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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 32-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, October 'PUBLIC NOTICES THE CITY EDMONTON requires OF TECHNICAL CLERK Edmonton Power To assist the Operations Manager by performing routine clerical (unctions, checking and recording work orders, accumulating Information from field staff, responding to Inquiries on Division activities and to perform related work as required. The successful applicant will be a .Civil Technology graduate with some sub professional engineering experience In a related field SALARY. S10.049.00 to "per annum. to- The City of Edmonton Employment Office Centennial Building 21 Sir Winston Churchill Square Edmonton. Alberta T5J OH1 When applying, please quote- POSTING NO 1023-74 will be received up to -and including October 21, 1974 CITY COMMISSIONERS 049 INVITATION TO TENDER For demolition or removal of 39 bed known as the "Old Municipal Hospital" is located on Third Street 'and 45th Avenue west in the Town of 'Claresholm This is a one storey >building of frame construction with "full basement. Heating, plumbing and Jelectrical units are still contained in ,the building. Successful tender to 'have right to all salvage material Structure to be removed and site 'levelled, with all work to be com- pleted by May 31, 1975 Tenders to be submitted by October 31, 1974, and addressed to 'The Administrator Claresholm General Hospital -Box 610, Claresholm, Alberta 016 TENDER CALL Contract No. Supply of materials and construction of a gallon reinforced concrete water storage reservoir at Fort Walsh National Historic Park, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, all in accordance with the plans and specifications Sealed Tenders, marked as to content and addressed to Contract Officer, Parks Canada, Prairie Region, 114 Garry Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 1G1, will be received up to 3 00 p m. (D S T) Thursday. October 24. 1974 Tender documents can be Obtained by General Contractors from Superintendent, Fort Walsh "'National Historic Park, Maple Creek, and -from Contracts -.Officer, Prairie Region, Parks -Canada, 114 Garry Street. Winnipeg. "Manitoba, on deposit of 00 (Certified Cheque) payable to the Receiver General of Canada, refundable on return of documents in good condition Examined at Superintendent's Office, Fort Walsh National Historic Park, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Prairie Regional Office, Parks Canada, 114 -.Garry Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba -and Construction Association offices at Regma, Swift Current, Moose Jaw and Saskatoon. Saskatchewan and Hat and Lethbndge, --jMberta lowest or any tender not 'necessarily accepted Winnipeg, Manitoba R P Malis -I Director Prairie Region 042 -HOUSING CORPORATION- PRE-TENDER NOTICE NEW TOWN OF FORT McMURRAY AREA 6 INDUSTRIAL AND 'COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT 'UNDERGROUND SERVICES AND -ROAD BASE GRADING EAST "PORTION "Alberta Housing Corporation ..proposes to call tenders for this pro- in January. 1975. with work to be --completed m the fall of 1975 by the tenderer Interested con- tractors can make arrangements to ---look at the site Tuesday, 22nd of Oc- "toBer. 1974, prior to winter shut by contacting Cohos, Evamy Partners. 82812th Avenue South Calgary. Alberta, T2R OJ3, 266-3081 The successful will be required to be in the Province of Alberta. "-The majority of materials will be "stockpiled on site by the owner and "supplied to the contractor The work the following approximate 18.400 Lineal feet of watermams 14.500 Lineal feet of sewer mams 12.800 Lineal feet of storm sewer 110.000 Cubic yards of grading 35.000 Cubic yards of gravel road 'I base President 'Alberta Housing Corporation '11810 Kingsway Avenue "Edmonton. Alberta 041 PUBLIC NOTICES IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDOE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF MATHILDA STEIQER, late of the Town of Card stem, in the Province of Alberta, Widow, deceased, who died on the 27th day of August A D 1974. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors, by the 31st day of October A.D. 1974, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them HUCKVALE, WILDE KRUSHEL Barristers and Solicitors 612 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge. Alberta 012 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF ODD B BENTSEN, late of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province o Alberta, who died on the 26th day o September, A.D 1974 TAKE NOTICE'that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 4th day ol November, A D 1974, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 310 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Execut.ix 047 NOTICE OF POLL MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 1974 TOWN OF MILK RIVER PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that Polling will take place for the Election of MAYOR, 6 COUNCILLORS on Wednesday, the 16th day of October, 1974 from ten o'clock in the forenoon until eight o'clock in the afternoon at the following place or places Town Office, Town of Milk River and at the same place, time and date above mentioned, Polling for (a) member of the Board of the Border Counties General Hospital No 95. School Committee, County of Warner No 5 will take place And that I will at Milk River on Wednesday the 16th day of October 1974 at 8 o'clock in the evening sum up the votes and declare the result of the Election Given under my hand at Milk River this 19th day of September, 1974 Norma C Selk Returning Officer S83 ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT Tender for Gravel Haul Tenders will be received by the undersigned until 12-00 o'clock noon on October 16, 1974 for the loading and hauling of approximately cu yds of coarse gravel to various parts of the Mam Canal from Raymond to Chin 'Further Information may be obtained from the Lethbndge office Tenders to be submitted on a per cubic yard basis Minimum daily delivery 600 yards Work to commence shortly after close of tenders The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted J.W.THIESSEN.P.ENQ. Manager St Mary River Irrigation District Box 278 Lethbndge, Alberta 09 TENDER CALL Contract No Construction of a Water Supp'y Line at Fort Walsh National Historic Park, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, all in accordance with tthe plans and specifications Sealed Tenders, marked as to contenuand addressed to Contracts Officer, Parks Canada. Prairie Region, 114 Garry Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 1G1, will be received up to 3 00 p m (D S T) Thursday, October 24, 1974 Tender documents can be Obtained by General Contractors from Superintendent. Fort Walsh National Historic Park. Maple Creek, Saskatchewan and from Contracts Officer. Prairie Region, Parks Canada, 114 Garry Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, on deposit of (Certified Cheque) payable to the Receiver General of Canada, refundable on return of documents in good condition Examined at Superintendent's Office. Fort Walsh National Historic Park. Maple Creek. Saskatchewan. Prairie Regional Office, Parks Canada, 114 Garry Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba and Construction Association offices at Regma, Swift Current Moose Jaw and Saskatoon. Saskatchewan and Medicine Hat and Lethbridge. Alberta. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted Winnipeg Manitoba R. P Malts Director Prairie Region 043 NOTICE FPOLL (SEC 62) Polling by Electoral Divisions PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that an election will be held for a COUNCILLOR for Electoral Division No One of the County (or) Municipal District of Lethbndge No 26 for the year 1974 and the polling will take place 16 day of October 1974. from ten o'clock in the forenoon to eight o clock in the afternoon The Electoral Division has been provided with the following pcfls- Pon No. 1 is at Wilson Siding (Alberta Whea! Pool Elevator) PoM No 2 is at McNally School Pon No 3 is at Albert Bourassa Residence 4406 1st Ave South (Fainnew Sub Lethbridge win at me county office 214 istn St South on Friday the 18 day of October 1974. at twelve o'clock, noon sum up the votes and declare the result of the" election. under my hand at Lethbndge this 26 day of September. 1974 D Spencer Returning Officer 05 THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS OF CANADA INVITES OFFERS TO BUILD-LEASE OFRCE ACCOMMODATION Offers are Jmnted for the provSswn approxnnaJdy 1.225 square feet office space to accommodate a Standard Type Post Office S P 2A GlBCHEN Alberta Leased Tender Documents may be obtained through trie Deaaftrnern of PuWfc Works of Canada Office 10th floor. One Tttorfflon Court EDMONTON. AJberta arid Boom SOI Natural Resources Sldg 205 9th Avenue, S E. CALGARY. Alberta. OBers are Jo be addressed Jo Jhe Regional Manager. Finance and Western Region Oept of PuWic Works on Canada. 10th Boor, One Thornton Court. EDMONTON, Alberta and will be received umn 3-00 P M ereavement. The floral ributes, cards, visits and bod, and charitable donations in memoriam were all much appreciated. A particular junk-yon to the doctors of the Clinic, and staff at .he Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, to Majors John Har- ding, Thelma Corney, and loan Pierce of the Salvation Vrmy, and to the ladies of [Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. II who served lunch following he funeral service. The kindness of each and every one will always be CARDS OF THANKS OLIVER, Ben I would like to thank my family and relations and friends for mak- ing my 80th birthday such a happy one. Their thought- fulness was appreciated. 3612 TRATCH Many-thanks to all my relatives, friends and students for their get well wishes during my stay in hospital. Also a special thanks to my doctors and the staff of St. Michael's Hospital. Ron Tratch 3533-12 TROTZ I would like to thank all those kind and thoughtful people 'who sent cards, gifts or visited me while I was a patient in'the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Also thanks to our many friends in Lethbridge for their wonderful hospitality to myself and my family. A very special thank you to my doctors, and nurses and staff for the exceptional care and attention I received. My most sincere thanks and apprecia- tion to all those selfless people who donated blood. Bless You All. Trotz and family. 3584 MILLAR I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to all the people during the re- cent passing of my dear husband, John Millar. Thank you to the doctor, nurses and staff of the Taber General Hospital for the care and kindness shown to John. Many thanks to Rev. Heffelfinger for his visits and prayers and for officiating at the funeral. Also thanks to Humphries Funeral Home. Thank you to our many friends and relatives who sent beautiful floral tributes, donations, sympathy cards and lovely food. A special thank you to the ladies who served the love- ly lunch at the house. The kindness of each and everyone will always be remembered by myself and my son Jack Millar. Beatrice Millar. C2513 Provinces study plans to reduce speed limits THE CANADIAN PRESS Plans to reduce speed limits on highways are under study in all but one province, follow- ing recent reports that reduc- ed speeds contribute to lower- ing the death toll from highway accidents. Nova Scotia, with limits of 60 miles an hour on all highways except those termed "all-weather" where 65 is the top speed, has no plans to reduce limits, says Highways Minister Leonard Pace. Earlier this week, British Columbia announced plans to reduce the 60 m.p.h. limit now in effect for most main highways to 55 and 70 m.p.h. limit on freeways to 60. Vancouver Island and some other areas with high traffic accident potential wjll be posted at 50 m.p.h. Graham Lea, B.C. highways minister, said the decision to reduce speed limits was based on a study by his department of statistics following the in- troduction of a 55 rn.p.h. speed limit in the United States. NO GENERAL REDUCTION John Rhodes, Ontario high- ways minister, said the prov- ince may impose selective re- ductions in speed in some areas, but stressed that the government is not considering a "general blanket reduction such as the one announced in B.C." Statistics on highway speed reductions in the U.S., Mr. Rhodes said, do not show con- clusively that lower speeds are directly related to fewer road deaths. Quebec, which now has speed limits of 7Q m.p.h. on freeways and 60 m.p.h. on other highways, is considering reduced speed limits, a spokesman said. Wilfred Bishop, New Bruns- wick highways minister, said his department has not fully studied the proposal of reduc- ed speeds but that he favors them himself. In Prince Edward Island, Bennett Campbell, provincial secretary said the matter of highway safety in his province has been turned over to a spe- cial committee which probably will report late this year or early next year. Meanwhile, speeds there re- main at 60 m.p.h. in daytime and 5j> at night. Congress work under way on inflation cures Harry Lowe, Harry Jr., Gordon, Rath and Families. 3624 WASHINGTON (AP) The Ford administration is pushing ahead with a two-fold effort to talk prices under control while the United States Congress begins work on Ford's legislative remedies for inflation. An agency set up to monitor inflation held its first formal meeting Friday and selected its first targets: food process- ing and distribution, medical care, sugar and antifreeze. Meanwhile, Ford meets to- day with his new 18-member Citizen Action Committee to Fight Inflation. The president plans to spell out in a speech Tuesday in Kansas City what he wants Americans to do voluntarily to conserve energy and to fight inflation. The Council on Wage and Price Stability labelled food processing and distribution "high priority." Food prices have been a leading ingredient in the current 11.2-percent U.S. inflation rate and are ex- pected to increase more rapidly as a result of disap- pointing harvests. "The council will also devote a major effort to the costs and prices of medical the agency said. Medical care now costs 12.8 per cent more than a year ago. SUGAR PRICES UP Antifreeze, which is ex- pected to be in short supply this winter, costs to a gallon, compared with last winter. And sugar prices nave tripled in the last year, the commerce department es- timates. The council has no powers to enforce restraint in wage and price increases, but it can coax andrajole through public hearings or private conferences. Council Director Albert Rees said the group's 40- person staff "will focus its monitoring efforts on selected targets not being addressed by other federal agencies and groups." On Capitol Hill, the House of Representatives set a 1300-bil- lion spending target for the current fiscal year, .as re- quested by Ford in his economic address last Tuesday. However, there was little hope that the new goal would be met. "We're simply going through a pre-election exer- said Representative El ford Cederberg (Rep. Mich.) The resolution, approved 329 votes to 20 and sent to the Sen- ate, has na legal effect BUDGET LIMIT SET The budget submitted last January projected a bilhon spending limit. The agriculture department said the reserve of food- building grain crops in the United States will drop to the lowest level in a quarter- century by the time new harvests are ready next year. This is expected to push up prices for bread, meat and poultry. The reserve of wheat next July 1 will decline to as low as 218 million bushels, compared with 249 last summer, the de- partment said. The reserve of soybeans, in- gredients for livestock and poultry feed, will be down to the lowest level since the critical short supply of 1973, the estimate shows. In other economic develop- ments: business leaders in the U.S. at a meeting of the Business Council in Hot Springs. Va.. predicted a levelling of the rate of infla- tion to 8.5 per cent next year. Patterns 9-Pc. Wardrobe! Keep a busy, happy dressing her favorite doll. Fashion's prettiest knits are scaled perfectly for teen dolls. Use up' your wool scraps! Pattern 7490: direc- tions sweater, pants, gown, coat, hat, cape, jacket, blouse. 75 cents each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15? each pattern for first- class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario MIT 4P7. Ont. residents add 5f sales tax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. Save dollars! Create beautiful things. Send for New 1975 Needlecraft Catalogue! Plan Ahead! PRINTED PATTERN A graceful draped collar dresses up this day-dinner- holiday dress. Sew it in a sup- ple satin, casual knit, tissue wool or faille. Send! Printed Pattern 4693: Half Sues 16Me, Size 14% (bust 37) takes 2 yards 60-inch. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15e each pattern for first- class mail and special handling. Ont residents add 7c sales tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address; Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald. Pattern Department, Progress Avenue. Scar- borough. 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