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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26-THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD July 1974 PUBLIC NOTICES FOR SALE Alberta Wheat Pool. oMers sale by the property and single storey live room dwelling at Barons. The sale Is for and information and forms for submitting a Tender may be obtained from the Pool Manager at Barons. Tenders will be accepted up to July 30th. 1974 and these should be forwarded to' The Treasurer Alberta Wheat Pool Box 2700 CALGARif. Alberta The or any bid. not necessarily accepted B36 COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 ALBERTA Written applications will be received by the undersigned 4 30 p m on Tuesday August 6. 1974 lor Contractor for caretakmg services at the Conquerville School Please include the names of three references and their addresses in letter of application. Remuneration at rate of 19 per month with duties as per con'ract for caretakmg services For further details contact the undersigned at 367-3530 or Frank Romeike at 832- 2334 Duties to commence August 26 1974 Roy R Wallrran Country Administrator County of Forty Mile No. 8 Foremost. Alberta B44 NOTICE TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE Notice is hereby given that the town ol Picture Butte proposes to pass a bylaw to close a lane for the purpose of mcorpora'ion within scheme in accordance wuh Section 175 of Municipal Government Chapter 246 Statutes of Alberta 1 thai portion of lane lying to the north of lot 10. Block 20. Plan 1239JK C2 All that portion of lane lying to the north of lot Block 21. Plan 1239JK The plan of the proposed reploltmg scheme affecting the proposed bylaw may oe inspected at the town ot fice duung normal business hourr Any person wishing to mane representation regarding the proposed bylaw must signify Iheir intent to the Town Secretary not later than July by 5 p m Earl Town of Picture Butte B12 INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed tenders are invited from general contractors for the construc- tion of the Harry Veiner Memorial Medicine Hat Alberta The building is 292 feet x 52 one storey frame brick and is to house the day care facilities m coniunction with a Senior citizens' recreation facility Tenders will be received up 10 2 p m Wednesday. July 31st 1974 at the of- fice of Stan Wilkinson. Purchasing Agent for the City of Medicine Hat in the City at which lime tenders will be opened publicly Tender documents are available to general contractors upon deposit of a certified cheque in the amount of S50 made payable to Ihe Hutchirison LeBlond Architects Ltd. 116A 8th Ave S.E Alberta Cheques will be returned upon receipt of tender documents in good condition within 14 days after tender closing Copies of tender documents are available to sub contractors at the Medicine Hal Calgary. Red Deer and Edmonton Construc- Ifon Associations The owner reserves the right to the lowest or any tender B46 In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Provincial Court judges may return to school Official status is money to Socreds Regional Expansion Economic Econoenique Expansion Regionate PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION TENDER RAW WATER PUMPHOUSE FIRE PUMPS AND WATER TREATMENT PLANT MODIFICATIONS Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until p.m local Regma time. August 1974 for the City of Contract Raw Water Fire Pumps and Water Treatment Plant Modifications The site ol the work is located in the City of Saskatchewan- Alberta The work consists of the supply of all services and materials for the following- Raw Water Purnp- house construction of a raw jvater pumphouse complete with pumps and associated interior and exterior Fire Pump driven fire pumps to be installed at the Water Treatment Plant and the West Reservoir and Water Treatment Plant of an dander new instrumentation and pump installation and associated interior and exterior piping changes. The work of this contract shall be completed by May 1975 The plans and spedifications may be viewed in the Prince Red Deer and Lloydmmster offices of the local Builders' Exchange or Construction Associations instructions and forms for bidding may be obtained from the undersigned at his office m Regma. upon deposit of twenty-five dollars cash or a certified cheque for the puyauie lu me neceiver General for which deposit will be redeemable upon the return of Ihe plans and specifications in good order within one month after tenders have closed. Tenders will not be considered unless made on the form supplied and in accordance with instructions supplied with the specifications. Tenders must be accompanied by security in the amount and form specified in the instructions. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By Order W. M. Berry Chief Engineer. PFRA 401 Motherwell Building Regma. Saskatchewan S4P OR5 B41 Secretary is MLS queen A Lethbridge woman has been chosen as the 1974 Multiple Listing Service it was announced Wednesday. Mrs. Valerie an employee of Key Realty and Insurance and a resident of Lethbridge for more than three was one of five candidates for queen. DEATHS SKRETTING Passed away at Taber on July 1974 Erik of Vauxhall at the age of 82 years. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Vauxhall on July 13th at 1 p.m.. with Rev. Linden Dressier officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Vaux- hall Cemetery. In lieu of donations to the Cancer Oddies Taber appreciated. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL in charge of arrangements. C262 ANDERSON July Rosa aged 88 beloved mother of one daughter. Mrs. Audry Thomp- two Earland. and High River. Services at the Bethal Lutheran July 13 at p m The Rev Greg Saar of- ficiating. Interment Vulcan Cemetery. VULCAN Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. In lieu of if friends donations may De made to the Bethal Lutheran Church. Vulcan. C263 O'BRIEN Passed away suddenly in Calgary on July Miss Laurie Diane O'Brien at the age of 18 beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs. G. Dale O'Brien of 1014 15th St. S. The funeral service was held at p.m. on Saturday. July 1974 in McKillop United with Rev Katherine Hurlburt of- ficiating. Interment followed in the Family Mountain View Cemetery. Pallbearers Randy Olafson. Rod Jim Carey Jack Keith Yamauchi Honorary Pallbearers were' Rick Nick Bill Rob Warburton. Memorial Book Attendants Pamela Yvonne Mishel Grisak. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service C238 away on July Mary Thiessen of Vauxhall at the age qf 66 years. Born at Orloff October 1907. She came to Winnipeg in married at Sask. in moved to southern Alberta and resided at various centres before moving to Vauxhall in where she has resided until her passing. husband Dietrich of one three Mrs. Edith Mrs Elvera and Mrs. Evelyn six grandchildren. Funeral ser- vices will be conducted from the Vauxhall Mennonite Brethren Church on July at with Rev. Henry Unruh officiating. Interment will follow in the Church Vauxahll. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements. C266 BLOCK Passed away in the city on July following a lengthy ill- Mr. Viggo Block at the age of 78 years of 1712 2nd Ave. beloved husband of Mrs. Agny Block. Born in the late Mr. Block came to Canada in 1930 and settled in the Brooks dis- trict. He served with the Canadian Army in Italy and Europe during the Second World War. After discharge from the Army he farmed at Patricia and moved to Lethbridge in where he was employed as a com- missioner at the Airport. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one Mr. Jens Block of one Mrs. Anna Glud Jensen in Den- three Mr. Jens Block of Mr. Aage Block of Mr. Hans Block of Fort B.C. He was predeceased by two sons. A Memorial Service will held at p.m. on July 1974 in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Ave. with Rev. W. Gartke of- ficiating. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361. CMS DEATH WHITEMAN Leonard beloved son of Mrs. Ruth Whiteman of Fort Qu'Appelle passed away in Lethbridge on Mon- July 1974 at the age of 17 years. Remains were forwarded to Fort Qu'Appelle for services and interment. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd Directors of funeral service. C264 IN MEMORIAM KIZEMA In loving memory of my dear husband William who passed away July 1973. Memories can be such beautiful ethereal as butterflies Bits of bright part of you and me Built of our thoughts so lovely and Each one a blessing deep in my Each an experience having its For love's like a like a glimmering That shines through the darkness wherever you It fills the gray with golden And leaves the soul brilliant in lovelier Life can hold nothing more Than loves sweet memories lingering Your memory is my from which I'll never As times goes by memories as near and dear as yesterday you're always so missed and so very dear. remembered by your loving Helen. 4769 CARDS OF THANKS POTOCNJAK We would like to thank all those who were so kind during our dad's a thank you to the nurses and staff of the St. Michael's Hospital 1st floor and the doctor. Your thought- fulness is truly appreciated. Potocnjak family 7500 BRANDVOLD We would like to express our sincere appreciation to those many neighbors and relatives for the many acts of kindness in the recent loss of our beloved grandfather and great Mr. Lenny Brand void. Special thanks to the Rev. W. the doctor and staff of Little Bow the doctor and staff of Foothills Martin Bros. Funeral Lethbridge. Special thanks to Georgia Ruth Schumaker and ladies who served the lunch in the church at Carmangay. God bless you all. Brandvold Nathe and family Brandvold and family Brandvold and family 7499 Drug ring members sentenced MARSEILLES Thirty members of a French drug ring were sentenced today to up to 18 years in prison for their roles in smuggling a ton of heroin to the United States. The one of a series that inspired the film The French involved an estimated million worth of the drug. The heaviest 18 was given to a convicted organizer of the Corsican Jean Baptiste 53. The court was told Croce helped finance 10 shipments of heroin to the United States. The drugs were said to have been mainly hidden in cars entering the United States from Canada and Spain. Joseph a second ring-leader who has so far eluded also received a sentence of 18 in his absence. A program for the continu- ing education of provincial court judges is long overdue and says a Lethbridge provincial recently returned from a meeting of provincial court judges in Winnipeg. Commenting on a resolution of the Canadian Association of Provincial Court Judges to start such a Provin- cial Judge George Lynch- Staunton law reflects the standards by which people live when the standards law in general changes sooner or later. should keep abreast of he added. An example of society changing its attitude is drug- related offences. A few years ago they were harshly treated in courts. there's been a change in peoples' way of thinking about drugs and drug Judge Lynch- Staunton said. People don't look on drug offences as being as serious as they used to. This has been reflected in the courts. In the past a person might receive a jail sentence for possession of marijuana. Now he receives a fine. This change is not only reflected by judges but also by government. society has tended to take a much more serious attitude towards drinking and driving. This also has been reflected in courts with much stiffer penalties for drinking he says. A continuing education program would allow judges to keep on top of these changes. The CAPCJ could organize seminars and sym- posiums where experts would explain changes. These seminars could be held in conjunction with provincial judges' associations. The provincial association could send a delegation to for a seminar and then return and brief judges in their respec- tive provinces on what they learned. Educational leaves might be another way for judges to con- tinue their education and keep up with changes. A second major item on the conference agenda was es- tablishing research projects into matters such as senten- cing. Provincial judges deal with about 95 per cent of the criminal cases in and one of the group's aims is to ensure that accused persons are treated uniformly throughout the country. Judge Lynch-Staunton says one of the most difficult things about being a judge is senten- cing. sentencing doesn't mean how much of a fine or how much A judge has to take into consideration the social the deterrent effect and the effect on the ac- cused when sentencing. Sometimes a heavy sentence is the best thing and sometimes no sentence would be the best thing. Perhaps a study could be undertaken to set down some guidelines for Provincial Judge Lynch-Staunton says. These would be general guidelines that would still leave room for judicial dis- cretion. The option of impos- ing a stiff or a light sentence is very important. For the judge said there should be a different sentence for a person con- victed for a first-offence charge of possession of mari- juana and a person who has been convicted five previous times for the offence. Because of different at- titudes throughout the country there is disparity of senten- cing. General guidelines would be he said. Lethbridge scientist elected Lethbridge scientist W. E. Torfason has been elected chairman of the Great Plains Section of the American Society of Horticultural Science. Dr. Torfason was named to the post without opposition at the group's 49th annual meeting at the Lethbridge Research Station Thursday. NO MAGNETIC PULL A compass placed at the earth's north or south magnetic poles experiences no directive force. good the same prin- ciples for sentencing are adhered to across the country. accused should be treated just as fairly in Halifax as Judge Lynch-Staunton said all judges should visit provin- cial jails and penitentiaries to get an idea where they are sending people. He says he's been to several jails but hasn't had the chance to visit a penitentiary. He was appointed a judge last Oc- tober. OTTAWA Why would the leader of the French- speaking Social Credit party suggest he might invite an English-speaking MP known mainly for his opposition to the Official Languages Act to join his Real Caouette has made just such a suggestion about Leonard newly-elected independent member for and the reason is fairly clear. With 11 members elected July Social Credit is one MP shy of the number that would have been sufficient to get recognition as an official party in the last Parliament. The party had 15 members in the last House and official status. A tally of 12 members for his party would get Mr. Caouette a personal salary bonus and recognition of Social Credit as an official group would bring other benefits. Mr. Jones has said he has no plans to align himself with any and chances of an alignment of the former mayor with Social Credit seem slight even if he was invited to join. Mr. Caouette said Tuesday an invitation would be made only if his party deems it necessary and Mr. Jones would be invited to speak French. If Social Credit wins the Quebec seat of Drummond after a recount of such a situation likely would not arise. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Use Classified Ads For Fast Results Phone 3284411 FIBERGLASS WORKER and JOURNEYMAN STEAMFITTER CLASS T.Q. OR required by North Western Pulp Power Ltd. ALBERTA Good working conditions and advanced employee benefit plans available Hinton is a modern growing fifteen miles from Jasper Park Easl with good schools and nosonai facilities Submit confidential applications to Industrial Relations North Western Pulp Power Alberta. TOE 1BO LOBLAW Require fully qualified Ail-Round Bakery Managers and Cake Decorators for full-time positions in new In-Store Bakeries located in Edmonton and Calgary. Excellent wages and full group benefits. Please give full details including previous telephone number and- city preferred to the Mr. Mac McKenzie 1845 14th A venue Alberta Successful applicants will be contacted for a personal interview in Edmonton and Calgary. AREA REP Livestock Equipment Distributor requires im- mediately an area rep. for a high producing area in Southern Alberta. For des- and selling specialized livestock equip- ment lines. Successful applicant will be self mature and a good communicator. Agricultural background and a successful sales record necessary. Agricultural degree will be an asset. Responsibilities include con- tacting dealers and large livestock producers. Excellent enumeration in the form of Salary Commission and Bonuses. Apply in own hand- writing with complete resume. Interview will be arranged. Box Lethbridge Herald THE BANFF SCHOOL DISTRICT BANFF NATIONAL PARK RECREATION DEPARTMENT ban an Immediate opening for A DIRECTOR OF RECREATION Responsible for the general administration of the Recreation which includes curling hockey Playgrounds and recreation Continuing Arts Crafts and development of plans to construct an Indoor swimming pool. Recreation degree or College training with at least 3 years full time related experience. Demonstrated ability to lead and generate enthusiasm. Depending on professional qualifications and ex- perience. Forward applications with resume j. Sacrttary-Traaaurar Banff School District No. 102 p.O. Box 748 Alberta TOL OCO HELP COCKTAIL HOSTESSES ALSO COCKTAIL MIXERS Experience preferred but not essential. We will train you on the job. THE ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE 1251 3rd Avenue Lethbridge Mannix Co. Ltd. will require the following experienced persons for employment in the Coleman LOADER OPERATORS DOZER OPERATORS DRIVERS FOR OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCKS These persons must join the owner's union. Interested persons should contact Mr. Emerson Brown at Canada Manpower Blairmore. He will arrange interviews for July 15th in Blair- more. A company representative will be present. Youthful mature individuals interested in pur- suing a career in Calgary in the retail food industry with Canada Safeway Limited. Present salary range per hour. Excellent benefit program. Apply in writing or in person PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED 535 10th Ave. Calgary T2P 2J4 RECEPTIONIST-STENOGRAPHER A new branch of the Alberta Opportunity Company is opening in Lethbridge and requires a effective August 1974. Duties will include typing of financial statements and statistical re- ceptionist duties and other general office duties. Successful applicant will be a personable individual who enjoys meeting the public and is also a competent typist. Experience preferred. Shorthand an but not essential. Salary will be determined by qualifications and experience. P'ease send resume to Mr. John D. Alberta Opportunity P.O. Box Alberta. METRO-CALGARY AND RURAL GENERAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT NO. 93 HOLY CROSS HOSPITAL ROCKYVIEW HOSPITAL HOLY CROSS SCHOOL OF NURSING PERSONNEL OFFICER Reporting to the this position will assume responsibility for i number of the department's per- sonnel functions including supervisory employee position control and employee assessment. Supervisory strength and previous experience in employment procedures and training programs. Hospital experience and successful completion of a recognized Personnel Administration program desirable. Salary commensurate with qualifications and ex- perience. Forward complete resume including quali- date available and salary ex- pected by 17 1974. DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL HOSPITAL DISTRICT NO. 93 6712 Fishar S.C. Albarta. T2H2A7 ;