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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta N CONTRACTS Ted Dlngham Construction Custom Built Home: aeJcM.orn, rumpui rooms and renovatlo.is. Phone 327- 3284.___________________4050-rt Willing to build new hornet, commer- cial or renovate your pre- sent home Peter Simons and Sons Construction Ltd 328-4066 Phone 327-6052 or 6571-Jft Circle K Excavating, 327-8123. Bob- cat specialists. Dirt ind gravel leveling, snow removal. We can do' any job lor you. 7143-tf BOX NUMBER REPLIES 148. 124, 63, 58, 39, 38, 31, 27, 25, 3 PUBLIC NOTlClS NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDQE in the Estate of LYLA MARQUARITE GRAHAM, late of Lethbrldge. Alberta, who died on the 16th day of April, 1974. Take notice that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by the 18th day of January, 1975, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. C. R. Van Kleek, Deputy Public Trustee, 201, 620 7th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta T2P OYo D47 Yugoslavs accuse Toronto man BELGRADE (Reuter) The trial of a Yugoslav-born Canadian charged with hostile activities will resume next in Varazdin in Croatia, Canadian sources said here Monday northern Embassy today. Steve Smintic, 40, formerly of Toronto, is charged with in- volvement in anti-Yugoslav activities while living in Canada and importing hostile propaganda into Yugoslavia. k He was arrested last August, shortly after his return from Canada with the intention of settling down in his family home in a nearby village. The trial was adjourned after opening on Nov. 14 to arrange for a report on his ac- tivities from the Yugoslav consulate in Toronto. Smintic, a naturalized Canadian citizen, was an official of the Croatian Peasants' Party in Toronto, which is considered here to be a nationalist emigre organization. He could face up to 12 years imprisonment if convicted. Smintic's defence lawyer expected that the trial would be concluded on Monday, and a verdict might be handed down the same day. Conspiracy charges revived WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S justice department urged a federal appeals court Wednesday to revive con- spiracy, assault and larceny charges against Russell Means and Dennis Banks, the American Indian Movement leaders involved in the 1973 Wounded Knee, S.D., takeover. Department lawyers said U.S. District Court Judge Fred Nicol failed to give the government a fair trial and erred by dismissing the in- dictments Sept.16 after accus- ing prosecutors and FBI of- ficials of misconduct. The judge accused the prosecutors of conspiring to encourage a government witness to commit perjury, suppressing an FBI statement exposing alleged perjury, attempting to cover up illegal use of military personnel and material at Wounded Knee, and violating professional eth- ics. THE FAMILY C ISirihs, In Memoriams I Cards Of Thanks T9. 1V74 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 33 DEATHS LOWE Thelma Elizabeth Lowe of Cardston, widow of the late Robert R. Lowe. Funeral service will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, December 21, in the Stake House, at Card- ston. SALMON FUNERAL HOME, Cardston, Directors of Funeral Service. CS270 ANTAL Passed away suddenly in the city on Tues- day, December 17, 1974, Mrs. Sarah Antal at the age of 70 years, beloved wife of Mr. George Antal of Coaldale. Born and raised in Hungary, the late Mrs. Antal came to Canada in 1929. She had resid- ed in Coaldale at the time of her passing. Besides her lov- ing husband she is also surviv- ed by three sons, Mr. George Antal Jr. and Mr. Lynn Dean Antal, both of Cardston, Mr. Donald John Antal of Coaldale; four daughters, Mrs. J. (Helen) Laturnus of Coaldale, Mrs. A. (Elizabeth) Sheremeta of Yellow Creek, Sask., Mrs. D. (Elizabeth) Jarnieson of Chatham, Ont., Mrs. W. (Rose) Keeler of Great Falls, Montana, Mrs. B. (Esther) Paoletti of Lethbridge; twenty-two grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; one sister, Ethel Klien in Hungary. She was predeceased by one son Albert. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Friday, December in Martin Bros. Ltd. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Klaus D. Tamke officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C5273 SCOTT Passed away in Lethbridge on Wednesday, December Doris Ann Scott, aged 70 years of 410 12 St. N. Born in Calgary her family lived in the Maycroft district. She married Dennis Edward Foley, in Calgary in 1S23. They resided in the Maycroft Mid Willow Valley District. Mr. Foley predeceased her in 1951. She moved to Maple Creek, Sask., where she married Robert W. Scott. They moved to the Lethbridge district in 1954, where she has worked in the Lethbridge Army and Navy Club until her recent illness. Mr. Scott predeceased her in 1972. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Army and Navy Veterans Club. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. J. (Florence) Kubasek, Pincher Creek, Miss Coleen Foley and Mrs. Shirley Sharpe, Lethbridge, and Miss Caroline Fn'ey; three grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; one step-son, Robert of Lethbridge; two step- daughters, a step-mother, Mrs. Pearl Douglas of Calgary; one sister, Mrs. Thelma Jones, Tucson, Arizona; one half sister, Mrs. Lillian Long, Victor, Mon- tana; one half brother, Stewart Douglas, Cowley. Predeceased by a son and daughter, Rene and Bud in 1927. Funeral services will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catnolic Church, Pincher Creek, Saturday, December 21, a.m. Rev. M. Hagel officiating. Interment in Fair- view Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in Eden's Chapel, Friday, December 20 at 8 p.m. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. C5274 RCUS and may the Christmas spirirwhich imbues the hearts of all mankind this joyous season remain with you and yours throughout the coming year." J and B Plumbing, Inc." DEATHS WALLACE Passed away in Toronto on Monday, December 16, 1974, Mrs. Maria 0. Wallace at the age of 80 years of Toronto, formerly of Lethbridge. A graveside service will be held at a.m. on Friday, December 20, 1974, at the Family Plot, St. Patrick's Cemetery, with Rev. Father J. A. Carroll O.M.I, officiating. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5272 TONNESON Passed away in Picture Butte on Mon- day, December 16, 1974, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Norman Anton Tonneson at the age of 55 years of Enchant. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Friday, December in Enchant Lutheran Church, with Pastor Jim Rismiller of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Enchant Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at the church from p.m. until prior to the time of service. In lieu of flowers those who wish may donate to the charity of their" choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5271 LONG TIME SQUIRREL Teresa, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long Time Squirrel of the Blood Reserve, passed away in Calgary on Monday, December 16th, 1974 at the age of 21 years. Born in Cardston, she had attended St. Mary's, St. Patrick's and Catholic Central Schools in Lethbridge and has resided in Calgary for the last several years. Besides her parents, she is survived by one son, Christopher, six brothers, Darius, Thomas, Willie, Clarence, Conrad and Martin, all of the Blood Reserve; four sisters, Sylvia, Blendine, Mary and Bonnita, all of the Blood Reserve. Also surviving is her grandfather, George Long Time Squirrel Sr. and two uncles, Douglas and George Jr. Requiem Mass will be said at St. Mary's Catholic Church on the reserve on Saturday, December 21st at a.m., Father J. Regnier as Celebrant. Interment will follow in the Blood Band Cemetery. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Cardston, Directors of Funeral Service. C5269 IN MEMORIAMS HOOD In loving memory of a mother and grandmother, Eva Hood, who passed away December 19, 1973. Ever loving, ever true, To the task God set for you; Mother dear, He knew 'twas done, So He called you home, our dearest one. remembered and sadly missed by Bob, Bill and family, and Doug and family 7774 FOX In loving memory of Alex Fox who passed away December 19, 1972. They say that time will ease the pain, and help us to forget, But time so far has only shown, how much we miss you yet, We miss your smile, your voice, your talk, the things you used to do, We miss the happy times we had, but mostly we miss you. remembered by wife Josephine, Juliana, Jim, Connie and Lanie 7738 CARD OF THANKS BIGELOW The family of the late Daisy Mary Bigelow wish to express their sincere thanks and deepest apprecia- tion to all those who in any way helped during our recent sad bereavement. We would especially like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff of the Taber General Hospital who did so much for our wife and mother. We would also like to say a special thank you to Bishop Wayne Gough. To those who took part in the ser- vice, the organist, and choir, President Ken Anderson, Bishop Clifford Pierson, Bishop Dennis Bennett, Bishop Authur A. Anderson, Myra Evanson, Marion Jensen and Rell Francis. The Ladies of the Third Ward Relief Society who served lunch after the Service. To Martin Bros. Funeral Direc- tors. To those who phoned, sent cards, food and flowers. You kindness will always be remembered. Bigeiow Family. 7797 CHRISTMAS CARDS NAGY To wish a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our friends. Anna Nagy 7646-21 MOLNAR Wishing all our families and friends a very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous Happy New Year. and Jolane Molnar 7576-21 HALL Liz and Bob Hall wish all their friends a very joyful Christmas and a Happy New Year. The cost of your cards has gone to the Cup of Milk Fund. 7595-19 WILSON Jim and MoUie, Sue and Angie wish all their friends and associates a Happy Yuletide. 7740 MILLIDGE I would like to wish my friends a Happy Christmas and a Very good New Year. -Rosa Millidge 7743-20 KENNEY To all our relatives and friends a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. and Edith Kenney. 7744-23 MORRISON We wish all our relatives, friends and neighbors a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. and Ethel Morrison 7634-21 PITTMAN Season's Greetings to all our friends and customers. George and Paula Pittman, Warner. Best wishes for the New Year. 7671-28 CHRISTENSEN I would like to wish my friends and relatives a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Christensen 7776 DUNCAN Joe, Darlene, Tanya, and Sharla would like to wish friends and relatives a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. 7775-24 PIRO We would like to wish all our friends and relations a very Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year. Piro and Family Shaughnessy 7778 JOHNSON To all our relatives and friends a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and family 7780 HUNTER Wishing all my friends and relatives a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Hunter 7792-21 SALMON I would like to wish all my relatives and friends a very Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year. Florence Salmon 7791 ORICH To all our relatives and friends a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Linda, Kevin and Vicki 7779 BRAU Wishing a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our relatives and friends. and Mrs. Gunter Brau and family. 7755-21 ALCORN Dear friends and relatives, may every Joy and Blessing be yours at Christmas and in the New Year. C. Alcorn 7777 DORCHAK We would like to wish all our relations and friends a Merry Christ- mas and a Healthy Happy New Year. and John Dorchak 7742 WHITNEY Due to illness we will not be sending out cards this year. We wish all our friends and relatives a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Florence- Whitney. 7648-18 CHRISTMAS CARDS RILEY Warm and sincere wishes for a very Merry Christmas, and good health in the New Year to all relatives, friends, and neighbours. -Bill and BeUe. 7739 MARTY Best wishes to all our friends, relatives and neighbors in the city and country A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. With love and Mary Harty. 7741-20 McCREA Having been out of circulation a number of years, it behooves me, at this time, to wish everyone I know a very, very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year. McCrea 7745-24 Airport gunmen bag SHANNON, Ireland (CP) Four masked gunmen and a woman, all believed members of the Irish Republican Army robbed a U.S.-owned bank at Shannon Airport today and fled in a hijacked panel truck with police said. The raiders broke into the Chase Bank of Ireland, jointly operated by the Chase Manhattan Bank and the Bank of Ireland, before it opened for business. They jumped a porter when he arrived to open up the bank. Thirteen other employees, including seven women, also were grabbed as they arrived for work and were tied up. The alarm was not sounded until one of the bank clerks worked his way out of his bonds two hours later. Police later found the geta- way truck abandoned 12 miles from Shannon Airport near Feakle, a village where IRA leaders met secretly with clergymen last week. U of L asks classes be limited to home turf Centre construction still halted by union Construction at Lethbridge Centre remains at a standstill as no settlement has been reached in the nine day old glaziers' strike against Cana- dian Pittsburgh Industries Ltd. But Poole Construction Ltd. has not given up hopes of resuming work before the new year, said Al Troppmann, the Poole job sponsor on the pro- ject. Ray Abbey of Calgary, business representative for Glassworkers Local 1725 of the International Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Trades, said the strikers want the same rates as those paid their counterparts at Advance Glass. They are in the same local. In a telephone interview, Mr. Abbey said the company offered the same wage as Ad- vance Glass pays, but without making it retroactive. The offer would have meant Horsemanship project rejected The horsemanship program proposed at the Lethbridge Community College was re- jected by the college board of governors Wednesday. The board made the deci- sion after hearing a recommendation from the director of the school of applied arts that called for the shelving of the program "for the time being" because its introduction may be "premature at this time." The board was informed that the horsemanship program offered in an Ed- monton college is having dif- ficulty attracting students and its operating costs have sur- passed early projections. The college will continue to offer an equestrian course as an elective offering to students. Gold medal honors Indian LONDON (Reuter) A Canadian Indian has been awarded a Royal Humane Society gold medal for saving1 two children from a burning house at the Keren Bay reserve in Ontario in May last year, it was announced here today. Abraham Starr, 33, receives the society's Stanhope gold medal, awarded annually for the bravest deed carried out in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Britain which has not been recognized by an award from Queen Elizabeth. According to the citation, Starr entered a burning house at the Heron Bay reserve on May under conditions of "an inferno of intense heat and smoke." He rescued three-year-old Rachel Fisher and her brother Larry, aged one, from the house, which was destroyed by the fire. A two-months-old baby girl died in the blaze. about 20 per cent less money in the first six months of the contract and was rejected, he said. A company spokesman told The Herald CPI's latest offer to the union was still outstan- ding. Talks are not being held, said the spokesman, but the company remains ready to sign an agreement anytime. The University of Lethbridge wants to put a stop to the practice of post secon- dary institutions offering courses out of their own region. The U of L has taken the first step toward more co operation between institutions by indicating it will ask for permission of local univer- sities and community colleges, when offering courses in other areas. The university has been operating under such an arrangement with Medicine Hat Community College and it wants to extend it to include other major institutions in centres such as Calgary, Red' Deer and Edmonton. The U of L has basically practised what it is now preaching in that it restricted' its off campus course offerings in an area that begins with Medicine Hat in the east and the American border in the south and ex- tends west to Coleman and north to Claresholm and Vulcan. The action by the university to adopt an official policy on off campus course offerings is an obvious attempt to put a stop to other educational in- stitutions offering courses within its regional boundaries. In the past, both the Univer- sity of Calgary and some American educational in- stitutions have offered courses in what the U of L considers its territory. "The U of L obviously can't be all things to all people, but we would like to know what is .going on and be in on the [planning of other universities .so we can assist them in offer- ing their programs in this vice president Owen Holmes stated in a prepared This would ensure more comprehensive educational sources in the Lethbridge area, and allow other in- stitutions the use of U of L facilities and personnel, he continued LCC governors reject scholarship proposal A proposed increase in the annual scholarship granted for outstanding achievement at the Lethbridge Community College was rejected by its governors Wednesday. In making the proposal to the governors, a LCC ad- ministrative committee also recommended that a major scholarship of for the top student in each school replace the one award of the board of governors now grants to the most outstanding stu- dent in the college each year. The committee, in a letter to the board, argue'd that it would be more fair to the students of each school to provide one scholarship for each school. It is difficult to compare the best student from one school to the best in another when they have been studying a completely different Kenyans issue exit order NAIROBI (CP) Kenya has decided to expel all Tanzanians holding down jobs that could be done by Kenyans in reprisal against the ex- pulsions of Kenyans from Tanzania. Because of widespread unemployment here, Presi- dent Jomo Kenyatta's ruling Kenyan African National Union has said that from Jan. 1 no foreigner can hold a job that could be done by a Kenyan. All foreigners living in Kenya are obliged to register with the police or immigra- tion authorities before Dec. 31. Eliud Mahihu, immigration commissioner, cited the case of 12 Kenyan children expelled from Tanzania because they refused to accept the socialist philosophy of President Julius Nyerere's country. He also said 84 Kenyan workers in a Tanzanian textile factory, at Mwanza on the southern shores of Lake Vic- toria, had been expelled because of their Kenyan nationality. The conflict cuts across a treaty of association signed by Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, which provided for freedom of movement and the right to settle in each o.ther's countries for nationals from the three signatory-states. curriculum, it explained in the letter. Chairman Bob Babki ex- pressed preference for one major award being given the most outstanding student instead of dividing the mooney among five outstanding students. Governor Dick Johnston felt the board would be wiser to provide more scholarships for students entering the second year of college studies instead of increasing an already large scholarship to the most out- standing graduate. When the board was inform- ed that the annual major scholarship is automatically increased each year to bring it in line with the yearly increase in the cost of living, it rejected the committee's recommendation. Basford released OTTAWA (CP) Revenue Minister Ron Basford was re- leased from hospital here Wednesday after six weeks of tests that still haven't iden- tified what ails him. Mr. Basford Centre) will rest at his home for two weeks while doctors evaluate the tests and treat- ment he has been undergoing, a statement issued by his of- fice says. The minister entered hospital Nov. 6 to undergo tests after complaining of numbness in his hands. An arthritic condition was suspected. The statement issued by Mr. Basford's office says his condition is much improved and that "his spirits are higher than they have been." Transit loan approved EDMONTON (CP) City council Wednesday approved by a vote of 10-2 a bylaw per- mitting the borrowing of million for rapid transit con- stuction in East Edmonton. The total estimated cost of the first section of the rapid transit system is million dollars. The provincial government has promised million. Patterns In a Casual Mood! PRINTED PATTERN 4689 SIZES Put yourself in a New Year mood with this shapely dress1 Sew it in all one fabric or choose a contrast color or tex- ture for standup collar. Printed Pattern 4689- Half Sizes 10VZ, 12Vz, 14Vz, 16M-, 18V2. Size 14Vz (bust 37) takes 1% yards 60-inch fabric. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order Add 15? each pattern for first- class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add sales tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne I Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7 Jiffy Set EMPLOY Nearly men and women now work for the char- tered banks in Canada, an in- crease of 57 per cent since 1963. Quick crochet! Make hew baby's bootees, cap, jacket in a jiffy. Open-and-closed shell stitches in 3-ply baby yam. So soft, pretty choose white with pink, blue, or yellow. Pattern 7318: crochet directions cap, boottees, jacket. 75 cents each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 ;