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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta it _ tN! IE1HBKIDGE HEKAID a SERVICES AND Monday, 'isptomber 31, 1970-75 j DEATHS SHADE Passed away li B Fort. Macleod, Joe Shade, o the Blood Reserve. Funeral ar rangeinenls will be aimoimcct wlien coniplclcd. by Eden's Fii r neral Home Lid., Fort Mile led. 1 f j FUNERAL i PETEH50N Graveside sep f vice for Bemhard William (Ben) Peterson, who died a Roskilde, Denmark, Tuesday July 7, 1970, at the age of 7( years, was held at 11 a.m. Sat urday, Sept. 19, 1970, in Arch 2 mount Memorial Gardens with Rov. G. R. Easter officiating Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors o Funeral Service, was in charge of thu Battle With Fire; House Burns RICHMOND, B.C. (CP) -Battling members of twc motorcycle gangs fired volleys of shots and hurled molotov cocktails Saturday in a 90-min ute war that ended with s house destroyed by fire and 2S arrests. Police and firemen stood h; during the hatlle in the Van couver suburb and didn't move in until tlie house was set aligh by a fire bomb tossed from Ihe adjacent house. One 22-year-old man was sho in tile leg and was in satis factory condition in hospital Police held their fire and said they had no real trouble arresting 21 men and four Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I work in i new building of the most beautiful in this city. It makes me sick the way some girls wipe lipstick on (lie walls of the ladies room, put their muddy slices on couches provided for their convenience and leave half-eaten fruit and stale sandwiches lying around. They even grind oul cigarettes on tile floor although tliere are plenty of ash trays. 1 am annoyed by (lie sloppiness of these girls, especially those who coma from very high class families. Would I bei in UK wrong if I spoke oul and corrected them? I feel liks a gutless wonder standing around like a dmnmy wliile they ruin company property. L. K. Of New Brunswick, N. J. DEAR L. K.: Speak up, by all means. Someone should! tell the slobs thai their bad manners are not going unobserved. Your signature reminded me that the most immaculate and best laid out ladies room I've ever seen anywhere is in your town at Johnson and Johnson. i DEAR ANN LANDERS: You are bard as nails. I raa't understand why the newspapers don't get someone with a heart to take over your job. Tears came to my eyes when I read your cruel, unfeeling advice lo the stepmother of the 12-year-old boy whose father had died suddenly from a heart attack. The little fellow to his stepmother's room at and said he was lonesome for his dad. He wanted to get hi bed with her. She saw nothing wrong with his request and let him spend the night llierc. Tlie next day she began to have second thoughts so she wrote to Ann Landers. You told her she should have refused and suggested, if the boy asks to sleep with her again, to take him to the kitchen for a glass of milk and a little talk. Your comment that a 12-year-old boy should not be sleep-will; his mother or any female proves you have a dirty mind, A 12-year-old boy is a baby. I think it is terrible the way you dragged this harmless act down in the gutter and1 made look nasty. Ashland Reader DEAR ASH: Sorry, but a 12-year-old is no baby and should not be sleeping with bis mother or any other female. If you are unwilling to take my word for it, talk to a specialist works with children. I've had letters from 12-year-old boys thai would your turban, Kiddo. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have- an import nuestion to ask. If a person has had a marriage annulled, what is proper answer to the question, "Have you ever been An annulhiient makes E marriage null and void, as If it never happened. This is vastly different from a divorce which cancels a marriage and makes it no longer binding. Yet, when I tell people 1 am not married and never was, they say, "I remember when you got married. What happened to your Am I single, separated, never ried. or what? Confused DEAR CONFUSED: The correct answer is, "I was ried but I had the marriage DRYWALL, TAPING, SPRAYINt ceilings. Excellent workmanship CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CISTERN repaired, odd lobs. Piiono CEMENT DSiVEE JSM" WALKS. ii f SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCI Rubber stamps, corporate seals dalers, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 Jnd AVI. S. Ptioni modelling, and rooms. Phon WW6B4. FENCE B U 1 L D 1 H C and driveways. Hree astlrnntei. Pho i 327-3417. 70 UifdA Of f BIRTHS IUJN Mr. and Mrs Paul Van fiijn of Letlibridg announce tire birth of a sun Sliawn 'aul, born in Die Led' bridge Jlunicipal Hospital, Sep lember H. 1970. A brother lo Michelle, Jive, and Taunia, two Insured. WELL ROTTED MANURE AND FRANK'S ROTOTILLING. PHONE 328-7389. evenings. DRYV.'ALL CO- LTD Residential commercial. Texture f ceilings, Gyproc vinyl board. Com _ plele drywall and steel studs, TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE 317-7398 or 317.U3B. JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP Phone W-nn or 317.J431. 320-6562 anyllme. STE1NER GARDEN AND LAWN MANURE. DE Jlvti-ed or loaded, your vehicle. Phon OT-JI1I. basemenls dugr water proofing. In sured, free eslimates. Phcne 327-8286 fOK SALE ARIENS SIX H.P delf-propelled rototlller. Phone 327 ail. SCREEN AND STORW WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTl 3 MATES. JONES ROOFING. 32B-S7J5 TOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR SECW CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE Ut-mi. Hugh, Alan a Kelly uish to announce the a rival of their sister Cai Dianne, born September 1971) in St. Michael's Hospit Proud parents are Brynly a Carol Boberls, Foremost. Passed away it Cardston on Monday, Septem ber 21, 1970, Dick Wells, agtt 64 beloved husband o Mrs. Katie Wells of the Blow Reserve. Funera] services wil be announced Vvhen completed bv Eden's Funeral Home Ltd. Fort Macleod. SENT Garden tractors ro iawn aeration. FREDDIE'S PAIN1 LTD., 314 3rd S., Phone 327-554C tenders will Os received by Sepf 30lh, lo remove liouse and leve prop-rly at 735 I3lh St. North. Further details from Mr. C. Laiza rollo, Sec.-Manager, Lethbrldge Miner Library. IN MEMOR1AMS CARLSON In loving mem ory of my husband, Axel, who passed away September 21, 1969 Gone but not forgotten. remembered ami sadly missed by his wife Linnea; daughters Elsie Alma: son Carl and grand children. 7517 FELLGEK In treasured memory of Christine, our mother and grandmather, who passed away September 21, 1965 Deep in our hearts she wil always stay, Loved and remembered every PARSON'S HARDWARE Phono 327-70SS 6ARDEN TOOL RENTALS 50TOTILLER5, POWER RAKE. CHAIN SAW, ETC., FOSTER Robert, Big School TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of GLEN HERBERT PETERSON, late of Barnwell, in 71 POULTRY AND in Uie city on Sunda September 20th, 1970, at t age of 77 years, beloved bus band of Mrs. Leona Foster 1802 10th Ave. S. Funeral se vices will be held in tlie 10 Av L.D.S. Chapel on Wednesda September 23 at 2 p.m. n-i Bishop Theron Sommerfeldt o ficiating. Interment will folio in the family plot in the Moun tain View Cemetery. Frienc may view the remains and pa their respects from I p.m. prio lo the service in the Belief So ciety Room of the churc Christeiisen Salmon Funera Home Ltd., Directors of F'une al Service. Passed awaj suddenly in the city on Sunday September 20, 1970, John (Jack: al file age of 69 years, belovec husband of Mrs. Margaret Kol-kas of 40G Broadway N. Ray mond, Alberta. Flowers gratefully declined. Those who wis i may donate to the United Appeal. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. FOR SALE SOUP 327-W71, Wilson Colony died on Ihe lllh day of July A.D 1970. TAKE NOTICE thai all persons hav Ing claims upon the eslale of Ihe above named must rile with Ihe undermen tioned Solicitors, by the 21st day o October, A.D. 1970, a full staiemen of their claims and of securities nek by Ihem. HUCKVALE WILDES, KRUSHEL, Acadls Building, Lethbrldae, Alberla, Solicilors for Ihe Executrix, Mabel Elizabeth CHICKENS LAST YEAR'S SEVEN Veer old Gelding. Ibs. Trade horse grain or cash. Half mile south city Packers. HEAVY ROASTING CHICKENS, PAN ready. 3fc per Ib. Friers Freshly Killed, pan ready. 37c a Ib. on doien lots. Free delivery, custom kill ng Hellmulh Dyck, coaldale. Phons 34S mi, (CP) The largest uncertainty about education L; Ihe next decide is financing, Provincial Treasurer A. 0. Aalborg saiu here. He told graduates al the Southern Alberta Institnle of Technology that post-secondary education will receive the most attention Lut this poses the question of how "wui ,vc manage to finance these expensive institutions." The amount of money the province's .population of 1.5 million can be expected to pay for such schools is limited, he said. Also, technical schools and universities should not be financed while facilities for producing skilled persons hi other areas were ignored. Many human needs such as In education and hospital care cannot be met by machines, ie 71 PETS AND remembered by Erwin, Margaret, Brenda and Brandley. FOUR SIAMESE KITTENS FOR nail. Phone 327-1101 TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS tn tne matter oF Ihe Eslale of CAROL WOJTYLA, lale of Bellevue, In the Province of Alberta, retired, deceased, who died on Ihc 23rd day of August, A.D. Passed away Milk River on Friday, Septem ber 18, 1970, following a bri illness, OIlie Mae Kuhl. at Ih age of 82 years, beloved wi of the late Mr. George Frank lin Kuhl. Tlie funeral service will be held on Tuesday at p.m. hi 'St. Paul's United Church. Milk River, with Rev K. D. Hmvlett officiating. Inter ment will follow in the fanil plot hi the Milk River Cem tery. Those who wish may pa their respects at the churc from 1 p.m. until service tim on Tuesday. Martin Bros. Lt( Directors of Funeral Service. C26 GIBSON Passed away Fort Macleod on Sunday, Se lember 20, 1970, Mary Gibso aged 84 years, of Fort Ma leod. Born in Macclesfiel County Chester, England. Sh came to Canada with her clii dren to join her husband 1907. They h'ved at Frank, Al Delta and Lethbridge and late moved to Fort Macleod. She survived by two sons, Fred o Fort Madeod, David of Red Deer; 14 grandchildren. Pr deceased by her husbanc James in 1946. Tlie funeral ser vice will be held in Chri Church Anglican on Wedne day at p.m., Rev. R. Hun officiating. Interment in Unio Cemetery. Funeral arrange ments by Eden's Funera Home Ltd., Fort Maclecd. C28 GRBGSON Almira (Bum formerly of Cardsto and Vernon, B.C.. beloved wif of the late Percy C. Gregson, passed away suddenly in Don fills, Ontario on Thursday, September 17, 1970, at the age of 60 years. She is survived by one daughter, Jeauine Ryan of Vancouver, B.C. and sons Brian of Montreal, Gary of Cal ary, Reid of Don Mills, Te< if PriiKc George, B.C. FULL GROWN MALE CAT TO GIVE away. House trained and clean 327-5iS9. In loving mem ory of our dear brother, Alexan der, who passed away Septem ber 21, 1967. I think of him in silence, His name I oft' recall, There is nothing left to answe But his picture on the wal remembered hy sisters Margaret, Sophia, and Mary and families. fOR SALE TWO CHIHUAHUA puppies; three purebred Siamese kit-vans two Sealpolnl, one Dluepolnf. 327-1074. Passed awa ji the city on Friday, Septen ber IB, 1970, following a brie illness, Isabella, at the age o i2 years, beloved wife of tl ate George Thompson Findla of Letlibridge. Bom and ed cated in Scotland, the late Mr findlay came to Vancouve B.C. in 1918, moved to Drum leller, Alberta in 1919, retirin o Lethbridge in the late 1940 She nursed in Scotland in military hospital during th First World War and was member of the VON staff PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS. WE ARE adorable pets and would like to find a new home. 1218 3rd Ave. A 5. Call J2B-3m afler i p.m. NOTICE thaf all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named musf file wilh Ihe undersigned sy the lith day of November, 1970, a full siatemenl ol their claims and of securities held by them. T. J. COSTIGAN, Q. C. Solicitor for Jhe Executors Blalrmora, Alberta. TWO BOSTON BULL TERRIERS. tOrn female; one male. Phone 453-3091 f 453-3142. REGISTERED DOGS Writs Spitz; Beagles; one Brittany female, six malsj; Keeshond; Dachshund; Pekinaese, half price. Marg. jnns Kennel, Vulcan, Alberla. Phone -fliJJM. In loving meni ory of a dear husband am father, Alex Tornava, who pass ed away September 21, 1966, No length of time can tak away, Our (noughts of you da; to day, Though absent you are alway nsar, Still loved, still missed, still very dear. remembered and sadl missed by wife Annie, chile ren Joe, Ducky and Laurie 751 FELLGER In loving mem ory of a dear wife, Christine who passed away September 2] 1965. There is someone who missel you sadly in the house wher you used to be, Someone who tried hard to save you, but God wille: it not to be. lu tears I watched you suffer and slowly fade away. God alone knows how much I miss you, as I walk through the house every day; remembered and sadly missed by her Husband Paul. 7530 FELLGER In loving memory of a dear mother, Christine, who passed away September 21, 1965. God made s wonderful mother, A mother who never grew old. He made her smile of sunshine, He moulded her heart of pure gold. He made her as nearly an angel As anyone ever could be, God made a wonderful mother, And he gave that dear mother to us. Ever remembered and sadly missed by Leonard and Darlene. OP LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT, 1963 N THE MATTER o? city ef L-fh-bridge By-Law No. 2P10, being By-Law lo amend By-Lav; 2750, being By-Liiw wilh respect lo zoning for Ih CItv of Lethbrldgo. TAKE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the ,3th day of October, 1970 at the hour of o'clock In Ins afternoon In the Council Chamber of City Hall, Ihe Council of the Clly of Lefhbrldg-w II hold a Public Hearing pursuant to Section 130 of The planning Act 1o consider the proposed By-Law 2910 to amend By-Law 2750, known as Ihe Zininq ay- Law. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT Ihe propwad By-Lav.' 2910 will amend ihe Zoning Map by deleting from Zone Commercial (Neighborhood) and delineating as Zone Commercial (Highway) the lands described as: Lora 1 To Inclusive and Lot 8, Block 9, Plan Lethbrldge 252-JK AND ay delineating zs lone C8 Commer-cls (Hlahway) thB lands described as: v Lot 7, Block Plan Lelhbrldgc 252-JK ALL municipally known aa 401-4J9 Mayor Magrafh Drive. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT a copy of the proposed By-Law may be Inspected at Ihe office of the C ty Clerk In the Clly Hall during the normal office hours AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT my person whn wishes to make representation concerning the proposed By-Law shall first file s submission with the Clly Cl-rk not aler than o'clock noon on Friday, the 2nd day of October, 1970 AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT iiuch persona as file such wril-en submission may appear or Ihe Public Hearing la make repreaenla-ons and lo answer. at Clly Council concerning their submissions, but subject to the condition lhat oral epresentallon In support of B brief will be limited lo thirty minutes and one rebultnl perlixi of no mor- than en mlnults, DATED al )he clfy of Lelhbrldge his 8 day of September, 1970. John Gerla Clly Clerk 73 BUSINESS EXCLUSIVE lingerie business for sale. Se-ftirra 11200 B month. Slock Investment Reply Bolt 94, Herald. from 1918 until 192 Also a member of the CNIB She is survived by one so George T. Findlay Jr. o Prince Albert, Saslc. The fune al service will be held on Tue day at 10 a.m. in "Martin Bro Chapel" 812 3rd Avenue Sout with Rev. Father D. Burns off dating. Interment will folio in the family plot in Moun Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Flowers grate fully declined. Martin Bros Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser vice. C28 LEHTO Passed away sud denly hi Carmangay, Mildret Amelia, at the age of 53 yeare beloved wife of Mr. Harol Ruben Lehto of Carmangay Raised and educated in Lethbridge, Mrs. Lehto came to th Picture Butte area in 1950 an in the early 1960s moved to Barons. For the last 10 year she has resided in Carmanga with her husband who is grai buyer for Pioneer Gram Co and a local lami operator. Sh was a member of" the Order of the Royal Purple (past hon ored Royal Barons Lodge No. B9, Carmangay Lion-ettes section of Village of Carmangay. She was very active in community affairs and al who knew her will mourn her passing. Besides her loving lius hand, she is survived b; one son, Mr. Eugene Lahto of 3algary; a daughter, Mrs. B. barren) Allen of California; five grandchildren; her mother, Mrs. M. Bryan of Ferhie, B.C. and a sister Mrs. C. Marie) Bamett of Lethbridge; wo brothers, .Eugene Stasiul and Jeffrey Bryan of Vancouver, B.C. The funeral will be leld on Tuesday at 2 p.m. al 'Memorial Chapel" 703 13 Street North, with Rev. E! W. Clarke officiating. Intennenl will be at p.m. in tlie Bow fille Cemetery in Carmangay. Jartin Bros. Ltd., Directors o] Funeral Service. Delight mom and baby with ilayful pets at a party! It's fun for baby to learn each pet's name fun to em-voider crib or carriage cover. Charming also as piclures. Pat-ern 7115: nine 514 x 514" mol-s, direclions. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for ach pallern (no stamps, lease) add to cents for ach pattern for first-class mailing and special handling' 0 HIE LETHBRIDGE HERALD eaders Mail Limited iO Front Street West oronto 1, In Jumh WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. government has discovered that wingtips of the new jumbo jets are creating tornado-like winds in the sky capable o tearing apart light aircraft am hurling other jetliners towarc the ground. The potential hazards of the funnel-shaped winds spuming off the wings of the Boeing 747s and military C-5As has been underrated, said Federal Aviation Administration officials familiar witli a series of flight tests now being concluded. The tests showed, for example that tlie swirling winds trail jehind the huge planes for many miles and do not readily dissipate at high altitudes. They disclosed, too. that the invisible .urbulence can endanger passenger airliners as well as small planes. Because of tlie called wake turbulence of winglip vor-ices the FAA has ordered a ive-mile spacing at all times retween the giant jets and aircraft weighing less than pounds. There have been no cases re-wrted of planes crashing alter lying into the turbulence generated by the jumbo jets. However, records compiled by JK national transportation safety board from 1964 through 1969 reveal 98 cases where aicc urbulence generated by smaller jetliners was a cause or :ontributing faclor in craslies of ight aircraft. These crashes caused 20 leaths and 54 serious injuries. Wingtip vortices have been a ecognized phenomenon for All planes cause them to some degree. But, said Richard liff, deputy director of Ihe flight slandards service: We didn't know the extent of he turbulence until we 9 Jets took this testing program. We were fully aware of wake turbulence but we didn't know its intensity." The tests showed that small aircraft which penetrate the wingtip vortices within three miles of the giant aircraft can be forced into a sudden roll 75 degrees. "In other said the FAA's William F. Flener, director of ah- traffic service, "what we're saying is that under certain circumstances a light aircraft would break up structurally." DOUBTS BREAKUPS However, the FA's chief of regulation and procedures, Robert Martin, said he does not believe that a plane flying into a powerful vortex would break up. But he does foresee a danger of crashing. Sliff said: "The plane would )e thrown out of the vortex by .he outer winds before it would x torn apart." This is disputed by safety board official who recalls that as far back as a dozen years light plane was literally ripped apart in the air over Delaware when it struck the vortices of a let bomber. FAA officials say the wingtip vortices are 'most dangerous during landings and takeoffs. But they say that requiring several-minute inlervala between takeolfs and landings allows crosswinds time to break up the vortices. FAA officials cannot say precisely how long the vortices last at high altitudes, but estimates from a few minutes to lalf an hour. Given the longer time and je-liner cruising speeds of 500 miles an hour, this means the wisting winds could stretch out behind the jets for 250 miles. GOOD FULL OR PART-TIME for sale. Income par month. Stock Invtstmin! Sim Reply Box 93, SMALL RESTAURANT IN GOOD LOC-atlcn. Approximately net Income Mr year. Cheap for cash or tike trade, tat is. Herald. HAY AGENCIES LTD, COLLEGE MALL Ptafie or 327-7077 WOULO YOU TRADE CITY 3MDG FOR CLEAN COUNTRY AIR? OF COURSE YOU WOULD1 New's your opportunity Ts buy, cr your property on this H-cinMd country Just a half hour's drive from Lelhbrldgs. Rooms rscent-fy all equipment and fix-Turn In excellent coridlllon. Could be in Ideal man And wife business, show-iFig good returns. Living quarters are Records are open to sincere fcuysra. Low or Ice, small down payment. M.L.S. SVErHNOS PHONE Jack Lock Fwgle Bob Hun; 32B-50J1 SMI Joblonkay TABER 223-2085 74 LOANS I SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1937 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranchss. or Town. Lowest Interest rales available First and mortgages. Mrs. Heber Harker Burnliam) of Cardston; sis-ers, Thelma Jacobs of La Fern Harker of Edmonton, Gwen Little of Gran-um, June Burbank of Alma Fawns of Leth-iridge; brothers Kenneth of anla Rosa, California and Dr. C. A. Burnham of Edmonton nd some 20 grandchildren le was predeceased by her ather W. C. Burnham and two irothers Eldred and Ronald. services will be held ill ernon on September 23 at 00 p.m. 7532 PARKER Passed away in arcsholm on Sunday, Septem-rer 20. 1970, Frsficis Elizabeth 'arkei', aged 05 years, of Gran-um. She came to Fort Macleod with her husband in 1301 and as resided in the district until oving to Granum with her n. She is survived by three ons, Caleb of Granum, Vcr-on of Lethbridgo and George Calgary1; six daughters, Mrs. argarct Dobson, Fort Mac-cod, Mrs. J. (Hazel) Sullivan, skatcon, Sask., Mrs. S. (Flor-cc) Tobiason, Trail, B.C. and rs. J. (Evelyn) Lang, Miss Smily Parker and Mrs. E. jillian) Clifton, all of Nelson. C.; Tl grandchildren. 50 eal-gramk'hildrcn and four reat-greal-grandchildren. Tlie moral service will be held in le Salvation Army Citadel, oil Macleod. Thursday at m., Capt. II. Cobb OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF IHE PLANNING ACT, 1963 N THE MATTER of City of Lsrh-rldge By-Law No. 1909, being a By-Law lo amend By-Law 2750, being a Jy-Law wilh respect to zoning for Hy of Lethbridqc TAKE NOTICE THAT en Monday, he 3th day of Gclober, at the our of o'clock In Hie afternoon n Ihc Council Chamber of Cily Hall, he Council of Ihe City of Lelhbrldge hold s Public Hearing pursuant o Section 130 of The Planning Act lo onsider the propsoed 5909 !o msnd By-Law 2750 Known as fha onlng By-Law. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE rHAT the proposed will mend tlie Zoning Map by deleting rom Zone Reslcfsnlia) and deline-ilr.y Zona R2-Resldentlal (Mulli-1- Dwelling) Ihe lands described IF YOU ARE HOLDING A. mortgage on someone else's property balance of sale, and would like lo turn It Into cash, Niagara will purchase pay you lop pries. Discuss It with one of our experts. Consolidation Iwna are also available, THE NIAGARA COMPANIES Suite 7th SI, i, 337-3W3 DEATHS By THE CANADIAN PRESS Atlanta, Ga. Stan Bell, 23, ookie pitcher for Atlanta iraves, from injuries suffered m an automobile accident Sept. 9. Charlollctown J. Elmer Blanchard, 43, attorney-general nd labor minister of Prince Cdward Island; after lighting a luefm tuna for 40 MORTGAGE MONEY Unlock the equity In your 'horns wilh a homeowner loan of 1 TO OR MORE elao purchase existing o Mortgages For cashl" CAC Realty Limited C3UEGE SHOPPING MALL LLTKCRIDGE, ALTA. f PHONE 323-235 1 PROVINCE DEPARTMENT Tak WASHINGTON (Reuters) lire United States took a atch-and-wait stance on the ordan situation today, appar-nlly having decided to concen-ate for the present on cliplo-acy rather than military aeon to bring atout a halt to tlw tcrnal strife there. Slate Secretary William Rog- rs Sunday termed as and impudent" inler- 1 cntion by tanks forces from r yrio in Uie .Ionian crisis and anied that such action posed e danger of broadening Ihe t onflicl. "We call upon the Syrian gov- s Timent to end immediately f Us intervention In Watch-said, "and we urge al! other :oncmied governments lo impress upon the government of iyria the necessity of withdraw-ng the forces which have invaded Jordan." c Tlie Nixon administration's in-tial reaction look the form of t ho Rogers denunciation and varaing and a direct rcnucst lo C lie Soviel government, plus dip- s omalic appeals lo other govern- a lents, to put pressure on Syria A o end its intervention. A note issued Sunday "urges n he Soviet government to lake i ppropriale sleps in urging re- e :rainl on Uie governmenl of s Russia Is Syria's major aims -upplier and U.S. officials assume Moscow can exert considerable influence in Damascus. The state department did not ny what oilier countries in ad-lilion to Russia were being iskcd lo join in putting pressure n Syria. M c a n w h i I e, President ieorges Pompidou issued a olemn warning loday against ny foreign intervention in the liddle Easl conflict. Pompidou said in a slale-nenl lhat "outside intervention i already and would vcntually a dangerous fuaion for world peace." France, he said, judges as in. cceptahls "any act which Stance up making Innocent victims." Israeli Premier Golda Meir flew home today from New York after telling a television audience Sunday night that Middle Easl ceasefire violations by Russia and Egypt were a "Icinbly frightening thing for Ihe entire free world." Two RAF Hercules trans-jorts took off from London for Cyprus today loaded with medical aid for (he wounded in Jordan. Tlie flights were the British government's response to a Jor-ianian appeal to several coun-ries during the weekend for irgcntly needed medical sup-ilien. HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be and municipally known ai 4V5-20lh Street Worlh AMD FURTHER TAKE NOTICE HAT B copy of th? By Law iay be inspctled at the office of fhe I'y Clerk in ihc Cl'y Hail during Ihc nAT any person vhn wlshsi 'n Standard Tim? on Tusiday, Oclo-cr 13, 1970 for IhO fallowing CONSTRUCTION OF A BRIDGE VER THE NORTH SASKATCH-WAN RIVER ON A DISTRICT ROAD T PAKAN Conlracls end Specifications may be hta ned af Ihe Olfke of Ihe Chief r dge Engineer, Highways Building, clmonlon; Office of Ihe District En-ieer, Adm nisfrafion Building, and Office of me Dlslrlcl En-reer, Highways Building, Calgary rrl will be available only lo Indivi-ua s dornlci ed and operating in the rnvirtc? of Alberta, or to corpuralions registered anil gperal-q In and have a ctl place of business in Ihe Province A dopcttH- of Twcnly-Five ollflrs (WS.OO) will be required for th copy of Conlratl and lahen. rTar.h bid moil be accom-n ed hy a marked or bond qua fo 10 of fender. Tenders will E opened In public. The lowest or ny lender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McMANUS Deputy Minister ef Highways CONTRACTS ccnccrning ihe pro- E By-Law ihaM first Vile a wriitcn g Ihe Cily Clnrk net b Irr lhar o'ciocV- on Fri- g fnc 7nd day of Or'onpr, .1 AND FURTHER TAKE NOT ICE d HAT such persons a-, file such wn'- P n lubmiisrcn may appear o ubl c Hearlnc] to ,nakr roprpienld- 1 ons and lo gniwc-r City ounc 1 conccrnhtj Infilr submissions, o ut jubjecl fo ,'he rondDlon thai D In support of a brief 5 II be I'mlled fo minutes and 1 15 rebut 1 cii of ro than r n mlnulPS. DATRD .1! of 1 i i: 13Jh nf Suptcmbsr, 1970. i John r.ity cierf FOR ALL YOUR CARPENTRY 1 Tovvp and Country Phone MI-2-1W. 90RGE RAVEN 1329 7ln 5t. N ll Kitchen cupboardi, rumpus rooms, re- P .Tiodelllng and repairs. 337-3219, PATIOS, CE M E N T r FLOORS. RENOVATIONS, RUMPUS V BOOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 0 357Z OR llM-l'i GARAGE BUILDING, CEWfcHT 1 and stuLCoing .indTaen Sc-renson Construciicr, 1020 7lh S, 377-JH2. Friends who wish may dote to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of Fort Pharmacy. arrangements hy Ellen's neral Home Ltd., Fort Mac-eofi ;