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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 75 CONTRACTS VEEPIHG TILE AND CEMENT WORK. Double J. Conslrudton, 328-3870 or 345-4130. 1W8-1F GARAGE BUILDING, C E M G N 1 work anrf stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Conslrucllcn, 1020 7th Ave 5. PhonB CU77-H FRED STEINER CEMENT WORKj Did basements dug, water proofing, in- sured, free estlmales. Phone 327-8284 C3661-H ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, rooting speclallilrvg In chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cement finishing, stuc- coing, fireplaces, fiouse raising. 338- WW. Cmi-tf C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaction equip- ment. Con ere fa equipment. Corral cleaning. Phone mo 2nd Ave. 5. FENCES, SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, driveways, garages, cupboards, fram- ing, finishing and form Free es- timates. Guaranteed No lob too small. Phone 328-0987 or 345. 3493. 1374-lf BOX NUMBERS 4i, 63, 91, 107, 1W> 117, 123, 135. PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LEETHDRIDGE In the eslale cf STEVE STUDEEN- KA, rare of Lelhbrtdge, Alberia, who dfed on Ihe 31st day o! January, 1972 TAKE NOTICE Jhat all persons Jiav- tng claims upon Ihe eslale of ihe above named deceased must file the Public Tfustee by Hie 24rh day cf July, 1972, a full statement of Ihefr claims and of securities held by Ihern L. G. G. BREEZE Asslslant Public Trustee, 201 John J Bo.vlen Bltfq 620 7th Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alberta OY8 J74 THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE PHASE LIGHTING AND BLOCK HEATER INSTALLATION INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed lenders marked "University of Lethbrfcfge Phase tl Llghtrng and Block Healer Installation" will be re- ceived unlll p.m. Mountain Day- light Time on Monday, July 1972. at Ihe Physical Plant- Administration Offrce on Ihe University campus Tenders win be opened publicly Im- mediately the closing time The orolEd will Include: T. The Instalfallon ol outside erea lighting (or roadways, pain- vtsys and Ihe norlh parking lo! 2. Tiie of black heater oullals and transformer for the cast hall of Ihe main parking lot. Tender Documents may be obtained on or after June U, from Iho office of Ihe Physical Plant Coordin- ator, Unlvej-sily of L.elhbridge or from Reid, Crcwfher and Partners Limited, 7410 Blarkfoot Trail, S.E., Calgary, upon deposit of a 535.00 certified cheque, made payable to the Gover- nors of Jhe University of Lelhbridge. The deposit will be refunded provided plans end Specifications are returned In good condition within 14 days afler tender closing dale. Each tender must be accompanied by certified cheque made payable lo the Governors of the University of Lethbridge for ten per cent of the tender price or a suitable bid bond for len per cen! of 1he lender price. The or any tender will jiol necessarily be accepted. R. F. Comstock, P. Eng. Physical Plant Co-ordlnalor The University of Lefhbritfge J77 Pattern A CLASSIC that never goes out of style! Top everything with the short or long version of this easy-fit, back-pleat top- per, Sew it now! Printed Pattern 4821: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, IS. Size 12 (bust 34) shorter length 3 yards 45-inch. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (75 cents) in coins (no stamps, please) for each pattern add 35 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DHESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald FREE Spring Fashion Offer Choose one pattern free from new Spring Summer Catalog. All sizes! Send 50c INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, fit, sew modern way. 51.00 NSTANT FASHION BOOK what-to- wcar answers. ?1.00. C-7 Of BIRTH WILLIAMS Rick, Lorna and Bonnie are pleased to an- nounce the arrival of Shannon Maureen, 8 !bs., 11 ozs., on June 20, 1972, at St. Michael's Hos- pital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Williams ol Lethbridge, Ruth Murray of Edmonton and SI an Murray of Hinton. 4249 DEATHS MILLER Tuesday, Juno 20, 1972, Clifford Grant, aged 75 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Agnes Miller, Champion. Ser- vices at the Champion United Church, Saturday at 2 p.m., Rev. M. E. Bateman officiat- ing. Interment Archm o u n t Cemetery, Lethbridge. In lieu of flowers, if desired, donations may be made to the Heart Fund or charities of your choice. The VULCAN FUNER- AL HOME, in charge of ar- tangements. C2705 OCKEY Roy E., passed away suddenly in Cardston on Wednesday, June 21st, 1972 at the age of'69 years, beloved hus- band of Olive M. Ockey of Card- ston. He leaves lo mourn his passing besides his loving wife, one daughter, Mrs. James (Shirley) Paul of Lethbridgo and a son, Eddie of Cardston; 10 grandchildren and four sis- ters. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake LDS Chapel on Saturday, June 24th at p.m., with Bishop Don- ald Shaw officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston cemetery. Friends may meet file family and pay their re- spects from prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C2707 SANDERSON (K. Opinko) Katherine of Vancouver, B.C., passed away in St. Vincent's Hospital, Pincher Creek on Tuesday, June 20, 1972, at the age of 69 years. Came to Can- ada with her parents in 1903, settling at Portage ]a Prairie, Manitoba. Came to Alberta in 1925, living in Calgary for 40 years. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Ed (Elsie) Gorman of Vancouver, B.C. and Mrs. Brad (Jean) Ander- son of Pincher Creek; two sons, James Opinko of Summerland, B.C. and Norman Opinko of Calgary; 16 grandchildren and two great grandchildren; four sisters and two brothers in Portage la Prairie and one brother in Calgary. The funeral service will be held in tho Pincher Creek United Church on Friday, June 23, 1972 at p.m., with Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Interment in the Fairview Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C2706 DEATHS MARKER Elma, passed away in Cardston on Wednes- day, June 21st, 1972, at the age of 81 years, beloved wife ot Earl Harker of Magrath. Funeral services will be held in the Ma- grath LDS Chapel on Saturday, June 24th at 2 p.m., with Bishop R. Mark Dahl officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Ma- grath cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Seminary Room at the church. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C2708 WALKEK Ardath, passed away in Cardston on Wednes- day, June 2Ist, 1972, at the age of 64 years, beloved wife of Charles Walker of Cardston. She leaves to mourn her pass- ing besides her loving husband, three daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Verda Jean) Cosgrove of Leth- bridge, Mrs. Gary (Charlene) Conrad of Pincher Creek and Mrs. Stan, (Ardene) Bishop of Calgary; eight grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Carl (Verda) Peterson of Price, Utah and Mrs. Gordon (Caro- line) Begg of Calgary; two brothers, George Turner of Raymond and Fred Turner of Taber. Funeral services will be held in the Fourth Ward LDS Chapel (on the South Hill) on Saturday at 3 p.m., with Bishop W. John Hollingsworth officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Services. C2709 Pattern Look exotic in new, Chinese- inspired tunic. Embroider dramatic dragon in easy stitches on elegant, side-slit tunic. Pattern 7344: transfer, printed pattern Size 12 (bust State size..... SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, care of THE LETIiBniDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario FUNERALS HARDER Funeral service for Michael Rodney (Mickey) Harder, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harder of Leth- bridge who died at Canmore Sunday, June 11, 1872, at the age of 14 years, was held at 1 pm. Friday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Hev. Dr. R. W. K.' Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Edward Johnson, Don Gil- more, Greg Ficek, Greg Bosh, Dwane Gurr and Brian Batta- zoni. Interment was in the Mountain View C e m e tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. GAMMON Funeral ser- vice for Robert John Gammon, beloved husband of Mrs. Ann Gammon of 2505 Scenic Driva who died in the city Sunday, June 18, 1972, at the age of 87 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Tra- ditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with interment following in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Pallb e arers were Art Dawson, Bob Donald- son, Blair Houghton, John Pratt, Arthur and Merle Hunt- Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. GUSTUM Funeral service for Mrs. Mary Anna (Marie) Gustum, beloved wife of the late Mr. Edwin Gustum who died In the city Sunday, June 11, 1972, at the age of 88 years, was held at p.m. Thursday in the Enchant Lutheran Church wilh Kev. Jim Rismil- ler officiating. Pallbear e r s were Leonard, Stanley, Robert, Donald, Wayne and Richard Gustum. Interment was in the Enchant Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. ile BELLE Funeral service for Mrs. Thclma June de Belle, beloved wife of Mr. John de Belle of Cardston who died there Sunday, June 11, 1972, at the age of 37 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Crema- tion followed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. FLETCHER Funeral ser- vioe for J. Elmer Fletcher, who died in the city Tuesday, Juno 13, 1972, at the age of 74 years, was held at p.m. Friday in Martin Bros. Tradi- tional Chapel with Rev. H. Jost officiating. Pallbearers were Tom, Dan, Charles and George Fletcher, Lawr e n c a Aslin and Roy Olafson. Inter- ment was in the family plot in the Taber cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors ot Funer- al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. MORE FIRES There were more than. forest fires in Canada in! 1971, compared to the previous 10- year average of FUNERAL WILSON Funeral service for Maitland Allan Wilson, be- loved husband of Mrs. Bertha Wilson of 823 21st St. S. who died in the city Friday, June 16, 1972, at the age of 84 years, was held at a.m. Monday in Martin Bros. Memorial Cha- pel, 703 13lli St. N., with Rev. R. .W K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Dr. Frank Harper, Dr. Will Haufe, Bill Harker, John B o 11 o n, Myles Russell and Darin Berlando. In- terment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. CARD OF THANKS ORR The family of Javona Orr, Fort Maclcod, wish to ex- press heartfelt thanks and ap- preciation lo all the friends and relatives that called, sent cards, flowers and food, to the Pioneer Lodge, Matron, the doctors; also to all those that participated in the funeral services and Chris- tensen Salmon Funeral Direct- ors. 4099-22 IN MEMORIAMS PISKO III loving memory of a dear wife, Anna Marie Pisko, who passed away June 22, 1969. I am lonely since you left me, Life to me is not the same, All the world would be heaven, Just to have you back again. remembered and ever loved by her husband, Andrew. 4241 VOSS In loving memory of a dear daughter, Katherine Ruth, who passed away June 22, 1962. Just a thought of sweet re- membrance, Just a memory sad and true. Just the love and sweet de- votion, Of one who thinks of you. loved and remember- ed by dad. 4M PISKO In loving memory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Anna Marie Pisko, who passed away June 22, 1369. No space of time, no lapse of years can dim the treasur- ed past, A loving memory keeps il dear, affection holds it fast. If we were asked our dearesi wish, with fervent lips would pray, Oh God, turn back the hands of time, please let our mother stay. loved and remember ed by Ed, Lawrence, Loretta and their families. 4281 Policeman awarded CALGARY (CP) A city policeman, shot while gating a domestic quarrel al most two years ago, has been awarded by the Crimes Compensation Board. Wliile making the Uon Nov. 2, 1970, Werner Anton Richter, 32, was confronted by a shotgun wielding man. He took refuge behind a parked car but was struck by two charges of pellets. His left eye was removed as a result of the shooting. Mr. liichter was granted a permanent partial disability pension by the Workmen's Com- pensation Board which also paid for a training course in police administration. He re- mained employed with the city police force. The compensation boaiil awarded him for pain anc suffering, for an annuity which will pay a month for the remainder ol his life, for medical and legal ex- penses and for loss o( earnings during his absence from work. The remainder in- cluded sums for his wife's vis- iting expenses, doctors' mile- age and telephone calls. BLACK-WHITE ISSUE JOHANNESBURG White ambulance control room workers here threatened a strike when a black African was called in to handle calls because of a staff shortage. The strike was averted when a white supervisor was assign- ed to sit alongside the African as be took ambulance calls BHYCE MACKASEY policies bucked Bryce Mackasey, manpower and immigration minister, says there are people in the ininii- 'ratipn department "who don't ike immigrants." The minister, who complain- ed recently about "reactionar- es" in his department, said in a television interview: "There are some officials who lave always been opposed to he liberal policy behind the Im- migration_Act and they have re- acted in such a way that I be- lieve that they tend to thwart policy of the government, and I don't think that is right." He said there are some who don't like immigrants just as Ihere are some policemen who become cynical tnd jaded in their job, politicians who get tired and lazy and newspaper men who cease to report. All he could do is seek these people out and "suggest subtly' they move to another depart- ment. Pauline Jewell, former vice- president of the Liberal party and now a New Democratic Party member, suggests that members of the Committee for an Independent Canada should join the NDP. "I've been working on Walter Gordon for quite a while my- she told 90 NDP mem- bers at Peterborough, Ont. in a reference to the honorary chair- man of the multi-party organi- zation dedicated lo increasing Canadian control over Canadian industry. Canada can exist with a Que- bec that is trying to develop social programs to' administer Lo the particular needs ot Que- becers, Claude Caslonguay, Quebec social affairs minister, says. Mr. Castonguay said a Que- oecer is a natural nationalist but this docs not mean he can- not be a good Canadian at the] same time. Sex researcher William H. Masters says the demand for counselling on sex will swamp the medical profession in the next two or three years. Masters and his wife, Virginia Johnson Masters, said in San Francisco tile public's sense of comfort in dealing with sexual inadequacy is i-icreasing faster than it is among professionals. Chile's President 'Salvador Allende has six ministers in his 15-man cabinet and at the same time announced he would intro- duce basic changes in the pro- gram of his leftist coalition gov- ernment. The most important change in the cabinet, ,was the exit Economy Minister Pedro Vus- kovic, an independent Marxist. The controversial minister's economic policies to bring the major part of the Chilean econ- omy under state control has been blamed by the anti-Marx- ist opposition for the country's increasing shortages in mark- ets and stores. Richard Klrindlenst has taken office as United States attorney-general after a four- month struggle over his cabinet nomination. President Nixon presided at the swearing-in ceremonies for Kleindienst and two other cabinet officers, Treasury Secretary George Shultz and Caspar Weinberger, director of the office of man- agement and budget, a position of cabinet rank. ROPE TRICK Canadian fndians wove rope from bark of many trees such as basswood and cedar. ThunJay, Jun. 11, 1972 _ THE LETH5RIDGE HERALD 21 GETTING AT THOSE HARD TO GET AT PLACES Al- though it's unlikely that mechanization will put many window washers out of work, there are a few advantage! to washing windows with mechanized equipment. A win- dow washer at Toronto Dominion Center in Toronto de- monstrates how a hydraulically-operated crane helps get at those hard to get at places. think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS I am a Scandinavian leader known as a critic of U.S. Involvement In Indochina. Who am 17 HOW DO YOU RATE? 71 U S3 point! _ Genii, 91 to 100 TOP KMB 61 la 70 potMc fiir. to 90 polnn EictllKit. 60 or Umfcrt 11 Kmnt FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What, If anything, should be done to protect Cana- dian coastlines from oil spills? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give youraelf 10 points for e.ach correct answer. 1 Name the Canadian who served as Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment! 2 A recommendation for a 10-year ban on com- mercial whaling was (CHOOSE ONEt approved, rejected) at the UN conference. S The only two countries BtlU conducting full- ecale whaling operations, were re- sponsible for killing whales caught last year. a-Unlted States and Ecuador b-Canada and Japan c-Japan and the Soviet Union 4 Statistics Canada recently announced that the 1971 census showed that Toronto has overtaken Montreal as Canada's largest city. True or False? 5 According to the census, the only province to experience a population decline In the 1966-1971 period was.. a-SaBkatchewan b-New Brunswick c-Prince Edward Island PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....raze 2.....reprisal 2.....decimate 4.....repress 6.....Intervene a-level to the ground b-destroy or kill much of c-prevent from acting d-come between e-aet of revenge PART 111 NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 6 poinfa for names that you can correctly mafchwiththeclues. 1.....Luis Echcvcrrla 2.....Lee Trcrlao a-Premier, Libya t-Presldent, Mexico 3 Emjllo G. Mcdlcl c-profeselcnal golfer t Muamrnar Kadafl d-President, Burundi E Michel Mlccrabero e-Preeident, Brazil STUDENTS Save This Practice Examination! Valuable Reference Material for Exams. ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE ;