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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD -31 PUBLIC NOTICES THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENCE Public notice is hereby given that Eleuthenos PSALTIS and Louis TOURGELIS intends to apply to The Alberta Liquor Control Board a Dining Lounge Licence to sell and wine by the glass for consumption on the following described premises. Eleutherios PSALTIS and Louis TOURGELIS Luigi's Pizza Steak House 306 13th Street North. LETHBRIDGE. Alberta. Lots 13 and Block 146. Plan No Lethbridge 406R. Objections to this application shall be made forthwith to The Alberta Liquor Control Board. Edmonton. Dated al LETHBRIDGE. this 29 day of 1974 Eleutherios PSALTIS Louis TOURGELIS C133 DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT PARKS CANADA TENDER Contract WR 7-74 Garbage Collection Banff and Jasper National Parks Work Includes1 The collection and hauling ol garbage from designated areas in Banff and Jasper National Parks and dumping the garbage at specified landfills at each for a period of 3 years commencing April 1. 1975 Tender Documents Can be obtained from the Contracts Parks Canada Department of Indian Affairs and Northern 134 11 Ave SE. Alberta T2G 0X5 Documents may be viewed at the office of the Banff National and Jasper National Park It is mandatory that tenderers visit each Park between June 24 1974 and July 12. 1974 to observe current garbage collection operations A Certificate of Site Visit with the tender signed by the Superintendent or the General Works Manager of each Park must be submitted with the tender Sealed lenders marked as to content and addressed to the Contracts Administrator Parks Canada Department ol Indian Affairs and Northern Development. 134-11 Ave S E Calgary Alberta T2G 0X5 will be received up to 3 00 p m Tuesday July 16 1974 The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted L H ROBINSON Director Western Region Parks Canada C125 Regional Expansion Economic Economique Expansion Regionale PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION TENDER SEWAGE LAGOON EXTENSION Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2 00 p m local Regma time. Wednesday June for the City of Swift Current Contract 6. Sewage Lagoon Extension 1974 The site of the work is located one mile East and one-halt mile North of the City of Swift Current Saskatchewan The work consists of the supply of all plant services and materials for the construction of a 58 acre sewage lagoon cell along with modifications to existing cells involving approximately 100 000 cu yds of earthwork 2700 feet of 24 and 30 inch concrete sewer pipe with outlets and associated works approximately 3 950 feet of 16 inch polyethelene sewage forcemain complete with appurtenant structures and associated works The work ol this contract is required to be complete by December 31. 1974 The plans and specifications may be viewed in the Saskatoon Swift Current Winnipeg Calgary and Edmonton offices of the local Builders Exchange or Construction Association Plans instructions and. forms for bidding may be obtained from the undersigned at his office in Regma. SaskatchPwan upon deposit of twenty-five dollars cash or a certified cheque for the amount payable to the Receiver General of which deposit will. be redeemable upon the return of the plans and specifications in good order within one month after tenders have closed Tenders will not be considered unless made on the form supplied and in accordance with instructions supplied with the specifications Tenders musl be accompanied by security in the amount and form specified in the Instructions The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted By Order W M Berry Chief Engineer. PFRA 401 Motherwell Building Regma. Saskatchewan C132 In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Narcotic hunt changing for RCMP BIRTH COOK Linda and Florian Cook announce the birth of their first Wyatt 7 Ibs. 9 on May 1974. Proud grandparents are Eleanor Taber and Bert and Maxine Lethbridge. Insured. 2719-1 BARVA Passed away in the city on May following a brief Mrs. Clara Barva at the age of 61 beloved wife of Mr. Frank Barva of 737 12th St. C. N. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. C9106 ROMANCHUK Passed away suddenly in the city on May Mrs. Lila Audrey Romanchuk at the age of 66 beloved wife of Mr. Nick Romanchuk of 1022 7th St. N. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service C9105 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Surrogate Court of Southern Alberta. Judicial District of Lethbridge In the Estate of Sara Thiessen. late of the Town of Coaldale who died on the 22nd ol February. 1961 Take notice that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by the 28th day of June. 1974 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them LEONARD D FAST Solicitor for the Executor of the Estate ol Sara Thiessen P O Box 1360 COALDALE Alberta C134 TENDER CALL Sealed tenders for the following subtrades will be received by the undersigned until 2 00 p m. on Thursday June 20lh 1974 for renovations and alterations to Gilbert Paterson School. 2109 12th Avenue South Lethbridge Alberta ELEMENTS 1 Structure 2 Painting 3 Drywall and Steel Studs 4 Mechanical 5 Electrical 6 Carpets Tenders to be clearly marked on the exterior o' the envelope for Alterations to Gilbert Paterson School The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted For information regarding plans and specification for the above tenders contact D B Attwell Facilities Planner at School District offices M V Crumley Secretary Treasurer Lethbridge School District No 51 433 15th Street South Lethbridge Alberta C131 NOTICE Is hereby given to the property owners situated on the following streets or avenues that the Town of Coaldale propose to undertake a paving programme 1 14th Street from 19th Avenue to 21st Avenue feet 2 21st Street Irom 21sl Avenue to Highway Avenue 575 feet 3 24th Street from 21st Avenue A to Highway Avenue 550 feet 4 21st Avenue from 22nd Street to 24th Street 1.275 feet 5 23rd Avenue from 22nd Street to 24th Street 1 250 feet 6 13th Street from 22nd Avenue to South end 1.200 feet Total feet Special frontage will be assessed at S3 00 a front foot payable in two equal installments over a 2 year taxation period on all land abutting on that part of the street or place whereon or wherein the improvement is to be made. Unless a majority of the persons registered or assessed as owners of the above described lands petition tne Council against the proposed paving programme by June the local improvements will be undertaken and the cost of S3 00 per foot will be assessed Mrs Rae Town of Coaldale C104 POOLE CONSTRUCTION INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed Tenders from Sub-contractors and Suppliers addressed to the undersigned WOODWARD'S T.B.A. BAY AT LETHBRIDGE CENTRE will be received until p.m. 1974 Tender documents can be viewed at the following Lethbridge Construction Association Calgary Construction Association Edmonton Construction Association Saskatoon Construction Association Regina Construction Association Winnipeg Buiders The lowest of any tender not necessarily accepted POOLE CONSTUCTION LIMITED ALBERTA PHONE 329-0232 C130 IN MEMORIAMS FORTH In loving memory of a dear Thomas who passed away May 1973. remembered by brother Sarah and family 2722 By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA On the Canadian drug things aren't the way they used to be a scant 12 months which means more problems for the RCMP. On the east the.era of the who smuggled in a few pounds of hashish for his own use and the use of some friends is now ROLLAG In loving memory of Otto Rollag who passed away May 1972. Two tired eyes are two willing hands are still The one who always worked so is resting at God's will remembered by the George Christensen family. C9091 ROLLAG In loving memory of a dear husband and father Otto who passed away May 1972. Time goes on. but memories stay. As near and dear as yesterday. A day to sad to Without farewell he left us all. remembered by his wife and family. C9092 DEAL In loving memory of a dear husband and father. Henry who nassed away April 29. 1972 and a dear son and Alvin who passed away May 30. 1963. The years are swiftly passing. But still we don't For in the hearts that loved you. Your memories linger yet. missed by your wife and mother and all the family. 2793 McRAE In loving memory of a dear facher and Donald who passed away May 1969. No length ol time can take away Our thoughts of you from day to day. though absent you are always near. Still still still very dear. remembered by wife daughter Mariene and sons Don and family 2721 ROLLAG In memory ot my Mr. Otto who passed away May in Alberta. Two tired eyes are Two willing hands are The one who always worked so Is resting at God's will. God saw him getting He knew he needed rest. His garden must be He only takes the best. sadly missed by his Mrs. Connie McFadden and of B.C 2720 WELLS In loving memory of a dear father and James who passed away May 1970. Forget we never will For in our hearts you are with us still. Behind our smile there is many a tear For the dad we lost and loved so dear. Peacefully sleeping free from We would not wake him to suffer again. remembered by Connie and Melanie 2723 CARD OF THANKS Di SABATO We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our neighbors and anyone who helped in any during the loss of our dear mum Mary Di to those who sent messages of cards and visited our sent food and made donations to the Heart Fund. A special thank you to the doctors and the nurses at the Taber Hospital for being so kind. Thanks to our friends who served the also to the Father O'Dwyer and to Humphries Funeral Home. We are all truly grateful. Santoni Goruk and Di Sabato families and Alfred Baroldi 2747 CARD OF THANKS ATTRIDGE I wish to thank the nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the good and kind care I received while in hospital. I also wish to thank all my neighbors and friends who sent cards and flowe'rs and to my family for their love and care for me at home. Nellie Attridge 2746-1 quickly being replaced by the age of the professional criminal trafficker who often imports cannabis by the according to the RCMP. And on the west where heroin addiction continues to be the pattern of supply and distribution of heroin has1 changed drastically during the last year. Instead of all of Canada being supplied with traditional heroin imported into Montreal from Marseilles in now the west coast is supplied almost exclusively with heroin from the of South East Asia and the east coast is being supplied more and more from European countries other than France. The major changes in the drug situation in Canada during the past year were disclosed by RCMP Com- missioner Maurice Nadon and his right-hand man in the federal drug Inspector G. L. in a recent interview. In the case of the switch to new sources of heroin on both Commissioner Nadon and Inspector Tomalty said that the RCMP must now expand its international contacts with the police of 'source to try and repeat the successes Canada and the U.S. had in closing off many heroin supply avenues from France. The RCMP later this year will be establishing a special full-time liaison position in Hong to step-up the co- operative international effort against growing quantities of heroin coming into western North America from the including such countries as Thailand and Cambodia. Whereas in the the RCMP was able to concentrate on stopping importers and traffickers operating out of now the force has to expand its effort to cover Vancouver as well. The heroin supply situation threatens to reverse the traditional heroin supply pattern in so that the majority of heroin for Canada could soon be moving east from Vancouver. But in at least one the recent changes in the drug scene could end up helping the RCMP. Inspector who is head of the RCMP's drug en- forcement said he thinks that the trend towards larger and larger shipments of hashish and the greater in- volvement of professional traffickers it a lot easier for He we swoop in and get we can make quite a dent in the in Canada. The growing emphasis on the professional hashish who can make as much as in profit on one ton of imported is based on the RCMP's belief that is often the start to more serious Mr. Na- don said. Summit WASHINGTON President Nixon's summit talks with Soviet leaders will open in Moscow on June the White House announced today. The date is several days later than adjustment caused by Nixon's plans to tour the Middle East during midJune. Sears GARDEN SHOP CLEARANC Saturday only Personal Shopping Limited Quantities JUMBO ROSES Reg. Roses ready to bloom. Everblooming hy- brid roses in assorted colors and types. Rose no. 1 99 Reg. 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