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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 75 CONTRACTS WET (JASEWEim? CAV.L SOUTHERN I Concrete Service. Phcne Jy ALUMINUM WINDO'WS DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG. ING, PHONE JONES ROOFING, 228- v C1936 If CONCRETE WORK FENCES OR garages. Guaranteed work. rnaies. Phone Juca Jmiera GARAGE BUILOIIiG C E M E U 1 v.'or k stuccoing, Andar'cn and Soi-enwn IC20 7th Ave. 5 Phone C7377 H FREE ESTIMATES On recreallcn rooms, kitchens, modelling. You are under no IUMBER Co. Ltd. Cor. 2nd Ave. an6 llth Sf. S. DEATHS FUNERAL SIRAY Passed away in CA.MI-.KON Funeral sur- LeUibriUgc on W c tl n e s d a y, j vice for Duncan Cameron, who April 5, 1972, Mrs. Barbara Si- I died March 3U. 1072, was held ray, at the age of 70 years, of at p.m. Tuesday, April 4, j (lie Edith Cavcll of Nursing j nessy, beloved wife of the late Mr. Andrew Siray. Funeral ar- r ents will I >e ann ounectl 1972, in Eden's Funeral Home, PinchcT Creek, with llev. K. Jordan ofli elating. Pallbearers were Doug Allison, i 1 ti a m Crook, Vcrn and Dale; Dennis, w ki e n completed. MARTIN James and Hill Simpson. Inier- 1 BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- menl was In the F.iirvicw Crm- ncral Service. PUBLIC NOTICES IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MACLEOD li the Estate of HENRY SHARP- LES, lal MOK Andrew, passed away in Lelhbridgc on rlny, April 5, at age (tf years, lie came to Canada from Norway in 1025 anil has resided in the Granum district until the lime of his passing. Survivors include two brothers, Mikal Mce, Granum, Roy Moe, Florida; three sisters, C119S j elery. Eden's Kuneral Home I.UL, Directors of Knneral Ser- vice. was in charge of tlie ar- LES, lale of Claresbolm, AibCJ-ta, who i liirlnm -inri -id iitd on 1he 701h day of Jznuary, 1972.1 JlKULin ami Aiaill, Ml TAKE NOTICE ail persons hav- in Norway; also several nieces TIJ uptn the Estate erf the above js1 file with 1hc undersigned Sclicifors by 1he filh day cf Mny, a full ilalcmcnf cf fhelr claims antf of held hv !hem. MESSRS. PRITCHARD, HIGA AND DORAS No. 202, 740 4lh Avenue Soulh, Lethbfidqe, Alberta Soldiers (or Ihe Fxetufrice1 and nephews in Norway. Fu- neral services he held in TENDERS the Lutheran Church, Granum, Saturday, April 0 at 2 p.m., Rev. Richard Hanscn officiat- ing. Interment Granum Ceme- tery. Funeral arrangements tit) j Ijy EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. rangements, CARD OF THANKS ISAItVA I would like to thank all my friends anti rela- fives for visiting me during my i recent in St. Michael's] Hospital and also for all th3 wonderful flowers, gifts and Thursdoy, April 6, !972 THE tETHBRIDGE HERAtD 21 Biisg's famed Alan in io lead ilgll gudgOl trade group tossed a wav NEW YORK (API Sir Ku- OTTAWA fCP) Thc Cana- dian delegation to the third United Nations conference on trade and development opening T1. i UiUU. ,1 u Uolf liing, ,0. rcliniiK at the end Santiago. Chile, will Hue trviwnn jm -'I''11 _'' of this season as Rcijcral HW.I- ,R1 j bv Marlillt Bovcril. ager of the Me ropohtan menl -n the Rcnnle says he has thrown away Ins laugh machini1. Ami lie adds that, although he may be consi- dered by some a tyrant, ho ac- tually tias become mellow. The (anions Hing chine, which he kepi on his Senator Martin is expected to rut urn after the opening period of Lhi> six-week conference and Canada's ambassador lo Venc- S- Mcl'luiil. will tnko over the leadership of thc dele- cards received. A special thanks; to the doctors and nurses i for their excellent, care attention. Clara Barva. ARMS CACHE Arms and ammunition, including eight side arms, two automatic rifles and several ammunition clips, !ay on the table ot Montreal Police headquarleri after they were seized following a bomb blast in the Cuban trade centre here. uiians chicled is your ask for a raise families. Among subjects lo bo arc ,hc international Rudolf said an interview svslem aild access Of Bui the battery ran nown and tounlrics to markets he brew A away. industrialized nations. j This summer, tho Mnt will no- _______ ____ gut late witli IJ unions rqjrc.soni ing its various employees ami. Sir Rudolf said, "raises fire j latching matter at the menl." 1 Thc last negotiations, thrrc years ago, deadlocked and thu 1 house opened the week attui Christmas instead of the middle of September, i Pattern 7054 COULDN'T FACn IT i "It's really the main reason why, a year ago when it was OTTAWA (CP) Plenty of i bad habits on to their cholesterol in diets by trimming suggested to me that 1 should IN MEMORIAMS (public information is available courny OF IETHBRIDGE r-ro. u 3M IJ Soulh, Uthbfidse Sehocl Supplies, Library Supplies, Art Suppiifs, Aid Supplies. The of No, It, invHos tcTlfru fcr the supply the Sthccl and fronn 1ho tryjnly Office, 214 13fh Streel Soulh, Lc-thbr idije. The lowest or any tender nc-ecssarHy accepted. Ten- ol Ihe Apri fate i thar MEHKDE.Nf In loving mem- fory of a dear husband, father C1199 i grandfather, George, who hy the County Offk TRHUIER April 4th, 1372 at Tabcr, Alta., Mr. Keinhold (Ron) Trciber, beloved lius- Ijand of Mrs. Martha Treiber of W rent ham. Alia., and dear fattier of Mrs. Hoy 'cars zgo on and mother. The funeral ser- Lcthbridgc, and CITY OF tETHBRIDGE TENDERS RENTAL OF EQUtPMENT TO LOAD AND KAUt GRAVEL FROM STOCKPILE Sealed lender-, clearly marked en the envelop a; 1o will received a! the Olfke the Purchasing Agenl, Ci'v Sic res 260 5th Streel North, Letrbrtdrjc, AlWrta unfil 3 '.00 p.m., S T. WO f! DAY, APRIL 17, 1972 (or list rtnlfll c-quipmer.f 1o load ar.d haul from stockpile. Plsris and Specifkatlcni may be ob- tained at tnc Office of th Agent Uiwn a ilBMiit of a Fift CS50.M) CtrlHied C rc-lunJtd c-i the return cf the dec- ider the official ago on April (i, 1970 at This year, Canadians aro my sister, Sn- being by a new rice will be held Friday, wlm passed away ten p o s t a g e stamp tliat "Your p.m. at St. Peter's Luther- aoQ' heart is your health.11 an Church, Medicine Hat, Rev. Erwin Buck assisted by Rev. S. Schocpp. Interment in these focxls were used np. j checks. arts management and that sort 'If one works heard at pliysi- i The foundation is considering Oj areas which 1 fancy my.self: cal labor, it doesn't matter too trying to find out why people Just a prayer from those who j Bui Canadians are weak loved you about applying the knowledge Just a memory fond and true. ifty nollnr which will Treasurer. City ol not less ihar It-en (U) di, ing cf serds'i Each nil by a rcrtifi'd c'rtc, ol fh? price and a Con- sent of Surety Farm (or Perform- ance Guaranlce Ocnd described in Spedlicsticns. A bend in 1ha amount ol cf the lotal ten tier sum will fcc required of ths successful tenderer for Ihe faithful per farm cf the contract. The lo'.vei' cr any tender not tsrlly accepted. W. Poflfih FARM FOR SALE Tend er s w 1! I a ccepl ed up u ntn n o'clock en April Hth. 177! for rhn pure ha it c! sll or any of Ihe fol- lowing parcels of land subject lo any R.E-A. cr Gss Liens as cf Ihe dale cf rehase- -2l V of which ere is located approximately 3'> miles ar.d cnc mile North of Picture Bu11e. Alberfa. Builcfing; Power tele- phone inslallcri. Tender. bo1i> lor cash and on terms at 7 ppr cent v.-ill be consider. ed Each render must be accompanied by e cerlified cheque, bank draft, cr money cbie Bunker as a typical working stiff, the Teamsters Union says "the average worker is no dingbat." "For some reason the writ- ers of those bhous decided the (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please i add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing ami special handling. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Kosygin heads red delegation lo Baghdad MOSCOW (Renter) Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin wilJ leave here Thursday for Bagh- dad at the head of a govern- ment and Communist party del- egation, informed diplomatic sources reported. There was no official Soviet announcement of the visit, first reported by the Iraqi n e w s agency, but it came amid signs of a Soviet drive to improve lations with Iraq, whose ruling Baath party once anathema to Hie Kremlin. Kosygin would he thc first So- viet premier to visit Iraq. about He will lose the job Ihis year when Ihe OWRC is as- similated into the. department of the environment. Mr. Root said the re- ferred to by Mr. Breithaupt was the salary of Don Collins, tlie former OWHC chairman and now deputy minister of trade and incUistry. In Ihe house, Mr. Breithaupt j produced a five-page showing members S'lid he received a salary of average worker is a dingbat Readers Mail Limited more than a little M Front Street West dumb, a committed racist and Toronto 1. Ontario most of all, very i the union says in its new pub- j lication. Focus. Boll Kasen, editor of Focus, says many of the two million Teamsters ancS members of other unions resent it. Archie Bunker, cliief char- i actcr in the weekly television i show All in the Family, is p o r t r a y e d as a slob-typo worker in a blue-collar job lhat is never quite defined. He calls his wife "dingbat." iiis re- ceive additional revenue for sitting on government bodies, j s 0 n -i n -1 a w makes racial and ethnic slurs 1 nml likes President Nixon. Kasen says there is increas- ing irritation among workers about the Bunker image and references in Unitec! Slates newspaper columns to "thc Archie Bunker vote." Deaths Yesterday By TUB CANADIAN I'HKSS Speck, Windstorm kills six persons VANCOUVER. Wash. (APi A violent windstorm lashed this Wednesday by the legis- southwcslcrn Washington city inlm.c AI'PHOVHS AMENDMENT JUNKAU (API -Alaska has heroine the lllh slate lo ratify thc proposed constitutional amendment guaranteeing equal rights for women. If was ap- Wednesday, killing three women j6, and three small children ai a mayor of Mississauga, Ont.] shopping centre and injuring' three months after undergoing a about 300 persons. heart transplant operation. Thc storm d e m o 1 i s h e d a grade school where about including federal shall te in sealed fn- 1o Farm credit Cor- oora'fic-. Chancery Hall. Edmcn- 15 AJherta. and marked Tenrfer AM youngsters, said John Karas, end of Ihe fiscal year. Mcnado, northern Celebes, to fine levied memorandum dean of men at the high school. Earlier. Ontario. Prince I J4 is addressed to tho ward Island and Alberta passengers on board, purchasing and supply depart- i.n, J. "The high school kids were for wirelapnillg '''Jackor wanted lo go to imcnt'in Churchill and s atc5 announced thay would operate at J oh n magnificent .they dug at Ihe JOB akarta in central .lava. deficits because of sharply ns- n 11 -.n liriti.i, wall with their bare hands and Hughes II a 11 e I t. 70. British weeks ago in the Manitoba Ice- Floyd Crowder, 73. who won od_wr killed when their car baseball games demolished bv tlie wind in udgel rcprcsenlatins islature. at which lime imlus- i try Minister Leonard K vans TOI10XTO (CP) Richard; Grange, 27. president of Cana- dian Driver I'ool Ltd., and To-i AlllfM'f'l rnnto police Constable Barrv: Chapman, 32, were fined each Wednesday for conspiracy rljlrt. -llt fj involving a wiretap at a union! US HI iiendcjuaiters. They were convicted a week, HOT SPRINGS, ago on the charge which carries B c (CP) _ A a maximum sentence of Iwo I boy from Alterta on holiday ears. i in the area drowned in thc termmed by lowest tender. and gift taxes already have V Wednesday's decision is be- public swimming pool at Ihis I Evans also said Federal been introduced and no new j v a n s m llinn or nearlv Mi per cent of which spanned store's lot. said he had been assured by the' the and 1930s with Wash- A mother and her voung soi federal government that (l h' ington, Detroit and St. I.ouis. v.ere crushed to death'insidc ih nlnrf ,1......____ T 1 V t.'C I .Inlin I nblnnro t lieved lo he thR first in Canada for conspiracy rein ting to wire- tripping. There iio specific ping contracts for dry cargo NO NTCtt" TAXKS through Churchill would be f Vancouver. icson had assured him all bulk income lax will be raised be- The body of Warren Follis of shipping for Kcowalin and some cause of federal tax reform. antl publisher of Ihe daily Delta wiretapping law. although one. Caroline, Alta., was recovered other central Arctic communi- The former provincial rate (if 3Fi j .....reeled through per ccr.t of (lie liasic in- has been given first reading in I from Ihe hy n lifeguard i lies would he di Parliament and is expected to hut attempts lo revive Ihe hoy i Hie Hudson Bay whon th" nam collnpy i tne Jtucison tJay port as hccn the case in thc past, has i come tax ieent rise to -II.o per 77, former Prince nounced late Wednesday it had} problems when iiolicn seek- Edward Island Suprcinr cowrt tlie storm was nn tho criminnl Palnipr "rcc- justice, of a heart alljirk. I intense lluindor squal. I Mm, new S-iring Summer Catalog. All S-.-nd .We INSTANT SF.WING HOOK cut. fit. sew modern way. SI.M NSTANT FASHION ROOK wear answers, ;