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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta NevMMtar 1173 THI LITHMIDaC HERALD -M Poodle puppies One one Phone327.670S. 4611-24 House-trained to 4310-22 To give away krheo. Phone after 8 p.m.. 386-7260. 4470-24 Wonted Siamese CM breeding purpoMi. Phone 326- 6069 _ 4412-23 Three one female Terrier and Poodle crow. 110 each. 983 11 St. 3. Phone 329-3413. _ 4413-27 Bernard 10 f 120 or best Oder. Phone 327-0613. _ 433B-2t Purebred Alrdale Terriers. ten weeks oU. Champion stock. Hand raited. Box 67. _ 41M-22 Eleven week old Afghan puppies. Purebred champion Pedigree. Phone _ 4363-26 Registered Mack and tan miniature Dachshund Will hold tor Christmas. Phorw New Dayton. _ 4399-27 IRISH SETTER' C.K.C. REGISTERED CHAMPIONSHIP STOCK. PHONE 403-242-3758. CAtQARY. _ 4147-22 Boarding for pen Personalized care. Reservations suggested Southalta Barnwell 223- 4130. C5459-15D DACHSHUND long h'alr registered champion Nadlne Carstalrs. Alta. 1-337- 3297. 3146-24M To give away German ShepheVd. two years gentle. Also cross female. Phone 327-9202 4434-23 CKC registered St Bernard pups Parents clear ol hip dysplasia. Have shots. Alta. 4229-30 M JUaMESSOffOnTUHITrES FOR SALE GROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY. CLOSE TO CITY. WRITE BOX HERALD. 4126-tf THRIVING IMPLEMENT MACHINERY IN LETHBRIDGE. CALL PEGGY ROELOFS FOR MORE 327-5892. EXCLUSIVE. C5574-24 HAY REALTY LTD. College Mall PHONE 328-1171 MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Combined restaurant and grocery store In prime location In Alberta. Excellent return for small in- vestment. All restaurant equipment new in past five months. Low rental contract on building available MLS C5318-tf LIGHT SIDELINE DOES Your Time Allow You To Carry a Profitable LIGHTMASTER LTD Requires several successful representatives to introduce our selection of top-quality lighting products for and municipal use throughout various territories In your province. These specialized guaranteed products are sold directly to the end user and are now being used by dozens of Canada's foremost com- panies. Our repeat business factor is over Full commissions paid weekly. No Investment necessary. Persons over 40 welcome Local manager available to assist a self-starter who is seeking an oppor- tunity in the area they now cover. full details phone E Howe. collect 327-2814 4492-24 ASTRO REALTY LTD. AND INSURANCE Commercial building and warehouse on CPR trackage. 500 gallon un- derground tank and gas pump In- two good large 100x- 130 ft lot for ample parking and loading dock for warehouse Full price only Exclusive UNIT This apartment Is in immaculate con- dition throughout Features nine two bedroom and six one bedroom units. All complete with wall to wall tubs and showers. Three utility rooms. Seven units furnished completely. Rear parking for 25 to 30 cars. Twelve plug-ins. Completely paved and land- scaped Selling below replacement cost. Exclusive Call an Astro C5281-tf OUTSTANDING RENT-A-CAR FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY Get in on the ground floor with Canada's fastest growing Rent-A- Car Holiday Rent-A-Car has more than doubled the number of stations and its rental fleet m the past 12 months It now has a chain of over 50 branches from St. John's. Newfoundland to Victoria. British Columbia. But the Company's greates period of expansion is still promising unparalleled opportunities for am- bitious business people of proven ability. Here is a chance to enjoy the in- dependence of operating your own exclusive business and to be associated with a dynamic All Canadian with a proven record of success Investment and operating capital of to depending on market size. up-to-date system of com- plete operating and promotional facilities supplied. Go with a winner Fill In and mall coupon or phone to learn more about this exciting business and what it could mean to you and your future. Franchise Director Holiday Rem-A-Car Limited 267 Dundas No. 50 Ontario NBA 1H2 PIMM ttnd your Franchise fact sheet and Franchise Application MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS A MERCHANTS TRUST 300 7th 61. S.-326-664S C6216-H MORTGAGES All typM el mortgage ftrujncing In towns acreages ntw add OM homes CellCITYREALTY ANO INSURANCE LTD. H17 3rd Aw. South. 326-3261. C77M-M Economy painting and decorating. Very very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 320-4570. 5542-rt Painters. Qualified work guaranteed. Free estimates. Phone 7169-tf Oarage cement work and Stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenton 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6662.______________C7377-H Fences repaired. built Miaeeflaneous building Concrete etc. Hauling Jim 2480A-W Fred Stelner cement basements water proofing. In- free estimates. Phone 327- 6286. C3661-H 'ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES 326-5745. C1936-tf C J Equipment Good good good service. Back hoe concrete holes drilled. Trucks for C2917-22N BOX NUMBER REPLIES 18 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE My wife. Clarlse Wlllberta Ferby. having left my bed and I will no longer be responsible for any debts Incurred by her. Signed. William Ferby N57 Department of Northern Develop- ment and Indian 206 Federal Lethbridge. Albena. Invite tenders for the Installation of bathroom facilities and plumbing for 6 various Pelgan In- dian Alberta Seal- ed tenders will be accepted up to p.m. M.S.T. December 1973. Contract documents and specifications can be obtained at. District Office 206 Federal Building Alberta N48 VILLAGE OF NOBLEFORD NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Village of Nobleford propose to pass a bylaw to close the following street for the purpose of incorporation within a replonlng scheme In accordance with Section 175 and Amendments thereto of the Municipal Government Chapter Statutes of Alberta 1972. All ol Wood Street lying north of and adjacent to Block 3. as ghown on Plan Nobleford 6558 H.A. The plan of the proposed replotting scheme affecting the proposed bylaw may be Inspected at the Village Office during normal business hours. Any person wishing to make representation regarding the propos- ed bylaw must signify their intent In writing to the Secretary-Treasurer not later than o'clock December 1973 Representation regarding the proposed bylaw will be heard at the Council Meeting of December at p.m. at the Village Council Chamber. Mrs May Paul Secretary-Treasurer Village of Nobleford N59 In Memoriams I Moores optimistic Address. City..... Prov..... Tele. No. 4326-24 Indians to talk economics Economic development on the Blood and Peigan Reserves will be reviewed during a panel discussion Nov. 28. sponsored by the Native Awareness Club at the Univer- sity of Lethbridge. Band officials from each reserve will sit on the which will also look at prospects for future development. The scheduled for noon in room E-610 of the Academic Residence is open to the public. Organ recital set Friday A program of Canadian organ compositions has been scheduled for performance Friday at a.m. in First Baptist Lethbridge. Works by Dr. Violet Archer of the University of Barrie an Ontario Sir Ernest late of the Univer- sity of Toronto and Anthony Dawson. another Toronto composer will be performed. Barry recently appointed organist and choir- master at the Baptist will be at the keyboard. Ad- mission is free and open to the general public. Similar recitals will be performed Nov. 30. Dec. 7 and 14. ICEBREAKER LAUNCHED SEATTLE The first icebreaker built in the United States in 20 years was launch- ed in Puget Sound Saturday. The 399-foot guard icebreaker Polar Star is 1 most powerful icebreaker in the free says a Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Co. adding the Polar Star can move continuously through ice I six feet thick and ram through 21 leet of ice. Cards Of Thanks DEATHS LBUSINK Passed away in Picture Butto w November 18. following a lengthy Mrs. Hendrikje Leusink at the age of SO beloved wife of Mr. Art Leusink of Iron Springs. Born and educated in Holland the late Mrs. Leusink came to Canada in and settled in Iron where she has resid- ed until her passing. Besides her loving husband she is sur- by four Herman of Hank of Iron Cert-it of John of five Mrs. D. T. H. Straathof of Winter- Misses Rita and Jeannette all at Iron seven two Mrs. H. W. Leusink of Mrs. G. Haze of five Hank Spaan of B.C. and four brothers in Holland. The funeral service was held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Iron Springs Christian Reformed with Rev. Homer Samplonius of- ficiating. Interment followed in the Iron Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were Messrs. Dick Arie Albert John George Flim and John Vanzeggelaar. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer 409 Canada Trust Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C5586 COUTTS Margaret passed away in the city on November at the age of 86 beloved wife of the late David formerly of the Brox- burn District. Mrs. Coutts was born in England on May 1887. She im- migrated to where she married David Coutts at Weir Kansas in 1909. She came to Canada in 1912 and resided at Hardieville until when she moved to the Broxburn District. She spent a few years in Lethbridge before moving back to-Brox- burn some three years ago. She was a member of the Central Church of Christ. She was a wonderful knitter and spent many hours at this pastime. Survivors include David A. of Sun- John of Bow Jim of Fort Macleod and Jesse of two Mrs. Ella Jordan of Edmonton and Mrs. Flora Makinson of 22 25 great- grandchildren and one Mrs. Sarah Reid of Lethbridge. Funeral services will be held November at p.m. in the Christensen Chapel 10th St. with Mr. James Chapman of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot in the Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of donations may be made to the Building Fund of the Central Church of at 425 llth St. S. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C5587 Passed away in the city on November following a lengthy Mrs. Eliza Mary Tennant of 801 16th St. beloved wife of the late Mr. Edward Vincent Ten- nant. Born and raised in Brid- England the late Mrs. feiwant came to Canada in to Lethbridge. She married the late E. V. Tennant in 1903 and they resid- ed in Manitoba from 1903 until returning to Lethbridge in where she has resided until her passing. She is sur- vived by three Messrs. Rex and William both pf Mark Ten- nant of five Mrs. C. Petillion of Elliot Miss Dollie Tennant of Miss Claudia Tennant of Bt- Mrs. W. V. Parslow of Mrs. R. S. Pitman of 14 14 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her hus- band in 1947 and by her Nora in 1952. Prayers were said on Tuesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL S12 3rd Avenue S. Requiem Mass .was celebrated on November at 10 a.m. in Assumption with Rev. Father C. E. Lynch celebrant. Inter- ment followed in the family plot St. Patrick's Cemetery. Those acting as Pallbearers Messrs. Jim Stan John de Jour- Urban E. S. and Ross Jestin. MARTIN BROS. were in charge of Funeral arrangements. C5M6 IN MEMORIAM loving memory of my dear woo passed away November 1971. They say that time will ease the pain And help me to forget. But time so far has only shown How much I miss you yet. I miss your your your talk The things you used to do. I miss the happy times we had But mostly I miss you. deeply missed by his wife Norma 4471 DEATHS KUBENA Passed away at Taber on November Matt of at the age of 77 years. Born at September 1896. He came to Saskatchewan to farm in moved to Taber In 1917 and has worked for the Taber Irrigation Company and Sugar Factory until retiring in136. Survivors are his wife Mary of four Sophia and Frances in the Old two Steve in Joseph in 12 grandchildren. Prayers will be said in Humphries Funeral Taber on Thursday November 22 at p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Taber on November 23 at with Monsignor J. Q. Killen celebrant. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL in charge of arrangements. C5584 RICHARDS pass- ed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on November at age 62 beloved husband of Mary Richards of Coleman. Born at England on December the late Mr. Richards came to Canada in 1930 to Saskatchewan. He had been a resident of Coleman for the past 12 years. In 1950 he married the former Mary Wallace in Cardston. At the time of his he was employed as a steam engineer for Kaiser Resources. He served in the Second World War 1941 to 1945 serving in the United Kingdom and Con- tinental Europe. He was predeceased by his parents and one brother in England. Survivors include his wife Mary of a son one Alice two brothers and one sister in England. Funeral service was held in Fantin's Coleman Chapel on November 22 at p.m. Rev. Ralph Morris of the Anglican Church of- ficiated. Cremation followed. Friends wishing may donate to the Canadian Cancer .care of Bill White In- surance Blairmore. FANTIN CHAPELS were in charge. C5583 HARKER November at Red Mrs. Rhoda Greene aged 77 beloved wife of the late Samuel B. Barker. Born in she came to Canada at the age of two years and lived in the Cardston dis- trict. After her marriage she lived at Glenwood until mov- ing to Arizona in 1954. In 1964 she moved to Calgary and resided there until moving to Red Deer in 1972. She was a talented homemaker and beloved by her family and friends. Mrs. Barker is sur- vived by four Santa California. and Red a Mrs. Wallace 25 nine great one Mrs. Rulon Glenwood and two Edwin K. and Addison A. Cardston. Services at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Alta. on Saturday at 1 Bishop Winston Bohne of- ficiating. Interment Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects in the Relief Society room of the church from 12 noon prior to the service. THE GARDEN CHAPEL FUNERAL 540 16 Ave. Calgary Directors. C5582 IN MEMORIAMS DYKES In lov- ing memory of a dear father and who passed away November 1963. Though you are gone memories linger on. remembered and sadly missed by Dale and Diane 4472 DOW In loving memory of a loving father and grand- who passed away November 1971. Loving and kind in all his ways Upright and just to the end of his days. Sincere and kind in heart and What a beautiful memory he left behind. -'Ever remembered and sadly missed by Diane and Douglas and their families. about Nfld. future CARD OF THANKS ADAMS We wish to ex- press our sincere gratitude to our many friends and relatives tor their floral cards of personal telephone and to those who donated to the Heart Fund during our sad bereave- ment in the loss of our beloved husband and father. Norma Jolene and Cheryl. 4515 Charter rules to be eased OTTAWA Deposit and advance booking re- quirements for air charter passengers travelling to Europe are likely to be eased by the Canadian transport commission next says a commission spokesman. The spokesman said Wednesday the commission probably will support a Euro- pean move to cut the Advanc- ed Booking Charter flights to 60 days from 90 days. And the commission likely would reduce deposits re- quired under the ABC rules. Under the anyone can book through a charterer 90 days in advance by paying a non-refundable 25-per-cent deposit. ST. JOHN'S. Nfld. Premier Frank- Moores sees Newfoundland's unemploy- ment prqMems ending in two or three years and the prov- ince eventually sliding into a resource-based economy with just enough heavy industry to reinforce a comfortable tax base. Mr. Moores says there is every reason in the long term tor Newfoundlanders to ex- pect plenty of a healthy environment and enough cheap power to protect the province from an energy shortage that may torment the rest of North America for decades. The 40-year-old whose Progressive Con- servative' government first took office in after an election ended a Lib- eral reign that began with the Confederation in also talked in an interview about anticipated changes in New- foundland's vital fishing in- dustry and dealings with Ot- tawa over offshore mineral rights. SEES NEW ELECTION He said it is unlikely the returned to of- fice in a elec- will wait for its five-year term to expire before seeking another mandate. An election was probable before 4Vz years of the term if for nothing else than to avoid a winter campaign. Mr. Moores said New- foundland's normal progress and not just the policies of his government had resulted in the creation of 38.000 new jobs since early compared to 40.000 in all of the previous 22 years. this graph and there's no reason why it we'll be importing labor in two or three Between and jobs remain partly be- cause of the difficulty of bringing workers and employ- ment opportunities together. if man owns his own home some- where on the northeast coast and he has a chance of a job at an hour on the Burin Penin- sula on the south the tirst thing he'll have to do if he moves is to take out a 25-year mortgage on a new Many were unwilling to drop the traditional New- foundland security of owning outright their own homes in exchange for paying a large amount of new earnings for a mortgage I don't blame While new jobs were being created the labor force was 181.000 in Sep- tember from 167.000 a year earlier. Unemployment now is running at about 8.8 per cent compared to 9.6 per cent in 1972. Mr Moores said some big as two mas- sive oil refineries at Come by Chance 100 miles west of St. needed to pro- vide to the prov- ince's economic base. But a policy of developing Newfoundland's natural re- sources of forests and minerals was unchanged. The Moores administration has been accused of an about- -lace in continuing to deal with industrialist John M. Shaheen of New promoter of the Come by Chance oil refi- neries. Under a deal worked out between Mr. Shaheen and the previous Liberal government of Joseph R. the province guaranteed mil- lion and Crown corporations were responsible for mil- lion of the cost of a 100.000-barrel-a-day re- finery. The Moores government has since concluded another deal with Mr. Shaheen with the in- dustrialist taking full finan- cial responsibility for the original refinery in return for provincial guarantees of 5 million towards the mil- lion cost of a day refinery. Mr. Moores admits his par- ty made a lot of political hay in attacking Liberal dealings with Mr. Shaheen.-Bur upon taking office the PCs found that since refinery con- struction had started and agreements had been signed they had to begin .imme- diately dealing with Mr. Sha- heen. has negotiated in good Mr. Moores said of the industrialist government would look bad if it kicked out a com- pany that has kept to its which Shaheen has But the government would not allow insular New-. foundland and Labrador to become polluted by a prolife- ration of heavy industry. in five years we'll have to take stringent meas- ures to almost discourage heavy industries from locat- ing He said many industries are likely to want to establish in Newfoundland when power from the Lower Churchill River in Labrador becomes available on the island. Some would be needed to make the Lower Churchill project fea- especially in view of the cost of transmitting power to the island from Labrador by undersea cable across the Strait of Belle a distance of between 10 and 15 miles. None of the power from the Lower which has a potential of three million would be sold outside the province. Mr. Moores has said in the past the Smallwood administration made a serious error in agree- 'ing to sell virtually all electricity from the lion Churchill Falls project to Bydro-Quebec. Cost of the Lower Churchill project has not been estab- lished. are developing the Lower Churchill to bring power here people in New- foundland will have cheap unlimited in 20 years or 50 years when in the United States they'll be rationed or paying for expen- sive solar A trigger industry for Lower Churchill power could be a third newsprint pos- sibly built on Newfoundland's perhaps at Come by Chance. The island now has two pa- per Bowaters New- foundland at Corner Brook and Price Ltd. at Grand Falls. The government hoped to make the fishery more ef- ficient by changing traditional including eventual abandonment of the kind of inshore fishing by one or two men in an open boat. TheJLcthhridcje Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS During his trip to the Soviet Union. Mitchell Sharp Is expected to meet with this official. Who liheT HOW DO YOU tl IN points TOP SCOfttl M taeellent 71 Ml 70 potnts M or T tfmml FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What do you think about the use of horsemeat for human YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 The federal government the Idea of extending the interprovin- cial oil pipeline to Montreal. 2 Ronald a Canadian who spent 10 years In a Cuban. jail for arms was released recently. 3 IB the only province that has a year-around ban on studded tires. a-Manltoba b-Qntario c-New Brunswick 4 In order to conserve Sunday pleasure driving has been banned In a-France b-the Netherlands c-the United States 5 Military representatives of Egypt and Israel signed a six-point cease-fire agreement that was drawn up by U.S. Secretary of State. PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS 'Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....watt 2.. ....gram a-unlt of distance b-unlt of time 3.....light-year c-unlt of volume 4.....second d-unlt of power 5 liter e-unlt of mass and weight PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Ron Lancaster it-Health Minister 2.....Grace Madnnls 3.....Marc Laloode 4.....Peter Bawden '5.....Jean-Eudes Dube 1119-73 b-New Democratic Par- ty MP from British Columbia o-Publie Works Minister Saskatch- ewan Rougbrtdera Conser- vatlveMPfrom Alberta Inc. STUDENTS Save This Practice Valuable Reference Material for Exams. ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE ;