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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS HAVE AVAILABLE FOR IN. vestment. Contact Box 131, Herald. _________________________ 958H MORTGAGE MONEY" Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. 328-5548 CSZIMf MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing: In smoll and old homes call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd South, 328-3251. Schwartz Agencies (1972) ltd. College Mall, Phone 3J83331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms ranches. City cr Town. Lowest Interest available, and second mortgages. First C8453-7 90 CONTRACTS C AND J EQUIPMENT COMPAC tion and concrete equipment, Bobcat loaders, heaters. Phone 328-4745. 1410 2nd Ave. S. FOR RUMPUS ROOMS, KITCHEN cupboards, remodelling and repairs Phone 8. Raven, 327-3219. Free esti- mates. C6492-ff ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, Truck driver tries to run man down CALGAKY (CP) A charge of attenuated murder was laid against the driver of a light truck after several attempts were made Monday to run a man down. Bruce Leonard, 29, was to ap- pear in court today. Police said a three-quarter- ton truck stopped at the resi- dence of Harvey Bryden, 45, and after a short conversation between Mr. Bryden and the April 3, 1973 THE UTHBRIDOI HERALD if driver, the vehicle was repeat-) elly driven at Mr. Bryden. He DEATH CURRIE Passed away sud denly on Saturday, March 3lst 1973, Mr. Neil Currie, at the age cf 76 years, bsloved hus- band of Mrs. Margaret Currie Of 1122 12th St. "B" South Letbbridge. Born in North Dakota, December 27 1896. the late Mr. Currie came to Canada with his parents in 1908 settling in the Picture escaped injury. Police said Mr. Bryden's wife pud teen-age son same out of the house and the vehicle was also driven at them. They were not injured. 5745. DO YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM cupboards, remodelling or repairs In your home' E Phone 328-2237. and L Construction. 7699-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work ana stuccoing. Anderson and soremon Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6082. C7377-M FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone C3Ml-tf PUBLIC NOTICE ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders fcr the construction of lineal feet of buried clay tils drainage piptline and associated in- spection manholes and other related work located approximately 2 miles south and miles east cf Taber, Aiberta. will be received at the office of the Irrigation District up to a m, local time. April 14th, 1973. Se- curity will be required. Copies cf the drawings and specifications may be obtained from the Irrigation District or from "Alberta Department of the Environment Design and Construc- tion Division Irrigation Capi- tal Works Project, Administration B.'ildmg, Lethbridge, on cr after April 3rd, 1973 upon deposit of in cheque, made payable to the Board of Directors. The Board re- serves the right to reject any or all tenders. The Board cf Directors The St. Mary River irrigation District Lethbridge, Alberta. CERTIFICATES FOUND FUJI, Japan (AP) City of- ficials in nearby Fujinomiya were cleaning out an old safe when they found a bundle of stock certificates donated by a paper compary 22 years ago and now worth They said 30 per cent of the shares will be sold to finance educa- tional programs. PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS V.715 Sealed Tenders will be received b y the Architects until p.m., MON- DAY, APRIL 23rd, 1973, for the con- struction of an addition to the ARMY, NAVY AND AIRFORCE VETERANS' CLUB, LETHBRIDSE. General Contractors may obtain Plans and Specifications from the Architects upon a deooslt of refundable providing that all documents are re- turned unmarked and In good condition not later than ten after the clos- ing cf tenders. Sue-Contractors may examine Plans and specifications at the Lethbridge and Calgary Construction Association office, and bids shall be submitted In accordance with the rules and resula- ticns of the Alberta Bid Depository Ltd, through Lethbridge branch. General Contractors shall enclose with their tenders either a bid bond or cer- tified cheque in the amount of oo. The successful Contractor will be re- quired to furnish a Performance Bend in the amount of 50% of the Contract. The lowest or any fender will not necessarily be acceoted. LURIE AND NEUFELD ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS 309 Sixth Street South, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. M110 PUBLIC NOTICES steaded in the Lomond District returning to the Nobleford area in 1924, where he farmed for 25 years. In 1949 Mr. Currie sold his farm, moving to Lethbridge, and in 1851 Mr. Currie and his two sens started a Lethbridge business. The late Mr. Currie was active in community work having served on the Leth- bridge Northern Irrigation Dis- trict, and district school boards. He also had a very keen inter- est hi politics. Besides his lov- ing wife he is survived by two sons and two daughters. Mrs. Fred (Luella) Karren cf Pic- ture Butte. Mrs. Lloyd (Maude) Orcutt of Coaldale and Walter and Lloyd of Lethbridge; 17 grandchildren and 10 great- grandchildren. Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. Isla Quam and a brother, Elmer Currie, both of Everett. Washington. He was predeceased by two broth- ers Earl and Dave and one sis- ter, Luella. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday, April 4th at 3 p.m. in Southmin- ster United Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment wiH follow in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. South, phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Service. C8478 PUBLC NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of Section 315 of The Municipal Act and Sections IAS and 153 of The Municipal Taxation Act, R.S.A. 1970, PuWic Notice li hereby given that the Council of the City of Lethbridge In- tends to undertake the construction of certain street paving as local Im- provement. The estimated cost cf the aforementioned local improvement Is repayable over period of 15 years at rate of Interest not exceeding nine per centum per annum and to charge the lands abutting that portion of street or place wherein the local Improvement Is made at uniform rate of 79.94 cents per front foot of frontage over the said period of 15 years. All cost In excess of the aforementioned per front foot will M borne by the City of Lethbridae at large The location of the proposed local improvement as follows: LOCATION FROM TO 13th Avenue ''A" Nortft East Limit Street North West Limit Stafford Drive 3rd Street South Avenue "A" South 3rd Street South 9th Avenue South Avenue "A" South South Limit 7th AvenueNorth Limit (tn Avenue "A" South West Limit 3rd Street South South West Limit 4th Street South Soath" Limit 8th AvenucNortti Limit Wh Avenue South West Limit Street South Easterly West Limit Lane "A" South West Limit 3rd Street South East Limit 12th Street "8" South South Service East Limit 32nd Street East Limit 14th Street Highway 1 East Sovtn Sooth Notice further given that, the majority of the owners of the lands that mey be etsesed therefor, representing at least one-half tn value thereof as petition the Council against it within two weeks after the last publication of the Notice, the local Improvement may be undertaken and tne cost thereof assessed by the system of assessment referred to In this Notice. If no petition sufficiently signed has, within the time limited In that benalf, been presented to the Council against the local Improvement or assessment aforementioned, the Council may undertake the proposed local Im- provement at any time within three years of the giving of the Notice. Date of the last publication of this Notice will the 11th day of April, 1973. DATED at the City of Lettibrldge this 3rd day -f April, 1973. John Gerla City Clerk A4 PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of Section 31S of The Mun'cipal Government Act arvd Sections 145 and 143 of The Municipal Taxation Act, Public Notice Is hereby given thai the Couicil of the City of Lethbridge intends to undertake construction oS Lane Paving zs a local in-.srcwnent. The estimated cast of the aforementioned local improvemffnt is SST.CM.CO is repayable over a Dericrt cf 5 yesrs at a rate o! intercut nri excesditKj 9 psr tsntvm per annum and to charge the lands abutting ttwt psrtien of the slrest or place wherein The local Improvement is -naae st a uniform rate of 1.177 otflm per front tot of frontage which is calcuWed at maximum interest rate of 7 and over the said period cf five years. All cost in excess cf the aforementioned rate per front foot will be borne by the City of Lcthbrldge. The location of the proposed local Improvement is follows: PET1TSON NO. LOCATION Plan 8593-OB, 5K> Black of ZJrd Street SooSh ?m SVcet South Lane abutting LcJs 7 to n. Block lit, Pten OS3-S, JTO Bixk SSSi Avenue South. lane In 3 tni 1A. Plan I3B9 1JTO Blocks iTSti and Itlh Soclti fn 31 tp 33, 33, V. Block t. Plan 30 and 31. Sleek 4, Plan 809-JX. BJoctt '8'. Plan 23W-JK. IOCS Black of TSWj Street South Mayor Wsgraft Drive. La's 1 to JS. PJan J5W-HC, Block Of 2WJ Stnwl Sotfth and Street SiaTh. tfax3 SwfflwrJy 30 feet lot 'A', Block S, Pton Sflt-S, 1000 Slock of Seem. Block 'A'. Wsn 1, Plan 123MJA, TWi Avenue to 8Jh Avenue between Street and Street 10H 1 to 8, Plen 3927-AA, 1 1o W, Lois 1 tg 1J and to V. Plan U34-Y, (CO Block of 1Stti Sftvet anS Ufli Street South Ltfs 1 to H. Stock Block West 10th Street Scvtn jmfl cf 51th Avwue South. LP-SL-11 m ttfft 1 to 24, Slock Plan IMfc-JK, JWh Avenut to 22nd Avmue tetween 20th Strrel Street South LP-SL-12 72 IS to a. Block 7. Plan 1JM-JK, 20th street to 2Sni between Avtnin Soulh aid Scenic Ortwi, LP-NL-1 72 Lets 1 X> 10, Block 13, Plan 13J7-6Y, 1WO ef 9th ItHTi North LWs 1 to ft Black '8'. Plsn SD59-R. Lots 1 to IT, Bksck Plan 133MJA, 700 Block of IWh Street 20th Street I Sot'h Less 1 tl Slack 5. Plan 8MJO. Stack South Drive ICItt tvsmit 'A' Socflti. is slvtm thai, unless the -majority til tfra owners the r-st msv be Teptt-senHno; cne-Wf m value --re o" at jrtor walfl wffllon the Council against wlWn twr weeks after the FUNERALS CULVER Funeral service for Charles Culver, Vauxhall resident who died at Taber Wednesday, March 28, 1973, at the age of 81 years, was held at p.m. Saturday. March 31, 1973. in Knox United Church, Taber, with Rev. Ken- neth Morris officiating. Pall- bearers were James Culver, Ken Schneider, Ken Culver, William Andrewchuk, Gary Se- crist and Bill Hotoboff, Jr. In- terment was in the Taber Mem- orial Gardens. Humphries Fu- neral Home, Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. BURLES Funeral service for Percy Samuel Buries, be- loved husband cf the late Mrs Elizabeth Buries woo died in the city Sunday. March after a brief illness at the age cf 93 years, was at 2 p.m. Thursday in St. Aiden's Angli- can Church, Cowley, with Rev. R. R. Griffiths officiating. Pall- bearers were Stanley Snyder, Edward Smythe. Robert Day, Thomas Heap. Ernest Lank and George Mowat. Interment was in the Livingston Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. RED CROW _ Funeral ser- vice for Fred Roy Red Crow, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stabs Down of the Blood Indian Reserve who died at Red Deer Wednesday, March 28, 1973, at the age of 23 years, was held at 10 a.m. Monday in St Catherine's Roman Cath- olic Church, Standoff, with Rev. J. Regnier officiating. Active pallbearers were Jack Many Bears. Gabriel DevLue, Greg- cry Eagle Plume, Charlie Wea- sel Head, Jr., Cyril Red Crow and Rudy Healy, Honorary pall- bearers were Horace Big Throat, Ralph Weasel Fat. Ben Red Crow, John and Jordan Healy and Allred Red Crow. Interment was in the Standoff Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Fu- IN MEMORiAMS GOODRICH In loving memory of my dearly beloved mom, Edith Goodrick, who de- parted this life April 1, 1955. Dearer still as the years depart Your memory lives within our heart, With tender love and deep regret We who loved you will never forget. missed by daughter Babs. Baldwin bill Impeachment return sought By PAUL JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau "OTTAWA A bill that would bring back to the Canadian Par- liamentary system the awesome process of often resulted in the defendant losing his bead on the block or being drawn and ceived first reading in the House of Commons Monday. Progressive Conservative Babs 9832 neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. PALMARCHUK In loving memory of a dear wife, mother, grandmother and great grand- mother, Helen, who passed away April 3, 1968. Beautiful memories woven in gold. This is the picture your loved ones hold. Deep on our hserts your mem- ories are tept, To love and to cherish and never forget. remembered and sadly missed by husband Alex and Alex and Beryl; Hslen and Mike; Mary and Fred; Rose and Bill and their families. 9780 DeHEER In loving mem- ory of our daughter and sister. Jacqueline DeHeer. who passed away April 2, 1969. I'll lend you for a little time A child of nine, he said; For you to love the while she lives And mourn when she is dead It may be six or seven years, Or twenty-two or three But will you, 'til I call her back, Take care of her for me. She'll bring her charms to gladden you And though her stay be brief You will have lovely memory As solace for your grief. I cannot promise she will stay Since all from earth return But there are lessons taught down here I want this child to learn. I have looked the world wide over ID my search for teachers true And from the throngs that crowd life's lane I have selected you. Now will you give her all your love Nor think the labor vain Nor hate me when I come to call To take her back again. We fancied that we heard them say Dear Lord, tby will be done For all the joy, thy child will bring The risk of grief we run We will shelter her with tenderness We will love her while we may And fcr th ebappiness ws have now Forever grateful stay. But shall the angels call for her Much sooner than we planned We shall brave the bitter grief That comes and try to understand. missed but ever remembered by mom, dad and sister. 9831 House leader Ged Baldwin, who a year ago attempted to have Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau and three of bis cabi- net minister's impeached, in- troduced the bill to the Com- mons amid suggestions that it was probably the most novel private member's bill to come to light in a decade or more. Under the Alberta MP's bill a prime minister, cabinet minis- ter, deputy minisLer or head of a Crown corporation could be brought to 'trial' for breaking the law or not carrying out their respnsibilities properly. Mr. Baldwin acknowledges that the days of chopping off a guiliy minister's head are long gene. Under his bill, the guilty would be dismissed from their posts and not allowed to at- tempt to re-occupy those posts again for at least two years. The Conservative House leader, who has represented Peace River constituency since 1958, says his bill is more Oian a simple novelty. "You might say it's partly in iest, and partly serious. Basically, some- thing has to be done to make government more answerable to Parliament and the people. This is one said the veteran MP. When Mr. Baldwin attempted to impeach Mr. Trudeau. Fi- nance Minister John Turner, Justice Minister Otto Lang and former Finance Minister Edgar Benson. Speaker Lucien Lamou- reux refused to give him the go- ahead smce impeachment had fallen into disuse over the cen- turies. Actually, Mr. Baldwin said he had found a case of impeach- ment as near as the 1800s and pointed out that occasionally moves had been made in recent times in Britain to bring back impeachment. The Conservative House leader wanted to iaipeach the four ministers for holding back some million in payments to Western Canadian farmers un- der the Temporary Wheat Re- serves Act. The government held the payments back be- cause it was trying to replace the act with a new grain stabili- zation bill. Under pressure from the West the government ca- pitulated and withdrew the new bill. "There was a clear case, not only of illegality, but of black- nail in the said Mr. Baldwin, himself a Queen's Counsel lawyer. .'The govern- ment refused to pay out the money hoping that by doing so t could force passage of its new legislation through the Commons." Mr. Baldwin says since Mr. Lamoureux suggested impeach- ment had become archaic and as such no longer existed, his cabinet ministers failed to take sufficient action then the public weald probably like to see those persons impeached." The Conservative House leader introduced his impeach- ment bill as part of his long crusade to make government more open to the public and more answerable for its actions. He also has a 'right to know' private member's bill before the Commons which would es- tablish stiff jail terms for cabin- et ministers and top civil ser- vants who refused to let the average Canadian citizen know what was going" on behind closed doors. Ottawa would be forced to hand over so-called secret and. confident papers which it guards tightly now. "The answerability of the cabinet to Parliament has be- come a myth. Like it or not, we have prime ministerial rule and any suggestion that the prime minister is truly responsible to the House of Commons is lu- dicrous." Mr. Baldwin blames the party system for gradually placing 'ultimate authority" in the lands of the prime minister. He says the prime minister and cabinet can now flout any law or commit any sin without sequences of their actions. Impeachment, says the New Zealand-born MP, would give the voters' elected representa- tives the power to pull in the reins on some of the govern- ment's wildest schemes. Actually, Mr. Baldwin, a lean and vigorous-looking 66-year- old, admits that his bill has little chance of becoming law. Few private member's bills ever do. "But I think in time it wffl come up for debate. It will stir an interest on the part of MPs and Canadians generally that the people by some means must have more control over govern- ment." However. If a 20th century politician or civil servant is ever impeached he will be In good the First felt the wrath of impeach- ment himself, says Mr. Bald- win. Pattern bill would reestablish the proc- being forced to face the con- ess of impeachment. Some 50 MPs would have to ign impeachment papers. Once >resented, the defendants would 'tried' by a joint committee >f six senators and 15 members }f Parliament. Mr. Baldwin suggests that ipart from breaking the law. which be has told the Commons ias occurred several times in he last two years, a wrongdoing" which would eave a cabinet minister open to mpeachment could result from ho food price crisis. If. say, the price of beef t up to S4 a pound because Mitchell again linked to bugging Pattern WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate Watergate committee set a meeting today to plug news leaks that have worried its chairman and angered the White House. A spokesman for Senator Sam Ervin said the seven-man committee might re- strict who gets information from the investigation into last year's wiretapping of Demo- cratic headquarters. Monday, after yet another news account quoted secret tes- timony linking the White House to the spying, President Nixon's press secretary, Ronald Ziegler. complained of "irresponsible leaks" and called on Ervin to "get his house in order." Earlier-Monday, Ervin said at a news conference he was worried about the news leaks. "I think that infinite harm can be done to an individual to charge him with complicity in a case of this kind in the absence of any concrete he said. The comments came after columnist Jack Anderson said convicted Watergate spy James McCord had given the com- mittee a written memorandum quoting G. Gordon Liddy, a Nixon re-election official also convicted in the case, as saying the wiretapping was planned at a meeting in the office of Attor- ney-General John Mitchell Chain store remanded CALGARY (CP> Canada Safeway Ltd., charged under Ui? Combines Investigation Act OTth operating a monopoly, was remanded in provincial court Monday to May 8. Safeway is accused of oper- ating a monopoly in the grocery business in Calgary and Ed- monton between 2963 and 1972.! BOMB DEVASTATES SMALL ULSTER TOWN BELFAST (AP) _ Terrorists been shot In the head from struck in Northern Ireland dur- ing the night, shooting one man dead and devastating the heart of a small country town with a powerful bomb. _ In the neighboring Irish re- public, teams of navy frogmen waited for the weather to clear before resuming an underwater search for the secrets cf a ship said to have been running arms for the outlawed Irish Republi- can Army. The 756th known death in Northern Ireland in four years of violence occurred in County Down, police said. The body of a man aged about 25 was found early today sprawled in a ditch at the side of a road. Police said be had close range. Late Monday night 100 pounds of gelignite exploded in Dung- iven. County Londonderry. It caused widespread damage in the main street and wounded three girls who were hit by fragments of glass. Police said that a few min- utes before the Mast a phone call warning about a bomb came from a man who said he represented an extremist Prot- estant organization called Red Hand. This group, one of the most mysterious and extreme in Northern Ireland's sectarian and social conflict, announced its existence a few weeks ago. Attract smiles 'tf compli- ments in this pert pair. Turn a shirt V skirt Into a great outfit with airy, easy-cro- chet top, cloche. Use 2 colors sport yarn. Pattern 7486: top (one size fits Misses' bat, S, M, L included. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents :or each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, NAME. ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Front Street West Toronto 1. Ontario Readers Mail Limited WHIRL INTO this beart-poc- tet wrap for the most free- feeling, joyous way of life on sunny days. Note V back, snap- ed-in shoulders. Printed Pattern 4970: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 12 rbust 34) takes yards 39-inch SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, care of 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. Short Order Cook required by HENDERSON IAKE GOLF CLUB to October 31, Salary commensurate with experience. Contact fhe Man- oger at 327-3625 for an Interview CARD OF THANKS notECKA We wish to ex- tend a sincere thank you to all i owr neighbors, friends and re- latives for ibe farewc1! party j our behalf and for the beauti-1 ful community gifts. Special thanks to those who entertain-, ed. to the ladies who served a lovely hatch, and to those wbo helped in making this snch a pleasant occasion. All was ap- preciated so much. and Mrs. Steve Holedta and Mary. 9930 I t 'he the onnertaken t-xJ by the syiteti of assmmcnt referred 1e In 5 W 'let 1 ns pi'ltisn sutticien'lv STonM hat the lime limited Tn !i d' btsi westMMI lo the Cojncll against the Jotsl ImwovtrneTrt v wit the Council may jmofrtate the wooased lacal 1m- c'ovement tft time wlthm three years tf tht giving of the Mrtlee. of the oobflcatiop of this Notice WUI be the llfh Om at fht City tathWWge JW fltr AsrTT, mi. Cfly A7 J Brewery workers favor strike VANCOUVER