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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HWAID Saturday, 9, 1973 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE no longer be responsible for any debts Incurred by her. Signed Michael Bloudoff 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 of the named must file with the under- signed by the 9th day of July, 1973, a full statement of their claims and of jecuritles held by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 310 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors J8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND- CLAIMANTS IN TE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF CATHERINE BRATHAMER, lale of the City of Lethbridge, 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 July, 1973, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. RICE, MACLEAN, BABKI AND EVANS 903 3rd Avenue South, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Executrix NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT Or LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF JAMES MlKLOS late of the Hamlet of Shaugnessy, in Province of Alberta, Retired Miner, who died on the 4th day of April, A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate cf the above named must file with Wessrs. MOSCOVICH SPANOS AND MATISZ securities held by them. MOSCOVICH, SPANOS AND MATISZ (Solicitors for the Executrix) 41i 7th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta MEXICAN HILTON ACAPULCO, Mexico (AP) A Mexican company took ovei the Acapulco Hilton Thursdaj after the hotel's 10-year leas expired. Canadian Pacific Ho tels was reported planning teloved husWid end father, tzidor Randa. We deeply ap- reciate the thoughtful cards, 'lowers, Mass cards and food. >ur special thanks to the at- :ending doctor and the staff of ;he Lethbridge Municipal Hos- >ital Emergency Department for heir consideration and kindness. Annie Randa and families. 4114 Canadian Legion Branch No. 41, Civil Service Association, Branch No. 15 and Claresholm United Church. Services at Ilareshohn United C h u rch, Monday, p.m. with Rev. Richard Hanson officiating. In- Claresholm Cemetery. LEYDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Claresholm Branch, Di- rectors of Services. YOUNGBERG Clara, beloved wife of the late George Youngberg of Bellevue, passed away at the Crows- nest Pass Hospital, Friday, :une 8, 1973 at the age of G2 years. She was born in Ju'Appelle, Saskatchewan, on November 28, 1890 and came west to Bellevue in 1928 and has resided here since. Mrs. Youngberg was predeceased by her husband, George in July, 1955; three brothers and wo sisters. Survivors include sons, Doug of Calgary, Gordon of Nanaimo, B.C.; two daughters, Mrs. J. (Jean) Pozzi, Mrs. J. (Shirley) Hurtak both of Bellavue; 29 grandchil- dren, 20 great grandchildren and one brother, Charles New- ton of Hardieville, Alberta. Fu- neral service will be held in Jdlevue United Church on Monday, June 11 at 2 p.m., with Rev. Bob Smith officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the family plot, Hillerest Cem- etery (Masonic FAN- TIN CHAPELS LTD. is in charge. C9946 ZEMEK Friends and rela- tives learned with sorrow of the passing of George (Spud) Zemek of Tacoma, Wash., at the age 61 years. Spud was a native son of the Crowsnest Pass, having been born and raised at Frank. He had resid- ed at Tacoma for more than 40 years. In his younger years, George played hockey i'n Can- ada and later played and pro- moted hockey in the Unibsd States. He served with the United States Army Engineers in the invasions of Saipan, Guam and Okinawa in the Theatre during the Second World War. Spud was laid to rest at Tacoma, Wash, on D Day June 6, 1973. His passing left a lonlier world and an empty spot in the hearts of all those who knew him. Dedicated to Spud by comrades, friends and loved ones, is an excerpt from the marines epitaph on Tafawa atoll, "When we with loving hands laid back the earth that was for moments short to couch they form, we did not bid a last wid sad farewell, but only, rest ye well. They then with this humble heartfelt epi- taph that pays thy many vir- tues sad aclaim, we marked this spot and murmuring re- quiem moved on to westward." 4181 SVANES We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to our relatives and friends for the lovely floral xibutes, donations to the Heart and Cancer funds, cards and letters and to those who assisted in so many ways dur- ing our recent bereavement. Special thanks to the pallbear- ers, honorary pallbearers, Mar- tin Bros, and to Rev. R. Elliott "or his comforting service. To all the ladies who prepared and served the lunch at the iiouse. We are deeply grate- ful. We also thank the Hunt Clinic, and the staff of St. Mi- chael's hospital for their kind- ness and consideration. Your thoughtfumess and kindness will always be remembered and ap- preciated. C9948A FUNERALS COOK Funeral service for Mabel Irene Cook, who died June 4, 1973, was held at pm. Wednesday, June in Christ Church Fort Macleod, with Rev. A. McCuaig officiating. Interment was in the Union Cemetery. Pallbearers were Harry Bed- ingfield, Allan and Don McNeil, George Milley, Arle and Eu- gene Phillips. TJnterment was in the Union Cemetery, Fort Macleod. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd.. Fort Macleod, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. COFELL Funeral service for Ronald Cofell, who died June 2, 1973, held in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Fort Macleod, at p.m. Tuesday, June 5, 1973, with Rev Gordon Haynes officiating, assisted by Rev. E. R- Doyle. Honorary pallbearers were Glen and Victor Barr and Art Kyllo. Pallbearers were Dean Cofell, BUI Hutton, Pat Schnaar and George Stockton. Eden's Fun- eral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. BRUISED HEAD Funeral service for Pete Bruised Head, who died June 5, 1973, ai the age of 76 years, was held at a.m. Friday, June 8, 1973, in St Catherine's Roman Cath- Church, Standoff, with olic Rev J. Honorary Regnier officiating. pallbearers were Chester, Everette, Joseph, bert and Regis Bruised Head and Peter Bruised Head, Jr. Pallbearers were George and Jack Manybears, Ed Calfrobe, Ed Little Bsar, Bill Heavy Runner and Pat Eaglechild. In- terment was in the Standoff Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Hame Ltd., Fort Macleoa, Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS THE WRITING ON STONE RIDING ASSOCIATION wish- es to thank all those people who helped with the rodeo, par- ade and dance at Writing on Stone June 2nd and 3rd. 4060-9 SERA I would like to thank the doctors cf the Haig Clinic, the nurses of the Fourth Floor, Rev. Hankinson for their also like to thank the Federation Group, the Wylie Group, rela- CALLS IT MISNOMER tives, friends and neighbors for will always be remembered. Steve Sera. IN MEMORIAMS NELSON In loving mem- ory of a dear dad and grand- pa, Irvine Nelson who passed away June 10, 1965. Reece and girls. 4176 TOTH In loving memory of a dear sister and aunt, Har- lene, who passed away June 9, 1S68. missed and so very often thought of; Den, Melba, Glenn, Dean, Rhonda Gay and Cam 4112 ROOT To a dear nephew and cousin, Monty Wayne, who passed away June 8, 1971. Those who think that you are gone Because your face no more they see Are wrong For in our hearts you live And always will in mem- memory remembered by Shirley, Joe'line, Jody and Todd. 4175 No serious gas shortage in Montana HELENA, Mont. (AP) A Montana state official says it appears the price of gasoline in the state will not increase significantly in the near future. Dick Disney, administrator of the department of business reg- ulation's centralized services division, says petroleum pro- ducers do not anticipate any increase in the carload price of gasoline supplied to retail- ers. Disney said every refinery is reported to be operating at full capacity. He also said some dealers may be feeling a pinch in getting all the gasoline they want, but there is no serious shortage of fuel in Montana. Sword stolen PHILADELPfflA (AP) Po- lice are looking for Ben Frank- lin's sword, stolen from a mu- seum. The 42-inch, three-bladed sword and sheath were missing Institute TOTH In loving memory of a dear daughter and sister, Hsrlene Dolores, who passed away June 9, 1988. Memories are treasures no one can steal, Death leaves a heartache no one can heal; No longer with us our lives to share, Still in our hearts you are always there. remembered and sadly missed by your dad, brothers Den and Jerry Kjeldgaaird and families. 4113 Armed services day observed Armed Forces day within the forces about the ef when Canadians are asked to i'ects of integration, ranging for salute men and women serving loss of identity to slowness of from when the the Franklin museum opened yesterday. The combination piece has nsver been valued. Franklin wore the sword when attending the Court of France in the 1800s. -The SVANES FAMILY 4174 HLEUCKA (HLEVVK01 We would like to express our sincere thanks to all our friends and neighbours who helped in any way during the recent be- reavement of our dear mother and grandmother, Mrs. E. Elewko. We would especially like to thank the nurses and staff at Southland Nursing Home for their care and kind- ness, to her doctors, Martin Bros, and Rev. A. T. King for his comforting prayers. To the ladies of the United Ukranian Canadian Woman a thamk-you for preparing the lovely tradi- tional meal after the funeral, to Mrs. Lorna Burrows who prepared and served lunch to the family after prayers and to all those who sent flowers, mass cards, sympathy cards and food to our homes. Hleucka family. 4149 Find body in Manitoba BERENS RIVER, Man. (CP) RCMP Friday recovered the body of the pilot of a helicopter that disappeared last Nov. 3 in northern Manitoba with three passengers aboard. The body of Adolphe Gieb- manns. 37, of Winnipeg, was found 13 miles north of Berens River by Aero Trades Helicop- ters, owners of the missing heli- copter. The search for the other three men continues. The helicopter disappeared while on a flight sent to pick up ballot boxes from the federal election last Oct. 30. The body of Mr. Giebmanns was found on the shore of Lake Winnipeg, 175 miles north of Winnipeg. The helicopter had been on a filght from Thompson to Winnipeg when it dis- appeared. men still missing are Gary Walsh, 32, Dr. Ian Fraser, 23, and Nathan Kryger, 22, ali of Thompson. Energy studies available soon OTTAWA (CP) Govern- ment studies on the national energy situation should be available for public scrutiny "within a matter of Energy Minister Donald Macdo- nald told the Commons Friday. He renewed his promise to bring out the studies, which have been plagued with trans- lation and printing problems, in the face of renewed opposition pressure for a declared position on a national energy policy by the government. The attack was started by Sinclair Stevens (PC-York- He said Ontario and Alberta already have drawn up provincial energy policies and asked when the federal govern- ment would follow suit. Mr. Macdonald said the gov- ernment does not intend to ap- proach the rally" and matter "unilate- feels discussions with the provinces would help in forming a national policy. In response to Eldon Wool- liams Calgary he said the studies will provide a means "of laying the facts be- fore the Canadian people" on the several separate energy pol- icies that now exist. "The real question is, should one of the policies be changed." Later, a spokesman for Mr. th' Macdon'ald said the studies be available "by the end of the month. The term "national energy flowers, cards, food, gifts and policy" is a misnomer, he said, phone calls. Your thoughtfulness The studies would include a historical account of energy conditions and policies in Can- 4115 ada, the situation as it stands now and forecasts for the fu- ture. A federal-provincial confer- ence on energy is being consid- ered, he said, possibly in the fall. "National energy policies have been in effect in all areas for many Mr. Macdo- nald told Mr. Woolliams, "with regard, for example, to east- ward gas, transmission of westward natural trans- mission of natural gas. transmission of oil, ownership and control of the uranium in- dustry and export or non-export of electricity." Mr. Woolliams said the minis- ter does not appreciate "the ur- gency of need" for a national policy. Outside the Commons he said there should be one "na- tional everview" governing pol- icies on different commodities. Mr. Stevens told reprters it is "absolutely startling, leaderless and completely un- fortunate" that no national energy policy exists. Mr. Woolliams called for a "clear-cut statement by the minister" to prevent the U.S. from going ahead with a pro- posed Alaska oil-tanker route. The route would bring tankers down the British Columbia coast and impose the threat of oil spills drifting into Canadian waters. Mr. Macdonald repeated the government's preference for a Mackenzie Valley oil route to carry oil to the U.S. "But I do not think we are really in the position to direct the United States as to how it should dispose of its resources within its Pattern OTTAWA (CP) Today is from Vietnam to Alert, N.W.T. and from Afghanistan and Cyprus to Cold Lake, Alta., and Bagotville, Que. No great fuss is being made about the com- bined force, unique in the world, although there will be some activities at Canadian Forces bases. Prime Minister der whose regime the newly combined services had their combined size and budget re- duced a mes- sage of congratulation. He said: "On Armed Forces Day, I join with citizens across Canada in paying tribute to the men and women in uniform who serve our country at home and around the world. They have dene much to create goodwill towards Canada from the world community." 'Similar messages were sent by Gen. J. A. Dsxtraze, chief cf the defence staff who to create a new esprit de corps to replace that of the now-defunct three services, and Defence Minister James Richardson. SCARS HEALING The forces are in the sixth year as a unified service with air, land and sea arms rather than army, navy and air force and the scars of intagration are almost healed. Palter a 7436 Play the pretty peasant in a tie shoulder sundress and matching headscarf! Very easy to sew and very, very charm- ing in bud-bright prints. Printed Pattern 4620: Teen Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16. Size 12 (bust dress, scarf 3 yards 35-inch fabric. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS 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 send it to The Herald. Fasnion's favori.es vest over skirts and pants JIFFY trio! Crochet snazzy vest, scarf, hat in fluffy puff stitch using knitting worsted, No. 8 plastic hook. Pattern 7426: scarf, vest. Sizes 10-16 incl. Cap S, M, L incl. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly NUMBER, NAME, PATTERN ADDRESS. crammed with knit, styles, crafts. 150 FREE directions. 75 Totally New 1973 Needlecraft Catalog crochet designs, cents. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD GO Progress Ave. Scarborough, Ont. MIT 4P7 Complaints still can be beard promotion. But the official view of the forces is that they have ssttled comfortably into unification. There is some discomfort in military circles about the size of the forces and the size and nature of international com- mitments. Canada reduced its NATO force to from three years ago. The armed force population of was reached last year and authorities say that it can go no lower without impairing its efficiency. When observers were sent to Vietnam, it was diificult to find bodies to do their jobs in Canada. WAS IN '62 The size compares with a peace-time high of in 1962, a bw of in 1948, a wartime high of in 1944 and a figure of 50 years ago. When Canada joined the Second World War it had almost in uni- form. Canada is unique in unifying the three services, an action it started in 1964 under the then defence minister, Paul Hellyer. The three services became one officially in 1968. Under the- various ministers since Mr. Hellyer and under Mr. Trudeau the image of the force has changed. In the Pear- son days the force was looked as a prune source of peacekeeping matErial in the world. But as Canada became dis- enchanted with thankless and luckless peacekeeping roles, the role of the forces became more nationalistic. Now the forces are talked of mostly as protectors of sover- eignty, their No. 1 priority along with Canadian security. Meanwhile, the forces iiave suffered from serious con- straints in keeping up with changes in the world of facil- ities and weaponry because 01 a threa-year budget freeze Hiat ended in the last fiscal year. For the next few years they will be spending millions of dol- lars replacing outmoded 'and worn-out equipment as they seek to regain a position of being a small, but completely modern and efficient force. ASTRO RiAlTY LTD. WESTMINSTER MALL MR. DICK JOHNSON Mr. Dick Johnson was winner of the Astro Realty May sales contest. Dick re- ceived the largest number of listings and also the largest sales volume during the month. Call Dick at 327-0339 if you are considering selling or purchasing property. 'BUY OF THE WEEK' ASTRO REALTY LTD. 328-7748 Attractive 2 bedroom bungalow, only 12 old, wall to wall carpet throughout, wparate dining room, partial basement development, patio in freshly painted. TO VIEW CAtt JOHN PENNER 328-6523 ALICE HAHN 327-3708 (ON HOLIDAYS) VERNA COmS 327-6697 DICK JOHNSON 327-0339 ;