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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, August 3, 1974 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Bakery m Taber Reasonably pnceu Ptione 223-3398 or write P O Box 478 Taber 8873-3 1h 3000 sq '1 downtown commercial space Phono 328-1520 or 326 5309 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ Agencies (1972) Limited College Mall Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available We consider all types of mortgage loans C627-3 MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S C5216-H MORTGAGES Ali types of mortgage financing ,n STai! acreages new and old Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave 328-3251 C7769-tf SECOND MORTGAGES Rates as lov. as 14.98% HOUSEHOLD REALTY Corporation HOUSEHOLD FINANCE o- f C 536 sth Aveine i-vn If- b' sne 32" 15' I B1 90 CONTRACTS FRONT-END LOADER AND TRUCK DIG DRIVEWAYS TOP SOIL AND FILL DIRT 323-7692 Fred Steiner cement work old dug water prootmg in- sured Phone 327-8286 462-tf R AND K CONSTRUCTION Cerrert contactors Sidewalks patios driveways floors Estimates Days 328-1J68. evenings 327-2627 or 327-2983_________________4304-tl Garage building cement work and stuccoing Anderson nnd Sorenson Construction 1020 7th Ave S Pnone 327-6682 C7377-tf Fences repaired built Miscellaneous building Concrete patios sidewalks drives steps chirrneys all repairs Jim 327-5087 328 3983 7799-tf Fifef'i ft oackhoe and loader hourly rates or by contract Phone' VtJ Oualitied Custom Painters barns concrete blocks houses etc Phone codect 752-3796 Raymond 9507-tt Complete basement framing drvwall estimates 327-6241 Harold Design Homes 7810- 14Av CBR BACKHOEING 24 hour call Phone 833-3739 Burdett and 223-8053 Taber 8518-27A PRAIRIE Ditching Company of Lethbridge TRENCHES HOES PLOWS FOR 3AS ELECTRIC DRAIN TILE WATER SEWER SPRINKLER You Name It C383-tf BOX NUMBER RLP! ,F? '3 24 31 42. 46 52 110 126 137 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS n tie ESTATE of WALTER BASIL DRANLEY late of 1313 10th Avenue South in the City of Lethbridge. in the 3rovince of Alberta, Retired. Deceased, who died on the 16th day of July A D 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 3rd day of September, A D 1974 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them IVES AND CARLETON Barristers and Solicitors. P O Box 728. No 204. 324-7th Street South, LETHBRIDGE Alberta T1J 3Z6 Solicitors for the Executor B104 xflbcna OOVCNNMENT Qf AC0EMTA .SEALED TENDERS will be received sy the undersigned up to 11 00 A M on Friday, August 16th. 1974 for the ;onstruction of the following work- 3roject Secondary Road 792 to Junction Secondary Road 604 ,1ile 000 to 8 12 trading and other work approximate "xcavation Ouanties cubic rards. Contracts and Specifications ma be obtained at the Office of the Ch'3f Maintenance Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton. Alberta, the Dffice of the District Engineer, 4020 Bowness Road. N W.. Calgary. Mberta and the Office of the District Engineer. Administration Building, .ethbndge. Alberta and will be available to individuals operating in the Province of Alberta or to aartnerships or corporations in the Province of Alberta ft deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars 00) will be required for each :opy of Contract and Specifications aken Profiles will be supplied upon a further deposit of twenty-Five Dollars (S25 00) Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or equal to 10% of the Tender Tenders will be opened m public The owest or any Tender not necessarily accepted V E McCune Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport A15 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF ANNE ISABEL PATERSON late of LETHBRIDGE in the Province of Alberta, who died on me ?7th day of May AD 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the Solicitors by the 2nd day of September 1974. a full statement of then claims and of securities bv them PATERSON AND NORTH 407 Mayor Magrath Drive Lethbndge. Alberta Solicitors for Executors B117 TENDERS Are T.vited for the supply ana delivery of the foilo.vrg quantities of hay and straw :o the Agnculture Canada Research Station. Lethbndge and to trie Research Substation CnefOur (Manybert.esi Lethbndge 715 ton alfalfa nay second cutting and 250 ton bedding straw Onefour 325 tons alfalfa hay. second cutting and 125 ton bedding straw Quotations should be delivered to the Station and bids on ar v qua-idtv will considered Quotations close August 15 1974 at noon For further information and quota- tion request contact C G Schoenmg. Administrative Officer- Finance Agi ..ult'jre Canada Research Station Lethbndge Alberta Pnone 327-4561 A1S Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTHS PORTER Shane and Dianne are pleased to announce the birth of their son. Thomas Andrew, on. July 30. 1974 Proud grandparents are Bob and Connie Venables of Lethbndge and Bill and Lois Porter of Vauxhall. 8936 BILINSKI Joe and Gladys Bihnski are proud to announce the of their first son. Kevin James. 7 Ibs 15 ozs Born July 30. 1974 Happy grandparents are Mr. Saturday. August 3rd, 1974, BIRTH DORCKAii Ken and Bev are happy to announce the arrival of their chosen daughter Christa Marie Elizabeth. A sister for Travis. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W H. Taylor and Mr. F. Trentini all of Lethbridge. 8942 DEATHS SORGE Passed away on and Mrs Carl Bihnski and Mr and Mrs Steve Kasko. 890" W A Y N K A a a 1 e a Ehsa Sorge. age 75 years, beloved husband of Louis Sorge. of Pincher Creek. Born Pincher Creek, she married Louis B. Sorge here in 1919. HOLMURS BOBCAT SERVICE AND RENTALS Back hoeing post hoe drilling land- backfilling or veway corral No lob too small or too 327-53" 7 7352-SAu ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING 328 5745 C1936-tf IMPORTANT NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PARKING METER CONVERSION As of August 6 1974 there will be free park'ng at all parking meters until further notice This will enable city crews to make the necessary changes for the increased meter rates A20 Michaela. healthy daughter of She taught school for many happy parents Chet and Maxima, arrived into the world July 23. 1974, 8 23 a.m Birth weight. 7 Ibs. G ozs Delighted grandmother. Mrs. Anatalia Aviles of Urdaneta. Pangasman. P.I PUBLIC NOTICES ydlborta GOVERNMENT Of SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 00 A M on Friday August 16 1974 for the construction of the following work Project Improvement District 16 Valieyview area Gravel stripping, excavating crushing and stockpiling Estimated quantities 117 OOOcubic yards Contracts and bpecidcations may be obtained at the Office of the Chief Maintenance Engineer Highways Bu'ldmg. Edmontor Aiberta the Office of the District Engncs- 4020 Bowness Road N W Calgary Alberta and the Office of the District Cngmeer Administration Building Lethbridge Alberta and will be available to 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) will be required for each copy of Contract and Specifications taken Each Did must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of the Tender Tenders will be opened in public The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted V E McCune Deouty Minister of Highways and Transport A14 RE. rhe DEVELOPMENT CONTROL BYLAW 2887 following applications for development permits have been approved by the Development Officer DC "4 062 Mr Ernest Kowoll'k to construct a single family residence at 49 McGill Boulevard DC 74 063 Mr Mike Lejbjuk to construct a duplex at McGill Boulevard DC 74 _ 064 Mr Mike to construct a duplex at McGill Boulevard Any person affected by the said decision may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board by delivering either personally or by Registered Man statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the office of the City Clerk ,n the C'ty Hall not later than August 14 1974 DATE August 1 T Kands'iiro Development Officer A16 Re: Zoning Bylaw No. 2750 The following applications for development permits have been approved by the Development Officer 74 698 H Frandsen Developments Ltd to build one additional suite to the 29-suite apartment building at 2132 Palm Road 74 700 Harcourt Development Corporation Ltd to construct a fourolex apartment building at 2305 23rd Street North 74 701 Harcourt Development Corporation Ltd to construct a fourplex apartment building at 2301 23rd Street North 74 693 Associated Proiects Ltd to ccrstruct a conven ence food plant at 703 to 719 32nd Norm person affectc-j by the sa.ci decis.on may apoeal such decision to the Develooment Appeal Board by delivering either personally or by Registered Mail, statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the office of the City Clerk m the City Hall not later than August 14. 1974 DATE August 1 1974 T Kanashiro Development Olf'cer A17 THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice >s hereby givn t( '.t fie undersigrel mtenns 'o to .beriT LtqL or Control f'oi'd fv a i cence to sell beer Wine snl iqoor by the glass for conjunction only on the pc-l on of the premises m witn the provision The Liquor Licensing Act and the Regulations made thereunder with respect to the following describtd premises ANITA MOCH BELLEVUE HOTEL MANiYBERPIES ALBERTA Lots 1i 12 1C S 28 Block 2 No 7345 B O Obiections to this application shall be maoe 'orthwith to The Alberta Liquor Control Board Edmonton Dated at Manybernes Aiberta 'his 20 day of July 1974 ANfTA MOCH MANAGER 393 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS TENDER UNDERGROUND CONDUIT INSTALLATION Sealed Tenders marked Contract -6933 aie but must be received at 'PA office the General Manager Alberta Government Telephones 10020 100th Street, 31st Floor Edmonton Alberta T5J ON5. not later than 2 00 p m Local Time, Tuesday. August 20. 1974 for- Taber. Aiberta Estimate 901433. Project 6261. for the installation ana reinforcement of underground conduit consisting of approximately 190 feet of 18- way. 518 feet of 12-way 378 feet of 10-way 2103 feet of 8-way 2134 feet of 6-way 1271 feet of 4- way 246 feet of 3-way 401 feet of 2-way 314 feet of 1-way (dll 4 inch construction of 7 concrete pads and connection of conduit to H precast manholes, supplied and installed bv A G T Work may commence August 26. 1974 Completion date sha'. >-o October 18. 1974 Bid Sets may be from the office of the Suof. Contract Administration. Government Telephones, 10020 lOGn Street, 24th Floor Edmonton. T5J ON5 and are available to contractors operating in the Province of Alberta on deposit of a Fifty Dollar (S50 00) Certified Cheque, which will be refunded if Plans and Specifications are returned to this office within seven (7) days a'ter closing date of tenders, otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit Each tender must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the value of ten (10) per cent of the tender The successful bidder will be required to furnish a Performance Bond and a Laborer and Material Payment Bond, each m the value of fifty (50) percent of the tender All inquiries regarding the work of this tcnaei shall be directed to District Construction Superintendent, South, phone 261-410) The right is reserved to reiect any or all bids J W Dodds General Manager A? IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF SELMA VATHILDA FINELL late of the City of Lethbridge in thr- Province- of AlbeMa who died 01 the day of Ma-, A D 1974 TAKE NOT'CE that all persons twrq fie esta'e of thp narriPd file jv.th the undersigned Solicitors by the 3rd day Of September 1974 a full statement of j their c'aims and of securities held by I Will them RICE, MACLEAN, BABKI EVANS 903 3rd Ajenue Soutn Le'hbndge Aloerta Solicitors for the ExeCLtor 8105 years in the Pincher Creek district and was very active in the St Michael's Parish, the CWL, Pincher Creek Historical Society and the IODE. Besides her husband she is survived by two sons, Bernard, of Kamioops, B.C., Francis, of Pincher Creek; one daughter, Mrs. F. 'Audrey) Slapmski, Colorado Springs. Colorado; eleven grandhilcren, seven great- grandchildren; two sisters; Mrs. Ida Snider of Calgary; Mrs Emma Nelson, of Lethbridge. The funeral ser- vice will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church. Tuesday, August 6, 1974 at a.Vn., Rev. M. Hagel officiating. Interment in the Fairview Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in Eden's Funeral Home, Monday at p.m. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C798 BARRUS Mr. John Walter Barrus. beloved husband of Mrs. Pauline Barrus, 1114 12th St. B South, passed away in the city Friday, August 2, 1974, following a lengthy illness, at the age of 79 years. The late Mr Barrus was born in Idaho and moved to the Spring rotilee district in 1907 where be resided until 1960 at which lime he moved to Lethbridge where he has resided until his passing He served overseas as a Pilot Officer in the R A F during the First World War, and was a Flight Lieutenant Instructor during the Second World War. The late Mr Barrus was a member of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks No. 37 and the Chinook Club. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two daughters. Mrs. Blanche McEntire. Whittier. California, Mrs. R. L (Daphnee) McMichael. La Habra. California: one sister, .Mrs Elene Duyn, Vancouver, B C. and also six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by one sister and two brothers. The funeral service will be held at p rn on Wednesday. August 7, !P74 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North. Interment follow in the Field of Honor, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Director.; Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C795 Public Works Canada Western Region Travaux publics Canada Region de I'Quest DEPARTMENT OF WORKS OF CANADA EXTENS'ON OF TIME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that fie '..me for the reception o! tenders for and AIR TREATMENT FEDERAL BUILDING. CARDSTON, Alberta due 11 30 a m (MOST) AUGUST 7. 1974 HAS BEEN EXTEND- ED TO 11 30 A M (MOST) AUGUST 14 1974 P A Melmck, P-fjionai Manager. rinance and Administration -stern EDMONTON. Alber-- Ji'lv 31 1974 A11 THE NEW BP." ICK ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION INV ATION TO BIDDERS INSULATi M OF PIPING AND EQUIPMENT COI ESON COVE UNIT NO 1 COLESON COVF THERMAL GENERATING STATION Contractors are invited to submit tenders for "Insulation of Piping and Equipment. Coleson Cove Unit No 1. Coleson Cove Thermal Generat- ing Station. Saint John N R Bids are to be SubmiUffl proper form in triplicate and as described in the Instructions to B.ddors shall be addressed and mailed or de- livered m person to Secretary, The New Brunswick Electric Power Commission 527 Kpp street. Fredencton, N B ensure considera- tion, the bids shall bo m a sealed envelope marked "Proposal for Insulation of Piping and E'quipment Coleson Cove Unit 1, Coleson Cove Thermal Generating Sta'.or' and must be deposited m the box for re- ceipt of tenderers located m the reception room of the Secretary's office at the above designated address in time for a public opening of these tenders at 3P00 p m local time on August 26. 1974. Contractor1! may apply for plans and specifications at the address above noted upon payment o' a deposit of 00 to the Secretary of the Com- mission for each set The will be refunded when the plans and specifications are returner) All proposals shall be accompanied by Bid Bond in accordance with the Regulations in tfv amount of ten (10) percent of the tender price The tenderers must furnicii satisfactory evidence that he has the ability and experience to perform this work. also, that he has sufficient capital and plant to successfully complete the work in the time named on the con- tract The work covered by this contract consists of insulating all piping and equipment as shown or. tho Tender Drawings Tendering shall be if accordance with the Crown Construction Contracts Act and the Regulations adopted thr-ronnder being N B Regulation 73-10 The commission reserves the right to reiect any or all tenders J Stewart Brooks Chairman A10 DEATHS PROVOST Passed away suddenly, Friday, August 2, 1974, Dwight Arnold William Provost, age 23 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. James Provost, of the Peigan Reserve. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Brocket, Monday at 10 a.m. Rev. G. Fortier officiating. Interment in the Brocket Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C797 LEE Passed away suddenly in Calgary on Thurs- day, August 1, 1974. Miss Linda Irene Lee at the age of 17 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saylor Lee of Picture Butte. Born in Magrath, the late Miss Lee moved to Picture Butte with her family in 1971 and was a student at the Picture Butte High School. Besides her loving parents she is survived by three sisters, Betty, Lizle and Peggy at home: three brothers, Donald, Kevin and Saylor Jr. at home; her grandmother, Mrs. Addie Lee of Spring Coulee; her grandfather Mr. George Fellger of Magrath. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday, August 6. 1974 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St N., with Rev. Ernest Martin officiating. Interment will follow in Archrnount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361. C794 GURNEY Passed away in Magrath on Friday. August 2nd. 1974, Minerva Lucile M Gurney, dearly beloved wife of Emery H. Gurney of Magrath. Lucile was born on October 5th, 1904, in Jaffray. B.C. to Bryant Ross and Martha M. McMullin, pioneer immigrants from Utah. Her early life was spent in Taber and district where she completed elementary and high school, she attended normal school in Calgary and taught school until she was married to Emery H Gurney, April 6th, 1932 in the Alberta Temple at Cardston, following which they lived on a dryland farm south of Magrath. She was active in both civic and church affairs having worked in the Cancer Society and political organizations of the area. In her church she had been active in all the auxiliaries and had been a visiting teacher for 42 years She had a great love for genealogy research and Temple work and was active in both of these areas. She leaves to mourn her passing besides her loving husband, four sons, Vaughn of Provo. Utah, Elwood of Midvale. Utah. Blair of Calgary, and Shane at home, all four of these sons have filled Missions for the L.D.S. Church, Shane having just returned from the Italian Mission; three daughters, Mrs. Gordon (Ruth) Wilde of Welling, Mrs. Jay (Barbara) Facer of Salt Lake City and Mrs. Bill (Linda) Hansen of Edson, Alberta; 18 grand- children and one great-grand- son; two brothers, Rowe McMullin of Santa Barbara, Calif, and Ross McMullin of Costa Mesa, Calif.; four sisters, Mrs. Parley (Mary) Christensen and Mrs. Hollie Sallenback of Calgary, Mrs. Leonard (Beth) Johnson of Lethbridge and Mrs. Kari (Fern) Williams of Glenwood. Funeral services will be held in the Magrath L.D.S. Chapel on Tuesday, August 6th at 2 p.m.. with Bishop Tyler Alston officiating. Interment will follow in the Magrath Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service C7S8 IN MEMORIAM ROSSITER In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Howard, who passed away August 4th, 1969. Your name is often mentioned Our thoughts in silence fly To the days when you were with us Those memories will never die. remembered by mom and dad, Barbara, Leo, David and Jane and nephews. 8913 IN MEMORIAMS Alberta Heart Foundation Memorials May be made Mrs. M. N. Wray, 1705 15 St. S.. Lethbridge. Also infor- mation re films and pamphlets. Phone A.H.F. 327- 3239. 2837-lOAh ILLES In loving memory of Laszlo, who passed away August 5, 1973. On that sad day he fell asleep. Leaving memories for me to keep Within my heart he'll always stay. Loved and remembered every day. missed and always remembered by Mary Marz 8917 SORGARD In loving memory of a dear husband, father, grandfather and great- grandfather, John, who passed away Aug 3. 1973. Deep in our hearts there's a longing For a loved one, gone to rest Take care of him God in Heaven, For on earth he was one of the best. remembered by his wife, daughters and their families. 8916 POTTS In loving memory of a dear husband, father and granddad. James Arthur, who passed away August 4th, 1973 One year has passed since that sad day. It was God'b will that you should not stay, A million words cannot express. Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. by his wife. Ethel. Gladys and Martin. Donna. Donald, and family and Henry. 8915 CHRISTENSEN In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather. Iner Christensen. who passed away August 4. 1972. A certain smile, a certain face, A certain someone none can replace, Wishing today as we have wished before. That God would have spared you many years more Sadly missed and remembered by wife Evelyn; Roger, Keith, Bonnie and families 8914 POTTS In loving memory of James Artflur, who passed away August 4, 1973 There is a road called remembrance. Where thoughts and wishes meet. We take that road in thought today. To the one we cannot greet. remembered and sadiy missed by your loving wife Ethel, Evelyn. Charlie: Ken, Heather and family; Irene. Les and family. Sylvia. George and family; Norman Connie and family. 8918 MILLAR In loving memory of a dear husband, dad and grandfather, who passed away in Bow Island on August 4, 1969. All the love you gave us in the happy bygone years. The comfort of your presence, in the days of joy and tears Each sacrifice you had to make, alorg the path you trod. Is remembered by those who loved you. as you resi in peace with God remembered by your wife Margaret and families. 8919 Premier Tanaka gives advice to tourists TOKYO (AP) Premier Kakuei Tanaka is giving out tips on etiquette as Japanese tourists fan out around the globe. With of his countrymen expected to go abroad during the summer vacation season, Tanaka's of- fice issued an article filled with advice he hopes will reduce the standard offences committed by travelling Jap- anese. The government article, now appearing in 12 popular magazines, uses cartoons to advise travellers that: first" is expected in western countries. soup is repugnant almost anywhere outside Ja- pan Japanese military songs are likely to arouse anger in southeast Asian countries where the Japanese occupation during the Second World War is still remembered. not discuss religion in Moslem countries nor politics where the government is un- stable. "Group travelling is the cause of the trouble." said Kenzo Nomura of the Japan Travel Bureau's overseas sec- tion. "If they go as in- dividuals, there is no trouble, and they don't behave worse than other tourists. But in groups there is high visibility, and 90 per cent of Japanese tourists travel in groups CARDS OF THANKS McLACHLAN I would like to express my sincere thanks to my doctors for their efficient care: to the nurses and staff of E2 Wing at St. Michael's Hospital for their wonderful care: to a'll of my relatives, family and friends for the lovely flowers, gifts, visits. cards and thoughtfulness while I was in hospital. McLachlan. 8912 NIRK The family of the late Helmut Nirk wish to express their sincere appreciation and gratitude to all their friends and relatives for their thoughtful and kind acts, for floral tributes, expressions of sympathy; to those who travelled long distances and to friends who helped in any way during our recent bereavement. A special thanks to the nursing, dietary and other staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Nirk Family 8546-3h MARFESE To all kind friends who by loyal and sympathetic acts and words have lightened our sorrow during our recent bereavement in the loss of our beloved wife and mother, Maria Marfese, we extend our fullest gratitude. To doctors and staff at the Pass General Hospital, Father Tim Kelly, pallbearers: to those who sent flora! and mass offerings, cards and condolences, our blessings to all. cherished Mr. John Marfese, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Skrukwa and family. 8S10 GRAHAM Words cannot express my heartfelt thanks to all of Allan and my relatives, neighbors and friends who were so kind and thoughtful to me in my hours of need. It will long be remembered by me as a memoriam to Allan. Thanks for the flowers, mass cards, cards of sympathy, gifts of food. etc. A special thanks to Father Carroll. Cathie Gleason. Mrs Pisko and The Canadian Legion. Also to Joan Steel and Group 6 of St. Pat's C.W.L. and the other ladies who served lunch after the service. You will all be long remembered by me. Betty Graham 8937 Soviets satisfy Arafat MOSCOW (AP) Palesti- nian guerrilla leader Yasir Arafat was quoted today as expressing "deep satisfac- tion" with his visit to the Soviet Union. Tass. the official Soviet news agency, carried an inter- view with Arafat who met with Soviet reporters Frida> It was the first public mention of the visit in the Soviet news media since a brief arrival an- nouncement Tuesday. In Beirut, pro-guerrilla newspapers said Moscow has agreed to supply Palestinian guerrillas with defensive weapons, including ground-to- air missiles and anti-armor weapons They said the arms dgree ment was one result ol Arafat's in Moscow In the Tass interview. Arafat said the results ol the visit "convincingly indicate that our relations are ol a friendly, sine-ore, trusting nature Chinese to visit museums By JOHN BURNS Special to Herald PEKING A delegation headed by Liu Yang-chiao. a senior official of the Chinese government's bureau of cultural relics, will leave here on Sunday to attend the open- ing of the exhibition of Chinese relics at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. Mr Liu. accompanied bv a party of three, will arrive in Toronto on Tuesday They will attend the opening ceremony the following day. then set out on a 10-ciav tour of Canadian museums that will take them to Ottawa. Vancouver and Victoria The bureau of cultural relic-, has responsibility for the For- bidden City museum in Peking, home of the relics in the display at the ROM. It also supervises archaeological research, assigning experts to hundreds of sites across China digging is now underway. Bangladesh seeks help CARD OF THANKS SMITH The family of the late Mrs. Mabel Smith would like to thank the doctor and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the care they gave our sister; our friends for their Kindness and help. 8908 CHISTE I wish to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at St. Michael's and Auxiliary Hospitals; all my friends for the lovely cards and flowers at the time of my illness. Chiste 8909-6 McINTYRE We wish to express our deepest appreciation and sincere thanks to our relatives, friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown us at the loss of our beloved husband and father, Hector Guy Mclntyre. Their thoughtfulness in gifts of flowers, sympathy cards, memorial donations, food and visits were deeply appreciated. Special thanks to Rev. Kenneth Morris and Rev. Hector Rose for their comforting words; to the pallbearers Andy Blixt, David Burwash, Ernest Allen, Chester Allen. William Parker and John Willan; to Martin Bros. Funeral Home; to the ladies who served the lunch. Your kindness and thoughfulness will always be remembered. Jean Mclntyre, Wayne, Alan and Lorna McPherson. 0911 DACCA (AP) Bangladesh issued an urgent appeal ior United Nations help today js floods continued to engulf the country. The official death toll after six weeks of flooding stood at .30.9, and was expected to rise. Foreign Minister Karnal Hussam saki 15 million per- sons have been aflected, property damage tops million, and only extensive international help will avert famine. Waldheim in Portugal LISBON Na- tions Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim arrived at Lisbon's Portola international airport today to start an official three-day visit. It marked the first official visit to Portugal by a UN secretary-general. ;