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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta emonamS' births TODD-Jason Gregory Todd, born April 15th, 6 pounds 7 ozs. St. Michael's Hospital, Leth-bridge. A brother for Stephanie and Pamela. Insured. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Todd, Leth-bridge. 62 HENINGER - Mr. and Mrs. Art Heminger of Magrath are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby boy, bom to them April 14, 1970. Proud grandparents aire Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hen-inger of Foremost and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cook of Magrath.^ 105 deaths HALE - Passed away suddenly at the residence on Friday, April 17th, 1970, Mrs. Rachel Hale, aged 88 years, of 956 14th St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. Tom Hale. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C7589 ALLEN - Passed away in the city on Tuesday, April 14, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Claire Gertrude Welby, aged 74 years, of 1244 8th Ave. S. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. in the Assumption Parish Church, with Rev. Father R. deBflly celebrant. Interment will follow in the family plot in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, C7588 death ALCORN - Wallace S., passed away in the city Thursday, April 16th, 1970, at the age of 69 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Anna Alcorn of 1607 10th Ave. Si Mr. Alcorn was born in Minnesota, lived in Shelby, Montana for 32 years. He was a mechanical operator in Shelby for over 20 years. He moved to Lethbridge when be retired in 1962 and was residing here at the time of his passing. He was a member of the Church |'of Christ and belonged to the Masonic Lodge of Shelby and Cutbank .Montana. Survivirs besides bis loving wife are two sons, Robert of Long Beach, Calif, and Martin Vandenburg of Condor, Alberta; three daughters, Mrs. Alvin (Audrey) Howery of WWtlash, Montana, Mrs. Glen (Jeanette) Crow of Barons and Mrs. Frank (Jennie) Ferguson of Lethbridge; 13 grandc h i 1 d r e n; one greatgrandchild, three brothers, Sherman of Spokane,'Floyd of Dayton, Ohio as well as Harold Kniesly, also of Dayton; five sisters, Sadie Hitchen of Red-cQdff, Ruth Alcorn, .Eleanor Spe-raw, Marian Speraw and Margaret Dill all of Dayton Ohio. He was predeceased by pne sister, Mrs. Elaine Allen at Portland. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel (327 10, St. S.). Monday, April 20th, 1970 at 3 p.m. with. Rev. James Chapman officiating. Interment will folldw in the Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Cancer Fund. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C7592 USED FOR MOST Corrugated boxes made from fibreboard are used to transport more than 95 per cent of the United States manufactured goods to their destinations. death PAYNE - Burton Stowe, passed away in Cardston on Wednesday, April 15th, 1970, at the age of 63 yeans, beloved husband of Mrs. Charlotte Payne of Cardston. Mr. Payne was born in Mountain View, Alberta December 30th, 1906 and moved to Cardston with his parents in 1921. He worked with his father on the grounds and care of the temple until his father passed away and then took over the responsibility of these operations himself. He had always been an active member of the L.D.S. Church and spent his life in the service of the same. Survivors besides his loving wife are two daughters, Mrs. John (Barbara) Kristensen of Calgary and Ann Payne of Cardston, one son Del-bert of Edmonton; three grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Ernest (Leah) Pankhurst of Lethbridge and a brother, Rex of Calgary. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake L.D.S. Chapel on Saturday, April 18th, at 1 p.m. with Bishop Keith Bevans officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery, friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon prior to the service. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C7590 Deaths Yesterday Oakland, Calif.-Roger Hag-berg, 31, fullback for Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Western Football Conference several years ago; when his car crashed into a guard rail. New Haven, N.Y.-James Anthony (Rip) Collins, 65, who played first base for St. Louis Cardinals during the 1930s. DEATH v KINSEY --RoUo Wuiiam^ passed away suddenly at Ms home in Raymond on Wednesday, April 15, 1970, at the age of 78 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Sarah Lavern Kinsey of Raymond.. Mr; Kinsey was born in Payson, Utah and came to Canada and southern Alberta with his parents in 1902 living at the Bar K 2 Ranch. He re--| ceived his education in Raymond and Provo, Utah and then returned to work for -the Knight Sugar Co. Here he excelled in calf roping for branding purposes and in competition of hind leg roping of 25 calves his time has never yet been equalled, He had rbped before the Prince of Wales, Governor General of Canada and for Charlie Russel well known cowboy artist of Montana. Since 1929 he has farmed his own farm and has been very sue cessful in its operation. He had continued to reside on the farm and was home at the time of his passing. Left to' mourn his passing besides his loving wife are three sons, Dick and Bill of Raymond and Bob in Los Angeles, Calif, and one daughter Mrs. Michael (Morjorie) Clanfield of Lethbridge; seven grandchildren, two brothers Bert of Salt Lake City and Shirley of Raymond; one sister Mrs. George (Lucille) Paris of Seattle, Wash. Funeral services will be held in the Taylor Stake L.D.S. Chapel on Saturday April 18th at 2 p.m., with Bishop Ronald Watson officia ting. Interment will follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery, Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the lounge room of the church. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C7591 SICKS' LETHBRIDGE BREWERY LTD., LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA What famous beer label has 3 crows a dog a rabbit a train a biplane,!! six Indians? For years, we've been providing a beautiful mural, suitable for refrigerating, with every bottle of beer. It's a thing of beauty, all right, but we'll have to be honest about ft. The label's just a front. The real masterpiece is inside the bottle. And it's traditional. Beer brewed slowly and naturally in the good old-fashioned way. We don't know much about art, but we know what you like. Pitsner AFTER THE FAMOUS FORMULA OF THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE DEATH BOUFFARD - Passed away March 28, 1970, Mrs. Angelina Bouffard, ftged 89 years, at the University Hospital, Edmonton, after a lengthy illness. She was a resident of Lethbridge for 29 yeans, having come here as a bride in 1914. She was predeceased by her husband, her son and a baby daughter. She leaves to mourn her loss her daughters, Miss Louise Bouffard, home in Drayton Valley, Alta., Mrs. Fred (Aloe) Krek-lau, Surrey, B.C., Mrs. Walter (Peggy)- Austin, Langley, B.C. and Mrs. Larry�(Berny) Le-CHair, Surrey, B.C.; 33 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held in St. Anthony's Catholic Churcn'in Drayton, Valley, conducted , by Father Lynch on ApjrI-4, 1970. Burial, Drayton Valley' Cemetery. Connelly Mc-Kinley Funeral Directors of Edmonton were in charge of arrangements. .106 CARDS OF THANKS FREEK - I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to those who, through the past months and while I was confined in hospital, sent flowers and cards and for the many deeds of kindness. May God especially bless each one. Mrs. Mabel A. Freek TRABER - We wish to express our deepest appreciation and thanks -to the many relatives and friends for their kindness, expressions of sympathy, cards and beautiful floral tributes extended during the loss of our dear husband, father and grandfather. Thank you also to the ladies who prepared and served the lunch. -Mrs. Mary Traber, John, Frank, Henry, Bill and families. 99 FUNERALS HUPKA - Funeral service for Alexander (Sandy) Hupka, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Mary Hupka who died in the city Saturday, .April 11, 1970, at the age of 82 years, was held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with.Rev. L. Brian Jones officiating: -Pallbearers were John Romaniuk, William Nestor-uk, Al Firth, Nick Bodnaruk, Alex Palmarchuk and Glen Brown. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was incbargeofthe arrangements. SANDQUIST-Rose Croix services for Carl A. Sandquist, 65, former Lethbridge resident and president of the Coast Mortgage Company, were held recently at Wiggen and Sons Chapel at Seattle, Wash. Private graveside services were held at Ev-ergreen-Washelli. He died at Seattle April 2, 1970.1 A native of Lethbridge, Mr. Sandquist went to Seattle as a young man. He worked for The Lethbridge Herald for two summers in the 1920s while he was attending the University of Washington. From 1933 to 1954 he was vice-president in charge of personnel and advertising for the Ernest Hardware Company. He joined the Coast Mortgage Company in 1954 and became president in 1967. He was one of the founders of the Washington Mortgage Correspondents Association and served on the executive committee of the YMCA and the Seattle Mortgage Bankers Association. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Eva M. Sandquist, 1654 Magnolia Blvd. W., and'three sisters, Mrs. Dudley Field and Mrs. James Busby, both of Seattle, and Mrs. Sven Eriksson, Stockholm. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given In accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Taxation Act and of By-Law No. 2732 of the City of Lethbridge that the City proposes to undertake the works listed, both petitioned and Initiated, as local Improvements, payment to be made In accordance with the terms set forth In the Indicated local Improvement. ' Unless the ma|orlty of the owners of the lands that may be assessed therefore, representing at least one half In value thereof, petition the Council against the Initiated local Improvements within twenty-one days after the first publication of this notice, the local Improvements may be undertaken and the cost thereof assessed by the system of assessment set forth In this notice, PETITIONED IOCAL IMPROVEMENTS SIDEWALK A, Petition No. - Location SW-NL-1 s. side 5th Ave. N. B. CURB AND GUTTER SW-NL-2 SW-NL-2 From To Fronting Lot 3 & most Westerly 30' of Lot 4 plan 2988 J. K. , s. Side Sth Ave. N. E. Side 24th St. N, E/L 24th St. N. S/L 5th Ave. N. Easterly 118' Southerly 50' C. ASPHALT LANE PAVING Petition No. LP-NL-3 LP-NL-4 LP-SL-29 LP-SL-30 LP-SL-31 LP-SL-32 LP-SL-33 LP-SL-1 LP-SL-2 LP-NL-1 LP-NL-2 LP-SL-3 LP-NL-3 LP-SL>4 LP-SL-1 LP-NL-1 LP-SL-2 LP-SL-3 LP-SL-4 SIDEWALK Location Block 144, Plan 406R, 300 Block, 12th street "C" & 13th St. N. Block 151, Plan 40�R, 500 Block, 12th St. & 12th St. "A" N. Plans 3940Y, 1473FN, 6581GL, 3874P, 800 Block, 16th Street and 17th St. S. Blk. 3, Plan 2709-GS, Blk. 6, Plan 1409-HI, Blk. 7, Plan 483-GT, 1800 Blk., 14th and 15th Avenue South. Block 5, Plan 1330 GA, 800 Block, 19th & 30th Street South. Block 9, Plan 5717 HS, 2400 Block, 15th Ave. and Hth Ave. S. Block 19, Plan 88-GQ, 1100 Block, 28th St. "A" & 29th St. S. Block e. Plan 8948 HK, 7744-H0, 2100 Block, 16th Avenue & 17th Ave. South. Block 15, Plan 50 GM, 300 Block, 27th St. * 28th St. South Block 5, .Plan 8480-GQ, 600 Block, Stafford Drive fc 10th St. N. Block 1, Plan 7625 FS, Sth Avenue to 5th Avenue "A" on 13th St. N. / Block 2, Plan 7287-GO, 1700 Block, 13th Ave. & 14th Ave. S. Block 5, Plan 1357-GY, 1000 Block, 15th St. & 16th Street North Block.5, Plan 4209-GG, 500 Block, 25th Street & 26th Street S. Plan 5337-Y, 1500 Block, 9th Avenue South. Block 1, Plan 1357-GY, Block 2, Plan 8028-AU, 900 Block, 13th & 14th Street North. % Block 123, Plan 4353-S, 600 Block, 13th St. It 14th St. South. Block 38, Plan 4353-S, 300 Block, 11th St. & 12th St. South. Block 1, Plan 790-GO, 900 Block of Mayor Magrath Drive. INITIATED LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS Location S. Side 16th Ave. S. S. Side 5th Ave. N. East Side M. M. Drive. 5. Side 12th Ave. S. CURB AND GUTTER Location N. Side 3rd Ave. "A" N. S. Side 3rd Ave. "A" N. N. Side 2nd Ave. S. ' Side 2nd Ave. S. Side 26th St. S. SIDEWALK, CURB AND GUTTER From E/L Scenic Dr. E/L Stafford Dr. S/L 15th Ave. S. W/L 43rd St. S. From W/L 17th St. N. E/L 17th St. N. W/L 4fh St. S. E/L 3rd Ave. S. N/L 19th Ave. S. To Easterly 200' Easterly to lane N/L Henderson Lake Boulevard Westerly 650' To W/L 18th St.'N. W/L 18th St. N. Westerly 225' W/L 4th St. S. Northerly 515' From. W/L M. M. Dr. N/L Hth Ave. S. E/L M. M. Dr. E/L M. M. Dr. E/L^M. M. Dr. Cul-de-Sac ' Plan �373 Lots 1, 7, 8, 9. S/L 5th Ave. "A" South of 5fh Ave. "A" N/L 5th>Ave. "A" S. E/L 33rd St. S, E/L 33rd St. S. E/L 33rd St. S. S/L 5th Ave. S. S/L 5fh Ave. "A" S. S/L 13th Ave. "A" N. N/L 13th Ave. "A" N. To W/L Block 99 N/L Block 99 Easterly to lane Easterly to lane Easterly to lane J. K. fronting Southerly to lane ' s. S/L 5th Ave. S. W/L Leaslde Ave. W/L 34th St. S. W/L 34th St. S. N/L 5th Ave. "A" N/L