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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 74 LOANS I INVESTMENTS NOTICES NOTICES NOTICES C J C DEATHS MLL1S Wednesday, March BL 1970, John Brock, aged six ruar> irs, beloved sou of Mr. Hasp d Mrs. Larry Willis, the a mond. Services al was nd Lutheran Church Mon- 21, otJearrt y J hanks, 'AWSH DEATHS K'K Passed away Feb-25, 1970, in the Innislail lal, Mrs. M. E. Black, at fr ge of 87 years. Mrs. Black vi born in P.E.I., February' 883. She resided in Lelh- hi e from the late 1940's to oi arly 19CO's at 1243 8th Ave. n ie was a member of Ihe a and attended the Maple Chapter here. She was eceased by her husband n, a daughter Frances and n Richard, who passed away e serving with the RCAF seas in 1944. Surviving are P sons, Jim of Edmonton, wart of Innisfail; three filers, Mrs. Mare Moore Mrs. Tom (Helen) Mcln- both of Innisfail and Mrs. e Melrose of Calgary; 16 xichildren; one residing in Lelhbridge L. J. Fisher, Box 490, Leth-ge; 19 great granilchil-n; two brothers, Stewart >re, Vancouver, B.C. and Ar-r Mcore, P.E.I.; one sister, Kate Jones, P.E.I. Fur.er-sen'ices were held in Innis-on Friday, February 27, F. A. McPhce officiated. JWe, CARDS OF THANKS KODiN Dane and Ethel sh to thank all their many or ends for the cards, flowers, G sits and many kindnesses M lich helped so much during s recent slay in hospital. Also ir thanks to the doc-tors and irses of St. Michael's Hospil-. C7112 SEVALRL'D ft is with sin-ere gratitude that we express our many friends and neigh-ors our appreciation for their indr.ess, sympathy and beauti-ul floral offerings in the loss f Henry Sevalrud. We espec-ally wish to thank Rev. Paul Jortman, the doctor, nurses and taff of the BCAV Island General lospilal and the staff of the 'atliscn Funeral Home. family ot the lale Henry Sevalrud. 1 nor taws IN MEMORIAMS GOERZEN' ID loving mem-y o{ a dear mother, Mary jerzen, wbo passed away arch 22, 1969. Ote year has passed that sad day, It was God's will Ihat you should not stay, A million words cannot express, Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. Ever remembered by family. S723 Co Mall Phw.e TiHBI. IT utility available, we TYPES mortgage loaru. for Addition To Canadian Western Natural N tcctpttd for the mainttn-cf Mynlcipal Hos-grcurds tp to 12 raon March 30, Cor.tact cr-.ieJ engir.cer for Eal TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS S THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE VERA AUGUSTA PARKINSON. JJ ot Ihe Cilf cf Ltlhtrldgt. In cl Albwla. Widcw. N o dW on day .ol riovemlur, KE NOTICE thai III persons having 5l ITO upon the ol the atove 4v med must the icilors by day ol April, 5. a f Jll slaterr.fnt al the.r ms and ol luld by them. RICE, PROWSE, MACLEAN MORTGAGE loans available on farms, honws, bcttls, ir.dels, con-.merclal artf tndirtlrial property located anywhere tn Alberta. Fast, cor-dia'. confldwiHal semie, al tc.inptli- T rive iVes. ,r Farmers-Merchants Trust b 30t Ith St. S. Phone 328-5W. N CWtttfn In accord the General for above works will received up to 3 p.m. April 3, M 70 by Robins Mitchell Watson, tr.y h St. S. Terxlers ihall r accompanied by a ceilified cheque by Ihe amount cl on ract dxumenh rr.ay be ofclalnfd t General from the "A fAargaret Jean, havlr.g left a bed artd board, t will no longer na espwiiible for my So ler. A. Signed: da HARRY 75 CONTRACTS j." _ CUSTOM CARPEN1CR SERVICE, c PhCfW 32M7e7. Specialillr.g prelab S construction, frarr.tr.g, remodelling, c gtraoes, finishing, Etc. SWJ-25 office on deposit of 5LOO.W. jb-trades may view plans at dikes the Construclian Association at elMxidge. he o-ACSl or any terser will net ne- K essar ly be accepted. NORTHERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT OTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING DTLCE Is given thai a the V.'ater Users d the BABKI, 18' 331 ?lh Soulh, Uthbrldge, Alberla. a C Solic !ors Iw the t Thc.-nas James Parkir.sai. FREB STEINER CEMENT WORK, c old e'l.'g, waler proofing. In-sured, free wtirrjles. Pr.one W-N34. C3641 Nortr.ern Disltct will eld tn the Elks Mall, k. rla, on Ihe day d March, I at o'ctofk p.m. IDT the pur-of the presentation of reports for year end December 31st, 1969, cf Chairman, and Ihe JJ of Ihe Board, aw) any other J1 ness cJ the district. n ated at Leir.uridge this 2tfn day iVjrch, 1J70. C. enttal TO CREDITORS S? AND CLAIMANTS THE rAATTER Of Estate of ftZEL IRENE WILLISOK, cf e City of In Iht cf Aiberla, WltJow, Deceased, ed on the Ch dar cf February, 1710. AKE NOTICE Ihat all persons having a rr.i upon ti-.t Es'ale of Ihe above (J> s-ned must tile ihe urriwstgned D alicilors by the 20th day o! April, tt D. 1970, statemenl of theTr alms ar.d of by RICE PROWSE, MACtCAN BABKI, p] 331 7lh Slrtet Alberta, Sollciicri fcr Executrix Shepherd. 2 p.m. The Rev. G. Ilen-lbridj ckson olficialing. Vulcan Fu- the t ral Home in charge of ar- s. S ngements. Interment in the OES ilcan Cemetery. C7131 Leal prod away in a e city on Friday, March 20, wlli] beloved husband of wcr rs. Martha A. Matthews of 713 (wo i St. S. Funeral arrangements s t e 11 be announced when com- eted. Martin Bros. Ud., Di- and of Funeral Service. h C71J4 WEEP TILE, CEMENT WORK and Sorenson Construclion, ItM >ih Are. S. Phone m uel. OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF LANDS ALUM HUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS, f REE ESTIMATES. JONES ROOFIKG. HALF TON WILL TRAVEL FOR li'.l dearvup and garbage hauled. Phor.e FOREST SERVICE INVITATION TO TENDER "Tender fcr Supply of Slurry Albcrla Fores! Service Brd No The closing date tw Tenders should read 11 AM, April 1, W7D and rol (Easier Pcblic Opening cf lenders take occe at 3 P.M., rA.S.T. April 1, and not March 30. (Easier ZONING BY VACANT HOUSES for less. PainlEr aller.dir.g U. oi L. 32SJ13J. In loving mem-ry oi a s a member PSPS Slovak So-2ty and the Miners Union. He wked as a miner in the Eelle-e Mohawk Mine retiring in 52. He was predeceased by s wife, Verona five sters and his parents, all in techoslovakia. Survivors in-ude one daughter, Maria; one n, Steve in Czechoslovakia; nieces, Mrs. Mary Vrabec Bellevue, Mrs. C. (Margar Slep of Natal, B.C.; twc ephews, Steve ar.d Joseph Ecr of Fernie, B.C.; grand lildren; one great grand tild. Prayers will be said r te Beltevue Catholic Church o unday, March 22, ot 7 p.m lass will be celebrated in th .ellevue Catholic Church a a.m. Monday, March 23 970. Interment, Bellevue Cath lie Cemetery. Fantin Chapel .td., is in charge. RUMPUS ROOMS AND BASEMENT suites. In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Samuel, who passed away March 21, 1963. Loving and kind in all his ways, Upright and just to the end of his days, Sincere and kind in heart and mind a beautiful memory he left behind. remembered and sadly missed by wife Rose and the children. 8719 35, Tcvmshlp 51, 3J, West of the Meridian. f tn crrr.ation kils may be obtained at he c! Ihe Secretary and Accountant, 375, Build-ng, Edmcnfon, Altxrta. A payment ol S20.00 will be required for each set cf documents, ar.d cheques shall be made payable to the Provincial Treasurer. Tach prcposa rrwt be by a cerHtied or bw.d En Ihe sum of made payab'.e to the provincial Treasurer. The Minister of J Highways ar.d Transport reic-rves tt-.e right to any cr all prcpwats, or accept ar.y proposal which he nay consider lo be In the best inteies of ihe Province. L. H. McrAa-.ui, DEPUTY MINISTER OF AKD F HE IRRIGATION ACT, 1968 (SECTION 59) NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING NcJce Is hereby given ihat a meet-g ol the water users of the St. Mary iver Dhlrict v.ill be held 1 Ihe Coaidare Han, Coa -ale, AlberFa, on 1he 31st o Aarch, 1970, al o'clxk in Ihe (ternoon and at 1he Rcyal Canadian cgicn Hall, Bow Island, Alberta, on he 1st day cf April, 1970, at 'C xk In Ihe afiernocn for the cf the prtser.fation ct the year-nd reporti of the chairtr.an, the manger and the of the board, ar.d nv other business of the dlslrlct. at Leihbrldge fhii Itth cfay A March, 1970-J. W. THIESSEH, PUBLIC PROPRIETARY ELECTORS TOttN OF is hereby given that pursuant to Section 122 of 1he Municipal Gcverr.ment Act, being Chapter cf Revised SlaJtres of Alberts wil h. a The Town of Colcman v.ill hold a plebiscite on the B1h day c! Acrll, .970, from o'clock AVA. la o'tlocV P.rA. TOWN OFFICE in an enrffavcr to allow the Proprietary Etectcrs cf the Tc.-.n cf Coieman, lo express whether they are in favcr cl i.i Ihe ccnilrucllcn cf a TENDER MigoTh United Church Manse Ti, being offered tor sate by lender. Th i home in very good coi-diMcm and ocated across the slrett from Ihe achocl. For tender forms, ir.spection cr o'fer contact Mr Syl Rarlck, Msgralh, Alia. Phone 753-3152. Ttnderi close Marth 31, TENDERS wii! be received tr, undersigned up to March 31, 197 for purchase and removal c! th Beaver Lumber building located a the corner of 3rd Aver.ue fc Sotrth, Lethbfldge. approximate su CTXIW. BIT Idlngi must removed by Ap rll litri ind lovnialicn irp completely. The highest or any tender r.ct 1616 15th Avenue, Norlti LET> BRIDGE, Alberto. he ToApn of BlaFrmore fcr the Crowsnett Pass. Dated this 17tJi day c! March, 1S70, In Coleman, Signed: C. F. SCH1LE, CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Sealed v.11 be received by 1 he underi-gned p.m., In loving memory of a dear wife, mother ar.d grandmother, Alison Mac Farlane, who passed away sud denly March 22, 1966. Her thoughts were all so ful cf us. She never could forget, And so we think that whu she is 1 She must be watching ye I. As angels keep their watch up there, Please God, just lei her That we down hare do nol forget, 5 We love and miss her so. remembered by her 2 loving husband Peler an family. 871 MATY In loving memo? t- of cur beloved falher ar n grandfather, George Maty, wl passed away March 22, IKS. y Twelve months have now s passed away, d But in our hearts your .s memory will stay, Jr Dear dsd, no more pain i- you bear, n. For you are safely in God y- care. remembered by George, Helen and gran children. U CONSTRUCTION Consfrt-ctjon Manager to LIMITED THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE nvi e Tenders rcr Electrical work t: ie Residence Portion of The New nlverslly D! Lelhbridge Campus. eated tenders marked "University c .elh bridge, Orp Reslden: Eleclrical" be received tnlil -m. WounfaJn Standard Time on Apr! 1970 by Ccnstrutllon Llmtte t Ihe 5i1e Adminlslralicn Office, Wes Alberta. "ender dxuments may be obta nf rcm the office cf Poole ConsUcd LErr.iled, S i re Admir. Wraticn Of ike West LethbrWge, Alberta on or elie Aarch 33, 1970 Lpon deposit of Cer itJed Cheqjft in the amount- cf I53.D made payable to The Governors, Tt; cf LelhbrTdse. The depos wil be refunded upon return ct 1h Drawings and Specificattcns vri h" I4 days of Tender Clssinc. Tenders will be sccorr Denied by Certified Cheque or a Bid Bord fc amount to 10% of ttnde jr te. The or any tender will n neceuarlly be accepted. Poc> Conslfcclian Llmlled, P.O. Bex 6J, Ltthbridge, Alberta. a dear father, George Maty, who passed away March 22, 1969. Gone, dear father, gone forever, How we miss your smiling face, But you left us to remember None" on earth can take your place, v A happy home we once cnjoyrd, How sweel the memory still, But death has left a loneliness d The world can never fill. remembered ar.d OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA Sealed Ter.ier will be received by Jhe ur.dersrgned lor ths sale ol one Columbia Trailer tandem pin hitch and or.e spare rim and tire. Deck Vie 3' x IBVi' Tire sfie 15 en cr befc.-e P.M. Wonday March 1570. Terms: Cash, This trailer can be seen at the County PubiL Vuti. ihoft In for i further informs Men Frank Heck, Mrnk ipa 1 Stperviicr. r The highest or any cuer ret reces-- sarily accepted. 0 Roy R. 'rVallma.i. s Setretary-Treasurer. COUNTY OF FORTY MIIE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA Sealed will be received t the undersigned until p.m. c Tuesday, April Iflh, 1978 (or the Clio Ing chemicals: 1. 24-45 gallon drums cf CT, co 2-4-D Esler. J. 10-iS gallon drums of either 50 c cr 55 oz. low vclalile Ester fcrrr lalloo 2-4-D. Delivery to be F.O.B. For most wiiti dellvtiy dale rot lalfr th May 1st, 1973- The Ccunty rtserv the riQhl to pL.-re.hase atfdilianBl qua 1 1 M of accepted tender at tenJ pf ce. to bt clearly mark "Tender 'en J-t-0" The cvrtst cr tender net nee 1 Mrily accepted. Roy R. Wairmai. secrerary-Treasurer, Cour.ly Oi Forty Ho. 6 Foremost, of a FIRE HALL c-f ap-proKimaleiy square feet, in the Clly of LeihLrldge, Alberts. General Conireclcrs may Plans and: Specif icaticns from LURIE t NEUPELDi and En-gir.Krs, 3M Street Soulh, Lelh-V Cridge, upon a deposit cf S100.00, fur.djble providing that all cJxurr.ents are rerurr.ed unr.srked 'a good rot lalcr rtan len days afler the closinq c( termers. Sub-Contractors rray examine Plan! I- end Specifkalions at the Lethbridge u- aid Calgary Connection Association Ofirees, and their bids be mittcd through the Albeila Bid De-sn posHory, 1311 3rd Avenve South, Alberts. n- A certified cheque In amount er of S1D.OOO.CO must accompany all General Contracts' Bids, and the suc-ed cesstul Contractor will be required to furnish a Performance fiond in the amount of 507e cf the Ccnlracl, The lOA-est or any bid will not MCfs-sarily accepted. T. L. FERGUSOU, City Manager. ciiy Han. OF LAND The land Is offered by lender: f The North Eait Charter ct Secllon r Thirly-four fn Township Ten Range Twenly-U-a Vftsl cf the Fourth in the PrcvTr.ee of Alberta, as stov.n on a plan cf survey of the said Tox-.stiip approved at 01 la October, 59C9, coifainlng One Hfcr.dred, [UD OF THANKS PIERSON We wish lo ej ess our deepest appreciatio Die doctors and nurses ite Municipal and Auxiliai ospitals, to all the relative nd friends, the pallbearers ar all who sent flowers, can r helped in any way during o recent bereavement. Words ca not express our oppreriatio Our sincere thank you lo ever ne. Pierson, Lloyd and Sherman ssdlv missed by Mike and Helen Maty. d w Yesterday By THF, CANADIAN PRESS ill Burton I. Gordin, 50, executive director of Ihe Michi-'s gan Civil Rights Commission; of gunshot wounds. v Ottawa-Donny Lewicki, 23, d- former slar quarlcrhack for the University of Ottawa fcolball 20 team; of cancer. RE: ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 The following tcr a dev cament permit has bocri mads to t Municipal PJar.nlr.g 70-113 R. Alwoixl Jo Establish. home occupation-phone service cnly an declrical ccntraclcr, at 19C3 t Soulh. Place ol hearlig: CouncFI Chambers City or less, SubEect lo the in the existing ol Title. TENDERS rr.arked "Nick Tender" mtst ba the hantfs of the undersigned by o'clock in the arternoo-i en Ihe 10th day ot April, 1970. TENDERS shou'd-bo acccT.panied b-a certified cheque for 10 per cent c Ihe amount cf Ihe Ter.der. The balarce of ihe purchase prke shall be payab! within ihirry tfays afler c h" Tender. If 1he successful tend-rer RANCI D1SPI Fort Macleod 1 SATURDA SALE STAI 63 1 REGISTERED HBRIDGE H HORSE ERSION At -Action Maiket Ltd. Y, APRIL 4th tTS AT P.M. HEAD 63 HORSES back lo Registered Quarfcr Horsr; fo Regislered Thoroughbred of Nazada AHC R-34774 and 3-year-olds, broke to Yeailings ChifdrPn's Ponies AND CHARIOTS 41" fiigH, complete wilh o.ny Teams, under 1 Molched Brown; 1 Sorrel and Block; Harness TO Mares Broke fo Drive Broke to ceplar.ce ot his Tender, Ihe depcs Shan be forfeited. The highest or an fi Te.-dcr not necessarily acceplw Cheques cf lenderers wi be ta Iherr. For further partirjlars apply fo Mortgage has acquired the exclusive rights in Edmonton and Calgary to this of hearing: A'ar 25r Any person affected by Ihe s proposal has the right to present br el prior to th? hearing and lo present and tc t-oard at ihs hear! 'Persons requiring to be heard at rr.eetmg shall submir briefs o nevefopment Officer nsT laler 1 March 2J, 1970. The appllcatroi (or develcpmcnt sapper ling ddta may be inspeclecf Ihe City Ha'l in the Office of Development Olficsr. Dale: iVarcf. 19, 1970. T. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON id WILUAM5 a SolfcJfcrs 201 Car-ada Truil Bulldir-q Lelhbridge, Alter la [e for Ihe ExecuJr x. te M. MORE PUBLIC NOTICES ON PAGE Concha P-147.069 -Irish Phil ARABS 4 Half Arab Yearlings ou 1 Fouryearold Arab PALOMINOS 5 Matched Palominos, 2 7 Matched Pair Polomino CHILDREN'S PONIES 5 Head of Gentle PONY CHUCKWAGON 4 Matched Sorrc s, wagon and 3 1 Pair Sorreli; 1 Sorrel and and Chariots. DRIVING TEAMS 1 Team Marched Falomi 1 Team Sorrel Mares, 5C SADDLE HORSES 25 Head Saddle Hones PACK HORSES S Hood Pack E5 1 i long time resident of Jfa ...the greatest improvement in real estate since multiple listing 460 galleries in Canada and the Un ted States million in real estate transactions in 1969 one of the world's largest real estate referral systems 1 3-dimensional back-lighted pictorial displays enabling buyers to see homes and properties in a luxurious living room selling before inspection i Mergers Medallion Mortgage holdings include the major Calgary a real estate broker Metro Really. A merger with Buxton 1 Realty in Edmonton has been announced, A Vancouver firm merger announcement will be made soon, Medallion Mortgage Corp. WAITING FOR TRAINED MOTEL MANAGERS 55 olher inferesting in ihe hospilolify field; no experience necessary; excellent salariej oflen wilh apartment i ago no barrier. Openings for men, couples all over the as chains expand, new mole Is, ho e t, resorls ore being built every day I i FREE BOOK fells where the what ihey pay, what you need lo qualify, how Lewis has been training in the home or in our resident school for over 53 years, how our Naltonwide Placemen) service o no ex ro charge works. Send for free i booki look through it. If it seems like a career you'd be interested in, we can arrange a personal interview In your area. MAIL COUPON NOW Return coupon with your name, age, ond number 19, 1970. Mr. llervcy 1 born in Jedburgh, Scotland o December I, 1885, and came 1 Canada in 1907 at Ibe age of 2 years. He has resided in Ray mond for 63 years until th time cf his passing. A blac smith by trade, he worked fo James Hawkins ar.d later fo John Hyde until he became scl employed. His first wife Minna Marshall died in 1920 leaving four small children. He latei married Annie Marshall wh 1 mond United Church on Mor day, March 23, 1970 at 2 p.tr with liev. R. D. Johnstonc Moil of these half-sized ponle: are out of a Registered Welsh Slud Hclcnslca Maple Cream, These hove been handled every day and are exceptionally gentle. Yearlings ond 2-year-olds have been ridden and are well started. AUCTIONtfUS KENNETH E. HURLBURT D. K. McNAR Lie. No. 274 Lie. No. SCHOOLS A Division of Infernaliona Career Academy of Canada, Reglona Admissions FORT MACLEOD 1 11 IT III R1IR1U-1 AUCTION P'v'- I M I LN E Inlerment will follow i the family plol in Ihe Tempi Hill Cemetery. Friends ma mecl Ihe family at the churc from 1 p.m. prior to Ihe se vice. Chrislensen Salmon F neral Home Ltd., 621 4th Ave. S.W., Calgary Tel. 2664056 ti 1 am inlercslcd n f 1 Classroom Home Sludy 1 ;