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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 44 THt LETHBRIOCE HERALD Timdc-y, July 7, 1970 61 TEACHERS WANTED INSTRUCTOR REQUIRED for ADULT UPGRADING Masters Degree preferred with several years teaching experience. Must be capable of giving Tutorial Instruction In Math, Chemistry and Physics to tha Grade XII level. (Other subjects an Interviews at Medicine Hat College, Monday, July 13th. Phone for appointment 527-2277. Bring transcripts and other documents. Medicine Hat college 101 ith SI. S.w. Medicine Hat, Alberta C898M 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES MIDWEST ACADEMY NOW IN CALGARY OFFERING EXCLUSIVELY KEY PUNCH OPERATOR TRAINING You may be qualified to become a key punch operator through our total immersion practical training o n modern up to date equipment ir new school. For aptitude tests counselling phone: 265-9690 274-3467 3CO 534 Slh Ave. S.W. Calgary, Alberta i 75 CONTRACTS CEMENT DRIVES AND WALKS. RE modelling, and rumpus rooms. Phone 3-I5--I68J. 3207-tf CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd lobs. Phone WEEPING TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, alterations, Phor.e J. anc J. Custom Works, 345-4630, 328-3870. 3318-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMEN work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone BRICK AND BLOCK WORK DONE. Free estimates. Phone collect 756-3396, Stirling, Alia. 3964-9 WILL DO DRIVEWAYS, CEMENT work, odd lobs. Phone 327-2438 or 327- 7398. 2971-tt GENERAL CONTRACTING BASE, ment forming, framing, concrete work, remodelling and finishing. Phone 323- 5951, 328-6537. 3168-15Jy MUSIC TEACHERS PRIVATE TUITION ON Fred Kane. Phone G27-8B97. 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST BOY'S WATCH, NEAR EX hibition Grounds. Phone 328-6470. 4109 LOST YOUNG FEMALE SIAMES Sealpolnt, light in color. Answers Toby. Vicinity 11 Ave. A and 23 N. Phone 327-2411. Reward. 4110 THREE LOST CATTLE. ONE WHITE faced bull, one white-faced heife eat reddish-brown steer. Lost arou Diamond City. Phone 327-96J5 or 32 .4849. 4121-1 66 PERSONAL NEED HELP? CONCERNING HEALT WELFARE AND RELATED AREAS- CONTACT A.I.D. CENTRE. Phone 32 7323 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. C5527-7J FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINK ERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT A ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE IN OUIR1ES CARE OF P.O. BOX 841 LETH3RIDGE, ALBERTA. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-80-15 or 32B-3246, afler p.m. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporals seals, dat etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2n S. Phone '356-5114 C6924-1 SINGER TRAINED SERVICE WAN will oil, delint and adjust tension. An machine regardless of make or mode 51.45. Call 328-8454, CB309-I MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. SER vices on all makes of washers an dryers, automatic -or conventional. Al so all small appliances, lawn mowers Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No lob. 1oo larqe or too small. LETHBR1DGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-4456. r.7353-tf 70 GARDENING HALF TON WILL TRAVEL. Obs. Phone 327-2438 or 327-739B. NEW LAWNS PUT IN. ROTOTILL- 'ing. Garden taken care of. Odd jobs Phone 327-6143. 3743-1 TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phons 327-2438 or 327-7398. 2968-tf EXPERT TREE TRIMMING, LAWN raking, garbagt hauling, etc. Phon 328-4173. 877-tf TREE TRIMMING, 'ROTOTILL1NG with large yellow i rofoliller, plowini and landscaping. Phone 327-8237. FOR NEW LAWNS CONTACT REEDYK LANDSCAPING. FREE ES- TIMATES. PHONE 328-1309. Cfl646-tf FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2094. 5739-tf GARDEN ROTOTILLING Maw lawns put in. Prompt service, reasonable rates. 327-2W1. 9393-tf STEVE'S GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed top soil, manure. Complete landscaping service. Phone 327-5856 or 1732-tf TREE SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY LTD. PHONE 328-1493 OR 327-7263. C8250-tf PARSONS HARDWARE Phone 327-7066 GARDEN TOOL RENTALS ROTOTILLERS, POWER RAK CHAIN SAW, ETC., ETC. 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FIVE HUNDRED LAY ING PU- llets, seven eight weeks old. Phone 327-9123. 3962-9 STARTED TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Phone 234-4035 or 234-3766, Fort Mac- 9502-tf HEAVY ROASTERS, DRESSED per Ib.; friers, freshly killed 3Bc per Ib. Free delivery. Custom killing. Phons Coaldale 345-33W. C86fi2-tf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUREBRED MEXICAN CHIHUAHUA for Two years old. Phone 327-3836. 4145-13 PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS. FULL grown, males and females; also pups. 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Call after 5 p. 328-3423. 3295-1 7Jy 72A FUR. BEARING ANIMALS 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ONE OF THE BEST BARBER SHOPS. S700-S300 per month. Younger man pre- erred, no older Ihan 45 years. For more information write Box 93, Herald. J128-13 FOR OR TRADE HARD- ware store in southern AEberla town newly renovated and has nice modern living quarters at rear of store. Would accept land or revenue properly in cr near Lethbridge as part payment. For mlormatlon pleasa write R. M. Wil- liams, 1130 St. S; Lethbridgc. 3357-7 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Malt Phone Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranchti. Cify or Town. Lowest Interest rates available. Firs) and second mortgages. C89S3-I1 75 CONTRACTS WE HAVE BACKHOE AND Basements, driveways, trees dug, vel and top soil hauled. Phone 327 before 5 p.m.; 327-3347 afler 5 p.m. dug, nra e 327-1413 BORGE RAVEN 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re- FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. C366MI ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTI- MATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of JOSEPH STEPHEN BEZLER, late of the Cily of Leth- bridge, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 31st day of May A.D. 1969. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the under- mentioned Solicitors, by the 1 5th day of August, A.D. 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. HUCKVALE WILDE AND KRUSHEL Barristers and Solicitors, Acadia Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for 'the Administrator, The Public Trustee tor the Province of Alberta. JLjectths, Of ncrete or Clay Tile lin. H) each (5) Excavation for Roads and Dit- cu. yd. (6) Subgrade sq, Road cu. yd. (8) Installing Road lin. Plans, specifications, Instru c 11 o n s nd forms for bidding may be ob- ained from the undersigned at his of- ce in Regina, Saskatchewan, upon Ihe eposit of twenty-five dollars (sis.oo) )sh or a certified cheque for the nount, payable to the Receiver Gen- a! of Canada, v.'hich deposit will be deemable upon the return of the ans and specifications in good order ilhin one month after tenders have ised. Tenders will not be considered less made on the forms supplied, nd in accordance Instructions pplied with the specifications. Ten- ers must be accompanied by seeur- in the amount and form the Instructions Tu.: or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. By Order, J. G. WATSON Director, PFRA 401 Motherwcll Builriing Regina, Saskatchewan BOTH Passed away a Bow Island on Sunday, July 1970, Stephen Andrew at til age of 73 years. Prayers wi }e said in St. Michael's Roma: Catholic Church in Bow Islam on Tuesday (tonight) at p.m. Funeral services will b :onducted from St. Michael Roman Catlralic Church, Boi Island on Wednesday, July 8 a 10 a.m. with Bev. Father John Petravieius, celebrant. Inter ment will follow in Bow Islam Cemetery. In lieu of flower donations to the Canadian Can cer Society in care of Oddie Central Drug, Taber, appreciat ed. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, in charge of ar rangements. C900f BIKMAN Passed away in the city on Monday, July 6 1970, following a brief illness Samuel, aged 88 years of 53- 6th St. S., beloved husband o the late Mrs. Leah Bikman Coming to Lethbridge in 1910 the late Mr. Bikman was foi many years engaged in the hide and fur business, and later assisted his sons in the organi zation of Hie Speedy Transpor Company -in which he was ac live until his retirement in 1960. Predeceased by his wife two sisters and one brother survivors include two sons Abraham and Bill, both of Leth bridge; -three daughters, Mrs A. (-Rose) Berlant of Billings Montana, Mrs. Molly McLean and Mrs. J. (Freda) Walton both of Lethbridge; eight grand children; two great-grandchil- dren; two r-ithers, Louie of Lethbridge and Max of Billings. Mont. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 2M in Martha Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rabbi A Kremer officiating. Interment will follow in the Jewish Ceme- tery. Those who wish may pay their respects at Martin Bros Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. Please note: Courtesy parking at rear of chapel. C9010 McKEAN Harold, passed away in the city on Sunday July 5, 1970, at the age of 81 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Flo McKean of 429 23rd St. S. Mr. McKean was born in Man- chester, England and came to Canada in 1905 to live with an aunt in Ontario. He was a member of the armed forces in the First World War and was a member of the Canadian Legion at Raymond. He came west with a harvest group into Manitoba and made his home there. He came to Raymond, Alberta, and was the manager of the Citizen Lumber Yard there from 1933 and when they sold their yard in Raymond they moved back to Melville, Sask. In 1945 he moved back to Raymond as manager of the Raymond Mercantile Lumber Lard. While in Raymond he was one of the persons that started the curling club there. In 1951 he won the curling ag- gregate in the Shirt Sleeve Bon- spiel in Lethbridge. He was an avid golfer and loved sports ml all kinds. He was also a past master of the Masonic Lodge in Manitoba. Upon his retirement in 1955 he moved to Lethbridge and was residing there at the time of his passing. Survivors, besides his loving wife, Flo, are, three sons, William and Robert of Lethbridge and Rich- ard of Bermuda and 10 grand- children. He was predeceased by his only brother in 1967. Funeral services will be held in the Chrislensen Chapel on Wednesday. July 8. at 2 p.m., with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Field of Honor in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service. C9012 DEATHS NATHE Edward H., pass ed away in the city on Sunday July a, 1970, at the age of 78 years, beloved husband of Mrs Blanche Nathe of 52S 27 St. S Mr. Nathe was born hi Colton Washington, U.S.A. and came to Canada in 1900 with his par- ents who homesteaded south o Fort Maclecd. Mr. Nathe con- tinued to farm and was active in the Fort Macleod community, especially in school affairs. He Mitred in 1945 and moved to Lethbridge a few years later where he was residing at the time of his passing. Besides his loving wife Blanche, he is sur- vived by two sons; Herman of Vancouver B.C., and Norman of Fort Macleod; two daughters, Mrs Ken (Yvonne) McConnell of Kelowna B.C., and Mrs. Mi- chael (Jean) Krautner of For- estville, California; fourteen grandchildren, and one great granddaughter. Requiem mass will be celebrated in St. Pat- rick's Church on July 8 at 10 a.m., in the Christensen Chapel with Father M. H. Gillis as celebrant. Interment will fol- low in Archmount Memorial Gardens. No flowers by request. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service C9011 FUNERAL BLENNEK-HASSETT Fu- neral service for John Douglas 'Jack) Blenncr-Hassett, be- oved husband of Mrs. Thelma Blenner-Hassett of 422 26th St. S. who died suddenly at his residence Friday, July 3, 1970, at the age of 63 years, was leld at p.m. Tuesday in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. K. W. K. illiott officiating. Active pall- )earers were Jack B. Dick, George Draff hi, A. W. W. Find- ay, Harry T. Smith, D. G. W. Sutherland, and Douglas Wyatt. Honorary pallbearers vere Erl Carr, G. H. (Steve) loulton, Dave Hunt, Henry Sol- >erg, Joe Balla and Alex Snowden. Interment was in the fountain View Cemetery. Mar- in Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of he arrangements. Business HOUSING PROJECT Without turning a shovel, Nu- West Homes Ltd. has sold 59 units in its Dover Meadow sub- division in Calgary. The first project in Western Canada ap- proved under the federal gov- irnment's program o stimulate new techniques in ow-cost housing. The units can be purchased or as little as for a wo-bedroom and for a hree-bedroom unit. Down pay- ments are for the two- >edroom and for the three- jedroom and monthly pay- ments, including principle, ih- erest and taxes, start at depending on the choice of unit and the buyer's income. Available to families earning jetween and a 'ear, interest rates are as low as 5ii per cent through a spe- cial allotment of mortgage unds from the federal and pro- incial governments. URCHASE INTEREST A 49 per cent interest in oranda Mines Ltd. potash )lant has been purchased by Central Farmers Fertilizer Co. of Chicago, it was announced at iscount, Sask. Control of the new firm, to e called Central Canada Po- ash Co. Ltd., will remain with oranda which has its head ffice in Toronto. UPERIAL PROGRAM Imperial Oil Ltd. will invest ore than this year o expand and upgrade its marketing and manufacturing acilities in the Northwest Ter- itories, R. E. Landry, Prairie egion marketing manager, aid at Edmonton. FOOT PLANT Premier Products Ltd. has nnounced plans for construe- on of a processing and con- enience food plant at Hum- ildt, 70 miles east of Saska- on. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Kingston, Out. Kenneth Grant Crawford, 66, former On- tario deputy minister of munici- pal affairs. Miami, Kla. Wilson Hicks, 73, a photojournalism pioneer who became Life magazine's I ada Lid., a Vancouver coinpu- oxeculve editor; of a heart ail- tcr company, have declared the EW PRESIDENT Peter J. Ivey. chairman and lief executive officer of Emco Id., London, Ont.. has been ected president of the Cana- an Institute of Plumbing and leating, it was announced at asper. BANKRUPT Directors of Computimc Ciin- j public. ment. i firm bankrupt. CARD OF MEMORIAM s- CANDY We wish to In loving our sincere thanks to (he of a dear husband, 8 nurses and staff of St. and grandfather, Roberl 5. Hospital, and to the doctors who passed away j. the Haig Clinic for t h e 7, 1968. i, they gave to Mr. Candy during e the time he was many things have happen- We also wish to express since you were called >f gratitude and thanks to who sent flowers and cards many things to share with e for the many acts of had you been left to shown to us all during e recent broke our hearts to lose o Rose Candy and r you did not go alone. part of us went with you, when God did all you IN f MATTHEWS In wished none a last fare- n memory of a dear son or even said good- brother, Bob, who passed 1 July 7, were gone before we "There is a link death it, and only God why. n Love and remembrance remembered by his Helen, son Bob, 5 remembered Shirley, son-in-law mother, dad, Elsie, and grandsons Glen Stan, Roy and Keith. 1 3869 j'U.S. In Bad By JOHN stock of Chrysler Corp. was AP Business a good part of one day NEW YORK (AP) At an influx of sell orders. year1 the economy of the issued a statement States is suffering from it was liquid, that it had toms of fatigue and readily convertible to ence, and while dutiful But the need to issue such ances from. Washington statement was considered tranquillize fears they smother Aircraft has had to Unemployment is g r o w 1 n to the federal govern- more than was expected, for payment on some con- are sluggish, production is in which its money is tied and prices are rising And two other aerospace The administration, McDonneld Douglas maintains that its game plan North American Rockwell, about as plotted and an had to suspend supplemen- is coming unemployment benefits to It isn't only statistics that workers. turb the disbelievers and Wall Street, the financial gest to them that the of many brokerage of the economy may be is dismal, lending ur- than temporary. Some to plans for a federally- signs have insurance program to The Penn Central investors from the insol- bankruptcy of their brake's. seems to be the greatest the United them: Unable to meet its is still running a defic: :he big railroad was forced its payments to other nations. file for reorganization under problem could mean more Federal Bankruptcy on the dollar later1 in Other companies, some year. them associated with don't tell the full glamor-growth syndrome of either of the decay in the late 1960s, have met plant of the United fates. And more the local road and sewer laden with debts, are trying postponed for lack of funds work without sufficient because of high interest ate the rotten housing that Investor's are so being replaced because the i that companies may be markets have been liquidity crises that trading of funds. Jackie, Pope And Beatle Listed As Public Bores i NEW YORK (Reuters) and Yoko Lennon were Time magazine as having "collabo- today Eeatle John Lennon, Jackie Onassis and Pope in making over the No. j among a list of Beatle from a witty and i 11 songwriter into a In an article dispensing preacher "Doing Their Tiresome the magazine peace and porn scribes a bore as "someone whose presence or persistance creates in others a personalities and institutions included in the list were Richard and Elizabeth sense of ennui, an urge to hide in the closet, a yearning to down another martini." Describing Mrs. Onassis as a "colossal bore" Time Playboy publisher Hugh Hefner, the Oscar S beauty co n t e s t s and Girl Scouts "selling stale cookies." tioned: "Jackie with Paul was described as up. Jackie with hemline who, "as some Italians Jackie and Ari at it 'kills one bird with Jackie shopping on the stones.' Greogriana, the Rue du said that Vice-Presi- bourg St. Honore. Spiro T. Agnew as far Avenue. What could be tiresome but warned he was a "protobore." Canadian-Based Firm Favored By SCC Chairman OTTAWA 0. M. Hughes has no Canadian landt, chairman of the Council of Canada, said Solandt said liis views are lhat to throw away because as defence re- competence in the satellite board chairman after in favor of American would Second World War he "complete a part in developing the He was commenting at capability. news conference on reports would be complete mad- the federal government to throw that away give the job of building a said. dian communications satellite such as those in satel- n Hughes Aircraft Co. of and computer fields will he o nia rather than RCA Victor hallmarks of future highly a Ltd. of nations, and Can- a The two companies are mil want to have some ac- bidders for the job of in the forefront of tech- a this country's first ti tions satellite into orbit for would be very upset if a sal Canada Corp., a were not fully and cffcc- w of government, industry and he said with refer- lit to satellite capability RCA is M.n per cent he said, he had heard m can-owned but the bid at the international ri made by Ihe Canadian-based i meetings. COMMUNIST'S BODY DANGLES A Cambodian soldier moves past the body of a Communist soldier hang- ing in the central market of Saang, 20 miles south of Phnom Penh, after the Cambodian army battled ifs way to full control of the town. Newsmen arriving in the town found the body of the Communist soldier strung up by the heels and with both hands blown off. Ombudsman Seeks Chance To Speak EDMONTON (CP) The Al-1 tions rhetorically put to the )erta ombudsman has asked to ;estify before the legislature at ts next session on matters now being studied by board of inquiry. a judicial Ombudsman George B. Mc- Clellan Monday released copies of a letter to A. J. Dixon, speaker of the legislature. He said in the letter he would like a chance to prove there was nothing "sinister" in his refusal to testify last week be- fore the inquiry into the expul- sion of R. J. Philipzyk, a sales- man, from the Edmonton Real Estate Board Co-operative List- ings Bureau Ltd. The inquiry was ordered by the government after a report to the cabinet by the ombuds- man. The decision not to testify was based on his conviction the ombudsman must remain inde- pendent of both the executive and judicial arms of govern- ment, responsible only to the legislature. "I need not stress the effect on public confidence which may follow if those questions (ques- ombudsman at the inquiry af- ter his refusal to testify) are left he said. Coaldale Man Held For Fraud SASKATOON (CP) Three Alberta men were charged with 25 counts of fraud Monday when they appeared in magistrate's court. Ray Case and Byron L. Downey, both of Calgary, and Gary Derksen of Coaldale were remanded to Aug. 19 for pre- liminary hearing. They were re- leased on bail each. The men, operators of the Ti- juana Dance Club, were ac- cused of offering prospective- clients worth of lessons but abandoned the business be- fore the contracts were com- pleted Old Farmer's Almanac Weather Expert Dies DUBLIN, N.H. (AP) Robb Sagendoiph Abe (Weather- wise) of the Old Fanner's Al- with such verse as: "snow and sleet, my s w e e t, don't roam, stay a forecast for next November. The publication is said to be the country's oldest, j continually published almanac. j Sagendorph once claimed his i predictions about the weather l had a 78 per cent accuracy, while the weather bureau, he said, was only 65 per cent. He said his predictions were based in part on studies of weather records going back the 16th century. HOBB SAGEN'DORPII 78 Per Cent Right manac died here at the age >f 69 after more than 25 years is the voice behind the famous ilmanac published since 1792. Sagendorph became ill about i year ago and ceased as ac- ive editor and publisher of the Imanac and Yankee Magazine, vhich he founded. He died in ospilal. The almanac is a folksy an- ual of wit, humor and apho- isms which have been entcr- aim'ng readers for generations Killed By Elephant KOZHIKODE, India (Reuters) A wild elephant trampled a 35-year-old mother of four to death and gored her husband at a village in Kerala state last night. The four children escaped unhxirt. SINGLE COSTUME MONTREAL (CP) A new booklet published by the Inter- national Ladies Garment Work- ers Union says no single cos- tume covers as many around- the-clock needs as the dress and matching coat combination. Why bother going home to change when one can start off in the morning ready for practi- cally any occasion, it says. De- signers comment that "it's fa- vored by everyone, under over 30." ;