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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta iafrxcVay, Afrtl 11, TW IrHaMiTini PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICES aUeaths, J-unerals, jjj, i 1 Q 7M t v_xr Jhanks, ope Piux XII. Serenrili, nern' H and, until a gardener in the monas-ery, had served hii term and out of it repentant for hu "done wfaea I was not and with a great devo-joe to the saint. He broke bis right hip m a fall ast February and has been bedridden since. He b being ooked after by the monks and has a picture of "little Maria" by his bedsid.. ian Suicides wounded b the exchange of shots. The other two men an still being sougbL Police have named Serin! aa tbe leader of the four men wbo took over one floor of the Imury Versailles Hotel ia Vinefranehe last Wednesday and Thursday, holding three hostages. The gunmen eventually released two of tbe hostages and the third, a French busness-mao, accompanied them as they left the hotel in a rented car after sinrendering their weapons. They later released the last hostage and abandoned tbe car. Moonshine Booze tenement areas here, Judge E. E. (Shorty) Andrews told tbe larote board. NOTICE FORM F NOTICE Of AKNUAl MEETING 'n. IRRIGATION ACT IM (SEC. Ncake ta hereby given rkal a kg ol Hie uan ol Lea, in Irrl-gahon District wM be Md at uavM church, Laavitl, Alberta Me list ataf ol April, im K I t-m. N fcr the 11.1111 of neeaMlaljaiiel the llmgir, and the inllanr of Ita and olear Diatom al Ma 1 tistrkt. JO al Caraitoa Me Hk tn al 14 April, vh D. L. Card FeJ Manager. T Ad TO OAIMANTS N THE EtTATt OF WILLlyUJ m McCMAkY, kaa al Oral ajyldge, h fee Pi an Inn ol odJeTan er abaal M M day ol bruary, A.D. rm. AKE NOTICE aR piniea of rtnt Mm y, A.D. im a Mil Uattmor.1 ol clahM and secwrtie. held by a DENECKY (V tl BAINES B Barrister and Mkltcn .Fl Canaan TiaalBuildJig j; (or EDHX POZZI. bl utrU. nMfOOD Paaacd wwiy B TIMB.S, at tkc Thi 70 years. Bora at DejrhUM, Ha Jaauary 1, lie a me to Canad. to Tiber ia Col Ot and has raaded there he til hie ranrirg. Smima are livi ree sisters, tin. Ho.no r chs Dgleeoa of Riabey, Mn. Ada rz sher of and Kn. su Ha StaW of Edmijneao; Arthur, Labbbridge. gr unenl Bervices'will be COB- ry cted frtm Uumparifji Fv> mt ChofpeL, Tiber, en Moo- o ay, April U at p.m., with bv UK dr aber yemerial Garden. Hton- LAGGINS AprJ 1, 1MI, S jrsday, Mr. M. U (Roy) of ggias, aged U yean, of Sri Ave. N.W., Calgary. Bora k MEMORIAMS la loviDg memory S our dear Etther, Henry fan tain, who passed away (ha ril li, Mar OF THANKS The Bud Silberg u lily of Raymond, wish to Ate nk their many friends and t lor all the varioot ds of help and gills at tbe e o! the fire aad snee. Spe- thanks to Bob McWot the use of his home and also Q the ladies wbo helped uith shower. All was gratefully Jea preciated. tltl FOR SALE BY TENDER S -ST. AUGUSTINE'S MISSION HALL PROPERTY LOCATED. AT CCHINER 17 SI. and n Ave. So BEING LOTS 3J-J, Blade 1, Plan OF APPROXIMATE SIZE FronUge by Deep INCLUDING TNEIEON A OUAhSET TYPE EUILDIKG X USE SUBJECT TO CITY ZONING REGULATIONS. HIGHEST TENDCR NOR ANY TENDER NOT Essex County, Ontario, -came Alberta ia 1907 and pi the Empreai aad anto triete until moving to CaV 1 ry ia 1KI. Mr. Uaegu. is of rvhed bv two otjni, Gerald ia. d Dean, both of Calgary; HI anrldujdren- a brother, Bar- Chicago and a tarter, Mn. rm (Elsie) Bum, Cotton, aUrio. He wan predeceased his wife, Annie, oa January IKS. Services at The.Gar-n Chapel (Foster Funeral MM) 540 1C Ave. N.W., ilgary, Monday at 1 p.m., ev. Df. N. H. Mercer offi- aong. Uermeat Rockyriew m ardra of Peace, Catgary. ruse frienrfc who wish, in HI of flowers, may make a ft to' the Canadian Cancer aciety, HI 7 Ave. S.E., Cat ay Zl- rerrtftnhfred by Garry kin aol Agoet. mi tia _____ cia lITIAI-In loriiij memory passed away April 11, th( [be face we loved is missing, rhe voice we loved stilled, k place is recant in oar hearts Ihat never can be MDed lemeuibeied by mom, To aH those stut cards, flowers and natJoos to Kinrberley and dis- ,_ ct Hospital Auxiliary; also to whose tied concern helped j much during our recent be- avement. We thank you sin- rely. vjt -Edith fiiouKon c Harry and Moulton and family Bev and 'Ed Babiuk a D d wi family. '9812 t 1 wist to express y sincere thanks to the doc-ITS, nurses and staff o( the row's Nest Pass Hospital and a Michael's Hospital for tbe are and kindness extended uring my hssptUHzations. hanks also lo frieods and rela- ves for cards, gifts, floweri nd enquiries. Special thanks of i the Circle Hill, Phxher Creek" bs ulpbur Kings, Kainai Chiefs he nd RCMP hockey clubs and M all those wbo made Die bene- in it possible. -Mike Balint. v ______ M PETRO We wish to express or deepest appreciation and lacks bo tbe many relatives, :wnds and for tbe bougbtful acts of kindness, ex-ressions of cards md beautiful floral tributes ez- g coded during the recent loss of t JOT dear husband, father aid o irandfather. Special thanks to t lev. HankinBOQ and Rev. Doka L. rf Calgary, also to the ladies J >no piepjred and served the l nnch. i -Mrs. Margaret Petro, John, Jim, Margaret and families. 9789 CLOSE APRIL 3ITH INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT TELEPHONE HO-Xlf. FOR TENDERS FOR GOLF COURSE J CONCESSION I WATERTON LAKES J NATIONAL PARK ALBERTA T -ulite rl tender! for the privilege NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE MATTER of the. Estate at GEODGE HARRIS STEVENSON, late ef lha dy ol Lethbrldae, In the PraK- AAerta, retired, died a> day el October, A.D. IMf. TAKE NOTICE IM all peruna J Mvtag dalms upon the Eslate o! the abova named nwst Hie the under- signed jcllcllors by the Mi day af May, XO. 1770, a full ftitemerrl e) ttJr claims and af eecurtlSa heU by AND Of.FET n Box Tit, Lerhbridge, Alberta. g Solicitor: lor fne MmklfcTrlor It With win Armiiad. p wf. and brother JSO so 1 re la loving mem- a y of a dear, mother and giaud-other, Maria Wojtowiez, who uaed.away April 11, IMS. Two tired eyes are resting, Two willing hands are still, The one who ahrays worked so hard Is resting at God's will. ra God saw.you getting tired, tc He knew you needed rest, C His garden must be beautiful, SI He only takes me best. rte a control for operating f and lailouront concession In the c MduMnae Waterton Lakes Ne-ana Park wCI be received by jooifcihiiJant, waterion Lakes Na-nl Park tip to noon Moun. In Standard Time, Ftklay, April IT, "riia (arms ol the 'cemract will cover .period al appmlmately four and montM commencing on or baul Ihe day at May In aecn ol v years 1970, Wl, and The successful contractor -111 be re-uired lo al tact, on behalf ol Her talesty, Ihe feet approved for the Allege ol using the ooH course; j lamtrti an rooms in the goll club-ouea Includbtg toikts, shower baths I nd tedcer hi a clean sanitary i andrnon; to maMebi and onuokrv for the sale and rental af pH aojukiment and wpplles; to ol arranrjemeats. R, citn G MacFARLANE Paased Tl m Lbe city on Friday, Lprfl 10, 1970, following a gi kngttiy bteai, Robert John, E 3Z years, be-m-ed nusbarjd of Mrs. tea 6th Ave. S. Born in Carleton Place, Oatano tbe late Mr. MacFar- I to Lethbridge in PIPELINES The first oM pipetines in the nhed Stales were laid about NOTICE TO CREDITORS J AND CLAIMANTS I IN THE ESTATE OF MARY ELIZA- BETH VINEY, lete ol the City of Lethbrtdge, ki the Province ol Alberta, who died on the irth day ol January A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all person! having clllrra upon the cslale of the'-above named must Ilk the unjeitynd solicitors by the IXti day ol May, W8. a full statement ol their clalim and of xcurttiei held by them. BIO, PROWSE, MACLEAN BABK1, Canadian Bank el Commerce Building, Lethbrldge, Albertl SoUcilon tor the and Sieila. T 979Z a aaiaer goH carl rental servke, md to operate a resleuranl m me heMoae. If the contractor h quail- ied, he will be permitted to give goH essaei te the aubrk. Revenue from Ihe operation of Sne pro shop and the restaurant will lo the Contractor. However, he be required to pay a percentage e? his graa receleet from the, opera: ion ol me golf cart rental to be entred en Tenoen'should be ackiressed to Contrectj Admkihtralor, Nationaland Historic Parks Branch, Department of Indian Affairs and HuMlMin OeNTlop-mant, in Customs BvlMIng, Cal9ary 71, Albertl, wUh the envejaoa nrom-tnanftv endorsed "TENDER FOR S5LD COURSE CONCESSION, WATERTON. LAKES NATIONAL The to be made iveltobh. ccndttlcns to be carnofled wtlti; terms of ooree-mert on) the kesb a, which the con-oeskn will be awarded may be ob-telnad from Stpermtendenl, VJater-ton Lakes Niflnl Pirk. Wafcrton LHuM, Albarti, or from "The Csn-SS' Admlnlrtrator, national and Historic Parks Branch, Department ol Indian Affairs and Northern Development, in Customs BulWtng, H, AH Interested persons are to otatili These particulars, as will be considered untessec-companlad .by'an the requjred War-John t. NfcH, National' and HWork Parti Branch-turknil and HMcrtc Partu iranch. of Indian Aflain and NerfMrn tellowrflg his diacbaree Tom the RCAF. Be was a wtfl kwrro tOTs star in Ontario and southern Alberta, and for the past seven] yean. was an accountai with Lctfabridge Qraereve Products. Beside, bis krviog wtfe, Ina, he is sur-Tired by one dauber, Mil. Catherine HaeKenzie of Lethbridge and one granddaughter, Miss Carohne IftfKnrrif; one aster, lire. Donald (Jean) Cameron of Bale d'Urfe, Qoe-bec and one brother, Wilham Uoyd IlacFarlane of San Francisco Therfuneral service will be beU on Tuesday al p.m. in the Memonal Chapel, 103 13th St. N., witti Her. Dr. R. W. K- EKrjtt-officiafjing. u> tennent wiB fcDow in the FwW of Honor, Moan tain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral 'Service. Gets I Out Of Tii OTTAWA (CP) Tbe.Com-HOTB question period took a KW tan this week when a irMnber of the opposition gate Prime Minister Trudew some news about a government department John Diefenbaker (PC -Prince Albert) seemed to get a big bang out of the turnabout The former prime minister, staH a star attraction during tbe dairy ooestiun period, began the exchange with a r e 1 a 1 i v e 1 y straightforward question about .JOHN DQTENBAKER "special actnr to deal with the targe nnmber of letters being received on the white paoer contajning OK government's proposed tax changes. He asked Mr Trudean whether this special action was being taken to dear the back log of totters, which he under-staid Dtnrbered about Mr Trudean said be knew oi DO particular h deal with "the very encoorag l kg raponse" to the white pa per. Amid heavy oppostboi langhter he said the tann "ver: enduing" 1 autnber of Mtera, not their con 3ig Bang I rnabout i He also said the gcmnmai las been vaxfacatod in its be- ief Uial the white paper would 'involve many, many Cam- 1 bans m ite process of this re- torm." REPLIES QUICKLY To that, Mr. Diefenbaker slut track; "There is nothing Hke'the letermination that from fespair." And then be went on to teD Mr. Trudeau about tbe "special action" be referred to within lie finance department to NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND" CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF ELLEK MIDDLETON, late of the Vlllaoe of Carmangiy, In the" province oT Alberta, who died on the day of i A.D. TAKE NOTICE that all persona hev-Im claims uoco the estate of the abeve named must with undiilpiod Scncltora by the IJth day at MeyTrne, a full itatement of dalme and of -curHte heH by them. 1 PATERSON JAC06SON j 'a World 1 MeyorMagrirti Drive i LaTnbfldge, Alberta 1 for the -S AdmWftralor, WALTER THOMAS MIDDLETON ft Customers Call The Shot ST. LOUIS CAP) Betten-dorf-Rapp, which operate 31 supermarkets here, polled Us 1 customers as to whether they prefer trading stamfps or tower prices. Tbe firm said Friday the vote was 6 lo 1 for toning out 5 stamps .and that the stores will be closed Monday and Tuesday H for putting new about y two per cent tower-on n items. Wheat Crop Down i Passed away suddenly ia Coakfale on Friday. April 10, am, 'Herman Tl.'years, betoped husband of lire. Marie Traber ot 2114 19th Street, Ooajdale. Bon m Swterlaod in IM, tfae late Mr. Traber came to Picture Batte in and in moved to In. be wk up residence n and hu resided, there onffl his pasiDg- He was a past member of tbe Coaldaa, Hospital Beside, iu loving wife, Marie, be B mr-Tived by four BOOS, John of Lonrjon, Orjtario, Frank of Ooai-aale, Henry of Calgary and Bffl of Taber; 10 gradcbei-dreo; -two sisters and one brother, an to Switzerland. Tfae brent service wffl be heW on Monday at p.m. in the Meaabnrte Bretfaren Church, OoaUale, with Rev. D. J. Fankratz officiating. Ir-mnart I will Wtow in the CoaJoate Cemetery. Thote iwho wish t may pay their respect! at Hie i Manorial Chapel, 701 1Mb St i N. Phone: Marti, Bros. Ltd., Directors tt Fu-oeral BURTON Ambron 1 of Be 11 era e, be-i loved hrBbaod of Mn. Elli BtffbDiily p I hi th 1 m Crowsneat i Hospital, Friday, April 10 1 im, at age H years. He wn I, bora in CafUetown, County o 1- Durham, England on Jme a e 1W2 and came to Canada i l 1S27 to Wayne, Alberta, wher e he worked in the coal nunea n In W28, he moved to BeDevu where he has resided since. H x married Eua Padgett in Blab T more to 1S3. He worked hi tt Bellevue West Caiiadian Co lieries mines until an then worked as a jannor the M.D. McEachera" Scho (or nine yean, retiring ia IM [He WM a member of U Masonic Lodge and the Can dian Legion (BeDevue Brand) or He serviced In the Caoadli n Armed with the Roy an Canadiao Artillery, serraag kv (he United Kmgdom, evntine tal Europe from ItN to IM C. He pmJeteased by h kor brothen, Arthnr doring tl at- First World War and Wfflla P. and Hs parenU k tt at land. Survivors lachafe t wife Eua of Beflevue; one 9 re William of Hfficrot; o daughter, Mrs. F. (Lily) C its toiao of Blairmore; at ept grandchiidreTi; one aiater M thi and one brother George nd England and another brotfi si- Alfred hi Toronto. Funeral Jtfl vices win bf held ta the Bel ite rue United Chnrch on Mondi A. April 1) at p.m., w Rev. HaroM G. Coward o IM dating. CremaUon.will folk the No flowen by request Faa me Chapda Ltd., b k cbarfe. the prime minister aware, Mr. Kefenbaker asked, that tbe special project for an-, cwrring the mail, including the hiring of chartered scorjuntants and ecoDBtnierX .was being es-tabosned at cost of for a three-month period? Mr. Trudeau said be was not aware of this but it wasn't a waste of money to comroura-cate Witt the Canadian people on a subject such aej this. Mr. Diefeobaker grinned as be sat down. -A apokesman (or Finance Minister 'Edgar BOMB said later tile special unit to deal with the was es-tabtisbed- about a month ago and ha> been answering letten at a rale of 600 a day. Wnfle it was lattery that aD tbe appropriated would be' spent, he said this amount war. asked for because it wan not known how tag the heavy Sow of mail wMkl The spokesman said, many a tile letteii being ivueiwd an highly technical and raw ttat rrquire a detailed and edwiited response. For Ua purpose, experts bad to be re tatned. The backlog, said the spokesman, ia being ankkly reduced AD k afl, it was a big day. j the House far Hr. Diefenbaker Attacking the errrernroent' hate biH, he tu it couU be Died "to stifle thoo who write tint wtart tfae got emmeot does not NOTICE TO CREDfTORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estafe of CHARLES ASHLEY CLEVELAND late ol the CHy rf Lelh-brUge, ki the Province of Aleerta, died on the 1 donment of passenger servict by CP Rail and Canadian N'a oonal Railways has beer blenched by Canada's railwnj onions, representing em t A memorandum circulate! Monday among railway worker by the Canadian Railway Laba Association recommends tha ,1 they advise their locals to torn rj joint action comnuttees in com munibjes where hearings on ap Ti pucfftkms for abanrjonment ar being heH by the Cenadia j UauBuurt commissioc. id .CP Rail and the CNR hav t. SDnmrtted 31 appbcateons f a discontinuance of iXer-city ar regional passenger services l u rariom parts of the country. g] The rattwayf riairoed tass April a, IOT. T KtnsiMre OevELOPMENT ffliiflif..i frao ijRiif.i.itmlijy tjaoe the laietyiiii Mam itao EJggestfd (ha lajfiiinali'i eBabajaTAdor leavi ejtGfjrmJMy. Bejfore leaTlig Seasd denrered stil rotaet totaegoTernmen dktrgiBg rt "did not find i let! in i poaitjoB to protect Ui aigheat Germa rtprraenUtiv nd Dm his life." HovcVer, nMde tt cirar torn TOH be i forratl break oi relations. Voa Spreti'i widow, her thn cUdnn and the count'a broUx llew Bom wltt Squadron 1 e Plan Scrapped 1 OTTAWA (CP) The del ence department has cancelle plan to establish a CF L f igntex-boinber sqaadrom j Chatham, N.B., inforrce .i sourcei said Thursday, j Tbe caocellatioD wai mad some time ago but never ai .j, ooumd. The decision reduces to tn j from three the number of CF J floaadrons to be H two scniadrone are to be at otviHe, Qoe, and CoM Lak Alia. J" The Chatham base win 1 used for CF-S gunnery DiefeDhaker, e Ihe bi reached debate on third read bog k the Commons, qnestM ed its conBtatuboDahty and nnl ed it with Information Canad and the Canadian Tjdio-Tetev sion Oonrnissioc ai an "aasau j on freedom." 5 He i described R ai "panic Trudeau "when In was a men ber of the socialist party" ai e when the piinie iialuKter was j. rceraber of .the Dean Maxw genl at. tMter n naral rewrve m ten aed J. W. .rti Drafer, ot Tortjnto, ia sen air roaem Mrnan-. Ji The appijeUuguta. April 1, cctteide with the sion to pot afl atibtia ny- onder Mobile Commarjd no d., 11 tifnl units, w. Both Omauton OUad i d Brig. -On. Draper are ream Me te the chief of defence si through the seoior reaerre fo T adraer, WiDiain Jn, Howard, 51, of Catgary. Ah- reserve! will conti ander Mobile Command, nerral naerrt. Jl Dancers'. Careei In Doubt WINNIPEG Mackirnon, principal danc ht with the Roj-aJ Winnipeg B let has received emergency 9 k gery to an Injured knee whi her professional futu er- ajncertam. )e- The baTlet company anpna iy, ed today that Miss M.ckawx In ittd duiccd pen Bi- tent trouble bunrfe rw, both kneai, injured her ri on knee fai rehecrsala before tanr the temm 1 71 Firing Squads te Execute 50 HONG KONG (AP) Cor rs muaist Chinese firing squat at executed. 50 persons- includi some women, old men and ch last week in Kwangtui crj province's Fo An County, atr et. als from the province adjoin is- Hong Kong reported today. T to victims mure accused of beii countcr-revolutJoTiaries, spl< nr and "comipten" who otter bribes to Comrounist oflicia tba aourcei ;