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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 63 MUSIC PETS AND IIOLOBOFF Passed away at Taber on Thursday, August 12, 1971, Helen of Vauxhall, at Uie age of 81 years. Funeral service will be conducted from Humphries Funeral Chapel, Taber, Monday, August 16 at 2 p.m., with Mr. Robert Whiflock officiating. Interment will follow in Vauxhall Cemetery. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL CHAPEL, Taber, Is in charge. JUeatlts, JuntvcAs, Or I Q OY J kacnks, PIANO AND THEORY LESSONS 72S IB SI. S. Phone REGISTERED MINIATURE -Jachshunds, 836 7th St. I. after ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 Fhe following applkallons for permlls have been approved by lie Municipal Planning Commission on August 11, 971: 71-617 Ginger Bread Houso Sealed lenders for construction of S basements at various location! on ha Blood Reserve will received ;p to 2 p m. M5T August 24 al Ihe lood Band Admlnlslrallon Office at ardslon, Alberla. Plans and speclfl-atlons can he picked up nt the Blood Band Administration Office or the lood Peigan Dlstrlcl Office, 204 Fed-ral Building, Lefhbrldge, PIANO TEACHER REQUIRES PUPILS. 9S9 19 St, S. or phonn GIVING AWAY HOU5E-ra ncd kitten. Thren months, male. H7-2B4B, 712 9th Ave. S. EXPERIENCED MUSIC TEACHER riflulres Bludsnll, 435 SI. C N. Phcne 327-1J08. KITTENS NEED HOMES. broke. Phone PIANO AND ORGAN LESSONS, IN your home. Modern or classical BE GIVEN AWAY FOUR SIX-veek-old kittens. House broke. Also jood home for mother cat and Iliree nonlh old female. Phone PIANO AND ORGAN LESSONS Classical Grsduale of B.Y.U. music. 234 Dieppe Blvd. 32B-3140. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF ARTHUR GEORGF BAALIAA, late of Lelh-iridge, In the Province of Alberla, who died on the 19th day of April, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all person! hav-ng claims upon Ihe cslate of the above named must flls wllh the undersigned Sollcilors by 20lh day of BEREZNICKI -Passed awav in the city on Frl-ay, August 13, 1971, Mrs. rracft Bereaiicki, (Orich) at le age Of 73 years, beloved vile of Mr. Nick Bereznicki of 811 8 Avenue N. Funeral ar-angementa will be announced when completed. MARTIN iROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. OF THANKS KENNEY We would lite to sxpress sincere thanks to those ivho sent flowers and cards dur-ng our recent bereavement. Kenney family. MEMORIAMS BUSINESS at Foreslry Aven-je. 71-iIi F. Dueschle to a home occupallon office for a genera contractor at 7606 11 Avenue Norlh. 71-657 Mobile Homes Bnd Furnll to eslobllsh relo furniture SB ES and sales lot for mobile homes nl 13 Street Norlh. Any person affected by tho laid decision may appeal such decision to the jtveiupii'icMi ApjJBBi Guni'u by uciiver-ng either personally or by Registered Mai, stalement of the grounds of appeal lo reach fhe Office of the C ty Clerk In the Clly Ha not later than August 25, 1571, T. KANASHIRO Development Officer In loving mun-ory of a dear husband, Charlei Ashlin Outforth, who passed away on August 15, 1970. I sit alone and think of you, And think of how you died, Every day I long for you, And every day I've cried. No one knows my sorrow, There are few who mt weep, I shed my tenrs with idling heart. While others are asleep. And soon on earth God's powff, Will establish Kingdom rule, I'D wait and pray for that great day, to be again with you. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Irene. 7646 65 LOST AND LOST ENGAGEMENT RING, JULY 27 al Pincher Creek or Lelhbrldgs. Reward. Phone .127-Sioo. RESTAURANT BUSINESS. thicken broasler for sale Bought eporalely or wllh business, I'fione 25-6909 or 8 a.m.-ll bridge Communlly Collene, dark brown Burmese cal. Reward Is offered. 318-4017. SEAT THEATRE ALL STEEL beam Buller building, built at co5i. Revenue renidi beauty shop and bachelor sulle. All thealre equ pmenl In lop shape and In full operation. Sacrifice pice Owner relocflled. Phone 733-J530, Plclure Butle. 41 72-1 A D 1971, a full stalemcnl of Iheir clnlma o.nd of securities held ly them, iol Canada Trust Building Lethbrldge, Alberts Sollcilors for Exarrfuri. I wish to thank the doctors of Haig Clinic and staffs of the third nnd fourth floors of the Lethbridge Mimic-pal Hospital, for their care; to riends for their kindnesses tc me while a 66 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wllh a drinking problem. Phone 327-8049 or :2S-3I46, alter TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate Of HARRIET PREECE, ale of New Daylon, in Ihe Province of Alberla, Widow, who died on the 3rd day of July, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon the estate of the above named musl file with Ihe under-gned solicitors by the 15th day of Seplember, A.D 1971 a full slatemenl o their claims and all securities held >y them. VIRTUE COMPANY Barristers and Solicitors, IDS McFarland Building, Lelhbrldge, Alberta. Sollcilors for the Passed away FREEZE In prosperous tile (own not far from Lcthbrldcje. A nice little home at bacK provides he owner with living quarters a real good return on your money. Phone Birdie Schmltt 327-3B7? SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. Phone 328-3331 city on Saturday, August 15, 971, Mrs. Ona Bruzga, at DIVORCE S69 DO IT YOURSELF. J14-129B W-10, Vancouver, B.C. 738-1731. Passed away In the city on Thursday, of 67 years, beloved wife of Mr. Joseph Bruzga of 920 Jtafford Drive. Funeral ar-angements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. SANDBEHG I wish to my sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses of St. Michaels Hospital for the wonderful care given me while I was a palient there. Also thanks to all my relations and friends who sent flowers, gills, cards, and Lo all those who visited me. Sandberg. X1985 CALLIHOO I would like Lo thank all the friends for the flowers, gifts, cards and fruit I received while at the St. Michael's Hospital in Lethbridge. I lhank my doctors and nurses for all the care they gave me. Thank you Mrs. Lottie Callihoo BAHA'IS OF LETHBRIDGE f-OR Information regarding discussion croups, Inquiries, Illera'ure, phone 317-7541. DEPT. 1971, following a legnthy illness, Mrs. Aice Cecelia Palmer, at the age of 89 years, of Stavely, beloved wife of the late Vlr. Lews Edwin Palmer. The iineral service will be held at p.m. on Monday, August 15, in MARTIN BROS. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Interment will follow at p.rc. in the Stavely Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at MARTIN BROS. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, phone 32B-2J61. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. C6231 WILSON William of Coleman, passed away in Crowsnest Pass Hospital on Thursday, August 12, 1971, at age 66 years. Born in Stirlingshire, Scotland on March 1, 1905 and came lo Canada in 1921, selling in Lethbridge and in 1923, moved to Coleman where he resided since. Married Elsie Garner in Calgary, December 1933. Employed by the Coleman Collieer-es and worked there until retiring in 1962, due to ill health. He was a member of the U.M.W.A and Masonic Order. Prede ceased by one brother Arthvj in 1928, his father in 1951 and mother in 1952. all in Coleman Survivors include his wife Elsie of Coleman; two sns, Donald, Calgary, Gordon of Edmonton; one sister Mrs. P (Annie) Toinson, Port Angeles Washington; three .brothers James, Lelhbridge, Adam, Cal gary and Robert of Victoria two grandchildren. Funera Services were held in Fantin's Coleman Chapel on Saturday August 14 at p.m. with in ferment following in the Cole man Cemetery. The family is sympathetic to the Dr. E. Aiello Memorial Fund. Donations may be ser.t to the fund care of Crowsnest Pass Hospital Blairmore, marking donations "In Memory of William Wil FANTIN CHAPELS LTD. is in charge. C623I (Kubica) Annie beloved wife of Frank Henrie of Coleman, passed away on Thursday, August 12, 1971, 2 age Gl years. Born in Wilko-wice, Poland, July 21, 1910, she moved to Canada in 1914 to Bankhead, Alberta and in 192 moved to Coleman where she has resided since. She marriex Frank Henriet in Coleman in 1926. Predeceased by her fath er in 1952, two brothers, Mor row in 1951 Walter in 1959 and one sister Helen, all in Coleman. Survivors include he husband Frank of Coleman one son I-ieon and a danghte Mrs. A. (Helen) Wasnbck, both of Sparwood, B.C.; her mother Theresa Kubica of Coleman five grandchildren; one great grandchild; two brothers, Mik and Alois of Coleman; one siste Mrs. A. G. (Pauline) Marcia of Blairmore. Prayers will be said in the Holy Spirit Catholi Church, Coleman on Sunday August 15, at 8 p.m. Requien Mass will be celebrated in th Catholic Church, Coleman o Monday, August 16, at a.m. Inlerment will follow in the Coleman Catholic Ceme ten1. In lieu of Itavers, person wlro wish may donate to th Pr. E. Aiello Memorial Funr care nf Crowsnest Pass Hosp lal. Blairmore, marking dona lions "In Memory of Anni FANTTN' CHAPELS LTD., is in HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be. received by the undersigned up to 11 o'c ock A.M. Standard Time on Wednesday, August 25, 1971, for the consfruclion of he following work: Highway 49, S. of Belloy to E. of Rycroft, Mile 4J.66 to Mile 57.68, Asphallic Concrdc Pavement and Other Work, Highway 49, W. of Blueberry Corner to E. ol Gordonda e, Mi e 87.69 to Mile 93 69, Asphaltic Concrete Base-Pavement, and Other work. Approximate Quantities Tons of Gravel Ton Miles Haul Contracl and Specif cations may be oblained al Ihe olllce of Ihe Chief Conslrucllon Engineer, H 1 g h w a y s Bu ding, Edmonton, Alberla, Ihe office of Ihe Dislricl Engineer, 1707 6 Streel, N.W., Calgary. A berta, and Ihe office of Ihe District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbrldge, Alberla, and will be available only lo individuals regislerod and operaling n Ihe Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporalions registered and operat ng In Ihe Prov nee of Alberta. A deposll of twenty- Five Dollars payable )o the MESSENGER INFORMATION FOR communlly. Phone 32B-9229. Office hours 10 a m. fo B FOR SALE OWNER RETIRING Holel and Cafe In very oroducllve qraln farming dlslrlct. Good beer saies. Cafe leased out. Terms Vi cash. Balance monthly ar eight per cent. Possession 30 days. Conlact Glen Glbh, Phone 757-3B20; Gibbs Realty, Evenings, 757-3697, Box ]0, Barons. ROTTI Funeral service for tlrs. Carolina Roth, native daughter of Russia who settled D the Etzikom area in 1916 and who died in the city Monday, Aug. 9, 1971, at the age of 81 years, was held at p.m. Friday, Aug. 13, 1971, in the Christensen Chapel with Rev. 1. E. Eskdale officiating. Pallbearers were Arnold and Ronnie Lumley, Bill and Jim Wutzke, Melvin and Bill Roth. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Charles Ashlin Cutforth, who passed away August 15, 1970. A heart of gold stopped beating, Hard working hands at rest, Our hearts were broken to to us That our, Dad was the best. The leaves and flowers may wither, The golden sun may set, But Ihe hearts that loved so dearly, Are the ones who won't forget. Cheryl and BUlie Harrington 7644 ADDRESS LABELS Deluxe Gold Trimmed Gummed .Labels printed wllh your name and address Only S2. Allow 30 days for delivery. Box 7272, Poslal Stalion Calgary. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In fhe Estate of Mary Daisy Freed, late of the Cily of Lethbridge, In Ihe Province of Alberta, who died on tha 2nd day of Augusl, A.D. 1971. Take Nolice thai all persons FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX B61, LETH-BRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE CAROL, 328-7871, SHIRLEY, 327-0252. 5-171 IS BIG BUSINESS Porl-lime he vending Induslry has grown sleadl-t every year, ennbllng increasing cllar returns lor your minimum work murs per week. Canadian products. Vending location secured in your ASK ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAN Only S15.00 per month Renl applies lo purchase price New or used HEINTZMAN PHONE musl file with the undersigned solicitors by the 21st day of Seplember, A.D. 1971 a full slatement of Ihe r claims and all securities held by Ihem. VIRTUE COMPANY Barristers and Solicitors, 106 McFarland Building, Lelhbridge, Alberla. Solicitors for the AdmlnlslrBtrlx with Will Annexed. TEENS Are you living wilh a problem Including your phont number, lo BDX Herald. copy of the Contract and Speclfi-cat ons taken. Each bid must be HC-companleo: by D marked cheoue or bond equal lo 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened In public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily acccplcd. L. H. McMANUS DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Surrogate Court of Southern Alberla, Judicial Dislricl of Lelhbridge. In the eslale of HENRY THOMAS WATERS, lale of Ihe Cily of Lelhbridge, Alberta, who died on the 15lh day of May, 1971. Tako not ce thai all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file wilh The Public Trustee by Ihe 141h day of September, 1971, a full slalement of Iheir claims ond of securilies held by them. L. G. G. Rreere, Assistant Public Trustee, 201 John J. Bowlen Bldg., 630 71h Ave. S.W., Calgary 2, Alberla. MARK We are deeply grateful to our relatives, friends and neighbors for Ihe many acts of kindness shown during our recent bereavement. We wish to extend heartfelt thanks and appreciation for tie okens of sympathy, floral and spiritual offerings tendered us. Harley and Kathleen Phillios 7642 We wish to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation lo all departments of St. Michael's General Hospital, especially to the staff on 1st East and Sisler Monica, for their untiring efforts to give comfort to our mother during her last few weeks of illness. Thanks also to Rev, Hankinson, the church ladies and everyone who visited her or sent get-well messages or flowers. Our sincere appreciation to all who assisted in so many ways with messages of condolence, donations of food and flowers and offers of assistance. Special thanks are extended to Mrs. F. Jenks and Miss Gwen Chenery for their many hours of assistance the day of the funeral. Our thanks is also extended to so many relatives and friend at Orion who attended the graveside service and the hospitality Uiown us there, especially by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weeks. Your kindness will always be remembered and appreciated. M. Freed Famiy D. Freed Family Mumby for signs announced TABER (HNS) Taber business places with signs projecting over the sidewalk have until December 31 next to remove the signs, according to town's zoning bylaw. This information came to attention of the municipal planning commission when an application was under consideration from Big Sin1 Equipment Ltd. to erect a sign on premises on 47th Avenue. Members of the commission noted that the linn could erect a free standing sign on the property, and refused the application. The commission apporved a building permit for Metz Construction to erect a ad-diton to How's IGA Foodliner, having previously approved a development permit covering use of land. Also approved was a building permit application by Clauds Leeks for Imperial Oil Ltd. to construct a sleel warehouse building on company property immediately north of Kirk's Tires. A third permit was Issued to Ronald Hill for a improvement in the basement of his residence at 4722 53rd Ave- ina and help Tor you. Phone Jean Carol 32B-7E71, Jane 327 7GE6. established dry cleaning business n Soulhcrn Alberla town o( Pu dinq 25 X 125. All modern equip-menl, panel Irucks. No opposition, hawing excellent relurns of npprox -malely Well established roule n cily of JO.OOO BS well as surrounding arpa. Records available to sincere buyers. HAY AGENCIES LTD. 327-7077 or 327-7975 Evenings Phone Bill Joblonkay 327-7159 Funeral service ror Strung Floyd Wilde, beloved husband of Mrs. Delecta Wilde of Welling who died at Calgary Tuesday, Aug. 10, 1971, at the age of 84 years, was held at p.m. Friday, Aug. 13, 1971, in the Taylor Stake Chapel of the LDS Church at Raymond with Bishop Arvin Wilde officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Edwin Olson, J. L. Gibb, J. Golden Snow, Clarence Smith, Mirza Pack, Ernest Bullock, Melvin King and Rulon Dow. Active pallbearers were Stephen, Richard and Stewart Ackroyd, Robert Forsythe, Keith Harding and Dixon Low. Interment was in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Chirstensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the MEN'S HYGIENE PRODUCTS Order In the privacy of your own homr Send SI for S2.50 selection and FREE catalogue for Adults. Send FIRST CLASS MAIL SECURELY SEALED PI AIM WRAP. Slate aqe. IMPERIAL IMPORTS EXPORTS CO. LTD., Depl. L.H., 160 Bay SI., Toronto 1 1 U n 1 DEPARTMENT LfPiftUR REGIONAL ECONOMIC Mm EXPANSION WESTERN REGION TENDER Sealed Tenders will be received by the unders gned unlil p.m., ocal Regina lime on September 1, 1971, for AdiJIIIons and Improvement to Water, Sewer and Slorm Drainage Systems, Brandon, Manitoba, Conlract T Sewer Construction. The sile of 1he work Is Incaled n Ihe Cily of Brandon, Manitoba The work consisls of the supply of all materials for nnd the Installation ot l feel of IB 42 Inch storm sewer mains and associaled work. 4.600 feel of 12 3.1 inch domest c sewer mains and associated work. The work of this contract Is to be completed by January 31, 1972. The plans and speclficalions may bo v ewed in Ihe Winnipeg, Brandon, Sas-kaloon and Regina offices of 1he local Builders' Exchange or Consfruclion Association. P 1 B n s, speclflca Ions, Instructions and forms for bidding may be obtained from the undersigned at h s office in Regina, Saskatchewan, upon the deposll of twenly-livc 525.00) cash or a certified cheque for Ihe amount, payable to Ihe Receiver General Self conscious due to acne, pimples and similar blemishes? Hydsolln clear your complexion. Clear, colorless, equally effective on drv or oily skin. niqhi rr day. Many pleased users. Only 51. SO for 1 ounce; for 3 ounces; SI. 00 for medicated soap at Slubb's Pharmacy, Thriflway Drugs, Westminster Drugs, and Bovd's BUSES FOR SALE Bids will be received by the under signed until p.m. AUQUE! 17 1971 (or 1 e disposal of 1he "following used school G.M.C. 3S passenger. Sera No. 2553C. 6-cyllnder SALE CORRAL CLEANING business Like new machinery. ID gross sales polenlial jer year. Exclusive lerrltory. Choice drive-In wllh Iraller court, lo-cnled on Trans Canada Highway No-Three. Large laundromal with dry clean ng department. Ladles' fashion slore In large southern Alberla lown. OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE PHONE L. S. Hnndley U5-3S34 Roger Handley 3A5-45M Fred Burlon 345-4177 Bill Meheden 320-6702 67 SERVICES AND SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL -Rubber stamps, corporate 5 e a 1 s, dalers, Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. I.H.C. 36 passenger. Seria No. V-B motor. I.II.C. 34 passenger, B No. B1S3SBI27079C. V-8 motor. These unlls will be sold on an "as s' "where is" basis and may be n spected et the Divisional Garage In Pincher Creek. A deposil of mus accompany each bid. Tho highesl or any bid not necessarily accepted. R. J. Rolh, Secrelary-Trensurer Pincher Creek School Division No. 39 Box 219 PINCHER CREEK, Alberta GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SINGER machines, comnelenl adjustments fo all other makes. Free home esllmate. Phone 337-2243. Singer Co. of Canada. College Mail. MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER-vices on all makes ol washers and dryers, automatic or convenllonal. Also all small appliances, mowers Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No loo large or loo small. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF taping, spraying ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Repair Phone 328-7362. LOANS IS PER CENT IN-terest. Securlly. 24 monlhs delayed 1 lie on SJO.OOD property. Write Box 147, Hemld. upon the relurn of Ihe plans anc speclflcalions In good order wilhln one monlh afler lenders have closed. Tenders will not be considered unless made on fhe forms supplied, and in accordance wilh Instruct ons suppllec wllh the speclficalions. Tenders of the City of Lethbridge, In Ihe Province of Aitoerla, who died on he lllh day of July, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav ing claims upcn Ihe eslale of the nbove named must file wiih Ihe undcrsioned solicilors by ihe day of 70 AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall Phone TREES AND HEDGES TRIMMED TOR FULLY INSURED TREE 5UR GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 3JB-209J and ranches. Clly or Town. and second mortgatjes. The lowest or any lender nol necessarily accepted. By Order J. G. Walson, Dlrcclor. PFRA, iOl Motherwell Build ng Regina, Saskatchewan JACOBSON HUZIL 407 Mayor Magrafh Drive Lelhbrldpe, Alberta Solicilors for Bernard Nieboer, Executor. defect shock chief WINNIPEG (CP) Highways Minister Joe Borowsld says he is appaled at the number of defects found in older cars checked by a Manitoba government lest unit. He said here only 14 of the 346 vehicles referred to the Winnipeg test station by police passed their first check and most of the 14 were newer models. Some vehicles had as many as 17 defects and one car had a steering wheel it such poor condition that it jammed during inspection. Mr. Boiwski said. "I find u horifying to think that cars in the condition discovered by our test unit are being used on public roads every day nf the He said steps will he taken to have (lie vehicles cither put mlo safe conriilion or taken off Ihe roads. Four of Ihe autos checked were immediately banned. complete at school CRANBROOK (Special) Mount Baker Senior Secondary School principal David Shunter reports staffing complete for his school which has anticipated enrolment of 885 studonls for Grades 10, 11 and 12 and special classes. Tliis is 70 more than at close of spring semester, and increases teaching staff. Resignations were few, while Mrs M. C. Penninglon as senior girls' counsellor retired. New members are hoys' senior counsellor Paul Sims, formerly of Sparwood and Kim-brrlcy, and senior girls' Mrs. Valerie Best, recent masters graduate in counselling from (lie University of Saskalche-wnn. Mrs. Linda Ke.ilc will be junior girls' counsellor, succeeding Mrs. L. A. T. Nimsick who ransfcr's lo a new course in developmental reading. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Biixlon, recent masters degrees in physical education nnd teachers' training, hnvc been added lo Ihe staff in Ihese capacilies. Mrs. Knut fteiss returns lo Ihe staff following a year's leave of absence. School curriculum will Ro inlo its third year on the semcs-er system, which accounts in lart for (he enrolment rise o[ 70, many of whom complcled the first semester in January and will continue Iheir second semester starling in FOR YOUR LAWN OR GARDEN RENTALS CALL WARDS AT 328-8775. MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO OUAL1FY. CALL CALGARY, 1AL KRF_nS, OFFICE 266-6011; RESIDENCE 352-fiBi3, ANYTIME. Lacombe Nurseries Lid. STILL AVAILABLE AT OUR SUBSTATION Open evenings Trees, shrubs, perennials, and 'ru' Trees. One mile west of Coald.ilc Phon 3-15 -4633. Closed Sundays. FREE DE LIVERY AND ADVICE ALL PLA'JT GUARANTEED. In Ihe mailer of Section 175 of Trie Municipal Government Acl and in Ihe mailer of Ihe cosing ol certain porlions of lane, TAKE NOTICE that a! its regu ar meclinq to be held on Tuesday lie 7 h day ot Seplember, 1971, al Ihe hour of 6 o'c ock in Ihe evcninq, in 1 ie Council Chambers al City Hall in Lelhbridye, Alberla, the Council ol The of Lelhbridce nlpnds lo give consideralion lo closing: FIRSTLY: Thai porlion of laneway as shown on Plan 1I7B G.T. lo the norlh of Blocks A, B, C, and D, commencing One Hundred (100) feet e.islcrly, more or ess, ol thf East boundary ol Mayor Mogralh Drive, nnd contlnu ng in an easterly direction lo the Wcs boundary of 28Ni Street Soulh In the City of Lelhbridge being SECONDLY: That portion cf laneway as 'shown In Plan 1178 G.T. running north and south lie ween Blocks C find D, commencing nl mo Northerly boundary rl ihs said Blocks C. anrt D extend nq soulheriy to the Soulhern boundaries of Ihe said Block C and n I'oinq :s feel In widlh mnro or less, UU UU UU UU UU l-SIXTH AVE. loans available on farms, homes, hotels, motels, commcrc al buildings and Induslrial properties lo-caled anywhere in Alberla. Fast, cor-dial, coniidenlial service, at compel 1-live rales. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7ln Sr. S. Phone 328-iSJa. 71 POULTRY AND MORTGAGE LOANS From S1600 lo S10.000 or more For finy worthwhilo reason. Monthly Inlprcs Borrow Pay menl s Rale S S 2B.47 14ri. 6B .16 in 13056 U Examples bacrd on 15 ainorliia lion. C.A.C REALTY LIMITED A SUBSIDIARY OT CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE Cnrporalion Limited Shoppinn Msll LeNil-ridqp, Allicrta Phone 32D23B1 FRIERS AND ROASTERS PAN Custom killinn H Dvck. Ccnltlalo, ready, 3P cents per Ib.. on c's 3224 72 PETS AND dramatic! Make picture plus novelty frame. New! Embroider Oriental poppies and make frame in oval of silver foil over cord Ilin, creates beautiful carved look. Patlem 72MI: transfer about. J! SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no s amps, please) add 15 cents for each pallem for firsl-class mailing and special lo THE LF.THBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited BO Front Street West Toronto 1. PUPS TO BE GIVEN AWAY. 72B DTH SI. S. Phone MB-J516. 1 ONE ONLY REGISTERED Wl- ITE Iny female nnncJIe. Phr.nn 37 !i 7070. .STAFFORDSHIRE TFRRIPR PHP fnmale, six months nltl. All shols. Plnn 7SA r- t r A H r Mir Pnlnlnr pur- vr rnlnr. Rrfr) himMnfj. rivini 771 W. y Klrrrd Two-way hunlrn. r family WJ .11 an. Ji" 1 T 'JSTS? 7 77-7-7-77 B V _________ REGISTFRTD RA5SET lattoo. SIGH o.ich. Conlnrt C R. Join son, 3407 Lflkewood Road. Phone 1 1 o C 1 -D H I lo speak a I Pincher Creek CRKEK (Special) Grnnl Notlcv, provincial TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OP SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MACLEOD In the ol GWENDOLYN LOWRY CONLON, laic ol Pincher Creek, In the Province of Alberln, who died on HID ?Mh dny of May, A.D. 1971 TAKE NOTICE thnt nil pnrsois Inrj clnlms upon Ihe cslfllo of Ihr nbovo named musl fllo with the un drrMqncd sollcilors by Iho 21st day o Spplcmlwr, A.D. 1971, a full ol IhrMr claims nnd of jccurlHni hr c by (hem. PATERSON, JACOBSON 8, HUZIL 407 Mnyor MflgrMh Drlvi LcthbrltJqo, Alberto Solicitors for Fawn Campbell nnt) William Campbell, Executors GCRMAN SHORTIIAIR POINTER purchrcd. Sovpn monlhs, femiiln '.H 273.1130, 75 WILL DO PAINT'NG PRIVATE OR rnmmrrclfll. Phone 378 8543. ?793-II-NCFS, PATIOS, S1DFWALKS nimpu1- i work. Frpr- rsllmnlpv Gunrrtnlrr workninnshlp. Phone 7-902 1 noncAT SAND AND GRAvru -Gcnrrnl trucking, Irnnl-nml loader ni lopsoil Phone 377-30-17. 7M9-t GARAGE BUILDING, CTMrrJl work nnd on Cnn'.lrurtldn, IfiJO 7lh Ave S. Phone 327 6487. GAILYNE MiirlrtG liln anil Irmk.Ti loii'tK (-.Mrs .iml tnru m.vle Wo T i.V aqunrlums, pumps nnd olr Phone 3J7-S017. 507 7IH Avr S. VBM-II n AIM ING, CLIP IMHC., GROOMINC Ponrilrs and QUIT LETHBRlDGt POOCH AND POODLi: PARLOUR Professional Poodle Groominc RAEBOURNE KENNELS Colcman, Alborln Phonn 563-3101 NE CRASHES BREMENHAVEN (Renter) The pilot of a West German S1- ;hlcr was killed Friday wlion liis plane crashed near a selll.ment of vacation houses, police said. It was the l.lfllh crash of (he .S c s i g n ed since they came into service with armed forces more (Jinn 10 years of Ihe New Democratic Party will speak on behalf of Dr. Clarence Smith, Pincher Creek-Ci owsnesl XDP candi-dale. at a public mcoling in Iho Cnlhnlic Parish hall on Tuesday, August 17 al S p.m. David U'wis. national leader of Ihe New Democratic Parly, will be speaking in Blair-more Tlnirsrinv, Aiigiisl 2C in the IDlks' Hall p.m. WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTFNANfF NO CHANG ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 5M5. CH2A-I t'RFD SK'INER fTMITNT WORK nld mrnh dun, wnlrr proollnti- in turcd, (rco citlmntri. Phono 377-B3fiA i FURTHFR TAKE NOTICE THAT person who claims he nnd hi Innrls wll Dp affected by the closlnn of the rnmlwny shnll h nflnrdrd an nppnrlunily to bn honrd by Ihfl Council hy himself nr his ngcnl DATED AT LLTIIBRIDGE Ihll Mth day of Ailpust A.D., 1971. JOHN GERI.A, Clly Clork, ;