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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF GEORGE NEW- BOULD HARRISON, late of the City of Letfibridge. In the Province of Al- berta, who died on the 9th day of Jurw, A.D. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 16th day of Aujuat, A.D. 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. RICE, MACLEAN AND BABKI Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Bldg. Lethbrldge, Alberta solicitors for the Administrator. B45 TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE As authorized by Section 237 (2) ol he Municipal Government Act, trm Council ol the Town ol picture Bulls las declared MONDAY, AUGUST 2nd a Civic Holiday in the Town ol Picture iutle. E. Mcllroy, Secretary-Treasurer NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF WILHELM DREFS, late of Stirling, In the Prov- ince of Alberta, who died on the 15th 0' June, 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the Estate of fhe above named must file with the under signed by the Ifilh day of August, 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON AND WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS N THE ESTATE OF SELMA JACOB- SON, late of the Hamlet of Enchant, n the Province of Alberta, who died an the 6th day ot June A.D, 1971. TAKE NOTICE that alt persons hav- nq claims upon the estate of the above named must flltvwim the undersigned Solicitors by the 16th day of August, 971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. RICE, MACLEAN AND BABKI Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Bldg. Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors the Executor. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS 1N THE ESTATE of MARIE MRA- ZEK, late of the City of Lethbridqe, in the. Province of Alberta, Married Woman who died on 2nd June, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undermen- tioned Solicitors by the !Bth dey of August A.D. 1971 e full statement of their claims and of securities held by 6HUCKVALE WILDE AND KRUSHEL Barristers and Solicitors, Aeadls Building, Leth bridge, Alberta Solicitors for fhe Executrix, Yrmlla M. Dvorack NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF ALEXANDER STANKE, late of the City of Leth- bridge, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 29th day of May, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hay six sons, Herman, Jordan, Edward, Gordon Steven and John; six daughters, Mrs. J. (Lena) Russell, Mrs. L. (Eve- lyn) Healy, Mrs. L. (Barbara Anne) Tailfeathers, Miss Faye Marie and Sharon Rose and Mary all on the Blood Reserve; 23 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Katie Rabbit. The Fu- neral Service will be held at St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church Standoff Monday at a.m. Interment in St. Catherine's Cemetery. Friends may meet at the Heavy Shields residence at Standoff on Sun- day at 7 p-m. for a wake ser- vice. Funeral-Arrangements .'v Eden's Funeral Home Ltd. Foit COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO. 26 PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuar.' to The provisions ol Section 145 of the Municipal Taxation Act, Public Notice is hereby given that the Council of the County of Lethbridge Ni 2fi intends to undertake the construction of water distribution system local impr ment The estimated cost of the aforementioned local improve- ment is repayable over a period of 25 (twenty-five) years at a rate of Interest not exceeding nine per centum per annum and to charge the lands abutting that portion of the street or place wherein the local Improve- ment Is made at a uniform rate of 0.76 over the said period of 25 years. ents per front foot of frontage All costs in excess of the aforemenlioned rate per Iront loot will be borne by the County of Letnbridge No. 26 at large. The location ol the oroposed local improvement Is as ON FROM TO FT FRONTAGE 1. Albert St. Westminister Road 169 ft. west of Frank Ave. 1942.0 2. Main St. Westminister Road 16? ft. west ol Frank Ave. 2145.5 3 William SI. Westminister Road Lot 10, Block 2 Plan MB9Y 1955.0 4. Mflldrum St. Westminister Road Lot 10, Block 4 PUn 1955.0 5. Clifford St. Lane Between Blocks Lot 34. Block 3 1 and 2, Plan 4998AE Plan 499BAE 832.5 t. between Clifford Slreet 165 It. south ol Block 1 1 Clifford St. 175.7 Plan 499SAE 7. Roy Avenue Albert street Clifford Slreet 0 Total Ft. Frontage 9025.7 Notice Is further given that unlefs the melority of the owners ol the lands that may be assessed therefore, representing at least one-hall In value thereo as aforesaid, petition the against it within two weeks atler the las publication of the notice, the local improvement may be undertaken and the cost thereof assessed by the system of assessment referred to in this notice. If no petition sufficiently signed has, within the time limited in thai behalf, been presented to the Council against the local Improvement or assess ment aforementioned, the Council may undertake the proposed improvemen any time within three years of the giving of the notice. Date of the last publication of this Notice will be the 17th day of July, 1971 Dated at the City of Lethbridge this ith day of July, 1971. (Signed) W. R. Madlll, Secretary Treasurer County of Lethbrldge No. 26 Maclcod- C 6307 FRIESEN Margaret, pass- ed away in Coaldaie on Fri day, July 16, 1971, at the age of 82 years, beloved wife of the late Fank J. Friesen Sr. o Coaldaie. Mrs. Friesen was born in Russia on August 7th 1888. She came to Canada in 1925 where they farmed in Coaldsle for a while and then moved to B.C. They returned to Alberla in 1939 farming in Rosemary (lien to Vauxhal where they farmed until 196 when they retired and move< into Coaldaie where her hus band predeceased her in 1963 She leaves to mourn her pass ing two daughters, Mrs. Jacol (Helen) Thiessen of Vauxhal and Mrs. John (Tine) Poett cker of Acme; two sons, Frank of Coaldaie and Jacob of Vaux hall; 14 grandchildren and 1' great-grandchildren and a half sister in Russia. Funeral ser vices will be held in the Coal dale Mennonite Brethren Church on Monday, July 19 1971 at p.m., with Rev Henry Nikkei officiating. Inter ment will follow in the Cao dale Cemetery. Ohristensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di rectors of Funeral Service. C6308 COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO. 26 PUBLIC NOTICE pursuant to the provisions of Section 145 of the Municipal Taxation Act, Public Notice is hereby given that the Council of the county of Lethbridge No. 26 intends to undertake the construction of Sewer System in the Hamlet of Hardleville as a local improvement. The estimated cost of the aforementioned local Improvement is repayable over a period of 25 years flt a rate of Interest not exceeding nine per centum per annum and to charge the lands abutting that portion of the street or place ment is made at a uniform rate of 0.6B cents per fr laid period of 25 years. herein the local Improve- nt foot of frontage over the All costs in excess of the aforemenlioned rate per front foot will be borne by the County of Lethbrldqo No. 26 at large, ON FROM 1. Albert St. Westminister 3. Main SI. Westminister Road 3. William St. Westminister Road 4, Meldrum St. Westminister Rood Lane Between B 1 and 2, Plan Lane belween Clifford Street Block 1 fc 2 Plan 4998AE 7. 243 ft. oast ot Albert Street welt boundary of legal sub- division 16 in 18 to 9 Rg 21 W4M location of the proposed local TO 169 ft. west ol Frank Ave. 169 ft. west of Frank Ave. 33 fl. west ol west boundary Lot 10, Block 2, Plan 33 ft. west of west boundary Lot 10, Block I, Plan 4489Y 33 II. wesl of west boundary Lot 34, Block 3, Plan 4998AE us tt. south ot Clifford SI. Clifford Street FT. FRONTAGE Total Ft. ot Frontage 9025.7 ._ ._______ ._...........jvement is as Notice is further given that unless the nialorlty of the owners of the lands fbat may be assessed thereof, representing at least one-half on value thereof as aforesaid, petition the Council against It within two weeks after the last publication ol the nolico, the local Improvement may be undertaken and cost thereof assessed by the system ol assessment referred to In this notice. If no petition sufficiently signed has, within the lime limited in that behnif, been presented to the Council against the local Improvement or assess- ment aforementioned, the Council may undertake the proposed local im- provement at any time within three years of tho giving ol the notice. Dale of the last publication ol this Notice will bo Ihe 17th day ot July, 1971. Daled il city of Lelhbrliige this tth day of July, 1971 (Signed) W. R. Madlll, Secretary Treasurer county of Lelhbrldgt No. J6 FUNERALS KERNER Funeral service for John Kerner of Bow Island who died Monday, July at Uie age of 51 years, was held at p.m. Thursday July 15, from St. Augustine' United Church, Bow Island with Rev. 0. R. Hodge official ing. Pallbearers were Jim Wallwork, Ron Hyland, Ken Schmidt, Ed Schaufele, Jame Piechocki and Ted Caswell. I terment was in Bow Islanc Cemetery. Humphries Funera Home Ltd., Tnbcr, was in charge of arrangements. HOW Funeral service fo Joseph Kenneth How, belovcc son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ho' of Taber, who died at Cham pion Sunday, July 11, 1971, lite age of eight years, wa held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jul 15, at Humphries Funera Chapel in Tnber, with Canon E. Lewis officiating. Pallboar crs were John Feng, and Gor don, Allan nnd Joe How. Inter ment was in Tnber Mcmoria Gardens. Humphries Fimcra Homo Ltd., Tnbcr, was charge of FUNERALS SEMAK Funeral service IT Anna Semak of Calgary, rmerly of Lethbridge, who ed in Calgary July 8 at the ;e of 76, was held in Vladi- dr's Ukrainian Catholic lurch in Lethbridge July 13 ith Rev. Father L. R. Syven- .ey celebrant, assisted by Rev. ather N. Diadio. Pallbearers ere John Kinash, Mike Kozak, ohn Hishehynysky- Paul Dacy- iyn. Sebastian Shulak and Joe ebus. Interment was in the t. Calvary section of Moun- ain View Cemetery- Christen- en Salmon Funeral Home Ltd. in charge of arrange- PINNEY Funeral service jr Clifford Pinney of Leth- ridge who died in Lethbridge uly 12 at the age of 71, be- ved husband of Mrs- Ruby inney of Lethbridge, was held uly 15 in Christensen's Chapel with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott offi- lating. Pallbearer's were Reg .omaniuk, Willia Golia, Abe ,'all, Peter Rovenko, Ken eaton and John Wall. Inter- ment was in Mountain View Christensen Salmon "uneral Chapel Ltd. was in barge of arrangements. SKRETTING Funeral ser- ice for Jorgine Skretting of 'auxhall, formerly of Bow 3ty, who died in Vauxhall July 3 at the age of 72, was held in the Evangelical Free Church t Enchant July 16 the lev. w, Burrel officiating, were Thorsten bkretting. Justav Skretting, Arnold Skretting, James Skret- :ing, Edwin Skretting and Gud- nund Skretting. Interment was the Enchant Cemetery, tumphries Funeral Home Ltd. Taber, was hi charge of the ar- angements. KUBOTA Funeral service or Ronald Ross Kubota of jethbridge who died suddenly My 10 at the age of 26, be- oved son of Mr. and Mrs. Taka- uki Kubota of Lethbridge was reld July 14 in the LDS Chape" in North Lethbridge with Bish- p L. G. Burbank officiating, ionorary pallbearers were Mil- suo Karaki, Jir'o Iwaasa, Joe daruska, Toru Iwaasa, S'nin Pakahashi, Bob Yamasaki. Ac ive pallbearers were John Za- remba, Ken Howeil, Ralph lemmie, Howard Franklin tlelvin Karaki and Bil leedyk. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery Ihristensen Salmon Funera iome Ltd. was in charge o arrangements. IN MEMORIAM PEASE In memory of Len ease, who passed away July 1969. Gone but not forgotten. -Ever remembered by his wife and family. 3208 EFFA In loving memory my dear husband, Rudolph, ho passed away July 18, 1962, Absence cannot take away What to the heart is dear. You are still mine in thought and love. With each passing year. remembered by his wife Ethel. 3184 MOUNT In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and fath- r, Alfred George Mount, who assed away July 16, 1969. Two years have passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay. A million words cannot ex Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. remembered by his wife Alice, daughter Eva and sons George and Eddie. 3185 loving mem- ry of a dear mother and grand- nother, Frances Navratil, who Mssed away July 16, 1970. She was a mother, so very rare, Content in her home and always there; Unselfish ways, heart of gold, No finer one could this world hold. So, dear Lord, take our mes- sage To our loved one up above, Tell her how we miss her And give her all our love. remembered by son johnny, Bernice and gradsons. 3135 CARDS OF THANKS I would like to express my deepest thanks to Mr. Frank J for all the hours of work ie puf, in to get and arrange the pictures for the Art display on July llth. Thanks to Mr. Tim Catonio for arrangements he made for us, to be able to dfe slay these pictures. Also a big hank you to the artists, from ie youngest to the oldest, whi so kindly gave their pictures for the C.N.P. Art Display These thanks also go to those who were in anyway involvec with this display. I feel the art display was successful. Poch, Supervisor 320 BASTEDO We would lik to express our sincere thank to the many friends and rela itves who sent flowers, card and food, and offered kin words of sympathy with th passing of our wife, mother an grandmother, Nellie Bastedo. special thanks to the doctors o the Haig Clinic, the staff an nurses of the Municipal Hosp tal, the Victorian Order Nurses for making her las days as comfortable as pos sible. This is very much appre dated by The Bastedo family. C6203-2 HA1MLING The family the late Lcs Hamling wish express their heartfelt gra'jtud and appreciation to their frienc relatives, and neighbors for th many acts of kindness and as sistance given to IB at this tim in the sad loss of our husban and father. No words can ex press our thanks nnd apprccis tion to the ladies who brough food to our home, to the man people who sent sympathy cart for the lovely floral tribute? an to those who Thank yo to the Foremost Ambulance Se vice, Mrs. L. Smith, Lcs Wals and Robert Huisman. A specin thank you to those who nssista with the cattle nnd in the farm work. Emily Hamlin and family. 323 FUNERAL WAUL I wish to express y sincere thanks to the doc- r and staff of the Coaldaie ospital for the care and kind- ess extended during my re- nt illness. Thanks also to the nany friends and relatives who nt cards, visited, or made in- Jim Wahl 3183 -Saturday, July 17, 1971 THE liTHMmGE HERAID 27 Labor averts i spilt LONDON (CP) An early move which would have torn the Labor party apart on the Com- mon Market issue was beaten down at the opening of the par- ty's special national conference today. With more than voting legates attending the rally, former chancellor of the ex- chequer Jim Callaghan pleaded with delegates on behalf of the executive, to vnthhoid a vote on the Conservative government's bid to join the European bloc. Opposition Leader Harold Wil- son sat calmly in the front row of the rostrum where left- winger Ian Mikardo took com- mand of the day-long meeting. Wilson wants the special con- ference merely to air its views on the Market and have the na- tional executive committee meet July 28 to frame a resolu- tion which woulct be presented tio the annual party conference in the fall. Wilson himself has not clearly defined has own position on the Market, though there is specula- tion that he would oppose mem- bership terms while keeping an open mind on the principle of entry. His deputy, Roy Jenkins, has openly stated strong support for market membership. Although union militants in the party oppose joining the Market on any terms, sentiment in the parliamentary wing of the party favors British entry. The issue comes before the House of Commons for a deci- sion Oct. 28. Ann Landers Norway quits gulf OTTAWA (CP' Norway has agreed that its fishing trawlers will retire from the Gulf of St Lawrence by the end of 1974- An agreement to this effec was signed Thursday by Exter nal Affairs Minister Sharp am the Norwegian ambassador to Canada, Torfinn Oftedal, it wa announced Friday. The gulf is one of five large bodies of water on the East and West coasts reserved for Cana dian fishermen under legislation passed by Parliament last year Agreement reached in Mideast fuss AMMAN (Reuter) Agree- ment has been readied between the Jordanian government and Arab Palestinian guerrillas, giv- ing the commandos three new areas in which they can move reely, well informed sources said here today. The agreement follmys five days of clashes in which the guerrillas claimed that the Jor- danian army used tanks, heavy artillery, napalm and aircraft against them, particularly in iheir former stronghold area of Jerash in the north. The sources said that a Syrian military delegation which left Amman for Damascus Friday night returned to the Jordanian capital early today and went nto immediate talks with a Jor- danian military delegation. Observers believed that the broad lines of the agreemen had been reached in earlier The Jordanian goyernmen has said that the guerrillas hav been expelled from their base in Uhe neighborhood of village in the Jerash and Adjloun areas of North Jordan and moved t an uninhabited region overlook ing the Jordan Valley. Depths Yesterday ByTHE CANADIAN PRESS Hector Blake wife of former Montreal Cana diens hockey cnach Toe Blake. Arnprlor, Thomas Henry Iveson, 95, rec tor of several Ottawa-area An glican churches for the last 40 years. Have You Found Your Home Yef? INVESTIGATE THIS: 4 pee. bathroom both off master bedroom Built-in stove Frost free 1 door refrigerator Broadloom In living room and master bed- room 100% fir construction All legal and insurance fees paid 400 OOWH M 66'39 TAXES SEE QUINTON AND DALE AGENCIES LTD. 1277 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 358-8942 or Call loin Wall 358-3457 Garry Cox 752-3244 Mai Wall 321-3457 Connie Cox 752-3244 ''Exclusive Agenti for Pentagon Homoi" DEAR ANN LANDERS: I sympathize with the mother f the 15-year-old son and the 16-year-old daughter who couldn't be left alone in the house because they might kill ach other. Her letter gave me the courage to write. We have two children also a boy 14 and girl 3. They don't beat each other up but they do something Ise that bothers both my husband and me. Whenever we have guests they start arguing- Their oices grow louder and louder-and the name-calling be- omes disgraceful. Even if they are in another part of the louse the guests can hear every word. It doesn't bother these rids that they have an audience in fact they frequently start these arguments at the dinner table when guests are present. What should we do? Please don't say they will out- ;row it. We can't wait that long. Thanks.-Carson City DEAR CAR: Sit down with your two loudmouths and tell them that in the future they will settle their difficulties in private, because the next time they put on a floor show or guests they will both! be ordered to opposite sides of the house. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I was shocked to read your tatfiment that "a good marriage cannot be destroyed by a third party." I am at Ihe present time watching it happen o my best friend. Her husband is a fine Christian man- taught Sunday school for 12 years. A ruthless hussy who went to work for him has him wrapped around her little finger. She has already divorced her husband and is pressuring mm to get a divorce also. The judge awarded her custody of the children, so she has lost nothing. I'm sure the male menopause was a factor here. If it weren't for this sex-pot he would have agreed to counsel- ing, but she has made him feel like a young buck again and he loves Ms second childhood. Please change your advice, Ann. I know for certain tins marriage was solid, beautiful, and as perfect as it could have been-until this vixen came along.-Close Observer DEAR CLOSE: No one knows what a marriage is hke except the two people who are in it. And sometimes one of THEM doesn't even know. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Shortly after I graduated from high school I became engaged to a nice fellow. (I'll call Tom.) Tom's older brother and his wife were a very sweet couple and I'm sure they thought, as I did, that one day I would marry Tom. When their baby was born they asked me to be the godmother. I was honored and accepted. A few months later Tom moved to another city. We saw each other less and less frequently and after several months we had to admit that we were no longer in love so we broke up. For two years I sent Christmas gifts and birthday gifts to my godchild. Then I married an out of state man and moved to the coast. I stopped sending my godchild gifts at that time. Now I feel guilty and wonder if I should resume the gift sending-or should I write and say I feel they ought to select someone else? It's three years since there has been any contact between us. What do you al Q m DEAR Q.: Leave things as they are. When you mamed and moved away, that was it. To re-establish communications after three years of silence, would be .awkward. It might also raise some questions-such as, "Is she trying to get back with Is alcoholism a disease? How can the alcoholic be treat- ed? Is there a cure? Head the booklet "Alcoholism-Hope And by Ann Landers. Enclose 35 cents in coin with! your request and a long, stamped, self-addressed Find bodies of miners ASHERS FORK, Ky. (AP) lescue teams, working through ho night in a futile attempt to save three miners trapped by a coal mine cave-in, located their xxJies early today. Trapped behind a wall of rock and debris when the mine's roof e way in mid-afternoon Fn- lay were Frankie Gibson, Er- nest Harris and Oscar Saylor. Three other miners escaped with minor injuries and fourth man escaped unharmed. Meanwhile at Sapporo. Japan, at least 20 miners were killed today when a deep under- ground shaft caved in at a Sumitomo Coal Mining Co. col- liery. THE TA1K FORCE. ON URBANIZATION AND THE FUTURE seeKs TASK COMMITTEE COORDINATORS To aid in the organization and continuing support of task committees concerned with varied problems of urbanization in all areas of Alberta. To assist in the development of new projects in consultation with local groups. Ability to work with government agencies, private organizations, and community groups will be essential. Knowledge of existing trends and problems in both urban and rural Alberta is desirable. Duration 32 months Fees Send resumes in confidents by July 23rd 1971 to Perionncl Thn Task Force on Uibaniiotion and Ihe 10006- 107 Stroo! Edmonton Alberla ;