Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
26 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, September 1, 1972- FUNERAIS PATTERSON Fvmerul ser- vice for Mr. Gordon William Patterson of 1261 6th Aw. S. who (lied in ttio cily Wednes- day, Any. 23, 1972, at the age of 69 years, was held nt 3 p.m. Saliirday in Martin Bros. Mem- orial Chapel mill Rev. Bfakc Anderson officiating. Pallbear- ers were Free. Frlddls, Ed Vair, Jim Duval, Frank Doc- chak, Ken Tatabc and Jim Mc- Lean. Interment was in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Martin Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was iu charge of trc arrangements. CLAYDON Mineral ser- vice for James Wilford Clay- don, who farmed on the original homestead all of his life ami the last surviving son of tho well known district oldlinters Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Claydon and who died in the. city Wednesday, Aug. 23, 1972, after a brief ill ness at the age of 67 years was held at p.m. Monday in Martin Bros. Memorial Cha pel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev H. Jost officiating. Pallbearers were John Warmink, Ceci Baines, George and Rober Todd and Joe and Ted Pitt. In terment was in the Arclimoun Memorial Gardens. Marti] Bros, Ltd., Directors of Funera Service, was in charge of tin arrangements. LEE Funeral service fo Mr. Yook Mon Lee, who die in the city Saturday, Aug. 19 1972, at the age of 74 years was held at 3 p.m. Friday i Martin Bros. Traditional Ch pel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with R Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating Pallbearers were Jack, Jim an Woh Lee, Hong Wong, Wa Kwan and Kenny Jong. Inte: men1 was in the Chinese sci tion of Mountain View Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direi tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FUNERALS SLEGMUND Funeral ser- ce for Ericli Paul Kciguumd, cloved husband of the late rs. Clara Berta Siegmunil of oaldale who (lied at Calgary Aug. 23, 1972, after long illness at the age of 78 ears, was held at p.m. aturday in Martin Bros. Trn- itional 812 3rd Ave. with RDV. B. L. Anderson fficiaUug. Pallbearers were Ian Davidson, Nick Lasluka, rvin and Kenneth Pickering, Inn Rach and Carl Kichter. In- FUNERALS THAVEH8 Funeral service for Mr. George. Daugherty Tra- vers, beloved husband of (he late Mrs. Ruby May Travcrs who died suddenly at Cranbrook Thursday, Aug. 2-1, 1972. at the CARDS OF THANKS CUHLK (WILLIAM) We wish to express our sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness, floral tributes do- nations, food, cards, and those age of 80 years, of No. 308 Gar-1 who helped with the rye har- den Villa Apartments, Lcth- erinent was in the Coaldale emelcry. Mariin Brorf. Ltd., 'irectors of Funeral Service, 'as in charge of the arrange- ments. PENNER Funeral service or Mrs. Mary Pcnner, beloved vifc of Mr. David Pcnner of jrassy Lake who died in the ily Wednesday, Aug. 23, 1972, iffer a brief illness at the ago if 79 years, was held at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Mennonite Brethren Church, Grassy Lake ith Rev. D. J. Pankratz otfof- ieiating. Pallbearers were Jack, Wiilard and Bill Penner, David Penner, Jr., Henry Thiessen and John Dyck. Hon- orary pallbearers were Henry Willms, Bert Affleck, Nick Kralui, John Koehn, Jack Hen- dricks and Peter Barg. Inter- ment was in the Grassy Lake Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. bridge, was held at 3 p.m. Tues- day in St. Augustine's Angli- can Church with Rev. U. L. Crisfield officiating. Pallbear- ers were Bruce Alger, Frank Watkins, Peter Hovenko, Holy Jardine, Alex Gilcrest and Wally Adam. Interment was io Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SMEED Funeral service for Reginal Jack Smeed, be- loved husband of Mrs. Ella Mary Srneed of 725 15th St. N. who died suddenly in the city Friday, Aug. 25, 1972, at the age of 56 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in the Firsl United Clmrch with Rev. K. V Jordan officiating. Pallbearers were Beniie Bailey, Bob Jar- vis, Harold Lehto, Sid Mat thews, Bert Mezei and Smith. Interment was PREPARE FOR TRIALS FRANKFURT, Germany CAP) Seventeen German judges and lawyers will visit Pinsk in the Soviet Union during September in preparation for the trial of six men in Frank- furt. The six are charged in connection with the murder dur- ing the Second World War of Jews near Pinsk. THE POLICE DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE hereby offer for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOLLOWING UNCLAIMED BICYCLES: Mountain View Cemetery. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu ncral Service, was in charge o the arrangements. HARBERS Funeral ser vice for Gerrit B. Harbers, be- loved husband of Mrs. Theo dora Harbers of Nobleford wh died suddenly in the city Satur day, Aug. 26, 1972, at the ag of 76 years, was held at 2 p.m Tuesday in the Monarch Re- formed Church with Rev. Jolir Moerman officiating. Pallbear ers were John, and Henry Har here, John Hofmtn, Alan Hux ley, Hank Valk and Hernia Emmelkamp. Interment was i the family plot in the Monarcl Nobleford Cemetery. Marti Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funera Service, was in charge of tli arrangements. BICYCIE NO. 1. Werlkh 2. 3. Glider 4. tumala 5. Glider 6. CCM 7. CCM 8. Glider 9. CCM 10. G.T. Cyclone 11. Simp-Seors 12. Husky 13. CCM MAKE COLOR Red and white trike Blue ancF white trike Blue (girls') Green, bronze Red and silver (boys') Red (boys') Red (boys') Gold and white (b-ys'J Gold (boys') Black Red 10 speed (be, J) Red 'small' (boys') Gold 3 speed (boys') K. Marshall Wells Gold (boys') 15. Raleigh 16. CCM 17. Gurry 18. CCM 19. CCM 20. Husky 21. Deelite 22. Triumph 23. Majestic Bronze (girls') Red 3 speed (boys') Red (boys') Red (boys') Red (boys') Red 3 upeed (boys') Purple (boys') Green 3 speed (boys') Blue 'small' (girls') SERIAL NO. Nil Nil TE 22595 Nil 6892413 EO36256 K794409 2243975 Nil 12601 27455 3844402 KOI 6767 2249 FD 250! K409726 3406000 EO1I84 J243133 S12179 S98252 52I5FD 516 Theie bicycles may be Inspected at the police station and a bid may be entered on one bicycle or the entire lot. Bids must be entered on the proper form which may be ob- tained at the police Italian complaint office. BIDS CLOSE TUESDAY, SEPT. 5th, 1972 AT 6 P.M. CARDS OF THANKS GREENE We would lik !o express our heartfelt grat tude and sincere appreciation the people, who in their varioi ways were so helpful during o1 recent bereavement in the los of our dear mother and gran mother. A special thank you Rev. Gamble, Paul Manley, the pallbearers, to those w-! prepared the lunch and to a who offered consolation wit words, cards and flowers, sincere thank you. and Marie Cheryl and Dale Koral rmd Lawrence The family the late Mr. Gerrit B. Harbe wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to then many relatives, neighbours and friends for the beautiful flmv- ers, cards, donations of food and other acts of kindness dur- ing our recent saj bereave- ment. A special thanks to Rev. J. Moerman for his prayers and visits, the doctor, the nurses and nursing aides for the care and kindne given to Dad. Words cannot express our feelings to show how deeply we appreciated your help and kind- ness. Gerrit B. Harbers and st during the recent loss of a ing husband, father and andfatlier. A special thanks the doctor, the nursing staff the Clatssholiu Municipal jspital, Rev. W. E. Julian, illbearers and Leyden's Fun- al Home. Phil, Dorecn, Joyce and families. 8332 BULVA Wo would like to press our appreciation to our any friends, neighbours, doe- rs, ambulance; the- staff of rst Main and Intensive Caro nit and nurses at St. Michael's ospital, who tried so hard to ave Ken's life; also the ex- ressions of sympathy, floral ibulcs, mass cards, acts of indness which we received dur- ig oui' bereavement in the loss 1 our beloved son and brother, [artin Bros. Funeral Home, 1C members of the C.W.L. of icture Butte who helped in reparing the lunch, and neigh- ours who sent baking. These xpressicns of kindness have eiped ever so much to lighten ur sorrow. Barbara Bulva and family Mom and dad Bulva anc families Mother L e n g y e 1 and families 8334 Cattle en route to Russia CALGARY (CP) A slup- ment of 390 cattle, part of a million sale to the Soviet Union, left here recently on Ca- nadian National Railway for Montreal. Sent by the Alberta Herford Association, the cattle will be aken by boat from Montreal to le Latvian port of Iliga, near ie Bailie sea and west of Mos- >w. The cattle will then be anned out to state owned arms in the Ukraine for brecd- ng purposes. It was the first stage in what s believed to ha the largest Canadian catile sale to Russia, made in May, and the first In- volving dairy animals. The sale, the size of which vas increased a few weeks ago, involves purebred >eef and Police on Colombo caper: Why did the man do it? comprise 900 each of Hereford who was wounded last year in and Holsteins, and 85 Aberdeen an altempt on his life. Angus. Ninety per cent of the IN MEMORIAM WATSON In loving mem cry of a dear mother, and Mary Mack ay iVatson, who passed away Sep- tember 4, 1955. remembered by Bill, May and Dave and family and grandchildren. 833fj Pnltern 7063 families. 8333 mOTQRS _ LETHBRID6E ARE NOW ACCEPTING FACTORY ORDERS ON 1973 CHRYSLER, PLYMOUTH and PODGE TRUCKS 1372 PRIDES UNTIL 1973 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT DATE. ORDER BEFORE PRICE INCREASES. SALES OPPORTUNITY Exceptionally good opportunities to iei? 1973 Chrysler, Plymouth Cars and Dodge Trucks. Require hard working, intelligent young talesman. Previous experience rot necessary. Politeness, appearance and good attitude a must. Contact Sales Mgr., lorne Franz at 327-1591. mOTORS WINNIPEG (CP) Police said Friday they think they know who pulled off an elabo- rate hoax in Winnipeg under the name of New Yorker Jo- seph Colombo Jr. But why he did it is another question. "We want to try to determine what this man's motive Insp. Allan Biggs told reporters as the investigation continued. He said it definitely was not Colombo who niado a purchase offer on a Winnipeg luxury home in that name, announced his intention of marrying a lo- cal girl and declared he has in- terests in the World Hockey As- sociation. Strong denials already have been issued by WHA officials and owners and by the New York family of Joseph Colombo Sr., founder of the Italian- American Civil Rights League the sale, confirmed later an of- fer was made In the name of Colombo and accepted. It was accompanied by a cheque for a deposit, bearing a Colombo signature. Mr. Minuk said the matter has been turned over to police and declined to disclose the amount of the cheque. The former Eaton house now is owned by Winnipeg business- man Peter Kygard, who said nothing had been done to com- plete I lie sale since he accepted an offer for a figure "well be- low" tho intimated In the news release. Until the transaction Is com- pleted and the required pay- ment received, he added, "nab- urally there is no sale." WATCH TUESDAY'S HERAID for FURNITURE CLOSE-OUT SALE PERMIT NO. 953 Insp. Biggs said "we have an idea" of the identity of the man whose masquerade involved a Winnipeg real estate firm and whose escapades were made public in a press release issued Wednesday night. He refused to disclose tho name, however. He said no ar- rest warrant had been issued, no charge laid and investiga- tion was continuing to deter- mine whether any criminal of- fence had been committed. Whoever he is, the man's whereabouts were not known Friday. Also missing since Thursday is Lesia Lucan, 21, daughter of a Winnipeg hotel owner and named in the announcement as the girl the self-styled Colombo was to marry. Insp. Biggs said police had no reason to fear for her safety. The press release delivered to Winnipeg news media Wednesday night said Joseph Colombo Jr. of New York, iden- tified as president of "tho American-Italian League, had purchased the 40-room home on Wellington Crescent once owned by a member of the Ea- ton department store family. President Bert Mlnuk of Park Realty, the firm identified in the press release as handling Stripes have the lively look he loves for "fun" outings. INSTANT CROCHET. Stripe- lappy vest in shell stitch, al- ernating open rows, tops the shell-stitch skirt. Use knitting vorsted, big hook. Pat. 7063: sizes 2-12 included. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling :o Alice Brooks, care of (Name of Your Ncedlccraft Dent., Address. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, 'NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRTDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontarir. 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As Prime Minister Trudeau left Government House surrounded by aides, the unidentified woman pressed forward and asked softly when the election would be. "The the prime minister was overheard replying. The official an- nouncement didn't come until about a half-hour later. Canadian Radio-Television Commission Conseil de [a Radio-Television Canadienno Ottawa, August 23, 1972 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ISSUE NO. 3 The Canadian Radio-Television Commission will hold o Public Hearing at tho Chateau Lacombe Hotel, Edmonton, Alta, commencing 7'jisday, October 3, 1972 at a.m. to consider the following appfiralion: LICENCE RENEWALS Applications for renewal of broadcasting licence of following FM radio stolion: LOCATION CALL SIGN NUMBER APPLICANT IETHBRIDGE, CHEC-FM 7202096 AtTA. Examination of appl [cation t Lethbrrdge, Alia. Southern Alberta Broadcasting Llmifed, 401 Mayor MagralS Drive, Lolhbridge, Alfa. Mayor Magrcth PROCEDURE FOR HEARINGS TIME LIMIT. Upon publication of this notice, applications listed abova cannot bo amended no.r ndd-'icnal Information filed by these applicants, EXAMINATION OF DOCUMENTS: Applications are available to anyone ior perusal during regular office hours at Ihe Office of lhr> Commission, 100 Melcalfe Slreet, Room 1607, Ottawa, Ont. or in Ihe area ID be served by the applicant at the address given in this notice, for iheir exammnlion. Reference must be made 1o the complete application for fnfarmaHon. NOTICE OF INTERVENTIONS: Any person I nle rested in an application menlinned In thfs notfee can make an inlerventfon to support, modify or opposo il. Jnterventions must be served by registered mail on the applicant an or before September 15, 1972 and filed [n duplicale with ihe Secretary, CRTC, 100 Metcalfe Slreet, Ollawa, with postal receipt on or before Septembafc- 15, 1972. Thfl new CRTC of Procedure (SOR 71-330) govern parties to Copies ore available from Infor- mation Canada. CRTC Public 1972-26 MONiQUE COUPAL, Secretary. 7th St. 1st Ave. S, LETHBRIDGE Ph. 327-1591 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE Property Owner Petitions for 1973 Local Improvements will be accepted by the Office of the City Clerk until September 29, 1972 for the following construction Projects: 1. New Sidewalks, Curbs Gutters 2. Renewal Sidewalks, Curbs Gutters 3. Street Paving 4. Lane Paving BEGIN YOUR BETTER TO-MORROW TO-DAY! Earn More! Qualify Easilyl THROUGH SECRETARIAL TRAINING ENROL NOW DAY SCHOOL FALL TERM STARTS SEPTEMBER 5 AND ANY MONDAY THEREAFTER A.C.C.C. DIPLOMA COURSES There's an amazingly wonderful future fust waiting for you. Welcoma It way you should! Are you going Jo be satisfied with just o "good" job? Or do you want a really SATISFYING REWARDING POSITION? Do you wanl to use all your natural abilities to earn whaf you deserve? Now Ts the lime to make ihis choice! With the lightening job situation, complete training is a must! 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