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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta P rn Co By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The shooting deaths of two oung Negro students on the ackson State College campus i Mississippi have provoked ew protests on some campuses cross the United About 20 educational instituons were officially closed and student strike information entre at Brandeis University in reported stuent strikes at 282 of the counrys colleges and The student strikes and demmstrations began nearly two veeks ago to protest President decision to send combat troops into the demonstrations expanded to include proests against the killing of fouf vliite Kent State Unversity students during a confrontation with Ohio National Guard the slayings of six in and the ihooting deaths of the two fegro students at Jackson Many students have begun urning away from the demonstrations and seeking ways o influencing Americans outside the academic Two students at the dent Virginia Commonweal University announced the for mation of a group to turn stu dent enefgies from protests to political SEND LETTERS TO NIXON Students at the University o Southern which ha sent letter bearing signatures to th White House protesting the war Seven student at the University of Illinois or ganized liberation classes t teach adults what actually oc curred during a campus At Yale University in strike leader from 200 schools continued ei forts to plan political activit during the In New York sevcra hundred students joined with a equal number of union member to plan a general labor strike t oppose the The group called the CityWide Work Sto page has not an nounced a date for a strike bu says it will demonstrate at city ban May Reacting to the Jackson stai about 250 Millsaps Co lege led by Negr Mayor Charles Evers of Fa marched from the 900student campus to the gov emors mansion in Jackson i protest the AttorneyGeneral John J Mitchell sent federal agents t Jackson to investigate the shoo ings that left nine wounded in addition to the two killed whe police fired at demonstrators in front of a womens At Kent police mtinue arch of the dormitory on campus turned up a 0gaugc singleshot shotgun d a damaged weapon deribed as a so found were scores of five air four ngshots and 10 blankfiring tarters they President James Hester of ew York Unversity urged esablishment of a federal commission on campus violence to ook into both the Kent State nd the Jackson State President Nixons war policy eceived new verbal support in York City when some onstrucUon longshoremen and white collar workers icld another proadministration The construction unions called or a demonstration Wednesday t New York City Hall to back PUBLIC 1 Of BIRTH WEATHERBURN Lance ind Karen nee McCaghcrty f are happy to announce the ar1 rival of a Darren 8 i 7 on April at v Grandparents c and D o u g las i cf Edmonton and and McCagherty 1 cf FUNERAL JONES Funeral serv i c e or Thomas Oswald beoved husband of Ethel lary Jones of 954 10th vho died in the city May after a long llness at the age of 80 vas held at 2 Friday in lartin Chapel with Heald Palle a r e r s were Joseph Mike Fred James Jack akie and Bert Interment was in Mountain View Martin Mrectors of Funeral as in charge of the lk 1 1 i i CARDS OF THANKS THE MILK RIVER LDS RE J EF SOCIETY Would like i sincerely thank all who in n ny way helped and supported a icir Spring Bazaar and Bake ale on May t 1712 j McCULLOCH I wish to ank the doctors and nurses of c Michaels Hospital and the t any friends who sent t or helped in any av during mothers illness and Your thoughtfulness was most Helen DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS Order Construction of Ono 6 Two Bedroom Row Housing Unit pctgan Indian Blood index Alberta 448 Scaled marked as to addressed to Regional of Indian Affairs fr Northern 27th CN will be received up to June 1970 Tender documents can be Obtained by General Contractors only on deposit of In the form of a CERTIFIED CHEQUE payable to THE RECEIVER GENERAL OF from Regional ol Indian Affairs Northern 27th CN Alberta District 206 Federal Alberta Edmonton Construction 10415 Princess Elizabeth Edmonton Calgary Construction 2540 5th Calgary Red Deer Construction 5913 50 Red Deer Hat Construction P Medicine Lowest or any tender not necessarily s Regional Indian Eskimo e Barpns School Board will accept for tho replacement ol two tiool one 30 one 5J ssenger to taken In on e 1959 Ford 30 passenger van one 965 54 passenfler Write Barons ndtrs will be received until May TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS n the Estate ol MARY e of the City of In the evince of who died on the day of AKE NOTICE that all personl tlivi claims upon the estate of above me 1 must file with the underslpned Icitors by the 23nd day of a full statement of their claims d of securities held by RICE PROWSE MacLEAN Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce for the TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS tn the Estate of CLARENCE la o the village of In the rovince of who died on the i day of TAKE NOTICE hot nil persons havn claims upon the estate of the above omed must file with the undersigned llcltors by the 22nd day of a full statement of their claims nd cf securities held by RICE PROWSE MacLEAN Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Solicitors tor the RE ZONING BY LAW NO 2750 The following applications for develpment permits have been approved y the Municipal Planning Lommlson on May Kalnto establish a ome occupation or a painting conractor at 1823 Lakepoint BALAZS Passed away in the city on May aged 67 beloved husband of Lydia Balazs of 409 12th A Funeral arrangements will be announced when Martin Directors of Funeral C8141 BLACK passed away in Cardston on May 1970 at the age of 65 beloved wife of Betsy Black Horse of he Blood Funeral arrangements will be announced when Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral C8142 MORI beloved wife of Seiji passed away in Japan on May at the age of She is survived by her husband Seij Raymond son Kiyoshi Lethbridge daughters Eiko Toronto and Reiko Calgary five Memorial service will be held in the Raymond Buddhist Church on May 16 at 7 Kawamura TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the matter of the Estate ot JACK HICK late of in the rovince ot who died on or about the 3rd day f TAKE NOTICE that all persons havng claims upon the Estate of the bove must file with theunsigned by the 30th day f a full statemen f their claims and of securities held by HIGA AND BORAS Barristers and Solicitors Box 127 Solicitors for the Executrix GET WON We wish to exend our sincere thanks to our neighbors and friends or the many ersonal calls and acts of kindless extended to us in the loss of our mother and Your kindness will always be Roddy and 1704 WARBURTON I would like o express my sincere thanks o the staff and ellow bed companions ot the Raymond for all their acts of kindness to me during my several weeks stay with you to all my relatives and riends for cards and letters of all who visited me bcth in he hospital and at A special thanks to the older folks who thought of me by card or Enes Millhaem and Sirthday my friend Mary my Bowling Bishop Hamling and my husband Freddie and our families Connie and Dennie and Dourme and Jan plus four Jeff and Its through jeople like you who set the ixample of peace and Again I thank occupation tor a janitorial serice 1J07 6th Avenue Piracy Problems Discussed OTTAWA CP Israeli Foreign Minister Abba Eban am external Affairs Minister ilitchell Sharp met for 90 minutes today and discussed probems of aircraft CanadianIsraeli economic relations and the Middle East Views were exchanged on means to prevent seizures of aircraft and to punish those an external affair department spokesman s a i c The discussion included ways o putting international pressure m countries harboring aircraf Several hijacking and sabotage attempts have been made on Israeli commercial airliners n recent Preliminary talks also too place today on a commercia air agreement between Israel and CP Air and the Israeli El Al airlines are to be negotiating an agreemen for service between the tw Canada also expressed th hope that any trading agreement between Israel and the European Economic would not discriminate agains Israel has been negotiating possible trading ar rangement with the Europea PROVINCE OF MLj ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF Pj HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will receive by the Undersigned up to 11 ocloc A Standard Time on June for the construction of the following work 1 Highway of Oldman River lo of 3 Mile to Mile Highway 2 to e Fort Macleod Mile to Mile Stabllied Gravel Bas Asphaltic Concrete Pave ment and Other Work Approximate Cubic Yards of Excavation Tons of Ton Miles 2 Project 2 to Ta watmaw Mile to Mile Grading and Other Work Approximate Yards of Excavation Contracts and Specifications may b obtained at the office cf the Chief structlon Highways Build the office o the District 1707 ith Stree N W and the offic of the District Adminlstra tion an will be available only to Iridividua registered and operating in the Province of or to partnerships o corporations registered and operating in and who have established a flxec place of business In the Province o A deposit ot TwentyFive Do lars will be required for eac copy of the Contract and Speciflca tions For Grading Contrac profiles will be supplied upon a fu ther deposit of TwentyFive Dollar S25 Each bid must be accompa ied by a marked cheque or bond equ to 10 of Tenders will be opened In The lowest or an Tender not necessarily Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport Polachlcto s abllsh home occupation for a dryvyall conractor at 1032 Wh street Any person affected by the sold deIslon may appeal such decision to the jBvelopment Appeal Board by dellverng I either personally or by Registered statement of the grounds of apeal to the secretary o the peve opment Appeal Board to reach tils office n the Sly Hall not later than Development World Shocked LONDON Reuters A furious row raged in the British medical world today over allegations by a leading Roman atholic layman that an aborion clinic had sold live unborn children for medical While the ministry of health started investigating the made by Conservative MP Norman doctors debated whether the controversy could be a a leader in an unsuccessful fight to prevent Britain from liberalizing its abortion laws two years was convinced that five unborn foetuses had been sold to a docOT for He quoted his a medical worker who he refused to as saying the doctor planned to keep the foetuses in a state of suspended animination until they were 40 weeks JohnStevas said Social Services Minister Kichard Grossman had stopped the practice after being supplied with information about The MP added that the practice was the most horrible that has ever taken place in He called for a joint parliamentary inquiry into the Abortion which critics have described as making Briiain the abortion capital of Doctors reacted skeptically to JohnStevass claim that the taken from women between four and seven months pregantcould kepi alive outside the Malcolm medical director of the International Planned Parenthood said To keep a foetus in suspended animation outside the womb until it reaches maturity is not Sees Trade Changes BRISBANE Reuters With Britain entering the Common both Canada and Australia will have to make trade Prime Minister Trudeau said on arrival from New Zealand Friday to begin a sixday visit tr But he said at an airport news conference that he does know if there is an economic basis at this stage for a Pacific trade Trudeau said there has been some talk in Canada of an Atlantic Common he feels this is a long way At the news Trudeau said that during his visit he will talk about economic We have three oceans to Canada the Pacific is as important as the other be PROBLEM IS GENERAL Commenting on foreign investments in he said he found the problem is general in most industrial nations of the But because Canada is so close to the United perhaps it subject to heavier investment of He said nations have to find their own balance between importing capital and technology and finding a better standard of and the desire to control their own economic Trudrau said he does not want to discourage the inflow of capital into Canada but he will ensure that the Inflow is for the good of Canada and not foreign TENDER NOTICE County of Lelhbrldge 26 Invite tenders for the supply of the followin One Pneumatic Compactor mln mum 10 ton size self propelled One Vibratory Compactor min rnum 60 Inch rolling width Specifications obtainable at County o Lethbridge 26 Office 214 13t Street Tenders to be submitted to Secretar Treasurer no later than o clock June Council reserve rlqht to reject any or all W Secretary Treasure 114 13th Street TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the matter of Estate of JO EPH late of the Ci of in the Province of A who died on the 8 day of TAKE NOTICE that all persons ha Ing claims upon the Estate of the abov named must file with the underslgne Solicitor by the Uth day of a full statement of their claim and of securities held by MARTIN 335 10th Street Solicitor for the Beatrice Ethel Message In Mails OTTAWA CP Support MEMORIAMS HARBERS In loving TENDER BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Sealed Tenders marked Contract N 5143 are Invited but must be receive at the office of the General Manage Alberta Government B 10004 104 25th FIoo not later than 2 May 197 for Estimate Medicine supply and Install new cooling syste In basement power coolln In teletype and lunch and Im proved ventilation In boiler Completion data shall be August 1 Plans and Specifications may be o talnfd from the office of the Supervise Contract Purchasii Alberta Government Tel Box 10025 106 Stree 12th Alberta am are available to General Contracto operating in the Province of Alber on deposit of a Fifty Dollar Certified which will be r funded if plans and Specifications a returned to this office within fourte 14 days after closing date of ender otherwise the deposit shall be forte Each must be accompanied 3 Bid Bond in the value of 1C p cent of the The successful bidder will be requiret to furnish a Pertormance Bond an a Labour and Material Payment Bom each in the value of 50 per cent of t Plans and Specifications be placad In the Construction Associat at Lethbridge a Medicine Hat for the use of subco All Inquiries regarding the work this tender shall be directed to E gineering Supervisor of Building Co Phone Edmonto The right Is reserved to reject any all Dodds General Manager of a dear Peter who passed away May Treasure in your garden of For when on earth he was one of the remembered by Corny and IN THE MATTER of Ihe CompanI Act being Chapter 53 of iha Revis statutes of Alberta and amendtnen TAKE NOTICE that MECHANIC SALES of Albert Intends to aoply to the Registrar Joint Stock Companies of the Pr vtnce of pursuant to t provisions of the above noted Actf change its name from MECHANIC SALES to FOREIGN CA LETHBRIDGE DATED the City of Red the Province of this 28th d of HERBERT RELOINS Barrister and Solicitor Solicitor for MECHANICS SALE approach to pay the federal antiin flation body says in a messag that could be delayed by a na tional strike by postal worker seeking higher The prices and incomes com mission prepared a flyer for mailing to urgin them to fight inflation and sav For several years the pric of almost everything has kep going the flyer Thats inflation and its not fair or sensible way to run our If we are to control and save jobs your help is The commission suggest each Canadian be a tough cus tomer when Whe you notice a price as for an If youre no write to You can also help by supporting a commonsense a proach to pay Its no realistic to expect price ii creases to become muc smaller unless wage and salary costs rise less The commission address is Box Ottawa Face Stiffer Liquor Charge Fine EDMONTON CP Magi trate Rolf says any hig school student who pleads guil before him to a liquor charg which originated at a schoo dance will pay a He issued the w a r n i n yesterday to drinking hig school students and levied a fine against an Edmonton yout on a charge of illegal possession of Court was told the youth was found with a bottle of beer behind a high school in which dance was being In loving memory of a dear Lloyd George who passed away May Memory lane is a lovely Where thoughts are tender and Again and I travel that Because it leads to To me you were someone Someone set Your memory is my keepsake From which I will never remembered by his wife Tax War Seen By Toiy MP TORONTO CP A tax war between Canada and the Unite States will develop if Financ Minister Edgar Bensons paper on taxation is adopte says Marcel Conserv ative member of Parliament f Edmonton chief opposition financial said yesterda parts of the while paper will e danger tax treaties Canac shares with the United Stal and He said this would result an economic northsouth confli between the and There would be absolute t This would be c claring war on the from a economic The and Sweden said they will not go along wi he told a panel discussio sponsored by the Etobicoke Pr gressive Conservative Associ TO CREDITOR AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF JOSEP also known as JOZSE late of the Town ot In the Province of who di on the 19th day of TAKE NOTICE that all perso having claims upon the Estate of t above named must file with the und signed by the 15th of 19 full statement of their claims a of securities held by DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Alberta Solicitors for the Exeeutori Drops Russian Proposal DETROIT AP Henry Ford II told a meeting of Ford stockholders here that he has notified the Soviet government it is not feasible for us to give further consideration to a Soviet proposal that Ford build a truck plant in who recently returned from a nineday visit to the Soviet said the United States was advised in advance of our visit and did not discourage The chairman of the Ford Motor had reacted strongly last week to what he considered criticism of the proposed SovvietFord truck venture by Defence Secretary Melvin Laird said in an interview Some people believe the best way to succeed with the Soviet for is to go to Russia and build trucks for The Soviet suggestion had been that Ford help it build a truck plant capable of turning out vehicles a PLAN MINICAB Ford also said the firm will introduce two new cars this a Ford Division minicar called Pinto and a LincolnMercury compact called He said the Pinto will be smaller than any domestic car now in so far as we planned for Of the general Ford said Inflation threatens to price American workers out of the world market and even out ol an additional large segment ol the domestic Amazed At Censure VATICAN CITY AP Pope Paul lashed out here at Belgiums Leo Suenens and others who have accused him of running the Rcmsn Catholic Church in an authoritarian The 72yearold pontiff said he received the criticism with sorrowful Cardinal considered the churchs leading liberal assailed Pope Pauls refusal to discuss the priestly celibacy In an interview with the Paris newspaper Le Monde May he suggested that this papal stand ignored the principles of collective decisionmaking laid down by the 196205 Vatican ecumenical We take great account of the council as a precious gift of the Holy Pope Paul retorted in a speech to the central committee of the world bishops Without mentioning Cardinal Suenens by the Pope said Contrary to what has been said in these to our sorrowful we try to be respectful toward the collegiality sharing of authority of the The Pope said the Belgian prelates remarks do not seem to conform to the brotherly style urged by collegiality itself nor to Uw nature or the gravity el the problems which are being studied by responsible and competent Chancellor Of University EDMONTON CP Lawyer Louis Desrechers Friday was elected chancellor of the University of succeeding was elected for a fouryear term by the universitys In previous years the alumni chose the He has been a member of the university board of governors since 1964 and its vicechairman since Galbraith will retire June 30 at the end of Ms shyear TO CREDITOR AND CLAIMANTS In matter of the Estate of RO ERT JOHN late of t City of In the Province who died the 10th day of TAKE NOTICE that all persons ha Ing claims upon ths estate of the abo named must file wifli the undersign solicitors hy the 15th day of a full statement of their claim and of securities held by IVES AND OFFET Box 2347th Street Solicitors for fht Riot Charges Laid REGINA CP Police sai three women will face charg following a Thursday night cla between antiwar demonstrator and an audience at a concert by the United States Army field chorus and soldiers Police Chief Arthur Cookson said in an interview the women were arrested after the disruption of the concert at a city high school They were released and are to appear later on charges of creating a Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS John B commander of th Army Engineers in Vietnam whea the helicopter in which he was flying was shd down Viet Cong Major Alexander Lex who retired two years ago after 22 years as a Conservative member of the Ontario legislature in the old North York Sam a governor of the Jewish General a member ox the National Council of Jewish Women and wife of the chairman of Reitmans Canada Nelly of joint winner of the 1966 Nobel Prize for literature she had lived in Sweden since Montreal Gerard a 25year newspaper man with La Presse and sports editor from 1961 to INVITATION TO TENDER MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF PINCHER CREEK 9 and MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF 6 Sealed Tenders for the Construct of asphattic pavement for Mun cipal District of Pincher Creek and the Municipal District of Cardst wilt be received until June the office of the Consulting Enqinee In The following are the approxlma quantities PROJECT A of Cardston 6 2 asphaltic plant hot mix surfa course PROJECT B of Pincher Creek 9 2 asphaltic plant hot mix surfa subbase and su arade preparation Bonatide contractors may obta plans ind specifications from the fice of the Consulting Engineers deposit of in the form of a ce tified cheque made payable to the e The deposit will be refund only If the plans and specifications l returned in good order prior to 1 closing of tenders or If a bonafl lender Is Tenders must be accompanied by i separate written consent ot surely a certified cheque or bid bond In t amount of ten percent cf eac tender for each project The Owners reserve the right waive Informalities In or reject any all Tenders or to accept the Tent deemed most favorable for their p The successful contractor will required to enter Into separate co tracts with each D MATHIEU CONSULTING ENGINEER 8825 MACLEOD TRAIL SOUTH CALGARY 13 PHILLIPS SecretaryTreasurer of Pincher Creek Pincher Creek LEGGE SecretaryTreasurer of Cardstori Cardston TO CREDITOR AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of MAY FRANC late of In Province of who died on 13th of TAKE NOTICE that ail persons ha Ing claims upon the Estate of t above namid must flic with the und signed by the 15th day of 19 a full statement of their claims end securities held by DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 301 Canada Trust Building Solicitors for the ALBERTA IN CALGAR Libr Audi This position will be graduates who would parli planning and organize a ne Reporting directly 1 cessful candidate will mainfa production ma library cataloguing and adv visual Previous material and equipment is experience will date Competition 0659C correspond OF TECHNOLOGY ALBERTA nrian Visual of interest to library Science u orly enjoy the challenge of w section within our Technical D Jhe Head the uen liaison with the Audio Visual ntain close cooperation with se on the acquisition of audio xperience with Audio Visual nor Salary range to mine starling Closing date Mny ence and lot OF ninistration Bowlen me Alberta PM Wins Confidence Vote DUBLIN AP Prime Minister Jack Lynch has won a vote of and a breathing in the wake of an armssmuggling scandal that has rocked the Republic of Ireland After a twrxlay the Dail Parliament gave Lynchs Fianna Fail government a 72to62 vote of Lynch sacked two of his cabinet ministers last charging them with involvement in a plot to smuggle arms to rebellious Roman Catholics in Britishruled Northern Lynch denied Opposition charges that lie had tried to suppress details of the TO CREDITOR AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of PAUL VAN DE late of In the P vince of British who d on the 19th day of 19 TAKE NOTICE that all persons ha ing claims upon the Estate of t above named must file with the und signed hy the ISIh day of 19 a full statement of claims and securities held by DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Solicitors for TO INFORM WASHINGTON AP The government says it may in some pay an informer more than in its drive to crack illegal drug supply John Ingersol told of the high price of information to a House of Represen tatives appropriations subcommittee considering a informers fund request for his bureau of narcotics am dangerous Personnel CALGARY ;