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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATHS HILL Passed away in the city on Friday, September 11, 1970, following a lengthy ill- ness, Edgar, Burk, at the age of 89 years, of 702 llth St. S., beloved husband of Mrs. Jean Alicia Hill. The funeral service will be held on Monday, at 2 p.m. in "Memorial Chapel" 703 13th St. N., with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mounta View Cemetery. Martiji Bros Ltd., Directors of Funeral Se vice. Cl JOCHEM Passed away the city on Thursday, Septei her 10, 1J70 Donna Jean, the age of five monttis, t loved daughter of Mr. and Mr Kenneth A. Jochem of Mi River. Besides her loving p; ents she is also survived two sisters, Marion and Trud and one brothsr, Larry, all home. A grandfather, Warn Jochem of Milk River grandparents Mr. and Mr Alwin Gaits of Coutts, Albert A graveside service will held on Monday at 11 a.m. the Milk River Cemetery, wi Rev. A. T. King officiatin Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors Funeral Service. Cl BENCI Passed away Picture Bulte on Friday, Se tember' 11, 1970, E m i 1 i at the age of 72 year beloved wife of the late M Frank Benci, Sr. of Pictui Butte. Born in Czechoslovak in 1898, the late Mrs. Ben came to Canada hi 1937 to tl Picture Butte district, 1956 Taber, 1968 to Picture But where she has resided until h passing. Survivors include tw sons, Frank V. of Picture But and Loui of Tilly, Alberta; on daughter, Mrs. M. (Rosie) Ba an of Turin; 10 igrandchildre and three great-grandchildren Prayers will be said on Sunda at p.m. in St. Catherine Church, Picture Butte. Re- quiem mass will be celebratec on Monday at 10 a.m. in S Catherine's Church, with Rev Father D. G. Gillies eelebran Interment will follow in Moun Calvary section of Mountai View Cemetery, Lethfaridg Those who wish to pay their re- gpeete at Martin Bros. Chape at 712 3 Avenue South, Phon 328-2361. Martin Bros. Ltd., d rectors of Funeral Service. Clo ROBINSON Harry, Raymond, passed away Lethbridge on Friday, Septem ber 11, 1970, at the age of 8 years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Hannah Robinson Mr. Robinson was born in Lon don Deny, Ireland, Decembe 11, 1887 and migrated to Can ada in 1908 settling in Ontario the next year he moved to A" berta and homesteaded1 at Et zikom. He moved to Raymonc in 1926 and farmed on Milk River Ridge south of town until his retirement in 1960. He was married to Hannah Olsoi in 1924 and who predecease! him in 1962. He was also pre deceased by their oldest son Stewart who died in Englam in 1945 While serving with the RCAF. He is survived by three sons, Gordon, Arthur and Law rence all of Raymond and six daughters Mrs. Howard (Lil- lian) Klippart of Vulcan, Mrs Max (Jeanette) Court of Ray- mond, Mrs. Gordon (Jean! Sanderson of Calgary Mrs. James (LaVon) Gibb of Sail Lake City, Mrs. Joe (LaVere) Fillmore of Othello, Wash, and Miss Donna Robinson of Vul- can; 27 grandchildren. He also leaves to mourn five brothers, Dave at Vancouver, William J. at Lethbridge, Bob at Vulcan, Sam at Etzikom and Andy al Vancouver. Funeral services will be held in the Raymond Third Ward Chapel on Moiv day, September 14, 1970 at 2 p.m., with Bishop Ronald H. Watson officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot in the 'Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. until prior to the services on Monday in the lounge room of the Church. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C153 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate or William John Pratt Hyssop, late of the City of Lelhbridye, In ifio Province of Alberta, Retired, who died on 31st day of August, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must flla with the under- Sflr.ed solicitors by Ihe 13th day of October, A.D. 1970 a full statement of claims and of securities held by (hem. r MOSCOVICH, MOSCOVICH, i Cilver Block, Lefhbrlge, Alberta. (Solicitors for the beneficiary) only nexl-of-kin, DEATH CHIEF CALF Frank Jr., passed away in Cardston on Friday, September 11, 1970, at the age of 14 months, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chief Calf Sr. Left to. mourn his passing besides his parents are two brothers, Richard and Clifford and one sister Betty; his maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cotton and also his paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Fan- Brown Chief Calf. Funeral services will be held in the St. Catherine Catho- lic Church at Standoff on Tues- day, September 15th at 10 a.m., with Father DuHaime as cele- brant. Interment will follow in the Standoff Cemetery. Wake will be teld at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cotton. Chris- tensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C154 FUNERALS WRIGHT Funeral service for Wayne Oliver Wright, Hays resident who died there Sun- day, Sept. 6, 1970, at the age of 29 years, was held at a.m. Thursday, Sept: 10, 1970, in the Roman Catholic Church, Hays, with Rev. Charles Mc- Lellan the'celebrant. Pallbear- ers were Erling Mattson, Eddie Bolen, John Cameron, Ralph Staples, Blake Pearson and Bob Tiltaan. Interment was in the Vauxhall Cemetery. Humphries Funeral Home, Ta- ber, was in charge of the ar- rangements. HARINK Funeral services for J. Harink, who died Sept. 4, 1970, after a brief illness at the age of 85 years, was held Monday afternoon, Sept. 7, 1970, in the Monarch Reformed Church with Rev. Maerman of- ficiating. Rev. King assisted. Pallbearers were grandsons Gordon Bedingfield, John R., Keith, Donald Douglas and James Harink. Interment was in the family, plot in the Mon- arch Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar> rangements. CARDS OF THANKS PAGEL Wish to thank all he doctors, nurses and the many friends for their kind- to my late uncle Fred. Mr. Pagel and Mrs. George W. C140 LEINES Our sincere ap- ireciafion to all those who ex- ended kindness and sympathy a us in the loss of a beloved usband, father and grandfath- r. Thanks to the doctors, urses, orderlies and staff of he Lethbridge Municipal Hos- ital for their warm and patient are. Special thanks to Pastor >choepp and to those who sent memoriam gifts, flowers, cards nd food. Leines and Bill. Geo. and Vi Ens and family Art and Florence Carpenter and family. IN MEMORIAMS KAY Treasured memories of a dear sister and aunt, Stephanie Kay, who passed away September 13, 1965. remembered, ever loved. Sadly missed by Anne, Elmer, Karren, Gordon and Warren. 7133 FORISH In loving mem- ory of a dear father and grand- father, John, who passed away September 13, 1969. You could not say goodbye to us, You could not clasp our hand; But God has taken one we loved To His realms so grand. missed by .his loving daughter Liz and husband John and grandchildren. 7130 FORISH In loving mem- ory of a dear father and grand- father, John, who passed away September 13, 1969. His toil worn hands once busy Are folded now in sleep; And o'er his out-worn body The earth lies cold and deep. But the soul that was his essence, Lives on and we shall see Hun when The Master calls us home For all eternity. remembered by his son John, wife Jean and boys. 7131 FORISH In loving mem- ory of my dad, who left me on September 13, 1969. Gone dear Dad, gone forever, How I miss your smiling face, But you left me to remember, None on earth can take your place. A happy home I once enjoyed, How sweet the memory still, But death has left a loneliness. The world can never fill. loving daughter Ann and son-in-law Gordon. 7134 SATISFIED KITTY Lion cub Tanya has a real satisfied look as she is bottle fed by an airline hostess Christine Sanford before starting a flight to Africa. Tanya is one of five lion cubs shipped to Kenya for use on a movie set. Local laws in Kenya prohibit private ownership of wild animals. Cuts Include Executive Staff Canadair Personnel Reduced IN MEMORIAMS TURIN In loving memory a dear son and brother, Bill Turin, who passed away Sep- ember 12, 1968. Two years today since you passed away. Not just today but We think of you Bill everyday. remembered by your mother, sister Jennie and brother-in-law, Nick Bcdnaruk. 7148 TODD AND NELSON In jving memory of Timmy Todd nd Cheryl Nelson, who passed way September 11, 1959. A little lamb too sweet and pure, Upon the earth to roam; An came And tt .k our dear two children home. remembered b y mom, brothers. Veryl, Ken, Russell, Dsraiis Tcdd. Grand- parents Mr. and Mrs." C. E. Nelson. 7095 JUHASZ In loving mem- ory of our dear wife and moth- er Mary, who passed away Sep- tember 12, 1967. What would we give if we could say We'll go and see our mother today; To see her face, to see her smile To sit and talk with her awhile. But we have lost and God has gained The greatest mother this world contained. remembered by husband Joseph and family. 7136 FORISH In loving mem- ory of a dear father and grand- father, John, who passed away September 13, We never knew that 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 cheerful way, We miss the things he used to say, When happy days we oft' recall, 'Tis then we miss him most of all. remembered, sadly missed by daughter Margaret, husband Bob and granddaughter Debbie. 7132 Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Ottawa Cy Denneny, 78, H> scored 246 goals, in 11 Na- nal Hockey League seasons. Saigon Koang Trung Vinh, prominent Chinese high 100! principal deeply involved Chinese political activity; when struck by four bullets fired by Viet Cong terrorists as he entered his office. Boston Arthur D. Cronin, dean of Boston insurance bro- kers; of a heart attack while at- tending his 80th birthday cele- brations. TURIN In loving memory of a dear husband and grand- father, Bill Turin, who passed away on September 12, 1968. The face I loved is missing, The voice I loved is stilled, A place is vacant in my heart, That never can be filled. Such pain he bore so patiently, For quite a weary while, He kept his sweetness to the end, With a brave and loving smile. And then God took him to Himself, And hushed his heart to sleep, So peaceful was face, his loving It seemed a shame to weep. Take care of him as he takes his rest, For on earth to me he was the best. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Anne, sons Bill, John and Len and grandchildren. 7135 MONTREAL (CP) Exec tives, usually shielded fro widespread personnel cuts, being laid off along with techn cians and laborers by Canadair Ltd. The aircraft company, whic started 1970 with emplo ees, has already dropped men and women, some with 2( years' experience, and will laying off 40 to 50 a week fo the rest of the year. Ian Mclver, an electronic de- signer and installer, is one exey the Transportation and De- elopment Authority of Cal- ary. A large representation of the viation industry in Canada nd the United States is expect- to attend the two days of neetings. Conference officials nticipate that between 500 and 00 delegates will be attend- g. The primary objective of the j conference is to acquaint the usiness community with the mportance that aviation plays the future economy. The conference will deal with ch topics as passenger traf- c. air freight, Arctic aviation d airport design and develop- ent. A number of guest speakers, ill known in aviation circles Canada and the United ates, will also be contribut- ing to the conference. ficials said, repealing an old re- frain. Estimates of the time it would take to write a new constitution were three to five years in 1968. Then they were 10 years and now they are up to 20 years, if then. Thus Mr. Trudeau will pro- pose to the 10 are expected to the constitutional review process be speeded .up by more frequent ministerial meetings and the ad- dition of more manpower. Salorday, S.ptombor JJ, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 27 Diamonds Prized; But Not So Much MONTREAL CP) Who says diamonds are a girl's best friend? Certainly not Gerard Gau- tliier, dapper French gemmol- ogist at the Gabriel Lucas jewelry store in Montreal. "A good saphire is just as exquisite as a he says, "and a nearly perfect emerald can be even nicer." Although diamonds tradi- tionally have been regarded as the acme of previous gems, Mr. Gauthier says many jew- ellers prefer to work with other stones. One that he knows of, for example, prizes opals above all else. In Ihe gold and ivory velvet salon where Mr. Gauthier lec- tures about' jewels to small groups, there were several glass cages of g 1 i s t e n i n g bracelets, necklaces and rings. Few featured only dia- monds. The explanation is simple. Roger Lucas, the firm's de- signer and son of Gabriel, Pattern Cuddle up with this cozy afghan at home, on trips! Gay scrap flowers bloom jrightly all year crochet each medallion quickly while rou watch TV. Before you enow it, you'll have enough, pattern 7184: medallion FIFTY CENTS (coins) for :ach pattern (no stamps, ilease) add 15 cents for each pattern for first class mailing and special handinj THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 0 Front Street West 'oronto 1, Ontario. Let Steve Spisak SHOW YOU THE NEW SUN 740 ELECTRONIC ENGINE For fast diagnosis of Complete Ignition System Carburetor System i Cylinder Condition j Charging System Starting System Coil Condition Condenser Spark Timing Ignition Points i Engine Vacuum Exhaust Emission Cylinder Leakage Cireiut Resistance i Have Your Car Check- ed Before The Winter Driving Season Ahead. ONLY unisn Have Your Car Winterized NOW At UNION 76 MAGRATH SERVICE Mayor Magralh Drive and 4lh AVI. S. Phone 328-9766 STOP IN AND GAS UP FOR FREE GIFTS likes all precious gems. He believes that by putting sap- phires, rubies and diamonds side by side they enhance each other. Mr. Gauthier brought out four pieces of clear glass, one rough and dull and the others representing the various stages of gem cutting. The fourth piece, a replica of a finished gem, sparkled in the light. The skill with which a stone is cut determines its ultimate value. One small crystal may be worth much more than the original from which it was cut if the points, crown and girdle have been placed to bring out the jewel's clarity and color. No two gems are alike. Each diamond, ruby and em- erald has its own characteris- tics and personality, and cus- tomers are usually delighted when they see the flaws and imperfections of their gems revealed under a microscope. "Like a snowflake, every stone is different and a woman lieks to know that her diamond has something, some characteristic, not found in any Mr. Gauthier says. A stone is identified and its basic value assessed by the number and type of inclusions in it. Inclusions may be tiny diamond crystals within the larger diamond, floating glob- ules or gas bubbles. But while these inclusions keep a stone from "perfec- Gauthier said that he has not seen a perfect dia- mond in more than 20 years also help gemmologists to spot synthetic gems. Some stones are obviously fake, but some are so well made that only careful scru- tiny under a high-powered mi- croscope reveals the handi- work. In fact, it may be so difficult to determine whether a stone is real that gemmolo- gists often consult with each other on a final decision. A gemmologist who lakes pride in his work and skill is not insulted if a client takes his stone to another profes- sional for a second opinion, said Mr. Gauthier. In the end, however, it is the tiny inclusions, invisible to the naked eye, which exnosB the origin of the jewel. Char- acteristic inclusions, their shape and location within the crystal, cannot be copied. "They are truly the finger- prints of nature." 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