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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-10,Lethbridge, Alberta m miniiT«mi>fua H«avy roasting h«nt — 48« per ll>. -I* N mMESSBPfOmiMflU pan f6*dy RtTOsters ««ht lbs dfesi>-•d — 40* p*f lb. Also fr work H«lmuth 3224 lb. Also fryars, cuslorti Dyck. 345-C63S5-1I IB PniMDSWfUtt Afotian puppies tor tala Plone 328-3W4._6644-13 Female nine week old puppy to give away Phone 329-3561 685T-t1 English Seller wi|h papers. Phone 327-6S4S after 6pm 6436-19 St Bernard pups for sale 738-4386, Iron Springs No Sunday calls C65SM0 Pufabrad Blue Healer male pup lor tale. Contact Leslie or Margo Johnson at 627-2436 or write Box 13S9. PIncher Creek.    6824-14 Four puppies tor sale — Cross Terrier — Chihuahua. Partially trained. SiO each. Phone 327-3563, after 5 pm.    6774*16 Boarding ~ heated individual indoor-outdoor run, personalized attention. Southalta Kennels, Barnwell. Phone 223-413C. C6M1-19J Êlaht waeek old puppies must be given away by end ot week Two males,'two lemales Medium size, Phona atter 5 p.m.. 329-4618. ■ 6794-11 Must sell — moving. St Bernard — male, one year old. Excellent with children. Must be seen to be appreciated $135. Phone 752-3267, flaymond    6823-12 at business OPPORTUNITIES Excellent Business, only three years old — Store, laundromat and spacious living guarters in excellent payroll and sports city. Living quarters complete with drapes, carpet throughout Write Box 17, Herald.    6S69-16 Grocery delivery service established for 12 years. Excellent opportunity for expansion Owner must sell due to health reasons. Phone 426-2317 or write 32 12th Ave. N , Cranhrook, BC 6668-12 Brand new air-conditioned Beauty Salon in Coleman. Built up clientele Pertect for ore or two hairdressers. Price $4,500 $2,000 down, remainder financed. For more information, phone Mrs Edith Hodnett after 6 p.m , 234-3837, Fort Macieod. Interested parties only. 6775-19 ROYAL TRUST 323 7 ST. s. Phone 328*7761 Multiple Listing Service COFFEE SHOP In shopping centre, good north side location, ample parking, showinf good return on investment. WouU make ideal family business. Call VIC KAUTZ — 329-0793 EXCLUSIVE. C6043-H SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "List With the Leader" Multiple Listing Service JUST LISTED — Beau Monde Beauty Shop In busy location and reasonably priced Phone Peggy Roeiofs at 327-5892 for full par ticuiars Exclusive C6508-12 Exponeneed, reliable motel manaaer and wile would like to manage molel in Lethtiridge district Ptione 43S-8747 Edmonton, collect.    650l-14h for sale THRIVING CAFE BUSINESS IN RAPIDLY EXPANOINQ TOWN IN SOUFH EASTERN ALBERTA 2,250 SQ FEET - SEATING CAPACITY 61 1W0-5T0REY MODERN BUILDING TOP FLOOn CAN BE MAOE INTO BANQUET ROOM MUST BE SEEN TO Dt APPRECIATED. FOR APPOINTMENT CONTACT; BOX 1S1D. BROOKS. ALBERTA. Telephone (403) 362-3301. 6232-tfh S9 LOMS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS & MEFICHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S -32B-5S48 C5216-tf MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns — acreages — new and old homes — Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave South. 328-3251.    C7769-If 90 CONTRACTS Phone Doug's Rotatilling — For snow removal, sidewalks and driveways — 327-1227 8401-29J Economy painting and decorating Very neat, very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 326-4570 5S42-tf Painters. Oualified work guaranteed. Free estimates. Phon« 32B-6911 7169-11 Fred Steiner ~ cement work, old basements dug, water proofing Insured, free estimates Phone 3278266,    C3661-tf aluminum WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE — NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745    C1936-tf Garage building, cement work and siuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682    C7377-« Fences repaired, built Miscellaneous building Concrete — patios, sidfcwalks. drives etc Hauling - Jim - 327-5087, 328-39S3. 2480A-tf PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1974 TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice 19 hereby given that the assessment roll of the said municipality made under the provisions of the Assessment Act h^as been prepared and will tor thirty (30) days be open for 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 hla 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 lodfle his com plaint tn writing with the Secretary-Treasurer of the municipality-itated thi» 10th day of January, 1974, E. Mcllroy Town Administrator Town of Picture Butte PUBLIC NOTICE /dlbara SEALED TENDERS will be r«C*iv-ed by the undersigned up IQ 11 o'clock a.m. on Thursday. January 24, 1974 for the construction of the following work- (1)    Highway 3, E. of Bow laland to W. ol Seven Per»ons Mile it.62 to Mile 29.29 and Mile 0.00 to Mile 2.85. Crauing and Asphtltie-Concrete Base - Pavement. Approximate Quantitiea- 681.000 cubic yard* of excavation, 60,000 tons asphaltic-concrete, 3.000.M0 ton mite* haul. (2)    Highway 16. Edton to E Ot Wolf Creek. Mile 7.69 to Mile 16 01 Clearirtg Approximate quantity: 23S acres. (3)    Highway 36. Jet. Hwy. 1 (W. of Brooks) to W. ot D'lchess. N. of Red Deer River to Jet, Hwiy. 12 (E, Ot Castor). Crushing and stockpiling gravel for oil trealmenL Approximate quantity: 76,000 cubic yards Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alta., the oHIce of the District Engineer, 4020 Sownesa Road, N W., Calgary. Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer, Admmiatfation Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, and will tie available only to individuals registered and operating In the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business in the Province of Alberta A deposit of iwenty-live dollars {$26.00), payaiJle to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required lor each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken, and for grading projects profiles will be supplied upon a further deposit of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) Each bid must be accompartied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V. E. McCune, Deputy Minister ol Highways 4 Transport íiLíí Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH DEATHS    of THANK«i ÜÀRTEL - Pa»s«l away in    ' nMIMINO Coaldal« on January 8, 1®74,    WURZER - The family of Mr. Rudolf Bartel, at the age    the late Muriel Agnes Wurzer of 74 years, beloved husband    wish to express their deepest ■ ■■ “ Bartel of Thuraday, January 10.1t74—THE LETHSHIOOIHIRALD-47 B.C. motorisls may get refund DIETRICH - Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Art Dietrich, a son, Arthur Edwin Jr.. ft lbs. 10 oz. A Krandsoa for Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Dudley and great-grandson for Mrs. Jean Dudley, Magrath. C6523 PM doubts Europe tour OTTAWA (CP) - Prime Minister Trudeau threw some doubts on his proposed trip to Europe next month, telling reporters Wednesday that adjournment of the Commons and the Jan. 22-23 ener^ conference might affect his plans. He would know definitely in a week or so, he said. It W3S learned Tuesday that Mr. Trudeau would go to Brussels for talks with representatives of the European Economic Community, and to Salzburg, Austria for meetings on world food supplies. Sources said he planned to leave Jan. 31. COLONIES BEGAN The colonization of northwest Quebec began when tbe northern transcontinental railway was pushed through from (^ebec Ci^ in 1912. DEATHS DANGERFIELD - Passed away in the city on Thursday, Januar>' 10, 1974, Mrs. Alice Dangerfield at the age of 92 years, of the Devon Nursing Home, wife of the late Mr. James Andrew Dangerfield. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C6925 WADDLE — Passed away in tbe city on Thursday, January 10,1974, Mrs. Lena Olava (Nellie) Waddle, at the age of 88 years of the Devon Nursing Home, beloved wife of the late Mr. Edd Waddle of Taber. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, January 12, 1974 at 3:00 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North, with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD,, Direc* tors of Funeral Service. C«928 of Mrs. Berta Coaldale. Funeral arrangements will be. an^ nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6627 “THE FUTURE IS NOW 9f INTERNATIONAL BIG BROTHER’S WEEK JANUARY 6-12,1974 BIG BROTHERS NEED BIQ BROTHERS 500 Boys in Lethbridge and District Need a Friend Now! JOIN BIG BROTHER’S ASSOCIATION (LethbrMge and District) New Members Urgently NeededBoth Men ami Thit advertlMmftnt in attittanc« of Big Brothar Waak aponaorad by: •    Anglo Distributors • Automatic Electric • College Mercury •    Canadian Western Natural Gas • Hurlburt Auction • Sven Erickson’s Restaurant • Valley Feeders • The Lethl^ridge Herald •    Packard Medical Supplies • Pahulje Construction • Macleod’s Family Shopping Centre • Eaton’s Lethbridge • Zellers Coynty Fair • Time Airways • Art Williams Agencies • Centre Village Mall Merchants Association • Stubbs Pharmacy. GOGAN — Passed away in the city on Tuesday, January S, 1974, Mrs. Mary Gogan at the age of 83 years, of 14416th Street North, beloved wife of the late Mr. James Gogan. Tbe late Mrs. Gogan is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Fred (Margaret) Lastuka of Lethbridge, Mrs. Marshall (Jean) Wattcins of Sherman Oaks, California; one brother, Matthew Blacklock of Lethbridge;    six grandchildren; 11 greatgrandchildren. The late Mrs. Gogan was Past Honoured Royal Lady of the Elks Club and President of Ladies Society of B of L. F, and E. The funeral service will be held on Friday, January 11, 1974 at 1:00 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue South, with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6526 MARGONA.RI    - Wednesday, January 9, 1974, Pietro, aged 86 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Valeria Margonari, 24 45 Street S.W., Calgary, passed away following a brief illness. Besides his loving wife he is survived by a son, Primo Margonari, a daughter, Mrs. Arthur Fisher, both of Calgary; two grandchildren. Borti at Trento, Italy he came to Canada in 1911 to Lethbridge, Alberta where he was employed as a coal miner until moving to Calgary in 1958 and has resided at Calgary since. Parishioners and friends kindly meet for prayers at St. Mary’s Cathedral this evening at 6:45 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated from St. Mary’s Cathedral (Sl9 18th Avenue S.W.. Calgary) Friday 10:00 a.m. Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery. LEYDEN’S FUNERAL HOMES LTD., Directors of Services, C^22 IRONMONGER - Arthur, beloved husband of Eileen (Porter) Ironmonger of Hillcrest, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital, Wednesday, January 9, 1974, a£ age 62 years. He was bom in Hillcrest, July 15, 1911 and was employed as a freight agent for Millar and Brown Truck Lines for the last seven years. He was predeceased by his father in 1951, his mother in 1956, both in Hillcrest; siK brothers, Sam and Charlie, who were killed in the Hillcrest Mine Explosion, Jack, Eli, Bill and Erza. Survivors besides his wife Eileen include two sons, Brian of Elko, B.C., Dale of Hillcrest; three daughters, Mrs. A, (Elaine) Bourassa, Mrs. K. (Carol) Henes of Pincher Creek, Donna of Edmonton; five grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Amelia King of Carbon, Alberta and one brother, George of Trail. Funeral services will be held in Fantin's Blairmore Chapel on Saturday, January 12 at 11:00 a.m., with Capt. Ralph Morris of the Anglican Church officiating. Interment will follow in Hillcrest Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the famil; McNEELY - Passed away in the city on Tuesday, January 8, 1974, Mrs. Alma McNeely at tbe age of 77 years, of 63219tb Street South, Lethbridge, beloved wife of the late Mr. Rockford McNeely. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C6524 CARDS OF THANKS OISHI — I wish to express my sincere thanks to the doctors and the staff of St. Michael’s Hospital for the excellent care I received while a patient there. Also, special thanks to my friends and relatives for your cards, flowers, gifts and visits, which all made my stay at the hospital seem shorter. Your thoughtfulness is sincerely appreciated. —Yosh Oishi 6870 DELMARK — The loss of a loved one is easier to bear when shared by a loving family, relatives, dear friends and those who care. Our deepest gratitude to all of these, not only for mass cards, flowers, food and cards, but also for words of comfort and understanding. To the pallbearers and honorary pallbearers, to Cheryl at the organ, to Rev. Father Gillies, the Fraternal Order of Eagles and to all who helped in any way a most sincere thank you. —Mrs. J. Delmark and family 6871 appreciation to their many relatives, friends and neighbors for the lovely flowers, cards, donations of food, spiritual bouquets and acts of kindness shown them during their recent bereavement. A special thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Ifospital; the pallbearers and Martin Bros. Funeral Home. To the ladies of St. Catherine s CWL. our many thanks for the lovely lunch they provided at Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Renners’ after the funeral-—Herman Wurzer —Keith and Doreen Wurzer and family —Sharon and Ray Koenen and family 6852 Construction workers die as ropes snap BOLT, W.Va. (AP)-Three construction workers were killed Monday when ropes supporting their platform snapped and sent them plummeting to the bottom of a 130-foot coal mine shaft, officials said. State mines director John Ashcraft said the men were being lowered into the shaft of the Pittston Coal Co. mine when the, accident occurred. Three other men were injured. All six men were riding a platform loaded with concrete forms to the depth of the ISOfoot shaft wben a hoisting device failed, said Edward Stamper, assistant general superintendent at the Cowln Construction Co. operation here. The victims were employees of the construction company. The men tumbled 80 feet into about 10 feet of water and the platform crashed down on top of them. Stamper said. The dead were identified as Edgar Adams and William Simps«!, both of Bessemer, Ala., and Clyde Fowler of Madison, Ala. VANCOUVER (CP) -About 15 per cent of British Columbia motorists could get refunds on their Insurance premiums, Transport Minister Bob Stradian said Wednesday. Motorists with private passenger automobile class insurance who will Qualify for refunds because their new premiums are higher than with the private industry will number'^tnaybe 150,000”, Mr. Strachan said in a television interview. Mr. Strachan said a sp«ial group would be set up within tiie crown-<^rated Insurance Corporation of B.C. to handle the rebates. He said refunds would be given as som as possible — within three or four months after application. ' The amount of money involved could be 12-12.5 million. He said the reason motorists have to send documents to the main ICBC office, instead of just resolving tbe difference with their agents, is “related to com-puteriiation.” When asked about the Royal Bank, sending data to a computer in the United States, Mr. Strachan said the only information being sent Is that a certain agttit deposited a certain amount of money in a certain bank to the account of the ICBC. He said it was a Royal Bank matter, but added: “I can’t think of any reason wlw tbe Royal Bank has to use a U.S. computer and I’ll tell them so.” Marchand probes tanker voyage sport,” with a capacity of 120,000 barrels, and which meet« all pollution and safety regulations. The ship is available now in Montreal, he said. Outside the House, Marchand said that while the two foreignregistered ships were carrying oil from the West Coast “aMiarently” in violation of federal law, he is investigating further to make sure. He observed that people seem to expect him. as Minister of Transport, to have at his fingertips the names of all ships operatii^ in Canadian waters, their cargoes, their location, "and the names of the captains and all their children.’ A NEW SPUBlT? SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Twelve sailors returning to the United States aboard the aircraft carrier Hancock claime to have created a new athletic event—“relay team -jogging over wat .. _    sailors spent 36 days, or 4,660 Neale said the government- miles from the Indian Ocean should charter for this pur- to San Francisco Bay, jogging pose the Canadian-regisf;ered aniund the carrier’s flight tanker, the “Bassin Tran- deck, night and day. OTTAWA — Transport Minister Jean Marchand said Wednesday he is investigating allegations that foreign-registered tankers are carrying il from Vancouver to Eastern Canada in violation of federal law. He said in an interview that two tankers—one of Italian registry and one of Liberian registry—transported iil from the West Coast to Eastern Canada “apparently" in violation of l^slation requiring that only British-registered ships be used for such a purpose. Paddy Neale (NDP—Vancouver East) noted earlier in the House of Commons that the Italian-registered “Barbagia” has carried oil to Holyrood, Newfoundland, from Vancouver, while the Liberian ship “Akritas” has transferred oil from the West Coast city to Quebec City. He questioned the use of these ships on grounds that neither is a ship of British registry as required under the Coastal shifqiing Act. The Lethbridge see& think PufMK YDUR NEWS QUIZ part I - NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yoaraelf 10 pointa for each correct answer. X Hie second childi of Prime Mlniater and Mrs. Trudeau was born on December.. , the same date on >rtilcta their first child waa born 2 years ago. 2    J. J. Macdonell, who recently filed bis first annual report as    criticized what be called a weakening of parliamentary control over federal spending. a-Treaeury Board President li-Auditor-General c^Finance Minister 3    Qatar and Abu Dhabi are . . ?. . a-comets b-unlts of money in the Mldeast c-emall Persian Gulf states 4    The two Soviet cosmonauti^ who orbited the Earth in late December linked with the U.S. Skylab Bpace station- True or False? 5    The Ulster Freedom Fighters is a militant (CHOOSE ONE: Catholic. Protestant) group that has said it will carry out a terrorist campaign this year. PART II - WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 pointa for eac:h word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....synthetic a-showiog favor or ap proval 2.....sympathetic b-standii^ for some®.....symbolic    c-happenlng at the same .    time or rate 4.....synchronous . , ,    , d-of the same meaning 5.....synonymous e-made artlficiallyi not naturally PART III « NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clue«. PART IV - PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS The CN Tower will be the world's tallest selfsupporting structure. In what city is It being built? HOW DO YOU RATE? tl 10 100 9»tntê - TOf SCOMI «1 M «0 pmrn - 71 1» 00 poliw - fiood. <1 tA 70 potnlt — Fitr. •0 « Un*it T ? - Ifmn« that Mrsons wishing donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, care of Bill White Insurance Agencies, Blairmore. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge, C«62l Ä FAMILV bttdJÜiöN «üeSfRRT %ould we go on yeai^ round Daylight Saving Time? Why or why not? 1.....Jules Leger 2.....Andrei Gromyko 3,.,..Abba Eban 4.....Sergei Kapustin &.....Ismail Fahmy a-Egyptian Foreign Minister l^succeeding Roland Michener as GoTemor-Oeneral c-SOTlet Foreign Minister d~9oTi«t hockey player e-I*raell Foreign Min-later STUDENTS    Ssve This Practice Examination! 91 wvKn • • Valuable Reference Material for Exams. 12.-74__________ ANSWERS ON REVERSE PACE • VEC, inc. ;