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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE lETHBRIDSE HERAID 43 TRAILERS FDR Friday, November 20, 1970 58 MAIE HELP Births, Deat CMs 1 In Men V DEATHS KOOP Passed away in the city on Tuesday, November 17, 1970, Abram, Henry, nt the ago o! 87 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Katherina Koop, of Coal-dalo. The funeral service will bo held at p.m. on Saturday, November 21st, 1970, in the Coaldale Mennonite Conference Church, with Rev. Peter Betzlaft officiating. Interment will follow in (he Coaldale Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1M9 CHEKALUCK Passed away suddenly at the residence, William, age 60 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ester Cheka-luck, of Warner. Funeral arrangements wiil be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors Funeral Service. C1248 PRUEGGER Passed away suddenly in the citv on Thursday, November 19th, 1970, Wil-helmlna at the age of 66 years, beloved of ifr. Leopold Pruegger, of 313 27th street south. Born in Germany in 1904, the late Mrs. Pruegger came to Saskatchewan as a young girl moving to Leth-bridge in 1962 where she has resided until her passing. Besides her loving husband she is also survived by two sons Bill of Lethbridge, Edmund of Calgary; five grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. R. (Emma) Flatt of Hosthcrn, Sask., Mrs. E. (Millie) Wittig of Daffney, Sask., Mrs. 1C. (Erna) Loug-lieed of Saskatoon, Sask., Mrs. (Ester) Thompson of Edmonton Alta. two brothers, Max Grolla and Otto Grolla both of Vancouver, B.C. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ssr-vice. hs, Funerals, Thanks, I 1 loriams I CARD OF THANKS HALL Wo wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation in our recent bereavement to our relatives and friends, the pallbearers, choir, speakers, the first ward Bishopric; to those who seat flowers, cards, called or sent food to the home and church; to the doctors, matron, nurses and staff of the Cardston Auxiliary Hospital and those whs coiled and visited Frank while he was a patient there, I also want to thank the people who visited rne and sent cards while I was in the Raymond Municipal Hospital for two weeks; also Uie doctors and staff for their kind care, Mrs. Doras Hal and families. trade war WASHINGTON {AP) A quota-setting trade bill that would up most formidable new barriers against foreign goods since 1930 has passed the House of Representatives, but Senate approval is in doubt. Opponents said tiie controversial bill to limit textile and shoe imports would touch off a world trade war. Backers said it would protect threatened U.S. industries and jcbs. It passed the House 215 to 165 Thursday night. Nixon administration efforts to cut the bill back to tile president's request for textile quotas plus a tax incentive to boost U.S. didn't even coine to a vote. But administration supporters ssid Nixon will make no decision on whether to veto the bill until he sees bow it comes MAN ANONYMOUS dTlnklnq lirobleut. Phony :W-W4? or 323-3246, DOOC-l. MALP ION CAMPER. ait jw. fi.we W-.IIOT. Apply L'nthbrldge Laundry ISI8 3rd Ave. S., between V a.m. omi 11 a.m. f, 0 r 1 vMMMw iilckuii. ExcuIIenl cwalticn l'1'c.w TOR GENERAL TEED UOt work. Musi ob'e to' start Expcrlonca necessary. Leroy 234-5098 or write PfJnis Feeders Ltd., Fort Maelfod. INFORMATION REFERRAL Ccnire A.l.D. Advke. InSorniBtlnn and Direction in areas of Health, Weifaro and Reereot'on. Phone 10 c.rn. 4 p.m. rniirt bslf'. Excellent condition. JMW' a.m. 5 p.m. m-Olll. week dsyi cn'y, USED I! X li THREE bedrccm mobile Jiorrte. off relfll varuo. Phono 234-3143 or I ff FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1970 Andy sends a complete 20-volumc set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Gary Jackson, age 13, of St. Paul, Minnesota, for his question: How are tlio Northern Lights formed? The gauzy colors of the Northern Lights often glimmer in tha skies above Saint Paul, Minnesota and on one occasion they were seen as far south as Puerto Rico. They tend to arrive in groups and, for a couple of weeks, appear on two nights out of three. Alter a few years of maximum performance they tend to dwindle and then reappear a decade or so later. As a rule, they can bs expected when solar flares blaze up around a major rash of sunspots. The best displays occur in March and September. These strange schedules helped scientists to figure out Uie causes of the Northern Lights. Scientists begin to solve E problem by gathering all the observable facts. The complete picture may or may not explain Itself. But often its secrets are related to very different sciences. This is what happened in the mysterious case of the Northern Lights. It required patient charting by astronomers and earth scientists, plus the work of physicist experts in electricity and magnetism. Some of the work began centuries ago. In 1S59 the concentrated teamwork of the International Geophysical Year made it possible to complete the story. In the 1600s, two scientists helped to solve the secrets Uie Northern Lights without knowing it. One began a serious study of magnetism. The other was Galileo, who made the first drawing of a sunspot. Through the centuries, many others probed dseper into magnetism and its relation to elec-trictly. Others recorded sun-spots as they increased and decreased in 11-year cycles. In the 1900s, detailed maps were made to show tb.e general location of the glimmcririg lights. Meantime electron activity was studied in the rare gases of the cathoda tube. Their glowing energy was related to the glimmering CLASS STEAM ENGINEER Wanted foe steam plant operation. Ap-pikanis must possess n valid Fourth Ctass Atberta Stenm Engineers cert ill-tale. Apply In person to Chief 6nqf-seer, Western Canadian Seed Process-ors Ltd- OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT At ANON FAMILY GfJOUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARS OF P.O. BOX W, LETH-BRIDGE, Lights. And ail these facts were related to cycles. The best displays follow solar flares that erupt around those sun-spots on the face of (lie sun. All the evidence, suggested that solar flares erupt streams of Uglily charged particles that whip across space at thousands of miles per second. As they near the earth, its immense magnetic field deftecls them from above the equator toward the North and South Geomagnetic Poles. In the thin air, 70 to 700 miles above the earth, they act like charged particles in a fluorescent light. Most of them are protons and electrons. The colors reveal their collisions with gaseous atoms of ilia upper atmosphere. Oxygen contributes the glowing greens, nitrogen provides the rosy reds. The ghostly yellows reveal the protons, or hydrogen nuclei, that came all the way from the sun. The earth's magnetic field sends the solar particles into spiraling paths and the colors shift and weave with their motions. Around the world, thousand) of IGY observers gathered data to complete the story. After t solar flare, the fastest particle! arrive in a few hours and th the field cf preventive social services, Including Individual end Br5yP cayncet-llng. ExcelleM opparlunlty for professional davelopiTient. Applicants should havo complefed one year of post-graduate training at 8 teCuynUeii School oi Social work, and CM year of experience as a socla! or ttn equivalent combination of training and experience. Written applications outlining employment history, education, persons! data, two references, etc. will bs received by the Personnel Office, City Hail, Red Dser, an or befora December 11th, 1S70, at p.m. Don't wait for birthdays or Christmas for cuddle peta delights tots any time. Quickies! Just 2 pieces plus ears (wings for Make this menagerie- of cxiddle pets of gay scraps. Pattern 7280: transfer, 4 toys, directions. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special Jiandling THREE BAY SER-vice Station. Large shop. Tools scid Box 74, Herald. Mrs. Edith Cahoon will not re-sponslble for any debts Incurred by her daughter, Marilyn Caisoon. J. Cahoon. SALOM, PRICED FOR quldc safe. Write Box 30, Herald. SI TRUCKS AND TRAILERS BAR AND SHORT ORDER service. Seating capacity, 33. Ream for expansion. Wrlfa Box A7t Herald. SPANISH CONSTRUCTION LTD. IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION NOTICE (S HEEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section. 233 of The Companies Act, a meeting of Creditors of ARIAS SPANISH CONSTRUCTION LTD. (In voluntary liquidation) will be held flf 207 Canada Trust Building, Lelhbridgs, Aiberfa. on ihe Wth day of Hssvembsr, A.O, !ha hour cf o'clock In ihe afternoon. DATED at the CHy of Ufhbrldqa, In tfca Prcivince of Alberta, this 4tn day of November, A.D. 1970, Alan W. Bell Liquidator Cash Paid For Used Trucks and Cars TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 327-9355 dea chills Moi LIVINGSTON Moat (AP) tale %tana "What was asked Defence Attorney Michael Whalen. "The first degree Baker A DISC JOCKEY Recorded messaga by Jim EIHoH fells you how. Phona 326-2636, Columbia Schoo! of Broadcasting. APPROXIMATELY worth of vendinq equipment set up in schools, etc., in" Town of Tsfcer. Very good returns with lols of roam for expansion. Two or Jhres hours effort per day. Asking Phono WaHy, 327-0820, LethbrWge. 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT IN MY own homo. Reliable. 328-2263. LOANS BABYSITTING COUHTY FRAMiNG TO ALL TYPES OF BUILDINGS. RENOVATIONS, AND RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL OR 3J7-3384. convicted slayer chilled this mountain community Thursday with a bizarre courtroom tale of satanic cultism, cannibal-Sim, drugs and murder. Stanley Dean Baker, 22, ad-milted killing James Michael Schlosser, 22, a Great Falls social worker and mutilating the body. Baker testified! at the trial of Harry Alien Stroup, 20, who is on trial in Sehlosser's death1. Baker is serving a life term for the killing. Sehlosser's headless, heartless torso was washed up at the feet of fisherman in the Yellowstone River July 11. Slxoup has pleaded innocent, saying he was not at the slaying scene. Baker said he and Stroup had been travelling together, but separated before the slaying Each took an LSD capsule in parting, he said. Baker said that after the separation Stroup beaded for his native Sheridan, Wyo., while Baker hitched a ride with Schlosser. That night in an LSD trance, Baker said, he shot the social worker and threw the dismembered body into the river. He said he ate the man's heart. Baker said Schlosser had stopped his car and they bad climbed into sleeping bags. "I laid there awhile I was stoned, but Baker said. "When I woke up there was lightning arid things. there was some thunder too. By that time, it, was already WSLL BABYSIT IN MY HOME DAYS 1312 Lakeview Drive. Phone 358-6330. EXPERIENCED CLERK TYPS5T, dtciatypfsf, Invoice typist requires permanent position. Phwe HOSPITAl PERSONS THE LETHBHtDGI HERAID Readers Mail limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, AGENCIES LSM1TED ESTABtiSHEO 1972 Collegs Mall Phons 32B-3331 Residential, Commercial proper! 1 1 s. -arms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest rates available. First and second mortgages, C1 down stairs, man is killed EDMONTON (CP) A 70-year-old man died after being pushed down the stairs of his rooming house during an argument, police reported. Oscar A. Lund, 55, was charged with non-capital murder in the death of Charles Blackman. Both lived in the same building. Police said an argument started during a party in the rooming house and ended with Mr. Blackman being pushed down the HEALTH Applications are Invited from experienced nurses holding a dfoioma or de-qree In public health nursing for the -josltlon of Senior Nurse to tha Foot-ilJIs Unit. Apply fa Dr. A. C, Ellis. Medical Officer of Health, Box 638, High River. 54A UCENCED In matter of Section t7S cf The Munlcrpaf Government Acf and Ir! the matter af the closing of a certain sfrset. TAKE NOTICE that at it! regular meeting 1o be held on the asy of Decembey, Wo, at the hour of 3 o'clock in the evening. In the Council Chambers at City Hefl In Lefhbridge, Alberta, the Council of The City of Lelhbridge Intends ID give consideration to closing: The mosi westerly Triirfeea' (135 feet thrnttghout of that portion of 5th Street Norlh in the City of LethbrWge v.hich Has between the SQufherly boundary of the Intersection 4th Avenue North cod extending Southerly a distance of. 431 feet B Inches to the North boundary of the spur track iervictng Block 1 1, Plan Lethbrldge AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that any person claims he and his lands be prejudicially affected by the 'closing of the roadway Jhall be afforded on opportunity (o be heard by fhs Council by himself or hfe DATED AT LETHBRIDGE this 20th day of November, A.D. 1970. John Gerla, City Clerk. (CRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE six weeks to six refused 8 in Calgary murder case CALGARY (CP) A baU application by eight men who are appealing their conviction on a charge of non-capital murder was refused by Mr. Justice Gordon Allen of Alberta Supreme Court. Tha eight are among 13 men who were convicted this fall and sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder March 7 of Ronald George Hartley, 23, of Calgary. He was killed vAien hit over the head with a length of chain miring a dispute between rival motorcycle YOUR MONEY Requirements to us. Well handle them qulckiy, efiWeotiy snd dirccfiy. Fatf approvals lor tha maximum in mortgage financing, and consolidation loans. We can help you re-finance a present mortgage, make home Improvements, expand a business. Group insurance available. Call Niagara t.he people with the no ncnsensa approach to money. THE NIAGARA COMPANIES Suite 2, 424 7th St. S. 317-6545 36 FARM HELP YOUNG SiNGLH MAN TO WORK ON farm 'Apply 'mile aoufh of Ufl> bridga Airport. George TEACHERS OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA Ssqulras one Teacher fof Foremost Etemenlary School. SUBJECT (departmentalized) language, health and spelling, Grades four five six. Duties io commence January 4, 197! sfease apply to: Mr. P. J. BAKER SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FOREMOST, ALBERTA 57 FEMALE HELP LICENSED HAtRDRHSSER, PHONE 223-2204, after 6 p.m. BABYSITTER WANTED IN MY Odd hours. Pficne 32S-SS45. KXPERIHNCEO SALES CLERK FOR ladles' wear slcre. Write Box 66, Her-aid, Cl RAVEN 132? 9th ST. N, Kitcoen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re-mcdeSilng ana repairs. Phone 327-3119. FASHION PART OR FULL time. Must like and people. No cost to start. For Interviews phone 328-1229. BUILDING, CEM5NT and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 ?th Ave. o. 357-iSe2. WANTED DRIVER TOR CITY roole. Must furnish references and turntable. Five day week. Apply Lefh. bHdge Ltd., 1818 3rd Ave, S., between 9 a.m. and U a.m. CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9 Openings available to (each for the rest d tha year until June 9, 1971. teachers for primary grades r o teach a regular class Including religious Instruction, teacfwr counsellor) Half time counselling In, school cf 850 grades eight to 12. Hal! time teaching guidance and religion. Appty to-. A. KImrnlH, Super iniendent of Schools tcthbridge Caihollc Separate S.D, No. 53.1 ISth Street South, LETHBR1DGE, Alberts C! WORK patio. All work guaranteed. WANTED AMBITIOUS LADIES any age fa sell our beautiful wash, and wear wiG5. Write Box 73, Herald, for further Information. FRED STEiNER CEMENT old basements dug, water prscllng. Inured, free estimates. Phone 327-82SS. AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS Order Mo, 701-1-JOl-O'IB Construction of 35 concrete Foynda-lions for Pre Fabricated Homes at Standoff, Alberta, Blood Indian Reserve, BMod Pclgan District Index No. Alberta 475 Sealed Tenders, marked ss to content, addressed to Regional Engineer, Indian and Eskimo ?7ih Floor CM Tower, Edmonton will ba rcceivprf up to; p.m. December 8, IWft. Tender documents can te; Obtained "by General Contractors oniy on depoalf of 525.00 In the form of n CERTIFIED CHEQUE- osyahle lo THE RECEIVER GEHKRAt OF CANADA, from Regional Enqinecr, Indian anti Eskimo Affairs, !7ih Fteor CN Tower, Edmonton, ond Dislritl Btocd Poiqan DiiUlcl, Federal Bldq. lethbrHqe. Ex-i mined." Kdmont m Const Calgary Const. Red Deer Const. Assoc, or any tender not necessarily accepted. L. R. Clark, P. Eng., Restenal Enqlncer, fndlim nnd Eskimo Alfatn, machine workers block gates OSHAWA, Ont. (CP) More than 500 striking members of the United Aiilo Workers Union sealed off all gates at General Motors of Canada Ltd. plants here today, turning back more than GM office workers who were reporting for work in a driving rain storm. Ted O'Connor, acting president of the union's Local 222, said the picketing at tha gates was "a demonstration of support for our committee in show the membership is still wilh them and supporting them." Master talks between the union and company have been held on an on-and-off basis in Toronto for the last week and are resuming lodu. A GM spokesman said tha company was not "unduly about the blocking of fho gates at Oshawa. He said tha company heard rumors of tiro mass picketing at the gates and informed ils salaried workers not to force their way in but io turn oround ffld go bome. here with AVON, uss spare-tlmo to eim SSS In your neighborhood. Friends ami neighbors will love buying a fabulous line of gHts. Call now, or Mrs. M. Scott, 2514 33rd 2 U.S. aii-liue lay off NEW YORK (AP) Trans World Airlines, No. 2 international airline in the U.S. and third biggest domestic carrier, says it is laying off to of its employees. The airEne, which has reported a million loss in the year's first three quarters, said Thursday layoff notices already had gone to 400 hostesses, with others to follow in all job 58 MALE HELP WANTED ASSIST Itt IN3TAL-IsSlon of carpets- AnrslV In own fejrui-wrMIng is Box 47, Lethbridge HernkJ. DEPARTMENT machine was installed today in a bar used by employees of the House of Commons. The idea is to speed tip the detoxication process for anyone who has to drive. For 10 shillings a drinker can gei a shot of art alcohol dispersant which reduces the amount of alcohol in the bloodstream. If the machine is a success, said refreshment manager Andrew Mitchell, he may put it in the bars used by members of the House and their HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will 'be received by tha undersigned up to 11 :00 o'clock Standard Time on Friday, December 4, Ira- Ihe tcnslruttScn oJ he following proiect: Improvement District OttJER WELL KSTAOUSHf-D COM-pany has one in real estate dsparlment. Experience preferred but woiild cor.sicJer someone wllh other Itian real cslafe sales experience. Courses aid training as well .is CKOSJD medlca! and hospital Oiif salssmcri aro swafe of thi-s Pisiflss Box fi3, Herald. storm hurls snow CHICAGO (AP) An autumn storm hurled snow over the northern middle-western United -States today as violent thunderstorms struck from tha Ohio Valley to the Gulf Coast, Five inches of snow coated Rochester, Minn. Four inches had fallen by Thursday nighl at Mason City, Iowa, Heavy-snow warnings were posted in northwestern Wisconsin and western upper Miclugan. A new wave of arctic cold plunged into Montana and brought snow, strong winds and warnings lo travellers. Temperatures plunged near IOST AND course slockpil-inc] .ind leading ia trucks Cubic Yards, Conlracts and Specifications may bo obtained at the Office of She Chief Mato? c n a n c e Engineer, Buidinq, Edmonfon, Alberta, the- Of-Jke of'llie Dlstricr Enninepr, 1707 6th Street N.W., Calgary Atbarta and Itie Office of the District Administration ButkHng, IctlibrHgc, Alberta and te available only to Individuals domiciled, registered end operating In Provirfcs of Alberla, or to cr ccrporafhns registered fitid operating in aftd h o have citiibfishcd s fixed plflc-j of In thff Province AMJsrfa. A cf Twenty-five Dollars fSJS.OO) fce rcquirtit '-'it tach copy of Contract taken, PscH hirl bo by a or equsl fo per cent fif Tcr.tlcrs cpws.-J n psjhlk. Tho cr any Tender H. of ADVERTISING CALENDARS AND SPECIALTIES OPPORTUNITY I.'J SALTS Canada's leading Wanofacturfir rnd DUJributor tias tor, opening for a carer mlndsd. qcjgrossfve salesrnan to sail Exclusive Advertising Caftvulars, Swcialticj and Gifts In o protected terriicry, Dy -selling ExUuiivi Llnci, lr.-come poientia! is ensured through receat ssic'j. Prefer fyfl-'imp wilh tin! mny te carn't-'l p.irMi.iie v-ith othrr ri-SfVcer.Mktmfi J.ncr.. Highest Km-ployce tcncfifs f-r ftjll-lf.-r.s saiftr.-Taf mftr- f lr> McSd, rr.jy cr'-iJJO-y FLUFFY GERMAN pup, months, called REvjfUrf. 377-8U9, 318-U70. LOST FROM hike in air fares CALGARY (CP) An in air fares has been forecast by the president of Air Canada. J. R. Baldwin of Montreal was participating in a panel discussion during tire first day of the second annual international aviation r'b. BerJ Hartley. Phcna hero MOSCOW (AP) Marshal Andrei Ycrcmcnko, 78, Soviet defender of Stalingrad in the Second World War, died Thursday. Yeremcnko was credited xviih hailing the German advance and then directing the attacks that led to the capitulation of the Nazi armies on the Stalingrad, LADY'S BIFOCAL GLASSES witn siivor cfv.lin etfachei PCE-Mhly in vlcinty c? Hotel, Mr'., t. Harvic, l.armnfce, Atberla 1-il 66 PERSONAL TEENS Do Yf.w tinve proWem In your homo? TrWn Infx-srrr.-iilon, and (cr you. P.O. cr phnnfl in wine CANEU.I, Italy (Renter) -Filippo Scassa, 36, jumped Into a wine vat here and dragged his friend, who had fallen, to safety. But Scassa drowned after being overcome by fumes, polica CJ011-H ;