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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta rcIJay, S.pt.mb.r 15, 197J THE U1HMIDGE HERALD 73 1 i DEATHS NELSON Passed away In :lie city on Tuesday, September 12, 1972, Mr. Eric Nelson at llio age ol 01 years, beloved husband Mrs. Charlotte Nelson of 116 19th St. N. The [u-nera] service will be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 J3 SI. N., with Eev. A. T. King officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN DUOS. LTD., Directors ol Funeral Service. irtns, oDeah Of DEATH Frank, passed away in Hagralh on Thursday, Septem-xr 14, 1972 atthe age of 80 years, >elovcd husband of Mrs. Jennet 'ard of Magralli. Mr. Card was torn in Logan, Utah In 1892, on of Charles Ora Card and arah Jane Painter Cord. He ccelved his early education here. He married Olive fcfella Yheeler on April 27, 1910. They had one daughter, Olive. He mamed Jennet Darling on November 3, 1917 and they came o Canada in 1919, where he armed until retiring 10 years ago. He leaves to mourn his passing his loving wife, Jennet; one daughter, Mrs. Olive Gruningec of Magrath-, two 1 r a 7i d sons two granddaugh-ers, 10 groat grandchildren; one brother, Charles Card In Jtah and two hall-siilers in Salt Lake City. Funeral services will be held at the graveside in the Magrath Cemetery on Saturday, September 16th at 10 a.m., with Bishop U. Mark Dahl officiating. CHRISTEN-SEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. saucer see mystery s SYDNEY, Australia (Router) More than 300 hopeful flying saucer many of them In pyjamas and dressing gowns turned out at dawn today to watch a mysterious shimmering spot In the sky. The spot appears precisely at each momuig. It has turned the small town of Taree, about 200 miles northwest of Sydney, Into one ol Australia's top tourist attractions. Eyewitness reports describe the object as red on tho bottom and while on tho top. In Ihe absence of any official explanation it Is being called an unidentified flying object. with pot in sky noculars say U has a distinct cigar shape. The spot reappeared on schedule today as a ON BOTTOM The bntfish apparently on the bottom instead of nrlm-ming through water. GARAGE BUILDING, C E M E U T wcrk and ituccolng. Anderson and SoramMi 1020 im Ave. S. PhNW j O'W CARDS OF THANKS SIlflEEVE I wish lo thank he doctor, the nurses and nurses aides on third main, St. lichael's Hospital, and to those who sent flowers, cards and ills, and assisted in any way uring my stay in hospilal. It was greatly appreciated. Shrecve. 9045 PECK We wish to thank all ur friends who called at our lome and made our 60th Wed-irg Anniversary a wonderful day for us; also all those who sent flowers and cards and jrought gifts. A special thanks o Mitz, Vivian and Kaye lor bet help also (o our son, Raymond, for his Ihoughtfulness. Cona and Tom Peck. 1 morictms IN MEMORIAM KOHSAN In loving memory of a dear husband, father, jrandfather and great grand, 'ather, Oscar Korsan, who passed away September 15, 1962. It matters not what day or year, There is still a memory, still s tear, Memories don't fade, they just go deep, For the one we loved and could not keep. loved and sadly missed by your loving wile, Martha. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG' (NO, PHONE JONES ROOFING, 323-3743, CARPENTRY WORK, REMODEL-Inpi repairing, etc. Town or country. E and L Construction. PflOnf J2B-2077 or 338-3137. ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, girtge, kitchens. cablnelSj balh-rwmJi Ilia. Town or cgun-fry. Pnona David Slade who stood with his wife and chll-rfc-eu among the crowd of skv watchers said: "I think It's a spacecraft." The UFO has been appearing and hovering over Taree every morning for Ihe last three weeks. An air force spokesman has ruled out the possibility that It is a weather balloon or an earth satellile. Dr. Harley Wood, a government astronomer, said he can't explain the mystery. "If trie object keeps appearing and no explanation for it is forthcoming. I will Investigate it he PUBLIC TENDERS PROPERTY FOR. SALE TOWH OF COALDALE Tenders will be received until 3 p.m, Monday, September 3Jlh, 1977, (or following 10 vacant lots: LoU 18-35 Inclusive and Lot 31 In BJQck 1, Plan Coaldale B37L.K. 25 n. of Lol 10 and 33 fool La noway U lock 1, Plan Cwl-dali 7SSi G.V. Land use for Lots 20, 21, and 74 ihan be ml -detached housing units under the ass Wed name ownership plan. Each lot shall be. tendered separably. Termi: Cash, lo% Deposit ihill a company lender. Conslrucllon mUil commence wllhln oro year o) purchase. Highest or eny lender necessarily accepted. OF COALDALE, BOX triumph for Brandt BONN (AP) West Germany and Poland decided today to establish full diplomatic relations effective immediately. The announcement, coming at the end of two-day talks among West German leadc-rs and Polish Foreign Minister Stefan Olszowski, provided a riumph for Chancellor Willy Brandt's peace efforts toward :he Communist East. "Both governments have decided lo establish diplomatic relations, to open embassies in Bonn and Warsaw on this day and lo name representatives with the rank of ambassadors hi the Immediate Ihe announcement Passed away in the Carmangay Hospital on Wednesday, September 13, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Raymond Henry Crow at the age of 62 years, beloved husband M.-s. Mary Crow ol Barons. The funeral servfcc will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Barons United Church, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the Clarcsnolm Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the Unilet Clnrrch In Barons from 1 p.m. on Saturday until just prior to the service. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funera Service. C5302 DEAN Passed away at Ta her on Wednesday, September IS, 1972, Luvella, of Grassy Lake, et Ihe age of 56 years Prayers will be said in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber; on Friday, September 15 at p.m. Funeral services %viU be conducted from the Assumption Roman Calh olic Church, Grassy Lake oj Saturday, September 10 at i: a.m., Rev. Father Donak O'Dwyer celebrant, Intermen will follow In Grassy Lake Com etery. HUMPHRIES FUNER AL HOME LTD., Taber, in charge of arrangements. C4301 JENSEN Eldon, passed away in Raymond on Wednes day, September 13, 1072, nt the age of BO years, beloved bus band of the late Mary Jane Jensen, who away in Funeral services will be held Saturday, September If 1972, at 1 p.m. in the Magrat: LDS Chapel, with Bishop L. B Tanner officiating. Intermen will follow In the Magralli Ccm etcry. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon until prior to th service in the church. Ttie fam ily arc sympathetic to the As sociation lor the Mentally Retarded. CHRISTENSEN SALJI ON FUNERAL HOME LTD Directors of Funeral Service. army chief BELFAST (AP) British troops rammed a hijacked car Thursday night and captured an Irish Republican Army chief who escaped from a prison ship eight months ago. Meanwhile, terrorists set off a bomb in a car parked outside a hotel In a Roman Catholic district of Belfast, killing a man driving by In another car and injuring 4 persons In the holel. It was the first fatality from a guerrilla bomb in two weeks and raised Northern Ireland's confirmed toll In three years of violence lo 557 344 of them In this year alone. CAR RAMMED Jim Bryson, regarded by army officers as the second most-wanted man In Ulster, was grabbed with five other IRA men after an army armored personnel carrier rammed their car In a Catholic district of Belfast. Bryson got out and ran down an alley, firing at pursuing troops. He ran into another patrol, and a soldier tackled him. One of Bryson's companions was shot trying lo escape. He managed to make it to a house, but left B bloody trail that the soldiers followed. They captured him. Another gunman was found hiding in a bathroom. Bryson was a battalion commander of the IRA's Provisional wing in Belfast and Is known as a sharpshooter. He has been on the run since late Jap'iary when he and sx other guerillas sawed through the iron bars on the porthole on the prison ship MaMstone, stripped lo their underpants, smeared themselves with shoe polish and butter and swam through the icy waters of Belfast harbor to 7326 Be lirsl on the scene wil this quick-to-knit jacket. You'll feel comfortable In th! easy-to-wear knit. Use 2 strand knitting worsted together, mak in jiffy time. Pattern misses' sizes 10-18 included. D rcctlons. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS TOWN OF BOW ISLAND INVITATION TO TENDER Sealed fenders will la received by tfce Town ol Bow island, Up lo P.M. M.DS.T. September 25, 1972 for the supply of' a half Ton elf fcal Ions as lollops: New 1972 or 1973 4 wheel drive Ton Truck C.V.W. Rating 6 cyl or V-B Heater Anil Freeie Amp and Oil gauges H-D, Front and Hear Shocks i.JOxia ply tires Grfps (Tube Type) pound rronl Springs. Dual West Coast Mirrors Colon Highway MEMORIAMS DIBBLE 111 loving memory o[ Hichard (Dick) Dibble who Kissed away suddenly Sept. 15, 19S7. His memory Is still as dear today As the hour he passed SIZES INDULGE yourself In a Iress that's pretty, quick, Bright and right lo wear my .line! Side detail creates a more slimming line. Send! Printed Pattern 4677: NEW Half Sizes WA, 12 14, HIS, Size 1414 (bust 37) lakes ITs yards 54-inch. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (TSc) in coins (no stamps, please) for each pattern add 15 for each pattern for first-clan mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, Be a fashion winner! See 100 easy, fascinating styles choose one pattern free In all new Fall-Winter Catalog. TSfl INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, fit, sew modern way. INSTANT FASHION BOOK what-to-wear answers. ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronu Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, YOUR NAME AND AD-DRfiSS, and the name of tho Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herald. FREE Spring Fashion Offer Choose one pattern free from new Spring Summer Catalog. All sizes! Send 50c INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, lit, modern way. NSTANT FASHION BOOK what-l> wear answers. The Town reserves trw right to any all Tenders. V. O. Foss Munltfpal Secretary Town o! Bow island P.O. Box 100, Bow Island, Albert I OF THANKS MACHACEK We wish to express our deepest appreciation and sincere thanks to our relatives, friends and neigh bors for their kindness and sym paUiy showa us at the loss of our beloved daughter and sister Linda Aim. Their Oioughiful ness in gilts of flowers, Mass cards, sympathy cards, food ant visits were deeply appreciated A special thank you to Father Vornbrock, Father Lynn, Mar tin Bros. Funeral Home, the pallbearers, Mrs. Gleason, Oio altar boys and choir. Thanks also lo the Kneehill Volunteer Ambulance, Sisters Anne Marie and Ursula, the doctor and tho staff at Three West, Calgary General for their special care of our loved one and our family. Thanks also to the St. Mary's Altar Society Ladies Auxiliary, Gaidei Prairie Women's Club and Is Barons Brownie Pack [or serv ing lunch, A special thank you to Ibe Art Secretan family fo their donation of Disney's Booki of Knoivedge to tlie Barons School Library in memory o our Linda Ann. Your exprcs sions of sympathy helped ua In our bereavement and will al ways be remembered. and Mrs. Frank Mach-acck, Shirley, Dennis, Jerry and Larry. wife Elspeth, step-chDdren Waller and Muriel of Vancouver, Alice and Fay of Lethbridge. MYERS In loving memory of my dear husband, Reg Myers, who passed away September 15, 1971. Day by day I miss him more, As I go through alone. He was my soul's companion, His life linked with my own. His weary hours and days ol pain, And troubled nights are past. But the broken heart he left behind, Knows he has found peace at last. remembered b y Kit. 9047 MYERS In loving memory of a dear dad and papa, Reg Myers, who passed away September 15, 1971. The joys we shared together Are the memories we hold dear, The happiness you gave us Keeps you ever near. Dad, you never really left us, Nor liave you travelled far. Just entered in God's garden, And left the gale ajar. Our family chain has broken, And nothing seems the same, But as God calls us one by one, The chain will link again. remembered and sadly missed by Dorcen and Ken, Marley and Bert, Pat and Darrel and grandchildren. THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice Is hereby given thai Ihe undersigned Intends lo apply o The Alberta Liquor Conlrol Board Tor a licence lo sell beer, vrlna and liquor by the glass for consumption only on the licensed portion of premises In Accordance wllrt the provisions of Liquor Licensing Ac.1 and the made, with to 1ha loll owing described prem-WILLIAM THEISSING BARONS HOTEL BARON5 HOTEL, ALBERTA Lot 32, 31, 34 Block 3 Plan No. 2MiX Objection! fo this application me da forthwith lo The Alocrla Liquor Control Board, Edmonlon. Dated at Afttfrft, this aih tfay of August, 1977. WILLIAM THEISSING oil spill feared PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP) -Two freighters collided ,in the Atlantic, loosing a major oi spill that threatened the North Carolina coast today only 10 miles from the pristine beaches of the Cape Hatteras Nationa Seashore. One man was missing and believed dead in (he engine room of the bulk carrier Republic de Colombia, rammed amid ships late Thursday by the American freighter Trans-Hawaii. During the night, the coas guard reported a large oil slic! surrounding the two vessels and classified the spill as "ma jor." The master of the Trans Hawaii told the coast guard th Colombian vessel was carryin gallons of fuel RAYMOND SCHOOL ADDITION ALTERATIONS RAYMOND, ALBERTA TENDER CALL Sealed tenders will ta received by ttie Undersigned at the office ol IN County of Warner Mo. S, until Tuesday, October 3, 1977, not later than A.M. for addillon and to: Structure Only Raymond School Raymond, General contractors may obi a In plans speclllcallons from Belon Eng Limited. Designers and Engl neers, Box 7S5 Lelbbrldge, Alberfa Plaru may be obtained upon a deposit erf 110.00. TJifa sum wilt be refunded provided lhat all documents are re turned in good condition not Cater than days elosTrfg dale of tender. A certified cheque or bid bond In mount cf len per cent money order. Add 15 cen for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handlin to Alice Brooks, Needlecra Dept., Address. Print plain! ADDBESS. Print plainly PATTERN NU1 BER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, CREATURE The largest species of arma rlillo measures three feet, not counting its tail, and weighs nearly 100 pounds. QUAKES Bulgaria has not recorded an earthquakes within its Jennings wants to sell his house. ic rlrkincr all tenders. The succeiiM contractor mutt fur nlsh a Performance Qond In Ihe mount cf fitly per cent (SOW of Tenders for mechanical, plumbing and other trades will Lx called by lha owner. Mr. K. Duncan County of Warner 5 Warner, CANADA TENDER Prairie Farm RefiabllilaHon Admlnlslrallon TENDERS FOR WATERMAlN AND DOMESTIC; SEWER CONSTRUCTION Sealed lenderi will be received by ttie undersigned unfil p.m., Iccal Realna lime, on Oclobwr 3, 1973. for Additions ftnd Improvements lo Watw, Sewer and Dralnago Syjfems, Brandon, Manlloba, Conlracl i Wslermsln and Domcsllc Ccn- ilrucllon. The slit of the work !i loctltd In thfl City of Brancfon, Mani- toba. TUB wwV eoflslifs of supply of all materials for arvd Ihe Jnslalla- tlon Bpproxlmalely 25.000 oT Iff' and 12" wartr- malns and associated work, and of 11" and 1J" sewer malni and work, Iha plan' dnd ipedfkalloni may be viewed In Ihe Winnipeg, Brandon, Sajfcafoco and Ihe local Builders' Exchange or ConUruc- tlon As social Ion, Plans, specifications, Instructions and forms for bidding may obtained from Ihe understand at I.K In Reg'ns, Saskatchewan! upon fhe dc- pmll cf hvenly-nve dollars (115.001 cash tf a cerlified chequa (or Ihe payable to Receiver Gen- era! of Canada, wtileh deposit be uwxi rcttrn of the elans and apcclficalloni In gocd order wit hi ore month alter rentiers have Tenderi will net bo considered unless mads on Ihe forms supplied, and In accordance with Instruction! wllh (he dirs r.-.uif accompanied by securUy In Cic B mount form specified In Iho Instructions. The lov.csl or any lender not accepted. By Order: W. B. Thomson Chief Engineer, PFRA J01 Building Percy Jennings of Madison Avenue doesn't have For Safe sign on his lawn. During the past week a lot of people drove down his street looking for houses in the neighbourhood. But none of them called Percy's agent because they didn't know Percy's house was for sate, Percy doesn't know that many people check a neighbourhood over before they look at specific houses. So if you're serious about selling, ask for a lawn sfqn. It works. VVe know because ours does. Moreover, our sign is made with highly reflective material, so it's much more visible at night than an ordinary sign. h rt fff A4 3M COMPANY Call Line Coward Sales Manager 622 Third Ave. S., 327-8581 Do it right! Canada Trust FOR SALE ;