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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LITHHIDOI HMALD -SI MALE HELP JcrrMry 66 to water le OTTAWA (CP) Completion of a rock-fill dam on UK west branch of the Chanel des Quatre Fourches this spring will raise water levels in 60 per cent of the Peace-Athabasca Delta, Environment Minister Jack Davis said today. The dam, costing about was started last Toll in answer to warnings from ecolo-gists that "irreversible changes JACK DAVIS In the delta ecology might result if water levels were not restored by the spring of Mr. Davis told a press conference. The water levels dropped when the Peace dam in British Columbia was completed in 1968, Mr. Davis said. Fears were expressed about waterfowl which use the delta as a staging ground. The town of Peace River, Alta., also brought a damage suit against B.C. Hydro for alleged damage due to the building of the dam. The case has yet to be beard. Because the delta is within Wood Buffalo National Park and because of fears for the liveli. hood of Indians in the area, the federal government joined with Alberta and Saskatchewan in forming a study group to investigate the lower-water levels and recommend solutions. The group's final recommendations will be made in July. ACTED QUICLYK Mr. Davis said the governments acted quiddy on the interim recommendations calling for construction of the dam on the Chanel des Quatra Fourches, a main stream in the delta. A second recommendation was for a management advisory board to help co-ordinate activities of the various government agencies operating in the delta. The final report is expected to recommend at least two dams to control the level of Lake Ath. abasca. Mr. Davis estimated the final works will cost at least several million vels Scientists also are conducting a pilot project to determine the feasibility of an Ice dam. "If successful, it could bold bock early spring runoff, flooding portions of the delta, which would provide an interim solution to the low-water said Uw study group's Interim report. Mr. Davis said he hoped the various governments also would tackle the problem of low-water levels on the Mackenzie in the same way as the Peace-Athabasca Delta was handled. Wirtks, Jjeatht, (Jf Jnanki, Jfr, WASTED STEAM ENGINEER Tnlrd class. Write Box 7, Herald. ENTERTAINMENT SER vice. Weddings, clubs, ale. Phone 321 2147. GENERAL MAINTENANCE MAN -Wjlder, carpentry Mller Write Box B, Herald. CtStO-l WANTED BOY WITH BICYCLE MAN 40, WOULD LIKE TO meet lady 30 to 40. Own car and home. Marriage If suited. Write Box 24, Herald. molorcycle Immediately lor morning Alberlan rout! in 1 h e Dleppa district. Phone 327.342s. ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 327-8049 or 32I-324S, after MAK Passed away in the city on Monday, January 24, 1972, following t brief Illness, Mr. Zoong Man, at the tge of 85 yean, beloved husband of Mrs. Thew Yea Moil, of 1009 23 St. N. The funeral service will be held on Monday it p.m., in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the Chinese section, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. MOBILE HOME SALESMAN RE quired by local dealership. Higher than average commissions. Send com plete resume lo Box 22, Heraki. OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 841, LETH BRIDGE, ALBERTA SHIRLEY, 327. 327-4292; JEAN, 327-8340. yjfl iic, Peter passed iway in the dty on Tuesday, January 29, 11172, at the age of 85 years. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C97D5 NEUFELD Passed away In Coaldale on Tuesday, January 23, 1972, Mrs. Agnes Neu-feld, at the of 43 years, beloved wife of Mr. Komelius Neufeld of Coaldale, The funeral service will be held on Saturday at p.m., in the Men-nonlte Conference Church, Coal, dale, with Rev. Peter Retzlaff officiating. Interment will follow in the Coaldale Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9786 McKENZffi Wilbur Chester of 109 Swan Ave., Kimberley, passed away on Monday, January 17th, 1972, at the age of 79 years. Funeral services were held from the McPhereon Funeral Chapel, Kimberley, on Friday, January 21st, at p.m., the Rev. John Godfrey officiated. Interment followed in the Kimberley Cemetery. Mr. McKenzie is survived by his loving wife, Annie; two sons, Roy of Re-gina and Ken of Kimberley; one daughter, Betty, (Mrs. E. Pederson) ot Port McNeil, B.C.; one brother, Gordon ol Spokane and one sister, Mae in Victoria. Nine grandchildren and three great-grand-cnildren also survive. Predeceased by a daughter, Helen in 1969. Those wishing may make donations to the Crippled Children's Fund. MSA VISHLOFF Passed away in Cowiey, Alberta on Monday, January 24, 1972, Mary Vishloff, age 79 years, beloved wife of Alex F. Vishloff of Cow-ley. Born in The Village of Tarpenie Kan, Russia, she came to Saskatchewan with her family in 1699. In 1910 she married Alex Vishloff, in 1913 they moved to Brilliant, B.C., in 1917 they moved to the Lund-breck-Cowley district where they fanned until retiring into Cowiey in 1964. Besides her husband she Is survived by two sons, Fred, KekiwM, B.C. and Alex of Cowiey; three daughters, Mrs. W. (Helen) Kabatoff of Pincher Creek, Mrs. P. (Mary) Gevstkow and Mrs. G. (Am) Shkuratoff, both of Nelson, B.C.; 14 grandchildren, FULL TIME SERVICE STATION front end silesman required. Good secure lob lo right man. Write Box K, Herald. SERVICES AND QUALIFIED REFRIGERATION AND appliance service man required by WftStlnghouse Canada Ltd. Phone VACUUM SALE-S AND SERVICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETHBRIDGE 32B.B942. WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARN clothing business. Experience Is not necessary This position can lead Into a very responsible situation lor a bright, keen and Interested young person. Company benellli too! Reply to Box V, Herald. TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phone 321-738: STAMP AND'STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, dalers, elc. same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 3285114. sive otflce product. Lelhbrldge and Medicine Hal areas. Build your own repeat business. No Inveslment. Consider salesman with non-competitive line- Box a, Herald. SALES AND SERVICE. SER. vices on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, lawn mowers-Irons, vacuum cleaners, elc. No lob too large or loo small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. Phone JACKSON Funeral service was held Wednesday for Mrs. Olive Jackson, who died last Monday at the age of 84 following a brief Illness. The funeral was held in the Memorial Chapel with Martin Bros, in charge of arrangements. Cremation reject plan SALISBURY (AP) Eight African members of the Rhode-sian Parliament rejected the proposed British-Rhodesian independence agreement at a meeting in Salisbury with the Pearee Commission. The legislators, who are elected by tribal chiefs and oUier African leaders, told the British visitors sampling public opinion that the 5.5 million blacks they represent oppose the selUement. Observers reported rejection also at a meeting in Sinoia. And in Mwela, near Salisbury, a crowd of 500 chanting Africans greeted members of the com mission with placards opposing the agreement and shouted "No! NoEEEE" when the Britons tried to explain the terms. Two members of the British Labor member Maurice Foley and Conservative Michael arrived to make their own investigation into the work of the Pearee commission and the situation in general. Unofficial reports said the police raided black townships in Salisbury and arrested at least 60 persons. Ephraim Mhlanga, the black vice-president of the Rhodesian Voters' Association and a former member of Parliament, warned his people not to be misled by black nationalists telling them that rejection of the independence agreement will result in better terms. "If they reject these proposv als, there will be nothing he said. IF IN A MONTH Interests you you Interesl us. Opening lor man over 30 In Lelhbridge area. No experience required. Cash Bonuses. Air mall President, Depl. AO, P.O. Box 70, Station R, Toronto 352, you go in, I want you to hear MY side of the TRAVEL DAY TOUR TO LAS RECORDS TECHNICIAN Ranch location Plncher Creek For indoor and outdoor work concerning cattle Inventory, papering of catlle, field data collection, checking inlorm-allon and some key punching, catlle background and matlculous nature would be a detlnlte asset. Contact: palmer Ranch P.O. Box 100 Hillspring, Alberta Phone Plncher al 327-3534. TO TENDER SEALED TENDERS (or Ine construction of approximately lineal ftat ol concrete lined canal in Sections 1', 15 and 11 In Twp. 10 Rgt. 33 W ilh will be received at Ihe office of the Board rf Directors of tha Lethbrldge Northern Irrigation District up to a.m., Iccai time, February 18th, 1973. Security will be required. Copies of Ihe Drawings and Specifications may be obtained from Ihe office of the Board on or atter January 25th, 1975, upon deposit of S25.00 in cheque, made payable to the Board of Directors of the Lelhbrldge Nodrwrn Irrigation District. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all tenders. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT 3D 13lh North Lethbrldge, FULLY INSURED TREE SUR. GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2904. TENDERS WANTED FOR EXTENSION TO LODGE, SENIOR CITIZENS' HOME, STRATHMORE, ALBERTA Sealed lenders addressed to the Deputy Minister of Public Works for Extension to Lodge, Sen or Citizens' Home, Slrathmore, Alberta, will be received up to 2 o'clok P.M. Mountain Standard Time, Thursday, February ?J, 1972, at Room 494, Department of Public Works Terrace Building, Edmonton, Alberta. Plans, specifications and lender farms may be obtained on app icatlon to the Contracts Brancn, Department of Public Works, Terrace Building, Edmonton, and will be available lo General Con-melons, Mechanical and Electrical Sub-trades on deposit of Flfly Dollars which will be refunded when Jlans and specif leal Ions are returned o r h 1 s department p r 4 p a id complete and in good Funeral service for Mrs. Lois Olive Jackson, former Etzikom resident and beloved wife of the late Mr. Fay D. Jackson who died at Bow Island Monday, Jan. 17, 1972, at the age of 84 years, was held Bt p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19, 1972, In Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Albert Baldeo officiating. Cremation followed the service. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the LLOYD Funeral service for Sharlene Mary Lloyd, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lloyd of 35 Glamorgan Drive S.W., Calgary, who died in Calgary Friday, Jan. 21, 1972, after a long illness at the age of four years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel with Bishop LaDell R. Bullock officiating. Active pallbearers were Jim and Roger Davis, Alvin Botokosti and Robert Lloyd. Honorary pallbearers were Clifford Brown and Norman Ober. Interment wag in UK family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. GAL Requiem mas: for Steve Gal, beloved husband of Mrs. Helen Gal of 1009 14th St. N. who died to the dry Tuesday, Jan. 18, 1972, after a long illness at the age of 66 years, was said at a.m. Friday in !H. Bodl'E Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Carton Mar. ien the celebrant. Pallbearers were Walter Shukin, Louis Norgardt, Ala and Den-ecky, Garry Matobci and Bill Jackson. Honorary pallbearers were J. Visnyci, A. Baczuk, S. Baczulc and J. Baczuk. Inter, ment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cercetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the OUR WINTER WORKS PRO-gram We are now TAKING ORDERS and giving FREE ESTIMATES on Irlmmlno of TREES and HEDGES, lo be done" this winter. Phone 327-2441. JOURNEYMAN BODY MECHANIC Required immediately TOP MONTHLY WAGE PLUS MONTHLY BONUS PLAN-Apply 10: GRANT KRISTJANSON Service Manager EMERSON MOTORS LTD. POULTRY AND HEAVY ROASTING CHICK-ens Pan ready. Hens 32c Ib., roosters, 28c Ib. Also friers, 3Bc Ib. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale, 345-3224- PETS AND SIAMESE CAT FOR SALE. Pltone evenings, 325-0951. BULL TERRIER DOG, hree months old- Male. Phone Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Margaret Rae Lucfc-ock, 78, a CCF member of the Ontario legislature for the former Toronto riding of Bracon-dale 1943-1945, and one of two women first elected to the legislature. Sir Walter Merri-man, 89, regarded by many as the world's greatest expert on Merino sheep and winner of thousands of trophies and prize ribbons for his sheep and wool. Sheik Kb a lid bin Mohammed, ruler of the Persian Gulf state of Sliarjah, shot to death after a deposed cousin staged an abortive coup on the ruler's desert SALE TWO YEAR OLD FE-male Pekinese. Good with children. Phone 328-9359. AMBITIOUS YOUNG MAN Required Immediately TO BECOME LETHBRIDGE REPRESENTATIVE FOR A GROWING PROPERTY MANAGEMENT FIRM. APPLICANTS MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE IN THE OPERATION OF APARTMENT BLOCKS. SEND COMPLETE RESUME, STATING AGE AND QUALIFICATIONS TO BOX 41, HERALD. WHITE MINIATURE Poodle stud services. Good disposition. Phone 327-1741. deposit shall be forfeit. Plans and specifics Ions have been placed with he Construction Associations in Leth-irldge, Calgary and Edmonton for he use of sub-trades. Each ender must be accompanied by H) a certified cheque or bid bond n the amount of OR; (b) a certified cheque or bid bond for an amount of not less than 10% of tender iriee. Certified cheques are to be mode payable to the Provincial Treasurer. The a lentlon of tenderers Is drawn o the "Public Works Page 1, Clause 9, which refers to Forfeiture ol Security. The successful Tenderer will be required to provide a certif ed cheque or negotiable or properly GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP ell. S35. Father AKC registered and CKC registered. Mother from purebred stock. Ul-um. Warner. BUSINESS SEAT RESTAURANT. yearly intake. SB.OOO full price. Write 47, Herald. SALE ONE-THIRD SHARE OF barber shop In Medicine Hat. Phone 2A-0085 or write P.O. Box 490, Leth-bridge. Government Bonds for Ten >er Cent of Ihe contract or a B% Performance Bond. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. Tenders will be opened n public In The Department of Public Works Con-erencfl Room, Room 576, Terrace Building, Edmonton. W. A. B. SAUNDERS, P. ENG., DEPUTY MINISTER OF PUBLIC LETHBRIDGE BRANCH INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION res ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER familiar with all phases of NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION. Dulles with housing division requires experience In sub-trade negotiation and supervision, contract tendering, mortgage procedure and applications. Salary to commensurate with ability. Send Complete Resume to Box 36, Herald. LOCATED 20 ACRES WITH wo duplexes and cottage. All rented. :ully modern. Natural gas. 20 minutes rom Lethbrldge. Ideal for trailer court. Phone 328-1810, after a p.m. Whip this up for camping trips, extra guests at home! Youngsters love to snuggle into a cozy sleeping bag. Use felt for turtle's head, feet, features. Easy-s e w! Pattern 7030: pattern pieces, directions 34 I 67" sleeping bag. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto L "SET UP" RELIABLE AND experienced party In restaurant ness in thriving southern Alberta to "Lease" required. Send ull and complete resume to: Box IT, Herald. PERFECT PART TIME EXTRA INCOME Can you use B high monthly second ash Income, from accounts we estab-Ish for you In your area? Only a few hours weekly. TREMENDOUS PROFIT RETURN. NO COMPETITION. Investment sl.500 and upwards, secured by PRODUCT INVENTORY. AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR DISTRIBUTORSHIP. For Interview write Includ-ng references and phone number: CANADIAN PERMA-VEND 1143 Tecumsen Road, East WINDSOR 20, Ontario WANTED FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Sealed tenders addressed to the Deputy Minister of Public Works for Construction of Administration Building, Correctional Institution, Lethbridge, Al-wrta, will be received up to 2 o'clock P.M. Mountain Standard Time, Thursday February 24, 1972, at Room ,4M, Department of Public Works, Terrace Bui ding, Edmonton, Alberta. Plans, specifications and tender forms may be obtained on application to the "ontrncts Branch, Department of Public Works, Terrace Building, Edmonton, and will be available To General Con-racrors, Mechanical and Electrical Sub-trades on deposit of Fifty Dollars (S5Q.OQ) which will be refunded when lans and specifications are returned o this department p r t p a id complete and In good order not later than Fourteen (14) days after closing date of tenders; otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit. Plans and spec IN cat ions have been placed with the Construction Associations in Lethbrldge for the use of Mn. Mitei SafaMHtoCf, Staan Park, B.C., Mrs. Helen Salakln, Grand Forks, B.C., Mrs. Emma Mushta Lund-bredc and Mrs. Verigin, Cowiey. Predeceased by one son, William in 1940. Funeral Seivlee will held in the Doukhobor Prayer Home, Lundbreck, Alberta on Thursday, January 27. Interment at 3 p.m. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. office dispute brewing EDMONTON (CP) A study session that has been planned for Wednesday to protest the barring of one entrance to the post office to clerical workers has been postponed, said a representative of 550 postal workers. Peter Pylpa, president of the Edmonton local of the union, said Tuesday the acting postmaster, Henry Stamp, told clerks they cannot use one entrance of the downtown building because of security. Mr. Pylpa said the executive will meet in a "couple of days to dicuss a development which requires further study before any action is taken." The union official termed the decision discriminatory because letter carriers are allowed to use the door. Closing the entrance forces clerical workers to walk an extra two blocks, he said. MALE -FEMALE HELP RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE salesmen or salesladies required. For appointment phone 327-7444, El Ran-cho Really. MIDDLE-AGED HUSBAND AND WIFE team [no to run motel operation In southern Alberta town. Excellent and permanent position for the r ght party. For Interview write Box 27, Herald. LOANS OF THANKS SMITH I would like to thank each one of you for your wonderful kindnesses while 1 was a patient in the Municipal Hospital. Thank you so very much. Dean (Prudence) Smith wave of terror in Ireland BELFAST (AP) A series MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 244-4011; RESIDENCE 2557541, ANYTIME. Marion Noble, beloved wife of David E. Noble of Purple Springs, passed away at Taber on Monday, January 24, 1972, at Ihe age of 38 years. The late Mrs. Noble was born in Taber, December 21, 1932. Survivors besides her husband are two sons, Roger and Grant; two daughters, Brenda and Audrey all at home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Fisher; two brothers, Bruce and Don, all of Taber; two sisters, Mrs. (Catherine) L. Sevalrud, and Mrs. T. (Sheila) Miller of Taber. She received her education in Taber and district schools, later teaching in the Grassy -Lake and Hudson districts. She married David Noble in 1B6S and has since resided in the Hudson area. She has been active in Church and community affairs as her health permitted. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at p.m., in the Taber United Church, with Rev. .K Morris officiating. Interment will follow In the Taber Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, those who wish may donate to the Candian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust BMg., Lethbrldge or to the Charity of their choice. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. SALES REPRESENTATIVE Male or Female We have a rewarding position open In our Real Estate department. If you n eresled In making above average Income, are a self-starter and have some sales experience Contact FORT WHOOP-UP AGENCIES LIMITED at 1117 3rd Ave. S. for an appointment. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall, Phone 328-3331 lesldenllal. Commercial propertles. :arms and ranches. City or Town. Lcwest Interest rales available. First and second mortgages. a cer If led cheque or bid bond n the amount of OR; (b) a certified cheque or bid bond for an amount of not less than 10% of tender price. Certified cheques are to be made payable to the Provinc nl Treasurer. The attention of tenderers Is drawn o the "Public Works Page 2, C ause 9, which refers to Forfeiture MEMORIAMS GIBSON b loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, David James Gibson, who passed away January 26, Ever remembered and sadly missed by his wife and family. explosions in the tiny town of Castlewellan killed a civilian outside a police station, raising the death toll from 29 months of violence in Northern Ireland to 215. Four explosions went off in the market town with a population of 819 between a.m. and a.m., police headquarters In Belfast said. A spokesman said the first blast went off outside the police station, killing one civib'an and wounding another slightly. Police declined to reveal the identity of the two men and it was not immediately clear why they were near the police station at the time of UK attack. Damage to the police station was described as light. Other explosions damaged Ihe telephone exchange and an agricultural field study centre. The bombings came during a new wave of terror. Three AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS :or your snow removal. Private driveways. 328-4745 62 EDUCATIONAL BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS rooms, renovations. Call Ted Blng-ham construction. 327-D2B4. BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliot tells you how. Phone 328-3434, Columbia School of Broadcasting. The successfu tenderer will be required to provide a certified cheque or negotiable or properly assigned Government of Canada or Alberta Provinc a Government Bonds for Ten Per Cent of the contract or a 50% Performance Bond. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. Tenders will be opened In public In he Department of Publ c Works Con-erence Room, Room S7B, Terrace Building, Edmonton. W. A. B. SAUNDERS, P. ENG., DEPUTY MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS. RUMPUS ROOMS, CUP-boards, finishing, framing, all remodelling needs. No loo small. 328-0987, 7 a.m-7 p.m. 65 LOST AND BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-4482. LOST MAN'S BLACK WALLET, Park Plaza area. Friday evening. 32B-7004. of a dear husband, dad and granddad, Roland Easterbrook, who passed away January 26, 1960. Precious are the memories silently kept, We smile with the world, But will never forget. missed by his wife and tamily. seized al Saskatoon LOST KEYS ON RING. VICINITY 71h St. and 4th Ave. s. Phone 377-tUl. STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In. sured, free estimates. Phone 327-B284 LOST TINY WHITE DOG, MALE, no collar. Child's pet. Phone 327-3939 or 32B-5047. WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG-NG. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. UP Pineapple production in Ma-aysia has doubled to tons a year in the last Lost January 13, black rimmed glasses In blue leather case. Phone 338-1695. FINISHING RUMPUS rooms, cupboards and all remodelling needs. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 345-3493. SLitch became Uic second movie Tuesday to be seized by city morality officers here within the last two months. Police said the movie was seized after someone complained it was obscene. Odeon FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE GOLD MINE IN THE SKY Part In loving memory of a dear husband, BY APRIL, 1971, RADIOA3TRONOMEP.S HAD POUND MORE THAN A 1 1 M DOZEN, INCLUDING THE J FOUR- ELEMENT, SIX-ATOM VI FOP.MAMID5 FORMAMIDE PLAYS NO ROLE IN ANV TERRESTRIAL LIFE FORM, IT 19 THE NEAREST MOLECULE XGT FOUND IN SPACE TO THE AMINOAC1DSXH[ -rue a, CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. until 9 p.m., Wednesday. (Courtesy parking at the rear of the Chapel.) MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of away January 27, 1967. Gone is the face we loved so dear, Silent is the voice we loved to wounded Tuesday in raids Jlamcd on the outlawed Irish Republican Army. One of UK policcrncn, Sgt. Edward Kelly, 32, who was Ltd. of Winnipeg was charged with showing obscene entertainment and was to appear in magistrate's court Friday. Service. far away for sight or speech, But not too far for thoughts fa> reach outside his home in Newry as he prepared to drive his six-year-old daughter to school, Theatre Co. Ltd. was for after the film, Tlin Slpwfir-rle.sses, seized WHILE EXCITED OVER AP.E -.TILL J PUZZLED HOW SUCH MOLECULES CAN SURVIVE THE PIERCE, DIBTNTEGft-VTINa 1 BOMBARDMENT OP ULTRAVIOLET AND COftMrC ftAVft IN SPACE (Reuter) Pirelli, Italy's fiaot rubber manufacturing concern, hac announced the signing of a K million contract to supply machinery for production of rubber accessories for the Soviet thubn'i to remember him who once was here And who though B jurt w dear. remembered by Ms wife NVtUe, daughter Hdto and deep in the County Down countryside 19 mites northeast of the border own of Ncwry, had until today escaped the unrest sweeping Northern Ireland as the IRA fights to bring Ulster under 1. Thai case is to be heard Feb. 17. COSTS Floods cost India an average 'IDS million annually in damage o crops, livestock and property of tbt fiitt Republic. the last 17 yean. ;