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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta October 1, 1971 ft IN LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 Chinese whoop it up PEKING (Reuter) Hundreds of millions of Chinese began celebrating today tho 22nd anniversary of the founding of the people's republic with festivities, revolutionary dances and singing in parks and public squares all over China. It is anticipated that Chinese leaders will take part in some of these events in the abspnce of official celebrations this year. For the first time since Chairman Mao proclaimed the people's republic in Tien An Men Square 22 years ago there will be no massive parade this year in keeping with reforms announced by the government. The eve of national day reception in the Great Hall of the People Thursday night was a low-key affair compared with past years. Just after dawn today, a clear autumn day in Peking, hundreds of marching groups were on streets playing trumpets arid drums. The highest ranking Chinese officials at the foreign ministry reception Peking were listed as Vice-Chairman Tung Pi-wu, Vice-Premier Li Hsien-nien and the acting foreign minister, Chi Peng-fei, monitors said. Premier Chou En-lai did not attend. NEW SALVO The Soviet Union also marked the 22nd anniversary today of the founding of the People's Republic of China with a cable of congratulations to Peking and a call for improved relations between the two countries. At the same time, the Soviet press continued its verbal assault on China's leaders, accusing them of making new attempts to stir up anti Soviet feeling in their country. PUBLIC n 1 (ZctfJs liWSSSSAWSSAWS'VS, DEATHS REED Passed away suddenly in Edmonton on Tuesday, September 28, 1871, Mrs. Lillian Maria Heed (nee of 7633 111 A Avenue, Edmonton, (formerly of The funeral servce will be held on Saturday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S., with Rev. E. H. Doyle officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. JLjeat x 150 foot two storey handing (designed for an ultimate- six Tenders for Phase II, the completion of the two storey building and basement. Including extensive mechanical and electrical systems, will be called aporoxlmately November, 1971. Completion date Shalt be eight weeks following the owner's notification to the selected tenderer. Plans and specifications may be ob-tainrrl on or after Tuesday, October 5, 1971, from the office of. Robins, Milchell Watson, Architects and engineers, 529 6th Street South. Leih-bridie, Alberta, and are available to neneral Conlraclors operatino in the Province of Alberta on deposit of a fifty dollar (J50.00) cerlified cheque, which will be refunded If plans and specifications are returned to this office within fourteen [14) days after closing date of tenders, otherwise the denosit shall be forfeit. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond and a labour and material payment bond, each in the value of 50 per cent of the contract. Plans and Specifications have been placed in !he Construction Associations at Edmonton, Calqary, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat for "the use of sub-contractors, All inquiries regarding the work of this tender shall be directed to architect at 327-3113, Lethbridge. The rioht Is reserved to reject any or all bids. J W DODD5 GENERAL MANAGER ppnviwrF DEPARTMENT HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will te received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock am. Standard Time on Friday, October 8 1971 tor the construction of the ST Hwy. .0 W c, Wrentham Mile 0.00 to Miles 12.60 Asphaltlc Conrretf Pavement, and Diner Work Approximate Quantities Tons of Gravel Ton Miles Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the thief Engineer, Highways Build-Inn, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Street, N W Calgary, Alberta, and the office Df the District Engineer, Admlnistra-tlon Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, and wl 1 be available only to individuals registered and operating in Province of A'bsrta, or 10 partnerships or corporations registered and operating In and who have established a tlxert place of business In the Province of Alberta A deposit of Twenty Five Dollars payable to the PIOV-Incal Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened n public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. In loving memory of a dear wife and mother, Rose Elizabeth, who passed away October 1, 1967. She suffered in silence when no one knew, She never deserved what she went through. Take care of her Lord as she takes her rest, For on this earth she was one of the best. remembered by Edward, Renald, Nickolas anc Wayne. 1211 HOFMAN In loving mem ory of our dear husband, father and grandfather, Martin Hof man, who passed away October 1, 1970. He filled our lives with happiness, And gave us al his love, For all the years we sharec with him, We thank the Lord above. Sadly missed by, Wife, Hendrika, Rev. and Mrs. Tymen Hof man and family, Rev. and Mrs. John Hof man and family, Dr. and Mrs. James Strik werda and family, Dr. and Mrs. Byron Lute and family, Mr. and Mrs. Everet Schi ebout and family. wife of Frank Vejprava of Frank, Alberta, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital, Wednesday, September 29, 1971, at age 62 years. She was born in Coleman, April 1, 1909 and came to Frank in 1932, where she resided since. She married her husband in Coleman, November 1C, 1932. She was a member of t h e Crowbill Rebekah Lodge. She was predeceased by her parents, her father William in 1958, mother Jeanie in 1951 and one brother Jim in 1941, all in Coleman. Survivors include her husband Frank of Frank; one brother, Bill Fraser of Coleman; one sister, Mrs. W. (Phe-mia) Mier cf Riomlel, B.C. Funeral services will he held in Fantin's Blairmore Chapel, Saturday, October 2 at p.m., with Rev. Bob Smith officiat-i n g. Interment, Blairmore Union Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, care of Bill White Insurance Agencies, Blairmore. Fan-tin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. NATE Funeral service for John Alvin Nate, who died in the city Sunday, Sept. 26, 1971, at the age of 76 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1971, in the 10th Ave. LDS Chapel with Bishop Rueclon Selk officiating. Pallbearers were Byron Nilsson. Adam Peterson, Lloyd and Stan Jones, Merlin Groves and Elmo Eliason. Honorary pallbearers were James Blinkhom, Tom Adams, Jack Head, Virgil McKce, Ralph and Alan Erick-son. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the hall experiment continues EDMONTON (CP) The city will continue its short work week experiment until mid-January, Mayor Ivor Dent announced yesterday. The first phase of the experiment was done between May and September. Workers in the personnel department and training and development branch worked three Iiy4-hour shifts a week, and had four days off. The mayor said there are positive and negative aspects to the short work week and more study is needed to decide if it should be tried in other Funeral service for Rev. Lyle Brian Jones, beloved husband of Mrs. Peggy Jones of 1055 Lakeway Boulevard who died suddenly Monday, Sept. 27, 1971, at Edmonton at the age of 39 years, was held at a.m. Thursday, Sept. 30, 1971, in the McKillop United Church with Rev. Aubrey Edworlhy of Edmonton officiating, assisted by Rev. Bob Thompson and Rev. Jack Patterson, both of Calgary. Pallbearers were Mr. Cliff Holland, Rev. James. Henning, Rev. David Cook, Rev. LeRoy Angle. Rev. Ken Morris and Rev. Ken Jordan. Interment was in Queen's Park Cemetery, Calgary. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the of a dear mother, Fanny Sakovitch, who passed away October 1st, 1970. To live in the hearts of those who love you, is not to die. Ever loved and remembered by the Sakovitch family. 1229 WOLSTONCHOFT In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Annie Wolstoncroft, who passed away October 1, 1967. All the love you gave us, in happy, bygone days. The comfort of your presence, in days of joy and tears. Each sacrifice you had to make, along the path you trod. Is remembered, by those who loved you, as you rest in peace with God. Ever remembered by Jack, Mclvin, Brian and families. Shoplifting program launched RED DEER (CP) A program aimed at preventing shoplifting rather than prosecution has been started by city merchants in co-operation with local schools. Don Hepburn, co-ordinator ol pupil personnel services in the public school system, said merchants and law enforcement officers will give classes in the schools in a program aimed to reduce the incidence of CONTROL The South Australian government has introduced regulations to control pollution along the shores of the 400 miles of the Murray River which pass through South UNPOLLUTED T h 5 Bluestone, Grecnbrier and New rivers are three of West Virginia's unpolluted Jan. 1, 1972, all motor boats in Texas must be regis tered with the parks and wild fe Trans Canada SALE REMEMBER SATURDAY IS YOUR FINAL OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE IN THE EXCITING VALUES DURING OUR GREAT TRANS-CANADA SALE. NOTE THE BIG SAVINGS ON THE SATURDAY DOOR-OPENING SPECIALS. Saturday pening Specials PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY! Crimp Knit Dresses Washable crimp in long and short sleeve styles. Colours: black, navy, green, blue and purple. Sizes: 10 to 20. 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