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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-24,Lethbridge, Alberta M pnsJua^.ruES Female puppy to «iva away. 606 tth St. N._736J-Z4 Cocker Spaniel (or sale. Btonito. Not registered- fttone 328-0739.7431 -2- Fo< tal* — Bud®** and canaries* Phone 345-3963-    7967-2* Purebred SamwM rup»_ tor (SC. ‘ Phone 425-6538 B.C. Spsrwood, 7401-29 Soulhalta Boarding Kennel offers reasonable k>ng term boarding contract* for breeders. huntere. ete. PIMM 223*4130, Barnwell. CS7S6-tt M CMTMCTt Thurtday, January 24,1*74 - THI LKTHMIDOK HERALD — 23 rnwmmmmwma Lethbridge downtown Beauty Salon lor sale. Write Box 2, H*ral<^984 ^h' TRADE Country hotel, doing good butlness. Priced to Mil- $115,000 full once. Owner in poor health and must sail. Will take city property or land. J. Butler Agendas Ltd. Realtor 3515-T7tti Awe. S.W. Calgary, Alla. 246-1212, 242-1288, 242-9128 7182-24 National Refreshment Franchise Two Excellent Locations In Lethbridge Ratum on investment high- Estabiis^-ed over five years. Fully staffed ana ■self operating. Requires only few hours weekly to manage. All equipment, fixtures and franchise ineluded m price. Only serious inquiries please. Write Son 25, Herald. C666S-2Î BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY LAUNDROMAT LOCATION - F6RNIE, B.C. CONTACT: INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BANK 30 SOUTH 11TH AVE. CRANBROOK, B.C. PHONE 426-7241 7466-26 FOR SALE THRIVING CAFE BUSINESS IN RAPIDLY EXPAN DlNQ TOWN IN SOUTH EASTERN ALBERTA. 2,250 SQ. FEET — SEATING CAPACITY 61. TWO-STOREY MODERN BUILDING: TOP FLOOR CAN BE MADE INTO BANQUET ROOM. MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. FOB APPOINTMENT CONTACT: BOX 1510, BROOKS. ALBERTA. TELEPHONE (403) 362-3301, 6232-tfH RemodeMtng. addition*, alteration» Jorgensen construction Ltd., 327-. 0MB    ’ 7028-31 BOX NUMBER REPLIES 23, 29. 32, 42, 44 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate Of RALPH NlSlFORD [also Known as RAPHAEL NISIFORO), late ol Lethbridge, Alberta, Shoo Repairer, who died on the 5th day of October, 1973. Take notice that all person* having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file wllh the undersigned by the ¡2nd day of February. 1674, a full statement Of their claims and ol securities held by them. C. R. VAN KLEEK Deputy Public Trustee 201 John J. Bowien Bldg 620 7th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta. T2P 0Y8 J73' GOVERNMENT OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES' DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE OF TENDER FOR PREFABRICATION AND ‘ DELIVERY OF 98 . NORTHERN/TERRITORIAL RENTAL HOUSES Sealed Tenders Addressed To: .Chief of Program and Administration,* Government of the Northwest Territories,    ■ Department of Publie Works. P.O. Box 2040, YELLOWKNIFE, N.W.T. Will be received until 3:00 P.M., M.S.T., February 14, 1974 for the Préfabrication and Delivery of 96 Northern/Territorial Rental Houses. F.O.B. Dockslde at Montreal. Quebec and Hay River, N.W.T. Tender documents may be obtained from the above mentioned address by Contractors on deposit ol, £100.00 cash or certified cheque made payable lo the Government of the Northwest Territories. This deposit will be refunded If the said documents are returned in good condition and within 30 days of the closing date. Tender envelope shall be marked as to contents, sender and address. To be considered each tender must be submitted on the forms provided. Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. Enquiries to be made to: Project Manager Mr. J. Nadeau. Department of Public Works, Government of the N.W.T., YELLOWKNIFE, N.W.T. Phone 873-7224 Area Code 403    ' 0 C. Aumond Chief of Program and Administration J69 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks V: % IN MEMORIAMS ROYAL TRUST REAL ESTATE M.L.S. Realtors 323 7th Ave. S. Pfiqne 328-7761 TABER S1X-PLEX New three level six-plsx located in all new area of Taber, Features two — two" bedroom suites on two upper levels, and one — two bedroom and one — bedroom on lower level Total potential revenue per year $10,980 less expenses. Included in price are six stoves, two refrigerators, and cam operated *asher and dryer Hot water heating. Trades accepted. M.L.S. Call Ray La Valley lor further information C6769-tf ASTRO REALTY LTD. a INSURANCE Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 APARTMENTS lb unit apartment — 9—twe bedroom. 6—one bedroom compieti with stoves and relrlgerators, wall te wall throughout, off-street parking Check into this today Exclusive. NORTH SIDE Large 24 * 100 It cinder and block brick building, suitable for offices, store, cafe, etc. Owner will consider lease or trade on lourplex or othei revenue properly. Exclusive Call m'* Astro Realtor. 32S-7746 C683S-2 m LOANS AND INVESTMENTS Have money to invest for any worthwhile purpose Replies kept conlidentlal. P. O. Box 494, Lethbridge.    C6B51-30 MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS & MERCHANTS TRUST 309 - 7tti St S.—328-5548 C5216-tf SCHWARTZ Agencies (1972) Limited College Mall Phone 323-3331 The widest facility available We con’ si der all types of mortgage loans. C67o7,‘,2& MORTGAGES All types ol mortgage linanting in small towns — acreages — new and old homes - Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave South 328-32S1    C7769-H 90 CONTMCTS Economy painting and decorating. Very neat, very reasonable Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. SS4£-tf Painters Qualified work guaranteed. Free estimates Phone 328-6911 7169-tf GOVERNMENT OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE OF TENDER FOR PREFABRICATION AND DELIVERY OF 62 TERRITORIAL STAFF HOUSES Sealed Tenders Addressed To: Chief of Program and Administration, Government of the Northwest Territories, □apartment of Public Works, P.O. Box 2040, YELLOWKNIFE, N W T. Will be received until 3:00 P.M., M.S.T.. February 14, 1974 for the Préfabrication and Delivery of 62 Territorial Stalf Houses, F.O.B. Dockside at Montreal, Quebec and Hay River, N.W.T. Tender documents may be obtained from the above mentioned address by Contractors on deposit ol $100 00 cash or certified cheque made payable to the Government ol the Northwest Territories. This deposit will be refunded if the said documents are returned in good condition and within 30 days Ol the closing date. Tender envelope shall be marked as to contents, sender and address. To be considered each tender must be submitted on ihe forms provided. Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted Enquiries to be made to. Project Manager Mr. J Nadeau, Department of Public Works, Government of the N.W.T., YELLOWKNIFE, N.W.T Phone 873-7224 Area Code 403 DEATHS BALANYK — Passed away in the city on Tuesday, January 22, 1974, Mr, Ale* Balanyk at the age of B1 years, of 712 - 1 Avenue South. Pray«rs will be said on Thursday (tonight), January 24, 1974, at 7:00 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 • 13th Street North. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Friday, January 25,1974. at 9:30 a.m. in St. Vladimir's Ukrainian Catholic Church, with Father L. Syvenkey officiating. Interment to follow in Mount Calvary section Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6869 LESLIE — Passed away suddenly in the city on Sunday. January 13,1974, Mr. Roy Filmer Leslie at the age of 55 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Jessie Leslie of 211 -14 Street North. The funeral service was held on Thursday, January 17, 1974 at 3:00 p.m. in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, with Rev. Derek Hoskin officiating. Interment followed in Mountain View Cemetery. Pallbearers were Mr. J. H. Vosburgh, Mr F, Mason, Mr. R. Rombough, Mr. N. Doroshenko, Mr, J. Holmes, Mr. M. Sarayama. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 7488A DARBY - Alfred, passed away in Cardston on Monday, January 21,1974, at the age of 92 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Fanny Elizabeth Darby of Cardston. Funeral services will be held in the St. Andrew’s United Church in Cardston at 2:00 p.m. on Friday Jan. 25, 1974, with Rev. James Ruxton officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1:00 p.m. until prior to the service at the Salmon Funeral Home. No flowers by special request. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Cardston, Directors of Funeral Service. C6867 With granary nearly bare, U, S. may import our wheat ALFORD — In loving memory of our dear mother, Miriam, who passed away January 24, 1944. —Miriam and Nellie and their families. 7477 KOWALSKI - In loving memory of a dear father ana grandfather, John Kowalski, who passed away January 24, 1996. —Lovingly remembered by the family. 7487 WASHINGTON <AP> -Record wheat exports and a barebones reserve are forcing the Nixon administration to consider importing grain from Canada so Americans can have their daily bread. The agriculture department says that by July 1 tne United States wheat cupboard will contain 182 million bushels, instead of the 300-million-bushel reserve that had been forecast last September. The latest prediction would put the U.S. wheat reserves on July 1 at the lowest since 83.8 million bushels were on hand in 1947. It would be less than half the 430 million bushels held last summer. But agriculture officials say there is no danger of a bread shortage. The officials also deny claims by bakers that the price of bread might be fl a loaf by next spring because of a short wheat supply. On Wednesday, after a new report on the wheat situation, Assistant Agriculture Secretary Carroll Brunthaver conceded that the supply is being crimped more severely than expected. SACKMAN - In loving memory of a dear son, Elmer, who passed away January 24, 1969* While he lies in peaceful sleep, His memory we shall always keep. —Lovingly remembered by mom and dad. 7459 Peron purging own movement G, C. Aumond Chief of Program and Administration J70 VANDERHILT - James (Jack), passed away in Lethbridge, on Tuesday, January 22,1974, at the age of 69 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Sybil Vanderhilt of 276 - 7 Ave, S. He is also survived by one son, Peter of Lethbridge; one daughter, Mrs. Gene (Janice) Ingham of Vernon, B.C.; a brother, Peter of Lethbridge and two sisters, Johanna Renaud and Wilhelmena Klein both of Holland. Funeral Services will be held Friday, January 25, 1974 at 2:00 p.m. in the Christensen Chapel (327-10 St. S.), with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C6868 Fred Steiner — cement work old basements dug. water proofing Insured, free estimates Phone 3276266    C366t-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE — NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-S74S. C1936-N Garage building, cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Cone1' .'■.tion, 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-* ■..    C7377-tf Fences repaired, built Miscellaneous budding Concrete — patios, sidewalks, drives, etc Hauling — Jim - 327-5087. 326-3903 2460A-II PAINTING JAPANESE PAINTER CITY OR COUNTRY. PHONE 327-6721, EVtMNGS 7072-29 High-voltage power lines to be studied HELENA, Mont. (CP) -The Montana natural resources department and the U.S. forest service have signed an agreement to provide for joint study of proposed high-voltages power lines to span Montana. The agreement would allow state and federal energy planning officials to share facilities and expertise to evaluate proposed transmission line routes and develop environmental assessments of the project. It includes the use of forest service computers and skilled specialists for -joint energy planning efforts. One of the first items expected to be studied is a proposal by Montana Power Co. and four northwest utilities to string 500 kilovolt lines for more than 400 miles from southeastern Montana to the northwest comer of the state. WILL PART10PATE BRUSSELS (AP) -Foreign ministers of the Common Market countries agreed Tuesday that the organization of nine countries will participate in the conference on energy that U.S. President Nixon has called for Feb. 11, a spokesman for their executive commission sakl. McKENZIE — Passed away in Barons on Tuesday, January 22, 1974, following a brief illness, Mr. Ralph Wallace McKenzie, at the age of 71 years of Barons, formerly Calgary. Born, raised and educated in Pincher Creek, the late Mr. McKenzie later resided in Fernie, B.C. for several years. He had been employed with Imperial Oil in Calgary since 1943 until retirement in 1964. He continued to reside in Calgary until moving to Barons in the spring of 1973 to live with his sister and has resided there until his passing. He was a very active and well known curler for many years and a member of Barons Senior Citizens Organization. He is survived by two sons, Mr. David Brown of Edmonton, Mr. Gary Jenkerson of B.C.; one daughter, Mrs. Roberta Raymond of Edmonton; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; also two sisters, Mrs. A. E. (Dolly) Cox of Calgary, Mrs. J. (Annie) Dowdell of Barons; two brothers, Mr. Donald McKenzie of Regina and Mr. Archie McKenzie of Calgary. He was predeceased by his wife Thelma in 1971. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, January 26,1974, at 11:00 a.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 -13th Street North, pho- - 3282361, with Mr. W. am Calderwood officiating, nter-ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to a charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. CM71 CARDS OF THANKS SKINNER — I wish to thank everyone for the many beautiful flowers and cards sent to tne while in the hospital. Many thanks also to the doctors and nurses for their good care and kindness. —Mrs. Nellie Skinner 7458 MARTE — Thank you to all our friends, relatives, and neighbors who have helped in so many ways at the time of our loss of a dear husband and father, Bernard. Special thanks to Ms doctors, Father O’Dwyer, pallbearers and to the boys and girls of the Junior Choir who sang during the funeral Mass. —Ann, Connie, Colleen and Noreen Marte 7466 IRONMONGER - Words are inadequate to express the deep appreciation felt for the many acts of kindness shown to us in the loss of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Arthur Ironmonger. Special thanks to the doctor and the staff of the C.N.P. Hospital. Also a special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carpenter for their kindness and consideration. Thank you also to the pallbearers and all of our relatives, friends and neighbors for the flowers, cards, financial donations and food, and to the ladies who served lunch. Every expression of friendship will always be treasured. —Wife Eileen, sons, daughters    and grandchildren 7457 Time alters best-seller heading TORONTO (CP) - Time Canada Ltd. will label its list of best-selling books “U.S. Best Sellers” in the magazine’s Canadian edition In response to charges it has been misleading the Canadian public, Stephen LaRue, Time Canada president, said Tuesday. Time previously listed the 10 fiction and non-fiction books simply as “Best Sellers." ' Mr. LaRue said the new label will appear in the Feb. 4 edition. He also said the U.S.-owned magazine is considering lawyer Richard Rohmer’s suggestion for a Canadian bestseller list. “But we have no plans to do it yet,” Mr. LaRue said, Mr. Rohmer, chairman of the royal commission on book publishing in Ontario, threatened Jan. 8 to seek an injunction banning sales of Time in Ontario because he said the magazine was misleading the Canadian public. Mr. Rohmer also said he would ask for damages in connection with potential sales of his novel. Ultimatum, which headed the Toronto Star's bestseller list for nine weeks. Mr. Rohmer, whose novel was not on Time’s best-seller list, said earlier he has “suffered substantial damage to potential sales” because Canadian readers would assume Time's list is Canadian and his book hasn’t made it. New York Times Service BUENOS AIRES - In the wake of the Marxist guerrilla attack on an army garrison last weekend, President Juan D. Peron has extended his purge of leftists in his movement and is pressing for strict anti-terrorist legislation. It was early Saturday, when about 70 members of the people’s revolutionary army, the most Important guerrilla group in Argentina, invaded a 2,000-man tank garrison at Azul, about 170 miles south of the capital, and killed the local army commander, his wife and a sentry before fleeing with the deputy commander as hostage. Today the authorities reported the arrest of 13 suspects, including several who were wounded in the attack, which left two guerrillas dead. The incident — part of an intensified campaign against the military and businessmen — has dramatized the rapid deterioration in relations between the guerrillas and Peron. They once were tactical allies in a political struggle against the seven-year-old military regime, which gave way to a Peronist government last May. “If I were 50 years younger I would understandably go about planting bombs or meting out my own brand of justice," Peron declared a year ago while still in exile in Madrid waiting for the armed forces to abdicate. But Tuesday, in a televised confrontation with leftists in his own party, the 78-year-old president asserted that the guerrillas were “armed thugs” and stressed his determination to crush them by any means. “If we do not have the law, we will do it outside the law and we will do it violently," he said, “because you cannot oppose violence with anything but violence.” Self-rule WASHINGTON (Reuter) The United States has announced its support for selfgovernment of the trust territory of Micronesia — 2,000 Pacific islands east of the Philippines and south of Japan. The territory has been administered by the U.S. under a 1947 mandate by the United Nations. ABORTION LAW PASSED VIENNA (Reuter) - The Austrian parliament has voted to allow abortions within the first three months of pregnancy. The law had been debated for more than two years. The drain from exports, now estimated at 1.2 billion bushels for the year ending June 30, will put further pressure on wheat supplies, he said. SEE QUOTAS LIFTED Brunthaver added the smaller reserve “increases the possibility of importing wheat or flour" from Canada. He said President Nixon is likely to suspend quotas so that flour millers and bakers will have more grain if they choose to buy it. Agriculture officials lowered their wheat-reserve forecast because, they said, foreign buyers had insisted updn larger orders than believed probable. U.S. exports of 1.2 billion bushels now expected for 1973-74 will exceed last year’s record, of 1.184 billion. Nixon has the authority to suspend wheat-imported quotas, pegged at 800,000 bushels a year, but has requested a report on the situation from the U.S. Tariff Commission. However, Brunthaver indicated Nixon may not wait for the final commission report, due Feb. 15, before suspending the quota. Nixon has acted freely during the last year in raising dairy import quotas whenever he felt it necessary to help American consumers. Thus, many officials feel the president will not hesitate to act on wheat imports if it is felt additional grain will forestall sharp rises in bread prices. TALK TO CUSTOMERS Brunthaver said the U.S. has started negotiations with the Soviet Union and Japan to see if some of their orders for U.S. wheat can be delayed until next summer’s harvest. The Soviets already have agreed to postpone delivery of 18.4 million bushels through private exporters. Russia originally was expected to buy about 125 million bushels of U.S. wheat this season, down sharply from orders totalling more than 400 million in 1972-73. But other countries, including China, have increased their imports of U.S. wheat greatly from last year. Hospital deaths probed SUDBURY, Ont, (CP) -Gas samples disclosing the substitution of anesthetic nitrous oxide for oxygen in parts of Sudbury General Hospital remained untouched for nine days in an Ontario government laboratory in Toronto after the switch apparently had caused at least one fatality, a coroner’s jury investigating 23 deaths at the hospital was told Wednesday. During the interval, evidence showed, the room in which six-year-old Catherine Dominic died last Sept. 7 was re-opened with the malfunction still in effect and one other patient was known to have been endangered by it. An analyst from the centre for forensic sciences testified he reported on the gas switch within 24 hours after he was assigned the testing of samples from the special procedures room in which the girl died and from the treatment room of the emergency department. The coroner's jury heard also from an official of International Nickel Company of Canada that Inco’s laboratories provided the same information in about three hours after being asked to test the gas outlets of the rooms Sept. 20 after a patient got into difficulties in the special procedures room Sept. 18. Frank McAuley, a toxicologist from the Toronto centre, said the only reason he could think of for the time lapse at that end was that “the sense of urgency was not made clear.” All the deaths under investigation occurred in a new emergency section of the hospital between early May of last year, when it began opening by stages, and late September. The jury heard testimony Wednesday indicating the room in which the Dominic girl died was closed Sept. 8, the day after her death. The Lethbridge Herald see& think Putfutm PART IV - PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS A coal shortage has caused economic trouble in his nation. Who Is hr-1 HOW DO YOU RATE? 71 to to paints - Ctaed Í1 to 70 paints — F sir. •O or Under* ? ? - H’nwrt GAIN ESTIMATED Over-all gain from marketing receipts in the United States is expected to b« about $s billion for 1173, mostly from livestock sales. 91 to too pofctis - TO* 3COM! tl te 40 points — Eye »Hint. FAMILY blSCUSSION QUESTION In what ways might nations cooperate to ensure adequate supplies of oil at fair price»? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART t - NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. was sworn In as the Former diplomat * . ? , new Governor-General. a-Eric Kierans b-Jean-Luc Pepin t.—Jules Leger 2    Former Governor-General Roland Mlchener once served aB Speaker of the House of Commons, True or False? 3    The leaders of Libya and . . ? . . announced recently that they bave decided to merge their two nations Into a single republic. a-Algeria b-Tunisia c-Morocco 4    U.S. Secretary of State Kissinger visited the Mideast to try to get Egypt and Israel to agree to disengage their troops along the . . ?. . Canal. 5    Maurice Nadon is the new . * ?. . a-RCMP Commissioner b- Postmaster-General »-National Hockey League President PART II — WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. a-dilemma b-four children of a single birth c-fear or misgiving d-six children of a single birth e-a unit of energy 1.....sextuplets 2...    ..quadruplets 3.....quandary 4.....qualm 5.....quantum PART III - NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1 ***** J. J.Greene ft-CanrttKxllft'a President 2.....Muammar Qaddafi b- Senator from Ontario 3.....William Pogue 4.....Lon Nol 5.... John Turner 121-74 c-Finance Minister d*Skylab 3 astronaut e- Libya's ruler • VEC. Inc STUDENTS Save Thi* Practice Examination! Valuable Reference Material for Exams. ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE ;