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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, 2, 1973 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of Alexander Pankow, sometimes known as Alex Pankow, late of the Town of Cardston, in the Province of Alberta, Retired, who passed away on the 9th day of May, A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file v.ith the under- signed solicitors by the 2nd day of July, A.D. 1973 a full statement of their claim and of securities held by them. VIRTUE COMPANY Barristers and Solicitors 106 McFarland Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executrix Jl THREE BEDROOM HOUSE FOR SALE PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA Sealed tenders, clearly marked "House will be received by the under- signed up to p.m., Friday, June S 1973, tor the purchase of property and building situated at 789 Hyde Street, Pincher Creek, Alberta and le- nally described as Lot 104, Plan Pinch- er Creek 7756 A. L. This building has an existing CMHC mortgage of 6K per cent. A certified cheque, made payable to the Pincher Creek School Division No. 29, for 10 per cent of tender price must accompany the tender. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. R. J. Roth, Secretary-Treasurer Pincher Creek School Division No. 2 PINCHER CREEK, Alberta TDK 1WO AA7. Jjirths, JDeaihs, j-unerau anks, etnonawis BIRTHS DONALDSON Jim and Georgia are pleased to an- nounce the birth of their son, Christopher Troy, on May 21, 1973 at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital A brother for Corey. 3620 DYCK Arlene and Bob are happy to announce the arrival of their son Jason Robert, 7 Ibs., 11 ozs. born at St. Mich- ael's General Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dyck and Mr. and Mrs. Del Coghlin. First great-grandson for Mr. Peter Briosi. 3681 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN TE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF CATHERINE BRATAMER, late of the Cily o Lethbndge, in the Province of Alberta who died on the 2nd day of February A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 9th day of Ji'ly, 1973 a full statement of their claims and o securities held by them. RICE, MACLEAN, BABKI AND EVANS 703 3rd Avenue South, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Executrix J9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF JOSEPH JOHN WATSON, late, of Picture Butte, in the Province of Alberta, Retired, who died on the 5th day of January, 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the Estate cf the above named must file with the under- signed by the 9th day cf July, 1973, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 310 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors JS NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate of MEDA MEREL BOECKH, late of the City of Cincin- nati, in the State of Ohio, one of the United States of America, who died on the 54th day of February, A.D. 1973, TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav Ing claims up the Estate of the above named must file with the Solicitors for MARWOOD EARL JONES, the Ad ministrator of the Estate by the 291h day of June, A.D. 1973, a full statement of their claims and securities held by Jnem. STRINGAM, DENECKY AND BA1NES Solicitors for the Administrator 309 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta MS7 Deaf hooked into police switchboard EDMONTON (CP) Ed- monton has become one of the first communities in Canada to have an emergency service for its deaf population hooked into police headquarters. Teletype machines have been set up in the homes of 28 of Edmonton's estimated 250 deaf persons. More will be added in the future. By calling a special number the police switchboard cper- ator will place the ringing tele- phone in a cradle and the deaf person then types his mes- sage onto his home machine. The machine changes the let- ters to sound waves which trav- el along telephone lines. They change back into letters and the message is typed on the po- lice teletype. The police can also commun- icate with the deaf using the system. Canadian Pacific, Canadian National, and Alberta Govern- ment Telephones donated the teletypes and the Association of the Deaf buys the acousti- cal units. Chrysler recalls trucks WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) Chrysler Canada Ltd. said Fri- day it is recalling me- dium-duty Dodge trucks in Can- ada because of possible reduc- tion in braking power. Another of the same trucks are being recalled in the United States. The trucks were all built be- tween 1969 and 1973 at Chrys- ler's Windsor truck plant. The company said the ve- hicles, equipped with dual brak- ing systems, may have brake tubes installed too close to the steering column and contact may be possible. This could re- sult in wear and possible failure of the hose, cutting down brak- ing power. DEATHS COON Lucy Olstead, pass- ed away May 31 at the age of 93 years. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Dwight Purdy, (Betty) of Lsthbridge, a son, Ben Coon of Trail, B.C., four grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. A private Fam- ily service will be held. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C9807 FORTH Passed away in the city on May 31, 1973 follow- ing a brief illness, Mr. Thom- as Forth at the age of 70 years of 214 28th St. S. Born in Eng- land the iate Mr. Forth came to Canada to Letbbridge in 1929 and has resided here ever since. Survivors include one brother, Mr. Frank Forth in Lethbridge; two brothers in England and three sisters in England. The funeral services will be held on Monday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMO- RIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will fol- low in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Those who wish maj donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bldg Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13bh St. N. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9806 FUNERAL CARDS OF THANKS ASHTON Funeral service for Lyle Leroy Ashton, beloved husband of Vivian Ashtoi (nee Jarvie) of 1108 54th St S. E., Calgary, and son o Clara Ashton and the lafo Samuel Ashton who died sud denly Saturday, May 5, 1973, a Calgary at the age of 25 years was h'3ld at 3 p.m. Tuesday May 8, in Martin Bros. Me- morial Chapel, 703 13th St. N. with Rev. Kenneth Jordan offi dating. Pallbearers were Ed ward Tarry, LaVern Gross Gerald Lee; Morris, Vern and Robert Jarvie. Interment wa in the Mountain View Cem etery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di rectors of Funeral Service was in charge of the arrange- ments. BROWN Alma Owen, pass- ed away in Lethbridge on Fri- day, June 1st, 1973 at the age of 69 years. Mr. Brown was born in Cardston on April 9th, 1904 and received his education in the schools of Cardston, being one of the students in the firsl grade 12 of Cardston. He at- tended normal school in Cal- gary and has taught school for nearly forty years. He loved sports of all kinds and was al- ways interested in music. Sur- vivors include his daughter, Del Nora and two grandsons of Calgary; three sisters, Mrs. Lu- cile B. Nelson of Salt Lake City, Utah, Mrs. Ethel B. Harker of St. George, Utah, and Mrs. Lisadore B. Harker of Ma- grath; three Newell of Salt Lake City, Heber J. of California and Walter E. of Ma- ijrath. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel (327 10th St. S., Lethbridge) on Monday, June 4th at 2 p.m., with Bishop Ruedon Selk offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Card- ston Cemetery. CHRISTEN- SEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C9804 WEST Annie Catherine, passed away in Cardston on June 1st, 1973 at the age cf 93 years, beloved wife of the late Harden Luke West. Mrs. West was born in Deseret, Utah April 12th, 1880 and came to Canada in 1892 settling in the Mountain View area. She was married to Harden Luke West on March 13th, 1901 in Salt Ice City, and has spent near- y all her life in the Cardston district. She leaves to mourn ler passing five daughters, Mrs. Lyman (Ethel Jacobs and Mrs. Barker (Mae) Sel- man of Raymond, Mrs. Donald Thelma) Merrill and Mrs. Ho- race (Mabel) Payne of Card- ston and Mrs. Delbert (Beth) jeavitt of Lethbridge; one son, Hubert West of Cardston; 27 grandchildren: 75 great-grand- children and seven great-great- jrandchildren. She was prede- ceased by her husband in 1963 and by a son, Frank in 1956. Funeral services will be held n the Alberta Stake Chapel in lardston on Monday, June 4th at 1 p.m., with Bishop Reed Z e m p officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet he family and pay their re- spects from 12 noon prior to the service in the relief society oom of the church. SALMON TJNERAL HOME LTD., Card- ton, Directors of Funeral Ser- a C9606 CARDS OF THANKS HORTON We would like to express our sincere thanks to all our relatives and friends for their thoughtful acts o kindness, cards, mass cards flowers, food and to everyone who helped in any way during our recent bereavement. A spe- cial thank you to Miss Aldeen McKay, and Father Lynn, Mr Humphries, the C.W.L. and U.C.W. ladies for serving lunch Horton, Shirley and Elwood, Fay and Max 368r McVEAN I would like to thank the doctors of the Roy Clinic, nurses, nurses aides and all staff of the Municipal Hos pital Fourth Floor Surgery for their kindness, care and at- tention during my stay in hospi- tal. Thanks also to my friends neighbors, CPR staff and rela- tives for their visits, flowers cards and other acts of kind- ness, all of whit., are very much appreciated. C. McVean. NUMMI 3640 We would like to extend our sincere apprecia- tion to friends and relatives for sympathy and understand- ing given to us in the loss oi our beloved son and brother Richard. Your flowers, fopd: and cards gave us consolation and comfort. We give thanks to the attending doctors from Haig Clinic and to the ladies who served lunch. Your thought- fulness will always be remem- bered. and Kay Numml, Wendy Ann, Janice, Brian, Darrell 3682 THE ALBERTA FLYING FARMERS Wish to thank all these donors who helped make our convention possible: Southwest Aviation Void, Jones and Void Auction Mart Summers Fertilizers Ltd. Oliver Industrial Supply Canada Packers Ltd. Madge Equipment Stauffer Aero Swifts Field Aviation Co. Ltd. Green Cross Ltd. Ducey Avionics Peacock Aviation U.G.G. Gulf Agricultural Services Ltd. Bob and Phyllis Drake Firestone Tire Ltd. Highwood Land and Cattle Co. Highwood Air Service Chinook Flying Service Flying N Restaurant Munro Aero Stampede Aviation C.C.I.L Purity Bottling Alberta Hog Producers Market- ing Board Holiday Inn Green Acres Fertilizers Ltd. Lethbridge Flying Club Western Harvestore Ltd. Time Air Southern Alberta Co-op Ltd. Redcliff Flowers International Harvester Co. fulf Service Centre Pacific Western Airlines Cessna Aircraft Tri-Air Services Ltd. Leavens Bros. Thunderbird Shell Service Air Training Services Royal Bank of Canada 3oyd and Fielder Canadian Dressed Meats Ellison Flour Mills fligh View Farms Ross Ranches Alberta Wheat Pool Unifeed Ltd. Standard Engine Aero Trams Air Super Sales and Service Calgary Tent and Awning Alberta Dept. of Agriculture Texas Refinery Ltd. Brooker Wheaton Our thanks go out to the jethbridge Convention Bureau, rransportation Committee and jveryone else who worked so hard to make our convention a success. i HORMOTH We wish to thank the Picture Butte Vol- unteer Fire Department, friends, neighbors awl relatives for their assistance in helping to cope with the recent fire on our farm. Hormoth family. 3515 FOZARD I would like to express my 'sincere thanks and appreciation for the care and kindness shown to me by all the staff while I was a patient at Southland Nursing Home. I am now making my home at No. Nine, Green Acres Lodge. Fozard. 3683 SHEVIEK I wish to thank all my friends and relations who came to visit me, sent flowers, gifts cards during my hos- pitalization. Also a sincere thank you to the doctors, nurses and staff of the Lethbridge Muni- cipal Hospital. Lukas Shirnek. 3638 KOVACS Luee Kovacs wishes to express his thanks to his many friends, relatives and neighbors for their visits, beau- tiful flowers, cards and other acts of kindness he received while a patient in the Foothills Hospital, Calgary. Your friend- ship is greatly appreciated. 3514 COON We wish to thank Lucy Cooa's many friends for their thoughtfulness and kind- ness to her during her 35 years residence in Lethbridge. Our thanks, also, to the staff of Edith Cavell Nursing Home for their cheerful attention to our mother. Purdy and Ben Coon. 3684 BOBINEC We wish to ex- tend our most sincere thanks to ;he people of the city and area who came to pay their last res- sects to our beloved father and ausband, Mike Bobinec, and to thank relatives, neighbors and friends for cards, flowers, Mass- es and help in our hour of need. Mary Bobinec and family. 3513 IN MEMORIAMS ALLEN In loving mem- ory cf a dear brother and uncle, Tom, who passed away June 2, 1971. So many things have hap- pened, Tom, Since you were called away, So many thoughts to share with you, Had you been left to stay. We can not bring the old days back When we were all together, But secret tears and loving thoughts Will be with us forever. remembered by Don, Carol, Darren and Corrie. 3642 IN MEMORIAMS ALLEN In loving mem ory of Tom, who passed away June 2, 1971. Silent thoughts, memories dear, As it dawns another year. remembered by Val and Brad. 3641 ALLEN In loving memory of Tom, a dear son-in-law who passed away June 2, 1971. With tender memories ever true Today and always, we think of you. remembered by Mom and Dad Manning. 3686 MRAZEK In loving mem- ory of our very dear mother and grandmother, Marie Mra- zek, who passed away on June 2. 1971. missed by Paul, Yrmilla, John, Shaannee and Peter Dvorack 3516 ZOWTIAK In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father, grandfather and great grand- father, Michael Zowtiak, who passed away June Like falling leaves the years go by, But love and memories never die. remembered by his wife and family. 3621 YACKULIC In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and father, Michael (Mike) who passed away on June 3, 1967. Years may pass and fade away, But memories of you will al- ways stay. remembered by his Alice, son Darrel, daughters Carol and Mar- lene and family. 3643 ALLEN In loving mem- ory of a dear brother and uncle, ?om Allen, who passed away June 2, 1971. June comes with deep regret, A month that we cannot for- get, A day of remembrance sad to recall, Without farewell you left us all. What we woud give if we could say, "Hi in the same old way. Beautiful memories are all we have left, Of a brother we loved and shall never forget. remembered and sadly missed by Pork and Ann, Doug, Dawn and Debbie. 3645 iLLEN In loving mem- ory of a dear son, Dwayne Thomas who passed away June 2, 1971. (Two very onely There is always a face before us, An a voice we would love to hear, A smile we will always re- member, Of a son we loved so dear. To some you may be forgotten, To others just part of the past, But within our hearts dear Tom, We will cherish your mem- ories to the last. A day of remembrance sad to recall, Without farewell, you left us all. These words we write in deep sorrow and regret, Of a loving son we will never forget. loved, remembered, and sadly missed by mom a and dad. MM KURINA In loving mem- ory of wife, mother and grand- mother, Margaret Kurina, who passed away June 2, 1964. Beautiful memories woven in gold, This is the picture your loved oces hold, Deep in our hearts your memories are kept, To love and to cherish and never forget loved and remembered by husband, Frank, Mamie, Donald, John and Doreen and family; Frank, Myrna and family. 3687 Parents join bilingual classes KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) Bilingual instruction in a Cal- gary elementary school is so popular that parents are getting involved as "a status a school administrator told a Queens University seminar. A. E. Kowalski of the Calgary separate school district said that although "bilingual educa- tion is dying in the there is great enthusiasm among par- ents of 130 students enroller- in the bilingual school that they are being taught French at night. Under the five-year-old pro- gram English-speaking students begin French-language instruc- tion in kindergarten and by Grade 2 French is spoken in class 80 per cent of the time, he said. The youngsters become fluently bilingual in early grades and have no difficulty transferring skills, such as reading and writing, from Eng- lish to French. The Calgary project was started after the federal bili- ngualism and biculturalism commission report was issued Mr. Kowalski said. New engine design needed in major pollution battle EDMONTON (CP) Exist- ing automobile pollution con- trol devices are e f f e c tive against only two of the three major exhaust pollutants in cars Alberta Environment Minister Bill Yurko said this week. Of the three major pollutants hydrocarbons, carbon mon- oxide and oxides of nitrogen the devices reduce only the hydrocarbons and carbon mon- oxide, Mr. Yurko said in an interview. The third, oxides of nitrogen, could only be combatted by totally new engine designs or devices which reduced a car's mileage per gallon by more than 20 per cent. Oxides of nitrogen were the principal cause of the yellow- ish photochemical smog for which Los Angeles is famous. Mr. Yurko said Edmonton now experiences mild photo- chemical smog. In Calgary, this type of smog was more severe because there was less air movement above the city and more dust in the atmos- phere. A study done for the environ- 'Cough test' detects cancer ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) Nineteen cases of early lung cancer have been detected with a new "cough test" being tried at the Mayo Clinic, a research- er said Friday. Dr. Robert S. Fontana said the test results were encourag- ing evidence that lung cancer can be found early enough to be treated successfully. However, he cautioned that it is too soon to make definite Marriage ceremony reaffirmed MONTCLAIR. N.J. (AP) Rev. Philip Berrigan and Sister Elizabeth McAlister, Roman Catholic anti-war activists, have reaffirmed the marriage vows they made secretly in January, 1972, an associate said here. The marriage ceremony, in- cluding a Mass, was performed here in the home of the bride's mother, said Naomi Mayer, wife of Rev. Paul Mayer. Fa- ther Mayer, a former Ben- edictine monk, and Rev. Daniel Berrigan, Philip's brother, per- formed the ceremony. Sister Elizabeth is a former nun in the Order of the Sacred Heart, and Father Berrigan was a priest with the Society of St. Joseph in Baltimore. The head of the society, Msgr. Matthew J. O'Rourke, said that by marrying, Berrigan had "automatically terminated his service as priest in the ac- tive ministry of the church and severed his membership in the Josephite order. RELEASE STATEMENT Father Berrigau and Sister Elizabeth released a statement in which they said they first considered themselves married "in trust and gratitude" in the spring of 1969. Eighteen months later, the statement said, they held a marriage ceremony at the Dan- bury correctional centre, where Father Berrigan was serving a term for destruction of draft records. Father Berrigan spent three years in jail before his release last December. Acrobatic team crashes HOME (Reuter) _ One pilot was killed and another missing after two fighters from an Ital- ian air force acrobatic team crashed as they came into land at Pratica Di Mare airfield near here today. One of the planes exploded, killing the pilot instantly, and the other crashed into the sea south of here, police said. Want Nixon out MIAMI (Reuter) A narrow majority of Miami News read- ers who expressed their opin- ions by mail said President Nixon should resign because of the Watergate bugging scandal, the paper said Thursday. Of those who wrote, 578 said Nixon should quit and 554 said he should not. statements about the value of the cough test or a new x-ray technique which also revealed one case of lung cancer at an early stage. A major stumbling block in the treatment of lung cancer has been that it is almost never found before the patient has be- come ill. By then, there is little hope for recovery. Only nine per cent of all lung cancer pa- tients survive, Dr. Fontana said. He noted that 13 of the 20 men whose cases were detect- ed in the tests are doing well and "as far as we can tell" are free of cancer after lung surgery or radiation treat- ment. Fontana noted, however, that the men will have to remain free of the disease for five years to declared "cured." Among the seven men who couldn't be helped, two had se- vere emphysema that ruled out needed surgery, Fontana said. The others either had other complicating factors or had re- currence of cancer after sur- gery. Dr. Fontana said about patients have been checked at Mayo since the program fund- ed by grant from the National Cancer Institute started 18 months ago. The program is concentrating on men 45 or older who smoke a pack or more of cigarettes a day, making them likely lung canceer victims. ANALYSIS For the test, the man coughs up a sample of sputum into a bottle. The sputum then is anal- yzed for cancerous cells. The hope is that eventually all high risk persons may get periodic, inexpensive "cough tests" to catch lung cancer at an early treatment stage. "Our target is to try to find sputum tests and we hope could re- duce the death toll from lung cancer by 50 per Dr. Fon- tana said. Terrorist kills Tehran adviser TEHRAN (AP) A terrorist shot and killed an adviser to the United States military mission today as he was walking from his house to a street corner to be picked up by his driver. The American embassy said the victim was Lt.-Col. Lewis Hawkins, 42, of Plymouth, Ind. He had served in Iran since last July. Officials said the terrorist shot Hawkins two or three times in the head and fled on a motorcycle driven by another man. ment department shows that oxides cf nitrogen make up eight per cent of Edmonton's total air pollution. Car ex- hausts were responsible for 42 per cent of that and the dry's power plants caused another 45 per cent. Mr. Yurko, who has announc- ed a grant to the Al- berta motor association for a study of car exhaust pollution, says half of Edmonton's air pollution comes from cars. The AMA study involves test- ing of cars around the province by two mobile units equipped with instruments to measure hydrocarbons and carbon mon- oxide. The equipment does not measure oxides of nitrogen. A similar pilot study was done by the AMA last summer rad a study of exhaust pollu- tion in cold weather was mada in co operation with the feder- al government last winter. The winter study showed that. cold weather has a definite ad- verse effect on exhaust pollu- tants, AMA president Bernie Brown said. U of A appoints academics EDMONTON (CP) academic appointments at the University of Alberta were an- nounced Friday by the board of governors. Dr. W. D. Gainer, a professor in the department of econom- ics, will take over as acting as- sociate dean (social sciences) in the faculty of arts, for a year from Dr. Brian Evans, who is serving with the Canadian Em- bassy in Peking, China. Dr. C. W. Hobart has been appointed chairman of the de- partment of sociology in the faculty of arts. Dr. Hobart, who joined the staff of the univer- sity in 1962, has been acting chairman for the last year. A native of Swatow, China, he will serve as chairman from July 1, 1973 until June 30, 1975. Dr. T. A. Petersen, who has taught at the university since 1963, was appointed chairman of the department of agricul- tural economics and rural so- ciology. Dr. Petersen's appointment takes effect Sept. 1, 1974. He will serve a five-year term. Dr. C. E. Filipchuk has been named director of the division of fixed partial denture pros- thesis in the faculty of dentis- try. The division deals with crown and bridge work. Dr. Filipchuk, a native of Bonnyville, has been serving as acting director and his appoint- ment is effective July 1, 1973. DIAL BEFORE YOU DIG! CABLE LOCATION SERVICE WELL IN ADVANCE Dial "0" (Zero) and ask for Zenith 07128 (Toll Free) THANK YOU. 'BUY OF THE WEEK' ASTRO REALTY LTD. LIST WITH ASTRO REALTY LTD. AND YOUR PROPERTY WILL BE ADVERTIZED HERE. We try harder! JOHN PENNER 328-6523 ALICE HAHN 327-3708 VCRNA COUTTS 327-6697 DICK JOHNSON 327-0339 ;