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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, April 26, 1974 84 GARDENING I 86 PITS AND S'j.. LIES SAlt'S AIMP MOViN j Ol TKtEFS ai'RUCF I PHONf 5Btk> PASCO ARDENING RFRVICFR Havt> >oui Uwn power rakuU today Phone 328-7157 1344-30A Gardens rotonlled Phone 327-4033 alter 3 30 p m and weekends 9728- 18My Will haul garbage with half ton Rotohlling and landscaping Phone C8687-1I FOR LAWN AERATING DONE REASONABLY PHONE LARRY AT 328-2277 AFTER 5PM AND WEEKENDS. 328-3998 DAYS 9620-tf Rototilling with large yellow rototiller Free estimates Phone 327- 8237 9304-tf Pete's Rototilling Will do ro'.otillmg after 4pm and weekends Phone 328-8764 9727-3 BTg yellow rototiller Lawns and gardens Phone alter 5pm Sundays and Saturdays 328- 7028 9963-tl G K N CHOREMASTERS (Junior Achievement) Lawns mowed and raked We supply all equipment Free estimates Phone 327-5867 Lethbndge 158-8 Reliable students wnh garden equipment eager to rototill your garden Phone 328-6739 9964-30 3'r horsepower Poweniller Good shape Phone 327-3688 266-27 John's Rototilling lor garden tractor service Will do yards and gardens Phone 328-6403 9965-tf Ron s Rototilling and Garden Tractor Service Phone 328-6327 Good done at a reasonable rate 9926-29 Will build new fences repair old. paint or do odd lobs around gardens Reasonable rates Phone 327-3705 alter 6pm 14-27 Catoni Asier hedge for sale Phone 824-3385. Noblelord 15-26 TOP SOIL Any quantity Phone 328-7692 16-7 Large apole tree for sale Phone 328- 9530 after 6pm 211-29 Well ,-otied manure, delivered Phone 327-7918 or 327-6520 231-4 Grooming limited to Poodles only Phone 328-7547 212-tfh Will cut lawns throughout summer and take care of lawns while on holidays Phone 328-4108 213-? LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION SERVICES UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING SYSTEMS Residential Industrial Parks and Golt Courses Anywhere in Southern Alberta PO Box 105. Lethbridge Phone 328-0924 9461-17My PHONE DOUGS ROTOTILLING FOR HEAVY DUTY ROTOTILLING SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ALSO LANDSCAPING AND LAWN PLANTING PHONE 327-1227 FOR FREE ESTIMATES 1063-tf Lawn aerating phone 32f-i ill Mike Bobak 1499-tf Well rolled manure and good top soil 328-3289 1971-tl General spring cleanup and rolotillmg also landscaping and rock gardens Reasonable rales Phone 327-3606. 712-tf Power rake lor rent Man available if required Days 327-2383. evenings 327-1395 John Forrest Color Centre 1439-tf McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates Pruning, trimming and felling Call 328-2094 327- 1323 7030-tf Heavy duty rolotillmg rales Phone 327-3432 Reasonable 9777-26 Rototillma lawns Phone 327-8433 power raked 2039-tf COME AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF NURSERY STOCK Shade trees Ornamentals Fruit trees Perennials LACOMBE NURSERIES 5 Ml EAST OF LETHBRIDGE ON HIGHWAY NO 3 345-4633 C8137-U 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES Fryers farm fresh, pan ready 60c per pound Free delivery Also custom work. H. Dyck Coaldale. C8491-tt 86 PETS UNO SUPPLIES___________ Joanne's Poodle and Pet Clipping Service For appointment phone 328- 3763 1186-tfh Black miniature Poodle pups Can be registered Phone 223-3870. Taber 9538-27H Boarding Southalta Kennels offers Individual care m modern facilities Barnwell 223-4130 C8045-K Registered miniature Poodles, two male five years old, house trained Excellent with children G Addy. 223- 8363. Taber 9641-27h Registered blacl; Lab pups 809 7th St North Phone 327-6377 98-27 Aquariums, fish and fish supplies for sale Phone 328-8784, after 7 p.m. 99-27 Twelve week old registered Toy Poodle puppy for sale Phone 328- 7547. 214-27 Two purebred German Shepherd females Eight weeks old Phone 328- 4907 191-27 Two part Labrador pups, to be given away Phone Ken Allen. 732-4967. Picture Butte 192-27 For sale Two purebred Sealpomt kittens about eight weeks old Phone after 5pm. 329-4908 193-2 Pups to give away Phone 329- 3049 100-27 For sale One male and one female purebred poodle Seven weeks old S50 each After 3pm. 118 Bridge Villa Esiates 238-27 One two year old Great Dane female. Bnndle. Ears are cropped Registration available S100 Phone 328-4913 264-29 Have purebred Samoyed unregistered for stud services, to clean healthy females only m Phon? 345.4554 101-27 One year old Persian cat Male Black and white, to be given away to good home 328-9549 140-1 Southalta Boarding Kennels For all pets Tne Best o( Care Barnwell, 223-4130 C8043-llh For sale Three beautiful purebred male Greal Dane puppies from prize-winning slock Phone Leland Prince, days evenings 653- 2254. Cardston 9881-26 I omale Dobemiun pup lot Phone 9908 niter 6 p m 9S80 27 For Sdle Bkiik Labrador puppies Championship brooding excellent relreiveis Ready 10 Irnm Warner 9729-26 Two male Cocker puppioi Phone 327-9908 after 6pm 9879-27 Dachshund puppies miniature smooth Champion sire house raised Phone 053 3 4 i 6 Cardsto" 9966-27 87 FUR BEARING ANIMALS Alberta Pacific Furs will buy badgeis muskral and beaver skinned or unskinned picked up al your door Phone colled 823-4223 Drumheller 1071-27A Quality graded Chinchillas equipment included No reasonable offer refused Phone 854-2058. Vauxhall 9882-29 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ATTENTION APARTMENT OWNERS RENTAL PROBLEMS'7 POOR MANAGERS' NO TIME TO HANDLE IT' Solution- Write Box 81 Herald for information 1408-lMy Wanted reliable aggressive person to act as agent for flashing light barricade company m Lethbridge Must have half ton truck and shop space All equipment supplied No investment required Phone 262-3429 collect. Calgary 9757-26 CANADA TRUST 3rd Ave. and 7th St S MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Phone 327-8581 64 unit apartment house fully occupied with hrsl rate tenants This is a good clean operation Owner's statements available to a genuine purchaser at Canada Trusl Do not pass this one up Priced to sell Exclusive C9015-26 Good location for barber shop availaole For more information phone 327-3673 evenings C8099-30 MORTGAGES All types ol mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave South 328-3251 C7769-1I Upholstery shop North Lethbridge iQO sq It Lease available Price reasonable Phone 328-3832 or 327- 7256 159-27 Major oil company has for lease a high volume service station in Taber Alberta Attractive rental 'or the right party Phone 327-4370 Lethbridge or 223-4172 Taber C8799-26 Profitable retail outlet lor sale Going concern High profit available lo person who is capable ot hiring and managing sales persons Does nol require a substantial investment Write Box 140 Herald C8149-1 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "List with the Leader" Multiple Listing Service GIFT SHOP Located in Lethbridge Good stock and a growing income Call Birdie Schmitt at 327-3879 for further information MLS GIFT JEWELLERY AND WATCH REPAIR SHOP Priced low lor easy takeover Many extras included An above average business for couple Located m Cardston MLS TRUCKING FIRM Well eslablished Mainly gram and fertilizer hauling Owner selling due to health Includes Ford tandem Ford 850 and trailmobile plus other equipment Exclusive Please phone Lloyd Farrell at 328- 0125 lor details on these businesses C6112-26 ROYAL TRUST REAL ESTATE M.L S. REALTORS 323 7 ST. S. WAREHOUSE FOR SALE 9600 sq ft of storage area Jusl oil downtown area Very good localion Also zoned for service station or mechanic work Call JACK WYATT al 328-2432 MLS TABER SIXPLEX Three level sixplex located m Taber Features five two bedroom suites and one one bedroom Total potential revenue per year is less expenses Included in price are six stoves, two refrigerators and com operated washer and dryer Hot water heating This apartment is priced right on todays market and shows an excellent return to equity Trades accepted on this property. Call RAY LAVALLEY al 329-4634 MLS PROGRESSIVE ENTERPRISE Local lumber yard and Link Hardware F-anchise m prosperous town Modern facilities with attractive turnovers located adiacent to maior highways Accounts will be available lo bona fide buyer Possession upon completion of sale For further mformalion call HARRY NEUBAUER at 345-4889 EXCLUSIVE C8111-II B9 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ Agencies (1972) Limited College Mall Phone 328-3331 The widest lacihty available We consider all types ol morlgage loans C9030-27 LOOKING FOR PARTY TO INVEST S150000 PHONE 328-1987, AFTER 6PM C8150-27 MORTGAGE MONEY FAP.MERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S -328-5548 C5216-tf 90 CONTRACTS C. K N CHOREMASTERS (Junioi Aclm'vcmcnl) Lawns mowed Mkcil We supplv all equipiiH'nt I ice I'Stimalos Phone 327 U'thhtidqe 160-8 90 CONTRACTS FOR RENT Basement forms, concrete Irowels vibrators Form ties to' SJle C S J Equipment, phone 328-4765 1410 2 Ave S C8076-7 Garage building, cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-II ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745 C1936-K BOBCAT WORK We will dig out driveways patios sidewalks B.ii-k hlling Leveling Clean up Post holes Corral cleaning Phone 327-3432 9778-26 Qualified Custom Painters barns, concrete blocks, houses etc Phone collect. 752-3796. Raymond 9507-tf PHONE DOUG S ROTOTILLING FOR HEAVY-DUTY ROTOTILLING SATISFACTION GUARANTEES ALSO LANDSCAPING AND PLANTING PHONE 327 W7 I OR FREE ESTIMATE 1066-tf J L ROOFING Built up cedar shakes re- roofing asphalt shingles root maintenance Phone 328-0831 9864-22 Fences sidewalks, driveways house painting and all repairs Phone Ben, 327-3606 17-tf BASEMENT SPECIALIST TOWN OR COUNTRY PHONE 328-9525 9827-27 Contractor all repairs, renovations, lay blocks bricks lirep'aces stone laying sidewalks driveways, cement limshing m house builder small jobs accepted 328-0266 or 329- 4678 1839-7M Will construct brick and stone fireplaces planters and house fronts. Phone 345-4305 or 327-9837 aller 5 p m 9662-2 Custom Cribbing and framing. Chinook Construction 328- 4707 C8743-K Ceilings textured Free estimates Reasonable rates Phone 327- 8469 801-19A Fred Sterner cement work, old basements dug. water proofing In- sured, free estimates Phone 327- 8286 C3661-tf NOTICES NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME CANADA PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that I, KAROL JAGOSZ otherwise known as CHARLES YAGOS of Town ot Bellevue in the Province of Alberta. Rancher intend to make application to the Director of Vital Statistics, under the provisions of The Change ot Name Act RSA 1970. lor of name as follows' 1 For a change of my name to Charles Yagos 2 For a change ol my wife's name from Elfneda Jagosz 10 Elfneda Yagos Charles Yagos (name other than legal name) Karol Jagosz (legal name in full) A98 COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE Notice is hereby given thai the County ol Lethbridge propose to pass a bylaw to close the following street for the purpose of incorporation within a replottmg scheme in accordance with Section 175 and Amendments thereto of the Municipal Government Act. Chapter 246, Statutes of Alberta 1972 1 All that portion of lane lying between Lots 2 to 5 mcl. and Lots 12 to 15 mcl in Block 1, Plan 2697 Y 2 All that portion of lane lying between Lots 2 to 5 mcl and Lots 12 to 15 mcl in Block 2. Plan 2697 Y 3 All that portion of Fifth Street lying West of Lots 12 lo 15 mcl Block 1, and East of Lots 2 to 5 mcl Block 2 Plan 2697 Y 4 The Westerly 14 feel of Fourth Street adjacent to Lots 2 to 5 mcl., Block 1, Plan 2697 Y The plan of Ihe proposed replottmg scheme affecting the proposed bylaw may be inspected at the County office during normal business hours Any person wishing to make representation regarding the proposed bylaw must signify their intent in writing to the County Manager nol later than 5 00 o'clock P M May 10th. 1974 Representation regarding the proposed bylaw will be heard at the Council Meeting of May 16th 1974 at 1 00 p m at the County's Council Chamber Mr Robert Gram County Manager County of Lethbridge A68 Economy painting and decorating Very neat, very reasonable Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf Fences repaired, buili. Miscellaneous building Concrete patios, sidewalks drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs Jim 327-5087, 328- 3983 7799-tl GOVERNMENT Of SEALED TENDERS will be received by Ihe undersigned up to 11 o'clock a m on Monday. May 13 1974, for the construction of the following work (1) Highway 2, Hythe to B C Boundary Mile 8 88 to Mile 30 01 Asphaltic Concrete Pavement (overlay) Approximate Quantities 150.000 Tons Asphaltic Concrete Material, Ton Miles Haul. N of Wembley to Hythe (2 74) Mile 1789 to Mile 3036 (276) Mile 0 00 to Mile 8 88 Crushing and Stockpiling Gravel for Asphaltic Concrete Pavement Approximate Quantity 30.000 Tons Highway 59 Jcl Hwy. 2 (W of Hythe) to N of Sexsmith. Mile 0 00 to Mile 39 29. Crushing and Stockpiling Gravel for Oil Treatment Approximate Quantity 60.000 Tons (2) Highway 14X Salisbury Int to Jet Hwy 16A Mile 036 to Mile 1 93 Highway 16A Jet Hwy 14X to N of Jcl Hwy 14X, (North Bound Lanes) Mile 691 to Mile 757. (South Bound Lanes) Mile 6 91 lo Mile 7 76, Highway 14 17th Street Interchange Grading and Asphal'ic Concrele Base- Pavement, Approximate Quantities 924.000 Cubic yards excavation, 133 000 Tons Asphaltic Concrete Material Contract and Speculations may be obtained al the olfice of the Chief Construction Engineer Highways Building. Edmonton Alia the office ol the District Engineer. 4020 Bowness Road. N W Calgary. Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer. Administration Building. Lethbridge. Alberta, and will be available lo individuals operating m Ihe Province of Alberla or to partnerships or corporations registered in the Province of Alberta A Deposit Ol Twenty-Five Dollars (S25 payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will ba required lor each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% ol Tender Tenders will be opened m public The lowesi or any Tender not necessarily accepted V E McCune, Deputy Minister of Highways S Transport A83 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH WENINGER Bcrnie and Lorraine of Pmcher Creek, are proud and happy to announce the birth of their son. Russell Francis, on April 7. 1974. a tr A first grandchild for Mr and Mrs. Carl Babick of Lethbridge and a thirteenth for Mr. and Mrs Joseph Weningcr of Allan, Saskatchewan 194 PUBLIC NOTICES COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA. April 23. 1974 Applications will be received by the undersigned until May 3, 1974 lor Mamtamer Operator Duties to commence when available Wages as per 1974 C U P E Agreement For more details contact Frank Heck, Municipal Supervisor, at 867-3604 or 867-3602 Foremost Roy R Wallman County Administrator A92 COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, Alberta. Apnl 23 1974 Applications will be received by the undersigned until April 30 1974 tor Relief Mamtamer Operator Duties to commence immediately Wages as per 1974 C U P E Agreement For more details contact Frank Heck. Municipal Supervisor, at 867-3604 or 867-3602 Foremost Roy R Wallman County Administrator A93 COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA April 11. 1974 Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 4 30 p m April 30. 1974 for the painting of the following Manybernes School exterior trim and all painted surfaces including pump house Teacherages 25 and 34 exterior walls, trim and fence Teacherages 19 20. 21 22 exterior walls trim and roof Paint to be supplied by County All preparation and cleanup to be done by contractor Envelopes to be clearly marked 'Paint Tender" For further information conlact School Maintenance Supervisor George Roszell Phone 867-3558 (Res 867-3530 (Office) The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted Roy R Wallman County Administrator A61 COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA April 11, 1974 Applications will be received by the undersigned until 4 30 p m May 17 1974 for the following personnel Weed Inspectors Two persons required whose duties will include weed inspection on farms in the County providing information and advice on weed control measures. regulatory functions m accordance with the Weed Control Act. Inspection and documentation of Weed Programs, Use of selective chemicals on weed plots, Sprayer operation in some instances Duties to commence June 3, 1974 until approximately August 30 1974 Sprayer Operator A person required who has mechanical ability and able to operate Power Sprayers Under direction of the Agricultural Fieldman he will complete a road spraying program 'in the County, be m charge of the sprayer operations for the period of June 3, 1974 to July 26, 1974 A Class 3 licence or better is required Assistant Sprayer Operator An assistant to the Sprayer Operation is required for the period of June 3 1974 to July 26. 1974 A Class 3 licence or better is required Salaries as per C U P E Agreement For further information application forms contact the undersigned Submit completed written applications to Vernon Arnold Agricultural Fieldman, County of Forty Mile No 8 Box 160. Foremost, Alberta TDK 0X0 A60 GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up 'o 11 o'clock A M on Thursday, May 9, 1974, for the construction o! the following work- (1) Highway 48, Wildhorse to N. of Cressday, Mile 0 00 lo Mile 19 02; Grading and Other work Apprximale Quantities Cubic Yards Excavation. 2J 000 Cubic Yards Gravel 116.000 Cubic Yard Miles Haul (2) Highway 61 W of Wrenlham to Skiff (6102) Mile 1260 to Mile 28 62, (61 04) Mile 0 00 to Mile 5 40. Asphaltic Concrete Pavement Proiect A R 171. Jet Hwy. 61 to Wrentham. Mile 0.00 to Mile 0 49- Asphaltic Concrete Base-Pavement. Approximate Quantities 80.000 Tons Asphalnc Concrele Material. Ton Miles Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Bunding. Edmonton, Alia the ollice of the District Engineer 4020 Bowness Road, N W Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Engirieer, Administration Building. Lethbridge Alberta, and will be available lo Individuals operating m the Province of Alberta or to partnerships or corporations registered m the Province of Alberta A Deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars (S25 00) payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken, and for grading proiects profiles will be supplied upon a further deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars (S25 00) Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque 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 A84 SEEDS DURABLE Arctic lupin seeds found in frozen silt in the Yukon, dating back to BC, were germinated in 1967. DEATHS PETRUMA Passed away at St. Catharines. Ontario. Wednesday. April 24th. 1974, after a lengthy illness, Mr. Peter Petrunia at the age of 68 years, of IS'-z Hillview Road, St. Catharines. Ontario. Kuneral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C8199 TUSTIAN Passed away Wednesday. April 24, 1974, in St. Vincent's Hospital Pincher Creek, Emma Mary Esther- Louisa Tustian, at the age of 93 years. The funeral service will be held in St. Aidan's Anglican Church. Cowley, Alberta on Saturday. April 27, 1974, at 2 p.m Rev. R. Gnifiths officiating Interment in Cowley Cemetery Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Pincher Creek C8194 SINNEMA Passed away in Fort Macleod on Tuesday, April 23, 1974. Evert, aged 78 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Detje Sinnema of Granum. Funeral service will be held in the Granum Christian Reformed Church, Saturday at 2 p.m.. Rev Peter Van Tuinen officiating Interment Christian Reformed Cemetery. Friends who wish .may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. Funeral arrangements by EDEN's FUNERAL HOME LTD Fort Macleod. C8195 BOHANCHUK George, passed away in Calgary on Tuesday, April 23, 1974 at the age of 85 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Leona Bohanchuk of 3316 12th Ave S E Calgary. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, April 27, 1974 at 10.00 a.m. in the St. Peter and St Paul's Greek Catholic Church, will Reverend Father R. Zuback as Celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary Section of Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel (327 10th St. S on Friday (tonight) at p m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C8196 ATKINSON Passed away at the residence in Woodburn, Oregon, Monday, April 22nd, 1974, Mrs. Juanita Belle Atkinson, at the age of 56 years, beloved wife of Donald Wilson Atkinson formerly of Milk River. The -funeral service will be held at Strathcona Baptist Church, Edmonton at p.m. Saturday, April 27th, 1974 with Rev Robert Vaughn officiating A private graveside service will follow at 10.00 a.m. Monday, April 29th. 1974 with burial in the family plot. Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C8197 FODOR Passed away in the city on Wednesday, April 24th. 1974, Mrs. Tereza Fodor, at the age of 88 years, beloved wife of the late Mr. John Fodor. Prayers will be said at p.m. this evening, Friday, April 26th, 1974 at MARTIN BROS. (Memorial Chapel) 703 13th St. North, phone 328-2361. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 10-30 a.m. on Saturday, April 27th, 1974 in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father J. W. Brown celebrant. Interment will follow m the Family Plot, Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of funeral service. C8198 IN MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAM SWIDINSKI In loving memory of Michael Swidmski, who passed away April 26. 1969. remembered by Michael and Joyce 216 LAZARUK In loving memory of Michael Lazaruk, who passed away April 26. 1960 Your name is often mentioned. Our thoughts in silence fly. To the days when vou were with us. Those memories will never die. remembered by his wife and family 198 SWIDINSKY In loving memory of a dear husband, father' and grandfather. Michael, who passed away April 26. 1969. Our tears still fall. Our hearts still ache We still ask why The Lord did take. You were so kind. Dear husband and dad above. Forever we'll miss you And send you our love. remembered and sadly missed by your wife Mary, daughters, son and families. 265 SMALL In loving memory of a dear mother. Olivia Small, who passed away April 26th, 1972. No need for words except to say. Still loved and missed in every way Death only comes to let us know. We love more dearly than we show. But love in death should let us see What love in life should always be remembered by Myrtle and Ellis 195 CHENGER In loving memory of a dear son. grandson, and brother. Barry, 'who passed laway April 1969. Somewhere Ibeyond the "sunset Where loveliness never dies. He dwells in a beautiful garden 'Neath the blue and gold of the skies. We who have known and loved him Whose parting brought great pain Will treasure his memory forever. Until we meet again. remembered and sadly missed by Mother, grandparents, brothers Kevin, Leslie, Byron and family 196 CARD OF THANKS ZAMBON We would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our many friends for their kindness and help extended to us in the loss of a beloved father, grandfather and great grandfather. A special thanks to our doctor. Father Field and the nurses and staff of Southland Nursing Home for their kindness and special care to We also thank everyone for helping with the luncheon, beautiful floral tributes and cards. Our appreciation is extended to the members of the Fraternal Order of the Eagles. and Mrs. T. Lewko and family Mr and Mrs. A Moser and family. Mr, and Mrs. R. B. Zambon and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. Simioni and family. 215 Public Works Canada Western Region Travaux publics Canada Region de 1 Quest INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed tenders addressed to the Manager of Administrate Services, Deot of Public Works ol Canada 801 Natural Resources Building. 205- 9 Avenue S E.. Calgary, Alberta T2G OR2 and endorsed 'New Customs Port of Entry, Chief Mountain, Waterton National Park, Alberta will be received until 11 30 a m (MOST) May 16, 1974. Tender documents can be obtained on deposit of lifty dollars m the torm of a certified bank cheque made payable to the Receiver General of Canada through the following offices of the Department of Public Works of Canada 10th Floor, One Thornton Court, Edmonton Alberta, 801 Natural Resources Bldg., 205 9th Avenue S E., Calgary, Alberta and may be seen at the Construction Association offices in Calgary. Edmonton, and Lethbridge. Alberta. Project Manager Mr H N Kuchison D.P W Edmonton, Phone 425-5635 The deposit will be released on return of the documents m good condition within one montn from the date of tender opening To be considered each tender must be submitted on the forms supplied by the department and must be accompanied by the security specified in the lender documents The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted R A. MELNICK, CHIEF FINANCIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES WESTERN REGION A97 SWIDINSKY In loving memoiy of Uncle Mike, who passed away April 26. 1969. A leal in the book of treasured memories. Is gently turned today. remembered by Pete, Anne and Ella 197 Israelis subdued on 26th anniversary JERUSALEM (Reuter) Special security precautions were in force Thursday as Is- rael celebrated its 26th anni- versary of independence in a sombre mood. There were few of the public festivities which marked pre- vious anniversaries. An undisclosed number of residents of the Israeli- occupied west bank of the Jordan River were detained by security forces before the memorial and independence ceremonies Wednesday and Thursday to prevent possible acts of sabotage. By late Thursday, however, no incident had been reported. Intermittent artillery ex- changes between Syrian and Israeli gunners continued on the Golan Heights front, but an army spokesman said there weie no Israeli casualties The army spokesman added, however, that an Israeli soldier had been killed by Syrian gunfire on the Syrian front Wednesday. The annual military parade and air force fly-past were cancelled, but about persons, including many army veterans, went ahead with their own march through the streets of Jerusalem. ISSUES GREETING Early Thursday outgoing Prime Minister Golda Meir called on President Ephraim Katr.-r to wish him holiday greetings. She said Israel hopes for peace, and if that can not be achieved, then at least an end to shooting and casualties Thursday's ceremony were held informally, without honor guards as in previous years, in keeping with a government decision to reduce public displays of festivities. Two traditional Independence Day activities have been continued this year. The annual inter- national bible quiz for Jewish youth, which was won by 14- year-old Haim Werner of To- ronto and the Israeli song festival which was being held late Thursday. Today, Yitzhak Rabin, new leader of the Labor party, will officially call on President Katzir to receive a mandate to try to form a new government Political observers said Ra- bin, former labor mnmisssterrr, has little chance of forming a coalition government. Plotters arrested CAIRO (AP) -The govern- ment has arrested 75 persons including 16 military cadets and two sailors in the alleged plot to overthrow Egypt's President Anwar Sadat, Cairo newspapers reported today. Eleven persons were killed and 27 wounded in the resulting clash at the military technical college on April 17. Egypt has linked the plot with Libyan leader Col. Moammar Khadafy The government said on Wednesday that the attack against the military academy on the night of April 17 was to be the opening step in the overthrow of Sadat. II said that the attackers were to proceed to the Arab Socialist Union headquarters where Sadat was meeting, an- nounce a bomb was hidden in the building and grab govern- ment leaders in the ensuing confusion. The government said today, following the interrogation of those arrested that the plot called for asking Sadat to relinquish power and make a statement. If he refused, a senior official under threat of arms was to declare that an armed revolt had seized power and arrested the president The alleged ringleader, Ibr- ahim Abdullah Sariyah, visited Khadafy last summer and discussed "formation of command organizations inside Arab countries to carry out illegal acts of says one account published Thursday quoting reliable sources. The account today said "It was revealed during investigations that he (Sariyah) began to talk to those close to him about the necessity of changing society by force following his return from a visit to Libya in June 1973' Afghans, More! Think Christmas' Send now lor our hcautilul New, COMPLETE AFGHAN BOOK Has everything 15 bright, cow alghans to make plus 20 smart fashions, accessories Knit, crochet, weave Make pillows, gifts for baby Choose Irom granny colonial, embroidered .styles, many more Send ONE DOLLAR for COMPLETE AFGHAN BOOK cash, cheque or money order to Alice Brooks care ol The Lethbridge Herald 60 Progress Ave Scarborough, Ont MIT 4P7, Needlecrall Dcpt Address Print plainly name of book, your name, address. New' 150 most popular designs in our 1974 Necdlecraft Catalogue! All crafts' 3 free designs inside. Send Nixon predicts '76 will be best JACKSON, Miss. (Reuter) President Nixon said Thursday that the United States economy by inflation and sagging improve later this year and that 1976 will be the most prosperous year ever lor the American people. The president told a cheering audience of here he could make that forecast with confidence and without contradiction. Acknowledging that inflation is eating away at the economy, he said 1974 would end up not as the best year for the U S but definitely a good year. "I flatly predict that 1975 will be a very good year, and 1976.. will be the best year in America's history, the most he said. Nixon spoke to the Mississippi Economic Council, a state-wide Chamber of Commerce, as he resumed another series of speaking engagements that are part of his efforts to rally public support and fight pressures for his impeachment or resignation because of the Watergate political-espionage scandal. He flew from Washington to overwhelmingly friendly state that gave him his largest majority in the 1972 election and which still staunchly supports his con- servative policies. Thousands greeted him out- side the sports centre where he spoke, and his audience of was jammed into an area normally holding half its size, to give him the most exuberant welcome he has received since the Watergate scandal erupted more than a year ago. As he drove from the airport lo the sports centre he saw hundreds of signs applauding him and only a handful calling for his impeachment. The president came dowr hard for minimurr government inteference in th ;