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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DAMAGE RAYMOND (HNS) Some damage was done to a car driven by Mrs. William Hague a car driven by Mrs. Walter Duncombe was in- volved in a collision on the main street of town. PUBLIC NOTICES Thundoy, I, 1973 THf IETHMIDGE HtRAlD 23 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT'Of SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBR DOE In ihe of HILDA SEMA REID, late of the City of In the Province of Alberta, who died on (fay of August, A.D. 1972 TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon Iht of Ihe above must file with Saucier, Jonts s, Company, and 700 One Thornton Court, Edmonlon, Af- bcrta by the 111 day of April, A.D. 1973 a full statement tf their claims and of securities held by them. SAUCIER, JONES AND COMPANY Bgrrlslcrs and Solicitors 7CO One Thornfcn Court lidrncotcn, Alberto, Solicitors for the Administrator. PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS Will received by the under slgntd up to oo Friday, March U, 1973 for con (ruction of the following work: (1) Project: S.R. 770 Junction Highway Ho. li Io South of Carvel Mile 30.67 io Mile 35.60 Grading and Other Work Estimated Quantities: Cu. Yds. Excavation (2) S.R. 59S Junction Highway No. 2A to Eas of Junction S.R. BOB Ml If 0.00 1t> Mile 10.05 Asphaltte Concrete Base Pavement and Other Esllmaled Quantities: 54.000 Tens AsphaUlc CcncreTe Tons Crushed Graver Ton Haul Contracts and Spedfkairons may be obtained at Orilte of the Chi Maintenance Engineer, Highway Building, Edmonlon, Alberts, the C nee of 1he WstrlcJ Englneeer, 1707 6 Street, N.W. Calgary, Alberta and t Office of 1hc Dlslrlct Engineer, A mFntstration Building, Lethbridge, A beria and will be available only to I dividual domiciled, registered and operating In ths Province of Alberta, horizontal glass front coolers; c) Kelvlhfltor 5' horiionlal compartment freeier; d) 10' wooden counter; A accompany each bid, will, the remain its acceptance, or any bid ml necessarily acccpled. All bids should be made In writing to: DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, inner payable upc 206 FEDERAL BUILDING, IETHBRIDGE ALBERTA-MARKED BROCKET STORE Kubasek. 776 Vestern roundup Wood-harvesting plan expanded EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta farmers will be allowed to expand individual wood har- vesting operations on crown land under revised timber-man- agement regulations approved today by the provincial cabi- net. MILLER Words do not adequately express the sincere gratitude for all the help and sympathy given in the past year to the Max Miller family. May we again taka this oppor- tunity to express our gratitude in our most recent bereave- ment, for all the mass offerings, notes of sympathy, flowers, food and acts of kindness. and girls 7778 ral Service. BROOKS Jenny P., age 87 years, of Pinoher Creek, pass- ed away in the Willow Creek BUIIBllKB Passed away A-mary Hospital Claveshota be held Chapel, liiciaUng minister. Cremation. Creerin care of rend, who wsh may donate Rndw Creek, m care C7658 i the Trinity United Church rangements. uilding Fund. Funeral ar- angemenis by EDEN'S PU- Tc-nAT unMir TTn Fort ABE, Passed away in me ffiRAL HOME LIU., r l city on Monday, Fcbi-uary 26th, 1973, fllrs. Katsuyo Abe, at the ago of 77 years, beloved of the late Suekichi Abe. Born, raised and educated in Japan. The late Mrs. Abe came to Can- SHENDRUK We wish to extend our suicere thanks tt Fire Chief George King and all the members of the Coaldale Fire Department who assisted in putting out our recent fire Also many thanks to all our friends, neighbors and Win people who phoned, dropped b and offered their help and to the Mennonite Church for offer ing their clean-up services Thank you all it was deep! ppreciated. and John Shendru The new regulations elimin- ate miscellaneous and special timber permits which restrict- ed farmers to harvesting only to board feet of lum- ber, and only after receiving jermissior, from Edmonton. A new local timber pcrmi will allow fanners to harves board feet, equivalent to 20 trucks loads of timber, anc wrmils will be obtainable a egional and district forest of ices. Where the lands and forests leparlmcnt requires perform ance guarantee deposits, th amount of such a deposit has been fixed at to pe joard foot. Previously, cash d' requirements ranged up t per board foot. The new regulations place i nancial penalties on all timber harvesters: Previously, finan- lecicod. C7657 WOOD WORTH Passed away in the city, Monday, 1'eo- ada and in RusMn, B.C. ruary 26th, 1073, following a lato. t some titne at >rief Ulness, Mr. Leroy Wood- Mia.ioni B c at worth, at ths age of 83 years whjch time she jnoyed to Pic of Lethbridge. Born in Mcscow- ture ButLe. tn 1951 moved to Idaho the late Mr. Woodworm Djamona Cify> homes beaded in the Lomond on area in 1507. He resided in Vul- Lethbridge in 1959, where can, Champion and Fort Mac- she has nel. pass lood and finally made his home JIrs by at the Green Acres Lodje> one son, Nobby Abe of Dia Alberta. Prede- Giy. three ceased by his wife, Sarah, he JIrs D Hataivaka she sUy movin is survived by his elder sister, Mrs. s. (Mitzi) Ya (irace WoodTOrth Weber and sui_ Edmonton, Mrs. H. (Kim her dauglitcr, Marjone Calgai-y, eleve Weber of Spokane, Wash and Besides hcr nephew, Max K. Weber of In- 1 JoVH, husband she was also dian Wells, California and a j niece, Lillian W. Otness of Mos- Iclalio. Cremation to fol- low with interment in family plot. Vulcan Cemetery. MAB- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7665 MOBILE HOMES 205 12th Street 'A' South (old arena site) and family 7777 gh-rise buildings, says C. N. lannah, director of the Build- g Owners and Managers As- delation of Edmonton. A resolution calling for es ablishment of automatic mnklers in high-rise buildings approved by city counci lis week. Presented by Aid 'erry Cavanaugh, the motiot vas endorsed unanimously bu must be presented to council in he form of a bylaw before i can be implemented. If ap- iroved, the regulation coulc cost apartment developer ibout more for each suit n a high-rise building. UNIONS OUSTED MEHR1TT, B.C. (CP) Workers at Bethlehem Copper Highland Valley mine yeste GET YOUR ONE BEST DEAL! QUALITY USED CARS 971 GALAXIE 500 1968 DODGE Auto., 4-dr. B d a n, PS, PB, <1907 radio, V8 1971 TOYOTA MARK II 3-dr., hdt., 4 radio ;ial penalties were written into Mividual leases. day ousted two large Intern tional unions, voting 164 to 1 lor representation by the Inti pendent Canadian Associatior of Indushrial, Mechanical anc Allied Workers (CAIMAW) which has about members in B.C. The ousted unions were the Internationa] Union of Operat- ing Engineers Local 115 and the International Laborers' Union Local 1C8 (Tunnel and Rock 1969 PONTIAC PAR1SIENNE 2-dr. hdl., V8, oulo., PS, PB Radio, vinyl roof 1969 KIRD sedan, PS, P.B., radio, vinyl roof..... VN body blames Israel UNITED NATIONS (AP) The United Nations' aviation or- ganization voted 105 to 1 Wednesday to condemn Israel for the downing of a Libyan jet- liner a week ago in the Sinai Desert. Israel cast the dis- MOTHER BALKS TOFIELD (CP) Hope Heigh, the mother of seven chil- dren, was sentenced to one week in jail yesterday when she refused to pay a fine for illegal possession of a bottle of whisky. Mrs. Heigh was charged Feb. 17 when an BCMP constable noticed an unsealed bottle of whisky in the back seat of her car after she had dropped off two of her teen-aged foster chil- dren at a dance hall. Mrs. Heigh's husband, Bob, said his wife "is pretty firm in her commitments." "She said there was no way she would pay a fine like that and thought she was being ha- rassed. It aggravated her enough so she was bound and bent not to pay a fine." 1968 CHEV IMPALA 1965 COUNTRY SQUIRE WAGON