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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS April 4, TOt UTHMIOCI HttALD _ 2t HJSINESS FOR SALE. Return 'over W.OOO. Invenlory kwest- Sinl Box 57, HeraM. SCHWAUTZ AGENCIES ES1ABLISHED WO luitrljl prcpertrK lo- in Aloerta. FBI, cor servkt, at compel Trusl 7i CONTtACTS FMD CEMENT 2 baairnenri wafer proofing. Btlmates. Phon. or CEIWENT Ave. S. N THE MATTER of the EttoM ZJKTIN OLSEN ute city of ethbrldge, In Al- who on or day of July, A.O. AKE NOTICE that ati Ing claims uton Estaje tha bove named, nral Ilie un- gned Solkitois by the lfh dw ItW, a full Mr cUlmt and of HcorttM "d by STRINGAM, DtNKKY AND BAINES Canada Trust Xilldhij SarrKteri and Solkrlors oikiSf JOHNSWI, for the Will ot MARTIN rxsEN, deceuad. Tami' are pleased to e the birth of a daugh- er, Cynthia Mariko, on March 5 1970. Proud grandparents JJT and Mrs. K. Omotani and ta and Mrs. Cnarks Wakelea Sr.'of Lethbridge, great-grand- pareots HALF TOK TRAVEL fOK ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 The ftfWwto applkatlon for a wprcvad by the Municipal Planning S to home occupation phone service only for ianltoflal work and land- scape gardener at IB 12 Street TILE. CEMENT WORK, arwitwns. Phor. J and RAVEN 9th1ST H CARPENTER AND CEWEKT WORK flower and oarden after 6 p.m. WO-KA affected by the saM oV blon may appeal such dechim tolje Development Appul Board ty delhfr ering either pSoneliy or by Regis- tered Mall, a Hjlement of the appeal to the Secretary of the Oe- AppMl Board to reach Ml _.Ve In me City Ball net later than April 15, Ifro. T. Kanashlrb DEVELOPMENT OFFICER AJI KUMPUS ROOMS AND Siirel Phone 33W3W. BASEMENT WORK, FENCES. OARAGES nlwlred, Odd lobs. Phor or Res. 327-ntf. PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER Mr. and Mrs. T. Uatsumoto of Taber. 9436 DEATHS CHIEF BODY-Alfred, pass- ed away Fort Macleod on Thursday, April 2, 1970, age 22 vears. Rtcx'.ved his schooling to the St. Paul's School at Stand ad and also helped bis father farm. Sunivors include his par eots, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Chief Body; two brothers; four sis- ters; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chief Body and Mr. FUNERAL MANNlON-Funeral service for George Manntoo, T2, who died ia Fenie Memorial Hos- pital, was held in the Natal Fu- r-ral Home with Rev. L. M Trainor officiating. Interment was in Natal Cemetery. Born in Hindsford, Lancashire, Eag land, May 7, 1897, he came to Canada in IMS, and took up residence in Michel and Spar- wood where be moved to in re- cent years and had resided un- til his death. He was einptoyed by Crowi Nest Industries and had worked inside tbe mine as a'miner and on the surface for a period of 41 years, until his retirement in 1960. A veteran of both world wars, be was a member of Michel Natal CARDS Of THANKS I MEM6R1AMS NORDEN-We would like to express our sincere KIICU iu our mother, Mrs. Carrie her stay in the hospital. Thanks also to the many friends and relatives' who sent her cards and flowers; also for the sympathy cards, floral and other tributes; and to those who helped in any way during our recent bereave-1 meet. Norden family. 9396 How sweet their memory still, But death bat left a kneli ness, Tbe world can never fill. -Ever remembered by dau- ghter Pearl, LaMar, grand- children and dad. M01 OLIVER In loving mem- Boards Spring Crime Payment lv THE CANADIAN PRESS (totalling One was for In August, in a rural la a young man Heied area rf northern Saskatco- in the head and stomach in a ewan, the and seven place of entertainment in brothers and sMers of Phyllis katoon POO for pain Peterson were shot and killed faring, the remainder for legal oy a madmaii. and medical costs and toss of Little Phyllis, sole survivor wages. His assailant sot t Jail of the was the I sentence, innocent victim of a crime. CODE COULD HELP Whether such victims should Manitoba is considering en- receive compensation from the actment of a general citiien state is a question that has code which presumably would been under study by govern- deal with compensation of la- ments for many years. cocent victims of crime, but 90 Saskatchewan thought they far no action has been taken, should, and in October of 1967 The Attorney General Act pro- set up a crime compensation vides for compensation to board, the first m Canada, sera injured while assisting po- BrKain and New Zealand pre- licemn. There have been no viously had established claims and no awards under lar boards. I ory of a dear mother and grand- HOSKINS Sincere thanks mother, Elizabeth Ann, who to all our friends and relatives passed away April who helped in any way during I Like falling leaves the years our sad bereavement. For pass by, POOIE CONSTRUCTION IIMITED CONSTRUCTION MANAGER TO THE UNIVERSITY Of LETHBRIDGE Invite Tenders for Precast, stressed Double Tees tor Phase T of the New University ot Arthur Healy, all of Standoff. Funeral service will be held in the St. Catherine's Roman Cath- olic Church, Standoff on Mon- day, April 6th at a.m. Kev. J. Joly officiating. Inter saat in the Standoff Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by flowers, cards, gifts of food and But love and memories never o those helped strve the Eden's Funeral Fort Hacleod. Home Ltd., Snow Wing Specifkations ma uSd by contacting the Tenders to be submiltri not later than 2 Noon, April 10, WO. Lc.esl or necesserlly accepted to ta ary-Trenurer, M.D. Cirdston, Vo. "ot c'ardYton No. TENDER vm win be Accepted for of requirements for the yei Tenders marked "University of Lethbrldsie. Project One Double will be rec.lv.d urlll 3M p.m. mountain Standard Time on April 21, TOO by Pook Construction Limited at the Site AdminntrilBn Of- fice, West Lettibridse, Alberta. Tender Comments may be obtained from the Office of Pook Construction Limited, Site Administration Office, West Lethbridge on or after Aoril 1, im upon deposit of Certified Cheque In Iheamount of ilBO.OO made payable to The University ol Ltthbrldge. The deposit will be refunded upon rerun good order within 14 days of Tender Closing. Tenders will Certified cheque ALLSOPP James, of Belle- ue beloved husband of Mrs. Leah AUsopp, passed away in be accompanied by e or a >U (ond for (Ids wm be accepted for the supply year 1OT cennieo w an amount equal to 10 per cent .ot the EwSt or an, fender -III not necessarily be accepted. Construction UmHtd, P.O. Box M. LETHBRIDGE, Alberta. i not necessarily branch of the Royal Canadian Legion for 27 years, and held various positions in the Michel Aerie to the Fraternal Order of Ebgta7thTMicheWJaUl PAOB Oddfellows, and Micbe! Local United Mine Workers of America, holding the position as vice-president of the local union at ihe time of his retirement Surviving are his wife, Mary Arm of Sparwood; one son Mickey ot Natal and.one daugh- ter Mrs. John (Irene) Galla of Sparwood. Pallbearers wer llike Galla, James Grocutt, An- undi, our special thanks. Precious forever, are memor 'hacks also to the doctors of ies ot you, he Bigelow-Fowler Clinic, the I Today, tomorrow and all life staff of St. Michael's Hospital nd the Ediih Cavell Nursing Home staff for the kind care and consideration given the late Mrs. Hoskins. Special thanks to Rev. the drowsnesT Pass Hospital Friday, April at the age of 67 years. He was born in lucknall, Nottirghamshire. England July 1902 and came _, to Canada, settling in Bellevue, where he has lived since. He married Boutbillier in Blairmore, August 1928. He was a member of the UHWA and tbe Canadian Legion in Belle- vue. He was employed with West Canadian Collieries Mine until bis retirement in 1954. He was predeceased by a brother dv Galla, -Thomas Findley, Stan Boulstridge and Robert Martin die, through. remembered by Golden; Doris, Brian Linda and dad. and MOO Eskdale. this section. Since 1967, a Croat Canada in British Columbia, Survey by The Canadian Press I question, is under what the at- stwws, Afcerla has appointed tomey general's department such a compensation board and calls "continual study." be heard at the hairing. Persons nd day of November, requiring to be heard at the meeting Take notke trial all persons having submit briefs to the Development claims upon tbe estate of the above OH'cer not later than April 7, 1170. named must file with the undersigned The'application for development and by Ihe 3nd day ot May, 1970, a Mil suoporting oata may be inspected In statement of their claims and ot the City Hall In the Office ot the rules hem by them. FLEMING, NEVE KAMBEITZ 4 POTITNGER I Solicitors for the Executor) TOO Texaco Building, Development Officer. Dale: April 2, ItTI T. Development Offta -vj 6th Avenue Calgary, Alberta. W., NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT Of HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT In the Estate.of CHARLES ASHLEY I CLEVELAND late of the City uf Leth- SEALED TENDEBS will bridge, hi the Province of Alberfj, who by Ihe undersigned up to 11 0 clocx died on the day ol March, A.D. standard Time onTuesday, Apr 21, lor the comtructlon of rh TAKE NOTICE that all persons having following work: tlu ETr.k.A fj .KB ,11. claims upon the Estate of the above named must file the undersigned by the lltti day of May, AD. 1978, a Ml statement 'of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON W1UIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 301 Canada Trust Buiid'ng Leftbrrdge, for the Extcutrlx. lowing work: Highway 41, r s. ol Hew VI m Hi ft. ol New BrUden ta Mile to Mile K.a Grading, Gravel Surfacing Other Work Approximate Tom in Bi'Uevue in March by his mother in 1932 and by The city's Municipal Plan- bis father in 1937, both in Bel-lning Commission receni; Jevue, and four brothers in Eng- turned down an application by land. Survivors include his wife Mrs. Matilda Perich who re- Leah (Curly) of Bellevue; one quested permissirjo to establish daughter, Mrs. A. (Betty) Braz- a dog kennel at 1218 3rd Ave. 'A zoni in Winnipeg; two sistes, Mrs Ada Christie in Bellevue The police and health author and Mrs. B. (Mable) Higgins, Hies are to be noiiiied of the Parksvilie, B.C. and two grand- MPCs action, children. Funeral services will The application was turned be eooductr-i from the Bellevue down because tbe MPC felt a United Church, Monday, April dog kennel was not suitable for e at 2 Har- a residential area for health old Coward officiating.' Inter- reasons and that it would pos- roent will follow in tbe Pass- sjbly contravene tbe noise by- burg Cemetery. Fantin Chapels jaw. Ltd.. is in charge. Mrs. Perlk-h fold UK MFC C7354 she had 15 chihuahuas which she kept in the house eicept DILWORTH Alma Anna, for a half hour or so in the assed away in St. Vincent's summer when she let them out Hospital, Pincher Creek on into her yard for a run. She Thursday, April 2, 1970, at the said she was trying to seU the age ot 72 years. Born in County pups but planned on keeping of NVibles, Minnesota, U.S.A. five or six of the larger dogs. June 1897. Came to with Mrs. Perich was told there her parents in 1906, farming at were many letters of objection Gull Lake, Sask. January 1915, to the proposed kennel, she married the late William One neighbor complained of Robert Dilworth. Moved to the noise, the odor which em- Pincher Creek in 1942, where anated from the house when she was active in community the doors were opened, the yak- affairs; member of the Trinity king dogs .and the odor from Aiherao Church, president of the burning barrel when tbe oog the Old Age Pensioners and a droppings were burned, life membcv of the Ladies Aux- The MPC was fold that at diary of the Canadian Legion one time there were between ranch No. 43, Pincher Creek. 130 and 40 dogs kept m the Predeceased by her husband in house. "At one time they ran ifay 1S30; two sons, James do a lot of tbe MPC lobert and Herman Clifton in 1 was told. tbe Second World War. Left to Tbe MPC is going to ask mourn her passing are three council to rescind a previous iaughters, Mrs. Orville (May) motion that required all bouses passed away April 5, 1967. Years may pass and fade But memories of you will always stay. remembered by lus wife and family. OLIVER In loving memory of our dear mother and grand- mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Oliver, TOO passed away Apnl through. remembered and a I ot rape. There are no limits, but in practice the avard is not I high. So far. about has been awarded of 36 appKca- Phyllis Peterson, now sevenltjons. PAID TO GUARDIAN sadly missed by his lov- ing wife, daughters, sons and grandchildren. nvn years old, was among the first The board provides kgd Bid claimants under Saskatcne- far victims without funds, wan's legislation. In January of I A typical case was t h e this year she was awarded board's first, decided last Dec. 000, paid to her through her 3. legal guardian, a trust com- A man claimed for a- pany, at the rate of a juries received when he went month. No account was taken to the aid ot a policeman be- of tbe child received ing beaten by tiro men. He through public subscriptions. AumnOK for nain ml 9141 The board, made up of claimed damages for pain and I suffering and. for lost wages inC UOOlu, HKlUe Up Ul aluldurfi OJAJ- IUJ housewife, a farmer and a law- and rental of his taxi while flfl yer, so far has made 32 awards I work. He swas awarded Exports Leap In February 5, 1965. Resting where no shadows fall, In perfect peace she awaits us all. remembered by per daughter, Ruby and Earl Logan; grandchildren, Dartene and George 'Woo Oliver Logan, Howard, Eva Logai. MEHEDEN In loving mem- 5 v3r. ory of a dear as on, George wop 4 passed away 5 April 5, 1967. i I often sit fand thini of vsyou, and of the -way you died, Many times I I've longed for times I've cried, many My heart aches for you, my tears often flow, For what it meant to lose you, no one will e know. remembered and sadly missed by his moth- Mrs. Elizabeth rMehe- OTTAWA (CP) The value of Canadian exports in Fdmi- ary ran more than 12 per cent ahead of the same month in 1969, at compared to a year ago, the Donanion Bureau of Statistics reports. __ Total exports in tbe first two months of 1970 were 15 per cent ahead of 1569, with a value of compared with in January and February last year. Gains were recorded in sales to almost all major trading paitoers. Value of shipmc'.its to the United Kates, which takes about TO per cent of all Cana- dian exports, advanced a slower rate than the total. February exports to the United States picked up by aV most six per cent to from a year earlicv. The two-month tally was up by eight per cent to from Japan.bought less in Febru- ary than a year compared with the two-month total was up to from Exports to the six-nation Eu- ropean Common Market were ahead strongly to from for February and1 to from for the first two months of the year. Sales to West Germany alone were up to from for February and to from for the two months. Australia doubled its Febru- ary purchases to to rank fiffi among Canadian cus- tomers behind West Germany. Two-month total of exports to Australia was up to from in 1969. 'Pass Area Plans Protest Brief On Highway Project NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE Fstale ot EDNA AMELIA WOBICK, of the City of Leth- brkfoe, In the Province of Alberta, who died on the 1st day ol March, A.D. 1WO. TAKE NOTICE thai all persons having claims upon of the above named must file wift the undersized by the llltt day of May, A.D. 1970, Ml s'alement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barrlslfrs and Solicitors 2C1 Trust Building Lethbrldae, Alberta. Solicitors (or the Extcuior. Klvei lu J. vi Milt 133W '0 StaWlfied Gravel and Other Wort Approximate Quantities, Course Tons ot Gravel I.ISMN Ton Miles Haul (3) Protect P.R.110. Jet. Kwy. n to little. Sow Park Mile 000 to Mile 12.11 Asphaltlc ConcreU Use-Pevemer, and Other Work Approximate Ouentitles, Tons of Gravel Ton Miles Haul iu on Contracts and SpecHkatkrt may obtained the office of the Cn Construction Enoineer, HUhways Bull Edmonton, AlBerla.the of den. 9402 .VUl 1 Britain, Canada's second big- gest market, increased pur. chases to in Febru- ary from a year ear- lier. For the first two months of the year, total exports to Brit- ain were up to from in 1969. BLAIRMORE, AHa. (CP) Communities along a section of Highway 3 in the Crowsnest Pass area proposed for realign- ment will send a brief to the Alberta government opposing the province's plan. Council representatives from Bellevue, Frank and Blairmore and planners from the OWraan River Regional Planning Com- mission met here to discuss the province's proposed highway realignment through the 'Pass A report presented to the meeting said the realignment would wipe out about in assessments in the three communities, and that "several hundred thousand dollars worth of facilities" would be dis- rupted. The highway would be de- signed for high speeds and would need fences and under of overpasses where H passed through a town, the report said. The Meeting was told that an alternate route was possible to the north. of Letbbridge, Mrs. James Emily) Rainford and Mrs. Da- vid (Gladys) Kilkenny of Pinch- er Cri-ik; two brothers, Wil- iam Jansen of Rutland, B.C. and John Jansen of Gull Lake, Sask.; ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funer- al services will be held in the Pincher Creek Trinity Lu- theran Church on Monday, April 6 at p.m., Rev. K. Keller officiating. Inlerrr.ent in Brandon C e. m e tt'.-y, Brandon, Manitoba on Thursday, April 9. Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., COUKTY OF FORTY MIIE NO, 8 FOREMOST, AlBERTA Sealed Tenders will be received by the undersigned until p.m. on Tundty, April im, i no for the Ing I. gallon drums ol of. con- centration 2-4-D Esfer. oallon drerr.s of either 10 a. or M of. low volatile Ester formu- lation 1-1-0. Of'ivfry to to made F.O.I. Fore- most urn' del [very date not later than 1st, The County fH right to purchase additional qujn- titles ot accepted tender tender price. Ino. Edmonton, tS Distrkf Street N.W., Alberta, tnd the of- See of the (Shirk! Errfnwr, Adrnln- slrallon Lethorgaa, Alberta, and will be available onlyto WlvM. Dollars HM.OO) will be required copy of the Contract and For prints .wHI te upon of Twenty-Frve bM must be K- compenled by a marted cheweor STequal to IKS et Tender, fenders Pincher Creek. C7352 --.w 'Vv will be opened hi or any tender not Envelopes to "Tender on wrl be clearly marked ICTWT HI V The tonejt or any tender not neces- lly accepted. Roy R. WalFman. County ol Forty MM No. I Foremost, AlbertJ. e n, The Jowest necessarily tcOfted. r L. H, McMANUS, Depgiy of BURNED WiTH VICTIM HYDERABAD (Reuters) Villigcrs burned a man to death ion the funeral pyre of a woman he 'alleged hare as- saulted and murdered in a Til- lage In the south Indian state of Aadbra, an official report wyi, Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Aden-False! 32 former premier of South Yemen, fatally wounded he tried to escape from a deten- tion camp. Ont.-Thomaa Henry Wotte, 81. honored as the dean of OnUrw magistrates OK his retirement in 1961 after year on the bench. TtrtpU John William Bruce 94, pioneer trade unionist. Brwk, Isle WigW-Lord Shorwood, 71, Britain's wartime undersecretary of state for air, Wimrirrg-Afatair Stewart, M, of the Mani- toba advisory board on eco- nomic development ard a for- mer CC? member ol ParBa- neat far Winnipeg North. of less than square feet to be first approved by the MPC before development per- mits can be issued. The MPC is asking that the development officer be given the authority to issue develop- ment permits for houses of MO square feet and over. The action follows a meeting wilh house builders and real estate agents where H was in- dicated they favored a mix of small and medium sized hous- es in one area. The number of houses of less han square feet is rapid- y increasing. Applications are spected soon to be coming in or two-bedroom homes of only 720 square feet. Carlo Lfrand Opening AGT Plant Work Here Expenditures exceeding 000 for Ihe Lethbridge wea have been announced by Al- berU .Government Included in these develop- ments are additions to existing facilities in the Lrjltibridge of- fice construction of cable and underground cable in the southern section of the city. These additions mil men present future service re- hi this area and aro scheduled for completion ia June of tUi year. COURSE.... ONLY 5 Privpte 5 Social Practice Sessions OFFER EXPIRES 9 P.M., FRIDAY, APRIL 10th Come the opening of our newly decorated all week from Saturday, April 4 to Friday, April 10. Take advantage of this fabulous offer which we can offer -for a limited only, So act nowl Start enjoying the "fun woy of see your self-confidence build discover a new dimension in your stand- ard of living. Come One Come All! lexirn to donee now the Monte Carlo way Exnibitvofit All our instructors are professionals in the dancing field. JUST Oil OR WOTE MGHT NOW 328-9833 The best Investment you ever mode will pay off with yeori ond yeori of a richer and fulrer Wfonle Carlo 535 13th Street North Offer rut FfWMt frwhtrh Jt. Wat l frM Itt-m mr Omt O .olr if hrrhj wirti ;