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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Froo one cute little puppy weeks old. 328-3993. Seven 47-18 Three female, trained kittens. Phone 328-9464. two male house- to be given away. 9671-18 90 CONTRACTS Give away part German Shepherd part Husky to farm home. Ten months old. Phone 328-3507.124-20 Purebred Doberman pups. Registered sire. Four males, two females. Excellent pet or guard. 752- 3398. Raymond. 9704-18 Musi reduce stock before winter Purebred poodles, six months to years. Half price, Marganna Kennels, Vulcan. Phone 485-6502. 9883-20 Beautiful Keeshond and Shetland sheep dogs. For pet or show. Doris Schuler. phone 485-6502, Vulcan. 9884-20 Seventy gal. fish tank. All accessories. Also assortment of cameras. Phone 485-2779, after 5 p.m., Vulcan. 9821-19 Ready to go Five week old Dane pups. Used for show, pet or guard Stardane Kennels Box 128 Coaldale. Phone 345-4539 9541-21 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Garage building, cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf Fred Steiner cement work, old basements dug. water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327- 8286 C3661-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. C1936-tf J. O. CONCRETE Quality cement work and Bobcat work sidewalks, patios, driveways, etc. Reasonable prices. Phone 327- 3432. Free estimates. 9885-tf Restaurant in Lethbridge lease. Apply in person. Hotel for C1050-H Full line sporting goods store for sale Established, good reputation. Building optional. Contact Ed's Sports Centre. P.O. Box 70. Fernie, B.C. Phone 423-6503. bus.: 423- 6468. res. 9940-21 Store for rent at present established confectionery. With living quarters and garage. Also satisfactory for other type of business. Located at 328-13th St. N. Phone 328-2150 9113-tf Own your own business. Once in a lifetime bargain. Opening in booming Northern town for a dry cleaning business with no local competition. Complete plant stored and ready to move at a tremendous sacrifice. Easy terms available to right person. Con- tact Box 248. Peace River or phone 624-2773. 9976-19 For sale two restaurants and cater- ing businesses in the resort towns of Kimberley B.C. (the Bavarian City of the Rockies) and Cranbrook B.C. (20 miles south of Very good potential for family business or partnership. Minimum cash required For details, contact P. Scheidegger at (604) 427-2773 or write 240 Spokane St.. Kimberley. 78-24 Well established TV. stereo and large household appliance sales and ren- tals business for sale. Located in one of Calgary's prime downtown locations with ample parking. Last years volume over Price in- cludes large amount of stock, new Ford truck, modern office equipment and furniture, new IBM typewriter, adding machine, etc. Included in price is owner's three bedroom newly furnished home on a large treed fully landscaped lot. It is a quiet residential area Close to downtown. Owner will work one month with purchaser. Owner moving to Winnipeg. For the opportunist, this is a steal at S55.000. Write Box 1174. Calgary T2P 2K9. 9779-26 ROYAL TRUST 323 7th ST. S. Phone 328-7768 COAST-TO-COAST REALTORS TABER Now thrco lovol six-plnx located in aii now aro.i Fonluros five two-bedroom nnd one one-bedroom suite. Total potential revenue per year S10.- 980 less expenses Price includes stoves, refrigerators, coin operated washer and dryer and hot water heating Trades accepted. M.L.S. COALDALE Exceptionally well kept three year old fourplex in excellent location. Shows good return on equity. Stoves, refrigerators, coin operated washer and dryer included in full price of Call RAY LAVALLEY at 345- 346? to view. M.LS. C1709-H PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER FOR MAIL CONTRACT The Canada Post Office is inviting tenders for the transportation of mail by truck (Highway Service Express) betweeen Lethbridge and Calgary. Alberta. The service will operate six days a week and will require one vehicle with a capacity of 750 cubic feet and capable of conveying five tons of mail. Tenders will be accepted only from residents and business firms situated in the postal areas served by the Ter- minal Post Offices or any of the communities served en route. Tender forms and full details of contract specifications and schedule of operations may be obtained from the Director. Alberta District. Western Postal Region. Room 201, 9808 103A Avenue. Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2TO. Closing date for the receipt of tenders is p.m.. October 10th 1973. S54 TENDER CALL Tenders will be received no later than October 4th. 1973. at p.m.. by the Secretary of the Town of Brooks for the following trades for a Propos- ed New Town Office Library Complex for Brooks. Alberta.: Excavation, Concrete. Structural Steel. Precast Concrete. Brick Work. Aluminum Doors. Aluminum Win- dows. Millwork, Plumbing. Heating, Electrical. Interior Partitions, Flooring, etc. Plans may be viewed at the Calgary Building Association. Lethbridge Building Association and at the Office of the fown of Brooks. Tenders shall be accompanied by a 10% certified cheque which will be the Performance Bond of the successful bidders. Tender Forms and Contract Documents may be obtained with the plans and specifications. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams Brooks. Alberta. Mr. E. L. Lindquist, Secretary-Treasurer, Town of Brooks, S59 Liberia GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersignerd up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Friday. September 28th, 1973 for the construction of the following work. Highway .2 Dewinton Jet. Hwy. 2 and 2A Interchange to ASTRO REALTY LTD. Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 "TRANSPORT BUSINESS" I uci.ihvo Lothbndge trucking for s-ilf1 Good h.'mls and coiili.ii N Alberta ;'nld unit in PI nqhts s npen to serious buyers. This is a five man operation. (or selling health Ex- ClllW" r.AI.I AN A'URO IV-M TOR" APARTMENT BUSINESS liv lourplex 11? suites) only two v-.ir .ild Each suite o.vn forced .III I'H'i.ice. hot vv.tler tank, stove. rediqer.itor and dr.ipf, units i very fjond leturn and miKt ne t-> he apiveniaterl M I S "CALL AN ASTRO REALTOR" CI823-tf 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust TCP 7th St. S Phono 328-5548 CS216-tf SCHWARTZ Agencies (1972) Limited College Mall Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available. We con- sider all types of mortgage loans. C2082-22 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small, towns acreages -r- new. and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave South. 3283251. C7769-tf HOMEOWNER'S LOAN UP TO Immorlinto cash available for second mortgages Borrow up to S10.000 on Ihn equity in your home. No bonus. Nn payment penalties HOUSEHOLD REALTY Corporation of Canada Sufi 4th Avonuc South Phono. 403 327-1511 B45 90 CONTRACTS______________ Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios. sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 327-5087. 328-3983. 2480A-K Economy painting and decorating Vory noat. very reasonable Phone noon or overlings 328-4570. 5542-tf Qualified work guaranteed. Free estimates. Phono 328-6911 7169-lf Highway 2A Okotoks to Jet. Hwty. 2 Mile 5.60 to Mile 10.82 Grading. Asphaltic Concrete Base Pavement and Other Work. Approximate Quan- tities: 1.223.000 Cubic Yards Ex- cavation; 149.100 Tons Asphaltic Concrete Material: 1.250.000 Ton Miles Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer. Highways Building, Edmonton. Alta., the office of the District Engineer, 4020 Bowness Road NW.. Calgary, Alber- ta, and the office of the District Engineer. Administration Building. Leihbridge, Alberta, and will be available only to individuals registered and operating in the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business in the Province of Alberta. A Deposit of Twenty-five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be reguired for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked che- que or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V E. McCune, Deputy Minister of Highways Transport. SSO New car device ready PASADENA. Calif. (AP) A hydrogen-fuelled combus- tion system that would significantly reduce automobile emissions is being developed by scientists, the Jet Propulsion LaboratoryJPL announced here. A spokesman for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA laboratory said the system will be demonstrated during the next two weeks to representatives of major American automobile manufacturers. He said the system could reduce emissions enough to eliminate the need for catalytic mufflers for ex- hausts. The new emissions system uses a mixture of hydrogen gas. air and gasoline vapor to power internal combustion engines. The federal government at present plans to require that all care be equipped with catalytic converters. Catalytic converters are devices fixed to an exhaust system. They change noxious emissions to harmless sub- stances but are made of ex- pensive metals su.ch as platinum and generally reduce gas mileage by 30 nor con I. DEATHS GRANT-Passed away suddenly in Victoria. B.C. oh Friday. -September 14th. 1973, Mr. Brian James Grant at the age of 19 years, beloved son of Dr. and Mrs. M. N. Grant of 1000 30th St. South Lethbridge. Born, raised and educated in Lethbridge. the late Brian Grant was attending the University of Victoria at the time of his passing. Brian was a very active golfer at both the Henderson Lake and Country Club Golf courses. Besides his parents he is sur- vived by one sister, Wendy, at home and by his grandmother', Mrs. J. B. Metcalf of Victoria. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, September 20th at 3 p.m. in McKillop United Church, with Rev. Blake Anderson of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of funeral service. C2092 KISTULINEC-Michael passed away in the city at the age of 79 years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Anna Kistulinec of 501 19 St. N. Mr. Kistulinec was born in Austria. Hungry, on March 16. 1894. Came to Canada in 1924. mining at Hardiuville un- til 1928. Moved to the Readymade district where he farmed until 1968, although he moved back into Lethbridge in 1960 where he continued to operate his farm. He leaves to mourn his passing one daughter. Mrs. Harry E. (Mary) Sabo of Great Falls; four grandchildren, Michael, Larry, Jack and Anna all of Great Falls. Funeral services will be held- in the Christensen Chapel (327 10th St. S.) on Wednesday. September 19 at 10 a.m. with Father R. Zuback officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Prayers will be said at the Christensen Chapel Tuesday evening (tonight) at 7 p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2091 DEATHS BATTY-Passed away in the city on Thursday, September 13. 1973. following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Helen Batty at the age of 89 years of Lethbridge. beloved wife of the late Mr. Arthur Dixon Bat- ty. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 3 p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Rev. Derek Hoskin officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2072 Leon of Victoria, formerly of Del Bonita. Alberta, at Royal Jubilee Hospital on Wednesday. September 12, 1973. age 68 years. Survived by his loving 'wife Sadie: two nieces Dolly Olshaski (White Rock) and Christina Smrka (Cut Bank. Graveside services were held Friday. September 14. at 11 a.m. in Royal Oak Burial Park. Rev. N. Archer of- ficiated. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. 857 Caledonia Avenue. Victoria. Arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services Ltd. 48 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, September 18, 1973 23 Girls! What are you doing? The answer is obvious, making i u P'es> below left, which can business all over, as our three future homemakers now know firsthand Below rioht Nikki Shumate, 3, Gretchen Saver and Chrissie Shumate, both 2, and all of Elyria, Ohio. (Photos by Carl Skalak Jr.) BROWNELL-Passed away in Carmangay on Friday, September 14th, 1973. followi- ng a lengthy illness, Mrs. Irene Gladys. Brownell at the age of 73 years, of Car- mangay. beloved wife of the late Mr. Edward Brownell. Born in Elbow Lake Minnesota the late Mrs. Brownell came to Canada in 1906 with her family to the Carmangay area where she has resided until her passing She is survived by two sons Mr. Jervis E. Brownell of Car mangay, Mr. Donald E Brownell of Algeria; two daughters. Mrs. M (Florence) McLeod of Olds Mrs. R. (Dorothy) Foss of Ed- monton; two sisters, Mrs. Rachel Hertel of California. Mrs. Leonard (Lucille) Brandvold of Carmangay: two brothers, Mr. Roy Burns of Carmangay. Mr. Leslie Burns of Calgary; fourteen grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She was predeceased by one sister and six brothers', the funeral ser- vice will be held on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Carmangay Unit- ed Church, with Rev.' J. T. Wood officiating. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens, Lethbridge. Friends may pay their respects at the Church at 1 p.m. on Tuesday. Those who wish may donate to the Car- mangay United Church Memorial Fund. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C2071 Germany okayed by U.N. United NATIONS (AP) East and West Germany gain- ed full membership today in the United Nations. Entry of the two Gcrmanys was the major item of business before the General Assembly on the opening day of its 28th annual session. A third country, the newly independent Bhamas. also was up for admission, giving the UN a membership of 135 countries. The only announced opposi- tion to the was Is- rael, and it is opposed to East Germany only because the Communist regime refuses to pay reparations for Nazi crimes against .lews and is mililanlly pro-Arab. Marion, passed away in Cardston, .Monday, September at the age of 82 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Retta Talbot of Cardston. Mr. Talbot was born in Blackfoot Idaho Dec. 11. 1890. They came to Del Bonita. Alberta when he was six years of age where he grew up and went into ranching for himself and con- tinued in that occupation until retiring in 1959, later moving into Cardston. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife. Retta. two sons, Ray and Dan both of Card- ston; one daughter, Mrs. Rose Parker of Cutbanks; two grandchildren, Mrs. Connot of California and Ralph Parker of Cutbanks. and four great- grandchildren. Funeral ser- vices will be held on Thur- sday, September 20 in 4th Ward L.D.S. Southhill Chapel at 2 p.m.. with Bishop W. J. Hollingsworth officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. till prior to leaving for the service at the Funeral Home in Card- ston. SALMON FUNERAL HOME, Cardston. in charge of services. C2090 CARDS OF THANKS MIKALSON We wish to thank all of our friends who helped in any way, for giving us such a wonderful farewell party. Ivan, Rhonda and Denise Mikalson 100 WATKINSON I wish to thank all my friends who were so kind during my stay in hospital, also since I have returned home. Thanks also to the nursing staff on Fourth Floor Surgery at Municipal Hospital, and to the staff of Agnes Davidson School. Everyone has been wonderful. Watkinson. 101 Ontario leads public works IN MEMORIAM KUHL in ioving memory of Granny Kuhl, who passed away September 18, 1970. AIwa y s loved and remembered by the Kuhl families. 79 DEGENSTEIN In loving memory of my husband and dad, Valentein. who passed ;iwny September 18, 1969. Every day in some small way. memories of you keeping coming my way. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Frances and son Louis and family. 80 By PAUL JACKSON OTTAWA The federal public works department has consistently spent more money in the single province of Ontario each year for the past five years than in all the four Western Canadian provinces combined. And. Calgary South MP Peter Bawden was told in an official written government reply to questions he raised, with the exception of the year 1969-70 Ottawa has also spent more money in Quebec than in the entire West combined. The vast amount of federal spending going into Quebec apparently ignores the fact that the populations of Quebec and the entire West are roughly the same and geographically the West covers a much larger area. What's more, despite assur- ances from Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau and his cabinet ministers that ine- quities in distribution of federal funds are being eradicated latest figures for the first quarter of the 1973-74 fiscal year show this is not quite the case. Mr. Bawden asked Ottawa for complete figures of public works including each province for the years 1968-69 to 1972-73. In a reply Signed personally by Public Works Minister Jean Eudes Dube. the minis- ter said in 1972-73 Ottawa pumped some million in- to Ontario and million in- to Quebec for public works but only a total of million in the four Western provinces combined. Figures for the first quarter of the 1973-74 fiscal year. which should reflect Ottawa's policies of decentralization, fail to show much change. On- tario received million. Quebec" almost million, and Manitoba. Saskatchewan. Alberta and British Columbia combined some million. Ontario, million; Quebec, million: the West combined. million. 1970-71: Ontario. million; Quebec, million; the West combined. million. 1971-72: Ontario. million: Quebec, million; the West combined. million. Over the past five years British Columbia has "con- sistently got the largest por- lion of public works funds allocated to the four Western provinces, with Saskatchewan getting the smallest portion. Over the five year period Manitoba has received the se- cond highest portion of spen- ding, with Alberta in third place. Federal money not for church The West's million in public works money was out of a complete quarterly total of million -meaning that Ontario alone received more than half the quarterly spen- ding. Spending in other years was: 1968-69: Ontario, mil- lion: Quebec. million; the West combined, million. U.S. court speeds up Texas gulf hearing BLAST KILLS 8 BADEN BADEN. WeslGcr- many (AP) At least eight workers were killed and seven seriously injured when an ex- plosion tore through a cold storage house a I the city slaughter house here today, police reported. OTTAWA (CV) tanaaa Development Corp., apparent- ly fearing longer legal delays may hurt its bid to buy control of the big Texasgulf Corp., has persuaded a United States appeals court to speed up a hearing in the case. The U.S. court of appeals in New Orleans. La., which originally scheduled the hear- ing for December, moved the date up to Oct. 10, reliable sources in the case said Mon- day. CDC, a Crown corporation, won a decision from a lower U.S. federal court in Houston. Tex., permitting it to go ahead with its stock pur- chase, but the appeals court last Thursday issued an emer- gency order blocking it pending the outcome of the new hearing. CDC wants control of Texas- gulf as a base for expanding operations in the natural re- sources field. Texasgulf gets more than 60 per cent of its income from its copper, zinc and silver mining operations near Timmins! Ont. CDC had its controversial purchase virtually wrapped up. with all of the 10 million shares it wants offered for sale, until the New Orleans court issued its emergency order at the request of Tex- asgulf officials, who are fighting the purchase offer OFFERS STILL GOOD. So far, there have been no reports of any stockholders withdrawing their offers to sell to CDC, but the firm was obviously worried that some prospective sellers might get nervous at court delays and back out The (leadline for withdrawing sale offers to CDC is Wednesday. By STUART LAKE OTTAWA (CP) The federal government has no authority spend public money for religious purposes, such as church services in residences for Indian children. Toronto lawyer J. S. Midanik argued Tuesday. Mr. Midanik told the public service staff relations board there is nothing in the Indian Act or any government regu- lation permitting money to be spent on church services held at some 40 government-owned residences which are operated by Roman Catholics and Anglicans. He was appearing before the board for Joseph Fardella, 23. of Kingston, Ont.. who was fired by the Indian affairs department last December for refusing to order Indian students under his care at La Tuque. Que., to attend Anglican church services. Mr. Fardella disobeyed the order, issued by an Anglican priest in charge of the hostel, saying to obey it would go against his religious beliefs to force the students to go to church without being sure it was the wish of their parents. A public service adjudicator dismissed Mr. Fardella's claim that the order infringed on his freedom of religion and was contrary to the Bill of Rights. But the adjudicator said he should be rehircd if he undertook to obey the orders of his superiors, including tak- ing students to church. He a ppoa led the ad judicator's decision, seeking a ruling that his dismissal was on religious grounds. A five- member st.-iff relations board heard his appeal Tuesday and will give its decision later. Mr. Midanik. hired by the Canadian Civil Liberties Association to help Mr. Fardella's appeal, said that because there is no authority for church services under government auspices, the. order that he force children to attend services in the residence was unlawful. He also questioned findings by the adjudicator that because none of the Indian parents objected to com- pulsory church attendance, they agreed with the practice. Mr. Midanik said parents of the students lived up to 400 miles away from the residence and because of their background, could not be ex- pected to raise objections about the administration of it. He quoted from a manual ig- sued to employees of the resi- dence which instructed them to behave as "representatives of the church as representa- tive of the white man's reli- gion." The church had no role to play in the administration ojF-. the residence, he declared, J- Government lawyers- argued that freedom 01 religion was not an issue in Mr. Fardella's case. He had refused to obey an order t6 carry out part of the duties of a child care bringing his students to chapel, they said. j. The order was not to carrj1 out an illegal act since attendance was part of the educational process for the students. ;