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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Oclob.r 17, 197J T Stanfield Tory vie MOOSE JAW Con- e c r v a t i v c leader Robert c tanficld made his last election isit to the West Thursday and 1 ceeived a thunderous response r o his claim that he will be t jrming the next government of c Canada. c About persons jammed nlo a downtown hall to shout Slanfield, Stanlicld, Stanfield" as he .entered and to cheer lust-ly when he said: "There is one thing that's rery sure. The government is on the way out and a new government, a Progressive Con-ervativc government is on the vay in." He made the same statement early in the day at a small LfTHBRIDCI HEKALD 37 sees tory rnment is scared and em the cfcnsivc. He added In Saskatoon that or one of the first times la Ca-adlan election history one of he main issues of the Oct. 30 arhpaign is the policies of llcrnativc (o the ot the policies of the government ilself-Mr. Stanfield particularly mentioned "poor John Turner" lie "soon-lo-be-rctiring mlius-er of finance" who has Conservative economic and taxation policies which ha said would cost billions of dol-ars. Ever since Mr. Stanhcld left Toronto Sunday on the last vote-chasing expedition of the campaign Jjc Jias been talking to full houses and expressing 70 V VJELL ROTTED MANURE AND DONE VERY HEAT j> i C'Vv t C 7 rf O Jjeattii, S f 0 W! S WILL CLEAN YARDS AND BASE-menls, Free Prompt service. Phone HM370. TILE AND CEMENT rk. Doubla J. Conslruciron. McLEAN'5 TREE SURGERY FREE eillmalei- Pruning, Irlmmlng and fell-Ing. Call WINDOWS AND DPOHS. MAINTENANCE NO CriANG-10. PHONE JONES six ft. high. Your choke Greenhouse. J EQUIPMENT COWPAC-on and concrete equipment, KON'YMiNllELT Sliaron, Vo-.idy, I.esa and Joy are liap-y lo announce th.e birth of eir baby brother, Arie Ray-moid, October 7, 1972. I'roud parcnls Arie and Lclo. Insured. COOK Funeral service for >ean Ccok, who died at Cold akc Monday, Oct. 23, 1072, at ic age of 54 years, was held t 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2G, 972, in the Mogratli LDS lurch with Bishop H. M. Dahl fficiating. Pallbearers were Cav Cook, Allan Hcggie, Jerry Vitbeck, Jack Cook, Garth lacon and Jay Anderson. In-erment was in the Magrath Jeindcry. Chrislcnsen Salmon "'uneral Home Ltd., directors f Funeral Service, was in large of the LLOYD'S TRHC TRIMMING Avo. S. removed. For prompt scrvlte 337-3W1. REPAIRS. ROOFING, SIDING, raoe, catlnoli, balri. DORIS ceramic lile. or coun-y Phone 329 1071. GROUND MANURE IN STEIMER CEMENT WORK. d taiementi dug, water proofing. In-red, Ireo tslrmates- Phone 71 POULTRY AND FOUR WEEK OLD, ALREADY brooded, broiler chicks Suitable for (aliening in your own coop. Live al my coop. 55 cents Duane Forsylh, Veiling, BUILDING, CEMENT ork and stuccoing- Andersen a nil orenson Construcllon, 1030 7th Ave, PhYlW 337-W83. SIIIMEK Paul, WORK, REMODEL-q repairing, etc. TQAR tr country. and L Conalrudlon. Phone 33B3337. HEAVY ROASTING HENS. SIX LBS. pan ready SJ cenls per Ib. in Lcthbridgc on Oct. 25, 1072. at Ihc age f 58 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ellie Shimek of Piclurc Butte. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Oct. 23, 1972 al :3fJ p.m., in the Chnsten.scn 'iiapel, witli Pastor Ib, Young fryers and roarers tl ceri's on dcien lots. Free delivery. Custom killing. M. Dyck, Coaldale. Pnon- 3U-3H4. JANITORIAL SERVICE he Lelhbrldge Unll cl Ihc OF 72 PETS AND HOUSE TRAIiiCD KITTENS TO and Air Fcrca Veterans ofiiciating. WMBBO! ji in Saskatoon, where B. ABnihjr INDOOR Itr Ihe perlormlng o( runs. PkKup and delivery should te addressed for the Masses, ol House Commiltec, AN and AF Veterans In 517 ilh Ave. South, Lelh bridge, AILerla. :orms available in the office. A! enders are lo he submitted later nan Nov. 15, FUNEKAL HOME yrD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5134 FIIANZ Passed away in Ihc city on Thursday, October 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Louise Marie Franz at the age of 55 years, belovec wife of Mr. Henry Franz of 343 2Qlh St. N. Born in Medicine Hat anil raised in Dow Island, the late Mrs. Franz moved to Colcman in 1937 following her marriage to Henry Franz. In 1942 they moved to Lethbridge she lias resided until her passing. Besides her loving husband, she is survived b] one sou Mr. Bob Franz Medicine Hal: one daughter, Mrs. C. It. (Gail) Sautcr of ar.d one grandson. The funeral service will be held on Saturdav E1. 1 p.m. in Marlin Bvos. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 ULh SI. N.. v.ith Pastor II. W. Martin officiating. Inter-meat will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Service. Com HAWKINS Passed away in [he city on Thursday, Oclober 25. 1J72, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Rosa Ellen Hawkins, B'L the age of Cfl years, of No. 3 Devon Court, beloved of Ihe l.lle Mr. William Henry Hawkins. Born and raised in Margate, Kent. England, the late Mrs. Hawkins came to Can-ads in 1010 and settled in Lelh-bridge where she has continued to reside until her passing. She v.as a member of the Salvation Army Home I.caque and the Pensioners Association. Survivors include, [wo daughters. Mrs. S. D. (Violet) Davies of Carm-angay, Mrs. J. n. (Edith) Car-Icr of four grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. K. (Annie) Holbsrton of one Irolher, Mr. Era-list Mockett of Ixilhuridgc. Besides her lovinp husband she was predeceased by one jon. Ihrce sisters and two brothers Tin; funeral service wi'l be hclc on Mondav at S n.m. iri Marlin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEI (112 3nt Avenue S.. with Rev. R L. C.-isfield officiating. Inter mcnt will follow in the familj nlot, Mountain View Ccmelcry Friends may pay Ihcir resned. at Marl in Bros. TRADITION AL CHAPEL. R12 3rd Avenue S.: uhonc 328-230 1. MARTIN IBROS. LTD.. Directors cf to C.W.L. End U'.C.W. adies. Your card was like a >rayei- while 1 was in hospital so long. Clctus Kaupp, New Dayton. BLACKMEU I wish to Lbank the doctors and nurses on the floor of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care thay gave me during my stay in the hospital. Thanks so much to all my frieDds and relatives for their visits, cards, gifts and food. Everything was very much appreciated. truly, Thelma Black-mer. ior labor HAMILTON (CP) Deep in union country Thursday, Prime Minister Trudeau made a direct appeal for the labor vole >y promising a social ethic" that will liberate satisfying work from drudgery-Aboug partisan listeners in the placard-filled arena of this steel-making city heard the prime minister say that "all loo f e w industrial and commercial workers enjoy their work." But b2 said the frustration of modern labor cannot be compared lo the exploitation of Ihe early industrial age. In an obvious dig at N e w Democratic Parly Leader David Lewis, he claimed pily "for any political leader in this country who so misunderstands this fundamental desire ol Canadians that he speaks in a language more fitted to the darkest days of the industrial revolution." A different approach to vote ssues is needed, said Mr. Tudeau. "We need a new social ethic n this technological age and clievc one is in sight." UTLTNES VAGUELY The prime minister did no laborate on the nature of tin social elhic lie foresees but hi Wrlle Box 4 Herald. MEMOR1AM SIMMONTIS In OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TECHNICAL SERVICES BRANCH NOTICE OF FUTURE TENDER CALL This Is not a lender call but an ed-vance notice Ihat a tender may be called durlno Iht mcnlhs cf for ihe prelect listed be Cans true! ten cf new tridrje I csl Hcrse Creek Lakes National Park The v.orX will nr removing cx-filina bridqe and abulmenls: con-slrudlon of trldse ccnsiillrg ol I'.VD abutments and one clear spsn: approach Plans, icecKicalJons and landed quan-liMei not be available unlil Ihe actual ler.tfer call is fldverfi'ed. Intcrrslcd ;hauld endcav-OIT lo ir.spect the site now so Ilia pertinent features (nn be a 5 seised. Prior ID vKlinq Ihe site, ton'raclora ahould ctKilact the Conlrdcls Admir.i-slralor Naloinal and Hislorlc Parks Branch, 1JJ-H Ave., 131 Cuiloms Buiiaing, Celfjary AlCefla JIG 0X5 regarding oJhsr details that -ney be including tiipose-1 siles for was TO material, and (ill rr.alcrial. D. Slir.et, P. Hng., Reaional Fnginccr Nalional .-nd Historic Parks FOR SALE IN PROGRESSIVE A berta town high! lane tawlin alley and six table poo' room. P> nrlce J12S.GW wilh tm.ir.cir available. Bookl avaJJJble for jnipt tion. For further informalion conta PRO AGENCIES LTD., Box tl, of a dear wife, Lena June, wlio passed away October 23, 1689. There is someone who misses you sadly in the house wliere you used to be. Someone who tried hard to save you But God willed it not to be. In tesrs I watched you suffe and slowly fade awav, God alone knows how much miss you as I watch Ih old house every dav. remembered bv he husband Bob and space for schools, parks urged The portion ot new subdivl sions reserved for parks schools and open shoul< be increased to 15 from 10 pe cent of the land being subdivided, the Alberta Urbar Municipalities Association de cided Thursday. Delegates to the annua AUMA convention here fel thai, particularly in larger cen Ires, there is not enough Ian (or leisure. One delegate said the large reserve requirement will municipal councils to provid land to school boards mor cheaply. The AUMA will ask (he jncial governmenl to amend Ih Planning Act lo increase th reserve requirement lo 15 Iron 10 per CSA APPROVAL COMING SOON Road Ranger Travel Irailer. Produ of Kit ufs [.luring Company, qua iiv built trailers since 19J5. Deal enquiries inviled. Kit Monufcclurin Rwd Ranger DMvcn, P.O. Box Idaho EilCi. Phorv? leave two injured Two Iraflic accidents in the city Thursday resuHed in a total of damage and two minor injuries. A total of SI, 200 drcmaee anc one injury resulted when cars, lolico said were driven by Leonard Ralph Bloomberg, 16 ol 1217 BUi St. N. and Msthew H. Hyde, 50, 1114 2-ith St. S. collid or! in the 300 block cf Scenic Drive shortly alter noon. Mr. Hyde received minor neck injuries and a toreheatV Shortly before p.m. a collision at the intersection o 13th St. and 7lh Ave. N. result cd in a fractured hand to James Dale Richards, 1122 plaj starts run Saturday The first performance of I musical play, The Pink SI mesc, by the Southmlnsler Ju ior Girls' Choir, will be he Saturday at p.m. Included in the program Ls rock opera, Joseph's Dreai ccat, to be staged by the Am Campbell Singers. Other shows are schedul for p.m. Saturday and 2; p.m. Sunday. Saturday's performance sold out, hut tickets for L other shows will be available Ihe Yales Mcmo-ial Centre b. office immediately prior to I performances. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES EARN MONEY IN SPARE TIME ArVen cr wo.Tren lo re-ilocfc a.-d colic Iror.i Ne.v Type high qual ccin-cperaled dispensers fn your fire IJo selling. To qualify, musl have ca references, sl.OM to ca Seven lo Iv-elve hcurs weekly can n excellent income. More Ml lime csidtllEh your route. For personal hrvlew write, including phcna numt B V. DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED Oepr. "A" 11W Tccirnueli Road, tail '.Vinditr 23, 17, changes plea Michael Kwartel, 17, of 60 10th St. S. was allowed t change his plea of guilty lo charge of breaking into th Lethbridge Collegialc Institut Oct. 3 to not guilty and wa remanded for one week whc he appeared in provincia judge's court Thursday. The change of pleas wa granled by' Judge L. W. Hud son following the submission o an application lo do so by defence counsel Prank TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS H THE 5URRCGATF COURT OF 50UTHFRN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LErnriRIOGE In Hie bstsle Cl DONALD HIRSCHE tate of City cf Lelhtriciqe, in Ih Provin'c cf Alcerta, died on {h djy cf TAKE NOTICE Ihot ail persons hav ing clalrri upon estate tf LARGF GARAGE APPROXIMATELY 100 ty W f. en Avenue Pic lure Bull- with rvoisl, Lome greasing equipment, steel bins. Idee! fcr mecli anical v.oric, Iralle- manufactur plant or service stall an, Priced vcr ai most inferested to sc due to 111 r.eal'h. LARGE MEAT PROCESSING PLANT In llnlving loulriern Alberla liwn. In eluding slauThfcr U acre 'and large locker. A winder oppcrl unity narvr-d muil file v.'Irh In1? Ln aersianed by Ihe ?7lh d.iy cf llovem tcr, a lull slatemenl cl going on tvintcr schedule Next M o n d a y, buses wi begin running on a winter sell dule, which includes an eitr [hour of service each day c I cept Sundny. The last bus on routes 1, 3 a; 4 will leave the downtown are at 10 p.m. Monday through Sa urclay. On routes 2 and 5, the la. bus will leave downtown p.m. The bus on route 3 will mak alternate runs on roulo 2 2 and p.m. Mo day through Wednesday a n Saturday, and al and 1 Thursday and Friday. The route 4 bus will make a E ternate trips, on route 4 at p.m. and route 5 at N.. and a total of 52.10 dam ages lo the Richard's car and a car, police said was driven hv Robert James Clark, 1320 151h St. S, at cash or property aller Bill Gorewich, agent fo the attorney general in I-eth brilge, opposed Mr. Llewelyn' request his client be released inlo the custody of his family. Mr. Kwartel is one of three youths charged in connection wilh the break-in at LCI whic resulted in about dam age. Bolli Timolhv John Cr.inley 18. of W13 lo'th Ave. S. ant Allen Joseph Wood, 16, of ISO 10th Ave. S. pleaded guilty 1 the charge and were sentenccc Oct. 12. Wood received a sentence o hvo years IMS a day with recommendation he be sent 1 Bowdcn. Mr. Cranley was sen tcnced to one year In a corrcc tional rellre Icr hcallh DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Darriilers and Solicitors Cl Ikim A I Ir.fhtrio-ge Alt-rfe 1 no-Bird White Spat J from modern duelling. OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE Phone 345-3534 SirCELLA Requiem mas for John Michael Mcgella, wh died ct Picture Butte Sunday Oct. 22. 1072, al the age o! 2 years, beloved son of Mr. am Mrs. Frank Mcgella of Lo n mond, was said ct 10 a.m Wednesday, Oct. 25, 1972, in SI Pclcr and Paul's Greet Cctholic Church wilh Rev t Father R. Xubach t li c cele 1 brant. Pall bearers wcr George Megalla, Willie an Jerry Crampl, Richard an V.'csley S t a n k o and Joh t Trncik. Interment was in Ih Mount Calvary section o d Mo'.mfain View Cemeleo s Christcnscn Salmon Funera Home Ltd., Directors of Funer n al Service, was in charge of Ih yesterday Dy TIIR CANADIAN PUESS F, n s t n n Conn. -Tfior Sikorsky, the Russinn-bor 3 aviation pioneer helped 75 CONTRACTS ALL REPAIRS CARPENTR' roiling specialiling In brir cement blcckF, finisriing, slu coln'j, enlaces, raising. 33 tail. the helicoplo Kalnil. Pfo Mohammed Alt, 78. an emincn Afghan liistnrinn. b Ihievcs at his PENCE CONSTRUCTION AND RE PAIR, BUILD INC CEWENT WORK, ALL TYPES HAU ING. PHONE STRANGLED KABUL (AP) An cmir.cn Afghan historian, Prof. F E H C E S, PATTO driveways, geraqes. cupbcflrds, frar Ing, finishing end form Freo c Guaranteed workmanihip. h loo imall. Phona 3 3 3- (W 97 er 04 lo dcalh by a group of thieve In his residence. 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