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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta p_ j BIRTH I BOBAK Dale and Dianna arc pleased to announce the birth of a son, Jason Dale, March 8, 1973. os irtnSf aDcftii DEATHS WOODWORTH LeRoy, died February 26, 19T73. Friends of the late Mr. Woodworth are inviied lo attend a memorial service to be held in the Evangelical Free Church at Champion at 2 p.m., Tuesday, Maicli 20, with formar Rev. Galaeford officiating. Donations may be made to the University of Lethbridge LeRoy Woodworth Fund. 848H7h nUDD Sunday, March 11, 1973, John, aged 83 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Doris Rudd ot 224 8 Avenue N.W., Calgary. Born in Durham, England, he came to Ontario in 1810 and lived in various places until coming to Calgary m 1939 and had since resided tlrero. Mr. Rudd was a store manager lor SO years with the Alberta Liquor Control Board, Past Master of Blairmore, Rocky Mountain Lodge No. 66, A..F. and A.M., and a member of the Royal Canadian Legion No. 102. He served with the 29th Vancouver Battalion, To bins Tigers in the First World War. Besides his wife, he is survived by one son, Robert, SwHt Current, Sask.; one daughter, Joyce, (st. home) five grandchildren; ar.d two sisters, Mrs. Hilda Tingley, Port Albemi; B.C. arid Mrs. Mary Serviss, Vancouver, B.C. He was predeceased by a son, Sidney in 1914, in the navy. Services at THE GARDEN .CHAPEL (Foster Funeral 540 16 Ave. N.W., Calgarv on Wednesday at a.m., Rev. Dr. R. H. MacKinnon of Central United Church officiating. Cremation. C7961 NORBY Sunday, March 11, 1973, at Claresholm, Al-terta, Randell Robert atied 18 voars, belovsd son of Sir. ar.d "Mrs. Roy Norby and dear brother of Tyrene, Clares-holm. Randy is survived by his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, .Sam Norby, Stavelv, Ms maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mettle Warren Claresholm, and hy his paternal great grandfather, Ben Simpson, Nelson, B.C. Born at Claresholm where he attended school and graduated from the Willow Creek Composite High School m 1972, he was a member of tlw Claresholm Curling Oub. Randy enjoyed music, having played in numerous bands. He was prede-caased by his maternal grandfather, Oscar Long, in Services at Claresholm United Church Wednesday, at with Rev. H. Francis Yardley officiating. Interment family plot, Claresholni Cemetery. LEYDEN'S FUNERAL HOMES LTD. Cl a r esbolm Branch Directors of Services. C79G2 WARING John Henry formerly of Lethbrfdgc, passed away in Victoria on Friday, March 9th, 1973 at the age ol 81 years, -beloved husband of the late Mrs. Ellen Waring of 4004 McLellan St., Victoria, B.C. Mr. Waring was born in County Cork, Ireland and had resided in Victoria for rhe pMt 17 years. He served with the C.P.R. for 40 yeais and had been a member of the Brotbsrbcod of Locomotive Engineers since 1919 and belonged to the Firemen Engineers. He was the oldest memljer of the Lcthbridge and District Fish and Game Association. He leaves to mourn bis passing OKC sister, Mrs. Kathleen Heal-ey of England, several nieces and nephews, a sister-in-law, Mrs. C. (Isabella) Schweitzer of 2610 12th Ave. S., Lelhbridgc, rnd a brother-in-law, Mr. R. Archibald of Surrey, B.C. He was predeceased by bis wife, Ellen in June of 1972. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel (327 10th St. S.) on Wednesday, March Hth at p.m., with Rev. R. W. K. EllioU officiating.Intermcnt will follow in the family plot in the Mountain View Cemetery. CIHIISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 'rwnerai (7 y, The federal health department soon will announce safety specifications for microwave ovens, health department officials said Monday. They were commenting on statements made late last week by Health Minister Marc La-londe that the department was working on safety specifications for microwave ovens. Tlie specifications can be set up under the Radiation Emitting Devices Act, passed in 1970, said Dr. Adrian Booth, director of the radiation protection bureau. This act already has been used to set standards for color television sets and dental x-ray equipment. Tiie new standards probably will be similar to recently-announced United States standards, wliich have a top limit of one milliwall radiation for each square centimetre measured five centimetres from the leaking door of the ovens. This is tlie U.S. standard for new models, he said. The older models have top acceptable limits of five milliwatts. In microwave ovens, food is heated by radar-like waves shake the molecules of food into a hot utate in a matter ot seconds or minutes. In a properly designed oven, waves are confined within the interior and exposure to nearby person? is minimal. Funeral service for Mrs. Ivy Isobal Vickers, beloved wife of George Vickers who died in the city Saturday, Feb. 24. 1973, after a brief ill-Ms at the age of 53 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28, 1973, in the First Baptist Church with Rev. Keith Churchill officiating. Pallbearers were Fred Egger, Norman Hunt. Leo Peters, Lea Castles diaries Shepherd and William Skelfon. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu neral Service, was in charge o the increase forecast EDMONTON (CP) An increase in Bertha Army worm and grasshopper infestation was forecast here by O. G. Bratvold, director of the plant industry division of the Alberta department of agriculture. He told a sub-committee of the legislature studying agriculture spending estimates of more than 521 million that ultimately, the weather will determine the degree of outbreak. However, tlie number of Bertha army worms could increase by 10 to 15 per cent. Hugh Homer, minister of agriculture, said the government has asked Ottawa to pay one-third the cost of chemicals to fight grasshoppers. The province also expects two new chemicals which woulc be cheaper than lannate may be on the market soon to fighl Bertha army Funeral service for Mr. William -Jones, who died in the ciry Monday, Feb. 20, 1973, after a long illness at the age of 63 vears, was held at p.m. Friday. March. 2, 1973, in the LDS Stake Centre of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with Bishop Donate Fisher officiating. Pallbearers were Donald Lvons, Hugh and Jolin Cameron, John Pelletier, Clarence Gow and Arnold Gortzen. Interment was in the family plot in the Taber Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of ths arrangements. ABE Funeral service for Mrs. Katsuyo Abe, beloved wife of the late Suekichi Abe died in the city Monday, Feb. 1973, at the age of 77 years was held at 7i30 p.m. Thuls-day, March 1, 1973, at Uie Letb-bridge Bukkyo Kai Church 1303 13th St. N., with interment service in Martin Bros Memorial Chapel, 703 I3th St. N at a.m. Fridav, March 2 1873, with Rev. Y. izumi officiating. Pallbearers were Slioz Dennis and ifet! Yasui. Hideo Hamaura, Sam Yoshioka and Gerry Miyagawa. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fruieral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. RESCANSKT _ Funeral service for Louis Rescanski, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Rescanski cf Fort Macleod who died there Tuesday, Feb. 27, 1973, at the age of 62 years, was held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Holy Cross Roman Catli-olic Church with liw. J. Macs officiating. Pallbearers were George Bola, Grank Barva Jr., Harvey Frisson, John Gomony, Frank Marcus and Alex JMnar. Honorary pall-hearers were John Davis, Dan Henrie, Fred Wright, John Pascal, Pete Wiebe and Allan Ban's. Interment was in the Union Cemetery. Eden's Fu-rtral Home directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the PUBLIC TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEE71NG PUELic NOTICE 1s hereby given Ihat a Mseling of the Electors of Ihe Town of Bulle will be hdd in Ih? Picture Dutte Ubrary on 78th day cf March, 197i a! B o'clcck p.m., for the purpose of receiving Ih? report cf the AVayor, SEC-retary-TresLurer, Auditor and Chairman of tha various Ccmmlllfics of Council for Ihe year ending December tfiirly-lirsl, K72. CXsled al Picture ihls 13th day tf March, 1973. F. Mellroy Secretary-Treasurer OF THANKS MILADINOVIC Sincere thanks and appreciation to doc tors and nurses of the Cardsfon Municipal Hospital for the treatment and wonderful care during my forced vacation. A special thanks to Mr. T. L Smith fjnd Mr. and Mrs. D Smith. Thank you again. Miladenovic Cardston. warned icebergs may 'blow up' MOSCOW (Keuter) DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT CANADA TENDERS SEALED TENDERS, addressed ID Ilia undersicnEd and marked "Tender for Ihe Supply and Installation of SKV Swikt-.oear and Work" at Lerhbrldge Alrpsrl, Lelhtrldge, will be received up lo p.m., Mountain Standard Time on Aprl] 3, Plans, .specification! and lender documents may be obtained on applkalicTi to tht Ministry of Transport, Regional Supply Off cer. Ream E94, Federal Building, 107 SI., Edmonton, Alberta upon receipt of a certified cheque for 535.K) made payable lo the Receiver General of Canada. Mrs. Almond ?jia family wish to thank Rev. Griffith and Mr. Grey for the church service for our late husband and father and the organist Mrs. Glenn. To our many relatives, friends and neighbors who called, sent flowers and their sympathy; to Mrs. Jim Price and helpers for having a tea after the graveside service; to all those who donated food so generously, our tlianks. Nellie Almond and family. 8437 MOSER Our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to our many faithful friends who came to our assistance during the loss of our dear nvother (Mrs. Adelaide Lena Many thanks to Father Field and Father Lafferry for their comforting words. Thanks also to the manager and staff of tlie Bank of Nova Scotia for their floral tributes and manager and staff of Tamblyn Drugs; His Ladies Auxiliary Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 2100 and the Cliinook Senior Citizens Organization. Thanks to the sisters pnd brothers who sent food to ths bouse; to those who sent Mass Cards, flowers and sympathy cards. Many thanks to all who showed sympathy to us during our most recent and sad bereavement. A special thanks to Christensen Salmon Funeral Home and have wanted seamen that some icebergs in Antarctic waters may 'blow Tass news agency reported today. A fragment .of an iceberg found recently rear the Soviet Union's Mirny observatory startled researchers by bursting "with a terrific noise" when they tried to split it, Tass ion, Calgary, Lelhbrldne and Medl. Hat, Alberta; Vancouver, B.C.; ulham Building Reports, Winnipeg, Maniloba and Industrial CoriStrucIlon Centre Ltd., B.C. D. J. OEWAR Western Regional Ad minis! ra tor Elsie and for wants you to get the best hiding power money can buy. Want lo change your scene quickly and easily? Use CILTONE Salin Latex from CIL. Its beautiful flat finish covers almost any color with one coat. Try group wants to expand CALGARY (CP) The Al bcrta Horticultural Association plans to ask the province for to expand into a full time operation and "belter (he environment of Alberta." Lome White of Calgary, o past president of the AHA, toli the AHA annual meeting the organization is "fired of play ing around with peanuts yeai after year." "The money isn't for mere flower he said. "We need funds to help construe park areas projects in Al berta that will help Uie environment." He proposed that of the should finance admini sfration and the remainder should be used for eaviromen lal projects across the __ OF ALBERTA OFPARTMFNT SEAL I! by the A.M. fcr the work: (1) Hlg of lV.il Asp S3S Mil Asp Mil Olh App 29. Ccntrac oMainc Conslru Buildin el 1he Street Ihe cf Arfmfn Alberta Individ and v.h Of buii A dec" (S7S.OO Treasu copy c ticfls 1 panitd equal espied. V. E Depul HIGHWAYS 8. TRANSPORT D TENDERS will be received undersigned up (o 11 o'clock XI Mwday, March 34, 1J73, construction cf the following hway 1, Grande Prairie ID N. Vemblev 5.19 to 17.69 tall c Concrete Pavement p.R. 117, Jcl. Hwy. to alccn Island Park O.M lo Mile nallic Concrete Baje-PavemenJ roximale QuantMles XXI of Gravel JW Ton AMIes Haul hway 63, E. cf McMillan Lake cf May Tcv.-er 9.52 lo Mile 22.00 cerv.ent Base course, Tcr.s cf Soil. Cement Mixture DM Tcr.s ot Gravel Ton Milts Haul t and Specifications may Be J at the office ot the Chief clion Enoineer, H 1 a h w a V 4 Edmonton, Alia., Ihe office District Engineer, 1707 Slxlh N.W., Calcary, Alberta, and ice of Ihe District Engineer, stration Building, Lethbrldge, and will fce available only to registered and oncratina in o have established a tixed place In Ihe Province of Aluerfa. sit cf Pollsrs payable to Ihe provincial er, will to required lor each f the ahd Speciflca-Ken. Each bid must be acconv by a marked chaque or bond o to per cent of Tender. Ten-11 be opened Fn public. The Icw-ny Tender not necessary ac-McCune, y Minister cf 'sys and Transport. FOOD Lemmings, mouselike animals, arc (lie principal diet of the Arctic snowy MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY NEED a New Challenge? Have you proven your managerial ability? We challenge you to bui'lcf a medium volume service department into a high volume cfe-partment and en oy the success through an excellent Management Profit Sharing Plon. Our man must be an aggressive merchandiser experienced in all phases of passenger and fruck servicing. al< a youna, expanding organization in Southern Alberta enjoying new facilities from which we will deliver over 1500 new and used vehicles in 1973, If you are seeking advancement, increosing earnings, and to TAKE then we will offer you Ihe chance to earn plus annually, a demonstator, and paid insurance and hospital-izatfon. Can YOU meet the CHAL1ENGE? a complete resume Box 53, Lethbridge Herald PUBLIC FOR SALE BY TENDER ivin accepted unlil noon, March is, 1973 following: 1. Ore building approximately located on ucr A, Plan 1837, Aiesrta cornmwily known as Brocket Store; t- [located In Brocket Store) a) upright pep ccoler; bl 8'xl2' Horiionlal glass frcnT coolers; cl Kelvinaw y horliontal compartment freezer; a} to mcden counter; e) carter scale. tf 10% should accompany each bid, with remjirKfir payablv itoon us acceptance. Lowest or any bid not necessarily accepted. Ad bids should b2 niarfe In writing To-DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, 206 FEDERAL BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA-MARKED BROCKET STORE YOU NEED FOR HOME DECORATING" PHONE FORREST COLOR CENTRE Paints and Wa'lpaper 5th St. S. Ph. LUMBER PRODUCTS LTD. COAIOAIE PHONE ;