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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CONTRACTS GARAGE BUILDING v.jfk and stuccoing, soronson Construction, S. Phone C E M E N 1 7111 Avc, C7377-1I FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, ftH basements clun. waler prooflntj. in SSedffSe estimates. "FREE ESTIMATES ON KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, VANITIES AMD CHI- MA CABINETS. BORGE REMODELLING HOUSE vnlks, driveways, tiarages, and cabinets. 32B-OJ59. after 5, SIDE- cuplicarth 6 p.m. 11.J2-K ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, ceramic tile. Town try. Phone 328-2071 C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS leveling. Compaction equip- ment Concrete equipment. C o r r a Waning. Phone HIO. Al UMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. PUBUC'NOTICES Jtiannb, business review may Uuffett's project DEATHS ROLLAG Passed away, suddenly in the city on Tues- day, May 30, 1972, Mr. Otto Rollag at the age ol 59 years, of 28th Avenue and 30th Street South, beloved husband of Mrs. Pauline Rollag and the son of Mr and Mrs. John 0. Rollag of Lcthbridge. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. DEATHS IN MEMORIAMS CASTLES Passed away in! COUSINS In loving mem- OTTAWA (CP) Walter E, Duffett, 02, former chief ciiin of Canada, has been ap- j pointed vice-president of The Conference Board in Canada, an independent non-profit business and economic research organi- i zalion, it was announced here. Mr. Duffett, headed Stat- istics Canada and its predeces- would be "aimed espc cialy at providing liigh quality j and up-to-date analysis of busi- ness treiy.l and problems foi the benefit of decision-makers and senior economic and bus; ness advisors." Wedneidny, May 31, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Plane hijacker own life lliu city on Wednesday, May 31, Mrs. Eda Castles at the age of 89 years, beloved wife of the late Mr. Charles Castles. Funeral arrangements will be announced when c o mpleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- ory of Nicholas J. Ccusins who passed away May tors of Funeral Service. 1970. remembem Effie, Elaine, Row. girls. sor the Dominion Bureau of Sta tistics for 15 years, is to explore j the feasibility of the conference Pattern SAO PAULO, Brazil (Renter i After the passengers had left A lu'jacker killed himself i the plane, the hijacker was told here after losing a battle of wits j it would not be taking off he- C224C KNOWLTON j ill Great Falls, ALBERlA HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER CALL FOR PROPOSAL Sealed tenders the erection and complclu units of public housing in Sunday, May 28, 1072, Manley Wayne Knowlton, aged 30 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Knowlton ol Ihe m1 funeral I away on i Tuesday, May 30, 1972, Thomas Joseph Quinlan, aged 87 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Agnes Passed away Quinlan of Pincher Creek. Re- Montana on quiem High Mass will be cel- ebrated in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church on Friday at a.m., Rev. M. Hagel cel- ebrant. Friends may meet for Peigan service Reserve, will be The held St. DEAL In loving memory of a dear husband, Henry, who lassed away A-nril 1970, and a dear son, Alvin. who passed away May 23, 1839. hoard publishing a quarterly rl b y business review, the announce- and ment said. 293i i His appointment was an- nounced by Alexander B. Trow- 1 bridge, president of the Confer- ence Board, New York, and Ar- prayers in Eden's Funeral Home on Thursday at p.m. rpl-VlCe Will DC IllilU III "L. ".....---------J Aneliean Church on Funeral arrangements by Cyprian s Anglican KIW.M-R FUNERAL HOME the To'.vn ct be" opened in public. Specifications, plans, tender 'ormo and oroDosal forms may be obtained from the undersigned and may bo viewed at the Construction Associations in Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer and Medicine Hal or Lethbridge. Tenders and Proposals must be ac- comcanied by certified cheque or Bid bond tor ten per cent (10.0) 01 in. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER OR PROPOSAL NOT NECES- SARILY BE ACCEPTED. B. R. Orysiuk Executive Director Alberta Housing Corporation IIEIO Kinosway Avenue Edmonton: Alberta TSG OXS Thursday, at p.m., Rev. R. Hunt officiating. Interment, Brocket Cemetery. Funeral Ar- rangements by EDEN'S NERAL HOME LTD., Macleod. ALBERTA HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER CALL FOR PROPOSALS Sealed tenders proposals for The erection and completion of twenty (20) units c! public housing in the City of Weraskiwln, Alberta, clearly marked cither "Tender or Proposal for Public Housing Wotaskiwin, Alberta" he received by the City Manaqer, City of Wetaskiwin, up to 3-00 p m- M.D-S.T-, Wednesday, June 21, 1V72. Tenders be opened in plans, tender forms and proposal forms may be obtained from the undersigned and may DC viewed at the Construction Associations in Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer and Medicine Hat or Lethbridge. Tenders and Proposals must be ac- companied by certified cheque or bid bond for ten per cent of the total bid price. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER OR PROPOSAL WILL NOT NECES- SARILY BE ACCEPTED. B. R. Orysiuk Executive Dlreclor Alberta Housing Corporation 11B10 Kingsway Avenue Edmonton, Alberta TSG 0X5 FU- Fort C2249 OCKEY Eugene Edward, passed away in Cardston on Monday, May 29th, 1972, at the age of 72 years, beloved has- cigt; wi. i j------1 band of Mrs. Vera Ockey of Cardston. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Chapel on Thursday .__ i, EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C2243 SAIIUW ATARI Passed away at Taber on Monday, May 23, 1972, Takayuki at ihe age of 39 years. Born 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- at 1 p.m., June 1st Bishop Reed Zemp officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their re- spects from 12 noon prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C2244 b I utiuiutuej t Stake 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 Service. Survivors are his loving wife, Mary; one daugh- PUBLIC NOTICES SCHOOL INSURANCE TENDER Box 69, CLARESHOLM, Alberts be rec ived by the surer up to Noon, Tender specification may be ob- tained from the Secretory-Treasurer in the School Division Office in Cures- The Willow Creek School Division No. 28 reserves the right to reiect sny or all Tenders or any portion thereof and to modify Bny coverage or section as desired. R. E. Congdcn, Secrelory-T thur J. R. Smith, president o! the Conference Board in Can-; ada. Mr. Smith, former chairman nay J-.U.J j of the Economic Council of Can- j loved rcicl sadly miss-1 yle quarterly business j ed by their wife and mother, i-----1_--------------------------------I Clara Deal. Pattern TUFF In loving memory of Alfred (Curly) Tuff, who passed Msy 3lst, JS33. Quictry remembered every day, Sadly missed along life's way. Just as he was he will always be, Treasured and loved in our memory. remembered by his family. 2332 ________________________pnrilES FUNERAL HOME NOTICE TO CREDITORS j LTD., Taber, in charge of ar- AND CLAIMANTS ALBERTA HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER CALL FOR PROPOSALS Sealed lenders proposals for the erection and cornplelion cf four- teen (U) units of public housing In the Town nt Manna, clearly marked cither "TPnder or Proposal fcr Public Housing Hanna, Al- berta" fcc received by the Secretary, Town cf Hanna, up to 00 A M., M.D.S.T., Thursday, June 22, 1972. Tenders will be opened in public. Specif icalions, r-'ai5' tender forms and proposal forms may be obtained frcm the undersigned and may be viewed at the C en struct Ion Associations in Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer and Medicine Hat or Lclhbridge. Tenders and Proposals must be ac- companied by certified cheque or bid band for ten per cent (KKi) rf the In the matlcr of 1be estate of JOHN DAVIS, late cf the City cf Alberta, separated, who i lied on tba 5th day d May, 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all porscns hav- ino claims upon the estate of the above named must file tbe undersigned By the J3rd day of June, 1972, a ful statement of their claims and of securities held by them. J. LITTLEWOOD, Deputy Public Trustee, 301 John J. Bowlen Building, fiio 7th Avenue S. W. CALGARY, Alberta. OR ANY TENDER total bid OR PROPOSAL NOT NECES- SARILY BE ACCEPTED. B, R. Executive Director Alberta Housing Cofooraticn 11810 Kingsway" Avenue Edmonton, Alberta TSG OXS ALBERTA HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER CALL FOR PROPOSALS tenciLTi fcr Thp erection and completion cf four- teen (1-0 units ol public nousinq in tne Town cf Brocks, Aluerla, cle.iriy marKcd "Tender or Proposal For Putlic Housing Brook? will be received by fhe Town Secretary, Town up to p.m., M.D.S.T.. Thursday, June 1972. Tenders wit! to opened in public Specifications, plans, tender tornu flnd proposal terms may be obtained from the and may be viewed at ftw? Ccmtruclion Associations in Edmonton, Caltiary, Red Deer and Medicine Hat or Lctnbridcie Tenders and Proposals must be ac- rompanled Ly fortified cheque or bid bond for ten per rent (Ifr-i) of the total bid price THE 1 OWtST OR ANY TRJDFR OR PROPOSAL WILL NOT NECES- SARILY BE ACCEPTED n. R. Orysiul, txeculivc Director Alberta Mousinq Corporation 11S10 Kincisw.iy Avenue Edmonton; Alberta TSG OXS Willow Creek School CLARESHOLM, Alberts Uo. 28 ter Kathryn Anne, Taber; one son, David Tak of Taber; his mother, Mrs. Juzo (Aiko) Saru- walari of Raymond; three brothers, Toshiyuki and Sakae of Raymond and Minoru of Calgary; five sisters, Mrs. K. Japan, Mrs. Minoru (Ritsuko) Kimura, Raymond, Mrs. Roy (Toshiko) Ikari, Steveston, B.C., Mrs. Frank (Sady) T a g a m i, Vancouver, Mrs. Hank (Jeanie) Takahashi, Edmonton. He was prede- ceased by his father and a brother. Funeral services will be conducted from Knox Uni- ted Church in Taber on Fri- day, June 2 at p.m., with Rev, Kenneth Morris officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations to the charily of your choice, ap- preciated, care of Dr. N. S. Bovle. Taber. Alberta. HUM- McRAE In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Donald Cleveland, who passed away May 31. 1969. Gone, dear father, gone for- ever, How we miss your smiling j face, Bui you left us to remember None on earth can take your place. A happy home we once en- joyed How sweet the memory still- But death has left a loneliness The world can never fill. remembered by his wife, Alvira; Ron and Ken; Martens Hartley and boys; Don, Marilyn and girls. 2930 C2247 FUNERALS Deaths yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Belmont, Stephen M. Nagy, 61, a leading mieroan- alyst credited with numerous contributions in the field of at- omic energy. Major, 74, former editor-in-chief and man- aging editor of La Presse and p r e s i d e n t of The Canadian Press in 1950-51, after a lengthy illness. Los Montague, 66, top U.S. amateur after a long illness. golfer, with poster-bright faces! N e w, fun, Happy Faces quick! with felt-tip markers on bodyshirts, 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 -to Alice Brooks, care of THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited GO Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario in an attempt to hold for ran- som a Brazilian airliner with 9C persons on board. He duped city airport officials into believing he had two ac- of that cause ol engine trouble. lie was subsequently over- powered by the three remaining hostages who locked him in tho lavatory. Then Iliey jumped ready to blow up the plane and t li e m a safety out of one of the cabin thev were windows because of the hijack- its occupanls were not met. il his demands Afler (he bizarre and confused i incidents, he himself was outs- 1 marled Tuesday night and shot 1 himself through! he head. 1 An air ministry communique j early today said the Lockheed Electra turboprop of Varig Air- i lines, on a regular flight to Cur- j itiba and Porto Alefire in south Brazil, was hijacked near Curi- i liba Tuesday and the pilol j er's threat to blow up the air- craft with high explosives A spokesman for the Varis later said Mesquita. seeing all was lost, put a bullet through his head. Richard (lollev heads Kinsmen forced to 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 tower. Brazilian authorities agreed to hand over the ransom of 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 to bale out somewhere over Brazilian territory. Late Tuesday night, 88 of the 89 passengers were allowed to leave the aircraft, along with five of the seven crew mem- bers. j COALDALE (HNS) Rich- ard C o 11 e y has been elected president of the Coaldale Kins- men Club. Others elected to serve as the 1972-73 executive arc Curt Campbell, vice-president: Don- ald B 1 a d w i n, secretary; 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 22 meeting. POPULATION GROWTH Australia's population at the end of 1971 was estimated at an increase 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! Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16. j 12 (bust 34) takes 2V'g 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 to The Herald. j 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-to- wear answers. Sl.OO. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR BULK PLANT AGENTS Pacific Petroleums Lid. requires BU1K P1ANT AGENTS in Lethbridge and Cardslon, Alberta. successful applicants will enjoy the advantage! of operating their own businesses, plus the bene- fits of extensive support from a large, progressive petroleum company. Pacific Bulk Plant Agenls profit directly from their own efforts. Previous experience in 1his field would be an advantage, but all applications will be considered. Some capital required. Phone or write: Mr. les Todd, Box 6666, Calgary. 268-6479 PROVINCE OF AtBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up lo 11 o clocK AM on June 1972, for the construction ol the following work: (1) Project S. R. 890, Bonnyville lo La Corey Mile 0.00 to Mile i.O-f Asnhallic Concrete pavement Mile 6.04 to Mile 12.20 Aspballic Concrete Base-Pavement Approximate Quantities 33.000 Tons cf Grave! ,Ton Miles Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Build- inn Edmonton, Alta., the office of the District Engineer, 1707 Sixth Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the rlfico of Ihe District Engineer, Administra- tion Biulding, Lethbridge, Alberta, and will be available only to Individuals registered and operating in tbe Prov- ince oi Aberta. c.r to partnerships or corporations registered and opera-tina In and who have established a fixed place of business in the Province 01 Alberla. A deposit ol Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Prov- Treasurer, will be reouired foi and S WEBER Funeral service for Peter Joseph Weber, who died in the city Monday, May 22. 1972, at the age of 90 years, was held at p.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel with Pastor W. F. Schoepp officiating. Pallbear- ers were Ted Rudd, Victor Slingsby, Lloyd Jones, Melvin, Jerrold and Richard Barton. Interment was in Archmount Memorail Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. QUAYLE Funeral service for Mr. James Edward Quayle, beloved husband of Mrs. Bertha Ellen Quayle of 621 10th St. N. who died in the city Tues- day. May 23, 1972, at the age of 56 years, was held at p.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 70S 13th St. N.. with Rev. Peter Walker of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Bill Quayle Kevin Quayle, Greg Arnold, Allan Brown, Bob Frayn and Maur- ice Crabb. Interment was in Ihe Field of Honor in Mountain View Ccmelerv. Martin Bros. vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. red TO The Roynl College of Midwives, advertis- ing for a staff replacement in a national newspaper, described the job as 'an assistant secre- relations officer." SIMMONS "The Greatest Name in Sleep" TRUCKLOAD SALE BOX SPRINGS MATTRESSES at Tomorrow's Furniture Ltd, THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY, 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." QUEEN SIZE 60" x 80" Box spring and matlrOM with ipecifitatlons similtit lo models wilh a tuggeslod lisl price of 219.95 DOUBLE SIZE 54" x 72" Box ipring and mottresi with specifications similar lo models wilh a suggested lisl price of 175.95. SINGLE SIZE-39" x 72" Box spring and mottresi wilh specifications similar !o models with a suggested Hit price of 155.95. TAKE YOUR CHOICE BOX SPRING ond MATTRESS 1254 3rd Ave. South Phone 328-4133 "OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY" ;