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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ifl THE LFTHBfllDGE HERAID Tuosday, November 3, 1970 58 MALE HELP PETS AND SUPPLIES NEED EXTRA MONEY? Vrair own raff fnie business. Phono DDBERMAN P1N5CHER, sis rnonlhs old. Must sj-J) Immediately. Phono 32B-76U, nflcr 1 9196-5 HELP OTHERS TO 13ECOM6 MOKE and secure financial imic nendcrKp lor yourself. Start wllh a managerial poMHon If you ai'all'Y phone 338-3783. DACHE H U N DS BlacK and Ian (.Sir, Iwo yedri oM. Tfiruc male blacX and Ion Dunplcs. Call 327-33751 allor 5 p.m., 32ft-U3JO or SI7-I-J Western Canada Radio and TV operation is expanding Salei Department. Applications are irwiled from experienced Broadcast Sale? Representatives, Apply in confidence giving particulars to box number 34, Herald, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SALON, PRICED FOR quick sole. Write Dote 30, Herald. ALL-ROUND BAKER OR cwjple to manage bakery In CranHrook, B.C. II Intores'ed phcna colleti evenings. 93B9-3 HI WAY CONFECTION-ery, corner slorc wllh living quarters arched, Taber, Alberla. 223-7E57. ES5J-13N ENGINEER MAINTENANCE MAN Hospital r caul res n man with good general Knowledge In building and equipment mfilnlenflnco. Successlul candidate shcuM hold nt leasl a boil cautiful landscaped yard, was nvolved in community organs ations, and was president ot the Growers Association (or nany years. Left to mourn his lassing besides his loving wife "oshi arc four sons, Muneo ot rities held by (hern. COKK llrilain tr.ccs a TdO.OOn.lon of coke next winter im cr its a nil -pollution pro- Unless furnace lins >rfii Kpccinlly equipped it nioy not burn regular coal which DEATHS LEONG Passed away In he city on Sunday, November 1, ID70, following a lengthy ill- ness, York nl the age of 70 years, of 310 2nd Avenue SouUi, Born in Cliina the late Mr, Leong resided in bridge for over 50 years. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 2 p.m. in "Mar- tin Bros. 812 3rd Ave- nue South Rev. Dr. 11. W. K. Elliott officiating. In- terment will follow in the Chi- nese cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at "Martin Bros. 812 3rd Avenue South, Phune: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C98D pass cd away at his residence of 42 9th St. S., Sunday, November 1 1970, at the of 54 years Mr. Brueshafer was born Saginaw, Michigan, U.S.A. an came to Lethbridge with hi parents before he was a year old. He received his educalio n tfte LetnlJridge H was an interior decorator an 3ainler and worked at it unt passing. He leaves t mourn his passing; one sister Mrs. Olive Schreiner of Scan dia; one nephew, John Kchrc ner Jr. of Scandia, and on niece, Mrs. Wayne (Jane Duckeft of Brooks. Funera services wiD be held Wed lesday, November 1, 1970 at ).m. in the Christensen Chap- el, with Rev. Walter F Schoepp officiating. Mermen ivil! follow in Mountain Cemetery. Christensen Salmor Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Seryjce. C97 McCHIMMON Passed awai n Lethbridge on Monday. Nov. Dr. J. McCrimmon, 77 rears, beloved husband of Mrs McCrimmon ot Pincher Creek. Born in Carman, Mani oba, he attended school in Win ipeg and graduated from the Jniversity of Manitoba Medi al School in 1921. He practised medicine in Meadow Lake, Sas- atchewan until 1945. He mar- ied Julie Paur in Banff in M5 and (hey moved to Pincher )reek, where he practised medi- cine until the time of his death esides his wife he is survived y one son, Don of Pincher reek and three daughters, B. (Marie) Baxter of Calgary, [rs. M. (Sharon) McKinley of bustnn, B.C., and Aiiss Jean IcCrimmon of Calgary; three randchildren, three brothers nd one sister. The funeral ser ice will be held in Pincher United Church, Thurs- ay at 2 p.m., Rev. K. Jordan "ficiating. Interment in Fair- iew Cemetery. Friends who ish may donate to the Cana- ian Cancer Society, Care of mes Insurar.ce. Funeral ar- angements by Eden's Funeral :ome Ltd., Pincher Creek. C973 FUNERALS PKTER Funeral sen-ice equiem mass for Mrs. Mini eter, beloved wife of the late ir. Leon Peter who died in the ty Tuesday, Oct. 27, 1970, af- T a brief illness at the age of years, was said at 10 a.m. a t u r d a y in St. Patrick's oman Catholic Church with ev. M. Gillis, OMI, the cele- rant. Pallbearers were L. Kr- ine, A. Cunningham, L- ruchet, L. Droste, E. Vogel n d P. Rnlten. Interment was Mountain View Cemetery, lartin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Mineral Service, was in charge the arrangements. Raymond, George Egc (Roy) Guelph, 1ielurc Jutle, and Rinji of Coaldale; hree daughters, Mrs, Ralph Mirkiko) Knrno of Doutis- i e w. Out., .Mrs. Minoni Novey) Yoshida ot Picture Mte, Mrs. George (Tohic) akamolo of Calgary; 31 grand- hildren and two grcal.-grand- liildrcn. and Funeral o.rvice will ho held in the Ray- lond Buddhist Church on Wed- nesday, November -1th al. 7'30 p.m., mill Itcv. Leslie Kawa- niura officiating. Interment service will be held in the Chrislenscn Chapel on Thurs- day at 10 a.m., prior lo inlor- mcnt in (he Mountain WESTHOUA Funeral ser- ce for William H. Westhora, ative son of Lethbridge who ed at Richmond, B.C., Thurs- ay, Oct. 29, 1970, at the age 55 years, was held at 2 p.m. I Momiay, Nov. 2, 1970, in the Taber LDS Church State Cen- tre with Bishop Roy Harris of- ficiating. Honorary pallbearers Mike Skrons.U, James Hamilton, Jack Goruk, Joseph Santoni, Claude Fierson, Jo- seph and Mike Ohashi, Al Tay- lor. Joseph Chrumka and John Wule. Active pallbearers were Dale, Gary, Brian and Ronald Wcsthora, Terry Yuhas and Phillip Acterman. interment was in the Taber Memorial Garden. Humpliries Funeral Home Ltd., was in charge ot the arrangements. gives off .smoke. The rigid con- i Cemetery al Lellibridgc. Chris- OPPOSE MIDI LONDON (AP) Britons overwhelmingly oppose Iho mid- iskirt, the Daily Mirror says. The which has .1 circu- lation of six million, said that in a poll of men and women read- ers of all ages; Jit per cent were View I against (he midi and 22 per cent tro o[ the burning ot luitrcalcd :oal lias paid oti in cleaner cil- CS, tcnscn Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors nf Funeral Sfcr- vico, C976 for it. Hut nothing can stop Ihc midi, the paper adds, because fashion experts have decreed it is hero to stay. CARDS OF THANKS WASSISNAAIl Having lelt [or home I would like to thank Ihc doctors and the staff of St, CARD OF THANKS I'ETER The family pi the late Mrs. Mina Peter wish to express their sincere apprccia- Judge; No Right To Try Smylhe TORONTO (CP) Counly came Tax act under which court Judge Joseph Kelly ruled Monday he does not have juris- diction to try Stafford S'inyUic oii ijicome lax charges and agreed with lawyer J. J- RoM- nctte thai the section ol the In- Michael's Hospital for their Uon to the pallbearers friend, combined medical effort and neighbors for Uieir beautiful wonderful care; Rev. J. Moer- j [j-jbutes and kind expres- man anil others for their sur- sions of syrapatny. Also special rounding prayers, management thanks lo the doctors and and staff of Economy Feed Se- vice and ei'ery one else n'ho showed sympathy in whatever I ers of St. Patrick's Parish and nurses of Haig Clinic, St. Mi- chael's Hospital, (he Rev. Fatli- way at the time of my physical! Martin Bros. Funeral Home, j a shake-up. Above all llu Lord [or: family guiding me through. Wassenaar 3371 ASSOCIATION OF UNITED UKRAINIAN CANADIANS The Ladies o- the association ot Uniied Ukrainian Canadians ex- press thanks to all who helped and participated to moke our Ukrainian Tea in the Sir Alex- ander Gait Museum recently a success. Special thanks lo the staff of the museum for their land co-operation, to the College Mall and D. Batons for the Uk- rainian'bil on their prem- ises. I Winner of the door prize was Jane Robison, Dieppe Boulevard Lelhbridge. 9335 IN MEMORIAMS 2 Smyths is charged violates the Canadian Bill of nights. Smylhe, president of Maple Leaf Gardens, is charged willi evading payment of in- come lax on between 1965 and 1968. He also is cliarged irilh mak- ing false slalcmcnls in lax rc- lurns fiJed for the 1X4, 1X5, IDGG and 19C7 taxation years. The charges allege that Smylhe appropriated money from the Gardens for personal and family expenses. Mr. Hobinetle had argued that increase in sales the Crown has no legal right to during the first three quarters I proceed against Smylhe by in- of im compared wilJtttK same I iirimenl. Conviction by indicl- period last year, while income nient carries a mandatory jail for common shareholders in-1 term and this violates the Bill Shares Earn 38 Cenls More From, 1969 TORONTO fCP) Trans- Canada Pipe Lines Ltd. reports creased 55 per cent. Net payment of preferred dividends in- [ot Rifihts, Mr. Robinette argued. Judge Kelly agreed, saying: "I've given the mailer an nliuMnonth period "were I the Bill ol Rights must prevail remenilered'aTd sad-' ?IM this M ccnls lastiand T rio the ly missed" by his'sister's "and! >'ear- brolhers and their families, i "fine shares on the Toronto i Stock Exchange was Tolal revenue for Ihe nine months was in 1970 j and in 19G9. Nel in- IIUGIIES In loving mem- come before payment of pre- 017 of a dear wife, Alice Hughes who passed away November 3, 1962. remembered by her husband, sons and grand- children. dividends was for Die first three Quarters of 1970 compared with Net income for common shareholders for the nine-month I period totalled this 93111 year and last year. tion lo hear the case." Joseph S e rl g iv i c k. special prosecutor, said he understands the Crown will appeal the ded- Cholera Kills 200 DACCA (AP) Tim hundred persons have died of cholera in one month in Ihe Pabna district about 100 miles from Dpcca, the Pakistan Observer reported Tuesday. I Certified Perfect Magnificeni CertiTied Perfeci' solifaire in exquisite 18K -hite CferMfted Perfecl' motcned pair, 6 diamond? in oil, set in fluted petal mountings. ulng milled f-nis'l wilh 6 ed Diamonds SP' r1'. The pair LJ Diamonds In modern selling. Pair ndifional soliloirfe with matcn- :j 3 diamond band, all irlified Pe.iect'Thepti.r Slunrfing duo. 12 Certified Per fecti-diartidrids se( in floredline rings. The pair f.t'ry pair. Highltghled by 3 heouties, 18 Certified Perfect' diamonds Jn oil. And we put that in .writing, Every craftsmen for maximum brilliance and diamond sold by Peoples is subjected flawless under 10-power magnification, to microscopic scrutiny so exacting that When you purchase your diamond only 1 diamond in 40 can pass it! from Peoples, you'll just hove to Peoples' diamonds are 'Certified accept 'Certfied Porfecl" the finest selected for purity will have to do because it's the bnly of colour, masterfully cut by skilled quality we sell. Sorry. rings come in yellow gold wilh I6U white goW swings or.nlflkl all while gold Qhristma? is around the corner. So are we. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL TELEPHONE 327-1303 ;