Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
PETS AND SUPPLIES GIVING AWAY TWO HOUSE TRAIN- 5175-21 STANDARD POODLES, REGISTER- ED. PHONE 2J3-5082, CALGARY. 4963-29 THREE PUREBRED MINIATURE Poodlt puppies. MCh. For appoint- ment phSi 328-4972 THREE CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES FOR salt. Black, ttn vwtks old. Two. males, ont Phone 327-M04. C305-29 THREE SEALPOINT SIAMESE KIT- for HO tich. Phont 327- _ CROSS BRED PUPS FATHER English mother double ttrtd Shepherd. Phone 327- or 327-MOO. SJM-30 80 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE BEAUTY SALON IN suit-more, Alberta. Excellent busi- ness. Phone S42-2744 days; W2-2507 evenings. BIRTHS and Ethel are happy to announce the ar- rival of their son Trevor pome on June weight 7 Ibs. 15 oz- Proud are Steve and Ethel Kasko. Lee and Ethel Cochran all of the city. Many thanks to the doctor and staff at St. Michael's Hospital. 5289 NEED A WORKING PARTNER? Need Capital? Weil-quelified am- bitious Individual ready to assist you. send particulars to Box 24, Herjld. SAAALL JANITOR BUSINESS GROS- smq per year Only ianitor se-- vice in the area. Phone 425-7252 or wnte Box 716, Sparwood, FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP for rent. Phone 453-3182 or Cardston 4U8-tf Business building for sale or [ease, centre of Main Street, Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. r 7843-tf TRUCK CAMPERETTES DEAL- wanted for Lethbndge and area. Made out of Marine Duck material, camperettes are sturdy and only weigh 52 Ibs. Retail from S139 to AAod-U-Fab Shelter Systems, Fort Macleod 3850-30 Thriving retail business in fas' qro.v- ino area shovwnq tremendous profit. Priced for quick sale. MLS. For further information contact. KEY REALTY INSURANCE 4 rrleinonainA COCHRAN Larry and Sandy are happy to announce the arrival of Craig Arthur on June weigit 7 Ibs. 11 oz. gr.-andparente are azd Elenor Zaeher of Bow Island and Lee and Ethel Cocbrane of the city. Many thanks to the doctor and staff at Si. Michael's Hospital. 5290 328-6671 BLOCK BROS. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p m. Guaranteed Home Trade Canada Wide Service Complete Financing Interest Free Loans Home N.R.S. Catalogue Realtor Phone 328-23566 1240 3rd Avenue South N.RS and M.L.S. COMMERCIAL LOTS Three lois on maio' cily traffic artery Approximately 3100 so. can be bought separately or togeth- er. N R S 129-Z5 24 SUITE APARTMENT A down payment of will make you The landlord of this modern apartment building. N R S 186-22 HOTELS AND MOTELS have numerous hotels and motels throughout Alberta and B C One to tuit the needs of everyone from the novice to the seasoned hotelman. DELICATESSEN Well established city delicatessen doing gross business of N R S 210-Z5 C339-38 DEATHS HURKENS Passed away suddenly in the city on Wed- nesday, June 27, 1973 Mr. Ge- rardus Hubertus Hurkens at the age of 66 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Hendrika Hurkens of 1506 7th Ave. South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. ECKMIER Passed away in the city oa Wednesday, June 27, 1973 at the age of 79 years, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Eckmier of 1404 9th Ave. A South, be- loved wife of the late Mr. i George Eckmier. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced !when completed. MARTIN 1 BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Arrangements. C347 NOTICE OF INTENTTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME CANADA PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Nolice is hereby given that I, Milton Czerny otherwise known as Milton Cerney of the Village of Frank in the Province of Aloerta, Painter intend to make application to the of Vital Statistics, the provisions c.f The Change of Name Act, R S A 1970, for of name as fol- lows 1 For change of my name to Mjlton Cerney 2. For a change of my wife's name From Annie Czerney to Annie Cerney Milton Cierny Millon Cerney DEATHS CORNYN Thursday, June 28, 1973, William Robert, be- loved husband of Mrs. Pauline Cornyn of Pincber Creek. Fu- neral announcements later by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. NIXON Wednesday, June 27, 1973, William Vermont Nix- on, aged 70 years of Pincher Creek district. He was born in Ontario, he came west with his parents to the Twin Butte dis- trict in 1912 and he has ranch- ed in the Park district until his death. He operated a heavy duty equipment busi- ness in Pincher Creek for many years. He was a member of the Pincher Creek Lions and also the Legion. Funeral ser- vice will be held in Pincher Creek United Church Saturday, June 30 at 4 p.m., Rev. R. Put- man officiating. Cremation. He is survived by one sister. Al- berta Sanders of Fort Macleod; one nephew and four nieces. In lieu of flowers, donations to the heart fund, care of Mrs. Do- reen Bastian. Funeral arrange- ments by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. CARDS OF THANKS WOLFF We wish to ex- press sincere thanks to all for the sympathy shown us in the loss of our beloved husband and father. We deeply appre- ciated the thoughtful cards, vioite, calls, letters, food and flowers.''A special thank you to Reverend Carnochan, Mr. Win. Laidlaw, members of the Unit- ed Church Choir and to the LDS Church for the us-s of their chapel Wolff and family C321 OLIVER The families of Benjamin Oh'ver and Alice Court Oliver would like to thank the doctors and nurses of main floor St. Michael's Hospital for the cara they gave Mrs. Oliver during her ness. We would also like to thank all those who sent flow- ers, food, and cards of sym- pathy. Also the ladies who took chargs of the family dinner and third ward bishopric. 5249 LUNN Wednesday, June 27, 1973. Margery Caroline Mary, aged 85 years. She was born in Pincher Creek, June 6, 1888 and resided there all her life.- She was active in St. John's Anglican Church WA of which she was secretary for over 44 years. Surviving are two sons. Edward and Harold, both of Pincher Creek; two daughters. Mrs. D C. (Aileen) Huffman of Calgary, Mrs. Gerald (Joyce) Gibson, Pincher Creek; 14 grandchildren: ten great- grandchildren; one brother and I saven sisters. Funeral service I St. John's Anglican Church. Saturday, June 30 at p.m., Rev R Hunt officiating. Inter- ment Fa i r v i e w Cemetery. Prayer service Eden's Funeral Chapel. Friday, June 29 at p.m.. Rev. R. Putman officiat- ing. In lieu of flowers donations to St. John's Anglican Church Memorial Fund, care of Mrs. Dick Graham Funeral ar- rangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. KOMETZ I would like to express my sincere apprecia- tion to my doctors and nurse and staff of the Fourth Floor Surgery of the Lethbridge Mun- icipal Hospital for the wonder- ful care which I received while a patient there. Thanks also to my relatives and friends for visits, flowers, gifts and cards. Kometz 5250 IN MEMORIAMS YOUNG I would like to thank the doctors, all the nurses and staff on surgical floor for their care while I was a patient in the Letfcbridge Municipal Hospital. Also thanks to all who ssnt cards, fruit and floweis and visited me Irene Young. Vulcan 5180 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing: in small and eld homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave South, 328-3251. _____________C7769-tf MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Meichants Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 C531S-tf Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. College Mall, Phone 328 3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest rates available Firs! second mortgages C26I-30 90 CONTRACTS BUILDING, REMODELLING OR new. Commercial or residential. Ex- perienced. Phone 34S-3M4. 5009-29 IN THE TRIAL DIVISION OF THE SUPREME COURT OF ALBERTA JUDICAL DISTRICT OF CALGARY BETWEEN1- EVELYN BESSIE MADISON Petitioner (Respondent by Counter Petition) and GASL LEONARD MADISON I Respondent I (Petitioner by Counter 1 Petition) NOTICE OF MOTION TAKE NOTICE that an will be made by tht Petitioner (Res- pondent by Counter Petition) before the presiding Judge in Chambers on Tuesday, the 10th day of July A.D. 1973, at the Court House in the City of Calgary in the Province of Alberta at the hour of o'clock in the fore- neon or so sscn thereafter as Counsel may be heard for an Order striking out the Answer and Counter Petilion of the Respopdent (Petitioner by Coun- ter Petition) filed herein pursuant to Rule 704 of the Alberta Rules of Court. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that m support of such application will be read the Affidavit of William Gordon Nell Egbert filed and such further and other material as Counsel may advise. DATED at the City cf Caloary m the Province of Alberta, this 25th day of June, A D 1973 COOK, MCNIVEN, EGBERT AND SNOWDON Per- W. G N Eghcrt Solicitors for the Petitioner (Respondent by Counter Petition) To The Clerk of the Court, i Court House, CALGARY, Alberta Earl Leonard Madison J101 I QUALITY CEMENT walks, patios, driveways, Reason- Able prices. Phone 327-3-132 Free es- timates. 49J7-30 ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK. Good workmanship and prompt ser- vice. Reasonable Phone Mike Har- buz, 327-3316 4945-21JV FRED STEINER CEMEMT WORK, old basements dug, viater proofing. In- sured, free estimates Phone 327 8246. C3661-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- S745. FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 328-3983 2480A-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction, T020 7th Ave. S Phone M7-M82 C7377-tf PAINTING Interior or exterior. City cr farm. Guaranteed work. For free estimate call 328-0363, Hat-Bridgt Painting Ser- vice NOTICE My wife, Helen Varga having left my bed and board I will not be respon- sible for any debts incurred by George Varga 275 7 Ave So Lethbridge, Alts J91 TENDERS Board of Starland School Division No. 30 invites Tenders for supply of the following school buses. one 48 passenger three 42 passenger four 36 passenger (W4 models) Ttndtrs close July 31, 1973 4 00 p.m. Specification sheet may obtained trcm the undersigned E M. Scderlund (Mrs Secretary Treasurer Stirlftnd School Division IJ3-3290 Sealed tenders addressed to the CON- TRACTS BRANCH Alberta Publ.c Works for Site Devel- opment and Utilities, Alberta HorticLl tural Research Centre, Brooks, Alber- ta, will be received up to 2 o'clock P M. Thursday, July 19, 1973, at Rcom 571, Alberta Public Works, Terrace Building, Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2C7 Plans, spscificat.ons and tender forms may be obtained by application to the Contracts Branch, Alberta Pub- lic Works, Terrace Building, 9515 107 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, and will be available to contractors on deposit of FIFTY DOLLARS (J50.00) which will be refunded when plans spe- cifications are returned to Alberta Public Works prepaid, complete and in good order not later than fourteen (14) days after closing date of ten- ders, otherwise the deoosit shall be forfeit Plans and specifications have been placed with Construction Associ- ations in Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, Medicine Ha< and Lethbndge Each tender must be accompanied by (a) a certified cheque or bid bond in the amount of 00, OR (b) a certified cheque or bid bond for an amount of not less than of tender price Certified cheques are to be made payable to the Provincial Treasurer The attention of tenderers Is drawn to the "Public Works Pane 2 Clause which refers to Forefe.iture of Security The successful tenderer Will be re- quired to provide a certified cheque or negotiable properly assigned Government of Canada or Alberta Pro- vincial Government Bonds for Ten Per Cent of the contract or a Performance Bond THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE AC- CEPTED Tenders will be opened tn public In the Alberta Public Works Conference Room, Room 57t, Terrace Building, Edmonton W. A. B. SAUNDERS, P. ENG., DEPUTY MINISTER Of PUBLIC WORKS JI3 D1CKSON Redg5, passed away in Edmonton on Monday, June 25, 1973, at the age of 66 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Phyllis Dickson of Warner. Mr. Dickson was born in Kelowna B C September 4. 1906. and came to Warner on July 4. 1928. One of bis first employ- ers was H. M Dickson. He in the Warner area un- til 1936 when he married Phyl- lis Ross. He continued working in the District until 1940, when he started farming on his own. He continued to reside in War- ner until his passing. He was an ardent curler and enjoyed watching all sports. He was a Life member of the Elks Club of Warner and a member of the LDS Church He leaves to moiirn his passing, besides his loving wife, Phyllis, a son, Phil; daughter-in-law. Sharon and grandsons. Brent and Shane all of Edmonton; lour brothers, Jim Dickson, Austin Dickson, Percy Morrison and Donald Morrison all of B.C. and a niece, Vera Cass of B.C Funeral services will be Friday, June 29. 1973, at p.m. in the Warner L.D.S. Chapel, with Bishop Howard Hamling officiating. Interment will follow in the Warner Cem- etery Friends may meet the family and pay their respects in the Christensen Chapel on Thursday (tonight) from until p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Ser- C342 HOWARD In loving mem- ory of Mary Ethelreda Howard, who passed away Juns 27, 1972 in Calgary Foothills Hos- pital. We miss you so very much. She is resting in the Lord's care. Always in our thoughts Leslie her husband and Naomi her daughter 5251 NETTLETON In loving memory of a dear wife. Pat Nettleton, who passed away June 28, 1972. The face I love is missing, the voice I love is still. A place is vacant in my heart, that never can ba filled. Such pain she bore so patiently for quite a weary while She kept her swestness the end with a brave and loving smile, And when God took her to Himself, and hushed her heart to sleep, So peaceful was her loving face, it seemed a shame to weep. Idim care of her as she takes rest, For while on earth fo me she was the best remembered by hus- band Harry. 5252 XETTLETON In loving memory of a dear mother. Pat Nottleton, who passed away June 28, 1972. She was a mcther so very rare, Content in her home antf always there. Unselfish ways, a heart of gold, No finer one could this world hold. So, dear Lard, take our massage to our one up above, Tell her how ue miss her, and give her all our love remembwsd by Norm and Cathj. SENATOR KENNEDY spied on Revelations that he had been spied on by White House staf- fers during President Nixon's first term in office were not surprising Senator Edward M. Kennedy says. "Nothing surpises me any more" about the Watergate con- spirators, Kennedy said, add- ing that he had heard rumors, but was not aware, that he was under surveillance. Former White House counsel John Dean told the Senate committee investigating the Watergate affair that a spe- cial White House detail inves- tigated Kennedy's activities on a selected basis" to develop politicial intelligence against him Among the areas of im-esti- gation. Dean said, were the 1S69 fatal accident at Chap- paquiddick and a Kennedy visit to Honolulu in 1971. V V A world record of more than 11 hours has been claimed by public school teacher Bill Lewis for parasailing. Mr. Lewis. 29, of Toronto, said he sailed in the air for 11 hours, two minutes and 10 sec- onds over Haliburton Lake. A parasail is similar to a kite. Mr. Lewis was towed be- hind a boat to provide the lift needed to get ham up Mr Lewis said he knows of no previous endurance record for parasailing. Peking diplomats here are skeptical over reports from, abroad that Chinese Premier Chou En-lai will visit the Unit- ed States in October. But en- voys do not rule out suggestions that U.S. President Nixon might make a second journey to China next spring. Nixon has already tcW the chief of the Chinese liaison of- fice in Washington, Huang Chen, that he would like to visit China in springtime though he did not specify which spring. V V It wasn't much of a fight, but the one blow bout between state senators Milton Marks and H. L. Richardson has the California Senate all abuzz at Sacrainento Marks, a San Francisco Re- publican, showed up on the Senate floor yesterday siporting a bandage, the result of a left to the lip from Richardson. "It Marks said in an interview. Richardson was unrepentant. "He called me several names, which leferred to my imme- diate Richardson said. A federal grand jury at Los Angeles indicted a former major league baseball player, Gerald E. Priddy, in connec- tion with the bomb extortion attempt against the cruise ship Island Princess. The ton ship with 850 passengers aboard was en route to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, June 4, when a caller said bombs had been placed on the ship and their location would only be disclosed by payment of money. The former player for De- troit Tigers and New York Yankees of the American League was arrested June 5 by FBI agents and is free on 000 bond. Michel Gauvin. head of the Canadian truce cbserver team in Vietnam, "will be available to return to Ottawa for consul- tations" at the end of June, an e x t e r nal affairs department spokesman said in Ottawa Mr. Gauvin, also Canadian ambassador to Greece, is chairman of the International Commission of Control and Su- pervision (ICCS) for this month. The chairmanship ro- tates anwng the four nations of the commission supervising the truce Vernon G Turner of Toronto i senior political adviser to the delegation, will take over as acting head of the delegation Thundqy, June 21, THI IITHMIDOI HIRALD j Trappers agree on site for fur auction house PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. (CP) A convention of Brit- ish Columbia fur trappers agreed here to establish a trap- per-owned fur auction house in Edmonton which would serve as a gathering point for furs from all of western Canada. The agreement ended a stormy debate in the final ses- sion of the two-day British Co- lumbia Registered Trappers Association convention about whether the auction house should be built in Edmonton or Prince George. The B.C. location was ruled out as too small to attract Eu- ropean fur buyers and not suf- ficiently central to serve as a clearing house for western Can- ada. The house is to be built by the Canadian Trappers Federa- tion, an organization of western Canada trappers, with federal provincial grant. The idea of locating the fa- cility in Prince George was broached at a BCRTA conven- tion four years ago and has been raised repeatedly since. A r g u ing against the Prince George proposal, outgoing BCRTA president Joe Carty said sales of at least million would be needed to attract big buyers, and the auction house would have to receive furs from all over western Canada. MICHEL GAUVIN coming home after Mr Gauvin s departure until the Canadian delegation is withdrawn by the end of July. Mr. Gauvin will not return to Greece until after meeting with External Affairs Minister Mit- chell Sharp hi mid-July. HC John S. Poyen of Calgary has been appointed president of the Canadian P e troleum Associa- tion it was announced today. He replaces D. B. Furlong, who announced earlier this year that he would resign as the CPA's chief executive. The appointment is effective July l. Born in the United State? Mr. Poyen has lived in Canada since 1948. He became a Cana- dian citizen in 1960 He now is chairman of the oil and gas committee of the Cal- garv Chamber of Commerce. F .1. King of Calgary was in stalled as president of the Ca- nadian Tuberculosis and Res- piratory Disease Association at Calgary. He succeeds G. D. Cunning ham of Antigonish, N.S. Mr King, 50, manager of the Royal Insurance Group for Al- berta, has bssn active for 20 years in the association and has served three years on the asso- ciation's 11 member manage- ment committee. Men found after river dinghy trip Two Lethbridge men have learned the hard way it takes more than four hours to travel from West Lethbridge to the Nolan Bridge near Picture Butte sn the Oldman River in a rubber dinghy. Brian Trone. 19. 525 16 St. N., and Dave Hill, 21. 536 20 St. i N spent 10 hours travelling in the dinghy and another five hours sleeping on shore in the dinghy with wet clothes prior to phoning in safe at 9 a.m. this morning The RCMP had started a search for the men when Mrs. Trone reported them msising i at 3 a.m. She had made ar- rangements to pick them up at the bridge at p.m. Wed- nesday Mr. Trone says the only dif- the two men faced were the rapids in certain sections of the river "It was also kind of chilly sleeping in the dinghy with wet clothes last he added "Edmonton is the centra vast fur he said. "It will draw three times as many fun as you could bring to Prince George." trappers voted 23 to 6 favor of the Edmonton location. In other business, a woman who heads a B.C. organization opposed to cruel methods of fur trapping told delegates they must abandon use of the tradi- tional leg hold trap. Bunty Clements of Langley, president of the Association for the Protection of Fur-bearing! Animals, said she is not op- posed to trapping but only to leg-hold traps, which she claim- ed causes animals to suffer a slow, tortuous death. She as two new types of humane traps which her or- ganization has sponsored were demonstrated. Hie traps known as the Fisher and the Challeng- er types were developed and tested by working trappers but have not yet been subjected to detailed tests to receive official approval as humane traps. _ Fiat sells its shares in Qtroen PARIS (AP) The Italian nuto giant Fiat has sold its 49- per-cent holding in Citroen, of France's big four auto mak- ers, to the Michelin tire com- pany after a short and unhappy association, it was announced Monday. Michelin, a family-owned or- ganization ranked among the major tire producers, already had majority control of Citroen through a holding com- pany, Pardevi. Fiat moved into Citroen in 1968 with a 15-per-cent holding in Pardevi, increasing it to 49 per cent in when the French company, noted for its technical excellence but mar- keting weakness, was under fi- nancial strain. Subsequently, Fiat President Giovanni Agnelli made no se- cret of problems between Fiat and Michelin over development policy for Citroen. Pattern Pattern 7257 vices. CARD OF THANKS YOUNG I would like to thank the doctors, all the nurses and staff on surgical floor for their care whib I was a patient in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Also thanks to all who sent cards, fruit and flowers ana visited me. Young, Vulcan NETTLETON In loving memory of a dsar mother. Pat Nettleton, who passed away June 28, 1972 One lonely year has passed away since our grest sorrow fell. The shock which we received that day, we still remember well Our hearts still ache wit'n sadness, our secret tears still flow, Fca- what it meant to lose you, no one will know When are sad and lonely, and everything goes wrong, We seem to hear you whisper, "Chejr up, and carry on remembered and sadly missed by Sherry and Murray 5254 Grocerv biJl on the rise WASHINGTON (API The price of food increased last month at a rate that would add to the grocery bill of a typi- cal American family over the course of a year, the agricul- ture department says The figure is based on what it would cost to feed a theoretical family of 3.2 persons g a se- lected list of "market basket" items. The May increase puts the annual market basket grocery bill for this theoretical family at a year, up 0.9 per cent from April, department officials said. Last month's increase was the smallest since the market basket indicator declined slightly last December. Since then, increases have in- cluded: January 2.7 per cent, or an annual rate of February 2.5 per cent or March 3.5 per cent or and April 1.6 per cent or China hydrogen warhead TOKYO (CP1 China an- nounced today it tested a hydro- gen bomb tor defence purposes and to break the "nuclear mo- nopoly" of the superpowers The Peking Radio announce- ment was China's first con- firmation of the explosion over the western part of the Chinese mainland Wednesday It had been detected by several other countries. By superpowers. China meant the Soviet Union and the United States The Chinese test was set off just five days after the U S.-Soviet summit agree- ment aimed at preventing nu- clear war, and as France was preparing a nuclear test in the Pacific, despite opposition of numerous countries and of the International Court of Justice China and France are the only nuclear powers that have refused to sign the treaty against nuclear tests in the at- mosphere Japan, the only country ever to have been hit by atom bombs, expressed regret over the Chinese test and prepared to file a formal protest with Pe- king. Fallout of radio active ash from the explosion was ex- pected to hit Japan starting Fri- day. Near this glamorous halter under sun or stare! i i Dramatize your tan with a i clingy halter-top bordered by jlacy medallions. Crochet of cotton or 3-ply fingering yarn. Team with skirts, pants. Pat- tern 7257. sizes 12-18 incl. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. 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