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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 -THI lETHBRIOGE HERALD 59 MAIE-FEMALE HELP WANTED US COMPANY EXPANDING IN Conndl and mmi- aoers nwttoil In Port Mtcltod. Plwnc r.i-etn, Ulhbrklge. MANAGER CARETAKER COUPLE New 7S high rise requires MAN- AGER CARETAKER COUPLE responsibilities for bulldintj manage- ment, leasing and tareiiiklng. Apply In veiling wtih full resume fs Box 52, Herald. November 13th. until Friday, C1W6-1I 65 105T AND FOUND LOST A-TTlCK'S POOL LADY'S Avia walcfc. Round end silver. LOST RUST COLORED SEVEN month CocKer Spaniel, named Child's 327-6572. 66 PERSONAL Tueidoy, November 10, lf7Q 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 192? College Mall. Phone 32B-J331 The widest facility available. Wo con- sider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. C1076-M DO YOU HAVE THE MIDAS TOUCH? Join an Investment oppor- tunity that will return more money in a shorter period of time than all other types of investments put together, FOR APPOINTMENT PHOME 328-2366, LOCAL 220 75 CONTRACTS QORGE RAVEN 1319 Sth ST. H. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re- modelling and repairs. Fhona 337-3219. I N G, CEMENT work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Aye S. Phone 337-66C2. C7377-I! CUSTOM FRAM'NG TO ALL TYPES OF BUILDINGS. RENOVATIONS, AND RUMPUS ROOMS. -FOR ESTIMATES CALL 323- 8572 OR 327-323.1. 9-H6-H AtCOHOtlCS ANONYMOUS Anyone a drinking problem. Phone or 328-32J4, n.m. FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OP P-0, BOX B6I, LSTH- BRIDGE, ALBERTA. _________ TEENS Do you MVfl a proWem drinker In your home? There's information, un- tjarstandiiig and help !or you. P.O. Box 861, Lethbridcic or phone Larry 327-3348, Carol Jane 327-7036. 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRY WAIL, T A P t M G, SPRAYING ceilings, Excellent workmanship. Phong 328-7361. __________ 6374-H SOUTHERN STAMP AND Rubber stamps, corporate seals, daters, e'c. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-511-1. CM24-H GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SING- cr machines, competent adjustments )o all other makes. Free home esti- mate Pherta Singer Co. ci Canada, Collie M-H. WARRANTY EXPIRED? CASH IN ON THE LOWEST SERVICE CHARGES ANYWHERE ON ANY MAKE OF WASHF.R, DRYER OR RANGE AND PUT THE DIFFER- ENCE IK THE BANK. DON'S SER- VICE, 328-17QJ, ANYTIME. MAY TAG SALES SERVICE. SER- wentional. Asso 70 GARDENING HEDGE TRIMMING Tree pruning and removal, 327-2641. 5218-ff JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phone 317-7393 or 327-1439. C9I27-H TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 357-7398 or SPECIAL ON WELL ROTTED MANU- re Half price while it iasis. Phone 328-32S9. MSi-H FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 32B-209J. 573S-H FALL CLEAN-UP, ALL KINDS OF junk hauled away. Tree trimming and cdd Jobs. Phone 327-2W1. 6325-lf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS AND ROASTING CH1CKEHS rsady 37 cents par jb. on dozen lot. Free delivery. Custom killing, muth Dyek, Coaldaie, Phone 3-15-3224. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES -PUREBRED CHIHUAHUA. FULL arown males and females. Also pya- pies 1218 3rd Avs. A S, Call after 6 p.m., 323-3423, 96S1-U PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS FOR 1213 after and females and-puppies. 3rd Ave. A S. Pnone 322-3423, 4 D.m. W15-10 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS CHINCHILLAS FOR SALE WHITE, beige grey, wifh equipment. A! reasonable price. Write Frank FreE- haut, Box 80, Klpp. MW-13 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BILLIARDS WITH SEVEN TABLES for sale o r lease. Reasonable price. 730 13in St. 5. 9395-U FOR LEASE SERVICE STATION and cefe on main Phone 2811. 9632-16 BEAUTY SALON, PRICED FOR quick Write Box 30, Herald, q BILLIARD BUSINESS FORT Macleod. No reasonable offer refused, Health reasons. Apply Ed's Billiards or phone 234-9011. 96S7-U SELLIHG HI WAY CONFECTION- cry, cefner store wits iiving qu.iriers attached, Taber, Aiberia, 223.3052, BS A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott teiis you how Phor.fi 338.3-536, Columbia School of Broadcasting, CENTRAL half block 7ft stiifer. Newly potential excellent. will hsndls. Phone 327-3-163. FOR VARIETY in southern Alberia. Sleek ep- proxlmafeiy good clean stork. Will rent or sell building and fixtures. write Box J3, Herald. CONCRETE WORK ways, regaining Drk guaranteed. 327-26-11. y Sparky's Orlve-ln Restaurent and Dairy Bar in Tater. 74 LOANS S INVESTMENTS. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proolihg. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-B2U. PUBUC NOTICES NOTICE My wife, Connie Armstrong- havlnq left my bed and board, i will no longer be responsible for detls incurred by her. Signed, Louie Armstrong. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In Ihft Estate of HARRY ROBINSON, late of Leihbridge, Alberts, who utesi on the 1st September, 1970, Take no- lice that a3 persons having claims L'pon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned sol- icitors by ihe day of December, 1970, a fuH statement of their claims and of securities by them. SAUCIER, JONES, PEACOCK BLACK, GAIN, STRATTON iAYCRAFT 300 Bentaiv Building, Calgary 2, the Executor IN THE A1ATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT BEING Chapter 53, R.S.A. 1955 AND IN THE- MATTER OF CORPORATE INVESTORS LIMITED NOTICE IS HEREBY GiVEH that an application will be made on ihs 7th day cf December A.D. 1970 at 10 a.m. in the Supreme court of iM- berta, at the Court House, in the City of Leliibrldga, in the Province of -Al- berta, fsr an Order that CORPORATE INVESTORS LIMITED be restored to the register of Compahtes pursuant to Section 371 of The Companies Act, DATED at the City sf Lethbridge, In the Province of Alberta, this fifh day of November A.D- 1970. HUCKVALE, WILDE KRUSHEL SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned 'op to 11 o'clock A M Sfanciard Time on Friday, Mo- vember 1970 for Ihe following CONSTRUCTION OF A PRECAST PRESTRE5SED CONCRETE GIRDCR BRIDGE OVER THE LITTLE SMOKY RIVER SOUTH OF VALLEYV1EW Contracts and Specifications may be obtained ai the Office of the Chisf Bridge Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Office ot the District En- gineer, Administration Building, Ueth- bridge, and Office cf the District Engineer, Highways Building, Calgary and wiii fie available only .to .indi- viduals domiciled and operating in the Province cf Alberta, or fo partner- ships or corporations registered end opiating and who have established a fixed place of business in the Prov- ince ov Alberta. A deoasit of Five Dollars (SIS.M) vrfl! he required for each copy of Contract and Specifica- tions fafcen. Each bid must be ac- companied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of fender. Tenders will he opened In public. The lowest or any tender not necessarily Ac- cepted. L. H. McManus Deputy Minister o! Highways and Transport. N30 Opposition continues WMA attack OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment was accused Monday of leading the Canadian people on an emotional binge after invok- ing the War Measures Act to deal with trouble in Quebec. Commons debate continued on the proposed Public Order Tem- porary Measures Act, 1970. David MacDonald monl) said the government has "fanned the flame of emotion" and polarized public opinion since ihc War Measures Act was invoked Oct. 3G. Arnold Peters kaming) said that Canadians have gone on a "psychedelic trip" as a result of the act's in- vocation. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams BIRTH NAVBAT1L Lariiar and Donna are happy lo announce the arrival of a sister for Kcddy, Carla Rae, 6 Ibs. 2 horn "October 29, 1970. Proud grandparents are .Mr. and Mrs, Gregory Todd, Fort Macleod and Mr .and Mrs. Joe Navratil, Raymond. A great-granddaugh- ter for Mrs, Mary Crawford, 8558 DEATHS BEN'NINOER Friday, No- vcmher 6, 1970, Leonard Charles Benninger, aged 62 years, Champion. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Mary's Church, Champion, Thursday at 10 a.m. Interment Champion Cemetery. The Vul- can Funeral Home, in Charge of Arrangements. C1W? PAPP Joseph, passed away in the city on Tuesday, November 10, 1970, at the age of 41 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Barbara Papp of Mag- rath. Funeral services will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service. C103S MARION Passed away on Sunday, November 8, 1970, fol- lowing a brief illness, Rosa Gertrude, at the age of 75 years, beloved wife of John Ed- ward Marion, of 937 10 Street South. Requiem mass will te celebrated on Thursday at 10 a.m. in St. Patricks Roman Catholic Church, with Father M. H. Gillis celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in Mount Cal- vary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Mass will he cele- brated on Wednesday evening at p.m. in St. Patricks Church. Those who wish may pay their respects in "Martin Bros. Chapel' 812 3 Avenue South, Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service. C1099 SMITH Frederick Henry, passed away in Victoria, B.C. on Sunday, November 8, 1070, beloved husband ofJeventa (Holman) Smith of 102 Barce- lona Manor, Pendergart Street, Victoria, B.C. He was born July 31, 3004 in Victoria. He was a bishop of the IBS Church in Lethbridge for five years be- fore moving to Victoria. Survi- vors besides his loving wife are three sons, Fred, Nanaimo, B.C., Earl, Victoria, Ken, Ed- monton; two daughters, Car- olyn, Ogden, Utah, Coleen, Vic- toria, B.C.; his father, Henry Frederick Smith, Vancouver; two brothers, Henry and Ar- thur both of Vancouver. Funer- al services will be held Thurs- day, November 12 at p.m., in the Victoria LDS Chapel. 9685 LACKENBY Passed away in the city on Sunday, Novem- ber 8, 1970, following 'a lengthy illness, Joseph Wardle, at the age of 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Dora Lackenby, of 614 6 Street South. Born in Yorkshire County, Eng- land the late Mr. Lackenby came to Lethbridge in ths early ]900s, served overseas with the Canadian Forces during the First World War and with the U.S. Army from 1920-1921. He joined the Lethbridge postal corp in 1926 where he served for 30 years, retiring in 1956. A past member of the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans Club and the Canadian Legion. He was predeceased in Septem- ber, 1970, by his sister Mrs. Doreen Wright of Spokane, Washington. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Thursday a' p.m. in "Martin Bros. Chapel 812 3 Avenue South, with Captain I. K. Sayers offi- ciating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gar- dens. Those who wish may pay their respects at "Martin Bros. Chapel 812 3 Avenue South, Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C1100 WKOXG BOOZE UP T'OTTEHGATE, E n g 1 a n A j KCP) Landlady Jessie Lamb served drinks on the house all I evening at. her Norfolk pub. Next day she look a morning- after look at the closure notice from the owning brewery and I found she had shut up shop three months early. Jessie, wiio ran Hie Alma Tavern for 41 years, said: "II. was like waking up front 8 hangover." FUNERAL DOMEI.I Funeral services for Wilhelm (Bill) Dorncij, beloved husband of Mrs. Elva Dorneij of the city who died here Friday, Nov. G, 1970, after a long illness at the age of years, was held at 2 p.m. Mon- day in Martin Bros. Chapel, (112 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Dr. U. W. K. Elliot officiating.' Pall- bearers were Neils Kristof- fcrscn, Cliff and Gordon Tol- ten, Harvey Gicr, Sidney Bry- ant oral John Connor. Inter- ment was in Maintain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in chargo of the- orrange- CARDS OF THANKS SAICATCH We would like to thank nil the friends, neigh- bors and relatives who sent flow- ers, food, masses and best wishes, in the loss of our brother Joseph Sakatch. Special thanks to the pallbearers and minister, Karl Sorokoski Leslie Pop and family PRIESTLEY Wo wish to extend our sincere thanks to all those who sent cards, flowers, masses and food at the loss of our sister, Mrs. Katheriiie Priest- ley. Your kindness was deeply appreciated. Karl Sorokoski Leslie Fop and family 9685 IN MEMORIAMS Insensitivity of schools in need of change now EDMONTON School offi- cials must not wait for "a holy war of parents and students" to make them change "the insen- stlivily" of our schools and edu- cation system, an Edmonton public school board official sajd here. Speaking at the Alberta School Trustees Association of giving the i "We talk of constant evalua- sttidents a break How Uon: superintendents want to stupid can we evaluate principals, who want "Most teachers do a good job, I Jo evaluate teachers, but even the good ones often don't look at themselves through the eyes of their stu- dent convention here, W. J. Klufas, a "Each student receives the same message (lecture) from but interprets director of staff and develop-1 according to his own unique mcnt for (he board, said more J background, a point which consideration must be given toj most teachers forget when they how programs affect dividual student. "We are all prone to huge decisions without the make in- expect it to come back with tita exact same meaning." diffi- culty, but We forget to make any of the small decisions which affect the individual stu- he said. He offered two solutions: eS' education ombudsmen BAXTER In loving mem- ory of a dear mother, M a.- y fabbsh Baxter who passed away No- each school district, to look vember 10 1964 a-ter tne of students and parents, as well as to make "the little decisions others for- get; Each year leaves may wither, Each evening, the sun may heart, set, But the that loved and lost you the heart s __ y that will never W. v >f forget. In quiet thoupht I live again, the jeais that used to be, So rich "in kindness, love and care, how dear you were to me. remembered and sadly missed by daughter Mickey. S550 DALTON In loving mem- ory of a dear father and grand- father, Ernest Bramley Dalton, who passed away November 10, 1968. loved and sadly miss- ed by Ms wife Florence and family. WILLS In loving of a dear son and memory brother, William Esdale, who passed will away November 10, 1969. Sweet are the silently kept, Of one we loved never forget, Though absent he is ever near Still loved, still missed, still very dear. remembered and sadly missed by mother, sisters Or, appoint or elect two or three parents from each school neighborhood, to act as ex- t r e m e 1 y localized volunteer "rights watchers' who would perform the same mediating activities as an ombudsman would. Mr. Klyfas, known in Ed- monton as an outspoken, blunt and usually-objective critic of education systems, was once a principal to an Edmonton high school. He helicvas students should "have freedom to be and all that entails, so long as they get the job done." Other Klufasisms: "If a student has the guts to walk out on a few dull classes, he's pushed out of school by the teacher, not because he's a poor student but because the teacher's feelings have been hurt." "We have long weekends for holidays, so we can take a break. Parents can tell when a long weekend is coming by the heavy loads of homework their teachers have given them to memories occupy their time on the long and and brothers. S661 MEGEL1A In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father, and grandfather, Michael, who passed away November 10, 1963. He suffered in silence when no one knew, He never deserved what he went through. Take care of him, Lord as he takes his rest For on this earth he was one of the best. remembered by his wife Helen, son George and daughter Mary, and their families. SBPO Businessman sains SC nod o GRANDE PBAmiE (CP) City businessman Bill Bowes has been chosen to contest the Grande Prairie riding for the Social Credit party in the next provincial election. Mr. Bowes defeated Oswald Throness Sexsmith in the balloting. About 750 voting dele- gates attended the meeting. Bus plunge kills 16 JAKARTA (Reuter) Six- teen persons died when a bus plunged into a ravine at Lum- ban Djulu in north Sumatra, the Antara news agency re- ported Monday. abuse meet set for Nov. 24 A meeting is to be held at p.m. Nov. 24 under the aus- pices of the Lethbridge and Re- gion Mental Health Plann ing Council lo plan methods of meeting the drag abuse prob- lem in Lethbridge. Dr. Scott Angus, plan n i n g council chairman, says letters have been sent to various local groups asking for their partici- pation but no attempt is being ntade to limit the meeting to those groups. The council is interested, he said, in getting as broad a rep- resentation from the commu- nity as possible. A unified approach to efforts toward combatting the drug abuse problem is needed, he said. Tim planning function would be to act as a co ordinaling body. What form these efforts will take depends on piass made at the first meeting Nov. 24, be said. The council itself has no preconceived ideas as to what the solutions to the problem may be. The meeting is to be held in the Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. auditorium. "Some classrooms are more like regurgitate centres." "As generations change, so do their aims and education requirements." lo evaluate students. I wonder who the students want to eval- "Kids are going to be imma- ture to (fo stupid things. But let's give them a chance to he immature v; hen they are young, and forgive them for [heir mistakes." "Many teachers teach sub- jects it's time tliey started teaching children, with an em- phasis on teaching the individ- ual child. Registration for the work- shop can be made by contact- ing the CMHA office. Prison escapees sought EEGINA (CP) Four men escaped Monday from Eegina Correctional Centre, _ on Uio city's northeast outskirts, and cite was recaptured shout 3 a.m. today at Pilot Butte, a few miles outside the city. Jail officials reported about 11 p.m. that the men were mis- sing. Police caught Paul Baehyn- skie, 20, of Estevaji, Sask. Still at large are John Wfinry Dolack, 30, Alfred Englehart, 29, and Wayne Carlson, 28. RCMP said Dolack, who was to have appeared in court today on n charge of possessing_ a re- stricted weapon, is considered dangerous. Carlson was to have appeared today on a charge of possession, and Englehard was awaiting an appeal on sentence for posses- sion of explosives. TREASURE SAT IN HIS BASEMENT- Reynold Higgins, deputy head of Greek and Roman antiquities at the British Museum In London, takes a look at a battered stons head found in the museum's basement by American orchaelogist Iris C Love. The head is believed lo be that of the nude Aphrodite of Cnidus by Praxiteles, once held to be the most beautiful status in the world. The head was unearthed in the 19th century by a museum expedition and lay covered by dus t in the museum basement for 11 be- fore discovery. 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