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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 7, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ESTABLISHED W H E L nienN Ixake and lire shop. B'jiiding can Lc teased. Phone 2S6i. Tnter. 9311-10 EXCELLEUT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY N-w ccncepr In "car a rnlnule" coo- vcyorlied, automatic, car wash equip- ment by Wcslern Canadian Company. investment will handle. Writs bsx Herald. For 1hosa who whh revenue Vi'e have an Immaculate Uvo year old four tuiler. We open 1o all rodsan- Able oilers. Exclusive. Canfacl n.vighf Jorgcnien, 330W2, Qulnton Dale Agencies Ltd., 1277 3 Ave. S. CI193-10 K DOT EN AY LAKH, B.C. Marvelour, opporlunily. S.He cf five unit mold, resla-jcanl, filling stalion, all fully incJtrn or> lour acre'; wilh take front. Will fcke hou'.c or small (arm as parl paymer.l, Apply: Mr, arvd Mrs. M. Heidelberg PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS COUNTY OF LUTIIDRIDGC HO. 74 ?U 13 Slrcct South, Ldhbrldye LLhtol Sullies, Litrary Supplies, j Art Supplies, Aid Supplied. j Th! Counly cf Lelhbrldse No. "if, ivitci for the supply cf Ihe lore tn cnl icned be heel Equipment and Supplies. Icr nil arc available 1rorn Ihe Caunly Ollke, 314 }3lh Strctl Sculh, Letjibridge. The lov.eil or any le.iifcr no I necessarily accepted, Ten- ders must In the hands of Hie Sccrdary-Trrasurer rat later lhan April IB. Vtll, and bt; en I tic lorm Mjfjplitd by the County OMicc. CSigr.iij) R. rWiilill COUNTY OF" LETHBRIOGE NO. S4 R. H, Gram Secrtlary-Treasurer. A3S FUEL TENDER County ol Inn, Boiwell, EX. 74 IOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY SCHWARTZ AGENCIES Llr.MTF.D 1977 College Man, Phcne 325-3331 Residential, Commercial Farms and 'arches. Clly ar To.vr Lov.es) IrvfereM rates available. and second mortgages, and Dleic-l Oltice bridge. cthbritJqe tJc. 26 hereby I fcr supply cf, Gasoline i uel FCT prwtnl year, >3 available at 1he Counly 13th Street South, I COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, AlBERTA Sealed lenders Lc received by the umjErirsricd until p.m. Monday. April 17, 1J72 fcr car, 1ruck 7 K T uLts 4 cniy IC.'jOxli Tubes 10 tftly TuLes 6 only P2iyJO Tubes 2-1 cnly TOxIO Tubes 10 nn'.'f 7-S cr 13Mx3-J Tjtc-s The effeclive dale Icr successful lender to he Ircm Way 1, 1972 a year p pried Pnvelonos 1o be clearly marked Or w, I v l DEATHS FUNERALS IN MEMORIAM CAHD Kate WiLbeck, pass- Funeral .service oil ruv.iy in Raymond on Kri- for KmcsL Rudolplms Allrcd. April 7th, 1972, at ihe age i beloved husband of the Inle of years, beloved wife of the i Lorctln Allrcd who dicxl al laic Stewart H. Cart! of Flay-I Cardston Sunday, April 2, 1972 inond, who passed away at tl c age ot 9H years, held i January the Oth of this year, i at i p.m. Wednesday, April 3 I funeral arrangements will ho j 1972. in tiu Hillspring Council reserves 1he right to reject any or all lenders. Te rulers to bs lited at the County Glfice on or telcre S p.m. April 19, 1972. (Signed) W. R. rVfldill, Counly t( Lcthbridge Ho- 74 214 IJIh Slrfd Lelhfcridcje, Alfcerta, HAY REALTY LTD. COLLEGE MALI Phone 327-7975 or 327-7077 NETS PER YEAR Modern general slcrs with excellent living llvcilcck ancf plot lllG HillspHng CCIH- MfiF. Andrew, passed Martin Bros. Ltd., Duct away in Lethbritlgc on Vi'ednes- tors oE Funeral Service, was Jn dr.y, April 5, 1S72, at ago 63 i clinrge of tlte arrangcinetUs years. Ho came to Ciinada from Norway in 1925 and has resided iu llic Granum district cf the finest s all ches In But cJsn't let the small foot YOU. this an fee fl real v.-orklng u-nii, a querter secUcn ft prime a rail no lease plus a forestry fcr 400 1 its gceand of the late Mrs. Anna Magyar who died in the city Thursday, March 30. 1972, after i a brief illness at the age of 72 ,'ears, was said a.m. fucsday in the Assump t i o n Parish Church with Rev. Ste- i ihen Molnar officiatmg. Active )allbearcrs were John Marcin- accompanied by a ccriifiEd cheque, bank dralt, or Farm Credit Ccrpcr alien Ier 10 of the amount ot Ihe tender and 1h2 bala of ths purchase price shall bs paid SO days after accep- 'ance cf Ihe tenclc-r. ar- ar.gejnonfs are t-ntered The purchaser cf This properly must or any oiher parlicurars cr reprssen- tationi rr.ade verbally or In v.Titlng hV employees of 1hc Farm Credit Cor- poration. An offer lo purchase must be madfi on a fcrrn obtainable Ircm the Farm Credit Corporation c-n request to Jhe The dfpos.it of 10 per cent shall be forfeited by 1he successful tt-ndarer if he refuses to carry out purchase afler accep lanes of hi-, lender. Cheques cr iifiSucceiMul tenderers. shall te relumed to Ihem Immediate- ly after rejection Th? highesl or arfy tender nc1 accepr- fd AIT tenders ?hall te in sealed en- velope addressed lo Crtdil Cor- pr-ration, -ICO Chsncrry Hall, Edrnoa- ton 15, AILcrra, And mailed Tender A2B FREE ESTIMATES n recreaticn rooir.s, kitchens, bath- wmi or any type C1! residential re indelling. You are under rro obligo- ADVANCE LUMBER Co. lid. Cor. Ave. arid 13111 S1 i Phone PUBLIC NOTICE COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST. ALBERTA March J-f. 1972 5cafed fentfei-s win bs received by Uip sinned until p.m. M. 197? for Diesel Gaso- nr-s in I e marked: :R ON FUEL rucl And Oil separately and PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS NOTICE TO TENDER e.xclu rhnir combnt cheap charter flight fares and win back passengers. Other airlines r c s p o n cl c ti quickly (o Qantas' challenge. Pan American and BOAC an- nounced matching (ores within hours of the Qantas announce- ment March 30. Alitalia, Lufthansa, Philippine Airliues and Malaysia-Singapore Airlines have since joined and some have gone further than Qantas. The fare war started at Christmas last year when Qan- tas announced a economy return fare to London, com- pared to the former This was matched hy other air- lines. ve limlh ccnces- l.ale3 Provincial Park Trie shall scf out tna ing inforniolicn Ihe fcld- (Jcr's propcssl: fi) The rental oHtred fcr the year 197J; Cl) The dales on which ihp bidder inile.nds to and tltsc his season (3) Tho number of days pur v-'tfik lh.H ho will cpcrflter C4) Trie hours of cperalicn; (5) The type of concessions ancJ The iuLtcssfut lentlcrcr wilf have to supply his. o'.vn building or mobile oullct. Pov.fr is flvailahlo in ihe park lo arm rifle powar supply rrvajflllcn and coMi of te londerer's rcsponslhSIHv. Tho suc- litxi W-o Ihe park for Ihe period of lime during which he is operating flnd no campinn 'ets will applirnbto. The bidder musf submit hi-; tfinJET A certified or monny order payable a I par to fhc Provln- tender plus a S1.M perrni! (te. 7ha Jtndcr shall be c a 1 d, "Baolh fFcod) Chsin Lakes Provincial on Iho fn- velcpe and adrires'.fa Dtreclcr cf Parks, rJAlur Al Buildir.q, Tenders tenth- ir.q fhits offkc alter p.m. Friday, April 71, 1971, will not be aecepled for Ifir; competi'lon. The highest or any fender will not he accepted, ur.dT stoned. A of Parks Room Natural Rfiiturces Building Edmonioo 6, Alberta. Building permits dip CALGARY (CD During (lie first three months this year the city has issued building per- mits for construction valued at million. i The value of planned building j was down from million in j the same period last year hut the value of housin'' starts rose lo million from mil- lion. Apartment down lo SD construction was million from 13 Faburi, Lcthbridge, and brother, Angelini, Van- couver. Frierd and parishicn ers may meet for prayers, Sun- day, April 9 at p.m., from St. Frances de Sales Roman Catholic Church, High River. Requiem Mass will be cele- brated. Monday, April 10, at 13 a.m.. from St. Fraces de Sales. Interment in Higluvooc Cemetery. If desired, donations may be marie to the St. Fran- cis de Sales Building Fund care of Father F. Verbagen Higll River. SNODGRASS FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Chanrge of arrangements. 0568-8 SIRAY Passed away in the city on Wednesday, Apri 5. 1972, following a lengthy ill- ness, Mrs. Barbara Siray, at the age of 70 years, of Shaug- nessy, beloved wife of the late Mr. Andrew Siray. Born in Hun- gary in 1901, Iho late Mrs, Siray came lo Taher in 1925. She mr.v- ed to Sliaugnessy in 1S3S and has resided Ibere ever since. S.ic is survived hy three sons, Messrs. Louis Siray, Nobleford, Leslie Siray, Bfllcvnc, John Siray, Dawson Creek; eight grand children and one brother, Mr. Sieve Chonn of Dnnn- was cd by iur husband in ISM. Prayers will be said on Friday, (to-niglil) at p.m. in Mar- fin Bros. TRADITIONAL God alone knows how much I; ton Ltd. o[ Toromo. miss ycu. i remembered by her j loving husband, Domenico i Tedesco. Canada names 953M T> i OAS delegation j GO From St. V... Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER. YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name o[ the j Lethbridgc Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. FREE Spring Fashion Offer OTTAWA (CP) The firs! Choose one pattern free from Canadian delegation to the Ren- new Soring Summer Catalog, eral assembly of the Organiza- i All sizes! Send 50c INSTANT lion of American Slates was an-1 SEWING BOOK cut. fit. sew nounced today. I modern way. SI .00 NSTANT Attending the April 11-20 as- FASHION BOOK whal-to- sembly in Washington will be: wear answers. 51.00. Paul St. Pierre, parliamentary secrotarv to External Affairs MONTREAL (CP) Caua-! Sharp; A. J. dian Pacific Ltd. says in its an-1 lck- <-anaclian ambassador to nual report that better business conditions and improved opera- tions resulted in substantially higher company earnings in CP Rail was able to take ad- raTVn'cbar'ge 'cTthe arrange- vantage of an upswing in the ___.. economv in the last half of the ments. THANKS year to overcome the disap- pointing first half which was marked hy unusally severe win- ter weather, stoppages and a strike threat." MURRAY We would like The company reported March to thank our many friends for 53 ne[ earnings of million the kindness shown to us during our recent bereavement in the loss of onr mother and grand- mother, Mrs. Blanche Murray. Our special thanks to the doc- tiie Netherlands; M. N. Bow, director of the Latin American I division of external affairs; R. W. Showman, interim Canadian' permanent observer to the OAS; and S. E. Gcoch of the Latin American division. Canada was accredited Feb. 2 as a permanent observer lo the OAS. Missing plane ne earnings o mium if 1 or Si.Cl a share In 1971, com- WCCK lOUlHl pared with SG5.7 million or Ii7 cents in the nrcvious year. j ST. THOMAS, Ont. (CP) A Rail freight revenues werp 16-year-old girl today found th? up S50.G million or nine per wreckage of a missing Piper Cherokee aircraft in a tors and nurses at St. Mich- j _........................... ael's: to Rev. Crislield and Fa- "Although CP Air lias made seven miles west of here. All ther Field for their words of I nmj js continuing to make ex- four men aboard were dead, comfort and for the many flor- ilo riacisioll has I jjaresich of nearby al tributes and cards of sym- pathy. and Fred Keiver and family Adeline and Basil Evcrin and family. 956! .Soviet-Canadian dc pact to million and office building was only compared w i t h qujcm Mass will he celebrated million. on Saturday al a.m. in EDMONTON UP H, Patrick's Catholic Church. IN MEMOR1AMS ME-MORIUMS TEDESCO In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- mothsr, who passed away April 1 7, istsa. Her memory is our greatest1 (I ISOHS.SCO treasure In our hearts she will live, MOSCOW (AP) A Canadian forever. delegation led by James remembered by Grandy, deputy minister for in- Edith family. dustry and trade, is in Moscow to talks on renewal of the I Soviet-Canadian tracio agrce- been niEide lo add wide-bodied Shedden found three bodies in aircraft to its jet the re- the wreckage and one lying port added. j some distance from the impact "There appears to be lillle point. economic justification for these The single-engine plane was aircraft for the time being be- 1 piiolcd by Windsor teacher Tim- i cause of unused capacity in the othy Weatiierall, 26, and was airline industry at present." carrying Harold Derbyshire. 20. i Joe Cross, about 40, and Piuil Wilkinson, 20, all of Lcamins- It was missing on a flight j i early Wednesday from Brace- bridge to Windsor. Water hoard in the red TEDESCO In loving mem- A Canadian embassy official Meanwhile al Edmonton, ttio value of building permits is- sued during the first three months this year was almost .510 million more than the same with Rev. Father L. Viney O.M.I., c.'lcbrnnl. Inlcrmcnt will follow in the family plot, Mount Calvary scclion, Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends period in 1971. i may pay their respects at Mar- City planning department fi-1 nros. T R A D I TIONAL j gnrcs showed permits valued CHAPPIL, 812 3 Avenue S. ill S4I.77ii.S20 were issued dur- i (Courtesy parking at the rear: ing the first quarter of 1972 Of Chapel) phone 328-2301. I passed away April 7, 1969. Peaceful to thy rest dear mother. It is sweet to breathe thy name: In life we loved you dearly, In death we do the same. remcinliored by Al fred, Judy and family. not include fannch'.-in sales to the Soviet Union, which are negotiated hv the Canadian 'Board Add dash 'n' sniiish to scp- aratt's this new set. I POTHOLDEK J1FFVS! Ci'O- cl'iet join squnvcs for centre front. fur IB for bag. colors of 'kniitins: i'atli-rn 70M: HECiINA (CP) The Rask-1 bap, vest. atchowan Supply Hoard s v N y CENTS for pattern (no ;nid 3.3 cents for pattern for first-class ami special handling to has run up a deficit of Sl.ri mil- lion in its five years of opera- tion rtuiuii; i board's annual report I tabled in tiie legislature showed Ihe heaviest loss occurred last year when there was deficit of of lhat v.as Tho 1'rnclo'aprc.cmcnt. I U'rouRl, .Icprccialion ami inter- Toronto 1. l-'jont Slrert West i for subsequent po- compared with sued by the end of March last (Ors of Funeral Service! year. ADNITT In loving incinory riods since. There was no im- mediate indication how lonj: Ihe i opening round of talks would ilnst. The Soviet delegation is ted The current liabilities of million includes in ac- crued interest. S-I1S.OOC in sink- ing fund payments due and in due temporary ad- MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- a' dear wife, mother and Manzhulo, for- C1228 Lily Elizabeth minister. MIXLU) KEEI.IN'fiS STOCKHOLM fAP) An ex- perimental progi'am for dealing with drunks that substitutes "hotel-atmosphere" cells for typical jail accommodations has met with mixed success. A po- Enroll 24 Cubs NATAL (HNS) A special drunks were another third expressed ''posi- tive and the final I third demanded to be taken A1 i back to their old cells. Deaths Yesterday By TI1K CANADIAN PRESS Donlcvy, 71, Hollywood's movie tough lice report said a third of the gm. Of the 1930s, in hospital of i .1......i._ ....__ _____...., r Adnift who pr.ssofl awav April IMS Mrsic CISITIC 'left sweet memories lo WORCESTER. Mass. (API-. blossom i As pianist Richard Casper' evening for the Sparwnod Cub Bearin" fniit for years to i began his concert wilh a Hee- i Pack was held recently when rome. thoven sonata, the chattering of 21 cubs were enrolled along In the lives of those who lov- a liat high above his head ac-, with five leaders. cancer. Rev. Charles Edward Hiley, 89. dean emeri- tus of Ihe Anglican Diocese of law Lillian. Toronto. I ed you Precious memories of days that are gone. remembered by her husband Waller, Waller and famites and sister-in- companied the music. When Casper moved on to a Chopin piece, Ihe bat quit its accom- 0531 Scoutmaster Mike Paskovich conducted the investiture dur- ing which Gordon Jangula was paniment. A spokesman said invested as Akcla overtones of the as leaders were music apparer.tly touched the bat's elaborate sound wave sen- sory system. Betty Healherington, Carol Rae, Joan Thies and Helena Samsonoff, CM L ACT'S CAB1 F LOCATION SERVICE IN ADVANCE DIAL "0" (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 (toll free, of course) ;