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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER PUBLIC NOTICES Tenders will be flccepled for 1 four -xr sfdzn cars wliti iriB ipprcximolc n VB enslr.e, 110" whetl base, auio- TENDERS Swltd tender? will bt received by the Town W CMlrtafe unti'f J p.m. JSnuary 29tn, 1971, S.OOO cubic yard 5.000 cubic yard pit run gravel (Leading, crushing, Muling, dock. piling cut of TUA-TI lltt miles Habby nation." and to start ul _____ fitness proeram? would be an important public KOOP Funeral serv.ce for health measure. Mr. Franz Isaak Koop. beloved -Wife. Mrs. Gail Gooder, Brother, Ronnie Gcodcr. Sisters. Mrs. Bill Wybom and Mrs. Rcbb Plac; and rr.orrer f-nd Mr. and Mrs. Ab5 Bickman. s-ubdue the gun- i man. Police said h; was armed a sa-.'-ed-off shotgun and a sw.tciib.i-je knife. Tnomas Kitcrerj Jr.. special aser.t in charge of the FBI oi- 5934 fice ai Louisville, identified the youth as Dennis V. Durkin. 17. of Pittsburgh. Pa. IN MEMORIAMS LITTLE la tevizg sa-i'v c' PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEP7. Or HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT will i LD ta 11 o'clo.-k i __ o! our ce" _, husband of Mrs. Mara Koop ci passed January il PI IR! IT NOTICES Coaldale who died there Satur- j Forget me not. ruDLiv_ iNwiK-i-o Sidiy Djroiv and Marearet. TENDERS LfclM C.rr... t, ex- terrier r s-ec-sc. J. K. Cf.-A- f i dav. Jan. 13. 1S73, after a long illness at the age o! 77 years. was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in tte Coaldale Mennonite Bre- thren Church with Rev. H. P. Nikkei officiatine. Pallbearers were Walter AUert. Siegiriod SOUGHT ASYLUM While Durkin beU aircraft mechanic Dave Yeakel hostage Li the twin-engine jetliner, he demanded that he be provic'.rf a j p.'.-rj? 'to fly ;Jw AL'Ena'c" to a country that will give me lum." _____ Authorities said his destiua- JOITXSON In lovir.- mem-. Uon Africa. i of i dear rcotrer ccd graad- i Yeakel told authorities after NOTICE TO CREDITORS I Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Funerfl Sen-ice, was in charge of Jie arrangements. 53 Johnson, wrn pass-' ms that he had told the Schmold- Roy Pocza. Dietrich ed away Janucrj- 21.' 1965. I pmmari one of the DC-9's en- David "Ma'thies arci Abe mere" is a rosd csl'.ed remem- was not working. where rhourhls and gave airline offi- meet, We take tha: ra-.d in though; I Goerzen. Intermfnt w2? in the i Coaldale Cemetery. Martin AND CLAIMANTS ccuar PUBLIC NOTICE A.D all perrons tisv PATERSON' HUZIL Drive NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS CARDS OF THANKS I i VALCrc The family oi ihe I late Toay Valcic would like to express their sirrere iSsrJis: to all relatives r_3d friends for' flowers. and frcd. A special thanks to Rev. J Vorabrock. the chci-. the pall-1 bearers and to anyone who hel> ed in cm way. and Bill Perlich crd famijv. KEN'NTV Mrs. Dfbbie Ken- ney and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kebney and famfly wish to convey their thanks to cials uatil 6 a.m. io provide an- other plare, but the intended hi- ;o one can- canie to a swift end no-, greet. j three hours before the deadline. remembered, sadly Kitchens ami Felice rr.iMed. by dsughters Chief Edgar Paul said the po- aad families. mac'.-' five crip; :o 5905 the plane to talk with the youns :man during Lhe night and over sbrs P3375- i morning ho'jrs a? he held Yea- kel. o: hosiace atoard Lhe DC-9 at Standiford Fie'd. a very cool lady." Paul said in police- woman Green, one of two uni- formed women on the re'ace force. FOOD DELHTRED Kitchens Paul said the policewoman rerroned after her fourth trip to the plane, to r'e- Premier Uve- a bae of food, that tne gas price? situation Layer long vest JIFFY trio! Crochet vest, scarf, ha: in fluffy puff stitch using knitting worsted. No. 8 pl.vac hrok. Psrti-m scan. NEW sues 10-16 ir.cl. Crip. S. M. L ir.cl. SEVENTi'-FHX CENTS for patiera cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing ar.d special handling to Alice Brooks, care ol 5-eterrtrT pf HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT STRINGAM, BAINES Earr'sters ard DENECKY PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 1 TRANSPORT 5 cY-.-r'-- :r- cr ..'O s f-v- F T' ww -a vcrK: i: w. cf -a Leu -o IT" i'r-r ''f F re LeVe r'S S'-Pft 'hp e. Airirti, H U'-Bl if3 cf wo-t: EV J7. s. cf Liscer '3 N. t' a i" c i 1 C1'! c-' Ci-e-.' 3 rXV) a' ifc c" c; ti-e cV 1 E r 5 1 r. e e r, W'cf-wavj District Enplnter, Admirv Builaina. tva'iaMe 'o r? s d fcv B) pK r :a" T.'iVO h C ff reoU'frrd __ r i i cs-l r f f, '-i-t'-v' Dotturs f r "f r, c o- n r k ri f ,x b N rcr c' 1 t h dfr 11 i.' :v-.'-i-' r. -j V. E. prices. Mr. Loueheed n noire conference tha: he sincerely be- lieves Ontario premier William Davis came to Alberta this week to find out first hand why the western province wa? ting pressure or. jni? "I don't think ho came any rxirtiouhr plan in to the icie? and why we're doing what we are." One of the things Mr. Davis didn't know, he said, was thai n hicher price on natural cas would enable producing corn- panies IP drill deeper which now are uneconomical. Mr. Loucheod faid energy re- bard. son ard brolhvr, tie Bn-an Deloss Ke-aney. i i WVRZER I w-ould very J much like 10 think the Sisters f'.aif on "Third Kcupita! fo: ihe wordorftM cars I received dui-- ng n-.y re-.ent iilr.rss. AUo offered to give up his eun if Lhe 65 y-g policewoman wo'ald come u? Ontario IT on flattery thh wj-.-.e.- witi a s'.eek prinoesB dre-'s ard easy jacket tint locks like e suit when or Seadl Frir.lcd Puf.em 4K9: NEW Misses- S. iO. :2. H. IS, i: ;bus; 34-i lakes 3 yardi SSbch fabric. Fn'E CENTS in coir.s (no stamps, please) fcr each 15 cents for each pattern for firsl-dass maiiiie and fpecial handling. Print pliinly SIZE. NAME, ADDUEfS. STYLE .NUMBER. Send order to AXNE AD.AMS. care of A.VXE ADAMS, 6', Front St. W Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM. BEH. Y017. XAirE ANTJ AD- and the name of the Lelhhridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald nurses a: the Pi.Tiire Bu'ie Municipal and tte doc- :crs of iss Haig Clinic. The cards, flowers, and visits from my family, rek'ives and friends were greatly upprecicte.l r-d I would like to especially thank th? Picture Butte knigr.'i p.1 Columbus and C.W.L to express source? are becoming a dom- inant factor in Canada and tlip.t intercut in resources shous the our sincere r.Dproiaiion to t.V provmro in rnamsuvara o. l doctors ar.d the sail of South- i land XursBiR Homo for the kiKi-' noss crxi wonderful care extend- ed our father. Mr. Gafpar Sor.n during his stay thcs-e. A spevial nct lssue thank j-ou to Reverend G. Teles i and Reverend L. Hsnkinson for rhoir kind r.rd romforting for conducting the service. We sre gratehd to oiir ninny friends and relatives fw their cards, flowers, food snd expres- sions of condolence during our OSAKA. Japan recent bereavement. 'Seventy-one persons were In- Sora family. j'.i-ed 17 serieuily in an I'h.irles N'enidh and fsniily, explosion ai a painl-nukini: (.10 Alex end lory here (oday, police I ed." I Explosion CALL 1027 GLACIER DRIVE SOUTH View this 3 beciriv-n K'Hgc'ew ir atiraciivp rrsiapriiol near prlf room en main ilicinp c-n to padp, C0ri39c and ;cr Fealurei walnut cabiT-fts ond b-jih-in norv M.L.S. To view call: PETER BERGER-327-0301 JOHN PENNER 328-6523 VERNA COUTTS-327-6697 ALICE HAHN 327-3708 ;