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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta It THI LETH1RIDOE HERALD Monday, October 5, BIRTH FINLEY Grant and Judi proudly announce the birth of their daughter Christina Chan- telle, born September 23, 1970 at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. A sister for Kerry and Bryce. Proud grandparents are Mrs. Alberta Wells, Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tolley, Blair- more. Insured. 8173 DEATHS SAITO Passed away sud- denly in the city on October 2, 1970, Ukichi at the age of 92 years of 533 14 Street South, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Ruby Saito. The grave- side service .will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, October 7, in Brandon, Manitoba. Martin Bros. Ltd., in charge of For- warding Arrangements. C525 DAVEY James, passed away in the city on Saturday, October 3, 1970, at the age of 92 years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Ethel May Davey. Mr. Davey was born in Wale- son, July 8, 1878 and came to Canada at the age of 21 year He farmed in the Red Dee area for about three years. I then moved to the Crowsne Pass area and was living thei at the time of the Frank Slid After coal mining for a num her of years, he was stop keeper and night watchman t the colleries for 35 years. Afte his retirement in 1947, he con tinued to live at Michete, B.C until moving to Lethbridge 1 years ago, and where he ha continued to live until the tim of his passing. He was a mem her of the Odd Fellows Lodg for 56 years. He was a men her of the United Church, wa interested in sports of all kinc and loved to fish and to him Left to mourn his passing ar three sons, Andrew of Blair more, William of Sparwooi and George of Lethbridge three daughters, Mrs. Josep (Emma) Park, Mrs. Rober (Hilda) Henry, both of Leth bridge and Mrs. Cecil (Doris Hhodes of Champion; 14 grant children and 20 great-granc children. He was predeceasec by his wife, Ethel May and bj one son, Robert. Funeral ser vices were held this morning Monday, October 5 at 11 a.m in the Christensen Chapel, wifl Rev. A. T. King officiating. In terment followed in the Arch mount Memorial Gardens Christensen Salmon Funera Home Ltd., were Directors Funeral Service. C522 PUBLIC NOTICES ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Tenders for the concrete canal tin- ing of approximately lineal feel of_ Irrigation canal will be received by the undersigned until p.m local time, October U, 1970 The location and main items of work include: A. Installation of approximately 000 lineal feet of concrete canal lining on the Six Mile Lateral lo- cated approximately 3 miles south- east of Lethbridge, Alberta. B. Installation of approximately 12- 000 lineal feet of concrete canal lining on Lateral 28 located ap- proximately 3 miles east and 7 miles north of Bow Island, Al- berta. ?1ans, specifications, and tender torms wfli be available at the St Mary Irrigation District office located at Mayor Magrath Drive, Lelh- bridge. Alberta. Prospective bidders will be required to pay ten (510.00) dollars for each set of plans, refund- able on return in good condition Each bid must be accompanied by a certified cheque equal to five per- cent of the tender. Each bid must also be accompanied by a con- sent of surety form in the amount of fifty percent of the contract sum. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepfed. MR. J. W. TH1ESSEN, Manager St. Mary River irrigation District PROVINCE OF AtBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALE.D TENDERS be re. ceived by the undersigned up to II o'clock A.M. standard Time on Fri- day, October li, 1970, for the con- struction of the following work- Highway 2. S. of Grimsha-.v !o S of Berwyn, Mile 15.10 to Mile 23.84 Grading, Asphaltic Concrete Uase- Pavement, and Other Work, Approximate Quantities, Cubic Yards of Excavation, Tons of Gravel, Ton Miles Haul. Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief DEATHS KOVACS Passed away in the city after, a lengthy illness, John, at the age of 69 years, of 1702 2nd Avenue North, be- loved husband of the late Juli- anas Kovacs. Requiem mass will be celebrated on Tuesday at 10 a.m. at St. Basil's Catho- lic Church, with Father D, Burns celebrant. Interment will fol- low in the family plot in St. Patrick's Cemetery.. Prayers will be said on Monday at p.m. in "Memorial Chapel" 703 13 Street North, phone: 328- 2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. SANDERSON Passed away at Taber on Saturday, October 3, 1970, Avis Jane of Taber, at the age of 37 years. Born at Wrentham May 5, 1933, she came to Taber in 1945, maTied at Lethbridge, Septem- ber 5, 1964. Mrs. Sanderson has made her home in Taber until the time of her passing. Survi- vors are her husband Harold, Taber; two sons, Michael and Marvin at home; parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Owen, Calgary; three sisters, Pat and Barbara, Calgary, Nettie, Vancouver; six brothers, Dale, Kitimat, B.C., Larry, Orval, Deloy all of Vancouver, Baisil, Red Deer, Jeff of Calgary. Funeral ser- vice will be conducted from the Bob. Shackleford Salmon Funera FUNERALS McLEAN A graveside ser rice for Clayton McLean, wh died in the city Tuesday, Sepl 29, 1970, at the age of 57 years was held at 11 a.m. Friday Oct. 2, 1970, in the Mountain View Cemetery with Rev. R W. K. Elliott officiating. Pall bearers were_H., Blacker, Tom Baker and Christensen Home Ltd., Directors of Funer al service, was in charge of th arrangements. LATJG1IL1N Funeral ser vice was held in Swift Current on Thursday, Oct. 1, from St. Stephen's Anglican Churcl for Mrs. June Frances Laugh lin, who passed away at the Swift Current Hospital on Tues day, Sept. 29. Mrs. Laughlin is survived by one daughter, Mrs J. J. Schmidt of Regina; three sons, Stan of Regina, Harold o Lethbridge, and Bill of Medi cine Hat. The deceased was predeceased by her husb and John, in 19G3, by one son, Jack in 1960, and by one sister anc one brother. New Career Begins For Male Dancer HOFMAN Funeral service for Martin Hofman, belovec Taber LDS Chapel, Third Ward on Tuesday, October 6 at 2 p.m., with Bishop. Dennis C. Bennett officiating. Interment will follow in the Taber Mem- orial Garden. Friends may pay their respects to the family in the church lounge from p.m. In lieu of flowsrs dona- tions to the Cancer Society, in care of Oddies Central Drug, Taber, appreciated. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber in charge of arrangements. C524 husband of Mrs. Martha Hen- drika (nee Postman) Hofman of Nobleford who died Thurs- day, Oct. 1, 1970, at the age of 76 years, was held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, 1970, at the Nobleford Christian Reformed Church with Rev. K. Verhulst officiating. Pallbearers were Louis Stotyn, John and William Hofman, Henry Postman, Evert Shiebout and John Vande Valk. Interment was in the family plot in the Monarch Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of arrangements. BRENNAN Hann (Flood) of Coleman, passed away in Blunt's Nursing Home, Fort M a c 1 e o d, Saturday, October 3, 1970, at age 92 years. She was born in Fauldhousc, Scot- land on May 24, 1878 and came to Canada in 1921, settling in Coleman where she has re- sided until five years ago when she took up residence in the nursing home. She was m-ede- ceased by her husband Thomas m Coleman in 1951 and two sons Tom, during the Second World War and Matthew in Coleman. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Molly Phillips- Detroit, U.S.A., Mrs. G. (Irene) loss, Crowsnest. B.C.; seven grandchildren, 22 great-grand- children, three great-great- grandchildren. Prayers will be aid in the Holy Ghost Catholic Church, Coleman, Tuesday eve- CARD OF THANKS PETRINA We wish to ex- press our most sincere thanks to friends ar.d neighbors for the cards, flowers, gifts and food which made our 50th wedding anniversary such a memorable occasion. and Mrs. Paul Petrina Sr. 8160 ning at p.m. Requiem Vtass wiU be celebrated in the -.athohc Church, Coleman Wednesday, October 7 at a.m. Interment in the family )Iot, Coleman Catholic Ceme- ery. In lieu of flowers dona- tions will be gratefully accept- ed for Dr. Emil Aiello Mem- rial Fund, in care of Crows- est Pass Hospital, marking onations in Memory of Mrs n Brennan. Fantin Chapels is in charge. C521 IN MEMORIAMS RODOWITZ In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Olga Rodowitz, who passed away October 5, 1963. In our hearts your memory lingers, Always tender, fond and true, There's not a day dear mother We do not think of you. remembered by her son Erwin, Winnie and family. 8161 WINNIPEG (CP) Two years of agony have ended for Richard Rutherford, leading male dancer for the Royal Win- nipeg Ballet. Torn leg cartilages have im- paired his dancing ability and every movement on the stage has been utter torment for the dancer who joined the company in 1957. However, Mr. Rutherford wit start a new career in the ballet company. He has been ap- pointed the Winnipeg ballet's as- sociate artistic director. The position isn't fully de- fined, Mr. Rutherford said, bui the main thing is that he is more than just an assistant to Arnold Spohr, artistic director. Although he has put public dancing behind Mm, Mr. Ruth- erford said: "I'll go on taking exercises obviously. I have to be in good enough shape to demonstrate when I'm recon- structing a ballet or taking a re- hearsal." Mr. Rutherford, now 35, was born in Georgia and raised in Virginia. His interest in ballet developed after he finished high school and a company per- formed in his home town. He Memorial Services Scheduled WICHITA, Kan. (AP) Classes were cancelled today to allow Wichita State University students (o take part in a series of memorial services WSU football players for 13 and BOWRON _ Joseph, passed way in the city on Saturday )ctober 3, 1970 at the age of 3 years, beloved husband of Irs. Christina Bowron of 125 8th St. N. Mr. Bowron came Canada from Washington in W5, settling in the Lethbridge strict. He worked for some me in the area and started ith the city in 1920. He was uperintendent of the Electric epartment at the time of his etirement in 1956. He had aveled extensively throughout e world. He was the oldest ember of the Electrical Union the province. He had many I obbies and one m particular as the making of canes of which he had made over 100. He was always working on electrical appliances of some kind. He loved sports of all kinds and was an avid baseball fan. Left to mourn his passing are his loving wife, Christina- engineer. Highways Build' I art-time services of keep it instructors and a skating in- structor. Positions open are for a male nen's keep fit instructor and a emale ladies' keep fit instruc- tor. Instructors must be 18 years of age or cider. Expe- ienced persons ars preferred >ut all interested persons are urged to apply at the depart- ment. A beginners skating instruc- or is required: male or female, 8 or older, experienced in fig- ure skating or holder of the Canadian Figure Skating As- ociation coaches certificate, ind familiar with national skat- ng tests. Dog Training lasses Set The Lethbridge and District ennel Club will hold dog obe- ence classes beginning Tues- iy from 7 to 9 p.m. in the II building at the Lethbridge vhibition grounds. Total cost of the beginner's ass is per dog. Leashes supplied but each dog re- lircs a choke chain. Any dog x months old and over 'is el- ible for training. The elasscj II meet Tuesdays for six ecks. WEEKEND DEATHS liy THE CANADIAN PRESS Grinisliy, Out. Dr. Ralph Lannour, 75, a leading ccr- 1 chemist and member of the ifence Research Board, Satur- ;