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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 "HE LtTHBRIDGE HERALD PUBLIC urday. March 1973 e acock redicts rice hike Herald Legislature Bureau ij EDMONTON Industry Unister Fred Peacock said tho budget debate Friday at the role of government the is to "direct, to uide, to aid, but never subsli- D e" private enterprise.' He predicted a general level f increasing prices [or most ommodiUes for the coming ear and said coal production lould be maintained at rr is, Sn CARDS OF THANKS NIH1LL I would like to lank my doctors, and the c urses of St. Michael's Hospital J or the wonderful care I was iven while a patient there. A aecial thanks to members of IB Lcthbrfdge Real Esta'e ioard, Farmers and Merchants Crust Oo. and all my friends in Medicine Hal, Forl lacleod and Pincher Creek 1'or heir cards, flowers, visits and ;aod wishes. It was all sin-erely appreciated, Nihill. I wiorictwis s IN MEMORIAM tb CARTER In loving mem- [c ry of Chsslcy, who passed away b purchase alter acceptance of his tender, 1he deposit shall be forfeited. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will M returned to fhem. -For further particulars apply to Martin Hoyl, Esq., Barrister and Solicitor, P.O. Box 566, 335-loth Street Soulh, Alberta. Edward Klsel Clerk of Supreme Court Chambers APPROVED: L. S. TURCOTTE We wish to REQUIRED COMMERCIAL AND APARTMENT BLOCK rlbbino. Framrna: GyprocV, onlacf Ross and Co. Lid., Box 75. resron, B.C. l 42B-73M or 423-4976 f our rleep appreciation to iur relations, neighbors and riends for their kind expressions of sympathy; the cards, rtass cards, flowers and dona-ions and all kindness shown during our recent bereavement. )ur sincere thanks lo Father Schuster, Father Fields and Falher LeBel, the sisters of St. Michael's Hospital, the staffs of SI. Michael's and Municipal Auxiliary Hospitals, the CVfl, for lunch served. Troidl family. results ENGLISH FA CUP Quarter-finals Chelsea 2 Arsenal 2 Derby 0 Leeds 1 Sunderland 2 Lulon 0 Wolverhampton 2 Coventry 0 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division Everton 2 Sheffield U 1 Ipswich 2 West Brom 0 Man United Newcastle 1 Norwich 1 Leicester 1 Southampton 2 Birmingham 0 Stoke 0 Liverpool 1 West Ham 2 Man City 1 Division 11 Aston Villa 2 Portsmouth 0 Blackpool 2 Fulham 0 Bristol C 0 Oxford 0 Cardiff 0 Burnley I Carlisle 1 Orient 0 Huddersfield" 1 Middlesbrough 1 Millwall 4 Preston 1. Sheffield W 1 Brighton 1 Swinclon 0 Notts F 0 Division III Blackburn 3 Swansea 0 Bolton 2 Rochdale 1 Brentford 1 Southend 2 Grimsby 0 Halifax 0 Notts C 1 Wrexham 0 Oldham 0 Charlton 1 Plymouth 1 Bournemouth 0 Roiherham 2 Walsall 0 Watford 0 Chesterfield 0 York 3 Scunthorpe 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division 1 Dumbarton 4 Kilmarnock 2 Hibernian 2 Morton 1 St. Johnstone 2 Falkirk 1 Division II Berwick 1 Clydcbank 0 Cowdenbeath 0 Queen of S 2 E Stirling 4 Stirling 3 Hamilton 2 Duniermline 1 St. Mirren 4 Alloa 2 Stenhousemuir 1 Clyde 2 Stranraer 1 Bailh 4 IRISH LEAGUE Ballymena 2 Cliftonville 1 Bangor 1 Portadown 3 Crusaders 2 Coleraine 1 La rue 0 Linfield 2 Glenavon 1 Ards 2 Glentoran 2 Distillery WOODWOBTH Lelloy, iied February 26, 1973. Friends the late Mr. Woodworlh are nvited to attend a memorial service to be held in tlie Evan- u jelical Free Church at Cham- lion at 2 p.m., Tuesday, ilarch nith former Pastor Rev. officiating. Dona-ions may be made to the University of Lethbridge LeRoy IVoodworth Fund. 8481- 17h f ____ n STOTT Elsie Mary, passed away in Cardston on Friday, March 16, 1973, at the age of u 81 years, beloved wife of the .ate Jolia Stott of Cardston. She leaves to mourn her passing, two daughters, Mrs. Andrew (Helen) Stokes of Wells- s ville, Utah, and Mrs. Robert L (Miu-y) Griger of Tucson, Ari- zona; three sons, Dr. George Stott of Bryan, Texas, Frank Stott of Elko, Nevada and John W. Siott Jr. of Vancouver, Washington, and 17 grandchildren. Funeral services will be lield Tuesday, March 20, 1973, at p.m. in the Alberla Stake Chapel, with Bishop Brj'ce Cahoon officiating. Interment will follow in the Card-ston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon until prior to the service in the He-iief Society Room of the Church'. CIIRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. cum SCHILDWACHTER Passed away in Picture Butte on Friday, March 16, 1973, following a brief illness, Mrs. Caroline Schildwachter at the age of 77 years of Turin, Alberta, beloved wife of the late Mr. Henry Schildwachter. Born and raised in Hungary, the late Mrs. Schildwachter came to Canada in 1929 to the Iron Springs District. In 1S46 she moved to Turin where she has resided until her passing. She was predeceased by her loving OF THANKS SAUER I would like to ank all my friends and rela-ves for all the cards, flowers nd visits I received while in Michael's Hospital. Sauer 3829 BACH I wish to thank the urses and staff of St. Michael's ospital for their kindness dur-ig my stay there. A special lanks to relatives and friends called to visit. Your kind-ess is much appreciated. Bach. 8749 LIZZI I wish to extend my incerest, heartfelt thanks, on ehalf of myself and family, to ur many friends and relatives or the many expressions of and ness during my stay in and convalescence at home, nd convalescence at home. I'our thoughtfulness and kind-ess will never be forgotten. May God bless you all. Lizzi and family. BUS TENDER The Counly of Newell No. 4, Brooks, Mberta requests tenders on the fellow-ng tuses: 1 60 passenger passengers passengers Specifications may be obtained froni he County Office in Brooks. Tenders will close af noon April 6, 913. Lov.est or any not necessarily accepted. D. N. James, Municipal Secretary County of Kewell No. 4 Brooks, MEMORIALS CARTER In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Ctesley Carter, who passed away March 17, 1972. remembered by Ben, Joan, Tim and Terry. 8745 GRAHAM In loving memory of my darling infant daughter, Dianne Marie, who passed away March 16, 1967. She was only a sweet little rosebud, A sweet little flower from birth. God took her home to Heaven, Before shs was soiled on earth. remembered b y mom Linda, and brothers, Richard and Troy. 8873-17 MACATJLAY In memory of William B. Macaulay, who passed away March 17, 1972. "Until the day break." remembered by his wife Dorothy, and Jack, Allen, Meredith, Kathleen and Douglas. 8746 SAVA In loving memory of a dear son and brother Gary, who passed away Marcf IS, 1961. We miss his smile, his cheerful way, We miss the things he used to say. When happy days we ofl' TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF IRENE AGUES PALLIN, also known as Helene Pallin, ate of Lelhbridge, In the Province of who died on the Ulrt day of February, A.D. 1973, TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon Ihe esrdfe of the above named must file wilh Ihe undersigned Solicitor by the 191h day of April, 1973. a ful statement of their claims anil of securities held by Ihem. JOHN VASELENAK, Q.C. Suite D. Hetcalfe Lelnbridge, Alberta T1J 2B4 Solicitor for Ihe Executrix Marion Bealrlce C. NOTICE TO TENDERERS THE TOWN OF BROOKS, ALBERTA Tentters for the supply of arm the Construction ol Ccncrete Curb and Gutter, Roadway Uwradlng and Asphallic Hot Mix Surfacing, eddfessed to the Municipal Secretary, Town of Brocks, Alberta, will be received up to p.m., M.S.T., approximate quantities fnvotved Common Excavation cu, yds. Pit Run Gravel cu. yds, AsphaUfc Hct Surfacing 2" compacted depth sq. yds. compacled deplh sq. yds. compacted depth 7" compacted depth Concrete Curt) and Gutter lin. ft. Copies ol the Drawings and Specif -calicos may be obtained from the Calqory Oifite of Ihe Consul ling Engineer upon deposit of S50 In cheque, made payable 1o tho Engineers. Tenders must be accompanied by a wrlfkxJ cheque or Bid Bond In rne amount ol ten per cent ol the total Terrier Price, payable lo Ihe Town of B rooks Te ixtereds a re also requl red o supply a Ctxvsenl of surety Form n the amount equal one hundred (100 V0) per of the Contract Sum. Owner reserves the right lo waive in, or any or alt tenders, or to accept the Tender deemed most favorabla in the Interest of the Owner, Mr. E. U Undqulst MiMilclpal Secretary Town of BrooXs BROOKS, TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS If THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LFTHBRIDGE IN THF ESTATE OS JAMES PETHE. tha Efder, also known as Jim Petne, late of Lerhbridge, Alberts, who died on the 2nd day of September, A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all person hav ng c a ms upon Ihe Estate, of 1he above named must file with the Executrix by the 16th day of April, A.D. 1973, a full statement of Iheir claims and cf securifies held by them. STRLNGAM, DENECKY S. BAINES Solicitors for Ihe Execulrix 309 CanJda Trust Bulidmg Lelhbridge, Alberta I want to thank my doctors, the nursing staff on he first and second floors at St. Michaels Hospital for the wonderful care I received while there, I also want to thank my relatives aiid many friends for their visits, flowers, gifts and cards. Your thoughtfulness and good wishevS will always be remembered. Boyd L. Cirrrie 8253 GLOCKNER Our Heartfelt thanks and appreciation to our many friends who came to our assistance during the loss of our father and husband (Mr. Albert Thanks to Father Field and to the many people who sent floral and food tributes. Many thanks to the staff and sisters of St. Michael's Hospital and lo those who showed sympathy to us during HADFiELD Farm Auction Sale Tuesday, March 27, 11 a.m. IVi miles east of Owendale, 1 mile south or 14 miles west of Del Bonita 2 mifes North. LUNCH SERVED TERMS CASH Having been favoured by Jim Hadfield lo sell his farm sola to the highest bidder, he offers for sale ]he following that is luted: AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Mr. Had field has spent his entire life on his farm and hai taken the best of care of all his machinery and has accumulated the best of tools and equipment. This is one sale you can be welt advised to attend far top equipment. PROPERTY FOR SALE BY TENDER To setlle an eslale, Ihe following ands and buildings are offered for sale by tender: PARCEL 1 Lot One In Blocx Two [D, Plan Picture Butle 4744 D.I. (Residential Property) PARCEL 1 Lot Two In Associates Umited Consulting Professional Engineers 1WO Kensington Road N.W. Calgary, Alberta T7N 3S3 Those parcels are located near P i ct ure B u! f e and be 1 n-.spectedi by conta cling the uncJers i g net] solicitor, Tenders will te accepted bv the said solicilor up lo and including the 23rd of March, A.D. 1973. Terms are a 10% deposit wirh tender and tha balance 30 days affer acceplance, tne highest or any tender not 1956 and survivors include two sons, Messrs. Henry Schildwachter of Turin and Mr. John Sdhildwachter of Edmonton, three grandchildren and one brother in Hungary. The funeral service will be held M. Gtackner, Mrs. M. Williams, Mrs. E. Hayos. all. loved and remem bared by mom and dad anc family. 879-HUTTON In loving DIAL BEFORE YOU DIG! M.M. No. 5 propane tractor wilh dual wheels 18.43x4 tires and Robin front end loader with bale fork and wide buckel, 1 966 M.M. G707 propane Irocior cab llnled gEoss, 23.1x30 tires. These units are top unils and ready for your work. 1 MACHINERY I 150 l.H.C. 20 run 1 4 ft. drill, ferlilizcr attachments, Uans. GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS PUBUC SALES OF OFFET CARLTON 314 7th Slreet at 1 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL sincere appreciation to th SW 30 1 17 4 9 2 17 4 Ul.O S W. 26 6 JO 4 1S9.01 CC. of T. 113-M-139) Pt. S.E. 11 5 21 4 79.0 (C. of T, USA 35) SE. n 5 21 4 133.6 [C. Cf T, 145-A-3S) S 23 S 21 4 33. (C. Of T. US-A-34) N.W. 18 7 17 4 160.C HE 19 7 17 4 160J N.W. 19 7 17 4 Ui.i 5 E 19 7 17 4 140. S.E. 33 7 17 4 160, S E. 3-t 7 17 4 60 S.W. 34 7 17 4 the license pcrlioo of the premises i 3 accordance the provision of Th Liquor Licensing Act and the Regula 1 tions marfe thereunder respec 1 lo the following described premises VILLAGE INN (WARNER) LTC 3 Warner, Alberta The Eaalerfy 10 feel1 of Lot 33 and th 6 whcle cf Lois 31 to 37 inclusive Block 9, Plan JM3 N. S Objections to Ihis annlication shall h made forrnwlth to The Alberla Liquc 10 Control Board, Edmonlon. iO Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, Ih 0 23th day of February, A.D. 1973. J VILLAGE INN (WARNER) LT[ X) Mr. Peterson was born Sept. 9, 188S at Bear Country, Idaho and carne to Canada with his parents in 1902 and homestead-. at Taber. He later moved to Raymond where he has sided since. He farmed until 1935 when he obtained ment at the Canadian Sugar Factory until retirement. He 5 leaves lo mcitrn his passing; 5 sons Garth of Vcradale 3 Washington and Richard OF THE WEEK' __ y ASTRO REALTY LTD. 10 motors, 1 4 inch, 11 ft. auger wilh motor, I TRUCKS 1959 Ford" C550 cab, over 825x20 tires, grain box w th Edwards hoist, 1960 A130 l.H.C., 1 ion wilh duals and factory steel box, wilh hoist, 700x17 lires, runs good, 1954 L130 l.H.C., 1 Ion with duals. CATTLE EQUIPMENT New steel stock racks fils ton truck, Clinlo porlable caltEe loader, H.D. Snoco cadlc squeeze, 1 150 Snell slock oiler, coif puller. TANKS 500 gallon, two compartment fuel lank on sleel stand. 400 gallon fuel Icnk. N.E. 30 5 18 4 140 N 30 5 1 8 4 1 OT-S.E. 30 5 18 4 1W S-W. 30 5 18 4 of Lelhbridge, Mrs Dean (Mary) Nelson of Fournoy 1 80 Welder anrl supplies, acetylene welder, H.E. 31 5 18 4 160. 31 5 13 4 (A, S.E. 31 5 li 4 160. S.W. 31 5 18 4 140. N.E. 6 6 19 4 157. f. IS 4 141. S.W. 6 6 18 4 )60 fl. N.E. 9 6 20 4 141 (C. of T. 1HC-35) Pt. S.E. 9 A 30 4 149 tC. of T. 154-C-J5) Pt. S.W. 9 6 20 4 (C. cf T. 154-C-3S) Raymcrvd" Lots Brock p 2 1 01 m 1 and t 10? 4J8 Each parcel will be offered For sa ublecl la Ihe approval of the Minis cf Municipal Affairs arid to reserve bid and to and condiUorvs contained In Ihe exl rng Certificates of TiNe. Terms: Cash. Redemption may effected by pa rrent of all arrears of laxes and ca at any lime prior to the sale. Dated at the Village of Warner, tne Province of Alberta, this 2nd d February, 1973. J. K. DUNCAN, 'treasurer, RE: ZONING BYLAW u NO. 2750 Trie following applications for rtevelo 32 ment pcrmils have been approved Ihe Municipal Pfanning Commiis on March 14, ;j )26 F, Douglas to establish a hon 47 eccupaliwi In connection with accou Ing al 917 !7 Street A Ncrlh. 73 127 J. Dagr.one to eslab sh, n home occupation office and pfw 9J service for A iJ-ucVirg business al 20 ?J 19 Street Horlh, e, 73 119 J. W. Moore 1o establish er hc-.-ne occupation office and pho a service for consulting service for ns terlor decora -it 1007 Lakew t- Boulevard. Any person affected -by the said de sion may appeal such decision to y. Devefopment Appe.il Board by de iv fs Ing either or by Reg sler Mail, statement of Ihe grounds of n peal fo reach the Office of the C ay CferK not later than March 28, 1973 Dafed: March 15, 1973 W. C. Cameron Development Officer M Pittman of Mountain View California, Mrs. Leo Sidebollom of Reno, Nevada Mrs. Harold (Barbara) Kane o J Palo Alto, Calif., and Mrs. (Helen) Hobidcaux of Bolters ne field, Calif.; 27 grand child ret i- and 14 great-grandchildren. Fu a neral services will be held Mm day, March 19, 1973 at p.m. in the Christensen Chape with Elder Ronald Heggic con )f. ducting. Interment will folfov ay In tho Temple Hill Cemetery ti. No (lowers by request, dona ie tions may be made to the Can SJJ adian Cancer Society at 40 f- Canada Trust Bldg., Lett