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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 70 GARDENING TOP SOIL FOR SALE. REASONABLE priced, MOM WFLL ROTTED (AAHUR? AND Top- Toll. Phone OT-32M, Lelhbrldge. 3627-tl MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell. Ing. Call 32S-OT4. 7030-11 TREES AND MOVING Available now Blue Spruce. Spruce and Green Aih, up to 15 ft ten. Our specialty moving and plantlng of larger Irees. 337-6172, alter 4 p.m. M47. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES PIVE REGISTERED TOY POODLES 563-3163, Coleman. 3609-3 REGISTERED FEMALE SILVER Toy Poodle, 3Vs years. Phone 75 CONTRACTS WEEPING TILE AND CEMEtIT work. Double J. Conslrucllon. 32S-3870 345-4630. 134MI CARPENTRY WORK, REMODEL- Ing, repairing, elc. Town or country, E and L Construction. PhonB 328-2077 or 328-2237. C4S05-N GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Conslructlon, 1020 7th Ave. S, Phone 3Z7-6S82. C7377-1I ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG, ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328- 5745. ClHS-lf ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, garage, kilcheni, cabinet, ball- rooms, ceramic lilt. Town or cogn: Phone 31B-Z071. JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET CL1P- pinp service. For appointment phone 338-3763. 9707-30 ALL REPAYS CARPENTRY, roollng specializing in chimneys, br ck, cement coing. lircplac S50.orO For fait confidential service, call-- Norm Glesbrecht, 357-21S1; evening HB-OOOJ. Midfown Mortgages and Loans Ltd. Out-of-town enquiries 1265 3rd Avs we NOTICE OF INTENTION TO EXPROPRIATE IN THE MATTER OF Block and the north lialf of Block "E" Plan Bellevue 7134 A.I. (a] Tht Village cl Bellevue, Alberta, desires to expropriate Ihe follow- ing land: Block "O" and Ihe north half ol BIccK on Plan Bel levue 713-1 A.I., excepting there cut aM mines and minerals anc the right to work the same, lh( entire estate in fee simple; (bj The purposes tcr which the land Is to be used by the Municipality are (1) For right cf way for Ihi Maple Leaf waler main; (2) Fcr right ol way tor th. service road; (3) To house Chi win at ing anc Pressure Reducing station and related equipment; (4) To create and maintain a sani- tary area jn the vicinity cf the Bellevue Municipal Water Works Pressure Reducing Sla- tlcn and related equipment. c) The amount that the municipality Is ready to pay for Ihe land to be expropriated is S2M M. d) That a by-law will te llrst present- ed to the Council of the -Munici- pality, lo authorize Ihe expropri- ation, at the Village of Bcllcvue Council meeting to be held on Octorer 17th, 1972, A.D. at the hour c! p.m. in Ihe office of th" secretary-Treasurer of the Village e-F Bettevue, Alberta. te) That a plan cf the land to fce expropriated Is on file in Ihe office of the Secretary-Treasurer cf the Municipality of Bellevue is available for Inspection Irom A.M. lo 12 nocn and from 1 to J P.M. daily except Sat- urday. Sunday and legal holidays. (O That the cwner is entitled, before enactment ol the by-law, lo reprc'entaticris to the Municipali- ty and set forlli his reasons why Ihe land should ncl be expropriated. ml cf compensation PAYNE Funeral service for Mrs. Charlotte Catherine Payne, who died Friday, Sept. 22, 1972, at the age ot 63 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in the Alberta Stake Chapel ol the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints with' Bishop Donald Shaw of the Cardston Third Ward officiating. Pall- bearers were Horace and Wil- son Payne; Dclbert, Merlin, Glen and Donald Steed; and Owen McClung. Interment was in the Cardston Cemetery. Christenseu Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of al was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS 'WILKINS wish to ex tend our heartfelt thank yn and expression of gratitude t all our friends, jteighbors aiu relatives for the flowers, card of sympathy, and food receivec during the passing of our hu band and father. We also wis to tliank the doctors at 11 Hunt Clinic and the staff of S Michael's Hospital, and Rev. R W. K. Elliott for his comfortin words. The many, kindness were greatly appreciated. and Dennis Wilton 97 tudy on security made by the RCMP and penitentiary offi- cials. Central to the plan are he "special security squads" hat will work inside jails at- empting to uncover and pre- vent break-outs. They will be made up of sea- soned penitentiary officials with "special training and ex- perience in keeping inmates in- the spokesman said. All institutions contain "good rats and bad the spokes- man said, and the new squads will contain men that will be able lo sift relevant from ir- relevant information passed on by "stool pigeons." fcr Ihe land will tie impels a asceriai Irved and fixed ty The Public Utilities Bwrcf, al a future date, (hi That the Municipality is prepared to pay as damages tor injurious alf EC Hen, the sum ol S1CO.OO. DATED at Seilevire, in the Prov- ince cf Alberta, this Tlth clay of Sep- tember, A.D, 1972, F. M. Kannem Secretary-Treasurer Village of Bellovue Rescue vessels 14 men 75 CONTRACTS FENCE CONSTRUCTION AMD RE- PAIR. MISCELLANEOUS BUILDING, IN'G. PHONE 377-5087, 373-3963. FENCES, SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, ing, finishing and form work. Free cs- timales. Guaranteed workmanship. No ioi too small. Phone 373-0987 or 345- REMODELLING kitchens, living BATHROOMS, INSTALLATION Aluminum slorm and doors, and siding. FREE ESTIMATES ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. Lernbridge CW37.1K1 save LORIENT, France (AP) Rescue ships saved 14 men from the flaming Cyprus freighter Ketais early today, but seven olhe? crew members were reported missing, autho- itics said. Distress messages were heard from the ship late Thursday night and several ships in the vicinity changed course and went to the rescue in the Bay of Biscay. Fire burned in the Kckenis all night, but it was reported extinguished this morning. The oceangoing tug Pacific left Brest to take the burned-out frckher in low. The Swedish tanker Axel Drostrom was credited with rescuing the 17 crew members. WLLIAMS Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Effie G. Williams, beloved wife of the late Mr. Elias R. Williams who died in the city Monday, Sept; -25, 1972, after a long illness at the age of 74 years, was held at a.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were B. Hunt, Bert Folkins Clifford Qually, Alfred Harjin George Holmbcrg and Ton; Follinglpw. Interment was ii. Mountain View Cemetery. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu neral Service, was in charge o the arrangements. LACZO Funeral service fo Mrs. Franciska Laczo, lielove wife cf the late Mr. Emeric Laczo who died in the city Sun (lay. Sept. 21, J972, after a Ion illness at the age of 83 years was held at 3 p.m. Thursday i Martin Eros. Memorial Chape 703 I3th St. N., with Rev. Dr II. W. K. Elliolf officiating Pallbearers were R, Fraser, Flauser, J, Shearer, V. Greene II. Nelson and J. nosenkrnn Interment was in Ihe Bowvil Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd Directors of Funeral Service was in charge of the arrangi mcnts. ALDRIDftF. Funeral se vice for Frank Ahiridge, loved hushand of Mrs. Ncl Altiridge of Cardston who di< there Monday, Sept. 25, 1972, the age of 77 years, was he' at p.m. Wednesday, Scp 27, 1972, in Ihe Allwrta Stak Chapel of the Church of .lesi Christ of Latter Dav Sain with Bishop Donald Shaw of cialing. Pallbearers were Gar Frank and Stanley Vfeis. Thomas Crooks, Richard M lard and Paul Aldridge. Inter ment was in the Cardston Cem clcry. Christensen Salmon F neral Home Ltd., Directors Funeral Service, was in char of the arrangements. U.S. fisliiiig companies iiit hard Cabinet dwnges made TORONTO (CP) Premier William Davis promoted two o: his cabinet ministers Thursday and brought lour freshman members of the legislature into the cabinet. The changes: Kerr, 48, from col leges and universities to provin secretary for justice; Winkler, 48, from con sumer and commercial rela tions to chairman of the man agement hoard cabinet; Twining Clement, 44, to consumer and commercial relations; McNie, 52, to colleges and universities; Bennett, 36, to min- ister without portfolio; Birch, 51, to min- ister without portfolio. TWO PROMOTIONS For Mr. Kerr, ot Halton West, and Mr. Winkler, Grey South, the moves represent pro- motion since they now move into the influential policy and priorities board of cabinet, an inner circle which shapes the all thru the year! Crochet fashionable belted topper make easy 4 inch granny squares while you watch TV. Use knitting wor- sted. Pattern 7000: misses' sizes 8-16 included SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for cadi pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents or each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, Needlecraft Dcpt. Address. Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto I, Ontario It's soft, it's gently slimming it's just the right kind of dress for now thru fall. Arched skirt seaming, soft tie are fa- shion news. Printed Pattern 4742: NEW alf Where party leaders are By THE CANADIAN PRESS Prime Minister and Tim- mins, Ont., and La Tuque, Que. Progressive Conservative Leader Stanfield and Scbrtngville, Ont. New Democrat Leader Timmins and Iroquois Falls, Ont. Social C r c il i t leader at home in Houyn, Que. THE GOLDEN MILE SEN- ior Citizens Centre would liie thank the Sunburst Ceramics r the bean pot set which ey donated to the Centre the inner of which was Mrs. P. of Medicine Hat. All e members who donated so lnerously to the Bake Sale id made it such a success ind all the "willing horses" lio worked so hard. C4591 BARRY I wish to express y sincere thanks to my doctors, urses and staff of the third floor imicipal Hospital and to the riests, for their attention nd care during my stay in the ospifal. Special thanks to those rho brought flowrers, gifts and ent cards; also to relatives, riends and neighbors who rought food and visited me. John A. Barry BOSTON (AP) A "red tide" of toxic IN MEMORIAMS COMAI In loving memory f a dear hushand, father and grandfather, who passed away eptember 29, 1962. Like falling leaves the years go by, But love and remembrance never die. remembered by wife Olga, daughters, Wilma, Rita and families. gae which brought on a ban on the sale and consumption of some shellfish in five New England states two weeks ago has sent an economic shock through the entire fishing industry of the area. President Nixon declared the northeastern U.S. coast a dis- aster area Thursday and the small business administration and the office of emergency preparedness began gearing up to see what they can do to res- cue hard-pressed fishing firms. Prices for shellfish affected by the ban as well as species wliich have been declared safe from red tide poisoning have skidded, for fishermen as weii as wholesalers and retailers. "They've cooked it com- said Al Hook, a part- 9345 ner jn the lobster firm of James Hook and Co. "Our busi- ness has fallen off 60 to 70 per cent." It is worse in other places, such as the picturesque fishing town of Gloucester, where an estimated 70 per cent of the general direction of govern- ment policy. As justice secretary, Mr. Kerr will occupy the post va- cated by Allan Lawrence who resigned recently to become a candidate in the Oct. 30 federal general election. As management board chair- man, Mr. Winkler will replace Charles MacNaughton, who was relieved of the chairman's duties to give him more time for his post of provincial treas- urer. He took over the treasurer's Job after Darcy McKeough re- signed recently as a result of charges of conflict of interest: Another minister, Attorney- General Dalton Bales, was also accused of having a conflict of interest, but he did not resign and was not affected in Thurs- day's shuffle. Mr. Clement, Niagara Falls, was not sworn In as the new minister of consumer and com- mercial relations. He is chair- man of the select committee on company law, which is trav- elling in Europe. MUSIC CONFERENCE A music conference fov A berta is scheduled for Nov. 3- in Red Deer. Sizes 10V4, 12V4, 13V4. Size (bust 37) akes 2Vi yards 54-inch. EVENTY-FIVE CENTS (75c) n coins (no stamps, please) or each pattern add 15 cents or each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYI.E NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, care of Be a fasliion winner! See 00 easy, fascinating styles choose one pattern free in all new Fall-Winter Catalog. 75c ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER. YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. PULITZER WIDOW HURT NEW YORK Marga- ret Leech Pulitzer, 78, author and widow of journalist Ralph Pulitzer, is in fair condition in hospital with second-and third- degree burns suffered in an electrical fire here in her apartment The author ot sev- eral books and short stones, Mrs. Pulitzer won Pulitzer Prizes In history in 1942 and 1960. 000 residents depend on the -ea for a living. MELVIN In loving mem- ory of William (BilP Melvin, who passed away September 59, 1967. Gone from our sight, But not from our hearts, Our treasured memories will keep you with as always. missed by your wife, Dorothy; Beverly and Ron; Larry and Vickie and grandchildren. 9072 Blind robbed NEW YORK Blind newsdealer Albert Gran- chic is the latest viclim of an increasing number of assaults and robberies against New York City's some 200 blind or partially-blind news-stand oper- ators, police said yesterday. Granchie, 50, was attacked and thrown to the floor of his news- stand by a thief who fled with a canvas bag containing FACTORY WORKERS REQUIRED NOW! For one of Canada's largest, most modern home production plants. Located in a growing South- ern Alberta communily near Ihe foolhillj Soulh of Calgary. provide on-lhe-job training and op- portunity for wage advancement. Contact Mr. C. B. Thomas Personnel Manoger SAFEWAY SHELTER SYSTEMS LTD. Clareshalm Industrial Airport Box 970, Cloresholm, Alberta. Identify body found in river CANMORE (CP) Richard Arthur Kowak, 14, of Exshaw, was identified Thursday as the person pulled from tlie Bow River west of here Monday. The decomposed body was spoiled from an aircraft in the river near Exshaw, 60 miles ,vesl of Calgary. Police saiii the victim at- lempled Aug. 20 lo swim across the river vvilh another youth, tot was swept away by cur- rets. His companion swam across. i Sophia expecting MILAN (Renter) Actress Sophia Loren is expecting a second child, her husband Carlo Ponti has told a Milan maga- zine. Ponti said that work on laren's next film Madrc de Famiglia (Family Mother) "has been suspended just be- cause of my wife's pregnancy." MONTH END USED CAR BARGAINS 1966 METEOR RIDEAU 4 door, red. radio. 4677 1969 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 4-DR. Black. Rig. S3295 SPECIAL 1964 DODGE W300 POWER WAGON work. EXTRA SPECIAL '777 1970 DODGE CORONET 4 door, white. 6, radio. Reg. SPECIAL 1971 BUICK CENTURION 2-DR. Air conditioned. Res. SPECIAL 1968 DODGE D100 TON TURQ. ONLY M177 1970 DODGE 4 DOOR F01ARA CUSTOM R. Blue and white. Reg SPECIAl 1965 PONTIAC 2-DR. Hd. Radio. Blue. Ke9. SPECIAL 1970 MAZDA STATION WAGON Blue Extra Special M877 WS ACCEPT GRAIN IN TRADE! King Chrysler Dodge Ltd. 3rd AVE. and 1 llh ST. SO. LETHBRIDGE PUONE 328-9271 USED CARS ;