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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Nevtmbwr 1t73 HwaM 3S I In Memoriams I Liberal talent Cards Of Thanks DEATHS BROOMFIELD passed away in Raymond on November at the age of 87 beloved sister of R. M. Broomfield of Stavely. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C5724 HEGGIE passed away in Raymond on November at the age 74 beloved brother of Robert and Albert and Mrs. Albert Ralph all of Raymond.. Funeral Services will be announced when com- pleted. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. C5723 TRAPP Passed away in the city on November following a lengthy Mr. Alfred Walter Trapp at.the age of 70 years from Barons. Survivors include two Mrs. Kroshinsky of Mrs. Florence McLeod of two Paul G. Trapp and Herman R. Lethbridge. He was predeceased by two sisters and one brother. The funeral service was held on November in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. with Pastor W. Schoepp officiating. Inter- ment followed in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. C5721 SMITH November at Mrs. Lillie Mary Blanche aged 88 formerly of Pioneer Fort widow of the late Marion Francis belov- ed mother of Mr.' Venal H. 922 2 Calgary and Mr. Harold Red Alberta. She is also survived by six grandchildren and nine great- grandchildren. Mrs. Smith was predeceased by her June 3. 1944. Born at Gent Lions she came to Canada in 1917 to Alberta and resided at Granum and district since. Parishioners and friends kind- ly meet for prayers at St. Augustine Catholic p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St Augustine p.m. Interment family Granum Cemetery. LEYDEN'S FUNERAL HOMES Directors of Services. C5720 PUBLIC NOTICES IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of LUCILLE late of the City of in the Province of Widow. who died on the 10th day of August. A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 26th day of A.D. 1973 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them OFFET CARLETON Barristers and Solicitors P 0 Box 728 324 7th Street South Alberta being Solicitors for the Administrator. N49 NOTICE OF AMENDED HEARING DATES BOARD OF REVIEW ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN THE PROVINCIAL COURTS OF ALBERTA TAKE NOTICE that the Board of Review established to review the ad- ministration ol justice in the Provin- cial Courts of will hold hearings at the Court House or Provincial building at the following on the dates hereinafter set out commencing at 10.00 o'clock In the morning with the exception of Lac La Blche where the hearings will commence at o'clock in the Lac La Blche November 1973 St. Paul November 29th 1973 Lethbridge December 1973 Medicine Hat December 1973 Anyone wishing to make a submis- sion should immediately advlw the Board of their intention and provide the Board with a copy of their brief or a summary of their proposed representation at least ten days before the sittings commence at the place where they intend to make their representation. JAMES L. LEWIS Board of 3036 Law Courts 1-A Sir Winston Churchill Square. Alberta T5J OR'2 N76 DEATHS MARTIN November Robert aged 56 beloved husband of Mrs. Betty 915 104 Ave. Calgary. Services at the United November 30 at 2 with Rev. William Julian officiating. In lieu of donations may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation. VULCAN FUNERAL in charge of arrangements. C5719 SLOAN Kay 63 passed away following a lengthy illness in B.C. He leaves to his loving wife Gladys A. a daughter Marilyn Reagh of Kelowna and a son Dexter of Vancouver and seven his Mrs. Grace K. Sloan of Card- four Mrs. R. S. Eldredge of Salt Lake Mrs. Mark K. Allen of Mrs. F. D. Smith of Carmangay and Mrs. Henry Sprague of Granada five Cecil J. of Reid J. of Salt Lake Max K. of William K. of St. Utah and Gilbert K. of San Calif. Mr. Sloan was born in Alberta and educated in the schools of southern Alberta. He farmed and had interest in other businesses. He lived here until 1958 when they mov- ed to Vancouver. Funeral ser- vices were conducted Wednes- day November 28 at by Bishop Ken McLean of the First Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 4833A HAAVARDSRUD Passed away suddenly in the city on November Mr. John Haavardsrud at the age of 68 beloved hus- band of Mrs. Kay Haavardsrud of No. 7 2302 6th Avenue S. raised and educated in the late Mr. Haavardsrud came to Canada in settling in Medicine Hat area at Walshe and then moving to Medicine Hat in 1945. He served with the RCAF prior to this and in 1949 he moved to where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one of Pincher Creek and one grandson and several sisters and brothers in Norway. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13 St. with Mr. Win. Calderwood officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703-13 St. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS.-LTD. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C5722 IN MEMORIAMS CZIRJAK In loving memory of a dear John who passed away November 1969. remembered by his loving Katalin Czir- jak. 4790 JOHNSON In loving memory of a dear father and who pass- ed away November 1971. No length of time can take away Our thoughts of you from day to day. Though you are always Still still still very dear. remembered and sadly missed by and Darcy. 4793 CHIBA In loving memory of a dear son and who passed away November 1961. A cluster of beautiful memories Sprinkled with a million tears. Wishing God had spared him For many more years. This day we do And loving thoughts we give. To the one no longer with But in our hearts still lives. If angels keep their watch up God. just let him know That we down here do not forget We love and miss him so. remembered by mom and dad. Bryan and Bren- da. 4792 IN MEMORIAMS JOHNSON In loving memory of a dear who passed away November 1971. Gone but never It's a lonely life without And sad has been the For life at home is not the Since you were called away. remembered and sadly missed by his loving Myrtle. 4795 PARASCAK In loving memory of a dear who passed away November 1960. Just a prayer from those who loved you Just a memory fond and true. In my heart you will live forever. Because I thought the world of you. Ever loved and remembered by Grandma Margaret. 4809 PARASCAK In loving memory of a dear son and who passed away November 1960. We shall hear his voice in that mighty throng. His footsteps in the streets of The same sweet smile will be upon his As we saw in the days of old. The angels will sing a sweet refrain. On that glad day when we shall meet again. remembered by and brother. X4016 JOHNSON In loving memory of a dear grand- who passed away November 1971. They say that time will ease the And help us to But time so far has only How much we miss you yet. We miss your your your The things you used to We miss the happy times we've But mostly we miss you. remembered by his son Lorraine and grandchildren. 4794 HOUSLEY In loving memory of a dear mother and. Jennie who passed away Nov. 1972. One year has since sad It was God's will that you should not stay A million words cannot ex- press Our sadness and loneliness. remembered with love and fondness by your husband son Louis and daughter Colleen and grandchildren. 4791 CARDS OF THANKS BARTOSEK We wish to express our sincere thanks to our nurses in the operating room and Pediatrics for the excellent care given o.ur baby while a patient and Rose Mary Bar- tosek 4787 DELMARK A loving considerate and helpful friends and neighbors are the dearest of assets in time of need. Our re- cent incapacities have proven we have these for which we are eternally grateful. Our most sincere thanks to all of these people as well as the doctors and nurses of the Campbell Father and the Staff of St. Michael's and Auxiliary hospitals. and Mary Delmark 4785 ORCUTT A sincere thank you to our family and friends for all the cards and good wishes on our Golden Anniversary. A special thank you to the Eastern Star ladies for serving and to our own children for making this possible. It was wonderful to have so many of the family and friends help us celebrate this happy occasion. Wishing you all a Happy Holiday Albert and Opal Alberta. 4788 amazes Trudeau OTTAWA Ex- cluding far more enthusiasm than usual. Prime Minister Trudeau completed 13 hours of discussions with his parliamentary caucus late Saturday and said he was amazed with the amount of ideas and displayed by the members. mood was really he shortly after he had been given a standing ovation by the 150 MPs and Senators who attended the special weekend caucus. Other MPs were equally enthusiastic as they filed through the double doors that sealed off their secret dis- cussions Friday night and Saturday. there was a concensus on any one said a was that we shouldn't worry about com- promising with any other par- ty. In other we said 'to hell with the The New Democratic which holds the balance of power between the minority Liberals and the official op- position in has voted with the government on most key issues so far in this session. NOT IMPRESSED are not impressed by their the NDP threats -of defeating us over the energy said one MP. dif- ficult to imagine the NDP and the Tories getting together on this issue to vote against A communique issued after the caucus this is not nor- mally done said that members acknowledged the fact that the minority govern- ment has during its first year the uncertainty is now dis- the parliamentary caucus will face with deter- mination the coming session of the 29th The special weekend meeting was said the communique the in- sistance of the prime It was considered as a follow-up to last weekend' long cabinet meeting in the Gatineau Hills Edmonton told to reorganize EDMONTON An American urban planner says with a population approaching Edmonton has an increasing number of citizens unable to participate in municipal government. Dr. Stanley Hallett of Chicago says one solution to the problem of cities that are too large is to reorganize them into communities of 000 to people where the individual can have some im- pact. He told an urban affairs conference that the modern industrial city has failed and that its environmental and social problems are obvious. The northwestern university professor said today's cities were shaped by a century devoted to the production of wealth. But with North American cities now moving into an era where the concentration is on the administration of there is hope for the future of urban centres. Dr. Hallett advocated citizens should be in on the .planning process at the beginning of any new urban development. The urban managers and professionals have in the past joined to work against the preventing him from getting the information necessary to participate in decisions. Dr. Hallett said. But new alliances are such as the professionals and citizens against the managers in the ecology movement. And managers and citizens are working against professionals such as doctors and teachers who say that all that is needed to solve problems is to pump more money into their in- stitutions. CARD OF THANKS FETTIG I wish to ex- press my gratitude to my doc- tors and the nurses and staff on 4th Floor at Municipal Hospital for the care given and to the good friends and relatives for the flowers and cards. Thanks to the ministers of the various churches for their thoughtful visits. Fettig 4786 when the ministers were said to have taken a broad look ahead at the next session of expected to begin in January. One reason for the said the was that may be assured that the govern- ment program will reflect as closely as possible the needs and hopes of HAVE BIG IDEAS Mr. Trudeau told reporters that caucus members tended grasp for the big type of idea which responds to Liberal philosophies and will play a massive role in the next Speech from the The cabinet will meet again Wednesday night to consider the caucus views in framing the program for the next session. is obviously more input from the back bench members this said an MP. cabinet seemed genuinely interested in what we had to Some members came with mimeographed presentations about how the party should face the next session. Some mentioned specific such as more northern oil greater emphasis on income a more obvious attack on higher and the need for additional winter programs to battle unemployment. think most MPs had suggestions to make about the so-called 'high profile said a member. certainly gave the cabinet enough food for and the prime minister was left in no doubt that we feel the even in its minority should not be Mr. Trudeau said the caucus had its sense of purpose for the Throne Speech and for the months to STARS MAY but teen-age fans go on forever. Once Frank Sinatra and the Beatles were the objects of screaming now it's the American Osmond brothers attracting a crowd for a London concert. Some battled for the tickets available. Bobbies made two arrests. Troubled Greek history By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here is a chronology of significant political developments in Greece in the last six April A group of colonels overthrow the civilian government headed by Premier Panayotis Cariellopculos. Democratic government is suspended. Dec. King Con- stantine tries a coup against the new military led by George Papadopoulos. The revolt fails and the king flees to Italy the next day. Sept. A referen- dum approves the junta's con- stitution setting up a national council to rule Greece. June now abolishes the monarchy and proclaims himself president of the new republic. July A referen- dum approves the republic and Papadopoulos as its president. Constantine calls the vote a and shameful Aug. Papadopoulos is sworn in as president. Next day the government approves his decree granting amnesty to 300 persons jailed on political charges. Martial law is lifted and civil liberties are restored. Papadopoulos promises elections and a return to parliamentary government. Nov. Students demonstrate in Athens protesting the arrest of five persons in anti-government riots that followed a memorial service for former premier George Papandreou. Nov. Students barricade themselves inside Athens Polytechnic Institute. They broadcast demands for the resignation of Papadopoulos. Unrest spreads to Salonica and Patras. Nov. Students clash with Athens police in street demonstrations. They appeal for general uprising against government. Some workers join the protests. Nov. Army troops and police crash into the Polytechnic Institute and end the sit-in. Papadopoulos decrees martial law and im- poses a curfew on Athens. Police say the riots have left four persons dead. Nov. The armed forces are placed on alert. Sporadic unrest continues in the day but dies out after night-time curfew goes into effect. Scores of students are reported arrested. Nov. Athens curfew is lifted. Streets are calm. Nov. Rightists oust Papadopoulos and replace him with Lt.-Gen. Phaedon Gizikis. IT'S A VERY SPECIAL AT YOUR betty shop see our big and beautiful selection smart and sweet savings Selection of marvellous including pant battle pant at very affordable prices. 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