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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE UTHBR1DGE HERALD -40 i ivMiorK WANTED May 26, 1V70 8 MALE HELP WANTED PERSONAL LOANS 4 INVESTMENTS r j. DEATHS MIZEHA Mrs. Mary, of 'Wiliwack, B.C. and formerly f Colemaii, passed away in Miwack May 23, 1970, at age 1 years, beloved wife of the ate John Mizera of Coleman. layers will be said in the Holy Jliost Catholic Church in Cole-nan, Wednesday evening at :30 p.m. Requiem Mass wfl be elebrated in UK Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Coleman Thursday, May 28, 1970 at a.m. Interment will follow a the family plot, Coleman Catholic Cemetery. Fantin Cha-xls Ltd., is in charge. C8293 ZUHSCHM1EDE Passed away in the city on Monday, ilay 25, 1970, following a engthy illness, Mrs. Annie Zur-schmiede, aged 70 years, be-oved wife of Mr. Christian Zurschmiede of 522 12th St. S. Hie funeral service will be Kid on Wednesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. Chapel, 1112 3rd Ave. S., with Pastor E. R. Moody officiating. Please note: courtesy parking at rear of chapel. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. Phone: 328-2381. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C8296 KUBASEK Mrs. Anna, of 1213 Kensington Road, Calgary, passed away in Calgary, at age 79 years. She was born in Czechoslovakia and moved to Bellevue in 1910 and has been resident of Calgary for the >ast 18 years. Survivors include wo sons, John of Calgary are of Dallas, Texas; three aoigliters, Mrs. J. (Annie) )obek, Bellevue, Mrs. S. Men) Goodwin, Caigary and fe. William (Kathleen) Holyk, Los Angeles; a brother in Sechoslovakia; a sister, Mrs. G. (Mary) Klesken of Bellevue and 11 grandchildren. She was >redeceased by her husbarK oseph at Creston in 1951, a CT Joseph Jr. at New Westminster, B.C. in 1S67 and a aughter Emily in 1932 at Bel-evue. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Cyril's Catholic Church, Bellevue, a.m. Wednesday, May 27. Interment to follow in tha BeJlevue Catholic Cemetery. Fantin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. F C8294 CASLEY May 23, 1970, Mr. John David Castey, aged 86 yeara, beloved husband of Mrs. fflda Casley of Bow Maud Alta. and brother of Dr. Lulu Spilde of Ft. Lauderdale, Flor la. Mr. Casley was bora in BrooMngs. South Dakota in Oc Bber 30, 1883 and was 'rtks, JUecitl J hanks FUNERALS CAMPBELL Funeral ser-ce for Miss W. Jem Camp- 1 11, well-known and beloved d aughter of the late Dr. Pete c Campbell who died in the r ty Saturday, May 16, 1970, af- 1 t a long illness at the age of years, was held at p.m. ednesday, May 20, 1970, in he Memorial Chapel, 703 13th 1 N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. lliott officiating. Pallbearers ere B. Maloney, I. Gray, J. I Kingsbury, G. Kometz, D. Kometz and H. Schweitzer. terment was in the family ot in Mountain View Ceme-ry. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc-ors of Funeral Service, was in large of the arrangements. BURNS Funeral service or Gordon Kenneth Burns, be-oved husband ot Mrs. M. Elea-or Burns of Carmangay who ed at Edmonton Tuesday, ay 18, 1970, at the age of 55 ears, was held at p.m. aturday, May 23, 1970, in isf -funeral. Jn CARDS OF THANKS LIVINGSTONE I would ke to extend sincere thanks o o my many friends for flowers, ards and kindnesses shown to 1 ue during my recent stay in the rospital. Livingstone. 1 moriams f IN MEMORIAM MACKIE In loving mem-ry of our mother, Mrs. Mary Mackie, who passed away lay 2C, 1958. remembered by hef daughters Annie and Molly. 2088 TO LEASE WANTED TO PLAY ordlon or orttan (or local dante tend, hone 32B-3J67 or ANONYMOUS i FINANCING, I MINIMUM i COST i The people Niagara really know i ow to handle your money require-en s. Expert appraisal service en-jres you'll receive maximum mortgage nanclng at a favourable rate, or you ay obtain a bill consolidation loan, roup Life Insurance available. No jss, no delay. Call Niagara. r Niagara Finance Company Llmltea i Niagara Mortgage and Loan Company 1C Limited Suite 2, 4U 7th Street S., Box 10 (403) 327-85-fS Members of the IAC Croup 20-30 HEAD CATTLE ON 'ihore basis or to pasture. Phone 231- -VV 1 or 234-2121, Box 206, Fort Mac- V leod. FULLY uallfled nulomotlvo me, mperial Oil service station. 49 MACHINERY WANTED collect. ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAN Only 515.00 per month Rent applies to purchase New or used HEINTZMAN PHONE 3ZB-W63 C4091-H ONE YEAR OLD JD 105 combines lor Interesting opportunity Improve your cosh llow-wrllc t 371, Lelhbrldgc. BY RECREATIONAI. vt-leal plant In Okanogan Valley, rwo rst class mclol men. F ease ptio m 9M028, Pentlcton or write JOHN DEERE G OR GW TRACTOR for repairs or running condition. Phone C. C. Spencer 758-3078 Mograth. H 5 QUALIFIED MANAGER FOR AND REPAIRS We aro In the market lor good ysai (arm machinery trucks, trailers, ate. catn. FARM APPLY NORTH LETH-BRIDGE MO-TIRES. STAMP AND STENCIL -6bcr stamps, corporate seals, dat-.etc. Same-dnv Service. H33 2nd e. S. Phono 328-5IH Coutts Highway phone Days 327-3165 Nights 327-ray society for a better understanding of the general faculty council of the oniversity reported. CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI-Jlors, batteries. Highest prices. Var-Mrl Iron Ltd., 1218 2nd Ave. N Phone 327-1116. LAWNS PUT IN, ODD JOBS nd rotolllllng. Gardening by Mason, hone 327-6143. SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. WEEPING WORK Renovations, alterations! Phone J and Custom 345-4630, the R.C.M.P., the am-Dulance drivers from Pincher 3reek and Fort Macleod, doc-ors Hilda and John Walker and hospital staff at Fort Macleod. Sincere thanks are extended to all our friends and neighbors or all their thoughtfulness in so many ways. All these acts of kindness will be ever remembered. BUI Crook Sr., Edna and Bill Crook Jr., Bobby and Ray Tomlinson, Ken and June Phillips and families. THE SALVATION ARMY NEEDS: Good used clothing, particularly cMI-dren's clothing. This can be left at J12 lit 5. or phone 328-2860 or BUS DRIVERS For McNally, Readymade, Coaldale and Cpalhurst. AL-- DORGE, ENERSON BUS CO. Pnone 327-5705 AND SCOTCH PINE TREES n. and up. A limited number. Phone Tolley, 327-3191. 4717 for pickup service. FULLY INSURED TREE SCRAP IRON Copper Brasi Radiators LTD. 206 Brf St. North 328-2094. BUILDING, CEMENT and stuccoing. Anderson and iorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. Phona 327-6682. EYE Insect-eating birds have a special membrane on the retina of the eye to enable them to see the smallest of flying bugs well as a human being can see a man walking. LAWN SEEDING, ndscaplng, spring clean-up. Phone 5-3341. Chapel, 703 13th St. with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Uiott officiating. Pallbearers ere Brian and Clark Cruick-hank, Malcolm Campbell, lichard Shaw, Jim Bradley and Merlin Hovde. Intermeni as in the family plot in the owville Cemetery. Martin ros. Ltd., Directors of Funer-1 Service, was to charge of the arrangements. BALAZS Funeral service for Nick Balazs, beloved of Mrs. Lydia Balazs of 4OT 12th St. "A" South who died in the city Friday, May 15, 1970, fter an illness of several months' duration, was held at :00 p.m. Wednesday, May 20, 970, in Southminster United Church with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers vere Norm Bullied, Andrew Tomie, Robert Rose, Steve Gal, ohn Fury and Robert Balazs. lonorary pallbearers were Ralph Thrall, Sr., Dr. Dick Voodcock, Julius Wince, Louie Bak, Steve Onady, John Ochko, Steve Ddbay and John Deak. Interment w a s in the family >lot in Mountain View Ceme-ery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc-ors of Funeral Service, vras in charge of the TEACHERS HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals steel and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 2nd Ave. s. Phone SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 Requ res the sevlces of a teacher for cXl Music and Band instruc Ion a the Junior High School level, effective August U, 1970. Applications should be directed to Dr. 0, P. Larson Superintendent of Schools, 433 15th Street South, Uthbridge, Alberto. TREE TRIMMING, LAWN k no, garbage hauling, etc. Phone B-4173. lobs given prompt attention, Rcasonabla rates. Bob At wood. ROTOTILLING ew lawns put In. Prompt service, asonable rates. 327-26M1. 51 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS Phone 328-1377. My wife, ROSE JANIN BAKOS, having left my bed and board, 1 C Of Farm OTTAWA (CP) Senator Hazen Argue suggesting new ways to el wheat, said here a report ast week on agriculture by a ederal study group is negative and "much too pessimistic, inward-looking and self-defeating." "Prairie people are completely fed up with this negative attitude of pessimism and de-SENATOR ARGUE new wheat plan he said of the report's proposal for further curtailment in wheat production. Senator Argue, in a news L Report contracts for the purchase large quantities of such ems as Soviet Union tractors and combines, Japanese autos, rucks, radios and. television ets, and Chinese textiles, tousehold items and other goods exchange for large purchases f Canadian grains, meat and her agricultural products." UGGESTS QUOTA Any farmer prepared to buy, or example, a Russian tractor a Japanese color TV "should be given a supplementary grain LANDSCAPING AND anting. Odd lobs done. Phone Ed, 8-5288. FIFTEEN FOOT SCAMPER TRAILER Propane stove and refrigerator. Sleeps Hood condition. Phone alter 5 p.m., 327-8001. of Forty Mile No. 8 Foremost, Alberta Applications are Invited for the following positions. ROTOTILLING AND LAWN crating. Mike Bobak, phone longer be responsible for any debts incurred 52 FARM EMPLOYMENT YOUR LAWN AERATED. dead gross, helps control lawn seises. Phone John 328-3909. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS n the Estate of JACK LEM, otherwise known as SHARE SHON LEM, la e ol the Town of Taber, In the prov nee of Alberta, who died on the 26th day of March, A.D. H70. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by the 26th day of June, A.D. 1970, a full staiment of their claim and of securities held by them. McLAWS AND COMPANY Barristers and Solicitors, 6th Floor, 407-Bth Avenue S.W., Calgary 1, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executor. HOUSEKEEPER SEEKS EMPLOY-men! on south Alberta farm. Box 18, Herald. ROTOTILLING. GOOD lOB uaranteed. Phons 328-7389. S3 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT ARTS TEACHER JUNIOR SENIOR HIGH, FOREMOST SCHOOL. VICE PRINCIPAL ELEMEN-TARY, FOREMOST SCHOOL. 3.-ENGLSH AND FRENCH TEACHER -JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH, SENATOR GERSHAW HIGH SCHOOL, BOW ISLAND. PLEASE APPLY TO-P J. BAKER SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FOREMOST, ALTA. ROTOTILLING ith large yellow rototiller, plowing nd landscaping. Phone HIRE A STUDENT! Student window washing service. Reasonable rates for washing home or business windows. C3II 3-I5-.1346 or KINDS OF BEDDING OUT lants. 45c a basket, strawberry and asoberry plants. Geraniums, Begon-as, etc. Coalhursl Greenhouse. Phone lltn, irom H GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed top soil, manure. Complete landscaping Phone 27-5856 or 327-0662. 54A LICENCED XRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-2835. Parts, sales and service. Hepp's Indus-ries. Phone 327-2533. Department of Education Invites Applications tor TEACHING PRINCIPAL (Whitehorse) Christ The King (Catholic) High Schoo with a teaching staff of 12 includln the prlniclpal and vice-principal, has a enrollment of approximately 250 pup] n Grades five through ten. in addilio o administrative and supervisory dut e the successful candidate will be requ re to teach English at the ary level (Grades eight to Applicants should have demonstrate administrative and supervisory abifi n a Junior-secondary setting and shou jossess some knowledge of flexlb Koorammlng (non grading) at -oof elementary and Junlor-secon ary levels. Applicants with experlenc n 8 scmeslered system will be give preference. Maximum salary for position per annum based on a Waste Degree and ten years experience, an includes the administrative allowanc SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL (Whitehorse) Whiiehorse Elementary School, with teaching staff of 2B including the pr cipal and vice-principal, has an e rollment of approximately 600 studen The successful candidate be r quired to initiate a non-graded scho organization which will provide co tlnuous progress for students possess nt varying and different social, men and physical capabilities. Applicants should have extensive a successful administrative and supe visory experience at the elemenfa level. Preference will be given to tho applicants possessing experience flexible programming of school ope ations. Maximum salary for this position per annum based on a and two years experience, am includes Ihe administrative allowance To "nsure consideration complet resumes Including university record administrative and teaching exper ience, current personal and professlona references, and other pertinent Infer matlon should be submitted on o before June 5, 1970 io: MR. JOHN FERBEY, ASST. SUPT., DEPT. OF EDUCATION, Y.T.G BOX 2703, WHITEHORSE, Y.T C8284-! PLANNED PROGRAM ONE TO SIX YEARS. PHONE 328-5057. GREENHOUSES Wlda selection of 'bedding out plants also nursery stock. Vt mile east of Drve-in on Coutts Highway. Phone 327-4378. FOR HAY In crested parties ore Invited to con-fact the Department of Agriculture, Research Station, Lethbridge, Alberta, concerning the supply of hay 'for- the 1970-71 fiscal year. Hay grown In the current year only will be considered. Approximate requirements will be as follows: 500 tons Alfalfa hay, F.O.B., Research Station, Lethbridge, Alfa. 350 tons Alfalfa grass mixture, F.O.B., Research Station, Lethbridge. tons Alfalfa hay, F.O.B., Research Sub-Station, Manyberries, Alber-aTender9 will close ar 12 o'clock noon Monday, June 8, 1970. For further information and quotation request forms contact: C. G. Schoening, Assistant Administrative Officer, Canada Agriculture Research Station, Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 327-4561. quota or at least 50 per cent of the value of the item." Senator Argue said this wouM xpand rather than reduce the 'rairie market for Canadian roods. The export-import corporanOB oard should include represent-tives of the governments of fcmitcba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, as well as farmers. The corporation would buy grain from the Canadian wheat ward at market prices, sell at market prices, and buy goods 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT Forces Integration Plan Lauded EDMONTON (OP) Canada's integration of its armed forces may also be the answer :or other small armies, a Span-sh general said here. Lt.-Gea Manuel Diez-Ale-gria, chief of the Spanish armed forces defence college, said integration of Canada's army, navy and air force "is well worthy of our study and is a field1 T could conceive of our forces moving into in the future." Spanish forces made a slight move towards integration, he said, when they incorporated their merchant marine into the regular navy. The general was speaking in an interview at Canadian Forces Base Edmonton which he and 36 other members of the defence college visited during a two-week tour of Canadian military facilities. "I would suggest that per haps the people of our country do not place enough impor tance on the many wonderfu innovations the military o your country is he SPRING CLEAN UP All Kinds of hauled away. Reasonable. Phone 327-2641. SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY LTD. PHONE 32S-1493 OR 327-7263. FARM HELP Machine ground manure. Ideal for awns and gardens. 75 Ib. handy plastic bag, S1.50 each. Free delivery. Coal-hurst Greenhouse. Phone EXPERIENCED MARRIED MAN FOR year round farm work. Write Box 15, Herald. 8EET WORKERS 1MME-dlately Apply one m'lle south and 7a mile east ol Broxburn. C. SOIL SAND AND GRAVEL, FILLED EARTH. DRIVEWAYS EX--AVATED PROMPT DELIVERY, PSV 1 ITFN1E CAN GO RE8UIRED IMMEDIATELY Ma-iurs lady as housekeeper for small child and man. Write Box 383 Pincher Cr'ek or ask for George alter A p.m. at 427-2063. A AS. JARVIE, 4040 JOTH ST. N. PHONE 337-3047. ORNAMENTAL AND FRUIT TREES. HARDY PRAIRIE GROWN STOCK. JOHN'S GREEN-HOUSE one mill west of Coaldale next lo John Lowen Turkey Farm. C osed on Sundays. Campus Militants Miss Vlain Point EDMONTON (CP) Student militants have missed .the main point about university, says Robert Clark, minister of education. "The university has always >een a profound force of change in our society not change through1 .violence but change through reason, discovery and he old an alumni dinner at the Jniversity of Alberta in honor of the 1970 graduating class. "Here, young people leans what it is to be critical and nquiring in mind. "These same young people 37 FEMALE HELP PROVINCE Ftaidreau, South Dakot area in and in 1908 move< :o the Bow Island distric where he again homesteadet and also worked in the first )lacksmith shop there. ing his marriage in 1913, the resided in Okotoks where Mr :aslev worked with the Nort west Drilling Co. for two yea befm-e opening a SHIRT MACHINE OPERATOR. APPLY One Hour Martinlzlng. Phone 328-7574 rfays or 32B-7060, evenings. HARDWARE Shoppers' World Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES, CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. ALBtKIA DEPARTMENT DOWNTOWN BUSINESS REQUIRES merrled woman as part-time clerk. 16 to 20 houn weekly. Write Sox 16, Harald. HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS Will be rece ve by the undersigned up to 11 ocloc aim. Standard Time on Friday, Jun 5, 1970, for the construction of the fo (u'fflghway" 3. E. Bdy. of Coiema to B.C. Bdy., crush and stockpile sravel. Approximate quantity tons. (2) Highway 11. Jet. Hwy. 2A to Sy Mils 0.00 'to Mile Hlqhway 11. intersectional trea ment at Jet. Eckvllle Access Road Highway li. Rocky Mountain Hous to Jet. P.R. 102, Mile 51 to Mil! 5184, Project P.R. 102. Jet. Hwy. t Crimson Lake Park, Mile 0.00 to Mile 6.80 and Nort Connection 0.23 miles, Highway 12. Infersectlonal trea ment Jet. Hwy. 51, W. of Ben ley, at Mile 15.13, Asphalfic concrete pavement an other work. Approximate quantifies, tons of STENOGRAPHER acquired for canning plant. Apply Macdonalds' Consolidated Ltd. Processing Plant, P.O. Box 2050, Taber Albert! POULTRY AND for wheat and other grains can be gained by immediate establishment of an export-import corporation with in initial funds guaranteed by the federal government. The government should also try to sign two-way trade agree ments with China, Russia and Japan, agreeing to take a higl level of imports. "The new export-import cor poration should be prepared Y7ANTED PRESS OPERATOR FOR laundry department. Steady work, no students please. Apply to Mr. E Osborne, Lethbrldge Laundry Ltd., 1818 3rd Avenue south, between a.m and a.m. TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Phono 234-4035 or 234-3766, Fort Mac-eod. in 1916, wlicll he o erated until retirement in He was a member of the Inc pendent Order of Foresters Rev. Father J. Petravicio will conduct funeral service St Michael's Church, Bow PAN 39C PER LB H Dyck, Box 654, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. QUIZ! Any spara tlms? Want extra money? If you answer "yes" you could be an Avon representative. Call now 32B-7WJ, or write Mrs, M. Scott, 213J 79ttl Aye' S' PETS AND SIAMESE KITTENS FOR SALE Phone 327-0576. on Wednesday aftcraoo at 2 o'clock. Interment will fo low in Chapel on Memorla Gardens under the direction the Pattern Funeral Horn Donations to St. Michae Catholic Church, Bow Tslan would he gratefully aceeptw C82 ____ Russia Cautio MOSCOW (Reuters) -The Soviet Union warned Cambodis in a note published Monday tha the South Vietnamese govern ment plans to annex part o Cambodian territory. The note, handed over by th< Soviet ambassador in Cambodis Sunday, also said that unles. 0 steps are taken to evacuate United States and South Viet namese government troops, th( country will face a long civi war. It cautioned Canibodis against any alliance with Wash ington and Saigon. The note, made public by th< J government newspaper Izvestia f expressed surprise and sorrov i at the expansion of ties betweci a Phnom Penh and Saigon. "As is well known the Saigo i regime is a clique of venal an r corrupt generals, feudals an t bureaucrats, alien to the Vie1 a namese people, held up by for eign bayonets and without a fu 1 it said. t South Vietnamese general are pursuing ao UNUSUAL MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY Sniernaiional direct selling compan Jias opening In Leihbridge area for oerson with successful background 1 direct sales management. Excellen op portunlly for great advancement fo qualified person. Csl! Mrs. Mary Godwin 2J6-2B12 (Ca oary) or write Sarah Coventry o Canada Ltd., Box 500, Port Crcdi Ontario, Attention Ross Hughes Vice-President, LABRADOR PUPS Top field trial blood lines. Phone 653-J107, Cardston. FEMALE BOSTON TERRIER for sale. Excellent breeding stock Phone 328-7060 or 3J8.7576. Go On Strike At Calgary CALGARY (CP) Work with them into society and, over many years, theirs skills nelp erode the forces of prejudice and dishonesty in the world." MALE SAMOYED Husky, one year old. Phone and Specifications may 'to obtained at the office of the Chief Co structlon Engineer, Cambodia policy in Cambodia and aim annex part of its territory, the note CHIHUAHUAS FUL grown male and females, also babies 1218 3 Ave. A S. Phone 328-3423 afte 5 p.m. DsTrict Engineer, 1707 Sixth Sire N W., Calqary, Alberta, and the offi r of the Dlsirict Engineer, Administrate Building, Lelhbridgc, Alberta, and BUSINESS and operating In the Province Alberla, or lo partnership! or corpo allons registered and operating in ar who have established a fixed Pilot Killed BIG SANDY, MONT. (AP) A Wentworth, Wis., man was killed when a single-engine airplane loaded with weed killer crashed and burned about 12 miles east of here. Authorities said Robert Jai-ney, 46, was spraying weed killer from the airplane when tlie wing of the craft hit a guide cable on a power po'e and crashed. TAXI FOR SALE. INCLUDES business In iha Province of Albert A deposit of Twenty-Five Dolla 3 (525.00) wil be required tor each cop of the Contract and Speciflcatio 7 taken. Each bid must b! accompam by a marked cheque or bond THE INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF AlBERTA Requires TWO STENOGRAPHERS Qualifications: 1 Must have at least two years experience In office work with a Grade U equivalent experience. 7. Must have a typing speed of JO 3. Must be proficient In shorthand with s minimum of 30 c i. Experience h bookkeeping, f I-Inq and retcptionlsf duties essen-Hal. Salary will CK ficimmer.iurate MI to be reviewed yearly, Please apply In writing to; Indian Association ot Albem 103-Klngsway Crui'l 11710 Kinqsway Avonus Bdmonlon 19, Alberta Attention; f 62 EDUCATIONAL and 1 Interest. Further infer mation, write Henry Wellbrcck, construction projects wa halted Monday when glass workers went on strike fo highef wages and formed pick et lines. The lines were not crosse< by members of other trad unions and outside worker1 employed by the city. Construction of a theatre a the Banff School of Fine ArU was also stopped. The 125 members of loca 1725 of tire glaziers and glass workers union voted 90 pe cent in favor of a strike afte 3Va months of negotiations fa ed to settle their dispute wit f seven glass companies. The workers, whose wage ranged lo S3.50 an hour, wer seeking an increase of a hour over a two-year conlrac A conciliation board recom mended a UO-an-hour in crease, but it was rejected b both sides. There was no indication o when talks would HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME Canada's leading school. National Co 4M 6th Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alta Phone 269-8322. 103S. Kate High In Union c? EDMONTON CCP) The dropout rate among oil am chemical workers is higher 1 than in most other industries, t spokesman for the oil, Chemi i cal and Atomic Workers' Inter national union said here. "We have to sign up new members every thref months to show a net increase if of one member, Alvin Grospi i ron, international director o the union, told its national con i ference. 1 He said the high dropout raU 1 is a result of technological ad vances that affect the worke in oil or chemical Industrie1 more than in most others. Oth er dips in union ranks cam s from decreases hi war produc t tion in the United DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL PROP erly for sale by owner 25 ft. fron ag building approximately 25 x 120 f Llvina quarters or office space on sec ond floor. Price S30.000. 'Writ? box 10% of Tender. Tenders will be open e in Public. The lowest or any lend not necessarily accepted. L. H. McMANUS, Deputy Minister of Highways an MUSIC TUITION ON GUHAR Fnad Kane. Phone CENTRAL VANCOUVER ISLAND Successful electrical contracting bus ness complete with retail electrica store for "The Do It Yourself E ectr clan." Ideal man and wife IOST AND Actor, 57, FOUND GRF.Y AND BLAC striped cat, about six weeks old. 1 A St. and 10 Ave. S. Phone For lull information write to Box 1 2 The Herald. SPARE-TIME INCOME Refilling and collecting money tror NEW TYPE high-quality coin-opera ed dispensers in your area. Of Bloodclot n ROME (AP) Folco Lull] 57, who led African and Italia rebels before becoming one c the best-known actors of Italia post-war movies, died from 4 bloodclot 66 Counsellor Wins Nomination CALGARY (CP) Calvin Lee, a counsellor at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, was nominated to contest the constituency of Calgary McKnight for the Progressive Conservatives in the next provincial election. HELP? CONCERNING HEALT WELFARE AND RELATED AREAS-CONTACT A.I.D. CENTRE. Phcne 3! 7323 10 a.m. fo 4 p.m. references. 5600 to S2.900 cash. Seve !o hours weekly can net exce lent monthly Income. More full 1 m 5 For oersonai interview write Or PROBLEM DRINK ERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT A ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE If-d OUIRIP5 'CARE OF: P.O. BOX 86 _ LETH8RIDGE, D, 160 Bay St., Suite 205, Toronto Ontario, Include phone number. 74 LOANS J fled to the Soviet Unio during the Second World 38 MALE HEIP due to acne, SCHWARTZ N AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 r College Mall Phone 318-3311 y Residential, Commercial proper! s Farms and ranches. City or Tow d 1 owest Interest rates available. Fir and second escaping from a Fasti, prison. He was the leader of partisan squad in 1943 and KM 5; Earlier, in 1936, he led a retx s' 1 g r o u p of Ethiopians again; ol Italian colonial CAR AND TRUCK 3ALESVAN Fnrd dealership Southern Alter town. Experience preferred, riocx o porlunlty to up for the rig man. Writs Box 14, Herald. clear your complexion. Clear, co orless, equally affective on dry s oily skin, use niqht or day. Man P- pleased users. Only SI. 50 oun it for 3 ounces; 51.00 tor medica e soap at Drugs and Wcs J9 minster Drugs, "I- ;