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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Iviilan lawyer, John Hogtt of lingston. When the case opened PUBLIC CarJL Uf BIRTH PALYCHUK Born July 9, 1972, a.m., Samantha Brynn PaJychuk. Proud 3u Jkanw, DEATHS SAPISZCZUK-Onufrij, passed away in the city on Thursday, July 20th, 1972, at the age of 75 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Helena Sapiszczuk of 91S 6 Ave. N. Mr. Sapiszczuk was bom in Medweniwcj in West Ukrainia. He came to Canada in 1948 settling in Butte, working in the Sugar Beet Industry. Moved to Lethbridge in 1953, where he continued to reside until the lime of Ms passing. He worked for the C.P.R. until baving an accident in Frank, Alberta., forcing him lo retire. Besides his wife, Helena, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. John (Takla) Melnyk of Lelhbridge and Mrs. Mike (Mary) Lejbjuk of Coalhursl; Ihree grandchildren and three great grandchildren; also a sister in Toronto. Requiem mass will be said in Ihe SI. Valdimirs Ukrainian Calholic Church on Monday, July al a.m., wilh Falher L. Syvenkey as Celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Chrislcnscn Chapel on Sunday evening al p.m., courtesy parking on the south side of the funeral home. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors ol Funeral Services. C3217 FREDRICK Rosalia Ann, passed away in the city after a lengthy illness on Thursday, July 20lh, 1972 at the age of 59 years, beloved wife of the late Henry Fredrick of Lelhbridge. Mrs. Fredrick was born and raised in Milk River and came to Lethbridge in 1910. She leaves to mourn her passing nine sons Lloyd, Ralph, Bill, Norman, Lome and Jamie all of Lethbridge. Melford of Milli River, Verl cf Woolford, and Selby of Taber; four daughters, Mrs. Ed (Leslie) Turner, Mrs. Ron (Teri) Gordon, Carol and Debra all of Lethbridge, her falher, Mr. Steve Balog Sr. of Milk Hiver; three brothers, Steve Jr., and Louis W. Balog of Milk River, and Joseph Ba-lofl of Camrose, Alberta; 19 grandchildren. She had been predeceased by her husband. Requiem mass will be said in the St. Patricks C a t h o lie Church on Monday, July 24th at 10 a.m., with Falher M. Gillis as celebrant Interment will follow in Ihe Mount Calvary section of Ihe Mountain View Cemetery- Prayers will be said in the St. Patricks Church on Sunday evening at p.m. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Building. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 1 neraw, FUNERAL NELSON Funeral service (or Dorothy Mildred Nelson, Wreotham resident and beloved wife of Roy Nelson who died in the city Wednesday, July 12, 1972, at the age of 44 years, was held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 15, 1972, in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church with Rev. K. Churchill officiating. Pallbearers were Abe and Jake Reimer, Carl Hentze, Jack Lyshirka, Glenn Sheliska and Ivan Beagle. Inlerment was In Arch-mount Memorial Gardens. Christensen Salmon Funera Home Lid., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the i KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) A l-year-old former cadet at Royal Military College, who uccessfully fought to have his ase taken from a military ourt to a civilian court, was onvicted Thursday on a charge possession of hashish. Sentence was postponed for ne week when provincial court udge George F. Runciman erfd IB wanted "to look Into the me-hanlcs of new legislation which vould allow an order for abso-ute discharge." This was the course suggested iy counsel for the cadet, Martin McDonald of Calgary, and agreed lo by the Crown prosecu-or. Under an order for absolute ilscharge, a defendant stands convicted but receives no fine, irobatiott or jail term. McDonald, a former squadron leader, final-year honors student and captain of the RMC ootball learn, was one of six cadets charged with drug of-ences after a raid by the RCMP May 2 on Ihe RMC cam-IUS. Four pleaded guilty and were in-ed under Ihe National Act al a military trial. A iflh was acquitted. McDonald waived the right lo military counsel and engaged TENDl Tenders ar rind delivery cull ng) lo Research Sla 550 Ions fi. (minimum I hay, FOR HAY i Invlled for Ihe supply ol All a Ho hay (second the Canada Agriculture lion, Lelh bridge, TO TENDER DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN slem Iy, Up to 1300 Ions Alfalfa grass mix (Approx. pumblng und healing Insljlli. 1 ons and miscellaneous repairs lo lour homes Pelgan Ind an protested what he ermed the appearance of bias n the part of the court and had ic case transferred to a provin-ial court. Evidence was resented June 29 with ded-ion reserved until Thursday. McDonald, now a geophyilcist n Ihe petroleum industry in Calgary, was denied the right to raduate from RMC. He also vas prevented from accepting rom his football team-mates le Most Valuable Player ward. At the trial, evidence showed that a pipe containing traces of annabis resin was found In a desk drawer in McDonald's oom, normally left open but oclted on the day o! the police aid. McDonald admitted smoking hashish Irom the pipe several months previously in a Kingston apartment with another RMC cadet but said he had cleaned he -pipe ar.d had not seen it again until his trial. Judge Runciman ruled that McDonald was "a frequent user" of marijuana and said he could not "accept his evidence that he didn't know the pipe was in his drawer." Quotations will be acccpled en all or parl. All handling to be performed by Ihe supp ler. Light grass hay Ic IB delivered as required. Delivery ol heavy grass hay musl be completed before October 1, 1972. Quolollon: win close al 12 o'clock noon, Friday, August A, 1972-For furl her In'ormullon and quotation request lorms contact C. G. Schoenlny, Assistant Administrative Officer, Canada Agrflcultwie Recsarch Sla lion, Llehbrldge, Alberta. Phone 327-4S61. forms can be Ob alned from: Blood-Peloan Dlslrlcl Office. 101 Fed. eral Building, Lethbridge, Alberta upon deposit of 155.00 cert fled cheque made payable to Receiver Genera ol Canada. Closlnq date for lenders M.S.D.T. Augusl 7, and Catherine Palychuk and Mrs. Crilla Richards. DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS Order No. 701-1401-009 Construction o) 12 Walcr Blood Indian Reserve, BUTLER (McNEIL) Passed away in Duncan, B.C., on Wednesday, July 19, 1972, Eva Maud Butler (McNeil) aged 77 years of Fort Macleod. Funeral services will be held in St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, Saturday, at 2 p.m., Mr. Alex Buchan officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the charity of their choice. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C3213 DONAGHY Thursday, July 20, 1972, Olive Mae, aged 80 years, beloved wife of Mr. Robert E. Donaghy, Lomond, passed away at residence, after a lengthy illness. Born in Lis-towel, Ontario, came with her husband to Champion district in 1917, lived at Yetwood and moved to Lomond in 1925. Besides her husband, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Martin (Mary Welda) Maron-da; two grandsons, Marvin and Eldon, all of Lomond; one sister, Mrs. Ada Coates, Listowel, Ontario and one brother, Cecil Chapman, New Westminster, B.C. Predeceased by two sisters and one brother. Services at the I.O.O.F. Hall Vulcan, Saturday, at p.m. Interment Champion Cemetery. VULCAN Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. and Conslrucllon of S Waler Dislricl, Index No. Alberla i50 Ecoarale Sealed Tenders, marked as to c-'ilcni, addressed !o "efi-nal Engineer, Dept. irulbn Allairs MorfhsTi DevolOfmenl, ?7 n Fleer, CN Tower, Ed.TiDJiion, Alia., T5J OKI, v.III be received up lo: 3 (M.D.T.) fugutt 3, 1972. Tender dscurncnls lor each project can he ofclflined hy General Contractors rn deposit cf I2J.QQ in Ihe form ot n CERTIFIED CHEQUE payable lo THE RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA, Regional Engineer, Depl. of Indian Affairs t Northern Development, 27th Floor, CN Edmonton, Alberta, T5J OKI, and Dislricl Supervise, Blood Dislricl, Dept. Indian Affairs Norlhern DevPloorrenl, 3Di Federal Building, Lelhbridge, Alberla, T1J OHO. Examined: Edmcnlon Conslrucllon Association, 10415 Princess Elliabelh Ave., Edmonton; Calgary Conslruclion Association, 2540 5lh Ave. N-W., Calgary; Lelhbridge Construction Association, 1321 3rd Ave, 5., Lelhbridge. cr any tender not necessarily accepted. L. R. Clark, P. Eng., Regional 7368 OF THANKS BLACKMER I wish to thank my doctor, nurses am slaff of St. Michael's Hospila for the care and attention I re ceived while a patient there Thanks to all my relatives ant friends for the flowers, gifts cards and visits. Blackmer 584 GOULDING Thank you to my doctor, nurses and staff o first floor St. Michael's Hospl tal, for the care and kindness while a patient there. Also thank you to my relatives friends" and neighbors tor card gifts, and visits. Sincerely Hazel Colliding L :f' everybody with qulck-Bargello stitchery. Fun! Bargello is the quick, easy INSTANT stitch that creates dramatic design for pillow or seat cover. Work on canvas with rug yarn. Pattern 7368: chart, directions. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBHfDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto I, students still owe Alta. money EDMONTON (CP) About 300 students have not naid back in loans d'.'j to the provincial students f i n ance board, an official said Wednesday. However, the amount of un-collecled loans is "certainly not much different" from the failure rales expected by federal economists, said board chairman C. G. Merkley. The comes from the more than S16 million loaned out in provincial funds to slu-denls since 1969. A total o students have been aider, so far. The should not be compared directly lo Ihe million because many of th loans cover a 10 year perioee Iho groat now 72 CHEVY NOVAS A groat selection awaits youl BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE MAIN GARAGE OK SUPERMARKET LOT CONVENIENT GMAC TERMS MOTORS URAN-- RPORATON Phon. 326-1101 Connacti all dephk BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK AT BENY'S OR YOU MAY PAY TOO MUCH JOHN SINCLA'R invilei you to lee him al Bcny'i far a greal lelection of 1972 CHEVROLETS ;