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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PETS AND SUPPLIES FIVE PUPS FOR SALE. CHEAP. 329-3200. 7HO-17 FEMALE SIAMESE FIVE old. Houx broken. 110. FOR SALE PUREBRED GERMAN Shepherd pupt. malt. 327- 0950. 7179-17 TEN WEEK OLD SIAMESE KIT- tens. Malt femalj J4J- 7750-U THE CLIP JOINT All bread dog grooming. Phone 311- 3.'s Pet ind Fish B. G.' Ill 6th St. South C1504-14h GOOD HOME REQUIRED FOR LAB- rador Retriever years old House broke. Good with children. Phone John diyi evenings 327- 7749-U 8B BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES RESTAURANT IN LETHBRIDGE Hotel for lease. Apply In person. C1050-tf COUNTRY GROCERY STORE FOR rent In Saikitchewan. Has all mo- dern equipment and some stock. Will give easy terms on slock or will trade Please reply to Box Alberta 612S.UA FOR SALE AND TO BE MOVED OFF property by September 30th A fully equipped burger in excellent condition Priced to sell quickly For inquiries from Jam to 9 D m. phone after hours Belle- vue. 7530-16 Business building for sale or centre of Main Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box B.C. 7843-tf TRUCKING BUSINESS With full line of trucks and equip- ment All units are under contract at present Office and 35x70 ft. building may be leased from present owner. Call RAY LA VALLEY at Coaldale. EXCLUSIVE. ROYAL TRUST 323 7lh ST. S. Phone 328-7768 COAST-TO-COAST REALTORS ClOBO-tf fO CONTRACTS PAINJERS. WORK guaranteed. Free es'imatti. 7169-1 BOX NUMBER REPLIES 100 Hi 131 f PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE My havlrs my and I will no longer responsible for debts Incurrtd by her unless personally authorized by the undersigned or his company. Slgntd DEAN OSEEN Sundial Valley Farms Ltd Alta. A2t NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF EDWARD ANDREW of Grassy In the Province of Far- who died on 5th day of Aug 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the Estate of the above must tile with the un dersigned Solicitors by the 30th day of A D a full state- ment of their claims and of securities held by them HIGA WOOD Barristers and Solicitors 519 7Hi Street South Alberta Solicitors for the Executrix ESTELLE MARIE GROSS A31 Business Opportunity LAUNDROMAT Location B.C. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT SANK 30 SOUTH 11TH AVE. B C. Phone 426-7241 7887-16 HOG OPERATION Approx five acres four year old barn 30 x 120 ft. concrete block. Insul- ated Beatty Cleaner Running wa- ter spouts Farrowing crates Dou- ble Decks. Outside dry sow fenced Portable dwelling available Natural gas two good water wells. Sufficient room for dry feedlot cow calf operation or feeder-corrals feed bunks holding pens With or without herd 65 sows 19 bred haifers Charclals Hereford to pure Charolals bull. David J Frun- Alberta. Phone 1-365- 3553. 7913-18 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. PHONE 328-3331 with Multiple Listina Service DEFINITE POTENTIAL Party Mix shop located near Liqtor MLS. 18 um1 el on Mayor Magrath Drive. MLS Phone Barry Marquardson at 328- for full particulars. Cl 325-1 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ Agencies Limited College Mall. Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available. We con sider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans Cl 258-18 MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309-7fh St. S. Phone 328-5548 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing- In small and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. 328-3251. C7769H CALIFORNIA INVESTMENT LAND. S5M DOWN PER MONTH FOR MAPS AND WRITE BOX HERALD 7572-16 90 CONTRACTS QUALITY CEMENT WORK SIDE- etc. Rea- sonable prices. Phone 327.3432 Free estimates 6N7-A25 GARAGE CEMENT WORK and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone fll-MKl C7377-tf FRED STEINER CEMENT old basements water proofing. In- estimates. Phone 327-S2M. C3461-H ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES 5745 ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK. Good workmanship and prompt Mr- vice Reasonable Phone Mlki 327-3316 or 321-1416. 7571-65 FENCES BUiuT. Mis- cellaneous building. sldtwilkv etc. Hauling Jim 328-3H3____________MOA-tf ECONOMY PAINTING AND DECOR. Very very reasonable. Phoni noon or evenings 311-4570. ______________________________5i42-t1 PRIVATE Homes only Complete painting itrvlct. rates Guaranteed work For estimates phent 3314363. THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENCE Public notice Is hereby given that MANDARIN RESTAURANTS LTD. to apply to The Alberta Liquor Contrcl Bci-d for a Dining Lounge Licence to sell and wine by the glass for consumption on the following described premises MANDARIN RESTAURANTS LTD. MANDARIN RESTAURANT 1624 Mayor Magrath LETH Lot Block P P Plan No 6553 H H. Obiections to this application shall be made forth- with to The Alberta Liqucr Control Edmonton Dated at this 24th day of 1973 MANDARIN RESTAURANTS LIMITED PRESIDENT SWEENEY SUN BU OF ALBERTA Sealed tenders will received by the undersigned up to 2 30 p m Edmon- ton time August 1973 at the De- sign and Construction Division Office located on the 4th floor of the Mllner 10040 104 Alberta for the construction of the earth fills to replace syphons No. 3 and No 4 on Mountain View-Aetna Main Canal Tha wo'k Is located approximately miles south south west of near the existing canal In NEV4-25-2-26-4 and SWVj-34-2-26-4 The main items of work and appropri- ate quantities are as follows1 Two compacted earth fill embank ments cu. yds Canal excavation cu. yds. Two small concrete drop struc- tures Extra work 00 Tenders shall be clearly marked- Me. ntam View-Aetna Main Canal lions Contract No 1. PI 115 and specifications may be ob- from the office located at the above or the Department Of- fices located in the Provincial Admini- stration Building and the J. J. Bowlen Building Room 620 7 Avenue S W. Calgary on deposit of 00 by cash or certified cheque made payable to the Provincial Treas- urer of Alberta. Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or Bid Bond made payable to the Provincial equal to of ths an under- taking on the part of the Proposed Surety and such other forms as spe- cified In the tender documents. Ten- ders will be opened In Public The lowest or any tender will not neces- sarily be accepted E E. D V M Deputy Department of the Environment AID marooned by floods RAWALPINDI More than people were marooned Wednesday around the major Punjab city of Mul- tan by rising flood waters which have devastated huge areas of northern Pakistan Army engineers and civilians were working around the clock to try to keep the waters of the raging Chenab River out of the but a military spokesman said 209 persons had already been evacuated from Multalfs suburbs and more than 300 sur- rounding villages were cut off. The Chenab breached em- bankments protecting the nearby city of Muzaffargarh Wednesday and parts of the town have been in- undated. Scores more villages around Bahawalpur on the Sutlej River and further south are either flooded or have been evacuated. The governor of Gfm- lam Mustafa win visited lard-hit areas around Multan described the situ- ation as grim The main flood threat is con- centrated further south where the mighty fed by five other flooded is reported rising steadily at Guddu and Sukkur. The Sind provincial meeting in decided to evacuate the most seriously threatened areas and to KrengUwn embankments along the river. The main volume of water is expected to reach Sind Sunrinv BIRTH TRCKA Kathy and Stacey would like to announce the birth of their Patricia on August 1973 in Alberta. Parents are Frank and Judie. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alwyn Hay- som and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Trcka all of Lethbridge. 7914 DEATHS away sud- denly at Hays on August at the age of 35 years. Bom at Cal- December he re- ceived his education at Kim- Alta. and Wash. He later worked on construc- tion and for the past three years has worked for Koch Oil of Taber. He is survived by his wife Lola of two Rodney and Gerry and one daughter Carrie all at Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson of one Mrs. Joan To- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wash. Funeral services will be conducted from Knox United Church m Taber on August 17 at 2.00 with Rev. Ray Heffelfmger offici- ating. Interment to follow in the Taber Memorial Gar- den. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL in charge of arrange- ments C1338 NEMETH Passed away in the city on August following a lengthy Mr. Frank Nemeth at the age of 36 beloved husband of Mrs. Magdolna Ne- meth of 2409 13th Avenue N. Prayers will be said on Friday at 8 pm. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 7C3 13th St. with Rev. G. Teles of- ficiating. Requiem Moss will be celebrated on Saturday at am in St. Basil's Catholic with Rev. Fatter S. J. Molnar celebrart. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros MEMORIAL 703 13th St. phone 323-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service C1340 DEATHS KOMETZ Passed away in the city on August Mrs. Lily Komixz at the age of 69 years of 524 8bh St. beloved wife of the late Mr. John Kometz. The funeral service will be held on Satur- at 1 August 18th m St. Augustine's Anglican with Rev. Frank Lee officiating. Cremation will fol- low. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Dir- ectors of the Funeral Service. C1339 RASMUSSEN A ndrew passed away in the city on August 1973 at the age of 91 be- loved husband of the late Mrs Emma Hasmussen. F u n e i a 1 services will be held August 1973 at p m. in the Christensen with Bishop Ruedon Selk officiating Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens Friends may meet the family prior to the service. No flowers by request. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. Aug. at Mrs. Kath- erine Ann aged 59 years of 2209 Westmount Read Alberta. Mrs KaMer is survived by four Eugene Peteis of Jte- Joseph Peters cf Alta Martin Peters of Bow John Peters of Alta. and two Mrs. T. Roth and Mrs. S. both of Bow Island. She was predeceased by her hus- band Joseph in 1950 and a brother Emmanuel. Mrs. Kah- ler was bom in Sask. on Sept. raised and edu- cated there. She moved to Bow Island m where she resid- ed until the past few when illness forced her move to Calgary. Requiem High Mass will be celebrated in St. Mi- chael's Bow Island on Saturday morning at 10-30 Rev. Father A. Char- ron celebrant. Interment will follow in the Bow Island Cem- etery under the direction of the PATTISON FUNERAL HOME' Friends and parishioners are asked to meet for prayers m St. Michael's Church on Friday evening at p.m. 7979A BLASCO passed away in Lethbridge on Wednes- August 1973 at the age of 85 beloved wife of the ate Mr. Frank Blasco. Mrs. Blasco was born April 1888 n Austria. She came Canada with her parents in 1890 and they settled on a farm in west Lethbridge. She receiv- ed her education at the Cath- olic Convent School which stood at 9 St. and 2nd Ave. S. She was married to Frank Blasco July 1907 in St. Patrick's 'atholic Church by Father Van Tigihem. She lived in Leth- jndge almost all her and las it grow from its early 5eginning to its present day status. She leaves to mourn her one son George of ttarea Mrs. Robert Thirion of New Mrs. Urael Jensen and Mrs. Grant Jensen both of 17 grandchildren and 17 great- two Hatthew Olshaski of While B.C. and Joe Olshaski of Lethbridge and one sister Mrs. tfinnie Chumik also of Leth- She was predeceased by her husband July two Frank in 1963 and Stanley in and five in- 'ant children. Requiem Maes will be celebrated August 1973 at a.m. in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church with Father R. luback as celebrant. Interment will follow in the family plot n St. Patrick's layers will be said Friday at pm. in the Christensen 3T7 10 St. S. In lieu of donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society Canada Trust CHRISTENSEN SALM- ON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C1336 FUNERALS ORICH Requiem mass for Mrs. Lucille beloved wife of the late Mr. Matt Orich and a native daughter of Leth- bridge who died in the city Fri- Aug. at the age of 48 was said at 9 a m. Tuesday in Martin Bras Mem- orial 703 13th St. with Rev. M. the celebrant. Pallbearers were Lloyd Aaron Clem- Phil William Or- William Petrunia and Wayne Cropley. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros Directors of Funeral was in charge of the arrangements. ARNOLD Funeral service for Mr. John Ajtai be- loved husband of Mrs. Chris- tine Arnold of 637 5th St. who died in the city Aug. at the age of 70 was held Friday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. Memorial 703 13th St. with Rev. W Schoepp officiating. Pallbearers were Collin A. Harry Henry Jul- ias Kovacs and Harry Mel- chenko. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd Directors of Fu- neral was in charge cf the arrangements HYSSOP Funeral service for Mr Charles native son of who died in the city Aug at the age 83 was held at 3 p m Thursday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chap- 703 13th St. with Rev Kenneth Morris officiating. Pallbearers were James Cngh- William E w i n Carl Conn Van George Watson and Roy Wil mot. Honorary pallbear- ers were George Leonard Hugh Me- Andrew David Whitney and Percy Murdoch. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery Martin Bros. Directors of Funeral was in charge of the arrange- ments. FOOD FOR KINGS Sturgeon home of a caviar-processing plant on the north shore of Lake once supplied sturgeon roe for the late Kaiser Wilhelm of Ger- many and the Czar of Russia. CARDS OF THANKS DEAN The family of the late Angelina Ethel Dean wish to express their sincere thanks to all friends and neighbors for the beautiful food and help during their re- cent bereavement. Special thanks to the nurses and staff of Taber General Hospi- tal and the pall- bearers and Rev. also the ladies who served the lunch. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. Augutt 1973 THI LETHBRIDGE HERAIA White House enemies meet to 'wallow in Watergate' THE HELLERS Many thanks to our friends and neigh- bcrs who supported us during our sudden bereavement. Spe- cial thanks to those who re- membered us with floral tri- visits and all acts of kmdnsss Your genero- sity and thoughtfulness will ever ba appreciated. Darryl and Pam IN MEMORIAM DEAK In loving memory of a dear grandfather and great grand- John who passed away August 1971 Gone are the days we used to But in our hearts you are al- ways there. The gates of memory will never close. We miss jou more than any- one knows remembered and sad- ly by his Su- and family. 7915 NEW YORK About SCO White House and oth- at a mid- town Manhattan restaurant Wednesday night to in and jeer Presi- dent Nixon's public defence of his role in the handling ot the scandal. The dinner drew a score of those named in the official House enemies which surfaced during the Senate Watergate and more than 400 sympa- thizers to hiss and hoot at the president's protest- ations of innocence in a na- tionally-televised speech. others wallow in Wa- Nixon has pro- that's just -whfe'c the celebrants did was quite a bit of laughter at crucial mo- the more out- rageous said a spokesman for the gathering. REFERENCE CHEERED The celebrants greeted tne president's passing reference to the enemies list with an es- pecially loud burst of ap- plause. Writer Jimmy an official presented sil- ver-plated trowels to Wash- ington Post reporters Carl Bernstein and Robert Wood- who first unearthed the scraps of news which even- tually led to the Watergate revelations. The trowels were inscribed with the legend dig- Among other prominent enemies present were nists Murray Kempton and Robert motion picture producer-director Otto Pre-' minger and Producer David millionaire political activist Stewart Mott and Sid a former function- ary of New York Mayor John Lindsay. The fete was held as a ben- efit for the Reporters IXxn- mittee for Freedorh of a Washington-based or- ganization concerned with tbt protection of press rights. Lone survivor has high hopes Tahiti James lone survivor of a plane crash that killed 78 persons July says he hopes to be able to leave hospital within two weeks. of said in an cavity is still in- fected from a mixture of kero- sene and sea water. Antibiotics still won't work for the mo- ment. The doctor figures they'll take effect in three or four more Other problems are a gashed knee and an arm which he has been able to start moving only in the last few days. He now dees physiotherapy ex- ercises and is able to feed him- self Recalling the Camp- bell said- was thrown from the plane apparently with such force that my shoes and socks were ripped off. I remem- ber the plane beginning to go down. Thsn there is complete darkness. I was swimming around in this terrible kerosene Dumping charge dismissed WASHINGTON A charge of dumping Canadian aluminum ingots was dismissed Wednesday when the U.S. Tariff Commission ruled the estimated million a year in imports of Canadian ingots are not hurt- ing American producers. A dumping charge was con- firmed by the treasury depart- ment which sent the case to the Tariff Commission to determine whether American industry was being necessary con- dition for imposing special anti- dumping duties. jit WITH Two drying Rat Latex for walls Gloss Ing colors or fdruse on walls and woodwork in bathrooms and kitchens INTERIOR FLAT LATEX and ALKYD SEMI-GLOSS GAL quality oil-base Exterior House Paint famous for its long lasting durability and gloss Use on all wood surfaces. REG. GAL NOW ONLY GAL. TURPENTINE SUBSTITUTE The best thinner Var- Enamel Ideal cleaner for paint etc. Regular 98c......SPECIAL 79 PAINT Discontinued colors. Gallons and Quarts. Latex and Oil Interior or Exterior Price POLYSTRIPPA Paint and varnish water non-flamable. Regular 2.98.....SPECIAL 2 .49 COAL OIL Fuel -for lamps or patio torches. ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS JUST SAY OPEN A CONVENIENT HOYT CHARGE ACCOUNT VALID AT BOTH HOYT STORES. Open till 9 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. You always do better Downtown 606 608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 North Lethbridge 324-13th Street N. Phone 328-4441 ;