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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHiRIDQi NovtntbW PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUCIDICAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER of the Estate Of Mary Jane Anderson of who died on the 21 st day of September. A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above-named must file with the un- dersigned solicitors by the 1st day of A.D. 1973 a full statement ot their claims and of securities held by them. DENECKY STRIN BAINE 309 Canada Trust Building Lethbndge. Alberta Solicitors for the Executors Vernon Lavard Snow and Briant Williams Strmgam 079 VILLAGE OF WARNER Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of The Tax Recovery the Village ol Warner will offer for sale by public auction at the office ot the Warner. on the 20th day ol November. 1973. at 2 o'clock p.m. the following lands Lots Block Plan 1 4068N 9 4068N 30 31 9 4068N 5.6 14 4068N 17 4068N Most of NE'4 except NE 75-X1251 21 256SU Each parcel will be ottered for sale. subject to the approval of the Minister ot Municipal and subiect to reserve bid and to the reservations and conditions contain- ed m the existing certificates of title Terms Cash Redemption may be effected by pay- ment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time prior to the sale Phylhs Hedberg. Secretary-Treasurer __ N10 TENDERS FOR HAULING LINEN Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned until 2.00 p m. on November 16lh. 1973 for supplying transportation of clean and soiled linen between the hospitals in southwestern Alberta and the regional situated at the Lethbndge Municipal Hospital. Tran- sportation must follow a pre- determined schedule. Quoted prices lor this service should be on an an- nual basis Contract to run for one. two or three years Further information and tender forms can be obtained from Mr. M. B. McCombe. general manager Southern Alberta Regional Hospital Services cfo Lethbndge Auxiliary Hospital. Please address tenders to Hospital Board Lethbndge General and Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home District No 65 9th Ave and 18th Street S Lethbndge N8 IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF HARRIS BROCK MAY. of the City of Lelhbridge. In the Province of who died on the 23rd day of A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hiving claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 3rd day ot December. A.D. a lull state- ment of their claims and of securities held by them. SPANOS AND 424 7th Street South. Lethbridge. Alberta for the N2 ST. MAPY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDERS FOR GRAVEL HAULING Tenders will be received by the un- derslgned until 12o'clock noon on November for the loading and hauling of approximately 5.500 cubic yards of course gravel to various parts of the main canal in the Grassy Lake approximately 6.500 cubic yards of coarse gravel to various parts m the main canal in the Bow Island area. Further information may be obtain- ed from the Bow Island Office. Tenders to be submitted on a per cubic yard basis. Minimum daily delivery 600 cubic yards. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Completion date December 1973 St Mary River Irrigation District Bow Island. Alberta 093 Regional Expansion Economic Economique Expansion TENDER Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration Tenders for Pipeline Construction Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2 00 local Regma time on November 1973. for the Town ot Contract 1 Water Supply Line The site of the work is located approx- imately seven miles south of the Town of Manitoba The work consists ol the supply of all labor and materials tor the construc- tion of approximately three miles of fourteen Inch underground water supply Ime complete with all valve fittings and other appurtenances. The plans and specifications may be viewed in the and Regma offices of the local Builders' Exchange or Construction Associat'On. and forms for bidding may be obtain- ed from the undersigned at his office in upon deposit of twenty-five dollars cash or a certified cheque for the 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 con- sidered unless made on the form supplied and in accordance with the specifications. Tenders must be ac- companied by security in the amount and form specified in the instructions. The lowest or any tender not necesssanly accepted By Order W. B Thomson Chief Engineer. P.F.R A i 401 Motherwell Building Regina. Saskatchewan N5 I In Memoriams I Cards Of Thanks Local Bridge results ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The following applications for development permits have been approved by the Municipal Planning Commission on October 31. 73 697 Ritt Metals Ltd. to build a body shop at 2702 2nd Avenue North 73 952 R A D Hotel Ltd to build an addition to the hotel at 265 13th Street North. 73 1058 Aztec Upholstery to es- tablish an upholstery business at 416 10th Street North. Any person affected by the said decision may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board- by delivering either personally or by Registered statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the office of the City Clerk in the City Hall not later than November 14. 1973 Dale. November 1973 W C Cameron Development Officer N12 TENDER UNDERGROUND CONDUIT INSTALLATION Sealed Tenders marked No are invited but must be received at the office of the General Manager. Alberta Government Telephones. 10020 100 Street. 31 st Floor T5J not later than 2-00 p m. Local Tuesday. November 1973. Medicine Hat. Alberta. Est.mate Project 5810. tor the installa- tion of underground conduit along Highway No. 1. North to the Burnside subdivision consisting of approx- imately 5 feet ol 10 way. 166 feet of 9 way. 352 feet of 8 way. 2000 feet of 4 way. 866 feet of 3 way. 844 feet of 2 way. construction of 1 L- type manhole and connection of con- duit to 10 precast supplied and installed by A.G.T. Contractor will be responsible to meet the City of Medicine Hat Engineering Compaction as well as being responsible for rehabilitation of all disturbed areas Because of cold weather construc- the Contractor is to temporarily pave all paved street cuts with MC2 cold with final hot mixed to be completed next when weather permits Completion date shall be December 21. 1973 Bid Sets may be obtained from the office of the Supervisor Contract Ad- ministration. Alberta Government Telephones. 10020 100 Street. 24th Floor. Alberta TSJ ana are available to operating m the Province of Alberta on deposit of a Fifty Dollar Certified which will be refunded If Puna end Specifications returned to thli office within after ctoting dMe of otherwise the deposit shell be forfeit. Each tender must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the value of ten peewit of the The succettful Udder will be re- quired to furnish a Performance Bond and a Labour and Material Pay- ment each In the value of fifty percent of the lender. All inquiries regarding me work of this tender thall be directed to District Construction phone Calgary. The right Is reserved to reject any or an bids. J. W. ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The following application for a development permit has been made to the Municipal Planning Com- mission 73 1019 Wirzba Brothers Construction to build a two-family residence at 3512-3514 Spruce Drive Place ol Council Hall Time of hearing- 1-30 p m. Date of November 1973 Any person affected by the saio proposal has the right to present a brief prior to the hearing and to be present and be heard at the hearing Persons requiring to be heard at the meeting shall submit bnefs to the Development OHicer not later than November 1973 The application tor development and supporting data may be in- spected in the City Hall in the Office of the Development Officer November 1973 W C Cameron Development Officer N13 Quebec office MONTREAL The Quebec department of in- dustry and anx- ious to a slice of the Japanese- move into foreign investment and to attract in- dustry to the has set up a liaison office in Tokyo to be close to Japanese firms in- terested in Quebec. felt it essential to have a man in Tokyo who can talk with the decision Jean deputy minister of industry and com- said in an interview. The with a large pool of investment capital available for foreign projects and modern technology are considered prime candidates for Quebec's needs. we really want to see in the province is the transfor- mation of more of our raw ma- terials before they are ex- ported. Mr. Labonte said. are striving to develop associations with this as a goal.'.' With offices in Europe and the the department has received about inquiries about 100 which are considered Mr. Labonte says. The department has 42 open files on Japanese three of which are considered Although the deputy cautions that quick results cannot be expected when dealing with the thorough and methodical it was thought the time was ripe for a Tokyo of- fice and the department's Asian Normand was chosen for the pott. BIRTH GOSTOLA Sharon and Les are proud to announce the birth of their first a Shawn Wayne. Ibs. 14 bcrn October 1973 at Foothills Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sosick of Picture Butte and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gostola of Broderick. Saskatchewan. 2891 DEATHS LEN HOY FOO Passed away in the city on November 2. Mr. Len Hoy Foo at the age of 95 years of 308 2nd Ave. South. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C5188 NAGURNY Passed away in the city on November 2. Mr. Joseph Nagurny at the age of 64 beloved husband of Mrs. Bessie Nagurny of Skiff. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C5186 MULLIN Passed away in the city on November 2. 1973 following a lengthy ill- ness. Miss Jeraldine Mullin at the age of 35 years of 2404 14th Ave. North Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C5189 ALLENDORF Passed away in Picture Butte on Friday. November Mr. Adolph Ernest Allendorf at the age of 94 years of B C.. beloved husband of the late Mrs. Margaret Allendorf The funeral service will be held at 1 p.m on Monday in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3rd Ave. with Rev. Ernest M. Martin officiating A graveside and interment service will be held at 4 p.m. on Wednesday in Hatley Memorial Gardens. Victoria. B C. MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of Funeral Service. C5187 TURNER Passed away in the city on November Mr. Michael Charles at the age of 19 beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. William Turner 2409 llth Ave. A South. Born and raised in Lethbridge. the late Michael Turner was a graduate of L C.I. and was attending the University of Lethbridge at the time of his passing. Besides his he is sur- vived by two Lynn and Susan at one also at home. He is also survived by his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swanson. Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held at MARTIN BROS. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. N. Monday p.m Rev. Blake Anderson of- ficiating. Cremation. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. 409 Canada Trust Bldg. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C5190 KOLESNIK Passed away in the city on Friday. November Mrs. Martha at the age of 81 years of jnrmerly of Coleman. Born and raised in Russia the late Mrs. Kolesnik came to Canada in 1927 to moved to Coleman in 1933. In 1970 she came to Lethbridge to live with her daughter and has resided here until her passing. Mrs. Kolesnik is survived by one step-son. Dan one daughter. Mrs. J. Filatoff. four grandchildren and great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at MARTIN BROS. Traditional 812 3rd Ave. South. Saturday at Rev. D. Goldsmith officiating. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. Alia. Mon- day Rev. Father Tim Connolly celebrant. Inter- ment family Coleman Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C5185 IN MEMORIAM CARPENTER In loving memory of a dear who passed away November 1972. Buzz. 2907 IN MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAMS HUGHES In loving memory of my dear Alice who passed away November 1962 at the age of 76. remembered by her husband and The Hugheses. 2931 RESS In loving memory of a dear father and grand- Michael who passed away November 1964. God saw you getting He did what He thought best. He put His arms atound you And Come and rest remembered by the family. 2906 FILKOWSKI In loving memory of a dear mother and and great who passed away November 1971. To know her was to love her Both for family and And the sweetness of her memory Time can neither dim nor end. Ever loved and remembered by An- nie. Bill and David. 2895 CARPENTER In memory of my John- who passed away Nov. 3. 1972. What mattered If I May boast. About the things we shared.. Was nothing much. But to feel your And know you were really there Wife Doreen 2896 Soccer sccres ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 0 Liverpool 2 Coventry 0 Ipswich 1 Derby 1 Queen's PR 2 Everton 1 Tottenham 1 Lees 4 West Ham 1 Man United 2 Chelsea 2 Newcastle 2 Stock 1 Norwich 1 Leicester 0 Sheffield U 1 Birmingham 1 Southampton 2 Burley 2 Wolverhampton 0 Man City 0 Division II Aston Villa 1 Sheffield W 0 Blackpool 5 Portsmouth 0 Bolton 2 Oxford 1 Cardiff 0 West Brom 1 Crystal P 0 Notts F 1 Fulham 2 Bristol 1 Hull 2 Sunderland 0 Middlesbrough 2 Luton 1 Notts G 3 Millwall 3 Orient 2 Preston 2 Swindon 2 Carlisle 2 Division HI Blackburn 2 Plymouth 0 Brighton 0 York 0 Bristol 1 Chesterfield 0 Charlton 0 Wrexham 0 Grimsby 1 Cambridge 0 Halifax 1 Bournemouth 1 Oldham 3 Shrewsbury 0 Port Vale 3 Rochdale 1 Southend 5 Huddersfield 2 Watford 2 Aldershot 1 Division IV Barnsley 3 Bury 2 Brentford 4 Mansfield 1 Chester 1 Rotherham 0 Crewe 1 Darlington 1 Done-aster 3 Swansea 1 Lincoln 3 Newport 0 Northampton 1 Hartlepool 0 Peterborough 2 Exeter 0 Reading 0 Gillingham 1 Torquay 1 Bradford 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Arboath 2 Hearts 3 Celtic 4 East Fife 3 Dumbarton 3 Motherwell 0 Dundee U 2 Falkirk 2 Hibernian 5 Clyde 0 Morton 2 Aberdeen 0 Patrick 3 Ayr 0 St. Johnstone 1 Dundee 4 Division II Airdrieonians 5 Cowdenbeath 0 Stirling 1 Albion 2 Hamilton 0 Berwick 4 Montrose 0 Clydebank 0 Queen of S 3 St. Mirren 3 Queen's Pk 0 A LLOA 2 Raith 1 Stranraer 0 Stenhousemuir 4 Brechin 2 Stirling 2 Forfar 0 IRISH LEAGUE City ftp Distillery 1 Portadown 4 Glenavon 1 Bangor 0 Linfield 3 Ards 1 Ballymena 2 Glentoran 2 Cliftonville 1 Crusaders 4 Coleraine 2 Lame 2 WEHLAGE In loving memory of a dear son and Mark who passed away November 1967. November brings sad memories of a loved one gone to You will never be forgotten by the ones who loved you best. remembered by Mom and Dad and Cecile. 2897 CARPENTER In memory of a loving father John who passed away Nov. 1972. We knew how much you wanted to We watched you struggle- every day. We knew you made it through You wanted so to live much more. You saw how much we loved you Through all the good and hard times we You were suffering there was always a A better Father there has never been Never To Be Forgotten Jim and Lee 2894 FILKOWSKI In loving memory of my dear mother and wno passed away November 1971. God's golden gate stood open Just two years ago With farewells left un- spoken You quietly slipped away You suffered much in silence Your spirit did not You faced your pain with courage Until the very end. You tried so hard to stay with us Your fight was all in God took you to H'is loving Home And freed you from all pain. remembered and sadly missed by daughter Betty and grand- daughters. Irene. Lucy and Patricia. 2707 CARDS OF THANKS CARPENTER To- morrow and onward wo shall miss him. And so we shall now know how different the world might have been had fate per- mitted this blazing talented man to live and labor at man's unfinished agenda at peace and progress for all. remembering you. Your four i and John Russ 2932 FRAYN The family of the late Mrs. M. Mercy Frayn thank and appreciate messages from neighbors and relatives. Also the officers of the Salvation the doc- tor and nurses on third Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. A special thank you to the V.O.N. and the Salva- tion Army Home League. Thank you all most -The Hills Family 2930 ENNS The family of the late John K. Enns Sr. of Coaldale wish to express their heartfelt thanks to the nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital and the doctors of the Hunt Clinic for the wonderful care given to Dad. Also thanks .to our many friends and relatives who shared our sorrow and helped to ease the pain. God bless you all Enns Tina and Al Lang John and Janice Enns 2893 KALVI The family ot the late Mr. Osvald Kalvi wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to Father O'Dwyer. the Humphries Funeral and the ladies of the Taber CWL. We would also like to thank all our neighbors and relatives for the floral donations and sympathy and for their concern during our recent loss. Ana Kalvi and fami- 2892 Udiei Wed. AftenoM D.B.C. Oct. N.S. 1. Eleanor Manders and Irma 2. Isabel Wright and Louine 3. Betty Palmer and Jean Whimster. E.W. 1.. Gladys Redfern and Pauline 2. Gertie McMillan and Mary 3. Myrna McDonnell and Lottie Lancaster. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. Oct. 10. N.S. I. Elmer Goodman and Garth 2. Ross Miron and Jim 3. John Lebeau and Mark Yoshihara. B.W. 1. Pat Monaghan and Eileen 2. David Miron and H. C. 3. Mary Wobick and Edna Santa. Novice Game Oct. 10 1. Mr. and Mrs. William 2. Harold Perry and Ted 3. Mrs. M. Rae and Mrs. Kay Strome. Thursday Night D.B.C. Oct. 11. N.S. 1. Nick Patson and Louine 2. J. C. Landeryou and M. J. 3. John Lebeau and Mark Yoshihara. E.W. 1. Helen Foss and Pauline 2. Ken Oliver and Doris 3. Mary and Bob Wobick. Friday Night D.B.C. Oct. 12 N.S. 1. Ken and Willa 2. B. C. Evans andO. B. 3. George Santa and Arlo Harris. E.W. 1. David Miron and Dan 2. Mary Wobick and Bill 3. Helen Foss and Muriel Barrow. Ladlei Wed. Afternoon D.B.C. Oct. 17 1. Mrs. Betty Landeryou and Mrs. M. J. 2. Mrs. Jean Ross and Mrs. Hazel 3. Mrs. Louine Smith and Mrs. Isobel Wright. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. Oct. 17 N.S. 1. W. J. EllertandR. J. 2. J. P. Lodermeier and M. F. 3. Wm. Zumstein and Ken Oliver. E.W. 1. H. E. Balfour and Mrs. C. B. 2. Mrs. Muriel Barrow and Mrs. Pauline 3. Bill Wong and Bill Loewen. Novice Game Oct. 17 Ted Ward and Neil 2. Irene Marcinko and Mary 3. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kwiczak. Thursday Night D.B.C. Oct. 18 N.S. 1. Bob Wobick and Ross 2. M. R. Mrwek and Biorg S. W111U Waters and David Miron. E.W. 1. Bill Wong and Bill 2. Gloria Hummel and George 3. Helen Foss and Isobel Wright. Friday Night D.B.C. Oet II N.S. 1. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Nick 3. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Waters. E.W. 1. Dan Jurisich and David 2. Harriet Nilsson and B. C. 3. Mrs. H. E. Balfour and Jean Ross. Unit Game Oct. 21 1. Wilma Winter and George 2. Nick Patson and Louine 3. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hodgson. Tax hike forecast B.C. Federal taxes will have to be raised in a year or two to pay for the latest round of income tax cuts introduced by Finance Minister John Turner last national New Democratic Party leader David Lewis predicts. Speaking at a public meeting during his three-day swing through the southern in- terior of B.C. Mr. Lewis at- tacked the tax cuts as mis- leading and of no benefit to many thousands of Canadians who need them. The indexing system of in- come tax means those who can best afford to cope with the rising cost of living will benefit the he said. He termed the system a regressive form of taxation. is in office a year or two from now is going to have to raise taxes to meet the cost of necessary he the costs of labor and materials are not included in the indexing Mr Lewis continued to hedge on predictions about the timing of the next general election but said the basic differences between the Liberals and Conservatives would make it necessary for the NDP eventually to bring the government down. He opened up the north with baling canvas and courage-and maybe the thought of Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner waiting when he made it back home. Alberta's original Pilsner has logged a lot of miles and quenched a lot of thirsts in nearly fifty and it tastes as good today as it did way-back-when. Slow-brewed and naturally aged for men who appreciate the down-to-earth flavour of an old-time beer. Try it. TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FAOM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDQC ;