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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurdoy, September 25, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HMAID 21 BF- i2 Witmm m i BLAMES GOVERNMENT FO Erna Koffman, director of a dr says governments have made us ng youths to survive on the is a registered nurse who gives once to as many as 100 youths __________ House TF undecided OTTAWA (CP) MPs are still kicking around the problem vhether Commons 1 HANDOUTS TO YOUTH -jg crisis centre in Toronto, it easy for jobless drug-streets. Mrs. Koffman, 40, odvice and medical assist-a day. _________________ still issue hould be televised. The procedure committee, as-igned the task of making rec-mmendations on the subject to he Commons, has completed learings. But members say it :annot get down to the job of sriting a report. Even a committee recommen-Jation that CBC radio conduct an experiment in broadcasting some parliamentary proceedings was allowed to die without he Commons taking any action. The procedure committee ieard briefs from the CBC and CTV networks, went to Washington to see how proceedings of a Senate committee are televised and got some advice from United Nations technicians. But the committee has not called a meeting since the Commons reconvened Sept. 7. PUBLIC CHOICE A recent public opinion poll showed that 69 per cent of Canadians would like to see Parliament televised. Twenty-two per cent were opposed and nine per cent undecided. Generally speaking, MPs seem to be against any TV broadcasting of Commons proceedings. For one thing, they say they feel that televising of some of the tedious proceedings would turn off the public. But some MPs argue that TV broadcasts would force Parliament to streamline its other words, put on a snappy show that would appeal to the public day in and day out. Current procedures would be incomprehensible to the public, requiring a motion-by-motion commentator similar to play-by-play announcers for football and hockey games. FEAR EXPOSURE Some MPs admit frankly they are no great shakes as orators. TV would only emphasize their shortcomings, they say. Conversely, other MPs say TV would enjoin members to polish and shorten their speeches and put pithy instead of rambling questions. The problem is also political. Many opposition MPs say j they feel that the government, j which makes all the announcements and enunciates all policy, would have a big advantage in TV time and appeal. But some Liberals say they feel opposition MPs would catch all the play with their queries at the dailv question period. Nearly all MPs complain at one time or another that report-f ers in the Commons distort, inadvertently or otherwise, their words. Many say they fear that TV would lead to even more of this alleged distortion. 73 BUSINESS C OPPORTUNITIES NOTICES NOTICES C L 01 vy -BIRTH JENSEN Mr. and Mrs. ary Jensen of Taber wish to Jo nounce the arrival of their M osen daughter, Shari Alyson af risen. Born August 27, 1871, 4: sister for Kyk. J-vuiwatt, 1 1 "JhanL, Jn l KJ NOTICE TO TENDER N WESTERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT EJ led Tenders for the construction cf ju concrete drop structure, two con-fa creek structures, two pipe spiii- ing ys with concrete headwall, and re- na ed earth and nther work will be E0 elved at the office cf the Western A. qatlon District up to p.m. al Strathmnre time, October 8, 1. The work Includes all labour, lerlal, equipment and associated ms required to construct the struc-BE, except for such material to pi ed by 'he Board as herein TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS n tho Estate of CYRIL DAVID ANS, died on tue Uth day cl e, A.D 1971. A NOTICE that all persons S claims upon the Estale of the above S meS must nit wilh the undersigned citors by the Mlh day of October, D 1971 a full statement of their J. rrs and of securities held by them. VIRTUE and COMPANY, IDS McFarland Building, LETHBRIDGE, Alt-erta, Solicitors for tbe Executors. FORTY SEAT RESTAURANT IN quod location, selling, for health rea-Ions. Interested party write ?ox 39, Herald. SMALL INVESTMENT, LARGE RE-TURNS NEW PRODUCT IN CAN- ADA, SOLD SUCCESSFULLY IN BRITAIN FOR TEN YEARS, TO ALL FASHIONS OF INDUSTRY AND GOV- ERNMENT. WRITE BOX 67, HER- ALD. CHOW Funeral service for e Chow, who died at Calgary of onday, Sept. 20, 1971, at the ni e of 66 years, was held at te H) p.m. Tnursday in the Mar-i Bros. Traditional Chapel Ih Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott ficiating. Pallbearers were exter and Hoy Wong, Victor uan, Jack and On Chow and ouglas Dong. Interment was the Chinese section of Moun- in View Cemetery. Martin m ros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Si ;rvice, was in charge of tlis 1 rRAVNICEK In memory 1 a dear brother Jerry Trav- I ek, who passed away Sep- Tiber 25, 1946. i Treasured memories linger 1 on. 1 remembered by sister I Teresa. i EFROM In memory of a ar wife, mother, and grand-other Emma Efrom, who died -ptember 25, 1968. remembered by her husband Bruno and Holly, daughter Margaret and George and family. 929 EFROM In loving mem-ry of our dear mother, Emma from, who passed away 25, 1968. You are not forgotten, mother, Nor will you ever be; As long as life and memory lasts, We will always remember thee. remembered and sadly missed by Leda and Roy. 928 GROSS In loving memory a dear mother and grand-other, Justina Gross, who pass-d awav on September 25, 1964. Beautiful thoughts of one so dear, Treasured forever with love sincere. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept, We loved you too dearly to ever forget. remembered by Antoinette, Bob and family. SPACIOUS WELL-KEPT LICENCED residence, civic centre, Dccom- modatlng ten paying guests. .Excellent opporlunity for right party. Priced to sell. Phone 32B-JI5! or of the Drawlnas and Spedtica-is may be obtained from thp office the Western Irrigation District, allimore, Algeria T the office the Iqat on Capital Works Project DC-rtment o( the Environment, Room Administration Building, Leth-dae, Alberta on or after Seotember "1971 upon deposit nt in eque, made nayable to the Bnard of rectors. Western Irrigation District, nders must b" accompanied by: As Tender Deposit, security in a min mum amount of 107f of the Tender in the form of s Certified Cheque drawn on a Canadian Bank, or a Bid Bond, made payable to SALE ar ke notce that by virtue ot a Cl lure made by Canadian Imperial Jc nk cf Commerce aqalnst ohn iwarlz, 1 shall sell the following a ods; 1947 Chevrolet Impala Serial 16-16971124127 in accordance with Provisions of The Seizures the 29lh day ot September 1971 nt sidcnce of Vernon Decoux, Blair-ore, Alberla at the hour of p.m. sheriff's office September 3, 1971 D G. Cressman, snerin Judicia Dislric ol Macleod i-" Co FARM AND INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT DEALERSHIP fr' FOR SALE Fjf Prime Okanagan location. 27 annual sales. Con- tact Box 523, Penticton, B.C. 0 DEATHS D ir BROWN Passed away at ow Island on Thursday, Sep- B >mber 23, 1971, Fred, at the s ge of 82 years. Funeral ser- a ices will be conducted from umphries Funeral Chapel in aber on Monday, September f 7 at 3 p.m., with Rev. Paul c ortnem officiating. Interment 0 rill follow in Taber Memorial d xarden. Pallbearers are six t grandsons. HUMPHRIES FU-s'ERAL HOME LTD., Taber in Charge of Arrangements. l ij C7608 SURPLUS B PRINTING EQUIPMENT Vertical and horizontal Miehles, Poly, Kelly, Stonemetl, stitcher, wide range material. List available. Arrow Printing, 223 Avenue C South, Saskatoon, Sask. n of Surely Form, giving consent of the Surety Comnany to furnish, unon execution of the contract, a Performance Bond, and if required, a Labour and Materials Bond, each in the amount of of the contract, and in the form orescribed by these Documents. The owest or any tender will nol "cessarily be accepted, the Boarc serving the right to reject any or a 1 nders. Th" Board of Directors, The Western irrigation District, Stratnmore, Alberta. SCHOOL ELECTION ACT (SECTION 35) E NOTICE OF COMPLETION v OF LIST OF ELECTORS B Notice is hereby given under the 1 ovisions of The School Election Act the List of Electors ol SHrilna D 647 has been prepared and that copy of the List ot Electors Is osled In the following places: Stirling Post Office t Office of Secretary ny elector may during business nours i lake application to the Secretary for J ne correction of any error cr ommis- on In the said Lsl of Electors by I pol cation to the Secretary on or cfore the 5th day of October (up to h" 8 h day before Dated at Stirlinq this 25th day of eotemb'r 19, 1571. Mrs. E. L. Chrislensen, Secretary. Funeral service >r Mrs. Elizabeth Belle beloved wife of the late rin Barker of Magrath who ied Tuesday, Sept. 21, 1971, at o be age of 73, was held at 1 E .m. Friday, Sept. 24, 1971, in t he Magrath LDS Chapel. Pa'il-earers were Jerry and James larailton, Larry and Al Mcrk-ey, Randy Remington and jarrv Corliss. Interment was in he Magrath Cemetery. Chris-ensen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral >ervice, was in charge of the urangements. ONOFRYCHUK Funeral service for John Onofrychuk, jeloved husband of Mrs. Edo-da Onofrychuk of 810 12th St. B N. who died in the city Wednesday, Sept. 22, 1971, at the age of 72 years, was held at p.m. Friday, Sept. 24, 1971, in the Christensen Chapel, 327 10th St. S., with Pastor Carl C. Wessman officiating. Pallbearers were George Fcr-enz, Matt Mudrak, John Hleu-cha, Julia KunoMk, William Femach and Nick Wolk. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SEAGER service for Mrs. Ethel Lenore Seager, beloved wife of Mr. Veraon Bancroft Seager of Taber who died in the city Thursday, Sept. 24, 1971, after a long illness a the age of 75 years, was helc at p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, 1971, in Martin Eros. Memoria Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Hev. Carl C. Wessman officiating. Pallbearers were Vernon, Paul and David Archer, Clem Martha, Franz Brouwers and Pat Ramsay. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Eros. Ltd., Directors of Fu neral Service, was in charge 0: the SPARE -TIME INCOME RefHIirui and collecting mousy from NEW TYPE high-quality To qualify you must have car, references, S600 lo cash. Seven to 12 hours weekly can net excellent monihly income. More lull time. For personal interview write CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, UO Bay St., Suite SOS, Toronto 1, Ontario, t Include phone number. SALE OF FARM PROPERTY The following property is offeree ar sale by tender subject to the rBf-rict ons in the existing Certificate TREADWAY Passed away n Edmonton on Tuesday, Sep-ember 21, 1971, Alvin Tread- vay aged 58. The funeral mil be held in Eden's Fu- aeral Home on Monday, Sep-ember 27, 1971, with Rev. K. lordan officiating. Interment n Fairview Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pmcher BACEDA Passed away in the city on Friday, September 24, 1971, following a brief illness, Mr. Domenico Baceda, at the age of 75 years, of 222 1 Avenue South. Born in Austria, the late Mr. Baceda came to Lethbridge in 1904 and worked in coal mines No. three, six, and eight. He retired when No. eight mine closed in the mid 1850s. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. (Zella) E. Gatto, Lethbridge and two brothers, Mr Joe Baceda and Mr. F. J. (Frank) Baceda, both of Lethbridge. He was predeceased bv one sister and two brothers. The funeral service will be held at a.m. on Tuesday, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Street N. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may. pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Phone, 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7611 FLEMING Sarah Hannah passed away in the city oil Thursday. September 23, 1971, at the age of 88 years, beloved wife of Mr. John Fleming of Lethbridge. Mrs. Fleming was born in England and came to Canada and Coalhurst in 1920 jefore moving to Lethbridge in 1940 where she has resided ever since. Besides her loving husband she is survived by four sons, John of Lethbridge, Bill of Raymond, Bob of Milk River and Joe of Lelhbridge; three daughters, Mrs. Bill (Edith) Murdcck of Nanaimo B.C., Mrs. Ernie (Florence) Manson of Vancouver, B.C. and Mrs. Jim (Esther) Emery of Lethbridge; 23 grandchildren I and 22 great-grandchildren. She s was predeceased by one soi Thomas. Funeral sservices wil be held Monday, September 27 f 1971, at 2 p.m., in the Christen sen Chapel, with Captain Harolc C o b b officiating. Crematioi will follow. The family rcques no flowers. Those who wis may donate to the Albert Heart Foundation (1705 15 S: S CHHISTENSEN SALMO! FUNERAL HOME LTD., D rectors of Funeral Service. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. (Established 1927) PHONE 328-3331 TABER IS STANDING UP AND BEING COUNTED 1 have a hardware store for sale. Established 21 years and it be sold. Profit oic-lure is good and much more potential 'or an active owner. The investment cannot he beat on Today's mar-i-ft Phon" Biddy at 327-7172, for complete details. Exclusive. Sectinn 7, in Tnwnshln 11, Range 21, West of the 4fh Meridian, con-talnlna 16 acres mor cor less Subject to the riohls and conditions contained In Transfer registered as D.P unto the Lethbridoe Col-leries Limited all coal and unto Boyd Leroy rurrie all other minerals 'arcel 7 The South Fast Quarter rf Section 7, ii Townshto 11, Ranqe 21, West of the 4lh Meridian con-ta n no 160 acres more or less Subject to rights end condition: as srp set fnrth in'Transfer registered as 7217 D.P. Retervlno unto the Lefhbridqe Col-lories Limited all coal and unto Her Ma esty all other minerals Tenders in sealed envelopes market I.e. accompanied hy a markec cheoue or cash for 10% of the amoun r.f tRndrr miM be in the hands r he Clerk rf the Supreme Court, Cour 1 ethbridop, hv o'cl'v nonn Utb day cf October A.D. '971. The balance of the purchase price Eha to paid into court within 30 davs after acceitance of tender, if ti successful tenderer does not comp P he purchase after acceptance rf his the deposit shall be forfeited. The hiahest or any tendpr not accepted- Cheques of unsuccessful lerderer will be returned to them. For further particulars apply to Messrs Pritchard. Hlqa nnd Boras, Barristers and Solicitors, 202 Pro-fessicnal Building 740 -Uh Avenue 01 th, Lethbridqe, Alberta. DATED at the City of Lethbridoe, n the Province of Albertfl, this 31st ay rf August A.D., 1971. C. G. Yanoslk Local Judae of the Supreme Court Alex A. Gllchrlst Clerk of the Supreme TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS N THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the mailer of the Estate of AV IE JOHNSON, late of the City M Lethbridge, In the Province c Alberta, who died on the 1st day of July, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE thai all persons hav. no claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Sol citors by the 2nd day ol November AD '71, lu" statement ol their claims and of securities held by thrm. RICE, MACLEAN BABKI Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lethhridqe. Ali-erlp. Soicltors tor the Executor. fires pair CALGARY (CP) City council decided Friday to fire city solicitor J. D. Salmon and city litigation solicitor J. P. Low, paying each one year's salary as severance pay. The move was the latest in a series of wrangles which emerged after an Edmonton lawyer was brought in to investigate land dealings of civic employees. Angus MacDonald said in report there was no indication any citv employee had misused confidential information. But the operations of a private land development firm in which Mr. Salmon and Mr. Low were involved could reflect poorly on the city's legal de-tartment, he said. A private law firm would not tolerate such conduct, Mr. Mac-Donald said, and there was ample grounds for dismissal. Shortlv after the report was prepared in early September, Vlayor Rod Sykes suspended he solicitors on the recommendation of city commissioners. At a subsequent council meet-ng, they were cleared of any impropriety and re-instated. Both the solicitors and the commissioners agreed this created an "intolerable position. Council then decided to review the. situation again, at a special meeting, which resulted in the solicitors' dismissal. Mr. Salmon, with the city 15 vears is to receive severance "pay of and five-year employee Mr. Low is to get Council also decided to make public the entire report of Mr MaeDonald. Mr Salmon released part o it to The Herald earlier, provided he be allowed to make rebuttals and the names o others involved in the real es tate firm, Ponderosa Land De velopmcnt Ltd., not be di vulged. Counsel for one of the un identified shareholders, all o whom were civic employees said "legal consequences couk flow" if the names were mad FOR SALE CORRAL CLEANING Kisiness Like new machinery. to gross sales potential per yesr. Exclusive territory. Choice drive-In with trailer court, o-cated on Trans Canada Highway No. Three. Large laundromat with dry clean ng department. Ladies' fashion store In large southern Alberta town. Garage and service station with restaurant on hard-surface highway east cf Taber. 10 lots. Full price Ideal opportunity for family. Second hand store. Going business concern. Complete with large building and stock. OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE PHONE L. 5. Handley 345-35M Roger Handley Fred Burton 345-4177 Bill Meheden 32B-6702 TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF ot ZENA TERSSA LARSON, late ol Lethbridoe, Alberts, who died on the 23rd day of June, that all persons having claims upon the Estate ol the above named must file wilh the Executor by Ihe 1st day of November, A.D 1971, a full statemeni of their claims ana of securities held by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY BAINES Solicitors for the Executor LOUIS LARSON 309 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberla. In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Mrs. Alice Peterson, who passed away September 25, 961. Ten years have passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay. A million words cannot express, Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. remembered by the Peterson families. RE: ZONING BY-LAW NO. 2750 The following applications for de-ve opment permits have been approved by the Municipal Planning Commlss on on September 22nd, 1971: 71-696 M Tanner to build an addition o the existing building at 1106 25 h Street South. 71-795 C. P. Telecommunications To ji Id an 80 ft. self supporting lower at 1011 1st Avenue In loving memory of a dear mother, Justina Theresa Gross, who passed aw September 25, 1964. We miss you now, our hearts are sore. As time goes by we miss you more. Your loving smile, your gentle face No one can fill your vacant place. remembered by Joann Frank Takacs and family. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDER FOR GRAVEL HAUL Tenders will be received by the undersigned until o'clock noon on September 30, 1971 for the loading and hauling of approximately fl.OOO-10000 cu yards of coarse gravel to various parts of the Main Canal from Raymond to Chin. Further information may be obtained from the o lice. Tenders to be submitted (n a per cubic yard basis. 74 LOANS OF THANKS MERRIMAN We wish t thank all who came to Calgar to attend the funeral service of Dr M. 0. Merriman of An mal Diseases Resarch Static Lethbridge; who sent flowe or tried to comfort us in any way at this PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY CALL CALGARY, HAL KPEBS, OFFICE 264-6011; RESIDENCE 253-6863, 600 yards. Work to commence shortly alter close of tenders. The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted. J. W. THIESSEN, P. ENG. Manager Box 278 LETHBRIDGE, Alberts projected sign on front o f building at 535 13th Street Nor h. 71-819 Dale Colpitts to establish a home occupation in connection w th w ndow cleaning and cleaning ant repairing of Venetian blinds at 1621 10th Avenue North. T -824 S.T.W. Holdings Company for 3 proposed medical clinic at 2931 50th Avenue South. 71-62S Andy Pintaric to establish a home occupation in connection wiN finishing carpenter contractor at 122 Lakemount Boulevard. 71-027 Henry Bosnian to estab sh i home occupation office In connect o with a oreenhouse (hobby on y) a 712 3rd Street South. 71-B30 Town and Country Propane f connect C.P.R. siding from existin C.P.R. spur track at 322 33rd Gtree NAny' person affected by the sal decision may appeal such decision t the Development Appeal Board b delivering either personally or b Registered Mall, statement of th grounds of appeal to reach the Offic of the City Clerk in the City Hall nc t er than October 6th, SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall, Phone 32B-3331 Residential, Commercial properties Farms and ranches. City or Town Lowest Interest rates available, and second tff c SALE BY TENDER ESTATE OF FRANK L. THOMPSON, DECEASED THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE OFFERS FOR SALE BY TENDER: The West half of the Soulh West quart er cl Section 36, Township 9, Range 26 West ot the fourth meridian. Exceptlnq thereout 4.20 acres more 0 less for "canal right of way as snow H on Plan Irr. 868 and 0.98 of an acr J more or less lor road widening a J shown on Plan 3903 J.K. Containing acres more or loss Reserving unto Her Majesty all Mine I and Minerals. No farm buildings, irriqated. situated 5 miles north c Fort Macleod, Alberla. Oilers will be received by the undersigned up to o'clock in Ihe alternoon of October 8, 1971, for the purchase of the above MORTGAGE loans available on farms homes, hotels, motels, commercla buildings and Industrial properties lo cated anywhere in Alberto. Past, cor dial, confidential service, at compel live rates. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. 5. Phone NOBLE The family of the late Fred Noble wish to express their sincere thanks and ap preciation to their many friends elatives and neighbors for the thoughtful acts of kindness, ex pressions of sympathy, cards floral tributes, and to those wlic helped in any way during ou recent bereavement. Specia i thanks lo Hev. C. Carnochan, th t pallbearers and Christensen Sal i mon Funeral Home for thei s kindness and assistance. Enid Noble, June an family. 92 KUL1SKA We would lik 0 to express our sincere thanks t he doctors and staff of 75 WILL DO PAINTING PRIVATE OF commercial. Phone 328-8543. CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS AND PAT ios Prompt service. Phone Ear Johnson, 328-7905. Officer. l a BASEMENT FLOORS, CONCRET steps, driveways; roof shingling, nous remodelling. Phone Joe Caruso, 4463, Iron" Springs. sealed envelope and marked "Tender re Thompson Estate" and a certified cheque for ten percent of the offer should company the same, stating whelher 1 lerms or cash. Term oilers to t, soecify the nature of terms de-j sired, Inc uding the rate o m-f terest. The highest or any tender n necessarily accepted. Deposils will be returned to unsu cessful tenderers. s PUBLIC TRUSTEE Y 200 Chancery Hall 3 sir Winston Churchill Square S Edmonton, FREE ESTIMATES ON CONCRET DRIVEWAYS, patios, retaining wa 1 f'cors, etc. Guaranteed workmanf.h Phone 327-56-11. FRED STEINER CEMENT WOR old basements dug, water prooting. 1 sured, tree estimates. Phone 327-833 PUBLIC Auxiliary and Pic Sture Eutte Hospitals for the car ;ivcn our mother during cfptoy Vytj yplf JTUJ FENCES, PATIOS, SIDEWALK rumpus rooms. Finishing, framin form work. Free estimates. Guarante workmanship. Phone 328-8551. EXPANSION AUTHORI1 DEPARTMENT OF TO CREDITOR' AND CLAIMANTS In the mailer of the thanks to the pallbearers, t Pastor Schoepp, to our neighbors and friends wh t, called, sent flowers and card and to all who helped in an way during the loss of our dea v- wife, mother and grandmothc d Kuliska, Ragan and Shimc r- families. ALL REPAIRS CHIMNEY, FIR place, cement, brick, painting a roofing. Renovations and house ra ing. 328-1055. This Is a Canada Reg o tf Development Project. Its construct is financed jointly by the on HAMLING, late of Legen in the Province of Alberta, Farme deceased, who died on Ihe 30th day June, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons ha Ing claims upon the estate of the abo named must tile with the undersign solicitors by the 5th day (if Novembe A D 1971. a full statement of the claims and of securities held by ther pd VIRTUE COMPANY :k 106 McFarland Building, 0- LethbrtdgG, Alberta. k: Solicitors for ttie Executrix. 5T GARAGE BUILDING, CEMEh work and stuccoing. Anderson f. Snrenson Construction, 1020 7th Av 5. Phona 327-6682. of Canada, Department of Regtor nd Fconomic Expansion, and Prov nee e Alberta, Human Resources Deve -ti ment Authority and will be cnrr ed DEPARTMENT O jj' HIGHVMYS ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOOR NO MAINTENANCE NO CHAN ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 3 5745. ways and Transport. G- SEALED TENDERS will be rece H. ed by the undersigned up to 11 oco a.m. Standard Time on Friday, Octo 1st 1971, for the construction TRANSPORT f, SEALED TENDERS v.'iil be recc v he by the undersigned up to 11 oco am. Standard Time on Friday, Oc k. ber 15, 1971 lor the following wor 55 CONSTRUCTION OF A PRECA PRESTRESSED CONCRETE GIROF GRADE SEPARATION STRUCTU b, TO CARRY HIGHWAY 21 0V HIGHWAY SOUTH OF SHE Id- WOOD PARK of Contracts and Specifications may eM obtained at the olllce of the of. Bridge Engineer, Highways Bulldi Edmonton, Office of the District is qineer. Administration Building, Le bridge, and olllce ol Iht plsl 'he Engnccr, Highways Building, ca q Ins and will be available only lo Indivldu er. domiciled and operating In Ihe Pr a ince ol Altierta, rr In partners nee or corporations registered and ope vc ing nnd who have MUbllshed a II ,0 plSce ol business In me for Alberta. A deposll of twenty-! ve dol .HI- (SIS.OO) will be required for f ac- copy of Contract and SpocltlcatI or taken. Each bid must accompan by a marked cheque or band eq The lo 10no ol tender. Tenders win rllv opened In public. Thr lcwrr.t or lender nol nrMss.lrlly acccnled. I H. McMnnus Deputy Miniilor of Highways an Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN Decorate baby's room wit this prayer a lovely RESOURSES LTD. TRAINEES REQUIRED TO tEARN UNDERGROUND COAL MINING SKILLS l- in Western Canada's fastest growing industry. Kaiser r Resources, a major North American coal producer Is introducing an improved Undergrcund Miners career s development program. The starting wage is an hour with excellent benefits and housing assistance. INTERVIEWS with Kaiser representatives are scheduled for the lethbridgs Canada Manpower Centre, 419 7lh Street South, Sept. 27, contact Mr. Doyle and the D Medicine Hat Canada Manpower Centre, 141 4t.h Ave., Sept. 28th, contact Mr. DIVER FOR HIRE Under water repair and salvage. L n Smith, 327-9393, mornings or ev ings. work: dy Project 42.17C-2, E. of Loon Lfl "n- to S. of Willow Creek, Crushing n 25 Stockpiling Gravel, Approximate Qu lilies, cubic yards. ESTATE SALE OF R' FARM PROPERTY S ESTATE OF LARS FRED JOHNSO DECEASED The following property Is offered i sale hy trnder, subject to the restr let tlons In the existing Cerilflcats of 1 of 2 and of 3 nil In Twp nv- U Rne. 57 W4AA containing togelh os er Af.O ncrcs more or loss, EXCEPTING thereout all Mine find Minerals. of Possession of t h e property av ars on 1st April, 1972. BCh Tenders In ma ons ed "Estate of Lars Fred Johnso led must be In the hnnds ot Robert Mai Roddie, Barrister and Solicitor, B be NartVu, Alherla. by no inv Friday, October 1971. Thr- bldhpst cr any tender not n cssarlly ncrfoted. d For further Infer malion coni Robert G. Roddie, Barrister and S tAA Icllor, Nanlon, Msgr. 1 1 Flowers, butterflies, bloci e and babies create an enchan v ing border for this tender pra >f cr You'll enjoy the easy en broidery. Pattern 7478: transft 13 x color chart. SEVENTY FIVE CEN1 (coins) for each pattern d fl stamps plasc) add 15 cen ,o for each pattern for first-cla c mailing and special handling ia to 3, THE LF.THBRinGE HERAL Headers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, B AND R BUILDERS AND FINIS _ Rumpus rooms, Inter decorating, cupboards, finis iod c p e n t e r work, fireplaces, garag Phone 328-9879. Contracts and Specifications mtw or obtained fll the office of the Ch ar- Construction Engineer, Highways Bu es Inn Fdmonton, Alberta, the office -t't trie District Engineer, 1707 ilh Str H W, Calgary, Alberta, and the ticc ot me District Engineer, Rea, 75, the Benedictir abbot who supervised the reco strucUon of tha monastery Monte Cassino after its destru Uon in the Second World War. Lexington, Ky.-Congressm.-John C. Watts, 69, Dcm.-Ky after suffering a stroke. Monte Roberts, a veteran newspaper man v, k; worked for Vancouver Provinc o. Winnipeg Tribune and Victor ox Times. Norbcrl Cutler, f cc" prominent fipirc in Caiads French-speaking Jewish cm PUBLIC Building, Lethbridge, Albe Eand will be available only to nd daute registered and operating In provnce of Alberta, or to TENDERS V.-ilfd tenders marked "Tender f Hfscs" will be received by the un signed up to p.m., October 1, GELDING No. 131, age IS ye weight 1650 Ibs. (approx.l 1 only MARE No. 16 ye woiijht 1700 Hit. Tender i will opened at F OtMkcr 1, 1971. A. D. AcliR Superintendent Wntorton Lakes National nnd who "have cstabllsher fixed place of business In the Provl or oi Alberta. A deposit of Twenty-er- Dollars (MS.OO) pnyable to the F 971 vlnclal Treasurer, will be reo.i Iren each copy ot ihe Contract and Spe ars, cations taken. Each bid must be companicd by n marked cheque ars, bond equal to of Tender. 1 ders will be onened in Public. m. lowest or any Tender not nccessa accepted. L H. McManus, Dopuly Minlsier of Highways Transport. C ;