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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IS 1HE IETHDRIDCE HERAID ,59 MAIE- FEMALE HELP WANTED i Tuesday, December 8, 1970 PUBLIC NOTICE !55 If ler Phono 327-1M1. FOR IN-STORE Moris. Apply in person to Clothing. 112-llt iih St. S. No 62 .EDUCATIONAL SERVICES WARNING TO RESIDENTS OF THE COUNTY OF WARNER NO. 3 'olbon Coyote ll.iils. lor the prc .il BE Recorded m AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE r.ounfv rjt Warner No. S BIRTH DEATH- Air. and .Mrs. SATO Kojiro pass- Robert Slobodiun are pleased I away in (he city on Sunday, I to announce the birth of a son, .December 6, at (lie age Paul, bum on December I 1970, in Nanaimo, B.C. 75C .63 IOST AND FOUND tOST GIRL': Thursday, Dec RIMLESS PLACED TWO c bopts In dark -jta; green loam m 0. Would finder PERSONAL Faidstaiii looms of 84 years. Funeral SANTA WILL rcr jppcin'mcnt Give GOES" DANCE t tor New Year's Dance, Vic. or 9arf, ner-i starvs Awanu League today was jas-tth j the largest blot of seaU PAND i in the new National Assembly, i promising a struggle with Presi- I dent Yaliva Khan over the j DEATHS away i hi l.tu> city on Tuesday. De- cember 8, 1970, John, beloved husband of Mrs. Vcra Writ- taker, of No. 6 West Gate Apartments. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1529 AfCOHOtlCS ANONYMOUS league's demands that the east- province be freed from the wt'ti arinMng prcciem. age services will he held in the Christensen Chapel on Thursday, Decem- ber 10, at p.m., with Rev. Leslie Kawaniura officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery after an interment service .in the Christensen Chapel at 10 a.m. on Friday, December 11. Chris- tensen Salmon Funeral Home j Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C.I527 emonamJ CARD OF THANKS CIltiKALUCK We wish to extend our most sincere tiianks and appreciation during our recent bereavement to Hev. Elhard, pallbearers and choir; to our many friends and rela- tives for donations and floral tributes, cards, food and to tho.se who helped in any way; also to Martin Bros. Ltd., Funeral Di- rectors. wife Esther and faintly. 7U5-9 IN MEMORiAMS KOVATA Stactiy, passed awav at her home in Leth- SINGtE ADULTS ONLY Computer dating. Meet comnat I b e people now! Sond name and address confidence to COMMAT, Box 20612, tton government's dominu-1 bridge on Saturday, December iMIIings, Went. .59102. 558-17 ___ _ __ _ FAMILIES or PROBLEM DRiNKHRsi Sheikh 7JEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND j INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP WRITE: INQUIRIES' 1105. After years of jail and the po- litical wilderness, the results of Monday's election .made the I e a g u e "s 48-year-old leader, Mnjibur Rahman, the fi.jnr'i in P-ikUHni nnli li] 313 assembly seals and f thfi was TEENS Oo you riavi a problem i leading in 101 other races. It probably will also get some of i the 16 seats to be decided Jater, i nine in East Pakistani areas hit by the disastrous cyclone and 5, I9v0 at the age of two years and six months, be I wed daugh- ter of AUp. and Mrs. Minoru Koyata, of 3321 5th Ave. A S. Fu- neral senates will be hold in the Raymond Buddhist Church on Tuesday, December 8, 1970 at p.m., with Leslie Kawamura officiating. Inter- ment service will be held Wednesday, December 9th at 10 a.m. in the Christensen Chapel, Lethbridge and the in- terment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. I FUNERALS JIILLEK Fimeral service for Donald M. (Bing) Miller, who (lied at Vauxhall Tuesday, Dec. 1, at the age of 50 yeai-s. was held at p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, 1970, with Rev. Gordon Wilson officiat- ing. Pallbearers were Harvey and Kenneth Blaney, Lloyd Hobson, Roy Cleland. Doug Stevenson and Doug Ei-skine. Interment was in the Vauxhall Cemetery. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber. was in charge of the arrangements. i KRAIIN In loving memory j of ray dear husband and father, j John Krabn, who passed away December 8. :ISC8. Days of sadness still come over me, Tears in silence often flow, For memory keeps you ever near me, Though you died two years ago. remembered by Eight have declined; court appearances set WUf, Esther children. and grand- CUANBROOK (S p e e i a D- Hegional District of East Koot- cuay board, as agent, in the tliree government level million Crowsnest area urban renewal, will give final reading by a bylaw Dec. 19 on ex- propriation proceedings it plans. It will involve nine properties of the original 32P in the Natal- Midclletown-.Michel area of Dis- trict of Sparwood whose own- ers have declined purchase offers. Renewal procedure under :his method requires consolida- .ion of the title of the area to )e renewed, in this case all .hree adjacent ribbon-develop- ncnt communities. The area hen cleared and in the uniciu ippltejion of federal legisla ion the 800 people in the 320 properties originally 'olved are adequately house elsewhere. Independent apnraisals ablisbed the prices offeree vhich in these nine cases havi so far been rejected. East Kootenay Equipmeni Ltd., whose manager is B. D Knight of Cranbrook, is dem olition contractor for the 103 properties still standing. In separate legal proceedings RDEK issued 72 eviction no The government representa-1 propriate buyer to live committee is anxious to some of the costs. help cover complete the renewal as soon as possible, with the single title then up for purchase by an ap- SERVICES AND REPAIRS tidal wave last month and seven Christensen Salmon Funeral to be filled by East Pakistani Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- ceilings. Ewel 538-7362. SOUTHERN STAMP AND Rubber stamps, daters, etc. Same-day Service. :Ind Ave. S. Phone 32E-511-1. women elected by the assembly. In the western half of the country, the People's party headed by leftist Zulfikar Ali Bhutto had 37 seats assured and was leading in 63 others. Bhutto, a former foreign minis- ter, advocates something he calls ''Islamic socialism" and closer ties with China. al Service, cms KING Passed away In the December 6, lengthy ill- MAY TAG SALES and SERVICE. SER- all small appliances, lawn mowers, I ferons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No iob ?oo larae or too smell. LETHBRIDGE: APPLIANCES. 9D5 3rd i 3J7-ifSS. GARDENING TREES TRIMMED. ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-739E or 327-2J38. 296B-H Castro sets goal for crop sugar HEDGE TRIMMING Tree pruning "Lt'' and removal, 327-26JI. 921B-tf Fidel (AP) Pr.emi er Castro of Cuba set a goal Trrrr UP Monday night of -seven million or 32M.JJ9. c9i2Mf; tons of sugar for Uie .1971 liar- vest, calling it the minimum necessary to alleviate the comv try's unfavorable balance-of-1 payments situation. j "We have a large imbalance Cm trade) with the Soviet Castro told a workers' conference, "The necessities of the country call for seven mil- lion if ive want to illuminate our houses, provide the necessities, POR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, ETC. PHONE J2B-209J. FALL CLEAN UP. ALL KINDS OF hauled Tree trimming and odd lobs. Phone 327-Z6JI. E325-rf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS AND ROASTERS LIVE AT coop 22c per Ib. Evenings and Safurdsy 752-21J2, Duane Forsytii, Welling. '773-12D 72 PETS AND SUPPUES city on Sunday, 1970, following ness, Joseph, at the age of 94 years, beloved husband of Mrs. j Maggie King, formerly Devon Court. Born in Englan in 1876, the late Khi> can to Coalhurst in 1921 where 1 was engaged in the mining dustry until retiring in 1946. H moved to Lethbridge in 19; where he has resided until h passing. Besides his loving wit he is survived by one son, rence (Larry) of Fort Macleod three grandchildren; great grandchildren and on sister, Mrs. J. (Lizzi) Brown Lethbridge. The funeral ser vice will be held at p.m on Wednesday in First Unite Church, with Hev. R. E. Esk dale officiating. Cremation wi follow. Flowers gratefully de- clined. Those who wish ma1 donate to tlie First Unita Church Memorial Fund. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu neral Service. C153. awaj in Picture Butte on Sunday December 6, 1970, following EIGHT WEEK OLD CHIHUAHUA pupnies. Phone 327-9dflS. 636-10 TANY 'hone .125-6397. Spar- 720-11 PUREBRED 8R11 siaht monfhs old. i illness, Hev. Ahvvn Her our ioou. i _i n it LI j Sugar constitutes 80 per cent of foreign exchange earnings for i band ths late Mrs' Clara Cuba and the country failed to produce a quota of 10 million Castro had set. for 1970. GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS. Six' weeks Phon? 327-93S1, aflef S p.m. 782-1Q i MALE PUPPY FOR SALE, PEK- j inoese-Cfiihuahue. Phone 328-2776. 733-Kj i CHRISTMAS KITTENS SIAMESE, i seals, chocolates. Sloes. Phone i FOR DAD AT CHRISTMAS German Snorthslr doy, n months olrf. Well schooled and acod in Field. 33J-3iS3. 715-1! PUREBRED pies. Call after t p.m., Ijifi 3rd Avs. A. 5. 531-31 Castro's speech, carried over radio and television, was moni- tored here. Pattern CHRISTMAS PUPS- REGIST5R- Dachshund Black and tan; al--c one adult female. 550. 'A'iH hold Lnfil 23rd with deposit, 327-J395, afte p.m. 328-93.10 or 847-3850. 7 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Ven Chinchillas for sajp. S27-8237. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 74 LOANS 8 INVESTMENTS TRANS CANADA LOANS 328-3347 75 CONTRACTS Fay Eggleston. Survivors in elude six daughters, Mrs. L. A. (Elizabeth) Denman of Cal garj-, Mrs. A. J. (Ruth) Pos- terski of Picture Butte. Mrs L. (Lida) Akins of Stcney Plain, Alberta, Mrs. E. Austin of Ciive, Alberta, Mrs. R. (EdiUi) Gerber of San Diego, Mrs. A. Etta) Peterson of Brantford, On- tario; two sons, John I Eggleston of Burnaby. B.C. i and Major James Eggleston of JR.C.A.F. Station North Bay, I Ontario; 30 grandchildren and 113 great-grandchildren. The fu- I neral service will be held at a.m. on Wednesday in I the Picture Butte Church of the Nazarene, with Rev. Dr. Her- man G. Smith officiating. In- terment will follow in the Claresholm Cemetery, Martin Bros. LW.. Diredors of Fu- neral Service. C1530 BATTY Clarence Stone, passed away in the city on Sunday, December 6. 1970, at the age of 79 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mildred Eve- SLA1VOSKY Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Katrina (Katie) S'iawosky, beloved wife of the late' Mr. Alexander Sb'.vnsky who died at Calgary alter a brief illness Wednesday, Dec. 2. 1970, at the age of 68 years, was held at a.m. Monday in t h e Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. R. E. Esk dale officiating. Pallbear- ers were George, Mike, Ed and Ron Slawosky and Stewart and Dan Dorchak. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. the HUSSAKOW Funeral ser- vice for George Russakow, be- loved husband of Mrs. Harpina Russakow of 1106 8th St. N., who died suddenly in the city Thursday, Dec. 3, 1970, at the age of (34 years, was held at a.m. Monday in the As- sumption of the Holy Virgin Orthodox Church, 907'9th Ave. N., with Rev. Leonid Ges offi- ciating. Pallbearers were W. Sireef, G. Zbrodoff, John Shas- Wn, M. Domat, J. Klimow and A. Michalenko. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery, dartin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Spanvood municipality and ral electoral area involved. In that time a housing boom, includ i n g apartment complex- es, low rental senior citizens home, and NHA approved resi- dences has occurred from Fer- nie and through Sparwood. all served with modern amenities, and the displaced people were free to chose. de JOURDAN Requiem mass for Mrs. Margaret de 'ourdan, beloved wife of the ate P. M. de Jourdan of Leth- )ridge who died ta the city Dec. 1970, at the age of 90 was said at 10 a.m. -londay, Dec, 7, 1970, in St. 'atrick's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. L. Viney the elebrant. Pallbearers were H. S'iedermier, Ron Viney, Char- e Wadden, Bill Tennant, Art 'Ortgattt and Mark Tennant. nterment was in the family lot in the St. Patrick's Ceme- ery. Christensen Salmon Fu- eral Home Ltd., Directors of 'uneral Service, was in charge the arrangements. SMITH In loving memory. tjces to former property own- of a dear daughter and ers whose titlcs have been Ann Smith, who passed away; boughti but who have contjnued December 8, 1967 occupation on a nominal renta: Quietly remembered through; basis, and will issue two more. 7.ear. 'Survey by various interestet With aching heart and unseen parties generally agrees ap- ,'ear- propriate alternative housing A loving nature, a heart of is available for these people, BO'" but eight have declined the no- How much we miss her could tice and will appear in court never be told. Dec. J8 to present a defence. -Lovingly remembered and; The renewal project is well sadly missed by hereto its fourth year, with cost mother, Mrs. Yacfclic and share one-half federal onc- fanuly. 786 fourth provincial, and the re- mainder divided between mimiW Last run at tax paper OTTAWA (CP) Provincial finance ministers today will have what may be their next- to-last chance to react to Fi- nance Minister Edgar Benson's white paper proposals for In- come Tax Act revision. Tlie white paper is at the top of the agenda today for the fi- nance ministers' annual two-day review of the economic situation and outlook for the future. Mr. Benson now is preparing lis tax law revision proposals for legislation to be presented to the Commons next spring, prob- ably with a budget. He said Monday he will not comment on specific counter- proposals, such as those made by Ontario's treasurer, Charles MacNaughton, because he is so close to making his final deci- sions. But he expects the finance ministers to continue the series of meetings every three months or so that began last winter. This means they probably will meet once again before the pro- posals become a parliamentary Alberta judge disqualifies Jiimself CALGARY (CP) Two city men, charged with defrauding persons of had their case set over until 1971 when an Alberta Supreme Court jus- tice disqualified himself. Mr. Justice M. B. O'Byrne heard more than an hour of evidence from crown prose- cutor Paul Chrumka before halting the trial of Anthony Hoy Leier and Stephen Frank- lin Predy. 1 feel I must disqualify myself from continuing the hearing of this trial in view of the fact that 1 know some of the people involved in the transactions, which might act to the detriment of the ac- cused The accused were committed for trial on the charge follow- The Crowsncst Pass Southern Trans-Canada highway passes along the road the communi- ties ribboned on, which have been actual site of soft coal mining and coking operations for 72 years. This has made it unwholesome in water, air and earth, and also unattractive as British Columbia's foyer for west-bound travellers. UiamDer executive nominated CRANBROOK (Special) The 1971 executive for Cran- brcok Chamber of Commerce has been nominated at an executive meeting for confirm- ation at the Wednesday mem- bership meeting. Nominations from the floor will also be ac- cepted at the post dinner ses- sion. Those nominated have ac- cepted if there is no member- ship opposition. James Dalton becomes past president, and advisory board member along with otiier past presidents, Charles magistrate's year ago. ureisJuenui, unanes Downey and court about a Anti-U.S. riot rages in Vietnam bill. Provincial reaction to ffte QUI NHON, Vietnam (AP) Anti-American rioting raged and today in this cen- ral coastal city following the atal shooting of a South Viet- amese high school student by an American soldier. A 24-hour curfew was ordered ut demonstrations, window- mashing and the burning of ----1 U.S. military vehicles contin- locate wherever they ued. Some American troops were injured by flying rocks, in- formants said. Qui Nhon was placed off lim- its to all Americans. Informed U.S. sources said Deaths Yesterday By THR CANADIAN' PRESS New Goldberg, 87, the cartoonist and humorist famed for his zany inventions; after a long illness. Laverdure, 72, president of the Montreal Construction Union and former president of the Montreal cen- tral council of the Confederation of National Trade Unions. the demonstrators, estimated at between and 4.000, de- manded that the American sol- dier who killed the youth be turned over to South Vietnam- ese authorities for immediate trial. The soldier was not identified. He was in custody, and military officials were investigating thi shooting. Draper, Gordon Dezall. New president is Frank Smaltz, vice presidents Ron- ald Draper, and Bernard Me- Kenzie, and directors Arthur Whitlock, J. M. Campbell, Doris Barkman, Gary Bain, Harvey Meidinger, Erla Hold- way, James Stewart, Cliff Bar- ley and a tenant of the Mall to be named by the Mall group of businesses. Kimberley Chamber contin- gent has been invited and the program will also include a re- port by the Chamber Industrial Committee to which Cranbrook industrial commissioner Bruce McDonald will contribute a supplementary report. Youths held in stabbing CALGARY (CP) Two city youths were arrested early to- lay and charged with non-oapi- al murder in Uie stabbing death Monday of Ada Eliza- leth Eakin, C6, of Calgary. Barry Austin Capper, 16, and ames Allen Reid, 17, were cheduled to appear in magis- rate's court later today. Police said the woman's ody was found in her home vith multiple stab wounds. FLYNN' (SISTER BENE- ICTA) Funeral moss for :iss Bridget Mary Flynn of 520 :th St. S., who died in the city iturday. Dec. 5, 1070, at the of 72 years, was held at :00 a.m. Tuesday in St. Pat- rick's Roman Catholic Church. Ucquiem Sung Mass was held p.m. Monday in S'f. lyn Batty, of 5-518 2.1 St. S. Mr. Patrick's R o m a n Catholic Batty came to Canada from Utah settling in Coaldale in i 1920 where he farmed until 1 when he moved to Piciuie I Butte where he continued to farm until when he re- I tired and moved lo Kelowna in IS52, Returned in where he residing at the time of his passing. He "was predeceased by his first wife en October 13, 19-li) and in I M Church. Pallbearers were Neil Ifnrvey, Lawrence and Irvine, John de Jourdan, Rob- ert Kinunitt and John Martini, interment; was Tuesday morn- ing in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice, was in charge of '.be white paper generally was that I Ottawa's plans would put addi-! tional tax burdens on the econ- omy and discourage develop- ment. Mr. Benson has denied this and has promised to intro-. duce new tax rates which would ensure that Ottawa will not take more in taxes than existing taxes do, all other conditions being the same. VOICES tTOIPLAINT Mr. MacNaughton complained again Monday thai Ottawa is doing insufficient to encourage economic growth, this lime in relation to the' immediate prob- lem of dealing unemploy- ment this winter and next year. He called for drastic mea- sures !o move Canada within the next 12 monlhs back to full i employment. His objective is to get unemployment down to three per cent of the labor CH.-II..NGY Funeral service j force> m> a scaonally-adjusted married AlUclren Can-on. Left: (or Walter George Gurnev. be- I hasls- to mourn his passing besides loved husband of Mis "Edilli i OUiuva s B03'1S four per cent. Ave .S in October was 'jhili v.ith icn bravado in this o.'ipo Take an INSTANT to whip up neu'o.sl c n p e r. Qe bulky yarn big nralli's to knit or -j cajH1 uifh .separate Pailra-n included. his wife Millie are two sons, j Ournev uf 151.1) Cl.iir ol UthbrultK and D'Arcv i who in the city aft IT a ol Picture Untie; one daugh-1 brief illness Dec. 6. Km, at the ler. Mrs. E. E. (limigene) i age of 79 years, was held at i Hat and j p.m. Tuesday. Dec. UiU-ron ol 8. 11170, n cuts id l.i fir.sl nuiiliny j h.inflling .lohnsnn of jMcdicim stepson .Jonn I'iclurc Hutu-: r.l gi-andchil flren and one grcat-griinilchild: two sisters, Mi-s. Damon S'av- .-iijo Oregon ,-mfI Mrs, vina of Idaho. Funeral .Siirviiv.s held in the rhristenscn Chapel on Wedne.s-! llnnorai-j pa day. DeiTiiihcr at r Bi.slxip ,J. M. Kiivac ofl'i-! Olicrt. fi.6 per cent, and the annual rate for isvu now sure to be more than six per cent. CUSTOM FRAMING .ML T rpf dating, Interaient will fnllow in the family plot in Ihi; Mountain Vicv. ComoU'iT-'. (Ihristcnscn Salmon Funer.il Honif1 Hi of Funeral .ServH.i; T u e s d 3 y. Mart in Bros.; llemorial Cnapcl. "03 IMh with Hev. A. T. King offi i a I. i n g. Active pallbearers Dave 1 Infer, Bill Dunlop. Bob Welsh, Harry Hart., Kd Hanscn and Uillmnrc Shultz. were An Jeri'y I'ierccy. Kt! Wallace Macbonalil. !o escape on bicycle (CP) Kdmond Wanke. 21. of Montreal, who fried lo escape on a bicvcir- while in custody on 'five ucg Chisholm iiiwl Gordon Mar- j charges of armed robbery, was shall. Interment was in Arch-! scntencod in Alberta Supreme mminl Memorial G a r tl c n s. j Court to three months in jail. Martin Bros. Mil.. Directors of lie pleaded guilty to charges i- Funeral fii'rvirc. was in charge ut theft of the bicycle and es- the I caping custody. j NEW MILK CARTONS? -yes- every now and then new packages are introduced and right now Union Milk and Crystal Ice Cream are involved in changing to the SILVERWOOD name and SILVERWOOD con- tainers. The new containers are not very different, really, but the design and colour are new, and the name has changed. It may be confusing at first, but the new cartons will be just as durable and possibly even more satisfactory Chan the old. SILVERWOOD DAIRIES is a well established Canadian com- pany, with head offices in London, Ontario. For over fifty years, Silverwood products have earned a reputation for quality and Silverwood service has been of a high standard. With the ad- dition of Union Milk plants in southern Alberta and others in British Columbia affiliated with Union Milk, Silverwood dairy foods now are sold by thousands of food retailers and from hundreds of home service routes in most communities from Ontario's eastern boundary to the Pacific Ocean, Union Milk staff in Lethbridge and Fort Macleod are proud to be part of the SILVERWOOD organization. They will do their best to fill and deliver the new Silverwood containers to your satisfaction. UNION MILK DIV. OF SILVERWOOD DAIRIES ;