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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THt LtlHBRIDCt HEftAlD II, 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE BARDCR SHOP AND Beauty parlour, phone 327-3926, even- Ings 327-4034. MSV-II CASH INVESTMENT ON WELL secured city properly will mturn better than Write Box 20, Herald. 8533-29 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 323-3331. The widest facility available. .Ve con- sider ALL TYPES OF mortgage loans. C837-31 THE PEOPLE AT NIAGARA Really know now to handle your r Expert appraisal receive vice insures you'll receive maximum mortgage financing at a favourable rate, or you may obtain a bill con- solidation loan. Group Life Insurance available. No fuss, no delay. Call Niagara. THE NIAGARA COMPANIES Suite 1, 414 7th St. S. 327-8545 566 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS AXKNTY Passed away in Vancouver on Wednesday, Oc- tober 14, 1970, at the age of 75 years, Peter, beloved husband of Mrs. Anne Axenty of 7039 Main Street, Vancouver 15. Fu- neral services were held from St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Ihurch. Interment in Forest Lawn. X1732 75 CONTRACTS CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS CONCRETE WORK driveways, retaining U! work guaranteed. walls, 337-26J1. S-iOS-tf FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-B2BS. CHENERY Passed away in the city on Tuesday, Oc- tober 27, 1970, following a! lengthy illness, William, at' the age of 81 years, of 1116 13th St S., beloved husband of the lali Mrs. Beatrice Chenery. Fu neral arrangements will be an nounced when completed. Mai- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu neral Service. C868 BORGE RAVEN 1329 9th St. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, modelling and repairs. Phone 327-32 C6319 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMEN work and stuccoing. Anderson _ Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Av S. Phone 327-6482. C7377 OUTLOOK DRYWALL CO. LI Residential commercial. Texlu ceilings, Gyproc vinyl board. Cc plete drywall and steel studs, fho 328-65S2 anytime. C9804 CUSTOM FRAMING DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, CEMEN FLOORS, RENOVATIONS, RUMPU ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 32 8572 OR 327-3284. 1038 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the matter of the Estae of JOH KOVACS, late of Calgary, Albert Retired AMner, who died on the 171 day of September, 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons Ing claims upon the Estate of the abi named must file with the undersigr by the 26th day of November, '970, full statement of their claims securities held by ihem. J. LITTLEWOOD Deputy Public Trustee, 201 John J. Bowl en Bidg., 620 7th Avenue S.W CALGARY 2, Alberta. Ot NOTICE TO CREDITOR: AND CLAIMANTS In Ihe Estate of JOHN DOUGLAS BLENNER HASSETT, late of Ihe Clt of Lalhbridge, in the Province of Al" berta, who died on the 3rd day July, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons has, Ing claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersignec by the 26th day of November, A.D 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Alberta. Solicitors for tha Executrix. FOR SALE BY TENDER Estate of Silas Best, deceased. The administratrix of the above estate of- fers for sale by tender: 513 7 Street South 90J 8 Street South !W 7 street A South 70! 9 Ave. South If purchaser would like a block ol property from 7th Street Soulh to 7th Slreef A South facing 9th Ave South, arrangements can be made tor the purchase of 7CU 9fh Ave. Soulh as well and a tender should be submitted for 9th Ave. 5. along with the other tenders. Offers will be received for any one or more of liie above properties up to 1! o'clock noon on the 20IH day o! No- vember, 1970. State whether cash or terms. If terms indicate the terms. Tenders for one or more properties should be forwarded in a sealed en- velope marked "Tenders Silas Best in care of B28 6th Street South and accompanied by a certified cheque for of the offer. The highest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. Ail sales to be approved by the bene- ficiaries. Deposits will be returned to unsuc- cessful tenderers. PETER Passed away in the city on Tuesday, Octobei 27, 1970, following a brief ill- ness, Mina, at the age of 87 years, of 618 7th St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. Leon Peter. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C867 BOWER Passed away suddenly on Monday, October 26, 1970, Kenneth Wayne Bow- er, aged 22 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. David Bower, Pincher Creek. Born in Pinch- er Creek where he was raised and educated. At the time of lis death he was employed at the V and E Ltd. at the Shell Plant. Besides his parents he is survived by two brothers, Leon- ard and Michael and two sis- ers Shirley and Donna of Pincher Creek: his paternal grandmother. Mrs. M. Bower of ialgary; his maternal grand- mother, Mrs. E. Monti, Pinch- Creek. The funeral service be held in St. Michael loman Catholic Church, Thurs day at a.m., Hev. J Veisgerber officiating. Inlei ment, F a i r v i e w Cemetery "Yiends may meet for prayers n Eden's Funeral Home, Wed nesday (tonight) at p.m. In :eu of flowers, donations to thi Retarded Children's Fund, In are of Ames Insurance. Fu neral arrangements by Eden's Mineral Home Ltd., Pincher Ireek. C865 KARPIUK Passed awaj i the city on Tuesday, Oc- )ber 27, 1970, following ngthy illness, John, at the ge of 81 years of 114 2nd Ave. FUNERALS FOKSYTH Funeral sei vice for Mrs. Mary Jane Forsyth, beloved wife of Wil- liam Ross Forsyth of 904 7th St. A S. who died suddenly at her residence Saturday, Oct. 24, 1970, at the age of 75 years, was held at 4 p.m. Tuesday in "Mar tin Bros. Chapel" with Rex'.- Dr. R. Wi K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Edwin C. Ford, Alan Kimuer, Allan Arkinstall, George Trotter, P. F. Ponech and B. J. Mas- son. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. KOSKOWICH Requiem mass for Alfred Nicholas Koskowich, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Koskowich of Medi- cine Hat who died at Medicine Hat Oct. 20, 1970, at the age of 32 years, was said at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Peter's and St. j Paul's Greek Catholic Church with interment following in the Mount Calvary section M o u n tain View Cemetery Prayers were said at 8 p.m. Monday in "Martin Bros. Mem orial 703 13th St. N. Pallbearers were John Lynn, Whendlean Kambeitz, Leland C a h o o n, Alec and George Koskewich, Louie Dziedzic, Col- in Hauck and Phillip Smerek. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAM MRS. A. B. Administr MARSHAU 858 6th Street South. Breath Test Wording Ruled Out CALGARY (CP) Magis- trate John Harvie ruled here that wording of the standard cily police demand for a breath analysis lest fails to meet Ihe requirements of the Criminal Code. He acquitted Dale Chalmers, 23, of Calgary on a charge of refusing the test, but found the beloved husband of the late Mary Karpiuk. Born e Ukraine in 1890, the late r. Karpiuk came to southern Iberta in the early 1900's and orked for the C.P.R. for any years unlil retiring to ethbridge shortly after the Sec- id World Wai'. Survivors in- ude, three sons. Alex Karpiuk, eorge Wozak and John Wozak of New Dayton; four daugh- Mrs. M. 0. (Mary) Noss d Mrs. J. F. (Pauline) ibak of Lethbridge, Miss ate Wozak and Mrs. Annie ffe both of New Dayton; 18 andchildren and five great- andchildren. He was also edeeeased by one son-Paul in 56, and one brother, Peter rpiuk in 1963. The funeral rvice will be held on Friday 2 p.m. in "Memorial Chap- ei 703 13th St. N.. with Rev. Father N. Diadio celebrant. In- terment will follow in SI. Pat- rick's Cemetery. Martin Bros. I Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- j vice. C869 passed away in Ponoka on Monday, Oclober 26th. 1970, at the age of 90 years, beloved wife of the late Mr. John Buga of Lelhbridge. Mrs, Buga was born in Hun- jgary, June 34, 1880 and came ito Canada in 1908. She was I married lo John Buga in June I 11918 in Lelhbridge. Her bus-1 band was a coal miner and worked at the No. 6 mine until 1927, when they moved to Red Deer, where they farmed until 1948, when they retired and moved back to Lethbridge. Af- ter her husband's passing in GRUNINGER Funeral ser- vice for Victor Gruninger, be- oved husband of Mrs. Olive Sruninger of Magrath who died suddenly at Magrath Friday, Oct. 23, 1970, at the age of 60 'ears, was held at 2 p.m. Tues- day, Oct. 27. 1970, in the Ma- ;rath LDS Chapel with Bishop B. Tanner officiating. Hon- orary pallbearers were Wallace Dudley, Alex Poulson, Wallace Austin and Mike Schneyder. Active pallbearers were Wayne Robinson, Louis and Frank Triscli, Lawrence Fellger, frvin Milliner and John Schney- der. Interment was in the Ma- grath Cemetery. Christenseu Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors .of Funeral Sendee, was in charge of the arrange- ments. loving memory of a dear son and brother, Lawrence Douglas (Butch) Hall, who passed away October 28th, 1944. A cluster of beautiful mem- ories Sprinkled with a million tears, Wishing God had spared you, Just a few more years. In our hearts your memory lingers Always tender, fond and true. There's not a day goes b y Butch, We do not think of you. We laugh, we smile, we play the part, But behind it all lies a broken heart. remembered, sad- ly missed by mom, brother Jim and family of Edmon- ton. 908G Three Men Held Natural Gas Plan Rejected WASHINGTON (CP) Rejection of Northern Natural Gas Co. plan to bring large amount! of Canadian natural gas into the United States is recommendev in an initial deci- sion by Federal Power Com- mission examiner. The ruling by Howcll Purdue is subject to review by the full commission. The decision concludes that the million Canadian pro. ject "is uneconomic, would con- stitute an unjustifiable expendi- ture of resources and would not serve the public convenience and necessity." Northern, of Omaha, Neb., had proposed to import up to 508 million cubic feet of natural gas a day through a 561-mile pipeline, to run from a point on the North Dakota-Saskatchewan QUITO CAP) Authoritie: IN MEMORIAMS DUNN In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Bert, who passed away October 28th, 1959. Eleven years have passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay; A million words cannot ex- press Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. remembered and iad- leld three men today in the ke of the kidnapping Ecuador's air force chief, bu here was no word of the vie im. Truckloads of soldiers pa rolled Quito and other cities as .he army and national police searched fcr Gen. Cesar Rohn Sandoval, 45, abducted by sev eral persons from his car Tues. day morning. President Jose Velasco Ibarra declared martial law. The army stopped publication of four large newspapers, and paratroops oc- cupied broadcasting stations. Ail-ports were closed, and the highways were under military control. There were many ar- rests. The country was under curfew from 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. Cabinet ministers and high military officers met when they learned of the abduction, and they suspended ceremonies hon- oring the 50th anniversary of the air force. Those arrested included the sons of former vice-president Jorge Zavala Baquerizo, who was ousted by Velasco Ibarra when the 77-year-old president established a dictatorship last grandchildren. 9M7 caram, who fled to Panama after the presidential coup. guilty of impaired driving, lii she lived at Acres Ledge until the Green 1965, when fined him 5400 and suspended was iecnse ,lncT Hungarian 01, his driver's iiionlhs. The magistrate did not elab- orate on how the demand, read from a card used by all city police, failed to meet require- ments. Pantie-Hose Plague MliLBOURNi; (Router) Hundreds of, office girls have been struck by a mystery pant- ill health necessitated her hos- pitalization. She was s member ld Timers Club. Left to mourn her pass- ing are her son John Buga of Red Deer and grandchildren William J. Buga, Rosemary, Margaret and Sylvia. Funeral services will be held in the Rclhlen Presbyterian Church (10 Ave. and 10 St. N.) on Thursday, Oclober 29lh at 2 p.m., with Rev. L. D. Hankin- officiating. Interment will WILLS In loving memory of Charles Austin (Tommie) Vills. who passed away Octo ier 28, 1969 The face I love is missing, [he voice I love is stilled, A place is vacant in my heart that never can be 'ailed; Such pain he bore so patient ly. for quite a wean while. He kept his sweetness to the end, with a brave am: loving smile. And when God took him Himself, and hushed his heart to sleep, So peaceful was his loving face, it seemed a shame to weep. Take care of him as he lakes his rest, For on earth to me he wa? the best. remembered by his wife Ann and family. 9093 Low-Lead Fuels Order Issued WASHINGTON follow in Hie family plot in the M o u n tain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said at the '-stocking plague Tire girls Chapel on Wednes- natched then- tights October aith (todav) al dent Nixon has ordered all fed- eral vehicles to use low-lead or unleaded gasoline wherever practical and asked the gover- nors of all the states to do the same with slat e-o w n e d ve-: hides. The order will affect federal government-owned cars I ,'LeeL !'.a" wllh a smart Jack' Government Wage Pact Under Fire OTTAWA (CP) Dr. John Young, chairman of the prices and incomes commission, agair oday criticized a recent federa government wage settlement substantially higher sala- ies to government-employed economists. Dr. Young figured the in- crease, with fringe benefits, as amounting to between 11 and 13 per cent, and said this is "im- possible to justify" and "con- trary to the .best interests of Canadians generally." His letter to L. W.. C. S. Barnes, executive director of the Professional Institute of the Public Service, released by the commission, noted that govern- ment-employed economists and other professionals are entitled to overtime pay, and said this is not common practice in private industry employing such profes- sionals. "The general practice is that professional and other employ- ees earning salaries in the vi- cinity of a year are paid for accomplishment and attain- ment of objectives, regardless of the hours spent." border near Oungre, SasL, North Branch, Minn. Estimated cost of Northern proposed facilities in the U was APPLICATION DENIED Purdue noted his decision fi_ lowed closely the denial by ti National Energy Board of Ca ada of the application by tl Canadian companies involvec with Northern to export natur gas to Northern. He said the record does m snow whether there are proc dures for the possible reopenin of proceedings decided by th Canadian board, although one o h e companies, Consolidate Natural Gas Ltd., was repoi-l.ec planning to reapply. He said this conceivably coul ead to modification or supple mentation of the Canadia board's report. Under the proposal, Norther would have received the Cana dian gas at the border from Consolidated, a Canadian corpo ration and subsidiary of North ern. The gas would be purchase in Alberta by Consolidated an Northern and transported to the U.S.-Canada border by Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd. and Consolidated Pipe Lines Co., an other Canadian subsidiary Northern. COST Consolidated Pipe Lines' pro- ject was estimated to cos Northern's two Canadian sub- Lower Interest Rate Suggested For Fanners CALGARY (CP) Len Wor- ry, a Progressive Conservative ULA, said Tuesday that Alber- a Treasury Branches should ower their interest rales on oans to businesses and farm- ers. The move Would be in line with a request to chartered ianks last week by Finance Sdgar Benson and would com- >al. expected high rates of un- mployment this winter. Lower rates would stimulate onstruction and business, par- icularly in small communities nd farming areas. sidiaries are not subject lo FPC jurisdiction. Purdue concluded that the de- libcry cost of Canadian gas at North Branch would be consid- erably higher than depicted by Northern. He said he found it would cost 64 cents a thousand cubic feet the first year, 52.4 cents in the fourth year. These costs, he said, compare with 39.7 cents to Northern at North Branch for gas transported from traditional supply areas in the South- western U.S. In Calgary, the vice-president and general manager of Consoli- dated Natural Gas a sub- sidiary of Northern Natural, said the examiner's report would have no effect on the company's plans lo reapply Ic the national energy board. J. R. Brady said the exam- iner's decision is only an in- terim measure and the power commission wiU receive more submissions and oral arguments before the final decision is made. The commission often disa- grees with the examiner, he said. After the Consolidated appli- cation was rejected by the en- ergy board last month, the com- jany said it would reapply and ,ts brief would reflect additional jas reserves. "It would appear the decision did not reflect .the trillions of eet of reserves discovered in 1970, and as a result..." Veterans Promised Generous Bill OTTAWA (CP) The Com nons Tuesday was promisee 'generous and human" legisla ion for war veterans early in Ms session by Veterans Affairs linister Jean-Eudes Dube. Mr. Dube, in a fresh approacl or a cabinet minister involve; n House debate, admitted sue! igislation had been too slow oming. "If the wheels of justice are he said, "lha wheels of 'arliament are even slower." The minister spoke during lis session's first opposition ay, when opposition parties are Hotted the time usually de- oted1 to government legislation debate a subject of their own losing. Tuesday was the Conserva- ves' day, and leadoff speaker ack Marshall (PC-Humber-St. eorge's-St. Barbe) moved that re Commons urge the govern- ent to implement soon the rec- mmendations approved by the ommons committee on vet- ans affairs last spring. OVES AMENDMENT Stanley Knowles North chipped in th an amendment urging pen- on increases be made retroac- at least back until April this year. Mr. Marshall said that while "burned-out" veterans were re- ceiving monthly allowances of S105 for single persons and for married, the government- was squandering million on Information Canada h e money-eating pro- duce political propaganda. Mr. Francis said two of the committee's major recommen- dations had been establishment of a pensions appeal board and special pensions for veterans se- verely disabled. Mr. Knowles said "almost the first legislation brought into the House by, the g o v e r n m e n t should have been the bill imple- menting these improvements in the veterans legislation." It has been agreed by every- one, he said, that Hong Kong veterans with any disability should be treated as baring a 48 jer cent disability so his pen- sion will automatically be 50 per cent and his widow will auto- matically be entitled to a pen- sion. Jack Bigg laid the greatest reward Can- ada can give its war heroes is lot a red ribbon, but decent reatment for themselves and heir families after the battle is iver. throughout the United States. Russell Train, chairman of the president's council on envi- ronmental quality, said the pur- poses of Ihe regulation are two- fold: "To reduce air pollution and lo increase the market for gaso- low-l e a d and unleaded line." Train said il is Imped the gov- ernment move refiners lo make encourage et that fits smoothly, comfort- ably over everyfhing. Fascinating border in tweed- effect. Knit jacket, from neck down, in one piece. Mainly stockinette. Use worsted. Pal- lei'n 7349: sizes 32-34, FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add J5 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing such fuels I "nd sPccial handling to hinchbrcaks. Acidic fallout from I of Funeral I'Hy factories is blamed. Low-lead fuels, lie said, re- duce hydro-carbon emmissions seven to 20 per cent] THE LETITBIUDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited BO Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario. EATON'S Save 40% Diamond Ring Mounts Reg. 32.50 to 225.001 Have your precious diamonds mounted in an exquisite sel- ling to enhance their beauty even more. Let Eaton's do it for you. have a collection of 30 ring mounts in 14k yellow gold with 18k while gold set- see how much more appealing your rings enjoyment plus lasting beauty. Sol- ings or oil 18k while gold. You'! will become, giving you years of ling costs included. SALE, each 19 135 No Down Payment When You Use Your Eaton's Budget Chorga. Main Floor Eaton's Thursday Store Hours 9 to 9. Buy Line 328-8811. ;