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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE tETHBRIDGl HERALD 74 LOANS July 21, VANCOUVER (CP) Tin British Columbia mediatioi commission today begins preliminary hearings in its invest! gation of the construction Indus try dispute, despite (lie refusa of five unions to obey a govern menl back-to-work order Mon day. 'Hie hearings will Talks what issues arc involved in the dispute, which began April 14 with the first of 11 series of lock outs by the Construction Labor Relations Association against 15 building trades unions. The situation Monday, aftei workers were ordera back on Uio job at worUi of construction was confusing, with no clea picture of how many actuall returned, or were called bac by Ihe CLRA's 593 contractors. The cement industry eallcx back 50 to 60 per cent of it workers and truck driver's, said Ed Lawson, president of tin local teamsters joint council But the order to go hack stipu lated that all employees shoulc return, Mr. Lawson said. He checked first wiUi Labor Minis ter Leslie Peterson that Uie order meant a 100 per cent return. "We have been telling al those workers who have no been called back by Uie compa nics Uiat they should return Uiemselves in order to cornplj with the said Mr. Law-son. WANTS PAY "We say that if there is no work for them they must receive eight hours' pay under a guarantee in Uie old agreement. The companies say they are not going to pay Uiese workers their guaranteed pay." Rav Haynes, secretary of the B.C. 'Federation of Labor which is supporting the stand of five unions who refuse to go back and accept binding arbitration, said the situation is a legalistic nightmare. "Peterson's move doesn't sound as if it is conducive to jetting settlements and that is what the name of the game said Mr. Haynes. "There are all kinds of people who have left the province and others who have other jobs and I don't know how the procedure is going to work. "As for defying this law, pro-, hibition laws were flouted and ignored because they were ridiculous and unworkable. There have been all kinds of labor laws since this government took over but this legislation is the ultimate because it is the beginning of putting us out of business." There are no chances of a general strike in British Columbia in support of construction workers, William Dodge, acting president of the Canadian Labor Congress; said in Minister P a n a y i o t i s Plpinelis of Greece died in Athens of heart failure. He was 71. Pipinelis, a career diplomat-politician, served the Greek royal family ami the current military Jobless OTTAWA (CP) -T. C. Douglas, New Democratic Party leader, told a news conference Monday unemployment is even higher than the government has reported and called on party members and Uis unemployed to join "the rising tide of protest against the Trudeau government." He said Uiat while the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported last week Uiat were unemployed in Uie biggest unemployment rate since 1961 Unemployment Insurance Commission had reported more than claims in April. DBS reported Uiat _ were out of work in April. Mr. Douglas noted also that Uie DBS f igures do not include the numbers in government training programs. The total unemployment figure is therefore "crowding he said. POLICIES BANKRUPT The NDP leader attributed! the unemployment problem to "complete bankruptcy" of the government's anti-inflation policies. Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, 1 In Memoriams MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE "Wt ALSO PURCHASE EXISTING MORTGAGES FOR CASH" CAC REALTY LIMITED COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL PHONE 328-2381 IETHBRIDGE, RIES Adam S.. passet away in .Raymond on Saturday July 18, 1970, at the age of 84 vears, Moved brother-in-law of George RadEord of Woodstock, Ont. Mr. Ries had lived hi the Lethbridge area for the past 56 years or more and was a member of the Lutherar Church. Funeral services wit be held in the Christensen Chapel on Wednesday, July 22, 1970, at 2 p.m., with Hev. E. R. Moody officiating. Interment will follow in Uie Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C9247 SINCLAIR Passed away in Calgary on Sunday, July 19, 1970, following a brief illness, Ardelle Errol, aged 67 years, beloved husband of Mi's. Florence A. Sinclair of 725 18th St. S., Lethbridge. The funeral service will, be held on Wednesday at p.m. in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may pay their respects at the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. CARDS OF THANKS ItOLOKF 1 would like to thank the nurses and doctors at Uie Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their kindness and attention during my recent hospitali-zatlon. Thanks to my relatives and friends for the cards, flowers and visits. Gus Roloff. Producer TORONTO (CP) "Luck" was responsible for Nigel Nil-pier-Andrews' position as producer of an important CBC show. "1 was in the right place at the right time." said the 28-year-old producer. Mr. Napier-Andrews was appointed producer of the TV program Elwood Glover's Luncheon Date in June, 19G9. Since then the show's popularity has increased and the CBC has decided to try an experiment. Luncheon Date will be shown coast to coast for the months of September and October, and if the 90-minute show does well, it will be continued on that basis. Mr. Napier-Andrews started his career with the CBC as assistant to the then TV program director, Bruce Raymond, and when Mr. Raymond lost his job, so did he. "After that I just hung around the CBC doing and when he was offered the Glover job, Mr. Napier-Andrews jumped at the chance. In the last year, he feels, Uie calibre of guests on the show has improved. "Before, there were too many people talking about things like charities and amateur theatres. "Our best guests now are people talking about things that concern Uie home, the family-problems like drugs, child welfare, juvenile courts, which interest the 35- to 45-year-old housewife." The show has also added Date Lucky music so it will be "easy and Mr. Napier-Andrews said. At Uie age of 17, he dropped out of an expensive British boarding school. "I couldn't believe it when I saw Uiat film, If. It was exactly like my school." After leaving school he travelled to Kenya and became sub-editor of: a weekly paper in the town of Nakuru. On his return to England, It is with sincere gratitude that we express to our relatives, friends and neighbors, our appreciation and heartfelt thanks for the many spiritual offerings, cards, food and acts of kindness which lightened our burden of sorrow during our recent bereavement. We especially wish to thank the doctor, the nurses at the Bow Island Hospital and Father John for all the care and services given our beloved husband, father and grandfather. Steve Roth Sr. and family. PAINTING AND DECORATINS -Town and country. Reasonable rates. Phone 328.4173. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, freo estimates. Phons ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFINO. CEMENT DRIVES AND WALKS. and rumpus rooms. Phone CM5-4684. CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd Jobs, phone firms before joining the BBC's foreign sales department. He was transferred to Toronto to handle BBC sales to the CBC, and he hasn't left since. "When I was working in England I was getting about a year and I thought it was a good salary. Here I'm getting more than four times that Threat Seen OTTAWA (CP) An open to Prime Minister Trudeau from a conference of Eskimos ield last week in Coppermine, N.W.T., could be the start of a militant Eskimo organization determined to establish aboriginal, rights in the Canadian Arc-ic. The letter called on the Trudeau government to stop oil and gas exploration on Banks Island vliere "the Eskimo people re self-sufficient trappers and lunters and annually achieve he world's richest white fox larvest." Signed by representatives of 1 Eskimo communities in the Northwest Territories and Arc-ic Quebec, the letter calls for onsultation between Eskimos nd the government before any urther exploration is under-aken on Banks1 Island. "We also ask that your gov-rnment recognize our rights as boriginals in the land of Ihe and give us fair compen-ation where there is expropria-ion of our rights in the lands. "We also believe that the nave people of the North should eceive directly a fair share of le resources of the North simi-ar to the proposed settlement e i n g contemplated by the Jnited States government for TC native people of Alaska." The American government las introduced a bill in Wash-ngton to turn over hundreds of millions of dollars to Alaska naves in compensation for use of leir WEEPING TILE, CEMENT WORK alterations. Phone J. anc J. Custom Works, 3J5.J430, 32B.3870. Disowns Story BOZEMAN. Mont. (AP) -diet Huntley of the Huntley-Brinkley news telecast says Life magazine made a mistake when it quoted him as saying it "frightens me" that Richard M Nixon is United States president. In a letter to the Bozeman Chronit'kle, Huntley said Mon day he actually said he "wor ried about all presidents of the United whether they will stay healthy, whether they can stand the strain their power, the decisions they make and our tendency to make mon-archs out of them." In New York, a Life spokesman said neither Huntley nor his employer, NBC, had complained to the magazine. Huntley, 58, retires from the telecast after the Friday night show and will devote lull time to developing a Montana recreational centre. The newscaster also disowned another quote in the Life interview: "The shailowness of the President overwhelms GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6S82. WE HAVE BACKHOE AND Basements, driveways, trees dug, gravel and top soil hauled. Phone 327-1413 before S p.m.; 327-3347 after 5 p.m. The trouble is I got used to living on an expense account when I was on the administrative side at the CBC. Now I don't have an expense account." As well as the Glover show, Mr. Napier-Andrews is working on two other projects. He will produce five of Uie CBC's summer music series, Islands and Princesses, and he's doing "an absolutely zany variety pilot show" called Moon. Mr. Napier-Andrews has no desire to return to his homeland. "The BBC is so slow it's unbelievable. I prefer the pace of life in Pilot Shot Down In Mideast CAIRO (Reuters) Egypt said tonight it has captured an American pilot who was flying an Israeli Phantom jet war-plane shot down over the Sues canal last week. National Guidance Minister Mohammed Heykal said en e television program scheduled to be shown today that the pilot had arrived in Israel in early 1967, prior to the outbreak of the six-day Arab-Israeli war. The minister did not identify the pilot, but on Sunday an Egyptian military spokesman listed the pilot of a Phantom jet shot down the day before as Maj. Eini Menahim. The second member of the Phantom's crew, Capt. Samual Hitz, failed to eject and died when the supersonic jet crashed and burned, the spokesman reported. Heykal said there are about American Jews of Army age now in Israel. BORGE P.AVEN 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone PUBLIC Passed away in the city on Sunday, July 19, 1970, following a brief illness, Lovro, aged 83 years, of the city, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Maria Novak. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church. Interment will follow in the family plot in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Prayers will be said on Tuesday (tonight) at p.m. in St. Basil's Church. Those who wish may pay their respects at the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Phone 323-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C9245 GKANDO Guiseppe of Hillcrest, beloved husband of Josephine Grando, passed away hi the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on Sunday, July 19, 1970, at age 78 years. He was born in Italy on June 20, 1892 and moved to Billcrest in 1916, where he has been a resident since. He was employed in the Hillcrest Miners Club for 40 years as an assistant steward and janitor. Married' Josephine Jarcin in Hillcrest in March .922. Predeceased by two irothers and parents hi Italy. Survivors include his wife Josephine, Hillcrest; ono son, Ar-hur, Trail, B.C.; one daughter, N. (Margaret) Sclilosser, Slairmore; two brothers in taly, and four grandchildren, 'rayers will be said in St. Cyril's Catholic Church, Belle-nie, Tuesday July 21 at p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated ha St. Cyril's Catholic Church, Wednesday, July 22 at a.m., Father Jim Hagel celebrant. Interment to follow in the Hillcrest Catholic Cemetery. Fantin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TENDERS FOR ADDITION TO ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT CITY HALL Sealed tenders In accord with Ihe Instructions to Bidders for the above works, will be received by tha office of the Purchasing Agent, City of Lethbrldge, up to p.m. Wednesday, August 5th, 1970. Tenders shall be accompanied by certified cheque In the amount of S2.000. Contract Documents may be obtained by General Contractors from ROBINS MITCHELL WATSON, Architects i Engineers, 529 6th Street S., Lethbrldge, on deposit of 150.00. Sub trades may view documents at the offices of the Construction Association at Lethbrldge Calgary. FRONT Premier Robert Bourossa concentrates on keeping his equilibrium os he follows a beauty queen in pantyhose and short skirt up a ladder ot the Valleyfield, SCHOOL BUS TENDERS Thi Raymond Catholic Separate School District No. 100, P.O. Box 263 Raymond, Invlles tenders on all or any one of the following transportation proposals. One only 1970 46 passenger school bus OR Lease coat of one only 197D-6S pas-sengsr school bus for periods of one, ihree, or five years OR Daily cost of Transportation for one 66 passenger school bus for Raymond Lethbridge for One, three or five year school term. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted Tenders close July 27, 1970. Specifications may be obtained from Mrs. Catherine Grbavac Secretary Treasurer Raymond Catholic Separate School DIst. No. 100 Box 263 Phone 752-2042, s Raymond Bylaw Opposed In Area A NATAL, B.C. (HNS) About 50 people attended public hearings recently for the proposed zoning bylaw of the Regional District of East Kootenay which involves the Elk Valley or Electoral Area "A." Stan Wilson, RDEK director representing the city of Kim-jerley, presided and introduced Mr. Miller, KDEK's professional planning director who brief-y outlined the purpose and the restrictions of the plan. For the Elk Valley three ypes of zones are anticipated; rural residential which will feature one residential building per 5 acre lot; general residential which is the planned complete new lownsite at Boi-vin Creek: and non urban which s to he maintained as farm-and or for extractive industry. The minimum size land parcel n this zone is 80 acres. The chief purpose of the plan s to avoid ribbon development of residences along Uie liigh-vay leading through the Elk Valley and to control urban encroachment on farm and ex-ractive industry operations in Jie area, Mr. Miller explained. Those attending the hearing "epresented the bulk of the in Area. "A" and the ex-) anation for such a heavy turn-mt soon became apparent when the chairman asked for presentations. The majority were not liappy with the plan and the restrictions it will impose. The subdivision restrictions are being imposed at a time when the Urban Renewal .Project underway in Natal will [orce .many to seek residential lots in the Elk Valley. The boom in the district has been seen by some of the older farmers as an opportunity to sell land at a sufficiently remunerative rate to permit For Dead, Man Crawls To Seek Help MIAMI (AP) Two women were shot to death and a man wounded Monday after a bandit held two of them prisoner in a night-long, wait to commit a robbery, then forced the three to accompany him as he fled. Bruce Reitz, left for dead with two bullets in his head, dragged himself VA miles through dense brush to seek help for his girl friend and a co-worker. Police found both women dead of gunshot wounds in the head. Reitz, 39, is night manager of a Western Union branch office in suburban Coral Gables that was robbed of Monday morning. Police said the murdered women were Delores Palacino, the day manager of the Western Union office, and Judy Lamb, 40, Reitz' girl-Mend. Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS London, England Iain Mac-leod. 56, Chancellor the Exchequer, of a heart attack. Toronto Julian D. Shields, 66, former North American director of circulation for Thomson Newspapers Ltd., died Friday. Winnipeg R. W. Ditches Cost Money To Remove COALDALE (HNS) Removal of irrigation ditches within town boundaries is costly and complicated. Town council is considering two ditches. One on the east side and the other on the west side. Mayor LeRon Low said the removal of the east ditch could cost as high as plus cost for a pumping unit. Sharing removal costs with developers may be considered in the future. Farmers east of Coaldale arc not anxious for the town to be involved in their water rotation system. Mayor Low stated the west ditch cuts through several private properties. To relocate the open ditch would cost For a closed in pipe it would be as high as ?9.275. Councillor Ben tteimer said final mortgage payments are being held up on adjacent properties until the street can be developed and gravelled. Council approved a change of the ditch location. It is to run down the lane between 21st Ave. A and 22nd Ave. and then north in the land adjacent to the water Kon TORONTO (CP) The federal government will be asked to give an automatic 50-per-cent disability pension to handicapped Hong Kong veterans and provide pensions to widows of those who died at Hong Veterans T< Veterans Affairs Minister Jean-Eudes Dube said hero. He told a dinner of the Hong Kong Veterans' Association the proposals, made by the Common committee on veterans' affairs, will be considered at a special cabinet committee next week and likely will be approved during the next session of Parliament. The dinner was told there are Hong Kong veterans remaining and 370 receive less Uian the new 50-per-cent minimum of a year for a Be Aided gle man and for a child-k married man. Mr. Dube said UK men, taken prisoner by the Japanese after the fall of Hong Kong at Christmas, 1941, experienced the harshest conditions known to any Canadian war prisoner in modem times. They were prisoners for three years and eight months. Mr. Dube said another proposal to be considered is a special allowance to veterans on 100-per-cent disability pensions. The allowance would be paid to an estimated to veterans "who are really suffering over and above and beyond" the others, he NAVRATIL Requiem mass for Mrs. Frances Navra-til, beloved wife of the late Anton Navratil who died in the city Thursday, July 16, 1970, after a brief illness at the age of 71 years, was said at a.m. Tuesday in the Assumn-ion Parish Church with Rev. 3. G. Burns the celebrant. Pallbearers were Jim Hunter, Save Hofer, Frank Hufnagel, John Brunner, Norman Chris-finsen and Ken Miller. Honorary pallbearers were George John Bibo, John ?ialik, John Salberg, Elton 3hristensen and Dave Keller. Interment was in the family jlot hi the Magrath Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the 62, associate editor of the Winnipeg Tribune. Ottawa A. Boyle, 74, former deputy postmaster-general. New York Mrs. Thomas E. Dewey, 67, wife of the former New York state governor and two-time presidential candidate, after a long Deatli Like many theories, it is difficult to prove to be false or true. Quotable notables: "Self-restraint is feeling your oats without sowing Shannon Fife. Medical advance: New light .is being thrown on sema, a lung disease which took lives last year in the U.S., double the number of a decade ago. It has been found that people with a hereditary deficiency of a blood protein called are especially vulnerable, particularly if their lungs are subjected to tobacco smoke or other irritants. Folklore: It is an omen of good luck to break a dish on Good Friday. Eating bread crumbs will give an infant curly hair. Itching of the right hand foretells a visit from a friend. If you spit on your little finger and nib it on a grey horse, 'money will come yaaf way. Man Dies In Collision EDSON (CP) Fred Smigelsky, 56, of Edson died in a two-car coUision on Highway 16 about 33 miles east of here. Edson is about 120 miles west of columnist might never know if he didn't open his mail: Civilization seems to be harder on women than on men. At least they suffer headaches twice as often. It lakes a heap of atoms to make you what you are. Just how small is an atom? Well, it takes a million billion of them just, to make a speck big enough to see. Taking the little woman for a night out was a much bigger problem for old-lime Indian princes than it is for the average North American husband. On an overnight visit to a neighboring nabob, some of the princes customarily brought along as many as 200 wives and concubines to give them an outing away from the chafing confines of their harem routine. Dogs have been domesticated for at least years. One theory is that before this happened dogs never YORK (AP) The first reported death resulting from an abortion since a new state aw went into effect, permitting a woman to undergo an abortion vith consent of her physician, ras been disclosed by the city's medical examiner. Dr. Milton Helpern. the medical examiner said Monday Enter Title Contest SHELBURNE, Onl. (CP) -An official of the National Fiddlers' Contest said today that early entries have been received from three provinces and four states for this year's corn-petition to be held here Aug. 7-8. Barrie Dales said entries have come in from Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec. United States entries have been re-c e i v e d from Massachusetts, Mew York, Pennsylvania and Vermont. Current open fiddle cliamoion, Graham Townsend, 28, of Toronto, is one of Uie early entries and is shooting for his third title n as many Opens Door MONTREAL (CP) _ Bell! Canada has introduced a new-apartment to lobby communication system designed to increase the comfort and security of apartment dwellers. Known as Enterphone, Uie system has the advantage of be-rag incorporated into regular telephone units, enabling apartment residents to ask the identity of the caller and release the door lock from any telephone, the telephone company said Rodriguez died Sunday n Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx of "the effect of an abortion." lowever. he added that the vonian had a heart ailment vhich was a "contributory cause" to the death. Officials estimate there have jeen more than 2.000 abortions since the new law went into elect July 1 Whpn the abortion Jaw was adopted, a spokesman for the city's hospitals department said hat "we can tolerate three deaths per Collapses WARSAW (AP) -A bridge collapsed into the flooded Olza River on the Czechoslovak-Polish border, killing five firemen trying to reinforce it, officials reported Monday. The firemen were the first deaths reported in the floods covering parts of southern Poland after a month of above-average rainfall. Nineteen hundred families have been evacuated from their homes, officials in Warsaw RAIN KILLS IS SEOUL (AP) Fifteen persons have been killed and 11 are missing in accidents caused by heavy rains in South Korea over the past three days, the national flood relief centfe QtJILTS STIRLING (HNS) _ Two arge quilti were quilted at the Relief Society work flay meeting. Food items of wheat, honey and powdered milk were displayed, with ;