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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta July mi i Pattern Mk. 4777 jjtm SIZES WfTstj 8-18 Travel everywhere In a swinging shape with low-vaist bands above pleals lha lip out breezily as you walk or urn. Send now! Printed Pattern 4777: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 IB. Size 12 (bust 34) takes yards 35-inch. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (75 cents) in corns (no 7357 Double your Impact with this light, quick crochet set! Strike a match whip up pineapple headband and lacy 'shrink" to top off everything. Crochet in cool pastels or sun-struck Pattern 7357: sizes 8-18 included. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRlDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario 61 TEACHERS BUSINESS (Jf DEATHS IIOLTOM Vincent John, lassed away in Ihe city on 'hureday, July 6, 1972, beloved afant son of Charles and Shc-agh Holtom of 334 12th St. C Funeral arrangements will e announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. i v Vs t J f i 9 W) i loA t if lOWl fMPl fJ Wl A 1 or fuel, bus maintenance, stcrage or ny part iricrcol (or 1972-73. Lowest d will not leccssarlly be accepted. ds will be received liy the Sccre-ary-TrcDsurer, Darons Consolidated choo Dlslrlcl No. a, Barons Alberla, ol later than July 2B, TEACHING POSITIONS MODEL DIESEL TRACTORS or steady hauling. E. A Brooks Transport Ltd., Fort Mac-cod. 234-3565. IN THE COUNTY Of ATHABASCA NO. 12 1 Molhemallcs (senior hlgli) end some language urls (junior Boylo school, IB leachcrs 2. Lannuage arts and Eomc Fine arts (lunlor RocliMler school, seven leathers 3 Special Eoucollon (Iniermedlalc Learning Disabillly Class) Training In spscls' cducallon Is essential. Teaching experience neurological and perceplual handicapped preferred. Apply lo: F. P. Begoray Sueprintendent of Schools Box 540 Athabasca, Alberla UNIT MOTEL, TWO BED-oom house. On main highway. Low own payment. Box C3S2, Slatlon F ;algary. INN CAFE FOR SALE ;bod revenue. Selling due lo health easons. Write Box 142, LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE uhllc notice s hereby given that the nderslgned nlcnds to apply to Ths Iberia Liquor Conlrol Board for a II-enco to sell beer, wine and liquor by IB gloss for consumption only on the censed portion ct Ihe premises In ac-ordance wllh Ihe provisions ol Thu Iqucr Licensing Act and Ihe Regula-ons made ihereundcr wilh respecl to il following described premises: MYRTLE HOTEL LIMITED MYRTLE HOTEL BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA ot 36 to JO Block 11 Plan No. 5EDO S b eclinns to Ihis application shall be made forthwith to The Alberta Liquor onlrol Board, Edmonton. aled at Bow Island, Alberta, this 3rd day of June, 1977. MRYTLE HOTEL LIMITED GEORGE HENRY R1DGEDALE. Secretary BUCKWELL Funeral ser-ice for Jeannette (Ivy) Buck-veil, born August 17, 1887; died une 30, 1972; was held in :hrist Church Fort lacleod, Monday. July 3, 1972, t p.m. with Rev. R. Hunt, fficiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Pallbenrers were im Coutts, Chester Davis, Wil-jam Day, Andy Mackay, Pete 'edersen and Charles Reach. i1 u n e r a 1 arrangements by Sden's Funeral Home Ltd., rort MOVOLD Funeral service or Mrs. Anna Jordis Movold, lelovcd wife of Ihe late Mr. xio Movold who died in the ity Friday, June 30, 1972, al the age of (S3 years, was held I 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Earner Memorial Evangelical Church with Rev. Donald Sipe fficiating. Pallbearers were Oscar Mueller, Leonard and Art Jacobson, Bill .Baron, Fred felson, and Andrew Fletcher, lonorary pallbearers were Art Lund, Bill McKnight, Bill Jachaelis, John Pulii, Louis Lagler and Brelt Hunt. Interment was in the family plot in he Warner CemeLery. RENT Beauty Salon 535 SI. N. In-ludes four chairs and four diyers. 175 per monlh Includes all equipment ulllllies. Phone 32fl-iM4. SALE CONFECTIONERY business, complete with all llxlures and equipment. Lease a premises al reasonable rental. Phone 327.DB44 or 323-6244 Local ed on 13lh Street North n Lelhbridge, Alberla. ESTABLISHED n.C. MANU-aclurer of mobile homes Qnd CMHC approved double-wide sectional homes w G years, was held at 3 p.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating. Pallbearers were I. M. Scott, D. Sprinks, V. B. Ten-nant, H. E. Elliott, J. G. Poir-er and A. V. McLeod. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, vas in charge of the time sulllcient to manage high commissioned sales group In your area. High relurn on low Inventory Investment. Wrlle Pel Chem, 200, 534 Bth Ave S.W., Calgary, Alberla T2P 1E8 for additional Information. ALBERTA DEPT. LOST IN KANANASKA5, FIVE WILES In Irom Creel Survey trailer. TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received iv the undersioned up ID llo'clcck A.M Standard Time on Wednesday, July 19, 1972 (or Ihe following work: CONSTRUCTION OF A PRECAST CONCRETE BRIDGE OVER 5HUNDA CREEK ON HIGHWAY 11-B WEST OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE. Conlracls and specifications may In oblalned at the Office of Ihe Chief Br dge Engineer, Highways LOST BROWN CROCODILE LEA-Iher WBllel In vlclnily ol liquor slore parking lot Interested primarily n Setting b.ck small key that In chanoe purse. Please mail, anonymously If desired, to K. Pohie, care of The Lelhbridge Herald, MONEY AND BUILD YOUR OWN BUSINESS IN YOUR SPARE TIME A unique opporlunlty occurs lo secure your future financial Independence by [Dining us. Our company requires re 1 able people who by devollng four lo seven hours each week can have Ihel own business. Successful applicant be given exclusive areas. As n personal selling is Involved this busl ness can be run parallel with you normal work. Earnings will be In relallon fo size of area cbnlrol. Capital inveslment mini mal, however, good credit reference necessnry lor qualification. Per add! lional lion writs includln phone number to Box 15, Herald. 66 Office cf Ihe Disfricl Engineer, Adrrinlslraticn Building, Lelh-br dge, and Ollice ol Ihe Dislnct Engineer, Highways Building, CalgarY md will be available only lo individuals domiciled and operating in Ihe 'rovince of Alberla, CT to parlner-sh ps or corporations reglslered and operating and who have established a fixed place of business in Ihe Province of Alberla. A deposit of twenty-fve dollars S2i.uo) will be required for each copy ol contract end Speci-flcallons laken. Each bid must be accompanied by e marked theque or bond equal to 10 per cent of tender. Tenders te opened in public. The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted. V E. McCune T3EPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND Funeral service for William (Roy) Cald-well, who died in the city Sunday, June 25, 1972, after a brief illness at the age of 79 was held at p.m. Wednesday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliotl officialing. Honorary pallbearers were Fred Donnett, George Rowland, Jack Luker, George Tuff, Art Hale and J. McCoy. Active pallbearers were KU KLUX KLAH Information about our crganliatlon P.O. Box Calgary T2P EMERY'S BOOKING SERVICE Dance groups for all occasions. Weil-dings, clubs, elc. Phone of marijuana supported EDMONTON (CP) The Pharmacological Society o[ Canada today announced its support of the Le Dain Commission's recommendation that marijuana be legalized. A statement released by Dr. E. E. Daniel, a University o Alberla pharmacologist and chairman of the national ED-ciety's social policies committee, said the socisty agrees that marijuana should legally be separated from opiate narcotics. The society represents more than 200 university pharmacologists who instruct medica and dental students in the use of drugs. "The available evidence does not convince us Ihat the occasional use of marijuana or hashish constitute a significan health Dr. Daniel said. Although the society recognized that the government hai to consider both the social ant medical implications of legislation leg.alizing the use of Ihese drugs, it should "implement a least tha recommendation of the majority of the commission." Four of the five Le Dal Commission members, includ ing chairman Dean Gerald Le Dain, agreed Ihat private us and possession of marijuana o hashish should be legalized. The Canadian Medical Association has declared the twt Slubfs Pharmacy and all drug stores. S, MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11.00 o'clock AM. on Friday, July 14, 1972 for the conslruclion of Ihe following Mortgages Available to Or More Reduce payments by more lhan 5 per cent and repay according lo you quali'ied budget. No special qualifications. If you hav equity In your homef call a MIDTOW man today. For confldtntial appointment In 1h privacy of your PHONE N. J. G1ESBRECHT 327-2131 Evenings and Weekends 328-0005 MORTGAGE AND LOANS LTD. 12flS 3rd AVE. S. C2J Ivan Bulva, beloved hus band of Mrs. Barbara Bulva of Iron Springs who died a home Thursday, June 29, 1972 at the age of 40 years, was said at 2 p.m. Saturday in St Catherine's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. D. J. V.orn brock Ihe celebranl. Honorar pallbearers were Anno a n c Bernard Neiboer, Joe Slovak Joe Bildersheim, Joe Takahaslu and Gearge Kecan. Active pall bearers were Bfag and Walte F. Boras, Joe Perlich, Reg Ro-maniuk, John Hormoth and Howard Haney. Interment wa in the Mount Calvary section o Mountain View Cemelery. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu neral Service, was in charge o the 67 SERVICES AND and Loading lo Trucks, cub c yards, and Speclficalion! may be oblalned al Ihe Ollice of the Chief Maintenance Engineer, DRYWALL1NG, TAPING. SPRAYING repair work. Phone ICIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SERVICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETHBRlDGE 3288942. Edmonton, Alberla, the Office cf the Dislrlcl Engineer, 1707 till Slreet, KM.. Calgary. Alberla and Ihe Office of Ihe District Engineer Administration Building, Lelhbridge Alberla and will te available only to individuals domiciled, registered and operaling in the Province ol Alberta or lo partnerships or corporations reg Istered and operating In and who have eslablished a fixed place of business In Ihe Province erf Alberla. A deposl of Twenty Five Dollars CS2S.OO) wil be required lor each copy of Contrac and Specifications laken. Ench bli must be accompanied by a markec cheoue or bond equal to 10 per cen of Ihe Tender. Tenders will be ooened In public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V E. McCune DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND Spring Summer Calalog All sizes! Send 50c INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, fit, sew modern way. NSTANT FASHION BOOK what-to-wear answers. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL -Rubber stamps, corporate seals, elc. Same-day service 123j 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. for their services. T the doctors of Campbell Clini and the nurses of St. Michael Hospital, First Floor East Wing acting and honorary pallbearers the Ladies Auxiliary to th Royal Canadian Legion and soloist Bill Kergan. No words ca express our appreciation. T Reverend Crisfield for Ihe beau tiful service and Dale- and De rick Martin for their help sn< understanding, we thank you all. Nettleton and family CHAIN SAWS MOTOR MOWER PARTS AND SERVICE PHONE guns for police EDMONTON (CP) Mor powerful revolvers will be giv en Edmonton City Police, th police association has an nour.ced. The controversial .38-calibr Webley revolver will be replaced by Colt .38 Specials with five-inch barrels in a chang expected to be completed b Ihe end of 1973. A lolal of will be spen lo outfit completely the urn formed police with the TEENS Are you living wilh a problem arlnker In your homo? There Is understanding and help for you. Phone Jean Marilyn 326-8972, Jane MAYTAS SALES AND SERVICE. vices on all makes of washers ana dryers, automatic or convenlional. Also ell small appliances, lawn mowers. Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob too large or loo small. LETHBRlDGE APPLIANCE, 90S 3rd Ave. S -FMio Funeral ser vice for Mrs. Patricia Jun (Duffy) Neltleton, beloved wit of Mr. Harry Nettleton of 31 15th St. N. who died B ppnviwrF 69 SUMMER AND CASEY'S DRYWALL Phone 327-7065- or 32B-34B7- 4604-37 HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be rKtlvri by the undersigned up to llo clock AV on Friday, July 21, 1912, lor 1h. construction of Ihe following work: (1) Hiohwsy 13. Inlerseclional Treat ment, Jcl. Hwy. 13 5.R. 924 ICamrose Mile 2S37 lo Mile 2i.97; Grading Asnhallic Concrete Base Pavemen and Olher work. Proect S.R. 924, Camrose (Railway Crossing) lo E. ot Camrose Mile 032 to Mile J.02; Grading and OIhe Work; Mile 0.32 10 Mile 13.07; Asphnl tic-Concrele Base-Pavement. Aoproxlmale Quantities: Cub! Yards Excavallon; Tons ol Gra vc 9B9.000 Ton Miles Haul. Conract and 'Specifications may be obtained al Ihe office of the Chief Con-slfucllon Engineer, Highways the city Wednesday, Jun 28, 1972, at the age of 52 years was held at 3 p.m. Friday i Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel 703 13th St. N., with Rev. R. L Crisfield officiating. Pallbear ers were Colin Campbell, Jim MacLean, Shane Poiter, John Seleski, George Spence anc Slim Wolstencroft. MEMORIAMS NAGEL In loving memory of my dear little grandson Randy Mark Nagel, who passei away July 6, 1965. Always lovingly remember ed 'til we meet again Your granny Annie Nett. FOR RENT WATFRTON PARK, large tour bedroom collage. Wrile Box 21, Waterton Park, cr phone PAINTING AND DECORAT ing. 1103 7 Ave. 5. Phone afer p.m. TILE AND CEMENT WOR Double J- Conilrudlon, 32U-3B70 70 LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES FOR YOUR INSTANT LAWN Call Chief Mountain Sod Service at AND DECORATING Town end Country Free eslimale Work guaranteed Reasonable MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, Irimming and Idling Call 32B-2IB1. WINDOWS AND were George Craw ford, Del Draper, Dick Styne and Charles Wakelen. Inter ment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd Directors of Funeral Service was in charge of the About Tho NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS PHONE JONES ROOFING, 3! S745. firms interested In loving mem ory of a dear son, fmtho-, an< brother, Guerino Bertie, wh passed away July 6, 1969. A thought, a prayer, a LACOMBE NURSERIES COAL-flale phone 345-4433. Closed Sunday. Available now Evergreen trees and shrubs. All plants guaranteed Free delivery lo Lelhbridge. C1352. CONCRETE DRIVEWAY OR PATIOS. PROMPT SERVICE GUARANTEED WORK MAN SHI PHONE 376-7905. den csre. Hedge trimming. Free estimates. Saliblaclion auaranleed. Call Chris anytime, BUILDING. C E M E H work and sluccoing. Anderson an Sorpnson Construction, 7lh AVI S. Phone District Ennlneer, 1707 Sixth Stree N.W. CALGARY, Alberla, and tha or p-e cf the District Enalncer, Admlnls Irs! nn Building, Lclhbridqe, Alter Then a silent wish that you were PRESCRIPTION Col} ".''M i.-i.i. I-II k [Tfimi'itr 1911 Lower Floor 517 4lh Avt. S. Phont 327-1541 RENT ROTOT1LLERS, AFRATORS, seeders, power rakes, lewn rollers, chain saws, hedge trimmers, pa nl sprayers, ladders, Icnls. elc. at Wards Rentals. Phone 32S.B77J. 1712 2nd Ave. S. Open 7 n.m.-7 p.m., except Sundays and holidays. PAINTING AND DECO riling Wnll paper, vinyl and sora ng. Ffee estimates. Phone 32E-215J registered and operaling In th Province of Alberta, cr lo parlner sh ps or corporations reqlslercd an operating in and who have eslablished B fixed place or business In Hw Prov incc ol Alhcrla. A deposit of Iweniy F ve Dollars payable to Ih Provincial Treasurer, will be rcqulrcc lor each copy of Ihe Contract an Specificallons Erch hid mus be accompanied by B marked chequ or bcnrl oq nl to 10 per conl rf Tent-'er Tfndcrs wi 1 bo opened In public. Th lowest rr any Tender nor noccssari accepled. V. E McCune, Deputv Mlnisler of Highways and (CP) Several German firms are considering investments in AJberta's petroleum and manufacturing industries, Fred Peacock, min-isler of industry and commerce, said today. The minister, who returned during the weekend from a two-week European tour, said details could not be released but specific projects were discussed. "We had some very Interesting lalks both from the standpoint of joint venturing and investing capital in Alberta. "I also talked to several firms that are interested in doing some manufacturing here. Some developments are definitely in the works." He met German bankers and industrialists in Frankfurt and Dusscldorf and talked lo British businessmen. Most of tho meetings in London were lo follow up earlier visits lo Alberta by British manufacturers of pclrolcum price is Ever loved and remembered by his mother Marie Berti and family. A NEW HOME? CHECK THESE AT: 1204 -LAKEMOUNT BLVD. 1216 LAKEMOUNT BLVD. J) 3420 SYLVAN ROAD PRICE DOWN PAYMENT MONTHLY PAYMENTS APPROX. P.I.T. MORTGAGE it 3 BEDROOMS if SO. FT. CARPETS _ L.R. and B.R.I it FEATURE WALL TILED BATH if 60' IOTS SUITABLE FOR FRONT DRIVEWAY LOTS OF CLOSET SPACI FOR SALE BY OWNER FOR APPOINTMENT PLEASE PHONE 327-1581 STEINER CEMENT WOR Old basemeMs dug, water proofing, i iured, free males. Phone 337-G39 71 POULTRY AND Nickel Co. of Canada Ltd announced today an immediat decrease in the price of domes tic copper, in line with change by other major North America producers. The new prices is 50.5 cents U.S. a pound, restoring it to th level that existed before Feb. 2 when it was increased lo 52. a dear son and brothe Randsl Mark, who passed awa July G, 1965. Nothing can ever take awa The love a heart holds dear Fond memories linger every day, Remembrance keeps him near remembered b mom, dad and brother Roc ney. REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDIN garage, kilchpns, cabinels, bal rooms, ceramic tile. Town or cou try. Phone 32B-2071. FRESH FRYERS. PAH READY ON dncn lots. 42 ccnls Ib. Free delivery. Also custom killing. H. Dyck, Cosldale. Phone 345-317-1. REPAIRS 72 PETS AND specializing In chimneys, brie cement blocks, cement finishing, slu coing, fireplaces, house raising. 32 CROSSBRED PUPPIES FOR SAI E -Slo each. Phone 377-9474 SIDEWALKS, PATIO driveways, garages, cupboards, fram Ing, finishing and form work. Free yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Charles N. ens, 61, former cliict accountan o[ the Montreal Star, who ONE SAMOYED HUSKY 327-3435 J224 Mayor Magralh Drive. REGISTERED WEIMARANERS, nlno weeks; field sleek. Dob too small. Phone 316-0967 or 3-1 PUPPIES FOR SALE PEKINESE Terrier mixed. 510. Phone 32B-7JM. AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaction equip ment. Concrete equipment. C o r r a cleaning. Phono 1410 !nd Ave. S. CLEARANCE DRAPERY SETS FOR Campen ond Q.95 From 1 REAUTIFUL SIAMESE Phone 378-7428. BATHROOMS, KIT chcns, recrcalion rooms. INSTALLATION of storm windows slorm doors, door locks, flbrcnjas awnlngi. FREE ESTIMATES ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. Cor. 7nd Ave. 13lh SI. S. Lcthbrldgo Phono Raul Lconi, G7 former president o[ Venezuela of a liver THREE KITTENS AND MOTHER CAT to bo olven away, together or sep lirftte. Plionft .127-0494. ASSORTED CUSHIONS for Campen and Traile TV CUSHIONS MATTRESSES A FOR SALE FOUR MONTH ADDITION LONDON (CP) London Transport plnyccl into the hands of one witty graffiti artist will recruillnR nd assuring would be underground lickcl clerks Ihat Ihe job entails meeting in LcresUng pcop'0- "d showc< Henry VIII nskinfi at Ihe licke office for "Tower Hill return' subway station adjacent l< the Tower of London. Tho artis hnd scrawled undcmenLh this "And a single for tho A-95 From TWO KITTENS To RE GIVEN Bway. Phono 328-6537, nMcr 6 INDUSTRIES LTD. 443A 10th Street North, 328-7765 Phone 327-8331 Thurtday and Friday 12 Noon la 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. la S TWO L-IOHT-WETK-OLD FEMAI C Apricot registered Poodles. 175 cnc I 327-9021. QUALITY DENTURE 1 1 CLINIC 1 B EDDY DIETRICH I I Certified (Wai Mechanic R I Capital Furniture N PHONE KITTENS TO BE GIVEN AWAY, house brokr, wanl good hnmcs. Phonr-ST. 1441. or 327-7764. X3I79-B V.'ANTED _ MALE SIAMESE. PRCF-r: nbly Scalpolnl, for slud scrv ccs. of good moral charneler. Ex-'perlencn fln nsxel bul not necessary. PMll oiler 5 p.m. PLEASE READ YOUR AD Advertisers should rent) Ihclr Advertisements and REPORT ERRORS In tlma for next Insertion. The Herald Is only raiponslbli lor ttm flnl ncorrecl ;