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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, September 5, 1974 9G CONTRACTS PUBLIC NOTICES I PUBLIC NOTICES PRIOLETTE TRENCHING AND EXCAVATING Water and septic systems; basements; gas. water and electrical trenching. Phone 223-3939: Box 134, Taber. 9155-tf R AND K CONSTRUCTION Cement contractors. Sidewalks, patios, driveways, floors. Estimates. Days 328-1468. evenings 327- 2627. 9349-tf PRAIRIE Ditching Company of Lethbridge TRENCHES. HOES. PLOWS FOR GAS ELECTRIC DRAIN TILE. WATER. SEWER. SPRINKLER. You Name It C383-tt Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous building Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs. Jim 327-5087. 328- 3983 7799-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. C1936-U Garage building, cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf PRESTIGE HOMES AND CONSTR. Phone us for homes and home improvements, garages, rumpus rooms and all cement work. Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 327- 0939. 756-'f Complete basement, framing, finishing and drywali contracts. 328- 9525, Design Homes. 989-17 BOX NUMBER REPLIES 103, 127. 131. 132. PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE Take notice that my wife. Gizele Rigo, having left my bed and board, I will no longer be responsible for any debts incurred by her. Signed A. Rigo Si ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders for the construction of five reinforced concrete drop structures located approximately four miles east of Lethbridge, Alberta will be received at the office of the Irrigation District up to a.m., local time, September 19, 1974. Security will be required. Copies of the drawings and specifications may be obtained from the Irrigation District or from the office of Keith Consulting Engineers upon deposit of S25.00 by cheque, made payable to the Board of Directors. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all tenders. The Board of Directors The St. Mary River Irrigation District. Lethbridge. Alberta Keith Consulting Engineers Ste. G. 433 Holiday Village Lethbridge. Alberta S13 Regional Expansion Economic Econonnque Expansion Regionale PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION TENDER PRIMARY LIFT STATION Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until p.m.. local Regina time. Thursday. September 26, 1974 for the Town of Steinbach. Contract Lift Station and Aeration Equipment. The site of the work is located near the Town of Steinbach. Manitoba. The work consists of the supply of all plant, labour, services and materials for the: (1) Construction of a primary sewage lift station complete with wet well, submersible pumps, controls, superstructure, electrical work, standby electrical power plant, connections to the existing system. (2) Aeration equipment in existing aeration cell. (3) Installation of approximately 125 feet of 24 inch and 30 inch asbestos sewer main complete with manhole, fittings and connections to the existing system. The plans and specifications may be viewed at the following locations: (1) The offices of the local Builders' Exchange or Construction Association in Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg and Calgary. (2) The Town of Steinbach Municipal Office. (3) The office of the Consultant: Toman Engineering Company Consulting Engineers P.O. Box 852 Boissevam. Manitoba. Plans, specifications, instructions and forms for bidding may be obtained from the undersigned at his office in Regina, Saskatchewan, upon deposit of twenty five (S25.00) dollars cash or a certified cheque for the amount, payable to the Receiver General for Canada, which deposit will be redeemable upon the return of the plans and specifications in good order within one month after tenders have closed. Tenders will not be considered unless made on the form supplied and in accordance with instructions supplied with the specifications. Tenders must be accompanied by security in the amount and form specified in the Instructions. Bidders are advised to draw the bidding documents from the address listed below so that their names may properly be added to a bidder's list and ensure receipt of future addenda which may affect the bid. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By Order W. M. Berry Chief Engineer. PFRA 401 Motherwell Building Regina. Saskatchewan S11 NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF KIMIYO NAKATSUI. Late of the Town of Picture Butte. in the Province of Albeda. who died on the 15th day of July. A.D. 1974. TAKE NOTICE THAT ALL Persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named, must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 10th day of October, A.D. 1974, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. Barristers Solicitors 519 7th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors, Tsutayo Ikeda and Douglas Teruhihiko Ikeda S3 HOUSING CORPORATION- INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL NEW TOWN OF FORT McMURRAY BEACON HILL SUBDIVISION AREA 2 NINE (9) DUPLEXES Sealed proposals addressed to the undersigned and marked "Proposal for Fort McMurray Duplex Project No. will be received up to P.M., M.D.S.T.. Wednesday, September 25. 1974. at the office of Alberta Housing Corporation, Edmonton, Alberta. Proposals will be opened in public. Proposal documents may be obtained from Alberta Housing Corporation in Edmonton. Proposals may be viewed at the Edmonton Construction Association, Calgary Construction Association, Lethbridge Construction Association. Red Deer Construction Association, Grande Prairie Construction Association and the Town Office in Fort McMurray. This project involves the erection and completion of 9 duplexes of residential housing within the Beacon Hill Subdivision Area 2. Full proposal requirements are contained in the proposal documents. President Alberta Housing Corporation The Stanley Building, 11810 Kingsway Avenue Edmonton, Alberta T5G 0X5 S12 COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO. 26 INVITES TENDERS For purchase and removal of vacant two bedroom house, approximately 28' x 40', located on Readymade school grounds. Building to be moved from present location and site to'be left in clean and tidy condition not later than November 15th, 1974. To inspect building, phone 345-3148 for appointment. Offers to be submitted to the County of Lethbridge Office in sealed envelopes marked "Tender" not later than p.m. Monday, September 16th. 1974. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. A. C. Barfett (Mrs.) Assistant County Manager County of Lethbridge No. 26 214 13th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta A104 BIRTHS GIBB My name is David Robert. I arrived at St. Michael's Hospital on August 30th, 1974. I weighed 7 Ibs. 1 oz. My dad and mom are James and Gail Gibb. My proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gibb, Barons, Alberta and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Klinkhammer, Lethbridge. 1037-5 LeMOAL Gerry and Joan (nee Henley) wish to announce the birth of their second son, Robert Allan, on August (Weight 6 Ibs. 10 oz.) Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Henley, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. LeMoal, Prince Alberta, Saskatchewan. 1092-5 PUBLIC NOTICE GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA This is a Regional Development Project. Its construc- tion is financed jointly by the Govern- ment of Canada, Department of Regional Economic Expansion, and the Province of Alberta, and will be carried out by Alberta Highways and Transport. SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. on Wednesday, September 18, 1974, for the construction of the following work: Project S.R. 967 S. of Lily Creek to 20th Baseline (Approx. 20 miles north of Slave Lake) (S.R. 967.02) Mile 9.79 to Mile 21.45 (S.R. Mile 0.00 to Mile 7.00 Grading, Gravel Surfacing and Other Work Approximate Quantities: Cubic Yards Excavation Cubic Yards Gravel to Stockpile Cubic Yards Gravel to Road 179.000 Cubic Yard Miles Haul Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the of- fice of the District Engineer. 4020 Bowness Road. N.W.. Calgary, Alber- ta, and the office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, and will be available to individuals operating in the Province of Alberta or to partnerships or corporations registered in the Province of Alberta. A Deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked che- que or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V. E. McCune, Deputy Minister of Highways Transport. 56 A CUT CABLE CAN HURT SO MANY WAYS !f you cut a buried telephone cable, it could hamstring a hospital or cripple a com- munity. It does more than cut oJJ telephone service. It can sever medical service. ambulance service, police emergency service, firefighling service, telecommunications service vital to every aspect of home and community life. It's frightening when you think about it. It can be even more frightening if it actually happens. Don't let it happen because of you. Here's an easy way not to be a "cable FREE CABLE-SAVER SERVICE DIAL '0' (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 KGTs BURIED CABLE LOCATION SERVICE. Do it weli in advance, for a Cable Locator to get to the scene last. Ho charge for Ihe call or the service we're grateful you called. Thank You! Keeps you in touch with service BIRTH BLAIS Bob and Joan are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Michelle Correne on August 24, 1974, weight 7 Ibs., 3 ozs., at the Wiiidermere District Hospital in Invermere, B.C. Proud grandparents. Mrs. Muriel Monk of Calgary and Mrs. Myra Blais of Lethbridge. 1084 DEATHS THOMPSON Passed away on Tuesday, September 3. 1974, Edward Thompson, aged 76 years, beloved hus- band of Pauline Thompson of Fort Macleod. The funeral service will be held in Eden's Funeral Chapel, 2424 5th Ave., Friday at p.m., Rev. C. H. Schuberg officiating. Inter- ment in Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, Fort Macleod drug stores. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C1671 GRIFFITHS Passed away in the city on Tuesday, September following a lengthy ill- ness. Mr. Arthur Wyndham Griffiths at the age of 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Emma Griffiths of 1265 4th Ave. S. Born in Kidwelly, Wales, raised in England, the late Mr. Griffiths came to Canada in 1913 and joined the C.P.R. In 1914 he enlisted in the 31st Battalion and served overseas where he was wounded. In 1917 he came to England from France and transferred to the Royal Flying Corp, and graduated as pilot and Lieutenant. He was badly injured in a plane crash in 1918. Following his marriage he came back to Canada in 1919 to Lethbridge and rejoined the C.P.R. In 1954 he retired as engineer following forty-two years service and had resided here until his passing. He was a fifty-two year life member of AF and AM No. 39, Lethbridge, also a life member of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. F. M. (May) Henry of West Vancouver, B.C.; two grandchildren. He was predeceased by one son. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Friday, September 6, 1974, in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. Keith Churchill officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C1673 JOHNSON Sheldon LaVernon, beloved husband of Mrs. Edna Johnson of No. 7 518 23rd St. S. passed away in the city on Tuesday. September 3rd. 1974 at the age of 70 years. Born in Raymond on July 27th. 1904 Mr. Johnson moved to Barnwell at an early age and received his education there. He was married on December 10th. 1928 to Edna Godfrey and they continued to live in Barnwell until 1941. when they moved to Lethbridge where Mr. Johnson was engaged in the transport business (Owen's) for many years, he then worked fo'r the Old Dutch Co. for about eight years and then became a Commissionaire until he retired in 1969. He was a member of The Associated Canadian Travellers, the Elks Club anl the Cosmopolitan Club. Besides his loving wife Edna, he is survived by four sons. Doran. Rex and Jerry of Lethbridge and Karl of Calgary: three daughters. Mrs. Sandra Fleming. Annaheilc Johnson and Heather Johnson all of Calgary: 12 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Six sisters survive and also four brothers. Mrs. Myrl Anderson and Mrs. Arviila Anderson of BamweH. Mrs. Cora Green. Mrs. Thera Earl, Mrs. Florence Moscovitch and Mrs. Marie Nicas all of Lethbridge; Frank and Garth of Lelhrmdgc. Orland of Tabcr and Gerald of Langley. B.C. He was predeceased by one son. Orval in 1960 and one sister. Mrs. ArmreH Storie. Funeral services will be held in the 10th Ave. L D.S. Chapel on Friday. September 6th at p.m.. with Elder Eldon Edwards officiating. Friends may meet with the family at The CHRISTENSEN Chapel from p.m. until p.m. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd Directors of Funeral Service. C1S72 IN MEMORIAMS WATSON In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Mary Mackay Watson, who passed away September 4, 1965. remembered by Bill, May, Dave and families. 1070 POYNTER In loving memory of James Brent Poynter, who passed away September 5, 1973. Nothing we can say, can still the grief That is in our hearts As we think of him each day. remembered by wife and children. 1128 LYONE, loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, who passed away September 4, 1972. Two years have passed since that sad day. It was God's will that you should not stay, A million words cannot express, Our heartache, sadness, and loneliness. remembered and sadly missed by Donna, Gerald and boys. 1093 CARDS OF THANKS THOMPSON A belated thanks to all the medical staff of St. Michael's of the second main floor. Also to all my friends and relatives who remembered me during my stay there. E. Thompson 1038-5 GILLESPIE I wish to express my sincere thanks to all my relatives and friends who sent cards and flowers while I was in the hospital. Also thanks to those who came to visit me. Also a special thanks to my doctors and nurses who cared for me while I was in the hospital. Gillespie 1129 OSTBY A most sincere thank you to the reunion committee and all those who must have worked so hard to make the reunion of the students of Milk River for the years 1957 to 1966. Countless hours must have been spent in efforts to contact students and teachers to have been able to get so many to return to Milk River for the event. The opportunity of seeing so many whom we taught and worked with seems almost unbelievable. It was just a grand affair and thanks again to all of you. "Martha Ostby 1130 French family seeks attention for land claim E. J. How can one possible express enough for such a memorable week words alone seem so inadequate however would you all accept my humble "thank you" to my empoyers. fellow employees, friends, neighbors and relatives who so unselfishly gave of their time, talents. generosity, friendship, cooperation and good wishes. May I say your kindness shall always be cherished. The roses have faded and gone but my 25th anniversary will be forever remembered. Thank you John and Mitch and all down the line. -Elda 991 STEWART We wish to express our deepest appreciation to all our friends and relatives for the beautiful floral tributes, cards, gifts of food and words of sympathy during our recent bereavement. A special thanks to Rev. Jordan, the pallbearers. Martin Bros., the ladies of the Weaver's Guild. Teresa Di Hocco. Eira Airsman. Marg Goiia and Joy Pinney. the staff of Frache's Flower Shop. A very special thanks to the doctors and nurses and staff of second cast St. Michael's Genera! Hospital for the care and consideration given to my wife and our mother during her illness To those who sent her flowers, cards, gifts and visited her. we thank you. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. -Harold Stewart: Waller. Beth Stewart; Carly, Barbara Stewart; Helen. Peter Doubinin: Doreen. Ken Healon and families. LOS ANGELES (AP) A family of French nationals, distraught over a longstanding property claim, barricaded themselves for seven hours Tuesday in the office of the French consulate before agreeing to leave with sheriff's officers. At one point in the standoff, members of the Joseph Ber- enguer family said, "We have enough gasoline to burn down the building and we're willing to burn with it unless we get justice." Sheriff's deputies removed three one-gallon jugs of clear liquid, labelled in red from the fourth-floor offices of the con- sulate. The end of the encampment came after two deputies were allowed inside the wooden door of the consulate, which had been nailed shut. A family vote was taken and it was agreed they would leave the premises, a deputy said. Berenguer's wife, Charlotte, was the first to leave. She was crying, and the children who followed were fighting back tears. "We came out because the American police said they'd help Mrs. Berenguer said. Sheriff's spokesman Jim Valdez said no charges were planned against the Berenguers, who operate a restaurant in the Santa Bar- bara area, because "they were on foreign soil as far as we are concerned." The Berenguers' oldest daughter, Jackie, 17, told re- porters outside: "We came out because the police guaranteed justice and the Bracelet discovered A gold charm bracelet has been turned in to Lethbridge Police, who are searching for its owner. It was found about three months ago in the parking lot of Holiday Village. Included on the bracelet is a RCMP centen- nial charm. Miss Canada Blair Lancaster, Miss Canada, will kick-off the Big Brothers' fund-rais- ing and information cam- paign in the city Satur- day when she rides in a motorcade from the Park Plaza Hotel to city hall. She will be officially wel- comed to the city by the mayor and chief of police at city hall and then will participate in the opening ceremonies of the Big Brothers' office in the Canada Trust building. Miss Lancaster will at- tend a fashion show at Eaton's at p.m., visit the Centre Village Mall at 4 p.m. and the College Mall at p.m. Mon- day, she will be a dinner guest at the Elk's club and conduct a draw for a color television set. Mon- day, Miss Canada will speak to the downtown Rotary Club at noon and the East Lethbridge Ro- tary Club at p.m. Between and 4 p.m. Monday she will take the Big Brothers' message to a few of the elemen- tary schools in the city. courts and pretty much everything we wanted. We decided there was no use in staying forever." They asked that an American court settle a dis- pute between the family and the French government. The family claimed France failed to honor promises to compen- sate them for land they lost when the colony of Algeria was granted independence from France in 1962. Beer still stalled Beer delivery remains at a standstill today, as a strike by deliverymen enters its second week. About 200 workers, 12 in Lethbridge, are involved. The workers are employed by Alberta Brewers Agents Ltd., a jointly owned delivery system set up by the three major breweries. The dispute has stopped delivery of beer brewed by Labatt's, Molsons's and Carling O'Keefe breweries. The workers, members of the International Brewery Workers Union, are embroiled in a dispute over cost of living adjustments and pension plan contributions. Uncle Ben's Tartan Brewery in Red Deer is not affected, but Uncle Ben's beer is not slaking southern thirsts. Bush Williams, manager of Owen Distributing Ltd., Uncle Ben's Lethbridge distributor, said no beer is moving because of the possibility of picketing. "We're waiting for Uncle Ben to clarify our he said. Stan Maxwell, shop steward for Local 288 of the brewery workers, said the Uncle Ben's warehouse "probably would" be picketed if deliveries begin. Dale Jaffary, Teamsters' Union shop steward at Owne, said the Teamsters would "definitely not" cross a UBW picket line. But Ali Rizvi, office manager of Uncle Ben's brewery, said in a telephone interview from Red Deer that any picketing of Uncle Ben's facilities would be "strictly illegal." Meanwhile, an Edmonton spokesman for the strikers has forecast that once the strike ends beer produced during the strike will be sold at new prices the breweries are seeking. "They are no losing anything at all during the Vern Bartee. vice president of the International Brewery Workers Union, said Wednesday. Decision reserved in case Provincial Judge L. W. Hudson has reserved decision in the case of a Waterton man whose lawyer claims he was coerced into taking a breathalyzer test. Defence counsel Roman Scholdra claimed a city police officer implied that his client, James William Lerner, had no alternative but to take the test. The prosecution maintained the police officer followed the correct procedure'and there was no coercion. Lerner was charged with driving with a blood alcohol level greater than .08 per cent after iaking the test about three-quarters of an hour after being involved in a traf- fic accident July 6. When asked by the prosecu- tion why the delay before the lest was made. Const. Norman Whelpley said, "He didn't want to take the test." "1 advised him he would be charged with refusing to take a breathalyzer test if he rlidnX He said he wanted to contact a Const. WhelpJey testified Court was told tihe accused was allowed three telephone calls before the test was made. Student tickets at door Special student rush tickets available for "Godspeir sagebrush added to cattle feed Jor at the theatre door, officials of the touring company have tends to eliminate barnyard announced. The play will be at the Yates Memorial Centre aromas today. Friday and Saturday at p.m. NATURAL DEODORANT A small amount of ;