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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC NOTICES RE: DEVELOPMENT CONTROL BYLAW NO. 2887 The following applications for de- velopment permit has been approved by Municipal Planning Commis- sion on Wiy 23, 1973 73 4U School Disf. No. SI and Lethbrldgt Roman Catho- lic Separate School District No. to erect a frte-standinj sign In W t t Lethbtldje. _ Any person affected by the said deci- sion may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board by deliver- ing either personally cr by Registered Mall, statement of the grounds of ap- peal to reach the Office of the City ClwK In the City Hall not later than June t, 1973. Date: May 24, 1973 W. C. Cameron Development. Officer NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the matter of the Estate of CARL BAKER, late of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, retired, who died on or about the llth day of July A D. TAKE NOTICE that all parsons hav- ing claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by or before the 30tn day of June A.D. full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY AND BAINES Barristers and Solicitors 30? Canada Trust Buildihg LETHBRIDSE, Alberta solicitors for Edward Joseph Baker Executor of the Estate of Carl Baker, Deceased. PUBUC UTILITIES BOARD NOTICE IN THE MATTER Oc "The Dairy Board AND IN THE MATTER OF ''The Public Utilities Board Act" AND IN THE MATTER OF an appli- cation to the Public Utilities Board fcy the licensed producers supplying milk to processors in the Medicine hat, Lethbridge, Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Camrose and Ponona Con- trolled areas for an Order or Orders of the Public Uitllties Board increasing minimum No. 1 price (as such price is defined in the Regulations passed pursuant to The Dairy Board Act1) which shall be paid for milk is purchased and processed 'or sale or in liquid form by stch amount or amounts may or determined by ths board. NOTICE is hereby given that repre- sentations will be heard by ths Public Utilities Board at the Court the City of Red Deer, in the Province cf Alberta, on Friday, the 15th day cf Jure. A.D. 1973 at the hour of o'clock in the forenoon for the purpose or l. Fixing ths dates for hearing of ths said applications I Receiving submissions which the applicants Intend to submit to the Board at tne hearing in support of tneir applications. 3. Receiving notice from any inter- ested party of an intention to be represented at tne hearing and fix- Ing a date for filing any submission such party proposes to submit ta the Board at the hearing AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that copies gf the application and support- l.-a material which tha applicants in- tend to submit to the Board et the i hearing may be ootained on c- after the irth day of June, A.D. 1573 by addressing 8 reguest to V. V. Massie, Esq., Q.C. Messrs Milner 2nd Steer, 1 Barristers Solicitors N nth Floor, Milner Building, 10040 104th Street, Edmonton, Alberta. T5J OZ7 DATED AT THE CITY OF EDMON TOM, in the Province of Alberta, this 22-d day of May, A D 1973 PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD A E. FAHLMAN, Secretary. M95 NOFICE OF INTENT TO EXPROPRIATE IN THE MATTER OF Block "D" and the north half of Block on Plan Bellevue 7134 A.I. (a) The village ct Bellevue, Alberta, desires to expropriate the following land i Block "D" end the north half of Block on Plan Bellevue I 7134 excepting thereout all mines ard minerals and the right to work same, the entire estate in fee simple; (b) The purposes for which the land II to be used by the Municipality For right ol way for the water main located htereon, (2) For right of way for the ser vice road to the chlorinating and pressure reducing station, To provide available soace for future expansion of the chlorma- tion and pressure reducing sta- tion now located on a portion of tne property; To maintain and create a sanitary area :n and around the Village water supply and cKo- rmating and pressure reducing station and related equipment; snd ic) The amount that the municipality ft ready to pay for the land to be ex proprlated is of Train traffic snarled hy fire YORK (Renter) About New York com-1 muters faced a transportation snarl today as the result of a stubborn fire Tuesday night in a railway tunnel under Park Ave- 11112. The fire cut off all traffic into Grand Central station and rail- way officials were unable to say when service could be restored. Twenty-seven firemen suf- fered from smoke inhalation spri an angry fire commis- sioner. Rcbert Lowry, said members of the train crew had been subpoenaed to appear at the fire marshal's office today. PICK ME for a perfect pick- up for your lively summer life! Long, sweeping lines swerve to curve juu smoothly in dress and pan'.suil Send! Printed Pattern 4529: Misses' Sizes 8. 10. 12, 14. 1G. 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 3 yards 35- inch fabric. SEVENTY 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 to ANNE ADAMS, care of THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Ave Scarborough, Ont. MIT 4P7 Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald j RANDA Passed away in I the city on Monday, Hay 28, 11973. following a lengthy illness. Mr. Izidor Randa at the age of 70 years, beloved husband of i Mrs Annie Randa of Kipp. Born and raised in vakia the late Mr. Randa came i to Canada in 1923 to Barnwell. In 1941 he moved to a farm in Picture Butte District and then I to Kipp in 1949, where he has resided until his passing. Be- sides his loving wife he is sur- i vived by nine sons, William of Kipp, Albert of Calgary, John of Edmonton, Jerry, Jim and all of Calgary. Ed- ward. Richard and Robert, all of Kipp; four daughters, Mrs. F (Albinal Vaclav of Kipp. R. (Anne) Hirscbe, Miss j Irene Randa. Miss Mary Randa, si! of Calgary, six grandchil- dren; one sister and two broth- j ers in Czechoslovakia. Prayers be said on Wednesday, at 7 p.m. in Martin Bros. ME- I MORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N Requiem Mass will be cel- ebrated on Thursday at i p.m. in St. Basil's Church, with I Rev Father F. Laverty cel- i ebrant. Interment will follow in I1 he Mount Calvary section of I Mountain View Cemetery. j Friends may pay their re- 'spects at Martin Bros. MEMO- i RIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C9721 VOISEY Tuesday. May 29. 1972. Elizabeth Linda, at age 95 years, beloved mother of Mr. Leonard Voisey, Vulcan. Born St. Sylvester, Lotbiniere Coun- ty, Quebec, came to Vulcan dis- trict 1910, where she has re- sided since. Also survived by four grandchildren. Paul, Linda, Irene and Kristine. Prede- ceased by her husband Guy E. Voisey in 1964. Funeral services at the United Church. Vulcan, Thursday, May 31 at p.m., Rev. Wm. Julian officiating. In- terment, Archmount Cemetery, Lethbridge. In lieu of flowers, if desired, donations may be made to the Vulcan United Church Memorial Fund. VUL- CAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. C9718 MUNROE Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Munroe and the family of the late Miss Laura Roy wish to thank their many friends for their kindness and assistance during their recent bereave- ment. We wish to acknowledge the staff of first main St. Mi- chael's Hospital, her doctors and most particularly her spe- cial nurse Mrs. Rose Nieder- roier who cared for her so lov- ingly during her last illness. Many thanks to her devoted friends who visited her so faithfully at home over the past four years. To Father GLUis, Father Field, Father Carroll. Father McCarty and Father O'Loughlin. the Sisters of St. Martha and St. Aloysious Con- vent for their spiritual help to hsr and to us all. our heartfelt thanks. To all the pallbearers, Barb Hwozdecki and the choir, the so'oist Mrs Eileen Pisko, the organist Cathy Gleason, the memorial book attendants Mary Chisholm and Peg Brown our deep appreciation. To Dale and I Kay and' all the staff at Martin Bros, and most especially all our wonderful neighbors on 19th Ave. A South who served such a beautiful lunch and in so many ways we owe a very special thanks. May God bless you all. and Gerl Munroe 3413 I Our thanks to 'the doctor and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for caring for my wife and our mother. Mrs. Josephine Collins, while in your care. Our thanks also for the flowers and cards she re- ceived from her friends. Elnora, Allen IN MEMORIAM WAKALUK In loving mem- ory of our son and brother, Edward Joseph, who passed away May 30, 1971. You're no longer with --s Out of life to share But in our hearts You are always there. We who have known and loved you Whose parting brought great pain Will treasure your memory Until we meet once again There's always a face before us And a voice we'd love to hear A smile we shall always remember Of the one we loved so dear. To soma you may be forgotten To otters" part of the past But in our hearts, dear Eddie, We will treasure your memories to last. remembered and j missed by Mom, Dad and family. 3363 ROLLAG In loving mem- ory of Otto, who passed away May 30, 1972. The face I love is missing, the voice I love is stilled, A place is vacant in my heart, that never can be filled. Such pain he bore so patiently, for quite a weary while, He kept his sweetness to the end. with a brave and loving smile. And when God took him to Himself, and hushed his j heart to sleep, So peaceful was his loving; face, it seemed a shame j to weep. Take care of him as he takes his rest, For on. earth to me he was the best remembered and sadly missed by his wife and children. C9703 IN MEMORIAMS ROLLAG In of Otto RoUag, who pamd msy on May 30, 1972. Oir hearts ttill acbe with sadness And secret tears (till flow What it meant to lose you No one will ever know. Our family chain has broken And nothing seems the same But as God calls us one by one The chain will link again. missed by your daughter Connie, and fam- ily, Danny, Tracy, Kim and Dandle. and Mrs. D. McFadden, Wynndel, B.C. 3411 ROLLAG In loving mem- cry of a dear father, Otto Rol- lag, who passed away on May 30, 1972. Isio loved one stood him, to bear his last farewell. No words of comfort did he hear, from those who lorad him well, Some day we hope to meet him, some day, we know not when, We will clasp his hand in a better land, never to part again. missed by Bruce and Rosemary 3412 SHOPPER STOPPERS NOW ON Make a killing! Cash in on bargains gaiore from an inventory of millions of dollars! CARD OF THANKS HAMILTON TREK '73 We would like to thank all those who in any way supported our pro- jgram this semester- Our wel- come all along the route was most generous. A special thank you to the people of Fort Mac- leod who provided such a warm homecoming. It was an ex- perience we will all remember. C9658-30 DESTROY MARIJUANA CAPE TOWN. South Africa (AP) More than six million pounds of marijuana was de- stroyed in South Africa in 1972, the minister of police told Par- liament. MORE EXPECTED TEL AVIV (AP) Israel's tourist traffic increased 23 per cent in April over the same monht in 1972 to the gov- ernment said. But the total fell short of the expected be- cause of religious holidays and the celebration in May of Is- rael's 2Sth anniversary. K mart HAVE OPENINGS At: SOUTHVIEW MALL MEDICINE HAT DEPARTMENT MANAGERS and SECTION SUPERVISORS EXPERIENCE ESSENTIAL Positions are available Camera Sporting Goods and Camping Furniture and Appliances Security Manager Rugs and Broadloom Hardware and Housewares PERSONNEL SUPERVISOR A responsible person preferably with retail These petitions are permanent and will become available within the near future Write outlining previous experience and work history 1e: MR. M. SEUNIK S. S. KRESGE CO. LTD. 502 THIRD STREET S.E., MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA Interviews to be arranged June 12.13.14 bears JUNIOR Are you: An outgoing femole Leader in school Mature and poised Flexible Between ages 16-18 If SO: Then you may qualify for Simp- sons-Sears Teen Fashion Council. Application forms are now avail- able at Simpsons-Sears Junior Ba- zaar Department for Fash- ion Advisory Board. Call in and fill one out before June 6th. Junior Bazaar OUR STORE HOURS- Open Doily 9.30 fl.m S 30 p m., Thun. end Fri. 9.30 o.m. to 9.00 pm. Moll. 321-9231 caund ;