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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta m 70 GARDENING NOTICE: of rjuk ij 1 1 m 1 FUNERALS 1 'OX Funeral service for si nneth Vox, born Dec. 25, i 7, and died June 24, !972, j is held at a.m. Wednes- 1 y, June 28, 1972, in St. Paul's 1 glican Church wilh Rev. A. 1 :Cuaig officiating. Honorary 1 Ubearers were Ed, Floyd 1 d Grant Fox, Frank Good- ker, Harold Healy and Eddia op. Pallbearers were Tim mber, Ed Burrells, Rod Bur- y, Gerald Fox, Louis Little 1 ;ar and Bart Nelson. Inlcr- ent was in St. Paul's Com- 'AN THE TERRIBLE'S SA inticjue pieces at an exhibilio lie Soviet Union at the Fie' listory in Chicago is this broct rf the Czar Ivan the FRANK'S ROTOTILLIHO PROMPT JER service. Phone 328-738J. AND CASEY'S DRYWALL. e or 32S-UB7. 4604-77 Tenders will be an p.m. J scellanecus re hco locelsd en rve. ipcclflcatlo om Indian Alfal cl. Room 206, F-Idge, Albcrla. m. July K, 19 accepled no later u1y 10, 1972, for Iht 33 Irs to NOTICE WATER RESOURCES ACT ce ti hereby given Ihat ders Ltd. has filed an application, v, plans under provfslons ol The' er Resources Act to construct Ihe to divert a maximum 108 acre-feet ol waler per annum n an underground- source on the 3-1-4-17-4 lor slocXwalerlng pur-person having o bona lide Interest ne matter may file ob ett ons v.'ilh Jl Director of Wafer Resources. De- Iment of The Environment, Willner Idlng, Ednionlon on or before Ihe i day of July, 1972. JBO F-OR YOUR INSTANT LAWN Call WAI Chief Mountain sod Service at 326-0924 A WELLS DRILLED. CONTACT n Bros., 633-31B2, Cards Ion. lh 3457- ftt MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE PM estimates. Pruning, Ulmmfng and (ell- Ing. InV Call 523-2094. 7030-11 PAINTING AND DECOR AT- ff 1103 7 Ave. S. Phone 327-8673, ?5 p.m. 4275-6 may be obtained s. Blood Pelgan DIs- Ddersl Building, Lelh- Tender opening 72. Deposit required Wa J92 of BEDDING OUT PLANTS FOR VE Aoolv Dan's Greenhouse, Vi mile east OOL 0' stock yards. C 2702-30 TILE AND CEMENT WORK. ble J. Construction, 32B-3870 or J3 4630. 13J8-H ROTOTILL1NG 1-AWN AND GAR- AL den care. Hedge trimming. Free estl- NO mates. Sallstacllon guaranteed. Call INC Chris anytime, 327-8063. WINDOWS AND DOORS. -MAINTENANCE NO CHANG. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-C sw TENDERS Tenders will ba accepled no later n an p.m., July 10, lor the the e-roof ng of St. Paul's Sludent Hos- par located on Itie Blood Indian Re- BU erve. Specilicallons may be obtained 341 om Indian Affairs, Blood Pelgan Oil-let, Room SM, Federal Building, elhbridge. Alberta. Tender opening :00 p.m. July 10, 1.972. Deposit re-u red 435.00. residence on Thursday, Ke lie 29, 1972, Mr. John Ivan 19; at the wa of 40 years, da beloved hus- An o[ Mrs. Mi Barbara Bulva pa Iron Springs, an in Taber, st Kplllhe late Mr- So Bulva was edu- Hi cated in Barn- se and moved B HSi E. -2iu Iron Springs m 1943, where be farmed, until et oving to his OMTI farm in L )58. He was a member of the v nights of Columbus. Besides cl s loving wife he is survived v his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. "'an Bulva of Picture Butte; fo vo daughters, Shirley and w arbie and one son, Ken, all at N ome; one sister, Mrs. (Anne) u V. Boras of Picture Butte; wo brothers, Joe of Edmonton nd Tom of Picture Butle. 'raycrs will be said on Friday t 8 p m. in Martin Bros. ME-IOR1AL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. Requiem Mass will be cele-jrated on Saturday at 2 p.m. n St. Catherine's Catholic Ihurch, Picture Bulte, with Rev. Father D. J. Vornurock :elebrant. Interment will follow n Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery. At the request of the family, friends who wish to pay their respects may do so at Martir Bros. Memorial Chapel unti 00 p.m. on Friday. MARTIN ROS. LTD., Directors of Fu-eral Service. CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS J, PATtOS. PROMPT SERV CE. jj ARANTEED WORK MANS H I P ONE 313-7905. 2637-fl LACOMBE NURSERIES COAL- OR dale. Phone 345-4SJ3. Closed Sunday. GU Available now Evergreen Irees and delivery to Lelhbridge. C1352-tlh BUILDING CEMENT X and Andsrson and 3 ens on Cons! ruction, 1070 7lh Ave. Phone 327-6662. C7217-M Welcome a new baby with this coiy, open shell-stitch sel. INSTANT CROCHET cap, jacket whip up both in a day to have ready when baby comes home from the hospital. Matching carriage cover, too. Pattern 7444: 6-to-12 mos. size. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents !or cacii pattern for first-class mailing and special to Alice Brooks. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Headers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, RENT AERATORS, So seeders, power rakes, lawn rollers. sprayers, ladders, tents, elc. al RA Wards Rentals. Phone 3288775. 1712 al 2nd Ave. S. Open 7 a.m.-7 p.m., ex- Ing cept Sundays and holidays. PAINTING AND DECOR- ng Wall paper, vinyl and spray-. Free estimates. Phone of arts and crafts of d Museum of Natural ided and jeweled saddle from the IGth century. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS N THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In Hie Estate o MATTHEW SWEOA, also known as MATT SWEDA, who died on 1he 8th day of December, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE Ihal all persons hav- ng c aims upon estate of the above named musl file with the undersigned solicitors by the 301h day of July, A.O. 972 a full statement 1helr claims and of securities held by Ihem. STRINGAM, DENECKY AND BAINES 3M Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors (or Ihe Executrix Mary 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES STEINER CEMENT WORK, basemenls dug, wafer proofing, m ed, free esl mates. Phono 327-8284. C3 FRESH FRYERS. PAN READY Directors of Funeral Ser-ce at Fort Macleod, was in -large of the nt TB me HALIFAX (CP) The Cana- at ian Tuberculosis and Respira- ta iry Disease Association's an- ual meeting closed in dissen- he ion over its future path. ab The association has, during di le last year, moved toward a roader objective than the tub- 01 rculosis-only program it fol- th owed since it was formed in cc 902. During the opening days of he meeting, several speakers fo aid tuberculosis had been con- H lUered. cl Other speakers during the veek gave equal time to sugges- ions that the disease is far rom even being under control in certain areas. Canadian Eskimos have the highest incidence of tuberculosis in the world, Dr. Stefan Grzy-bowski of Vancouver said Tuesday. Dr. J. S. Robertson, deputy minister of heallh for Nova Scotia, said at the closing banquet that organization members who advocated tunu'ng their alien-lion to broader fields "should have Iheir heads examined." PRESSURE NEEDED He said any counlry that had about cases of tuberculosis "175 in Nova Scotia still needed const anl pressure lo ensure dial it was wiped out. "If you in (he association take Ihe pressure off TB, well, there's little done in the medica schools and little done by the general practitioners. And i you take the pressure off the governmenl departments you'll do a disservice." Later, Dr. Owen Clarke, chest specialist and medical eting (he University of Western On-io, London, said he agreed th Dr. except that said lie thought there were out tuberculosis cases scovercd in Canada annually. Olher indications of a split er the direction came when e association's executive uncil decided to table [or one ar a decision on a new name r the association, one which ould drop all mention of tuber-ilosis. custom kUling. H. Dyck, AL coaldale. Phone 345-3224. C1365-H REPAIRS, ROOF NG, SIDING, rage, kitchens, cabinefs, bathes, ceramic tile. To'ivn or coun-. Phone 328-2071. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES CROSSBRED PUPPIES FOR SALE- 510 each. Phone 4763-30 REPAIRS CARPENTRY, olJnq special ztng In chimneys, brick, ment blocks, cement finishing, sluc-ng. llreplacfls, house raising. 378-4. C2241- Funeral service r Mrs. Ellen Waring, beloved Ue of John Waring of 4004 cLellan St., Victoria, B.C., as held at p.m. Wednes- y, June 28, 1972, -in the Chris-nsen Chapel, Lethbridge, with cv. R. W.K. Elliott oilicaitng. d allbcarers were Harry Mosh- i John Sera, Tom Archbold, n let Wood and Merrill and s urtis Schweitzer. Interment as in the family plot in Moun- i ain View Cemetery. Christen- n. Salmon Funeral Home c d., Directors of Funeral Ser- ce, was in charge of the GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, EIGHT SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, iveways, garages, cupboards- fram-tj, f n shrng and form work. Free es-na es. Guaranteed work.msnshi'p. No b too small. Phone 32B 09S7 or 345. 93. 1 ONE SAMOYED HUSKY 327-3S35. dr Mayor Magrath Drive. 4S91-6 TWO EIGHT-VJE6K-OLD FEMALE J, Apricot registered Poodles. each. 3J 3J7-9021. FREE TWO PART SIAMESE KIT-tens One tortoise shell, one orange and blart Phone 327-1214. NUMBERS 41, 69, 76, 91, 117, 116, 145, PUREBRED SAINT BERNARD PUP-Dies Not papered. S50 and S75. Phone 55-6562. Write Box 181, Island. 46 TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF IETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM MURRAY, who died on or about Ihe 3rd day of July A.D. TAKE NOTICE THAT all persons having claims upon Ihe of Ihe above named must file wilh Ihe under, signed solicitors by Ihe 2Eth day ot July A.D., 1972, a full statement of Ihelr claims and ol securllles helrl STRING AM, DENECKY AND Tenders vxill be accepled no laler an p.m., July 10. lor mis-el aneous repa rs to B ood Sludenl oslel, located en the Blood Indian eserve. Specif rcatlcns may be cb-B ned from Indian Affairs, Blood Pel-an O strict. Room 206, Federal Bulld-10, Lethbridge, Alberla. Tender operv-ig p.m., July 10, 1972. Deposit equired REGISTERED MINIATURE SCHNA. uier puppies lor sale. Salt and pepper color. Phone 327-3269, TWO ONLY SAMOYED PUPS, 12 J weeks old One male, one lemaie. Phone B21-348S, Nobletord, after s 5 t CARD OF THANKS SARUWATARI We would ike to express our sincere hanks lo our many relatives nd friends who were so kind o us during our recent time of orrow. Man1 Saruwatari, Kathy and David cereal 'actor in Tiding poor OTTAWA (CP) The devel-pment of triticale, a cereal de-eloped from crossing wheat md rye, 'should be one of the cy factors in the fight against orld poverty and ays External Affairs Minister litchell Sharp. He made the comment in eplying to written Commons ucstions from Alfred D. Hales w h o had sked about grants made by the anadian International Development Agency toward the devel-pment of the new plant. Mr. Sharp said that CIDA made a grant of million to he Centre Intern acional de Ma-oramiente de Mais y Trigo In Mexico to support a research iroject on triticale breeding. Another was earmarked or research in Canada and of his goes to the University of Manitoba where triticale vas pioneered. Mr. Sharp said the new plant s a source of "exceptionally ilgh quality protein." Strains of the plant, with a short stalk and high yield, have raised production of food in tndia, Pakistan, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America. Some of the original development of the hybrid was carried out in Canada. "BOARD KENNELS" ALL SIZE dogs. Excellent care. Please ahead Phone 2236343 Taber or G A Addy, Box LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE "uWIc nollce Is hereby given lhat Ihe nderVgned intends to apply lo The Alberta Liquor Conlrol Board for a II-cnce ID sell beer, wine and liquor by he glass for consumption only on the censed p-irtion of the premises In accordance w th the provisions of The Jquor Ucensing Act and the Regu a-ions made thereunder with respect o he fol loving described premises: MYRTLE HOTEL LIMITED MYRTLE HOTEL BOW ISLAN D, ALBE RTA Lot 36 lo 40 Block n Plan No. 5SOO S Ob EC Ions lo Ihls aopltcalion sha be made lorfhw th to The Alberta Liquor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Bow s and. Alberta, 1hls 23rd day ol June, MRYTLE HOTEL LIMITED GEORGE HENRY RIDGEDALE Secretary Treasurer GAILYNE TROPICALS Fresh and marina listi. Afluar. lunis. plants and all supplies, custom made tanks and repairs. 907 Tin Ave S. 327-5017. Vera B., passed way in the city on Friday, une 30th, 1972, al the age of 7 years, beloved wife of Mr. ohn W. Head of 1410 14 Ave. i. Funeral arrangements wi )C announced when completed CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. C2866 BLAIR Samuel Lome, passed away in the city o I Thursday, June 1372 a the age of 70 years, beloved tusband of the late Noel Blair of Picture Butte, Funeral arrangements will be announce when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON F U N E RA HOME LTD., In Charge of A ranfiements. C28 MARQUARDSON Trum Orvil, passed away in Vanco ver, B.C., on Monday, Ju 2Gth, 1972 at the age of years. Mr. Marquardson w born in Stirling on March 22, 1925, son of Fannie and Elmer Marquardson, early pioneers of the Stirling district. After leaving school, he spent several years in the Merchant Navy and during the war, the Defen sively Equipped Merc hant Ships, branch of the Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. He lived with his mother the last few years of her life in Lethbridge and then in 1965, moved to Vancouver when he lived until his recen sudden death. He Is survives bv two brothers, Eugene o Seattle and Hubert of Leth bridge and one sister, Mrs Bertha Glass of Red Deer. H was predeceased by two broth ere, Arthur and Joel. Funera services will be held in th Christensen Chapel (327 10 St S.) on Monday, July 3rd at p.m., with Bishop Leo L Davidson officiating. Mermen %vill follow in the Stirling Cem otery. CHRISTENSEN SALM ON FUNERAL HOME LTD Directors of Funeral Service. CUSIMESS Canada Trust Building Lelhbridge, Alberta Solicitors for Elsie Eiliabeth Murray, MEMORIAMS CIIATWOOD In loving memory of our son, Chris 'Nlelvin, who passed away July 1st, 1968. It's lonely here without you son, We miss you more each day, For life is not the same for us, Since you were called away. You bade no one a last farewell, Nor even said good-bye, You were gone before we knew it, And only God knows why. and missed by STOCKMAN-S INN CAFE FOR SALE Good revenue. Selling due to heal h reasons. Write Box 142, AND IN THE SU OF SOU1 JUD1C OF H THE MA OF MILSON on Ihe 2-sth tf TAKE NOT having claims above named signed sol ci August CREDITORS CLAIMANTS RROGATE COURT fHERN ALBERTA IAL DISTRICT LETHBRIDGE TTER OF THE ESTATE LITCHFIELD who died ay of Way A.D. 1972. ICE THAT all persons upon Ihe cslate ol the must file with the under-ors by Jlh day ol 1972 a lull s ate ment of and of securities held by VM, DENECKY MNES and Soltc 'nrs ada Trust Bul ding e, Alberfa lor Florence STORE BUILDING FOR SALE ON MAIN STREET ft. Write Box 59, FOR SALE CONFECTIONERY business, complete wilh all fixtures and equipment. Lease of premises at reasonable rental. Phone or 33B-6214. Located on 13tn Street North in Lelhbridge, Alberla. LARGE MEAT PROCESSING PLANT AND SLAUGHTER HOUSE IN PROSPEROUS SOUTHERN A L B E R TA TOWN. EXCELLENT VOLUME 6WNER SELLING FOR HEALTH REASONS. EXCLUSIVE. CONTACT OLIVER HANDLEY RfcAL ESTATE, BOX 105, COALDALE. C FOR TENDERS CROWSNEST PASS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 63 Sealed tenders will be rece ved by lh undersigned until p.m. Wedne day, July 51h, 1973 for Ihe renovatio of the clghl classroom Co em an Cer tra school. The p ans and specifications as he terms of renovation are ava ab h Ihe Schoo Board Office n Bla more. These Include: of a new steam bolle and contro s (capacity: Input of WO 000 BTU-nr. at sea level New Soller room (approx mate JflrxTO' cement' blocks construction) exit from first floor, an sealing of end o "tunnel." Improvemenl o lighting (In a cordance with the current Canadf Electrical Code Standards and Depar ;nent of EducaHon stipulations) barriers end doors lo e [sting AND Barristers e 309 CB Lethbridq n MR. MECHANIC THE SKIFF D Sr-rlcl needs you! The repair work s here, also the place in which to rjn It. ctiif "iprulce Is B going concern and is lor Ml. or rent? Health problems regulr. a change ol pace, so II you like lo for yourself, look uver We are reasonable. H. R. Willon! Phoni 867.J346, Skill. and dad. 4746 IIAMLING In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Les, who passed away June 30, 1971. You meant so very much lo us That nothing we can say Can still the grief lhat is in our hearts As we think of you each day It's a lonely life without you And sad has been the way For life at home is not the same Since you have gone away. remembered and sc sadly missed by Em, Bon nie, Glenda Karen, Jane and Ed. 473 HAMLING In loving mem ory of our dear brother, Leslie who passed away June 30, 1971 We never knew that morning What sorrow the day woul bring The blow was sudden, th shock severe i To lose the one we loved s dear. We miss your smile, you j cheerful way. We miss the things you use to say. When happy days we oft' n call "Tis then we miss you mo. of all Precious forever are men cries of you, Today, tomorrow, and all li through. Lovingly remembered ar sadly missed by Bob, Hek and family. hopes to save EDMONTON (CP) The STRATHMORE CO-OP STORE ADDITION V STRATHMORE, ALBERTA d Trade tenders for the addition to tha Co-op S ore [n SUalhmore, Alber a c" be rece ved up unit! 2 p.m., Sas-tn katoon 1Ime July 27, 197S, In the oHIces of Federated Co-operatives Urn led Retalt Department, J01 x- llna Street East, P.O. Box 1050, Sas-katcon, Sas kale he wan. ll Separate tenders are requested on ld all divisions of work. Plans and specifications are avail "s able In the following local Ion Calgary Conslruciron Association .Lethbridge Construction Assocfat on e Stralhmore Co-op Store Federated Co-operatives Limited K Moraine Road and 10th Avenue, N.E. Calgary, Alber a federated Co-operatives Limited saskatoon, Saskatchewan-. The or any tencfer not nee ho essarily accepted. ur FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES ie_ LIMITED Retail Development Department P.O. Dox 1DSO Saskatoon, Saskatchewan ;87 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO Schwartz Agencies (1V72) Ltd. College Mall, Phone 328-3131 Residential, Commercial properlles. Farms and ranches. Cliy or Town. Lowest Interest rates available. First and second mortgages. MORTGAGE loans avalloble on rarm! tomes, hotels, motels, commerc a buildings and Industrial properlies cated anywhere In Alherta. Fail, cor "al. contldenllal service, at compel! live rates. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7lh SI. S. Phone space for library; building nstalllng shelves for books As either part of nr apart from 1 above, the Board wishes to have residence on the school site demolish as we as the o der part of J school s connected to t bul !d Ing f o be renovated by of a "tunnel." It s possible have Ihe bidder demo Ishi the bul ings aforementioned In componsal or part Inr the material a contents retrievable. The sUe of the demo t on musf developed to b end In with the E rounding area. Tiie lowest or any bid will no1 cessar v accepled. J. L. Alblzza 1r Secretary-Treasurer, Blalrmore, government expects save in interes charges during the next years following arrangemen to refinance million ot th million debt of the Alber Resources Railway, says Pr vincial Treasurer G o r d o Miniely. J Mr. Miniely said a cabin order authorized b o r r o w fa from the chartered banks the province's Treasury 0 Branches at an inlerest rate cl 6% per cent on the million r worth of debentures which mature this week. The provincial treasurer sale domestic and intern a t i ona money markets carried currem interest rales ot per cent 1 and they "are not allracliye sources to refinance the rail victims named WfLDWOOD (CP) RCMP todav released the name of the fourth man killed Wednesday when a Canadian National Railways freight train struck o car at a crossing near here. He was identified as Thomas Stanley McKenzie, 23, of Swan Hills. The accident, 70 miles west of Edmonton, also resulted In the deaths of Wayne Mark (Jos-son, 19, of Whitecourt, Stanley Pai-nall of Wildwood, 19, and Gordon Miller, 22, of Gains- INTERIM from S75.000-51 million. All loans mys te solidly secured, rate negoliable. Commercial, Industrie farms, ranches. PREFERRED FINANCE CORP. LTD. Calgary, Alberla 262-3908, 262-6465 t Home Mortgage; Available to Or More Reduce- payments by more than per cent and repay according lo yo qualified budget. No special qualifications. 11 you ha equity in your home, call a MIDTOVs man today. For confidential appolnlmenl in t privacy of your PHONE N. J. GIESBRECHT 327-2181 Evenings and Weekends 328-0005 M1DTOWN MORTGAGE AND LOANS LTD. 1265 3rd WE. S. C2549-1 75 NOTICE in the malfef of Section of The Municipal Government Act in and in Ihe matter of the c oslng of cerla n portion o lane, Tj. TAKE NOTICE that at its reqjlar meeting to be held on Monday, 17fh day of July, 1972, at 1fie hcur of 8 o'clock in the evening, n Ihe Count Chambers at City Hatl in Lethbrdge, Alberia, Die Council of the dry Lethbridge Mends 1o give consideration to cosing; Y; That portion of aneway wh ch ies between Stxlh Avenue Soulh N and Sixth Avenue "A" Soulh on Plan LETHBRIDGE 3740 U commencing at a po nt Four (2-1) feel North ol Ihe most Norlherly boundary of Slxlh Avenue "A" South, and thence ne Norlherly For a distance of Eighty Nine (89) lee! on saidi 48b2 U SIZES 34-48 n You'll enjoy wearing th clear-cut, classic coatdress much in the fall as you right now. Wavy yoke softe slimming vertical line. Printed Pattern 4862: NE Women's Sizes 34, 36, 38, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36 (bust 4 akes 3'A yards 45-inch. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS cents) in coins (no in deatl us of Olympic Games star W EDMONTON (CP) Jam 0 Dean, 30, cf Calgary has bet oj charged with criminal neg gence causing death in tl 75 May 14 death of Kevin Sire js of Red Deer. The prelimina jj hearing will be held Aug. 10. or Dean was charged follow! al the accident with operating vehicle while having a bloi r; alcohol level exceeding .08 a R' with illegal possession to' liquor. Mr. Sirois, a member of t Canadian speedskating team the Winter Olympics in Japs M- was riding has bicycle to F ID- monton as part ot his train! the for the cycling events in t OT Summer Olympuc Games Doctor's 57 licence suspended H" TORONTO (CP) A smal town Ontario doctor who bille the provincial medical-care pla for treating 316 patients in on day has had his licence su pended for three months by th Ontario College of Physician and surgeons. Neither the doctor nor lh ne community was named. Th s" case is described in the co e' lego's annual report. The report said the doctc carried out 299 office visit, made six house calls, visile three patients in hospital an conducted eight "office proc dures" on Oct. 2, 1970. m- Under tlio Onlario Health I aun surance Plan be would or- earned for the day he work. The plan pays f he each office visit and for ho >a- pilnl visits. es, The disciplinary committ on- found the doctor guilty of re As- dering services lhat were n falls 35 KANSAS CITY (AP) Fo n mer president Harry S Truma 88, was examined by doctors V hospital here Wednesday aft 15 he slipped at his home nearby Independence, M Tuesday night, a h o s p i t 8 spokesman said. Ttuman, w j had complained of soreness his lower back, returned nor shortly afterward, the spoke man at Research Hospital No one on the train was injured in the accident at a crossing equipped with lighls and bells. j AVE e Govt. earmarks e s for o flood victims r EDMONTON (CP) The s provincial cabinet has sel aside d to provide emergency d grants (o flood victims in the B. Peace River Dislricl, it was announced today. a- An Emergency Measures Or-e ganization official said Ihe s amount was provided in a spear cial warrant as a contingency s- fund to meet damage claims that may arise. The tion will handle the money, n- The EMO official said no ot sidelines have been set up far for paying the grants. cents for eac i pattern irst-class mai ing and spec mndling. Print plainly SIZE, NAM ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBE Send order to ANNE ADAIi ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN Nil BEH, YOUR NAME AND DRESS, and the name of Lelhbridge Herald. DC N send it to The Heraid FREE Spring Fashion 0 Choose one pattern free fr new Spring Summer Cata All sizes: Send 30c INSTrt SEWING BOOK cut, fit, modern way. FASHION BOOK wha j; wear answers. r AND J EQUIPMENT Gravel leveling. Compaction eq ment. Concrete equipment. C o r r cleaning Phone 358-4765. 1110 Ave S. i T 1 I j w-f ported, in 5: Lions parade is hi MEXICO CITY (Reuter) in About Lions Club me bers paraded through the m avenue of Mexico City yest day amid a flurry of flags, _ blaring of and ed honking of iar horns. The er- rade, tieing up traffic for mi -ed opened the four-day annual c ub- vention of the Internationa! socialion of Lions 77- REMODELLING BATHROOMS, Chens, recreation rooms. INSTALLATION ot storm wind slorm doers, door locks, libre awnings. FREE ESTIfAATES ADVANCE LUMBER CO. ITD. Cor Ind Ave. >31h SI, S. Lellib cor' tna Phone 328-3301 g as 5 n AVE 0 NEW PUBLISHER og. VANCOUVER (CP) NT Southam Press Ltd. announ( sew Ihe appointment of Paddy Sh NT man, editor, to succeed F S. Auger who retired as p lisher of The AND FJRTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person who claims he his lands will be prejudicially affeclcd by closing of Ihe roadway shal afforded an opportunity lo be heard by the Council by himself or his ag Idge DATED AT LETHBRIDGE this 1-llh day cf June A.D., Jcnn Gerla, City ;