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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. Junt 1, 1974 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTHS COOK Linda and Florian Cook announce the birth of their first child, son, Wyatt Lee, 7 Ibs. 9 oz., on May 23, 1974. Proud grandparents are Eleanor Cook, Taber and Bert and Maxine Jensen, Lethbridge. Insured. 2719-1 MATHESON Luke and Urilla Raisbeck- are happy to announce the birth of a grandson Ryan Luke, born to their daughter and son-in-law Marlene and Del Matheson of Eugene, Oregon on May 14, 1974, his father's birthday. 2880 DEATHS ILNICKI Passed away in the city on Saturday, June 1st, 1974 Mrs. Jennie Ilnicki at the age of 60 years, beloved wife of Mr. -Walter J. Ilnicki of 519 20 Street South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9147 WOLF CHILD Alice, passed away in Cardston on Friday, May 31st, 1974 at the age of 72 years, and was a member of the Blood Band. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Cardston, Directors of Funeral Service. C9148 BALLA Passed away suddenly in the city on Saturday, June 1st, 1974 Mr. William (Bela) Balla at the age of 80 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Balla of 1110 8 Street North. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9146 ROMANCHUK Passed away suddenly in the city on Friday, May 31st, 1974, Mrs. Lila Audrey (June) Romanchuk at the age of 66 years, beloved wife of Mr. Nick Romanchuk of 1022 7 Street North. Born, raised and educated in Lethbridge, the late Mrs. Romanchuk has resided in the city until her passing. She was a member of the Auxiliary to the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Besides her loving husband she is survived by two sons. Roy Davis of Calgary. Glenn Romanchuk of Edmonton; one daughter, Mrs. P. (Norma) Haslam of Calgary; nine grandchildren; two brothers, John C. Breckenridge of Edmonton and Norman J. Breckenridge of Lethbridge. She was predeceased by one son, Ken Davis in 1972. The funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. on Monday, June 3rd, 1974 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Street North, with Mr. James Chapman officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C9144 BARVA Passed away in the city on Friday, May 31. 1974 following a brief illness, Mrs. Clara Barva at the age of 61 years, beloved wife of Mr. Frank Barva of 73712th St. C. North. Born, raised and educated in Hungary, the late Mrs. Barva came to Canada in 1930 settling in Raymond. After marriage she moved to Coalhurst with her husband who worked in the coal mines. In 1937 she moved to Lethbridge where she has resided until her passing. She was a member of the Independent Mutual Benefit Federation and the Hungarian Old Timers Club of Lethbridge. Besides her loving husband she is survived by two sons, Mr. Frank Barva Jr and Mr Allan Barva both "1 Lethbridge: two daughters. Mrs G. B. n ihosc who sent masy cards, sympathy cards. beautiful floral tributes, food and of sjmprfthy. to Father 13. O'Dvner for his kinri words and sen-ires. 1o the ushers and pallbearers the organist, choir, the puest book attendant and the C W.L ladipe who served a lovely lunch you to men of Loya? Order of Moose and mm of Kniphts of Columbus for their services Also to Humphries Funeral Home for and help Again H: much to who sTisted in any way Viur throphifiilness will be treasured always. Nina Badura and r hiidren 2799 Alberta hangs on to huge oil bonanza EDMONTON (CP) Uncertainty about the federal government's budget policies has delayed Alberta's plans to spend its bonanza from higher oil royalties. "In light of the proposed federal budget and the potentially damaging effect it could have on oil and gas exploration, we would like to delay our plans until we are able to fully assess federal budgetary says Provincial Treasurer Gordon Miniely. Mr. Miniely's comment came in interviews after the provincial government quietly dropped plans to introduce legislation that would create a huge trust fund out of a large part of the It would have provided a long- term source of capital for public works, energy investments and other programs leading to economic diversification. Mr. Miniely said the province has to decide whether federal policies "will have a substantial effect on exploration and development in Alberta." "That is an open question. "If they do, the decision has to be made to what degree must it be offset and how much in provincial funds would have to be utilized. It will be a matter of judgment." Mr. Miniely said some of the may have to be dumped into the oil industry in the form of incentives if the federal liberal government is re- elected and reintnxiuces its budget. Several oil companies have already suspended their exploration programs because of uncertainty over the budget. A provision in the budget would remove the income tax exemption allowed on the millions the industry pays in provincial royalties. Industry officials say that if oil companies lose their tax- exempt status on royalties and other budgetary measures are implemented, they'll have to fork over an additional million to the federal treasury. The provincial incentives would be required to encourage the oil companies to continue their work in Alberta. They would be in addition to existing incentives for drilling and exploration. The extra ?900-million came about when the provincial government increased royalties taxes on production after a federal- provincial conference agreed to a per-barrel increase in crude oil to The million was not included in the 1974-75 budget that forecast the province would get in revenue. Bonn's 'Ostpolitik' expected to carry on By CRAIG R. WHITNEY New York Tunes Service BONN West Germany's policy of improving relations with the Communist States, shaken by the resignation of Chancellor Willy Brandt over an East German spy in his office, will continue to move forward cautiously under Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, his aides say. Schmidt has already been invited to visit Moscow this year in Brandt's place, and he expects to make the trip after this summer, according to his advisers. Even relations with East Germany have begun to recover from the espionage affair. Since the spy affair, East Germany has shown signs of willingness .to make some concessions to Bonn on sensitive matters. Officials in Bonn say there are grounds to assume East Berlin is doing this under pressure from Moscow, which is thought to have been shocked and displeased by the departure of- Willy Brandt, the author of CARD OF THANKS KRSA -1 wish to thank the doctor, nurses and staff of Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, Fourth Floor, and also the doctor of Coaldale for the good and kind care I received while in hospital. I wish to thank all my friends and relatives for flowers, cards and visits. Krsa Sr. 2800 from the German government scene. Schmidt, one official said, "clearly will not make the Eastern policies a priority item. But we are clearly in a routine phase now anyway the spectacular opening phase had ended long before Brandt's resignation." Market recovery sought PARIS (AP) France and West Germany have decided to work together to nudge the European Common Market out of its present economic troubles, French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing said today. "We have agreed that the recovery should come about through a return to the internal stability of the economies and not by protectionist Giscard d'Estaing said after a meeting with West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt. CADMIUM PRICE RISE TORONTO (CP) Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co., Ltd. Friday increased its price for cadmium in North America by 50 cents a pound to effective immediately. Similar in- creases were announced recently by other North American producers. POOLE CONSTRUCTION INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders from end Suppliers addressed to the undersigned WOODWARD'S T.B.A. (TEN BAY AUTO-CENTRE) AT LETHBRIDGE CENTRE win be received until p.m. Tender documents can be viewed a1 !he following offices. Lethbridge Construction Association Calgary Construction Association Edmonton Construction Association Saskatoon Construction Association Regina Construction Association Winnipeg Buiders Exchange The lowest of tender not necesserity eccepted POOLE CONSTRUCTION LIMITED GENERAL DELIVERY LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 329-0232 C130 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY Played TIN Won (No Number Limit) ON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD .imtt Purcheeed) PAYS DOUBLE PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS QUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WMMND Saturday, June 1st. TRIO THE MOOD" 7L7 RANCHES LTD. (RON TIFFEN) FARM MACHINERY LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALE 2 miles north and 2 east and 2 north and 1A mile east of Gem, Alberta or 15 miles north west of Emerson Bridge on Highway No. 36. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5 A.M. Lunch Will Served Terms: Cash with settlement in the day of the sale before removal from the farm. Having favoured with from 7L7 Ranches Ltd., we will offer for the following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or age and is subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor you may find them the day of the sale. TRACTORS C.C.I.L. Volvo diesel tractor. Model 810 with super charger and dual rims; Brand left the dealer shop, carries new warranty to new buyer. Duetz model D 8005 diesel tractor with cab and 3 point hitch and 6 cylinder motor; Duetz model 8005 diesel tractor with cab. FORAGE EQUPT. Deere forage harvester; Holland forage wagon; forage harvester; hi- dump forage box large size, 5-6 ton capacity. TRUCKS Dodge 1 ton truck with flat deck; Fargo 4 ton 500 series truck with grain box hoist. 1964 Dodge ton (needs some motor Datsun V4 ton truck, like new, approx. miles; Fargo Vz ton truck with slant 6 motor and stock racks; Fargo 4 ton truck 500 series with box and hoist and stock racks and silage dump. FUEL TANKS gal. fuel tank with steel stand; gal. field service tank. MACHINERY Selling time approximately a.m. John Deere ft. model E.O.L.L.A. press drills with grass seeder attachments with duplex hitch, like new, used very little; C.C.I.L. 27 ft. heavy duty hydraulic lift wing style chisel plow; propelled 70 ft. weed sprayer (John border dyke machine; ft. Cockshutt double disc; rock picker; ft. C.C.I.L. deep tillage cultivator; wheel rubber tired wagon; hopper; ft. spring tooth harrows with hitch, several sections of diamond harrows; ton tandem axle trailer with box; pull type large grader with motor; ft. grain auger (no heavy duty land plainer 14'x50'; augers; plow; grinder; slip; ft. grain auger with gas motor; feeder; snow plow, can be adapted to most large tractors; blade; end loader hay fork; furrow steel wheel plow. Large quantity of welding iron; heavy pipe and scrap iron SPECIAL 14 T Euclid 20 yard scraper with Cummins diesel motor; SWATHERS COMBINES 18 ft. self propelled combine, motor re- cently overhauled, easily converted for grass harvest- ing; C.C.I.L. 18 ft. self propelled swather; C.C.I.L. 30 ft. self propelled swather. CATTLE Selling at approx. p.m. 50 head of stock cows with calves (majority cross bred Charolais, Angus and 20 head of papered Angus-Swiss cows with calves; 50 head of Angus. Hereford cross yearling steers; 50- head of Charolais. Angus, Hereford cross yearling steers: 30 Hereford yearling steers; 50 Angus yearling steers; 50 head of Swiss Cross yearling steers: 20 Welsh black cross yearling steers: 100 head of yearling Heifers, brown Swiss, Hereford Angus, Charolais cross: 20 head of choice yearling slaughter bulls, brown Swiss. Charolais. Angus cross; 3 registered Charolais bulls yr. old reg. No. LR Jack 36 A.I.C.A. No. M100897: yr. old reg. No. BCR Sam 236 A.I.C.A. No. M12717E yr. old reg. No. Long Rope Pakey D 031 A.I.C.A. No. M129386- 1200 Bus. of cleaned seed oats (untreated) SHOP TOOLS A MISC. Cement mixer with electric motor; Large power pipe threader and cutter; Tire changer; Heavy duty post drill; Power hack saw: McLeod 180 amp electric welder; Portable power plant: Hydraulic post driver; Tree cattle oiler; Quantity of oil filters. Hyd. hoses, bearings and speed chains: quantity of chisel plow sweeps; Kirk furnace; Quantity of scrap iron and pipe; 2 drill stems: Line shaft and pulley: Over head crane shop assembly; several elecinc motors, Acetylene welding outfit. Hydraulic hose press: Electric Drill stand: 5 extra gauge sieel fabricated chutes with roller chains (ideal lo make a modern 10 ton manure many more good shop toots and misc. articles too numerous lo mention. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This large auction sate aflords rhe besl opportunity 1or larmers and ranchers lo oWam some choice tiara 1o frnd 1arm machinery as well as taking aflvemape erf ihe ertrB orass thai has oome wrih ihe reoert heavy moisture condivons by purchasing your choice ol yearling steers or hellers ii i wry Mi wtfl worth ittratfkDf! SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA tBww m SOUTH IT worn OF mourn For further Information phont 345-3534, or the owner sr dm rt 47Z-2W1 fcsfcrt 8 ML w iBir 8 p.m. AUCTIONEERS: Les Handier Fred Burton Roger Handler Uc. la. 010120 Uc III. 005615 Uc. IN. 010121 ;