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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta BIRTH CAIU'KNTEK Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Carpenter (Bucky) are pleased to announce the arrival of their s o n, Debb Dtnicl on September ?9, 1972. A brother for Marty. 8C2 DEATH SPACEMAN E. Victor, passed away suddenly on Tues- day, October 24, 1972 at the age of 78 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ethel Spackman of 14th St. S. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME DEATHS CARD OF THANKS S1UMEK Paul, passed LANDGRAF We would like away in Lethbridge on to express our sincere thanks day, October 25, 1972 at the age of 58 years, beloved husband Mrs. Elite Shimek ol Picture LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser-t vice. Butte. Funeral arrangements will announced when com- pleted. CHHISTI5NSEN SALM- ON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5052 COOK Dean, passed away at Cold Lake on Monday, Oc- tober 23, 1972 at the age o! 54 years. Mr. Cook was born in Magrath, where he received his schooling. He attended Normal at Camrose, Alberta. Among the various schools Dean taught at during his career were Ma- PUBLIC NOTICES SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a seizure made by me 1 BUI offering 1or sale In accordance with Ihc provisions cf fhe Seiiure Act: One Meter en GW.C Chassis, Serial No. PE311FZ66749, very mileage, automatic trans- mission and radio. Equipped wilh propane slove and furnace, loilet, sink, frfdge, teds, [nsulaled, and ihag carpet. The Motor Home may fce Inspected ot McDonnell Conestcya Meter Homei, 2 Avenua South, Lethbridflc- Sheriff, Courl House, Lelhbridge, in a seated envelope marked Tenders close af p.m. November 1, A. A, GlkhrUt Sheriff TOWN OF CLARESHOLM IN THE MATTER OF THE FLAM' NIIJG ACT, BEING CHAPTER Vi R.S.A. 1970 AND E MOMENTS THERETO AND IN THE MATTER of 1hc Town of Claresholm applying lo Ihe Provincial Plannirvg Board fcr permission to PCSE of 0.25 o1 an acre of public r serve bsfng northerly 351.0 feet Block P In Plan -WW JK Claresholi TAKE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the 6fh cf November, 1972, al tha Jiour of o'clock, in 1he aUernowi In 1he Council Chambers c( the lowr clfice Town of Claresholm, a Public Hearing will be pursuant lo Sec- HCTI 24-2 of the Planning Act. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT a copy of the plan shewing ttn area ta be disused o1 may te In spected at the office of the Secrelary Treasurer during normal olflce hours AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT person claiming to be affed exl by the proposed disposition of the reserve shall terve wriMen notice hli to the Secrelary-Trt urer not later 1han 5 o'clock In afternoon on Friday, November 3, DATED at Clareshclm, thi. 24 day of Ocfnber, 1972. Thomas P. Buchanan Secretary-Treasurer 07; ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD THE ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION ACT THE GAS RESOURCES PRESERVATION ACT proceeding No. 6673 NOTICE OF HEARING the Averts DIvfeEon of tfi Canadian Pclroleum Asiocialion re the Energy Resources Corvser valion Board lo convene a hearing fa the purpose of receiving represent tlons as lo Ihe appropriateness cf Itw Board's present poirdes ar.d practice Fn construing the provisions of sectta 7, subsection (3) of The Gas sources Preservalion AcJ, as pEMain to applications fcr removal o eras from 1he Province. THEREFORE, TAKE NOTICE Ihe Energy Resources Conwrvatlc Board will tiold a put lie hearing tha COLT! House. Calgary, Alberla, Tu'-sdrty. January 13, 1773, at 1he ho of a.m. fcr Ihe purpose of hearii rrpreienfatlcns respecting present po Icics anil of Ihe Board fi considering applications made undi The Gas 'Resources Preservation, Ac for the removal of gas from Ihe Prov ln.ce. In particular 1he Board Invll .'.remissions respecting the fallowh iralren: Ihe present mejhod D( detcn ining established reserves. (bl the method at determining th Provincial surplys and Jn par! cular 1he division of 1he surpli between confrac.1abl9 surplus end f ture surplus. (c) the method of calculating the co tractable surplus and in partlcula the determination of conlraclat regulremenls as represenling greater cf 30 limes 1he requlr menls cf the subsequent 12-mon period or remaining rcscrvi In these flcldi commitled to ar supplying Alberla's requirement surpl (f> allernallvej to the formula ently used In applying Ihe pro slons cl section 7, iu tee elk of The Gas Reso-jrces Pre lion Act, ffl> Ihe holding of an annual hourl to consider fhe yas reserves th- Province and the ITSB of Jhi. reserves to assess appllcatio mads during subsequent yea th) 1r.e proper term cf permits rrmove gas from 1he Provintt fi) Ihc ipeCnfmvj ufiu tnS prop Jeveii of 1he d.iy ant! t maximum vofumss lr> p mits to remove gas from Any person 1n1cnding to make a si mission respect to Ihc above nv tic-ned malfers or other matters Ice ting th? policies and p cerJures shall lile on or tffora Jan ary 8, 1973 len copies ol the sub; sic-n with the Bnard al 6 Avt Cfllgary, Alberla. A copy cf e r I on will fce flvaifarJo for fnip tier, at 1he offices of fhe Board af Jtwary t. 1973. Any pcrsnrt Intending to rnaha a V million In response lo A submlsi filed In acccrdnnce with last p teding paragraph shall file on or ffve January 1A, 1973, ten copies o( subnr.ission Board at its abo antl Iwo copies of fhe suSm sir.n wilh 1he parly lo whose s Ffl i ision. ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD to all our relatives and friends who helped in any way during our recent bereavement and for their expressions of sympathy, [lowers, cards and food, which helped us all so much al this time. Charlese Landgraf Mi', and Mrs. John Landgraf Mr. ard Mrs. Carl Bechdholt 900 HiUspring, Cardston, Ed- j monton, Westlock the last C5091 ur years at Cold Lake. He rned lus degrees in various iversities oE Western Canada, tab, Queens, Ontario and renobles, France. He also rved four years in Ihe Air orce. He served on a LDS mis- n in Switzerland. He was a ember of the Y's Mans Club. e is survived by three forot li- re, John Leo Cook of i, Mike Cook of Orem, Utah, allace (Andy) Cook of Ma- ath; six sisters, Edythe Ole- ead of Lethbridge, Blanche erkley of Magrath, A vilda eggic Raymond, Myrtle aeon of Letlibridge, Muriel abey of Ladysmith, B.C. and oxey Cook of Calgary. He was edece ascd by two brothers nd two sisters. Funeral ser- ces will he held Thursday, ctober 26, 1972 at 2 p.m. in Magrath LDS Church, with ishop R, M. Dahl officiating, nlerment will follow in the Ma- rath Cemetery. Friends may nect the family and pay their from l p.m. until prior j the service at the church. HRISTENSEN SALMON FU- ERAL HOME LTD., Directors f Funeral Service. C5093 IN MEMOR1AMS MICUEALL1S In lovi-ng memory of my sister, Mary, who passed av.'ay, October 25, 1971. Barnes 857 MICHAELIS In loving memory of my wife, Mary, who passed "away October 25, 1971. A thought, a prayer, a secret tear Then a silent wish that you were here. remembered by her loving husband Bill, and el aughler Doreen Cowie, 899 FUNERALS MATT1I1ES Funeral ser- icc for George Matthies, be- jved husband .of Mrs. Tina latfhies of Coaldale who died the city Sunday, Oct. 15, 972, after a brief illness at Ihe ge of 72 years, was held at 2 .m. Tuesday in the Mcnnonlta rethren Church with Rev. D. Pankratz officiating. Pall- jeare'.'s were John Nikkei, Abe nd Pater Goerzen, John Janz nd John Enns. Interment was n the Coaldale Cemetery, Mar- in Bros. Ltd. Directors of Fu- eral Service, was in charge of he arrangements." FALCONER Cranb ook estdent since she came as a to Fort Steele in ternwheeler, Mrs. H. C. Fal- oner, (nee Lillian Tannhaus- scr) lias died at 87 years. The 'annhausser family came from Itillwater, Minn., and she mov ed to Cranbrook in the early 900s as post office clerk s-srv- ng In its various locations here intil the "new" brick building, now demolished, was occupied. Irs. Falconer was a member of Christ Church parish from .fs start, and a longtime Rebck- ah member. She was an honor- ary officer of the East Koote- nay Historical Association. Her uisband survives her at their ionic, and a sister, Mrs. dances Staples at Vancouver. Cremation followed Ihe funeral service by Rev. Gavin Rumsey of Christ Church. NAGY For a dear mother Agnes Nagy, passed away Oc- tober 25, 1963. Just a thought of sweet re- memberance, Just a memory fond and true, Just the love and sweet devotion Of one who thinks of you. missed, lovingly re- membered by her daughter Helen. 8G8 Wtdneidoy, October 25, 1972 THE LHHBR1DGE HERALD 27 Trudeau argues vith Barrett SIMMONDS In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Lena June, who >assed away October 25, 1969. Three years have passed since that sad day, The only one we loved was called away God took her home, it was His will, But in our hearts she liveth still. remembered and sadly missed by Carol and Jim, Lone and Bobby, Gayle, Teivy. Vickie and 892 PERILS OF BEING A CELEBRITY While preparing for a TV Hotline show in Cal- gary Prime Minister Trudeau motioned to the technician how fo place 1he receiver head- set and in the process Mr. Trudeau's nose was given a slight tap making him wince a bit. He then straightened his nose and the job finished. Irish city rocked From AP-REUTER BELFAST (CP) A chain of explosions rocked Londonderry Tuesday night, a sniper killed a British soldier and the bodies of two men who had been stabbed were found in a ditch and a cowshed near the border of the Irish republic. Another soldier died from wouiu'ii received when a bcoby trap went off during a house search last week. The death tol! rose to at least 621 in more than three years of communal violence. The explosions in London- GHUNIN'GER loving memory of a dear son and CARDS OF THANKS KUI.TGEN I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks to my doctors ant5 nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the care given me during my stay in tiie hospital, to my family and friends for their visits, cards and gifts. Also to Ihe patients. Kultgen, Foremost. 834 HOHBS We wish lo express a most sincere thank you to friends, relatives and neigh- bors for flowers, cards, foot! and for the many expressions of sympathy during the be- reavement of our dear grand- daughter. Special Ihanks lo Ducan Industries and lo Kcv. It. Hanson of Claresholm. Tony and Gladys Manulak 855 LOMAS I wish lo extend a sincere thank you to my doc- tors, nurses and staff of Ihc Lethbridge Municipal and Auxi- liary hospitals for Ihe excellent care nnd attention I received white a palienl tlicre; lo the Rev. Mr. King and the other church chaplains, for llic many visits, and to all my friends and neighbors nnd my family for flowers, cards, etc. God bless you all. Mrs. George Lomas 883-27h brother. Terry, who passed away October 25, 1971. Your end was very sudden It made us weep and cry The saddest part of all Terry You never said goodbye. Each time we see your picture You seem to smile and say "DonH cry, I'm only sleeping We'll meet again some day." For those who have a son or brother Treat him with loving care For you will never know the heartache 'Til you know that he's not there. v e r remembered and sadly missed by Mom and Dad, Shelley, Lori and Cameron. 836 derry, Northern Ireland's sec- ond largest city, occurred within 15 minutes. Six blasts wrecked a rugby club pavilion. a post office, an electrica' transformer and a store. There were no casualties. Hardline Protestant leader William Craig, who last week- said his followers would shoot and kill to (Wend their British heritage, stepped up his attack on the British government Tuesday night. He said his supporters would battle to regain a strong pro- vincial parliament, suspended by the British government when it assumed direct rule of Northern Ireland last March. He said civil war was pos sihle in Northern Ireland within six months, but added: "By baring our teeth now we can prevent civil war. Once that message is got over loud and clear, no British government could take the step which would release (he holocaust Ihe like of which fhe Western world has never seen." Craig added: "These are no idle words. Civil would be all-out war in social, economic and polilical lerms against those who seek to destroy our constitution." Crack down on hunting violations EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta lands and forests depart- ment wil use airc-aft to crack- down on jacklighting and other hunting violations, it was an- nounced Tuesday. Department spokesman Ern- Piseikla said routine aerial checks will be made of the ureas and suspicious activities will be reported to hunting of- ficers patrolling in vehicles. Mr. Piscikla said he expects violations to increase alter the first major snowfall when the number of hunters increases. "Tlie department is concern- ed about the apparent increase in the amount cf jacklighting (hunting at night) going on particularly in the St. Paul and Athabasca Brcas." He said hunters in those areas are tracking white-fail deer with vehicles, using headlights and spotlights. Violators of the Game Act face fines and jail sentences for seme vehicles were impoundtx by the department. Where parly leaders arc By THE CANADIAN PRESS Prime Minister niumlslon, N.B. C1 o n R r r v a 11 v R Leader eiv Dr-mocrnt leader Leu Bay, Ixmdon, Branlford, Onl., Toronto. Social Credit Leaner VANCOUVER (CP) Prime' iinlster Trudeau completed his st pre-election campaign ving through Ihe West Tues- ay, telling voters not to expect cgional favors, and pausing riefly to argue with Premier ave Barrett of British Colum- ia about federal contributions owards higher pensions. Mr. Trudeau ended his busy ay with a one-hour television how in Vancouver, paid for by liberals, during which be .elded questions which, typl- ally, gave him an opportunity o discuss everything from 'French power" in Ottawa to Employment possibilities for In- dividual caller-s. If he didn't break any new vound in the way ot announce- nents, he had ample opportun- before enthusiastic au- diences, to tell voters about the 'new confident Canada" as op- posed to the "troubled Canada of 1968." >ed-up Flying in from a hep- Saskatoon shopping }laza rally, attended by more .han the prime minister said in a packed Victoria [heatre that Canadians now are thinking more about the type o Canada they want, thus contrib- uting to a duller campaign than in 1968. To the people in heatre, plus some 500 who tood outside, Mr. Trudeau said hat "Canadians are tmnkisg iver the kind of country they lave and are making their iholce on the kind of country hey want." 'KEMIEil AWAITS When Mr. Trudcau arrived !n Victoria, Premier Barrett was at the airport with about 100 Ubecal support- he and the prime mio- ister spent about 20 minutes alone talking about increased pensions before Mr. Trudeau left the aircraft. 'I made a number of re- said Mr. Barrett. Asked whether he was satis- fied, he told reporters: "Not completely, but I am not com- pletely dissatisfied." He said would be making an announce- ment in the legislature. Mr. Trudeau said the B.C. premier had received "no as- surances." At issue was a B.C. proposal to increase assistance to the contributions from Ottawa. Sources said the talks appeared to end in a stand-off, probably until the end of the election campaign. Language schools cutback revealed Morning-after birth pills successful EDMONTON (CP) About 100 students at the University of Alberta were given a morn- ing after birth control pill in the past 18 months and none became pregnant, Dr. Michael Ball, director: of student health services, said today. Dr. Ball said international literature on the pill's use indi- cates it has been successful in all but one or two of cases. He said the University of Toronto reported 100 per cent success in 15 students given the pill last year. FALLS SO FEET, LIVES TOKYO CAP) A 16-month- old boy survived an 80-foot fall Monday from a veranda of the ninth-floor of an, apartment house in a Tokyo suburb, police reported. They said Akio Sato suffered a serious injury to his By RICHARD JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The weeks of In- struction and the number of grades of achievlment are being cut back in the federal government's language schools. At the same time, the process of learning the second language is being speeded up. Tlic four levels of learning phrase it, into Iliree levels re- quired hours of 36 weeks to complete, have been "re- as tlie officials phrase it. into three levels re- quiring only 900 hours or 2? weeks. This "restructuring" of the language courses began late in the summer and now have been about completed, with the for- mer senior levels of three and four being compressed into the one time-shortened fop-most third level. But those public servants who had started on level four are being allowed to finish it as a "supplementary" grade of lan- guage learning. Executives directing the gov- ernment's bilingual language program deny the commoi public service even the mo live for this compression of thi courses and the time they tab is to increase the number, i not the quality of learning o the graduates, dramatically. sharply even It was nothing more than icincidence, insist the officials -hat "studies" of Dr. Peter ?oulombe who heads a Treas- ury Board task force on the success or failure of the bili- ngual program, havo revealed it as a "flop." These "studies" somehow "leaked" to The Montreal newspaper Le Devoir, to the Treasury Board concedes President Drury, of the government. In denying reports based on these "studies" that the cost of turning out a bilingual public servant was with the full cost so far of the language pro- gram running million, Mr. Drury promised a sharply increased success rate over tha next six months for the govern- ment's schools. He was confident, he Insisted, that instead of only gradu- ates being turned out, the schools would produce by next mid-year. Bride marooned LA UNION, Spain (Reuter) The bride was marooned minutes before her wedding in this southern seaside village by a flood that trapped her in her home. The wedding had to ba postponed, Three killed in Oyeu crash OYEN' (CP) Three people were killed todas' and two olhers critically injured when the car they were riding in collided wilh a semi trailer near this eastern Albtrta com- munity. TICMP said the accident oc- curred on No. 9 Highway with the trnclor tank trailer west- bound and the car heading cast. Names were not released. Ex-Lcthbridge man elected EDMONTON (CP) Dr. John Pale-son, a former teach- er and counsellor in the Ed- monton public school system, is the new chairman of the Ed- monton public school board. Dr. Pfilcrson, a native of LethbridRc elected to (he board in last October's civic election, succeeds Donald Kennedy. Dr. Paterson is director of the counselling ccnlrc at the Uni- versity of Alberta. Boy, 12 dies of injuries CALGARY (CP) James Quinlon, 12, died in hospital of injuries suffered in a shooting accident. Police said the boy and his brother were playing with a firearm in their home when the gun discharged. The bullet struck him in the head. 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