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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS FOR HAY AND STRAW Tenders arc Invited for the supply and delivery of hay and straw as undermentioned to the Agricultural Canada Research Station, Lcthbridgc, Alberta. Hay and straw to be (ram the 197J crop year. tail Alfalfa hay (both IJfiht and heavy grass mix required) tons straw Bids will be accepted on any qauntl- ty. Tenders will clcse April 18th, 1W3. f-or further Information and quotation request forms, contact C. G. Schoen- ing, Assistant Aaminisfrefive Officer, Agriculture Canada Research Station, Lethbrldge, Alberta. Phone 327-4561. COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO. 26 TENDER NOTICE Tenders for the supply of the fellow- ing herbicides are hereby invited: O) gallon drums Amine 96 oz, acid per gallon or equivalent (2) 10 45 gallon drums of 2-4-D Lo- Volatile 96 oz. acid per gallon cr equivalent f3) 20 Gallons Banvel Quotations to be made on the basis of being F.O.B. Picture Butte. Tenders to be clearly marked "Chem- ical Tender" and in the hands of ths Assistant Secretary Treasurer by p.m. April 25, 1973. Delivery must be within two (2) weeks of acceptance of tender. Committee reserves the right to reject any or all tenders. (Signed) R. E. Grant Assf. Secretary Treasurer County of Lethbridge No. 24 214 13th Street South, Lethbridge A32 ADDITION TO ST. JOSEPH'S ELEMENTARY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COALDALE, ALBERTA TENDER CALL Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned at the office of the Sec- retary, St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Wednesday, April a m. School, until 1973, not later than addition to: St. Joseph's Elementary Junior Hioh School Coaldale, Alberta Library and Staff Rooms General Contractors may obtain olans and specifications from Beton Engi- neering Limited, Designers and Engi- neers, Box 785 Lethbridge, Alberta. Plans may be obtained upon a deposit of This sum will be refunded provided that all documents are -e- turned In goad condition not later than ten days after closing date of tender. A certified cheque or bid bond in 'he amount of ten percent of the tender price must accompany all lenders. The successful contractor must fur- nish a Performance Bond in the amount of fifty parcent of the contract sum, if so required by the ov.-ner. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Mr. S. Siemco Secretary-Treasurer Coaldale R.C.S. S.D. No. 73 Box 119 Coaldale, Alberta A2i INVITATION TO TENDER TENDERS FOR GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF SOUTH-WESTERN ALBERTA REGIONAL HOSPITAL LAUNDRY LETHBRIDGE, ALSERTA Sealed tenders addressed to The Chair- man of the Board, Lethbridge Gen- eral and Auxiliarv Hospital and Nurs. ing Home District No. 45, will be re- ceived at the office of The Admini- strator, Lethbridge Municipal Hosoi- tal, 9th Avenue and 18th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta, up to o'clock p.m. Mountain Standard Time, Wed- nesday, April 25th, 1573 Tender documents are availscls from the architects Robins Mitch- ell Watson, 52? Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta, to general con- tractors and mechanical and electri, cai prime sub-trades on decoslt of a S1OT.OO cheque payable to the Archi- tects. Deposit will be refunded on re- turn of documents in good order, with- in 14 days after tender closing. Tender documents will be displaved at Con- struction Association Offices in Leth- bridge. Calqary and Edmonton. Tenders shall be submitted in accord- ance with rules of the Alberta Bid Depository, through the Lethbridoe Branch, at 1321 3rd Avenue South, emended as per General Irstructicns. Esch tender must be accompanied by either (al a Certified Cheoue or bid bcr.d in the amount of S70.0CO.OO cr (b> a bid bond in the amount o' 10 per cent of the fender. Certified cheques are to be made cayatle to ths Lethbridse Hospital District No. 65. THE LOWEST O1? ANY TENDER '.'.'ILL NOT NECESSARILY BE AC- CEPTED. A2S DEATH SKIDMORE On Friday, April 6, 1973, Mrs. Inez Skid- more late of 10150 121 Street, Edmonton, formerly of Leth- bridge, passed away at age 73 years. She is survived by thres sons, Larry and Wesley of Ed- monton, Kenny in Toronto; two daughters, Mrs. A. (Sheila) Pfeifle, Red Deer and Mrs. D. (Betty) King in British Colum- bia; 18 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; two sis- ters, Mrs. Betty Beck and Mrs. Clara Ranger of Edmonton. Predeceased by her loving hus- band Herbert. Funeral services will be held at p.m. on Tuesday at Hainstcck's Chapel, Edmonton, with Pastor George Smith officiating. Interment in Beechmount Cemetery. HAIN- STOCK AND SON, LIMITED, 10541 81 Avenue, South Edmon- ton. PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS FOR STORAGE RESERVOIR Sealed tenders wil be received by the undersigned until p.m., local Regina time on Thursday, April 26, 1973, fof construction of the City of Swift Current South Hill Water Storage Reservoir 1973. The site of the work is in the City of Swift Current, Sas- katchewan. The work consists of the supply of all plant, labour and materials far the construction of a one million gallon reinforced concrete stor- age reservoir with interconnecting pipe- work and associated manholes. Tha plans and specifications may be viewed in the Regina, Saskatoon, Swift Current and Medicine Hat Offices of the local Builders' Exchange or Con- struction Association. Plans, specifications, instructions and forms fy bidding may be obtained from the undersigned at his office in Regina, Saskatchewan, upon the de- posit cf twenty-five dollars (525.00) cash or a certified cheque for the amount, payable to the Receiver General of Canada, which deposit will be redeem- able upon the return of the plans and specifications in good order within one month after tenders have closed. Ten- des will net be considered unless made on the form supplied and in accordance with instructions supplied with the specifications. Tenders must be ac- companied by security in the amount and form specified in the Instructions. The lowest cr any tender not neces- sarily accepted. By Order W. B. Thomson Chief Engineer, PFRA 401 Motherwell Building Regina, Saskatchewan A21 DEATHS HINGLEY Friday, April 6, 1973, Charles, aged 93 years, beloved father of Burton King- ley. Lomond. Services at St. Aldhelm's Anglican Church, Vulcan, Tuesday p.m., Rev. D. B. Woodrow official; ing. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrange- ments. C8595 CALKINS Passed away suddenly at his residence in Coutts on Sunday, April 8th, 1973, Mr. Ralph Edwin Calkins the age of 70 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Ely Cal- kins of Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors.of Fu- neral Service. DEATHS McLEAN Passed away in the city en Friday, April Mr. Gordon FJestwood McLean at the age cf 59 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Cleo McLean cf 1823 15th Avenue S. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C8606! LEVVIS Passed away in the city on Monday, April 9, 1973, Mrs. Catherine Lewis at the age of 87 years, of the Blue Sky Ledge, beloved wife of the late Mr. William Edgar Lewis. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C3604 DEATHS POPSON Passed away sud- denly in the city on Sunday, April 8th, 1973, Mr. Michael (Mike) Popson at the age of 72 years of Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be announc- ed when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C8601 CARD OF THANKS CAJIOON We wish to ex- press sincere thanks and ap- preciation to our friends and relatives for their many kind- nesses and sympathy extended to us in our recent bereavement. Especially do we express thanks to the doctors who worked so valiantly for little Kylauna Louise, to the nursing staff on the Second Floor cf the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital for their consideration and care, to the Christensan-Salmon Funeral Home, to Bishop Oler and councillors, to Loreen Steed and hsr Relief Society sisters, and to family and friends for foou, flowers, cards and visits. Lance, Marge and Rex 182 IN MEMORIAMS OLSEN Passed away in Medicine Hat. Friday, April 6, 1973, Henry cf Vauxhall at the sge of 50 "years. Eom tt Tul- strup, Denmark, March he came to Vauxhall in 1950 and worked on the J. B. Ross Farm for two years and for the past 21 years he has worked for Elgin Explorations Ltd. of Calgary. Survivors, his mother, Mrs. Agnes Olsen. Denmark; two sisters, Mrs. Eleanor Jen- sen and Mrs. Karen Fhil in Denmark; one brother, Ber- nard of Denmark. Funeral ser- vices will be conducted from Humphries Funeral Chapel in Taber on Tuesday, April 10. at 2 p.m., with Rev. Kenneth Mor-, ris officiating. Interment will j follow in Vauxhall cemetery. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD.. in charge of ar- rangements. C8597 C8605 VONKEMAN Passed away suddenly at the residence in Iron Springs on Saturday, April 7th. 1973, Mr. Abe Vonkeman at the age of 39 years, of Iron Springs. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Ser- PARKINS Passed away in I Calgary on Saturday. April 7, 1973, Dale Wade Parkins, be- loved infant son cf Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Parkins cf 503 21 St. N. Besides his loving parents he is survived by his grandparents. Mrs. Florence Parkins of Magrath and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Semak of Leth- bridge. A graveside service will be held on Tuesday, April 10th at 10 a.m., with Rev. Father Ken Forster officiating. Interment will follow in the! Mount Calvary section of; Mountain View Cemetery. ory of our husband, father and grandfsibar, Joseph Mihalik, who passed away April 9, 1S68. remembered Helen and family. by 187 tors of the Funeral Service. MAimv In loving mem- ory of a dear husband. Benjamin B. Martin, who passed away April 9, 1972. The world charges from year to year, And friends from day to day. But never will the orte I Icve From memory pass away. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- remembered by his wife Annie. C86001 187 vice. C8602! BROWN Passed away sud- denly at the residence hi Milk River on Sunday, April 8. 1973. Mr. Walter Brown at the age of 61 years, of Milk River. Funer- al arrangements will be an- nounced when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Sen-ice. C8603 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will received by undersigned up to 11 o'clccK a.m. Standard Time on Woncay, May 7, Vi73 for the following work. CONSTRUCTION OF A PRECAST CONCRETE STRINGER STRUC- TURE TO CARRY SECONDARY 770 THE C.N.R. TRACKS AT CARVEL Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Chief Bridoe Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton; Office of the District Er> Administration Suildinc, bridge; and Office of the District En- cir.eer. Highways Building, Calgary and te available only to Individu- als domiciled and operating in the Province of Alterta, or to partner, ships or corporations registered and operating in and wfco have established a fixed place of business in the Prov- ince cf A deposit of Twenty- Five Dollars will fce required fs" each espy of Contract and Specifi- cations taken. Each bid must te ac- cowanied ty Marked cheque or bond equal to 10Tc of tender. Tenders be o-wned In public. The lowest cr any tender net necessarily accepted. V. E. AteCUNE DEPUTY MINiSTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT A33 Reene, pass- ed away suddenly in Raymond on Saturday, April 7th, 1973 at the age of 42 years, beloved husband cf Jo Ann Kindt of Raymond. Mr. Kindt was born in Louisville. Ontario on Jan- uary 20th. 1931. He moved to Raymond in 1935 where he re- ceived his education. He mar- ried Jo Ann Polderman on Au- gust 23, 1952 in Raymond. He owned and operated Willy's T.V. aud Radio Repairs at the tirn-3 of his passins. Left to mcum his passing besides his loving wife. Jo Ann. are two sans. Monte and Rodney; two daughters, Julie and Janie, all at home; three brothers, Ben, George and Roy, all of Raymond. He was predeceased by one son. Stephan Reene in October 1971. Funeral services will be held in the Raymond Second Ward L.D.S. Cbapel on Wednesday, April p.m., with Bishop Bobce officiating. llth at 2 G e o rge Interment will follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may meat the family and pay their res- pects from 1 p.m. prior to the service at the church. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- HOSTETTER Passed awav 5th. 1973 following a lengthy'ill- ness, Mrs. Jane (Jennie) "Hos- teler at the age of 93 years of the Devon Nursing Home, beloved wife of the late Mr. Frederick Hostetter. Born and raised in England, the late Mrs. Hostetter came to Cansda -in 1906, to Feniie B.C. She moved to Pincher Creek in and to Lethbridge one year later. Sire has continued to reside in Leth- bridge until her passing. The late Mrs. Hostetter was well known for her singing in church circles and holds a life mem- bership in the Women's Mis- sionary Society of the Church of the Nazarene. She is surviv- ed by threa sons, Mr. Frerhr- ick Arthur Hcstetter of Castle- gar, B.C.. Mr. Gordon Laverne Hostelter of Victoria, B.C., Mr. WilliEm Montreal Leslie P.Q-; Hcstetter of 16 grandcbil- neral Service. CS59S' PUBLIC NOTICE dren, several great-grandchil- dren, aad cne brother, Mr. S.anley Pearson of Rossland. B.C. The funeral service will be held on Tussday at 1 p.m. ir. Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev. R. G. Deasiey officiating. Interment will follow in tha family plot, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mariin Bros, TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Averue S. from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Monday MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu-1 neral Service. CS599 FUNERAL 1 BOURRET In IcviBg mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- mctiier. Yvonne, who passed away April 9, 1971. MAllSER Funeral service We never forget, we draft even try, Our love for ycu w, die. You cannot be with trials to shsre. But we walk beside you thought and prayer. remembered and sad- ly missed by Vie, Yvonne b.5U7ret femily: William sad never us, our in Spilchen Bcurri family. and ths 193 for Anton Mauser, Taber resi-! dent and beloved husband of j Mrs. Theresa Mauser cf Tabsr who died at Lethbridge Wed-' nesday, April 4, 1973, at the, sge of 89 years, was held at 11! a.m. Fridav, April 6, 1973, m St. Augustine's Roman Cz'Ca-1 oiic Church, Taber. v.ilh Rev. Don O'Dwyer the celebrant. Honorary pallbearers were John S-torya, Pctjr Kronsteh. John Merkl. John Schebli. Steve Tamtom, Frank Sitter. John Penic, Lawrence Merkl, John Tamtom and frank Kil- linger. Active pallbearers ere' Mike Ssfcura Jr.. Jce Sekura. Frank Sitter Sr.. Fred and Frank Merkl and John Tain-1 torn, Jr.. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Garden. Hum- phries Funeral Hcme Ltd., Tabsr, Directors ef Funeral j apcointed domestic marketing Service, was in charge cf ths j officer for the Alberta Depart- arraBgements. Monday, April 9, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 Pablo Picaso dead at 91 Revolutionized modern art MOUGINS, France (AP) Art lovers around the world to- day saluted the genius of Pablo Picasso, dead at 91 after one of the most notable and influential careers in the history of paint- ing. The Spanish-born revolution- ary who changed the course of 2Cth-century art died Sunday at his walled estate overlooking the Mediterranean. Death was attributed to a heart attack brought on by collection of fluid in the lungs. Funeral arrangements have not yet been announced. Picasso had been reported in good health and working with his usual zest despite recurrent attacks of grippe during the winter. He recently completed arrangements for the showing in Avignon next month of all his paintings produced since 1970, a total of 201 canvases. Saturday night, the artist and his wife, Jacqueline, enter- tained friends at dinner. Pi- casso was reported in high spir- its, eating heartily and enter- taining Ms guest with stories. After the guests left, he went to his studio to work. When he awakened Sunday morning, he complained of a pain and his wife called a doc- tor. But by the time he arrived 10 minutes later, Picasso was dead. Picasso died among one of the greatest troves of 20th-cen- tury art ever amassed in pri- vate hands. Estimates of Picasso's wealth were considered the wildest sort of guesswork, but he was un- doubtedly one of the richest art- ists who ever lived, and prob- ably the richest. He was sellinf enough of his work to live com fortably in Paris by the time he was 30, and in the last 50 years his prices rose steadily. Born in Malaga, on the south coast of Spain, Picasso was a child genius who seemed to never stop imagining sew ways to present his universe. He mastered representational art, invented cubism to give a new dimension to painting, then turned to distortion, with the face and body taken apart and then reassembled in accordance with his own vision. Despite the wide appeal of his representa- tional work in his Blue and Rose periods, it is the dis- tortions that the public gener- ally associates with his name. "In my case a picture is a sum of destructions." Picasso said in an interview in 1935. "I make a I destroy it. "A picture is not thought out and settled beforehand. While it is being done it changes as one's thoughts change. And when it is finished it goes on changing according to toe state of mind of whoever is looking at Moonshine costs doctor 500 firie A Lethbridge doctor was fined in provincial court Friday after pleading guilty to a charge of possession of filicit spirits, or moonshine. The charge against Dr. Law- rence Kotkas, of 2418 20tii Ave. S.. was laid March 6 after three children got into his supply of 12 galions and had to be treat- ed in hospital because of the li- quor's effects. Bowns named Lethbridge chamber general I manager Wilf Bonus has been 1 ment cf Agriculture.' SISTER CATHERINE WALLACE. The head of little-known Mount Saint Vincent University is astonishingly different. Harry Bruce explains why this Saturday. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE 'ion V' CITY OF IETHBRIDGE IK THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT. BEING CHAPTER R.S.A WO AKO AMENDMENTS THERETO AND IN THE VATTER ef the City Lettibridse No. 3116, being to amend By-Law No. bei-xj a by-lav; with respect Jo Zjfilmj for th- City cf Letjibridge TAKE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the 73rd day of April. 1973, at the hiur ot eight o'clock in the afternoon In Chamber cf City Hall, ine Council the City c! Lethbridts will held a Public Hearing pursuant to Sec- The Plzming Art to consider the proposed By-Law Nj 311S to amend By-Lava Ho. 3750 8S the Zoning AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT the proDMed By-Law 3116 will amend the Zoning Map by deleting Zone R? RESIDENTIAL and delineating as Zone R7 RESIDENTIAL {AluJtipIf Dwellings) lannds Lois One to Five (5) Inclusive, Blsck Twenty Four Lets One (1) to Seventeen (17) inclusive. Slort Tv.errty Two Lots Seventy Four fJ-s) io Eighty Mir.; (89) inclusive. Two as outlined i-i sn Unregistered Plan ot City o! orcpared cy T. Okamura, A.L.S. es LSK71 aj Pfrk Meady.vs Subdivision Phase 2 ard wh'.ch sutdivisiri i- bounded on the nor.h by LcrV. Read v.hicli Hovey of Le'Ji- j bridge. Mrs. Lorrie Johnson of Los Angeles, California; lour gracdcrildren, two sisters, Mrs. J (Annette1! Twizefl of Vic- j toria. Mrs. -I Bergman cf CoaJtnarst: and thrcs broth- era Join cf Scrama. Dave of i Bannis. ar-d Nels of Victoria. The funeral sen-ice will be held on Tncsdav at 3 p.m. Martin Eros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, j 3rd Avenue S.. with Rev. Peter Dydc officiating. Inicr- MemonaJ Gardens. may pav Jhcir respects aJ Mar- tin B'ros. TRADITIONAL COROLLA FRONT DISC BRAKES ELECTRIC REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER RECLINING BUCKET SEATS WHITEWALLS CIGARETTE LIGHTER STANDARD OPTIONAL MORE CAR FOR YOUR MONEY. iTS WHAT MADE US THE BIGGEST SELLING SMALL CAR IN CANADA AND THE WORLD. Clerk net Ut1t-r 1v.o o'cxk on Wj'flnrsiSBy the FU3THEU TJOIICH THAT 1U.-S 1 lc such iupoo't sr! fc-iff Ii (A na thai tti iirvulti DATED City ef This cf April. lOhn Gsrls CUv la and "be CHAPEL. 3rd 32B-2.Tfil. In scr AjberJa Heart Avenue S, of illow- to fir Fund, care o! TOYOTA See hovvmvch car your money can buy. ectors of Funeral service. ileSretailpneef OB Vsmcwv-rr Ca'say "a-i-i'3 v t i rtax. licence pron.ic.ial uses exfa. ;