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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TnurMay, April iy, 1973 THE LETIIBKIDTC nuuuo 29 Vietnam military watch Canadian members of the International Commis- sion of Control and Super- vision at Due Co in South Vietnam install radio wir- ing (above left) and wash at outdoor basins (above right) with other ICCS mem- bers. The area around the primitive camp near the Cambodian border is seed- ed with mines and danger- ous for observers to move freely. Capt. Robert Davey (left) of Toronto and Col. MacGregor of Calgary watch Viet Cong soldier rebuilding com- pound at Pleiku, South Vietnam. Members of the Canadian contingent to the International Commission of Control and Supervision in Vietnam disagree on whether the ICCS is doing an effective job. (CP Photo) February 28 popular birthday for faniil PJENETANGUISHENE, Ont. (CP) The Eugene RobitaiUe family of Penetanguishene has four living generations and in three of those generations one member was born the same day, Feb. 28. Eugene Kobitaille was bom Feb. 28, 1837, at Cedar Point, eight miles from Penetanguish- ene. He has 70 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren, in- cluding one-year-old Nicole, born the same day 85 years later. y A. third-generation member ef the family, 14-year-old Greg Robitaille, also was born Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Robi- taille celebrated their 60th wed- ding anniversary Oct. 23, 197L SOUTHEKNlUBERrA BUSINESS SAMPLER Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART 1: 1-rose; 2-b; 3-c; 4-Lor. Nol; 5-b PART II: 1-a; 2-c; 3-d; 4-e; 5-b PART III: I-C; 2-4; 3-a; 4-b; 5-d PICTURE QUIZ: Frank Mahovlich Prince Igor has no taste. Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. Without a flicker of taste or color or scent A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince over tonight. PACIFIC car wash people FREE EXTERIOR WASH with gasoline purchase of 3 gallons or more (Exterior wash with gasoline purchase of 3 gallons or Complete Interior and exterior wash purchase with 10-15 gallon purchase with 5-1O tallon purchase 2.25 with 3-5 gallon purchase 52.50 with no gasoline purchase SUPERSONIC CAR WASH 1819-3Ave.S. We bonoraJ) credit cards epprcwedby dealer before purchase including CHARGEX Exlrs charge for commercta! credit Sailors diving in cold HALIFAX (CP) -Join the navy and see the world, maybe even the bottom of Halifax bar. bor in mid-winter. An armed forces spokesman here said that training for At- lantic Fleet divers goes on here year-round. And part of the training includes a daily three- mile swin in the harbor, winter or summer, In addition to un- derwater training. Hie divers are expected to be able to dive under any condi- tions after graduation from the five-week course and in the At- lantic fleet that means getting used to frigid water. The course includes training In such military roles as replac. j ing propellers, maintaining sonar equipment and searching the hulis of warships for mines. But the divers also are trained to aid police in recoverinj drowning victims, disposing oi explosives and recovering evi- dence. In the new line of Panasonic black and white TVs, you'll find some that give you a lot more than you'd expect. You'll find them with a cassette recorder added, with an radio, with a digital clock. And you'll find them without...great-looking TVs in a wide choice of models. U.S. airlines have increase OTTAWA (CP) United States airlines carried passengers from Canada to U.S. destinations during 1971, Statistics Canada reported yes- fenday. This compaieJ with passengers carried from Canada to U.S. airports by Ca- nadian airlines. The previous year US. alr- ines boanted passen- gers btrond for the U.S. Iron Canada, compared with by Canadian air- ines. The InfonnaBon was contain- ed in a written reply tabled in he Commons by Herb Breau, Jarfiamentary secretary for ndustry, trade and commerce n answer to Donald Munro AD flares based on sche- duled flights. j Now that youVe decided on Panasonic TV, how do you want it? Wonld yon beGeve aTVset that pops up out of an portable radio? The 5" diagonal screen a crisp and clear picture. A sun- shield is included so you can watch while you're out-of-doors. Slide- lever controls add a touch of big-set luxury. You carry it like a brief-case; it has a die-cast handle, and the circuitry is all solid-state. Battery and AC are built- in. You can take h with you if The Pomona TR-475C Our mcs t luxurious black and white TV. 20 of top quality picture in a beautiful walnut grain cabinet you'll be proud to put on your new credenza. Its got tuning to eliminate fine tuning when you switch channels. Speed- O-VTsion gives you an instant pic- ture; slide lever controls help yoa make the settings you want, fast. See the beautiful Lttray AN-239DC Here's a TV set that stands on own three feet. Turns on them too. It's all solid-state, inside a space-gray capsule. 6" diagonal screen. Specd- channel indicator. The won't ever suffer from contact weai; because it doesn't have any contacts. ATVset that'll do you manv a eood turn, or without? Ifs got Continental good an all-solid-state chassis. diagonal set that you'll enjoy look- ing at even when it's off. Detachable dark lint Speed- O-Vision and a unique electronic feather-touch powewwitch, for a fast picture. N TneMflanoTR-542C A Hack and white TV that comes in three white, harvest gold, avocado green. With a 12" diagonal screen, it's easy to move from one room to another slim because of its tube, and exceptionally good-looking. Itfs got Spccd-O-Vjsion, built-in antennas, recessed handle, and a detachable tinlcd screen.Youll find it easy to fit onto a shelf or cabinet top bccanse all the controls are up front. Yes, a TV set eon be a decor feature. Panasonic' just sligMty ahead our ftma. TOMORROW'S FURNITURE LTD. 1254 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-4133 ;