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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 58 MALE HELP TEACHERS BUSINESS g Births, Deaths, Funerals, 1 Cards Of Thanks, 1 J In Memoriams Clears Mi WINNIPEG (CP) J. J. Greene, federal minister of mines and resources, said Tuesday the federal government will propose replacing present uranium and thorium exploration permits with a removal permit. This would eliminate existing federal-provincial conflict respecting permits. Mr. Greene was speaking to the provincial mines ministers conference which opened Monday. Mr. Greene said the present exploration permit, issued by the atomic enef gy control board, would be replaced with what might be called a radioactive ore removal permit. The permit would be required PI ning Con when a "company wished to remove from the ground, during the course of a particular year, material having a content of greater than 10 pounds of ura-lium or htorium conditional on the company having alredy obtained an exploration or' equivalent permit from the appropriate province." He said this would allow companies to mine about five tons >f the ore yearly, without requiring a federal permit. Full discussions with provincial authorities will be conducted, he added, when new regulations now being drafted are available. Two other recommendations from the 1969 mines Hid ccr.ference prompted federal ac lion, Mr. Greene said. As rec ommended, a Canadian centr for geoscience data and a geos cience index were establishe m LOST AND Olferino lull range of employee benefits and excellent wages. J. W. Hendricks DUNLOP FORD Phone 328-5526 Small black and white bull doa. Reward Phone 377-7601. OF r. h WEDDING CAKES. S35 and up. Free delivery. Phone Magralh. DEPARTMENT Or HIGHWAYS AND OF PROBLEM DRINK-ERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE IN QUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, Edna May, passed away in Cardston on Monday, September 7, 1970, at tile age of 88 years, formerly of Edmonton, Mrs. Faust has resided with the McKinlay family for the past 17 years. She is survived by two sons, Edward Faust of Bellingham, Washington, and Manis Rogers, of Arlington, Washington; three daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Erick-son of Scappoose, Oregon, Mrs. Dorothy Pfitzner of Queensland, Australia, and Mrs. May McKinlay of Lethbridge; 16 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren; and two sisters and one brother in Washington, U.S.A. She was predeceased by her husband, Edward T. Faust in 1967. Her remains are being forwarded to Edmonton for eraveside services on Friday, September 11, 1970 at am. at Evergreen Memorial Gardens. No flowers by request. Chrislensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C9c PICKET! Passed away at Medicine Hat on Monday, September 7, 1970, Fred, of Medicine Hat and formerly of Taber. Born at Gunneson, Utah September 23, 1898. Came to Raymond with his parents in 1904. The family ranched in the Manyberries area for many years. Married at Medicine Hat in 1920, Mr. Pickett fanned and ranched in southern Alberta until moving to Taber in 4939. He has resided at Medicine Hat for the past two years. Survivors are his .wife Olga, Medicine Hat; four sons, Floyd of Taber, Don and Mearl ot Lethbridge, Delbert of Edmonton; two daughters, Mrs. Jesse (Rose) Peterson, Taber end Mrs. John (Helen) Fallen, Taber; one sister. Mrs, Elva Lay-ton. Taber; 26 grandchildren, eight great grandchildren. He was predsceassd by one daughter Hazel in 1939. Funeral services will be conducted from tbe Taber LDS Stake Centre First Ward on Thursday, September 10 at p.m., with Bishop Keith E. Francis officiating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. Friends may pay their respects to the family at the Relief Society Room from p.m. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, in charge of arrangements. MANAGEMENT TRAINEES Rapidly expanding retail firm with from coast to coast has tm-rnfdlBtt openings for recent graduates to train on the IOD tor store management. Future opportunities in home offici and adminlstrativt positions. WE OFFER A five year training program Good starting salary Paid holidays Free life insurance Pension plan and other benefits MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS wlil bt received by the undersigned up to o'clock Slandird Time on Friday, September lain, 1WO for the construction of the following In loving memory of our dear daughter, sister and niece, Fern Campbell, who passed away September 9, 1967. A thought, a prayer, a secret tear, Then a silent wish that you were here. remembered by Dad and Mom, sisters, brothers, aurst Julia and uncle Albert. 6933 ZOMBORI In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Josef Zombori, who passed away September 8, 1968. The depths of sorrow we cannot tell, Of the loss of one we loved so well. remembered by Nick, Linda, Tracy and Monica. 6881 ZOMBORI In loving memory of a dear husband and father. Josef Zombori, who passed away Sept. 8, 1968. Upright and just in all his ways. Loyal and true throughout ali his days, Silently suffered, patiently bore, God took him home to suffer no more. remembered b y wife Julia and Betty. INFORMATION REFERRAL Centre A.I.D. Advice, Information and Direction in areas of Health, Welfare and Recreation. Phone 327-7323, 10 a.m. 4 p.m. ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 32V-8019 or 328-3246, to Swan Hiiis improvement District 17 Swan Hills Klnuso Area Gravel Crushing and jtock-piilng cubic yards Contracts and Specifications may be obtained from the Office of the Chief Maintenance Englnaer, Highways Building, Edmonlon, Alherta, the Office of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Street N.w.-, Calgary, Alberta and the Office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbridge, Alberta and will be available only to individuals domiciled, registered and operating In the Province of Alberta or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business in Ihe Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-five Dollars (S7S.OO) will be required for each copy of tbe Contrac Specifications taken. Eacn bid must be accompanied by a market, cheque or bond equal to 10% of the tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L.H. McManus Deputy Minister of Highways and [xterior Oil Paint White, per gal. 4.95 Red, per gal Shingles 210 Ib., No. 1 Grade Per Bundle Economy, each 366 Utility, each 44 C SERVICES AND A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. S6.00 for two weeks, 510 per month. delivery and pickup. Phone 327-2243. Singer Company ol Canada, Col. lege Mall. Must be prepared to relocate Minimum grade XII Preference given to college graduates APPLY -S. S. KRESGE CO. LTD. 4th Ave. 6th Street 327-4155 Taping, Spraying ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone Wall Panelling 8 natural wood finishes. 4'x8' sheet A OQ Each Supplies To Clear Garden Shed Reg. 156.50 1 FA To Clear 1 JW STAMP AND STEMCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dat-ers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114 SALES ana SERVICE. SER-vlces on all of washers end dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lobs too larse or too small. Buihel Circular Plywood Grain Bin Erected ond painted. Each Rosco 1350 Buihel Grain Bin Erected with floor. E.K Rosco 2700 Bushel Grain Bin Erected with floor. Each 876.50 Read To Apprehended Prisoners PRINCE ALBERT CCP) Seven men appeared in magistrate's court Tuesday on a total of 13 charges following an escape Aug. 23 from Prince Albert Penitentiary. The case was adjourned to Soul. 18. Judge J. R. Omar Archam-bault told the prisoners to be prepared to enter elections and pleas. Robert Desjarlais, 28, of Lac La Biche, Doug Letendre, 26, of Edmonton and Glen Wayne Burnett, 25, were charged with kidnapping and escaping lawful custody. Charles E. Dorrington, 23, and Stafford Lake, 21, were charged with escaping lawful custody and breaking, entering and theft; Patrick Shannon 21, was charged with escaping lawful custody and assaull with intent to resist arrest; and Wilfred Eadie, 22, was charged with escaping lawful custody. Desjarlais, Lentendre and Burnett were the last to be captured. They were apprehended by police using a tracking dog after forcing two youths at knifepoint to drive toward Saskatoon. Eactie and Shannon were arrested in a lane in downtown Prince Albert. Dorrington and Lake were apprehended in the 59 MALE FEMALE HELP afler 5 p.m. 328-3289. Turn surplus grain to cash with a Beaver Manufactured Hog Barn Designed for speed ond ease of erection. Simply set up pre-assembled wall sections ond truss rafters. Call in ot our storo for information and our hag planning TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE Phone or 327-7398. TAILOR FOR ALTERATIONS TO start work October 1st. Apply In per son. Apply PROGRESS CLOTHING 112-1H Sin St. S. No phone calls please. ROTOTILLING. PHONE 328-7339. AND YARD CLEAN UP Phone 327-2431 or 327-7398. EATON'S REQUIRES Part-time selling slaff and office staf for fall season. Must be able fo work during the day. Apply Personnel Office Second Floor, weekdays, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 2-5 p.m. FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING. TRIMMING, ONE ONLY EVERGREEN To Retire Next Year TORONTO (CP) Premier Joev Smallwood of Newfoundland said Tuesday night that he definitely plans to retire from public life "not later than December of 1971." Mr. Smallwood is here "for business reasons" and to attend a Masonic convention that ends today. "There will be a general election in the province not later than December of next he said in an interview. "I firmly intend to retire from public life and politics but I have not yet announced the dale, and Toronto certainly won't be the place for that announcement." Mr. Smallwood said hs has met here only with business people, and not with Premier John Robarts or other officials of the Ontario 25 feet high. Phone 327-7512, alter a p.m. Prefinished Plywood Panelling Richly prefin shed surfaces. Extra wide grooving for true plank effect. Choice of 3 authentic hardwood finishes. Sheets Aspenite Per Sheet Pir Sheet C Per Sheet Store Hours For your convenience! Open Thursday till V p.m. and Saturday till S p.m. Garden tractors roller-hedge trimmer fertilizer lawS aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD., 816 3rd Ave. S., Phone 327-SS'IO 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed top soil, manure Complete landscaping service. Phone 327-5856 or 327-0662. NURSES NEEDED! TOOLE COUNTY HOSPITAL Shelby, Montana 59474 HARDWARE Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER RAKES CHAIN SAW, ETC., NIGHT p.m. a-m. required for 300 bed hospital. Some conklna experience desirable. Must have grade 10 education and the ability to speak English. Apply Mrs. Hold, Personnel Officer, Letnbridfle Municipal Hospital, Lethbrfdge, POULTRY AND ROASTING CHICKENS, PAN ready. 3Jc per Ib. Friers Freshly killed, pan ready. 37c a Ib. on dozen lots. Free delivery, custom killing Hellmufh Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. PETS AND MINIATURE POODLE PUP. Registered. Phone 327-3367, after p.m. PART TIME DIETARY WORKER Evening Shift This position not suitable for a stu-tfenl. Mrs. Hold, Personnel Officer, Leth r-ridqe. Municipal Hospital, Lelhbridge, CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE adorable pels and would like to find a new home. 1216 3rd Ave. A S. BUSINESS EITHER WAY Ogopogo, the reputed monster that lives in Lake Okanagan in central British Columbia, is said to appear the same viewed from either eitdr-liko its Ave. ond St. S. Phono SHOP FOR SALE, CLARES-holm. Cheap. Must sell Immediately. 235-30331 after S p.m. at ;