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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Seplembtr 25, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HEKAID 21 BLAMES GOVERNMENT FOR HANDOUTS TO YOUTH -frrna KofFman, director of a drug crisis centre in Toronto, says governments have made il easy for jobless drug-using youlhs to survive on the streets. Mrs. Koffman, 40, is a regislered nurse who gives advice and medical assistance lo as many as 100 youths a 73 BUSINESS r j m BIRTH JENSEN Mr. and Mrs Gary Jensen of Taber wish to announce Ihe arrival of their chosen daughter, Shari Alyson Jensen. Born August 27, 1971, a sister for Kyle. Insured. tL J FUNERALS CHOW Funeral service foi Joe Chow, who died al Calgary Monday, Scpl. W, 1971, al the age of 66 years, was held a 4. -00 p.m. Tnursday in Iho Martin Bros. Tradilional Chape wilh Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Dexter and Hoy Wong, Vicloi Quan, Jack and On Chow and Douglas Dong. Interment was in the Chinese section of Moun lain View Cetnelery. Martin Eros. Ltd., Directors of Funera. Service, was ia charge of Uie v lemoriamA IN MfMORIAMS TRAVNICEK In memory of a dear brother Jerry Trav-nicek, who passed away Scp-lember 25, 1946. Treasured memories linger on. remembered by sister Teresa. 971 EFROM In memory of a dear wife, mother, and grandmother, Emma Efrom, who diec September 25, 1968. remembered by her husband Bruno anc Holly, daughter Margaret and George and family 929 EFROM In loving memory of our dear mother, Emma Efrom, who passed away Sep tember 25, 1068. You are not forgotten, mother, Nor will you ever be; As long as life and memory lasts, We will always remember thee. Ever remembered and sadly missed by and Roy. FORTY SEAT RESTAURANT IN good location. Selling (or heillh rea sons. Interested parly write Pox 39 Herald. TO TENDER WESTERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT Scaled Tenders for the construction c one concrete drop slrucfure, two con crela check structures, two pipe epli ways with concrcle headwall, and re laled earlh and nther work will he received Bt 1he olfke of 1hf Western District up to p.m local Slrathmnre lime, October 6 1971. The work Includes all labour material, equipment and associated Ifemi required )o construct the lures, excepl for such material to supplied by Jhs Board DB herein socci lied. Copies ol the Drawings nnd SpeclNca lions may be obtained from NIP oil ce of Ihe Western Irriaatlon Dlslrict SfraHimore, AC-crla T (he rfflce fi Irrigation Capital Works De parlment of Ihe EnuJronmenf, Ponm 31 1, Administration Building, Lelh firidoe, Alberln on or jitter Seolember 27, 1971 uoon deposit rf 00 In cheque, made oayable fo Ihc Bnard D Dlrcclors, Weslern IrrlqaMrn District Tenders rnusl b" nccnm'panlcd by: A. As Tender Deposit, secunly in a minimum amount of lOTr of Ihe Tender in the form cf z Certified Chequp drawn on a Canndian Bank or a Bid Bond, made payable lo IFE Board of Directors. B. Consent of Surely Form, qlv nq consent o( Ihe Surely Comnany to furnish, unon execulron ol Ihe ron-frad, a Perfnrmarce Bnnd, f required, a Labour and Mater nls Bonft, each In Ihe amnuni of Sff'f of Ihe ccnlracl, and in Ihe lorm orescrjbed by these Documenls. The lowest or any tender will nol necessarily tc accepted, the Boarc reserving the right to reject any or all fenders. The Board of Directors, The Western Irrlaalion Dlslrlct, Sfrsflirnore, Alberta. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS tn the Estate of CYRIL DAVIC EVANS, who died1 on trie Nfh day c June, A.D 1971. NOTICE that ill persons hav ng claims upon the Estate of Ihe above named must file vllh the undersigned solicitors by Ihe day of October A.D 1971 a full statement of the cdlms and of securities held by them VIRTUE and COMPANY, 106 McFarland Building, LETHBHIDGE, Alherla, Solicitors lor Ihe Executors. SMALL INVESTMENT, LARGE RETURNS NEW PRODUCT IN CAN ADA. SOLD SUCCESSFULLY IN BRITAIN FOR TEN YEARS, TO ALL FASHIONS OF INDUSTRY AND GOV ERNMENT. WRITE BOX 87, HER ALD. SPACIOUS WELL-KEPT LICENCED residence, near civic cenlre, accom modeling ten paying guesls, Evcsi en opporlunlly (or rlqhl parly. Priced o sell. Phone 316-61 S? or FARM AND INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT DEALERSHIP FOR SALE Prime Okanagan location. annual sales. Con-1act Box 523, Penlieicn, SALE Take nollce that by virtue of a seizure made by Canadian Impede Bank cl Commerce aaalnsl ohn Schwartz, 1 shall sell the follow nq goods; 1947 Chevrolet 1m pa la Serin No In accordance wllh the Provisions of The Seizures Act On Ihe 29lh day of Seplember ,i1 Residence ol Vernon Decoux, Blair-more, Alberla at Ihe hour of p.m. Sheriff's ollice Seplpmbcr 3, 1971 D G Cressman, Sheriff Judicial District ol Macleod BROWN Passed away al Bow Island on Thursday, September 2S, 1971, Fred, at the cge of 82 years. Funeral services will be conducted from Humphries Funeral Chapel in Taber on Monday, September 27 at 3 p.m., with Rev. Paul Bortncm officiating. Mermenl will follow in Taber Memorial Garden. Pallbearers are six egrandsons. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber in Charge of Arrangements. SURPLUS PRINTING EQUIPMENT Vertical and horltonlal AAichles, Poly Kelly, Sfonemefr, sfllchcr, wrde rancrc material. List available. Arrow Prinling, 223 Avenue C Soulh, Saskatoon, Sask. SCHOOL ELECTION ACT (SECTION 35) NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF LIST OF ELECTORS Notice Is hereby given under the provisions ot The School Eleclion Act that the List cf Elector-; ot Slir Ina S.D. has been prepared and that a copy oT the List of Electors s poMed In Ihe fnllowlng places: Sftrling Post OWce Office of Secrelary Any elecler may during business Hours make application lo the Secrelary tor Ihe correrlion of Brry error cr ommis-sion in Ihc said Lsl cf Efeclcrs fay apnllcalion lo Ihe Secrelary on nr r-efore the Slh dny of Ocloter (up fo ths Slh day belore Daled at Sllrlinq Ihis day cl SerjlembT 19, 1571. Mrs, E, L. Chrislensen, Secretary. Funeral service for Mrs. Elizabeth Belle Hark-cr, beloved wife of Uie lale Orin Harker of Magrath who died Tuesday, Sept. 21, 1971, al the age of 73, was held al 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24, 1971, in the Magrath LDS Chapel. Pail-! bearers were Jerry and James Hamilton, Larry and Al Mcrk-ley, Randy Remington and Larry Corliss. Interment was in the Magrath Cemetery. Chrislensen Salmon Funeral Home Lid., Directors of Funera] Service, was in charge of the SPARE -TIME INCOME Refilling and colled Inq money from NEW TYPE high-quality coln-operMcd dispensers in your area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, reler-finces, SMO lo cash. Seven fo 13 hours weekly can net excellent income. More full Hme. For personal interview wrile CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, Bay SI., Suite 205, Toronla 1, Onlsrio Include (Dhane number. SALE OF FARM PROPERTY The following properly is offered for sale by tender subject In Ihe re.c-Irldions in the exislinq Certificate of Tills: Parcel 1 The Norlh East Passed away in Edmonton on Tuesday, September 21, 1971, Alvin Tread-way, aged 511. The funeral service Mil be held in Eden's Funeral Home on Monday, September 27, 1971, with Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Interment in Fairview Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C7G09 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 Soulh. Born in Austria, the late Mr. Baceda came to Lethbridge in 1904 and worked in coal mines No. three, six, and eight. He retired No. eight mine closed in the mid 1950s. lie is survived bv one sister, Mrs. (Zella) E. Gatto, Lethkridge and two brothers, Jlr. Joe Baceda and Mr. F. J. (Frank) Baceda, both of Leth-bvidge. He was predeceased by one sisler and two brothers. Tlic funeral service will be held at a.m. on Tuesday, in M a r i n 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. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. (Established 1927) PHONE 328-3331 TA3ER IS STANDING UP AND EE-ING COUNTED 1 have a hardware slore for sale. EslabliEhed 21 years and it musi be sold. Profit etc-ture Is good and much more pclen-1ial lor an acllve owner. The investment cannat he beat on today's mar-r-rt. Phon? Biddy at 327-7172, for compJefe defails. Exclusive C SPdion 7, in Tn-wnshin 11, Ranpe 21, Wesl cf (Jie 4th Meridian, con lalnlno 16 acres mor cor less Subjerl to IhP riohls and condll TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the matter of Ihe Estate of AVIE ARTHUR JOHNSON, lale ol the Cily cf Lelhbridge, In tlie Province cl AlbErle. who died on Ihe 1st day of July, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE thai all persons having claims upon Ihe eslale ol the above named must file wilh the undersigned Solicitors by the 9nd day ot November A.D., 1971, a full slsfemenf of fheir claims and ot securities held hy Him. RICE, MACLEAN BABKl Canadian Imperial Bank cf Commerce Building, Lelhhridge, AM-erl? Solicilors for fhe Executor. T] undecidet OTTAWA (CP) MPs are still kicking around Ihe problem whether Commons still i issue should be televised. The procedure committee, assigned the task of making recommendations on the subject t( the Commons, has completec hearings. But members say il cannot get down to the job o, writing a report. Even a committee recommendation that CBC radio conduc: an experiment in broadcasting some parliamentary proceed ings was allowed to die without the Commons taking any action. The procedure commite heard briefs from the CBC ant CTV networks, went to Wash ington to see how proceedings o! a Senate committee are televised and got some advice from United Nations technicians. But the committee has not called a meeting since Ihe Commons reconvened Sept. 7. PUBLIC CHOICE A recent pubb'c opinion pol showed that 63 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 rt 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 s snappy show that would appeal to the public day in and day out. Current procedures would incomprehensible to the pubu'c, requiring a motion-by-motion commentator similar to play-by-play announcers for football and hockey games. FEAR EXPOSURE Some MPs admit frankly Uiey 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 pob'tieal. Many opposition MPs say they feel that the government, which makes all Ihc announcements and enunciates all policy, would have a big advantage in TV time and appeal. But some Liberals say they fed opposition MPs would catch all the play with their queries at :he daily question period. Ncirly all MPs complain al one time or another that reporters in the Commons distort, inadvertently or otherwise, their words. Many say they fear that TV would lead to even more of his alleged distortion. In loving memory ol a dear mother and grand-moUier, Justina Gross, who passed away on September 23, 19M. Beautiful thoughts of one so dear, Treasured forever with love sincere. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept, We loved you loo dearly to ever forget. remembered by Antoinette, Bob and fair.ily. D.P Reservino unto the Lelhbridoe Col-Icries Limiled all conl and Unlo Doyri Leroy rurris ell other minerals Parcel 7. The South Past Quarter rf Joclitin 7, i'i Townshio li, Ranne 21, of Ihe 41 h Meridian con-lalnino acres more or less Subject lo rinhts and condillon? as ?ro fnrlh In Transfer registered ,15 7217 D.P Reserving unto the Lelhbridae Col-Isries Limited air coal Unto Her Majesty all ether minerals Tenders In sealed envelopes marked S.C. 15763 accompanird hy g marked cheoue nr cash for of Ih? amounl th0 must he in 1he hands rf he Clerk rf Ihe Supreme Court, Courl House, Lelhbridor, hv o'clnrk ncmn, Ulh day rf October A.D. 1971. The balance of (tie purchase Funeral service for John Onofrychuk, beloved husband of Mrs. Edo-kia Onofrychuk of 810 12th St. B N. who died in the city Wednesday, Sept. 22, 1971, at the age of 72 years, was held al p.m. Friday, Sept, 24, 1971, in the Christensen Chapel, 327 10th St. S., with Pastor Carl C. Wcssman officiating. Pallbearers were George Fer-enz, Malt Mudrak, John Hleu-cha, Julia Kundrik, William Femach and Nick Wolk. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Sendee, was in charge of the arrangements. SEAGER service for Mrs. Ethel Lenore Seager, beloved wife of Mr. Vernon Bancroft Seager of Taber who died in the city Thursday, Sept. 24, 1971, after a long illness at the age of 75 years, was held at p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, 1971, in Martin Eros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13lh St. N., with Hev. Car! C. Wessman officiating. Pallbearers were Vernon, Paul and David Arclier, Clem Martha, Franz Brouwers and Pat Ramsay. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Eros. Ud., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of Uie 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 his report there was no indication any city employee had misused conlidential information. But tlie operations of a private land development firm in which Mr. Salmon and Mr. Low were involved could reflect poorly on the city's legal department, he said. A private law firm would not lolerale such conduct, Mr. Mac-Donald said, and there was ample grounds for dismissal. Shortly alter the report was prepared in early Seplember. Mayor Rod Sykes suspended the solicitors on the recommendation of city commissioners. At a subsequent council meeting, 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 renew Ihe. silualion again, at a special meeting, which resulted in the solicitors' dismissal. Mr. Salmon, wilh the city 15 vears, is to receive severance pay of 523.685 and five-year employee Mr. Low is to gel Council also decided to make public the entire report of Mr. UaeDonald. Mr. Salmon released part of t to The Herald earlier, provided he be allowed to make routtals and Ihe names of others involved in the real estate firm, Ponderosa Land OM to qrcss safes potential per yesr. Exclusive terrrlory. Choke drive-In with trailer court, located on Trans Canada Highway No. Three. Large laundromat with dry cleaning depaHment-La dies' fashion store In large soulh-ern Alberla lawn. Garagt end service slalhm wllh reslau-ranl on hard surface highway cast of Taber. 10 lots. Full price Ideal opportunity lor family. Second hand sfore. Going business concern. Complete wilh large building Biid ifcck. OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE of If the successful tenderer does nol compile he purchase allcr accept nf his the deposit shall be forfellcd. "he hiohest cr any tendPr nol accepted Cheauns of unsuccessful lerderer v.'lll be returned to them. For further particulars apply lo Messrs. Prllchard. Hina nnd Boras, larrislets and Solirifors, 202 Pro-essicnal Building 1W -1th Avenue South, Lclhbrirlae, Alberla. DATED al the Cily ol Lelhbrldoc, In Ihe Province of Alherla, Ihis 31st day rf August A.D., 1971. C. G. Yanoslk Local Jodae of Ihe Supreme Court Alex A. Gllchrlsl Clerk uf Ihe Supreme Court TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In Ihe Eslale ol ZENA TERSSA LARSON lale ol Alberta, who died on Ihe 23rd day ol June, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons claims upon Ihe Esfale of Ihe above named musi (ile wilh Ihe Executor by he day of Novgrnber, A.D. 1971, a full slalemenl of their claims and ol securities held by them. 5TRINGAM, DENECKY BAINES Solicitors for the Execulor LOUIS LARSON 309 Canada Trust Building Leiribridge, Alberla. In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Mrs. Alice Peterson, who passed away September 25, 1961. 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 I h e Peterson families. 827 GROSS In loving memory of a dear mother, Justina Theresa Gross, who passed away 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. ZONING BV-LAW NO. 2750 The following applications for development permtls have teen approved by the Municipal Planning Commission on Seplember 22nd, 1971: MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDER FOR GRAVEL HAUL Tenders will be recoived by the undersigned unNI 13: Of) o'clock noon on September 30, 1971 for Ihe loading and hauling of acproximalely cu. yards cl coarse gravel lo various parts ot the Main Canal from Raymond to Chin. Further information may be ob ained from Ihe Lethbridge office. Tenders Jo be suhnllJed (in a per cubic yard basis. Minimum dally delivery 60D yards. Work lo commence shortly aHer close ol lenders. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. W. THIESSEN, P. ENG. Manager Box 278 LETHBRIDGE, Alberle Roger Handley Bill Meheden Sarah Hannah, passed away in the city o 11 Thursday, September 23, 1971, at the age of 8R years, beloved wile of Mr. John Fleming of Lethbridge. Mrs. Fleming was born in England and came lo Canada and Coalhurst in 1KO before moving (o 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) Murdock of Nanaimo, B.C., Mrs. Ernie (Florence) Manson of Vancouver, B.C., and Mrs. Jim (Esther) Emery of Lethbridge; 2.1 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by one son Thomas. Funeral sservices will be held Monday, September 27, 1971, at 2 p.m., in the Christensen Chapel, with Captain Harold C o b b officiating. Cremation will follow. The family request no flowers. Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Foundation (1705 15 St. S.) CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 74 LOANS H. Tanner lo build an addition lo the existing building at 1106 35 In Slreel Soulh, 71-795 C. P. Telecom munlcal Ions lo b n'ld an flO ft. self supporling rower at 1011 1st Avenue Soulh. 7l-Sfd Lepard Signs to erred an Jllum -naled sign on front o 1 building at 535 13th Slreel North. 71-G19 Dale Colpills lo establish a home occupation in connect ion wilh window cleaning and cleaning anil repairing nt vcnellan blinds el U21 10th Avenue North. T. -B2J S.T.W. Holdings Company for a proposed medical clinic si 2931 30th Avenue Soulh. 71-BJS Andy Pinlaric to establish a home occupation in conneclion wilh finishing carpenter contractor al 1274 Lakemounl Boulevard. 71-827 Henry Bosmsn lo establish B home occupation office In connection wilh a areenhousc (hobby only) a 712 3rd Slrec) Soulh. 71-630 Town and Country Propane tn connect C.P.R. siding from exislinn. C.P.R- spur track al 222 33rd Street Norlh. Any person effected by fhe said decision may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board by delivering either personally or hy Registered Mail, statement ol the grounds ot appeal lo reach the Oflice of the City Clerk In Ihe Cily Hall nol later than October Ath, 1971. T. Kanashiro Development Officer. OF THANKS MERRIMAN We wish to Jiank all who came to Calgarj to attend Uie funeral services of Dr. M. 0. Merriman of Animal Diseases Resarch Station, Lethbridge; who sent flowers or tried to comfort us in any way at this hour. Shan Merriman and family. 045 NOBLE The family of the late Fred Noble wish to express Jieir sincere thanks and appreciation to their many friends, relatives and neighbors for the thoughtful acts of kindness, expressions of sympathy, cards, floral tributes, and lo those who helped in any way during our recent bereavement. Special thanks to Hev. C. Camochan. the pallbearers and Christensen Salmon Funeral Home for their kindness and assistance. Mrs. Enid Noble, June and family. PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 266-6011; RESIDENCE 252-6BH, ANYTIME. 271 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall, Phone 32S-333J Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. Cily or Town. Lou.esl rales available. Plrst and second morlgagcs. SALE BY TENDER ESTATE Of FRANK L. THOMPSON, DECEASED THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE OFFERS FOR SALE BY TENDER: The Wet! halt of the Soulh West quart-er cf Section 36, Township 9, Range 26, West ot Ihe fourth meridian. Excepling thereout -J.IO acres more or less lor canal right of way as shown on Plan Irr. B49 and 0.93 oJ an acre more or less lor road widening as shown on Plan 3903 J.K. Containing 74. BJ acres more or ICES. Reserving unto Her Majcsly all Mines and Minerals. No (arm buildings. Land rriqaled. Situated 5 miles north of Fort Macleort, Alberla. Offers wl be received by the up lo 2: DO o'clock in Ihe alternoon of October B, 1971P for Ihe purchase ol Ihe above properly. Tenders should be forwarded in a sealed envelope and marked "Tender re Thompson Estale" and B certified cheque for ten (10'; J percenl of Ihc offer should accompany same, staling whelher lerms or cash. Term offers to soecily the nature o( terms desired, Inc uding the rate of interest. The highest or any lender nol necessarily accepted. Deposjfs will de returned fo unsuccessful tenderers. PUBLIC TRUSTEE 200 Chancery Hall 3 Sir Winston Churchill Square Edmonlon, MORTGAGE loons available on farms, homes, hotels, motels, commercial buildings and Industrial nroperlies lo catcd anywhere in Alberta Fasl, cordial, comidenllat service, at competl-tivD rales. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 32B-55dB. 75 WILL DO PAiNTING PRIVATE OR commercial. Phone 328-0541 CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS AND PAT-ins. Prompl service. Phone Earl Johnson, 333-7905. BASEMENT FLOORS, CONCRETE steps, driveways; rool shingling, house remodelling. Phone Joe Caruso, 73B-w63, Iron Springs. ALBERTA REGIONAL HUMAN ECONOMIC RESOURCES EXPANSION AUTHORITY DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT This Is a Canada a Regional Development Project Its construction is financed jointly by Ihe Government of Ca Hilda, Doparlmcnl ot Regions Economic t'xpansion, and Province cf Alberta, Human Resources Develop-men! Authority and will be carried out under the Alberla Department ol Highways and Trnnsport. SEALED TENDERS Will be received by Ihe undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. Standard Time on Friday, October 1st, 1971, for the construction of Ihe fol owing work: Project J2.17C-2, E. of Loon FREE ESTIMATES ON CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS, patios, retaining walls, f.'cors, elc. Guaranlsed workman'-nip. Phone 327-34.11. We would like to express our sincere thanks to the doctors and staff of the Lothbridge Auxiliary and Picture Butle Hospitals for the care given our mother during her illness. Our deepest and sincere (hanks (o Ihc pallbearers, to Pastor Schoepp, to our thoughtful neighbors and friends who called, sent flowers and cards and lo all who telped in any way during the loss of our dear wife, mother and grandmother. Kuliska, Ragan and FRED STEINER CEMENT old basemenls dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 317-8286. FENCES, PATIOS, SIDEWALKS, rumpus rooms. Finishing, framing, form work. Free estimates. Guaranleec Phone 338-B5S1. 3 foy dcum-fti, i Tny tafecf. QnwaAiTip unifi We JT'C JJK Tflovnimg fiyfJ., cJ'm fa-ting happy TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the mailer ot tha Estate ol LESLIE HAML1NG, lale of Legend, n Ihe Province ol Alberta, Farmer, deceased, who died on (he 301h day of June, A.D 1971 TAKE NOTICE fhal elf persons hav-ng claims upon the estate ot the above named must (lie wlJh the undersigned so cilors by Ihe Slh day cif November, A.D., 1971, a full slalement ot Ihcir clnlms and ot securities held by them. VIRTUE COMPANY 106 Me Far land Building, LelhbrldgE, Alberta. Solicitors for Hie Executrix. ALL REPAIRS CHIMNEY, FIRE-place, cement, brick, palnllng and rooting. Renovalions and house raising. 32S-1055. 79J2 Ltd., not be divulged. Counsel for one of the undented shareholders, all of whom were civic employees, aid "legal consequences could j low" if the names were made GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and sluccolng. Anderson find Snrenson Conilrucllon, 1020 7lh Ave. 5. Phona ___ OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 3Jfl-5745. TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS v.-'.H be received by Ihe underpinned up lo 11 o'clock a.m. Standard Time on Friday, October IS, 1971 lor the followlnn work-CONSTRUCTION OF A PRECAST PRESTRESSED CONCRETE GIRDFR GRADE SEPARATION STRUCTURE TO CARRY HIGHWAY 21 OVER HIGHWAY 11 SOUTH OF SHER. WOOD PARK Conirncls and Specifications may Yesterday By THU CAIVADIAIV PRESS Casslno, Hnly-Msgr. Ilde-bnso Rea, 75, the Bpncdictine abbot who supervised the reconstruction of tire monastery of Monte Cassino after il.s destruction in the .Second World War. Lexington, Congressman John C. Wnlls, 68, Dem..Ky.; iflcr suffering a stroke. Monte Robcrls, R veteran newspaper man who worked for Vancouver Province, Vinnipcg Tribune nnd Victoria rimes. Montrcnl-Norbcrl Guller. 03, irominenl fipirc in Canada's "rcncli-spcaking Jewish baby's room with this prayer a lovely gift! Flowers, butterflies, blocks and babies create an enchanting border for tnis lender prayer. You'll enjoy Uie easy em-iroidcry. Pattern 7478; transfer 13 x color chart. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps plnsc) add 15 cenls for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling lo niE LFTimnmoE HERALD icwlcrs Mail Limiled j 0 Front Street West roronto 1, Olnorio RESOURSES LTD. TRAINEES REQUIRED TO LEARN UNDERGROUND COAL MINING SKILLS in Western Canada's fastest growing industry. Kaiser Resources, a major North American cool producer fx in 1 reducing an improved Undcrgrcund Miners career devclopmenl program. The slorling wage is on hour with excellent benefits nnd housing assislance. INTERVIEWS with Kaiser representatives are scheduled for (he Lethbridge Canada Manpower Cenfrc, 419 7ih Sfrecf South, Sepf. 27, contact Mr. Doyle and the Medicine Hot Canada Manpower Centre, 141 4lh Ave., Sept, 28th, contact Mr. DIVER FOR HIRE Under water repair and salvage. ings. Gravel, Approximate Quan-lil GS, cubic yards. Contracts and Specification! mny bf> obtained nl Ihe office of the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Bulld-Inq, Edmonlon, Albcrlfl, the office of Ihc District Engineer, 1707 dlh N. W.. Calgary, Alberta, and Ihe office nf Hie Dlslrlct Engineer, Admlnl-slralion Lethbridge, Alberls, and will bn nvallflble only to Indlvl-dauls registered nntl operallnn In the Provnce of Alberto, or to partnerships or corporations registered and oper-.itinn In and have established a 1 xprl plncc of In flie Province ol Albcrlfl. A depctsil of Twenty-live Dollars (J35.DD) pnyable to Die Pro-v nclal Treasurer, will be required for ench copy ol the Contrncl find Specifications taken. Each bid be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal to 10'-'. of Tffndor. Tenders will be opentrt In Public. Iho owrsf or flny Tender nol necessarily ncccpttid. L. H, McJWanus, Drpuly Minister of HlQhwayi ind Transport. R AND R riUILDERS AND FlNlSH-ERs Rimipus rooms, Interior tlccorallnn, cupboards, finished SALE OF FARM Englnerr, Highways Building, Edmonlon, Otllcc ol Iho Dlslrlct Fn-qlneer. Administration Building, l.cth-hrldnc, and Office ot the Distrlcl Engineer, Highways Bulldina, Calqary anil will be Available only to Individuals rtoinicllrd and operating In mo Prnv-nee ol Albprta. rr in partnerships or registered and operal-nq nnd who have nttnbllshctl n fixed place of business In Ihr Province ol Alberta A deposit of Iwfnly-flve dollars (US. 00) will be required (or each copy of Contract find Specifications akcn. Each bid must accompanied hy a mnrkcd cfiffjor or Imnd ft ol tender, Trnriers will fcrt tn puljlk. Thp or .iny cridnr nnl nrrrr.Sfirlly .icccplod. i I. H. MeManus Deputy Minister of Highways and The (oltowlng properly li ollered lor sole hy subject to The reslric-ons In Ihe existing Certificate or Tile: SVt of 3 flnd SEW of 3 all In Two. U fine. J7 W4M cwiffllnmq together Af.O ncrcs more or EXCEPTING thereout all nnd Minorols. Possession of 1 h r property available on 1st April, W71. TenHrrs In sen ltd envelopes mark-td "Esfale or Lars Fred Johnson" must be In Ihe hnniU ot Robert C-loddlc, Rnrrlilcr and Sollcllor, Box 00, Nart'rn. Alhcrla, hy noon, Frirlrty, IM October 1971. TIT1 lilnhpst CT any Irndcr not nee-ssarlly ncrTited For further Information con f net n. Roddle, Dsrrliler and Sol-cifor, Nanrofi, PUBLIC TENDERS r.p.ilfrf tnndcrs marked "lender for Nfscs" will be received by the. underlined up to p.m., October 1, 1971 1 only GELDING No. 131, agi IS years, weight 16SO Ibs, (approx 1 l only MARE No 13J, 16 years, wf-itjiii 1700 (nnprox.) will lio opened at p m. 1, 1971. D. Adjr Supprlnlfindenl Wntorion Lnkcs Notional Park ;