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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 75 CONTRACTS WET BASEMENTS? CALL SOUTHERN I Centre re Service. Phcne DIE J745. C6J3 8A ALUMINUM WINDOWS DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG ING, PHONE JONES ROOFING, 329- C1734 If nZJc'tf llt.if CONCRETE WORK FENCES garages. Guaranteed work. rnales. Phone 316- 7IDS. SiJI-rf GARAGE BUILOIIiG CEMENT v.ork and iluctolng Anchrscn and ioicnKri CofiilrueNon, 71 li Ave 5 Plipne C7377 H FREE ESTIMATES On recrolicn rooms, belli rwmi cr any lype of fcildenlial re medelllng. You are under no cliliga IUMBER Co. Lid. Cor 2nd Ave. rird 13rh S> S. Plione 31S CrorfJ Icinuriamli DEATHS FUNERAL S1RAY Passed away in CA.MKKON Funeral SLT- Lellifii'idge on W c tl n e s d a y, vice for Duncan who April 5, 1972. Mrs. Barbara Si- ray, at the age of 70 years, of (lie Edith Cavcll Nursing 'j Home, formerly of Slinuyli- inessy, holovcd wife of the late Mr. Andrew Siray. Funeral ar- be announced died Mnrcli 3D, 1072, was liclil at p.m. Tuesday, April 4, 1972. in Kdcn's Funeral Home, I'inchcr (.'reck, witli llev. K. Jordan Pallbearers were Dullfi Allison. i 1 I i a m Crooh, Vcrn and Dale Dennis, w li e n completed. MAin'IN .lames and Bill Simpson. Inler- 1 DUOS. LTD., Directors of I''u- mimt was In the F.-.irvicw Ccm- ncral Serviee. BOX NUMBERS ti, 45, as. et. PUBLIC NOTICES IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MACLEOD C1198 j ciery. Kdcn's Funeral Home I l.lcl., Directors of Knnural Scr- i vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. li the Eitere t-l HENRY SHARP- LtS, lale of Uaresholrn, AitcMa, who iitd DT Ihf 101h day Jinuary, 1973. TAKE NOTICE lhal .ill persons hav- claimi uptn the t-lare c in every country is i breakfast years ago for fuelling h i i; h e r lhan among iv- a s'k e d to make information eight hours of hack-breaking I smokers. been given a distinguished pro- major .physical labor. Tlic high regularly. amounts of cholesterol from; regular medical nar al the City llon- of New York, Drook'lyn College. "I'll he teaching graduates and undergraduates and a seini- CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TENDERS RENTAl OF EQUIPMENT TO LOAD AND HAUL GRAVEL FROM STOCKPILE Sealed clearly marked co Ihe erwfcic-w ai lo coritenls, v.ill be n! the Olfirre erf Ihe Purchasing Agenl, 260 Jth, S'retl Nofth, Leli-t'idtjc, until 3'.00 p.rr, f.'. T WOritlAY. APRIL 17, 1971 (or Hi; c-auiprrer.t 1o load Ar.d haul (rcm This year, Canadians arc being hy a new postage slainn thai "Your these foods were used up. checks. on opera and performing p.m. at St. Peter's l.ulhcr- an Church, Medicine Hat, Rev. Duck assisted by Hcv. S. Iiilermunl in Hillside Cemetery, Mcdic'ne j Hat. In lieu of f Loners, if dc- i sii-ed, Venations lo the Heart Box 1033. Medicine Hat, Albma. An-angcmcnla by PAT- TISON HOME, I hearl is your health.11 Just a prayer from those who j ]Jul Canadians are weak about applying lhe knowledge they already have, said Dr. Armstrong. They develop had often based on oul- loved you Jusl a memory fond and true. In my hear! you will live forever Because I thought the world of ymi. Ever remembered by a lov- inp wife and garet. sisler. Mar- one works heard at pliysi- Tlw foundation is considering cal labor, it doesn't mailer too .trying to find out why people much what he eats. Hut if he's ignore Ihese health rules and ealing rich food without excr- what might Ix; dona to make il cisc, lhat leads to problems." easier to live henllhful lives. People should try to qnil smoking, overeating, eating Ihc wrong foods loo oflcn and hemp, search, has in lhe past mainly arts manancmenl and thst sort of areas which I fancy myself knowing somethinir about." lie said. The foundation, which last year .spent .V2.IJ million on re- uiixied ideas what's fiuud lor too lazy to exercise He re supported medical sludies. Ihcm-continuing mistakes lhal 1 peated the six rules the fpunda. j "The r c s e it r c h Luion miffed Archie lead them to an early grave or prevent a dill, healthy life. "Even worse, they pass these tirni stresses to help people pro tecl their hearts. wants more money .spent on cd- ucatinp the says saturated fat and Armstrong. Dr., Bunker role Plsni and i moy be ob- r Office ol Ihe Purchaslrq Agenl a dEToii! of a Fifli1 Dollnr Ct-iiCed CI-.K3L-P wil Ine c( Ihe dcc umenls ir witnin four Ittfi (U) a'ler the acccmpanled or bid bond pay- for Ihc I; any lender nol FARM FOR SALE Tenders acceplfd UD until T7 o'clock en April Nfh. 197! Icr the purchaii: tl rtll or any Hie lot- parccii of land subject 1o any R.C.A. cr Cos Llcni as cf Ihe date cf purchase EV'j-7-11-21 ,'.'4ln Cor'alnirt] eppranlrnalcVf 31k> acrpi cf which :ri-i are culllvated drd are I Vi milei V, of Pklure D BuiliJings located ir.slallrrl. d terms ash ard ai 7 err cenl inie.'csl v.-ill be consider. cd. Each miiil accompanied by D cerliiitfl chsque, banK drafl, cr money payable lo Ihe Farm Cnrfit Ccrpnrslion for 10 per cent of ann.iunt of fender and 1h? Itiu purchase price shall b- paid :-0 days afler u' Ifr.fJrr, unless dher nr- ranqeir.er.U ar? entered inlo, The pirnjsfr ol ihli properlv' m'jsl Inspecllofi and V.ro EICEUIOnN Passed away at Coaldale on Wednesday, April 5, 1972, Ronald, age 24 years. Horn al Tabcr, August 22, 1947. he received his educa- tion in Grassy Lake School. He attended NAIT, after which he had recently purchased the K-C Service Centre in partner- ship with Mr. Michael Gland- field. Survivors are his mother, Mrs. Ethel Eichhorn, Grassy Lake; one brother, G c raid, Sherwood Park; two sisters, Rosalind and Patrica of Leth- bridge; Grandmother, M r s. Ida Conrad of Taber. FuneraJ services will he held in Grassy Lake Community Hall rti Saturday, April 0 at 2 p.m., with Rev. Kenneth Morris of- ficiating. Interment will follow [n the Tabcr Memorial Gar- dens. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Tabcr, in charge. C1199A Pilot kills hijacker Dieppe raid mival chief dies at 70 Both feet in the trough Make old chairs like NEW. Do il Die expert help of lliis upliolslury pattern. Resell? tired chairs: save money! Slpp-by-step directions show how to relic springs, covers in easy-to-follow in- struclions. Pat. 7054 WASHINGTON (A P) Miffed at it sees as a television etforl to portray Ar- CENTS chic Uinikcr as a typiral (coitK} for pacl, pattcrn (no 'flr and nol on Ihe above reprcse vrrbally or Fn of Ihe Farm Crcdil Coi- JAKARTA (Renter) pilot of an Indonesian airliner LONDON (CP1 Vicc-Admi- i ral John IIiighes-HallcU, naval commander in the 1942 raid on Dieppe, died Wednesday at the age of 70. llughes-Ilallett received the Distinguished Service Order [or (taring and resolution during the Dic.ppe raid, in which 937 Can- adians were killed and 1.B-I5 taken prisoner by the German defenders ol Ihc French port. IKifilies-IIallett was appointed naval adviser lo combined oper- ations al the end of In that capacity he acted as chairman of the raid planning commission for the operation, which took place Aug. 10. 1W2, and another such action against tile French port of St. N'azairc. Later in the Second World War, he took command of the cruiser Jamaica and was in- volved in Ihe sinking of the Ger- man crniscr Scharnhorst in De- cember, 1913. .3 .lamr.ica delivered a linal TORONTO (CP> Liberal finance critic James Ilrci- tiiaupt charged in the Ontario legislature yesterday lliaL a Tory liackhencher bas feel in the public trough." In leading off hudget de- bate, Mr. Brpr.ha-jul uas cr.i- ic.il of salaries received by government backbenchers for special jobs. He said John Hoot (PC Wcllington-Dulferin) will draw .'142 this more than the salary of Pre- mier William Davis. Tlic Kitchener lawyer said that in addition lo his ses- sional indemnity of Mr. Root will receive pins expenses as chairman of Ihc Onlario Water Resources Commission. Mr. Root "must he seen by the people of Ontario to have N.B. budgets for deficit hcth front feet in the public he said. But in an interview later, Mr. Root termed Mr. Urci- thanpt's accounting of bis in- come "a complete distortion." I on an internal night shot nnd j lorpe'lo attack on Ihc Scharn- killetl a man who Iricd lo hijack arctic waters. Kosygin heads red delegation lo Baghdad MOSCOW (Rcuter) Soviet Premier Alexci Kosygin will leave here Thursday for Bagh- dad at the liead of a govern- ment and Communist party del- egation, informed diplomatic sources reported. There was no official Soviet announcement of the visit, first reported by the Iraqi news agency, but it came amid signs' of a Soviet drive to improve re-' lations with Iraq, whose ruling Baath party ivas once anathema to the Kremlin. Kosygin would he the first So- viet premier to visit Iraq. Ml'. Rotjt. who was prom- oted to OWRC chairman from vice-chairman last December, said he received a salary of aboul He v.ill lose the job Ihis year when Ihc OWRC is as- similated into the department of the environment. Mr Root said the re- ferred to by Mr. BreitliaupL was the salary of Don Collins, tlic former OWIIC chairman and now deputy minisler of trade and industry. working stiff, the Teamsters Union says "the average worker is no dingbat.'' "For some reason the writ- ers of those slious decided the average worker is more than a little dumb, a committed racist and of all, very comical." i the union says in its new pub- licalion. Focus. Eoli Kascti, editor of Focus, many of the two million Tcamslcrs and numbers of other unions rcscnl it. Archie Bunker, cliic( char- acter in the weekly lelcvision show All in Ihe Family, stamps, please i add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class m.iilhiE and special handling. THE I BRIDGE 1IEHAU3 I Headers Mail Limited en Fronl Street West Toronto 1. Ontario In Ihe house, Mr. Brcilhnupl j p 0 r I r a y e d as a slob'-typc produced a five-page list showing membefs who re- ceive additional revenue for sitting on government bodies. 10 cent shaii the British-huilt Viscount tur- bine-propeller aircraft with a hand Rrenade, a comimmica- lions ministry spokesman suit! The would-he hijacker, identi- cc- {icd as llcrinavnn, U'ns killed Le i as he haggled over the ransom Ifor the plane, lie had orisinnlly f.W.ooo anil n rctic shrppino ss lo Ily Till-: CANADIAN PUKSS Neu- Pjrunsxvick has liccomc the fourth Canadian province to announce il v.ill operate al a Ihf t1-'1-! lvvf> vo.nrs, Impcs his life will re- Inti) lo nnrinnl. llnvuiond Jn- wns our nf mrn, Prinl plmnly PATTF.RN" NTM- m-R. vorrr VAMI: AND AD- DHKSS, the is.ime of tho DO NOT send it lo Tlir Ilcrnlrf heart attack miist wanted Ma-- nrreslnil in (r.ilin. 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