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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta I Birilu, 1 I Of 3Uu, Jn ft 'Icmariaini DEATHS FLETCHER Passed away In Lethbridge on Tuesday, June 13, 1972, Mr. J. Elmer Fletcher at the age of 74 years, beloved husband of Airs. Flor- ence Fletcher of 930 7th Street South- Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2529 HARDER Passed away in Canmore on Sunday, June 11, 1972, Michael Rodney (Mickey) Harder at the age of 14 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harder of Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will bo announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C252B SOLTYS Passed away In Lethbridge on Saturday, June 10, 1972, Mr. Stanley Nicholas (Jackie) Soltys, at the age of 20 years. The funeral service be held on Wednesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL C H A P E L, 703 13th Street North, with Captain I. Keith Bayers officiating. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2526 de BELLE Passed away in Cardston on Sunday, June 11, 1972, Mrs. Thelma June de Belle at the age of 37 beloved wife of Mr. John do Belle of Cardston. Besides her loving husband she is survived by one son, John Charles; her mother, Mrs. P. Juleff; one sis- ter, Mrs. B. (Barbara) Nash, both of Sydney, Australia. Tho funeral service will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in Mar- lin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL 703 13lh Street North. Phone 328-2361, with Itev. L. D. Hank- inson officiating. Cremation will follow. MARTIN BROS- LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2527 iNU-West Homes Ltd. CARD OF THANKS STADDON The Staddon family sincerely thank the doc- tors and staff of the Coaldale Community Hospital for their wonderful care to a dear hus- band and father, the late Bort Staddon. Also to pallbearers, Father F. McCabe, the ANAF, staff and choir of St. Joseph's School, the Canadian Legion, Coaldale Drug Store, Coaldale Steak House, the C.W.L., Coal- dale, the staff at Martens I.G.A., Frache's Flower Shop, and to the members of T.O.P.S., to our numerous friends for Masses, cards, flowers, baking and donations to the T.B. and Respiratory Diseases Associa- tion, for the love and kindness during our recent bereavement, words cannot describe our thanks to you all. Rose Staddon and Family 372G reach safety net profits iincrease TuMttay, Jimi T3, 1971 THf imTBRIDOl HRAID 21 Anti-duinpiiig duties imposed' ou bicycle tires and tubes CALGARY (CP) When tee, including a cost-free ser- SAIGON (Reuter) Nearly civilian survivors have reached safety from the shat- tered provincial capital of An Loc which has been under siege for the last 70 days by North Vietnamese forces, a Saigon command spokesman said today. The refugees were picked up by South Vietnamese forces about six miles south of An Loc at Tan Khai and taken south by truck Monday. Ralph T. Scurfield paid tor a 25 per cent interest in Nu- iWcst Homes Ltd. in 1957, the company was building about 40 lomes a year and facing finan- cial trouble. Last year, renamed Development Corp, Ltd., the company had a net profit of 1.2 million on sales of million compared with a 19G7 profit of on sales of 512.1 million. The company now builds 1, GOO homes a year, mainly in Al- berta and British Columbia. Other asses Is include several IN MEMORIAMS HLAVEK In loving, mem- ory of Netti Hlavek, a dear wife, who passed away June 13, 19C8. I never knew that morning, What sorrow the day would bring. The blow was sudden, the Government sources reporled thai civilians were killed, wounded or reported missing from the town of The siege now appears to be lifting from the town. In the air war, U.S. bombers flew to within 40 miles of the Cliinese border Monday and de- stroyed a bridge on the main rail link with Hanoi, a U.S. command spokesman said today. The raid was made on the day China warned that bombing areas close to the Sino-Vietnam- ese border was a threat to Chinese security. shock severe, To lose the one I loved so dear. I miss.your smile, your cheer- ful way, I miss the things you used to say. When happy days I oft' recall 'Tis tten I miss you most of all. Precious forever are mem- ories of you Today, tomorrow and all life through. remembered by her husband Sam. 3680 GUSTUM Passed away in the city on Sunday, June 11, 1972, Mrs. Mary Anna (Marie) Gustum at the age of 88 years, of Monarch, beloved wife of tho late Mr. Edwin Gustum. Born, raised and educated in Norway, the late Mrs. Gustum came to North Dakota in 1S07, where she homesteaded, moving to Lethbridge in 1011. In 1912 she took up a homestead at En- chant, moving to Vauxhall in 1937, where she farmed until Belling the farm in 1908. Later that year she bought a farm in Monarch, where she resided until ill health forced her to re- tire. The lale Mrs. Gustum was a member of the Ladies Aid So- ciety 01 the Enchant Lutheran Church. She was predeceased by her husband, Edwin in 1958 and is survived by two sons, Thoralf of Vauxhall and Fred of Lethbridge; one daughter, Miss Alice Gustum of Carmangay; 15 grandchildren; 27 great- grandchildren; one sister, and one brother of Claresholm. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at p-m. in the Enchant Lutheran Church, Rev. Jim Rismiller officiating. Interment will follow in the En- chant Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of ncral Service. C2530 KROGMAN Karla Dayle, passed away in the city on Sat- urday, June 10, 1972, at the age of 15 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K> Krogman of 2106 15th Ave. S. Karla was horn and raised in Lethbridge. She received her elementary and junior high schooling at Gilbert Paterson and had attended the LCI for the past year. She was very in- terested in handicrafts, needle- work, art and music and was an enthusiastic participant in all her activities. Besides her loving parents she is survived by two brothers, Lome and Barton, both of Lethbridge; one sister, Lcxie at home; 12 aunts and uncles, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Krogman of Red Deer, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Krogman of Winnipeg, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tolley, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Tol- ley and Mrs. Ethel Champney, all of Fort Macleod, Mrs. Laura Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Max Ackroyd of Glenwood. Funeral services will be held Wednes- day, June 14, 1072 at 2 p.nv, in the Lethbridge Stake Chapel, with Bishop Ralph pier offi- ciating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. until prior to the service at the church. The family is sympathetic to the Alberta Heart Fund (1703 15th St. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- HLAVEK In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- mother, who passed away sud- denly, June 13, 1968. Your end was very sudden It made us weep and cry. The saddest part of all, mom You never said goodbye. Each time we see your pic- lure You seem to smile and say, "Don't cry I'm only sleeping We'll meet again some day." For those who have a mother Treat her with loving care, For you will never know tha heartache 'Til you know that she's not there. remembered by daughter Lydia, Wayne, grandchildren, Carrie Sher- rilfie, Sandra and Cameron, S881 New collunator installed at hospital PINCHER CREEK (Special) At the recent advisory board meeting of St. Vincent's Hospi- tal a request was received from the Alberta Hospital Services Commission for fur- ther information regarding the western portion of the Munici- pcal District of Pineher Creek No. 9 which is now included In the Crowsnest Pass hospital district. Details of the number of land- owners concerned have been passed on to the commission and it is hoped that this land will eventually be included in the new Pineher Creek Hospi- tal District. A new collimator for the port- able x-ray has recently been in- stalled by Siemens Ltd. Five new beds have been re- ceived and are greatly appre- ciated by the patients and nursing staff. Three beds were purchased by the hospital, one bed through the ladles auxiliary and one do- nated in memory of the late Alec Barclay. Approval was given for F. Rullan, laboratory technician, to attend the training program on crossmalching and blood banking to be held in Septem- ber. The board was advised of new regulations covering man- datory inspection and approval of the hospital's clinical labora- tory facilities by the Alberta Hospital Services Commis- sion during 1972. A successful fire drill was held in May. This showed that all members of the staff were well aware of their duties. The in-training program on coron- ary c a r e f or the nursing staff was reported to be going very Teachers assigned to schools TABER (HNS) Fourteen new teacher appointments and three teacher transfers have been approved by the Taber public school board. Appointed were: Mrs. Joan Anderson, Barn- well to Barnwell grade 3; Keith Jones, Taber to Kinniburgh grades 5 and 6 and principal; Mrs. Jeanne Westwood, Corona- tion to W. R. Myers High School, Taber (business educa- Mrs. Pat Jones, Grassy Lake to Chamberlain (Grassy Lake) grades 6 and 6; Bruce Oka, Lethbridge to Vauxhall Ele- mentary grade 6; Eric Johnson, Teber to W. H. Myers, Taber (social Miss Janice McPhail, Edmonton to Vault- hall High Miss Cyn- thia Bright, Medicine Hat to Chamberlain (English and dra- Miss Sandra Snowden, Taber to Chamberlain elementary; Miss Diane Terleski, Leth- bridge to Hays grade 1 and 2; Miss Judith Mackenzie, Innis- free to Hays (social Mrs. Gail Heffel, Edmonton to Vauxhall High (home Mrs. Eva Peterson, Taber to Kinniburgh grades 3 and 4; and Gordon Heffel, Edmonton to Vauxhall High School (sci- Transferred within the DM- wholly-owned subsidiaries, in- cluding Calgary Construction Products Ltds., Rosemont Ren- tal Developments Ltd., Nu-Wesl Investments Ltd., Nu-West rea Estate and Insurance Ltd., ant Hclmer Homes Ltd. NEW POLICY A major step this year was the Introduction of a 10-yea warranty on all homes the com pany builds in Calgary, Ed monton, Vancouver and Kam loops. Mr. Scurfield, now 44 an< president of Nu-West, believe the warranty is the first of its kind In North America. "A few building companie. in .Canada and the U.S. are a present offering a five-yea warranty but I don't of any that is going to tlu length." Nu-West's one-year guaran ice policy, still is part of the arranty which, in effect, pro- ects the original owner against ny major defects in workman- lip or materials which may rise during the 10-year period. This is Ihe result of strict uality control, something Mr. curfield is adamant about. "In the eyes of the many of he public, the building industry ocs not have the best image. Ve're aware of this situation. "What we're saying is we're prepared to warrant our prod- uct for 10 years, and by this ve're really upgrading the rest the industry which we think vill follow our move. It has to.'" The company, which previ- ously had a live-year warranty, las a service charge for work under the guarantee after the first year has expired. This is for the first half hour of labor and ?10 for each addition- al hour to a maximum of one per cent of the price of the house and lot. These terms ap- ply to the second to fifth years of the warranty-and increase to a maximum of three per cen of the original cost during thi final five years. CUSTOMER BENEFITS "It is intended to ensure the customer that he will neve have a major repair bill durin; the 10-year Mr. Scur field says. We're Just giving him, to large extent, peace of mind. W really feel if we build our prod- ct well, there will bo few oc- aslons when people do have lajor structural problems." He was working In Edmonton s a construction supervisor vhen he got the chance to buy nto Nu-West homes. "I decided if I was going to ive here and raise a family, my reputation and my intcg- ily was the most important as- lect of my life. "We spent the first three months servicing Nu-West lomes that had been built 1'i o two years earlier, knocking on each door to see if the owner had any problems." OTTAWA (CP) Anti-dump- ing duties have been imposed on jicycle tires and tubes from Austria, Japan, tlic Nether- lands, Sweden and Taiwan. The duties were announced In the Canada Gazette, the official government publication, with an announcement that the anti- dumping tribunal will begin hearings June 26 into the dump- ing. If Ihe hearing finds that tho Mark anniversary MOSCOW (CP) A group of Russians and Canadians gath- ered in Friendship House here Monday night to mark the 30th anniversary of the establish- ment of diplomatic relations be- tween the two countries, Tass news agency reported. dumping has hurt Canadian manufacturers, the duties will be continued. If no Injury to Ca- nadian businesses res'ulted from the dumping, the duties will be refunded. Dumping is selling goods abroad at prices less than in the country of origin. WANTS GAY PAREE PARIS (Reuter) The Paris city government has elected its first woman de Hauteclocque, 59, niece o( Gen, LeCIerc, who led B'rench troops into Paris when it was liberated in 1944. Mme. de Hau- teclocque said after her elec- tion: "Paris must be gayer and better lighted, and people must learn to leave their television sets and get to know their city better." REffT-A-BOBCAT Available by Ihe Day, Week or Month (with or O BatV Filling Driveway Excavating CorraE Cleaning Phone nut optrolor) Landscaping Hog Cleaning Hauling 328-4765 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Avemiu S, Please Keep For Further Reference sion were Donald A. Ferguson from social studies to vice-prin- cipal, W. R. Myers High School, Taber; Robert Seaman from Hays to Chamberlain (social studies) and Mrs. Shirley Hir- sche from Kinniburgh to Vaux- hall Elementary grade 4. tors of Funeral Service. C2531 USED BV ALL Some form of the abacus, an instrument used for mathemati- cal calculations, was used in all the civilizations of antiquity. notice RETURN OF SOFT DRINK CONTAINERS Under the provisions of the BEVERAGE CONTAINER ACT all soft drink containers sold in Alberta for off-premise consumption are refundable at the rate of at least 2 cents for each container returned. BOTTLES All soft drink BOTTLES are refundable at a retail outlet that sells that brand and type of soft drink bottle. well. The St. John's Ambulance Brigade of Lethbridge attended a recent session to give demon- strations on new methods of life saving. Active 20-30 club formed at Cranbrook CRANBHOOK (Special) Mort Downey, expansion chair- man for 20-30 Active Interna- tional in Western. Canada, has announced the first club in British Columbia. The new club, at Cranbrook, will see its Charter Night June 17. The club, which already has several chapters in Alberla and hundreds In the United States and Latin America, is primar- ily meant for young men be- tween the ages of 20 and 39, The organization, over 50 years old, has as its main ob- jectives, development of the in- dividiual, public speaking, fel- lowship and child welfare. The Cranbrook organization, already 20 strong, hopes to be- come an integral part of ser- viceable citizenship in the com- munity and area. The group, with President Brian Wilson, has already started on the road to service by aiding in a local blood drive and helping handicapped chil- dren, representative of its mot- to, "A man never stands so tall as when he kneeU to help a child." CANS All soft drink CANS of the following brands are refund- able at an approved return depot: Allan's Ginger Beer America Dry Ginger Ale Canada -Dry Products Carlton Club Co-op Colt's Cragmont Crush Products Diet 7-Up Hires Root Beer Hi Spot Quickade Rooti-Root Beer 7-Up Shasta Top Valu Royal Crown Cola Viva Wink Zing FAITHFUL MAN Jews, Christians and Moslems alike accept the biblical Abra- ham as an exemplary model of the man of unswerving faith. TOLL CLIMBS NEW DELHI (Reuter) A heat wave across northern India has taken at least 40 more lives in Bihar state In the last 24 hours, officials said Monday. All soft drink CANS of the following brands are refundable at a retail outlet that sells that brand of can. Pepsi Cola Products Coca-Cola Products These companies are not associated with depots, and the depots do not accept cans of these brar.- To locate your nearest return depot, look for signs posted in retail outlets selling soft drinks. All beverage containers to be returned must be in "reasonably identifiable The physi- cal condition of cans (flattened, dented) does not matter, providing the brand name is identifiable. The retailer need not accept more than 24 containers per person per day. A depot need not accept more than containers per person per day, Refunds must be in cash unless the customer agrees to accept merchandise for the cash value of the containers. Save this advertisement and bring the provisions of the BEVER- AGE CONTAINER ACT to the attention of the retailer if you encounter difficulties in obtaining refunds. If you have a legitimate complaint about non-compliance with the BEVERAGE CONTAINER ACT, state it, IN WRITING, address- ed to: BEVERAGE CONTAINER ACT Department of the Environment 10040 104th Street Edmonton, Alberta department of the environment GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA W. J. Yurko, P.Eng. Minister Dr. E. E. Ballantyna Deputy Minister ;