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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBUC_NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE' ESTATE '01- JULIA FAURIK, late o! the Town ol Milk River, In Hie Province of Alburta, who died on the day o( April, A.D., 1970. TAKE NOTICE that ai! persons hav- ing clnlnis upon tlic c! iho above named must1 (Ma wllh unclersigncd solicitors by the 20lh day of July, 1V70, a lull statement ol their claims and of securities hold by thorn. RICE PRQWSE MACLEAN BABKI Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lethbrldge, Alfccrla, Solicitors for the Executor. Saturday, June 13, 1970 THE tCTHDRIDGE HERALD 23 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF BERTHA POZZEBON, Into of the Cily of Lclh- bricige, in the Province of Alberts, who died on !ho ISth day cf March, A.D. 1967. TAKE NOTICE that oil persons hav- ing claims upon ihc estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicllors by the 30lh day ol July, A.D. 1970, a full statement of their claims and ol securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 201 Canada Trust Building, Lethbridge, Alberto, Solicitors ior the Executor. e CarcL O Jkaiikl, BIRTHS STEER ZuMs End Jim Steer wish to announce the birth of a son, Warren James, 7 Ibs. 15 ozs. at Grace Hospital, Winni- peg. A brother for Michael. X1C71 MARSHALL Stan and Lor- clee (nee McKenzie) are pleased to announce the arrival of Jodi Michelle, a sister for their cho- sen son Kory Dale. 3049 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF ABRAMO POZZEBON, late 'of the City of Leih- bridge, in the province of Alberta, who died on the 21st day of February, A.D. 1P70. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must lile with the undersigned Solicitors by the 20th day of July, A.D. 1970, a full statement of their .claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 201 Canada Trust Building, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Executor. DEATHS BIG SORREL HOUSE Warren, beloved infant son of Peter and Bernadine Big Sor- rel Horse, passed away on Tuesday, June 9, 1970. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed by the Christcnsen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd. C8635 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF WALTER CHERNYK, late ol Vauxhall, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 19th day of April, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the urder- signed by the 13th day of July, A.D. 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WItLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors, 201 Canada Trust Building, Lelhbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executor. JJE NIELSEN Budd, passed away suddenly in Raymond on Thursday, June 11, 1970, at the age of three years, beloved son of Chris and Edna Nielsen of Raymond. Funeral arrange- ments mil be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., are charge of arrangements. C8636 MKRVYN Pased away in the city on Friday, June 12 1970, William, aged 89 years, o 3110 6th Ave. South, beloved husband of the late Mrs Gladys Mervyn. Funeral ar rangements will be announce! when completed. Martin .Bros Ltd Directors of Funeral Ser vice. C863 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN 'THE ESTATE OF ANNA WOL- BERT, late of the City of Lethbrldge, In the Province of Alberta, who died on the 21st day of November, A.D. TAKE NOTICE that ail persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must tile wllh the undersigned solicitors by the 15th day of July, 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. RICE, PROWSE, MACLEAN AND BABKI PALMER Passed away in the Belcher- Hospital, Calgary Sunday, June 7, 1970, George age T> beloved brother of Mrs C. H. Hogg, 636 14th St. S., City A veteran of two wars, he wa buried with full military hon ours in the Field of Honour Queen's Park Cemetery, Ca gary, Thursday, June 11, 1971 Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lethbridg, Alberta, Solicitors for the Executor. J32 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF EARL BURNS, of Barons, In the Province of Al- berta, who died on the 16tn day ot March, "1970. TAKE NOTICE fhat all. persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above rmmel must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 20th day of July, 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. RICE, PROWSE, MACtEAN AND BABKI Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Administratrix. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of HOWARD DODGE PERKINS, late of the City of Leth- brldqe, in the Province of Alberta, who died on Ihe 3rd day of March, A.D. 19JAKE NOTICE that nil persons hav- Inq claims upon ihc estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 15fh day of July, 1970 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by Ihem. RICE PROWSE MACLEAN BABKI Canadian Imperial Bank OF Commerce Building, Lellibridge, Alberta, Solicitors lor the Administrator. VELDMAN Passed awa in the city on Friday, June 1! 1970, following a lengthy ill ness, Albert, aged 73 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. An Veldman of Lethbridge. Bor in Holland in 1896, the late M Veldman moved to Raymon in 1953, and hi 1961 came I Lethbridge, where he has r sided until his passing. Beside his loving wife, Ann, he is su vived by five sons, Harm an Herman, both of Lethbridg Henk of Grande Prairie, Jor of Calgary and Constable Joh Veldman of Qastelgar, B.C one daughter, Mrs. H. (Hennj Veldman of Lethbridge; sev grandchildren; three sister Mrs. Griet Huisman, Mr Margrien Klos and Mrs. Jantie Wieten, all of Holland; thrr brothers, Bert and Harm, bo in Holland and John in Ontari The funeral service will held on Wednesday at 2: pm., in the Christian Refori ed Church, with Rev. Jol Vriend officiating, fnterme will follow in Archmoimt Mem- orial Gardens. Martin Bros. Lid., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C8638 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS tn the Estate of GLADYS PA5HKIWSKY, known as GLADYS (LECERIA) PASKUSKI, late 01 the City of Lelhbridge, in Ihc Pro- ince of Alberta, who died on the inn day of December, A.D. 1969. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the 15th day of July, 1970 a full statemenl of their claims and of securities held by them. RICE PROWSE MACLEAN BABKI Canadian Imperial Bant; of Commerce Building, Lelhbridge, Alberla, Solicitors lor Ihe Administrator. FUNERALS VANDER BEEK Funeral rvice for Lambert Vander eek who died June 8, 1970 was Id Wednesday June 9, at 2 m. in the Memorial Chapel, i 13th St. N.. with Rev. J. officiating. P a 1 Ibearers src Andrew Wecrstra, Roy ccrstra, Peter Bosker, Dick George Venhuis, Kob- t VanDellen. Interment fpl- wcd in Archmount Memorial ardcns. MIKLA Funeral service for oscph Mikla who died in Win- peg, June 3 was held Wcdircs- ay June 10 at 10 a.m. in St. asil's Catholic Church with ev. Father G. Marien cele- of Requiem Mass. Pall- earers were Bob Vair, Bob lackleford. Rudy DeBona, Vic- ir Clements, Steve Smetany, and Louis Makaruk. Inter- icnt followed in Mount Cal- ary section of Mountain View ercetery. DAFOE Funeral service or George Lloyd Dafoe who ied in Lethbridge Monday une 8, 1070 was held Thurs- ay, June 11 in the Memorial Jhapel 703 13th St. N. with Rev. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pall- earers were D. R. Johnson, I. L. Hausauer, J. H. Carpen- er, Dr. R. D. Grigg, and .Dr. G. E. Swailes. Interment follcw- d in Mountain View Ceme- ery. CARDS OF THANKS SZABO We wish to thank all those who stopped by our rome to express their congratul- ations and everyone for tiie many lovely cards and presents received in the occasion of cur Golden Wedding Anniversary The thoughtfulness of so many tiends shall always be cher- islred. and Mrs. Steve Szabo Milk Hirer, Alta. 3068 LETH We would like to thank the doctors of Lethbridge and Calgary, and tiie staff o' the Foothills Hospital fer thei care and help during Arnold' illness. Also we'd like to thanl Roger Hopwood of the Taber R.C.M.P. and all our friendf for their thoughtfulness. We sin corely appreciate everyone' concern. and Barbara, Cam eron, Duanne and Darby. 304 KRAUSHER We wish to ex press our sincere thanks to th doctors and staff of the Leth bridge Municipal Hospital am St. Michael's Hospital; to th pallbearers, Wilson Wiat ant McNalley Clubs. Also a spec i'al thanks to our many friend and relatives for the cards flowers, expressions of sympi thy and food and to all thos who helped in any way durin her long years of illness an our bereavement. Krausher and famil of Wilson Siding. 305 IN MEMORIAMS BALDHEY In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Mary Baldrey, who passed away June 13, 1965. It's been five years ago today Since she was called so far away, The tears flow now as they did then, And the pain in our hearts still to no end. missed and lorevei loved by daughter, Joan, Dave, Wendy and Kim Carmichael. 3093 Government Fails To Obtain Praise HALIFAX (CP) The Pres- b y t e i i a n general assembly refused Friday lo commend the federal government for its pol- icy of restraining inflation. A motion fi'om the board of evangelism and social action to commend the government for its policy was tabled after it was argued the policy was de- batable. However, the government was commended for seeking im- provement in the Canadian wel- fare system. It was suggested that welfare support he ex- tended to the emotionally dis- turbed, mentally incompetent and those unemployable lie- cause of physical handicaps. Referring" to drug addiction, Pay Hike For Newspaper Strike Ends LONDON (Reuters) Lon- don's evening newspapers reap- peared today, the first major papers to come out since a three-day newspaper strike was settled earlier in the day. MORRIS ory of In loving mem- dear mother and NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Eslale of WESLEY GORDON SMITH, late of the Town of Taber, in the Province of Alberla, Retired Agron- omist, who died on the 20th day of April, 1970. TAKK NOTICE that ail persons hav- Inn cla'ims upon the estate of the above named must file with Hie under- signed solicitors by the 13th day ol Iiilv A D 1970 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. MOSCOVICH, MOSCOVICH, SPANOS AND MATISZ 1 Oliver Block, Lethbrldge, Alberta. (Solicitors for ttie Executor, THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY) NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the estate ol JOHN MACRAE, late of the City ol Lethbridge, Alberta who died on Ihe 3rd tlav Ol April, 1970, TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- Inn f lairnij upon th? estate 01 'n? "nbmJ" named must flic with THE UNDERSIGNED by tho 18th day of imv 1970, ,1 lull statement ol their claims and of sea.rilies held by them. PUBLIC TRUSTEE Administrator ol the estate of John MacRae, Deceased. IM Chancery Hell, 3 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonlon, Alberta. GAETZ Thursday, June 11, 1970, in the Etzikom district, Pius Msthias Gaetz, aged 41 years, cf Etzikom, dear brother of John and Ralph of Calgary, George and Lawrence of Etzi- kom. Mrs, J. A. (Magdalena) Lyczewskl of Bow Island, Mrs. W. (Rose Mary) Anderson of Calgary, Mrs. J. (Bernadette) Mastel of Maleb, Alta., Mrs. G. (Katherine) Theilin of Milk- River, Alta; also surviving are IG nieces; 16 nep'news nine great nieces and nenhews and his step mother Mrs. Philli- pina Gaetz of Medicine Hat. Mr. Gaetz was predeceased by his parents and two brothers, Josenh and Mathew. Born in Faith, Alta. July 11. 1928. he received Ms education there and farmed there until his sud- den passing. He was a member of the Foremost BPOE. Father L. Bagnall will cele- bra'e Requiem High Mass on Monday morning at 11 o'clock in St. Patrick's Church, Medi- cine Hat. Interment in the Catholic section, Hillside Ceme- tery. Friends and parishioners are asked to meet for prayers on Sunday evening at Patti- son's "Chapel on the Corner" at 7 o'clock. Arrangements by the Pattison Funeral Home, Medi- cine Hat. C8634 Exports Show Rise OTTAWA (CP) Export rose sharply again last month bring the total for the first fi months of 1970 to from in the sair period last year. A gain of 12.5 per cent wa recorded in May alone, when r ports rose to fro Exports for t ive-month period were up 15 )er cent. These figures record Canada export activity before the go crnment let the international e change value of the dollar flo ree to find its own mark 'alue. Prior to June 1, the doll was kept one per cent 92.5 cents in U.S. funds, and t higher value now prevail! makes Canadian exports mo easily to foreign buyers. grandmother, who passed away June 13, 1967, and a dear bro- ther, Eldon Le Roy Morris, who passed away June 15, 1962. Those we love go cut of sight, But never out of mind, For they are cherished in the hearts, Of those they left behind. remembered by Marjorie, Francis, Wavne, Leona, Marion and Don- ald and families. 3051 HLAVEK In loving y of a dear wife, Nettie avek, who passed away June 1908. So many things have happen- ed, Since you were called away. So many things to share with you, Had you been left to stay. So many times I needed you, And so many times I cried; If love could have saved you, You never would have died. It broke my heart to lose you, But you did not go alone. For part of me went with you, The day God called you hame. remembered by husband Sam. 3070 HLAVEK In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- na, Nettie Hlavck, who pas- -ed away June 13, 1968. Memory lane is a lovely lane, Where thoughts are tender and true, Again and again, we travel that lane, Because it leads to you. To us you were someone precious, Someone set apart, Your memory is mir keep- sake, From which we'll never part. As time goes by, memories stay, As near and dear as yester- day. Unseen, unheard, you're al- ways near, So loved, so missed, and so very dear. But God will mend that broken chain, When one by one we'll meet again. remembered b y Lydia, Wayne and grand- children. 30S3 ROMBOUGH In loving memory of a dear mother, who passed away June 14, 1969. A year has passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you not stay, A million words cannot ex- Benson Unruffled By Demonstration %J: CANADA 2000 PHOTOS TORONTO (CP) Canadian business and its executives pre- dict answers to the question: "Where will Canada be in the year in a photographic exhibit by Gaby Dcsmarais, onened in UK. Toronto-Dominion Centre in June. Predictions in- clude Montreal-Tokyo air flighls in 45 minutes time. PENTICTON (CP) About 250 union demonstrators Friday night accused Finance Minister Edgar Benson of being out of touch with the economic facts of life as he arrived here to speak on his White Paper taxa- tion proposals. Ths protest o r s, carrying signs in front of the secondary school seasn ?d with DDT. Mr. Benson spent about five minutes arguing protes- where Mr. Benson s spoke, told him he should be ashamed to visit this Okanagan resort community. "I'm not at all said the minister, apparently unruffled. "I am one of the working class and I am prepared to get in touch." The demonstrators carried placards inviting Mr. Benson to vote liberal for unemployment and have some Okanagan trout tors, organized by the Canadian union of public employees which has been on strike here against the city for a week. Earlier, the minister told 500 persons in the Fraser Valley community of Chilliwack that the proposed for taxation "evaluation day" of assets may for most Cana- and press, Our heartache, sadness loneliness, remembered and sadly missed by Pat and Ed. 3052 Marijuana Resolution Defeated SASKATOON (CP) A res- olution advocating removal of marijuana possession from the jurisdiction of the Narcotic Act was defeated by the second gener'al convention of the Evan- gelical Lutheran Church of Can- ada. The convention also defeated three other resolutions dealing with drugs: That the church inform its members and the commun i t y about the causes of drug use and drug addiction. G That it develop programs to strengthen family and per- sonal life "as a bulwark against the harmful use of and work up directives that would reveal the cause of drug usage. 9 That scholarship funds be made available for persons interested in working in the treatment of drug addicts. The convention approved, however, a resolution calling upon all families of the church "to commit themselves to the building of closer family rela- tionships as the most positive step in combating the threat of the destructive use of drugs." All resolutions were sponsor- ed by the church's division of social service. never come dians. "The great many Canadians who own average homes and other small holdings have noth- 25-per-cent ing to fear about the evaluation of assets he said. "Our aim is to catch up .with the speculator developer who might make a fast quarter of a million on a land deal through re zoning and re sale. "Under the White Paper, there would be a tax only if a farm were sold for cash and not kept fa the family." Mr. Benson made it clear he envisages "some sort of capital gains but said it would not be patterned after the one used in the United States. "Under the U.S. system those who really make a big killing don't pay a penny of capital gains because they put the profit into a trust fund that passes from generation to gen- the minister said. Mr. Benson said he toped enough Canadians are convinc- ed he will reduce income .tax rates over the first five years of tax reforms so he can get down to "straightening out the among them the expansion of small businesses "I can't see why some large corporations should pay at a lower tax rate in certain levels of their fea said. "There are probably more efficient ways through our tax After 36 hours of talks, pub- lishers and production unions settled for an average 10-per- cent wage increase for workers in the London-based in- dustry. The agreement also held out the hope of a new deal which could end inter-union rivalry that has plagued the industry since the last Fleet Street shut' down 15 years ago. The national newspapers have dwindled in numbers since the 1555 stoppage, which lasted 2C days. There had been fears thai a further prolonged strike woulc kill off the economically weaker of Britain's prestige news- papers. AGREEMENT COSTLY Don Ryder, chairman of the Reed Group, publishers of The Daily Mirror, Britain's larges daily, said he thought the agree merit would cost the industry more than The strike began Tuesday night after publishers rejected a icv. Alex Caklcr of Pclerlwr- nigli. Out., requested a theologi- cal .study of tiie significance of nig use and abuse. The asscm- ;ly supported the request. The federal government was iskcd to make arrangements or further consultation with all ntcrestcd parties regarding ;ovemmcnt policy towards Ca- nadian Indians. Stephen Robinson of Kenora, Ont., said if the government's white paper had come to the In- dians 10 years ago, there would lave been no "red paper" in reply because the Indians would not have spoken back at that lime. WANT UNDERSTANDING "We are asking the govern- ment to go easy, to listen to In- dians and understand Mr. Robinson said. "We want Indians as part of the mosaic of Canadian society and not simply swept away into a melting pot." Mr. Robinson is the director of a fellowship centre main- tained by the Presbyterian church in Kenora. A "team for youth" was au- thorized Friday. It will be set up by a special ministry com- mittee and at first will comprise one field worker in the Atlantic provinces, one in Western Can- ada and a national co-ordinator. The youth team will work with local groups in areas of Christian concern that interest these groups. It will respond to increase de- "o- mand by the major production mion. the Society of Allied and Graphical Trades. The union said management's offer of five er cent wss "derisory." Alarmed by the impact of a press blackout as Britain's voters prepared to choose a new government Juno .8, Prime Minister Wilson inter- vened. He brought both sides to- be failed to prevent the and stepped in again Friday before the final agreement. The settlement means an av- erage a week raise for the lower-paid production work- congregational requests to prov- ide and train potential youth leaders. The proposal came originally from 16 young adult observers who for the second time were invited to the general assembly. James Cunningham of Rocky Mountain House, Alta., said the church must soon provide for young people as assembly com- missioners, with the full right to speak and vote, if it wants to make progress in its youth rela- tionships. ers, now earning a basic (550) a week, and a week for higher-paid workers. The new contract between the printers and publishers is for one year, effective July 1. Hie agreement also gives the printers an extra week's holiday with pay-making a total of four weeks a year in addition to six statutory holidays. Horses Killed Iii Stable Fire TROIS-HIVIERES, Que. (CP) Damage was estimated at in a fire at a harness racetrack here Friday night. The fire destroyed eight stables and killed 60 horses. One fireman suffered second- degree burns to his face while fighting the blaze which started in a stable and quickly spread through adjacent buildings. system to help small businesses accumulate capital without pro- riding loopholes for those who don't need help. "People don't want sacred cows in want to see everyone covered by a fair lax (France) PinyU, INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Washington David A. Pine, 78, retired District Court judge who once ruled that President Harry S. Truman acted uncon- stitutiondly when Ire seized steel mills when a strike threat- ened defence production. Jerusalem Israel Barzilai, 57, Israeli minister without port- folio, of a heart attack. New York Gerald Miller, CBS reporter-producer, whose body was reported found in a grave near Iran Knar, south- west of Plrcom Penh, where he and two other reporters were ambushed May 30. Two Found Guilty On Bookie Charges CALGARY (CP) Ken- neth Williams. 34, of Edmon- ton and William Adams, 32, Friday were found guilty of operating an off-track betting shop. Williams was fined or two months, and Adams was fined or one month. The men were arrested at a city office where Williams had set up two firms, K and W Enterprises to accept money from bettors who wanted tickets purchased at Edmonton's Northlands Park, and Perry Discounts for cashing tickets. K and W made no charge for its service while the Per- ry firm charged 50 cents for cashing each ticket presented to it. Magistrate Fred Thurgood said their office for the sale and cashing of pari-mutuel was "just a scheme to get around the law." Tourists Won't See Many Bears CALGARY (CP) Tradition- al but unsavory tourist stops n Banff and Jasper National Parks have been eliminated, a move that will make bears hard- er to find. For many years, visitors to Banff and Jasper could almost je assured of seeing bears at townsite garbage dumps. But the risk of humans being mauled worried parks officers ard in the interests of safety and sanitation they decided to close open garbage dumps. Ron Malis, acting western re- gion parks director, announced today that towrsite and camp- ing area garbage now is being trucked to landfill sites and covered with earth. The sites are surrounded by lieavy gauge, bear-proof fences to further discourage bears and other wildlife from foraging in the garbage area. In a rclctcd move, hikers and climbers will be supplied with plastic bags in which to trans- port garbage to the point of origin when returning from the wilderness. The litter bags are available free of charge at all registra- tion points, information kiosks and angling licence outlets. Effective Monday, June 15th AS AN ADDED CONVENIENCE TO ALL LETHBRIDGE HERALD SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS THE HERALD'S WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL P.M. WEEKDAYS MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS emd UNTIL 1 P.M. SATURDAYS For Classified and Display Advertising and Circulation Enquiries, Please Call 328-441 1 (Connecting All Herald Department's) HERAID OFFICE ClOSING HOURS REMAIN UNCHANGED AT 5 P.M. WEEKDAYS AND 12 NOON SATURDAYS fiie Herald ;