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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 inHBRIDGI HERAIB -61 TEACHERS WANTED May '0 GARDENING Births, Death j Cards Of I In Menu BIRTH ULRIC1I Marty Allan is woud to announce the arrival >f his baby brother, Robbie loseph 7 Ibs., 13 ozs., born 20, 1970 at St. Michael's Jospital. Proud parents are Mar-in and Marie. s, Funerals, t Thanks, I jriams 1 IN MEMORIAM i SKARONSKI-In lovtag mem- ry of MarHia Skaronski, who xissed away May 3, 1969. All the love you gave us, in happy bygone years, The comfort of your presence, in days of joy and tears, Each sacrifice you had to make, along the path you i 'tred; Is remembered by those who loved you, as you rest in peace with God. r e m embered by Mrs. Alyce Brown and family, Mr. Michael Skronski and family, Mrs. Helen On-drick and family, Mrs. Vicki Bannerman and family, Mrs. Martha Egger acd family. Vis Claimed I LONDON (Reuters) After a toe-week "new look" tour of c Australia and New Zealand, the C )uecn and Prince Philip come to Britain Monday con- r rfnced that fears about the fu- r ure of the- monarchy are over- lone. In contrast to signs of public ipathy at home, the latest royal risit is thought by Buckingham Palace officials to have been a antastic success. Typical press reaction here ivas a comment in The Daily felegraph cabled from Sydney, Australia, saying that the first 'walkabout" tour by the Royal Family had advanced history by 100 years. AH tiiis has come as some-ling of a surprise in Britain, toe the trend has been towards off-color jokes, irreverent cartoons and occasional disparaging comments. And it is not certain here that the Queen's visit to Canada in July will be as To Som fantastic i. British writer Andrew Dim-an, who has followed the lueen on a trail ,of iiblic engagements, writes in a ew book on the monarchy that oyal visits tend to be swathed a what he calls a mire of syco-ihantic flapdoodle. The impression hi Australasia s sharply different. This was he third royal tour there, and he Queen decided to make it a Tieet-the-people affair, trudging >ver some 25 miles of pave-Tient, grass and rough track to .alk informally to ordinary folk. Reports filtering back to Buckingham Palace suggest hat the crowds were enchanted The 44-year-old Queen herself, it s said, found the experience de-ightful after the formality of irevious visits. Prince Charles and Princess tone "going in among the people and catching 'em as me palace official put it, con-ributed to the success of the our. British observers now Success isHng whether the walkabout Bxperiment will be tried here. If a palace informant said, it will be on a tentative, expert-. mental basis since conditions at >ome may pose special prob. ems. Prince Charles, 21, described y some as a royal success ory, came home ahead of tta est of the touring party to prepare for examinations Cam-nidge. Next week he will seen in a new role, as television interviewer in a documentary >rogram. On their return to Britain, ueen and Prince Philip face a ull schedule of engagements >efore leaving for a tour of Caft-da July 5. Whether the Australian success will be repeated fa Canada s far from certain. Prime Minister Trudeau has said technol-gical change and the feelings f the new generation may lead Canada to give up its comiee-tons with the Koyal Family in next 10 years or so. Even in Britain, public atti-udes are changing. Starry-eyed alk about the dawn of a new Elizabethan era, marking Queen Elizabeth's coronation une 2, 1953, has given way to a more questioning approach, especially among younger people. The breezier, less genteel manner is evident in Duncan's 25-page book, called The Realty of Monarchy. It is spiced vith uncomplimentary references. With little substantiation, ttw book refers to Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon as the dack sheep, calls Princess Anne the wild one, describes Prince Philip's vision of the future as hardly that of an imaginative man and says the Queen sometimes makes a fool of her self with speeches of appalling banality delivered in terms of reverential plumminess. Duncan describes the Queen as a family woman, with little interest in the subtleties of power or the cynicism of high office. Duncan's formula for the future is more short-no-ice visits to factories, hospitals, housing estates; a lead to public opinion on racial discrimination and the housing shortage; more television appearances and shorter trips less cluttered with rjrotocol Until new functions are found, he concludes, the monarchy Is fa dajiger of obsolescence by apathy. PINCHER CRCEK ST. Rolotllllng. Phone WORK, FENCES, GARAGES, j sterns repaired, odd obs. Pl.one 27-6834. Application! ore Invited (or 1 if Prlnlclpal of St. Mlchasl's bchoo Plnchcr deck, Gridos 1 to mint 500 plus, prclermcn will given to thoss with post graduate .du-utlon In school Admlnlslra on MM mum Salary and .Admlnlslratlon Al lowance approximately Kindly forward application! to: Mrs. A. E. Soucy, Secretary-Treasurer, Plncher Creek St. Michael R.C.S.D. No. 18 P 0. BOX 1450, Plncher Creek, Alberta. TRIMMED AND ODD JOBS -one. Phone 3J7-7398. cww( CRETE DRIVEWAYS, SIDE- elks, polios. ritsi for limited me. Phone 3JI-21M t nonths. SIM. Phone 327-5962. TON WILL TRAVEL FOR prlng cleanup and garbage hauling, hone 127-1431. TREE TRIMMING, LAWN V .king; garbage hauling, etc. Phone TILE, CEMENT WORK enovatloni, alterations. Phone J and Cuslom 345-4630, 321-3870. Greenhouse. Phone RAVEN 1129 7th ST. N. Otchen cupboardl, rumpul rooms, re-nodelllng and repairs. Phone 327-3219. 62 EDUCATIONAL NURSERIES V For trees, shrubs, perennla J, and andscaplng. Local representatives -Norman Nelson, Phone 327-2832, r. r. Folllnglo phone 327-4394. and stuccoing. Anderson and orenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. Phone 327-6682. FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. Canada's leading school. Ma tlon, College, al Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alta. Phone 2M-83H. STEINER CEMENT WORK, Id basements dug, water proofing. Inured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. New Opportunity uM'f. for FREE career Tells "'u how to at home for top pay. career HOLY WHITE MAN Catherine of Cardston, passed away n Calgary on Monday, May 4, 1970, at the age of 23 years, i'uneral arrangements wfill be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral 'tame Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. career career Accountancy career Comquter Programming Management career career and Writing careers School DiP'orna ENGINEERING CAREERS -Mechanical Electrical -Electronic Municipal -Highway NEW HOME OWNERS! Youno trees for sale. Dropmore Elms, YD. GRAVEL TRUCK, 580 :ase back-hoe and front-end loader. Phone 327-1413, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 327-347 after 5 p.m. We dig driveways. BASEMENTS? DRY SWIM-TI ng pool, leaky dugouts or ditches, lew guaranteed formula. Home rear kits, Phone 327-1076 or Box 81, Lelhbrldge. -Chemical -Work study SCiENCE Room 26 313 Adelaide St. West Toronto, POWER RAKED -GARDENS ROTOTILI.ED. PHONE 327-7066. Passed away in the city on Saturday, May 2, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Edith Ada, aged 79 years, beloved wile of Mr. William G-Aldous, formerly of 802 15th St. S. Funeral arrangements will je announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. Rig Trains This Drilling EDMONTON (CP) -This drilling rig doesn't want to strike in fact the Alberta government has ruled it must never go below feet, a precaution so a strike won't happen. The full-size drilling rig is in the middle of Edmonton's south side industrial TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of PARASKICA JAN-KOVICH, also known as WARY JAN-KOVICH, late of the city of Lethbrldge, n the Province of Alberta, who died on the 5th day of April, 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitor by the 5th day of June, 1970, a u statement of their claims and of securities held by them. ROMAN SCHOLDRA 535-13lh Street North Lethbrldge, Alberta Solicitors for Mike Jankovlch, Executor. MANURE Excellent, well-rotted. Big loads 57.50. Hefp two UNIVERSITY STUDENTS 'hone 327-9375. For Mil Attracts Many By THE CANADIAN PRESS Thousands of Canadians marched, jogged, limped, or were carried or wheeled this weekend in the annual Miles for Millions march to raise funds for the world's hungry. Many thousands more who stayed at home pledged money for every mile covered by one of those taking part. Why do they do it? Twelve-year-old Robbie Burgess, jogging along in white shorts and a red singlet, gasped out his reason: "We've got so much over here and the people there have so lit-He was one of an estimated who took part in Toronto's march which ofganizers believe may have raised The course was 32.7 miles. Among his fellow marchers was James Amissah, acting high commissioner for Ghana, who was sponsored at an hour by Gov.-Gen. Roland Mich-ener. With support from staff at his embassy, Mr. Amissah fm-i s h e d the mite with pledged. Patilcia Bolton, 18, was supported in the -Toronto walk by jazz musician Duke Ellington, who pledged and owes her Patricia obtained a pledge from him at a concert earlier this year. In Vancouver, walkers entered a 25-mile hike Sunday fewer than last year. About finished, raising about Fisheries Minister Jack Davis had Prime Minister Trudeau and five other cabinet ministers signed as sponsors for his Vancouver walk. At Chilliwack, B.C., walked 23 miles Saturday foi about ONE USED CRUTCHES In Edmonton, 67-year-dd Dr J. Grant MacEwan, Alberta's lieutenant-governor, who jogi every morning and runs up and down staircases at the legislature, led an estimated persons Sunday. One did the 25 miles on crutches, another1 in a wheelchair. Another dropped out after an appendicitis attack About was raised. In Saskatoon, March Canadians alked 20 miles Saturday to aise for the Saskatche-an Council for Crippled Chil-ren. At Sarnia, Ont., student Jim tapleton, 23, covered 25 miles in his wheelchair while Olympic runner Andy Boychuk finished irst in One group of Montreal stu-ents, aged 12 to 18, marched 20 miles, stopping at checkpoints or hot chocolate. There was no estimate of what they raised unday. In Saint John, N.B., fin ished a 30-mile march raisinf n estimated from abou sponsors. Meanwhile 108 residents from the St. Martins area, about 31 miles south of Saint John, held 20-mile walk for about Ninety -nine finished. On marcher, Glendon Brown, 15 made a return SALE ARDY CHRYSANTHEMUMS. PHONE JOCK COYLE, 28-1595. 313 12th ST. CN. Passed away in the city on Saturday, May 2, 1970, G. Harry Martin, aged 84 years, a well known funeral director of the city, and beloved husband of the late Mrs. L. M. (Vinnie) Martin of 1264 5th Ave. S. The funeral service will be held in St. Augustine's Anglican Church at a.m. Tuesday, May 5th with Rev. C. T. Gale and Rev. J. G. Heald officiating. The service will be followed by cremation. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C7878 LIM Passed away suddenly in the city on Saturday, May 2, 1970, Anthony (Tony) James, aged five years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Sun Yue Lira of 307 7th Ave. "A" South. Besides his loving parents, he is survived by one sister, Shelley and two brothers, Allan and Lawrence, all at home. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating.. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C7879 PAISLEY Passed away in the city on Sunday, May 3, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Fanny Bertha, aged 83 years of 960 12th St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. Henry L. Paisley. Born in Ontario in 1887 the late Paisley moved to a farm in Granum in 1907, and a few years later to the Ridgeway district, east of Carmangay. Following the death of her first husband in 1949, she came to Lethbridge and has resided here until bar passing. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. P. (Doris) Hauser of Lethbridge; one grandson and one granddaughter; and one great-grandson. She was also predeceased by three sons. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will Mow in the Carmangay Cemetery at p.m. Those who wish, may pay their respects at t h e Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. 63 MUSIC PRIVATE TUITION ON GUITAR Frad Kane. Phone HARDWARE Shoppers' World Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS TOTILLERS, POWER RAKES, A.N SAW, ETC, ETC. 64 SEWING FOR ALL YOUR TAILORING, DRESS, making and alterations phone 328. 1204 TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE of DORIS ANNIE ROSS, late of the City of Lethbr.dge, n the Province of Alberts, Married Woman, deceased, who died on or about the 21st day of March, 1970. TAKE NOTICE that ail persons tiav ng claims upon the estate of the above named must file with Messrs. Prltchard, Hlga and Boras, Barristers and Solicitors, 202 Professional Building, 7-10 4th Ave. South, Lethbrldge, Alberta, by the 3rd day of June, 1970, a full statement of thalr claims and of securities held by them. Prltchard, Higa and Borai, Solicitors for tht Executors 66 QUiRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 8fl. LETHBRIDGE, SALE TIME AT THE LETHBRIDGE FARMERS MARKET 711 7lh St. S. garden seeds seed potatoes plants and sets bushes and flower seeds perennials Available now at lower prices. has a good in its fifth year of almost continous drilling, it has never struck oil. "Roughneck opened in 1966 by the Alberta government, trams about men a year for a job that is dangerous but the job of drillef's assistant on oil rigs. When they finish the month-long course, they become the "roughnecks" who put down the pipe and bring it up in the hunt for oil. LEARN TECHNOLOGY In late 1968, the school began to get a new kind of Eskimos and Indians from Canada's Arctic. Eskimos and Indians live Where the hunt for oil is going on, but technology is foreign to them. Applicants are supposed to have a Grade 6 education, but some of the native pupils have only Grade 2. Their fortnal deficit is erased by their natural ability. "They have a natural feeling for mechanical says Frank Klein, director of the training centre, "and their work habits are excellent." The native progfam is sponsored by several Canada Manpower, the federal Indian affairs and northern development department and the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors. STAND UP BETTER Natives selected for the four-week training course are flown to the school and home again at no charge to them. They pay neither their living costs at the school nor the price of tuition. They are given an allowance for their families while they are away, pocket money and necessary equipment such as boots, hard hats and work clothes. Cost for each trainee is about The chief attribute of the native trainees is that they can stand up better under the conditions on northern rigs, where the temperature to the Arctic winter sinks to 50 and 60 below zero and naked hands touching metal leave skin ASK ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAN Only 515.00 per month Rent applies to purchase prlca New or used HEINTZMAN PHONE 328.2W3 NURSERY AND GREENHOUSE 401 43rd St. S. Phone 328-2193 Open Every Day and Evening autlfy your home with winter hardy lade and fruit trees, evergreens, rubs, perennials, bedding out plants, c. HEALTH, WELFARE AND RELATED AREAS CONTACT A.I.D. CENTRE. Phone 327-7323 10 OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA. Written applications will be received by the undersigned until p.m. on Friday May 15th, 1970 for a School Ma ntenanee Man. Will work under Building Supervisor with other maintenance man. Duties to Include painting, repairing and maintenance of school buildings and residences. With letter of application submit an outline of experience, references and sa ary expected. Roy R. Wallman Secretary-Treasurer County of Forty MIlB No. 8 Alberta. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Dams Threaten To Burst ST. MICHEL DES SAINTS Que (CP) Town 67 SERVICES AND POULTRY AND DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 328-7342. TURKEYS, ALL ACES. hone Ui-mS or 234-374S, Fort Mec-od Rubber stamps, corporate seals, Haters, ate. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 32B-W PAN 39C PER LB. 1, Dyck, Box Coaldele. Phone 345-3224. Killed In Alberta Accidents By THE CANADIAN PRESS At least three persons were killed accidentally in Alberta during the weekend. A Canadian Press survey from 6 p.m. local time Friday to midnight Sunday night showed the three were all from the Edmonton area and all killed fa traffic accidents. Glen Cardinal, 22, 'of Winter-burn was killed when struck by a car on Highway 18, about four miles west of Edmonton. The other Edmonton residents who died, Glovannie Ma-rocco, 35, and Robert Hunter, 21, were killed1 when light truck and a car crashed head-on at an intersection. MAYTAG SALES anrj SERVICE. SER-vlces on all make! of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Alan all small lawn mowers. Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No loos too larqe or too small. LETHBRiDSE APPLIANCES, !05 3rd Ave. S. Phone PETS AND PROVINCE anxious watching two dam on the Mattawin River whic threatened to give way Sunday Waters, which reached three feet above street level an flooded basements, were re ported to be receding Sunda night but a .provincial police spokesman cautioned: "We just don't know what wi happen. We never do." A few families to this sma ogging hamlet, about 100 miles north of Montreal, had to evacu ate their houses and the polic spokesman said the situatto would remain critical as long a both the Duvasseur and Boi vert dams are pressured by leavy thaw. Mayor Guy GauUier sa Consolidated B a t h u r s t Ltc which controls the dams, shouli have opened them earlier and watched the waiter more SALE HAMSTER, CAGE, food, etc. Phone 327-5410. DEPARTMENT BOSTON TERRIERS, male, 12 weeks old. Unspayed tema e years old. Phone 328-7040 or 328-7576. HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will be received by undersigned up to o'clock Standard Time on Wednesday, May 20th, TWO, for the construction of the following work: Pro ect: Highway 49 Spirit River East Improvement District 19 Wanna m Area Gravel Crushing and Loading to Trucks Cubic Yards Contracts and Specifications may be obta ned at the Office of the Chief Maintenance Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the Office of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Street 4.W., Calgary, Alberta and the Office of the District Engineer, Administra-iofi Building, Lethbrldge, Alberta and will be available only to Individuals domiciled, registered and operating In he Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating In and who have established a fixed place 'of business In the 3rovlnce of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-five Dollars will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications faken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% ol itie Tender. Tenders will be opened n public. lowest or any Tender not Mkessarlly accepted. L. H, McMANUS Deputy Minister of Highway! And Transport Ml 70 NEW LAWS PUT IN, ODD JOBS AND rototllllng. Gardening hy season. Phone 327-6143. KITTENS FOR SALE, rained. Reasonable, Phone C ROTOTILLING, POWER RAKING. PHONE 3JB-7M2. CHIHAUHAUS FULLY grown males and females. IJlfl 3rd Ave. A S. Phone 378-3423, after 6 p.m. LAWNS POWER RAKED AND DEAD grass removed. K. Otanl. Phone 327 5427. BUSINESS TREES EVERGREENS AND Greenhouse, old Coaldale Road. VENDING MACHINES or sale or trade. Write Box 123, Herald. GARDEN ROTOTILLING. Phone Frank 328-738. STEAM CLEANING unit in excellent condition, phone 527-4522 Medicine Hat. WANTED BIG YELLOW ROTO tMlw for p.rts. Phone 327-24J1. LAWN AERATING 4 CENTS PER 14. yd. 'Phone John, HOTEL FOR SALE WITH attached living quarters, all or part. Phone 344-3416 or Box 61, Golden B.C. No decision until May llth. GOOD TOP SOIL AND WELL rotted manure. Phone 328-3289, evenings. SALON FOR SALE. Lo-caled downtown. Reasonable. Write Box 114, Herald. the possibility of declarin) :he town a disaster area and seeking provincial OVER 1000 UNSUCKER1NG TREE Sacs? to be moved. Phone SALE BEAUTY SALON. Four drying units, three styling SPRUCE AND SCOTCH PINE TREE n ft and up. A limited number. Phon 0. Toiler, 327-3191. Good business now. Potential excellent. Front street location. See Bll White Insurance Agencies, phone 562-2955, Blairmore, Alta. Claim Speed Mark EDMOmtlN CF-jet aircraft from the Canadian Forces Base at Cold Lake Alta., have claimed an un official speed record- for flight from Vancouver to Hall fax, a forces spakesman said here. The jets from 434 Operafaona Training Squadron, named th Bluenose Squadron, were pilot ed by Capt. Jake Miller of Kel vington, Sask., and Capt. Ron Small of Moncton, N.B. Capt. Miller made the fligl to Shearwater in four hours 24 minutes and 53 second while Capt. Small took four hours, 30 minutes and 4 sec onds. The previous record was sel by two F-86 Sabre Jets whic covered the same dis tance in 1956 in a time of fiv hours and five form Bene even as mi Clean up everythin other loans, time-pay plans with cash the full amount you you may be 1 before, call Beneficia up to 42 month centric iiHctii llnwll ore at ficial iichas j_your left-over ment accounts, financing rom Beneficial. Ask for have in mind. No matter wrrpwing or had I. taut loan can be ttfe-lnturtd tt on loans over f 1500 neficial JE CO. OF CANADA Si 6TH ST., LETHBRIDGE Idg.) 327-8565 PHONE FOR HOUM LANDSCAPING, ROTOTILLING, OD lobs and painting. New lawns seeded phone Ed, 32B-5288. SALE SERVICE STATION and house In Bellavue, Alta., on No Three highway. Excellent potentlel. See Bill White Insurance Agencies, phone 542-2955, Blairmore, Alta. DEATHS By THE CANADIAN Army Claims Arab Raiders Slain From Reuters-AP The Israeli army claimec today to have slaim 21 Arab guerrillas in the largest single clash since the 1967 six-day war An Israeli army spokesman said there were no Israeli oas ualties in the battle in the north ern Jordan Valley during the night, near Nahal Mebola settle ment. Military observers pointed ou that in the last two years there always had been an upsurge ir Arab guerrilla activity prior to Israeli independence day fiele brations which this year fall or May wlth large yellow rolotlller, plowln and landscaping. Phone EOUIPPED WELDINO AND machine shop. No competition. Large lathe, presses and sheet metal equipment. Drills, separate blacksmith shop portable unit. Living quarters. Large volume of business, non farm In come. Terms available. SUPERIOR WELDING, Foremost. Phone 867-3S44 847-3836, after hours or 1 DEPARTMENT FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR SEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 328-2094. HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS wiil be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. Standard Time on Friday, May 15, 1970, for the following work: Completion of the prestressed concrete girder bridge over the Old-man River on Highway 3 at Forf Macleod. Contracts and specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Che Bridge Engineer, Highways Building Edmonton; Office of the District Engi neer, Adm nistration Building, Leth bridge; and Office of the District En glneer, Highways Building, Calgary and will be available only to Ir.divldua domiciled arid operating In tha Prov fnce of Alberta, or to partnerships o corporations registered and operatlnt In and who have established a flxec place of business In the Province o Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Do! lars will be required for eact-copy of contract and specification Taken. Each bid must be accompantec by a marked cheque or bond equa t 10% of fender. Tenders will be openet n public. Lowest or any tender no necessarily accepted. f. L. H. McMANUS, Deputy Minister of Highways an Transport. Leonard E. A. Owers, 48, assistant general manager and supervisor oJ water and sewage projects oi the Ontario Water Resources Commission. Yi Eun, 72, last crown prince of the Korean Yi dynasty; of cerebral thrombosis. DCS Moines, Cal Drum-mons, 52, former .major league baseball umpire, who helped call the 1966 World Series; of a cerebral hemorrhage. Antigonish, Angus R MacDonald, 69, Member of Par liament for AnHgonish-Guysbor ough from June, 1957, to January, 1958, and one-time parlia mentary assistant to former, transport minister George Hees; and his wife; both o) heart ROTOTILLING, LAWN SEEDING landscaping, spring clean-up. Phon GARDEN ROTOTILLING New lawns put In. Prompt serve reasonable rates. 327-2441. TRUST MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE PHONE 328-1761 IN PINCHER CREEK CLOSE TO POST OFFICE Well constructed cinder block bulldln with drvwall interior finish. Vi base ment. Forced-air heating. Olf stree parking. Priced to sell. M.L.S. DELIVERY SERVICE Take over a well established dlstrlbl lion business. Further details can b obtained by contacting our office. 23 SUITE APARTMENT BLOCK S90.000 CASH WILL HANDLE. Fo further Information contact one of ou sales representatives. LAWN POWER RAKE FOR RENT Phone 327-2383, evenings 327-1395 John Forrest Color Centre. POWER RAKING, AERATING, WIT grass pickup. 328-297S and ROTOTILLING Ic PER SQ. F Estimate your own cost. Phone 32 X033. POWER RAKING. FREE ESTIMAT Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 3' 1454. BEST QUALITY TOP SOIL, DRAC Excavating. Phone 328-2701. WE RENT ROTOTILLERS RENO-THIN LAWN ROLLERS FERTILIZER SPREADERS POST HOLE DIGGERS COOO SELECTION OF USED LAWN MOWERS By Hour, Day or Week Phone 327-5767 HOYT'S Downtown 70, director of the Can cer Institute of Montreal, pas president of the Canadian Insti tute of Cancer and founder o 1 the Cancer Centre of Notre-Dame Leg Irons PORT MORESBY (Reuters) The Papua-New Guinea ad ministration has banned the us< of leg irons and similar devices in its jails, it was announcec 5 Sunday. The ban lifted an ad mission by the Australian-mi f government that two new Guin cas had been kept in leg iron, at corrective Gashed DAMASCUS (Reuters) -More than barrels of oi s gushed from a Syrian section o pipeline carrying oil from Sand Arabia to a Lebanese termiiw when a bulldozer ran into i Sunday. An official spokesma said road traffic had to be d verted while work began on munist demonstrators stones and bottles at the 4TH AVE. (Woolworth E OPEN EVtHINOS BY LOANS t V. N, THE HEAT i Refrigerated vests are bein developed in Japan to hel r welders and shipbuilders bca 3 the long, hot Japanese sum AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 336-3331, The widest facility available. We cu sldcr ALL TYPES of mortgaoe IMR of paintings of Lenin ii suburban Parel, police sail. Ak v senov escaped unhurt but fou j persons were Injured and twi J demonstrators ;