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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 70 GARDENING NEW LAWNS PUT IN AND LOANS INVESTMENTS TO JOBS- PHONE 327-6143- BIMO THREE II, P- ROTOTILLER. OWNER LOANS Second Morlgage from HiOO INSTANT TREES Too many trees? We can move 1hem. Too few 1rees? We can supply them. Sales and moving ol larger lype tree) p.m. purpose Bwro-v Moo.hly Pm1s. Int. Ratas 11803 li.i tent 6686 U.J J10.0M WIM S Pf TOOL C.A.C. Realty Limited Is POWER n :i i Passe ROTOTILLERS CHAIN SAWS HEDGE on Sunday, James, at the a beloved husbani Tvo of Taber. Thurtdoy, April 77, 1975 THE IFTHDRIDGF HERAID ETC. PARSONS HARDWARE HOLIDAY VILLAGE 327-7066 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRYERS PAN READY. ALSO CUS. torn killing. H. Dyek. CMldala. Phone 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES FREE SOLID BLACK FEfAALE MAC- Inrosh cal. Spayed. Piione 32WM ONE PFDGREED BLACK LAB. Female pup- 3730 8th Ave. N, WANTED GOOD HOME (PREFER- ably farm) lor male, parf German Shepherd, mcnlhs eld. Phone 317- 8705 week days, before A p.m.. 811-W SAIWOYED PUPPIES REGISTERED Fxccllenl pefs. SiG, Also two year old female. Coed breeding obedienc tralrieb. Gotd with children. 323-4130, Tatar. 0309-1 TORDIEPOINT SIAMESE KIT- TFHS, EIGHT WEFKS OLD; ALSO MOTHER OF KITTENS, TKRKE YEAR OLD DLUEPOIHT. PHONE 328-1932. MI5KKA TIK POODLES (REG'D> Qjalily toy poodles black, while. 5'rlver and apricot, far breeding and show. Champion end pointed studs In all colors. Phone 338- 3742. 881-20h DISTRIBUTOR REQUIRED COMPANY, ESTABLISH ER ROUTES, NATIONALLY ADVER- TISED PRODUCT. 510 HOURS PER WEEK. NO SELLING REQUIRED EXTREMELY HIGH PROFITS. VESTMENT The Alberta government is going nilo debt al (lie rate of a [lay, the leader of the provin- cial Now Democratic Party saitl here. Grant Ndlcy was speaking to delegates lo the annual conven- tion of the Alberta Federation of Labor. He made the statement dur ig criticism of Uie Progressive Conservative pro- posal to raise between S50 and S90 million by higher taxes on crude oil production. Instead, said Mr. Notely, (lie government should increase all royalties and would gain million in one year enough to cover the projected debt at the end of the current 'iscal year. must get what the mar- :et will bear." be said, "uitb a provincial debt of million projected, Alberta is going into debt al the rate of about 000 n day." The NDP leader, his party's Stringent standards imposed EDMONTON (CP) Tho most stringenl environmental standards on record have been established for the new million Imperial Oil Ltd. re- finery being luiilt Edmonton, Environment Minister Hill Yur- only member in the 75-seai leg-1 announced in the Alberta ishiture, encouraged labor] legislature, unionists to let their feelings be Yurko said the standards known to MPs, MLAs, the pro- have been acceptedby Imperial ......and Premier I oil, which displayed' "a great concern and appreciation of its can af- responsibilities regarding tho vincial cabinet Peter l.oughecd. "The oil companies ford it. They're laughing all the way to the bank. Unfortunately, most of the banks are in the United States.'' KJELDGAAHD 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 (he recent loss of (heir dear wife, mother and nana. A special thank you to the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Hos- pital for their fine efforts while she was a patient there. 728-28 Alta. ombudsman critical of Saskatchewan bill maintenance of a clean envi- ronment." The standards call for exten- sive monitoring of air and wa- ter pollution and lor effluent rates into the North Saskatche- wan River to be reduced "lo tho lowest levels compatible with known technology." EDMONTON (CP) Pro- posed legislation creating an ombudsman in Saskatchewan would restrict the position to a degree unknown by any other in Canada, Alberta ombudsman The present bill does not au- would be well advised to Im- prove its own ombudsman leg- islation before criticizing Sask- atchewan's. Mr. Homanow said that from reports he has received there George ft. McCleltan said here, i ore some considerable com- plaints against Alberta's legis- AW PROVINCE OF AlBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT MOVE TO THE HEART OF ALBERTA'S PARKLAND Thriving Dry Cleaning and Laundry progressive Cenlrsl Alberta City over population. Localed In a Downtown Shopping Ce fre.' Volume of Sales S50.WO p year. OFFERING ALL SERVICES Sell Service DrvclKinir.g 3. Professional nrycleaning 3. Pick-Up and Delivery 4. Self-Service Laundry THis is a highly provable businf Ideally suited to a family operal.a The health cf a qukV; sale T accordingly. Sinctreiy Interested Box 7, Her a id. SAILS REPRESENTATIVE FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY TO WHOLESALE Rema Tip-Top STP Bars Leak Ken Tool Coals An Other Gcod Lines Minimum investment to plus von type tru :k Apply REMA TIP-TOP DISTRIBUTORS LTD. CALGARY 277-1166 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY SCH'.VARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1917 ..'.ill. Phone 373-3331 The widest facility available. We con- sider ALL TYPES of I SEALED TENDERS Will M recetvea by the undersigned up to H o'clock; A M Daylighl Saving Time on Mon- day, Way 6, U7J, ior ihe construe- lion cf ihe following work: (1) Highway E. of PlamcruJon to Lac La Blche Mile fit.56 to Wile 9-U3 Asphaltic Concrete Pavement Approximate Quantities; Tons oJ Grave! 4B4000 Too Miles Haul (2) Prelect 5-R. 726, E, of Jet, S.R- R55 (N. of DflYilantl} to Jet, Hwy. 34 Mile 27.65 to Mile W.S8 Grading and Other Work Approximate Qualities: Sii.OOO Cubic YarrfS of Excavation Cubic Yards of Gravel Cu. Yard Miles tf Haul Contract and Specifications may be oblained at the of the Chief Con- sfruclicn Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, Ihe office of fhe District Engineer, 1707 Sixth Street Calgary, Alberla. and the office o flhe District Engineer, Administra- tion BIdg. I etnbridge. Alberta, and will be available only to individur.'s egistered and in the Prov- ince of Alberta, or lo partnerships or corpora liens rcffislcred and operating In and who have established! a fixed place ct business in the Province of Alberta, A deposit of Tv.enly-Flve Dollars payable to the Prov- incial Treasurer, be required for each copy of Ihe Contract and Specifi- cations taken, and (cr gradlr.Q pro- jects prdires will be supplied upcn a further tferxislt of Twenty-Five Dollars Each bid must be accom- panied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% Tender. Tenders will be opened In public. Ttia lowest or any Tender noJ necessarily accepted. 1... H. McV.anus, Deputy Minister ct Highways and C1573 REID Passed away in the city on Tuesday, April 25, 1972, follov.-ing a brief illness, Mrs. Elsie Winnifred Reid, at the of 57 years, beloved wife of Mr. Ernest C. Reid of Warner. Born, raised and educated in P e n n a n t, Saskatchewan, the late Mrs. Reid was married n Swift Current on December 25th, 1935. Mr. and Mrs. Reid lived in Pennant for several years, moving to Calgary in W38 and later that same year to Lethbridge. In 19-13 they moved to W a r n e r, where she has resided until January of this year when ill health forced her to be hospitalized in I-eth- iridge. She was an enthusiastic curler served and bowler and secretary of BOWKER Pub- lie Works Superintendent Jo- seph Bowker died Wednesday. April 13, 1972, in Whitehorse Hospital. He was 61. Mr. Bowk- er was born November 19, 1910, in Lethbridge, Alberta, and first moved lo Whitehorse in 1915 with liis own company, Saanich Plumbing and Heating. Dur- ing his stay in Whitehorse, which lasted until 1953, he in- stalled the plumbing in the Whitehorse Post Office, the Bant- of Montreal, Whitehorse Eleme.i tar y, the vocational school and the Indian youth hos- els in Riverdalc. He returned o Whitehorse in 1958 as a su- perintendent (or Matt Nelson's 'himbing. In 1965 he joined the City of Whitehorse staff as su- jerintendent of water works and in 1971 was appointed su- perintendent of works in charge both public and water works lie taught night school classes in plumbing at the vocational school in 1970. Predeceased by his father, Mr. James Bowker, who was Chief of Police in Leth- bridge: also his mother, Mary Anne Bowker; one sister, Mrs. Nellie Hanuack and one broth- er James Bowker. Mr. Bowker leaves his wile Anne and two sons, Bill nnd Russell, all of Whitehorse and one sister, Mrs. Mary Smith of Calgary. A fu- neral service was held on Sat- urday, April 22, at 11 a.m. at the Church in White- KULTGEN I wish io ex- press my sincere thanks to the doctors of the Haig Clinic and to the nurses and staff of St. Michael's General Hospital, lor the care and attention given me during my recent stay in the hospital. My sincere thanks also to friends, neighbors and rela- tives for visits, gifts and expres- sions of sympathy and good will. thorize ttie Saskatchewan om- budsman to investigate the ac- tions of those directly respon- sible to the minister of a de- inrlment, he said in an inler- Emil Kultgen. C1547 view. "This, in effect, more se- tJSjpjs' PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT 75 CONTRACTS CONCRETE WORK Guaranleerf FRED STblNER CEMENT WORK, old tiaicmenli water proofing. In- sured, free Estimates Prione 317.BJE6. RAIN BOW PAINTING AND DECOR- paper, vinyl and spray- ing Tree Pfione 37E-315J. 97H-llmy C AND J rzOUIPMEWT RENTALS GrAvfil Companion equip- ment Concrete equipment. Corral cleaning. Phonl 33B-4745. 1410 ?nd Ave. S. SEALED TENDERS will by lr.e undersigned up T AM- saving Tfi ncsday, May 10, 1972, lor lien ct the v.'o (1) 46, cf Gn of Jet. Hwy. 63 Miles 59.06 lo rViile 71.06 Highway 63. Jet. Hv.y. H tn cf Amesbury Wife O.CO to Mile 1J.67 Asphalljc Concrete paverr-nt Acoroxlmate Quantities: Tons ot Gravel I0n Miles Haul (7> Project P. R. 133, Jet. Hv.y 4 miss you. Helen and children. verely restricts his duties than other Canadian ombuds- man or the New Zealand om- budsman, on whom the Alberta legislation was based." He said under the Alherta act, he is empowered to inves- tigate the actions of any civil sen-ant including the deputy minister of a department. In Regina, Attorney-General Roy Rom an ow s aid Albert n lation, particularly from civil rights groups, I don't think the Alberta ombudsman has been all that effective." Regarding comments by Mr. McClcllan that the Saskatche- a n ombudsman's position would be restricted more than any other in Canac a, the At- torney-Genera! said: "I don't think he knows what he's talking about. I just don't know what prompted him to say that." received I o'clock I on Wed. Service. ind lo E Directors of C157 PUBLIC _NOTICES CARPET TENDER 819 FUNERALS DUN BAR Funeral service for Frieda Mathilde Dunbar, who died April 17, 1972, was held at p.m. Thursrfhy, April 20f 1972, in the Trinity United Church, Fort Maclecd, with Pc'.er Walker officiating. Pallbearers were Glen and Vic- tor Buster Brntton, Or- rin Lockard, Joe McXab and A. A. Neddow. Interment was in the Union Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Mac- leod, Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. Calgary sailor dies in crash Great Falls trial set GREAT FALLS, Mont. (API Four defendants charged with two counts of forgery and one of conspiracy pleaded inno- cent before District Court Judge R. J. Kelson. Held under bail of each were Leery Williams Jr., 39, Los Angeles; Rita Hernan- 33, Montreal: Betty Leo Thompston 34, Conipton, Calif. and Calliv Louis Thomas, De- troit. The four allegedly forged a cheque for on an Abi- Une, Tex., bank and another cheque for on a Ctucago bank. They were slso charged with conspiring to commit for- gery on the First Westside Na- tional Bank of Great Falls. Nelson set trial for sometime in May. Winnipeg blaze kills three WINNIPEG (CP) A moth- er and her two children died early today in a lire that is believed to have started in the kifchen of their St. Vital home. The woman's 23-year-old hus- band was taken to hospital af- er being pulled from the burn- ing home by two neighbors. Police identified (lie victims 5 Sltirley 26, and ner children Lome Jared, 4 and Lee Ann. 1. Her nusb and Ron aid Fred Gatchell was in fair condition in St. Boniface Hospital suffer- ing burns and smoke inhala- tion. VICTORIA Boon, 18 (CP) Eric reserve seaman from Calgary, was killed after his car j u in p P d a two-foot nbutmcnt and somersaulted into Ganges Harbor on Salt Spring Island. RCMP said Mr. Boon was returning to Victoria to meet his ship, HMS Chaleur. Dale Empey, 19, of Salt Spring, the only ether person in the car, escaped unhurt. Typhoid kills 80 MEXICO CITY (Reutcr) Eighty persons have died of ty- pho.d in the last four months in the slate of Hidaldo, about 62 miles north of here. The epi- Medicine Hat doctor named EDMONTON (CP) Ap- pointment of Dr. G. Alvin Le- Page, a native ol Medicine Hat, as director oE the McEachern cancer research Inborntory at trie University of Albert a was announced today hy the board of governors. Dr. LePage, now at the Uni- versity of Texas, will becomo director and professor of bio- chemistry at the University of demic now is on I he wane, the t health ministry ---------l[ Wednesday. Alberta July I. Dr. LePage replaces Dr. A. reported i K. P. Palerson who has re- signed. In loving memory of Elizabeth Zeith, who passed away April 24, 1971. Forget you, mom, we never will, For i n our hear (s you with its still. Behind our smile there many a tear, For the mom we lost anc 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 Pear! and Joe, Bernice nnd John, Dennis and Billie and all her grandchildren. 830 of (ho Dis.rict Engineer, AdrniniMra- II on Bftfg. U1h bridge, Albert, and will he available only to individuals registered and ofxratino in !he rnce cf Alher.a, or To partnerships f corporations registered and operating in and who haVe eslablishpd s fixed r'3 fc'jsf n ess n Ihe P r ovl e c! Alberts. A deposit cf Twenty-Five Dollari payable lo the Prov- incial Treasurer, will required for each copy of the Contract and Specifi- cations taken, and pro- jects profiles will be supplied upon a further depos.t lA Tv.'en.v-Five Dollars Each bid must be accom- panied by A marked cFiecjue or bond equal to of Tender. Tenders will fce opent-d in pub.ic. The lowest cr any Tender nd necessarily accepted. L. H. FAcMaruji. Deputy Minuter of Higr.wsyi and Draper, (g the supply and Ir. srpet at various scncoi; by the undersigred Thursday, Way l.fh, stdllafion cf cai will be rcc p, 19'J- Ftr furl in for ma lien and specif i- caMons please conlacl W.r, D. B. Atf- well. Facility Planner at I5lh St. SoLilh, LetMhridijp, V, Crumley, Lefhbridge School Disrcid Mo. S) NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS tfie Sue resale Court of Soufhfrr. Alterfa, Judicial District of L 11 h- Cridge. In trie Estale cf HAROL.O FRED- SHAVE, Iste ct Lelhbridce. Albcm, retired, whr, fliprf on Ihe 241.1 dav of December, 1971. Take noffce Ihaf all parsons having claimi upon 1he Eslalc of the above named wust file with the Public Trus- tee by the 241 fi day of (Any, .973, a full statement of their claims and of Eccurilit? held by them. I. G. G. BREEZE, A.sista'.t P'jblk Tru.lce, 301 John J. Bo'Mcn 610 71h vcrL'C S W CALGARY, Alter.a. TJP CV< 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, 1072, at the age of 74 years, held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 25, 1372, in the Taylor Stake Chapel of the Church uitli Bishop Dwayne Hal! officiating. Pall- bearers were Loron Larson, K d w i n Orr, Cl.'tir Norton, Charles Ackroyd, Bert Still and Clifton Nalcler, Interment was in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Lid., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of tho arrangements. HOLLER Funeral service for Jirs. Beatrice Marion Kol- ler, beloved wife of Mr. Em- manuel Franklin Roller of Milk- River who died :'n the city Sun- Deaths Yesferday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Castelldcfclls, Sanders, 65, British film slar, found dead in a hotel room in this seaside resort near Barce- lona. Gorin, 81, a leading figure in the fashion world who helped I a Ik the Nazis out of moving French dress- making house.; to Berlin during the Second World War. Z a y c r, leader of a Palestinian guerrilla group that broke away last March from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, afer shooting himself. Ferguson, 87, dean of Canadian sports- writers and a columnist for The Slar. Quebec Goulet, CHINOOK INTRODUCTO OFFER day, April 23. 1972, after a long Ti Goulct illness at the age of 75 years I 'cgis'alure member was held at p.m. Wedncs- or Temiscommg at various day in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. 703 Mth N.. with Rev. Dr. H. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Active pallbearers were Jim ti'Hara, Kei. Kuhl. George Kollcr, Art Wchlagc, Fritz Hfuelier and Dick Michaelis. Honorary pallbearers were Har- old Auctet, HanV Schmitt, Ed- ward and Walt Erickson, Dean Smith and Joe Wollcrshcim. In- terment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. OIL CHANGE WITH GASOLINE FILL-UP! WE SUPPLY THE OIL MAXIMUM 5 QUARTS Bill t-oran, your new Chinook 66 dealer, would like 1o meet you. Drive in and lei Bill introduce you to quality Pacific 65 nnd Trop-Arctic motor oils during this free introductory offer. Raincheck coupons are available if you want your oil changed at a later dale. Olfer expires May 6, 1972. times between 19B ami 1935 ami mayor of Pabre, Que. for a number of years. Wcsl Palm ncacli. I lluir Siimmerficld. 73, who !cfl i alter Grade 8 and went on to become ,_ postmaster-gen- eral of tbe United Stales and a chairman of (be Republican na- lional committee. T.os Goulrijng, 76, Hie movie director wlio di- rected more than 500 motion pictures during bis career, in- cluding Uiose of Laurel and Hardy and Harold Lloyd, m M JV H M BV I 1 W if E B 1 Pair ol Aulopar Custom Whiiewall Tires will be given away free on May 6, 1972' at p-m- forrrs aro available at Chinook 66. No purchase necessary. i., We Care CH NOOK 66 1205 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PH. 328-0288 ;