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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2S THE LETHBRIDGE HtkALD 43 TRAILERS FOR May 27, 1970 58 MALE HELP SERVICES AND LOANS Births, Deal i I Cards 0. D B T Funerals, f Thanks, noriams CARDS OF THANKS FREED I would like to saj thank you to all the doctors 1 nurses and aides on Third Floor E Main of St. Michael's Hospital also the girls in St. Michael's therapy for the many kind nesses shown me during my long stay in hospital. Also my thanks to all friends and relations for their lovely gifts and WANTED TO PLAY AC cordlon or organ for local dance bane Phone 328-3-16; or 328-2-100. AND AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall 196? TRAVELAIRE TRAILER, 15 FT Llka new. JM50. Phone etc. same-day Service. 1233 2 Ave. S. Phone 328-51U TENT TRAILER WITH TANDEM axle. Apply 1330 17lh Ave. S. P BY RECREATIONAL VE hicfll plant In Oktmogan Valley. Tw first class metal men. Please phon Penticton or write Box 447 SINGER TRAINED SERVICE MA will oil, dellnt and adjust tension. A machine regardless of make or mode Call 328-8454. and ranches, City or Town Lowest Interest rales available. Firs and second lark camper, no toilet. Accept good saddle Horse os part payment. Phone 327-9770. MEN REQUIRED FOF op selling company. Make and u weekly. Write Box 20, Herald. In Met F. F. STEWART ADJUSTORS LTD 1201 3rd Ave. S. 32S-5SJ5 Camper box. Located for inspect ion at J2J 6th St. Lethbridge, Alta DIRECTOR For southern Alberta camp. Prefer ma and wife team. Responsible tor genera supervision and maintenance. Stat references. Write Box 21, Herald. TOP SOIL. PHONE 328-328 evenings. odd lobs. Phone 3S7-6834. ETE'S ROTOTILLING. PHON 328-8764. ROOMS, CEMENT DRIVE and walks, fence repairs. Phone 345 46B4. Claudia Red LEAVING TOWN, MUST SELL foot 'self-conlained Travelaire trailer In excellent condition. Has many extras Including new awning. Phone 327-3744 LAWNS POWER RAKED AND AND TRUCK SALESMAN WANTED Ford dealership Southern Albert town. Experience preferred, good op portunity to work up for the rlgt man. Write Box K Herald. ated. Dead grass rciroved and hau ed. Phone Bill RAVEN 13J9 ST. N Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re modelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219 away in Cardston, Wed nesday, May .27, 1970, at the ag( iof 24 years, beloved wife ol Barry Shade of the Blood Re serve'. Funeral arrangement, will be announced when com plcted. Christensen Salmon Fu neral Home Ltd., Directors o Funeral Service. LAWNS PUT IN, ODD JOB and rototllllnp. Gardening by seaso Phone 327-6143. FIFTEEN FOOT SCAMPER TRAILER Propane stove and refrigerator. Sleeps five. Good 'Condition. Phone after 5 p.m., 337-8001. STEINER CEMENT WORK old basements dug, water proofing, n sured, free estimates. Phona 327-8266 AND SCOTCH PINE TREE 12 ft. and up. A limited number. Pho B 0. Tolley, 327-3191. SUPERVISOR For southern Alberta camp. To overse boating and swimming. Must hav senior qualifications. State references Write Box 22, Herald. TWELVE x 60 FT. DETROITER 1968-Completely furnished, washer dryer dishwasher, carpet, central air condl Jioner. Three ton unit. Bxl2 ft. col laps able porch with carpet, deep freeze No. 26 Estevan Trailer Court, Estevan Sask. Phone 634-5928. FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SU GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ET 9 PHONE 328-2094. AMD DOORS. FREE ESTt MATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745 MAN TO WORK IN RETREAC shop top wages for the right perso Apply in person to Kirk's Tire Sales 1621 3rd Ave. S. NG, LAWN SEEDI N 1 landscaping, spring clean-up. Pho f 345-334.1. TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations. Phone J anc J. Custom 345-4630, I would Ike to extend my sincere thanks to the doctor and also to the nurs as of St. Michael's Hospital who gave me such good care while I was a patient there; also to friends and relatives who call ed, sent cards or flowers anc remembered me in any way. Mrs. Rosa Millidge Mrs. Irailer. Propane stove, oven, heater refrigerator. Electric brakes. Sleeps six. 1607 Henderson Lake Blvd. 2106-29 PRINCESS TENT TRAILER FOR sale. Reasonably priced. Phone 345 3522. MALE -FEMALE HELP TREE TRIMMING, LAW raking, garbage hauling, etc. Pho 328-4173. BUILDING, CEMEN1 work and stuccoing. Anderson anc Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave S. Phone 327-6682. of Joseph Taborski, pass ed away in the Crowsnest Pas: Hospital on Tuesday, May 26 1970, at age 53 years. She wa. born in Bellevue December 6 1916 and married her husbano Joseph in Bellevue on Septem ber 3, 1931. She was a membei of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Canadian Legion as a pas president. Predeceased by two brothers and her parents. Sur vivors include her husband Jo seph of Bellevue; two daugh ters, Mrs. D. (Irene) Filafiio Mrs. J. (Bernice) Navratel both of Coleman; five grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Victoria 'Denson of Trail, B.C. Prayers will be said in St. Cyril's Catholic Church, Bellevue, Friday, May 29, at p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Cyril's Catholic Church Bellevue at 11 a.m., Saturday, May 30ih. Interment to follow in Bellevue Catholic Cemetery. Fan-tin's Chapels Ltd., is in Charge. ROTOTILLING New lawns put in. Prompt servic reasonable rates. 327-2641. ESTATE SALESPERSOfv wanted immediately. Good Incen iv program. Excellent working cond" tions, modern office. Apply in persor to Fort Whoop-Up Real Estate Agen cies, 1117 3 Ave. South. CONTRACTING small jobs given prompt attention Reasonable rates. Bob Afwood. 327 2954. RENT FOR YOUR VACATION Tent 'Trailers Hardtops Soft-tops Free Light Hook-up Mattresses Insurance Licence Plales Phone 328-5983 or 328-4015 Book now for your FIELD TOP SOIL. STEV Zatylny Phone 328-1377. BUS DRIVERS For McNally, Readymade, CoaldaU and Coalhurst. APPLY AL. DORGE, ENERSON BUS CO. Phone 327-5705 LANDSCAPING AN painting. Odd lobs done. Phone EC 32B-526B. basements, move trees will pave driveways. We also hau gravel and top soil. Phone 327-141 before 5 p.m., 327-5315 after 5 p.m ROTOTILLING AND LAW aerating. Mike Bobak, phone 327-177 I would like to extend my sincere thanks to the nurses and aides on the Surgica: floor of the Municipal Hospital for their wonderful and patien1 care I received while a patient there. Also to my doctors and to my many friends for the gifts, calls, visits, flowers and cards so kindly sent to me. Thank you all so much. Maebel C. Morris. X1659 FAIRBAIRN We are deeply grateful to our relatives, friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness shown during our recent bereavement. We especially wish to thank the doctor, the nurses and staff of the Devon Nursing Home and the emergency department of St. Michael's Hospital and Rev. I. K. Jacobsen. The Fairbaira and Phillips Families 44 AGRICULTURAL YOUR LAWN AERATED. RE moves dead grass, helps control lav diseases. Phone John 328-3909. CAPTURED SAPPERS South Vietnames. Gen. Do Cao Tri puffs a pipe as he interrogates captured North Vietnamese Army sappers captured by Cambodian troops during fighting in and around Kompong Cambodia, 45 miles northeast of Phom Penh. The Cambodian troops were assisted by South Vietnamese air strikes and ammunition in the fi.Sc CASH FOR NO. 2 WHEAT DE-livered Lethbridge. Phone 234-4035 Fort Macleod. TEACHERS ROTOTILLING. GOOD 10 guaranteed. Phone 328-7389. 1 will not be responsible for any debts incurred by my son Frances Zugo. Signed: Joe Zugo. WANTED FEED OATS 500 BUSH-els. Phone C. C. Spencer 758-3073, Mag rath. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 Requires the sevices of a teacher 1 Choral Music and Band Instruct! at the Junior High School level, effe five August 24, 1970. Applications shou be directed to Dr. 0. P. Larson, Supe Infendent of Schools, 433 15th Stre South, Lethbridge, Alberta. TRIMMING, ROTOTILLIN with large yellow rototiller, plowln and landscaping. Phone 327-8237. I BARLEY AT 55c In exchange for TV's and appliances. Ace TV and Radio. 1406 :7th St. S. Phone 328-6131. KINDS OF BEDDING OU plants. 45c a basket. Strawberry am raspberry plants. Geraniums, Begon las, etc. Coalhurst Greenhouse. Phon 327-9530. Mulls Plan OTTAWA (CP) Acting Prime Minister George 47 LIVESTOCK GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed top soil, manure Complete landscaping service. Phon 327-5856 or 327-0662. HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES and sizes. ALSASK PROCESSORS, John Drewry Phone 328-2911. Gears T Into Re By JOHN T. WHEELER PHNOM PENH (AP) The war in Cambodia is similar to the conflict in neighboring South Vietnam, but here the pattern seems headed backward. Following the coup which deposed Prince Norodom Sihanouk as head of state March 18, North Vietnamese troops and South Vietnamese guerrillas (Viet Cong) began hammering Cambodian government troops. It serined for, a time that the coup and the subsequent sweeps by American and South Vietnamese government troops in the eastern provinces sounded the desth knell for an independent Cambodia. Phnom Penh's troops had become accomplished road-builders under Sihanouk, in their main role of doing civic-action projects. When the war broke jut, they had neither the expertise nor the wherewithal to take on the Communist War Tirown verse Chinese supplies expected to replace those captured or destroyed during the U.S.-South' Vietnamese government thrust into the eastern provinces. In what now appears to be a guerrilla posture, North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops mostly have .broken down into small bands, then- main assignment to harass towns, blow up. bridges, throw fear into tho Cambodian countryside a n d conserve strength. The troops' are" fierce but cautious fighters. It could well be that the commanders are using hit-and-riui attacks to test the Cambodian response and see what help, if any, comes from the U.S. and South Vietnamese government commands. Hanoi's "real estate" phase of the war may be over temporarily if the Communist command believes it has enough1 of eastern Cambodia to continue infiltration and stockpiling to support operations in South Vietnam, still Hanoi's paramount concern. of Forty Mile No. 8 Alberta Applications are Invited for the follow Ing positions. 1.-INDUSTR1AL ARTS TEACHER JUNIOR SENIOR HIGH, FOR MOST SCHOOL. VICE PRINCIPAL ELEME TARY, FOREMOST SCHOOL. ENGLISH AND FRENCH Parts, sales and servlct. Hepp's Indus tries. Phone 327-2533. DEAD STOCK FREE OF charge. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phone 32B-1336 Lelhbridge, 223-2567 Taber. MILLEK Funeral service for Frank P. Miller, beloved husband of Mrs. Martha Miller of Magrath who died at Lethbridge Saturday, May 23, 1970, at the age of 75 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 26, 1970, in th.s Magrath LDS Chapel with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating. Pall bearers were Glen, Gerald and Dee Leish-man, Don Johnson, Keith Braithwaite and Elsworth Workman. Interment was in GREENHOUSES Wide selection of bedding out plan1 also nursery stock. Vi mile east o Drive-in on Coutts Highway. Phon 327-4378. r MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phons 327-3048, Lethbridge. SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY LTD. PHONE 3'2B-149 OR 327-7263. 49 MACHINERY combines for Interesting opportunity improve your cash write P.O. Box 371, Lethbridge. HIGH, SENA TOR GERSHAW HIGH SCHOO BOW ISLAND. PLEASE APPLY P. J. BAKER SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FOREMOST, ALTA. Machine ground manure. Ideal fa lawns and gardens. 75 !b. handy plasti bag, each. Free delivery, Coa hurst Greenhouse. Phone 327-9530. told the Commons Monday Canada has not yet replied to the proposal Saturday >y President Nixon that coun tries limit their claims to the resources of the continents Shelf. Mr. McIU-aith told George lees Prince Edward-Has ings) that officials now are studying the Nixon proposal to see what change would be in volved in Canada's present claims on the shelf. President Nixon urged thai countries renounce claims to undersea natural resources be yond a depth of 200 56 feet. Canada adheres to a Jeneva agreement on jurisdic-on of the shelf that accords rights to a depth of 200 MEMORJAMS CLINE In memory of our dear mother and grandmothe Minnie L. Cline, who passet away August 21, 1929; of our dear father and grandfathe William H. Cline, who passei away February 27, 1960; am our beloved brother and uncle Howard E. Cline, who passa away May 27, 1969. remembered am sadly missed by all Mrs. Nellie Skinner and famil; Mrs. Clara Thompson an family. 2114 ONTKO In loving memory of a dear dad and granddac Stefan Ontko, who passed away May 27, 1959. Treasure him Lord in your garden of rest, For when on earth, he was one of the best. remembered by his sons and their families. JOHN DEERE G OR GW TRACTOR for repairs or running condition. Phone C. C. Spencer 75B-3078 Aflagrath. GREENHOUSE, to MILE EAST of Bedding out plants, low as three for also boxed bulb and garden seeds. Fresh eggs and rhu barb. Wa are In the market for good userf farm machinery trucks, etc. Consignment or cash. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highway Phone Days 327-3145 Nights Department of Education Invites Applications for TEACHING PRINCIPAL (Whifehorse) Christ The King (Catholic) High Schoo with a teaching staff of 12 fnciudinc the prinlclpal and vke-prlncfpal, has a enrollment of approximately 250 pupii n Grades five through ten. In addifio to administrative and supervisory dutie the successful candidate will be require; to teach English at the Junior-second ary level (Grades eight to Applicants should have demonstrate administrative and supervisory abllif n a junior-secondary setting and should possess some knowledge of flexibl programming (non grading) at bot the upper elementary and junior-secondary levels. Applicants with experience in a semestered system will be given preference. Maximum salary for this position Is per annum based on a Masters Degree and ten years experience, and includes the administrative allowance. SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL (Whitehorse) Wh tehorse Elementary School, with a teaching staff of 28 including the principal and vice-principal, has an tn-ro ment of approximately 600 students. The successful candidate wfll be required to initiate a non-graded school organization which will provide con-t nuous progress for students possessini varying and different social, menta and- physical capabilities. Applicants should have extenslvn and successful administrative and supervisory experience at the elementary level. Preference will be given to those applicants possessing experience in f exible programming of school operations. Maximum salary for this position Is per annum based on a Masters Degree and two years experience, and inc udes the administrative allowance. To ensure consideration complete resumes including university record, administrative and teaching experience, current personal and Garden tractors nedge trimmer fertilizer spreader-lawn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD., 816 3rd S., Phone 327-5540 Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. WEST Funeral service for Mrs. Greta Pearl West, beloved wife of Mr. Frank Henry West of 1729 15th Ave. South who died in the city Saturday, May 23, 1970, at the age of 67 years, was held at 2 p.m. 'Tuesday, May 26, 1970, in the Christensen Chapel with Hev. Brian Jones officiating. Pall bearers were Jack Green, Evan Evans, Vernon Stewart, Thomas Ogden and Joseph Haczkewicz. Cremation followed at Calgary. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral .Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SOIL SAND AND GRAVEL FILLED EARTH. DRIVEWAYS EX CAVATED. PROMPT DELIVERY. PSV LICENSE CAN GO ANYWHERE MR. A. M. JARVIE, 4040 20TH ST. W PHONE 327-3047. 50 MISC. ARTICLES WANTED SMALL PEDAL CAR FOR year old. Phone 327-7604. HARDWARE Shoppers' World Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES, CHAIN SAW, ETC. CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI-atcrs, batteries. Highest prices. Var-zarl Iron Ltd., 12-16 2nd Ave. N. Phone 327-1296. THE SALVATION ARMY NEEDS: Good used clothing, particularly children's clothing. This can be left at 413 1st S. or phone 328-2860 or 328-6717 for pickup service. a provision consistent-y stressed by RENT ROTOTtLLERS RENO-THIN LAWN ROLLERS FERTILIZER SPREADERS POST HOLE Export Rise SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radialorj Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 306 33rJ St. North HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals steel and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES liOJ 2nd S. Phone 327-4261 SELECTION OF USED LAWN MOWERS By Hour, Day or Week Phone 327-5767 HOYT'S Downtown OF In loving memory of a dear dad and granddac Stefan Ontko, who passed away May 27, 1959. Just a prayer from those who loved you, Just a memory fond and true, In our hearts you will live forever, Because we thought the work of A few airborne battalions 'ormed Cambodia's only really effective fighting force. They look no match for Viet Cong and Vietnamese units who lave become seasoned fighters after years of combat in South Vietnam against the best Amer-can and South Vietnamese government units. Much of Cam-xxlia's armv cons-sts of raw recruits. DIDN'T CRUSH CAMBODIA But for reasons still not, clear he Communist-led forces elected not to crush Cambodia as some government officials gave them the capability to do After more or less consolidat-ng their power in the eastern provinces, except in the areas of U.S.-South Vietnamese government operations, the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong oosened .the pressure on Phnom Penh. The gears of the classic guerrilla war were thrown. into reverse. The Communist command scaled down front major attacks, the third stage of guerilla war, to something between he first, and second stage. Communist sources said Wanted old used piano. PHONE 327-1395 AFTER P.M. XI (CP) Cana-ian exports of rapeseed to apan this year "are expected o show a substantial increase" ver last year, says a member a federal committee that isited Japan to discuss the oil-eed market. Paul Babey of Edmonton, resident of Unifarm, said appreciation to all those involved in helping in any manner whatsoever, the evening of Friday, May 15 especially Brian Hodgson, the R.C.M.P., the ambulance drivers from Pincher Oreek and Fort Macleod, doctors Hilda and John Walker and hospital staff at Fort Macleod. Sincere thanks are extended to all our friends and neighbors For all their thoughtfulness in so many ways. All these acts of dndness will be ever remembered. Crook Sr., Edna and Bill Crook Jr., Bobby and Hay Tomlinson, Ken and June Phillips asid families. POULTRY AND 52 FARM HMPLOYMENT B'Ann, Sidney am Cheryl. 2111 ONTKO In loving memory of a dear husband, Stefan Ontko, who passed away May 27, 1959. Time goes on but memories stay, As near and dear as yesterday. A day to remember, sad to recall. Without farewell he left us TURKEYS, ALL AGES, hone 234-4035 or 234-3766, Fort HOUSEKEEPER SEEKS EMPLOY-ment on south Alberta farm. Box 18, Herald. PAN PER LB. Dyck, Box Coaidale. Phone 345-22J. bushels in the 1970-71 crop ear. Sales from August, 1969, o January, 1970, were about bushels. "Rapeseed oil in Asia has >een very, very acceptable for lany said Mr. Babey an interview. "I think Japan ill have to rely on imports." In 1968-69, says the rapeseed igest, Japan took almost 77 >er cent of its rapeseed from Canada. Mr. Babey was in Japan reentry as part of a three-man ommittee that is to report to tto Lang, federal minister i t h o u t portfolio responsible for the Canadian Wheat Board. The Unifarm president said rapeseed meal is coming into lemand as a protein source for livestock whereas it formerly was used only as crop 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT PETS AND YOUNG WOMAN REQUIRES EITHER permanent stenographic work or wil do typing In my home. Phone Vulcan -05-2327 or Lethbridge 327-7521. CHOCOLATE BROWN FRENCH oy Poodle. Very playful. Phone 328-940: Score high in this sleek, ac-ion-designed pantdress. New sports star! Embroider emblem of your favorite sport on easy pantdress. Pattern 7246: eight motifs, printed pat-.ern girls' sires 6, 8, 10, 12, 14. State size. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, S4A LICENCED should be submitted on or be ore June 5, 1970 to: MR. JOHN FERBEY, ASST. SUPT., DEPT. OF EDUCATION, Y.T.G. BOX 2703, WHITEHORSE, Y.T. LABRADOR PUPS, op field trial blood lines. Phone 653-07, Cardston. Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 326-2835. FEMALE BOSTON TERRIER or sale. Excellent breeding stock. hone 328-7060 or 328-7576. Is FORT MACLEOD (Special) South Alberta remembered ant sadly missed by his wife Anne. COSTANZO'S DAY CARE CENTRE PLANNED PROGRAM ONE TO SIX YEARS. PHONE 328-5057. MALE SAMOYED usky, one year old. Phone 328-3295. 55 MAIE EMPLOYMENT CHIHUAHUAS FULL rown male and also babies. 213 3 Ave. A S. Phone 328-3423 of a dear son .anc brother, Dwaine, who passec away May 27, 1968. No length of time can take away. Our thoughts of you from day to day, Though absent you are always near, Still loved, still missed, still very SPRING CLEAN UP All kinds of junk hauled away. Reasonable, Phone 327-26.11. EDUCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL AT BUSINESS was political and not military. One man in indirect ontact with Hanoi indicated the oncern was for world opinion nore than anything else. The dea apparently was that Hanoi ould easily explain its role in outh Vietnam but could not ex-lain the conquest of a country Ihnically and historically far ifferent. Whatever the reason, the war gainst the Cambodian govern-nent diminished. A military wkesman said it had reverted o the guerrilla stage. ALTED OFFENSIVE Major signs supporting this ew include the halting of an ffensivc that virtually had eized Kompong Cham, 56 FARM HELP 4W 6th Ave, S.E., Calgary, Alta. Phone 2S9-8322. Church Women met at Brooks recently. Eighty-one attended. Theme was "Giving is Liv-ng; Living is FOR SALE. INCLUDES '67 hev. and Interest. Further Infor-ation, write Henry Wellbrock, nited Cabs. Phone 327-3838 or 327-39. EXPERIENCED MARRIED MAN FOR year round farm 'work. Write Box 15, Herald. MUSIC TUITION ON GUPAR Kane. Phone 327-fl397 6250-1 COMMERCIAL PROP-fy for sale by owner 25 ft. frontage building approximately 25 x 120 ft. vlng quarters or office space on sec-d floor. Price Write box 6, erald. rapeseed, not its oil or neal, and "do the processing o keep its people speakers were Mrs. ean Swihart of Fort MAcleod nd Mrs. Betty Meyers of Coal-Jale. They were assisted by VIrs. Jessie Snow, Milk River. Urs. Inga Marr, Twin Buttc, Urs. Kathryn Cornier, Medi-ine Hat and Mrs. Mae Roberts, Lethbridge. The circle was completed vith Rev. Hutton's address on Coving is Giving. Delegates from Trinity Jnitcd Church were Mrs. Har-iet Purdy and Mrs. Eveline brothers and sisters. REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Mature lady as housekeeper for small child and man. Write Box 283 Pincher Creek or ask for George after 6 p.m. at 627-2063. ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-804? or 328-3246, after Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Tongue, Dr. Tom 3atey, 38, distinguished British nountaincer; of a fall while imbing seaclifts. New Francis Brewster 'aussig, 70, president of Grolier 1 n ernational Inc. j Seattle; Wash-Herbert Mun- I er, 73, Boeing's first test pilot ml co-founder of West Coast Urlines. Green Buy, Clarence A. nick Gross, 82, well-known U.S. 1 cnscrvationist. t Essex, Wilbur Daniel f teelc, 34, U.S. short story 1 rater. 'in loving memory of a dear husband and ather, Dwaine Michelson, who aassed away May 27, 1968. A happy home we once enjoyed, How sweet the memory still, But deat'n has left a lonliness, The world can never fill. We miss your smile, your voice, Tlie things you used to do, We miss the happy limes we had. But mostly we miss you. remembered, loved n and sadly missed by wife Gwen, children Carolee, t Laurie, Linda, Greg and f Renay. 3113 OPPORTUNITY HOTEL 23 rooms, all brick conslructlon, ideal r semi-retired couple, average busi-ss and rental income cf 5500 month-. Full price Contact PRO GENCIES LTD., Box 97, Brooks, Al- rta. Phone 342-4633. 2151-30h 57 FEMALE HELP SHIRT MACHINE OPERATOR, days or 328-7060, evenings. HELP? CONCERNING STENOGRAPHER Required for canning plant A.I.D. CENTRE. Phone 327-323 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. VANCOUVER ISLAND ccessful electrical contracting ss complete with" retail ore for "The Do It Yourself Electri- r an." Ideal man and wife operation, or full information write to Box 12, e Haraid. ccsstog Plant, P.O. Box 2050, Taber, Alberta. OF PROBLEM DRtNK-RS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING ND INFORMATION CONTACT AL NON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE WANTED PRESS OPERATOR third city. Sihanouk, ow backed primarily by Peng and Hanoi, was1 thus denied place to set up his royal gov-nmcnt-in-cxile at least on a ominal basis. Perhsps important, cap-ire of the city would have still more of the vital Me-ong River for Soviet laundry department. Steady work, no students please. Apply to Mr. E Osborne, Lethbrirtqe Laundry 1818 3rd Avenue South, between a m ind EXCHANGE HOURS FOR CASH upplemcnt your1 present income. With r n investment of less than Si 00, you 5 an have your own part-time business ith unlimited earning potent lal. Ex-client tor husbend and team or nformative interview phone 327- c; 63, after f. p.m. a HI 22-39 SERVICES AND Flee TRIESTE, Italy (Reuters) -hrce Hungarians crashed irough the frontier barrier Yugoslavia in tlreir car today and asked lor political in Italy, police pattern for first-class mailing am special handling to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD leaders Mail Limited M Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario, SALES and SERVICE. SER- S ces on all makes of washers and a yers, automatic or conventional. Al- c all small appiiar.cfls, lawn mowers, v ons, vacuum etc. No jobs c cr LETHBRIDGE t-PPLIANCES, 9053rd Ave. S, Phone C7353-tf OUIZ! Any spare time? Want extra money? if you answer "yes" could s to an Avon representative. now, jr 328-742J, or write M. Scott, 213.( 1 19th Ave. S. A U210-38 ;