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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta a, I Carcli Of jkanL, Jrn Warns of India aggression BIRTHS WRIGHT On September 27, 1971, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, to Brenda and Adrian Wright, a son, Stephen Wade. 1728 CHRISTIE Mr. and Mrs. R J. Christie are pleased to announce the birth of Leah Dawn, 7 Ibs. 8 ozs., on Thurs- day October A sister for Brent. Proud grandparents are Mr .and Mrs- J. W. Martin and Mrs. Jean Christie, all of Leth- bridge. Prudentially insured 1696 CARD OF THANKS .CHESTER We would like o thank the team of doctors and nurses at St. Michael's Hospital on Sat- jurday, October 12nd who did ev- lerything poss- lible to help our :boy, Lome. To 'Dr. Reverend DEATH away in on Sunday, October following a brief illness, Mr. Rudolf Bran- (formerly of at the age of 59 beloved husband of Mrs. Pauline Brandle (nee Bowman) of 30 Westchester Drive, Toronto. Born, raised and educated in the late Mr. Brandle moved to Toronto in 1934 and has resided there un- til his passing. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Thursday at p.nv in Martin Bros MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Street N., with Mr. J. Chapman officiating. Interment will fol- low in Mountain View Cem- etery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL phone 328- 2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C7919 TAYLOR Leslie S., passec away suddenly in Great Falls Montana, on Monday, October llth, at tha age of 63 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Ethe Taylor of Cardston. Mr. Taylor was born in Woolford, Alberta on the 16th of October-1907 and lived all his life in the Cardston district. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving wife, 10 children Donald Fort Macleod, Evan of Cal gary, Mrs. Steve (Helen) La Face of Vancouver, Jerry o Australia, Mrs. Zenith Gaylor of Denver, Colorado., Janet o Provo, Robert, June, Linda ant Leah at Home; five grand children as well as his mother Mrs. Arzella Taylor of Cards ton. Funeral services will be held in the 4th Ward L.D.S Chapel on Friday, October 15th, with Bishop John Hoi lingsworth officiating. Inter ment will follow in the Cards ton cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from until prio to the service in the Relie Society Room of the Church CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU NERAL HOME LTD., Direc tors of Funeral Service. C791! CARD OF THANKS RYAN I would like t thank all those who visited m and sent gifts and cards whil I was in Municipal Hospital, special thanks to the Doctor and the staff of the hospital. Mrs. Agnes Ryan 1729 Bob Elliot his comfort I this trying time our sincere thank you for at anc Death penalty to all our and Lome's friends he Ladies Auxiliary to the Shrine and the Daughters of he Nile for their assistance hank you. To our friends Lome's school chums, we thank you all for your kind words cards and flowers you canno realize what a comfort this can bring at a time like this. We thank those who have donated to the Lome Chester Otthopedic Memorial Fund at St. Mich ael's Hospital, our sincere thank you to the City of Leth bridge Police Department for their assistance on Wednesda- afternoon. Bill and Dorothy Chester Larry and Dawn Jensen Glenna and Debbi Chester _ Poppa and Granma Sinclair Grandad Chester IN MEMORIAMS MIKLOS In loving mem ory of a dear father, Joh Miklos, who passed away Octo her 13, 1970. A certain smile, a certa face, A certain someone none can replace. Wishing today as we hav wished before, That God would have spare you many years more- __Ever loved and remernbere by Jan, George and Garry 1688 WIIYTE FARROW I loving memory of my belove sisters, Jessie Beattie Whyte who passed away October 14 196S and Margaret Earl Farrow who passed away September 22 1967 Though parted by the hand God, In Christ united still. In God's own time we'll mee again For Jesus says we will. Thy will be done. remembered b then- sister, Marian Ham mon, Turin. 168 BERG In loving memorj of a dear husband and fathe Erling Berg, who passed awa October 13, 1964. Like falling leaves the year pass by But love and memories neve die, Precious forever a memorj of you Today, tomorrow and all Hi through. remembered an sadly missed by wife Goldi and'daughter Marilyn, son in-law Ray and family. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to Hie provisions of Section 153 of The Municipal Taxation Ac R.S.A., 1970, Public Notice is hereby given thai Ihe Council of the City Lelhbridge intends to undertake the construction of sidewalks, curbs and gu ters as a local improvement. The estimated cost of the aforementioned loc Improvement is repayable over a period of 20 years at a rate interest not exceeding nine per cenlum (9r'f) per annum and to charge t lands abutting that portion of the street or place wherein the local ment is made at a uniform rate of 1.09 dollars per front foot of frontage f sidewalks, curhs and gutters, 44.98 cents per front foot of frontage for cur and gutters and 53.21 cents per front foot of frontage for sidewalks, all ov Ihe said period of 30 years. All cost in excess of the aforementioned rate per front foot will be bon by the City of Lethbridge at large. The location of the proposed local Improvement Is as follows: LOCATION FROM TO FROM SIDEWALKS North side 81 h Avenue 5th Street South 4th Street South South West side 6th Street North limit 8th Avenue Northerly 130 feet South South East side 2Bth Street Fronting Lots 5, 6 7, South Block 5, Plan and Lot 29, Block 5, Plan West limit 7th Street North North limit 3rd Avenue North South limit 5th Avenue North 2nd Avenue North Westerly 1500 fee) Westerly 275 feet South limit 5th Avenu North Southerly 715 leet 4th Avenue North North side 6th Avenue North South side 'Iti Avenue North '-Vest side loth Street North East side 10th street North East side 5th Street North SIDEWALKS, CURBS AND GUTTERS South side 6th Avenue Commencing at a point North 364 feet west of Stalford Drive thence westerly for 650 feel North side 13th Avenue East limit 91h Street West limit Stafford "A" North North Drive East side 9lh Street Soulh limit Slallord Southerly 76 feet North Avenue Notlca Is further given that, unless the malorlly of the owners ot tl lands that may be assessed therefor, representing at least one-half In val (hereof as aforesaid, petition the Council against It within two weeks after t last publication of Ihe notice, the local Improvement may be undertaken Ai the cost thereof assessed by the system of assessment referred to In this nolle If no petition sufficiently signed has, within the time limited in that be half, been presenter) te> !he Council against the local Improvement or assessme aforementioned, the Council may undertake the proposed local Improvement any time within three years of tho giving of the notice. Date ot the last publication of this notice will bo the 13th day of Octobe 1971. DATED at Ihe City of Lelhbridge this 8lh day ot October, 1971. John Ger City Clir KARACHI (Reuter) Presi- ent Yahya Khan announced to- ght that a new Pakistan con- itution will be published Dec. I, and the National Assembly ill meet a week later. BRIGHTON (AP) The fact iat murderers of policemen nd prison officers can escape ie noose was deplored today by iritain's governing Conscrva- ive party. But the resolution, passed unanimously at the start of the annual convention stopped short of calling for a re- turn to the death penalty in Britain. Many of the delegates demanded tougher prison condi- ions and said violent crime has lourished since hanging was abolished in 1965. Home Secretary Reginald Maudling rejected calls for res- oration of capital punishment. He said new legislation will stiffen jail sentences for crimes of violence, with life terms ikely for gunmen who resist ar- rest and longer jail terms for armed robbery. Maudling rejected claims that the number of wilful murders and attacks on policemen have increased since 1965. BUILD UP NAVY Defence Secretary Lord Oar- rington announced plans to speed up Britain's naval ship- building program, to help counter a growing Soviet threat. The orders should also help re- vive the declining shipbuilding industry, particularly yards In Scotland. As delegates assembled for the convention, pressure ap- peared to be building against Britain's projected entry into the European Common Market. Demonstrations were being planned to try to force changes in many of Prime Minister Heath's foreign and domestic policies. In a national broadcast, the Pakistan president warned that here was a strong possibility of aggression by India against 'akistan. India had moved troops, armor and artillery into for- ward positions along the border with both East and West Paki- stan, he said. "These feverish military preparations can lead to but one can launch a war of aggression against Paki- stan at short he added. EROSION MEASURE TOKYO (AP) A concrete embankment studded with stones will be constructed below a crevice on Mt. Fuji to stop er- osion of the mountain's pictur- esque slopes, authorities said. Nixon threatens textile action WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nixon said today the United States will move against Japan and other textile export- ing countries if no significant progress is made by Friday to- ward limiting exports. He told a news conference in- tensive talks are under way with Japan on restricting ex- ports to this country and "we hope the outcome will be an agreement." Nixon did not specify what ac- tion the United States might take. He simply said the U.S. "will move unilaterally." Officials of Japan, Korea, Tai- wan and Hong Kong all have said that the U.S. has threat- ened to impose quotas on non- cotton textile imports under au- thority held by the president. Voice of Popeye stilled forever SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) Fu- neral services were held Tues- day for William A. Costello, the offscreen gavelly voice of Po- peye the Sailor Man. Costello, 73, who had retired here to op- erate a mobile home park, died Saturday in a hospital after a lengthy illness. Widrmday, Oclobir T9, 1971 THE IfTHMIDOE HERAID 27 Airlines make progress in smoke Pollution plans OTTAWA (CP) The six major Canadian airlines are progressing with programs to fit their planes with anti-smoke de- vices, but the results may be lit- tle more than cosmetic. The transport department said in a news release Tuesday that 60 aircraft, including Doug- las DC-9s and Boeing 737s and 727s, are involved in the pro- grams to reduce smoke pollu- tion. All carry Pratt and Whit- ney jet engines. But a National Research Council fuels expert said in an interview that the anti-smoke devices do not reduce the worst monoxide, hydrocarbons and oxides of ni- trogen. Nor do the devices reduce the particle content of jet exhausts, except for light carbon particles which are visible as smoke and account for only a small portion of the total particulates. MORE HARM THAN GOOD? There is also the possibility, the scientist said, that anti- smoke devices actually decrease the efficiency of jet engines, re- sulting in an increase of the amount of pollutants going into the atmosphere. The transport department said Air Canada, Canadian Pa- cific, TransAir, Nordair, East- ern Provincial and Pacific Western will finish the modifica- tions by 1973. 90 per cent of crops threshed CALGARY (CP) More than 90 per cent of Alberta's grain crops had been threshed by last weekend, the Alberta Wheat Pool crop report says. Many southern districts were complete but harvesting in the north was delayed by showers in some regions. Hot dry weath- er during the weekend resulted in good progress. The wheat crop in the prov- ince was expected to total 89 million bushels this year, an in- crease of about 24 per cent from 1970, the pool said. This result- ed from expanded wheat acre- age despite a decrease in acre- age yield to 25.3 bushels an acre from 27.7. SLIGHTLY LOWER Production of coarse grains is expected to be slightly lower this year, the report said. Oats production was considerably lower although barley was in- creased because record acre- ages were seeded. Rapeseed production is ex- pected at about 33 million bu- shels this year because acreage increased 45 per cent over last year. Flax was estimated at 5.4- million bushels, less than 50 per cent of last year's production. Most of the 1971 crop was harvested dry, except in north- em areas, the report said. About 44 per cent of the wheat crop is expected to grade num- ber 1, the report said. Nearly all the oais and 81 per cent of the barley is feed grade. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Duncan Hynd- man, 97, former president of the Canadian Pension Appeal Court and youngest man ever ap- pointed to the Supreme Court of Alberta. Acheson, 78, U.S. State Sc-crelary under President Harry S. Truman from 1949 to 1953, and an ad- viser to presidents John F. Ken- nedy and Lyndon R. Johnson. Tweed, 64, actor and writer whose dramati- zations brought Sir John A. Mncdonald to life for many Ca- nadians, of a heart attack. UKRAINIAN PRESIDENT WINNIPEG (CP) The 10th Ukrainian Canadian Congress has chosen Very Rev. Dr. Basil Ktishnir of Winnipeg president for 1971-72. SIMPSONS -SEARS SAVE When You Buy 2 of Our Best Dress Shirts Reg. 7.50 each If you've been wailing for good dress shirts to go on sale, here's your chance. These are our best dress shirts. 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