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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 79 PERSONAL l tjlso (Jecordtmq bdkint) 327 0601 2852-14 Do not be lonely Join the Ddtmg and Marrijgo Service1 frorn Itie Coast to A I b o r I d MAIL MATCH CONFIDE N T I A I Box 786 CrjntjrooK 8C 1773-15J Penfriends in Odnadd wanted urgently dll ages The Pen Society (L73) Chorley Lanes England 3439-11 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyow wilh d dnnking problem phew 8049 or J28 3246 after 7 30 p ni REWARD WILL BE OFFERED FOR INFORMATION AS TO THE PERSON OR PERSONS RESDONSIBLE FOR BREAKING THE SHOWROOM WINDOW AT NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO TIRES LTD ON 13TH ST NORTH FRIDAY NIGHT MAY 31ST OR EAPLY SATURDAY MORNING JUNE 1ST C9228 11 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber stamps corporate seals dators etc Siirne day service 1233 2nd Ave S PHONE 328 5114 C6924 tt M jyt id S lies die' Scrv cp Services on jl1 mi I-PS of v.asr-prs ai d d u o m T 11 c o: convenfional LETHBRIDGE APPl IANCES 905 3RD AVE S 4456 C7760 if ine wall washing Reasonable rates free estimates Phone 328- 3469-17 Kirby Vacuum Sales and Service 1283 j r rt A p S c e home dPinoisfatior Dhone 328 8962 C7944 t' 88 aUblKESSOPPORTUMITIES __ Srndil grocery confectionery witfi live in quarters. ocdted on corner lot in Crestoii Valley Address all inquiries to P 0 Box 693 Creston B C 2424-tf 3000 sa II downto..ii commercial spdce Phone 328-1520 or 326- 5309 3158-tf Transport line for sale operating out of Lethbndge Phone evenings alter 6 p rn 327.7416 3010-17 Let Us Put This One Together For You BEST BUY IN TOWN We have a 16 unit townhouse This unit shows excellent return on your investment The owner has given instructions to move this unit as he has other interest Why not investigate this one Books are open to Qualified buyer at CITY REALTY S OFFICE MLS Call a "City Realtor" C9296 If DP A I LING CEILINGS REPAIR PHONE 328-7G62 2943 'f 84 GARDENING WII 'loul garbage vith half ton Rototillmg and landscaping Phone 93'M C8687 McLean s Tree Surgery Free es- tima'es Pruning fi-nm ng ard felling Ca'l 328 2094 327 1323 7030 tf SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD PHONE 328-3331 LIST WITH THE LEADER Highest Sales Voump L S HOTEL FOP SALE Located in a country 'own thirteen ooms Beer and liquor permit showing a good mvestmen1 on your mone> Call Birdie Schmitt for further information at "W 3879 GIFT SHOP FOR SALE Located in a Lethbndge Shopping Mail Showing a good 'urnover Call Birdie Schmill for further information at 327-3879 C9362 12 Big and gardens Phone eek after S p m ail day Satjrday and Sunday 328 7028 411 'f TOP SOIL Any quantity Also fill dirt Phone 328 7692 1402-tf GenprPl p M n c c' a u p ard ro'ofiiiing aiso and rocu Reasonable rates Phone 327 3606 712 if John s Ro'ot II ig fo gardpp trac'or sen >ce >V i and gardens Phone 328 6tOo 9965-ti b9 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS 8 MERCHANTS TRUST 309 St S 5548 C5216 if MORTGAGES AH types of nortgaoe financing in small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave South 328-3251 C7769-tf SCHWARTZ AGENCIES iW2l LTD College Mall phone 328-3331 Residential Comrrercial properties Fa-ns and ranches city 0" town Lowest merest ra'es F rst and secono mortqaqes C9363 15 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO MARGARET DORIS KLIMACK formerly of the Town of Russell in th payable to the Receiver General of Canada Plans and specifications will be on display at the Builders Exchanges in Edmonton Calgary Red Deer Lethbndge Alberta Vancouver B C the Soutnam Building Reports Winnipeg Manitoba and the Industrial Construction Centre Ltd Burnaby B C D J Dewar Western Regional Administrator J39 90 CONTRACTS La n crating ana ga rototilling Mike 1777 1499-tf Greenho ises Coaih ,rst i 3279530 Open Of 3 rn For bedding p an's and At o-ices 17J "o Ko Landscaping and tree ser ices landscap na o' new lawns Un.-.anted or "es removed 323-7672 0' 328-4593 2972 15 SALES AND MOVING OF MATURE TREES SpRUCE TREE FARMS LTD PHONE 323 5806 C7914 K Lawn aeratircj ana garden ro'otillmg cut'ing lawrs V ke pi one 327- 777 1499 tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES HOOFING 328 5745 C1936 tf Garaae boi'dirg cement and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Consirjc'ion S Pnone 327 6682 C7377 tf We do all carpentr; carpentry repairs also sideways cement Phone 328 0956 2954 3JY Corrpleie rammg 327 624 i Haro'd 3204-12 Fred S'eirer cement work old base-rents due water proofing In- sured ohone 327 8286 462-tf We do a'! y vork ca'Denv. reoai's also sidewalks Phone 328- 0956 -4 30 o m 2954-3J> COME AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION Oc fJURSEP' STOCK Shade trees Ornamentals Fruit trees Perennials LACOMBE NURSERIES 5 VI EAST LETHERiOGE OM HIGHWAY NO 3 4633 CS137 ali'iec1 Cus'om Painters barns concrete blocks nouses etc phone col'ec' 752 3796 Raymona 9507 tf Fences repaired built Miscellaneous building Concrete patios dr ves s'eps chimneys dll repars Jim 327-5087 328- 3983 7799 tf dnvpways house a d a'l repays Phone Ber 327 3606 17-M LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION SERVICES UNDERGROUND add o est Tatrs Joraenso Li a 329-3333 etc Free Construction 3050-4Jy Goi' Ccu ses f' r Bex 105 326 0924 1589 if I 5 L ROOFING Bi.i i p ceda- re-roofmg s D h a i sh rq'es root 328 0831 _ _ 2398 tf Wn1 dig dr'xeways Have froil-end ioade' nid riumo truck Wi'l haul Phore 328-7692 3471-10Jy xllbcna GOVERNMENT OF ALIERTA TENDERS WANTED FOR THE EXTERIOR WORK OF ADDITIONAL FLOORS AND ALTERATIONS TO THE COURTHOUSE (G105C) 611 4th STREET S W CALGARY ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to the Project Director Alberta Works Calgary for the construction of the exterior of tne Additional 'our 'loors of tne Cournouse 611 4th Street S W Calgary Alberta (G1Q5C) will be received up to two o clock PM Wednesday July 3 1974 at the office of the Project Director Dublic Works John J Bowlen Bu Idmg 620 7th Avenue S W Calgary Alberta The following contracts are to be tende-ed 1) Cut stone c'adding (up to 2 2) Cut stone cladding (over 2 3) Fiberous and Reflective Insulation 4f Fcarreo p-place Insulation 5) Ext'uded Aluminum Sid ng 6) Aluminum Windows 71 Bronze Windows 8) Built-up Bituminous Roofma 9) Steel Panels (Wall Siding) Plans and tender forms nay be obtained on applicat'On to the Protect Director Alberta Public Works JohnJ Bowlen Building 620 Avenue S W Calgary Alberta or from the Cortrac's Branch 16th Floor College Plaza 8215 112nd Stree' Edmonton Alberta and wil1 be available to Contractors on deposit of FIFTY DOLLARS (S50 00) which will be refunded A hen pians and specifications are returned to Alberta Pabhc Works prepaid complete and m good order not later than fourteen (14) after closing date of tenders otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit Plans and specifications have been placed with Construction Associations m Edmonton Calgary Red Deei Lethbndge and Medicine Hat for the use of Contractors Each Contractor s tender must be accompaniec by a bid Dond in the amount of TJ% of tender The attention of tenderers is drawn to the Public Works Act Page 2 Clause 9 which refers to Forfeiture of Security The successtul tenderer will be reauired to provide a 50% De-formance Bond THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED Tenders will be opened in public >n Room 801 John J Bowlen Building 620 7th A-reiJe S W Calgary Albe-ta WAS SAUNDERS o ENG DEPUTY MINISTER OF PUBLIC WOFKS J47 PUBLIC NOTICE Regional Expansion Economic t xpjnsion PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION TENDER RAW WATER RESERVOIR Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2 00 p m local Regma time Thursday June 27 1974 for the City of Lloydminste- Contract 4 Raw Watei Reservoir The site of the work is located in the City of Lloydminster The work consists of the supply ol all plant labour services and materials for the construction of a raw water reservoir and access road The main items of work are approximately 140000 cu yds of earth work 20 000 sq yds ol grass seeding 2600 ft of fencing and placing of gravel riprap and culverts The work is to be completed by July 1 1975 The plans and specifications may be viewed in the Regma Saskatoon Calgary and Edmonton offices of the local Builders Exchange or Construction Association Plans specifications instructions and forms for bidding may be obtained from the undersigned at his office m Regma Saskatchewan upon deposit of twenty-live (S25 00) dollars cash or a certified cheque for the amount payable to me Receiver General of Canada which deposit will be redeemable upon the return of the plans and specifications in good order within one month after tenders have closed Tenders will 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 Chief Engineer PFRA 401 Motherwell Building Regma Saskatchewan J49 7423 Txuci. and useful' nr apart 1-aur elf-'- top shirt1- or alone lo off d tun Cabled cardigan i- ,i pcrlet! partner Knn ol "-purl varn Pattern 7421 A Id ind o tents t icli p cash cheque ni moniv 15o each pdttern lor (Ids'- mail and special handhne to Alice Brooks Vedlnrait Oept care ol The 1 elhlinduc Herald Ml Ue s V a ncl Phnnr Death to the Fascist ihc official said in an interview Mondav He said he speak frankh ifhis name withheld There lias been nothing FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE -X letter TJie second half Jhc nanif "Tania with ttic exception ol tape was m French, the station and to fight to the death recordings an wfcich Miss said if "eccssan for SLA ideah The FBI officaa] described "Ovr hcJoved Tania is idmlifird. thai we consider 1o Ihc Monlrcal-poslmarived dead." read the printed be genuine in this case." he lellcr as absolutely capital letters of the letter said silh-there arc crackpots in received Monday "She was In a Irtlcr dclncrod Monday Canada, loo interred with full In ,1 lcH.il radio station. 'Colo U f.jr we know, she I ICY NUCLEAR GRAVEYARD Part 2 s xojcc has been "irfl Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DUHAMEL Passed awav in the city on Saturday June 8 1974. following a length} ill- n e s s Mr Menzo Duhamel at the age of 76 years beloved husband of Mrs Myrtle Duhamel of Nobleford The funeral service will be held at 3 00 p m on Wednesday. June 12 1974 in Martin Bros MEMORIAL CH4PEL 703 13th St N with Rev Harold J Jost officiating Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society 409 Canada Trust Bldg Lethbndge MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of Funeral Service C9400 MOSCOVICH Passed away in Vancouver on Sunday. June 9 1974, Miss Leslie Moscovich at the age of 27 years, beloved daughter of Dr" and Mrs Joseph Moscovich of Lethbndge Born raised and educated in Lethbndge the late Miss Moscovich graduated from the University of Alberta in Edmonton and has resided in Vancouver for the last two years Besides her loving parents she is survived by one brother. James Moscovich of London. Ontario The funeral service will be held at 1 30 p m on Wednesday June 12, 1974 in Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3rd Ave S phone 328-2361. with Rabbi L N Gmsburg of Calgary officiating Interment will follow in the Jewish section Mountain View Cemeterv Flowers gratefully declined Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Foundation c o Mrs M N 1705 15th St S Lethbndge MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of Funeral service C9401 PATTERSON Samuel Fraser. beloved husband of Annie Patterson of Blairmore passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on Sunday. June 9. 1974 at age 82 years He was born in WesUiHe Nova Srotia on February 14. 1892 and came west to Hosmer. B C in 1908 to work in the coal mines, and several years later nwed to Blairmore. where he has resided since He married Annie Korman in Blairmore in 1920 He sened in the First World War 1914 (o 1918 and also during the Second World War in the Home Guard At the time of his death he was a resident of the "Pass Nursing Home He was predeceased b> two sisters Mrs Marearet Stm of SeaUie. Mrs ".Jane McKmnon Hilicres? five brothers Finlav of Seattle. -lack and William of BSairmorc. Bob of Los Angeles and Jim of Sahnas. Calif Sunning besides his wife Anmo are two daughters Kath Mrs Oilcman one brother George a resident of the Bow irw Lodge Calgary. Tuesday, June 11, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Laymen to help family count BIRTH ASPLUND Dorsy and Charlotte are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Lisa Linnea. 6 Ibs 10 born at St Michael's Hospital. May 28th, 1974 A sister for Charlotte Lee 3406 DEATHS NEUFELUT Passed away in Coaldale on Saturday. June 8 1974 following a lengthy illness Mrs Nelie Neufeldt at the age of 81 years of Coaldale beloved wife of the late Mr JohnJ Neufeldt The funeral service will be held at 2 00 p m on Wednesday June 12. 1974 in the Mennonite Conference Church. Coaldale, with Rev Peter Retzlaff officiating Interment will follow in the Coaldale Cemetery Friends may pay their respects at the church from 1 00 p m until prior to the time of service MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of Funeral Service C9399 DEATH Crciliai Maddison of Blairmore one step Lome Marchinek Lonp N Y Funeral sen be held in Kant Hlairmore Chapel lai .June 12 a1 2 00 p m with Douplss officiating In1crmon1 will follow in ihr Blairmoro Union In lieu of llowcr1; Ihc famiH request f doinations tr ihc Memorial Fund carr of DIMNIK Passed away in the city on Monday. June 10, 1974, following a brief illness Mr Joseph Dimmk at the age of 86 years of 1706 23st St S beloved husband of the late Mrs Marv Dimmk Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of Funeral Service C9398 IN MEMORIAMS SERA In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather Steve, who passed away June 11 1969 remembered and sadly missed by his children Frank and Elizabeth and families 3473 HORVATH In loving memorx of a dear grandson and nephew Alan who passed awav June 11. 1967 Two little eyes are resting. The one who played so hard Is resting at God's will loved and missed by grandma and grandpa Horvath Aunti Ethel, Uncle Pat children Auntie Jane Uncle Jim, Sherry Auntie Mary Uncle Andy children 3472 HORVATH In loving memory of a dear grandson and nephew, Allan John Horvath who passed auav June 11 1967 Just a prayer from those who loved you. Just a memory fond and true In our hearts you will live forever, Because we thought the world of you remembered by Grandma and Grandpa Hruska Uncle Jerry and Aunty and family 3411 MOSER In loving memory of a dear dad granddad and great-granddad Louis who passed June 11 1960 Today we recall sad memories of a dear dad gone to rest And the ones who think of him today are those who loved him best Treasure him Lord in your garden of rest For on this earth he w as one of the best Thoughtful of others, kind and true. He suffered in silence when no one knew remembered by daughter Helen Ernie and familv 3410 CARDS OF THANKS McLACHLAN I would like to thank the doctors and staff of the Border Counties General Hospital for the good care I received while a patient in the hospital I also would like to thank rm relatives and friends for their visits, flowers and cards McLachlan 3408 MURPHY 1 would hke to thank my many friends and relatives for the floral arrangements and cards A special thanks to Jhe and all those who brought and prepared the Your kindness i? very much appreciated Murph> 3409 BARVA 1 wish 1o extend rm sincere lhanks 1o mam fncJKK rvalues and neighbors for theur Ksndncss in the rorcnl Joss of mv beloved wife Thanks 1o 1hc doctors and nursing staff of First Main and Kasl Wings of St Mirhscl s Hospital for their rvrr and kindnov; during her to who Mass cards, sympathy floral trihHJcs and food A special thanks to the ladies in charge of food and srning at 1he Hungarian Oldlimors Club and to Mrs Man Kun for her kind unrds of comforl Mr for 1o Ihc u h r ,jnd pallbearers Y o M r VICTORIA (CP) Legislation amending the Protection of Children Act to protect informants on child abuse and to allow parents to testify in cases concerning their children s welfare received swift second reading in the British Columbia legislature Monday Approval in principle also went to sections allowing lay persons to sit with a family court judge and help him reach a decision in familv matters Human Resources Minister Norman Levi told the house this will apph only to the unilied family r'ourt pilot project in the Richmond Surrey DelU region The lav panels advising judges won t usurp the judge i powers but will provide some bdldfice m certain cases. Mr LCM said 1 am reallv concerned about cases oi Indian people tc be part oi the panel so we can give consideration to the Indian culture and the extended iamih situation that eMsts on mam areas of the reserve Blairmorr CH LTD in rhareo C9W remembered Mr fiarva Sr Coastal locals of the International Woodworkers of America were serving 72-hour strike notice on emplovers late Mondaj but a senior union spokesman said this does not mean there will be a strike after Thursda> This is a normal housekeeping procedure said the spokesman The master contract between 13 locals of the union representing 32 000 workers and British Columbia forest companies in the coast sector expires at midnight night The union announced earlier Montiav that workers in logging camps phwood mills, sawmills and shingle mills dlong the coast had voted 93 85 per cent m favor of strike action Price drop prediction criticized TOROATO (CP) A Loblaw Groceterias executive has described as irresponsible predictions Chairman Berv! Plumptre of the federal food prices reuew board that the price of ground beef could drop to 75 cents a pound the end of August Jim Gregon, vice-president in charge of marketing said there were too variables in the beef industn to guess what will happen to prices But if prices don t go down in August then 11 be the bad he said II be ac cused of a rip-off, and that s I her statement is irresponsible Loblaws is selling ground beef lor SI 05 a pound The union is. seeking a Sl-an- hour across the-boarc increase on a base rate oi 54 an hour It also wants z ing allowance categorv adjustments shift differential increases and other changes Negotiating committee chairman Jack Munro president of the Lnion c Canada regional council said Mondav after the announced that the committee had the full support of workers FIRST TIME Never before has the coast negotiating committee been so united he said Anc the membership ic behind us It is the intention of the committee to negotiate a sdtisfactorv settlement for the membership Inciustn spokesman said it is obvious there will be a wage increase and the companies want to devise a means to protect the work force from the effects of inflation The negotiators have to get down to the percentage increase or the details of the IU s proposals on a cost-of- adjustment clause lust two of 53 union proposals The has proposed receiving ing adjustments on a monthly basii. to protect the work forces purcnasmg power Elks name By Gene Fawcette PLASTI-PeHCILS THE WOODEN PENCIL, UNCHANGED, HAS TO THE PLASTICS INDUSTRY: IN LOOKS AND i AND EASE OF PLASTIC PENCILS ARE AUWOSTIN- DISTINGUISHABLE FROM WOODEN 8y Gene Fawcctte A WHITE PRiwgR CAN i BE usa? IN PLACEOFTHE TYPICAL REP OR ORANGE THE WHITE ELIMINATES MEED WHEN A 1I6MT-CDLORED TOPCOAT ISTOBEUSEO... 3407 officers Two Lethbndge men were elected to the provincial executive of the Alberta Elks Association at it s 47th annual convention held in Lethbndge at the weekend Doug Roadhouse was elected as second iice president and Walter Stewart was installed as historian Tom Cumming of Calgary was elected provincial president for 1974-75 The Three Hills Elks lodge took first place in both novice and senior classes in the patrol team precision marching competitions held at the Cnic Centre Fndav and Saturday The Calgan lodge was second in the ice class and the Acme Lodge took second in the senior class hurl in accident X 17-yeai-old Lethbndge louth was treated and released from Municipal Hospital following a motor vehicle accidenl Mondaj at MagraJh Drne and -3th Street Dennis Keith Takanasbj 1S23 17th S recened and hruws after hiv car was in collision with a car dm on bv Hichard -losenh Smerck 38 CN Smerek has been charced with faihnc to remain -slopped unlsl safe to procet-d into an intersection Kn1h .lohnsnn a who was criticalh iniurcd in an accident .lunr 3 at the silo of ihc 61h bndcr is in Si Mirh.-jfl Hospilal His helper Ha% Smith who was