Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
halm The 13 PUBLIC NOTICES SCHOOL INSURANCE TENDER CUARESHOLM, Alberlfl 11 tc received by tue Sectary up lo Neon, June ?6lh, 1972-ender may be cb-Ined from Ihe Secretary-Treasurer In e School Division Office In CreeK School Division Mo. 3 reserves the rigtil to any r all Tenders or any portion Iherett nd !o modify any coverage or seclinr. s rtesirctf. R, E. Congdon, Secretary-Treasurer, wiUow Creek School Division No, HAT COLLEGE MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA TENDER For eonslrucllon ol ft running track at Mfldlclna Har College, Medlcltii Alberta, Friter-ds lo construct running track of 400 melers and also a number cf other alNelk slations Irv eonlunclton the track. The Irack [5 asphalt over a gravel and crushed rock base with an asbestos admixture lopping. Plans and specifications may be obtained by placing a fifty dollar deposit with: w. G. Slewarl Business Manager Medicine Hal College Medicine Hal, Alberta Tenders will be received at the ACT APPLICATION TO CHANGE AREA OF A DISTRICT (SECTION 10) TAKE NOTICE that unless a wrlllen obledlon from any persons having a bcna fide Interest In Ihe matter Is Mted en or before Junfl 26, 1972 with the Irrigation Council, Department of Agriculture, al Rm. 505, Agriculture Building. Edmonton, Alberta, or fhal Ihe petMion be by the dlitrlcl court Instead cf the Local AulhorlHes Board, Ihe Council may approve the petition to Include a parcel In 1he Sf. Mary River IrrigoUon District lor the puropse of water rlghls to Irrigate 55.0 acres In the N-E. RoteM Noel Harris CPctllioncr) NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDER For: Drilling Waler Wells, Black foot Indian Reserve, Blackfool Sloney Sarcea Dlslrlct Index No, t Sealed lenders, marked 1o content addressed to Dept. of Indian AHalr and Northern Development, 401 Cu tomi Bldg., Calgary 71, Alberta, v.-l be received up lo: Time: p.m. (M.D.S.T.) Dale June 19, 1972 Tender document can be: Obtaine973. TO CHANGE AREA OF A 5th Avenue N.W, CALGARY Alberta by the Ci1y cf Leibbridge. The location of the ore posed PETITION NO. Es as follows: H, 22, Plan 40S7-Y, Lois 28, 39, DO, Plan 5387- 13th and 14th Streel Nor h LOCATION Lots IS, 19, SO Gl, 200 BtocX iituwceri 1.1111 just. Ui.w Btcck 6, Plan 63-GO, Lets 4. 5, 6, 1, 39, -JO, 41. 41, 43, 41, 45 1000 Block 2Bln Stfeel and F-ern Cresccnl. Blocks 2 and 7, Plan 6120-HF, KH and 900 BlocKs norm a- Block ?9th Street "A" South 1o 32nd BI ock on soulh cf 7lh 1359-HU, 1ECO Bloctt en 19lh Avenue and 3Mh Plan 78U-HS, 2900 Block between I3th Avtnue and 700 Block belwwn Stafford Orivi and I01h Street North- BIcck n. Plan 6581-HV, Block from LaVjtwood Road lo. Swll Parkslde Drive between LaJceway Boulevard and Laksvlew Plan 152-JK, Block from to 2dth Slreel between ISlhi Avenue South and Avenue South. BTock I, Plan Block from 24th Streel South to Mayor Magralh Drive between I21h and 14th Avenues Soulh E-W Lane from I3lh Street Souht to Lane west of Soulh Immediately norm of H1h Avenue Soulh, Plan M.S. Lane Item I5th (SECTION 10) TAKE NOTICE that unless a bjeclicn from any persons having a )tna lide Interest In Ihe matter 's iled or> or before June wllh he Irrlgalfon Council, Deparlment cf (Vcrlcullure, at Rm. 505r Agriculture Edmonton, Alberla, or that he pefllton be heard by 1Ke district court 1ns1ead of the Local Authorities Board, the Council may approve Ihe tetilion to Include a parcel In the St. lAary River Irrigation District for the puropie cf rinhls to 1rrlga1e 0 acres In Ihe S. W. 28-7-20-4. F. S. Smith Lowest or any fender nol accepted. V. G. BouHbee, District Supervisor, Blackfoot-SJoney-Sai IRRIGATION ACT APPUCATIOtJ TO CHANGE AREA OF A DISTRICT (SECTION 10) TAKE NOTICE that unless a written oblectlon rrcm, any pa-sons having a bcna Interest In the rnalter Is filed on or before June 1ft, 1972 with the Irrigation Council, Department cf AgrieuMure, at Rm. MS, Agriculture Building. Edmonton, Atberta, or thai the petition heard by dlslrfcl curt Instead of iha Local Authorities TENDERS FOR HAY AND STRAW Tenders are IrwHed for the supply and delivery ot the following hay end straw for Ihe Canada culture Research Slallon, Lelhl and the Research Sub-sfatlon onefou (Manyberries. Alberta) LETHBRIDGE: ALBERTA 350 ttms of straw wheat or twrley tons Hay alfalfa lale grass mix (minimum 8i per cant alfalfa) line slem green and leafy bales to vrefgh approx. 40 Its. 500 tons hay straight grass tame day June ISth, For further Informalfon and quolatlan request fwms contact C. G. Schoenlng, assistant .admlnlslrallve _ jtt ada Agriculture Research LelhhrldQe, Albtfta. Pho PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be re- ceived by Ihe undersigned up ID 11 o'clock a.m. on Friday, June 16, 1972 for Itie conslructlDi wor k: if the NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS K THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA, JUDICIAt- DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In Ihe Estale ef EDNA AURA BELLE GAUDETTE (otherwise known s EDNA LYLE GAUDETTE) cf Alberta, who died on the Hh day of November, 1971. TAKE NOTICE Itiat all persons hav. Ing claims upon the cf Ihe above named must file The Public Trustee by the 41h day cf July, 1972, full statement of their claims and securllles held by 1hem. L. G. G. BREEZE Assistant Public Trustee, 201 John J' Bldg., HO 7lh Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alberta TJP OYS (1) Highway U, N. of Loyalist lo E. of Monitor, Mile 129.30 fo MNe 151.74, Asphalllc Concrete Pavement, Approximate Quantities, Tons cf Gravel, W4.00Q Ton Miles Haul. Contract and Specif lea] Tons may be obtained at the Office o! the Chief construction E n g I n r. Highways Building Edmonton, Alta., the office of Ihe District Engineer, U07 Street N W., Calgary, Alberts, and the- office cf the District Engineer, Ad- ministration Building, Lelhbridge, At- berla, and wNI be available only 1o IndMduals registered and operating In Ihe Province cl ASberla, w to part- nerships or registered and operating Tn and who have estab- lished a fixed place of business In the Province cf Alterla. A deposit of Twenly-live payable to fhe Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of Con- tract and Speelflcnlions taken. Each bid must te accompanied fay a marked clieque or bond equal )o 10 per cent of Tender. Tenders will opened In public. The fewest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L, H. McManus, Oepuly Minister of and PAPWORTH Sunday, June 4, 1972, Mr. Frank Charles Papwortli, age 86 years of Landsdown Ave. S.W., Calgary, passed away in Calgary Hospi- tal, after a lengthy illness. Pre- deceased by his wife, Mary in 1063. He is survived by two daughters, Miss Janet Pap- wortli ond Mrs. F. W. (Connie) Hill, both of Calgary; two sons, Donald Papworth, Calgary and Richard W. Papworth, Tu- rin, Alberta, Reeve of the Coun- ty of Lethbridge; 10 grandchil- dren. Services will be held in Christ Church, Calgary, Wed. nesday at p.m. Cremation. In lieu of flowers if friends de- sire donations may be made to the Christ Church Memorial Fund. M'cINNIS AND HOLLO- WAY LTD., Funeral Directors. C2M6 VRY Passed away In the city on Sunday, June 4, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. Abraham Vry, at the age of 87 years of Lethbridge. Born in Holland, the late Mr. Vry came to Montreal early in 19Z5, fol- lowing a brief stay in Sas- katchewan he moved to Ray- mond in the fall ot 1923. He worked on district farms in that area until retiring to Leth- bridge in the late 19SO's. He is survived by one brother Teunis Vry in Holland. Funeral Ser- vice will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in MARTIN BROS. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. South, with Rev. L. Muld- Norlh SIc5e 2nd Soulh East Side 10th Slreer South South side 1st Avenue South West Side Sfreet Norlh East Sfda Street North North Slds 2nd Avenue "A" North South Side 2rvd Avenue "A" Norlh Soulh Side 4rh Avenue Norlh Easf Side ISIh Street North Norlh Side 12th Avenue North PUBLIC NOTICE er officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. South. Phone 328-2361 MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fun- eral Service. C2348 North 211 h Street Easterly 13th Avenue Norlh 30th Street North Soulh Side Stafford Avenue East Stria !3nd Street Soulh West Side 9lh SIreet North Ncrlh Side 15th Avenue Soulh Notice 9s further giVcn inair UIUCM muiv. lands ihat may assessed therefor, represenling at least one-hall m vakie -lainst Southerly W Easterly 333.4' that, unless the majority .of owners, of 22nd Street thereof as aforesaid, petilion trie Council within 1wo after the local "improvement may te undTerJrten and the cost thereof assessed by the system of assessment referred lo in this Notice. sirfficlenllv signed has, wilhm (hi time limited In that behalf been presented to the Council againsl the local Improvement or auMsmmt aforementioned, Council may undertake local Im- provement al any time within Ihree years of Ihe giving of fhe No Date of lasl publication erf this Notice will fhe 5lh day of June, 1972 DATED at Ihe City of Lelhbridge this 1st day cf June, 1972. John Gerla City Clerk PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions erf Seel Ion US 153 of The Municipal Taxa- tion Act, R.S.A., 1970, Public Notice is that 1he Council of the City Lethbridge intends lo undertake the construcllon cf sidewalks, curbs and gutters as a local Improvement. The estimated cosl of the aforeriiemiwv ed Iccal Improvement Is S51.QOO.OO repayable over a period of 20 years al a rate of Fnlerest not exceeding ntne cenlum per annum and (a charge Ihe lands abulllng that porllon of Ihe street or place whereta Ihe local Im- provement Is made ar a uniform rate of 71.07 cents per front fool of frontage for sidewalks located and shown as 'A'; W77 ceoti per front foot of frontage located and shown as 'B' and 1.7M dollars per front foot of fronlage located and shown as 'C' and 2i.S9 cenls per front foot of for curbs and gutters, all over the saTcf per led of 20 years. Atl cost rn excess of Ihe aforementioned role per front foot will borne by lha City of Lethbridgt at Tne location cf the pcopied Improvement fs as lollops: PUBLIC NOTICE Pur5udnt to Ihe provisions of Sections 145 and 1M of The Municipal Tax- ation Ad, R5A, 1970, Public Malice is hereby given that the Council of tm Cily of Ldhbridge Inlendi to undertake Ihe cGnslructicn of cer.aln slreei Davinrj as a (seal Improvemenl. Tiie estimated ccsl of the aforementioned improvement is over a period of 15 years of interest not exceeding nine per centum per snuu lands abutllng lhat porticn ct Ihe street cr placs provimiml is made at a uniform rale of 74.78 pe over Ihs said period ct 15 years. All cost in excess cf the efwemenlioned rate per by the City of Lethbridge at large. The location of tha proposed local East Side ilh South Norlh Side Avenue North Ncrlh Side 4th Avenue North Ncrih Side Sfh Avenue Soylti North Side 5th Avenue Norlh North Side ind Avenue South South, Side Sth Avenue South South Llmi! 8th Avenue North Southerly ISV Easterly 100' Easterly W t a rate nd to herein the Iccal Im- frc.-.l fool of frontage front foot will bornt Jnd Avenue "A" Ncrtti South Service Road Highway 3 "East" North Service Road Highwrr 3 "Eas1" ISIh SUaet North IJITi A venire North 23vd 51 reef Soulh 32nd Street North 2nd Avenue "A" North South Service Road Highway 3 "East" Slreet North FROM Ncrlh Limit Ind Avenue North East Limll Street Norlh 301 h Street Soulh Easl Limit Street Ncrlh Soulh Limit 13th Avenue North East Limit Ivth Street Norm North Limit Parkslde Drive Ncrlh Limit 2nd Avenue Ncrth Fast Limit Street North 201h Street South Improvement li as follow Tlth Avenue Norlh 3Jrd SIreet Soo1t> Service Road1 Highway 3 "East" TO Ncrlh Limll 2nd Avenue "A" Norlh Limil 241h SIreet Norlh Lirr.il 32nd SUtet Easterly Soulh Limit 131h Avenue North East Limit ?0th Street Norlt> South Lfmlt Lane North of Parkslde Drive North Limit Ind Avenue "A" Nc-rlh Weit Limit 24th Street Morlh East Limll 32nd Streel South South Limit 13th Avenue Norlh Eail Limit Wth Street Norlh Soyth Limit Lane North Easterly Soulh Limit U1h Avenue North East Limit 19th Street Ncrlh Norlh Limit Drive Fast Limit 30lrt Street Norlh Is further given I ha I, unleii (he majority rec and Ojibway Indians will begin theolorrical studies this monlh to become Canada's first Anglican Irapper priests in iso- aled communities in Northern Ontario and Manitoba. After the nine-week training course, spread over three sum- mers, the priests will earn their livelihoods as they did before trappers, 1 o g- fishermen and guides in the diocese of Kecwatin. The program was initiated after a Cree representative to the Keewatin Bishop's Council asked Bishop Hugh Stiff why his village eoulrl not have a com- munion service every Sunday, "as white villages have, instead of every three months." The trapper priests, who will serve without pay, will begin training at Kenora. They were selected by their own villages. The trapper priests'will bring he number of fully ordained Anglican priests in the diocese effects of their late lather, Maj. to S3. They will perform all the J. Townshend, functions ot regular priests. The look of a scarf soft! The feel of a scarf next to your neck soft! The contrast of long-waisted, lean lines slim- ming! Hurry, sew now. Printed Pattern 4993: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 3-D takes yards 39-inch. 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