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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENrii. _ pubber slamps, corporate seals, daiers, eic. Same-day Service. 1731 2nd S. Phone. 328-5114. tf GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SINGER machines, comoelent lo all other makes. Free home estimate Phone 317-2343. Singer Co. of Canada, College Mall. C35 70 GARDENING TREES AND HEDGES TRIMMED OR removed. Free Phone 377- 5438 or 3'27-739B. C6227-H FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-3094 57J9-lf FOR YOUR LAWN OR GARC RENTALS CALL WARDS AT 32B-677S. Locombo Nurseries Lid. STILL AVAILABLE AT OUR SUBSTATION Open evenings Trees, shrubs, oerennlals, nnd frulf Trees. One mile west of Coaidaie. Phone 3J5-J433. Closed Sundays. FREE DE- LIVERY AND ADVICE. ALL PLANTS GUARANTEED. 9732-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS AND ROASTERS PAN Cuslom kllllnq H Dvck, Coaldalr, 3i5 ready, 38 cents per Ib., on dozen lots J22J. C4S89-t( 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUPS TO BE GIVEN AWAY, 73H BTH Sf. S. Phone 32B-45T6. 75SS-14 TWO MONTH OLD PUPS. PHONE 328-7581 1139 l-tlh SI. S. 7435-13 ONE ONLY REGISTERED WHITE toy female poodle. Phone 323-7070. 7618-1J STAFFORDSHIRE TERRIER PUP; female, six months old. All shols. Phone 756-336J REGISTERED GERMAN SHORT- hair Poinler pups. Some solid liver color Bred for hunllng. Phone Calgary 271-9529. 35J3-73S -rhurtday, Auguil 15, 1971 THt LETHIIIDOE UEUID _ 75 CONTRACTS BOBCAT SAND AND GRAVEL Central trucking, front-end loader and lopsoll. Phone 377-3047. J669-H Times are better in Poland GARAGE BUILDING, CEMEN work and stuccoing. Anderson tn Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave S. Phont D27-66E2. C7377-t ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. wo MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 378- S7JS. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old baiemtnts dug, waler proofing, in- sured, free estlmalBi. 357-B2B1. C3661-H PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS Seated tenders lor construe! ion JJ bAsemenls at various locations the Blood Reserve will be recelv up lo 2 p.m. MST Augusl 24 al t Blood Band Admin Is (rat (on Office NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS N THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE Estate of Erling Oliver Henderson, late, ol Taber, in the Prow. ince ol Alberla, Merchant, Deceased, who died on (he 3Slh day of JUJIP, A.D., 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the Estate of Hie above named, must file with Ihe un- dersigned Solicitors, by the !Sth day of September, A.D., 1971, a full state- ment of their claim? and of securllles held by them. RITCHARD, HIGA and BORAS "ARP'STERS AND SOLICITORS Nc 203 740 4lh Avenue South Lethbrldge, Alberta Solicitors for Ihe Executrix BRITTANY SPANIEL PUPS, REG- Two-way liunters. Excellent pets. 223-4135. 74B7-14 REGISTERED BASSET HOUND pups, females. Six weeks old. Ear lalloo SIM each. Conlacl C. R. John- son, 3JD7 LBkewood Road- Phone 327- 8249. "33-14 GERMAN SHORTHAIfc purebred. Seven monlhi, 223-tflQ. POINTER, female. HQ. 7JBB-14 THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENCE Public noflce Is hereby given tfiaf Smllty's Pancake Houses Lid. intends to apply to the Alberla Liquor Control Board lor a Dining Lounge Licence lo sell beer and wine by the glass for consumption on the lolJowIng describe premises: GAILYNE TROPICALS Marine life and fresh water tropicals Aqualic planls, frozen, dried and live foods. Supplies, accessories and cus- tom made tanks. We also repair aquariums, pumps and healers, etc. Phone 327--5D17. 907 7lh Ave. S. 2862-llh BATHING, CLIPPING, GROOMING Poodles and other breeds. LETHBRIDGE POOCH AND POODLE PARLOUR 327-B779 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS AND PROPERTY FOR sale Apply S27 61 h St. S. Phone 217- 7153, alter 6 p.m. 7567-19 FIRST MORTGAGE l Apart menl building, Toronto. Mr. Ander 4BB-2973. 7504-13 FAMILY RESTAURANT BUSINESS. Chicken broasler for sale Boughl separately or business. Phcne or d2S-72D2, B a.m.-ll p.m. 300 SEAT THEATRE ALL STEEL beam Buller building, bull) al cost. Revenue rental Includes bcauly shop end bachelor sulle. All theatre equipment in fop shape and In full operation. Sacrifice pice Own- er relocated. Phone 735-4530, Picture Bulte. 4172-14h WANTED ENTERPRISING MEAT end grocery merchsnl to parllcipote in an entirely new and different retell food disfribuflon program. Excellent polenllal. No franchise for sale In- vestment depends on exisllng (acllililes. For appointment only nhone 32B-6439, or writs Box 137, Herald. 7401-13 TASTEE FREEZE In prosperous If (He nol far Ircm Lethbrldpe. A nice llllle home al back provides the owner with living quarlers real good relurn on your money- Phone Birdie Schmllt 327-3B79 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. Phone 32B-3331 C64B5-IF SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSE RESTAURANT CENTRE VILLAGE MALL 13TH STREET AND 2ND AVENUE A, NORTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Lot 1 Plan No. 8251 J.K. Objections to this application shall be Doled al Ulhbridge, Alberla, This 10th day ot August, 1971. SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. FRED W, CLARK PRESIDENT HOTEL FOR SALE OWNER RETIRING Hotel and Cafe In very oroduclive grain farming district. Good beer sales. Cafe leased out. TeJ-ms li cash. Bal- ance monthly el elghl per cenl. Pos- session 30 days. Contact Glen Gibb, Phone 757-3S20; GIbbs Really, Evenings, 757-3S97, Box 10, Barons. VENDING is BIG BUSINESS Port-lime PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by frie undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Slandnrd Time on Wednesday, August 35, 1971, lor Ihe conslrucllon of the following work: Highway 4P, S. cl Belloy to E. o! Rycroft, Mile iJ.ii lo Mile 57.H, Asphallic Concrete Pavemcnl end Other Work, Highway 49, W. of Blue- berry Corner Jo E. ol Gordondale, Mile 67.69 10 Mile 93.69, Asphaltlc Concrete Base-Pavement, and Other work. Approximate Quantities Tons ol Gravel Ton Miles Haul Contract nnd Specification; may be obtained at the olllct of ihe Chief Conslrucllon Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, Ihe of- fice of Ihe Drsfrlcf Engineer, T707 6 Streei, N.W., Calgary, Alberta, ond the office of the District Engineer, Admlnlslrallon Building, Lethbrldge, Alberta, and will be available only lo Individuals registered and operating In the Province of Alberta, or lo part- nerships cr corporatlnns registered and operating in (he Province of 1 A deposit of twenty-Five Dol- payable to the Provin- cial Treniurer, will be required for each copy of 1he Contract and Specifi- cations taken. Each bid must be ac- by a marked cheoue or bond equal to 10% of Tender. Tenders will be opened In public. The 'owcst or any Tender not necessarily sccepled- L. H. McMANUS DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Att LltnlDER ly every year, enabling Increasing dollar refurns for your minimum work hours per week. Canadian products. Vending location secured in your area. Credit references necessary for quali- fication. For additional informolion write, including your phone number, to Box Herald. 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGFNCItS LIMITED FSTAOLISHED College Mall Phone 328-33J1 Reiirlenlifll. Comrnerclsl propcriiCE. Farms and ranches. Clfy or Town. Lowosl inleresl rales available. Firsl and second mortganes. C6U6-M SECOND MORTGAGE LOANS From S1600 lo or more jrfftwhile reason. Monthly Paymenrs i 28 67 Borrow S ODD Examples hased on IS year amortiz tion. visit or C.A.C. REALTY LIMITED A SUBSIDIARY OF CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE Corporation Limlled College Shopping Mall Lclhhrldne, Alliprta Phone 316-2381 75 CONTRACTS WILL (50 PAINTING PRIVATE OR commercial. Phone 33G-B543. 2793-lf FENCES, "PATIOS, SIDEWALKS, rumpus rooms. ClnlMiinp, Iramlng. form work. Free wIlmMes, Gunrflntcod workmnninlP. Phono 338-8551. 74VO-H Sealed lenders will be received by rhs undersigned unffl p.m., local Rtplnn lime, on September 1, 1971, lor Additions and Improvements to Water, Sevrtr and Slorm Oramoge Systems. Brandon, Manitoba, Contract 1 Sew- er Construction. The site of Ihe work la localed In the Cily of Brandon, Man- itoba The work consisls of the supcly of all malenals for and Ihp insinuation (1) feel of 19 Inch storm sewer mains and associated work (2) feel Of 13 34 inch domestic sewer mains and associated wcrk. The wcrk of this contracl is to be completed by January 31, 1972. The plans and specifications may be viewed in the Winnipeg, Brandon, Sfls- kalnon and Regina offices ol the local Builders' Exchange cr Ccnsfruclicn Asfocia" Of DEATHS ZWICKEH Harry of Hill- crest, passed away at his HiU- crest residence on Wednesday, August 11, 1071, al age 4f years. Funeral service will be held on Saturday, August 14 at a.m., in St. Luke's Angli can Church. Interment Hillcrest Cemetery. FANT1N CHAPELS LTD., in charge. C6707 IIOLOBOFF Passed away at Taber on Thursday, August 12, 1971, Helen of Vouxhall, at the age of 81 years. Born in Russia, November 2, 1889, she came lo Saskatchewan wiUi her parents in 1698. She moved to Vulcan in 1925 and finally lo Vauxhall in 1935 where she resided until the time of her passing. Predeceased by her husband William in 1963. Sur- vivors are four sons, Peter and William, Vauxhall, John, Van- couver, Fred, Calgary; one daughter Mrs. Anne Ewshen, Calgary; eight grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be conducted from Humphries Funeral Chapel, Ta- ber August 16 at 2 p.m., with Mr. Robert Wliitlock tfficiating. Interment will fol- low in Vauxhall Cemetery. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL CHAPEL, Taber, is in charge. C679B PALMER Passed away in the city on Thursday, August 12, !971 following a lengthy ill- ness, Mrs. Alice Cecelia Falnr er, at the ago of 89 years, of Stavely, beloved wife of the late Mr. Lewis Edwin Palmer. Born in Bellinffham. Washing- ton in 1882, Ihe Mrs. Palm- er rrn'-ed lo DuJiMJi, Minnosola in 1892, and then homesteaded in thf Slavelv district in 1903. She resided (here until moving to Milk River in 1964, to make her home with her daughter, i.ioved (o Lethbridge in 19BG due to ill health and has re- sided here until her passing. The late Mrs. Palmer is sur- vived by one daughter, Mrs W. (Alberta) Findlay, Milk Eliver; two sons, Mr. Wilbur Palmer, S'.avely, Mr. Leu'Js 'aimer, Calgary; three grand- children and 'hree great-grand- She was predeceased by her husband in 1922 and one son, three sisters and two brothers. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS, "jld., Directors of Funeral Ser- rice. C6799 FUNERALS LEUZ1NGER Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Lydia Tanner OValson) Leuzinger. former Magrath, Raymond, Baintree and Cardston resident who died at Fort Macleod Monday, Aug. 9, 1971, at the nge of 77 years, was held at p.m. Thursday, Aug. 12, 1971, in the Alberta Stake Chapel of the LDS Church with Bishop Glen Jcnes official i n g. Pallbearers were Heber and Wayne Jones, Jim and Phil Porteous, Grant Watson and Dick Low. Inter- ment was in the Magraih Cem- etery. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service was in charge of the arrangements. NELSON _ Funeral services for Mrs Devina Kelson, be- loved wife of Andrew Nelson of Cardston, and her daughter Debbie, who died suddenly at Cardston Tuesday, Aug. 10, 1971, were held in the Aetna Forth Ward Chapel of the LDS Church with interment follow- ing in the Cardston Cemetery. Pallbearers were Joe and Brian Pitcher, Frank Nish, Bud Stanford, Byron Wolsey and Arthur Hough. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS KENNEY We would like to express sincere lharks to those who sent flowers and cards dur- ing our recent bereavement. family. 759J-14 SANDBEHG I wish to ex- tend my sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses of St. Mich- aels Hospital for ins wonderful care given me while I was a patient there. Also thanks to all my relations and friend who Bent flowers, gifts, cards, and to all those who visited me. Sandberg. X19B5 AMUNDSON I would like lo thank the doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital and the staff of the Lethbridije Auxiliary Hospital, for the won- derful care given me during my stay; also to my friends and rel- atives for the flowers, cards and Ella Amundson. WARSAW (AP) The once (from power recently. Gierek grey world of Polish shoppers is has made conciliatory moves to- more cheerful these days- Queues slil! exist outside meat shops but there's a bigger vari- ety of meat, with a roast availa- ble when you finally reach the counter. PrcviouslyaPoJc j ward the Roman Catholic Church. HOUSING LACK ACUTE The country's problems are still numerous, the worst an might he greeted with "nie ma" I acute housing shortage. Most isn't any. neu-lyweds face the prospect of The supply of vegetables and j waiting five years to get a two- fruit shows a marked improve-1 room co-operative apartment ment. Banansa, oranges and to-. The over-all key to a succesc- i ful Polish economy, say the ex- s, is getting the country to matocs appear regularly. The Polish woman has experi- enced a boon in textiles. Com- pared with previous years, stores are filled with a wide va- riety of good-quality and gaily patterned materials which are! J-: being snatched up and rushed lo every Polish woman's fairy god- m o t h e r t h e private dress- Communist party leader Ed ward Gierek came to power last December on a wave of rioting stemming from economic dis- content. He set the country on a path aimed at bringing people more consumer goods, apart- ments and wages. TURNING MORE LIBERAL In addition Gierek has been steering his country quietly into more liberal no Polish leadership has dared for decades. Many diplomats here believe Moscow is viewing Poland as a sort of test see how far one can loosen UD in a Communist system. State-controlled newspapers in reappraising past political fail- ures and current problems show unusual frankness. Readers are encouraged to write in about bu- reaucratic foulups. The letters abound. State television has moved into new fields with an Any Questio11 show. Viewers put questions lo a panel in the stu- dio by means of reverse-charge phone calls. The panel usually include.-, a ruling Politburo member or government minis- ter. increase ils industrial produc- tivity and at the same time im- prove quality for the export market. Here Glerek's task is difficult Under tile 14-year reign of auto- cratic Wladyslaw Gomulka, the Polish worker slowly sank into an apathetic state, with no feel- ing of incentive or financial re- ward. Part of this traced to a islralCT and a man who getJ things done. Gierek lays great on personal initiative. At one rally in Warsaw warned officials: "With the quick progress in science, technique and organiza- tion, human qualifications get old very quickly. A man who cannot make use of, new meth- bureaucratic system frightened I ods often adapts a conservatlvs of taking any decisions. altitude toward reality. He is Gierek has going for him a: downright scared of everything reputation as a top-notch admin-1 that is new." Wrilers who in disgrace for protesting intellectual curbs have re-emerged. Poland's secret police over- lord, Mieczyslaw Moczar. fell EYES KNEES RIGHT Standing ah attention, with grounded muskets, mem- bers of tes Compagnies Fraches de la Marine are inspected by high-stepping Sgt. Rene Vallee of Montreal, during military tattoo in Toronto. Performing with them in fhe cere- mony were members of the Old 76th Fraser Highlanders. The regiments, now up of students, were enemies 200 years ago. stench' spurs plea CALGARY (CP) Residents; They decided Thursday nighl, pollution equipment at full ca- in the Ogden area of southeast i to send representatives lo a pacily.-'' Calgcry wint the Alberta pro- cessing plant relocated because of the effect its "nauseating stench'' is having on their heallh and property value. Pattern IN MEMORIAMS dies at Spokane i ion. JOHNSON In loving mem- ory of a dear brother and uncle, passed Dennis Johnson, who away August 13. 1968. -Ever remembered by a long 'y, ess ancl Scott, Kelly and Debbie. 7570 SPOKANE, AVash. (AP) William Hutchinson Cowles, 69, chairman of the Cowles Publish- ing Co. End Ihe Spokane Chroni- cle Co., died Thui-sday following city council meeting Aug. 23; "OpTating conditions within: check." when Aid. John Kushner will j propose Uiat the plant be; moved within a year. An ap- peal will also be sent to the provincial government. Calling the pollution control at Ihe animal rendering planl "a farce." Aid Kushnei the people of Ogden "hav veiy patient" over the la; years. Dr. Leslie C. ;.llan of the this type of plant are saUstne- I tory and kept under frequent Pincher Creek Fair B Pianij August 20 ast few (_? CREEK (Special) y neart DROVER In loving mem- ory of Elsie L. Grovcr, who passed away at the Foolhills Hospital, 1970. Calgary, August 3, Blessed are the pure in heart For they shall see God. great friend and greatly missed by W. J. W., Leth- bridge. 3DJ7 JOHNSON In loving mem- ory of a dear son, Denny, who passed away August 13th, 1958. Your name is often mentioned, Our thoughts in silence fly, To Ihe days when you were with us, Those memories will never die. remembered and sad ly missed by lorn and dad. dad. He suffered from emphysema and had undergone surgery Aug. 2. Cowles was the fourth genera- tion of his family active in the ne'.vcpaper bvsiness. His father formed The Spokesman-Review here in 1893. He became president of the Spokane Chronicle Co., which publishes (lie Spokane Daily Chronicle, in 1935. city's health department are under way Aid. Kushner in a letter lhe anlmai Plnchcr Creek the plant is operating all its air Tiger missing ZIONSV1LLE. Ind. CAP) Plant, spccHicaiicns, inslruclinns and forms for bidUina may be ob- lalned from the undersigned at nis ol- Mce in Reg na, SasKnichcwan, upon !he deposit cf Iwenty-five (S3S.OO) cash or a cerllfied for Ihe amount, payable lo Ihe Receiver General ol Canada, which denosll will be redeem- able upon the return of the plans specifications In good order and monltl afler tenders have closed. Ten- ders will not be considered unless made on the Farms supplied, and In accordance with Instructions supplied wfth the specifications. Tenders must be accompanied by security In the amount and lorm specified In the In- structions. The lowest or any tender nol neces- sarily accepted. By Order J. G. Watson, Director, PFRA. 401 Motherwcll Building Rcglna, Saskatchewan Whip up new fashion in fluffy puff-slilcli. Easy! Go lo new fashion lengths this year! Jiffy-crochet vest, cardigan coat of worsted with No. 8 plastic hook. Tops skills, dresses, pants. Pattern 7224: NEW sizes 10-42 incl. I JOHNSON In loving mem j ory of a dear husband and j father. Dennis A. Johnson, who j passed away August 13, IMS. Your name is often mcniion- i Our thonghls in silence fly To the days when you were with us. Those memories will never die. remembered by Betty Sherry, Ricky, Cindy, Penny Deaths Yesterday By TOE CANADIAN PJIESS Louise van Zuylon van Nycvelt, DO, Dutch baroness who escaped to Eng- land when (he Germans invaded Holland during Uic Second World War. Sclicncclmly, Morris, 70, n concert pianist and music leacher who had flp- pcnred with (lie Boslon Sym- phony Orchestra, (he New York Philharmonic and the Philadel- phia Orchestra. SEVENTY-FIVE C E N T S I (coins) fnr each pall em (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for mailing and special handling ilo THE LETimniDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Clnario and Jody. U.S. death, down WAflflNGTOK (AP) The defence depart ment said Thurs- day the total of GC United Stale deaths in Vietnam last month was the lowest monthly figure since May, when 32 U.S. soldiers were killed in ac- tion. CHIHJPKA In loving mem- ory of John Chrupka, a dear son and brother, who passed away August 13, 1919. There's an open gale at (he end of Ihe road Through which each must go alone And there in alight we cannot see Our Father claims His own Beyond the gale our loved one Finds happiness and rest And there is comfort in Ihe thought That n loving God knows host. remembered nnd sad- ly missed by mom, dad. Louis and Rose. end District Agricultural So- ciety fair Friday and Saturday, Aug. 20 and 21. An office will be set up in Ihe Municipal District meeting room for the purpose of taking entries in all classes of the 133 Four-month-old Ivan, a 40-pound sections. Siberian Tiger, is missing. He Hours for entries will be Fri- wandered into the woods Thurs- day, Aug. 13, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; day and was scared off by three Saturday, Aug. 14, 10 a.m. to 8 barking bird dogs sent to track him down. Ivan's owner, Dr. Edward V. Schaffer. a veteri- narian, said the dogs "scared Ivan to pieces." p.m. A telephone number is pro- vided for Uw Friday and Sat- urday hours, G27-40I6. Prize lists are available frcm local stores and directors. Tlie prize to strive for is Uie grand aggregate for receiving the most points per family. Tlio winner wins the President's Cup which is a perpetual tro- phy awarded to the family win- ning the most points at ths fair, with tile minimum of three members in the family. Starting at 8 a.m. Friday morning, exhibits will be ac- cepted. Bench evhibils must be in at Canyon School not later than 1 p.m. at which time judging commences. The bench exhibits will b2 open to the pub- lic at 7 p.m. Friday and again Sf.iurday until il p.m. j Judging for the light horse! classes takes place Friday at j 1 p.m. at fair grounds, fol- lowed by th? junior classes, horses and sheep classes a( 2 p.m. Photography shows will fie junior homemaking; Charles Jacob school BUD- jccls; Mrs. D. Lang handi- crafts: Mrs. W. Main art; Mrs. L. B. Collins amateur photography; Mrs. Dorothea Smith Golden Age exhibits. Exhibitors wishing to donata their exhibits for the charity auction sale are asked to pick up auction sale tags. The auc- tion vill be held at p.m. Saturday at the Canyon School. Evening entertainment for fair will be in the form of Barley and Hops Festival, starting each evening at T o'clock. The Friday night en- tertainment will feature Ron and the Outlaws and Saturday evening will see the Taber Pol- ka Band performing. Volunteers are needed to as- sist at the festival and may contact Mrs. Karl Hasselman. The blouse material and pat- terns are available from Mrs. Gexda Neilson. TRENCHING ON THE MOON Apollo 15 Astronaut James B. Irwin uses Ihe scoop fo moke a Ironch on the surface of the moon. Mount Hadley con bo seen in the background, its base some 8.4 miles away. Tlio gnomon, o device lo sight perpendiculars is at led. held at Canyon school starling at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Friday. The Saturday program sees parade lining up for th.5 judging at Ihe west end of Main Street. Judging is at 10 a.m. wilh the parade starting at 11 a.m. Afler viewing Ihe bench cx- hibils or attending other events at the fair grounds, (he Beaver Mires Dnilcd Church Women will serve tea at Canyon school. Youngsters nill lie able lo have rides while par- ents p T I r t. n i 7, c "panics of chance" opcralcd by local ser- vice clubs. Fair directors are Ron Bu- calllc; Rodney Cyr sheen; Charles Zachar pds; ficolt Hammond grains nnd grasses i Mrs. Eugene Cyr horticulture; Mrs. Alec Whit.; products; Mrs. U Hnekplein cmliroidrrv and needlework: Mrs. Fred Wclsch Flamboyant preacher dies., 63 DETROIT (.AP) Prophet Jones, the flamboyant preacher became Ihe spiritual leader of Ihousands of blacks and some be i whites in the 19-IOs and '50s, is cooking; Mrs. J. Zict-1 ury. dead at the age of 63. Rt. Rev, Dr. James F. Jones, as he formally called himself, died Thursday of a heart attack. He was paralysed and virtually speechless after a stroke last September. Born in Birmingham, Ala., Jones came (o Detroit in 1938, reporting that he was following a divine directive. He began to gather a follow- ing and in December, 1952, w.ilkcd lo a throne in the old Oriole Theatre and proclaimed it Ihe headquarters of his new Church Universal Triumph, the Domin- ion of God Inc. Jones's influence dclined bodiment of Ihe Saviour. From his followers, three-quarters of whom were women, he received cosily pills of jewelry, autos, rooms full of furnilin'e, gold pockpl accessories and large donations to his church trees- ;