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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LtlhBHIUUt may PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE SEALED TENDERS will be eceived by the up to '.00 p m. Edmonton time on May al the Design and Construction Jivision located on the 4th loor of the Milner Building. 100040 04th Street. Edmonton for he construction of Lake Stabilization Proiect Contract No. The work is located in portions of iections and 35 of TP 40. N5. approximately one mile north of he Town of Bentley The mam items of work and approximate quantities are as ollows. Excavation including stripping. Borrow and canal 115.000 cubic rards Compaction of impervious fill iO.OOO cubic yards. Supply and placement reinforced concrete 215 cubic granular materials cubic corrugated steel pipe 1.320 meal feet Tenders shall be clearly marked Gull Lake Stabilization Project Contract No. Plans and specifications may be obtained from the office located at the above or the Department Offices located in the Provincial Administration Lethbndge and the J. J. Bowlen Room 620 7th Avenue S W Calgary on deposit of S25.00 by cash or certified cheque made payable lo the Provincial Treasurer of Alberta Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or Bid Bond made payable to the Provincial- equal to of the and such other forms as specified in the Tender documents. Tenders will be opened in public The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted For further information contact Mr. P G Melnychuk. Director. 425-1130 E E D.V M.. Deputy Minister _____________________ C78 LACKS RIGIDITY Lacking different parts of the sun spin at various speeds Regional Expansion Economic Econonwque Eipansion PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION TENDER CONSTRUCTION OF WATER MAINS Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2.00 local Regma time on June 1974 for the Town of Esterhazy Water Treatment Contract Watermains. The site of the work is located in the Town of Saskatchewan The work consists of the supply of all materials and services for the installation of approximately 200 feet of 6-inch i600 feet of 8-inch and 1485 fuel of 10-inch water distribu'ion piping complete with fittings and interconnections with the existing system The plans and specifications may be viewed in the Regma Brandon and Winnipeg offices of the local Builders' Exchange or Construction Association. instructions and forms for bidding may be obtained from the undersigned at his office in Regma. upon deposit of twenty-five dollars cash or a certified cheque for the payable to the Receiver General of which deposit will be redeemable upon the return of the plans and specifications m good order within one month after tenders have closed. Tenders will not be considered unless made on the form supplied and in accordance with instructions supplied with the specifications Tenders must be accompanied by security in the amount and form specified in the Instructions. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted By Order W M Berry Chief Engineer. PFRA 401 Motherwell Building Saskatchewan C67 TEMPERATURES VARY At the equator of tem- peratures range from 32 de- grees to 135 degrees below zero DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT PARKS CANADA CALL FOR TENDERS FOR BOAT RENTAL CONCESSION CAMERON LAKE WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK Sealed tenders addressed to the Waterton Lakes National will be received up to noon local time on May 1974 for the privilege of operating a boat rental concession at Cameron Lake in Waterton Lakes National Park. The concession will be awarded for the period June 15 lo September 15 in each of the years 1974 10 1978 to the tender submitting the most satsifactory proposal supported by conclusive evidence of financial ability and of managerial expertise. Particulars concerning the facilities to be made conditions to be complied equipment terms of the agreement to be entered into by the successful and the basis on which the award of the concession will be made may be obtained from the Superintendent. Waterton Lakes National Park. Alberta All interested persons are advised to obtain these particulars as no tender will be considered unless accompanied by all the required information. The department reserves the right lo reject any or all tenders and the highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. L.H.ROBINSON Director Western Region Parks Canada CS RICH MAN UNDER FIRE BRASILIA The Bra- zilian press has attacked American billionaire Daniel Ludwig for allegedly providing poor conditions for hundreds of workers on his Amazon plantation. owns the three-million- acre Jari plantation. Liberia SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock AM. on Wednesday. May 29. the construction of the following Highway 9 Richdale to W. of Youngstown Mile 10.40 to Mile 27.40 Asphaltlc Concrete Pavement Approximate Tons Asphaltic Concrete Material 1.108.000 Ton Miles Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Highways the office of the District 4020 Bowness and the office of the District Engineer. Administration and will be available to individuals operating In the Province of Alberta or to partnerships or corporations registered In the Province of Alberta. A Deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Provincial will be required tor each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to of Tender. Tenders will be opened in public The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V. E. Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. C66 STEP TO FREEDOM LONDON Britain nas promised the Seychelles Islands a new constitution designed to advance the tiny Indian Ocean colony towards independence. The foreign office said Thursday the constitution will be worked out in talks this fall. James chief minister of the said his ad- ministraion aims to achieve full'Statehood by the end of 1975. In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks 1 Tax tips DEATH MASCHERIN beloved wife of the late Andrew Mascherin of passed away in the Crowsnest Pass General May at age 79 years. She was born at Province of Italy on Nov. 1894 and came to Canada in later returning to Italy. In 1937 she returned to where she has been a resident since. She was predeceased by her Andrew in three brothers and three and her parents. Survivors include one son Elidio of one Mrs. J. Alampi of one in six three grandsons. She was a member of the Old Age Pensioners Association. Prayers will be said Thursday evening at p.m. in Coleman Catholic Church. Funeral Mass will be celebrated by Rev. Tim Friday. May 17 at a.m. Interment will follow in family plot Coleman Catholic Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD. in charge of arrangements. In lieu of donations may be made to the Dr. E. Aiello Memorial of Crowsnest Pass marking donations in memory of Maria Mascherin. C8705 Sears b-Sport shorts. Sanforized cotton with knitted inner wide elastic waist. Blue. XL. c-T-Shirt. Machine washable polyester-and- cotton. Royal or Red. L. d-Sport bag. Strong rubber-backed cotton. e-2-pc. Training suit. Zip jacket over tapered pants. Maroon or Royal. XL. f- Sierra training shoe with arch cushioned sure-grip knobby shell sole. Exercise your right to look as fit as you Shop Sears for your SPORTS CENTRE WHERE THE NEW IDEAS ARE Simpsons-Sears Ltd. at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee Mtlttactlon or money refunded and free delivery STORE Open dally from 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9-30 a m. to 9-00 p.m Centre Village Tsleshop 326-9231 DEATHS BEAR Passed away suddenly in the city on May 1974 Mr. Victor Wesley Bear at the age of 28 years of Lethbridge. Funeral services will be held at p.m. on May 1974 in Martin Bros. Traditional 812 3 Ave. with Captain Butcher and Major Joan Pierce officiating. Burial will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8707 CHOW Passed away in the city on May 1974 Mr. Hong Chow at the age of 81 years of Lethbridge. He came to Canada in his early years and had owned a restaurant in Fort Macleod until retiring in the late 1950's. In October of 1958 Mr. Chow was granted his Canadian citizenship and has since resided in Lethbridge until his passing. Mr. Chow is survived by one son and several grandchildren in Hong Kong. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8708 Passed away at Taber on May John of Taber at the age of 44 beloved husband of Mrs. Nina Badura of Taber. Prayers will be said in Humphries Funeral Taber on May 17 at p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church in Taber on May at with Rev. Father Don O'Dwyer celebrant. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL in charge of arrangements. C8703 MANY GUNS Passed away in Montana May Edmond at age 51 beloved son of Mrs. Rosa Many Guns and brother of Ben Many Guns of the Peigan Reserve. He is also survived by his Cora and two Herman and Gordon of Montana. The funeral- service will be held in St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church Friday at 10 Rev. G. Fortier officiating. Interment in Brocket Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME Fort Macleod. C8704 LARSON Valerie beloved wife of Mr. William Larson of Calgary passed away on May 1974 at the age of 46 years. Mrs. Larson was born in England and came to Canada in 1949. In 1950 she married William Larson of Lethbridge and continued to reside here until moving to Calgary in where she had resided until the time of her passing. Besides her loving husband she is survived by two Valerie and and by her two Robert and all of also surviving are her Mr. and Mrs. George Trotter of Lethbridge and one Mrs. John Murray of B.C. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Frank Lee will be held in the CHRISTENSEN CHAPEL on May 1974 at p.m. Interment will follow in Mountain View Lethbridge. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL Directors of Funeral Service. C8706 CARD OF THANKS HARRISON I would like to thank everyone who helped to ease the burden in the-loss of my beloved wife The Rev. Ken Morris and the Rev. Keith the ladies of Southminster United and neighbors who so graciously gave their help with words of and deeds. It is most gratifying to have such wonderful people come to the rescue. To the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Hospital in Lethbridge and Foothills who cared so tenderly for Dorothy in her days of many thanks. Don Harrison. 1713-18 TIDES ACTIVE The tide goes out so far in the Bay of Fundy that fishermen drive wagons to their For further call the District Taxation Office. If you live in a toll aik your lottg-diituce operator for ZENITH 6-4000 and your call will be placed without charge. Q. I and my family moved to this province on December 1973. Our furniture was shipped at the same time and we were living in a hotel. What rate of Provincial Tax do I A. Under these you would be required to pay the rate of provincial income tax for this province since you resided here as of December 1973. Q. I was a student at the university from September until the end of a period of four months. I did not start classes until the middle of September. May I claim the education deduction of a month even though I did not attend for the whole month of A. Yes. As long as you attended the institution for at least one day in a you would qualify for the education deduction for that month. Q. I was single but had the care and control of my brother's whose parents were divorced 3 years ago. He lives with me in a residence maintained by me. The child was wholly dependent on me for support. Am I allowed any personal exemptions for the child9 A. Yes. You may claim the married equivalent exemption of even though you did not formally adopt the child. Q. I have incurred a capital loss on sale of listed personal property in 1973. I reported a capital gain on shares in my 1972 tax return. Will I be able to deduct this 1973 capital loss from the 1972 capital A. No. Capital losses on listed personal property can only be deducted from Capital Gains on the same type of property. Q. For 1972 the city and state taxes were deductions from income. For 1973 is there any A. Yes. For 1973 the city and state taxes will be considered part of foreign taxes paid to a foreign country and allowed as Foreign Tax Credit. Q. There are two rates shown in the calculation area to arrive at the proper Unemployment Insurance contribution. Do I have to use both of these rates in my A. Most taxpayers will calculate their Unemployment Insurance contribution using only one that or of insurable earnings. This is because most taxpayers have only one employer rate you are to pay is located in Box I of your T4 If you have more than one employer be sure to check the rate on all of your T4 slips because it is possible you may be contributing at the higher rate with one employer and the lower rate with another employer. If contribute at the same rate with all employers then of course you would ignore that part of the calculation which deals with the other rate. Q. I am divorced and have three children. My ex-husband is required by a decree to pay support for the children only. Do I have to pay tax on this A. Yes. Even though no money is received for your own you must pay income tax on the support paid to the children. Q. Can I claim expenses for charitable even if I do not have any medical expenses to A. Yes. You may claim itemized eligible charitable donations whether or not you claim medical expenses. Provincial court A 19-year-old Lethbridge who pleaded guilty to possession of an offensive was sentenced to 30 days in jail. Francis 1713 5th Ave. was charged following an incident at the Alec Arms Hotel May 8 where he was found to be in possession of a knife. An arrest warrant was issued for Benjamin 22nd St. who failed to appear in court on two laid on consecutive of driving a car while his blood alcohol level was over .08 and charges of failing to produce proof of illegally transporting liquor in a motor vehicle and driving without a license. A 22-year-old Raymond man was sentenced to one day in jail and was fined after he pleaded guilty to breaking into a Lethbridge apartment and taking a bottle of whisky. Terrance Richard Sawatzky broke into a suite at 305 6th Ave. S. May 1. Mr. Sawatzky said his brother was sharing the apartment in question with another man and he broke into the apartment to let his brother's girlfriend in. He said he thought the whisky belonged to his brother. Neville of 942 15th St. was fined Wednesday after pleading guilty to a charge of taking a motor vehicle without the owner's consent. Court was told on April 23 Wiber took a 1971 Honda which was left running by its Glenn Arthur of 1111 llth St. S. Wiber was found guilty at a previous hearing of dangerous driving and driving while suspended in connection with the incident. On these charges he was fined would redress with N-weapons' WASHINGTON The United States would probably have to retaliate in kind to a soviet chemical warfare says the acting assistant defence secretary Amos Jordan told a House of Representatives armed services .subcommittee on arms control and disarmament Wednesday that the event of such an and if there were an inability to retaliate effectively in an attempt to redress the situation would probably require the use of tactical nuclear He told the subcommittee he believed the Societ Union is better prepared offensively and defensively for chemical warfare than any other country. Australians ready for Saturday vote Australia Australian political leaders today began winding up their campaigns for Saturday's na- tional election with the governing Labor party leading publicopinion polls. The latest poll indicated that 52 per cent of voters intend to vote for Prime Minister Gough Whitlam's Labor party and 42 per cent for the opposition Liberal- Country party coalition. This was a 6.6-per-cent swing to Labor and would give the party a substantial increase in its 67-58 majority in the House of Representatives. Saturday's elections are Australia's second in 17 months. They were brought about after the opposition- controlled Senate threatened to reject finance legislation. Whitlam was forced to dissolve both houses and call new elections for both. Political commentators feel the election will leave Labor with an edee in the House and the coalition an edge in the Senate. Australia's 7.8 million voters will include 18-year- olds who get to vote for the first time this election. Students come second Two students from Lethbridge Collegiate Institute won second place Wednesday in an automotive trouble-shooting contest in Calgary. Edward of 402 27th St. and Doug of 314 26th St. formed one of 14 Southern Alberta teams which had to find and repair a series of bugs planed in car engines. A team from Red Deer placed first and a team from Calgary third. The competition was sponsored by Chrysler Canada Ltd. ;