Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, February 19, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 31 71 TUCMERS TEACHERS BUSINESS Births, Deaths, In Memoriams i 1 Cards Of Thanks s tangle c NEW ORLEANS (AP) -The legal issues involved in a ruling that reversed the My Lai massacre conviction of William Calley are under study by 13 United States appeals court judges. The army arg'jes that legal precedent created by the Calley case would make it impossible to find jurors in many trials, while the defence says the case is unique and thus useless as precedent. The judges of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments on the case Thaw se Cuba re Teachers of all grades and subject areas are required by FORT McMURRAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2833 for the 1975-76 school term THE COMMUNITY: Fort McMurray Is a town of twelve thousand, live hundred located In a beautiful river valley two hundred and seventy-five (275) miles north of Edmonton. It Is trie population center of the Athabasca Oil Sands and Is growing rapidly as a result of the Syncrude project. It Is a young town that Is destined to become one of Alberta's major cities. A golf course, Indoor swimming pool, skating rink, curling rink, tennis courts, ball diamonds, ski hill, and many other recreational facilities are available In the community. Gregoire Lake, located seventeen (17) miles south of the town offers an Ideal opportunity for boating, swimming, fishing, water skiing and picnicking. The area around Fort McMurray Is ideal for the outdoorsman and Is popular for skidoolng and, cross country skiing. THE SCHOOLS: All schools are located in the Town of Fort McMurray. They are all relatively new and very well equipped. The young enthusiastic teachers, understanding Principals and progressive school trustees make It an ideal teaching situation. THE SALARY: Two Three Four Five Six 1 ,040 .845 Plus a Fort McMurray allowance of per annum. ACCOMMODATION: We will assist you to find accommodation. Apply in writing including references, latest Superintendent's reports, student teaching reports and other pertinent information to: Mr Jerry L. Sacher. Superintendent of Schools, Fort McMurray School District No. 2833. 8314 Fraser Avenue, Forl McMurray, Alberta T9H 1X1 mortgages now available on residential property anywhere n southern Alberta. For further dtftalls please contact Horneplan Realty Ltd., 1026 3rd Ave. S.. Lethbrldgo. Phone 328-3347. LOANS AND MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. 328-5548 REED Mark and Sharon are pleased to announce the arrival of their first child, a boy, Kyle Thomas, 6 Ibs., 5 02 Proud grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Y. Nishimura anc Mr. and Mrs. Reed ol Nobleford. Great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. K Shimozawa, Mr. and Mrs. S Nishimura and Mrs. Hilda Jorgenson, of Granum. 806 DEATHS NELSON Passed away suddenly in Bow Island on Tuesday, February 18th, 1975, Mr. Christian Julius Nelson, at the age of 84 years, of Bow Island. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C6568 MORRISON OF THANKS TANAKA My sincere and heartfelt thanks to all my friends, neighbors, and relatives for cards, flowers, and visits while I was in Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Special thanks to all the doctors, nurses, and staff for the best of Care. Tanaka 787-21 LOWE Our sincere and heartfelt thanks to all our friends and neighbours for the flowers, food, cards, and kind thoughts during the recent loss of our beloved wife and aunt. Thanks to the Ladies Auxiliary of the Canadian Legion, Lethbridge for the lovely lunch following the service. Also to the Cardston Legion and Auxiliary, the doctor, ana" Nurses of Bigelow Clinic and to Rev. Derek Hoskin. Your kindness was very much appreciated. Charles, and family. MORTGAGE SERVICE First Mortgages Mortgages up to Mortgages Financing. also purchase or lend against take-back or existing mortgages. Preferred Finance Corporation Ltd. 6012 Centre Street South Calgary, Alberta. T2H OC3 Phone; 253-0196 all types, no job too small. Phone 328-9490 or 327-7181. exterior painting, small' carpentry jobs, roof repairs. Reasonable. Phone Bill 328-9743. 72 LICENSED KINDERGARTENS and J Equipment Construction heaters, oil, propane and natural gas service and rentals. Cuddle Bunny Day Nursery Children two to six years. Phone 328-2835. Pruning, trimming and felling. Call 328-2094, 327-1323. trencher and loaders. C and J Equipment and Rentals. 77 MUSICIANS AND and Homes renovations garages all brick, block and the hemispheric embargo of Cuba remains intact, some American officials see a slow but accelerating thaw in r delays ;cution The chemical will strip the birds of insulating oils and leave them to die of exposure. The army says the birds are a menace to health and crops and a hazard to aviation. Howard Callaway, secretary of the army, ordered the destruction of the birds at Ft. Campbell and the Milan, Tenn., army ammunition plant after being told by three scientists Tuesday that Tergitol would not present health hazards to people or animals in the area. Two army helicopter crews are standing by to spray the chemical over birds roost at F5. Campbell. At the Milan arsenal, about 100 miles southwest of here, a plane is ready for the spraying operation. "We need temperatures below 45 degrees, we need sufficient visibility to fly the flight routes over the roosts at night, we need a wind of less than 10 nautical miles an hour, and, lastly, we need a predicted rainfall of up to half an inch within 12 to 24 hours after the Klose sai.d. The weather forecast for the Ft. Campbell and Milan areas calls for temperatures in the upper 20s tonight, but no rain is predicted until the weekend. Program on Trail 'obscene' OTTAWA (CP) A recent CDC television program was "obscene and profane" in its portrayal of the town of Trail, B.C. as "an industrially-polluted Progressive Conservative Bob Brisco said Tuesday. Mr. Brisco, a Trail chiropractor who represents Kootenay West, was assured in the Commons by Secretary of State Hugh Faulkner the complaint will be investigated. He was referring to the program Pacificanada, which last week ran a National Film Board documentary filmed during a strike last summer at the huge Cominco plant in Trail. .The company employs of the town's residents and the film was entitled Where Are You Going, Company Town? Mr. Brisco said there was a "strong suggestion that one of the scenes was it showed a picket apparently being knocked down by a car at one of the plant gates. Mr. Brisco also challenged the film's treatment of the town itself, saying Cominco las planted a lot of greenery in Trail, to cover up the raw scars of its lead-zind mining operation. He complained about the amount of profanity on the jrogram, much of which ap-larently came from striking mineworkers. This was not suitable for p.m. viewing. Experienced, versatile drummer available. Ask tor Rob, 752-3792, Raymond. reasonable. We undercut. Phone 327-2641. Construction. Phone 329-0601. POULTRY AND WINDOWS in New Westminster, B.C., on Monday, February 17th, 1975, Mr. Gordon Morrison, at the age of 37 years of New Westminster, B.C., formerly of Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C6567 SINCLAIR Passed away in the city on Wednesday, February 19th, 1975, following a brief illness, Mrs. Jane Sinclair, at the age of 87 years, of 1029 20th St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. Alex Sinclair. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C6569 LINNING Passed away in Fort Macleod on Wednesday, February 19th, 1975, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Kitty May Linning, at the age of 77 years of Fort Macleod, formerly of Lethbridge, beloved wife of the late Mr. William Linning. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C6566 HENINGER Hattie Elizabeth Walton passed away after a brief illness on February 13th, 1975, at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Melba and J. Webb Maynard in Barstow, California, at the age of 95 years. Funeral services were held in the Raymond Stake L.D.S. Chapel on Monday, February 17th, 1975, at 2 p.m., with Bishop Richard W. Chipman officiating. Interment was in the family plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery at Raymond. Pallbearers were Paul Galbraith, Richard Heninger, Arthur Heninger, Grant Heninger, Hugh Grant and Delyn Jensen. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., were Directors of the Funeral Service. C6564 MAROSE Mr. Louis Weston (Wes) Marose, husband of Mrs. Ramona Marose of Taber, passed away on Monday, February 17th, 1975, at the age of 53 years. The late Mr. Marose was born in Taber, where he resided all his life, being employed with Canadian Sugar Factories for 23 years. Also surviving are five daughters, Mrs. D. (Judy) Gustum, of Lethbridge, Mrs. W. (Donna) Feist of Vauxhall, Mrs. T. (Sandra) Rash of Taber, Mrs. R. D. (Gloria) Gothard of Vulcan, Miss Marilyn Marose of Taber; three sons, Ken and Richard of Taber, and Phillip of Red Deer; two sisters, Mrs. H. (Glen) Horrocks, and Mrs. M. (Edna) Foulkes, both of Taber and 12 grandchildren. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, February 20th at 2 p.m. in Knox United Church, with Rev. R. Heffelfinger officiating. Interment to follow in Taber Memorial Garden. Funeral arrangements by REARDON'S FUNERAL SERVICE, Taber. bird exc FT. CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) The weather has given millions of birds in Kentucky and Tennessee a brief stay of execution although the Pentagon has approved plans to eradicate them. "It appears tonight and tomorrow night are not Lt.-Col. John Klose, Ft. Campbell information officer, said Tuesday night. "We'll have to take it a day at a time." Klose said the United States Army, will spray the roosts of the estimated 12 million to 14 million cow birds, starlings, grackles and other varities of black birds with a biodegradable detergent, Tergitol. Tiny planet approaches Earth MOSCOW 78 LOST AND hens and fryers, also custom killing. H. Dyck, 345-32P.4. Coaldale. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. the area of Sweet Sixteen store. Reward. Phone 327-2739. 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. PETS AND Found Small black dog wearing leather collar. 15lh St. and 3rd Ave. N. Phone 328-1544. pups for sale. Phone 234-2188. Trip for two to Hawaii for sale, value, S1000, discount negotiable. 654-2815 Vauxhall, evenings only. sale Registered Irish Setter puppies, three months old. and 756-3447, Stirling. building, stuccoing and cement work. Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. sale, two male West Highland Scottish Terriers. each. Six weeks old. Phone 345-3094. Lost between Shaughnessy and Lethbridge Friday afternoon, small propane bottle and Sure-Flame torch. Reward offered. 758-6633, Magrath. MAN SERVICES Serving home and industry. Garbage collection; yards, basements and garages cleaned. Free estimates. Phone 328-4592. Kennels Individual indoor-outdoor heated solid block runs. See yellow pages. 79 Homes, general contractor. Commercial and resldentia remodelling. Phone 328-9525, or 327-9914. give away, one year old Cock-a-poo, has all shots, tully trained, gentle with children. Phone 329-4225 after 6 p.m. THE PEN MATE CLUB An excellent way to find friends. Box 2308 Calgary, Alberta. Bingham Construction Custom Built Homes additions, rumpus rooms and renovations. Phone 327-3284. Dons and cats, individual runs, fully heated kennel. Southalta Kennels! Barnwell. Phone 223-4130. Moneymaking Opportunity Stuff envelopes, Hundred. Clip news items, S2.00-S10.00. Details. H.C. Enterprises. Box G1255, Vermilion, Alia. TOB 4MO. repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, Lethbridge and District Kennel Club will hold obedience Swinging couples and singles meet others in Western Canada reoistration is a necessity and can be arranged by phoning 327-0586. Classes will be limited on a first corn-e, first served basis. BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, landscaping, back filling, driveway, corral cleaning, rototilling. No job too small or too large., 327-5817. details, CY Club, P.O. Box 48703, Van. B.C. Do you ever wonder whether there is' more to life than what you havo? Do 'ou want to know the best life? vMte o Bible Studies, Box 842, .athbridge. Alta. Free and Non-Denominational. 641 BUSINESS OCCASION GIFT SHOP carrying quality merchandise. Post office in conjunction with the operation nearly pays the rent. Ideal business for a one owner, in great location. Call "OSTER REALTY" at 329-4200 and HAZEL will arrange' an appointment. plowing, hoeing, installations and supplies. Prairie Ditching Company PHONE 328-8280 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem, phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after FREEZE Near Penticton on .72 acre with 16 trailer hook ups, five month operation. Good returns, all equipment In excellent condition. Contact Les Williams, P. E. KNOWLES LTD.. 618 Main St. Penticton, B.C. Phone 604-492-3815.71 SICK OF GULPING PILLS TO KILL NUMBER REPLIES 148, 146, 139, 131. 125, 119, 110, 101. 100, 87, 85, 82, 79, 77, equipped well establish meat market. A real going concern for a man and wife or as a two butcher business. Owner asking for business and equipment, ble and correct it. Psyiotherapy Licence 1340. Phone 328-7874, belore9a.m. 639-1 astronomers, looking for clues to the origin of the solar system, have photographed a tiny planet on its nearest approach to earth for 82 years. The astronomers took 70 photographs of the asteroid Eros, eastimated to measure only 17 miles across, as it swung past the earth nearly 15 million miles away, Tass news agency reported. Eros, discovered in 1898 in orbit around the sun, and the moon are the solar system's only planetary bodies to come so close to earth. The news agency said scientists, using the latest observation equipment, are hoping to uncover some of the secrets of Eros' makeup, which in turn may throw light on the creation of the solar system. Eros was calculated to have passed the earth unnoticed in 1894 at a distance of 14 million miles on its 643-day journey around the sun. It last came within observing distance in 1931. Nightingale on new British note LONDON (Reuter) British women record another First Friday when the Bank of England issues a new note Featuring Florence Nightingale. A portrait of the woman who reformed British nursing methods 120 years ago appears on the back of the 10-sterling note, worth about Miss Nightingale is the first woman other than a reigning monarch to be on a Bank of England note. She became known as "the ady with the lamp" when she nursed British soldiers during the Crimean war, fought against Russia between 1854 and 1856. The appearance of the new note comes nine days after Margaret Thatcher was elected leader of the Conservatives, the first woman to ead a major British political FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION. CONTACT At ANON 'FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA OF! TELEPHONE CAROL. 328-6562; SHIRLEY, 327-6292. thoroughfare. Please phone for further details. ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES LTD., CENTER VILLAGE MALL. PHONE 328-8184, LETHBRIDGE. FOR DIESEL FUEL AND GASOLINE Sealed Tenders clearly marked as to contents will be received by the undersigned at his office in Taber for the supplying of Diesel Fuel and Standard Gasoline (Orange) for a period of twelve (12) months commencing April 1st, 1975, to March 31st, 1976. Closing date for receipt of tender is Monday the 10th day of March 197S at the hour of Noon. For further particulars with regards to deliveries please contact the under-signed. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. DOUGLAS FRANCIS Secretary-Treasurer Municipal District of Tabor No. 14 Taber, Alberta. AND GROCERY STORE ideal two family business opportunity located in the heart of irrigated district in Southern Alberta on hard surface road. Can be sold as single units at and or as double unit for total price. M.L.S. DRIVE-IN DAIRY BAR Gasoline retail outlet in thriving southern Alberta town. OLIVER HANDLEY Real Estate Coaldale 345-3534 LES HANDLEY 80 SERVICES AND renovations, roofing, etc. Call 345-4561, anytime. Personal Income Tax returns completed. Reasonable. Phone 327-6254. Kirby Vacuum Sales and Service. 1283 3rd Ave. S. Free home demonstration, phone 328-8962. Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-5114. Maytag Sales and Service. Services on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES. 905 3RD AVE- S. Phone 327-'4456. LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENCE Public notice is hereby given that The 3oard of Governors, Lethbridge uommunlty college intends to apply :o The Alberta Liquor Control Board :or a Dining Lounge Licence to sell Deer, and wine by the glass for consumption on the following described premises: THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LETHBRIOGE. ALBERTA Lot NE Quarter. Block 20 6 21 -W4. Plan No. 467HD. Objections to his application shall be made orthwith to The Alberta Liquor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this 12th day of February. 1975. THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA HANDLEY BURTON 88 BUSINESS INVESTORS OPPORTUNITY New 26 suite apartment Ideal location, all deluxe suites, fireplaces, appliances, carpeted throughout, a 1 0% cash return plus equ ty gain. cash to mortgage. Total price WRITE BOX 140, HERALD THE FAMILY 140 MOSCOW (Reuter) A 139-'ear-old woman has died in he Soviet Caucasus moun-ains but a man has just celebrated his 140th birthday, aid reports reaching here 'uesday. Tass news agency aid the woman, Khfaf .asuria, died in the village of Kutor in the western Caucasus. The news-laper Molodyozh Gruzii Yough of Georgia) said ttcdzhid Agayev of Azerbai-an In the eastern Caucasus las turned 140 and is in excellent tffwr i tWV "It's okay if he bites you, mister he's had his rabies for two hours Tuesday, but there was no indication when a ruling might be expected. A main issue was whether a flood of news stories on May Lai and Calley prejudiced court martial jurors and thus violated his constitutional rights. In reversing Calley's con- viction last Sept. 25, U.S. District Judge Robert Elliot of Columbus, Ga., devoted 85 pages of a 132-page ruling to pre-trial publicity. United States relations with the island country. The U.S. state department's public position is that the rela- tionship has not changed but officials tell a different story in private. The most, recent, sign of a thaw was last week's decision by the state department to re- lax restrictions on travel for Cuba's diplomats at the United Nations. The distance Cuban delegates are per- mitted to travel outside New York City was increased to 250 miles from 25. Also, there were these other developments over the last few months: state department, moving away from its previous opposition to lifting the hemispheric embargo, has adopted a neutral stand. Sparkman (Dem. Senate foreign relations committee chairman and a consistent supporter of presidential policies in foreign affairs, has urged restoring normal relations with Cuba. U.S. Congress has quietly lifted prohibitions on aid to countries trading with Cuba. has released four American prisoners as a ges- ture of friendship to Senators Jacob Javits (Rep. N.Y.) and Claiborne Pell (Dem. who visited the island last September. to Senators Edward Kennedy (Dem. Mass.) and Lloyd Bentsen (Dem. Tex.) have visited Cuba at Cuba's invitation. Officials discount the significance of two other developments last week that have been perceived in some quarters as friendly gestures. Three Americans convicted on drug charges were releas- ed from jail in Cuba, but of- ficials said the move was ex- pected because the prison terms of the three had ex- pired. The second development in- volved a treasury department decision to permit a Canadian subsidiary of Litton Industries to trade with Cuba despite federal statutes that ban such trade. Officials say the deci- sion was intended not as a gesture to Cuba, but to Canada, which had insisted that the proposed transaction be allowed to take place. A major obstacle in the way of a more normal relationship between Washington and Ha- vana is the Organization of American States embargo, now in its llth year. One .senior official, expressing hope for early OAS action on the issue, recently called the embargo a "fat asserting it is doing more harm than good for inter- American relations. The same official said Prime Minister Fidel Castro has toned down his rhetoric considerably in recent months, a fact which he said "has not gone unnoticed here." Nonetheless, there are prac- tical impediments to a more normal relationship. As one official explained it: "Because of U.S. technology and industrial goods, Cuba has a lot more to gain from a renewal of relations than the United States. If that step were mutually beneficial, it would be much easier to sell it to the American people." Arnold Vickery, assistant to the army's general counsel, said assigning news stories that much weight "would give over to the media the power to control prosecutions." Patterns Fashion's Topper! 7330 Travel first class in the smartest crocheted topper! Has everything wide revers, double breasted, but- tons, smart sash, big pockets. Crochet of knitting worsted in two colors in shell stitch. Pattern 7330: sizes 8-18 included. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. 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