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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta B9 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE Schwartz Agencies Ltd. Phone 328-3331 Commercial properties. and ranches. City or Town .owest Inlerest rales available. nd second mortgages CU20-25 HOMEOWNER'S LOAN UP TO mmediate cash available second norlgages. Boirow up to an he equity in your home. Nn bonus. to payment penalties. HOUSEHOLD REALTY of Cancda 4lh Avenue South 403 327-1511 90 CONTRACTS 'AIMTING DONE nterior Exterior. PART TIME. Free Ealirraies 8171-23 QUALIFIED WORK guaranteed. Free estimates Phone I2S-W11. 3UALITY CEMENT WORK SIDE- etc. Rea- prices. Phone 327.3432. Free tsfimates. 4007-A25 I DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS i AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDER For' 340 Miles New Grade Indian No. Slackfost-Stcn- ey-Sarcee Districf. Index No. R-11S3. Sealed marked as to con- addressed to Department of In- dian Affairs snd Northern Develop- 125-12th Avenue S. T2G will tc received up to TIME- 2.00 P.M. DATE Scnlember 4. 1973. Tender documents can be By General Contractors c-.lv m de- posit of S2S.OO in th- fcTm of a CERTI- FIED ps'-afclt- Tne re- ceiver GENERAL OF from the Depsrinienr cf Ir.disn Affairs end Ncrthern 12S-121h Ave- T2G OZ9. Calqary Construction 5th Avenue Al- T2N OT5. JB2-5555 Lowest or any lender not necessar- ily accepled. V G BOULTBEE District SfoervisT D.strict. A27 Clir OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNINC- BEING CHAPTER 274 R.S.A. 1970 AND AMENDMENTS THERETO AND IN THE MATTER OF the City of Lethbridge By- LBW No. being i By-Uw ta tmend By-Law No. being By-Law with respect to zoning for the City of TAKb NOTICE THAT en tht IWh day of at the hour of 6 o'clock in the afternoon In the Council Chamber of City the Council cf City of will a Public Hearing pursuant to Section 130 of The Planning Act to consider the proposed By-Law No. 3158 to amend By-Law No. 27S6 is the Zoning By-Law. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT the proposed By-Law No. 3158 will amend the Zoning Map annexed to the said By-Law by deleting Zone R2-RES1DENTIAL and delineating as Zone C4-COMMERC1AL the lands dsscrittd Lois 32 to 25 inclusive. Block Plan Lettibridge 4353-S ard municipally described iith str-tt South Al-crfs J hctnh 5ARAGE CEMENT WORK md stuccoing. Anderson and Sorer.scn 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone _ C7377 It RED STEINER CEMEMT aid basements water proofing. In fres estimates. Phone 327-S286 C3661-H ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING PHONE JONES 228- M_L TYPES OF CEMENT WORK. 3ood workmanship and promct ser- vice. Reasonable. Phone Mike 327-3316 or 328-1616. 7573-63 FENCES BUILT. Mis- cellaneous building. etc. Hauling Jim 328-3963 ECONOMY PAINTING AND DECOR Very very reasonable. Phone noon cr evenings 328-4570 55J2-tf PRIVATE Homes only Complete painting service. Reasonable rates. Guaranteed work. For free estimates phone 328-03S3. 7093-31 3rd AVE. So CITY OF LETHBRIDGE COMPLETION NOTICE TAKE NOTICE thsf the Cily of Leth- bridge has completed the instellatitn a water feeder main on IViaqraih Drive between 3rd Avenue South and 20 Avenue South. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that any perrons having interest in lands immediately Ediacent to the land or street upon which the work has been completed or constructed end who claims less cr lessening of the use of his land must fils a claim for stating ihs amount and par- ticulars cf his in the offica cf ths City ClerK in the City Leth- bridce- of before I'n'n day A.D. 1973. Any claim not made by the afwesaid dste will be forever barred and extinguished. DATED at the Cilv of Lethbridre in the Province of Alterfa this 20th i c-av cf A D 1973. John Gerla City Clerk A35 24 12 23 DEATHS BURYAN Passed away in the city on August following a brief Mrs. Theresa Mary Buryan at the age of 73 of 540 12th St. beloved wife of the late Air. Steve Buryan. Born in Hun- the late Mrs. Buryan came to Canada in 1927 to the Gramun district and home- steaded for a number of years. She moved to Raymond in the and retired to Lethbridge in 1945. She is survived by one Mr. Steve Buryan of Leth- one Mrs. Brinley oi three one sister in Australia and pee brother in Hungary. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday at a.m. in St. Basil's Cath- olic Church with Rev. Father G. Maiien cetebrant. Interment will follow in Archmc-ant Mem- orial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C1425 4th- AVE. So. i YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. SENIOR INSTRUCTOR EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES Alberto Vocational LAC IA BICHE Department of Advanced Education. Initiates and admin- isters program of sludies to train adult Educational Assis- tants Early Childhood for employment in Nor- thern Alberta. Involves planning and as well OS and evaluation of instructional and student progress. Ideal candidate will hold teaching have Uni- versity Degree in Early have considerable leach- ing experience with young children. If you have these are interested in the and reouire further call 623-4441 collect. This compe- lition remain open until a suitable candidate has been selected. Competition Number 5502-10. GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE 500 TER3ACE BUILDING 106 STREET ond 96' AVENUE ALBERTA PRODUCTION MANAGER REQUIRED for a new regional laundry located in with an expected initial volume of three million pounds per year. Applicant must be willing to and ac- cept responsibility as the volume increases. Applicant must have extensive electrical and mechanical experience with hioh speed production ma- chinery similar to or including etc. Applicant mt-st be able to supervise medium sized pro- duction female. RESPONSIBILITIES. Maintain staff and production schedules control supervision ond maintain good wo'king morale aepartment budget assist with preventive maintenance program to General Manager Commensurate with training and experience. EFFECTIVE- No Icier than October 1973 For further information PERSONNEL DIRECTOR LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL ALBERTA 327-4531 LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE invites application far the following position Instructor IN Community Recreation DUTIES Successful applicant will be expected to in- stiuct in such existing courses as recreation public and program to supervise student field work and provide leadership in curriculum plan- ning in recreation. QUALIFICATIONS Master's degree Candi- date with proven experience will be given preference. APPLICATION DEADLINE August 1973. Interested should apply for the Standard Application for Employment Form DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ALBERTA TELEPHONE 216 AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT copy of the proposed By- may be inspected the office cf the City Clerk in the City Hall during the normal office flours. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person who washes to make representation concerning the proposed By-Law shall first file a written sufcmiJGiori wllh the City clsrk not later than two o'clock en Wednesday the 5Hi day AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT such persons as file such written submission rr.ay appear at Puclic HCEri-g to make repre- sentations and to answer questions si City Council concerning their submissions but subject to the ccnditicn that representation Fn support cf a brief be limited to thirty minutes and one rebuttal period cf no more than ten minutes. DATED at the Cily of Lethb'idge this 20th d-ay of 1W3 John Gerla City Clerk PUBLIC NOTICE i NOTICE i I Notice is hereby given ths inten- of tht Bellevue Village to pass a Development Ccnlrcl By- law No 285-73 of the Village of Belle- VLe. 1. The purpose cf this Bvlew Is to regulate the use and development of land within tne Municipality and to achieve the orderly and economic de- velopment of land in accordance with the general plan being prepared. 2. A cooy of the proposed Develop- ment Control Bylaw may inspected by 1he during office hours the Bellevue Village Office. 3. A public hearing and discussion c.f the proposed By-law was held in the Village Office on Tuesday. Msy 1973 at 7 p.m. Those interested are invited to attend. Hannerr. Secretary-Treasurer A39 PUBLIC NOTICE WESTERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders fsr the constructiOT of tv.o reinforced concrete headgate one reinforced concrete HVD reinforced concrete and corrugated metal pipe wasleway struc- tures and the excavation and compact- ed embankment required for approxi- mately 9M lineal feet of 20 foot bed width located near Alberta w.ll be received at the office of the Irrigation District up to September 1V73. Security will be required. Copies cf drawings and specifications may be obtained from the Irrigation Dis- trict or from and Construction Administration on or after August 1973 upon deposit of in made payable to the Board of Directors. The Board re- serves the right fo reject any or all tenders. The Board of Directors The Wistern Irrigation District AM QUICK away Sat- August Robert Harry aged 16 be- loved son of Mrs. Ruth Quick of Fort Macleod. Born in Forl hs was a student of the F. P. Walshe School at the time of his death and had serv- ed in the 2309 Macleod Csdet Corp. Besides his mother he is survived by two brothers. Ern- est cf Vancomer and Roy rf one Mrs. Pat- ricia Buck of Lethbridge and his Mrs. 5. Quick of Fort Macleod. The funeral ser- vice will be held in Trinity Unit- ed Church on at 21 Peter Walker officiating minister. Interment in Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the 2309 Macleod Cadet Lieutenant Dale Cook. Funeral arrange- ments bv EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD Fort Mac-eod. C1423 DEATHS URBAN Charles Sr. pass- ed away in Lethbridge on Sat- August 1973 at the age of 69 bebved hus- band of Mrs. Rose Urban cf 822 8th St. S. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving- wife two Charles Jr. and William both of thren daugh- Mrs. Peggv Spitzer and Mrs. Lillian Elliott both of Lethbridge and Mrs. Hilda Au- drey of seven grand- one Jim Ur- ban of and ssve.T Mrs. Rose Hunter of Mrs. Annie Bod- kins of Augusta. Mrs. Helen Cahi'l of Mrs. Tressa Sliite of Mrs. Julain QuaLfe cf Mrs. Irene Lo-we cf Lethbridge and Mrs. Ethel Cannady cf Ta- ber. Funeral services will be held August 1973 at a.m. in the Chris- tensen with Father M. Gillis officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENS E N SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C1427 DEATHS NESTOROWCZ passed away August 1973 in Coaldale at the age of 63 beloved husband of Mrs. Stephanie Nestorowicz of Coaldale. Mr. Nestorowicz was born hi Poland and moved to Russia as a young boy with Ms parents. He came to Canada in 1950 and lived in Picture Butte for a year belore moving to the Coaldale area where he fanned until his passing. He liked the especially fishing and hunting. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife two Edward of Prince B.C. and Ro- man of two daugh- and Caroline both of and a grand- son Timothy. Requiem mass will ba celebrated Wednesday. August 22. 1973 at a.m. in St. Ambrose Gatbolic Church in with Father G. Marien as celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Prayers will be said August 21. 1973 at p.m. in St. Ambrose Cath- olic Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C1428 MERCER August 1973. aged 65 beloved wife of Mr. Lome M. 4623 Stanley Road. Calgary. Also sur- viving are two R. E. McKenna and R. M. McKenna of one Mrs. Dean McFadden. R. L. Calgary and four grandchil- two sisters Mrs. Mary Calgary and Mrs. A. Lethbridge. Funeral Mass at St. Anthony's Calgary on Tuesday at 10 a.m. JACQUES FUNERAL HOME. in charge. 0180 SAPETA Victoria beloved wife of the late Albert Sapeta of passed away in a Calgary hospital Saturday. August 18. 1973 at age 85 years. Born in Redzi- choxvi. Poland on December the late Mrs. Sapsta mar- ried her husband in Poland in 19C6 and came to Canada in 1903 to Coleman where she re- sided unSl four years ago when she took up residence in Cal- gary. She was predeceased by her husband in Coleman Feb- ruary 18. cue sen Carl in one daughter Jennie and several infant daughters all in Colsman. Survivors include four Mrs. J. Wil- Mrs. S. Lethbridge. Mrs. Carrie Calgary. Mrs. A. one nine one and two great- great-grandchildren. Prayers will be said in the Holy Spirit Catholic Church Coleman Mon- day evening at p.m. Requiem mass will be celebrated in the Holy Spirit Church in Coleman on August 21 at Rev. Father Tim Connelly cele- brant. Interment will follow in the family plot Coleman Catho- lic Cemetery. FANTINS CHAP- ELS is in charge. C1424 LEAVITT Sylvan Dudley passed away Aug- ust 18. 1973 in Cardston at the age of 61 beloved hus- band of Mrs. L7isn Leavitt or Cardston. Mr. Leavitt was born in Cardston where he also received his education. He mar- ried Lillian Clasen November 6th. 1935. He was actively en- gaged in farming and ranch- ing until his passing. He leaves to mourn besides his loving wife three sons. Ray of Cal- Dean of Cardston and El- mer of one daughter. Mrs. Wm. Leslie cf and 12 grandchildren. Funeral services were held August 20. 1973 at p.m. in the Alberta Stake with Bishop Bryce Gaboon officiating. Inter- ment followed in the family plot in Archmount Memorial Gardens. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Direct- ors of Funeral Service. CM2G DEATH McNEELY Passed away at Bow Aug- ust E. at age of 69 beloved husband of Myrtle Helen McNeely of Bow Island. Born in on April the late Mr. McNeely moved to the Warner district in 1917. Mr. McNeely bought grain for the Alberta Wheat Pool for 41 years and has resided in Bow Island for the past 44 years. He is sur- vived by his two Lloyd of Red and Blair of Bow a daugh- Joanne of a sis- of and six grandchildren. Funeral service will be held in St. Mi- chael's Roman Catholic Church on August 21 at 11 a.m. Interment will follow in the Bow Island cemetery. Do- nations may be made to t b e heart fund. 8131 IN MEMORIAMS HARTWICK In loving mem- ory of dad and Gordon. who passed away four years ago. remembered by Or- Laurence and family. 8170 Jerry In lov- ing memory of a dear son. grandson and who pass- ed away August 1S66. J May he always walk in sun- shine And God's love around him For the love he gave No one will ever know. It broke our hearts to lose But he did not go For part of us went with The day God called him home. remembered b y mom. dad. Terry grandma and grandpa Smith and kids. 8155 KILLING GOES ON SAIGON More than 80.000 troops and civilians on both siies have been killed wounded or abducted since the ceasefire in South Vietnam offi- cially began in the South Vietnamese military com- mand reported Sunday. BAINS In loving memory of Gertrude who passed away July 1960 and brother who passed away August 19. 1954. The gates of memory will never close. remembered by Kathleen and family. 8154 ADDITIONAL IN MEMORIAM ON PAGE 11 Sears Hard-wearing go-anywhere fashions for back-to-school a. Boys' Knit Shirt. Argyle plaid. cotton blend. Point 3 button placket front. 4-5-6-6x. Made in Canada. b- Boy's cord pant. Heavyweight. Flare. Cotton. Semi-boxer. Tunnel' belt loops. CSS Burgundy. Brown. Made in Taiwan. c-Juv. girl's t-shirt. Nylon rib. Perma-Prest. Turtleneck. Long sleeves. Gold. Made in Canada. d-Juv. girrs pant. Semi-baggie cui with imitation elasticized waist. plaid. Made in Canada. Sizes 4566X e-Boy s pullover sweater. Bulky acrylic knit. Smart designs in asstd. heather tones. Fully fashioned. Made in Taiwan. 4-6-' f-Sturdy cotton jean. Flare leg. double knees. Semi-boxer waist. 3-4-5- 6-6x. Made in China g-Juv. girl's t-shirt in all nylon. Long sleeves. 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