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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta By THE CANADIAN PUESS Robert Johnston, 58, vice-president in charge of freight marketing for Canadian National Railways. Los Morrison, 25, lead singer of the rock group The Doors, of a heart ailment. New Shavers, 51, composer and trumpeter who was featured soloist with Tommy Dorsey's orchestra and who led his own group through Europe. Michael Leven- thal. 69, co-discoverer" of a corn- pursuant io the provisions of S Public Notice is hereby given that t 26 intends io untJertaKe the constr local Improvement. The estimated men! is repayable over a pe Interest not exceeding nine per centui lands abutting that portion of the si ment is made at a uniform rate over the said period of 25 years. All costs in excess of the aforem by the County of Lethbridge No. 26 The location of the oroposed ON FROM 1. Albert St. Westminister Road 5, Main ST. Westminister Road 3. William St. Westminister Road 4. Meldrurn St. Westminister Road 5. Clifford St. Lane Between Bio 1 and 2, Plan 499E 6. Lane between Clifford Street Block 1 2 Plan 4998AE 7. Roy Avenue Albert Street Pursuant to the provisions Public Notice is hereby given t Z6 intends Io .undertake the ci Hardieville as a local improve! local improvement is S93.200.00 interest not exceeding nine pe lands abutting that porlion of ment is made at a uniform ratassed away July 10, 1965. No loved one stood beside him, to hear his last farewell, No words of comfort did he. hear, from those who loved him well. Some day we hope to meet him, some day we know not when, We'll clasp his hand In a better land, never to part again. remembered by his brother Larry and family. 2847 YANKE In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Elmer L. Yanke, who passed away July 12, 1969. I often sit and think of you, and of the way you died. Many times I have longed for you. Many times I have cried. My heart aches for you, my tears often flow, For what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. remembered anc sadly missed by mom, dad, Jack, Lydia Yanke, Orior Alberta; sister Betty anc family; brother Bill anc family. cherries HOOD RIVER, Ore. (AP) -Diamond Fruit Growers says it has a standing order for two boxes of cherries a week to be shipped to Mr. and Mrs. Aristotle Onassis "in Greece or one of the Mediterranean islands." A company spokesman says the cherries cost ?7.50 a bra, plus a box air freight charges, bringing the cost a pound to about Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Ferguson wish to announce the birth of their son, Christopher William, bom July 3 at St. Michael's Hospital1, weighing 7 Ibs. 7 ozs. Insured. 2864 WYROSTOK Irwin and Betty Lou are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Katherine Ann (7 Ibs. 5 ozs.) on June 30, 1971. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. D. Bobehak of Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wyrostok of Coalhurst. HBRIDGE NO. 26 NOTICE on 145 of ihe Municipal Taxation Council of Ihe County of Uthbridge No. on of water distribution system as a of the aforementioned local Improve-of 25 (twenty-five) years at a rate of i per annum and to charge the at or place wherein the local improve-0.76 cents per front foot of frontage oned rate per front foot will be borne large, al Improvement Is as TO FT FRONTAGE 169 ft. west of Frank Ave. 1942.0 U9 ft. west of Frank Ave. 2165.5 Lot 10, Block 2 Plan WS9Y 1955.0 Lot 10, Block 4 Plan WBPY 1955.0 S Lot 34, Block 3 Plan 4998A6 832.5 165 ft. south of Clifford St. 775.7 Clifford Street 0 Total Ft. 9035.7 he malority of the owners of the lands ntlng at least one-half in value thereof nst It within two weeks after the last provement may be undertaken end the assessment referred to in this notice. has, within the time limited in that gainst the local Improvement or assess-undertake the proposed Improvement giving of the notice. Notice will be the 17th day of July, 1971. is day of July, 1971. jill. Secretary Treasurer Lethbridge No. 26 Funeral service for Mrs. Alice Maud Parker, beloved wife of the late Mr. Bernard Parker, who died in Picture Butte Tuesday, July 6, 1971, following a lengthy illness, at the age of 87 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, July 8 in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, Lethbridge, with Rev. R. L. Crisfield and Rev. E. R. Doyle officiating.' Mrs. Parker held life memberships in the Women's Associations of the Royal Canadian Legion and the Anglican Church and the Order of the Royal Purple. Pallbearers at the funeral were Vernon Amundson, Eddy Nish-ida, Peter Wright, William Kir-by, Harry Watson and Melvin Johnson. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of MAGV CHECK TH RPM SPECIAL 14x7 SPOKE MAG Complete and Installed, -a TRACKMASTER Plus 14x7 ALUMINUM SLOT M Complete and Installed. Ea JETSTREAM MAG (Slotted All 14x6 each 29.95 Complete and Installed All 15x4 each 32.95 Complete and Installed All 15x8 each 42.95 Complete and Installed CHROME REVERSE WHEELS All 14x6 each 19.95 Complete and Installed All 14x7 each 22.95 Complete and Installed All 15x10 each 45.00 Complete and Installed ALL ABOVE ARE ROCKET W MANY MOR -A CYCLONE For most popular and ESE PRICES 3K50 SEMAK Anna, of Calgary, formerly of Lethbridge, passed away in Calgary on Thursday, July 8, 1971, at the age of 76 years, beloved mother of Steve S'emak of Calgary. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. 37.50 Steel Dish) All 14x7 each 32.95 Complete and Installed All 15x7 each 32.95 Complete and Installed All 15x10 each 52.95 Complete and Installed All each 19.95 Complete and Installed All 15x8 each 35.00 Complete and Installed 15x6 Early lare VW each 24.95 HBRIDGE NO. 26 NOTICE on 145 of the Municipal Taxation Act, Council of the County of Lethbridge No. sn of Sewer System in the Hamlet of e estimated cost of the aforementioned e over a period of 25 years at a rate of n per annum and to charge the et or place wherein the local Improve-cents per front foot of frontage over the lioned rate per front foot will be borne large. TO FT. FRONTAGE 169 ft. west of Frank Ave. 1942.0 16? ft. west of Frank Ave. 2165.5 S3 ft. west of 1955.0 west boundary Lot 10, Block 2, Plan 6469 Y 33 ft. west of west boundary Lot 10, Block 4, Plan 64B9Y 1955.0 s 33 ft. west of west boundary Lot 34, Block 3, Plan 4998AE 165 ft. south of Clifford St. 175.7 Clifford Street 0 Total Ft. of Frontage CHIEF Passed away in Edmonton, Thursday, July 8, 1971, Sally Anne Spear Chief, aged 11 years, beloved daughter of Mrs. Mary Anne Spear Chief of the Blood Reserve. The funeral service will be held in St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church, Monday at a.m., Hev. Fred Bokenfohr officiating. Interment, St. Catherine's Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. heart surgery patient 'doing fine' CAPE TOWN Popa, a 15-year-old Romanian girl who underwent an intricate heart operation at South Africa's Groote Schuur Hospital Thursday, is "doing fine, a hospital spokesman reported today. The operation, aimed at improving the flow of blood from the girl's lungs to her heart, was performed by Dr. Chris-tiaan Barnard's heart team and lasted several hours. The spokesman said that U all g o e s well, Miss Popa may be discharged from hospital in two OF THANKS ERICKSON you to all our relatives and friends who sent flowers, letters and cards during our recent stay in hospital following our accident. and Alice Erickson. 2844 TENNANT Thanks to all who made my visit to Lethbridge such a long-to-be remembered occasion. Particularly thanks to all who entertained me ,or for me. It was wonderful to be home and to see so many friends. Sorry about those I did not see. Time was just too short. In loving memory of a dear husband and father who passed away July 11 1969. Two years have passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay. A million words cannot express, Our heartache, sadness ant loneliness. remembered by his wife and daughters Florence, Donna anc Debbie. and Installed HEELS FULLY GUARANTEED E AVAILABLE LSO-HEADERS 115.00 BIRTHRATE The annual birthrate of Pakistan is more than 50 per thousand of available For Periet 49.95 COVERS Special 19 can (front and rear) TOWN AND COUNTRY SPEED CENTRE 2U milei east of the Lethbridge Airport Euildingi on McNally School Road PHONE TO 1. Albert St. Westminister Road 2. Main St. Westminister Road 3. William St. Westminister Road 4. Meldrum St. Westminister Road 5. Clifford St. Lane Between 1 and 2, Plan 64B9Y 6. Lane between Clifford Street Block 1 2 Plan 499BAE 7. 243 It. east of Albert Street west Boundary of legal sub- division 76 in Sec. 18 to 9 Rg 21 W4M The location of the propi___ ___.....r_______ ._ ___ NotlcB Is further given that unless the majority of the owners of the lands that may be assossed thereof, representing at least one-half on value thereof es aforesalt, petition the Council against if within two weeks after the last publication of the notice, the local improvement may be undertaken and the cost thereof assessed by the system ot assessment referred to in this notice. If no petition sufficiently signed has, within the time limited in that behalf, been presented to the Council against the local Improvement or assess- ment aforementioned, the Council may undertake the proposed local Im- provement at any time within three years ot the giving of the notice. Date of the last publication of this Notice will be the 17th day of July, 1971. Dated at City of Lefhbrldge this 6th day of July, 1971 (Signed) W. R. AAadtll, Secretary Treasurer County of Lethbridge No. 26 B20 QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8 18. (NORMAL GARMENTS) PRE-SPOTTED AND AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUALLY 1V4 HOURS -NO NEED TO WAIT -LEAVE YOUR LOAD WITH US -WE'LL DO IT FOR YOU AND HANG IT UP -CALL BACK LATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Parkside Coin-Op Laundry Dry Clean Ltd. FIRST IN LETHBRIDGE WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 South Parkside Drive For Further Information 327'0811 p.m. WEEKDAYS p.m. SAT. BURSARIES FOR INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS Alberta Government free agent bursaries are avail- able to candidates preparing to teach Industrial Edu- cation courses. Candidates must have a journeyman's certificate, qualify for university entrance and prepare to teach one of the following subjects; Beauty Culture Food Preparation Welding Building Construction Only candidates who on the above criteria should apply for a bursary to: Dr. J. D. Harder Department of Education Executive Building 109 Street, Jasper Avenue Edmonton, Alberta Ed-u-ca-tion Government of Alberta Auto Body Machine Stcop Electronics tenders tor the crushing and stock- piling of Approximately yards gravel, one In. crush on Blood Indian Reserve. cubic yards at Bull Horn Pit located 2B-3-26-J. 1S.ODO cubic yards at standoff Pit located Closing' data July 1971 at .m. Wl.s.T. Tender documents available at: DISTRICT OFFICE 206 Federal Building LETHBRIDGE, Alberta B9 THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned Intends to apply to The Alberta Liquor Control Board for a licence to sell beer, wine and liquor by the glass for consumption only on the licensed portion ot the premises In accordance with the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act and the Reg- ulations made thereunder with respect to the following described premises: Name of Applicant: MIRROR HOTEL COMPANY LIMITED DALLAS HOTEL Address 5lh Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta. Lot 12 and 13. Block 31. Plan No. 4353 S Objections to this application shall be made forthwilh to The Alberta Li- quor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this yth day of July, 1971. MIRROR HOTEL COMPANY LIMITED JAMES CLARE WADDELL PRESIDENT tlM Happy Valley Flats, Floreal, Mauritius. 2714-lOh BRINDLEY The family of the late Mrs. Alice L. Brindley wish to thank all their Mends and relatives who helped in so many ways during their recent bereavement. The many cards, kind words and floral tributes were deeply appreciated. Our special thanks to the doctor and the nurses and staff of the Muni- cipal Hospital, and the Rev. R. L. Orisfield. Dennis and families. 2795 BERGLUND We wish to express our sincere thanks to the many friends and relatives who sent cards and flowers and offered kind words of sympathy during our recent bereavement A special thanks to Rev. Cris- field for his kind words and to Mr. C. Campbell' of the Roya' Canadian Legion for his assist- ance. Also to the ladies auxili- ary of the Fraternal Order of Eagl'es who most graciously supplied and served the lunch and donated the facilities oi their hall for the luncheon after the funeral. This was all ap- preciated by Mrs. F. Berglund and family. 2865-12 FAIRFIEIDS MEETS CALGARY PRICES! Foirfield announces that they will now meet oil Cal- gary regular prices on all of the following: MATADni A TELEVISION AND ImJIUKULA SOUND EQUIPMENT INGLIS WASHERS DRYERS REFRIGERATORS UAAlfCD FLOOR CARE PRODUCTS rfUUVEK WASHER-DRYER APPLIANCES C A UVA SOUND EQUIPMENT d AN III WASHERS VACUUMS, etc. FOR THE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN SEE APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. Phone 327-6684 FAIRFIELD 1244 3rd Ave. S. Prairie farmers Make sure your permit books are properly filled in! There is a new basis for grain delivery this year. For most fanners all their cultivated acres can be assigned for the delivery of the six major grains in whatever proportion the farmer chooses. The details were outlined in a pamphlet mailed to all permit book holders by the Canadian Wheat Board. If you did not get one, contact the Wheat Board or your elevator agent. Your permit book is your passport to deliveries! Fill yours out before July 15! An opportunity will be given to all permit holders who get their permits on time to reassign acres in the fall when they know what crop conditions have been. For more information check with: ...The Canadian Wheat Board, Winnipeg ...Your local elevator agent. Issued under the authority of Hon. H. A. Olson, Minister Canada Department of Hon. Otto Lang, Minister Responsible for Ihe Canadian Wheat Board ;