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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 73 BUSINESS K DEATHS THOMPSON D 0 n a 1 Charles, aged 46 years, pasBtt away Wednesday, July 26, Iff! in Laguna Beach, Callforni brother or John M. Thompsoi of Spring Coulee, AJberta ant Mrs. Belh Liljestrom of 15t Sunset Ten-ace, Laguna Beac California. MM e d 0 n e N b (c H ti m h F si S K CI S M ai Li B Ix 0 ti P' 19 sn C 19 G In M M er B ni SI U vi in Ju ill of th B( 23 Wt H( wl Mi Fi to fir an turn wt 01 Go (A Ml ?e 01 ta gr sis Fu sa da Co wi tie in Ce thf TT ue M on un or G i R Ca wh mt on eti he 1 Fn anc mo ho T ha an T le Fij he ste or UI 0 mo re Wet 1 oh uni s air H rnin V? in icr it r. ct ,0 h! 10 CONFECTIONERY FOR SALE. GOOD location, on I3ih St. N., Lethbrlclfle AJ Inquiries phone 330-3-162. GROCERY TOR SALE BUSINESS ond equipment only. Reasonable to serious buyer. Apply corner 9lh Ave end 16 St. 5. 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO Agencies (1972) Lid. Collegl Mall, Phone 32B-3331 Residential, Commercial proper! lea Farms and ranches. Clly or Town Lowest Interest rates available. Firs and second MORTGAGE MONEY AVAILABLE OR MORE Mldlown lend you money on tho cquffy at your home, No resfrfcNons because oi: 1. Past Credit Passed awa on Tuesday, July 25, 197 Joseph Neil McNamara, FOR CONFIDENTIAL APPOINT-MEHT !N THE PRIVACY OF YOUR HOME, CALL N. J. GIESBRECHT 237-3181; EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS, 329-GOOJ. MIDTOWN MORTGAGE LOANS LTD. 1245 3rd Ave. S Lethbrldoe OUT OF TOWN ENQUIRIES WELCOME horn in Hamilton, Ontan and has resided in Fort Ma cleod since IMS. He drov Greyhound bus for many year and later was employed by th Queen's Motel until his retir ment in 1970. Survived by three sisters, Mrs. G. Halst, Mrs. B Tapping and Miss Mary Me Namara all of Hamilton. Th funeral service will be held i Holy Cross Roman Catholi Church, Friday at 10 a.m., Rev G. Fortier officiating. Inter ment Union cemetery. Friends may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. Funeral ar rangements by EDEN'S FU NERAL HOME LTD., Fort Ma cleod. 75 WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT WORK. Double J. Construction. 33B-3B70 or 3-15-4630. PAINTING AND DECORATING, Town and Country. Free estl males. WorK guaranteed. Reasonable rales. Phone or 237-9B04. ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, iry. Phone 32B-2071. Passed away o Tuesday, July 25, 1972, Mary M. JacKson, aged 74 years, be loved wife of the late Harolc Jackson of Pincher Creek. Bom and raised in Pincher Creel married Harold Jackson in Leti bridge in 1921 and has resided in Pincher Creek until her death. She was member of the Pin cher Creek United Church WA and a charter member of Pincher Creek IODE. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs Jean Tucker, Pincher Creek Mrs. Hazel Stone of Craig, Mon tana; several nieces and nephews. The funeral service wi be held in the Pincher Cree' United Church on Friday a p.m. with Mr. Bob Fillie officiating, with interment in Fairview Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to th Alberta Heart Fund, Box 68 Pincher Creek. Funeral ar rangemenls by EDEN'S FU NERAL HOME LTD., Pinche Creek. C332 McLEAN Oliver, passei away in Raymond on ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING, PHONE JONES ROOFING, 32B-5J4S. ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, roofing spec alizing In chimneys, brick, cemcnf blocks, cemenf finishing, sluc-colng, fireplaces, house raising. 37B-OlrSfi. C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaction equipment. Concrete equlpmenl. C o r r o 1 cleaning. Phone 32B-476S, 1410 2nd Ave. S. GARAGE BUILDING CEMENT work and sluccoinq. Anderson and Sorenson Conslrudion, 1020 7lh Ave S. Phone 327-e56B2. RAINBOW PAINTING AND DECOR ating Wall paper, vinyl end spray Ing. Free eslimales. Phone 320-21 54 J RRED STEINER CEMENT WORK old basement dug. water proofing. In eured, free eslimales. Phone 3278336 JERRY AND CASEY'S DRYWALL Phone 337-7069 or 328-34B7. FENCES, SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, driveways, garages, cupboards, tram-Ino, finishing and term worK. Free es llmales. Guaranteed workmanship. No lob tg imall. Phone 329-WB7 or TO ALL TYPES OF CAR-penlry work, remodelling and repairing; also driveways, sidewalks, polios, elc Town or country. Phone 328-2077, day or evening or 336-2237, BOX NUMBERS 17, 2J, 32, 33, -44, 56, 57, 61, 63, beloved husband of Mrs Hazel McLean of Raymond Mr. McLean was bom in Scof fielf, Utah., on October 29, 189 and came to Canada with his parents in 1901 settling In Ray mond, where he had spen a good portion of his life. He was married to Hazel Marie Kunz, of Vinton, Iowa on Jan uary 19, 1916. He was an active member of Uio LDS Church having filled two missions for the church, one in the Northern States Mission and the other with his wife in the Hawaii Mission of the Church, and was a member of the High Priests Quorum. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife Hazel, two sons Donalc K. of Seattle, and Oliver Logan of Fort Nelson, B.C.; three daughters Mrs. Leonard (Laura) Watson of Raymond, Mrs. Stanley (Jean) Barker 01 Rosemary and Mrs. Geralc (Mary) Watson of Lethbridge, 30 grandchildren and ihree great-grandchildren; one brother Joseph ol Raymond and sister Leona of Spokane, Wash. Funeral Services will be leld in the Second Ward LDS Chapel, in Raymond on Friday, July 28th at 2 p.m., with Elder Robert L. Fraser of the second Ward Bislionric Interment will follow in .he Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may meet the family Jiiii pay their respects from 1 ).m, prior to tin service in the ounge room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. PUBLIC OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT MM) HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by Ihe undersigned up ?o 11 o'clock A M Standard Time on Tutsday, August 0, 197J Cor Ihe following work: CONSTRUCTION OF A PRESTRESSED CONCRETE GIRDER BRIDGE OVER MOSQUITO CREEK AT NANTON Contracts and Specifications may be oblalned al the Office ot the Chief Bridge Eng neer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Office of Ihe DJslrJcf- Engineer, AtJm nlslrallon Building, Lethbridge, and Ollice of Ihe Dlslric Eng neer. Highways Building, Calgary And will be available only 1o Individuals domiciled and operating in Ihe Province ol Alberta, cr to partnerships or corporations registered and opertalng and wno have established a flxea place of business In the Prov. Ince of Alberla. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars (525.00) will be required for each copy ol Contract and Specifications laken. Each bid must be accompanied by B marked cheque of bond equal to 1D% of tender. Tenders will be opened In public. The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted. V. E. MfCune DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice Is hereby given that Ihe undersigned In'ends lo apply lo The Albcrla Liqucr Conlrol Board for by Ine gloss for consumplicn cnly on the licensed portion c' Ific premises in amor dance v.'i'fi Ihe provisions cf The Liquor Liccnsinn Act and Ihe Regulations made thereunder with respect to tho (allowing described premises: Name of Applicant EILEEN P. KAKUK ALBERTA HOTEL Address GRANUM. ALBERTA Lot 23 end U Block 5 Plan No. 961 J Objecllons lo this fipplicalion shall PROVINCE DbPARTMENT Dated Bt Lcthbridqa, 'Alberta, tills Ulh day oi July, 1972. EILEEN P. KAKUK HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up lo 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Tuesday, Aug-51 B, 197J for Ihe following work: CONSTRUCTION OF A PRECAST PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BRIDGE OVER BOULDER CREEK NORTH OF SWAN Deaths yesterday By TI1F. CANADIAN PRESS D u b 1 1 n -L n d y GiiLhrie, 67, wdow of singe director Sir Tyrone GuLliric and a writer and opera singer in her own rifihL Montronl-Dr. Frank Gordon Pcdlcy, 110, who became professor of medicine fit Columbia University and was awarded a Military Cross during the First World in Brockvillc. Aspen, Colo.-Lance Ttcvcn-llow, 37, cor-rnce driver and son of Woolworth heiress Barbara .Hutlon; in a piano nee] at Ihe Office of the Chief Br dge Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Ofiice ol Ihe Dlslricl En-lineer. Administration Building, and Ollice ot Ihe District Engineer, H ghways Building, Calgary and will be available only lo Individuals domiciled and operating In Ina Prov nee ot AlbcrlB, or to partner-hips or corporations registered nnd iporlalno nnd who hAvo established n fixed place of business In tho Prov-nee ol Alber a. A deposit ol Dollars (175.00) will ho required or each copy ct Contract and Speculations taken. Each bid must bq ac-ontpnled by marked chtrfut or wnd equal lo 10% of tender. Tenders v II opened In public. The lowest r any lender not necessarily accepted. V. E. McCune DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT C-7 -s DEATHS 1 femoriainj I FUNERAL ZEUNSKY William, pas ed away in the city on Thur day, July 27, 1972, at tho ag of 20 years, after a lengthy i ness, beloved son of Mrs. Cat erine Zelinsky of 727 17 S North. He was born in Let bridge on July 23, 1952 and a (ended the Catholic Cenlr High School. He was also a live in the YMCA. He leaves mourn his passing besidf his loving mother, one brothc Fred of Pittsburg, tw sisters Mrs. Ronhild Man Sipos of Aurora, Illinois, an Kathy at home; also his pa crnal grandmother Mrs. Nanc Slemko of Paris, Ont.; an aun Mrs. Del Winters of Lethbridg an! uncle Paul Aucoins also c Lethbridge; three cousin Brian, Eoy and Theresa Lethbridge; three uncles i Ontario and numerous rela lives in Npva Scotia. He wa predeceased by his father 1955. Requiem Mass will b said in the St. Basil's Catholi Church on Saturday, July 1972 at 10 a.m., with Faihe Gaston Marien as celebran Interment will follow in th Calvary Section of th Mountain View Cemetery. Pray ers will be said in the S Basil's Church on Friday eve ning at p.m. CHRISTEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser C332 THIESSEN Passed awa Coaldale on Wednesda; July 25, 1972, following a brie illness, Mr. Jakob J. Thiesse of Coaldale, beloved husband o 'he late Mrs. Anna Thiessen Born in White, Russia, Octobe 23, 1892, the late Mr. Thiesse was raised and educated there He later moved to Germany where he married the forme Miss Anna Schulz following th First World War. They cam .0 Canada in 1923 and settler, in Herbert, Saskatchew an and then resided for som time in Glidden, Sask. The moved to Coaldale in 1942 where he has resided until his jassJng. He was predecease one son, Jakob and by hi oving wife and is survived b four daughters, Mrs. D. (Louise Goertzen, of Coaldale, Mrs. I (Alma) Dick, of Surrey B.C Mrs. A. (Eva) Dyck, of Seve Persons, Mrs. J. (Olga) Bay 'ord of Fort McMurray, Alber 18 grandchildren, tw jreat grandchildren and on sister, Mrs. J. (Katherina Funk of Coaldale. The funera service will be held on Satur day at Z p.m. in the Mennonit Conference Church, Coaldale with Rev. Peter Retilaff ofE dating. Interment will in the family plot, Coaldali Cemetery. Friends may pay .heir respects at Martin Bros Traditional Chapel, 812 3 Aven ue S. phone 328-2361 and at th Mennonite Conference Church in Saturday from p.m until just prior to the service MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc ors of Funeral Service. C3324 Greenpeace leaking fuel RAROTONGA, Cook Islands Reuter) Greenpeace III, Canadian-owml protest yach which sailed from New Zealand into the French nuclear testing one at Mururoa atoll, is on its etum trip and leaking fuel al he rate of 120 gallons a day. The yacht collided with warship near Mururoa the resulting damage lore extensive Uian at firsl hought. The Greenpeace Foundation barged that the yacht had been ammed by the warship. The yacht's new skipper, el Ingram of Britain, said yacht would be making for via Tonga, to go on n slip here as no such facilities cx- sted in Rarotonga. She will sail or Tonga today and reach Fiji ji tivo weeks. CLC secretary OTTAWA (CP) John Si londs, 43, of Ottawa, has been ppointed executive secretary the Canadian Labor Con- the congress announced Vednesday. Mr. Simonds, native of Saint N.B., has been in the mion movement since 1951. He at present international af- lirs director of the CLC. He will replace Arthur Ilem- ning who recently retired. MORE GOING WINNIPEG (CD Labor [inistcr Rus Paullcy says icre nre more people moving it of Manitoba than moving in. "r. PBiilloy enys that figures low that in Uw year ended 31, 1071, approximately people Ictt Manitoba, hilo people moved Into o province. BRANTNER Funeral ser vice for Mr. Christian (Chris: Brantner, beloved husband ol Mrs, Elna Brantner of 1908 Oth Ave. S. who died in tho city Wednesday, July 19, 1972, after a brief illness at the age of 79 years, was held at p.m Friday in the Immanuel Luth eran Church with Pastor W. F, Schoepp officiating. Pallbear ers were Frerl Nelson, Oscar Rome and Ken Mueller, EC Suskus and Ken McCoy. Honor- ary pallbearers were Jack Ash- more, Sherman Hill, E. P. Mil- ler, ICimball Anderson, Gus Roioff, Alex Christian, Mark Fuller, Dean Smith, Tom Ad- ams, Louis Metzgcr and Jack Murray. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in- charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS DAVIS _ I would like to thank my doctors and nurses for their kind consideration to me, while a patient in the Muni- cipal Hospital; also to my friends and relatives lor flowers, cards and visits. Davis. 6139 NITS I would sincerely like to thank my doctor and the nurses of St. Michael's Hos- pital (First Main and Intensive Care) for their wonderful care and kindness; relatives and friends for cards, flowers, pres- ents and visits during my stay in hospital. Thank you everyone. -Louis Nits. 6151 VEDRES I would like to thank the doctors and nurses of the second floor at the Muni- cipal Hospital; my family, friends and relatives for the many visits, cards and gifts, and Father Fields and Father Laverty. Mary Vedres. 6137 ALLEN I wish lo express my sincere thanks to my doctors End the nurses on the Fourth Floor of Lethbridge Municipal Hospital; to Lhe Lelhbridge As- sociation for the Mentally Re- tarded, Lethbridge Horticultural Society, the staff and trainees of Sunrise Ranch; to my many friends for their gifts, cards and best wishes during my recent stay in the hospital. Allen. 6150 IN MEMORIAMS ROLLINGSON In loving memory of a dear husband and ather, Jim, who passed away July 27, 1971. A heart of gold stopped beating Hard working hands at rest, God broke cur hearts to prove to us, He only tr.kes the best. and sadly missed by his ivife and family. 6140 IIELVVIG In loving mem- ory of a dear son and brother, Bob Helwig, who passed away iuddenly July 26, 1967. Sadly missed alcng life's way, Quietly remembered every day. No longer in our lives to share, But in our hearts he is al- ways there. loved, remembered and sadly missed by mom, dad, Dick and Diane. 6138 KOMM In loving memory f a loving father, now a grand- a t h e r, Fritz Komm, who assed away July 26, Ten years since you left us, on (liat day That broke our hearts in so many ways, We hoped and prayed that day would never come, When we would have to say thousand good byes. But dad, I still remember those happy years, When (here was not a worry or the shed of tears, And those memories will always last, Since we can not forget a joyful past. So dad, I shall leave you In Gcds hands, Til we arc joined logetlicr in that promised land, And will always remember you till then. So thank you dad for the dud you've been. missed by Linda, John nnd Huffy 6196 Thuriday, July 27, 1972 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 21 HURT TRUES Snowmobiles can d n m a R e wng trees by breaking tree ps whli'li protrudo nbova tho ow. Wage rates double in decade Jly JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) Basic union wage rales in the construction industry more than doubled In Canada between 1961 and 1971 and rose a further five per cent in the first three months of 1972, Statistics Canada reports. The retieral statistics bureau, in the first of a new series of re- ports, compiled basic wage rates for 14 cities and 12 con- struction trades ranging from laborer to structural steel erec- tor. The figures do not include fringe benefits, wages paid to non-union workers, or wages paid outside the major cities. Eased on 1961 wage rates equalling 100, the average for all construction trades in all cit- ies rose to 207.9 last year and to 217.4 in the first quarter of 1972. The greatest increases since were reflected in the ind- ices for laborers and reinforcing steel and 231.5 respectively in the first quarter of this year. The indexes cannot be inter- preted to show that one con- struction trade is "better paid" than another. They show only the increases In base pay rates under union contracts for each trade since 1961, without deter- mining whether one trade or an- other was better paid In the base year. The average of all trades, however, is computed to reflect the relative strength of each trade in the over-all total. Sta- tistics Canada found, on the basis of 1901 census data on em- ployment by trades, that car- penters, for instance, account for about 30 per cent of total construction activity. ABOVE AVERAGE Carpenters' wages last year were at an Index of shade over double the 1961 rates. In the first quarter of 1972 they rose to an index of 214.3 The smallest increases since 1961 were paid to bricklayers, whose wages rose in 1971 to an index of 194.0, and in the first quarter of 1972 to 2M.5. Among the 14 cities, the larg- est Increases were paid In Ot- tawa and Saint John, N.B. Con- struction wages in the federal capital rose to an index of 225 9 last year, and to 247.1 in the Pipe defect caused spills TORONTO (CP) Harvey Clare, environmental coordina- tor for Imperial Oil Ltd., said Wednesday that "undetectable in a product pipeline at Resolute Bay, N.W.T., were the cause of two recent spills of air- plane fuel. The spills occurred at a stor- age terminal owned by the fed- eral ministry of transport operated by Imperial. Mr. Clare said Imperial was j not responsible and that the1 company had previously sent the government recommenda- tions on upgrading the facility to guard against such incidents. first three months this year. Similar indexes for Saint John were 225.0 last year and 245.4 In the first quarter of 1972. Other city Indices reported by Statistics Canada for 1971 ind the first quarter of 1972, all based on 19G1 wage rates equal- ling 100, are: St. John's, Nfld., 166.3, 176.6; Halifax 209.3, 225.6; Quebec 2J3.4, 230.5; Montreal 215.0, 217.4; Toronto 201.6, 214.6; Hamilton 223.4, 237.0; Windsor 227.6, 237.3; Winnipeg 138.1, 206.8; Regina 198.0, 198.8; Cal- gary 19G.7, 207.4; Edmonton 195.9, 206.2; Vancouver 199.5, 207.8. REFUSED EDMONTON (CP) Arthur Piche, 24, of Beaver Crossing was sentenced to seven days In jail or a fine Wednesday after pleading guilty to refusing to fight a forest fire. RELAX THIS SUMMER WITH A NOW SAVE HUNDREDS at... DUNLOP FORD 1972 FORD COURIER 1BOO c.c., 4 cylinder, i speed, 650x14 tires, up to 1400 Ib. load capacity. Ford's [idle import. 6 units in slockl Hurry while they losll NOW Final model year orders have been placed with Ihe fac- tory. These can are now arriving daily and wa must keep our inventory moving to make room. "The Heat's Really On" al Dunlop Ford so come inl Compare! Make your choicel Make your offerl Over 100 brand new 72'i to choose from al the coolest prices in lawn. OUR PRICES HAVE BEEN MELTED! SAVE! Al 1972 TORINO 4-DQOR PILLARED HARDTOP 8 cylinder, aulomolic, vinyl roof, POV.-C sleering, Power brnkes. SPECIAL COOL BUYS WHILE THE li HEAT'S ON! Record new car sales hove caused a serious overstocked condition In our used car department. "Tha Heal Is Really On" to move them out. Sea us today For a great deal on the newer car of your choice. Every car marked down this week, in an all out effort to reduce our inventory. 30 DAY UNCONDITIONAL WARRANTY ON ALL A-l USED CARS AND CARE" Open Hours: Wwkdoyi 8 a.m. fa 9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. la j p.m. LOW RATE FINANCING AIL ARRANGEMENTS MADE HERE Corner M.M. Drive and 16th Ave. S. Ph. 328-8861 ;