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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 1974 THE LfTHPRIDQI HERALD-31 PUBLIC NOTICES FOR SALE BY TENDER Large modern blocks south ol the Temple In completely renovated In basement completely developed. Tenders must be received by 12 noon May 1974. Highest bio not necessarily accepted. K. D. Municipal Secretary. Town ol P.O. Box Alta. C16 TENDERS will be received until p m. on May lor the paving of the Lethbndge Auxiliary Hospital driveways. Further information and tender forms can be obtained from C. S. Purchasing Agent Letlibrldge Municipal Hospital Address tenders to- Cnairmah of the Lethbndge General and Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home District No 65 Lethbndge Municipal Lethbndge. Alberta C57 IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate Of KATHERINE LATE OF THE City of Lethbndge. in the Province of Alberta Married Woman who died on the 2nd day ol A D 1974. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 11th day of June. A D a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them MESSRS. IVES AND CARLETON Barristers and Solicitors P O Box 728 324 7th Street South being Solicitors for Ihe Executors C1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF SUEJI late of the Hamlet ol Iron in the Province of who died on the 15th day ol February. A.D. 1974. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 18th day of June. A D 1974. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. BABKI EVANS 903 3rd Avenue South Alberta Solicitors for the Executrix C37 IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF RAY late of Ihe Village of in the Province of who died on the 6th day of April. A D. 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with The Canada Trust Company by Ihe 17th day of a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them BABKI Solicitors for the Executor THE CANADA TRUST 622 Third Avenue Alberta C44 MEDICINE HAT R.C.S.S.D. NO 21 Sealed tenders for School Bus Transportation Tender No 703 for services to be provided effective September 3. will be accepted at the office of the Secretary Treasurer up to and including 4 00 p m Thursday. May 30 1974 Tendering forms ana information may be obtained from the office of the Assistant Secretary Treasurer R. A. E. BOLDUC Secretary-Treasurer Catholic Education Centre 73 7th Street S E Medicine Alberta Phone 527-2292 C1C IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF- SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM EDGAR BOYCE. late of the City of in the Province of Alberta who died on the 7th day of A D. 1974. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 17th day of 1974. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. BABKI EVANS. 903-3rd Avenue Alberta. Solicitors for the Exscutors C54 In Memohams Cards Of Thanks Canadians nominated for SA post LONDON The gov- erning council of the Salvation Army has announced that four senior officers an American and a have been nominated for election as head of the international religious and charitable organization. The army's High Council on Friday named Canadian com- missioners Arnold and Clarence United States commissioner Paul and British commissioner Geoffrey 62. The council is expected to name the successor to Erik Wikberg of Sweden as the army's 10th general early next week. PAMPERED PATIENTS Greek and Roman doctors often persuaded their patients to drink bitter prescriptions by smearing the rims of cups with a practice that persists today in sugar-coated pills BIRTH MAUGHAN Miles and Noel are pleased to announce the arrival of a new sister for Lauren Elizabeth on May 1974 at St. Michael's Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Maughan of Lethbridge. Insured. 1302 DEATHS WALKER Passed away on May at Pincher Mary at the age of 72 years. Born at in she married Bryan Walker in Cochrane in 1926. They farmed first in the Peace River District of B.C. and then in the Pincher Creek area They retired to the town of Pincher Creek and she resided there until her passing. She was a member of the Castle View Chapter No. 21 of the O.E.S. and the I.O.D.E. She was predeceased by her husbandt in also by two sisters and three brothers. She is survived by three Hunter and Bryan of Lethbridge and Frederick of two Mrs. S. Warriner of Mrs. W. C. Turnbull of Pincher two Charles Dunn of England and Ted Dunn of Dawson eight grandchildren and one great- grandchild. The funeral service will be held in St. John's Anglican Pincher Creek on Monday. May 1974 at 11 A. T. Gray officiating. Interment in Fairview Cemetery Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME Pincher Creek. C8607 BATES beloved wife of Ormus Bates of passed away suddenly on May 1974 at the age of 73 years. Mrs. Bates was born November 1900 in West Virginia and in 1919 was married to Ormus Bates in Chicago and came to Canada that same year. She was an active member of The L.D.S. Church and in the Relief Society Organization of the church. Besides her loving she is survived by five sons. Anthony of Ward of Calif.. Calgary and Daniel of two Mrs. Archie Howes of Calgary and Mrs. Golden Layton of 21 grandchildren and one great- grandchild. She was predeceased by an infant son. Meivin. Funeral services will be held from The Fourth Ward South Hill Chapel in Cardston on May 1974 at p.m.. Bishop Meivin Cottle officiating. Friends may meet with the family in The Relief Society Room of the church from 1.00 p.m. until service time. Interment will follow in The Cardston Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN- SALMON Funeral Home Directors of Funeral Services. C8605 PETRUNIA Passed away suddenly in the city on May Mr. Michael Petrunia at the age of 70 beloved husband of Mrs. Lillian Petrunia of 723 12 Street North Lethbridge. raised and educated in Lethbridge. He for many years worked in the coal mines around Lethbridge until joining the Canadian Army in 1942. Following the Second World War he was then employed with the Dallas Hotel and later in the Garden Hotel until retiring in 1969. He has continued to reside in Lethbridge until his sudden passing. The late Mr. Petrunia was a member of the Greek Catholic Slovak Society and an Honorary Member of the Miners Library. Besides his beloved wife he is survived by one Denis Petrunia of five Mrs. Vassey and Mrs. R. Kean both of Mrs. L Narraway of Mrs. H. Harrison of Mrs'. A. C. Atwood of three and Alex Petrunia all of Lethbridge. He was predeceased by his brother Peter just two weeks ago. Funeral services will be held at a.m. on May 13 at St. Peter and St. Paul Greek Catholic Church. Interment will follow in St. Patrick's cemetery. Prayers will be said on Sunday at p.m. in Martin Bros. Memorial 812 3rd Ave. MARTIN BROS LTD. directors of the funeral service. C8604 DEATH IHME Passed away suddenly in Coutts on Thursday May 1974 Mrs. Victoria Marlene Ihme at the age of 47 beloved wife of James R. Ihme of Coutts. raised and educated in the late Mrs. Ihme moved to Coutts in 1942 and has resided there until her passing. She is survived by her Mrs. Toporoski of three Loran and Craig both of Calgary and Randy Ihme of four Mrs. M. Jaddock of Mrs. Mary Smith of Sweet Mrs. Rose Pisko and Mrs. J. Currie both of two George Toporoski of Vancouver and Steve Toporoski of Washington. Funeral Services will be held at a.m. on May 13 at The Church of the Holy Angel in Rev. Father Pritzel officiating. Interment will follow in Coutts Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Salvation Army. MARTIN BROS. directors of the funeral service. C8606 IN MEMORIAMS Cecelia In loving memory of a dear wife and who passed May 1967. In silence she in patience she bore. sadly by her daughter in grandchildren and great grandchildren. 1336 KUTNY In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather Harry who passed away May 1973. You can only have one kind and true. No other friend in all the will be so true to you. No one knows our as we write these simple For our father's love and that are no longer mine You shared our our our fears. God bless for those precious years. remembered by son Tilly and Mary and Grandchildren. 1339 KUTNY In loving memory of a dear who passed away May 1972. We never knew that morning What sorrow the day would bring. The blow was the shock To lose the one we loved so dear. We miss his his cheerful way We rniss the things he used to say. When happy days we oft' recall. 'Tis then we miss him most of all remembered and sadly missed by his Helen. 1338 CARDS OF THANKS SPITZER My sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses on Third Main of St. Michael's Hospital. A special thanks to the S.E.A.. Empress Foods Research A.N.A. the family and friends for the beautiful cards and visits I received there. You all helped the time go quickly until I was able to be up and out again. Spitzer 1337 THOMPSON Mere words cannot fully express the surprise and pleasure experienced by my family and myself on Friday evening April 19th when the Readymade Community and Lethbridge friends gathered to honor me on my school bus driving retirement. A man need not ask for much more than good adults and delicious happy reminiscences of buses and miles enjoyable readings and musical a unique bus- shaped lovely flower and gift all packaged in a most memorable evening which we shall long treasure. Sincerest gratitude and thanks to all for your thoughtfulness and participation. and Bev Thompson and family. 125741 CARDS OF THANKS WOODFORD -1 would like to thank my doctors and the staff of the Municipal Hospital for the excellent care and kindness during my recent hospitalization. thanks to friends and relatives for cards and gifts. -Mrs. Lillian Woodford 1371 ONOFRYCHUK I would like to thank all my many friends for the many flowers and visits I received while a patient in the Municipal Hospital. A special thanks to my doctqr and the nurses in Intensive Care Unit and on Medical Three. Onofrychuk 1372 LOMAS My grateful thanks to my nurses and aids who were so kind to me during my stay at Municipal fourth and to my many friends who sent flowers and visited me and to my wornderful family who were so constant in their care and attention during my hospilization. George Lomas 1357 HUMMEL We wish to extend our sincere thanks to the doctors and nursing staffs of Border County and St. Michael's Hospitals and to the Devon Home for the wonderful care given to our father and grandfather. Also thank you to friends for the many kind expressions of sympathy in the form of charities and courtesies. All these make our loss more bearable. Hummel family of Milk River 1335 MAKARENKO We wish to extend sincere thanks to everyone who showed kindness and sympathy with mass and cards during the loss of our Nick Makarenko Our thanks to the staff in the Devon Nursing Home for their loving care. Many thanks to Father R. Father the members of the National Slovak Society and the Ladies Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church. Maggie Makarenko a.iu family. Larry Makarenko. 1253-11 Bloodbath controversy Italy A public argument erupted today over a bloodbath which resulted when police stormed a jail to crush an uprising by a trio of desperate long-term convicts. The police assault came un- der attack from many news- papers as a senseless waste of lives. In six persons died and 14 were injured. Three of the dead were among the 16 bound and gagged hostages whom the three prisoners had held for 32 hours trying to trade them for freedom. a 30-year-old woman social was stabbed repeatedly in the then shot. Two guards held as hostages also died. Soccer scores LONDON Old Country soccer results BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS Ireland 1 Scotland 0 Wales 0 England 2 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Newcastle 0 Tottenham 2 Division IV Rotherham 3 Peterborough 1 Cabinet increases tours Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON The Progressive Conservative cabinet will squeeze in four pre-election tours this summer compared with only two tours last year. With an election expected in June of the cabinet plans to visit Calgary June 10 and 11. Then it will visit Medicine Hat and Lloydminster-St. Paul and Edson-Barrhead. The four visits will cost taxpayers about Pretty maids all in a row ...and all dressed up for a special occasion. They are participants awaiting their for a traditional Hindu in the annual Spring Folk Dance Festival of New York City's Boys' Athletic League. The event drew more than 700 young people representing 21 nations. Below the Brazilian and a Mexican dance dating back to the Aztecs. All dancers make their own costumes. All together everybody joins hands for the Troponka from Bulgaria. A nonprofit organization serving underprivileged children in the New York metropolitan the Boys Athletic League long ago broke the sexual-equality barrier. Of more than a third are now girls. Soviets watch sailor's mom MOSCOW Three and a half years a Lithuanian fisherman jumped aboard a United States Coast Guard seeking asylum. The captain of the cutter returned him to Soviet officers. Now Soviet police are pre- venting his widowed who was born in from visiting the U.S. embassy to discuss her friends of the woman reported today. The Simas Ku- is serving a 10-year la- bor-camp sentence for treason. His Marija Kudirka lives in the village of near the capital of Lithuania. Mrs. Sulskiene's friends re- She was born in which would qualify her for U.S. but her parents took her to Lithuania when she was five. U.S. friends invited her to visit the land of her birth. But the Soviet passport office denied her an exit saying she needed a U.S. stamp. A Moscow Sergei said the police him up when he went to the U.S. embassy to discuss Mrs. Sulskiene's case. He said he was released after the em- bassy called the police and asked if they were holding him. The embassy said that after talking with Koshalyov consular officers sent Mrs. Sulskiene a registered telegram inviting her to the embassy. Koshalyov said Mrs. Sul- skiene went to the Vilnius rail- way station April 28 to take a train to but five secret policemen intercepted seized her identity card and train and told her she could not make the trip until after the May Day holiday. Bridge results Ladies Wed. Afternoon D.B.r. May 1. 1. Helen Foss and Pauline 2. Mrs. W. C. Broadfoot and Muriel 3. Betty Mary Green. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. May 1. N.S. 1. Ross Miron and Nick 2. Bob Marshall and Richard 3. Robert Santa and Chas. Sudeikat. E.W. 1. Pauline McLean and Muriel 2. Mr. and Mrs. Barry 3. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Daviduk. Novice May 1. Playing for the Santa Trophy annual event 1. Bill Wong and Norman 2. Walter Schmid and Joe 3. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Price. Thursday Night D.B.C. May t N.S. 1. Ross Miron and J. E. 2. David Miron and. W. L. 3. 0. B. Bentsen and B. C. Evans. E.W. 1. Myrna McDonnell and Mary 2. Isobel Johnson and Mrs. H. E. 3. Wayne and Wilma Winter. Friday Night D.B.C. May 3. N.S. 1. Neil van Seters and Betty 2. Pauline McLean and Irma 3. Robert Santa and Mark Yoshihara. E.W. 1. Mrs. H. E. Balfour and Isobel 2. Ed Miller and Kirsten 3. Bob Wobick and Bill Daniel. Several members of the Lethbridge Unit attended the East Kootenay annual sectional bridge meet at B.C. over the weekend. Major event winners of the Open Pairs Event were George Santa and Robert Santa. An enjoyable weekend of good bridge and fellowship is reported. Introductory AMPEX Blank Recording Chromium Dioxide -CASSETTES- 60 min. 90 min. 4.29 3 for 8.58 5.99 3 for 11.98 Studio Quality i 60 min......... ea. 3.29 3 for 6.58 I 90 min. 4.29 J ____________3 for 8.58 j Low Noise J J 60 min......... 2.19 J 3 for 4.38 J 90 min......... 3.29 3 for 6.58 I 120 min........ 4.49 __________3 for 8.98 B-Track i CARTRIDGES 42 min......... ea. 3.29 I 3 for 6.58 I 84 min......... 4.29 ___________3 for 8.58 j PRT OPEN REEL 1800ft......... 6.49 3 for 12.98 I 2400ft......... 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