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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS Willow Creek School Division No. requests tenders on the supply an Installation of approximately fo of six feet high chain link fence wi poles every 12 feet. Interested aro to contact Mr. Mik Jordan, at 234-3018, for further detol as to location, gates, and corner posl Tenders should be forwarded to tl undersigned by noon on August 1970. Lowest nor any tender not nece sarlly accepted. R. E Congdon, Secretary Treasurer, Willow Creek School Division No. 28, Box 69, CLARESHOLM, Alberta, NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the estate pf ALEXANDER BACH, late of the City of Lethbrldn In the Province of Alberta, 'vho die on 13th day of June, A.D. 1970. Taf notice that all persons having claim upon the estate of the above name must file with the undersigned sollc tors by the 1st day of September, A.D 1970, a full statement of their clali and of securities held by them. IVE5 AND OFFEV P.O. Box 728, 324 7th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executors NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF DAVID A! PIERSON, otherwise known as DAVI1 ALMA PIERSON, late of Picture Bull In the Province of Alberta, who die on the 28th day of May A. D. 197C TAKE NOTICE THAT all person having claims upon the estate of th above named must file with the und" mentioned by Ihe 10th day of Septe bar A. D. 1970, a full statement their claims and of securities lie-id them. F. T. Byrne Solicitor for the Executor. f NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the estate of FREDERICK GEORGE RANNARD, late of the CifV of Lethbridge, in the Province of Al berta, died on the 22nd day r JUM, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons ha' Ing claims upon the estate of the a_bove named must file with trie undersignet solicitors by the 8th day ol September A.D. 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them IVES AND OFFET P.O. Box 723 324 Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Executor. AT NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of ALBERT P. PERRY, late of Lethbridge, Alberta, who died on the day of June, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons ha1 Ing claims upon the estate ot the above named must file with the undernignec solicitor by the first day of Septem- ber, A.D. 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. MARTIN HOYT, ESQ., Barrister and Solicitor, 335 10th Street South, lethbridge. Alberta. Solicitor .for thti Exscutrtx, Elspetn Harvey. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of Efner Viggo Johan- sen( also known us Vlggo Johansen, late of Hardieville, In the Province of Alberta, who died on the I3th of July, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons haying claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the un- dersigned Solicitor by the 31st day of August, 1970 a full statement of their claims and of securities held by VASEIENAK, Q. C. Suite D. Metcalfe Bldg., Lelhbrldae. Alberta, solicitor for Executrix cleo McLean. A9 Canada, Israel To Sign Pact TEL AVIV (AP) A Canadi- an-Israeli civil air pact is ex- pected to be signed next month, El Al, Israel's national airline, confirmed today. Arnold Sherman, El Al's spokesman, told The Associated Press that "although negotia- tions are not complete, we are planning for flights to Canada to begin next spring." Sherman said the new agree- ment, will provide for three flights a week between Montreal and Tel Aviv by each of the car- riers Al and CP Air. Uf BIRTHS DANPELSON Rick and Karen Danielson of Omi Hachi- man, Japan, are pleased to an- nounce the birth of a son, Franklin Andrew, born June 20, J 1970. PAULSON Edda and Peter Paulson are proud to announce (lie birth of their daughter, Nicole Edda, on July 30, 1970, at St. Michael's Hospital, Leth- bridge. 5170 DEATHS DEGLOW Passed away in Calgary on Saturday. August 1, 1970, Elmer Emil Deglow at the age of 80 years, beloved husband of the late Nonna Eu- genia Deglow formerly of Mag- rath. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rector's of Funeral Arrange- ments. C9448A VAN LOHUIZEN Mrs. Pearl Kimbley Van Lohuizen, passed away on Saturday, July 11, 1970, at the age of 86 years in New York City. Sorn March 11, 1884 at Iowa Iowa. She lived at Mon- arch, Alberta, Canada for 13 years, was predeceased by her second husband William Van Lohuizen in 1956. She leaves to mourn her loss Uiree sons and :ive daughters, six step-chil- dren and several grandchil- dren. Interment was in New York City where her daughter Koke lives. 5194 DEATHS GARDINER Annie formi ly Annie Gate of C o 1 e m a passed away at Port Alber B.C. Tuesday, July 28, 1970. Fi neral service and interme were held in Port Alberni, B. C944 JAMIESON Grace Ali Jamieson, beloved wife of Pcti Jameson, passed away sudde ly Friday, July 31, 1970, at h home 3903 23 Ave. S.W. C gary. She leaves to mourn h daughter (Kathleen) M Barry Corns of Calgary; h son Peter Colin Jamieson Toronto; five granddaughte and five sisters. Born at Sunn slope, Alberta, she was a gra uate nurse from Calgary Ge eral Hospital and had lived Alex, Claresholm, Leihbridg Fairview, Edmonton and C gary. Funeral arrangemen are with Garden Chapel 16 Ave. N.W., Calgary. Funer date is to be announced. 51 PAWLOWSKI of Hay passed away at Tabef, Frida July 31, 1970, Annie, at the a of 51 years: Born at Albertow Sask. March 3, 1919, she ma ried October 31, 1937 and th farmed in the Oscar Lake are until moving to Hays in 195 Survivors are her h u s b a n Joseph of Hays; two daughter Mrs. John (Frances) Meie Hays; Mrs. Ronald (Mary Anr Unrah, Lethbridge; six gran children; two sisters, Mr Frances Zarubiak, Saskatoo Mrs. Tessie Timoffee, Missi City, B.C.; four brothers, W liam and Steve Hiibner, Van couvei', Paul Hiibner, Sask toon, Michael M; Dowall, Sask. Prayers mil said in St. Clare's Roma Catholic Church in Hays Monday, August 3 at 8 p.i Funeral service be co ducted from St. Clare's Romar Catholic Church in Hays Tuesday, August 4 at 11 a.m with Rev. Father Charles M Ciellan celebrant. Mermen will follow in the Vaurhall cem etery. Humphries Fun era Home Ltd., Taber, in in chars of arrangements. C94- HOMULOS Matthew, pass- ed away in the city on Thurs- day, July 30, 1970, at the age of 90 years, beloved husband of he late Mrs. Alice HOmulos vho predeceased him hi 1960. Hr. Homulos was born' in Aus- ria, Hungary and came to Canada in September of 1899 where he made his1 home in ,ethbridge. He worked in the Mai mines of Lethbridge for 47 and had worked as a miner for seven years before to Canada, making a otal of 54 years of working un- lerground. At the time of his massing he was one of the old- st retired miners. In 1946 he etired from the mines and took job working for the city. He oved to fish and to garden, always having a beautiful yard, to mourn liis passing are ive sons, Alex of Frank, Mat- hew Jr. and Percy of Leth- ridge and Vince and Vic of )undas, Ont; four daughters, Irs. E. P. (Mary) Olmstead of unnyvale, Calif., Mrs. Gil Katie) Oliver of Couer D'Alene, daho, Mrs. Helen Patience of jthbridge, and Mrs. Wm. Agnes) Theissing of Barons; one brother Michael (Mike) wenty-three grandchildren and Mrty-six great-grandchildren, "e was predeceased by a daugh- er, Anne and a sister Mary and had done so even on th, FIESCHUK N i c k o 1 passed away in th city on Friday, July 31, 1970, a the age of 86 years, belove husband of the late Mrs. Mar Pieschuk of Lethbridge. Mr Pieschuk was bora in Droh, leycz, Poland, November 1883, and came to Canad around 1908, where he workec in Rcgina fcr two years befor moving worked Lethbridge. H the coal mines {ostelnik as well as his wife, Jice. Requiem Mass will be eld on Saturday, August 1, 970 at 10 a.m. in the St. Peter nd St. Paul's Greek Catholic hureh, with Father N. Diadio as celebrant. Interment will illow in the family plot in the Patrick's Cemetery. Pray- rs will be said in the Chris- nsen Chapel on Friday (to- ay) at 8 p.m. Christensen almon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- working in the No. 3, No. 6 anc the No. 8 mines before retirin at the age of 67 years. He ha continued to live in Lethbridg until the time of his passing He loved to work in the garden day of his passing. Left t mourn his passing are thre daughters, Mrs. Dan (Minnie Murphy of Lethbridge, Mrs Ann Chollar of Seattle, Wash, and Mrs. Kate Gordon of New ton Falls, Ohio; two sons, Alex and John both of Lethbridge seven grandchildren and fou: He wa ectors of Funeral Service. C9446 glasses They know when fo turn and off They darken when it's sunny and bright Then clear indoors and at Bight, Smoothly. Comfortably. Automatically. A neutral gray that never hides your eyes, doesn't disturb natural coloring. Corning created tho glass. We make the glasses to your prescription. Just come in and ask. OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. JOB 7lh ST S IflHBRIDr.E 3609 predeceased by Ms wife Mary eleven years to the day and by one son Joseph in 1951. Re quiem Mass will be held in the. St. Basils Catholic Church on Tuesday August 4th at 10 a.m. with Father S. Gyorkos as cele brant. Interment will be in the family plot in the S'i. Patricks Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C9445 FUNERAL ROUTLEDGE Funeral ser- vice for Miss Elizabeth Ann Routledge, who died in the city Wednesday, July 29, 1970, after a long illness at the age of 73 years, was held at p.m. Friday in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S.. with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Fred A. and John Reiver, George Swedish and Ken David. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. CARD OF THANKS NOVAK We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to all friends for their many acts of kindness and sympathy follow- ing the loss of our dear father, Lovro. We thank all those for masses, flowers, earth and food. A special thanks to all the doc- tors and nurses at the St. Michael's Hospital. Your acts of kindness and Ihoughtfulness will always be remembered. Nick PremicJi family; Mrs. Joe Mrak and family. UTS CARDS OF THANKS TOPOLNISKY I wish to thank Hie City Police for their help in taking my wife to ttie clinic when she took ill. Dale Topolinsky, Kim, berly, B.C. 5159 KROPINAK I wish to ex- tend my sincere gratitude to the doctors arid nurses for their assisstance and kindness ex- tended to me during my recent stay at the Municipal Hospital; also to my relatives and friends who so thoughtfully sent cards, flowers and visited me. I wish to express my deepest apprecia- tion. Jean Kropinak. 5160 BRAAT We wish to express our sincere thanks aid appreci- ation to all our wonderful friends and relatives who were so kind to us, and for the beauti- ful flowers, cards, etc., we re- ceived during our recent bereve ment. Thanks also to the pall- bearers for their help. Your thoughtfulness will always be treasured. Kenneth and Tracy Braat. 5193 BIG JET CRASHES PIGGOTT, Ark. (AP) A U.S. Air Force Hercules C-130 transport plane on a training mission crashed in woods near here Thursday night, killing all six crew members, police said. A witness said the plane was afire in the air and a wing fell off before the aircraft went down. One of the engines fell on the home of Roy Book, who said he was able to extinguish a fire which broke out at the house. Two Men Men Ejected From Court EDMONTON (CP) Two men were ejected from Mag- istrate's Court Friday as they shouted: "We are being denied the right to a fair trial." Frederick Herzog, 35, and Ian Walker, 22, both of Edmon- ton, were appearing at an in- terim remand of their pending preliminary hearing on a charge of defamatory libel al- legedly c o m m i tt c d against Magistrate John Coughlan. After entering the prisoners' box they were told by Magis- trate Dean Saks that their pre- liminary hearing would be held on Tuesday, Aug. li. Herzog then said he wanted three people subpoenaed: Mag- istrates Dean Saks, John Coughlan and Paul Rolf. "You are the Herzog shouted. "You keep us locked up. You deny us telephone calls. Now you are denying us the right to subpoena. "Do we have the right to Herzog asked Mag- istrate Saks. "You have the right to subpoena the magis- trate replied. "But you are denying us that right. "We are being denied a fair he said, his voice rising. At this point the magistrate ordered their removal, and a uniformed police officer eject- ed Walker first. Herzog, who kept shouting his accusations, was removed minutes later with the help of three plainclothes officers from the public gallery. The two men stand jointly charged with Susan Herzog, 24, wife of Frederick, and Roger Ten Trey, 23, both of Edmon- ton, with criminal libel against Magistrate Coughlan. The four accused are to be tried by judge and jury. Jolurday, Auju.t 1, 1970 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID 23 Farewell Sippers, Gulpers LONDON (AP) Farewell Harry Sippcrs. Farewell likewise to Harry Gulpers as the Royal Navy abandons a tradition of more Ulan two centuries and May ends its daily issue of free rum. For the last time, barring mutiny, bosuns will pipe "up spirits" and ratings will line up for their ration of 93.5- proof spirit, muttering as they receive it the traditional re- sponse, "Stand fast the Holy Ghost." Gone will be Harry Kippers, a swig for the mate who does 3rou a good turn. Gone will be Harry Gulpers, a double swig for who saved your life. The Royal Navy decided last year that ram-soaked Devastated Villages Found TEHRAN (AP) Rescue workers in northeast Iran today found five more villages devas- tated by earthquakes Thursday, and the toll of known dead rose to 175. As the rescuers combed the rubble and extended their search across the vast area struck by the quake, govern- ment spokesmen said the toll probably would go higher. Officials of the Red Lion and Sun, the Iranian Red Cross, said so far 451 seriously injured per- sons had been found in 31 vil- lages devastated by the quake. Many of the injured were trapped for hours in the ruins of their home. While troops and social work- ers searched around the clock for survivois and bodies, heli- copters dropped food, medical supplies and tents in remote areas. sailors had no place in a mod- ern warship and embarked on a propaganda campaign to get the message over. It hardly succeeded. Two hundred sailors recently greeted Prince Philip, an old navy hnnd, mill a chant of "Save our tot." The. prince made no com- ment but pulled his admiral's rank behind the scenes to make sure the men weren't punished. Rum and the navy first got together after the capture of Jamaica early in the 18lh cen- tury. It was then called rum- bullion or saccharum but quickly got shortened to rum. The original daily ration was half a pint a man. This, too, got shortened, and to- day's final measure was an eighth of a pint, diluted for younger ratings with two parts of water. The rum was ladled from brassbound casks with pol- ished lettering reading "God Bless the Queen." The navy says it will sell the casks at each to anyone who wants one so long as a sailor. Whatever is left of the rum will be sold, too, but to the liq- uor trade. It's Likely to be- come a collector's item. The navy reckons that cut- ting off the rum from sailors in 130 ships and scores of "stone save more than a year. In Halifax, an armed forces spokesman said there were no plans to eliminate the daily tots aboard Canadian naval ships. Elks Elect New Officers VANCOUVER (CP) The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks elected G. A. Van of Langley, B.C. as its new grand exalted ruler at its 58th annual convention here. Mrs. Frank Gray of Daupbin, Man., was elected head of Order of the Royal Purple, Elks' women's auxiliary. E. J. Idler of Winnipeg was elected Elks' secretary treasurer and Mrs. Onagh Hoeght of Calgary continued in the same post of the O.O.R.P. In business at the conven- tion, it was announced that had been raised by the O.O.R.P. for the Elks' pro- gram of early detection of deafness in Canadian children. Gems of Truth: PRESENTED WEEKLY BY VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. SUPPLIERS OF BUILDING MATERIAL SPECIALTIES LETHBRIDGE Is your life a shining witness With a testimony true? Could the world be won to Jesus Just by what they see in you? Crossword 1 Football runners. I Flying heroes. 10 Mexican river. 16 Pork product. 21 Csvltles, 22 Ibsen character. 23 Ark's land. Ing place. 24 Degrade. 25 Psklstsn port. 27 N. Zeslsnd metropolis. 2fl-Policeman. 90 Building extensions. 31 Converse. 33 Bench. M Ligsl profession. W snakes. 17 Ship's trestletret bracket. 39 Edible morsel. 40 Grime. 41 Irlih king Brisn 42 Regulation. by J. P. Campbell CEE IS FOR CITIES ACROSS 44 English 82 Choo Channel Choo." port 85 Executed 46 bills: si. anarchist. 47 Big Bertha. 89 Favorite. 48 Like a 91 Artificial gravestone. language. 61 That one 92 Phrygian there. king. 62 Site of 94 Edible fish. Baylor Univ. 85 Kind of 53 City in New pesch. Jersey. 99 Muffin. 56 Inner secret. 100 Chinese or 58 Idaho town. silken. Haitien. 62 Salutation. 63 Cuban port. 65 Thin. 66 Prickly seedcase. 67 Beverages. 68 Lament. 69 French 71Vasa. 72 Green thumbers. 74 Iowa city. 76 Amuse oneself. 78 Hazy air Ingredient, condition. 119 Harsh. 79 Offspring. 120 Arabian SOTiticaca and shrub. Como. 121 Foreman. 122 Jinn's uncle, 125 Weight ef India. 125 Greatest 128 Special jargon. 129 Cooking vessel. 130 Pair. 132 Former ruler. 135 Globe. 136 Uniting force. 137 Parries. 139 Lamb. 141 Insect. 142 El Paso'l neighbor. 102 Exist. 103 Nocturnal blrdi. 104 Work unit. 105 Mass alarm. 107 Barge pilots. Tales." 109 Beverage. 148 Mountain 110 Yes. 111 So. Amer. capital.. 113 Piranhas. 114 Mistakes. 116 City named for Buffalo Bill. 117 Varnish DOWN 1 lerry. Z Musketeer. 3 Gold mining town. 4 Outfit. t Surfeit. 6 Simplified English language.. 7 Ortgon port. 8 Sea eagle. 9 Droops. 10 Steppers. 11 Buddhist In Nirvana. 12 Informer! 13 Swiss canton. 14 Italian town. 13 Aquatic mammals. 16 Coin in Thailand: 17 Arabian name. 18 City near Cairo, III. 11 Movie statuette. 20 Type of jacket. 26 Clerical vestment. !8 Maltese or Persian. 32 Food from tare root. 36 Dinner course. 38 Political group. 40 Gaming cubes.. 41 Tramp. 43 Subsided. 45 Collections. 46 Dice term. 47 Mountain pass. 48 Relating to holy rites. 49 Injury. 50 Inscribed with Norst characters. E2 Alert. 53 Ace, deuce, trey. CI Always. 55 Monster loch. 57 demain. 89 Sudden outbreak. ef Moses. 149 Series of eight 150 Briti.h princess. 191 One of de Gaulle's names. 112 Wrathful. 153 Overnight guest. 154 Knotted. 155 Wisest (0 Colombian seaport. II Mongrel. 64 Supplying window sections. tt More ly garbed. C7 MagnanI and Karanlna. 70 Card suit. 72 Wares. 73 Goddess of dawn. 75 Irish tribal groupa. 77 Ear: comb, form. 78 In favor of. 81 Caspian 83 Like normal apellina. 84 Containing gold. 86 vanla town. 87 Business life. 88 Birthplace of Hans Christian Andirten 90 Three spots. 93 Turkish city. 95 Eminence. S6 Pitcher. 97 Stonewall Jackson's birthplace. 98 Anger. city. 101 Goddeaa of vegetation. 105 Cushions. 106 Shout. 108 Boltliks fastener. 110 Craft. 111 Price. 112'Declared. 115 Grain seed. 116 Guide. 118 Capital ot Fr. Guiana. 121 Stringed Instruments. 122 Armored tank. 123 Foobftall lineman. 124 Seasoned. 126 Coffee. 127 The Hunter. 128 Food 129 Irritate. 131 Expire. 133 High nest. 134 Mexican essayist 136 Infant. 137 Conflict Diagramless 21 x 21, by Anthony Mone ACROSS 1 Crowds. 23 French E Suet. friend. 8 Vive 24 Catfish. 9 Once around 25 Revisers: the track. abbr. 12 Woody herb. .27 Italian 13 Root vegetable, 28 Nervous ailment. 29 Stalk 16 Pertaining vegetable. to space. 31 Town in 17 Entree. Kirghir 22 Feat. Republic. 32 Jeweler's weights. 33 Crete mountain. 36 Weapon. 37 Missile. 41 Beat It. 42 Telling remark. 43 Musically deaf. 45 Itinerant worker. 46 Basis of a dinner. 50 Equal.' 61 Painful sounds. 52 French city. 53 Bank fixture. 54 Nobleman. 55 W. African port. 57 Vestment, 58 Gentlemen In India. 60 Cameron tribe. 63 Pea or bean. 64Capek opus. 65 Chief. 66 Northern Indian. N Minor nuisance. 70 First queen of England.. 71 Lumps, 75 Part of K main course. 78 Finger paint 79 Fabulous bird. SO Tool. 81 Love apple, 82 Ratite. 83 Before. 84 Destroys. 85 Mound. 8S Primates. DOWN 1 Pools. 2 Fancy, 3 Partner of corned beef. 4 Taste. 6 Entree. 6 Relative. 7 Afternoon socials, 8 Attract. 9 Glossy material, 10 Siberian river. 11 Spud. 13 game. 17 Batman. 18 Arab. VIPs. 19 Light 20 Shelter. 21 Old English ballads. 26 Dry. 30 Monkey. 32 Haul. 34 Platfonr 35 Dined. 36 French river: var. 37 Swamps. 38 Unit 39 Cover. 40 Heavy edible liquid. 41 Cobbler. 42 Cook-out specialty. 43 Pertaining to grandparents. 44 Number. 46 Dinner. 47 Initials of the '30t. 48 Beetle. 49 Bleats. Book of the Bible: abbr. 65 Roderick 56 Draws a bead on, 58 Net. 59 Actress Moorehead. 61 Scald. 62 Spinach, 63 Wool: prer. 65 Deface. 67 fled. 138 Command eat. 140 Weapons, 143 German article. 144 Philippine- native, 146 Tropical blackbird. 147 Bleat. 69 Norse 72 College officials, 73 Roadsidl sign. 74 Theater sign. 75 Whimper. 76 European capital. 77 charge. 61 Musical sound. 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