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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta N.v.mb.r 13, 1971 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD 28 PUBLIC PUBLICJjOTICES CHOUSE FOR SALE TENDERS BY TENDER Modern 3 bedroom house with gas furnace In Barons. To Inspect phone Barons 737-37-H. Send lenders to P.O. Box 1200, Calgary, Alberta. NOTICE ihe main entrance In tha Ciinatjinn Legion tiuildlncj. Blue- nti are available at Ihe office of GD-.eral Manager, Legion Build- furlher in'orm B I I 0 n t conlact N31 TO OF COALDALE i AMBULANCE SERVICE SEPTIC TANK SERVICE j ______________ SEPTIC his custome that f.r flnd operator 01 lank Service and that any parson or company offering 8 service under the ndine of Coaldale beplic Tank Sfir- i vice or Nick Strazza othor thnn Mr. j- Mick Straira himself Is dolnti so im- properly and wilhoul legal aulhoniy. Signed, Air.trta Mick Strazza I N34 I REQUIRED to provide Ambulance tlie area tervcd by Ihe i Hospital arc now Anyone interested in )nis servicr- is requested rjir prnpr-sals in Mry Treasurer, Town i, P.O. Box 1000, Clarcsh; r' before 12 noon, Nov. 19, AND CLAIMANTS the Estate of BENJAMIN GEL- lloTICEVhat all persons hav- ing claims upon Ihe Eslale ol Ihe above named must file lte by the 1311) day of December, AD. a lull statement ol their claim! a.ill ol securities held by mem. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Lethbridqe, Alberta Solicitors for the Ex NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS wale cf ALBERT EDWARD .'IS Ian ol the City cl Lcthbrldje, cf '.'.'ho (lied ?7ih day cl October, A.D. 1'71- NOTICE that all persons hf.v- of the alcove Cards Of JW Mystery murder ilfilm scheduled i BIRTHS BARVA Mr. and Mrs. Allan Barva wish to announce (he birlh of their (laughter, Leannc Renec, 7 Ibs. 5 ozs., horn October 22. 1971, in St. Michael's Hospital. Insured. 3239 upon the rsl. v.-illi the 13th day cf DecemtKrr by the i iwi. a lull '.tatement ih irrs rl Et'curllles by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS ;oi Canada Trus! Building, rjndce, Aliierla for the Administrator. _ SEAIILK Sliirlcy and A1 Searle are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, Kiin- herley Anne, 7 Ihs., 3 born in the Municipal Hospital Wed- nesday, November 10, 1971, p.m. Insured. 3207 I c- DEATHS PROVINCE OF AtBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS mill be -C- by the undersigned up 'p II su loRUTHERENEW HIGHWAY BRIOGE OVER THF PEACE RIVER NhnR mimalely 7.3M cubic yard! of NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS estate cf THOMAS ERVJIfJ i'h the the Ifjlh cl December a D 1571. ,1 lull stalc-meol cf Ihei: cir.d rf rrcurities held I'V them DAVIDSON WILLIAMS end Solirilors 20! Csnnda Trust Building Solicitors 'for the Executors. DEATH DcGUERRE Passed away in the city on Friday, Novem- ber 12, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mr. James Button DC- Guerre, at the. ago of 97 years, well-known retired business- man of this city and beloved husband of Mrs. Bessie Do- Gusrre of 410 A 5th St. Born tr.d raised in Oxbridge, Ontario, the late Mr. bridge in 191111 and looked after a homestead at Foremost for several years. In 1910 he open- ed his own tailor shop (where Cleaners is now lo- which he operated un- til retiring in 1939. Over the years Mr. DcGuerre was well- known by the citizens of Lcth- bridgc as The Tailor, hav- ing been the agent for such CARD OF THANKS LOWEN Tile family of the ,ate Abraham Lowcn wish to express their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the doctor and the nurses on the medical floor at Taber Hospital for the excellent care he received white there; also a sincere thank you to all our friends, neigh-1 bors and relatives for calls, cards and flowers sent in our emonanis IN MEMORIAMS STEVENSON 1" loviriS 1 m e r (Jreek-Cypriot guerrilla LOWEN Tile family of the m'cmory of a dear mother and known for his spectacular late Abraham Unven wish to grandmother, Alice Hcva Ste-; prison escapes. ...--.-net- their iiMr-tfflt ihjinks nv.'av No- The movie, savs the magazine NICOSIA, Cyprus Reports here say Jean Paul Bel- mondo will star in a movie abort, the mystery murder of Polycarpos Gcorgadjis, a for venson, who passed away vcinber 14, 1968. Gone, but not forgotten The movie, says the magazine Okosmos Simcra, will he di- rected by Costa Gavras, who Gone, but not forgotten. reeled by cosia uavias _Evcr remembered and sad- Uron an Academy Award for X, I he- man K missed by Harding and hi, controversial film which ancedGete to hi ly missed by Harding and Mary, grandchildren, Harl- ing jr., Jo-Anne and Slnrl junta to silence him en their alleged involvement in the plot. LONDON (AP) Stanley Holloway, the Cockney come- dian who played Alfred P. Do- liltle in My Fair Lady, is re- turning to the London stage for the first time in 12 years. a .sprightly 81 ;ang and lurch on Holloway old. flnl-rn ItlP 1'lte IU1 IJ'i- CUIUS nvnvi.i Cuo re ewe west to Lein- bereavement; also a spe c i a I HAIiSANY In of a Gun ie can.c Rcv Menno Bcr. husbal.d and father. Alex gen and Rev. Henrj' l-'nruh, Harsany, who passed away No- and all those who brought food ycmbcr 14, ISim. and hehicd in any way. It is sad to walk the rocd alone, instead of side by side, his controversial mm wnicn ue- n.o-1-.-. noraiced the involvement of Time when he was K! made his London stage debut m ui-i- Next February, he comes back in the David Ambrose play Siege, about a prime minister, a riphtist Greek army officers in 31C2 j (he 1964 slaying of left-wing leg- Lo'.vcn family To all there comes a moment j in a field near Nicosia a w islalcr Grogoris Lambrakis. The magazine savs Gavras i- has been in touch with Gecrgad- former prime minister and iis's voung widow, Fotini, about j servant in a London men s club. Ihe film, which will be shot in i sen-anlJMloway s part. Cyprus early next year. Gcorgadjis, former interior j minister, was found shot dead steals the show LOS ANGEL IT. S (AP) Tip Top Tailors. Among his other business interests, he was a partner in the original Capitol Thea'.re Co., the Hen- derson Lake Pavilion and Leth- bridge Amusements Ltd. Pre- deceased by three sisters and one brother, he is survived by his loving wife, Bessie and sev- eral nieces and nephews. The AND CLAIMANTS ol FRANK ROYSTOW j i the list day cf HODGE Passed away in the city on Saturday, Novem- _.....__ __o_.._ her 13, 1971, following a lengthy as Leishman's and illness, Mrs. Annie Annan Hedge, at the age cf 78 years, beloved wife of Mr. William B. (Bill) Hodge of 1423 3rd Ave. N. The funeral service will he held on Tuesday, November 16, 1971 at p.m. in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. G. R. Easter officiating. Interment ciai ........_.... will follow in the family plot funcral sen-ice was held on in Archmount Memorial Gar- satul-day at a.m. in Mar- dens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., 'lm Bros. TRADITIONAL Directors of Funeral Service. CHAPEL. 812 3 Ave. South, 08519 i with A. T. King officiating. Cre- mation followed. Those who IN MEMORIAMS i y011 gave us years of happi- MERVVN In loving memory of Millard Field v e r remembered o y Gordon. Gladys, Douglas and Dcbra Field. ness, and B u t you left then came sorrow Makario.s 18 months ago. made by Cecil B. DeMille, is n-emowc wil, treasure r Photo naa ma.siei -nnntiuu LJJU mltion aUcmpt and was killed arc c Fridaj m the r! resources lo perform inn ileocsll a One hundred D.lLrs (SIM 00) will be required If' "o'-h ri-iv ol Contract and Wen. Each bid must M hv a marked cheque or bond equjl t' of fhder. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or lender net necessarily accepted L H. McManus DEPUTY MINISTER OFnnnT HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA PUBLIC SAIE OF LANDS (THE TAX RECOVERY ACT, R.S.A. 1970) MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF TABER NO. 14 SUITSO Passed away in the city on Thursday. Novem- ber 11, 1971, following a brief illness, August Suilso, al the age of 80 years, beloved father ot Mrs. Karin Erdman, of 1115 17th St. A South. The funeral service will be held on Mon- A a day. at p.m. in Martin Ihe Executor. Bl'OS. TRADITIONAL C1IAP- _______________________.'. EL. vitb Pastor W. F. Schoepp NDTirF TO CREDITORS officiating. Interment will fol- NUIILt IU )he Mom trin Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- 'Bros. TRADITIONAL wish may donate to the Mul- tiple Sclerosis Fund, care o f Mrs T. Hodgcson, Unit 203. 13th St. N. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C8521 HARSANY In loving mem-1 ory of a clear son and brother, Alex, who passed away Novem- ber 14. 1SGS. say. "Don't cry. I'm only wailing, we'll meet again some i day. loved and sadly missed" by his wile, Emma j and his children. Craig, Bonnv Jcannic, and Randy. 3209 dants, also DcMillc's last. As a drama coach she tu- tored such personalities as Na- nette Fabray and Douglas Fair- banks Sr. AND CLAIMANTS II' THE "UP.ROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the estate of KATHERINE BARB- ARA PITTMAN, late ol the Village of the Province of Alberta who died cn the day cf August, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE lha Intl claims upcn the estate cf the above named must file the undersigned solicitors by the 131h day cf Decern- ber 1971, S full statement of tndr cloin-5 and cf sccuriiie? bv thcri. RICE, MACLEAN BABK1, Canadian Imperial Bant; of Commorce Buildinq, Lelfibricicie, Albert, CARDS OF THANKS F-XRRIES 1 wish to thank my doctors and the nurses aid staff of Michael's Hosp 1 for the wonderful care 1 ie ceived while a patient t.heie Also many thanks to my frierrs and relatives for their praycib cards, nowers and visits. NEW YORK (AP) Come- i dian Charlie Manna, who gained fame in 19G1 with a skit about ,v............ n o ian astronaut refused to go His ways and smU- OHAMA j S i Arc a pleasure to recall: cry of Kimi known to most of j I He was -L He had a kindly word fo. us as who passed j M popular both w 3 each. j in Brooks, Alia., Nov. lo, j 1NDIO Cah AP. Come- hfc dub gnd cn. And died beloved by all. 1935. dmn hcd Ske cn has fllcd tertaincr. was a regular guest -Lovin-lv remcmbrrcd. sad-i Our dear mother, grand-, divorce from the wie to vihom cn major tclovision lv missed bv mom and dad. mother and gi-cat grandmoth- he once said he had written a j including the Ed Sulli- 5V-lcrs, Isabelle and family, j er. i daily love letter for more than Jack parf inhnp ind familv Just a Praver from ihosc 20 years. h Jolane and a !prayer from lhose who -j think truthfully that eveo- Pucccssfu1 rou- t a prayer from those who think truthfully that every- lovcd vow one siiuuld do the same, even if 1 loved you one siiuuld do the same, even il -n j Just a memory fond and true. its no more than saying "i love ist successful rou- in a hit record j OHM a iwi.v. in i.u ---c- -_ nailed Manna Overbnr.rd, in- 7GOR! II C-In loving mem- in Our hearts you will live you" to someone, the twice- an wbo twk a orv of my dear forever. married Skelion once told an in- j book ,paceship mother, Maria. Because we thought the world tcrvinver. How does the otner hj cravons 1 of you ;pereon know what keeps that i 'Cell us. atn CHAPEL. SI2 3 Avenue S., i parries, phone 328-2361. (Courtesy park- ing at the rear of MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. the Eexcutor: N33 HUCKMAX Passed at Lcthbridge on Thursday, No- vember 11. 1971, Dollie, of Vauxhal'. at the age of 83 I wish to th ink the doctors of the Camphc 1 C8320 i anti the nurses and s ft i of the Lethbridge Jlunic: >al awaj' Hospital for the excellent caic I received while a patient then, also many thanks to my wonder- No District cf' offer for sale by at the municipal office, Taber Albprtfl on Thursday, the 15th flay of November, 1971, nl o'clock in Ihe pMernoon, the cf Soc. Sec. Tp. Rqe. M. Arw p; S E 30 10 13 lii.E. T' 13 f 159.15 v 1SB.41 60.00 3KOO yeans. She mairied al Terril, Iowa. 30. 1903. They operated a general store at Spokane before moving to Suf- field, Alberta in 1511. In 1927, they moved lo Vnuxhall where they farmed until retirement to town in 1953, Predeceased RE: ZONING BY LAW j by her husband Envin. Sep- NO. 2750 tember 10. 1957. Survivors in- Tne following applications elude one son. James, Calgary: two daughters. Mrs. Rhea -Schoening, Victoria, B.C. and Mrs. Mary Yawney, Rossland, B.C.; seven grand-children and six great grandchildren. Fu- neral services will be conduct- ful and "thoughtful neighbours and friends for their visits, flowers and cards, Mitzin. t by cn Nove------- 75-97B Imperial 0.. operaled pumps ana drivevays U11 2 Avenui Any person Effecied hy tt cision may aopeal such necisicn 1he Develonmcnl Appeal Bc-iro by a id 'de- I :C v.. cf T. 163-S-URi nf T 105-0-1 Bll M f f, n "C. -f T. 23-A-7J) C. 'cf' T. 97-D-llJl C.'cf T. BS-L-fioJ rC T 126-F-B) V'i '5 !C cf T. 63-T-lfiS) S.1.'.'.1 i 3 u -C rf 1. 106-Y-12D 'n c :i 1.1 T. 11B-7-5SI T. 1ll-'.V-13B> 4 from Humphries Funeral of appcat ic roach ihe office o! j chapel. Taber on Monday, No- i 160 00! City Clerk in Ihe Cify Hall not later than November 5-1, 'DEVELOPMENT OFFICER. f n n {who pass a w a y Novem- be- 13. 1964. A silent thought, a little prayer Knowing y o u are in God's care. ard al- remembered by her ni Catherine, Ed and 3l05 by Cana and Toss ar.d familj there can be no ana loss ana i imi w Grace and fona and family unhappincss and divorce court. K.iirky and K i n g o and 11 had a divorce, and I didn't family i like I Barbara. George ard family In addilicn to love letters, WINTERS In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grandmother, Ruby Winters, who passed away November JONES I wish to thank the doctors of the Hunt Clinic, nurses and staff of the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital for the wonderful care given me; also to my family, relatives and friends for the beautiful flowers, cards and gifts and to those who visited me while hospitalized and who brought food to my home. It was so much appreciated. Mabel Jones j 3246 14. I960. All the love you gave us in happy bygone days. The comfort cf your presence in days of joys and tears. Every sacrifice you had to make along the path you trod As the countdown continued, the astronaut insisted his hook would be useless without cra- yons and fimlly shouted, "I ain't going anywhere without .uiii i WCCKS later when astro- Fusako. Albert and family Skelton and his wife said they Alan B shcpard prepared .lone. Sonny and family gave each other valentines on Mae and Nup Moriyama j each of the for Uie first American manned space mission, his doctor handed him a box of crayons. Said Shepard later: "That was a real tension breaker." alld ramiiy. j ruary and Christmas gifts on A memorial church service I each of the first 25 days of De- (Hiohircnki) will be held at Lcthbridge Hompa Buddhist cember. Skelton filed Tliursday in Su- ijcuiui -f i uu juiiui. church this Sundav at 3 p.m.. perior Court a petition for disso- Reverend Nawara'mura offici- j lution of his 215-year marriage j ating. Those who knew grand- to the former Georgia Maureen ma please offer a prayer. Davis. his own' way SEPARATED IN AUGUST Each in his own word The petition says Uu, Let us bow oar heads and I and his wife separated Aug. pray. I Under California law she has 30 3247 days in which to contest Uie di-, [OUT TEACHING STAFF More than vocation-ag- n of T. 158-97 j 16300'NOTICE TO CREDITORS 140.00 155. ft? I 1M.44 l 160.00 I 155.36 I 163.00 AND CLAIMANTS IN THF. SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERM ALBERTA JUDICIAL O'STFMCT OF I FTHBRIDC-F .1 tho cstal- cl (also known a held ill the Raymond Third I cere thank you lo Reverend Ward Chapel on 'Monday. No-j James Chapman, lo the ladies vomhcr 15th al 111 a.m.', wilh of Ihe Central Church of Chnsl who contributed and served the lunch and to many rclali'es mid friends for the cards, food. flowers and thoughtful aels of kindness, sympalhy and hcln off on hands, facia and beards. C8518 I! is sad to walk the road alone, instead of side hy side. To all there conies a niomcr.t, when the way of lite divides. You gave me years of happi- ness, then came sorrow and tears. But you left me beautiful memories 1 will treasure ffjrlHlS player when he married her in! will on eUd.Urt'ttl j'Ol-eVer )o Winnipeg Wednesday to of- ficiate at the opening of the Roland Michencr Arena in Transcona. Man. While in Win- nipeg, they will bo guests of i Lt. Gov! William John Mc- Keag and McKeag. Tlie Gitvenior-GeiU'ral and his wife will arrive at the Vancou- ver International Airport Thurs- day at 3 p.m. local time. 'hie vice regal couple win j be in Bumabyf B.C.. Friday I TORONTO (OP) Thousands j where they will visit the British I o f Toronto-area youngsters i Columbia Institute of Teehnol- otjv-.v j otii tojiay to welcome -t and (lie centennial project truly mamiJlU. j Sama Claus and" a mile of his hi" Heritage Park. They will i friends who marched through also attend a banqnol fit Fort I the area. hangley. j The occasion was the annual1 Saturday they wiil in Santa Clatts parade, held under; Victoria where they will he i cloudy skies but with tempera- guests of Lt. Gov. J. R. Nich- Mures in thn low 40s. olson and Mrs. Nicholson. La- The parade, described by or- j ter that day, Ihe Governor-Gen- i gani.'ers as Ihe best ever since era! will present new colors to j ihe first one was held back in Ihe Princess Patricia's Cana- 1'KIS. featured ma.ior floals. i dian Light Infantry at Work for: H inililarj- or high school j Point Barracks before visiting 7157 n .ran through the years. inspiration and comfort F.ach time 1 sc? your phnio. v.jn, pair. Kasy em ninol m- Se other'' bands, and' 1.000 march- United Service Institute. vm as Nov> PXC( v., ,s pa. you seem to smile and hroidery and erass-slilch worthy say. Don't Of (he more interesting _ i lencies will visit the. inst.illa- Hons of the British Columbia Forest Products in Vii-to- ils 0( framing for dining room. Pat- 1 hound. His tail wiggled, his eyes ria. The following day they will 't cry. I'm only waiting, transfer of 2 panels moved, and he produced dog- tour Nanaimo and Port Alborni we will meet again some- 9i, x ip" each. i like noises. where they will visit the Mao- OUlor nursery jjiilan Blocdel Mill, retiirnins characters (0 Ottawa Wednesday, Nov. 2-1. ns Dumpty. Cin- day. rrvrs loved, remembered! SKVKNH MM'. I-..M- and sadly missed hy your I (coins! for each pattern wife. cenls Ifor each pattern for in the Shoo, the i i mailing and special rips SMOKF11S lo i Goose. Dino the lironlosaurus si, g" A repor, shows ngarcl.c con- i THK LKTHBRIDGE IIEHALD t'. "vn-ian STkon Jaquish; sump.'on in West Pakis-an has Headers Ma and Ada Osing. more than doubled in the last 28M-13h eight years. Toronto 1, Otnano Deaths Yesterday Hy THE CANADIAN I'lil'SS inn .-.mine Simon. Mayor. ,0, The parade was carried live M o n I r e a 1 Krench-Iangiiage I nationally on Ihe CBC and CTV sports writer and member of I television networks. I Canada's Sports Hall of nine. ;