Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
ig _ THE IEIBRI1JGE HEUAIB -43 TRAILERS FOR Friday, July 24, 1970 58 MALI HEIF Births, Deatl Cards Of i In Mem BIRTH SHIELDS Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jacobson are proud to announce (he arrival of their first grandchild, a boy Jason Dionne, born July 20, 1970, to Tom and Janice Shields at Peace River, Alberta. 'is, Funerals, Thanks, 1 loriams DEATH GUiVDUJCK Passed away in the city on Friday, July 24, 1970, following a brief illness, Emil Herman, aged 82 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Eunice Gundlock of Warner. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. Tree Mercury I OTTAWA (CP) The Banned dues In food or feed or significant adverse effects in bird and anima! life when used under practical conditions, Hie memorandum says. Use of the compounds would also be permitted if no alternative clisinicals are availabls and the use is essential. The third exception to the ban would allow companies to sell mercury pesticides already it> stock on July 31 this year. SHOULD NOT DUMP The official said the safest means of disposing of the chemical is to ensure its prescribed use. Other methods, such as dumping, would create greater contamination. The department expresses concern in the memorandum about tlie accumulation of mercury in the food chains of seed-eating and predatory birds and about contamination ot grain destined for human sumption. Consumption of mercury at sufficient levels causes diseases of the nervous system. The department says there "has been a tendency to use mercury when a real need for disease protection has not been determined." Other uses of mercury com-pounds, such as control of turf disease in grasses and of apple scab, are being reassessed, the memorandum says. But restrictions on these uses are not now contemplated! The memorandum calls for1 comments from producers fore Aug. 31. After that the 'new rules will be applied. Mercury-treated seed grain has been identified as the major agricultural source of mercury pollution in seed-eating birds and in some food products such as flour, bread and dairy products. Mercury contamination of fish is thought to be a result of industrial pollution of rivers and lakes, not agricultural pollution. BOYS 14 to 16 FOR ICE cream sales. Phono 319-7134. SPRAYING ALPINE SPRAY Ltd. Phone 3J8-I4H. 283Q Ulh PAINTING, REPAIRS, ETC. PHONE <54-29S3. CASAH.LPHONE R GUARDS FOR THE PIN-chor Creek area. Must retired veteran ond have cor. Apply to Royal Canadian Legion. Plnclwr H.P. GAS LAWW MOWER, US. Phone 327-TO3, lulwoen 1 and 5 p.m. TILE, CEMENT WORK Renovations, Phont J. and J. Custom WorkJ, 345-4630, 328-3170. 331 6ZY.LIFT TRAILER HITCH. AUTO-matlc transmission cooler. Phone 327-2009. TRIMMED, ODD JOBS BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson und Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. FOR RENT NEW EIGHT FT. camper. ICO box and stove. Available July 2illl. 3.15.4108. EDITOR Or with potential. Individual competent n all phases of weeklies looking for wider opportunity and responsibility. For detals and application form write Box too, Hnton, Alterts. Enclose brief resume. 4553-31 FULLY INSURED TREE 328-2074. HAVE BACKHOE AND Basements, driveways, trees dug, gravel and top roll hauled. Phone 327-1413 before J p.m.! 327-3347 S p.m. department has told chemical firms the use of mercury-containing seed treatment products will not be allowed in 1971 except in cases where there are no alternative chemicals, a department spokesman said Thursday. The restriction is prompted by concern about the effects of mercury substances on birds and other wildlife and on human foods contaminated by Hie treated seeds. Seeds for planting are treated with mercury compounds to prevent growth of fungi. A memorandum has been sent this week to manufacturers of the mercury products, provincial regulatory officials and international authorities in the pesticide control field. Use of Hie substances will be permitted where it is shown it will not result in mercury 16 FT. TRAILER, GOOD CONDITION. Sleeps five. Oven. Phone GENERAL TRUCKING Mixed or unmixed top fO'l manure. Complete landscaping servlcs. Phone 327-5856 or 327-0462. CONVERTED HOUSE CAR SLEEPS flour, sepllc tank, propane refrigerator, five speed transmission, two speed axle. Top condition. 52.500. Trades Gre, Tra.lor sa.es RAVEN 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone Garden tractors roller-hedge trimmer fertilizer lawn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAINT LTD., gif 3rd Ave. S., Phono Licensed Mechanic REQUIRED FOR LOCAL DEALERSHIP. WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND BALANCING AN ASSET. FLAT RATE AND GUARANTEE. APPLY LISTING EXPERIENCE TO SOX 114, HERALD. NEW HIGHLANDER CAR CAMPER -sleeps (our, only 350 Ibs. WIN fil on any car S1295. Terms. RENT ROTOTILLERi RENO-THIN LAWN ROLLERS FERTILIZER SPREADERS POST HOLE DIGGERS GOOD SELECTION OF USED LAWN MOWERS By Hour, Day or Week Downtown HOYT'S Phone 327-5767 Trailer Sales 101 1st Ave. My wife, Diane having left my bed and board, 1 will no longer responsible for any debit incurrtd by her. E. J. Charles Hottom 47 LIVESTOCK EWANCIiUK Passed away suddenly in the city on Thursday, July 23, 1970, Alex, aged 82 years, of 114 2nd Ave. S. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES and sires. ALSASK PROCESSORS. John Drewry Phone 328-2911. DEAD STOCK FREE OF charoe. LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phono 328-1336 Lethbrldge. 223-2547, Taber. SERVICEMAN AND CLEANER There Is a position open In the Transit Department of the City of Lethbrldge or a by? serviceman and cleaner. HOURS OF WORK 40 hours per week (afternoon and night WAGE 53.05 per hour. Preference will bft given lo residents of Lethbridge who must be able to read, write and speak English and be capable of obtaining a class A driver's licence for the Province of Alberta. For further Information and Willow creek School Division No- 28 requests tenders on the supply and Installation of approximately 700 feet of six feef high chain link fence with poles every 12 feet. Interested oersons are rtquested lo contact Mr.' Mike Jordan, at 234-3018, for further details as fo location, gates, and corner posts. Tenders should be forwarded to the undersigned by noon on August 4, 1WO. Lowest nor any tender not necessarily accepted. R. E Congdon, Secretary Treasurer, Willow Creek School Division No. 28, Box 69, CLARESHOLM, MATK1N Funeral service was held at Grande Prairie Friday for a former Raymond resident, Philip Matkin. He died Sunday at the age of 25. Survivors include his parents Mr. and Mrs. DeVoe (Bed) Matkin of Grande Prairie, a sister Mrs. Howard Whipple of Grande Prairie and grandmother Mrs. Ada Orgill of Raymond. Burial was in the Grande Prairie MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and livestock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 337-3046, Lelhbrldge. 49 MACHINERY POULTRY AND "A'e ars In the marker for good UP TO ICO READY-TO-Lay Leghorn pullels. E. H. Mueller, box 213, Champion. 897-21J8. etc. Consignment or cash. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Phone Days 327-3165 Nights 327-1634 1970, Clare E. at Edmonton, aged 61 years. He is survived by his wife, Lois; two sons, Barrie and Shane; his mother, Mrs. A. C. Wallace; sisters, Sir's. Norma Weeks and Mrs. T. M. (Lila) Fowler, all Calgary; a brother, Earl, Toronto. Mr. Wallace served with Use ROASC in Second World War and was a purchasing agent for the City of Edmonton for the past 19 years. A military funeral was held Thursday, July 23, in Edmonton. Riots Erupt By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Snooting, firebombing and rock throwing erupted around three predominantly Negro fed-, eral housing projects in Peoria, HI., Thursday night after two women were evicted from one of the projects. In separate incidents, shotgun blasts from the street wounded three white patrons in two taverns near one of the projects. Police blamed a youth gang. Two of the patrons' were seri-ouslv injured. Police arrested more than 20 adults and detained about a dozen juveniles before dispersing the crowds early today. Mayor E. Michael O'Brien imposed a curfew on persons under 21 under further notice, and halted liquor and bulk gasoline sales. In Cairo, HI., whites and blacks exchanged gunfire late Thursday night but no injuries were reported. Police arrested one person but would disclose no details. And in New Brunswick, N.J., police said they fired a volley of shots over the heads of about 15 black youths to disperse them during a night of rock throwing and firebombing in which 13 persons were TURKEYS, ALL AGES. Phone 234-4035 or 234-3786, Forl Macleod. ROASTERS, DRESSED 3fc per friers, freshly killed 38c per Ib. Free delivery. Custom killing. Phone Coaldale 345-3224. OFFICE CITY HALL Applications will not be accepted after July 31, 1970. SALE BY TENDER The City of Lethbrldge Is offering for sale the property located at 21JS 5th Avenue North and described as Lots 25, 26 and 27, Block 2, Plan 6060-A.I. Sealed tenders plainly marked ''Tender for site and building" will be accepted at the office of City Clerk, City Hall, Leihbridgs up fo P.M. Friday, August 21, 1V70, Tenders must give full Information as to method of payment and be accompanied by a certified cheque or cash, deposit of S2M.DO which will bs returned to unsuccessful bidders. Ail Inquiries with respect to the above, including access fo the home for should directed to the City Clerk, The City of Lethbrldge reserves the right to the highest or any tender. John Gerla City Cierk. JO MISC. ARTICLES PETS AND OF THANKS BELL I would like to thank the doctors of the H u n t Clinic and the nurses of Second East at St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care and attention given me. Thanks also to my friends and neighbors for the cards, flowers, visits aixl for their kindness to my family while I was hospitalized. Fdna Bell PIANO WANTED USED, LOW UP-rlght model. Need not be In top shape. Pnone 328-4669. GERBILS FOR SALE. PHONE 327-1233. WANTED Two trailer mirrors. Phone 327-1150. SILVER TOY POODLES for sale. Phone 327-5149. Immediately MOBILE HOME WORKERS Openings available In finishing, framing, sheet metal and electrical. Steady work, good pay Apply 8 a.m. 4 p.m., Monday lo Friday Fort Macleod Industrial Parts Hangar No. 5 or Write Mr. R. Howorth NORTH WEST DESIGN AND FABRICATION LTD, Box 999 Fort Macleod, Alberta Phone 234-4421 FEMALE SIAMESE KITTENS for sale. Eight weeks old. Good with children. Phone 327-778S. CAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS, RADI-ators, batteries Highest prices Var-zarl Iron Ltd., 3308 2nd Ave. H. Phone 326-9042. RABBIT TO BE GIVEN away. Hutch included if wanled. Phone 345-3758. HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals steel and cast Batteries, radiators. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone POODLE PUPPIES FOR sale. Six weeks old. Phone 327-3222. Wednesday, July 22, 1970, Mervin Chester, aged 73 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Effie Norton, Arrow-wood. Born in Guthrie, Oklahoma, he came to Reid Hill district in 1906 and has resided in the County of Vulcan since. He was a member of the Arrow-wood Gospel Church and a member of Vulcan Golf and Country Club and one of the original members of the Alberta Wheat Pool, member of U.F.A. and was very active in sports. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Brian (Hose) Hodges, Edmonton; km sons, Janus, Ar-rowwood and Dwane, Orillia, Ontario; six grandchildren; two brothers', Ernest Norton of Castor and Clarence Norton in India; four sisters, Mrs. Eva Miller of Castor, Mrs. Minnie Shatto, Auburn, Washington Mrs. Don Beagel, Arrowwood and Mrs. Florence Sowles of Spokane; many nieces and nephews. Services at the Church Of The Brethren, Ar-rowwood, Monday p.m., Rev. Irvine Krause officiating. Interment at Mountain View Cemetery, Calgary. Vulcan Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. COCKER SPANIELS Can be seen at 2506 7th Avs. THE SALVATION ARMY NEEDS: Good used dotting, particularly children's clothing- This can be left at 412 1st Ave. S. or phons 328-2860 or for pickup service. BUS TENDERS The Raymond Catholic Separate School District No. 100, P.O. Box 3fi3 Raymond, Invites tenders on all or any one of the following transportation proposals. One only 1970 66 passenger school bus OR Lease cost of one only passenger school bus for periods of one, three, or flvs years OR Dally cost o? trenspdrtBtlon for one 66 passenger school bus for Raymond to Lethbridge for One, threa or year school term. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted Tenders close July 27, 1970. Specifications may be obtained from Mrs. Catherine Grbavac Secrstary Treasurer Raymond Catholic Separate school Dlsf. No. TOO P.O. Box 2S3 Phons 752-2042, Raymond TO GIVE AWAY, SOME pure white. Phone 327-9709. wish to i h a n k all those individuals and groups who helped in any way to enable us to accept our invitation to appear at Expo '70 Osaka. It was a truly memorable experience for us all. A special thanks to the City of Lethbridge and the Anne Campbell Singers without whose help the trip would not have been undertaken. Teen Clefs. WHITE TOY POODLES. Phone 362-2639, Blairmore. Mrs. Lily Catonio. SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radiators Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 306 33rt St. North CHIHUAHUAS FULLY grown males, and females and puppies. 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Phone 328-3423, after 5p.m. J! TRUCKS AND TRAIIIRS BUSINESS Cottage Owners CALGARY (CP) Public Works Minister Albert Lud-wig scolded Kananaskis Lake Association cottage owners yesterday for assuming coa! mining operations in the area southwest of Calgary would lead to ship mining. "Rumors of strip mining are mere fabrications of people who want to present a cross to you. "You should not exaggerate the situation and imgaine all sorts of disasters beforehand." Only seven per cent of coal mining areas hi the province are suitable for strip mining, he said. Mr. Ludwig told the association he was a "conservationist at heart" and not even the strongest conservationist would want to halt the resource development which made Alberta prosperous. "In my opinion I don't see how the mining companies involved will get pel-mission to do strip mining" hi the KananasMs area. One of the companies which held exploration permits in the area gave Item up several months ago saying mining activity would be uneconomical. cash paid for used truck and c--rs. TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS PhonB 327-93S5. PARLOR AND BARBER shop residential. Good location. Owner retiring. Phone 327-3926, evenings, phone 327-4034. MALE- FEMALE HELP 33 fEMAtE YOU LIKE TO MAKE 52 TO S6 per hour calling on established Fuller customers? Please mail enquiries to: R M. Williams, 1007 3rd Ave. S. I.eth-bridge. We wish to express our sincere thiinks to all friends for their many acts of kindness and sympathy following the loss of our dear husband and fatter, Norman. We thank all those who sent flowers, cards and food. A special thanks to all the doctors, nurses and staff on medical one at the Municipal Hospital. Your acts of kindness and thoughtful-ness will always be remembered. and Dianna Lynn. WILL DO COMPLETE SET OF BOOKS W my home. Phone M7-9873. GROUPS, CLUBS, OR OR-ganizatlons sell famous Watkins' vanilla or 30 pepper and 30 vanilla. Donation 125. Phone 327-7796. WILL BABYSIT IN MY OWH HOME. Phone 328-9886. SALE TWO APARTMENT houses and store, on main street. Lv-ing quarters. Priced for quick sale. Mrs. Robert Maetche, Box 215, 34A LICENCED EDUCATIONAL KRAOLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks io six yaars. Phone 328-2B3S. ACADEMY NOW IN CALGARY OFFERING EXCLUSIVELY KEY PUNCH OPERATOR TRAINING You may bt qualified to become a key punch operator through our tota Immersion practical training on modern up to date equipment In our new school. For aptitude tests and counselling phone: 265-9690 274-3467 300 334 8th AVe. 5.W. Calgary, Alberta OPPORTUNITY 23 UNIT APARTMENT BLOCK FOR SALE, SHOWING EXCELLENT RETURN. LOCATED IN LETHBRIDGE. WILL ACCEPT REASONABLE TRADE EITHER OH GOOD FARM LAND OR COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT TIM FILUK, SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED, PHONE 328-3331 OR 328-3443. TO TENDERERS THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE will receive Tenders addressed to the City Manager on the forms supplied and mailed or delivered to the office of the City Manager so ss to be received there prior to 11 :00 A.M., M.S.T., August 17, 1970 for the: CONSTRUCTION OF A SEWAGE SIPHON PIPELINE BETWEEN THE SOUTH AND NORTH SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS To commence on the Notlcft fa Proceed from the Consulting Engineer and to be completed by May 1, 1971. The approximate quantity Involved Is: lin. ft. of 20 In. welded pipe, and, Iln. ft. of 26 In, welded steel pipe Copies of the Specifications may be obtained from the Calgary and Lethbridge Offices of the Consulting Engineer upon a deposit of sso.oo in cheque made payable to the Consulting Engineer. The deposit will be refundable provided that the Plans and Specifications are returned In good condition within 14 days after the receipt of Tenders, in order to assure consideration of the Tender by the City each tenderer shall forward a Contract Deposit by a certified cheque made payable to the City of Lethbridge in. the amount Twenty Ftvt Thousand Dollars Also, to ensure consideration of the Tender by the City, each Tsndar must be accompanied by a Consent of Surety to furnish a Surety Bond In the form and substance, completed as required by the Contract Documants and in an amount of not less than fifty percent of the. total consideration, .including any allowance made for contingencies or for additional quantities. Sub-Contractors and Suppliers may view the Plans and Specifications 3f the Csigary and Lethbrldge Construction Association Offices. Mr. T. L. Ferguson, City Manager, City of Lethbrldge, Lethbridge, Alberta. Consulting Engineers, Underwood McLellan and Associates Limited, 2540 Kensington Road N. W., Calgory 42, Alberta, and, 401 Mayor Magraih Drive, P.O. Box No. 1090, Lethbrldge, 55 MALE EMPLOYMENT QUALIFIED TAPERS. PHONE 32B-3298. SPRING CLEAN UP All kinds of junk hauled away. Reasonable. Phone 327-2641. To all our friends who called or phoned to. express good wishes; to those who gave so generously of time and energy to make the evening so successful; to our sons, Wayne and Dennis, for their support and help, not only during Open House, but beforehand as well; for all the lovely cards and gifts (individual and that made our 25th Wedding Anniversary such a happy and commemorable event. We say, humbly and lovingly, "Thank You so much and may God bless you all." Rev and Mrs. John D. Elhard Whip up pretty put-togethers in creamy white or colors. Cotton crochet companions long vest, swingy skirt are summer's liveliest fashion. Use 3 strands string, big hook. Pattern 7173: NEW Misses' sizes 10-16 included. FIFTY CENTS (Coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited CO Front Street West Toronto 1, DRUMMER REQUIRES POSITION WITH BANO. PHONE BLA1NE, 647-3891. OPPORTUNITIES EARN MONEY IN SPARE TIMS Men or women to re-slock and collect money from New Type high quality coin-operated dispensers in your area. No selling. To qualify, must have car, references, 5750 to cash. Seven to twelve hours weekly can net ex-cellent Income. More full time, vie Invest with you and establish your route For personal Interview write: B V DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED, 5480 Tecumseh Road East, Windsor 19, Ontario. Include phons number. EXPERIENCED RIDER WILL EXER-clse horses pastured close to city limits free. Phone 327-0617. MUSIC Tate Trial Gets Under Way LOS ANGELES (AP) STEPS AND DRIVEWAYS DONE. REA-sonable rates. Phone 327-2438, 327-7398. TUITION ON GUITAR. Fred Kane. Phone 327-3897. 56 FARM HELP LOST AND WANTED MARRIED MAN FOR year-round woi'K on modern dairy farm, close to Lethbrldge. Modern home, lop wages. Write Pavan Dairy, P.O. Box 547, Lethbridge. No phone calls please. MALE SIAMESE CAT VIC1HI-ty 1207 12th Ave. N. Reward, phone 328-3265. TWO SIAMESE SEALP01NT mother and male kllten. Between 500 block and 13th Sf. N. Phone 328-9332. WISE INVESTORS FIRST TIME OFFERED N-w 108 suite complex In progressive c ty in the East, Kootenays. Gross per annum. This is a guaranteed investment. Deluxe 17 suite apartment block In North Okanagan. Gross Built by one of the eading builders in the Interior of British Columbia. Spacious one, two, and three bedroom suites. Owners will consider trades of clear title properties or equities. We have a wide selection of apartment buildings, large and small, as well as Retail, Lake-shore Resort and Office Complexes. LTD. 1561 Pandosy St., Kelowna, B.C. 763-4343. 37 FEMALE HELP SEIKO WATCH WITH WANTED EXPERIENCED TELLER. Apply Toronto Dominion Bank, 4th Ave. S., Lelhbridge. and blackface. Between 13th Ave. and 20th Ave. S. on 20th St. Reward. 327-5205. goes up today In the Siaron Tate murder trial with a young prosecutor ready to outline the state's case against four hippie-type defendants. Deputy District Attorney Vincent Bugliosi had promised that in bis "opening sttement lie would disclose the reason the beautiful, pregnant actress and six others were slain last August 9 and 10. "The motive is oven more bizarre than the killings he said. After Bugliosi finishes, the state is expected to begin calling a battalion of witnesses, aiming to prove that Charles Manson, 35, ordered his young followers on a murderous mission last August. The state will try to show that Manson held a strange dominance over members of his hippie-style including th three comely women on trial with Susan Atkins, 21, Leslie Van Houten, 20, and Patricia Krenwinkel, 22. All are charged with murder-conspiracy. The prosecution is expected to bring forth members of Man-son's nomadic cult to tell of their communal life at the Spahn Ranch and later at a tor-tress-like encampment n e a r Death WOOL PRESSER, EXPERIENCE PRE-ferred. Apply Park's Cleaners. MEMORIAMS BRAUN In loving memory of our little grandson, Kenton, who passed away July 24, 1964. He meant so very much to us, Thai nothing we can say, Can still the grief that is in our hearts, As we think of him each CUP READING, TUESDAY through Saturday, 3-9 p.m. at the Lotuf !nn Cafe. WOMAN TO COME INTO HOME three hours a day 'to do housekeeping duties for one. Phone 327-1297. CENTRE FOR ADVICE, Information and Direction. Phone 327-7323. MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO LIVE IN with couple. Light housekeeping duties. Must be able to drive car. Phone 328-1858. 2418 13th Ave. S. ONE CLUB For widowed, separated, divorced or otherwise unattached. Dancing, soda S, picnics and lust tun. Phone 327-14J6, 328-6439 or 328-3772. LOANS 4 EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER RE-quired by well-established firm. Write stating references and salary expected to Box 112, Herald. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED College Mall, phone 328-3331. The widest facility available.