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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDCE HEHALD way I In Memoriams I Cargs Of Thanks BIRTH BULL1S Mr. and Mrs. iVilliam Bullis are pleased to innounce the birth of a Deautiful Jennifer- born April 21. 1974. Proud grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Peter Poohbay of Edmonton and Mr. and Mrs. George Bullis of Spokane. 812-4 DEATHS CHOMOKOVSKI passed away unexpectedly in Hillcrest on Friday. May 3. at age 52 years. FANTIN CHAPELS win announce funeral arrangements when completed. C8428 MACK Passed away at Calgary on May 1st. Stella of Calgary and Formerly Of Bow at age 83 years. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Andrew's JJnited Church in Bow Island on Monday. May 6th at 2 with Rev. Oliver Hodge officiating. Interment will follow in Hillside Cemetery. Medicine Hat HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME. Taber. are in charge arrangements. C8426 DEATHS ROSSI of passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital on May 4. 1974 at age 82 years. FANTIN CHAPELS will announce funeral arrangements when completed. C8427 PUKK Passed away in the city on Thursday. May 2nd. Mr. Arnold Pukk at the age of 66 years of 640 9 Street South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Service. C8430 SCHMITZ Passed away suddenly in Cash Creek. B.C. on April 18. 1974. Donald age 52 beloved husband of Margaret Schmitz. He leaves to mourn his sudden one son Jan and two daughters Kathy and Sheila. He is also survived by one brother Joseph of Vauxhall and four Mrs. Jule Flink of Cloverdale. B.C.. Mrs. Harold Pyne of Mrs. A. W. Ford of and Mrs. Ron McKay of B.C. Funeral services were held in Cash Creek on Sat. April 20. 887 DEATH BURRITT Passed away in Kamloops. B.C. on Thurs- May 2nd. 1974. Mrs. Ann Burritt at the age of 96 years of beloved wife of the late Mr. George Henry Burritt. Born and raised in Port the late. Mrs. Burritt came to Canada in the early 1900's and has resided in Kamloops for the last six years. She is survived by two daughters. Mrs. G. L. Kenward of Kamloops. B.C. and Mrs H. Samwell of Toronto. Besides her husband she was also predeceased by one daughter. Mrs. G H Martin of Lethbridge in 1969. The funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. on Monday. May 6th. 1974 in Martin Bros. Traditional 812 3rd Ave. with Rev. L. Frank Lee officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the funeral service. C8429 IN MEMORIAM IRVINE In loving memory of Mrs. Lillian who passed away May 5. What would I give to clasp her Her happy face to see To hear her voice and see her smile That meant so much to me. missed by her two daughters. Alice and Lillian and grandchildren. 885 IN MEMORIAMS DORAM In loving memory of a dear grandson. who passed away May 4. 1967. A special place within our hearts. Is set aside for you. As long as life's memories We will remember you. remembered by Grandma and Grandpa Voth. 884 DO RAVI In loving memory of. a dear son and brother. who passed away May 4. 1967. Beautiful memories woven in gold. This is the picture your loved ones hold. Deep in our hearts your memories are kept. To love and to cherish and never forget. missed by Dad. Stewart and Rhonda. 883 CARD OF THANKS MAZZUCA My grandson and I wish to thank all our relatives and friends for the cards and phone calls while we were patients in the a special thanks to our doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Hospital. and Mimo Mazzuca 816 CARDS OF THANKS NEILSON I wish to thank all my family and friends for the gifts and cards I received while I was a patient in the hospital. Thanks also to the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's. Neilson 713-4 SORGARD Our sincere thanks to all our friends and relatives for the lovely flowers and cards of and visits to Orville the hospital. A special thanks to his doctor and the staff of the Municipal Hospital and to Rev. Morris for his words of comfort. Lisa Sorgard Gladys and Mike and family Myrtle and Fred and familv 813 George A sincere thank you and appreciation to the doctors and staff of the Emergency Ward of St. Michael's to Rev. Father D. to the and to our many friends for their floral tributes and cards in the loss of our dear father. Gaetz family E. Henning family V. Madsen family J. Gaetz family W. Griffith family R. Neville family E. Wojtowicz family A. Buttazzoni family George and Tony Gaetz 853 SCARLET COATS SINGING WIRES ONE OF A SERIES Responsible for patrolling the huge expanses of the the Mounties were among the first to see the value of the telephone. In Macleod Gazette lines would mean a very considerable saving of The lines saved long gruelling rides. They also helped to prevent horse-rustling. Before telephone an escaping renegade could more easily get to the border could even stop for a congenial visit at an unaware RCMP detachment on the way. One Redcoat solved this problem his own way. In Supt. E. W. Commanding B worked his own phone line between Wood Mountain and Moose Jaw with two homemade instruments. This proved so effective in a phone was connected with full endorsement by Mounted Police headquarters in Ottawa. Alberta's history comes alive in by Tony Cashman. Over 200 lii-id illustrations. S6.95i'rom Hox.2-111. Edmonton T5-I2S-I. AGTT KMpi yaw in touch with your liltndt CARDS OF THANKS TALBOT My sincere and grateful thanks to friends and relatives who sent flowers and and those who visited me while a hospital patient. My thanks to the staff of the Lethbridge Municipal and Auxiliary Hospitals and to the -Gladvs Talbot 855 HELMER-Fred-We would like to express our sincere thanks to all who sent cards of sympathy and the many acts of kindness shown during our recent bereavement. Your generosity and concern for us is deeply appreciated. Linda Helmer and familv 854 FETTIG Martin and Connie Fettig and family wish to express their sincere thanks to the many friends and relatives who attended their Farewell Party. Your presence and well wishes will be long remembered. We sincerely hope that any of you who are holidaying in the Okanagan Valley will look us up we will be delighted to see Our address Webber Aberdeen Roads R.R. B.C. 469 WILLIAMS Mrs. Jessie Williams. Tom. and Mrs. Carnill wish to thank all their friends and relatives for their expressions of and donations to the heart on the loss of their dad and husband. A special thank you to our dear friend and to Rev. D. Hoskins. nursing staff on the third floor I.C.U. at the Municipal Laurel Chap. No. 43 and Charity Lodge 67. 815 TAKAHASHI We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all friends and relatives who helped in any way at the time of our dear husband and father's also to the doctor and the nursing staff of the Third Floor. Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital for their care and kindness. To those who sent messages of floral Koden and for food we are truly grateful. Thank you to Rev. N. Kasagi and Rev. J. H. Burkey for their kind words and services. Thank you to the pianist and guest book to the Lethbridge Honpa Buddhist Church and to the Fujin-kai ladies who so kindly served the meal. to Salmon Funeral Directors for their kindness and help. Sui Takahashi James and Pat Takahashi David and Dorothy Takahashi Roy and Yeyiko Matsuba Ralph and Reyiko Dunlap 814-4 Land claim in billions TORONTO The Globe and in a front- page Ottawa quotes Indian Affairs Minister Jean Chretien as saying that if Indian land claims become so big that the country cannot absorb then country simply will not absorb The story adds that some civil servants in the Indian af- fairs department estimate that Indian land claims might ultimately cost the country between billion and but that Mr. urgings led to the cabinet finally agreeing to recognize aboriginal is critical of talk about 'billions and billions of because he feels this might lead to unrealistic expectations among native peoples. The minister is further quoted as saying that if the size of the claims a situation of confrontation over everything or I don't think the Indians would be in a good position to win have to keep in mind the goals of having a set- is tc resolve an in- justice created before we all were here. That does not mean that in resolving one injustice you have to create another The story says that negotia- tions on aboriginal land probably last a long perhaps a Mr. Chretien is quoted as saying that if the cost absorbed over a period of years and you take into account the offsetting funds that would not be spent because of that then perhaps the cost is not Here are sure signs of summer election By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Sure Signs of an early summer The Liberal Federation wanted to take an option on some key billboards in the To- ronto area. Calls were put in Friday to the billboard firm in Toronto. The Liberals were informed they were too late. Representatives of the New Democratic Party had been in to see the billboard company early that morning and plunked down hard cold cash in advance to rent the billboard space into the summer. Second sure Stanley NDP house leader and MP from Winnipeg North has had his Chevy II completely overhauled in readiness for an arduous eight weeks campaigning. DIAL BEFORE YOU CABLE LOCATION SERVICE WELL IN ADVANCE Dial and ask for Zenith 07128 THANK YOU. PUBLIC NOTICES Public Works Canada Western Region Canada Region de I Quest INVITATION TO TENDER SEALED TENDERS addressed to the Financial and Administrative Department of Public Works of 10th One Thornton Alberta and TREATMENT WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL ALBERTA Will be received until a.m. May 1974 TENDER DOCUMENTS can be obtained on deposit of in the form Of a CERTIFIED BANK CHEQUE made payable to the RECEIVER GENERAL OF CAN- ADA through the following offices of the Department of Public Works of 10th Floor One Thornton 801-Natural Resources 205-9th Avenue 902-Spadina Sask. 701-Financial Sask. and may be seen at the Construction Association in Alberta. Project A. L. Perley Phone 425-5637 SOIL Prospective bidders who have been issued tender documents may attend an on-site viewing of the existing soil conditions at several spec- ific locations at the site of the work on MAY 1974 at P.M. The deposit will be released on return of the docu- ments 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 in the tender documents. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. R. A. Financial and Administrative Region C28 Public Works Canada Western Region Travaux publics Canada Region I'Quest INVITATION TO TENDER SEALED TENDERS addressed to the Finan- cial and Administrative Department of Pub- lic 10th One Thornton Alberta and and Administrative Agriculture Research Alberta. Will be received until a.m. June 1974. TENDER DOCUMENTS can be obtained on deposit of in the form of a CERTIFIED BANK CHEQUE made payable to the RECEIVER GENERAL OF CAN- ADA through the following offices of the Department of Public Works of 10th One Thornton 801-Natural Resources Bldg. 205-9th Ave. S.E. 1444 Alberni 201-269 Main Street.WIN- and 25 St. Clair Ontario and may be seen at the Construction Association Offices in the Build- ers' Exchange in WINNIPEG and the Amalgamated Construction Association of B.C. Project A. E. D.P.W. Alberta Phone 425-7193 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 Ihe form supplied by the Department and must be accompanied by the Security specified in the tender documents. BID Sub-trades and trade contractors as specified in the tender documents will submit their tenders through the Calgary Bid located at the Calgary Construction 2540-5th N.W. Alberta to Close not LATER THAN SEV- ENTY-TWO HOURS PRIOR TO THE TIME SET FOR THE CLOSING OF THE MAIN TENDER. Tenders submitted through the Calgary Bid Depos- itory shall be in accordance with the standard Ca- nadian Bid Depository Principles and Procedures for Federal Government Projects Second April 1970. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. R. A. Financial and Administrative Services C29 ;