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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, April 7, 1973 PUBLIC NOTICESiPUBLIC NOTICES COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA Vurcn 30, tenders will be received by unt I 4-30 pm Won dav Ajnl lo, 1W3 for car, truck am? g-iOer and tubes vc da'e for successful ear. Approximate requirements envelopes to be clearly marked "Tender on For de'alled list of requirements Lontact tie County of Forty Wile No 8 at Formoit 847-3530, or Municipal supervisor Heck, at Foremost 7 lie lowest or tender not ncces- idrily accepted. Roy R. Wall-ran Secretary-Treasurer. A10 TOWN OF COALDALE LOT FOR SALE BY TENDER Tenders will received until 3pm. Monday, April 9, 1973 tor- Lot 2, Block 18, Plan 5703 HJ In the Town of Coaldsle. Size S2 x 137.6 feet. A conditional Land Sales agree- ment shall be entered 'nto with suc- cessful tenderer. Highest or any bid. der not necessarily accepted Terms: Cash Deposit must accompany tender. TOWN OF COALDALE Box >70 A31 Singer again balks at paying taxes SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Singer Joan Baez will refuse to pay part of her federal in- come taxes again this year to protest military spending even though American troops have left Vietnam, her business man- ager says. a pacifist and she's al- ways protested the amount spent on Roy Kepler said here. W W 9f W V1 W 9 HOUSE FOR SALE Sealed tenders, cleirly marked "House will be received by the undersigned up to 4 30 p m. Friday, April 13, 1973, fcr the purchase of property and building situated In Lund- breck, Alberta, and legally described as Lots 14 to 16 Inclusive, in Block t, Plan Lundbreck 2177S; commonly known as the Almond House. A certified cheque, payable to the Tenders for the supply of the follow- Pincher Creek School Division No, 29, BIRTH HUK Mr. and Mrs. Steve iHuk (nee Tania Koreshenkpv) wi i f cr i are pleased to announce the birth I IV-CO of a son) March 31, 1973 in COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO, 26 TENDER NOTICE tng herbicides are hereby Invited: (1) 20-45 gallon drurrs Amine 96 02. acid per gallon or equivalent (2) 10-45 gallon drums of 2-4-D Lo- Volatile 96 cz. acid per gallon cr equivalent individuals registered and operating in the Province cf Alberta, or to partner- snics cr ccTDoratlons registered ard operat'-q in and who have established a fixed place cf business in the Prov- ;ncs cf Aicerta. A deposit cf Twenty- Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required NOTICE TO CREDITORS' AND CLAIMANTS j In the Estate of FANNY HALL, late I of City of Lethbridge, In the Prov-1 Inca cf Alberta, Widow, Deceased, who died on the 14th day of ;AD. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that ell persons hav-1 I Ing claims upon the estate of the above i must file with the undersigned j solicitors by the 7th day of May, j A D. 1W3, a full statement of their i claims aid of securities held by them. i IVES, OFFET CARLTON Barristers and Solicitors P.O. Box 728 324 7 Street South Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Administrator AJ4 JAMIESON Thursday, persons hav- j April 5 1973, Mr. Peter Jamie- rf the son, aged 69 years, passed away suddenly at his home, 3903" 23 Ave. S.W., Calgary, be- loved husband of the late Mrs. I Grace Jamieson who passed away on July 30. 1970 and fath- er of Mr. Peter Colin Jamieson 1 i of Toronto, Ont, Mrs. Barry E TO CREDITORS I ing claims upon the es above named must file with the under- signed solicitors by the 14th day of May A.D. 1973 a full statement of their claim and of securities held by them. VIRTUE AND COMPANY Barristers and Solicitors 106 McFarland Building Lsthbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executor six grandchildren, Bonnie AND CLAIMANTS May, Shannon Lee, Lori Ann SURROGATE COURT'Corns- and and Pamela Terry Jamieson and grandson, Peter C a m e r on Jamieson. He is also survived by one brother, Eric Jamieson, LYSLE MULHOLLAND late of' the i Parksville, B.C. and one sister, 'on 'thl Gentleman, Lett, of March, AD. 1973 bridge, Alberta. Services at THE GARDEN CHAPEL (FOB- above named nusf file with the under- ter Funeral 340 16 Ave. OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF HILDA ANNE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE i IN THE ESTATE OF ROWLAND I SWALLOW, late, of Chapeltown, York- I shire, England and subsequently of i Del Boni4a, in the Province of Alberta, i who died on the 29th day of Novem- ber, A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersign- H I g ays ed fay the 5th day of May, 1973, a full the office I statement of their claims and cf sec-' claims and of securities held by them. RICE, MACLEAN, BABKI AND EVANS 903 3rd Avenue South, Lethbridge, Alberta, j Solicitors for the Executors. 1 A30 i p.m., Rev. G. Firth of Knox Presbyterian Church officiating. Interment Queen's Park, Calgary. C8582 the beautiful flowers I received while a patient in the General Hospital, Calgary. They were all very much appreciated. Fraser. 114 KARDASH Karen and tjhe Kardasfa family would like to thank the doctors and nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospital and the Haig Clinic for their excellent and patient care during her stay in hospital. Thanks also to those who sent flowers .cards or visited. They were much ap- preciated. Kardash family. 115 urities held by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors SOI Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Sol'cifcrs for the Executcrs THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY INVITATION TO TENDER TENDERS FOR GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF SOUTH-WESTERN ALBERTA REGIONAL HOSPITAL LAUNDRY LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to The Chair- man of the Board, Lethbridge Gen- eral and Auxiliarv Hospital and Nurs- ing Home District No. 45, will be re- ceived at the office of Admini- strator, Lethbridge Municipal Hospi- tal, 9th Avenue and 13th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta, up to two o'clock TENDERS FOR WATER STORAGE RESERVOIR p.m. Mountain d Time, nesday, April 25th, 1573 Wed- terxiers wil be received by the j i ender documents are available from the architects Robins South. con- ._ tractors and mechanical and electri. E. .VcCu-.s, Dspi.'v .Vn.iier c- Highways ord Transport. PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION BRANCH I supply of all plant, labour and materials far ttr construction of a one million gallon einforced ccncrste water stor- age r. v.-ith interconnecting pipe- j wo'k and associated rnenholes. i plans and specifications may be viewed in ire Rsqina, SasVatccn, Swift C'j'rs-.t and Hat Offices cf 1 tf-e local Builders' Exchange cr Con- Association. Plcns, specifications. Instructions i fcrcis fcr bidding rr-ay be ototai-ied fryi undersigned at his office in upon oe- of dollars (J25.-X) cash y a cheque for arroun'. '3 Receiver General cf documents will be displayed at Con- Struction Association Offices In Ueth- bridge. Calaary and Edmonton. Tenders shall be submitted in accord- ance with rules of the Alberta Bid Depository, through the Lethbridce Branch, at 1351 3rd Avenue South, amended as per General Instructions. Each tender must be accompanied by either fa) a Certified Cheque or bid bond In the amount cf or 8 bid bond in the amount of 10 per cent of the tender. Certified cheques ere to be made payable to the Lethbridse Hcsp'tal District No. 65. THE LOWEST Of! ANY TENDER BAHLER Passed away suddenly in Picture Butte, Wed- nesday. April 4th, 1973, Mr. John Bahler, at the age of 50 years of Picture Butte. Born and raised in Leth- bridge, the late Mr. Bahler served overseas for four years d'jrin" the Seccod World War. Upon his discharge he farmed at Bow Island, moving to Pic- ture Butte in 1955 and was em- ployed at the Picture Butte Sug- ar Factory at the time of his passing. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion. He is survived bv a sister, Mrs. G. 0. (Pauline) Scott. Leth- bridge, and four brothers, Adolph, Stettler, Sam, Red Deer, Edward, Picture Butte, and Fred, Lethbridge. The fu- neral service will be held Mon- day at p.m. Bros. MEMORIAL in Martin CHAPEL, HEGLAND We w5sh to express our thanks to our many friends, relatives and neighbors who sent flowers, cards and helped in any way during our recent bereavement. Our thanks also to the staff of the South- land Nursing Home and the Green Acres Lodge. Our spe- cial thanks to Mrs. Leora Ness, matron of the Green Acres Lodge. and Mary and family. Gus and Lilly and family, Audrie and Harold and family. 154 ORICH We wish to express our most sincere thanks to the many friends and relatives for all the beautiful floral tributes, cards of sympathy, Mass cards, contributicns of food and to the ones that came to the funeral that were from out of town, and to all those who helped in any way during our sad bereave- ment in the passing of cur dear brother, uncle and great uncle: Matt Orich. Special thanks to the doctors and staff of tha Bigelow- Fowler Clinic and the nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital. Thanks to the pallbearers, Rev. 703 13th St. N., with Rev. A.; Father James A. Carroll, ladies Baldeo officiating. Interment l the Eagles and Martin Bros, will follow in the Also special thanks to the Memorial Gardens. MARTIN members of the A.N.A.F. for BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- the sen-ice they gave at the ADNITT In loving mem- ory of a cear wife, mother and grandmother, Lily Elizabeth Adnitt, who passed away April 7, 1953. Silent thoughts, memories dear, As it dawns another year. loved and remem- bered by her husband Wal- ter, Nin, Walter and fami- lies and sister-in-law Lillian. 119 TEDESCO In lovirg mem- ory of a dear member and grand- mother, Isabella, who passed away April Her life was a long sweet story, That ended as it had begun. With love and faith and charity, For all; and malice for not one. remembered and sadly missed by Alfred, Judy IN MEMORIAM CARD In loving memory of a dear mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Katie W. Card, who passed away April 7, 1972. --Just a prayer from those who loved you, Just a memory fond and true, In our hearts you will live forever, Because we thought the world of you. missed and lovingly remembered by daughters, Alice and Vivian and fami- lies; sons, Harold and Booth and families. 120 and family. 118 ROWLAND In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and father, Joseph T. P. Rowland, who passed away April 8, 1970. Three lonely years have passed away Since our great sorrow fell The shock we received that day We still remember well Our hearts still ache with sadness Our secret tears still flow For what it meant to lose you, Joe No one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely And everything goes wrong We seem to hear you whisper, dear, "Cheer up and carry on." loved and sadly missed by your loving wife, Beatrice and daughter, Noreen. 153 neral Service. 'o- Hio-vsy 1. "of ftp-1 of fslio 5'ier tenders have closed. Tti-! des v i'l not be unlass i or tie forn supplied and in acco'da-ice W. cf Bassano J'e 2i.n 1 We 35.55 WT's co CO Oua" K, P'O OH) V 27. HI.J n to E. Vc OM 4o C-ai'-'ng ;45c' of LV IS 86 9nd Tenders 4y 4h; be ac- y any accco'cd. HSil Pea IS BO -g C-e.-el TENDER UNDERGROUND CONDUIT INSTALLATION V. 5 Sca'cJ Tenders -rarkcd "Cortrart C'lic' tnfl must be Bui'smg l at the office cf the General Mai-siser. Altierta Tc'e- 1007f. 100 Street. 31st flsxr. ADDITION TO ST. JOSEPH'S ELEMENTARY JUNIOR HIGH lDr- S1-- ra r 32 '7 4o Cui1- Bu 'ce if n cer, K A'-'g. ier. "7D7 HJ.J 1773 SCHOOL COAIDAIE. AlBtRTA TENDER CALL te >ed ty c" ce 1s" S "v, Po-nai cL -IT'S V.'od-s: lit' I LUGOS John, formerly of Raymond, away in Cal- 1 gary a illness j on "Friday, April 6ih, 1973 at the ase of 64 years. Mr. Lucos born in Hungary on De- cember 31st, 190S. He csms to Canada a second time in 1231 to Raymond. He served in the Armed Forces in the Second cemetery. TOank you all, and; H -lay God Bless You All. and Peuna; Angdena, Lloyd and Darren: Aaron, Lcrrains, Delaine and Ryan. 143 TEDESCO In loving mem- ory of a dear wife and mcther, Isabella Tedesco. who passed away April 7, 1SS9. God aCone knows how much I miss you. remembered b y loving husband Domenico, Michael, Ethel. Alfred, Judy and grandchildren. H7 Soccer results LONDON (AP) Results of Saturday's Old Country soccer games: ENGLISH CUP Semi-final Siindarland 2 Arsenal 1 Leeds 1 Wolverhampton 0 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Birmingham 2 Liverpool l Stocke City 3 Chelsea 1 Everton 2 Coventry 0 Ipswich 1 Man City 1 Man United 1 Norwich 0 West Ham 2 Newcastle 1 Sheffield U 2 Crystal P 0 Southampton 2 Tottenham l West Brom 1 Leicester 0 Division II Bristol C 4 Carlisle 1 Cardiff 1 Swindon 1 Aston 2 Hull 1 Luton 1 Fulham 0 Middlesbrough 1 Brighton 1 Millwall 2 Sheffield W 1 Orient 3 Notts F 0 Oxford 2 Queen's P 0 Portsmouth 1 Blackpool 0 Preston 0 Huddersfield 0 Division III Bolton 1 Watford 1 Bournemouth 2 Oldman 0 Shrewsbury 2 Brentford 1 Halifax 2 Blackburn 2 No.ts C 4 Grimsby 0 Part Vale 3 Charlton 1 Rotterham 1 Rochdale 0 Bristol R 2 Scunthorpe 0 Walsall 3 Chesterfield 2 Wrexham 1 Swansea 0 Division IV Crewe 2 Bury l Doncaster 2 Hartlepools 1 Hereford 2 Newport 0 Lincoln 2 Bradford 1 Aldershot 2 Northampton 0 Peterborough 1 Darlington 1 Reading 2 Mansfield 0 Workington 2 Southporf 0 Scottish Cup Semi-Final Celtic 0 Dundee 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Aberdeen 5 Airdrieonians 1 Ayr 3 St. Johnstone 1 Dundee 1 Arbroath 1 Falkirk 1 Hibernian 0 Hearts 0 Rangers 1 Motherwell 3 Morton 0 Partick 1 Kilmarnock 1 Division II Alloa 4 Hamilton 0 Berwick 1 Dunfermline 1 Clydebank 4 Stranraer 2 Cowdenbeath 1 Clyde 1 Forfar 2 Brechin i Monlrose 3 E Stirling 5 Queen of S 0 Stirling 0 St. Mirren 3 Raith 1 Irish League Linfield 1 BangDr 0 Crusaders 2 Ards 1 Portadown 3 Larne 2 Grlcnavcn 3 Cliftonvil'e 0 Coleraine 3 Glentoran 1 Pioneer spacecraft sends data PASADENA, Calif. (AP) With a good start on its way toward Jupiter, the Pioneer 11 space craft has begun collect- ing data on radiation and other phenomena closer to earth. The 570 pound craft streak- ed past the orbit of the moon Friday and started taking measurements of the Van Allen radiation belt that circles the earth. Measurement of radiation Is an important function of the mission because Pioneer 11 will encounter radiation near Jupiter that scientists believe may be hazardous to space- craft. "Everything is working just fine." said a National Aero- nautics and Space Administra- tion NASA official. Pioneer 11 was launched Thursday night from Cap Kennedy, Fla.; and after it en- tered its cruise position, NASA scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratories here took con- trol. Like its immediate prede- cessor, Pioneer 10, the new craft is intended to study Jupiter's cloud covered sur- face to determine whether con- ditions necessary for life as mown on earth are present. Pioneer 10, launched more than a year ago, will reach the idcinity of Jupiter in Decem- Der. Pioneer 11 is exoected to omplete that 620 million-mile journey by a year from De- cember. If all goes well, tte new craft may then use accelera- tion from the giant planet's gravitational field to pick up speed and travel toward Sat- urn. I Canadian doctors honored LONDON (CP) Several Ca- nadian general practitioners were honored by the Royal Col- lege of Family Physicians (RCFP) at a congress on fam- ily medicine. Dr. Donald Rice of Halifax, was made an executive director of the Foundation Council Award, an horir given by the college for exceptional service in field of general practice. Honorary fellowship o f the RCFP was awarded to Dr. Wil- liam Falk of Victoria for his re- search into general practice, es- pecially in the field cf erized data in family medicine. Dr. Falk is en gaged in the standardization of codes for data in general practice. RECEIVES FELLOWSHIP Also awarded an honorary fellowship was Dr. Bruce Halli- day cf Tavistock, Ont., an ex- pert in anesthetics and member of numerous Canadian govern- ment commissions dealing with community health. Prince Philip, as president of the college, presented the hon- ors to the Canadian doctors. He also was made an honorary member cf the College of Fam- ily Physicians of Canada ICE FALLS FROM VOLCANO SANTIAGO (Reuter) gi- gantic block of ice broke off the slopes of an erupting volcano in i Chile Thursday and crashed down on farmlands, crushing trees, killing about 1.500 cattle i and horses and leaving five per- j sors feared dead. The long-dor- mant. snow-capped volcano, 1 Mount Hudson, in Aisen prov- ince SOO miles south of here, i erupted early Thursday. and W3, __. T TT Wwld War. He came back to TO p-ccasi 'SOT- Calgarv and worked at carpen- 6y AC-.TI o- ey j cf ccndylt !He en 1500 IB. a isr Ju-tnr McQUILL.AN Worts can- not express the desp gratitude feel towards our relatives, many friends and acquain- tances; Jim's co-workers and the board of Uw Barons Eureka Health Unit and whcna He was a real handyman' he came in contact with in the and cwuM do almost anything.' diurch and many organizations He also Iwcd nature and the he krved so dearly. We espcc- outdoes. He in Cal-' want U> thank Dsrek and gaiy until the lime of his pass-' Leslie Martin for their concern. 1 ing. He is s-onivod by one sis- j also Rev. Ron Johnstone and Mrs. Margaret Fraser of Rev. Albert BaWco for the con- Siberia "ie Bu i 11 rifl-s are aveilible ma v i to VI T'-'j n Ennl- 01 n be y end i-f.t; 5hs1l 15 T973 ob'ained A3- Raymond, one" step sister, j solaiion and prajTrs, the pall- Mrs. Mary Cartwtignt of Ed- Lorcne and Jirtie and minion, one sten brother; the choir which he always ap- lAiqc1; Tif Ed-nmnton and i prcciaitcd, Itop U.C.W. for the niece? and nephc-ws. hnjch providfd atid all those scrriccs will be held who sent food and helped in so TJiymond 2nd Ward'many ways; tine beautiful ilor- en Mfwiay. al triirules. donatJons v h TJJ I na v '1 the P S C-." A -I- 1" .-j' 2 p ra with EMer n offiriatanp. Irrter- in ifx" Tem- Pf- ttr r> Jv f -J 't; to the Heart Fund and other worthy causes. The many letters and -.T! f-rVlixv m Gv Tem- cards that have helped ws prcai- llill Friends ly in ihe siiddcn of oar may mcX ihc family and pay i dear husband, dad U-rir ra-ppets from J p.jn. I pa. God bless you all. The con- pTTrr to the m tne ocrn of others will never be forgotten. FTTCERM, HOME Bob, Margaret and LTD. Directors of Funeral fanulie6. Service. C8584 177 'BUY OF THE WEEK' ASTRO REALTY 328-7748 3 bedroom bungalow, close to schools. In lovely condrtion, landscaping indudw, oppfo tree, plum free 2 cedan, 3 pines, mountain osn ond 2 crab cipplw Srcei. priced Exciusrvf TO CAll AUCI HAHN 327-3708 DICK JOHNSON 327-0339 VERNA COLITIS 327-6697 JOHN PENNER 328-6523 (On Holidays) ;