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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC 111 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS T, THE ESTATE 0" PAUL NOTICE T-r xrViAs A J J .7 o >o o JlrariM. 1 S liandles physical barrier -ja-y, 1573, 2 f.il :'3'rni c1. r id F T RYBMF DEATHS 1 CARDS OF Mclnnes broke his neck University golf team, he studit in an automobile accident 18 j law at the UrJversiiy of Toron January 13, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 Pattern 4876 If xv-' Pattern P.O. iV NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS THE ESTATE JIHS LMDJ4-, IS'S r1 l.-s "'RICE.' MACLEAN, BABKI AND fo- Ire PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HWYS. TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH y. TRirsciv. Js-.var. c? irt i; varcij Cc-racS End Set: H-alif! r-.av t! ef cf Delis-! c r- v :r -VEW YEAR'S Xoi i GR.AIIAM Passed a'.vay in t.uiie but Ken and Deb i the ciiy a Friday, Jizuary 12. are proud just j 1973, Mrs. Erma Graham, at same to announce the birth ihe age of 6C yeai-s, bc-ioved o! a daughter Dawn La of Mr. John Graham of Arrie. JarTuai-.- 3rd. 1973. at Si. 'A' S. Pune.-al t.-- 7 lb- 12 uiil be hapoily welcomed by grand- jn-hen M.ARTLN "Mr. and Mrs. Ron Wai- BROS. LTD., Directors of Fun- sou of Raymond, and Mrs. Ar-re Senice. ClxmiEwskv cf Warner. Scecia1. thanks 10 doctor Icr her safe1 GIBBOXEY _ a.isy arrival' :m 'he city on Thursday. Jan- Mr William ______________ .Henry Gibboney. at the age of i 63 years o: M7 18th St. .N. te- DEATHS loved husband oi Mrs. Mar- .MOLNAR Passed away at i ?arei Gibboney. Born in Lead- Taber on Saturday. Januaiy 13. 1 Colorado, the U e Mr. 1S7C. Juliana of Taber. at the Gibboney moved n-'ih his fam- agc of 77 vears. beloved wife of >o Canada Ln i'jll. He and Mr. Geor'ge Moinar. Funsral father farmed in many du- announc- ierent communities in .Alberta and then he in panrer in the Siar Taxi until his retirement in 196S Tne fa- neral senlc-e be held on BLATTER Passed away in Morday ai 3 p.m.. m Kamlccps on Tuesday. Jan- BROS MEMORIAL CHAPtL. Biane-'at ihe oi M' years Hankinson officiaiuig. Inter- beloveo hurband of "M r s. i ment m tr-e M-.rtle Blatter of 633 Dominion Mountain Mew Cemetery. 5 Friesds may pay tr.elr respects w-; held f- at Eros. MEMORIAL p'm.. "in I CHAPEL. 703 13 St. N. Those iChspel. Kamloops. B.C.. "ish may donate to the Rev. W. C. Tompkins Arthritis Society, care of Mr. ITS. A de service will j S- A. Brodenck. Royal Bank. held en Monday Janua-y Letibricge. BROS 15. 1973. 'a.m.. with .LTD.. Directors oi the Funeral Rev D. Eipe officiating. Inter- Senice. CM07 vrill follow Ln the famiiy j V.'amer Cemeteo. EIIMCDAIC TIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of! FUNERALS Graveside Sen-ice. N-OWj POZZI We wish to express 5go it appeared as cur sincere appreciation to toe career WES over doctors and nurses in St. Mich- j ael's fcr their care during Mrs. E Pozzi's illcess; also to atives arid friends for flowers. the hospiral. E. Pozzi and ed when completed. HUM- PHS1ES FI-N-ER.AL HOlffi LTD.. Taber. in charge. hetlchair tound. he finished dictating a on tenants' rishts and hopes to return to the court- room. "I hope I'll still fine', a to _____ oi overcoming physical bar- i riers.'1 he said in an interview VAN SLL'YS We would like Thursday. Lo esprc-ss our sincere i However, the barriers are for- to the doctors and nurses of (he j midable. Municipal Hospital, for all they I He accepts the fact that re- have done for our loving wife coveries are rare unlass move- and mother chrring her stay ment starts returning within there; also to all our friends j mcntr.s of zcciceiit'; like the one End relatives for their cards, J that immobilized him. support add expres- j Tendon transplants in Toronto sicns of condolence following i General Hospital have given her passive. A special thank i him limited control over left ycu to Rev. L. Hankinsoa for j hand aid be is awaiting a sim- bis kindness and understand-' ilar opgj-ation on the bg he had given her before i and for corjducrmg 1 Mr. Mclnnes lives at a hospi- serrice. Also a special j til during the week for theraDV thank ycu to the St. Andrerrs I but goes home to nearby Mis- Church choir. We are ail very sissauga weekends with his grateful to all who helped ia wife, a public health nurse, my way. i He also works on proiecis P. Van Shrrs and family, i commissioned by justices of the 5606 I Supreme Court of Ontario. Energy crisis "proves wisdom' and was admitted to the bar in '1971 Instead of beginning practice he obtained per- mission lo spend a year in re- isearch as l-.-.v clerk to Chief Supreme Court. He never did get to practise.. i Wmle driving to Vancouver with his wife on vacation, a j truck ra2 him of! the road near j Nlpigon, Ont.. and his car plunged down an embankment. He was taken to hospital; where doctors fcjunl several i smasher7- vsrtehrae. Montris of hosDiial treatment began. i While he was taking therapy in Toronto, couri OTIC" nrc- vided tape recording equipment and services so he could dictate a boot on land-! lord-tenant law. When be was articling. Mr. J'clraes had been lesal acVriser to lha 2.COO member Merro Ten- ants' Association. He was the asrocialb-'s spokesman when the provbcial eoversrnent held i hearings to revise the Landlord i and Tensni Act. Mr Mci'.nes has put f lot oi i his ejroerience with landlord- tenant law mto his new baok. esD'ains the law to bsth 5-ide5. cuite often you can arrive at a solution without going to court. ''And that's better .'or all con- cerned-, including the courts." he siid. Whirl here, there, ever y- i where in this great (rape; i It's a real "jiffy knit" to mats. Sman cables add dash to Instant-Knit cape that's the i peritd weight for traveling. Use bulky yam. big needles, i Pattern 7266: fits 10-16. CHECK into winter '73 h SEVENTY-mX CENTS ior streamlined Dantstrit thai keeps each pattern cash, cheque iis nea: look no matter bo- money order. Add 15 cents manv hours you spend in n. ezch pattern for first-class. Sew "dress version, too. 'mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, care of KIRKHAM Mario-ie Drive N.VT.. _ FiEera, bed 2.'. li a.m. V, eones- Day- lLl m vived bv tv. c sens. Cal- gary. Peier. Lcndcn. Ont. and one daughter. Mrs. George Ughibound. Calgary; V5a de G' van sis granorhildren: one sister, Mrs. Ivy Finn. Birmingham. HarJdrsCT cfficiaiing. Pallbear- ers were K. Scheurkogel, E. C. van Breda. W. Hulsteb and Heinen. Honorary PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT CF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT It 1 1 mil. ml XT-Ml J TT Elicit.' She was nreleceased i !TS "re ;VlUcm Henr? husband. Norman, in 1; W. 5_-e S. c- Tj-l-.: C-'a- !5- sell c --.v "f. E. CX WE '.'I: April Sen-ices at THE 1 GARDEN CHAPEL (Foster Fu- neral Home1. MO 16th Ave. N.W., Calgary on Monday a pin.. Rev. Harry G. Kapeijtis of Hignwood Lutheran Church cfiiciasr.g. Cremation. In lieu of fkivers. if friends de- Fire, may be maf-5 to Canadian Cancer Society, 23i 7ih Ave. S.E., Calgary. 5613 Mountain Y: e w Chrisiersen Salmon F u n e rsl Home Ltd.. Directors c.' Fur- eral Sen-ice, was in charge of the arrangements. RALPH Funer.ii ferric? ior Geor-ge Ra'pli. died r'. Lfthbridge Sunday. Jin. 7. 1S73. at the age of 79 j was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, j .Tan 10. 1973. in the Raymond i Second Ward Chapel of the Church of Jesus o; la'.- ter-day Siai'-s isitri Piul Schneider B> PAUL JACK50N" Herald Burr-sn i OTTAWA Calgary South current energy crisis in the behind the ATserta govern- staniisliy the price of nerural "In the United States the price of natural gas has. been held at artificially levels. Bocnuse of this feiv have lei; like rckirg the risfe in- vo've-n :o go lookirs :'c: rev ESS fields" said rhe Progressive Conservative MP. Mr. Bawden mace the com- r as reports contin- ued to pour into Canada of v.icisspread mdustrisl layoffs, sc'rorl closing? and rsdoning of heitir.e fuels because demand 1 for fuel oil and heating gas has far outstripped Fjptply in the northeastern states. The situation spurred a bout f 'u! cj Passcxi away on Friday. Jsnuary 12. l'S73. Be- linda Nucent. csed 63 years of Born in Liverpool. ere we-re Bill Atttvood. J. L. England" shi came to Canada Larson. Allan Jams. Jo? LL-v in "l905 and married Eame5t i i's'si. Marshal! and Re'-> Xusent in Ontario. Moved to Heggie. Intermer: vras Ln AIhcr.3 in to Feriu'e. B.C. j the Tempi? Hill Iv-13 to .Alberta in vaiere she has resided Finer: since Sun'iTOrs include three i about ths security o" and gas The finance smrjly said he ivould take cote of Mr. Bavrden's repreffntations. Outside Mr. need for Canad.ans to he far- sighted in oi! and gas policies. As industry spokesmen in the L'nited States were biamins the shortages on the cold -spell and restrictive price controls had made it unprofitable for to fc? gas fieids. Mr. Bat-e'en said r. obrious that the .Alberta government's rand on natural i gas prices was becoming m- creasinely realistic. Premier Peier government ivarits in :hc held price o; natural gas from sonv 16 ce'.ts a thousand cubic feet by an immediate ten cents with a three to four per cea; anmia! mcrease. Th-s em-1 ment. while promising that AI- policies to remain i P-r.'--c; rf Hcme L'.d o: Service, daughters. Mrs. Lcrrair.e Tes- charge of the key. Carmancay. Nora i Epion. Caigarv. and Miss Pat! McN Funtr Nugeni. M'io. and one son for Murdoch McNaj. ssiovea Terry Nugent. Courtenay. B.C. I husband of the hte Eliza'wtii grar.dchiliren. and 31 great- McNab v.-ho dio-d a: For; Msc- leod Sunday. Jan 7. 1973. at' both Conservative and New Democratic party members ex- pressed fears 'about Canada bfing caught in a backlash from tbe V.S. fuel crisis. One Weslem Canadian MP. Alrin Hamilton of Easkatche- u'r. spoke cf ''panic" in the States and suggested that U.S. authorities might de- cics :o cu: the Porclrrxi to ?ilontreal oipeluie in order to beloved is and i trrat Albenans are subsidizing Eastern Canadian industry by selling cheap gas. Bawdea. an Lnde-Tenden: oilman, poirited out that an equitable increase in the prire of narurai gas would diately mean tha: an arnoun: of natural gas in excess p: to 'trilhcn cubic fee: now in doued or uneconor.iic reservoirs J grandchildren. Predeceased by her husband Earnest and also the sge of S7 years, was hsld r- s3-I'y JUDICIAL SALE OF PROPERTY by four daujhters. at at p.m. Wednesday. ihe United Church. 10. 1973. a the Cr.rir.ense.- i Monday. Januaiy 15 at p.m.. Chapel wirli Rev. L. D. Han- the Re-.. J Wood kinscn Pallbearers Intermeni in the Carrasngsy were Stusrt and Ian McNab. In lie-u of -Dowers if James J-.ilv.-. C-.unv.k. friends desire. may Edward Tce.vs Per- bs mac'.; ;o the Alber.a Cnil- MTzn'f. in dren's Hospital. Ricl-jno-d fsmily pioi of :r.i iRoad. Calgary. FU- C-iristeiser. HO'ME LTD.. c salmon Fv.-r.-si Home Ltd.. ciiarge cf funeral arrange- C56N Directors of Furf.-l was charge of the menu. r1 i i-; -t s v "r e'e: c-c% i ;e-ra i-f f1- r--wi ;-.f 5: ;--r.e :r C.-." r> i: X GREEN away in _____ the on rnirsday. Jsn- VAN jLUYS a for vsi; f'.'.iyf. long; y beloved of Mr. Wil- Sluys of 3rd Ave. A S. liam Briybrcoke who died Greon. a'L ihe o: 76 yciirs oi day. Lethbricipe, Ivlovc-d oi cl 43 v.-.-.s l-e'.c r: 3 ti'.e late Mrs. A'.n p.m. 'v. Gretn. Rirn LT Pal3T.cott.ih. i 'in St. Ar-drev.-'s Madras. India, the late Major Church L. D. Han- Green wss raised ears he joi-cd the Impe- Roostwlej-. M. rial Army anc- rose to the rar.k and A. do of Maior. servinc in North Africa Li th? World War. Follcr.vinp his discharce he m for it in ths' in the Arnericans broke contracts on electrical energy going into Ontario at a lime of war when we needed it." named Mr. Hamilton. Er.e-gy MLnister Donald Mac- donald said he didn't see the 1 relevance oi Mr. HamiltDn's commenis in the present situ- V-ra'.'s n-.ore. said Mr. Mac- cionald. saw no possibility of U.S. authorities shutting off the pipeline and. he assured the Commons. Canada does have jdec.uate supplies in the coun- V.i'csri- Nerl'.; MP Eldon s fon-.e in ieu of Arctic explor- o. :-e actual in c: .-ind natural gas. Ho Mr. M.icdonald w Ma-j-i-ald ;o :h.ii he too mc-.'e :'-.e ivard to the L.is: year, despite protests from Alberta MPs. the National Energy Board refused pe-r- mission to export some 2.7 tril- lion cubic feet of natural gas to rhe I'.S. The would have meant abou'. SI billion to Can- ada. Mr. w h o promisee be would spend tir.-.e Par- 1 i a ni e n t "tc-iu'r.i: .Albert's story" regarding energy mat- ters, said the currem again many points brought ;o the surface in the past year or so. rional offices raus; be from to Ca'.gary. Other Alberta MPs. and Liberals such .-.s Sena- tor Do-nlii Cameron, have OiiAWA -CP1 me federal government wiL go it? policies on sna' anrjO-jr-Ctd sii months tc-r.ded to k GU; of the fore- f'. of legislative changes. Health Marc Lajcnae said Thursday. However, healih officials said are "moving jrcuad tha; the :er nill need to recomrnend too cabinet whai legislative are necessary. 'crm for rnanjuana hash- last Julv bv former health minister John Ke said then the eoverrsrjerj; recognized need to laws to reduce their iinpar: the oifer.der fcr simple Eoverr.n-.sr: to orierises ar.d controls ;o frora the Nar- cotic Cun'-rol Act to "the Food arid Dm: Ar. or other legisla- tion." ground in ne'.erminiug ihe ieais- larive chnrgs? nefoed was He said no: much progress been by T-TJ? riepirt- which such to rne Mr. La'lc-noe. who v. as schec- in the Cor.irnons Thursday. on trte carvnabis roiicy. Tne p.iiicv pu: vrs-ard bv Munro was he fiid. o-.'riT Ic-g-1 isla'.i'.-e v.-' i hive to he Iv.- House i.x'fore il-.is can be inr-o-tjccd. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS corns (no stamps, please i for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Prht claialv SIZE. N.AME. ADDRESS. STYLE older to ANNE ADi'.IS, care of A.NNZ .AD.'_MS: S'j Fron; St. W.. Toronto Pric: Elainly PATTERN BEP.. VOCH N.WIE AND AD- DRESS, and ihe name o: ihe Leihhridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Hera'id EER- ADDBESS. THE LETHBMDGE HERALD Readers Mail limited 60 Fron'. Street West Toronto 1, OBteric, Preferred Finance Corporation Ltd. Ml 60, Calgary Place. 345 AVE. S.W., Colgary ShcM-Term "Sric'ce" finsncing cvciicble, S25.000 end over. Expedient Phone Mrs. R. consultant ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF BDCIDES IN ALBERTA A >s :a cssist in ihs cf sess.c-ns on me of txoc'u'es in :c -rovips E -eDoa under ih? o: ihe Publ.c en ET Sciences to the EnvTc-meni The be for c c: of :3 sesS'O's. f.: 27-cn and analysis of s ;-D.n crepsrEtion of '.vr-Tiei siiuciion for on i--5 :cr Acc''C5n'.5 hold 3 of C-T CDmmunicslions. ?f- be .--3 ever a oa c: sp- r1--'. T. rg For further information please vvrris :o Dr. David Boag. Department of Zoology, Univers-tv of Alberra. cr phcne 4-32-3917 in Edmonion, Ciosing daie for applications is January 26, 1973. ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY sew also make it clear to all of us that the era of cheap energy is cvrred so iha: MPs ar.d the Ca- _________________ n.-iCi.M-. public could find out i over." said Mr. Bawocn. uh.-'. the actual situation is. "There is no shortage of oil' M.nciioiislii s.iid he would and ess in i NDP-Wf.-er- where gcs is going View f. Lf-L- ,-.cc 1 P-c. in Toronto in 19C7. com- ing lo Lethbridee in !942. He served a> .1 Civil ior ;ti ye.us and relived ir. For .T number of he d.iied CHEC aixl Ihe Herald. He was a mem- of ihe C.in.luirin Lesion. He v.'as predeceased by lii> in 1PS9 and is survivoil by one (iai'gliier. Miss Valerie F. A. R. Green, of Lfthbnd.ce. The f'.inerrtl service will Iv on MoncViy LI: 1 p.m.. in M.ir- tin 'MEMORIAL F.L. St. N.. with Rev. was :r, ihe Fiinersl' Home Ltd.. of Firieral Senice. was in charge o; the r.rraricemems. CARD OF THANKS SIFTOX IIOl'SK is one the iis House will .i.hy.Uf :v- meniber. Tiunk ?0 even-one wlio ni.iiio ixvsible gifts. Ih? p.in> er.ndy A spivi.il thanks to Ohus and Mrs. Ciaus who fVpped in snd loft a box f-.ill of to the clubs o! 1 una R. L. Crisfield ofliciatiiig. Inter- ihe d r the pirnl v ill follow in the (.imily Ginper Bn-.id House to enoii ;voi, Mounlr.m Comeicn'. .-.r.ii even-one MARTIN BROS. LTD.. lo" tliow less reciors ol Funeral Service i TV children, K.iy CWOSI and 5.VH-MI Uv1 wante.1 lo the present; to be 10 obtain, the of iho projxved 'Mack-1 ore-is of ;h: er.-ie Va'iioy pipeline. Mr. Mao-] th.e tar sar.Ss." lie said, dor.nid S3ici he understood an Mr. Bswden cat that .-rp'.ic.T.ion could come before l-he U S is now buying natural I :o Naiionil Board in gss from Algeria at S3 lo W ceni.s a ilio.is.ind cubic and Mr. B.iwiien. askinc his firs! j proposs'.s ior iv.iying n.ilur.il in the Commons, j pas from the Sovie; Union pm- lii< .liiention to Fin.inci1 poin: a prxv of between lo Minister John Turner. 1S1.-40 T.v O.-'.fnry Siu'.li MP. whj "li m.ikos ihe price Alberta doi'e.-.icd former c.ibinet j Eels for iis namr.il gas look P.r. M.ihonoy in s.nri rhe Con- elfction. w.in-eci to MP. uhe'.hor Mr. Tunwr! "Tho current hring in nteasures in his I how essenti.il i; is to have M' p.i: in- j re.ihsiic enoriTi- an equal fooling with icies which v.ili enable U.S. imostors in tho oil and i to n.vur.il io th? ivs; o: inrluslry in C.in.ida. Cflnndn r.l :in oquilaWo pnec Mr fcu.len said this would ard lo tM1 S ,-ites a; iiulividual Canadians prices to those ob- lo in (lie Industrj-.! tained by Alberta and men- help C.-.nadian ownership and tionod in the Kussi.i give credence to jaid Mr. Bawtai. CALL ASTRO REALTY LTD, 328-7748 To view coll: PETER BERGER 377-0301 JOHN PENNER VERNA COUTTS 377-6697 ALICE HAHN 377-3703 ;