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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 88 BUSINESS BUSINESS Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks INVESTORS OPPORTUNITY New 26 suite apartment Ideal location, all deluxe sullen, llreplaces, appliances, carpeted throughout, a 10% cash return plus equity gain. cash to mortgage. Total price WRITE BOX 140, HERALD Passed away in Vancouver, Monday, February 10th, Mr. Cyril Saunders, formerly of Lethbridge, beloved husband of Lillian Saunders, beloved father of sons, Reggie and Allen. Funeral service in Dosercourt Baptist Church, Edmonton, Tuesday, February 14th, 1975. 694B TONIN Orsolina passed away Thursday, February 13th, 1975. Other survivors besides her immediate family include one adopted son, Daryl Arnett, Calgary, (previously incorrectly stated as a Three sisters, Maria, Stella and Teresa; and one brother, Peter, all of Italy. 694A 89 LOANS AND fund gifts slow Donations for the .Heart Fund have reached almost but contributions are beginning to slow down with 15 days still left in February Heart Month. Betty Margraves, residential campaign chairman, said Blitz night, Feb. 3, got the campaign off to a roaring start, with collected. "But the weather is against us this she said and though some canvassing is continuing and donations are coming in by mail the contributions are slowing down. New post for Morton Ray Morton, a former public relations official with the Canada Winter Games, has been appointed marketing manager for Southern Alberta of Palliser Distillers, it has been announced. Mr. Morton is based in Calgary and his responsibility extends from Red Deer south. He will be responsible for consumer and customer relations and marketing in his area. Trudeau cold gone OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau is feeling better after suffering from a bad cold, a spokesman for the prime minister's office today. Mr. Trudeau should be back at work this week, he said. The prime minister did not attend Friday's sitting of the Commons. The prime minister and his wife spent last weekend skiing near Banff, and then attended the opening of the Canada Winter Games in Lethbridge. Cable workers may strike SENTINEL (CNP Bureau) Employees of Phillips Cables (Western) Ltd. here Sunday voted 96.8 per cent in favor of a possible strike in a contract dispute between 171 members of the Canadian Association of Industrial, Mechanical and Allied Workers and the company. The members also voted 99.4 per cent. to reject conciliation officer L. Y. Taylor's recommendations. Employees are asking for a hourly increase in wages and a one-year contract. The wage scale at Phillips Cables varies categorically from J3.65 per hour to a top 15.19 cents per hour. The contract expired Feb. 12. Negotiations have been under way since December. Feb. 25 is the earliest date employees of the plant may strike. on Monday, February 17, 1975, following a brief Mr. Norman Fox at the age of 72 years of the Blue Sky Lodge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6519 SPACKMAN Amy Clarissa, beloved wife of the late Thomas Alfred Spackman, passed away in Cardston on Thursday, February 13th, 1975 aged 78 years. Funeral services will be held in the Cardston Alberta Stake Chapel on Tuesday, February 18th. at p.m. Friends may meet the family at the Salmon Funeral Home, Cardston, on SECOND MORTGAGF. Rates as low as 14.98% Simple Interest Cash available now Up to No bonuses ol hidden charges Pay off at anytime No prepayment penalty Enquiries welcome HOUSEHOLD REALTY CORPORATION LIMITED HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Corporation of Canada 506 4TH AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 327-1511 90 Interior, exterior painting, small' carpentry jobs, roof repairs. Reasonable. Phone Bill 328-9743. C and J Equipment Construction hea ers, oil. propajie and natural gas service and rentals. beloved wife of Mr. Donald Jarvis of 2506 7 A Ave. N., Lethbridge, passed away in the city on Saturday, February 15th, 1975 at the age of 38 years. Mrs. Jarvis was born at Star City, Saskatchewan, on May 27th, 1936. She received her formal education at the Queen Mary Public School in Prince Albert and also at Eden Bridge School and Ridgedale High. She .was later employed as a hairdresser in the Rosetown and Melfort areas of Saskatchewan until 1956 when she entered the Canadian Armed Forces (Air spending three years in the East. She was married to Donald Jarvis in Grimsby, Ontario on May 2nd, 1959. Besides her loving husband Donald, she leaves to mourn her passing her beloved children, Kimberley Anne, Candice Theresa, Christopher Arlo, Carroll Dawn, Katherine Joan, Carrie Michelle, Cameron Charles, and adopted daughter, Anne Margaret, all of Lethbridge. Also her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark of Nipawin, Saskatchewan; two brothers, Lewis of Ridgedale, Saskatchewan, James of Hamilton, Ontario; and two sisters, Mrs. Allan (Margaret) Muirhead of Shellbrook, Saskatchewan and Mrs. Eva Smieska of Hamilton, Ontario. Requiem mass will be said in Assumption Catholic Church, 2405 -12th Ave. S., Lethbridge, on Wednesday, February 19th at a.m., Father Robert Chisholm celebrant. Prayers will be held in the Christensen Chapel, 327 10th St. S. on Tuesday evening at p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6517 LEBSACK Passed away on Saturday, February 15th, 1975, Mrs. Freda, aged 46 years, beloved wife of Mr. Elmer Lebsack, Vulcan. Services will be held at the Evangelical Church Vulcan, Wednesday, February 19th'at 2 p.m., Rev, Charles S. Daku officiating. Interment Vulcan Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. C6512 DONICK Edna Eliza, passed away in Taber on Saturday, February 15th, 1975 at the age of 63 years, beloved wife of William Donick of Taber. Mrs. Donick was born in Taber, June 18th, 1911, daughter of Alfred and Eliza Anderson of Barnwell. She received her education in the Barnwell schools, and was married to James Frank Johnson on March llth, 1930 and 'her son Calvin Johnson resides in California. Later she was married to William Donick of Taber and they had continued to reside in Taber until the time of her passing. She leaves to mourn her pass-ing besides her loving husband, one son, Calvin of California; two daughters, Mrs. Cheryl DeBona and Mrs. Marlene Kerlhoff, both of Taber; nine grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Valeria Ferguson of Taber; two brothers, Iryin A. Anderson of Barnwell and Floyd Anderson of Taber. Mrs. Donick was an active member of the L.D.S. Church. Funeral services will be held in the Taber Stake L.D.S. Chapel on Tuesday, February 18th, at 2 p.m., with Bishop Harold E. Evanson Backhoes. trencher and loaders. C and J Equipment and Rentals. from 7 to 9 p.m. Interment will take place in the Cardston Cemetery. SALMON FUNERAL HOME, Directors of Funeral Service. C6514 SEEMAN Mrs. Minna, beloved mother of her daughter, Mrs. Kate Nirk and son, Mr. Eugene Seeman of Lethbridge, passed away at the age of 85 years on February 8th, 1975, in Kilingi-Nomme, Estonia. She is also survived by one grandson, Mr. Arne Nirk, great-granddaughters Etta, Lisa and Karin, all of Lethbridge. One granddaughter Eda-Malle Lisevich-Seeman and great-grandson Marc Robert of Edmonton. Funeral services were held on February 15th, 1975, at p.m. in the family plot in Saarde Cemetery; Estonia. 694 BRYMERSKI Passed away in the city on Sunday, February 16, 1975, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Elizabeth Brymerski at the age of 44 years, beloved wife of Mr. Edward Brymerski of 2407 8th Ave. A North. Born, raised, and educated in the Old Country, the late Mrs. Brymerski came to Canada in 1949 and settled in the Lethbridge district, where she had resided until her passing. Besides her loving husband she is also survived by three daughters, Miss Liz Brymerski, Miss Margaret Brymerski, Miss Susan Brymerski, all of Lethbridge; her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Szucs of Raymond; one sister, Mrs. Wm. (Katie) Niznikowski of Magrath; one brother, Mr. Frank Gutowski of Calgary. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Tuesday, February 18, 1975, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Wednesday, February 19, 1975, in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Father J. Brown, Celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C6518 NARKUS Passed away on Saturday, February 15, 1975, Bessie L. Narkus, age 85 years of Granum. Born in Watertown, South Dakota, she married Thomas Narkus in Oregon, where they farmed for two years prior to moving to Granum in 1909. They farmed at Granum, where Mr. Narkus passed away in 1928. She continued to operate the farm until 1944 when she retired to Granum, and then moved to F'ort Macleod in 1973. She is survived by six daughters, Mrs. J. (Mabel) Stover, of LaCresenta, Calif., Mrs. 0. (Lola) Wallace of Las Gatos, Calif., Mrs. S. (Susan) Babbin, of Granum, Mrs. W (Stella) Matheson of Invermere, Mrs. B. (Edith) Steen, Kelowna, B.C., Mrs. D. (Maxine) Fletcher, of Saratoga; nine grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren and one sister Mrs. Clara Pierce of Milton Freewater, Oregon. Besides her husband she was also predeceased by a son, Russell in 1912. The funeral service will be held in EDEN'S FUNERAL CHAPEL or Wednesday, Lestock, beloved husband of Mrs. Edith Haszard of 924 20th St. S., Lethbridge, passed away in the city on Monday, February 17th, 1975, at the age of 71 years. Funeral announcements later by CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Flowers gratefully declined. If desired, donations may be made to The Memorial Fund of McKillop United Church. C6516 IN MEMORIAMS Custom Homes renovations garages all brick, block and cement work free estimates. South-AHa Construction. Phone 329-0601. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. PRESTIGE HOMES AND CONSTR. Phone us for homes and home Improvements, garages, rumpus rooms and all cement work. Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 328-0939. Garage buildino, stuccoing and cement work. Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. HANDY MAN SERVICES Serving home arid industry. Garbage collection: yards, basements and garages cleaned. Free estimates. Phone 328-4592. Design Homes, general contractor. Commercial and residentia remodelling. Phone 328-9525. or 327-9914. husband, father and grandfather, Joseph, who passed away February 17, 1970. To your place of rest we travel, And flowers we place with care, But no one knows the heartache As we turn and leave you there. remembered by his wife, Rita, daughters Brenda and Carolyn and their families. 688 YELLOWHORN In loving memory of Kenneth, who passed away February 17, 1973. Time will go on, but your memory will never fade. His toilworn hands once busy Are folded now in sleep; And o'er his out-worn body The earth lies cold and deep. But the soul that was his essence, Lives on, and we shall see Him when The Master calls us home For all eternity. remembered and sadly missed by Betty, Crystal Brooker Yellowhorn. 689 CARD OF THANKS TOWNSEND We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all that helped us in so many ways at the time of the sudden passing of our beloved Bill. The messages of sympathy, the beautiful floral arrangements and food sent to the .home were deeply appreciated. Our thanks to those who donated to the Alberta Heart Fund in Bill's memory. The pallbearers, Rev. F. Lee, Martin Bros., Funeral Home, and a very special thank you to the Senior Members of the Lethbridge Curling Club, Doug and Elspeth Walker. and Marg Tpwnsend and relatives 657-17' Ted Bingham Construction Custom Built Homes additions, rumpus rooms and renovations. Phone 327-3284. Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs. Jim 327-5087, 328-3983. MURRAY FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, landscaping, back filling, driveway, corral cleaning, rototilling. No job too small or loo large. 327-5817. Trenching, plowing, hoeing, installations. and supplies. Prairie Ditching Company PHONE 328-8280 BOX NUMBER REPLIES 148 146 110. 101. 100. 87. 85, 82. 79. 77, PUBLIC PUBLIC NOTICE THE WATER RESOURCES ACT SHANKS LAKE DIVERSION Notice is hereby given that Kolasko Brothers has filed an applicat on and plans under provisions of the necessary works to divert a maximum of 69.0 acre feet of water per annum from Snanks Lake on the SE 35 1 21 4 for irrigation purposes. Any person having a bona fide interest in the matter may file objections with the Controller of Water Resources, Department of The Environment, Milner Building. Edmonton on or before the 10th day of March. 1975. -KOLASKO BROTH ERS DON'T LIKE COMPUTER JERUSALEM (Reuter) -Computer errors brought Israeli teachers out on strike Monday. The teachers complained of serious mistakes and delays in salary payments since the education ministry switched to a computer 16 months ago. Ministry Director General Elad Peled said there were errors in December and in January THE FAMILY fares CALGARY (CP) The city's operations and development committee has recommended that city council increase the bus fares by at least five cents by April 1. The existing fare structure, PMBttr-7 Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Gardens. Friends may Pastor Bernard Steen (son-in-law of the deceased) officiating. Interment 25 cents for adults, charged by Calgary City Transit was set seven years ago. from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, Fort Pharmacy. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. IN BUTTER Bacteria are responsible for cultured buttermilk and cultured butter made from cultured cream instead of sweet'cream. "I'm in Monday, February 17, 197S THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD 31 Wrecks result in minor hurts Get Set for Spring Two separate intersection accidents in the city Friday caus- ed a total of in damages. There were no serious injuries. One of the accidents, at p.m., occurred at 13th Street and 9lh Avenue North. The driver of one car, Lynn Lamane, 1127 24th St. N., received a cut over her nose and was treated and released from hospital. The other driver, Helen Tempel, 1310 20th St. N., was not hurt. Damage to the two cars was The second intersection accident, at p.m., at 2nd Avenue and 13th Street North, had four minor injuries and damages totalling City police said a car driven by James M. Wilson, 1907 Lakemount Boulevard, was going north on 13th Street North and was making a left turn at 2nd Avenue and was in collision with a car driven by Robert Douglas Clunie, 1316 15th Ave. S. Mr. Wilson received a cut forehead and a passenger in his car, Florence Wilson, suffered a sore right ankle. Mr. Clunie had a bump to his head and his passenger, Charles Baird, received a sore left leg. City police said investigation of the two accidents is con- tinuing. Nurse order meets Feb. 26 The annual meeting of the Victorian Order of Nurses Lelhbridge Branch is scheduled for Feb. 26 at noon at Ericksen's Family Restaurant. The meeting is open to the public and should be of interest, since the work and activities of the VON are integral parts of the health care of the city and community, says Harold Martin, publicity director for the organization. U of L lectures announced A series of free public lunchtime lectures will be run in March and April at the Lethbridge Public Library by the University of Lethbridge. The lectures will run from noon to p.m. on six consecutive Wednesdays from March 5 to April 9 in the theatre- gallery at the library. There are no fees, maximum enrolments or requirements of academic background. Topics will include Indian land claims, the media and violence and British experiences in the fall of 1974. Advertising art show beginning An advertising art display will be on exhibit at the Lethbridge library gallery from Tuesday to March 13. The exhibit, from the Alberta College of Art, will include various facets of ad art including photography, lettering, design and painting. Buying stereo rig class set Four two hour sessions on purchasing stereo equipment will be presented at the Lethbridge library theatre beginning Tuesday. The 8 p.m. sessions are free and will include aspects of sound systems from amplifiers to speakers. Film series to begin Monday The 13-part film series, Ascent of Man, will be shown at the Lethbridge library beginning Monday.' The series, which will be shown over seven weeks, traces human evolution. The first film will be shown at 8 p.m. 'Killer may have formed attachment to victim' 7385, LONDON (AP) The hood- ed killer who kidnapped attractive 17-year-old heiress Lesley Whittle from her bedroom a month ago may have formed an emotional at- tachment to his victim and adopted her as a a police official said Sunday. "He has shown compassion to women in some of his Detective Chief Supt. 'Robert Booth told reporters. Speaking of Miss Whittle, he said: "As long as she does not upset him she may still be safe." Booth said in one of his crimes the kidnapper loosen- ed the bonds of a woman who complained and on another oc- casion gave a blanket to a woman who said she was cold. Booth heads the hunt for the kidnapper, who police say shot and killed three village postmasters before abducting Miss Whittle oh Jan. 14. The killer, who has become known here as the Black Panther because of the hood and dark clothes he wears, is Britain's most-wanted man. Booth's theory of an emo- tional attachment between kidnapper and victim drew a parallel with The Collector, a novel turned into a movie in which a kidnapper's female victim is treated as a pet to gratify a personal longing for affection. "The ingenuity, complexity, planning and deviousness of this man is such that until now I would not believe I could have met him outside the pages of Booth said. More than 400 detectives, including sharpshooters, have joined the search for the gun- man, last seen at a freight de- pot in Dudley, a Midlands in- dustrial town 12 miles from, the kidnap scene. Police said the kidnapper went to the depot to leave in- structions for payment of ransom, and that when he was spotted by a security guard he fired seven shots at the man, seriously wounding him. A police search of'the kid- napper's car, found abandon- ed 150 yards from the depot, revealed strands of hair sub- sequently identified as belong- ing to Miss Whittle, and printed tapes giving ransom instructions. The kidnapped girl's brother, Ronald, who runs the family's prosperous transpor- tation business, has told reporters he is willing to pay the ransom. A bottle of soft drink recom- mended for invalids and barley sugar sweets also were found in the killer's abandon- ed car, leading police to believe the man may be a diabetic. In their latest efforts to track the killer police checked doctors to see whether any had prescribed insulin treat- ment to anyone resembling the wanted man. A NEW-TINY STAV-AWAK6 ALARM FW SLEEPY COVERS IS ACTIVATED BV A FOSrTKJN- SENSITIVE IFTM6 HEAP NCOS, THE BATTERV- FOWERED SOUNPUMTTrWr CAM BE CARRIED IN ASMIRT ROCKET, eoes OFF... njtfivti 9Nnt SEEKS PRG CONTACTS NEW DELHI (AP) The Indian government announced Monday it is seeking "formal contacts and more direct rela- tions" with the Viet Cong's Provisional Revolutionary Government The dis- closure came in the annual state-of-the-nation address to Parliament by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's government. The address stopped short of saying India would extend formal diplomatic recognition to the Viet Cong's political arm. When it's nippy out, they'll feel great in cozy sets. QUICKIES! Crochet car- digan of bulky yarn from neck down all in one piece. No seams to sew. Choose 2 vivid colors. Pattern 7385: Boy's, Girls' 4-10; cap S, M, L incl. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15f 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 7t sales tax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. Casually Yours! PRINTED PATTKR> Flip collar above V neck, hip-panelled skirt this EASY (no waist dress is the right choice to go, go, go through spring. Choose neat knits. Printed Pattern 4699: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2% yards 45-inch fabric. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first- class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add 7if 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. Centner APPLICATIONS Applications for Full and Part Staff are now be- ing accepted for our new Store opening August of this year. Apply in person or by writing to the Canada Manpower Centre, 419 7th St. South, Lethbridge, Alberta. ;