Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
THI lITHniDOE HHAID Tueiday, January 4, 1971 70 GARDENING FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC PHONE 32B-30M. "39 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 500 11 MONTH OLD HONNECKE hens. Phone 113-SIU, Taber. H21-1 SPECIAL HEAVY ROASTING CHICK ens Psn ready. Hem Ib rooslirs, 2Sc Ib. Also frlira, 3Bc 1 Frt, delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale, M 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUREBRED MINIATURE SILVER Poodlts. Phone 32WSU. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES COFFEE SHOP, RESTAURANT Beer and wine license applied lor, din- ing lounge Price S1I5.000. Exclusive _ Uriss shop wilh slock an modern slore General garage an resHuranl, on'" Corral cle.n Ing business Drive-ln and tralle court. wrlla L. S. Handley, Box IB Coaldale. Oliver Handley Real Eslat Ud- OH7-17J CONVENIENCE STORES An excellent opportunity to own and operale a new con- venience slore forming pnr of a franchisee! group with units located throughout Al berta. Management advice, merchandising a s s 1 s tance, store supervision and olhi services supplied. Minimum investment required Apply in confidence stating educational and background to: business CONVENIENCE STORES, BOX 141, LETHBRIDGE HERALD 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 19S7 College Mall. Phone 3J8-333I The widest facility available. We cen- Bider ALL TYPES of morlgage loans. C93S3-S 75 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG. ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 338- CUSTOM BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS rooms, renovations. Call Ted Bing- nam construction. 3J7-3JBJ. TOB-tf OARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuecoJns- Anderson find Sorenson Construction, 1030 7lh Ave. S. Phone C7377-W FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proollng. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-B2B6. BOX NUMBERS 11, 133, 130, 137. PUBLIC NOTICES TRUDY "Looks like the Johnsons are showing home movies of their kids again." Jfyirtlis, JLjecttks, J-i Of arents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. and a brother, Harold, all of Calgary; a sister, Mrs. Ed (Helen) Rossetti, Lethbridge. Born at Leth- bridge, Mr. Hegy resided in Calgary since 1952 and was past president of the Calgary Jeep Club. Services at Jacques Funeral Home, Calgary, Wed- nesday at 10 a.m. Interment in Mary's cemetery. 5326 Roger Davis TENDERS ADDITION TO J. S. SMITH HIGH SCHOOL CARDSTON, ALBERTA Sealed tenders will be received a? The office cf Ihe undersigned or the Cardston School Division No. 2 up to 3 p.m. Tuesday, January 2Sih, 1972. Plans and Speclficalions may be ob- tained from the Architect's office upon deposit of a S50.00 Certified Cheque. Plans and Specifications have been placed with the Edmonton, Calgary and Leth bridge Construction Associa- tions. GORDON AND MANGOLD ARCHITECTS, 9B34 105th Street Edmonton, Alberta. JIO NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHHRIDGE In the Eslate of THOMAS ARTHUR MAR LOW, late, of Ihe City cf Leth- brldge, in the Province of Alberta, who died on 'he 27th day of October, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing c a ms upon the Estate of the above named musl file with the undersigned by the 2Bth day of January, 1972, a full stalement of Their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 20] Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors tor the Executor. J1J NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN At.BERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Eslale of JAMES THOMAS, tare, or the City of Lclhorldge, In Ihe Province of Alberla, who died on the 12lh day of October, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the Estate of the above named must file wllh Ihe undersigned 6y tne 2Sfn day of January, A.D 1972, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executor. f NEW MANAGING EDITOR PRINCE ALBERT (CP) Jim Martyn has been appointed managing editor of the Prince Alberta Daily Herald it was an- nounced here by J. W. Denhoff, publisher anr! general manager. D steps into Pattern r Duel role Look smart in the newest 'ashions under the sun. Instant-Crochet tunic and iumper that's also a dress. Use 3IG hook, novelty yam in- eresting texture is top fashion. Pattern 7384: New sizes 10-16 uicl. Size 12 (bust SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents or each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to 'HE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 0 Front Street West Toronto 1. Otnario HOLLOYWOOD Tete- vesion actor Roger Davis will replace the late Peter Duel as co-star of the Alias Smith and Jones series, Universal Studios and the ABC network announc- ed here. Duel, 31, died New Year's Eve at his Hollywood Hills home of a gunshot wound in the head. Police said it prob- ably was self Inflicted. Davis steps into Duel's form- er role as Hannibal Hayes Alias Joshua Smith in the western adventure series about two young outlaws seeking am- nesty from their criminal past. His partner Jed Kid Curiric, alias Thaddeus Jones, is play- ed by Ben Murphy, KERRISON Friday, De- cember Mr. Thomas William Kerrison, aged 83 iliary Hospital, Calgary. Born iliary Hospital, Calgary. Bron at Murton Colleries, County of Durham, England, he came to Canada about 1912 and home- steaded at Kiimondale, Alta. and later operated coal mines at Bow City and Standard, Alta. Mr. Kerrison worked for some years in the mines at Drum- heller followed by several years in Lethbridge where he owned a furniture store until retirin to Calgary in 1S59. He was pre- deceased by his wife Caroline Aug. 7, 1971. Mr. Kerriso leaves to mourn three sons James A. and John G., of Ca gary, Thomas W., Nelson, B.C tour daughters, Mrs. Lillian R Tarleton, Calgary, Mrs. (Lorraine) Ralph, Whitehors Yukon, Mrs. F. (Ethel) Stack Remscheid, West German Mrs. Valerie Bird, Calgary; grandchildren; 17 great grand children and brothers and sis- ters in England. Services at th Garden Chapel (Foster Funera 540 16 Ave. N.W., Cal ?ary, Wednesday, at p.m Rev. J. L. Bouey, of Westmin ster United Church officiating DEATHS MILLER Gordon, passed away in the city on Sunday, January 2, 1972, at the age ol 29 years, beloved son of Frank and Irma Miller of Elkwater, Alberta. Gordon was born in Lethbridge and received his ed- ucation in the Schools of Leth- bridge and was working on the Sun Rise Ranch prior to his passing. Besides his parents he leaves to mourn his passing a brother, Wesley, of Lethbridge. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Wednesday, January 5th 1971, at 11 a.m., with Rev. R. W. K. Elliolt officiating. Interment will follow in the Arohmount Memorial Gardens. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C9391C Cremation. C938 DEMERS Passed away the tity on Saturday, January 1, 1972, following a lenghty il ness, Mr. Ed mond August De- crs, at the age o i9 years, beloved husband o Urs. Alice Demers of 1014 34 St. S. Born in Lethbridge, th ate Mr. Demers received his early education in Skiff. H served with the H.C.A.F. durin the Second World War and spen several years with the B.A. Oi" Co. and Imperial Oil Co. i Canada and South America. H purchased and operated the ho el in Colinton, Alberta until re- iring in 1970 to Athabaska. H moved to Lelhbridge in Augus 971 and has resided here unti his passing. Besides his loving wife, Alice, he is survived b his step-mother, Mrs. Ellen De- No' explanation of the change I meta- LetHrHge; one daugh- of faces is planned, a network j ter. Michelle at home; four r '_ _ flftnw Tilt ft. TT flfn spokesman said when Davis makes his first appearance in an episode Feb. 3. Universal Studios, which films the series, said it has signed him to an exclusive contract. General Electric ex-chief dies SCARSDALE, N.Y. (AP) Charles E. Wilson, former pres- dent of the General Electric X who served in key United itatcs government posts during he Second World War and the Corean War, died Monday at his home. He was 85. Wilson, who rose from an of- ice boy to become president of General Electric, was named by 'resident Franklin D. Roosevelt n 1942 to head the war produc- tion board. President Harry S Truman lamed Wilson director of the of- ice of defence mobilization in 950. He held the post until 1952. sisters, Mrs. C. E. (Gert) Gra ham, Dawson Creek, Mrs. E B. (Betty) Zook and Miss Ka McCallion both of Lethbridge Mrs. L. (Frances) Miller, Bar ons; six brothers, Messrs. Mike Demers, Edmonton, Andre De- mers, Lethbridge, Cyril De- mers, Kamloops, Gus Demers Lethbridge, Bill Demers, Cal gary and Don Demers, Leth- bridge. He was predeceased by one brother and one sister Prayers will be said on Tues- day at R p.m. in Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. Phone 328-2361 (Courtesy parking at the rear o the Requim Mass wil celebrated on Wednesday a a.m. in the Assumption Parish Catholic Church, wilh Rev. Father Bruce Field offici ating. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Section, Moun- tain View Cemetery. In lieu ol Flowers, friends may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund ta, M. N. Wray, 1705 I5th St. Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS. iTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9391 AtONTnttS OF SCIENCE HOPE AGAINST HEPATITIS Part 2 FOGGIN Passed away in Magrath on Friday, December 31, 1971, following a brief ill- ness, Mrs. Florence Foggin, at ;he age of 83 years, of Leth- aidge, formerly of Del Bonita, xloved wife of the late Mr. Joseph Foggin. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in Southminster United Church, with Rev. C. Camocban officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the family jlot, Archmount Memorial Gar- liens. Friends may pay their re- spects at Martin Bros. TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Ave. S., phone 328-2361, (courtesy larking at the rear of the Chap- MARTIN BROS. LTD., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C9389 NOWAK Leo, passed away in Bow Island on Saturday, January 1, 1972, at the age of B9 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Rebecca Nowak of Bow Island. Mr. Nmvak was bora in Kitchner, Ontario on Feb- ruary 2, 1882. He came to Al- berta in 1909 to the Conquer- ville District, where he farmed until retiring in 1951. Survivors include his loving wife, Rebec- ca; two sons, Martin of Fore- most and Norman of Bow Is- land; and one grandson, Rob- ert. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel in Lethbridge on Wednesday, January 5th at 2 p.m., with Rev. Leslie Smith officiating. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations may be made to the of the deceased. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- DEATH EVENSON Passed away In the city on Friday, December 31, 1971, Mr. Peter Evenson a' lihe age of 77 years, of Leth bridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD, Directors of Funeral Service. C9390 FUNERALS CHARLES Funeral service for Benjamin Charles, beloved husband of the Late Mrs. Kate Charles who died in the city Tuesday, Dec. 14, 197J, after a brief illness, was held at p.m. Thursday, Dec. 16, 1971, in Martin Bros. Memorial Cha- pel with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Pallbearers were Larry Charles, Jack Kehough, Dennis and Douglas Housely, Glen Christensen and Dennis Littler. Interment was hi Moun- tain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Directors of Funeral Service, was in carge of the arrangements. BEDDINGTON Funeral service for Roy Wesley Bcd- dington, beloved husband of Mrs. lowna Georgina Bedding- ton of 402 12th St. N. who died suddenly in the city Friday, Dec. 24, 1971, at the age of 52 years, was held at p.m. Thursday, Dec. in Mar- tin Bros. Memorial Chapel with Rev. R. E. (Ted) Eskdale of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Bill Flynn, Bud McLean, Orlando Luciairi, Mas Sarayama, Allan Merrick and Joe Berti. Inter- ment was in the Field of Honor in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors Funeral Service, was in charg of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS MOUNT In loving memory of n dear son and brother, Reg- inald Harry, who passed away January 2, 1971. The rolling stream of Me rolls on. But still the vacant chair Recalls (lie love, the voice, the smile Of one who once sat there. remembered b y mother, George. Eve, Eddie and 5280 NEVILLE In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father, and grandfather, Frederick Ro- bert, who passed away January 4th, 1969. A silent star shines o'er the grave Not very far from here, Where lies the one we can't forget As it dawns another year. remembered by hil loving wife Alice and chil- dren, Frederick, Ramona, Clark, Brenda and grand- lLS. doubt grows children. 5322 neral Service. C9391A MARKUS Passed away on Monday, January 3, 1972, Law- rence Edward1 (Bud) Markus, age 41 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Velma Markus of Pineher Creek. Born in High [liver, he was raised in Clares- lolm, he married Velma Keer and they resided in Clares- wlm, Lethbridge and Waterton ?ark, where he operated Bud Harkus Electric until the time of his death. He is also sur- vived by two sons, Ohuck and Doug; one daughter, Penny; lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Markus of Claresholm. Hie funeral service will be Kid in Eden's Funeral Home, Pincher Creek on Wednesday, January 5 at 2 p m., Rev. Fath- er M. Hagel officiating. Inter- ment in Fainriew Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME TD., Pincher Creek, C93B8 DUNLOP Aline, passed away in the city on Monday, January 3rd, 1972, at the age if 57 years. Mrs. Dunlop was in Nova Scotia on October 5, 1915. In 1933, she married lames Dunlop. They mined in River Hebert until 1947. when hey came to Bellcvue. In 1955, hey moved to Lethbridge, where she has resided until the time of her passing. She loved hildren, to knit and do cross- word puzzles for enjoyment nd pastime. She was interest- ed'in people and helped many n her life. Left to mourn her jassing are one son, Curtis of three daughters, lire. Fred (Dora) Poch of Lcth- ridgc, Mrs. Roy (Marie) Krish of Coleman and Mrs. C. (Lil- an) Gatto of Bcllevue; 14 grandchildren; two sisters, [rs. Leon Burke of Frank and Irs. Goorgina While of Nova colia, and four brothers, Jo- eph, Amy, Bcbc, and Jules londeau, all of Nova Scotia, he wns predeceased by her ERITSLAND Funeral se vice for Oscar B. Eritsland, be- loved husband of Mrs. Mildrec. Eritsland of 623 14th St. S. wl died at North Vancouver, B.C Friday, Dec. 24, 1971, at th age of 75 years, was held p.m. Friday, Dec. 31, 197 in the Christensen Chapel, Let bridge, with Rev. Walte Schoepp officiating. Pallbear era were Garry Matolsci, E. Scully, Walter Currie, N. Wai Martin Houtekaicer and Joe Pisko. Interment was in Arcl mount Memorial Garden Christensen Salmon Funera Home Ltd., Directors of Funer al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. POWELSON Funeral ser vice for Mrs. Geneviev (Jenny) Powelson, wife of the Me David Powelso who died at West Vancouve Monday, Dec. 27, 1971, at the age of 84 years, was held a 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 31, 1971 in the Raymond Second LDS Chapel with Bisho George Bonne officiating. Pal bearers were Gordon and Mai Fred Miller, Mirz Pack, Arnold Harris and Wil liam Hague. Interment was in the Temple Hill Cemetery Christensen Salmon Funera Home Directors of Funer al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. LONG TIME, SQUIRREL Funeral service for Deana Long Time Squirrel, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom and Nellie Long Time Sqicrre of the Blood Indian Reserve who died at Lethbridge Dec 27, 1971, at the age of 10 years was held at 10 a.m. Friday Dec. 31, 1971, in St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church with interment following in the St Mary's Blood Band Cemetery Pallbearers were Leo Hairy Bull, Art Wells, Douglas Long Time Squirrel and Colvis Sho Both Sides. Christensen Sal men Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service was in charge of the arrange- ments. isfaand, James, on March 18, 968. Funeral services will bo eld in the Christensen Chapel n Thursday, January 6th, 1972 11 with Rev. R. E. Esk- ale officiating. Interment will How In the Mountain View c m e t e r y. CHRISTENSEN ALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funcrftl Scr- CO, C9391B CARDS OF THANKS DEWAR The family of Mrs, Agnes Dewar wish to thank her friends for cards, flowers and phone calls wiUi special thanks to Mr. Gordon Miller, Miss Dorothy Henderson, Mr. Bill McKay, Ihe doctor and (he nurses and staff of Emergency, Intensive Care Unit of the Muni- cipal Hospital, while she was a patient there. William Dewar, Mr. and Mrs. John Dewar and girls. 5281 the many friends and relatives who attended the open house hold in honor of our 50th Wedding Anniversary, we extend our hcnrtfclt apprecia- tion, We are grateful for Ihe many cards, tclcgrnms, tele- phone calls and gifts. Our thanks to nil''who helped in so many wnys, to moke it such a happy occasion for us, Best wishes for a Happy New Year to all. and Violet Perry, Coal- dale. 62M DEWAR In loving mem- ory of our dear friend Billie Three year have passed since that sad day You did not bid us goodbye. It was God's will that you should not stay. A million words cannot ex- pess our thoughts of you every day, We miss you more arid more As time goes by. remembered by Mr. and Mrs. William Dewar, Mr. and Mrs. John Dewar and girls. 5325 Deaths Yesterday 3y THE CANADIAN PRESS Stewlacke, N.S. Russ Ed- ward Dickie, 85, a well-known lumber manufacturer and ex- porter. Toronto Bill MacWilliams, 70, a golf professional for 58 years and life member of the Canadian Professional Golfers Association. Hollywood Peter Duel, 31, co-star of the television series Alias Smith and Jones, found fatally shot in his home appar- ently by bis own hand. Maurice Chevalier, the debonair French showman with- the twinkling eyes and jo- vial smile; of a heart attack. Sydney. N.S.-E. C. Doyle, 89, a former member of the Nova Scotia legislature. Victor Macaulay Knight, 69, retired managing director of Saunders of Toronto Publishers Ltd.; after lengthy illness. Beverly Hills, Lucien Subbard, 83, producer of Wings, he first motion picture to re- ceive an academy award. Herbert G. Juster, 49, who was the 31st person to un- dergo a heart transplant at Stanford University Medical Centre in Palo Alto, Calif. Phoenix, Dr. Lillian Moller, Gilbreth, 93, real-life mother in the book and movie Cheaper by the Dozen. Court told explosives were duds By GEORGE ESPER SAIGON (AP) Weighed against the military achieve- ments, there seems t; be grow- ing doubt among Americana here that the decision to esca- late the air war in Indochina was worth the loss of 13 crew members and 10 United planes in three weeks. Some wonder if the United States handed North Vietnam propaganda victory at the ex- pense of U.S. prisoners of war. They also speculate Out the massive attacks against North Vietnam last week may have toughened Hanoi's stand on re- leading even a few prisoners of war. President Nixon ssys he had no choice but to order the bombing of North Vietnam for five days last week because of stepped-up North Vietnamese infiltration of men and Euppllei so far. One U.S. military source says thai over-all infiltration of men and supplies GO far this year is about the same as last year and if anything is slightly less. A senior U.S. diplomatic source said the same thing a month ago. DISCLOSE 61 STRIKES U.S. command communiques show a total of 61 so-called "protective-reaction" strikes ky side North Vietnam during the last six months against what pi- lots considered hostile actions by anti-aircraft defences. Only 17 of these involved U.S. reconnaissance planes and their escorts that ware either fired on or allegedly threatened when North Vietnamese radar began tracking them, so action pilots consider preparatory to firing. Of the 61 engagements, 23 oc- curred in December. Four of the 23 involved reconnaissance There were no an- nouncements of reconnaissance planes shot down during the last six months. This would indicate that most of the North Vietnamese attacks or threats were on U.S. planes either conducting or supporting bombing strikes against Hie Ho Chi Minh trail in Laos. Suppos- edly there Is m way for North Vietnamese anti-aircraft d e- fences to distinguish between an unarmed reconnaissance plane and its armed escorts. Nixon says the five days of bomb ing were "very, very effective." However, there ii evidence that the raids fell short of their objectives because of low cloud cover that ham- pered pinpoint bombing. ROME (AP) Sacks of sup- wsed explosives seized by in- restigators in an alleged Fascist lot contained mostly fertilizer nd salt for cattle, exports re- jorled today to the Rome public rosecutor. A total of 27 persons, includ- Jig two retired generals and ormcr Fascist officials, have jeen charged or advised they re under investigation in the ase, Five have been in prison rnce March. The main figure hi Ihe case, rince Junio Valerio Berghcse, at large. One of the main elements in ic police action was provided y discovery of 13 yards of [use ind several sacks of what police escribed as explosives, all und on a farm owned by urghese near Rome. In their report lo the prosecu- r, however, the experts said icy found only about one pound explosives in the sacks and rest was stilt and fertilizer. Borghcsc's lawyers said the xplosives were for n neighbor's o in a nearby quarry. Police allege that scores of gilt-wingers met in December, 70, wllh plans lo lake over Ihe tcrlor ministry, the Romo dio and television station and her buildings. Then something rait wrong and the Insurrection ever materialized, police cald. DANISH PRINCESS Princess Margaret Is (he heir lo the Danish throne. Her father, King Frederik IX, If under intensive care treatment in a Copenhagen hospital lor an acute heart attack. Hoax misfires, TV program chief jailed QUITO, Ecuador (Repter) The government Monday night closed a television station arid jailed its program director be- cause of a hoax that misfired. The station announced during a comedy show that the govern- ment had decided to cancel gen- eral elections scheduled for next year. The period from Dec. 20 to Jan. 6 roughly corresponds April Fool's Day In many parti of Latin America. Channel Eight loM Its viewers nftcr the program that Ihe elec- tion announcement was a nonit by then It had already been picked up and repeated by another television station which quoted "a high source" lor information.