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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta NOTICES HUMBLING Born to David nd Barbara Hembling of Pin- 1 her Creek, at the Lethbridge H lunicipal Hospital, a son Paul ]ric, March 8th, 3972. Paul is I ew brother to Karen, age 22 3 lonlhs. Both beautiful red leads. 817D IbeatL 3m DEATH HOFIiR Passed away al he residence on Thursday, larch 3, 1972, following lengthy illness, Mr. Joseph I. Hofer, at the age of 75 cars, beioved husband of Mrs. Rachel Hofer of MilJc niver. Jorn, raised and educated in 'remon, Soulh Dakota, the late Ir. Hofer went to Chicago in 912 and worked ttero for four He joined the United states Army in 1916 and served vcrscas until honorably in 1920. He then went o until moving lo Spring Coulee in 1929 and to Uilk River in J949 where he las farmed until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by four daughters, iree sons, K grandchildren, our great grandchildren, two and two brothers. The uneral service will ho held on Monday at p.m., in Mar-in Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP-3L, Kith Mr. Haakon Ausen-laus officiating, assisted, by Wr. William Macdonald and Mr. Holland Jackson. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N.. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice. i leralAj Wlemorianu 5 IN MEMORIAMS CRAWFORD I n loving 1 emory of a dear husband, llier and grandfather, Robert, o passed away March 11, 19C3. j Lovingly remembered by his wife Mary and family. 8159 rebukes Trudeau OTTAWA (CP) Prims Minster Trudeau's description of ho auditor-general as a man rho is breaking the law was ir-egular and unparliamentary, Commons Speaker Lucien La-noureiix said. Ruling Friday on whether lere was any breach of priv-lege as a result of Mr. Tni-.cau's statement about Auditor-general Maxwell Henderson in fie Commons Wednesday, Mr. jamoureux fouad there waj ot. But he rebuked Mr. Trudeau or the statement, arising from .he fact that Mr. Henderson has nto yet presented his annual re-rort to Parliament although it >houid have been delivered last )ec. 31. Mr. Henderson claims he government has not allowed him adequate staff. The Speaker said he agrees "that it is irregular for any honorable member fo make a charge, directly or indirectly, against a senior public official m the sen-ice of the government or Parliament." Mr. Trudeau was on a trip to Quebec City when the ruling was made. Tta Speaker said there could only be a breach of privilege in something directly concerning ItPs. Privilege had never been extended to olficers of fta House or public sen-ants. He said the contention that Mr. Henderson could not do his job because of insufficient staff is a "matter of administration" rather than a question of privilege. Pre-School Classes PARTNER REQUIRED, ust have capital and sales V.'rile Box 21- Herald, givlnq rtlculors. THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE s IN THE ESTATE OF POWLER OODRICH QUAtUY, Of the Vil- 1 I ge of Foremost, In the Province cf iberfa, died on Ihe day of f nnuary, A.D. i TAKE IJOTICE that all persons 0 avlng claims upon es'ste of p hove rannedi must file with the under- a gned Solicitors by the lllh day of pr 1 1973, a full statement of 'heir rj alms and securities hy them. v RICE, MACIEAN BABKI, E Canadian Imperial ol Commerce Building, l.elhbrldge. Alberta, n Solicitors for the M3? SALE OF FARM PROPERTY 5; The properly 1s clfered for fe by lander subject !o the restrlc- jns In 1h9 exlstfng ol Thosa of Township Ten 0) Range (27} ol e Fourth Mtrldlan In Itie Province i. A! bs r f a as shown on T hip (an approved at Ottawa 5 May 1892 tralnno In Early Childhood Education H required to leach pre-schtwt classes M Sonwred by Prcvenllve Social 5er- d vie PS, AN OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN j successful Midas Muffler f 'anises. Please refer to ad on page c x for further details. C600- rt Teacher will expected to Bssijt In tormulallng curriculum will 8fso p be responsible for supervising an as- HOTEL 7 cm e, B.C. Offers. Will nego- J ale. 4Z36105. Ipproxfrnafely Iwenty children each for E five days per week, Parenr Involve- s ment necessary. r Salary will bfl according to qualifies- THE MOBILE HIGH-PRES- re wash or roln'Op car wash busl- ess for as linie as Vv'rile ORTASPRAY, Box Slatlort A, s algary. Tlrsl y: Those portions of Section ne [1 1 wh Ich 1 f e 1 o 1 N or1 h of iHllow Creek containing In North ail quarter One hundred and (orty-3irr and HI n t y five hundredth! 3 144.95 acres more or less, in the r orUt West Quarter One hundred flrvd neleen and Seventy hundredlhs j .19.701 acres more cr less, in the ouJh East Eleven and Ninsly undredths (11.90) acres more or fessj n nd in tne Soulh West Quarter Sixty. r wo and Ninety-five hundredth! 951 cres more or lejs. EXCEPTING atrts more or less in thi lorth East Quarter for Canal Rlghl-rf-wa y as on a Plan filed In he Land Titles Otfiea for the South berla Land Registration District as RR. (B) Two (2.W) acres more or less n tho Quarter for Mo. 7 Hlohway as shown en Pran J..K RESERVING unto Her all and Minerals. Sscondlyr Thrss portions of 1ht outh Half of Section Tv.elve (12) then Ite to Ihe Soulh-Easl of said Vil ow Creefc, contalnlnq In the ast Owarter One hundred and flflv-vm (152) serfs mnre or less, and In fie South-well quarter Elghly-f o u r nd Pour hundredlhs CS4.04) acres or IMS. EXCEPTFNG (C) Four-een and Thirty-seven Hunrirfdfhs 14.37J acres more cr less in 1ha South Eait Ouarfer, and Six and Eighty hundredths (6.80] mora or less Fn Ihp Soulh West Quarter, ell or Canal as shown on iolrf Plan 1RR. D) and Fifty-live hundredrhs M.J5) acrts more or fn, the Soulh East ouarler for No. 2 Highway as ;nov.-n, en PJan 4869 J.K. RESERVING unto Her all 'Aines and Minerals. Parcel 2: That portion of the North West Quarter of Section (1) In Town-sh o Ten tlO) Range Tsvenly-seven West of Ihe Fourth Meridian in, the Province of Alberta, which to iha East and West of Ihe right bank of Willow Creek as shown on Township Pfan approved1 at IS January I'll, contalnlna Twflntv-e gnf- nntf Seventy (28.70) acres more or less. RESERVING unfo Ihe Calgary and Edmonton Corporation. Limited a minerals ax ;el forth In Transfer SG58 E.K. fn sealed envelopes marX-cd S C. 3491 accompanied by e marked cheque or cash for Ten (10 rWnes Auguit 15, 1573, G please aerxl resume dc scribing Train- w inq, experience and name of two A references. TRUCKING BUSINESS FOR Ic. 1966 Dodge, lag axle, complete ilh equipment. Grossing plus. sk no 16 000 SeUina due !o health. TE TO L BOX PHONE TO CREDITORS f AND CLAIMANTS E W THF SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA UDICIAL DISTRICT OF e IN THE ESTATE OF (41CK TOTH 1 known ss NICKLOS TOTH) f f Dlamcnd CHy, fn the Province of Al-erfa, Farmer, who died on 74fh ay cf Miay, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE Ihat ell persom hsv-ng claims upon ihe estate of the bove named mult file with tne under- t Igntd Solicitors by 1no day of A D B full statement cf he r clBlmi and of securities herd by MOSCOVICH, SPANOS AND MATIZ 7th Street South, Lethbridqe, Aberra. (Solicitor for trie Chairman Personnel J Head Start Demonslralion Prelect 1003 ll'h St. D icUfn Lerhbrldge, TRUCKING BUSINESS WITH ood pslentlal for expansion, on good ardtap highway. will handle, o Irlflers pfease. 17lh A St. i Calgary 4. 245-7S10. In loving memory a dear wife, mother and andmother, Mrs. Helene T. oody. Time cannot erase the memories of love. Ever remembered and sadly missed by the family. HUTLEDGE Passed away m Friday, March 10, 1972, [Catherine Elizabeth, age 73 -ears ol Pincher Creek. Born n Laudar, Manitoba, she moved to the Pincher Creek district with her parents at an early age. She married James Anderson who predeceased her in 1937. In 1M4 she married Abraham Lincoln Rut-.cdge and resided in Fort Mac-eod for several years. Follow-ng his death retired to Pincher Creek where she has resided until her passing. She was a avid gardner, winning many awards for her entires in [3ic Pincher Creek fairs. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. H. A, (Hazel) Tnritt and Mrs. W. J. (Olive) Boncrtz, both of Pincher Creek, Mrs. B A. (Eileen) Biswanger, Calgary, Mrs. H. W. (Merle) Ganske of Blairmore; one sister in Vancouver and on e brother In CaJgary, 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The funeral sen-ice will be held in the Pinch er Creek United Church on Monday at 2 p.m., Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Interment in Fair-view cemetery. Friends wh o wish may donate (o the Alberta Heart Fund, Box 637, Pincher Creek. Funeral arrangements bv EDEN'S FUNiSRAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C693 1 i JOHNS OX away suddenly at the residence on Thursday, March 9, 1972, Dr. Frank Johnson, at the age of 55 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Helen Johnson of 410 14 St. South, Born in Calgary, Alberta on May 2-ith, 1916, tbe son of Frank des Bar-res Johnson and Louise Johnson, the late Br, Johnson was educated in the city of Calgary, He entered the University of Alberta and graduated with a degree, Doctor of Medicine and following graduation he practised metfcdne in Parry and Smooth Hock Falls, Ontario. He married the former H elen Perley and accept ed Post-Graduate studies in An-aesthesiology in Montreal, following which he joined the Campbell Clinic of Lethbridge in 1W9. He has been engaged in the active practice of his speciality since that time. He was aftilliated with Southmin-sler United Church a mem ber of Uie East Lethbridge Rotary Club and the Letlibridgc Country Club. Besides his loving wife lie is survived by four daughters, three sons, three grandchildren and one brother Following Cremation, a Mem orial Service will be held or Sunday at p.m., In South minster United Church, will Rev. Dr. n. W. K. ElUbtt offi cia tin g. In lieu of flowers friends may donate to the char t ity of their choice. MARTTO BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu 1 ncral Service. r BIKES Dealerships for nationally fid-erl wd prcduc's- Contact Richard Mar-ell, in care of Home wood Marine Id irnporlers and Distributors, 2J2 ermlnal Vancouver, 66 EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. vko. Weddings, cluts, ere. Phwie Jl3- t JB67. DATING l By computer for fun, friendship or 1 mdrrisge. Send name, address and age In confidence to: COMWAT. dear husband, father and grandfather, Mike Mitzen, who >assed away March 11, 1966. So many things have happened, Since you were called away, So many things to share with you Had you been left to slay. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Betty and family. ptctable adults only. BUILDING -or or rent on ma'n street Tatxr, ft- Box 55, Herald. 61 TEENS Are you llvlrm wllh 3 ptcbltm drinker In Your Tfiere Is understand-irta and help for you Pfione Jean 327-8340, Marilyn 328W2; Jane OSS, WILL GET YOU DISTRIBUTORSHIPS available, new scteoled A. A. A. consumer product, loures established tJY company. Re-urns UP fo to per cent yearly on automatic merchandiser Secured banV nancing available. Offer limited. For appointment call 327-W2Z or 52H3W cr Box 38, Herald. THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE N THE ESTATE dF STERLING FLOYD WJLDE, late of Ihe Village of Welling, Ir> the Province of Albcrla, who died on Ihe 10th day of August, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon Ihe estate Ihe above named must file with Ihe under-i gned Solicitors by the llrh day of April, W72, a full statement of Ihelr c ms and of securities held by them. RICE, MACLEAN BABKI Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Buildlr-g, Lelhbrldge, Alberta. Solkilcrs for tde WOULD YOU LIKE TO GO TO CON-cenial parlies, where you can mee) new people, make a Jo1 of friends and have the lime of your life? If you'ra single end over 30 you can do this and more as a member of our club. For Informarion, MEN'S HYGIENE PRODUCTS Ortfer In Iho privacy of your cwn home Send il for S2.M selection and FREE catalogue for Adulrs. Send FIRST CLASS MAM, SFCURELY SEALED --PLAIN WRAP, Srate IMPERIAL rMPORTS EXPORTS CO, LTD., Dept. L.K., Ma Bay ST., Toronto 1 Onl. SALE Well established Men's Wear Store n Ciry of Lethbridge, Including stock and approximately Gowf Business opportunity. CAMPBELt HALIBURTON (SOUTHERN) LTD. B. J. (Bernie) Merchant of a dear husband, ather and grandfather, Ray larietta, who passed away larch 12, 1966. The years are swiftly passing, But still we don't forget, For in the hearts that loved you Your memory lingers yet. Sadly missed by his wife, family and grandchildren. 6161 DUELL In loving memory f a dear mother and grandmother, Ida who passed way March 12, 1970. In tears we saw you sinking, We watched you fade away, Our hearts were almost broken You fouglit so hard to stay. God knew that you were suffering, That the hills were hard to climb. We lived in hope and prayed in vain That God would make you well again But someday He will tell us why He broke our hearts and let you ASK ABOUT OUR PIANO RENTAL PLAN Only S15.00 pel Renl applies To purchase prfce Mew or used HEINTZMAN PHONE 323-2643 GHOVEH Funeral sen-ice for Willis Norman Grover, beloved husband of Mrs. Carla Grover of Wrentham who died in the city Sunday, March 5, 1972, at the age of 50 years, held at p.m. Wednesday, March 9, 1972, with Bishop Leonard Biirbank officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Ken Mueller, Ken Hirsche and De-waino Hirsche, Lloyd Jones, Lylo Osborae and M. F. (Heavy) Miller. Active pallbearers were Paul Luehr, Byron Nilsson, Norman Nelson, Gerry Gorrilll, Ron Treiber ant Johnny Marcinko. Intermen was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral JJomo Ltd., Directors o Funeral Service, was in charge the FASHIONS "EXCLUSIVE LADIES WEAR' TABER, ALBERTA A GOING BUSINESS INCLUDING M O D F R N STORK, LOT AND AP-PROXIMA1ELY SIO.GCQ TO ON UP TO DATE STOCK. M.L.S. Cash and Assume Present I.D.B. Mortgage at 8% CHOICE RESTAURANT AND DINING BUSINESS Local ed on Trans Canada Highway Southern Route. This Is a choice op-porlunlly and priced to sell. Exclus ve, OLIVER-HANDLEY REAL IRRIGATION ACT, 1968 [Section NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Net if Is hereby alvon that a meeting of the water users of the St. Mary R ver Irrlgallcm District wlH held at the Royal Canadian Legion Ha Bow Island, Alberta, on 1hs list day of March, 1V72 at o'clock In tne afternoon and at the Sportsplex Build-ng, Cosldale, Alberta on the day of March, 1972, at o'clock In lha afternoon for the purpose of thi presentation of the yeer-end reports of Ihe Cn airman, the Manager and tha Auditor cf the Beard, and! any business of ths district. Dafed at Lefhbrldge this Bth day ot March, 1972. Signed J. W. Thlsssen, P. Eng. Manager St. Mary River Irrigation District must in the hantfs of the C erk of the Supreme Court, Cotrrt House, Fort Maeleod, AlWrta, by Twelve o'clc-ck noon on thp 30th day of March, A.D, 1972. Tho balance cf the Drlce Shall be paid Into Court within thirty (30) days after acceptance cl tpnder. IF ths successful tenderer does nol comoleffl the alter acceo-tancfr of his fender, the deposit shall be forfeifed. The hlobesr pr any tender not necessarily accepted. Chcquei ot unsuccessful tenderers will returned to them. For further particulars, aoply to PAUL WATISZ, Q.C. In cBfe of Moscovleh, Soano5 Bar-rlsfers and 71h Street Solrth, Lelhbridae, Alberta. DATED at Iha Town of Fort rViae-eod. In tnp Province of Alberfa, this Win day of February, A.D. 1972. O. G. Cressman Clerk of the Court APPROVED: C. Yarioslk Local Judga of Suprtms users turned away NEW YORK (AP) Fears o! a severe natural gas shorlaga next winter are forcing an la-creasing n u m b e r of U.S. gas utilities to turn away new cus-omers, putting some h o m t milders in a bind. Some gas utilities In Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Washington, D.C., lave already curtailed tiio sale of natural gas to customers, always tho last users to be cut hy utilities. In these same areas, iha iome builder faces the dilemma of building a home that can cost more to construct and to beat, or postponing construction until the gas shortage eases, C. V. Perry, president of C. V. Perry and Co. Developers in Columbia, Ohio, estimates [hat all-electric homes cost 10 per cent more to build than gas heated houses because of the additional insulation required. And, once installed, electric heat can cost two to four tunes more than gas, tho gas company estimates. Branches ol the federal government, other state utilities commission and gas companies aH are concerned that the U.S. could face a critical shortage of gas in the next two winters. "By and large, the present home owner probably isn't going to be affected but, if we don't solve the problem, tha future homeowner certainly will said a spokesman for Independent Natural Gas Association. l MEN'S HYGIENE PRODUCTS XXX For Adults Only SPECIAL OFFER For 34 different, Imported rubber prcd-ucti, of the fines! quality. OR OUR FAMOUS OFFER For of these finest Imparted Brands plus free Bonus and illustrated pr ce list for all your personal Wale and f e-msre needs by return mail, pi a n lialetf. The largest sefecUcn in Canada. POSTTRADING WHOLESALE RETAIL P.O. Box 4002, Vancouver, TO TENDERERS EASTERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT Sealed Tendon lor ths cf the La thorn Embankment, Section 79, Twp, 30 Rgc. 17, WiM, for Ihe Eastern Irrigation District, will bt received at the office of the Eailerrt Irriqaticn District, Brooks, Alberts, up Jo noon M.S.T., 30, 1972, The Includes approxtmstely 560.003 cubic yards excavation, cubit yards earth and ,300 cubic yards gravel. Copies of Drawfnqs and Specifications may be obtained through Ihe CalaiO1 Office cf ihe Consulting Engineers nno the office of the Eastern Irrigation Dilrlct, on or after March 13, 1P72, upcn a deposit of In cheque, made payable to Ihe Engineers, Test pits at tne site will made and open for viewing on. March S3 and March 24, 1972. Tenders mujt accomoanled by a certified cheque or Bid Bond In the amount of of the tclal Tender Price, payable to 1he Eastern Irrigation Dlslrlcl. Tenderers submitting a certified cheque ere aKo required to supply a Ccnient of Surety Form In an amount equal to fifty percent c-f 1he Contract Sum. The reserves right to waive Informalities In, or refect THE SCHOOL ACT, 1970 (Section 7) PUBLIC NOTICE BY-LAW NO, 23 By the Board of Trustees o! Ihe Catholic Separate School Dislrlct No. of tha of U Is deemed expedient by Ihe Board of Trustees of Lelh-tr 1qe Catholic Separate School Dls-frier No- 9 of the Provlnca of AIMrte, that the sum of On a Hundred and Thirty Four Thousand Dollars ould be borrowed on 1 ha security of tht said dlslrlcf, by the Issue of debenlures repayable to Iha bearer In tv.-enfy (20) consecutlva Installments Inleresl at not more Irian eight per cent (B per cenlj lor Jha purpose of: Erecting a Sted end Masonry addition lo Assumption School consisting d: Elementary Sctenca room Including preparation and storage area, one ancillary one library, lavys, storage areas and mechanical room. Renovation to the exlsHng building conslstlnfl of: Conversion o 15 years ol ags or oldi-r, (11} who Is a Canadian dlUfn n British f Oil) resident fir Sr.e tass of pet 5 tla-i, in 8 diilrkt cr division for a least 1! montnj Immediately prp ceding the day on which the petltio; is preserved; '_ A poll the aforenoted bor rowing may be demanded in a Schsc Oisfrict by preparing and sutmitt n to the School Soartf a petition fof vote In accordance the prov rf elons of Section 3 and lOi o The School Act, 1970. pelitlon must be ilgntd by a f least ta> 1 per cent of slftlou In district cr division having e ec lors or more, or tb> S per cent of the electors in dlsfrlcr or division having less tha but efeefori or more, o j (c) 10 per cent of the electors in 2 flistrlcf or rfivliltx> having less fha but 500 or mor 1 fd) IS par cent cf (he electors IP district or division having tess fhan iO electors, and filed with trie Board wifhf IS days of the last oublkallon n r-iewspsper of (he public nottco of Ih proposed debenture 67 SERVICES AND LOANS KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SERVICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LE1H-BRIDGE 326-6947. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 Colleqa Mall, 325-3331 Residential, Commercial properlfei. :arrns and ranches. City or Lowest Interest rales Pirsl end aeeond OF THANKS PHILLIPS I wish to than the doctors of the Roy Clini and the staff of St. Michael1 Hospital for their care and kind ness to me when I was a pa (lent tliere. Thank you to m friends and for the many cards visits, etc. during my stay, Phillips 621 KUBIK sincere thank yo to our friends and relatives wh made our Silvor Wedding An niversary s u c h a happy oc casion' to all who organized th party, entertained, brough lunch, and for tha lovely gifts A most sincere thanks to all. and Mary Kubik. missed by: Elton, Pearl and family Melvln, Isabel and family Jack, Geraldine and family Faye, Ed and family SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL -Rubber stamps, corporate sea s, tiattrs, tic. Ssme-dAY service. 1233 2nd Avt. S. Phone 328-5114. MAYTAG SALES AMD SERVICE. SER-vlces on all mafces cf washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also ail imall appliances lav.rt mowers. Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No fob too laraA or too small, LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 90i 3rd Ave. Phone loans available en farms, lomes, hotelSr motels, commcrc al julldlngs and Industrfal properties located anywhere In Alberta. cordial, confidential service, at compel 1 ve rares. Farmsrs-Merchanta Trust 3C9 St. S. Prioni 328-JW8. elections more costly EDMONTON (CP) The city's last two computerized elections cost almost twice as much as the last non-computerized vote, reluming officer L. C. Scolt said in a report. In response to o query from Alderman Ron Haylcr, Mr Scoll's report shows that the 1ST1 election cost end the 1963 election, when computerized voting was introduced cost The 1966 cMc election cost In that year there were eligible voters This had risen to last year. Aid. Hayter said that when vote recorders were brought there was on indication the city could derive revenue from renting them out. Jlr, Scott's report said anoth er municipality is interested in renting them, but so far no deals have been made. The city spent on advertising and demons rraling the procedure to use when using the recorders to 69B TRAVEL' Charter Flight Information to BRITAIN EUROPE HAVYAN MEXICO SPAIN Tfii mosl economical way to travel Write ut for del a its SUN FUN HOLIDAYS 400 Lancaster Bldg., 304 Bih Avenue S.W., Calgary 2. Phone 269-1487 6627-1 BASEMENTS? CALL SOUTHERN Concrete Service. Phone WELL DRILLING Contact W. Forry, 327-1E31 or F. V. KallCinv 32B-5400. BUILT HOWES, RUMPUS rooms, renovafionj, Call Ted B ng-hani 337-3364. the Inttrrests cf trie Owner. Board of Directors, Eastern Irrigation District BROOKS, ALBERTA Underwood WcLellan and Associates Llmlled, Consulting Prcf ona 1 Engineers. 3540 Kensington Road CALGARY a, AL3ERTA, I want t thank all my friends and rela lives who sent flowers, gifts ar cards and who visited me whi 1 was a patient in hospital. Spe cial thanks also lo the docto nurses and etaff of the Foo hills Hospital (7th Floor, Uni 71) Calgary, for the care ant kindness extended. Victor (Penna) AND J EQUIPMENT 70 Concrete equipment. C o r r a cleaning, Phcna 328-4765. T410 2nd Ave. S. McLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE esHmates. Pruning, trimming and felling. Call Mfl-209-l, BUILDING, CEMENT work end stuccoing, Anderson arvc Serena en Construe fie n, 1D2Q 7tn Av LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT rrel club Invites enquiries i-eqardin stud service, pups for i d she information. Prione 345-4J7J passenger School Bus, Bfdi to ir.cluc g price with trade and without. Claslr t date for bids March 31, 'The lo1, cst or any tender nol necessarHy a ceptcd, For further infer rna lion wr T Barons Consolidafed S-1 e NO. 8, Barons, Sincere than to Florence's friends for Ui many acts of kindness (o her during her illness an at the time of her passing Your thought fulness is apprecia ed and will always be remem bered by her sisters and the families. 81 ROBERTS Many thanks my doctors, nurses and staff or i 2C of St. Michael's Hospit t for their care and kindness wh I was a patient there. To frient neighbors and family, I exlenc heartfelt thanks for flowers gifts, letters, cards, phone ca and visits. God bless you all. L. Roberts. GERMAN SHEPHERD E1GH months old, )o be given away. Phon 4J7-3799 or (A1-1W, Milk River. PUBLIC x-ray plate. The emission standard for TVs, for example, is .5 milirocnlgens an hour at five centimetres. Dr. Adrian Booth, director of the department's radiation protection, said in an interview ths regulations are the first In an expected series aimed at reducing exposure to radiation. Owners of older color televisions not meeting the new standard hava no cause to worry, said Dr. Booth. The older sets did not present a significant threat by themeh-cs. He did say, however, that dentists should have their x-ray equipment tested by provincial health departments. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS i IN THE SURROGATE COURT 0 n SOUTHERN XVI BERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE N In maifer of Eslale o n STEVE KOCSIS who died co me 35f day of November A.O- 1971, TAKE NOTICE 1ha1 all (xrsco) hav a Ing claims trie estate cf the abov named must fife vjilh 1h8 undersigns by Iha 8th day cf April A.D. 1J72 n full stalemrnt ef their claims and c B 5ecuri1ies held by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY o AND BAINES Barristers ar.d Solfcilors 309 Canada TruiF BuikUng Lethbridqe, Alfcerfa V SolifJfors for ExKulor ANNIE KOCSIS PUPPIES AND GROWN DOGS FO sate. Excellent Show producers Kef Toy male while Poodle, flanna Kennels, Box 516, A f 72A FUR BEARING OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF v LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF JEA _ MURRAY WYLIE, lafe cf Ins City LeJhbridge, m fhs Province of HOT DOGS TORONTO (CP) Getting picked up by the dogcatcher will probably come as a wel come respite in the long, ho dog days of at for mutts on the loose in subur ban Scarborough. The borough has agreed lo buy three new trucks to patrol the streets for strays all of fully air CHINCHILLAS Must sell thirl y ivifh equipment and feed. Eelf seme cr all. Inilial v.c lap animals from fop riinche-rs. T Ideal set tip for a new cr exjwndlr f.-nrncr. Phone ?J5 cf 'PLEASE READ" YOUR" AO" AdvcrlJscri should rcrid Ihe r it k'trtliemer.H and REPORT PRROf In lime For the nt'xf Inscrl on. 7 Herald Is only responsible fur lha fr Incorrect ruiiry. A.D, 157? 1 TAKE NOTICE Inat All perse e having clafrrs upon Ihe esrate cf t c ahnve named rnusl file with tho unde Q siqncd Solicilors by the llth day 3- AoriP, 1972, a full statement cf tf-.e J claims and of if-eurltifs f.rld T-v fnr-RICE, MACLEAN BABK -1- Canadian Imppria! Bank cf S Commerce Bulldino, he LethOrldqe, Algeria, st Solicifws far the INCOME American tourists spent million in Hong Kong durin j) BEAU COUNT g The Soviet Union has ncarl brown ;