Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
42 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD ihurtday, September 26, 1974 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE The Uethbrldge Housing Authority lave applications available lor low ;ost family rental accommodation lor the 20 units housing development on 1815 18th Avenue North, Lethbrldge. Applications can be obtained at the information office in the Yates Memorial Centre Phone 329-0636 S96 HOUSING CORPORATION INVITATION TO TENDER MUNDARE SENIOR CITIZENS LODGE Sealed tenders for the construction and completion of a 44-bed senior :itizens lodge in the Town of vlundare clearly marked "Tenders or Mundare Senior Citizens Lodge, No will be received by the undersigned up to 15 p m MOST Wednesday Dctober 23rd. 1974 Tenders will be opened m public Dlans and specifications may be obtained from the office of the Architect, Eugene Yuzda. No 10. vlilburn Place. Sherwood Park Mberta (Mills Haven subdivision) upon deposit of one hundred dollars S10000) cash or certified cheque which will be refunded when the Dlans and specifications are returned o the Architect in good condition, not ater than fourteen (14) days after the closing date 3lans and specifications may be viewed at the Construction Associations in Edmonton Calgary, fied Deer and Lethbridge Alberta Tenders must be accompanied by a ;ertified cheque or bid bond for ten cent of the total bid price, 5ub trades shall submit tenders hrough the Edmonton branch of the Alberta Bid Depository in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Alberta Bid Depository Ltd "he lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted President Alberta Housing Coporation. The Stanley Building. 11810 Kmgsway Avenue. Edmonton. Alberta T5G 0X5 S91 PUBLIC NOTICE HOUSING CORPORATION. INVITATION TO TENDER ANDREW SENIOR CITIZENS LODGE Sealed tenders for the construction and completion of a 44-bed senior citizens lodge in the Town of Andrew clearly marked "Tenders for Andrew Senior Citizens Lodge. Project No will be received by the undersigned up to 2 00 p m MOST, Wednesday. October 23rd. 1974 Tenders will be opened in public Plans and specifications may be obtained from the office of the Architect. Eugene Yuzda No 10. Milburn Place. Sherwood Park, Alberta (Mills Haven upon deposit of one hundred dollars cash or certified cheque which will be refunded when the plans and specifications are returned to the Architect in good condition, not later than fourteen (14) days after the closing date Plans and specifications may be viewed at the Construction Associations in Edmonton. Calgary, Red Deer and Lethbndge, Alberta Tenders must be accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond for ten per cent of the total bid price, sub trades shall submit tenders through the Edmonton branch of the Alberta Bid Depository in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Alberta Bid Depository Ltd THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. President. Alberta Housing Corporation, The Stanley Building, 11810 Kmgsway Avenue. Edmonton. Alberta T5G 0X5 S90 TANKER FREED PUNTA ARENAS. Chile (AP) The Dutch oil tanker Metula, caught on rocks in the Straight of Magellan at the tip of South America since Aug. 9, was freed Wednesday by tugs, Chilean navy sources said. Firefighter appointed Men plead to attend labor school not guilty A city firefighter has been appointed by the Lethbridge and District Labor Council to attend the annual Banff labor school next month. Larry Mead, council delegate for the International Association of Fire Fighters and acting president of the council, will attend the ses- sion sponsored by the Cana- dian Labor Congress and the Alberta Federation of Labor. It will run from Oct. 20 to 25. Courses this year will be labor and international relations, benefits, modern bargaining, the role of the Candidate search CHAMPION Nominations were to be received today for a school board representative for Champion on the Vulcan County school committee. Nominations first opened Sept. 18 but to date a can- didate has not come forward. There will be an election Oct. 16 for three seats on village council. Candidates are incumbent Alan Buchan; and newcomers Dick Brown, Keith Harris and Carl Nelson. Newcomer Martin Matlock has been elected by acclama- tion as the village represen- tative on the Carmangay, Lit- tle Bow Municipal Hospital board. labor federation and political science. General sessions will include such topics as the Athabasca oil sands and Native organizations' views of labor. The council also voted to concur in AFL president Reg Basken's appointment of Mr. Mead to the executive council of the federation and its education committee. The ap- pointment was made follow- ing the resignation of council president Fred Nowak, due to a change in his employment. Elections to fill vacancies on the labor council executive will be held at the next meeting, Mr. Mead told The Herald. The acting president reported that a federation ex- ecutive meeting approved a plan for a full scholarship to the Canadian Labor College, Three Lethbridge men charged with offences follow- ing a break-in at Acme TV, 13th Street N. on Sept. 15, will appear in provincial court Oct. 9 for setting of trial date. The men were in court Wednesday and pleaded not guilty to their respective charges. Michael Duane Emard, 23, of 59 Bridge Villa Estates, is charged with break, enter and theft and possession of stolen property; Felluccis Potocn- jak, 28, 1311 1st Ave. N., is charged with possession of stolen property, and Luciano Pizzengrilli, 33, 1205 Lakewood Road, is charged with possession of stolen property. A four man, Leonard Fink, 35, of 525 Stafford Drive, charged with possession of stolen property, reserved his election and plea. One-year termination urged for prescriptions EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta Medical Association has called for a one-year termination date on all prescriptions. A resolution recommending that measure was passed at the AMA's annual meeting after delegates were told that prescrip- tions are still being refilled long after they are needed and often even after the prescribing physician has died. Dr. B. P. 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Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2202 BROWN Passed away in the city on Thursday, September 26. 1974, Mr. George Brown Sr. at the age of 85 years, formerly of 1101 19th St. S.. beloved husband of the late Mrs. Katherine Brown. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2201 SHIELDS Lulu B., passed away in Cardston, September 25, 1974, in her 88th year. Predeceased by her husband, William C., and one infant daughter, she is survived by one daughter and eight sons. Funeral arrangements to be announced when completed. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangements. C2198 MERTZ William John, beloved husband of Mrs. Rosina Mertz of Stirling pass- ed away in The Raymond Hospital on Tuesday, September 24th, 1974 at the age of 73 years. Funeral ser- vices will be held in the Stirl- ing L D.S. Chapel on Friday. September 27th at p.m.. Bishop Marvyn Hogenson of- ficiating. Friends may meet the family in the Relief Socie- ty Room from p.m until service time Interment will follow in The Stirling Cemetery. If desired friends may make donations to The Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Building. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral service. C2199 182 YEARS OLD The Old Farmer's Almanac was written 182 years ago. DEATH CONLEY Passed away in the city on Monday, September following a brief illness, Mr. George Alexander Conley at the age of 78 years of Vauxhall, belov- ed husband of the late Mrs. Ruth Evelyn Conley. The late Mr. Conley was born on March 21, 18% in Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A. He attended schools in Bay Mills, Michigan; Sault Ste Marie and London, Ontario; Grass Valley, Portland, Oregon; Boston, Massachusetts; and Clachan, Ontario; moving out west with his parents in 1910 to Alderson, Alberta, where his father farmed and owned a livery stable. He attended Mount Royal College in Calgary from 1915 to 1918, moving to the Scandia district with his parents in 1920 where he began farming. He married Ruth Evelyn Lockrem on January 16, 1933. Leaving Scandia in 1953, he worked for the P F R.A. in Vauxhall. and in Brooks during the construc- tion of the Trans Canada Highway. Then taking up residence in Suffield, he was employed with the Suffield Experimental Station for seven years until his retire- ment in 1962. He was a life member of the Brooks Masonic Lodge No. 73 receiv- ing a 50 year Jewel. An avid sports fan he played with and coached the Scandia baseball team in the early 20's. He was also an active member of the Suffield Community Club and Dart Club He and his wife moved to Vauxhall in December 1973 and became active members of the Senior Citizens Club. He was predeceased by his wife Ruth Feburuary 14, 1974 and by three children. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Robert (Carol) Poynton and five grandchildren all of Vauxhall. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Friday, September 27, 1974, in Parkview United Church, Vauxhall, with Rev. L. Thurston of St. Peter's Anglican Church, Taber, and Rev A. McKay officiating. Interment will follow in the Vauxhall Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the church from 12 o'clock noon until prior to the time of ser- vice. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361 C2200 CARDS OF THANKS EARL We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our friends and neighbors who were so kind and generous to us during our loss of Tom. Special thank you to the staff of St. Michael's Hospital. Lust, Liptak and Gibbs family. 2601 JOHNSON We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to friends and relatives for the floral tributes, card and donations at the time of the passing of our dear husband, father and grandfather. Special thanks to all who took part in the funeral service and the Relief Society ladies; also the doctor and hospital staff. Johnson and family. 2622 EARL On behalf of myself and Melissa I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to those who sent cards, flowers and donations; the pallbearers, ladies of the church who provided the lunch, Father Fields, Father Svenkey and the staff of St. Michael's Hospital. Your kindness and generosity has made these dif- ficult times a little easier to bear. and Melissa Earl 2600 Whitlam to visit Canada OTTAWA (CP) Autralian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam will confer with Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau during a two-day in- formal visit to Ottawa Oct. 4- 5, it was announced Monday. A statement from Prime Minister Trudeau's office said final details of the Whitlam visit have not been completed but that talks will cover "current topics of mutual interest WIN FREE TICKETS To the Opening Night Performance of this Spectacular Event! 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