Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, Augull 17, 1972 THE UTHBRIDM HIFAID 23 61 TEACHERS WANTED TiacMng poiinons avallBtlt In COUNTY OF ATHABASCA NO. 12 INDUS! RIAL ARTS-- School Junior and Senior Mlg' Stall GI IB. SPECIAI EDUCATION TEACHER Senior romn In --Training and special I cswillal. Teaching experience wit, neurological and pwceplual handleaj: [K-d preferred. npply AufluiT 73, 197 ulvlrvg Ml particulars, experience nr. recommend aliens 1o: t. P. BEGORAY SUPERIHIENDENI OF SCHOOLS BOX 5 tO. ATHABASCA, ALGERIA 73 BUSINESS OPPORtUNITIES LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOV- ng boiFntii. Fully Itctnied, van lint imilallon, Weif Kootenny iox 83, Hwald. 6STO-J1 FOR TALE IN BEAUTIFUL Creslon Valley 10 Ud resl ViofMny vnlt. Fruit Tcrmi. R.R- 1- K, Oeilon, D.C. 478-4M7. 7111-28 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams 74 LOANS t TO BUY INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGCNCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED IOT College Mall. Phone IscllUy available. We con- 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES TEACHER OF SPEECH ARTS Baunton L.T.C.L. Group or prl- lessons. 1S1! II Ave. S. Phone 358 (OU. 65 LOST AND FOUND FOUND FLY QOOK Oil CASTLF River Aucusl B Owner tan claim by paying for Phcno Hillcresl v 71I4.IB GOLD 7160-17 LOST rAAII'S 14 Accrulon Eryjriwe Phone 3JS-64IO. AND WHITE HALF cnl. Sub-Janllal reward for re- covery or Inlormfiflc-n ieadinn tn re- covery. Phono 337-6750, evenings. X31I57I AVAILABLE OR MORE Mtdtown will lend you money on equity In home. Ha reJlrldi away DEATHS HEMSLRY Passed in Uio city on Wednesday, Aug- ust 1C following a brief iv illness, Mrs. Daisy Hciadcy, ai the of SO years of 926 17lh St. S., telovwl wile of tho MORTGAGE MONEY late Mr. .lack HcnBlcy. Funer- al arrangements will be an- nounced when completed, MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- of the Funeral Service. C3690 CONFIDENTIAL APPOINT- MEIIT IN THE PRIVACY OF YOUR HOME. CALL H. J. GIESBRECHT, 327-3181; EVF.IMKGS AND WL-CK- ENDS, MIDTOWN MORTGAGE LOANS LTD. 3rd Ave. S., Lelhbrliiae OUT OF TOWN ENQUIRIES WELCOME 66 PERSONAL FAERY'S BOOKING clubs, etc Phor groups Icr all i ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone vrllh a drinV.inp problem 75 CONTRACTS RAUJBO'rV PAINTING AND DECOR- -j Wall paper, Ing Free estimates vinyl and spray- Ins and 737-8340, T E.ENS you living with n problem drinker isur home? There Is underilancj- :lp for y 0 u Phcne Jenn flrllyn MBJ-lltl 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALLIHG, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings, repair work. Phone KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIR8Y COMPANY OF LETH- DRIDGE 338-8962. C3751-M SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber sfamps, corporal e a I s. dalerj, lie. Sameday service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone COMMERCIAL AND RF.SIOEHTIAL WINDOW CLEANING, LIGHT FIX- TURE CLEANING AND EAVES- TROUGH CLEANING. PHONE 338- 670S..I FRHD STEINER WORK, old basements dug, proofing. In- >d, free estimates. 337-8286. C3MMf henl, cablners, s, ceramic tile. To-wn Phone 33a-307l. 3HMI ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, garage, try. ___ ______________________ ALUMINUM WINDOVJS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE CHAHG. 1IJG. PHONE JONES ROOFING, KB- CLAYTON Passed away in the clly on Wednesday, Aug- ust IB, 1972, Mr. Edwin Clay- ton, at the age of 78 years, be- loved hushanti of Mrs. May Clayton of 509 12 St. N. Funeral arrangements will be announc- ed when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C30D7 Passed away suddenly in Calgary on Wed- nesday, August 16, J972, Mr. Dirk John Wlchers, at the age of 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Annie Wichers of 805 12 St. N. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice C3698 CARD OP THANKS UAUE Annie We wish U> express our sincere thanks tc all our relatives, friends, am; neighbors for all the flowers owl, and cards received during our recent bereavement in the osa of our dear mother aw grandmother. We wish to thank [levcrend Oliver Hodge for has sincere and appropriate mes sage. Thanks to the staff of the Hivervicw Nursing Home in Medicine Hat, and to the staf of the Bow Island Municipa Hospital in Bow Island. We wish to extend a special thanks t all those who visited Grandm; Ilahe while she was a patien both in Bow Island and in Medi cine. Hat. Your friendship an kindness will always be reinem bercd with deep appreciation. families of the late Annie Babe 726 Ulster McGovern still harping C AMD J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compacllon mtnl Concrele equipment. Corral Cltanlng. Phoni 3JB-476S. UIO Ave. 5. _________________CWTlf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and (tuctoinfl. Soremon CooslrucHon. 5. C737MI fAAYTAG AND SERVICE. SER- vlcei on all maVei washers nna drvtrs, aulomalic or conventional. Also ell iman appllnnec-i, mowers, Ironi, vacuum cleaners, ele. No lob loo laroe or too imall. I.ETH6RIDGE APPLIAflCE, 3J-d Ave. 337-44.56. C7353 If CHAIN SAWS MOTOR PARTS AlfO SFRVICB PHONE 337-3MV CARPLNTRY WORK, REMODEL- ling, repairing etc. Town or cwmry- E and L conirrudlon. Phone 338-3077 or 3J8-H37. C3HWI ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, roofing specializing In chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cement finishing, iluc- colng, fireplaces, riousa raising- 325- 02M. WHITE COW Passed away on Sunday, August 13, 1972, Karen Ivy White Cow, aged 1G years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. White Cow of the Pcigan Reserve. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Roman CaUiolic Church, Crocket, Friday at a.m., Rev. G. Fortier officiating. In- terment, Brocket Cemetery. Funeral ar r a n gements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C3693 IN MEMORIAMS BEARD In loving memory of our only son and brother, Pilot Officer Ted Beard, KCAF, who gave his life in active serv- ice August 17th, 1M4, and buried at Harrogate, Yorkshire. A token of love and remembrance, Of the one we shall never forget, His memory to us is a treasure, His loss a lifetime regret. always by mom, dad and Grace. 7252 toll 510 BELFAST (AP) Two men >urst into a bar In Belfast's Shankill Road late Wednesday and killed a man with a hail of jullets. The took Northern Ireland's three-year death toll to at least 510-was latest in a line of appar- ently motiveless murders which prompted the authorities Wednesday lo post a reward of (about for In- formation bringing arrests. The raid on the Long Bar In the Protestant street came as it shut for the night. Police sources speculated it may have been the work of a Roman Catholic "revenge" squad. Such squads, from both reli- gious communities, are for Bt least "SO backstrect kill ings since the beginning o: July. British army headquarters reported Ulster was generally quiet during the night. An ex plosion at the village of Sion Mills, County Tyrone, causer no casualties. about bugging incident WASHINGTON (AP) democratic presidential nomi- ico George McGovern says 'resident Nixon is at least in- directly responsible for the break-in and attempted hugging at Democratic national head- quarters In June. Representative Paul McCloskey told fellow Republi- cans preparing for next week's convention in Miami Beach, ?la., that failure to "make a clean breast" of the incident could doom Republican chances m November's election. Five men were arrested dur- ing the break-in at Washing- ton's Watergate Hotel and some have been linked to Nixon's campaign organization. Making his strongest attack yf-t against Nixon on the issue McGovern said Tuesday during a campaign swing in Ohio: "What is to prevent an ad ministration that with this kind of tiling from wiretapping your house, o your union hall, or something else they want to get? Now thi is the kind of thing that you ex pect from a person like Nixon and top Republican of- .cials have denied knowledge f tho break-in and the White louse declined comment on IcGovem's statement. Nor was there comment from Nixon managers in Miami Beach as hey prepared lor the con- 'cntion. VOULD SCRAP CONTROLS McGovem also told a group of Illinois labor leaders at jpringlielcl Tuesday night that ic would scrap the Nixon ad- ministration's wage and price controls within 90 days of tak- ng office, if. he wins the presi- dency. After the war in Vietnam has teen ended and military spend- ing has been reduced, "we can end wage and price controls and I think that can done within 90 days of the in McGovem said "And I am committed to tha1 goal." Wages of most Americans have been frozen or since last Aug. 15, when Nixon imposed controls in an effort cut inflation. McGovern's economic pledge appcd a day of campaigning Tuesday in Ohio and Illinois. As he addressed a cheering ;roup of United Atito Workers icar General Motors' Lords- own, Ohio, plant the 1.4-mil- union announced t had voted overwhelmingly to endorse the South Dakotaji. At the same time, tho Inter- .ational Ladies Garment Work- ers, with inemlwrs, ten- tiered its support by way o! a unanimous executive-board de- Ision. Just a day earlier, some 25 other unions had announced Formation of a coalition labor committee to back McGovem. CRASH KILLS 18 NEW DELHI (AP) An In- dian Airlines plane crashed a few minutes before its sched- uled landing here, killing all 13 aboard, an airline spokesman said. The two-engine turboprop, a Fokker F-27 Friendship, was on a flight from Gwalior to New Delhi with 14 passengers and a crew of four. C3341-U FENCES, SIDEWALKS. PATIOS, garages, cupboards, tram- Ing, finishing ,ind lorm work. Free es- 11 mates Guaranteed No lol) loo trrall. Phone 3380787 or 3JS- Ice still of great importance 70 GARDENING MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE eitlmfltei. Pruning. Irlmmlng and fell- Ins. Call 32B-2W. 7030-U HAIRDRESSER REQUIRED, PRE- furably t" per kneed, Wage plus com- mission. Phons 3384739 or apply 2h sf.S. C3l80-llh QOX NUMBERS iS 71 98 100 141 112 113 US PUBLIC NOTICE ROTOTILLIHG LAWN AND GAR- den care. Hedge Irlmminr rnfltes. SBlisfaclInn 1'JAr Chris anytime, Call LACQV.HEE KURSEHIEHS COAL- dale. Phone 34HS33. Open Monday nnrl Fi-ldjy until p.m. Closed Wednesdays and Sundays. Available Everorten Irees All planls quranleed. Free delivery lo Lelhbrldge. CJlOa-tfh 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES HEAVY ROASTING HENS, 3i CENTS per Ih. pan ready. Discount on [oli. Farm grown fryers, n cyrnls per pan ready, on doien lols. Free delivery. Also cuilom hilling. H. CMldale. Phone 34S-3324. SEALED rlvcd Ly tin a.n PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT TENDERS will be r- up 1o II the folio- day, AuiusI ?Sth, f, Inp wcrk; Cofislrucllon of a precait concrete slrinner slrucfura carry highway n over Ihe C-P.R. tracki wesl of Ccch- r-ane. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES SIAMESE CATS FOR SALE. PHOTIE CUDDLY SIAMESE KITTENS. EX- with children. Fantastic hui Ingi tfogi Engllih Pointer. 359-49 Bridge Engineer, HfQhways Bulldlngj [idmonlon. Office cf thi District glnecr, Admlniitrallnn Dulldlng, Lelh- brldge, and Oflke of the OltFrkr En- gineer, Building, Cnlgary and wljl be avflilatle only to Individ- uals domiciled and operating Tn Provrnco of Alberfa, or lo partncr- ihlpi or cornornlloni registered and opcmllng and who have eilablUhed a fixed place of business In 1Ko Province of Alter fa. A deposit of Iwenty-flve lol Tars will be required for men copf of Contract and Specifi- cation) tnXen. EatM bfd must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equaf lo T> per cent of tender, Tenders will be opened In public. The eit or any tender not necessarily SWEETGRASS Eva, pass- ed away in Lethbridgc on Mon- day, August I4lh, 1072 at the age of years, txjloved wife of Alfred Swectgrass of the Blood Reserve, Mrs. Swectgrass was Irorn 16, 1917 in Cardston and has continued to live in the area until her sud- den passing- Survivors include her hash and, Alfred; her chil- dren, Bertha, Mary, Catherine, Arthur, Fredrick, Gordon, Rosie, Alfreda, and Alfred Jr.; lf> grandchildren; five brothers, Louis, Mike, Stanley, Billie and Edward; two sisters, Susia and Margaret. Requiem mass will be said in St. Catherine's Catholic Church at Standoff on Friday, August 18th at 10 a.m., with Father Poulin as cel- ebrant. Interment will follow in the Standoff Cemetery. Pray- ers and wake will he held at tha home of the family, Thurs- day, August 17th (tonight) from 7 p.m, CHR1STENSEN SALM- ON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C3695 OTTAWA (CP> once covered all Ice, which of Canala, 1 1TTER BOX TRAINED KITTENS, qlvlng awey (o good homes. 338-8276, J p.m. 7300-17 REGISTERED BLACK LABR A D O R frx sale. Six monmv crid. Phone 327- 6177. 7I9H9 THREE REGISTERED D03ERMAH Plnsthcr puppies. From charm- rlon bloodlines. No Sunday Nobleford. 719 EVEN MONTH OLD MALE GER- Tan Shcphenl tfoq. Champion Wood- ne Tflllwcil nnd Imrnunijctl rxcel- pnt walch I ion ft Milk (Ivfr. 7024-13 puM. P flellvtfrv. ItlHJI AKC hr nv. S T- BERNARDS. V. E. WcCUNE Deputy Mlnliler of HlQhways end Transport U.S. economy regaiiiiiig pep CARDS OF THANKS BUIILTN We wish to ex- press our thanks to all our rela- tives, friends and neighbors, for flowers, food, cards expressing sincere sympathy for the puss- ing of a dear wife, mother and grandmother. Special thanks to Ihc doctors and nurses of the Coaldale Hospital. Your cereness and kindness will al- ways ho appreciated. Philp Buhlin and family 73W still Is of fantastic importance to an understanding and full development of the north, Dr. Edward Whalley of the Nation- al Research Council says. But to understand ice ses, ono needs a basic under- standing of the physics and chemistry of ice for- mation, structure and ways ol acting and reacting u n d er stresses and strains, he said. This week, Dr. Whalley Is chairman of a five day inter nation al sympos Sum on tho physics and chemistry which brings together more than 125 experts on ice from most coun trios in the world. He described the symposium as mainly "inside" technics sessions offering an opportun ily for scientists to exchang i tifomi ri ion and d Lscuss ates developments together. Topics include discussions 01 -he molecular structures of ic crystals, dielectric and spectr properties, diffusion of gases in ce crystals and crystal ic strengths, Dr. Lars Onsagcr o f Y a' University, New Haven, Conn the 1968 Nobel prize winner to chemistry, opened tho sympos ium with a discussion on tl- way clec trie current t rave flirough ice ami review th10ME PARK IN THE LETHBRIOGE AREA. FULLY DF.Vfil.OPEO WITH LENT RETURN OfJ INVESTMENT. IOOK REALTY. PHONT: C33S9-H HAY REALTY LTD. COLIEGE MAIL Phone 327-7975 or 327-7077 BEAUTY SALON eQ rfryprs lixallno Plenty ol i llONTflBAL (CP) The United Slates economy is re- gaining enough pep lo make economists optimistic for con- tinued growth during Ihe nexl 12 montlis, William C. Frcuml, vice-president and chief econo- mist of the New York .Stock Ex- change, said Tuesday. A recent survey of monitors of Hie American Statistical As- sociation produced tlie pre- diction that the Gross National Product will increase by 9.7 per cent lo billion this year, ho told the association's IMnd annual meeting here. Real growth, a rise In the physical production of goods and services, would account for more, than six per cent of IWs increase and inflation less than .l.r. per ccnl, he said. Last year real growth mounted to less than three per cent but inflation approached live per cent of tho ONP in- THIELEN To express sin- cere gratitude to the doctor, nurses and staff of the Border Counties Genera! Hospital, Milk Ilivcr, for care given during my illness. A special Oianks to the liasilian Fathers from bridge, to all who visited me, [or gifts, flowers and cards. Your concern and kindness is truly appreciated. --Marie Tiiielcn Phone 'or lurUi AVIV (AP) Tlie Is military command lifted (lie niglit curfew beginning Tuesday from nil urban areas in tho occupied Strip, an f.'.Mil.SON A sincere thank you to Mrs. Kay Nagy; staffs at (.he Picture Ruttc and St. Michael's Hospitals; to friends aud reJr..tives for eare and kind- nesses me during my confinement Mrs. Weltha Carlson, Ixtfhhridgc Auxiliary Hospital. 7271 lUiAOY Wo wish to express our sincere thanks lo our rcla- lives friends who sent flow- ers, cards, and the many visits an Inquiries during Hurley's slay at St. Miclmcl's Hospital. A heartfelt thanks to Uio order- lies, Uio nursing staff and am- bulance ntlendanls of Ihe SI. Michael's Ilospilal. A very spe- cial lhanks to the farmers and friends for Ihe belp they gave Resignation recjuested FREDER1CTON (CP) Pn micr Ricliard Ilalficld nounccd Imlay thai lie h nskwl for the resignation of C. Van Home as Bnin. wick tourism minister. In a sfatcmcnt, tho prami said liis decision was hased my oonciliision Hint has riously failed to satisfy the standards I believe necessary will! rcspccl to his responsi- bility (o administer the depart- ment's programs within its budget, and in accordance with generally accepted procedures nml praclices as those relate to the spending of public monies." Premier Hatfickl said tbo tourism department's activities nnd spending will come under immediate review, and Treas- ury Hoard Minister I.cblane has been appointed acting minislcr of tourism. army spoltesTrian announced. It believed bo Iho first lime Ihe Iccniirig towrns and vil- lages of tlio refugee-packed strip Imvo without n cur- few since Uia 1967 war. in the sowing of our grain and the working of mir snmmor- fallow nnd so very many other things. Ymi have all been won- derful. Harlcy is now in the Auxiliary Ilospilal and i.s doing very well. Brady family, Ndrieford. RECORDS SOLAR KTORM WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. spacecraft have discovered a violent solar slorm Hint may have produced the highest enerpy radialion ever recorded from Ihe sim, thn Naliona1 Acronaulics and Space Admin- islralion said recently "Kncrgj' released in a one-hour period Aug. 7 was equal fo Ihe entire U.S. electric power con sumption for 100 million years at tho present rate of NASA said in a news release The data obtained by OSO 7, Uio Orbiting Solar Obscrva I lory that has circling tha 72511 earth for about a year. THERE'S PROOF YOU GET LOW LOW PRICES AT SIMPSONS-SEARS HIKER BOOTS Full grain reverse suede with comfy wedge rubber In beige, bitter chocolate, or blue for her. Beige or blue for him. Women's Sizes S to 10 Canvas Oxfords and Boots Wear them for iporii or to Kitlc- around In. Casual eanvai with iponga cushion Injolw. Men'i iliei t lo 13, Blaclc only. Boyi' 1 lo 5, Black and While. Vinyl Sport Shoes While with bluo ilripes moke them look like the famous sportshoes, but cost far less. Clean- able vinyl. Spongo insole. Men's 6 to 12, boys' 1 to 6. SIMPSONS-SEARS Quality Costs No More At Simpsons-Sears STORE HOURS: a.m. to p.m. Thursday ond Friday a.m. 9 p.m. Village. Telephone 328-9231.