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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Oefober 16, 1970 - THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD - 25 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE In the matter of Section 175 of The Municipal Government Act and In the matter of the closing of a certain lane. TAKE NOTICE that at Its regular meeting to be held on Monday the 16th day of November, 1970, at the hour of 8 o'clock In the evening, In the Council Chambers at City Hall In Lethbridge, Alberta, the Council of The City of Lethbridge Intends to give consideration to closing: That portion of 4th Avenue South In the Cltv of Lethbridge which lies between the Westerly boundary of the Intersection with 23rd Street and the East boundary of the Intersection of Mayor Maarath Road as orolected by a line between the Westprlv boundaries of Block 8. Plan LETHBRIDRE 85M G.B. and Block 2, Plan LETHBRIDGE 014? G.T., AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that any person who claims he and his lands will be ore|udlclally effected by the closing of the roadway shall be afforded an opnortunlfy to be heard bv the Council by himself or his eaent. DATED AT LETHBRIDGE this 14th day of October A.D., 1970. John Gerla, City Clerk. 039 Creston Murder Suspect Appears In Court VANCOUVER (CP) - Dale Merle Nelson, 31, accused of murdering eight persons last month in Creston, B.C., was remanded Thursday to Oct. 22, in a brief court appearance in suburban Burnaby. Nelson has been held at Oak-alla Provincial Jail since Sept. 8, when he was sent from Creston for psychiatric examination. He is charged with the Sept. 5 rifle slayings of Mrs. Shirley Wasyk, 30, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Phipps, four of their children and Tracey Wasyk, 7. PUBLIC NOTICE JUDICIAL SALE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTY The following commercial properties at Milk River, Alberta, are offered for sale by tender sublect to the restrictions In the existing Certificates of Title; Parcel 1. Lot 1, In Block 37, Plan Milk Plver 4724 j.K. containing 6.67 acres more nr less Excepting thereout all mines and minerals and the right to work the same This property has approximately 436 feet Highway frontage. Imnrovement: 12,480 square reef Hold Butler building deslaned for Implement sales and repairs. Parcel 2. Lnt 1 In Block 36, Pl*n Milk River 6724 J.K. containing 2.74 acres more or less Excepting thereout all mines and minerals and the right to work the same. This property will have approximately S03 feet of frontaoe on extension of 7th Avenue and Is sultaole (or subdivision. Parcel 3. Lots 9 and 10 In Block 6, Plan Milk River 9.227 Y Reserving thereout all mines and minerals and the right to work the same. Located at 504 Main Street North In centre of business area. Improvement?: oarage building ao- proxlmately 3.200 square feet with ho'st, tanks and pumps. Tenders In sealed envelopes marked S.C. 15780 accompanied by a marked chedue or cash for 10% of the amcnf of the tender and dtslanatlno the parcel or parceli for which the tender Is submitted must be In the hands of the Clerk M the Suorema Court. Court House, Leth^rldoe by T o'clock noon November 20th A.D. 1970. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid Irito Court within 3ft days after acceptance of tender. If the successful tendered does not complete the purchase after acceptance nf his tender the deposit shall be forfeited. The hlqhest of any tender for any parcel not necessarily accepted. Cheaue of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them. For particulars apply to Prltchard, Hlga and Boras, Barristers and Solicitors, 202 Professional Building, Lethbridge, Alberta. Alex A. Gilchrist Clerk of the Supreme Court Approved: L .S. Tureofte L. J. S. C. 020 emoriams BIRTH Cancel Visit OTTAWA (CP)-The Science Council of Canada has cancelled a three - day visit to Quebec province at the request of federal security authorities. CHRISTIE - Bob and Goldie are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Tate Landon, five lbs. five ozs., at 10:13 a.m. on Tuesday, September 29, 1970 at Riverside Hospital, Ottawa. Maternal grandmother, Mrs. O. Parsons, Paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Christie, all of Lethbridge. First greatgrandchild for Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldie of Vancouver, former Lethbridge residents and first great-grandchild for Mrs. A. W. Cox, Lethbridge. 486-A DEATH . WATT-Sunday, Oct. 11, 1970. Gordon Kennedy Watt, of 1267 Foster St., White Rock, aged 73 years. S u r vived � by has loving T--- � wife, Helen; son, Gordon, California; daughter Mrs. T. A. (Barbara) Gane Kaleden, B.C.; brother. A. L. Watt, Langley, B.C. seven grandchildren. A veteran of the First World War, he served overseas with the 39th Battery from Lethbridge. Funeral service was Thursday, October 15, at 3 p.m. from Chapel Hill Funeral Parlor, 14615 North Bluff Road (16th Ave), White Rock, Rev. E. L. Garvin officiating. Interment Victory Memorial Park. 8645 DEATHS PORTER - Laurence F., passed away in Layfayette, Oregon, Thursday, October 15, 1970, beloved son of the lats Mr and Mrs. Walter Porter, formerly of Wilson Siding. Funeral services will be held in Macy and' Son Chapel, Mc-Minnville, Oregon at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, October 17. 8647A PLAUSTEINER - Passed away suddenly in the city on Thursday, October 14, 1970, John, at the age of 52 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Johanna Plausteiner of 1403 13 Avenue South- Requiem. Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in the Assumption Parish Church, with Rev. Father R. F. deBilly celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section of MountainView Cemetery. Prayers will he said on Friday at 7 p.m. in "Memorial Chapel" 703 13 Street North. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C690 CARD OF THANKS TALARICO - Sincere and heartfelt thanks is extended to our relatives, neighbors and friends in appreciation of their sympathy, floral offerings, cards, Canadian Heart Fund donations and other acts of kindness shown us on the loss of our dear wife and mother. Special thanks to Mary Costanzo, Fan-tin Chapels Ltd., and Father lim Hagel for their outstanding kindness towards us. -Joe Talarico and families, Bellevue.Alta. 8619 Rare Deer Shot DUNEDIN (Reuter) - A female red deer with male antlers has been shot in the remote southwest part of New Zealand's south island. "The finding of a red deer with antlers could be compared to the situation of the bearded lady in the human species," an expert said IN MEMORIAMS CHRISTIANSEN - In loving memory of Ron Christians e n, wno passed away October 16, 1969. Time goes on but memories stay, As near and dear as yesterday, A day to remember, sad to recall, Without farewell, he left us all -Ever remembered by Dean Oseen and family. 8609 FUNERAL YAMAGISHI - Funeral service for Yajiro Yamagishi, beloved husband of Mrs. Shizue Yamagishi of 1811 2nd Ave. B N. who died in the city Saturday, Oct. 10, 1970, at the age of 76 years, was held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14,1970, in the Lethbridge Buddhist Church, 1303 13th St. N., with Rev. S. Kosaka officiating. Interment service was held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, 1970, in the Christensen Chapel. Honorary palbearers were Shinemon Sawada, Chosaburo Nakamura, Yoshio Ikeda, Tahichi Sekiya, Kenzo Otani and Torao Hira-shima. Active pallbearers were Ken Ichino, Tony Yamamoto. Ike Ebata, Toki Fujibayashi', Mas Tomonitsu and Sosuke Sekiya. Interment was in the MountainView Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAM CHRISTIANSEN - In loving memory of our brother Ronald Elmer, who passed away October 16, 1969. Sadly missed along lifes way Quietly remembered day by day, No longer in our lives to share But in our hearts forever there. If we could have one life time wish One dream that could come true We'd pray to God with all our hearts, For yesterday and you. -Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by Gary and Anne Christiansen. 8607 CHRISTIANSEN - In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Ronnie, who passed away, October 16, 1969. One lonely year has passed away, Since our great sorrow fell. The shock which we received that day, We still remember well. Our hearts still ache with sadness, Our secret tears still flow, For what it meant to lose you No one will ever know. -Lovingly remembered by Mom and dad, Stewart and Cheri, Gary and Anne, and Melva. 8606 IN MEMORIAM CHRISTIANSEN - In loving memory of a dear father and husband, Ronald Christiansen, who passed away October 16, 1969. A certain smile, a certain face, A certain someone none can replace, Wishing today as we have wished before, That God would have spared you many years more. -Lovingly remembered by his wife Marjorie and his children Michael, Christine and Patricia. 8643 U.K. Cabinet Reshuffle Announced LONDON (Reuter) - Prime Minister Edward Heath has announced major government changes, including creation of three new departmentsof state to deal with industry, aviation and environment. The shakeup sets up a huge new department of trade and industry designed to facilitate Britain's entry into the European Common Market. It is expected to be headed by Technology Minister John Davies, a newcomer to government with a business background and a firm belief in free enterprise. The new super-ministry of Industry results from a merger of the present ministry of technology and the baord of trade. The minister responsible will carry the existing title of president of the board of trade. The other two departments created are a ministry of avai-tion supply, and a department of the environment formed by integrating three existing ministries - housing and local government, public buildings and works, and transportation. T h e reshuffling of functions and responsibilities was unveiled in an 8,000-word white paper. COSTLY REPAIRS NEW YORK (AP) - Repairs to four New York City jails damaged during recent prison riots will cost between $1.5 million and $2 million, Mayor John Lindsay said yesterday. Statue Stolen ROME (Reuter) - A wooden statue of Christ, sometimes attributed to Michaelangelo and valued at $1.6 million, has dis-apeared from a magistrate's depository here. SCULPTS DIEFENBAKER OTTAWA (CP) - Montreal artist Esther Wertheimer presented former prime minister John Diefenbaker with a sculpture of himself. "A remarkable likeness," beamed Mr. Diefenbaker as he received what he called a "belated birthday present" from the artist. Mr. Diefenbaker was 75 Sept. 18. Plymouth come/1 uifth o new derign concept: More style in hardtops, more room in sedans and wagons - all at a sensible price. Plymouth's new approach to mid-size cars is 2 different approaches. Satellite hardtops like the new Sebring Plus are built on a 115" wheel base. They're round, sleek, like a jet's fuselage. Very smooth. (For performance lovers, there's Road Runner & GTX.) Satellite sedans and wagons are designed differently, forfamily roominess: 117" wheelbase, almost 5' of shoulder and hip room front and back and loads of leg room. And speaking of loads, 2- and 3-seat Satellite wagons take more... even that old bugaboo: the 4' x 8' sheet of plywood, flat on the f loorl Depending on the model, power goes from a 225Slant Six to a potent 440 V8. Grrrl Whatever you've got in mind, Satellite and your Plymouth dealer wili come through for you. See them today. CHRYSLER CANADA LTD. SATELLITE SEBRINQ Plymouth'/ 9011110 gotcha! SEE YOUR NEARBY PLYMOUTH DEALER , Faigo Trucks ;