Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
26 LETHBRIOGE HERALD July 1974 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 3 000 sq It downtown commercial space Phone 328-1520 or 328- 5309 3158-tf Service Station on 150x125. located at corner of 9th St and 2nd Ave S Lethbridge Phone 327-5716 8 a m -3 p m pull price S55 000 cash to balance at C9518-W For Sale by in the East Kootenays Well establisheo coin laundry with or without property and building. No tnflers For information write Box 148. Herald 5150-27H Tabor Magazine and candy shop do- ing a fantastic business Can be a great opportunity for a wife Good location For further details Call Alvina Everett. Strmgam Property Sales Phone 328-6161 or 327- 2025 C252-H RESTAURANT FOR LEASE Located Jet Hy 3 near Pincher Alberta For complete details contact R T. Strand. Union Oil Company of Canada Ltd 335 8 Ave S W. Calgary. Alberta or phone 268-0330 8030-26 CONTRACTS Cement Work Specializing in large' foundations and floors Will go out of town Phone 327-5981. 7639-26 PUBLIC DEVELOPMENT CONTROL BYLAW NO. 2887 The following application for a development permit has been approved by the Development Of- DC JH H Homes to con- struct a single family residence at 153 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 statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the office Of the City Clerk in the City Hall not later than. July 1974. July 1974 T Kanashiro Development Officer B79 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7lli St S -328-5548 C5216-H SCHWARTZ Agencies Limited College Mall 328-3331 The widest facility available We consider all types of mortgage loans loans C309-20 MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave South 328-3251 C775S tf SECOND MORTGAGES Rales as low as Simple Interest Cash available now Up to S1GOOO No bonuses or hidden charges Pay off at anytime No prepayment penalty Enquiries Welcome HOUSEHOLD REALTY Corporation Limited HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Corporal on of Canada 506 4th Avenue South Lethbridge Phone 327-15il B1 90 CONTRACTS Complete framing and drywall estimates. 327-6241 Harold Design Homes 7810-30 mny. etc Jorgen- sen Construction Ltd. 329- 3333 C164-6AU Do all types odd junk hauled painting and repairs large or small Phone Bill. 328-0002 7890-24 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND1 DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING 326-5745 C1936-H D CONSTRUCTION Framing basements Phone Vmce. 327-1332. 7545-25 Fred Sterner cement old basements water proofing In- sured Phone 327-8286 462-tf Do all construction New. remodel and repair Estimates Phone 328- 3858 7704-29 FRONT-END LOADER AND TRUCK DIG TOP SOIL AND FILL DIRT 328-7692 4973-tf R AND K CONSTRUCTION Cement contractors floors Estimates Days 328-1468 evenings Or 327-2983. 4304-tl ORYWALL FINISHING AND STIPPLETONE FREE ESTIMATES PHONE AFTER 5 p M 79M-20 Garage cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-tf house painting and ail repairs Phone Ben 327-3606 17-tT Fifteen ft backhoe and loader hourly rates or by contract Phone U9bb4-tt Qualified Custom Painters concrete houses etc. Phone collect. 752-3796. Raymond 9507-tl Fences built. cuilding Concrete patios.' chimneys all repairs Jim 3281 3983 7799-tf Contracior all lay stone laying sidewalks driveways cement finishing in house small lobs accepted. 328-0266. 329- 4678 4099-tl ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The following applications for development permits have beer approved by the Development Of ficer Wirzba Brothers to re locate home occupation at 333 28th Street South as general contracto and Office Handy-Man Services to establish a home occupation and office at 1819 6th Avenue A North for disposal trucking business Any person affected the saic decision may appeal such decision lo the Development Appeal Board b' delivering either personally or b' Registered Mail statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the office of the City Clerk m the City Hall no later than July I974 DATE July 18 1974 T Kanashiro Development Officer B80 In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Fire commissioner calls for charges BIRTHS YANOSIK Rita and Danny are pleased to an- nounce the birth of a Lana 5 Ibs. DEATHS PENNINGTON Passed away in the city July at the age of 70 Mr. Arthur July 1974. beloved husband of Mrs. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Agnes of the and Mr Peter Yanosik and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Freeman. Insured. 7995 FERBY Darren checked into the Municipal Hospital July 1974 a.m. weighing 7 Ibs. 3 oz. A son for Bill and Sharon and brother for Shauna and Ryan. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. Ferby and Mr. and Mrs. K. Hudson. 7915-20 ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT INVITATION TENDER Sealed Tenders for the construction of approximately 3 miles of North East Lateral and sub-lateral cana relocations. miles of concrete canal lining and appurtenant struc- tures located approximately three miles east of wil be received at the office of the Irriga- tion District up to 1030 loca time August 9 1974 The work in- cludes approximately 200.000 cubic yards of common 30 000 cubic yards of compacted em- bankment installation of approx- imately 9 300 feet of slip-form con- crete canal lining and various prefabancaled structures Security will be required Copies of the draw- ing and specifications may be obtain- ed from the Irrigation District or from the office of Keith Consulting Engineers upon deposit of S25 00 by made payable to the Boarc of Directors The aBoard reserves the right to reject any or'all tenders The Board of Directors The St Mary River Irrigation District Alberta Keith Consulting Engineers Ste G. 433 Holiday Village Lethbridge. Alberta B73 TENDER REMOVALOF TELEPHONE PLANT Sealed Tenders marked No are invited but must be received at the office of the General Alberta Government 10020 100th Street. 31st Floor. Alberta T5J not later than 2 00 p m Local August 1974 for Vulcan. Alberta Project 4843 800951 for the removal and stockpiling of M T C plant consisting of approximately 6656 393 crossarms and 677 circuit miles of line wire. 801214 for the removal and stockpiling of A G T plant consisting of approximately M circuit miles of line wire. 11029 feet of wire Rural 624 poles and 2595 crossarms Completion dale shall be September 1974 Bid Sets may be obtained from the office of the Supervisor Contract Ad- Alberta Government 10020 100th 24th Alberta T4J ON5. and are available to contractors operating in the Province of Alberta on deposit of a Fifty Dollar Certified which will be refunded if Plans and Specifications are returned to this office within seven days after closing of otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit Each tender must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the value of ten jcr cent of the tender. The successful bidder will be re- quired to furnish a Performance 3ond and a Labor Material Pay- ment each in the value of fifty per cent of the lender All inquiries regarding the work of his tender shall be directed to District Construction Superintendent phone 261-5126. Calgary. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. J. W Dodds General Manager B78 HOLMURS BOBCAT SERVICE AND RENTALS Back post hoe land- back correl Notice is hereby given under the provision of the Tax Recovery the cleaning. No job too Municipal District of Cardston No. will offer for sale by Public NO DEATH HARRIS Roxana beloved wife of Mr. Ira Harris of pass- ed away in Taber on July 1974 at the age of 79 years. Funeral services were held in the Taber Stake Chapel on Satur- July at Bishop Roy E. Harris of- ficiating. Friends met with the family from noon un- til service time in the Relief Society Room of the church. Interment in the Taber Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Howard Phillip James Robert Harris. Bryan Harris and Chad Peatross. CHRISTENSEN-SALMON Funeral Homes Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C459 PUBLIC NOTfCES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of ELIZABETH ANNIE late of the City of n the Province of who died on the 2nd day of July. A D. 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the un- dersigned Solicitors by the 27th day of A D a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them MESSRS IVES AND Barristers and P O Box 728. 324 7th Street South. Alberta being Solicitors for the Executors. B70 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THESURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF HARVEY GLENN late of the Town of in the Province of who died on the 18th day of June. A D 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above must file with the un- dersigned Solicitors by the 23rd day of a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 310 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge. Alberta Solicitors for the Executrix B81 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF WACLAW BAZYL ORSZANSKI. otherwise known as BILL ORSZANKSI. late of he City of in the Province of who died on the 7th day of 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must filed with the un- dersigned Solicitor by the 26 day of 1974 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them RONALD A. JACOBSON Solicitor for the Administratrix 415 Mayor Magrath Drive Alberta B64 ICE large 327-5817 7352-BAu PRAIRIE Ditching Company of Lethbridge PLOWS FOR ELECTRIC DRAIN at the office of the Municipal District of Cardston No. at on Friday. July at the hours from 11 to 12 o'clock in the the following Township You Name It C383-tf PUBLIC NOTICE TENDERS WANTED Tenders will be let for the remodel- ing ol the Circle HIM Community Hall near Alberta. This consists of Installing new windows and closing old ones. For further phone 654-2679. or write P.O. Box Vaux. Alberta. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders close August 1974. Circle Hill Community Alberta B75 Pt. Section NE N W S.W N W S.W. S.E. S W. Pt N.W. Pt S.E. Section 22 22 22 23 26 27 27 5 35 Range 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 27 26 Merldan 4 Hamlet el Roenoke Lot Block 1 1 2 1 Hamlet of Jefferson Parcel Z .16 acres Parcel Z .23 acres Hamlet of Spring Coulee Lot 1 2 A Slock 3 3 0504 FB 0504 FB 0604 AE Each parcel will be offered for subject to the approval of the Minlstei of Municipal and subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations. and conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title. Terms Cash Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and at any time prior to the sale. Dated at this 15th day of 1974. R. W. Legge Secretary Manager B66 Lethbridge Country Club. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROTHERS Directors of the .Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C457 CHOW Passed away in B.C. on July following a brief Mr. Wing Noon Chow at the age of 79 beloved husband of Mrs. So Noi Wong of Victoria. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on July in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Ave. with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the Chinese section Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral Service. C456 McKEE passed away in Lethbridge on Satur- July at the age of 58 beloved wife of Amuiel McKee of 319 Rideau Court. Mrs. McKee was born May 1916 in N. Dakota and came to Canada when she was three years old. Her father homesteaded in the Sask. district. She received her schooling in Saskatchewan. She was married to Amuiel McKee in Edmonton in 1945. She moved to Lethbridge in then moved to Vulcan for 10 years before returning to Lethbridge in where she has continued to reside until the time of her passing. Besides her loving Amuiel she is survived by seven Mrs. Robert Arlene Clayton McKee all of Tenance McKee of Calgary and Eunice Frances and Ronald McKee of a Mrs. Ken Wilkinson of San and a brother Howard Haug of Sask. She was predeceased by her parents and by one sister. Funeral services will be held Monday July 1974 at p.m. in the New Kingdom Hall 2 Ave. with Mr. John Tangolis officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Directors ol Funeral Service. C460 YOUNG Passed away m on July Mrs. Jennie A. at the age of 66 years beloved wife of Rev. George D. Director of Five Oaks Christian Works Ontario. The late Mrs. Young received her education in Alberta. Upon graduation from Normal School in she taught school in Alberta nine years. In 1935 she was married to Rev. George D. Young who ministered at the United Church in Taber from 1952 to 1958. She was very active in all phases of the United Church of Canada being a member of the U.C.W. and serving on that committee at Presbytery Conference and National Boards of the United Church of Canada. For the past ten years she served as hostess in conjunction with the Five Oaks Book Store. Besides her loving husband she is survived by one Mr. Stanley Young of one daughter Mrs. W. Wiebe of four one Miss Adelaide Cook of one Mr. Arthur Cook of B.C. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on July 1974 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. N. with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Archmount Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer 409 Canada Trust or to the Five Oaks Christian Works P.O. Box Ontario. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361. C455 DEATH BRACK Passed away in the July at the age of 45 Mr. Robert beloved husband of Mrs. Arthea Brack. 426 Normandy Road. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROTHERS Directors of the funeral service. Phone 328-2361. C458 IN MEMORIAMS Alberta Heart Foundation Memorials May be made Mrs. M. N. 1705 15 St. Lethbridge. Also infor- mation re films and pamphlets. Phone A.H.F. 327- 3239. 2837-lOAh CRIEGHTON In loving memory of our Elizabeth Crieghton Dietrich. who passed away on July 20. 1973 and our Uncle Albert who passed away on Aug. 1971. Gone but not forgotten. remembered and sadly missed by Harding and Mary Stevenson. Harding Jo-Anne Penny and Shirl. 8021 SCHMIDT In loving memory of our dear dad and Isaac who passed away one year ago on July 1973. One long and lonely year has passed since our great sorrow The shock that we received that day we still remember well The parting was so we often wonder To us the hardest part of you never said good bye. Our hearts still ache with and silent tears still For what it meant to lose no one will ever know. Our family chain has broken and nothing seems the But as God calls us one by one the chain will link again. remembered by his wife daughter and Ran- Shelly Lynn 8000 CARDS OF THANKS HORTON A special thank you to the doc- special nurses on the Third Intensive Municipal Hospital for the wonderful care and kindness given our mother. Thank you for the get well telephone calls received during her illness. We also wish to express our sincere thanks and apprecia- tion to the many people whose kind and thoughtful gestures helped us so much during the sorrow and loss of our dear mother and grand- ma. Those who sent cards of Mass memorial donations and sent food. We are truly grateful. Special thanks to Father C.W.L. and Hays U.C.W. for serving lunch at St. Joseph's Church. Joy and Darren. 7999 JORGENSON The family of the late Eddie Jorgenson wish to express deep and heartfelt gratitude and thankful appreciation to the many neighbors and friends who were so helpful in our recent sad 'bereavement. A special thanks to Lee Cut- forth for all' his help and thoughtfulness the day of the accident. We sincerely thank the congregation of the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd of Lethbridge for the use of their to Pastor Hanson and Mrs. Hanson for all their to the Mrs. Dagny to the pallbearers and honorary to the ladies who served the lunch and to all for the sym- pathy beautiful floral memorial food brought to the house and for the kind expressions of sympathy. To those who helped in any way to ease our your kindness and thoughtfulness will always be remembered by all of us. Kenneth and Joanne Neale 7998 CARDS OF THANKS McDOUGALL I wish to thank Mrs. Niven and her nurses for their kind helping hands and the care they gave my wife Elsie during her brief stay at the Devon home. McDougall 7997 DAVIS Many thanks to our friends and neighbors for expressions of sympathy and acts of kindness shown to us over the past few days. Words can never ex- press how much we treasure your friendship. Special thanks to those who donated to the Ricky Davis School Library Memorial Fund. God bless you all. and Don and Family Mr. and Mrs. Will Davis Mr. and Mrs. Dan Daignault 7996 MONTREAL Fire Commissioner Cyrille concluding the inquiry into the destruction last spring of a work site for the James Bay hydroelectric said Monday criminal charges should be laid against three persons and possibly against eight others. Union business agent Yvon has pleaded guil- ty to six charges of arson and mischief in connection with the March 21 sacking of the LG-2 work site in northern Quebec. The commissioner said Maurice Michel Mantha and Jean-Paul all union delegates of Local 791 of the International Union of Operating must share the same responsibility as Duhamel. He said they were directly linked to the fire at the site Mr. Delage suggested that Crown attorneys investigate the possibility of pressing charges against eight other persons involved in the in- cident. The recommen- dations were part of a nine- Sugar purchase denied by firm Rumors that the Mormon church has bought Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. in Southern Alberta have been flatly denied by the vice presi- dent of the parent British Columbia Sugar Refin- ing Company Ltd. of Van- couver. H. A. Dunlop of vice-president and secretary of B C. Sugar told The Herald in a telephone interview this morning his firm has not sold two refining plants in Taber and Picture Butte. The Mormon church now owns the Utah-Idaho Sugar Company in the United States. The company has made an internal shift in name for the Southern Alberta operation however Instead of Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. remain- ing a separate entity owned by B.C. it now becomes a part of the corporate body un- der the name Canadian Sugar Factories. Mr. Dunlop said the two plants in the south will now be operated as a division of B.C. Sugar to simplify ad- income tax and technical matters. Therp is to be no change in the staff situation. Mr. Dunlop said the change in name for the local sugar refineries will not have a direct affect on the price of sugar produced in the two plants. He did say the price of sugar is too high right now and it is only a question of time before it will be back down. don't like the existing situation but we have to live with he said. have money now they didn't have before and they are buy- ing sugar. the price it will tumble Addressing the proposal that cane sugar producing countries throughout the world might gang up on customers and set high prices such as the oil producing nations Mr. Dunlop said there would be another Inter- national Sugar Agreement signed before that would happen. Countries like Australia and South Africa wouldn't enter that kind of he said. They want a proper price for their sugar but they wouldn't do that. Crook cooks own cleans till City police are looking for a hamburger lover who broke into a northside snack bar late Thursday or early Friday. A report ol a break-in at the Tastee 722 23rd St. was received by police about 9 a.m. Stolen was and five or six hamburger pat- ties. A worker at the snack bar round the back door unlocked and cash from the till missing Also a paper bag containing cash receipts was missing from an unlocked drawer in the counter beside the till. Police were told the culprit also used the grill to cook up five or six hamburger patties before leaving the premises. MAO SUPPORTER DIES TOKYO Hu Chi- a member of the 10th central committee of China's Communist party and one of the leading supporters of Chairman Mao Tse-tung in Kansu died July the official New China news agency reported Tuesday. point conclusion given by Mr. Delage at the close of the in- quiry Monday into events sur- rounding the fire which caus- ed more than million damage. Duhamel is to be sentenced Aug. 16. He was twice sentenced for contempt of court for refusing to testify and given eight days in jail March 25 and another 30 days on April 1. Evidence at the which began March 25. show- ed the camp's electricity and water supplies were interrupted when a union official at the severed the site's watermain and wrecked the electrical generators with 3 bulldozer. Fires were then set in several buildings housing dor- matories and offices. Evidence showed that Duhamel. driving a pay- punctured two gallon fuel tanks so that their contents spilled in the direc- tion of the fire. attempts were made to heap all the blame on Yvon Duhamel as though he had acted on his on a to the great surprise of his fellow Mr. Delage noted. In said the commis- the incidents repre- sented concerted effort by those who had control of sev- eral locals at the LG-2 and had been premeditated at least a week in advance. In his 16-page decision. Commissioner Delage criticized union leaders at trip site who used violence ana threats to block all opposition to the Quebec Federation ot Labor's domination of the site. CITES FORCE 'Throughout the one expression recurred countless times in the that is 'Les Bras' the commissioner said. the we tried unsuccessfully to have the witnesses define it. It's only through all that I have heard and seen that I can reach a precise definition- me the expression 'les bras' in the building the use of physical of intimida- lion and brutality to quickly enact union policies the story of the March 1974. the rule of violence and fear at James the com- missioner said. Mr Delage said those op- posed to the rampage were subjected to threats after March 21 to keep them from co-operating with investigators. He suggested that the justice department insure protection for prospective witnesses in any future court cases connected with the af- fair. The commissioner declared himself ready to hear the 700 other witnesses saw ev- erything and who weren't heard because of the dif- ficulties our investigators which everybody will un- Two of the men named by the commissioner as persons who should be charged in the incident have already spent time in jail because of the in- quiry. Canada will be ready to exert shore rights HALIFAX Canada is well on the way to being able to protect any increased offshore once the job becomes clear. This was the feeling of representatives of the fisheries and defence departments who held a news conference here to de- scribe their joint efforts to protect Canada's coastal rights and interests. Both departments said there is still much to learn but they are ready if the Law of the Sea Conference approves the 200-mile limit Canada and other maritime countries have requested. At jurisdiction for offshore fishing is 12 miles. Last July the two depart- ments began co-ordinating their ships and aircraft to patrol fishing es- pecially those where foreign fishing fleets operate under quotas established by the International Commission for the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries There has often been criti- cism that Canada would not be able to maintain a 200-mile limit because of insufficient resources. The officials said here that until responsibilities are it cannot be deter- mined whether additional air- craft and vessels are needed. Admiral Douglas commander of Maritime said the exercise has benefitted the armed forces' military role. are practising our trade.... The fisheries work provides the training our crews need in complicated communications and aircraft The program began at the request of the fisheries and David supervisor of fish said the sur- veillance the military provides acts as a against dis- regard of fishing quotas and us with valuable in- formation on the deployment of the foreign The use of destroyers and aircraft substantially in- creased our capability to maintain the type of control and deterent force we feel we He also said the departments are considering having naval ships designated as ICNAF inspection vessels to augment the three existing fisheries patrol vessels. Currently the navy ships can only do surveillance work and are not able to stop a ship for inspection by a fisheries of- ficer. Tracker and Argus aircraft have been flying regular and special flights over various fishing banks spotting and relaying information on numbers and nationalities of vessels. They have also assisted fish- eries patrol vessels and destroyers in checking vessels for possible violations. Destroyers have done fish- eries patrols on three oc- casions and each played an important role in forcing foreign fleets who had exceed- ed their quota to stop fishing.