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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Augujt 31, 1972 THE LHHBRIDGE HERAID 21 63 MUSIC TEACHERS VIOLIrl LESSONS, O. B. BHIJT- ion, A.H.C.M., 632 2lsf 4t. S. Phono 7m--M3 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES EXPERIENCE t) MUSIC TEACHER requires Apply 615 Urn M. C N. Phono 337.1208. 7Ji? 5 PIANO TEACHER AT COALDALE 30 years experience. Mri. Rosemarv Oeafes, 34J-4603. PIANO LESSONS FOR BEGIHHERS, 241h St. and ?lst Ave. S. Phono Mrs, Mandln at 323-1301. B137-4 PIANO AMD THEORY LESSONS COM- menclng ]n September. 721 191h SI, s. Phona MM. M, ToMeslrup 31S- 6M1. Slytfenla o( MRS. ELYN MELLS R. Muj., pltase phone now for fai lesion schedules al yit-Wi8, aller p.m. MRS. J. W, WOZAK ATCM R.fA.T. of pJano and Iheory, 131J 3lst 51. A S., lelhbrtdge. Lakevltw School area. 326-1096. 787.M CARL CULLER MUSIC STUDIO 314 6rh SI. S. PIANO AND THEORY LESSONS Wallm Ballads Old Time Latin American Rotk your L.H.? Do you L.H. Open chcrrli. open and rolled sevenths open and rolled tenths. f HONE 328-OJOl. 91h AVE. HARDWARE BUSI- for aate. Phone 6 SUBSTANTIAL INCOME TUIL OR PART-TIME OWNER OPERATORS REQUIRED IN THIS AREA FOR HEW HIGH PROFIT VENDING EQUIPMENT (LOCATED) Fully m 1, 11200-18900, .ecured by good credit Herald. bank finance, equipment find your ratfng, Reply lo 6c BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES EARN MONEY IN SPARE TIME Ht.n or Women lo re-stock and collect money from Type high coin opcraled dispensers In your area. Ho telling. To qualify, must have car, references, 11000 lo cash, Seven to 1 waive hours car> net excellent Fncome, lul! your roolr 1 Births, Deaths, Funerals, r I Cfcznfc 1 i; Memoriams t CP Air matches fare reductions person.nl phone ni Interview imbcr. Including V. DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED Dept. "A" 1117 Tecumich Road, WINDSOR Ontario DEATHS DOWNS Passed away sud- denly in llio cily on Monday, August 28, 1972, Mr. Jolm Ilcil- ry (Jack) Downs, al Die age oi 71 years, beloved husband ol Mrs. Gwen Downs of 232 24Ui St. S. The funeral tcrvicu will held OH Friday at 3 p.m., in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., will] Rev. Dr. H. W. K. Elliott and Rev. A. T. King officiating. In- MRS. CATHERIKE PROWSE FANCHER A.T.C.M. TEACHER post Graduate. 1 end one Iifllf years ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Speclallllnq In ELEWIEHTARY TEACHING. Piano beginning Sept. Violin Gerjlnninq OCTOBER. Phone 327.W37 or 315-0677 S1. Mlthatl'i District 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY Kafhleen Slringam Thompson Member of ACTORS EQUITY ASSO- CIATION Is now registering students tor singing Mrs. Thompson wai recently In- dfana UnlvorslJy Martha Llplcn and at DYU. She has wTiarm-.d with CIRCLE VALLEY THEATRES as yjtll BS severe) scaons Le1h Bridge Musical Theatres. Htr experience In- cludes classical, modern and musical theatre perform! ng. Private lessons begin Scplember lit. 328 W 53. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED College Malt. Phor.fl 378-3331 The- widest facility cwallablc. con- slder ALL TYPES cf morljage termcnt will follow in Moun- tain View Cemetery. DEATHS ADAMS Thomas Willis, passed away in the city on Mon- duy, August 28, 1072, at the age of 75 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Maude Adams of Hay- inond. Funeral services will be TORONTO (CP) CP Air to- day proposed to match Air Can- ada's recently-announced fare reductions on domestic long- haul flights, hut recommended also that short-haul fares re- main al the present level. President John C. Gilmer told a news conference CP Air does not agree wilh Air Canada's proposal to Increase fares on short nights, especially the husy Montrcal-Toronto-Otlawa triangle. He said CP Air Instead pro- posed a 20-pcr-ccnt reduction on Toronto-Montreal flights de- parting from Toronto tietwcen 9 p.m. and midnight. At least three flights, the bst leg of CP held on Friday, )'J72 at 2 p.m. Slake Chapel, September I, in Hie Taylor wilh Bishop Friends may pay their MAETIN BROS. respects at MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th SI. N. I'lione 32S-23G1. MARTIN BROS. LTD., of Funeral Service. C4000 James Bridge officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the family plot In the Stirling Cemetery, may meet the family and pay their respects at the Cliristenscn Chanel on Thurs- day, August 31 from 8 until S p m. CUIUSTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C3997 75 CONTRACTS TILE AND CEMENT D J. Construction. 318-3370 64 SEWING SERVICES WAtlT MENDIfJG DONE? WR1TK my number 3J7-e3ia and give mo a call. DouL or Sli-'iCCO. ROOFING, SIDING, garacc, klfchcns, cabinets, bath iCfrTs, cersmle Town cr y. Phone 333-2071. 3JH-N Al UMItlUM DOORS. NO MAItnEHANCE HO CHANG- ING. PII01IE JONES ROOFING It, C9'8H IMACHACEK Passer] away suddenly in- Calgary on Tues day, August 29, 1072, Linda Ann At a c h acekp, at the age of 1C years, Moved daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Frank M a c h a cek of Rarons. Born in Lcthbridgc 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST ri'JLKY IRISH K IJ I T sv.eater. No buttons. 73B-67J7, evsnlngs FOUND LAKEVIEW AREA, FRI- dav, arnalt, male, thrown, PtHncse cross tlofl. Phone 3S7-4923. 66 PERSONAL CUSTOM FURNITURE REMODEL- Ing. Ofrice furniture, cupboard' vcn tics. THE FINEST CRAFTSMAN SHIP. Phone GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT 'work and stuccoing. Anderson and sorenson Conslruclion, 1020 ?fh Ave. S. Phono 3-J7-6M2. C7377-1f Five LMUf women candidates elected MOLNAR Passed away in the city on Tuesday, August 29, 1972, Mr. George Molnar, at the age of M years, of S.S. No. 16 [lollag Sub-division, Leth- bridge. Bom and raised in Hungary the late Mr. Molnar came to Canada in 1957, first to Brooks and then in 1959 to Lelhbridgc. He has con- tinued to reside Iwre until his passing. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Gyorgyi Bcren- inda Ann Grade student at >ns at the was Fivo Bar- time REMODEL- CARPENTRY Ing, repairing, or country. I Phone 3282077 cr C3i20-tl BUILD GARAGES, HOW.ES, CAR- PORTS. SIDEWALKS, PATIOS AND FENCING. LOU SCHAMP, PROP., 1264 Sir, AVE. S. 328-2120. F E tJ C E S, SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, EMERY'S BOOKING SERVICE groups tor all occasions. Wed- dings, clubs, etc. Phone 323-2847. __________ garage: Ing, finishing and lo tlmatcs. Guaranteed ion loo small. Prior cupboards, ffam- m Frto es- work ma nil.! p. No i or 3XS- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 337-E049 or 338-3246. after a.m. TRIO TO PLAY EVERY SATURDAY FOR DINNER DAflCE IN A FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. PHONE MR. KOBER AT 377-5701. C371B-5 TEENS Are you living wtlJi a problem di In Your home? There Inn and Kelp for y o M7-5310, Marilyn 375-E 7064. understand- Phone Jean 72; Jane 337- JUJ-tlli MARRIED AAAN FOR YEAR ROUND work crt farm. Should have some ex- perience entile and machinery. Must have own car and lurniture. Modern rtoir.n with utlJltrei supplied school bus to acKf. Phone- 236-37J7, cr write Terms Ltd., Oox 324, Gran urn. 79-12-lts 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, j-cnflng Epedolliing in chimneys, brick, cement bleeps, cement flnkhtng, stuc- coing, fireplaces, hsuse raising. 325; PAINTING AND DECOR- vlnyl and spray- FRED 5TEINER CEMENT old hasemenls dug, water proofing. In- sured, tree estimates. Phone 377-8286. C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel live-ling. Compaction equip- ment. Concrete equipment. Corral cleaning, phcna 328 4765. HJO 2nd Ave. s. CWJ-lf PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE DRYWALLIMG, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings, repair work. Plicne KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICF KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE C3751-t( SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL THAT Arthur Thompson will no longir be responsible for debt! olher than those Incurred or with hli express consent. A73 TENDERS the 5 p. rr CTure Bulle September tlth, 157? far a Pick-up Truck. Thn following sptcHlcatlom quIreU: 131 Inch whMlhaie; V-fl mo1w [over 300 curtlc 3 speed; heavy 2nd AVB. S. Phone 323-5114. C6924-IT COMMERCIAL AMD RESIDENTIAL WINDOW CLEANING, LIGHT FIX- TURE CLEANrNG AND EAVES- TROUGH CLEAN I KG. PHONE 338- 4705-11 SALES AMD SERVICE, SER- vices on all rn-tkes and dryer i, automatic or conventional. Alto All small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, rte. No too large died on Ihe 31st flay of July, A.D. TAKE NOTICE that All persom hav- ng upon the pstate cf The sbova must life the undermen- ridAV fvcninrr. SVednesdflvl nr.cn L-ntil p.m anil Sundays 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES GROWN, YOUNG ehj roasfinrj rlilckem. J2 cenU per pan re.iily. on loll. Free (1C F'honc 3.15073 J. C- >2 PETS AND SUPPLIES JOANNE'S POODLE AUD PET CLtP ping Servtro Tor flppalnlmant 378-3763. 81B93 ONE YEAR OLD TERRIER PUP. Good v-p-llh children. Phone 61JM BOARDIMG F'OR 'heir clnlms Y HUCKVALE, WILDE AND KRUSHEL Acadla Bulltlinji, Albort.i Sollclrori tor rxccul NcHiO TiJilfv nVicElroy. f tecurlriei held of her sudden passing. Besides her loving parents, she is sur- vived by one sister, Shirley and three brothers, Dennis, Jfirry and Larry all nt home; her gran do are nts, Mr. and Mrs. Jo- seph 'Machacek of Turin and Mr, and Mrs. Martin Balaz oE Let hbri d gc. Prayers H bo E aid on Th ursday (this eve- ning) at p.m., in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass 'ill be concelehrated on Fri- day at a.m., in St. Pat- rick's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father D. J. Vornbrocfc and Rev. Father J. Flynn cel- ebrants. Interment will follow in Ui2 Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects al Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Phono 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Jacob Benjamin, passed away on Wednesday, August 30, 1972, in Coaldale at the age of BB years, Iwloved husband of the late Mrs. Agnes ot Mr. Janz was born in Russia in 1884 and was n teacher there for 21 years bo- fore coming to Ontario in 1924. In 1927 ho moved to Coaldalo area where he took up farming and continued until his retire- ment in 1547 when he moved into Coaldale. lie was one ot the founders of the Coalctalo Health Society and was instru- mental in bringing the first doctor to Conldalc. Mr. Jnnz .served on tho school board for many years and took nn active part in community affairs. He was also secretary-lrcanurer of The Monnonite Brethren Church for many years. Mr. Janz is survived by three sons, Jacob and Jolin of Coaldale and Benjamin of Edmonton, and three o'mighlcrs, Mrs. Agnes Hubert and Miss Helen Janz, both of CoaldaJc and Mrs. Ly di a Toews of Cle arbrook, B.C.; 2G grandchildren and 11 grea t-gra ndchi 1 d ren, also two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Tocws of St. Catherines, OnE. and Mrs. Helen Toews of Coaldale. Fu- neral services will be held in The M c n n o n it c Brethren Church al Conldalo on Satur- day, ScptemlKT 2, 1972 at p.m. wilh interment to follow in the family plot at the Coatdalo cemetery. CHRISTEN SEN yi, of Budapest, Hungary; two grandchildren, and one step sis- ter In Hungary. The funeral service will be held on Friday at I'CO p.m., in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., with Rev. Fa- ther Ken Forrester OMI offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C4001 VICTORIA (CP) Despite the defeat of tsvo female mem- bers of the Social Credit cabi- net, six women managed Wednesday to win election to the British Columbia legisla- ture, including Rosemary Brown, who will become the first black woman to sit in a legislature In Canada. Miss Brown, known in Van- couver for her work with the status of women council, won a Vancouver-Burard seat for the New Democratic Party and was one of five NDP women elected. The other woman came from the Social Credit ranks. Patri- cia Jordan, minister withou portfolio in the government W. A. C. Bennett, was one o: the few ministers who managed to retain her seat. Defeated, however, were col leagues Grace McCarthy and Isabel Dawson, both also minis Air' Vancouver-Montreal ters portfolio. Another female Agnes Kripps, was member also de- FUNERAL WKST Funeral service for Oliver B. West, Moved husband of Mrs. Ruth West of Z512 5th Ave. A. N. who died in the city Friday, Aug. 25, 1972, at the age of 71 years, was held at 2 feated. in her bid to retain Vancouver South scat for th Social Credit party. Mr. Kripps and Mrs McCarthy met defeat at th hands of other women cand: dates. Phyllis Young of the NDP dc feated Mrs. McCarthy in Van couver-LHUe Mountain an Daisy Webster, wife of forme MLA and MP Arnold Wehste beat out Mrs. Kripps. Also elected from (he NDP distaff ranks were Karen Sane ford, who captured Comox an defeated Municipal Affairs Mil ister Dan Campbell in the proc p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 29, 1972, .in trie Mountain' View Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints with Bisnop Bruce Jacobs officiating. Pall- bearers were Brent and Recce Nelson, Glenroy West, and Rickey, Handal and Kerry Lynn Widmere. Interment was in Lhe Mountain View Ceme- tery. Christenscn Salmon Fu neral Home Ltd., Directors o Funeral Service, was in charge of the arangcments. ss, and Eileen Dailly, who won eleclion in Bumaby-North. Mrs. Dailly, first elected to ic legislature in 1966, has clcd as her party's education ritic and is expected lo be amed education minister when o Barrett choscs his cabi- et. The final score showed 19 of he 25 women candidates were transcontinental runs which have been operating at a 25- per-cent passenger load factor, would be affected by the night- time reduction. CP Air's announced new fare schedule comes a month after Air Canada said it was propos- ing to the Canadian transport commission that long-haul fares be reduced but that short-haul fares be increased as com- pensation. The fare schedules would be effective Oct. 1. NO PRICE WAIt Mr. Gilmer said he Is certain .here vrill be no price war be- en us directives to act b> concert" to avoid the dual ays- .em that existed between 1902 and 1905. Under the plans of both alr- .ir.es the one-way faro Toronto to Vancouver after Oct. 1 would tx; first class compared with the present and economy class compared wilh the present Hound-trip ex- cursion rates would decrease to from the current However, Air Canada recom- mended slight Increases in the heavy-density Toronto-Montreal run, to from 541 for one- way first-class at Oct. 1 and to from the present for nsucccsful lee Lion. in their bids for LARGE LEAF The bigleaf maple has the argest undivided leaf of any Canadian tree species. economy. CP Air wants present rales to remain. the :ween the airlir.es. The jansport commission would probably accept one schedule and have it apply to air carriers. "We hope the government will accept our schedule be- cause It docs offer the public lower fares." The CP Air president said he was surprised when Air Canada unilaterally announced its pro- posed new fare struclure Aug. 1 "because the government had Deaths yesterday By TUB CANADIAN PRESS Lcibowliz, 59, French composer and in- fluential musir_Til theorist whose pupils included composer and conductor Pierre Boulez, alter suffering a heart attack. Oberaudorf, West Magnus Freiherr von Braun, 94, father of. rocket uirard Wer- nhcr von Braun and a cabinet minister in the final days of tha Weimar Rep'jblic. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere DistiJIed, Blsnded and Bottled in Scotland by White Horso Distillers Ltd., Scotland GENERAL INTERIOR EXTERIOR CARDS OF THANKS HVANB Sincere thanks to my doctors, the nurses and staff on surgical one and two at the Municipal Hospital. Special thanks to Sue and to my friends who brought and sent flowers. Ruth Hvanb C3988 GROVES I wish to thank all the people who made my stay in the hospital so much brighter; to all my friends for their visits, flowers and cards, Thank you. Groves. 8190 SALMON LTD., mcuts. FUNERAL HOME charge of arrange- C3998 PUBLIC NOTICE GOOD CHILDREN'S OCG TO given nw.iy. 133 3035, 8176-1 HEtPl WE THREE KITTENS, NEED n pTiome! or our next will he phone 1780IQ9, filler S p.m. 8119? 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WELDING SHOP WELL ESTA lUhRri Btx.ki flvrtllAl on request, Wrife Hex 143, Herald. 77B8-B FENDER FOR THE PURCHASE OF REAL PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION, 903 3 AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGH, AtBERTA Tender ti'MrcHcrt 1o Ihe under- iltinciJ, will he rrcolvcd up to p.m. Seplemtmr 30, A! 3rd Avenue Srxjlh, Lelhbrldqc, AlbtrM, tor Ihe purchnsc of Properly at Lr.U 31 ftnfl Otock )i, 4J53S, (n CHy ol LclhtirldflB In Ihe Inrc of Allicrlfl, Municipal Address: W3 Ard Avcm'O South, Lelhbridgp, Albcrla Path Irndcr must he nccompflnled by ft ccrlilied rhcquo (w 10 per cent tf Ihfl frnder Jimounf, whkh will M ap- plied To purchase prlco If tM tender Is accepted. All tcnJt-r will ba hetil unlH it tender Tender tfepoilli of unsuccessful ten- riereri be relurnrd of ll f-e paysbfe To Irie Albcrla Association not 1hAr. liffcf days prfor to vocant pciiscssio Motor n C1S1 being GOOO RESTAURANT IN. hold for beside highway. Good RMSonnhrp rent to parlf. Phone 377-7178, C3W5-7 conrcc.TiojjFRY TOR SALE. GOOD I oc 81 ion, l.llh St. N., At' Irvciulrlei (fays nr after i p.m. 7600-tl Iflnco ol his tender, ihc ilcposH shAll forfolled. THE HIGHEST OR ANY TENDER WILL HOT NECESSARILY ClE AC- CEPTED, Thrt huiMino cnnlnlni stiuare (ce! fAIr ccndirionim emt narpelinq Twelve t13) paved parking lol in roflr. J. R. RHODES Seer eta ry-Manager i ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD HYDRO AND EtECTRIC THE HAMLET OF LUNDBRECK DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AppllcaUon No. tS74 NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that, unless lion by B person hiving a (Iric Inliresl In the matter Is filed on or be- fore September M, 197J, Ihe ur.. nnd wMh applicanl af Ui eddrrsi set cut below, the Board may grnnf appHrallon by Calgary Pmvcr Ltd, for amendment of approval Us e reck lc rilslrlbuUon svilem by en- lArcirmenl c.( Us servlco aren lo (n- c'utle the Hamlet cf and surrounding area, lor reichilon ot Ihe approval ol Die electric dislrkbu- lion syslem erf Iho Manrtlet ot l.und- brrck. Copies ot Ihe appllcairon and Infor- mation and p.irticulara tiled In support thereof may be by Jniereired person! from applleunt, Calgary Power Ltd., Avcnu'i S. PATTERSON We wish to express our sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for Ihcir kindness and sympathy shown us at Ihe loss of our dear husband, father and grand- father. Their thought fulness in gifts of food, floral arrange- ments, sympathy cards and do- nations to the heart fund were deeply appreciated, A special thanks lo the pallbearers, Mar- tin Bros, and those who helped with lunch and in any way to ease our burden. Also thanks to Rev. Blake Anderson for his sincere and appropriate message. Your thoughtfillness will always be cherished in our memory. Patterson and family. 8177 IN MEMORIAM KOTOPKEO In loving mem- ory of Heryln Marie, a dear mom rmrl grandmother, who passed away Aug. 30, What we would give if we cmihl say, We arc fining My mom Iwlay. To sco hsr face, to sec lier smile, To si L r. ml talk with her n while, Rii L we h arc 1 ost, and God has gained, Trie best of moms the world contained. memories, Donna, Jerry and her four grand- children. 817G BIG SAVINGS ON EXTERIOR LATEX MONAMEL. SEMI-GLOSS MONAMEL HOUSE TRIM G.P. PORCH FLOOR ENAMEL 898 GAL. QUART 300 WALLCOVERING PATTERNS IN STOCK! OG7 DATED lit Calgary, Alberta, o August J9, ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD N, A. Macleod, Board Scllci'or A S. Vf. Canary, HIE IN CRASH QUITO, Ecuador (AP) A bus swerved off a highway and plunRMt clnmi a ravine MO mites north of Quito, killing persons and injuring at least 20, authorities reported Mon- day. NOW IS THE TIME TO BRIGHTEN UP YOUF HOME INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BIS SAVINGS ON GENERAL PAINT'S FIRST QUALITY, INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR YOU SEE THE GENERAL PAINT SIGN. BUY NOW! SALE ENDS SEPT. 23rd GENERAL PAINT WALLCOVERINGS 1005 3rd Avenue South OPJN B A.M. TO i P.M. MONDAY r SATURDAY Phone 328-9221 or 328-9222 ;