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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Friday, March 22, 1974 Western Region I ravaux publics Canada Region de I'Quest INVITATION TO TENDER SEALED TENDERS for the projects listed below addressed to the Chief Financial and Administrative Services 10th Floor One Thornton Court Edmonton Alberta T5J 2E7 and endorsed with the project name and number will be received until 11 30 a m (M S T) on the specified closing date Tender documents can be obtained through the Department of Public Works Canada Offices as listed below PROJECT No 85590 PRE-TENDER DEAERATOR Lethbndge Administration and Laboratory Building, Agriculture Canada, Lethbndge, Alberta OBTAINED 10th Floor One Thornton Court Edmonton Alberta VIEWED Construction Association Offices Edmonton Calgary Lethbndge Alberta CLOSING Thursday April 25 19T4 INFORMATION Mr A F Bohnen Edmonton Phone 425-7524 PROJECT No 85590 PRE-TENDER FOR PUMPS Lethbndge Administration and Laboratory Building, Agriculture Canada, Lethbndge, Alberta OBTAINED 10th Floor, One Thornton Court, Edmonton Alberta VIEWED Construction Association Offices Edmonton Calgary and Lethbndge Alberta CLOSING Thursday April 25 1974 INFORMATION Mr A F Bohnen Edmonton Phone 425-7524 INSTRUCTIONS To be considered each tender must be submitted on the forms supplied by the Department and must be accompanied by the security specified in the tender documents The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted A E Cook, Project Manager Western Region M108 Public Works Canada Region Travaux publics Canada Region de I'Quest INVITATION TO TENDER SEALED TENDERS for Ihe projects or services listed below addressed to the Chief cinancial and Administrative Services 10th Floor One Thornton Court EDMONTON Alberta T5J 2E7 and endorsed with the project name and number will be received until 11 30 a m (M S T) on the specified closing date Tender documents can be obtained through the Department of Public Works Canada Offices as listed below on payment of the applicable deposit PROJECT Project No. 85590 PRE-TENDER FOR CONTROLS Lethbndge Administration and Laboratory Building, Agriculture Canada, Lethbndge, Alberta OBTAINED 10th Floor One Thornton Court Edmonton Alberta VIEWED Construction Association Offices in Edmonton, Calgary Lethbndge Vancouver Toronto and the Builders Exchange Winnipeg Manitoba as well as the Departments Offices in Calgary Vancouver Toronto and Winnipeg CLOSING Thursday April 25 1974 DEPOSIT 00 certified bank cheque INFORMATION A F Bohnen Edmonton Phone 425-7524 PROJECT Project No 85590 PRE-TENDER FOR BOILERS Lethbndge Administration and Laboratory Building, Agriculture Canada, Lethbndge. Alberta. OBTAINED 10th Floor One Thornton Court. Edmonton Alberta VIEWED Construction Association Offices in Edmonton, Calgary Lethbndge. Vancouver Toronto and the Builders Exchange Winnipeg Manitoba as well as the Department s Offices in Calgary Vancouver Toronto and Winnipeg CLOSING Thursday April 25 1974 DEPOSIT 00 certified bank cheque INFORMATION Mr A F Bohnen Edmonton Phone 425-7524 INSTRUCTIONS Deposit for plans and specifications must be made m the form of a certified bank cheque made payable to the Receiver General of Canada through the offices as listed above The deposit will be released on return of the documents in good condition within one month from the date of tender opening To be considered each tender must be submitted on the forms supplied by the Department and must be accompanied by the security specified on the tender documents The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted A E. Cook, Project Manager Western Region M107 CORONET 4-DOOFI SEDAN Phoiw ROY WclNTOSH at 32S-W71 Now! Kino CHRYSLER DDDGE LTD. Corner oOrtf AW. and limstS. Ptwiw 32t-f271 Blow wind, blow Rex Curtis of Springdale, Ark., and four Oklahoma men have developed a car they say could help solve the fuel shortage. An electric car, it uses a windmill to charge its batteries. Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Qf Thanks IN MEMORIAMS MATY In loving memory of a wonderful father and grandfather, George Maty, March 22, 1969 Dearest Dad if only you knew How much we miss and long for you Behind our smiles there are many a tear For the one we lost and loved so dear Ever loved and remembered by your daughter Helen, husband George Hazuda, Barbie and John Lyall, your son, Mike Maty 757 GEORGESON In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Ray, who passed away March 22, 1973 We loved you so, we prayed to God that He would make you well, So we could keep you here with us still a little while to dwell, In tears we watched you fight for life and then as you heard God calling you to come to Him and dwell now Wtth the Lord. You slipped away in peace, you slept at last all pain is gone. We'll meet again someday dear dad in our eternal home missed by wife Lillian. Michael, Sharon, Barry. Jean and grandson Michael 738 MATY In loving memory of George Maty who passed away March 22, 1969. Grandpa, our thoughts of you are still as strong as yesterday's But are more stronger tomorrow. Your face lingers in our thoughts everyday The tears still come to our eyes When we remember your gentle ways And when we feel that we are in the We hold our heads up high, For we walk with God. He understands, we talk with God. He takes our hand, we pray to Hun each day. for He hears the Words and thoughts we have for you We remember you Grandpa Maty; granddaughter, Laurie 756 CURE eyes hospital strike TORONTO Ten Canadian Union of Public Employees locals, representing about hospital workers here, voted "overwhelmingly" Thursday in favor of strike action. Tom Edwards, CUPE co- ordinator of health service employees, said the hospital workers would walk off their jobs May 1 "if the government doesn't enter the picture" and help to resolve the situation. The union is seeking an hourly increase of on a one-year contract CARDS OF THANKS LODERMEIER -1 wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to my friends, relatives, and neighbours for their many acts of kindness, cards, donations and gifts thanks to all, Albert Lodermeier 737 POWELSON-Bert and Alice Powelson wish to thank all who helped in any way during a recent accident A special thanks to Arlidge Hill and Ralph Richardson who helped Alice out of the car and up the coulee hill. Thanks to the doctors and nurses of the Municipal Hospital so early in the morning. Thanks to all the people who phoned during the day to inquire about the state of her health. We are very thankful to have such wonderful friends and relatives and Alice is glad to be alive. Thank God for His generosity in sparing her life Bert and Alice Powelson 736 Fertilizer proposal opposed Local Liberal and New Democratic Party spokesmen today expressed concern about the giant fertilizer complex planned for the- Lethbridge area. Bob Tarleck, president of the Lethbridge Metro NDP association, said telegrams were sent Thursday to the federal and provincial ministers of industry, trade and commerce asking for a thorough investigation of all aspects of the proposed million venture. The Federal Liberal Association of Alberta said it is opposed in principle to the development because it involves export of vast quantities of energy from Alberta without approval of the National Energy Board, and there is some question whether any of the anhydrous ammonia produced will be available for sale in Alberta or the rest of Canada. The NDP raises the same questions and adds that the development may represent an attempt to circumvent the foreign investment review i-oard established by the federal government, since Farmland Industries, a large American company, appears to be financing the operation PARTIAL SALE COMPLETED TORONTO and B Automated Equipment Ltd. announced yesterday it has sold its steel conditioning equipment business to Centro Machinery Inr of Rockford. and Centro Machinery of Canada Ltd The sale for II million cash. Sears SATURDAY SPECIALS Limited Quantities Starts a.m. Personal Shopping Only His Hers Spectator Shirts 99 Ideal for camping or cool evenings. Warm blend of 70% wool, 20% nylon, 10% mohair. Square-bottom sty- ling with front button clos- ing, two buttoned flap pock- ets. Green and Brown. His sizes S, M, L, XL. Hers sizes 10, 12, 14, 16. Reg. Child Carrier For Front of Bike 1398 Reg Centre Girls' Stretch Denim Slacks 399 Navy and wine 4-6x. Reg. Infants Wear Deluxe Wilson Medalist 11 Pee. Golf Club Set 129" 98 Gladioli Bulbs 1 H IV Pkg. of 3 Begonias