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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta i _ IHt tilHMUDGE H.aAlO WwInsuJay. February 3. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES s WHOLESALE BUSINESS International organization has wxnlnas for national O IMiirsMri "ability, n J HERALD. Will help finance BIRTH SERA Jim and Jean are B oud to announce the birth of a daughter, Karen Jean, 7 Ibs., i ozs., born January 29, 1971 at f e Coaldale Community Hos- DEATH ALL Wilfred Roy, passed way on Monday, February 1, a HI, at Montreal, Quebec A >rmerly of Lethbridge, belov- a d husband of Mrs. Lorna Ball, raveside service will be an-cunced when completed. W tt NOfl dear Imer way His In I i femonamA MEMORIAMS 'OTNY In memory of husband and father, Earl Nowotny, who passed February 2, 1963. memory is our greatest ureasure, our hearts be will live drever. remembered by his and children. (CP) The latest] ar aad nicotine ratings for 89 brands of nationally-advertised cigarettes were issued Tuesday by the federal health department. The list indicated few major changes in the general standing although a new method cf ana-ysing nicotine content, producing levels that appeared slightly higher than in the past, ruled out detailed comparisons. However, Viscount king-size filter and its menthol companion held down the bottom of both ratings as in past surveys, The non-menthol Viscount had five milligrams of tar per cigarette and 0.4 milligrams of nicotine compared with six milligrams tar for the menthol Viscount and 0.5 milligrams of nicotine. At the other end of the scale, as in previous surveys, were Dunhill premium filter and Gold Crest premium filter, each milligrams of tar and 1.6 mil-igrams of nicotine. Six other cigarettes sharing ow tar and nicotine ratings were Consols regular filter, Cortina compact filier. Craven A regular filter, Matinee regular filter, Ransom king-size filter and Richmond king-size filter. Near the top ratings were Black Cat regular plain, Buckingham king-size plain, Pall Mall king-size plain and Chesterfield king-size plain. Tar and nicotine, stated in milligrams per cigarette: Brand Tar Nicotine King filter menthol Alpine W ]-2 Belvedere 19 !-2 Cameo 23 l-! Craven M 15 1.1 Du Maurier 22 1.4 Embassy 22 1.3 Kool 17 1.0 MacDonald IS 1-1 Mark Ten 20 1.3 Newport 20 1-1 Salem 20 1.3 True 14 0.7 Viscount 16 1. King Filter Belmont 16 1. Belvedere 20 1. Black Cat No. 7 22 1. Camel 20 1. Chesterfield 21 1.: Craven A 17 1. Du Maurier 22 1.' Embassy 22 1.' Expert A 20 1. Kent 20 1. Lucky Strike 21 1. Mark Ten 19 1. Matinee 15 0. Maverick 17 1 Noblesse 54 1. Parliament 20 1 Peter Jackson 22 1 Peter Stuyvesant 21 1 Players 21 1 Ransom 8 0 Richmond 9 0 Rothmans 22 1.' Sportsman 21 1.: Sweet Caporal 22 1 True 11 0 Viceroy 19 l.( Viscount 5 0 Winston 20 1 Regular filter menthol MacDonald 18 1 Regular filter Belvedere 16 1. British Consols 18 1. Consols 10 0 Craven A 10 C Du Maurier 15 C Embassy 18 1 Export A 19 1 Gauloises 14 Gitanes 13 0 Hudson 19 1 Mark Ten 18 1 1 Matinee 11 Peter Jackson 15 1.0 'layers 22 1.4 jjartsman 18 1.1 veet Caporal 15 0.9 Regular plain lack Cat 24 1.4 iritish Consols 18 1.1 iuckingham 22 1.1 viel 20 1.2 hesterfield 20 1.1 mbassy 22 1.2 xport 21 1.2 auloises 19 1.0 ucky Strike 20 1.2 lark Ten 2d 1.2 Phillip Morris 18 0.8 Players Plain 23 1.3 'layers Medium 20 1.1 Sportsman 22 1.2 Sweet Caporal 21 filler Jenson and H. 20 1.5 Duahill 27 1.6 Gold Crest 27 1.6 Pall Mall 23 1.5 Xing plain Buckingham 26 1.3 Chesterfield 24 1.4 Mark Ten 22 1.4 Pall Mall 26 1.2 Compact filter Cortina 12 0.7 Players No. 6 19 1.2 Sportsman 16 .0 Premium filter menthol Benson and H. li) 1.3 St. Morilz 24 1.5 Regular cork Black Caf 23 1.3 74 LOANS t SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1H7 College Mall. Phone 328-3331 Tin ilUest facility available. We con-slder ALL TYPES of 75 BORGE RAVEN ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus and repairs. Phone and Mrs. John Sera of n eadymade district and Mr. ind Mrs. G. N. Young ofi .pthbridge. GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT Sarfc and stuccoing. Anderson Sorensor, construction. 10M Jth ARANY Funeral service or Mrs. Theresa Arany, be- a oved wife of Joseph Arany vho died Jan. 26, 1971, at Mel-ort, Sask., at the age of 77, vas held at a.m. Jan. 31, 1971, in the Roman Catholic Church, St. Brieux, 5ask., with Rev. J. A. Rivard fficiating. Pallbearers were 5Yank Bagyinsky, Mike Papp, Mike Kajner, Jce Nagy, Joe jaczko and Joa Szanker. In-erment w a s in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, St. Brieux, b'ask. Kyle Funeral Home Ltd., lirectors of funeral service, was in charge of the arrangements. MOSSEY Funeral service r George Knox Mossey, be-oved husband of Mrs. Anne ossey of 701 12th St. B N. ho died in the city Saturday, an. 30, 1971, after a brief ill-es at the age of 56 years, as held at p.m. Tuesday, 'eb. 2, 1971, in St. Augustine's Anglican Church with Rev. R. Crisfield officiating. Active lallbearers were M a 1 1 e y lughes, Doug Boyer, Gerry ragnell, Nick Katan, Ken ischer and Stev.e Stetar. Hon-rary pallbearers were Bob ilair Bert Eccles, Austin keith, Les Bartlett, Fel Bal-erson, Bert Rannard, Norm dorrison and Frank Watkins. nterment was in Mountain View Cemeterry. Martin Bros, td., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the KAl fad Lnnie iry 3 aw Whs Wh We L th TU1 V 0 ay, v Qui Sad Jus Tre -E a KA a asse Yo No As We ___ 6 i TL ry lay arv Th Br Yo Bu WI S. Phone ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANCING. PHONE JONES f 1 Passed away sud- t enly at the residence on Tues- f ay, February 2, 1971, Lucy, at he age of 86 years, of 1262 5th venue Ncrth, beloved wife of IB late Mr. James Steele. Fu- i eral arrangements will be an- c ounced when completed. Mar-in Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- i eral Sen-ice. C3237 1 t MAH1EUX Gabrielle of Blairmore, passed way in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital, Tuesday, February 2, 971, beloved wife of Charles rtahieux of Blairmore. Bern hi trance, January 27, 1902, the ate Mrs. Mahieux came to Canada in 1909, settling in "Yank, Alberta, where she re-ided until 1916, when she moved to Cowley. After her marriage in 1927, the couple moved o Blairmore, where they have esided since. She was prede-eased by ha- father in 1953, her mother in 1966 and by one son George in June 1970. Survivors include her husband Charles of Blairmore and three grandchildren.- Prayers will be said at St. Anne's Catholic Blairmore at p.m. 'hursday evening. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Anne's Catholic Church, Blair-more, on Friday, February 5 at a.m. Interment to fol-ow, family plot, Blairmore Catholic Cemetery. Fantin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. aunt and sister-in-law, who passed away Febru-19S4. ever long our lives may last, lever lands we view, itever joy or grief be ours, will always think of you. wingly remembered b y e Swidinsky families. 3874 WER In loving mem-f a dear mother, Winifred who passed away Febru-, 1970. etly remembered every day, ly missed along life s way as you were, you will always be asured in our memory, ver remembered by Jeffrey nd Eleanor. 3380 LITA In loving memory dear mother Anna, who away February 3, 1954. j are not forgorten loved one r will you ever be, long as life and memory last will remember thec. Jways remembered b y lichael and Joyce. 3875 RNER In loving mem-of my dear wife, Winifred who passed away Febru-3, 1970. is day comes with deep regret, uigs back a day I'll never forget, u fell asleep without goodbye, t memories of you wil never die, lile my dear wife rests am sleeps, ur loving memories 1'] always keep. Lovingly remembered b 3 your husband, Bud. mail exchange Jiar. OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minster Trudeau and a group of former Montreal mail truck drivers had a sharp exchange of bur-letter words on Parliament Hill Tuesday but an aide to drivers words not know whether Mr. Trudeau lad actually used the words ascribed to him by a union leader. The incident occurred early in he afternoon as Mr. Trudeau emerged from his car ?nd valkcd Ihe protesters before entering the building. Frank Diterlizzi, spokesman for the men, all former drivers of G. Lapalme Inc., quoted the prime minister as saying "Man-jez de la merde" which litter-a'ly means "eat shit" but has about the force of the English expression "go to hell." Mr. Diterlizzi was interviewed by reporters as was the prime minister after the incident. But no reporter is known to have actually witnessed the exchange resorted bv Mr. Diterlizzi. ON EXCHANGE In an interview in his office later Mr. Tnideau neither con finned nor denied the four-letter exchange. But he did say: "If these guys come here to harass and insul me, they can expect to re ceive insults in return." The nrime minister said tha he had been provoked .and in suited by the demonstrators w'lo have protested for nearly i year the government takeove of mail service deliveries or Montreal Island after their owr company declined to bid for re newal of its delivery contrao last April 1. Many of the more than drivers were later offered job in the post office but declhiet when they learned they woult have to give up their union affil iation with the Confederation o National Trade Unions. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK. CABINETS We build kitchen cabinets, vanities, storage or dbptoy Phone 327.87SS. Yippie ordered out of Canada TORONTO (CP) Abbie Hoffman, a United States radical convicted of crossing state limits with intent to incite a riot, was detained at Toronto International Airport Tuesday for six hours and then ordered out of the country for the second time in three weeks. Hoffman, represented by Toronto lawyer Ian was given a SVa-hour hearing by a ooard of immigration officials. The board said Hoffman was refused to Canada because he had been convicted of an offence involving moral turpitude and because he had been deported before on the same grounds. Hoffman, self-proclaimec leader of a radical group callec Yippies, is free on bail pending an appeal of his conviction, which followed activities outside the 1968 Democratic party convention in Chicago. He was one of the Chicago Seven tried on charges of con spiracy to incite riot. TUNED BACK BEFORE The Yippie leader was origi refused entry to Canads Jan. 13 at Fort Erie, Ont., wher l he was en route to take part it a taping of the television pro 1 gram Under PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read Herald'ls JeHoSle "or mly the first Incorrect minister said later he Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRES Pietro de PUBLIC NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE of WILLIAM F. KlEMELE also known as w LL AM FRANK KlEMELE and WILLIAM KlEMELE, late of the Town of Vulcan In the Province of Alberta, who died on the Third day of September, A D 1970 TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-Inu claims upon the estate of the above named must 111 i with the undersigned Solicitors by the Third day of March, A D 1971 a full statement ot their cialms and of securities held by thpm. HUCKVALE, WILDE KRUSHEL Solicitors for Estella M. Kiemele, also known as Stella M. Kiemee, Executrix, Acadian Building, Italy's minister of justice before the second World War and a former president of the University of Rome. Littleton, James McLeod, 93, native of Prince Edward bland who served two tenns as a Republican on the New Hampshire state executive council in the mid 1930s and 1940s, and several terms in tie state Senate and House of Representatives. Harry Roy, 69, British bandleader who made his name during the big band era of the 1930's with such hits as Somebody Stole My Gal and Tiger Rag. Robert Billiard 52, lyric writer for such, hits as Dear Hearts and Gentle People and Our Day Will Come; of a heart attack. Mishawaka, Charles H Kuhl, 55 the American soldier Gen. George S. Patton slappec in a Sicilian hospital during the Second World War. Gunnar Jahn, 88, who handed out 19 Nobel Peace prizes as chairman of the Nor wegian parliament's Nobel com mittee from 1942 to CITY OH LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT, 1963 and IN THE MATTER of City of Lethbrid! By.Law No. S937, being a By-Law amend By-Law 2750, being a By-La with respect In zoning for the ci THAT on Monda 7he we 1 day of February, 1971, the hour of 0'clocK In the site In the Council Chamber of Ci Hall, the council of Ihe City of Let Bridge will hold a Public Mean pu'rsuant to Section 130 of The Pla nino Act to consider the proposed B Law 2937 to amend By-Law 27SO, know ANDhFURTHER8T'AKE' NOTICE THA the pronosed By-Law 2937 will ame the Zoning Map by deleting from Zo CIO Commercial (Warehousing) ant delineating as Zone C6 Cornmerc (Neighborhood) the lands described a Block Two A Plan Lethbrid .1047-JK and municipally known AND NOTICE THA a copy of the proposed By-Law may inspected at the office of the Cil Clerk in the City Halt during the n NOTICE TH any person who wishes to make rep sentation concerning the proposed a Law snail first file a written E mission with the City Clerk not la than o'clock noon on Friday 19th day of February, 1971. AND FURTHER NOTICE TH such persons as file such written si mission may appear at the Pub Hearing to make representations an to answer questions at City Coynci concerning their submissions, but s ject to the condition that oral re resentation in support of a brief wil be limited to thirty minutes and o rebuttal period of no more OF THANKS HEINONEN We wish to express our most sincere 'hanks to friends, neighbors and those who helped during our recent bereavement. Special thanks to the doctors, nursing staff of Picture Butte Hos >ital, the pallbearers, and to those who sent cards, flower and food. Our deepest appreciation to everyone. John and Betty, Le and Helen and families. Doris, passed away in the city after a lengthy illness, on Monday, February 1, 1971, beloved wife of Harold Jones of Grassy Lake. Mrs. Jones was born in Middlesbrough, England and came to Medicine Hat with her parents in 1913. She received her education in the schools of Medicine Hat and later in Vancou ver and at the time of ha- passing, her home was at Grassy Lake. She leaves to mourn he passing besides her loving hus band, Harold one son by a previous marriage, K e nnet Fowler of Nanaimo; two grandchildren; two brothers, Leslie Gibson of Fort St. John; two sisters, Mrs. Lance (Ruby) Mervin and Mrs. Louise Croc keet both of Vancouver. She was predeceased by one brother Harold Gibson and two sisters Mrs. Ethel Simpson and Mrs R. Henshall. Funeral services will be held in the Taber Angli can Church on Friday, Febru ary 5th, 1971 at 2 p.m., money's worth of MEMORIAMS TURNER In loving mem ory of our dear friend, Winiire May, who passed away Febru ary 3, 1970. Memories are like leaves o gold, They never tarnish or gro old. remembered b Vera and Michael. DATED st the City of Lethbridge i 3rd day of February, J. C. Daisley father and John Gerla City taken to Calgary for crema tion. No flowers by request, and any one wishing may donat the the Canadian Cancer Society at Oddie's Central Drugs o i Taber. Chirstensen Salmon Fun eral Home Ltd., Directors o Funeral Ssrvice passed away February 1968. His memory is as dear toda As in the hour he passe away. remembered by h loving daughter, Doroih and family. 38 KALITA, Anna In lovin memory of my dear wife wi passed away February 3, 1964 It's a lonely life without yo And sad has been the way, For life at home is not th same, Since you were called awa> Lovingly remembered b her husband Peter 38 KALITA. Anna ID lovinf memory of our dear mother anc grandmother, who passed awaj February 3, 1B64. So many things have hap pened. Since you were called away So many things to share will you. Had you been left to Slav, i It broke cur hearts to los you. But you did not go nlnne: For part of us went with y.ii The (lav you decided to home. loved nnd missed by dmiphters Ann 1 Ella and their families. 1 7 s t i 1 fl HI IflKvK 1 Nothing satisfies as Jililfek 1 much as coffee at its best roasted coffee with all ITS flavor sealed in until it's timeto perk. That's the kind l of you get when you J take home Nabob, the 1 blend that never varies. V Vf 1 f 1 In all the West, Nabob is f iilli, 1 ihe No. 1 ground coffee ...the coffee that delivers CITY OF LETHBRIDGE WEST LETHBRIDGE DEVELOPMENT -PHASE ON INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders marked "CITY OF LETHBRIDGE WE5T LETHBRIDGE DEVELOPMENT PHASE ONE will be received until p.m. Moun tain Standard Time en February 23 1971, at the office of the City Purchas ing Agent at City Hall, Lelhbridge Tenders will be opened at p.m on February 23, 1971. The Contract documents are arrange with two alternates. alternate must be tendered. The project will include the follow ng A. UTILITIES 1, Drainage systems comprising 11 4CO ft. of pipe for Alternate and ft. of pipe for Alte nate II varyinq in diameter fror 10 in. to 60 in. complete wt all appurtenances. 1 Sanitary system comprising ft. of pipe for Allernate 1 an ft. of pipe for Alternate to 31 in. complete with ail a purtenances. 3. supply system compr sin ft. of pipe for Alternate and ft. of pipe fcr Alterrat M varying in diameter from in. to 30 in. complete with s appurtenances. B. ROADS 1. Gradinq c.y. Alternate 1 c.y. Alternate 11 2. Granular Base Course c.y. Alternate 1 c.y. Alternate It 3. Asphalt Pavement 25.CM s.y. Alternate 1 only A. Concrete Curb ar.d Gutter l.f. Alternate 1 1 f. Alternate M 5. Concrete Sidewalk l.f. Alternate 1 only Tender documents may be obtained the office of Ihe Engineering Direct for the City ot Lethbridqe or from oftice of the Consulting Engineers Calgary and Edmcntcn or