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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THI LETHMIDGE HSKAIB W.dntidoy, Cfctobir 11, I Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams BIRTH IN MEMORIAM Mt.N'ABB Harold and Mar ianne ilcNabb arc happy to an-! nounce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Christine Ma- rie, at Municipal Hospital on the ]9th of October, 1970. Weight 5 Ibs. 12% ozs. Mother and daugh- ter both well. 8831 Young Lords 'Demand Inquiry Football Star NEW YORK (AP) The; Roldan's body was taken U) a Young Lwds, the mi lit an tj funeral parlor Monday after a Puerto Rican organization, have j march bv some m CARDS OF THANKS CLAY The family of the late Mrs. Hazel Clay wish to express their sincere thanks to the pallbearers, neighbors and the many friends in apprecia- tion of their sympathy of floral tributes, cards and food and oth- er acts of kindness shown to them on the loss of their mother and grandmother. Spe- cial thanks to the doctor and nurses of the Municipal Hospi- tal, also the Ladies of the Orange Lodge and the Rev. Hanklnson for his kindly and numerous services rendered. Clay, Donald, Gla- dys and family, Ralph, Hel- en, and family, Art, Evelyn and family, Robert. Terry and family. 8804 I'LAUSTEINER We wish to express our sincere thanks to the pallbearers, neighbors and j friends in appreciation of their! sympathy, floral tributes, cards. food and other acts of kindness shown on the loss of our dear husband and father, John Plau- steiner. Special thanks also to Slovenska Sknpina, C a t h o lie Women's League, Father de- Billy and Martin Bros. Funeral Home, for their outstanding kindness. Plausteiner and familv WILLS In loving memory of Blair Wills, who passed away suddenly October 21, 1968. A certain smile, a certain face, A certain someone none can replace, Wishing today as we have wished before, That God would have spared you many years more. remembered and sadly missed by his dad and mom, Shelby, Darcy and Cecilie: Sharon. Orval and family; Maureen, Robert and family; Louise, Len and family Bruce, Priscilla and family. 8803 Look Who's In LBJ's Bedroom I NEW YORK (R e u t e r) IK! AicurMM A u R i c h a r d 'Nbton visited then IN MEMORIAM iPresident Johnson in his CROW EAGLE In loving memory of Theresa, who passed away October 21, 1969. Two dear bright eyes, a tender bedroom in 1966 and expressed his. strong agreement with Johnson's Vietnam policy, Lady Bird Johnson says in her newly published memoirs. A loving heart that knew her book, A White HOUSP Mrs. Johnson said "one Deep trust in God that about our life, you can was tell whom you'll find in Her joy to make some bedroom. This who should be sit- ]f sick and suffering one there but Richard Nixon." Mostly they talked Some gentle act or love the international situa- especially Vietnam, where No thought of self but of Mr. Nixon is, generally, "the support of Mrs I know He said, "Well wrote. deai- mother.1' Lovingly remembered by her children (Nixon) said that opponents say we are risking World War III in Vietnam, that we are Peter, Hugh, Dave, Agnes, Clara, Beatrice, Brid war with China in Vietnam, but that is not so: we ar? grandchildren and a big war." Mrs. Johnson said she had a 8832 feeling of "pride and after the president's 1964 Gulf PUBLIC statement which announced escalation of the Viet- war. ST. MARY the war in 1965. IRRIGATION Johnson said "I TENDER FOR GRAVEL HAUL 1 can't get out. I can't finish Tenders will be received by Ihe un- with what I have got. So dersigned until 12 o'clock noon Nov. 4, 1970, for the loading and hauling of approximately yds. of hell, can I .do'" canal from the 40 mile siphon to Fly reservoir. Further information may be obtain- J-I i f td i from me Bow Island office. LsdlKICUl Tenders to be submitted on a cubic yard The lowest or any tender not neces- 7 larily accepted. If J. C. Crosthwaite, fj V J Superintendent, J P.O. Box ing to leave an Bast Harlem church they have occupied if the city, agrees. The Lords, some of them armed with shotguns, moved into'the First Spanish Methodist Church Sunday and stood guard over a coffin containing the i body of Julio Roldan, 34, a; Lords member, who police said j was found hanged ill his cell at j the Tombs jail. i Charging that Roldan had been murdered, the Puerto Rican group .seized his body the previous day. Authorities say. Roldan apparently committed suicide. While the Lords continued their occupation of the church, they received support from cler- gymen, including the church's pastor, in their call for an in- vestigation of the jails. Lnxzi Turns' To Politics CALGARY (CP) Don Luz- zi, former Western Football Conference star with Calgary i Stampeders, said Tuesday he will seek the Social Credit party nomination in the new constitu- ency of Calgary-Buffalo. Charges Dropped Against. Seale CHICAGO (AP) Charges that Bobby G. Seale, chairman of the Black Panther party, crossed slate lines to incite riot during the 1968 Democratic na- tional convention have been dropped. Judge Julius Hoffman of U.S. district court dismissed both a conspiracy charge and an indi- vidual charge against Scale Monday at the request of Wil- sevcn other men, but his case was severed by Judge Hoffman after Seale had repeatedly dis- rupted the trial. The judge sent- enced him to four years in jail for contempt of court as a re- i suit of the outbursts. Mr. Luzzi, 35, was the most i liam J. Bauer, U.S. attorney. 1 outstanding lineman in the Ca-j Bauer told Hoffman: "It is j nadian Football League in 1958 thought lhal it wou'd :-ap- propriate to try Seale alone." Seale, 33, went on trial with and played wilh Calgary until I last Ban Pesticides TOKYO (Router) The agri- culture and forestry minis.try announced here it will ban the use of pesticides such as DDT aldrin, dieklrin and en- drin to prevent pollution. Grant Asylum To Dancers ATHENS (Renter) Greek security authorities panted po- litical asylum recently .1 o tlu-ee Romanian members of the Bucharest state opera ballet company, authoritative sources said. Ballerina Natalia Bre- descu, chorus girl Marina Plitos and pianist Leo Manole stayed behind in Greece when the rest ef the company flew home Fri- I day. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF ELMER EMIL i DSGLOW, late of the Town of Ma- i oralh, in the Province of Alberta, who died on Ihe Isl day of August, A.O. 1970. TAKE NOTICE lhat all persons hav- ing claims upon Ihe estate of the above named must file wilh the undersigned Solicitors by Ihe 20th day of Novem- ber A.D. 1970, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 301 Canada Trust Building Lethbrlrige, Alberta Solicitors for Ihe Admlnistra.'or. 050 NOTICE TO CREDITORS i AND CLAIMANTS In the Estale of JOHN DOUGLAS i RLENKER HASSETT, laie of >he city of Lethbridge, in Ihe Province of Al- berta, who died on the 3rd day of July, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE thai all persons hav- ing claims upon the Estale ol the above named must file with the undersigned I by the 26th day of November, A.D. 1970, full statement of thoir claims and of securities held by DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Ml Canada Trust Building Lethbridfje, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executrix. invasion Dick Williams, skipper of the Victoria troller rear cabin door and shouted over the engine noises: "There goes thirty tons of Canada right up the flue. That stuff is as much a part of Canada as the fanners' wheat in Sas- katchewan and just as val- uable.1' Williams was talking to a CTV camera crew, sailing with him -n international waters, about 25 miles off the coast of Vancouver Island. They had just filmed the Soviet stern trawler or dragger "Pechcnka" hauling a netful of hake up the ramp and into ihe hold for freezing and canning. On Sunday October 25. p.m. on Channel Ki the CTV Television Network will present The Foreign Fishing Invasion: A Special Report thai explores the dimensions of the Soviet operation off the West Coast and its impact on the Canadian fishing industry. (W5 wil! he pre-empted on this occasion.) To Meet Schreyer SOVIK'IS JOIN ICAO MONTREAL