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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE Take notice that my Gladys having left my bed and I will no longer be responsible for any debts incurred by Signed CLIFFORD D1S PROVINCE OF ALBERTA OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will b6 re ceived by the undersigned up to oclock Standard Time on De cember for the construction of the following work Project Secondary Road 940 Entrnncft to Grande Cache Secondary Road 73a HInton to Luscar Gravel crushing Una stockpiling cubic yards Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Chief Walnteii a n c e Hiahways the Of fice of the District 1707 6th Street Alberta and the Office of the District Administration Alberta and will be available only to Individuals registered and operating In the Province of or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of busi ness in the Province of A deposit of Twenty five Dollars S2500 he required for each copy of Contract and Specifications Each bid must be accompanied by marked cheque or bond equal to 10 of the Tenders will be opened in The lowest or any Tender not necessarily McManus Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE of ELMER DE LOYD tatn of who died on the 16th day of TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav ing claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with Ad ministratrix bv ihe 5th day of Jan A B full statement of their claims and of securities held by DENECKY BAINES Solicitors for the Administratrix 309 Canada Trust Building Alberta CaraJ Jf TAKE NOTICE THAT WHEREAS S1CK5 LETH BRIDGE BREWERY LIMITED is the registered owner of and has title to the whole of Block 3A of Plan Leth bridge under Certificate of Title I 9d N which land comprises That portion of First Street formerly Macleod lying North cf the North boundary of Second Avenue formerly Ford and South of the South bound ary of the lanes through Block 3 and Alberfa THAT WHEREAS SICKS LETH BRIDGE BREWERY LIMITED do maintain title to the above described property and do intend to maintain title to the THAT That portion above described shall be and Is hereby withdrawn from public use and declared to be closed for a period ct twentyfour hours com mencing et Mountain Stan dard Time on the 10th day of Decem A D 1971 to Mountain Standard Time on the nth day ot De and it h the in tention of SICKS LETHBRIDGE BREWERY LIMITED to close the above described property on or about the same day in each and every year hereafter as It is their intention to maintain title and to protect their title to Per Jack Lakte Sisks Lethbridge Brewery BIRTH K1S11 Peter and Linda are thrilled to tell the world of the birth of thenchosen Tre vor on November The proud grandparents are and Joe Nagy of Lethbridge and Peter Kish of Taber FUNERALS Jv i IIAIUHS Funeral service for CJuy Fredrick be J loved husband of the late I j Clara Harris of Coaldale who i1 died there i at the age of 86 held at Wednes December T971 FUNERAL THE UTHCRIDGE HERA1D 31 IN MEMORIAMS N 197 TENDERS WANTED FOR EX TENSIONS TO LODGES SENIOR CITIZENS HOMES AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS C A M R O S STRATH LA T A B E VEGRE Sealed tenders addressed to the De puty Minister of Public Works fcr Extensions to Lodges Semcr Citi zens Homes at Wcstlock and Al will te received up to 2 oclock P M Mountain Standard Thurs December at Room Department of Public Terrace Alberta INTERESTED CONTRACT 0R S ARE TO SUBMIT SEPARATE TEN DERS FOR THE INDIVIDUAL LO CATIONS specifications and tender forms may be obtained on application to the Contracts Department of Public Terrace and available to General Mechanical and Electrical Subtrades on deposit of Fifty Dollars for each Inra Tion and will be refunded when plans and specifications are returned to this department complete and In good order not later than four teen 14 days after closing date of otherwise the deposits shall be Plans and specifications tor all twelve projects have been placed with Construction Associations In Red Lethbridge and Medi cine Hat for the use of Each tender must be accompanied by a a certified cheque or bid bond In the amount of or each separate OR tb certified cheque for an amount of not less than of tender or bid bond In the amount of of Certified cheques are to be made payable to the Provincial The altention of tenderers is drawn to the Pjblic Works Page Clause which refers to Forfeiture of The successful tenderers will be re quired to provide certified cheques or negotiable or properly assigned Government of Canada or Alberta Provincial Government Bonds for Ten Per Cent cf the contracts or Performance THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDERS WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE AC Tenders will be opened In public In the Department of Public Works Con lerence Room Terrace Deputy Minister of Public Works D9 THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public nolice Is hereby given thai ihe undersigned intends to apply to The Alberta Liquor Control Board for licence to sell wine and liquor by the glass tor consumption only on the licensed portion of the premises in accordance with the provisions of I The Liquor Licensing Act and the Regulations made thereunder with re spect to the f o I I o w i n g described BENNET HOTELS AND HAROLD EUGENE GIBSON FOREMOST HOTEL ALBERTA Lots 6 and 7 and South 60 feet throughout OF Lots 6 19 and Bck 3 Plen 5317 A u Objections to this application shall be made forthwith to The Alberta Liouor Control Dated at this 3rd day of BENNET HOTELS AND HAROLD EUGENE GIBSON Die TENDER CITY OF LETHBRIDGE SALE OF ONE 1969 FOURDOOR SEDAN VALIANT Sealed clearly marked on the outside as to the will be received in the Office of the Purchas ing 280 5 Street Leth Alberta until 2 oclock DECEMBER 1971 for the Purchase of One 1969 FourDoor val iant Sedan in good running Ser ial number Auto matic On an As where The car may be inspected at the City of Lethbridge Police Station be tween and by contacting Inspector Each tender must be ac companied by a certified cheque in me amount of Two Hundred Dollars S20000 payable to the City of Leth bridge for the faithful performance of the The successful tenderer will be re quired to pay the balance within one week 7 days after notification of ac ceptance by the Purchasing The highest or Bny tender not neces sarily Ponech Purchasing Agent DEATHS LYNN Passed away in Hie city on Decem ber following a lengthy James si the age of 67 beloved husband of Lucille of 522 19th Prayers will be said on tonight at in Patricks There will be a concelebrated re quiem Mass in Patricks Church at on Satur December Interment will follow in the Field of Hon Mountain View Friends may pay their respects at Martin TRADITIONAL 812 3 Avenue until on In lieu of flowers those who wish may do nate to the charity of their MARTIN Directors of Funeral C8901 HANSEN Donald passed away in the city on December at the age of 35 belovec husband of Hazel Hansen of 1408 18 Hansen was torn in Lethbridge on Augusl 1936 and received all his education He worked for the Scott National Fruit for Don was a member of ihe and the Cana dian Diabetic and he was a student at the University of Left to mourn his besides his loving Hazel are one daugh Debbie and two Don and Douglas his parents and Clarence Hansen of Red Deer one brother Gerry of Kansas one Bart Beverly Greif of and his Emma Da vies of Funeral services will lie held in the Christensen Chapel on Satur December 4Ui at 3 with Doyle officiat Interment will follow in the Mountain View If friends may make do nations to the Caadian Diabetic 505 18 Cal gary or the 1260 Memorial Calgary CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU NERAL HOME Direc tors of Funeral DEATHS FRANZMANN way in the city on December Ferdi nand at the age of 68 of 301 5th Avenue runeral arrangements will be announced when MARTIN Diree ors of Funeral C8902 WURZT John pass ed away at tlie Hutterville Col ony at Magrath on December 1971 at the age of 76 beloved husband of Rebecca Funeral ser vices will be held in the Hut terville Colony on December 4th at 1 with interment to follow in the Col onv CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME City of Lethbridge 48 hour mortgage loan approvals can arrange Immediate up to 85 of your home As much as as long os 15 years to repay cost group life insurance competitive interest rates famous A 8hour approval service HOMEPL3N MORTOaGES look tn your local directory for your nearest Trodern branch No pressure from to up dollar ROME CP Canadian Fi nance Minister Edgar Benson says thjre is no pressure from UH United Slsics for an upward revaluation of the Canadian dol j i on reports that the lias offered to remove 1 ihe 10p e r c e n t import snr charge impose 15 in ie turn for an average llperccnl i revaluation of major Benson said today the frccly floating Canadian dollar is not j included in any such I Benson has argued consist I ently that the Canadian floating near par with cur U in no way Many observers here see nothing fundamentally in the demand for revalua one of the major problems being discussed at a twoday meeting of the worlds 10 lead ing industrial countries opening They say it has been common knowledge for some time that the was insisting on a re valuation of major European currencies of about 10 per cent and an increase of 16 per cent or more in the value of the Jap anese Canadian sources say an 11 percent average demand might represent a modification of the American position hut un less this was accompanied by willingness to devalue Ihe dollar slightly il would not nec essarily provide a basis for set Pattern Make youngsters happy with easy to cozy thrifty Christmas gifts Knit stocking cap anc pompon cap plus scarf or knit ting worsted in striped design with Pattern 7117 sizes L SEVENTY FIVE CENTS coins for each pattern no please add 15 cents for each pattern for firstclass mailing and special to THE LETHTmiDGE HERALD Readers Mnil Limited GO Front Slreet West Toronto Otnario FUNERALS assisting in funeral ar C8900 onLOFF Funeral service for Annie who died in the city at the age of 87 held at 2 in UK Christen sen with Elliott officia Pallbearers were Nichala Fred Edward Dan Walter Clifton and William Con Interment was in the Moun tain View Christen sen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral was in charge of the arrange tenscn Chapel with Bishop Ron Low Pallbearers were Arnold and Galen Earl Ron Scrimshaw and Randy Mcron Interment was in the fam ily plot in the Archmount Mem orial Christensen Sal mon Funeral Home Di rectors of Funeral was in charge of the OSTOPOK passed away Crowsnest Pass General Hospi December at the age of 73 Pravers will be said in Annes Catholic Sun December 5 at 7 Requiem Mass will be cele brated in Annes December 6 at 9 Interment Family Blairmore Catholic Ceme FANTINS CHAPEL is in C8895 MSHIMURA passed away in Calgary on Wednes December at the age of 37 beloved daugh ter of Maki Nishimura of Funeral and Wake services will be held in the Lethbrdige Honpa Buddliist Church on December 6th R with Leslie Kawamura Inter ment service will be held at the on De cember 7th at 10 with in terment to follow in the Moun tain View CemeteryCHRIS TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME directors of fu neral C8893 JARVI of passed away in Crowsnest Pass General December at age 84 He was born in January and came to Canada in He lived in Bellevue a short while before moving to Blairmore where he has been a resident for over 50 Survivors include his Hanna of Blairmore three Mar tha Douglas of Harvey Simpson of Sadie Gcrw of Lethbridge two Frances Jones and Caro lyn both of Fu neral service will be held in Fantins Blainnore December 4 at 1 with Bob Smith of Interment Blairmore Union FANTINS CHAPEL is in C8S96 JANZ passed away in Coaldale on De cember 1971 at the age of 84 beloved wife of Ja cob Janz of Jajiz was born in Ukrainia cm January 1887 and came to settling in Coaldale in where she has continued to reside until the time of her Left to mourn her passing besides her loving hus are three daugh Agnes Miss Helen both of Coaldale and Lydia Tocws of Clear three Jacob and John of Coaldale and Ben of Edmonton 26 grandchildren and 10 greatgrandchildren three Sara Wiebe and Helen both of Manitoba and Tina Wittenberg of Ab She was prede ceased by one greatgrand Funeral services will be held in the Coaldale Mennonite Brethren Church on December 5lh at with David Pankratz offi Interment will follow in the Coaldale Mennonite Ceme CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME direc tors of funeral C8897 KOSTKA Requiem mass for Mary beloved wife of Anthony Kostka of Diamond City who died in the city af ter a long illness at the age of 69 was said at in Basils Roman Catholic Church with Gaston Marien the Pallbearers wore Frank John Alex Alex and Gerry Interment was in the Mount Calvary sec tion of Mountain View Ceme Martin Direc tors of Funeral was in charge of the HOLT Funeral service for Sarah Bullock Iw loved wife of the late Franklin Truman Holt of Raymond wlra died at Raymond after a long illness at the age of 93 was held at 1 in the Raymond Tliird Ward LDS Chapel with Bishop Ronald Watson Honorary pallbearers were Mel viii Arthur Ern Tom Parley George Thomson and Phil Hel Active pallbearers were grandsons Gary Jack and Ter ry Morris Dahl and Rich Interment was in the familv plot in the Temple Hill Christensen Sal mcn Funeral Home Direc tors of Funeral was in charge of the SKKLTON Funeral service for lie loved husband of Ihe late Gertrude Ella Skclton of Lclh hridge who died at Lethbridge a long illness at the age of 88 was held at 2 in the First Baptist Lelh with Easter Pallbearers were and Honorary pallbearers Chris McPhcr Thrall and Interment was in the family plot in Moun tain View Martin Directors of Funer al was in charge of the WINCHCOMBE Funeral service for Edward Henry torn July 1899 died was held at in Trinity United Fort Peter Walker with the officiating Interment was in the Union Honorary pallbearers were George Buzu Joe Pete Peder Jack George Stew art and Orwell Pallbearers were Bill Glen Victor Frank Ed Jasman and Don Edens Funeral Home Directors of Funeral Ser vice at Fort was in charge of the SLAWOSKY In memory of our loving Katrina Sla who left us December Grace was in all her Heaven in her In every gesture dignity and Man1 Slawosky and 4147 URBAN In loving memory of a dear grand fattier and great Joseph who passed away December The face we loved is the voice we loved is still A place Is vacant In our that never can be Such pain he bore so for quite a weary while He kept his sweetness to the with a brave and tov ing And when God took him to and hushed Ms heart to So peaceful was his sweet face it seemed a shame to Take care of him as he takes his For while on he was one of the remembered by his wife 4010 Mary and NO ANSWERS YET EDMONTON CP Initial tests by the provincial labora tory into suspected food poison ing of University of Alberta students have not provided any Ball said Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Toronto Harry former director general of medical services in the federal department of health and Angeles Johnny Kaai known professionally as Johnny a Hawaiian composer of Aloha and founder of the Royal Ha waiians musical group which toured North America for near ly 30 years until after a brief At Eatons Christmas Comes To Life Meet The Cat Saturday Moon Until 5 the Cat will be in our Hosiery Main on Saturday from Noon until 5 Be sure to see her Kayser Duomaille Panty Hose Assorted Assorted Pair 3 All Nude with Reinforced Main Floor 1 Opaque 2 Regular BUY LINE SHOP EATONS TONIGHT UNTIL 9 AND SATURDAY 9 TO ;