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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH DYSON Mel and Shery are pleased to announce the arrival of their baby girl Deanna Mae, born October 31 a.m., weighing 7 Ibs 15 oz., with lots of curly hair Proud grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Ernie Van- couver, B.C., and Mr and Mrs. Allan Bryant Lethbriage, Alta 5027 PUBLIC NOTICES GOVERNMENT Of ALIEHTA TENDERS WANTED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF STUDENT HOUSING, ALBERTA VOCATIONAL CENTRE FORT McMURRAY ALBERTA (G282K) Sealed tenders addressed to the Contracts Branch Administrator, Alberta Public Works for the Construction of Student Housing. Alberta Vocational Centre Fort McMurray, Alberta (G282K) will be received up to 2 o'clock p m Thur- sday, December 12, 1974 at Contracts Branch, 16th Floor, College Plaza, 8215 112th Street Edmonton Alberta, T6G 5A9 This contract consists of, 3 and 4 bedroom multiple housing units and Bachelor apartments of wood frame and stucco finish on a strip footing foundation Plans, specifications and tender forms may be obtained on applica- tion to the Contracts Branch, Alberta Public Works, and will be available to General Contractors, Mechanical Electrical sub-trades on deposit of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS {S1.00000) which will be refunded when plans and specifications are returned to Alberta Public Works prepaid, complete and m good order not later than fourteen (14) days after closing date of tenders, otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit Plans and specifications have been placed with Construction Associations in Edmonton Calgary Red Deer, Medicine Hat Lethbridge Grande Prairie. Peace River. Saskatoon, Winnipeg Builders Ex- change. Montreal Construction Association and Toronto, for the use of sub-trades Each General Contractors tender must be accompanied by (a) a cer- tified cheque or bid bond in the amount of 00 or. (b) a cer- tified cheque Or bid bond for an amount of not less than 10% of tender price Certified cheques are to be made payable to the Provincial Treasurer The attention of tenderers is drawn to the "Public Works Act" Page 2, Clause 9, which refers to Forefeiture of Security The successful tenderer will be re- quired to provide a certified cheque or negotiable or properly assigned Government of Canada or "Alberta Provincial Government Bonds for Ten Per Cent of the contract or a 50% Performance Bond THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED Tenders will be opened in public in the Alberta Public Works Conference Room, 16th Floor College Plaza Ed- monton W A B Saunders, P Eng. Deputy Minister of Public Works N5 DEATHS COREMAN Passed away on Sunday, Nov. 3, 1974, Laurelle Ann, at the age of eight months, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Coreman of Taber. Also sur- viving are a sister, Danielle; maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Damberger of Barnwell, paternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coreman of Barnwell; and two aunts and one uncle. The funeral service will be held in Reardon's Funeral Chapel, on Wednesday, November 6, at 11 a m with Rev R Heffelfinger officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Taber Memorial Garden. Funeral arrangements by REARDON HUMPHRIES Funeral Ser- vice Ltd Taber. C4117 ROBBINS Kenneth, beloved husband of the late Dorothy M Robbins, passed away at his residence 2009 7th Ave S Lethbridge on November 1st, 1974 at the age of 72 years Born in Provo, Utah on August 10th, 1902, Mr Robbins came to Canada in 1925 and settled in Calgary. He later operated theatres in Northern Alberta for Sharp's Theatres. He worked for Famous Players Theatrers locally for about 28 years. He ;eaves to mourn his passing, his mother, Mrs. Mary Ar- minta Robbins of Burnaby, B.C.; one son Keith Robbins of Lethbridge; one daughter, Wrs. Richard (Phyllis) Russell of Lethbridge; six grandchildren and also two sisters, Mrs. Norma Stewart, Burnaby, B.C., Mrs. Elfonda Marshall, Victoria, B.C. and three brothers, George of Stanley of Modesto, 'ahf and Alvin of Long Beach, Calif Funeral services will be held in The New Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses 2812 2nd Ave. S. on Wednesday, November 6th at p.m., with Mr. James 'enton officiating Interment will follow in The Archmount Memorial Gardens HRISTENSEN SALMON 'UNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4118 PUBLIC NOTICE DEATH HOOD Passed away in Picture Butte on Monday, November Mr. Pobert Hood at the age of 66 years of Picture Butte. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C4116 IN MEMORIAMS KEHOUGH In loving memory of John Kehough, who passed away November 5, 1973. remembered by his wife and family. 4782 CARPENTER John David, in remembrance of a dear brother in law. remembered by Ken, Audrey, and children. 4984 BOBINEC In loving memory of a dear father, John, who passed away November 5, 1971. He suffered in silence when no one knew, He never deserved what he went through, Take care of him, Lord, as he takes his rest, For on earth, he was one of the best He shared our hopes, joys and tears, God bless you, Dad, for those precious years. missed by his daughters, Flo, Joan and Lill and son Don. 5036 BOBINEC In remembrance of my dear husband, John, who passed away November 5, 1971. To your place of rest I travel, And flowers I place with care But no one knows the heartache, As I turn and leave you there No longer in my life to share, But in my heart you are always there The wound is deep and will not heal, Only God knows how I feel. You shared my love, my hopes, my tears. Thank you John for the many happy years. missed, lovingly CARDS OF THANKS THE CONGREGATION OF THE NEW DAYTON UNITED CHURCH Would like to express their sincere thanks to everyone who sup- ported their turkey dinner on Sunday. A special thanks to all those who worked so hard to make it such a success 5038 The Southminster junior Girls'Choir wishes to express their sincere thanks to all committees, parents, the members of the other choirs and people who attended their October 27 "Three in One" concert You help and support was appreciated and made a concer a success. Campbell and The Southminster Junior Girls' Choir 4983 OSHIRO My heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the people of Coaldale, Lethbridge and district, and to the churches in Coaldale and Lethbridge for their prayers, their well wishes, cards, telegrams, gifts tor all the expressions of love and concern which reached me at home and in Toronto during my recent illnesses and operation Bell Oshiro 4846-7 Tuesday, November 5, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 Keal estate control sought EDMONTON (CP) Sti icter controls over persons selling real estate in Alberta are contained in a bill in- troduced in the legislature Monday night by Consumer Affairs Minister Bob Dowlmg The bill would impose licensing controls on persons in the province selling real es- tate outside Alberta Mr Dowlmg told the legislature the government will not ask that the controls be made law this fall to allow members of the real estate business time to react to the proposals remembered Mary. by his wife 5035 CANADA THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY RELATING TO PUBLIC COMPLAINTS, INTERNAL DISCIPLINE AND GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE WITHIN THE ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE PUBLIC NOTICE The Commission of Inquiry established by authority of Order-in Council PC 1974-1338 dated June 6. 1974 to investigate and report upon a) the current methods of handling complaints by members of the public against members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and b) whether existing laws policies regulations, directives and proced- ures relating to discipline and the grievance procedure within the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are susceptible of improvement and if so by what means such improvement should be effected invites public participation by way of written submissions and public or private meetings or hearings The confidentiality of all submissions will be respected Interested citizens, including members and former members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, are requested to correspond with the Com- mission of Inquiry. 18th Floor. The Laurentian Towers. 44 Bayswater Ave Ottawa, expressing their views relating to the above questions Anyone wishing to meet with the Commission of Inquiry or members thereof should also write indicating the-r desire to do so The Commission will do its utmost to accomodate tnese requests The Commission requests that ail submissions be forwarded on or be- fore November 30. 1974 to either The Executive Secretary Commission of Inquiry 18th Poor The Laurentian Towers 44 Bayswater Avenue Ottawa K1V 4K3 Ontario P O Box 3070 Srtawa K1Y 4J3 Ontario D Scon Counsel. H Yarosky. Counsel. His Honour Judge RJ Mann Chairman. R Bourne. Commissioner. D K Wilson. Commissioner Dated at Ottawa m the Province of Ontario this 291h day of August 1974 CE Belford Executive Secretary Jo !fie Commission N21 GUIMOND In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Louis Guimond, who passed away November 5, 1973. Your gentle face and patient smile With sadness we recall You had a kindly word for each And died beloved by all. The voice is mute and still- ed the heart That loved us well and true. Ah. bitter was the trail to part From one so good as you. You are not forgotten loved one Nor will you ever be. As long as life and memory last We will remember thee. We miss you now. our hearts are sore. As time goes by we miss you more. Your loving smile, your gen- tle face. No one can fill your vacant place always and so sadly missed by wife Ann. children and grandchildren. 5037 Mommy1 This comin' from New York City1 Movbe we'll see Doddy'" CARD OF THANKS MCGREGOR Words fail me to express our sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses, and staff of the Coaldale Hospital for the wonderful care given us during our re- cent stay there Also to all our dear friends who sent such beautiful cards, brought presents and flowers, and visited us Also a big thank you to those who wished me well on my birthday, which I spent in the hospital, and the many birthday cards and gifts 1 received Your thought- fulness will long be remembered Thank you again everyone and Bill McGregor 4982 South sheepmen win prizes Two Southern Alberta sheep breeders captured some prizes at the Edmonton Livestock Farmfair '74 this week Ross Mouser of Clareshoim, the big winner in sheep com- petition at the 4th annual Rocky Mountain Livestock Show in Lethbridge in Oc- tober, showed an animal that was awarded the _reserve champion ram title for Suffolk sheep. Mr Mouser's entries also won the get of sire class and was second in the Breeder's Herd class. In other breed competition, Mr. Mouser took the Cham- pion Ewe title with a Corriedale animal. Rodney and Betty Cyr of Pincher Creek won the reserve cham- pion ewe title in the same competition with another Corriedale animal. The Cyr's animal also won the get of sire class in other breed competition. Nutritionist to speak A Lethbridge scientist is one of two speakers named to the first annual meeting of the Canadian Tarentaise Associa- tion Nov. 18 at the Highlander Motor Hotel in Calgary. Dave Bowden, animal nutritionist with the Lethbridge Research Station, will talk about cow size, milk production and its effect on weaning weight for calves. He joins Judd Bunnage. a representative of the provin- cial record of performance testing system, on the speakers list. Mr. Bunnage will explain changes in the ROP record form to include information on maternal progeny terting. Tarentaise is .1 breed known for its good mothering ability. King makes president Lethbridge businessman Fred King has been elected president of the Alberta Army Cadet League, succeeding Col. E. Boyd of Edmonton. Provincial judge George Lynch jftaunton and Reid Ainscough, both of Lethbridge, were elected to She board of governors for the league. The league was advised that proposed cuts in federal spending wouldn't apply to cadet organizations The league was told enrol- ment has increased sharply during the past few months A new training program and ad- mission of girls to cadet corps is credited with the increase Patterns Butterfly-Bright Nose down This car awaited rescue from a tow truck in Vancouver after going out of con- trol and plunging into an excavation. Its two passengers wore seat belts and escaped injury. End to Canadian oil exports to U.S. seen MINNEAPOLIS. Mm (AP) Former U S secretary of the interior, Stewart Udall. said Monday he expects oil imports from Canada to end, perhaps as early as two or three years from now. Almost all of the crude oil refined in Minnesota, and nearly half of the oil sold to consumers in the state, comes from Canada. "Canada is in a better posi- tion today than we Udall told a University of Minnesota symposium on the limits of the world's population and economic growth. "We have about six years of oil left using it at the present rate, they have 12 to 15 years. And that isn't much They haven't been discovering those new reserves they thought they would find m the high Arctic I think it's pru- dent for them to be self suf- ficient in energy and that it's very foolish for people in Minnesota or in the states bordering on Canada to assume that they're going to continue to export their energy into this country They're not." Udall, who served as in- terior secretary under presidents John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson, said the U S energy problems are far from over, partly because of the outmoded idea that America's technology will solve them Udall called that kind of thinking "technical op- timism" and said that it still is predominant in the govern- ment today Northside power out Thursday Electric power will be out for three hours in a three block area of the north side Thursday while city crews increase voltage in the area The outage will last from 1 to 4 p.m. between 10th and 13th Avenues N. and Stafford Drive to 12th Street N., if the weather permits the work to be done. St. Paul's school is not included in the power off area. Add sunshine to a room with butterfly afghan or spread JIFFY! Use knitting worsted for single crochet 8- inch squares, then attach multi-color chain loop butterflies and border Pattern 7255 easy directions. 75 cents each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15c each pattern for first- class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7 Ont residents add sales tax Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. Contemporary Chic 4687 SIZES From riches to rags Here's one Cinderella who just wont De aoie 10 help having a Ihm time with the ugly sisters Twiggy She is going from riches to rags to play Cinders in pan- tomime at London's Casino theatre this Christmas. The 24-year-old Cockney film actress and model has never appeared on the stage before to die PHNOM PENH. Cambodia A military court to- dav sentenced nine soldiers to death by firing squad for robb- ing a gold shop and killing a pas'W-by, informed sources said shirtsbape for the ESV contemporary woman1 No tricks, no tinsel jusi pure line up to a soil collar Choose knits, cotton blends Printed Pattern 4687 Half lO'z. 121! 16'j 1852 201! i bust 37 i lakes 214 yards 54-inch for each pattern rash, cheque or montj order. Add I5c earh pattern for first- class mail and sperial handling Ont. residents add 7c sales tav Print plainh Size, Address. Ship Number 1n Anne Adams, Herald Pattern Department, fid Srar borouch Ontario MIT 4P7 ;