Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Mwiday, May 7, 1973 THI LETHIRIOCI HERAIO 23 90 CONTRACTS FENCES REPAIRED, BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. sidewalks, drives, etc. Hauling Jim 327-5067, 328-3983. 523-12my FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, eld basements dug, water proofing. In- lured, 'ret estimated. Phone 311-tltl. C3641-1T ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 5745. ALL REPAIRs'-CARPENTRY, ROOI- ing specializing In chimneys, brick, cement blocks, cement finishing stuc- coing, fireplaces, raising and moving. 328-0266. 08745-tt FOR RUMPUS ROOMS, KITCHEN cupboards, remodelling and repairs Phone 6. Raven, 327-3219. Free esti- mates. CM92-tf DO YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or repairs in your home? E and L Construction. 328-2237. PUBLIC NOTICES FENDER FOR HAY AND STRAW TENDERS are called for the supply and delivery of hay and stray; as follows to the Agriculture Canada Research Station at Leihbridge and Onefour Letnbridge 600 tons alfalfa hay, first culling, 3SO tons straw, bedding. Uf team reaches top of Everest BIRTHS TOLLEV Mr. and Mrs. Verl Toltey of Fort Macleod take great pleasure in announc- ing the birth of their daughter on May 3, 1973 in St. Michael's Hospital. Bnth mother and child are well. 2015-9 ROBERTS Ray and Carole (nee Strong) proudly announce the arrival of their first born, Nathan Jay, on April 26, 1973. Happy grandparents are Gor- don and Jean Roberts and Joe and Marie Strong, all of Leth- bridge. 2016 DEATHS GUILD At the Royal Jtibi- lea Hospital, Victoria, B.C. on DEATHS BRAVE ROCK Passed away in the Blood Hospital on Friday, May 4, 1973, Ernest Brave Rock, aged 76 years, of the Blood Reserve. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Anglican Church on Tursday at a.m.. Rev. A. McCuaig officiating. Interment t in St. Paul's Cemetery. A wake service will be held in St. Paul's Church on Monday f to- night) from 7 to 12 p.m. Fu- neral arrangements by ROME (AP) A second team of Italian clintfjers reached the top of Mount Ever- est today- said reports from ORICH In loving memory i Nepal. r_ ii___ 1 _i. IN MEMORIAMS of our dear father, grandfather and great grandfather, Harry (Nazari) Orich, who passed away April 30, remembered The team that made it today included three Italians, Fabrizio Injjamorati, 30. Virginio Epis, _., 41, and Claudio Benedetti, 29, -Always remembered a n d a Nepalese Sherpa sadly missed by Lena and i sanam Gyaitzen. 26. Penna; Angelena and The Italian expeditions first success was scored Saturday when a team of two Italians and two Sherpas climbed to the summit. They were Carol Rinaldo, 21: Mizuka Lorraine, Delaine and Ryan. 1960 FOR1SH In loving mem- nerai arrangements uy o EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME ory of a dear mother and grand LTD., Fort Macleod. mother, Margaret Fonsh, who SLIWORSKI Onefour tens alfalfa hay (fcotn j Thursday. May 3, 1973. after a w J and heavy 150 tons straw, bedding. Hay and straw may be from 1972 or 1973 crop and quotations will be considered on all or any part of req- quirements. Quotations will close Mon- day, May 28. For further information and Quota- tion Request Forms contact C. 6. Schoenlng, Assistant Administrative Officer, Agriculture Canada Research Station, uethbrldge. Phone 327-4561. M25 GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA SEALED TENDERS will be received by the under-signed up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Tuesday, May 22nd, 1973, for th" construction of the following work: 1. Project S. R. 926 W of Jet. S.R. 854 (E. of Camrose) to E. of Jet. S.S. 855 Mile 13.07 to Mile 27.65 G-ading and Other Work Approximate Quantities: Cucic Yards Excavation IB.OOD Cubic Yards Gravel Cubic Yard Miles Haul 2 Prcjsct S R. 855 came to Canada in 1933, resid- ing at Calgary and Van lengthy illness, Myrtle Mae Guild, aged 60 of 3918 Lauder Road, Victoria, widow of Wil- liam M. Guild. She is survived by three sons, David of Van- couver, John and Peter of Vic- toria four grandchildren; her mother and one sister Frances, both of Dundas, Ontario and an- other sister, Marjorie in South Africa. Funeral services in McCALL BROS. CHAPEL. Vic- toria, B.C. on May 7th with the Rev. Dr. F. E. H. James offi- ciating, followed by intsrment .__.. at Royal Oak Burial Park. Eden's Funeral Chapel. Pin- (Flowers gratefully declined. Donations, if desire, may be made to the Canadian Cancer Fund or Canadian Diabetic As- sociation.) 2019 ASHTON Passed away j suddenly in Calgary on Satur- Iday, May 5, 1973. Mr. Lyle he'isis- Jet Hwy. Dsyslsnd) Wile 75 E3 to Mile Asp-naltic Cfcrete snd Ocrher Approxirrate Quantities. Tcis Asphalfic Concrete Ten Miles Hau' 13 (E. of JLeRay Ashton at the age of 25 B0 4, I years, betoved husband of Mrs. Vivian Ashton of ll'JS 54 St. is. E.. Calgary. Born in Medi- 'cir.e Hat in 1943, the late Mr. extract and' specificates may be I Ashton was and educat- ooreined at tne offlcs of the Chief j er] in Burdett. From 1967 tO Const-uctlon Engineer Highways Build-. employed by the Federal Grain Co. in southern Alberta. In 1969 he moved to Cassjar, B.C. and in 1972 he came to Calgary where he has resided until his passing. Be- sides his loving wife he is sur- vived by his mother, Mrs. Claris Ashton of Calgary; one son Keary at home; three sis- ters, Mrs" L. (Evelyn) Gross of Taber, Mrs. G. (Dorothy) Lee of Calgary, Mrs. E. (Marjorie) Tary of Calgary; three brothers. Mr. Garth Ashton, Mr. Lynn Ashtan, and Mr.Pat- mq. Edmonton, Alta. the office cf the District Encineer 1707 Sixth Street t' w Calgary Alberta and the office of" the District Engineer Administration Build'nq Lethbridge, Alberta, and wil. he available only to individuals regis- tered and operating in the Province of Altoria or to partnerships or corpora- tions registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business In the Province of Alberto. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars (S2SOO) payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each of the Contract and Specifications taken, and for grading projects pro- files will be supplied upon a further deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars Each bid must be accompan.ed by a marked cheque or bond equal to lOCe of Tender. Tenders will be opened m public. The lowest or any Tender not p. necessarily accepted. V E McCune Deputy Minister of Transport- St. Vincent's Hos- Creek, Pauline Sliv.orski. aged 79 years, be- loved ms'ther of Mrs. Al (Anne) Hamers. P i n c h e r Creek. She was torn in Poland, Mirko. 26; Lhapka Tenzing, 28, and Sbambhu Tamjing, 18. They were expected back at the C9234 I Passed awai' Mav 7- I expedition's base camp today. Those whom we love go out of The Italian ex- sigbt, pedition is the fifth to conquer But never out of mind: Everest from the Nepalese side They are cherished in the j gince a British expedition made hearts the first conquest in 1953. The Of those tbsy left behind Chinese say three Tibetans also missed by daughter i ciimbed the mountain from the Ann, Gordon and children. Chinese side in I960. 2003 I ____________________ MEAJ) _ Jn Jovi mernory 2 break-ins I reported I About SS worth of cigarettes i icma were stolen earlv Sunday mom- dren, seven great f anrtchil- i And then we will understand. ,-m, a break-in at the Burger dren; two brothers and one sis-, _Sadiy missed and ever re- B-.cn> 1515 Mavor Magrath ter. Prayers will b2 said at hv Pprmv T _n_. 5 i-i I JlSLiAif Hi 1UV11JK couver moving to Pmcher Creek, of Lawrence Mead, who passed in 1970. Also surviving are one step-son, John Sliworski. Van- couver: two step daughters, Mrs. J. (Anne) Sabo and Mrs. A. (Christina) Roberts, both of Richmond. B.C.; 10 grandchii- away May 7. 1967. Not now. but in the coming years It may bo in a better land. We will read the meaning of cur tears membered by Penny. Larry Drive. cher Creek on Tuesday, May 8 at p.m. Funeral sendee will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Pin- cher Creek on Wednesday, May 9 at a.m., Rev. Fathir Martin Hagel officiat- ing. Interment service conduct- ed bv Rev. Father Michael Fyk will be held at Burnsland Cemetery, Calgary. Wednes- day at p.m. Funeral ar- rangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Pincher and Pat: Jack Penny Jr. and families. nd Bev; Entry was apparently gained Ron and I by kicking in a side door. "Another break-in at an apart- ment construction site. 244 North Mayor Magrath Drive. Sunday night but noth- 2002 Creek. C9253 VOTE ON LOTTERY CLEVELAND (AP) Ohio residents will vote Tuesday on to establish a state lot- tery which proponents say could Highways and I Asb.on, all of Calgary. M2i I The funeral service will b? i held on Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating. Interment will follow- in the; Mountain View Cemetery. I MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc-; CARDS OF THANKS BROWN" I would like to thank the doctors and staff, first foor main, St. Michael's Hospi- tal. Also my friends and rela- tives for all the lovely cards and gifts and flowers. Janet Brown. 2001 NORRIS We wish to ex- tend our thanks to all those who were so kind in their ex- pressions of sympathy during our bereavement. The cards, flowers, baking and kind help were deeply appreciated. Norris Edward. Faith. Lourne and Shelly Rae Anderson 1979 FORISH In loving memory of a dear mother and grand- 1 ing was stolen. mother, Margaret Forish, who passed away May 7. 1970. Two tired eyes are resting. two willing hands are still, j The one who always worked so I bard, is resting at God's will. God saw you getting tired. He knew you needed rest, His garden must be beautiful. He only takes the best. Ever remembered by your son John, Jean and bojs. Lougheed urges new policies TORONTO (CPi New and .the following areas, national industrial policies are transportation ap- FORISH In lovmg memory cf a dear mother and grand- mother, Margaret Forish, who passed away May 7, 1970 Wre saw you suffer, we heard you sigh. But all we could do was sit close by, Ycur last parting wish we national inousuiai pouuieb DATED AT LETHBRIDGE this 3Cth day of April, A D 1973. Jctin Gerla City CterK unres o s rruui -t citizens turned out to watch the siana and Mississippi an esti- Saturday, touching off a minor Yvon i i __ ____ i_j tn __ i inn n mffti T .flhT Cl Li V, "I IS I HI Jlcll LU aLt 11 II orderlv protest march, led by mated 12 million acres of nor-; foresl fire and cutting a local; Labrecque. 29. or 8gen. Hcss SOD of the mally dry land is under water, highway due to the now. j D'Arc Gagnon. 1 man who is the last of Hitler's Much of it. is prime farmland, Police report there was little Autopsies revt 25. Mariette 29. and Jeanne they were man wno is ine lasi 01 ruuei HHR.H ui ja ijumc AH I close associates still in prison, where cotton, wheat, com, soy- damage and no injuries. overcome by carbon monoxide on the same floor. The entire floor was occupied by Handico, a local initiatives project which gives work to handicapped adults. Four of the injured arc still in hospital and fire officials said Friday they hope to question a nun who was less seriously in- jured than the others.