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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks I BIRTH HUNT Mr. and Mrs. Barry Hunt of Calgary are pleased to announce the arrival of a baby Jennifer July a sister for Christopher. Proud grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hec- tor Negrello and Dr. and Mrs. John Hunt. 7891 DEATHS McINTYRE Passed away suddenly at Barons on Tuesday. July Mr. Hector Guy Mclntyre at the age of 56 beloved hus- band of Mrs. Jean Mclntyre of Barons. raised and educated at the late Mr. Mclntyre farmed in the Barons district all his life Besides his loving wife he is survived by one son Mr. Wayne Mclntyre of one daughter Mrs. A. McPherson of two sisters. Mrs. Flora Larsen of Mrs. T. Rattray of Lethbridge. one aunt Mrs. An- nie Pooie in one niece Mrs Stanley Lewis of Claresholm. He was predeceased by one brother The funeral service will be held at p.m. on July 1974. in Southmmster United with Rev. Kenneth Morris of- ficiating Interment will follow in the family Mountain View Cemetery. If friends may make donations to the chanty of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361. C396 WILSON Passed away in the city on Tuesday. July 1974. following a brief Mr David Austen beloved husband of Mrs Katie Thomson Wilson of 917B 9th Ave S and beloved father of David Austen Wilson and Leona of much loved grandfather of Lisa. Cindy and Jace and brother of R. Allen Wilson of Gleichen Aut. as he was best was born in the eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs David Wilson. He played hockey with the Gleichen Gunners before moving to Lethbridge. He played soccer with the Army and semi-pro ball with the Lethbridge Red lacrosse and curling. He was also an ardent tennis player and teamed with his wife. He held the city and southern Alberta Tennis Championship for years. Was a member of the Henderson Lake Golf Club and played defence on the original Maple Leafs Following cremation a private memorial service will be held Flowers gratefully declined MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361 C397 HARRIS Roxana beloved wife of Mr. Ira Harris of pass- ed away in Taber on Wednesday. July 1974 at the age of 79 i Mrs. Harris was born in Utah on September 1894 and received her early educa- tion there. She moved to Canada with her family in November of 1912 and settled in Raymond. She was married to William Ira Harris on December 1913 at Salt Lake City. They moved to Taber in 1917 and operated a flour later farming in the Taber area and retiring to town in 1970. She was an ac- tive member of the L.D.S. Church and held many positions in the organizations of the church. Besides her husband Ira. she is by one of Vic- two Mrs. William Westhora and Mrs. W. B. Ac'terman both of 10 grandchildren and seven also by one. Mrs. Lydia Peatross of Utah and one Mr. Walter Remington of Utah. Funeral services will be held in the Taber Stake Chapel on July at Bishop Roy E. Harris Dfficiating. Friends may meet with the family from. loon until service time in the Relief Society Room of the Interment in the Paber Memorial Gardens. Home Directors Funeral Service. C395 DEATHS CLAUSEN Passed away in the city on July following a lengthy il- Mrs. Hildur Amalia Clausen at the age of 80 years of beloved wife of the late Mr. Carl David Clausen. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on July in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. with Rev. Keith Churchill of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C399 CHOW Passed away in B.C. on Monday. July following a brief Mr. Wing Noon Chow at the age of 79 beloved husband of Mrs. So Noi Wong of Victoria. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons. Mr. On Chow of Lethbridge. and Mr Sam Chow of Peace eight grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on July 22nd. 1974 in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Ave with Rev Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the Chinese Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328- 2361. C401 CRANLEY Passed away suddenly in the city on July Mr. Walter Basil Cranley at the age of 77 years of 1313 10th Ave. S beloved husband of the late Mrs. Mabel Muriel Cranley Prayers will be said at p.m. on Friday. July 19. 1974. in Assumption Catholic Church Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 10 30 a.m on July in Assumption Catholic with Rev Father Robert Cranley Celebrant Interment will follow in the Family Plot St. Patrick's Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Ave S MARTIN BROS Direc- tors of the Funeral Service Phone 328-2361 C398 PESZAT Passed away suddenly in the city on July Mr. Stanley Peszat at the age of 69 beloved husband of Mrs Marian Peszat of 2510 20th Ave. S. raised and educated in the late Mr. Peszat came to Canada in 1926 to where he rtsided until his passing. He was a prominent business man and proprietor of Stan's Men's Wear. He was a member of Lethbridge Elks Chinook Club and Rehabilitation Society Besides his loving wife he is survived by two Mr. Stanley Richard Peszat of Montreal. Mr. Edward Peszat of B four two sisters Miss Maureen Peszat of Montreal. Mrs. R. Sirbough of two brothers Mr. Anthony Peszat of Mr. John Peszat of Man. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on July 1974 in Assumption Catholic with Rev. Father R D. Chisholm Celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in Mount Calvary section. Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Ave. S. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C400 Baltimore police fired BALTIMORE Only hours after this Maryland city ratified a new pay agreement with its Police Commissioner Donald Pomerleau fired or demoted 109 officers involved in a four- day strike. Pomerleau also instructed city officials Wednesday to end a dues check-off for the police union and revoked the union's appointment as collec- tive bargaining agent for the policemen. Music students pass board exam The following is a list of successful candidates who recently completed the Western Board of Music prac- tical and theory examinations in Lethbridge and district. The names are arranged in order ot merit. In the Grade 11 practical ex- Western Board's Associate Laurie Fumagalli of Bellevue received first class honors in the piano section. Lori Leister of .Lethbridge received first class honors in the clarinet category. LETHBRIDGE Grjdc 10 puno. honors Brenda Fhan- Mah Carla Young Grade 9 hrst class honors .Nano honors Peegv John- Grade 8 liril class honors June t'oelman. Daphne honors Joanne Ferguson Susan Cross Helen Matsushita Grade 7 piano lirsl class honors K.iren Spademan Alonna honor-. Elva Fmdlay. Mary de Jour- dan Jeanelle Johnson Daria Bevans i equal' pass Patricia Forsyth Grade 6 puno hrst class honors Helen Michael Schaalje 'equal i. Lorna Winters. Jane Khan honors Pomohac. IlOtiiekamer Grade 5 piano hrst class honors in illms Slureen Caiman. Steven hntkson. Diane Pungor Terry honors Dixie Fair- banks Filomena D dgnone Monj Fishei Mahnic pass Miruim Mdhnit Grade 4 hrst class honors SUicj Pitcher Susanne Kaufman Barbara Dimnik Matsushita MJIN .Matsushita Elizabeth honors Sharon Groothuis. OdXHl Milliken Tamara Tagg Dawn Mereski Natalie Reimer Karen Wallers i Barbara Bourne Grade .i piano tirsi class honors Hade Hdrtlex. Carolvn Willms. Judith Anderson Susan Dudley Lorna Pauls Ronald Sabev Beverlv Kaulmann. Kevin Tome. Sandra Ivison honors Karen Sillito Stephanie Hamilton Kathorme Wiebe Katharine Kenwood i equal Sherrv Kolibas. pass Black Grade 1 puno first class honors Maignrel Hollander honors Palnciii Plcnvman Phillip Molme Grade 1 hrst class honors loan Uuuine Mueller Ten erne Barp honors Kiduirci Bartf Keli Smith. Elizabeth llaillev iNancv Sureman Jan- ice llcdnrk Pamela Surenian. Janice lupnian Molinc pass Mice llehvig Grade T Mute hrsl class honors Susan Foster Grade 'I I lute hrst class honors BelH U'lstei Giade H tlicorv musical pass Grade theorv junior aural musicianship hist class honors Barbara Milliken honors Erna Wamsleeker Grade 5 harmom hrsl class honors honors David Forifi Grade 4 hrsl class honors June I'oelnun Maureen MeCall' P.if k Giade .1 theon pass Michael Grade 2 theorv. hrst class honors Diane Pungor Dixie honors Bettv Leister. Steven Knckson Diane pass Christine Kenwood Grade 1 theorv. first clasi honors Pleltell Barbara Dimnik. Susanne Kautmann. Carol Medoruma. Kevin Willnis Michelle honors Douglas Keeler BLAIRMORE Grade 8 tirst class honors Karen Dobek. Anthony Fumagalli honors Lori Komberg. pass Blair Hucik Grade 7 hrst class honors Du.nne Wells Mark Balog Barbara Dennis Susan MacLeod Grade piano first class honors Judy Pha.-is Bieiu Balog. Bonnie Park honors Barrv Hueik Grade 5 hrst class honors Roxannc Van Karen Vare. honors Christine Maloll Valerie Lonsburv Grade 4 piano hrst class honors Gini Decoux Honors Helga Koci. Randy Braithwaite Grade 3 piano hrsl class honors Virginia Gale. Pilar honors Jo-Ann MacLeod. Michelle Lundgren Carrie Morencv Grade 2 first class honors Charlotte Dobek. Joanne Price Darcv Pamsiak. Michelle Dobek. Kathv Trcka. Tammy Siegelaar. Mark Townsend honors Dalla Fraser Grade 1 first class honors Weslev Fraser Gregorv Knight Darren Randies Dean Balog. Sharon-Leigh Quail Lisa MacLeod. Nuna Martinez Jeanette Olkowski honors Mark Olkowski. pass Trov Clark Grade 1 first class honors Brenda Phans Grade 3 honors Jody Hukhison Grade Irumpel. pass Walter Gail Douglas Komberg COLEMAN Grade 4 piano honors Marion Fonttina Grade 3 piano hrst class honors Lorraine honors Laurie Beiner KochelleJuhlm pass Owen Grade 1 piano hrst class honors Leslie-Ann Owen honors Ladine Beever PINCHER CREEK Grade 9 piano pass Eileen Peter- son Grade 8 piano hrst class honors Elizabeth Carlson honors Maureen Ilinman. Arlene Vogelaar Donna Murphv Grade 7 piano pass Brenda Dewart Josephine Munn Grade 6 hrst class honors Janet Vogdlaar honors Patlie pass Evelvn Bcere. Donnj Hruder i Margaret Hip jus Giadc 5 piano honors Jeanette Cole Linda Lammers Cheryl Ldinmers Connie Murphv pass Rosalie Faoro Grade 4 piano hrsl class honors Benle llansen honors Palsy Haues Linda Kemp Zclda Levine Doi is Blackburn Brenda Bruder. pass Ronald Hocnstem Grade 3 piano first class honors Gilloan I lea ion. Barbara Durksen. Barn i equal I honors Susan Sluckex Pallv Christensen qunli Michael McRae Beth Carlson George Kigaux lequdll pass Kenneth Johnson Shanlcc Murrav qiidh. Ixjnj Hruder Honestv Hepner Hepner Grade 2 hrst class honors Pattic- Archibald. Evelyn Beere Kelmda Munn. Carol Leavilt Jean- etle Cole Gidde 1 theory I irsl cldss Gillian I KM ton. Beth Carlson. George Rigaux Zelda Levine Woman killed three kids Fla. Hazel Johnston wrote to a funeral laid out her three children's best clothes on the living room couch and placed a single white lily on a nearby table. Police say she then lined the youngsters up on a shot each to death and killed herself with a .38-calibre pistol used on the children. 12 La Anna Cynthia and Mrs. were all shot in the said homicide investigator Gordon Bass. The tragedy came to light Wednesday when a funeral home received Mrs. John- ston's detailing plans for the funeral of her children and herself. Bass said the shootings oc- curred sometime after p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Johnston also left a note for Rev. Harold pastor of the Normandy Village Baptist Church she attended. was more or less a sy- nopsis of her that it was too much of a burden for her to the minister said. lady had been real depressed for several He discovered the bodies after the funeral home called him as requested in the letter it received. Police said Mrs. Johnston's dis- appeared July 10 while facing six larceny charges in neighboring Nassau County. Mrs. Johnston was schedul- ed to appear in court Friday on a charge of embezzling 300 from a roofing company where she worked. engineering may increase cancer' WASHINGTON Scientists have been urged to voluntarily defer undertaking certain new types of experiments with animal and germ cells. they run a possi- ble risk of increasing the in- cidence of cancer or other dis- says a committee of American medical scientists representing the National Research Council The group stressed that there is no proof yet that a rtsk exists. But they said in a statement Wednesday that such experiments should be deferred the potential hazards have been better The experiments involve taking living mouse or bacterial cells transferring hereditary genes from one cell to then reconstructing the cells and causing them to as genetic hybrids. The genetic material involved is called DNA. Scientists' reports have led to hope that such work might bring better understanding of aging and of improv- ed development of special soil- dwelling bacteria that could extract nutrient nitrogen from the and means of correcting genetic defects in people. Early pilots inducted in Aviation Hall of Fame EDMONTON Sev- enty-nine including many bush pilots who helped open up Canada's vast were inducted Tuesday night into Canada's new Aviation Hall of Fame. They ranged from early pio- neers such as Casey who in 1908 became the first Canadian to fly a to modern-day airline executives such as Max Ward of Wardair who got his start as a bush pilot. Twenty-eight of the pilots were honored posthumously. Their relatives and the living members of the hall received scrolls that aviators have set permanent records for un- paralleled adventure for enterprise for pioneering achievements... for stubborn struggles against impossible odds for unfailing courage that have all stood the test of One of the members of the hall of fame is Walter Fowler of a pioneer of commercial flying in Atlantic Robber hits little train Okla. Tulsa's first train robbery in modern times occurred Tues- but it wasn't pulled off by masked men on horseback at the pass. It happened on the chil- dren's miniature train at Mo- hawk City Park. The bandit was a man who rode the train a couple of times and then asked for change for a bill. When the conductor got his money the bandit pulled a shot the conductor in the leg and made off with about A woman employee of the park helped the 17- year-old Charles into an office and called police a high school was not seriously wounded Canada. He had a reputation for taking hazardous flights through the soupy fog in the Maritimes to places like the Magdalen Islands where no one knew the name of his air- but everybody knew him. Included in the hall of fame are six winners of the Victoria Cross for outstanding per- formances in aerial combat and 31 Companions of the Order of Canada's most select aviation frater- nity. The hall does not have a per- manent home. It will be trans- ported to all parts of Canada by a special tractor-trailer so as many Canadians as possi- ble can view it. Holidays lengthened by washed out roads BIG SANDY Sask. A group of people stranded here for almost a week by washed out roads found out Tuesday they were not longer stranded. The news came in the form of the arrival of two carloads of fishermen who beat highway crews to the Big Sandy Lake campers. Rains last Wednesday left 39 persons stranded at the lake when the Hanson Lake Road Highway 106 was made impassable by washouts. Six persons were taken out by helicopter Saturday and the rest decided to stay after a two way radio was left with them so they could call for help if necessary. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Verhoeff of two of the persons who stayed until the highway was said they sat out a 1965 flood for 10 days at their home. love Mrs. Verhoeff said of the 'latest episode so glad I can sit and bead I so seldom get a She said she made a table full of necklaces in the six days she was stranded and had interested other women in similar work. Joe Schindler of found the extra fishing time not entirely welcome is a lot of fun but ai'ter you do it three weeks you get bored with The campers held a fishing derby Monday and passed the time other days with badminton and predicting when five bears in the area would come out of the bush. A store at the campsite had enough suppl'es for two weeks but the campers said they had had their fill of fish smoked and canned The group made tentative plans for a reunion t summer in the Yukon. highways engineer J. D. McMillan said the rest of the road should be open within 10 days. He said work crews are stopped by fast moving water at Ballantynt River. feet away from two on the other side of the river. The pair have received supplies by plus a lew small items thrown across. Women students enroll in U.S. marine academy KINGS N.Y. The first women to enroll in a federal service academy checked in at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Tuesday to a mixed reaction from male students. The 15 women were among 347 cadets reporting for four years of training to prepare them for careers as ship engi- neers or deck officers. Fred said that about half of the student body resented the women. fact they think the girls will get special privi- Thibeau said Katherine wants to go to sea. want a career on a ship as a deck officer and hopefully one day as captain of a she said. ''I think it would be an exciting and adventurous Teresa Olsen. said she eventually wants to be an oceanographer on a research vessel. An academy spokesman said all cadets would be treated the same far as humanly CLEAN AND WRINKLED Peter Schell of Munich. West took a shower bath in which lasted tor 168 hours. The Letliln Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS He IB the Presidentof Portugal. What IB his HOW DO YOU 71 lo 80 points Good. 91 to 100 TOP 61 to 70 points ftir. 81 to 90 points Excellent. 60 or H'mml FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What changes In transportation do you foresee in the next 100 STUDENTS Save This practice Valuable Reference Material for Exams. YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 The won the most seats in Parliament In the July 8th a-Liberals b-Progressive Conservatives c-New Democrats 2 Did that party win a clear 3 The British government has called for a constitu- tional convention concerning the administration of a-Hong King b-Rhodesia c-Northern Ireland 4 Two Soviet cosmonauts docked their Soyuz-14 spacecraft with the orbiting space station. 5 defeated the Netherlands in the finals to win the World Cup soccer championship. a-Italy b-West Germany c-Brazil PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....inundate 2.....intimidate 3.....undulate 4.....indicate 5.....incumbent a-officeholder b-cover with flood c-point out d-move in waves e-frighten PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....David Barrett 2.....Harold Wilson Stephenson 4.....George Reed S.....Maria Peron Argentina CFL Play- ers' Association British Col- d-Prime Great Britain Canadian Medical Association Inc. 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