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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta tl IUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES May 29, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGI HIRAID If FOR SALE BEAUTY SALON IN Blalrmore, Albwta. Excellent busi- ntss. Phont 562-2744 days; evenings.___________________ 2976-tf Business building for sale or lease, centre of Main Street, Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. 7843-lf LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing: In small and old Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South, 328-3251. _____ C77ii9-tf Farmers-Merchants Trust j 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 CHXtf Pattern 7006 Schwartz Agencies (1972) Lid. College Mall, Phone 328-2331 Residential, Commercial properties. farms and ranches. City Town. Lowest Interest rates available. Firs) and second mortgages. I C9657-2 90 CONTRACTS j ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK. Good workmanship and prompt vlee. Reasonable. 327-3316. CARPENTRY, REPAIR AND modetllno. No job too small. Personal service. "Phone 327-5338. DO YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or repairs in your horre? E and L Construction Phone 328-2237. 7499-ti FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling 'im 323-3983 2480A-tf QUALITY CEMENT WORK. SIDE- walks, patios, fence foo'ing. Reason- able prices. 327-3432, after 5pm 3083-4 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT WORK and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorecson 1020 7th AVG. S. Phone 327-MS2.________________ C7377-U PRIVATE Homes only. Complete pairimg ser- vice. Reasonable rates. Guaranteed work. For free estimate phone 3284955. 247M2J FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-82S6. C3661-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- 57-15. ALL REPAIRS-CARPENTRY, ROOr- ing specializing in chimneys, brick, carr.ent Hocks, cement finishing sfuc- coina, fireplaces, house raising and movTno. C3745-tf BOX NUMBER REPLIES 42 73 74 76 E2 85 90 103 115 118 Unanm, Jrn BIRTH and Karen are happy to announce tha birth of their daughter, Micliele Joan, on May 15th at Calgary General Hospital. 3278 DEATHS CAMPBELL Passed away in Bow Liland on Saturday, May 20, 1973 Alvin Leroy, at the age of 62 years. Funeral services will be he-Id at Bur- dott United Church Wednesday, May 30 ci 4 p.m., with Rsv. Oli- ver Hodge officiating. Interment will follow in Burdett Ceme- tery. HUMPHRIES FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Taber in charge cf arrangements. C9S97 DEATHS RANDA Passed away in the city on Tuesday, May 29, 1973, Mr. Izidor Randa at the age o! 70 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Annie Randa oi Kipp. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9G96 CARDS OF THANKS YATES I wish to express my thanks to the doctors and staff of the Haig Clinic, the nurses in Emergency Dept, and the nurses and Housekeeping staff on the fourth and second surgical floors for their care and attention while I was a patient in the Municipal Hospital re- cently. Thanks also to those who sent cards, letters and get well massages. Yates 3329 Nixon's role in scandal still remains unclear SVANES Passed away in the city on Tuesday, May 29, 1973, Mr. Trygve "Tom" Svanes at the age of 79 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ma- bel Svanes of 2201 32nd St. S. (formerly of Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced when complete r. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C9693 GODSALVE We wish to express our sincere thanks for alll the expressions of sympa- thy during the recent loss of our lovely daughter, Rhonda Leann. Our appreciation to all who sent cards and flowers. We would especially like to thank the lad- ies of Rideau Court who suppli- ed the lunch. Also to the pall- bears, Robert Godsalve and WASHINGTON (AP) United States government pros- ecutors reportedly would like President Nixon to testify how the Watergate o n cover-up could have been carried out without his knowledge, but are said to feel dubious about their constitutional right to subpoena the president. The Washington Post, quoting justice department sources, said today that the president's role in the scandal is the only key question remaining to be given an opportunity to explain has asked Attorney-General El- The Post quoted source as saying. "The Watergate investigation has run smack into the con- stitution. We now must deal IJiot Richardson and Watergate piosecutor Archibald Cox "to investigate the circumstances of these anonymous charges with the question of how the j against the president of the president can be investigated said a justice department source quoted in the story. Ac- cording to the account, officials believe the U.S. constitution prevents subpoenaing the presi- dent. Meanwhile, Senalor Howard clarified in the grand jury in- Baker (Rep' said the vestigation. The prosecutors are reported Pastor to have takl their superiors that ___ _____ j service, evidence obtained thus far jus- YouTacts oFkindness will al- tifies questioning the president about how his closest aides Gerald Hidrich and Olson for the lovely ways be remembered. Judy. Danette. Leonard and Phillip U.S. Senate Watergate in- vestigating committee will call farmer high-level adminis- tration officials to testify "by the end of June." Baker, vice chairman cf the _.jijaT- ...ut, nuliar with could have kept knowledge of a j commjttee that resumes hear- ings June 5. said John Mitchell, cover-up from him. 3326 "The president should be You'll enjcy crocheting tlrs afgban you'll ba proud to show it as your handiwork! Jiffy-crochet afghsn m an unusual modern design smart in 3 shades, multi-colors. Reversible, lightweight. Pat- tern 7006: directions SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainlv PATTERN NUMBER. NAME. ADDRESS. Totally 1973 Needlecraft Catalog crammed wiih knit, crochet styles. crafts. ISO designs, FREE directions. 75 cents. THE LETHBRIDGE HEHALD 60 Progress e Scarborough. MIT 4PV BYERSDORF Passed away in the city on Saturday. May 26, 1973, Mrs. Laura Ann Bycrsdorf at the age of 92 years cf 918 16th St S.. be- loved wife of the late Mr. Fred- erick Byersdorf. Born in Michi- gan, the late Mrs. Byersdorf came to Canada to Warner in 1S09 and resided there until coming to Lethbridge in 1948, where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by one son, Mr. Donald C. Byersdorf cf Lethbridge. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Wednes- day at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., Rev. A. T. King officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3rd Avenue S.: phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. CS692 WHITE BULL James, passed away in Cardston on Sunday, May 27th, 1973 at the age of 79 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Katie Healy of the Blood Reserve. He was born on the Reisrvs in 1834. Ke leaves to mourn his passing be- sides his wife, Katie, two sons, Reggie White Bull and John J. Heaiy of the Blood Reserve in CardstDn. Funeral services will be held in the St. Paul's Angli- can Church on Wednesday, May 30 at 11 a.m., with Rev. Allan Media'" officiating. Interment will follow in the St. Paul's Anglican Cemetery. Wake will bs held in the St. Paul's Parish Hall this evening from 7 p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direcv- CP-S of Funeral service. CSS90 U.S. tornadoes claim 48 lives PUBLIC NOTICE GOVERNMENT OF SEALED TENDERS will received by the urdersicncd up to 11 o'clock on Tuesday, June 12, 1972, fcr ths c1 4h.s w-nrk: (V) Bashaw to of Jet. S. R 956 Mile 0.00 to Wile 4.89 Project S R. i Jet. S. R. 953 to S. of Meetma Creek i Mile 20 00 to Wile 25.03 Grading and Other Work i Aoproximate Quantities. Cubic Yards cf Evcavaticn Cubic Yards of Gravel Cutic Yard Miles Haul (2) Prelect S. R. 855 Jet. Hwy. 45 (W. of Andrew' to STicky Lake AAile 170.00 10 Wile 186.26 Crushing and Stockpiling Gravel (or Bass Course Approximate Quantity: Tons Gravel Co-itract and mav be ob- tained at the office cf Ihe Chief Con- struction Engineer, Hiahwws Build- ing, Edmonton, Alta the office of the District Engineer, 1707 Sixtn Stree! N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and ths office o' thf District Enpineer, Administra- tion Building, Lethbridge, Alwrta, and be available cnly 1o individuals registered and operating in the Prov- I ince of Albtrta, O' to partnerships cr corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place cf business In the Province of A deoesii- cf Twenfv Five Dollan payable to the Pro- vincial Treasurer, will be required fo- each copy of tne Contract and Specifi- eatiOTS and for grading pro'ects profiles will be suoplied upon a further i derraslt of Twenty Five Dollars i Each bid musf fce accompan- ied bv e marked cheque or bond eqi-al 13 of Tender. Tenders will be I ooened In public. The lowest or any I Tender not necessarily accepted i V. E. McCune, Deputy Minister of and Transport. M8J CHABAV Passed away suddenly en Sunday. May 27. 1P73. Mr S'eva Chabay at the ase of C3 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Mary Chabay of the. Brcxbum district. Bom and 1 in (Meszs) i the late Chabay came to Canada in 1928 to Raymond. He .returned to Hungary where he m.'.rricd. then returned to Can- i ada to Raymond-Magrath dis- Inc., moved to the Brox- b'jrn district in where he i resided until his passing. He was a member or the Hun- 1 enrian Oldtimers' Association. Besides h's loving wife he is by three sons, Steve Jr. of Taber. John and Robert i both of Lethbridge: three I daughters. Mrs. V (Barbara) i Brown of Trenton. Ontario, Mrs. Helen Kundl of Coaldale. M.v A (Jchins) CouHs of Lothbridce: 10 grandchildren: v c sisters in Hungary, and tv.o rephev.-s and one niece in Canada. Prayers will be said !on Tuesday (this evening) in Mat-tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 11 am. in St. 'Presbyterian Church, Ui'Ji G Teles officiating. Interment will follow in Moun- tain Visw Cemetery. MARTIN 1 BROS LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Service. CiMiiH 4783 SIZES 8-18 Minister accused of lying OTTAWA (CP) Tlic Com- mons erupted into uproar Mon- day Environment Minister Jack Davis was accused of ly- ing in a speech outside the House. John Lundrigan Ml- Davis lied to a New Brunswick au- dience during the weekend about Progressive Conservative fisheries policy. He said Mr. Davis indicated the Conservatives want only a 50-mile zone off Canadian coasts reserved exclusively for Canadian fisliing while the Lib- era's are advocating a 200-mile limit. That statement is an absolute fabrication, said Mr. Lundrigan. At no time had any Progressive Conservative member spoken of a 50-mile limit. Mr. Davis replied that he had listened to Conservative spokes- men on various occasions and was the way he interpreted f! 'ir policy. Speaker Lucicn Lamoureux interjected to say that Mr. Lun- d.-igan did not have the right to ccuse a member of Parliament el' lyinc. Such a statement l.o'.e Iciig-standing rules oon- ec.njig parliamentary lan- guage. 2IP OR BUTTON UP and saunter cut looking fresh ?.s the flowers that bloom in May! Clioess cellar or pert bond both are Haltering Pun'ed Pattern Hisses' I Sizes 8, 10, 12. 14. 16. I'J Hah" Sizes 10'2, 121-, 14'2. 16'j. IS'z 'Yardages in paitsni. SKYKNTY I-TYE CENTS ill corns (no stamps, please) for each pattern ac'd 1.1 cents for each pattern for fiist-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, care of THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Scarborough, On; MIT 4P7 Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER. YOUR NAME AND AD- DRb'SS. and the name of Ihe Lsthbridge Herald DO NOT send it to The SEEK BAN PORTO A L E G R E. Brazil (AP) A group of Arabs in Brazil asked the federal police to ban an exhibit of 150 photo- graphs about the Arab-Israeli conflict. A committee represent- ing Arab Work! Organiza- tion said the pictured show mili- tary sccreis and explore the negative side of Arab countries. HLEUCKA Passed away in on Sunday. May 27, 1973 following a lengthy ill- ness, Mrs. Elena Hleucka (Hle'wko) at the age of 81 I years of 1607 5th Avenue A. N. Bern in Rc-hiana, Prov. of Bukovena, Austria, the late Mrs. Rleucka was raised and i educated there She married Mr. Alex Hleucka there and they cams to Canada in 1910 to I Ihe" Lethbridge dis'ricl. They I mcrved to Vauxhall in 1928 and resided there until 1054. She i was predeceased by her hus- 1 band in November 1S54. She moved to Lethbridge in 1934 and lias resided here until her passing Besides her nine chil- dren. Mrs Hleucka also raised her granddaughter, Mrs. Du- i Wayre Tr> is surviv- ed by fhe sons. Nickolas i Hleucka George Hleucka of Calgarv, John I Hleucka of Vauxhall, Stephen 1 Hleuzka c-f Vauxhall. William Hleucka of four daugh- ters, Mrs. W. (Mary) Belanger cf Coderre. Mrs. W. M. (Anita) Hampton of Saskatoon, Mrs. A. L (Elsie) Gun- of Calgary. Mrs. N. (Victoria) Johnson of Vnuxhail. 21 grandchildren and 11 "real grandchildren: three sisters, Mrs. G. Paskal of Calgary. Mrs. S. Hlushko of Vancoiucr. Mrs. M. Postoloski of Tabor and one brother, Mr. Nick Yiiz'oweski. The funeral service will be held on Thurs- day at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N.. with Rev. A. T King of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the family plot. St. Patrick's Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 S. phone .128 2361. MARTIN' BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C9695 SABO Paul, passed away in Lethbridge on Saturday, May 26th, 1973. at the age of 83 years, beloved friend of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph (Fred) Tedes- co of Lethbridge. Mr. Sabp was bom in Rumania on April 21st. 1885 and came to Canada in 1903. He was a very close friend of the Tedesco family since 1916 and worked for them in the Tedesco family business until retiring to Lethbridge, with the Tedesco family in 1951. Funeral services will be held in the Chrisiensen Chapel (327 10 St. South) on Wednes- day, May 30th at 2 p.m., with Rev. George Teles officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C9089 COLUNS Passed away at Lethbridge on Sunday, May 27, 1S73, Josephine M. of Burda-Jt at the age of 82 years. Born al Fort Macleod February 23. 1891. she married at Calgary. January 23, 1917 and moved to Burdett, where they farmed until retirement to town in 1963. Mrs. Collins was the daughter of William F. Parker, one of the first Northwest Mounted Police at Fort Macleod in 1874 Survivors are her husband. Robert of Burdett; one daugh- ter, Mrs. Elnora Williams of Lethbridge; one son.Allan of Calgary; two sisters, MLTS Veronica Johnston, Lethbridge. Mrs. Robart (Helen) Mc- Cambly of Lethbridge; two grandchildren and one great- grandson. Funeral services will be conducted frc-in St. M-- chael's RomanjCatholic Church, Bow Island on Wednesday, May 30 at 11 a.m., R0v. Father Adrian Charron celebrant. In- j will follow in the Bur- dett Cemetery. In lieu of flow- ers donations to the Burdett Cemetery Fund, c o W. A. P o o 1 e, Bardett appreciated. HUMPHRIES F U N E R A L HOME LTD., Taber. are in charge of arrangements. may ST. LOUIS (AP) About 160, be m tornadoes dipped to earth from Brent, storm systems across the Mid- west and South during the United States Memorial Day- weekend, claiming at least 48 lives. Seven others were miss- ing Deaths were reported in 11 states from Oklahoma to Flor- ida, and at least six other states reeled under heavy rains, high winds and flash floods. The U.S national weather service said more tornadoes were reported between Satur- day and Monday than in any previous 72-hour period on record. Farmers in the lower Mis- sissippi Valley, whose crops had been delayed for weeks by spring floods, v.ere dealt an- other blow by the rains. Some counties in the region prepared to ask that they be declared a federal disaster area for the second time this year. The weather caused five deaths in Oklahoma, three in Kansas, seven in Missouri, three in Arkansas, 10 in Ten- nessee, one in Mississippi. seven in Alabama, two in Geor- gia, one in Florida, seven in small towns such as i Ala., and Keefeton. j ft Okla., and in the city of T----- H. R. Haldeman, John Ehrlich- mon and John Daan will be i called before them. Th? Post's sources reported that prosecutors have recom- mended the indictments of Mit- chell, former attorney-general, Haldeman and Ehrlichman, both White House aides who have resigned. The Pest's account brought a harp retort from. White House United to do so im- mediately." The New York Times said Dsan has told Watergate inves- tigators that Herbert bach, President Nixon's for- mer personal lawyer, approved the spending of to 000 in Republican funds in an effort to engineer the defeat of Gov. George Wallace of Ala- bama in 1970. Two Washington lawyers fa- law told press secretary Ronald Ziegler. per cent of the town of Brent was destroyed. Grand jury proceedings are by i law Ziegler said the White House The Times that, while such con- tribution would not have vio- lated any federal laws, a care- ful check of the Alabama cam- paigns financing laws would ba needed. In another Watergate-related development, Julie Nixon Eisen- hower said her father does not appear too disturbed by polls reporting a decline in his popu- larity. The president "has learned to live with she said at a news conference in Abilene. Kan. "These have been difficult times for my father, who has seen Watergate affair tem- p o r a r i 1 y overshadow other achievements years. of the last four Former PoW file charges WASHINGTON (APi Pen- tagon officials expect a former U.S. prisoner of war leader to j file charges of aiding the enemy i against a small group of sol- dicrs and marines he com- manded in a North Vietnamese prison. The charges, which could be laid today by air force Col. The- odore W. Guy against seven to 10 army men and marines. If you can wait 2 days Make a killing! Cash in on bargains galore from an inventory of millions of dollars: I would be the first such action C.J.CI, All A' J.V1 iVJtl, A At North Carolina and two in Vir-j Against any of the 566 returned ginia. Six persons in North, Carolina and one in Virginia i Military sources said Guy were listed as missing and pre-1 also would accuse the soldiers sumed drowned. I and marines of disobedience The storms began Saturday in j and disrespect to superior offi- eastern Oklahoma and contin- j cers. ued into Monday night, when a' More than a month ago, the tornado at Athens, Ga.. took the life of one person and left more than 60 injured. Reports trom local officials indicated total losses would climb well above million. en ,piw i The worst damage appeared to I them. Guy denounced some PoWs as cowards "who openly collaborated with the enemy" and caused physical harm to some of their com- rades. He declined to name FUNERAL THOMAS Funeral sen-ice for Andreas (Andrew) Thomas, j beloved husband of Mrs. Jose-1 phina Thomas of Cowley who i died Friday, May 23, 1973. at the age of 61 years, was held I at 10 a.m. Monday, May 28, i 1373, in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Cowley. with Rev. Martin Hagcl officiating. Pallbearers were E-arl ar.d Gor- don Johnson, Maurice Lemire, Calvin Lind, Jim McKay and Frank Zeller. Interment was in the Cowley Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS HAMILTON TREK '73 We wojld like to thank all those who in ary way supported our pro- gram this semester- Our wel- come all a'.ong the route was most generous. A special thank you to the people of Fort Mac- leod wiio provided such a warm homecoming. It vras an ex- perience we will all remember. C9666-30 Do you know any outstanding Albertanstf Alberta Government Achievement Awards are made annually to outstanding Albertans. Do you know of any individual or group who has done something exceptional during th? past year (or number of years) in professional achievement, in national or international sports, or m volunteer public service? Then tell us. They could qualify for the highly prized, 1973 Alberta Government Achievement Awards. You can help us recognize these deserving individuals. Write today for complete information and application forms. WRITE TO: Achievement Awards Applications Bureau of Public Affairs Government of Alberta Room 130, Legislative Bldg. Edmonton, Alberta xllbcrta GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA ;