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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 86 PITS AND SUPPLIES 90 CONTRACTS WANTED OOOD FARM HOME ftr monIK old Boxer. Good with children. Pnon. AFOHAN MOUND, COMING TWO. CKC rNUrtred. Obedience tchool. KiXX, RiymotHj. IUt-1! EIGHT WEEK OLD SIAMESE lens for sale. Lilac And SNlpo. Phcru WS-3TO. 7H4-I! 00 YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, nmodelllns our E inJ L C horn 3K-MJ7. FOR SALE FIVE SIX WEEK eld female Saint Bernard puppies. Nor reglsttrtti. 51M5U, Sow It- land. MW-I! WANTED PICK OF LITTER, REG- Istered cream, apricot or 'choeolati Toy poodle, six-eight weeks o age at of March, Send resume to box .Herald. REGISTERED BLACK LABRADOR pupplw. Sired by Blno; Crosby'j male Grand Dam Imported from Indies. Proven reulivora. Phorw W? BOARDING SOUTHALTA KENNEL individual attention Health stand- ards approved 34 hour emeroenc- veterinarfan nrvlce available. nn Mcitwtn. Gailyne Tropicals We carry a complete line of supplle lor your aquarium needs. us for a tine selecUon of rroplcal Bhow fish and plants. W7 7th Ave. S. 317-5017. UJMINUAA WINDOWS AMD DO 0 MAINTENANCE NO CH, 10. PHONE JONES OARASE BUILDING, CE M E NT rerk and stuccolno. Antion ai nd "BS. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK old basements dug. ured, fret Mllmatis. Phone, GARAGES, "UMPUS poms All jour rarnodclllno needs No lob too small. Guaranteed workmanship. 3WOT87 or HJ-W3. 1110-1 C AND J EQUIPMENT fOMPAC lion and concrete heetiri. Phone 31M7U. !nd Ave. s. C4IJH PUBLIC NOTICES Meat CarJs Of JM. eworarws OSEEN In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and [randmother, Minnie Ellen, who Kissed away March 12, 1072. remembered by hus- band Glaus, sons, daughters and their families. BIRTH DUDLF.Y Dr. and Mrs. Allan Dudley of Magcath are pleased to announce the birth of. their daughter Julie on Wednes- day, March 7th. 8319-13 PUBLIC NOTICES 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME CANADA PROVINCE OF ALBERTA once 11 rarew diver, tnsl I, chw.rlr, otherwise knovm as CWa chwarll Ot No. 3W-M 7A sthbrldM in Ito d ISSiJJ1 pharmacist, Inland to Ion lo th. Director of Vital I Startles, t the provisions of The Change Harm Act, R.S.A. 1970, of namt follows. For a ctianoa of my name to Olla FOR RENT. OPTION TO BUY Billiard Barber Shop. Apply 730 13th St. N. 8037-12 RESTAURANT FOR SALE Central location. Long established. For full Information contact Henry Yee, 32B-75J5 between 2-s p.m. arrtj 8-11 p.m. C74K-I3 FOR SALE IN SOUTHERN ALBER- ta town. Well known licensed restau- rant. payment. For more Information write Box Her aid. 8379-23 SALES AGENTS FOR DECALS ANO PRESSURE SEN SITIVE PRODUCTS, WRITE McLAY SCREEN PROCESS LTD., 277 STER LING RD., TORONTO, ONTARIO MiR !B2. K- Schwartl. oi_CA SCHWARTZ OLIA SCHWARTZ Business building for sale or lease, centre of Main Street, Fernie. Immediate occupancy. Reply Box 1167, Fernie, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT CANADA TENDERS SEALED TENDERS, addressed the undersigned and marked Ten der for the Supply and nstallallon o SKVsI.luJBMr.rxl Rel-ted Work" Lethbrldoe Airport, Alber la will te received up lo J-00 n.m Mountain Standard Time on April 3 p'lans, speculations and tender docu menls may be obtained on appllcatio lo tht Ministry of Transport, Regions Supply Officer, Room 894, Federa Building, 107 St., Edmonton, A berta upon receipt of a certllle cheque lor 1J5.W made payable 10 in Receiver General ol Canada. Plai and spec'i'catlons will be on displa at the Holders Exchanges In Edmor ton, CUsury, Lethbrldge and Med cine Hat, Alberta; Vancouver, B.C loulham Building Reports, Winnipeg Manitoba ind Industrial Constructor Centre Ltd., Burnaby, B.C. D. J. DEWAR Western Regional Administrator NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS THE SURROGATE COURT OF OUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE THE MATTER ol the Estate o oVPURKIS lele ol the Clt Ltthbrldse. In Province cf A rta, Retired, who died on cr ebou 5th day of November 1972. NOTICE that all Sims upon the Estate of the a med must file wllh lldlols by cr tefore the 12th April a lull statement of the securities by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY AND BA1NES Barrlslcrs and Solicitors Canada Trust Building, LETHBRIDGE, Alberta. lor Florwco Irene Pu kls and Lloyd Charles eculors o! Ihe Eslate of l. O. PURKIS, Deceased. DEATHS away n the city on Monday, March 12, 973, Mrs. Annie Macdonald, at le age of 80 years, of 512 12 treet "A" North, beloved wife t the late Mr. James Mac- onald. arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD. )irectors of the funeral scr- EXCELLENT BUSINESS IN EDMONTON Large, renovated 40-room -hotel (no IfquorK Downtown area. Easy carefree Investment. Price Terms. Write Mr RIvervlew Hotel, 10136 95lh Street, Edmonton, for a complete profcrma. Excellent net returns. INTERESTED IN A REAL MONEY.MAKER7? and gilt shop in SEALED TENDERS will be recelv tcrprlse. Have F.T.D. and U.F.C. by the undersigned up to 11 o'clo world-wide llower service. Business A.M. CO Monday, March 26, 19. Includes building, furniture, fixtures [Cr the construction cf the following PROVINCE OF AlBERTA DEPARTMENT O HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT vice. CTWO DEATH BOHNE Passed away CARD OF THANKS COOK The family ol the NOTICE TO TENDERERS CITY OF MEDICINE HAT CONTRACT ND. P.W.039 TENDERS FOR FABRICATION AND JOHNSON S a t u r day, March 10, 1973, Mrs. Nellie Olive Johnson, aged BO years of 169 Rosery Drive N.W., Calgary. Services at United Church, Vul- can, Tuesday, March. 13 at p.m., Rev. William Julian cffi- ciating. Intermant, Vulcan Cemetery. In lieu of flowers if friends desire, donations may be made to the Building Fund, Vulcan United Church. VUL- CAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. C7937 ZIEGLER Passed away in the city on Sunday, March 11, 1973, following a lengthy illness, Mr. George Ziegler at the age ol 74 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Anna Zielger ol Hardie- ville. Born in Russia the late Prince George, B.C. on Satur- lata Norman Floyd Oock woult day, March 10, 1973, Gilbert A., like to express their heartfcl at the age of 61 years, beloved thanks to their msny friends husband ot Bessie of Prince relatives and acqusr.itances who George, B.C. Besides his loving offaxd comfort and assistance wife, he is survived by three during ttrar recent bereavement sons, Gary, Rickey, and Craig, alt of Prince George, B.C. and two sisters, Erma Schow, Leth- bridge and Mildred QuiiUort, SHIMOZAWA We wish to Cardston. Funeral sen1 ices will express sincere appreciation be held in Prince George, B.C.' 8380 8393 Menddv, Murcri 12, 1973 THE UTHMIDCI HKAID _ 17 IN MEMORIAM 833; IN MEMORIAM GUUN1NGER In loving memory of Mary Gruninger, who passed away March 12, 1970. And while she lies in peaceful s'cep Her memory we shall keep. remembered and sadly missed by the Gruninger families. FUNERALS and thanks to all our many friends, neighbors and relatives for their kind expressions of sympathy Cards, phone calls, visits to our homes, food, flowers, Koden arid to the many people who travelled the great 8372-12 SECTION oV PRECAST PRE- 'Mr. ZiegiC3. moved to Germany ES u STRESSED CONCRETE MEMBERS Canada U, the Sealed Tenders clearly marked "Ten- LeJhbridge District ill 1953 Fabrication. I where he las resided ever Besides his loving wife, if be received by survived by two Mr. Pcter Ziegler in Germany, Mr. p.m. in the Council chambers on Gottlieb Ziegler of Diamond City; one daughter, Mrs. R. TROIDL Requiem mass distance to attend Joe's funer- for IMrs. Anna Pauline Troidl, I al. Special thanks to Rev. Iku Warner resident who died in ta, Rev. Izumi and Mr. Fuku- the city Thursday, March 1, naga. This will be remembered J 1973, ot the age of 88 years, forever, was held at a.m. Mon- Family day, March 5, 1973, in the Our] Lady of Lourdes Roman Catho- lic Church, Warner, with Rev. Father J. Schuster the cele- MFMORIAMS brant. Pallbearers were Bob IN AAtWJKLAIwa and Glen Heppler, Alan Troidl, OSEEN _ in loving memory Les Jensen, John Rees and I, a dear molhcr Garry Wright. Interment was'01 in the family plot in the War- ner Cemetery. Martin B r o s. I Ltd., Direclors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the rangements. on Carrier CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING THE NEW'ROUND LOOK' INAIRCONOITIONIKG (Rose) Tajcnar, of Taber and 11 relumed in I he said on Tuesday tt p.m ta St. Basil's Catholic Church. Tenders" by Requiem Mass will be celebrat- accufiiManiBu certitied clique, ncgotiatie tank drsii "SV? A Consent ol Sorely tsiutt by torn- Jaw licenced In Alberts in the .mouni Tone nundred per cent I 00 unll delivery van, All gift ware at cost. showing excellent pro- m Highway 1, Grande Prairie lo N. fit. Serious Inquiries may be made to Box M, Herald. ROYAL TRUST PHONE 328-7761 SMALL TOWN HOTEL Big district to draw from. Newly coraled beverage room. Eight room upstairs Icr rental purposes. Liquor license applied for by present owner. Try this one. Have your own hotel. Call a Royal Trust Realtor. EXCLUS- IVE. CRESrON, B.C. -ComnKrcial property, only seven oltf sq. ft., concrete block, post beam (faction. Presenlly laundro- end office. Parking area. Can be purchased with cr laundromat1 equipment. Cenlral I oca lion. Commercial concrete block building wllh aluminum roof. sq. ft., U ft. celling. -Avlo body shop, fully equfptx Excellent financial statement. Parkl area. Centrally located 10 unit motel, seven] with kitchenettes. Renovated Inside i out. Also living quartet with rfjufcle carport. Paved parking. Excellent terms. iVwfern triplex, three years dd, coi pletely furnished, Carport. Terrific Terms. CRESTON VAUEY REALTY LTD. BOX 1171, CRESTON, B.C. PHONE 428-2292 Highway of Mile 5.19 to Mils 17.IJ Asptialilc Pavement prolect P.R. 117, Jet. Hwy. J SasKaloon Island Park Mile to Mils 2.50 Asphslllc Concrete Base-Pavement Approximate QuanWtei 57.000 Tons of Gravel Ton Haul (2> Hfghway A3, cf McMillan Lake 1o E, of .Way Mile 9.52 lo W1I6 23-00 Soil-Cement Base Course, Other Quantities: 67 KG Tons of Soil-Cement Mlxlur 39.0DO Tens ol Gravel Ton Miles Haul Contract and may t obtained at the of the Chic 1 conduction Engineer, Highways: Building, Edmontcn, Alia., Ihe office Df the District Engineer, 1707 Sixth Street H.W.. Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the- Dislrict Engineer, iltvslralicn Building, Lethbrldge, Alberta, and will be available only to busfnJiHn Province A deposit Twenty-Five Dollars payable ta the Provincial Treasurer, required for each copy cf the Cootracl and Specifica- taken. Each Wd must be accom- panied by a marked cheque or bond equal lo .0 per of Tender. Ten- ders will opened In public. The low- est or ny Tender not necessary ac- V. E. McCune, Deputy Minister of Highways and TranspcM. Tenders, Wednesday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father G. Marien celebrant. Interment will follow Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery 'aw cr a.111 Friends may pay their respects lo'eccept In whole or In part, the Tender deemed most favour- ible Tn the Inlerests of the Cily. S. W. Wilkinson, purchasing agent, City of Medicine Hat, Medicine Hat, Alberln. Underwood McLellan anrf Associalei Professional Engineers, Road Calg: 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS TO INVEST BROILER OP- eratlon, hogs. Cash rent up to acres. Box 4B, Herald. 81M-13 WANTED TO LEASE MOTEL r Waterton Park. at start cf sea- son. Box 4V, Herald. 6153-13 SCHWARTZ Agencies (19731 Limited College Mall. Phone 328-3J31 wldssl facility available. We ccn- stcJer ALL TYPES of morrgase loan? MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchonfs Trust 309-7lli SI. S. Phone 328-5548 C5J1H MORTGAGES All ol mortgage financing smalt towns acreages new an eld call CITY REALTY AND hi SURAMCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave, Soul LetribritJge, Alterta. 90 CONTRACTS FOR RUMPUS ROOMS, VUTCHE cupboards, remcdellrnti and repairs Phone B. Raver., 337-3119. Fres mstes. Cf-tn-lt at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 I3th St. N., phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of Funeral Service. CT94 GLOCKNER Albert, pass day, March 10th, 1973, at th age 76 years, beloved hus band of Mrs. Martha Glockne of J811 Gth Ave. A N. Mr. Gloc was born in Germany o February 11, 1897. He came 'CON'STRUC- I Canada in 1913, where he ma AVENUE BRIDGE ried Rosie Geishart who pred ceased him in 1948. He wor ed in Lethbrdige at Sick's Brew Frache's Greenhouse an noon 1 retired as stationary engineer STANTON Perrennial Kootenav badminton champion of the 1930s and 40s, Ella Eliz- abeth St-snton died at tfeir 5rickson home where they re- tired in 1970. She was the wife Herbert Stanton, Cominco creation director in ils pre- unicipal days, and herself rector of nursing at the orig- al company McDougall Hos- Uol, tlien at Kimbcrley and district Hospital. She was born Wardner 74 years ago, and rew up in Creston Valley, Urea raduated in nursing from the :ootenay Lake Genera] llospit at Nelson. She nursed a jrt Macleod for several year before coming to Kimberley where she was married in 192 and they lived at McDouga Recreation Hall. Also survivin ier are two sons, Dr. Rodge Stanton, Kimberley and Russe Minnie Ose away on March 12, Years may pass End fade away But memories of you will always stay. remembered b y Arvid, Ruby, Roy, Bryan, Skip End families. NOTICE TO TENDERERS CITY OF MEDICINE HAT CONTRACT NO. P.W.63S rENDERS FOR THE aled Tenders clearly marked r lor Ihe construction cl icnue Bridge Contract Ha. S33.'1 will be received by 1hP until o'clock Vancouver; two daughters Mrs. A. Speaker, Erickson, an Mrs. A. M. Hiekey, Vancouve'. 11 grandchildren; and a broil er, James Leamy, Nekon. In loving meirory 1 a dear mother and grand- mother, Ha Droll, who p away March 12, 1970. In tears we saw you sinking, We watched you fade away, Our hearts were broken You fought so hard to stay. God knew that you were 1 suffering. That Uie 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 die. remembered and sad-1 ly missed by: Melvin, Isabel, Brian Beverly and Ron M05' PRE-SEASON SALE ENDS Mov BUY NOW -SAVE DOLLARS AVOID DELAY HERE'S WHAT YOU GET ous Carrier con- iyslem complete cooling coil, ond Tubing tmmedJnlf inilallallon by Cairlcr trained rebale direct from carrier olf of your Installed price. CALL US TODAY FOR A FREE HOME SURVEY! Alcon Refrigeration ltd. Furnaces, Sheet McTal and Heating Air Conditioning 22U 43id St. S. Phone 327-5B16 Ro-Neet stops weeds in beets before they tha; two daughters, Martina Williams of Edmonton and Bflilg's'siruclura (cot long and 0 feet wide precast concrete bridge Roadways and Appurtenant Works- I Erfka Hayes of San Jose, Calif.; sidewalk three grandchildren; three sis- -taa cu. yd. ters, Mrs. Josepliine Petrunia iiu -4 rJ iM" strengin asphai! of Letlibridge ant) Mrs. Louise Schongcr and Mrs. Ann in Medkine' mf or in. Stfc. both of Germany and one f ihe consulting Ensincersjn Calgary brother, Paul Glockner of Oak- ciJMoo) land, Calif. Funeral sen'ices iw'ch'wiii "bV refunded it wiu be held Tuesday, March 13, barnyardgrass, wild oats, redroot I 1973, at a.m. iri the Christ (U, days f Ion wllhtn tcipt cf Tenders, 'enderi must te accompanied by ilied NERAL ROME LTD Djrectors Tender' CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NOTICE THE MATTER OF Section 175 c Municipal Government Act and I e mailer cf repealing a by-law clos n a certain outllc laneway. AKE UOTICE THAT Bt Its reguta eel Ing to be held on th th dav March, 1973, at the hou In Ihe evening, In Counc at Clly Halt In LcthbrldgB berlfl, (He Council of the Clly o intends to considers