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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta fHE UTHBRIDOI HftAlB Monday, December PETS AND SUPPLIES BLACK MINIATURE POODLE PUP- plei. JI5. 732-4222, Picture ButfB. 627-7 ONE YEAR, REGISTERED, MALE top- Photic. 653-4209. BRITTANY sight months old. Phono W5-6397, Sper- FOR DAD AT CHRISTMAS German Jog. 11 monfhs old. Welt schooled and works flood in field. 715-11 PUREBRED grown moles and females. Abo pup- nltts. Call after p.m., !2IS 3rd Ava. A. 5. 531-31 TWO CHRISTMAS PUPS. RECI5TER- ud Dnciisfcund Ulack and tan; also adult female, iSO. Will hold until with deposit. 327-3395, after 5 W.m. 328-3340 or 733-12 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CONFECTIONERY CENTRAL Lo- cation Low overhead Money maker for right party Musi sell me 327-3443. C150C-3 Births, Deaths Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memorianis DEATHS KING Passed away in the city on Sunday, December 6, 1970, at the age of 94 years. Joseph, beloved husband of Mrs. Maggie King, and well tinier of this city. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of livu- neral Sendee. C15H tP.ANS CANADA LOANS Fad? i-Ao hour smergency loa Loans quick to pa1 Sills or make a purchase. Best posslbl lerms. Call Bruce Tran Cannds Credit. LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mail. Phone 328-3331 ha widest facility available. We con idsr ALL TYPES cf mortgage loans C1505-12 75 CONTRACTS 30SGE RAVEN 133? presidium. "Malenkov finally Khrushchev writes. ;'I was sur prised and delighted. We wrote the agenda for the next presid ium session and included some issues on which the otters sup- ported us, and Beria was de- served for a as district number of years secretary for the Church of the Nazarene in Al- berta. Survivers include six daughters. Mrs. L. A. (Eliza beth) Denman of Calgary, Mrs. A. J. (Ruth) Posterski of Pic- ture Butte, Mrs. L. (Lida) Akins of Stoney Plaiues, Alber- ta. Mrs. E. (Elsie) Austin, of dive, Alberta, Mrs. R. (Editii) Gerber of Sandiago, Rev. A. E. (Emily Etta) Peterson, Brant- ford, Ontario; 30 grandchildren, and 33 great grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at a.m., on Wednesday in the Picture Butte Church of the Nazarene, with Rev. Dr. Her- man G. Smith officiating. Interment will follow in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, Requiem Sung Mass will held on Monday (tonight) Storm slams HALIFAX (CP) A severe winter storm slammed into the Maritime; early today, covering the area With up to 13 inches of snow. Winds up to 60 miles an hour piled the snow into drills, blocking many highways. No deaths or injuries were re- ported. Highway crews in Nova Scotia reported drills up to four feet in some open areas. Air and ferry sendees were disrupted, but the CNR reported its passenger trains operating on schedule. All schools in the Halifax- Dartmouth area were closed, and only essential personnel were asked to report to duty al the naval dockyard and the armed forces base in Halifax and Shearwater air station near Dartmouth. Canadian National cancelled is Borden, P.E.I., to Cape Tor- mentine, N.B., ferry service be- cause of high seas. Yarmouth, N.S., reported IS inches of snow, Halifax and Moncton, N.B., six, and Char- lottetown five. jave a start, grabbed me by the hand, looked at me with a star- iled expression and said, 'What's going on, Nikila? What's tliis you're mumblin about? I said, 'Just pay attentio You'll find out soon Most of those present c nounced Beria, and Klmishcht then proposed his removal fro official posts. "Malenkov was still in a sla of panic. As I recall he dicta even put my motion to a vot He pushed a secret buMx which gave the signal to t] generals who were waiting the next room. Marsha (Georgi) Zhukov was the first appear Malenkov said in faint voice to comrade Zhuko 'As chairman of the council ministers of the U.S.S.R. I r quest that you take Beria in custody pending investigation charges made against him.' "Hands Zhukov com manded Beria. Bunny club philosophy should so OTTAWA should drop the "bunny club' philosophy they apply to stew- ardesses and eliminate sex discrimination in- conditions of employment for air crews, says the royal commission on the status of women. Its report, tabled m the Commons Monday, says the commission is concerned about "inequitable" terms of employment that restrict stewardesses' to IS years with no equivalent deadlines for stewards and pursers. "Everyone who uses the airlines knows that the stew- ardesses are young and at- it said. It quotes from a brief presented in Vancouver by the Canadian Air Line Plight At- t e n d a n t s' Association that ?aid when youth and glamor have premium over experi- ence and maturity, it is "ex- ploitation of sex in its worst form." CARDS OF THANKS p.m. in St. Patrick's j EiCHHOIlN: We wish to ex- be celebrated on Tuesday at a.m. in St. Patrick's Church, interment will follow in Ml. Calvary Section of Moun- today in the country's first one- man-cne-vote general election. Voting began briskly with long lines of people squatting patiently in the warm sunshine outside polling stations an hour before they opened 'ain Cemetery, Those who many friends and relatives for A big surprise was the large i wish "la.v Pa-v 'hcir respects to I tributes, cards and food mimber of women voters in a i BenedicU. Monday eve- our reccnl bereavement. .'Moslem nation where most of i from 8 lo a p.m. .feimly nt late Otto them are only now emerging j al- Sa'n' Aloysiur, Convent, sat from the purdah, the traditional i Sl- s- Martin Bros. Ltd.', Ui- seclusion from 'observation of i rectors reason for Cross's sharp weight loss, the paper adds. Most meals were made of rice be- cause the kidnappers could not afford meat or fish. Tlie Daily Express, in its Montreal dispatch, says Cross was planning to trick his guards and try to escape before he was finally freed. The paper quotes British offi- cials in Montreal as saying thai Cross had grown impatient with police efforts to find him. IVDP choice FAHLER Tar- diff, 22, of Nampa was nomi- nated by the New Democratic 'arty to contest tire Smokey iiver constituency in the next Alberta general election. Mr. Tardiff, who polled more than 50 per cent of the 100 'otes at the nominating meet- ng, beat fanners Joe Cbaibos f Guy and Ben Gaboury of aglesham. pared week. 6.21 million last the number of cholera victims I was up 3.62 to 170.12. _ __ in the Israel-hold Gaza Strip WALL STREET Ll' I dined 4.54 points to 1.91.18. Gains outnumbered losses 326 160, authorities said, Wsfi Street also mads great I Observers said tte erosion to 151 NOTICE TO SPORTSMAN SMOKERS PRIZE CONTEST In accordance wild Rule 5, Ihe Sponsor hereby gives notice ol termination of the Contest elleclive 12.00 MIDNIGHT local lime, DECEMBER All contest entries must be postmarked prior lo ibis time in order to be valid Coupons for gifts will continue lo be honored in accordance Wilhtbeir terms. Rock City Tobacco Company Limited P.O. Box 123, Station "I" Toronto 305, Ontario November 27, IfflO ;