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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Ausjui, M, THE IETHBKIDOI HWA16 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES RESTAURANT If loulhtrn Alberts fo- rt nd golntj concern SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "List wilh I ho Leodor" Multiple 11 si Ing Service WEAR S1ORT, T tif 327-6335. Jjirths, aUecttlis, Of own ElljaUlh DeArrr Verna Djulfs Ktn Branch DEATHS Passed away in on I'May, August 11, 1972, Mr. John Duffy, nt the at'C (if 76 years, of (tie Dcnirl Nursing Home. Funeral ar- rftngcmcnts will be announced when compleled. MARTIN CIIOS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C3B28 DEATHS Passed away in Uic city on Kriday, Augasl 11, 1072, following a brief Illness, Mr. James Osllcr, Ijcloved husband of Mrs. Jeannie Ostler of 4th Avenue S. 'Hie funeral service will held on Tuesday at 1 p.m., in Martin liros. 'TRADITIONAL CIIAP- KL, 1112 3rd Avenue S.. wilh Hcv. L. D. Hanklnson officiat- ing. Interment follow In Mountain View C c m c t o r y. MARTIN linOS. LTD., Dircc- DEATHS LOCATKUJ Ard u i n o, passed away in on Saturday, August 12, 1072, at the age of tn years, beloved husband of Mrs. Dominica Lo- catclli of Lethhridge. Mr. Loca- tclli was born In Italy, July 16, 1088 and came to Canada in 1913 and settled at Tabcr until when he moved to Coal- where he farmer! until retiring in 1962. Upon retiring lie moved into Lclhuridge where he lias resided ever tors of Funeral Service, C3624 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY VUCH A (U-avesidc service was held on Monday, August 14, 1W2 at a.m. for Laureen Michelle, beloved infant daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fioronzo Viifli of Z-121 13th Avenue N., with llcv. Father M. Gillis OMI officiating. Interment followed In the Mount Calvsiry section of Ihe Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of tho Funeral Service. C3026 AGENCIES LIMITED ESTACLISHLD Collfue fA.ill. Phcne 3J3 3331 Tna widest available. We- con- llder ALL TYPCS of morfrjagc loani. MORTGAGE MONEY AVAILABLE ii.siMio.wa OR TAORE will lend you mcney on 1h equity In your home. No mlncllon 1. Pail Credll rating 3, Job FOR llusio flional) Pic. CONFIDEIITIAL APPOINT- ITJ TliE PRIVACY OF YOUR HOWET, CALL N. J. CIEiBRECHT, 377-31 Bl; EVENINGS AIID ENDS, 31HJ06S. MIDTOWN MORTGAGE LOANS LTD. >2SS 3rd Ave. 5., OUT OF TOWN ENQUIRIES WELCOME 75 CONTRACTS WEEPING 7ILF work. Doubll J. C PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS III THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL SiVilTH, lale d the CMv Lfllhbrldge n ftw Province of Alsjcrfa, who oied n me I71h day ol A.D. 1571 TAKE NOTICE Irial All persons hav iu clalrm upon the tslfile obcve ained r.-.Uil lilc uitli undorilQnci Solicitors by Ihe I3'h day of Soplernhcr A.D. 1W2, fl lull Llolemonl of Inel And cl held thcr DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 101 Canada Trust Building Li-lhbrldge, Alrcrla Sollcilors far the Executors, AfJD CEMENT nslructlon. 376.3870 RA11) BOW PA I NT IIJ G AND D ECOR- Atlny Wall vinyl Jind spray- ing. Frta esllmftles. Phone 328-11 FRED STEIUER CEMEHT WORK, old baieroenl! dug, water proofing In- lured, tret eillmiilti. Phont M7 REPAIRS, ROOF I NO. o, i ccrarnk lite, To'in NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THr SURROGATE COURT 0 SOUTHERN ALOCRTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT In EUalc ol LAWRENCE VIRG1 STOUT, Ia1e of Ihe Clly of In the Province a Alberla. who UK on 1he Ulh of May, A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE thai all ptrsons M Inq clilmi lhe named musl file wlfh Ihe undtrslqm Sollcllorj by Ihe 13lh day of sepfcmcs A D n full slalemer.l ol Ihp clnlms and cf iscurirlei field DAVIDSON WIILIAMS 201 Canada Trust Lelhbridae, Alberto Solicitors for The pxecufois, Canada Trust Company. FAEL1.ER Passed away In Lhc city on Saturday, Au- 12, 1972, following n hrici Mr. Joseph Faellcr, at ic age of CO yctirs, beloved lius- and of Mrs. Ella Fncllcr of MS 1st Avenue N. Born In arvcy North Dnkota, the late T. Facller cnme to Grassy in 1913. l''or the past 45 he has bsen a resident of xjlhhridge and from 1032 until is retirement in 1905, he was mployetl by the City of Leth- ridgc. Survivors include five slers, Mrs. Hose Biegler, Ta- er, Mrs. Kathcrine Pavan, -etlibridge, Mrs. Pa- an, IjClhbridgc, Mrs. Carolir.c iswaltl, Vancouver, Mrs. Eva Calgary; three broth- since. He leaves to mourn his passing his loving wife Domini- ca; two sons, Pio of Gralhurst and Carl of Victoria B.C.; two j daughters, Mrs. Stanley (An- toinette) Fabbl and Mrs. Clif- ford (Jean) Palmer both of eight grandchil- dren and thrco great-grandchil- dren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, August 15, 1972 at 10 a.m. in Ihe Christenscn Chapel, with Father M. Gillis officiating. Interment will fol- low in Mount Calvary Cem- etery. Prayers will be said Monday, August 14, 1972 (to- night) at p.m. in tho Chi'Ls- tcnsen Chapel. Flowers grate- fully declined. CHR1STENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C3G23 CARD OF THANKS HANEV Hnrry May We wish lo express our sincere thanks to all our relatives, fricmdj and neighbors for all the flowers, food, cards and expressions of condolences fol- lowing the passing of a dear husband, father and grand- father. Special thanks lo Dr. Elliott for his thoughtful ser- vice and to all the pallbearers. Thanks to the 6taff of Hancy Farms Ltd. for the lovely cot fee hour following Iho service. Your concern and Wndness will always and appreciated. limey. Leonard and Vclva Haney aixl family, Howard and Ann Hancy and family, Frances Hancy, Gordon and Alice Wickcnd and family, Tobe and Kay Woodhousi and family, Biticc and Rulh Godwi: and family. 703 Shrivcr said Gen. Thicu "should not be the sole llfe-and- death criterion for thousands of Americans." He accused State Secretary William Rogers of playing poli- tics by telling a news confer- ence that Shriver's account of the negotiating situation in 19G9 was "political fantasy." BEGINS TOUR Ending a long .scries ol brief- Ings with McGovcrn's staff, Shriver a four-day cam- paign swing todav taking him to at least six cities in the bor- der and Western states. In his televised appeararce, Shriver repeated the assertion made Saturday by the original WalLy Wagon rs, Fred Voller, Grassy Lake, 'aul Facller, Calgary and John 'oiler, North Dakota. The fu- .cral service will be held on fuestlay at p.m., in Martin ir os. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 03 ISth St. N., with Rev. Fa- licr Bruce Field officiating. In- _..ncnt will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery, ''rieiuis may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N.; phone 128-2301. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C3625 KINAIJM John of Cole- man, passed away In the Crows- nest Pass Hospital on Saturday, August 12, 1972, at age 72 years. He was Province Irorn in of Uilinc, Italy i Pr PAtNTJNG A1ID DECORATING. Trjwn nnd Country. Free f.nmatei. WcrVr Rroinnablo ralcj. Phoni or Jsoan ALUMINUM winnows AIJD DOORS. (JO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- INT. PHONEi ROOFING, C AND J Grftvtl le Cf.n EQUIPMENT RENTALS eliiMJ. cp'Jlp- rdc C o t r .1 I hsni mi. UIO !nd NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THC SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTH ERN ALBERT A JUDICIAL DISTRICT 01- LETHOR10GE In Ihe lEifftk CHRISTIAN TNIER, Itia City in Iha Province of Alberls, wlio died on Iho 1W> day cf July, A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE thai all porscm hav- inrj c. I dims upyn flic cjlste cf iha ntwve niimcU musl file 1ho undersigned tiv 1fia day cf Soptcmrcr, AD. a full sinfemtn1 o1 Ihelr mil and ol sceurilies Kold by Uiem DAVIDSON WILIIAMS JOl Truit Building Lcfribrldgc, Albcrla Solicifori lor Execufori. A19 OARAGE TiUII.QirJC., C T: If, E N T and atiKcalng. AryJfrSGn n n a Sorffn'cn ConslrncNcn, 1020 Avc. s. pn'one num. __ CARPENTRY WORK. REMOnpL- Hncj, repairing elc. of counlrY- E And t ConslrucfJGn. Phona m-ml! or m-TltJ. _ CMO-II ALL R rocllng J eclalillng In eliln-i cemcnl lini eplaces, hou'.e r TENDERS FOR "MINER'S WAREHOUSE" COLEMAN, ALBERTA SEALED TENDERS will M received by undersloried al Coleman lierlci at Coleman, Alt. until p.m. M.D.S.T. clhn ol M, 1 Z.iOO CjHHI PATIOS, cuptwardi, m Free PUBLIC NOTICE STEVENS: Barry, Ulhforldge, AlWrtfl. ror.lacl 87 cF Ihit news- pfltwr en malfer ol urgtnt pffrwnrtl NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE: SUflHOGATr COURT OF SOUTHERN AV.HERIH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIOGf! In IM ol LLOYD KNAPP DIXSON, It To'.n f.J SlO'.v lilonrl. In IhB Pro svh-> dred on eih TAKH (NOTICE Ifiat nil hav. Ing clalrm upon Ifn rf tue AtnvB nimed file wlfh tha iollclfon by Ulh dfly of A D f'Jll I'AKmenl cf and of sffcurllles hclrt hy IhBm DAVIDSON 8. WILLIAMS 701 CAnnda Trujt Bulldlnff Lelhbrlrlge, Alwrfa Sollcllorl for tha Exacufcri. All 1973 tor Ihu sq ft. Washriouse f.ullllv Plans ,ind may ob ai-ed From G. D Morrison ConluH nit lOHi W Sired No. 1101, Ed monlori. Alberta, cjpfyn deposit of a enitlcJ cheque lor 1M.OO per jel. This vrHI be refunded to a txxis Ido lenilerori upcn receipt of and spsclflcallons in uoixl Co within one ol Ihe closinfl of ten deri. Plar.s And specifications will ti :fger, witri Iho Hdmonion, Red Dear LethhridQC Construclioi July JO, 1000. The late Mr. Rin- ald'i came to Canada in set- tling in Colcman where he has resided until his death. He mar- ried Cecilia DcCecco in Cole- an in and was a mcm- of the Italian Society. He vas predeceased by one Bon, 3nmo, in Medicine Hat in 1964 nd one brother, Pete, In Cole- nan and thrco sisters. Survi- 'ors include his wife, Cecilia of Joleman; two (laugjiters, Rina Colemnn nnd Mrs. W. (Joni) Vowchuck, Cranbrook, B.C.; even grandchildren. Prayers vcre said in the Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Colcman Sun- day, August 13 al p.m. He- quictn Mass was celebrated in he Coleman Catholic Church, Monday, August 14 (today) at a.m. Interment followed n the Colonial! Catholic Cem- etery. In lieu of flowers, dona- ions will Ixi gratefully ac- cepted for Ihe Emil Alcllo Memorial Fund, care of Iho Crowsnost Pass Hospital, Blair- more. F A N TI N CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C3622 DREWS William (BerO o[ Coleman, passed away in Fort Macleod, Friday, August 11, 1972, at the age of 82. He was born in Huntlngton, Quebec, Oc- tober 12, 1889. The late Mr. Drews came west to Spring Point, Alberta, where he home- steaded. He later moved to Pincher Creek and to Coleman in IBM. At tiie time of bis death he a resident of Blunt's Nursing Home, Fort Macleod. He was predeceased by his wife, Mary, in Coleman In 1965; two sons, Jim, Pincher Creek In 193S, and Robert, Winnipeg in W6G; one brother, one sister and his parents. Sur- vivors include two sons, liam, Ahbotsford, B.C.; Ernest of Blah-more; two daughters Mrs. Mike (Joyce) Glrhiny Coleman, and Mrs. E. (Agnes S c h u r in a n of Edmonton; 10 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Kaolin's Fimera in Coleman on Monday IN MEMOR1AM BIIUZGA In lovir.g mem- ory of a dear wife and mother, Ona Bnizga, who passed away- August 14, 1971. remembered by hus- band Joseph and daugh- Tenders suhmilled shall NJ n.inled hid or chequo ol In Iflvor nan Collieries. A SO'.: perl bcntt reqnlreiJ from ce-.Uul lonilcrer. Iho or ivny tender neceslarlly accepted. Vlro Pretldenl accom PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE BY-LAW NO. 416 TflVo IriM Iho Council nf Ih tor Bernke. Released SAIGON (AP) South Viet- namese police have cjuietly rc- eased the father of Nguyen Thai Binh, an airplane hijacker slain here July 2. Nguyen Van Hai. who sup- ports a wife and eight surviving children on his salary as a clerk typist in the civil service, for 21- year-old son was shot to death aboard a Pan American 717 lie sought to take to Hanoi' V'rum IlKUTKK-AP WASHINGTON (CP) Sena- or Georga McGovern nas ac- 1'residenl Nixon of aunching a smear campaign galast former attorney-general tamsey Clark and McGovcrn'fi 'Ice-presidcntlal running male, iargent Shrivcr. The TJemocralic presidential candidate charged Nixon with reviving his "favorite technique of questioning the loyalty and Americanism of those who dis- gree with him." Replying to criticism from .he Nixon administration of Clark's anli-war remarks on Hanoi radio and Shriver's accu- sation that Nixon chance to end the war, McGovern said on a television interview program "I am accusing the president of taking the low road by re- moto control by Implying that aWclTCl there is somehing treasonous, something un-American about a person reacting wilh in- dignation against the slaughter and the killing and destruction now going on in Vienam." McGovem said Nixon had practised using the political sii-ear throughout his political life. In backing Shriver's position oa North Vietnamese peace in. itiatives, McGovern said: POINTS OUT MEMO "A national security memo- randum prepared at the begin- ning of this administration anc published in the congresslona record some time ago, shows very clearly the admlnis 7000 tration was aware that North Vienam had withdrawn a sub santlal number nf its divisions in Ihe fall of 1909. "They were in fact giving us a signal that they were willing to case off militarily and the) were expecting us to respom then with generous offers of ne- gotiations. "Instead of that, the bomhin was accelerated, the militar; attack was increased and v, blev; an opportunity for a nego- tiated settlement several years negotiators at UM Paris peace talks-W. Averell Uarriman and Cyrus when thu Nixon administration took office it knew the North Viet- namese had signalled their will- ingness to withdraw 22 to 25 from South Vietoam. Shrivcr, who stayed on as ambassador to France for a year after Nixon took office, said ho made his suggestion on the peace talks known to Harri- man and Vance, who included lhcrn in their cables to Wash- ington. Vice-Prcsldent Splro Agnew, speaking in Rhode Island, re- ferred to Shriver's statement that Nixon had thrown away i chance at peace. Shriver "Is a very inexperienced candErlatc, and it's normal for peopla play- ing ball to make recn- ess tha vice-pres- dent said. was held without charge nearly a month after his ANN ARBOR, Mich. (CP5- The Wally Wagon, an antl- Dilution car developed by Uni- ersity of British Columbia en- Sneering students, won the erall award for excellence at the annual urban vehicle de- ign competition here. The award for the car, which catures an engine fueled by iquid natural gas and various other innovations, was pre- sented by Transport Secretary John Volpe following five days of testing at the General Mc- :ors proving ground at MiHord, MacKay co-ordinated ago." Shriver said Sunday thD Nixon administration has given Nguyen Van Thicu of South Vietnam virtual veto power over U.S. foreign policy. Mich. Dean the UliC student team which designed the vehicle. In little more than a year, the students built a car that features a roll cage to protect the passengers and driver, a frame that tolerates collisions up to 10 miles an hour and which deflect the engine down and the roll cage up in case of liigh-speed head-on crashes. The compteition drew 90 en- tries from more than 70 univer- sities and colleges In the U.S., UBC, and one high school in Canada. Entries were judged on clean emissions, safety, cost to the consumer and ability to with- WEEKEND DEATHS By THE CANADIAN PRESS Valdagno, Marzollu, 77, founder of a lead- ing Italian textile firm. Rimini, Fran- ctuni, 95, the last of Italy's great pre-war actresses and a teacher of stars such as Sophia Loren and Glna Lollobriglda. New Haven, Max Tncilcr, 73, the virologist who won the Nobel Prize for physi- ology and medicine in 1951 for developing serum for Insect carried viruses, particularly yellov; fever. Madison, Paul R. Burkholder, 69, an Inter- nationally known scientist who discovered several antibiotics; of leukemia, one of the diseases ois discoveries helped fight. Greenwich, Weiss, 78, a power behind the scenes for ttic New York Van- stand five mile an hour lisions. col- kees during many of their championship years and a member of baseball's Hall of Fame. Clara Mu- hammed, 72, wife of Black Muslim leader Elijah Mu- hammed. Alexander Ha- ney, 53, Broadcast News editor and former broadcaster. August 14 at 3 p.m., Rev Boh Pulmf.n of Pincher Cree officiated. Interment to folio; in Uic family plot at the Cole man Union Cemetery. In lie of flowers, persons wishing ma donale to the Dr. Emll Aiello Memorial Fund, care of the Crowsnest Pass Hospital, Blair- more. Please mark donations "in memory ol Wiitfam Drews." FANTIN CHAPELS LTD. Is in charge. SCHWEITZER _ p asscd away in Ihe city on Friday, August II, 1072, following a illness, Mr. John Harvey at the age- of 76 years of 1135 281 h St. A. S., be- oved husband of the late Sirs. Jessie Bom in Mildmay, Ontario, Ihe late Mr. Schweitzer came lo bridjic in 1000. He was cmploy- FUNERALS RUDI) Funeral service for Annie Lillian Rudd, beloved wife of Frederick Albert Rudd of No. 2, 1238 4th Avc. S. who died In the city Monday, Aug. 7, 1972 nt the age of 70 years was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9, 1372 in St. Augustine's Anglican Church with Rev. R. L. Crisficld officiating. Pall- hearers were David Guild, J. T. Talbot, G. W. Shrecvc, L. H. Evernden, E. A. Lawrence and Colin Campbell. The body was cremated. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments' WEINHEIMEIl Funeral service for Jacob Weinheimer, who died In Claresholm, Sun- day, Aug. G, 1972, at the age of 83 years, was held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9, 1972 in the Chrlslenscn Chnpcl with Bishop Ray Chattcrton of Clarosholm officiating. Pallbearers were liolieil, David, Dean, Marvin and lloss Wilde, and I.eroy Pe- ed by the A.G.T. from 1912 tolderson. Interment was in the UNIVERSITY OF IETHBR1DGE IRRIGATION RESERVOIR AND PUMPHOUSC INVITATION TO TENDER rtlpd rtcr.tffrj rnnrV.trt "Unlveriily JhhrJtigo IrrlijillDrt i Pumphouna" v.llf p m. MotrnfL TIrr.q on 1971 al tho Physical Planf Admlnldrn- 1lon OIUco on University Campus. Tenderi bo opened publicly Im- ninilafely lollov" Iho closing lime. The project will include: 1, An 14 mlHltn g alien lined sarlh reiorvolr c.y. lining, rlp-rnp, plpeworX: nnd Including All equipment Tender docurnenli may from tfin of the Physknl t Coordinator, of I p1hln or from SMrlry Fnqii LimilcJ. Mrrrl upon erf a 4SOW Oayllchf Savin lng cf approxi IDG I is the longest em- ployee of (hut company on rec- ord. Me .served overseas with Hie Canadian Armcil Forces in Ilic First World War. He was a member of the Telephone I'io lien's, an Associate me mho r of Hie Henderson Lake Golf Club, member of the I-ethbritlge Club, an active mem- of fordfrt an lo Council rtlhcr hl nf Counc.il Ctio Any rxf.nen wfiti i .iflir fir h IK, 1973, nl p.n plans anrl speclficallo In conolHoo wllh (ho lender lor must chftiua mnde pflynhle o1 1ho for Ten perccnf nrkn or fl n percent t10''> of (hi Ten R. F P PhyHtftl Plnn1 Coo Tha University o( >er of the and C.P.R. Cowling ACT Bow ling Archmount Memorial Gardens, Clirislensen Salmon Fiuicral Homo Ud., Directors of Funcr- fil Scn'lco, was in charge of the arrange inenls. Ijcnguc, n memlwr of the K 40 inrl I.B.K.W. (50 year !o was in hockey and laschAll in Ills youth. Ho sur- by ono son Jack of cino lint; ono daughter, Mrs, T. (Pat) Pcncocko of Kdmou- (in; eight granrtchlklrcn; twn iislors, Clara Evnns find Mrs, Ina CarUiTiglU holli of hhridtici. Tlio funeral service will lin liclrt on Tuesday nt 3 p.m., in Martin Bros, MEMOR- IAL with Uev. A. T, King olflclallng. Interment will follow In tho family plot Moun- tain Cemetery, Tn lieu of flowers those who wish may rlonalc to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust nirip., Txithbrlrtgc. M A KTfN HUGS, LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C3627 MK1D Funeral service for Hilda Sena Reirl, of 1307 131 h Avc, S., beloved wife of the late Lawrence Alvin Reid, who died in fxrlhnrldge Thursday Aug. 3, 1972 at the ago of 65 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 8, 1072 in the LDS Chapel, 10th Ave. S. wilh Bishop C. M. Peterson officiating. Pallbear- ers were Lawrence Walmough, K c r n a r cl THirbank, Garth Harris, Kenny Pedcrson and Kevin and Morris Sorenson, In- terment was In the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. ChriMcusen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of tho arrangements. CHARMED AWAY MFF, AIUKAUKI, Nigeria (Reu- tcr) A witch-doctor lias sentenced to die hy i court for shooting his client to death while lesLirg out a bullet-proof charm. Okcta Igbokwc, a hunter, was killed. It can be a friend Your new telephone directory can be a very good friend, Because it can be a big help. Your directory can cave you from embarrassment by giving you the right numbers. So you don't feel foolish by dialing wrong ones. It has a lot more than a cover and a lot of pages in between. You'll find Important numbers. Like your doctor, or dentist. The closest gas station. And drug store. The addresses and phone numbers of your friends. And emergency numbers, tike the police. Your directory even has a special section on how to use DDD. So you see, your directory does have a lot to offer. Won't you get a good thing going with yours today? Before the phone comes