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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 89 LOAMS AMD IHVESTMEHTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S -328-5548 C5216-H Well established refrigeration sales and service business In progressive south Alberta city Retirement is the reason for selling Inquiries to box 146, Herald. 1642-23 Wanted to purchase four to twenty suite apartment or other investment property to down payment No agents Write Box 145, Herald 1841-23 Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. College Mall, phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town Lowest interest rates available First and second mortgages C2696-20 HOMEOWNER'S LOAN UP TO Immediate cash available for second mortgages Borrow up to 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 Bobcat 1227 work done Phone 327- 1346-6N Economy painting and decorating Very neat very reasonable Phone noon or evenings 328-4570 5542-tl Painters Qualified work guaranteed Free estimates Phone 328-6911. 7169-tl Fences repaired, buill Miscellaneous building Concrete patios, sidewalks drives, etc Hauling Jim 327-5087. 328-3983 2480A-U J 0 CONCRETE Quality cement work and Bobcat work sidewalks patios, driveways, etc Reasonable prices Phone 327- 3432 Free estimates 9885-tf Garage building cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction 1020 7th Ave S Phone 327-6682 C7377-K Fred Stemer cement work, old basements dug water proofing In- sured free estimates Phone 327- 8286 C3661-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745 C1936-II PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE Notice is hereby given that City Packers Ltd is planning to con- struct a plant on the NE quarter of Section 32 Township 9 Range 21. West of the 4th Meridan for the ourpose of A Rendering Plant and Feed Lot Operation Any person having a bona fide in- terest m ihe matter may file objec- tions with the Director of Standards and Approvals. Department of the Environment. Milner Building Ed- monton and a copy sent lo Manager, County ot Lethbridge on or before the 10th day of November. 1973 M A Adams ___________________________O28 INVITATION TO TENDER Furniture 8 Furnishings for the LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY Lelhbndge, Alberta Sealed tenders for the supply and m- stallation of Furniture and Furnishings for the LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY will be received up to two o clock pm Mountain Stan- dard Time Thursday. November 1st, 1973 at the office of Robins Mitchell Watson Architects Engineers, 529 6th Street South. Lethbridge. Alberta Tender docu nents are available from the architects Robins Mitchell Watson after 1 00 p m Tuesday, October 16th 1973 Each tender must be accompanied by either a bid bond or certified che- que m the amount of 10% of the tender THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED 044 ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDER FOR GRAVEL HAUL Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned until 12.00 o clock noon on October 24, 1973 for the loading and hauling of approximately 10.000 cu yds of coarse gravel to various parts ol the Main Canal from Chin to Horsefly Further information may be obtained from the Lethbridge Office Tenders to be submitted on a per cubic yard basis Minimum daily delivery 600 yards Work to com- mence shortly after close of tenders The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted J. W. THIESSEN, P ENG. Manager Box 278 Lelhbndge. Alberta 036 CANADIAN GRAIN COMMISSION PUBLIC NOTICE RE DIVERSIFIED CROPS LTD. The Canadian Surety Company has commenced payment in the default ol the above All producers holding unsatisfied claims for oilseeds delivered to Diversified Crops Ltd., should now have received mstruc-i tions regard'ng payment arrangements II you are holding such a claim and have not been contacted by Cana- dian Surety Company, please write to the undersigned, specifying your claim and enclosing details of the cash tickets or elevator receipts which you hold Your replies should reach us on or before NOVEMBER 15, 1973 J Wittebolle Licensing Officer Canadian Gram Commission 701-303 Mam Street, Winnipeg Manitoba. R3C 3H5 Winnipeg. Manitoba, October 12. 1973 046 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT CANADA TENDERS SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the undersigned and marked "Tender for Relocate Airport s Surveillance Radar (ASR-5) at Calgary International Airport, Calgary. Alberta will be received up to 300 p m Mountain Standard Time on November 6. 1973 Plans, specifications and tender documents may be obtained on application to the Ministry of Tran- sport, Regional Supply OMicer. Room 894, Federal Building 9820 107th St, Edmonton, Alberta upon receipi of a certified cheque for S50 00 made payable to the Receiver General ol Canada Plans and specifications will be on display at the Builders Ex- changes in Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta, Saskatoon and Regina. Saskatchewan, Winnipeg. Manitoba, Vancouver. B C Southam Building Reports. Winnipeg, Manitoba and In- dustrial Construction Centre Ltd Burnaby, B C D J Dewar Western Regional Administrator 038 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS STAPLETON May, pass- ed away in Vancouver on Thursday, October at the age of 56 years. She leaves to mourn her passing, a daughter, Mrs. Linda Loud- foot of Chilliwack, B.C., a grandson, Chriss; her mother, Mrs Julia Paulson of Lethbridge; two sisters, Mrs. Esther Wheeler of Lethbridge and Mrs. Mabel McCarroll of Sunset House and a brother, Wilf Paulson of Lethbridge. Funeral services will be held Thursday, October 18, 1973 at p.m in the Christensen Chapel, with Captain R. W. Butcher officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2743 MIKULAS Passed away in the city on Monday, Oc- tober 15, 1973, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Joseph Mikulas at the age of 74 years, of the Edith Cavell Nursing Home. Born and raised in Hungary, the late Mr. Mikulas came to Canada in 1927 to Southern Saskatchewan, mov- ing to Winnipeg in the early 1940's. He came to Lethbridge in 1944 where he has resided until his passing. He was a member of the Miners' Library Club and the Hungarian Old Timers Club. He is survived by one brother and two sisters in Hungary. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Thursday at 10 a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev Father G. Marien celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service C2742 BOYLE September 28, 1973, Mrs. Mary L. Boyle, aged 85 years, 5204 Dalhousie Drive N.W., Calgary, former- ly of Granum and Lethbridge, widow of the late Jack Boyle, beloved mother of Mrs. Lloyd (Kathleen) Sherman, Granum, Mrs. Leonard (Eileen) Roy and Mrs Jack (Dorothy) Hebert, Calgary, and Mrs. James (Jackie) Stubbs, West Vancouver. She is also survived by fourteen grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs J B. (Winnifred) Maloney, Moncton. N.B Born in Lewisville, N B she came west in 1909 to Granum, where she resided until moving to Lethbridge in 1950. She lived in Lethbridge until 1960 and then resided in various points in Alberta prior to moving to Calgary in 1972. She was predeceased by her husband in 1956 and a son, Stan (Dudd) in 1966 Mrs. Boyle was a life member of the Granum CWL. Funeral Mass was held, Oc- tober 2, from Christ the King Catholic Church. Claresholm. Father Michael Storey, Father Walter Krewski and Father Raymond Lowing of- ficiated at the concelebrated Mass. Soloist was Mrs. Pat Wocknitz accompanied by Mrs. Kay Cairns Honorary Pallbearers were Gust Gustafson, George Sakatch, Ted Jacques, Elmo Swanson and Art Grant Active pallbearers were Bill Sher- man, Jim Sherman, Rick Hebert. Jack Roy, John Nachtigal and Don Ross Interment in Granum Cemetery. 1 OnfJ 18 PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE DESIGN-BUILD TENDERS CONSTRUCTION OF LETHBRIDGE ANIMAL SHELTER Sealed tenders clearly marked on the envelope as to contents will be received at the Oltice ot the Purchas- ing Agent City Store, 280 5th Street North. Lethbridge. Alberta until 200 pm M.S T TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30th. 1973 lor the construction ot a Lethbridge Animal Shelter Plans and speaficia- tion may be obtained at the Office of the Purchasing Agent. 280 5 Street North Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond payable to the City treasurer, City of Lethbridge. for a sum not less than 5% of the tendered price and a Con- sent of Surety Form for the Perfor- mance Guarantee Bond described m the Specifications A bond m the amount of 50% of the total tender sum will be required ol the successful tenderer for the faithful performance of the contract The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted W PONECH PURCHASING AGENT 052 DEATHS GREEN Passed away on Monday, October IS, Ivy Green of Pincher Creek. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C2475 CRADDUCK Passed away at Lethbridge on Mon- day, October 15, 1973, Wilbur of Taber, at the age of 64 years. Funeral services will be conducted from Knox United Church in Taber on Thursday, October 18 at 2 p.m with Rev. Ralph Whitrow and Rev. Ben Wall officiating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden In lieu of flowers, donations to the Cancer Society, care Oddies Central Drug, Taber, appreciated. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME, Taber, in charge of arrangements C2740 MERTZ Carl T., passed away suddenly on Tuesday, October 16th, 1973 at the age of 67 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mabel Mertz of Stirling. Funeral services will be held in the Stirling LDS Chapel on Friday, October 19th at 2 p.m., with-Bishop Marvyn W. Hogenson of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Stirling Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Socie- ty Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2744 NORDQUIST Funeral services were held in Van- couver for Mrs. Alice Nord- quist formerly of the Nobleford district, wife of the late John Nordquist. She leaves to mourn her passing, three sons, John of Van- couver. George of Calgary and Roy of Kamloops: four daughters, Mrs. Harvey (Joyce) Norgardt, Lethbridge, Mrs Ken (Ada) Holt. Vancouver, Mrs. Bill (Dorothy) Garrett, Shaughnessy and Mrs. Bob (Kay) Sallenbach, Calgary; three step-children. Mr. Arvid Nordquist, Taber, Mrs. Ver- nal (Lenora) Davy, Nobleford and Mrs. Peter (Lois) Davy, Shaughnessy and many grandchildren and great- grandchildren. Memorial ser- vices will be held at a m. Thursday. October 18 at Mountain View Cemetery. Lethbridge. with Rev. Lee of- ficiating. 1878 CHISWICK Passed away in Fort Macleod on Monday, October 15, 1973, following a lengthy illness, Mrs Susan Chiswick, at the age of 85 years, of 1402 5th Avenue S., beloved wife of the late Mr. George Chiswick Born and raised in London, England, the late Mrs. Chiswick came to Canada in 1920 to Lethbridge and has resided here until her passing. She was a Past Matron and 50 year member of the Laurel Chapter, No. 43, Order of the Eastern Star She was predeceased by her husband in 1951 and by one daughter. She is survived hy one daughter, Mrs Audrey Baines of Lethbridge. A graveside service was held on Tuesday, October 16th at 11 a.m., with Rev. L Frank Lee officiating. Interment followed in Moun- tain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS LTD Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2741 CULLEN Passed away on Monday. October 15, 1973, Ivy Cullen, age 69 years, beloved wife of William Cullen of Fort Macleod. Born in Kent, England she came to Pincher Creek in 1926 with her family. The next year they moved to Fort Macleod where she married William Cullen in 1934 and has resided in Fort Marleod since. Besides her husband she is survived by one son. Jack of Fort Macleod; one daughter, Mrs. J (Joan) Fowler of Fort Macleod; four grandchildren; four brothers, Fred in Michigan, Jim in Pen- ticton. B.C., Harry and Tom, both of Fort Macleod. The funeral service will be held in Trinity United Church on Fri- day at 2 p.m Captain R. Butcher officiating. Inter- ment in Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to Care Canada, The Fort Pharmacy. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C2746 IN MEMORIAMS DAGNONE In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Nick Dagnone, who passed away, October 17, 1972. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Mary; son John, Filomena and grandchildren. 1843 MOODIE In loving memory of our dear mother, Helen, who passed away Oc- tober 17, 1971 and our dear dad, Robert, who passed away July 3, 1965 Gone but not forgotten. remembered by Isabella and family, Andrew and family. 1830 CHRISTIANSEN In memory of a dear son and brother, Ronnie, who passed away Oct. 16, 1969. The years are swiftly passing. But still we don't forget. For in the hearts that loved you. Your memory lingers yet. remembered and sadly missed by Mom, Dad and all the family. 1850 wsanssosy, oeioosr IVTV mt Leinaniuuc nenAiu Guidelines set for the future By ANDY ROY OTTAWA (CP) Recommendations to a three- day conference on mul- ticulturalism will serve as "guidelines to future policies" for the government program, says Stanley Haidasz. "The government sees the conference as consultations with Dr. Haidasz, minister responsible for multiculturalism, said in an interview. One recommendation heard repeatedly, which must have tickled Mr. Haidasz, urged a distinct multiculturalism de- partment with its own budget and staff. Multiculturalism now com- es under the secretary of state's citizenship branch, draws funds from Treasury Board and uses state depart- ment staff. More than 400 delegates, at- tending the conference at gov- ernment expense and said to represent all ethnic CARD OF THANKS BOYLE We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends and neighbors for the lovely floral tributes, Masses, cards and many acts of kindness during our recent bereave- ment in the loss of our beloved mother. A special thank you to the Granum United Church Women and the Granum Catholic Women's League. Eileen, Dorothy and Jackie 1876 minorities in the country, held a series of workshops to develop recommendations for the government appointed consultative council on mul- ticulturalism, which will report on them to the minister. Delegates expressed sur- prise when workshop sessions revealed that ethnic minorities, regardless of race, color or geographical differences, faced essentially the same problems. UNEQUAL "It's basically inequality before the law and one delegate said. "We know that the one who speaks little English is the one who suffers indignitities at customs, and the black is the one who gets booted to the cells." But differences of opinion were also heard. Native and Eskimo representatives from the Yukon and Northwest Territories were reluctant to participate in the mul- ticulturalism program, say- ing they wanted to think about it more. Cecil King, an Ojibway In- dian from Manitoulin Island in Northern Ontario, said he wanted to see Indians "under the umbrella of multicultural- "If we're not under the um- he said, "when it rams we'll get wet." Recommendations sub- mitted by the six workshops included: language schools to introduce courses other than English and French. to permit radio and television broad- casts in languages other than English and French. schools for ethnic parents and children, serious considera- tion" be given to ethno- cultural groups for positions in the public service, govern- ment boards and agencies and the senate: federal-provincial education agreement requir- ing teachers take courses to "sensitize them to the needs of all children from various ethno-cultural groups Awards queried By JAMES NELSON TORONTO (CP) The Canada Council has been urg- ed Tuesday to change its citizenship requirements and allow newly-declared im- migrants to qualify im mediately for federal govern- ment university awards. A council official said it could not be done this year The 21-member council, on a three-day tour of southern Ontario, met with university professors and un- dergraduates at the Universi- ty of Toronto Both professors and students asked for the relaxa- tion of Canada Council re- quirements, in line, they said, with the recent federal government amnesty for im- migrants who had not de- clared themselves before the Oct. 15 deadline this year. For the scholarships, bur- saries, and other academic awards to be made for 1974-75, the council has required appli- cants to be Canadian citizens, or immigrants with landed status prior to Dec 15. 1972 Frank Milligan. council director in charge of universi- ty affairs, said the rules can- not be changed now because applications are currently be- ing received for 1974-75 awards. It would not be possi- ble to change the re- quirements in midstream. Of its annual budget, the council dispenses million a year in assistance to the humanities "and social of it for scholarships and research grants. On the subject of United States professors on Canadian university staffs, Mr. Milligan said the council does not dis- criminate. If they are part of the Canadian scholarly world, they are treated like any other member of the scholarly com- munity DESERT PLANT USEFUL JERUSALEM (AP) Israeli researchers reported that a desert plant called simonsia produces a wax sub- stance that can be used as a base for car grease and cosmetics PRICES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 18.19. and 20 THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY York Fancy Assorted Peas Del Monte Pineapple Juice Bacon........................................................ ib. 1 Regular or All Beef Wieners Top Valu Fruit Cocktail Liptons Chicken Noodle Soup Canada Grade A Steer Beef Canada Grade A Steer Beef Round Steak Rump Roasts Roy-ale Luncheon wi Kraft Apricot or Peach York Choice Robin Hood Angel Food White Cake Mix....................isoz.netwt. 00 H.P. Sauce. Sfl.oz. Carnation Evaporated Milk Aunt Jemima Buttermilk Regular or Buck wheat Pancake Puritan Beef Stew PRODUCE Golden Yellow Bananas......................................6ib5f0r! Canada No. 1 California Cauliflower ..........................each Canada No. 1 Cooking Onions.....................................3 ib bag 59' 49' Grapefruit Top Valu Pastuerized Process Cheese Slices FROZEN FOODS Farm House Frozen Banana Cream. Chocolate Cream, Coconut Cream and Lemon Cream Pies 1 2 01. net. wt. Silk Assorted Bathroom Tissue Conation Frozen Regular or Crinkle Cut French Fries 2 wt. loo Rupert Brand Cod Spreadeaty Pastuerized Process Cheese Fish and Chips wt. Your Local Independent Grocer 642 13th St. N. Phone 328-5742 MIHALIK'S 328-5742 for FREE City Delivery On Large Orders Stors Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wsdnssdsy snd Ssturdsy s.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday snd Frldsy 9 s.m. to 9 p.m. Wi nil only tin DllftMt qsillty pods it HN liwnt sttilMi priest. We reserve the right to limit qtisntltlss. SUPER SAVE FOODS BELLEVUE.ALBERTA PHONE 564-4638 ;