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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBHIDttE HERALD May 1974 PUBLIC NOTICES Jpholslery business tor sale Good eturn Reasonable price Phone 327- '256 1462-18 Soin operated truck wash located in .ethbndge For information phone 528-7851 1056-18 sale or lease Grocery and close to city Write Box 30. Herald 1370-tl WISH TO SELL BEAUTY SHOP DO LTD WRITE UH 2245 7th AVE FRAIL BC 1750-24 CHIEF MOUNTAIN REALTY LTD. FORT MACLEOD 234-3576 COWLEY 028-3775 Campground Known As Daisy May Campground 79 Macleod area Full kitchen laundry and washrooms C87Z5-tfh Well established dealership presently for sale Small investment Very suitable for person with direct sales experience. For information call-328- 0795 or 329-4375 C8671-29 ASTRO REALTY LTD. AND INSURANCE Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 Going concern trucking business excellent trucks and can only be viewed on weekends as trucks going ail week Books open to serious buyers only Exclusive CALL AN ASTRO REALTOR C8425-II 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGES An types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave South 328-3251 C7769-H MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7lh St S C5216-K SCHWARTZ AGENCIES Ltd College phone 328-3331 Residential Commercial properties Farms and ranches city or town Lowest interest rates available First and second mortgages C8617-18 90 CONTRACTS All types cement work and weeping tile Phone J J Custom Works 345- 4630 328-3870 910-tf Qualified Custom Painters barns concrete houses etc Phone collect. 752-3796 Raymond 9507-tf Fred Sterner cement old basements dug. water proofing In- sured Phone 327-8286 462-tf Fences ouilt Miscellaneous building Concrete patios sidewalks drives steps all repairs Jim 327-5087. 328- 3983 Custom Cribbing and framing Chinook Const'uclion 328- 4707 CB743-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745 C1936-tf Economy painting and decorating Very very reasonable Phone' noon or evenings 328-4570 5542-tf Contractor all repairs lay bricks fireplaces stone laying sidewalks driveways cement finishing stuccoing in house small jobs accepted 328-0266. 329- 4678 1057-tf J L ROOFING Built up cedar shakes re- roofing asphalt shingles root maintenance Phone 328-0831 9884-22 Concrete work driveways patios and sidewalks. Reasonable prices Free estimates Phone between 4-7 p m 327-3432 1489-tt Garage cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-tf Renovations and remodelling Jor- genson Construction Ltd 329- 3333 1251-18 Fences sidewalks driveways house painting and all repairs Phone Ben 327-3606 17-tf BOX NUMBERS 9 14 19 37 111 146 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LLOYD WILLIAM late of in the Province of Alberta. who died on the 28th day of November. 1971 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above- named must file with Messrs Millard. Johnson and by the 24th day of June. A 0 1974 a full statement of their claims and securities held by them JOHNSON AND MAXWELL Solicitors for the Administratrix P O Box 1966 No 400. 309 Eighth Avenue S W. Calgary Alberta C76 TENDERS FOR HAY AND STRAW Tenders are invited for supply and delivery of hay and straw to the Agriculture Canada Research Station at Lethbridge and Onefour m quantities as shown below LETHBRIDGE 200 tons alfalfa first light grass 500 tons alfp.lla hay. first cutting. heavy grass 250 tons wheat or barley bedding straw ONEFOUR 400 tons alfalfa first light grass 200 tons alfalfa first cutting. heavy grass 100 tons wheat or barley bedding straw Tenders will close at noon. June 1974 For further information and Quota- tion Request forms contact C G Administration Officer- Finance. Agriculture Canada Research Station. Alberta Phone 327-4561 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETH8RIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF MARY late of the Town of Coaldale. m the Province of who died on the 21st day of February. 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must tile with the undersigned oy the 14th day of a lull statement of their claims and of securities held by them DAVIDSON Barristers and Solicitors 310 Canada Trust Building Lethbndge. Alberta Solicitors for the Executor C75 TENDER JANITORIAL SERVICES Sealed Tenders marked No are invited but must be received at the office of 'he Supervisor Contract Administration. Alberta Government 10020 100th 24th Floor Edmonton. Alberta T5J ON5. not later than 2-00 p m Local Time Friday May 31. 1974 FOR- Medicine Hat District to provide Janitorial including the supply of equipment and cleaning supplies at approximately 48 A G T. buildings and 99 telephone booths. The Contract shall be for a two year period commencing July to June 1976 inclusive Each tender must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the value of ten per cent of the tender The successful tenderer will be required to provide a Performance Bond in the vaiue of twenty five per cent of the contract Bid Sets may be obtained from the office of the Supervisor Contract Administration at the above address. and are available to contractors operating m the Province of Alberta on deposit of a Fifty Dollar Certified which will be refunded if Pians and Specifications are returned to this office within Seven days after closing date of tenders otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit The right is reserved to reject any or all bids F. H Dobmg Purchasing Agent C66 xfcora GOVERNMENT OF ALIEHTA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION DIVISION SEALED TENDERS will be received by the up to 2-00 p m Edmonton time on May 1974. at the Design and Construction Division located on the 4th floor of the Milner Building 10040 104th Street Edmonton for the construction of Lake Stabilization Proiect Contract No 2 The work is located m portions of sections 28 34 and 35 of TP 40. R1. W5 approximately one mile north of the Town of Eentley The main items of work and approximate quantities are as follows- Excavation including borrow and canal cubic yards Compaction of impervious fill 50 000 cubic yards Supply and placement reinforced concrete 215 cubic yards granular materials 5 000 cubic yards corrugated steel pipe 1 320 lineal feet Tenders shall be clearly marked Lake Stabilization Proiect Contract No plans and specilications may be obtained from the office located at the above 01 the Department Offices located m the Provincial Administration Lethbridge and the J J Bowlen Building. Room 620 7th Avenue S W Calgary on deposit of S25 00 by cash or certified cheque made payable to 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 Tender 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 Ballantyne. D V M Deputy Minister C78 Man fined A 21-year-old Three Hills man was fined and had his license suspended for six months this week following an Alberta Supreme Court sitting in Fort Macleod. He had been charged in December with dangerous driving following a fatal accident near Brocket. Donald John was aquitted of a charge of criminal negligence in the same three-vehicle accident that took the life of Betty of Blairmore. Court was told Mr. then of was the operator of the vehicle that struck the rear of the vehicle the Goodwin woman was a passenger in. Lethbridge RCMP reported the roads were icy at the time of the accident. Pellet gun injures girl A five-year-old Lethbridge girl was taken to Municipal Hospital Thursday after being shot in the mouth with a pellet gun. Treas Apt. 1909 23rd St. was playing with a pellet gun that belonged to her mother when it discharged. A pellet struck Trudy Gail in the teeth and lodged in her gums. She was treated and In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks I BIRTH GILBART Margaret and Randy Gilbart of are happy to announce the birth of their Jonathan on May 1974. The maternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. H..A. Frame of Winnipeg and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gilbart of Thunder Ontario. 1776 DEATHS CHOW Passed away in the city on May Mr. Hong Chow at the age of 81 years of Lethbridge. Funeral services will be held at p.m. on May 1974 in the Chinese National League with Rev. Ken Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the Chinese Section of Mountain View. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8737 ANDERSON beloved wife of William G. Anderson of Cardston passed away on May 1974 at the age of 87 years. Mrs. Anderson came to Canada around settling in Winnipeg. She came to Southern Alberta in 1925 and has spent most of her life in Magrath. Besides her loving husband she is survived by her Tom McAdams and Ouida six grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in the Magrath L.D.S. Chapel on May at Bishop Tyler Alston officiating. Interment to follow in The Magrath Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN- SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C8741 POBERZNICK Passed away m the city on May following a brief Mr. Samuel Poberznick at the age of 77 beloved husband of Mrs. Vera Poberznick of 1510 10th Avenue Lethbridge. Born and raised in the late Mr. Poberznick came to Canada in 1912 to Ontario. In 1918 he moved to Prince Saskatchewan. In 1926 to Grand 1929 to the Skiff where he farmed until retirement in 1965. In 1949 he moved to where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife Mr. Poberznick is survived by two Nick Poberznick of Alberta and Joe Poberznick of one Mrs. W. Hickman of Medicine Hat and six grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at p.m. on May in Martin Bros. Memorial 703 13th Street with Rev. Ken Morris officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8738 BADURA Passed away at Taber on May John of Taber at the age of 44 years. Born at June 1929. He came to Cranford with his parents in receiving his education at Taber and has farmed there until the time of his passing. He married the former Nina Zadin at November 1954. Mr. Badura was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose and a Charter Member of the Knights of Columbus. two William and Bryan at four Geraldine and Jeanette all at Mr. and Mrs. three Frank and Joe of eight Mrs. Mary Grassy Mrs. Lydia and Mrs. Francis Mrs. Ann Mrs. Beth and Mrs. Mildred Mrs. Helen Mrs. Rose Swan Manitoba. Prayers will be said in Humphries Funeral on Friday at p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Taber on May 18 at with Rev. Father Don O'Dwyer celebrant. Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements. DEA'HS McLEAN Florence 2013 5th Ave. passed away in the city on May 1974. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed by CHRIS- TENSEN-SALMON FU- NERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C8742 LeCLAIRE T- Passed away in the city on May Mr. Armand Leon LeClaire at the age of 53 beloved husband of Mrs. Simonne LeClaire of 1818 16th Ave. South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8740 LIGHTBOUND Passed away in the city on May Mr. Thomas Arthur Lightbound at the age of 75 beloved husband of Mrs. Marguirite Lightbound of 966 12th Street South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C8739 ROPER In Mount St. Mary aged on May 1974. John Roper was born in came to Canada in 1910 where he worked as a C.P.R. engineer out of Alberta. He leaves to remember his wife a son Gordon of five grandchildren and one great grandchild- Funeral service was held at May at McCall Victoria. No flowers please. 1813 KAMITAKAHARA May Mary 39 beloved wife of Saburo of 3812 South Parkside passed away at Foothills after a lengthy illness. Also survived by Mrs. Haru Matsuno of four sisters and four brothers. Combined wake and funeral services will be held at the Raymond Buddhist May 18 at p.m. Burial services to be held at the Raymond Buddhist p.m. on May followed by burial at the Raymond Temple Hill Cemetery In lieu of any donations could be forwarded to the Research Foothills on behalf of Mrs. Kamitakahara. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL in charge of arrangements. may meet the family prior to the wake and funeral services from to p.m. at the church. C8735 CARDS OF THANKS The Milk River United Church would like to thank everyone who attended their Mother's Day and the Committee wish to add their appreciation to all those who donated and worked to help make it a success. 1775 ERICKSON I wish to thank all my neighbors and friends for all the letters and cards while I was in hospital and staying with my daughters and friend in Edmonton. I'm sure I wouldn't be happly at home in Nobleford but for all that you people have done. I also wish to thank all who gave donations in memory of Elmer. This money has been spent on new hymn books for the church and these were dedicated by Mr. Calderwood at our church on Sunday. Again I say thank you and God bless you all. Erickson 1751 HARRISON I would like to thank everyone who helped to ease the burden in the loss of my beloved wife Dorothy. The Rev. Ken Morris and the Rev. Keith the ladies of Southminster United and neighbors who so graciously gave their he'.p 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 Catineau River homes threatened by floods MONTREAL High water levels at a reservoir of the Mercier 260 miles northwest of may add to the flooding problems of communities just north of say Hydro-Quebec officials. Jean-Charles a spokesman for the government-run said that overflow from the reservoir runs into Gatineau River. Ottawa River and eventually drains into Milles lies where the water level rose five inches Wednesday. During the last few about 350 basements have been flooded in Laval and Fabreville which border the Milles Isles he and some streets are under three feet of water. Normal flow from the dam is cubic feet a Stanfield pledges DIG investigation TORONTO An inde- pendent investigation of the Unemployment Insurance Commission and its policies would be instituted by the Progressive Conservative party if it forms the next federal Robert Stanfield said Thursday. The federal Progressive Conservative leader told a Conservative riding nomination of three he attended in Toronto Thursday night-that the UIC is important to provide for those on short- term unemployment. Criticizing the Liberal government for refusing to listen to the Conservatives' request for an investigation into the UIC in the last session of he said he is not looking for a but an investigation which would result in some reforms. Mr. Stanfield began his cross-city tour at the East York nomination meeting. Introduced by Ian the incumbent Conservative member who was nominated by acclamation for the July 8 as the honorable to Mr. Stanfield said he hoped the investigation would get to the root of the QUOTES FIGURES He said the UIC plan is cost- ing every woman and child in Canada at the present rate of unemployment of SVz per cent. The original cost objective was for a person at an unemployment rate of BVz per Mr. Stanfield said. Citing discrepancies in the UIC program which a former minister his job and cost Andras Minister Robert his Mr. Stanfield said the investigation would the air of and would provide for a reassessment of the billion-dollar Mr. Stanfield said the Liberal government had provided Canada with a of dithery and despair'' over the last two years The coming campaign will be a one and the Con- servative party will provide a government Canadians are looking Clamped jaws resulted in loss of 93 pounds LONDON Housewife Shirley who has lost 93 pounds since a surgeon clamped her jaws together with metal plates in found she couldn't move her jaws when the plates were removed for cleaning. ears -popped and I nearly passed she said the former 247-pounder. was a terrible Mrs. Turner is on a liquid diet of 600 calories a day and hoped to slim to 133 pounds by when the plates are to be removed permanently. Her doctors now doubt that she will make it because she still weighs 154 pounds. doctors think it will be at least two months before I can eat and there is also the danger I may lose some of my she said. But a spokesman at French campaign concludes PARIS The French presidential election campaign ends today with the final outcome on Sunday scarcely more certain than it was when President Pompidou died on April 2. Conservative candidate Valery Giscard who leads by two per cent in the latest opinion reached the climax in his campaign with a rally here Thursday night by an estimated supporters. But the final decision still appears to lie in the hands of the uncommitted put at 11 per cent of the electorate by the poll. Book sale nets Assistant librarian Bryan Huston of the Lethbridge Public Library reports was realized last week in the sale of about books that were discarded from the library shelves. Hundreds of city residents attended the sale last Friday and Saturday. About books were left unsold. These will be shredded. Nottingham General where the plates were are satisfied with her progress. We are quite sure that her jaws will go back to normal when she has the plates removed permanently. And there is no evidence that her teeth have deteriorated as a result of her Mishaps A Lethbridge woman sustained minor injuries when a car driven by a 22-year-old city man collided with a parked vehicle Thursday causing damage. Dave 2915 15th Ave. told police he was reaching for something on his dashboard when he lost control of his car and it collided with a parked car belinging to Joseph 2015 16th Ave. S. Diane a passenger in the injured her neck and hip. Joseph of 1206 9th St. was charged with careless driving Thursday after a car ran into a light standard at the north end of the 9th Street Mr. Kim Paavola of Hardieville and Tony 1206 9th St. N. were injured and were treated at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and released. There was damage to the vehicle. A bike belonging to Gary T. 729 19th St. has been found at 1st Avenue and 18th Street North. Mr. Gleb was thrown from his bike Thursday and received 11 stitches to his head. He could remember very little of the accident except riding down 13th being thrown from his and waking up in hospital where he is in staisfactory condition. A resident of the 18th Street North and 1st Avenue area reported her son found Mr. Gleb lying on the road. Three passing men took him to hospital. The resident had Mr. Gelb's bike which was reported missing after the accident. Albina Mr. Gleb's mother told The Herald today her son is regaining his memory and it has been discovered he went to a friend's house on 18th Street North and 1st Avenue and had not been travelling down 13th Street as he had thought earlier. Police say Mr. Gleb fell from his bike. a spokesman for Quebec Provincial Police said Thursday the flow was at and expected to be increased ooday to cubic feet a second. haven't seen the worst he said. A Hydro-Quebec spokesman said Thursday gas and elec- tricity supplies have been cut to 200 homes in the area. He said the Mercier Dam spillways may .have to be opened more by the weekend if rain continues. FURTHER FLOODING will cause even further but it is either that or have the dam A meeting with provincial government representatives is scheduled today to discuss a plea by the region to have it declared a disaster area. Gilles Quebec natural resources told the national assembly Thursday the extend of damages due to flooding in the Gatineau Valley will not be established until after the water recedes. Mr. Masse said the inter-de- partmental committee on dis- asters has sent delegates to the area to provide whatever help is possible. other low-level towns along the Gatineau were also forcing evacuation of some residents by boat and truck. Officials in near reported no flooding yet in the town centre although 25 persons were evacuated Thursday. In nearby officials said the currently 27 inches above its normal would have to rise another 10 inches before evacuations would be necessary there. Evacuations have already taken place in Ste. Famille Masson and Templeton. SPILLWAYS OPENED eight of 10 spill- ways at the Carillon Dam on the Ottawa River have been opened to prevent overflowing. Flood waters Thursday were reported flowing into the dam at a rate of cubic feet a second. Mercier dam spill-offs af- fected the Montreal region where the Millef lies River has risen 38 inches since flooding began Monday. Towns' north of Montreal along the river were also hit severely by floods. St. Marine sur le northern Laval and Pointe Calumet were the hardest hit where at least homes were reported flooded. The St. Maurice River Thursday flooded a highway between Cap de la 77 miles northeast of Montrealand La 75 miles northwest of Quebec Quebec Provincial Police said. The which runs parallel to the has submerged sections of the highway in as much as five feet of forcing evacuation of 22 families from La Tuque. Childhood cancer cures 'may cause more cancer' Tex. A New York cancer specialist said today there's initial evidence that the combined treatments being used with growing success against childhood cancer can cause and other defects in some patients years later. Dr. Giulio D'Angio stressed that only a relatively few cases of late-developing complications including impairment of normal function of some bodily organs have been noted among hundreds of patients benefitting from against childhood cancer in the last decade. But he told the first national conference on childhood sponsored by the American Cancer that there is a need for special caution in applying the successful against the original malignancy. The treatments include super-voltage irradiation and various combinations of drugs Services set sometimes all three in combination. He said that cancer specialists now are trying to identify and retain only those components that are essential for success against the initial cancer and eliminate those that may pose a risk years later. Childhood cancer including Hodgkins' disease and certain tumors of the nervous kidney and bone is relatively striking only one child in But it ranks second only to accidents as a killer of school-age children and is the No. 1 disease killer for children younger than 15. Heist Thieves made away with three six television sets and dishwasher from L and W Moving 3510 5th Ave. city police report. The appliances were being stored at L and W by Hoyt's Hardware located at Westminister Plaza and were valued at for justice Que. A funeral service will be held Saturday for Mr. Justice Arthur Ives a retired Quebec Superior Court who died Tuesday. Mr. Justice born in in the Eastern graduated in law from McGill University in 1921. He joined the Quebec Bar Association in 1923 and was appointed to the Superior Court in 1948 retiring 20 years later. Mr. Justice in a 1955 widely-publicized test ruled that an Israeli court di- vorce is valid in de- spite radical differences in the divorce procedures of the two countries. That same year he ruled that Montreal's Holy Day store-closing ordering stores to close on such days as Epiphany and AH Saints was illegal. He found that the bylaw dealt with criminal matters ajid as such encroached upon a field of legislation reserved exclusively to the Canadian parliament. In his last judgment before retiring from the bench in Mr. Justice Smith set a precedent by ruling that in the question of pilferage on the the carrier was responsible for the lost goods. He is survived by his two children and five grand- children. Sherbrooke is 75 miles southeast of Montreal. Protect haby from drafts and cold willi this snug set BABY A BABY with a cuddly set Crochet cap. booties of 3- ply lingering yarn in easy pattern stitch. Pattern 7058 6 to 12 mos siaes 75 cents each pattern cheque or money order. Add 15c each pattern lot first-class mail and special handling to Alice Ncedlecrall care of THE HKHALD. 60 Progress Ave. Scaiborough. Ont MIT 4P7 I'nnp plainly Pattern Address. ISO most popular designs in our .1974 Needlccrafl All crafts' 3 free designs inside. Send 7M ;