheld now for noiirly two years, is ready for publication. Unless five jwr cent of ratepayers petition in writing for a vote it will be quickly enacted. LONG reight train long enough toA A freight train long enough to r e a c li one-aml-a-lhird times around the earth would Iw necessary to transport the worlds j annual wheat production. IETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 requires: (1) a SCIENCE-MATHEMATICS teacher For grades eight and nine; (2) BAND AND CHORAL instructor (wilh Alberta Teaching Duties to commence August 24th, 1970. Applications should be directed to Dr. O. P. Larson, Superintendent of Schools, 433 15th St. South, Lethbridge, Alberta. LOANS AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 Coiletj.- Moll Phone 325-3531 Commercial proper titi. Farmi and ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. Merged T) PINCHKII CHEEK (Special) Preventive Social Service uixl the Family Life Centre uerc merged recently under the directorship ot David W. lla tibling. The offices arc located in the Ml) Building on the lower floor. The new design sf the Preventive Social .Scrvico Socud S 7 ith Fanii K to have a full-time director-counsellor in each of tile, two leographie areas consisting of Crowsnest Pass and Pinclier Creek. The Preventive Social Service, operates the Family Life Ccn-re. Head Start, and Family Life Education seminars. These are jointly sponsored by ly Centre >articipat.ing municipalities and he provincial government. Mr. Hemblin.s will be rospon-lible for two distinct areas: he rill serve the board as a community organization and tfcvel-jpment person, administrating nxislinp programs and devclop-ng and planning now ones and le will serve also as a counsellor. CONTRACTS CEMENT DRIVES AND WALKS. and Phon" 34S-i6fi-i. J207-ff CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, cdc! fobs. Phone WEEPING TILE, CEMENT WORK .1.' Custom Works, 331fi-tf WILL DO ORIVFWAYS, CEMENT work, jobs. Pfionc 327-1438 ar 327-739S. 397! -tf GENf-RAL CONTRACT! NO p-ient fr.rmintj, framing, concrete work, remodelling ant] finishing. Prtone 326- j 5fM. 3H-S.M7. 47 EDUCATIONAL his first wife Viola in and by his .son Calvin in Funeral services will IK hold in the Chapel on Thursday. June 25, at 3 p.m., with Bishop C. Donald Wat-mougb officiating, interment will follow in the family plot in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers do--' nations may be made fo Uie Alberta Heart Fund. Christen-sen .Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service! Yesterday Ity THE CANADIAN' PURRS Washington Frank J. Wilson, 83, former chief of Uie U.S. Secrel Service. Iti'gina William Melville Martin, 93, Saskatchewan's second premier once considered a successor to Sir Wilfrid Lauricr. Indianapolis Col. Roscoe Turner, 74, America's foremost speed flyer in UK 1930s. FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. Canada's leading school. National Col-lerje, -12-1 6tti Ave. Calgary. Alfa. Phone 269-8322. 63 MUSIC TEACHERS TUITION OM GUITAR. Fred. Kane. Phone 327-3697. 6250-lf i 65 LOST AND FOUND F E M ALE PEKINESE STRAY-00 from r.orr.c In vicinity St. and 4th Ave. Reward offered. Phone ;