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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta F.hru-v It. THI IRHMIDOI HCTAIB 72 PETS AND SUPPUES CONTRACTS NOTICES NOTICES L 1 Jjirths, JUectths, J-unerals, M 0" (ZarJs Jnemoriams JMAUL PUPPY TO J EQUIPMENT RENTALS TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS C H THE SURROGATE COURT OF UTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL Jh STR CT OF LETHBRIDGE n the matter ot the Estate of James WI iams, late ol the Town of Taber the Province of Alberta who died P the day of December A.D., 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-g cla ms upon the estate of the above F med musl tile with the undersigned Icltors on or before the 13th day of arch, A.D., 1972, a full statement of eir c aims and ol securities held Jj >F ANNUAL MEETING PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given in it Moling ol Ih. Electors of 1h. J> llaae ol Foremost will be held In tt e Community Hall on Monday, the rt day ol February, H7Z, al a o'tlocK m., tor the discussion ol Municipal lor the year ending December DaYecf at Foremost this day ot bruary 1972. A. H. RATZLA.FF verts 32B-3B76. lobs too small. Phone 328 sc 15-3493, evenings. FEMALE MINIATURE SILVER Poodle 11 week' NOTICES 73 BUSINESS TENDER UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE 1 RECREATION th BUILDING will be received up to m February 24th, 1972 by Robins be accompanied by Court ajid Marlene enry are pleased to announce ai e birth of their first child, d ason Lloyd, eight Ibs. one 02., a i January 17, 1972. Grand- t, ircnts are Mrs. Ella Capton s nd Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Knibbs. C reat-grandparenls are Mrs. c azel Knibbs and Mr. and Mrs. s en Oliver. 8808 ueorge, passeu vay in Cardston on Wednes- vi ly, February 9th, 1972, at the w ?e of 50 years, beloved son of F js. Sarah Weston of Card- a on. Mr. Weston was born in a ardslon and received his edu- B ition in the Schools of Card- on. He was a member of the in oyal Canadian Air Force dur- P g the Second World War. His G ither, who predeceased him, e r. Thomas Weston, was a I ng time resident ot Cardston E nd was well known for his w onstruction work in that dis- n rict. He leaves to mourn his assing, besides his loving lother, two brothers, Ted and f ack both of Cardston and a r ister, Mrs. Neil (Eva) Miller J f Vancouver. Funeral services a pill be held in the Christensen Chapel in Cardston on Mon- 1 ay, February 14th at p.m. 1 vith Bishop Don Shaw officiat- v ng. Interment will follow in 1 he Family Plot in the Card- i ton Cemetery1- CHRISTEN- i SEN SALMON FUNERAL TOME LTD., Directors of Fu-leral Services. for Mrs. Emma Cameron, ho 'died in the city Thursday, eb. 3, 1972, after a brief illness the age of 90 years, was held p.m. Wednesday in the ethany Lutheran Church, omond, with interment follow-g in the Travers Cemetery, allbearers were Floyd and ordon Howg, Donald and Rob- rt Bain, Harold Olson and P illy Bolduc. Martin Bros. Ltd., lirectors of Funeral Service, as in charge of the arrange-CLIFTON Funeral service ar Hymrn Clifton, Del Bonita esident who died at Magrath londay, Feb. 7, 1972, at the ge of 81 years, was held at 2 .m. Friday, Feb. 11, 1972, in he Magrath LDS Chapel. Pall-rearers were Dean Heggie, Ir-in Clifton, Ken Robinson, De-fere Chapman. Cecil Helgerson nd Bart Clifton. Interm e n t vas in the family plot in the Magrath Cemetery. Christensen 5almon Funeral Home Ltd., of Funeral Sevrice, was n charge of the arrangements. WHAMS' Funeral service for Mrs. Susanna Willms, be-oved wife of Mr. Abram Willms of the Sunnyside Nursing Home, Medicine Hat, formerly of Coal-dale, who died at Medicine Hat Saturday, Feb. 5. 1972, after a long illness at the age of 75 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in the Meunonite Conference Church, Coaldale, with Rev. Peter Retzlaff officiating. Pallbearers were Pete Regeir, George Epp, Jake Classen, and John, Fred and Dave Willms. Interment was in the Coaldale Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funera Se'n'ice. was in charge of the of Mike Zmurchyk, who sssed away February 12, 1948. by Pete, Francis and family. 6860A -PETERSON PURVIS, f. Su e 1, 3218 6th street South, Lethbridge, Alberta. Sol citors for Ihe Executor, Harold Williams. F3B TO CREDITORS {J AND CLAIMANTS J In the estate ot LOIS OLIVE JACK- O M late ol the Town ol Bovj Island, p the Province ol Alberla Widow, ho passed away on Ihe 17th day ot a snuary, A.D. 1972. C TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-g claims upon the estate ot the above H imed must tile with the undersigned B licitors by the lllh day of March, D 1972 a lull statement of their a ms and of securities held by them. VIRTUE AND COMPANY Barristers and Solicitors 106 McFarland Building a Lethbridge, Alberta T7 Solicitors for the DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT SOUTH Xlberta. Good locution In grow ng town. Good volume. erlppn I.' P for Increased sales. Write P.O. Box 743. Fort Macleod or phone COFFEE MACHINES AND 6STAB- c listed route In Lethbridge area. Good business lor retired or seml-relired person. Write Box 65, amount or a bid Amount A erformance bond for SKiSrnVe" Architect! office 5 DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND 8 NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT h TENDERS I Otter No. o Water Supply System, 0 Laverne Commumly. i b Bood Indian Reserve index No. Alberta TO CREDITORS j AND CLAIMANTS J THE SURROGATE COURT OF 5 3UTHERN ALBERTA, JUDICIAL A ISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE c IN THE ESTATE OF GEORGE ASHINGTON HEATHERSHAW, 'M the Town of Magratn, In the rovince of Alberta, who disd on the n day of August, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all per so In loving mem-ry of a dear husband and ither, Raymond Pierson, who assed away February 13, 1967. Quietly remembered every day, Sadly missed along life's way. remembered, sadly missed by wife Kay, Debbie, Kenny, Donna and David. 6800 f ROLLINS Devoe, passed way suddenly on Thursday, ebruary 11, 1972, at the age a f 50 years, beloved husband c Mrs. Gwen Rollins and son t I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rollins of P ardston, and father of Mrs. ary (Wendy) Joteson of De- J roit. He is also survived by one E rother and two sisters. Fu- c eral services will be held 1 Febniary 15, 1972 at c p.m., in the Alberta Stake c 3iapel, in Cardston, with Bi- hop Bryce Cahoon officiating. ntcrment will follow in Card-ton Cemetery. Friends may neet the family in the Relief xiciety Room of the church rom 12 noon until prior to the >ervice. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HSME Ad. Directors of Funeral Ser-ice. ESTABLISHED LETHBRIDGE dealer In last growing Recreational Vehlcl. business seeks active partner willing to Invest Apply in con-lidence to Box 75, Herald. STORE BUILDING i For sale or rent on main street Taber, iun ft. Write Box 59, Herald named must file with the un- -ersgned Solicitors by the 20th day march, A.D. 1972, a full 1 their claims and of securities held DAVIDSON WILLIAMS J01 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors, THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY F24 f TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate ot ANNA GERTRUDE JUGGAN late, cl the Cily ol ethbridoe, in the Province of Alberta, ,ho died on the 26lh day of January, 'TAKE NOTICE that an persons aving claims upon Ihe estate ol the bove-named must file with the under-igned solicitor! by the- 13th of March, 972 a full statement of their claims nd of securities held by them. VIRTUE AND COMPANY Solicitor for Leslie Evernden. Executor 106 McFarland Building Lethbridge, In loving mem-iry of a dear grandfather and eat-grandfather, Karl Huber, ho passed away February 13, remembered and sadly missed by Mike, Lydia, Michael, Wendy and Albert Procop. HUBER In loving mem-ry of my dear husband, Karl, ho passed away Febniary 13, 907. Memories are like leaves ol gold, They never tarnish or grow old. remembered b y vour wife, Clara. 6796 SEMENIUK In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Dr Steve Semeniuk, who passed awav Febniary 12, 1966, in aising Star, Texas. He meant so very much to us That nothing we can say Can still the grief that is to our hearts As we think of him each day. remembered and sadlv missed by his mother atxl'dad, brother and sisters and their families. 67M YOUR OWN BOSS Canadian Co. requires men or women to operate their own part-time cusmess, restocking and collecting money from name, ciqaretles, soft drinks and hosiery machines. Locations established Cy Co with no selling Involved. To Save your own exclusive route you must have car, references and aolu to invest at least SMQ Only eight hours ol your lime per week will bring in excellent returns. For those who wish to build time operation we have an excellent financed exoansion program. Write lo Canadian Coin Products, Gar. sen. Ontario, include phone. 4832-15 Alia. SrS, Construction Associallon 1321 3rd Ave. South, any tender not necessarily accepted. PS swar man, supervisor. fyt TOWN OF COALDAIE TREATED WATER STORAGE FACILITIES 1. INVITATION TO TENDED racconZJ by fen percent of the The lowest or any tender will not TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS ISth "day ol January! 'y DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Ml Canada Trust TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS N THE ESTATE OF MARVIN TAYLOR GREENE, otherwise known as MARVIN GREENE, late ol tile atv of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 19th day of December, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the un. designed solicitors by the 13th day of March, A.D. 1972 i full jf their claims and of securities held "y VIRTUE COMPANY, IDS McFarland Building, LETHBRIDGE, Alberta, Solicitors for the Executors. REULE Funeral service or Daniel Reule, beloved of Mrs. Franziska Reule 1702 7th Ave. S. who died in the city Tuesday, Feb. 8, 1972, after a long illness at the age of 72 years, was held at ).m. Saturday in the Bethany Baptist Church with Hev. Taubensee officiating. Pallbearers were Otto Fritz, Ismael Tschernetzki, Emil Wirzba, Heinz Grosslslaus Gerhard and George Beyer. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the Choice restaurant with banquel rooms Larse building All in good modern condition. Only S125.000. Hardware store complete with up-to-date stock and building. Loc a 1 1 a scrost Ihe slreet trom McLeods and SBteways In Tafcer. Priced very rea-sonable lo deer estate. Several large garages service sta-fions wilh coffee shops, blacKsmilh shop, iJuies dress shop and many more types ol business. For further information conlacl L. S. Hardley OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE T. William, passed away in Cardston on Wday, February 11, 1972, at the age of 77 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Hazel Leavitt of Cardston. Also survived by six sons, Keith of Leavitt, Rex of Cardston, Garth of Salt Lake City, Gordie of Georgetown, Ont., Jerry of Calgary, and Blake of Orangeville, Ont.; four daughters, Mrs. Roland (Zola) Herr of Cardston, Mrs. Russell (Opal) Hendry of Galgary, Mrs. Roy (Coleen) Roland of Calgary, and Mrs. Nina Miller of Saskatoon; 35 grandchildren, and 18 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday, February 14, 1972, at 3 p.m., in the Alberta Stake Chapel, with Bishop Don Shaw officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family from 2 p.m. until prior to the sendee in the Relief Society room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C137 GREEN Olivia Margaret, passed away in Lethbridge on Thursday, February 10, 1972, at the age of 83 years, beloved wife of the late John H. P. Green, formerly of Lethbridge. She was a convert to the LDS' Church and was very active in church work, holding many different offices in the organizations of the church. She was a Temple worker at the Cardston Temple for 17 years. She leaves to mourn hsr passing, one son John Alden of Orem, Utah: six grandchildren, and one sister, May Robins of Long Beach, California. Funeral Services were held (today) Saturday, February 12, 1972 at 3 p.m., in the Christensen Chap-; el, with Bishop R. Eelk officiat ing. Interment was in the Fam-! Uv Plot in Mountain View Cem-eiery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., i Directors of Funeral Service, i C139 l ____ _ WALKINGSHAW Passed away in Ihe city on Friday, Febniary 11, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. WB Adam Armstrong i Walkingshaw, a the age of 78 years, belovet husband of Mrs. Margate Walkingshaw of 1428 6th Aven 1 lie N. Born in Crossbill Loch gelly, Scotland in 1893, UK late Mr. Walkingshaw came tr Leilibridge in He sarvec overseas wilh the Canadiar 1 Army in the First World War returning to farm in the Coal 3 hurst area until retiring tnd Boras, Barristers and Solicitors. 202 Buildino, 740 4tn Avenue South, Lethnrldoe. Alberta. APPROVED: Judge of the Distrlcl Court THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE n the Estate of MARTHA STELLA SAFFEL late of the Town of Barons, fn the Province of Alberta, who died on the 19th day ol December, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that ell persons hav-Inq claims upon the estate of the above named musffile wilh the undersigned Solicitors by the 13th day of Ma en. 1972, a full statement of their cla ms and ol securities held By them. RICE, MACLEAN AND BABKI, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lelhbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST CO. LTD. PHONE 328-5548 FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGE FUNDS AVAILABLE GARAGE AND IMPLEMENT Situated in good southern Alberta town In the heart of gram, call e "nd business industries, with excel, lent payroll. Consists of large br ck building MOOxlOO) plus frame b illd Inn 30x1001 with 300 ft. frontage n mlln section of town. Plenty of yard space for displaying. Due to 1 Health; owner will consider low down payment and take Agreement On Sale in balance ot per cent interest Included In price All heavy Funeral service for Otto Hans Tucken, beloved husband of Mrs. Pauline Sofie Tucken of 922 8lh St. N. who died in the city Tuesday, Feb. 8, 1972, after a brief Illness at the age of 84 years, was held at p.m. Friday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. H. W. Martin officiatjig. A graveside service was held at 2 p.m. today at the Gull Lake, Sask., cemetery with Rev. George Cunningham officiating. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. ALLISON Funeral OF THANKS MILLIDGE I wish to than the doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for Ui care and extende days from the dale of h last publication of this Notice with th Clerk of the said Court and serve copy thereof on the Solicitor for th petitioner, and if you fall to do s the aclion may proceed for divorce may be granted In you 0 "STopy of the Petition may t obtained from Ihe Clerk of the sa court or the undersigned Solicitor. J DATED -this 1st day of February a A.D. 1972. e VIRTUE AND CO. a 10.5 McFarland Building, 5 LETHBRIDGE, Alberta. Cecil Allison, who died at Vauxhall Sunday. Feb. 6, 1972, at the age of 65 years, was held at p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10, in the Parkview United Church, Vauxhall, with Rev. J C.. Daisley officating. Pallbearers were Ron Feldbusch, Harvey and Wally Martin, Ralph McLean, Mac Cotton and John Loewen. Honorary pallbearers were Elmer Mickelberry, Micki Tamaki, John Horton, John Bejger, Heman Feldbusch and Fred Sauter. Interment was in the Vauxhall Cemetery. Humphries Funera] Home Ltd. Taber, Directors of Funera Service was in charge of the 74 LOANS of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Nan, who passed awav February 12, 1969. What would we give her hand to clasp, Her patient face to see. To hear her voice, to see her smile, As in the days that used to be, But some sweet day we'll meet again Bevond the toil arid strife. And clasp each other's hand once more, In heaven, that happy life. Lovingly remembered by her husband Tom and fam-ilv. 6856 PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FO LETHBRIOGE AREA EASY T QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HA KREBS, OFFICE RES DEUCE 255-76-11. ANYTIME. "sub-Contractors may view copies ol Ihe drawings and specifications at the Ca qiry Construction Association, Cal Alberta and al the Lelhbridge f Construction Association, Lcthbridgt-_ A herla. hv SCHWAUTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 Colleqe Mall. Phone Residential. Commercial ProP'-rtJ Farms and ranches. City or low Lowest Interest rates available, ,-ir and second mortgages. Cheque or Bid Bond in the amount ol Ten per cent of the s. Tender price payable to the District 0 n. Sparwood. 51 Tenderers are also required to sup n y a consent of Surety Form n ar 2 amount equal to Fifty per cen of the Contract Sum. The Owner reserves the rlgbt t E, waive Informalities in, or relect any o all Tenders, or to accept the Tende 0- deemed most favourable in the nter ests of the owner. 1- Mi's L. Monfemurr District Cler District of Soarwoo P.O. Box 52 Sparwood, British Co Vivaldi f music set d, for concerts TABER (HNS) Feb. 16 anc 17 are band concert nights a the W. R- Myers High Schoo 1 auditorium. Taber. Wednesday will see the h g school symphonic band, MORTGAGE loans available on farm homes, hotels, motels, commcrc bulldlnos and Industrial properties cated anywhere in Alberta. Past, cc dial, confidential service, at compe tlve rates. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone Funeral service for New Dayton resident Harold Martin Hendricks, who dier1 at Raymond Saturday Feb. 5, 1972, after a brief illness at the age of 65 years was he'd at p.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Memorial Cha pel with Rev. Gaston Marier officiating. Pallbearers were Doug Erskine, Russ Eriekson Allan MatEMi, Earl Holland Dick Teas and John Grey. In ferment was in the family plo in Mountain View Cemetery Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors o Funeral Sen'ice, was in charg of the arrangements. KANA Funeral service to Iver Kana, beloved husband o 1 Mrs. Clara Kana of 1401 17t e Ave. S. who died in the cit T Sunday, Feb. 6, 1972, at th age of 88 years, was held a p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10 3 1972, in the Lutheran Church o the Good S'riepherd with Rev Albert Olsen officiating. Pal e bearers were Clayton Pearson Leonard Finstad. Roy Snar t land, Charlie Tuttle, Bill But terwick and William Hcrbst. In torment was in the Archmoun n Memorial Gardens. Christense 1 Salmon Funernl Home Ltd., D y rectors of Funeral Sen-ice, wa in charge of the arrangement.' 25.10 Kensington Roa CALGARY, Special deals for homeowner at Associates II you''e buying your house, you eligible for a sp.vci.li Horniw.npr L at 'Associates any tiir.c you en That means we m.iv be 10 g yuu a tieller deal, l.cv.er rales longer terms or even bath. The amoiinl you borrow Ir, limited c by the equity you have In your ho S10.000, maybe or m So il you have riiqh-inlcrest deb's standing, cr II you need cash lo second r.ar, boal, rr any other q reason, talk to Associates about B Interr-'l Homeowner Lean much heller off you'll be ong IP 1014 Third Avenue Soul Phone 327-5711 ASSOCIATES REALTY CREDIT McLellan Associates Lta 401 Mayor Moqrath Driv LETHBRIDGE, Albert SMALL LEGS In loving we received that day, we still remember well. 1 Our hearts still ache with j j sadness, our secret tears f Still flow, a For what it meant to lose J you, no one will ever know, t When we are sad and lonely. r and everything goes wrong, r We seem to hear you whisper, cheer lip and carry on. Lovingly remembered by mom and dad, brothers, Nelson Jr., Delvin and Mur-, ray. 0 S RESCUES AND QUT k PERTH. Australia (Renter) i- Beach inspector Terry Colby s rescued eight people from drowning in high seas Friday a and handed in his notice. Colby, y ss, said he was resigning because authorities persistently ii refused to employ an assistant 5. for him. PROVINCE L.J.S.C.A. SALE OF I FARM PROPERTY 1 Tho tollowing property is t 1 I cf Tit e: PARCEL 1" ,e. c n- SWU