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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 75 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND ODORS, NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG ING PHONE JONES ROOFING, 338 J74S. C1936-H CONCRETE WORK FENCES OR ij adages. Gunranleed work- Free ejtl- fnafes. Phone 32B-7S05, 94U-4MY HOUSE REMODELLING AND REN- CVGIJons. specializing In kitchen and biilhroom cabinets and Unishing. Cab- Inols built In my shop. Phone V, Oiihl, Stirling, 7J4-3387. C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Gravel leveling. Compaction equip- inenr. Concrete equipment. Corral cleaning. Prtona 32JJ-4765. 1410 2nd Ave- S. CM9-t( FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, ofd base men Is dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates, Phono MENTS, SWIMMING POOLS, ETC.? WLL GUARANTEE ALL LABOR, MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 3J6-080-1. 9934-19 FREE ESTIMATES On recreation rooms, kllchsns, tfl'h- riwroj or any type ol re modelling. You are under no obliga- tion. ADVANCE LUMBER Co. Ltd. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 13lh SI S. Phone 32B-3301 PUBLIC NOTICES ivth s, JLjea ihs, n Martin, wcH- ;nown funeral director and be- loved Iwsband of Mrs. Annie Martin of 511 21st St. N. who died in the city Sunday, April 9, 1972, at Hie age of 87 years, was held at p.m. Wednes- day in Southminster United Church with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliot officiating. Pallbearers were Ben Martin, Jr., John Williams, Ralph Thrall. Jr., William liaird, Don Walbey and William Kergan. Interment was ir the family plot in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS K1C1IIIORN We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all our friends who liclpcd in any way during our recent be- reavement, A special thanks to the pallbearers, Humphries Fu- neral Home; and the ladies of the community for serving lunch. Eiehborn and family. 151-18 UCSLIL; 1 wish (o extend my sincere thanks and apprecia- tion to the doctor, nurses and staff, for the wonderful care and attention I received while patient in Border Counties Hospital, Milk River. A big thank you to Kevererul Dickie; friends and relatives, for visits, cards and gifts. Your kindness was most appreciated, Mrs. Mac Leslie, Milk River, Alberta, W CLARK We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to friends, neighbors, relatives, tiie orchestras, lodges, organizations and just everyone who helped mr.kc our dance a tremendous success. Thrmk you all for the generous donations of money, which will help so much to re- place our loss In the fire; tfl the Barons Volunteer Fire De- pjirUncnt; to those who sent, clothes, gifts and helped in any way the night cf the fire. Thank VOLI all. and CharloUe Cterk and family. 1-10 SPURN FLUORIDE EDMONTON (CP) More lhan four years of driving downtown to pick up water hasn't dampened the dedica- tion of this city's anlifhiorida- tionists. Between 60 and 70 peo- ple still get their water at the city treatment plant about using ihe special tap when (he same number who started fluoridation was introduced in 1967. PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION ALBERTA HUMAN RESOURCES AUTHORITY Thil Is a Canada ,'Albcrla Regional Development Proiecl us construction K financed loihtly the Government Canada. Department cf Regional Authoriiy and tV carried out under the Allwrta Department ol High- ways and Transport SEALED TENDERS will be re- ceive-d by the undcrsir-ned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard Time en Thurs. day, April 27, to: construc- tion of the toliov.'inti wcrk: ll> Prolc-cf .'.2.17C-2. S. of V.'lllow n. ot LMond Creek (Approxi- mately Uj miles tl. ol Slave Wile to Approximate Cubic Yards ty- ceve-llon- Cubic Yard Miles Gravel HariK Contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office cf thn chief Construction Engineer. ays Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the of- lice of tne District Engineer, 1707- Sixlh street Calgary, Alberta, end the office of Ihe 'Dlllrlct Enql- neer, Administration Lethbridne Alberta, and vjill be available only to Individuals registered and operat- ing in the Province cf Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations regis- tered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business In Ihe Province cf Alberta. A deposit of Twenty.Five Dollars. J.5Y- able to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required tor each copy ol the Con- tract and Spedfic.i1ior.s taken, and for grading prolects profiles will supplied upon a further deposit Twenty- Five Dollars Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10 per cent public. The lov.-esf or any Tender not necessarily accented. L. K. Minister of Highwayl and Transport. MANY KINDS About 500 kinds of sea bass live in the oceans around the world. SPENCE Passed away In Ihe city on Friday, April 14 1072. following a brief illness Mr. James Leslif Spence, at th< age of 81 years o 929 15 St. S., beloved husbane of the late Mrs. ArviJla Spence Born in Peterborough, Ontarii the late Mr. Spence moved i Webb, Saskatchewan in 191 and operated a Livery for some time. He became a grain buyer and worked at this until retiring lo Lethbridge in 1953. During the First World War he served with the Cana- dian Army. He was prede- ceased by his loving wife in 1962 and is survived by two daughters. Mrs. J. (Audrey) Seknlich, Davidson, Sask., Mrs. Vivian Christopherson, Cut Bank, Montana: four sons, George, Lethbridge, Gordon, Winnipeg, Dennis, Calgary, Gerald, 14 grand- children; one great-grandchild; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Turn- er, Vancouver: two brothers, Norman and Richard, both of Swift Current, Saskatchewan. The funeral service will bo held on Tuesday, April 18lh at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMOR- IAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gar- dens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors ot Funeral Service. C1359 Great features on the most popular Chevrolet models, During Chevy's Stile value on the features 5'ou'd want anyway. Big lied Tag value. Just compote Chevy's Sate with oth'cr sales and .BUVC! Buy a specially equipped and the radio's free. Fora limited time only! O X Wagon B'ans! FREE Bonus Roof Rack Instead of the Free AM radio yon fid a roof rack. 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