Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, April 21, 1973 I I O i Jjirihs, Cards Of VLnL, Sn JM, emoriams SMITH DEATHS Friday, April 20, 1973, Harry, age 73 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Ger- trude Smith, Champion, pass- ed away suddenly in Montana. Announcements later, bv VUL- CAN FUNERAL HOME LTD. ROE Passed away at Cal- gary on Friday, April 20, 1973, Lorna of Calgary, formerly of Taber, beloved wife of Dr. R. H. M. Roe of Calgary. Ot> er survivors, four sons, Rich- ard, Stuart, Cameron and Dav- id at home; two daughters, Elizabeth and Heather at home; parents Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, Stoney Mountain, Manitoba; three sisters and one brother. Memorial services v.ill be conducted from Knox United Church in Taber on Monday, April 23, at 2 p.m. with Rev. Kenneth Morris and Rev. J. C. Daisley officiating. In lieu of flowers donations to the Taber General will be appreciated. Hospital C8910 ACORN Friday, April 20, 1973, John Frederick aged 17 years, beloved son of Ted and Sheila Acorn and dear brother of Mrs. Douglas (Col- leen) Gaab and Phyllis, Clar- esholm, Alberta. He is also sur- vived by his paternal grand- mother, Mrs. Mary Acorn, Bel- mont, Manitoba and his ma- ternal grandfather, Mr. Jack Fitzpatrick. Brandcn, Mani- toba. Born at La Fleche, Sas- katchewan, where he resided until moving to Claresholm in 1965 and was a student at the Willow Creek Composite High School until January. He was employed as a cook at the Porcupine Hills Lodge. Jackie was active in swimming, div- ing and hockey. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Christ the King Catholic Church, Clares- holm, Monday, p.m. inter- ment, Claresholm Cemetery. If desired, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation Fund, 2011 10th Avenue S.W., Calgary. LEYDEN'S FUNER- AL HOMES LTD., Claresholm Branch, Directors of Services. C8907 DEATHS MacDONALD F r i day, April 19, 1973 Mr. Simon Mac- Dcnald, aged 69 years of 832A 4th St. S. E. Medicine Hat, Alta., formerly of Blairmore, Alta. Mr. MacDonald is sur- vived by two daughters, Mrs. Jim (Diana) Gicsbrecht of Duncan, B.C., Mrs. John (Heather) Jarvis of Baden, West Germany; and five grandchildren. He was prede- ceased by his wife, Deborah, in 1966. Rev. T. J. Dunn will conduct ths funeral service in Grace Lutheran Church, Medi- cine Hat, Alta., on Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. Interment will follow in the field of honor, Hillside Cemetery, under the direction of THE PATTISON FUNERAL HOME. 1007 DEATH PAPP Passed away in the city on Friday, April 20, 1973, Mr. Nickolas (Nick) Papp, at the age of 72 years, beloved husband of Mrs. llona (Helen) Papp, 1406 12th Ave. North, Lothbridge. Funernl arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROTH- ERS LTD., Directors of Funer- al Service. C8906 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF the Estate of JOSEPH SMITH LOW, late of the Town of Cardston In the Province of Alberta, who died on the 30th day of April A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE THAT all Irv- ing claims on the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by ths 19th day of May A.D. 1973 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY AND BAINES Barristers znd 309 Canada Trust Building LethbrkJge, Alberta Solicitors for, Stubbs, Donald Richard and Robert Douglas Low Executors of the Will of Joseph Smith Low LOWE Isabella Margaret, passed away in Lethbridge on Thursday, April 19, 1973 at the of 81 years. Mrs. Lowe was born at Barrie, Ontario on August 25, 1891 and came west to Alberta with her par- ents in l-JOo and settled at Purple Springs. She later mov- ed to Lethbridge where she re- sided at the time of her pass- ing. She was a long time mem- ber of the Jack Ross Chapter of the I.O.D.E. She was an ar- dent horsewoman and she was always interested in music, singing in many choirs and playing the piano and organ. She is survived by four loving children, Pat Lowe and Prim- rose Nugis of Lethbridge and Clifford and Fred Brown of Ed- monton; 10 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Funer- al services will be held Mon- day, April 23, 1973 at 2 p.m. in the Christensen Chapel, with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiat- ing. Cremation to follow at Cal- gary. CHRISTENSEN SAL- MON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Sendee. C8903 FUNERAL DYKES Funeral service for John Mair Dykes, bslovec husband of Mrs. Caroline Ethe Dykes of 329 20th St. N. who died in the city Tuesday, Apri 10, 1973, after a long illness a' the age of 82 years, was held ai 1 p.m. Friday in Martin Bros Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Fred Deg, Joe Fleming Bob Shackleford, Ralph Ten- nant, Morris MacFarlane and Bill Kergan. Honorary pall- bearers were Dennis Clancy. Wayne Baker, Chester Mook. E. C. (Teu) Miiier, Sid lusi- and Jim Packard, Inter- ment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Brothers Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS SMYTH The family of Mrf Elizabeth Smyth wish to express their sincere thanks to the doc- tors, nurses and staff of the Cardston Hospital. Also, sin- cere thanks to the many others who helped in any way. 941 CARDS OF THANKS JOHN ROELOFS, of John's Radiator Shop, 4th Ave. South, in completing 25 years, cele- brates the occasion by thanking his many friends, customers Ecad well wishers for their participation in his busi- ness. 973 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDfCIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate of BRIGADIER-GEN- ERAL MONTAGUE LEYLAND HORN- BY, C.B.; C.MG.; D.S.O late the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, who died on ths day of November, A D. 19.13. TAKE NOTICS that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 21st day of May, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 301 Canada Trust Building LethbriSge, Alberta Sectors for the Executor. The Canada Trust Company MARTIN Passed away at Taber on Friday, April 20, George E. of Vauxhall, at the age of 83 years. Born at Fernligh, Ontario, June 1A, 1889, Mr. Martin first home- steaded at Kindersley, Saskat- chewan in 1918. He farmed at Vauxhall from 1923 before mov- ing to Innisfail in 1934 wnere he farmed until 1947 when he returned to Vauxhall and drove school bus until his retirement in 1968 Survivors, his wife Annie, Vauxhall; four sons, John, Bob, and Harvey, Vaux- hdl and Charles, Medicine Hat; four daughters, Mrs. a u r i e (Eleanor) Allison, VEUxball. Mrs, Jack (Joyce) Martin, Calgary, Mrs. Gilbert (Betty) Page, Lac La Biche, Mrs. Mac (Gertie) Cotton of Redcliff: two brothers, Elva and Gilbert of Vauxhall; one sister, Mrs. Gertie Stillfs, Cal- ifornia, Mrs. Ethel Bennett, Vauxhall; fourteen grandchil- dren. Funeral services will be conducted from Parkview Unit- ed Church in Vauxhall on Tu- esday, April 24 at 2 p.m., with Miss Aldeen McKay and Rev. J. C. Daisley officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Vaux- hall Csmetery. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME TABER, in charge of arrangements. C8909 DODD I wish to thank tha nurses and staff of the Auxiliary Hospital and the Therapy Department for the help I received while there and to wish the best of health to all the friends I met. Dodd 1004 WALKER My family and I would like to express our sin- cere thanks to all those who sent cards of comfort and sym- pathy during our recent loss. Their thoughts will help to strengthen and sustain our fam- ily unit in the unknown future that lies ahead. -Allan Walker and family 1006 Man killed John Fred Acorn, of Clares- holm, was killed early Friday morning when his car left the road about 70 miles northwest of Lethbridge. police said. BAHLER The family of the late John Bahler wish to express their sincere apprecia- tion to all their many rela- tives, friends and neighbors who called, for the many love- ly floral tributes, cards of sympathy, phone calls and gifts of food received during their recent bereavement in the loss of a beloved brother and uncle. A special thank you to Rev. Albert Baldeo for his comforting words, to the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch No. 204 of Picture Butte for their graveside tribute, to the man- agement and staff of the Pic- ture Butte Sugar Factory for their kindness and assistance, to the pallbearers and the staff of Martin Brothers and to all who assisted in so many ways. Your thoughtfulness was very mucy appreciated and will al- ways be remembered. ar.d Gerry Scott and Family. Flora. Adolph, Sam, Fred and Ed Bahler and families. 1003 BROWN The family cf the late Walter P. Brown wish to thank everyone who expressed sympathy at the time of their bereavement, with flowers, food and cards and assisted in any way. Special thanks to the ladies of the Royal Purple Lodge, who served lunch after the funeral. Thanks also to the Elks Lodge and the Lethbridge Legicn, and the doctors and staff at the Boirder Counties Hospital. 943 DYKES We wish to ex- press our thanks and apprecia- tion to our relatives and friends for the lovely flowers, cards and letters and to those kind people who were so good to us during cur recent bereavement, in the loss of our beloved husband and brother. Special thanks to the pallbearers, the honorary pall- bearers, Mr. W. Goerzen, piper Allister Gilchrist and Mr. Dale Martin. For us time will never repeat those moments when Mr. Goerzen sang The Lord's Prayer and piper Gilchrist played The Lament. To all ttose good people who provided food and assisted May and Sadie at the house after the service, we are deeply grateful. We also thank the doctors and the staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their consideration and kind- ness. Nothing that we can say can express cur feelings to the Rev. Dr. R. Elliott for his mes- sage to us all. We can only say a sincere thank you. The expres- sions of all your kindness will be treasured always as a precious memory. John Dykes, Sadie and Albert Townsend. j 942 Mushrooms pose food threat WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. Food and Drug Adminis- tration announced Friday the recall of mora than fro- zen pizzas, chicken dinners and tuna noodle casseroles contain- ing mushrooms possibly con- taminated with botulism. The recalled food produced by four East Coast firms and dis- tributed throughout the United Siates was supplied with mush- rooms canned by Fran Mush- room Co. Inc., Ravena, N.Y., the FDA said. Earlier this month Fran be- gan recalling an estimated 000 pounds of canned mush- rooms, some sold to the defence department, after deadly bot- ulinuni toxin was confirmed in at least one lot. The foods being recalled are: John frozen tuna noodle casserole, 12-ounce packages, manufactured by A and P Tea Co., Na- tional Fish Division, Boston. mushroom, olive and Pimento pizzas, in 12- ounce size, Macabee Foods, Hackensack, N.J. dinners prepared r United Airlines and in- stitutions, about in five different varieties, B. Mams- chewitz Co., Food Service Divi- sion. Newark, N.J. Time frozen pizzas and pizza bagels, about Festive Foods Inc., Mount Vernon, N.Y. The Fran recall was the third In as many months this year in- volving canned mushrooms cund to contain botulism. The ;wo earlier recalls involved Ohio firms. The FDA has disclosed that it s investigating conditions in the entire U.S. mushroom canning industry. for Pattern Younger set can forget walkathon GRANDK PRAIRIE (CP) younger set can for- get tbout participating in a walkathon scheduled for May 5 in this northwestern Alber- ta community. A 12-mile walkathon will be held to raise funds for a senior citizens recreational facility and participation will be limited to persons between the ages of 50 and 65. Alberta film wins award EDMONTON (CP) Indus- try minister Fred Peacock an- nounced today that the film Alberta on the Northside" has won the gold camera award for the best industrial film in its class in North Am- erica by the U.S. industrial film board. IN MEMORIAMS WIHNAN in loving mem- ory of a dear son, brothe- and uncle, Peter Wihran, who passed away April 20, 1967. Deep on our hearts you will always stay, Loved and remembered everv day. remembered and sadly missed by dad, sis- ters and families. 944 'BUY OF THE WEEK' ASTRO REALTY LTD. 328-7748 Very lovely home located on outskirts of lethbridge on 47 panel. Three on moin level, ft. on moin floor. Double garage attached, ample wcrter fopply, batement developed, two full corpwed, like new tondition. M l.S. TO VIEW CAU VERNA COUTTS 327-6697 JOHN PENNER 328-6523 AUCE HAHN 327-3708 DICK JOHNSON 327-0339 DUELL In loving mem- ory of a dear father and grand- father, Edwin Duell, who pass- ed away April 22, 1970. Three lonely years have passed away since our great sorrow fell Ths shock which we received that day, we still remem- ber well. Our hearts still ache -with sadness, our secret tears still flow, For what it meant to lose you, no one will evar know. When we are sad and lonely, and everything goes wrong, i We seem to hear you whisper, cheer up, and carry on. remembered and sadly missed by Melvin, Isabel, Brian, Beverly and Ron. 979 Deaths By THE CANADIAN PRESS St. John's, Nfld. Edward J. Russell, 56, son-in-law of j former premier Joseph Smali- i vccd, of gunshot wounds to the head after he was found in a I field on his farm. rredericlon, N-B. Lee E. DargaveJ, assistant chief engi- neer with the New Brunswick Etectric Power Commission, found dead in his home. Ai Burnett, 67. a Oockr.ey newsboy viiw be- came London's night club king and gambled aivay a fortune. Eastaqaio a leader of the Bilbao, Mendizabel. Basque separatist or- pnization, ETA. shol to death in a with Spanish police. Low side pleats give a lively lilt to every step you take in this low-waist shaping. Sew it in polyester knit for sauntering I out on sunny days. PrirJed Pattern 4789: NEW Misses' Sizes 8. 10, 12. 14, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust takes 2K yards 35-inch fabric. 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Ontarir- Readers Mail Limited SHOVEL and ROTARY DRILL OPERATORS Sherriif Gordon Mines limited IDS immediate openings for ELECTRIC SHOVEL OPERATORS 'ersonnel fully trained on the operation of o 1900 Elec- tric shovel with 10 yd. bucket or equivalent are invited to apply. ROTARr DRILL OPERTORS Only personnel trained to oper- ate iS R or 60 R Bucyrus Erie or equivalent rotary drill should apply. hese positions ore in a new :pen pit mine in northern Man- toba, company paid medical, prescription, denial and insur- ance plcins. Generous vacation plans with bonus. Apply in writing giving phone number work history Employment Supervisor Sherrit Gordon Mines limited lynn Montolm ROB OWO REVELSTOKE, B.C. Fred Wilfred WiffcTJ. W. of Calgary. v.as killed early Friday -m a Rogers rass Mr. Wiffcn was a pas- wngcr in a car driven hy hk son-in-lavi, Randolph Hofhn of Calgary The victim's dauph- j icr. Evelyn Hwflin. is in serious condition in RevdstoJcc hospit- al. SKUNK BIRD Thr brtoolirik is often called r-kunk blackbird because the summer plumace of the male is black with while cm the back. FIELD REPRESENTATIVE Required for expending oikeed mnrketirig pony, location. Southern AJberto. Applicant must be aggressive but cordial and have the ability to show results without supervision. Agricultural sales or marketing background helpful. REPLY WITH RJU RESUME AND SALARY EXPECTED TO BOX 17, LETHBRIDGE HERAID Canadian hard wheat not needed By ROD CURRIE LONDON (CP) A research professor says it is technically possible to produce the bread Britons love without using Ca- nadian hard wheat, but bakers are not optimlistic about the prospects. Prof. Arnold Spicer, in a re- cent speech, described how the gluten or wheat protein may be separated from the starch in or- dinary British-grown wheat and then mixed with British flour to produce a loaf similar to one in- cluding a high percentage of Canadian hard-wheat flour. He said that it has been done satisfactorily in experiments and if enough pressure is ap- the form of increasing costs for Canadian wheat, for ex- perimentation could improve the process. While consumers on the Conti- nent favor bread made from a softer, locally-grown wheat, Britons still favor bread which now includes about 60 per cent Canadian wheat. FUTURE DOUBTFUL A spokesman for Ranks, Hovis, McDougall Ltd.. where Spicer works, said today that although the new process "is technically we have demonstrated baker doubt that there is aoy great future for the process "at all." They argue that such flour is 'not as tolerant" as Canadian flour and the moisture in the dough and baking temperatures must be exact to produce good results. "They say it's okay in labora- tory tests but for every-day baking it wouldn't be eco- the spokesman added. Nevertheless, Spicer said that if there is sufficient "incentive" the process might be perfected. Canadian wheat prices have confxied to rise and the Eu- ropean Common Market which Britain joined this year imposes a levy on such imports from Canada. The firm's spokesman noted that research is going on on the possibility of growing hard wheat in Britain "but I don't think there has been any large- scale success." NOTICE Government of Alberta legal and tendering advertising has been identified by the above Provincial Crest. Effective immediately, the Crest will no longer be used. Provincial Government ad- vertising will now be iden- tified by the "Alberta" signa- ture shown below. GOVERNMENT. OF ALBERTA Edward and Dora Percevault Farm Auction Sale TERMS CASH 4 miles north and COFFEE AVAILABLE mile west of COWLEY, ALBERTA Monday, April 23-9 a.m. LUNCH SERVED BY FOOTHILLS U.C.W. Having been favoured with instructions from Edward and Dora Percevault we will offer for sale the following line of farm machinery as listed below, which is merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee as to condition or age and is subject to addition, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the day of the sale. TERMS CASH the day of the sale, with settlement in full before removal from the farm MACHINERY 12 ft. Graham Hoeme cultivator with rod weeder attachment; 12 ft. CCIL cultivator; 14 ft. John Deere culti- vator; 16 ft. John Deere wide-level discer with transport! 10 ft CCIL plower; 16 ft. wing-type Victory bladej 12 ft. John Deere rod weeder; 12 ft. of Noble packers. 12 ft. English chain harrow; 15 ft. of John Deere flexible harrows; 12 ft. CCIL circular harrow; 12 ft. of lever harrows; IHC 14 ft. No. 150 hoe drill with fertilizer attachment, 8" spae- ings; 6 ft. John Deere one-way; 6 ft. wheel packer? 12 ft. IHC high-wheel double disc drill with grass seeder and fer- tilizer attachment; 4 bottom Cockshutt disc plow; 8 ft. double disc. TRACTORS Cocfcshuft 1900 diesel with cob, dual hydraulics ond 18x34 dual tires; Cockshutt 560 diesel. Cockshutt 30, Cock, shutt 40 with good rubber, equipped with -farmhand loader, manure bucket, hay basket and forage fork; 1950 model Allis Chalmers model KD5 diesel track tractor equipped with hydraulics. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Kitchen table ond chairs, chesterfield and chair, end tables, 5-piece bedroom suite, 3-piece bedroom suite. SADDLE HORSE One bay gentle. SHOP TOOLS AND OTHER ITEMS Blacksmith forge, post drill, anvil, electric bench grinder, one-ton chain hoist and track, Vi-ton chain hoist, jock-all jack, hydraulic jocks, log chains, gas pu-nps, rubber tired wheel barrow, platform scale, rope blocks, sow mandrel, qrease gun filler, grease guns, electric motors water pump, Vega cream separator, cream cans, fencina tools, shovels, forks, assorted wrenches and shop tools, 50 feet of snow fence, quantity of barbed wire ond telephone wire, tele- phone poles and fence posts, lumber, asphalt shingles, tar paper, q-jsttify. of nails, spikes and drift pins, paint sprayer, oropane torch ond bot'le, calf puller, heat lamps, dehorners, stock saddle, bridle, halters, harness, shot gun chaps, auantity of hard wood suitable for waaon tonguss. reaches ond sleigh bunks, 3 horsepower Garden rcto tiller, step ladders, quantity of horse shoes, 7" electric skill saw. Pioneer 400 chain saw. HARVEST AND HAYING EOT. Versatile 420 sclf-prooelled combine with air-conditioned cab and 10 ft. Melroe pickup; 12 ft. IHC pull-type swather; AC round baler with aood belts; IHC side-delivery rake: IHC 8 ft. binder; 7 ft. MH semi-mount power mower; 7 JD MO. 37 trail-type mower. TRUCKS 1950 CMC 1 Jon in real cood coid.l.on, 1939 IHC 1 ton with gram box; Mercury 2 ton with hoist, grain box ond stock raclts. 1928 Chev 1 Jon wish grain tank box in running order and good condition. MISCELLANEOUS EOT. Speed Spread PTO fertilizer Model R JO manure spreader; Fcr Ever grai-i cleoner ccmp'sle -with elevators, motor cmd 10rl4 building on wheels; Mccleod's bi speed groin arindcr; Golden sprayer 33 ft, Powder River Jobic.- 11 x38 tractor cHoins; 20" duo! Jruck chains: 17x20 Dingle truck thainv Variable sreed attachment for Sund pickup; Reel for CockshuJ combine; JO rubber Jircd wagon and oroin box. Rubber tired wagon ond fJa> deck; 2 wheel uliSity trailer; 5 hydraulic rorns; 3-5 Kp. IHC stationery gos motor; 150 gal. oolvonited stock trough; 20 f> Mayrath PTO bale Bob tmd Uot Several horse-drawn implements; 250 gal. fuel tank with pump; J20 gal. fuel ionic with pwmp; quan- tity of scrap iron. ITEMS OF INTEREST TO ANTIQUE COLLECTORS BuWet (No. railroad clock. Williams sowing ma- chine; bookcase; desk, two rockers; hotel water bosin ond oitcher; two butter chums; kcrotcne Inmcs ond fruit jars; 20-gal. crock; old door Vrobs; cool ond wood range, two cool ond healers; brotc-Jmob bed stead; tounjer-top scale; butler roller; old auto-nobile license pictes; ncclc yokes; double trees; wagon jock; walking plow hoy knives; ice sow end tongs. AUCTIONEERS DAVE McNAB GERALD THOMPSON tit. No. 010221 lie. No. 010222 Phone 214-2206 pfcone 627-4278 DON WAIPER ROY FJORDBOTTTN lie. No. 010295 lit. No. 010237 Pbww 627-3760 pnww 936-910?