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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jjirths, J h J-unerals, k ans, BIRTH CHRISITE Paddy and Danny are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Jacqueline Rhonda (Tibs. 7 born Tuesday, July 4, 1972 at St. Michael's Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mrs. Jean Christie and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sleightholm all of Leth- bridge. 5465 DEATH HORTON Passed away on Wednesday, July 12, 1972, Emmie, aged 84 years, of Fort Macleod. Born in England she married Alfred Hortcm in Lon- don in 1916. They came to Fort Macleod in 1926, where she has resided until her death. Pre- deceased by her husband in 1961 she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ruth Smith and five grandchildren in England. Funeral services will be held in Christ Church (Anglican) Friday at 4 p.m., Rev. R. Hunt officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Funeral arrange- ments by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C3083 PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER CALL Swled tenders will be received by undersigned until Wednesday, July 26, at p m. for the con- struction of: ST. MARY'S SCHOOL ADDITION TABER, ALBERTA General Contractors may obtain plans an dspeclficaticns from N H Fooks, Architect, 2650 South Parkside Drive, Lethbridge, Alberta. Plans may be obtained upon a deposit of S50 00. This sum will be refunded provided that n'l documents are returned in gocd condition not later than twelve days utter closing date of tender. Sub-contractors may view plans at the Construction Association Office In Lethbridge Mr Garth Smith, Secretary-Treasurer, Taber R.C.S S. Dist. No 54, Taber, Alberta. THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice Is hereby clven that the undersigned intends to apply to The Alberta Liquor Control Board for a li- cence to sell beer, wine and liquor by the glass for consumption only on the licensed portion of the premises in ac- cordance with the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act and the Regula- tions made thereunder with respect to the following described premiEes: MYRTLE HOTEL LIMITED MYRTLE HOTEL BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA Lot 36 to -fO Block 11 Plan No 5600 S Oblections to this application shall be made forthwith to The Alberta Liquor Control Board, Edmonton- Dated at Bow Island, Alberta, this 23rd day of June, 1972. MRYTLE HOTEL LIMITED GEORGE HENRY RIDGEDALE. Secretory Treasurer J85 THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned intends to apply to The Alberta Liquor Control Board for a licence to sell beer, wine and liquor by Ihe glass for consumption only on the licensed portion of the premises in accordance with the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act and the Regulations made thereunder with res- premtses: Name of Applicant EILEEN P. KAKUK ALBERTA HOTEL Address GRANUM, ALBERTA Lot 12, 23 and 24 Block 2 Plan No. 961 J Objections to this application shall be made forthwith to The Alberta Liquor Control Board, Edrnonlon. Dated at Lethbridqe, Alberta, this 12th day cf July, 1972 EILEEN P. KAKUK 840 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 8, TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A M. on Tuesday, July 25, 1972, for the construction of the following work: (1) Hlfjhwav 20, Jet Hwy 51 to N. of Sylvan Lake Mile 000 to Mile 700 and Mile 7.B2 lo Mile 8.02 Asphal'ic Concrete Base-Pavement Highway 2, Curve Improvement, S. of Red Deer Mile 81 23 to Mile 75 Asphaltic Concrete Pavement project P.R 124, Jcl. Hwy 71 to Jarvls Bay Park Mile 0.00 to Mllft 071 and Intersection! TreatmenV Jet. Hwy. JO and P R. IM Proiecl Jcl. Hwy. 1 to Black- falds Mile 0.00 to Mils 0 74 Grading, Concrete Base- Pavement, and Other Work Approximate Quantities: Cubic Yards of Excavation Tons of Gravel Ton MIIC-S Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of Ihe Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Build- Inq, Edmonton, Alta., the office of the District Engineer, 1707 sixth street N.w, Calqary, Alberta, and office rf the District Engineer, Administra- tion Bulldlno, Lelhbrldgc, Alberta and will be available only to Individuals registered and operattng In the Prov- Inco nf Alberla, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operallnq In and who have estsbllsod a fixed place of business In tho Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twonty-Flvo Dollars papbla to thfl Prov- incial Treasurer, will bo required for each copy of extract and Specifi- cations taken Earn bid must be Ac- companied by a marked cheque or hnntj enufll to 10' of Tender Tenderi will ho opened In public Thft lowest or anv Tendrr not necessarily accepted. V. E MrCunr-. Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport DEATHS NELSON Dorothy Mildred of Wrentham passed away in the city on Wednesday, July 12th, 1972 at the age of 44 years, beloved wife of Roy Nel- son of Wrentham and eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Lassiter of Bassano. Funeral services will be held in the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church on Saturday, July 15th at 2 p.m., with Rev. K. Churchill officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Archmount Memor- ial Gardens. Friends may meet the family on Friday evening from 8 p.m. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Building, Lethbridge. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C30B5 BERGLUND (James) Passed away at Taber on Tues- day, July 11, 1972, Colleen Faye, at the age of 42 years. Born at Taber, April 14, 1930, she was educated in Taber schools and graduated from Medicine Hat School of Nursing in 1952. She later took a Post- Graduate course at tie Mar- garet Hague Hospital in New Jersey. Mrs. Berglund has nursed at Taber, Lethbridge, Drumheller, Hanna, Calgary, Brooks and Milk River. Surviv- ors include her father, Mr. Ted James, Taber; two brothers Austin of Red Deer, Lawrence, Calgary; one sister, Mrs. Kath- leen Low, Calgary; three neph- ews, two nieces. She was pre- deceased by her mother in 1958. Funeral services will be con- ducted from Knox United Church, Friday, July 14 at 2 p.m., Rev. J. C. Daisley offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Gardens. No flowers by request. HUM- PHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C3082 SAYEKS Passed away in city on Wednesday, July 12, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. John Richard (Jack) Say- ers, at the' age of 88 years, of 1803 4th Avenue N., beloved husband of the late Mrs. Ellen May Sayers. Born at Bideford, Devon, England, the late Mr. Sayers came to the Travers area in 1907 where he horn- steaded, moving to Lethbridge in 1922. He was employed by the city of Lethbridge and was a well known bricklayer until retiring in the middle 50's. He was a member of the Masonic- Charity Lodge, IOOF No. 2. He is survived by one son, Mr. Edwin John Sayers, of Leth- bridge; one daughter, Mrs. (Marjorie) G. E. 0. Scott, of Edmonton; one granddaughter and one grandson. He was pre- deceased by his wife and one son, John R. Sayers. The funer- al service will be held on Sat- urday at 3 p.m. in Martm Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. David Rodgers officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Memorial Chap- el 703 13th St. N., phone 328- 2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice. C3086 BAKER Passed away in the city on Tuesday, July 11, 1S72, following a brief illness, Mr. Carl Baker, at the age of 71 years of 515 8th Avenue South, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Gertrude Baker. Born in Austria, September 20, 1900, the late Mr. Baker came to Southern Saskatchewan in 1921 and resided in Moose Jaw, un- til moving to Edmonton in 1957. In 1963 he moved to Leth- bridge where he has resided unlil his passing. The late Mr. Baker was a former garage op- erator and retired in 1971. He was predeceased by his wife Gertrude, April 1. 1971 and by his son John and one sister. He is survived by one son, Edward of Lethbridge; two daughters, Mrs. H. (Loraine1 Mortenson, of Moose Jaw and Mrs. B. (Lillian) Horlacher of Richmond, B.C.; five grand- children; five sisters and six brothers. Prayers will be said on Thursday, (this evening) at p.m., in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 isih SI. N. The funeral service will be held on Friday at a.m., in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, with Rev. Father Bruce Field officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the family plot, Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects nt Mnrtin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL phone 328-2361. Those who wish may donate to the Canndisn Cancer Society, 409 Trust Bldg., Lethbridge or the Charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C3087 DEATH GOODNER Passed away on Tuesday, July 11, 1972, Fred Goodner, age 83 years, of Fort Macleod. Born at Kimball, Minnesota, he homesteaded at Orion in 1912. He went back to Minnesota to marry Blanche Lyons on February 22, 1913. They lived on the homestead and were active in community affairs. Mr. Goodner played in an orchestra for dances. lu 1925 they moved to Granum where he bought grain for the Pioneer Grain Company. In 1927 he was transferred to Pearce for two years. They then moved to Fort Macleod where he worked as a carpenter until retirement. He was an avid gardener and during his retirement took a keen interest in his yard and garden. He was predeceased by one son, Dana, in and his wife in 1967. He is survived by one son, Dale; four grandchildren and one great-grandson, all of Cal- gary. The funeral service will be held in Trinity United Church, Friday at 2 p.m., Mr. Hugh Peck officiating. Inter- ment in Union Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C3084 FUNERALS OLSEN Funeral service for Johanna Kalhrina Olsen, who died at Cardston Monday, July 3, 1972, at the age of 98 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, July 6, 1972, in the Alberta Stake Chapel of the Church of Jesus Crhist of Lat- ter Day Saints with the First Ward Bishopric officiating. Pallbearers were Einar, Lin- don, Forest, Magnus and Or- ville Jensen and Elmer Olsen. Interment was in the Aetna Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. HOLTOM Funeral service fcr Vincent John Hollom, be- loved infant son of Charles and Sheilagh Holtom of 334 12th St. C. N. who died in the city Wed- nesday, July 5, 1972, was held al 11 a.m. Monday, July 10, 1972, in the St. Mary the Virgin Anglican Church with Rev. R. ment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Lid., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. THRALL Funeral service for Mrs. Minnie H. Tin-all, be- loved wife of Mr. Ralph A. Thrall, Sr., who died in the city Thursday, July 6, 1972, after a long illness at the age of 75 years, was held at p.m. Saturday in the First Bap- tist Church with Rev. Keith Churchill officiating. Pallbear- ers were Les Castles, Bill Do- meier, Dave Hodge, Bill Mac- Pherson, Bill Skelton and Syd Slen. Interment was in the fam- ily plot in Mountain View Cem- etery. Martin Bros. Ltd. Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SMITH Funeral service for Robert Clifford Smith, Barons citizen and Second World War veteran who died suddenly Sat- urday, July 1, 1972, at the age of 65 years, was held at p.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Tradition Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with interment follow- ing in the Field of Honor in Mountain View Cemetery. Pall- hearers were Fred Anderson, Don Lyon, Chester Allen, Gor- don Atkinson, Clarence Thomp- son and Glen Crow. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS SMITH Our sincere thanks lo Martin Bros. Funeral Direc- tors and then- efficient assis- lante, Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott, (lie pallbearers, the Barons Canadian Legion and all relatives and friends for their help ard kindness shown us during our recent bereave- ment. We thank you all. It was greatly appreciated. Ledbettcr and Faye Klonc. 5316 BOFMvAR Requiem mass for Mike Bodnar, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Pearl Bodnar of Taber who died there July 9 at the age of 73 years, was said at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 12, 1972, in St Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber. with Rev. Jolin the celebrant. Ac- tive pallbearers: Steve Peta, Louis Turcato, Doug Marose, Frank Slavik, Leslie Fekete and John Reti. Honorary pall- bearers: John Bartok, John Beluch, Florie Kun, Joe Zsed- nai, George Molnar, Nick Fckc- te. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Gardens. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. Street crimes down NEW YORK (Router'-Street crimes here such as robberies, cor thefts, and burglaries de- clined by about a fifth during the first five months of 1972 over the same period last year. Police attribute the decrease lo increased patrolling of. high- crime areas. IN MEMORIAM RONALD ROSS KUBOTA In loving memory of our son, Ronald, who left so suddenly July 10, 1971. T Summer comes 1 again and I m with it comes WsuJL motorcycling MS time. t We think of him each day H i s charming ways and smiling face. Are a pleasure to recall. He had a kindly word for each And left beloved by all. These are the thoughts that will always be with us. remembered and loved by his parents Mr. and Mrs. TakayuM Kubota and family. 5183-13 Venereal disease on increase OTTAWA CP) The incid- ence of venereal disease jumped sharply last year to 170.2 cases per population, from 159.3 per 100.000 in 1970, Sis- tics Canada reported Wednes- day. Venereal diseases were by far the most widespread of the two dozen or more diseases required to be reported to public authori- ties by medical practitioners. There were reported cases last year, compared with in 1970, the statistics bu- reau said. Pattern 4597 SIZES 8-18 Bare your back to the sun or breeze thru chores in this wrap 'n' button beauty. Frost il fresh- ly with quick embroidery in bodice, pocket. Send! Prinled Pattern 4597: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 3-la yards 35-inch. Transfer. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (75c) in coins (no stamps, please) for each pattern add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SVZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS. ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and Ihc name of tho Lelhbridgo Herald. DO NOT send il lo The Herald. FREE Spring Fashion Offer Choose ono pattern free from new Spring Summer Catalog. All sizes! Send 50c INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut. fit, sew modern way. NSTANT FASHION BOOK what-lo- vcar answers. Sharp to visit Chiiw OTTAWA CP) External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp will pay an official visit to China in August at the invita- tion of Foreign Minister Chi Peng Fei. While in China Mr. Sharp open a Canadian trade fair in Peking, the largest such exposi- tion ever staged by this country abroad. More than 200 Canadian firms will participate. It was disclosed sime time not publicly announced Mr. Sharp would officiate at the Aug. 21 opening. Wednesday's announcement made known for the first time that the Chinese foreign minis- ter had extended an official in- vitation to Mr. Sharp. The two are expected to hold talks and informed sources thought it likely that Mr. Sharp also will confer with Premier Chou En-lai. Three Canadian Pacific Air- lines jets have been chartered by the government to take sev- eral hundred Canadian busi- nessmen, plus officials of the federal trade department, to the Peking fair. The flights are scheduled to leave Toronto Aug. 13 and 15, and Vancouver Aug. 14. Alberta musical groups attract good audiences LONDON (CP) Alberta musical groups, in a swing around Britain and the conti- nent, are performing before en- thusiastic audiences ranging from 100 spectators to Four ensembles from the province now are in Britain and one of these plans a number of performances on the Continent before returning home. The groups are the Teen Tones from Medicine Hat, the University of Alberta string quartet, the Anne Campbell singers of Lethbridge and the Calgary Youth Orchestra. The youth orchestra will per- form in concerts in Britain until July 24 when members plan to leave for the Netherlands and Germany before returning to Calgary Aug. 1. U.S. crime drops WASHINGTON (AP) Sen- our crime in the United States during the first three months of this year rose only one per cent, the lowest increase in 11 years, says the justice depart- ment. The rate of increase was six per cent a year ago, and 13 per cent in 1970. Pattern Ideal for ouldoors or in! Cro- chet in gay, summer colors. Crochel pretty, practical, heat resislanl mats, runners, doilies of 3-strands string taken together. Fine for gifts, bazaars. Pattern 7144: dirce lions, hot plate articles. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cento for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks- THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Renders Mail Limited 60 Front Slrcct Wesl Toronto 1, Ontario Thursday, July 13, 1972 THE LETHMIDGE HEM IB 19 Civil marriage issue brings Israeli conflict By MICHAEL ARKUS using the blackmail of a cabinet JEIUSALEM (Reuter) The ever-smouldering conflict Detween state and synagogue in Israel has once again flared, this time over the issue of civil marriage for people barred by the rabbis from wedlock. As in preious religious dis- putes, a full-scale crisis within She coalition cabinet looms. Premier Golda Meir has even threatened to resign, not in op- position to a coalition member's proposed civil marriage bill, but because of what she sees as a breakdown in coalition disci- pline. The dispute is only the latest in a series of religious problems since the Jewish state was es- tablished 24 years ago. They range from the antics of extremist fringe groups in at- tacking sex boutiques, stoning vehicles travelling on the Sab- bath and making death threats to pathologists carrying out au- topsies, to full-scale cabinet crises on issues so obscure that a Jewish layman sometimes finds it virtually impossible to understand them. The conflict is between mod- ernist elements, representing a majority of the politicians, trying to found a forward-look- ing 20th century society, and a vociferous minority faying to live in accordance with the an- cient rabbinical traditions. What makes the religious con- flict in Israel all the more acute is the peculiar condition of the Jewish religion, coupled witli a political set-up in which the reli- gious parties have much more power than would normally be their due through actual elec- toral representation. Because of the failure of the ruling Labor party to ensure an absolute majority, it has been forced throughout almost the whole of the state's existence to be wedded to the National Reli- gious Party. Secular Labor members ac- cuse the NRP of continually crisis threat to maintain the re- ligious status quo. At present only religious mar- riage is permitted in Israel, meaning both partners must be Jewish or converted in accord- ance with rabbinical law. There are also other biblical restric- tions. The modernists say they rec- ognize the importance if luch laws in preventing assimilation of the Jewish nation during years of exile. But now that there is again a Jewish state, they My these restrictions should re- lajred. Jailed Doukhobors continue strike NELSON, B.C. said today that two or three of the 10 members of the Sons of Freedom Doukhobor sect being held in jail here are continuing to refuse to eat at times. The Freedomites are await- ing trial on a number of charges arising out of demon- strations outside the home of orthodox Doukhobor Leader John Verigin at Grand Forks, B.C. They are to appear in court Friday on charges includ- ing breach of probation and public nudity. The RCMP did not give the names of those involved in the hunger strike, but city police earlier said Polly Chernoff, Anuta Kootnikoff and Vera Pankoff were refusing all food except fruit and water. The hunger strike began July 3. The latest disturbances in- volving the radical Sons of Freedom began last month when Freedomites who had been living near Agassiz Moun- tain Prison east of Vancouver began filtering back to this West Kootenay area. A fluctuating group of Free- domites has set up a shanty community near the Verigin home, apparently as part of an attempt to gain free land from the orthodox Doukhobors. Mr. Verigin and other ortho- dox leaders have complained to the provincial government and to West Kooienay muni- cipal officials of the "public mischief" being done by the Freedomites, and have asked for protection from "unwar- ranted harassment." Tlie orthodox Doukhobors earlier this month sent let- ters to city councils in nine area communities requesting meetings to discuss the situa- tion. The city council of Trail, just south of here, Wednesday ac- cepted the request, inviting or- thodox leaders to attend the next council meeting July 25. City council at Rossland has said it won't meet with the or- thodox group and has sug- gested that the problem could best be handled by senior levels of government. Kinnaird town council is to discuss the issue Tuesday. Attorney-General Leslie Pet- erson has said the provincial government is ready to discuss the transfer of crown lands to the Freedomites, but that the sect has not asked for a meet- ing. Meantime, city police In Grand Forks, aided by the RCMP's special Doukhobor squad, have been keeping a close eye on the group near the Verigin home. DEATH ROW TALK-Tho hands of Elmer Branch holds a newspaper for other death row cellmates to see at the Texas Stats Penitentiary. Branch's conviction of rape was one of the cases that was before the U.S. Sjpreme Court and one of those involved in the landmark decision that ruled the death penalty is unconstitutional. 5261B 1969 BUICK SKYLARK 4 DOOR Gold exterior and matching gold cloth Inter- ior. 350 V8, automatic and radio. HOLIDAY AT I Wtjfw GEORGE VANDENTOP FREE 50 GALS. OF GAS Res. Phone 8-4580 171 8 -3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-57M ;