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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuttdiy, 25, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 90 1 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams I 1 Cards Of Thanks OF said leading Tory power struggle TORONTO (CP) An On- elections against Prime tario-led "power struggle" is Minister Trudeau, retires, going on within the A leadership convention i Progressive Conservative expected sometime next year party to name a successor to A fifth prospective candidate retiring party leader Robert Flora MacDonald (Kingstoi Stanfield, Alberta MP Jack and the Islands) did no Homer said today in a televi- appear on the morning televi sion confrontation with three sion program, prospective party leadership Cor ill your biokhot ind bulldozing ntidr Alio Icidlng ind Hinting 345-4655. CARPENTRY ill typti, no too Phone 328-9490 of 327-7181, The family of the late Norman Fox, wish to extend their sincere thanks to relatives and friends who helped us, while he was a patient in Municipal Hospital, especially nurses and doctors on fourth floor. To Rev. Derek Hoskin, for his many visits to solace him. To the pallbearers' and those who attended the services, sent flowers and cards, also all the friends who helped in many other ways. and Vincent Seymour, Anne and Bill Savage, Alice and Owen Dacey Interior, exterior, painting, small carpentry Jobs, roof repairs. Reasonable. Phone Bill 328-9743. HANSEN Peter and Brenda are pleased to announce the arrival of their second child, Card-Ann, 7 Ibs., 7 oz., born February 22, 1975. A sister for Jasen. 1111-26 DEATHS CHRISTENSEN Ella, beloved wife of Mr. Lloyd Christensen of Wrentham, passed away in Taber on Monday, February 24th, 1975. Funeral services will be held in the Taber Stake Chapel on Thursday, February 27th at p.m., with Bishop David Erickson officiating. Interment will follow in the Stirling Cemetery, CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6706 CARLSON (Delmark) -Passed away February 18, 1975, at Bambridge Island, Washington, aged 51 years, Kathleen Carlson Born and educated in Lethbridge, she is survived by her husband, Don; two daughters, Radetta and Janet-ta; her mother, Mrs. John Delmark Sr. one brother Joe. Predeceased in 1973 by her father John Delmark. ROSE Saturday, F'ebruary 22, 1975, Frederick Malcolm E., aged 51 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Betty J. Rose, 228 Oakhampton Place S.W., Calgary, passed away following a lengthy illness. Besides his beloved wife he is also survived by one daughter, Mrs. Les (Barbara) Young, Spokane, Washington; two stepsons, Michael and Larry Loyer, Edmonton; his mother, Mrs. Bessie H. Rose, Calgary and a brother, Robert D. Rose, Lethbridge. He was predeceased by his father Frederick M. Rose in 1953. Cremation. Private Memorial Services were held at the Family Residence Monday, February 24, with Rev. Dr. Nelson R. Mercer officiating. Flowers gratefully declined. If desired contributions may be made to any charitable organization. LEYDEN'S FUNERAL HOMES LTD., Directors of Services. C6704 YOUNIE Passed away in the city on Sunday, February 23, 1975, Mr. John Mavor Younie at the age of 73 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Emilie Younie of 1030 Great Lakes Rd. Born, raised, and educated in Scotland, the late Mr. Younie served with the Sea Forth Highlanders in the First World War. He SOMMERS Caroline, aged 80 years, beloved wife of Orrie Sommers, Champion. Services-in the United Church, Champion, Wednesday, February 26, at 2 p.m., Rev. J. Wood officiating. Interment in the Champion Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. C6711 HETHERINGTON Mrs. Ellen Elizabeth Hetherington, beloved wife of the late Mr. William Hilliard Hetherington, passed away in Ottawa on Sunday, February 23, 1975, at the age of 94 years. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by REARDON'S FUNERAL SERVICE, Taber. C6712 SLABBEKOORN Passed away in the city on Sunday, .February 23; 1975, following a brief illness, Mr. Jan Karl Slabbekoorn at the age of 79 years of 321 3rd Avenue South. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, February 26, 1975, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 -13th St. N., with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral MEMORIAMS KLASSEN, Jacob J. In loving memory of a dear husband, father, and grandfather, who passed away February 23, 1974. Time will go on, but your memory will never fade. His toilworn hands once busy Are folded now in sleep; And o'er his out-worn body The earth lies cold and deep. But the Soul that was his essence, Lives on, and we shall see Him when the Master calls us home For all eternity. remembered and sadly missed by his loving wife, Aganeta, sons, daughters, and their C and J Equipment Construction heaters, oil, propane and natural gas rsales. service and rentals. Backhoes, trencher and loaders. C and J Equipment and Rentals. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING: PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. Custom Homes renovations garages all brick, block and cement work free estimates. South-Alta Construction. Phone 329-0601. 397-1 His claim was described as ''ridiculous" and by Sinclair Stevens Simcoe) and as politically motivated by Joe Clarke (Rocky Mountain) T on the Canadian Television Network (CTV) program Canada AM. Mr. Homer dis- im cussing the future of the Con- (fjD servative party along with tfffa Mr. Stevens, Mr. Clarke and KssS Quebec Conservative Howard Graff ley Mississ- said Toronto advertis- ing executive Dalton Camp is behind the power struggle. Mr. Camp, who orchestrated Mr. Stanfield's rise to power in 1967, has been in Ottawa many times in re- weeks trying to convince Mr. Stanfield to remain in of- (SKS fice as long as possible so a MO suitable eastern-oriented VlpEM replacement for him can be found, said Mr. Horner. ifES The four MPs are among wififi the possible candidates for Ssjpi. Mr. Stanfield's job when the (HSc leader, who took his party fsJRJ through three unsuccessful e-Snugglers! Garage building, stuccoing and cement work. Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. Design Homes, general contractor. Commercial and residential remodelling. Phone 328-9525, or 327-9914. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the many friends and relatives of the late Fred Mellafont for their kindness shown at his passing. Special thanks to Rev. R. Diemert, to Mrs. Diemert and Janet Boney for their solos, to our W. I. members for their cards and flowers, and the thought-fulness of the "Happy Wanderers" of Milk River for food, to Eugene Cody and Elmer O'Donnell for their help. I want to apologize to the pallbearers and friends for not being able to meet with them after the service to thank them personally due to the weather and lateness and to thank Martin Bros. Funeral Home for their kindness and those who donated to the Canadian Cancer Fund. thanks from Sara Howkins, Warner. HANDY MAN SERVICES Serving home and industry. Garbage collection; yards, basements and garages cleaned. Free estimates. Phone 328-4592. Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs. Jim 327-5087. 328-3983, PRESTIGE HOMES AND CONSTR. Phone us for homes and home improvements, garages, rumpus rooms and all cement work. Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 328-0939. Ted Bingham Construction Custom Built Homes additions, rumpus rooms and renovations. Phone 327-3284. MURRAY FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, landscaping, back filling, driveway, corral Cleaning, rototilling. No job too small or too arge. 327-5817. Trenching, plowing, hoeing, installations and supplies. Prairie Ditching PHONE 328-8280 Southern Alberta and had farmed in the Nobleford district until retirement SPIZKY Passed away in Navajo In BOX NUMBER REPLIES 148 146 139 100, 87. 85, 82, 79, 77, 63, 16, TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Monday. March 10, 1975. for the construction of the following work: Highway 45 E. of Myrnam to Saskatchewan Bdy. Mile 25.87 to Mile 37.65 Mile 0.00 to Mile resided until his passing. He was a founding member of the Alberta Wheat Pool, an active member of U.F.A., actively participated in the Sugar Beet industry in its city on Sunday, February 23, 1975, following a brief illness, Mr. Trofim Spizky at the age of 79 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Katherine Spizky of 2307 5th Avenue N. Born and raised in the Ukraine, William Walter War-nock, and uncle Stanley Everett Warnock, who passed away February 23, 1965. agree to meet officials p n Vtf rrtjuX SHIPROCK, N.M. (AP) Wilson Benally of the Office Armed Indians, who seized of Navajo Labor Relations cou ?nd PUBLIC Mile 0.00 to Mile 26.57 Crushing Stockpiling Gravel for Oil Treatment Approximate Quantity: Cubic who helped develop Park Lake. Besides his loving wife he is also survived by Mr. Spizky came to Canada in 1950 to Coaldale. He moved to Lethbridge in 1960, where he had resided until shut down a Fairchild said a meeting of Fairchild INSTANT nnrvrci electronics plant on the Nava- and Navajo officials with the i g jo reservation, agreed to meet AIM group was arranged for two today with tribal and company later today. worsteTand (10 VE NM'N 0 AlHE TENDERS WANTED FOR LANDSCAPING TO HIGHWAYS REPAIR SHOP AND STORAGE DEPOT. AIRDRIE, ALBERTA (G125F) Sealed tenders addressed to the Project Director, Alberta Public Works, Calgary, for the Landscaping of the Highways Repair Shop and Storage Depot, Airdrie. Alberta (G125F) will be received up 2 o'clock P.M. Wednesday, March 19, 1975 at the office of the Project Director, Alberta Public Works, J. J Bowlen Bldg.. 620 7th Ave. SW, Calgary, Alberta. This contract is for the Landscaping of approx mately 26 acres of grassed area with some plant material. Plans, specifications and tender forms may be obtained on application to the Project Director, 'Alberta PuDl c Works, J J Bowlen Bldg., 620 -7th Ave SW, Calgary. Alberta, OR from the Contracts Branch 16th Floor College Plaza, 8215 112 St., Edmonton, Alberta and will be available at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer. Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of the District Engineer, 4020 Bowness Road, N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, and will be available to individuals operating in the Province of. Alberta or to partnerships or corporations registered in the Province of Alberta. A Deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V. E. McCun'e, Deputy Minister of Highways Transport. and Mrs. C. (Jean) Ramage both of Lethbridge; three grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Bella Wilson, Mrs. Jean Rae, Mrs. Margaret MacKenzie all in Scotland; four brothers, Mr. George Mr. James Younie and Mr. Richard Younie all in Scotland and Mr. Alexander Younie in Rhodesia. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, February 26, 1975, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 -13th St. N., with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Interment will follow in the he is also survived by two daughters, Mrs. D. (Olga) Pavlenko of Lethbridge, Katherine in the Ukraine; five grandchildren; two great -grandchildren; one sister in the Ukraine; one brother, Mr. Joe Spizky of Calgary. Prayers will be said at p.m. Tuesday (tonight) February 25, 1975, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. The Funeral Service will be held at a.m. on Wednesday, February 26, 1975, in Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, with Rev. Michael Soykirka In loving memory of a dear friend Doug Lowe, who passed away February 16, 1974. Deep in our hearts your is kept To love, to cherish and never forget, Solemn thoughts true and tender Just to show we still remember. remembered by Betty, Roy and Cindy. 1113 LINDQUIST In loving memory of the best husband, father and grandfather, about a labor dispute An AIM leader, Larry and other grievances. Anderson, said the group's M More than 20 men, identify- demands include reinstate- Ulim s slzes M' L ing themselves as members of ment of 140 Navajos laid off at J the American Indian Move- the plant last week; closure of cash cheaue or ment entered the the Arizona Public Service Co. Artli for _., ITI loq. cdL.li pdiiern lor iirsi-Shiprock plant in the early power plant near Far- rj hours Monday. They released mingtoh; investigation of _ Brooks a security guard after a few alleged mistreatment of In- LeSthbriLe Herald hours, occupied the building dians at Shiprock's U.S. Needlecraft Denartment 60 and closed it to plant Public Health Service Avenue Scaf employees reporting to work. Hospital; and "complete borough Ontario MIT 4P7 No shots were fired and no amnesty to those AIM Q. ..M '7. saies injuries were reported. members who took over the, print pattern PAM member Lorenzo Le- Number' Name' Address' Vlt 1 It valdo of Fruitland sa'd: "We tLfirllCHTnttn don't want to stand here with D t i D i guns. But this is the only way rerteCt r Or Fifty Dollars which will be refunded when plans and specifications are returned to Alberta Public Works, prepaid, complete and in good order not later than Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone Plot Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of passed away February 25, 1970. He who gave us the best of his to the Indian anymore." PRINTED PATTERN Another said they were well on reserve stocked with food from the otherwise the deposit shali be forfeit. Plans and specifications have been placed with Construction Associations in Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Grande Prairie and Peace River 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 Calgary Construction Association. Each General Contractor's tender must be accompanied by (a) certified cheque or bid bond in the amount of or; (b) a certified cheque for an amount of not less than 10% of tender or bid bond in the amount of 10% of tender. Certified cheques are to be made payable to the PROVINCIAL TREASURER. The attention of tenderers is drawn to the "Public Works Page 2, Clause 9, which refers to Forfeiture of Security. The successful tenderer will be required 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 50% Performance Bond. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. Tenders will be opened In public in Room 801, 620 7th Ave. SW, J J Bow en Building, Calgary, Alberta. W. A. B SAUNDERS, P. ENG. DEPUTY MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Friday, March 7, 1 975, for the construction of the following work: Highway 36 Jet. Hwy. 28 to Jet. Hwy. 46 (Lac La Biche) Mile 0.00 to Mile 46.18 Crushing Stockpiling Gravel for Oil Treatment Improvement District No. 18 Lac La Biche Ares Crushing Stockpiling Gravel for Maintenance Branch Approximate Quantity: Cubic Yards Contract and Specifications may be obtained a! the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of the District Engineer, 4020 Bowness Road. N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Engineer, Administration Building. Lethbridge. Alberta, and will be available to individuals operating in the Province of Alberta or to partnerships or corporations registered in the Province of Alberta. A Deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V. E. McCune, Deputy Minister of Highways Transport C6707 HEMMAWAY Richard, of 1031 18th St. S., passed away in the city on Monday, February 24th, 1975 at the age of 83 years. Born in England, Mr. Hemmaway came to Canada as a young man in 1906 and cooked for lumber camps up north. When the C.P.R. opened land for homesteading near Barons, he made a land claim. He was married in 1912 at Barons to Jane Knowles who predeceased him in 1941. Mr. Hemmaway was 'a member of the Barons School Board for 20 years and was also an ardent worker and member of the Lethbridge Alliance Church. In 1945 he was married to Mrs. Ann Beattie, who predeceased him in 1971. Mr. Hemmaway operated his farm at Barons until his retirement in 1958, when he moved to Lethbridge. He leaves to mourn his passing, five sons, Harry of Claresholm, Rowland and Chris of Lethbridge, Ernest of Medicine Hat and Harold of Blackie; two daughters, Mrs. Alice Dorland of Beaverton, Ore. and Mrs. Lilly Jorgenson of Lethbridge; 17 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren; two brothers and one sister In England. Funeral services will be held in the Lethbridge Alliance Church on Thursday, February 27th at p.m., Rev. Daniel Goldsmith officiating. Friends may pay their respects at the CHRISTENSEN CHAPEL on Thursday from a.m. until p.m. Interment for: Mr. Hemmaway will take place in Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Those who wish may donate to The Lethbridge Alliance Church. C6708 BIG THROAT Passed away in the Blood Hospital, Monday, February 24, 1975, Jim Big Throat, age 62 years. Born and raised on the Blood Reserve he ranched and farmed there until his recent illness. He served two terms on the Blood Band Council and had represented the band at negotiations with the Federal Government. He is survived by his wife Isabelle; two sons Roland and Eugene; five daughters, Mrs. F. (Bernice) Fox, Mrs. Verna Eagle Bear, Mrs. Joanne Davis, Mrs. B. (Frances) Little Light, Miss Carrie Big Throat; 21 grandchildren; two great -grandchildren; one brother Pat Weasel Head.- He was predeceased by two sons and three daughters. The funeral service will be held in the Church of the Immaculate Conception St. Mary's School, Thursday, February 27, 1975, at 11 a.m., Rev. J. Regnier officiating. Interment at Standoff Cemetery. A wake service will be held in the church Wednesday, Febraury 26, 1975 from 7 to 9 p.m. Friends who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. Funeral arrangements -by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C6710 IN MEMORIAM GOODRICK In loving memory of Dad, William L. Goodrick, who passed away February 23, 1982. They say memories are golden, Well maybe that is true. But we never wanted memories, We only wanted you. remembered by daughter Babs. cherished our secrets our sorrow our strife. Who taught us to live and taught us to pray Dear One in heaven, God Bless you today Your life was unselfish, for others you Jive Not for what you received but for what you could give Dear God take a message to our dear one above. Tell him we miss him and give him our love. sadly missed by his wife Nora, daughters Ethel and lona and their families. 1078 CARDS OF THANKS MELLAFONT We wish to thank the many friends and neighbors for their kind thoughts, cards and donations during the recent loss of Fred, brother and uncle of Harry Mellafont and family. 998-25 SAKAMOTO We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all our relatives and friends who helped us in so many ways at the sudden loss of our husband and father. The messages of sympathy, visits, floral tributes, food and koden are greatly acknowledged. Thanks to the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's hospital; also to Rev. Izumi, Mr. Fukunaga and all the members of the Taber Buddhist Church for their kindness and help. To the honorary and active pallbearers and to the ladies Who served lunch after the funeral. Special thanks to Reardon's Funeral Service of Taber. Forever grateful. -Amy, Neil, Dwight, Nelson and Michelle Sakamoto. 1112 FE, N.M. (AP) -State Representative Leo Watchman says he doubts con- victed Watergate conspirator John Ehrlichman can do the Indian people of New Mexico much good. Watchman, a Navajo Indian, took the floor of the New Mexico House Monday to criticize Ehrlichman's announced plan to "do penance" on a New Mexico Indian reservation. "We want no part of this said Watchman, a Democrat. "I doubt very seriously that he can do any good for us, especially with the reputation he'has now." Ehrlichman's lawyer has said former president Richard Nixon's chief domestic adviser wants to provide legal assistance for the Eight Northern Pueblos along the Rio Grande in lieu of a jail term. Watchman said Ehrlichman's lawyer had compared the proposed time on the reservation with time in prison, but Watchman said citizens on the reservation "can come and go as they please." Supreme suspends 1 WASHINGTON (AP) -Former White House counsel John Dean Was suspended from the practice of law before the United States Supreme Court today. In a one-paragraph order, the justices also called upon Dean to show cause within 40 days why they should not disbar him. Dean, a one-time aide to former president Richard Nixon, .was instrumental in Watergate police blocked all L access to the plant. No effort ft fitter JM was made to force entry. f The plant's work force of S" jo-aai' I 000 a year ago was reduced by V.v 43 resignations and other attri- y tion factors to about 600. Then it0, the company, citing economic ay'R conditions, laid off 140 workers last week. A com- js pany spokesman said more fa than 95 per cent of the force is Navajo. 1 A Games autos "V-reportedAWL 7 The Winter Games society t is looking for three official vehicles. U "We don't know where they I Vi d said Art Batty, Games r? Q transportation boss, "but we i'- i ill A hope to have it cleared up by Zj r tonight." Mr. Batty said this ?S5 i "H morning that two Games sta- vST! 'li del tion wagons and one van have V been reported to police as missing. He said 110 Games vehicles driving miles during the 13 day Games got involved in two major and eight -minor traffic accidents. 3ourt p. want to Dean and jac through his testimony before Print Senate investigators and in Sizes 1 court. M He pleaded, guilty to one 16, 18, 1 count of conspiracy to Jl.W obstruct justice and served a cash, eh little more than four months Add lit of a one-to four-year sentence, class He was released Jan, 8 from handlinj federal penal facility at Fort 7( sale Holabird, Md. She, N Dean has been disbarred by Numbe a three-judge court in Virginia Adams, and suspended from the prac- Patter lice of law in the District of Progre Columbia. THE FAMILY f RE THE TOPS you turn, pants and skirts real outfits! Save sew easy overblouse ket in carefree blends, id Pattern 4585: 'Half 12'A, 14Vi, 12, 14, !0. for each pattern leque or money order, each pattern for first-mail and special Ont. residents add B tax. Print plainly Addreii, Style r. Send to Anne Lethbridge Herald, i Department, 60 ss Avenue, Scar-, Ontario, MIT 4P7. "Daddy, how old 'were you when you were my ;