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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATHS WESTLAKE Passed aw at Ottawa on Thursday, Ju 9, 1970, Lome T., formerly Tabir. Funeral arrangemsn will be announced when coi pleted by Humphries Funer Home, Taber. PETERSON Passed aw; at Taber on Saturday, July 1970, Glen, of Barmvell. Funer arrangements will be announ ed when completed by Hum phries Funeral Home, Taber. C909 WALTER Jacob, of Lew Town, Montana, passed awa at his home Friday, July 1 1970. Born June 21, 1899 at Free- man, South Dakota. He cam to Alberta in 1925. He was th manager of Fclger Colon prior to moving to Montana 1945. Survivors are six sons ai one daughter Jacob of Left bridge, George of Stirling, Joe Eli, Darius, Paul and Dora Lewis Town; two brother Paul of Lewis Town and Darii of Lethbridge; three sister Katie of Wilson Siding, Rach and Mary of Lethbridge. F neral services will be held Sun day, July 12, 1970 at Sprin Creek Colony, Lewis Town Montana. 4382a HOCKING Suddenly i Victoria, B.C. on Wednesda July 8, 1970, Mr. Thomas Hoc ing, in his 88th year, of 440 Simcoe St. Born in North Da kota and resident in Victori for over 40 years. He is sur vived by his loving wife Jea Kay Hocking; one son Jac Hocking of Magrath, Alberta one step-son, Gordon Thomasa of Vancouver; grandchildren groat grandchildren; niece1 and nephews; one brother Harry in Devils Lake, Nort Dakota. A private funeral ser vies was held in McCall Bros Family Chapel, Victoria on Jul 10th, Rev. Dr. H. W. Kerley o ficiated. Followed by crema tion. (Flowers gratefully de- clined. Friends may donate to the Heart Fund, 620 View St Victoria if they 43821 BACEDA Passed away in the city on Thursday, July 1970, following a lengthy il ness, Albino aged 69 years, beloved husband of Mrs Frances Baceda of 806 12th St "B" North. Born in Italy in 1301, (he late Mr. Baceda cam to Lettibridge in 1904. In 192 be moved to the T a b e district where he later pur chased and operated his own farm, and he continued to live there until his retirement to Lethbridge In 1965. Besides hi loving wife, Frances, he is sur vived by two sons, Thomas o Grassy Lake and Jack of Leth- .bridge; two daughters, Mrs .Wm. (Louise) Siegl of Leth- bridge and Mrs. R. B. (Sylvia' Oler of Cold Lake; eight grand children; one sister, Mrs. E (Zella) Gatto of Lethbridge ant three brothers, Frank, Joe and .Dominic, all oi Lethbridge. He was predeceased by one sister and one brother. The funera aervice will be held on Monday at p.m. in the Memoria Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. ..Father S. A. Gyorkos of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section ol Mountain View Cemetery Flowers gratefully declined Th'ose who wish may pay their respects at the Memorial Chap- el, 703 13th St. N. Phone: 328- 2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C9W1 McNAB Passed away Sat- urday, July 11, 1970, Ida May McNab, aged 94 years, of Fort Maclecd. Born in Napanee, On- tario, she came west to Fort Macleod in 1885 with her moth- er to join her father, Mr. Glass. They teak up residence in a log cabin on (he island in the ori- ginal Fort acleod. She attend- ed school in Fort Macleod and then graduated from the first normal school in the North West Territories at Regina. She taught school in Regina and on the Blood Reserve. She married William Henry McNab in Fort Macleod, January 5, 1898, and they ranched south- east of Fort Macleod. They moved to Fort Macleod in 1913 where she has resided until her death. Mr. McNab predeceased her in 1933. She is survived by two sons, Reg and Norman of Fort Macleod; five daughters, Mrs. Eva Broun of Claresholm, Mrs. Harold Steph. enson of Granuin, Mrs. Art (Gladys) Lille, Mrs. J. 0. (Bertha) Stewart, and Mrs. Helen Walker all oi Fort Mac- leod; twelve grandcluldrcn and twenty-six great-grandchildren. The funeral service will be held In Clirist Church Anglican, Monday at p.m., Rev. G. Peters officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. Funeral ar- rangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. C91CO DEATHS PAINTER Passed away th; city on Friday, July 1 1970, following B lengthy illncs Richard Harold, aged 70 year beloved husband of Mrs. Hann Painter of 422 28th St. S. F neral arrangements will be noimced when completed. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of F neral Service. C909S DEAL Thursday, July 1D70, Harold Douglas Deal, ageand George, she is jy two sons, George Fredric 31ack and James Wallac 31ack, both of Foremost; tw rrandsons; one sister, Mrs. A Lillian) Nash of Wyndell, B.C and one brother, Harold Porkk of Red Deer, Alberta. The hi neral service will be .held or Monday at p.m. in th United Church, wit lev. Leslie J. Smith officiating nterment will follow in the Foremost Cemetery. Those wh wish may pay their respects a itartin Bros. Chapel (Phone 812 3rd Ave. S. and on Monday from noon unti service time at the Foremos United Church. Martin Bros .td., Directors of Funeral Ser vice. C9100 FUNERAL MICKELBERRY Funeral service for Mrs. Ann Mickel- wiry, beloved wile of Norman Mickelberry who died at Vaux- hall Tuesday, Jidy 7, 1970, al age of 48 years, was held t p.m. Friday, July 10, 970, in the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lethbridge, with1 Rev. R. Moody officiating. Pall- Dearers were Lionel Watson, ack Urdal, Lloyd Baker, Ber- ard Clark, Steve Mrazek and ieve Zajac. Interment was in lountain View Cemetery, Leth- iridge. Army and Navy grave- de service was performed, umphries Funeral Home, aber, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS NATHE We wish to thank lie doctor, Fatter Gillis, our lends and neighbors for all the cts of kindness in our time of orrow. A special thank you to neta and Duenna Billir.gsley or all their kindnesses. Nathe and family. 4381 GRAHAM We wish to cx- rcss our sincere thanks and ppreciation to onr friends, eighbors and relatives for their xpressions of sympathy and indness extended to us during recent bereavement. William Graham family SPtrZER To all the people 4376 sent cards and flowers dur- ng Walt's hospitalization and ing convalescence, especially e Ladies Auxiliary o[ Uie N.A.F. Unit No. 53, the mem- DTS of our family who helped tiwir special ways and to all ho enquired during his illness. our kindness was much ap- rcciatcd and we thank you sin- and Walter Spilzcr. 4358 MOLNAR It is with sincere atitude that we express to ur relatives, friends and neigh- rs our appreciation and hcarl- t thanks lor the many spiri- al offerings, flowers, cards, nations to the Cancer Society, od and acts of kindness which ghtened our burden ol sorrow iring our recent bereavement. c especially wish to thank the itors it the Haig Clinic, rscs at St. Michael's Hospital nd Father Field for all the care d service given our beloved sband, father and grandfather. Elizabeth Molnar and family. 1332-11 CARDS OF THANKS PENNINGTON I wish thank my doctor, the nurses an staff of St. Michael's Hospita Second Main, for the wonderfi care given to me wMle f was patient. A blessed thank you all for the visits, cards, gif and flowers. Peranrngton. 4344 DANNATT I sincere! (hank my relatives, friends, an neighbors for their visits, cards and well wishes during my sta in the hospital. Also thanks I the doctors and nurses at hot Ihe Border Hospital in Mil River and St. Michael's Hospita in Lethbridge. E. Dannatl. 4M SELK We wish to expres. our sincere thanks and appre- ciation to all our relatives friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness and sym pathy following the loss.of our dear husband and father; t those who sent flowers, cards donations and food, and for the lovely lunch following ser vices. Special thanks to the doc tors and nursss at Raymon Hospital. Your thoughtfulncs and kind actions will always be remembered. -Mariel Selk and family. 437 IN MEMORIAMS 5IOSS In loving memory o William L. Moss, who passed away July 12, 1966. Time takes away edge of grief. But memory turns back every leaf. remembered by his wife Margaret and family. 4345 WHITE In loving memory of Harry James White of Bel evue, who passed away July 1, J9S8. He meant so very much to us That nothing we can say Can still the grief Hiat is in our hearts As we think of him each day, remembered by his wife Rose and family. 434' loving mem- ory of my dear husband, Wil- iam J. Ramsdale, who passed way six years ago on July 11, 964. We loved you dsarly. There is a link death cannot sever, Our love and remembrance will last forever. remembered by wife Gertie and son Bill. 4359 YANKE In loving memory our son, Elmer, who passed way July 12, 19S9. It's lonely here without you son, We miss ycu more each day For life is not the same for us Since you were called away. You bade no one a last fare- well Nor even said goodbye, You were gone before we knew it And only God knows why. and always remem- bered by mom and dad, Jack and Lydia Yanke, Orion, Alta. 4346 EKSTROM In loving mem- ry of a dear husband and fath- ir, Enar A. Ekstrom, who pass- ed away July 11, 1969, and a ear son and brother, Ronald A. ho passed away April 22, 1961. A happy home we once en- joyed, How sweet the memory still, But death has left a loneliness The world can never fill. We miss your smiles, your voices, The things you used to do, We miss the happy limes we had, But mostly we miss you both. remembered by wife and mother Mina, daughters and sisters Deb- orah, Donna, and Florence. 4360 YANKE In loving memory mir dear husband and father, ,mer Yanke, who passed away iddenly, July 12, 1989. We never knew (Siat morning, What sorrow the day would bring, The blow was sudden, the shock severe, To lose the one we loved so dear. We miss his smile, his cheer- ful way, We miss the things he used to say, When happy days we often recall, "Tis then we miss him most of all. remembered and sadly missed by his wife (Catherine and family. 4348 MOURN DEAD COLLEAGUES Air Canada employees stand silently beside a red- and-white cross made of flowers at the requiem mass in Montreal's Mary Queen of the World Cathedral, in memory of tho nino crewmen and 97 passengers who died in a DC-8 crash Toronto. New 25-Bushel Wheat Variety Pays Off To Time Of For Soviet Breeder LONDON, Ont. (CP) Vladi- mir Kozlov, agricultural coun- cilor tor the Soviet embassy in Xtawa, said Thursday one of lis countrymen earns at least a year because he has n-ed a variety of wheat which about 25 bushels an icre. The government gives t h e Breeder about one cent a year or each acre of the wheat under cultivation in the counbry. The variety, called Bezostaya 1, s grown on about icres, he said in an interview. The Soviet breeder, P. P. jukyanenko, would receive incentive pay of for his most-popular variety plus additional incentive pay for a less popular variety. In addi- tion he would earn a salary of about each year, Mr. Ko- zlov said. "The successful breeder is given great honors in the Soviet Union and is highly regarded by the he said. He was asked to comment on a dispute among some breeders in Canada who feel Ottawa is infringing on their freedom. The government claims its regula- tions are intended to ensure high-quality seed. "In Russia we don't have such a problem because we don't have private Mr. Kozlov said. "All varieties are developed by the govern- ment." He is attending the annual convention of the Canadian Feed Growers Association. Earlier in the day, Prof. C. E. Jones of the crop science department at the Ontario Agri- cultural College in Guelph said the most important Canadian crop in the 1970s will be seed. He told the association that barley will remain a major feed grain but will meet increasing competition from feed wheat. He added that oats will become less important. -Saturday, July II, 1970 THI UTHBRIDGE HRALD 340 Learn To Swim At Magrath MAGRATH (HNS) A lota of 340 swimmers have cnrollot for lessons at Magrath pool. Spring Coulee and Del Boni- ta classes are conducted every morning with Welling and Mag- rath classes to begin July 20. Mrs. Ruby Fletcher is super- vising activities with De Var Dahl as assistant and senior lifeguard. He will take charge of the pool in August. Misses Maureen and Beverly Bridge of Raymond are guard: and give instructions. Phosphate Pollution War Begins TORONTO (CP) The On- tario Water Resources Com- mission has approved a multi- million dollar plan aimed at cleaning up phosphate pollution in every major water in the province. The main thrust of tie plan will be aimed at cleaning phos- phates out of the Canadian parts of Lake Erie, Lake On- tario and a section of the St. Lawrence River. Jut a commission spokesman said today the attack on phos- re pollution, responsible for growth of algae on shores, will cover the whole province. Initial cost of the program Is expected to be but may go higher with inclusion of other waters, possibly Lake Simcoe and Muskoka Lakes. The plan calls for nutrient mainly phosphate treat- ment facilities in every lake- shore municipality by 1975 and is expected to eliminate phos- phate pollution by 1976. To Meet Governors WASHINGTON (Reuters) Nixon will fly to jouisville, Ky., Tuesday to meet with governors of 13 Appa- achian states, the White House said Friday. Women's keep fit clameg have an enrolment of 40. They meet from 1 to 2 p.m. under the direction of Miss Karren and Christine Barker. A competitive swim club alta has a membership of 40. They are preparing a demonstration for Magrath's Birthday, July 24. PRINCESS Raven hair- ed Livrrha McMatter, 11- year old Blackfoot of Chin? was selected as national In- dian Princess of 1970 from 11 contest Rills at YeUowlmlh, N.W.T. Prince Charles and Princess Anno were on the outdoor platform as Johnty Ycsno, Crce Indian actor from Ontario, announced Miff McMasler's win. "I'm sorry the flowers aren't prince told Miss McMaiter. "I'm very happy lor you." Panl C. Downing, Jr. MISCELLANY ACROSS 1 Principle. 6 Daisylike. 11 Squirrel skins 16 Yeasts. 21 Solitary. 22 Scary. 23 Compocl- tlcn. 24 Finish. 25 Flagpoles. 26 GflUcho's gesr. 27 Washington eleven, for short. 28 Let. 29 Consumed. 30 Small offshoots. 32 concern. 34 Winged shoes. 35 Quit. 36 Hoapice. 39 Exclamation of disgust. <0 Towel word. 41 Qualm: abbr. 42 Follower of Esau. 44 Nut. 43 Bivouacked. 1 Sonora dlih. 2 Overjoyed. 3 Attribute of a good reporter. 4 Common suffix. 5 Experiment, 6 Savage, 7 of terror. 8 Historical 9 Meet. 10 Willful. 11 Chaste.' 12 Awry. 13 Egyptian 'goddess. 14 Hurried. 15 Method. 47 Reckless. 48 Fortify anew. 49 Obstacle, 60 Nautical response. 54 Fin or feather. 56 Musical direction. 57 More mature. 69 Cened. 60 Summer drink. 61 Covering. 63 Villain's expression. 65 French pronoun 67 a half. BS Pastors' sounds. 70 Feminine name. 72 Entrance. 73 Casa room. 75 Bipeds. 76 Or 77 Monte 79 Solemn service. 81 Messy places. S3 Second largest bird. 65 December decoration. 88 Uetter. 69 Future frag. 93 Village: Dutch. 94 Fish. 86 NCO. 100 Word in Shakespear. can title. 101 A king of the Huns. 103 Cleek. 105 Glide. 106 Unbend. 107 Cures hides. 109 Coin of Japan. 110 Mobile, artilery protection. far is. 114 Boundary: comb. form. 115 Over. 117AII. 119 Perfect or pluperfect. 121 Wine vessel 123 Took break. 125 Noun suffix. DOWN lEArcner't goal. 17 On a voyage. 18 Brings up. 19 One of th: arts. 20 Assagai. 31 By means of. 33 Attention getting sound. 35 Italian instrumenv 37 Government agent. 39 Fuels. 40 Seraglio! 43 Munich's river. 44 Big 45 Gown'f 46 Fender flaw. 48 Correct. 49 Clergyman's cap. 51 Stop on 52 Red Sea country. 53 Blissful places. 64 Fence part. 55 Person in the public eye. 36 Girl of long. 57 Fasten again. 58 Harvest. 62 Conceals. 64 Nobleman's title. 66 Splinters. 69 Ooie. 71 Yale men. 74 Season 11 wine. ts Doorkeeper. BO Periods of time. 82 Child with a new drum. 84 Extinct bird Linger. 87 Self- centered person. 89 Turkic tribesman, 90 Maxim. 81 Lisbon ladies. ?2 Rob't. 95 Sprlnter'i path. 57 Grid gear. 98 French depot. 99 Ridicule. 102 Endow. 101 IOU. [08 Rama- chandra'c wife. 111 Peruses, 113 Gumbo: var. 116 Colorful cloths. 118 Pause fillers. 120 course. 122 Sounded. 124 Mild oath. 126 Wire measures. 127 Bulging lug. ;29 Boxing combo. 110 Unlawful constraint. 131 Relishes, 132 Lure. 133 Danced. 134 Madison Avenueitc. 135 Tropical plant. 138 Meddle- some one. 131 Greek physician. 139 Languishes, 142 Gaelic. 143 Opening. 144 Swan or .jackknlff. 145 Mineral springs. 149 Chanel. 151 Mslde 153 Wire service: ibbr. Diagramless H x. 17 George V. Franlc ACROSS 1 TV program of future. 9 Put up vyith. 10 Freedom advocate. 1 Singer Crosby. 15 "Bird In Glided 7 Actress Arden. 8 Pennsylvania lakeport: 9 Girl'i name. 1 Assist. 2 Learned one. 24 S. African NJy. 25 Pop. 27 Circut rings. 28 Little devil. 29 Public notice, 30 By means of, 31 Act laiily. 32 Quantities of medicine. 36 European ski area. 39 Bird's bill, 41 "Days of Wine 43 Edible root. 44 (0 grains. 46 Area. 48 Cup's edge. Blinkin', and 52 Article. 53 Consumed. 54 Soluble silt. 57 Grit. 59 Toppers. 60 Principal meal. CI Little gnsl 62 "Let the of the World Go (3 Site of Himalayas. C4Adlt: abbr. 65 67 Rodents. 68 Emcee Ed-. 71 Would-be writer. 72 Popular TV shows. DOWN 1 Men's party. 2 Large book. 3 Fermented drink. 4 Study again. 5 Unimportant matters. 6 Hurrlea. 7 Greek letter. 8 Knowledge. 1 Hill- billies." 12 Persia. 13 Columbus' ship. 14 Boy 15 Market gardener. (5 Affirmative vote. 19 Postman's delivery. 20 Nutllke fruit. 22 Plant fluid. 23 Region. 25 Unhappy. 26 Aroma. 33 Ship's dis- tress call. 34 Kind of communica- tion: abbr. Caspian or Caribbean. pleas. ures and 38 Hits with hand. We Have No 42 Look over. 45 Deauly spot. 47 "Song With. out 49 Nuisince. 51 Member of the boird: abbr. El Jewish month. 55 Mona 56 Make i sweater. 57 In solar glow, 58 Drcls up. 59 Carney. 61 Assists. 65 Movellit ThomM 66 the Wheel." 69 Service, 70 French department. CRYPTOGRAMS SOLUTIOXS OF LAST WEEK'S rUHUS Hnnran nnnnn (.DO OREL EJIH MYGMJGPRLIC QUAFBV QJBR( JYP JH EJJI-VUPOKGFBV DBRMOHGL. By Rill 1. OUTOWTULPRD IP2LURON LA BUG AWL DUTUYM HUM SPRING EGABNZZAG BGAH RALPOPRD EGAYPHPLM AB KUGLSTM L S V R D Z By Myrtle W. CnitlMl J.FOR REIGN OR FOREIGN. B; F. H. Orerltrf i vnauB BnL) HQQU nmniini nns HBH BUD! I nnoRm nnncin DQQEIE KULIII pnniR nnna UBDEU BIHUUG I rantnci ranpiRra_nnnnn Wttk'a CrirtocTims I, Fotlunitely In hot WMtner mort eiclilm they inffoelUlf eiuierstf. I, Jake: "like" 111 conjunction look! ill out of function. Inc.. 1970 naso Hone Biiciiij iaapa acmu HUUH nnrnnn nnnnn BBBOUI nnnnn ranniro CHDDE! ;