Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE BOOMING CLEANING business in Blalrmon, Alberta. In- cludes Wlarllnliing unit, Laundromat ind two-slnl! car wash wilri two de- livery trucks. Over gross and Increasing. Low down payment. Write Blalrmore Cleaning Centre, Box 374, Blalrmore. IMS-tin 74 IOANS ft INVESTMENTS TO BUY SCHWARTZ Agencies (1972) Limited College Mall. Phone 328-3331 The wildest facility available. We con- sider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309-7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 C5216-tf 75 CONTRACTS WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT work. Double J. Construction. 32B-3S70 or 1348-tl ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328 S1K. C1536.ll C AND J EQUIPMENT COMPAC- Tlon and concrete equipment, Bobcat loaders, healers. Phone 328-4765. 1410 2nd Ave. S. C4830-M ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, garage, kitchens, cablnels, bath- rooms, ceramic tile. Town or coun- try. Phone 328-2071. 3727-11 FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dog, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-82B6. OARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-II CARPENTRY WORK, REMODEL- tng, repairing, etc. Town or country. E and L Construction, phone 328-2077 or 328-2237. ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, roofing specializing In chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cement finishing, stuc- coing, fireplaces, house raising. 328- C2241.ll FENCE CONSTRUCTION AND RE- PAIR, MISCELLANEOUS BUILDING, CEMENT WORK, ALL TYPES HAUL. ING. PHONE 327-5087, 32S-39B3. V241-II GARAGES, CUPBOARDS, RUMPUS rooms All your remodelling needs. No job too small. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 328-0987 or 345-3493. 1110-lf PUBLIC NOTICES MINERAL RIGHTS FOR SALE TO SETTLE AN ESTATE SECTION 2-TOWN5HIP 13-RANGE 23- West 4th excepting coal end valuable stone, 6 years left on leasa paying 11.00 per acre delay rentel. Tenders will be received on the above mineral rights to November 15, 1972. The highest or any lender not necessarily accepted. WELBOURNE MAIQNEY Barristers and Solicitors P.O. Box 1300 Claresholm, TENDER CALL Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned not later than a.m., November 23, WK, a' the Clares- holm Golf Clubhouse, lor a new Curl- ing Centra at Claresholm, Alberta. Tenders must be accompanied by a 3% Bid Bond and assurance of a 50% performance Bond. Subs may view plans at the Lcth- brldge Construction Association. Gen- eral Contractors may udiis specifications from N. H. Foaks, Archi- ttct, 2650 South Parkside Drive, Lcth- brldge. Alberta. Mr. Bruce Elder, Secretary, Clareshclm Curling Club, Claresholm, Alberta. N24 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate of ROBERT CLIFFORD SMITH, otherwise known as CLIF- FORD SMITH, lale of Lethbridge, Alberta, who died on the 1st day Of July, 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with The Public Trustee by the 9th day of December, 1972, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. C. R. VAN KLEEK, Deputy Public Trustee, 201 John J. Bowlen Building, 7th Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alberta. NIB TENDER Public tender Is called In the follow- ing work: 1> Provide finished opening of 16' x 8' between Beaver Room and Memor- ial Hall Royal Canadian Legion Building. 2) Provide sound-proof manifold door In 16' x 8' opening. All work to meet building standards. Contractor to supply all material and labor and obtain building permits. Tenders are to be submitted to the House Committee Royal Canadian Legion, Lethbridge, by 3.00 p.m., Nov- ember 30, Work to commence Immediately with completion date- by December 7, 1972. Contractor to provide proof of Work- man's Compensation coverage. Public Liability Insurance and Performance of or Contract Price. Inspection ot site can be arranged by contacting Business Manager at 7-6644 N29 Murder hearing adjourns The preliminary hearing of a charge of non capital murder against David William Thrci- ncn, 24, of Lolhbridgc, was ad- journed Wednesday after Crown Counsel Bill Gorcwich requested time to locate an important witness now in On- tario. .ludge L. W. Hudson ordered the adjournment lo Nov. IS. At that lime another dale will he set to: the continuation. Thrci- ncn is charged with the June 27 death of Angclin Frieda Hnemcr, in, of Lelhbridge. Tlie hearing, held in closed session, has gone through four full day sessions. At least one and possibly two days of testi- mony arc expected when the hearing resumes. DEATHS PURKIS Passed away ,in, the city on Thursday, Novem- ber 9, 1972, Mr. Harry 0. Pur- kis, at the age of 94 years, formerly of 309 24th St. S., be- loved husband of Mrs. Florence Purkis. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5385 UNSCHEID Tuesday, No- vcmbo" 7, 1972, Margaret Ar- ler.e, aged 39 years, beloved wife of Lawrence Unscheid, Milo. Services at the Milo Unit- ed Church on Friday, Novem- ber 10 at 2 p.m., Mrs. E. Howie officiating. Interment Milo Cemetery. VULCAN FU- NERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. C5383 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams HENDERSON Charles F., 79, Post Falls, at Kootenai Me- morial Hospital, October 28, 1972. Charlie lived and receiv- ed most of his education in Barnwell, Alberta. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Henderson of Barnwell, Alberta later of Lethbridge. A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, Post Falls Ward. Survived by his wife Adelia and six children; one brother, Cecil and five sis- ters, Mrs. Bertha Patey, Mrs. Nellie Rasmussen and Mrs. Margaret Jamison, all of Leth- bridge, Mrs. Lilla Moline and Mrs. Rose Greigor, both Barn- well, Alta., 15 grandchildren and several great grand- children. 1537 McGLYNN Passed away on Tuesday, November 7, 1972, Ella Elsie McGlynn, aged 85 years, of Pincher Creek. Born in Jamestown, North Dakota, she came to Grande Prairie with her husband hi 1920 and moved to the Fishburn district, Pincher Creek in 1923 and re- tired to Pincher Creek in 1952, where she has resided until her passing. Active in all commu- nity work and in her church or- ganizations, and in later years with the Old Age Pensioners. She is survived by three Eons, Henry, John and Edward of Pincher Creek; 14 grandchil- dren, 18 g r e a t-grandchildren. Predeceased by her husband in 1934 and a daughter in 1969. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Michael's Roman Cath- olic Church on Friday at a.m.. Rev. M. Hagel celebrant. Interment in Fain-lew Cem- etery. Friends may meet for prayers in Eden's Funeral Home, Thursday (tonight) at p.m. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, Box 687, Pincher Creek. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C5384 FUNERAL KABATOFF Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Anastia (Mabel Kabatoff, who died Nov. 4, 1972, was held at p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1972, in Eden's Funeral Home, Pincher Creek, with Rev. R. Putman officiating. Pallbearers were Allan and Richard Kabatoff. David Kier- stead, Dexter and Jarvis Quin- ton and Thomas Voykin. Inter- ment was in the Claresholm Cemetery. Eden's Fun eral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, Pincher Creek, in charge of the arrangements. PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE Andre Vanryekeghem, age -J3, last nmwn to be living In Calgary In 1966, idiher vf ui'tiiuc. born March 2-1, 19W, take notice that cxi November 21, In the Provincial Ceurt of British Colum- bia (Family Dlvisioni Holdcn at Van- couver, 2625 Yale Street, Vancouver. B.C., the Children's Aid Society of Vancouver, B.C. is rrakincj applica- tion for a Permanent Guardianship Order with respect to your child, Brenda Joyce Vanryckeghem. N2Q PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Monday, No- vember 20th, 1972 lor the following work: CONSTRUCTION OF TWIN PRECAST CONCRETE GRADE SEPARATION STRUCTURES TO CARRY HIGHWAY IflA OVER THE CPR TRACKS JUST CAST OF EDMONTON (CLOVER BAR NO. 91 Conlracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Chief Drldcjo Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Office of Hie District En- glneer. Administration Building, Lclh- bridge, and Olfico of the District En- Blnccr, Highways Building, Calgary and will nvallatto oily to Individu- al domiciled and operating in the Province ct Alterta. or lo parlncrships or corporations registered and operat- ing and who have A fixed place of business In the Province of Alberta. A deposit of twenty-Nvn dollars will required for each copy ot Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% tender. Tenders will bo opened In public. Tho lowest or any tender no) necessarily accepted. V. McCune DFPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Nil CARDS OF THANKS The Children's Ward of St. Michael's Hospital would like to thank all those who kindly contributed both treats and their time at Halloween. 1602 DOUGLAS pn behalf of my husband Harold, I wish to sin- cerely thank the doctor, curses and staff of the Holy Cross Hos- pital, Calgary, Special thanks also to friends, neighbors and relatives for the flowers, cards, visits, phone calls and many kind enquiries. and Vi Douglas. 1557 IN MEMORIAM GLYNN In loving mem- ory of John Glynn, who passed away November 9, 1969. remembered by his wife and daughter, Grace Glynn and Elinor Cam- pari an. 1585 Indians claim victory WASHINGTON (AP) Pro- testing Indians who seized the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) building a week ago have re- turned it to the U.S. government the worse for wear claimed a victory. The last two dozen Indians, out of as many as 300 who had occupied the white marble building since Thursday, filed out Wednesday night. The Indians took with them Indian artifacts that had been on exhibit and BIA documents they claimed contained evi- dence that public officials have deprived Indians of their prop- erty for many years. 'We know we definitely have changed the course of said Russell Means, a leader of the Trail of Broken Treaties cararan, whiicCi arrived week to protest treatment of In- dians by the U.S. government. Dozens of Indian tribes from Oklahoma, Montana, South Da- kota and New Mexico were rep- resented in the caravan. Most Indians wore red headbans, armbands or scarves as sym- bols of "red power." As the Indians left they were given money to help them re- turn home. Indian negotiator Hank Adams said a transportation fund for the esti- mated 500 Indians was obtained with the help of the White House. Stampede expansion approved CALGARY (CP) Plans for a million grandstand and racetrack and a horse- barn at the Stampede Grounds were approved yesterday by the Calgary Planning Commis- sion. Application -'or a develop- ment permit covering the barns only was rejected last month for lack of nil over-all develop- ment plan. The commission said yester- day the board has since sup- plied the desired information and has allayed fears about adequate provision for evacua- tion of patrons in the case of an emergency. Cycle crash injures two Two Lethbridge persons are in St. Michael's General Hos- pital this morning following a motorcycle accident on the Brewery Hill Wednesday eve- ning. Roekford Culver, of Lakemount Blvl., and Flavia Zonalli, of 410 6th Ave. S., wero riding a motorcycle when it went out of control and crashed into a guard rail. Mr. Culver suffered a broken hand, cuts and abrasions and is in satisfactory condition. There was no condition report available to Miss Zonnlli. Damage lo (ho motorcycle was SUCK WATKR Pigeons arc among the few birds which, when drinking, can suck water. Final act is completed in Uganda 4holy dream' OTTAWA (CP) The com- pletion Wednesday of a six- week airlift of Ugandan Asians, and arrival at Montreal of the last planeload to Canada, is a final act in Ugandan President Idi Amin's "holy dream." For the thousands of Asians of whom have come to Canada, the date is the end of a nightmare and begin- ning of a new Me, virtually pen- niless, in countries of varied physical and cultural climates. The Ugandan dictator has said the move to oust an esti- mated Asians from the independent East African nation was "an order from God" given to him in a dream. He claimed the Asians, who ran most of the businesses in the country, were undermining its economy. The actual number of persons affected has fluctuated con- stantly since Amin's declaration in August. It once was put as high as Canada, Sweden, West Ger- many, Austria, New Zealand and Australia offered to take a portion of the refugees. Britain accepted legal and moral re- sponsibility for the remainder. RETURN HOME Asians holding Indian and Pakistani passport have re- turned to their homelands. Brit- ain has taken and Canada The United States offered places, of which barely half were accepted. The othe- countries filled quotas of a few hundred Asians each and as of Tuesday, about stateless Asians waited in special United Nations depar- ture centres in Uganda for transfers to European refugee camps. The exact number affected by Amin's edict won't be known .until the president is satisfied that all Asians who should be out arc indeed and until all receiving countries can provide a final count of those who came. There are 11 welcoming and settlement committees across Canada, set up to help the new- comers find housing and jobs. The immigration department reported Wednesday that the Ugandans have settled in Parrs- bpro, N.S.; Halifax; Antigonish, N.S.; Fredericton; St. John's, Nfld.; Montreal; Toronto; Ot- tawa; Hamilton; Belleville, Ont.; Sarnia, Ont.; Sudbury, Ont.; Calgary; Edmonton; Sas- katoon; Winnipeg; Brandon, Man.; and Vancouver. SPOTTED OR STRIPED Animals that live in forests are often spotted or striped. Thundoy, Nevtmbtr ,1972 THE IETHMIDOE 27 Woman knocked off chair in living room A city woman was thrown out of the chair she was relax- ing in when a pick-up truck slammed into her house, buck- led a wall and threw a televi- sion set and stereo four feet. Mrs. Elizabeth Strimer, 132 14th St. N., suffered a cut el- bow Wednesday night, after the truck, driven by Ronald Dale Peterson of Lethbridge collided with another truck owned by Lillin Callaghan, also of Leth- bridge, uid swerved into the house. The Peterson vehicle, follow- ing the initial collision, swerv- ed over the sidewalk, through two fences and into the side of the house, causing about damage. Mrs. Strimer was not taken to hospital. ENDANGERED SPECIES There are 12 endangered wild- life species in Canada. Kissinger may return to Paris PARIS (Reuter) The Viet- nam peace talks continue today amid intense speculation that U.S. security adviser Henry Kis- singer may return for final se- cret discussions now that Presi- dent Nixon has been re-elected. The big question is when will Kissinger come to Paris for what is hoped will be a conclu- sive session with Hanoi emis- sary Due Tho that would end the Vietnam war. The delegations have had talks for four years and during the last year attention has shitted from the weekly gather- ings to the secret discussions between Kissinger and Tho. North Vietnam has consist- ently opposed new negotiations with the Amercians unless the agreement for a ceasefire was signed on Oct. 31. 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