Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
March 20, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HEXA13 _ 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES UP To Invest In Income producing prop- erty (dry, farm, or ranch) or business sole owner or wrtner or All replies treated wilh slrlct- eit confidence. No agents preferred. Wrltt Box 10, Kerild. Floods cause havoc in east ROYAL TRUST Phone 328-7761 COAST TO COAST REALTORS RECORD BAR SMALL INVESTMENT, BIG BUS We have just listed a very a trve record bar tn choke 1 cation. Owner is anxrous lo sell be- cause ol health reasons. Give us oil on this one. EXCLUSIVE BIRTHS ASFLUND Darryl and ancy are pleased to announce ie arrival of their chosen son, yan Charles, born February o, 1973. Proud grandparents re Mrs. Van Den Hengel and Ir. and Mrs. C. Asplund. In- ured. 8895 LARSON Born to Mr. snd Irs. Fred C. Larson in Calgary General Hospital, Karen Lynne, baby sister for Justin Grant. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD PHONE 328-3331 "List with the leader" Multiple Listing Service TOWN OF VAUXHALL Grocery doing a larae turnover. Owner ha ether Interests and must move. Wai us ofler en this Ihrlvtng buslnes Full price conlect Roy Clelan at 327-633S. Exclusive. PICTURE BUTTE Cale, sleepl rooms end 'pool rcom comblnatlc Asking price Includes bulldl fixtures. Call Lloyd Farrell 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS Schwartz Agencies (1972) ltd. College Mall, Phone 338-3331 Residential, commercial Farms and ranches. City or Tow Lowest Interest rates available. Fir and second mortgages. MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-554B Grandparents, Mr. luss Workman Emma Larson. and and Mrs Mrs. 3920 FUNERALS REA Funeral service for William Jtea, beloved husband of Mrs. Catherine Kea of 2117 8th Ave. S. who died in the city Wednesday, March 7, 1973, af- ter a brief illness at the age of 75 years, was held at 1 p.m. Saturday in Martin Bros. Tra- ditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. with Rev. L. D. Hankinson of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Doug and Harris, Fran- cis and James Wright, Bill Sos- ick and Garth rilling. Inter- ment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. IN MEMORIAM SL1NGSBY In loving mem- ory of mother, who passed away March 20, 1957 and dad, June 23, 1963. There is a long and winding load Along which each must go, It leads beyond the hills o time Irto the sunset glow. But only for a little while Our loved ones leave our sighj For just beyond UK hills they wait In Gcd's Eternal LigSi. remembered b y Doris and Charles- DEATHS ROWE Passed away in Ure city on Monday, March 19, 1973, Mr. Nattemel (Nat) Howe at .he age of 87 years of the Devon Nursing Home. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Flmehal Service. C8156 MAHE Passed away sud- denly in the city on Monday, March 13, 1973 Mr. Edward Frank (Eddie) Maha at the age of CO years, beloved husband of Mrs. May Mahe of 1032 12th St B. South. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced whan completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. called MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing: In small and eld homes call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South, 90 CONTRACTS FOR RUMPUS ROOMS, KITCHEH cupboards, remodelling and repairs _ 337-3219. Free estl- ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, MB- 5W5. CH34.II C8155 WILLIAMS Myrtle Delila, Raymond passed away Sun- day, March 18, 1973 at the age of 78 years. Funeral services will be held Thursday, March 22 at 1 p.m. in Taylor Siake Chapel, with Bishop R. H. Wat- son officiating. Interment will follow in the Glenwood Ceme- tery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon until prior to the service in the Relief Society room of the cmrrcluJMRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of fu- neral service. C8157 MACDONALD Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Annie Macdonald, aeloved wife of the late Mr. James Walker Macdonald who died in the city Monday, March Ipc 12, 1973, after a brief illness at the age of 80 years, was held at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Martin 1 Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th JLltl VCU St. N., with Bev. A. King of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Grant Horn, Collin Hague, Dav- id Rcidel, Ramsay Vickers, Charles Macdonald and Ronald Fleming. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of Uie arrange- ments. HALL Funeral service lor Mrs Fanny Hall, beloved wife of' the late Mr. Ralph Hall who died in the city March 14, 1973, after a brief illness at the age of 88 years, was held at 3 p.m Monday in Martin Bros. Memo- rial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Archdeacon C. Swanson offi dating. Pallbearers were Bil S cullen, Carl Baumann, Rei 3 r o w n, Johnny Henderson Wally Huff and George Ram age. Interment was in the fam- ily plot in Mountain View Cem- etery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. ZIEGLER Requiem mass for Mr. George Ziegler, beloved husband of Mrs. Anna Ziegler of Hardieville who died in the city Sunday, March 11, 1973, af- ter a long illness at the age of MONTREAL (CP) A state' f emergency was declared Monday night in Lachenalc, a community just north of Mon- real, after the bordering Milles [les River overflowed, causing severe flooding. Lachenaie Mayor Edouard Sarrazen said the state of emer- gency was called after con: sultalion with his adminis tration. "The ice shifted after supper and ths water rose he said. "If it shifts again things will get worse." Civil protection crews were sent in to help and "already people are being evacuated by truck because the water is too deep for them lo use their he said. The mayor said he has re- quested help from the Canadian Armed Forces in evacuating residents to a high school where emergency accomodations have been set up. A Quebec Police office said many streets were covered with as much as three feet of water. The spring thaw and sub- sequent ice jams have caused the Milles Isles River and Riv- iere des Prairies, just north of Montreal, to overflow their em- bankments in the last 10 days and flood neighboring commu- nities. SITUATION WORSENING Earlier in the df.y, Montreal police asked the Quebec natural department to exam- ne flood conditions in several Montreal-area municipau'ties after Hydro-Quebec officials said the situation was getting rorse. A Hydro spokesman said wa- fer was coming into their Riv- ieres des Prairie pkint at a rate ot' cubic feet a second compared with cubic feel Sunday. Police said more than 40 homes have been damaged by floods in the community. Authorities in suburban Pierrefonds reported water in ssveral streets was up to two feet or more and up to five in basements. In suburban Roxboro, blocked sewers added to the existing !ood problems. Mayor W. G. Boll said it was the commu- lily's worst flooding since 1959 and estimated about 200 homes rill be Uireaened unless cool veather sets in and prevents more flooding. In Laval and parts of Ste. Rose and Fabreville, 600 homes were flooded when tho miles [sles River overflowed banks. The affected communities are wilhin a 20 mile radius of W treal. PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) Forty-six South AM cans were hanged in Pretori; Central prison last year. Then was no official breakdown b; race, but it is believed only on white was executed. Controversial bylaw being drawn up DRUMHELLEK (CP) City council was told by Aid. Os- wrno Shcddy Monday nvht :hat "progress" is being made n drawing up a proposed by- law that would prohibit corpor- ations from selling farm pro- ducts door to door in this southeastern Alberta The controversial subject Is scheduled to come up again at (he next council meeting on AprU 2. Suggestions that the bylaw is primarily aimed at Hutterite colonies on the area have been denied by Aid. Shed- dy. A notice of motion for the bylaw was introduced after the province announced the repeal of the Communal Properties Act. which restricted land pur- chases by the religious, com- munal-living Huttento sect. DO YOU NEBO A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or repairs In your home? E and L Construction. Phom 32t-iJ37. 7SW-1I GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson end Sorenson Construction, 1030 7lh Ave. S. Phonl 327-6682. C7377-1I EDMONTON Highway 11, profiles be supplied upon a further d5- cf Each hfrf nitEt tft accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10 per cent cf TsntJar. Tenders be opened In pub- 1 re. The I owe sf or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V. E. McCune, Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. NOTICE Of ANNUAL MEETING Notice [s hereby given thai a mccl r.g cf ths users ol Unttec district will t! hsld al In HitlLprlng Sctosl, Hllhprlng, (ioy ol 1973 at ck In aUarnom, Icr the pu of the pfesentatlcn of ine VM repcrls ol the Chairman, In Manager and Ihe Auditor of the Boan nd any other business of the Dlstrlc Dated at GlMivnotfVllle, this 15t dsy of torch, im. A. D. Nlelson j e 1 o v e d -wife of the late Mr. )uncan MacLeod who died in he city Tuesday, March after a brief illness at the age of 83 years, was held at 3 p.m, Thursday in Martin Bros. Tra- ditional "Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. A. King officiating. Pallbearers were K. G. (Grant) McKay, Donald G. Wilson, Ken Tlieirman, Jim Thomson, George Brown and Fred Kei- ver. Interment was in the fam- ily plot In Mountain View Cem- etery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- ovs of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SPEAKER Funeral ser- vice for Mr. Michael Speaker, heloved husuand of Mrs. Olga Speaker of Enchant who died suddenly in the city Monday, March 5, 1973, at the age ol 65 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thurs- day in the Enchant Evangelical Frco Church wish Rev. William Hurrcll officiating, assisted by Mr. Orvis Kennedy. Pallbear- ers were Bill Wyse, John Wiest, Lome Kesler, George Virostok, George Gillespie and Bud Pe- terson. Interment was in the family pic.', in the Enchant Cem- cteiy. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. day by Bob Key, a former in- spector with the transport de- partment. Mr. Key, now general man- ager of MacKenzie Air Ltd., said in an interview the regu- lations, affecting single- and light twin-engine aircraft, were planned three years ago to be- come effective Jan. 1, 1974. He charged the government stand is the result of bad publicity following the Nov. 5 crash of an Arctic mercy flight piloted by Marien Harhvell. The flight, from Cambridge to Yelbwknife in the Northwest Territories, led to the deaths of all three passen- gers. Mr. Hartwell was rescued after 32 days, following a search estimated to have .cost million. Mr. Marchand said Saturday in Yellowknife the plan would include navigational aids and new flight rules. The new rules would provide aircraft mainte- nance standards, pilot-training requirements and night regula- tions. TRAINING PROGRAM Most commercial operations already conduct flight watches to monitor the progress of their aircraft and most maintain framing program for pilots, Mr. Key said. MacKenzie spenl on training in the last quarter of 1972, he said. Mr. Key said 95 per cent ol commercial aircraft are now equipped with crash position in dicators, a suggested manda tory requirement. "Those new regulations wil have little or no effect on our said Mr. Key.' "In fact, not a thing will change.1 Railway debt piles up EDMONTON (CP) The million debt of the Alberta Resources Railway (ARID is growing about million a year, Provincial Treas u r er Gordon Miniely told a legisla- tive sub committee. He said he plans to introduce n bill increasing the amount ARR borrow from the TENDERS Will be accepted for ol the Cartis.on Gc1f Count tor the period April 15 to October 15, 1973, Successful appllcznt will fee paid on a monthly basts and U responsible for hiring and payment of necessary Jiern run Iht course. The successful applicant will be reipcoslbfe fer all maintenance and operation cf Ihe Golf Courie and will bo allowed the con- cession and pro shop. Tenders to be submFHtd n noon April 3, 1973. Submit to R. W. Secretary Manager M. D, of Cardsfon No. f Cardston, Alberta CHEMICAL TENDER will be for the undersigned fd I owing: gal. drums L.V. 95 gal. rfrums Amine BO 61 gallon ccr.telners L.V Ester 94 gal. Marallnon Livestock goUcn ccnlainers Banvel Tenders to March 31, 1973. Pu lowest or any rid necessarily accepted. J. K. Duncan County of Warner No, I Warner, CARDS OF THANKS PODTIASKY I would like jo thank my doctor, the nurses and start on Ihe First Floor for he wonderful care and alten- ion I received during my stay in the St. Michael's Hospital. 8B9G-21 DOYLE I would like send a special thank _you the doctors, nurses, Chaplain and all First and Second floor staff nt St. Michael's Hospital for the good care given me; also to my family and friends for Eowtrs, gifts, csius, visits and inquiries. Thank you. Doyle. 8937 FURS SOLD MOSCOW (AP) About fur skins were sold at an international fur auction in Leipzig, East Germany, the offi- cial Soviet nerms agency Tass said. government lo million from the current million. B'red Peacock, industry and commerce minister, totd the sub committee studying the treasury department's budget (hat although the AER was originally to receive a ton for hauling coal, it now re- ceives only 60 cents a ton. Mr. Peacock said he has not been able to find the cabinet order in council required to authorize the reduced rate, set in 1967 when Japan agreed to purchase coal from Grande ITache. "The Japanese just wouldn'l pay any more on the contrac! lhan would allow for more than the 50 per ton be said. Mr. Miniely suggested tha the reduced rale was simply approved by memo from a for- mer provincial treasurer. Back to work EDMONTON (CP) The 100 Ward air stewardesses who have ended their strike against the air charter company are expected lo return to work Wednesday, a company official said today. The stewardesses walked olf their jobs on Canada's biggest charter airline Jan. 12 and end- ed their strike Thursday. Tire buying made simple 'Tire and Auto Centre ALL SIZES ONE LOW PRICE Blackwall Installed Whitewalr, Installed: SSmontn wearout guarantee Fibre Glass Belted 42 month wearout guarantee Guardsman 4 Ply These sUes in Blackwall or Size C78-14 -78-14 F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 F73-15 G78-15 695-14 735-14 775-14 825-14 855-14 775-15 625-15 855-15 GUARDSMAN: Sinipsons-Sears fully guar- anteed, rugged long mileage 4 ply nylon tire. Proven safe and reliable for city and super highway driving. Special tread design handles well, is stable and has excellent hold' grip on rain soaked highways. WIDE GUARD: Fibre Glass bells for added traction and extra squirm is cut and road hazard protection increased. Rugged nylon cord body plies for plenty of safe, smooth riding comfort. All this for only more than Guardsman 4 ply. Wide Guard Belled Available in Blackvvnll; Single ring and twin ring Whitewalls F78-1-1 G78-14 H78-14 J78-14 F78-15 G78-15 H78-15 J7B-15 775-14 825-1-t 855-14 865-14' 775-15 825-15 B55-15 635-15' 'Wbftewail only rt 1. P.tplacammiccil baled on Ucad uua, V.X VVtA-V price. N31 puncluresarermedalnottosc. I 3- fiuarsmeedfisair-mrcad weaioulot specific number of mCfUhs. I! lite wc.iitcul a expires, iha follow no discour.t oil the eui itovrarflsa replicemeni. SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 q.m. to 6 p.m. Dolly Thursday ond Friday unlil 9 p.m. Centre Village ?nd Ave. and 13lti Si. N.