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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Dtcvmtwr 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF LONA MAY late ol the Town of Vaux- hall. In the Province of who died on the 17th day of A.O. 1973 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above must file with the undersign- ed Solicitors by the 26th day of A.D a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. HIGA AND WOOD Barristers and Solicitors 519 7th Street South Alberta Solicitors for the HUBERT RAYMOND HIGDON and JOHN RALPH HIGDON D39 Liberia SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A M on January 1974 lor the construction ol the following work. Gravel and Other Work- Highway 58A W of Ft Vermilion to N of the Peace River Mile 1 50 to Mile 6 98 Approximate Quantities Cubic Yards Excavation Cubic yards Gravel from Crushed Stockpile Cubic Yard Mile Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Highways Alta the office of the District 4020 Bowness N W Alber- and the office of the District Administration and will be available only to individuals registered and operating in the Province of or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business m the Province of Alberta A Deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Provincial will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications and for grading profiles will be supplied upon a further deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to of Tender Tenders will be opened m public The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted V E Deputy Minister of Highways Transport D45 xllbcrta GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA TENDERS WANTED FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ALBERTA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD SELF SERVICE FORT ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to the Contracts Branch Alberta Public Works for Construc- tion of Alberta Liquor Control Board Self Service Fort will be received up to 2 o'clock P M January at Contracts Alberta Public 16th College 6215-112 Ed- Alberta T6G 5A9 specifications and tender forms may be obtained on applica- tion to the Contracts Alberta Public 16th College 8215-112 and will be available to General Mechanical Electrical Sub-trades on deposit of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS which will be refunded when plans and specifications are returned to Alberta Public Works com- plete and In good order not later than fourteen days after closing date Ol tenders otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit Plans and specifications have been placed with Construction Associations In Edmon- Red Lethbrldge and Medicine for the use of sub- trades Sub-trade contractors and subs to sub-trade contractors as listed therein shall bid according to the rules and regulations of the Alberta Bid Depository and through the Lethbrldge Construction Association Each general contractor's tender must be accompanied by a cer- tified cheque or bid bond in the amount of 00 OR a cer- tified cheque for an amount of not less than of tender or bid bond In the amount of of tender Cer- tified cheques are to be made payable to the Provincial Treasurer The attention of tenderers Is drawn to the Works Page Clause which refers to Forfeiture of Security The successful tenderer will be re- quired to provide a certified cheque or negotiable or properly assigned Government of Canada or Alberta Provincial Government Bonds for Ten Per Cent of the contract or a Performance Bond THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED Tenders will be opened in public in the Alberta Public Works Conference 16th College Ed- monton W A B P ENG DEPUTY MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS D34 Edmonton walk won't be scrapped EDMONTON Proceeds from the city's miles for millions walk took another nose-dive this year but there are no plans to scrap the annual says Dr J. Donovan Ross. Dr Edmonton and District International Aid Society made the comment as cheques totalling were handed to representatives from 14 inter- national relief agencies The total was less than in 1972 when the walk raised About people participated in this year's walk compared with in 1972 In the first year of the 26-mile marchers raised but the follow- ing year walkers raised In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks 1 8 BIRTH STICKEL Lloyd and Judy are pleased to announce the birth of a baby Sheyna December 6 Ibs. 11 oz. Proud grandparents are Mrs. Maude Danielson and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stickel. 5675 DEATHS COLEMAN Yard passed away in Cardston on December 1973 at the age of 57 beloved husband of Mrs Hazel Coleman of Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD Cardston. Directors of Funeral Service C6017 GVOZDENOVICH-Passed away in the city on December 1973 Mrs. Nnra Gvozdenovich at the age of 62 beloved wife of Mr Nick Gvozdenovich of 1311 -13 Ave S The funeral service will be held on Saturday at 9 a.m in the Holy Trinity Ukrainian Greek Orthodox with Father Michael Sokyrka officiating Prayers will be said on Friday at 7 30 p m in Martin Bros MEMORIAL 703 13 St N Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS LTD Direc- tors ol Funeral Service C6019 VAN DEURZEN Passed away in the city on December following a lengthy Miss Maria Huberta Van Deurzen at the age of 32 years of Lethbndge Prayers will be said on Friday at 7 p.m in Martin Bros TRADITIONAL 812 3Avenue S. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at 11 am in Assumption with the Basilian Fathers officiating Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section. Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of Funeral Service C6020 KARK passed away in the December at the age of 72 beloved husband of the late Annie Kark of Lethbndge. He was born in Nyircholy Szat- mar April 18.1901 and came to Canada in where he worked for the C P R at Chin until 1945. He then farmed at Barnwell until retiring to Lethbndge in 1967 He was predeceased by his Annie in and two Julius in 1931 and Joseph in 1934 He leaves to mourn his passing two Mrs James Maxim of Calgary and Mrs. Alex Onody of Bow Island and four grandsons Also three John and Gabriel all in Hungary Re- quiern Mass will be Celebrated on December 1973 at a m. in St Basil's Catholic with Father C J. Lyons of Calgary as Celebrant Prayers will be said December 1973 at 7 30 p m in the Christensen Chapel CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral C6018 VANONI beloved wife of Giulio Vanoni of Blair- more passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Tues Nov 11. 1973 at age 77 vears. Born in Province of Varese. Italy on Julv 6. 1896 the late Mrs Vanoni came to Canada in November 1920. settling in the Crowsnest Pass area where she has resided since She married her husband Giulio on November 7. several days after her arrival in the Crbwsnest Pass She was predeceased by her one brother and one Mster in Italy besides her loving husband are one daughter. Mrs A De Luca. three all in Edmon- one brother and one sister all in Italy Prayers will be said in St. Anne's Catholic Friday p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Anne's Catholic Church Satur- Dec. at with Rev. Father Tim Connol- ly celebrant. Interment will follow in Blairmore Catholic Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPELS is in charge. In lieu of persons may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Dr. Aeilio Memorial Fund. DEATHS HARVEY Passed away in the city on Decemeber Mrs. Alice Harvey at the age of 99 previously of 618 6th Avenue beloved wife of Mr. William Henry Harvey. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD Direc- tors of Funeral Service C6021 TENNANT In loving memory of our dear mother Janet Weir Tennant who pass- ed away December and our dear father James Tennant who passed away February 1937. remembered by the family 5680 PASKUSKI In loving memory of our Leceria and Nestor who passed away December 1969 and November 1968 Gone but not forgotten. Ever remembered by your sons and family and Jeanne George and Wanda Roy and Vera and grandchildren 5678 KARL In memory 01 Adolph who passed away December 1972. Our hearts still ache with Our secret tears still For what it meant to lose No one will ever know Though absent you are always Still still still very dear. 5679 CARDS OF THANKS STICKEL I would like to express my sincere thanks to the nurses and staff of the Municipal Hospital mater- nity for the excellent care and attention I received during my recent stay. Mrs. Judy Stickel 5676 KERGAN Mrs Annie Kergan wishes to thank her many friends and relatives for the visits and numerous acts of since she has been in the hospital Special thanks to the UCW of First United Church and to the staff of the Auxiliary Hospital. She also takes this opportunity to extend joyous greetings for Christmas and a Happy New Year. Annie Kergan Auxiliary Hospital 5677-14 Christmas Cards ERICKSON -1 send Chnst- mas and New Year's greetings to all my family and Friends Enckson 5716 Hydro firm to purchase B.C. coal VICTORIA Ontario Hydro has agreed to purchase tons of thermo coal from British Columbia in mines minister Leo Nimsick accounced today. The purchase will be made through Byron Creek Collieries of Alta he and the coal will be mined from the Corbin coal fields in the East Kootenay area of B.C. Mr Nimsick said this will just be a trial shipment but if it is satisfactory and turns into a long-term contract is welcome news for the East because it means more jobs and more business for the area This was the first time to his knowledge that eastern Canada had shown an interest in B.C. he may be an indication of what WP mav exoect in the future Greeks to release Tories promise fight on energy legislation all disturbers ATHENS The education ministry announced today that all persons involved in last month's student distur- bances will be released im- mediately About 300 mostly students and construction were arrested in the disorders The detainees had been held at military camps since the student occupation ol the Athens Polytechnic In- stitute ended in bloody street noting The government said 13 per- sons were killed and hundreds injured in the which culminated in a military coup that toppled the regime of President George Papadopoulos The announcement came amid rumors in the capital that the students were prepar- ing to defy martial law and hold a memorial service on the campus of the Polytechnic next Monday The atmosphere on the cam- pus of the near one of the city's main has been tense since school reopened. Many students circulated in the school wearing black arm bands as a sign of mourning for those killed by police in the Nov 17 riots Hundreds of riot police were on 24-hour alert in case stu- dent unrest rose to the surface again OTTAWA A tough tight against the government's proposed energy which might keep the Commons busy right through the Christmas was promisd today by Conservative House Leader Tom Bell We think there's something m this that the public shouldn't like and we're prepared to move on he said in an interview. Whether it means sitting over or coming back early in 1 don't know at the moment The decision to take a strong stand was made at a caucus meeting Wednesday and there is every indication thai the Conservatives will keep the bill alive until a lederai-provincial conference in late January. Mr Bell John- was speaking about the government's energy allocation which would establish a board that might impose mandatory petroleum allocation if the cabinet decides the energy shortage has reached crisis proportions don't like this We don't think there's that much ol a crisis and we think the A NEW 13-MAN CREW OF U.S. sailors and civilian scientists arrives at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica to handle the station during summer operations. They relieved a 22-man research group that had been isolated at the geographic bottom of the world since February. government's grabbing very- extensive powers completely united on that and and civil rights people and everybody in and out ol the oil industry What will happen is a parliamentary obstacle formed by members who decide to speak at length on the bill Mr Bell said that while the bill mainly is it might affect every member's constituency. He was critical of the government for introducing the bill Dec 3. which left less than two weeks of debating time before Christmas MPs were hoping to get out of the House bv Dec 21 It is customary for govern- ments to bring in a package of bills shortly before a recess in the hope that members will give them quick approval Every government tries this Mr Bell said I don t reallv criticize them for that he the bill was too important to be shoveled through in a hurry The government should not have thought that we could get a bill ol this magnitude through next because there must be some hearings m committee on it The Conservatives general- have avoided using the word filibuster but they have indicated it will be at least Jan 22 before the bill is passed INCREASE IN EDUCATION In the last the in- crease in the number of teach- ers and students in Canada has been 70 per cent and 50 per cent respectively Kohoutek brighter says Skylab crew Psychiatrist must pay HOUSTON Skylab 3's astronauts reported today the comet Kohoutek is grow- ing brighter and that with the naked eye they could see a tail more than five million miles long Kohoutek is significantly brighter and it's got a really signiticant tail now.' reported William Pogue as he snapped one ot several daily photo- graphs of the comet from the orbiting station He estimated the length of the tail at between five million and six million miles Pogue and his crewmates Gerald Carr and Edward Gib- son plan extensive photography and observation ol Kohoutek as it sweeps toward a loop around the sun Dec 2 Carr and Pogue plan space walks on Christmas Day and on Dec 29 to photograph it with an ultraviolet camera. Kohoutek now is faintly vis- ible from earth with binoculars before dawn in the' southeast sky. But the best ground observations will come in early January as Kohoutek heads away from the sun back into deep space Many scientists now are saving it will not be as bright as tirst but should still provide a spectacular show as its tail streams out more than 500 million miles. The m the 28th dav ol their planned 84-day planned a full day of medical and science ex- periments MONTREAL A Superior Court judge ordered a Montreal psychiatrist to pay in damages here Wednesday to the family of a mental patient who drowned in nearby Riviere des Prairies tive vears ago after escaping trom a general hospital Mr Justice Claude Vellerand found Dr Robert Genest negligent for not recognizing that preventive detention was in the case of patient Bertrand who suffered from schizophrenia Dr Genest testified that the patient was admitted in March. 1968 to Hospital La Visitation for tests and medication Several davs Mr Ber- geron was permitted to return home lor the weekend After a violent attack on his wife while at home Mr Bergeron was returned to hospital where Dr Genest gave instructions for nurses to monitor his conduct No orders were given for anv special surveillance The patient escaped from the hospital and was later seen walking on the melting ice ol the river White House aides blamed for news leaks COLLEGE PARK. Md Attorney George Beall says some of the news leaks about the grand jury investigation of Spiro Agnew probably came from aides to President Nixon Beall. who directed the Ag- new says he also believes some of the leaks came from the former vice-president's own because of friendships between reporters and Agnew aides were un- questionably leaks from the White House. Beall said Wednesday I have to think the information to the press came from the vice- president's office He made the comments dur- ing a speech to chapters of Sigma Delta a national- journalism society Beall said he was sure as I possibly can be that my own staff leaked to the press. Beall said White House leaks could have been part of a plant to press Agnew into resigning from the vice- presidency IT'S AN the instrument seamen used for charting a course by the stars in the pre-scxtant days. Holding it in is Curt slate conservator. The instrument was taken from a Spanish galleon believed sunk in 1622 DOUBLE DISTILLED CANADIAN WHISKY TASTES LIKE IT SHOULD COST MORE... BECAUSE IT'S DOUBLE DISTILLED t 1 1 DOUBLE DISTILLED ;