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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26-THE LETHBRIDGE May 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONtY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S -328-5548 C5216-U 90 CONTRACTS BOBCAT WORK We will dig out sidewalks. Back tilling. Leveling. Clean up. Phone Basement or framing. D D Vmce 327-1332. 1887-25 Garage cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson 1020 7lh Ave. S. Phone 327-6682 C-7377-tf All types cement work and weeping tile. Phone J J Custom Works. 345- 4630. 328-3870. 910-11 Qualified Custom Painters concrete houses etc. Phone collect. Raymond. 9507-tf Fred Stemer cement old basements dug. water proofing. In- sured. Phone 327-8286. 462-U Fences built Miscellaneous building. Concrete ill repairs. Jim 328- 3983. 7799-tf Custom Cribbing and framing. Chinook Construction 328- 4707. C8743-K ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES 328-5745. C1936-tf Economy painting and decorating. Very very reasonable. noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf Contractor all lay stone cement in house small accepted 329- 4678 1057-tf house painting and all repairs Phone Ben 327-3606. 17-tf BOX NUMBER REPLIES 9 14. 21. 23. 40. 46 55 Tape refusal blasted WASHINGTON President Nixon's refusal to supply 11 Watergate tapes is providing new grounds for say some members of the House of Representatives judiciary committee. means the cover-up con- tinues. said George Danielson after Nixon notified the committee Wednesday he will not comply with its subpoena or any other it issues for Watergate material. hurting him with the said Tom Rails- back one of a num- ber of Republicans who ex- pressed disappointment at Nixon's action. In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTHS HUTTON Bill and Charlene are pleased to announce the birth of their first 9 Ibs. 7 on May 1974. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. Szpak and Mr. and Mrs. B. all of Lethbridge. Insured. 19l5-25h ARNOLDUSSEN Clarence and Johanna Arnoldussen are proud to announce the arrival of their second a Joel born May 1974. 8 4 oz. at Lethbridge. Municipal Hospital. A brother for Jonas. Proud grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. Arnoldussen and Mr. and Mrs. G. Feyter of Fort Macleod. 2080-25 DEATH MICAK Passed away at Taber on May of at the age of 79 years. Born at Slavonija November she came to Taber in 1928 and married Matt Marosevich. They farmed east of town until 1959. Predeceased by her first husband in she remarried to Joe Micak and has resided at Taber until the time of her passing. Survivors include her husband one Mrs. Ivan two Mrs. Matilda Kudrina. Mrs. Angelina one Joseph five grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Taber on May 24 at 11 with Rev. Father Don O'Dwyer celebrant. Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME are in charge of arrangements. C8873 DEATHS NOSS Passed away in the city on May Mrs. Anna M. Noss at the age of 90 years of the Edith Cavell Nursing beloved wife of the late Mr. Ole Noss. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8875 ENTZ Sarah beloved wife of Mr. Joseph Entz of the Crystal Springs passed away on May 1974 at the age of 80 years. Funeral service will be held at the Crystal Springs Church on May 24th at p.m. CHRISENSEN-SALMpN Funeral assisting with arrangements. C8874 IN MEMORIAMS KNOX Loving memories of our dear brother who passed away May 1964. While dear rest and Your memory we'll always keep. Remembered by sisters and brother. 2081 CHUEN In loving memory of a dear father and Sun who passed away May 1972. Just a prayer from we who loved Just a memory fond and true. In our hearts you will live forever. Because we thought the world of you. Loving and thoughtful in all his ways. Upright and just to the end ol his Sincere and kind in heart and mind. What a treasured memory he left behind. remembered and sadly missed by his daughter and grandchildren Shari and Chris Fong 2138 IN MEMORIAMS CHUEN A tribute to Sun who passed away May 1972. To One of the fixed stars of my Which will ever be illuminated by your wise and generous spirit. remembered by granddaughter Linda Jade 2083 VOLLENDORF-In loving memory of my dear husband who passed away May 1968. Though his smile is gone forever And his hand I cannot touch Still I have so many memories Of the one I loved so much. His memory is my keepsake With which I will never part. God has him in His keeping I have him in my heart. by his loving wife Lila 2082 CHUEN In loving memory of a dear father and Sun Chuen. who passed away May and also a dear mother and Bow who joined him December Some things. in life you cannot Gifts that are rare and Such as the gift of loved Like the ones we had in you. We do not need special days To bring you to our The days we do not think of you Are impossible to find. We have learned with patient effort To hide the tears that But we cannot help the longing That lives within our hearts. If all the world was ours to give We'd give it all and To see your smiling faces once again Come walking through our door. remembered and sadly missed by his daughter Lome Fong and family 2139 IN MEMORIAMS CHUEN In loving memory of our dear Sun who passed away May and also our dear Bow who joined him December Wonderful grandparents who were true and kind. More devoted persons impossible to No one knows our longings as we write this simple Tine Our grandparents we'll cherish for all time. You shared our our our fears. God bless you Grandpa and Grandma for those precious remembered by your Rodney and Valerie Fong 2140 CHUEN In loving memory of a dear who passed away May 1972. Your gentle face and patient smile With sadness we You had a kindly word for each And beloved by The voice is mute and stilled the heart That left us well and true. bitter was the trail to part From one so good as you. You are not forgotten dear dad Nor will you ever be. As long as love and memory last. We miss you our hearts are sore As time goes by we miss you more. Your loving your gentle No one can fill your vacant place. remembered and sadly missed by his sons George. Harry. Norman and daughters Helen and Mary 2141 WANTS NIXON TO STAY COLORADO Colo. Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz said Wednesday that calls for President Nixon's res- ignation completely irre- He told a news conference. president should not resign.'' CARDS OF THANKS ERICKSON We wish to express our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all our neighbors and relatives for all their flowers and cards of sympathy extended to us during the recent passing of our beloved son Bill. and Mrs. Walter Erickson and Milk Alta. 2117 LIGHTBQUND We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our relatives and neighbors who helped in any our recent bereavement. For those who sent messages of sympathy and donations to the Heart Fund we are truly grateful. Thank you also to Rev. Frank the doctor and staff first floor St. Michael's Hospital and Martin Bros. Ltd. Lightbound and family 1970-23 Lottery bargain scuttled A parking ticket won't buy you half a Winter Games lottery city council decided Tuesday. Council- rejected a suggestion by Games Lottery chairman John Gogo that to encourage meter violation tickets paid at city police headquarters count for of the lottery tickets. don't think they have to resort to this sort of said Aid. Bill Kergan. will only encourage people to break the parking City Manager Allister Findlay told council the police department was definitely against the idea. Council approve another suggestion by Mr. Gogo. Lottery tickets will be sold at city hall utility bill cashier wickets. Board seeks key to best teachers Members of the Lethbridge Separate School Board expect to find out May 30 how to better train teachers to teach in Catholic schools. A recommendation from the Lethbridge board has resulted in a completed study. The study will be made public at the annual meeting of the Canadian Catholic School Trustees Association in Regina May 30. Ralph superin- tendent of the separate school The Herald Wednesday recommendations to train teachers for Catholic schools will be revealed at the meeting. In another move to get better teachers for their representation has been made to the University of Lethbridge to establish classes for instructors in family life education aimed at helping in the teachers. Mr. Himsl said the Alberta School Trustees Association has recommended that universities assume leadership to help train teachers in family life education. He hopes teachers from the Lethbridge Catholic Separate School District will be able to study at the U of L to help them prepare for the start of a family life education program in the local separate schools this fall. a plan to restructure the administrative organization within the separate school district has been referred to a committee of the whole for further study June 12. Superintendent Himsl told the board meeting the present organization for school administration makes too many demands on the school principal. Under the present all components of the school from vice-principals and teachers to caretakers and are the direct responsibility of the Mr. Himsl said the principal has a direct link will all these sectors 'and it means he must give personal attention to every matter affecting the school. This leaves him with less time to devote to administrative duties. Under the reorganization more levels of authority would be instituted to take away some of the decision- making needed to keep the school running smoothly. If a pipe springs a the principal need not be said Mr. Himsl. The plan calls for elimination of one vice- principal's position and formation of two additional department heads one for religious education and one for student activities. If the new plan would become operative Jan. 1975. Turner defends budget Ont. Finance Minister John Turner penned the Liberal's election campaign counter-attack on financial issues Wednesday by challenging opposition parties to spell out their budgetary' proposals. This was one of three themes in his first major speech since the budget he brought down May 6 led to the defeat of the government in Parliament. He said statements by Pro- gressive Conservatives on economic issues are contradictory. The party had not designated one member of caucus to be finance critic. Special Program PRIZE Lucky program number your chance to win a half Arabian be drawn for during Sunday afternoon's show. Chinook Arabian Horse Association All -Arabian HORSE SHOW May 24th-25th-26th IRIII fl fl D 0 at Lethbridge llUUUIlU EXHIBITION PAVILION and p.m. a.m. admission Showtime p.m. and p.m. a.m. admission Showtime at p.m. The Colorful Shriners Oriental Band will perform during intermissions v w .N s fs fff wAs r See the finest in Arabian Horses and Riders from the British Saskatchewan and Alberta ;