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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, June 7, 1974 PUBLIC NOTICES THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENCE Public notice is hereby given that Eleutherios PSALTIS and Louis TOURGELIS intends to apply to The Alberta Liquor Control Board for a Dining Lounge Licence. Licence to sell beer, and wine by the glass lor consumption on the following described premises: Eleutherios PSALTIS and Louis TOURGELIS Luigi's Pizza Steak House 306 13th Street North. LETHBRIDGE. Alberta. Lots 13 and 14. Block 146. Plan No. Lethbridge 406R. Objections to this application shall be made forthwith to The Alberta Liquor Control Board. Edmonton. Dated at LETHBRIDGE, Alberta, this 29 day of May. 1974. Eleutherios PSALTIS Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Louis TOURGELIS C133 xllbcrta GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Tuesday. June 25th. 1974 for the following work: CONSTRUCTION OF PRECAST GIRDER BRIDGES OVER THE CASTLE RIVER AND THE WEST CASTLE RIVER ON SR774 (FORESTRY ROAD) APPROXIMATELY 21 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF PINCHER CREEK Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Chief Bridge Engineer. Highways Building. Edmonton. Office of the District Engineer. Administration Building. Lethbridge. and Office of the District Engineer. Highways Building. 4020 Bowness Road, N.W.. Calgary and will be available only to individuals domiciled and operating in the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating and who have established a fixed place of business in the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars (S25.00) will be required for each copy of 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 J24 xllbcrfa GOVERNMENT ot ALBERTA TENDERS WANTED FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A PROVINCIAL BUILDING. HIGH RIVER. ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to the Contracts Branch Administrator. Alberta Public Works for Construction of A Provincial Building. High River. Alberta will be received up to 2 o'clock P.M. Thursday. July 4. 1974. at Contracts Branch. Alberta Public Works. 16th Floor. College Plaza. 8215 112 Street. Edmonton. Alberta. T6G 5A9. Plans, specifications and tender forms may be obtained on application to the Contracts Branch. Alberta Public Works. 16th Floor. College Plaza. 8215 112 Street. Edmonton. Alberta, and will be available to General Contractors. Mechanical and Electrical Suh-trades on deposit of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS (S100.00) which will be refunded when plans and specifications are returned to Alberta Public Works, prepaid, complete and in good order not later than fourteen (14) days after closing date of tenders, otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit. Plans and specifications have been placed with Construction Associations in Edmonton. Calgary, Red Deer. Lethbridge and Medicine Hat, for the use of sub-trades. Sub-trade contractors and subs tc 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 contractors tender must be accompanied by (a) s certified cheque or bid bond in the amount of S50.000.00 or: (b) c 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 drawr to the "Public Works Act." Page 2 Clause 9. which refers to Forfeiture o' Security. The successful tenderer will be required to provide a certifiec cheque or negotiable or properly assigned overnment of Canada or Alberta Provincial Governmerv Bonds for Ten Per Cent of ths contract or a 50% Performance Bond. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDEF WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. Tenders will be opened in public ir the Alberia Public Works Conference Room. 16th Floor. College Plaza Edmonton. W A. 8. SAUNDERS. P. ENG.. DEPUTY MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS DEATHS ROMANCHUK Funeral services were held Monday, June 3rd, 1974, for (June) L. A. Romanchuk. Mr. Chapman conducted services. Pallbearers were: George Siegl. Les Spackman. Billy Gibson. Tom Findlay, Bill Mychasiuk, James Wilkie. 3286 CANDY Passed away in the city on Wednesday, June 5, 1974 following a brief illness. Mrs. Rosa Candy of 607 7th Ave. S.. beloved wife of the late Mr. Caleb Candy. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, June 8, 1974 in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Rev. Derek Hoskin officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812-3rd Ave. S. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9302 GUESS Passed away in Fort Macleod on Wednesday. June 5. 1974 following a brief illness. Mr. Bertram Miller Guess at the age of 88 years, formerly of Coutts, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Annie Gertrude Guess. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Monday, June in St. Paul's United Church. Milk River, with Rev. Charles E. Vickerson officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Milk River Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the church from p.m. until prior to the time of service. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. U9303 HOEKSTRA Tuesday, June 4, 1974, Mrs. Hattie Hoekstra, widow of late Reverend Peter J. Hoekstra, beloved mother of Mr. John Hoekstra. 3508 41st Street S.W.. Calgary and Mrs. C. (Elaine) Hoeve, Eugene, Oregon. She is survived by four grandchildren, Kathlyn and Mark Hoekstra. Peter and Jacqueline Hoeve; a brother, Ben Visser, Orange City, Florida: a sister, Mrs. Gertrude Dyksterhouse, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Mrs. Hoekstra was predeceased by her husband September 22, 1973. Services at LEYDEN'S "Chapel of Remembrance" Friday at a.m.. with Rev. Henry Wildeboer officiating. Interment Mountain View Memorial Gardens. C9298 DEATHS RABBIT Passed away in the Blood Hospital Thursday, June 6, 1974 Minnie Rabbit, age 54 years, beloved wife of Bernard Rabbit of the Blood Reserve. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C9301 BEVANS Kenneth, passed away suddenly on Friday, June 7, 1974, beloved husband of Linda Bevans of Ptncher Station. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9308 COLD WEATHER Mervyn Ashley, age two months, beloved son of Mervyn Buffalo and Susan Cold Weather of the Peigan Reserve. Funeral service will be held at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Standoff Saturday at 10 a.m., Rev. J. Regnier officiating. Interment Brocket Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C9299 MEHRER Lydia Mehrer of 715 18th St. N., beloved wife of the late Mr. Karl Mehrer, passed away in the city on Tuesday, June 4, 1974 at the age of 70 years following a lengthy illness. Funeral services conducted by Mr. Wm. Lang will be held in the CHRISTENSEN Chapel on Saturday, June 8th at a.m.j with interment in Mountain View Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME. Directors of Funeral Service. C9305 BULLSHIELDS Passed away in St. Michael's Hospital Tuesday. June 4. 1974, Lena Bullshields. age 33 years, beloved wife of Gordon Spear Chief of the Blood Reserve. Also survived by one daughter. Doreen; two sons. Dave and Rick: five brothers. Charlie. Roger. Thomas, Herbert, and Woodrow; one sister, Darlene: and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bullshields. all of the Blood Reserve. Funeral service will be held in St. Catherine's Catholic Church. Standoff. Saturday at 10 a.m.. Rev. J. Regnier officiating. Interment Standoff Cemetery. Wake service. St. Catherine's Church Friday evening. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Fcrt Macleod. C9300 POOLE CONSTRUCTION INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders from Sub-contractors and Suppliers addressed to the undersigned WOODWARD'S T.B.A. (TEN BAY AUTO-CENTRE) AT LETHBRIDGE CENTRE win be received until 2.-OO p.m. 14, 1974 Tender documents can be viewed al the following offices: Lethbridge Conslruclion Association Calgary Construction Association Edmonton Conslnjdion Association Saskatoon Construction Association Regina Construction Association Winnipeg Buiders Exchange The lowest of any tender not necessarily accepted POOLE CONSTRUCTION LIMITED GENERAL DELIVERY LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 329-0232 C130 BREWER Ivy Elizabeth, passed away in Vancouver on Thursday, June 6, 1974 at the age of 71 years, beloved wife of Mr. Ernest Wm. Brewer of Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. Brewer came to Canada in 1929 and resided at Coaldale for a short time before moving to Saskatchewan, where they lived for three years when they returned to Lethbridge in 1934. They moved to Vancouver in 1948 where they resided at the t-ime of Mrs. Brewer's passing. She leaves to mourn her passing her loving husband, Ernest; three sons, Harold of Magrath, Ernest of Calgary and Chester of Lethbridge; one daughter. Pearl Hurst of Vancouver: 15 grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. She was predeceased by one daughter. Norah in 1946. Funeral services will be held Monday. June 10. 1974 at p.m. in the Christensen Chapel, with Rev. Derek Hoskin officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View- Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD..' Directors of Funeral Service. C9306 CANNADY Passed away in Vernon, B.C. Tuesday. June 4. 1974. Mr. Edwin Avery Cannaday. aged 85 years, formerly of Cardston." Alta. late residence. R.R. No. 1. Lumby. B.C. Mr. Cannaday was predeceased by his first wife Dorris in 1933; two sons and one daughter. He leaves his wife Wilma at home; eight sons and 10 daughters, Clare. Turin. Alta.. Myron and Lynn, of Taber. Rex. Calgary. Keith. Lethbridge. Lyall. Lumby, B.C.. Craig, Rocky Mountain House. Garth. Lumby. B.C.. Mrs. Vaneta V'ayro. Tilly. Alta.. Mrs. Lila Taylor, Salt Lake City. Utah." U.S.A.. Eileen Hoffarth. Lethbridge. Marjorie Adams. Redcliffe. Alta.. Sheila Herman. Grimshaw, Alta.. Jeannette Radau. Rocky Mountain House. Dorothy Bradshaw. Lumby. B.C.. Marcia Pike. Sylvan Lake. Lake. Alta.. AJyce Anger. Caroline, Alia Barbara Othen. Lumby. B.C. There arc 73 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be held in the Cardston, Alberta Slake Chapel on Saturday. June 8. 3974 at p.m.. with Bishop Bryce Cahoon officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family from p.m. until prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Cardston. Directors of Funeral Service. C9304 DEATH RUSSELL Francis passed away in Lethbridge on Friday, June 7, 1974 at the age of 74 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Hilda Russell of 1104 14th St. S. Funeral services will be held Monday, June 10, 1974 at p.m. in the 10th Ave. LDS Chapel, Bishop Clifford Peterson officiating. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9307 IN MEMORIAM VELBA In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Jennie Velba, who passed away on June 7, 1972. Two long and lonely years have passed since our great sorrow fell. That shock that we received that day we still remember well. The parting was so sudden, we often wonder why. To us the hardest part of.all. You never said goodbye. Our hearts still ache with sadness and silent tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you. no one will ever know. Ever remembered by daughter Rose Eugene and family. 3244 CARDS OF THANKS ANGYAL I wish to thank the doctors, nurses and staff of the Border Counties General Hospital in Milk River for the good care I received while in hospital. I also wish to thank all my friends and relatives for the flowers, cards and visits. Angval 3160 HRIC1SE I would like to extend a special thank you to all my friends and relatives for all the cards and flowers and all the kindness shown me during my stay in hospital. I also wish to convey a very special thank you to the doctors of the Hunt Clinic, the staff of SMH-ICU. Father Zubach and the nursing staff of 1st East. Helen Hrecise and family. 3243-8 RANCH AND FARM SUPPLIES Having sold our business in Warner, known as "RANCH AND FARM SUPPLIES" to Stan and Daryl Schwartzenberger. we would like to thank all of our friends and customers for their patronage of the past many years and hope they will continue to support STAN AND DARYL in their new- enterprise. Arvel and Winnie Dustin Warner. Alberta. 3242-8 GEORGE I express my thanks to my doctor and staff of St. Michael's Hospital, third main, for the wonderful care while I was in hospital. Also Father Field, my family, relatives and friends for visits, flowers and gitts. mass cards and food baskets: also to the staff of the Auxiliary Hospital. Royal Canadian Legion Ladies. Fraternity of Ladies Eagles and Ladies Aide. St. Peter and St. Paul. God bless you all. Helen Mary George 3259 Bridge results Ladies Wed. Afternoon D.B.C. May 15. 1. Verla Martin and Gladys Redfern; 2. Helen Foss and Pauline McLean; 3. Irma Shaw and Mrs. W. C. Broadfoot. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. May 15. N.S. 1 and 2 tied Ruth Chapman and Isobel Johnson with Gloria Hummel and Bjorg Jurkovich; 3. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Beswick. E.W.I. Pauline McLean and Muriel Barrow; 2. George Santa and Mabel Harris; 3. David Miron and H.C. Ko. Novice Game D.B.C. May 15. 1 and 2 tied Rose Niedermier and Louise Kimber with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kwiczak; 3. Audrey Scott and Kaye Strome. Thursday Night D.B.C. May 16. N.S. 1. Isobel Johnson and Audrey Topping; 2. 0. B. Bentsen'and B.C. Evans; 3 and 4 tied Muriel Barrow and Helen Foss with W. J. Ellert and R. J. Thielen. E.W. 1. D. E. Michaelis and Bill Zumstein; 2. David Miron and Richard Spackman; 3. George Roberts and Bjorg Jurkovich. Friday Night D.B.C. May 17. N.S. 1. John Lebeau and Mark Yoshihara; 2. Dan Jurisich and David Miron; 3. Muriel Barrow and Mrs. H. E. Balfour. E.W. 1 and 2 tied Mr. and Mrs. Byron Nilsson with George Roberts and Bjorg Jurkovich; 3. Peg McCann and Pauline Premachuk. Ladies Wed. Afternoon D.B.C. May 29 1. Mrs. Helen Foss and Mrs. Pauline McLean; 2. Mrs. Edna Olafson and Mrs. Myrna McDonnell: 3. Mrs. Isobel Wright and Mrs. Louine Smith. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. May 29 N.S. 1. Gloria Hummel and Bjorg Jurkovich; 2 and 3 tieii Peg McCann and Neil van Seters with Muriel Barrow and Pauline McLean. E.W. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Nilsson: 2. David Miron and H. C. Ko: 3. Ruth Chapman and Isobel Johnson. Thursday Night D.B.C. May 30 N.S. 1. J. C. Landeryou and M. J. Grant: 2. Isobel Johnson and Isobel Wright: 3 and 4 tied Wilma Winter and Bjorg Jurkovich with Ruth Chapman and Audrey Topping. E.W. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Nilsson; 2. Helen Foss and Muriel Barrow: 3. D. E. Michaelis and Bill Zumstein. Friday Night D.B.C. May 31 N.S. 1. Wayne Winter and Wilma Winter: 2. Del and Jean Lowenberg: 3. Muriel Barrow and B.C. Evans. E.W. l. Isobel Wright and Helen Foss: 2. Byron and Harriet Nilsson: 3. Nick Patson and David Miron. A b-a-a-d break puts a crimp in the gambol- ing of a newborn lamb around a Fremont. Ohio, farm. Fortunately, the owner happens to be Dr. Keith Hull, who splinted the broken lirnb in top profes- sional style. The mealtime problem (top) was solved by friends Shelly and Tracy Hull But then there are those cross-barnyard trips (below) murder! Photos by Grom Businessman dies at 74 A former city businessman and a long-time Southern Albertan died today in Lethbridge. Francis Criddle Russell. 74. managed the Bigelow-Fowler Clinic for 31 years prior to his retirement two years ago. He was a member of the advisory board of the St. Michael's Hospital and on the local committee of the Canadian Mental Health Association. Funeral services will be held Monday at 1 p.m. at the church of "Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1912 10th Ave. S. Mayors leave Forestry capital punishment road fair issue hanging Irate consumers aim at autos CALGARY (CPi There are many ways of "squeezing the lemon." the defective automobile named as the prime target for organized coasumer action in Canada in the coming year. Lowell Dodge, director of the Centre For Auto Safely. Washington. DC. said He told the Consumers Association of Canada (CAC i 1ha1 a ol students in San -lose. Calif., bought a car. due a hole and buried it. Another frustrated owner burned his automobile and received in a note from a sympathizer who said: "1 wish 1 had your courage." The 271h CAC annual meeting chose the automobile as its consumer theme for 1974-75. Mr. Dodge, co-author with consumer advocate Ralph Nader of the book What To Do With Your Bad Car; An Ariion Manna] for Lemon Owners, was invited to speak on iJ. The weakest point of the au- tomobile manufacturers, he said, is their jealousy for corporate image. Consumer agitation is largely responsible for the recall of 45 million cars in Ihc United Slates since "The auto industry has single-handedly kept the consumer movement alive, wiih its meaningless warranties and high defect rates." said Mr. Dodge, who performed his last official function as director of the centre. His new job is editor of Environmental Law Review. Washington. D.C. Mr. Dodge said there are three times as many motor vehicles born in the U.S. each day as people, but more than half of the cars built since 1966 have been recalled for repair or replacement of defective parts. WINNIPEG (CP) The Canadian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities engaged in a debate on capital punishment Thursday, at the close of its four-day annual convention, but. as might have been expected, the matter was left unresolved. The resolution, submitted by Surrey. B.C.. drew more discourse than any other item at the convention which drew more than 600 delegates. With nothing resolved, one delegate ended the impasse by moving a referral motion that passed unanimously. It was a lively end to a quiet meeting that produced one im- portant announce- ment that a committee has been approved to study public finance. The committee is composed of representatives of the federation, provincial and federal governments. H is to find the most equitable system of municipal finance. Winnipeg Aid. Bernie Wolfe, elected the federation's new president, said that if there was one definable thrust at the convention, it was the desire to widen the support of its members. A program to secure that support was launched with the passage of a resolution to establish regional committees on rural and small communities. The committees are to promote programs that will assist smaller centres ind provide communication links with .the federation that may appear dominated by the Jarge municipalities. In line with the growing awareness that a new form of financial base must be found for municipalities. Mr. Wolfe said the day is gone when sen- ior levels of government can take a paternalistic or patron- izing stance. "They must sit down with us at the table and involve us in the decision-making that affects us." he said at a luncheon. This remark seemed to be upheld by three senior politicians who addressed the convention-Manitoba Premier Ed Schreyer. federal Urban Affairs Minister Ron Basford and David Lewis, national New Democratic Party leader. All three said there is a need for changes in the financial base of municipalities to relieve property taxes. Prime Minister Trudeau managed to ruffle a few feathers without even being present. Mr. Wolfe fired a barrage of criticism at the prime minister for not seeking prior consultation with muncipa li ties before announcing his new- housing program. He said the feder- ation also disappointed Ihe announcement was not made earlier by Mr. Basford. instead of hearing about it "third-hand through a newspaper report." A number of resolutions were given approval on the final day including one regarding 1hc Mackenzie Valley gas pipeline. 11 .asks Ihc National Energy Board to undertake to involve adjacent municipalities in the planning and design of the pipeline. The convention is to be held next year in Ont. PRINT SECOND VOLUME PARIS (Heuteri The sec- ond volume of Soviet author Alexander Solzhcnitsyn's con- troversial work on Stalinist prison camps. Gulag Archi- pelago, will go on sale at the end of this week, the Paris publishers announced Tuesdav. The Forestry trunk road north of Coleman is in fair condition but over 30 miles of the road between Coleman and the junction with Highway 1 is "closed. A release from the provincial lands and forest department states the road between Mile 71 and Mile 102 over the High wood Pass is blocked with snow. The Elbow-North Ford Creek road is in fair condition to Elbow Falls but closed past Prairie Creek. The Bow- secondary road is not recommended for travel, but other roads in the area are passable. Sadal tours shattered cities PORT SAID. Egypt