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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Morth 15, 1972 PUBLIC NOTICES SALE 5Y TENDER Sealid lender? will ti> accepted un1ll p.m. Friday, April 7, IW. to purchase NL1. U-J containing 140 acres mere cv Tmfer should slate terms anil cf oHer. The highest cr anv lender not neces- sarily acccpte-f- fhe option lo meet fhe hlijTicst tender. The purchaser A ill bo required to purchase fra Improvements co Ihe place Terms cash. D. AV Hc-lladay Secretary-Treasurer County cf Vv'jrncr Me-. Wai AIM NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALOtRTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LE-THBRIOGE In tht> matter of the Estate cf SAHAH ELIZABETH SCOVILLE, who died >he 20th day uf February A D. TAKE NOTICE: that flU persons hav' Ing clalns L'pcn Ihe estate cf 'he above must file with fhe undersigned toJIclrcrs by the diy of April A D, IV7I a foil jfafffmenr cf their claims and cf s-xuritios held by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY AND BATNES tlarrlsters and Solicitors 309 Carvicfa Trust Bulging STEINKE To Mr. and Mrs. Warner Steinke (nee Joy Skelly) at Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, on February 14, 1972. a daugh- ter, Claudia Anne, 7 Ibs., 1C ozs. 9013 TENDER BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Sealed Tenders marked "Contract No 5127" ere invited but mLSt t-e received at the of 1 fee cf 1he General Manager, AI ted a Government TelS- phcnes, 3cx 2-111, K9IO KOtri Strt-cf, 31st Fleer, Edmonton, Alberta, n o 1 later than p.m. AVS.T, Thurs- day, Aoril 13, for: Ejt 950174, Pro'. Brook-, for ths supply and erection cf Ai'4" x 73'0" eme storey metal building com- plete with electrical, meuti- anical, grading, graveling, fencing, Sff. ComDlpffon shall be September U, 1571. Plans end specifications may obtained from the office of the Suoar- vlscr, Cc-niracf Ad alien, Pur- ehasmci Oecartmtrif, Alberts Govern- ment Telenhtwies, Box Jill, 1C070 I001h Street, Flocr. Alberta end are avallabls to General Ccn- !ractors op-eratino In the Province oi Alb en deposit of a Fifty Cellar (S50.PO) Certified Cheque, which will be refunded if Plans and Specifica- tions are returr.ed (o this office fourteen (14) day? after clos- ing date of tenders, clherwiie the de- posit shall be foreleit. Each lender must t.e accomcanlec by Bid Bond fn the value of 10 per cenl of the tender, The successful bidder will quired to furnish, a Performance L...... and a Labour and MarerlaJ Payment Bond, each In the value oi 50 per cent cf the Contract. Plans and Specifications have been S laced In the Construction Associs- 'ens at Edmcnlon, Cnlgary, Medi- cine HB! ar.d for the use of sub-conJractors. All Inquiries regarding lh- work cl tnis tender shall "be directed to Engi- neering Supervisor of Building Ccn struct lor, phwi" 475-430.5, Fdrnonton. The right Is reserved to reject an> w all bids. J. W. Dodds, General Managsr Mil PUBLIC NOTICE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS be received by undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. standard Time on Tuesday, April 1, 1972 fcr the construction of Ihe n City l-lmirs to Cochrane, 6 C6 to Mile 16.El, Grading, Asph-altic Concrete Base- Pavement and Other YtorK, Approximate Quantities, Cubic Yards Excavation, l-QrKO Tons ot Gravel, Ton Miles Haul. (2) Project S.R. 646, Jet. Hwy. 41 (Elk, Point) fo E. cf Lindbergh, Mile 30.W to Mile 41.50, Asphallic Concrete Base-Pavement, Approximate Quantities, Tons of Gravel, Ton Wiles H a (3) Highway 12. S. cf Hoadley to E. ot Nor buck iViitg J3.15 to Mile W.39, Soil-Cement Base Course, AsphalUc Concrete Paveinent, As phallic C MI ere I e Base-Pavement and Olner Work, Prelect S.R. 612, E. of Buck Lake to Jet HAY- (WinffekO, Mile to Mife 25.65, Concrete Base-Pavement, Apprc-ximate Quantises, 110 0X1 Tons of Soil-Cernent Tens cf Gravel, Ton Allies Haul, Contract ar.d Specifications may be ottair.cd at the eft Ice of the Chief Cmstnrcttcn Engineer, Build- inq, EdmcnJon, Alta-, the cffice ot 1he District Engineer. 170? Sixlrt Street N.W.i Cnlgarv- and trie office cf the DJstnti Engineer, 1ico Building. Letntridge. Alberta, and will t.' available only Individuals regiitered and in the Prov- ince of Alberta, or to partnerships _cr ccrporatiov.s registered and operating in and who have a fixed cf business In the Province of Alberta. A deposit cf Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Prov- incial Treasurer, will be required for each ccpy the and Specifi- cations JaXen. and for grading pro'ecls profiles will be supplied upon a further deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars (135.00) Each bid must be accompanied by marked cfiedue or bond equal fo cf Tender. Tenders will be opened Ir public. The lowest or any Tender no1 necessarily accepted, L. H. Mc'Aanus, Deputy Minister cf an: Transport, CA48 McLEAN Passed away on Friday, March '24, 1972, Keltic MoLcmi of Foil Maclcod. Bbni In Ijouisvillc, Kentucky. came to Fort Maclcod with her family in 1907. She married Robert K. Mclxxui in 1918 and tlwy made tJieir JIOHIR on tlie Pioneer Hanch until 1959 wlwn Air. McLean her. SHe then retired to Fort Ma- cleod. She is sun'ived by one sisier Mrs. Jane Wlupple of Fort Mae'eod. The funeral ser- vice will be Ire Id in St. Andrews Prosbyterian CTnirch on Monday fit p.m., Rov jecvge Peters officiating, In- :crment Union C e m e t e ry. Flowers gratefully d eclined. Funeral a r r a n gemente by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C990 PUBLIC NOTICE JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM PROPERTY The following property Is offered for sale by tender, subject to the res- trictions In the existing Certificate of and of Seclfon 3MG-2J-WJ which properly Is located 7 mlfes we 1 of Nobleford or 13 rnlles east GranujTi, Alberta. This property Is approximately 31- acres fenced, and Is relatively free cf and wwds. There Is a S room house, cnicken house, a barn and shed Tenders fn sealed envelopes markec S.C. 63750, accompanied by a markec cheque for cash for 10% cf the amoun! cf 'the tender, mirst te in Ihe cf 1he Clerk of the Supreme Court. Court Kouie, Calgary r Alberta, by o'clock noon en Monday, Ihi 17th day of April, A.D. 1972. The balance cf the purchase price shall bo paid Into Court within thirty days after acceptance cf tender. I" Uie successful tenderer does not com fhe purchase after acceptance of his fender, the deposit shall be forfeited. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Cheques d unsuccessful tenderers wilt be returned to them. For further particulars apply tc R. W. Fletcher, Saucier, Jon- Black, Gain, Stratton and Layers Barristers and Solicitors, 300 Bcntal Building, Calgary, Alberta, phono 262 4S11. DATED Bt Ihe City of Calgary, !i the Province of Alberta, this 16th tJa- cf March, A.D, 1973. APPROVED: "Norman B. John stone" Clwk of the Supremo Courf Chamber MIYAGAWA Passed nwa> suddenly in Vancouver on Fri- day, March 24, 1972, Mr. (Xsn- nu (Sam) Mtyagawa at Iliu age of 41 years of Vancouver !formerly ci be- .ovcd son of Mrs. HLSHC Miya- of LetJtbridge. arraiigemenls bo an- nounced when completed. .lAHTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- ors of the Funeral Service. C904 nionams DEATHS OH.UEKT Passed away in j tlw t-ity on I-Viday, March 2-1, 972, Mr. Cluislopher Jilbert, ;it the age of Be- of Mrs. Mary filbert, !tlh S. Funeral iiTJUige me nt.s II be an- iioiux-od wlicn complete cl. 13KOS. Dircc- ors of the Fuiteral Scrvico. C99G HEMPEL Passed away at 'ictoria, B.C. on Thursday larch 23, 1972, Anna Christine, it fhe age of tig years. Prayers viil be said in St. Augustine's toman Catholic Church at Ta- icr, on Tuesttay, March 28 at ;30 p.m. Funeral service ie con c! u cted from St. Augus- tus's Roman Catliolic Church t Tabor on Wednesday, March 9lh at a.m., with Father iurkc Hoschka celebrant. In- ermcnt will follow in Tabor ileinorial Gardens. No flowers >y request. HUMPHRIES FU- sLRAL HOME LTD., Taber, in :harge of arrangements. C99" GEE Passed away sudden ly at the residence on Monday, March 20, 1972, Mr. Gee Fai (Gee Kai Joe) at the age of 7C years, beloved husband of Mrs Sue Won Yee of Raymond. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, March 28, at p.m, in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue with Rev. R, W. K, Elliott officiat- ing. Interment will follow the Chinese section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martii Bros, TRADITIONAL CHAP EL, 812 3 Avenue S. (Courtesy parking at the rear of the Chapel) phone 328-2361. MAR TIN BROS. LTD., Directors ol Funeral Service. C9ft. Where do employers have a say in the way we make you "career "Inside Saif." Salt's Advisory Councils are made up of prospective employers maybe yours! Thought leaders from many fields serve on it because they're concerned about the future yours and those of the businesses and industries they represent.They have 3 say in the programs and courses vie plan for you at Salt. What these programs and courses should include. How they can be made even more valuable for students who are realty serious about making themselves "career ready." Are you? A Sail career aptitude interview will help you make certain that you select the right program. For further information, DIAL CAREERS; 284-8413. SOLTTHERN ALBERTA INSTTfTUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DPIN HOUSUPRILM5 AprilH9ajn-Kpnn. April 15 t2noon-Sp.m. away suri denly in Somerset, Bermuda Wednesday, March 22, 1972 Reginald, beloved husband Zita Pitman formerly Ten nant of Lethbridge, Alta. H was born in Bermuda, Novem ber 4, 191G and lived there al life. Besides his loving wit he is survived by three chi dren, Edward o E Soinerse Bermuda, Susan and Williar at home: one brother, Herbert of Fort Kolls, B.C. aud three sisters, Helen of Vancouver, B.C., Audrey and Jean in Ber- muda. Funeral services, Satur- day, March 25, 1972. 0025 DEATHS IXIHNZ Passed nway in w city oti Thursday, March J, 1972, following a lengthy ill- ess, Mrs. Maria Doonz at tho go of 79 years, of 117 7th ue A S. beloved wife of tho lute Ir. Nick Doom. Hcquiem Mass viil be cclobraled on Monday t a.m. St. Patrick's Catholic Church with Rev. Bather M. Gillls celebrant. In- erment wilt follow in the War- ier Cemetery. Friends ma y ).iy their respects at Bros. TRADITIONAL CIIAPKL R12 3 Avenue S. phone 328-23G1. MARTIN BROS', LTD., Direo lors of Uie Funeral Service. CM3 A member of one of the Pioneer families of Re- ;ina, Mrs. LorcUa Merle (Daw- son) Bright, beloved wife of ,Ir. Oliver Bright of lit? 16th St. S. Lethbridgc passed away i LetJibridge on Friday, March 1972, at the age of 73 years, ollowing a brief illness. The alo Mrs. Bright came to Leth- bridge with her husband in 956, following his retirement fom tlie federal Fisheries 3ept. and has resided here un :il her passing. Besides her lov- ing husband, she is survived by three daughters, Mrs. D. S. Barbara) O'Connell, Mrs. V. S. Betty) Jackson, Mrs. L. H. Carol) Watkinson, all of )ridge; nine grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; one sister Mrs. Anne Duitcalfc, Vancouver and one brother; Mr. Walter Dawson of Calgary. Funeral ser- vice will be held on Monday at p.m. in St. Augustine's An- glican Church, Lethbridge will Rev. R. L. Crisfield and Rev B. H. Doyle officiating Inter ment will follow ui Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Marlin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL, 812 3 Avenue S. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C992 DEATH S Passed away n tbe cily on Friday, March 24, 1972, following a lengthy ill- icss, Mr. Herbert William Chanibers at the nge of 53 fears, beloveil luisbantl of Mi's. Stella Chambers of 203 21 St. S, Born, raised and educated in Warner tho late Mr. Cham- bers was a well known lap man it I tie Water! on Ilotc for 15 coiisecutive summers and also at the York Hotel from tiie lime it opened tintJl liKw. For ilw six years lie M'as a lab technician wilh the Diagnostic Laboratory of the Ve tori nary Services Divi- sion. Over Uie years he has extremely active in local Iwckey am I bascba 11 ci rcles. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by thitc SOILS, David and Brent at Iwme and Wayne, of Calgary; one daughter, Mrs. (Edith) C. Goodfellow, Leth- bridge; his mother, Mrs, Bes- sie Chambers, Le-thbridgc; two grandchildren, two sisters. Mrs. (AI ar garet) R A gar, Leth- bridge, Mrs. Juanita Walker, Calgary and one brother, Mr. Jolui Chambers of Lethbridge, The Funeral service will bo held on Tuesday at p.m in Martin Bros. Menioria Chapel 703 13 SI. N. with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. In- terment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flow- ers, those who wish may do- nate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bldg. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. C991 CARDS OF THANKS OOGTKHOM 1 would like o thank those who sent cards, gifts and flowers wlu'lo I was in the hospital. All the kindness shown me and my family was 'cry much apprecinted. Grace Dogterom. 8953 WI15LAND 1 wish to ex- press my sincere appreciation ;o my doctors of tiie H a i g Clinic, for the considerable care I received; the Municipal Hos- pital nursing staff for the won- derful care and kindtvess; to my friends and relatives for the visits, cards, flowers and gifts. Special thanks to tlw ministers and members of various churcli- es for their kind visits (luring my illness. Your thoughtfulness was gratefully appreciated and will always be remembered. Helen Wieland, Iron Springs. 8982 GROSS We would like to express our gratitude to the many friends for the kindnesses shown us in our recent time of sorrow. A special thanks lo Father Hoschka, Father 0'- Dwyer and Father Lynn for the funeral mass and sermon. Many thanks also to the pallbearers, ushers, organist, soloist; for sympathy cards, masses offer- ed, and prayers said. A special thanks to the Grassy Lake C.W.L. who catered to the luncheon after services. To Humphries Funeral Home, we thank you for your assistance. May we say, thanks so very much to you all. Gross family. 8947 MORE CLASSIFIED ON PAGE 23 STREETS SMELL SWEET The footpaths in the centre of Bankstown in New South Wales are cleaned with. perfumed water J FOR SALE! BELLEVUE MUNICIPAL BUILDING AND ATTACHED FIXTURES All muter [a Is and lumber derived from buildmg must be removed but basement fill not required. Building open for fnspection Monday through Friday from a.m. to 4 p.m. or hy special appointment with village secretary. Bids musl be submitted no later than April 25. Building must be de- molished wilhin 90 days after agreement of sole. Termi ore cash. Phone 564-4811, Bc-llevuo, Alberta. FLORENCE HANNEM, Secretary Treasuver THE HOME OF YOUR CHOICE FOR APPOINTMENT TO SEE ONE OF THESE HOMES CALL ONE OR OUR COURTEOUS SALES REPRESENTATIVES Overlooking Victoria Park Gracious family home, large living room, separate dining room. Combined kitchen- family room spacious solid walnut kilchen cupboards. Three bedrooms. Knotty pine game raom. Air-conditioning ihroughout. And imagine owning your own private swim- ming pool. This is trufy the ultimate in family living. Shown by appointment only. Exclusive. South Parkside Drive sq, fl, of fuxurious living, Icfeaf for tho golfing enthusiast. 5 bedrooms, family room wilh wood burning fireplace, formal dining room, large kifchen with an abundance of cup- boards. Patio with brfck barbeque, attached carport and storage closet. Large well Jond- yard. M.L.S. Winston Churchill Area Lovely ihree bedroom home. Ready for inv mediate occupancy Spacious kitchen with lot of cupboards. Powder room off Master bed- room. Tastefully decorafed throughout. Price to sell so phone now for private showings. M.L.S, GEORGE SCOTT VINCENT HARDY PHYLUS MOWERS LYNN SfLMAN MORRIS PASHKOWICH Res. Phone ,127-2783 Res. Phono 327-0492 Ret. Phone 327-3359 Res. Phone 327-6396 Res. Phone 328-5648 CANADA TRUST REALTOR ASK ABOUT OUR NEW INTERIM FINANCING PLAN Corner 3rd Ave. and 7fh St. S. Phone 327-8581 MULTIPIE LISTING SERVICE ;