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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta It THI ItTHHIDOI HIRALD Timdor, Odob.r 10, 70 Births, Deaths, Funerals, I Cards Of Thanks, 1 In Memoriams WELL ROTTED MANURE AND GOOD lop Mil lor sale. OT32W. OF COUTTS TENDER Tenders will received for the hau Ing of garbagt within the Village o Coutts, limits. Girbaga to hauled twice month. Tenders should bt submitted to th village Office by 4 p.m. Monday November 2nd, 1970. The lowest or any tender will no necessarily be accepted. 0. Robinson, Secretary-Treasurer, Village of Coutts. JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP 327-7KI or 327-3438. HALF PRICE WHILE IT LASTS Ibi. manure, SIO dtllvtrtd. Phon JJ7.JJ07. ROTOTILLINO. PHONE VU. FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR OEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 32S-JW. TUFFS Passed In the city on Monday, October 19, 1970, following a brief illness Constance, at the age of 87 years, beloved wife of the late Mr. Herbert Tuffs. The late Mrs. Tuffs is survived by one niece Mrs. F. Stahl of Lake-wood, Ohio. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. with Rev. A. Olson officiating. Interment will follow in the. family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C742 JUNIOR Passed away on Saturday, October 17( 1970 June Oler Junior, age 53 years, of Edmonton, beloved wife of Larry Junior. Born in Stirling, Alberta June 16, 1917. Survivors include one daughter, Ann of Edmonton; three sons, Mark Petaluma, Calif., Keith and Rick at tome; her mother Mrs. Jessie. Oler of Stirling; four sisters, Mrs. Doug (Bertha) Keep, and Miss Vida Oler both of Stirling, Mrs. Carl (Louie) Allred, Mrs. Wally (Lucy) Dun-combe both of Raymond; two brothers, Harold Oler, Calgary, Ronald (Bud) Oler, Cold Lake, Alberta. Funeral service will be held Thursday, October 22 at the Howard and McBride Funeral Home 109 St. Edmonton. In lieu of flowers those who wish may donate to the Cancer Fund. MEMORIAMS MAKES YOUR GARDEN READY FOR iprlng. machine-ground mtnur In handy 75 Ib. plastic bag. Sl.JO each Free delivery. Phone TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the matter of the estate o JOSEPH LUKACtK, late of Coleman In the Province of Alberta, miner, de ceased, who died on the 15th day o September, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav Ing claims upon the Estate of the abov named must file with the underslgne by the 1st day of December, 1970, full statement of their claims and o securities held by them. T. J. COSTIGAN, Q.C. Solicitor for the Administratrix Blalrmore, Alberta. of a nephew, brother an cousin, David Kowal, who ed away October 20, 1963. We often sit and think of you And of the way you died, Many times we've longed fa you Many times we've cried. You gave no one a last fare well Nor even said goodbye, You were gone before w realized And only God knows why. remembered by Deb bie and the Wisnlewski fam fly. 8751 PICKERING In lovini memory of Alvin Leonard, who passed away October 20, 1969. Tonight the stars are gleam ing, On a lonely silent grave, Where sleeps in dreamles. slumber, The one we loved but coulc not save. In tears we saw you sinking We watched you fade away Our hearts were almost bro ken, You fought so hard to stay But when we saw you sleep ing, So peacefully free from pain We could not wish you bac To suffer that again. remembered bj Hilda, Wyatt and Carey mother and dad, Irvine am Evelyn, Arlene and Bud Roy and Allie, Jack and Wendy. 8781 71 POULTRY AND FRIERS PAN READY 37 CENTS Ib. on doien lot. delivery. Cui torn killing. Hellmuth Dyck, Coaldale Phone 34S-3J2J. 72 PETS AND EXTRA SMALL TOY 'POODLES Registered, leven months. REGISTERED BLACK AND TAN mlnllturi Dachshund puppies. ISO am up. Phone 733-1147. REGISTERED MINIATURE POODLES tor Slle Six weeks old. Phont 223-lia, Taber, Altarla. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDER FOR GRAVEL HAUL Tenders will be received by the un derslgned until 12 o'clock noon Nov. 1970, for the loading and hauling o approximately yds. of coars gravel to various parts of the main :anal from the 40 mile siphon to Hors Fly reservoir. Further information may be obtain ed from the Bow Island office. Tenders to be submitted on pe cubic yard basis. The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. J. C. Crosthwaite, Superintendent, P.O. Box 328, Bow Island, Alberta. YEAR OLD MALE PEKINGESE, TWO month old male Siamese cat. Phone FOR SALE YOUNG UNTRAINED pirrot, Apply S. Faulkner, St Mary's School, Cardston. 653-2501. 861 REGISTERED DACHSHUNDS black tan pair, two years old male black and tan puppies Oil 327-3395 or 328-8340. TWO MINIATURE DACHSHUND puppies. Also registered standard Da en thund, male, three years old. Phone 338-1928 or 728 Uth St. N. MUST GIVE AWAY TWO SIAMESE cots, to the right family. Phone TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS [N THE ESTATE OF GILBERT COOK late of the City of Lethbridge n the Province of Alberta, Locomotive Engineer, who died on the 28th day o July A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav ng claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undermen tioned Solicitors, by the 30th day o November A.D. 1970 a full statemen of their claims and of securities held sy them. HUCKVALE WILDE KRUSHEL, Barristers and Solicitors, Acadla Building, Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executors, Mary Cook and Gilbert CooK THREE SNOW WHITE LONG-HAIR-ed kittens to be given away to good homes. House trained. WANTED Dog House suitable for German Shepherd. Phone 327-0105, after p.m. XI 73 BUSINESS BARBER SHOP FOR RENT RAY-mond, Alberta. Write 1510 6th Ave. A N., Lethbridge. OF SELLING HI WAY Taber, Alberta. We wish o express our sincere thanks to lie pallbearers, neighbors and riends in appreciation of their sympathy, floral tributes, cards, food and other acts of kindness shown on the loss of our dear husband and father, John Plau-steiner. Special thanks also to ilovenska Skupina, C a t h o lie Women's League, Father de-Billy and Martin Bros. Report False MONTREAL (CP) Provincial investigating a that two shots had been fired from a passing oar at two soldiers guarding a bridge in learby Laval, found it was !alse. The shots, It seems, were only backfiring sounds from the car. The Montreal area has been in a jittery mood since Thursday when army troops were called in to help protect public auildings in the growing tension by the kidnappings of a British diplomat and a Quebec labor minister. BE IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF. Part-time or tull-time. Experience no needed only DESIRE to better yourself. Smill investment, secured Phone 328-5303, between 6 and 7 p.m., for appointment. NOTICE AQUA. TECH PLANT OFFICE BUILDING LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Tenders will be received by the Architects up to 2 p.m. (MST) Oct. 29th 970. Tendering documents and condl Ions may be obtained by General Con-ractors from the Architects upon deposit of a certified cheque for 550.00 which Is refundable if they are returned in good condition within 10 days of closing dale. Bid deposit shall be J (one thousand dollars] (bid bond or certi-led cheque plus Consent of 'erformance Bond shall bs 50 per cent of the contract amount. Sub Contractors shall bid in accordance with ules of the Alberta Bid Depository trough tho Lethbridge Construct 1 o n Association. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Holman and Murray Architect! ste. 201, 4909 Gaetz Avenue Red Deer, Alberta BEAUTY SHOP Five dryers, one color master, two setting chairs, two sinks and chairs. Good clientele. Lcca-lion downtown in new building. Reason for selling health. Apply n writing to Box 1102, Claresholm. MASSEY FERGUSON AND CHRYS-1 ter dealership for sale In good northern Alberta "farming area. Located 90 miles north of Edmonton. Approximate turnover annually. Total price plus inventory at cost. Phone days, .589-3880 or nights, 689-3829, collect. for their outstanding cindness. Plausteiner and family LICENSED HOTEL Aft or ptrt. Total down, balance a per cent. Gross which can be doubled by our new idea. Write Golden Lodgo Hotel Ltd., Box 61, Golden, B.C. or Phone 344-3416, ask for or Gordon Armstrong. MEMORIAM WATTS In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Leland Watts, who passed away October 20, 1952. A 1 w a y s remembered by Pauline and family. TO TENDERS VILLAGE OF COUTTS Sealed tenders -for the construction. f Water Main Extensions for the VII-age of Coutts, the Village Office, VII-age of Coults up to p.m., M.S.T., November 2, 1970. Tenders be pened in the Village of Coutts Coun-II Chambers at p.m., M.S.T., No-ember 2 1970. Copies of the Drawings and Speclft-ations may be obtained- from the of-ces of the Consulting Engineers upon deposit of S50.00 In cheque, made jayable to the Engineers. Tenders must be accompanied by a edified cheque or bid bond In VENDING OPPORTUNITY Hot drink and snack vendors. must be reliable. Were rated In Dun and Bradstreet. Excellent Income for light to 15 hours per week. No selling. Locations furnished. Investment to Exclusive territories In meat areas. For personal Interv 1 a w itnd details on eelf to: P.O. Box 5128, Station "A" Calgary, Alberta. At White UNITED NATIONS (AP) -Two meetings between State Secretary William Rogers and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko have concluded with a date for Gromyko to see President Nixon inWashington rnursday. Rogers's dinner meeting with Gromyko Monday night was described as more cordial than heir first session last Friday. Afterward, Rogers announced hat Nixon had accepted request for a meeting. Rogers said the Soviet representative is the only one of the many foreign ministers now at-ending the UN fall session to x given a White House appointment. But the secretary said he at-ached "no specific importance" to the meeting. He said Jromyko did not indicate vhether he was bringing Nixon a message from the Kremlin. "There's no Rogers said. "I think he (Gromyko) ust thinks the meeting will be useful. We've had two meetings vhich were useful." GROMYKO AGREES "I think the conversation was Gromyko told reporters after the dinner at Rogers's lotel suite. The meeting lasted nearly th ce hours. The Middle an Item ikely to come up when Gromyko visits the White and Berlin were the main topics discussed. Basic differences remain, U.S. officials said, and they ac-mowledged that no compromise ormula is in sight to break the Padlock blocking resumption of he indirect Arab-Israeli peace egotiations at the United Nations. At the samo time, U.S. offi-ials gave a brighter picture of ho Rogers-Gromyko soundings han they did last Friday, when hey reported Gromyko stood nst by Kremlin policy on major ssucs. They gave this rundown after tie second Date House made clear the Russians favor extension of the 90-day Middle East ceasefire beyond its expiration Nov. 5 and also want the Arab-Israeli peace talks to resume. United States still believes some "reactification" of the truce violations it alleges against the Russians and Egyptians must take place in order to allow the peace talks to proceed. Moscow and Cairo deny violating the truce deal. The United States and Israel have charged the Egyptians increased its missile strength near the Suez Canal in violation of the deal. and Israel have left the door open to extending the ceasefire on a day-by-day basis, without a formal agreement. said the allies had misunderstood a Soviet position taken in the Big Four ambassadorial talks on Berlin. This raised hopes for progress in the talks aimed at improving conditions for West Berlin. U.S. officials did not explain the reported misunderstanding. 74 LOANS the total Tender Pries payable to he Village of Coutts. Tenderers are also required to a Consent of Surety Form In an mount equal to fifty (50 per cent) er cent of the Contract Sum. The Owner reserves the right to waive Informalities In, or reject any r all Tenders, or to accept the Ten-er deemed most favourable In the m-erests of the Owner. Mrs. G.1 Robinson Secretary-Treasurer Village of Coutts Coutts, Alberta. Underwood Me Lei Ian and Associates Limited, onsulting Professional Engineers, 01 Mayor Magrath Drive, ethbrldge, Alberta. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1972 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Rtlldentlal, Commercial proper! 1 e s. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest rates available. First and second mortgages. MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY MORTGAGE MONEY "WE ALSO PURCHASE EXISTING MORTGAGES FOR CASH" CAC REALTY LIMITED COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL PHONE 328-2381 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Claims 'They Hate Our Guts9 OTTAWA (CP) Liberal teve Otto (York East) told the Commons Monday that a lot of Canadians "hate our guts." Mr. Otto, the last speaker of le day in the throne speech ebate, said Canadian society is stratified and ill, with 65 per cent of its citizens in a ead-end situation that left "vio-ent revolution the next stage." "We have two the stablished and. the Mr. Otto said, and 'arliament represents only the established. In Toronto, he said, a man ould work all his life to reach a alary level of a year and rave to spend half of it for de-cnt accommodation. "He hates our Mr. Otto said. "Can you blame these people for being ready to grab at any 75 FLOOR COVERING INSTALLATIONS. Reasonable prices. Phone 752-3527, Raymond. CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd fobs. Phona 327-6834. CONCRETE WORK Slips, driveways, retaining walls, patio. AM work guaranteed. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In-ftured, free estimates. Phono 327-3286. touched briefly on the U.S. concern over reports' a Soviet missile submarine base is being built in Cuba anil noted with satisfaction Moscow's public disclaimer of intent to establish such bases. ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. Kitchen rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. Contest Winners Selected EDMONTON (CP) Lome Pankralz, 7, of Calgary and Shelley Scott, 8, of Strathmore were the only non-Edmonton winners in a coloring contest sponsored Dy the department of lands and forests, it was announced today. The nine winners in three age categories will receive cash prizes. GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work nnd stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. Tire Executive Dies TORONTO (CP) Allan Edward Robinette, 55, secretary of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., died Monday at his home. A lawyer, he joined Good-year's legal department in 1951 nnd was appointed secretary two years OUTLOOK DRYWALL CO. LTD. Residential commercial. Textured ceilings, Gyproc vinyl board. Complete dry wall and steel studs. Phone 328-6562 anytime. HAVE BACKHOE AND TRUCK -Can dig driveways, trees, basements, load and haul gravel and top soil. Phone 327-1413, bcfora J p.m. -'327-3347, after S p.m. CUSTOM FRAMING DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, CEMENT FLOORS, RENOVATIONS, RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL OR 327-3284. 1038- Bloodstains Match Those Of Laporte type of shirt w ST. HUBERT, Que. (CP) Bloodstains matching the blood of Pierre Laporte and a won by the Quebec labor minister when he was kid- napped Oct. 10 were found by police in a St. Hubert bungalow Monday. World's Tallest Building Title Changes Hands NEW YORK (AP) -The World Trade Centre, under construction in lower Man- hattan, became the world's tallest building Monday as it pushed four feet above the height of the Em- pire State Building. A four-toe piece of steel framework fitted into place atop one of the centre's twin towers provided the margin that eclipsed the height record held by the Empire State for 40 years. When completed the centre's towers will each rise feet, but the will hold tallest" title only a short time. Work already is under way on a skyscraper in Chi- cago. Woolliams Denies NDP Statement Eldon Woolliams North rose on a question of privilege in the Commons Tuesday to em phdsize that his party voted ac cording to conscience Monday in approving the government's proclamation of the War Mea sures Act. Mr. Woolliams took exception to a statement by Andrew Bre- win Greenwood) published in the Toronto Globe and Mail, which quoted Mr. Brewin as saying Conservative and NDP members who votey police with public mischief. Roland Morin, assistant police chief, said today that an exten- sive investigation by the RCMP and the Quebec Provincial Po- ice has found no basis for her ilaim. Mrs. Deschamps toH police ihe was seized by four men Fri- iay night, while walking on a lull street, was taken to a louse and held on a table while he letters "FLQ" were carved n her skin with a knife. The nitials are those of the terrorist 'ront de Liberation du Quebec. She was treated at hospital or minor injuries and released Saturday. LAPORTE FAMILY The body of kidnapped Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte, shot in ths head, was found by police in the t runk of a car south of Montreal. This recent photograph, taken in the Laporte Montreal h ome, shows all four members of the family. Claire, 20; Mrs. Laporte; Pierre Laporte, 49; and Jean, 10. Government Plans Sweeping Powers Over Oil Tankers OTTAWA (CP) The govern meiit has proposed to give itsel sweeping regulatory powers over oil tankers in Canadian waters in a new bill given rou tine first reading in the Com- mons Monday. The bill, a set of amendments to the Canada Shipping Act, is one promised earlier this year 3y Transport Minister Don Ja mieson in response to the pollu- ,ion crisis that followed the wreck of the oil tanker Arrow in Nova Scotia's Chedabucto Bay. Established by the legislation would be an upper limit of :or each ton of a.ship's tonnage a- a maximum million on he liability of ship and cargo owners for pollution clean-up costs and damages. To meet claims exceeding the imit, the bill provides for a maximum levy of 15 cents a ton all tanker cargoes in Cana- dian waters to be paid into, a maritime pollution claims fund, lie levy would yield an esti- mated million fa a normal The million ceiling on an owner's liability represents ompromise by the government jn its original stand that a pol- uter should pay the whole cost f a disaster. The limit would full coverage on tankers f up to tons but leaves n question the status of the super tankers al- eady afloat. A transport department offi- cial said the limit was imposed ecause insurance companies maintain it is impossible to over a larger risk. He noted, owever, that the bill would give the government power et a maximum limit on the size f oil tanker cargoes. Any decision about the maxi- mum size of tankers to be per- mitted in Canadian waters 'ould be "based on practical- he said. Business Drops Off MONTREAL (CP) Two po- litical kidnappings and the mur- der of Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte in two weeks seem to have had more effect on Montrealers than on visitors to the city. Business at Uieatres and nightclubs has dropped signifi- cantly since last Thursday when federal troops were called into the city to assist police weary from the hunt for terrorist kid- nappers. Luncheons, political meetings and film showings are amonj the scuviliis cancelled or post- poned in the tense atmosphere that has engulfed Canada's larg- est city. But visitors to Montreal con- tinue to patronize fashionable restaurants and hotels report little change, in business during the last two weeks. A spokesman for the Chateau Champlain hotel said some indi- vidual reservations had been cancelled but "this is not abnor- mal." LOWER SIDEBURNS CANBERRA (Reutftr) Aus- tralian soldiers now can wear their sideburns down to the centre of their ears the military board says. Previously hair and to be cut up to eye level. "Practical considerations' would include the fact that su- per-tankers are already owned and operated in Canada, the of- ficial said. The bill would also empower the government to impose regu- lations concering: equipment on tankers. equipment to be built into the tankers to pennil control of oil spills in an emer- gency. discharge of oily wastes from tankers. and unloading pro- cedures. of officers on a tanker. designation of compul- sory shipping routes for tank- Disc Jockey Broadcasts Apology EDMONTON jockey Cameron Fraser fell asleep early today and for 10 minutes the only sound on radio station CJCA was the scratch of a stylus on a finished record. Telephone calls to the sta- tion got no answer so listen- ers called police. Two offi- cers woke Fraser up. Fraser broadcast an apol- ogy and promised to buy an alarm clock. Pattern 7084 Light, lacy crochet this dress now! Draw cord thru for style or wear sash at wiast. Easy-crochet (2 flat pieces) of synthetic or 3-ply fingering yarn. Pattern 7084: new sizes 10-16 incl. Size 12 (bust FIFTY CENTS (coins) for :ach pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class nailing and special handling o THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario. Burning Rectal Itch Relieved In Minutes This Special Hemorrhoid Remedy Contains A Unique Healing Substance That Relieves Pain As It Shrinks Hemorrhoids One of the most common af- flictions is a condition known as "Itching Piles." It is mosfc embarrassing for the sufferer during the day and especially aggravating at night. If you want satisfactory good news. A renowned rcsearchlahorntory has found a unique healing substance with the ability to promptly relieve tho burning itch and pain. It actually ehrinka hemorrhoids. This substance has been shown to produce a most effective rate of healing. Its germ-killing properties also, help prevent infection. In one homorrhoid case after nnother "very striking improvement" was reported. This improvement wosmnin- tained in cases where clinical observations were continued over a period of many months. Furthermore, these tests and. observations were made on patients with a.wide variety of hcmorrhoidal conditions. All this was accomplished by a healing substance (Bio- developed by a world-renowned research in- stitution. This substance is now obtainable in or suppository form known as Preparation H. Ask for Preparation H Suppositories (convenient to cnrry if away from home) or Preparation H Ointment with special ap- plicator. Available at all drug counters. Satisfaction or your money refunded. Preparation [Tl ;