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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta ZB LEIIIBniblb- nEi PfTSMD SUrfLIES Registered Irish Seller dog lor iale. Phone 328-8267. 744-4 Joanne s Poodle and Pel Clkipinc Service For appointment 328 3763 1186-ttr PULI Hungarian Sheep dogs Famous for intelligence and unique coat. Registered shots 1-226-6537. Olds. 460-6 For sale Three year old registered male St Bernard Good with children Phone 327-7775 325-3 Good home for black Poodle and blonde Cocker Spaniel. Phone 328-0068. 732-6 One year old registered female spayed Excellent children's pet and guard dog. Phone 328-8496. after 4 p.m. 535-tf Good home wanted for ten month old Terrier Very friendly. Phone 328- 4763 536-3 One only Queensland Blue Heeler female pup. Good cattle dog. Phone 234-2278. Fort Macleod 711-4 While they last registered black Great Danes. Two kennels. Phone 345-4539 or write Gloria Box 128. Coaldale. 712-9 Lab pups training at Okoonawa Kennels Phone 327- 9330 779-4 Two month old male purebred Blue Heeler pup for sale. Contact Bill Welling. 780-6 Siamese cat. Female. To be given away to good home Phone 328- 9549 781-9 Boarding Southalta Kennels offers individual care in modern facilities. Barnwell 223-4130. C804S-H 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANING PLANT Located in Lethbridge. Excellent volume and location. Finance1 statement available. Write Box Herald C8267-4 1973 Mack Conventional with or without California haul grossing S6800 per month. S6000 balance at S850 for 36 monlhs. Principles only. 1-653- 3034. Cardston. 673-4 KEY REALTY INSURANCE Phone 328-6671 Readv for one man operation gas pumps from Gulf six-year old garage 30 x 50 ft Complete line of tools valued at S16.000. Owner anxious and willing to deal with qualified mechanic. M.L.S. Call a C8307-3 ROYAL TRUST REAL ESTATE M.L.S. REALTORS 323 7 ST. S. WAREHOUSE FOR SALE 9600 sq ft of storage area. oft downtown area. Very good location. Also zoned for service station or mechanic work CallJACK WYATT at 328-2432 MLS PROGRESSIVE ENTERPRISE Local lumber yard and Link Hardware Franchise in prosperous town. Modern facilities with attractive located adjacent to major highways Accounts will be available to bona fide buyer. Possession upon completion of sale. For further information call HARRY NEUBAUER at 345-4889 EXCLUSIVE. C8306-U 90 CONTRACTS Qualified Custom Painters concrete houses etc. Phone collect. 752-3796. Raymond. 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new.and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South. 328-3251. C7769-H MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St C5216-K SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. College phone Residential. Commercial properties Farms and city or town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C8242-4 90 CONTRACTS Garage cement worn and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave. S Phone 327-6682 C7377-U Economy painting and decorating. Very very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tt Fences built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete all repairs. Jim 328- 3983. 7799-tf G.K N. CHOREMASTERS Lawns mowed and raked. We supply all equipment. Free estimates. Phone 327-5867. Lethbridge. 160-8 BOBCAT WORK We will dig out patios. Sidewalks. Back filling. r.ipan im Post hnlps Corral cleanina. Phone 327-3432. 505-31My FOR RENT Basement concrete vibrators. Form ties for sale. C J Equipment phone 4765. 1410 2 S C8076-7 A L J fviI N U M WINDOWS A D DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES 328-5745. C1936-II Fred Sterner cement old basements water in- sured. Phone 327-8286. 462-tt THE HANDYMAN All repair work. House and yard. Phone 328-3960. 508-7 J L ROOFING Built up cedar shakes re- roofing asphalt shingles root maintenance. Phone 328-0831. 9684-22 sidewalks house painting and ail repairs. Phone 327-3606 17-tf PUBLIC NOTICES COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO 21 NOTICE is hereby that the Council ol the County of Lethbridge No. 26 proposes to apply to the Locai Authorities Board for an Order to sell Lot 4. Plan 1457J K in accordance with Section 262 and amendments thereto ol the Planning Act. Chapter 276. Revised Statutes of Alberta 1972. A person claiming to be allected by the proposed disposition of the reserve shall serve written notice of his objection to me municipal secretary prior to the day on which the hearing is proposed to be held Representation regarding the proposed By-Law will be heard at the Council Meeting of May 1974 at 3.00 p m. at the County Council Chambers R E. Grant County Manager. County of Lethbridge No. 26 214 13th Street South Alberta. C2 Custom Cribbing and framing. Chinook Construction 328- 4707 C8743-tf Coniractor all lay stone cement in house small jobs accepted. 328-0266 or 329- 1B10.7M DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT CANADA TENDERS SEALED addressed to the undersigned and marked for Agriculture will be received up to 3iOO p m. Mountain Daylight Saving Time on May 1974 for a Right and Privilege Lease to cut and remove all hay. grass and weeds on the Lethbridge Airport on the areas designated by the Airport Manager of the said Airport. The term of the lease will be three years Tenders are to be submitted at a rate per annum for each year commencing with 1974. Rent is payable m advance on June 1. 1974 and each year Tender documents and further details regarding the land and other terms of the lease may be obtained contacting the Airport Lethbridge Airport. Alberta. 0. J. Western Region Department of Room Federal 9820 107th Alberta T5K 1G3. C11 DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDER Order No. 772-1401012 Drilling 8 Water Wells Sarcee Indian Reserve District Index No. 126 Sealed marked as to addressed to Department ol Indian Affairs'and Northern Development. 125 12th Avenue S E.. Calgary. Alberta. T2G will be received up to' TIME p.m. DATE. May 1974 Tender documents can be By General Contractors only on deposit of S25 00 in the form of a CERTIFIED payable to THE RECEIVER GENERAL OF from the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. 125 12th Avenue S.E.. Alberta. T2G OZ9. Examined- Calgary Construction Association Telepghone. 283-5555 2540 5th Avenue N W Alberta T2N OT5 Lowest 'or any tender not necessarily accepted. J.R.AUDIBERT Community improvement Officer District C7 DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDER For Order No. 7721401-010 Drilling 8 Water Wells Blackfoot Indian Reserve District Index No. 128 Sealed marked as to addressed to Department of Indian Affairs and Northern 125 12th Avenue S.E.. Alberta. T2G will be received up to- 3-00 p.m. May 1974. Tender documents can be By General Contractors only on deposit of in the form of a CERTIFIED payable to THE RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA from the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern 125 12th Avenue S.E.. T2G OZ9. Calgary Construction Association 283-5555 2540 5th Avenue N.W. Alberta T2N OT5. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J.R.AUDIBERT Community Improvement Officer District CB Soldier's sentence suspended CALGARY Donald Ivan a Calgary based member of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light received a two-year suspended sentence Thursday when he pleaded guilty to criminal negligence in the accidental shooting death of his best friend. In passing Mr. Justice John Macdonald said he agreed with defense counsel Milt who suggested that jailing Johnson was unnecessary since the tragedy of having to bear his friend's death for the rest of his life was than ample Court was told that Johnson and his Private Ronald Joseph were involved in some horse play with a .303- calibre rifle in Johnson's room Dec 17. Lee had been loading and ejecting bullets fi'om the rifle and tossed it to Johnson who accidenlly discharged fatally wounding his friend in In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH WATSON Barbara and Adair are proud to announce the birth of their daughter 7 Ibs. 10 on April 1974 at Grace Calgary. A sister for Garry. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nap Milroy of Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Theissing of Barons. 782 DEATHS PUKK Passed away in the city on May Mr. Arnold at the age of 66 years of 640 9th Street South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8386 DEATHS SMITH April Mr. Robert aged 62 of 2609 21st Street beloved father of Mrs. Roberta Calgary. He is also survived by two grandchildren. Services at THE GARDEN CHAPEL Funeral 540-16 Ave. N.W. on May at a.m.. Rev. Canon E.N.P. Anglican Church officiating. Cremation. 675 BURRITT Passed away in B.C. on May Mrs. Ann at the age of 96 formerly of the beloved mother of the late Mrs. G. H. of this city. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8385 VAN HORNE Charles passed away in Calgary on May at the age of 57 beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Van Home of 1122 28th St. S. Mr. Van Home was born in Lethbridge March 1917 and lived in Lethbridge all his life. He was a member of the Legion and was very active in the Fort Whoop Up Saddle Club to which he was given a life membership this past year. He was also active with the Lethbridge and District Exhibition. He owned and operated Murray Transport Service for the past 10 years. Previous to this he owned with his the Lethbridge Ice Co. until 1953. He served in the Navy during the war and was a former member of the Lethbridge City Police. He is survived by his loving wife two Jerry Conn of Vancouver and Charles Ross of one Mrs. Clifford Caldwell of Red five one Mrs. James Crighton of Lethbridge and two David Conn Van Home of Lethbridge and Donald Edward Van Home of Vancouver. He was predeceased by one brother Ross who was killed in the Second World War. Funeral services will be held May 1974 at p.m. in the Christensen with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer 409 Canada Trust Building. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C8390 HORVATH Anton passed away in Lethbridge on May 1974 at the age of 69 beloved brother of Steve Horvath of Mr. Horvath was born in Hungary on July 1904 and came to Canada and to Raymond in 1928. He worked at the Knight Sugar Co. Ranch for some time and later worked in the beet fields of Southern Alberta before starting to work for the where he worked for 14 before retiring in 1969. He had lived in Lethbridge for some 15 years. He was a member of the Hungarian Old Timers Club. He leaves to mourn his Steve and Julia Horvath of Leslie in Agnes and Elizabeth in the Old three nephews. James and a Ethel all from the Lethbridge district. He was predeceased by two Julius and Louis of Lethbridge. Requiem Mass will be said in the St. Patrick's Catholic Church on May 4th at with Father E. B. Field as celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary Section of the Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel 10 St. on Friday evening at p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Services. C8388 BULLSHIELDS passed away in on April 1974 at the age of 23 beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bullshields of Standoff. Requiem Mass will be said in the St. Catherines Catholic Church in Standoff on May 4th at 11 with Father J. Regnier as celebrant. Interment will follow in the Standoff Cemetery. Wake and Prayers will be said in the church on Friday evening CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C8387 High country hiking MACK Passed away at Calgary on May Stella of Calgary and formerly of Bow at age 83 years. Born at April she was raised at Saskatchewan. Moving to southern Alberta in she married at Bow Island in 1917 and resided there until moving to Calgary in 1964. Predeceased by her Arthur and one Cecil. Survivors include two Milton and one Russell two Mrs. Muriel B.C. and Mrs. Mae one granddaughter. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Andrew's United Church in Bow Island on May 6th at 2 with Rev. Oliver Hodge officiating. Interment will follow in Hillside Medicine Hat. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL are in charge of arrangements. C8391 MAKARENKO Nickolas passed away in Lethbridge on May 1974. at the age of 81 beloved husband of Mrs. Maggie Makarenko of 1222 9th St. N. Mr. Makarenko was born June 1893 in Austria and came to Canada and B.C. in 1909. In 1912 he moved to where he worked in the mines at Coalhurst and later in the No. 6 Mine in Lethbridge. He then worked in the Dallas Hotel until he retired. He was a member of the Slovac Society and a member of St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife one Margaret Murray of one daughter-in- Mrs. Ron Makarenko of four five two Bill in the Old Country and Larry of Lethbridge and two sisters in the Old Country. He was predeceased by one Ronald in 1966. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on May 1974 at a.m. in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic with Rev. Father R. Zuback as Celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary Section of Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel 10th St. tonight at p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service C8389 CARDS OF THANKS NEILSON -1 wish to thank all my family and friends for the gifts and cards I received while I was a patient in the hospital. Thanks also to the doctors and nurses of St. Neilson 713-4 BOHANCHUK We wi to express our sincere thanks to all our dear friends for their messages of beautiful and help at the time of our loss. Bohanchuk and family 733-3 LEES I wish to thank the doctors of the Haie nurses and staff of Municipal Hospital for their care and kindnesses during my recent illness. Also my appreciation is extended to relatives and friends for visits and enquiries. Lees 783 There's hardly a more Canadian holiday than a hike through the mountains. Alberta is blessed with any number of mountain trails to test the novice or the most experienced traveller of the mountain country. British Columbia offers similar escapes in the high country. These young people are crossing an alpine area in the Bugaloos of British Columbia as part of a program offered by Canadian Mountain Holidays Ltd. of Banff. Proven N-safety records big factor in co-operation LONDON Energy Secretary Eric Varley says proven safety more than any other will de- termine whether Britain co- operates with Canada in the future production of nuclear power or finds some other sys- tem. Varley also told the Commons Thursday the government will make a decision on the subject within several weeks. He was speaking during a debate on the over-all energy policy to be followed by Britain for the remainder of the century. Canada has been pressing Britain to adopt the Candu nu- clear a heavy-water system which uses natural uranium and is in many ways similar to a prototype generator being tested here. Varley said Candu has the advantages of using uranium which doesn't first have to be put through a costly enriching process. It has but fairly-well established reliability and safety records and has actually been in full operation at for more than two years. DRAWBACKS LISTED But it would likely be ex- tremely its operating flexibility is limited and it is still unclear whether it could meet British safety he said. The minister gave the clear that if the government decides on it would only be as part of a joint venture of some nature and not as an outright purchase. British officials have to de- cide whether simply to continue to expand the two trouble-plagued nuclear systems already in use or being tested to buy a light-water reactor from the United States or to work with the Canadians. Patrick energy minister in the former Conservative said there is a strong argument for saying Britain should go ahead with its heavy-water reactor system but incorporate parts of Candu in it. This would provide Britain with some advanced technology and perhaps open up a large number of export particularly in developing countries. He is going to Canada with a number of other MPs next he to look at Candu. if we put the two sys- tems we would be going to a reactor type of which not a single prototype he added. This could mean considerable delay and perhaps many difficulties. Jenkin said the light-water reactors have solidly-proven operational records but their safety aspects have been the subject of great controversy. It might take two years before British authorities would be able to determine whether they meet the required standards. The Candu system appeared to be close enough to the heavy-water type here that safety standards would be fairly close between the two countries. Varley denied a report by the highly-respected science editor of The Financial David that Britain has already decided on a combination of the heavy- water British reactors and Candu. He said that decision would not be taken until the views of all interested MPs have been heard. He stressed that the Ameri- can reactor is the cheapest available but he said there are many drawbacks in buying it because this would mean im- porting technology rather than developing it at home. Laotian cabinet delays assembly VIENTIANE The new Laotian cabinet is not go- ing to let the National Assembly apparently in an attempt to prevent trouble between right-wing assemblymen and Communist members of the new government- Government spokesman Ou- day Souvannavong said the cabinet decided not to convene the 60-man assembly to present political circum- There was no immediate' re- action from assembly president Phoui Sananikone or other but Ouday said the assemblymen will continue to receive their full pay. The assembly had been scheduled to reopen May 11. It includes a number of right- wing deputies who are critical of concessions made to the Communist Pathet Lao in the recent negotiations that resulted in formation of the coalition government. The cabinet is made up of Legislature given data on highways spending five members from the Pathet five conservatives from the old Vientiane government and two neutralists. Putting the assembly in cold storage also may avert a clash between it and the joint na- tional political a policy group set up under the peace accords signed in February to end the civil war in the mountain kingdom. The council is headed by the Pathet Lao Prince Souphanouvong. Disbarred Md. Former vice-president Spiro Agnew was disbarred Thursday from the practice of law in the United States. The decision means Agnew may not practice law anywhere in the U.S. ACTIVE IN CANADA The Girl Guides of Canada has been active for 75 years. Portrait ransom sought DUBLIN A ransom letter listing demands in ex- change for the return of million worth of stolen paintings was received in Dublin police said. They added that the letter said all 19 stolen a week ago from the home of millionaire Sir Alfred Beit in the world's biggest art will be destroyed if the demands are not met by May 14. The letter said five of the paintings would be returned if the Price two young Irish extremists jailed in Eng- are transferred to Northern Ireland. It said the other 14 paintings would be returned in exchange for Police said the letter was received by Dr. James director of the Dublin National where some of the stolen paintings were on exhibit this winter. It was posted in capital of Northern Ireland. police raided thousands of hotels and rooming houses across Ireland early today searching for a gang that stole the paintings and for Irish Republican Army terrorists. Police was the biggest security operation ever carried out in the but results were not immediately primary objective was information about the art but each policeman also was supplied with photographs of wanted mem- bers of the IRA. Guests and staffs of hotels were questioned and shown photographs or drawings of wanted men and security authorities said. Officials said the raids were planned six days ago after the theft of 19 masterpieces from the home of British millionaire Sir Alfred Beit in by a gang of four men and a French-speaking woman. EDMONTON Highways spending last year in the Banff-Cochrane riding represented by Highways Minister Clarence Copithorne was information tabled in the legislature Thursday revealed. A minor controversy had been brewing in the legislature this week over the total spending in the constituency. The Social Credit1 opposition had asked for figures on spending in eight rural but when the information for Banff-Cochrane was originally it did not include all the highway construction done in the riding. Hob opposition House had said Mr. Copithorne was probably embarrassed by the spending in his riding. Mr. Copithorne said it was an oversight that figures on total spending had not been tabled originally. The next highest amount spent in 'one of the constituencies covered by the written reply was million. The government also was needled Thursday about another highways issue its 1971 campaign promise to establish a Highways Commission. It was to have been an independent commission that would have removed any chance of preferential treatment in highway construction. Premier Peter Lougheed told NDP Leader Grant who raised the the commission is still being studied as a way to long-term construction financing from general operating CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council. Con- tact Bowman Arts Weekdays 10 am -5 p.m. Telephone 327-2813. CURRENT EVENTS Tonight and Saturday No Pot Bowman Arts Centre 10 a.m.-10 p.m. May 5 Guitar Dale First Baptist 3 p.m. May Elementary School Art Westminster School Sunday p.m. and Monday 7-9 p.m. May 6 Lethbridge Yates p.m. COMING EVENTS May 12 Anne Campbell Singers Spring Yates p.m. May 12 Myers High School First Baptist 3 p.m. May 13 Secondary School Art LCI Sunday p.m. and Monday 7-9 p.m. CONTINUING EVENTS Sir Alexander Gait Monday-Friday p.m. and Sunday 2-5 p.m. ;