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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ifl THE IEIHBRIDGE HERAtr 74 LOANS X INVESTMENTS Tunulciy, Novitmhlir 17, Of ii 75 CONTRACTS BIRTH FUNERALS CARD OF THANKS DOKllKN Bi-yan and nor arc happy to announce I he HOl'STOX iiequiem mass: OMMUK I wish In Uian fur Durand Houston. I Hie doctor of the Bow Is, ami beloved husbanil of Mrs. Viola j Hospital and the nurses for also CONCRETE WORK Houston of 1102 15th St N. who Hheir wondcrlul care: also the died suddenly al I he residence doctors of St. Michael s Hospi Kridav U. 1970. at the as well as Ihe very nurses for their kind and thanks for ail the and many visitors j -Mikc'Ondrik. nice caiu-> had. PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS KATE ANDREWS HIGH SCHOOL fnaldale Aloprfa Miaiiftd tenders in accord v.iih works, wii His. born al i Hi. Michael's Hospital iVoveiu- IHT H, 1970. Insured. _______________ [Sot.? Sy h sllatirs i "ring allc-ion to me. A spec, i Uoman Catholic Church with i Rev. Uaston Marien the cole- DEATHS brant. Pallbearers were Joseph Suiter, Diet Sclidlhorn. Len I.KHSACK Henry, aged (W; Cameron. Merle ears, beloved husband of Mrs.; Kmcrson. In- termeut was in ihe Mounl vary section of Mountain View Ceiildery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. Mary Lebsack. Vulcan. Ser- vices at .he EUB Church. Vul- ran. Thursday al p.m.. Hev. C. Rahn and Rev. ,M. Heebner officiating. Vulcan Fu- neral Home, in charge. CII 9.i IN MEMORIALS FAl'l' Funeral service! for KUVACS John, passed Joseph beloved hus- away in Lethbridge on Sunday, i 0; Barabara Papp of November IS. 1970. at the ago jlagrali, who died at Lclh- KINUKK In loving nicni ory of Wait, who passed November 17. Mclnlee. Clovnrdalc B.C.; Edna Ully, Hane> B.C. -39J OII.VMA In loving ory of dear mother and meiv gram! SUflts 'II par ed by jn Magrath LDS llardicville in and settled I wjih Bishop L. B. T.m- in Sliaughnessy. where be officiating. Honorary pall- far until retiring to I.eth- bearei-s were George Papp. bridge in !9M. He was a mem- j Clifford Taylor. (Irani Martin. ber of the Bethlen Hungarian Lioni, Lei) Oregor and, Presbyterian Church and of the Ted Campbell. Active pall-' bearers were Barge Bennett, IN THE MATTER OF THE COAAPANIES ACT BEING R S 1951 AND IN THE MATTER OF CORPORATE INVESTORS LIMITED NOTICE HERE8V GiVEN Mai fln flppllicaiior, will be made on the ;rh dav of DecsmbsrA D. a! 10 am in she Supreme Court of At. berta, at Sne House, m fine Cily of UShbndoc. ir. the Province ci Al- berta, tor an Order that CORPORATE INVESTORS LIMITED be reiforeil fo reqiMer ci Companies 'lursnant ro Section 17i of Hie companies Act. DATED st tne City of Lethbrs-jqe, Lethbridge Hungarian 0 1 d Timers' Club. Funeral services mil be held Wednesday. No- vember 18. 1970. al 2 p.m.. in 1 the Hethlen Hungarian Presby- lerian Church, with Rev. K. C. Doka officiating, tnlerment will Robert Haiely. Bruce Johnson. Rens Vtssor a n d Frank and Louis Triscil. Interment was in the Magralh Cemetery. C'hrisiensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Funer- follow in the family plot in a) Service, was i" charge of the j Mountain View C e m e i e i" y. arrangements, Prayers will be held in the j j Christerisen Chapei on Tuesday i 17. 1970 fionighil all p.m. Chrisiensen Salmon i will For in onr hearts with its still; Behind our smile there many a lear. For Ihe mother we lost and loved so dear. Peacefully sleeping, free from pain We would not wake her to suffer again, remembered and sadly missed by Toss and Cans: Tona and Grace: Kingo and Shirley: Oeorge and Barbara: Albert and PEGGY'S POP-EYED PROGENY The jaguar population at Toronto's Riverdale Zoo doubled lost month with the arrival of two cubs. The third litter of 10-year-old Peggy ond her mole will likely go to another zoo as Riverdale provides accommodation for only two joguars. Photographer's intrusion placed this half'of the litter on the defensive. Food price war rages Liberals win t'wo seals lly TIIK CANADIAN I'HESS The youth vole appeared In h ive little effect on the outcome oi three federal byclcctions Monday as the Liberals im- proved their standing in the Commons by one seat. Leopold Corriveau took the Quebec riding of Frontemte from Hie Creditistcs for the Lib- pi ,ds while Maurice Dupras held Labelle for the Liberals and Jack Murta retained the Manitoba riding of Lisgar for lire Progressive Conservatives. The Liberals now have 151 seats to 73 for the Conservatives, 'a for the NDP and 13 for the Creditistes. Speaker Lucien Lamoureux sits a independent member for Stormont-Dimdas and brings the Commons total lo 264 seats. It was the first lime 18- to could vote federally and they boosted the number of eligible voters in each 15 per cent to 38.60S in Fron- t'nac. 1-1 per cent lo in Labefle and seven per cent to in Lisgar. TORONTO A daily dose of Vitamin C is a good way lo keep from catch- ing colds, says Linus Pauling twics winner of the Nobel Pme. The Stanford University sci- entist told a news conference here he has been taking a con- centrated Vitamin C pill at a cost of about a penny a day. "I've been doing this for 'about four years, and it's about four years since I've had a bad he added. Pauling, is fhe guest lec- turer at the State University at Buffalo this week, Pauling won the Nobel Prize for chemistry in and for peace in 1963. He has been ac- tive in the 'peace movement. Funeral Home Ltd., Directors: of Funeral Service. I'll 97. away in Lethbridge. Saturday. No- vember H, 1970, Kick Rein- boldt, age 74 years, of Fort iMac- Born in Crimea, Russia, i he came to Canada in 1912. lie i farmed in Saskatchewan until moving to Alberta in 1336. He i wa.' ranch foreman of the Pei- j gan Ranch of Hinman Hold- i ings. Fort Stacleod for the past 12 years. He is survived by two KEKUKK f wish lo thank mv doctor and the day and nighl nurses of the First Floor i (Room 1ML for their kind at-. lemion to me while I was in hospital. j Edith E. Reeder. 1 CREUICO We wish to ex-i press our thanks and j and iVup and grandchildren, i pel-market discount war has re- suited in most prices going i down. But he has received com- plaints that some prices art going up. Federal and provincial shop- ping experts say shoppers can save from five to 10 per cent on the week's grocery bill. "There's no question that in genera! prices have gone said Mr. Williams, whose gov- ernment-sponsored council has ANNAPOLIS. Md. fAP) A launched an inquiry into the j price increases below their own increased costs from suppliers. Another view came from R. pork prices re- of surplus Governor's telephone bugged appreciation In friends and souree close to Gov. Marvin j battle that started 13 days rf r .___ _ mTn neighbors who sent Mandel confirmed today cards of sympathy assisted jhe line'1 ._ daughters, Margaret and Shir- ins in every way during our re- 1 nt. A sec i a 1 teje-: However, he said be has re- brothers, George of I cent bercravement. A spec i a 1 j of stalc governors 1 ley; I wo Medicine Hat, Frank of Cut i Knife. Sask. The funeral ser- vice will be held in the Holy j Cross Catholic Church Wednes- day at II a.m.. Rev. L. Rcd- man officiating. Interment in I Union Cemetery. Flowers i g r a I e fully declined. Friends j may pay their respects to Mr. Reinboldl al Eden's Funeral Home prior to the funeral ser- j vice Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., VICTORIA his office with eeived complaints that prices of! few terse some items are being raised i W. A. C. Bennett today Wrong jail sentence imposed EDMONTON (CP) The Al- "liidelines'in keeping Western Canadian grain to feed j berta -Supreme Court quashed hogs; chicken prices tumbled j a 90-day sentence against a 21- with surplus of broilers from] year-old man after it was Quebec producers; and egg! found the sentence had been W: Carberl. director of informs- j prices went down when Ontario I imposed in error, lion services with the Ontario j producers found the Quebec bur-1 Patrick Atkinson of department of agriculture, i der closed lo eggs. j Edmonton was sentenced by Magistrate Carl Rolf Oct. 21 i when be was found guilty oC sniffing a volatile substance. However, it was discovered the magistrate referred to an outdated penalty section under Ihe provincial P.ublic Health Act and the revised sentence calls for a maximum 30 days in jail of a fine, Atkinson was released alter serving 26 days of what ori- ginally was his 90-day sentence. o water for claimsBennett thanks to Rev. R. VT. Elliott for I natjona, defence head- while publicity is being directed s neip oiiu kindness. I js wired to permit family and relatives, J on Mandel hira- The hot-line photic of Dela- ware's Gov. Russell W. Peter- DOM.KU We wish to ex- our sincere thanks and press Fort Macleod. _ reported similarly wired. apprec.auon i, our then M.and mfe J4 neighbors who sent noweis, cards of sympathy and food, and helped during our recent bereavement; also to the doc- tor and nurses and Rev. R. W. Elliott. A special thanks to Can- Nakayama for his assis- itance; also to Mrs. Hodgson I.A.VDOX Monday, N'ovem- j and Mrs. Rousseau for serving years ago. The source in Handel's office said the wiring in the phone in- dicated if had been done at the factory when the telephone was produced and not after il was installed. Telephone company officials to discounted items. The council is checking piices j the moved all doubt that the Brit- ish Columbia government has ________.....___.....o j____ changed its tough stand on items' to fmT'how 'much j against selling water prices have gone down. He- i United searchers also are trying lo dis- j cover how Jong they will stay j down. i A supermarket spokesman j has .said the price war could (CP) With a i Suggestions as lo a possible words Premier I change were made fol- lowing remarks by Conserva- tion Minister Ken Kiernan. who said Saturday at the Social continue for years but a federal economist disagrees. "It's a classic price he said. "The consumer will berte-! TORON10 (CP) A CBC workers end protest Credit party convention In Van- couver he could foresee a time when il might be morally wrong for B.C. lo refuse the United State., a share of its wa- ter resources. j Culling shorl a reporter's j (j u e s j: i o n on Mr. Kiernan's i views. Premier Bennett said: "The answer is no." CBC i Asked whether the govern- fit for Pattern ber IB. IS70. Chester Alex, aged 76 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Landon of 35 Weslover Drive S.W., Calgary. j He is also survived by four sons. Wilfred. Fernie. B.C.. Donald. Calgary. Jack. Black Diamond and Ira. Ogden. Utah: three daughters, Mrs. A n d y Urene) Golia and Mrs. Stan (Alberta) Arnold, both of Cal- gary and Mrs. Bill (Ethel) Roth, CoaMale. Alia.: 23 grand- children, five great grandchil- dren; two brothers, Bill, Van- convcr and Ira. Calgary ami j two sisters. Mrs. Marioo Carmicheal and Mrs. Hairy i I Ellas Oliver, both of Vancou- ver. Services at The Garden Chapei (Foster Kuneral JloineJ i 540 16 Ave. N.W.. Calgary, on Wednesday at. i p.m. Mr. Her- bert Markevich of Scarboro Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Wtt nesses officiating. Interment Field of Honor. Queen's Paik Calgary. lunch. Elva family. while, but then go. up." price 'the spokesman said Monday its op- j meat's policy might be changed 'erations have returned' to nor- j some time in future or Domeii and COWAN" The family of the late have denied that there is any! price war began two ma way eavesdropping could have ago Do mini on s booki sick occurred on Mandel's phone or stole-s Lld-' wllh m sloies anv other and have attributed Ontario, anno.mced price cuts. the wiring to an "error." Lasl week. Loblaw Groceterias Co. Ltd. followed suit. The telephones were installed v.MiV following several days of test stalled negotiations on labor contract. United Stales could agru'n: ''The enncR answer Soldier sliot at Pctawawa PETAWAWA, Out. (CP'i A soldier at Canadian Forces Base Pefawawa died of a pin- shot wound, the Canadian Forces announced, Pie. J. R. Lambert, 26, of St. Edmond, Quo., was pronounced dead at the base hospital. Information officer Capt. Ted Merriam said no details of lite incident would be released before (be inquest. is. TRUCKS HIT TRAIN' TOKYO (Renter) Eighfy- ln the last legislative session eight persons were injured Sun- William Cowan wishi to ,0 executives quick j g Mm] in Nov. 25. i Tne year-long dispute goes be- Ule prtnljcr piedg.ed that B.C. day when two runaway trans- i fore lllirti eondliation board; never scn waler (-0 port trucks hit a passenger thank our relatives and friends j defence officials for all their acls of kindness j jn event of 2n impending tidan who keeps Irack of pro- j About half of the 500 TV pro- which i...... i nuce prices, sa o supennarKeis uucuuii Sg E "U uce prices, said supennarkets i dudion employees called in sick j sides of Ihe legislature. emotional speech; train near Taraki .station drew cheers from all s o 11 1 h e r n Japan, a hospital 1 spokesman said. comforting visits. Special thanks to Rev. L, D. Hankinson. Session i members and the Senior Choir j of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church for the beautiful service, and to Charily Lodge No. 67, for their kind assistance. and Mrs. T. F. Chumik. Mr. and Mrs. P. Sebal- kin. Mr. and Jlrs. S. W. Cowan and families. 9918 Deaths Yesterday Jlv Till-; CAXAUIAN I'HKSS wan far over years, after a long illness. FUNERAL ei vice for Richard (HoineJ Blackmore. beloved husbano of Mrs. Theda Archibald Black- more w-bri died in the Cardston Municipal Hospital Nov. after a long til ness a! Ihe age of tiO yeais was held at a.m. Mondn Nov. Hi. 1970. in the AtbeiU Stake Chapel with Bishop Mei j .Jones officiating. PallbeauiN were Dean and Harold Smith. Paige and Barry Hoehmci She'll love this poncho pair- and Ilebf, u -e' t uift' Honorary pallbeaius INSTANT CROCIIKT. color- Ccorue ll'e r r, .Kin ful poncho plus matching scarf Infill. Art I'oterson. Allnri .dashing wav to warm on Monchmise dully I'-se "1C C'Jnslol> I-'IFTV CKN'l'S -c o i I) fo: each p ji I 1 r tin .--iiunns. add for cadi pattern tor ( flfiss mailing and spct-iJil handling "f rh.c HA.NKS SIXTH fruit and vegetables. Any varia-1 The CBC has been tions can be explained by ,with the Canadian Union nf changes in supply and demand, j Employees for a contract not by the discount war, he, covering the TV produc- iiou Corkers across Canada. A spokesman for Canada j cupE nol s rt ,he To. Bread Co.. a division of Corpo- i rate Foods Lid., said supermar-i Novlh Baltleford. Sask. Jes-1 arc pa ing the same whole. i Ihe union is seeking a 4.U sier D. Degear, 102. associated jce their products but i weekly increase in a Iwo-ycar with newspapers in Saskalche-1 es ,0 seM at 27 to Starting pay tinder the 31 cents are now 19 to 27. current contract is S82.40 with "You could say they are sell-; average weekly salaries at ing at he said. 1 The workers involved include Colin O'Brien of the and stage staff, camera- pi ices and incomes commission, ;men. editors and production and itsponsible for price reviewing'script assistants. Finally. A ski resoi Water fees plan lo be studied EDMONTON CCPi The Al- berta government is consider-' 1 mg Ji develop a n si man- agement lo- against the direct; beneficiaries of water. R. K. Bailey, director of Ihe water ic- sources division .said here, must he: found to finance (he develop- ment and imimigemeni of w.-i-: tor if we are io mnke i use of this Mr, Bit ley said in a prepared slate- ment. Waier charges of some form or another aire.'Hly ;ire in othor parts of tnrt the linited Si.'itc.s. he .said. "Sa.skalchewan, ior example, !i ;i a partial assp-ss inriii.slry." If society wantcf! to be- 35- surcd of an adequate supply of the quality of water it needs, ii would have lo be prepared io pay a premium for this assur- ance in Ihe -same way an in- dividual pays H premium on an insurance policy. "The money from Ibi.s pre- mium or levy would be used to pay the capita! and operating of the necessary diversion of uiiter courses and The proposal will be ed Ni I he provincial cahi- nc! later Ihi.s year. .Mr. Bailey .said. TIGHT FIT-tt. William L f.allny, Jr., looiciu his collar ar, he oniers couft o' Fort Benmng, Georgia. Calley, a ?7-ycfir-oUi from Florida, is accused nf hlliiKi 102 South Vietnamese civilions in 1 ?o3 in me Itamlnl of My tni. HRP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effocls. CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR UEAVE AT 412 Jrf AVE, S. that BanK is orsgi. for skiers. But now Shg BanH Springs is opon alt winter. Which makes Banff great for skafers, swimmers, fobogqannerS; snowmobilers, party lovers. You, Packages for skiers starl at for 2 days all inclusive MAP. And winter fun lor ovoryonc slarts with a call !o your travel agenl or CP Hotels Reservation Office. Make il BfllfF SPRINGS HOTEL BANFF. ALBERTA r ;