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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THf lETHBRIDGi HERALD Wcdnetdoy, Oclobir 7, 1970- Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS ANDERSON Passed away at Calgary on Tuesday October 6, 1970, Arthur J. (Archie) of Lethbridge and formerly of Purple Springs at the age of 68 years. Funeral services will be conducted from the TaUer LDS DEATHS FRECKA Passed away in Picture Butte on Wednesday, October 7, 1970, following a very brief illness, John, at the age of 75 years of Shaughnessy. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed Steak Centre, first ward, on Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Friday October 9, 1970 at p.m., with Bishop Ron Wat mough officiating. Intermen will follow in Taber Memoria Gardens. Friends may meo with the family in the Reliei Society Room of the Church from p.m. Friday, October 9. Humphries Funeral Home Taber in charge cf arrange- ments. C547A KRAUS Mrs. Franziska of Blairmore, passed away in the Lethbridge Hospital, Sunday, October 4, 1970, at age 71 years. was born in Neuhuette, Czechoslovakia, September 21, 1899. She came to Canada in 1952 to Bellevue and several months later moved to Blair- more where she has resided since. She was predeceased by her husband George in Ger- many in 1945; one son and one daughter in Czechoslovakia. Survivors include two daugh- ters, Mrs. K. (Ida) Graf of Blairmore and Mrs. J. (Irma) Hada of Beloct, Wisconsin, U.S.A.; one step-sister and one step-brother in Germany; eight grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Prayers will be said at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oc- tober 7 in St. Ann Catholic Church Blairmore. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Ann's Catholic Church Thurs- day, October 8 at a.m. In- termert1: to follow in the Blair- more Cemetery. Fan- tin Cwtpals Ltd., is in Charge. C544 KOBEWKA John of Cole- man, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital Mon- day, October 5, 1970, at the age of 54 years. He was born in S'naityn, Ukraine on March 24, 1886. He came to Canada in 1910 to Ontario, living there un- til 1912 where he. moved to Coleman and has resided here since. He worked as a coal miner in the International and McGillvoray Mines until 1952. He married his wife Katherine in Coleman, January 1923. He was a member of the UMWA. He was predeceased by two sis- ters, four brothers, his parents; also two sons John in 1938 and Stephen in 1944. Survivors in- clude his wife Katherine of Coleman; four daughters, Mrs. W. (Mary) McGovern of Elk Valley, B.C., Mrs. 'F. (Kay) Plowman of Bellevue, Mrs. A. (A m y) Larson, Lethbridge, Mrs. E. (Ann) Pineau, Banff; his son Nick, Dawson Creek, B.C.; great 12 grandchildren; six grandchildren and a brother Harry of Coleman. Fu- neral service will be conduct- ed in the Fantin Coleman Cha- pel Thursday, October 8 at 2 p.m., with Rev. Bob Smith offi- ciating. Interment will fol- low in the Coleman Cemetery. Fantin Chapels Charge. Ltd., is in C545 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of ANTON LEIER, late of Coaldale, Alberta Retired, who died on the 12th day of August, 1970. Take notice that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by the 9th day of November, 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by fhem. L. G. G. BREEZE, Assistant Public Trustee 201 John 'J. Bowlen Building, 620 7th Avenue S.W., Calgary 2, Alberta. ______________________________01 NOTICE.TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of CORMA BOYCHUK late of the Town of Cardston, in the Province of Alberta, Married Woman, v.'ho died on the 5th day of September. A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file vjith the undersigned Solicitors by the 5th day of November, A.D. 1970 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. MOSCOVICH, MOSCOVICH, SPANOS AND MATISZ 1 Oliver Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. (Solicitors for the Funeral Service. C547 CLAY Passed away sud- denly in the city on Tuesday, October 6, 1970, Hazel, at the age of 75 years, beloved wife of Mr. Thomas Clay of. the city. Born in Little- Falls, Minnesota, the late Mrs. Clay came to Can- ada with her parents and re- sided at Pennant, Sask. until 1914. She married Thomas Clay on April 16, 1914, and has re- sided in Lethbridge for the past 29 years. She leaves to mourn, her husband, Thomas; three sons, Donald of Lethbridge, Ralph of Kinnaird, B.C. ar.d Robert of Red Deer; one daughter, Mrs. F. H. (Evelyn) Jones of Lethbridge; 12 grand- children and two great-grand- children; one sister Mrs. F. 0. (Lydia) Spencer of Swift Cur- rent, Sask. and one brother Fay Smith of Calgary. She was predeceased by a daughter, Bertha, in 1945. Mrs. Clay was a .member of the Ladies Orange Lodge and the Senior Citizens Inc. The funeral service will be held 2 p.m. on Saturday at "Memorial Chapel" 703 ir Street North, with Hev. L. D Hankinson officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., DireciTs of Funera Service. C546 FUNERALS SANDERSON Funeral ser- ;ice for Mrs. Avis Jane San- derson, beloved wife of Harold Sanderson of Taber who died there Saturday, Oct. 3, 1970, at the age of 37 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1970, in the Taber LDS Chapel, Third Ward, with Bishop Dennis C. Bennett officiating. Pallbearers were Henry Beaumont, Bob Dunning, Albert Schwartz, Al- bert Bigelow, Lawrence and Clifford Owen. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Garden, Humphries Funeral Home Taber, was in charge of the ar- rangements. HILDEBRANDT Funeral service for Peter Hildebrandt, 45, found dead in the Kaiser Resources mine at Michel Oct. t, were held in the Sparwood Secondary School Auditorium. Hr. Montgomery of the Penti- costal Church conducted the service. Pallbearers were John iundrak, Louie Janco, Alfio 3ernardo, Irvin Herman, Jim Joyson, Harry Tjaden, work- mates of the deceased. They ffoceeded to the Elk Valley Cemetery where the flag- draped casket was lowered af- er graveside services conduct- ed by Mr. Montgomery. Mick- ey Mannion, representing the Royal Canadian Legion, along with other members of the Mi- chel branch paid respects to a departed comrade. Mr. Hilde- irandt served overseas with he Queen's Own Rifles during he Second World War. Mr. Hildebrandt leaves a wife and 1 children, six sons and five daughters, Bob and Stan of Ed- monton, Jim of Coleman, Den- nis Gary and Kevin at home; Wilma, Mrs. R. Hutchinson, Mrs. Archie Runion, of fosmer. Debbie, Nancy and Brenda at home and two grand- children. He is also survived by his mother and stepfather Mr. and Mrs. Dyck of Brooks; three sisters, Mrs. Nettie Nue- feld and Mrs. K. Lolley, Cal- gary, Mrs. Martha Oliver, Langdon, Alta.; four brothers, Issac, Calgary, Henry, Abbots- ford, B.C., Frank, Brooks and Dick of Thron, Alia. Mr. Hilde- brandt was born at Herbert, Sask., later moving to Brooks, Coaldale and Coleman. He had been employed at the Miche! mine for 17 years. He was a member of the UMWA and the Fraternal Order of Eagles and the Royal Canadian Legion. John Desjardines, president of the UMWA local, paid last re- spects on behalf of the miners union. RE: DEVELOPMENT CONTROL BY LAW NO. 2887 The (Glowing application for a develop- ment permil has been approvd by Itic Municipal Planning Commission on September 30, 70 WS Lange Construclion to build an addition to the North Sew- i age Treatmenl Plant a! the River- (irbotlom Area. Any person aflccted by the dt-ci. i sion may appeal such decision to the I Development Appeal tleliver- I eilrier personally or by Registered Wail, statement of the grounds' of ap- peal to reach his oilier in U'e City Hall not later man Oclober 73, 1V70- T. Kanashiro Development Officer filfi CARD OF THANKS SMOKER Sincere t'nanks to my doctors, nurses and staff during my stay in St. Michael's Hospital; also lo the many friends who sont cards, (jifls and kind wishes, and to those who visited me. Smoker. ,1262 I.KADS OI'TUNCK Dennis Shaw, San Diego Stale quarterback, led the collegiate footb.'ill players of the United Slates in total offence in with Mi yards and touch- downs. IN MEMORIAMS GOLIA In loving memory of. our parents and brother, Dad -Mr. William Golia, who pass- ed away October Mom- Mrs. Yvonne Gol- ia, who passed away November 9th, 1950, brother Golia, who pased away November 23rd, 1946. Sadly missed along life's way, Quietly re membered i! a 5 by day No longer our lives to share I But in o u i heai ts forevei 'theie, If we could have one life time wish One d r e a in that could come true We pray to God with all om hearts 1 >r yesterday and you; remembered, sad- ly missed by Rose Hall, Ann Burchak, Mike and Ann Golia, Josey and Pat Pat- 'terson, Nick Golia, Bill and Helen Goiia, Julia Jumar- chuk, grandchildren, neices and nephews and rest of Ihe family. 8274 Brothers Get Life For Kidnap Death FORECASTS DEATH Robert Lemieux, Montreal lawyer who has represented jailert terrorists, tells a news conference liis clients un- animously approve of a plan by which they be flown to Cuba or Algeria in exdmngc for the release of kidnapped British envoy James Rich- ard Cross. Mr. Lemieux said he had not had contact with the kidnappers but believes Cross would be killed if the kidnappers' demands were not met. Pattern Let our COMPLETE IN- STANT GIFT BOOK solve try- ing last-minul.o gift problems [or now and later. Over gifts to make for all occasions, nil ages for family md friends. Unusual gifls to crochet, lie dye, knil. cm- iroidcr, sow, paint; dccoiipage papier mai-hc, more. Send ONK DO 1.1, All for IOMPLETE INSTANT GIFT BOOK to- K LKTimuinnic HKRAI.D Readers Mail Limilcd GO Front Hired. West Toronto J, Ontario, LONDON (AP) Two West Indian brothers were found guilty Tuesday of kidnapping and murdering .Muriel McKay, 55, wife of a wealthy newspaper executive. The Old. Bailey Court sent- enced them to life imprison- ment. Arthur Hosein, 33, and his 21- year-old brother, Nizomodeen, had pleaded not guilty to the kidnap-slaying of the wife of Alex McKay, deputy chairman of the Sunday newspaper, News of the World. The prosecution had charged U.S. Company Cuts Back PITTSBURGH, Pa. (AP) Aluminum Co. of America today announced plans to shut down a portion of its smelting facility in Alcoa, Tenn., and delay con- struction of a new unit there because of what it called a slackening of market demand. The unit which will be closed {Saturday had an annual capac- ity of tons and employed approximately 170, the company said. The new unit, with a sched- uled annual capacity of tons, had been scheduled for completion in early 1972. they seized the wrong woman last December, then demanded a ransom of million. Mrs. McKay disappeared over the Christmas-New Year's holi- day. Her body was never found. The prosecutor-general, Sir Peter Rawlinson, had told the jury of nine men and three women that the brothers in- tended to seize the wife of Mc- Kay's boss, publisher Rupert Murdoch. Both the Murdochs and the McKays are Australians. The Murdochs were on vacation and McKay, left in charge of the newspaper, was driving Mur- doch's limousine when Mrs. McKay disappeared. McKay found his wife missing when he returned home Dec. 29. The following morning he re- ceived the telephoned ransom demand. The caller identified himself as The Mafia, police said later. He demanded the money within four days. On a series of other charges against them, Arthur Hosein was sentenced to a total of 25 years and his brother to 15 years, to run concurrently with the life sentence. The six other charges against the two involved kidnapping, blackmail and threatening to murder. They were found guilty on all counts. The trial began Sept. 14. Socred Book Launched OTTAWA (CP) Creditiste leader Real Caouette launched a book here he said is de- signed to explain Social Credit theory, to the public in time for the next federal election in 1972 at the latest. The book titled Real Caouette Vous Caouette the form of 24 letters in French which Mr. Caouette said he has sent to persons across Canada in reply to their expression of worry over Canada's political adminis. tration. He said French-lan- guage copies of the book are available at SI each and an English version probably will be distributed in a few weeks. The book, -published by Les Editions Regards, comes at a time when the Ralliement Cred- itiste is ready to spread into other provinces "where Credi- tiste organizations animated by a new fire ere prepared to en- gage in battle to take power at :he latest in 1972." In the book, the 53-year-old leader of 13 Creditistes in the Commons, all from Quebec elected in the June 1968 elec- tion, severely criticizes commu- nism as well as the Liberal, Progressive Conservative and Democratic parties. SETS RECORDS Bobby Orr of Boston Bruins scored a record 33 goals and 120 points for a defenceman last ;eason during National Hockey games." Calcil Gets Leave To Appeal Ruling OTTAWA (CP) The Su- preme Court of Canada has granted Caloil Ltd. leave to ap- peal an Exchequer Court judg- ment upholding national oil pol- icy. Ovide Laflamme, Caloil's law. yer, argued for an early hearing of the appeal saying that the Montreal subsidiary of New England Petroleum Co. of New York has a lot of money at stake. However, provincial neys-general will be given no- tice of the case to allow them to appeal. Rodrigue Bedard, asso- ciate deputy minister of justice, told the court that the Prairie provinces, Ontario and Quebec have expressed interest in the case. WANTS EARLY DATE Mr. Laflamme, Liberal MP for Montir.orency, said later he hopes the case can be heard by December. Mr. Bedard said the provinces will probably want at least two months to get their approach defined. "We'll find out whether our legislative scheme is good or Mr. Bedard said in an interview, after the court heard the Caloil motion. The Crown didn't contest the motion to appeal. Caloil went to court after En- ergy Minister J. J. Greene an- nounced new regulations in Au- gust requiring importers of motor gasoline to get licences from the national energy board. The move came after the board's ban on selling imported gasoline west of the Ottawa River was ruled unconstitu- tional by the Exchequer Court. The national oil policy re- serves the market west of the river for higher cost petroleum from Western Canada. The market east of the river Is re- served to imported crude. Caloil was selling imported motor gasoline at Ontario points when the Exchequer Court judg- ment was made in its favor. APPEALED RULES It appealed the August regula- tions and the Exchequer Court, in a judgment Sept. 17, ruled against Caloil's argument that the national energy board regu- lations were unconstitutional. Caloil said the rules restrict trade both between provinces and within the province of On- tario, impinging upon provincial rights. 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