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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 - THE IETHBR1DGC HERA10 - Friday, January 8, 1971 58 MALE HELP WANTED EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY Musi have Interest or sincere desire to enter the sales Held. Previous sell-Inq experience necessary. Transportation supplied: Two of the top lines to sell - John Deere and Skl-doo. Large protected area. Must have good reputation and work background. Earnings for right man can be over 510,000 per year. CONTACT KKN LEWIS, RANCHER'S SUPPLY, PINCHER CREEK. 627-4144. C1M9-Uh 59 MALE - FEMALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED DRUMMER FOR local established group (not a rock group). Must be able to play some rock plus regulation waltzes, polkas, �etc. Write box II, Herald. 1730-9 WHY DONT YOU? Become a representative of the Fuller Brush Co. Full or part-time. Average $3.24 per hour. For Interview phone Miss Caldwell, 327-1141. 1709-9 REAL ESTATE SALESMAN, MALE OR FEMALE REQUIRED. CALL 327-7444, EL RAN-CHO REALTY, FOR APPOINTMENT. ci9as-i2 66 PERSONAL GROUP OR PRIVATE BALLROOM dance Instruction. No contracts. Monthly ratesl 328-9332, alter 6 p.m. 1655-8 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 127-8049 or 328-3244, after 7:30 cm. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS TIMEX WATCH REPAIR, BOX 422, Taber, Tlmex - Westclox - Ingra-ham and others. 1542-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL- Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf DRY WALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellont workmanship. Phone 328-7362. 6394-tf 75 CONTRACTS INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DESIGN and finishing. Carpentry, upholstery and remodelling. Phono 328-9879 or 328-3856. 1319-tf FRED STEINER - CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phom C3661-1I PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should read 'heir adver tlsemonts the FIRST DAY n APPEARS and REPORT ERRORS In time 'or the next insertion. The Lethbrldge Herald Is responsible for only th� first Incorrect Insertion. PUBLIC NOTICES GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SING-er machines, competent ad|u5tments to all other makes. Free home estimate. Phone 327-2243. singer Co. o f Canada, College Mall. CI 894-9 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED BONDABLE PERSON WITH HIGH standards to represent the largest computer dating service In the country. Must be neat, responsible and able to devote full time. Write Mr. J. L. Griffin. P.O. Box 20612, Billings, Montana. 59102. 1658-8 61 TEACHERS WANTED RED DEER PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 104 Requires by February 1, 1971, the following junior high teachers: (1) Language Arts - Science combl. nation In second term of semestered program, (2) Social Studies - French combination for partially semestered program. For application forms write to G. H. Dawe, Superintendent of Schools, 4747 - 53rd Street, Red Deer, Alberta. C1962-9 PINCHER CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 29 Invites applications from qualified persons for a part-time teaching position commencing February 1, 1971, as follows: MATTHEW HALTON HIGH SCHOOL, PINCHER CREEK To teach Mathematics - Social Studies or Mathematics - English, at he high school level. CONTACT C. H. EMARD SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS BOX 219 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA PHONE A27-3M4 CI 893-9 ELEMENTARY TEACHER for Hinton Duties to commence immediately. Contact Mr. B. A. Chandler Superintendent of Schools Box 1570 Edsort, Alberta. a 971-u REEL AND ROD REPAIR - FLY tying equipment. Have hooks, boats, motors and trailers. Buy, sell or trade. George's Barber Shop and Sporting Goods. 345-3605, Coaldale, after 7 p.m. 1711-16 MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Phono 327-4456. C7353-tf 69A WINTER ACCOMMODATION WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT Queen Victoria Inn. Ideal winter furnished accommodation. Indoor heated pool, sauna, downtown, near parks. With or without meals. O f f season rates: Mr. P. G. Hartnell, Mgr., 655 Douglas St., Victoria. 1151-tf 70 GARDENING TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-7398 or 327-2438. C2968-tf JUNK AND YARD CLEAN - UP. Phone 327-7398 or 327-2438. C9127-H FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON - CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 328-2094. 5739-tf FALL CLEAN - UP. ALL KINDS OF lunk hauled away. Tree trimming and odd iobs. Phone 327-2641. 6325-tf ECONOMY TREE AND HEDGE TRIMMING - Under Winter Works Program, we are now able to trim trees and hedges very economically. Call us for free estlmete-327-2641. 872-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES HEAVY HENS - 36 CENTS PER LB. pan ready. Friers and roasting chick, ens - Pan ready 37 cents per lb. on dozen lots. Free delivery. Custom kill ing. Hellmuth Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. 1613-tf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES SIAMESE KITTENS. Phone 328-2473. REASONABLE 1731-9 WANTED - YOUNG REGISTERED male Boston Terrier. Phone 867-2270, 1541-7 FOR SALE BY TENDER t Delux Mark -1 Trlhaul Runabout boat with 40 horsepower Johnson Elec-tromatlc motor, trailer and canvass cover. Goods can be seen at Owen Distributing. Highest or any bid not necessarily accepted. Please send return bid c/o D. HINGLEY 1240 8th Ave. A South J23 L, emonamA Hong Kong vets to get new deal BIRTH BATES - Stan and Juan proudly announce the arrival of their first child, Jayson Kelly, 8 lbs., born December 22, 1970 at 3:23 p.m. at St. Michael's General Hospital, Lethbridge, Alberta. A grandson for Mr. and Mrs. Bates of Edmonton, Alberta and Mr and Mrs William Giebelhaus of Kamloops, B.C. 1761 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT MOTOR VEHICLE LICENCE PLATES Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned i|> to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Wednesday, January 27th, 1971 for cartage, storage and distribution of licence plates to Motor Vehicle Branch agents throughout the Province of Alberta. Details and specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Manager, Motor Vehicle Branch, Administration Building, 9 Street and 3rd Avenue N, Lethbrldge, Alberta. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus, Deputy Minister, Department of Highways and Transport. J3 ONE YEAR OLD TOY POODLE FOR sale. J40. Dr. R. P. Kulpers, phone 328-4645. 1774-tf DOG FOR SALE - 17 MONTH, GER-man shorthalr. Well schooled. Field experienced. Phone 234-3483. 1788-14 FOR SALE - SIAMESE KITTENS. Blue and tortoise point. Reasonable. Phone 327-3300. 1759-13h lethbridge Catholic arate S. D. No. 9 Sep Teachers required Immediately for the following openings: ft. Grade three �- To teacher core tublects and religion. School has grades one to three with three classes of each grade. t. Grade seven -Halt time teacher. School has grades one to seven with 115 students In grade seven. Apply to: Robert A. Klmmltf Superintendent of Schools Letnbrldge Catholic Separate S.D. No. 9 534 IBth Street South, LETHBRIDGE, Alberta C1931-12 DOG OBEDIENCE CLASSES WILL will commence Wednesday, January 20, at 7:00 p.m. at the 4-H Building, class nine weeks. Cost per dog per class, (leash Included) $10. 1760-16h GAILYNE TROPICALS - FRESH water fish - marine fish - Goldfish - aquariums - plants supplies - custom made tanks. We also repair aquariums, pumps, heaters, etc. 907 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-5017. 1758-tfh 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE In the matter ot Section 175 of The Municipal Government Act and In the matter of the closing of a certain lane TAKE NOTICE THAT at Its regular meeting to be held on Monday, the 25th day of January, 1971, at the hour of 8 o'clock In the afternoon, In the Council Chambers at City Hall In Lethbrldge, Alberta, the Council of the City of Lethbrldge Intends to give consideration to closing That portion of lane which lies between Block Z, Plan LETHBRIDGE 8142-G.T. and Block Twenty (201, Plen LETHBRIDGE 1461-G.O. extending northerly from the southern bound arles of said Block Z and Block Twenty (20) a distance of One Hundred and Seventy-Five (175) feet and which is municipally known as that portion of the north-south lane which Is adlaccnt to 322-334 - 23rd Slreel South AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person who claims he and his lands will be preludiclally affected by the closing of the roadway shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard by the Council by himself or his agent. DATED at Lethbridge this 8th day ot January, A.D., 1971 Joftn Gerla, City Clerk JI6 DEATHS WALDREN - Passed away in tire city, Jan. 8, Holmer Allen, age 64, beloved husband of Mrs. Coby Waldren, 225 Dieppe Blvd. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1983 GILLIES - Passed away in the city, on Wednesday, January 6, 1971, following a brief illness, Mrs. Marlene May Gillies, at the age of 29 years, beloved wife of Mr. Frank Gillies, of 12922 102nd Street, Edmonton. The funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 9, in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th Street North, with Rev. Ormand Lavenne officiating, Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1985 GOODHAND - Passed away suddenly at the residence, Jan. 4, Mrs. Beulah Irene Goodhand, age 39, of No. 5 Connaught Apartments, 309 10 Street South, beloved mother of John William Goodhand. Born and raised in Ontario the late Mrs Goodhand came to Western Canada in 1949, moving to Lethbridge in 1968, where she has resided until her passing. A family service was held at 1:30 p.m., Friday in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3 Ave. S., with Rev, R. W. K. Elliott officiating. In terment followed hi Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1984 FOR RENT Barber shop with suitable space for beauty salon, billiard room, etc., Phone 328-2573. 1745-13 VENDING BUSINESS TEN YEAR OLD ALBERTA COMPANY EXPANDING. HOT DRINK AND SNACK SUPPLY. WE ESTABLISH ROUTES. NO SELLING. PROTECTED AREA. EXCELLENT INCOME. INVESTMENT 12,795. FOR PERSONAL INTERVIEW SEND PHONE NUMBER AND ADDRESS TO P.O. BOX 5128, STATION "A", CALGARY. 1687-8 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells you how. Phone 328-3636, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-tf 63 MUSIC TEACHERS PIANO AND THEORY LESSONS. Get an early start on next year. Phone 328-5492. H60-9 64 SEWING SERVICES WILL DO SEWING AND ALTERA-Jions. Fast service. Phone 328-1659. 328 14th St. N. 1710-8 65 LOST AND FOUND 'LOSl -- Boy's Addicla (shoe) white with biue stripes, at Henderson Lake. 328-6809. 1686-8 LOST - COALDALE VICINITY - 1750 lb Angus steer. Brand left rib Apply Dick Krett, Coaldale- Phone 345-3145. 1773-14 EARN MONEY IN SPARE TIME Men or women to re-stock and collect money from New Type high quality coin-operated dispensers In your area. No selling. To quality, must have car, references, $750 to $3,000 cash. Seven to twelve hours weekly can net excellent Income. More full time. We Invest with you - and establish your route. For personal Interview write: B. V. DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED, 2480 Tec-umseh Road, East Windsor 19, Ontario. Include phone number. 1712-9 66 PERSONAL TEA CUP READING, TUESDAY Ihrough iatuiday, 3-9 p.m. at the Lotus Inn Cafe. 9264-lfh NEED HELP? rhe A.I.D. Centre � An Information- Referral service. Phone 327-7321. 10 4.m.-4 p.ni . w*et' d,iy.. r 1A^V.';5.J FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE Of- P.O. BOX. 841, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. TEENS rjc you a problem driniter lr. /our home? There's Information, un erstandinq and help 'oi you. P.O. Bo/ 861, Letnbridqe or phone Larry 'J77-8340, Carol J76-7871 Jar.t J77-708!. ClOll-tf COMPUTER DATING for blngle adults only Meet compatible people. Nov.- In U.S. and Canada, '.arqe.',* '.ompufer organization rn the IJ S For rentid'-nri.-il information, ;end ~hcr\* ^r,cl address to Comma!, P.O Bo/ 3061V, Bilhnqs. Montana, 5VI02 H 659-19 VENDING IS BIG BUSINESS Our company Is expanding again and requires distributors to service routes of vending machines. ROUTES ESTABLISHED. AREAS AVAILABLE IN CALGARY, EDMONTON, AND ALL PARTS OF ALBERTA AND SASKATCHEWAN. NO SELLING. NO SOLICITING! Car is requlredl Six to ten hours per week can run a small route. Income commensurate with investment and effort. Earnings can grow to $1,000 per month.' Cash Investment of SrSOu-$2,990 required. Fully secured by Inventory. Yes, we will consider part lime operators who are looking for an Ideal supplement Income situation, but he or she must be expansion minded. Please do not waste your time or ours it you're looking to "play with a tew vending machines." Sincere people who are prepared to follow this company's principles of "an honest day's pay for an honest day's work" may write. Your first letter should contain your phone number and sufficient references to verify. Send all replies to: SEAVIEW DISTRIBUTING LTD. British Columbia and northwest District Office. 3702 Colby, ���.. Everet, Washinyfor;'. 7S2C-1 'jtt. P.A. prison suspensions cover-up PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. (CP) - The executive-secretary of a civil servants group said Thursday night that more and more prisoners will escape from the Saskatchewan penitentiary because it is poorly adminis-tered. Paul Gascon of Ottawa, a member of the solicitor-general section of the Public Service Alliance of Canada, said the penitentiary "like most penal institutions across Canada is completely at the mercy of the prisoners who will decide how and when they will control the institutions." Eighteen prisoners have escaped from the Saskatchewan penitentiary in the last six months. All have since been recaptured. Mr. Gascon said 11 of them got away because of a recreation yard built outside the main walls. "Due to some political influences and also the lack of knowledge of some experts in the behavior of those criminals, the recreation area has lteen imposed upon the prison and thus is completely against security measures for the citizens of this city." Six officers at the penitentiary were suspended following the Nov. 25 escape of 11 prisoners. Mr. Gascon said these suspensions were a cover-up by the administration to appease the public 74 LOANS & INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available. We consider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. C1895-9 75 CONTRACTS BORGE RAVEN - 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re- , . modelling and repairs. Phone 327-32IS' j 80, former western director of Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PUESS Dartmouth, N .S .-,1 o h n R Nesbitt, 52. publisher and president of the Dartmouth Free Prcr,.-; Ltd., in hospital after an apparent heart attack. Bathnrsi, N.B.-Patrick W. Meuhan, SO, one of the leaders in developing mining as a major industry in northern New Brunswick, following an illness of several months. Vancouver-George D e r It y CRED1CO - Passed away in the city, on Tuesday, January 4, 1971, following a brief illness, Mrs. Maria Incoronata Credico, at the age of 72 years of 628 12 Street North, beloved wife of the late Mr. Luigi Credico. A Requim High Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, January 9, at St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church, the Rev. Father G, Marien celebrant. Interment will follow in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Prayers will be said at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, (tonight) January 8, at St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1986 DEATHS KIR BY - Hazel Alberta, (nee Eagleson). Funeral services will be held in the Chris-tensen Chapel on Saturday, January 9, 1971, at 2:00 p.m., with Rev. J. D. Elhard officat-ing. Interment will follow in tlie Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1987 CARDS OF THANKS ROWLEY - Our thanks to the nurses and staff of the Auxiliary Hospital find to the doctor for the care given Mrs. Lena Rowley during her long illness. Thanks also to relatives, friends and neighbors for cards and many expressions of sympathy. -Albert Rowley family 1789 RUTHVEN - William Hugh, of Vancouver, B.C., passed away Thursday, December 31, 1970, in his 95th year. Predeceased by his wife, Margaret Elizabeth Zoe in August 1969. Survived by his son Archie Ruthven of Calgary, Alta. and his daughter, Helen Zoe Ruthven of Vancouver, B.C.; one granddaughter, one grandson and seven great-grandchildren. Private family service was held Saturday, January 2 in the Canadian Memorial Church, 1811 W-16th Ave., Vancouver Rev. Stuart McLeod officiated. Cremation. A r r a n gements. through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services Ltd. 1793 1TO _ Passed away in the city, Jan. 6, following a brief illnes, Ichisaburo Ito, age 78, beloved husband of Mrs. Masa Ito, 1003 10 Av.enue North. Born and educated in Japan, the late Mr. Ito came to Canada in 1919 to Victoria and Vancouver. In 1946 he came to the Lethbridge area where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. M, (Ats) Fujita of Winnipeg and Mrs. B. (Miyako) Stewart of Lethbridge; four sons, A. (Duke) and T. (Tarn) both of Lethbridge, M. (Mas) of Revel-stoke, B.C. and M. Ito of Venezuela; two grandchildren; two sisters, one in Chicago and one in Japan; also one brother in Japan; the funeral service will be held at 3:30 p.m. Jan. 11 in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13 Street North, with Rev. Phillip Hatano and Rev. Canon G. G. Nakayama officiating Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer al Service. C1982 PALLETT - The family of Mrs E. M. Pallett wish to express their sincere thanks and ap preciation to their Mends, neighbors and relatives for their thoughtful acts of kindness, ex piessions of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings during beautiful floral offerings, during the occasion of their loss. -Mrs. Violet Izatt and family, 1775 EVANS - We wish to extend our sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses of Municipal Hospital on third and fourth floor, for the wonderful care given to our mother while she was a patient there; also to all the friends and relatives for the many gifts and cards. -Evan Cyril, Kenneth Evans and Phyllis Wurzer. 1615 IN MEMORIAMS BOYCHUK - In loving mem ory of Helen Burla Boychuk, who passed away January 6, 1946. Peace be thy rest, dear mother, 'Tis sweet to breathe thy name. In life we loved you dearly. In death we do the same. -Ever remembered by her husband, Charlie and all the family. 1790 OTTAWA (CP) - Survivors of the disastrous 1941 Hong Kong military expedition will get a new deal under veterans legislation now before Parliament. Introduced just before Christmas by Veterans Affairs Minister Jean-Eudes Dube, the legislation provides a wide range of Jewish battle rages From REUTER-AP WON YOU - Charlie, passed away suddenly i n Cardston, Dec. 31 at the age of 86, beloved husband of Mrs. Lee May Won You of Cardston. Mr. Won You came to Cardston in 1915 and operated a restaurant there until he retired a few years ago. He was well known and respected in the Cardston ton, China, and came to Canton, China and came to Canada early in life, before moving to Cardston. He leaves to mourn, besides his loving wife Lee May, two sons and three daughters; 12 grandsons and three great-grandsons. Funeral service will be held in the Chinese National League Hall (309 2 Ave. S.), Jan. 13 at 2 p.m., with Home Chow officiating. Interment will be in the Chinese section of the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd. Directors ot Funeral Service. C1988 Ct3l9-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Soren-.on Construction, 1070 7th A/e S. Phone 327 6iS82. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE - MO CHANG-ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-C193>l� the department of veterans affairs, Tuesday. Seville, Spain-Bng.-Cen. cn7J'l': Francisco Merry y Ponce de ' lx.-on, 98. who fought in Cuba during the 1898 Spanish-American war. TOTH - Joseph P., passed away in Raymond, Jan. 7, at the age of 67. Mr. Toth was born in Parad, Hungary Oct. 23, 1903 and came to Canada when help was needed in the sugar beet industry about 1927. He worked for many years in the beet fields and then purchased his own farm northwest of Raymond, whore he became a successful farmer and cuttle feeder. He lias continued to operate these holdings until ill health forced him to retire a couple of years ago. Left to mourn are his wife and son in Hungary; throe brothers, one sister and a niece. Funeral service will be held in The Ray mond Sacred Heart Church Jan. 9. at 10 a.m.. with Father M. Cassidy as celebrant. Inter ment will follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery at Raymond Prayers will be said in the Sacred Heart Church on Friday (Today"> at 7:30 p.m. in Raymond. Christensen Salmon Fu FUNERALS ANDERSON - Funeral service for Mrs. Marcena Anderson, beloved wife of William James Anderson of the Golden Acres Lodge who died in the city Friday, Jan. 1, 1971, at the age of 62 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 6,1971, in the Christensen Chapel with Capt. I. K. Sayers officiating. Cremation followed in the Calgary Crematorium. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge c' the arrangements. CUFF - Funeral service for Mrs. Florence May Cuff, beloved wife of the late Mr. Theodore Cuff who'died in the city Sunday, Jan. 3, 1971, at the age of 80 years, was held Thursday, Jan. 7, 1971, in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Pallbearers were Bill Coutts, Don Millward, Dick Boulton and Tom Dogterom. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. STARNES - Funeral service for Mrs, Isabella Stames, beloved wife of the late George H. Starnes who died in the city after a long illness Monday, Jan. 4, 1971, at the age of 99 years, was held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1971, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Pallbearers were W. P. Davidson, Gordon Anderson, Gordon Young, William D. Hay, Tom McLean and Cleve Hill. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FIRTH - In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Albert Alwyn, who passed away January 8, 1968. No length of time can take away, Our thoughts of you from day to day, Through absent you are always near. Still loved, st'll missed, still very dear. -Ever remembered by his wife Elizabeth, Clifford, Alice and grandchildren. 1762 Pattern BUVANS - Funeral service for Mrs. Mabelle Bryans, beloved wife of the late and well known Dr. W. E. Bryans who died in the city Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1970, at the age of 81 years, was held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 2. 1971, in the Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. It. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were W. P. Davidson, CJeve Hill, Rex Little, Tom Ferguson, Bill Hay and Wilf Bowns. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funera MOSCOW (CP) - As the last of 12 defendants charged with attempting to hijack a Soviet plane in Leningrad began a 10-year sentence today, a leading Soviet journal said that Jews have the same rights as other national groups in the Soviet Union. The Soviet weekly foreign affairs magazine Za Rubezhom (Life Abroad) charged that international Zionism is fanning a "rabid anti-Soviet campaign" over the Leningrad hijacking case. It denied there is any na tional discrimination in the Soviet Union. The magazine's commentary followed the sentencing Thursday of Lieut. Vulf Zalmanson, a 31-year-old Jew, by a Leningrad court martial. He apparently was tried by a military court because he had been undergoing military training at the time of the alleged abortive hijack a small passenger plane at Leningrad's Smolny airport in order to fly to Sweden. The other 11-all but two of them Jews-were given labor camp sentences of up to 15 years late last month. Two were originally sentenced to death but their sentences were com muted on New Year's Eve to 15 years in labor camps. Another trial involving nine Jews, most of whom were arrested about the time of the alleged hijacking plot, has been postponed until Monday after it opened briefly Wednesday, usually reliable source said. Pravda, the Communist party newspaper, accused foreign enemies of the Soviet Union of trying to lure Soviet Jews into emigrating to Israel despite the fact that Jews have "broad equal rights" in Russia. The Soviet government newspaper Izvestia said Thursday that an "anti-Soviet campaign is being fired up in the United States" and that "such activities suit someone in Washington." A bomb exploded outside the cultural building at the Soviet embassy in Washington today ripping through a metal door and shattering windows but causing no injuries. The Kremlin warned the United States three days ago that it could not guarantee the safety of American citizens in the Soviet Union if attacks on Soviet citizens and offices in the United States continued. 7340 Service, neral Home Ltd., Directors of I was in charge of the arrange-Funeral Service. C1989! menta. The vest is best for fashion and warmth. Looks great in any season. Knit long, lean vest, to belt or not, stop shirts and skirts or pants. Use knitting worsted. Easy! Pattern 7340: sizes 32-34; 36-38 included. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, pteasc) -- add 15 cents for each pattern for first - class mailing and special handling -to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario. Gored by elephant MADURAI, India (Reuler) -An elephant grabbed its mahout (master-) with its trunk, trampled him underfoot and gored him to death at a temple in this southern pilgrim centre Thursday night. Police said the elephant lost its temper while the mahout was taking off his robes after a festival procession. additional benefits for war veterans and their dependents and improves administrative machinery. But it came as especially good news to former prisoners-of-war of the Japanese, represented almost entirely by those captured when Hong Kong fell Christmas Day, 1941. Nearly 2,000 Canadian troops had been assigned to Hong Kong in what has been called a tragic epi-sodc Almost 1,200 Hong Kong veterans draw pensions. The department says only a handful of those who lived through the experience get no pension at all. Several hundred veterans and widows stand to gain financially. The bill incorporates a new principle: That any Canadian serviceman held by the Japanese more than a year and who has a disability is entitled to a minimum 50-per-cent disability pension. In effect this means that practically any married Hong Kong veteran who has applied will receive at least $2,232. Single men will get at least $1,752. REPRESENT INCREASE These rates become effective April 1, and represent a 10-percent increase on current disability rates for pensioners. Those with disabilities assessed at more than 50 per cent may receive a maximum of $4,464 for a 100-per-cent disabled married veteran and $3,504 for a 100-per-cent disabled single one. At present, 368 Hong Kong veterans-of 1,197 drawing pensions -receive less than the 50-per-cent rate. WIDOWS BENEFIT At the same time, Hong Kong veterans who have already died are considered to have died as a result of the physical toll taken in their prison years and their widows become automatically eligible for full widow's pention. This means $2,400 a year at current rates, rising to $2,640 April 1. Of 1,975 Camadians who sailed from Vancouver Oct. 27, 1941, for Hong Kong-members of the Winnipeg Grenadiers and the Royal Rifles of Canada-557 did not return. About 1,200 Hong Kong veterans are living. Since the end of the war, about 200 have died. As of last Nov. 30, 209 dependents-widows, orphans and parents-were receiving pensions. Christmas card causes plenty of trouble EDMONTON (CP) - The Christmas card Rose Hertling sent to Hungary got a relative in all sorts of trouble. Mrs. Hertling's card, a big one, was sent unsealed. In the Edmonton post office, a credit card payment to Imperial Oil Ltd. inadvertently found its way into the envelope. Hungary rigorously, controls the import of dollar currency. Confronted by officials, Una bewildered relative said he had never heard of Imperial Oil, had no idea who was sending money to Imperial Oil, why, or how it got to him. The relative, at his own ex pense, had to take a day off work and travel 95 miles by train to Budapest to present the cheque at the National Bank. The bank ruled the cheque had to go back to Imperial Oil in Edmonton by registered mail, so the rela tive would have proof he didn't keep it. CRUSHED TO DEATH BUCKHOLTS, Tex. (AP) -40-year-old woman apparently suffered a heart attack Thurs day while feeding her infant daughter. She fell over the child, crushing its chest and both died, a justice of the peace ruled. Mrs. E. E, McCormick and six-months-old Jane Mc Cormick apparently died between 3 and 5 p.m. No future for NFU - Cheshire EDMONTON (CP) - There is no future for the- National Farmers Union unless its president, Roy Atkinson of Saskatoon, resigns, Bob Cheshire of Ashmont, Alta., said here. Mr. Cheshire, the man responsible for organizing the NFU in Alberta, resigned from the NFU national board Wednesday hours before another Alberta director, Gloria Paquette of Picardville, Alta., also resigned. Mr. Cheshire, in a telephone interview, reiterated that he agrees with the principles of the NFU but is against its being controlled "from the top and not by the grass roots." "The only thing that will save this union is the resignation of Roy Atkinson," he said. Following Mr. Cheshire's resignation, Mr. Atkinson said it was because Mr. Cheshire had failed to be re-elected Alberta co-ordinator this year. "He would love to convince people this is my actual reason," Mr. Cheshire said, "but this is far from the main problem - that of the power which the NFU executive has." "All I had to do was to say 'yes' and I'd have been Alberta co-ordinator forever." Bo water closes Que. offices MONTREAL (CP) - Bowater Inc. is closing down its Montreal offices in a move that will place the management of its North American operations under one roof in new offices in Old Greenwich, Conn., the company announced Wednesday. Also being closed down are the company's office in Calhoun, Tenn., and New York. Headquartens of Bowater Sales Co. Inc., the firm's marketing arm, are also being located in Old Greenwich, following transfer from New York. Bowater Inc. operates four pulp and paper mills, two of which are located at Corner Brook, NVld., and Liverpool, N.S. It also operates a power company in Deer Lake, NQd. ;