Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
38 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, March 23. 197" PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE MATTER of the Estate Of ELISABETH HEMMINGS. late ol the City ol Lethbridge. In the Province of Alberta. Married Woman, who died on the 17th day of January, A.D. 1974. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitor by the 26th day ol April. A.D. 1974. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. MARTIN HOYT, ESQ.. 406 9th Street South lethbrldge. Alberta. Solicitor for the Administrator. CHARLES DAVID HEMMINGS. M121 GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA PUBLIC SALE OF LANDS UNDER THE TAX RECOVERY ACT, R.S.A 1970 COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO. 26 Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Tax Recovery Act the County of Lethbridge No. 26, will offer for sale by public auction at the office of the Secretary Treasurer Lethbridge, Alberta, on Thursday April 4, 1974. at a.m. o'clock in the forenoon, the following Pt. N.W. 15-11-19-4. Title No 43 C 143 Pt. N.E. 27-11-19-4. Title No. A R 226 Pt. S.E. 27-11-19-4. Title No. A R 226 N.E. 6-11-21-4. Title No. 146 T 20 Pt. N.W. 14-10-22-4. Title No 152 A 140 PI. S.W. 1-10-23-4. Title No. 99 X 246 N.E. 32-10-24-4. Title No. 56 C 177 S.E. 32-10-24-4. Title No. 56 C 177 Lot 12. Block 3. Plan 6489Y. Title No. 155 C 169 Lot 1. Block 8. Plan 6488J.K. Title No. 156 U 218 Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to the approval of the Minister of Municipal Affairs and subject to a reserve bid. and to the reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificates of title. TERMS- Cash Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time prior to the date of sale. DATED at Lethbridge. Alberta, this 22nd day Of January. 1974 R E GRANT COUNTY MANAGER M106 SEALED TENDERS will be receiver by the undersigned up to A.M on rriday. April 5th. 1974 for the construction of the following work- I1) Project. Improvement District No M Edson Area Gravel Excavating Crushing and Stockpiling (128.00C cubic-yards) (2) Project Secondary Road 899 South of Bodo to South of Provost Mite 14 46 to Mite 27 11 Grading ano Other Work Approximate Quantities 754.000 cubic yards excavation Contracts and Specifications may obtained at the Office of the Chiel Maintenance Engineer. Highways Building. Edmonton. Alberta, the Cilice of the District Engineer. 402C Bownes1; Hoad. N W Calgary Alherla and the office of the District rngineer. Administration Building Ipthbridqe. Alberta and will be available to individuals operating ir HIP Province of Alberta or tc partnerships or corporations registered in the Province of Alberta A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollar? will be required for each '.opy of Contract and Specifications laxen Profiles will be supplied upor 3 further deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars (S25 Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of the Tender fenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V E McCune DEPUTY. MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS "AND TRANSPORT M10? DIAL BEFORE YOU DIG! Call CABLE LOCATION SERVICE WELL IN ADVANCE Dial "0" (Zero) and ask for Zenith 07128 (Toll Free) THANK YOU. PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER Tenders will be accepted by the undersigned for the supply of dlesel. gasoline, fuel oil and propane as required for a period of one year from date of acceptance of tender. Tenders close April 4. 1974. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. K. Duncan Secretary Treasurer County of Warner No. 5 Warner. Alberta M97 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the estate of ROSEMARY ROGER, also known as ROSEMARY RODGER and ROSEMARY T. RODGER, late ot the City ol Lethbridge. in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 21st day of December. A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the Solicitors for the Executrix by the 26th day of April. A.D. 1974. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY, BAINES LLEWELLYN Solicitors for tne Executrix 309 Canada Trust Building LETHBRIDGE. Alberta M71 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBOIDGC IN.THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ALFRED DARBY late, of Cardston in the Province of Alberta retired farmer, who died on or about the 21st day of January A.D. 1974. TAKE NOTICE THAT all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 27th day of April A.D. 1974 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY AND BAINES Barristers Solicitors 309 Canada Trust Building Alberta Solicitors for the Executor Mr. Louis Alfred Darby M98 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION DIVISION SEALED TENDERS will be received by-the undersigned, up to 2-30 p.m Edmonton time on April 19. 1974. at the Design and Construction Division Office, located on the 4th floor of the Milner Building. 10040 104th Street. Edmonton. Alberta, for the construction of "Gull Lake Stabilization 11." intake system and pumphouse facility is located on the Blindman River. N.E. vt Section 28. TP 40. R. 1. W5. approximately one mile nonh and one mile west of the Town of Bentley The Main items of work and approximate quantities are as follows 1 Excavation of 950 feet of approach canal involving 40.500 cubic yards. 2 Construction of a pumping statior complete with all equipment anc appurtenances. The pumphouse superstructure shall be of either stee or masonry block construction. 3 Supply and installation of 420C feet of 30 inch diameter steel pipeline or concrete pipeline 4. Construction of site work including access road and dam. Tenders shall be clearly marked "Guli Lake Stabilization Project Contract Plans and specifications may be obtained from the office located at the above address. or the Department Offices located in the Provincial Administration Building Lethbridge and the J J Bowler Building. Room 601. 620 7th Avenue S W.. Calgary on deposit of b> cash or certified cheque made payable to the Provincial Treasurer ot Alberta Tenderers are requested to submit bids on Alternative A. steel pumphouse superstructure and steel pipeline plus all other items of work related tc the project AND Alternative B. masonry pumphouse superstructure and concrete pipeline plus all other items of work related to the project. Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or Bid Bone made payable to the Provincial Treasurer, equal to 10% of the Tender, and such other forms as specified in the Tender documents Tenders will be opened in public The owes! or any tender will no' necessarily be accepted, -or further information contact Mr. P Melnychuk. Director. 425-1130. t. E. Ballantyne. D V M Deputy Minister M10C- PUBLIC NOTICE TENDERS Will be accepted until noon April 5 1974 for the following: 12 45 gal. drums amlne 80 oz. 500 gals. Tordon 22K Submit applications to R. W. Legge Secretary Manager M. D. of 6 Cardston, Alberta M110 TENDER Sealed tenders marked "Iron Springs Property Bid" will be received by the Parish Council of St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church, Picture Butte up to 12 noon MST. Monday April 15. 1974 for the sale of lots 1 to 3. Blk. 7, Plan 1041EA. the former site of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church in Iron Springs. These lots are offered for sale exclusive ol certain especially marked trees which will be removed prior to the sale. Highest or any tender will noi necessarily be accepted. Ear: Gibbons. Chairman. St. Catherine's Parish Council. St. Catherine's Parish Picture Butte M101 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE MATTER of the Estate of THOMAS GIBSON EDGAR, late of the City of Lethbridge. in the Province of Alberta. Retired, who died on the 15th day of February. A.D. 1974. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitor by the 26th day of April. A D 1974. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them MARTIN HOYT. ESQ.. 406 9th Street South. Lethbridqe. Alberta. Solicitor for the Executrix. JANET D LARSEN M119 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE MATTER of the Estate of IDA MARIA MCKINNON. late of the City of Lethbridge. in the Province of Alberta. Widow, who died on the 23rd day of January. A D 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate.of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitor by the 3rd day of May. A D 1974. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them MARTIN HOYT. ESQ.. 406 9th Street South. Lethbridqe. Alberta Solicitor for the Executrix. MINNIE HUESKEN. M120 TENDERS. The County of Mountain View No. 17 hereby invites tenders for the services of a motor scraper comparable to a Caterpillar No 627 or No 631 for the 1974 road construction season The tender price shall be all inclusive e.g. operator, fuel, maintanance The successful tender will be operating along with two other Caterpillars No 627 on road construction and will be working on a one shift per day basis Tenders will be accepted by the undersigned until 1000 a.m. March 27th. 1974 LOWEST or ANY Tender not negessarily accepted F J Dawley. County Commissioner PO Box 100 Didsbury. Alberta TOM OWO M68 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE of FRANCIS WARD IRVINE, late of Barons, in the Province of Alberta. Farmer, who died on the 3rd day of March. A.D. 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 22nd day ot April. A.D. 1974. A FULL STATEMENT OF THEIR CLAIMS AND OF SECURITIES HELD BY THEM SPANOS. MATISZ PETA. 424 7th Street South. Lethbridge. Alberta. (Solicitors for the Executors) M72 PLAN TUBE PLANT TORONTO Noranda Metal Industries Ltd.. wholly- owned subsidiary of Noranda Mines Ltd.. announced Friday it will invest million in a nuclear tube plant at Amprior. Ont. A million federal incentive grant is involved. The plant, to provide tubes for the Candu reactor, is to begin operating in early 1976 and will create about 100 jobs. Arnprior is about 30 miles west of Ottawa. Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH HOULT Lois and Cy are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Jerry Lynn on March 10, 1974, St. Michael's Hospital. 856 DEATHS ANDERSON Eileen R. of Lethbridge. passed away in Calgary on Saturday, March 23rd. 1974 at the age of 77 years, beloved wife of the late Donald Anderson of Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C8293 JACKSON Passed away in the city on Friday, March 22. 1974. following a lengthy illness. Catherine Ruth Jack- son at the age of 16 years, formerly of 636 20th St. S., beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Jackson. Born in Ponoka. Alberta in 1961, she made several moves with her parents to Rocky Mountain House. Brooks. Lethbridge in 1967. Regina and returned to Lethbridge in 1969 where she attended Allan Watson School and Hamilton Junior High until ill health and has since then taken correspondence school which she continued to do until her passing. She is survived by her parents, one sister. Christine at home, and her grandfather. Mr. Reginald Jackson, of Cobourg. Ontario. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Monday. March in First United Church. 502 13th Street N. with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot. Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C8290 STEEN Anna Marie, passed away in Lethbridge on Thursday. March 21st, 1974 at the age of 73 years, beloved wife of the late Michael John (Mike) Steen of Lethbridge. formerly of Enchant. Mrs. Steen was born in Sisseton. S. Dakota on April 7th. 1900 and came to Canada with her foster parents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Howg to Enchant in 1910. She was married to Michael Steen in 1922 and they lived in Enchant until 1946 when they moved into Lethbridge. where she was residing at the time of her passing. She leaves to mourn her passing four children. Robert and pelmer of Enchant. Mrs. Lillian Pruitt and Mrs. Arlys Marshall, both of Calgary: five grandchildren. Debra Piea and Dionne Steen of Coaldale. Darrell Steen of Enchant. Blair Pruitt and Londa Marshall of Calgary: one sister. Mrs. Nora Stenberg of Lebonon. Oregon and a foster jrother Arthur Howg of "algary. She was predeceased iy her husband on April 20th. 1970 and by a brother. Peter 3jugan. Funeral services will x? held in the Christensen Chapel on Monday. March 25th at 3 p.m.. with Rev. H. J. Fost officiating. Interment will follow in the Mt. View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME ,TD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C8291 Call SPRING CLEANING! AIR VAC 328-0286 Here's what we do: Entire duct system to r wi MM motor K09f OfO ClOOfMNf OfM A PROPER CLEANING DOESNT COST, IT PAYS1 CALL AIR VAC A DIVISION OF NEUKO Sheet Metal Ltd. Complete Furnace Service Work and Repair 1811 2nd AwniM South PhoiM 328-0286 DEATHS WILLS Frank of Hillspring, passed away in Lethbridge on Friday, March 22nd, 1974 at the age of 69 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Rita Wills of Hillspring. .Mr. Wills was born in England on April 22. 1904 and came to Coaldale in 1927. He joined the Calgary Highlanders in 1939 and served overseas during Second World War with the occupational forces in Germany until 1949. Upon returning, moved to Hillspring and was residing there at the time of his passing. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife Rita, one sister, Alice Giles in England. Funeral services will be held at Graveside iir the Hillspring Cemetery on Monday at 1 p.m.. with Bishop Sheldon Wynder officiating. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Cardston. Directors of Funeral Service. C8292 SMITH Passed away in the city on Thursday, March 21. 1974. following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Elizabeth Isabella Smith at the age of 87 years, formerly of 957 8th St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. Albert Ernest Seymour Smith. Born, raised and educated in England, the. late Mrs. Smith came to Canada to Lethbridge in 1920 where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by one son. Mr. Seymour J. Smith of Lethbridge: three sisters. Mrs. Jean Louise Esson of Baltimore. Maryland. Mrs. D. R. (Helen) Taylor and Miss Margaret McNeill. both in England. She was predeceased by her husband in 1965. The funeral service will be held at 3.00 p.m. on Monday. March 25. 1974 in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Ave. S. (Phone 328-2361) with Rev. Keith Churchill officiating. Interment will follow in the family' plot. Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C8289 IN MEMORIAMS TEDESCO In loving memory of a dear husband and father. Ralph Tedesco, who passed away March 24, 1951. remembered by his wife and family. 841 BAPTISTE In loving memory of "Granny" Baptiste who passed away Feb. 24, 1968 at the age of 91; beloved mother of Mrs. Vera Burroughs of Taber. Ever remembered by granddaughter, Mrs. G. Albritton and three great- grandchildren. 859 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, Laurie, Patti and Douglas: George Hazuda: Barbie and John Lyall; your son, Mike Maty. 757 JENSEN In loving memory of Weste M., who passed away suddenly on March 23. 1970. A brother and son laid to rest. For each of us he did his best. His place on earth no one can Fill, We miss you. Weste. and always will. Although we smile and make no fuss. No one misses you more than us. What we would give if we could say "Hello. in the same ok) way. To hear your voice, to see vou smile. To sit and chat with you awhile. Even though you left without a farewell. And your thoughts were unknown. You left many memories we are proud to own. remembered by mom, dad, Audrey, Joan, Lome and families.____ CRT? care HOFMAN We wish to express pur sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all of our friends, neighbors and relatives for all their kindnesses, food, flowers and cards of sympathy extended to us during the recent passing of our beloved husband and father. A special thanks to his doctor and the nurse of the Intensive Care at St. Michael's Hospital and also to Rev. Hankinson. Also, thanks to the pallbearers. Thank you to the Tuesday night Ladies' Aid (Bible Study Group) and choir of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Elizabeth Hofman and Mrs. T. Dykstra and Mrs. K. Morrison -Mr. and Mrs. H. Vandersteen and Mrs. E. Hegi and Mrs. Henry Hofman (Jr.) 837 FP Publications list executive changes CARDS OF THANKS HOULT We wish to thank the doctor, nurses and staff on maternity at St. Michael's Hospital for the kindness extended. Hoult and 857 ZfcZULKA I wish to express my sincere thanks to the doctors and nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the care given me during my stay in the hospital; to my family, relatives and friends for their visits, flowers, cards and gifts. Zezulka AMLIN A most sincere thank you to our relatives, friends, neighbours and to all who helped and contributed in any way to the success of our auction sale. Many thanks to the Ladies' Variety Club who served lunch and to Handley Enterprises for services well done. Edna, Amlin and family 840 COLEMAN I would like to express my heartfelt appreciation to my doctor and the nursing staff on Second Main, St. Michael's for the devoted care given to me while a patient there. Also to the .wonderful friends who visited me, sent flowers, gifts, cards and who called Lorna at the house. Bless you all. Coleman 858 FLICKINGER I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to the doctors, nurses and staff of Municipal Hospital for the care and kindness extended during my hospitalization. Many thanks also to relatives, friends and neighbors for gifts, flowers, cards, letters, and visits. They were so much appreciated. Irene Flickinger Taber. Alberta. 839 WINNIPEG (CP) R.S. Ma- Ipne, 64, is resigning as pub- lisher of the Winnipeg Free Press to become publisher and editor-in-chief of the Toronto Globe and Mail. His son, Richard C. Malone, 33, becomes publisher and R.H. Shelford, 58, president and general manager of The Free Press and The Free Press Weekly. The appointments were an- nounced here Friday by the head office of FP Publications. They are effective March 31. R.S. Malone's appointment coincides with retirement of James L. Cooper, 67. president and publisher of The Globe and Mail. Mr. Cooper said his health would not permit him to stay on but he will remain as a director of the paper. R. Howard Webster, chair- man of the board, becomes president of The Globe and Mail while remaining as chairman and Earle B. Richards, vice-president and general manager, becomes executive vice president and general manager. REMAINS CHAIRMAN R.S. Malone, associated with the Winnipeg newspaper for 36 years, will remain chairman of the Free Press board and will continue as president of FP Publications. While much of the head- office operating functions of the FP Publications group will. be carried out from Toronto in future, the announcement said present plans call for an office to be maintained in Winnipeg. Mr. Shelford, except for wartime military service, has been associated with The IFYee Press since 1936. A University of Manitoba graduate, he has been general manager for the last six years. Richard C. Malone is a graduate of the University of British Columbia and the Manitoba Law School. He first joined The Free Press in 1966, spending two years each with the Ottawa Journal and The Globe and Mail before returning to The Free Press in 1972. Mr. Cooper, a native of Eng- land, began his newspaper ca- reer on British papers and came to Canada first in 1947 as staff correspondent the London Daily. Express. He was chief of the New York bureau of The Express 1955-57 and joined The Globe and Mail in 1958 as organizer ok" its overseas edition in London. He returned to Canada in 1959 as assistant to pubb'sher Oakley Dalgleish, was appointed vice-president and editor-in-chief in 1963 and publisher in 1965. Soccer scores LONDON (CP) Old Country soccer results Saturday. ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 2 Man City 0 Coventry 0 Queen's PR 1 Derby 2 Ipswich 0 Kverton 1 Chelsea 1 Leeds I Burnley 4 Man United 0 Tottenham 1 Newcastle 1 Leicester 1 Norwich 4 Stoke 0 Sheffield U 1 West Ham 0 Southampton 0 Birmingham 2 Wolverhampton 0 Liverpool 1 Division II Aston Villa 4 Portsmouth 1 Blackpool 3 Preston 0 Bolton 1 Luton 0 Cardiff I Millwall 3 Crystal P 3 Bristol C 1 Fulham 2 Notts F 0 Hull I Carlisle 1 Middlesbrough 1 Oxford 0 Notts C I West Brom 0 Orient 0 Sheddield W 1 Swindon 0 Sunderland 2 Division III Blackburn 4 Bournemouth 3 Brighton 1 Huddersfield 2 Bristol R 0 Walsall 2 Charlton 2 Cambridge 0 Grimsby 1 Wrexham 1 Halifax 1 Plymouth 0 Oldham 1 Hereford 1 I'ort Vale 0 Aldetshot 1 Tranmere 1 Chesterfield 2 Watford 4 Rochdale 0 Southport 1 Shrewsbury 0 Division IV Barnsley 3 Kxeter 0 Brentford 1 Workington 1 Chester 2 Scunthorpe 0 Crewe I Hartlepool 3 Lincolm 2 Swansea 2 Peterborough 2 Bury 2 Torquay 0 Gillingham 1 Storkport 0 Rotherham 1. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Ayr 1 Arbroath 2 CJydeO Morton 2 Dundee vs. Hibernian, ppd. ground unfit Kast Fife 0 Dundee U 2 Kalkirk 0 Rangers 0 Hearts 0 Aberdeen 0 Motherwell I Dunfermline 0 Patrick 2 Celtic 0 St. Johnstone 3 Dumbarton 3 Division II Albion 0 Raith 1 AI loa Stranraer 2. ppd from Jan. 5 Brechin 2 Sriling- 5 Clyde-bank 2 Queens Park 0 Cowdenbeath 4 Montrose 3 Korfar 3 Kilmarnock 5 Queen of S 1 Airdrieonians 1 St. Mirren 2 Hamilton 2 Stenhousemuir 3 East Stirling 2 Berwick Rangers vs Alloa was played Jan. 26. Berwick won 1-0 Irish Cup Semi-Finals Ards 4 Glenavon 2 Ballvmena 1 Lame 1 Languages official reports bilingualism alive and well By ANDY ROY OTTAWA (CP) Bilingual- ism isn't sweeping the country but progress is being made, official languages commissioner Keith Spicer says in his third annual report The 513-page report tabled in the House Thursday, lists "some reasons not to weep" and evaluates efforts at implem ntation of the Official Languages Act by 38 government departments. U also lists complaints he received in the last year and com- plimentary and abusive. "Among striking trends the commissioner notes in his travels and tumammleHce is the stronger will of parents, especially English-speaking, to have their children learn Canada's other official language." he says. He also cites the federal fi- nancial assistance to the provinces for second- language training as commendable leadership and "thinks it reasonable to repeal last year's hope that money Parliament votes for language will be spent on lan- guage." In an interview in his office, Mr. Spicer said there are still some problems in the civil service. "The government has spent plenty of time on reassuring English-speaking public ser- he said. "In our first report in 1971, we suggested that unilinguals should have the right to com- pete for bilingual jobs and should have six months warning that the jobs were going to be designated bilingual. The government has done this and I think that is great. "Now. having done this for the English public servants, it's time that the government spent the same imagination, boldness and energy on defining the conditions in which French-speaking public servants can work in their own language." He described Air Canada's compliance with the Official Languages Act as fitful and sparing. Six or seven other de- partments, he said, are drag- ging their feet. "Others are doing well, and we did not try to establish a catalogue of crimes against bilingualism. but tried as best we could without pretention to say which departments were trying Parks, for example, are doing a hell of a good he said. "The armed forces have Hone well, the RCMP has tried. I've acquired a new admiration for some quasi- military systems who seem to be able to respect the act in a way that other departments have not" Service office planned for B.C. HenM Ottawa Burem OTTAWA The Canadian government's services and supply department will open a regional office in British Colombia in May which should lead to more federal government contracts being placed in western provinces. Services and Supply Minister .lean-Pierre Goyer told the commons Friday. He was replying to questions asked by Barry Mather (NDP- Surrey-White The B.C. member noted that the minister's department is now respon- sible for placing about II bil- lion worth of federal contracts across Canada every year.