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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Applications are now being acceptec lot Ihu dulonidtic transmission fitinUiise in your area Applicants should be business' minded with some mechanical ability. Your invest inpnt will be securpd by stock and equipment. W r 11 Box 104, Herald 994-9 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGES All types ol mortgage financing m small towns acreages new and Old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD 1117 3rd Ave. South. 328-3251 C7769-K MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 C5216-H HOMEOWNER'S LOAN UP TO Immediate cash available for second mortgages Borrow up to S10.000 on the equity in your home No bonus. No payment penalties HOUSEHOLD REALTY Corporation ol Canada 506 4th Avenue South Phone 403 327-1511 B45 90 CONTRACTS Painters Qualified work guaranteed Free estimates Phone 328-6911 7169-tf Economy painting and decorating. Very neat, very reasonable Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf Fences repaired, built Miscellaneous building Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, etc Hauling Jim 327-5087. 328-3983 2480A-K Garage building, cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-U Fred Steiner cement work old basements dug. water proofing. In- sured free estimates. Phone 327- 8286 C3661-U ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING 328-5745 C1936-U J 8 0 CONCRETE Quality cement work arid Bobcat work sidewalks, pattos, driveways, etc Reasonable prices Phone 327- 3432 Free estimates 9885-tf BOX NUMBER REPLIES 11 25 26. 62 64. 77, 81, 100. PUBLIC NOTICE GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA TENDERS WANTED FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SECURITY UNIT, YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CENTRE, EDMONTON ALBERTA (G007C) Sealed tenders addressed to the Contracts Branch Administrator. Alberta Public Works for Construc- tion ol Security Unit. Youth Develop- ment Centre. Edmonton Alberta will be received up to 2 o'clock P.M Thursday. November 1, 1973, at Contracts Branch. Alberta Public Works. 16th Floor. College Plaza, 8215 112 Street. Edmonton. Alberta. T6G 5A9. Plans, specifications and tender forms may be obtained on applica- tion to the Contracts Branch. Alberta Public Works 16th Floor. College Plaza 8215 112 Street. Edmonton. Alberta, and will be available to General Contractors. Mechanical Electrical sub-trades on deposit of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS which will be refunded when plans and specifications are returned to Alberta Public Works prepaid, com- plete and in 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 Edmon- ton Calgary, Red Deer, Medicine Hat. Lethbridge, Grande Prairie anc! Peace River, for the use of sub- trades Sub-trade contractors and subs to sub-trade contractors as listed therein shall bid according to the rules and regulations of the Alberta Bid Depository and through the Ed- monton Construction Association. Each general contractor's tender must be accompanied by (a) a cer- tified cheque or bid bond m the amount of OR (b) a cer- tified cheque for an amount of not less than 10% of tender or bid bond in the amount of 10% of tender. Cer- tified cheques are to be made payble to the Provincial Treasurer The attention of tenderers is drawn to the "Public Works Act." page 2. Clause 9, which refers to Forfeiture 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 percent of the contract or a bU% Kertormance Bond THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED Tanclers will 'Oe in public in the Alberla Public Works Conference Room, 16th Floor. College Plaza, Ed- monton W A B SAUNDERS P ENG.. DEPUTY MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS 02 TuMday, Octobtr 2, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE 19 By Gene Fawcctte SOUHO SEALER A NEW ULTRASONIC "PEN" PERMANENTLY JOINS PLASTIC PARTS OF TOYS, NOVELTIES, SHEETS OR -WITHOUT 6LUE OR HEAT. THE SPECIAL TIP VIBRATING AT CPS CAUSES DEEP FRICTION THAT WELDS THE PIECES TOGETHER... j few SMOOTH Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS GUSHOWATYJ Passed away in the city on Saturday, September 29, 1973 following a brief illness. Mr. William Gushowatyj at the age of 72 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Tillie Gushowatyj of 1252 31 St. A. South. Prayers wil be said on Tuesday, (today) a< 7 p.m. in Martin Bros MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 K St. N. The funeral service wil be held on Wednesday at a m. in Holy Trinity Ukrai- nian Greek Orthodox Church with Rev. Father Michae. Sokyka officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13 St. N.; phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2420 GASZLER Vincent Sr., passed away in Raymond on Monday. October at the age of 75 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Anne Gaszler of Raymond. Mr. Gaszler was born December 1. 1897 in Hungary. In 1925 he moved to Canada and he farmed in Saskatchewan before moving to Raymond in 1928. He con- tinued to be active in farming until 1963 when he retired. He worked hard all his life. Since his retirement he especially enjoyed gardening. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife Anne; a son. Vincent Jr. of Raymond: a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Ann) Weir of Ft. Saskatchewan; and six grandchildren. He was 3redeceased by two children, Elizabeth and Frank and six Brothers and two sisters. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated Thursday, October 4. 1973 at a.m. in the Raymond Sacred Heart Church, with Father J. O'Reilly as Celebrant. Interment will ollow in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel. Wednesday, October I. 1973 at p.m. :HRISTENSEN SALMON MINERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2421 TSUJITA Takeni, passed away in Picture Butte on Mon- day. October 1. 1973 at the age of 79 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Hide Tsujita of Pic- ture Butte. Mr. Tsujita was born in Tagoshima-Ken, Japan March 28. 1894. He came to Canada in 1918 and farmed at Whonnock. B.C. un- til 1942. when he moved to Alberta. He continued to farm in the Iron Springs-Turin area until his retirement in 1971 when he moved into Picture Butte. He was an active member of the Picture Butte Buddist Church. He liked to fish and to watch sports of all kinds. Gardening was his favorite pastime. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife. Hide; three sons. Jack of Iron Springs. Jim of Olds and Mickey of Calgary: five daughters, Ayako Wakimoto of Hamilton, Ont, Emi Minemoto of Pincher Creek. Sue Kitagawa of Pincher Creek. Kazuko Tsu- jita of Picture Butte and Judy Fukushima of Raymond, and 13 grandchildren. Funeral and wake services will be held Wednesday. October 3, 1973 at p.m. in the Picture Butte Buddhist Church, with Rev. Y. Izumi officiating. Interment Services will be held Thur- sday, October 4. 1973 in the Christensen Chapel at a.m. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2422 FUNERAL LKDUKK Funeral ser- vice lor Mr. Vance Ledukc, Korean war veteran who died in the city Wednesday. Sept. 26. 'at the age o! 43 years, was held at the grave-side in Mountain View Cemetery Saturday. Sept. with Hov. Derek Uoskin Martin Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of I ho FUNERALS WARBUKTON Funeral service lor Charles YVarbur- ton. beloved husband ol Mrs. Mary Warburton of Milk Hivcr who died in the city Sept. 1973, alter a bnc'l illness at the age ol lili years, was lield at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Paul's United Church at Milk River with Kev Charles Vickersnn of- ficiating Pallbearers were llovan. .Joseph Van Hennt't. Hugh McLachlan. Kdwanl l.olt. Harold Audet and Amie Croteau. Interment was in the Milk Kiver Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd.. Directors ol Funeral Service. s in charge ol the arrangements SMITH Funeral service lor Mrs. Ksther Asenath Smith, beloved wife ot the late Mr Hubert Smith who died at Milk River Saturday, Sept. 22. 197.J. alter long illness at the age ol 75 years, was held at 2 I' in Wednesday in St Paul's I anted Church. Milk River, with Rev. Charles Vickerson officiating. Pallbearers were Steve Balog. Jr Louie Balog, R 11 sse 1 Qu i tin John Dobrocane. Delano .Jones and Lowell Osing. Honorary pallbearers were William I-'i ti ley. Ben Sproed, Jim llowit't. Sr.. Alva Hair. Les Lmdcman. Steve Balog. Sr and William Bye Interment was in the lamih plot in the Milk River Cemetery Martin Bros Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge ol the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS GOLDIE Many, many thanks to all my relatives and I riends who so kindly wrote letters and sent cards and I lowers to me while I was a patient in the Foothills Hospital. Mrs Lena Goldie 99fi MORGAN We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our friends and neighbors for their kind expressions of sympathy, curds and beautiful floral tributes during our recent bereavement. Also, special thanks to Reverend Deasley, to the ladies of the Church of he Nazarene for the lunch ;crvpd. to Martin Bros. Ltd.. the pallbearers and the doc- tors and nurses at the Aux- liary Hospital for the wonder- 'ul care and kindness to Mrs. Morgan during her lengthy stay in the hospital. You v i n d n e s s i s v e r y m u c h ipprociatod -The Morgan and Duncan families The Hart and Delmark families 995 IN MEMORIAMS LIPTAK In loving memory ol Barbara, who passed away October 2. 1971. -Ever loved and sadly mis- sed by her daughter Helen, ('.oorge and grandchildren. 936 VKRVOORT In loving memory of a dear father, grandfather and great- grandfather. Peter Vcrvoort, who passed away October 1. Quietly remembered every day Sadly missed along life's way, .lust ;is you were you will always be Treasured ;ind loved in our memories. Greatly missed by Joan. George and family 935 IN MEMORIAMS CHESTER In loving memory ol our loving Lome. who passed awav October 2nd 1971. We love vou. and miss you very much. and dad. Glenna and Debbi. 938 KOVACH In loving memory of a dear husband- lather. Tibor. who passed away October 2nd. 1966. So manv memories of vou arc always very near. Though you have been gone seven long and lonelv years. -Kver remembered and sadly missed by his wife An- nie and family. 937 LIPTAK In memory of a dear mother. Barbara, who passed away October 2. 1971. Her thoughts were all so full of us. She never could forget. And so we think that where she is. She must be watching yet. As angels keep their watch up there. Please God let her know That we down here do not forget. We love and miss her so. --Kver remembered by daughter Barbara, son-in-law .Joe. 939 FRANK In loving memory of our dear son and brother Jimmy, who passed away October 1st. 1972. In tears we saw you sinking. We watched you fade away. Our hearts were almost broken as you fought so hard to stay. But when we saw you sleep- ing so peaceful, free from pain. We could not wish you back to suffer so again. missed and re- membered by mom, dad, brothers and sister. 997 Coal code will be rewritten VICTORIA (CP) The British Columbia government will introduce changes to the Coal Act that will try to en- sure that coal in the province is extracted in a rational and orderly manner, Mines Minister Leo Nimsick says. He told the 25th Canadian conference on coal that governments have a respon- sibility to "look after the resources that belong to the people." This attitude, he said, is in direct contrast to that of coal CGiTipanies who have one ma- jor objective to look after their shareholders. Mr. Nimsick also said the coal industry has taken too narrow a view on how best to utilize all the byproducts available from coal. Food stamps rumor denied OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau has denied a rumor that the government has ordered food rationing stamps printed because of possible food shortages. Peter Reilly (PC-Ottawa West) said recently he had reliable information that the report is true, Car for sale LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) Adolf Hitler's car is on the auction block again. The black, armored-plated 1941 Mercedes will be auctioned Oct. 8 as part of a sale of up to 100 antique and historical cars. The car was sold earlier this year to its present owner. Karl' Clark, for Canada breeding ground for tropical diseases By PETER MICHAELSON OTTAWA (CP) Two To- ronto doctors say the im- migration policy that allowed visitors to Canada between 1967 and 1972 to apply for land- ed immigrant status has made Canada a breeding ground for tropical diseases. Since last fall, visitors can no longer apply for landed immigrant status, but thousands of people who had no immigration medical ex- aminations remain, the doc- tors say in the September issue of the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Now doctors "have to try to undo what the government of Canada has say W. Harding le Riche, professor of preventive medicine at the University of Toronto and M.M. Lenczner, director of University Clinic for tropical and parasitic diseases at Toronto General Hospital. However, Dr. F.H. Hicks, a federal government medical consultant, said in an inter- view Friday there is no evidence that tropical dis- eases are more prevalent among Canadians who stay at home. More cases of such diseases are turning up here, he said but mostly among travellers such as missionaries, foreign service and aid personnel and immigrants. CASES INCREASE The two doctors say a total of cases of tropical and parasitic diseases were treated as the Toronto clinic between July, 1966 and June, 1972. Each year the number of cases increased, to in 1971 from 392 in 1967. Of the total, cases involved immigrants, involved missionaires, 741 were travellers, and most of the remainder had worked abroad. Persons who had not left the country accounted for 136 cases. Tropical and parasitic dis- eases encountered in Canada include amebic dysentery, malaria, trichuris, hookworm, ascaris and pinworm, say the doctors. Rarer tropical diseases "present a considerable diagnostic challenge to Cana- dian physicians." They say there is need for better teaching to recognize tropical diseases, "as well as more diagnostic and treat- ment facilities and the es- tablishment of tropical dis- ease clinics" in other cities. FEW REFUSED An immigration department official said Friday that medi- cal examinations turn down less than one per cent of im- migration applicants. Jim Cross, director of pro- grams and procedures branch of the department, said in an interview the examinations are thorough. They turned down applicants with tuber- culosis, trachoma (eye infec- or any contagious or infectious disease dangerous to public health. He also agreed that increas- ed travel accounts for the higher incidence in Canada of tropical diseases. For instance, about 38 million tourists, most from the U.S., visited Canada last year, compared with about 14 million in 1952. Visitors, who can stay up to one year in the country, are not given medical examinations. Immigration in 1972 reached a total of up from 900 the previous year. In 1972, and during the first six months of 1973, about Asian refugees from Uganda came to Canada. During the first half of 1973, about immigrants ar- rived, compared with during the first half of 1972. Come home call issued MANILA (AP) The Philippine government has opened its arms to F''ipinos who have retired ii. loreign lands, especially those with savings. President Ferdinand Marcos said Filipino old- timers could come home and acquire land on which to retire. Those with savings can make their money useful here, he said. More than 50.000 Filipinos live in retirement in the United States alone. President sent plumbing squad LOS ANGELES (AP) Former presidential advisor John Ehrlichman told a grand jury he thinks President Nix- on approved sending two members ol the White House plumbers squad to California to investigate the leak of the Pentagon papers. But Ehrlichman did not in- dicate that Nixon approved any illegal operations. the California trip by Howard Hunt and Gordon Liddy resulted in the 1971 break-in at the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist. Ehriichman's remarks were contained in the transcript of the eight hearings thai led to the Sept. 4 indictments return- ed by a Los Angeles County grand jury against Ehrlichman and three others. The transcript shows Ehrlichman was asked if an investigation was made from the White House into the leak of the Pentagon papers to the Ehrlichman news media. answered. "Who made that a prosecutor asked. "I think ultimately the president did." Ehrlivhman said. The transcript of the hearings was released Sunday after none of the defendants challenged its being made public. Normally, grand jury testimony is secret. The text shows that Ehrlich- man admitted that he and Egil Krogh participated in making the investigation decision. Eh- rlichman said Krogh was con- sidered the head of the plumber's squad, set up to plug leaks of government in- formation. 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