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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 70 GARDENING FRANK'S ROTOTI'_UNG PROMPT larvlce. Phone LLOYD'S R07OT1LLING, WITH MEW machine. Phone 378-2417. 1373-H FOR YOUR INSTANT LAWN Call Chief Mountain Sod Service a I 32S-C924 MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pfunino, trimming And fell- Ing. Call 328-209J. 7030-1 f r-OR NEW IAWNS REEDYK LANDSCAPING TREES FOR SALE BLUE SPRUCE, assorted Evergreens and Green Ash. Eight lo 15 ft. tall. Our machine plants these trees lor you In minutes. Phoni for appointment 1o see these choice Irees. 7-169-1W 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRESH FRYERS, PAN READY ON dorcn lols. 40 cents per Ib. deliv- ery. Also custom killing. H. Dyck, 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES SEALPO1NT SIAMESE KITTENS, each. Phon? 733-4653, Turin, after 6 p.m. 3J77-1J AQUARIUMS FIVE, SEVEN, 15, 30 gallon lanks end accessories, Ircpkal fish 1ef1. 941 1-llh Street South. J302-16 THREE PERSIAN KITTENS TO BE given away to good homes. House trained. Eiqhl weeks old. Phone ISb- 3429, Magrarh. 3803-15 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES HARDWARE STORE FOR SALE IN Lelhbridse. Pilone 328-7148, filler 6 p.m. C24B8.17 LEAVING CITY BEAUTY PAR lour fcr sale. Good location downtown Easy terms. Phone 327-207? or 316- 4945, atler 5 p.m. 3778-U FOR SALE CHOCOLATE BA. R vending machine and hoi drink vend Ins machine. Phone J23-3SOS, Tal-cr. TOURIST ATTRACTION FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT WITH BANQUET ROOMS Good equipment. Completely renovat ed recently. MENS WEAR BUSINESS IN CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Approximately cash will han die Ihe deal. LADIES DRESS SHOP WITH STOCK Fixtures and buildings Apply L.S 34S-333J or Rcfler Hand ley 345-fE6i OLIVER HANOLEY REAL ESTATE MAKE MONEY AND BUILD YOUR OWN BUSINESS IN YOUR SPARE TIME A unique opportunity occurs to secur your future financial Independence b joining us. Oyr company requires rellabl people who by devoting four to seve hours each week can have their 'ow business. Successful applicants wHI be given exclusive areas. As no persona selling 1s involved this business can be run parallel with your normal work. Earnings will be In relation to size o area control. Cap! fa I Investment mln ma I, however, good credit reference necessary for quallElcBUon. For odd tional Information wrlfe Incluttfn! phont number to Box 113, Herald. 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY Schwarlz Agencies (1972) Ltd. College Mall, Phone K8-33J1 ResFdenMal, Commercial ptoperlles and second mortgages. Home Mortgages Available to Or More payments by more than 50 per cent and repay according to you quall'ied btidgef. No special qualificatory. If you ha1 in your home, call a MIDTOWf man today. For confldentiaT appolnlmenf 1n th privacy of your PHONE N. J. GIESBRECHT 327-2181 Evenings and Weekends 328-0005 MIDTOWN MORTGAGE AND LOANS LTD. 1265 3rd Ave. S. 75 CONTRACTS WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT WORK Double J, Conslrucliori, 32S-3B70 o ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING qarage, kitchens, cablnefj, rooms, ceramic Hie. Town o try. Phone 3737.3 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, MS. CIHfrf RAINBOW PAINTING AND DECOR afinfl Wall paper, vinyl and spray mg. Free estimates. 33B-JT54 193M FENCES, CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS OR PATIOS, PROMPT SERVICE GUARANTEED WORK MA US IMP PHONE 328.7905.___________ GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and sluccolng. Andersen ant Sorenson Construction, 7lh Ave S Phone 327-MS7. C 7377-1 FRED STEIN6R CEMENT WORK, fcasernepjs dug, wafer proofing in- Jured, free estimates. Phone 311-tlu cjwi-tf ALL. REPAIRS CARPENTRY, roofing specializing in chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cemenf finishing, slyc- fireplaces, liouie raising. 338- CJJ-n-lf f AND J RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaclion equlc- rient, concrete equipment. Corral cleaning. 31S-V6S. HID 75 CONTRACTS FENCES, SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, driveways, garages, cupboards, frem- ng, finishing and form work. Frea cs- Irnales. Guaranteed workmanship. No ob too small. 328-0987 or 34J. 493. 13M-1I PUBLIC NOTICES THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public nollee Is hereby given lhal s undersfgned intends to apply to The Alterta Liquor Coolrol Board tor a licence to sell bwr, wine and liquor >y Ihs glass for consumption only on he licensed portion erf the premises in accordance with (he provisions cf The Liquor Licensing Ac1 and fhe RegLJ- aHons made thereunder with respecl ft the following described premises: WATERTON LAKES HOTEL COMPANY {1956} LIMITED KOOTEHAI LODGE HOTEL WATERTON PARK, ALBERTA Lol 1 ro 4 Black 4 Pten No. 58SJ O.K. Objedfons to this application shalt be made forthwith to The Alberta LIQUCT Conlrol Board, Edmonton. Dared at Walerton Lakes, AlWrls, this 24th day of May, 1973. WATERTON LAKES HOTEL COMPANY (1956) LIMITED ARCHMOUNT MEMORIAL GARDENS LIMITED TAKE NOTICE that on Monday, the IPth day cf June, 1972, at the hsur of o'clock In forenoon ar Ihe Court House In Ihe City of LeHibridge In Ihe Province of Alberta, Archmount Memorial Gardens LlmMed will, pursuanf to 1he Cemeteries Act, Chapter 39, Revised Statues of Al- beria, 1970, apply to have all Its dealings with its perpetual care fund and ifs assurance fund ex- amined, audited and passed by the presiding Judge of the Dlstrle! Courl f Southern Alberia, Judicial Dlsrrlct if Leth bridge. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE lhal, pursuant to Ihe Order of His Honour Chief Justice L. S. Turcolle, accounts have been filed In Ihe Office of Ihe Clerk, cf the DIslrlct Courl of 1he District of Southern Alberia, Ju- dicial District of Lethbridge, at the Court House, In Ihe City rf Lelhbrldge, 1 fhe Province of Alberts and thai said accounli are available for inspect ion- AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that all persons having confracls with Archmounl Memorial Gardens Llmlfetf are entitled to be present at Ihe above noted time and place. DATED at the City of Lethbridge, In e Province of Alfcerra, this ith day June, A.D. 1972. J37 Three death sentences quashed ANKARA (Heuter) A Turk- ish military appeals court quashed Tuesday death sen- tences on three self-admitted left-wing terrorists charged with participating in the kidnapping and murder of the Israeli consul in Instanbul in May last year. The court ordered new trials for the three men and recom- mended life imprisonment for two women and a man, also charged with the kidnapping and murder of the consul, Ephraim Elrom. The six, all said to be mem- bers of the left-Ming Turkish Peoples' Liberation Army, hac also been charged with trying to overthrow the constitution by force and with bank holdups. The three who had the death sentences quashed are Ziya Yil- maz, 33, who was injured in a running gun battle in Instanbul Kamil Dede, 23, and Necm Demir, 24. The appeals court recom- mended life sentences for Jlkay Demir, wife of Demir, Kadriye Denizozen and Ruchan Manas. It also recommended prison terms ranging from five to 1: years for six others. DEATHS LOVE Passed away at Ta- xr, Tuesday, June 13, 1972, Mrs. Isabella at the age of 85 rs, beloved wife of the late Tom Love of Taber. Funeral services will be conducted from Knox Church, Taber on Friday, June 16 at 2 p.m., with Rev. Ken Morris officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Taber Me- morial Gardens. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Ta- ber, in charge of arrange- ments. C2557 GUSTIJSI Passed away in the city on Sunday, June 11, 1972, Mrs. Mary Anna (Marie) Gustum at the age of 88 years. The f unreal service .will be held on Thursday at p.m. in the Enchant Lutheran Church, with Rev. Jim. Rismiller offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the Enchant Cemetery. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2553 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 be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the funeral service. C25S5 NEWINGER Passed away in the city on Wednesday, June 14, 1972 Mr. Herbert Joseph Newinger at the age of 68 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Vera Newinger' of Seattle, Washington. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTL., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C255G Leaders tipped about Mao health report HONG KONG (AP) _ A Hong Kong newspaper says that Com- munist leaders in Hong Kong have been "unofficially and se- cretly warned by Chinese au- thorities to prepare for a seri- ous statement about the health of Chairman Mao." The report in Ihe English-lan- guage South China Morning Post says the central committee of the Cliinese Communist party held an urgent meeting last week. The report said this was "apparently to decide who wii: rule China after Chairman Ma Tse-tung." Observers in Hong Kong who watch events in China closely said they had no indication that Mao's health has deteriorated. Duke's estate for PABIS (AP) The Duchess of Windsor is her husband's sole beneficiary, Ihe executor of his will, lawyer Suzanne Blum, re- ported today. Tlie duke's inheritance, she said, is principally his property at Tif-sur-Yvctte, called Le Moulin. The couple's house in the Bois de Boulogne is the property of [he City of Paris and continues lo be rented by the duchess, the lawyer said. The lawyer gave no estimate of stocks or bank accounts. n 'emoriaml BIRTH GSCIIAID Cameron, War- ren and Tracy proudly an- nounce tha arrival of their >rolhcr, George Tyler. Bom Friday, June 9, 1972. Parents- Bob and Judy Gschaid. Grand- jarents Mrs. Anna Gschaid; and Mrs. John Vargo. 374C FLETCHER Passed away in the city on Tuesday, June 13, 1972, Mr. J. Elmer Fletcher at the age of 74 ye a r s beloved husband of Mrs. Klora Elizabeth Fletcher of 930 7th Street South. Born in Lake Linden Michigan the late Mr. Fletcher came to Canada in 1903 rath his family and was raised and educated In Stras bourg, Saskatchewan. He later moved to homestead in Ravenscrag, Sask. He became an elevator agent and bought grain there for about 20 years. In he moved to Taber and was the caretaker at W. Meyers High School until his retirement. He moved to Leth- bridge following liis retirement and has resided here until his passing. Besides his loving wifo he is survived by one daugh- ter, Mrs. George (Eleanor) Brown of Regina, Sask.; tliree sons, Lawrence of Kipp, Lloyd of Regina, Gordon of Otiomwa, Iowa; IS grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two sis- ters, Mrs. J. (Clara) Walton of Burnaby, B.C., Miss Mary Fletcher of Lethbridge; five brothers, Joseph of Eastend, Sask., Thomas of Lethbridge, Louis of Regina, Lloyd of Burn- aby, B.C. and Wilfred of Ed- monton. The funeral service rail be held on Friday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev. H. Jost officiating. Interment will follow In the family plot, Tnber cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue South. Phone 320-2361. Those who wish may donate to the Gideon Bible So- ciety care of Mr. L. II. Ed- wards 822 lOlli Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C2554 CARDS OF THANKS CHAMBERUN I would like to thank my doctors and all the staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care I re- ceived while in hospital Also a very special thanks to my family and friends for their visits, gifts and cards. It was so nice to be remembered by so many old friends. May Chambcrlin. COOK We would like to thank all our relatives and friends for the Jovely supper they put on for us, on the occa- sion of our 25th Wedding Anni- versary. Also for the gifts, do- nations, those who played for the dance, or helped in any way. sincere appreciation, Kathleen and Charles Cook. 3779 IN MEMORIAMS JACOBSON In loving mem ory of our precious mother, grandmother and great grand- mother, who passed away June 6, 1971. loved and sadly missed by her family. 3780 GODFREY In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, Edward, who passed away Juno 14, 1965. I am lonely since you left me. Life to me is not the same. AH the world would be a .heaven, Just to have you back again. loved and remem- bered by his wife, Rosetta. MERVYN In mem- ory of our dear father and grandfather, William Edward, ,vho passed away June 12, 1970. He meant so very much to us, That nothing we can say Cau still the grief that is in our hearts As we think of him each day. remembered and loved by Gladys, Gordon, Douglas, Debra, (Cran- brook, B.C.) 3765 Liberals meet at Vancouver OTTAWA (CP) The na- tional executive of the Liberal party is taking ils quarterly meeting to Vancouver this weekend, and Consumer Affairs Minister Robert Andras, co- chairman of the 'party's cam- paign committee, will bring members up to date on organi- zational activities leading up to the next federal election. The executive was invited to Vancouver last year after il held its first meeting outside Ot- Quebec City. It plans to hold at least two of the four yearly meetings outside Ottawa in future. The last meeting was held here in March, giving rise to speculation about an imminent election. At that time Mr. An- dras also gave a report on or- ganizational activities. "And we'll do the same thing in the a spokesman said today. All elected party executives, headed by Senator Richarc Stanbury, the president, will at- tend the Saturday and Sunday meetings. The meetings will also be at tended by provincial association presidents, chairmen of stand ing committees in the Com mons, and representatives o student Liberals and the Women's Liberal Federation. All executive members of the B.C. association, as hosts, wil attend the meetings scheduled to end at noon Sunday. By PAUL JACKSON i Herald Ottawa Bureau I OTTAWA Postmaster Gen- eral Jean-Pierre Cote revealed or the first time here that union o f f i c-i a 1 s representing some post office workers suddenly decided not to attend a negotiating meeting "at the last minute" last week. Mr. Cote made the admission n the House of Commons after questions about the state of con- Iract negotiations had been raised by Manitoba MP Walter Dinsdale Mr. Dinsdale pointed out that t has now been more than two months since the postal workers contract with the government lad expired. He wanted (o know i vhat progress had been made in negotiations. It was then that Mr. Cote told urn that the union had suddenly lancelled the last schedule ne- jolialing meeting. He said an- other is scheduled for Wednes- day. The cabinet minister also con- firmed that the government has not made a new offer to the wstal workers following one re- jected out of hand by them on May 10. In that offer, the government proposed some regional pay scales which meant post office workers in certain parts of Ihe country would earn less than some of their fellow workers. Mr. Cote said post office offi- cials are currently awaiting a union demand. Mr. Dinsdale has said he be- lieves the government wants the post office workers to go on strike so that the government can then move in to "solve" the crisis and use the action as an- other election issue. Former prime minister John Diefenbaker also tackled Mr. Free school supplies eliminated WA1NWRIGHT (CP) The school division in this east central Alberta region is elimi Dating free supplies for ele mentary and junior high stu dents in an attempt to trim its estimated deficit. Superintendent Stan Digou said here the division expect: to save about by elimi nating the free supplies and tin 25-per-cent reduction in t h i price of textbooks. A budget of has been approved by the divisior after voters, in a plebiscite last May, rejected the board's request for permission to raise an additional Mr. Digout said the divisL.. also expects to save about 000 by reducing teaching staff by reducing plant op- eration and maintenance penditures and by ducing transportation costs. As well, the board will no longer pay transportation costs for extra curricular sports or other activities. This effective ly eliminates all interscholaS' tic sports unless the money i; raised by parents or students There were students in the Wainwright division. Marines dismissed PLYMOUTH, England. (Reu ter) Five young members o the British Royal Marina Corps were dismissed from the serv ice Tuesday on drug charges after two of them had admitted they started using marijuana when their unit was based in Singapore. ------------------------WednmJoy, June 14, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 24 No new offer made to postal union UNITED NATIONS (AP) _ The world's airlines joined their pilots Tuesday in urging Secu- rity Council action against hi- jackers, asking (he council to condemn and move to stop Cote on a post office matter. Mr. Diefenbaker Albert) said ethnic press groups had been protesting for some time "oppressive and dis- criminatory" high postal rates charged for their newspapers and publications. "The ethnic press does a great deal for Canadian unity. I Action demanded on hijacking Soviet leader on his way to Hanoi CALCUTTA (AP) Soviet President Nikolai Podgorny is on his way to Hanoi for talks with North Vietnam's leaders. He arrived in India today and called for the U.S. lo slop bomb- ing North Vietnam. "The Vietnam problem should be solved fast and the Ameri- cans should cease bombing Padgorny told reporters. Padgorny is the first member of the Soviet high command to confer with North Vietnamese leaders since President Nixon and Soviet Communist party chief Leonid Brezhnev reviewed their opposition positions on Vietnam during Nixon's visit to Moscow. "armed aggression against civil aviation." Secretary-General Knut Ham- marskjold of Ihe International Air Transport Association ca- bled the airlines request from IATA headquarters in Geneva. The International Federation of Airline Pilots Association asked Thursday for "enforcement measures" against countries that give sanctuary to hijackers and saboteurs or fail to prose- cute them. The pilots have threatened to stop all world air services for 24 hours next Monday if the Uni'ed Nations does not take effective action. Ola Forsherg, Finnish presi- dent of the pilots' association, said he would be in New York on Thursday to discuss the problem with UN Secretary- General Kurt Waldheim on Wal- dheim's return from Rabat, Mo- rocco. Yugoslav Ambassador Lazar Mjsov, president of the Security Council, said he was having "fruitful consultations" with council members and other na- tional delegations and there was a widespread belief that 'some- thing.should be done." He said, that no one had yet asked for a council meeting on hijacking. am wondering whether the min- ister, in view of that fact and Hie smallness of their circula- tion, will do something to assist them to conlinue by reducing the postal rales paid by periodi- cals or papers in towns or vil- lages under asked the Saskalchewan MP. Mr. Cote said he could not do this. However, he said he had a lot of sympathy for the newspapers which are suffering from past postal rate increases. "But any changes in rates at this time would need an amend- ment to the law and I am not ready to say when the law will be said Mr. Cole. Mr. Diefenbaker finished off the bout of post office questions by suggesting that the postmas- ter general consider postal rate changes now rather than wait for "a change of government" from Liberals to Conservative. Bank robbed at Calgary CALGARY (CP) A lone robber with a sawed-off, .22- calibre rifle held up a branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia Tu- esday and escaped police. The man went behind the counter of the bank and told two tellers to empty their cash drawers into a bag. He fled to a nearby parking lot where two pursuing bank employees saw him drive away. The car, stolen earlier, was found abandoned. The quantity of money taken was not disclosed but police said it was a "fair amount." 317 5th St. S. Phone 327-7331 FOR DAD LOOK AT THESE VALUES! QUALITY HOSE YOUR CHOICE Choose from Crew Lengths in Kroy Wool and Texturized Nylon-Three-quarter length Kroy Wool and Sport Styte-A Wonderful Array of Colors to Choose from. Stretch to fit. Sizes: 10-13. JOTS SHORT SLEEVE NYLON T-SHIRTS WITH CHUT POCKET 100% STRETCH NYION COLORED BRIEFS FOR MEN! Btock, Navy, IM, 6oM, Cram, fa tint S-M-L-XL ciin ;