Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
IN STEP WITH TIMES NEW YORK The Mu- MUOL of Modern which prides Itself on keeping up with the raised admission prices JRmday to from PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In Surrogate Court of Southern Judicial District of Leth- brldce In of JAN of Alberta. Take not lea that all having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with The Public Trustee by the 14th day of a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. C. R. VAN KLEEK Deputy Public 201 John J. Bowlen 7th Ave. Alberta. TIP A24 INVITATION TO TENDER VILLAGE OF WARNER Sealed marked for Lagoon and Outfall will ba received by the Secretary- Treasurer up until p.m. August at the Village Office in Warner. The work consists of the construc- tion of a single cell sewage stabiliza- tion MO lineal feet of 10 Inch outfall arW related appurten- ances. Bona-flda contractors may obtain plans and specifications from the of- fice of the Consulting Engineers In Cal- on deposit cf S25.00 In the form of a certified cheque made payable to the which amount will be refunded upon the return of the above documents In good order within ten days of the date fixed for the closing of tenders. If not returned within the above the deposit will be for- feited. Tenders must be accompanied by a written consent of end a cer- tified cheque or bid bond msde pay- able to the Owner in the amount of 10 percent of the tendered amount. successful bidder will be required to post a 50 per cent Performance Bond within ten of being the contract. The Owner reserves the right to wake Informalities or reject any or all or to accept the tender deemed most favorable for the prelect. P. Secretary-Treasurer Village of Wffner Alberta D G. Consulting Engineering Ltd. 73CI Flint Road S.E. Alberta T2H 1G3 A27 lealed tenders will be received by the undersigned up to p.m. Edmon- ton time August 1973 at the De- sign and Construction Division Office located on the 4th floor of the Milner 104 Alberta for the construction of the earth fills to replace syphons No. 3 and No. 4 on Mountain View-Aetna Main Canal. The work Is located approximately 3 miles south-south west of near the existing canal in NEW-2S-2-26-4 and The main items of Work and approprl- quantities are as Two compacted earth fill embank- ments cu. yds. Canal excavation cu. yds. Two small concrete drop struc- tures Extra work co Tenders shall be clearly Mountain View-Aetna Main Canal- Syphons Contract No. 1. Plans and specifications may be ob- tained from the office located at the above or the Department Of- fices located In the Provincial Admini- stration Buildina and the J. Bowlen Building. Room 620 7 Avenue S.W. Calgary on deposit of 125.00 by cash or certified cheque made payable to the Provincial Treas- urer of Alberta. Each tender must be accompanied by certified cheque cr Bid Bond made payable to the Provincial squat to 10CJ of the an under- taking on the part of the Proposed Surety and such other forms as soe- clfled In the tender documents. Ten- ders will be opened in Puollc. The lowest or any tender will not neces- sarily be accepted. e. E. Deputy Department of the Environment. AID DEATHS BLASCO passed away in the city on Wednes- Aug. 1973 at the age of 85 beloved wile of the late Mr. Frank Blasco. Funer- al arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME in charge of arrangements. C1310 WATTERBERG Passed away at Taber on Tuesday. August Charles of at the age of 88 years. Born at February 1885. Came to Alberta in 1908 and homesteaded in the Vauxhall area. He married the former Mary Hult in 1916 and contin- ued farming until retiring in 1863. His wife three Mrs. Russell Bell of Miss Norma Watterberg of South Mrs. Eu- gene Heikes of Fort one Robert of ten four one brother and three sev- eral nieces and newphews. Fu- neral services will be conduct- ed from Parkview United Vauxhall on August 16 at with Miss Aldeen McKay officiating. Internment will follow in the Vauxhall Cemetery. In lieu of donations to the Heart Humphries Funeral or favorite char- ity appreciated. HUMPHPJES FUNERAL in charge of arrangements. C1303 PETERSON Passed away in the city on August following a lengthy ill- ness. Seth Nathaniel Peterson at the age of 79 years of Brooks. beloved hus- band of Clara Peterson. Born in Elsinore. Utah on March 1894 he came with his family to Stirling in 1903. He was mar- ried to Clara Eva Natalia Lar- son in 1917 in the Salt Lake Temple. He lived in Stirling until 1927 when he and his fam- ily moved to Montana returning to Stirling 192S. The family moved to Brooks in 1939 where he resided until his passing. He was predeceased by a Louise in 1930. He is survived by two Woodrow and both of two Mrs. Glen Bullock of Raymond and Mrs. Beth Taut- fest of 15 grandchil- dren and nine great grand- children. The funeral service will be held on August 18 at 2 p.m. in Smith's Funeral Chanel. Brooks. Inter- ment will follcw in the Brook's cemetery. SMITH'S FUNERAL Directors of Funeral Service. 7890A PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THHE PLANNING ACT BEING CHAPTER 274 R.S.A. 1970 AND AMENDMENTS THERETO and IN THE MATTER of the City of Lethbridge By-Law No. being a By-Law to amend By-Law No. fating a By-Law with respect lo zoning for the City of Lethbridge. TAKE NOTICE THAT on the 77th day of at the hour of eight o'clock In the afternoon In tha Council Chamber of City Council of the city of Lethbridge will hold a Public Hearing pursuant to Sectlcn 130 of The Planning Act to consider the propssed By-Law No. 3160 to amend By-Law No. 2750 known as the Zoning By-Law. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT the proposed By-Law No. will amend the Zoning Map annexed to the said By-Law by deleting from Zone PI PUBLIC BUILDING ZONE and as Zone Rl RESIDENTIAL the lands described Let Twelve In Plan Lethbndfle 255B and municipally described Is 342 16th Street 4th- AVE. No. o CO AND FURTHER TAKE NGi.CE THAT a Cipy of the proposed by-law may oi inspected at the office of the Cily Clerk in Itne City Hall during 1ne office hours. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person who wishes to make representation concerning the proposed by-law shall first a written submission wllti the City Clerk not later man two o'clock on Wednesday the 72nd day of W3. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT such persons as tuch written submission may appear at tha Public Hearing to makt represent- alien to answer questions at City Council concerning their sub- but to the condition that oral representation In support of a ba Ihritcd to thirty minutes annd one rebuttal period of no mere ten minutes. DATED at the City of Lethbrldgt this 6th day of 1973. John City Clerk DEATHS GROSS Passed away at Lethbridge on August of Grassy at the age of 67 ysars. Bora at North May 1906 came to Canada to Grassy Lake with his parents in 1917. Married the former Hilda Guen- January Mr. Gross farmed until retirement in 1957. Predeceased by his wife and two survivors include four Ben and Grassy Taber and Bow two Mrs. Steve Grassy Lake and Mrs. Ron- ald Ta- two Joseph and Grassy four sis- Mrs. Luvella Grassy Mrs. Mary Fore- Pauline Bow Mrs. Heten Bow 21 one great-grandchild. Prayers will bs said in Assumption Roman Catholic Grassy Lake August 15 at 8.30 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from As- sumption Roman Catholic Grassy Lake en Thurs- August 16 at with Rev. Father Don O'Dwy- er cslebrant. Interment. As- sumption Cemetery. HUMPH- RIES FUNERAL Ta- in charge of arrangements. C1307 RASMUSSEN Andrew passed away in the city on Tuesday. August 1973 at the ape of 91 be- loved husband of the late Mrs. Emma Rasraussen. Born in April he moved to Canada with his parents in 1899 and they were one of the first families to set- tle in now the town of Magrath. He married Emma Ritter Green February 1906 and lived in Magrath until 1919 when ha moved his family to the Readymade district where he farmsd until 1846. He has lived in Lethbridge since his re- tirement. He was predeceased by his wife in 1959 and is sur- vived by two Mrs. GlKi P. Hughes and Mrs. J. Michael Cos- both of Lethbridge three step Mrs. Balsy Pixton cf Salt Lake Mrs. Avilda Matheson. Seattle and Mrs. Fred Hender- son of one step- Mr. William A. Green of Las ten 28 great and ten great great grandchil- dren. Funeral services will be held Friday. August 1973 at p.m. in the Christensen with Bishop Ruedon Selk officiating. Interment will follow in the Archmount Me- morial Gardens. Friends may meet the family prior to the service. No flowers by request. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C1309 NEMETH Passed away in the city on August Mr. Frank Nemeth at the age of 36 beloved husband of Mrs. Magdolna Nemeth of 2409 13th Ave. N. and educated in the late Mr. Nemeth came to Canada in 1957 to Iron Springs area and then in 1962 he came to Lethbridge where he has resided ever since. He was a machinist by trade until ill health in January 1973. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one son two daugh- Elizabeth and Marika all at home and his Mrs. Elizabeth I-Iidegi and one sis- ter in Hungary. Prayers will be said on Friday at 8 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. with Rev. G. Teles officiating. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic with Rev. Father S- J. Molnar officiating. Interment will fol- low in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Friends may pay their re- spects at Martin Bros. MEM- ORIAL 703 13bh St. phone 323-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. C1306 DEATHS WILSON away at Hays on August Gary of beloved husband cf Mrs. Lola Wilson of Taber. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted by HUMPHRIES FU- NERAL Taber. C1311 HANIUK Passed away in the city on August following a lengthy ill- Mrs. Sofia Haniuk at the age of 76 years of the Devon Nursing beloved wife of the late Mr. Anton Haniuk. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. with Rev. Ken Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the family Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice. C1305 FUNERALS FOSS Funeral service was held at for Rasmus R. beloved hus- band of Mrs. Signe Foss of who died there Aug. 13 at the age of 87 years. Mr. Foss took a home- stead at Enchant in 1908 and continued to farm there until when he returned to Nor- way where be has resided since. He is survived by a Mrs. B. Binning of Leth- bridge and several nieces and nephews in Norway and the U.S. PERICH Requiem mass for Mr. Nick native son of and a farmer at Picture Butte for 20 years who died in the city Aug. after a long illness at the age of 69 was said at a.m. Wednesday in St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Pic- ture with Rev. Father Ken the cele- brant. Pallbearers were Mike Luka Ivan and Mike Boras. John Wuku- sich and Morris Sosick. Honor- ary pallbearers were Nick Pre- Tony and Steve Ralph Pete Boras and Matt Riidlich. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Directors of Fu- neral was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS WRIGHT In loving mam- ory of John who pass- ed away August 1953. remembered by his wife Agnes and family. 7821 CUTFORTH In loving memory of Charles who passed away Aug. 1970. They say that time will ease the pain and help us to But so far time has only how much we miss you yet. remembered and sadly missed by his wife son Stan. Geneva and 1 daughter Cheryl and Bill Harrington and family. 7881 Lockers reveal LOS ANGELES search through the lockers of Western Airlines at Los Angeles International Airport led police to a dismantled bomb and a ransom demand for Police began to unravel a chain of dues after a bomb threat was phoned to the airline shortly after midnight and twenty minutes later an alarm was beard ringing in a steel locker. The Los Angeles police de- partment bomb squad rushed to the airport and found an alarm a key and a note instruct- ing them to go to another locker. In the second locker police found a suitcase containing all of the components of a but they had not been set to ex- plode. Police also found a nole de- manding from the air- line. A Western airlines spokesman satd the which was type- demanded the money to reveal where another bomb was located at the terminal. The note also gave instructions how to deliver the ransom money. Auflu.t 1973 THf LETHMIDOE HERALD WANTS SPEEDERS CHECKED No sense in air agreement it's only OTTAWA Air Canada President J. R. Baldwin says there is little sense in Canada's signing a new air agreement with the United States if it is only a on exist- ing accords. He said in an interview that both now engaged in air should ensure the new agreement covers many new air routes. last one was a patch-up he referring to the 1966 settlement. were only three or four adjust- Two other cus- toms preclearance in Canadian airports and American attempts to get easier Canadian air char- ter also be dis- cussed. have always felt that the present agreement is balanced to favor U.S. Mr. Baldwin without elaborat- ing. the other the Americans are tough bargai- ners and want to keep that bal- ance in their He said the main considera- tion should be passenger con- venience. There should be as much non-stop service between as many points in Canada and the U.S. as the passenger traf- fic justified. The Canadian negotiators are understood to be stressing new routes to the U.S. in their pro- posals. American are re- ported to be more interested in the preclearance and charter rules issues. Sources say Canada is press- ing particularly strongly for routes between Vancouver and Los Angeles and between Winni- peg and Chicago. Ottawa is also asking for licks between Cal- gary and Edmonton and U.S. cities. Among routes sought by the U.S. are Vancouver-Honolulu and access tp Alaska through Canada from the continental U.S. One of the bitterest issues is preclearance. Transport Minis- ter Jean Marchand has an- nounced that U.S. customs pre- clearance will end Sept. 10 but Washington wants it continued. Ottawa has argued that pre- clearance works to the advan- tage of U.S. carriers while bam- pering Canadian airlines. Mr. Baldwin said that if Can- ada agrees to continue pre- clearance there must be no dis- crimination against Canadian airlines. Air Canada had problems get- ting preclearance for some flights and the U.S. had agreed to install preclearance facilities at the new terminal at the To- ronto International Airport only at the last minute. He said that Canadian customs preclearance should also be set up at U.S. airports for Canadians returning home. There are no such facilities now. Mr. Marcband has said that if preclearance is it must under fairer conditions. He has suggested customs pre- clearance should be spread to major airports across the coun- try. only Toronto and Montreal have such facilities. 26tli anniversary of independence India marks NEW DELHI Beset by a 20th-century version of the biblical India observes its 26th anniversary as an inde- pendent country today with a absence of rejoicing. The euphoria of when the British pul'ed out. has given way to widespread despon- dency. Prime Minister Indira Gan- the target of mounting crit- has cautioned that the country's multiple crises ara only a and are part of a phenome- But such exhortations have done little to quell discontent growing out cf India's vio- labor price dwindling industrial production and politi- cal instability in the stales. The sombre mood has bean reflected nst only by Mrs. Ganhi's critics but by some of her including Presi- dent V. V. the con- stitutional head of state. is a feeling of frust- ration in everybody's Giri said in a recent interview with a leftst weekly. is a crisis of charac- ter and there is growing divergence between what we say and what we do. Dishonesty and corruption are on the in- Economic problems are not new in impoverished where the per-capita annual in- come is about Predominantly Hindu India has accepted poverty and natu- ral catastrophes in the of- ten blaming them on the foundation of Hindu philosophy. But Indians no longer are so fatalistic or sub- missive and are demanding bet- ter results from their govern- often with demonstrations in the streets. Political commentators blame the current despondency on a I lack cf faith in the national including Mrs. who was re-elected in 1971 on a campaign slogan of Hindi for Persons close to Mrs. Gandhi say she is banking on a good summer monsoon to cure In- dia's economic and political ill- nesses by bringing a good har- vest. So far. the monsoon has been despite its late arrival. But prices remain high and la- bor strife shows no sign of abat- ing. When India celebrated its sil- ver jubilee last Mrs. Gan- dhi greatest achievement is to have survived as a free and democratic na- even that is being ques- tioned. i Commenting on deteriorating law and order in the Giri said in a broadcast Tues- day and lib- erty are cherished right. If they are allowed to degenerate into then the very basis of democratic existence may be Last a Congress party member cf Parliament. Shashi said India needs a pe- riod of limited complete with 40 electric chairs to deal with persons such as food hoarders and black mar- whom he blamed for ruining the economy. TORONTO Tnero no law against speeding on a bi- cycle In Metropolitan Toronto and police think there should be. Deputy Chief John Murray said that some cyclists can reach speeds of 50 and 60 m.p.h. and there is nothing in the Highway Traffic Act to stop them. The limit for cars on most Toronto streets is 30 m.p.h. Pattern 7045 Rotary lieacl lo visit cilv t' The president of Rotary William C. will be in Lethbridge Thursday to meet local Rotarians. Mr. from has besn a Rotarian since 1949. GOAL SET HALIFAX The cam- paign goal for the Halifax-Dart- mouth United Apeal for 1973 is a six-per-cent increase over the amount raised last says Derek gen- eral campaign chairman. The campaign starts Oct. 1. 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