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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC NOTICE n i i fi j, v-ju'iiA, INVITATION TO TENDER TENDERS FOR GENERAL CONTRACT FOR ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF PEDESTRIAN TJNNEL FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF J LETHBRIDCE, LETHBR1DGE, J ALBERTA. ator of University o1 Lclhbrldge lor the erection ard completion ol Pedestrian Tunnel, will be received al the office of Robins Mitchell Watson, Architects Lnd Engineers, 52? (1h Street Soulh, Lctribrldae, Alberta up lo four o'clock p.m. Mountain Stan. 1 darcl Time, Tuesday, April xlh, 1TO. Tender documents are available From l the architects Robin Mitchell VAN IIOHNU Carol and would like to announce the jirth of a daughter, Kathcrinc lean, a G Ib. 8 oz. sister for Rob. 8377 HUNT Mr. and Mrs. Barry lunt of Calgary are pleased to announce the birth of a son, Christopher John, on March 7, 1972. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Heclor and Dr. and Mrs. John Hunt, both of Letlibridge, YEK Passed away in the ity on Wednesday, March 15, 872, following a lengthy ill-icss, Mr. Quai Sing Yec at the ige of 69 years, beloved hus-jaml of Mrs. Mee Lull Yec of 717 2 Avenue B N. Funeral ar-angemenls will be announced v b c n completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. MEMORIAMS GRAHAM In loving of our infant daughter, who massed away March 16, 1967. Shs v.'as only a little white rose bud, A sweet little flower from birlh. God took her home to Heaven, Before she was soiled on earth. remembered b y mom and brothers, Richard and Troy. 8381 sub conlractori on deoosit of a S100.C3 ctieque payable to Robins Mitchell Watson, neocslt fcc refunded on return of documents in qood order, within 11 days alter tender closing. Tender documents will be dlsplavfd at the Construcllan Association Olrice lr. and CAloary. Tenders shall be submitted In ac cordance with rules of the Alberta Sid Depository, through the L I' 1 Sojlh, amended as per General In-stri Calgary on Thursday, March 6, 1972, following a lengthy ill-less, Mr. Ralph Lighlizer, be-oved husband of Mrs. Hazel jightuer of 1518 7th Avenue P'uneral arrangements will )e announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc-ors of Funeral Service. bv either (a) bid bond tn the amount of slO.OOO.M OR [b> a certified cheoue fcr not less then 10 per cent cl Ihe tender, OR (O B bid bend in ths amount of 10 per cent of Ihe tender. Certified cheques are to be made pay. able to the Governors, the Unlveuily OF Lelhbrldtie, Alberta. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. Tenders will be cpsncd in public a dear husband, father and grandfather, Godfrey, wlw passed away March 16, 1970. Often a lonely heartache, Many a silent tear, But always a beautiful memory, Of one we ioved so dear. Sadly missed by wife Nellie, children and grandchildren. 8382 r Reid and Edith, residents of Delia, B.C., are pleased to announce Ihe birth of their son Paul Lyman. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sverre Hanson, Letlibridge; Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Hardy, Stirling. DEATHS WONT. Passed away in the city on Sunday, March 12, 1072, following a brief illness, Mr. Gim Wing Wong at the age of 7j years of SOD 2 Avenue S.f beloved husband of Mrs. Sato Wong. Born in China in 1895, the lato Mr. Wong came to Vancouver in 1912 and moved to Lethbridge in 1017. He was a partner in the Shanghai Chop Sucy Co. for the past 24 years. Besides bis wife he is survived by one soti, one daughter, nine grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren, and also by several sisters and brothers in China. The funera! service will he hek' on Monday, March 20, 1972, at p.m. in Ihe Chinese National League Hall, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the Chinese section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay then- respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. p b o n e 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C778 SAWADA Zenzo, passed away in the city on Wednesday, March 15, 1972 at the age of 54 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Natsuko Sawada, of 1724 10th Ave. A S. Mr. Sawada was born in Japan and came to Canada in 1929. In IB47 he moved to Ontario where he resided M38 Union seeks sick pay for women WASHINGTON (AP) A union filed today what it said is the first lawsuit seeking to win sick pay for women temporarily off the Job to have a baby. The suit was filed in U.S. District Court in Richmond, Va., by the A P" L -C 1 0 International Union of Electrical Workers against General Electric Co. "Sickness and accident benefits amounting to 60 per cent of wages are paid for up to 2C weeks per disability under lUE's national contract with the union said. "GE has paid male employees these benefits for every kind and type of sickness and accident but has refused to pay any female employee for any absence due to disability arising from or related to pregnancy or childbirth." The union claimed this is a violation of provisions against sex discrimination under the 1964 U.S. Civil Rights Act. The suit asked a court order for GE to pay the benefits to seven women plaintiffs and to any other women employees, plus damages, court costs and lawyers' Passed away n the city on Wednesday, March 15, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. David Ross Adamson, at the age of 87 years of the Green Acres Lodge, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Martha Adamson. Funeral arrangements will be announced w ben completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C784 BURNS Arthur, passed awav in Surrey, B.C., Tuesday, March 14, 1972. Born in Gait, Ontario, November 4, 1891. Retired CPR conductor. Survived by loving wife, Mabel; sons, John and Fred of Surrey, B.C., Gordon r.f Pincher Creek; daughters, Mrs. Walter (N'jr-ma) Willetls, Mrs. Ken (Elaine) Anderson, Mrs. Nick (Maricne) Saler, Letlibridge, Mrs. Earn (Barbara) Kitagawa, Calgary and Mrs. Robert (Evelyn) Maguire of New Hope, ilinn. E-d 2t grandchildren. B.C. Memorial Society in charge of arrangements. In ieu of flowers, donations may >e sent to Heart Foundation. Israel rejects J F plan From REUTER-AP H 1 King Hussein's plan for solv- 3 ng the Palestine problem was under heavy fire today re- S ected by Israel, denounced by "'alestinian Arab guerrillas and flan proposed by Iraq suggest- n ng union with Egypt and Syria. The 36-y e a r -o 1 d Jordanian monarch's proposal, announced n Amman Wednesday, called S 'or a merger of the Israeli-held f West Bank of the River Jordan 6 with his East Bank to form a United Arab Kingdom. Within hours, Israel had re- jected it, saying it negated "the cause of peace and creates obstacles on the road towards its achievement." Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir's office insisted there had been no prior agreement on such a plan with Jordan as claimed by the Palestinian commandos and other opponents of Hussein, lli-s. Meir brushed off Hussein's proposal as a gimmick and said he would get the occupied West flank only by negotiating a peace treaty with Israel. SEIZED IN 1567 WAR Mrs. Meir told the Knesset, Israel's parliament, that her government will remain the sole ruler of the territory seized from Jordan in the 1967 war until peace is achieved "through serious negotiation." "This is a presumptuous one-sided announcement which not only doesn't serve the interest of peace, but also is likely to encourage extreme elements to seek war against she told the Knesset, Israel's parliament. But Israel's moderate press viewed the proposal less harshly, and one paper, the Marxist Al Hamishmar, praised tbe plan. "It is an expression of a desire for peace, and a clear hint of readiness to negotiate with the paper said. The influential Haaretz said Israel "has no call to be annoyed at King Hussein's readiness lo give the Palestinians their share of authority." Harold, passed away in Carclston on Tuesday, March 14, 1972, at the age of 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Bassie Westfall of Cardston. Mr. Westfall was born at Polk City, Iowa, U.S.A. and came to Canada in 1922 and :armed in the Jefferson area, 'n 1951 he moved into Cardston. He was an avid sports fan and was active in curling and jaseball. He was an elder in he Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Survivors, resides his loving wife, Bessie; two sons, Delman of Calgary, and Archie of Pueblo, Col.; nine grandchildren; five greatgrandchildren and a sister, Hulda Tingley of DCS Moines, Iowa. Funeral service will be held Friday, March 17, 1972, at 1 p.m. in the Aetna Fourth Ward Chapel in Cardslon with Bishop John Hollingsworth officiating. Interment writl follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon until prior to Ihe service at the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Solid-fuel rockets to be tested HOUSTON (Rculer) The U.S. space agency announced Wednesday it will use solid-fuel rockets for the first time i rnanncd spaceflight to launch the space shuttle. It also sprang a major surprise by saying the solid-fuel booster stage as well as the liquid-fuelled orbiter stage containing crew cabin and science payload will be recoverable and re-usable alter flight. Choosing this booster means development costs of the shuttle can be cut to 55 billion over six years instead of (he billioh approved by President Nixon in January, according to Wednesday's announcement by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The space shuttle is due lo Iw in operation by Ihe end of the decade. It will carry cretv and cargo into orbit and slay there for .seven lo no days hafore flving hack to base and landing In 19fi3 he came lo Loth-bridge w here he has residec until bis passing. Funeral anc wake services will be held Friday, March 17, 1972 at 8 p.m. in the Honpa Buddhist Church (3611 Forestry Ave. will Rev. Kawamura officiating Committal Services will be held Saturday, March IS, 1072 at 11 a.m. at the Calgarv Cre m a t o r i u m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funera Service. C780 Wednesday, Marc IS, 1972, .Sieve Urban, aged 77 j years, of lirooks, Alberta. Pre-1 deceased by his wife, Cecille Urban in 1050, Survivors are three daughters. Mrs. Dave (Agnes) Laux, Mrs. George (Julia) Csoszor, of BrooVs Mrs. Adrian (Helen) Moore o Calgary; two sons, Joseph o Calgary and Henry Urban o Brooks. Corn in Czechoslovakia he came to Canada in 1927 lr Golden Prairie, Saskatchewar in 1929, where he farmed unti 1945, moving to the Rrooks rlis Iricl, where he farmed nnti I9M, when be rclircd lo Brooks Due to ill health he lias re sided in tho Rivervicw Nursinp Home, Medicine Hat, for Ihe past three years. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St Mary's Catholic Church Rrooks, Saturday, a.m. with Rev. F. Mongeau official ing. Interment in Brooks ccm ctery. SMITH F U N F, R A I ;HOAIE, Brooks, Directors o service. 1 OF THANKS BURR I wish to thank the doctors of the Campbell Clinic and other doctors, all Ihe nurses, nursing aides and students of Gait School of Nursing; a special lhank you to all those who came to visit me. crowd cheers Devlin ruling NEWRY, Northern Ireland (AP) Bernadette Devlin, the Roman Calholic civil rights leader, received a suspended six-months sentence Wednesday for taking pp.rt in an illegal demonstration. A courtroom crowd cheered as Miss Devlin and 22 other demonstrators were given suspended sentences. They were convicted of defying a ban on parades and marching Feb. 6 to protest the shooting deaths of 13 Londonderry civilians In a clash with British paratroops. We sincerely thank everyone who assisted in anj way following the fire in our home February 8. This includes the Volunteer Fire Departmeni fcr thjir prompt action, all Hie churches, Ihe O.O.R.P., the Kinetic Club; relatives, friends am neighbors and all who donatcc cash and other gifts. Tina Warr and family Reading campaign KARACHI (AP) President Zulfikiir Ali Bhutto Wednesday he will nationalize all privately-owned schools in Pakistan and start a drive (o teach 40 million illiterate adults lo read. The sweeping educa tional reforms include provision of "universal and free ertuca lion" up to college-entrance level, the setting up of six more universities and a (ask force o young people to teach their eld ers to I would like lo ex press my sincere thanks lo m> relatives and friends for the visits, phone calls, cards, letters flowers and gifts that meant sc much to me during my stay ir the hospitals. Also thanks tc alt who sent food and were sc kind and helpful to my family I will always remember your kindnesses. Margaret Ford. MARKS MY I-AI MOSCOW (AP) The Sovie news agency Tass marked (he fourth anniversary of the M> massacre Thursday with i fiflO-word story caled Annivcr s.iry of Sanguinary Tragedy. Ir the course of the article, Tas< said: "Everybody saw tha American troops were bringing the Vietnamese people no psace as il is constantly con tended by W a s h i n t o n. bu death, devastation and tleslruc tion for long years, for whoU KILLS FIVE FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) Five men died Mondav when their U.S. Air Fcrce KC135 jet tanker crashed, exploded several times and burned at Car-swell Air Force Base here. The air force said the plane had just been with two members of a flight evaluation team. The two critics got off the plane and it took off again but crashed minutes later. Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS San Clarence Leonard (Clancy) Hayes, 63. a traditional jazz singer ap pcared with several bands, including Turk Murphy's and Bob March 16, 1972 THE U1HBR1DGE HERAID-19 Quick errands lo run? iViends to meet? When your calendar's jammed with ap- pointments, you'll he overjoyed i step into this skim. Printed Pattern 4517: NEW Elf Sizes lOVz, IZ'.i, H'.b, Ifilz, Size (bust 37) takes yards 35-inch fabric. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS <75c) coins (no stamps, please) 'or each pattern add 15 cenls 'or each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE. NAME, ADDRESS, .STYLE NUMBER. Send To: ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER. YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. 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