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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IB, 1972 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD _ 29 To impose settlement MONTREAL (CP) action on Quebec public service contract disputes which have not yet been settled will be im- posed by decree Dec. 15, Civil Service Minister Jean Courno- yer said Tuesday. Mr. Cournoyer said interested parties will have until Dec. 1 lo submit recommendations about what should be Included in the decrees. Only Quebec's teachers and liquor-board workers are impli- cated. AH other public service groups have settled their dis- putes by negotiation. Mr. Cournoyer said a decree has already been imposed on the teachers and liquor-board workers providing for wage crease of 4.8 per cent in the tirst year, 5.3 per cent in the second year and six per cent in each of tho last two years of a new agreement. These wage increases con- form to the wage settlements negotiated at a central bargain- ing table. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS FOR GENERAL CONTRACT FOR PARKING LOT GRADING CONTINENTAL INNS LTD. MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA Seated tenders addressed to Continental Inns Lid. lor Parking Lot Grading, will be received up to 2 o'clock P.M. W-ounfafn Standard Time, Oclobcr 27, 1972-Plans, Specifics Hens end Tender Forms may be obtained on application to Hogg, Munro and Associates Ltd 7J7 3rd Sfreet S-E. P-0. Box 970, Medicine Hat, Alberta, and will be available to Contractors, on deposit ol Ten Dollars (110-00) which will be refunded when Plans and SpeclftcaMwis are returned complete and In good crder, no! lafcr !han fourteen (U> days al1nr closing date of tenders, otherwise the deposit shall te forfeit. Each tedder must be accompanied by A Certified Cheque for Ihe amount of nol less than 10% ol the Tender or a Bid Bond lln tho amount of rA fhe Tender. Cerlilied Cheques are lo made !o Cctitlnenta Inns Ltd. The successful Tenderer will be required lo provide a Cerlilied Cheque for o) Contract n Plan LETH- "A" South. AVE. So. repre AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT B cnpy of Ihe prcpowd By-law ma Inspected at the office of the Cily Clerk in the City Hall dCTlng the norma AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person who wishes to maK concerning Ihe proposed By-law shall tirst file a written ju wit h1h eCUy Clerk net later than 2 o'clock In Ihe afternoon c Wednesday, Ihe 1st day of November. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT such persons as file such writN submission may appear st Ihe Public Hearing lo representations and answer question! at Clly Council concerning their submissions, but to the condition that oral representation In support of A brief be limited Ihlrly minutes end one rcfcujlfl! period of no more thah ten minutes. DATED ft! the City of Letnbridge this IBth day of October, 1973. John Gerla AT the proposed By-lav. 3079 witl mend Ihe Zoning By-law as lollows: SCHEDULE ONE. the Land Use asses Schedule Is amended by rjelct- the lollowlno uses which are tfe- as Permissible- or CondHlc-n- !y Permissible developments in Com- erclal loned areas, namely: 0} Junk yards (hi aulo wrecking (c) scrap metal recovery id by Inserting therefor the following. imely: B) Junk yards fa) storage and processing ot scrap metal una" ofher wasle" materials, (b) niechamted aulo hulk pro- cessing plant municipal vehicle pound SCHEDULE TWO, 1he Zoning Sche- me, is amended by adding 1o Clause Uses Ireely and conditionally per- ssible in 7one IND. 3 INDUS- IY (Special) under the heading CONDITIONALLY PERMISSIBLE" words: 'Junk yards SCHEDULE THREE, Ihe Industrial id Commercial Performance Stand- rds Schedule Is emended by rcnum- erjhg Section 5 as Section 5, clause i) and by adding the following new ettion 5, clause namely: "S. (b) No oytdocr auto wrecking yards shall be permuted except In the case where Ihe area is used as a municipal vehicle pound or e-s an approved holding site developed in conluncljon with an approved me- chaniied processing plant for auto hulks." AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE 'HAT fi copy of Ihe proposed By-lav nay be inspected at 1he otflce of thi Cily Clerk in th? City HaM during th ormal office hours. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any per; _ epresentation concerning the proposed By.Iaw shall first file ti written sub- mission with the Cily Clerk not later .._.. o'clock In the afternoon on Wednesday, the 1st day of Novernbe. 1972. H1RONAKA. Tuesday, Oc- tober 17, 1972, Akira aged 55 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Yasuko Hlronaka of Rosemary, AJta. Also surviving arc two sons, Timothy and Nor- ris of Edmonton; one daughter, Shelley of Rosemary and one grandson; his mother Mrs. Tsuki Hironaka, Raymond; five brothers, Tucker and James of Raymond, Dr. Robert Hironaka, Lethbridge, Mar- shall and Arthur of Calgary; two sisters, Mrs. Yosh Senda, Lelhbridge, Mrs. Akira Masu- da, Calgary, Born in Raymond, he owned and operated the Ralph Eros. Transport Co. of Raymond, moving to Rose- mary in 1950, where he has farmed since. Services will be held at the Latter day Saints Church, Rosemary on Thurs- day, p.m., Bishop Roland Eastman officiating. Interment will- follow in the Raymond Cemetery. SMITH FUNERAL HOME, Brooks, Service. Directors of 56CA TIFFIN Richard, beloved husband of Mary Tif fin of Cole- man, passed away in Oowsnest Pass General AND FURTHER THAT such TAKE NOTICE pital on Monday, October L972, at age 70 years. in Cumberland, the Hos- 16, He was England ich pcrs nlssion file such appear at Public Hearing to make rtpresenla- Jionj and to answer questions at City Council their submissions. but subl'ct to the condition Ihsl oral representation Fn support of a brief limited to thirty but la I period of DATED at the Clly of Lett- Ihls 1B1h day of Oclober, 1972. John Gerla City Clerk PUBLIC NOTICE ENERGY RESOURCES C ONSERVATION BOARD HYDRO AN D ELECTRIC TABER PROVINCIAL PARK AREA AHllcVton No. Mil HOT ICE TAKE NOTICE thaf. unless by fl person having a fide Interest on October 27, 1901. He came to Coleman in 1919 and has re- sided there since. He married Mary Machin in Coleman ir September 1926. He was em- ployed in the McGillvray Mines until his retirement in 1955. He was a life member of the Cole- man Elks Lodge. He was pre- deceased by one sister Evelyn in England" in 19fi8. Besides hi wife, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Leroy (liar jorie) Schultz of Coleman; one son Richard Jr. of Calgary three grandchildren; two broth ers and one sister in Englanc Funeral services were held i ?antin's Coleman Chapel on Wednesday, October 18 (to- with Kev. Charles 1 Gale officiating. Cremation fo lowed in Calgary. In lieu o flowers, donations will be gratefully accepted Cor the Dr. Emil Aiello Memorial Fund, care of the Crowsnesl Pass General Hospital, Ealirmore. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., charge. D'AGNONE Passed away in the city on Tuesday, October 17, 1972, following a lengthy Ill- ness, Mr. Nicola (Nick) D'Ag- none at the age of 80 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary D'Agnone of 1501 10th Avenue S Born, raised and educated in Italy, the late Mr. D'Agnone came to Canada in 1912 and settled first in Fort McLeod. In 1S2B he returned to Italy for a holiday and remained there un- til 1930. At this time he return- ed to Canada and bought a farm in Heady made District which he worked until his re- tirement to Leihbridgc in 1954. Besides Ms loving wife he is survived be one son, Mr. John D'Agnone of Wrentham; nine grandchildren and 23 great- grandchildren. Prayers will be said on Thursday at 8 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. Re- quiem Til ass will be celebrated on Friday at 11 a.m. in Assump- tion Catholic Church, with Rev. Father R. O'Laughlin cele- brant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL HAPEL, 703 13th St. N. phone 28-2361. MARTIN BROS. ETD. jirectors of the Funeral Ser- vice. C49K BEASLEY Passed avraj uddenly at the residence on Monday, October 16, 1972, Mrs. Anna Mae Beasley at the age of 83 years, of 423 12th St. A. South, beloved wife of the late j October 30, 1972, an application by Calt under sections 9 and The riropc'.ed vith Ihe undersigned ry Power Ltd. for a 1 of The Hydro end 'of the electric Irani In the matter Is filed on of _ nd with Ihe applicant ar Its address set out below, Ihe Board may Brant permit lo construct and a licence fo operate an electric transmission line Electric Energy Act, being chapter ol the statutes of Alberta, 1971. mission line will r.e as indicated on the map. C4963 THURS., SAT. OCT. 19-20-21 FABRIC RIOT PKGPOSED ROUTE OF CA..GAR1 (ON 50' RIGHT OF WAY) PG.VER LTD ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION LINES. Copiei ol tha application and Information rnd particulars filed In support thereof may be obtained by Interested persons frcm tlw applicant, Calgary Fewer Ltd., 110 13 S.W., P.O. Box Calgary, Alberla, TIP 2M1. DATED Calgary, Alberta, on October 13, 1973 ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD N. A, Macleod, Board Solicitor W.1 A Awenue S.W. Ctlgary. Alberta T2P 011 FOHSYTII John J., passed away in Cardston on Monday, October 16th, 1972 at the age of 90 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Jennie Forsyth of Card- ston. Mr. Forsyth was born in Loa, Wayne County, Utah on November 29th, 1881. He came to Canada to Magrath in 1904, where he farmed. In April, 1923, he moved to Cardston, where he has continued lo reside until Hie time of his passing. Besides his loving wife, Jennie, he is sur- vived by four sons, D. R. and Charles of Spokane, Wash., Woodrow of Calgary and Lavar of Red Deer; five daughters, Mrs. Elmer (Ava) Jensen ol Barnwcll, Mrs. Travers (Belle) Smilh of Cardston, Mrs. Wayne (Mar) Draper of Hillspring, Rliea Forsylh of Raymond and Mrs. Glen (Donna) Purneil of Edmonton; 45 grandchildren, 39 great-grandchildren, two broth- ers, Neil of Cardston and Frank of California. He was prede- ceased by one son, Donald in 1963. Funeral services will be held In the Alberta Stake Chap- el in Cardston, on Thursday, October I9lh at 2 p.m., with Bishop Brycc Gaboon officiat- ing. Interment will follow in Ihe r.-.ruslon cemetery. Friends may meet ths family and pay their respects 1 p.m. prior to Ihe service ii the Relief So- ciety Tl o o m of the church. CHR1STENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4964 Mr. Albert M. Beasley. Born, raised and educated in Kansas, the late Mrs. Beasley came to Lethbridge in 1906 and has con- tinued to reside here until her She was a Charter Member of St. Patrick's C.W.L. Survivors include one son, Mr, Chesney W. Beasley, London, England; one daughter, Miss Bernice Beasley at home: one granddaughter, Mrs. G ryn) Tanner of Quesnel, B.C. and by one sister, Mrs. N. (Inez) Nietcrding ol Marys- ville. Kansas. She was prede- ceased by one sister and one brother. Prayers will be said on Thursday at 8 p.m. in JIar- tin B r o s. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S. Requiem Mass will be celebrat- ed on Friday at a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father M. Gillis O.M.I, celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary sec- lion, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay Uwir respecls at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S. phone MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. C49CG CARDS OF THANKS TACKABERRY A sincere thank you to the doctors, nurses, and staff frr the won- derful care I received in St. Michael's Hospital during my recent illness, Many thanks cards, j cnmc j lo visit me which was all much also to those who sent flowers, gifts and appreciated. Ann Tackabcrry 561 I.OWKN We wish lo con- vey our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks lo all our friends, ncighlxvrs and rela- tives for nil their kindnesses, flowers and cards of sympathy extended to us during the re- i cent passing of our loved (Mr. Jacob J. Special lhanks lo Mrs. Abe Nikklc. Lowen and family .MORE CARDS OF THANKS ON PAGE 30. 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