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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta M THI tfTHBRIDGt HERALD -47 UVESTOCK FOR Wednttdoy, Moy 13, 1978 61 TEACHERS 1 1 i ni DEATHS HENRY Ida, passed away in Hie city on Tuesday, May 12, 1970, at the age of 89 years, beloved wife of. the late Ortus Almond Henry of the Chin district. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., axe in charge ol arrangements. FUNERALS HILLMER Funeral service for Hugo Albert Carl Hill-mer, beloved husbaad of the late Mrs. Selina Hillraer who died at Magrath Friday, May 8, 1970, after a long illness at the age of 94 years, was held at p.m. Monday in the Mag rath Lutheran Church with Rev. L. Zimmerman officiating. Pallbearers were Or-ville, Lester, Philip and Albert Hillmer, Turo Aral and Irvin Hillmer. Interment was in the Magrath Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of Ihe arrangements. HOLLIHAN Funeral service for Richard Dennison Hol-lihaai, beloved husband of Mrs. Sharon Hollihan of Creston, B.C., who died suddenly at Milk River Sunday, May 10, 1970, at the age of 33 years, was held p.m. Tuesday in the Foremost United Church with Rev. James Ford officiating. Pallbearers were Ed Walsh, Harold Waiig, Albert Comvay, Ray Parkins, Barry Littlewood and Carl Thompson. Interment was in the Foremost Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. HOLLIHAN Funeral service for Mrs. Inez Jeannette Hollihan, beloved wife of James Holliiian of Foremost, who died suddenly at Milk River Friday, May 8, 1970 at the age of 62 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in the Foremost United Church with Rev. James Ford officiating. Active pallbearers were Ewald Zielke, Tony Brittner, Ray Coffins, Les Walsh, Earl Foss and Dale Se-ward. Honorary pallbearers were Fred Porkka, Ralph De-terntan, Fulz Collins, William Frank, John Bechthold, Frank Ell, A. T. (Slim) Hagen, Charles Laqua and John Ged-jos. Interment was in the Foremost Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SELMAN Funeral service for Mrs. Annie Barker Selman, beloved wife of the late William Selman who died at Card-ston Sunday, May 10, 1970, at the age of 94 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 12, 1970, in the Taylor Stake Chapel, Raymond, with Bishop James D. Bridge officiating. Honorary pallbearers were William Wilde, Clarence Smith, Ezra Christensen, Orin Turner, Ira McBride, Howard Perks. Christ i a n Petersen. Stewart Card, Frelen Dahl and Milo Vance. Active pallbearers were Gary, Kenneth and Gordon Selman, and Brownie, Dean and Wilson Rolfson. Interment was in the family plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the 1 Wl 1 i 't 'lemonami CARDS OF THANKS PAISLEY We wish to express our sincere thanks to Rev. Elliott, Martin Bros., the pallbearers, relatives and friends for flowers, cards and acts of kindness during our recent Raps Bitt OTTAWA (CP) A government bill which will exempt 40 international shipping conferences from provisions of Uxs Combines Investigation Act restricts competition and is of no benefit to Canadian consumers, Jack Horner Crowfoot) said Tuesday. Mr. Horner told the Commons transportation committee h e was surprised that officials ol the consumer affairs department would appear before committee to defend the bill. Under the bill, anti-trust tew cannot be used against international agreements among shipping companies on rates to be charged for goods entering or leaving Canada. D. H. W. Henry, director of investigations under the combines act, said a probe of the shipping cartels in the middle 1960s had concluded it was best to have such legislation which also would set out certain protections. There was little Canada could do acting alone in the matter, he said. Thomas M. Bell (PC-Saint John-Lancaster) and Robert McCIeave (PC-Halifax-East Hants) said the bill approves the practice of the shipping conferences charging the same rates to and from the Maritime ports of Halifax and Saint John as from inland ports on the St. Lawrence River. Mr. McCIeave said the ocean rates to Halifax and Saint John once were lower because it was a shorter and safer passage. Mr. Henry said he wxnild look up the matter of the rates and report back. HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES ?nd SIM5. ALSASK PROCESSORS, John Drewry Phono J28-2911. TEACHERS As a part-time representative ol Field Enterprises Education Corporation, you con earn your own set ol World Book -Chi dcrnft plus generous commissions In vour spare time evenings or weekends. Write World Book, P.O. Box 151, Lethbrldge. GOOD JOB Phone 3M-40S5. SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. Rotoillllng. Phoni OEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF SfnTge. LETHBRID6E RENDERING. Phono 328-1336 Uethorldgt, ra-MW Tutor. AND SCOTCH PINE TREES 12 ft. and up. A limited number. Phone 0. Tolley, 327-3191. YD. GRAVEL TRUCK. 580 Case back-hot and front-end leader. Phone 327-1413, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 327-3347 after 5 p.m. We din driveways. 49 MACHINERY ROTOTILLING, ODD lobs and painting. New lawns seeded. Phont Ed, Ol-ila. Fl FCTRIC SHALLOW WELL PRES-jurt pump. Box US, CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 29 Invites applications for the position of: PRINCIPAL MATTHEW HALTON JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH Pincher Creek, Alberta This Is the school dlvtsion'3 senior administrative position Involving fuil-t me administration, thirty-live teachers and live hundred fitly students In grades seven to twelve. Salary to with maximum administrative allowance. Applications will bs received until Wednesday, May 20 with Interviews established therealter. Forward applications, documentation and. names ol references SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS BOX 219 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 3J8-5094. are In the market for good usert farm machinery trucks, trailers. He. Consignment or cash. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coult3' Highway phone Days 327-3145 TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF JOHN MCDONALD, late of the City of Lethbridge In Ihe Province of Alberta, Farmer, who died on the lllti day of April, A.D. 1970. TAKE1 NOTICE THAT all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the- 15th day of June, A.D. 1970, a full statement of Ihelr claims and of securities held by them. VIRTUE MORRISON AND HEMBROFF 10S McFarland Building, Lethbrldge, Alberta. Solicitors tor the Administrator with Will annexed. GERANIUMS, 3Sc EACH or M per dolen. Phoni 328-4679. LAWN SEEDING, laridscaplng, spring clean-up. Phone 345-3341. rates. 327-K41. 50 MISC. ARTICLES TRIMMED AND ODD JOBS done. Phone 327-7398. and Paul HauseK and family. 1341-13h SZCZESNY I wish to express my heartful thanks and appreciation to my doctor, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the care and kindness extended during my hos-pitalization. Thanks also to friends and relatives for cards, flowers, gifts and enquiries. Carol Szczesny 1487 BLINCO We wish to express our sincere tirades to all relatives and friends for the many cards, flowers, attendance at the funeral and personal calls of sympathy extended during the loss of our father, uncle and grandfather. Also thanks to the staff at Ridge View Lodge, Raymond Hospital, Blunt's Nursing Home, Edith Oavell Home and St. Michael's Hospital. Your thoughtfulness will never be forgotten. Milie, Johnny, Ricky and Brerida Marion, and family Harold, Marion and family Rpdden, Irene, Dick and Gwen. 1522-14 AIELLO I would like to extend my most heartfelt appreciation to the people of the Crowsnest Pass and area who were so considerate and thoughtful to me. and my family following the sudden death of Emil. The generous gifts of food and the hundreds of sympathy cards (too numerous to are a small measure of the kindnesses extended to us. The Mass cards, flowers and donations to the Heart Fund and to the Dr. Aiel. lo Memorial Fund are an indication of the love and respect that people of this area had for him. These tributes we will never forget. It is indeed true that "Friendship doubles our joy and divides our and I thank you most WANTED ROUND OAK DINING Phont QUALITY TOP SOIL. DRACO Excavating. Phone CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADl-stors, batteries. Highest prices. Var-zarl Iron Lid., 12J8 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-1256 RAKING, AERATING, WITH grass pickup. 328-2978 and 327-4782. Passed away in Claresholni on Wednesday, May 13, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Noah Ellsworth, aged 90 years, of Grantham, Alberta, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Margaret Raber. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C80C7 JONES Passed away in the city on Wednesday, May 13, 1970, Mowing a lengthy illness, Thomas Oswald, aged 80 years, Moved husband of Mrs. Ethel Mary Jones of 954 10th St. S. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C8068 ELLISON Morris H.. president of the Ellison Milling and Elevator Company Ltd., one of south Alberta's pioneer industries, passed away May 11, 1970, at his Utah home. He was in his eighty-ninth year, and had enjoyed good health until failing eyesight forced him to curtail his activities five years ago. But, he still maintained a keen interest in Canadian affairs and in the activities of the Ellison Milling Company, the company founded by his father in 1906. Morris Heber Ellison, the fourth child of Ephriam Peter and Elizabeth Wliitesides Ellison, was born October 20, 1881 at Kaysville, Utah, He attended public, school at Layton and three years at the University of Utah. He always claimed however, that he received most of his education from his every day work. As a child, he was put to work by his industrious father, and he learned to her'd sheep, farm, round up cattle, clerk and keep books in the family store, and attend to all of the chores relevant to pioneer living. In 1903, he came to Canada and was given the responsibility of setting up the office and assisting in the management of the Knight Sugar Company, of which his father was the superintendent. While UK senior Ellison was establishing the sugar factory for the Jesse Knight family, he also organized, the Baymond Milling and Elevator Company, which Morris Ellison became a director of. He returned to Utah to marry Miss Margaret Jane Cowley on March 22, 1905, and brought his bride back to Canada, living in a small room back of the Knight Sugar Factory office. About one year later Morris was called back to Lay-ton to become manager of the Farmers Union Store. In 1912, Morris and his brother James E. Ellison, made a trip to Belgium and the Netherlands to procure sugar beet workers for the Knight Sugar Company. Many of these families still reside in south Alberta. With expanding flour markets, and encouragement from Lethbridge Mayor Charles A. Magrath, the Raymond Milling Company was trans ferred to Lethbridge, where an enlarged null and company headquarters were established in 1906. At this time, the name was changed to that of its founder. As a du-ector, Morris Ellison made frequent visists to Canada and in 1935, he succeeded George W. Green as manager of the Ellison Milling Company. At his father's passing to 1939, he was elected as its president. In 1942, he turned the management reins to his son, Reed C. Ellison, but has divided his time between Utah and Alberta until recent years, serving as a consultant and advisor. He maintained a Lethbridge residence until 1952. Morris Ellison was instrumental, with his father, in the organization of the Ellison Ranching Company in Nevada in 1910. TWs company which has large holdings in Nevada, was also managed for some years by him. He has been its president since 1939. He is survived by his wife, Gladys, whom he married in 1937 following the death of his first wife, and she resides in Layton, Utah; a son, Stanley C. Ellison, lives at Elko, Nevada, and a son, Heed C. Ellison at Lethbridge. There are eight grandchildren and eighteen great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at Layton, Utah, on Thursday, May 14th. NEEDS: Good used clothing, particularly children's clothing. This can be left at 412 1st Ave. S. or phone 323-2860 or m 3717 for pickup service. 1C PER SQ. FT. Estimate your own cost. Phone 327-4033, TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF EDA AMELIA BONETTI, late of the Town of Taber, n the Province of Alberta, who died on the 3rd day of February, A. D, 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate ol the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 10th day of June, A. D. 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 201 Canada Trust Building Lethbrldge, Aiberta Solicitors for thg Executors. TREE TRIMMING, LAWN raking, garbage hauling, etc. Phone 327-1143. HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metels steel and casl Batteries, radiators, DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1S05 2nd Ave. S. Phone TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING with large yellow rototiller, plowing and landscaping. Phone 327-8237. SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying mars. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 206 33ni St. North TRIMMMED AND ODD JOBS done. Phone 327-7398 or 328-1477. FIELD TOP SOIL. STEVE Zatylny Phone 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS ROTOTILLING AND LAWN aerating. Mike Bobak, phone 327-1777. EDUCATIONAL YOUR LAWN AERATED. RE-moves dead grass, helps control lawn diseases. Phone John 328-3909. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF ANNA HAMMOND ELLIOTT (also known HS Anna H. Elliott) late of Lincoln, Lancaster County, in the State of Nebraska, U.S.A., Widow, who died on the 4th day of November, 19S9. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon Ihe estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by the 15th day of June, 1970, a full statement of their claims and of sscurities held by them. SAUCIER, JONES, PEACOCK, BLACK, GAIN, STRATTON k LAY CRAFT Barristers and Solicitors, Benfall Building, 444 7th Avenue S. "W., Calgary Alberta. Solicitors for the Administrator r'oom mobile home. Phonf between 9 A.m. and 12 noon, 328-3561. HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. Canada's leading school. National College, 424 6th Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alta. Phone 26V-8322. ROTOTILLING. GOOD JOB guaranteed. Phone 328-7389. S3 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT MUSIC WILL BABYSIT IN MY SOUTH SIDE home. Phone 328-7-192. TUITION ON GUITAR Fred Kane. Phons 327-0897 trimmer fertilizer spreader-awn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD., 3rd Ave. S., Phone 327-5540. BABYSITTING JOB REQUIRED DUR-ing summer holidays. Phone SEWING SOIL SAND AND GRAVEL, FILLED EARTH. DRIVEWAYS EXCAVATED. PROMPT DELIVERY, PSV LICENSE CAN GO ANYWHERE. MR. A. M. JARVIE, 4040 20TH ST. N. PHONE 327-3047. WILL BABYSIT IN MY SOUTH SIDE home. St. Michael's area. Phone 328-7218. ALL YOUR TAILORING, DRESS-making and alterations phone 326-1204. LEAVING FULL TIMF WORK TO care for First baby. Would like to do Typing or accounts receivable for small business In my home. Good re arences available. Please call 328-7556, after 6 p.m. LOST AND NURSERIES For trees, shrubs, perennials, and landscaping. Local representatives Norman Nelson, Phone 327-2832, T. T. Folllnglo phone 327-4394.. BLACK BRACKLE FACED heifer. Branded right rib. Rjifl 754-3414. 54A LICENCED RENT ROTOTILLERS RENO-THIN LAWN ROLLERS FERTILIZER SPREADERS POST HOLE DIGGERS 600D SELECTION OF USED LAWN MOWERS By Hour, Day er Week Phone 327-5767 HOYT'S Downtown IN THE MATTER OF THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT ACT BEING CHAPTER OF THE STATUTES OF ALBERTA, 1968, AND IN THE MATTER OF THE EXPROPRIATION PROCEDURES ACT, BEING CHAPTER 30 STATUTES OF ALBERTA, 1M1. EXPROPRIATION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the City of Leth-brfdgi desires to expropriate certain lands outside the City of Lethbrldge for purposes permitted by the Municipal Government Act, namely as a site for Sewage Dispnsat Cells. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that: 1. The land to ba expropriated Is described as follows: That portion of Legal Subdivision Six ti) in Section Twelve (12) Township Nine (9) Range Twenty-two (22) West of the Fourth Army Considers Canada Base LONDON (CP) The British army is considering the possibility of taking over a large military base in Canada or some other country for training purposes, a spokesman said today. He emphasized tiiat the question of finding large training areas abroad is in the early stages of study and no details could be provided now. "Obviously Canada is among; the areas considere he added. 'We also are looking at Australia." The need to find vast new ground results from withdrawal of British troops from Libya where large ground and air exercises had been undertaken from time to time. Canada provides areas for training of British troops each year but these have been mainly on a battalion scale. The British army appears be looking for major installations where perhaps a brigade could exercise in combined training with a number of British air seraadrons. The Canadian defence department is reported to be gradually closing its big base at Rivers, Man., in line with the government's decision to restrain defence swnding. Last week a defence spokesman at Ottawa suggested Rivers is one of the bases the British army is exploring. A defence department spokesman in Ottawa said it is nossi-ble that training of British forces in Canada will be expanded but it was too early to say to wist extent. A number of locations are being considered but no decision has made, said the spokesman. It "could be" that Rivers Man. Is one of the bases under consideration. The future of Rivers has been in doubt for some time. It is known to be one of a number of Canadian forces bases (lie government is considering closing for economy reasons. Defence Minister Leo Cadieux indicated last week that the decision on Rivers may be announced within a few weeks. Some observers doubted that Rivers is roomy enough for British army training purposes. It is primarily an air base, with a drop zone for training paratroopers. KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2335. HELP? CONCERNING HEALTH WELFARE AND RELATED AREAS-CONTACT A.l.D. CENTRE. Phone 327-7323 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. J5 MALE EMPLOYMENT OP PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX SSI. LETHBRIDGE, W I L L CLEAN BASEMENTS AND haul garbage, after S p.m. Phone SPRING CLEAN UP All kinds of Iimk hauled away. Reasonable. Phone 327-2641. ANONYMOUS Anyons with a drinking problem. Phone 32V-S04S or after HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT IN NEED of work. Will do odd Jobs Phone 327-1223. EXPERIENCED MOTEL, MANAGER wants position as manager of motel (units only) or large apartment block. H. J. Tasker. Phone 692-1B78. 1035 Atha Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAM Only per month Rent applies to purchase pries Hew or used HEINTZMAN PHONE 328-2663 POULTRY AND Aiello and family. 56 FARM HELP TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Phons 234-4035 or 234-37S6, Fort Mac-Hod. MEMORIAMS SMITH In loving memory of Noel Smith, who passed MARRIED MAN EXPERIENCED with livestock and machinery. Modern home supplied. Tlffen Dairy Farm Ltd. Box 9S5, Lethbridge. Phone 327-9314. PAN 39C PER LB. H. Dyck, Box tS4, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. 72 PETS AND 57 FEMALE HELP SERVICES AND REGISTERED CHIHU-ahua at stud, to selected females only. Phone 327-8433, lies to the East of the Belly River as shown on Township Plan approved at Ottawa 6 November, 1889; EXCEPTING thereout 2.55 acres more or less baing the West One and one-half (IV'a) Chains of the South Seventeen (17) Chains thereof; EXCEPTING thereout all mines and minerals and the right to work the same. and the Interest to appropriated Is an estate in fee simple therein. 2. The land Is to be used by the City of Lethbrldge as a site for sewage disposal cells. 3. The City of Lethbridge is ready to pay the sum of Six Hundred (SiOO.-00) Dollars per acre for the land to be expropriated. 4. A by-law to authorize the expropriation will be first presented to the Council Of the City of Lethbridqe, on Tuesday ihe 19th day of May, 1970, at the Council Chambers in the City Hall, in the City of Lethbridge, at the hour of Eight O'clock in ths afternoon. 5. A plan of the land to be expropriated is on file in the office of the City Clerk of ihe City of Lethbrldge and the Plan IE available for inspection between the hours of o'clock n the forenoon and o'clock in the afternoon of each day, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays excepted. fi. The owner of any interest (n the ands is entitled before enactment of the by-law to make representations to the City of Lethbrldge at ihe Meeting of Council to held at Eight O'clock in the afternoon of Tuesday the 19th day of May, 1970, and to set forlh his reasons why the lands should not be expropriated. 7; Unless the amount of compensation s mutually agreed upon the compensation for the land will b? ascertained and fixed by the Public Utilities Board at a future date. DATED at the City of Lethbrldge, In the Province of Alberta, this 6th day of May 1970. The City of Leihbridge John Gerla m7 Same Pension For Women Teachers EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Teachers' Association said today that female teachers in the province wffl receive the same normal pension benefits as males effective June 30. All years of teaching service to age 63 with a maximum of 35 years will count as pensionable service. A reduced pension will still be available at age 55, but 25 instead of 20 years of service will be necessary. A deferred pension will still be available at age 60 with a minimum of 10 years service. The statement, announc e d jointly by the teachers' association and Education Minister Robert Clark, says the government agreed to meet the ATA to discuss the possibility of retirement at age 60 with full 13, 1958. remembered by mom. CHAMBERMAID WANTED FOR summer work. Wrlie box 3, Herald. TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 328-7362. THREE LOVELY WANTED WOMEN TO for month of Juno. Good waqes. Phww 327-2871. STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, defers, ate. Same-day Servlcs. 1233 2nd AVH. S. Phona 32B-51U just weaned and house broken. FREE. Phone 327-6450 or call at 611 8th S. 4 p.m. In toeing memory of a dear mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Pauline Boychuk, who passed away May 13, 1961. remembered by all her family. 1521-14 LASTUKA In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Dan'Lastuka, who passed away May 13, 1967. Beautiful memories, woven in gold, This is the picture your loved ones hold, Deep in our hearts your memories are kept, To love and to cherish, and never forget. remembered by his wife Yvonne and all the family. BABYSITTER REQUIRED FOR SUM-mer months. Three school aged child-ran plus light housekeeping. Student acceptable. Phone 327-fi040. SALES anfl SERVICE. SER-vlces all makei of washsrs and dryers, automatic or Also ail small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lobs too larqe or loo small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd S, Phons 327-J455. BUSINESS EXPERIENCED H Al RDRESSER wanted to manage small Cal 327-5687 offer 6 p.m. 32B-J796. SHOP THREE CHAIRS two shampoo chairs thrae dryers tinting machine hotel location. Meat market downtown all contents low rental S5.000 down. Call WAYNE ANDERSON AGENCIES LTD. 327-6244 PERMANENT PART TIME 12 noon. Apply Trans Canada 30; 7th St. S. Phone 32B-3347. TOP SOIL AND WELL rotted manurs. Phons 328-3289, evenings. Crop Seen WASHINGTON (AP) The United States is headed for another banner1 wheat crop and possible further rises in the grain stockpile despite government attempts three seasons in a row to reduce production. Near-optimum weather in the heart of the Great Plains production area boosted winter wheat production three per cent last month, the agriculture department reported Monday. Officials estimated 1970 production at nearly bushels. Tliis would be only five per cent below last year's winter wheat crop. The spring wheat production estimate has not been made officially by the department but an earlier prediction indicated a crop of bushels is possible. Thus, the total U.S. crop this year could be around bushels, which would rank it among the top 10 on OIL LTD. SERVICE STATION AND RESTAURANT Fcr In beautiful British Columbia at Salmo. Gasoline and diese! fuel distributed making this unit attractive lo all classes of highway traffic. Basic cafe and station equipment furnished. Ideal husband and wife business venture. Approximate investment required, For additional information write: B. J. KOOPMAN Husky Oil Ltd. 2510 16th Ave. S. Lethbridge, Alberta Your family needs a aummsr vacation Invest your spare time now to sarn those needed extra dollars. Sell Avon in your locality. For details ca quickly 328-7424 or write Mrs. M. Scott, 2134 19th Ave. S. POWER RAKiED AND AER-ated. Dead grass removed and hauled. Phone 327-3613. 1 375-1 LAWNS PUT IN ODD JOBS and rototilling. Gardening by season. Phone 327-6143. SALESLADY FOR LONG ESTABLISHED RETAIL STORE. STATE EXPERIENCE, REFERENCES, ETC. WRITE BOX 142, HERALD. ROTOTILLER FOR SALE. Phone 328-7350. SALE AT SUBSTANTIAL SAV-tngs, Sunbeam, General Electric and Lawn Boy Lawn mowers. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS. EVERGREENS AND COL-orado Blue Spruce for sale. Dan's Greenhouse, old Coaldalfe Road. SB MALI HELP In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Clara Arrow-smith, who passed away May 13, 1962. Deep in our hearts you will always stay, Loved and remembered every day. remembered by Frances, Lily, Merton and Lorna. EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Large Canadian financial organization has a career opening for a dynamic sales representative. Previous experience an asset but not necessary. Assured basic income. Call 323-3397 for C 781 7-1 GREENHOUSES Wide selection of bedding out plants a so nursery stock. 14 mile east of Drive-In on Coutls Highway. Phone 327-4378. HARDWARE Shoppers' World Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES, CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. LOANS t AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Alall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. WANTED EXTRACTOR MAN FOR FIVE DAY WEEK. STEADY WORK. APPLY TO MANAGER, LETHBRIDGE LAUNDr.Y LTD., 1818 3RD AVENUE SOUTH BE-TWEEN A.M. AND A.M. ORNAMENTAL AND FRUIT TREES. HARDY PRAIRIE GROWN STOCK. JOHN'S GREENHOUSE one mils west of Coalda B to John Lowen Turkey Perm. Closed on Sundays. Army Introduces Neiv Uniforms LONDON (AP) The Salvation Army introduced new uniforms this week for the first time in 92 years, replacing the old coal scuttle women's bonnet with a chic sort of "missionary derby." Army men abandoned their high collars for laymen's lapels and navey blue neckties, The change is part of the army's move toward modern WANTED QUALIFIED SERVICE MANAGER FOR TIRE SHOP, APPLY NORFH LETH-BRIDCi MO-TIRES. 1-731 SALE HARDY CHRYSANTHEMUMS. PHONE JOCK COYLE, 328-1595. 313 12th ST. CN. ROOMS, CEMENT DRIVES and walks, Isnce repairs. Phone 345-4484. GARAGES AND CUP-boards remodelled and repaired. Phone 328-5904. 39 MALE -FEMALE HELP WANTED TECHNICIAN have To train one month In Cn Apply P.O. Box 935, Lclhbridfie. SALE TIME A! THE LETHBRIDGE FARMERS MARKET 111 Jtn St. S, garden sesaE --Certified seed potatoes plants and acts bushes ana flower seeds perennials now at lower DRIVEWAYS, S1DE-walks, patios, me miss for time. 328-790S. TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations. Phone J ond J. Custom 345-4630, 328-3870. Rematch LONDON (AP) A hastiry-or'ganized rematch has demonstrated English women still make the world's finest Yorkshire pudding. The winner of the original contest, a chef named Tin Sung Chan, stayed out of the rematch held in London because he was embarrassed. The winner of the new match was a Yorkshire pensioner named GwendoliM Family. RAVEN 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, and repairs. Phone 327-3219. LONDON (AP) The British Medical Journal in an article by four physicians reported four British farm workers became impotent after working with chemical sprays. The medics said the men, aged 35 and consulted their doctors following ctmplaints from their wives and were restored to normal after they stopped working with chemicals and took male hormone YOUTH BETWEEN 21 AND SO, IN-feresfed In sales. Want nbovj overage income, company Mr snt) complete benefits? For please call 326-9387 Monday 12 9 p.m.; Tuesday 9 a.m. p.m.; Thursday 9 a.m. 9 p.m. NURSERY AND GREENHOUSE 401 43rd Si. S. Phono 328-2193 Open Day and Evening Beautify your home