Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
CONTRACTS GARAGE BUILDING CEMENT. v. jfk find sluccolnq. Aiulrrinn nnd Corulruclion, 1070 71li Avc s. Phone business review nuiy lie IJul'i'ell's project FRED 5TEINER CEMENT WORK. old dug. walrr in fiured, tree cilimales. Phone 32J-C2E4. "FREE ESTIMATES ON KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, VANITIES AN'O CHI- NA CABINETS. E10RGE RAVEN, 327- 3219. C15fn-lf REMODELLING HOUSES, 51DE- end cabinetB- 320-0259. aflcr 6 p.m ALL REPAIRS, ROOF 1 TIG, SIDING, JarW. kitchens, cnUlncls, balh- roomi, ceramic llio. Town or coun- try. Pnono 328-3071. _______3903-13 f- AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel Invelinfj. Compaction cqulo- menl Concrele equipment. Corral Swning. Phone H10 ?nd Al UMItJUM '.V1NDOWS AND DOORS. HO MAINTENANCE MO CHANG- ING PHONE JONES ROOMNG, MB- PUBLIC" NOTICES ALBER1A HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER CALL FOR PROPOSAL Sealed lenders proposals lor rne eredicn oncl complelicn cl ten (10) units ol public housing in the Town ct Clarcsholm, Albcrla, clearly marked either "Tender cr for Public Housinq Clnrc'holm. Algeria will he retrivtd by His Town Secretary, Tovn of crcresliolm, up >o a.m., M.D.S.T., Friday, June J3, 1972. Ten- ders 'will be opened in public. Specilice lions, plans- lender forms And proposal iorms may be obtained from tfie undersigned and may bo viewed at lhe Construction Associations in Edmonton, Ciilaary, Red Deer and Medicine Hat or Lethbridge. Tfndcrs and P.-apesals must be ac- companied by certilied cheque or bid bond lor tm per cent ft OR ANY TENDER OR PROPOSAL WILL NOT NECES- SARILY BE ACCEPTED. B. R OrysiuK Executive Dircclcr Alberls Housing Corporation 1IE10 Kinnsway Avenue Edmonton." Alberla T5G 0X5 MB7 ALBERTA HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER CALL FOR PROPOSALS Sealed tenders proposals Icr rne erection and completion of Iwenfy (20) unit 5 c! public housing in I tie Cily of Weiaskiwin, Alberla, clearly marked either "Tender or Proposal Public Housing We'askiwin, be received by Ihe City AAsnarjfT City of WelasKiwin, up to p.m., M.D.S.T-. Wednesday, June 21, 1V72. Tenders be opened In pub! it Specifications, clans, tender forms and proposal forms may be obtained from ine undersigned and moy be viewed at ifin CansfrucHon AssocJaHrjns in Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer and M-dicine Hal or Lclhbridge. Tenders and Proposals must be ac- companied by certified cheque or bid bond for ten per cent of Ihe total bid price THE LOWEST OR AfJV TENDER OR PROPOSAL WILL NOT NECES- SARILY BE ACCEPTED. D. R. Orysiuk Executive Director Alberla Housing Corpora I ion 11810 Kinrjsway Avenue Edmonton, Alberta T5G OXS MBB ALBERTA HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER CALL FOR PROPOSALS Sealed lenders proposals for fiic erection and cf four- 1572. Tenders be opened in public- Specifications, [Jans, render forms nnd proposal forms may be obtained at the Con struct Ion Associations in Edmonlcn, Calgary, Red Dr-er nnd Medicine Hal cr Lclhbridge. Tenders and Proposals must be ac- companied by certified cheque or bid bond for ten per tent (IMi) cf tha total bid price. THE 1 OWE5T OR ANY TENDER OR PROPOSAL VVJL" NOT NECES- SARILY BE ACCEPTED. B. R. Execulive Director Alh-rla Housing Ccrocraticn 11H10 Kingsway" Avenue Edmonton, Alberta T5G OXS ALBERTA HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER AND'OR CALL FOR PROPOSALS DEATHS nOLI.AG Passed away suddenly in lhe cily on Tues- day, May 30, 1972, Mr. Otto HolJag al lhe age of 59 years, of 2CLh Avenue and :UHh Street South, beloved husband of Mrs. Pauline Rollag and Lhc son of Mr. and Mrs. John 0. Holing of LcLhbrulgc. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C2245 DEATHS (1-0 units of public liousinq in 'h? Tov.n cl Brocks, AlocMa, Houiir.fj Rro-.fc.. will b? -pfivrrl hv Ihr Tov.'n Secrclary, Town c.l up In 7'PO p.m, M D.S.T.. InursrJay, W2. lenders will t? opened in nuMk proposal Icrni', may r-e orjfalnPrt from fht? undprsiqnctl may be viewed al the Ccnc.lruclinn Associations in r-dmonlnn, rnltinry. Rod Deer and Hal o.r I ctllliridcic Tenders rind rrnncsnl.s muM he fnmpanled l.y fiyfilird r.r hid hnnd lor 1 pn the lolnl Kd prir.p THL l.OWtST OR ANY TTtlDFR OR PROPOSAL WILL 'JOT NCCrS- SARILY BE B. R Orv'iul, tXL'culivr; Diroc'r.r Ahirrl.T MOUSIIKI 11R10 Avr-nur Cdmonlon, Alhorln T5G OXJ A1M MAVOUS MKKT TOKYO (AI1) The mayors of New York. Moscow. Paris, Iximlon nnd Tokyo are lo meet hero Nov. UiKiu hi discuss urban prnhlems, Tokyo Uyokichi Minobc announced. KNOWLTON Passed away in Great Falls, Montana o n Sunday, May 1072, Manley Wnync Knowlton, aged 30 years, beloved son ol Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Knowlton ol the Psigan Reserve. The service will be held in St. Cyprian's Anglican Church on Thursday, al p.m Kev. R. Hunt officiating. Interment, Brocket Cemetery. Funeral ar- rangements bv EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C22W CASTLES Passed away in j Hit; cily on Wednesday, May 11172, Mrs. lida Castles al lhe age'of (111 years, beloved wife ol Hie lale Mr. Charles Castles. Funeral arrangcirienls will b e I announced when c o niplclcd. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- (ors of Tunei-al Serrice. C2240 i away on i Tuesday. Way 30, 1972, Thomas Joseph Qumlan. aged 117 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Agnes Quinlnn of Pincher Creek. Re- quiem High Mass will be cel- cbraled in SI. Michael's Roman Catholic Church on Friday at a.m Rev. M. Hagel cel- eljranl. Friends moy mecl for prayers in Eden's Funeral Home on Thursday at p.m. Funeral arrangements hy EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD. Pincher Greek. C2243 emonamS I IN MEMORIAMS COUSINS In loving mem- ory of Nicholas .1. Ccusins who passed away M.ay III, 1370. remembered b y Effie, Elaine, Robs and; girls. !93i OCKEY Eugene Edward, passed away in Cardston on Monday, May 29th, 1972, al lhe age of 72 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Vera Ockey ol Cardston. Funeral services will be held in the Alberla Stake Chapel on Thursday, .lime Isl at 1 p.m., with Bishop Reed Zemp officiating. Interment lollow in the Cardston Cemetery- Friends may meet the family and pay their re- specls from 12 noon prior lo the sen-ice in the Relief Society Room of the church. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Sendee. C2244 PUBLIC NOTICES SCHOOL INSURANCE TENDER Scalded Tenders addressed _ to: Willow Creek School Division No- ZB Box 69, CLARESHOLM, AIMrlS will be received by "ie Secrrilary- Treasurer up lo Noon. June 361h, 1972- Tender Specificaticns may be cD- lalned from the Secrelary-Treasurer in Ihe School Division Office in Clares- The Willow Creek School Division No- 28 reserves Ihe right to re] eel sny or all Tenders or any porlion thereof and lo mcdify eny coverage or secficn as desired. R. E. Congdcn, W Mow Creek School Divisicn Ho. CLARESHOLM, Alttrla M90 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the mailer ol lhe eslalo of JOHN DAVIS, lale cl 1he Cilv cl Lelhbrldqe, Alutrta. sorjarotcd. v.hc died on the 5th day c.1 May. TAKE NOTICE IhDl 311 pi-'rscns hav- I ing claims upon the eslate erf the fibovc named must file wilh Ihe undersigned by 13rd day cf June, 1972, a full stalc-ment of their claims and nl Mcurllics held ty them. J. LITTLEWOOD, Depuly Public Trustee, 301 John J Bowlen Building. 610 7ln Avenue 5. W. CALGARY, AlberlB. M32 SAKL'W ATARI Passed away at Tater on Monday, May 29. J372, Takayuki al ihe age of 3D years. Bom in Raymond, the late Mr. Saru- watari received his elementary and high school education there. He then attended the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, graduating in in- dustrial electricity in 1953. He married Mary Okamoto in 1955 and worked in Calgary be- fore moving to Taber in 1959 to operate Electric Motor Sales and Sen'ice. Survivors are his loving wife, Mary; one daugh- ter, Katbryn Anne, Taber; one son, David Tak of Taber; his mother, Mrs. Juzo (Aiko) Saru- watari of Raymond; three brothers, Toshiyuki and Sakae of Raymond and Minoru of Calgary; five sislers, Mrs. K. Kila'jima, Japan, Mrs. Minoru (Rilsuko) Kimura, Raymond, Mrs. Roy (Toshiko) Ikari, Stevestoii, B.C., Mrs. Frank (Sady) T a g a m i, Vancouver, Mre.'Hanlt (Jeanie) Takahashi, Edmonton. He was prede- ceased by his father and a brother. Funeral services will be conducted from Knox Uni- led Church in Taber on Fri- day, June 2 at p.m.. wilh Rev. Kenneth Morris officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the Taber J! e m o r i a 1 Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations to the charily of your choice, ap- preciated, care of Dr. N. S. Boyle Taber. Alberta. HUM- IP fin IBS FUNERAL HOME I LTD., Taber, in charge of ar- j rangcments. C2247 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by The undersigned up lo 11 o'clock A.M. on Friday, June 9lh, 1972, for the conilruction d the following work: (1) Project 5. R. 890, Bonnyville lo La Corey Mile 0.00 to Wile i.04 Asphallic Ccnerele pavement Wile fi.M to Wile 12.20 Asphallic Concrete Base-Pavemcnl Approximate Quantities 39.000 Tons cf Gravel pTpn Miles Haul Contract end Specitlcalicns may he obtained at Ihe ollice ol Ihe Chiel Corisfruclion Engineer, Highways Build- inr- EdmcTilon, Alta., Ihe office of Ihe Dfslricl Engineer, 1707 Sixlh Slrcel N.W., Calgary, AlberlB, antl Ihe rllico of the Disfricl Engineer, Adminislra- lion Biulding, Lplhbridge, Alberta, and will be available only lo Individuals rtgiilered and cperaling in flie Prov- ince ot Aberla. c.r lo pnrlnersnips or corpc-rations registered and opera-ling In and who have established a fixed place of business in fhe Province of Alberla. A depcsi! ol Twenly Five FUNERALS WEBER Funeral service for Peter Joseph Weber, who died in the city Monday, May 22. 1972. at the age of years, was held at p.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel with Pastor W. F. Schoepp officiating. Pallbear- ers were Ted Rudd, Victor SHngsby, Lloyd Jones, Melvin, Jerrold and Richard Barton. Interment was in Archmount Memorail Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, ivas in charge of the arrangements. DEAL In loving memory of a dear husband, Henry, who passed away tori! 33. 1970, and a dear son. Alviiv who passed away May 23, 1950, loved sadly miss- i ed by fheir wife and mother, j Clara Deal. OTTAWA (CP) Walter E, Duffcll, 02, former chief slalisli- chin of Canada, has been ap- pointed vice-president of The Conference Hoard in Canada, an i independent nun-profil business ar.d economic research organi- i zulion, it was announced here. Mr. Duffett, who headed Slat- islics Canada and its predeces- sor Mm Dominion Bureau of Sta- tistics for 15 years, is to explore lhe feasibility of the conlercncc lioaril publishing a quarlcrly business review, lhe announce- ment said. H i s appointment was an- nounced by Alexander B. Trow- j bridge, president of the Confer-1 ence Board, New York, and Ar-: Ihur J. R. Smith, president ol I Hie Conference Board in Can-' ada. I Mr. Smith, former chairman of lhe Economic Council of Can-1 said lhe quarterly business j Pattern review would be "aimed espc cialy at providing lu'gb quail ly and up-to-date analysis of busi- ness trend and problems for (lie benefit of decision-makers and senior economic anil ness advisors Wedneidoy, May 31, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Plane hijacker lakes own life Pattern TUFF In loving memory or Alfred (Curly) Tuff, passed away Key 31st, Quid Ty remembered every day, Sadly missed along life's way. j Just ES he was he will always be, Treasured and loved in oui memory. remembered by his family. 2332 McRAE In loving memory o[ a dear husband and rather, Donald Cleveland, who passed away May 31. 1969. Gone, dear father, gone for- ever, How we miss your smiling j lace, Bui you left us to remember None on earth can take your place. A happy home we once en- joyed How sweet the memory But death has left a loneliness The world can never fill. remembered by his wife, Alvira, Ron and Ken; Marlens Hartley and boys; Don, Marilyn and girls. 2330 Deaths yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Belmonl, Stephen M. Nagy, 61, a leading microan- alyst credited with numerous contributions in the field of at- omic energy. Major, "4, former editor-in-cluef and man- aging editor of La Presse and president of The Canadian Press in 1350-51, after a lengthy illness. LOB Montague, 66, top U.S. amateur golfer, after a long illness. W i n everybody's attention with poster-bright faces! N e w, fun, quick! Paint Happy Faces with felt-tip markers on bodyshirte, sweat- shirts, jeans, pillows, pictures. Pattern 7371: transfer about x 10 inches. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling Alice Brooks, care of THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Headers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario SAO I'AULO, Brazil (neuter i A liijackcr killed himself here alter losing a bailie of wits in an attempt to hold for ran- .som a airliner with persons on board. He duped city airport officials inln believing he had Iwo ac- of I h e m o thai they were ready to blow up the plane and its occupanls his demands were not met. Afler (he bizarre and confused incidents, he himself was outs- marted Tuesday night and shot liimself throughl he head. An air ministry communique early today said the Lockheed Eleclra turboprop of Varig Air- lines, on a regular flight lo Cur- itiba and Porto Alegre in south Brazil, was hijacked near Curi. liba Tuesday and Ihe pilol forced lo return to Congonhas airport here. Then followed more than seven hours of haggling between the hijacker, using the plane's radio, and airport security men in the control Lower. Brazilian authorities agreed to hand over the ransom of 1.500.000 cruzeiros (about and three parachutes. PLANNED TO BALE OUT The hijacker, named as Nel- son Mesquita, 25, said he and his fictitious accomplices in- tended lo bale out somewhere over Brazilian territory. Late Tuesday night, 88 of the 89 passengers were allowed lo leave the aircraft, along with five of the seven crew mem- bers. Afler Hit1 passengers had left the plant. Ihe hijacker was told it would not be taking off bn- causo ol engine He was sutequendy over- powered Iiy lhe throe reinainins hostages who locked him in tho lavatory. Then they jumped 'o safely out of one nf the cabin windows because of the hijack- er's Lhrc-at lo blow up the air- craft with high explosives A spokesman for lhe Varij later said Mesquita, seeing all was lost, put a bullel through his head. Richard (lollcv heads Kinsmen COALDALE (UN'Si Rich ord C o 11 e y has been elected president of the Coaldale Kins- men Club. Others elected lo serve as the 1972-73 e x e c u I i v c are Curl Campbell, vice-president: Don- ald B 1 a d w J n, sccrelai-y, Ben Reimer. treasurer; and Rudy Van Rijn, bulletin editor. Directors elected were Roger Handley, Doren Templcton and Douglas Ober. They will officially be instal- led in office at the June 21 meeting. POPULATION GROWTH Australia's population at the. end of 1971 was estimated at an increase during the year of 165.000. ZIPPY COVERALL JUMP In long and short-short versions plus blouse put you way ahead of everybody this season. Choose brisk blue denim. Printed Pattern 4562: NEW i Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16.1 Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2V's yds. 45-in.; blouse 1 yd. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (75 cents) in coins (no stamps, please) for each pattern add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, care of ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it lo The Herald. FREE Spring Fashion Offer Choose one pattern free from new Spring Summer Catalog. All sizes! Send 50c INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, fit. sew modern way. NSTANT! FASHION BOOK what-lo-' wear answers. Sl.OO. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR BULK PLANT AGENTS Pacific Pelroleums Lid. requires BUIK PLANT AGENTS in Lelhbridge and Cardslon, Alberla. successful applicants will enjoy the advantagci of operating their own businesses, plus the bene- fits of extensive support from a large, progressive pelroleum company. Pacific Bulk Plant Agenls profit direclly 4rom Iheir own efforts. Previous experience in this field would be an advantage, but all applications will be considered. Some capital required. Phono or write: Mr. les Todd, Box 6666, Calgary. 268-6479 coch ccpy cl Hie Ccnlacl and caiicns taken. Each bid must he ac- companied by a niiirKcd cheque or bend equnl lo lO-.i of Tender. Tenders will be opened In pijblic.Jne lo.vost or L H. Mtf.Mnus, Deputy Minister o) Hipliways and Transport. MSi THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE i Public nollcr i> hereby gKcn Hial I Iho tinderslrjncrl lo .ipplv In ftlhprla Conlrr.l n.-i.ird fo- I .1 lirencr lo inh Dfrr, v.inc ,ind llnuor by (lie fcr fonMitllplin'i only on ll'.e nr.rtir.n ol IMP in accordance wild Ihe provisions of Thr Linunr Lkpnsinn Acl nnd Ihr Rcriu- Mllons n'.Tdc thorrunder with 'o Ihr lollowinrj (lescnhcd promiF.OS WATERTON LAKES HOTEL COMPANY (1956) LIMITED KOOTTNAI IODGE HOTFL WATERTON PARK. Al.nilRTA I f.l I lo 6 mock .1 Pliin No W51 D K Ohjprlions lo lltis applic.ilion lie mad" forlhwiih to fhe Liquor Control Hoard, Fdmonlon. Dalcri al wntprton Lnkps, Albprla, this ?6lh day ol May, 197? WATERTON LAKES HOTEL COMPANY LIMITED QUAYLE Funeral service for Mr. James Edward Quayle, beloved husband of Mrs. Bertha EUen Quayle of 621 10th St. N. who died in the city Tues- day. Way 23, 1972, at the age o[ 56 years, was held at p.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N.. with Rev. Peter Walker of- ficialing. Pallbearers were Bill Quayle Kevin Quayle. Greg Arnold. Allan Brown, Boh Frayn and Maur- ice Crahb Inferment was in j Hie Field of Honor in Mountain View Ccmeleiy. Martin Bros. j Ltd., Direclors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. i OP.lt Funeral service tor' I Mrs. Javona Orr, beloved wife of (lie late Clarence Orr, who i died nl Fort Macleod Friday. May 1872, al lhe age of C3 years, was held al 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 30. 1972, in Iho 1 Fort Macleod' LDS Chapel with i Bishop Klmcr Derricolt offici- j ating. Honorary palllxlirers I i were Alma Orr, Allen McMur- i ray: f.ockard. Stephen. Daryl, I Gilbert. Michael and Biu'oh I llornbcrgcr: and Doughs Wil- limns. Active wcro brothers Mark. Ncphi. (Jcorgc, Joseph and Sam llornbcrger and nephew Dave McMurray. Inlcrmenl wa.s in lhe Orion Cemetery. Chrislensen Salmon Funeral Home Ud., nireclors of Service, was in clKirge of Ilie arranrJemeiiLs. APT AI) I LONDON (CP) Tlic Roynl College of Midwivos, ndvcrlls- I ing for a staff replacement in a i national newspaper, described i the job as 'an assistant secre- j i rclalions officer." SIMMONS "The Greatest Name in Sleep" TRUCKLOAD SALE BOX SPRINGS MATTRESSES at Tomorrow's Furniture Ltd. THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY, JUNE 1-2-3 "We have just received a truckload of 100 Simmons quality box springs and mattresses. For this Thursday, Friday and Sat- urday only we are clearing them out at fantastic savings to You." if QUEEN SIZE 60" x 80" TAKE YOUR Box spring nnd mallroil with tpecificnlions jimilor lo models wilh o juggeslod liil price of 219.95 ChUltfc if DOUBLE SIZE 54" x 72" Box spring and mcllresi with specifications similar lo models wilh a suggested list price of 175.95. if SINGLE SIZE-39" x 72" Box spring and maltross with specifications similar BOX SPRING to models wilh a suggested lilt price of 155.95. and MATTRESS 1254 3rd Ave. South Phone 328-4133 "OPEN TILt 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY"