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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurdny, May 9, 1970 THE IfTHMIDGI KHAID 29 75 NOTICES It BIRTH BOSCH Faye Ken Bosch wish to announce the birth of their son, Dale Leroy, April 21, 1970. He weighed in at 8 Ibs. 5 oz. rr I Iftks, JLjeatks, J-nnerals, Of 1 RUMPUS ROOMS, CEMENT DRIVES and walks, Icncc repairs. Plionc Take notice that 1 shall nol responsible for any debts Incurred by my wife, Norma Jean Vrabtl. Signed: Andrew John TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of CLARENCE of the Village of Coulls, In the >rovlnce of Alberta, who died on the 4th diy or December, A.D. 1W. TAKE NOTICE that all person! hav-ng claims upon the cslote of the above named must file with the undersigned ollcltors by the day ol June, 970, a full statcrnenl of claims and of securities held by them. RICE PROWSE MacLEAN BABKI, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lethbridge, Alberla, Solicitors for the 1 11 P 1 1 DEPARTMENT j A n n U ft REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPANSION B" WESTERN REGION TENDER Sealed tenders will bi received by he undersigned until 12 o'clock noon, Central Standard Time, May 29, 1970 or breaking and cultivating with Con raclor's Disc Equipment and Forage Seeding wilh Government Drills, on re-ccnlly cleared land n Ihe Louis Bull-Ermlneskln Indian Reserve Pasture near.Hobbema, FENCES, GARAGES AND CUP-boards remodelled and repaired, Phnne 328-5904. CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS, SIDE-wa ks, potlos. ralei for limited lime. Phone 323-7905. 391-21M WEEPING TILE, CEMENT Renovations, alterations. Phone j and J Custom 345--1 630, 32B-3B70. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In Ihe Es ate of MAY FRANCES SCHLAGEL, tate of Etzlko'm, (n ihe Province ol Alberta, who died on the 13lh day ol March, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon Ihe Estate of the above named must (Ma with Ihe undir-slgncd by the 15th day ot June, 1970, a full statement or their claims and of securities held by Ihem. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lelhbrldge, Solicitors lor Ihe Execulor. HOLLUIAN Passed away suddenly in Milk River on Friday. May 8, 1970, Inez nette, aged homesieaded to the God dard J district, south of Foremost in 1910, and has continued to farm there until ler passing. A very active member of the Royal Purple, she received her fifteen year pin in November 1968, and for >ver fifteen years was pianist ;or this organization, having received her jewel with amethyst attached. She was also very active in community affairs. Besides her loving husband, Jim, she is survived by four sons, Orval and Arnold, both of Foremost, Raymond of Lethbridge and Richard of Creston, B.C.; four daughters, Mrs. R. (Ber-rice) Losey, Mrs. D. (Delia) Walsh, and Mrs. L. (Doris) Gordon, all of Foremost and Mrs. E. (Dorothy) Kienzle of Calgary; thirty grandchildren and thirteen great jrandchildren; her mother, Mrs. Bertha Johnson of Foremost. She was predeceased by her father and brother. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at p.m. in the Forer ost United Church, with Rev. J. Ford officiating. lr.terir.ent will follow in t h e Foremost C e m et e r y. Friends who wish may pay their respects from noon until service lime, at the church. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. BAHLER Leroy, passed away in Edmonton, after a englhy illness, on Friday, May 1970. Born in 1918 at Bow sland and spent his early ears at Lethbridge and Pic-ure Butte. Married Flora Longacre in 1945 and moved lo Red Deer in 1947, where he armed in partnership with his >rorher Sam until passing. Survived by his wiffc Flora and ive brothers, Adolph of Etctt-er, Sam of Red Deer, Ed of 'icture Butle, Fred of Lelhbridge, Johnny of Piclure Butle; one sister, Mrs. Pauline Scott of Lelhbridge. Funeral arrangements have not yet >een completed. OF THANKS LIVINGSTON Thank you o all my wonderful relatives and friends for gills, flowers, ards, visits and inquiries; also or the good care while a pa-ient in hospital. Mrs. Clarence (Belle) Living-ton. "50 BORGE RAVEN 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construe! Ion, 1020 7lh Ave. S. Phone 327-6692, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING email given prompt allcnllcn. Reasonable rales. Dob Alwood. 327-2954. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the of MARY LELEKACH, ate of the Clly or Lelhbrldge, In the of Alberta, who died on Ihe dfh day of March, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon the etlate of Ihe ebove named must (lie with the undersigned solicitors by the 22nd day of June, 1970, a full statement ol their claims and of securities held by them. RICE PROWSE MacLEAN BABKI, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lelhbrldge, Alberts. Solicitors for the MULLEN John 84, died Friday evening, April 24, 1970, in the Kootenay Lake District Hospital. Bom in Au-chinairn, Lanarkshire, Scotland July 2, 1885, ha immigrated to Canada and settled in Lethbridge in 1907. He enlisted during the First World War with the 113th Highlanders of Lethbridge with the rank of sar-geanl. He was wounded in action and was invalided home in 1917. He continued to live at Lethbridge and later .Taber, Alta. before moving lo Trail in 1942. Mr. Mullen was employed for a number of years as a security guard with Cominco. Mr Mullen has mcde Ms home in NelKin for past four years and has made many friends. He was a member of ths Royal Canadian Legion. Mi-. Mullen is survived by his beloved wife, Hannah Elizabeth; three sisters, Mrs. James Ried of Vancouver, Mrs. George Shadforth of Toronto and Mrs. A. V. Harrison of Victoria; one brother, Joseph Mullen of Fort Langley B.C.; a niece, Mrs. Lilian Lauszuz of Vancouver and a number of other nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Wednesday, April 29 at a.m. in the Chapel of Thompson Funeral Home, Capt. S. Frame officiated. Interment took place in Nelson Memorial Park. CEMENT WORK, FENCES, CISTERNS repaired, odd lobs. Phnne Wl-6Kif, Breaking, discing and seeding 355 acres 2. Discing and seeding 74G acres Plani, specifications and quotation forms may be obtained from the i undersigned at 401 Molherwell Building, begins, Saskatchewan. Tenders must be submitted un the forms provided by P.F.R.A. and each lender musl be accompanied oy a cer-lifled cheque In an amount equal to len percent of the total amount Lowest or any quotation not necessarily NOBLEFORD UNITED CHURCH WOMEN vould like to thank all those vho helped lo make our rummage sale, April 22nd such a success. A special lhank you to all who donated articles and those who patronized us in any way. Thank you. 1339 FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-B7DA. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of PAUL VAN DEN BERG, late ol Abbotsford, In thi Province of British Columbia, who died on the 19lh day of January, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by Ihe ISih day of June, 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lelhbridgo, Alberta. Solicitors for fhe Executors. ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS. FREE ESTIMATES JONES ROOFING. S2 65745. SEVEN YD. GRAVEL TRUCK SEO Case back-hoe and (rent-end loader. Phone 327-1413, B a.m. lo 5 p.m., 327-3347 alter 5 p.m. We dig MEMORIAMS START In loving memory of a dear father and grand-alher, Howard Start who passed away May 9, 1950. remembered by his family. 1364 ANDERSON In loving memory of our dear molher, grandmother and great-grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Janet Anderson, who passed away May 10th, 1969. She was a person so very rare, Content with home and always there. Her life was unselfish, for others she lived, Not to receive but always to give. Our memories of her love, kindness and beauty Will abide in our hearts as long as we shall live. remembered and so sadly missed by her family Emerald; Clara and Charlie; Ruth and Bill; grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. 1376 PUBLIC TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the matter or the Estate ot ROBERT JOHN MacFARLANE, lale or Ihe City of Lelhbrldge, In Ihe Province o Alberla, Clerk, deceased, who died on the 10th day or April, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the islars of Ihe above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 15th day of June, A.D. 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. IVES AND QFFET P.O. Box 738, Ml- 711] Slrcel Smjlh, Lelhbrldge, Alberta. Sollcllors lor Ihi Loans Urged OTTAWA (CP) The federal government should lend grain producers an amount per bushel on grain in storage, the Com-m o n s agriculture committee was told here. Gordon Harrold, president of the Alberta Wheat Pool, said the amount of the loan would be. on stored grain in excess of the amount the producer exp'5cts to deliver to ths Canadian wheat, board during the year. It would also be over anri above the grain "which he hopes to sell on a non-quota basis within the province in which he is a grain producer." Mr. Harrold said. "While such a proposal mav fall short as an ideal method tor pricing, if it would serve to establish a floor price and somo uniformity in selling prices. It would much improve thf present chaotic situation." Jerry Pringle Eraser Valley East) asked how the proposed measure would discourage over-production. "After a year or two's crop we might have to control Mr. Harrold replied. Alf Gleave Saskatoon-Biggar) wondered whether farmer who had been loaned money on stored grain coulc sell it, if he found a buyer, and then repay the loan. Mr. Harrold agreed this could be done. "This seems to be the only method we can see of stabilizing grain prices and establishing a floor on prices." Jack Homer (PC-Crowfoot) said if a limit was put on the amount a grain farmer could borrow against his production tlien this "effectively destroyed the floor pnce." Mr. Harrold said a flexible system involving production, acreage and the amount borrowed would have to be McDONALD Funeral service for James 0. C. McDonald, former chairman of tha Coleman public school board who died at Edmonton Sunday, May 3, at the age of 89, was held at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 7, 1970, in the Foster and Me-Harvey Funeral Home, Edmon-.on. He received his education in Cape Breton, and was married there in 1904 to Sarah K. MacLean. In 1906 he moved to Coleman, Mrs. McDonald and small daughter arriving later in the same year. For 40 years mining in the Crowsnest Pass was his work and his hobby As a miner and as a company official he gave of his best amd was employed first by tha International Coal and Coke Co Ltd., and then by the McGilli vray Creek Coal and Coke Co Ltd. in Coleman, and lor a shor time at Breul. Mr. McDonalc was an active worker for the community, serving 14 years es a member of the schoo board, part of the time as chin-man. He was a member of St Paul's United Church where he acted as steward and sang ii ths choir. A charter member o Summit Lodge No. 3 of the Ma sonic Order, he was awared a life membersliip ait the time o their Jubilee hi 1958. At tha time he was the only surviving charter memeber of the ledge The McDonald family lived on Third Street in Coleman unti Mrs. McDonald's death in 1941 He retired as Superintendent o the McGillivray Creek Coal and Coke Co. in 1946. The foUowinj vear he married Elise Beck are they left Coleman soon after to take up residence in Morinville where he owned and operate! the Morinville Collieries. In 1863 he retired and they moved to St. Albert where they have resided since. Left to mourn his loss is his wife Elise, one son John A. of Medicine TENDER TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT AUTOMOTIVES AUTOBODY MACHINE SHOP AND WELDING Sealed tenders will be received by Ihe unders gned (or the supply of Vocational Shop Tools and Equipment until p.m. CM.S.T-) on Thursday, May Z8, 1970. Tender forms and relalfid Information may be obtained Irom the undersigned. M. V. CRUMLEY Secretary-Treasurer Lethbridge School District No. 51 m lith 51. S., Lethbridge, Alberla. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In Ihe Estale of Tony Bilelsky, late of the Clly of Lelhbrldge, In ths Province of Alberta, who died on Ihe 2nd dav ot March, 1970. TAKE NOTICE that ail persons having claims upon the Estate of Ihe above named must file with the undersigned solicitor by the day tit June, 1970, a lull slalemenl ot their claims and of securities held by them. ROMAN SCHOLDRA J35 13th Street North Lelhbrldge, Alberta. Solicitor for Rev. L. R. Syvenlcey, Executor. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of JOHN PETRO, late of the City of Lelhbridge, In the Province of Alberta, Retired, who died on the 6th day of April, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 8th day of June, 'A.D. 1970, a full statement of their claims of securities held by Ihem. MOSCOVICH, MOSCOVICH, SPANOS AND MATI5Z, 1 Oliver Block, Lethbrldgi, Alberta. {Solicitors for the FOR SALE The Alberta Wheat Pool oElers for sale by tender the properly and single storey 5 room dwelling at SPRING COULEE. The Is for cash and Informarlon and torms for submitting a tender may be obtained from Ihe Pool Agent al Spring Coulee. Tenders will be accepted up to May 16, 1970, nr.d Ihese should be forward-ad 1o The Treasurer Alberta Wheal Pool Box 2700 Calgary, Alberla The highest on any blrf re! ncccsssr-lly accepted. Ml IN THE MATTER of the Companies Act being Chapter S2 of the Revised Statutes of Alberta and amendments thereto. TAKE NOTICE that MECHANICS SALES LTD. of Lethbrlcige, Alberta, Intends to apply to Ihe Registrar or Joint Stack Companies of the Province of Alberta, pursuant to Ihe provisions of the above noted Act, lo chanqe ils name from MECHANICS SALES LTD. to FOREIGN CAR (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. DATED at the Cily of Red Deer, In the Province ol Alberla, this aflth day ol April, A.D. 197C. HERBERT FIELDING Barrister and Solicitor Solicitor for MECHANICS SALES LTD. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estale of HERBERT EMMETT (EMMET) KUHL (also known as HER BERT E. KUHL) lale of Foremost, in the Province or Alberla, Farmer, who died on the llth day of April, A.D. 1970 TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav Ing claims upon estate of the above named must file with Ihe undersigned solicitors by the 6th day of June, A.D 1970, a lull statement of their claims and of securities hild by them. MOSCOVICH, MOSCOVICH, SPANOS AND MATISZ, 1 Oliver Block, Lethbridge, Alberla. (Solicitors for the Executors) Passed away in Magrath on Friday, May 8, 1970, f o 1 1 o w i n g a lengtliy illness, Hugo Albert Carl, aged M years, of Magrath, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Selina Hillmcr. Born in Slillwater, Minnesota in 1875, the late Mr. Hillmer began farming in Magrath in 1914 and upon his retirement moved into the Town of Magrath, where he has resided until his passing. Survivors include two sons, Ernest and Leonard, both of Magrath; one daughter, Mrs. J. (Ruth) Helm of Colfax, Washington; seventeen grandchildren and thirty-seven great grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Clara Hall of North Dakota. He was predeceased by his first wife, Emma in 1924; two sons, Chris in 1932 and Harry ii 1968; two sisters and four brothers. The funeral service will be held on Monday at p.m. in Magrath Lutheran Church, with Rev. L. Zimmerm a n officiating. Interment will follow in the Magrath Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects al Martin Bros-. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave S. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C8016 BLAIH Passed away suddenly in the city on Thursday, May 7, 1970, William son, aged 81 df years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mabel Blair of 943 9th St. S. Born in Pictou, ScotU in 1888, the late Mr. Blair moved to Kamloops in the early 1900's, and resided there for several years. He served overseas with the Canadian Army in lha First World War and after returned to Lethbridge, where he has re-sir'ed since. He worked for the E. M. Carson Saddlery, which later became known as Baird's Leather Goods, from 1918 until his retirement in 1964. He was a member of the Oddfellows Lodge, Past Noble Grand and Past Grand Patriarch of the encampment, and was very active until his passing. Survivors include, besides his loving wife Mabel, two sons, William E. Blah- Jr. of Edmonton and Donald Roy Blair of Lethbridge; one daughter, Mrs. A. H. (Veronica) Hartland of Cranbrook; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild; three sisters, Mrs. Allie Cahilly of Kamloops, Mrs. C. (Lu) Alexander of Victoria and Mrs. Venie Rowbottom of A'ralia, Ontario; two brothers, Robert of Williams Lake, B.C. and George ot Burnaby, B.C. The funeral service mil be held on Monday at p.m. in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13lh St. N., with Rev. J. G. Heald officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their reipects at the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N'. Phone: 328-2361. Those who wish donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Building, Lelhbridge. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors (rf Funeral Service, Friday, May 8 1970, Elva Lenora Stewart, aged 64 years, Champion. Announcements later. Vulcan Funera Home. C8012 CRAWFORD Stephen passed away on Friday, May 8th, 1970, at the age of 2! months, beloved son of Darre and Catherine Crawford of Raymond. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving parents, three sisters, Virginia Catherine Ann and Verena al at home; also his malerna grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Tore Franzen of Los Angeles California and his paterna grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Vivian Crawford of Cardston services mil be holt in the Raymond Third Ward L.D.S. Chapel on Monday. May llth at 2 p.m., with Bishop Ronald Walion officiating. In terment will follow in the Card stan Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects prior to the service at the church. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd. Directors of Funeral Service. In fond memory of our only son, Russell, who passed away suddenly May 10, 1965, at Lethbridge, Alberta. To live in the hearts of those who love you, is not to -Molher and dad. 1343 FREED In loving memory of a dear husband and falher, Ted, who passed away May 9, 1965. As time unfolds another year, Memories keep you very near. remembered by his wife Gladys and family. 1345 FOR SALE The Albar a Wheat Poo! off en for by tender the property and single storey 4 room dwelling at NEW DAYTON. The sale Is for cash and Information and forms tor submitting a tender may be obtained from the Pool Agent1 at New Daylon. Tenders will be accepted up lo May 16, 1970, and Ihese should be forwarded to The Treasurer Alberta Wheat Pool Box 3700 Calgary, Alberta The hlghes on any bid not necessarily accepted. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF JOSEPH MOLNAR, also known as JOZSEF MOLNAR, late of the Town of Taber, In the Province of who dlec on Iht 19th day of November, AD. 1969. TAKE NOTICE thar all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by the 15th day of June, 1970 a full statement of their claims one of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lelhbridge, Alberla Solicitors for the Executors IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDER BROOKS, ALBERTA Sealed tenders for construction o (he Rainier Trunk Drain will be re Cllved by the undersigned until p.m. local time, Miy 19, 1970. The main Items ol work Include: 1. Approximately cu. yds. Pi Uini LiNnUI REGIONAL I ECONOMIC EXPANSION WESTERN RKION TENDER AERIAL SPRAYING Sealed Tenders will be received by the undersigned until 12 o'clock noon, Central Standard Time, May 25, 1970, for llm application ot herbicides by aircraft for the con rol of brush on PFRA Community Pastures in the follow ng regions: Reg on No. Location Approx. Acres 1 Northwestern Sask. 2 Eastern Saskatchewan 3 Province of Manitoba Plans, iptcIFIcallons and quotation forms may be obtained Irom the unders gned at 401 Molherwell Building, Keg In a, Saskatchewan. Tenders may be submitted for any or all regions. Tenders must be submitted on ihe forms provided by PFRA and each fender must be accompanied by a security In fhfl form of a certified cheque In an amount equal to ten per cent of Ihi total amount tendered for taeh region. Lowest or any quo allon not necessarily accepted. a dear husband, father and grandfather, James Evans, who passed away May 9, 1969. Beautiful memories woven in gold, This is the picture your loved ones hold. Deep in our hearts, your memories are kept, To love and to cherish and never forget. remembered and sadly missed by his wife, son, daughter and their families. 1344 KARREN In loving memory of our mother, Lillian H. Karren, who passed away 1961. Who came to us when we were blue, Our spirits, drooping, to renew; Whose touch was soft as falling dew? Mother, little Mother. Who taught us "Now I lay me down to sleep, "and soon the fret and frown From childhood's thoughts were quickly gone? Mother, dearest Mother. Who taught us how to choose the path Of honor; how to conquer wrath; To live aright and not fear death? Mother, noble Molher. Who always knew just what to say; Who always seemed to find a ray Of sunshine on each cloudy day? Mother, faithful Mother. Oh whom did neighbors seek relief When sickness came, or dealh and grief; Whose staying powers were not brief? Mother, kindly Mother. Who comes to us as we grow old, With mem'ry sweet, worth more than gold, Whose love and works with years unfold? Mother, precious Mother. For whom is heaven's gate swung wide? Of angels, who Is their chief pride? Who hears, "Well done, with Me Mother, saintly Mother'. remembered by her family, Fred, Clinton LaRue, Lillian, Helendean, Joanne, Nurae and families 1346 PROVINCE DEPARTMENT Installation of approximately lln. ft. of corrugated mttal plpt varying in size from 12 Inch to 54 Inch dlamilir. (Pipe supplied by the Irrigation District Plans, specifications ind tender forms will be available at the Eastern Irrigation District office In Brooks Alberla. Prospective bidders will be required lo pay ten dollars for each set of plans, specifications and lender forms which money shall be nfundtd upon satisfactory return o the material. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified cheque equal to S% of thi tender. The lowest or any tender no necessarily BOARD OF DIRECTORS EASTERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT P.O Box 8, Brooks, Alberta. TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received (he undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. Standard Time on Monday, May 25, for the construction of iht following work: (1 Highway 11. W. of Bighorn River to E. of Windy Point, Mile 119.72 to Mile 126.17, Grading, gravel surfacing anfi other work, Approx mate quantities, cubic yards of excavation, cubic yards of gravel (2) Highway 12. E. of Consort to E. ol Monitor. Mile 139.70 lo Mile 151.70, Stabilized gravel base count anc other work. Approximate quan'lis, ons of gravel, tons miles haul. Contracts and Specifications may bt obtained at Ihe oftlce of Ihe Chief Con-slruclion Engineer, Highways Building Edmonton, Alberla, the oflice of the District Engineer, 1707 6lh Street, N.W Calgary, and Ihe oflice of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Le hbridge, Alberla, and wll be available only to Individuals registered and operating In Province of Albirta, or lo partnerships or corporations registered and operating in ant who have established a fixed olace or business In Ihe Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars 1525.00] will be required far each copy of the Contract and Specifications taken Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal lo 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. Deputy Minister of Highways and (Verna) of Calgary and Mrs. E. Cairns (Margaret of Wilmington, Del. U.S.A., sbi grandchildren and five grea grandchildren. HOLY WHITE MAN Fu neral service for Catherine Holy White Man of Cardston Blood Indian Reserve residen who died Monday, May 4, 1970 at Calgary at the age of 23 years, was held Wednesday morning in the Immaculati Heart Roman Catholic Churc! with Rev. Joly officiating. Pall bearers were Melvin Wads worth, George Little Shield Frank Eagle Tailfeathers, Ray Many Chief. Roy Tallow and Dennis Steele. Interment was in the Blood Indian Cemetery Christensen Salmon Funers Home Ltd., Directors of Funer al Service, was in charge o the Body Extension Encountered CALGARY Canadian Bonanza Petroleum." Ltd. of Calgary, announced today two significant offshore step-outs on its nickel-copper ore body on a joint 50-50 venture with Silver Chief Minerals Ltd. of Edmonton. The property is located 19 miles northwest of La Ronge in Northern Saskatchewan. Two diamond drill holes encountered massive high grade mineralization on the extension of the ore body which was initially discovered May 20, 1969. One h o I e encountered a 40 feet section assaying 2.15 per cent nickel and .55 per cent copper. The second hole encountered 65 feet of nickel copper mineralization of which a 41 feet interval avfraged 1.08 per cent nickel and .74 per csn copper. A seven foot, section o this core ran 3.2 per cent nicke and .51 per cent copper. The most significant wildcat hole, feet south of the original discovery, penetrated a periodotilc plug. This hole drilled 426 feet of psriodotite, 220 feet of peroxenite, and 46 feet of Horneblende gneiss. Disseminated mineralization was present in both periodotite and the peroxenite. The core now is being Friday, May 8, Viola Myrtle, aged 87 years, beloved wife of Mr. Orville Bruce Roe Vulcan. Born in Blenheim Ont., came to the Vulcan district in 1910. Mr. and Mrs. Roe celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary last December She was Past Noble Grand of Ihe Clover Leaf Rcbekah Lodge No. 37, member of the Women's Institute and the United Church. Besides her husband, surviving are a son Orville, Vulcan; four grand children; one brother, Roy Muckle of Blenheim, Ont. Pre deceased by a daughter, Leta in 1535. Services at the Vulcan United Church Monday, pjn., the Rev. W. Dormer of ficiating. Interment Burnsland Cemetery, Calgary. Vulcan Funeral Home in charga of arrangements. C8011 LEPP Passed away suddenly in Milk River on Thursday, May 7, 1970, Mary, aged 63 years, beloved wife of Mr. Jakob Lepp of 3111 5A St. N. W., Calgary. Born in Russia in 1907, the late Mrs. Lepp came to western Canada in the early 1920's and following her marriage to Jakob Lepp in 1932, took up residence at Namaka, moving to Calgary in 1965. Besides her loving husband, Jakob, she is survived bv one son, Jakob David Lepp of Calgary; two daughters, Mrs. T. (Mary) Enns of Rosemary and Mrs. K. P. (Helen A.) Oldham of Calgary: five grandsons; one sister, Mrs. Annie Tiessen of Calgary and one brother, David Kasdorf of Rosemary. The remains will be forwarded to Calgary ior funeral services and interment in the family plot. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Forwarding Arrangements. JANITORIAL SERVICES Staled" Tenders marked "Contract No 8075" are invited but must be receiv ed at Ihe office of Ihe Supervisor Con trad Administration, Alberla Govern ment Telephones, Box 2J11, 10025 104 St., 12th Floor, Edmonton, Alberla not later than p.m. M.5.T. Mon day. May 25, 1970, for: Lelhbridge City, to provide Janitorial Services, Including Ihe supply ot labour, equipment and cleaning supplies al four (4) A.G.T. buildings. The contract shall be for two (2) years commencing June 15, 1970 to June K 1972, Inclusive. Each Tender must be accompanied a Bid Bond in the value ol fen pei cent of the Tender. Thfe sue ceisful tenderer will be required to provide a Performance Bond In the value of 35 per cent of the contract Bid Sets may be obtained from H. OF THANKS OHICH We wish to ex ijfcpf, .jpyBsincere thanks palhy cards, Mass card, foot donations and beautiful flora tributes and attendance al the funeral for the sudden loss o our father, grandfather, great grandfather, Harry Nazari Special thanks to Rev. Father Nicholas Diadio and his assis rant and also the pallbearers. family of the lale Harry Nazari Orich. 1340 We wish lo express our sincere thanks lo all our friends for the many cards flowers and personal calls o] sympathy extended during the loss of our father, Ihe late Mr Harry Martin. A special thank you to Hie doctors, nurses anc staff of Third Floor (Medical 1) Lclhbridgc Municipal Hospital. and Jerry Martin, ,_. ._ PROVING DEPARTMENT SEALED TENDERS be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. Standard Time on Friday, May 22, 1970, for the construction ot tho following work: (1) Highway 15. Lament to E. 0) Chip man, Mile 3B.40 to Mile 45.6S and Mile 46.79 to Mile 51.07, Soil-Cement base course and other work. Approximate quanll ics, 7V.COO tons of soll-comcnl mixture, tons ol gravel, Ions miles haul. (2) Highway 6. E. ol Borradalle to W-of Kltscoty, Mile 125.93 lo Mile Grading, soil-cement case course and other work, Approximate quantities, cubic yards of excavation, Ions ol sol -cement mixture, 44 AW tons of gravel, 1, Ion miles haul. Contracts and jpeciflenllons may be obtained a the office ol the. Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Build-Ing. Edmonton, Alber a, the office ot the Dislrict Engineer, 1707 6th Slreet N.W., Calgary, Alberla, and Ihe ofllce of Ihe District Engineer, Administration Building, Lelhbrldge, Alberta, will be available only to Individual registered and operation in the of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations rugls cred and operating In and Who have established ft fixed place of bus ness in Ihn Province ot Albcr.fl. A doooslt or Twenty-five Dollars (335.00) will be requ red for each copy of the contracl and specifics ions taken, bach bid musl be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to ol Tender. Tenders will ho opened in public, The lowest or nny Tender not ne-cossirlly accepted. L. H. McMANUS, Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 The following application! for develop men r permits have been made lo the Municipal Planning US Mr. S. Kain to establish home occupation patnllna contractor al 1S23 Lokeuoinf Road. to be stored In the 70 255 G. Hlllareauy lo home occupation orient service only for a General Contractor if 1407 4 Avenue North. 70 256 Mrs. A. Fllckenqer lo esla-bllsh a kindergarten for a maximum of IS children on Tuesday and. Thurs day, A.M. and P.M. at 1237 13 Avenue Norlh. 70 260 L. Polachlc to eslabliih a home occupation of (lee for e dry-wall contractor 2! 1532 19 Street South. Place of hearing: Council Cahmbers City Hall Time of hearlnq: P.M-Dale of hearing: Wednesday, May 13, 1970 Any person affected by the said propoial has Ihe righ! to preienl a brief prior o Ihe hearing and to be hcnrcl al hearing. Persons fe-qulrlng to be heard at the meeting shall submit briefs lo Ihe Development OHIcor net later than Miy 17, 1970. The application for development and supporting data may be Inspected In the Clly Ha 1 In the Office of Ihe Development Officer, Date: May 7, T. Kanashlco Developmenl phone 229-2J77, Edmonton, and available to persons or firms engaged In ihli line ol work rlqhl Is reserved to any or bids. F. H. Dobing Purchasing Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Col. Gen. Nikita Ve-gorov, 61, chief of the politica department of the Soviet stra tegic rocket forces. Sir Tom O'Brien, 69 head of the -largest trade union in the British entertainment industry, the National Association of Theatrical and Kine Employees, and member of Parliament from 1945 lo 1959. R. C. Berk ins haw 79, president of Goodyear Tirt and Rubber Co. of Canada Ltd., from 1952 to 1959 and former chairman erf Portrait DURHAM, N.C. (AP) The Duke University law school has removed portrait of alumnus Richard M. Nixon to preserve It from possible damage by students protesting widening United States military involvement in Southeast ;