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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January 21, 1975 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 27 80 SERVICES AND BUSINESS d h b a fi a e li e b 1 t i R w OC a a! th in Ul su fi br m le th th sn to at tr sn th W( ch al va br th tri wr jr le sir tn die Sit L d i Ba th( So doi ca dec C ma ag( Ba 1 ep gov 11 ie nc Thi n on ie B cc on er ep Mr rt Cl V et las op us orr P ires uth ag >asi dd "I las Pf ip R R( m ire 9 ati rgi id e ast od Kir by Vacuum Sales and Service. 1283 3rd Ave. S. Free home demonstration, phone 328-8962. equipped barber shop for ron Adjacent to operating beauty parlor. Contact Mr. Hober, El Rancho Motor Hotel. Births, Deaths, In Memoriams 1 Cards Of Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-5114. LOANS AND in 15% Interest Dial 642-3787, Warner. EVANS Passed away suddenly in Westminster, California, on Friday, January 17, 1975, Mrs. Helen Evans, beloved wife of Mr. Raymond T. Evans of 2206 -8th Avenue S. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5906 NAKAHAMA January 20th, 1975, Fumio (Frank) aged 62 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Hisae Nakahama, of 2212 46th Street S.E., Calgary! Besides his wife he is survived by three sons, Don and Steve, both of Calgary, Harry, Vancouver, B.C., two daughters, Mrs. Fred (Norma) Talbot and Mrs. Heinz (Pauline) Wod-niakowski, both of Calgary, and four grandchildren. Services at THE GARDEN CHAPEL (Foster Funeral Home) 540 16th Ave. N.W., Calgary this evening at p.m. Further services at the chapel on Wednesday at a.m.. Rev. S. K. Ikuta of Calgary Buddhist Church officiating. Interment Mountain View Memorial Gardens. C5904 VIELLE Pierre (Peter Jackson} passed away in Seattle, Wash, on Friday, January 17th, 1975. He was born in Cardston on March 19th, 1924 and had lived on the Blood Reserve all his life until leaving for Seattle in September of 1974. He leaves to mourn his passing his mother Annie, one brother, Frances, two sisters, Teresa Many Grey Horses and Mary Morning Bird ail of the Blood Band Tribe. His lather predeceased him in 1970. Requiem Mass will be said on Friday, January 24th, at 10 a.m. in the St. Catherine's Catholic Church, with Father J. Regnier as Celebrant. Interment will follow in the St. Catherine's Cemetery. Prayers will be said at the church on Thursday, January 23, in the evening. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Cardston, Directors of Funeral Service. C5902 GLOER Charles Harrison Gioer was born December 9, 1888 in Red Oak, Iowa, U.S.A. He received his education in both the Dakotas. Nebraska and Montana. He came to Alberta by oxen and wagon train with his parents in 1905, arriving in Lethbridge on his birthday. He worked for a while in the railroad "Round House" in Lethbridge until he was old enough to file on a homestead in Iron Springs, (then While there he married Marjorie Delia Hunt in 1914. Being mechanically minded he became a steam engineer, helping to break much of Alberta's prairie sod. In 1915, he moved to Barons where he farmed until 1949, when he bought land near Champion and stayed there until 1964, when he and Mrs. Gloer moved to Lethbridge to their present home at 2606 20th Avenue South. He passed away after a brief illness, Monday, January 20th, 1975. He leaves to mourn his loss, his loving wife Marjorie; one daughter. Amy Irwin (Mrs. Ellwood R.) of Barons: one son, Alymer Gloer of Kelow-na, B.C.: ten grandchildren: eight great grandchildren: two brothers, Wilbur Gloer, Nampa, Idaho, Edgar Gloer, Raven. Alberta; six sisters Mrs. Mary Buck, Rollins. Montana, Mrs. Mabel Miller, Calgary, Maggie Hunt (Mrs. Innisfail, Mrs. Ida Soderquist, Calgary, Mrs. Amanda Woodruff, Kelowna, B.C. and Mrs. Edna McDonald, Montana. He was predeceased by a grandson. Donald Irwin in a brother, William Gloer in 1918, and a brother, Herbert H. Gloer in 1965. The funeral service will be held -at n.m. on Wednesday. January 22. 1975, in McKillop United Church, 2329 15th Avenue S., with Rev. Blake Anderson Interment will 'ollow in Ihc Family Plot Archmount Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may >ay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service, 'hone 328-2361. GRAY Haven William passed away in the city o Monday, January 20th, 1975 a the age of 51 years. Belovei husband of Mrs. Mary Gray o Lethbridge. Funera arrangements will be an nounced when complete! CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD Directors of Funeral Service C590 IN MEMORIAMS LITTLE In lovin memory of our dear brother Alex, who passed awa January 21st, 1965. It doesn't seem ten year today. Since our dear brother wa called away. remembered, financing at reasonable rates and well secured. Write Box 94, Herald. 84 OUR TREE TRIMMING prices are lower in January. Call us for a Iree estimate. 327-2641. MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS McLean's Tree Surgery Free estimates. Pruning, trimming and felling. Call 328-2094. 327-1323. Retirement Savings Plan AT 15% Dial 642-3787, Warner Ro-Ko Tree Services. Experienced horticulturalist. Tree removal and tree pruning. 328-7672 or 328-6382. Trees and hedges Trimmed, pruned or removed. Prompt, reasonable. We undercut. Phone 327-2641. all types, no job too small. Phone 328-9490 or 027-7181. 8724- 85 POULTRY AND D Construction Cribbing, framing, rumpus rooms, etc., 327-1332, or 328-2128. Heavy hens live to six pounds dressed, SOe per pound. Discount on dozen lots., Roosters eight pounds dressed, per pound. Also young fryers and roasters. Free delivery. Custom killing. H. Dyck. 345-3224, Coaldale. tex ured and basemen s developed. Free estimates. Phone 327-8469. 8281 WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. 86 PETS AND Gentle Persian female cat. For adoption phone 328-0620. Homes, general contrac or. Commcrc al and residential remodelling. Phone 328-9525 or 327-9914. For sale Female St. Bernard puppy, purebred. Phone 328-4352. furniture. Wood crafted, buffets, cabinets, suites, etc. Refinlshing, remodeling. Phone 328-9525. 327-9914. Margaret and Dorothy 930 JOHNSON In lovin memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Inga John son, who passed away January 21st, 1965. God saw the road wa getting rough And the hills were hard to climb So he closed your weary eyelids And whispered "Peace be missed by her daughters, and families 9300 CARDS OF THANKS COWIE -1 wish to thank the doctors and all the staf who so kindly looked after me while I was in the Municipa and Auxiliary hospitals. I also want to thank all the friends in Lethbridge and district who sent me cards. Thomasina Cowie. 9309 SHAW I wish to thank my doctors, also the nursing stafl of St. Michael's Hospital for their kindness and care. Also my relatives and friends for their visits, cards, flowers and gifts. A very special thanks to Janet and Jock, still for their loving care and attention while my husband and I were living with them. Shaw, Fernie, For Sale Purebred German Shepherd pups. Phone 867-2312, Foremost. Chihuahua Terrier cross, female pups. Ken Burdett, phone 234-2138. Monarch. building, stuccoing and cement work. Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. Six week old half German Shepherd pups. Phone 752-2063, Welling. Bingham Construction Custom Built Homes additions, rumpus rooms and renovations. Phone 327-3284. Okoonawa Kennels Indivldua indoor-outdoor heated solid block runs. See yellow pages. K Excavating, 327-0123. Bob-rat specta ists. Dirt and gravel leveling, snow removal. We can do any Job for you. Registered Irish Setter puppies for sale. O'lrish blood lines. Phone 756-3447, Stirling. ex erior painting sma I carpentry obs, roof repairs. Reasonable. Phone Bill 328-9743. Wanted good farm home for black lab male. Phone 328-4879 after 3 p.m. Purebred registerable mini Toy Poodle, champagne color. One and a half years old. Phone 329-0160. HOMES ANE CONSTR. Phone us for homes and home im-jrovements, garages, rumpus rooms and all cement work. Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 328-0939. Part Siamese gentle male cat neutered with front claws removed. For adoption phone 328-5141 after 6 p.m. repaired, built. Miscellaneous juilding. Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs. Jim 327-5087, 328-3983. A.K.E. registered Labrador puppies, field champion bloodlines. V. E. Ferguson, 1416 8 Ave. S., Great Falls, Montana. Phone 454-3877. MAN SERVICES Serving home and industry. Garbage collection; yards, basements ana garages cleaned. Free estimates. Phone 328-4592. Five year old, Champagne color male Poodle. Very friendly, gooc breeder. 328-0083 or 327-8164. FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, landscaping, back filling, driveway, corra cleaning, rotolilling. No job too small or too large. 327-5817. Female Apricot Afghan. Spayed, 18 months, well bred, with or wlthoui oapers. Apply 715 7th St. S., 'after 6 p.m., Pups to be given away and sold Samoyed and Collie cross. One-three year old female to be given away to good farm home. Phone after p.m. plowing, hoeing, n-stallations and supplies. Prairie Ditching Company PHONE 328-8280 87 FUR BEARING FURS BOUGHT SKINNED OR UNSKINNED. PICKED UP AT YOUR DOOR. PHONE ALBERTA PACIFIC FURS COLLECT, 823-4223, DRUMHELLER. NUMBER 88 BUSINESS 38, 31.27, 25, FOR SALE BY OWNER 12 Suite apartment block, three years old, choree location, fully occupied. Building is of concrete and brick construction, mortgage. For further particulars write Box 87, Herald. THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDQE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the estate of Thursa L. Russell, la e of the Town of Taber, in the Province ot Alberta, deceased who died on the 3rd day of January, A.D. 1975. Take notice that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named mus file with Mrs. Jeana Stanford, Box 605 Cardston or Mrs. Carla Grover, Box 99 Wrentham, in the Province of by the 21s day of February, A.D. 1975 a full statement o their claims and of securities held by them. Executors Mrs. Jeana Stanford Box 605, Cardston, Alta. And Mrs. Carla Grover Box 99, Wrentham, Alta. Four operator beauty salon for sale In Taber. Will accept reasonable offer, selling owino to health reasons. Phone 223-3131. days; 223-2665, evenings or write P.O. Box 2012, Taber. LOEWEN We wish FIRST TIME OFFERED Calgary's oldest established under-coaling, rust proofing, auto reconditioning centre. Grossing plus yearly. Situated downtown, no triflers. Reply to 820 9th Avenue S.W., Calgary. Alberta. the doctors and nursing staff of Municipal Hospital for their kindness and care. Also to everyone who sent cards, flowers, and food at the time of the passing of our father. Thanks to the minister, organist, soloist and pallbearers and to Martin Bros. Funeral Home for all their assistance in the funeral arrangements. Your kindness will always be remembered. Katie Loewen, Bill and Shirley Howell. 9278 KULTGEN We wish to express our thanks and sincere appreciation for the many kindnesses shown us at the passing of our husband, father and grandfather. Thank you to all who sent flowers, cards, food and donations to the Heart Fund. Thank you to the doctors and nurses at the Municipal Hospital and the staff of The Southland Nursing Home. Special thanks to the Lucky Strike Club for supplying and serving the lunch and to everyone who itelped in any way. Clara Kultgen and family. 9257 ERICKSON We want to thank our relatives, friends and neighbors for their expressions of sympathy with flowers, cards and gifts of food after the passing of our dear wife and mother, Ina Erickson. Special thanks also to Rev. Paul Shaw for his message of hope and sympathy, to the choir, and to the United Church women and others who helped serve lunch at Heritage Hall. We also ex-jress our appreciation for the lind care and attention she received from the doctors and nurses in Border Counties lospital during her long illness. -Walter H. Erickson and family. HOTELS MOTELS Over 30 to choose' from throughout Alberta. Down payments as low as Call Tom Kammermayer, Hicke Real Estate Ltd., 5014 49 st Red Deer, Alberta. Bus. Ph. 1-346-66C8, Res. Ph. 1-782-6460. HOTEL East Central Alberta, in good farming community. Nine rooms, living quarters. Bar seats 60. Hard liquor in bar. Turnover In past six months. Asking S55.000. S35.000 down. Open to offers. Call Tom Kammermayer, Hicke Real Estate _td., 5014 49 St.. Red Deer, Alta., Bus. Ph. 1-346-6608, Res. Ph. 1-782-6460. SEEKS All) WASHINGTON (AP) -Israel has asked the United States for about ?2.2 billion in military and economic aid, more than three times what it received in the current aid package, U.S. and Israeli sources said Monday. About billion of that would be for military aid, the rest for economic assistance, the sources said. The request is being considered by the U.S. state department and administration budget experts. RCUS KEY REALTY AND INSURANCE 328-6671 BUILDING CLEANING BUSINESS Excellent potential for young or per month. Business includes all equipment. M.L.S. For further details Call a "KEY REALTOR" THE FAMILY C "Here's a very 'portant paper you're supposed io fill out for school, Powerman 's exploits taken too literally I Patterns Geometric Pillows SALISBURY, Rhodesia (CP) desia's answer to Superman- has been grounded. No longer will he leap tall buildings or fly at the speed of a rocket in his comic strip film or radio adventures. The grounding has come about because African read- ers have taken his activities literally and expected Pow- erman to carry out his aero- batics in personal appear- damage to office Thieves who broke into the Raymond post office last week caused an estimated 000 damage to the building in an unsuccessful attempt to open a safe, say RCMP. But the culprits did find about in loose change in the front office. An RCMP official said investigation of the break-in is underway and police have a suspect. A spokesman for the post of- fice in Raymond said the break-in was reported Friday morning by a citizen mailing a letter. The spokesman' said the thieves entered the building through the front door, then smashed handles off the door to a walk-in vault in an attempt to enter. They then tried to enter the vault by smashing through a wall in the women's washroom, but were stopped by a brick wall. culprits then began chipping away at the bricks along the right side of the vault door, pulling out one brick at a time and crawled through into the walk-in vault. Once inside, the thieves ;ried to open the money chest, which was cemented into a jrick wall. With some kind of heavy object the culprits smashed away at the chest, knocking off the handles and dial, but couldn't open the ances. Now the appearances have been dropped. Powerman is following the mould of a long line of Ameri- can-inspired heroes whose ad- ventures have been followed by generations of youngsters. But Powerman is an Afri- can hero. When buses overturn in rag- ing Hood waters or villages are terrorized by marauding lions or evil witchdoctors hold primitive tribesman in their sway it's Powerman who comes to the rescue. Powerman is played by the 1968 Mr. Rhodesia, Alexander Banya. He has had the role for six years and his activities are designed to boost the sale of sugar among Africans. His adventures and non-stop personal appearances throughout Rhodesia, have made him immensely popu- lar. Powerman's exploits may be fictional, but Banya's bul- ging biceps are real, capable of lifting more than 600 pounds in weights. In his calf-length boots, blue figure-hugging tights and black Batman cape, Pow- erman forms the centre at- traction of a show. Spectators are invited to take Powerman on in trials of strength. Since Banya's strength is based on years of body building, the contests are usually one-sided. Few spectators can lift the weights more than a few inches off the ground. Then comes the great ad- vertising gimmick. Powerman grunts and groans and displays great difficulty in lifting the weights. Then, just a taste of the sponsor's product and, presto, the weights are above his head. Banya says living up to Powerman's image can be a strain. "You can't afford to he said. "It isn't easy always being on your best behavior." The magazine adventures are not drawn as in con- ventional comic books. In- stead Banya plays the role while photographs are taken and the dialogue is added. Banya figures he's good for another four years in the role. As with Batman, he has a will eventually step into his shoes. The weightlifting displays are probably the toughest part of Banya's role. "It's easy enough in the tribal trust he said. "I rarely have to go over 500 pounds, but it can be tough in the townships where you get a lot of trained body-builders." Banya fits the role of All- African hero like a glove. He doesn't smoke or drink and next year he will marry his childhood sweetheart. On Sun- days he swaps his garish cos- tume for a Salvation Army un- iform and attends services at his local citadel. When his powerman days are past Banya hopes to take up social work. City council seminar 'worth repeating' United Way drive doomed? TORONTO (CP) Reuber Jaetz, executive director of he Canadian Council on Social Development, says lonations to the United Way campaigns in Canada are lecreasing. Continuation of the trend may "spell the end of the igency as we know Mr. Jaetz said Friday. The council has published a eport on support of non [overnmental social service igencies. The report says the over ,11 increases in donations to he United Way between 1967 nd 1972 was two per cent. This was lower than increases personal disposable in- ome, the rate of inflation and ie gross national product. Business donations, which ccount for one third of ontributions to private social ervice agencies, have not ept up with rising profits, ilr. Baetz said in a statement. opperfirm eq nested to cut shipments VANCOUVER (CP) ethlehem Copper Corp. Ltd. as been asked to reduce its opper shipments to Japanese ustomers by 15 per cent, the ompany announced today. Patrick Reynolds, resident, said the proposed utback is still at the request age. It would be made on the asis of 1974 production, he ided. "I expect the same request as been made of all the ipper producers in B.C. who ip to he said. RICE CROPS DOWN ROME (Router) World eduction of rice dropped by ree million tons in 1974 to million tons, the United ations Food and Agriculture said Monday. It id the decline was mainly e to bad weather in the Far ast, the world's major rice oducing region. "Worthwhile, and worth sums up com- ments made Monday by city council members on their day- long seminar at the Holiday Inn on the weekend. "It was an excellent seminar we had a good ex- change of said Mayor Andy Anderson. "As time goes on, we'll have to have future meetings of this kind." Deputy Mayor Vera Ferguson, who tried un- successfully for five years to have council hold such a meeting, was also pleased with it. "It was a very worthwhile exchange, both at the level of council business and in a per- sonal she said. "Hopefully this will be the start of a pattern we will pur- sue. I still think it will be to our advantage to continue this kind of thing and to include the administration." Saturday's seminar was attended by all nine council members and City Manager Allister Findlay. While specifics were for the most part avoided Saturday some resolutions will be forthcoming from the session, several aldermen said, in- cluding recommendations on council's committee structure sometime after the Winter Games. Most aldermen said the seminar went off as it was originally conceived a chance to talk with one another away from the pressures of regular council meetings about the roles of council. "Generally it was people making comments about their philosophy of civic govern- ment and trying to decide some parameters of city said Aid. Bob Tarleck. "We attempted to deal with each other as people and find out how we perceived our roles as aldermen and how we perceived the city. "The whole thing was very worthwhile and a good exer- cise, but you certainly can't say we solved all our problems." Aid. Tarleck said he sees the need for a continuous re- appraisal of council's role and the function of city government. "It's an on-going he said. "I don't think we can have one meeting and solve everything." Aid. Bill Kergan said the seminar overall was worthwhile and another should be held at a future date. He repeated his assertion that the media could have been invited to some parts of the seminar, to let the public know what council is doing or thinking of doing. Aid. Tony Tobin termed the seminar productive in several ways. "From one point of view we started listening to one another without filtering what was being said people were really listening to one he said. "One outcome was a con- census that council ought to be policy makers before caretakers or he said. In that connection, he said, a small committee was ap- pointed to recommend to council a structure whereby council can formulate and determine policies in various functions of the city. Aid. Vaughan Hernbroff said some things he hoped would come out of the seminar did, and some didn't. "Everyone had a real chance to see that everyone else is trying their hardest to do a good he said. "We tried to understand what are each other's views of what a municipal government is for that was the general tone throughout the day." Aldermen Cam Barnes, Don Le Baron and Bill Cousins could not be reached for com- ment Monday. Spark a room with bold, geometric design pillows. Easy single crochet forms ridges that accent dramatic angles. Combine 2 colors of worsted for maximum im- pact. Pattern 7499: directions for 13-inch round, square pair. Jl.Ofl for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15t each pattern for first class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario. MIT 4P7. Ontario residents add 7c sales tax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. Quickie! PRINTED PATTERN Busy days ahead? Slip into a few, free moving ounces of fabric designed to flare out comfortably all day long! Thrifty to sew in cotton. Printed Pattern 4927: Half Sizes 14V4, 16Vi, 20Vz. Size (bust 37) takes 1% yards 60 inch. for each pattern cash, Cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first class mail and special handling. Out. residents add 7c sales tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough Ontario, MIT 4P7. CAREER TOWN OF LEDUC Preventive Social Services Director Applications will be received until February 15th for the above position with the Town of Leduc. The successful candidate will initiate and oversee a variety of Preventive Social Services programs related to the personal and social needs of a rapidly growing com- munity of people. Candidates should have a history of involvement in community affairs, should possess a dedicated Interest in people and should be capable of stimu- lating resources In the community. This is a newly created position, providing scope for an imaginative and resourceful approach. University training in one of the behavioural sciences Is advantageous tut not essential. Some practical previous experience Is desirable. Applications, complete with resume and indication of salary anticipated, should be sent to: P.S.S. fetation CommtttM, P.O. Box LMlue, Albtrta TOC IVO ;