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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta July If, Iff! THi limMIDM HMAID 21 BIRTH LINDWALL Karen and Wayne are very happy to an- nounce the birth of their sec- ond son, Trevor Michael, 8 Ibs., 7 oz., born July 12 at St. Mich- ael's Hospital. Proud grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brown of Raymond and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lindwall of Red Deer. Great Grandparents are Mrs. Emily Lindwall and Mr. Jack Brown of Lethbridge and Mr. Joe Hancock of Ray- mond. 6217 DEATHS KING Jill, passed away a Milk River, on Wednesday, uly 18th, 1973, beloved infant daughter of William and Nor- ma Jane King of Aden. Funer- al services will be held at the graveside in the Milk River Jemetery on Friday, July 20th at 4 p.m., with Pastor L. Zim- merman officiating. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., are Directors of Funeral Service. DEATH McCULLOUGH Abraham. Born February 24, 1882 near Armagh, Northern Ireland. Died July 18, 1973, Vancouver, B.C. Married Martha. Patter- son of Rathfriland, County Down, Ireland in 1912. Came to Canada early 1900's and home- steaded at Cardston, Alberta. Later a merchant at Cham- pion, Alberta from 1919 to 1938 and moved to 1938. Survived Vancouver in by his wife, Martha at Blenhiem Lodge, Vancouver and threa children and eight grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. Children, Aileen (Mrs. A. M. Sutherland) Northridge, Cali- fornia, Robert Abraham, Cal- gary, Marjorie (Mrs. A. M. Johnson) Vancouver. Funeral at Mount Pleasant Funeral Home, Vancouver, July 20th, p.m. Predeceased by his brother, January, James 1973. of No Calgary, flowers please. Remembrances to Gi- deon International, Box 16, Site No. 7, SS No. 1, Calgary. Inter- ment Capilano View Cemetery, West Vancouver, B.C. 6277A PUBLIC NOTICES TOWN OF MAGRATH NOTICE Magrath Town Council, as re- quired under Section 175 of the Mun- iclpal Government Act, hereby- gives nonce of Its Intention to Pass a By- Law on August 13, 1973, for the pur BOM of closing the North to South lane In MOCK So, Pian magratn K. It Is proposed in the Replot of BlocK SO, that the North approximately 400 feet of the said lane be replaced with a M toot roadway and the South ap- proximately MO feet of the lane be re- placed with a walkway. Any person who claims that he will be affected preiudlcially by the By- Law may be heard by Council before August 10, 1973. MAGRATH TOWN COUNCIL HAMES Passed away sud- denly in the city on Wednesday, July 18, 1973, Mr. Edward Al- bert Barnes at the age of 83 years, of 2208 23 Ave. N.W. Calgary, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Jane Barnes. Born in England, the late Mr. Barnes came to'Canada as a young lad at the torn of the century first o Manitoba and then hi 1808 to uethbridge. Be farmed at Champion from 1929 until retir- ing to Calgary in 1969. Be was a member of the Pemmican Club of Lethbridge. Be is sur- vived by two daughters, Mrs. B. L. (Gladys) Johnson of Cal- gary, Mrs. Peter (Margaret) of Lethbridge; two sons, Sir. Edward A. Barnes of Cham- pion and Mr. Alfred J. Barnes if Bed Deer; 10 grandchildren; L4 great-grandchildren, and two sisters and one brother in Eng- land. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at 3 p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Archdeacon Cecil Swanson officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITION- AL CHAPEL, 812 3 Ave. S. phone 328-2361, MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. H. C. Poulsen Municipal secretary-Treasurer B4t PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF PINCHER CREEK IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT, 1963 ond In the matter of Town of Pincher Creek By Law No. 1174 being a By-Law to amend By-Law No. 1107, being a By.Law with respect to zoning for the Town of Pincher Creek. Take Notice that on Monday, the Z3rd day of July, 1973, at the hour of o'clock In the afternoon in the Council Chambers of the Town Hall, the Council of the Town of Pincher Creek will hold a Public Hearing pursuant to Section 130 of the Planning Act to con- slder the to amtnd the Zoning By-Law. AND FURTHER By-Law No. 1174 No. 1109 known as TAKE NOTICE THAT the proposed By-Law No. 1174 will amend By-Law No. 1107 by desig- nating the following described proper ties to be In Transitional included and regulated in and under By-Law No. 1109, the Zoning By-law, cJ the Town of Pincher 1. All that portion of the street widen- ing in the North East Quarter of Sec- tion Fifteen Township Six Thirty West of Fourth ______ji, on Plan of record in the Land Tints Office for the South AL Range T Meridian, berta Land Reslsfrsfisn Ctelrict as 1958 J.K., net previously within the Town Boundrles. 2. The East Half of Section Twenty- Two Township Six Range Thirty West of the Fourth Meri- dian, Not previously within the Town Boundrles. 3. The intersection of the Road Al- lowances at the North East Comer of the saW Section Twenty two (22) and that portion of the road allowance ad. lotnb North Boundary of the ntng the said Section Twenty-Two (22) which lies Inside the production of the roed widening on plan Of record in the said Lard Titles Office as H.Y. 4. The North West Quarter of section Township Six Range Thirty West cf the Fourth Meridian, not previously within the Town boundaries. 5. That portion cf the road allowance adjoining the North boundary of the said North West Quarter of Section Twenty-Three (23) which lies to the of the production of the No. Highway on plan of record in the said Land Titles Office as 442 J.K. t. Toe disposal plant site and the subdivision in the North East Quarter of The said Section Twenty Three (23) on plans of record In the said Land TRte 24G.U-, and Kit respectively. 7. That portion of the south East Quarter of the said Section Twenty. Three whSdi Iks to the South an East of the Subdivisions, on cJsns oT record In the said Office as 10B J.K., 1E77 J.K., end to the South of the roadway on plan of record In the Mid Lend Ttttes Office as 7954 O. That portion cf the Soirtn West Quarter of SecJlon Twenty-Six Township Six Rsnoe Thirty 130) West of the Fourth Meridian wMch lies to the South West c4 The said No. Highway as shown on a tflsn cf record in the said Land Titles Office 442 J.K. AH flat portion of HIShwiy No as on a recorded In Land Titles Office ej number G.X., wWiln the North Easl Quarter of Section Twenty Three '231, TcwnsHo Six Ranoe Thirty West of the Fwrth Meridian lying Smrtti of i straight tine drawn across said road ancles 1o fnTre line of the said Section Twenty-three to cormtet point Twenty two and Ninety. two Hondredfhs (22.W) feet soOTh from l.P.P. 17 monument shown en Plsn AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE TtlAT a of the Proposed By-Law myy M 1tie Office of ths Municipal Secretary In 1Tis Town Hall norawl bows. DATtr AT THE TOWN OF WNCH- CREEK THIS JZfh DAY OF JULY, 1973. Terry Lvon 828 C743 CARDS OF THANKS KULTGEN We would like o express our sincere thanks o relatives and friends for owers, mass cards and cards; also for food and iH your houghtfulness during the loss of our dear mother, Pauline Ktfltgen. Families 6218 CALLAHAN I wish to ex- tress my sincere thanks and appreciation to friends and re- latives for the cards, ood, phone caUs, donations to the Heart Fund and for the many offers of assistance. Spe- cial thanks to my Aunty Vic, sister Marlene, cousins Sandra and Bev, Miles and Noel klaughan and to Colleen Mc- jean for being there when I needed them most. Thanks also to Martin Bros. Ltd., Bev. ty. R. W. K. Elliott and the pall- jearers. All my thanks and ove to Jack and Gladys Calla- lan and Alva Brown who travelled the many moles from Oregon, so that we could be to- gether in our hours of grief and sorrow during tfae bereave- ment of our dear dad, brother and grandfather. I thank you FUNERALS CALLAHAN Funeral ser- vice for William (Bffl) James CaUahan, former Lethbndge resident who died suddei Monday, July 9, isre, in Frobisher Bay, N.W.T., at the age of 55 years, was held at p.m. Saturday, July 14, 1973 in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., Leth- bridge, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were John E. Jacobson, Pat Lowe, Steve Dobay, Len Sulji- van, Jim McBride and Bffl Var- zari. Interment was in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. ANDERSON Funeral ser- vice for Dawn Anderson, belov- ed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Anderson of Spring Coulee who died suddenly at spring Coulee Tuesday, July at the age of 18 years, was held at-3 p.m. Friday, July 13, 1973, in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Father J. A. Carroll, OMI, officiating. Pall- bearers were John Thompson, Orville Malmberg, Wilton Frank, BiU Zimmerman, Bill Former and Roy Johnson. In- terment was in the family plot in Arcbmount Memorial Gar- dens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SANDERS Funeral service for Oscar Herman Sanders, who died in the city Tuesday, July 10, 1973, after a long illness a the age of 72 years, was held at 1 p.m. Friday in Martin Bros Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Major Tbebna M. Cor ney officiating. Pallbearers were Trygve. Ralph and Allan Thtvapson, Reg Kalancha and John Barrie. Interment was in Mountain 'View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- Service, was in charge of the arrangements. KtZEMA Funeral service for William Stephen (Bill) Ki zema, beloved husband of Mrs Helen Ezema who died in the city after a brief illness Thurs- day, July 12, 1973, at tbe age of years, was held at 3 p.m. Saturday in Martin Bros. Mem- orial Chapel, 703 13th St N. with Rev. D. Sipe officiating Pallbearers were Fred Teren tiuk, Norm. Price, Marvin aw Brian Bolofcoski, Gerry Carvel and Bob HudrJIestone. Honor ary pallbearers were Steve Ktack, Fred Schuto, Pau Madge, John Romanmk, Nick Lastnka, Rae Evans, Boyd Cur rie. Ralph Hofstrand, Cleve Hill, Gene Mah and Dr. J. K BigeJow. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was hi charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAM BRANTNER In loving memory of Christian Brantner, who passed away July 19, 1972 You can only have one father. patient, kind and true No otter friend in aH the world, will be so true to you No one knows my 1< I write these simple lines. For my father's love and friendship, that are no longer mine. You shared my hopes, my joys, my fears, God Mess you, dad, for those precious years. missed by Ted, Donna, Debbie, Todd. 6219 all. -Mrs. Betty and family. Jean Sullivan X6183 IN MEMORIAMS BRANTNER In memory of Chris Brantner, who passed away July 19, 1972. Your end was very sudden It made us weep and cry, The saddest part of all, Dad You never said goodbye. Each time we see your picture You seem to smile and say, "Don't cay, I'm only sleeping We'll meet again some'day." For those who have a Dad Treat him with loving care, For you wffl never know .the heartache Til you know that he's not there. remembered by Jerry, Judy, Laurie, Tim and Dick. BRANTNER In loving memory of Chris, a dear father and grandfather, passed away July Peacefully sleeping, resting at last Earth's weary troubles and trials are passed, In silence he suffered, with patience he bore, 'TU God called him home to suffer-no more. Wherever we do Always, dear remember go, whatever dad, you. we missed by Charles, Carol, Danny, Barbara, and Kenny. 6221 BRANTNER In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Chris Brantner, who passed away on July 19, 1972. Little did we know that day, What sorrow the day would bring, For the call was sudden, tbe shock severe, To part with one we loved so dear. You were taken from us without a chance to saj goodbye, A page in history softly turned as you were laid away. But as long as life am memory lasts You will be remembered day by day. remembered and loved by Joanne and Barry Georgina and Chad. 6222 BRANTNER In loving memory of Chris, a dear hus- band, father and grandfather who passed away one year ago, July 19. 1972. A wonderful Father laid to rest, For each of as he did bis best. His place on earth, no one can fill We miss you, Dad and always LACOLLE, Que. (CP) eople within a three-quarter- mile radius will be evacuated or two or three hours today when an attempt is made to aise a bomb from he nearby BicWteuiRhrer, the Quebec Provincial Police said Wednesday. The QPP MM Canadian Forces and QPP dims, aMed by a military helicopter, will at- tempt to raise (be rusty bomb, 56 inches long with t diameter 20 inches. The bomb was discovered three weeks ago fa feet of water by of a diving club. It is feet from either shore. CNR merge n Ashcroft PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. (CP) The Canadian al Railway is preparing to join its national main line to the British Columbia Railway with a 40-mile connecting line be- tween Ashcroft and Clinton, a CNR official has announced. John Sturgess of Edmonton marketing manager for the CNR western region, said both railways "have done a lot of research on the subject. "I imagine an announcemeri will be made before the end of the month on its status." He said the work would cost million and would become a major route for pulp drips from Kamloops and Merritt to Prince George. "There is serious chip sur- plus in Kamloops and while there's a scarcity of them he said. "We are shipping chips from Vavenby 100 miles north of Kamloops, to Prince George via Jasper (At berta) now." In Victoria, Resources Min- ister Bob Williams would not confirm or deny feat agree- ment is close but said the pro- posed construction would cost less than tbe million esti mated by tbe CNR. MISSED CELEBRATION STRATFORD, Ot. (CP) This southwestern Ontario town famous for its Shakespearean festival, missed Canada Week. Someone forgot to inform citj officials. Stratford Mayor Cuffi- ton said he didn't know any- thing about it. '1 was not con- he said. Residents moved tor bomb scare transported to the Forces base t Famham, IS miles east of here, the QPP said. Preliminary examination In- dicates it is airborne type which entered service four yean ago "and packs an ex- tadve force equal to a ton of TNT. Pattern 7044 Make everybody happy! Cro- chet low or high slippers They're quick, low-cost. Solve gift problems the easy way! Gay, 3-color puff-stitch trim dresses up TV or travel slip- pers in easy single crochet. Pat- tern 7044: S, M, L incl. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each -pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern lor firsfeclass mailing and special handling Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS Totally New 1973 Nrtdlecraft Catalogue crammed with knit, crochet styles, crafts. 150 designs. FREE directions. 75 cents. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Ave. Scarborough, Ont MIT4P7 Once raised, the bomb will be A QPP ipokesnun Mid Tues- day "it is poMiMe" the is rom a B-SZwtfch collided with second plane two yean ago. Two planes from the U.S. Strategic Air Command base at Pattern Suddenly a warm day turns chilly and bow glad you are fc toss on the cuddly cape you crocheted. Dress is a charmer Printed Pattern 4896: es' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Half Sizes 20% PLEASE STATE DRESS SIZE. SEVENTH FIVE CENT in coins (no stamps, please for each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME ADDRESS. STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS care of THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Ave. Scarborough, Ont MIT 4P7 Print plainly PATTERN NUM BER, YOUR NAME AND AD DRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT it to Tbe Herald. Pittsburgh, N.Y., collided in the In vm_ Tfie bomb'is located 1% miles north of the U.S. border. Locolle is 40 miles south of Montreal. Trizec expands MONTREAL (CP) James A. Soden, nshfent of Trizac Corp. Ltd., today announced the tarnation of Tristar Western M. through wttcfa Trizec plans o expand development activity in Western Canada and tfae United States. The new company's head of- fice wfll be in Calgary with ad- ditional executive offices to be opened in Los Angeles. Soden said (bat Sam will be the president of the new subsidiary. Tristar Western will acquire, construct, devetope and invest in forms of real estate. CAREERS JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER We require a Journeyman Number with commercial experience. Applicant will be expected to do some take-off work and generally assist tn building a me- chanical contracting shop in Lethbridge. Applicant should state age and complete resume of experience. This position a rewarding future to the successful applicant. All will be kept strict- ly confidential. Apply to Bex 74, Herald PRODUCTION FOREMAN MOBILE HOMES Major manufacturer of mobile, homes seeking an outstanding individual for the above position. Reporting directly to the production manager, he will be responsible for the supervision of a minimum of 50 people. Ability to organize and direct, plus previous mobile home will enable this individual to master the foreman's position and progress to fur- ther management positions. Reply In confidence, providing detailed written re- sume, to: Box H-1939, Calgary Herald SHOP FOREMAN FOR LOCAL FARM EQUIPMENT and MACHINERY MANUFACTURER Must be experienced in this field and able to work well with other people and work without supervision. Salary negotiable to experience: only experienced parties need apply. Apply in person to VICTORY EQUIPMENT LTD. 920 2ml AVE. 'A' NORTH, IETHBRIDGI PHONE 327-4389 CLAMP PRICE DOWN Although we smile and make no fuss No one misses you more than us. What would we give if we could say "HeOo, Dad" in tbe same dd way To hear your voice, see you smile To sit and chat with you awhile You left us suddenly, your thoughts unknown, But you.left a memory We are proud to own. missed by ms loving wife, Elna and families. 5490 STOCK NO. OLD COINS FOUND SENTA, Yugoslavia (AP) A man unearthed a jug contain ing 150i century silver coins while digging in his back yard in the vifiage of Kevi, aa- tfaarities said. BRAND NEW! 1973 PINTO 2 DOOR Medium brown, 1600 4 speed, radio. PMCE CLAMP DOWN....... 1969 COUGAR CONVERTIBLE V8, auto., PS, PB, radio. For sum- mer driving fun at it's best. CLAMP DOWN PRICE, ONLY...... STOCK NO. 999A 1968 PONTIAC STATION WAGON Auto., PS, PB, do-it-yourself unit. CLAMP DOWN PRICE, ONLY..... STOCK NO. 792A 1967 THUNDttBIRD loaded, just overhauled. ClAMf DOWN PRICE........... STOCK NO. 860A 1970 PONTIAC IE MANS STATION WAGON V8, auto., CLAMP DOWN PRICE........ '1873 SALE HOURS: Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. FORD 1510 Mayor Magrath at 16th Dial 3284861 ;