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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 77 MUtlCUNSAND ENTERTAINMENT EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE DANCE GROUPS. FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS. ETC. PHONE 328- 2867. 71 LOST AMD FOUttt Lost Male white years Nov. wearlnj choker dog licence and flea tag. Phone p.m.. 327- after 328-9859 5171-10 79PEMONAL Y'smenenes Santa Claus suit for rent Make your bookings now. 328- 5164. 5245-7 Lose look better lor Cnnsl mas with exercise 327-2151. p m 4-30-8 p m 4292-17D Birth Control and Information Centre. 542 7th St. S. Phone 328- 0196. C3125-M Sincere gentleman non-drinker would like to share Christmas season with lady Write box Herald 5223-11 Party Books etc. For your free write Novelties. PO Box Station Scarborough M1K 5B9. 5295-19 Have your basic rights been in- We are concerned. Phone 328-3856. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ALBERTA HUMAN RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES ASSO- CIATION. 3144-tf ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking phone 327-8049 or 328-3246. after 7.30 p.m 80 SERVICES REPAIRS Kirby Vacuum Sales and Service Kirby Company of Lethbridge 328 C3751-tf DRYWALLING TAPING SPRAYING CEILINGS REPAIR WORK. PHONE 328-7362 2943-tt Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber corporate etc. Same-day service 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-5114. C6924-tf Maytag Sales and Service Services on all makes of washers and automatic or conventional Also all small lawn vacuum etc. No job too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE 905 3RD AVE. S. Phone 327-4456. C7353-H M GARDENING Winter work special. Trees and hedges trimmed. Trees removed for less. Phone 327-2641. C5837-tf McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates. trimming and felling. Call 327- 1323. 7030-tf Trees and shrubs pruned or removed by experienced horticulturalist Satisfaction guaranteed Free es- timate 328-7672 or 328-6382. 4390-8 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Fryers also custom work H Dyck Phone 345-3224 C2587-tf Fryers and roasters live at coop wholesale Duane Welling 752-2132. 3950-20D 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Tiger striped kitten to be given away to good home 328-9549. 5198-11 Two Gerbels for the cost of cage 327-1150 X4015-12 Four farm dogs. Phone 327-9796 or L. East Coalhurst 5298-8 Free Part Shepherd pups. Phone 345-3725. 5224-7 Registered Springer Spaniel pups excellent bloodline Phone 1- 783-5189 Ponoka. 5033-8 Six registered Australia Queensland Heeler pups Phone Raymond 4279-ti For sale Female German Shepherd and dog house. Phone 329-3273. 5297-8 Wanted male German Shepherd Six months to one year old Phone Cardston. 5317-8 One female French Poodle pup Pureored. black not registered Phone Lomond 5296-8 Poodle puppies one one female. Nine weeks old Partly trained Phone 327-8795. 5196-7 For sale miniature American Eskimo puppies. pure white. Phone 867-2255 Foremost. 5246-11 Christmas puppies registered Black Labradors Top field trial blood lines. Jim 345-3591. Box 792. Coaldale 5338-8 Registered Hungarian Viszla. Two year old spayed female. Very good hunting prospect Phone 327- 3053 5337-8 Cute black for sale. Eight months old. House broke. Loves children. Raymond. 5226-8 Boarding for pets Personalized care Reservations suggested. Southalta Barnwell 223- 4130. C5459-15D Registered Bntany Spaniel puppies. Permanent shots. OFA certified. Ex- cellent as field and show. Phone G. A. Taber. 4915-22h 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES HAY REALTY LTD. College Mall PHONE 328-1171 MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Combined restaurant and grocery store in prime location in Alberta Excellent return for small in- vestment. AM restaurant equipment new In past five months. Low rental contract on building available. M L.S. C5318-tf ROYAL TRUST 323 7 ST. S. Phone 328-7761 Multiple Listing Service TRUCKING BUSINESS Two late model tandem trucks. Cattle and grain haul. Well established with steady work. Both trucks are 20 ft body jobs with hoists and tag axles. One 1969 Ford tilt one 1973 Loulvile. included late model mobile home with large lot. This business is located In a prosperous with excellent school facilities. EXCLUSIVE. Call WES CUTFORTH at 327-8657. 88 DUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Tow truck and garage equipment lor sale. Phone 327-0922 C5853-8 For Blacksmith and welding shop in an excellent farming district. Please phone 235-3662 or Claresholm. 4808-27 PARTNER Should be handy with tools. Able to devote 12 to 15 hours a week Ear- nings in excess of per year. Cash investment of Ideal for semi-retired or shift worker. Write Box Herald 4962-6 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. CS216-H MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South 328-3251. C7769-tf SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. College phone 328-3331. Commercial properties. Farms and city or town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C5803-8 90 CONTRACTS _________ Economy painting and decorating. Very very reasonable Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf Painters. Qualified work guaranteed. Free estimates Phone 328-6911. 7169-tf Garage cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson 10207th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-1I Fences built Miscellaneous building Concrete etc Hauling Jim 2480A-tf Fred Sterner cement old basements water proofing. In- free estimates. Phone 327- 8286 C3661-U ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. C1936-tf PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE Take notice that my Jessie having left my bed and I will no longer be responsible torany debts incurred by her. Peter Berger D24 INVITATION TO TENDER TOWN OF OKOTOKS Sealed tenders marked for the Town of Pollution Control will be received until p m M S T December 20th 1973 at the office of the Secretary-Treasurer in Okotoks. The project consists of the construc- tion of a concrete lined oxidation control centre and related works. Bona-fide contractors may obtain plans and specifications from the of- fice of the Consulting Engineers in on deposit ol in the form of a certified cheque made payable to the which amount will be refunded upon the return of the above documents good order within ten days of the date' fixed for the closing of lenders If not returned within the above the deposit will be forfeited Plans and specifications will also be on view at the Lethbndge and Calgary Construction Association offices Tenders must be accompanied by a written consent of and a cer- tified cheque or bid bond in the amount of ten per cent of the tendered amount made payable to the Town of Okotoks The successful bidder will be required lo post a 50 per cent Performance Bond and a 50 per cent Labour and Materials Pay- ment Bond within ten days of be- ing awarded the contract The Owner reserves the right to waive informalities or reject any or all or to accept the tender deemed most favourable for the pro- ject D. G Mathieu Consulting Engineering Ltd 7335 Flint Road S E Alberta T2H 1G3 Mr. R. H. Foose Secretary-Treasurer Town of Okotoks Alberta D25 Regional Expansion Economic Economique Expansion Regionale PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION TENDER FOR WATERMAIN AND DOMESTIC SEWER CONSTRUCTION Sealed tenders will Be received oy the undersigned until local Regina on Thursday. December 20.1973. tor the Town ol Contract Water and Sewer Exten- sions. The site of the work is located in the Town of Manitoba The work consists of the supply ol all materials lor and the installation of feet of 6 and 8 inch water- main and associated work. feet of B inch sewage forcemain. 2.330 feet of 10 and 12 inch domestic sewer main and associated work. The plans and specifications may be viewed in the Winnipeg. Saskatoon and Regina offices of the local Builders' Exchange or Construction Association and at the Regina and Winnipeg offices of P F.R.A instructions and forms for bidding may be obtain- ed from the undersigned at his office in upon desposit of twenty-five dollars cash or a certified cheque lor the payable to the Receiver General of which deposit will be redeemable upon the return of the plans and specifications in good order within one month after tenders have closed Tenders will not be considered unless made on the form supplied and in accordance with instructions Supplied with the specifications. Tenders must be ac- companied by security in the amount and form specified in the instructions. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By W. B. Thomson Chief P.F.R.A. 401 Motherwell Building Saskatchewan D21 OPEN ALL NIGHT NEW YORK City officials had good news Monday for New Year's Eve Bars and night clubs may remain open all night. The establishments nor- mally have to close at 4 a.m. In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Dvctmbw 1973 -THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD DEATHS MCKENDRY Passed away in the city on December following a brief Mr. James Roy McKendry at the age of 77 years. Born in the late Mr. McKendry came to Calgary in 1902 with his moved to Cardston in 1906 and to Lethbridge in 1908 where he has resided until his passing. The late Mr. Young served overseas in the First World War. He was a member of Masonic Lodge North Star. Besides his loving Win- he is survived by one Mrs. Marion Laudan of B.C. and two grandchildren. The funeral service will be held on Friday at p.m. in Martin Bros TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Avenue with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C5882 REID Of pass- ed away at Taber on December at age of 58 years. Born at September he lived at Elk Water before moving to in 1921. After serving with the Canadian forces during the Se- cond World Mr. Reid farmed at Vauxhall until tak- ing employment with the PFRA in 1951. are his wife two Miss Bonnie Mrs. Jerome three Mrs. Lillian Mrs. Dene Mrs. Kathleen one brother. Lacombe. Funeral services will be con- ducted from St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Vauxhall on December 8 at 11 with Miss Aldeen McKay and Rev. Ray Heffelfinger officiating. Interment will follow in Vaux- hall Cemetery with Legion Graveside Services. In lieu of flowers donation to the Cancer Oddie's appreciated. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME are in charge of arrangements. C5880 BAILEY Passed away in the city on Decembei following a brief Mr Dennis Edward Bailey at the age of 52 beloved husband of Mrs. Sheila Bailey of 282112th Avenue South. Born in raised and educated in the late Mr. Bailey served overseas in the Second World War with the Twentieth Second Division. He was an employee with the Post Office for the past 20 years. He was a member of the Navy and Airforce Veterans Club. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one son Frederick Leonard Bailey of two Mrs M. R. Downey of Cranbrook B Miss Denise Bailey of four Leonard S Stanford and Bernard Louis of Frederick of Douglas of Edmon- and five grandchildren. The Funeral Service will be held on December 1973 at p.m. in St. Augustines Anglican with Rev. L. Frank Lee of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. ____________________C5883 PUBLIC NOTICE Liberia GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. on Monday December 17. for the following TRUCK HAULING FOR BRIDGE WORK ON AS REQUIRED BASIS Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Ollice of the Chief Bridge Highways Office of the District Engineer. 4020 Bowness and Office of the District Administration Lethbridge and will be available only to individuals domiciled and operating in the Province of or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating m and who have established a fixed place of business in the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars will be required for each copy of Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accom- panied by a marked cheque or bond equal to of tender. Tenders will be opened in public The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted V E. McCune Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport D22 DEATH YOUNG Passed away in the city on December following a brief Mr. Basil Otto Young at the age of 62 formerly of Warner. The funeral service will be held on Friday at p.m. in the Warner Evangelical with Rev. R. F. Deimert of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Family Warner Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the Church from 12 noon until ser- vice time. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C5881 IN MEMORIAMS LYNES In loving memory of a dear son and who passed away December 1967. Memories are treasures no one can Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. No longer with our life to Still in our hearts you are always there remembered and sadly missed by dad and Candy. 5302 BARKER In loving memory of our dear Alta who passed away December 1972. She suffered in silence when no one knew. She never deserved what she went through. Take care of her Lord as she takes her For on this earth she was one of the best. missed by her Dad and and Betty. 5301 CHOMIAK In loving memory of a dear father and Nick who passed away December 1964. Softly the leaves of memory Gently we gather and treasure them unheard he is always Still still and very dear. remembered by his loving Rose and families. 5300-7 CARDS OF THANKS THULL I would like to sincerely thank the doctors and nurses of the Municipal Hospital in Lethbridge and Border Coun- ties Hospital at Milk River for the care during my stay. Many thanks to friends and relatives for cards and visits. Andrew J. Thull 5247 NEWTON I would like to sincerely thank the staff of St. Michael's Hospital for their excellent and thought- fulness during my stay in hoivlal from August to Oc- tober and the Therapy Dept. the past three weeks. Also a special thanks to the many visitors I had and to those who sent cards and flowers. Your thoughtfulness will not be forgotten. Ken Newton. 4943 CHESTER We would like to thank all many friends and relatives for their messages of floral tributes and kindness during the recent loss of our beloved father Chester. We also extend a special thank you to the members of the I.O.O.F. Oddfellows Lodge for their the Rev. Morris and Martin Bros. Funeral Directors for their kindness. W. C. Chester Family of Calgary The S. Oliver Family of Regina. 5299 ISAACSON We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all those who were so helpful and kind during our recent sad bereavement. Thanks to all those who participated in the funeral for the beautiful floral cards ancJ expressions of for the food sent to and to the Claresholm LDS Relief Society for serving lunch. Thanks also to the doctors and staff of the Grandview Nurs- ing Home for their kindness and care extended Mrs. Isaacson during her recent long illness family of the late Mrs Chloe Isaacson. 5339 CARD OF THANKS McLEOD The family of the late Mrs. Margaret McLeod would like to express their sincere and heartfelt thanks to the kind neighbors and relatives for floral sympathy food and calls we received during the loss of their dear mother and grand- mother. Thanks so much to her doctor and the nurses on the 2nd floor of St. Michael's for their wonderful care and kindness. Also a special thank you to Rev. L. Hankinson for his comforting to Oz and Beth Stubbs and the Messrs. Bill Bob Steve Peter Enns. Jack Bill Lingard and to Martin Bros. Your kindness is felt deeply and will always be remembered. Mary Powley and family 5340 Wiretap abuses forecast OTTAWA The wire- tapping bill passed by the Commons will be useless in preventing bugging of public servants' says Erik Nielsen Mr. a bitter oppo- nent of wiretapping who says his conversations have been said national-security provisions in the legislation will allow widespread abuse by government. there is a leak of cabinet documents there is not a single civil servant in the country that could not have his telephone tapped under this Mr. Nielsen said during debate on the bill. External Affairs Minister Mitchell in a case like that of the leaked confidential telegrams between Canada's ambassador to Chile Andrew Ross and the would not have hesitated to seek permission to wiretap from the Mr. Nielsen said. Luncheon launches sale of Churchill writings LONDON Baroness looking frail and leaning heavily on the arm of her was guest of honor Wednesday at a glittering literary luncheon to launch a limited edition of the complete collected works of Sir Winston Churchill. The handsome 34-volume bound in calfskin vellum and guaranteed to en- dure for at least 200 comprises some pages containing more than five million words by Churchill. Price-tag on the set is with a substantial part of the proceeds going to the Churchill Centenary Churchill and the Winston Churchill Foundation in the United States. The organized by the Library of Imperial is designed to coin- cide with the Churchill centenary year in with the first volume available after next January. All the British prime ministers of this or their descendants or represen- were present at the Savoy Hotel luncheon for 300 guests as Prime Minister Heath presented Churchill's widow with the first volume of the set. Canadian-born Andrew Bonar prime minister in 1922 and was represented by his Martin Bonar Law. NUMBERS RESTRICTED The including all of Churchill's 50 is limited to sets for publication within Britain and the Com- except with another sets to be put up for sale in Canada and the U.S. Lady received a standing ovation as she was escorted to the head table by her Winston a Conservative MP. making the presen- said Churchill in his writings created a memorial more lasting than the of the new Churchill statue unveiled recently in Parliament Square. Quoting from Churchill's he recalled that the former prime minister had written in 1908 of the time I married and lived happily ever Lady Churchill did not but the Earl of who as Sir Anthony Eden serv- ed under Churchill and was himself a prime responded on her say- ing Churchill established literary renown that will live as long as the fame of his political In a foreward to the Lady Churchill writes that Churchill's first work was the story of the Malakand field written in 1898 when he was 24. I look back over a long and happy I marvel that my husband should have managed to write so much I so well during a half-century when he was seldom far from the centre of the political storm and tur- she writes. Manitoba doctors issue ultimatum WINNIPEG Mani- toba's doctors delivered an ul- timatum to the government Wednesday in setting deadlines for positive action on a written working agree- ment between the two parties. And if the deadlines are not said Dr. Kenneth president of the Manitoba Medical the doc- tors are to do anything the executive would recommend to The doctors want a written agreement with the govern- ment and the Manitoba Health Services recognizing the MMA as their bargaining agent. Medical services were limited throughout the province Wednesday as a general membership meeting of the MMA drew doctors together to formulate a strategy. Behind closed the meeting set a deadline of Dec. 12 for the appointment of gov- ernment negotiators. A Jan. 15 deadline was set for an agreement to be reached by the two negotiating bodies. PREPARES FOR MEETINGS The provincial cabinet was reported to be gearing for meetings during the next few days to discuss the latest developments in the running battle with the MMA. At the heart of the dispute is the desire of the MMA to have some participation in future health policies. The govern- ment has no objection to this but has remained firm in its contention that the medical profession should have no veto powers. Dr. Wylie said Ed Schreyer's NDP government is supposed to be labor- they resist signing some kind of agree- ment that they recommend some other unions and management He was asked what action the MMA would take if the government doesn't meet the deadlines. of services would be the of he said. is no physician in this province who wishes to withdraw his services. But if this is what we're forced into by Mr. Schreyer and his that's his responsibility and he'll have to answer to the people for that COULD END PACT In an agreement proposed by the a clause would give the association the right to terminate any agreement if health policy is changed. Dr. Wylie said this isn't ask- ing for veto powers. He said it is the government's right to develop policy as it sees fit but in consultation not in He added that the govern- .through medical care has assumed the role of an not in then certainly in it must assume those obligations and respon- sibilities of an The Lethbridge Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ t POINTS Which team won the Grey Cup HOW DO YOU 91 la 100 TOP 81 to 90 points Eicrttont. 71 to 80 Good. 61 lo 70 prints Fair. M or f FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What do you think of the idea of an alliance be- tween the NDP and the Parti STUDENTS Save This Practice Valuable Reference Material for Exams. YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Prime Minister Trudeau said the government will not allow Canadian oil to rise to the full International price after the current price freeze ends a-December 31st b-January 31et c-February 28th 2 The Quebec Court of Appeal ruled that work on the James Bay hydroelectric project can must until the court makes a final ruling In a month or two. 3 During hie trip to the Soviet External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp discussed the Mideast and energy matters with Soviet Premier a-Alexei Kosygin b-Andrei Gromyko c-Leonid Brezhnev 4 A bright comet named will loop around the sun at Christmas and won't come back for thousands of years. 5 The Greek armed forces overthrew the gov- ernment of President PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its cprrect meaning. 1.....Jupiter ..Mercury 3.....Saturn 4.....Mars 5.....Venus a-planet closest to sun b-known for its reddish color the same size as Earth d-largest planet e-has 10 known moons PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Eugene Whelan Yugoslavia 2.....Lon Nol 3.....Otto Lang 4.....Marshal Tito b-Agricuiture Minister North- ern Ireland d-minister responsible for Wheat Board 5.....William Whltelaw Cambodia Inc. ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE ;