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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 74 LOANS K INVESTMENTS TO BUY _____ "MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchnnls Truit 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 C5JI6-II Schwartz Agencies (1972) ltd. College Mall, Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. Clly or Lowtsl Interest rales available. First and second morlgaaes. CS169< MORTGAGE LOANS FOR RESIDENTIAL URBAN OR RURAL PROPERTY First or Second Mortgage Funds Avail- able For: Property Properly Consolidation Improvement Wa Oiler: Low Rales ID 20 Years la Repay Service In Ine Prl- vacy ol Your Own Home Lire Insurance Coverage Approvals We Do Nol: Bonus ur Brokerage Fees Your Mortgage -CIcM Morlgage lor Indellnlle Period please Cell Homeplan Really Limited A Member ol The Traders Group of Companies 328-3347 75 CONTRACTS PAINTING DONE VERY NEAT and very reasonable- 317.JIW. Jl5-I3n Sealed Tenders marked "Renova- llons lo Industrial Arts Complex'' Ca- Ihollc Central Hlch School be re- ceived at the otfice ol lha Secretary- Treasurer, Lelhbrldgs Separate School Dlslrict No. 9, 514 IBIh Street Soulh, Lelhnrldge, Alberla up unlil p.m. on November 26, 1972. Each Tender shall be accompanied by a cerlilic-J cheque lor 10% ol Ihe accompanying Tender. The successlul Contractor shall provide n per- formance bond lor twelve (121 months alter llnal acceptance ol the com- pleted protect by Ihe owners. Con- Iraclors falling lo qualify wllh Ihese requirements will be disqualified. Contractors may receive a sel ol plans and specifications from the En- ainecrs Olfice, Morlaritv Henderson Lee and Assoc. Ltd., 1135 17th Avo- nue SW, Calgary, Alberla upon de- posit ol a S2D.OO cheque or cash guar- of Iheir return In good condl- lion wllhln 10 days of the Tender closing dale. The Owners reserve Ihe right to accepl or any cr all Tenders. The lowest ol any Tender will nol necessarily be ticccplcd. MORIARITY HENDERSON LEE AND ASSOC. LTD. Consulting Engineers 113517th Ave. S.W. Calgary, Alberts WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT work. Double J. Construction. 338-387D ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. MB- C1936-II C AND J EQUIPMENT COMPAC. lion and concrele Bobcal loaders, healers. PI'one 37.1-4765. 141; 2nd Ave. ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING SIDING, oaraoe, kitchens, cabmets, Daln- FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, wslcr prODllng In- sured, Iref estimates. Phone 327-im GARAGE BUILDING, CE M E N T work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson construction, 1010 7th Ave S. Phone 3J7.66BZ. CARPENTRY WORK, REMODEL- or 328-JJ37. ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, Tooting specializing In chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cement llnlshmg, sluo "ing, lireplacM, house raising. 32 0261. cmi-ll FENCE CONSTRUCTION AND RE PAIR, MISCELLANEOUS BUILDINS, CEMENT WORK, ALL TYPES HAUL- ING. PHONE 327-5017, 32I-3II3 GARAGES, CUPBOARDS, RUMPUS rooms All your remodelling needl. No lob too imill. Eree estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. 321-0917 or M5-W3. PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS FOR STRAW Tenders are called lor the supply rrf approximately ISO Ions of slraw lo he Canada Agriculture Research Sla- lon, Lclhbrldge, Albe.-id. Tenders close 12 noon, Tuesday, November 7. For further Inlormallon and quolatlon re- quest forms Conlact C. G. Schocn- ng, Asslslant Administrative Officer, Canada 'Agriculture Research Station, Lett bridge. Alberta. Phone 327-4541. MINERAL RIGHTS FOR SALE TO SETTLE AN ESTATE SECTION '2-TOWNSHIP 13-RANGE 23- West -4th excepting coal and valuable slone, 6 years let! on lease paying 11.00 per acre delay rental. Tenders will be received on 1 h e above mineral riflhts lo November IS, 1972. The highest or any tender not lecessarlly accepted, WELBOURNE MALONEY Barristers and Solicitors P.O. Box 1300 Claresholm, Alberta TENDERS BOYCE Passed away in the city on Tuesday, October 31, 1972, following a lengthy iU- ness, Mrs. Emily Boyce at the age of 77 years, beloved wife of Mr. Bill Boyce of 1039 13th St. S. The funeral service will te held on Saturday at 1 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will fol- low in the family plot, Moun- tain view Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S. Phone 320-2361. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bldg. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. C5278 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will be received by Ihe undersigned up lo A.M. m Wednesday, November li, lor Ihe conslructlon ot Ihe follow Ins work: Protect: Improvemenl District 15 Whitecourl Area stockpiling cubic yards. Conlracls and Speclllcatlons may be oblained al Ihi Oltlce of Ihe Chiel Maintenance Enolneer. Hlohw.ys Building, Edmonlon, Alberta, Ihe Ol- licc ol Ihe Distrlcl Engineer, 1707 6ln Street, N.w. Caloary, Alberla ond Ihe Oflice ol Ihe District Engineer. Administration Building, Lclhbrldge, Alberta and will be available only to Individuals domiciled, registered and operating In Ihe Province ct Alberta or lo partnerships or corporal IOHL registered and operating In and who have established a fixed place of busi- ness In Ihe Province cf Alberla. A deposit of Twenly-Fivc Dollars (S2S.OO; will be required lor each copy cr Contract and Spcciflcalior.s token Each bid musl be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond co.ua! to 10', of the Tender. Tenders will be opened In public. The lowesl or any Tender ncl necessarily accepted. V. E McCune Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport JUDICIAL SALE OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY fUlcrwlnfj land Is ode red for Me by lender subject to the res- trlcllons In existing CcrWkato ot Tlllc: LOT TWELVE IN DLOCK ONE O) ON PLAN LE7HBRIDGE 6092 J.K. EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS Municipally Known us Scenic Hclqhls, Lclhbrldgfl, Altcrta. The properly conslsls ot n 160 II. hy 1W fl. Lot In nn exclusive resi- dential area There li a 1rl-lcvclr (our bedroom, Jhrw bathroom, executive type dwelling localccl on lho prropcrly (o which there attached A triple car garage. Tho properly provides n beau- tiful vlpw of Old Man River vfllley. Tenders In scaled envelopes marked SC1WW, accompanied by marked cheque or cash fo 10 per cent of lho amount of tha lender must be In the hands ol Iho Clerk ol the Supreme Cmict, The fourl House, Lelhbrldne, by o'clock noon, on tho J-llh day ol November, A.D. 1972. Tho balance ol Hie purchase price 3hAll be paid Inlo Courl wilhln 30 days alter nceoptonca of tender. If the successful tenderer does nol com- nleln tha purchase After Acceptance ot Ms (wider, Ihe deposit shall ha tor- (cited. Tho hlrjheit or nny tender not necessarily Accepted. Chrouei of un- MjccriMul tenderers will he returned lo ihnm. Tor 'luflhcr particulars apply to Messrs, lues, Otl'ol nnd Carlelon, Dnr- rlslcri And Solicitors, No. 2W, 314 7th Street South, Lothbrldse, Albtrja. DATED At the Clly of In Ihft Province of AlbttlA, Ihli 34th day of October, Alox A. Paln-rr, Clerk of Ihe Court APPROVED: L. S. Turcolla Locil Court U.S. vote predictions ban refused WASHINGTON (AP) The Federal Communications Com- mission says it cannot legally ask radio and television net- works to hold up broactasling national-election projections un- lil the polls close in the Far West. California Gov. Ronald Rea- gan asked the FCC Thursday to "use its good offices to get all segments ot the broadcast in- dustry together" to work out a way 'to postpone election pre- dictions. Saying that projections of winners cause some potential voters lo stay home, Reagan appealed also lo NBC, CBS, ABC, Mutual, The Associate! Press and United Press Inter- national. The FCC said in a telegram to Reagan Uiat it would, he in- appropriate under the 1931 Communication Act for the FCC lo intervene "directly or indirectly officially or unofficially." CENSORSHIP BANNED Because the law proliibils censorship of radio broadcasts, Ihe FCC said it refrains from "attempting to interfere in Ihe exercise of news judgment by licensees and from intervening in the area o[ broadcast presen- tation in any way." West Coast voters in the past have heard broadcast pre- dictions based on early returns from the East Coast hours be- fore their own polls closed. Network spokesmen dis- agreed with Reagan. Richard Salant, CBS news president, said there was no in- dication that prospective voters stayed hnme even though elec- tion winners had apparently been decided before they voted. An NBC spokesman said stucMcs have not shown that projections have kepi any Wesl Coast voters away from the polls. CavtL Of jLanL, Jn DEATHS FOGGIN Passed away In Fort Maclcod on Thursday, No- vember 2, 1972, Mr. James Headley Foggin, at the age of 87 years, of Blunt's Nursing Home, Fort Maclcod, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Annie Foggin. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Ser- E. C5279 ALBRECHT Passed away in Magrath on Sunday, October 29, 1972, Mr. Otto Albrecht, al the age of 64 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Hilda Albrecht of Magralh. Born and raised in Lilhuania the late Mr. Albrecht came to Canada in 1940 to the Brooks area. In 1952 he moved lo Calgary and in 1967 he mov- ed lo a farm in Magralh where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. J. (Adele) Ncukam and Mrs. J. (Helen) Maciulis both of Aylmer, Ontario and one broth- er, Mr. Edward Albrecht of Brooks. The funeral service was held on Thursday, at 1 p.m. in Immanuel Lutheran Church, with Pastor L. E. Zimmerman officiating. Interment followed in Mountain View Cemetery. Pallbearers were. Messrs. Hoarst Kiehm, Siegfried Slrafel, William Brunner, Jacob Weing, John Shigelski, and Ewalt Kru- ger. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Dir- ectors of the Funeral Service. C5277 CARDS OF THANKS SPACKMAN We wish to thank all the friends and rel- atives for their consideration at our time of sorrow. Snackman and Jamily. 1302 CRONKHITE Mr. and Mrs. 0. G .Cronkhite wish to thank their many friends and neigh- bors for the kind deeds and ex- pressions of sympathy in the loss of theier dear grandson, "Roger." 1275-3 IIODDS wish (o express our heartfelt thanks lo the staff and doctors of the Claresholm General Hospital; the members of the RCMP; our friends, rela- tives and neighbors and to all those whose kindness End help during our recent Etd bereave- ment is so deeply appreciated. Marlene, Brenda and Donald Hobbs. 1335 KITCHENER We wish to express our sincere apprecia- tion to our friends, neiglibors and relatives for the cards, flowers, donations to the Heart Foundation; food and assistance given us at the time of the passing of our dear husband and father. Elsie Kitchener and Donald Terry and Patricia Kitchener Judy and George Bowes 1336 PEKING (AP) Sir Alec D o u g 1 a s-Home complained Thu'.-sday that the Hanoi-Wash- ington blackout on information relating to their draft ceasefire left Britain and China unable to assess the next stages in the peace-making process in In- dochina. "Neither of us has been IN MEMORIAM HUGHES In loving mem- ory ot a dear wife, Alice Hughes, who passed away November 3, 1962. remembered by her husbsnd, W. R. Hughes. 1156 Sir Alec protests truce blackout Drayton Valley hotel ablaze DRAYTON VALLEY (CP) Early-morning evacuation of the Draylon Valley Hotel was carried out Thursday with the help of a three-man crew from an Edmonton hased construc- tion company. The crew was staying at the hotel. They used an Ace Con- struction Ltd. truck equipped with a power boom and bucket to help volunteer fire- men cvacualfi people from the second floor of the two-storey building about a.m. No major injuries were re- ported. The 35-ropm hotel in this community about 05 miles southwest of Edmonton, was full at the time of the fire. Robbed in Nicetown PHILADELPHIA (AP) An industrial area of Philadelphia is known as Nicetown, hut not to truck driver Joseph Dwyer. Dwyer, 42, told police hijackers stopped his 36-foot tractor trailer in Nicelown yesterday, .drove him around for half an hour andi then made off with worth of cigarettes. JITNISTER RESIGNS BELGRADE (Reuter) For- eign Minister Mirkp Tepavac of Yugoslavia has resigned, it was announced Wednesday. The an- nouncement gave no reason for the resignation. asked to take a part in an In- ternational conference or in the supervisory the Briths foreign secretary told re- porters. "'If an international confer- ence were to be called, both of us would have to consider what part to play." Douglas-Home made the statement at a news conference at the end of i five-day visit to China. He said Britain and China had embarked on a new relationship based on menls to work for Immediate peace In Indochina and to con- sult closely on other world problems. He said he and Premier Chou En-lal, with whom he conferred for nearly three hours Wednes- day, shared the view that Viet- nam, Laos and Cambodia sliould in any final settlement assume the status of non-align- ment, free from ties with any power bloc. KEEPS SILENT He resisted efforts by ques- tioners to find precisely how the Chinese view the current delicate Vietnam peace negotia- tions, saying: "I'm not going to put words in the mouths of Chi- nese for them to sav." However, it is known that he got a clear impression from Chou and Foreign Minister Chi Feng-fei that: fully backs the stand taken by Hanoi on Oct. 26 in demanding a swift American signature of the ceasefire ac- cord. will continue to give total support for Hanoi if that agreement breaks down. does not think much of the idea of a new Geneva- type International conference contemplated in the draft ac- cord. It would prefer instead to have all the problems of cease- fire, supervision, election in South Vietnam and ulUmale in- dividual settlements worked out by the Vietnamese, Cambodian and Laotian peoples them- selves. CHANGING JOBS David Cass-Beggs, Manitoba Hydro chairman, plans to join the li.C. Hydro Power Authority, and is to become ils chair- man next Jan. 1. Friday, Nonmbtr 3, 1972 THf IITHMIDGE HEIALD 2S New director for prison appointed OTTAWA (CP) The penitentiary service announce! today that N. G C.aros, 46, haa been appointed director of Mil- Ihaven penitentiary In King- ston, Onl. Mr. Caros, formerly deputy warden at the provincial Haney Correctional Centre, Maple Ridge, B.C., succeeds J. D. Clark, 40, as head of MJlIhaven. The newly built Millhaven was the scene if Canada's big- gest prison escape last July 10, when 14 prisoners cut through a wire fence after a baseball game. Mr. Clark has been named di- rector of the regional reception centre for the Ontario region at Kingston. The penitentiary service said the new appointments were part of a national reorganiza- tion that has involved appoint- ment of 17 new institutional di- rectors in less than a year. OTHERS NAMED Four other appointments also were announced today: J. D. M. Murphy, 39, be- comes deputy regional director lor prisoner programs in Un western region. He was direc- tor of Matsqui Institution, B.C. G. D. Foster, 51, becomes deputy regional director for services in the western region. He was deputy warden of Sas- katchewan penitentiary, Prnce Albert. J. A." Phelps, 30, becomes di- rector of Malsqiri. He was di- rector of the Ontario regional reception centre at Kingston. Douglas Chinnery, 48, be- comes director of Kingston penitentiary for women. He was deputy director of prisoner training at Kingston penitentiary. NO TIGERS KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) The National Zoo Coun- cil said it would ask the govern- ment to ban shooting of tigers and export of their skins. It claimeo the tiger population has dropped from thousands to 500 during the last 50 years. Controversial poet buried VENICE (AP) Poet Exra Pound was buried today in the same Venetian Island cemetery where composer Igor Stravinsky and ballet impre- sario Sergei Diaghilev lie. A simple Roman Catholic service attended by several hundred mourners was held in the Church of San Giorgio Mag- giore, and then a black gondola decorated with six wreaths took the coffin on the 30-minute trip across the lagoon to the island cemetery of San Michele. The controversial poet, self- exiled from his native United States for most of his 87 years, was buried after an evangelical service at the graveside. Pound died in a Venice hospital Wednesday. Pound's daughter, Mary de Rachewiltz, and Olga Rudge, his companion for many years, were among the mourners. ONE ENEMY A full-grown elephant has no natural enemies except man. FUNERALS McINTOSII Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Agnes Mary Mc- Inlosh. Moved wife of the late ML-. William Mclntosh who died in the city Monday. Oct. 30, 1972, after a brief illness at'the age of 89 years, was held at a.m. Thursday in Mar- tin B-os. Traditional Chapel, 812 Tlrd Aye. S with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Pall- bearers were Mark Grant, Bill Hay, Peter Kooy, Jim Stead, Milt Clelland and Walter Van Roon. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery- Mai-tin Bros. Ltd., Di-cctors of Funeral Service, was in charge of (he arrange- ments. Louglieed airs views on election EDMONTON (CP) Mon- tViy's election was not a case of the "have'1 provinces voting against the "have not" prov- inces, Premier Peter LouRlittxl said yesterday. Mr. Louglieed made the com- ment in n brief interview alxnit the outcome of llio federal el- ection, nnd said he did not con- sider Ihe results nn Enplish hn.ckl.isli against French Can- ada. The premier has declined lo make nny detailed remarks on the vole, but said he was dc- lighlcd that Alberta had elect- Ml 19 Conservatives. New manager's father dies BUFFALO. N.Y. (AP) Leonard Oznrk, 7li, whose son Danny was named manager of Philadelphia Phillies bascbnll (cam Wcdnnsday, died today In hospital nflcr n brief Illness. Ozark, of suburban Chccklo- wngn, owned a window nnd door-Installation business nnd later operated a service station. ALBRECHT Funeral ser- vice for Otto Albrecht, beloved husband of Mrs. Hilda Albrecht who died suddenly at Magra'th Sunday, Oct. 29, 1972. at (he age of M years, was held at 1 p.m. Thursday in Immanuel Lutheran Church with Pastor L. E. Zimmerman officiating. Pallbearers were Horst Kielim. Scigfried Strafcl. William Bnrn- iir-r, Jacob Weinp. John Slii.cel- ski nnd Ewalt Krupcr. Inter- ment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. FORD Funeral service for Colin Hill Ford, Moved hus- band of the laic Mrs. Harriett Cnlhcrinc Ford who died in (he city Monday, Oct. 30. 1072 at (he age of years, was held at 3 p.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel. 812 3rd Avc. S., willi Rev. R. L. Crisficld officiating. Pallbear- ers Bill Metcalfc, Bob nnd Alex Allison, Bill Lee. Sid M.illlicws and Bob Jarvis. In- tennent was in Monnlain View Cemetery- Martin Bros. Lid., Directors of Funeral Service, was in cliarge of (ho arnuigc- menls. CARD OF THANKS I'T.HGUSON 1 wish to ex- (ml my sincere thanks to my doctor, staff on Surgical Fair; friends for prnycrs, cwds and visits (liirins my slay in Miuii- clpnl Hospital. Ferguson. 1322 vourcd Datsuns? If you're still thinking ol Datsun as a second car, please give it a second thought. As your lirst car. Or maybe your third car. Today there's a car in our family lor every driver in your family. People who want performance with their economy enjoy Datsun's rally-winning 510. For lovers of luxury, our 610 is a very smooth, comfortable number. In three versions: hardtop, sedan or station wagon. The thrifty ones find that saving is a lot more fun in a zappy Datsun 1200 sedan or fastback. For the man who has everything, Datsun delivers something to carry it in: our new Sporlruck. Racy folks like lo get oil in our fabulous 240-Z. And people who like an automatic can now order it in any Datsun. Look in at your Datsun dealer's. He's got all the cars you really need now. DATSUN all you need no PRODUCT OF NISSAN 711010 aro 111010 than 1300 Dflltun cIMlois across Canada and Uis United SlalM ;