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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta February 19, 1972 CJ 1 Junerat. 0 wi r> H'leinoi'iams g CARD OF THANKS ZANGBELL I wish to LtTHBRIDOI HWAJJ5 23 Won legal case., Alberto farmer dies EDMONTON (CP) -Michael Borys, a Leduc, Alia., farmer who won a legal battle against Impsrial Oil Co, Ltd., and the Canadian Pacific Railway for natural gas rights on his property in 1950, will be buried Saturday. He died Tuesday at C7. In 1950 he filed a claim against Imperial Oil and CPR alleging that he wr.s the owner of the natural gas found on his property ami that fire companies had to remove Jie gas without consent or compensation. Ills victory set a legal precedent. Tlie companies argued that because Imperial the oil rights on the properly, it also held the gas rights. 66 BUSINESS 'c j ni (-.ami EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER-vlce. Weddlrns, clubs, elc. Phone MEAT MARKET FOR IM-mediale inle. Good location. Write Box B6, Herald. NOTICE One whlla pig, Approximalely 220 Impounded In Ihe Clly Pound. G. C. Andersen Pounclkceper. OF ANNUAL MEETING PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given hal a Meeling ol the Electors of the Vllaqe cf Foremosl will be held in he CommunMy Hall on Monday, the 28 day cf February, at H o'clock p.m., for Ihe discussion of Municlpa affairs for the year ending December hlrly-flrsl, 1971. Dated at Foremost this lilh day ot February 1972, A. H. RATZLAFF ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 The following apnlicalion for a de- vclopmtnl permit nas been approved by Ine Municipal Planning Commission en February 16, 1977: R. Chambers Approval n ir ncipal to establish a mobile home iark In the vicinlly of 26lh Avenue and 13lh Slret! Ncrlh. Any perscn affeclrd by Ihe said decision may appeal such decision o the Development Appeal Board by delivering ell her personally cr by Registered Mail, tlelemenl cf the grounds cf appeal to reach the Office D! Ihe Cily Clerk in the Cily Hal not aler lhan March 1, 1973. Dale; February 17, 1972 Developmenl YOUNG MAN LIKE TO mDcl aflracllve girl 25-30. Objecl, companionship and Inn. Love children, Wrllc Box 104, Herald, HOTEL Fcrnlc, B.C. Oilers. Will neno-liale. X2D6I05. 67 SERVICES AND Tenders will be accepled unlll March 1, 1972, to supply this County's re-qulremenls of dlesel fuel, henllng oil, gasoline ond propane for the HANDYMAN FIX ANYTHING around Ihe house. Phone nf-lernoons and evenings, BUILDING For sale cr rent on main sired Taber, 24x99 II. Write Dox 'J, McKENZfE Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy McKcnzie are pleased to announce the birth of their KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SERVICE KIRQY COMPANY OF LEIH-BRIDGE 32B-8P6I. LETHB RIDGE dealer In lost growing Recreational Vehicle seeks atllve partner lo Inuesl JIO.COO. Apply in con-1 dence to Box 75, Herald. Tenders may be for cilher pro-due or fcr all four. The or any tender ncl necessarily accepled. Envelope should be clearly marked "Tenders Icr Fuel." D. M. Molladay Secretary Treasurer Caunly of Warner No. WARNER, Alberln doctors, nurses and staff on first east, St. Michael's Hospital for their care while I was a latient there; also to my rela-ives and friends for the cards, lowers and visits. Zangbell HAVE YOUR FURNITURE REUP-holslcred for less. Provisional worK-manship. Phone 32B-9525, aller i, p.m. Tenders will be accepled until March 1972, lo provide Ins following trucks: Half tans wilh aulomallc (ransmls-s ons and rear ends One ton wilh dual w'iecls and 4 speed transmission. The Council may accept Ihe lender rom cne supplier for either one, rwo or all the units. The Icv.'csl or any tender net neccs-sari y accepled. The envelope should be plainly marked "Tenders for D. M. Holladay Sccrelary-Treasurer Counly cl Warner r'r 3 WARNER, Alberla. Day. SALE Four-chair b e a u 1 y parlour localed in large hotel in Leth-bridge. Equipment in excellent condilion. Total asking price Lease per month. For further information contact Tim Filuk at Schwartz Agencies Limited, Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 328-3331 or 328-3443. LITCTIFIELD Fcrl 'THERN STAMP AND STENCIL si amps, corpLralo seals, e1c. SamC'doy service. 1323 5. Phone 336-511 J. TYPISTS Required by lwo Government De-partmenls In l.clhbrldge, to perform yping. Filing and retention is Is duties. 3ne posilion requires a definilc apll-lude for malhe m a M c s. Applicants should have Grade 12 preferably supplemented by related business courses. Proficiency In typing and general office duties is essential. Applicants wilh related experience are preferred. Salary S317 lo 5386 per monlh depend-Inq upon qualificallons. APPLY TO: CANADA MANPOWER CENTER, 419 7TH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ATTENTION: MRS. L. passed away in Tater on Friday, February 18, 1972, at ne age of 80 years, bsloved rife of the laie Joseph Litch-icld, of Taber. Funeral ar-angemsnta will be announced vhen completed. CHHISTEN-SEN SALMON FUNERAL LTD., in charge of ar-angement. MEMORIAMS TURIC Nikola, father. How mtny single flowers can bring us together again -Judy iTAG SALES AtlD SERVICE. SER .cs on all makes cl waihtrs and oryers, aulomatic or canvcnlicnal. Also all small appliances, mowers, Irons, vacuum cleaners, Die. Mo job Too large or loo small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Avc. 5 327-.id5fi. SALE OF FARM LAND The property Is offered for a e by tender subject to the rcilric-ions In Ihe existing Certificate cf Title: The West 990 Feel of Ihe Soulh Wesl One Quarter of Section t. Town-ih p 10, Ranee 17 West ot the 69B TRAVEL TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON HEATHERSHAW, lale rf Ihe Town of Maqralh, in the Province of Alberla, win on Ihe Bin day cf Aunusl, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE thai all per s o n s hav ng claims up en the cslale of Ihe above named must file with Ihe undersigned Sollcllors by the 30lh day of March, A.D. 1972, a full slatemenl of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 301 Canada Trust Building Lclhbridge, Alberla Sollcllors for the Executors, THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY Charter Flight Informalion Nikola. loving MEXICO SPAIN The mosl economical way ID trave Wrlle us lor details SUN FUN HOLIDAYS 400 Lancaster Bldg., 304 8lh Avenue S.W., Calgary 2. Phone 269-1487 FLOOR OPPORTUNITY Provincial and Area Franchise available lo intcrnilional company product lor ooricullural industry. Fantaclic gaming polenlial Product now dislribuled In Unlled Slates and Canada. WRITE: Franchise Director Box 483 Sioux Falls, So. Dak. 57101 containing 60 acres more or Reserving unlo Her all mines and The land Is irrlgaled farm land, no lulldings, in Ihe vicinity cf Taber, Alberla. Tenders in sealed enveloces marked D.C. accompanied h" R erlilled cheque cr cash fcr ItP.i of Ihe mounl cf Ihe lender, musl te in the ands of the Clerk of the Dislrict Courl, Court House, Lelhbridcje, by I'clock noon, March 20, A.D. 1973. All enders lo Ihe approval of the Courl. The balance of the purchase price hall be paid into Court within 30 ays after acceoiance cf tender. If he successful lenderpr dees nol com-ilete the purchase afler acceptance cf iis tender, Ihe deposit shall be for-eited. The highest or any lender not scessarlly accepted. Cheques of un-uccessful tenderers will be rel urned o Ihem. For further parllculars apply t o Messrs. Prilchard, Higa and Boras, Barristers and Solicitors, 202 Prcrfes-ional Building. 740 4th Avenue Soulh, Lcthbridqe, Alberta, APPROVED: C. Judge of the District Court Passed away in Mggratn en Friday, February 8th, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. Frank Allen, at the aec 82 years, of Mggraih. runeral arrangements will be t-Tinounced completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Diree-ors of Funeral Service. Happiness in my world was lost wilh your smile, Love not returned lo my life. This dry r.nd every, In my deepest secret mind. remembered b y Franjka. roundup finally ended EDMONTON (CP) It took several weeks, hut the Vegreville Fish end Game Association has finally ccm-jlclcd Ihe ell; ro'.mdup at Elk sland National Park 20 miles east of here. Association members, aided )y park personnel, managed to KITCHEN VENTILATION SYSTEM LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL Sealed tenders in accord wilh )he contracl documenls for 1he above works, will be received unlil p.m. Tuesday, March 7th, 1972, addressed o the Chairman of the Board In care of Mr. A. Andreachuk Admlnlslralor, .e hbridgc Municipal Hospital. Contract documents may be obtained by Inleresled Conlrac-ors from Robins Milchsll Watson, Architects nnd Engineers, 529 6th Street Soulh, Lethbridge. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. 70 James Robert, away in Prince George, 3 C., on Tuesday, February 5ti, 1972, at the age of 78 beloved husband of the ale Ethel Thomspon Swiimey. services will be held in be Glenwood L.D S. Chapel on Monday, February 21st at 1 >.m., wilh Bishop Winston 3ohne officaling. Intermenl vill follow in the Glenwood Cemeterv. CHRISTENEEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors cf Funeral Service. of two precious children, Vanda and Travis Hirscbe, who were taken from us February 17, 971. Ever remembered and MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE eErimales. Pruning, trimming anil felling. Call 32B-2Wi. 7030 TREES TRIMMED OR REMOVED for less. Equipped for large or sma 1 Free estimates. Phcne REMOVAL OF TELEPHONE PLANT Sealed Tenders marked "Contract No. are Invited but musl be ecelved at Ihe office ol the General Manager, Alberta Government Telephones, Box 2411, 10030-100 Street, 1st Floor, Edmonton, Alberla, not later nan p.m. M.S.T., Thursday, March 9, 1972, for: Eslimate 800178, Project 3832, Leth-bridgc, for Ihe removal of approx-mately 2BB cct. miles of copper and si eel wire, 1200 poles, 3928 cross arms and 2080 wooden side brackets. Competition dale shall be July 1, 972. Only contractors employing qualified inemen apply. Plans and Specif lea lions may be obtained from Ihe office of Ihe Super-v sor Conlract Administration, Purchas-ng Department, Alberta Government Telephones, Box 2-111, 10020-100 Street, 24lh Floor, Edmonton, Alberta and are available to contractors operating In Ihe Province of Alberta on deposit of a Fitry Dollar (S50.00) Certified Zheque, which will be refunded 11 Plans and Specifics lions are returned lo this office wilhin fourleen (14) days after closing date of tenders, otherwise Ihe deposit shall be forfeit. Each lender must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the value of 10 percent of the tender. The successful bidder will be re quired lo furnish a Performance Bone and a Labour and Material Pnymen Bond, each In the value of 50 percen of Ihe Conlract. All Inquiries regarding the work o this lender shall be directed lo Distric Construction Superintendent, South phone 261-5136, Calgary. The right Is reserved lo reject any or all bids. J. W. DODDS, General LEASE TRAVELCENTRE TRUCKSTOP Together wilh Husky House Restaurant on Highway No. 3 of Salmo, British Columbia. Approximately required to finance both businesses. Please reply giving details as fo experience, financial status and other pertinent information to box 97, Herald. Scaled tenders will be received for supply, delivery and laying of approximately elghl Inch cement j ocks for Ihe conslrucllon of the lion 1o Ihe Royal Canadian Legion, Bow Island Branch No. 197. Construction lo slart as soon as frost permlls. Also, under separate lender, approylmalely one hundred and twenty wo lineal fcrt of foundation footing. Sec Mr R. T. Hoakins lor plans end specifications. Tenders close Thursday, March 2nd, at p.m., M.S.T., 1P72. Lowest nr any lender not necessarily accepted. Reg. T. Hopkins Chairman, Building Committee grandpa, grandma End Auntie Val. 30 elk cnto trucks for ransfer lo the clear bills area 420 miles northwest of here. The roundup was slarted to >revent starvation in the park elk herd, wbicii hsd outgrown available grazing grounds. Previously, there had been a controlled slaughter of surplus animals. Tlie association plans a second roundup and hopes to transplant 135 elk before spring. "Once this one is Vegreville club member Elmer Schultz said, "one of our big projects will be an attempt to get permission to restock camp Waimvright with elk." Wainwriglit 15 a Canadian Armed Forces Ease in southeastern Alberta. "It's hard to say when we'll have collected enough for a second park superintendent Don McMillan said. Mr. Schulb said "you've got lo be some sort of psychologist" at the game of enticing elk onto trucks. LACOMBE NURSERIES LTD. WE prune trees and shrubs prclcssinnslly. Phono 345-4633. No Sunday calls FOR OUR WINTER WORKS In loving memory of a dear felher, Steve Pocza Sr., who passed away February 0, 19G3. Two tired eyes are resting, Two willing hands are still, The one who always worked so hard Is resting al God's will. God saw you getting tired, He knew you needed rest, His garden must be beautiful, He only lakes tlie best. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by daughter Agnes. 7119 OSTAF1C11UK In loving memcry of a dear mother, who massed away February 19, 1964. We lost a mother with a heart of gold, How much we miss her can never be told, She shared our troubles, and helped us along If we follow her footsteps we will never go wrong. loved and sadlj missed by Dennis and Tiny Gather. and glvina FREE ESTIMATES (in trimming of TREES and- HEDGES, lo be done Ihis winler. Phone OF FERNIE, B.C. NOTICE TO TENDERERS Scaled Tenders for the construe! ion of a Sewage Treatment Planf and San-lary Sewer Mains for the City ol Fer-n e, addressed lo the Clerk, will be received up to P.M. on March 14, 1972, at the Fernie Cily Hall. Copies of the Drawings and Specifications may be ohfainetl from 1he office of the Consullino Engineers, upon a deposit ol Fifty (150.00) Dollars by cheque made payable to the Engineers. Dcposils will be returned provided Drawings and Specifications arc relumed lo Iho Engineers In good condition. Sub Conlradors may view copies o the Drawings and Specifications at the Calgary Construction Associalion, Calgary, Alberta, and at the Lethbridge Construction Association, Lethbridge, Alberla. Tenders must be accompanied by a Cerlified Cheque or Bid Bond In the amount of Ten (10 per cenl] Percent of Ihe Tender prke, payable to Ihe city of Fernie. Tenderers are also required lo supply a Consent of Surety Form In an amount equal lo Filly 150 per cenl) Percent ot tha Contract Sum. The Owner reserves ihe right lo waive Informalities In or rejecl any or all Tenders, or lo accepl Ihe Ten der deemed most favorable In Ihe In lerests of Ihe Owner. Mr. F. Bulala Clly of Fernie c'o Cily Hall Fernie, British Columbia Underwood McLellan dnd Assotlales Limited 2HO Kenslnglon Road N.W. Calgary 42, Alberta and 401 Mayor Magralh Drive Lelhbridfle, 71 POULTRY AND LIVE YOUNG GEESE. GANDERS and hens. Phone 732 4936, Piclurc Bulle. General Hospital, Thursday, February 17, 1972, Maurice L. (Ted) Johnson, who had made his home at Nanton the last 20 years. Survived by his ,vife, Luvcrne; two sons, Her-Dert, Toronto, Dennis, Inuvik; daughters, Patricia Meyer, Taber, Roberta Robinson, Cal-jarv; two brothers, James, Hancy, B.C., Robert, Leth-liridge; two sisters, Frances Tillack, Haney, B.C., Betty Browcr, Pincher Creek; seven grandchildren. Memorial service will be held in Nanton United Church Sunday, February 20 at 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Nar.ton United Church Choir 7169 VELETI Passed away in a Calgary hospital after a briei illnsss, Friday, February 18, 1972, Steve William, age 68 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Veleti of 3 Garrick Drive S.W., Calgary and dear father of Mr. John C. Veleti, Mrs. Peter (Florence) Verkley and Mrs George (Catherine) HEAVY YOUNG ROASTERS, pan ready 39 cents per Ih Fryers 39 cents per Ih. Free delivery Hellmulh Dyck, Coaldale, 345-3224. SALE OF FARM PROPERTY The properly is offered for sale by tender to Ihn reslric-1 ons In Ins existing Certificales of Title, namely: The East Half or Section Nineteen in Nine Ranae Eleven Wesl of Ihe Fourth Meridian, In the Province of A -berta, containing Three Hundred and Twenty (320) acres, more or less; RESERVING unlo Her Her Successors and assigns all mines end minerals and the right to work the same as set forlh In Relents registered as 2348 BU es lo Ihe South East Ouerler and 6012 Z as to the North East Quarter and also subject fo such olher reservoHons, conditions, rights and provisos as ara contained In the said Patents. The above described lands are situated approximately 14 miles from the Town of Bow Island. The Lands comprise 320 acres more or less and has a house and two barns. Tenders in cealed envelopes marked S.C. 454 accompanied by a cerllf ed cheque or cash for of the amount of the Tender must be In the hands of the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Court House, Medicine Hat, Alberta bv o'clock neon, the 37th day ot March, 1973. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid lo Ihe Clerk of the Supreme Courl, Court House, Medicine Hat, Alberta, within 30 days afler acceplance of the lender. If Ihe successful tenderer does not complete the purchase a Her acceptance of his lender, Ihe deposit shall be forfeited The highesl or any tender not necessarily accepled. Cheques or cash of unsuccessful tenderers will returned to them. For further particulars apply to Messrs. MACLEAN, WIEDEMANH fc THORSTEINSON, Barristers fc Solicitors, 525 2nd Street S.E., Medicine Hat, Alberta. DATED at Medicine Hat, Alberta, this 30th day of December, A.D. 1971. M. Hay, Clerk cf the Supreme Court. Approved: C. Yanosik Local J.udge of Ihe Supreme 72 PETS AND BLACK LAD. PUPS. PHONE 752-S1SS, RAYMOND. FOR SALE REGISTERED COCKER Spaniel puppies. Phone 32B-1070. LOANS A BLACK FEMALE PUPPY, TO GIVE away. Phone 323-7JBO MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KRFBS, OFFICE 246-4011; RESIDENCE 2557441, ANYTIME. 5457 REGISTERED MINIATURE AMERI-can Eskimo pups. All white Phone 327-P322. BLACK TOY POODLE PUPPY FOR tale. Seven weeks old. Phone 32B-3E76. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall. Phone The widest Facility available. We consider ALL TYPES of morlunge loans. SMALL ANIMAL CAGES, MULTIPLE units, wilh wnlercrs and feeders. Phcne 327-1192, evenings. seek accord on bi-bi buses MONCTON, N.B. (CP) attempts to win bilingual city sen-ices for Acadians are expected to be based on a call for co-operalion among the city's Engbsh and French rcs> denls. More than demonstrators marched peacefully to City Hall recently to bury a coffin said to represent mistrust between the two groups. They burned a banner with tlie word French for "fear." has grown in recent weeks as young Acadian protesters demanded Frenchman-guage sen-ices at City Hall. Tension reached a new level Tuesday night city council voted 5 to 4 to table the miller of bilingual rights ond '.ike nti niinediale action on Acadian request. MAYOR'S VOTE TIIF. KEY Mayor Leonard C. Jones, d.'lcn the U-.'gct ot verbal assaults by joung Acadians, cast the deciding ballot after council voted 4 lo 4 CH a motion L> table letters a Arguing lai'.l in faior and against Iho proposal. Five s'.udcnls fmm the pre-dcm'-narily Frcnch-lar.gusga University of Jlonclon wove dj-laiivd af'sr Ilicy with cuislde the c'.ly ccuncil Representatives cf t li e Ac.T.'.ian c o in m unit y. wliich makes up about 2ri per ol Uic city's 15.000 rollouts, f.'iock rr.d disappoint-monl. with 1'ic rainril