Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
IS THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SB MALE HELP WANTED WANTED STEAM ENGINEER, Third cl.ii. Write Box 7, Herald.. _ Tunday, Januiry 18, 1972 GENERAL MAINTENANCE MAN Welder, csrpenlry and boiler experi- ence. Write Box B, Herald. C950WI FOR SALE ONE-THIRD SHARE OF barber shop In Medicine Hat Phone 3Za-OOBS nr write P.O. Box 490, Lelh- Lrldge. NIGHT WATCHMAN TO DO CUSTOD- lan work Please conlacl HalCo Manu- facturing Ltd., 3SI4 HIM Ave S, be- tween B and i p.m. APARTMENT MANAGER Renulred as local represenlalive lor I growing properly managemenl Hrm Applicants mini be lully experienced In Ihe Inner-ivorkings ol apartment tlocks. Send complete resume bolore Jan. lo 17, Ihe Fur Store Manager Well established Alberla fur oullel re- nulres lop calibre lur slore manager With sales and management ability. Must be ambitious and desirous o Sing a strong lulure wllh profit sharing Incentives, as well as many olher company benefits. Give lull background lo: BOX 12, LETHBRIDGE HERALD J6K-19 TOP REAL ESTATE SALESMEN REQUIRED I-FARM5 AND RANCHES I-RESIDENTIAL SALES Join a nallonal company for better Income! Conlacl CANADA TRUST G. L. Coward, Seles Manager 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TRUDY AN IDEAL BUTCHER SHOP, CURING and locker plant In Southern Alberta. This would be real good business for a family. All lockers, coolers, show- cases, etc. to be sold as a going con- cern. For more Information call or write Harold Fox, Schwarlz Agencies Ltd., College Mall, Lelhbridge, Alber. a. Evenings 326-4295. C9622-19 COFFEE SHOP, RESTAURANT Beer and wine license applied for, din- Ing lounge. Price Exclusive. dress shop wllh slock and modern slore General garac.fi and restauranl, only Corral clean- ing business Drive In and trailer courl. Write L. S. Handley, Box IDS, Coaldole. Oliver H.ndley Real Eslate Lid. CJU7-1IJ WELL LOCATED CONFECTIONERY In city of Lelhbridge. Tolal price of stock fixtures, equipment Good building wllh living quarters at rear. Renl S200 per month. Balance of lease three years, on renewal ba- sis of rive years. Books available 10 Inlerested party. For further Informa- ion cell the Exclusive Listers of HAY REALTY LTD., 327-7077 or 3J7-7975. C942B-lf 74 LOANS t INVESTMENTS PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREB5, OFFICE 266-6011; RESI- DENCE 255-7641, ANYTIME. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 32B-3331 The widest facility available. We con- sder ALL TYPES of morlgage_ica "Take down that address." PUBLIC NOTICES PROPERTY FOR SALE MJ.15.1. CM2322 LUTHERAN CHURCH pF THE GOOD SHEPHERD will receive sealed enders for Ihe sale cf B serviced res-denlial lot at 1105 251 h St. S. (Lot 1. Blk. J, Plan B09 Lelhbrldge, Alberta. The lol Is 115 feel deep, has foot frontage of 64 feel and a rear width of about T01 feet. Bulldable front-ne 77 feet. TENDERS for Ihe purchase of this ot, tcgelher wilh a certified cheque qual to 10% of Ihe cller should be ubmllted to the church office, or lo Rev. Albert Olson at 1105 St. S., Lethbridge, on or before January 2filh, 'til The Church Council reserves Ihe jqht to net upon these tenders as II ees III. Cheques will te relumed In he case of tenders not accepted. J31 59 MALE FEMALE HELP CAR HOSTESSES AND INSIDE HELP required. Full and parl time. Apply A 1 W Drive-In, !irj 3rd Ave BUILDERS AND FINISH. :R RUMPUS ROOMS, INTERIOR DECORATING, CUPBOARDS, ALL 'HASES OF FINISHING. PHONE 28-9879. HELP WANTED IN SMALL CITY reslauranl. Cooking duties. Day work only, Monday through Friday. Apply in writing to P.O. Box m, Lelhbridge. AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS -For your snow removal. Private driveways. 328-4745. BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS ooms, renovations. Call Ted Bing. am construclion. 327-3284. 61 TEACHERS LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 51 is seeking the services ol a leacher for a General Learning Disability class (ages six to Applicants musl possess a Bachelor of Education degree wilh speclaliiallon in Special Education. Experience p r e-ferred. Please apply to: DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 51 ra ISIh STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. C9S35 21 BUILDING. CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson snd orenson Construction, 1020 7lh Ave. S. Phone 327-S4B2. TO TENDER TENDERS FOR GENERAL CONTRACT FOR ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION OFFICE BUILDING LF.THBRIDGE, ALBERTA Sealed lenders addressed to Mr. John Rhodes, Manager or the Leth. bridge Branch of Ihe Alberla Motor Associalion, for Ihe eredion and co-n-plelion of ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION OFFICE BUILDING, will be received at Ihe office of Robins Mitchell Watson, Architects end Engineers, 529 Street South, L e 1 h-jridge, Alberla up to four o'clock p.m. Mountain Standard Time, Wednesday, February Pth, Tender documenls are available STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In-urea, free tsllmales. Phone W-mk WINDOWS AND DOORS. 10 MAINTENANCE NO CH4NG-NG. PHONE JONES ROOFING, FINISHING RUMPUS ooms, -cupboards and all remodelling needs Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 62 EDUCATIONAL operator with l.w.b. 971 tandem diesel BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorder message by Jim Elliot School of Broadcasting. area. Phone J. Kina-han 328-5890 or write 1915 17 Ave. S. 65 LOST AND Ihe architects Robins Mil-chell Watson to general contractors and major sub contractors on deposit ol a S2LTO.OO cheque payable to Ihe Alberta Motor Association. Deposit LOST CHILD'S SKI BOOT, SIZE 10 Vicinity 17 Ave. and 22 SI. S. Phone 325-6728. LOST ONE SMOKEY GRAY AND while male cat. 1114 11 Ave. N. Phone 3J7-7H5. in good order, within 14 days Bfter tender closing. Tender documenls will be displayed at Construction Association Offices In Lelhbridge, Calqary and Edmonton-Tenders shall be submitted In accordance with rules of Ihe Alberta Bid Deposilory, through the Let h-bridge Branch, at 1321 3rd Avenue South, amended as per General Instructions. Each tender musl be accompanied by either (a) bid bond in Ihe amount of OR (b) a cerlified cheque for not less than 10% of trie lender, OR (C) a bid bond In the amount cf 10% tf Ihe lender. Certified cheques are to be made payable to Ihe Alberta Motor Associalion. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. J39 LOST GLASSES IN GREEN WOVEN case. Vlclnlly 10th Ave. and 13lh SI. S. Reward. 327-2391. Will Edward Sharp formerly ol Ihe Castle Apartmenls, Lethbridge, Alberla or any persons having knowledge as lo his whereabouts please contact Ihe office of the Public Trustee, 200 Chancery Hall, 3 Sir Winslon Churchill Square, Edmonlon, Alberta. 66 EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER-vlce. Weddings, clubs, etc. Phone 32B-JJ67. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wilh a drinking problem. Phone 327-6049 or 32B-3246, aller FOR BARLEY AND OATS Tenders are Invited for the supp y and delivery of oats and barley TEENS Arg you living wilh a problem Ing and help lor you Phone Jean Marilyn 32B-B972; Jane 237. 7011. Station, Lethbridge, and Ihe Canada Agricultural Research Sub-stall cm, Onefour (Many A bus. Barley, No 1 feed, Minimum acceptable weight of Ibs. per bushel. bus. Onls No. 1 feed, Minimum acceolable weight of 34 Ibs. per bushel. bus. Barley, No. T feed. Minimum acceotable weight of 46 bs. per bushel. Tenders on bus. and over will be considered. Samples are required. Quotations win close at 77 noon, Wednesday, February 2nd, 1972. For further information and quolalion request forms, conlart C. G. Schoening, Assistant Admlnlsirativc Officer, Canada Aorrcullure Research Station, Lelhbridge, Alberla. Phone 327-J5S1. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT ALBERTA REGIONAL HUMAN ECONOMIC RESOURCES EXPANSION AUTHORITY This Is a Regional Development Ms construction Is financed Jointly by 1he Government of Canada, Department of Regional Economic Expansion, and Province of Alberla, Human Resources Development Aulhorily and will be carried out under the Alberla Department of Highways and Transport. SEALED TEN'DERS will be received by the undersigned up lo 11 o'clock A.M. Slandard Time on Friday, January 28, 1972, for the construction of the following work: (1) Project 42.1701, Ulikuma Lake lo N. or Utikuma River, Mile 62.6 to Mile 7d.O, Clearing, Apprlxlmate 280 Acres. (2) 42.17C-2, S. of Willow 67 SERVICES AND KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SERVICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETHBRIDGE 328-8962. DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING-ceilings Excellent workman s h i p. Phone 3J8-73S2. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL -Rubber stamps, corporate seals deters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 3285114. MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. 5ER vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also II small appliances, luwn mowers Irons, vacuum cleaners, fttc. No 101 loo large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 90S 3rd Ave. Phone 317.4454. 70 ALBERTA DEPARTMENT FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR 6EON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 378-2094. FOR OUR WINTER WORKS PRO-gram We are now TAKING ORDERS and glvina FREE ESTIMATES on trimming of TREES and HEDGES, to be done this winter. Phone 327-2641 TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be rece v ed by the undersigned up to U o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Wednesday January 2ilh, 1972 for the following work: CONSTRUCTION OF A STRUCTURAL STEEL GIRDER GRADE SEPA RATION TO CARRY 17TH STREET OVER THE EASTBOUND LANE OF HIGHWAY 16 (CLOVER BAR NO. U) Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Che Bridge Engineer, Highways Building Edmonton, Office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Leth bridge, and Office of the District En gineer, Highways Building, Calgary and will be available only to Indivl duals domiciled and operating In the Province of Alberta, or lo partner ships or corporations registered ant operating and who have establlshec a fixed place of business In Ihe Province of Alberla. A Deposit of Twenty Five Dollars (S2S.OO) will be required for each copy of Contract and Specif! cations taken. Each bid musl be DC companled by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10 per cent of tender Tenders will be opened In public. The lowesl or any tender not netcssar ly accepted. L. H. McAAanui Deputy Minister of Highways and 71 POULTRY AND Stockpiling Gravel for Gravel Surfacing, Approxlmale Quantity: Cubic Yards to Stockpiles, Cu. blc Yard Miles Haul. Contracls and Specifications may be obtained at the office ol the Chief Conslructlon Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonlon, Alberla, Ihe office of the District Engineer, 1707 filh Street, N-W., Calgary, Alberla, and the o'flce of the Dislrlct Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbridgc, Alberta, and wll be available only to individuals registered and operating In the Province of Alberla, or lo partnerships or corporaiions registered and operating In and who have established a fixed place ol business In Ihe Province ol Alberla. A deposit of Twenty Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of Ihe Contract and Specifications laken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal lo 10% of Tender. Tenders v; 1 1 1 bn opened In public. The lowesl or any Tender not necessarily accepled. L. H. McManus Deputy Minister of Highways And FRYERS FOR SALE LIVE AT Co-op. 22c Ib. Duane Forsylh, Welling Alberla. SPECIAL HEAVY ROASTING CHICK ens Pan ready. Hens 32c Ib. roosters, 2Bc Ib. Also friers, 38c Ib Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale. 345-3224. 72 PETS AND BUDGIES, S2.00; CANARIES, S5.00 Phone 3J7.5121. BLUE HEELER AND BORDER COL lie, one year olds. Phone 345-3141, Coal dale. 73 BUSINESS ESTABLISHED LETHBRIDGE DEAL er In last growing Recreational Vehlcl business seeks active partner wlllln lo Invest Apply In PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS ADDITION TO J. S. SMITH .HIGH SCHOOL CARDSTON, ALBERTA Conlraclors are advised Inal tenders for the above project, previously ad- vertised on January aih, 5th and 8lh, are required to te separate lendurs for the following divisions; General, Mechanical, Eleclrical. Addiliona in- formation may te obtained from the office of Ihe undersigned or from the Edmonton, Calgary or Lelhbridge Con- struction Associalion. Closing dele cf tender is 3 p.m. Tuesday. January 2Slh, 1971. Gordon and Mangold ArchitRCts, 9B34 lOSlh Street Edmonton, Alberla. DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS Si NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDER For: Eleclrical Repairs and Upgrading Electrical Inslallalions In Numer. ous Homes Blatkfoot Indian Res- erve Index No. 72 Sealed tenders, marked as lo conlenl, addressed to Indian Affairs and North- ern Developmenl, dOl Customs Building, Calgary 21, Alberta, wll1 be received P-M. (M.S.T.) Dale: 31 Tender documenls can he: Obtained by General Conlradors only on deposit of 525.00 in Ihe form of a CERTIFIED CHEQUE, payable lo the Receiver General of Canada. From Indian Affairs and Norlhern Development, 401 Customs Building, Calgary 21, Alberla. EXAMINED: Calgary Construction Associalion 2540 5th Avenue N W. Calgary 42, Alberla Telephone: 283-5555 Lowesl or any tender not necessarily accepled. V. G. Boultbee District Supervisor Dislrlct Pattern Whip with Of 3U MP ivants author cliarged as a result of writing DEATHS GAL Passed away in the rity 'on Tuesday, January 11, 1972, following a lengthy ill- npss, Mr. Steve Gnl, at the age of 66 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Helen Gal of 1009 14th St. N. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C9651 JACKSON Passed away in Bow Island on Monday, Janu- ary 17, 1972, following a brief illness, Mrs. Lois Olive Jack- son, at the age of 84 years, of Sow Island formerly of Elzikom, beloved wile of the ate Mr. Fay D. Jackson. Born, and educated in Britton, South Dakota, the late Mr. Jack- son came to Canada in the early 1900's and homesteadcd n Etzikom where she resided until 1046. Upon the retirement of Mr. Jackson, they moved tc Haney, B.C. She was prede- ceased by her husband in 1959 and in 1985 she moved to Plea- sant View Lodge in Bow Island and has resided there untU her massing. She was a member oi .he Eastern Star and at one ime was active in tire Bow 1s- and Chapter. She is survived jy one daughter, Mrs. J. A. (Donnis) Foder, Lethbridge; one grandson; four great- one brother, Mr. William Thiel, Penticton. She was predeceased by one sister and two brothers. The funeral service will be held on Wed- nesday, January 19th at pm in Martin Bros. MEMO- RIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., with Rev. Albert Baldeo offi- ciating. Cremation will follow. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Dirrc- .ors of Funeral Service. C9G50 BKOWN Passed away at Taber on Monday, January 17, 1972, Margaret at the age of 80 years. Born at Sterlingsliire, Scotland, Febru- ary 11, 1891. Married in the Old Country before moving to Ta- ber in 1913, where she has made her home until the tune of her passing. Mrs. Brown was an old-time member of the Women of the Moose, the la- dies auxiliary to the Legion and a Charter Member of the Birthday Club. Predeceased by her husband, James hi 1954, survivors include one son, Sandy, Brooks; five daughters, Mrs. Claude (Jean) Cure, Tehama, Calif., Mrs. Winfield (Isabella) Gear, Tehama, Calif., Mrs. Jack (Margaret) Pierson, Medicine Hat, Mrs. Hugh (Ruby) McLachlin, Sas- katoon, Mrs. Frank (Mary) MacLeod, Calgary; one broth- er, Robert Rinloul, Taber; two sisters, Mrs. Jean Mjolsness, Sundrie, Alta., Mrs. Florence M e a c h a m, Vancouver; 16 grand children, one great- grandchild. Funeral services will be conducted from the Knox United Church in Taber on Thursday, January 20 at p.m., wilh Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the Taber Me- morial Garden. HUMPHIRES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Ta- ber, in Charge of Arrange- ments. braid trim in easycaro cotton. Bold pockets hold every- thing from crayons to blocks to lollipops! Great for spring with pants or shorts. Pattern 7302: transfer, pattern pieces sizes 2, 4, G incl. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling lo- THE LETHBRIDGE HEHALD Readers Mail Limile'J J fiO Front Street West FUNERALS DcGROOT Funeral service for Peter Johannes DeGroot, be- loved husband of Mrs. Ricky DeGroot of 2415 7th Ave. "A' N. who died suddenly at Fort Macleod Tuesday, Jan. 11, 1972 at the age of 39 years, was held at a.m. Saturday, Jan 15, 1972, in the Martin Eros Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Ted Barker, Dale Jensen George Hoyt, Rcns Visser, Gcr- rit Van Gaal and Grant Hopp Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser vice, was in charge of the nr rangemcnts. FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE NEW EYE OF THE COSMOS Part 2 THE NEW IWOIOTELE3COPE AT EFCEUSBERS IN WEST GERMANY NEAR. B THE LARGE DISH-TYPE HOUTON Funeral service for George Allen Horton, na live son of New Dayton who died there Wednesday, Jan. 12 1972, at the ngc of 47 years was held at p.m. Satur day in Southminstcr U n 11 c c Church with Rev. Graham Dickie officiating. Active pall- bearers were Alex Koppuik Bob Duncan, Tom Cronkhitc, Art Bealon, Victor Kaupp and Melvin Duell. Honorary pnll bearers were Bill Anderson, George Wozak, Andy Grbavac, Russell Grecno, Allan Duncan Philip Morrison, Ivan Norris, Lcif Trockslad nnd Jessie Cress Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Uros Ltd., Directors of Funeral Scr vice, was in charge of the ar rangcmcnus. i, Jin lelemonami FUNERALS UAUGH Funeral service for George Claude Baugh, be-oved husband of Mrs. Cora Cthel Baugh of Bow Island who died in the city Tuesday, Jan. 11, 1972, after a brief illness at the age of 91 years, was held at a.m. Friday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offici-ating. Pallbearers were George Strain, Glen Rimmer, George Holmberg, Oscar Snortland, Peter Syisma and Bert Blackmer. nterment was in the Arch-mount Memorial Gardens. Mar-in Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. BURLES Funeral service or Mrs. Nancy Elizabeth juries, beloved wife of Mr. 'ercy Buries of Pincher Creek who died in the city Monday, Jan. 10, 1972, was held Saturday afternoon in St. Aiden's Church, Cowlcy, with lev. R. R. Griffith officiating, 'allbearers were George Mo-wat, Ernest Lank, Albert Bou-gerolle, Leslie Day, Mike El-on and Thomas Heap. Interment was in the family jloi in Livingstone Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the (CP) MP Arthur Lewis, said today he would try to have a British nuthor charged with at-tempted murder on Uie strength of the author's own writings. The author, Reverley Nichols admits in a forthcoming autobiography that he made three attempts to kill his father because the father was drunk. Lewis a member ot tne Labor party, said he will ask the attorney-general to take proceedings not to have Nichols imprisoned but, if found guilty, to be put on probation. In his autobiography Father Figure, to be published in March, h2 says he made his Ulster camps LONDONDERRY (Reutcr) -Civil rights leaders 111 Northern Ireland are to disrupt everyday life to protest the opening of a new intemmem camp. Ivan Cooper, member of the Ulster Parliament, said his supporters planned to block off all roads into County Londonderry on one day this week. Only ambulances and doctors would be allowed through harriers of cars, trucks and tractors. "We have supporters, and we can easily bring the country to a sajd Cooper. He said that "100 camps" would not hold those to be involved in the protest. The new camp, an old military establishment at Magilli-gan Point, is about a mile from the border with the Irish Republic, which lies over the waters of Lough Foyle. Soon after dawn Sunday, the British Army lifted by helicon-tcr nbout 40 prisoners to the new camn in a secret operation. Most of the 400 or more prisoners in Northern Ireland were still kept either in camp at Ami Kesni OI1 lne Prison ship Maicstone anchored in Belfast harbor, or in the capital's Crumlin Road jail. CARD OF THANKS DUNLOP We wish to thank all our friends for their kindness shown to us in our recenl bereavement. Your gifts ol cards, flowers, baking and money were greatly appreciated. A special thanks to Rev. T. Eskdale and the U.C.W. Ladies of First United Church. Sincere tanks to all. Curtis Dunlop, F. Poch, R. Krish and C. Gatto families IN MEMORIAM HEATON In loving memory of Clifford Daniel Heaton, beloved husband, dad and grandpa, who died January 18, 1970. Quietly remembered every day, Sadly missed along life's way. his wife, Rose; Marg. and Will; Ken and Doreen; Joy and Harold; Gordon and Esther and grand children. Highlight rec< of science poli OTTAWA (CP) Highlight recommendations of the second report of the Senate special committee on science policy: Government and Parliar ment to adopt an over-all plan for science and technology in the 1970s, with national research and development targets. By 1980, planning to permit enunciation of successive five-year plans. National spending on research and development by 1980 to be 2.5 per cent of gross national product. The Economic Council of Canada to establish a committee to project requirements at 1985 and 2000. By 1980, about 60 per cent of the national research and development effort to be performed by industry. A university-industry comr mittee to estimate needs for qualified scientists and engineers and revise qualifications and training. Secondary manufacturing to be asked to prepare plans within a year to improve efficiency, innovative capacity and international competitiveness. A special cabinet committee helped by an office of in-ciuslrial reorganization, to examine, modify and approve the plans, in consultation with provinces. Resources-based and primary manufacturing to be asked to prepare plans within a year to improve research and development perform-ance. Government departments and agencies affecting industry lo have science policy advisers to assess impact of government actions. Government grants for industrial research and development to be grouped in a single program. A now Canadian cy report bank to co-operste wilh private capital to support new technological innovations, especially by new, small or medium-sized firms. Government departments in renewable resource or primary industry areas to be limited in the amount of industrial research and development done in their own labs. research and development for secondary and service industries, and for mining and power utilities, to be grouped in a new Canadian industrial laboratories corporation by March 31, 1973. Tile science and technology ministry to create a new scientific and technical information system and a technological forecasting service. program to be started to make research and development personnel mobile, with special emphasis on transfer to industry from government. 1980, about 10 per cent ol national research and development effort to be devoted to basic research. Social sciences and humanities lo have top priority and life science, especially health, second priority in government supported basic research until 1980. to be made- to see whether most basic research in government labs could be better done in universities. Future basic research by government to be concentrated in a national research academy, with physical, life and social sciences institutes. A Canadian research board lo be set up lo develop ability for and support of pure basic research in universities and similar institutions. reappraisal lo be made of government-backed scholarship and fellowship schemes to [it i n d u s I r i a 1 needs. MOVIES About Bulgarians go Lo the movies every day. irst attempt when he was 15 after concluding that hla ather, a retired lawyer, wai making lamlly life a misery y his drinking. He slipped as- inn in his father's soup but made him (inly slightly ill Nichols, now 72, said he ater found his father lying drunk in the garden and ran a eavy roller over him. But hi nly broke one leg. When he was 30 Nichols madi ne more attempt, administer- ng a heavy dose of sleeping ills and dragging the drunken man into the snow-covered gar- en. Once more the father re- overed. Nichols said he finally COD- hided the older man was in- destructible and gave up. HiB ather died a natural death 20 rears ago at the age of 85. "After my mother died in 1938 my father never touched an- ther drop of writes Nichols, whose many books in- clude a 1926 autobiography, Twenty-Five, Down the Garden Path, Cry Havoc, No Place Lite Home and The Moonflower. Scandal ahead of war TEL AVIV (AP) Ask an Is- raeli what's on his mind thest terse days in the Middle.East, and chances are he won't taft about the Arabs or war. He is worried about scandals and cor- ruption. The latest scandal bubbled to .he surface with the arrest ol three scientists from the gov- ernment's Volcani Institute foi agricultural research. They allegedly connected with bribes given to obtain government ap- proval of suspect cheese prod- ucts. Suspect cheese doesn't seem like much of a scandal, but il ties in wilh a lot oi others. Re- cent reports said one food com- pany alone paid hundreds ol fines last year for marketing products containing dead mice, old bandages and other unu- morsels. The building trade has been under such heavy suspicion ol scandal and excess profits tint the contractors' federation took out a big newspaper ad appeal- ing for sympathy. "All the con- tractors want is a fair .and sonable it pleaded. RUINING HOLY CITY Israelis say construction per- mits are so difficult to get that many people simply put up buildings without them. Jerusa- lem officials have threatened to pull down unauthorized build- ings. Critics say unsightly build- of them illegally ruining the charac- ter of the holy city. A government commission has been investigating for sevea weeks the biggest scandal of all, involving alleged sex the government's Netivei Neit Oil Co. The com- pany exploits the remote Sinai Desert oilfields captured from Egypt in the 1967 war. The scandal talk Involves things big and little. A health ministry survey claimed many Israeli doctors don't wash their hands between operations. When an ancient building housing the Supreme Rabbinical Court collapsed in Jerusalem, some rabbis accused archaeolo- gists of deliberately undermin- ing it so they could dig at the ruins below. Some religious Israelis are upset by "white steak" appear- ing on more and more restaur- ant menus. White steak is pork, forbidden to Kosher Jews. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS n t v c r I y Hills, Bagdasarian, 52, songwriter whose 1958 recording of The Chipmunk Song sold four mil- lion copies in seven weeks, and created Ihe voice of Alvin the Chipmunk. Blanchard Keats, 70, a member of hock- ey's Hall of Fame and known 13 UK Iron Duke for his strength and stickhandling ability. N o r w i c k, Ashford, 90, wlw wrote a best selling book The Young Visitors when she was nine years old and quit writing at 13. F. Fisher, 80, the last survivor of six brolhcr.'! who founded the Fisher Body Co. in 1908. Calgary Dr. Karl Holfield. cal Lutheran Church of Canada first president of (he Evangell- from until his retirement last year. Chnpcl HIM, N.C.-Betty Smith, 79, author of tho best- selling novels A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and Joy In the Morn- ing.