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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta WMfrxtdoy, March 11, T97J m tCTHBRIDOE HERAIO 29 Brando turns dawn Edmonton Tory seeks I CaA Of Jn 'emonamA [Hollywood award DEATH ORICH Passed away sud- denly in the city on Tuesday, March 27, Mr. Matt Oricli at the age Of 47 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Lucille Oricli of 280 7th Avenue A. S. Funeral arrangements will ba announc- ed when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C8M9 90 CONTRACTS DEATHS HUNTER Miss Isobel, passed away on 25, 1973 in the Vancouver Gen- eral Hospital. She was a repre- sentative for Helena Ruben- stein for 11 years in B.C. and Alberta. Survivors include Mrs. Hank (Nell) Palfrey, Leth- bridge, Mrs. William (Ruby) Clemenls, Calgary, Mrs. Dave (Edith) Walker, Edmonton and Mr. George Hunter, Victoria. Funeral services will ba held on Thursday, March 31 with Nunn and Thomson Funeral Directors DEATHS HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) I Cabaret pushed Tlw Godfather aside in the Oscar awards Tuesday night but Marlon open economic meeting OARAGE BUILDING, C E M EKIT work and stuccoing. "orenson Construction, WO Jlh Me S. Phone C737MI .PORKKA Passed away in Branlio woll tlie best actor tile city on Tuesday, March 27, Knt a Apache prin- W73, Mrs. Matilda Poikka at cess along to say he w.ouid not the ago of 74 years of 2501 15th aeccpt u. Ave. S., beloved of Hie cabaret, a mnsical about dec- late Mr. Walter Forkka. Funer- pre Nazj Berlin, won al arrangements will be an- cignt awards to three lor The nouoced when completed. MAR- Godfather. TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of But Godfather, biggest _ -.-.j.- money-making film in history, C83481 won the crucial best-film prize. Brando played in the title role ihe Funeral Service. AND EQUIPMENT loaders, heaters. Phone 2nd Ave. S, GOGOLINSKI R oderlck, jn The Godfather, passed away in Slave Lake on The Oscars for .Cabaret in- Tuesday, March 27, 1973, at the duded a best-actress statuette in charge. "go 21 years, beloved son of for Liza MlnneUI, the award for 94 60 Mr. and Mrs. Barney Gogo- best supporting actor to Joel llnski of Orion. Funeral a r- Gray and one for best director rangements will be announced to Bob Fosse, when completed. CHRISTEN- Brando, turning down the BURLES Passed away in SEN SALMON FUNERAL award because of the United the city on Sunday, March 25, HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- states government's treatment 1973 following a brief Illness, neral Service. of Indians, became the second Mr. Percy Samuel Buries at the nu7' age of 93 years of 1807 6th Av- enue A. N., be'ovcd husband of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Buries. She said the refusal was "no meant to demean or embarras those who believe in the cuv torn" of ihe Oscar. "The American Indian was cheated and starved and she said, tdding that "history will surely judge us be- cause our treatment of the In- dian tor the past 100 years con- tradicts that we are hu- mane and shows that we do no! live up to our promises." "What has this go to do wilh the Academy she quoied Brando. "I think UJB an- swer is that the motion picture industry is as responsible as any in making the charcter of he Indian anil presenting tham as savage and evil." She concluded: "I think awards at lliis time are in- appropriate until these condi- tions are corrected. Comedian Charlie Chaplin, 83 By PAUL JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau I of powers, transportation, and the development ol manufac- __. luring industries. OTTAWA Alberta MP Howevor, he indicated he was Uoug Roche warned Prime Min- cautious about being optimistic ister Pierre Elliott Tnideau in to see federal bu- the House of Commons Tuesday reaucracy stabilized 'and de- night that the federal govern- centralized. ment would be eomrrutilng the He sajd public works pro- "ultimale sham" if it held the much-championed Western oco- matter nomle conference behind closed West still has a long Woy to go in its fight for equity. C5347 PUBLIC NOTICE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION BRANCH SEALED TENDERS Vflll be received by Ihe unedrslgned up to FUNERAL 111 nlynv.ay t, 1 IK I H Dt St. Albert Mile 0.00 to Mile 4.60 Highway 2EA N cf Jet. Hwy. 33 to Namao Mile O.EO to Mile 3.73 AsphaUlc Concrete Pavement Approximate dummy: ffl.WO Tons AsphaMk Concrete (from source ol Contractor's choice) V.j9ofYGlb'oo'n5 lo N. ot Jet. Hwy. 37 MID to Mile 3S.38 and Mile O.CO to Mile 0.9B Highway 37 Gibbons to Jcl. Hv.-v. 36 Mil? to Mil! 11.01 Grading, Soil-Cement Base Course ar.d Other Approximate Quantities: 736 OCO cucic Yards ot Excavalio 40.000 Tons of Soll-Cc-menl Mixture Tons cf Asphaltlc C ravel Base 287.KO Ton Miles Haul Conlract antl Specllications may be obtained al the office ol t n e CM) Construction Engineer, Highways Build Inc. Edmonlcri, Alta., th! office cf Ihe District Engineer, 1707 Sixth Stree N Calgary, Alberta, and Ihe offlc of the District Engineer, Admlntslratlo Building, Lcthbrldge, Alberta, and wl be available only to individuals reg Islered and operallng in the Provlnc of Alberta, or to partnerships or cor Derations registered and operating I and who have established a fixed of business In the Province ot Alberta A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken, Each bid must be accompanitd by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be open- ed In public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. v. E. MeCune, Deputy Minister of Highways )nd Transport. lie aalu ivll a. i The funeral service mil ba held DYER Funeral service for on Thursday at 2 p.m. in St. Herbert John Dyer, beloved Aiden's Ariglican Church at husband of Mrs. Sylvia Dyer Cowlev, with Hev. R. n. GrU- of Pincher Creek who died inns officiating. Interment will Tuesday, March 20, 1973, was in the Livingston Ceme- held at'2 p.m. Friday, March lory. Friends pay their 23, in St. John's Anglican respects at the church from l Church with Kev. R. Griffiths pm until service time. MAR- officiating. Pallbearers were TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Reginald Beere, Bill Everts, Ihe Funeral Sen-ice. Richard Graham, Shirley Hin- C8350 man, Edward Lunn and Ken Soady. Honorary pallbearers .were Robert Dobbs, WUliam Crook, Adrian DeGroot, Ted ,1. Am.n, Dillmer, Elmer McNellis and MOUNT Alice Amelia, d y Interment was _- j ,_ I AWM..B-_ icw Cemetery. ____ Home Ltd., Di- Funeral Service at charge actor to do so in the academy's 45-year history. George C. Scott refused to accept his Oscar for Patton two years ago. Brando's representative. In dian activist Shasheen Littlefea- ther, dressed in Indian costume and beaded head band, said: "Mr. Brando very regretfully cannot accept this very gener- ous award, the reason being the treatment of Indians." BEADS STATEMENT Reading a five-minute state- ment by Brando lo the press after leaving the stage, Miss Littlefather said Brando felt he could do more good in Wounded Knee than at the Oscar presen-1 tatlons. 1973.74 showed that no "beautiful the Koche (HC Edmonton "With every passing day as a doors. Strathcona) told the Commons I mernber Parliament in Ot ie was "shocked" to learn that (avva I become more convinced Members of Parliament would Unat the federal government is have no part, to even To big, too dominant, too ex- as the historic pensive and imposes itself too federal-provincial conference much on peoples's lives." scheduled for this summer this bureaucracy ever won his first professiona academy award for the musica score of Limelight, a picture he made more than 20 years ago. Chaplin is recipient ot two honorary awards. The film, withdrew from U.S. movie theatres in the bitler con- troversy over Chaplin's polilical views and private life, qualified by being released for the first time in Los Angeles last year. Master of ceremonies Charl- ton Heston, who arrived late be- cause he got a flat tire on the id no one stopped to 'I want to warn the Liberal bc ijmjted? Obviously not this government that if it holds this year For public works de- historic conference behind partment Is rushing along on a closed doors ar.d excludes West- spending program for Ottawa ren members of Parliament that the total amount o that this vril ba the ultimate public works spending in. sham in ignoring the noble 1 fom. Western provinces and tw phrase of the prime minister northern territories combined. mal that the capital o! our na- tion does increase; we are all in favor of The Edmonton MP told the Commons he was certainly not in favor of this "never ending escalation of civil servants who need ever more office space" and neither are millions of other Canadians who do not live n the capital city. "No wonder the federal gov- ernment's budget has tripled in ten years and that the 1973-74 estimates will see a 17 per cent ncrease in expenditures. Ten years ago there were civil servants and today there are Ten years ago the government payroll for civil servants was and onto your is said Mr. Roche. The Edmonton MP stressed that if the number of per- manent civil servants was larticipatory democracy." The Progressive Conservative that the department is working IP said the conference will on 22 major projects in the city oubtlessly import many civil of Oltawa at a cost of mil- servants from lion. In the entire West and vho know nothing of conditions North the department will n the advisors. spend just million on new "And the very people who projects." aiow a lot about the West-, the Mr. Roche, who whipped Ub- >eople who have been elected eral incumbent Hu Harries'last as MPs and have the confidence ejection day, said other figures of Westerners, will be' ex- show that the full spending AWARD FOR CHARITY arrangements. Lln- rtl l patttd in the city on Tuesday March 27, 1WS, at the age Funeral B5 years, beloved wife of the r'uc" late Alfred Mount of 23119th St. N. Mrs. Mount was born in Eastborn Kent, England, where te received her education ore coming to Canada and .flthbridge in M09. She was one of the Original Old Timers of She leaves _________ mourn her passing: two sons, I i" of "Municipal Hospital for the George W. of Lethbridge and they gave me Edwin A. of Calgary; one wllite a patient; and all friends daughter, Eva Mount of Leth- bridge; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband Alfred in 1359 ano> by a son, Reginald in 1971. ser- BRUCHET and Mrs. vices will be held Thursday, George Bruchet wish to thank March 29, 1973, at p.m. in the doctors, Father Field, the tho Christensen Chapel, with sisters and staff of St. Mich- She did not make clear Frank Sinatra presented an whether Brando intended going honorary award to veteran ac to the besieged South Dakota tress R0saund Russell for he town where militant Indians are (-harHaMc work, holding out against government QSCW for best supportin CARDS OF THANKS SHERMAN I wish to thank the doctor and nurses of Med. relatives, and that jnt gifts, flowers and cards. Annie Sherman 9426 forces. I actress went to Broadway ve Her academy statement was eran Eileen Hetkart for he greeted with a mixture of boos the mother of the Win and cheers. bov jn Butterflies Are Free Backstage, Miss Littlefealher wnich she played bolh read the complete text Brando's refusal of the Oscar. Broadway and in the movie. "The 1973-74 estimates show he warned. Imdqet for all federal operations In effect the government in the city of Ottawa was will be penalizing Albertsns for million while the combine< voting Conservative by keeping budget for the entire West and out of the conference any feder- North amounted to million. aly elected AUrerta vcice." The Alberta MP said Public The Edmonton Strathcona MP Works Minister Jean-Eudes said this is hardly any way to Dub e had justified thi start a Western conference of 'enormous" expenditure in 01 rediscovery and reconciliation, tawa because the number o Mr. Roche said that, never- civil servants is increasing b theless, he hopes the conference five to six per cent yearly "an will be a vehicle to move the you have to find space to house high enough, total estimated oasts for professional and out- side services In 1973-74 was increase of rail- on over last year. Mr. Hoche said Canada must ank as Ihe most over-governed ation on earth and Canadian axpayers are fed up wilh the lureaucracy and expenditures. Talks continue EDMONTON (OP) ations are continuing with Syn- crude Canada Ltd. over a gov- ernment stipulation that Alberta citizens must be able to share in development of the Athabas- ca oil sands, Mines Minister Bill Dickie told the legislature. cauntry ahead in a positive them." manner and that the federal Continued Mr. Roche: 'The Liberal government will listen he went on to make the increc to Western ideas on taxation, ible statement that becaus energy, agriculture, distribution' Canada is prosperous it is no Replying fo Social Credit House leader James Hen- derson, he said the government has not received official nolili- cation whether Syncrude plans to proceed wilh its multi mil- lion-dollar oil sands project as scheduled on Aug. 31. He said the company has made no official request for an extension. Connally 'nearly switched' APPLIANCE! 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 Archdeacon C. Swsnson offlci' aling. Cremation to follow. Flowers gratefully declined, those who wish may donate to the charity of then- choice. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., .Directors ol Funeral Service. C8346 ael's Hospital for the wonder-1 NEW YORK (AP) John B. ful care given them; also the priests of St. Patrick's Church, friends and relatives for pray- ers, gifts, cards and visits dur- ing their stay in the hospital. 9457 PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF UTHBR1DGE IN THE MATTER THE PLANNING ACT, BEING CHAPTER W4 U.S.A. 1970 AIID AMENDMENTS THERETO AMD If! THE MATTER of the Clly of Lethbrldfle By-Law 3103. being a lo amend By-Law No. 27M, bsln By-Law wllh respect to lonlng Icr the City ol Lethbrlt, 7AKE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the Jth day ol April, It tile hour of eight o'clock in the aflerncon in Ihe Council Chamber ol Clly Hall, the Council rf Ihe Clly of Lethbridge will hold a Public Hearing pur suant lo Section 130 ef The Planning Act to consider a proposed By-Law Ho. 3103 to amend By-Law No. 2750 Kno'.vn as the Zoning By-Lav.-. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT Ihe proposed By-Law 3108 will amend the Zoning Map by deleling from Rl RESIDENTIAL and del Sealing as Zone Ci NEI6HBOURHOOD COMMERCIAL those lands des- cribed is: Lot Two (3) In Block Eight IB) as outlined In an unregistered Plan of the City of Lelhbrldge prepared by T. Otcamvjra, A.L.S. as LS-02B5 containing 55 acres more or less, being bounded by isrh and 18th Avenues North and lying west of 33rd Street JLJ L 18 m. AVE.' No. IN MEMORIAL ELDHUIS In loving mem- of a dear husband, dad and ndad, Henry, who passed way Mso-ch 28, 1972. Peacefully sleeping, resting at last, Earth's weary troubles and trials are past, n silence he suffered, with patience he bore, Till God called him home to suffer no more. Wherever we go, wtiatever we do, Always, deftf dad, we remem- ber you. missed by your loving wife, Effie, Hendrika and Ben, Dian-1, Donna and Bon- ends 11 Ulster BELFAST (Renter) Shoot- ing and bombing have returned o Northern Ireland on a large calc, ending a brief lull coin- iding with Britain's prescnta- ion last week of its proposals or Ulster's future. Numerous explosions rocked Belfast and Londonderry, Northern Ireland's second larg- est city, Tuesday. A British soldier was killed when an armored car was blown up by a 500-pound mine on a country road. The Irish Republican Army's militant Provisional wing later claimed responsibility for the explosion. In Belfast, a young man be- lieved to have been on the Brit- ish Army's list of wanted men was shot to death by troops in the Catholic Ardoyne district. The army fiaid he was spotted pointing a weapon at a military foot patrol. Connally was on the brink of switching to the Republican- party last week but stopped short due to the growing furore over possible White House in- volvement in the Watergate I break-in, sources said today. The former Texas governor is I reported stilt uncertain as to whether he wants to run for president in 1976 but apparently has no doubts remaining about his inclination to forsake his life-long allegiance to Democratic party. Sources said he was primed I to make the switch last week or. at the latest, this week, but was stymied by the uncer-j tainties arising from the Re-1 publican-subsidized raid of Democratic party headquarters in the Watergate office building in Washinglon. "Obviously, Ihis wasn't any time to be JDining the Republi- can the source told a reporter. Connally was the only Demo- crat in President Nixon's cabi- net in Nixon's first four years in the White House, serving as ireasury secretary during the tumultuous period when Nixon imposed wage-price freezes and also took dramatic new actions the international monetary FEATURING BRAND NEW AND DEMONSTRATOR APPUANCES ALL NOW PRICED AT ONCE-IN-AJ.IFET1ME SAV- INGS! BETTER HURRY1 WHILE STOCK IASTSI 1 RCA BIACK and WHIJE PORTABLE TV With instant on, walnlrt woodgrain 4t 1 34 95 cabinet 1 RCA 56" COLOR in a contemporary walnut cabinet. Automatic fine tuning, automatic 6R9Q QK color control 1 RCA 12 CU. FT. FREEZER with dual warning lighti and lid lock (marked) and diplomatic fields. WORKED FOR NIXON During last year's presiden- tial campaign, Connally lieaded Ihe successful Democrats for Nixon organization and mmors of his imminenl switch to the Republican party liave been prevalent ever since. Interviewed before speaking to the Written Gi-Eduate Busi- ness ScliODl Club of New York, Connally soid ho has not spoken to Nixon lately. Asked what was holding him back from making his decision about switching parties, Con- nally replied: "I'm working. I've bscn working very 1 McCLARY 13 CU. FT. FREEZfR Interior lighl, all's well lighl and lid lock. S229 35 1 McCLARY 30" RANGE Wittl automatic oven, lop light, infinile heat elements. Karveit Q') Gold. 1 TAPPAN IS CU. FT. FRIDGE Porcelain crispers, ad- iuslable shelves. Avocado. 95 Dented......................... 2 AIR KING HUMIDIFIERS With adjustable speed and automatic humldislat QK Demos 1 GIBSON 30" ELECTRIC RANGE Wilh black oven door, roast mttfr and automatic oven. OR Marked 3CO3.3O 1 GIBSON 30" ElECTRIC RANGE-With continuous clean oven. Marked QC T HOOVER 2 SPEED 4 POSITION UPRIGHT Marked........................... 2 HOOVER 4 POSITION UPRIGHTS Marked...................... lard. He did not deny that he has alked io Republicans about his ilans. But he refused to clabo- ate on any timetable or to re- eal any current leanings on way of anolher. ANO'FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT i COOT C< IM Propose-i Law may Inspected at tin office of me City In trie City Hall during Inc noroijHN THAT Jw M; wishes Jo mskj rtpresenlition concerning the proposed By-Lsw sfiell flrit file a writ- ten submisilor. wllh toe Clly Clerk not later Itun two o'clock on wedntwUy the