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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 IHE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Snlurifny, May 9, 1970 Meat Prices Drop Seen CALGARY (CP) Meat pric- es will be lower in 1970 but higher wage and Iranspoda- liou costs will probably increase Ihc price of milk, fruit and veg- etables, A. J. E. Child, presi- dent of Burns Foods Lid., said here. In a report to shareholders, Mr. Child said (lie cattle supply will probably remain at pre- sent levels for (lie rest of 1970 but a surplus of pork is building up. Burns Foods reported a net profit of S249.039 or 33 cenis a share in the first quarter com- pared with or 21 cents a share in the first three months of 1909. Sales were compar- ed with S67.G73.912. Net earn- 24lh Child LUBBOCK, Tex. (AP) Mrs. Jose Cruz. 41, of rearby Slaton and her 24th child. Leonardo, were re- pcrted in good car.dition in hospital Friday night. Twen- ty-one cf Mr. ar.d Mr. and Mrs. Cruz's children are h'v- ins. The eldest is 23. ings before taxes were up 13.0 per cent but net profit increased 47.5 per mil due to a lax loss carry-torn arcl in a subsidiary company. Triuleau Moved By Wishes OTTAWA (CP) The opposi- tion parties Friday wished Prime Minister Trudeau bon voyage. He leaves on a six-nation Pa- cific tour Sunday. Gerald Baldwin. Conservative House leader, said lie hopes the prime minister will have a good trip on behalf of Canadians. T. C. Douglas, NDP leader, said he knows Mr. Trudeau will do Canada proud. Gerard Laprise (Crediliste Abitibi) said he hopes Mr. Tru- deau will use every moment abroad to make Canada better known. Mr. Trudeau said he was moved by the good wishes. He added that peace had fallen over the Commons and he hoped to get the same kind of welcome home. The University of Alberta Department of Extension APPOINTMENT IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION An undergraduale degree in agriculture, economics, political science or business administration with a graduate degree in economics, politico! science or public administration. Candidates should have som-3 public service experience in local or provincial government service. Responsibilities will include ihe instruclion of local, provincial and federal government officers through courses and seminars in local governmenf practice and policies. The appointee will assist in [he organization and development of new programs in this field and will be expected to undertake related researchs APPOINTMENT IN REAL ESTATE Educational qualifications include a graduate degree in economics or business administration. Candidates should have some experience in real estate or related areas. Responsibilities will include the administration of a variety of programs of continuing education in this area, related studies, and some teaching. Appointment will be made to the academic staff of ihe University as Assistant Professor (salary range annual increment or Associate Professor (salary range annual increment Curriculum vitae, with transcript, references and photo- should be forwarded lo (he Director of Extension, The niversily of Albefia, Edmonton, Alberta. Former Chief To Attend Conference Of CPU Dies TORONTO (CP) George II. Bnillk' of Toronto, former vice- president and director of Cana- dian Pacific Railway, died Fri- day of a heart attack. Mr. Baillie, CO, joined CPR as a clerk in Ihe Montreal office in 1918 and was made vice-prosi dent ot the company's Pacific region in 1947. In 1950 he come to Toronto as vice-president of eastern opera- tions and in 1958 became vice- president of over-all operations. managing director cf CPR operations" in Europe from 1963 lo IMG. After retiring from CPR, Mr. Baillie was elected chairman of the Metro Centre Developments Ltd. in 1939 and served in that position until the time of liis death. He is survived by his Madelaine. CONDEMNS EXCESSES BONN (AP) Chancellor Willy Brandt called on West Germany's young generation Friday to reject extremism and hold fast to democracy. In a Bundestag speech marking the 25th anniversary of Germany's capitulation, he said West Ger- mans must never revert to "na- tionalistic aberrations." WINNIPEG (CP) Jn< Willis, chairman of tile Mctr polilan Corporation of GreaU Winnipeg, will attend UK On Prairie-Province conference Lethhridgc next week. During discussion cf (he co Terence at a finance commitk meeting Thursday, Coun. A drew Robertson said it amoun lo chasing "a will-o-the-wisp because it is inconceivable union of Ui-2 prairie provinc iiijrl m'Ar taL'5 nlnpp But Mr. Willis and Cou Benu'e Wolfe said the confer nco, scheduled for May 10-1 could produce a lot of good. Sir. Wolfe hoped (he confer ence would result in "westei nationalism and not westei separatism." The Lethbridge meeting wi be attended by a number municipal and provincial off cials. TAKE OVER AIRPORT BRANDON (CP) Hie til of Brandon will take control the Brandon Airport, July 1 was announced here. SPECIAL AUCTION SALE FOR SPEEDY STORAGE and CARTAGE LTD. UNDER THE WAREHOUSE LEIN ACT MONDAY, MAY 11-2 p.m. At SPEEDY WAREHOUSE 3rd St. and 4th Ave. S. TERMS CASH 1-G.E.. uniclosed motor, 5 h-p. 3 phase 220 wiih 2" cenlri- fugal pump. Combined with fuse boxes. 224 40 3 phase molor and pulley, 5 h.p. motor. ]-Tasl Baltic end loader, like new. With 3 phase with ]4 h.p. malor and gear box and fuse boxes. Kleen bo I tie washer. Complete. Approx. weigh! 25 ton. This piece of equipment cart be readily moved any place at a reasonable price. SALE CONDUCTED 8Y HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. 1920 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-4705 AUCTIONEERS: TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMAN LiC. 47 IIC. 458 What's new? You won't hear lhat queslion bandied about too olten in a Volkswagen showroom. People have come lo think lhaf a Volks- wagen is a Volkswagen is a Volkswagen. Which is a pily. Because over the past 3 years, we've made over 75 improvements. To the engine. Suspension. Interior. Behind if ali is our old fashioned notion that it makes a lot more sense to work on the way a car works every year, than to play around with Ihe way it looks. So we devote our time fo making parts that were good, beller; things lhat were near porfect. perfect. And Ihal's the reason we don't have a lot of big, (anlaslic changes lo shout about every year. No news is good news. SUPERMARKET TIRE BARGAINS Fords, Chefs., j Pontiacs, Olds., I Chryslers, Mercs. 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