Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
3i MALE HELP I wiesuu, iv emonamA CARD OF THANKS WOLFE Otir sinceri thanks and appreciation to thi doctors, nurat's, Sisters, order r lies and staff of St. Michael'. 1 hospital for tlie wonderful can i given and tlie kindness anc sympathy, extended to us in oui i loss of a beloved husband, fath er and grandfather; to our rel atives, friends and neighbors for the Mass cards, flowers cards, food and calls. A specia, thank you to Father deBilly Father Field and Father Burn, and to the Ladies of the As sumption Catholic W o m e if s League who served Hie Jovelj lunch. Hazel Wolfe Marilyn and Marc Lemaj and family. Major R legislation women still receive .ower wages in many instances for performing the same tasks as men, Mr. Reierson said a general problem of m Rights w Study the new measui'es are enforceable. He gave no details. "There are two viewpoints OH women's Mr. Reierson said. "One is to enact laws protecting women employees and the other is that there should be absolutely no differentiation between men and women." jOn il') vijj DEATHS TOUGH Mary Bell, pass ed away suddenly Monday a tho Trail Regional Hospital 2 Trail, B.C., beloved daughte of Dr. and Mrs. McCulhun o New Dayton. She was born ii Olu'o and educated in Alberta She married Andrew Tough ii 1 1937 and .lived in Trail until thy (a) a certified cheque or bid bond n the amount of not less than OR (b) a certified cheque or an amount of not ess than of tender or bid bond In the amount of 0% of tender. Certified cheques are o be made payable to the Provincia Treasurer. The attenton of tenders a drawn o the "Pubic Works Page 2, Clause 9, which refers Io Forfieture of Security. The successful tenderer will be required to provide a certified cheque or negotiable or properly assigned Government, of Canada or Alberta Pro-v ncial Government Bonds for Ten per cent' of the contract or a Performance Bond. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. Tenders will be opened I n pub! c n the Department of Public North, with Pastor E. Moody officiating. Intennen will follow in the Family Plo in Archmcunt Memorial Gar dens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc tors cf Funeral Service. Give Ac NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) -Three stewardesses, part o the group of hostages held foi almost a week on the Jordan ian desert by Palestmiai Arab guerrillas, have prov ided a day-by-day account o the ordeal. "We thought at times we would die within the the stewardesses wrote. "One of the hardest things was nol knowing what was going on in the outside world and existing in a state of constant uncertainty." The stewardesses were aboard the TWA 707 hijacked to Jordan by Palestinian Arab guerrillas Sept. 6 on a flight from Tel Aviv to New York. They are Bettie McCarthy, Vicki McVey and Rosemarie Metzner. All live in the New York area. They described their week Oiis way: SUNDAY: One hour out of Frankfurt, a man waving a gun and a bomb, and a woman with a bomb, hijacked tlie plane. There were no threats to the passengers. Trie woman announced over the Intercom: "You are going to a friendly countiy and will be received by friendly people." When the plane landed in Jordan at the guerrillas' desert airstrip in the early evening, there was a joyous welcome given by the hijackers' compatriots. "Stay in your they ordered. Then the hijackers left the Tlie guerrillas who boarder! the plane took our passports and gave us landing cards to ill out. There was much tension, apprehension and uncertainty, that's for sure. But the guerrillas told us to be calm. MONDAY: We received1 the" irst hot meal this night. We lad chickens and beans, breakfast was cheese, bread and English biscuits. Our captors gave us a small burner to water. Wre were still passing food o the passengers and did so mtil Wednesday, when we organized them to serve That night the guerril-as took 40 women and ch.il-Iren off the plane and took hem to Amman. A Red Cross ifficial was permitted aboard or the first time. TUESDAY: Ws were al-owed to leave the plane for he first time and stretch our cgs. Meanwhile, Ihe guerril-as asked ma'i questions of lassengcrs who were found to lave duel citizenship The guerrillas pressed bout connections with the 1s-aeli military or anything to o with Israel at all. They were quite obsessed with this. We were outside the plane or about i% hours.. Itwas count Oj comfortably hot in the afternoon hours when the temperature rea'Jy soared outside, but it never got really stifling inside. At midnight tlie guerrillas took out six men and we never saw them again. WEDNESDAY: The excite-meat of the day was the landing of the hijacked British airplane at tlie airstrip. At about the same time rumors spread that there had been a few passengers aboard the hijacked jumbo jet when it was' blown up in Cairo. There was a problem aboard with a number of the religious Jewish passengers who were insisting on kosher meals. We organized toilet, garbage and water details among tlie passengers. We were allowed outside the plane hi the late afternoon. THURSDAY: We broke out the lifeboats and cut up the ropes to give to the kids. They jumped rope under the plane. A passenger, Patricia Ri-denhour of Charlotte, N.C., had her 28th birthday card written on tlie back of a menu. She received an extra bottle of water for the occasion. The guerrillas started opening the baggage in the belly of the plane. Each passenger had to go down during the search. Anything made in Israel or connected with Israel was taken away. Before dawn the guerrillas took off 10 men F Ordeal older boys. A sandstorm which lasted several hours began in tlie morning and so we didn't go out. Much fine sand filtered into the plane, adding to the discomfort. After dinner, tlie guerrillas told all the men to get off. This was done quickly. There was no panic among the women. The men were taken away to an unknown destination. During the entire time, there were five or six commandos who were guarding us. They stayed mostly in the first-class section and here passengers were questioned and food was distributed. Tlie guerrillas urged the people to keep calm tliroughout the whole time. We had organized' a talent show for this evening but it was called off when tlie men were taken away. Late hi the evening we were told we would be taken off next day. SATURDAY: Tho guards read out our names, then asked -us to sign out. The male hijacker, whom WG hadn't seen since the hijack" ing, came aboard and wished us good luck and said he was Sony for the inconvenience. We were taken to Amman where we were finally able to have a bath for the first time in a week. SUNDAY: We were flown out to Cyprus and freedom aboard a Red Cross plane. 394 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE adorable pets and would like to find s new home. 1218 3rd Ave. A S. Call 32B-3423, after 5 p.m. NURSES NEEDED! TOOti COUNTY HOSPITAL Shelby, Montana 59474 TERRIERS Champion sired. Registered. Pet, low, breeding stock. Noralfa Ken-e s. 11432-42 Avenus, Edmonlon. In-ulrles Welcome. HOB1NSON Funeral se vice for Harry Hobinson, Ka mond resident who died Fn day, Sept. 11, 1970, at the ag of 82 years, was held at 2 p.m Monday in the Raymond Thitt Ward LDS Chapel with Bisho Ronald H. Watson officiatinj Honorary pallbearers wer H. B. Snow, Kay Depew, H Matsugi, Orrm Turner, Jac Brown, Bud Anderson, C. Sudo C. Coppieters and Bill Attwood Active pallbearers were Pau Woolley, Joseph Linitski, How ard Brown, Dick Kinsey, Wi son Rolfson and Marion To lestrup. Interment was in th family plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was hi charge of the SMALL CHIHUAHUA-TYPE upples. Males female P Irons 28-7620. BOSTON BULL TERRIERS. fi8 femalej one male. Phcne ii3-309l or 653-3162. S2 EDUCATIONAL FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. Cansda'3 leading achool. National College, J24 dth AYS. S.E., Calgary, Alte. Phone 249-8322. BUSINESS of Eckville, Mrs. J (Edith) Fraser of Carmanga and Mrs. Fred (Vera) Stam of Enchant; 28 grandchildren 135 great grandchildren anc great great grandchildren four step grandchildren anc nine step great-grandchildr.en One son Lloyd predeceased her in 1937. Funeral services wer held in Joy's Funeral Chape! at Benkelman. Interment followed in the Benkelman Cemetery. HAS BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSi thousands are earning goed mons 3n the growing field of profession a 1 Income fax service. Now H R Block Canada's Ltrgest Income Tax Service Will teach you io preoare Income tax Returns In d special 12 wsek tuition courss. 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OF THANKS PASKUSKI We wish OIL t have an ooportunlty for an aq-essive man to lease aathy extended to us in our bereavement. Thanks to those who sent cards flowers and food; 0 Rev. Hankinson, the pall, bearers and Martin Brothers. A pecial thanks to tlie doctors, urses and staff of the Pass lospital and to those at tlie Foo' Hills Hospital, Calgary, for then-are given Fred, our belovec on and brother PaskusM Family. PRIVATE TUITION OH SU1TAR. Fred Kane. Phone 327-3897. VIOLIN STUDENTS PREPARED FOR Associate, Licentiate, Fellowship examinations. J. Navara, 327-3893. Edmonton. S. H. Kenworthy Deputy Minister of. Public Works EXPERIENCED MUSIC TEACHER requires students. Phone 327-1208 or call it 635 12th St. C N. Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Auckland, New SSealand Sir .eon Grotz, 78. former New Zealand high commissioner to Tledciing, Calif. Mrs. D. E. kandstal'f, Bing Crosby's moth-3r-in-law, of injuries suffered in a traffic accident Sept. 8. Princeton, N.J. Dr. Jacob yiner, 73, retired Princeton University professor of economics ind economic adviser to U.S. government agencies for more han 40 years, following s brief llness. Paris Christian Zerycs, 81, ne of the world's leading au-lorities on the work of Pablo 'icasso, following a heart ATTENTION PIANO STUDENTS! Private piano lessons given In Coei-dale. Week days and some evenings starting In October. Qualified axper-lenced teacher studied In Winnipeg under concert pianists. Writs or Phons-Box 179, CoaldaH, Alberta; S4S-333S or MS-M55. Patient Share Bond WINNIPEG (CP) Doctor and patient, shared a common bond both were in labor. .The story is told by Dr. Sheila Rothstein and Mrs. Fred Miller, her patient. Dr. Rothstein was in mild labor Sept. 4 when she went. to Misericordia Hospital to check on Mrs, Miller. When she found that her patient was likely to give birth within a few hours, she even though she was feeling contractions herself. Mrs. Miller gave birth to a daughter at 6 p.m. Dr. Rothstein paid a brief visit home, packed, and returned to the hospital, where she gave birth to a boy 1214 hours later. Four days later, doctor and patient, left the hospital with their MUSIC LESSONS Conservatory of lethbridge Prop. Vines Ditrich 't SRASS f REECS ELECTRIC BASS GUITAR PIANO INDIVIDUAL OR CLASS LESSONS HOURLY OR MONTHLY RATES PHONE 327.1790 Seer On Vietnc PARIS Mme. Nguyen Thi Binh, leader of the Viet Cong delegation at tlie Paris >eacs talks, said today she vould like to have secret contacts with the United States delegation to find a solution to the Vietnam war. But Mme. Binh, arriving here rom a summit meeting of non-ligned countries in Talks im Peace Zambia, and earlier talks witt! Viet Cong leaders in Vietnam, said U.S. cliief negotiator David Bruce has taken no such initia- ive for secret contacts. Mme. Binli, foreign minister n Viet Cong's provisional revo-ulionary government of South Vietnam, said that at the Lusaka meeting she gained "precious support and assistance" rom Latin American, Asiaia and African countries. But she said the Viet Cong position at the Paris falks remains mchanged. Answering a ques-ion, she said: "We are always to have secret talks with hs U.S. delegation to find a xsiceful settlement to the Viet-lam conflict. But Mr. Brace has o far taken no such initia-ive." Xuan Thuy, leader of the wth Vietnamese delegation, pretcd Mme. Binh at the and said "We are looking o a real start of the talks here, iut this depends mainly on 'resident Hison." LOANS ft AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone 328-3331. c widest facility available. vVe eon-der ALL TYPES of mortgage 'sans C161-1! SEWING BRESSMAKING, ALTERATIONS and Ironing dons. Phone 378-6911. WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS paired, odd lobs. Phone 327-6834. j MMf LOST AND DRIVES AND WALKS. 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