Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
16 THE IETHBR1DOE HERAID Tuesday, December 70, 1971 66 PERSONAL j ENTERTAINMENT SER- r- TRUDY 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS riRDY VACUUM T'UtS AND SER- VICE KISBY OF LRH- Save on Reupholstcring your Furnitun APPLIED r 6 69A WINTER ACCOMMODATION Skiing is Cxcellcn! AT SNOW VAUEY THE NEW TWO SEASON MOTEL AND LOUNGE "I'll bet OTHER -husbands don't have to put up security to get a loan from their strnas music 69B TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES Charier Flighf Information to BRITAIN EUROPE HAWAII MEXICO SPAIN The Travel SUN FUN HOLIDAYS 400 Lancaster Bldg., 304 8th Avenue S.W.. C a i g a ry 2. Phone 70 GARDENING 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Hy DELIA Herald News Service swelling from the voices and hearts of the hometown people ushored in the Christmas season bore at tta annual Rotary Christ- mas Festival. It drew large munbers of people. They came to listen to the old, old carols from many lands and to mingle their voices with friends and neigh- bors in Christmas song. Due lo road condition? there were no out-of-town singing groups taking part. President A. K. Dahl of the Raymond Rctary club wel- comed all who drove or walk- ed through heavy snowdrifts to attend. He introduced master of ceremonies Duane Forsytb, general chairman of the festi- val. The evening opened with the Raymond School Band, Grant COFFEE SHOP. Ing touTvjc Price Exclusive. Ladies dress v.'Hh stock and restaurant, Ccrrel" clean- Ing business Drive-fn and fralior 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCH.VARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City cr Town. Lowest Intersil rsk-s available. First end secand 75 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JCNES ROOFING, j2S- CI936-IT PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of Harry Jnsenh El- taf-s cf ine Hamlet of Skiff, in !he Province of Alterta, v.tio died on lOtn day nf December, 1971 TAKE NOTICE that all persons rmv- tnn claims upcn estate of the abovu named rvujst file with the under- sigriPd SRlici'nrs by ihe 2nd day cf February, a full statement r.f claims and cf securities held by COMPANY CUSTOM BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS rooms, renovations. Call Ted Binn- i ham construction. 277-Z1B-'.. J073-tf FENCES, FRAMItJG, FINISHING, remodeling needs. F-'ree estimates. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-S736. C34il-lf PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS WANTED FOR CONSTRUCTION OF TREASURY BRANCH, PICTURE BUTTE, AtBERTA j Erickson conducting, in Christ- mas numbers. Very young singers from the Raymond Elementary School, Velma Redd conducting, little K a t h y Broadhead, accompa- nist, rendered a medley from the operetta Merry Christmas, Mr. Snowman. The second group from the elementary school brought Christmas carols from the old world with three numbers from Czechoslovakia, France and Austria. Three church choirs, LDS Second and Third wards and the Welling choir, sang three numbers conducted by Jcnn- nine Jensen and with accom- panists Emma Dshl and Dora Oler. Rojanea Bingham and Keth- erine Kceler presented the Fourth Ward singers. The Raymond Ladies Glee I Club sang with Ruth Salmon i conducting and Emma Dahl accompanist. Tlie LDS Seminary chorus, p r i n c ipal Douglas Castleton conducting, eccompanied by Dianne Wilde, piano, Penny Takahasht, drums, Marilyn An- derson, chimes, sang two num- i bers. The conductor pleased the audience when he called for students in the audience who sang with the group last year to join this year's chorus in the singing of Carol of the Bells. Students home from ad- vcnced schools of learning j joined the chorus for their fi- nal number. The story of the first Christ- mas, old but ever new, was read by John R. Wolsey. The carols, with the audience sing- ing together, were conducted by Ruth Salmon with accom- j panist Emma Dahl. The invocation was given by Joseph Keclcr and the benedic- tion by Robert Wilde. emoriams DEATHS MKNSIXCKIl Passed away at the residence on Mon- day, December 27, 1971, Mr. Ad'iim Mensinger, at (he age of years, of Crescent Ave- Picture Butte. Funeral iirrangemcnis will ht. an- nounced w h f n completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. CMS JIl'XHOE Harry, passed away in Victoria, B.C. on Mon- day, December 27, 1971, at the age of IB years, beloved hus- band of Winona Munroo of Vic- toria, fcrmerly of Lethbridge. Besides his laving wife, he is survived by two sons, Robert J. of Lethbridge and Harry A. of Vancouver: two brothers, Stanley of Revelstoke and Nor- man o'f Lethbridge and a num- ber of grandchildren and great- grandchildren. He was prede- ceased by six sisters, two broth- ers and one daughter. The late Mr. Munroc was born and edu- cated in Lethbridge. He was a veteran of the First World War with the Fort Garry Horse Reg- iment and the railway troops in France. Mr. Munroe worked with the CPR for 49 years and on retirement in 1953 was Al- berta's senior railroad en- gineer. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Mr. and Mrs. Mun- rce have resided in Victoria for the past 18 years. Funeral ar- rangements with McCoIl Bros. Funeral Home in Victoria are not completed. Services Thurs- day, December 30. 5143A FAULKES Passed away on Sunday. December 26, 1971, V'vian Faulkcs, aged 62 years, beloved wife of Charles Faulkes of Fort Macleod. Born in Magrath, she moved to Fort Macleod in 1929, where she married Charles Faulkcs and resided there until her death. She was an active worker in j the Fort Macleod LDS Church. j Besides her husband, she is j survived by one son, Kevin of i Brandon, Manitoba: two daughters, Mrs. D. (Donna) Taylor of Calgary and Mrs. R. (Beth) Fisher of Edmonton; seven grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Ethel Gorham of Tabcr. Funeral service will be held in the Fort Macleod LDS Chapel, Wednesday at p.m., Bishop E. Derricott offi- ciating. Interment, Union Cem- etery. Friends may meet the family in the Relief So- ciety Room from p.m prior to the sen-ice. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C9275 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In rhe Estate cf 'William cf (tiR City Lettitridqe, in the Province cf who dind en the 29th clay of November, TAKE MOTlCF that nil persons having claimr, upcn tn; esMte cf tho above musf file with the un- dersigned solicitors by the 2nd day cf February, a full statement cf their claimr, and cf securities held by VIRTUE COMPANY Solicit-r fcr William Pavey Skplton and .Variorla Do.-etha Ward, 106 MrFarland Building, Lcthbi-idgp, Altc-rfa. D47 BIRDS INCREASED In contrast to i.he amphibians j and reptiles, the numbor of bird j families has increased since! they first appeared on earth, Sealed fenders addressed to the Deputy Minister of Public Works for Picture Butte, Alberta, will be receiv- ed up to 2 o'clcck P.M. Mountain Stan- dard Tune, Thursday, January 27, 1972, at Room tfi. Department of Public Works, Terrace Building, Ed- monton, Alberta. Plans, specifications and tender forms may bn obtained on applica- tion to !hc Contracts Branch, Deoart. mont of Public Works, Terrace Build- ing, Edmcntcn, and will be available to General Contractors. Mechanical and Electrical sub trades on deposit of Fifty Dollars (S50.CO) which will be refunded when plans and specifica- tions are returned to this department prepaid, complete and in good order not later than fourteen days after desist] date of tenders; otherwise the shall be forfeit. Plans ar.d have hoen placed with the Construction Associations in Leth- bridge, Calgary and Edmonton for Ihe use of sub" trades. Each tender must be ncrompanied by fa) a certified cheque or bid bond in Ihe dnioimt of S6.00D, OR; (b) a certified cheque or bid bond for an amount cf net less than of tender price. Certified cheques are to be made payable to the Provincial Treasurer. The at tent inn cf tenderers dra'ATi to th; "Public 'Works Page Clause 9, refers to Forfeiture The successful tenderer will be re- quired fn provide a certified nr noqctlsble or property assigned Government of Canada or Alberta Per Cent of the contract or a Performance Bend. THE LOWEST OR AMY TENDER WILL NOT NFCFSSARILY BE AC- Tfinders will f.e opened In public in the Department rf Public Works 'erencp Room 57C, Terrace Building, Erimcnfon. W. "A. B. SAUNDERS, P. EflG., Deputy Minister of Public 041 News leak is mystery CALGAJiY (CP1 Polra apparently have come to a dead-end in their search for the person or persons responsible for a city hall news leak, says Mayer Hod Sykes. The investigation had failed because reporters were unwill- ing lo provide information and police could make no progress, the mayor said. The attempt to discover the leak was hegun last week ,-ifter a newspaper and three radio stations carried reports from a secret meeting o f aldermen over proposed administrative changes at city hall. Among these interviewed were five reporters, the mayor and aldenneii, commissioners, the mayors executive assistant and secretarial staff. COMES FROM EARTH The word terrier is from the Latin word meaning earth, sig- nifying that type ol dog's habit of digging into the earth to rout its animal quarry. PYXE Passed away at Ta- bcr on Saturday, December 25, 1971, Carl, at the age of 56 years. Born at Taber July 30, HI15. He received Iris educa- tion in the Taber schools. He married the former Eris Dodd- ridge at Lethbridge in 1042. He joined the Canadian Army and received his dis- charge in 194fi. Mr. Pyne work- ed for Galon's at Lethbridge before moving hack to Taber in 1949, where he farmed until the time of his passing. He was-a member of the Canadian Le- gion and the Taber Elks Lodge. Survivors arc his wife, Eris. Taber; two sons, Ray and Greg of Taber; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Pyne, Leth- bridge; one brother, Hubert, Taber; three sisters, Mrs. Ken (Marcella) Oliver, Victoria, B.C.. Miss Isobel Pyne, Van- couver and Mrs. Al (Vera) Kenwood, Lethbridge. He was predeceased by his father, one brother and one sister. Prayers will lie .said in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber on Tuesday (tonight) at p.m. Funeral services will lx? conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church. Taber on Wednesday, December 29 at a.m., with Rev. Father Burke Hoschka celebrant. In- ternment will follow in the Ta- hcr Memorial Garden. HUM- PHRIES FUNERAL HOME, Tabcr, in charge of arrange- ments. CD277 FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE THE MYSTERY OF THE MARSUPIALS Part 2 AFTER EVOLVING IN THE WARSUPlAljS APPEARED BRIEFLY IN EUROPE (PBO3ABLY ACROSS. A NOB.TH ATLANTIC LAND BRIDGE) BEPORE ABOUT 25 WILLI' t GO THIS THEORY HAS ONE OVERWHELMING OSJECTIONJ NO TRACE OP ALIVE OR HAS BIIEN FOUND IN ASIA. IT WAS FORMERLY ASSUMED THAT THEY MU.Vr ALCiO HAVE CRACHFD VIA SOME KIND LAND WHICH ONCE CONNECTED fT WTTH AfitA. IN THE EVOLUTION OP TREE l-V'-iifl KANGAROOS IN NEW COULD THAT MARSUPIALS ARP SPREADING OUTWARDS PROM AUSTRALIA, RATHERi DEATHS ERITSLAND Oscar B., passed away in N. Vancouver on Saturday, December 25th, 1971 at the age of 75 years, bo- loved husband of Mrs. Mildred Eritstand of 625 14 St. S Fu- neral arrangements will oe an- nounced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., in Charge of Arrangements. C9273 LONG TIME SQUIRREL Deana, passed away in the city on Monday, December 27th, 1971 at the age of 10 years, beloved daughter of Nel- lie Long Time Squirrel of the Blood Reserve. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTEN- SEN S A L M 0 N FUNERAL HOME LTD., in Charge of Ar- rangements. C9280 ELCHYSHYN Alex, pass- ed away hi the city on Sunday, December 26th, 1971 at. the _ of 06 years. Mr. Elchyshyn came to Canada in 1930 settling in the Lethbridge district. He worked in the No. Eight coal mine and when it closed he op- ersfted his own farm in the Kipp district, where he con- tinued to reside until the time of his passing. Suvrivors in- clude four nieces; three ne- phews, and one sister-in-law. Funeral services will be held in the Christensers Chapel o n Wednesday, December 29th at It a.m.. with Father L. Syven- key officiating. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary Cemetery. Prayer services will be held'in the CHRISTENSEN CHAPEL on Tuesday, Decem- ber 28th at p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. CS279 181 BEDD1NGTON Passed suddenly in the city on Friday, December 24, 1971, Mr. Roy Wesley Bedding- ton, at the age oi 52 years, beloved husband of Mrs. lowna Geor- gina Beddington, of 402 12 St. N. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, December 30th at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, with Rev. R. E. (Ted) Eskdalc officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Field of Honor, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., phone 328-2361. Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of Mrs. M. N. Wray, 1705 15 Street S. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Sendee. C9285 NASH Passed away on Sunday, December 26, 1971, Margaret Elizabeth Nash, aged 54 years, beloved wife of Cyril Nash of Fort Macleod. Born and raised in Fort Mac- leod, she married Cy Nash in the Cardston United Church in 1939 and has resided in Fort Macleod until her death. Also survived by one son, Lloyd Cyril of Fort Macleod; two daughters, Mrs. D. (Edith) Mads en of Lethbridge and .1, (Sharon) Harrison of Pincher Creek; five grandchil- dren; two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Nash, Fort Macleod and Mrs. Shirley Sanderson, Consul, Sask. Funeral service will be held in the Trinity United Church on Thursday at p.m., Peter Walker officiating minister. Interment, Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of the drug stores. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C9274 AKIZOXO Nika, passed away in the city following a lenglhy illness, oh Monday, De- cember 27th, 1971 at the age of 72 years, beloved wife of the late Zentaro Arizono. Lett to mourn her passing are two sons, Masao of Coalhurst and Takashi (Tom) of Watcrton; two daughters, Mrs. M. (Emiko) Tokuda of Picture Butte and Mrs. K. (Tomiko) Kcbayashi of Lelhbridgc; 12 grandchildren, four great- grandchildren, and two broth- ers and one sister, all of Ja- pan. Funeral and wake ser- vices will be held in Ihe Pic- ture Butte Buddhist Church on Wednesday, December at 7 p.m., with Rev. S. Kosaka of- icialing, assisted by Y. Izumi. InUrir.ent service will >e h e 1 d in the Christcnson Chape! in Lcthbridge on Tliurs- December 30th at 10 a.m., with burial to follow in the Mountain View C e m c 1 e r y. HHISTENSEN SALMON FIJ- N'ERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. DEATHS SHAVE Passed away in the city on Friday, December M, 1071, Mr. Harold Shave at the age of 08 years of 012 6th Avenue S. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C928G COURTOREILLE Passed away suddenly in Calgary on Sunday, December 26, 1971, Mr. Wilbert Courtoreille, at the age of 17 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. David Courtoreille of Turin. Funeral arrangements 1 be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9287 POWELSON Jennie, ed away in West Vancouver on Sunday, December 26th, 1971, beloved mother of Bert Powc-l- son of Raymond. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTEN- SEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in Charge of Ar- rangements. C92B1 GKEGSON Sarah, passed away in Fort Macleod on Mon- day, December 27th, 1371, at the age of 94 years, beloved wife of the late James Greg- son. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., in Charge of Arrangements. CS282 LOOSE James Duane, passed away in Can'ston on Sunday, December 26th, 1971 at the age of two years, beloved son of Courtney and Linda Loose of 725 18 Street S. Fu- neral sen-ices will be held in the 10th Ave. LDS Chapel on Thursday. December 30th at 3 p.m., with Bishop Ruedon Selk officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Mountain View Cem- etery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 2 p.m., until prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON" FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. CS283 PROVOST Passed away on Friday, December 24, 1971, Ed- ward, aged 45 years, beloved husband of Liza Provost, Pei- gan Reserve. Also survived by four sons, Wesley, Patrick, MeHin and Merlin; four daugh- ters, Sharon, Delorise, Beverly and Karen; three brothers, James, Andrew and Jerome; four sisters, Agnes, Christine Patricia and Jenny and his mother Angeline. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Brocket, Wednesday at a.m., with Rev. G. Fortier of- ficiating. Interment, Brocket Cemetery. Funeral arrange- ments by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C9276 FUNERAL WYMAN Funeral sen-ice in California recently was con- ducted for a former Iron Springs resident, Edward Al- bert Wyman, who died sudden- ly in California Thursday, Dec. 16, at the age of 55. The son of pioneer Iron Springs home- steaders Bert and Bessie Wy- man who predeceased him, he is survived by his loving wife, Marie Jeanne Wyman and four Mrs Wayne (Diane) Allen, Mrs. Tom (Lorraine) Jensen, Raymond, and Valerie; and six grandchildren. He i; also sun'ived by four sisters Mrs. Jack (Betty) Coffey, ol Lethbridge, Mrs. Lloyd (Alice) Handlcy of Cranbrook, B.C., Mrs. Cyril (May) Noble, of Iron Springs, and Mrs. William (Doris) Dalgliesh of Picture Butte. IN MEMORIAM HILLMER In loving mem- ory of my dearest husband, father, grandfather, Hcrmar Albert Hillmer, who passed away December 28, 1962. We miss you more than any- one knows, each day that passes the emptiness grows. The tears in our eyes will wipe away, but the ache in our hearts will always stay. God put your arms around him, keep him in your care, Make up for all he suffered, keep him happy there. Only a cluster of wishing that that God had spared him, just a few more years. alone knows just how deeply you arc missed by your loving wife, Maude, sons and daughters and grandchildren. 2641 IN MEMORIAM McLKAN In loving mem- ory of James Dellmer, who passed away December 21, 1589. The rolling stream of life rolls on, But still the vacant chair, Recalls the love, the voice, The smile of the one who once sat there. remembered by his wife and families. 5140 Rites held for archdeacon OTTAWA (CP) Funeral services were held Monday for Archdeacon Channel! Galbraith Hepburn, rector for 36 years of All Saints Anglican Church and a Canadian army chaplain in two world wars. Archdeacon Hepburn died Thursday in the National De- fence Medical Centre. He was 83. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS New E. Evans, 52, editor of the editorial page of tire Wall Street Journal, who joined the newspaper in 1946 and served as ils foreign corre- spondent covering Berlin and Europe 1B4C-49, apparently of a heart attack. Cattle theft largest in history RED DEER (CP) Turkey may be the traditional holiday fare but that failed to deter rustlers who got away with more than of cat- tle recently on the Clarence Hill Ranch about 30 miles northwest of here. RCMP constable Jim Dunn, of the rustling detail, said it was believed the theft of 22 un- branded heifers and two steers was one of the largest in cen- tral Alberta history. He said the animals were ta- ken from a paddock near a paved road, Highway and that a three-ton truck with at least an 18-foot box probably was used to haul the animals away. SECOND TIME It was the second time ths ranch had been hit by rustlers this year. Earlier a four-year- old purebred hereford bull was stolen. Constable Dunn said com- plaints of cattle thefts in cen- tral Alberta have increased 20 per cent this year compared with 1970. The increase in the number of animals taken is up by about the same percentage. He said 23 rustling cases have been successfully dealt with in the courts this year but only a small number of the stolen animals were recovered. Most of the animals end up being butchered but tile trend was to sell the animals live, he said. Hijacker faces TORONTO (CP) The "ra- tional and rather calm" man who hijacked an Air Canada DO9 jetliner and diverted it to Cuba Sunday may be charged with kidnapping. "That's the charge we're con- H. W. Metcalf, Crmvn attorney of Peel County, said Monday night. He said after a charge was laid, the next step would be lo consult the department of exter- nal affairs to see if extradition of the suspect from Cuba was possible. An external affairs spokes- man said earlier that Canada does have an extradition treaty with Cuba but "it is an old one and unfortunately air piracy is not included in it." Mr. Melcalf, in whose juris- diction the hijacking occurred, said Monday night he would consult with external affairs on the possibility of extraditing the suspect on kidnapping or some other charge. Police in Mississauga, who have jurisdiction in cases in- volving the airport, said they were told by the external affairs department the hijacker carried a passport healing the name of Patrick Critton, 24, a native of New York City's Harlem dis- trict. The man was described by the crew as well-dressed with close-cropped hair but the pass- port pholo showed a man with long sideburns and an Afro-style haircut. The man also toM a steward- ess he was going to Cuba be- cause he participated in a New York City bank robbery in which a teller had been shot. However, a police spokesman in New York City said there was no warrant outstanding for anyone by the name of Patrick Critton. He said the suspect's state- ment was being investigated by both the New York City police and the Federal Bureau of In- vestigation. New gliost town CUT BANK, Sask. (CP) This tiny southwestern Sas- katchewan community will be- come a virtual ghost town when a provincial government deci- sion to close a native training centre takes effect Dec. 31. There are 40 houses in the community, 100 miles northeast of Kegina, in addition to a school and farm that make up the training centre. HAVE ANCESTORS Birds resembling loons, gulls, cormorants, geese and herons can be traced back about 100 million years. CLEANUP CONTINUES A razakar, term for irregular troops who sided with West Pakistan in recent war, still wearing an ammunition bandolier across his chest, is tied up after being caplurod by Mukti Bahinl in Jcssoro, Bangla Desh.