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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ___. Monday, May 14, 1973 THf LETHiRIDQE HIRAIP 21 SO SERVICES AND REPAIRS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 32S-W42. C3751-tf AUTHORIZED GE LAWN MOWER rebuilding service. Sore Repair Ltd., 1011 3rd Ave. S. 2093-tf SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, etc. Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. 328-5114. 84 GARDENING NEW LAWNS, FENCE BUILDING. Odd Phone 328-8583. 1467-tf FRANK'S ROTOTILLtNG. PROMPT service. Phone 323-7389. 9828-30J TOP SOIL AND WELL ROTTED MA- nure. Phone 328-3289. 2013-tf TROY WAY ROTOTILLING. NINE IN depth. Minimum Phone 327.M23 sr 328-6732, p.m. C9249-19 ROTOTILLING AND PLOWING WITH large yellow rototiller. 327-8237. 1404-tf WELL ROTTED CHICKEN AND COW manure. Delivered. Phone 327-3289. 1641-22 ROTOTILLING. PHONE AFTER p.m. week days, anytime weekend 327-1813 Kurt Alblez. 2445-15 WELL ROTTED MANURE FOR SALE Delivered. Phone 327-6520 or 327-7918 1156-14 LAWNS AERATED AND P OWE R raked. Mike Bobak, phone 327-1777 971-tf HEAVY DUTY ROTOTILLING. SAT- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 327-1227. 543-28 ROTOTILLING, YARDS CLEANED Reasonable rates. Phone 327-8433. 654-tf 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUREBRED GERMAN SHEPHERD, eight month! old. Phone 327-M92. X3222-19 FOR SALE ONE COCKAPOO Well-bred, four months old. 524 7th Ave. S., Apt. 1, after p m. 2466-19 FOR SALE ONE SEVEN WEEK old purebred long haired Dachshund- s'. Phone Cesstord, Alta. 2329-14 PUREBRED GERMAN SHORTHAIR Pointer pups. Excellent breeding. Can be papered. Phone 545-2197, Bow Island. 2297-12 FOR SALE WHITE TINY TOY male Poodle, six months old. Register- ed, tatcced, and ail shots. 2V: pounds. Parents have three generation papers. Phone 344-J247, Courts. 2047-14 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates Pruning, trimming and fell- Ing Call 328-2094 7030 tf LANDSCAPING- SALES AND MOV- ING OF LARGER TYPE TREES. SPRUCE TREE LTD. PHONE 328-5806 559-31My LARGE YELLOW ROTOTILLER. Will also do lawns and aardens Work guaranteed. 327-2595; after 6 pm 328-7028. 181 Mf LLOYD'S TREE TRIMAA1NG SERVICE Hedge trimming, trees tnm-ned or removed. For prompt service 327-2641. C5121-tf TANAKA'S GREENHOUSES WIDE selection of bedding out plants Also nursery stocks. Vs mile east of Dnve- In on Coutts Highway. Phone 327-4378. 1957-4J GARDEN MUMS, PANSIES, AND geraniums, Spanish onion plants Ap- ply Dan's Greenhouse. 1507-tf EIGHT H.P. ROTOTILLER FOR and efficient service Phone 328- 938? 1208-tf DRIED GROUND MANURE, iN PLAS- fic bags each Free delivery. Phone Coalhurst Greenhouse. 3279530 ises-tf WILL DO LAWN CUTTING THROUGH- oU summer or while on holidavs. Have ovn equipment. Phone 328-4108 2351 17 LENS GREENHOUSE-IS-NOT by railroad station, but is located half mils EAST of trailer court Coal hurst. Bedding Plants and Garden seeds Buy more for less 2094-22 Tomato and beddinq out plants for sale. 313 12th St. C. N. Phone 328-1595-Jack Coyle. 2465 19 ROYAL TRUST Phone 328-7761 COAST TO COAST REALTORS SOMEWHERE IN CANADA ROYAL TRUST SELLS A house every 44 minutes Let us sell yours We trade across town or across Canada in any of our 77 offices REVENUE BUILDING TABER New building in ideal downtown Taber location. Has long term lease with na- tional company. Excellent investment Full mortgage available to approved purchaser. Call Royal Trust for furtn- er details. EXCLUSIVE CARDSTON Excellent opportunity to invest in a farm service centre. Car, truck and machinery dealerships available. Eight suite partially furnished. Building Is approximately sq. ft. of cement bloclc construction with 400 ft. main street frontage. Owner is very anxious to sell because of ill health If you are interesed in such business, give us a call. M L S. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams Artificial kidney breakthrough seen DEATHS HUPP Saturday, May 12, 1973, Gusiav Hupp, age 67 years, Champion. Graves i d e service Champion Cemetery, Tuesday p.m., the Rev. J. Wood officiating. VULCAN FU- NERAL HOME, In charge of arrangements. C9356 HARTLEY Harvey H. of Stirling, passed away in Leth- bridge on Monday, May 14, 1973, at the age of 77 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. .Mary Hartley of Stirling. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTEN- SEN SALMON F U N E RAL HOME LTD., in charge of ar- rangements. C9357 KOEPKE Passed away suddenly in Picture Butte on DEATHS LOWTHER Joseph K., passed away suddenly in Drumheller on Saturday, May 12, 1973 at age 58. He came to Lelhbridge with his parents in 1927 from England. He served overseas with the Fifth Field Ambulance in the Second World War. His family left Lethbridge in 1949 and moved to Drumheller where he re- sided until the time of his pass- ing. Survivors include his wife, Ann (nee two sons, Ronald and Kenneth; three brothers, William, Tom and John; two sisters, Mrs. Cather- ine Lynch and Mrs. Marina Pischenger; and two grand- children, Colleen and Maureen. Services will be held at p.m. Wednesday, May 16 at the HAMILTON (CP) An arti- ficial kidney almost as portable S as an electric useable even in a be in use within three years, a madical meeting was told on the weekend. Dr. John Price, associate pro- fessor of medicine at University of British Columbia and direc- tor of kidney dialysis at Van- couver General Hospital, said the six-ounce artificial kidney could probably be worn on a than blood, but even belt around the waist. Dr. Price, who heads a team working on the machine for six years, was addressing the an- nual meeting of the Ontario with dogs the tiny machine pro- duced no clots Dr. Price said. SURVEY HELPS The meeting was told that a survey of about 1.000 school girls in Ontario's Peel County showed that five of the girls had previously-undetected dis- eases that later might have re- sulted in kidney failure Dr. Gerald Arbus of the To- ronto Hospital for Sick Chil- dren, who conducted the screen- ing program, said it has been of immense benefit in detecting certain types of kidney disease. He recommended that similar programs be carried out else- branch, Kidney Foundation of I Canada. "We might be able to cut i Dr. Peter Knight, transplant surgeon at St. Joseph's Hospital here, said that if only one-tenth of the people killed in traffic ac- cidents in Ontario each year had their kidneys donated for transplants, there would be more than enough for every On- tarian who could use one. But while died on the roads last year, only 63 kidneys were transplanted throughout the province. Dr. Knight said accident vic- tims make the best donors be- cause generally they died of head injuries and there is no damage to the needed organs. Knox United Church, Drumhell- Sunday, May Mr. Leon- er. j erd Kospke, at the age of 51 years of Picture Butte, beloved husband of ths late Mrs. Beryle Marie Koepke. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced h e n completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Service. C9354 where. The screening program in-1 volved testing of urine for pro-1 dialysis (filtration) to teg> are' mJ5V SMP Bested because about one per, might be possible to dialyse rf] Wd rin. Pal tern One problem in getting tht kidneys is that the highest acci- dent rates are in areas that have no transplant centres, doctor said. Victoria, Bruce, Norfolk, Haldimand, Parry Sound and Nipissing all have traffic death rates of more than 45 per million population while the rates in larger centres arc much lower. Pattern while driving to and from work or while sitting in an arm- cent of girls have kidney in- fections comcared with about chair. 2480 .03 per cent for boys. Doctor Arbus said that, or-, Dr. Price said the ganized on a large scale, the i 15 inches long, six inches wide tests wouid cost from 50 cents and four inches been to per child. He compared used with promising results 10 j tne it costs to times on dogs and six times on' detect one active case of tu- IN MEMORIAM ANDROKOV1CH In loving human patients berculosis from mass x-ray pro- 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchant? Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 CHUM Chief Mountain Sod Services Lawn Sod Phone 328-0924 Just Arrived! EVERGREENS SHADE TREES UP TO 12 FT. FRUIT TREES ORNAMENTAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS LACOMBE NURSERIES COALDALE, ALTA 345-462: CLOSED SUNDAYS C864D-tf Did you know you can rent Rototillers Power Rakss Lawn Sweepers Post Hole Augers Hedge Trimmers Cham Saws Lawn Edgsrs Wheelbarrows Paint Sprayers Camper Jacks Cement Mixers Cement Trowels Ladders Etc Etc WARDS SERVICES LTD. 1712 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-8775 Open 7 a.m. 7 p.m. Except Sundays and Holidays 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES MORTGAGES All types of mortgaae financing' In small and old horres Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave South, 328 C251 C7769 tf 90 CONTRACTS DAVIDOFF John, laid to, i rest. Funeral services were held from Manly Funeral Chap-. el on Wednesday, March 21, 1973 for the late John Matthew Davidoff. aged 58 of Grand Forks, B.C., who died Sunday, March 18. 1973. Interment was in the TJ.S.C.C. cemetery. Man- ly Funeral Home Ltd. conduct- ed the funeral arrangements. Mr. Davidoff was born at Hal- sey, Oregon and moved with his parents to Pincher Creek. Alberta in 1918, where the fam- ily engaged in farming. In 1951, he married 'Annie Fedosoff in Grand Forks and she returned with him to Pincher Creek. Surviving him are his wife, Annie: three sisters, Mrs. Fred Cbernenkoff of Pincher Creek, Alberta; Mrs. Polly Stushnoff of Vancouver. B.C. and Mrs. Merl Bond, also of Pincher Creek: also three nieces and five nephews. Many close rela- tives attended the funeral from out of town. 2479 PAINTING DONE PART-TIME EX- and Inferior. Free estimates. Phone 328 6925. 235S-1S QUALITY CEMENT WORK. SIDE- walks, patios, fence footing. Reason- able prices. 327-3432 233022 REMODELLING OR NEW. CALL Sunny South Construction Ltd. Phone 345 30-M. 2187-15 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6662. C7377-tf FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 327-5087, 328-3983 52312my EXTERIOR PAINTING WILL paint house exteriors and fences Free estimates, reasonable rates. Phone 328-6236. 23S4-17 FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- i sured, free estimates. Phone 327-82S6. I C3S61-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE MO CHANG- ING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328- ALL REPAIRS-CARPENTRY, ROOh- mq specializing in chimneys, brick, cement blocks, csment finishing stuc- coina, fireplaces, house ralsinq and moving 328-0266 CB745-tf memory cf a dear mother and grandmctner, Katherine Andro-1 kovich, who pasrsd away May, 14. 19-36. Seven years have passed since that sad day. It was God's will that you should not stay A million words cannot ex-j press j Our heartache, sadness a n d loneliness. j remembered and sad- j ly missed by sons, Joseph, Andrew, Leslie and their families. 2451 Dogs' blood clots more easily grams Heath promises Scotland its own legislature i DO YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or repairs in your home' E and L Construction Phone 328-2237 7699-tf PRIVATE Homes only. Complete painting ser- vice. Reasonable rates Guaranteed work For free estimate phone 328-4955. 2471-12J HEALTHY STARTED TURKEY poults Phone 234-3766, Fort Macieod. 2200 tf FRYERS PAN READY 50 CENTS Ib. Discount on dozen lots. Free de- livery. Custom killing. Heimuth Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. C9225-tf 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Business building for sale or lease, centre of Main Street, Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. 7843-tf PUBLIC NOTICE DISTRIBUTORS NEEDED EXCLUSIVE OPPORTUNITY AUTO-HOME ACCESSORIES and CARE PRODUCTS 11 BILLION S ANNUAL MARKET MO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY SPARE, PART OR FULL TIME Nev marketlna system permits man pr woman to distribute multi-million S prs-sold advertised products for six major U S companes in the billion S Auto'Home products field. Restock co-npsny secured accounts vsekly high prcfit, high impulse, fast reoeaf ronsurrer item1; from: SIMONIZ, TEX- IZE, DUPONT, JOHNSON WAX, HOLLYWOOD ACCESSORIES and PRE- MIUM TOOLS MO INITIAL SELLING' INCOVE STARTS IMMEDIATELY1 COMPANY FURNSHEO ACCOUNTS! GUARANTEED INVENTORY BUY BACK1 AVNIMUM CASH INVESTMENT, rr S3 772, UP TO CANADIAN FUNDS should have car, minimum of snare hours weekly, reliable and riai-le to assume bu'.iness responsl- Hl.tic-i within 30 days If you meet these rrquirements, have the cash in- vestment and sincerely want to own business, then write and in- clude phcne number to INTERNATIONAL MARKETING SYSTEMS INC. DIV., DEPT M MS MID COUNTY INDUSTRIAL D" ST LOUIS, MISSOURI 63114 5410-U DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION WESTERM REGION TENDER TENDERS FOR SEWAGE DISPOSAL PLANT Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until p.m local Reglna time, on June i, 1973, for Additions and Improvements to Water, Sewer and Storm Drainage Systems, Brandon, Manitoba, Contract 11 Sewage Disposal Plant. In gen- eral, the work consists of the supply of all materials for and the construction of a reinforced concrete aeration ditch, two pumphousss and a clarifier build- ing, complete with mechanical aeration eqquipment, mechanical piping and re lated electrical and earth work. The site of the v.ork is located approxi- mately cne and one-half mllps east of the City of Brandon, Plans and soecificatinns may be viewed In the Winnipeg, Brandan, Sas- katoon and Reglna offices of the Iscal Builders' Exchange cr Construction Association. Plans, specifications, instructions and forms for bidding may be obtained from the undersigned at his office in Regma, Saskatchewan, upon the de posit of dollars 00) cash or a certified -heque for the amount, payable to the Receiver General of Canada, v.iilch depcsit will be redeem sole upon the return cf the plans specifications in qocd ordsr wllhin one month after landers have closed. Tenders will not be considered unless made en the forms supplied, and in accordance with Instructions supplied with the specifications. Tenders must be accompanied by security in the amount and form specified in the In- structions. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted By Order, W. B. Thomson Engineer, PFRA I Mother-well Building i Regma, Saskatchewan GODFREY Passed away in the city on Thursday, May 10, 1973 following a lengthy ill- ness, Mrs. Rosetta Godfrey at the age of 49 years of the De- von Nursing Home, beloved wife of the late Mr. Edward G. S. Godfrey. Born and raised in Moose Jaw, the late Mrs. Godfrey became a patient at the Devon Nursing Home in 1969 and resided there until her passing. She is survived by her father, Mr. Louis Zsgin of Van- couver, and one sister, Mrs. Ethel Kellia of Vancouver. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cem- etery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N.: phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C9355 Accident injures 2 Injuries to two persons and extensive damage result- ed from a two-vehicle acci- dent Sunday just east of the city. A car driven by Henry Wedel. Jr.. of Taber was in collision with a car driven by Hugh Wescott of Cardston at the intersection of Highway 3 and 43rd St. the RCMP re- ported. Viola Wescott was admitted to Lethbridge Municipal Hos- pital with broken nose, pelvis, ribs and leg. Her husband, Hugh, was treated in hospital for shock and bruises. No charges have been laid. An estimate of damages has not been completed. PERTH. Scotland (CP) ish assembly made in the late Against the opposition of his j 1960s involved limited home own Scottish Conservatives, rule, with the Scottish legisla- j British Prime Minister Edward ture handling the detailed appli- Heath pledged Saturday to es- cation of laws originating in the I tablish a semi-autonomous leg-! Westminster Parliament 'islature of Scotland within the MUST AWAIT STt OY Heath said formal legislation to create such a body would wait until publication later this year of a comprehensive study next two years. Although the Scottish Con- 1 servative conference had ear- lier in the week voted against home-rule reform, the prime minister said the proposed j "HtutJon Scottish assembly would be de- sncuuon- bated in the current British constitution sludj, under Parliament, whose term expires Lord Brandon, was initiated J of the United Kingdom con- Light, packable. ideal air-conditioned restaurants. 1 PLAY IT COOL in culottes I that look libs a pleated dress until you swing into action! for Zips to flattering, low waist. Ideal in knits for sun, sports. Shelter your shoulders ele- Printed Pattern 4629: Misses' gantly with this lacy cape-iSjzes 8 10 16< 18. giza servatives is that they fear La-, impendence issue has caj j 7166: directions. S ffiSrtSJ? ITS Wal- SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS lor fw each paltern_aad 15 cents voting patterns for the West- Another, more immediate, each pattern cash, cheque for eacb pattern for first-class move to treat Scotland money order. Add 15 cents majiiilg anci special handling. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please; minster Parliament in London Heath chided the conference i ratelv was announced by BATS KILL MAN MEXICO CITY (Reuter) Vampire bats bit a man to death in a cave near Cuerna- vaca, about 43 miles south of here, while he was searching an ancient Indian site for archae- ological treasures, police said. for their opposition since it was that group which originally pushed for the idea. "It is leiliemuei'ilig that these moves to examine the future government of Scot- land, in an endeavor to give the Scottish people greater partici- pation in their own affairs. came from this conference and from members of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Asso- he said. Heath: the appointment of a special council charged with Scottish oil development. Scottish sucidl aiid mental groups have demanded such special attention because of the potential effects of oil ex- ploration in the North Sea. They have been opposed by other British political figures who ar- gus a broaden authority ior all the United Kingdom is needed to deal with foreign oil com- for each pattern for first-class, mailing and special handling- to Alice Orooks, care of Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS. STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, Carp of First proposals for the Scott-' panics. Print plainlv PATTERN NURIBEK, NAME, ADDRESS. Totally New 1973 Needlecraft i THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Catalog crochet crammed with styles, crafts. knit, 150 designs, FREE directions. 75 cents. 60 Progress Scarborough, Ont. MIT 4P7 Print plainly PATTERN NUM- THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD BER. YOUR NAME AND AD- 60 Progress Ave. Scarborough, Ont. MIT 4P7 j DRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT 'send it to The DAVIS Passed away sud- denly in the citv on Sunday, May 13, 1973, Mr. John Davis at the age of 17 years, beloved son of Mrs. Margaret Davis of 1803 2nd Avenue N. and the late Mr. Kenneth John Davis. Born and raised in Lethbridge, Scott was a stu- dent at Winston Churchill High School at the tune of his pass- ing. Besides his mother he is survived by one sister Nicki and one brother Gerry, both at home, and by his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott, Mr. and Mrs. W. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. N. Romanchuck all cf Lsth- bridge. He was predeceased by his father in 1971. The funeral service will be held on Wednes- day at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMOPJAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. T. W. Roy- croft officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Ceme- tery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice. C9353 PUBLIC NOTICE RE: DEVELOPMENT CONTROL BYLAW No. 2887 The following application for a de- velopment permit has been approved by the Municipal Planning Commis- sion on May 9, 1973 73 W Ciyt of for excavation for construction cf a lake and brook In West Lethbridgc Any person affected by the said de- cision may appeal such decision to the Development Agpeal Board by deliv- ering either personally or by Regist- ered Mall, statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the Office of the City Clerk in the City Hall not later than May 23, 1973. DATE: May 11, 1W Development Offirer W. C, CAMERON STOCK NO 484 1973 FORD CUSTOM 500 2-DOOR HDTP. DEMO. Red metallic with white vinyl roof. 351 V8 engine, auto, trans., radio, rear speakers, power trunk release, HD susp., blk. heater, PS, PB, tinted glass, rear a'efogger Was NOW...... STOCK NO. 396 1973 FORD CUSTOM 500 (Demo.) 4 door sedan, 351 V8 engine, outo trans., PS, PB, 2 lone paint, medium green with white roof, radio. Regular NOW STOCK NO. 521 1973 PINTO SQUIRE WAGON Demo with wood panel sides, 2000 ec engine, auto, trans., radio, roof rack. Approx. 2000 miles. Brite red. NOW ONLY irarib., ruQiu, ruai ?3277 Spring has come to our dealership, so why don't you? We have hundreds of excellent buys as our spring sales quotas dictate that we accept every and any reasonable offer. Come in! Compare! You'll save more, hundreds this week at Dunlop Ford! GREAT SAVING ON ALL A-l CARS! 1966 DODGE Beige, V8, automatic transmission, radio. Just in time for summer fun. 1968 PONTIAC WGN. Marine aqua, V8, automatic tians- mission, radio, PS, PB. Hurry on this wagon for the holidays. 1968 FORD GAL. 500 4-door sedan, V8, automa- tic transmission, radio, PS, PB, family luxury unif 1971 FORD CUSTOM 500. 4-dcor, VS, automa- tic, PS, PB, radio. Blue in color. An ideal family car. 1970 FORD CUSTOM RANCH WAGON V8, auto- matic, radio (painters and contrac- See this one. SPECIAL 1971 FORD FIDO 4 wheel drive, new paint, recondi- tioned, V8, 4 speed, tWB, radio, green and white Farmers, ranchers, see this truck. Sale Hours: Open Daily 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. FORD 1510 Mayor Magrath Dr. at 16th Avenue Dial 328-8861 COME HOME TO YOUR TOTAL TRANSPORTATION CENTRE ;