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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 7, 1972 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD 21 73 BUSYNESS OPPORTUNITIES THANSPORT f OK SALE, in ioulliorn AllrtrJa. Wrllo OtK 9J, Her.lid, (cr furlhcr inlcmiallcn. PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS NO. rsrARU'iHED v; HEEL menr, tr.ikc and lire sliop. tan Lo leosed. Phone 3S4J. Tnter. U'j'lUing rr 323- 9311-10 EXCELtniJT BUSINESS OPPORTUfJITY Htvi ecncepl In "car n mlnult" con- vcyorlicd, dutomallc, car equip- rnonl by Weslern Canadian Company. invrs'mcnt will hondle, Wrils box S3, Herald. ViSMiS f-or Ihoss who wl-h rcwcn'jc have an Immaculate yetir o'd four siiiler. We lo all roasori- Able oilers. Exclusive. Con'stl Jorgcnien, 318-6942, Qulnton and Dole Vltl., nil 3 Ave. S. CI193-10 Mai KOO7ENAY LAKH, fl C. elai cl COUNTY OF- LUTHDRIDGC 13 Street South, l.clhbrhjyc Lc.hcoL LiCrary Supplies, rl Sujiplici, Aid Supplier. il for Hie belied Equipm No. 14 HIli Slrctl v.eil or any ccep'cO Tin- andi of I tic unit mold, reild'jrdnl, lining Ail fully uicJtrn en lour tided rr bid hrmd in tf arnount cf ten cor cent (10 per cent) will a I 1he der-ianed rn, Noon, llfh, 197? en Thai (ird described as" fallcv-s: Tr-i Wts1 Qu-irte: (f Speller Tv.enlv Thre? To.'.nship FTevm (11) Thlrlv Cfl) cf fhe Mtrirlliin in Ihn Province cl ;.lr--rla ccn'-iir'rg One Ikr.drcd Eiijhleen HID seres tr Lwia'ed in n- ict-nl fcolhlMs E5 miles rf Calgary watered by Mowing springs or.d a rippling cret-H, htre is n rare to iicqUKC nre cf Ihe finest 'mall ranches In Mi-crlo. Bui le! small -ilw foot YCU, Irtls can a fcol working trill. fl qiiBrtcr seel Ten cl prime a rail no lean; n'ua a foreslry fcr 400 1 onin-Bl units qcci if subject To the dedded ccrrals v.hde pi Thh ranching Ihe pirjr. kepi It r-( Ha Now Intact when set This fcclfilU1 rlified Cfit ice ice is pay Bet MT Clarcshclrr he ,uif be accampa of' heart o' d by en? cf trip who retired because Andrew, away in Lctlibrklgc 011 Wctlnes- dr.y, April 5, 1972, at age GO years. lift came lo Oinaiia from Norway in 1925 and tins resided iu Hie Granurn district until the lime of his passing. Survivors include Uvo brothers. Mikal Mcc, Granum, lloy Moc, Florida; three sisters, Jcorgine, Juctrun nnd MariL, all in Konvay; also several nieces and nephews in Norway. Fu- neral services he hold in (he Lutheran Church, Granum, Saturday, April 8 al 2 p.m.. Rev. Richard H arisen officiat- Interment Granum Ccme- lery. Kuncral bv EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. CI226 Martin Bros. Lid., Direc- tors ot Funeral Service, was in nf tlic cl Ihe nd Sclicilw Alberts Funeral service for Oregon' K. Wright, beloved husband of Patricia D. Wright of Provo, Utah, who died sud- denly near Boise, Idaho, Wed- nesday, March 29T at the age of 23 years, held at 1 Monday, Apiil 3r 1972, in I lie Alberta Stake Chapel. Cardslon, willi Bishop K e e d Z e m p officiating. Honorary pallbearers wprc Don Quinton. Drian Pilchcr, Hob Wolff, ami Bob Hull Active pallbearers were Dean Coombs, Gary Mrs. Slohoda elected Alpha, Rpsilon recently field its clcc- i tlon of officer.1; at tlic homo of I Mrs. Donna Warnock of 1 Itinni. Tltc new president is I P IL e o n o Slohoda of 1 Vice-president is Mrs. Con- i nic Kliason of Wrontham: rcc-1 urdinf; secretory, Mrs. Tonna J W a r n o c k, WrciUham; cor- rcijioncliiig s c c r c tnry, Mrs. Gladys Warner; Irca- siirer, Mrs. n u n n y Enns, extension officer, Mrs. Bobbi KllioLt, Warner, The new officers be in- stalled at their first meeting in May. Pa Hern Defimcl bank liquidator gels orders TKDESCO In loving mem- ory of a dear wife and mother. I.-iLbMla Tcdcaco. passed away April 7. 1SG9. So m-.inv things have happen- ed Since you were called away. So many Ihlngs to share with you, Had ycu been left lo stay. If love cculd have j-aved YOU WINNIPEG (CP) The' liquidator of (lie defunct Bank of Vi'csleru Canada was or- ypj-lorday lo pay out the remaining 53 million in assets, j i he-Id in a special fund since I Ihe bank was wound up in 1907. I Original shareholders who j brought (rustce subscription certificates for each carl- i ier received about 9r> per cent of their investments back bul j EICI1UOT1N al Coaldale Passed on Wednesday, [urlhe- Inlorma'ion (all or v a) CAC REALTY LIMITED cs A Subsidiary cf Canadian Accepf Corpora! [on Lid. Collerj" Shcpplnn l.elhbrldgc. Alberta 32E-23B1 of ch lender O-.s-ni-r ;ervps icct. Mrs. Lcis R. Lyon Secrelary-Trcasurer Village cl Baronr, Albcrla. D. G. Walhieu Ccrisullina bnfi'nfering 7135 Flinl Roa'rt 5.F. C.ilgary 27, Altcrl.1. ;e rigM to rcjecf any I 1h? lender Ihe pro You do L-fUer nictncy frc. ilh rcpla 75 CONTRACTS FHLD STEINER CFiUENT V.'ORK, eld hisnmcnls ilL'o, wilcr prcaling. In- sured, free Phore J EQUIPMENT RENTALS levelinq. equip- ncrcle equipment. C O r r n I Phone 37B-WS 1410 2nd WfcT CALL SOUTHERN Concrele Service. J2S-47fii ALUMINUp'A WINDOWS AND DOORS, MO r.'.AINTENArVCE NO CHANG- ING. PHOWt JONES HOOHNG, 3JE- CONCRETE FEMCKS OH narArjes. Guflrenleed v.ork. Free rsli- mates. Phone ZlB-i-iM, 94TC-JMY GARAGE BUILDING C E E TJ T v.ork And stuccoing and Sorenion Construction, 1070 7lh Ave. S. Phcne C737MI GARAGES, FENCES PATIOS. SIDE- v.aks, sidJng, runipi-s rconi, Iram'ng, cupboards. All remcdellinq needs. KJo job loo small. Free csflrn.llos. Phone 31fiMS7 3J5-3-193. (S17-I9 MO SFCRET FORMULA TO RICHES. Jusl an honest opporlunity for gccxl intoine, earning tommlsiions on s to bLJiiness, industry and Insliluli Lira inclirdei roof coalinfii, ehomicalj nnd cleaners. 67 year old AA-l (i Full linr.e preferred. bu1 r p.irl lime. reply Consolidated Paint and Varnishj (Can- ridrtl L'd., Dept. DR-1, P.O. Box iV-onlreal Norfh, Quebec. ADO ESTIMATES pealic.n rooms, fcifchens, ir any lypc cl resirlen ig. You are under ADVANCE LUMBER Co. Lid. Cic. 3r.rt Avc. a-.d I3in st Phone PUBLIC NOTICE COUNTY OF FORTY MILC NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA FARM FOR SALE Tenders v.-ill be Acreplrd UTI unlil o'clcrk rmn cn April 1-ilh, 1973 fcr he purchaie of nil or any of the fol- owlng parcels ol land tr. any R.E A. r.r Gas Uens 81 o' the date ol cf 3JS April 5, 1972, Ronald, age years. Born at Taber, August 21, 1M7, he received his cclucn- cain 10 days after tjon jn (jrassy Lake School, He attended NA1T, after which he had recently purchased the E-C Service Centre in partner- ship with Mr. Michael Cland- i field. Survivors are his mother, j Mrs. Elliel Eichhom, Grassy Lake: one brother, G e raid, Sherwood Park; two sisters, Rosalind and Patrica of Lclh- hridge; Grandmother, M r s. Ida Conrad of Taber. Funeral services will he hold in the Grassy Lake Community Hall I on Saturday. April 3 at 2 p.m., I svith Ilcv. Kcimctli Morris of- 1 delating. Inlermenl will follow i in the Taber Memorial Gar- SYDNEY, Australia (AP) riens. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL A price fare war is being waged j HOME LTD., Taber, in charge. by international airlines operat- C122o ing into Australia. The latest move has been lha slashing by 38 per cent of a one-way economy fare on the major passenger route between Wright. Elwyn Hull, Jim Kirk- j never ivould have died, Patrick, Don Yuill, Tony and j So maiiy times I cried Brian Draper and Bernard As it broke my lo lose Hull. Interment was in tlic j Cardslon C e m el cry. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- i vice, was in charge of Ibe ar rangcmcnts. you. I Iricd liard to save you the S3 million had been held i Wrap. tic. presto: She's pending resolution of court dis- dressed Co and piny, pules about its ownership. Mom. daughters love kind Mr. Justice R. J. Matas of! of split-scccrnl Choose Court of Queen's Bench order- gay collons k oi.'in-- for But God willed it not to he. ed thai SI 4 million plus inter-j ironing. In tears 1 watched you suffer est be paid lo Canadian Fi- And slowly fr.dc away. nance and Investments Ltd. of Winnipeg, and Hie remaining amoui.t of approximately SI 2 Price fare I war waged GAUON AL Fort Macleod, Tuesday, April 4. 1972, Lydia Emma, beloved wife cf Mr. G. Garoii, High River, beloved Sydney" and London. The P.ire mother of a son. Joey borne. was cut from M13 lo i Also survived by three Property 111 milts and one mile North il Pklure Bulle, Alter la Buildings are nnd tele- TeacJers, both for caih and cn f 7 per cent inlercsl be F3ch render must be accompanied by a ccrlifrcd cheque, bank dralt, cr money o'cfcr mode payable fo the Farm Credit Ccrpcralion Ier in of Iric amounl o( Inc tender and The move was spearheaded Mrs. Adnlgitn Bertuccioli, and Mrs. Olympia Finotti, hoth of iciy I bv Australia's international air- .MAGYAR Requiem mass (or Coaldale rusidcnL G a b o r Gabriel Magyar, beloved hus- band of the late Mrs. Anna j Magyar who died in the city Thursday, March 30, after a brief illness at the age of 72 years, was said am. Tuesday in the Assump t i o n T> I Parish Church with Rev. Me-j S.J phen Molnar officiatuig. Active palllwarers were John Marcin- ko, Alex Gyorfi, Jr., Joe Milder. Alex Bodic: Jr., Ed An- drokovich and Steve Trencan- sky. Honorary pall hearers' were Alex Bodic, Alex Gyorfi, Sieve Szaniszlo, Dan Vladar, Joe Marclnko, John Milcter, John Reli. Gus Sehok. Julius Kark, Mike Ti-eneansky, Louis Racz nnd Rudy Habijanic. In- terment was in Ihc Mount Cal- vary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Lid., Directors of Funeral Service. You may have passed away But yon still live in my heart. God alone knows how much I; ton Ltd. of Toronio. miss ycu. j remembered by her j loving husband, Donienico i Twlcsco. Printed IJ. Size G takes yards Scinch. Canada names line, Qantas. in an effort to Lyon, France and Mrs. Joe Ih? boIa the purchise price shall The on his ov.i antl idgc al Ihp la'm and not cn the above or any oiher carlicii'ars cr represen- tation! rr.ade verbiiiiy or In writing cninlnyccs of Ihc Farm Credit Cor- poration. An r.flcr lo purchase mua! be made cm a frrm obtainable (rcm the Farrn Crcdil Corp Ihp Corporalirri lo menl. Trie dfpoiil c forfeited by h? reluses to t filler I a shall te rpiurn. Ihc cffice ol fd arfy hy i 10 per hercr.1. Trig hiqhesl necessarily accepr- combnl cheap charter flight fares and win back passengers. Other airlines responded quickly to Qanlas' challenge. Pan American nnd BO AC an- nounced matching fares within hours of the Qantas announce- ment March 30. Alitalia, Lufthansa, Philippine Airlines and Malaysia-Singapore Airlines have since joined and some have gone further than Qantas. The fare started at Christmas last year when Qan- tas announced a Sfl-10 economy return fare lo London, com- parer! to Mic former Sl.iite fare This wns matched hy other air- lines. AIT tenders shall be velope adiireised l pcrolion, JM Chfln Ion 15, AILcrfa, A J45-2JJ. in sealed en- m Credit Cor- Hall, Edrnon arked Tender A7B V. 197? Dissel Dieicl Fuel fo tw detivercf tin. 7 fir Grt'.olir delivered lo Ihe Fnrtrr.t'.l. tflnd And ManyterriM vcd by p.m Gaso- I nnil Crp.irc ro cfeliverrd lo Dc.v And its PuHlc V.'crks nalicns DioitV FucT, 40. :ns No. 1 Gasoline, JIO Ouarfs I icncc flor-rovwr, )2M Quarli 'CO oailtxii DS (Die R ON FUFL ATJD r And Oil sepjj-ately arvd PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS NOTICE TO TENDER il Icr Ihp yr-nr tnly la cnf- 3n e-clL'Jv? COn CCS I nXc-i ProvniciAl Park 'PI ol Ndnlcn, Building permits dip CALGARY (CD During flic lliruc mouths this year tlifi city has issued huikling pcr- inils for ronsLruclicm at million. The vnltic of planned building was from million in Ibe same last year hut 74 iMria. The leitl shall icr out tna tollo.v- rn Ihe Bid- der's propusi: (1) Tiie rental offered fcr Irve year 197J; Cl) Trip dales on Ihp bidder (3) The number tf days pf v-esk Ih.ll hO will cporfllf; Tfie daily hours of operation; 15) The type or concessions and The iULLGisful lentlcrcr will have to supply hii o'.vn builtlmn or mobile available in ih? park lo powar supply j and ol inlo Ihe park for Ihe period ot during v.hich he il operating ennipinn will applirnolc. ic hidcicr must wilh hi-; Lakes PrcvintiAl on Ino fr.- velcps jidrfresrro "The1 Dlrnclcr of P.irks, Buildlr.q. FTfli-ncnlon Tcncfers ir.q Itiii flllcr p m. Friday, April 71, 1973, will not be flcceplfd for The or any render will not the value o[ honsin'' ttaits rose1 lo SM..1 million from mil- lion. Aparlmont construction was clown to S5 million from 13 million and office building was only compared w i I h S5.3 million. EDMONTON' UP Meanwhile at ICdmonlon, ttoo value of building permits is- sued during the first L h r c e months this year was almost (Ii-ma) Fnbbri, I.clbbrirlffe, and lirotber, Angclini, Van- couver. Friend and parisbicn- ers may rneel for prayers, Sun- day, April 9 at p.m., from St. Frances de Sales Homan Catholic Church, High River. Requiem Mass will be cele- brated. Monday, April 10, at 11 from SI. Fraces rie Sales. Interment iu Iligluvood Cemetery. If desired, donations may be made fo the St. Fran- cis de Sales Building Fund, care of Father F. Verhagen, Hieli River. SNOUGHASS FU- NEHAL, HOME LTD., in Chanrge of arrangeracnls. 9568-S .SIHAY Passed away in Ibe city on Wednesday, April 5. 1372, following a lenglhy ill- ne-ss, Mrs. Harhara Siray, at Hie age of 70 years, of Sbaug- nessy, beloved wife of Ihe late Mr. Andrew Siray. Bom in Ilun- rjary m 1901, lha late Mrs, Siray came fo Taher in 1025. She mr.v- cd lo Shangnessy in 1S3S and ha resided there ever since. is survived hy Ihrcc sons, Messrs. Louis Sirny, Nobleford, Leslie Siray, Ik'llcvue, John Siray. Dawson grand children and one brother, Sieve Cnomn of Dnnn- Sl'.j prodsc-j.'o- ccl by lur husband in 1SS5. Prayers will be said on Friday, (to-nighl) at p.m. in -Mar- tin Bros. TRADITIONAL 1 million ho paid lo York Lamb- AXXE ADAMS. Kron'. Si. V... Toiunlo Pi-in; PATrKRN' NUM- EKR. YOUR NAMK AND AD- DRKSS. and Ihc name of the j Lethbridfje llcrj.ld. DO NOT JOAS delegation u i.oraW. FHEE Spring Fashion Offer OTTAWA (CP) The firs! Choose cue pattern (roc from Canadian lo the gen- new Stiring Summer Catalog. eral assembly o[ the Organiza-! All sizes! Send 50c INSTANT lion oi American Slates was an-: SEWING BOOK cut. fil. sew nouncci! today j modern way. SI .00 NSTANT Allending Ihe April 11-20 as- FASHION BOOK 1 sembly in Washington will be: wear answers. 51.DO. Paul St. Pierre, parliamentary-----------------------' serrotary to External Alfaiis MONTREAL. (Cl dian Pacific Ltd s nual report that better liusiness coiulilions and improved opc'i'a- tions in suhstantinlly higher company earnings in 10TJ. CP Hail was able to take ad- vantage of an upswing in the economy in the last half of the Minister Mitchell Sliarp: A. J. Lana- s'jt S f ays in its an-! ambassador to (llllil II tiie Netherlands; Mow, pointing first half which was marked liy unusally severe win- weather, wovk stoppages and a strike throat." director of Lhc Latin American! divi.sion of external affairs; H. I Showman, interim Canadian' permanent observer lo the OAvS; and S. E. Gcocli of the Latin American division. I Canada was accrediled Feb. 2 as a permanent observer Lo the OAS. I Missing 13 net earnings of S75.5 million ngs o mon t f l share In 1071, com- WCCK I OU1HI CARD.OF THANKS MURRAY We would like company reported March lo thank our many friends for the kindness shovvn In us during our recent bereavement in Lhe loss of our mother anil grand- moLlier. Mrs. Blanche Murray. Our special thanks to the doc- tors and nurses at St. Mich- ael's: to Kev. Crislield and Fa- ther Field for their words of nnt) js continuing lo make ex-. four men aboard were dead. or S1.01 a pared with SG5.7 million or Ii7 cenls in liic nrcvious vear. ST. THOMAS. Out. (CP) A Rail freight revenues werp 16-year-old cirl today found the up S30.G million or nine per, wreckage of a missing Piper ccnl. Cherokee aircraft in a field "Although CP Air has made seven miles west of here. All comfort and for the many flor- al Iribulcs and cards of sym- pathy. and Fred Keiver and family Adeline and Basil Everin and family. 05s; IN MEMOR1AMS MEMORIUMS TED F SCO Iti lovinp, mom- ory or n dear mofhcr and grand- molliar, wlio pnsscil away April i 7, no riocisiou lias i Manda Uarcsich of nearby bccjl made Lo adit wide-bodied, Shedden found three bodies in aircraft to its jet the re- the wreckage and one lying port added. some distance from Ihc impact "There appears to be litlle point. economic juslification for these The single-engine plane vas aircrafi for the time being be- piloted hy Windsor tC'achcr Tim- cause of unused capacity in the otliy 20, and airline induslry al present." carrying Harold Derbyshire. j Joe Cross, about -to, and Paul r Wilkinson, 20, all of Leamitif.'- Ion. j It was missing on a flight i early Wednesday from Drace- bridge lo Windsor. Soviet-Canadian I Her nipmcry In is our greatest slic will live DO (I ISC IISS our hearts forever. roineinlxTCd by Marfc. Edith airl family, TEDESCO In lovinp mom- on Saturday al a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Ilcv. Father Vincy O.M.I., cjlobrant. Inlcrmcnt will follow iri the family plol, Mount Calvary section, Moun- million more than Ihc same tnin View Cemetery. Friends period in 1971. i nlay respects at Mar- City planning dcpnrlmcnt fi-; Dros. T H A I) I TIONAL gnrcs showed permits valued; 312 3 Avenue S. iit S4l.77li.MO were issued dm-i (Courtesy parking al Ihe rear: passed away April 7. Peaceful bo Ihy resl dear mother. It is sueet lo breathe thy name: In life loved you dearly, In dcalh wo do Ihc same. ed Al- Judy and familv. 9S62 ing (he first quarter of 1972 MOSCOW (APi A Canadian d e 1 e p; a t i o n led by James Grandy, deputy minisler for in- dustry and trade, is in Moscow (n talks on renewal of the i Soviet-Canadian Irado agrco- I menl. j A Canadian embassy official lei-mod Ihc talks routine, noting Ihat Ihc Iradc agi'ecment docs nol include Cnnadi.-m sales to Ihc Soviet Uninn, i arc negotiated bv the Canadian 'Board. The agreement. Initi- aled in has been extended for .subsequent Ihrec.year pe- riods since. There was no im- medinte indication how long Ihe opening round of talks would last. Add dash 'n' lo scp- 1 aratcs ilh this nc set. POT1IOI.I1KR J1FFVS! Cro- cl'rf-t loin -1 squ.'.vcs for cenli-e -I for IB for bag. colors nf Pattern TOM: IIKC.INA (CP) The Sask-; bag, vest atrhewan Water Supply Iloaid has nm a deficit of Sl.S mil- Wai or hoard in llie red S K V F T y-FIVK CENTS icniiis' fcr tno ;uld 1.3 cents fur p'lttern for first-class mailinc and handling to lion in its five years of opera- tion The board's annual report labled in Ihe legislature showed Ihe heaviest loss occurred last TUT; year when there was n deficit Headers Mail of SrlOO.OM, of Ihat [.'KJUT sirert through depreciation and inter-I Toronto i. Ontar-' csl charges. The current liabilities of SI.S ____ million includes S750.000 in ac- crucd interest. S-lirp.OOO in sink- ing fmtd due and in due temporary ad- compared is- of the Chapel) phone 328-2361. I ADMIT In loving memory The Soviet delegation is led vallccs sued hy the end of March last (Ors of Funeral Service, year. MARTIN DUOS. LTD., Dircc-I a dear wife, molhcr IJly Klizabeth I I by Alcxei Manzhulo, depuly fo minislcr. I MIXED FEKI.IN'CiS STOCKHOLM (AP) An ex- perimental program for dealing wilh drunks that suhslihltes "hotel-atmosphere" cells for typical jail accommodations has incl with mixed success. A po- lice report said a third of iho drnnks were, another third expressed tivc and the final i third demanded to be taken i hack to (heir olo! cells. Deaths Yesterday Tly TI1K CANADIAN I'RKSS Donlovv, 71, Hollywood's movie tongli j guy of the. 1930s, in hospital cancer, Chai'les Edward Itiley, B9, dean emeri- tus of Ihc Anglican Diocese o( Toronto. I Admit, who awry Apri I9M. left memories to hlossom Bearing fruit for years to come. Enroll 24 Cubs NATAL (HNSI A special Ml'SIC C1SITIC WORCESTER. Mass. (AP) As pianist liichard Casper! evening for Ihe Sparwuoci Cuh his concerl wilh a Hce-i p.-ick was held recently when thriven sonata, the chattering of 5.1 Cnbs were enrolled along In the lives of Lhosc who lov- a bat hipli above his head ac-, w'ith live leaders. cd you Precious memories of days that arc gone. remembered by her husband Waller, Waller and fanu'les and sister-in- law Lillian. OM1 j companicd Ihc mnsic. Wlien Casper moved on to a Chopin Scoutmaster Mike Paskovich cmuluclcd the invcstituve dur- piece, the hat quit its accom-1 ing which Gordon .Tangula was paniment. A spokesman said invested as Akela overlones of Ihe Beethoven Invested as leaders were music apparer.tly touched the bat's elaborate sound wave sen- sory .system. Belly Ilcalherington, Carol Rac, Joan Thies and Helena Samsonoff, AGTT DIAL BEFORE CM I. AGT'S CAB1 F IOCATICN IN ADVANCE DIAL "0" (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 (toll free, of course) ;