Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
75 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND COOKS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 33 S 5MS. C1PM-M CONCRETE WORK FENCES OR GunranlEcd work. Free wtl- marts. Phone 328 7705 949B-4MY HOUSE REMODELLING AND REN- cvoKcns. In kitchen and biilhrocm cnblncls and Unisliing. Cab Incls built In my shop. Plione V, Oilh', Stirling, 7J4-3387. C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 3rd CM9-U FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, ofd basements dug, walcr prooMng. In- sured, frca cillmates, Phono 337-83B! WATERPROOFING, LEAKING BASE- MENTS, SWFA'.MING POOLS, ETC.? WLL GUARANTtE ALL LABOR, MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP. PHONF 3ja-030-1. 9936-19 BIRTH NIXEY Jim and Dot arc Iclightcd U> announce llic ar- rival of Troy Bvadlcy, born 12, 1972, weighing 9 Ills., 2 ozs. A brother for Daryl and ync. 139 FREE ESTIMATES On recreation roams, kllchins, ta th- rows or any lype ot residenllAl re. modelling. You under no obliga- tion. ADVANCE LUMBER Co. Ltd. Cor. 3fid Ave. and nih SI V Phone 32G-2301 PUBLIC NOTICES PROPERTY FOR SAIE ESTATE OF THt LATE GEORGE O. ROWE The following properties are clfpred Tcr sale fcy lender by Ihe undersigned Execulor subject to (he reslridicm In the existing Cerllficofes of Tide; Lot 11, Block: W. Plan LelhbrtJge municipally known as ?5S 131 h Street South, LeJhbrldge, Alberto. LOTS 73 ,ind 74, Block 132, Plan Lclh- brldga J15JS, municipally kriov.Ti BI 53-i Uth Slreef Soulh, LePhbrlrfge, Al- terta. Tenders In sealed enveldpn mark- td "Esfale and prcperly ad- dress" accompanied by certified cheque lor 10 per cenl or Ihe amount eH tender muil delivered lo Ihe Royel TrusT Company, 4lh Avenue South, Lelfi bridge, Afberfa by (we've o'clock noon, Wednesday, thi Mev, 1973. The highest or any lender will not necessarily be eccepled. Mr. Vr'iley or Twdd, 32B- IH6. The Royal Trust Company, lit) 4lh Avenue South, Lelhbrldge, Alberta Sole Expculor Lati George O. A-'O PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will te re- by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time on Fri- day, April 33, 1972, fcr the construe. Tien cf Ihe following work- (1) Highway IB, West of Fort Asslnl- twine lo Soulh of Moris River. Mile 0 01 lo Mile 13.00, Base Course, Approximate Quantities- Ifii.MO Tens of Gravel; JM.OQO Ten MHes Haul, (2) highway 1A, Calgary City Llmlls lo Cnesremcre Lake, Mile J.91 to Ml' 30. Grading and Alpha iric Ccncrele Base Pavpmenl, Approximate Quan- tities: 3-lD.C.cO Cubic Yards, Excava- tion; Tom ot Gravel (Contrac- tor's (3) Highway 3, Easl of Joussard High Prairie. Mile 14 42 (0 Mile 33.13 end Mile 2J.W lo Wile Highway Jcl. Hv.y. J to Jcuward Mile 0.00 lo Wile 1.14, Aa- ptiallfc Concrete Pavemenl, Approxt, male M.ooo Ton) ot Gra. vel; Ton MIPcu Haut. Ccolracf Speclficalicns may be obtained at Ihe oirice ol Ihe Chltl Construcllon Engineer, High ways Building, Edmonion. Alberta, 1hc cl- fTce of Ihe District Engineer, 1707- srxlh Srrrcr M.W., Calgary, Alberta, the office of trio Dislrlct Engineer Admlnlslrallon Bldg., Lelhbrltfge, Al t-erifl, and will available only to fndlvlduals registered and opera linn In Ihe Province of Alterla, w lo parl- nerships or corporaUons regislerei" end operaMnq In and who have es leblished a fixed place ci business Fi 1he Province cf AlMrla. A Deposit c T-.vsntf Five Dollars (W5 pay- able lo the Provincial Treasurer, wll be required lor each copy ol Ihe r fo- nrading projects T'A'enly-F ive Dollars Eaer bld must be ftccompnnipd by a marked cheque or bond equal fo lo per cerit ol Tender. Tendejs will be opened In pubtlc. The or aciy L. H. Deputy Minister ot and Transport. PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT REGIOr.'AL ECONOMIC EXPANSION ALBERTA HUWAN RESOURCES AUTHORITY Is a Canada .'Albcrla Region, euelopmenl Proiccl. Ms ccnslruclic financed loinlly the GovcrnmeL. f Canada. cf Reglcria under Ifie Allwrla Deparlfnenl ef Hioh and Tron.jcwrl. SEA1.FD TENDERS will be re Dy the umlcr signed up to o'clock A.M. standard Time en Thurs day, April 37, fa.- cwslruc tirxn of flte foUovvinp M) Proic-ct S. Cf V.'lllov miilely HO miles "N. oi V'AVE Mil? 111.71 lo iVil" 15'J3 Approrirnal( 1.U5.000 Cubic Yards tv. tavslion: 310.WO Cubic Yard Mllo- Gravel Contract and SpeclMcilIc-na may Dblalned at the cf thr Chle Cooslructrrvi Engineer. ays Building, Edmonlon, Alherla, The OF ot the Dilfrlcl 1707 SiKlh Street Calqary, Albtrla and Ihe of Ih? Dlslrlct Enol neer, Admljiisrralion Dldg Lethbridrie AltcHa, and v.'ill be avallahfc only to Individuals regfslered and operal in Ihe Provlrica cf Alberta, or lo tercd End oncralTng in and who ha esfablisMed A Fixixf place of business In ine Province cl Algeria. A depr.si ot Twenly-Fivr Dollars (SJS CC', Able la Provincial Treasurer, wll be required for ench copy ol Ihe Con tract And S pccHic.it ions Taken, an few qredlng projects profiles wUl b Martin, well- known funoral director and be- loved luishand of Mrs. Annie Martin of Sll 21st St. NT. who died in tho city Sunday, April 9, 1.972, al (he age ol 57 years, was held al p.m. Wednes- day in Southminstcr Unilccl Church with Rev. Dr. It. W. K. Elliot officiEting. Pallbearers were Ben Martin, ,lr., John Williams, Ralph Thrall. Jr., William IlainL, Don Walhoy and William Kprgan. Inlermcut was LP the family plol in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS KICIIIIOBN We would like, to express our sincere gratitude to all our friends who tolpcd m any way during our recent be- reavement. A special Lhanks to the pallbearers, Humphries Fu- neral Home; and the ladies of the for serving lunch. Eicbhorn and family. 151-18 MCSLli; I wish to extend rny sincere thanks and tion to Hie doctor, JIUTACS and stnff, for the wonderful care and attention I received while a patient in Border Counties Hospital, Milk Ilivcr. A big thank you to Reverend Dickie, friends and relatives, for visits, cards and gifts. Your kindness was most aDpreciatcd Mrs. Mac Leslie, Milk River, Alberta, 14 V C'LAHK We wish to ex- press our sincere Uianks to friends, neighbors, relatives, tho orclicslras, lodges, and jiLst everyone who helped make our dajure a tremendous success. Thank you all for tno generous donations of money, which will help so much Lo re- place our loss In the fire; Lho Barons Volunteer Fire De- pmimcnl; to those who sent clothes, gifts nnd helped in any way the night ct Ihc [ire. Thank you all. Find Charlotte Clsrk and family. 1-10 SPURN FLUORIDE EDMONTON' (CP) More lhan [our years of driving downtown to pick up water hasn't dampened the dedica- tion of this city's anlifkLorida- lionists. Between 60 and 70 peo- ple still get their water at the city treatment plant about usinp the special lap when (he same number who started fluoridation was introduced In 1M7. SPEMCE Passed away In (he cily on Friday, April 14, 1972. following a brief illness. Mr. James Leslie Spence, at the age of Bl years of 929 15 St. S., beloved husband of the late Mrs. Arvilla Spciice. Born in Peterborough, Ontario the late Mr. Spence moved lo Webb, Saskatchewan ia 1910 and operalod a Livery Stable for some lime, lie became a grain buyer and worked at Ihis until retiring lo Lefhbridgs in 1953. During the First World War he served with the Cana- dian Army. lie was prede- ceased by his loving wife in 1962 and is survived by two daughters. Mrs. J. (Audrey) Soknlifh, Davidson, Sask., Mrs. Vivian Christopherson, Cut Bank, Montana: four sons, George, Lcthliridge, Gordon, Winnipeg, Deanis, Calgary, Gerald, Lethbridgc; M grand- children; one great-grandchild; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Turn- er, Vancouver: two brolhcrs, Norman and Richard, both of Swift Current, Saskatchewan. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, April I Bib at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMOR- IAL CHAPEL, 70S 13 -St. N. with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi- elating. Interment will follow in Archmount Mcmori.il Gar- dens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors ot Funeral Service. C1359 Buy a specially equipped Chevelle Malibu andihe radio's free. Great features on the most popular Chevrolet models. DurinE Chevy's Sn.lc v.Tlucon the features you'd probably want anyway. Big lied Tnp value. Just compnrc Chevy's with oMVcr sales and Fora limited time only! Wagon Fans! FREE Bonus Roof Rack Instead of the Free AM radio yon Kol n roof rank. 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