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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 _ TK6 IttHBRlDC! HERAID Thursday, November 56, 1971 69A WINTER ACCOMMODATION nlshed occommodallon. pool, downtown Win or without indoor heated near parks. 0) f season 635 :3ios: Mr. P. G. Harffiail, Mgr 655 Douglas St., VIctoHa, 70 GARDENING WELL ROTTED MANURE AND TOP loll. Phono 328-3283. TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE Phone 327-7398 or 327-24I8. 2MH-H ___ I Y INSURED TREE SUR- GEON -CUTTING. 1RIMMMC, ETC FALL CLEAN-UP. ALL KINDS OF Ionic hauled mvay. Tree trimming and odd lobs. Phone 327-2441. CKS-lf 72 PETS AND SUPPIIES PART SIAMESE KITTENS TO BE jlven Phoiw 327-5656. 383-28 HAPPINESS IS A LITTLE PUPPY Pert Chihuahua. 32B-5K3, 187-34 FOUR PEKINESE PUPS FOR SALE. each. Phone FOR SALE ColiiB pups, 1458, utter PART HUSKY PART w-ks old. -Phone W- 1M1 CHRISTMAS PUPPIES REGISTER- ed Dachshund (blocK and asp tin adults (blscK and 550. Will hold until 33rd wild deposit. Phone 3J7-339S, alter 5 p.m. 328-S340 or H7- 3S50. 72A FUR BEARING AN1MAIS RABBITS FOR SALE EACH. Phone 7S6-3.aH, SHrllnB. 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS AND ROASTING CHICKENS ready 37 cents per to. on doien iel Free dollvery. Custom killing. Hell. SU Oyck. Colld.1.. Phone MHMI. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BEAUTY SALON, PRICED FOR qylck sale. Write Box 30, CONFECTIONERY CENTRAi-. rsHon _ Low overhead Money party ne ker for right party Must sell immediately. Phone C1300-8 WANTED TO PURCHASE-ACCOUNT- ING PRACTICE. Please stipulate number of dienlelo and dollar value of business. nil particulars and reply to Box 88, Herald. 28.H8 CARN PROFITS FAR IN EXCESS OF PRESENT WAGES Unlimited opportunity lor mechanic or oartnershlp. Well equipped two bay Service station. Excellent location, on busiest thoroughfare In Lethbridge with Ideal proximity lo restaurants, hotels and rapidly expanding residen- tial area. A ready-made business to Inlo. Price dependent on stock and equipment required. WRITE BOX W, HERALD. C13I8-2I Wayne Anderson Agencies IOC Professional Bldg. Phona 327-6244 Confectionery ond Grocery 13th St. N. Building- stock and equipment. Full prica Terms. Exclusive 34 lullt motel at Waferton Lakl. Ex- clusive. Excellent grocery start with living quarters, at Waterton Lake. RanchM Evenings Phona Gordon Ferna Anderson 327-7354 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD, (Established 1927) PHONE 328-3331 S tons busy Illtlt groetry store wllh good proHt, In downtown Lethbridge. A fadles' wear shop Handling qual- ify lines of clothing, sports wear, etc. Locates In downtown For further Information on either of these two properties call Blrdls Scrimltt xa-ltn. M.L.5. VALUABLE AND THRIVING BUSINESS SPARKY'S DAIRY BAR TABER, ALBERTA Ws era pleased to have been given opportunity to ssll this well-known and well established dairy bar and hamburger drive-In. Has a large gross turnover operating on a nine month basis. For further Information contactl L. S. Handley Box IDS, CMIdall. OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE LTD. APARTMENTS TERRIFIC INVESTMENTS NEW AND USED HIGH FIRST MORTGAGES SECONDARY FINANCING AVAILABLE TRADES CONSIDERED ON SOME Two suites SJ.7CO D P. SU.KO P.P. Faur suites SM.700 D-P. P.P. Five suites S1S.WO P.P. P.P. IS sulfes S57.0CO D.P, P.P. 1? suites OP. P.P. V, suites 5S2.SOO D.P. S33i.MO P.P. 3i suires O.P. P.P. 64 suites SI20.CW D.P. S767.600 P.P. EXCELLENT TAX SHELTER FOR FULL PARTICULARS CALL WAUER BORN 282-7185 SIMcKEE........255-4144 FERGUSON DUNSMUIR REALTY LTD. 263-0650 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES HEWtY DECORATED AND EQUIP- ped restaurant; specialty store on main floor; oparttneni on second floor. Owner selling entire building, ioealed on chosen corner In Nortr Lefhbrldge. balance by mort naga or agreement for sale to up' pfoved purchaser. CsM at 544 St. N. or ptiono 328-4395, fa details. v 74 IOANS INVESTMENTS sldi SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331 widest facility available, we cen- ter ALL TYPES of: mortgago loans. CI370-3B AT NIAGARA, WE CAN Fulfill almost any financial requli ment. You obtalrj up to 85Ta of t h e value of your home on 8 mortgage loan through exper? appraisal or you can obtain a BUI Consolidation Loan. L'sa Ihe money to re-'lnimcc, pay bills, expand, buy. Group Life Insurance avallabH. Call Niagara for Instant "'THE' NIAGARA COMPANIES Suite 2, 424 7th St. S. 3I7-85J5 75 CONTRACTS BOSGE RAVEN I32> ylh ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rurpus rcoms, re- modelling and repairs. Phone GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing, Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1010 7th Ave. S. Phon. 327.4482. C7377-tf FRED STE1NER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- ed, free estimates. Pnoftt 3- CUSTOM FRAMING TO ALL TYPES OF BUILDINGS. RENOVATIONS, AND RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL (572 OR 327-3284. WI4-H PUBLIC NOTICE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS CONTRACT NO. 167-70 Construction of a Four Classroom Kindergarten complete Site De- velopment at Blood Indian Reserve No. 348, Standoff, DIs- frlci Alberta. Sealed Tenders, marked as to con- tent addressed to Contracts Admini- strator, Room 554, 400 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa 4, Ontario, will be re- ceived up to: p.m. {E.S.T.) ember 17, 1970. All tenders must be fore a complete as Indicated In Iha tender documents. Tender documents can be: Obtained on deposit of S100.CO In thi srrn of a CERTIFIED- CHEQUE pay ..Me to THE RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA, from: (1) Contract Administrator, Room 5S4 Technical Services Branch, De- partment of Indian .Affairs and North- err. Development, 4QQ Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa 4 Ontario. (2) Regional Engineer, Ondtan-EsVI- ms Department of Indian Af- fairs and Northern Davstopmenf, 27th Floor, C.N. Towers Bonding, Edmon- 3} District Supervisor- District, Room 206 Federa! Building, Lethbridge, Alberta. Examined at the Construction Asso- ciation Offices at Edmonicn, Calgary, Lethbridge, Red Deer, and Medians Hat, Alberta. Lowest or any tender not necessnrny accepted. J, Bowan, P. En0., Technical Services BrflflCn. N57 Pattern 7441 It's great to kick off your shoes and slip into bright boots for cozy relaxation. His and Her slippers Jiffy- knit in one flat piece on 2 needles. Use 2 strands of worst- ed. Pattern 7441: Men's, wom- en's S, M, li FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to THE LETHBHIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario. U.S. flights Alberta WH1TKMAN A1B FORCE BASE, Mo. (AP) The Stra- tegic A i r Command of the United States Air Force and the North American Air De- fence dVOKAD) are planning a joint training exercise Dec. 1-2 that includes flying over W states and portions of central Canncla. Aircraft will fly over Alber- ta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario and Quebec. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS TAYI.OR Passed away In the city on Monday, November following a lengthy ill- ness, John Wesley, at the age of 78 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Delight (Cootis) Taylor formerly of Brentwood House, 1225 5th Ave. South. The funer- al service will be held at p.m. on Friday, November 27, 1970, in "Martin Bros. SB 3rd Ave. South, with Capt. I. Keith Savers officiating. In- terment will follow in the Vet- erans plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends ffiay pay their last respects at Martin Bros. Chapel. Phone 328-2361. Courtesy parking at rear of chapel. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C1324 JAYNES George A., pass- ed away in the city on Tues- day, November 24, 1970, at the age of 82 years, beloved broth- er of Mrs. Iva Smith of Chi- cago. Mr. Jaynes was born in Newcastle, Ontario, and came to Alberta around the turn of the century. After a time he took employment with the CPR and at the time of his retire- ment was a conductor on the Lethbridge Medicine flat run. He continued to live in Leth- bridge after his retirement and for the last five years bad been in ill health. The only member of the family left 'is Us sister, Mrs. Iva Smith of Chicago who is here for the funeral. Funer- al services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Satur- day, November 28, 1970, at 2 p.m., with Rev. R. E. EsWate officiating and Mr. Hugh Peck conducting. Interment will fol- low in the Archmount Mem- orial Gardens. Christensen Salman Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C132S ANDERSON Passed away in Fort Macleod, Wednesday, November 25, 1970, Margaret Olive Anderson, aged 83 years, of Fort Macleod. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, she came to Stirling with her family in 1902 and in 190J she married Ed- ward Anderson, fa Eaymond. They farmed in the Wrentham area from 1918-1926 when they moved to Picture Butte, farm- ing there until retiring to Fort Macleod in 1948. Mr. Anderson predeceased her In 19J9. She is survived by seven sons, George and Joseph of Fort Macleod, William of Vulcan, MacDonald and Glenn of Lethbridge, Ed- ward of Picture Butte and BayBe of Calgary; one daugh- ter, Mrs. C. (Doris) Jensen of Sbaughnessy; 22 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren; five Bothers and two sisters. The funeral service will be held in he Fort Macleod IDS Chanel, Saturday at 1 p.m., Bishop E. Derricott officiating. Interment in Stirling cemetery. Friends may pay their respects to the family in the Relief Society Room prior to the service. Fu- neral Arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Mac- leod. C1323 Lambert Renan, passed away suddenly in the city on Tuesday, November 24, 1970 at the age of 63 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Beatrice Pack, of 1006 32 St. S. Mr. Pack was born in Raymond and re- ceived his elementary and high schooling there. He attended the Technical School in Cal- gary for Steam and Electrical Engineering for four years. Af- ter completion he worked for the Calgary Power Company for a few years and then took employment with the Candian Sugar Company. He had con- tinued to work for them until the day of his passing. He was a member of the Elks Lodge, was an ardent golfer as well as curler. He was a GUlwellian Scoiiter and worked for many years In the scout movement, was a past president of the Lions Club, and was a mem- ber of the Raymond Iowa coun- cil for many years. Left to mourn his passing, besides his loving wife, Beatrice are one son, Kelvin of Calgary and two daughters, Mrs. Jack (Glenda) Radisic of Vulcan and Mrs. Frank (Mary) Bogusky of Cal- gary; nine grandchildren; one brother, Mirza of Baymond; three sisters, Mrs. Brownie (Lenoir) Rolfson of Tatar, Mrs. Tcct (Hernia) Hodson of Van- couver and Mrs. Elaine Meeks of Raymond. He was prede- ceased by one son in 1934. Fu- neral services will be held in the Christensen'Chapel on Fri- day, November 27, 1970, at 2 p.m., with Bishop James D. Bridge officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. The Elks Lodge will hold a grave side service, Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1327 DEATHS N1S1HYAMA Ichiji, passed away in Picture Butte on Wed- nesday, November 23, 1970, at the age of 73 years, beloved father of Norreen Nishiyama, of Picture Butte. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., are in Charge of Arrange- ments. C1326 Novem- ber 23, 1970, Mr. Mataji Joseph Fukuda, aged 87 years, of 2712 12 Ave. S.E., Calgary. Services at the Anglican Church of the Ascension, Coaldale, Alia, on Friday at p.m., Rev. Canon G. G. Nakayama of- ficiating. Interment Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge, Alta. The Garden Chapel (Fos- ter Funeral Home) 540 16 Ave. N.W., Calgary, Directors. C1323 MOORE? Passed away on Wednesday, November 23, 1970, Ernest C. Moorey, aged 83 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Frances Moorey of Fort Mac- leod. Bom in Seven Oaks, Lon- don, England, he came to the Ewelme district south Macleod with his family in 1902. He mar- ried Frances Feargue in Christ Church, Fort Macleod in 1911. They farmed in the Ewelme district until retiring to Fort Macleod in 1960. Besides his wife Is is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Elmer (Dor- orthy) Driver of Fort Macleod; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; one broth- er, Sydney of HiUcrest, Alberta. Predeceased by one daughter, Ruth in 1927. Funeral service will be held in Christ Church (Anglican) on Saturday at 3 p.m., Hev. R. Hunt officiating, assisted by Rev. E. R. Doyle. Interment, in Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of Fort Pharmacy. Funeral Arrangements by Eden's Fu- neral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. C1323 IIANDEREK Paul, passed away suddenly to the city on Wednesday, November at the age of 80 years, beloved husband of the late Bathina Handerek, of Lethbridge. Mr. Handerek was born in Poland1 in 1890 and came to Canada in 1910 to Bankhead, Alberta, where he worked in the mine. Later he worked1 on Construc- tion of the Banff Springs Hotel and the Lake Louise Hotel as an electricians helper; came to Lethbridge In 1913 and worked in the No. Three, No. Six and No. Eight coal mines and then worked for the City of Leth- bridge In the Parks Depart- ment for many years and then the sewage disposal plant until his retirement in 1957. He was active until his sudden passing. He was president of the Slovak Benefit Society for many years. Left to mourn Ms passing are two sons, Leo of Medicine Hat and Steve of Lethbridge; three daughters, Mary Deak of Leth- bridge, Anne Kieth of Leth- bridge and Pauline Storey of Saskatoon, Sask.; 12 grandchil- dren and one great-grand- daughter. He was predeceased by his wife in 1959 and Step- hanie in 1965. Funeral services will be held in the St. Basils Church on Saturday, November at 10 a.m., with Father Gaston Marien as celebrant. In- terment will follow in the fam- ily plot in the St. Patrick Cem- etery. Prayers will be said in the St. Basils Church on Fri- day evening at p.m. and those who wish may pay their respects at the Christensen Chapel after the prayers. Chris- tensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C1328 CARDS OF THANKS MEHALKO I wish to thank the doctors and the Municipal Hospital staff for their kind care during my stay in the hospital. Also thanks to relatives and friends for their visits, cards and flowers. Julia Mehalko 232 CASEY I wish tlo express my thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hos- pital; also for the many cards, flowers and gifts. Fern Casey. 235 ilORTON I wish to express my sincere thanks to my friends and relatives for visits, cards and gifts during my stay in hos- pital. Special thanks to doctors, nurses and siaff of the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital. Horton. 278 FUNERALS BUIHUS Requiem mass for Mrs, Katharine Lauretta Burris, beloved wife of the late Henry Joseph Burris who died at Lethbridge Sunday after a long illness at the age of 81) years, was said at Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1970, in St Patrick's' Roman Catholic Church with Rev. M. H. Gillis the celebrant. Pallbearers were Percy Smith, Lou and Ray Ellert, Simon Berger, Pat Tompkins and DP! O'Brian In terment was in the Mount Cal- vary Cemetery. Salmon Funeral Home Id., Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements, AU.EN A graveside ser- vice for Shaun David Allen, beloved Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Allen of 429 18th St. N. who died in city Saturday, Nov. 21, WO, was held at a.m. 'Wednesday, Nov. at Mountain View Cemetery with Rev. R. E. Esk- dale officiating. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. Posties protest firing LONDON (CP) The British postal system was thrown into a measure of chaos today as workers in sorting offices and elsewhere staged stoppages in protest against the Conservative government's dismissal of Lord Hall from the chairmanship of the service. The resulting tie-ups in mail deliveries are a foretaste of what the public will face Dec. 8, when employees in a wide range of public services go on a one-day strike in protest against the legislative reform of labor relations planned by Prime Min ister Heath's administration. Union leaders hi the post off- Ice have threatened Mlscate national strike against the mail system unless Christopher Cha- taway, minister of posts and te- lecommunications, can reassure them about the far not officially Hall's dismissal. Some men went on token strikes Wednesday follow- ing the announcement of Hall'i departure. More such stoppages were under way today, with the bless- ing of union leaders who fear the government plans to turn over a number of post office services, including a nationwide banking system, to private en- terprise. Peacekeeping troops stay in Cyprus OTTAWA (CP) External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp told the Commons that Cana- dian peacekeeping troops will remain in Cyprus another six months. The troops were due to leave the Mediterranean Island Dec. 15. Mr. Sharp told Hoch Lasalle (PC-Joliette) that the govern- ment has decided again to ex- tend the time for the troops on Cyprus. Students happy about parity proposal EDMONTON (CP) The University of Alberta Students' Union yesterday welcomed a recommendation for equal rep- resentation of staff and stu- dents on the university's gen- eral faculties council. The parity of students and staff on the council will help the university get its priorities straight, Tim Christian, stu- dent union president, said fa an interview. The current composition of the council is 48 staff repre- sentatives, three students, 24 administrators and three spe- cial appointees. A special sub-committee of the council recommended the student voting power be raised to 48. If the idea is adopted, Mr. Christian said students will iiave some control over topics of curricula, teaching methods and the hiring of professors. Deqfhs Yesferelay By THE CANADIAN PRESS Montreal Eloi do Grand- mont, 50, French-Canadian poet and dramatist, of a cerebral hemorrhage. Vancouver Hugh MJonthm, 66, noted MtAtrallst painter. SEWER DWEUERS Police watch as a woman and tier son ore brought out of a sewsr under a main street in Jakarta, Indonesia. About 50 persons have been living in ths sewer which hod become a haysn for prostitutes and criminals. During this raid, police hauled out 10 Labor minister helps to eject bottle-throiver TORONTO (CP) Federal Labor Minister Bryce Macka- sey ran down from the plat- form to help eject a bottle- thrower from the audience at a public forum Wednesday on the right to strike. The bottle, filled vrtth red paint, glanced off the minis- ter's foot but did not break. "Get out or I'll put you Mr. Mackasey shouted. "Grow up, punk." AND snb para 4 Inctnrllng Insert After the youth was es- corted from the hail, Mr. Mackasey returned to the platform and said, "What do I do now for an After the youth who threw the bottle was dragged out, Mr. Mackasey returned to the platform and said, "What do I do now for an Mr. Mackasey was one of four panel members. The oth- ers were lawyer Robert Per- kins; George Gathercole, chairman of Ontario Hydro, and Thomas Edwards, eo-or- dinator for hospital bargain- ing of the Canadian Union of Public Employees. The minister reaffirmed his support for the right to strike and his general endorsement of the principle that unions should have the right either to strike or to veto manage- ment-inspired changes during the life of an agreement that adversely affect the working conditions of employees. His aggressive criticism of the link between labor and the New Democratic 'Party brought hostile reaction from the audience and one youth, waving a little red book, shouted, "You'll, meet the same end as Mussolini and other fascists and Laporte." Alfalfa plant being built SMOKY LAKE (CP) A alfalfa pelleting plant is being built in this central Al- berta town to take advantage of the strong market for the legume in Japan. The plant, 60 miles northwest of Edmonton, is expected to e m p 1 o y 25 to 30 persons, George Kozub, plant president, said yesterday. Establishment of the plant should be "very, very good" for alfalfa growers, Mr. Kozub said in an interview, adding [hat the plant will boost both the farm and town economies. Mr. Kozub said the plant had received from federal development funds and an equal amount from Smoky Lake residents. Alfalfa pellets are used In livestock meal to add needed protein and vitamins. Albertans serve pensioners in national executive posts FORT MACLEOD Alberta and particularly Fort Macleod are honored to have people serve on the execu- tive of the National Pensioners and Senior Citizens Federation, At the annual meet in Moncton, N.B. this spring the following slate of officers were elected: John, L e r e 11 e, Toronto, Ont, president; William Buchanan, Winnipeg, Man. first vice-presi- dent; John Gayner, Moncton, N.B. second vice president; Mrs. Marion Goddard, Fort Macleod, Alta. secretary and A. A. Neddow, Fort Macleod, Alta. treasurer. Formerly known as the Old Age Pensioners Association, the name has been changed and the scope of it's endeavors increas- ed. It was felt that one strong voice would do more for the Senior cifeens than each.local group fighting their own cause. In 1945 the Western Federa- tion was formed in Saskatoon. By May it was incorpor- ated as a National Organiza- tion. The main objective of the Federal body is to have unity across the country. The local groups unite with the Provin- cial groups and in turn join to form the Federal organization. The Federation is a democra- tic, non partisan, non sectar- ian, and non racial organiza- tion which functions according to it's constitution and by-laws, without in any way interfering with the set-up or operation of member groups. Membership in the Federation is open to Provincial, area or zone council organizations. Membership Is open also to guilds, associations, clubs and associate members. Therevenue of the Feder- ation is derived from donations, only voluntary contributions of member groups and dues from associate members will be ac- cepted os the basis of per year. The members hold an annual meeting and representatives come from the nine (Prince Ed- ward Island excepted) partici- pating provinces which repre- sent some members. They study the problems and needs of Hie senior citizens across Canada and review the policies of the organization. Res- olution of a national nature from the various Provinces are presented to the National Con- vention, rev i e w e d, discussed and endorsed or dismissed. The resolutions endorsed are pre- pared in the form of a brief and mailed each fall to all Members of Parliament, Sena- tors, Prime Minister of Canada and the National health and welfare department for their consideration. Personal presen- tation of lie brief usually fpl- tows the mailing of the brief when various members of the executive meet with the Minis- ter of Health and Welfare and other department heads to cuss in detail each resolution. The brief is to be mailed about Nov. 15, 1970 and will in- clude requests for an increase in old age Pensions to per month; Old age pensioners totally exempt from Federal In- come Tax; Federal Govern- ment apply the full cost of liv- ing to the Old Age Security and the O.A.S. be increased imme- diately each time the cost of living index advances 2 per cent; to rake income tax ex- emptions to for single per- sons and for married cou- ples; to tower the heavy bur- den of education taxes. They further request that more housing and homes for senior citizens be provided and that design and location be ser- iously considered (e.g. not to build near cemetery or d u m p grounds) and rents be kept reasonable. The inclusion of extras to Medicare is a further request. Included should be a para-med- ical services such as chiroprac- tors, podiatrists, optometrists, naturopaths, physiotherap i g t and osteopaths. Also further cost of drugs should be lowered and hearing aidi and eyeglasses be included in medicare. Should this brief be accepted the changes would apply to all pensioners in the country; now the Prov i n c i a 1 supplements vary, so that the standards vary from province to province. Magistrate challenge rejected CALGARY (CP) Magis- trates appointed by the pro- vincial government have juris- diction to hear charges laid under the National Parks Act, the Alberta Court of Appeal ruled here. The court turned back a chal- lenge to the authority of Magis- trate G. W. Graves of Banif, which was raised last spring by two men charged under the act with failing to register before mountain climbing. Their counsel argued in Al- berta Supreme Court and in court's appellate division that only federally appointed magis- trates can hear cases under the Federal Parks Act. The Banff magistrate is ap- pointed by the province and the courts ruled his jurisdiction ex- tends to national parki within the pravino, ;