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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 70 GARDENING NEW LAWNS PUT Ul AMD ODD JOBS. PHONE 377-6U3- HMO THREE II P- ROTOTILLER. LOANS TO OWNER INSTANT TREES Tco many Ireci? We can move Ihsm. Too fcv.- trees? We can supply them. and moving ol larger lype tree) our specially. Phcne aflcr 4 p rn. purpo Monthly 12.000 113.03 Si 000 66 Pi Pmls. Int. Ralfli li.J cenl U.J per cenl 131 ptf TOOL Thundoy, April 57, 197S THE IFTHDRIDG! HERAID Of emoriatnb POWER RAKES ROTOTIUERS CHAIN SAWS HEDGE TRIMMERS ETC. PARSONS HARDWARE HOLIDAY VILLAGE 327-7064 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRYERS PAN READY. ALSO CUS. torn killing. M. Oyck. CcaWale. Phone leading secarid marlgaqe company. For further Information call or vlill C.A.C. REALTY LIMITED A Subsidiary of Canadian Corporation Ltd. College Shopping Mull Lclhbrldge, Alberto Phone 3IB-23B1 [Jo teller with EXPERIENCED ey from Canadian Acceptance. 71 PETS AND SUPPLIES FREE SOLID m ACK FEMALE MAC- Inrcsh cal. Spayed. Prione 32MW1. ONE PFDGREED BLACK LAB. Female pup- 3730 Bin Avc. M, 3" WANTED GOOD HOME (PREFER- ably 1cr male, part German Shepherd, 18 mcnlhs eld. Phone 8705 week days, b-lore A rim.. 8a SAMOYED PUPPIES RTGISTERED ExccllEnl pe's. SiO Also two year old female. Gocd obeflienc with thildren. 333-1130, Taber. C13U9-1 TWO TORDIEPOlNT 5IAMFSE KIT TFIJS, EIGHT VJEFKS OLD; ALSO MOTHCK OF KITTENS, THREE YTAR OLD DLUEPOINT. P1IONF 3JB-1S32. MISKKA TIK POODLES (REG'D) Qjaiily powllei in black, while Driver and apricot, lor companions bresdlng and snov.. Channpion ant poinled In all colors. Phone 33! DISTRIBUTOR REQUIRED SFRVICING COMPANY, ESTABLISH ER ROUTto, NATIONALLY ADVER TtSCD PRODUCT, i 10 HOURS PER V.'EEK. NO SELLING REQUIRED EXTREMELY HIGH PROFITS. IN VESTMENT TO FINANC IN TO RESPONSIBLE PERSONS ONLY. REPLY TO L-Y HOLDINGS LTD. P O. BOX STN. "C" VANCOUVLR, B.C. 6.10- 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE RAYMOND CLEANERS Bulldiri for sole ill so. Box -ill. Ray mond. "Plicne 752-35B2. 815-3 ESTABLISHED ID UNIT RESORT O' Okanagjn Lake Beautilul excellent returns Phone LelhBridg owntr, -J RADIUM HOI SPRINGS, B.C. unit mo I el, lfirce bedroom home, good seasonal business si D. 000 dov.n. P O Box 35, Radium Phone 3J7-9J44. 5D3-3 CHFAP FO Bar on Yellc jn Highway FOR QUICK SALT, cash Drive-Inn Dairy Head Rouie In Hinlcn i Wesl. Due lo plhT I seH. Gcr.d turnover I mlliwi, Alberta. Phone 777 FABRIC AND WOOL SHOP tOCATFO IN CENTRE OF BUSY IN DUSTRIAL CITY IN CAST KOOTT AYS. SALES APPROXIMATELY !1 DDO CROSS. STOCK AT COST, PLU SS.MO FOR FIXTURES, FURNITUH ETC. OWING TO HEALTH, WUS SELL FOR FURTHER INFORMATIOI ETC. TO LtTHBRtDGE MCI ALD. BOX Ui. MOVE TO THE HEART OF ALBERTA'S PARKLAND progreiilve Ccnlral AlC-rla City over pcPulfll'cvrl Lccsled In a Do-.sr n Shopping C 150.000 S CONTRACTS ARAGE BUILDING. CEMENT Consiruclion', 7in Avc. Phone LUMINUfA WINDOWS AND DOORS. D MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- G. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 33B- J5. CI734-II ARAGES, FENCES PATIOS, SIDE- ks, driveways, siding, rumpus m, framing, finishing, cupboards, I your remodelling needs. No lao mall. Free csrimales. TYO Passed away at Ta- bcr on Sunday, April 23, 1972, James, at Ihe age of 48 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Rose Tyo of Tabur. Born at Tabcr Jiily '25, he received bis schooling aL Ihe Hulling Green Scliool. Married former Rose in 1943. He operated a trucking service until 1917, when lie moved to farm at Ret- law. Survivors include his wife, Rose, Tabor, one daughter, Mrs. Francis (Frances) Dog- tcrom, Taber- four grandchil- dren; one brother, Stanley, Ret- law. Kuneral services will he conducted from Knox United Church in Taber on Saturday, April 2i) at p.m., with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. In- terment will follow in the Ta- ber Memorial Garden. HUM- PHRIES Y U N E R A L HOMF, LTD., in charge of arrange- ments. BOX NUMBERS 47, 69, 103, 11-S, 135, 137, I IB, 133, 133, 135, 135, UD. PUBLIC NOTICES PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HWYS. TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will received y Ihe undersigned up to o'clock landard Time" on Tuesday, fAay P1H, for Ihe cf me lollow- iq work: 1] PROJF.CT: l.D. 14 Eds in Area Gravel excavallng. Crushing r d Slcckplllng Cubic Yards Conlracli and 5pecilfca1iwis may be jlalrud At Ihe Office d Ihe Chief .ainlcnence Engineer, Highways Build- ci, Edmonton, Alterta, tht Office o' i" District Engineer, 1707 ilh Elrecl Alberla and Office F the Dis-lricl Engineer, Admlnislra- on lluilcling, Lelhhrldge, Alberla end tc availaDle only 1o Tndlviduals regisFej-ed and operallrtq in Proulnce of Alberlfl, or lo partner- Mps or rcrporaJions registered and In end who have established red place business in Ihe Prov- nce cf Alberta. A dcp.isH of Twenty- Dollars 11J5W] be required :ach copy of Conlract and takefi. Each bid musl ar- 1IAYSOM Ilalliwell, passed away in Edmonton, Tuesday, April 1972, at the age of 30 years. Husband of Mrs. Catherine Haysom of Ed monton. Born in Pinclicr Creek on March 7, 1M2, the laic Mr Haysoni was raised and cdu calcd in Dcllevue and Lclh hriclgc, where he attended tin LCI, before attending the Uni vci-sily of Alherta. Besides his wife he is survived by a son TimoLhy John; his mother am father, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hay som of Lethbridge; one sister Mrs. Frank (Jiidie) Trcka o Bellevne, and a grandmother Mrs. II. T. Halliwcll of For Maclcod. Funeral services will be held In St. Joseph's Cathe- dral in Edmonton on F r i day April 28 at p.m. No flow ers by request. Those ricsirinj may make contributions lo thi Canadian Cancer Society. C1573 rked cheque :orripanled by qual Ic HTa ol the I en vill not be opened In publi ;r any Tender rot necessar Tender of HTghwayi and DEATHS SMALL Olivia Gcsinghaus, issed away in the city on Wednesday, 'April 26tli, 1972. al he age o[ 80 years, beloved vife ot the late John Walter Small or GIG 12th Street N. Fu- neral arrangements will he announced when completed. CH1USTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- ors of Funeral Service. C1570 PUI11, Passed away In the city on Monday, April 2-1, 1972, loliowine a brief illness, Mrs. Terezia Puhl at the age of 8-1 years, Ijcloved wife nf Mr. Kal- man Puhl ot 542 12th St. N. Prayers will be said on Thurs- day, (tonight) at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Requi- em Mass will be celebrated on Friday at n.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father Bruce Field cel- ebrant. Interment will follow in Af o u n lain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their resoccts at Marlin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1572 CARDS OF THANKS I'lLI.lN'G I would like to thank .ill those who sent cards, (lowers, food and the ladies who assisted in any way during tlie time of our bereavement. Pilling and family C1565 Sincere Lharks to all for the floral tributes, Spiritual bou- quets, cards, expressions of sympathy and special contri- butions given at Uie time of the passing of our boloved wife, mother and sister. Goron. Angelini I-'abhri families. Government debt per day and EDMONTON (CP> The Alberta govcrnmcnL is iulo debt al (he rale of a tiny, the leader of the provin- cial Now Democratic Party said here. Grant Nciley was speaking lo I delegates lo the annual conven- tion of the Alberta Federation of Labor. I lie made Ihe statement dur ing criticism ol Die Progressive Conservative pro- posal lo raise between S50 anil million by higher (axes on crude oil pioduction. Instead, said Mr. Kotely, (lie government should increase all royalties anil would gain million in one year enough to cover the projected debt at the end of the current fiscal year. must get what the mar- ket will bear." he said, "with a provincial debt of million projected, Alberta is going into at n day." BOWKER Whilohorse Pub- lie Works Superintendent Jo- soph Bowkcr died Wednesday. April 10, 1972, in Whilehorse Hospital. He was 61. Mr. Bowk- cr was horn November 19, 1910, in Letltbridge, Alberta, and first moved lo Whit eh arse in 1915 with liis own company, Saanich Plumbing and Healing. Dur- ing his stay in Whitcnorse, which lasted until 1953, he in- K JKLDGAAHD Harvey, Dennis, Jerry and families Dennis, Jerry and families would like to extend their sincere thank you to all of their many friends, neighbors and relatives for the food, flowers, cards and kind thoughts extended to them during the recent loss of Iheir dear wife, mother and nana. A special lhank you lo the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Hos- pital for their fine efforts while she was a patient there. 720-28 Tlie NDP leader, his parly's only member in the 75 seat leg- islature, encouraged labor unionists to let. their feelings be I Stringent standards imposed EDMONTON (CD Tho most stringent environmental standards on record have been established for Hie new million Imperial Oil Ltrt. re- fif.cry being in Etlmoiilon, Environment Minister Hill Yur- ko announced in the Mhcrta legislature. Mr. Yurko Enid the standards known to MPs, MLAs, the pro- acceptedby Imperial vincial cabinet anil Premier whicli dliplnyed "a pi eat cter I.ougheed. The oil companies can ford it. They're laughing all the to the bank. Unfortunately, most of the banks are in tlie United Slates.'' AJta. ombudsman critical of Saskatchewan hill concern unrl appreciation of its responsibilities regarding Ihn maintenance ot a clean envi- ronment." The standards call for exten- sive monitoring of air and wa- ter pollution and for effluent rales into the North Saskatchc- River lo he reduced "to the lowest levels compalihto with known technology." stalled the Whitehorse plumbing in Post Office, PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will M received by the undersigned up to U o'clock AM Daylighl Saving Time on Mon- day, "ay G, 197J, lor Ihe cons- c amily SALCS REPRESENTATIVE FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY TO WHOLESALE Rema Tip-Top STP Bars Leak Ken Tool Conli An Other Gcod Lines Minimum investment ro plus van lype Iru :k Apply REMA TIP-TOP DISTRIBUTORS LTD. CALGARY 277-1166 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY SCH.'MRTZ AGENCIES LIMITED FSTAflLiSHED f.MII. Pnor.e 313-3331 The wdcst facilify available. We con- sider ALL TYPES cf loam. C1J99-2? (1) High'-., Lac La Blchf Wile S1.S4 lo Wile f-i 33 AsphaHic Ccncrele Pavement Approxlmele Quantlllei; 3J 000 Tons trf Grave! Ton Mllei Haul (1) Proleer S.R. fit. E of Jet, S.R- US (N. of to Jcl. Hwy. U4 Mile 17.65 to Mile Grading and Criher Work Approiimate Qusnlilies: Sli KX> Cubic YArtfs Fwcavahcn Cubic Yards of Gravel 29S.OOO Cu. Yard Miles tf Haul Cnnlracl and Specifications may be obtained af the erflke of Ihe Chiel Con- slruclicn Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, trie cilice of in? Disfricl Engineer, 17C7 Sixlh Streel Calgary, Alterla. and the ofllce o flhe DlilnLl Engineer, Administra- tion Blflg. I elnbridge. Alberta, and will be available only To individur.'s egistered and in Ins Prov- nce of Albcrra, or lo zorp'CJ'allGfiS reo'Slcrcd and operating In and who have established a fixed place cl businesi in the Province of Alderfa, A depaifl of Tv.tnly-Flve Dollars payable lo trie Prov- incial Treasurer, will be required tor each copy of tie Contract and Specifi- cations laken, and Icr grading pro- jects prcUTes will be luppllrd upcn a further deiwslt of Twen'y-FIve Dollars Each bid tnusl be accom- panied by a marked cheque or bond -......of Tender. Tenders will public. lowest or any necessarily accepted. equal l be opened I Tender nol I H. WcV.anuj, Deputy Minister tf 75 CONTRACTS CONCRETE WORK FflF-D STtlNtR CtMtNT WORK, cid bciicmcnli dLrn, proofing, in- sured, free ESlimalrs 317-BJEi. RAIN EO'.V PAINTING AND DECOR- fling p3rcr, vinyl and sriray- C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel Corripac.li on equip- ment. Concrete cquipmer.l. Corral cleaning. Phoni Mi, 1410 ?nd> PROVINCE OF AlBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by Ihe undersigned up Id II o'clock: A M. Dayfirjhf Saving Tlire nn ncsdaf. May 10, 1973, lor tn- cDnslrut- lion the i Highway cf Grass 1 of Jet. Hwy. U I Miles 59 C4 lo 71 .W, Highway i3, Jcl. Amosbury Wife O.CO TO Wile Asphailjc Concrete Pave A cored mate Quanlil'ei: Tens Gravel loi Wilei HBL (J> P. R. 133, Jcl. I Ertren.ce Pack 0 CO to Wile 1 3i and Other ale Qua nil lies- laJ.OOO Cubic Yards Excavalicn 3.0M CLbic Yards Gravel 13.CCO Cubic Yard Milts of Haul Contract ajid rnay be obtained al Irie of tne Chief Con s-frucllon Engineer, Highways Building, Edrnwifon, Alberfi, the office, of the Dislricl Eftglrterr, 1707 Sixlh Streel N.W., Calgary, Altxrla, and tne oflice of Dislrir.1 Engineer, Adminislra- Mon BTdg. LDthhrldtie, Alberra, and will he svailiibe onif lo individuals rcgislered nnrt orxraliro in the Prtv- rnce cvas held nt p.m. Thursday, April 20, 1972, in the Trinity United Church. Fort Macleccl, widi Pcler Walker officiating. Pallbearers were Glen and Vic- tor Barr, Duster Brntton, Or- rin Lockard, Joe McN'ab and A. A. Nedclow. Inlcrmenl was in the Union Cemetery. Kclcn's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Jifac- leod, Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. IN MEMORIAMS mem- ories of Roger Boettcher, he- loved husband and father, who died April 27, 1039. Those who love you, sadly miss you. and children. In loving memory of Elizabeth Zoilh, who passed away April 24, 1971. Forget you, mom, we never will, For in our hear Is you a with us still. Behind our smile there many a tear, For the mom we lost and loved so dear. Peacefully sleeping, free from pain, We would not wake her to .suffer again. remembered by h e r husband Peter and by Pearl and Joe, Bornice nnd John, Dennis and Billie and all her grandchildren. Winnipeg blaze kills three WINNIPEG (CP) A moth- er and her two children died early today in a lire thai is believed lo have started in the kifchen of their SL. Vital home. The woman's 23-year-old hus- band was taken lo hospital af- ter being pulled from the burn- ing home by two neighbors. Police identified the victims as Shirley 26. and her children Lome Jared, 4 and Lee Ann. 1. Her husband Ronald Fred jlatchell was in fair condition n St. Boniface Hospital suffer- ng burns and smoke inhala- tion. Calgary sailor dies in crash Great Falls trial set GREAT FALLS. Mont. (API Four defendants charged with two counts of forgery atid one of conspiracy pleaded inno- cent before District Court Judge R. J. Kelson. Held under bail of each were I-eory VThHgms Jr., 39, Los Angeles; Rita Hernan- dez, 33, Montreal; Betty Leo Tbompston, 34, Compton, Calif. and Cathy Louis Thomas, De- troit. The four allegedly forged a cheque for .863 en an Abi- Itne, Tex., hank and another cheque for on a Cliicago bank. They were also charged with conspiring to commit for- gery on the First Na- tional Rank of Great Falls. Nelson set trial tor sometime in May. VICTORIA Boon, 18, (CP) Eric reserve seaman from Calgary, was killed after his car j u in p P d a two-foot nbutmc-nt and somersaulled into Ganges Harbor on Salt Spring Island. RCMP said Mr. Boon was returning to Victoria to meet his ship, IIMS Chaleur. Dale Empey, 19, of Salt Spring, the only ether person in the car, escaped unhurt. COOPER Funeral service for Mrs. Irene Brown Cooper, beloved wife of the late Regi- nald Walter Cooper of Ray- mond who died at Raymond Sunday, April 23, 1972, at the age of 74 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday. April 25, 1072, in Typhoid kills 80 MEXICO CITY (Reutcr) Eighty persons have died of ty- phoid in the last four months in the slate of Hidaldo, about G2 miles north of here. The epi- Medicine Hat doctor named EDMONTON (CF) Ap- pointment of Dr. G. Alvin Le- Paye, a native ol Medicine Hat, as director ot the McEachem cancer resenroh iabornlory at tne University of Albert a was announced today by the board of governors. Dr. LePage, now fit the Uni- versity of Texas, will become direct01 and professor of bio- chcmislrv at the University of Alberta July I. demic now is on (he wane, the Dr. LePage replaces Dr. A. health ministry Wednesday. reported R. P. Palerson who signed. has GrAcHng each copy r-f the Contract and Specili calions taVtn, and grading pro- tects prcfiles will be supplied upon further deposit tf Dollars Each bid must be accom- panied by n marked cfieaue or bond equal '0 tf Tender. will of.entd in public. Tne cr any Tender nc1 necessarily jccrpied. L. H. UcManui, Deputy 'Ainliter of T'4ruporl. A77 rsiqi unNI 2.00 p m. on Thursday, Way llfh, ItU Per furl he i in formal i en and specif i- cations plesEe conlacl Mr. D. B. Alf- v.ell, raclliiy Planner at 433 lilh ST. So'.ilh, LfTfihfidrjp, V. Crumley, StcrelAry-Tre.iiuror Srfiool Disiclcl Ho. i> NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS Alter cridge. ncl of L c 1 h Ihe Eilale cf HAROLO SUAVE, late c97I, a lull stalemenr of rheir claims and of held by ihem I. G. G. BRCEZE, AMistarl P'jDIic Truslce. 301 Jcrn J. BOAICH Bldg, tltt 71h Avcruc S.'.V., Altcrla. TJP CVS c Taylor Stake Chapel of the Church nilli Bishop Du'ayne Hall officiating. I'.ill- bearcrs were J.oron Larson, K (I w i d OIT. Glair Norton, Charles Ackroyd, Bert Still and Clitton Naklcr, Interment was in (lie Temple Hill Cemetery. Cliristensen Salmon Funeral Home Lid., Directors of Funcr- in-j al Service, in of j the arrangements. ROLLER Funeral service for Mrs, Beatrice Marion Kol- ler, beloved wife of Mr. Em- manuel Franklin Roller of Milk flivcr who died :ii Ihe city Sun- day. April 23, 1972. after a lonf! illness at Ihc age of 75 years, was held at p.m. Wednes- day in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. 703 I.lth Iv.. with Hcv. Dr. li. W. K. Elliotl offi- ciating. Active pallhearcrs Jim O'Hara, Kei. Kuhl. Gcorpe Kollcr, Art Wchlafic, Fritz Mueller and Dick Michaclis. Honorary pallhearcrs were liar- old Audcl, HanV Schmitt, Ed- ward and Wall Erickson, Dean Smith and Joe Wollcrshcim. In- terment was in Mountain View C'cinelcry. Marlin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- menls. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Castclhlcfclls, Sanders, 65, British film slar, found dead in .1 hotel room in this seaside resort near Barce- lona. Goriu, 81, a learlinR figure in the fashion world who helped lalk the out ol moving French dress- making houses to Berlin during Ihc Second World War. Z a y e r, leader of a Palestinian guerrilla group that broke away lasl March from Ihc I'opular Front for Ihe Liberation of Palestine, afer shooting himself. Ferguson, 87. dean of Canadian sports- writcrs and a columnist for The Slar. Quebec Paul-Oliva Goulct, 71, Liberal legislature member for Tcmiscoming at various times between 1933 anil 1955 ami mayor of Fabrc, Que. for a number of years. Wrsl I'alm riracb. Ihur Summcrfield. 73, who led school alter Grade 8 and went on lo become a poslmastcr-gcn- rral of Ihc United and a chairman of Ihc Republican na- tional committee. Los Colliding, 7G, Hie movie director who di- rected more thau 500 motion pictures during his career, in- cluding Uiosc of Laurel and Hardy and Harold Lloyd, CHINOOK INTRODUCTORY OFFER OIL CHANGE WITH GASOLINE FILL-UP! WE SUPPLY THE OIL MAXIMUM 5 QUARTS Bill Uoran, your new Chinook 66 dealer, would like lo meet you. Drive in and lei Bill introduce you to quality Pacihc 66 and Trop-Arctic molor oils during this free introductory offer. Raincheck coupons are available if yoj want your oil changed at a later date. Olfer expires May 6, 1972. WIN! 1 pair ol Autopar Custom Whilewall Tires will be given away free on May 6, 1972, at p.m. Entry forms are available at Chinook 66. No purchase necessary. We Care CHINOOK 66 1205 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PH. 328-0288 ;