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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP WANTED SERVICES AND REPAIRS j BIRTHS ENNS Jolrn and Janice ire pleased to announce the arrival of thair- first born, a ion, Todd John, on March 3, 1973. 8643 VAN SLUYS Born to Dao-nis and Marion Van Sluys, Grau-um, a son, Jayson Johi, March Dth, Ibs. FU'st grandchild far Ur. and Mrs. John Vsndervalk, or business as sola owner or partner [active or s All replies treated with strictest confidence. No agents preferred. Wrile Box 60, Herald. ACT, 1968 APPLICATION TO CHANGE AREA OF A DISTRICT (SECTION 10) TAKE! NOTICE thai unless a writ ten objection from any persons hav Inc a Ixxia licts Interest in matte Is Hied co or belare April 5, 1973 wll tte Irrigation Council, DEpsrlmen cf Agriculture, at Rm. 505. Agricul lure Bldg.r Edmonton, Alberta, or tfia lie petlticr. be heard by the distric court instead of the Locst Authorities Board, ths Council may approve the petition lo Include a parcel In th flc'.v River frr gallon District for ffi purpcoe a waler rights to sprinkle irrigate 170 In the WVa IU1S-2C Douglas Leonard Walker (Pelilioner) prices for gold on international bullion markets have forced major Canadian retailers to increase prices of merchandise containing gold. A plain gold charm can now cost up lo 25 per cent more than it did six months ago. The increase in selling price, however, does not mean more profit for the retailer. In most cases, they are simply passing on increased costs to the customer. A spokesman for Peoples Credit Jewellers Ltd. says the rising price of gold on international markets "has to be re, fleeted" in the retail price of such items as gold charms and rings. Such increases, however, seldom parallel the increase in the price of gold. "The markup on the wholesale price of the quantity of gold in on item does not represent the total retail price. Accordingly, the amount of change in a gold item rarely reflects to the full extent the rate of change for gold on international markets.' A machine-made such as charms and men's more accurately reflects the changing price of gold because the majority cf the cost of such an item is the gold itself. A ring with a complicated design and precious stones will reflect the change less because a greater portion of its selling price includes expenses s.'cli as hand labor and costs for precious stones. The spokesman for Peoples says his company "picks a price based on where we expect Uie price of gold to settle and this price is reviewed every two weeks to a month depending on how great the price change for gold on international markets." Manufacturers, to establish the price retailers must pay, fix ths price of gold on the date of shipment. N. S. Cuthbert, vice-president of Simpsons-Sears, says "when invoices come in reflecting an increase in the price of gold the increase is passed on to the customer." Dorothy Adcock, jewelry buyer for Batons, says every retail store is in "exactly the same position." "Goods already in stock are not repriced higher. But new merchandise does reflect our increased costs." For those in the market for a ring or gold charm there is still a posslbla way to save IM A REAL Flvfitr and gift shop In soirth AlbeMa's most progressive and growfng community. Ideal attuatlcn tgr family enterprise. Have F.T.D, and U.F.C. de f se r vice. B uslness Includes building, furniture, fixtures and delivery van. All gift al cost. SuifneiS showing excellent profit. Serious inquiries may be made lo Box W, HerEfd. diplomat top candidates for president JERUSALEM (AP) A Supreme Court judge, a former diplomat and a politician who has mitten a hit play are in line for the job of president of Israel. The post is ceremonial and ij supposed to be above politics. Decision-making is left to the premier. President Zalraan Shazar, 83, must retire in May because he has served two five-year terms, the maximum permitted. The dominant Labor party has chosen three candidates, one of whom is likely to win parliamentary support over nominees of the smaller political parties. Tile president is elected by parliament, tho Knesset. The three candidates are Jacob Tsur, 67, veteran Zionist ieader and former ambassador to France; Eliahu Manny, a Supreme Court judge, and Yitzhak. Navon, 52, a Labor party member of the Knesset who wrote a musical about life in Israel. Tsur is the apparent favorite. Born in Russia, like President Shazar and Premier Golda Meir, Tsur came to Palestine 52 years ago. He was active in Jewish affairs during the British mandate in Palestine, then joined the foreign service in 1948 when Israel became a state. 72 UCENCED KINDERGARTENS, TRUST PHONE 328-7761 SMALL TOWN HOTEL Big dislricl to draw from. Newly decorated teversge room. Eight rooms upstairs for rentaf purposes. Liquor license applied far by present owner. Try this one. Have ycur own Cafl a Royal Trust Realtor, EXCLUSIVE. KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE 3JS-2B35. Baby Centre 74 47 NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING IN LOCAL NEWSPAPER (SEC A3 (14) J RICHARD WAYNE MICHEL AND SHIRI.EV ANNE MICHEL Notice is hereby given tiist Richard v.ayne Michel (Southern Reinforcing) and Stiirley Anne Miche made an assignment Into bankruptcy on the 1st Jay oj March, 1973 snd Ihe first meet-no. of creditors be held on the day cf March. at o'clock .in forenoon at the office c, McGregor, Lord and Co 519 7tn St. S., In Ihe City ol Lethbridge, n the Province ol Alterta, DATED al Lenibridge, Alberta this lith Say o) March, W. R, Lofd. Trustee Box 940 519 7lh St. S. Ltthtridge, Alterta. TUTORING BY TEACHER: HIGH scho-t French and English. Phone 339-J801. 76 SEWING done in my howe. LOANS AND GUARDS STRIKE WALPOLE, Mass (AP) -Guards at Walpole state prison went on strike today and were immediately handed five-day suspensions. As the strike began, slate police armed with rifles and clubs began manning wall towers at the crisis-torn maximum secur-ty institution. As Ihe 580 prisoners at Wai-pole remained locked in their cellblccks, negotiations to end the dispute were broken off in Boston. Peter Gold mark, secretary of human services, told a news conference that "there cannot be formal negotiations during the period of an illegal work stoppage." GO NO FURTHER Goldmark said the suspensions were handed out to the guards because "the point has came to draw the line and say here we will go no further." He said the contingency plans already in effect at Walpolc with the use of state police and civilians would make it possible to run the prison "for an indefinite period of time." The strike by called to press meir demand that they be given control of the prison and that the correction commissioner be was MUUIOLLAND Funeral service for Sirs. Hilda Anne Lysle Mulholland, beloved wife of Mr. James Mulholland ol Apt. SC2, 1G15 13th St. N., who died in the city Saturday, March 10, 1373, after a long 7B IOST AND SCHWARTZ Anentles (1972) Limited Ccltefle fAsli. 33SO351 The widest facility available. We ctn-sider ALL TYPES cf loans, LOST BLACK CAT WITH WH TE spot on thraat, Area behind Holiday Inn. Phone 337-5173. 79 INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPAR-ed by Eslher Lambert. Phone 3J8-SC4S. 7772 3) MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 -7th St. S. Phone ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wllh a drink Ir.p problem Phon'e 317-60" cr 374-37-fS, after S p.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Darcy Hems-worth, Jim Limaeher, Herb and Bob Klein, Greg Deck and Don Myers. Interment was in (he family plot in Mountain View Cemt'leiy. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, in charge of the All of mortgage financing: In trnall and old homes call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. Soulh, 3213U1. AUTHORITIES BOARD IM THE ftlATTER OF "The Munlcl-oal Government Act" AND IN THE MATTER OF "The Ad-mlnlslrafive Procedures Ad11 AND IN THE MATTER OF an appli-cBlior, hy the of Milk River, Alctrfa for annexalicn ol certain ter' rilory lying adjacent thereto. TAKE NOTICE that Ihe of Milk River, Alterta has be llione-d fcr an. nexaliwi lo the Town of the descrited All that portion ol the North Hall Sec-Iton (28> and all lhat pcrlion a fhs West Half of Section Thirly.Thrce Township Two m, Range sixteen Weil ol ths Fourth Meridian lies 10 Ihe East of the Easterly limit ol Highway no. t. The Board will hold a public Kfar-Ing cf Ihe matter ot Ihe petition in the Town of Milk River's Town Office on Thursday, March 23, 1973, at a.m. It may be lhat you are a party whose rights will be varied or affected by Ihe Board exercising Ms statutory au-thwlly in granting cr refusing the an nexatlOTi appllcalEon and you are hereby notified lhal K you fo make any representation in Ihis re sard you may file such written submission with the Board, or taptar at the aforementioned public hearing In Ihe event 1hat no valid written representation It filed or spoken to as noted Ihe Board proceed to dea with Ihe petit on on me basis cf evi 1 deuce presented at Ihe public hear ng. DATED M Edmonton, In the Provtncl of Albertt, this