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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta BO THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD May 70, 1770 57 FEMAIE HELP LOST AND GARDENING BLUE BUDGIE. PHONE Betty 328-5361. KINDS OF BEDDING OUT plants. o basket. Strawberry and MANAGEMENT PAI R BLACK OVAL shaped girl's glasses at Fritz etc. Coalnurst Greenhouse. Phone 327-9530. 1598-28 International direct selling or 327-0240. Reward offered. GREENHOUSES Wide selection ol bedding uut plants person with successful background in direct sales management. Excellent PARTY THAT PICKED UP aluminum boat just off highway on Coutts Highway. Phone 327-4378. 1W9-3J qualified around noon please phone 328-2114 or 325-4529. Machine ground manure. Ideal for aary) or write to Sarah Coventry ot Canada Ltd., Box 500, Port SI. SO each. Free delivery. Coal-lurst Greenhouse. Phone 327-9530. AND RELATED AREAS-CONTACT A.I.D. CENTRE. Phone POULTRY AND SUPPLIES TURKEYS, ALL AGES 58 MALE HELP TO DRAW AND PAINT. 234-4035 or 234-3766, Fort Mac- PAN READY 39C PER LB Manufacturing, il9 4th Ave. N. OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING Dyckr Box 654, Coaiaale. Phone 345-3224. C7675-H RIDERS WANTED TO DETECT cattle for A.I. program. 400 head FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX PETS AND SUPPLIES KITTENS TO BE Springs or phone 223-8375. away. Phone 327-5556. 1770-20 WANTED: FULLY CHIHUAHUAS FULL PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO TENDERERS THE MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF WILLOW CREEK NO. 26 Sealed Tenders for the construction of nsphaitic hot plant mix surfacing for the Municipal District of Willow Creek No. 26, addressed to the Office of the Secrefary-Treasuror, M.D. of Willow Crock Claresholm, Alberla, will be received up to p.m., M.S.T., June 10, 1970. The work Includes: Preparation and placing of asphal- tic hot plant mix surface coursa tons. Copies of the drawings and speci- fications may be obtained from the offices of the Consulting Engineer upon a deposit of Fifty (S50.00) Dollars, in cheque made payable lo the Engineers. Tenders must be accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond In the a mount of fen percent of the total Tender price payable to the Mu- RIDERS WANTED TO DETEC cattle for A.I. program. 400 head small pasture, start June !0th. Goo wages. Contact Tim Brewln, Purp Springs or phone 223-8375. ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE 1C n QUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 8( d LETHBRIDGE, 72 PETS AND are required to supply consenl of surely form In an amou KITTENS TO contract sum. The Owner reserves the right 0 waive informalities in, or re ect a away. Phone 327-5556. WANTED: FULLY EXPERIENCE qualified automotive mechanic, tc Imperial Oil service station. Pleas write Box 189, Radium, B.C., or Dhon 347-9716, collect. ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinklna problem e Phone 327-8049 or 328-32-16, 5 after CHIHUAHUAS FUL grown male and females, also babies 1216 3 Ave. A S. Phone afle 5 p.m. deemed most favourable in the In ests of the Owner, r MR. M. GIBSON. Secretary-Treasurer, GERMAN Alberla. 1 Underwood McLellan and Asso ates Limited, Consulting Professional Engineers 2540 Kensington Road N.W., 58 MALE HELP ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL four months. Inoculated. A purpose hunting dogs or pet. Can b started hunting this tall, S100. G. A Donaldson, Box 1207, Walnwright, A ta Phone 842-2103. WANTED QUALIFIED SER VICE MANAGER FOR TIRE SHOP. APPLY NORTH LETH BRIDGE MO-TIRES. per month Rent applies to purchase pries New or used HEINTZMAN PHONE 328-2663 FUR BEARING SALE TWO GENERATION Chinchillas and young, also cages Phone Medicine OF ALBERTA SERVICES AND DEPARTMENT 0 DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAY BUSINESS HIGHWAYS ANC TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be receiv by the undersigned up lo 11 o'cto A.M. Standard Time on Moncfa June T, for ihe construclion the following work: Highway 2. N. of Oldman River N. of Jcf, Hwy. 3 Mile 103.3B to Mile 104.2B Highway 3. Jet. Hwy. 2 Jo E. Fort Macleod Mile 0.00 to Mile 2.J8 Grading, Stab'ized Grave Ba Course, Asphaltic Concrete Pav men! and Other Work Approximate Quantities, Cubic Yards of Excavate Tons of Gravel, Ton Miles Haul. 2) Project Jet. Hwy. 2 to T watinaw Mile 0.00 (o Mile 1.75 Grading 'and Other Work Approximate Quantity, Cubic Yards of Excavation Contracts and Specifications may b obtained at the office of the Chie Co structfon Engineer, Highways Buil ng, Edmonton, Alberta, the o fice the District Engineer, 1707 6th N.W., Calgary, and the olfic of the District Engineer, Admimsfr? t on Building, Lethbridge, A bcrts, an wil be available only to individua registered and operating in the Prc vince of Alberta, or to partnerships o corporations registered and operatin In and who have established a fixe place of .business in the Prov nee o Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Do lars will be required for eac copy of the Contract and Sped ica ions taken. For Grading Contract profiles will be supplied upon a fur ther deposit of Twenty-Five Dollar Each bid must be accompan ted by a marked cheque or bond equa to 10% of Tender. Tenders will b opened in Public. The lowes or an Tender not nnrcssiirily accepted. L. H. McMANUS, Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport Mi HIGH LIVING EXPENSES? Due fo the rising cost of living eac day, more and more men and wome are enjoying worthwhile earnings sup plying their friends and relatives w t Rawleigh Products. Do not be left out Start earning that extra money today For free information writs The W. 1 Rawleigh Co. Ltd., Depr. E-71-10, 58 Henry Ave., Winnipeg 2, Man1. Excellent workmansh Phone 328-7362. SOUTHERN STAMP- AND STENCIL 1 Rubber stamps, corporate seals, da ers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2 Ave. S. Phone 328-51N COMMERCIAL PROP erty tor sale by owner 25 ft. trontagt building approximately 25 x 120 ft Living quarters or office space on sec ond floor. Price Write box 6 Herald. SALES and SERVICE. SE vices on all makes of washers a i dryers, automatic or conventional. A so all small appliances, lawn mower rons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No too larae or too small. LETHBRtDG APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S. Phon 327-4-156. LOANS AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties Farms and ranches, city or Town Lowest interest rates available. F rst and second mortgages. PUBLIC RELATIONS MAN Required by the INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF ALBERT THE JOB: To promote the dissemtn tion of information about the Indi Association of Alberta and to crea a public awareness ot Indian peop and their aspirations. To act as liaison between the Assoc ation and various forms of mass med In order that the objectives and pr grams of the Association are belt made known and understood by n five and non-native people. To facilitate communication amon Indian people on different reserve among the provincial organization and between the Association and th National Indian Brotherhood. To develop tools and techniques o communication which will aid th Executive and staff of the Associatio more effectively achieve their objectives. THE MAN: Needs a successful back ground of experience in Public Re lations and acquaintance with a forms mass media. THE SALARYi Commensurate wit experience. Apply In writing, with details ol back ground experience to: Executive Director Indian Association of Alberta Room 203 Kingsway Court 11710 Kingsway Avenue EDMONTON 19, Alberta. CS1 TOP SOIL. PHONE 328-328 evenings. ETE'S ROTOT1LLING. PHON 328-8764. GOOD JOB GUAR anteed. Phone 32B-d065. ROOMS, CEMENT DR VES and walks, fence repairs. Phone 345-ittt. POWER RAKED AND AER ated. Dead grass removed and -hau Ed. Phone 327-3618. GARAGES AND CUP-boards remodelled and repaired. Phone 328-5904. LARGE SPRUCE TREES FO sale .Can be seen at 2420 14th Ave. S DRIVEWAYS, SIDE-walks, patios. 1968 rates for limited time. Phone 328-7905. LAWNS PUT IN, ODD JOB and rofotillinq. Gardening by season Phone 327-6143. TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations. Phone J and J. Custom 345-4430, 328-3870. Blue Spruce for sale. Dan Greenhouse, old Coaldale Road. RAVEN 132? 9th ST. N. citchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. AND SCOTCH PINE TREE 12 ft. and up. A limited number. Phop, 0. Tolley, 327-3191, BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and S'orenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. FULLY INSURED TREE SUR GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 328-2094. CONTRACTING small jobs given prompt attenf on. Reasonable rates. Bob Atwood 327-2954. LAWN SEEDING andscaplng, spring clean-up. Phon 345-3341. ROTOTILLING New lawns put in. Prompt service reasonable rates. 327-2441. WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd lobs. Phone Meet Big Success PINCHER CREEK (Special) Delegates Mrs. F. Lynch-Staunton and Mrs. J. Milne who attended the annual meeting of the IODE held at the Palliser Hotel in Calgary, reported it a complete success, b u s i n e s s-wise and socially. Some 53 members gathered for the provincial chapter's 50th anniversary. Much discussion centred around the Echoes magazine and the services department. In the latter there is a call for older girls' dresses. About three-quarters of all articles stay in Canada and excellent workmanship is shown in all articles. The captain McPhail Chapter was complimented on Neighbors' project. The Lacombe Chapter of St. Albert won the Membership trophy. Captain McPhail lost one member. Mr's. ,1. Milne was elected National Councillor. TRIMMED AND ODD JOBS done. Phone 327-7398. STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phons 327-8286. TREE TRIMMING, garbage hauling, etc. Phone 326-4173. SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE EST -MATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745 TRIMMMED AND ODD JOBS done. Phone 327-7398 or 32B-ld77 59 MALE FEMALE HELP YD. GRAVEL TRUCK. 580 lase back-hoe and front-end loader. Phone 327-1413, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 327-3347 after S p.m. We dig driveways. FIELD TOP SOIL. STEVE Zatylny Phone 328-1377. EXPERIENCED DENTAL TECHNICIAN Will havt to train one month In Calgary. Apply P.O. Box 935, Lethbridge. ROTOTILLING AND LAWN erating. Mike Bobak, phone 327-1777. 1398- Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS For McNally, Coaldale and Coalhurst. APPLY AL. DORGE, ENERSON BUS CO. Phone 327-5705 YOUR LAWN AERATED. RE-moves dead grass, helps control lawn iseases. Phone John 328-3909. ROTOTILLING. GOOD JOB uarnnfeed. 328-7389. 1486-1 in radio and a war orrespondent during the Sec-nd World War. former radio ews editor at CKLW in Winder. Hay Schalk, 78, for-er catcher for Chicago White ox and New York Giants and a aseball Hall of Fame member; cancer. Guilford, Conn. Cadwal-ader Washburh Kelsey, 89, in-entor of the two-seat Kelsey ky'car, designed to take off like helicopter and land in a back ard, and inventor of the sway ar for TRIMMING, ROTOTILLING with large yellow rotoliller, plowing nd landscaping. Phone 327-8237. 61 TEACHERS TEACHERS WANTED Lethbridge Community College Is planning to operate a SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL In the following high school subjects: BIOLOGY 10, 20, 30 CHEMISTRY 10, 20, 30 ENGLISH 10, 20, .30 FRENCH 10, 20, 30 MATHEMATICS 10, 20, 30 PHYSICS 10, 20, 30 SOCIAL STUDIES 10, 50, 30 TYPING 10, 20, 30 Most subjects are offered 2Vj hours per day, five days per week, from July 2nd to1 August 7th, inc. Classes will be confirmed subject to a minimum registration of 12 students. Remuneration for faculty is at the rate of S600 per five credit subject. Appointments will be confirmed upon closing date of pre-applicaticns of students June 25th. For further Information and applications please contact K. V. Robin- Director School of Continuing Education LETH BRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE GENERAL TRUCKING Mxed or unmixed top soil, manure. :omplete landscaping service. Phone 27-5S5o or 327-0662. Garden tractors roller ledge trimmer fertilizer wn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT TD., 3rd Ave. S., Phone 327-5540. SOIL SAND AND GRAVEL, ILLED EARTH. DRIVEWAYS EX-AVATED. PROMPT DELIVERY PSV CENSE CAN GO ANYWHERE. R. A. M. JARVIE, 4040 20TH ST. N. HONE 327-3047. ORNAMENTAL AND RUIT TREES. HARDY PRAIRIE ROWN -STOCK. JOHN'S one mile of Coaldale :Xt to John Lowen Turkey Farm. osed on Sundays. Cla CLEARLAKE OAKS, Calif. (AP) A band of Porno Indians has moved on to privately awned Rattlesnake Island in Ulear Lake, claiming it has b.e-onged to them for years. An Indian spokesman said it vas the first time Indians had ried to take over private in the United States. Previously they had claimed title to ederal land, including Alcatraz sland in San Francisco Bay, nd Fort Lawton, Wash. A spokesman for Eoise-Cas-ade Corp., which owns the is-and and plans a recreational evelopment on it, said public se of company land is welcome s long as it is not destructive, rhe spokesman, Steven Moses, ai< the linn is willing to meet filh Indian leaders (o discuss wnership of the property. Rattlesnake Island, one mile ong and half a mile wide, is 116 liles north of San Francisco. Irwen V. Morinda, leader of he group of 4 who moved Island he island from a nearby reservation last Saturday, said his ancestors were cheated out of he land. The property was part of the nainland until the 1906 earth-luake severed it and left it HARDWARE Shoppers' World Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS OTOTILLERS. POWER RAKES, HAIN SAW. ETC., ETC. SALE I ARDY CHRYSANTHEMUMS. BEDDING OUT AND TOMATO PLANTS. PHONE JOCK COYIE, 328-1595. 313 12th ST. C N. said. 62 EDUCATIONAL FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. Canada's leading school. National Col-ege, 424 6th Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alia. Phone 269-8322. 63 MUSIC NURSERY c AND GREENHOUSE l 401 43rd St. S. Phone 328-2193 s Open Every Day t and Evening caul If your home with winter hardy r lade and fruit trees, everarecns, nrubs, perennials, bedding out 'olanls, c. PRIVATE TUITION ON GUPAR Fred Kane. Phone 327-B397 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL Hospital Personnel HEAD NURSE B S Required for operating room of mod- s rn 200 bed general hospital. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS FUKAMl Passed away at Bow Island1 on Tuesday, May 19, 1970, Malcolm at the age of 50 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Sue Fukami of Bow Island. Funeral ser- vices will be conducted from St. Andrew's United Church in Bow Island on Friday, May 22 at p.m., with Rev. W. Lane officiating. Interm e n t will follow in the Bow Island Cemetery. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, in charge of ar- rangements. C8177 EDLUND Elsie May, pass- ed away in the city on Tues- day, May 19, 1970, at the age of 53 years, beloved rate of John L. Edlund of 833 9 St. S. Mrs. Edlund was raised and re- ceived her education in Fort Macleod. Was married on March 13, 1938 to John L. Ed- lund and they continued to make their home in Fort Mac- leod until moving to Lethbridge in 1945 and where they were residing at the time of her passing. She leaves to mourn her passing besides her loving husband John, three daughters, Mrs. Clark (Clara) Neville of Calgary, Cidnee and Cheryl at home; a twin sister Mrs. Stuart (Ruby) Watson of Vancouver and another sister Mrs. George (Gladis) Gilbert of-Port Stan- ley, Ont. She was predeceased by her father in 1919 and her mother in 1964-. Funeral ser- vices will be held in the Chris- tensen Chapel on Friday, May 22, 1970 at 2 p.m., with Hev. 3. G. Heald officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Arch- mount Memorial Gardens Christensen Salmon F u n e r a Home Ltd., Directors of Funer al Service. DEATH BUIINS Passed away in Edmonton on Tuesday, May 19, 1970, Gordon, aged 55 years beloved husband of Mrs. Elea- nor Burns of Carmangay. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors ol Funeral Service. C8178 FUNERAL McCREADY _ Funeral ser- vice for Samuel Thomas Her- bert McCready, beloved hus- band of the late Mrs. Marga- ret (Muriel) McCready wire died suddenly at the residence here Wednesday, May 13, 1970, at the age of 87 years, was held at p.m. Saturday in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Active pall- bearers were Morley Tanner, Douglas Williams, Jack Welch, Dr. Ed Andrews, Bob Parsons and Vern Hunt. Honorary pall- bearers were Lou Wylie, Bill Vlundell, Fred Weatherup, Dr. Leslie Allen, Fred King, Dr. Douglas Roy, Bert Ellis, Dick Painter, Dr. J. S. Stewart, Wil- liam Hay. Dr. E. V. Spack- man, Bill Halifax and Tom Pratt. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros.. Ltd., directors of funeral service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. C818C DESCHEEMAEKER An nie Flora, passed away in Cal gary on May 18, 1970, at the age of 57 years, beloved wife of Mr. Henry Descheemaeker of Cardston. Mrs. Desche- emaeker was born in Morden, Manitoba. Was a member o: the WRENS of the Royal Ca- nadian Navy from 1942 to 1945 Was married to Henry Alfonse Descheemaeker in 1952 moved to Cardston shortly after, where they were living at the time of her passing in Calgary. Left to mourn her passing besides her loving hus- band' Henry, are a son, Leon and a daughter, Lynne in Card- ston; three sisters, Mrs. Robert (Ruth) Weatherston of Winni- peg, Man., Mrs. Cecil (Jessie) Brothers- of Kapuskastag, Ont., Mrs. Bud (Sylvia) Steel of Win- nipeg, Man. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake Chapel on Friday, May at 1 p.m., with Bishop Glen Jones officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their re- spects from 12 noon prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C8181 CARD OF THANKS BASER We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our rela- tives, neighbors and friends for personal calk and acts of kind- ness extended to us in the loss of our father, Mr. E. N. Raber. Your kindness will always be remembered. family of the late Mr. Raber. 1813 SUMMER SPORTSTERS Waiting for the summer crowds to roll up are iwo skating cockatoos at England's Flamingo Park Zoo. Whizzing along on roller skates is just one of the tricks they perform for their visitors. Prepaid Services Plan Instituted COALDALE (HNS) Town council has embarked on 'prepaid services plan" for lew developments in uni riced areas. Councillor Hon Low, chair- on of the committee assigned o study prepaid services pre- ented the committee's jigs to council. find- The findings principle. were accepted Councillor Ben Heimcr made le motion limiting the prepaid Miss Mary Puticli Honored NATAL (HNS) A wel attended miscellaneous shovve was held, recently in St. M chael's Hall at Natal in hoco of Miss Mary Putich, daughte BRIOSI Rose Stanko, pass ed away suddenly in the city on Tuesday, May 19, 1970, Uie age of 81 years, belovec wife of Peter Briosi of 516 1 St. A. N. She was born in Medica Galecia, Poland, Marcl 7, 1889. She was married in Poland to Steve Stanko and they came to Canada in 191 making their home in Leth bridge where she had continue! to live for the rest of her life She was an avid gardener and loved flowers. She lived for her home and her family. Was a member of the ladies auxiliary of the Fraternal Order ol Eagles, and a member of St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church. Left to mourn her passing besides her loving husband Peter are one son Nes- tor Stanko of Lethbridge; two grandchildren, Mrs. D. R. (Melanie) Zimmerman of San- ta Ana, Calif, and Nestor Le- roy Stanko of Concord, Calif.; four great-grandchildren, David Dean and Michelle Deanne Zimmerman and Tarma and Brian Leroy Stanko. i Ing room and administrative experie Post graduate O.R. training Excellent salary and fringe benifits according to the agreement wllh ttie Alberta Association of Registered Nurs- Apply Personnel Officer 1ETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL Ulhbridgc, Alto. LOST AND FOUND LOST GIRLS GLUE BICYCLE, fenders. lim St. N. Phone 327-7354. WE RENT ROTOT.ILLERS RENO-THIN LAWN ROLLERS FERTILIZER SPREADERS POST HOLE DIGGERS GOOD SELECTION OF USED LAWN MOWERS By Hour, Day or Week Phone 327-5767 HOYT'S Downtown Surprise Party FOREMOST (Special) A surprise birthday party was held at Skiff Community Hall recently for Mrs. Mary'fiejdos of Legend. The occasion was Mrs. Oej- dos' 70th birthday. Relatives and friends from all over Southern Alberta were present, coming from places such as Calgary, C'oleman. Lethbridge, Spring Coulee, Taller, Fote- most, Legend and Skiff. was predeceased by a daugh- ter Helen Stanko and son Lloyd Stanko and by her first hus- band Steve Stanko. Funeral services will be held in Ihe St. Peter nnd St. Paul Greek Cath- olic Church on Saturday, May 23, 1970 at 10 a.m. with Father N. Diadio as celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in the family Dlot in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel on Friday evening at 8 p.m. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. Walkathon Scheduled At 'Butte PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Phe Picture Butte and Distric Chamber of Commerce has completed plans for the May 24 valkatnon. The walk will cover he distance from Coaldale to Picture Butte. Registration, from seven to ight o'clock the morning of Jay 24, will take place at the Canadian Sugar Factory fer- ilizer grounds in Coaldale. Many prizes will be awarded, including the quickest time for men and women and the young- est boy and girl to compete. One of the highlights is challenge walk between mayors Chronik of Picture Butte and Johnston of Coal- dale. In other business, president Howard Branch reported that there are a few bus seats available for the Kaiser Re- sources tour June 18. The chamber also went on record to support the Lethbridge Cham- ber's support of opposition to of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Putich of Natal. The bride-to-be was accom- panied into the hall by Sheril Cerny and sister Miss Miss Linda Putich, both of Natal, who later assisted in opening the gifts. The evening was spent with the guests playing games of whist and bingo. Whist winners were Mrs. Polly DeLuca, Mrs. Pazienta DePaoli and Mrs. Frances Kundrak, while Mrs. Elma Maedoirald, Gladys Bernordo and Mrs. Maria Pan were bingo winners. The winner of the prize for the lucky number, chosen from ;he guest book, was Mrs. May Gauthier. The guest book was looked after by Mrs. J. Bes- wick, Jr. Mrs. Pauline Cibulka won he prize from the names of those who helped in the kit- chen and served. At the close of the evening a unch was served by the host- Canadian Work services to the new develop- ments only. The committee suggested per foot per lot for water and sewer; per foot per lot for sidewalks; per foot per lot for paving; and per lot per foot for gravel on streets. Exactly double these amounts if both sides of the street are serviced. These are considered to he installation of main services. Water and sew- er services extended from the main lines to the house con- nection cost AH ether lots which are not in the designated new areas will be charged as now 57 cents per frontage foot for water and the same for sewer services. This amount is paid by the owner annually for about 20 years or until the debenture on that particular extension is paid for. NECESSITY The prepaid services council 'elt' was becoming a necessity n view of the limited borrow- ing power of tne town. Council is anxious to hear opinions from those planning new developments in town. They will be given an oppor- tunity to appear before town council to discuss the hew method in the town of paying for these services hi advance Coivs the Pacific of monton and Calgary into Leth- bridge. Western Airline flights from Ed- JLT-SL1 ILK i k c y Kooncy wears flight gear iu Germany where he headed up a seven member cast that toured Canadian united forces liases. riitcftainiiiK NATO-as- signed troops. C8179 THIRD LARGEST The third largest park in the United States is Everglades Na- tional Park, covering more than square miles in Florida. Man-Woman Study Set TORONTO