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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 74 10ANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY MORTGAGE loans available on farms, homes, hotels, molds, commercial bulfdlngi and proper lies lo- rAled anywhere in Aloerle. Fast, ccr. dial, confidential iervke, Bt com pel I- rive rales. Farmers-Merchants Truil 309 Ml St. 5- CONTRACTS CASEMENTS? CALL SOUTHERN Concede Service. Prioris CW3 SA ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG I KG. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 233. 57Ji. C1H4-II CUSTOM BUILT HOWFS, RUMPUS rooms, renovations. Call Ted Ding, ham ccnslruclion. II GARAGE BUILDING CEMENT work and iluccdng. Anderson and Sorenion Construction, ;ih Ave. S. Phont C737MI FPED STHINFR CEMENT WORK, nlrf basements dug, waler praalinq. In. sured, free Phone 3J7-82B4. C3fiil-ir F E N C E S, PATIOS, S modelling. You are under no obliga- tion. ADVANCE LUMBER Co. ltd. 3nd Avo dnJ 13lh SI S. Phone BOX NUMBFR5 i, H, W, 65, il, 69. 7J PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALDLRTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF IFTIIBMIDGT IN THE ESTATF cf MYRTLE ALICE COLLETT, Late, ol 1hs To'.sn c) laber, in Ihe F'rovinre of Albrrfa, Schccl Teacher, Decsescd. TAKE NOTICE thai dll persons having claims upon Ihe Eslals of Ihe above ramert, musT lilc wilh the urv d-rsigned Solicllors, by Slh day of May, A 1972, a lu'l stafernenl of islr claim) and ol !ecurilies held by MESSRS. PRITCHARD, HIGA AND BORAS PINCHER CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 29 FUEL TENDERS Staled renders, Nearly narked "Fuel v.-ili Ee received by Ihe urvder signed until o'dwk nn April H, 1o supply Ho. 2 fjasolTr-e for e period of three years, cotrinencinq fAay 1, Trie sue- bidder il required to insfnir TENDERS NEW SCHOOL VANS iearw londers vili be rectived by undersioncd unlit 5 o'clock p.m., April H, 1V7J for the purcn.ire ol Ihe schcor wssrnncr 1- 12 16 Delivery dale lo be btfwe Auguif 1. 1777. Sped Pica! Ions Will be suppllnd nol necessarily accepted. U. J. Roln. ST. r Pinchcr Crtck Scnwl NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In tho E'latp cf JOHN ARCHELAUS CARPCI-fTEM, lilc rJ Ine of v.ho dird on Ihc ?flh day Decem- ber, A D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE 1hat all perKxy r.s upan the of Ihi 5> RE: ZONING BY NO. 2750 Vfiopment per mil i have eppr ed tiy the -Viunlcrpar Cc mlisicin on Warch 19, 1972 7M2A Universal Screening to -il Klh e llgn paining business a' Slri Slffst South. 7J-1M NorbridciP Cyclt nnd Spc lo establish a cycle shnp ;34 i Slrcsf North. person affected by 'he saiJ clslon iray opr-eat SLfch decision lo Development Appeal Beard Ly dc erin] either or l-y Rii Wail, sfolemcnl ol the qroui nppeal fo rc.icri I ho Of lice Cily ClerV In Cily Hall no' Irian April 17, Dale: 20, I97J C. Cdmercn Development Officer a fas Albcrla Soiicilor Icr Executors. A9 CiTY OF LETHBRIDGF TENDERS CONSTRUCTION OF CONCRETE SIDEWALKS, CURBS AND GUTTERS Stsled 'errlrrs clearly marked rn received si Ihe Office cf the frq An City Stc-r-ni let) Strict "Norlh. Lclhbridge, Algeria until pm., ST. Tuesday, IB, malely 19.0CO lineal Icet of Concrete r.Lrt'. end Gurieri and lineal cf Concrete Sidewalks, Curbs and Cullers cf the Pu inrr DEATHS CAMICHON _ Duncan (ScoL- ty) passed away in Clarcsholm mi Marcli .TO, 19T72, al tlio age of U2 years. Horn in Scotland, tic came lo Canada in early 1900's nnd has lived in [lie Pinchcr Creek area for over GO years. I'j'fdecuascd Ijy his wife, Olive, in 1'jii'j, survivors include, one brother. Alexander; two sis- ti'it, Mrs Mary Roper und Mrs. Sarah Marshall of Van- couvcr; a sister-in-law, Mrs. C. II. Dennis of Calgary and i nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held in i Aden's Funeral Home, on Tues- day. April 1 at 1 p.m., llov. K. Jordan officiating. Interment in Fail-view cemetery, flowers gratefully declined. Donations may be made to Ihe charity of your choice. Funeral arrange- ments by EDEN'S FUNERAL Wright of Provo, Utah, ai.d be-! was held at n.m. Thurs- lovwl son of Zcldon nnd Delia day, March 30, 1U72, in St. Aiig- u'Linc's Homau Catholic Church, Tabc-r, with Rev. Burke the Wright of Card.ston, lie leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife and parents, one sister, Mrs. Colleen YuiU of Pinchcr Creek nnd four brothers, Ordell of Shelby, Willis of Calgary, Leo i Interment was m of Sprinfjville, Utah and David Memorial Garden. Itoschka bearers celebrant. Pall- Res Povcll, Jfnen- and Sollcitm Mo. 2W 743 -llh Averu LETHBR1DGE. AlbflrN SOLICITORS FOR THE EXECUTORS JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM PROPERTY The following property la offered for lale by lender, lo Ihe res- Irl cl Ions In Mis existing Certificate of ar.d v.hich of cr 13 inlles edsl Granum. Alberta. TMs crcpsrly i! approxin-i.-itc-iy 31J 8rr-s fenced, and is relatively free rf 1 tlonss and There is a i roorn ho'jse, t. hit ken a barn and shed 1 Tonden in seeled erwelcpes marked S.C. B375C1, acromjiatiTed by A marked I cheque ftK fcr Lf Ihe flmnunt Cf tin lender, must te in Ihe ftf tho Clrrk ot !he Supreme Court, I Court HQUie, Calgary, AlWrlo, by II: CO o'clock noon on the I7lh day cf Aprfl, A.D. If73. Tl-e libliince cf the purrhase shall be pa'd inlo Ccur' tnirly days allpr acceptance cl tender If The successful tend f re r dies net corn- plelc Ih- purchase alter acceptance lender, 1he deposit he forfellecf. Thf highest or any lender ret neces atcected. Cheques cf unsuccesslul Itndarers returned To- (urlher parlicularj apply R. Fletcher, Satcler, Rarriftfers Bnd Soriellc-rs. 300 Rental! Balding, Calgary, Alberla. phone DATED at The CIPy of Calqary, m fr.e Province Alttrla, this day of V-arch, A.D. 1977. "Norman B! Jclinslw.e" Clerk of the Supreme Court Chambrvs THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTJCE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public r.iMicP i5 hereby given lhal ir-e undersigned Intenrfi lo apply 15 Th? Alterla Liquor Ccnirni Ccard for A lifonce to beer, vine snfl llrtuor by the for only on Hie licensed pcwliwi of I he oremisei. h accordance wllli Ihe provlsftvii of The Liqucr 1 ktfislnq Act and lha Reguiaticni made Iriereunder v.llh re- spr-cf lo In- follo'.vlng described prem- G. R Y. D, HOLDINGS LTD BUTTE HOTFI PfCTURE BUTTE, Al BERTA I 1, BlocX 3, Pfan No 5T1OEO Obiecllons lo ihis acnlicatiDn shall madG forlhwiln fo The Ll- qurjr ConUcr Beard, Edmmtoo D.ilcd ar Pkture Bulte, this 3tfh day uf Warch, 1573 G. R. Y. D. HOLDINGS LTD PRESIDENT Gerald J. LscPair COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA Anarch It, 19JJ Seileif lendrrs ,ec8ivcc, b ttic undenlanKl unlil m Monday, April T7. m? for Irjc flnrt qrdder tlrri lubcs t rcqurca FO.B. l-ortmosl Public Xl'crks bdcp Acproxhnalc 6 only 470X15 S ply Trlpii Tresd 1C only i fly Decn LUT A only TO U ply Carrier A only 75Cxli R ply Frepl Corrlfr t. only I ply Lui only 9MylJ5 pi, v.'IUt Oval 4 cnry Grader only MIS PROVINCE OP ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will bt recelv- o'cloc'; A.M. Siandflrd Tirrc on FrJ- i day, Acril Ulh. TJ73 for 'he ecnalru-c- tion cf IhB v.'orX: i (11 Hinhv-ay 35, N. of Keg River lo Patldle Prairie. A'.ir- to Wile 13J.J4, Soil Cement Cese Course and Oln. COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA '.'arch 1i, 1J72 Sealed lenders will be rewlved by April 17, If72 fcr Diesel Fuel, lire, ail and qrcaic requiremcnl. Fuor to be delivered as re- quired the County. No. 1 Griflo Truck lo t-e drlJvered to if-.c Bcw la- and Public Works sl.jps. Oil and Grea-o to be delivered fo lha Forcmcjl, Bow and berrlei Public WwKs shops. K10.KO nallcns Diew! Fuel. ijdllOfiE No 3 Decline, 720 Quarts DG [Diesel Supplfemont TMS apD'Gvetf, II DO Qua t Is fDlos-1! Virdlum) Supple rrenl 1 MS Seyutrce approved. Qua ..i s aauort ccnrainers M1L-L- 31PI (G X 90) l-typoid oil 320 lubes QudLlly AH Grease (similar lo urUalJ Frivelows lo Clearly marked: "TENDER ON FUEL AND Tender Fuel and Oil separately end Far lurlh-r dr-lnlK ccntcd Supervisor, Mr. Frnnh Foremost The or any lender not nec- essarily Roy R- Wallman, .Sprrptpry-Trc-a surer, of Ftrly Mils No. B, Dillar filM 00) Ccrlilled Chegue v-hith will be refunded on the li'cn 'v.'llhln "four'tccn (1-J) days afler official cpcning d lenders. Each must be accornriBnled by n crrlifled or bid bond pay- Ihe Cily Treasurer, CHy of IIOMK LTD., Pineher Creek. CtlO-1 re and less IhBM COTV- Lelhbrldoe, loi S-% oF Ihe te-m wrJ cl Surety Form for- the Perfcr- mance Gusranlee Bond describtd In Speciltcaliwis. A bond In the amoiinl oi Ka.'a the I Cits 1 fender lirni v.iil be required cf Ihe succe-5'ful tenderer Icr lailh- lul perlcrmance of thp r.onlract. The cr any tender not necfti- accfpred. VJ. Poncch, Purchasing Agen'. Deafhs Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Clearwatcr, F 1 a c n r y Sweet Jones, 79, one of re- maining members of the French Army's Lafayette Escadrillc air squadron War. in Lhc First World Pattern Fcremost, f-1 TENDER BURIAL OF TOLL CABLE ntra tl marked "C ifrd bvt m te of trie General Arr crl -late CuantK'ps, lf'3 Tons cf Scil-Cemfnl Mixture 1.117 070 Ton Miles Haul. (3J Highway Jl, w. cf 1n Jet. -V.ire 0 11 to Mllp 13.io, Gradfnq and 01 her Quanlifiei, CubFr Yflrds ll.OCO Cubic Yard! cf Gravel Yard Wiles Haul Highway 37, Jcf. Itvry. 13 f.Wr 003 To 9.94, _Hinhwav 15, I f. SasKikhewan to E. 9.77 j) 4 -nt, only A c.-.r 14 in ix, 10 only gJ5vl4 1 Tu'xa 6 5ou go looking nnrrmv- wjllowy in Lliis cle- verly dri-Ks. Weal for piistcl knits. KcjKl! Printed Pattern NEW I Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, U, 16, ]8. Size 12 i bust tako.'i J'; yards 45-incll. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS CToc) in coins (nu stamps, please) tor each pattern add 15 cents for each pnttorn for first-class mailing nnrl .spocial liandliu.c. Print plainly S17.E, ADDRGS.S. MJ.MDKII. Send order to AXNE ADAJIS, 60 Front St. W., Tnrnnlo Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR AND AD- DRESS, and the name of Ilic Lcthbridge Herald. DO NOT send U to Tlic Herald. The croclietcd dress with openwork is fashion news. Lacy pineapple yoke, sleeves top smoothly curved dress. Cro- chet of 3-ply fingering yarn in one piece from neck down. Pat- tern Sizes 10-16 included. FREE Spring Fashion Offer Choose one pattern froo from Size 12 (bust SKVBNTY FIVF- (roins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for mch pattern for first-class mailing nnd special of I'rovo, Utah. Funeral ser- vices will be held in (be Al- benn Siake Cliapel in Cnnlslen on Monday, April 3rd .it 1 p.m., with Hislicp Heed Kemp c.'fi- cinlius. Interment will follow in the Cnrdslon C'cmelery. I'Yiends may meet the family and pay iheir i-ctpccts from 12 noon prior to lire service in the I V01J Relief Society Room ot Tlic j fricml, Church. CJIIUSTENSEN1 Frank, John and Ijdie Pavka, Jerry Kuni'ial and Joe Kacer. Uic Taber Humphries Home. Taber, Direc- tors ot Fnnei-al Service. CARD OF THANKS VfOXC, I would like to thank my doctors and nurses for the excellent care given me during stay in hospital. A all my for the i-elatives kindness SALMON FU.NEKAL HOME 1'" _V shown me during my illness. LTD., Directors of Funeral vice. C1100 91G1-I TII051PSON Passed away in the cily on Tliursday, March 30, I'jrz, following a brief ill- ness, Mrs. Giiri Thompson at the age ot 87 years, of Leth- bridge, (formerly of beloved wife of the late Mr. Tony Thompson. Bom. raised and educated in Norway, tlic Ia1o Mrs. Thompson came fo Canada in 1929 and jellied in Warner. Upon her husband's retirement in 1945, they moved lo Lcthbridge, where Fhe has resided ever since. She is sur- vived by one son, Mr, Tillman Thompson, Warner; two grand- children and one great-grand- son. The funeral service will bo held oa Monday at p.m. in tlio Immanuel Lutheran Church, with Pastor W. F. Schoepp officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avcmic S. phone 323-2381. MAHTLN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C1I03 MAGYNAH Passed away in the city on Thursday, March 30, 1972, following a 'brief ill- ness, Mr. Gabor (Gabriel) Magynar at the age of 72 years, GKK would like lo ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation lo al[ our friends, neighbors and relatives for the food, flowers, eards, phone calls and expressions of sym p a t h y and to all those who helped in any way during our recent be- reavcme.nl. Gee family. K39-3 C.M1TEH would like to express our sincere gratitude to all our friends and relatives who helped in aiiy way during our recent Ix'reavcment, for their expressions of sympathy, flowers, cards and food. A spe- cial thanks to the doctors, staff of the Lethbridfic Municipal Hospital; Rev. Crisfield, pall- bearers, Sir. Dale Martin and to our wonderful friends who served the lunch. We thank you for your assistance. Carter Family. K52 educated in Hungary, [lie lale Mr, Magynar came to Canada in 11127 and selUed in Taber v.-here he lived until 10-17, at which time he moved to Coal- dale and has resided there ever j since. During all Ihis lime he j was engaged cliiefly in Agricul- j lure. Ho is survived by three sons, Bert of Turin, Frank of Kdson and Louis of Lclh- bridgc; four daughters, Mrs. L. (Mary) Revak of Taber, Mrs. R. M. (Margaret) Lang ajid Mrs. A. (Jolane) Tokarhik of Lcth'jridge, Miss Isoabelle Magynar of Whitccourl, Alber- la: 27 grandchildren; and one sisler hi the Old Country. He was predeceased by tv.-o sis- ters and two brothers. Prayers will be said on Monday at p m. in Martin Bros MEMO- RIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Streel North. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday at a.m. in the Assumption Parish Cntlwlic Church. Interment will follow in Momil Calvary Sec- tion. Mountain View Ccmolery. In lieu o[ flowers, friends may donate to the Charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Service. C1107 IN MEMORIAMS GCODRICK In loving mem- of our beloved mom, Edith Goodrick, who departed tills life April I, 1955. Sadly missed along lifes way, Quietly remembered every No longer in our life (o share, Bui in our heart she is always there. remembered by daughter Habs. B25-I i I" lonng mem- FUNERALS DOGDAN Funeral service for Sava (Sam) Bogdan. who died at Taber Sunday. March 2G, 1972, at the age o[ 72 years, was held at p.m. Wednes- day, Miiifh 29, 1972, in SI. Theodore's Anglican Church. Talxr, with Rev. J. C. Daislcy officiating. Pallbearers were Ken Gordon Richard Zelcnka. Mike Andy Chontosh and Dave Sin- clair. Interment in the 'la- ber Memorial Gardens. Hum- phries Funeral Home Ltd., Ta ory ef a b; GotxJhck. lio passed away April 1, 1555. There is no parting from those we love No distance can divide, For today in memories garden We still walk side by side. rcmcmlwrcd by Dorrv nnd Jock. 62J3 In loving mem- oi-y of a dear husband, father and err.ndfalher. who passed away April 2, IMS. Days ol sadness still come o'er us Tears in silence often flow, For memory keeps you ever us. Though you left us four years remembered by his wife, and family. i 82M IN MEMORIAMS GOODIUCK In loving mem- ory of mom, Edilh Goodrick, who passed away April 1. JDoj. remembered by daugh- ter Molly. 9203 WESTBROOK In loving memory of J. H. V.'eslbrook, who passed asvay .March 31, missed by u-ife Helena E., daughter, Hulii, Lea and Micliaui. 92M .SMAIIT In loving memoi-y of a dear father, Thomas Smart, who passed away March 31, 1971. loved ar.d remem- bered by tiic family. 9230 N'AGY In loving memory of a dear Inisbcnd, father and grandfather, Andrew, who pass- ed away April 2, 1901. No length of time can take away, OUT thoughts of you from day (o day. Though absent you are nlvrays near. Still loved, still missed, still veiy dear. remembered and loved by wife Margaret and family, psofi KNAUFT In loving mem- ory of Catherine Knauff, who passed away April 2, 19C7. did not need a special day lo bring you to our minds. The times we do not think of yon arc very hard to find; They say time heals ill sor- rows, and helps us to for- get Bill so fan- it has only shown how much we miss you yet. missed by Louis, Wil- bcrt, Amy, Linda and Tracy-. Poivc r seizure JAKARTA Tho Lidonesian foreign office loday as HOILSCTIEC n loc.il newspaper report that liberation livops had ECJ'zcd in Por- t n g n c s e Timor An army spokesman branded report aji April Fool's lionx. editor of Uie in- dcpencler.t Jakarta r.pv.'spapor InrJoiifsia told reportera Hie sloiy had been publislied in good (aith. Indonesia Raya ?aid tJiat ac- cording (o Radio Timor broad- casts monitored in Jakarta, "liberation Lioops" had as- sumed power in the Portuguese proclaiming iL tlio "republic ol Timor" and setlinfi up a council of independence. But Atmakiisilma conceded (lio radio broadcast could hfivc been an April Fool's Day hoax. Tlii newspaper, ulilch has in the past carried hoax plories on April 1, published alongside Ult; Timor stonp tin ti-.e page today sialrnirnt thai it had stopped printing April Fool's Day hoaxes. HOE1.0FS In losing mem- ory of Nellie Irene Hoclofs (nee passed away Marcli .11, Sweet niemoriea wift linger forever, Time cminol change (hem, il's true. Union chief convicted in funds cjis phncs Home Ltd., Ta- ,vho passed awav Marcli 30 her, Directors of Funeral WASHINGTON1 CAP) W. A. (7'i..iy) lioylc1, U ]i i t c d Mine Years that mav come, cannot i "'oifcers president, hr.s been vicltd ot iij.ng union Our loving remembi-ancc of i Ulc fir5'1 Kovcrnmcnt pro-erutinn nf a U.S. labor emombcml bv son, i fo1' unlawful r and famih- campaign contributors. A l.'.S, dislnct court jury re- turned giulty verdicl.s against In lovinp momnrv' n''-vlt> each of 13 wje, mother and 'n indictment (.lint with heading a -Kvrr Tom r-i a dear prandmofher, Mri. Anrie Tcth, ivas in charge of Lhe rangemcnls. One lonely jear has passed a.vay since our great sorroiv fell n.nle counis in an charged him conspiracy to spread in union fur.cLs among Democrats ami Republicans in Ihe last hall of die Tv'.-o other officials of tho IIKMPF.L Funeral service Tiie sliork which ne received nnioTi, sccrrlary-lrc.isurer .John for Anna Christine Hem pel, wto died ot Vidoria, B.C., Thursday, March 23, 1972, at the ngc of 69 was held now Spring Summer Catalog. All sizes! Send flOc INSTANT SEWING HOOK cul, fit, sew J THF, HERALD modern way. Si. 00 NSTANT Readers .Mail Limilcd FASHION BOOK what-to- Gft Front Slrcct West wear answers. Jl.00. 'Toronto lt Ontario at a.m. Wednesday, March 23, 197-2, in St. Allglis- i tLse's Roman Catholic Church CENTS Taber, wilh Rev. Burke ka 'Jie celebrant. Pallbearers Bernard Bernard Klinkbammor, Joseph Head and Bernard Kcrkhoff. Inler- mejit was in Tabrr Memorial Gardens. Humphries Finc-ral Home Ltd., Taber, Directors of Frne.ral Scnice, was in charge of UM arrangements. Wilfred and Slaulh, Don Olson, lhat day, we still remem- ber well. Our lii'arls still ache with sadness, our secret tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you. no one will ever know. When aiv sad and lonely, and evcryllung goes wrong, We seem to bear you whisper, Cheer up and carry on. Fver remembered by her loving husband sons, Vinocm and family of I.eih- hridge and Mike and 'amily of riclcre liutte. Owens and chief Inbbyist James were found not guilty of the charges against Ihcm in the indictment. VISITS DACCA (APi Prince Sad- Agha Khan, Ihe United Nations liinli commLssioner for refugees, arrived Friday on a five-day visit lo Bangladesh. He. told reporters his visit lo Dr-.cc.i and then Delhi marked I ho final singe of the hum.inilarian relief action for the. Bengali ref- ugees In India, ;