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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ?0 Pol Calls Doc Revoluti enslaved society by a free society." "The FLQ wants the total independence of Quebecers, reunited in a free society forever purged of its clique of voracious sharks, the patronizing on bosses and then- lackeys who make Quebec their protected domain of cheap labor and unscrupulous the manifesto. The manifesto has been referred to repeatedly in statements issued by the FLQ Mr. Cross was abducted from his Montreal home by four armed men Monday. Among ransom conditions set for the release of Mr. Cross, the FLQ demanded that its political manifesto be published and broadcast in full throughout Quebec. French-languags radio station CKAC broadcast the manifesto Wednesday night. In Ottawa, External Minister Sharp told an Ottawa press conference that the government was prepared to arrange for the broadcasting ci the manifesto over radio and television facilities of Radio Canada. ATTACKS EVERYTHING The manifesto in French attacks practically every existing institution in the church, the govern- ment, politicians, the judicial -system, financiers, businessmen, large companies and their English-language owners, and educational institutions. Much of the manifesto would be meaningless to outsiders and even to some Quebecers because it refers cryptically to labor disputes which attracted little attention inside or outside the province, to local disputes over language or politics and to pel-sons identified only by their family names. The document was published under -the letterhead of the Front de Liberation du Quebec with the heading: Manifesto. The first page bears the group's familiar drawing of a colonial' days patriot carrying a rifle. "The Front de Liberation du Quebec is neither the Messiah, nor a modern-day Robin says the manifesto. "It is a group of Quebec workers who have decided to set everything in motion so that tlie people of Quebec may definitely take then- destiny into their own hands." The FLQ describes Itself not as a movement of aggression, but "the answer to an aggression, the one organized by high finance through the intervention of federal and" provincial government puppets." WELL ROTTED MANURE AND GOO ftp soli for sale. 316-3239. DRIVES AND WALKS. RE modelling, rooms. Ption 3i5-4Ui. Births, Deal I Cards Oj V In Met DEATHS FHECKA Passed away in Picture Butte on Wednesday October 7, 1970 following a brief illness, John, at the age of 75 years of Shaughnessy, Al berta. Born in Czechoslovakia the late Mr. Frecka came to Winnipeg in 1929 and the fol lowing year to the Lethbridge district. He spent most of his life in UK mining industry un til retiring in I960. Survivors include one son, John, of Leth bridge, two granddaughters and grandsons. The funera service 'will be held on Friday at 2 p.m. in "Mai-tin Bros Chapel" 812 3 Avenue South with Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi dating. Interment Will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C572 ANDERSON Passed away at Calgary on Tuesday, October 6, 970, Arthur J. (Archie) of Lethbridge and formerly ol Purple Springs, at the age of 68 years. Born at Piepoint, South Dakota, May 17, 1902. He came ;o southern Alberta with his parents in 1910, married the former Margaret Barton at Taber October 1, 1939. Moved to Purple Springs in 1943 and was employed with the U.G.G. Grain elevator until retiring to Lethbridge in 1965. Mr. Anderson was well known in southern Alberta for Us work with the various orchestras, primarily the Original Tempo Kings ol Taber. Predeceased by his wife Margaret in 1968, survivors are one son, Donald of Calgary; two daughters, Mrs. Richard (Sandra) Thiem, Calgary, Mrs. Edward (Merilyn) Richards, Coaldale; four grandchildren. Funeral service will be conducted from the Taber IDS Stake Centre .011 Friday, October 9 at 2 p.m., with Bishop Ron Watmough officiating. In-Hrment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. Friends may meet the family in the Relief Society Room of the church rom p.m., Friday. jhries Funeral Home Ltd. Taber, in charge of arrangements. hs, Funerals, f V f Thanks, I noriams DEATHS CLAY Passed away suddenly in the city on Tuesday, October 6, 1970, Hazel, at the age of 75 years, beloved wife of Mr. Thomas Clay of the city. The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday at "Memorial Chapel" 703 13 Street North, with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. Funeral ser vice for James W. McGilvraj of Saskatoon, former Leth bridge resident and a formei president of the Kinsmen clul here who died at Saskatoor Wednesday evening, Sept. 30 was held recently at Saskatoon with interment following hi Woodlawn Cemetery. Mr. Me Gilvray resided at Lethbridge from 1933 until moving to Prince Albert in 1938. For the past number of years he conducted liis own business at Sas katooii under the name of Me Gilvray Accounting Office. He was always active in commun ity organizations. He was predeceased by his wife Rita it December, 1969. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. T. A. Gold smith, Tigord, Ore.; four grand children; four brothers, David Flin Flon, Man., Ronald, Win nipeg, John, Neepawa, Man., and William, Calgary. The Sas katoon Funeral Home was in charge of the TREES TRIMMED. ODD JOBS DONE 317-7398 or K7-54M. JTEINSR CEMENT WORK old baMmtRti proofing. In lurid, frn otlmilM. Phont m-nu JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP Phone M7-739I or 31M43I. FALL CLHAN-UP. ALL KINDS 0 lunk hauled away. Tree trimming am odd lobs. Phona 327-2641. SCREEN AND STORU WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTI MATES. JONES ROOFING. 3265M5 fOR FULLY INSURED TREE 5UR GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 35MOH manifesto issued by the terrorist Front de Liberation du Quebec following the kidnapping of British diplomat James Cross calls for a revolution of al Quebec workers to "replace RAVEN 9th St. N Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. 327-3219 MAKES YOUR GARDEN READY TO yprlng. Use machine-ground manur In handy 75 Ib, plastic baq. S1.50 each Free delivery. Phone 327-9530. BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson ant Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave S. Phone 327.SM5. 71 POULTRY AND CONTRACTS CARPEN try, cement work, renovations to Magrath and district. Contact CRAIG BENNETT ENTERPRISES, Box 8J Magrath. 7SJ-3I47. For Sumn By PAUL ANDERSEN Herald .News Service CLARESHOLM The Town of Claresholm plans to submil a bid to have the next year's Southern Alberta Summei Games held here. Mayor Ernie Patterson saic council will support a decisior by the recreation board anc other interested citizens. Recreation board chairman Ken Dahl said: "It will have to be a total community involvement if we are to make it a success." Fred Lipsky, Pin cher Creek recreation director addressed a gathering of interested citizens recently. He told of the experience his town had in hosting the first summer games when participated. Total revenue from ths games was resulting in a surplus after' expenses of ?553. The town would have to stand good for any loss if a deficit occurred. Next year it was estimated would be participating. It has been suggested that some of the events, such as equestrian and trap and target shooting, could be held at Bids ler Games Miss Audrey Gale, Claresholm and district recreation director, is working on a brief to preseni to the selection committee Oct. ICO HONEGSER LAYINS PULLETS C. Wlskerke. Phone 327-9123. HEAVY ROASTING CHICKENS. PAN ready, five-Six Ibs. per Ib. Als fryers. Free delivery. Custom killing Hellmuth Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345 3224. DRYWALL CO. LTD Residential commercial. Taxture ceilings, Gyproc vinyl board. Com plete drywall and steel studs. FJhon 358-4542 anytime. 71 PUTS AND BACKHOE AND TRUCK Can dig driveways, trees, basemen load and haul gravci and top sol Phone 327-1413, beforft S p.m. 327 3347, Otter i p.m. elVE AWAY THREE MONTH OLD puppy. Phoni 327-0004, after 5 rj IRISH RED SETTER PUPS, TEN weeks old. From good hunting stock seglstered sire. K. Schaub, B.C. Phone (04-223-8273. FRAMING DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, C E M E N T FLOORS, RENOVATIONS, RUMPU ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 328 8572 OR 327-3284. Tuesday, October 6, 1970, Sister Euphemia, of The Sisters, Faithful .Companions of Jesus. She leaves to mourn her loss besMes the other Sisters of her Religious Order; four sisters, 'Mother Margaret Mary, F.C.J. Mrs. C. B. (Gertrude) Hill, Edmonton, Mrs. G. A. (Ettie) De Grace, Midnapore, and Mrs. R. F. (Mon-a Sinclair, Calgary; one brother, Portland, Oregon and many nieces and nephews. Mass and prayers will be offered at Sacred Heart Convent this evening at p.m. Requiem Mass and funeral services will be held Friday, October 9, at a.m. at St. Mary's Cathedral. Interment Mary's Cemetery. Control May Hit Economy EDMONTON (CP) Pollution control is necessary but i may have ill effects on the economy, B. F. Macdonald president of the Canadian Chemical Producers' Association, said here. Many firms unable to afforc pollution control equipmenl may be forced out of business, he told a chemical industry seminar on the public relations aspects of pollution. "Then the five or six-per-cent unemployment rate which people think is high could be pushed up to per cent." Mr. Macdouald, a retired Canadian armed forces major-general now living in Ottawa, said efforts to control pollution will lower individual monetary standards of living. However, it is unreasonable to .expect North Americans to continue using up vast amounts of the world's limited natura resources while other countries have so little, he FOR SALE PUREBRED, REGIST ared American cocker spaniel. Fo mori Information phone 32G-6176, any time after 5 p.m. Advice: Stop Jogging, Start Running VERNON, B.C. (CP) Stop that jogging and start running. That's the advice of a British Columbia doctor, Raymond Duncan, who spoke on a fitness panel at Ihe 70th 'annual meeting of the B.C. Medical Association Wednesday. Dr. Duncan said a healthy heart requires exercise to the point where the pulse rate increases to 100 beats a minute. "The only exercise that will do this is he said, "I'm against the current jogger, sweatsuit symbol." Dr. Stewart Madill of North Vancouver, another panelist, added a note of caution, how. over. If you are under 30, he said, you should have a medical checkup no more than a year before taking on a lot of activity. If you are 30 to 39, a checkup no more than three months previously, and over 39 a checkup immediately PUREBRED BLACK AND TAN MIN Inture Dachshund puppies. Phone 733 3147. REGISTERED POINTER (GERMAN female. Excellent hunter Owner hospitalized. Must sell. OF ADVANCE POLL An advance poll for the 1970 slec Ion (or councillors for the Town o PIncher Creek will be held on Satur day, October 10th, 1970 between the lours of 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. In the fflsement of Ihe town hall. MARGARET LUNN Returning Officer, SMALL WHITE MAIS PUPPY ?OR SALE. PHONE 327-1395. 171713THAVE. N. WANTED TO FILL AN spot In family caused by loss "f an old pet of 13 years: A large dog, or full grown preferably in a hunting strain (no papers) would share a home with two adults and two young children who have much love Jo give. Telephone 328-3249. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the matter of the Estate of JOHN COST IS KO, late of Coleman, In the Province of Alberta, retired, deceased who dled'on the Uth day of September A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav ng claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the underslgnet >y the 1st day of December, T70, a ull statement of their claims of ecurltles held by them. T. J. COSTIGAN, Q. C. Solicitor for the Executors Blairmore, Alberta. 73 BUSINESS BOWRON Funeral service for Joseph Bowron, beloved husband of Mrs. Christina Bowron of 126 18th St. N. who died in the city Saturday, Oct. 3, 1970, at the age of 83 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1970, in the Christensen Chapel with R. Donald Livingston officiating. Pallbearers were Dave Cooper, Ted Petru-nia, Dick Parker, Charlie As-croft, Mike Vassienak and Jack Peake. Interment was in the Mountain view Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. TVIENS Funeral service was held in Russia recently for Jacob A. Wiens, 72, brother of Frank A. Wiens of Coaldale. He is survived by his beloved wife, Mrs. Maria Wiens, two daughters, two sons, 11 grandchildren, many nieces and nephews, all in Russia; and the F. A. Wiens family cf WANTED IMMEDIATELY COUPLE to operate small cafe and manage Darts department. Future business for rlghf party. House and per wnces must be given. Inquiries confidential. Phone Ted RUdd 222-3777 from 7 i.m. 6 p.m. or 222-3921, even-ings. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES EARN MONEY IN SPARE TIME Men or women to re-stock and colec' money Type high quality coin-operated dispensers in your area. No sell'ng. To qualify, must have car, references, 5750 to cash. Seven to 12 hours weekly can net excellent Income. More fiult time. We Invest with you Urged Not To Take Pictures EDMONTON (CP) The city police commission says it has asked police not to take >ietures at public gatherings "unless absolutely necessary." The request resulted from a complaint by Tim Christian, president of the University of Alberta Union, who said that a man who appeared a be a police photographer took pictures at a teach-in on unemployment at Sir Winston Churchill Square this summer. Judge William H a d d a d, chairman of the police commission, said the commission was not satisfied that there was a real reason for the pictures to taken. The teach-in was sponsored >y the students' union and var-ous other OF PINCHER CREEK NOTICE OF POLL MUNICIPAL ELECTION 1970 'ublfe Notice Is hereby given thai polling will take place for the elec-ion of three Councillors for a perloc f one year on Wednesday the 14th day of 1970 from lo o'clock n fhs forenoon until 8 o'clock In the fternoon at the following place: "he Town of PIncher Creek Meetlns oom and I ths Town Hall on :rldsy the Uth day of October 7970 it 12 o'clock In the forenoon sum up le votes and declare the results oi election. Given under my hand at PIncher Creek this 18ih day of September 970. Margaret Lunn, Returning Officer ntervlew write: 8. V. DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED, 2480 Techumseh Road East, Windsor 19, Ontario. Include phone number. MOTEL OKANAGAN VALLEY ElghT unit with nearly new living quarters, good swimming pool. 0 n main highway In resort area, whlcr> ft rapidly expanding. Excellent ofl season rentals. Belter than yearly return affer expenses and including living for owner. Full price M9.000 with terms. For more particulars please contact Ralph Erdmann Kelowna Really Ltd., W3 Bernard Ave., Kelowna, B.C. Telephone 762-JlflS or 766-2123. Rage Through Genoa GENOA, Italy (AP) Floods raged through the suburbs anc linterland of Genoa Wednesday night, wrecking entire neighbor-wods and killing at least two persons. Several otter persons are missing. The floods, which followed 4J lours of rain, tore up trees and swept cars into the sea on the western edge of this port city. Motorists were trapped in tunnels and behind mudslides on tlie highways that radiate from the city. Preliminary estimates of damage reached million lire but officials said this would probably Urged To Drive Defensively OTTAWA (CP) Unless Canadians drive defensively, an estimated 70 traffic deaths will occur 'during the Thanksgiving weekend, the Canada Safety Council said Wednesday. Vlf Canadians would drive de-' e n s i V e 1 Philip Farmer, council executive director said m a statement, "this prediction would be way too high and we wxmld be most pleased." If ihivers follow the policy of 'always looking out for the other guy" the actual death toll would be reduced. The council prediction is for lie period starting at 6 p.m. :his Friday, Oct. 9, to a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 13. There were 62 traffic deaths during the 1969 Thanksgiving weekend. The highest toll was 109 in OP INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS reject: Contract 139-70 Construction of a Classroom Kindergarten com-etc with Site Development at Ermine-kin Indian Reserve, Edmonton District, Alberta. Sealed Tenders, marked as to addressed to Contracts Admln-strator, Room 554, 400 Laurler Avenue Jest, Ottawa 4, Ontario will re-elved up to; p.m. (E.S.T.) November 3, 1970 All tenders must be for a complete reject as Indicated In the tender docu-enfs. Tender documents can Obtained on deposit of In the rm of a CERTIFIED CHEQUE pay-ble to THE RECEIVER GENERAL F CANADA, from: Regional Engineer, (Indian-Eskimo Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 27th Floor, c.N. Towers Building, Edmonton 13, Albsrta. Examined at the Construction Asso-atlon Offices at Edmonton, Calgary, oydmlnster, Lethbrldge, Red Deer, nd Medicine Hat, Alta. Lowest or any tender not necessar-f accepted. G. J. Bowen, Director, Technical Services Branch. Of Grassy Lake formerly of Winnipeg Hssed away at Calgary on Tuesday, October 6, 1970, Joseph G., at the age of 86 years. Bom at Medora, May 31, 1884, hbmesteaded south of Bow Island in 1910. After serving with the Canadian Forces overseas in the First World War, he returned o Manitoba and fanned at Pistol Mount until 1933. Mr. Cos-jrove has made his home in ;be Taber area since 1948. Pre-ieceased by his wife Ina, survivors are two daughters, Mrs. J. K. (Edith) Wolfe, Ottawa, Ont., Mrs. Alex (Wilma) Fettig Grassy Lake; one sister Mrs. R. J. (Bertha) McCourt, Winni-leg; four brothers, Wilfred and Walter, Winnipeg James, irandon, George, Delisle, Sask.; six grandchildren. Fun e r a 1 service will be conducted rom Humphries Funeral Chapel Taber Friday, October 9 at 2 p.m., with Rev. J. C. )aisley officiating. Remains will be forwarded to Winnipeg or interment on Tuesday. In ieu of flowers kindly donate o the charity of your choice, lumphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, in charge of arrangements. Family Visit Is Confirmed LONDON (Reuters) Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, accompanied by Princess Anne, will visit British Columbia next May to attend the centennial celebrations there, Buckingham announced today. The visit will last a week to 10 days. The Queen and Princa Philip visited British Columbia in July, 1959, and the sovereign has made several overnight stops there on her way to and from Australia. BE IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF Carser opportunity as representative one of Canada's most progresslvo Ufa Insurance companies. The man Is probably married and doing well at his present [ob, yet Is somewhat Impatient with his progress. While applicant need not have Hie Insurance experience he will need ambition, determination and the desire to serve others as well as himself. Previous salsa helpful. To this man we offer a permanent position, unlimited sarntng potential and the Independence of his own business. Company training plus qualified referred leads system. Opportunity to move Into management as soon as qualified. Stock option plan available to all representa-- fflvss. Send resume to Box 97, Herald. OF THANKS MORRIS My thanks to relatives and friends for the many ?et. well wishes, gifts and visita-ions in hospital; to neighbors for kind consideration to family at home. Also special thanks to staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and new friends made while there. 'Mrs. Ivan Morris. 830G TRENT We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to our relatives and riends, the pallbearers, Rev. Father Marion; the doctors and staff in attendance for their thoughtfulness and kindness in our recent bereavement. George Trent, Douglas and Laura, Alex Tokariuk and family, and Steve Tokariuk' and family. Guilty Tc VICTORIA (CP) Berkliard Bateman, 19. pleaded guilty in provincial court Wednesday to charges of armed robbery, kidnapping and causing bodily harm with intent to wound two policemen in a city bank robbery and land and sea chase Sept. 24. He was remanded by Judge William Ostler to Oct. 15 for a probation officer's report and psychiatric examination. Bateman, alias Rory Shayne and Burkhard Gerngross, first pleaded guilty to robbing at pinpoint a downtown branch of :he Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. He then pleaded niilty to two counts of causing jodily harm with intent to wound two Victoria police detectives who were shot during the icldup. He also pleaded guilty to kid-lapping William LuchaW, 17, when he forced the latter to iclp him Charges Two other counts of attempted capital murder were withdrawn by Crown prosecutor Cory Stolte. Defence counsel Lloyd Mc-Kenzie told the court he consulted Bateman on four occasions and found no indication of mental illness but felt that a psychiatric examination might be in order. SEVEN HELD HOSTAGE As well as the two policemen being shot, two cars were commandeered and crashed and seven people Were held hostage in a chase that culminated in a sailboat being pirated. Bateman surrendered to U.S. authorities Sept. 25 near the San Juan Islands. He was charged in Seattle with kidnapping. The charge in-v o 1, v e d Vancouver insurance agent Roger Smith, one of three hostages in the sailboat escape bid following the holdup of the bank. In Seattle he was bound ova' for a federal grand jury trial on the kidnapping charge. Bateman said he would return voluntarily to Canada if the U.S1. charge was dropped. He was returned Sept. HAY AGENCIES LTD. COLLEGE MALL Phone 327-7975 er 327-7077 CASH OR TRADE A down payment or trade your present property on thla country hotel In a prospeerous farming community. Equipment and fixtures In A-l condition. Rooms been redecorated. Showing a good return, with possibilities to increase beverage sales. Living quarter} available. M.L.5. Evenings ftrgfo McTavIsh FOR GENERAL CON-RACT FOR ERECTION AND OMPLETION OF ALBERTA IQUOR STORE, PICTURE UTTE, ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to: fie Lunc At 'Pass S By.VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE The Crows-nest Pass School Division No. 63 has announced the division's decision to adopt a new lunch break. The newly built Crowsn e st Consolidated High School will, as of Oct. 5, have a lunch break from a.m. to 12 noon. Classes will be dismissed at 3 p.m. each day. All other schools in the division have reduced their noon hour break by one-half an hour. The M. D. McEachern School at Bellevue will have its lunch hour from 12 noon to 1 p.m. as well as the' Isabelle Scllon Break Schools Blairmore; the Horace All.eB School, Coleman, and the Central School Coleman will have its break from a.m. to p.m. These schools will be dismissed one-half an hour earlier in the afternoon. Tlie board has also adopted a policy that will establish a boundary around each school so that students who live within the boundary will be required to go home for lunch. Those beyond the boundary will be allowed to bring lunch on cold days. If parents did not receive a notice from tlie school they are advised to check with their children, send a note to the school or phone the school board office. MEMORIAMS GRILUS In loving memory of Joseph, who passed away October 8, 1967. God saw you getting weary, He did what He thought best, He put His arms around you, And whispered come and rest. remembered, sadly missed by Wally, Anne and family 3W8 MORRISON In memory of a dear son-in-law and Jack A. Morrison, who assed away October 8, 1969. Time goes on but memories stay, As near and dear as yesterday. Ever remembered by mother and dad Campbell, Ken and Ruth, Wyman and Doris, Donald and Carol, Earl and Esther and Alvin. 143 Street, Edmonton, or "Erection and Completion of At-jerta Liquor Store, Picture Butte, will be received up to 2 o'clock Moutsln Standard Time, Wednes-ay, October 28th, 1970, at the office the Properties Administrator, the Iberta Liquor Control Board 13340 -2 Street, Edmonton. Plans, specifications and tender orms may be obtained on application o the Operations-Properties :0epart-ent, the Alberts Liquor Control oord, 12360 142 Street, Edmonton, nd will be available to General Con-ractors, Mechanical and Electrical b-trades on deposit of Fifty (SSO.Od) ollars In the form of a Certified heque, payable to the Alberta Liquor ontro! Board which will be refunded hen Plans and Specifications are re-urned to Ihe Operations-Properties Jepartmcnt in good condition not later an fourteen (14) days after closing ate of tenders, otherwise the deposit all bft forfeit. Plant and Specifications will b-osted with the Lethbridge, Medicine at end Calgary Construction Assocla-ons, Each tender must be nccompanled y (a) A certified cheque or bid fecitf n the amount of or (b) A cerii-ud cheque or bid bontJ for an amount ot less than 10% of the Tender. Cer-fled cheques are to be made pay-ble to Alberta Liquor Control card. The attention of tenderer la tlrawn fho "Public Works jage 2, ause 9, which refers to forfeiture cf ecurlty. The successful tenderer will hs re-ulrsd to provide a certified cheque negotiable or properly assigned overnment of Canada Bonds for ten percent of the Contract or fty percent Performance and maintenance Guoranly Bond, plus Ifty percent Labour and Mater-al Payment Bond. The lowest or any lender will eccssnrily be accepted. Tenders will bo opened In public ne Alberta Liquor Control Board 142 Street Edmonton n Iho Bonrd Room at 1 o'clock P.M. ountaln Standard Time, October 2tlth, 70. Chairman ThR Albcrfo Liquor Control Board Frank George, be-oved husband of Mrs. Doras lall of Raymond, passed away on Wednesday Octolwr 7, 1970, at UK age of 78 years. Mr. tell was born in Mankato, Minnesota and came to Canada n the spring of 1909 to the Stir-ing area moving to Raymond n 1914. He married Doras Irown in 1915 and alter arming for two years south of iaymond he moved with his family into Raymond, taking up the occupation as a barber wnich he continued to practice for the next fifty years, until lie was forced to retirement due :o ill health. Besides his loving wife, he is survived' by four sons, Roy, Grant and Bert of Raymond and Harris of Leth-tnridge, one daughter, Mrs. Mark (Edith) Henninger of Calgary and one sister, Mabel Veen of Raymond; also 17 grandchildren and 12 greatgrandchildren. Funeral services will be held in tlw Taylor Stake Chapel in Raymond on Saturday, Octolwr 10th at 1 p.m., with Bishop Dwaync Hall officiating. Friends may meet the family and pay their from 12 noon until prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the Church. Interment will be in the family plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Chrislcnscn Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, 74 LOANS ft SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lewest Interest rates available. First ind second mortgages. IF YOU ARE HOLDING (1. mortgage on someone else's property or a balance of sale, and would like to turn It Into cash, Niagara will purchase and pay you top price. Discuss iff 'with one of our experts. ConsoUda-fllon loans are .also available. THE NIAGARA COMPANIES Suite 2, 424 7th St. S. 377-8545 By THE CANADIAN PRESS Husky Oil Lid., common, 7V4 cents, Nov. 30, record Oct. 30; series A pfd., 7S cents, Jan. 1, record Dec. 4; series B pfd., 75 cunts, Dec. 31, record Dec. 4. Wcstml-Ilosco.Ltd., 15 ccnls, Dec. 15, record Nov. MORTGAGE FUNDS V? you want to borrow 3 large Hmo'uril of money over a long period of time lor the purchase sf a home, for renovations or any other purpose, call C.A.C. Realty Limited. Loans ire amortized for as long as 15 years wllh a guaranteed renewable Term. Ho bonus or hidden cost. Interest Is calculated seml-annualiy (not In advance) on the declining balance. Per any amount from JIMC ta