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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LGTHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF CHRISTIAN T DE JONG late of Nobleford In the Province of Alberta, who died on the 14th day of September, A 0 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 4th day of November. AD 1974 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 310 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executrix S108 RE: ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The following applications for development permits have been approved by the Secretary of the Municipal Planning Commission 74 _ 925 Nu-Mode Homes to construct a semi-detached residence at 13th Street North 74 926 Nu-Mode Homes to construct a semi-detached residence at 13th Street North 74 927 Nu-Mode Homes to construct a semi-detached residence at 13th Street North 74 945 Nashua Murntt Ltd to establish a sales and service of- fice for duplicating office machines at 403 Stafford Drive 74 951 Sign Rite Studios to es- tablish a sign studio at 121A 13th Street North 74 953 Musicland Supplies Ltd to establish at 1421 3rd Ave S a retail sales, studio, and recon- ditioning outlet for musical in- struments 74 _ 878 Mr Mrs B. Eichorn to construct a triplex addition and convert existing fiveplex to an eightplex at 604 21st Street S Any person affected by the said deci- sion may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board by delivering either personally or by Registered Mail, statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the office of the City Clerk in the City Hall not later than October 16. 1974 DATE October 3, 1974 T Kanashiro, Secretary Municipal Planning Commission 027 RE- ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The following applications for development permits have been approved by the Development Of- ficer 74 923 C A Gnsnich to es- tablish a home occuoation (phone and office only) at 324 Dieppe Boulevard for the sale and delivery of Mrs Willmans' products 74 _ gso John Stomski to es- tablish a home occupation (phone and office only) at 130 Greenview Close for the sale and delivery of Mrs Willmans' products 74 952 Bob Kiuzney to es- tablish a home occupation (ohone and office only) at 958 11th Street South for the sale and de'ivery of Mrs. Willmans products 74 961 Virgmillo Homes Ltd to relocate home occupation (phone and office only) as general con- tractor to 3205 20th Avenue South 74 964 D L P Welding to es- tablish a home occupation (phone and office only) at 1717 1st Avenue North in connection with a portable welding service Any person affected by the said deci- sion may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board by delivering either personally or by Registered Mail, statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the office of the City Clerk m the City Hall not later than October 16. 1974. DATE October 3. 1974 T Kanashiro DEVELOPMENT OFFICER 026 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF the Estate of ELIZABETH ANN BEVAN, of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, widow, who died on the 15th day of June A D. 1974 TAKE NOTICE THAT all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the un- dersigned solicitors by the 2nd day of November A D. 1974 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them STRINGAM, DENECKY, BAINES LLEWELLYN Barristers Solicitors 309-Canada Trust Building Lethbridge. Alberta Solicitors for the Administratrix Doreen Elizabeth Ann McColl 013 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER Of the Estate of IRENE SANDBERG. late Of the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, who died on or about the 22nd day of June 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 5th day of November AD. 1974 a full State- ment of their claims and of securities held by them STRINGAM, DENECKY, BAINES AND LLEWELLYN Barristers Solicitors 309 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge. Alberta Solicitors for the Executors S101 NOTICE OF POLL MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 1974 TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that Polling will take place for the Election of Councillor (6) on Wednesday, the 16th day of October, 1974 from ten o'clock in the forenoon until eight o'clock in the afternoon at the follow- ing place or places Picture Butte Municipal Library and at the same place, time and date above men- tioned. Polling for of the Board of the Picture Butte Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 79 (5) Picture Butte Municipal Hospital (5) will take place And that I will at the Town Office on Thursday the 17th day of October 1974 at 12 noon o'clock in the forenoon sum up the votes and declare the result of the Election Given under my hand at Picture Butte this 24th day of September 1974 PII.S 0 Ries Returning Officer 024 Check stops increased Lethbridge city police are coming in contact with a dis- turbing number of drinking drivers and have increased the number of Alberta check- stops, says the force's chief. Ralph Michelson says the increase first started during the beer strike and police thought motorists were drink- ing hard liquor instead of beer and this accounted for the increase in impaired drivers. As the number of impaired drivers remained high after the strike, Mr Michelson says police thought people were drinking excessive amounts of beer because they hadn't had it in a while However, it is still continu- ing and "we have no explana- tion for he says. The drinking drivers police have come in contact with through accident investigations or by Alberta check-stops has doubled. 1 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards O1 Thanks Saturday, October LETHBRIDGE HERALD-31 BIRTH NIELSEN Robbie is pleased to announce the arrival of his baby brother, Tyler Scott, 7 Ibs. 13 oz., September 6, 1974 at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Happy parents are Ross and Marili. Insured 3227 ANDROKOVICH Roy and Inga are pleased to an- nounce the arrival of their first child, Cindy Ann, weighing six Ibs nine ozs. on September 23, 1974 at St Michael's Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Eric Beyer and Mr. and Mrs Joe Androkovich, and great grandparents, Mr and Mrs Joe Smolnicky, all of Lethbridge. 3226 DEATH CHIEF MOON Passed away suddenly in the city on Thursday, October 3rd, 1974, Mrs. Rose Chief Moon at the age of 33 years, beloved wife of Mr Fred Baker of 202 13th Street South, Lethbridge. Born in Cardston, raised in Glenwood, the late Mrs. Chief Moon came to Lethbridge in 1969 and has resided here until her passing Besides her lov- ing husband she is also surviv- ed by one son, Blair and one daughter, Ethel both at home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Chief Moon of Lethbridge; two brothers, Tom and Denis both of Card- ston; and seven sisters, Julia, Helen, Mona, Linda, Ella, Claudia and Moyra. The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, October 8th, 1974 in the Native Revival Centre, 12 miles north of Cardston on Highway No. 2, with Rev. Ken Roset of- ficiating, assisted by Mr. Herald Chief Moon A wake service will begin at 7 p.m. on Monday on the Blood Reserve. Interment will follow the funeral service on Tuesday at the Pine Hill Cemetery, two miles south and seven miles west of the Native Revival Center. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2421 IN MEMORIAM KOBEWKA In. loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, John Kobewka, who passed away October 5. 1970. Time goes on but memories stay. As near and dear as yester- day. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Katherine and familv. 3225 DEATHS CHRISTIE Passed away in Cardston on Thursday, Oc- tober 3, 1974 following a brief illness, Mr. Ryerson Meyers Christie at the age of 86 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ada Christie of Cardston. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Monday, October 7, 1974, in St. Andrews United Church Hall, with Rev. J. D. Ruxton and Rev. J. Veitch of- ficiating. Interment will follow at p.m. in the family plot Archmount Memorial Gardens, Lethbridge. Those who wish may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. South, Lethbridge prior to 9 o'clock Sunday evening, October 6, 1974. Those who wish may in lieu of flowers donate to the Scottish Rite Foundation Fund, 'P.O. Box 183. Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service Phone 328-2361. C2422 OSWALD Eugene, belov- ed husband of Asta Oswald of Coleman, passed away follow- ing a mining accident at Coleman Collieries on Thurs- day, October 3, 1974, at age 44 years. Born in Poland on August 8, 1930, the late Mr. Oswald came to Saskatchewan in 1948 and to Coleman in 1949, where he has resided since. He was employed as a miner, fireboss and a mechanical superinten- dent until the time of his death. He was a member of the Coleman Collieries Mine Rescue Team and also of the Coleman Elks Lodge. He was predeceased by his father Andrew in December 1961 in Coleman. Surviving besides his wife, the former Asta Stern whom he married in Coleman in 1956, are two sons, Peter and Eddie; one daughter Sonya, his mother Pearl Oswald and one sister, Mrs. M. (Josephine) Boryczewski and one brother John, all in Coleman. Prayers will be said in the Holy Spirit Catholic Church on Sunday evening at p.m. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in the Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Coleman on Monday. October 7 at a.m., with Rev. Tim Connolly celebrant- Interment will follow, Coleman Catholic Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge C2420 CARD OF THANKS CHISTE Mary, with my appreciation, I thank everyone who sent me flowers and sympathy cards in the loss of my sister. Thank you all C. Emma Comai. 3241-7 BE SURE TO READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS TODAY! LOOK FOR YOUR NAME HIDDEN IN THE CLASSIFIED AD SECTION! YOU MAY RE ONE OF THE FIVE LUCKY WINNERS OF A PAIR OF TICKETS TO THE OPENING PERFORMANCE. THURS.. OCT. 10th. OF THE ICE CUflDB IT PAYS TO READ THE CLASSIFIED SECTION OF The Lethbridge Herald CARDS OF THANKS THE SOCIAL CREDIT WOMEN'S AUXILIARY are pleased to announce the winners of the Door Prize and Raffle draw on Saturday, September 28 at their Fall Tea and Bake Sale. Door Prize Mrs. D. (Kay) Paterson. Raf- fle for afghan Mr. J. V. Anderson, M.L A. 3228 HUSSAR I wish to extend thanks and appreciation to all my doctors and nurses on 2nd floor of Municipal Hospital for the wonderful care given me during- my stay Many thanks for the lovely birthday cake and your thoughtfulness: also many thanks to Foothills Hospital, Calgary for care given me. Thanks to my many friends for visits, cards, books; crib players who helped pass time. Forever you will all be remembered Hussar 3273 FISHER Todd wishes to thank everybody who visited or sent him get well wishes while in the hospital. Thanks to the doctors and staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their kindness and helpfulness following his accident A special thank you to the kind people who assisted him the night of his accident, and to the teachers who gave and helped him in any way with his school work Your kindness will always be remembered Mr. and Mrs. Don Fisher 3272 BENTSEN, 0. B. We wish to express our sincere thanks to our relatives and friends for their kindness ex- tended to us during our recent sad beareavement. Special thanks goes out to Odd Bentsen's two pupils of long standing, Valerie Horwath of the city, and Shelley Hurt of Cardston, for playing at the service one of Odd's favorite pieces, Schubert's Other Maria, so very beautifully and with such feeling. Special thanks also goes out to Dr Kenneth Hicken for his con- tribution of playing the organ at the sendee and our love and thanks to his son, Patrick for his important help. Odd was a wonderful teacher who was loved by all his pupils and was also appreciated very much by his pupils parents for his contribution toward making good violionists of their children. He was very much interested in the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra in which he participated in for some years, and in which several of his pupils are now taking their part. He so much wanted it to grow to be bigger and better, and that calls for more in- struments. This was very much on his mind, so if anybody also interested would like to make a donation towards this goal, it would be a contribution to the memory of Odd Bentsen. Contributions can be sent to Lethbridge Symphony Association (Orchestra) Box 1101. or to Mr. Mike Thomas. Bentsen. Sonja. Ikle, and family. 3271 Arab morale high on war anniversary CAIRO (Reuter) On Oct the fourth and fiercest Arab-Israeli war was launch- ed with an Egyptian tank at- tack. The two sides were lock- ed in a bloody three-week conflict which ended without a decisive victory on either side. Today, neanng the first anniversary of the war, the Arab countries look back with considerable satisfaction and high morale. By denting Israel's apparent military in- vincibility they are able to hold up their heads. By limiting their objectives and rejecting the old pledge to "drive Israel into the the Arabs feel they gained in international understanding and esteem. And by using their huge oil resources as a political weapon, thereby creating im- mediate shortage in the Western industrial countries and Japan, they have imposed themselves as a new world force. After whirlwind diplomacy by United States State Secretary Henry Kissinger, a ceasefire was signed between Egypt and Israel Nov. 11. On Jan 18, 1974, generals of both armies agreed on a formal troop withdrawal pact along the Suez front. Syria was to agree, with res- ervations, to Kissinger's peace plans May 28 and the Computer finds date for Heath LONDON (AP) A computer dating service said yesterday it has a perfect mate for Conser- vative Leader Edward Heath, who told television interviewer David Frost he regretted never having married. The dream girl? She is a 48-year-old Estonian countess who fled to Bri- 'tain when the Soviets took over in 1940, is "a perfect hostess, plays the piano and isa good said a spokesman for the service. Dateline. He said the lady's name came from the company's computer files. He would not reveal it, but he said she lives in London, is 5- foot-6, has dark hair and is good-looking. Heath, engaged in an election campaign, is 58. plays the piano and is a sailing buff. Dateline said it matched Heath's vital statistics with those of the countess after he told Frost recently that he wished a wife and family had played a bigger part in his life. Dateline said that if Heath wants to contact the countess, he must pay its usual fee of and fill in a questionnaire. "If he did, it could be that he would end up with someone else." the com- pany spokesman cautioned "But if he wants, we can put him in contact with the lady." path was cleared for peace talks in Geneva. The year since the October war has been one of economic hardship for Egypt, but it looks forward to healthy revenues from one of its greatest assets, the' Suez canal, won back under the peace agreement. Egyptian morale has scarcely flagged. "Obour" is the Arabic word for "crossing." It has become a propaganda watchword and President Anwar Sadat has summoned Egyptians to take part in an economic obour. At the same time he has called on his government to keep up the country's fighting guard Egypt has done little to repl- enish its weaponry, mainly be- cause of differences with the Soviet Union. But Sadat has publicly taken a relaxed view of the war fears expressed by Israel He said recently he did not know why people were shaken by Israeli statements about a fifth war, and suggested they were mainly for home con- sumption. But.he added. "The military organization in Israel will think twice, even 10 times, before staging a new military adventure against us." "Israel waged four wars against Sadat said. "It won three and then lost the fourth which had chang- ed the situation in the Middle East in a way neither Israel nor any other party can afford to ignore Since the war, many foreign military experts have toured the Sinai battlefields, where tank and artillery battles raged, and some of them have come away with the strong feeling that Egypt too will think twice about starting another war now she has recovered the canal. This is not from any military weakness but, simply that the revenues from the canal might do much for a struggling economy suffering from seven years of confron- tation along the waterway. Egypt hopes to reopen the Suez canal next year and an informed guess is that the government will try and earn as much from it in the first year of operation as it did in the last one, 1966, which was about million. If there is another war with Israel, whose troops are still perched in the desert passes perilously nearby, all hope of such earnings will be at risk. It is fashionable in Cairo diplomatic circles to speculate on whether Syria, generously armed by the Soviet Union, might be ready to go it alone against Israel, even if Egypt did not fight. Most observers here feel Israel would risk less strategically in returning the barren Sinai peninsula to Egypt, than in vacating the Golan Heights, on the Syrian front, which tower over the fertile Biblical lands of Galilee. In the first months of this year. Syrian and Israeli forces fought a dangerous war of attrition along the Golan Heights. Medicine Hat oil driller misses 'liquor and women' By MICHAEL BENEDICT St. John's Evening Telegram ABOARD THE HAVDRILL