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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC >i a u, a 1 o L-amJ f V leinonami _ ._ t f DEPARTMENT ALBERTA REGIONAL HUMAN ECONOMIC RESOURCE? EXPANSION AUTHORITY DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT This h a Reglona Development Ms construcllon Is financed jointly by the Governmen of Canada, Deparlmenl of Reglona Economic Expansion, and Province of Alberla, Human Resources Develop ment Authority and will be carried ou under the Alberta Department ol High ways and Transport. SEALED TENDERS will be receiv ed by the undersigned up lo II o'clocK a.m. Standard Time on Friday, October 1st, 1971, for Ihe construction of Hie following work: 2, E. of Loon Lake to S cf Creek, Crushing and Stockpiling Gravel, Approxlmali Quen-Klies, cubic yards. Contracts and Specifications may be obtained al the office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberla, Ihe olfice cf the DIslrlct Engineer, 1707 6th Slrec N. W., Calgary, Alberla, and the office of the District Engineer, Admin -atralion Building, Lelhbridgn, Alberta, and will be available only to indivl-dauls registered and operating In lie Provnce ol Alberla, or fo partnersh ps or corporations registered and operating In and who have established a fixed place of busfness in Province of Alberla A deposit of Twenly-I ve Dollars payable lo the DISTRICT OF SPARWOOD NOTICE OF TAX SALE B.C. MUNICIPAL ACT Taka notice that the property de scribed hereunder will be sold al lh annual lax sale at 10 a.m. on th 30lh tiay of September, 1971 al lh Sparvjood Municipal hBll unless th delinquent taxes wllh Interest ar sooner paid. Lot 10, Block 16 Plan 791 addres Northern Avenue (former village o Signed this 32nd day of September 1971 in IhB Dlslrlcl of Pro vlnce ot B.C. L. Monlenurro, Municipal Collector. LONDON Passed away a Burdett on Wednesday, September 22, 1971, Cecil Fred erick, of Burdett, at the age of 63 years. Raised in Saskatch ewan and at tiie age of 21 came to Alberta, married the former Betty Gray at Claresholm in 1935. At the time of his passing, Mr. London was an auto mechanic at Burdett. Survivors include his loving wife, Betty, Burdett; three sons, Cecil, of Taber, James of Edmonton, Allen of Westlock; three daughters, Mrs. Henry (Pauline) Konopski, Burdetl, Mi's. Don (Madalene) Cadwell, Calgary and Yvonne at home; one brother, James, Fort St. John, B.C.; one sister, Mrs. Norman (Tina) Eddy, Nanton; eight grandchildren. Funeral service will he conducted from Clares-holm United Church, Saturday, September 25 at 2 p.m.. Rev. H. Francis Yardley conducting. Interment will follow in Clares-holm Cemetery. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber, in charge of arrangements. C7588 SEAGER Passed away in the city on Thursday, September 24, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Ethel Lenore Seager, at the age of 75 years, beloved wile of Mr. Vernon Bancroft Seager of Taber. Born and raised in Pincher Creek, the late Mrs. Seager moved to Coutts in 1903, then to the Rolling Green district north of Taber where she taught school. She married in 1914 and movec to Taber in 1937, where she has resided until her passing. Besides her loving husband, she is survived by t w o daughters, Mrs. Hazel Archer, Calgary, Mrs. B. (Verna) Archer, Taber; 10 grandchildren; 17 greatgrandchildren, and one brother, Mr. Jim Ramsey, Coutts. The funeral sendee will be held at p.m. on Saturday, September 25, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Street K., with Pastor Carl C. Wess-man officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, phone 323-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7591 FLEMING Sarah Hannah, passed away in the city o n Thursday, September 23, 1971, at the age of 88 years, beloved wife of Mr. John Fleming of Lethbridge. Mrs. Fleming was bom in England and came to Canada and Coalhurst in 1920 before moving to Lethbridge in 19-10 where she has resided ever since. Besides her loving husband she is survived by four sons, John of Lethbridge, Bill of Rsymond, Bob of Milk River, and Joe of Lethbridge; three daughters, Mrs. Bill (Edith) Mill-dock of Nanaimo, B.C., Mrs. Ernie (Florence) Manson of Vancouver, B.C., and Mrs. Jim (Esther) Emery of Lethbridge; 23 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by one son Thomas. Funeral sservices will be held Monday. September 27, 1971, at 2 p m., in the Christen-sen Chapel, with Captain I. K. Sayers officiating. Cremation will follow. The family request no flowers. Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Foundation (1705 15 St S.) CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7589 MCCANN _ In Sacramento, California Thursday NILSSON Passed away suddenly in the city on Wednesday, September 22nd 1971, Harold C. Nilsson, at the age of 74 years, beloved hus baud of Mrs. Ivy Nilsson of 1702 12 Ave. S. The late Mr. Nilsson was bom in Monroe Utah, and came to Stirling with his parents in 1901, at the 2ge of four years. He attended school mid farmed in the Stirling district until coming to Lethbridge in 1953. Besides his loving wife he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Boyd (Grace) Nelson of Taber, Mrs. Jay (Twyla) Hirsche of Rim-bey, and Mrs, Frank (Jean) Bach of Calgary; one sister Anne Nelson, and one brother Linden both of Lethbridge; seven grandchelidren and sev-ven great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by an infant daughter Carolyn Aileen and a grandson Thomas Harold Nelson; his parents, one sister and four brothers. Funeral services will be held in the Stirling L.D.S. Ciiapel on Saturday, September 25th at 2 p.m., with Bishop Wm. Hograson officiating. Interment will follow in the Stirling Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. until prior to the service in the Reb'ef Society Room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7590 TREADWAY Passed away in Edmonton on Tuesday, September 21, 1971, Alvin Tread-way, aged 58. He was born and raised in Pincher Creek and he worked on the farms in the Pincher Creek district for many years. For the past eight years he has lived in Edmonton. Survivors include one son, David and two grandchildren; an uncle, Mr. Orville Cook of Pincher Creek. The funeral service will be held in Eden's Funeral Home on Monday, September 27, 1971, with Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Interment in Fair-view Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. KULISKA Funeral service for Mrs. Elizabeth Kuliska, beloved wife of Mr. Steve Kuliska of Turin who died at Picture Butte Friday, Sept. 17, 1971, after an illness of several months, was held at p.m. Tuesday in the Immanuel Lutheran Church with Rev. W. Schoepp officiating. Pallbearers were Victor and John Kuliska, Mel-vin, Edward, Paul and Steve Kuliska. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. BINNING Funeral service for Ben G. N. Binning, beloved husband of Mrs. Solveig Binning of 1407 3rd Ave. N. who died suddenly in the city Tuesday, Sapt. 21, 1971, at the age of 65 years, was held at p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, 1971, in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Pallbearers were James Higa, Kenneth Leitch, Roy Clemis, Stanley Hargreaves, Arthur Larson and Charles Kunz. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CLUB LICENCE Public notice U hereby given that Ihe Labor Club of Lethbridge In tends to apply to The Alberla Liquor Control Board for a club liquor licence to sell liquor by the glass fo members thereof lor consumption on Ihe following described premises: LABOR CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE 207 13TH STREET NORTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Lof 16, 17, 18, 19, Block 1, Plan No. 5712 H.F. Objections lo this application shall be made forthwith to The Alberla Liquor Control Board, Edmonlon. Dated at Lelhbrldqe, Alberla, this 3rd day of Seol., 1971. LABOR CLUB OF out during royal tour WINNIPEG (CP) Princess i Margaret and Lord Snowdon walked through two lines of placard-carrying strikers today for an informal peek at Winnipeg's new million art gallery. There were no incidents and it is probable the royal couple did not see any pickets because of the police cordon and a crowd of about 300 people. The pickets, from two unions involved in separate long-standing local labor disputes having no direct connection with the royal visit, numbered about 45. There were 15 striking technicians from CJAY-TV and about 30 from the electricians' union who have been on strike for nine weeks against Winnipeg electrical debate in OTTAWA (CP) Opposition Leader Rob: 't Stanfield pledged Thursday that the opposition will fight the government's refusal to make legally-required payments to the Canadian wheat board "until we succeed or until this government goes down the drain where it belongs." But Otto Lang, minister responsible for the wheat board, came right back, saying that if the opposition did not allow the government's Prairie income stabilisation bill to come to a vote "in a reasonable the government would withdraw it as a dead issue and blame it all on opposition MPs. That set the tone for an eyeball-to-eyeball Commons debate on a Conservative motion calling on the House to condemn the government for what it termed a deliberate flout of the Temporary Wheat Reserves Act. The reserves act requires the government to make payments every month lo the wheat board later passed on to farmers for wheat deliveries in storage. The stabilization bill would repeal the reserves act, make slOu-million payable lo farmers ir. lieu of reserves act payments tins year, and set up a government-farmer fund from which farmers could draw when grains-industry income falls below previous five-year averages. PAYJIENTS DELAYED In anticipation of passage of that bill, the government lias not made payments under the reserves act since July, 1970. The bill now is in report stage in the the step before dsbate on third and final house r The Conservative motion was defeated 112 to 73, with all opposition parties standing against the government. A New Democrat amendment calling on the government to make the required payments immediately was defeated by the sitne vote. each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal (o TOTo of Tender. Tenders will be oDened In Public. The lowest or any Tender not necessari y accepted. L. H. McManus, Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. Fffl-q-'it 'nvra iMf if ;fe 7451 2 'c D f.i D 5 Easy, thrifty to make adds a new modern touch. Give a bedroom cnarm with crisp spread and curtains crocheted of 14" strips in pineapple design, shells, mesh. Pat. 7451: crochet directions, use bedspread cotton. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling fo THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ctnario NOTICE BY-LAW NO. 22 By tnfi Beard of Trustees of the Lc h-bridge Catholic Sepinle School District No. 9 ot the Province of Alberla WHEREAS It Is deemed expedient by the Bonrd ot Trustees of Le h-brldoc Catholic Separale School DIs-frict No. 9 of Ihe Province of Alberla, that the sum ol Seventeen Thousand Five Hundred Dollars (SU.SOO.W) should be borrowed on the security of the said District, by the Issue of debentures repayable to the bearer In twenly (30) consecullve annual Insta -ments with Interest at the rate of nol more than eight per cent (6 per cent per annum for the following namely: Renovation! to Catholic Centra High School St. Joseph's wing con-s sling ot: Provision of ventilation and temperature cgntrol In the Biology Lab. Provision of ventilation and temoer-alure control In the gymnasium. Provide tempera lure control lo all c assrooms. At a lolal estimated cost ol SI 7, 500.00 Finance for the oroDDsed project Is estimated as follows: Debenture Lean Foundallon Procrsm Fund S10.0QO.OQ Capital Reserve Repayable to the bearer In twenly 20) consecullve annual Instalments wth Inleresl at not more than eight jer cent 18 per cenl) per annum. THEREFORE, Tne Board of Tros. tees of the said DIslrlct enacts as fol-ows: 1. That the necessary croceedinai be taken under Ihe provisions of The School Act, 1570, lo obtain authority of fhe Local Authorities Board lo borrow aforesaid debenture funds or such onr. Men of the said funds as may DC required, for the aforesaid purposes 3. That upnn receiving the required written autharliallon, IhP Beard PUBLIC NOTICE BY-LAW NO. 20 By the Board of Trustees of the Lethbrldae Catholic Separite School District No. 9 of the Province of Alberta WHEREAS if is deemed expedient by the Board of Trustees of the Lelhbrldqe Cafhollc Separate School Ols-frlcl No. 9. ol Ihs Province of Alberla, fhaf Ihe sum of Five Hundred And One Thousand Dollars ,000.00) should be borrowed on the security of the bald District by Ihe Issue of debentures repayable to Ihe bearer In twenty (50) consecutive annual Instalments with Interest at the rate of not more than elnht ppr cent (8 ner cent) per annum Tor Ihe following purposes, Erectinn a Masonry addlllon to St. Mary's Elempntary Junior High School consisting of: Five regular classrooms, one Ele-menlerv Science room, one Junior High Scienc- mom, onp Anclll a r y classroom, one two Elallon qyrnna-9lum wllh staqe, storaoe, showers, tiresslna roams and lavyi. Rennvallon ID the existing building consKtlnn of: Conversion cf the cxisllnq qym, starjc, and storage to Library, Read-stcrage, ancillary classroom and ccr. rHor. Conversion of extstlno general ad-mlilstrallon lo Infirmary. Conversion cf existing Principal's office to stalf ccnferenc- room. Conversion o' existinn OF THANKS WEBER I would like to thank the doctor and the nurses on the Third floor of Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for the wonderful care given me during my stay in the hospital. Special thanks to my relatives and friends who visited, sent cards and flowers during my recent illness. Sophia Webei 855 McClMIG The famines and relatives of the late Earl McCuaig, wish to extend our thanks to the minister, Rev. E. G. Dickie, the pallbearers, the ladies who served coffee, and the many friends who helped us during our bereavement. Your kindness is gratefully fails; {our injured TRAIL, B.C. (CP) A mechanical failure on a four-storey manlift has sent four employees of Ccminco Limited to hospital in Trail, two with serious injuries. A Cominco spokesman says the distance the men fell when the manlift a vertical elevator with one-man platforms at intervals was not immediately known. They fell when the lift mechanism reversed itself after a coupling key failed. Taken to hospital were John Bridge, who suffered head and back injuries; Jack Wreidt. fractured hand and bruised thigh; George White, bruises, and Jack Startup, who suffered rope bums to one clpal's and Vicp Principal's offices. Conversion nr one existing classroom Into staff common and staff workrooms. Conversion ot existing storage lo Irftff Conversion of two exlslina classrooms and storaoe room Into open co-ooerntlve leaching BTPB. at jt lolfll estimated Including archltecl's fees orovlsion of furnish inn-; and equipment Drovislon for water, electrical services and site development S501, 000.00 Finance for Ihe nroposed prelect Is Mtlmnled as follows: Dpbsnture Loan Foundation Pronram Lean Local Requisition un, 01 the bearer in Iwpntv consecullve annual jnstnlrr.pnK wllh Interest Pf more than elqnf per rant fB npr per exceeding Ihe sum of Seventeen Thousand Five Hundred Dollars repayable To the bearer In Iwenly (20) conseculive annual Mr. and Mrs. Andy McCuaig, Mrs. Jean Milne. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. (Alice) Montgomery. nht oer cenl (B per cent) per annum. 3. That By-Law No, IP Is hereby reoealed, THEREFORE, notice Is hereby given by Ihe Board oF the said School District that unless B poll of the electors of the said School District for anrt apaJnst Ihe said debenture loan Is demanded, as provided by Section 104 of he School Act, 1970, the said Board will apply to the Local Authorities Bonrd for aulhorlly lo borrow the said sum by issue of debenture. Ot which alt persons Inlefested are hereby notified, and fhey arc required to govern themselves accordlnqiy. J. 1. Boras Chairmen Dated at Lelhbrldae Ihls ISIh day of September, 1971. INSTRUCTIONS TO ELECTORS PF-TITIONING FOR A VOTE ON A MONEY BY-LAW IN A SCHOOL DISTRICT (secllons 2 3 and 10J-The School Act, 1970) "Elector" for the purposes ol petit onlnn tor a vole on a debenture bylaw means a person: [il IB vears of aqe or older, fi is 3 Canadian cilizen or Brit sh subject, and (Hi) resident. In Ihe case of oellllon, In a district or division For at least Islend on Thursdav, 'September 23, 1971, Fred, "at the age of 82 years. Born at Nam-sos, Norway, April 25, 1889, came to Canada and homstead-ed in the Manyberrics area in 1910, married the former Clara Flexhaug at Manybemes in 1916. Mr. Brown worked on various ranches in the area until retirement in 1952. He was a member of the Bow Island Canadian Legion. Predeceased by his wife, Clara and one daughter, survivors include one son, Leonard, Foremost; two daughters, Mrs. Alfred (Petra) Neil-sou, Medicine Hat, Mrs. William (Inga) Heydlauff, Wild Horse, Alberta; 10 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted from Humphries Funeral Chapel in Taber on Monday, September 27 at 3 p.m, with Rev. Paul Bortnem officiating. Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Garden. Pallbearers are six grandsons. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Taber in Charge of Arrangements. wi ends in M BUTTE, Mont. (AP) The copper strike, launched months ago for higher wages, is over but it may be several weeks before all striking workers are back on the job with the Anaconda Company. The remaining unionists striking the company voted overwhelmingly this week in favor of returning to work. Several hours later the ontana ager of Anaconda's Montana operations, Martin Hannifnn, said some workers would not be called back immediately because of a stockpile of concentrates from Anaconda's Utah and Nevada divisions. Employees of the Lach plant, precipitation plant and some of Ihe crew at the Anaconda smeller were the first to be called MEMORIAMS MARTIN In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Rose Ann Martin, who passed away September 24, 1960. The leaves and flowers may whither, The golden sun may set, But the hearts that loved you dearly, Are the ones who won't forget 1 w a y s remembered by Mae, Kyoto and family. tees of Ihe said District enacfs as follows: 1. Thar th" nroceedlnos he takoi the nrovisinn-: of Th-1 Schonf 1970, fn ofifam ai-ffrriiv nf A'jlhrrillns E-iarH tn aforesaid funds or such psrtlon of the said fund? as mav he fcr the aforesaid purposes. That iinon rpeelvlnn the DROP The popuation lof Portugal has dropped two per cent in the last decade. In loving memory of a husband, father and grandfather, William, who passed away September 24, 1970. Loving and kind in all his ways, Upright and just to the end of his days. Sincere and kind in heart and mind. What a beautiful memory lie left behind. E v e r remembered and sadly missed by his wife Ethel and children Jim and Shirley, Paul and Arlene and grandchildren. Trrslecs shall Issue, en security of Ihe District, debentures In tmounl nnt fix-rssdlnn )hu srirn rf And One Thousanrl fn the btw in Iwenfv Pol consecutive annual on which the petition Is presented; A poll respecting the aforenoted bor-rowlnn may be demanded In a School DstricT by preparing and submitting to the School Board a cetlllon for A vole In accordance wllh Ihe provisions of Sections 7 3 and 104 of fhe School Act, 1970-The petition must be signed by al east (a) 2 per cent of the electors In R dislrlct or division having AND MORE ALBERTANS ARE JOINING THE LIGHT BRIGADE THREE FEATHE1S fatiadtanffiipWitifyfj OISIILLED, AGED AND BOTTLED IN BOND UKREfl SUPERVISION Of luF CANtDlW GOVCBNi'JNT MASTER BLEND Ki H That By-law No. 17 Is hereby rerenlerf. THEREFORE, notice Is hnrobv the Board of Hi" said ors of Ihe sniff Srhool Oislrlcf Iff 5 per cent of the electors In nanried, es nrnvidorf Secl'nn TOi of Thp School Act, 1970. Ihp said but electors or mere, or (c) 10 per cent of the electors In ACROSS THE Board for authorit" lo Borrow Ihe said Sum by Issue of eleclors bul 500 eleclors or hereby rnlified and they are ct or division having less than 500 electors, and fcs filed with the Board within J. 1. Boras mass for Lily Across the Mountain, beloved wife of John Across the Mountain who died at Cardston Saturday, Sept. 18, 1971, at the age of 61 years, was said at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22, 1971, in St. Mary's Ro-man Catholic Church with Rev. Joseph Regnier the celebrant. Pallbearers were Thomas Eagle Child, Roy and Patrick Bare Shin Bone, James and Lloyd Across the Mountain and Jim Shot Both Sides. Jr. Interment was in the Blood Band Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors i of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. OCZKO Requiem mass for Gcrhart Paul (Gary) Oczko, Jr., beloved brother of Mrs. J. Won of 130 2nd Ave., Hardie-ville, who died at Maple Creek, Sask., Sunday, Sept. 19, 1971, at the age of 31 years, was said at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 23. 1971, in the St. Patrick's g 16, 1971, Orville W. formerly of Redwood City, California, loving husband of the late Sadie McCann, beloved fahter of Mrs. Eileen of Kedwood City; Mrs. Dans Sayles of Newcastle; Mrs. Marjorie Bonham of Fair Oaks, all in California; brother of Carl McCann, and Mrs. Kathleen Campbell, both ot Alberta. Canada. A 15 year resident of Redwood City prior to coming lo Sacramento, former 36 year resident of Lethbridge nnd a retired member of t h e Mechanic's Union. San Maleo, California, and former member of the First Methodist Church of Redwood City. Private graveside services w ere held Wednesday, September 22, 1971 at Golden Gale National Cemetery, Bruno, California. 906A ClIKSTEIt _ Passed grant TIT10NING FOR A VOTE ON A MONFY IN A SCHOOL DIS- 1 TRlCT i 3 and 104-Th" School Act, sought on grain legislation EDMONTON (CP) The three prairie provinces' agriculture ministers have requested thai, the federal government delay action Oh the contentious 5rain stabilization bill, Dr. Hugh Homer, Alberta agriculture minister, announced here. Dr. Horncr said he sent (lonlnn for a vote on a defceniure by-la1" nr-nns a person: 111 IB veari pf aoc rr oldpr. v.-hr> if. a citizen or Brilisfi suhiocl, -ind 'Tin h the cnsp (if pet-tion. In a rllslrld or dlvli-on for at cedlno day on which petition Is presented; A noil Ihe aforenoted Dlltrlcf hv nrenarlnq and (CP) Granting of funds to Soft Machine, an Edmonton youth hostel, v.ill be investigated, Social Development Minister Neil Crawford announced Mr. Crawford said the grant "looks bad" in view of the new Progressive Conservative government's ban on all proposed programs until existing directions have been reviewed. Ray Holmes, director of homes and institutions, said he recommended the grant out vole In acr-rdnn'-e wllh thp irovl-Mnns of Sp.clirns 3 find ot School Act, The petition must be signed by at lenst fa) 5 orr crnl of thf clpr.trrs In a district or division havinq electors or more, rr (b) S per rent nf Jhe electors in B H'Mrlrt rr division havlnq less district or division hnvinn than .1000 eleclrrs hul JOO electors or more, 'd) IS npr cent of HIP elerlors In n tllflrirt or division hnvlnq than ifin Mrclors. nnrt H with the Hoard in charge or the wheat board, on behalf of Ihe three ministers asking that discussion of the bill Ire withheld until after a meeting Oct. 1 to ndA'snflprr of Ilie nuHle nolle i> of tho proposed il. He said his counterparts Wednesday, September 22, 1971, Thomas William Catholic Chui'ch with Rev. M. H. Gillis tlw celebrant. funds because Soft Machine, which houses about Deficit shrinks KDMONTON (CP) _ The rllv lo li.ive a vcar-cnd or lo ', far ihn orifli-nally projected, the city treasurer's office at a Ttcgina meeting :hat it is doubtful the bill would improve the income position of >ralrle funeral service will be held in tlw Trinity Uniled Church, Saturday at 2 p.m., Peter Walker officiating minister. In-Icrmcnt in Archmounl Memorial Gardens, tx-lhbridge. Funeral fliTcngements bv KDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. Renner, Jack Martin, Fred Bcvcridge, Mike Bruncuiey nnd Siegfried Starzyk. Interment was in the Mount Calvary sec-ion of Mountain View Ccme-cry. Chrislcnscn Salmon Funeral Home Lid., Directors of Funeral Service, was In charge of Hie a x. TILFORD IN 11US PLUNGE RIO DE JANEIRO FlfiUKl! Australian exports for Hie month of July amounted to J470 J7 were seriously injured when a bus crnslred off a J56- 1 fool-high bridge nnd plunged inlo a river north o[ ;