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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Salurdoy, Morcti 24, PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER Tenders will be accepted bv 'he under- signed (or the supply dlesel, gaso- line, fuel oil and propane as required for a period c! cune year from dale cf acceptance of tender. Tenders close April 4, 1773. The lowest or or-v tender not necessarily accepted. J. K. DUNCAN Courtly of Warner No. S Warner, Alberta CarL Of ,lU I Q i ks, w, NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In Ite matter of the estate of WILLIAM M. 8LUMEL, late ol Ihe Town of Magrath In Ihe Province ef Alberta, died on or about the 31al day oi January A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the esfale of Irve above named must file wilh the undersigned solicitors by Ihe day o1 April A.D. 1973 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by Jhem. STR1NGAM, DENECKY AND BAINES Barristers and Solicitors 35? Canada Trust Building Lelhbrldge, Alberta Solicitors fcr Delia Holladay Btvmel, Executrix NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LtTHBRIDGE In the matter of Ihe Estate ot BESSIE CLEO NELSON, late at the City of Lethbrldge in the Province of Altsfta, willow, deceased, who died on or about the 6th day of February upon Ihe estate of Ihe above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the Jlst day of April A D 1973 a full statement of their claims end of securities held by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY AND BAINES Barristers end Solicitors 3C9 Canada Trust Building Lethbridqe, Alberta Solicitors Icr Lloyd Rex Nelson end Iv Theo Barro.v DEATHS SIELDRUM Bryan Bar- ton, passed away in Magratli on Wednesday, March 21, 1073 at the age of 67 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Meldrum of Magrath. Funeral services will be held Monday, March 26, 1973 at p.m. in the Ma- grath LDS Chapel with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon until prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. CHBISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. CS280 John, passed away in the city on Fri- day, March 23, 1973, at the age of years, beloved husband of Mrs, Mary Sweetgrass of the Blood Reserve. Besides his lov- ing wife he is survived by four sons, Clifford, Harvey, Herman and Jimmy; five daughters, Molly, Verna, Isabel, Irma and Nora and his mother, Mrs. Mary Sfabdown. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Wednes- day, March 28, 1973 at lOiOO a.m. in St. Catherine's Catholic Church at Standoff, with Father J. Regnier as celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in the Stand- off Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C8279 CARDS OF THANKS FARRIES Thanks to my doctors and the nurses at St Michael's Hospital for kindness during my stay there. Tlianks to my friends for flowers, gifts cards and visits. All was appre- ciated so much. Fairies. 9222 imissioiier critic says irate labels rapeseed transport policy 1 the air lines know Hmt com- to connect Alberta with 3UVER (CP) who shipped PAUL JACKSON petition is needed if we are areas of the north by Ihe Canadian four carloads had all Ottawa Bureau te givon lhf> Wnrt ot service sion warned labelled people are believe the policy representatives years ago Progressive Con- the Alberta disregards the rela- hat if prairie the rapesced trade and transport critic Don Mr. Mazankowski said of Alberta the devel- don't label boxcars officials agreed that Friday severely dians can't afford to have a of a uniform and effec- ic acid rapeseed in Canada's interest tile federal govern- nopoly on transportation northwestern transportation jly, more stringent out high emcic for a lack of a fair trans- ices if that monoply failed I believe that to dis regulations will in favor of the policy for Western provide the service the the province of Al ZIEGLEK Our heartfe thanks and appreciation to the doctors, nurses, Sisters at St. Michael's Hospital and also Father Marion, Father Fields and Father Don Odwyer of Taber, to our friends and neigh- bors and relatives for sympathy cards, Mass cards, floral and food tribute. Bememhered for- ever. and Mrs. Rudy Tajcnar and Zicgler family. 9223 chief ot Commiss industry' low-orucic accurate eminent .-D---------- needed. crude acid rapeseed. The oil D II. Found told delegates to from the new rapeseed is called the sixth annual meeting of the Canbra Oil and is more com- Rapeseed Association of Can- parable to soybean oil, the main ada that of 861 boxcars re- ceived by terminals and labsl- led as low-crucic acid, 261 were labelled incorrectly. "Do you not agree that one- third being labelled wrong is ratlier he asked the del- egates. Mr. Pound did not name any of the companies involved but said "one had the incredible av- erage of one labelled right and 33 labelled wrong. None of the Canada and placed special needs. the city of RE: ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The following application for de- velopment permit has been approved by the Municipal planning Commission on Marcti 21, 73-m Eii crilctitield to establish a home occupation office and phone service for painting contractor at la Avenue South- Any person affected by the said decision may appeal such decision to Ihe Development Appeal Board by de- livering either personally or by Reg- istered Mail, statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the Office of the City cleric in the City Hall not later than April i, 1973. Date: March 22, 1973. W. C. Cameron Development Officer PETERSON We wish to extend a sincere thank you to all our friends, neighbors and relatives, for the flowers, do- nations to the Cancer Society, cards of sympathy and food re- ceived during the recent pass- ing of our dear dad (Ban Peter- Special thanks to the pall- bearers, staff cf the Grand- view Nursing Home, Bishop Hall and all those who made ths service so comforting and mem- orable. Your many kindnesses will be ever remembered. Peterson family. 922c RE: ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The following application for a de- velopment permit has been made 1o Municipal planning Commission: 73-137 Marco Builders Ltd. to build a two-family dvfelling at 3816 South Parkside Drive. PLACE OF HEARING: Council Chambers City Hall TIME OF HEARING: p.m. DATE OF HEARING? Wednesday, 23, 1973, Any person affected by tha said proposal has the right to present a brief prior to Ihe tearing and to be present and be heard al the hearing. Persons requiring to be heard at the meeting shall submit briefs to the Development Officer not later lhan March 27, 1973. application for development and supporting data may be Inspected in the Cily Mall In Ihe Olfice ol the Development Officer. Date: March Yl, 1973. W. C. Cameron Development Oflicer M91 JOHNSON Ronald Fred of Blairmore, passed away at his Blairmore residence on Thurs- day, March 22, 1973 at age 51 years. Bom in Lsthbridgc on October 24, W18, the late Mr. Johnson came to Blairmore in 1924 where he has resided since. While in Blairmore, he practiced his profession in op- tometry. He served in the Sec- ond World War with the Cana- dian Armed Forces and was a member of the Blairmore Branch Royal Canadian Le- gion. He was predeceased by his father in Colcman in 1934; two brothers, Frank in Toronto in March 1961, Cecil in Taber in January one daughter, Linda in Blah-more in Septem- ber 1905. Survivors include his mother, Margaret in the Lelh- bridge Auxiliary Hospital; one sister, Mrs. Leila Wilson of Calgary. Funeral services will be held in Faniin's Blairmore 26 at 11 a.m., with Rev. Bob Smith officiating and in- MEAKER We wish to ex- press sincere appreciation to tha doctors, nurses, and staff of t h e Municipal Hospital for their kindnesses during the ill- ness and passing of our beloved husband and father, Mr. William Meaker. Our gratitude is also extended to our many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy, flowers, cards and food. Special thanks ito Kts ladies of the Nararene Ciiurch for services during our bereavement. Meaker family; 9226 Chapel on Monday, March IN MEMORIAMS TEDESCO In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and father, Ralph Tedesco, who pass- ed away March 24, 1951. remembered by wife and family. his 9219 terment to follow in the family plot, Blairmore Union Cem- etery. In lieu of flowers, per- sons wishing may donate to the Doctor Aiello Memorial Fund, in care of the Crowsnest Pass Hospital, Blairmore. FANT1N CHAPELS LTD., is in "charge. C8278 LUND In loving memory of Gertrude, a dear wife, mother and grandmother, who passed away March 25, 1970. Every day in some small way Memories of you keep coming our way. remembered by her husband Charles, and daugh- ters Leona and Helene and Soccer results LONDON (CP) Saturday's Old Country soccer results: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Birmingham 3 Coventry 0 Crystal P 1 West Ham 3 Ipswich 0 Everton 1 Leeds 0 Wolverhampton 0 Leicester 2 Stoke 0 Liverpool 3 Norwich 1 Man City 1 Arsenal 2 Newcastle 1 Chelsea 1 Sheffield U 3 Derby 1 Tottenham 1 Man United 1 West Brom 1 Southampton, 1 Division II Brighton 3 Swindon 1 Burnley 2 Millwall 1 Fulham 1 Sunderland 2 Luton 1 Bristol C 3 Middlesbrough 1 Aston Villa 1 Notts F 3 Sheffield W 0 Orient 3 Huddcrsfield 1 Portsmouth 0 Carlisle 0 Preston 0 Cardiff 0 Queen's PR 4 Blackpool 0 Division HI Bournemouth 1 Grlmsby 1 Bristol 2 Watford 1 Charlton 1 Blackburn 2 Chesterfield 2 Shewsbrury 0 Halifax 2 Plymouth 1 Port Vale 1 Notts 1 Rochdale 0 Brentford 1 Scunthorpe 2 Rotherham 1 Southend 1 Bolton 1 Swansea 0 Oldham 0 competitor. Mr. Pound said it is too lato now to question whether or not to change to low crude acid rapeseed. "That decision has been made. It was also decided, in the case of country elevators, to bin the low and high varie- ties separately to allow export- ers Ihe freedom to choose a high or low as their customers REQUIREMENTS At present the only require- ments for country elevators are that they obtain samples and an affidavit from pro- ducers of rapeseed declared to be of a low erucic variety. He warned "more regulations could involve sampling and analysis for erucic acid of ev- ery load of rapeseed delivered by a farmer. I'm sure everyone can see the implications on rapeseed movement and extra work involved." About 80 per cent of the rape- seed produced in 1972 w a s of low erucic acid varieties and the bulk of the crop for sale during the next crop year will be the same. The Canadian grain commission analyses the grain in carlcts and cargo lots. But Mr. Pound indicated that some rapeseed sales coulrt be hurt because exporters are afraid to sell rapeseed as low emcic acid. He said a number of export- ers have told him they are afraid to sell low-erucic acid rapsseed in case it turns out otherwise when its loaded on a ship. "Vet managers of country elevator operations and other companies that buy rapeseed from farmers have told me stress on the situation in Al- He Ottawa for fail- Edmonton-in this overall ap- berta. ;ng (0 provide a direct air line proach to overcoming some of Mr. Mazankowski between Edmonton and Ottawa our transportation problems in eville, AltaJ also took a swipe and for failing to see that Ed- northern Canada is an at New Democratic Party rnonton had a direct air link said the Conservative MP. leader David Lewis for his "usual rhetoric and exposition with cilies in the United States, The Alberta MP found it of socialist philosophy" while amazing that the capital city of not paying enough attention to Alberta was not linked by air common sense. with the capital city of the na- tion. Mr. Mazankowski also tackled The Alberta MP claimed Mr. Lewis, whose party failed to Pattern 7044 their families. 9220 FARM FOR SALE Tenders will be accepted until 12 o'clock noon on 30 Mar. 73 for Ihe purchase of all or any of Ihe following parcels or land subject to assumption erf any R.E.A. or Gas Liens. 1. VPA MM2-W4 2. NEW 1D-12-W4 Containing approximately acres, obtained at Ihe Office cf hte Cliie Maintenance Engineer, Hlghwa y Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the Of fice of the District Engineer, >707 4th Street, W.W. Calgary, Alberla and the Offfce cf Ihe Dislrict Engineer Administration Building, Lefhbridge and will be available (Xily i individuals domiciled, regisfered an operating In the Province cf Alberta or lo partnerships or corporations reg- isfered and operating Fn and who have established a fixed place of buslnesi ]n the Province of Alberta. A deposit cf Twenty Five Dollars (515.00) wilt required for each copy of Contract and Specifications Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond to per cf the Terser, Tenders -will be opened In public. The or any Tender rwt necessariIy accep'ed. V. E, McCUNE Deputy of Highways and PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE Take Notice that my wife, Sylvia Dale, having left my bed and board, I will rx> longer be responsible for any debts Incurred by her. Jcc NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS tM THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN AI.BERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF LENA MATILDA VATH, Isle of Lethhridge, Alberto, who died er. the 21sf day cF January, A.O. TAKE NOTICE lhat all persons having claims upon Ihe estate of the above named must file with Ihe undersigned Solicitor by the 2Jth day of April, 1973, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. JOHN I. BORAS 20? Professional Building Dox JC4 LETHBRIDGE, Alberta Solicitor tor the Executor Elevator builders end strike EDMONTON (CP) About 200 members of the Interna- tional Union of Elevator Con- structors in Alberta will er.d a six-month strike when they re- turn lo work Monday. Bruno Schultz, business rep- resentative for Local 122 of the elevator constructors, said Fri- day night the men agreed "reluctantly" to return to work because they believe the pro- vincial government will impose compulsory arbitration early next week. "They didn't want to go said Mr, Schultz, speak- ing for Calgary Local 130 as well as the Edmonton Local. Labor Minister Bert Hohol said in the legislature this week that he strongly supported at- tempts by any government tc end the strike. He said abou million in construction pro jecls in the province have beer delayed since the strike was called last August. Mr, Schultz said the five Am ericatvowned companies struck by the elevator constructor "had no intention of signing lh< contract." Major issue in the striki was job security, said Mr Schultz. Union members re ceived their last race in vernier, 1971, when their wage, were increased to an hour Walsall 0 V-prk 0 Division IV Barnsley 0 Aldershot 2 Bury 1 Hartlepools 1 Cambridge 1 Chester 0 Crewe 1 Northampton 0 Hereford 3 Peterborough 0 Lincoln 5 Stockport 3 Mansfield 1 Colchester 1 Newport 2 Exeter 0 Reading 2 Bradford 0 Workington 1 Gillingham 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Arbroath 2 Airdrieonians 1 Dundee U 1 East Fife 1 Falkirk 1 Ayr 2 Hearts 0 Celtic 2 Kilmarnock 0 Aberdeen 2 Morton 1 Dumbarton 1 Motherwell 0 Partick 0 Rangers 1 Hibernian 0 St. Johnstone 4 Dundee 1 Division II Albion 2 Cowdenheath 2 Alloa 0 Queen's Pk 0 Berwick 1 Montrose 1 Brechin 2 Stranraer 2 Clyde 1 Stirling 1 Clydebank 1 St. Mirren 1 Dunfermline 1 Stenh'muir C Queen of S 0 Forfar 1 Raich 2 Hamilton 0 IRISH LEAGUE Cup Semi-finals Colcraine 1 Lintield 2 Gler.toran I Glenavon 0 League Malcli win a single federal seat in the the government on its "sadly Rocky Mountain province last lacking" policy which neglected Oct. 30th and which provincially holds only one Alberta seat, had let the power of his party's al-j liance with the Liberals "go to his head." "Mr. Lewis would sooner pro-1 mote his own philosophy than meet the challenges inherent in any action that is necessary to meet the transportation needs of the Canadian people." Speaking on an NDP motion I criticizing the Liberals on trans- portation policies, ftlr. Mazan- kowski said the NDP was wrong when it suggested that only government-owned trans- portalion concerns such as Air Canada and Canadian National could fill the needs of the tion. Mr. Mazankowski recalled that some years ago Air Can- ada gave up the route between I Edmonton and Calgary. He said Air Canada left a vacuum in air service there because claimed it was losing money. But today, said Mr. Mazan-1 kowski, air service between the two cities was better than ever 1 and that service was provided by a private company, Pacific Western Airlines. "On weekdays there are six I flights each way between Ed- monton and Calgary. You can fly from Calgary to Edmonton in 35 minutes. There is no wait- Pattern they high don't bother separating and low erucic because there's no demand for low he added. Smallest adult in the world joins circus NEW YORK (AP) llihaly Mezaros, 34, believed to be the smallest adult in the world, has joined the Singling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus. The 33-inch-tall Mezaros, also knovm as Michu, is a Hungar- ian dancer-acrobat. Until Michu's arrival, the smallest man with the circus was Lester Janus, 44 inches tall. ortadown 2 Ballymcna 0 Golil GoliI Cup e 1 Crusaders 2 15 win. ill sweeps By-THE CANADIAN PRESS Four Ontario residents held winning tickets on Bronze Hill, winner of the Lincoln Handicap today at Doncaster, England, on which an Irish Sweepstakes is based. Each of the four holders of the winning tickets won about ing time. You walk into the air terminal, buy your ticket, and get on the aircraft. It has been a very successful venture." Mr. Mazankowski said since Ihe Calgary to Edmonton airbus service was so successful it was difficult to see why this type of service was not in operation be- tween Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal. The Alberta MP claimed that on land the Canadian National Railway was more concerned with "sprucing up its corporate image" than giving Canadians the passenger service they needed. "Double page ads in major magazines throughout Canada do not really talk about trans- portation, but real estate in- vestment. There is even an ad in Time magazine boasting about the CNR operating so ef- ficiently year after year. It i'nen asks: 'Why don't we end up in the black more There are a lot of people asking the same he countered. Mr. Mazankowski said the CNR would do better if it spruced up its passenger serv- ice instead of putting its energies into high-powered pub- lic relations campaigns. 'When we look at the needs Make everybody happy Cro- chet low or high slippers. They are quick, low-cost. Solve gift problems the easy way! Gay, 3-color puff-stitch trim dresses up TV or travel slippers in easy single crochet. Pattern 7044: 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 handling to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario Readers Mail Limited Four Canadians who held tickets on the second-place horse, Queendom, each won about and seven Cana- dians won about with tickets on Desperate Dee, who finished third. which confront us in trans, portation in this the air, on the land, and on water- it will be seen, I think, that there is a need for both private and public investment if we are to be successful in developing a co-ordinaled and integrated transport system in Canada. "Those of us who travel on It's an "INCHES SLIMMER" PATTERN designed to make you look leaner across the bust, waist, hips. No waist seam wear it belted or free. Printed Pattern 4630: NEW Half Sizes 10V4, 12tt, 14tt, 18'4. Size Wk (bust 37) takes 2% yards 45-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 ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. ELECTRICIANS MAINTENANCE MECHANICS HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS Journeymen in these trades and repairmen with al least two years' experience in one of these skills, ore required by ihe Ertdako molybdenum mine, 100 miles west of Prince George, British Columbia. The com- munity of Fraser Lake offers attractive, low rent hous- ing, medfcal and dental service and good shopping, educational and recreational facilities. Please reply giving details to: Personnel Supervisor, Canex Placer Limited, Endako Mines Division, Endako, B.C. LABOR CLUB WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 51 Game No. 1 50 10 Games Blackout in 59 Numbers 11 Games Pri7e Money......... 20 AIL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card 51.00 All Wood Cards Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guesH Music Friday and Salurdoy Banquet Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. 'BUY OF THE WEEK' ASTRO REALTY LTD. 328-7748 Elegant Three ludroom bungalow with 147? ft. ef living proa. Include! fireplace, water incinerator, underground sprinkling lyttem and mony, many more features in excellent soulniide location., TO VIEW CALL ALICE HAHN 327-3708 JOHN PINNER 328-6513 VERNA COUTTS 327-6697 DICK JOHNSON 327-0339 ;