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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunttny, Auguit 26, W1 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD PUBLIC NOTICES CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE E5TA7F ol ROSE McANDREWS, laic, of Hie City of Lelhbrldge, In the Province of Amerla, Widow, who died on Ihc llfh (Jay ol July, A.D., 1971. TAKE NOTICE lhat all persons hav- ing claims upon the Ei-lale ol Ihc above named, must Hie wllh Ihe under- signed Solicitors by Ihe doy of Oc tobcr, A.D., 1971, a full Slnlemcnf of Ihefr cffllms and ol securjlles field by C7 Or BIRTH DEATHS THOMSON Passed away I them MESSRS. PRITCHARD HIGA BORAS Barrister-, and Solicitors No. 702 740 tin Avenue Soulh Alberta Sollcllors For Thi" LAND MANAGEMENT BRANCH DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SEALED TENDERS will be received by the Undersigned on or before- Thurs- day, September 2nd, 1971, for Ihe fol- lowing real cslalc: Thr; North Easl Quarter of Section j Thirly-Flvc (35) in Township Ten 110) Ranrje Fifteen 115) West of Ihe Fojrlri Aleridian in the Province cl Aloerla, containing 149.55 acres more or less. Terms: Cash Down Pflymenl lo accompany Tender; balance payable in nine (9) equal annual installments with interest nt five per cent per All envelopes to be clearly marked J'EIIHY Pat and Roger at Dcei, on Tuesday, Ail- I't-ri-y arc pleased ID announce j t Mr Jolm Herliert Ihc birth of their daughter, (JaclfJ at the age of Donna Elizabeth Eileen, weigh- 4fl ycars Of Milk ing 7 Ibs. ounces. A sister Hjver Funcril] arrangements for Laura. Proud grandparents wjn annolmced when com- ,e Executes arc Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Lennox MARTIN BROS. LTD., _________I Mrs- Eileen Pern'- Directors of Funeral Service. 0330 C7054 -------------------------i Sl'LCEK Monday, August 23, l'J71, Patsy Lee, aged 2 DEATHS veers, beloved daughter ol Mr Eveline, Brothenvood, Vulca CLAHK Reginald, Born in Vulcan, where si Th TENDER" highest or any offer nol necessari- ly accepted. The unsuccessful Tenders be refunded. For lurlher information, conlacl tlie office of Ihe Irrinalion Land f.laoaner, Administration Building, Lelhbridge, Alberta. Irrigation Land Manayer, Adrnfnfstralion Building, Lethbrldge, Alberta away in Fcrl Macleod on Thursday, August 1971 at the age of 50 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ruth Clark of 609 25 St. North. Funeral ar- rangements mil be announced when completed. Cluislensen Salmon Funeral Home LU1., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C7053 finisbed high school, allende Mount Royal College in Calgai in 1050 and was employed b Marathon Realty at the tune her death. Besides her mothe she is survived by two sister Linda and Margaret; thre brothers, Casey, Rodne David; grandmother, Mrs. Niv Speer and her grandfather, Ea TABER IRRIGATION DISTRICT TABER, ALBERTA Sealed Tenders will be received by Ihe Taber Irrigalion District iinlil 5-30 p m.. Mountain Standard Time, September 10, 1971, lor the construc- tion ol a concrele lined canal, concrete pipeline, and related eartnv.'orK older wcrk, en Laterals C and CJ, Concrite lii Concrete Pipeline linesl ft. Earthwork -JD.ODO cubic yards and older related miscellaneous we Plans, specifications, a n rl render forms will be availahle al Ifie Taber Irrigation Dislricl ollice, Adininistra- t'ton Building, Taber, Albcrla, 'or Ilie sum of Iwenly-five (-35.00) for card sol, which money will be refunded upon Ihe salisfaclory relurn of the material. Tender forms musl be accompanied by a cerliflGd clistjuc or hid bond in fde amount cf percent (10'1i) ol Uie lender price and a Consenl of Surety Form in the amount ol filly _____ Peterson all of Vulcan. Pred MII.LAHD Freida. passed j away in Cardston on A t a p.m., Hev. William Julia officiating. Interment, Vulca Cemetery. The VULCAN Fl NEflAL HOME, in charge of rangemenls C704 pay; The lowest or any lender seriiy acceded. K. Anderson General Manager Taber Irrigation Dislrjcl i3: day, August 25th, 1971, at the age 72 years. Mrs. Millard was born in Switzerland and came to Canada in 1904 living in Saskatchewan until 1942, when she moved to Alberta, living in Cardston for the past 25 years. She leaves to mourn her passing seven dauglitcis mliiie, are Mrs. Larry (Clara) Hartrnan ol lineal ii. Ccurleiiay, B.C., Mri. Jack (Edna) Milh-ny and Mrs. Ed. ( Vab'n of Lethbridge, Mrs. >.brman (Fern) Berg ol Campbell River, B.C., Mrs. Har- old (Olive) i-lcggedal of Cran- brook, DC., Mrs. Evelyn of Calgary and Mrs. Jack (Iva) Beck of Cardston; 22 grandchil- dren and four great-grandchil- dren. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake Chap- el in Cardslon on Saturday, August 28th at 2 p.m. with Ihe Bishop Don Shaw officiating. ln- terment will follow in the Card- ston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m., until prior to the service in the Relief So- ciety Room o[ Ihe Church, Christensen Salmon Funeral Home LW., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C7052 Dist- Ail PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS by Ihc undersigned I A.M. Standard ill be received Friday, Sep- tember 0. 1971 for the construction ol the following work: (1) Highway 7, S. ot Olds lo S. ct Bowden Mile -16.31 to Mile 59 71 Olhcr Work Highway 27, Curve Revisions, W. ot olds Wile lo Mile B 3J Grading, Asphallic Concrele Base- Pavemenl, and oilier Work Aoproximate Ouanlilies Cubic Yard-, of Fxcavalicn 7-f.fjM Tons of Gnvel Ton Miles Hajl Coniracl and Specilicalions may be obtained at Ihe office cf Ihp Chief Conslructicn Engineer, Highways Build- Inn, Pdmonlon, Albcrla, the office cf the District Engineer, 1707 6 Slrcel, N.W., Calgary, Alboria, and Ihe office of Ihe District Engineer, Ad- ministralion Building, Lethbridgc, berfa, and will be available onty lo individuals regislered and operating In Ihe Province of Alherla, or lo partnerships or corporations registered tablishcd a fixed place cf business in the Province ot Alberta. A deposit rf Twenty-Five Dollars payable incial Treasurer, will be GBOSS Passed away in Vulcan on Monday, August 23, 1971 following a brief illness, our beloved mother, Magdalena Gross, a1 the age ol 85 years, a of Ihe Grassy Lake dis- lale Mr. Neufel in Ekaterijinslav and Specificslions Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal lo KHc ol Ten- der Tenders will be opened in public. The lowesl or any Tender not neces- sarily accepted. L. H. McManus Deputy Minister of Highways and Transport. A15 GIVE MORE MILK Studies show that cool are more contented and give more milk than those housed in stuffv barns. trict. The late Mrs. Gross was predeceased by her husband, Felix in 1953 and one son, John j in 1942. She is survived by sev- en daughters, Irene, Judy, Em- ily. Phyllis, Louise, Madeline and Mary; three sons, Tony, Williarr, and Felix; 35 grandchil- dren ind great-grandchildren; one brother, Paul, Lethbridgc and three sisters, Margaret, Taber, Christine. San Francis- co and Elizabeth of Vulcan. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Thursday (tonight) in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Friday in Assumption Parish Catholic Church, with Rev. Father R. O'Louglilin, cele- brant. Interment will follow in the family plot, St. Patrick's Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue South (Courtesy park- ing at the rear) phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. jNELIFELD Passed awa suddenly, in the city on Mon day, August 23, 1971, Mr. Henry Ne'ufeld, at the age of 82 years beloved husband of Mrs. Xseni Neufeld, of 2820 South Parksid Drive. The was born Hussia, in 1BS9. On coming t Canada be farmed in the Pur pie Springs area for man years and lived in Taber, rcov ing to Lethbridge in 1938. H joined Cascade Oil Co. of Ca gary in 1948. For many year he ranched in the Pinche Creek, Porcupine Hills area Besides his loving wife Xsenia bo is survived by, one daugh ler and son-in-law, Mr. an Mrs. Carl R. Taylor; thre grandchildren, Joel Thoma Taylor, Roger Spencer Taylo and Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle J Taylor Jr. and one lovely great granddaughter, Cynthia Lee Taylor of Winnipeg. The funeral service will be held a p.m. on Friday, at South minster United Church, witl Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi dating. Interment will follow in Mountain V i e w Cemetery Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue South phone 32S-2361 (Courtesy park ing at the MARGIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C7050 An Open Letter to the Premier Dear Mr.Strom, On Tuesday, students registered for the new school term at Lethbridge Collegiate Institute. A friend of mine who has two daughters attending Ihe school found to his surprise and concern thot ho had to pay out per girl in registration fees, for a total of My friend asked for a detailed breakdown of these fees. This is whal he was told: TBxIbook rental Caution fee (to be returned to students al year end) 5.00 Instructional materials 6.00 Student fees (student card, yearbook, activities, etc.) 9.00 TOTAl Now, my friend is o man of limited means. While may not seem much to you, Mr. Strom, it means a heck of a lot of money for my friend to fork out on top of all the taxes he's paying that goes toward education in this province. This IS the big- gest drain on Ihe tax dollar is it not? It is time the Provincial Government takes o real hnrd look nt education costs as they affect the in- dividual taxpayer. Is he getting the best value for money? It's time for n change, Mr. Premier, time for a change. Yours truly, DICK GRAY, Progressive Conservative Candidate Lelhbridge West. Interior! by the Progreiiive Contervative Party of Lothbridgn Weil C705I nOYT -Passed away in the city on Wednesday, August 23 1971, following a lengthy illness Mrs. Alma Jane Hoyt, at the age of 82 years, of 720 llth Street Soulh. Born in Harvey Station. N.B. in 1089. the late Mrs. Iloyl was educated in Mc- Adnm. N.B. and Magagi'ada- vic, N.B. came to Lelh- bridge in April 1911. She was married lo the late Mr. Ber lon Beecher Hoyt, November 1911 in Lclhbridge and ba.< resided here until her passing, Slw was a member of the U.C.W. of Soiithminster United Church and the Maple Leal Chapter of the Eastern .Star. She is survived by four daugli- lers, Mrs. J. W. (Margaret) Wozak, New Dayton. Mrs. W. R. (Betty) Hsig, Lethbridge, Mrs. J. T. (Isabel) Gaull, Agin- court. Ontario, Mrs. R. W. (Alice) Scott, Edmonton; two sons, Mr. John Wesley Hoyt and Mr. George David Hoyt, both of Lethbridge; 17 grand- children, six great-grandchil- dren; two sisters, Mrs. Ocorgo (Jessie) Wakson, Lclhbridge and Miss Nellie Robison, Lelh- bridge. Besides loving hus- band who passed away Feb- ruary U, 1935, she was prede- ceased hy one sisler and four brothers. The funeral service will be licld at 1MO p.m. on Saturday, in Soiithminster Unilrd Church, ivilli Itcv. Dr li. W. K. Elliott offiiating. In- Icnncnt will follow in the fam- ily plot, Mountain View Cemc- Icry. Flowers gratefully de- clined. MARTIN'BROS.'LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7055i FUNERALS COLLITON Requiem mass for Mr. Frank Colliton, who died in Ihe city Thursday, Aug. 19, 1971, after a long illness at the age of 84 years, was said at a.m. Monday in the Church of Uie Holy Angels, Coutts. Pallbearers were Orvel Warbcrg, Nick Ljppa. Albert Aijiscough, Gordon Waddell, Jake Wollershicm and George Robinson. Interment was in the family plot in the Coutts Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of tba arrangements. PLETT Funeral service for Miss Nelly Plett, native daughter of the South Ukraine who died at Coaldale Saturday, Aug. 21, 1971, after a long ill- ness at the age of 67 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 25, 1971, in the Mennonile Conference Church, Coaldale, with Rev. Peter Retzlaff offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Kor- nelius Willms, BUI Giesbrecht, Bill Janzen, John and George Nuefeldt and Kornelius Klas- sen. Interment was in the Coal- dale Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. COX Funeral service fo Gordon Alexander Cox, belovet husband of Mrs. Lora Cox Iron Springs who died suddenly at Picture Butte Saturday, Aug 21, 1971, at the age of 59 years was held at p.m. Wednes day, Aug. 25 1971, in Martin Eros. Memorial Chapel, 70 13th St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W K. Elliott officaling. Pallbear ers were Charles, Randy am Elton Storgard, Marvin am Terry Baker and Harlan Bor gard. Interment was in the farn ily plot in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Ltd Dircc tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS CHABAY Thank you to al friends and relatives for attend ing our mother's funeral. Specia thanks for flowers and sympathy cards. Chabay and family. tar CLAHK We would like lo express our sincere thanks ti our neighbors, relatives and friends, for their acts of kind ness, sympathy cards, flora tributes, donations; the ones who loaned boats and their timi in the loss of a dear son and brother. Clark family. 8291 SELDOM STRUCK A lunar landing site is struck perhaps once in 10 years by an outer-space object no larger than a bird seed. Pattern 7336 Stripe it right spark quiet iftfits willi these tops. Sizzling stripes run around ersatile vest and tank top. just single and double rochet (op off pnnls, skirls, atlcrn 733C: NEW sizes 8-U ncluded. Size 14 (bust SEVENTY F I V 15 CENTS coins) for each pattern (no nmps, please) add 15 cents ir each pattern for first-class lailing and spccinl handling HE LETHBRIDGE HERALD eaders Mail Limited Front Street West oronto Otrjnrlo Baldwin critical of govt. farm ad POLITICAL CRQQNfcK Uonny Daniels, Liberal party candidate in Edmonlon Jasper Place, (right) says he can. not afford campaign posies so he has faken lo singing lo his constituent. Accompanied by guitarist Sieve Sim- mons, Mr. Daniels belts out such diflies about his polificaf opponents as: "NDP'II nationalize you from your ha I 1o your shoes, we'll nalionalize sex, we've got nothing to lose." Injuries prove fatal Linda Bad Eagle, 16, ol' The accident occurred at Brocket died shortly after 9 i about 11 p.m. Monday on High- p.m. Wednesday In a Calgary hospital as the result of injuries she received when she was struck by a car. 3 about 3 miles west of Brocket. Miss Bad Eagle had been walking on the shoulder of the road at the time. By PAUL JACKSON Herald OUawa Ilnreau Progressive Con- servative House Leader Ger- ald Baldwin Wednesday launch- ed a vigorous attack against a federal government advertise- i incnt as "a misleading and ar-1 rogant waste of the taxpayers' i money lhat is aimed to fool Ihe pi'iilic about (he stale of west- ern agriculture.'' He said a careful survey of the advertisement, placed un- der the authority of federal Ag- riculture Minister Bud Olson, Liberal MP for Medicine Hat, and Wheat Board Minister Olio Lang, will be made to see Jicfber it constitutes a breach of misleading advertising reg-. ulations. The Peace River member, aid that the advertisement, en- j titled Prairie Fanners Gear Production To World tries to propogatc the notion that mth the help of the two ministers concerned the prai-1 rie grain industry is success-; fully responding to new world. conditions and is, therefore, on the road to a dj-namic recov- ery, i BLAMES FARMERS He said the advertisement. which first appeared in the j Aug. 21, edition of the Cana-! ttian Magazine, is an attempt j at the public's expense to; blame lie prairie farmer for I the crisis in western agricul- ture snd to suggest that Ihe Liberal government has faced j the fundamental problems of i the crisis and the rest is up to I the farmer. "Within the limitations of! I capital and forecast infonua-1 (ion, western farmers have long been adjusting to world conditions and deserve Iwfter than a phoney pat on Uie back I and a thinly veiled lecture on 1 facing reality." I Mr. Baldwin urged western prov i n c i a 1 governments and farm organizations (o vigorous- ly protest the advertisement and called on the federal gov- ernment to withdraw it and get down to developing creating1 programs, not creative adver- tisements. HEAL PROBLEMS Government policies, said Mr. Baldwin, pay no heed to the real problems in agriculture. He listed some of these as be- ing the increasing costs of pro- duction which arc reducing net farm income even though sales expand; falling international prices caused by the collapse of Ihe International Grains Agreement and floating of the Canadian dollar; and the de- cline in family farming caused by increasing costs and the government's pref e r e n c c large agricultural business. The bouse leader charged that the advertisement did not even loll Ihe truth about the specific.-, of its OUT! program. The text says that the govern- ment is "providing a stabiliza- tion program to poor years." ''In fact, the Prairie Grain Stabilization Act is nnly at sec- ond reading in Parliament, is opposed by all opposition par- ties, as an election issue, help- ed defeat the Thatcher govern- ment in Saskatchewan, and is not at all popular among farm- ers.'' He said Uie plan, called Bill C-244, which is [o be financed by both farmers and the gov- ernment, is not acceptable be- cause it ignores the special problems of the family farm and will in no way fight the declining net incomes ot prai- rie farmers. DROVE HOME RED WING, Minn. (AP) When the fire alarm rang one day recently, off-duty fireman Don Duden decided to hop on the truck for a ride and give UK others a hand. The firemen rushed lo a house on Burton h o 11 s e. Fire Chief Walter Engeldinger said Duden's I i v e -y e a r -o 1 d son, Erich, had been playing with matches and had set the bath- room on fire. smiLinc CRLL FOR 'LRBHTTS ;