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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ig IHE IETKBRIDGE HeRAlO Tueiday, HaicS 31, 19X0 50 MISCELLANEOUS 58 MALE HEIP WAN1ED ARTICLES WANTED TWIN STROLLER, IN 0000 COND. Hi LB. DUY.BEU. AND CAST IRON. COPPER, BRASS, R4DI- llorl, prlMJ. lifl Iron Ltd, ll MMKi WANTED-F1VE OR T-t HORSE OUT' bM'd roicr. cr IJN tebvls'cn. Fftrrs HIGHEST PRICES FOR A'iliU a-d esjt DAVIS EN1ERPSISES 1X1 3rd A-.C. S. S'; THE SALVATION ARW NEEDS: feed vsed tfcittna. Firiktiiriy elsih'rg. Trls lell aT 411 EXPERIENCED DIESEL SEAM RAILER TRUCK DRIVER, PHONE m-sw. C71S2-H 66 PERSONAL ADVICE INFORMATION ANO Di- rection centre A 1.0. A corrmwilty Ice. 10 p.m. LEThBRIDCE AND DISTRICT KEN- Kl Club v.ll obec'etice s cCT-.rer-ci-tf April At pr-. at Ir-e 4H Thll to tnt Direct v cf Iha St. Irrlcatloo Disfricl. places Mill Pecsws Field Islarxi St. Mary gallon Dlitr Id OH let 70 GARDENING Grassy Lake Mil's Eii3 Riyal Car.adlan Legion Mail Ccaldale HsM St. Mary Rher trrl- licn Dislrlct Wfice The Wafer Uici Qualified lo vote are eby nstillKi la attend eny tA above pel Una places on the day cf Iffi) btrwtert rha hoai ct o'clock In the ftyfODon fl.'S o'clock h the dyrlrj hk.ri period I to held wld elect-on fcr DIrertw. alrd IS day cf March, 157P. J. w. ir.ltssen, 53 FEMAIE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL BABYSIT ncrtn Side. Phrr.e PGSITION REQUIRED IN SVALL ty age 33. office ira'ned, V-r.'e Box Hera'tf. CONSUMER FINANCE EXPERIENCE? fcave ft i a Mr ac11 vt cpenlr.; Ic r an rran In Ccnsumer, ir.djsrrial cr H3rr.e-1m- TREES TRIMMING, CUTTING OS Iran'plantEng. Phw.B (7W-t! NEW LAWNS PUT IN, ODD JOBS refilling. Relurnlrg Cfllcer Ml (5 TREES TRIAV.1EO AND ODD JOBS Phcne 327.J1JS. CMH1I FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- 6EON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 323-OTt J73WI LAWN ASEATLNG AND GARDEN rclililllng. Mike Bobak. YARDS CLEANED, ODD JOBS DONE, e mended, tasemenls clea-.ed cr l have p crn-.T.ensurale vilih, and pp- 54A LICENCED NURSERIES KRADLE KCCP DAY CARE CENTSE Child'en, six to six years. 3J3-2S35. CJ7J7.II COSTANZO'S DAY CARE CENTRE Phone 323-5057. 55 MAIE EMPLOYMENT WANTED Fcr en 13 discuss career in cir crganliatlcn Christie al 3JS-3V7 TRADERS GROUP LIMITED SPSlfJG CLEAN (J? AM c) i-.rk hvj'td 2.-.iy, Rca- five positions. Fr.cre 6K6 if AGRICULTURE DIP L 0 M A GRAD-] Young Men Age 18-23 Years With fulure opportunities In home office and administra- MARINE AND FRESH WATER TROPICALS rted plsnSs, tar.ks ftrj accKSortes 53; :ih Ave. s. 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS, PAS PER LB. Also heavy hens. H. Dyck, AH, Phore 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS rder No. 772-1 JQl-ttl Ccoitruclfen of 3 New Sarcfe Rtsenre Dijt. Sealed Tenders, rr.jtktd ai to con- lent, addressed ta Indfan ASlalri lhtrn Develop Custorr.l Building, 31, Alberta will be received tp to: p.m. (AVS.T.) 15 April, 1970 Tender documents Obtained General Con1 factors cnjy em deptait cf In tf-.e fcrm cl a CERTIFIED CHEQUE, payable to THE RECEIVER GEKERAL OF CANADA, from Indian A! fairs and Northern Development, CtstcT.i Building, Calgary 71, A'berla. Examined at the cilice of: calvary Consirucilw Msocia- ?l Street 5 Avenue N.'.V. J7, Alberfa PHONE: 7E3-SWS Lowest or tender not sarlii- accepted. E. rkt Supwvfix Blackfooi-Stoney-Sarcee Diit. BUY LOVELY PET PUREBRED CHI- huahua, Icr Easier. 3rd Ave. A S. Phcnj 8651-31 0 M A GRAD. j '.drr.'.r.J _r ler.ce desir-s In a-ej. Wrile 2K2 Ave. S. cr ca'J YOUNG f.'A'i Ex kncei v.llh S.A.l.T. d p wou'd liXe CT farm WE OFFER A Jive ysar Irainlrg starTFnq We er.d clf-'r ber.sflts. QUALIFICATIONS tiers ai'.''At 1! cr prepared lo tf cr Ijre.-ra.i. Fof lurlher ccma In ar5 Eo SKI si pv.o-ic SERV.CE. PHONE Water District Survey Urged HELENA, Mont. (AP) The Montana Water Resources Boanl lias received a request for a preliminary survey into the feasibility of crcntini; a water conservation district in McCono Counly. The rc.mcst seeks a system lo furnish irrigation, industrial municipal nr.d recreational wa- ter for the wanly. Water board director Doug- las Smith said flic proposed dis- trict possibly couM inciurle por- tions of Garficld and Bichland (xnnUw, Wood Operations Arc Curtailed VANCOUVER (CP) A spokesman far Columbia Com- pnny, Limited, Fniil today that wood production is being cur- tailed at its Tuinriver limber operation at Terrace, B.C., ami interior woods operation al Nataisp, B.C. The spokesman said the pre- cise number of workers af- fected was rot known bat that some workers would bo re- tained at each operation. Tho twn opcralioa1! employ a lota] of 600 men. The spokesman said the diiclion is necessary to bring wood inventories into proper balance. OTTAWA (CP) AnU-Cana- dianism was not a factor in an incident in which a member of the Canadian high commission in Trinidad was slugged at a Port of Spain traffic slop last week, a spokesman for the ex- ternal affairs department said today. The incident Involved Stanley Carbon of Winnipeg, who was "slightly bruised" Friday evening when a passer-by reached through his car window and struck him once, the spokesman said. Ho added, however, that a re- port by lligli Commissioner Gerald Rau indicated the attack was a random pureh. The as- sailant, who escaped, could not have identified Mr. Carlson in his unmarked car as a Cana- dian. Port cf Spain was the scene earlier in the monlh for anti-Ca- nadian demonstrations prior to the convictions in Montreal of Trinidad students on charges in connection with the destruction of a computer at Sir George Williams University in 1069. "You mean that's him sil- ting over there, the guy wilh the vacant look staring up at the ceiling? You must be kid- ding. I didn't think columnists looked like that." TRY A DIRTY BOOK "I don't mean to be critical of you, dear, but if you can't get around to writing the great American novel, couldn't you just sit down some afternoon and turn oul a nice good dirty so we couM at least afford to send the kids to a decent school." "You're who? You're the columnist? Well, someone must have miscoraiecled us, but while I got you on the phone would you mind taking a want ad and see that the right fellow gets "My wife reads you regu- larly. You know tow it is with women nothing to do all day but sit around the house and kill lime." "I liked your piece today. But it was "a lot like the one you wrote the day before yes- terday, wasn't "You moan you aclually ge paid for writing stuff like "Frankly, this column doesn't hit me where t live. But let's wake up the tele- graph editor and show it to 1dm. U he doesn't {all asleep before he finishes, we'll run IN MEMORIAMS NVKLEW In loving mem- ory' of Nick N'yldew, who passtd away -March 31, 1963. remtmbtted by his wife Deanna and daugh- ters, Gloria and Jerry. WESTBROOK In taring memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, James II. Westbrook, who passed away March 31, 1962. missed and lovingly remembered by his wife and family. WOOD In loving memory of Helen A. Wood, who passed away March 31, 1968. A beautiful memory lingari. remembered by hus- band Chester, son Arthur and family and daughter Barbara and family. 9107 ROELOFS In loving mem- ory of Nellie Roetofs, who pass- ed away March 31, 1959. True was your heart, your aclions kind, Your life a pattern to those left behind, Gone are the days we used to share, But in our hearts you ire al- ways there. remembered by Vivienne, Rick and families. 9106 it." "What does it mean when it says one of your pieces is being reprinted by popular de- mand? Are those the days you have hangovers, or the" days you go Garlic Scandal Odor Ranishcd In Romania BUCHAREST (AP) Tha Romanian government, b y acting firmly, hopes it has banished the odor of a garlic scandal. A pungent black market for the seasoning came into exist- ence after two poor harvests. Garlic began to sell for ten- fold its regular price. The Communist party news- paper Scanteia says it was fo'jnd that an official sedan belonging to the ministry of food industry was making, strange runs to remote re- gions. Nine sacks of garlic were traced, and it was deter- mined that the pioceeds went lo a man whose son is Traian Zaharia, deputy minister of the food industry. Zaharia was dismtaed. Havre District Man Bites Off Big Chunk HAVRE, Mont. (AP) John Lawlor, 30, member of a Ha- vre area ranching family, bit off a big chunk this week when ie filed to oppose U.S. Senator Mike Mansfield in the Demo- cratic primary election in Mon- tana this year. Lawlor said he hopes his ac- ,ion will bring young Montana residents into politics. Lawlor ranches southeast of Havre and says he lias a law degree although he is r.ot a practicing attorney. Soinu! Of Music Family Reunited BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) The, mother of tho famed sing- ing von Trapp family dcpictcc in the movie The found o Music hnil a happy Easter Siut' day when six von Trapps visilci her in hospital. M.iria von Trapp, 55, is recovering from fractured arm and ribs lii an automobile accident CI-AIM SAFETY RECORD KINGSTON, Onl. (CP) Thi Du Pont of Canada Ltd. plan here Monday claimed a new Ca nadian safety record. Emplo) cos worker! hours out n lost lime injury, from Jan 1, 1969, until last weekend, NICK KORVER FARM AUCTION SALE 1 Milt EAST AND 5 MILES NORTH COAIDADE, ALBERTA TUESDAY, APRIL 7 -1 P.M. IUNCH SERVED Having been favored wilh irulrirclions from Mr. Nick Kor- ver, who has rcnled Sis farm, we will offer for sale thi following line of farm machinery oj lisled below lubject to arldiiTom, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of Ihe sale. TREMS CASH day of Ihe sale, wilh lolllemenr In full before removal frem Ihe form. TRACTORS Chalmers WO 45 Gal Row Crop Traclor wilh 6-row looli for 4-rcw with 3 point hitch, wheel 1-l.H.C. Furmoll Super M Row Crop with wide axle wilh dual wheels COMBINE AND SWATHER 1-Massey Horris 90 Specio! with 14-11. Platform wilh McCoy Rcnn Pickup 1-Massey Harris P.T.O. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT 1-l.H.C. Power Unil UB264 nolural gas driven with Berkeley 4JRM heavy duly pump, suction and discharge; 33 Oliver ft. pipe with cunlro risersj 10 Oliver 4x40 ft. pipe wilh end risers; 32 Major 4x40 ft. pipe wilh end risers; l-Major 4x20 ft. pipe wilh end risers; 10 ff. main line with valve opening couplers; 14 ft. main line with end coupler] Quantity of end plugs MACHINERY 1-10-fl. Jeoffroy Chisel Plow wilh hydraulic -lill; 1- 10-fl. Cockshult double disc; l-12-ft. I.H.C, rod weederi fl. Mosicy Harris drill; 1-3-furrow M.M. plow hydraulic lifl; 1-2 furrow plow for 3 point hilch; 1-3 point hilch dilch filler; 1-3 point hilch ditcher Allis Chalmers; Inland weed sprayer, tank and Irailerj Deere side delivery rake; Co-op mower; Mossey Ferguscn No, 10 baler] 1 Bole loaden 1-l.H.C. side delivery rake; 1 Hoot wilh sled roller; 1-8-fl. Melroe pickup; groin boxi rubber-tired flat deck APPROX. 400 TO 500 BAUS 2nd CUTTING AIFAIFA HAY SUGAR BEET EQUIPMENT 1-l.H.C. Beet Harvester Harvester beet whipper Deero Mo. 70 Flexi-Planter with both disc and shofll 1-Silver Beet Thinner MISCELLANEOUS Houser for Super M; l-Hydroulic 3" ram; 1 Plalform scalct pump; fencer; heater; 25 chimney bloclcs; Craft lire IrjOO x 16; 1 Electric cream separator, 1-Cyclono ferliliier spreader; 1 Fertilizer attach, for seed drill; Wrenches; Hammers and olHer tools and many more ilems too numerous lo mention, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Nrco set of xilchen cupboards, SALc CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISE LTD. BOX 105. COALDALE, ALBERTA ''Serving the Soulh by Word of Mouth" For Further information Phone 345-3534, or Owner ;