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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta tanewy 11, inHIMMI HHALO H Three more nations ink ECM pact BRUSSELS (AP) Britain, the Republic of Ireland, Denmark and Norway sign treaties today to join the European Common Market, sffl attempt at pesueful unity that the Romans, Charlemagne and failed to achieve by force. The main figure to Prime Uinlster Edward Heath of Britain, who nine yean ago as his country's chief negotiator gathered reporters te a Brussels hotel room to ahnounee mat President Charles ds Gaulle of France had vetoed Britain's: entry into the market. Belgium and the four new market catxttdates will be represented by their prime ministers. The other memben if the mammoth trading France, West Germany, Italy, me Netherlands and Lmteni-bourg are sending their foreign ministers. When the candidates become full members Jan. 1, 1973, the expanded 10 nation market will have a population of greater than that of the' Soviet Union or Ihe United States. All ID nations still must ratify the treaties, and the candidate; must enact all the legislation the Common Market has passed over the last 13 years. PUBLIC -Dtatfu, .Sunerau, j C-aMi JnanHi, Jrn CREATE INTEREST Ths.s ore two of the humorously depicting various people who work in a newspaper operation, that the Alberta government hopes to preserve. Gargoyles surround tht) Greyhound Building which it to be demolished to make room for a Alberla Government Telephones roll-twitching tower. IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In me Eslale d KIM K. NISHIMUP.A lie cl ths Town of Tiber, In tin Province of Alberta, who dltd on the 111 day of DKimMr A.D. lm at Cllgiry, Albcrli. TAKE NOTICE that III parsons hiving claims upon the estate of Jhe above named must file wlln the undarslgned Sollcllori by the 12nd day of February 1977, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them PATERSON, JACOBSON I HUZIL 407 Mayor Magratfl Drive Lelhbrldga, Albarli solicitors for ttie Administratrix MARILYN TATEBE TO CIEDITOtS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE IURHOGATI COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OP LETHBKIDGE In Ihe Estate, ol FUSAJIRO TAKEDA late of the Town ol Coaldale, in me Province ol Alberta, who died on the lit day Of November, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons ha Ing claims upon the eilale ot the abov named mult lilt with the undtrilnud soliiilws by 2111 dm d Ft ruary, A.D. 1972, a full statement their claims and or securities held b them. DAVIDSON ft. WILLIAMS 201 Canada Trust Building Lelhbrldge, Albarta Solicitor! for the SHARPIES Thursday January 20, 1B72, Henry, 77 yean, beloved husband of Mrs. Marjorie Sharpies, dares-total. Funeral Mass be celebrated at Christ The King Catholic Cburcta, dareaholm Monday p.m. Intermen Clareshotm Cemetery. Leyden1 Funeral Homes Ud. Clares-holm Branch, Directors d Ser vices. Contributions may be made to charity of your choice C973S ORGAN _ Laura, passed away in the dty on Friday January 2lst, 1972, at the ag of 88 years, beloved wife of the late George Organ, 705 4 Ave South. Mrs. Organ in Liverpool, England December tth, 1883 and came to Canal in 1920 and lived in Raymond for a year or two before mov ing to Lethbridge where her husband was employed by the City and where he worked ft some thirty years. After his passing she continued to live in Lethbridge where she was residing Bt the time of her passing. She leaves to mourn her passing one daughter, Mrs Charles G. A. (Laura) Parta of Oliver, B.C. and two grand children, Mrs. Alfred (Phyllis Joevenazzo of Lethbridge and George E. Giles of Ottawa Out.; three great-graodchiktre and a great-great-granddaughter. She was predeceased by her husband, George, In 1953 Funeral services were held in the Cbristensen Chapel on Sat urday, January 22nd, at 2 p.m. with Rev. L. D. Hanldnson of ficiating. Interment followed hi the family plot in the Mountain View Cemetery. Flowers were gratefully declined. CHRIS-TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu neral Service. COsXETT Funeral service for Myrtle CoUett, beloved wife of Rueben CoUett of Taber, who died at Taber Tuesday, Jan. 18, at the age of 71 years, wu held at p.m. Friday In the Knox United Church with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Active pallbearers were Norman Elford, Fred George Carter, Reg Sauodera, Demar Russell and Harold Col-lett. Honorary pallbearers were Bernard Kerkboff, William Towle, Harry Meyers, Ken Sasaki, Ole Jespenen and Ross McKibben. Interment was in Taber Memorial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber was in charge of the ZONING BY LAW NO. 27SO The following application for a d1 velopment permit has been made .Yiu.iiLi'uai Planning 71-1095 D. McKanzle to build a slngl family reildenn, portion lo to optriiK as a school, at 3003 Coral Plac PLACE OF HEARING: Council Chambers, City Hall TIME OF HEARING: p.m. DATE OF HEARING: Wtdnnffay. January 2tJ. 1972 Any person affected by said proposal has the right to present a brie fo Ihe hearing and lo be present an be heard at the hearing. Persons requiring lo tw heard at miefln shall submit briefs to ihe Develop men Officer not than January 25, 1972. The application for development am supporting data may be inspected i Ihe City Hill In the Office cf lh Development Officer. Date January 20, 1972. C. Cameron Uevtiopmvnt NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Surrogate Court of Southern Alberla Judicial District of Lethbrldge IN THE ESTATE OF EMMA A. COOK, late of the Town of Cardslon, In the Province of Albena widow, who died on hie lllh day a November, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE Ihel all persons hav Ing claims upon the tslele of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 19th da of February, A.D. 1972 e full held by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY BAINES 309 Canada Trust Building Lelhbrldge, Alberla Gladys May Mitchell Solicitors for the Executrix OF THANKS REIMER We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends and relatives for their many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy shown us during our recent bereavement; also for the Bibles placed in memory ot our dear mother. Thanks to the doctors and 'nurses at St. Michael's Hospital for the kind-ness shown to mother. Reimer family. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE ES TATE OF GEORGE THOMAS COX ate of Iho City of Lethbrldge, In the Province of Alberta who died on the TJnd day of November, A.D. 1971-TAKE NOTICE that all persona hnv. ng claims upon the eslate of me above nimed must (lie wiih ihe undorslsned Solicitors by the 21sl day of Febru Hry, A.D. a full statement ot heir claims and cf securities held bv hem. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 201 Canada Trust Bulldinn Lelhbrldge, Alberla Solicitors for Ihe ExKUTors, The Canada Trust Company. Two federal Bonavis-tarTrinity-Conceptioti in Newfoundland and York West in On have been officially vacant for nearly four months, the former sinot Sept. 30, the latter since Oct. 6. Mr. Trudeau has until late March or April to name byelection dates in those ridings, The question on Parliament Hill now is: Will he call a general election for the 264 ridings before the necessity of naming byelection dates in two ridings Bonavista-Triiilty-Conception Was left vacant by the resignation of Conservative Frank Moores, now Newfoundland premier, and York West by the resignation of Liberal Philip Giv-ens, now a member of the Ontario OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA January 19, 1972. Sealed Tenders will be received b the undersigned until p.m. nesday, February 16, 1972 for the fo lowing trucks: 1. Ton eW Stvleslde Crew Cab, V motor of approximately 390 cu. In displacement, Heacy Duly Feu Speed Transmission, 5 wheels wit 4 x 16 llres rib tread (no ground grip) 2. Vi Ton Styleslde long wheel base, V motor ot approximately aw cu. In displacement, Heavy Duty three speed transmission, 5 wheels with 4 G7I X 15 BSW Tlras rib tread (no ground grip) 3. Tractor Truck approximately 148' wheel base SVW 9000 Fron Axle, LB rear axle. Splcer Transmission with snort 4tn HOG approximately 549 cu. In. VI gasoline, 2 speed Eaton axle. All units lo have dual windshield wipers oil inters, auxiliary springs Bugas, windshield washer and coFor be Highway Yellow. Quote on ell units singly and In "Envelopes to be clearly marked "TENDER ON The lowest or any tender not necessarily acceplad. For complete specifications contac Frank HecR, Municipal Supervisor at Phone U7-36U or residence M7-3602. Key R, Wallman Secretary-Treasurer, County of Forty Mile No. 1 Foremen, Alberta. By DAVE McINTOSH OTTAWA (CP) A new bilingual problem Jus cropped up here. Canada is going to stage a gigantic trade fair in Peking id August. The cost will be around Jl million and more than 100 Canadian firms will take part. The problem is that the catalogue of exhibitors is not yel complete and it must be translated into mandarin in time for the fair. The trade extravaganza Is a solo effort by Canada, probably this country's biggest venture in such a field since the pavillion at the 1970 world's fair in Japan. Compared with his father's, Justin Pierre James Trudeau bears a pretty short problem The prime minister was christened Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliotte Trudeau in 1919. He uses only two names, Pierre Elliott, having dropped the letter "e" from the second. How rich is rich? Mr. Trudeau is reputed ID be a millionaire on me strength of the fortune made by his father in the petroleum and other businesses. But he disclaims wealth. In a recent interview, he Mid: "A lot of people have a lot of money and I dont Include myself among them." Mr. Trudeau carries little cash on him. His staff often has to dig to provide him with quick loans when charitable organizations descend on him in his our sincere thanks to all those who sent food, flowers and tent cards at the time of our recent bereavement. Special thanks to the doctors of the Hunt Clinic, staff of the Municipal and Auxiliary Hospitals. Many thanks to Mrs. D. Biffingsley and Mrs. Joan Hughson for help in serving the lunch. Our most sincere gratitude to everyone who lightened our burden. -Mrs. Ethel Baugh and family. 5996 GOLDEN ACRES and bank VANCOUVER (CP) Fred W. Vanstone, deputy general manager of the Bank of British Columbia, will leave the bank to become vice-president, finance, of Neonex International Ltd. March 1, Neonex President James Pattern announced today. Griffith Marshall, finance vice-president, becomes senior vice-president, in charge of international operations and long-range planning. MOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS N THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF DRUMHELLER In the estate of Harold Herbert Lew-s, sometimes known as Harry H. Lew-s, late of Raymond, In the Province 4 Alberla, who died on the lilh day 1 December. A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE thai all parsons Mv-ng claims upon the estate of the Mve named mult file with Mews. andgrcocK, Schumacher, Buchenen nd Madden by the 2Jlh day of Feb. utry, A D. .1972 a full statement of Ittlr claims and of securities held by htm. SANDERCOCK, SCHUMACHER, BUCHANAN MADDEN, Solicitors for Harold E. Lewis, Executor of trie Estate of Harold Herbert Lewis. P.O. Box 1929, DRUMHELLER, Alberla Mike, the residents and staff, we extend our thanks for the entertainment and treats provided during the Christmas season by the various civic, church and school groups, kindergartens, Girl Guides, clubs, business firms, etc., with a special thank you to the Eagles Lodge for Ihe fine banquet. Thank you to everyone who remembered us. Is is much appreciated. Kay Kenning, Matron, Mrs. Leora Ness, Matron. in Coaldale on Friday January 21, 1972, at the age o 79 yean, beloved husband of Mrs. Nellie Boychuk of Coal dale. Mr. Boychuk was born in Austria on June 9th, 1892 an< oame to Canada in 1911. He worked in the Coal Mines until 1920 when he purchased a ftrm in Coaldale and where he lived until the time of his passing le was a sportsman and in his younger years played baseball in OK teams of southern On his first few years in Canada he fired on the steam engines threshing the harvest He leaves to mourn his passing besides bis oving wife, Nellie; three sons, Peter of Coaldale, Victor of Lethbridge and Edward of Calgary; four grandchildren. He ras predeceased by a brother, Ray Boychuk In 1948. Funeral services will be held in the Christensea Chapel on Tueday January 25th at 2 p.m., with Father F. McCabe officiating, nterment will follow in the .fount Calvary section of the Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said in the Christensen Chapel on Monday evening at 8 p.m. CHK1S-TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C973S LLOYD Passed away In Calgary on Friday, January 21, 972, Miss Sharlene Mary Joyd, at the age of four years, leloved daughter of Mr. and Irs. Wayne (Eleanor) Lloyd of 35 Glamorgan Drive S. W., Besides her parents, she s survived by her maternal Tandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. lagers Davis of Coaihurst; her atonal grandparents, Mr. and ,Irs. H. Leo Lloyd of Leth-rridge and her paternal Mr. A b r a ham "krsoo of Lethbridge. The fu-eral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 3th St. N., with Bishop LaDell R. Bullock of the Lakeview Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, Calgary, officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot n Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. SALE SAINFOIN SEED A parenlat forage or pasture legume that does not cause bloat, similar to alfalfa at .tOt psr Ib. Fer mere Information sis vour diatrict ogricullcrlst or B. Van-darvolk, lex III, Fort Moc-leed. Phone 334S1 74. extended CRANBROOK (Special) -Is preliminary to the projected S-anbrook Parking Authority functions, the. dty has to June to June 30 purchase of three large properties. Two commer cial zone parcels adjoin, nearly nine lota on Ninth Avenue to South First Street, east side owned by me Catholic diocese and Mrs. Peter Graham are priced at total with option payment The tUrt parcel is nine lots on the east side of Seventh Avenue south from South Firs Street and is priced at with option payment Owner is Craobrook Cartage Ltd which liquidated two years ago The property fringes business area. Authority purpose is to provide ample off-street parkini for commercial purposes will alteration of the zoning bylaw offstreet parking to a permissible 500-foot range. Theory of the Authority, which the dty would be willmi to underwrite, is a large-scale local improvements vote to finance large off-street parking areas which would self-liquidate in 20 years. Voting would be limited to the specific areas benefittdng, and payment for debentures would be through a special mill rate on properties within the specific area. The situation has led to real estate restlessness on Twelfth Avenue, from Baker to South First which continues substantially resideotially used though within commercial zone. Bylaw approval would impose this mill rale on residential taxes without benefits, though it enhances commercial value of the property Conservative MP says he hopes former prime minister John Diefenbaker, now writing his memoirs, will stick to his Saskatchewan boyhood at least until the next Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Renfrew Jem-Claude 3asadesus, 44, French pianist, m a two-car collision. Mtcbefl, 57, t former heidmsssttr who turned to acting on the Mage, screen ind television at 35. Lord Chandos, 7J, tonner British cabinet minister nd government troublesncoter for Africa and die Far and Middle East. London-Jean Stickney, M, only surviving sister of the late Lord Beaverbroofc and honorary director of hospital services in Britain for the Canadian Bed Cross during the Second World N THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT .OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF SYLVESTER AMES HUGHSON late of LBhbrWve the Province a Alberta, who died n the 7th dey or January A.D. Itn. TAKE NOTICE that all parsons Mv. tg claims upon the estate of the named must file with the an-erslgncd Solicitor, by the nth day February 1973, a full itettment of ielr claims and of eacurltlei held by em. PATERSON, JACOBSON HUZIL 407 Mayor Magrath Drive Lelhbrldge, Alberla Solicitors for JAMES MILLER HUGHSON, and JEAN ELIZABETH THOMPSON MEMORIAMS HORSEY In loving memory of John V. "Bud" Doraey, who passed away January 23, 1971. sadly and truly missed by Aonetta. 5996 KOLIASKA In loving memory of a dear wife and mother, Grace Kofiasfca who passe January 23, 1970. Gone but ahrays remembered. missed by her lovlnf husband, son Alex aoc family. LAKE GARAGE SERVICE STATION AND COFFEE SHOP AUCTION SALE Saturday, Jan. 29 at 3 p.m. Frw coffM and denuti 2 to 4 price for wheat approved SASKATOON (CP) Manpower Minister Otto Lang announced today tbat the federal government has approved a "realistic two-price system" for wheat. Mr. Lang, the minister re-sponsiblefirthe Canadian wheat board, said the new price to be paid for wheat sold tor human consumption in Canada will be J3 a bushel for tiie top 1 cw. Mr. Lang said it will not result in higher prices for flour and bread. The subsidy will come directly from the federal treasury. Whether it will be, paid directly to farmers or through the wheat board will be announced later, as will the time that the hro-price system will take Fashion loves the grace tod inspUdty of t pretty stole. Here are two beauties; one o knit, one to crochet. Both acy and lovely. Use knitting worsted and big needles. A great gilt. Pattern 7347: Easy o follow directions. S E V E N T Y-FIVE CENTS coins) for each pattern (no stamps, 15 cents or each pattern for first-class nulling and special handling THE LETHBnrDGE HERALD Readers Mall Limited 0 Front Street West Toronto I. of property Terms and conditions of Ugal Description 10 toh, including kti 1 to 10, Mock 22, town plan of Grauy Lake, Alberta. Property include! large garagi, wrvlce ftatfon and coffee shop and 3 bedroom living Approximate size of garage of quarter! 20 stool coffao shop includn dmp let cream Freezer, grill and deep fryer, milk shakt machines, cofftsi siltjx etc., ttc. equipment includei hoist, floor jack, hard scat grinder, pumps, tin changer, bench grinder, 2 cash filing cabinet and many marc small Hems. PLEASE NOTE: Tha auction sola will be conductaj en tha busintss as a going conctrrt and not oh Individual itemi of tools siptraltly. ewnor rawrvw tht right 1o awepl rtject or rtfuso any bids undtr tho upstt of Mnnloon thousand, hundred dollars at his awn dltcrxion. No imm on bids of or hiahar. Pvrchmr will raqulrid to glva a dtposit of thousand dollars day of tho sala and tho balance en or before April 1st, 7972. fatwsslen April 1st, 1971 or earlier pending payments made in full prior te that dale and rooking aatiifacierr with preeenl No attnmlen shall be granted until payment has been made In full or eatltfowtery er-Any further cendlllena. Information, Mrmt or description! will be arranged at Ihe start of Ihe auction, on the day of the sale, which will held precedence ovar all conditions as aneunced. Any dsxrlplon ot conditions of prapery are as supplied te us are subject to additions, dalstlons, arrors or changea as you find them at the sale. SAIE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE PHONE 345-3534 AUCTIONEER AND KEAITOR US HANDLEY HANDLIY AUCTIONEMS FDID THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF HAZEL EL-EN PILLING late of Lelhbrldoe In la Province of Alberla, who died on e loth day of December A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all ctraons Itav-g claims upon the tstats of the bove named must flic with the urt-n-slgned solicitor! by the nnd day February 1972, a full italement their clalmi and of securities held 1 them. PATERSON, JACOBSON HUZIL un Mayor Magratn Drive Lelhbrldge, Alberla Solicitors for the Executor! GARTH L. PILLING and DONALD HUGH PILLING In loving memory of a dear mother, Loreittie Hedlly, who passed away January 23, 1M9. Silent thoughts true and tender, Just to show we still remember. remembered by her sons, Frank and John. 5999 KROPINAK In loving memory of my dear husband, Michael Kropinak, who passed away January 23, 1960. No longer with me, my life to share, Still in my heart you are always there. Precious forever 'are memories of you, Today, tomorrow and all life through. remembered by his wile, Helen and daughter, Perdue. 6000 KROPINAK In lovir-g memory of Michael Kropinak, father, who passed away January 23, 960. Loving and land in all his ways, Upright and just to the end of his days. Sincere and kind in heart and mind, What a beautiful memory he left behind. loving memory Marvin and Diana Kropinak, 6001 KROPINAK In loving of a dear father and grand-ativer, Mike, who passed away anuary 23, 1960. You were taken without any warning, Your going left hearts filled with pain, But though you are gone from among us In our hearts you will always remain. loved and remembered by hU ton Lome, Jean and family. f_ _ PROVINCE HH" ALBERTA gS DEPARTMENT persons killed in airport fire MANILA (Reuter) A Muiuu0 HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT TENDERS win be received t the undersigned up to 1) o'clock M. Standard Time on Monday, Janu-y 31, 1972, for the construction of the lowing work: Highway IB, W. of Ft. Asslnlbolne to Swan Hills, Highway 36, Jet. Hoy- IKIIIam) to Jet. Hwy. 9 (E. of Hanna) Jet. Hwy. 9 (E. of Hanna) lo Red Deer River N. or Duchfsa to Jet. Hwy. I IW. of Brooks) Jet. Hwy. 3 (Tiber) to chin Coulee Crush and Stockpile Gravel for Oil Treatment. Approximate Quantify: 98 000 Cubic Yards. Highway It, E. of Gordondale to B.C. Bdry. Highway 59, Jet. Hviy. 9 (N. of Sexsmllh) to La Glace. Crush and Stockpile Gravel for Oil Treatment, Approximate Quantity: Cubic Yards. Contract and Specifications may ba talma at the office of the Chief Con-ruction Engineer, Highway Building, dmonlon, Alberta, the office of the strict Engineer, 1707 6th street, N.W., i gary, Alberta, and Ihe office of the strict Engineer, Administration Build-g, Lelhbrldge, Alberta, and will be allablo only to Individuals reglster-and operating In the Province of Al-rfa, or to partnerships or corpora-ms registered and operating In and ho have established a fixed place of alness in Ihe Province of Alberta. A posit ot Twenty-Five Dollar! yable. to the Provincial Treasurer, II be required for each copy of the mlract and Specifications taken. Each d musl be Accompanied by a marked eque or bond equal lo 10% of Tender, ndcrs will he opened In public. blaze destroyed the terminal building and control xiwer of Manila Airport today, eaving at least CUE persons dead and another n badly injured. All international flight; were diverted as the blaze raged hrough the four-storey building. The dead were believed to be five civil aviation employees and a policeman. Most of the injured jumped from UK control ower when fire broke out on me second floor. Cause of the blaze was not Immediately known but damage wm? of flci ally estimated at about million. International were diverted to the Mactan International Airport in Cebu City, about 350 miles southeast of Ma. nila, after the fire broke out magnate's will probated TORONTO (CP) The late Col. R. S. McLaughlln, father of General Motors of Canada, left an estate valued at million, according to his will, probated here. Col. McLaughlln died at Ms Parkwood estate in Osnawa, Jan. 6. He was 100. Aside from his personal estate, a charitable foundation which he established In 1951 holds assets valued at million. His three daughters grandchildren, greatgrandchildren and other relatives benefit through legacies and bequests totalling million. Ills employees at his Park-wood estate and close friends receive cub legacies] loUUiag ordered upgrade or else EDMONTON (CP) Eighty-ix of city's 900 retUtaruts were ordered to upgrade their acuities or (bod-handling techniques in 1971, medical health fflcer Dr. G. H. Ball, said to-ay. Seven bakeries and 34 grocery stores received similar orders, Dr. BtJl said In an interview. One restaurant was TESTED More tlian persons. nldlng driving licences In uebec have never paued a driver ccpled. L. H, McManus Dcpuly Mlnlsler cf Highways and TrtMnri. water pressure narn-pered firemen fighting ;