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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta tejrtembtr 18, n iHl 'A ,i nc-rau, f v lemoriai 16 IN MEMOP AMS LFHTO In lov; 'g HEUALB 39 1 POULTRY AND BUSINESS CaroL Uf k BIRTH POCZA Mr. and Mrs. P.oy Pocza announce the arrival of Jason Andrew on Tuesday, August 24, 1971 (V Ibs. 10 ozs.) Insured. 596 JkanM, DEAD Actreso Bvlla was found dead in her Monls Carlo npartmenl FrlrlRy Police snlrl she suicide n ago. DUNG MILK FED CHICKENS 50 each or flvi (or slo. Supply mlled. Oil Wrs. Hurkol, 7U-MI. ogrslh. AND WOMEN FOR A NEW Carwr _ Travel If you so desire. Phone 337-3191, roftm 215, MO a.m. and M p.m. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS N THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALDbRTA DISTRICT OR LETHSR1DGE n ttie mailer ot ine Estate of SARAH EVANS DAY, who died on or about the Ulh day of February A.D., 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estale of the above named must file with 1he undersigned solicitors by the day of October A D 1971 a full statement of their claims and of securities hald by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY BAINE5 3u9 Canada Trust Building Lelhbridge, AlLprta Solicitors fnr ihe executor IVAN LESTER DAY, SALE Take notice that by virtue of a seizure made by Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce naalnsl .'ohn Schwartz, 1 shall sell the following qoacls; 1967 Chevrolcl Impala Serial No. In accordance with the Provisions cf The Seizures Ad. On the 29th day of Seplemljer 1971 fll Residence of Vernoo Decoux, Blair-more, Alberts at the hour of p.m. Sheriff's office September 3, 1971 D. G. Cressmnn, Sheriff Judicial District ol EAVY ROASTING CHICKENS, PAN eady. Mens 36c per Ib., rcjnslers Jc per Ib. Also Irlers. Free dellvsry. AW, Co.lfJ.1. SEAT RESTAURANT IN jood location. Selling (or health reasons Interested party write Box Herald. 2 PETS AND COMPANY Wanted Small trucking NE YEAR OLD GREYHOUND. Phone 3JH-3B09. cuphs of authorities, list of equipment, and asking price. All 'epllei confidential. Write box 41, Herald. h MONTH OLD BLACK POODLE up. Partly trained. Phone EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING BUSINESS For sale In Southern Alberta, incentive Area. Opportunity for larpe expan-E on In newly developed and proven Bex Herald. 7EE TWO FEMALE PUPPIES; ne male for Si. Phone 3JB-H01. Anply !0 12lh SI. C N TO CREDITORS AND OA.IMANTS H THE ESTATE OF NIKOLAUS SALER, late of the Town of Coaldnle, n Ihe Province of Alberla. whn died on Ihe 81h dnv of July, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-pg claims upon the Estate of the above named must file wllh fhe under-men-fioned by the day ol Octoher A.D. 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them, F. T. BYRNE P. O. Box 776. No. Third Avenue South, Lethhrldge, Alberla Solicitor for Executors city on Wednesday, 'September 15, following a brief illness, Mr. Reginald (Reg) Myers, at the age of 63 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Kitty Myers of 965 llth Street S. Born in Clieshire, England, the late Mr. Myers came to Lethbridge in May, 1921. For 26 years he was a traveller for iilson Wholesale and operated Arctic Service Elation for nine 'ears. For the past five years le has been with Ihe Lelli-bridge Research Station. He was a Past District Depuly of OOF and a member for 41 ears; one of the first presidents if the Fleetwood Home and School; Past President o f ACT and was an active curler and fisherman. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. K. (Do-reen) Simpson, Calgary, Mrs. B. (Mar-ley) Nvrose, and Mrs. D. (Pal) McKenzie both of Lethbridge; eight grandchildren; tlrree brothers, William, Canimo, Eric, Lelhbridge and Hoy, Vancouver. The a dear frienrt Ml lied passed away U, 1970. A silent thougW a secrtt tear Keeps her memo y ever dea missed nnd alwav remembered r larv, Sa'' and family. LEIITO In 1( i'ing memor of a dear mcthe' and mother, Mildred, who away September 19, 1970. One sad and le icly year I past, But still we remember by Ger Pam and ctikiren. 5t LEIITO my molhi. who psssed September 1 1970 Oh the bloon. of a flower 1 remembel And a smile ih.-U never mov see, Tho you're ar away rcstir in heave Dearest nio'her, you are ways wth me. Karren, I.rien, Tracy ai Trent. OUR TWO MONiH oto, HALF eralnn klllens, to be given away, hone 3J7-7BH. WELL-KEPT LICENCED residence, near civic centre, accom-moddtinq ten paying guests. Excellent opportunity (or rioht party. Priced to sell. Phono 3286159 or EGISTEREO BLACK LABRADOR or sale, seven monlhs. Phone after 6 pm... OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS Order No. 70M4D1-D16 Grsvclllnq Aoproxlmately 36.5 mllss of exlsllng Reserve road. Blood Indian Reserve, Blood 'Peigan DIslrlct, Index No. Alberta 521 Sealed Tenders, marked as to contfnt, addressed to Regional Engineer, De-pa rim en 1 of Indian Affairs and Northern Developmenl, 27lh Floor, C.N. Tower, Edmonton 15, Alberta, will be received up lo: p.m. fM.S.T.) Oclober 5, 1971. Tender documents can Obtained by General Contraclors only on deposit of 525.00 In the form of a certified cheque payable to the Receiver Genera of Canada, from Regional Engineer, Depl. Indian Affairs nnd Northern D-velopment, 27th Floor, C.N. Tower, Edmonton IS, Alia., and District Suosr-vlsor. Blood Dislricl, Dept. Indian Affairs and Norlhern Development ?06 Federal Bldg., Lethbridpe, A berla. Examined: Calgary Conslruclicn Associatlcn, 25JO 51h Avenue H. W.. Calgary. Lethbridge Conslruclion Association, 1321 3rd Avenue S., Lethbridge. Lowest or any lender not necessarily accepled. j L. R. Clark, P. Eng., 1 Regional Engineer. McCUAIG Passed away at lis residence in Coults, Mr. Earl McCuaig, at the age of 70 years. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7499 KUL1SKA Passed away in Picture Butte on Friday, September 17, 1971, following an illness of several months, Mrs. Elizabeth Kuh'ska, at Ills age of 76 years, beloved wife of Mr. Steve Kuliska of Turin. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. DALMATIONS urebreJ puppies, six weeks. 117-3230, kift. AND INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT DEALERSHIP FOR SALE Prime Okcmagon location. annual sales. Contact Box 523, Penticlon, B.C. EGISTERED MINIATURE AMERI-an Eskimo pups. Phons VAIJTED _ REGISTFRED SILVER oy poodle at stud. Phone urdell EGISTERED ST. BERNARD FOR ale. Markinqs.of good showman. 5j4-019, For! Macleod. FOR BARLEY AND OATS Tenders are Invited for Ihe supoly and delivery of feed grains to Ihe Research Stiiislallon at Orefo'ir (Mnny-berrle', 6.0M bushels No. 1 feed herley and bushels No. 1 oats. Tenders on bushels and over will be considered. nre re-ouired. will drF" al 12 noon Thursday, Ecntember 30, 1971. For further Information and Quotation request forms tonlacl: C. G. Schoenlng, Assistant Administrative Canada Agriculture Research Slatlon, Lelh-brldce, Alberta. Phone Tuesday ClOAJDALE (HNS) A craft-day bl ti tor the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society will b( conducted by the Goodwill Club of Ihe Coaldale Mec-nonile C'r.urch Tuesday, Sept, 21. The businesses will be ed during the afternoon. The door-lo-door canvass tt the hc.mes will be conduct ii the e1 ening beginning about p.m. .md expected to be completed bv 9 p.m. Mrs. Herman (Sharon; Neu-feld i; Ihe chairman. EGISTERED 15 MONTH OLD FE-nalfi Brlllany SpanM (pointer and ilriwerl. Call 345-4508 or BASED SALES CO, With contacls In three prairie provinces. 1971 aales will be en excess of S3SO.OCO. Present owner Involved In other business but will offer assistance for reasonable time In Introducing contacts and cllenls. ONLY INTERESTED PERSONS ABLE TO LEAD FUTURE GROWTH AND WILLING TO INVEST NEED APPLY TO: BOX 62, HERALD 1901 WO TOY WHITE POODLES rd lemal-, seven weeks old. Both reg-siereil. Phone- Blalrmore, WO BEAUTIFUL FEMALE SIA-nese klilens for sale, S15 each. Also ressmaker sewing machine, S45. hone iEGISTERED GERMAN SHORT-alr Pointer pups Some solid liver o or Bred lor hunllnq. Phone Calgary 71-9529. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In Ihe Ealate of GRACE BERE7-NICKI, late of the City of Lelhhridge, In the Province of Alberts, Married Woman, who died on the 13lh doy of August, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE thai all persons having claims upon Ihe esla'e of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by ihe 19lh day of Oclober, A.D. 1971, D full slalemenl ol their claims and of securilles held by them. MOSCOVICH, MOSCOVICH, SPANOS MATISZ 1 Oliver Block Lelhbridge, Alberta. (Solicitors lor Ihe IATHING, CLIPPING, GROOMING oodles and other breeds. LETHBRIDGE POOCH AND POODLE PARLOUR 327-8779 Passed away suddenly in Morris, Manitoba, Mr. Kenneth William Koehler, at the age of 22 years, ot Winnipeg, (formerly of The late Mr. Koehler is survived bv his mother, Mrs. 1 s a belle Ko'ehler, Lethbridge; too sisters, Miss Elaine Koehler, Lelhbridge, Mrs. S. (Glo-r i a) Hildebrand, Claresholm and two brothers, Donald, Claresholm and Wayne, Lethbridge. The funeral service will he held al p.m. on Monday September 20, in Martin Bros., TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. phone 328-2361, (Courtesy parking at the rear of the with Pastor W. F. Schoepp officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7483 REYNOLDS Passed September 18, at p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican ;iiurcli. with Rev. R. L. Cris-ield officiating. Interment will ollow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN TO TENDER UNITED IRRIGATION DISTRICT Sealed Tenders for the consirucllon of three concrete drop structures, Ihree pipe and concrete turnout struc-lures and related earlhwork and olher work will be received at the offlcd of the United Irrigation District up to p.m. local Glen wood time, September 29, 1971. The work includes al labour, material, equipment and BS-socialcd Hems required lo conslruct the 6 slructures. Copies of the Drawings and Specitl-cBtions may be obtained from the office of the United Irrigation District, Glenwood, Alberta on or after September 21, 1771, upon deposit of 125.00 In cheque, made payable lo the Board ot Directors, Unlled Irrigation Dislricl. Tenders must be accompanied by: A As Tender Deposil, security In B minimum amount of 10T0 of the Tender In Ihe form cf a Certified Cheque drawn on a Canadian Bank, or a Bid Bond, made payable to the Board of D rectors. D. Consent of Surety Form, giving consent of the Surety Company to LOANS MORTGAGE FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EAS'. TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 366-6011; RESIDENCE Z5Z-6B43, ANYTIME. evening Pir.CHER CREEK (Special) Napi Friendsliip las arranged to ho'd a social i-vening on the Peijan He-serve, aptly litied the "The of Fei-gan children attending school in Piicher Creek are urged to take this opportunity io meet their children's teachors. De-signel as one of their rfuca-liona Project ABC Sc.'ics, the Napi Association will hold the sociai eveniiif! to the Brocket Kindergarten basement on Wednesday, September S> at S D.m. 2A FUR BEARING Directors of Funeral Service, of Valentine pi enstein, who passed away t tember 18, 1969. I sat ide yuur bedside, my he irl was crushed and sore, I saw yn slowly sinking, but knev 1 could do no him, Lord, in gard a of rest, For on 1 lis earth he wa? of e best. Though, 'al for others, Vind and true, He sufi ired in silence when no '.ne knew. Evei remembered and FOR SALE raised Caqes, ell equipment. Heallh, pason For "selling. Box 535 or phone 27-3511, Plncher Creek. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 CollHe Mall. Phone 338-3331 The widest facility available. We eon-s der ALL TYPES o( mortgage Friday, September 17. 1971, aged 4G years, beloved wife of Mr. Louis Schumers of 316 Capri Avenue N.W., Calgary. Born in Raymond, she resided there moving to Calgary in 1958. Besides her husband, she is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Wilfred (Christine) Sparkes, Claresholm, Patricia at home, Shirley at Ricks College, Rexburg, Idaho; four brothers, Bryant '3 BUSINESS FHEATHE AT FOREMOST. SJO.OOO roperly for only N. Wolfe, Oil 34111 SI. S., Lelhbridge. loans available on farms, Homes, fiolels, motels, commercial buildings and industrial properties located anywhere In Albedo. Fasl, cordial, confidential service, al competitive rates. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7ln St. S. Phone In Nutshell GUERRILLAS GIVE UP BANGKOK (Renter) About 100 guerrillas in northern Thailand have surrendered lo the army after three years of harassing workers trying to huild a road through their opium-poppy MOTEL 0 Unit Molel Sylvan Lake. Year cund revenue wilh exceilenl poten-lal Four bedroom SUMS for manger Full price wilh terms. W.L.S. Call now. Jotterill McKee Anderson Lid. 100! ROSS STREET. RED DEER. Phone 3ifi-6655, evenings U7-SfiBI 592-1 Bond and, if required, a Labour and Materials Bond, each In the amount of of the contract, and In the form prescribed by these Documents. The lowest or any lender will not necessarily be accepled, the Board reserving the rlghl to reject any or all tenders. The Board or The United Irrigation District, Glenwood, Alberta. Dr. Maurice Heninger, Idaho Falls, Idaho, Mark Heninger, Calgary and Dr. Richard Heninger, Provo, Utah and two sisters, Mrs. Joe (Lou-ine) Brammer, California and Mrs. Max (Bernice) Blackham, Nevada. Services al the Calgary North Stake Centre of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Trpton Road and Touchwood Drive N.W., Calgary on Tuesday at p.m., Bishop Robert H. Olsen of the Calgary Third Ward officiating. Interment, Rocky View Garden of Peace. Calgary. The Garden Chapel (FOSTER FUNERAL 540 16th Avenue K.W., Calgary, Directors. rr' sed by Ids loving wife FraT es. 341 LEir.'1 In loving memory of my wife Mildred Amelia, who pL away September 19, 1970. One .'ong lonely year has rssed Sino our great sorrow fell, The bock that I received lhal No '-IK can ever tell. It t oke my heart to lose you But fou did not go alone, Foi jart of me went with you Th day God called you ionic. yavs remembered by her i sband Harold. DO POINTING PRIVATE OR commercial. Phone 3ZB-6543. 'Killed EI'MONTON (CF) Jolill Lanl 48, of EJmonto i was kill ed ITiday night wtu-n the csr in which he was a passenger a concrete aiutment on HI i-verpass. Prliee charged the the car. 18-year-old Garry of Edmonton, wilJl driving. WESTBANK 323 Sth St. S. Phone 318-IOW RETIRE IN ID YEARS Olllce building on 3rd Ave. S. Low down pay Terms for 10 years. i Two slorey building, 22, was sentenced here lo 20 months afler he pleaded guilty _____ rinn KILLS is BELGRADE toll rose to 15 Saturday after a shipyard fire in the n o r t h era Yugoslav Adriatic port of Rijeka Friday. The management of the Third o May shipyard said 15 charred bodies, all construction workers, were found. The fire whicli swept a newly built cargo ship broke out as finishing touches were being put to the SALE OF FARM PROPERTY ESTATE OF LARS FRED JOHNSON, DECEASED The following properly is offered for sale by lender, subject to Ihe restrictions In fho existing CertlflcBtft of Ti-S'A or 2 and SEVi ct 3 all In Twp. 14 Rue. 27 W4M conlalnina logeth-er acres more or less, EXCEPTING thereout all Mines and Minerals. Possession ot Ihe properly avail-it ble on 1st April, 1972-Tendera in sealed envelopes marked of Lara Fred Johnson" must- he in the hsnds of Robert G Roddlc Barrister and Solicitor, Box 100, Nanlon, Alberta, by noon Friday, 1st October 1971. The hlnhest or any tender not nee arrsolefl. For further informftllon conlec Rolierl G. Rcdilir, Bflrrlslcr and Snl Icllor, Nanlon, AiLierle. or .jrencide HANGKOK Two 331 market irdeners weK 'led when UK sleppcrf on an i Knd ;.o ly big on an shooting imge in norlh-i 'Chiang S" province, eportcd Salur- RE: ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 1 he following applications for development permits have bepn approved tlr1 Municipal Planninn Commission i en Scplcmber lilti, 1971: i 71 663 B and H Homes to build B 1(