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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LETHiHIDaB HERALD -31 In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH NATTRESS Randy and Pam Nattress are happy to announce the arrival of Jeffrey 6 Ibs 13 oz on May in Alberta Proud grandparents are Mary and Don Milk River and Helen and Harold Arrowwood and Salmon BC. 1841 DEATHS KUBICA of passed away on May Funeral arrangements will be announced by FANTIN FUNERAL CHAPELS LTD when completed C8777 KAM1TAKAHARA May Mary 39 beloved wife of Saburo of 3812 South Parkside passed away at Foothills after a lengthy illness Also survived by Mrs. Haru Matsuno of four sisters and four brothers Combined wake and funeral services will be held at the Raymond Buddhist May 18 7 30 p m Burial services to be held at the Raymond Buddhist 2 00 p m on May followed by burial at the Raymond Temple Hill Cemetery In lieu of any donations could be forwarded to the Research Foothills Calgary on behalf of Mrs Kamitakahara CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL in charge of arrangements Friends may meet the family prior to the wake and funeral services from 6 30 to 7 30 p m at the church C8771 LIGHTBOUND Passed away in the city on May 1974 Mr Thomas Arthur Lightbound at the age of 75 beloved husband of Mrs Marguinte Lightbound of 966 12 St South Born in St Lambert Quebec in went overseas in 1916 during the First World War with the 87th Battery Canadian Grenadier Guards He came west to Lethbridge in 1920 and was employed at the Post Office for 36 with the exception of 2Va years during the Second World when he served m Canada with the 39th Battery He retired from the Post Office in 1963 He was a member of St Augustine's Anglican Church and the Army and Navy Veterans' Association Besides his loving wife Marge he is survived by two sons Frank of Blairmore and George of Calgary three grandchildren two brothers one m Lethbridge and one in Ottawa also a sister in Summit. New Jersey Mr Lightbound was. also predeceased by one sister Mrs Howard Devine of Maine and one brother Robert The funeral service was held on May 18 1974 at 3 30 pm in Martin Bros Memorial 703 13 Street North. Rev Frank Lee officiated Cremation followed MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of the Funeral Service C8776 DEATHS CHOW Passed away in the city on May Mr Hong Chow at the age of 81 years of Lethbridge The funeral service will be held at 3 00 p m on May 1974 at the Chinese National League with Rev Ken Morris officiating Interment will follow in the Chinese section of Mountain View Cemetery MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of the Funeral Service C8774 POBERZNICK Passed away in the city on May 1974 following a brief Mr Samuel Poberznick at the age of 77 beloved husband of Mrs Vera Poberznick of 1510 10 Ave. Lethbridge The funeral service will be held at 1 00 p.m on May 1974 in Martin Bros Memorial 703 13 St with Rev Ken Morris officiating Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of the Funeral Service C8775 GOLDIS On May Mr C D Goldis of No 506 10020 121 Edmonton passed away He leaves to mourn his loss besides his loving wife one son Andrew of Vancouver two Mrs Morns Taylor and Mrs Jean Van Eck both of also three granddaughters Prayers will be held on Monday May 20th at 7 00 p m at the Foster and McGarvey Funeral Chapel The funeral service will be held on May 21st at 1 00 p m at Saint Georgia's Greek Orthodox Church. 10056 114 the Very Reverend Peter Karras will officiate and interment will take place in the Westlawn Memorial Park Foster and Ltd Edmonton Funeral and Cremation Services 1891 LONG Passed away in the cily on Friday. May 1974 following a lengthy Mrs Olive May Long at the age of 78 of beloved wife of the late Mr Alexander Long Born and raised in Man the late Mrs Long came to Taber as a nurse in 1912 and has resided m Taber until her passing She is survived by one Norman H Long of two Mrs I R Willis of Mrs G Campbell of eleven three brothers Mr Stanley Maxwell of Man Mi Russell Maxwell of Winnipeg Man and Mr Ed Maxwell of Edmonton Besides her beloved husband she was also predeceased by one sister and three brothers The funeral service will be held at 2 p m on May in St Theodore's Anglican Church in Taber with Rev Canon E H officiating Interment will follow in the family plot m Taber Memorial Gardens MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of the Funeral Service C8772 DEATH LE CLAIRE Passed away in the city on May 1974 Mr Armand Leon Le Claire at the age of 53 beloved husband of Mrs. Simonne Le Claire of 1818 16 Ave. South Born and raised in the late Mr Le Claire moved in the early 1940s to Gravebourg Saskatchewan In 1959 he came to Lethbridge where he has resided until his passing Besides his loving Mr. Le Claire is survived by two Andre and both of Prince B.C one granddaughter Michille and one grandson eleven sisters and one brother The funeral service will be held at 10 30 am on May 1974 at Martin Bros Memorial 703 13 Street with Rev Isrealson officiating Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of Funeral Service C8773 IN MEMORIAMS EDLUND In loving memory of Elsie May who passed away on May 1970 Her memory is our greatest treasure In our hearts she lives forever missed by her husband daughters Cidnee and Cheryl and twin sister Ruby 1846 POTOSKI In loving memory of a dear father and Andrew who passed away May 1962 So many things have happened Since you were called So many thoughts to share with Had you been left to stay We cannot bring the old days Your hand we cannot But we still have our Of one we loved so much missed by Stephanie and Kathy Kozma 1845 CARDS OF THANKS CURRIE I extend a sincere thank you to all my friends in the community for the honor given me and the presentation made at the Mother's Day Tea recently Lois Curne 1843 THE NOBLEFORD- MONARCH SENIOR SOCIETY express their thanks to everyone who so willingly gave of their time and donations to make the novelty and bake sale in Nobleford such an unqualified success Winners of the raffle were first Mrs I Wray of Lethbridge second Mrs D Havinga of third 0 Peters of Nobleford Winner of the door prize Mrs K Knoch of Monarch 1844 PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE TO ALL SCHOOL ELECTORS Take Notice that The Board of School Trustees of the Pincher Creek St Michael s Roman Catholic Separate School District No 18 intends to request ol the Town of Pincher Creek and the Pincher Creek Municipal District No 9 payment of the sum of Fourteen Thousand Dollars 000 by way of Requisition in the Year 1974 and Fifteen Thousand Dollars in 1975 These Monies exceed by Three Thousand Two Hundred and Thirty-Seven Dollars in 1974 and One Thousand and Two Hundred Dollars 250 in 1975 the Requisition to which it is estimated the Pincher Creek St Michaels Catholic Separate School District No 18 is entitled in 1974 ana 1975 under the Regulations Limiting Requisitions and are required in order are to be used for the following purposes 1 The School District operating deficit covered by Bank Loan in the approximate amount of Forty Five Thousand Dollars 000 may be liquidated 2 Bolster the existing Educational Programs and add Educational Services Such Action by the Board of School Trustees could bear upon your Taxes unless a poll of the Electors of The Pincher Creek St Michael s Roman Catholic Separate School District No 18 in respect of the By-Law here attached is demanded by June 7 1974 then the Board shall Requisition these Monies from the above listed Collecting Authorities in 1974 and 1975 For Details call Pincher Creek St Michaels Roman Catholic Separate School District No 18 at 627-3666 C-100 A BY-LAW RELATING TO OPERATIONAL MONIES WHEREAS it is deemed necessary by the Board of Trustees ol the Pincher Creek St Michael's Roman Catholic Separate School District No 13 of the Province of Alberta THAT the approximate sum of Fourteen Thousand Dollars 000 in 1974 and the approximate sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars 000 in 1975 by way of requisition be requested for payment by the Town of Pincher Creek and Creek Municipal District No 9 in order that the School District operating deficit covered by Bank loans in the approximate amount of Forty-five Thousand Dollars OCO may be liquidated bolster the existing educational programs and add educational services AND whereas this represenls an average increase from year to year m the supplementary requisition of thirty-tour percent or of Three Thousand Two Hundred and Thirty Seven Dollars 237 in 1974 and of approximately One Thousand and Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars in 1975 and WHEREAS the increase from year to year permitted under the Regulations Limiting Requisitions is up to 7 5 per cent per year or up to Ten Thousand Seven Hundred Sixty-Three Dollars 763 m 1974 and up to Eleven Thousand Five Hundred and Seventy Dollars S70 in 1975 THEREFORE the Board of Trustees enacts as follows That the necessary proceedings be taken under the provisions of The School Act and the Regulations Limiting Requisitions to obtain authority to apply a Requisition Esralation Factor of Thirty Four Percent in 1974 and 7 5 percent m 1975 instead of the maximum 7 5 per cent Requisition Escalation Factor permissible under the Regulations Limiting Requisitions Read a First Time This 16 Day of May 1974 Read a Second Time This 16 Day of May 1974 Read a Third Time This 16 Day of 1974 J R GRIEP Chairman E A SOUCY Secretary Minister of Education C101 CARDS OF THANKS LYON We would like to express our sincere thank you to the Community of Barons for the enjoyable farewell party and the lovely gifts and Lois Lyon 1864 MacDOUGALL Many thanks to all the friends and relatives for their kindness during the loss of our sister and aunt. A special thanks to those who visited during her long illness Marjerison Bob and Marie 1888 VAN HORNE We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all friends and relatives who helped in any way during our recent bereavement For those who sent messages of food received and many to the Canadian Cancer Society we are truly grateful Thank you to the pallbearers and to Rev L D Hankmson for his kind words and also to Chnstensen Salmon Funeral Directors for their kindness and help Van Home and family 1863 HARRISON I would like to thank everyone who helped to ease the burden in the loss of my beloved wife Dorothy The Rev Ken Morris and the Rev Keith the ladies of Southmmster United and neighbors who so graciously gave their help with words of and deeds It is most gratifying to have such wonderful people come to the rescue To the doctors and nurses of St Michael's Hospital in Lethbridge and Foothills who cared so tenderly for Dorothy in her days of many thanks Don Harrison 1713-18 PICTURE BUTTE MERCHANTS LADIES' SOFTBALL TEAM wish to thank the following Picture Butte Merchants for their financial support Bank of Nova Scotia Barton Motors Batty Appliances Bill's Welding Bob's Welding and Blacksmith Butte Billiards Butte Car Wash Butte Dairy Butte Dress Shop Butte Hotel Campbell's Hardware Chronik Construction Ltd Circle Wood Products Ed's Dairy Bar Elephant Brand C S F Fletcher's Foodlmer Haney Farms Ltd Harry Watson Farm Supply Helen's Beauty Salon Hormoth Construction Ltd Juris Livestock Ltd Kane Farms Ltd Lee's Palace Otto's Grocery Picture Butte Cleaners Picture Butte Firefighters Prairie Fertilizers Ltd Price's Pharmacy Revelstoke Co Ltd Simon's Bakery Southern Alberta Co-op Treasury Branch Warren Insurance Agencies 1856 THE VAUXHALL VIKING BAND We would like to sincerely thank our supporters for their efforts to make our band trip to Spokane a success The total support of the communities of Hays and Vauxhall assured the success of our fund raising campaign Our thanks go to all of those who contributed time and money to the band Special mention should go to Alberta Department of Youth and Recreation Anglican Band Parents' Bassett the J P Eastern Enchant A P T G Forchuk Jr Gem Land Bert M P S S Wm Loewen's McNiven Okuma and Tashiro Pak Well T J parents of band R C M P R E Shalom Teen G R A Speaker ML A The Smith Family Band J H Tajin Town of D A Vauxhall Kinsmen Vauxhall Lions Vauxhall P T A Vauxhall Variety Store A special thank you to any one who was omitted from the above list. 1842 OLDEST AIRLINE Konmklijke Luchtvaart Maatschaapij of the Netherlands opened the first scheduled air service in 1920 between Amsterdam and London Chrysler Soviets condemn school slaughter recall cars DETROIT General Motors and Chrysler announced Friday recall campaigns involving more than vehicles of the 1973-and 1974- model years Both said there had been no accidents or injuries resulting from the defects. Chrysler announced two re- call campaigns involving passengers cars. Involved are Imperial and Chrysler New Yorker Brougham two-door including in built from last September through and Plymouth Plymouth Dodge Dart and Dodge Coronet and Charger passenger including 219 in equipped with column shift automatic transmissions. In the first the clip which retains the folding seat- back may become disengaged and the seat could collapse backwards In the other vehicles may have a defective trans- mission control lever Because steel in the lever did not meet it may have cracked or become brittle when Chrysler said TRUCKS RECALLED TOO In the GM owners of about current model Chevrolet Chevrolet and CMC light-duty trucks Woman killed in accident A Calgary woman was killed Friday night and three persons were injured in a head-on automobile collision on Highway 3 near about 85 miles west of Lethbridge The driver of the westbound in which the woman was. is in critical condition at Foothills Hospital in Calgary The two occupants of the eastbound vehicles are m fair condition Tory plans another try TORONTO Stephen chairman of Demson Mines Ltd and top-spending candidate in the 1972 federal said Friday he will again seek the Progressive Conservative nomination in the federal York North riding Mr defeated in the riding by Liberal incumbent Barnett Danson m spent on his campaign about more than the next highest spender Mr Danson was parliamentary assistant to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau at the time Arbitration warning TORONTO Federal Labor Minister John Munro warned Friday against forcing _ compulsory in unresolved labor disputes Earlier this week he told the Canadian Labor Congress convention in Vancouver that workers should have the right to strike matter how strikes may be to the country. the state takes away that it'll encourage civil disobedience of our he told a nomination meeting of the Parkdale Liberal Association Minister of State Stanley Haidasz was renominated without contest Tar level authority WASHINGTON The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission said today it lacks authority and jurisdiction to set man- datory tar levels for cigarettes The commission had been requested by the American Public Health Association and Senator Frank Moss to promulgate a rule to ban cigarettes from sale in interstate commerce as a hazardous substance within the terms of the Federal Hazardous Substances Act and 1973-and 1974-model CMC motor homes are being asked to return them to dealers for inspection GM said in- cluding 737 in may have a hood latching plate out of position which could affect operation of the hood latch secondary safety catch. About light-duty including 371 in are being recalled for a check of the front suspension with about 500 suspected to have defective bolts installed at the upper control arm. Loss of steering control could result GM also is notifying some owners of 1973 and 1974 motor homes their vehicles need replacement of the accelerator linkage and rear wheel bearings A spokesman for General Motors of Canada Ltd in Ont said these vehicles are not sold through Canadian dealerships but about 37 are known to be operating in Canada. Ukrainian historian brutalized TORONTO Valentyn the Ukrainian historian sentenced in 1970 to nine years imprisonment for his criticism of the Soviet is being brutalized in says a former Soviet prisoner Anatoly spent 10 years in prison after being caught trying to flee the Soviet Union in 1962 Released in he emi- grated to Israel and now is on a speaking tour of Canada He said he was shocked at what tenure had done to Mr Moroz was very his eyes sunk and his skin was greenish in color Mr Radygin said it was cus- tomary for prison authorities to place hardened criminals in the same cell with Mr and many often beat up the historian is in a state of com- plete exhaustion and on the verge of said Mr Radygin MOSCOW The Soviet Union has condemned the taking of children as hostages in the Arab guerrilla raid on the Israeli school at while blaming Israel for the deaths of some of them. attack of the Israeli military on the as well as the taking of children as is gravely condemned by world said the official Tass news agency UNRESERVED AUCTION To it tht Farm of W. C. ALBERTA 1 mile 2 and 1 south ol Orion. Watch for signs. May 23.1 a.m. Lunch served by Manyberries 4-H Terms Cash SUPPORT YOUR 4-H. Attend Hit and Dlttrict 4-H Show and Sale June 1974 at Hat Livestock Medicine Hat 2135 Industrial Massey Ferguson frontend bucket and 6 bale L A Case tractor rubber and built-in 1972 Chevrolet Vt ton miles 14 ft Cockshutt 430 combine with 8 ft Melroe pick-up SWATHER AND No 34 Massey Ferguson swather ft very good cond 124 Massey Ferguson baler only for 4000 ft Gulkm rod weeders 33 ft Robin gram auger 8 h.p AEN Wis- consin 12 ft gram auger with electric Dan User post driver for 3 pt post hole digger for.3 pt 8 ft 3 pt hitch 2 bottom 3 pt hitch John Deere R manure spreader 1 Pinto saddle black Welsh saddle horse Case hydraulic ton 500 gal fuel tank and 500 gal double compt fuel tank and 200 gal water 1935 Dodge 50 Honda 90 Honda motor- 3000 Watt Leland Wagner generator 40 000 BTU natural gas CPR platform CPR freight tractor radio 1Vz water pump 150 cement 2 old 1 wide gauge 6 chop 2 large hay x 12 self 2 steel hoppers on bench 20 gal propane bottle calf snow water posts barb corral rails and 8000 400 Ibs of Alfalfa antique Hudson Bay roll top desk 3 radio record player combi- nation PLUS MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. Plan to Attend Weekly Livestock Sales at Hat Livestock Auction Co Ltd. Subject to Addition- or Deletions Schlenker Auction Service LIMITED OFFICE LOCATED AT HAT LIVESTOCK AUCTION No 3 Medicine Alberta OFFICE MANAGER JIM SCHLENKER 527-7376 WYNN STURM ALLEN SCHACHER PHONE 527-2814 BRENT SCHLENKER STAN PAHL Cashier ALTA SASK. BONDED ALBERT BOSCHEE Clerk Profit planning with TD Farm-Pac TD Farm-Pac is a package of financial including line-of-credit a variety of loans to meet your specific and low-cost farm loan insurance. Your local Toronto Dominion Bank Manager will show you how TD Farm-Fac can work for you He's supported by a team of Agrologists available to help with farm management problems He'll help you reorganize your farm finances using TD Farm- so that loan decisions can be based on sound financial planning and your farm's cash flow Drop in at your nearest Toronto Dominion Bank and pick up your TD Farm-Pac kit See how TD Farm-Pac can help you plan for your profit and for your future. TORONTO DOMINION the bank Mitrt pi opU makt. the difference ;