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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Frlrlny 197i _ THE IETHBRIDCE HERAID 65 LOST AND FOUND AND SUPPLIES n NOTICES NOTICE NOTICES NOTICES LOST OILBERT PATERSON AREA m Fair rnrwlh back, fcmae col. w chest ol vMt. TWO ADULT RABBITS Vlsck, vrtillt. 3JIHJOT belwcen ro 3 p.m. SAL E OR RENT POOL K m ami coflee shcp ot Foremen, one 5452362- TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS THE SURROGATI: COURT OF OUTHFRfJ ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIPCif-rne .nailer ol the Estate cf Ida Ct.nrod, lale o! Hie Town of Taber thp Province cf Alter ta, 'Widow, a died on the 171 h day of June, D. 1972. KE NOTICE that all persons hav-ctaims upon the Esrale. of ove named musl tile with the urt-rs solicitors en or the h dav of November, A.D. a t slatcmcnt cf their claims and of ciirilles held by them. PETERSON PURVIS Su fe 1, 371A Soulfi Lethbfldge, Alberta Sot eitofi lor tne TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS N THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTKFRN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETH BRIDGE n Ihe Estate cf HAMS WORDLUND. ale, cf the City ol in 1H" ?rov nee of AlMrfa, who died on trie it dav cf April, 1772. TAKE NOTICE thai all persons riav-ng clalrr.i upon the eslale o1 the ai-ovc .arncd muil lile the undcrittired >y 1he 101 h day cf November, a full ilatemcnt cf thslr claims and tl Four and. Three One Hundredlhs [J.03) acres more or leis under P an of Subdivision shown reg s-tered as Plan LETHBRIDGE J.K. EXCEPTING thweout all mines and rriirierals. SECONDLY l-ot Four (J> n Dlxk One (1) on Plan LETH-DRIDGF 63B3 J.K., containing lour and Twenty Seven One Hundredth? acres more or loss, EXCEPTING thereout Tv.o and Twenty Seven One Hundredlhs FOR HAY lenses Invlled for the supply Ar d Ltiivery of approximately 150 tons kn hay, light (.ross mix f approximate- fa AitaHa) to Canada Agrl- bo Mure Research Station, _ or TcrrJe'rs will close Monday, Octotef er. m, a full statcnwnt of their r lalms ar.d cf securities held by them, r DAVIDSON S. WILLIAMS f Barristers and SolkMors 1 Letrilxidge. Alberla Solicitors for Ihe Executors s Ow ALCOHOUCS ANONYMOUS LOANS FOR RESIDENTIAL URBAN -OR RURAL FROPHRTY V Phone 317.804? or 31MM6. D ullcr a.m. PUPS PUREBRED glllored. For hornes PhcnE 7.5057 554 Cambridge St., twPRY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER. 5 vice Dance groupl lor all occas- _ Weddings, clubs, elc. Phone 373- L 2S47' 3334-lf SHOW, 'sat-rday al p.m., Cenlre Vlljjac F Al 1. Appllcallon forms in Frriav llh s Herald .or wrll. OF or Second fAcrlgage Funds- Avail- K For: Buying Property Selllnq Properly Debt CofisolidaUon TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In Ihe Estafe of SAMUEL LORNE LAIR, late of Picture Butte, In rovlncc if Alberts, who died on Ihe ?th day cf June, A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE lhat all persons hav-ng claims upon the estate of the above amed must lile with the undersigned V the SOih day of November, full statement of their claims and securities held by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 301 Canada Trust Building lethbrtrfgc. Alberta Solicitors for the Execute" ALBERTA LONELY GENT OVER HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be iy the undersigned up 1o 11 o'clock am. on Thursday, November a, or Ihe cor.strudion of the following >ro eel S. cf Stony Indian 'erve to Kananaikii Ranger Station Mile 345 to REPTILES ARE IN Mrkan Chamelow, Geckos. SklnW. ouanas and mflnv mwe. We have a Y 317-Bth Sr. S- Open unlll 8 p.m. Thursdays und Fridays. Offer: Low Rates E to 20 Years lo Repay perionalUed Service in the Prl- 2 vacy of Your Own Home Life Insurance Coverage 1 Fast Approvals Your Mortgage -Close Mortgage for Indefinite FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS TAMILY GROUP WRITE ENQUIRIES ratlE OF PO. BOX 861, LETH-BRIDGE. ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, JEAN, EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER-vice DANCE CROUPS. AVAILABLE S? ijtTw BUSINESS and Olher Approxtmate Quantities 2 004 000 Cubic Yards Excavation Cubic Yards of Gravet Cubic Yard Miles of SALE By virtue of a made by ms 1 am dlering for sale In accordance with the provisicns ol the Seizure Act: One Ccnesloga Motor Home en GiViC Chassis, Serial Ho. verv mileage, aulomatic trans-misslDn and radio. Equipped with propane stove and furnace, fridge, double beds, insulated, and snag carpet. The Motor may DC (nspeciea at Corseslcga Motor HomeSj 1502-2 Avenue Soyth, Tenders muit be submllled to tne Sheriff Court House, Lelrtcridge, in a sealed envelope marked Tenders close at p.m. November 1, 1972. A. A. Glknrlst Sherif. PHONE 338-IB67. EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP for rent. Good locallon. Phone i 3183 or 65J-37Wi Cardston. woo- Realty Limiled A fAember o1 The Traders Group of at office of ths Chief Ccn-itrucl'ian Enginetr, DL Edmonton, Alta the oHice cf the District Engineer, 1707 Sixlh Slrcel N.W., Ca gary, Alfcerta> and the office of the 3is1rlct Engineer, Administration ng, Lethbrldge, and will bo available only to Individuals registered end operating In the Province of or to parlnershJps or corporation! registered end operallng In and who have established a fixed place of business In the Province of Alberla. A deposit cf Twenty-Five Dollars payable 1o the Provincial Treasurer, witl be required for each copy of the Contract and Spsciflcatlcms la'Kcn. Profiles will be supplied at no cost to prospective Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equa 1o lOTp of Tender. Tenders will be opened In public. Ths Ifrtveit or any Tender net necessarily accepted. V. E. Minister of Highways Bnrf Transporl, COMPLETE HOROSCOPE The lulure Is our business. Are VOU lacing dlflkull Poor heallh? Money or lob trourjin th th day of September, 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav g claims upon the estate of the abov med mutt lile with the uridenlgne the 2'Jlh day of November, 197 a full slalement of their claims an of securities held by 1hem. DAVIDSON Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Le1h bridge. Alberta Solicitors fw the Execulrlx Subdivision shown registered as Finn LETHBRIOGE 67S6 J.K. EXCEPTING 1hereou1 all mines and THIRDLY Lot One'1) in Block Four (4) on Plan LETHBRIDGE J.K., containing. One and Ninety Four One Hundredfhs (t.Vi) acres more or less, EXCEPTING thereout mines and minerals. FOURTHLY Lot Four (4) in Block Two on Plan LETHBRIDGE 47ES J.K., containing One and One One Hundredths a person v.ho Is liatle for payment of a mobile unit license. Five per cent (5 1 of trx proprietary electors may by petition request a vote on a money by-law under the provisions of Sccllcri 311 and 7 of The Municipal 'Government Act. The petition must be received by Ihe municipal secretary vjilhin 15 days of the lash publication of this Hoi Ice and stiall contain on each page an accurate and Identical statement of lha jirrpose and objectives cf 1he petition. 2 Each signature to the petition shall te witnessed by an adult person who shall take en affidavit that to test of his behalf !he persons whose s gnatures he has witnessed are qualified to vote at a general election. 3- There shall be set out opposltt each signature on 1tv? pel it ion (a) the leaal description of Ihe property or other qualifications en tilling that person to be a proprfelary eleclor, (b) the postal address ot trie (c) the occupation of Ihi t, A corporation or a religious or-ganlialion cr an estate of which ap-rcll as conctiltonBl owner or purrhascr ol land that is net exempt fro.-n may In writing authorize a resident representative 1o B petition on bthaH of the poratinn or religious organlration or an eitdle-5. The petition shsll be filed with y the municipal secretary wha shall, in f accordance wilh the Act. compute the number cf petitioner that have signed the petition and determine tha suffl-, ciency thereof. v i. Every perilton shaii have attached V to It a signed stalement cf a person 1- whose name appears upon the pell-e tion, slating That he represents th; r- petilioners and he Is 1ht> person d JQ whom ihe municipality may 01-a rect any enquiries with regard to lha No name shall be removed from "d Ihe petition afler It has been received by the municipal secretary. c' B. The dale cf the last publication Dr of this Notice Is October 30th, T973. NOTE: IF on receipt of a valid and sl sufficient p-tilion the Council decMes d' no! to proceed with the bylaw, a vota ot the proprietary electars ncc-d not 1tJ be held, John Gerls ti CITY CLERK AUTOMOBILE AND machinery agency lor sale. Good op portuntty. Owner rel-iring. Three lo agencies and large premises In gocxt south centra! Alberra qualified landscape designer. Prun In a end tree removal, free estimates Phcr.e 323-7S72. PROVINCF STEINER CEMENT WOR eld fcasemfnrs dirg, proofing- 1 sured. Ires estimales, Phone 327-83B DEPARTMENT TREES AND MOVING Available now Blue Spruce, Whi Spruce and Green Ash, up lo 15 1 tall Our specialty moving and tran planting cf larger trees. all A p.m. SCHWARTZ r AGENCIES (1972) femiHiJ HIGHWAYS AND VJillfiV TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be receive by the undersigned up !o 11 o'cloc AM. Standard Time en Tuesday, oclo a her 1972 for Ihe toileting v-'ark CONSTRUCTION A STRUCTURA J STEEL GIRDER GRADE SEPARA 5 T ON TO CARRY 17lh STREET OVE e THE WEST fJOUHD LANE OH HIGt v VWY is "CLOVER BAR NO. Cont'racls and Specifications ma be obtained >t Iht Office ol the Chi 3f B dge Englnere, Highways Bui d n 0 Edmcotai, ol Ihe Dlstricl Er 9 Bridge Engineer, Highways Buildin Edmonton, office .of trie District F h Oliver, Hlgliways Building, Ca gar h and will available ony to irj 01 viduals domiciled nnii operating In ft Province of Alberta, or lo partne >n ships or registered n- operating and who tisve established lixed place of business In the Pro rd Ince of Alberta. A deposit of iwent Fly. 00) will be requlr In [or each copy ol Contract and spec! >y cations taken. Each bid must be a compared by a marked cheque bond equal to 10% d tender. Tende will be opened in public- The owe cr any tender not necessarily acceple V. E. McCune ,55 Deputy Minister of Highway! a Transport. REMODEL RUMPUS ROOM bMhrooms, fcilchens, cabinets and 1 ishing, linoleum and tile. Lou Scham proprietor, M3-2120. Friday evenings unt'il p.r Available now Evergreen Trees i" "Lisl the leader" d TOWN OF TAB E R Men's a. n Boys' wear. New slock fn new buildir with all nevj fixtures. Building can leased Contact Roy Cleland Et 3! 6335, BUILDING, C E f A E N work and stuccoing. Anderson a n Sorenson Conslruction, 7th Av S. Phone will be accepted tor from Calgary to Board Stores, as Tenderers must own and, 'or o tf unlfs w31h carga capaclly fcm shrubs. All plants guranteed. F r e delivery lo LethbridQC. ALL REPAIRS CARPENTFT rtafing specialiiing in chimneys, tr c 7 cement blocks, cement slu colng, fireplaces, hOL-ss raising. 32 C24i. Appcximate weight per annum. In Its, c( to te Iransrwrted as follows: ff FROM CALGARY 71 POULTRY AND HEAVY ROASTING HENS. SIX LB pan ready cents lb- Rcoslc eight tbs. pan ready 21 cents p Ib. Young fryers and roasters cents on dozen lots. Free delve Custom killing, H. Oyck, Coa da Phor.e 3JS-3324. PATIO driveways, garages, c n- Vulcan s- Picture Bulle Jo Lelhtridse 5- Tafcer if Vauxhall Island 75084 'yaw n musl t-5 received by p.m. Thursda ers be p.m. Friday, November Ed from Th- Alberta Liquor Control Boa t, P.O. Box 1360, Edmonton, Alterta TSJ UNIQUE FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY FIRST TIME AVAILABLE. finishing and term work, Free t timates. Guaranteed loii too small. Phone 316-0987 or 72 PETS AND CONSTRUCTION AND R PAIR, MISCELLANEOUS BUILOLN CEMENT WORK, ALL TYPES HAU ING. PHONE 377-5067, 338-39B3. 10 MMJc River Applications fcr this Infcrrmatio -If October U, REGISTERED 3Vj MONTHS POODL Phone 327-7554, SUBMARINE SANDWICH SHOf -23 LEARN TO fAAKE THEM KITTHNS TO GIVE AWAY TO PE matvnt homes. Phone, alter 6 p. 337-9263. VESTMENT AMD INVENTOR IDF At PARTY CATERING BU t-21 NESS AND SMALL TAKE-OUT PLEASE READ YOUR AD >T AdwerHsErs should read the'r 54 verHsemenls and REPORT ERRO In irme For Ihe next Herald is only responsible for the f .-21 Incorrect ]as1 day for receiving ten 1S72. Full parliculars may te ooiair id' Traffic Manager, Slacks Departmer RS he RFGISTFRED GOLDEN RETRI er puppifci, from champion sto ideal for hunting fain! y each. Phone S6J3771, Co em REPLY IN CONFIDENCE TO BE THE COFFEEMAN, P.O. BOX W STATION D, CALGARY, ALBER sa-5i _. _ ____ .M._ 1C ON PAGE 25 What is he doing wrong? Percy Jennings of Madison Avenue doesn't have a For Sale sign on his lawn. During the past week a lot pf people drove down his street looking for houses in the neighbourhood. But none of them called Percy's agent because they didn t know Percy's house was for sale. Percy doesn t know that many people check a neighbourhood over before they look at specific houses. So if you're serious about selling, ask for a lawn sign. It works. We know because ours does. Moreover, our sign is made with highly reflective material, so it's much more visible at night than an ordinary sign. Canada Trust Call Line Coward Sales Manager 622 Third Ave. S., 327-8581 Do it right! Monopoly charges remanded CALGARY (CP) -Two charges under the Combines In- vestigation Act against Canada Safeway Ltd. were remanded to Nov. 16 in provincial court Thursday. The company been charged with being party to a monopoly in the grocery busi- ness in Calgary Edmonton during the period 1965 to 1972. Defence counsel also re- served trial election and plea to the later dale. The foodstore chain, n subsid- iary of a California-based firm. Safeway Store Inc., was issued 3 summons Oct. 11. The charges were laid in Ed- monton and Calgary under a section of the act which deals with monopolies. CUPE opposes check off CALGARY (CP) The Ca- nadian Union of Public Employ- ees has advised its member employed by the city not to use the system of payroll deduc- tions "to give to the United Ap- peal. Ron Brown, president of Lo- cal 37, said the system is dis- criminatory in that part-time employees refuse to sign donation pledges could jeopar- dize their chances of perma- nent employment. ;