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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 73 BUSINESS j ni I DEATHS CARPENTER Passed away in the city on Friday, November 3, 1972, Mr. John D. Carpenter, at the age of 41 years beloved husband ol Mrs. Doreen Carpenter .of 1623 12Ui Avenue North. Funeral arrangements will be announced when competed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. CARDS OF THANKS VAN DYKE Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Van Dyke Sr. would like :o express their gratitude to all who made their 50th Wedding Anniversary such a wonderful and happy day. 1331 BARAN Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baran would like to thank everyone for "coming to their farewell jarty and for the lovely coffee table, especially to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chrupka for all their lelp. you. mill in phone EDMONTON (CP) Alberta could lose a minimum of million, in revenue If Edmonton Telephones is allowed to expand service to the city's natural boundaries, the legislature was told. The warning was given by Social Credit opposition members as the legislature gave approval in principle to the Al-wrta Government Telephones-Edmonton Telephones Act. The bill proposes that Edmonton Telephones pay the province million for expansion in Jasper Place, west Jasper Place and three other subdivisions in the city's west end. ACT would not pay the city any part of toll revenues for any calls originating or terminating in Edmonton. ACT now operates service in most of Edmonton's west loss revenue ot be known until a study to made. Premier Peter Lougheed hint ed the government may estab-ish a municipal provincial fiance commission. He told Fred Mandeville (SC-Bow Valley) he suggestion of a commission IN MEMORIAMS PARKS and IIAMMON In oving memory of my beloved aughter, Marian (Mrs. James who passed away No-ember 4, 1954; my little son Billie Hamnwn, who BARBER SHOP WANTED ONE or two chairs. Reasonable prlcei essential. Box 47, Herald. THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the estate of STEVE GRUNINGER, ate of Magrath, Alberta r who died on he ah day of October, 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-g claims upon the estate of the above amed must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 4th day of December, 72, a full statement cf their claims and securities held by fhem. MESSRS. PRITCHARD, HIGA, BORAS AND WOOD No. 202, 740 4ih Avenue Souih Lethbridge. Alberta Solicitors for the Executor. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS n the Estate Of EDWARD V. PACKMAN, late of the City of Lethbridge, n the Province of Physician and Surgeon, who passed away ofi tho 24th day of October, A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned sol cltors by the 4th day of December, A.D, 1972 a full statement of their c a ms and of securities held by them. VIRTUE AND COMPANY Barristers and Solicitors 106 McFarland Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executrix PRIVATE RETAIL SEAFOOD BUSI-ness In southeastern B.C. and Alberta for Investment. Grosses per year, new equipment Included. Box 1515, Croston, B.C., 428-4718. WANT YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ideal for B husband and wife operation handling all types of gilts, etc. Showing a good profit. For further details contact Art Williams Agencies Lid-, Exclusive. Phone 32B-B1B4. CSA APPROVAL COMING SOON Road Ranger travel trailer. Product of Kit Manufacturing Company, quality built trailers since 1945. Dealer enquiries Invited. Kit Manufacturing, Road Ranger Division, P.O. Box 1236, Caldwcll, Idaho 86305. phorw TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS N THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHSRIDGE In the Estate of ETHEL IRINE AlNES, late of the City cf Lethbridge, n the Province cf who died n the 22nd day of July, TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon the estate of the above amed must file with the undersigned ly the 4th day of December, 1972, a ull statement of their claims and of ecuritlcs held by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers ond Solicitors Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Exe- Jtor Sealed Tenders marked "Renovations to Industrial Arts Complex1' Catholic Central High School wilt be received at the office of tht Secretary-Treasurer, Lcthbrldgc Separate School District No. 9, 534 18th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta up until p.m. on November 28, 1972. Each Tender shall be accompanied by a certified cheque fur 10% of the accompany ng Tender. The successful Contractor sha 1 provide a 50% performance bond or twelve (12) months after flna acceptance of the com-p eted pro ect by the Owners. Contractors fa ling to qualify with these requirements will be disqualified. Contractors may receive a set of plans and spec flcatlons from the Engineers Office, Moriar ty Henderson Lee and Assoc. Ltd., 1135 17th Ave. nue 5.W., Calgary, Alberta upon deposit of a 520.00 cheque or cash guarantee of their return In good condl-t on within 10 days of the Tender closing date. The Owners reserve the right to accept or reject any or all Tenders. The lowest of any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. MORIARITY HENDERSON LEE AND ASSOC. LTD. Consulting Engineers 1135-17th Ave. S.W. Calgary, Alberta are treasures no one can steal, Death leaves a heartache no ons can heal. They are safe in His keeping. remembered b y their mother, Mrs. Marian Hammon, Turin. be before the uring the spring session, but here could be some type o! announcement before then. Environment Minister Bill Yurko said about tons of FOR SALE BOOMING CLEANING business In Blalrmore, Alberta- Includes Martlnlilng unit, Laundromat and two-stall car wash with two delivery trucks. Over gross and Increasing. Low down payment. Write Blalrmore Cleaning Centre, Box 57A, Blalrmore. (Zukoff) passed away after a brief illness, on Sunday, sil, of Paris, France. His nephew Michael Tunow attended tho uiieral. were harvested from Lake Wabamun, about 30 west of Edmonton, during ummer. The cost was 74 LOANS A INVESTMENTS TO We wish to thank :hc doctors and nurses on the surgical floor of ths Municipal Hospital, for the wonderful caro :hey gave our mother during her time in the hospital. Boyce and Fleming families. 1363 CYR I wish to thank the doctors, nurses and staff on the main floor of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care they gave me during my stay in the hospital. Thanks so much to all my friends and relatives for their visits and cards. Cyr, Burdett 1181-4h THE LADIES AUXILIARY TO THE REHABILITATION CENTRE FOR THE HANDICAPPED wish to express their sincere thsnks to all, who in any way helped make their recent Tea end Sale of Work such a success. A very special "thank you" to the ladies of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Eagles for their wonderful help. In loving mem-ry of a dear mother and grandmother, Teresa, who strike looms MONTREAL (CP) Hydro-Quebec's employees erved notice Friday they will trike Monday if no solution to heir contract dispute is found luring the weekend. Labor Hinister Jean Cournoyer said u's department will not intervene. The employees, members of he Canadian Union of Public Smploj'ees, told Mr. Cournoyer and Hydro-Quebec President Poland Giroux by telegram Friday they would strike Monday at 8 a.m. if no settlement if reached by then. Mr. Cournoyer said Friday night his department does Dot rave the power to act now and 'if these two sides can't settto t with the help of a mediator, t's not going to help if ump to anyone's assistance." The union move came after talks between the two sides involving Yvon Dansereau, special government mediator, ended Thursday night. CUPE spokesman Paul Mop-risseau said that when the talki concluded, the two sides "three points further apart than when they started. TALKS MAY RESUME Talks may resume this weekend, Mr. Morisseau said, but "one thing is for we walk out Monday if no agreement has been reached." If there is a strike, the men will provide emergency service, said Raymond Legendre, CUPE's technical advisor. The employees' previous cod-tract expired last December and no settlement has been reached after 11 months of bargaining. The union, which representi engineers, office staff and maintenance workers, said tha prime issue in the dispute is wages clauses. Hydro technicians earn an average a week, office workers and manual workers an hour. The union is seeking a 31-per cent increase for technicians, 19 per cent for office worken and 24 per cent for manual workers. MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone our home she is fondly remembered, Sweet memories cling to her name. Those who loved her in life sincerely, Still love her in death just the same. remeL hered and sadly missed by Pat, Joe and grandchildren. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS i THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate of JACOB J. LOWEN, te of Ccaldale in the Province of Iberia, Retired, who died on the 12th ay of October, A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE that ell persons hav-ng claims upon the estate of the above amed must file with the undersigned y the 9th day of December, A-D. 972, a full statement cf their claims nd of securities held by them. WELBOURN MALONEY Barristers end Solicitors P.O. BOX 1300 Claresholm, Alberta Solicitors for the Warrack, lands and forests minister, told members his department is studying reports that Alberta's moose population is on the decline. Dr. Warrack said there definitely has been a drop in the population, but the reasons Schwartz Agencies (1972) Ltd. Mall, Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowes! Interest rates available. First and second mortgages. MORTGAGE MONEY AVAILABLE TO OR MORE Amount Payments Rale S S 26.75 14.5% S 63.71 13.5% S 97.45 13-0% Above examples based on n 15 year amortization TERMS Up to 20 year amortization with a guaranteed renewable term. :No hidden charges. Available for home purchase, renovations, debt consolidation, vacation or my other reasonable purpose. For further details phone or visit us at College Shopping Mall, Lethbridge Alberta. Telephone 338.23B1. YOU DO BETTER WITH EXPERIENCED MONEY FROM C.A.C. Realty Limited Subsidiary of CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED Imogene A fton Webster, passed away in Cardston on Wednesday, November 1st, 1972 at the age of 57 years, beloved wife of Delbert Duce of Cardston. Funeral services were held in the Alberta Stake Chapel in Cardston on Saturday, November 4-th at 2 p.m., with President Travers Smith officiating. Interment followed in the Cardston cemetery. Friends met the family and said their respects from 1 p.m. prior to tie service in the relief society room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNEREAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5302 FOGGIN Passed away in Fort Macleod on Thursday, November 2, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. 4f B James Hedley Foggin, at the age of 87 years, formerly of Magrath, beloved husband of late Mrs. Annie Foggin. Born and raised in Yorkshire England, the late Mr. Foggin came to Canada in 1912 to the Del Bonita district where he homesteaded. He retired to Raymond in 1955 and in 1E67 he moved to Magrath where he resided until his passing. The late Mr. Foggin served overseas with the Canadian Armed Forces in the First World War. He is survived by one son, Mr. Hedley Foggin of Del Bonita; three daughters, Mrs. S. J. (Margaret) Rarick of Magrath, Mrs. R. (Annie) Perry, of Leth-bridgc, Mrs. J. (Dorothy) Taylor of Coaldale; 13 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren, and one brother in England. The funeral service will be neld on Tuesday at 2 p.m., in the Magrath United Church, with Rev. C. Carnochan officiating. Interment to follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel 812 3rd Avenue S. and the Magrath United Church from 1 p.m. on Tuesday until just prior to the Service. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. In loving memory of a dear grandmother, Catherine Filkowski, who >assed away November 4, 1971. Two tired eyes are resting, two willing hands are still The one who always worked so hard, is resting at God's will. God saw you getting tired, He knew you needed rest, His garden must be beautiful, He only takes the best. remembered by Irene, Lloyd and David. hit by strike NEW YORK (AP) Supervisory personnel filled in today for Columbia Broadcasting System cameramen, technicians and engineers who are on strike over failure to reach agreement with the network on a new contract. A CBS spokesman said ALBERTA 222 DEPT. OF HWYS. MAINTENANCE SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to a.m. en Friday, November 17, 1972 for the construction of the following work: Project: Improvement District 14, Ed son Area, Gravel excavating, crushing and stockpiling cubic yards. Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Office cf the Chief Maintenance Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the Office of the District Engineer, 1707-6th Street, N W., Calgary, Alberta and the Office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lcthbridge, Alberta and will be available only to ndtviduals domiciled registered and operating in the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporation! registered and neraflng In and who have established a fixed place of busl-ne's in the Province of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars will be required for each copy of Contract and Specifications taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond! to 10% of the Tender. Tenders will be opened In public. The or any Tender not necessarily accepted. V. E. McCune DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS N THE SURROGATE COURT OF OUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate cf GEORGE LEWIS METZGER, late of the City cf Leth-irldge, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 19th day cf September, .0. 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upcn the estate of the above amed must file with the undersigned cHcitnr by the llth day of December, D. 1972, a full statement cf their laims and of securities held by them. IVES, OFFET CARLETON P.O. BOX 728 324 7th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors. The Ladies Auxiliary to tba Rehabilitation Centre for the Handicapped announce the following winners al the Tea. QUILT: Mr. Bob Sanford, 406 12th St. N. TOWELS: Mrs. Percy Jones 422 St. A N. WALLET: Mr. Eric Simpson Stafford Place. of a dear husband, father grandfather, John A. Bobinee, who passed away November 5, 1971. His toilworn hands ones busy Are folded now in sleep; And o'er his out-worn body The earth lies cold and deep. But the soul that was his essence, Lives on, and we shall see Him when The Master calls us home For all eternity. remembered by his wife and family. 1366 In bring memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Katherine, who passed away November 4, 1971. We did not see you close your eyes Or hear j'our last faint sigh, We cnly heard that you were gone Too Iste to say goodbye'; And while you lie in peaceful sleep, Your memory we shall always keep. Lovingly remembered b y daughter Betty and grandchildren. 1376 BOBINEC lu loving memory of my dear husband and da'd, John A. Bobinee, who passed away November 5, 1971. One year ago today, Since you passed away, Deep in cur hearts a memory is kept Of one we loved and will raver forget. Please Lord take care of him, as he takes his rest Because on earth he was one of the best. jf remembered and sadly mised by his wife, Mary and family. 1378 WEHLAGE In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Mark, who passed away November 4, 1957. November comes with deep regret, A month that we cannot forget. A day cf remembrance sad to recall, Without farewell you left us nil. What we would give, if we could say Hi Mark in the same old way. Beautiful memories are all we have left Of a son and brother we loved shall never the walkout Friday had not interrupted prime-time programming Friday night and the )nly changes expected involved coverage Sunday of two professional football games. CBS anchorman Walter Cron-kite and network correspondents, reporters and sportecas-ters, all members of another union, were crossing the picke lines, the spokesman said. The strike coincides with last-minute preparations for eov erage of the United States presidential election next Tuesday A dress rehearsal went aheac Friday night without the striking employees. The walkout was called by the Radio and Television Broadcast Engineers Union, International Brotherhood o; Electrical Workers. A spokesman said the union has members at CBS. They operate a variety ol technical equipment used to get programs on the air. 7 CITD3S AFFECTED The walkout affects CBS-owned radio and television stations here and in Boston, Phila delphia, Chicago, St. Louis Mo., Los Angeles and San Francisco. The network said it had cancelled coverage of the Dallas TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS H THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the estate cf ANGELINA MORTGAGE LOANS FOR RESIDENTIAL URBAN OR RURAL PROPERTY First or Second Mortgage Funds Available For: Property Property Debt Consolidation Improvements We Offer: Very Low Rates to 20 Years to Repay Personaliied Service In the Privacy of Your Own Home Life Insurance Coverage Approvals We Do Not: Charge Bonus or Brokerage Fees Your Mortgage Mortgage for indefinite Period Please Call Homeplan Realty Limited A Member of The Traders Group of Companies 328-3347 late of the City of Lethbridge, n the Province of Alberta, Hairdresser, who died on the 25th day of September, A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned ol let tors by the 4th day of December, A.D. 1972, a full statement of their claims and cf securities held by them. IVES, OFFET 8. CARLETON P.O. Box 324 7th Street South Lethbrldoe, Alberta Solicitors lor Ronald Hleucka and Marlorle Kane, Executors. our heartfelt thanks to our many friends, neighbors and relatives for their beauti ful floral tributes, koden, mes sages of sympathy and acts o kindness shown us during the recent loss of our beloved hus hand and father, Akira, who passed away on October 17 1972. Your thoughtfulness wil always be remembered. Yasuko Hironaka and Family Rosemary. OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to A.M on Wednesday, November 15, 1972 for {he construction of the following work; Project: Improvement District 15 Whitecourt Area Gravel excavating, crushing ant stockpiling cubic yards. Contracti and may be obtained Bt the Office of the Chief Mailntenanre Engineer, Highways Jutlding, Edmonton, Alberta, the Office of the District Engineer, 1707 -Aih Street, N.W. Calgary, Alberta and the Office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbridge, Alberta and will be available only to Individuals domiciled, registered and operating n the Province cf Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating In and who have established a fixed place cf business In the Province of Alberta. A deposit cf Twenty-Five Dollars w 11 be required tor each copy of Contract and Specif cations taken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to lOTc of the Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender nst necessarily accepted. V. E. McCune Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN 'ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate of PETER SCHALK, ate of the City ol Lelhbrldge. In the province ot Alberta, who died on the 2th day of Seotember, A.D. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-ng claims upon the estate ot the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the llth day of December, 975, e full statement ot their claims and of securities held by them. RICE, MACLEAN, BABKI AND EVANS Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lethbridge, Alterta Solicitcrs for the Executrix The familv o the late Mrs. R. E. Hawkins wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to their friends, neighbors and relatives for the acts of kindness, expres sions of sympathy and flora offerings, during the occasion of their loss. Special thanks to Rev. Crisfield for his lovely service. Jimmy and Edith LaVerne and Ron Stan and Vi 1364 SIEGELLA We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many friends and relatives to the doctors, nurses and staf: of General Hospital of Calgarj and the doctor and nurses of Picture Biitte Hospital, for thsir kindness and sympathy shown to us during our recen bereavement. A special thanks to Lomond community for their card and wreath. To pallbearers "his Father Sivensky Father Lynn and Father Zu bach, and all our friends fo flowers, donations, cards and all the help and food. Megella and family 133 BEASl.EY The family o the laic Mrs. Mae Beaslc) wishes lo express their deep and sincere gratitude for the kindnesses extended to then during their recent bo reavement; to Rev. Fathers J A. Carroll .-.nd M. H. Gillis foi their spiritual consolation, the Women's League for Uio post funeral reception, Ihc pallbearers. Martin Broihen, and Mrs. Hwozdecki, the dc-a friends who so thoughtfully provided for guests and oursclvc (Jin dny of Ihc funeral; to those who visilcd us, sent spiritua offerings, floral tributes, gifl of food and expressions of sym pathy and to nil of those wh offered and loaned their cars nm otherwise gave so generously o their lime during our difficul period. Thank you one and nil C h c s n c y and Bcrnic Bcaslcy Kathryn and Gerald 75 PAINTING DONE VERY WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT work. Double J. Construcllon. 326-3870 Or 345-4620. SALE OF FARM LANDS The following lands are offered for ale by tencJcr sublect to the rcstric-lons In the existing Certificates tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, Diego and the St. Louis at Philadelphia football games and that the National Football League was making other arrangements to televise these games in Dallas and St. Louis CBS coverage of five other games was unchanged, it employees seek union KBIBERLEY, B.C. (CP) The certification of non-union Coniinco Lid. staff employees at Kimberley has been applied for bv Local 1672 of the Office and Technical Employees Union. Previous to applying for certification a charter to join the local was granted the employees by the Canadian Labor Congress. John Hecker, recently ap-poinled field representative for the CLC. said more than 200 workers are involved. C AND J EQUIPMENT COMPACT-Hon and concrete equipment. Bobcat loaders, heaters. Phone 326-4765. 1410 5nd Ave. S. control Icttv offers tax cuts SINGAPORE (AP) Parliament adopted new tax measures today designed to discourage families from having more than three children. Tax deductions henceforward will be permitted for a maximum of three children, rather than five. Finance Minister Hon Siii also said new tax measures should make it attractive for married women to work, especially if they are highly 23, W4M, In the Province ot AlcerJa, containing 160 acres more or less, Excepting 15.0! acres more or less for canal right of way of the Lethbridge SALE OF FARM PROPERTY The follcwing property Is offered for tale by lender subject to the restrictions in the existing Certificates of Title, namely: The East Half of Section Nineteen In Township Nine Range Eleven West cf the Fourth Meridian, In the Province of Al-terta, conta ninq Three Hundred and Twenty (320) acres, more or less RRSERV NG unto Her Majesty, Her Successors and ass gns ell mines and minerals and the right to work the same as sst forth In Patents registered as 5343 BU as to the South East Quarter and 6012 Z as to the North East Quarter and also subject to such ether reservations, conditions, rights and provlsicns as lire contained in the said Patents. Tho nbove described lands are sit-uatr-d approximately miles cf Bow Island, Alberta. There Is a house, two barns, granaries, land is fenced and cross-fenced, water supplied by Irrigation reservoir, well Is available. The land Is level and easy lo Irrlnate and Is sandy-loam soil. Tenders In sealed envelopes marked S.C. 45i accompanied by a certified cheque or cash for ICTi of the amount rf the tender must te in the hands of the Clerk cf the Supreme Court, Court Houre, Medicine Hat, Alberta, by o'clock noon, the 4th day of December, 1972 The balance of the purchase price shall be paid to the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Court House, Medicine Hat, AILwrffl, within 30 days after acceptance of the tender, if tnc successful tenderer does net complete the purchase nfler acceptance of hi ston-rier, the deposit shall be forfeited. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Cheques or caih of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them. For further particulars apply to Wilton D. Thorstclnson, of the firm of MacLean, Wledemann anrf Thor-stolnson, Rarr stnrs and Solicitors, 525 2nd street S.E., Medicine HM, Alberfa. DATED at Medicine Hat, Alberta this 27lh day of September, A.D, 1972. Clerk of the SupreniB Court Approved: G. G. Yanoslk. ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, garage, kitchens, cabinets, try. Phone 328-3071. 848, Resrevlnq unto Her Majesty all mines and minerals, 'arcel 2 The El? and the lection 8, Township 12, Range 23, W4M, n the Province cf Alberta, containing ogether 480 acres more cr less, Excepting "A" Out cf the S'.'i the canal right cf way on Plan Irr. 968, contoin-nq in the SE'i 8.41 acres more or less and In the SWVi 8-05 acres mere or rig study set Glacier GLACIER PARK, Mont. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In-fured, free estimates. Phone GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1010 7lh Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. CARPENTRY WORK, REMODEL-mg, repairing, etc. Town or country. E and L Construction. Phone 328-2077 or 32B-2237. of the South 330 fee' containing 2 acres more or less, Excepting thereout all mines and minerals and the right to work the same. Parcel 3 The SW'i Section 9, Town-ihlp 12, Rancio 23, W-lM, in the Province of Alberta, containing 160 acres more or less, Reserving unto Her Majesty all mines ond minerals. Excepting thereout the cannl riqtit of way on Plan Irr. B6S, containing 10.82 acres more or less. Parcel 4 The SW'.i Section 16, Township 13- Rnnnff 3.1. W4AA. In Province of Alberta, contalninq 160 acres more or less. Fxcpptinq "thflt portion which lies wilhin tho addition cf the Lagoon Site on Plan .'102 J.K. Reserving unto Her Majesty all mines and minerals. There arc buildings upon SW'i Section 9, Including dwelling garage and qraln storage. Tenders In sealed envelopes marked 16003, accompanied by a marked cheque or cash for of the amount cf tho trndor must bo In th-3 hands crt tho Clork of tho Supreme Court tho Court Hour.e, Lclhhridqe, a hy o'clock nonn, en the 32nc day of November, AD. 1972. The balance of the purchase prlca shall be paid Into court within 30 days nfter acceptance or tender. If tho successful tenderer docs not comp old purchase alter acceptance of his tender, the deposit shall bo for Id tod The highest or any tender not snrily Accepted. Cheques of unsuccess ful tenderers will bo returned to them Tor further npply tc Ivcs, Ot'fcl And Carlcton, Barrlsteri And Solicitors, 314 7th Street south Lflthbrldpo, AlbertA. OATHb at Lethbrldge, Alberta, th s 18th day of October. A.D. 1973. ALEX A. GILCHRIST Clerk Supreme Court APPROVED: L. S. TURCOTTE Local Judfln Supremo Court. ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, rcoflnri specializing in chimneys, brick, cement cement finishing, stuc cainrj, fireplaces, house ralsirm. 32fl 0266. FENCE CONSTRUCTION AND RE PAIR, MISCELLANEOUS BUILDING rFMFNT WORK. ALL TYPES HAUL ING. PHONE 377-5087, of Glacier National Park says a study will be conductec lo determine the impact o snowmobiles on the park's en vironmenl, Briggle said the study wil attempt to measure such fac tors as noise levels, exhaust and speed and how the snow mobiles affect wildlife. He said snowmobile enthusl asts have not made a significant impact on Glacier Park yet, but he wants to have answers ready if such activity in GARAGES, CUPBOARDS, RUMPUS rooms All your remodrillnq needs Ho job too small. Free estimates Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 328-0987 or W5-3493. FOR STRAW Tenders are called for the supply ot approximately 150 tens of straw to the Canada Agriculture Research Station, Lethbridge, Alberta. Tenders close 12 noon, Tuesday, November 7. For further Information and quotation rc-ciuest forms Conl.Kt C. G. Scliccn-ng, Assistant Administrative Officer, Canada Agriculture Research Station, Uttibrldge, Alberta. Phone missed by dr.d, mom and Cccile. tank lid kills Calgary mail MEDICINE HAT (CP) James Almond Baxter, 41, of Cnlga.y wns killed Friday when he attempted lo remove the lid from a bulk cement tank which was pressurized. He died instantly when hit by n pnii of the lid. The accident occurred at well drilling silc 12 miles northwest of Medicine Hat. No decision lias been made on an inquest. PUBLIC promoted MOSCOW (AP) Promotions were announced here for four lop Soviet milit.iry men, Including the chief of the Soviet air force. Marshal Pavel S KuUikhov wns promoted to chief nir force marshal. Pro-mnled to the rank of army gcn-ernl were Yevgeny F. Ivanovsky, commandcr-in-chief of (lie Soviet army group in East Germany; Alexander N. Komarovsky, a deputy defence minister, and Alcxei I., chief of tho Frunze Military NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THF SURROGATE COURT 0 SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF JOSEP RAC7. THE ELDER (otherwise know ns IDE RACZ) (otherwise known a JOSEPH' RACZ) lalo of Milk Rive In the Province of Alberta, who dlo nn 11m 7th day Octoher, A.D. 197 TAKF NOTICE that all persons ha Ing claims upon tho estate of tl nliovc named must filo with tho unde tinned Solicitors hy the 4th o December, A.D. 1972, a full statcmen of their iind ot Mcurltles by them. MOSCOVICH, SPANOS AND MATISZ xj' 71h Slrorl South, Lcthbridgo, Allwrta (Solicitors lor the Executors) TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the c' PETER JOSEPH WEDER lale ol Ihc Clly ol Lcthbrklfic, In Ihc Province of Albortfl, who died on Ihfr JInd day of May, 1972. TAKE NOTICE Hint nit persons nav-tno clntms upon the ol tho nbovo Mimd must lite with underslgnsd soiidtor hy tho ttth day of December, 1973, n full statement of their claims and of securities helrj by Ihrm. VIRTUE COMPANY Solicitors for thn Execulors KM McFnrlantl Qulldlng Lelhbrldge, croc's eyes MOSCOW (Router) The crocodile at the Kiev Zoo ha had a successful operation for cataracts in both eyes. Now th five-foot-lon.B animal is fit ant hack in his pool after more than an hour on tho operating READ YOUR AD ArtvcrtUers should mad the'r ad-vfrtlsfnifnts and REPORT ERRORS in time for the next Instrtlon. The Hmid h only responsible for the first Incorrect ;