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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE August PUBLIC NOTICES BIRTH EDWARDS Bob and Lynne are happy to announce the birth of their son, Robert Nathan. 6 Ibs. 10 ozs., born Aug. 16, 1974. Proud grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gibb. Magrath and Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards. Magrath. Insured. 136 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF STANLEY ALBERT FORCZEK. late of the City of Lethbndge m the Province of Alber- ta who died on the 8th day of August, AO 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by tne 23rd day of September. AD 1974. a full state- ment of tneir claims and of securities held by them DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 310 Canada Trust Building LETHBRIDGE. Alberta Solicitors for the Executor A77 NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF ARDEN THEO LITT late of Burdett in the Province ol Alberta, who died on the 17th day of June A D 1974 TAKE NOTICE that a" persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named, must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 26th of September A D 1974. a full Statement of tr-e.r claims and of securities held bv them HIGA AND WOOD Barristers A Solicitors 519 7th Street South LETHBRIDGE Alberta Solicitors for the Executor GEORGE T S HANCOCK A59 GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION DIVISION Sealed Tenders will be received by the undersigned, up io 2.30 p.m Ed- monton time on September 12. 1974 at the Design and Construction Divi- sion Office, located on the 4th floor of the Milner Building 10040 104 Edmonton. Alberta, for the construction o' Tindastoll Creek Phase II Contract No 1 The work is located approximately 9 miles southeast of the Town of Sylvan Lake The md'n items of work are as follows (a) excavation and re-grading of channel section (approx 32.000 cubic yards (b) construction of two twin pipe culverts drop structures. Tenders shall be clearly marked "Tin- dastoll Creek Phase II Contract No 1 Plans and specifications may be ob- tained from the office located at the above address and at tne Depart- ment of located at the J. J Bowlen Building RM 601 620 7th Avenue. S W Alberta, on deposit of S25 00 b" cash or cheque made payable to tne Provincial Treasurer of Alberta Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheaue or Bid Bond made payable to the Provincial Treasurer equal to 10% of the Tender and such other forms as specified in 'he Tender Documents. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted For further information contact Mr P G Melnychuk Director 425-1130 E E Ballantyne D V M Deputy Minister A76 DEATH KYLE Ronald Bradley, passed away in Lethbridge on Wednesday. August 21st. 1974 at the age of six years, belov- ed son of Mrs. Stella Willoughby of Lethbridge. Bradley was born in Calgary on August 9th, 1968 and pass- ed away after an illness in Lethbridge. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving mother, his step-father, Michael Willoughby: a sister. Brand Jean; his father. Ronald George Kyle of Calgary; his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Earl of Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kyle of Virden, Manitoba. Funeral services will be held in the north side L.D.S. Chapel on Friday. August 23rd. 1974 at p.m., with Dan Chipman of the Fifth Ward Bishopric officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service. C1274 PUBLIC NOTICE TENDER PEIGAN BAND HOUSING AUTHORITY Completion of eighteen (181 on-site new homes located in new housing subdivision located on the Brocket Townsite. Peigan Indian Reserve No 147, Alberta, in part of N W of Sec- tion 9. Township 7, Range 28 West of the Fourth Meridian Work to include supply and installa- tion of furnaces and hot water heaters, basement plumbing, dry wai' and painting, floor tiling main electrical materials and work and related labour of supplied house materials. Index No PHA-1 Sealed Tenders, marked as to con- tent, addressed to- Housing Director Peigan Housing Authority P O Box 70 Brocket. Alberta TDK OHO will be received up to 300 pm MDT. September 17 1974 Tender documents can be obtained en deposit of S25 00 in the TransCanada Pipelines is proposing to study the feasibility of converting western Canadian coal into synthetic gas. A spokesman for the pipeline company said the study would consider coal availability, coal quality, min- ing costs, water availability and preliminary engineering studies. CARD OF THANKS TILLEY We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and deep appreciation to our relatives, friends and neighbors who extended so many acts of kindness after the passing of our mother, grandmother and great grandmother, Maude E. Tilley. For the beautiful flowers, cards, food and visits, it was all so very much appreciated. A special thanks to the pallbearers, Don Bagoz- zi, Dave Coutts. Wally Grunewald. Bill Povey, Robert Skiva Jr. and Brian Gash. -Ken Tilley Tilley Mercer Rennie Skiba Banks 190 Election forum eyed City teachers jumped on the bandwagon to increase interest in school board elec- tions, during a meeting of local ATA representatives Wednesday. Earlier this year the depart- ment of education and some trustees expressed concern about public apathy toward school board elections and dis- cussed various methods of creating more interest in the campaign prior to the Oct. 16 school board election. The teachers agreed to BLACK SEEKS OFFICE CHICAGO (AP) Lawyer Duke McNeil announced Tues- day his candidacy for mayor in 1975. becoming the first black to mount more than a token drive for the Chicago office. organize a public forum and invite school board candidates to attend so the public is aware of their views on educa- tion prior to the Oct. 16 elec- tion. No progress Union and management representatives in the Prebuilt Industries dispute met Tuesday but apparently little progress was made. Members of the carpenters' union at the mobile home construction plant remained on strike today. They have been out since Aug. 1. Negotiations were broken off last week and it was hoped the Tuesday resumption of talks would lead to a settlement Contraceptive toll rises WASHINGTON (AP) -The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today reported a sharp increase in the number of deaths and uterine infections among women who used the controversial Dalkon Shield intra-uterine contraceptive device Agency researchers told an audience of about 200 scien- tists, physicians and industry representatives attending a special meeting that the Dalkon Shield has been associated with 11 deaths and 209 cases of septic abortions in women who had been wearing the IUD. As late as last June 28, when the A. H. Robins Co. of Rich- mond. Va.. agreed to halt sale and distribution of the Dalkon Shield, the manufacturer said it knew of seven deaths and slightly more than 100 cases of uterine infections associated with miscarriages among users. The updated information, assembled for the special gathering by the FDA's bureau of medical devices, also showed that another IUD, the Lippes Loop, was associated with five deaths and 21 septic abortions and another, the Saf-T-Coil, with one death and eight mis- carriages, following uterine infection. The FDA said the new in- jury and death figures come from a variety of sources following the government's appeal to medical professionals for information on lUDs. Dr. John Jennings of the FDA told the gathering that the FDA hopes in the next two days to get an assessment of whether lUDs are safe and reliable, whether current labelling is adequate, whether any one brand should be singl- ed out for special attention and how to treat patients who become pregnant while using an IUD. The FDA said that 8.8 million lUDs have been sold since 1966. including discontinued models and 83.- 920 test models- Home entertainment gear sales thrive MONTREAL (CP) Despite inflation, home- entertainment units cost less than ever, says Birnbom, president of Etco Electronics of Montreal. While most Canadian families may be forced to switch to hamburger from steak, still spending the same amount of overworked money, the connoisseur of ''great stereo sound" has been able to stretch his dollar. "That's because of the sharply increased value put into each music machine through better and more sophisticated Mr. Birnbom said. The home-entertainment in- dustry, which began with the ear-scratching gramophones of yester-year, "is currently thriving" in Canada, he said. "There's an ever-increasing demand for units m the to price he said. "There's no doubt people are getting a lot more for their money today." He praised merchandise produced by the Japanese. 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