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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, March PUBLIC NOTICES HOUSE FOR SALE Sealed tenders, clearly marked "House will be received by the undersigned up to 4-.W p.m. Friday, April 13, for Ihe purchase ol property and building sltualeJ In Lund- Alberta, and described us Lori H to 16 Inclusive, In Blacfc J. Plan LuiWbreck 2177S; commonly known as I he Almond Hwie. A certlilKi cheque, payable to Ihe Plncher Crwfc School Division No. for 10 cent ol the tender price musl tender not necessarily ncccpted. R. J. Roth, Secrelary-Treasurer 1 Plncher Creek School Division No. 29 I PtNCHEft CREEK, Alberta PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE 1n Ihe Estate nt GERRIT BERNARD- US HARBERS, laie ol the Village of Nobleford, in Ihe Province of who died en the day ol August, A D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon fha estate of 1he above named must file svHh Ihe undersigned solicitors by Ihe 3Cth day of April, 1973 a lull statement ol 1hetr claims and cf securilies hsld by 1hem. RICE, MACLEAN, BABKl AND EVANS, 903 3rd Avenue South, Lelhbridge, Alberla Solicitors for the Executor. CITY OF LETHBR1DGE TENDERS CONSTRUCTION OF CONCRETE SIDEWALKS, CURBS AND GUTTERS 'ed; tenders clearly merged en Ihe envelope as to con1en.fi, be re- ceived ar Ihe Office of the Purchas- ing Agent, City Sfores 2SO Jfh Street Nor Hi, Lelhbridge, Afberfa unlil p.m., M.S.T. Tuesday, April 17, 1973 (or the construcHon of approxi- mately tin eat feel ol Concrete Curbs and Gulfers and lineal feet of separate Concrete Sidewalk. Plans and specif iealienrv may be Jamieson hammers Tory 6power lust' TENDERS obtained a! Ihe Office of the Purchas- ing Agent upon a depcsit ol z. One Hundred Dollar (SI 00.00) Certified which fcc relundcd on Ihe eturn of Ihe documents in good con- dition within fourteen (14) days the official opening of lenders. Each tender must bo accompanied by .1 certified cheque or bid bond payable to Ihe City Treasurer, City of Leth- bridge, lor a sum not less than STc of Ihe tendered price and a Ccnsenl of Surely Form for 1he Performance Guarantee Band described In the Spe- cifications. A bond In the amounr iOtt of Ihe Total tender sum required ol rhe successful tenderer for Ihe lailh- ful performance ol Ihe contract. Sealed Tenders will be received by Ihe Architects until p.m., MON- DAY. APRIL 23rd, 1973, lor the con- struction of an addition 1o Ihe ARMY, NAVY AND AIRFQRCE VETERANS' CLUB, LETHBRIDGE. General Contractors may obtain Plans and Specilicalicns from Ihe Architects upon a deposit of S100.00, refundable providing that all documents are re- turned unmarked and in good condition not later than ten days after the clos- ing cf lenders. Sub-Contra cf xs may examine Plans and Specifications at ttw Lethbridrie and Calgary Construction Association office, and bids shall submitted In accordance wilh. rules andi regula- tions of the Alberta Bid Depository Lid., through Ire Lelhbridge branch. General Conlraclcrs shall enciose with their tenders eilner a bid bond cr cer- tified cheque In Ihe of "Trie successlul Contraclor l-e re- quired Io furnish a Performance Bond In the amount cf iOCr of the Contract. The lowest or any lender will not necessarily be accrued. LURIE AND NEUFELD ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS 3W Sixth Street South, LETH8 RIDGE, ALBERTA. Ml 10 The sarlly accepted W. PONECU PURCHASING any tender ncr PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will be received by the under signed up 1o 11.CO A.M. on Friday, April 13, 1P73 for the con- slruclion ol the following DEATHS RED CROW Passed away in Red Deer on March 28, 3973, Fred Roy Red Crow, aged 23 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stabs- down of the Blood Reserve. Born and raised on the Blood Reserve he has resided for the past seven years in Red Deer. He is also survived by two brothers, Wallace and Harry; seven sisters, Mrs. Isobel Healy, Mrs. Annie Scout, Leona Nora, Evelyn, Lena, Myrna Sfcabsdown and his grandmo- ther, Mrs. Annie Red Crow all of the Blood Reserve. The fun- eral service will be held in St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church, vStandoif, Monday at 10 a.m., Rev. J. Regnier officiat- ing. Interment in Standoff Cem- etery. A wake service will be held at the Fred Stabsdown residence on Sunday evening. Friends who wish may donate to the Dorothy Gooder Home, Mentally Retarded, Lethbridge Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Maclcod. CD445 oria General Hospital, Victor- a on Thursday, March 29, 1373, ames Heauy Leyland, aged 73 ears, born in England, hits- of Amy Georgia Hill, ether of Bruce of Catham, )ntario( and Geoff rey of Leamington, Ontario. The fi> icral service will be held in St. Martins in the Fields Jhurch, Obcd Ave. Victoria on March 30 at vith the Rev. T. Williams offi- ciating, followed by cremation. Me Call B ros. Funeral Direc- ors, Victoria in charge of ar- rangements. 9736 A Projcct: 5.R. E INVITATION TO TENDER TOWN OF NANTON Sealed Tenders marked "Tenders fcr the Town of Nanlcn, 1973 Slreel will be received until I p.m. M.S.T., Tuesday April 171h, 1973 at the Office of ths Secretary- Treasurer Tn Nanlcn, The project will inclutfa Ihe following approximate quantities: PART A lln. It. Curb, Cutler and Re- lated Concrete Work PART B sq. yds. Hot Mix Asphalflc Pavement The owner reserves the right to Part A and 8 separately. Bona-fide contractors may obtain plans and specifications irom ths of- fice of Ihe Consulting Engineers, on deposit of SJS.OO in the form of a certified cheque made payable to the Engineers. The deposit will te funtfed only if the plans and specifica- tions are returned In good order prior to (he closing of lenders, or if a bona- fide tendtr is received. Tenders must be accompanied by a written consent ot surety and a certi- fied ctiequs or bid bond In trie amount of ten percent (IOC'0 of the fender. Trie Owner reserves the right t days afler i.iff date Senders, Ihe de- shall be Each tender must bs accompanied by an Individual Bid in the value of ten (JW per cent of tho tender. The succesilul bidder will fee re- quired to furnish a Performance Bond and a Labor and Pay- ment Bond, each In Ihe value of fifly (50) per cent of Ihs fender. All Inquirlei regarding the work of (his tender shall be directed to DIs- t r 1 c I Construction Superintendent, Saulh, 241-5134, talfjary. The rigM Is reserved to reicd any or all fcid? J. W. Dorfds General Manger JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM PROPERTY The following property Is offered for 1 sale by tender sublet to res- Irictlons, covenants, conditions and en- cumbant25 in the existing certificates ct Title: PARCEL. 1: SWi and SEli Sec. 4 and and SVj of Sec. 9, all fn 5, Rge. 27 WJfA containing 545.02 acres more or fess. PARCEL 2: Pin. SEH and NVJ'i of Sec. 20; P1n. WVi Sec. 21; Pins, of LSDS II, 12. 13, 14 cf Sec. 27j Fraclional Wte and Pfn. of EVj ol Sec. 23; All Sec. 29; Ptns. SE'i and NE'.i Sec. 31; Ptn. and Sec. 33; SWl'4 Sec. 32; All LSD 12 arid Pins, cf LSDs 11, 13 and 14 of Sec. Ptn. SVV'.i Sec. 33; Ptn. SE'A Sec. 33, all in Twp. 9, Rge. 23, VMM. containing 2.112.S5 acres more or less Ihe lands herein totalling altogether acres more or less, Tenders in sealed envelopes marked S.C. 96154 accompanied by a marked cheque or cash for of lha amount of the tender must be in 1he hands of the Clerk cf 1he Supreme Court, Court House, Calgary, Alberta, by o'clock noon, 171h April, A.D. 1973. The balance cf fhe purchase price shall be paid !nfo Court within 30 days after cf lender, if the successful tenderer does not com- plefe the purchase afler aceptance of his tender, the deposit shall te for- feited. The highest or any lender necssarlly accepted, cheques of unsuccessful tenderers v.ill be re- lurned to Ihem. further information aoply to F, J. Fleury, c'o MSCKIAUAIE MATTH- EWS, sixth flocr, Albsrla and South- ern Building, 2iO Fourth Avenue Soutn Weit, Calgary, Alberfa, T3P DATED at Ihe City cf Calgary, In Ihe Province cf Alberta, this 21st dav of March, A.D. 1973. APPROVED: Eric R, Gaunt Clerk of file Supreme Court Chambers M94 Winnipeg, the late Mr. McQuil Ian served i'4 years with the Winnipeg Health Dept. before coining to Coaldale in 1953. He has served with the Coaldale Health Department since and was Public Health Inspector of the Barons Eureka Health Unit. Past President 01 the Fish and Game Association in Coaldale, a member of the LO.O.F. and the Institute of Sanitary Inspec- tors and the C.P.H.A. An avid sportsman, he was extremely active in Church and commun- ity affairs. The late Mr.Mc- Quillan served with the Medi- cal Corps during Second World War. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one son, Robert of Biggar, Sask.; one daughter, Mrs. (Margaret) D. M. McCann of Coaldale, and three grand- daughters. He was predeceased by ona Bister and one .Brother. The funeral service be held ors Monday at p.m. in the United Church Coaldple, with Hev. Albert Baldeo and Rev. Ron Johnstone officiating. In- terment will follow in the fam- ily plot, Archmount Memori al Gardens. Fricnfis may pay their respects at Martin Bros MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13 St N., phone 328-2381, until 12 noon on Monday. Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund care of Mrs. N Wray, 1703 15 St. S. Leth- LILLY Passed away in the city on Thursday, March 29 1973 following a lengthy illness, Mr. Robert Edward Lilly at the age of 2S years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Vicie Lilly of 302- 23rd St. S. Born in Lethbridge, the late Mr. Lilly was a gradu- ate of Uie L.C.I, and was em- ployed as an accountant with the Royal Bank of Canada at the time of his passing. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by his parents. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Lilly of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held on Monday at 2 p.m. in the Leth- bridge Alliance Church, 1202 3 Avenue S., with Rev. Dan Goldsmith officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 12-3 Avenue S., phone 328- 361. Those who wish may do- nate to the Gideon Bible Asso- ciation, care of Mr. L. H. Ed- wards 822 10th S., Leth- bridge. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral Ser- preciated. CALGARYC CP) Don Jamie- son, minister of regional and economic expansion, decried the Progressive Conservatives Fri- day for parliamentary trickery and a "lust for power." The Newfoundland MP, with a sympathetic audience at the annual Alberta Liberal party convention, overcame a faulty public address system as he fired his criticisms. The Conservatives have used every political opportunity to force a confidence vote, he said, and "every motion they have produced has been devis- ed in devipusness and trickery." At no time did they attempt to promote any reasonable cause but sought solely to re- from gov- Ralph. SS73 move the Liberals ernment. bridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of the Funeral Ser vice' C3443 PUBLIC NOTICES BALANYK I wish to thank my doctors of Campbell Clinic and nurses on tlie second floor Municipal Hospital who looked after me so well while I was a patient. Also thanks to all my friends for their visits, cards and gifts. Balanyk 9705 L1Z7I I wish to extend my sheerest, heartfelt thanks, on behalf of myself and family, to our many friends and relatives for the many expressions of kindness during my stay in hos- pital and convalescence at home. Your thoughtfulness and kind- ness will never be forgotten. Jlay God bless you all. Lizzi and family. vice. C0444 KNOX Passed away in the city on Thursday, March 29, 1973 following a brief illness. Mr. William Knox, at the age of 75 years, beloved IN MEMORIAMS S1IART In loving memory of a dear father and grand- father, Thomas, who passed by away March 31, 1971. remembered family. 9672 Top boar fetches EDMONTON (CP) Neil T, Fulks, a Waskatenau swine breeder, captured the top price of at the Canadian Western stock show and sale Friday (or his reserve champion Y o r k- shire toar. The animal was purchased by V. Jensen and Sons of Prince Albert. The second highest rice, was paid by Albert Kas- telic of Sangudo, for the cham- pion Yorkshire boar entered by )oug Maschmeyer of Bruder- leim, A. Matejka and Sons ot Ponoka received for their champion Yorkshire sow and also had the champion Lacombo sow which brought "Had we put forward the ten i commandments, the Tories in their loathing of us and their lust for power would have voted against them." SUIT AUDIENCE And the minister said, by in- ference, the Conf ervalives under Robert Stanficld adopted policies to suit the audience being addressed. "We say the same thing in all parts of the country. "I don't make one speech in Calgary and another in Chicou- timi on national unity. "My leader doesn't say one hing in one part of the coun- try and deny it in another." Mr. Jamieson told the 250 supporters that those who com- ilain of Liberal arrogance may iust not be able to recognize mde. The easy route after the Oct. 30 election would have been for the Liberals to resipn but that would have ignored the fact they had the meet support. They chose to govern, with the feeling they were the best suited, and the result has not been arrogance but pride. ANSWER The minister, who is in the throes of reorganizing his de- partment to better deal with regional disparities, said part of the answer lies !n the enor- mous natural resources of the poorer areas. He said he could not say what would have happened in Alberta in 1947 if a rampant nationalist had arrived at Uie then-poor province and said not to de- velop foreign money. But if someone offered in Newfoundland today to develop all the iron ore the source of the money would not matter and "that's because there's poverty." That ditl not mean there was not a better way of doing things, but if any area is so- cially, culturally or economi- cally deprived compared with the rest of the country the ten- dency is against unity. Pattern tiusband of Mrs. Agnes Knox 410 12 St. C. N. Born, raised and educator' in Ireland, the late Mr, Knox came to Canaxla in 1913 and settled in Leth- bridge. He first worked for the Lethbridge Iron Works at-.d later served cverse as with TENDERS Sealed lenders specifying unit delivery prices will be received fay; The Manager St. Mary River Irrigation District 1104 Mayer Magralh Drive P.O. Box 278 LETHBRIOGE, Alberla for the supply of Diesel Fuel anil purple Gas to various points through- out the Dislrict. Further information, as 1 o delivery points and approximate volume at each paint is avaltebla Leitl- TENDER REMOVAL OF TELEPHONE PLANT Sealed Tenders mr.rked "Contract No. are Invited but must bo ra- cefved at the office of the Gonaral Manager, Alberta Government Tele- ihones, 100 Street, 31st Floor Alberla TiJ QN5, not later than 2: (JO p.m. tec a I time, Tuesday, April 34. mi, for: Estimate BK333, Prelect 3644, tor the the Canadian Army. (He was (me of the few remaining Vimy Ridge After the war he opened his own tire shop in Lethbridge and became a very well known business man. He retired in 1962 and has contin- ued to reside in Lethbridge until his passing. He was a Tnember of the Canadian Legion and a member of First United Church, where he and his wile were caretakers from 1963 to 19G8. Besides his loving wife he' is survived by one son, Bill Jr. of 16th St. S. Lethbridge Ihree grandchildren; one great- grandson, and one sister, Mrs. Bessie Pebles of Berkley, Cali- fornia. He was predeceased by one sen in 1910, one brother id six sisters. The funeral ser- ce will be held on Monday at in First United Church Rev. Ken Jordan officiat- g. Interment will follcw in Uie mily plot, MOUNTAIN View emetery. Friends may pay ieir respects at Martin Bros. IE MORTAL CHAPEL 703- i St. N., phone 328-2361. Those ho wish may donate to the harity of their choice. MAR- IN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C8442 WESTBROOK In loving memory of a dear husband, "j.'her and grandfather, James Westbrook, passed rway March 31, 1962. missed and lovingly remembered by his wife and family. %38 NOHDLUND In loving memory of a dear husband father and grandfather, Hans who passed away April 1, 1972 Memories are like leaves o gold, They never tarnish or never grow old. remembered by wife Lena, Evelyn and Everth NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Notic is hereby given mat a meeting o waler cf the BDW River Irriqalion will be held at Enchant community tiall on the 9lh day tf April 1973, at o'clock the afremrxm (cr tjia purpose cf presenf.-iticn ol the year-end reporls c1 hoard cl directcrs, the auditor o the board, and any other busi ino DaretJ at E March 7P73. Signsti: (Mrs.) "Diane chant Ihis 26th clay c loval and disposal cf A.G.T. plant froni: Ulhbridge to Tafcer via Coaftfalc, Alter fa, tonsfslfng cf approximately 1215 poles and 3WO x.arms, and from to Grassy Lake, Aiterla, con- sisting of approximately 1125 poles and ?340 All plant [s readily acccssibk along Highway Ho. 3. Completion dafe shall August 1, 1573. Only employing qualified Krisrr.cn nccr! apply. Sid sets may be cblalned from the of- fice of trie Supervisor Contract Ad- mi msfralien, Alberta Government Floor, Edmonton, Alberla TSJ ONS and are available to cwifraclors op- erarirq in IM Provinw of Alberta on dc-nosit a Dollar fWO.WJJ. Cer- tified wn'ch wiif if Plans and Soecificalicns are re- turned to Ihis office seven '71 days afler closing dale of lenders, otherwise deposit ihall be forfeit. Egcti fender must be flccomoanled by Bid Bond In Ihe value cf ten [10> per cent of tender. The successful bidder required furnish s Performance Rand and a Labor and Ma ferial Payment Bond, each In (he value of fifly per cent Df Ihe contract. Al! Inquiries regarding 1he work o( Jhis hnd c-r sha 11 be d i to Pi'anf E-nginecrTng Coos! ruction Supervisor RuraH, phcrc Edmonlcn. Tha rfflht li restrved lo relent any cr all bins. J. W. Doddi Otncral Manager MMff NOTECE TO TENDERERS Sealed Tenders fcr the construction o a pumphouse and walormafn far Imn of CIareshc.lmr addrcssei to To'ftn cf Clares holm, cc'o TOV.II Oflice, Clareshcim Alberta, VJilf te re ceived there vp to p.m. M-S.T- Aoril 19, 1973. fn? fnr.fudes: 370 feet 6" tirameler 970 leet cf 8" dlarr.cter feet 10" diameter watermai pumphouse appurtinances- Copies of Ihe drawings anrf specifies ions may bs cblained from Ihe offlc of the consullinrj engineers, upon deposit twenty live dollars cheque made payable To fhe engineei DflpcSits bo returned provicl wlnai and are ed to th? engineers in qocd cerid !'on. Tondert must he accompanied by rifled cheque cr bid bond In th amount of Icn (10 perconll percent c the tender pritn, payable lo the of Claresfwlm Tenderers are "tso r quired to supply a consent of surd form lo an amotJfit equal to fifty percent cf Ihe c.D'racf sum. The owner lha righf 1o Infcrmalities In or rolecf any or a fencers, or to rccepl tho tend deemed most favourable In the Inte esls of 1he owner. MR. T. P. Buchsnsi Socrelary Treasurer Trwn of Clarcsholm Albertn Underwood McLellan and Associates Limited Consulting Professional 3WO Kerilngton Rd. N. Calgarv, Alberla Ml and grandchildren. 9639 NYKLEW In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and father, who passed away March 31, 1980. No need for words except to say, Still loved, still m issed, i n wife 9M1 every way. by liis Deanna and family. ROELOFS In loving mem- ory of a dear motlier, Nellie Irene Iloelofs, who passed away March 31, 18S9. Time takes away the edge of Brief, But memory turns back every leaf. son Rick, daughter Viviennc and family. CARDS OF THANKS OI-DENHOK Our sincerest hanks to relatives and friends vho made our 40lh anniversary uch a memorable occasion. and Lammert Oldenhof 9707 College site for Pearson memorial OTTAWA (CP) The mail memorial to former prime min ister Lester B. Pearson will be the Pearson College of the Pa cific, to be located on the south ern tip of Vancouver Island, was announced today. The announcement by J. W Pickersgill, long-time colleagv of Mr, Pearson who died Ijec W, said final approval on in college was given by an adv sory group on a Pearson me morial which held its firs meeting her March 16. Ther had been proposals earlier fron a Toronto group that a Unite Nations college be establishes there as a Pearson memorial. The Pearson College will b the third United World Colleg where students "selected on tb basis of merit and supported b scholarships will receive tw years ot pre-university schoo ing and an experience in irtte national understanding and fe lowship. They will be chosen from a parls cf the world. The sUteroant said a time raising campaign has begu supported by the Pearson fam and the advisory group, re resenting all parts of fhe cou: would like to thank he doctors, nurses, staff and the staff of the Physiotherapy Pe- lartmcnt of the Municipal Hospi- al; also uny relatives and friends who sent cards and these who me during my stay in lospital. Hains S637 MOUNT May we express our sincere thanks to our neighbors and fritnds who have helped us so much in the loss ol our beloved mother. May we especially thank Rev. Archdea- con Swanson, the pallbearers, snd Christensen Salmon Fun- eral Home 1'or their kindness. Mount Family 3706 DOE I would like to thank tho doctors and nursing staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hos- pital and the Haig Clinic for the wonderful care given me during my stay in the hospital. Also spreial thanks U> rr.y friends and relatives who sent flowers, cards and made regarding my recovery. (Kay) Doe. 8660 ROELOFS In loving mem- ory of Nellie Irene, dear daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Cfeorge Lomas, who passed away March 31. 1969. There's an open gate at the cud of load Through which each must go alone, And there, in a light we can- not see, Our Father claims His own; Beyond the gale our loved one Finds happiness and rest, And there is comfort in the thought That a Loving God knows best- 9574-31 try. The decision was made aft studying alternatives and mor study will be given to other sible memorial projects at a f turo meeting. One such is Lester B. Pearson Memori Foundation, the statement said 4776 SIZES S-10-I2 lM-U-16 JL-15-20 Whip up this sensational, ele- gant pantskirt that's pants and ovcrskirt all in one! No fitting worries, zippers, buttons just wrap it on. Printed Pattern 4776: NEW Misses' Sizes Small takes yards 35-inch fabric. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS! in coins (no stamps, please) for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. Send order lo ANNE ADAMS, care of ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of the Lelhbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. Add a bright, louch with this multicolor beauty. Cloud soft warmth is just whnl you want on those chilly, damp nights. Use scraps or 3 colors to crochet stripes in gaily tasseled afghan. Pattern 7448: easy directions. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, rare of Pi'inl plainly fi TTERN NUM- BER, NAME, Al 3RESS. THE LETHBHID' S HERALD 60 Front Street V Toronto 1. Onlarii. Readers Mail YOUJ3IG! CABLE LOCATION ISERVltE WeLL" IN "ADVANCE Dial "0" (Zero) and ask for Zenith 07128 (Toll JPree) Isoii named WCB chief VICTORIA