Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
86 lUaMESSOrfOHTUMITIES RELIANCE AGENCIES 822 3rd Ave. S. 328-9216 M.L.S. Realtors OWNER RETIRING Only one year old square foot mlllwork fac- tory The building is of concrete and steel. The only one of its kind With heavy equipment, south of Calgary. Many different kinds of machinery to do the finest of work are Included in the price. For more information on this well established business just phone a Realtor from Reliance. MLS B493 C5395-6 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S' -328-5548 C5216-H 90CONTRACTS Ted Bmgham Construction Custom Built Homes additions, rumpus rooms and renovations. Phone 327- 3284. 4056-tf Circle K Excavating, 327-8123. Bob- cai specialists. Dirt and gravel leveling, snow removal. We can do any job for you. 7143-tf Contractor all repairs, renovations, lay blocks, bricks, fireplaces stone laying, sidewalks, driveways, cement finishing, stuccoing, in house builder, small jobs accepted. 328-0266.' 329- 4678. 7716-tf Willing to build new homes, commer- cial buildings or renovate your pre- sent home. Peter Simons and Sons Construction Ltd Phone 327-6052 or 328-4066. 6571-J6 Interior, exterior painting, smal. carpentry jobs, roof repairs. Reasonable. Phone Bill 328- 9743. 4358-tf PRESTIGE HOMES AND CONSTR. Phone us for homes and home im- provements, garages, rumpus rooms and all cement work. Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 327-0939. 756-tf Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs. Jim 327-5087. 328- 3983. 7799-tf HANDY MAN SERVICES Serving home and industry. Gfbage 'collection; yards, basements and gar- ages cleaned. Free estimates Phone 328-4592. 2509-tf Trenching, plowing, hoeing, in- stallations and supplies. Prairie Ditching Company PHONE 327-8280 C2463-U PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF JOSEPH EDWIN TENNANT late of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 27th day of November A.D 1974. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 4th day of February 1975. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them PATERSON AND NORTH 407 Mayor Magrath Drive Lethbridge. Alberta Solicitors for the Executrix D75 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF the Estate of LaDean Thomson late of the Town ol Magrath in the Province of Alberta, married woman, deceased who died on the 29th day of October A D. 1967. TAKE NOTICE THAT all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the un- dersigned solicitors by the 25th day of January A D. 1975 a full statement of their claims and'Of securities held by them STRINGHAM, DENECKY, BAINES LLEWELLYN Barristers Solicitors 309-Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for Earl George Thomson Administrator D71 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FRANCISKA MANZKE late of the Town of Magrath in the Province of Alberta, widow deceased, who died on the 14th day of November A.D 1974. 1AKE NOTICE THAT all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the un- dersigned solicitors by the 25th day of January A D 1975 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY, BAINES LLEWELLYN Barristers Solicitors 309-Canada Trust Building Lethbridge Alberta Solicitors for the executor ROBERT V. MANZKE D70 BROOKS SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2092 INVITES INSURANCE TENDERS ON Buildings and Contents and all other property Audio-Visual Equipment Fidelity Bond Coverage Comprehensive General Liability. Policy Boiler and Machinery Insurance Trustee Accident Insurance Insurance Tender Specifications in- formation is available upon request of the undersigned to those interested in sub- mitting a tender. Tenders close and must be In the Hands of the Undersigned no later than p.m. Monday, January 20, 1975. Tenders will also be reviewed with submitting the tenders, at p.m. on the same day. Coverage to be effective February 14, 1975. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. B. F. Hanson Secretary-Treasurer School District No. 2092 Box 597 BROOKS. Alberta Phone: 362-2555 D59 PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER NOTICE Tenders are invited for supply cf one 54 passenger school bus. Specifications available at the County Office. Please provide tenders on the follow- ing basis: (1) Cash sale no trade in (2) Cash sale trade in one 1963 I.H.C. 42 passenger school bus: miles. Trade in may be inspected at the County Shop in Picture Butte between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tenders to be clearly marked "Bus Tender" and be submitted not later than 5 p.m., January 13. 1975. The County reserves the right to re- ject any or all tenders. A. CALISTA BARFEET (Ms.) Assistant County Manager County of Lethbridge No. 26 214 13th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta T1J 2V5 D63 NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1975 COUNTY OF WARNER NO. 5 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll of the said municipality, made under the provisions of the Assessment Act, has been prepared and will, for thirty (30) days, be open to inspection at the office of the Secretary Treasurer of the municipality during business hours and that any person who desires to object to the entry of his name or that of any other person upon the said roll or to the assessed value placed upon any property must, within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, lodge his com- in writing with the Secretary Treasurer of the municipality. Dated this 28th day of December 1974. J. K. Duncan Secretary Treasurer County of Warner No. 5 D77 Sweeps winners By The CANADIAN PRESS Four Ros- setto, St. Catharines, Ont; G.G. Payne, Nanaimo, B.C.; Cliff Stewart, Powell River, B.C.; and Toni Fata, Toron- prizes of each with tickets on Comedy of Errors, winner of today's Irish Sweeps Hurdle at Leopardstown, Republic of Ireland. Adelene Evans of Chilliwack, B.C.. and Mr. and Mrs. William Devlin of North Vancouver, B.C., won with tickets on second-place Lanzarote. U.S.crop may set record WASHINGTON (AP) Farmers have planted 55.5 million acres of winter wheat for harvest next year, up six per cent from 1974 and the most since 1953, the United States agriculture department said Monday. Based on Dec. 1 surveys, the department's crop reporting board said the 1975 winter wheat crop could produce a record bushels, up 15 per cent from the 1974 peak of bushels. The estimate was the department's first official in- dication of 1975 crop prospects and raised hopes that next year's harvest will signal a rebuilding of U.S. wheat reserves Korean arrested in B.C. VICTORIA (CP) The cap- tain of a South Korean fishing vessel, accused of fishing in Canadian waters, appeared in Victoria provincial court Fri- day facing two charges under the federal fisheries act. Kil Jun Yu, captain of the 180 ton longliner Don Won 707, was remanded to Jan. 2 for plea. Reg Mclndoe of Vancouver, a fisheries official, said the charges laid by the federal justice department could br- ing a maximum fine of The ship was first spotted Dec. 19 by an armed forces tracker aircraft from the Canadian Forces Base Comox. It was allegedly fishing 60 miles northwest of ape Scott on Island, about miles inside the Canadian zone. The ship was escorted into Victoria inner harbor Dec. 24 >y the fisheries patrol vessel curler after a two man warding party went aboard the Don Won 707 and arrested the captain. FLOWS THROUGH 3 CITIES The Danube flows through Vienna, Budapest and Belgrade. Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTHS BOBOK Robert and Karen are pleased to an- nounce the birth of their daughter, Teresa Denise, 7lbs. 14 Vi QZS., December 13, 1974 at St. Michael's Hospital. Insured. 8148 MASLEN Bob and Newana Maslen are proud to announce the birth of a daughter, Heather Laverne, December 24, 1974. Weight 7 Ibs. 5Vz ozs., at St. Michael's Hospital. A sister for Nadine and Kenny. 8162 DEATH S WOLFCHILD Passed away in the Blood Hospital on Friday, December 27, 1974, Guy Wolfchild, age 94 years of the Blood Reserve. The funeral service will be held in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Blood Reserve, Tuesday at 10 a.m., Rev. J. Regnier officiating. Interment Blood Band Cemetery. A wake service will be held in St. Mary's Church Monday at 7 p.m. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Fort Macleod. C5403 LEIGH Passed away in Victoria, B.C. on Wednesday, December Mr. Lewis Leigh at the age of 92 years of Victoria, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Sarah Leigh. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Monday, December 30, 1974, in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. South, with Rev. J. C. Daisley officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C5404 GREEN Passed away in the city on Friday, December 27, 1974, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Rasper Green at the age of 88 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Agnes (Nan) Green of No. 9th Ave. A S. Born, raised, and educated in North Dakota, the late Mr. Green came to Canada in 1908 and homesteaded at Enchant, where he resided until retirement to Lethbridge in 1957, where he resided until his passing. In 1915 he married the former Mabel Allen, who predeceased him in 1950 and in 1955 he married the former Nan Olson. Besides his loving wife, he is also survived by one son. Mr. Wilber Olson of Sundre; two daughters, Mrs. M. (Mildred) McKeage of Edmonton, Mrs. Jean Hofman of Claresholm; thirteen grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren: one sister in Texas. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Monday, December 30. 1974, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N.. with Pastor Paul Koester officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot, Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361. C5405 DUNCAN Peter, passed away in Lethbridge on Friday, December 27th, 1974 at the age of 54 years. Mr. Duncan was born in Scotland, March 11, 1920 and came to Canada as a young boy in 1925 settling in Nobleford with his family. Later they moved to Lethbridge and then to Foremost where he was residing until the time of his passing. He leaves to mourn his passing three brothers, George of Lethbridge, Jim of Blairmore and Bob of Lethbridge; four sisters Mrs. George (Margaret) Hart of Lethbridge, Miss Susan Duncan of Red Deer, Mrs. Joe (Elizabeth) Delmark and Mary Duncan of Lethbridge; many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents; two brothers and four sisters. Funeral services will be held in the CHRISTENSEN CHAPEL on Monday, December 30th, at 2 p.m. with Rev. Larry Spicer officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. The family requests that in lieu of flowers that donations be made to the Canadian Respiratory CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C5405A DEATHS MANYCHIEF Passed away in Sheridan, Wyoming on Monday, December Patsy Anita Manychief, beloved infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Manychief Jr. of the Blood Reserve. She is also survived by three sisters, Sonya Mae, Stefanie, Cheryl Ann; her grandparents, .Mrs. Mary Manychief of the Blood Reserve and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Romero of Taos, New Mexico. The funeral service was held in St. Mary's Chapel Saturday at 11 a.m., Rev. J. Regnier officiated. Interment in the Blood Band Cemetery. Arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C5401 JOHNSON Passed away on Friday, December 27, 1974 John (Jack) Johnson at age 94 years of Fort Macleod. Born in Vesten, Sweden he came to Canada in 1902 where he worked for the CPR until homesteading in the Ardenville District in 1905. He sold his farm and retired to Fort Macleod in 1946. He joined Mountain View No. 4 I.O.O.F. Lodge in 1903 and has been an active member until his death. He was a founding member of the Alberta Wheat Pool and recently received a 50 year plaque. He also served many years on the Ardenville School Board. The funeral service will be held in Eden's Funeral Home Tuesday at 2 p.m., Mr. Jack Cullen officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Fort Macleod. SYMINGTON Passed away on Wednesday, De- cember 25. 1974, Albin Alexander Symington, age 85 years of Fort Macleod. Born in Forrest, Ontario, he came west to Yorkton, Saskatchewan in 1890 with his family, homesteaded at Jansen, Saskatchewan, where he met and married Gertrude Jansen. They farmed there, residing in Manitoba for three years. He served overseas with the R.C.A.S.C. during the First World War. He has resided the past few years in Fort Macleod, where he was associated with the Cressman Racing Stables. Survived by two sons, Donald Fraser Symington, Almonte, Ontario, Dr. George Symington, Medicine Hat; 11 grandchildren; one brother, Howard Symington of Fort Macleod. The funeral service will be held in Eden's Funeral Home, Monday at 2 p.m., Mr. Jack Cullen officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C5402 IN MEMORIAMS PONTAROLO In loving memory of Marguary or Marg Pontarolo, who passed away December 28, 1972. You have entered God's beautiful garden But your love and memories last, Just like the fragrance of a rose Lingers after it is gone. Pontarolo family. 8150 WRIGHT In loving memory of a dear wife, Alice, who passed away December 29, 1969. She made our life one long sweet song Until death bade us part, But in the time that she's been gone We've learned grief's song by heart. remembered and sadly missed by her hus- band Dave. x 8163 STRONSKI In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, who passed away December 29, 1967. Your name is often men- tioned, Our thoughts in silence fly, To the days when you were with us, Those memories will never die. remembered by his wife and all the family. 8191 IN MEMORIAMS HILLMER In memory of my beloved husband, Herman Hillmer, who passed away 12 years ago today, December 28, 1962. We miss you more than anyone knows, It's hard to walk the road alone Instead, of side by side, Only those who have lost, know how I feel. You gave me years of hap- piness and you left beautiful memories. To treasure through the years. remembered and sadly missed by your loving wife, Maude; children and grandchildren and great grandchildren. 6707 PONTAROLO In loving memory of our sister and daughter, Marjorie Pontarolo who passed away December 28, 1972. All the love you gave us, in happy bygone years, The comfort of your presence in days of joy and tears, Each sacrifice you had to make along the path you trod Is remembered by those who loved you, as you rest in peace with God. missed by Mom, Gordon, Jolane and families. 8149 CARDS OF THANKS TALBOT I would like to thank all my friends for the cards and flowers I received this year. They were very much appreciated. -Mrs. Edith Talbot 8152 There were Jelly beans in the Jelly Bean machine at Richs Nut Hut and the winner was Dale Ward with a guess of Congratulations to Dale Ward. C5397-30 GIACCHETTA I wish to extend my sincere thanks to my doctors of Campbell Clinic, Lethbridge and Coaldale; nurses and staff on the fourth floor of Municipal Hospital, for their kindness and care during my hospitalization. Thanks also to my relatives and friends for the flowers, gifts and visits. Giacchetta 8167-28 HUMMEL We would like to thank everyone who helped us in anyway during our re- cent loss of the barns on Oc- tober 23, 1974. Special thanks to our neighbours and friends for their volunteer labor and materials, and also many thanks for the drive, so many responded generously, not forgetting the fire departments of Nobleford, Picture Butte and Lethbridge. May you all have a Happy New Year. Sincerely yours W. Hummel and family Nobleford 8151 IN APPRECIATION Thank You to all my and friends who gave me words of en- couragement, with cards, letters, gifts and visits, while I was in Hospital. A special Thank You to all my "Bud- dies" who so faithfully kept me company, and to everyone in Foremost and District who helped Dad and Mom and family in any way. Thanks to the Foremost Ambulance Drivers, R.C.M.P., County of 40-Mile, and the people in Manyberries District for all their help. Konno. Saturday, December 28, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Uncle Ben: beer industry crudest, dirtiest in Canada VANCOUVER (CP) Un- cle Ben, who earned his living driving a tractor at the age of 14, has made a fortune of million or so in what he calls "the crudest, most dis- criminatory, dirtiest in- dustry" in Canada. "I'd like to switch to pulp and paper because it's so clean compared with the beer said Ben Ginter. "There are more laws broken and more graft in the brewing industry than any other I know, unless it's the Mafia." For the moment, the pulp and paper magnates can rest easily. The bearded 240-pound proprietor of Uncle Ben's In- dustries Ltd. continues to de- vote 16 hours a day to the con- tinuing battle with Canada's three major brewers for his share of the Western Canada market. And occasionally he in- dulges himself by crying into his British Columbia beer: "The latest thing here is, they won't let us sell our beer at hotels because the the big short on supplies. "So instead of letting us, a home-based industry, supply the demand, they accumulate our beer in warehouses and won't let it go to the public so the big eastern outfits don't have to worry about com- petition." HOLDS STRONG VIEWS As a self-made man, he is equally forthright in his views on a number of other sub- jects, particularly when he discusses Canadians who ex- pect the world's riches to be handed to them on a silver platter: "Man always works best un- der pressure. Look back at your history. As far back as you can see, it seems that wars brought out the best in us. Now we're getting fat and lazy and nobody is cultivated or trained or schooled politicians espe- know how to sur- vive during peacetime. "Here you have politicians, people who couldn't make a go of running a private business, and they're running the biggest business in the coun- It doesn't make sense." If he could make one contri- bution in his lifetime, said Un- cle Ben, he would like to fight for the youth of today and tomorrow who are subjected to the things that don't make sense. TRAINING NEEDED "The things we are doing are so backward. We allow kids of 15 to quit school, un- educated and untrained. A kid like that isn't mature enough to handle it. The unions give him big money and he gets the idea that because of union security he can't be fired and you've ruined him. "If governments and busi- ness had any real feeling for kids today, they'd make it compulsory that if a kid quits school at 15 or so he would take another two "years of some kind of training. Give them some choice but have the decision on training made by some kind of panel and bas- ed on aptitude. "Then you wouldn't have young people off on the wrong foot, hooligans, hippies, thieves, getting criminal records when they're kids and spoiling their futures." All people are born equal and are equal after death, he said. "But in between, each has his own abilities, his own lim- its. There shouldn't be dis- crimination because an indi- vidual can't be an airline pilot or an industrialist. "Things would be pretty rough if we all had the same ambition." Uncle Ben, the brew-master and empire builder managed to make his way to the top. But he still sees more to be done. "The only thing I've feared in life is being a failure in anything I undertake to do. I guess my fear now is that I won't have all the work done before I have to go." Oddities in the news CHICAGO (Reuter) Two Chicago women have accused their former employers of sex discrimination, claiming they were dismissed because they did not wear brassieres. An official of the U.S. gov- ernment's equal employment opportunity commission said Wednesday, the complaints were filed with the commis- sion and were being in- vestigated. He said a 22-year-old woman claimed she lost her job as a machine operator be- cause her employer claimed she presented a health haz- ard. freshman legislators an edge when they take office next month. "It's sort of a headstart program for said student Robert Kasten, a Wisconsin Republican The Democrats and four Republi- cans, 11 men and one being given the course free by the university. In return, Harvard hopes the legislators will do a better job once they get to Washington, a spokesman said. SOISSONS, France (Reuter) A fireman from eastern France claimed Wednesday to have broken the world pipesmoking endurance record after keeping alight 1.6 ounces of tobacco for 18 hours and 19 minutes. Organizers of a champion puffing contest here said that the previous record was held by a Frenchman who kept 1.6 ounces going for 16 hours. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) A dozen newly elected members of Congress are go- ing to Harvard University this week to learn how to be ef- ficient politicians. Their course covers every- thing from what to say in a debate to the fine points of writing a news release. The one week course is be- ing given by Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Govern- ment to give promising HOLIDAY GREETINGS We would like to extend our gratitude to everyone. Our thoughts are also with those less fortunate than we are at this Christmas time. May we wish you all much happiness in the coming New Year. and Chick Konno and family. 8190 NELSON Season's Greetings to all my relatives and friends tor 1975. E. Nelson and family 8154 DANIELSON Season's Greetings and the Best for the New Year to relatives and friends. Danielson, Diamond City 8155 SHERAN I would like to wish all my friends in Lethbridge and district a Joyous Christmas Season and a Happy New Year. Sheran 8153 HORNBEAK, Tenn. (AP) The post office at Hornbeak is a white concrete block building with a flag outside and a mongrel dog inside that licks stamps. "Yep, that's said Postmaster Jerry Short, who owns the dog. Rex. "Licks them right there in the back of the post office when (rural mail carrier Jerry) Tucker holds them out to him. Before we had Rex, Tucker had to lick his own stamps." To Hornbeak's 300 resi- dents, the dog is a celebrity. He has been licking stamps behind the counter for two years. "We ought to put him on the said Short, whose post office is about 100 miles north of Memphis. "He's the afternoon attraction. They (customers) can see him right through the side of the counter." TURIN, Italy (Reuter) 53-year-old psychiatrist was jailed Thursday for two years and four months for taking nude pictures of his patients after putting them to sleep in his consulting room. The psychiatrist, Dr. Bruno Bonfante, told the court the photographs were part of his treatment. He said he would show them to patients to help them overcome their inhib- itions The case against Boniante was brought by Wilma Regge, 24, who objected when she found she had been photo- graphed. Police investigating her complaint found about 000 nude pictures in Bon- fante's office. TEL AVIV (CP) An Is- raeli Arab has been fined or six months in jail for spank- ing his wife, Agence France- Presse reported Thursday. Mohamed Awash, 28, told the court he wanted to show his wife how much it had hurt him when she let go of a lad- der on which he was standing, causing him to fall. Patterns Daisy Quilt! The entire family will be proud of you and this quilt! One block makes a beautiful show pillow! Field of Daisies quilt adds a delightful touch to today's bedrooms. Pattern 7105: charts, patch pattern, single, double size. 75 cents each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first- class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7. Ont. residents add sales tax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. Two for School PRINTED PATTERN WHAT S TOPS in 1975 school fashions? Matching beret and dress, of course. Pick a pert Dacron cotton plaid for this gay twosome. Printed Pattern 4923: Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, Size 6 dress, beret IVi yds. 45-inch fabric; Vi-yard contrast. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15< each pattern for first class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add sales tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address. Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough Ontario, MIT 4P7.