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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IS 'HE LETHBRIOGE HERAtO Monday, November 16, 17 circles JIOSCOW (AD Uinii 17 was circling the moon today, ami radio astronomers in West Gvnnany said their readings in-{ ieated it was bemg prepared for a soft landing. Tass news agency reported S'unday tiisi the unmanned craft was in circular orbit S3 nnlM above Hie lunar surface, but the announcement made no furtiser mention of the planned mission. When tile moonship launched Tuesday, the Sow! news agency reported it would "carry out furllier exploration of the moon." The observatory director at Boclium, West Germany, Heinz KaminsM, said his scientists have excellent radio contact with Uma IT and that its position was changed several times Sunday night, apparently pointing it toward a landing site, lie said the orbit is similar to that of Luna 16, the first automatic ship to bring back material from the luna' surface. Lima 16 circled 68 miles above the moon for three days before landing Sept. 20. It transmitted pictures to earth while scooping up 3Va ounces of soil, tiler took off the next day and landed in Soviet Kazakhstan Sept. Heavy equipment aids the cleanup of a wrecked DC9 jetliner which claimed 75 m an airline crash. The crash killed all of the Marshall Univer- sity's football Lai m trial undc FORT BENNINO, (Ja. (AP) A jiu-y to try Lieut. William Jalley, charged ift tho alleged Uy Lai massacre, was expected o to completed today, clearing he way lot' the trial to begin Fuesday. The court martial of the Pla., officer, charged irlth the premeditated murder }f 102 Vietnamese civilians, was o have begun today, but was lelayed when only four of 16 jfiicers questioned last week me accepted by lawyers. Under U.S. military law, a ninirmim of five officers, rr way below Callcy's rank, must serve on the court martial board. A two-thirds vole is necessary to convict. The milil.-iry Judge, Col. Reid Kennedy, called a rare Saturday court session in an effort to complete the jury. But the disqualification of 12 officers during days of questioning brought on the delay in the beginning of the trial. COUI.T) BE HANC13D convicled. Calley, 27, could face death by hanging or We imprisonment if Uie jury so decrees. Listed as possible witnesses are 79 persons. Tho army prosecutor, Capt. Aubrey Danfel 111, has said the trial may last a month. At Fort Hood, Tex., defence testimony was to begin today SB the martial of S. Sgt David Mitchell, first American soldier to be tried in the My Lai incident. Proceedings have been fa recess since Oct. 22 because of the illness of Mitchell's lawyer, Ossie Brown. Prosecution testimony ended Oct. 20 with none of the three witnesses called saying they actually saw Mitchell shoot any Vietnamese Chilians. Births, Deal Cards Of In Men DEATHS .Margaret Jane, cf HilU'vcit, passvtt away in Calgary on Friday. November 13. 1S7U. at age years. Funeral services "'ill be held in Y a n t i n's Dlainnore Funeral Chapel on Wi-diiesday, Novciu-tn'i' in. HOT ai '2 MI p.m.. with HIT Bob S'niith officiating. Interment to follow in the family plot. Ilillcrest Cemetery. Fan-iiii Chapels Ltd.. is in charge. CH77 ot Blair-more, passed away in Ihe Crou-siU'St Pass Hospital on Saturday, November 14, 1970. it friends and relatives who visited me, sent cards and flowers, while I was a patient in the Municipal Hospital, My thanks to ms' doctor, nurses and staff. Special thanks to my niece Laureen Piekema. Helen Covle X1743 IN MEMORIAM MERYYN Loving memory of Gladys Bvangeline, who passed away November H, H67. A thought, a prayer, a secret tear, Then a silent wish that you were here. loved and dearly missed by daughter Gladys, Gordon and family, Leader Notley wins nomination HYCHOFT (CP) Grant Notley, provincial New Democratic Party leader, has been nominated to contest the Spirit River Fairview riding in the next Alberta election. Mr. Nol-ley was unopposed at a nomination meeting. FUNERAL TEVKE Funeral service tor Herat Teyfee. beloved husband of Mrs, Lilly Teyke of Sbaughnessy who died in the rity Thursday, Nov. K, 3870, ate a Jong illness at the age of S7 years, was held at p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14, 1970, fc ibe "Memorial Chapel." 703 IStJi St. N., with Rev. Walter Schoepp officiating. Pallbear-ars were Herb Oberlander, Bob Span, Alfred Brail, Russell Findlev, Sigfrid Starzik and Edmund Witzke. He is survived by his wife, three sons. Harold, Freddie and Roy and ana daughter Eita, all at home; five sisters and one brother, Kurt, and his mother Mrs. Anna (Timm) Teyke, all !n Germany, He was predeceased 'by his father, Brita Karl August Teyke, IB Germany in 1945, Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Wrectors ol Pimara] Service, was in charge si His NOVEMBER IS, Andy sends a complete 20-rolume set of t h n World Book Encyclopedia to Michael Gardner, age 12, o! Phoenix, Arizona, for his question: What sort of animal Is a tarsier? The tarsier looks somewhat like a monkey-type squirrel with some special features of his own. He does not qualify for the squirrel clan. But he is distantly related to the lemurs, who are distantly related to the monlceys. However, his features are so unique that he is classified all by himself in the Family Tarajaijae. He is named for the extra-long tarsal bones of his wrists and ankles. Scientists fated him as a rare animal until zoos began offering rewards. Then many specimens were captured in the jungles of Sumatra, Borneo and the Philippines. Up-to-date zoos have s section where the display rooms are lit with dim red lights. Ths occupants are nocturnal DEATHS By THE CANADIAN PRESS Salt Lake City, Utah -Emma Ray Riggs McKay, 93, widow of the late Band 0. McKay, president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Bay Saints Athens Constantin Tsaldarls, 85, former prims minister of Greece. Hippolyie D u c a s, 89, France's oldest member of parliament. Tsuneji Matsudo, 74, president of Toyo Kogyo Co., Japan's third largest auto maker, apparently of lung cancer, Vancouver William E. (Spike) Hennessy, BO, once A Canadian lacrosse star. Montreal Albert Hive, n, Canadias ambassador to Ireland from 1955 to 196-1, St. Catharines, Out William B. C. Burgoyne, 49, president aod publisher of the St. Catharines Standard and s director of The Canadian Press, apparently of a heart whose eyes mistake red light for the darkness of night. One of them is the mrry, acrobatic little tarsier. He sleeps in normal daylight, during human visiting hours. But when bis room is darkened and lit only with dim red light, he wakes up and performs his usual nighttime activities. He is an attractive little creature and bis acrobatic feats are amazing. The larsier's round furry body is about five inches long, plus a skinny ten-inch tail with a tufted tip. He has large, leafy ears and his funny b'ttle monkey face is dominate! by an enormous pair of goggle eyes, at night, Ms big, hazy eyes are almost filled with open pupils but during daylight the pupils contract to the size of pinpoints. His face Is remarkable and so are his long skinny legs. He has five extra-long fingers on each hand and five extra-long toss on each foot. The tips of bis fingers and toes spread out wide and the undersides are padded with slightly adhesive disks. These nre the secret of his acrobatic feats. The little terster lives his entire life in jungle trees. At night he comes out to hunt and, since tnost of his food is alive, the little fellow has to be very spry to catch his supper. His padded paws make it easy for lam to cling to boughs and small branches. But he likes to investigate the possibilities in other trees. He does this by taking enormous 16-foot leaps through the ail'. Considering his five-inch body, this is indeed ail acrobatic feat. If you could duplicate it, you could ieap from a bough for A distance to -10 limes your height and land safely ou another tree. The little tarsicr's long legs ars built to shove him off to a good start. He arrives vertically on 5.11 taws and his 8) little padded fingers am toes cushion his landing. His menu includes grasshoppers mid other insects. When he captures a victim, he closes his huge eyes white lie daintily skins it and pops it into his mouth. Tarsiers also dine on frogs and lizards, small birds and occasional helpings of fruit, During the day. '.lie tarsier's greyish-brovro fur makes h i m almost invisible snd ho, is so small that even Ms nightly activities are hard to detect, Little is known about his childhood or family life. Scientists, however, ?trc very interested in 'the .special fcature.s that make him unique. Tliey suspect that tho tarsia' may Ixj a surviving litvk liclween monkeys and their reunite an. ccslors, Questions asKo! by of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Amly, SEAHCH CHICAGO (AP) Sheriffs deputies searching spectators at weekend court sessions in the criminal courts building confiscated 200 knives and 20 cans of disabling chemical spray Sunday, police reported. Since a courtroom Shootout recently in which a prisoner was killed, deputies have been ordered, to search everyone entering a courtroom. are extended lo the new BANK OF MONTREAL on llh eh' opening We are proud to have been chosen as fhe masonry contractors. OTTO FRITZ MASONRY 714 ISth ST. 'A1 N. PHONE PUBLIC NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS UONEL WYMAM Mi of rhs Tows af Butts, In the Province c? who dlsd on ihs 12fh day tft 1970, TAKE N0TICB ihai- all pfifsatis ttaSms ypon ihe c? the abovs named must' ills with the undermsn-Jlotveo Solicitors by ihs iSh day of December A.D, full statement of Ihetr and cf sscurHiss hsitJ 5y them. HUCKVALg, WHDi op to relieve eon P1NCHEK CREEK (Special) Council recently decided Kettles St. from the post office corner east to tho highway will be R through street to help relieve the traffic on Main St.k The fence for the historical society grounds will be erected, doesn't want to pay a flat rate to the dogcatcher. Council accepted the release and discharge by Mr. and Mrs, Gaston Rigaux pertaining to Ihe breakage of the sewer system. Water be made avail-able to the property vn question and the usual water rates will be charged. L, Silbernagel bid tor the old ambulance, Tho hid was ac-Cabinet conin at Coaldale j> located proximo feli' o? s mi's East of VaujfhauUj and contain approximately 30 seres, -if which 60 seres .srft under cultivation. Thsro H an prooerSy. Benders iri 'Seated fe.C, 05320 accompanied by a marked or cash for loci of 'the amount nf in fhs Hards .T? tM cicrK or !hft oiicrsnift -Co'jrf Howe, C'jJaarw by U, o'c'eck -uwn, Tuesday, 3lh day cf Dscern-Thg balance purchase srke be fnl2 tcurf 10 sMer acceptance s? tender. If fie si'c-cess'ul tenderer dcss not compkfg Ihe der, 'ftia'dsposlf TV fiovcsrnnient officials bailed tho election tis proof that democracy exists in Critics the balloting WHS designed to provide a democratic veneer for the government: Medici was picked by the military lo be presitlnnt Ujst year and then confirmed ty Wisties and Congratulations to the BANK OF MONTREAL lETHBRIDGB'S FIRST DRIVE-IN BANK Plumbing supplied by J REIVI PLUMBING LTD. 2022 2nd AVE. N. PHONE to meet joy ember 26 cabinet committee meeting will act be a public gather-tag, but it will hear briefs by individuals or groups by ap-Advance notice of representations are to be directed to Douglas Miller, Taber-Warner MJLA Box