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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 59 5 _ 1HE IETHBR1DGE HERAID Monrloy, November 9, 1770 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES HELP WANTED MAKE [EASY SSS Easy lo Hose, Also socks For She entire family, lights, briefs and blMni panHi-s, etc. Freo InMrud- Ions snJ Color CaUlwuc. VVrUe today. ReMcn Hosiery Ltd., 10383 Hcberl Sf, Montreal NO'th 4S9, Quebec. 90W-2J LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invites onpllcsHons for the positions cf PART-TIME TEACHERS BUSINESS EDUCATION PROGRAM Typewriting Short hand-Gregg of Pitman Bookkeeping to two hours per week from Jan- uary 5, 1971 is April 23, Inclusive, Interested persons should apply the sfandarcl Application (Of Employ- ment form !c: THE DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CIOJ2-JB 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. Canada's leading school. National legs, 6th Ave. Calgary, Atfa, Phone BEAUTY SALON, PRICED quick sfile. Write Dox 30, Herald. STORS, COSFES Shop. Good yalienacie. Priced reason- ably, HJtihway 93-95 North of Cran- I CT particulars contact H. Thorn, Box -16, Skwkumclwck, B.C. 422-3JJ9. 5637'11 Jjirtks, JLjeath Of 74 IOANS INVESTMENTS. SCHWARTZ AGfeNClES LIMITED ESTABLISHED m? CsJIeqe Mall, Phone 328-3331. Tho widest facility .'Ve con- sider ALL TYPES of mortgage Joans.. THE PEOPLE AT NIAGARA Really Know handle your money reaulremerits. Expert appraisal ser- vico Insures you'll receive maximum mortgage a1 a iavourBbie rate, or you may obtain a an! con- solldsllon loan. Group Life Insurance available. No loss, no delay. Call NIAGARA COMPANIES J licinliSf BIRTH and Angle (nee Clements) wish to an- nounce the birth of their son, Darren Lloyd, 8 ibs. H ozs.' at SI Michael's Hospital on Sun- day, October 25, 1970. Frond grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. Victor {Penna) Clements of Lethbridge and Mr. and Mis. Jack Barrows of Foremost. 9637 MORTGAGE MONEY Unlock the equity in your ......._ home with a tiomebwner loon I 1970, DEATHS SMITH Frederick Henry, passed away in Victoria, B.C. 66 PERSONAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wl.'ii a drinking problem. Phcne cr 328-3246, a Per p.m. TEENS WOULD THE MAM WHO CALLED CONCERNING THE SHETLAND SHEEP DOG TATTOO K D C 9 A, PLEASE CALL AGAIN AND LEAVS YOUR NA.ViE AND PHONE NUMBER. BiLL PRATT, STUDENT SOCIfiTV OFFICE, UNIVERSITY OF LETH- BRSDGE. fSt-S-9 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYVMLL, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings. Excellent workmanship. Phona 328-T365. SOUTHERN STAfAP AND Rufcber stamps. corfKjrate seals, daters, etc. Same-day Service. 1233 2nd Ave. S, Phone 328-5114, GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO SiHG- sr comoetenf to sii oilier makes. Free home esti- mate. Phone 327-.J243. Singer Co. 0f College Mall. C.07W4 EXPIRED? CASH IN ON THE LOWEST SERVICE CHARGES ANYWHERE ON ANY MAKE OF WASHER, DRYER OR RANGE AND PUT THE DIFFER- ENCE IN THE BANK- DON'S SER- VICE, 33B-170J, ANYTIME. 9-158-11 MAY TAG SALES and SERVICE. EER- vices on all makes of washers end dryers, automBHc or conventional. Also ali small appliances, lawn mowers. Irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No [ab too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ava. WHtSt. 70 GARDSN.NG HEDGE TRIMMING Tree pruning and removal, 327-2W1. JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phone 327-7393 or 327-2-538. C9m-ri TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phone 357-7378 or WM FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 32C-2.594. S739-M HALF PRICE WHILE IT LASTS 7.00Q fbs, manure, 510 delivered. Phone 327-2207. C735-H FALL CLEAN-UP. ALL KINDS OF hauled away. Tree trimming and Odd SODS. Phono 327-3MK 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS AND ROASTING CHICKENS ready 37 cents per ,b. on cteen lot Free delivery. Custom killing, hell, mum Dyck, Coaldale. Phone 345-3224. C935-Jf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES FOR SALE WHITE MINIATURE Husky dcg SI CO. Phone Metfidne Hal, 526-5417. 5idS-9 PUREBRED CHIHUAHUAS FOR Males and fema'es and puppies. 1213 3rd Ave, A S. Phone 323-3423, after 6 p.m. THREB MALE PUREBRED 'SAM- oyed puppies. 510 each. 758-AiW- H PJ93-9 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS CHINCHILLAS FOR SALE WHiTE, beige and grey, with equipment. At reasonable pries. Write Frank Frsi- haul, Box 88, Kipp. 9595-13 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SEttING HI WAY CONFECTiOM- ery, corner store with qwriers attached, Taber, Alberta. BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded menage by Jsm EllioK fflls you how. Phofi1: JZ6-3S36, Calumhi-i School of Broadcasting. 9175-ff CONFECTIONERY CENTRAL haif block from 73 suiter. Newly reno- vated. potential will handle. Phone C1075-M of TO OR MORE "We also purchase existing Mortgages for CAC Realty Limited COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL LETHBRiDGE, AITA. PHONE 328-2381 75 CONTRACTS BORGE RAVEN 1329 9th ST. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, I mcdeiUng and repairs. Phono beloved husband of Jeventa (Holman) Smith of 102'Barce- lona Manor, Pendergart Street, Victoria, and son of Henry Fredrick Smith. He was July 31, 1904 in Victoria. born 9M3 away sudden- ly in Golden, B.C. ou Friday, November 6, 1970, Walter Albert Henry, at the age of 55 years of Calgary, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Annie Esser. GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson anc Sorenssn Construction, 1020 7lh Ave. S, Phcne 327.i6Si, C7J77-H CUSTOM FRAMING Born in Magrath the late Mr, Esser received his education there and also farmed in the Magrath and Granum area be- fore moving to Lethbridge in 1958, and then to Calgary in 111967, Survivors include: two sons, Robert F. Esser of Cal- gary and Melvis E. Esser of Golden B.C.; one daughter, Mrs. H. (Ruth) McKeeman of OF BU TO AIL TYPES RENOVATIONS.....- ROOMS FOR ESTIMATES CALL 3IS- UILDINGS Golden, seven grandchfldren; 'his mother, Mrs. Martha Esser Steps, patio. CONCRETE WORK driveways, retaining walls, work quaranteed. 327-2641. FRED STEINER CEMENT old "Basements dug, water proofing. In- red, free 327-B2GS. Fellger of Magrath. neral mass vill be PLEASE YOUR AD FIRST DAY U REPORT ERRORS an tirna ?or the next Insert inn. The Lethbridge Herald Is respenaible ior only tM flrsi incorrect Insertion. PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In fhe Estate cf MARIA THERES5A JOHANNA TAYLOR, late the Ciiy of LeShbrldge, Aiberta, Retired, who died on 9th" ciay cf June, TAKE NOTICE that all psrsons hav- ina claims upon the Esfaie of ihe above named must fife with the under- signed by trie 9th day of December, 1970, a fgll statement of their claims and cf securities held by them. L. G. G. BREEZE, Assistant Public ZGi John J. Bowlen Building, 62G 7th Avenue S.W., Calgary 1, Alberta. Nt9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE Of GEOFFREY LIONEL WYMAN late of the Town cf Picture Butte. En Ihe Province of Al- berta, who died on fhe 12th day of September, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing cla.rns upon ftm estate oS ihe abcvs named must fife with the undermen- lionea Solicitors by the Ufh day of December A.D. a full statement of their claims and of seoir.tles by them. HUCKVALE, WILDE KRUSHEL Barristers end Solicitors, Acadia Building, Lethbridqe, Alberta Solicitors for fhe Executrix, Gloria Jean Nlshijima NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE of AL3ERTA BERHICE WYMAN, lale of the' Town cf Picture in the Province of Alberia, who died an the 12fh day of September, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that oil persons hav- ing claims upori tha estate of the abova named must file wifh Ihe undersigned Solicitors by Ihe 10th day of December A D 1970 a full statement .of their claims and of secw.lies tietd by Uiem. HUCKVALE, WILDE KRUSHFL Barristers and Sol tellers, Atdttia Building, for the Admlnh.ratrlx, a JUDICIAL SALE OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY The property Is offersd far sale by tender, sobject to fNe rss'rkf- ions In the existing Certificate of Title; Legal Subdivisions Eleven (ID and Fourteen SecHor, Eleven (115, in TovsnsWa Thirlsen Range Sixteen W61, West c( the Fcudh Meridian, in t hs Province cf Alberts, eonfaining Eighty IGGS acrss more or less. there- out tho Roadway as shown on Plan io53 H.X. containing Five Hundred and Fifteen Thousandths (.515) acres mare or less. Reserving unto Her Majesty oil Mines and Minerals. The within tends are located ap- s.i of a mrle East of -ind contain aoprroxi- j matoly EO of whkH 60 acres are under cultivation. There is en old houso and garage situated on ihe property. Tenders ifi sealed envelopes mirkcd S.C. 95370 accompanied a marked chccius or cash for of'ths awounf of th" lander must te !n the hands c( trse Clerk o! Ihe Supreme Court. Courf C.ilsjary, hy n o'clock Tuesday, me day of Decent- R. (Pauline) Smith of Leth- bridge and Mrs. J. (Francis) The held fu- Tuesday at p.m. in "Mar- tin Bros. B12 3 Ave- t S., with Hev. Father M. H. Gillis OMI officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Mount Calvary Section of Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said in St. Patrick's Church on Monday at p.m. Those who wish may pay their re- spects at "Martin Bros. Cha- 812 3 Avenue South, Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors o{ Funeral Ser- vice. C1084 COWAN Passed away suddenly in the city on Satur- day, November 7, 1970, Wil- liam, at the ege of 82 years, of 1709 8 Avenue North, be- loved husband the late Mrs. Anne Cowan. Bora in Mother- well, Scotland, the late Mr. Cowan came to Lethbridge on October 22, 1911 and spent 42 years with the Lethbridge Col- lieries before retiring in March of 1953. He was custodian for St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church from 1953 to 1965. For many years Mr. Cowan was very active in the Lethbridge musical circles as a member of the male voice choir and St. Andrew's Senior Choir. He was life member of Charity Lodge, a member of United Mine Workers of America. He is survived by one son, Stew- art W. Cowan of Calgary; two daughters, Mrs. P. W. (Eliza- beth) Eibalkin of Kimberly, B.C. and Mrs. T. F. (Rachael) Chumik of Lethbridge; 9 grand- children. Besides his loving wife who predeceased Mjn in 19C5, he is also predeceased by a son, Bill during the Second World War in 1945. The funeral service will be held in St. An- drews Presbyterian Church on Tuesday at p.m., with Rev. L, D. Hankinson official' ing. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery, Those who wish may pay their respects at the "Memorial 703 13 Street North, phone 328-2361, Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C1032 DEATHS PARKINS Verne Alfred, passed away suddenly in Ma- grath on Friday, November 6, 1970, at tlie age of S-I years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Frances Margaret Parkins of Magrath, Funeral services will he held in the Magrath LDS Chapel on Tuesday, November 10, at 2 p.m.. with Bishop L. B. Tanner ofuciating. Interment will follow in the Field of Honor in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects prior to the service at the church. Chrislensen Salm- on Funeral Home Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C1078 Passed away at Cal- gary on Saturday, November 7, 1970, Miklos of Taber, at the age of 79 years. Born at Nyirkersc, S z a b o 1 c s Megye Hungary, April 11, 1891. He married in the Old Country May 3, 1922. Came to Canada to Taber in 1930 and has farm- ed at Taber until his retire- ,ent in 1963. Predeceased by three daughters, Jolayne, Helen and Sophie, survivors in- clude his wife, Marcella, Ta- ber; one son, Donald of Taber; six grandchildren. Friends may pay their respects to the de- ceased at the funeral home from to p.m. Monday Funeral services will be conducted from the Knox United Church, Taber on Tues- day, November 10 at p.m., with Rev. Kenneth Morris offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home, Ta- ber, in charge of ments. arrange- C1080 PAYABLE BONUS Family allowances are paya- ble to all Canadian children up to 15 years of age. is, -runercils, W our heartfelt friends and r flowers, men cards. A Sn the -doctor Bow Island Oliver, tho so ladies who I. Legion, and to cd in any wa ness and our li LACKENBY Passed Passed away has orcciatcil ant n the citv on Sunday, November 8, 1970, wr B, 1970, following a a brief illness, Sine iness, Joseph, at the ajc at the age of and 1 years, beloved husband beloved wife o! trs. Dora Lackenby of 614 Marion, of 937 trect South. Funeral South, The late LADIES ncnts will he announced was born, raised REHAB ompleted, Martin Bros. in Lethbridge. FOR 1 Jirectors of Funeral her loving husband Wisl also survived by one thank. _____ E. Marion of helped to FINLEY Raymond and one daughter and Sale ey, passed away in Stirling Dr. H. Ferguson A v >alurday, November 7th, 10 lo Hie L t Use age of 78 years, a sister Miss Cassie Eagles Lo oved husband of the late of Seattle, Washington. help. Ida Maude Finley of mass will be dr. Finley was torn in Thursday at 10 a.m. in to U [udson, Wisconsin, July Roman for tht 892 and came to Canada with Father M. H. the fo 9OT, where he farmed in celebrant. Internet will Tea. tirling district and where in Mount Calvary ved all his life. Lett to Mountain View Vuc is passing are three sons, will be celebrated lay of Rosemead, California, larrell George of Stirling evening at p.m. in St. Patrick's N. Sawada lark of Irvine; 11 who wish may pay DorLV ren, and one sister, Charlotte "inley of Black Diamond. in The "Memorial Chapel, 812 3 Avenue Mary predeceased by his 328-2381. Martin PRIZE ida Maude in 1952. Directors of Funeral M Mn crvices wili be held on Street Nort ay, November 10, 1970 at .m. in the Stirling Church, with Bishop Wm. 1 o g e n sen officiailing. ME nfint will follow in the family >lot in the Stirling >ier.ds may meet the family md pay their respects from 12 oon until prior to the service n the Relief Society Room (CNP Bureau) Bonnie Porter, recreation director, has announced that Glynn, 1886, passed E 1969. an church. Christensen for sewing by n Funeral Home Ltd., be held at p.m. hi ors of Funeral in the Recreation office Blairmore Court wynn planning on taking EARLY course Nov. No record exists as to and 19 are urged to re ate European sailors first anded on Aruba, but the fee of 51.50 should be brought to the Nov. 10 that left parents. How s to nil our :s who sent gifts, food A special thank you 8639 Ladies Auxiliary lo the Rehabilitation MacDonald, 413 19th 8640 In memory of his wife Grace 9638 bean island was a runior on maps as early as 1494. Ing and patterns should also be policies name a specific benefi- P _.. .-fill Iinlrlr taken to the meeting. :iary, then that still holds. Pattern 7294 Save dollars! Give living or playroom a bright, new look with smart slipcovers. Make an old chair or sofa look NEW, fresh with easy sew slipcovers. Send for Step-by- Slep Instructions 7294 for basic slipcover, 6 variations. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) 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 1, Ontario. GRANTS TO SODEPAX Two grants totattuig have been made to the Catho- lic-Prolestant-Orthodox Commit- tee of Society, Development and Peace, known as SODEPAX, which works to make Christian- ity more relevant in the world and to enlist it in the cause of order and peace. IIBKABIAPi'S DELIGHT ACROSS Semites, 6 Furniture style, 10 Arrange tn a compact mass. 14 Library JO French legislative body- Hoarfrost. 22 Nickname. passerlno bird. 24 More rational. K Image. 26 Friend of Pythias. Z7 Dark brown fur. Tributary of the Elbe. 29 Wagers, 30 High ftyer. 31 Golf pas. 33 Cut: 34 Nickname 37 Game fish. 39 Wall Street term: Influx. 42 African mammal. M Notched. En8< 47 Late drinks. 49 Ibsen heroine. S1 English servative. 53 Ruin. 64 African 55 Exercise. STFat 59 Work unit, 60 Northeast Wind: Fr, 61 Indian VIP. Fleming. 65 Girl's name. 66 Full of zest. 68 Kiln. 69 Sayao. 70 Peak. for Can.-Am. 71 Turns at canal. 35 African 36 Identical. bat. 73 Principal. 74 Himalayan kingdom. 76 Earth goddess. 77 Washed, down 79 Caddoan Indians. 81 Pursue. S3 Trials. Topers. 87 SGGray wolf. 91 Head sear. 92 Thermal units: inlt, (3 Scottish Inventor, 84 Grief. 35 pigeon pea. 36 Attorney, abtar. S7 Expenslvs. 98 Remote. 99 Fresh air. 101 Ancient fiddle. 103 Imrnerjeol In water. 105V. Lopez theme. fOS Singles. 107 Obi. 108 Mystery ttory; vaf. 110 Comestible, 112 Wind. 114 Annoyed, 115 Adjusts again. 118 Shout: Fr. 121 Cat cry, 122 Slant 123 Busslan name. 125 Bosh! 12SWash. 128 Old French coin. 159 Agreement 130 Alloy. 131 Gloss. 132 Biblical mountain, 134 Shatter. 136Yearn, 137 Mold. 138 Japanese city. ISSTranqullIze, 140 Summer drinks, 141 Window glasses, seeds. 143 Tower. 144 Martha 145 So. Arner. mountains. .1 Umbrlan 14 Teetvago town, lovers, 2 objective. 15 Division of )3 Favorite of time. i glrii, 16 Melodiss. '4 17Imbecile. 6 Ocean liner: 18 Choose, abbr, 19 Leases, 6 Airy tplrif. 26 Russian 7 Helpful 8id composer. at home or 29 Cry lustily. In library. 30 Hebrew. S Minor letter: var. prophet 32 Go astray, 9 Males, 35 Barnyard 10 Aver. sound, 11 Large book; 36 Seasoning. 12 Wife of 37 Onion, a Eeatle. Bactt 13 January (Danish vacation. BOWS 41 Minstrel 43 Gustav, B.g. 44 He knows: Sp. 45 silkworm. 43 Dice throw, SOChlldrem' classic. 61 Rounded, molding. 82 Scottish town. 53 Beaks: Fr. 53 Disabled. 5B Sea bird, 60 One of the three B's, 62 Nabokov best seller. 64 Nickname. 7 Author In 108-A'i. fiS Horse coins, 69 Cots. Domini, 72 Othello Villain. 73 74 Seines. 78 Tart SO Eight! comb, form, 81 Batified: abbr. 82 Light gray. 84 Sody organ. 55 Casualties ef "huff and puff. 87 Girl's name. 88 Top notch. 89 Dregs. 52 Ornament. 53 Famed animator. 96 Twig broom. 37 Portal, 98 Liver: Ff. 100 Animal Forbid. 104 Ed Sulli- van's 105 Nearsit. 115 Hair piece. 109 Graduated series, effort. 110 Out of, 70, 111 Contraction. 119 Peep show. 113 Phiiilplne. 120 Russian peasant. Johns, beam, 124 Canadian birds. 127Wagnerian role, 129 Raisin: Sp, 130 Verdi opus. PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of BERTHA BAZLEY WILSON Late cl .fee City of UUi'arMge, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the day of August 1970. TAKE NOTICE all persons hav- ing claims upon the Estate of ihs above named mmt Hie the undersigned by Ihe 7fii day cf December, A.D. 1970, lull sfsf'erhenf of their claims and el securities fceid by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trus? Building Alberta. Solicitors (or Ih? Executor The Canada Tryst Company Corner of 3rd Avenue and ?lh St. 3. Lelhbritfge, Allxirta. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS riii'mcd rnust tile Ihe undersigned solicitors by ths day of December, 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them, JACOBSON ith Drive, Dean T. Bone Elda S ftiagtamless 0 Drama. 4TPorknsh, ACROSS 1 Taboo. 4 Ratite. B Tolstoy subject. Came by. 9 Yale man. 10 Marine menses. 11 Run out. 14 Rose man. 19 Apply. 21 Cover, Pentagon hooboo. 24 Macaw, ts Heraldic term, 26 Garbed, IS Colorful flower. 81 "Shrew" Slrl. 32 Moisture, de vie. 34 East! Sp. 35 Seed covaf. 37 German city, 42 Greek gulf. 43 True. 62 Objective. 64 Die. 48 sounds of hesitation. 67 Like an B1 Hockey. omelet, necessity, (Swing: Fr, 52 Reside. 69 Purpose. 52 Business of 72 Gibbon, leasing heavy 73 Second vehicles. century date. 74Submarlns 79 Shade, Bo Vein. 81 Dill. 82 Spill over. 85 a man B7Oar: comb, form. wagon to 69 Poetic eontractfotv, 60 Native] of; tl Vegetable. S6 Bar room. 89 Wallaco character, SO Indites. 91 River Into the Rhone, SZGiocide. 93 Chineso export. 94 Japanese song. 95 Klnu of war, 06 Dry. 97 Old English letter. DOWN 1 Quit with art excuse, 2 Without ethkt. 3 Tchaikovsky opus. 5 Fuse. 6 Wings. 7 Sleeper of fiction. ISBeseh 13 Storehouse. 14 Environs, 15 Kind of cherry. 18 Preposition. 17 Former Prime SSTypt of Minister. residence, 20 Wagner SSCiit 55 CombinlnJ heroine. 40 Overharigl. forms for 23 Ductile, 41 Louis of trillions, 27 Tropical Sree. 42 Plane pilots. !8 Musical 23 Scottish M Gun. Instruments, river. Noun ending. 57 Box score 29 Insect, 11 Dutch headlns, membrane, painter; 63 Son of Odin. 30 Be sorry. 48 Sky animal. 64 Cycladet 32 Burmesa 49 Measure, Island. knife, 50 Irregular 66 Cheer. 36 Contract. 68 put on. Arabian 70 Brother of ghrub, Lynccus. 131 Mongoloid 133 Old Dutch measure. 135 Yellow 136 Golf term, 137 Resort. 71 Australian talking bints. 74 Kind of-joint. 75 capital. 7S gulf. 77 Adjusts. In Sky." 83 Threw out 84 'elaek. SSTrinv CRYPTOGBAMS .J.S7SKB PSOYCHV, OKT-JOSVBXT CTTX HE, JOSEPHVB BSONt, BKZLXLTV, NK, DPT P1SOSVTB KBYY KCH. 2. SWORB BEAWS SAOWR. j P. H. Ojaitrt J. Alphabet wings bouncing numbers aiici edwiHon on populir MUrcn't X, Ecology causing aetfly jilnie4 sad words; bni remember doit fowl? Field Ino 197ft ;