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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 72 PETS AND bLACK F E Wi A L F MINIATURE Poodle, IB mofilhs old. All shots, 130. Phone W-Htt. RPGISTERED TINY TOY POODLE PUPS fOR SALF, SILVER- NINE WEEKS Ot-O, SIRED BY REGISTER-GO CHAMPION. PHONE 317-0865, AFTER 6 P.M. CHEMICALS Tenders v.-ill lie received lor the supplying cf flie following Weed Chcnv TWO YEAR OLO PUREBRED brown and while 5 printer Spaniel. Phone aig.ttW, allor 6 p.m. ?i 50 45 gallon barrels of Non-Volatile 2-4-D Amlne, wlUi Ihe proviso BRED DALMATIAN guards or show Box 109, Herald, OT tha 2nd day of May 73 TRANSPORT BUSINESSS FOR SALE. For Infcrmallon contact Ralph Transport, Raymond. of 1 he Municipal Dls-Irlct Taber No. Alberta. no SMALL BUSINESS Postage stamp vending concession. Phwie K7-S3H. Br FOR RENT OR LEASE TnuridctY, April 13, W2 THE imtBRlDGt HTWUD 19 Business loans dro Of 3LnL, Jn DEATHS SI IKK.MAN Passed ay I Halt, 50 x f1. Basement liv- ing quarlers available. 12 miles west cf Plncher, Box 575, Plncher Creek. 9759-17 IN SOUTH ERfJ ALBERTA COM- plete unH restaurant, colfee shop, licensed dining room, banquet facili- ties, large living quarters. For fur- ther Inquiries, write Box 105, Herald. ESTABLISHED W H E F. L AL1GN- nient, brake and Hre shop. Building ran be Phcne 233-3318 cr 2411, Tabor. 9M1-17 EXCELLENT INVESTMENT For those who wish revenue properly, v.'e have an immaculate year old four suiter. V.'e are open to all reason- able offers. Exclusive. Contact Dwlgh! Jorgensen, Quinton antJ Dal' I n7T Ird Ave, S. C119315 GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION BUSINESS FOR SALE Dual tar agency shsp Going ccncern in Ihrlvlng south Al- torta community. Grcss sales last year VJill consider leasing Owners vvlshina to retire. FOR PARTICULARS PHONE 627-31SB OR OR WRITE BOX 310. PIHCHFR CREEK. 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 Collet] e MaM, Phone 318-3331 widLsl latilily available. We ALL TYPES Of Special deals for homeowners at Associates II You're buying your house, you're eliqible fcr a special Homeowner Loan at'Asscciates any time you need cash. Tnat means we hn jble to give you a r.elter deal. Lower rales or Icnger terms or even both. The amount you borrow Is limited only by Ihe equity you hove in your home. 15 COO, maybe or more. So if vcu have high-Interest debts out- standing, cr if you need cash for a second car, a boat, or any other yood reason, talk to Associates about a low- Interest Homeowner Loan. See tiov, much better off you'll be Icng-term. 1014 Third Avenue South Phone 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED 75 CONTRACTS FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, wah jured, free csf You'll love and live in this rend-setling quartet. New look! Crochet city shorts or long pants of sport yarn to go with jacket, vest. Shell-stitch pattern easy to memorize. Pat. 7203: new sizes 10-12; 14-16 in- cluded. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited GO Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario in Calgary on Monday, April 10, 1372, Mrs. Ada May Sher- man al the age of <17 years, be- loved wife of Mr. Herman Sherman of Nobleford. The fu- neral service will be held on Friday al p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Mr. Dale j Ford officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cem- etery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1339 JUIIKSZ Passed away in the city on Thursday, April 13, 1972. Mr. Frank Juhesz at Hie age of 63 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Machielia Juhesz of 1110 24th St. South. Funeral arrange tnents will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C1340 I STURTEVANT Passed away suddenly in the city on Thursday, April 13, 1972, Mr. Lee Sturlevant at the age of 90 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Lillian Sturlevant of 829 Gth St South. Funeral arangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1341 ROYLE Passed away In Victoria, B.C., Monday, April 3, 1972. after a lengthy illness, lirs. Hazel Royle, beloved wife of John Royle of 642 Craigflow- Road (formerly of Leth- Born in Alta., January 1, 1910. Survivors are her husband John; daugh- ters, Mrs. D. Alien. Edmonton, and Veronica at home; four sons, Tom. Vancouver, Pat. Victoria, Bill and Tracy at home; her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ravnshorg of Ask- Alla.; two brothers, Gra- ham, Penticton, Herbert, Po- noka; sister, Mrs. Ruth Ship- mon, Heldlon, Oklahoma; two I'rarddaughters. Interment a t Hatley Memorial Gardens, Vic- toria. Donations to the Cancer OTTAWA Loans to Iv i businesses by chartered banks emiinamS j slightly in January, but the expansion in business activ- ity indicated by last year's 1 rapid growth in business loans kept, its momentum. Statistics in the latest issue of the Rank of Canada Review show chartered banks had million in business loans outstanding at the end of Janu- ary, compared with Ihe. record Sll.OtM million of December. Business loans remained at low levels throughout the de- pressed year of 1970, varying from million to mil- lion, then began gradually ris- ing in 1971 until the amount out- standing hit million in September. In the last quarter of the year, business loans outstanding than billion. ic business cent in June, 1970, dropping to j rather than to finance the cost; for every of goods sold, eight per cent in July, per of holding unsold goods. The index of industrial M01C service for Andrew Moe, brother of Mi- chael Moe of Granum who died at Lethbridge Wednesday, April 6, 1972, at Ihe age of 08 years, was held at 2 p.m. Sat- urday, April 8, 1972. in the tira- num Lutheran Church with Rev. Richard Hansen officiat- ing. Pallbearers were David Curie, A r t Havinga, Alfred, Harold and Jolui Jorgenson and Ralph P. Poolman. Interment was in the Granum Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod, was in charge oi the arrangements. cent in November, seven per cent in January, 1971, per cent in March and per cent in October. 0 I h c r economic indicators suggest tbe loans arc being used to expand productive facilities pro- At the end of 19G9, businesses jduction, which fell from 173 In had in inventories for every i nccemlxT, 19119, lo 171.8 in Dc- S10Q of shipments. At the end of comber, 1970, rose during 1971 1970, inventories were 5213 for to 5-100 of shipments. The index Is based on calcula- Tbe December, 1971, value of i lions in which 1961 production unsold stock was down lo equals 100. 'jumped, lo more than CARD OF THANKS A breakdown of tin HARGREAVES I wish to loans outstanding at the end of extend my sincere thanks and the year shows increases appreciation to my doctors, tho Sisters, nurses and staff on sec- ond main for the excellent care and atter.tion. 1 received while a patient in St. Michael's Hospi- tal. Also my thanks to Rev. King, U.C.W., friends and rela- tives for visits, cards, ami gifts. Y o u r Ihoughtfulness was a great comfort. E. Hargreaves. X5099 Rich B.C. copper sparks ivild tn VANCOUVER (CPi For] unusually high grades of copper Monday. Alton F r G i d c B f more than a week Ihe trading floor of the Vancouver Stock Exchange has been a scene of on property abating the Trans- Chester K. Millar issued addl Canada Highway some 10 miles assay results showing west of Kamloops and 155 air i tluu Ihe liole from 260 IN MEMOR1AMS HOl'KINS In loving mem- ory of Roy Hopkins, who passed to a highe'r realm April 13, 1970. Precious forever are mem- ories of you, Today, tomorrow and all life through. and Rae. Fund appreciated. 9053 C366I-II WATERPROOFING, LEAKIMG BASE. MENTS, SWIMMING POOLS, ETC.? WILL GUARANTEE ALL LABOR, MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP. PHONE amOBOJ. 993S-19 HOUDE REMODELLING AND REN- cvarions. Specialiling in kiktieri and bathroom cabinet and finishing. Cab- Inels built in my shop. Phone Y. Oishi, Stirling. 756-3387. 9943-1? C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS mer.t. Concrete equipment. Corral cleaning. Phone 1J10 ?nd Ave. S. ALUMINUM V.'INOOWS AND DOORS, NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING PHONE JONES ROOFING, 32B- 5HS. CIUMI COIICRETE WORK FENCES OR geraqes Guaranteed v.ork. Free esll mates. Phone 318-7505. RAIN BOW PAINTING AND DECOR atinc. 'Wall paper, vinyl arid spray ing. Free estimates, Phone 9711-11 my C E M E N Anderson at 1020 7Hi Ave C7377-1 GARAGE BUILDING work and stuccoing. Sorenson Construction, S. Phone walks, driveways. room, framing, fini All your remodelling small. Free estimati or 3J5-349J. PATIOS, SIDE siding. rumpu .hirtci. cupboard; needs. Ne jot FREE ESTIMATES In recreation rooms, kitchens, balh wr.5 or any lypc cf residential re ncdellinrj. You are under no olillga ADVANCE LUMBER Co. Ltd. Ctr. 7nd Ave. and 131h SI S Phone 328-3301 Pattern BIANCHINI Andrew of Ed- monton and formerly oi Hill- crest, passed away in the Ed- monton General Hospital, Tues- PUBLIC NOTICE TENDER Sealed fenders be accepted until p.m. April 35th to supply ttie fol- lowing chemicals: 10-4S gallon barrels of 2, i O L. V. Ester 9A ol- .15 gallon barrels ct '-D Amine I D L. V. Esle Matathion DO i IS-5 gallon gallon 7. of 50-0 gall Pour on Any additional Quantities, if requir snail fcp supplied al tender prices. Delivery date shall not be later than May IS, 197! The lowcsl or any tender not r.tces- sarily accepted .1 K. Duncan Secrelary-Treas County ct '.va NEARLY COMPLETE The central dietary project at (lie I-cthbridge Municipal Hospital, combining Hie kitch ens, will be completed by tbe opil of next month, LM! admimslrfltor Anfly Andrea chuk said. Tucks create a sunburst ef- ou a dress that's a joy U) wear a.m.'s and p.m.'s the year 'round. Looks great with or without a belt. Send! Printed Pattern -1667: NEW Misses' Sizes 8. 10, 12. 14, IS, day, April 11, 1972, at age 87 years. He was born in Italy, May 13, 1884 and came to Can- ada to Michel, BC. around 1910, then to Hillcrest in 1918. Al the time of his death he was a guest at the Hardisty Nursing Home, Edmonton. He was employed in he Michel and Hillcrcst mines until his retirement in 1951. He i-as predeceased by his wife Maria, in Hillcrest in 1939 and one son Modesto in Hillcrest in 1935. Survivors include five sons, Armand, John and Albert of Edmonton, Robert, Calgary, Meno, Hillcrest. and one daugh- ter, Mrs. F. (Christina) Ratko, Edmonton; 29 grandchildren, 11 great-great-grandchildren. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated, Saturday, April 15 at a.m., in Bcllevue Catholic Church. Interment in Family Plot, Hillcrest Cemetery. FAN. TIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C1337 HUNTER Passed away in 11.3 city on Wednesday, April 12, 1972, following a brief ill- ness, Mrs. Hazel May Blanche Hunter, beloved wife of Robert Cassels Hunter of 1237 B 16th Ave. S. Born in Winnipeg anil moved to Toronto in 1961 and then to Moncton, N.IJ. in 1036, the late Mrs. Hunter came to Lethbridge in 1971 where she has resided ur.fii passing. She was a life, member of the IODE. Si. Michael's Ladies' Auxiliary and Lelhbridge I Country Club. Besides her lov- ing husband, she is survived by three step-daughters, Mrs. L. II'a 1) Turcliinski, Winnipeg, Mrs. (Lorraine) Ferguson, Winnipeg, Mrs. 1'. (Susan) Rae, Toronto; three sisters, Mrs. R. (D o r i s i Younger. Winnipeg, Mrs. L. (Helen) Gun. Winni- peg, Mrs. (Wilma) Cook', Winnipeg and four grandchil- dren. A private funeral service wifl be held on Friday, April H, at p.m. in Martin Dros. Memorial Chapel. 70S 13th St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Cremation LEISTER In loving mem- ory of Anna Leister, who passed away April 13, 1971. Beautiful memories, woven in gold. This is the picture your loved ones hold. Deep in our hearts, your memories are kept. To love and to cherish and never forget. missed by her loving husband John, and family. 9937 STEWART In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, dad aji'd granddad, Jimmie Stewart, who passed away April 13, In quiet thoughts I live again tha years that used to be, So rich 'in kindness, love and care, how dear you were lo me. We carmot clasp your hand, dear dad Your face we cannot see, But let this little token Tell we still remember thee, remembered and sad ly missed by his wife Georgina and family. 9877 sectors, with the excep- tions being chemical and rubber products, electrical apparatus and textiles, leather and clo- thing. LOANS RISK Loans to chemical and rubber products ccmpanies had in- creased each year from mil- lion in 1903 million at Ihe end of 1970. They reached a peak of million in Ihe first quarter of 1971. then plummet- led lo S215 million al Ihe end of last year. For the electrical apparatus industry, lhc decline began after the 1969 peak of mil- lion, reaching million at the end of last year. There were million in loans outstanding to the textiles, 9910 leather and clothing industry, compared with million at the end of 1970. The largest increases were in bedlam with hoarse-voiced miles northeast of Vancouver. lo 9111 feet averaged 2.45 per stockbrokers striving to keep unj The area has been the site o[ i cent copper, with a frenzied rusli of trading mining exploration by a sneers-1 licio R-5 averaged per in mining stocks touched off bv sum of companies since before, cent dipper fruin -10 to 900 feel, reports of a rich copper find j the turn of the century but tha j Including 2.31 per cent from 469 near Kamloops, B.C. Afton discovery is the first huh-1 to feet. The market, steadily picking! cation of the possibility cf an I The consensus among most up strength after a pronounced I ore body in commercial grade mining men is that Afton not slump last fall, broke loose last; and quantity. I only lias an ore body but 8 po- week with trading rising to i Aflon shares, which had i tcntial mine, the size of which record levels on three succes- J traded as low as S1.45 earlier in I determined by further sive days. Volume for lhc week! (he year touched a high of 59.25 exploration. was shares, only a lit- j Monday before dosing al .le less than half Ihe 89.G million i shares changing shares traded during the entire j hands. Tuesday Aflon shares -----ii. jo to close at loans to the mining and petro- leui.i industries. At the end ol last yeas', million in loans lo mining firms were outsland- month of March. With orders pouring in from I across the country, trading ex- j active stocks arc citement reached fever pitch j generally those with properties Monday with shares changing hands, the lirst time in the Co-year history of tho Vancouver exchange that sin- gle-day Irading had topped the 11-million mark. The mounting activity brought Thomas Dohm, exchange presi- dent, hurrying back from a va- cation in Hawaii lo issue a warning to investors to cool it. "The public should be very cautious in the current specula- tive market anel obtain advice near Afton's. Granite Mountain, One geologist says one of the Aflon drilling holes with good copper grades was only 300 feet from where a major mining company had done some drill- ing in the past. For miles around the Afton nronertv, new stakes carrying shares. It Ml a high of cents and closed at 55 cents up six cents. in the Kamloops area. Trading WAS halted ami fus-1 Smith nncinnc- iccniirl rm rWirlnnir ;inri i v-r heads board pensions issued on XorUmir and White Kiver, a joint venture on a properly near Afton. about noon Monday pending approval hy the exchange uf an issue of treasury shares. The companies announced ing, compared with SJ8-1 million a year earlier. At the same lime, petroleum c .ns went up to million rom million. Since November, chartered banks have been charging inter- est of six per cent, the lowest :igure for several years, on prime business loans. The interest rate was 8Vz per before purchasing any lhc diamond drill said Mr. Dolim al Ihe close of trading Monday. TRADING EASES Apparently heeding the warn- ing, trading eased off Tuesday to shares. Cause of the excitement is assay reports indicating Afton Mines Ltd., a small Vancouver- based mining company, has dis- covered an ore body showing hole in the current series en- counlered traces of copper mi- neralization in the core from 32U feel. At last report the hole was drilling ahead at 535 feet and still in the mineralization. And what of the Afton report CARDSTON CHNS1 Tlia Cardston Fair board was re organizer! recently. Gilbert Smith was nominated to act as chairman. Keith Quinton and Mrs. Con- nie Molcak were elected lo tho offices of first and second vice- chairman respectively. Mrs. Mildred Jensen will serve as secretary treasurer [he rodeo and fair that caused all the activity? II for both was that Rotary Hole R-3 from] boards. 330 to 600 feet averaged 4.21 per The list of directors has not cent copper. yet been completed. WALKER In loving mem ory of our dear son. brother and grandson, Leslie John, who passed away April 13, 1939. It's lonely here without you son. We miss you more each clay, j For life is not the same for Since ou vailed away. Von no or.u a fare- well, Nor even saul good-bye. Yon were gone before we knew it. j oniy kr.ows why. --Loved "r.r.d sadly missed by your mcin. dad. brother i-eroy and family, and grandmothers. 18. Size 12 (bust Mi takes follow. In lieu of flowers, yards 60-inch. ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainiy PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD DRESS, and Ihe name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it lo The Herald. FREE Spring Fashion Offer Choose one pattern free from new Spring Summer Catalog. friends may donate lo the char- ity of Ihe'ir choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Fu- neral Service. Dollar value. MONTREAL fCP) U.S. dol- lar in terms of Canadian funds up 11-32 lo SO.99 21-32, Pound sterling down "i to JZ.fiO 3-16. New manager for ballet TORONTO (CP) Gerry E i d r e d. administrative director of the Manitoba Thea- tre Centre in Winnipeg, has been general man- ager of the National Uallct of j Canada, it was announced Wednesday. The appointment is effective .fitly I. A graduate of the National Theatre School in Montreal, Mr. Eldred was appointed lo his present post in He first joined the Manitoba Theatre Centre in I960 as pro- Al! sizes! Send Me INSTANT i tlurtion stage manager and also SEWING BOOK cut. fit. sew: New York