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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August 15, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE RE: TRUCK TENDERS Please take notice thai oil tenders for supply ot one five-ton IrucK have been withdrawn. D. M. Holladay, Secretary-Treasurer, County of Warner No. 5, Warner, Alberta. Ail POOLE CONSTRUCTION LIMITED CONSTRUCTION MANAGER TO THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Invite Tenders for the supply of FIN- I5I-1 HARDWARE at the New Univer- sity of Letlvbridge Campus. Scaled tenders marked "University ol Lethbridge Prelect One, Finish Hard- ware" will be received until 3 p.m. Mountain Standard Time on August 28 1970 by Poole Construction Limited at'the Site Adminlstrallon Office, West Lelhbrldse, Alberta. Tender documents may be obtained from the office of Poole Construction I imlted, Site Administralion Office, West Lethbridge, Alberta upon deposit of a certified cheque in the amount of J25 W made payable to The Governors, The University of Lethbridge. The de- posit will be refunded upon return of the documents within Id days of Ten- der Closing. Thft lowest or any lender will not nec- essarily be accepted. POOLE CONSTRUCTION LIMITED, P O. Box 64, LETHBRIDGE, Alberla. AJ3 FOR LEASE Applications will be accepted until August 26th for a grazing lease on 3H-13-J. Lessee must purchase Improvements valued at D. M. Holladay Secretory-Treasurer County of Warner No. 5 Warner, Alberta A3-1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF EDWARD HENRY. NATHE, late of the City of Lethbridge, In the Province of Alberta, who died on ihe 5th day of July, A D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of tne above named must file with under- signed solicitors by the 26th day of "eptember, 1970, a full- statement of j .heir claims and of securities hela by them. PATERSON JACOBSON 407 Mayor Magrath Drive, Lethtrldge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executors. ESTATE LAND FOR SALE Sealed Tenders will' be received by the undersigned up to 5 o'clock in the afternoon, 15th September, 1970, far ihe purchase of the following' ranch land, namely: SOUTH EAST QUARTER OF SEC- TION SIXTEEN TOWNSHIP ONE RANGE TWENTY-SEVEN West of the Fourth Meridian, containing 161 acres, more or less. EXCEPTING thereout all mines and minerals. Tenders must ba accompanied by a certified cheque payable to the under- signed for 10% of the tendered price The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted and the right to reject any or sll tenders is re- served Further particulars may be obtained from the undersigned or frorr Andrew Zubach of Cardstnn, Aberta. The 'above land forms part of tne Estate of ALEX ZUBACH, deceased IVES AND OFFET Barristers and Solicitors, P.O. Box 728, Lethbridge, Alberta. n Lai-cL (Jf Jkanfa, Thumbing His Nose At Press Council BIRTH KAMINSKI Mr. and 5Irs- Ted Kaminski are proud to an- nounce the birth of their son Craig and daughter Tracy on July 23 1970, at St. Michael's DEATHS STEWART Passed away suddenly at the residence on August 14, 1970, Brig. Gen. 'Dr. John Smith Stewart, at the age of 93 years, beloved NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS .n the estate of ELIZABETH ANN ROUTLEDGE, late of the City of Lethbridoe, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 29th day of July, A.D. TAKE NOTICE that ai! persons hav- ing claims upon Ihe estate of the above named must file with the un- dersigned solicitors by the 22nd day of September, A.D. 1970, a full state- j men! of their claims and of securi- ties held by them. IVES AND OFFET P 0. Box 723, 324 7th Street Soulh, Lcthbriddge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executor. JU1V iO lyfUj "l> J ilL HIM ogv wi JJ Hospitai A brotlier and sister husband of Mrs. Ella Stewart far Jimmy. Insured. 5327 631 St. S'. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced Flowers Martin NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS the Estate of DANIEL SWA late of the City of Lethbridge, 21s late ot me ui myw, Province of Alberta, who died on the day of April A.D. 1570. :E NOTICE that all persons TAK ing claims upon the estate of the abo named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 15th day of Septem- ber, A.D. 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held uy them. IVES AND OFFET P.O. Box 728 32J 7th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Executrix. DEATHS MacDONALD Oldtirae res- ident of Taber. passed away at Calgary on Friday, August 14, 1970. John, at the age of 77 years. Born at Isle of Skye, Scotland, June 12, 1893, he came to Canada to Taber after the First World War arid has worked on various sheep ranch- es in the Vauxhall Taber reas. During the First World 'ar he served with the Argyll nd Sutherland Highlanders, e was a member of the Royal madian Legion in Taber. Sur- ivors are his wife Ethel of aber; one sister, also nieces nd nephews in Scotland. Fu- eral service will be conducted rom the Knox United Church n Monday, August 17 at 2 p.m. 1th Rev. Kenneth Morris of- iciating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Gardens vith Legion graveside services, [umphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, in charge of arrange when completed, gratefully declined. Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C9672 FUNERALS LONDON (CP) earl of Arran, a free-wheeling peer who wites a newspaper column, is gaily Uiumbing his nose these RICE Funeral service for I tte Council the OPENING SALE CARDSTON LIVESTOCK AUCTION WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19th 700 AT A.M. ON OFFER HEAD 700 Including: 200 HEAD FAT CATTtE 50 HEAD DRY COWS 300 HEAD YEARLING STEERS 50 HEAD YEARLING HEIFERS 80 HEAD 2 YEAR OLD STEERS For top prices and greater returns tnorksl your hveslock the auction way. Avoid excess shrinkage and your livestock at home. handling MARK THESE DATES NOW LAMB AND SHEEP SALES Tuesdays October 6, 13 and 20 Cattle Sale Every Thursday at 11 a.m. STAVELY LIVESTOCK AUCTION For information and listings contact your auctioneer HERB CHRISTIE CARDSTON SALE BARN STAVELY AUCTION HERB CHRISTIE LIC. 231 653-4342 CARDSTON 228-3777 STAVELY RES. 328-7662 LETHBRIDGE The qualification that Canadian employers are specifying in accountancy career advertising from coast to coast. REGISTERED INDliSTFllAl ACCOUNTANT TOMORROW'S CAREER TODAY A live year programme of study designed to fit you for a challenging career may be taken by evening lectures at any one of 23 universities across Canada or by correspondence course. CURRICULUM FIBST YEAR: SECOND YEAR: Accounting I Fundamentals Commercial Law Accounting II Intermediate Report Writing, Managerial Statistics THIRD YEAR: Accounting III Advanced, Industrial Organization and Management FOURTH YEAR: Auditing, Cost Accounting and Systems FIFTH YEAH: Cost and Management Accounting Final enrolment dates lectures correspondence: Students entering courses for the first time September 15, 1970 Continuing, Repeat, Re-Register Students August 31, 1970 Further information may bs obtained by writing to: THE SOCIETY OF INDUSTRIAL ACCOUNTANTS OF ALBERTA 602 Lougheed Building (04 First St. S.W., Calgary 2, Alberta Calgary M9-MM Edmonton 482-4984 or IETTBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION lethbridge, Alberta 3J7-2141 BERTIE Passed away in Edmonton on Wednesday, Aug- st 12, 1970, following a very rief illness, Mrs. Margaret Louise Bertie, at the age of 66 as a youngster in 1908, and has esided here most of her life, iince 1962 she has resided with daughter, Mrs. Muriel BEST Passed away in Fort Macleod on Wednesday, August 12. 1970, Mr. Silas Best, at the age of 93 years, of 702 9th Ave. S., Lethbridge, be- beloved husband of the late Mrs. Sarah Best. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C9671 CUTFORTH Passed away suddenly at the residence on Saturday, August 15, 1970, Charles AshUn, at the age of 56 years beloved husband of Mrs. Irene Cuiforth of Barons. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Sendee. C9669 tents. C9666 BARTON Passed away in tlie city on Saturday, August 15 1970, Marie Euphrosine, at the age of 68 years, beloved wife of Mr. Harry Barton of Lougheed, Alberta. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Gary Winston Rice, who died suddenly at Elko, B.C. Aug. 8, was held Apg. 12 in the Alberta Stake LDS Chapel at Cardston. Bishop Keith Bevans conducted the service. Pallbearers were Dave Klassen, Dennis Jessop, Keith Hunter, James Burkley, Gerald Malmberg and Brian Selby. Interment followed in the "Cardston Cemetery. Chris- tensen Salmon Funeral Homes j Ltd. was in charge of arrange- ments. SELMAN Funeral service for Harry Drexel Selman, who died in 'the city Aug. 9, was held Aug. 13 in the Taylor Stake LDS Chapel in Raymond. Ser- vice were conducted by Bishop J. D. Bridge. Honorary pall- bearers were Marshall Milner, Andrew Heggie, Joe Hancock, Clifford Cough, Dick Kinsey, Joseph McLean, Clifton Nalder, Shirley King and Albert Hicken. Active pallbearers were Fran- corn Selman, Wesley Selman, Brownie Rolfson, Wilson Rolf- son, Dean Rolfson and Roger Clark. Interment followed in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Homes Ltd. was in charge of arrangements. those Egyptian bastards into the Quatlara Depression." in is When a counsellor of London's tliese United Arab Republic embassy protested, Booty advised him in j print to "keep his trap very shut and lie low." The Press Council went into action when A. T. Withers of Batiersea protested this "gutter journalism." i DEPLORES WORDING Its eventual ruling was to de- plore Arran's "abusive and in- thell'iddle I flammatorv phraseology which j After the Israeli bombing of can contribute nothing to the _ ...ui, calm consideration of a serious international situation." The writing earl was on hoi- toothless watchdog over the be- havior of Britain's newspapers. The amiable lord, who has a long string of titles but is known to his friends as Boofy, ran afoul o' the stalely Press Coun- cil by using rough language in Tlie Evening News in favor of Israel and against the Arabs in 70 Arran an Egyptian factory deaths, the 60-year-old wrote: ,'Go to it, Israel, and push into vitriol Simpsons jrvi Sales Drop ears, of Calgary. Bora ill Ala- ments. jama, U.S.A. in 1903, the late Bertie came to Lethbridge Ltd., in Charge of Arrange- Chollack in Edomton and C9670 YORGASON away ater in Calgary. She was i member of the C.W.L. Survi- vors include one daughter, Mrs. V. G. (Muriel) Chollack if Lethbridge; two grandsons; ive sisters, Mrs. Wm. (Ann) Middleswart of San Diego, Cal- ifornia, Mrs. F. (Katie) En- of Richmond, California, Mrs. Edith McNalty of Seattle, ilrs. H. (Helen) Ledbetter of Oakland, California and Mrs. M. (Julia) Mudrack of Leth- >ridge; and one brother, Mr. Peter Popson of Seattle. Re- quiem mass will be celebrated on Monday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father S. A. Gyorkos cel- ebrant. Interment will follow in the family plot in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Prayers will be said on SVjnday at p.m. in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. Nf. Those who wish may pay respects at the Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C9668 HARDY Harriet Penelope, passed away in Raymond on Friday, August 14, 1970, at the age of 93 years, beloved wife of the late Raymond G. Hardy of Stirling. Mrs. Hardy was born in Preston, Idaho, on January 11 1877, one of tile eldest of a family of 15 children. In 1899 her parents were called to set- tle in southern Alberta. They came by covered wagon, driv- ing their stock with them. She was hired as a cook for the workers on the canal built from Kimball to Stirling. She also worked as cook for many sur- veying parties during the sur- veying of the south and central Alberta and Saskatchewan. She was a tireless worker in the L.D.S. church, holding _ many positions' of leadership in the Sunday School, M.I.A. and Re- lief Society. She married Ray- mond G. Hardy in July of 1935, Mr. Hardy's previous wife, her young sister, Mame, left five children, Clinton and Lyman of Stirling and melt, Idaho, Duncan of Em- Mrs. Kenneth (Mary) Stone of Raymond and, Mrs. Reed (Eunice) Shields of White Horse, Yukon. Harriet was mother to them and grand- mother to all the grandchil- dren. There are 25 grandchil- dren and 39 great-grandchil- dren, also two sisters, Mrs. Elise Dunlap of Mount Vernon, Washington oral Mrs. Martha D'Arc of Glendale, Calif. Fu- I neral services wilt be held in the Stirling L.D.S. Chapel on Tuesday, August 18, 1970, at 2 I p.m.. with Bishop James D. Bridge officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Stirling Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects froni 1 p.m. until prior to the service in the Re- lief Society Room of the church and may view tlw remains from until 9 p.m. on Mon- rtay evening at the Funpral Parlor. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, C9673 suddenly in Calgary, William Taft aged 61 years, beloved husband of Edna Yorgason and dear father of John and Ron. Funeral services will be held in the Claresholm United Church Monday, August 17 at 1.30 p.m. with Rev. 0. C. Ssward offici- ating. Interment in the family plot Claresholm cemetery. Ley- den's Funeral Home Ltd., Claresholm in charge of ar- rangements. C9665 HICKEY Passed away sud- denly in the city on Friday, August 14, 1970, Michael A., at the age of 76 years, beloved husband of Mr. Thereasa Hickey of Wilson Siding. Born in Dublin, Ontario in 1893, tlie late Mr. Hickey came west in 1913, to Sunburst Montana, where he operated a restaurant business. In the fall of 1914, he came to Lethbridge where he resided until 1924, at Wnich time he moved to Wilson Siding where he has owned and oper- ated his farm ever since. Be- sides his loving wife, Theresa, survivors include, one son, Gerard J. Hickey of Wilson Siding; two grandsons, and one brother, Walter Carpenter of Dublin Ontario. Requiem mass will be celebrated on Monday at a.m. in the Assumption Parish Church, with Bev. Fath- er R. deBiily celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in the family plot in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Prayers will be said on Sunday at p.m. in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. Those who wish may pay their re- spects at Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C9667 OKUTAKE Tomasada beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Okutake of 710 16 St. N., passed away in the city on Thursday, August 13, 1970, at the age of 73 years. Mr. Oku- take came to the Lethbridge area from Okinawa in 1925 where he worked and resided until the time of his passing. SVrvivors besides his loving wife are one son Thomas of Lethbridge; three daughters, Mrs. D. M. (Vicky) Trenchard of Edmonton, Mrs. J. S. (Mar- ion) Tomiyama of Lethbridge, Mrs. A. T. (Jean) Tatebe of Pincher Creek; 11 grandchil- dren; three brothers, Chodo of Los Angeles, Calif., Tomomi (Chojitsu) of Lethbridge, Cho- kei of Okinawa. He was prede- ceased by two brothers Choki and Cliogen. Wake service will be held Sunday, August 16, 1970 at 7 p.m., in the Christen- sen Cnapel, with Rev. Leslie Kawamura officiating. Funeral service will be held on Mon- day, August 17th at 10 a.m. In- terment will be in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- CARDS OF THANKS RALLISON I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks and ap- preciation to my doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hos- pital for the wonderful care given me while I was a patient. Also a special thanks to Bishop Kovac, friends, and neighbors for their visits, flowers, gifts, cards and well-wishes during my stay in the hospital and after re'turning home. E. Eallison. long distance is half TOROOTO (CP) Simpsons Ltd. and Simpson-Sears Ltd. re- port declines in earnings of about 53 per cent for Simpsons Ltd. and 49 per cent for. Simp- sons-Sears. Total sales for Simpscns Ltd., the retail store company, were off less than one per cent. Sales for Simpsons-Sears, the oata- gue sales company, 43-per- nt owned by Simpsms Ltd., ere up 2.6 per cent. Simpsons Ltd. earnings for e six months ended July 8 ere compared with rnings of S4.569.992 during the x months ended July 9, 1969. rst-half sales this year were and last year they HOMULOS The family of the late Matthew Homulos wish to thank the doctors, nurses, staff and Sisters of St. Martha, of St. Michael's Hospital for the excellent care and shown to dad while kindnesses .......-i patient in the hospital. A special thank you to Rev. Father B. Fields and Rev. Father N. Diadio who so generously gave of their time and devotion. Deep apprecia- tion and heartfelt thanks to all friends and relatives who visited or called and offered their as- sistance during our recent sad bereavement. No words can truly express our sincere ap preciation. -The Homulos family. THOMPSON I wish to thank all Hie friends and neighbors who participated in making the party for my school bus driving retirement such a wonderful sur- prise; to all tlie "kids" who rode with me this year and yester- years for being present on this day. A special thank you to Barbara and George Virginello for so kindly loaning their farn home for the occasion; also to the ladies of tlie district who furnished such a lunch To everyone who made the daj an unforgettable page in m> book of memories I say, "Thank you so very much." Vic Thompson. IN MEMORIAMS WRIGHT In loving memory of John Wright, who passer1 away August 15, 1953. remembered by hi wife Agnes, sons, daughter and grandchildren. 586 PRICE In loving memory of our dear dad and granddac Thomas Price, who passec away August 15, 1866. -Ever remembered by Aud rey and Henry, Mary an Sherry Ann, Judythe, Bo and Traev. 583 Two Ministers Choose Jail sen Chapel, with Rev. Leslie CANTERBURY. Sng 1 an Kawamura officiating. Funeral (AP) Two militant Protests] vice. C9674 FUNERAL Forncfett was a pallbearer at the Aug. 10 funeral for George Sommer, not. Walter Fornesctt as report- ed in the Aug. 13 edition of The Herald. ministers, disrupters of Roman Catholic mass at Can terbury Cathedral, chose jail in stead of probation Friday. The ministers are members the Free Presbyterian Churc founded by Rev. Ian Paisle fiery foe of Roman Catholics Northern Ireland. RIPLEY OPTICAt DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE ere Simpsons-Sears Ltd. had earnings of lis year and last ear. F i r s t -h a 1 f sales were this year and last year. Earnings per share for Simp- era Ltd. for the first-half this ear were 17.2 cents and last ear 25.6 cents. Comparable fig- res for Simpsons-Sears were 19 ents and 27 cents. The Simpsons Ltd. report saic decline in earnings was due u "slightly lower sales com- ined with increased operating xpenses." Tlie Simpsons-Sears report lamed "higher than mormal nerchandising losses" taken to Jear warehouses of seasonal ems. Tlie Simpsons Ltd. report was ased on a new accounting sys- ,em for inclusion of profits from impsons-Sears. Previously, ividends from the catalogue ompany were included in the impsons- Ltd. report but this ear the equity in earnings was tated. Last year's earnings restated for comparison. Simpsons Ltd. dividends from impsons-Sears for the first half otalled this year and last year. A spokes- man said dividends were based n an annual projection of earn- uigs. The equity in 3 per cent of Simpsons-Sears a r n i n g s amounted t o 1 for the first half this 'ear and for the first lalf last year. Volunteer Fire Fighter Fined KELOWNA, B.C. (CP) Da- Cote of Kelowna was fined by provincial Court judge D. M. White after pleading guilty to failing to man a forest ire line. Judge White was told Cote md volunteered for fire duty, mt later refused to assist on a ire line and chose to leave a :amp where men were gather- d to fight the Raymer Lake ire near here last month. Tne judge noted that Cote was being paid and receiving meals, yet refused to fight a ire "which could have wiped the whole area out." iday in Spain when the pro- nouncement came down but promptly dipped his typewriter j into vitriol for an answer in this i the Press Coun- "Its utterances should be thunderbolts; they are pops from a popgun. "Partly, of course, it is be- cause it" delivers itself of such Foolish pronouncements as tin's .atest one. "What business is it of the Press Council whether a jour- nalist should "contribute to the calm consideration of a serious international Senten- tious poppycock." The earl signs off: "A fig for: the Press Council." WROTE TIMES I In a more restrained letter to The Times, Lord Arran wrote: j "I can only say that by this and similar 'pontifications (tlie Press Council members) arc j undermining what status they j have and forfeiting then- right! to be taken seriously." The newspaper industry vol- untarily set up the council as a repository for complaints sev- eral years ago. It has been under criticism recently for facing two ways in connection with newspaper sto- ries in connection with Charlie Biggs, one of the Great Train Robbery gang last heard of on tlie loose in Australia. One paper escaped censure when a complaint was entered because it splashed Mrs. Biggs's serialized story, but an- other criticized for running what purported to be the fugi- tive's own story written in hid- ing. is Goering's Aide Dies In Chile VALPARAISO (Reuters) Kathe Wunderlich Robe, 52, pri- vate secretary to the late Her- man Goering during the Second World War, was buried here Thursday Miss Robe arrived in this Chilean port city April 21, 1950, and lived a solitary life. She did not reveal any of the private letters or affairs of her former Nazi boss. CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Gerald Baker-Earl Collins lynn Baker-John Tennanl Mike Tinordi- Henry Welbrock Gems of Truth: PRESENTED WEEKLY BY: VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. SUPPLIERS OF BUILDING MATERIAL SPECIALTIES LETHBRIDGE You are writing each day o letter to men, Take care lhat Ihe writing is true; It's the only Gospel that some men will read, The "gospel according to Sunday! long distance is half a buck on It's the talk of the Province! On Sundays you can call long dis- tance ANYWHERE IN ALBERTA and talk for three minutes for a maximum of fifty cents. SUNDAY saves you time as well as because this rate ap- plies to ODD calls. Just dial direct to anyone in the province, then start talking. It's a nice way to keep in touch. You can do a lot of long-distance talking for just half a buck anytime between Saturday mid- night to 6 a.m. Monday. do not apply to person-to.person, collect, third party billing, time and charge, com phone, or credit card calls. If you happen to live in an area without ODD service SUNDAY SO rates apply to station to station calls placed with the Operator long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PUCE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN Al >J P AGft ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELIPHOfflrt ;