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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 50 THC LtTHBRIDG! Thursday, October 29, 1970 PUBtIC 66 Births, Deal Cards Q In Met DEATHS FLETCHER awa> Thursday, October 28, 1970 Francis Willard Fletcher, o Victoria, B.C., beloved husbanc of Mrs. Ethel Fletcher. He i; survived by two sons Stan anc Earl of Victoria, B.C. and one daughter Pauline Lapp at Van couver, B.C. 9180A 110WELL Wednesday, October 28, 1970, George Charles aged 61 years, beloved husbanc of Mrs. Kale Howell, Milo. Services at the Milo Community Hall, Friday 2 Mrs. E. Howie officiating. Intermenl Milo Cemetery. Vulcan Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements. Funerals, S f Thanks, I noriams DEATH KAKPlUK Passed away in the city on Tuesday, Octobei 27, 1970, following a lengthy illness, John, at the age of 81 years of 114 2nd Ave. S., beloved husband ot (lie lale Mrs. Mary Karpiuk. The funeral service will be held on Friday at 2 p.m. in "Memorial Chapel" 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Father N. Diadio officiating. Interment will follow in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at "Memorial Chapel" 703 13th St. N., phone: 328-2361, Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. pwfl NEW BRITISH HIGH COMMISSIONER TAKES OVER Peter Hayman, 56, new British high commissioner to Canada settles in to his new office at Youth P and-white sun u m b r e 1 1 a s. Many of the visitors preferred to leave these down to "catch a little sun." The caddies pushed their guesls anywhere Ihey for a one-hour visit. This often included a quick stop in the zoo's tea room, where the visitors more than once insisted on treating the caddy to an ice cream or cold drink. VERSATILE: DAKCC SAND FOR BARLEY AND OATS Tender; are Invited for the supply slon. Phont ten 327-6817 or Del 327 6414. CALGARY (CP) Bolh the young and the old enjoy the so what could be better than a see-the-zoo project lhat brings the two together. j During the summer, 75 teen-agers 'volunteered their time to usher groups of senior citizens around the Calgary zoo in and they turned into rare outings that both the teen-agers and more than 900 senior citizens will long remember. "Some of the older people I met hadn't been anywhere in almost three years and they were so thrilled to get said Susan Van Allen, 16, a Grade 12 student who took part in the program. She'd like to see the program continued nexl summer and, if funds could be made available, to see it expanded. "II would be really great if we could extend the program to include visits by crippled children." The see-the-zoo project was co-ordinated by the Canadian Red Cross in Calgary and financed by a grant from the manpower and immigration department. High school students who volunteered received only 75 cents for lunch money and bus tickets. MANY TURNED DOWN The Red Cross office had to turn down many applications and were forced to schedule students for only two or Ihree mornings a week to give as many as possible a chance to work. "We were helping said Susan. "I think we were more highly rewarded 67 SERVICES AND DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmansh p Phone Lelhbridge Alberta the Research Sub-S talon Onefour (Many Alberta. bushels No. 1 feed barley 10, 000 bushels to be. delivered to the Re search Sub-station at Onefour (Many and bushels lo the Re search Station, Lethbridge, Alberta. 3.000 bushels of Extra No. 1 feed oats to be delivered to the Research Sta tlon, Lethbridge, Alberta. Tenders on bushels and over will be considered. Samples are re quired. Quotations will close 12 o'clock noon Monday, November 9th 1970. For fur (her information and quotation request forms contact: C. G. SCHOENING, Assistant Administration Officer, Canada Agriculture Research Station, Lethbridge, Aiberla. Phone 327-1561. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate daters, etc, Same-day service. 1233 2nd S. Phone 328-51 U GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SING er machines, competent adjustments lo all other makes. Free home esti mate Phone 327-2243. Singer Co. o Canada, College Mall. Clan On Jnfla WELLINGTON, N.Z. (AP) Tough new economic restraints intended to combat inflation and increase government income were announced by New Zealand Finance Minister Robert Muldoon today. Muldoon, in a special statement to the House of Representatives, announced a temporary surcharge on personal income tax of Wi pel- cent for the current and next financial years. This is estimaled to yield million N.Z. (around million Canadian) for a full fiscal year. Tax increases on tobacco will drive up the price of 20 cigarettes by six cents to 40 cents. The higher tobacco taxes are expected to raise million in a full year. (The New Zealand dollar is equal to about In Canadian Down tion An increase in gasoline taxes of seven cents a gallon will be shared with local governments, which will get three cents for special assistance. Railway freight charges will rise 12 per cent and fares by 10 per cent. Postal charges will go up 20 per eenl. Muldoon said the government's aim is to minimize cost and price increases within New Zealand and keep its export industries competitive. He announced' added restrictions on private and local-government construction work, a higher reserve-bank borrowing rate, tighter limits on finance company operations, higher interest rates for government and municipal securities and tighter consumer credit requirements. MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No job loo large or too small. LE TM BRIDGE APPLIANCES, 90S 3rd Ave S. Phone 327-4456. 69A WINTER SALE BY TENDER Estate of Silas Best, deceased. The administratrix of the above estate offers for sale by tender: 913 7 Street South 904 8 Street South 904 7 Street A South 702 9 Ave. South if purchaser would like a block of property from 7th Street South to 7th Street A South Facing 9th Ave. South, arrangements can be made for the purchase of 70J 9th Ave. South as wel and a fender should be submitted for 70J 9th Ave. S. along with the other tenders. Offers will be received for any one or more of the above properties up to 12 o'clock noon on the 20th day of November, 1970. State whether cash or terms. If terms indicate the terms. Tenders for one or more properties should be forwarded In a sealed envelope marked "Tenders Silas Best in care of 82B 6th Street South and accompanied by a certified cheque for of the offer. The highest cr any tender not necessarily accepted. All sales lo be approved by the beneficiaries. Deposits will be returned to unsuccessful tenderers. MRS. A. B. MARSHALL Administratrix 823 6th Street South. WARM WELOME AWAITS YOU AT Queen Victoria Inn. ideal winter furnished accommodation. Indoor healeo pool, sauna, downtown, near parks. With or without meals. OH reason rates: Mr. P. G. Hartnell, Mgr., 655 Douglas St., Victoria. 70 PETE'S ROTOTILLING. PHONE 323-8764. Funeral service for Joseph Zugo, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Alice Zugo who died in the aty Sunday, Oct. 25, 1970, after a long illness at the age of 70 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the "Martin Bros. Chapel" with Bishop L. F. Low officiating. Pallbearers were Morry and Jim Danielson, Charles Szak, Joseph Papp, John Vaselenak and Alex Brown. Interment was in the Field of Honor in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. REPASZKI Requiem mass for Andrew Repaszki, beloved husband of Mrs. J ii 1 i a. Repaszki of 125 8th Ave. A S.-who died in the city Sunday, Oct. 25, 1970, at UK age of 36 years, was said at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church with Rev. Nicholas Diadio Ihe celebrant. Pallb carers were Mike Koszo, Joseph Petinka, Louis Bodnar, Sarkas Balazs, Frank Huszar and Joseph Ko-vacs. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phone 327-7398 or 327-2438. Canada (Takes New Precautions MONTREAL (CP) Air Canada announced Wednesday it has installed weapon-detecting devices at Montreal interna tional airport as a TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 327-7396 or 327-2438. At High River, Tuesday, October 27, 1970, Miss Mabel Ramsay, aged 77 years, of High River. Survived by her sister, Mrs. V. B. (Ethel) Sea-ger, Barnwell, Alta.; her brother, James D. Ramsay, Coutts, Alta. and niece, Mrs. G. (Ellen) Weinheimer, Moose Jaw, Sask. and nephew, Pat Ramsay, Coutts. Miss Ramsay was a long-time resident of High River and a member of Ihe teaching staff of the High River Elementary School until her retirement in 1963. Services by Rev. D. G. Jackson from St. Benedict's Anglican Church, High River, Saturday 11. a.m. Interment to follow at Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge, Saturday 3 p.m. Snod-grass Funeral Home Ltd., in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, donations' may be made to the charitable organization of vour choice. WELL ROTTED MANURE AND GOOD top soil for sale. 328-3289. FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR-GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2094. HALF PRICE WHILE IT LASTS Ihs. manure, S10 delivered. Phone 327-2207. FALL CLEAN-UP. ALL KINDS OF junk hauled away. Tree trimming and odd jobs. Phone 327-2641. MAKES YOUR GARDEN READY FOR spring. Use machine-ground manure in handy 75 Ib. plastic bag. si. 50 By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) Things a columnist might never know if he didn't open his mail: Children born to mothers over 35 years old are twice as likely to have some kind of abnormality as those born to younger mothers. Slightly more than two per cent of the children of the oider mothers have birth defects. If a mosquito doesn't buzz, it can't hurt you. Only the female of. the species buzzes and has a beak fitted for piercing. The male is a harmless and innocent bystander but he gets swatted on anyway. Speaking of nature, can you name two sea creatures which have no backbone? Neither the starfish nor the jellyfish has. Living longer: An average lifespan of 96 years may be possible well bsfore the end of the century, some experts predict on the basis of geron-tologic research now under way. They hold out the possibility that this added longevity will enable men to have two careers instead of one. BRAINS HELF Mind over matter: How smart you are may determine how much you are affected by psychosomatic illnesses, those in which mental stress result in a physical disability. Such a disability, says Dr. John B. Reckless of the Duke University Medical Centre, is likely to be more prolonged in persons of below-average intelligence. Definition: Comedi enne Joan Rivers told Jules Podell of the Copacabana Hotel that "a liberated woman is simply one who wants to be treated with tender, loving care." The odds: If you drive an average of miles a year, the chances are one in that you will be involved in a fatal accident in your lifetime, one in if you average. miles, and one in if you average miles. It was Mark Twain who observed, "No real gentleman will tell Ihe naked truth in the presence of ladies." 7422 W-jk FTGte This friendly little girl arrives with her own dawn-to-dark wardrobe. Fun to make! Your favorite child will spend tiappy hours dressing this wide-eyed doll with a NINE piece wardrobe. Pat. 7422: transfer, pat. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add IS cents for each aattern for first-class mailing and handling to THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Jack Barclay, the company's regional security director, saic in an interview "other majoi Canadian airports will have similar devices installed within a week, black metal bars between which a passenger must walk. A meter registers the amount of metal carried by the passenger and is set so that a smal quantity, such as a set of keys will not set the device off.' "Signs will be placed at appropriate places telling passengers that they may be required to submit to hand-baggage inspection and weapon Mr. Barclay said. Air Canada was the victim of a hijacking in Sept., 1968, when Charles Lavern Beasley, a 22-year-old Texan, attempted to force the pilot of a Viscount en route from Saint John, N.S., to Toronto to fly him to Cuba. Bea-s ey, who held the crew at gunpoint for m'ore than three hours while Ihe plane was being refuelled in Montreal, was convinced by an RCMP officer to give himself 71 POULTRY AND FRIERS PAN READY 37 CENTS per Ib. on dozen lot. Free delivery. Custom killing. Hellmum Dyck, Coaldale. Phona 345-3224. for a pay cheque in a factory for the summer." She said she and the other as they 72 PETS AND POODLES FOR SALE. PHONE 32B-Z4B1. PEKINESE PUPS FOR SALE. EIGHT weeks old. Phone 756-3403. any problems with the generation gap. She's gone back several times since to visit many new friends. "Several of the people I met are all alone with no family and not even any distant relatives." The Red Cross supplied Ihe wheelchairs, which were ex-Ira-equipped with bright St. 50 each. Phone 327-7089. THREE PUPPIES, TWO MONTHS nld, to be given away. Phone 234-2224, Fort Macleod. FOR SALE TWO YEAR OLD REG-tstered female Dachshund, sso. Phone 327-5589. Passed away in the city on Tuesday, October 27, 1970, following a brief illness, Mina. at the age of 87 years of 618 7th St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. Leon Peter. Born in Switzerland the late Mrs. Peter came to Naicam, Saskatchewan in 1922 and in 1900 moved to Lethbridge. She is survived by one son, Leon Peter, of Lethbridge and three daughters, Miss Germaine Peter and Mrs. F. (Mina) Droste of Lefchbridge and Mrs. Martha Finlayson of Vancouver; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren and three sisters in Switzerland. Requiem mass will be celebrated on Saturday at 10 a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Rev., Father M. Gillis O.M.I, celebrant. Interment will in Mountain View Ceme-.ery. Prayers will be said on Friday at p.sn. in St. Patrick's Church. Those who wish may pay their respects at 'Martin Bros. Chapel" 812 3rd S. Phone: 328-23B1. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. REGISTERED DACHS H U N D S Black and tan pair, two years old, Three male black and tan puppies. Call 327-3395; after 5 p.m., 338-8340 or 867-3850. Rom Flying Aroun LONDON (AP) Rumors of romance between Princess Anne and Crown Prince Carl Gustav of Sweden aren't new to Buckingham Palace, a royal spokesman said today. "Prince Carl Gustav has been mentioned as has about every marriage-ble prince in he said. Suzy, society columnist: of the New York Daily News, today reported "exciting rumors" flying around Rumors' d TJie Palace is giving for the 24-year-old bachelor prince. Suzy added that Anne has been invited to Stockholm next Spring "when Carl Gustav officially comes of but the palace spokesman said that was news to 73 BUSINESS OF THANKS LOiUAS I wish lo thank the doctors, nurses and staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for the care and attention I received while a patient there. Also sincere thanks to my many friends for their visits, flowers and cards. Amy Lomas. SELLING HI WAY CONFECTION-ery, corner store with living quarters attached, Taber, Alberta. 223-2B52. FOR SALE BARBER SHOP AND Beauty parlour. Phone 327-3S26, evenings 327-4034. CASH INVESTMENT ON WELL secured city property will icturn better than Write Box 20, Herald. Weed Out Incompetent Teachers EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta T e a c li e r s' Association says it hopes to establish a system for de-certifying incompetent teachers. The association would like to establish a committee to hear com plaints of incompetence against teachers, ATA president Ivan Stonehocker told a news conference. The committee would have the right to fire or help the teachers. Mr. Stonehocker said changes in provincial legislation would be needed before this could be BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tells VOU how. Phone 328-3434, Columbia School of Broadcasting. CONFECTIONERY CLOSE TO 56 suiter plus fresh Inventory of approximately Volume increasing daily. Phcns 328-2336, after 1 p.m. MEMORIAMS PARKER In loving memory of my dear husband. Arthur, who passed away October 29, missed by Ellen and all the family. 9141 ZIMMERMAN In loving memory of a dear mom and grandma, Miranda, who passed away October 28, 1964. The evening stars shine on file grave Of one we loved, but could not save. Peacefully sleeping, free from pain God bless you 'til we meet again. remembered b v j her husband Chester, son Donald and daughter Arlie and family. Piano Features Of Concert The second concert in the 1970-71 University of Lethbridge Concert Series will feature cellist Edward Bisha and pianisl Louise Chapman in a performance Nov. 4 al Ihe Vales Memorial Cenlre. The concert, to start at p.m., will feature works by j Vivaldi, Debussy, Ravel, Nin and van Goens. I Professor Bisha. professor of cello at the University of Sas- j katchewan, Saskatoon, studied at the Juilliard School of Music, has been principal cellist with the Halifax Symphony Orchestra and CBC Halifax Radio Orchestra, and has done solo cello work over Ihe CBC nelwork. Miss Chapman, assistant professor of music al the University of Lethbridge, studied in Brandon, the U.S. and Europe, :aught for five years at the Brandon College of Music and also performed over the CBC radio nelwork. Tickets for the concert are i available at Leister's Music Store and Ihe university general 74 LOANS SCHWARTZ i AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331. Tht widest facility available. fJe consider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. ANNE palace because the Queen was inviting her 20-year-old daughter to a luncheon she Auction Sales COALDALE (HNS) Town and district residents will have; :he opportunity lo attend rcgu-! ar weekly auction sales here commencing 7 p.m. Wednes- i day, Ocl. 28, in the Coaldale' Trading Post. They will continue every i Wednesday. j The Coaldale Kinsmen and the Coaldale Rotary clubs will sponsor sales. Les Handley will conduct the sales. All proceeds, after expenses, are going lo communily pro-ects, preferably lo the Coal-la le Sportplcx. 75 CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd Jobs. Phone 327-6834. Passed away n the city on Tuesday, October 27, 1970, following a lengthy llness, William, at the age of il years of 1116 13th SI. S.. be-oved husband of Ihe late Mrs. Beatrice Chenery. Born in Eng-and the late Mr. Chenery came o Lelhbridge in the early 900's and assisted in building he high level railway bridge, le served overseas with the Canadian Army in the First World War, returning to in 1927. Ur.til retiring in he early 1960's he was for i many years a well known gardener for the City of Lethbridge. Survivors include one son Douglas William Chenery and a daughter, Miss Gwen rjhenery of Lethbridge and five grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. Tlie funeral ser-rice will he held on. Friday at p.m. in "Martin Bros. Chap- i 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. I T. King officiating. Inter-nent will follow in the Field of lonor, Mountain View Ceme-ery. In lieu of flowers, those vho wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society or harity of their choice. Anyone vishing lo pay their respects nay do so at "Martin Bros. Chapel" 812 3rd Ave. S'. Phone: 28-2361. Please note courtesy arking at rear of chapel. Mar-in Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu-eral Service. Have Chance To Invest CONCRETE WORK Steps, driveways, retaining walls, patio. All work guaranteed. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-8206. BORGE RAVEN 1329 9th St. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re- modelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. Officer To Allend Calgary Meet Bill Falconer, the city's safety officer, will attend" a j meeting of the Alberta Cities Safety Association in Calgary h s week. Two meetings are held each vear of safety officers from the 10 Alberta cities. While in Calgary Mr. will tour the" city's j new secondary sewage treal-nent plant. lie hopes lo become acquainted with some of lie safety problems involved >eforc L e t hbridge's secondary j sewage plant goes into opera- 1 ions next fall. i Fair March 20-21 The 1971 annual Lethbridge Regional Science Fair will be leld March 20-21 in Lethbridgo. The science fair is open to all nteresled students in Grades 2, and is sponsored by the Lethbridge branch of the Agri- i Institute of Canada and the Alberta Institute of: The purpose of the fair is lo timulate an interest in science miong local students, and loj wovide a challenge for their j'eativily. Students and teachers are rc-ninded il is not too early lo 'Ogin preparation for the 1971 rojecls. Entry forms are vai able at schools or from L. I j. Lulwick. Lethbridge Re-earch government said Wednesday it has reserved million of its recent million debenture issue for buyers in the province. Provincial Treasurer A. 0. Aalborg said the reserve was set aside because of requests Lhat Albertans should have Ihe :irst chance al Ihe debentures. The 20-year issue is the second direct capital borrowing irogram of the government :his fiscal year, bringing the total to million. Mr. Aalborg said he anticipates no dined borrowing his year. The latest issue has an inter-es. rate of 8% per ccnl. GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoinq. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phonft 327-6682. _ In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Merton (Lefty) Blanchard, who passed away October 29, 1968. Two years have passed since lhat sad day. i H was God's will lhat you siiould not slay: i A million words cannot ex- press. Our heartache, sadness and 1 loneliness remembered bv Vi, Larry, Edna and Shawn. 1 PI OUTLOOK DRYWALL CO. LTD. Residential commercial. Textured ceilings, Gyproc vinyl board. Complete drywali and steel studs. F-hone 328-6542 anytime. CUSTOM FRAMING DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, CEMENT FLOORS, RENOVATIONS, RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 328- i 8572 OR 327-3284. B03B-lf Anglicans Richer LONDON Renter The Church of England has increased income by 78 per cent i over 10 years despite a drop in membership. Income rose from Ihe equivalent of about million in 1958 to about million in 1968, The Guardian newspaper reports. This represented a per-capita increase of more than 100 per cent as membership decreased from 2.2 million to more tban 1.9 million over the same 10-year Yesterday li.V THE CANADIAN PRESS Bridgetown, Dr. Hugh Cummings, 79, premier of i Barbados from 1958 to 1961. t Librettist Giovacchino F roraano, 87, famous for his lyr- cs of operas by Puccini, Mas- i cagni and Leoncavallo. REBELS DIE FORT LAMY (Renter) rrench and Chad troops killed 3 rebel tribesmen in a new ;lash in northern Chad, the command said j ?aid. oicrcday. Four rebels also vere captured, the Kills 300 DACCA (Reul.or) The death oil from the cyclone that hit Sast Pakistan last Friday rose o 300 Wednesday and officials aid 6-1 persons slili are miss-ng. SLEEP LEARNING No matter what the ads say, i earning during seep has not M yet been proved. NOW YOU CAN SHOP 24 HOURS A DAY STARTING TONIGHT, THURSDAY AT 9 P.M. LOTS OF FREE PARKING PARKER'S GIGANTIC AUCTION SALE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION BUY AT YOUR PRICE AUCTION CONTINUES UNTIL EVERYTHNG IS SOLD FREE DRAW FREE COFFEE AUCTIONEERS Herb Christie, lie. No. 23 1; Johnny Charllon, Lie. No. 293; Jerry Hammond, Lie. No. 406; and Dell Jordan ;