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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, March 16, 1974 PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER The County ol Newell No 4. Brooks. Alberta requests tenders on five (5) new School Buses: 2 42 passenger 1 48 passenger 2 54 passenger Tenders will be reviewed on April 11. 1974 Specifications may be obtained from County Office at Brooks. Alberta Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted D N James. County Administrator County of Newell No. 4 Brooks. Alberta M80 TENDERS Sealed tenders will be received at the office of the Secretary Treasurer of the Town of Raymond until 10 a.m Monday. March 18th. 1974forasmall older home to be purchased and removed from the premises of 144 North-200 West in Raymond Trees and shrubs to be left undamaged, property to be left clean of debris. V. Gilchnst Secretary-Treasurer Town of Raymond Box 629. Raymond. Alberta. M42 NOTICE HEREFORD STEERS The Agriculture'Canada Research Station. Lethbridge. Alberta, requires 80 Hereford steers, approximately 550 pounds weight each Quotations are invited for these animals. Asking price should be per pound or per CWT FOB The Research Station. Lethbridge. based on scale weight at time of unloading Tenders should be addressed to the Agriculture Canada Research Station. Lethbridge. Alberta end will close at noon, Thursday March 21st Station personnel will examine animals for suitability after opening of tender For further information contact. C. G. Schoemng. Administrative Officer Finance. Agriculture Canada .Research Station. Lethbridge Phone 327-4561 M94 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the ESTATE OF NORMAN GEORGE HOOSE. late of the City of Lethbridge. in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 18th day of January A.D 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 17th day of April AD 1974. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them PRITCHARD, MEDHURST, LERNER WILKINS 104 Graburn Building Medicine Hat. Alberta Solicitors for the Administrator M54 TOWN OF COLEMAN TENDERS Sealed tenders addressed to Mr. John Kapalka. Secretary Treasurer. Town of Coieman. Alberta and marked TQwn Office and Library Tenders will be received up to 2-00 p m (Local Time) March 22. 1974 for the construction of a new Town Office and Library Plans and Specifications may be obtained with a deposit of S50.00 from the Town Office in Coieman. Underwood McLellan and Associates Limited. 401 Mayor Magrath Drive. Lethbridge and Underwood McLellan and" Associates limited. 2540 Kensington Road N W Calgary Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted 'Office ol the Secretary-Treasurer Town of Coieman Coieman. Alberta M43 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF STEVE BINGES, Sr (otherwise known as Steve Binges the late of the City of Lethbridge. in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 30th day ol January. A D 1974. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate, of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 16th day of April. 1974. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them RICE. MCLEAN, BABKI EVANS 903 3rd Avenue South. Lethbridge. Alberta. Solicitors for the Executnces M55 TENDERS The County of Mountain View No 17 hereoy invites tenders for the .frvicf- of a motor scraper t nmparable 10 3 Caterpillar No 627 >r No 631 lor the 1974 road r.oiisuuclion season The tender shall be all inclusive e g. fuel, maintenance Inc successful tender will be 'Derating along with two other No 627 on road' oonblruction and will be working on a -jrf per day basis will bfl accepted by the until 10 00 a rn March ?7ih 1974 tOWEST or ANY Tenoer not "pcessarily accepted f J Oawley Cotinly Commissioner PO Bon 100 Oidsbiiry Alberta TOM OWO M68 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Assessment of properties m Ihe Town of Magrath made under the Assessmem Act. has been authorized to' use m 1974 and that ihe said Assessment Ron win be open for insoection during Ihe period of March 12. 1974 to April 12. 1974. during office hours and that any person who desires to object 1o Ihe entry of his name or lhal of any other person upon Jhe said roll or wishes io object JO his or any assessment as being 100 high or loo low musl, wilhm ihe said period lodge rits or her compamj in writing with Jhe Secretary- Treasurer of Jhe Town of Magralh Oaled al Magrafh jrns 125h day of March 1974 Siprted H C Poulsen. Secretary- Treasurer M90 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUOlClAl DISTRICT OF Births, Deaths, In Memoriams in the estate of ROSEMARY ROGER also -known as ROSEMARY RODGER and ROSEMARY T RODGER lale of CiJy of Lelhbtidge m 'he "Province of Alberts died on the 21sJday of December AD 1973 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon jtte eslale of The above named must f'lft wifli Jhe Sol'trlors for ihe by the 261ti day Of April. A 0 1974 a ftffl slaiemeni of their Claims and ert seturiies held by Jhem STR1NGAM. DENECKY. BA1NES LLEWELLYN SdliC-rtors for the 309 Canada Trust Building LETMBR1DGE Afberta M71 BIRTH AMENDT Jack and Veronica Amendt are pleased to announce the arrival of their chosen son Russell Dean. Born February 26.1974. weighing 6 Ibs. 2 ozs. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Peter Amendt of Picture Butte, Alberta and Mr. and Mrs. George T. Drinkell of Lethbridge. Alberta. 422 DEATHS HAYMAN Passed away m the city on Thursday, March 14, 1974. following a lengthy illness, Mr. Edwin Hayman. at the age of 83 years, beloved husband of Mrs Jeannetta Hayman of 1113 9th Ave. S. The Graveside Service will be held at 10.00 a.m. on Monday, March 18, 1974 in Mountain View Cemetery, with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C8121 HARKER Leon of Mesa, Arizona, formerly of Edmonton, died in a fire on March 15th. 1974 at the age of 67 years, beloved husband of Mrs. LaFern Harker of Mesa, Arizona. Mr. Harker was born in Hillspring, Alberta July 3, 1906. He was the oldest son of Heber and Tina Harker, early pioneers from Utah. He was a school teacher and was principal of the Hillspring School until 1937, when he left to further his education at the Brigham Young University, where he received his Masters Degree in 1939. He taught Science at the High School in Raymond until 1954. was Principal of the Barnwell School for two years and taught in Edmonton from 1956 until 1971. except for the 1961- 62 school year, when he taught at Adisadel College in Ghana. He was an active member of the Lions Club of Raymond, where he was secretary for the last 10 years. He was active in the Albert i Teachers Association. He retired in 1971 to Mesa. Arizona. He was president of the Airstream Travel Club, Alberta Saskatchewan Unit 1972-73. He is survived by his father, Heber Harker of Cardston, His wife, LaFern; his step- mother. Amelia Burnham Harker of Cardston: four sons. Garth of Lethbridge. Laurie of Seattle. Wash.. Michael of Calgary and Byron of Montreal: two daughters. Mrs. Shirley Bascom of Jean D'or Prairie. Alberta and Mrs. Mane Matiaszou of Spruce Grove: 18 grandchildren and four great grandchildren: four brothers. Doug and Andy of Lethbridge, Grant of Hillspring. Theron of Cardston: one sister, Mrs. Love Davis of Lethbridge. Funeral services will be held in the Lethbridge Stake Chapel on Monday, March 18lh at 2 p.m.. with Bishop Deloy Wight officiating. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. until prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the c-hurch. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. _ C8125 PUBLIC NOTICES FOR SALE Alberta WheaJ Pool, otters for sale by Tender, the 31.000 bushel balloon annex at Welling This building must be dismantled or re- moved on or before July 31. 1974 The sale A new grants program for the per- forming arts, described as an attempt to sort out the deluge of requests for funds, was an- nounced Friday by Secretary ol State Hugh Faulkner. Initial help totalling ,million is destined for theatres in Montreal. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont., and Edmonton as well as the Vancouver Symphony Or- chestra. The Edmonton and Vancouver grants are the largest, worth million each, and are to be spread over three years, starting in 1975. Edmonton's Citadel Theatre is to get million for a new building expected to cost at least million. The Citadel group has said it was costing them a day to wait for federal help becaus- construc- tion costs on the pi ject were rising that quickly. Its present building is a renovated Salva- tion Army hall. Vancouver's Orpheum Theatre, a baroque holdover from the 1890s. was built origi- nally as a vaudeville and bur- lesque house, and was the Vancouver Symphony's original home before it was turned into a movie theatre. ACOUSTICS APPROVED Its acoustics were recently tested by the National Youth Orchestra and pronounced ideal for a concert hall. The city proposed saving it from being cut into three or more small movie houses. The city has until March 20 to bid on the building and the asking price is million. Renovations are expected to cost an additional million and Ma.Vor Art Phillips wants Ottawa and the British Columbia government to pick up two-thirds of the total cost. Montreal's Centaur Theatre will get and the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the- Lake Mr. Faulkner told the Com- mons that federal involvement, in the arts has had a profound effect on Canada's cultural life. has manifested itself through the burgeoning demand of Canadians for access to the work and performance of our artists and nowhere has this demand been more accutely felt than in the area of the performing arts "As a result, many of our performing arts organizations are faced with the problem of expanding their facilities to meet this demand." Mr Faulkner said the government's investment in development of the arts has paid off handsomely. "The benefits to the people of Canada far outweigh the dollars spent." The new assistance! program has some criteria for applicants: will be available only for established organ- izations whose competence has been proven. organization will be required to submit proof it can meet the increased operating costs of a new or expanded fa- cility. has to be "adequate financial between the various levels of government and private backers. Outside the House, Mr. Faulkner was asked whether spending millions of dollars on the arts is frivolous during an inflationary period. VALUE APPRECIATED He rejected this, saying the arts "are an important part of a civilized existence." There were other government ex- penditures such as "six-lane highways or super airports" that might be considered more. frivolous than assistance for the arts. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES 3REAT CANADIAN OIL SANDS LIMITED MINING DEPARTMENT Due to a major expansion of our mining department, a large numbe of permanent openings exist tot individuals Io work on our cor veyor systems and heavy equip ment Preference mil be given ft. applicants with at least one year experience m one or more of the above areas with emphasis on heavy equipment operation. STARTING WAGE PER HOUR Excellent promotional opportunities to per hour ATI wage rates swtojed Jo general review June 1. 1974. )n addition successful applicants are offered relocation assistance, yeai -round employment and ex- cellent benefMs AH sue- oessWI candidates will be required Jo temporarily in our camp accommodations pending com- pletion of a major ihome con- struction program for employ- ees scheduled 'ot completion throughout 5ne spring Room and board wrtl be supplied al no cost to employee during this period interested applicants please con- tad THE SUPERINTENDENT, EMPLOYMENT GREAT CANADIAN OIL SANDS LIMITED Box 450, For) McMurray, Alberta Phone (403) 743-3331 Collect ________ ;