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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC Births, Death I Cards Of 1 In Men BIRTH liEATON Bob and Marilyn wish to announce the birth of their son, Neil Robert, (8 Ibs., 10 oz.) in Municipal Hospital, Wednesday, June 14, 1972. A brother for Karen and Melanie. Insured. Funerals, Thanks, f Vl loriams DEATH MAKTENS Passed away in the city on Sunday, June 18, 1972, Sean Michael Martens, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Ir-vin G. Martens. Besides his loving parents he is survived by one sister, Yvonne at home and his grandparents, Mr. ant Mrs. I. Jensen of Kipp and Mrs Eva Martens of Taber. The fu neral service will be held 01 Wednesday at p.m. in Mar tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP EL, 703 13th Street North, with Rev. K. Morris, officiating. In terment will follow in Arch mount Memorial Gardens Friends may pay their respect tt Martin Bros. Memoria Chapel, 703 13th Street North phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser vice. proposed by doctors EDMONTON (CP) A foun-lation which would support drug and alcoholism research and education has been pro posed by Hie Alberta Medical Association. Dr. C. J. Varvis of Edition-.on, president of the association, si ad today the foundation would collect and manage donated funds for a' program which would be led by an ex-perl of 'worl'd-wide reputa tion." s 'In order to provide such fi nancial support, we have asked our committee to investigate the establishment of a founda tion on alcoholism and drug abuse." corgo Strachan, special con sultant on alcholism to the at lorney-general, said about 000 would be needed t oget th program, EDMONTON (CP) The Federation of Labor to-ay called for a provincial min-mum wage of an hour, ncreased vacation pay and a holier work week. The recommendations arc in a brief presented to a board of ndustrial relations public In calling for the minimum wage to be increased from its current an hour, the federation said that welfare benefits for a family of four work i are is more profitable than ov ;oing to the brief 1 asked. va The federation said there ho should be no exemptions from fo .he minimum wage'. The mini- pe mum for students working part- F( time now is 85 cents an hour and for inexperienced workers in the garment industry an hour. "To give an employer the authority to exploit our young rc people to this extent should be e Canada Trust Building Lethbrldge, Alberla Solicitors lor the Executors Hugh Royal Sturlevant and Verdefl than the yearly income of a man working at the minimum wage. "Can we afford to maintain a system where receiving GAMMON Passed away in the city on Sunday, June 18, 1972, Mr. Robert Gammon at the age of 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ann Gammon, of 1407 3rd Ave. South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C26M LORENCZ Frank, passed away in the city on Friday, June IGth, 1972, at the age NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBR1DGE In the Ellale ol FRANK E. ALLEN. lale of 1hc Town of Magralh, in the Province cf Alberla, who died en Ihe lEIh day of February, A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE Iliat all persons having claims upon Ihe estate cf the above named must file with 1he undersigned Solicitors by the 19th day of July, A.D., 1972 a full statement cf 1herr claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON of regular pay, including offers new bond issue OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ve-ycar bond which will Monday, Ju.ia 19, 1972 THE LETHBRIDCE HERAIO 17 overtime, after, one year. H proposed Ihrce weeks acation after three years, with holiday pay at 714 per cent and four weeks after 10 years at 10 per cent. FOUR-DAY WEEK The federation called for a four-clay work week with a aximum work day of eight tours. We believe thai tills Is a realistic objective which will he established through collective agreements and eventually be recognized by the province gen- erally." Meanwhile, the brief said, a maximum 40-hour week should be implemented for every em- ployee, with time-and-a-half overtime paid after eight hours Instead of nine, and double time after 12 hours. The federation called for an end to split shifts, which "ex- tend the work day and create nothing but hardship and dis- advantage to the employees and their families.11 Commenting on a trend to- wards a shorter .work week with longer working days, tha federation said it does not "ad- vocate tlie compression of the number of days in the week If it only has the effect of length- ening the work day." 201 Canada Trus! Building Lerhbrlctge. Liberia Solicitors tor Ihe Execufor, The Canada Trusl Company. lit NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS En Ihe Surrogate Court of Southern Al- berta, Judicial Dislrlcf of Lelhbrldge. In Ihe Eslale of JOHN STEFANYK, (olhemise known as JOHN STEFAN- lale el 1he CHy of Ldhbrldgc, Alberta, who died on Ihe 23rd day of April, 1972. Take notice that all per< having _____ upon fhe Hstafe of I he above named must (lie Ihe Public Trustee by Ihe 9Jh day of July, 1972, a full sratemcnl ol Iheir claims and of securities held by them. L.G. G. BREEZE Assistant Public Trustee, 201 John J. Building, 71 h Avenue S. W., Calgary, Alberr. T2P OY8 J62 Mrs. Barbara Lorencz of 626 9th St. S. Requiem Mass will be said in St. Patricks Catholic Church on Tuesday, June 20 at 10 a.m., with Father M. Giltis as celebrant. Interment will fol- low in the Mount Calvary Cem- etery. Prayers will be said in the Christenseii Chapel on Mon- day, Juno IStli at 7 p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C2641 DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS For: CCTislructlon d 1? New Residences Morley Indian Reserve Disfrict rndex No. 95 AND. Repairs, Renovations 2d ExlsNng Homes Morlcy Indian Reserve District Index No. 90 Seared tender, marked To con- lent, addressed to Stoney Housing Society of Morley, Tn care of Indian Affairs and Nnrthern Development, 401 Customs Calgary, Alber- ta, T3S OX5, will be received irp to: TIME: a.m. (M.D.5.T.) DATE: July S, 1972 Tender documents can be obtained: By General only on de- posit of S25-OQ In Ihe form of a CERTIFIED CHEQUE, payable to THE RECEIVER GENERAL OF CAN- ADA, from Dept. of fndlan Affairs and northern Development, 401 Cus- toms Building, Calgary, Afbtrta, TIG 0X5. Examined: Calgary Consh-iretloo Association 5STO Sth Avrnue H.W. Calgary tl, Alberta Telephone: 233-5555 Lowest or any tender noJ necessar- ily aceepred. MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF CARDSTON NO. 6 Notice Is hereby given that, under the provisions cf The Tax Recovery Act, the Municipal Dlsfrkt or CardsTcn No, 6, will offer for sale by public auction In the office of Ihe munici- pal district of Cardsfon No. 4, at Card- stcn, Alberta, on Frfday, June 3D, 1972 af Ihe hours from 11 to 12 o'clock In the forenoon, the fellow ing lands: Pt- of Sec Sec. Twp Rae, M. 31 31 S.Vt S.E. N.Vi S.E. S.E. PI. S.W, ft. S.E. t- ur Parcel Z Jefferscn Hamlel of Mou Lets Hamlet a Wootford mlet of Spring Coulee ol Sec. sec. Twp. Rqs. M. N.V7. Bins al Spring Coulee Sach will be otfered for sal lublect to the approval of the Ministe of Municipal Affairs, and subiect to a icipal bid a reserve bio and to the reservations and conditions contained In Ihe existing certificate of tHIe, Terms: Cash Redemplion may be effected by pay- ment of all arrears of laxes and costs at any pricr lo the sale. Dated al Carditon, In Ihe Province of Atterla, ihls ?nd cf May, 1972. R. W- LEGGE, Secrete rY-treasurcr. J73 WILSON Passed away in the city on Friday, June 16, 1972, Mr. Maitland Allan Wil- son at the age of 84 years', be- loved husband of Mrs. Bertha Wilson, of 823 2Ist Street South. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two daughters, four grandcliildren, and one sister. The funeral service was held on Monday at a.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North, phone 328-2301, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Interment followed in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C2643 CONRAD Ida Muhlestein, passed away In Taber on Sat- urday, June 17th, 1972 at the age of 86 years, beloved wife of the late Arthur Marion Conrad of Taber. Mrs. Conrad was born March 6th, 1886 in Provo, Utah., where she received her education, graduating from the Brigham Young Academy in 1906. She worked in' the Jesse Knight home and was treated as one of the family. On De- cember 28th, 1911, she married Arthur Marion Conrad, and in 1917 they moved to Canada set- tling in Hie Taber area, where she had continued to reside un- til the time of her passing. She was an active member of the L.D.S. Church and had many responsible positions in the or- ganizations of the church. She is survived by two sons, Clyde A. and Arnold both of Taber; two daughters, Mrs. Ethel Eieh- icrn of Grassy Lake and Mrs. of Innisfail; 17 grandchildren and- two great- grandchildren. She was prede- ceased by her husband in 1960, a son Kenneth in 1952' and a grandson Ronald Eichhorn in April 1972, also nine brothers and eight sisters. Funeral Services will be held in the Taber L.D.S. Slake Chapel on Tuesday, June 20th at 2 p.m., with Bishop Hoy E. Harris officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot In the Taber Memorial Gardens. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SAL- MON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Direetos of Funeral Service. C2842 IN MEMORIAMS DANCOISNE In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Robert Dancoisne, who passed away June ISth, 1869. Time goes on but memories slay, As near and dear today as yesterday, A day to remember, a day to recall, Without farewell you left us all. remembered and sadly missed mom, dad and family. 4035 DANCOISNE In loving memory of my husband, Robert Dancoisne, who passed away June 19, 1S69. There's a face that is haunting me ever, There's a voice that I'm long- ing to hesr, There's a smile I'll remember forever, Though I try to forget every tear. There's a sad but sweet re- membrance, There's a memory fond and true, There's a token of aifecUon, Bob. And heartaches still for you. remembered and sadly missed by wife Sandra. 4066 EARL In loving memory of my dear wite and beloved mother and grandma, who left so suddenly June 19, 1971. Our hearts still ache with sadness, And secret tears still flow, What it meant to lose you No one will ever know. Wen we are sad and lonely And everything goes wrong, We seem to hear you whisper, "Cheer up and carry on." darker uiier operation ment today offered investors scven-per-cent interest on a new I RAF Bambusters Our problems all seemed lighter Whila you shared our days, But parting comes and hearts NOTICE TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS For your convenience. The Herald's Classified phono lino (Dial 328-4411) is open from A.M. To P.M. Monday lo Friday, and A.M. To P.M. Saturday Cfassified ads received up to P.M. appear Ihe following day. Ads received by a.m. Saturday will appear on Monday. AD CANCELLATIONS To cancel a Classified advertisement, you musi call by A.M. or ycur ad will appear in that day's edition of The Herald. are broken, Loved ones go with words unspoken. Life goes on we know its true, But not the same since we lost you. loved and sadly missed by 5'our husband Tom and children, Al, Cathy, Tom, Raysha, Pat, Shirley, Cordon, Ann, Jim Patsy, Carol, Robbie and grand- children Melissa, Greg and Janine. 4064 BENONI (Reuter) A. a South African white woman claims that her teen-age daughter is being spurned by her schoolmates turned several shades darker tn operation. Anny Scyinan told reporters that her 17-year-c'd daughter, Jane Anne, had an operation in 1970 to remove her adre- nals when she suddenly started to gain weight. The operation was regarded us a success but a few months later dark blemishes began appearing on her skin. The blemishes gradually increased in size until the girl's whole body was several shades dar- ker. While some o[ Jane-Anne's classmates have accepted her condition, others have humili- ated her and she is spumed by people who think she is colored (mixed the mother said. The girl is being treated for suspected glandular distrub- ance and is receiving regular radio therapy in an effort lo help her. Three arrested after fracas EDMONTON (CD Three Edmonton residents were ar- rested after an incident involv- ing 100 persons and 12 police- men in the city's west end. A crowd had gathered to watch a fight and when two po- lice constables attempted tc break it up they were pushed back to their car. Police rein forcements arrived and th crowd began throwing rocks, There were no injiiries o damage during the 45-Tfjinut fracas and tiie too origina brawlers melted into the crowc reunion TORONTO (CP) The men sf the RAF's Second World War 17 Squadron, known as the Dambusters for their famous on the dams of the Mohne ind Eder 30 years ago, will hold i reunion here June 21-24. The raid resulted in flooded xmi mines, factories and rail- vays in the Ruhr Valley, the German wer-production centre. Air Commodore John Fau- quier, DSO, DFC, of Port Credit, Ont., the only Canadian .0 command the squadron, will liead the reunion committee. Group Captain Leonard Cheshire, VC, also a former commander of the squadron will be among 92 Britons attend- ing the reunion. and disappeared. Canada beaten in bridge meet MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (Reu ter) The United States bea Canada 18 points to 2 and Switz erland upset leading Italy 17-r Sunday night in the 30th rouni of the World Bridge Olympiad. The United States was thi only team among the top four which are competing for th four-team finals starting Thurs day, not to be upset. Beside Canada and Italy, Taiwan wa beaten 20-0 by Turkey. The top point scorers after 3 rounds were Italy 404, Unitei States 457, Taiwan 433, Canad 422 and France 417. France bea Canada 14-0 earlier Sunday t move closer to the top four. The results of other matclie affecting leading countrie were: Sweden 20, Spain minu 4; Panama 0; Israeli 20, Colom bia minus 2; France 17; Leba non 3, onvertible to new bonds for a urther five-year period at 7V4 er cent interest. It also offered a short-term one year and seven a price yielding 5.85 er cent. The two bond offerings are to aise million to redeem wrt CL million worth of old jonds coming due Sept. 1. The iank of Canada will take at east million of the new tonds, leaving million available to the public. The bonds coming due in Scp- ember pay interest at-4'A per cent a year. The new short-term bond will bo sold at per cent of face value and cany interest at icr cent. The effect of this is fo jive investors 5.85 per cent a rear on their money. BUYERS HAVE OPTION The five-year bond will be sold at face value, and pay sev en-per-cent interest a year. Buy- ers will have an option between July 1, 1976, and Dec. 31, 1976 to convert them into new bonds for a further five years, paying 7W per cent. The effective yield on these bonds for a full 10-year period will be 7.21 per cent a year. The finance department sale investors may buy the new bonds lor cash, or by exchang ing some of the 4'A-per-cen bonds due Sept. 1, 1972. When exchanged for the new shorter-term bond, the govern- ment will pay accrued interest of per for the pe- riod July 1 to Sept. I, plus per bonus. When exchanged for the new convertible five-year bonds, the government pay only the ac- crued interest o f per The Interest rates offered today were higher than those of- fered in March when the gov- ernment last went to the bond market for borrowings. A live- year bond issued then bore in- terest at per cent a year. Fear tunnel may collapse after crash SOISSONS, France (Reuter) There were fears today that a tunnel would collapse on res- cue workers trying to extricate bodies from the wreckage of two trains which crashed Fri- day night killing about 100 per- sons. A spokesman at rescue head- quarters here said work had to be stopped at the northern end of the tunnel because of fears that its walls might tumble on rescue squads. Several hundred rescue work- ers were still working at the southern end of the tunnel in an effort to locate any survivors. But there was little hope that I anyone else would be found alive. A young woman extricated from under tons of rock and metal died Sunday after sha was taken to hospital. A 22- year-old man, also rescued Sun- day, appeared to be out of dan- ger. The father of a young soldier gave doctors permission Sunday to amputate his son's crushed legs in a effort fo drag him free from under a railway coach, but the young man died before the operation could be completed. It was slill not known how many remained trapped in the twisted wreckage. Officials said 67 bodies have been brought out of the tunnel and 22 others sighted in the wreckage. RECORD DEPTH OF OCEAN FLOOR Ccmodian American aquanaur teammotej Dr. David Scarralt of St. Andrews, N.B. (left) and Roger Clifford of Boothway Harbour, in insulated unisuils achieved a record diving record for scientists in tho northwest Atlantic. They reached a depth of 287-feet to tha ocean floor. Baby suffocates n his crib GRANDE CACHK (CP) llayton Steven Yates of Grande Cache suffocated in h's rib. RCSIP said the two-weeks-old nfant apparently rolled over nto his face and was unable i roll back. Grande Cache is 200 miles vest of Edmonton. TERRORIST ARRESTED Ulrike MeinhoF, female co- leader of a West German terrorist gang. Is led from apartment in Hanover, West Germany, afler sho was arrested by police following a struggle. Police made his photo and blocked out faces of officers for security reu- sons. Pattern Attract smiles n' compli ments in Ibis pert pair. Turn a shirt V skirt Into a great outfit wilh airy, easy crochet top, cloche. Use colors sport yarn. Patlern 7486 top (one size fits Misses' 8-14) hat S, M, L included. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS fo each pattern cash, chequ or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-clas mailing and special handlin; to Alice Brooks, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario Pattern A very important little dress because it will take you every- where right thru summer and fall. Appealingly shaped with side pleat swing. Printed Pattern 4794: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes IS yards 60-inch. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (75 cents) in coins (no stamps, please) for each pattern add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send order to ANNE ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of tha Lcthbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald FREE Spring Fashion Offer Choose one pattern free from new Spring Summer Catalog. All sizes! Send 50c INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, fit, sew modern way. Sl.OO NSTANT FASHION BOOK what-to- wcar answers. Sl.OO. ;