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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta i _. THE UTHBRIDGC HERAID Monday, June 29, 1970 PETS AND SUPPLIES ni ini i S I'O !H GIVtN AWAY. tj'itv.'-n 4-6 p.m. 3W-30 FULL 11 flUPS. p. til. 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS PUBLIC NOTICES fenders -vlll be dcc'jpiru for ion- struct ion of s Credit Union buitdltnj in Ih" TG.VM of Cardstiin. f'ltin-. may oy Sonafleci CoMfraubri m tiayment ol tiO deposit which will b9 refunded on reluni of fne plan-? In cioocl condition. Low.'5l or tiny Jen- dor nol necessarily accepted. to be submitted by 2 p.rn, 1970 fii Secretary-! renMir.-'r, Savings nnd Credit Uninn, 0ox 713, CordMon, Albertfl, J7> NOTICE DEATHS ..Jlianki, Minion To Save ar Delta 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES sotia'ion o! Admirtistrati1, Sutvjrvisory A Technii ot tim Ci'y of Lt-Ihuridqc incu Trie Society Ail of the i of Albert i. Ink-mis lo apply Rt-ciistrrtr of Conuvtntes for x of its name -'o City ot Lof'ibridg Darryl and years, beloved husband of Mrs. j X1683 Florence Francis, Vulcan. Born j at Alton, Illinois, he came to] COM AT In loving memory p.m.. Rev. H. M. j B a tern a n offieia ting. Interment i Champion Cemetery. Vul c a n Funeral Chapel in charge of ar- rangements. C8392 t squal io of the Tan'-'er. The lowest or any tender will n ecessarily be accepted. Poole Construction Limited, P.O. 9ox LETHBRlDGe, AiBSMs. NOTICE TO TENDERERS 'HE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE will re- ceive Tender; addressed to Mr. T. L. Ferguson, mailed or delivered TO the Office of the City Manager so as lo be .id there prior fo A.M., on July 31st., 1970 (or The: CONSTRUCTION OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE NORTH AMD SOUTH SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS. Copies of the Plans and Specifications may be obtained from the Calgary and -ethbrldge Offices of the Consulting Engineer upon s deposit of 5200.00 in cheque, mode payable (o fhe ton- lUlting gnginesr. The deposif will be provided (hat the Plans snd Specifications are returned !r. good condition within li days after fhe receipt of Tenders. In order !o assure consideration of fhe Tsnder by the Cify, each Ten- derer shall forward Contract Deposit payable by a certified 'cheque Jo ths City of Lethbrlds amount of Abo io consideration of the Tender by fhe City, each fender must be accompanied ty a Consent of Surety to furnish a Surety Bond In fhe form and substance, completed as required by fhe Contract Documents and in an amount of not less lhan fifty per cent of the total con- GOLD Saturday, June 27. Afrs. Jessie Maude, aged years. wife of Itr. Roy Gold. Vulcan. Passed away after a brief illness. Bora Stratford. Ontario, came to Al- berta in 1906, Vulcan district in 1934. Member of tlie Eastern Star, U.C.W., former member of the ff.I. Was school trustee for the Town of Vulcan for sev- eral years. Was librarian for Vulcan district for many years. Besides her husband, site is survived by two daughters, Mrs. W. (Florence) Bush, White Rock. B.C. and' Mrs, Howard (Clara) Tharle, Vul- can; Hiree grandchildren. Ser- vices at the Vulcan United Church, Tuesday at a.m., Mrs. E. Home officiating, in- terment Vulcan Cemetery. Vul- can Funeral Chapel, in charge C8893 Vulcan district in 1912. Besides his loving wife lie is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Hazel; Dennuse, Hanna, Mi's. Lillian i Hubbard, Calgary, Mrs. Char-! ]otte Marshall, Vulcan; two! sons, John, Cayley, Clifford, j C o w J e y; 18 grandchildren; j three great-grandchildren: OTIC sister. Mrs. Emma Nici.sen, j Calgary. Funeral sendees will j be held at, Vulcan United j Church. 'Huii'sday at 2 p.m., j Rev. D. K. Johnston officiating, j Vulcan: Funeral Chapel, in Charge of Arrangements. C8896 of our dear father and graiici father, Aj'thur, who passed June 29. 39fi7. Memories are treasures no one can steal, .Death is a heartache no can heal, Some may forget you that you're gone, But we still remember no matter how long. remembered by his daughter Angle, Jack, Cal vm arid Darren. 3796 of arrangements. Passed away at Taber, Sunday, June 28. 1970, Maria, at tlie age of 80 years. Bom at Poltawa, Ukranii March 5, 1890, Married in the old country in 1910, they fanned hi the old country until moving to Taber in 1951. Pre- deceased by her husband and (ddi. i one son, survivors include one tionai Quantities.' _ son. Alex of Taber; two daugli- li should be noted trist ins j PArlpntn Depository system Is to be u-ed in (his iMla. ueicll .iioueuKO, Contract. Tjirajiia, Mrs. Alexandria Le- Sub-contracfors and Sunnily may i TnJwr I view the Plans and Specifications atjfltlllvt J aoer, une granaciiiiu, the Calgary and Uthbrid' lonstrucfion two ereat-grandchildren. Prav- Association offices. Plan's and i available fo Tendsren 1970. ,VR. T. L. FERGUSON, i City Manager, Lelhbridge city Hall, City of Lethfaridge, LETHBRIDGE, Alberfa. igineei DEI.ANEY Passed away suddenly on Friday, June 26, 1970, Eleanor Delanny, aged 29 years, beloved wife of Wallace j Delaney of Standoff. She is also survived by two' sons, Julius and Dwayne: three .Emily, Velma and Sandra; i her parents Mr. and Mrs, Dan I Weasle Mocassin of Standoff. The funeral service will be held in St, Paul's Anglican church, Cardston on Tuesday, June 30 at 10 a.m., Rev. A. McCuaig officiating. Interment in Stand- off cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in S't. Paul's Parish Hall Monday evening (tonight) at p.m. Funeral Arrangements by Eden's Fu- neral Home Fort ieod Mac- C8894 ers Limitsd, 7540 KDnslngton Road CALGARY J2, Alberta. and P.O. Box i090, J01 Mayor Mag rath Or LETHBRIDGE, Alberts. will be said in Humphries uri July '2nd., Funeral Chapel in Taber. on Tuesday, June 30, at S p.m. Funeral services will be con- ducted from St. 'Theodore's An- glican Church, T a h e r, on Wednesday, July 1, at a.m. with Jenoid Gcs officiat- ing. Interment will Follow in Taber Memorial Gardens.! Humphries Funeral Home in j Tnber in Charge of Arrange- ments. Assoc.'Stss Increase In Air Fares ERICKSON In loving mem- ory of otir dear sister-in-law, Norma Ericksen, who passed away June 29, 1969. Beautiful thoughts of one so dear. Treasured forever with loi r sincere. Deep in pur hearts your mem- ory is kept, We loved you too dearly to ever .forget, remembered and sadly missed by Esther and Bill. 3797 EIUCKSOfv In loving mem- ory Q{ a deal' wife, mother and grandmother, Norma Erickson, B'lio passed away June 29, 1969, In tears we saw you sinking, We watched you fade away, Our hearts were almost broken You fought so hard to stay. God knew that you were suf- fering, That hills were hard to climb. We lived in hope, and prayed in vain GENEVA (Renters) A 35 increase in the price of each I passenger fare on North Allan-1 tic routes has been approved; Bert and" family; JSlva and That God would make you well again; But someday He will tell us why He broke our hearts and let you die. remembered and sadly missed by Richard, Gay and Neivspapers Still No. I In Britain LOXDON (Ilcuicrs) papers still appeal to a wider audience than television after two decades of TV in Britain, says a market research book published today. A surrey by Jame.s Cur ran says 31 per cent of the popula- tion read a national newspaper on an average day in while only 09 per cent, watched U.'lcvi.- Jl; acAK Passed away I suddenly in Calgary on Satur- day. Jiuie 27, Eugene, aged 43 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Klar'a Jurcak of 2113 i 23rd Avenue. CoaMale. Born in j Czechoslovakia in 1926, (lie laic Mr, Jurcak married the former by member airlines of the In-; Hal and family. ternational Air Transport. As- j sociation. it was announced j here. The proposed increases will be submitted ior approval to the governments of airlines in- volved, and will come into ef- levels caused by the BcnneR Dam on the Peace River in British Columbia. Mr. Bailey, who.se depart- ment has studied the problem during the lust lew years, also laid the blame on the dam which, lie said, has evened out the river's peak flows upsetting Use spring flooding of the delta" He said in the mid-1960s the federal Northern Affairs and Natural lie-sources Department made a study of the impact the Bennett Dam woidd have on the aiea. "Bui they didn't predict change a.s drastic as we are experiencing now." But to be fair fo lhat depart, iiient. Mr. Bailey said the del- la's drainage system is extreme ly compli-x, adding that the Renncft Dam will not be in full, production until 1971 at which time the winter flotre will in- >rease. "How significant this will be we are not in a position to he said. "My first reaction Is that ft is not going to be that signifi- cant an effect." Bailey said Alberta has z, interest in the area "but tlie federal government should! have a major role." "As far as B.C. is concerned, it's a matter between B.C. and tile federal He said any timetable will bs dependent on political decisions. "We would like to intensify our' work so we could take vantage of the nuioff in 1971 and we're going to have to move very the water re- sources expert said. "The longer this is allowed to go on this way the longer it will take to bring it back." Peter Lougheed, Alberta Pro- gressive Conservative leader, said it was difficult to under- stand how Alberta could have allowed tlie dam to be built without any arrangement to protect Alberta interests. SMAU VICTIM A Soulh child, badly burned from a Viet Cong attack on the villogt of Ba Ren, awoils medical treatment on bed in o Da Nang military hospital. In Ihe attack on Jhe village aboul 17 miles southeast of Da Nang, 1ho Viet Cong reportedly killed 11 4 civilians and 70 others. Man, 70? Killed On His Porch WEEKEND DEATHS By THE CANADIAN PRESS Kegina-Rnlf P. Sherick, 61, photographer with The Leader- Post for .15 years, after a long SlO. The Increases -nill applj' to j all classes. All 23 IATA member airlines whidi are carriers on Ihe route, as well as more than 10 airlines concerned as feeders, voted on the proposal in a pos- tal ballot. Tlie action is considered as an interim emergency measure to meet spiraling coats, IATA many years a reporter hi the Parlia- mentary Press Gallery; in hos- pital after a brief illnes. By THE CANADIAN PRESS A TP year old man who was sixuck by a car while sit- ting on his porch was among 10 persons killed accidentally In AJberta dimng the weekend. Anthony Boudreault diet! in hospital after being hit by a car in St. Paul, 90 miles north- east of Edmonton. An- Edmon- ton m a n was charged by BCMP after his car went out of control and crashed into the j porch. TWO-CAR CRASH A 29 -year old woman and her four-year-old son were kill- ed in a two-car crash near Lethbridge. The wonran killed with her son was Elinor Delaney oi tlie Blood Indian Reserve, Harvey Conrad Peflenreth, 15, of Calgary was killed when his roolorcvcle and a car col- lided on a country road near Calgary. Two year old Ronald Bacque of Edmonton was run over by a taxi near his home. Loretta Larson, 56, of Ed- monton was struck and killed by a car in downtown Edmon- ton. Eighly-y e a r-old John Olson of Kingman, was killed in a t w o-car collision near Cam- rose, -10 miles southeast of Ed- monton. German Borle of St. Albert, was killed when the car he was (hiving went out of conlrol near Spruce Grove, 15 miles west of Edmonton. Jack William 16, of rural Edmonton, drown-' ed while swimming in a farm j dugout at nearby Devon and 27- i Petlelier Tagged Caesar By Diefenbaker I OTTAWA fCP) Johis j Diefenhaker said Mday he has been informed by a CBC j official that State Secretary i Gerard Pelletier's department j has instructed the CBC to j refer to July 1 as Canada Day. 1 The former Conservative prime minister said in the Commons that under the law July T is still Dominion Day and that the Liberals did not have the backbone to suppoit a bill changing the name to Canada Day and withdrew it. Liberals applauded loudly when Mr. Diefcnbaker said the head of the news depart- ment at the CBC had stated that specific orders had beers given by Mr. Pelletier's de- partment to call July 1 Can- ada Day. Mr. Diefenbaker described Mr. Pelletier as a "self-glori- i fied Caesar1' interfering with the independence of Hie CBC and undermining Canada's heritage. There was no comment from the government benches. year-old Heisler Robert drowned DECISION SET ASIDE WINNIPEG (CP) The Lake, 80 miles south of monton. Neihiiiis of I question of female membership in Sylvan in the Winnipeg Press Club Ed- j set aside until the fall meeting of the club. INot Exercising Franchise As Forecast said. A full soalo IATA con- ference will be held in Hono- lulu Sept 9 to discuss a new over all package of air fares to come into effect April I next Klara Leiuke in Germany in 1951. and in December of ihe sains year, they came to Mon- treal. In 1952. they moved to Iron Springs where Mr. Jurcak worked in the beet, fields until! for 3. two-year period at which time he went to! Shanpiinc.ssy where ho was em-; ployed hy the coal mine. He! worked for Kenwood Engineer-! ing for two years prior to 19.58, j when he began employment j Youth Voting Confounds Politicians Sports Action sion, Curran .says with [he county of Lcthbridge MAGJIATH enthusiasts are Tennis enjoying the By EDWIN ItOSENTHAI, LOifDIN (Reuters) Youth, as usual, is confounding the pol- iticians, this tune at the polling I booths. j The unpredictable youngsters Iwlm have won voting rights in (Britain. (Vest Germany anil i other countries are not voting the way experts had forecast, instead of jumping at the editorial reading matter bought j by the average adult reader in nerienu I Britain almosi doubled bctwwn >rK may I 1950 and 1365. the amount of i 26. which position he held new court at Magrath Town i chance, Ui make their collective so did West Gcmiar. Ciiancollof for eight, years. At the time of Park. tn West Germany's tliree re- countries, including Chile, eff.ec- gional elections, the results indi- live in November, Ecuador', dercd Attorney-Genera! John Mitchell to test its legalitj' in the Supreme Court. In B r i tain, 66 per cent of ihe qualified! The world trend is toward I can'Republic youths registered but only about more votes for the teen-agers cated many youths did nol even know they were allowed to vote. Uruguay. Venezuela. El Salva- dor. Guatemala and. lire Domini- half of those, estimates say. ac- tuallv voted. Last month, the Dutch govern- ment approved lowering the vot- Harold Wilson's d e f e a t e d ing age to 18 from 21. Labor' party expected to pick up In Canada, the national voting large number of youth votes: age is uui a bill now before voices heard in parliaments, a j Willy Brandt's Social Demu- had i- fhls type o! and ipocifica------............ .1 C. fleufeki A- AssoclaJei Limited, j ll) -icon payment of a of S25.M, 1 con.sumptiOTl upon receipt of bcrina 'ids aritf atter plans and ipecifica- -'ionr. are rnturncci in good ccndilron of the ciosinq Each lender mus? te accompanied by certified jiayabio, Jo 1 V Look Holdings Lir-nled, for fen flo: A bond in amount o' (50) pe? :c-nt of r-vh lender p.-icc bs rn of bidder for erfc-rrnanr.'; of tonlract his passing he was with the Al-1 Mr.v U-wis Stevenson is in surprisinglv large number have I crati in (he regional elections, plnnc Drywall and I'iaslering charge of adult instructions not even bothered to vole. In neither case (lid this ha in the United Kingdom har- risen suh- stantially durinr; thu nt television." he writes e examined algary fonsfrurt tne Lath- IIIIUVS TOO fll.ll UAMI.A 'AD -V C.S. Force set'gi-nn' 'herl and lilhrn- is in hcLSpita! m !-1 condition after they treated [Calvary section of M n u n tain (hom.sofvps for vetx-real disease with outdated afilibintir.v ;i fjiokcsmati at T-tark Air Kwc Base savs, Tlic nicdic.il.inn iden- Lethbi idge Ltd. Mr Jurcak M o n d a y s and Wednesdays was fin active member of the j from to 3 p.m. St. Ambrose Catholic Church. Committee members are Coaldale, and at the time of his passing was a member of the maintenance committee of the I'hmvh. Requiem Mass will lie c-i'lelirated on Tlmrsdav at not even bothered to vote. Political scientists are slow to j conic up with answers to liclp the puzzled politicians. They arc Hobcrt West, Janet Kay. Steve still studying figures of thc'Brit- Hoyden, Marie Sabey. Arthur j ish genera f election Juno 18. Heninger. Alice Stevenson. Don- when nis Gorenhos. Lynn Gibh -'uifj Rose In neither case did this hap- pen, say the experts. One ex- planation is that too few youngs- ters took advantage of their nowly-won right lo vote. Thus, i the youth vote made little im- s.noo.iiOO youths between pact for against the party in Ifi and 21 were power and the statistics of West Ger-! IJritish and West German a.m. in Si. Ambrose Cath-! Tamih and single tickets are i man regional elections earlier I teen-agers tended to vote the ohc Church, Coaldolc. will. Her available, j month, same way as their parents, f'lilncr Chiiord celebrant. Men's slow-pitch soflball for I In the United Slates a power- I'rof, Anthony King, a Canadi- Interment will follow in Mount View Cenietery. l.ethbtidgc F'raycrs will be said on Wed- nesday at Ambrose Cburcb p. in. in St. Martin Bros. j lifie.d as tclracylene, or terra-1 Ltd., of Kuncral Sor- mycin, was obtained of bsse, I vice. 08899 Welling at Magrath is schedul- ed for 7 p.m. June Thursday. July 2, Magrath "IJ" and "C'r "ion's teams uil! complete. Ladies Larks svill meet. Jef- ferson on the North Diamond at 7 p.m. (til lobby, known as tlie Youth Franchise Coalition, helped to push through a congressional bill to give the. vote to 11.000.000 Americans between 18 and 21, effective Jan. i. President Nixon signed tlie bili Jmie 22 but immediately or- an-born political scientist at, tho University of Essex near Colch- ester, England, said any newly- enfranchised group, even at the age of 21, is a little nervous about voting for the first lime and tends to stay sway from Uic polls. the Commons will reduce it to IB before Hie r.ext fedora! elec- tion. Ontario and iVcvv Brunswick also have a voting age of 21, but the other provinces have re- duced it. It is 19 in Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Alberta and New- foundland and 18 in SaskalclKv wan. Quebec, Prince Edward Is- land and Manitoba. Mexico has promised the vole to the 18-year-olds in time for presidential elections next month, bringing youths to the polls. Brazil permits 18-year-olds to vote if Ihey are lilera'e and can speak Portuguese, the. national language. The voting age has been dropped to 18 from 21 in many other Latin American, Several Commonwealth coun- tries besides Canada are debat- ing whether to follow the British initiative Last. March in Aus- tralia. Uic Victorian state legis- lative council approved a bill to lower the voting age for munici- pal election to 18. New Zealand reduced the age to 20 last year after B lengthy debate. West Germany, in recently lowering the voting age to 18, increased the total electorate la 40.030.UtlO from .18.600.000. Most Communist countries of Eastern Europe, lowered the voting age to IS many years, ago. The Soviet Union mad change in its constitution. Later, Bulgaria, Homania and Hungary followed suit. Sweden lowered the voting age last year to 20 from age accepted by Japan and the Swiss federal govern- ment. But several cantons in Switzerland want to lower the voting ngo by a year or ;