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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 67 RESTAURANT, HOTEL EXPERIENCED Apply In person to Majorette Rrstaur- 3rd Ave. S. (We are closed on Sundays and holidays.) C8625-24 Experienced Apply in person 1o the ALEXANDRA RESTAURANT 328-5th Street S., Lethbrldge C8892-2; 69 FARM INDIVIDUAL FOR DAIRY AND GEN- eral farm work. R. H. Boulton, five miles north of COM. Phone 328-M77. 1131-30 RANTED RELIABLE PERSON for dryland mixed farm Year round if satisfactory. Apply Stove Angyal, Milk River, Phone 647-2425. 705-28 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, NURSERIES 84 GARDENING ROTOTILLING DONE. PHONE 4059. LAWNS PUT IN AND ODD JOBS done. Phone 327-4143. 9864-25 WILL DO ROTOTILLING. REASON- ablc rates. Phone 328-8764. V887-9My TOP SOIL AND WELL ROTTED MA rurc. Phone 328-3289. 8792-tf ROTOTILUING DONE GOOD JOB guaranteed. Phone 328-4045. 939-tf WELL ROTTED MANURE FOR SALE Delivered. Phone 327-4520, after 4 p.m. 1156-30 LAFGE CHOKECHERRY TREE AND also crabapple tree. Free to movers. Phone 327-1171. 1157-ff LAWNS AERATED AND POWER raked. Mike Bobak, phone 327-1777. 971-tf POWER RAKING DONE. GRASS hauled away. 327-6782 or 328-2978 KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 325-2335. Baby Centre 328-2509 C4653-11 HAPPYLAND KINDERGARTEN LO- cated in McKillop churcn Is now ac- cepting registrations for fall For further information please call 227- .4294 or 327-7682. 783-25 76 SEWING SERVICES WOMEN'S, M E N' S CHILDREN'S clothing Made in my home Phone 327-9717. 904-18my DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS done in my home. 1812 2nd Ave. A fi. Phcne 328-6911. 9592-26A 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER- GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS, ETC. PHONE 328-2867. C4951-M ATTENTION ALL GROUPS EN- tertainment agency from Winnipeg opening in Lethbridge Interested nar- Jies may call for more information anytime 90324 THE VARIETY MEN "Music For Everyone" PHONE DON 327-JC88 OR DEL 970-25My 79 PERSONAL 590-24 WELL ROTTED CHICKEN AND COW manure. Delivered. Phone 327-3289. 978-27 ROTOTILLING, YARDS CLEANED. Reasonable rates. Phone 327-8433. 654-tf MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trimming and fell- ing Call 32S-2094 7030-tf FRANK'S ROTOTILLING. service. Phone 328-7C39. PROMPT 9826-30J GARDEN TRACTOR WITH ROTO- tiller. will work lawns or gardens. Quick end efficient. Phone 85 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 90 CONTRACTS DO YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboirdi, remodelling or repairs In your home' E L Construction. Phons 328-2237. 7W9-M GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and SorenSon Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6082, C7377-1I FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. C3661-H ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND tiOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 326- 5745. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE My wife Aoril Bobinec having lett my bed and board, I will no longer be responsible for any debts incurred by her effected now. April 18, 1973. DON BOBINEC 515 12 St. North AtS Put farn HEAVY ROASTING HENS PAN ready five to six Ibs., JOc Ib., dis- count on dozen lots. Big Roosters, to. Fryers. Free delivery. Custom kill- im Helmuth Dyck, Coaldale Phone 345 3224. 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES FOR SALE 30 GALLON FISH TANK and stand. Phone 328-4084. TWO REGISTERED FEMALE COCKER Spaniel dogs. Phone 328-1070 676-24 POODLES MINIATURE, BLACK, female. Phone 328-7336. 1111-tf PENFRIENDS IN CANADA WANTED urgently; all ages. The Fen STcialy, (L. Chorley, Lanes, Englana. 1042-25 TO BE GIVEN AWAY FOUR KIT- tens. Phone 327-0378, after 6 p.m. 1110-26 WANTED MALE SEALPOINT SIA- mess for breeding purposes. Phone after 5 p.m., 328-0652. 74024 THREE MALE PUPPIES. MOTHER Fries Wettehrtoun irr.oort Holland. each. Phons 732-4983, Picture But'e. Three miles north Shaughnessy 10S5-28h ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS PUREBRED ENGLISH SPRINGER Anyone a dr'mKr.3 problem. Spaniel (unregistered) needs _a good} Phone 327-8049 or 328-3246, after p m TEENS Home. Obedience trained. Rabies and j distemper shots. Phane 327-1407. 1044-5 DUALITY BRED FAWN GREAT1 Are you living with a problem drinker DANE puppies, sired by a great in your home? There is understand- champim end qroup winner Top ;.ia and help for you Phme Jean maie Greet Dane in Canada 1970, 327-8340, Marilyn 328-8972; Jane 327- "Lincoln's Thor V Prslrieaane." Avail- t 76S6 5383-ifh j afcie now. See you at Lethbridoe j rEageitsni WHO Show. Beldare Kennels Reg'd., P.O. April 24, 1973 THE lETHMIDGE HERALD 25 BIRTH EPP George and Barb are pleased to announce the birth of a sea, Scott, on April 8, 1973. A Sherriz. brother for 108S DEATHS DANIELSON P a s s ed away in the city on Tuesday. April 24, 1973, Mr. Morris (Morrie) Dsniilson, at the age of 67 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Maude Danielson of 1031 Henderson Lake Blvd. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direct- ors of Funeral Service. C8961 DAVIg Passed away on Sunday, .April 22, 1973, G. Rid- er Davis, age 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Eloise Davis of Fort Macleod. He is also survived by one son, J. Chest- er Davis of Fort Macleod: two granddaughters; four brothers, Darold and Eric of Vancouver, and Weare of Calgary. Funeral service will be held in Christ Church Anglican on Thursday at 2 p.m., Rev. R. Hunt officiatng assisted by Archdeacon C. S'vvanson. In- terment in Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of the Fort Pharmacy. Funeral arrangements by DEATHS LAMBERT Word has been received from Coleshiil, England, of the dealh on Saturday, April 2lst, 1973 of Mrs. A. Lambert, moth- pr of Mr. Eric Lambert cf the city. 1162 POTTS Passed away at Taber on Monday, April 23, 1973, James, a well-known, old time resident cf Taber, at the age of 94 years. Funeral ser- vice arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME TABER, in charge. C.8957 FUNERAL RACHlVALjSKi Funeral service for William Rachwal- ski, Taber resident and native son of Austria, who died Monday, April 16, 1973, at the- of 80 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 19, 1873, in St. Theodore's Angli- can Church, Taber, with Rev. J.C. Daisley officiating. Pall- bearers were Jack and John Goruk, William Donick, Geo- rge Powell. Louis Bembi and Joseph Santoni. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Gar- den. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CURRIE Passed away j suddenly at a local nursing horns in Everett, Washington on Friday, April 20, 1973, Mr. E. Currie at the age of 78 years. Born March 9, 1895 in Northwood, North Dakota, he a lifetime member of Np- bleford, Alberta Masonic Lodge. He was predeceased by three brothers, Earl, Dave and Neil; and one sister. Luella. Survived by one sister, Isla Quam, 1325 Poplar of Everett, Washington. Funeral v.'ill be CARD OF THANKS CROSS I wish to express my sincere appreciation to my friends and neighbors who visit- ed, sent flowers, cards and gifts while I was a patient in hospi- tal. My thanks also to the nurs- ing staff and the doctors for their kind care and attention. Thanks to everyone. Maxine Cross. 1049-24 SHROUD MAY BE SHOWN FOR SECOND TIME NEW YORK (AP) The Shroud of Turin, believed by some to be the actual burial cloth of Jesus Christ, may be publicly shown this the first time since 1933 when it was displayed on the steps of the cathedral in Turin, Italy. Rev. Peter Rinaldi of Port Chester, N.Y., vice-president of the Holy Shroud Guild, who wrote a book on the shroud, said here that "a com- mitment has been made" for a second public showing of the Eastern relic, first discovered in France in 1354. Although nothing official has been announced, Father Rinaldi added that Michele Cardinal Pelligrino, custodian of the shroud in Turin, "told me him- self that if would be shown, mavbe in the fall." The relic is a 14-foot, three- inch length of linen with faint impressions of a crucified man. The impressions show v.-hip marks on the man's body, a 1H COCl appeared artificial on the sur- face of the cloth looked real on tbe photographer's negative. The eyes of the man appear open on the surface of tbe shroud; but in the negative they are shown to be closed like those of a dead man. The history of the relic prior to 1354 is unknown, and histo- rians have refused to make a final statement as to its au- thenticity. The Vatican has nev- er ruled on the issue. Rev. Adam Otterbein, presi- dent of the Guild, which claims 5.000 to members in the United States, said the Guilds international counterpart in Tu- rin plans to summon "an inter' national commission" to con- duct further scientific investiga- tion to prove conclusively whether the shroud is authentic. Serious flare-up slash on his head and a large wound in his s'de. At first, many believed that the impressions came from -a medieval artist's brush, but in 1898. when the first photographs of the shroud were taken, the photographic negative showed a clear and positive image. What 24, at C h a 11 e c p m b e and Phreicht Home. T161 McVEAN Passed away in the city on Monday, April 24, 1973 following a brief illness, Mrs. Rhena Douglas McVean EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME gt th3 age of 70 years of the LTD., Fort Macleod. glue sky Lodge. Moved wife C8956 I Of tbe iate MJ-. Duncan Camp- bell McVean, The late Mrs. Mc- The newly formed ARTS AND CRAFTS I 271 55'6 SOCiETY OF ALBERTA .s no-.v ac- spring! Embroider cepting aoplications for membership. The SOCIETY is intended fa promote ail arts and crafts in the Province cf Al- berta whether you are a professions! or unrecognized Write or phone SANDRA OLSON, 15103 67th St., ED- MONTON, ALBERTA. Phone 475-4I34. 1043-24 80 SERVICES AND REPAIRS REPAIR BICYCLES. PHONE 32B-67M. 814-2 DRYWALLING, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings, repair work. Phone 323-7362. 4235-tf 8 fc D WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE. Phone 328-8240. SB BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NEEDED PARTNERS IN A FAST- business. investment. Write Box 36, Herald. 1047-28 WANTED PARTNER IW BUILD- ING CONSTRUCTION. MUST HAVE SOME CAPITAL. WRITE BOX 23, HERALD. 808-25 TERRIFIC BUY ONLY BEAUTY Salon in town of Foremost all supplies. Phone 867-3829, evenings. 503-27 Business building for sale or A j lease, centre of Main Street, KIP.BY VACUUM SALES AND sER-' Fernie. Immediate occupancy. A MV t ITTLJ Reply Box 1167, Fernie, B.C. VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 328-8962. SMALL CARPENTRY JOBS after hours and weekends. Cement work, cabinets, small alterations. Phone 328-0259, after 5 p.m. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, (liters, etc Same day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-5114. C6924-tf PICK-UP cf el! merchandise consigned to THE AUCTION BLOCK 327-1222 CS8432 MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- vices en all makes of washers and dryers, automatic cr conventional. A'so small appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc. No ion too larqe cr too small. LETHBRiDGE APPLIANCE, 505 3ra 4ve. Phone 327-4456. C7353-H 7643-tf BAESEN Passed away at Bow Island on Monday, April 123. 1973, John of Bow Island, j formerly Drumheller, at the Create a decorative wall ar- j age of "86 years. Born at Win- gene, Belgium, April 29, 1386, married in the old country in 19iS, he moved to Drumheller in 1920 where he worked in the cc-al mine until his retirement in 1954. Mr. Baesan has re- trio. 972-27 j er.char.ting weed nymphs on j panels for pictures in vivid' colors, easy stitcbes. They're inspired gifts! Pattern 7380: 3 sided with transfers 6Vi x each. daughter at 84 GARDENING HEAVY DUTY ROTOTILLING. SAT- isfaciicn guaranteed. Phone 327-1227. 543-28 LARGE YELLOW ROTOT1LLER Will also d? lawns and gardens. Phcne 327-2595. After 6 p.m. phone 325-7026. 1044-30 ROTOTILLING, LAWNS PUT IN, GEN- ERAL LAWN AND GARDEN CARE. FREE ESTIMATES. PHONE 327-8M3. LANDSCAPING- SALES AND VOV- IK'G OF LARGER TYPE TREES. SPRUCE TREE PHONE 32S-JJ05. FARMS LTD Incnnts ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES LTD. CENTRE VILLAGE WALL COAST TO COAST REAL ESTATE SERVICE PHONE 328-8184 Multiple Listing Service MOTEL 78 unit top-rated mrtel with manager cr operator suite. Excellent location. Each unit air-conditioned, color TV, and thermostat controlled. Owners wish to retire. Exclusive. RESTAURANT This is the only restaurant In Cosl- dale. N'ew premises and all new equip- ment. Enjoying excellent patronage. Located in the nev; hotel. Supplies fcod to hotel's licensed lounge snd large banquet hall. N'ew lease ava'l- atle with great possibilities to right party to operate and dance li- censed cabaret with tha regrlar restaurant. Askipn S7.00D for this coing business. Phcne us for appoint- SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, NAME. ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD GO Front Street West Toronto 1. Ontark Readers Mail Limited Pattern {ceased by his wife, Irma. Sur- 'vivcrs include two daughters, Mrs. Laura Tuc'nscherer. Bow Island. Mrs. Leona v'ean was a long time member of the Rebekah Lodge. The funeral service be held on Wednesdav at 3 p.m. in MAR-1 TIN BROS. TRADITIONAL i CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S.. j with Rev. L. D. Hankinson of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Mountain View Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bios. TRADITIONAL CHAP- j EL 812 3rd Avenue S., phone j 328-2361. A Rebekah Service will j be held in the Chapel following the funeral service. In lieu of. flowers, those who wish may i IN MEMORIAM EKSTROM In loving mem- ory of a dear son and brother, Ronald A. Ekstrom who passed away April 22, 1961. Twelve years have passed since that sad day Whsn one we loved was called away. God toak him home It was His will. But in our hearts he liveth still. remembered by mom and sisters. FJorer.ce. Don- na and Deborah. 1132 IN MEMORIAM PUHL In loving memory of a dear aunt, Theresa who passed away April 24. 3972 and a dear uncle Kalman who pass- jed away May 1, 1972. I Just a prayer from those I who loved you, Just a memory fond and true, In our hearts you will live forever Because we thought the world of you. remembered by Ron and Blanche, Elmer, Anne REYKJAVIK (AP) -Icelan- dic gunboats opened fire on British trawlers early today in what was described here as the most serious flare-up of tbe "cod war." The Icelandic coast guard blamed the incidents, off the island's southwest coast, on "aggressive tactics" by the British trawlers. The coast guard claimed one gunboat u-as rammed by a trawler and the crew of the unarmed coast guard vessel Aryakur had to use rifles to avoid being sunk by the trawlers. and families. 1159 Professor moves HALIFAX (CP) Dr. J. B. Owen, chairman of the history department at the University of Calgary since 1970, has been appointed dean of arts at Saint Mary's University in Halifax. The appointment is effective July 1. STORES SAVE AT YOUR RADIAL TIRE CENTRE Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 Funeral services irill be con- ducted from St. Michael's Ro- man Catholic Church in Bow Island on Wednesday, April 25 at 10 a.m.. with Rev. Father Den O'Dwyer ce'ebrant. Inter- ment will follow in the Bow Is- land Cemetery. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOAEB TABER, in charge of arrangements. C8958 cer Society, 409 Canada Building. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of F u n e r al firestone service. WATSON James McCon- POWER RAKING Lawns raked, cents per sq. yard. 13.5D minimum. Phone :23 7AW, after 4 p 771, CKS4-25 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS RENT A RAKE. IF REQUIP- i "i. ntf. zvailaMc Days 327- HAVE S2SO.OCO CASH AVAILABLE 2363. 327-1355. Jcfm Ferrsst for investment ptrpcse. Contact Box] Cclw Centre tf 35, Hera'd. 991-24 I SCHWARTZ Lirni'td trllece MEM. Phone 328-3331 30OK HOW TO HfiVE YOU1? LAV.'H raked or 117- SSJ1 PASCO GARDENING. 3iA j 7-fi, facility available. We con LLOYDS TSEE TRIMVING SERVICH TYPES '-mrrv'na. Trim-red cr I remo.'Sd. c-ompl service 3V3M1. DRIED GROUND MA7JURE. !N PLAS- I 'ic J] JO each, frff eWivefy-' o.-ie, W7.J4 MORTGAGE MONEY Formers-Merchants Trust 309-7th St. S- Phone 328-5548 away ia Taber on Thursday, April 19, 19i3, De Lace at the age of 46 years. Been at Taber April 29, 1926. he received his (education at Taber after which i he with his fathsr, Sam Rombough on construction, and for a number cf years he was employed with Tabar Irriga- tion and Canadian Sugar Fac- Itories. Predeceased by his par- I ents, two brothers and two sis- liers. Survivors include five i brothers. Clarence of Enchant, JMilan of Lethbridge. Clifford, Walter, and Archie all of Ta- ber: five sisters, Mrs. Edna Ronspies. Calgary, Mrs. Alber- ta Griffen, Tabar. Mrs. Mary MalJnsky, Taber, Mrs. Ruth Grassy Lake. Mrs. of Magrath passed away on Sunday, April 22nd, 1973 at the age of 76 years. Mr. Wat- son was born in Provo, Utah, November 1896 and came to Canada with his parents in 1899, settling In the Magrath area where he resided until the time of his passing. He farm- ed south of Magrath until his retirement. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ cf Latter Day Saints and was the High Priest Group Leader cf his ward. He is sur- i vived by one sister, Mrs. Mar- i garet W. Ririe of Magrath, and 1 many nieces and nephews. Fu- j nerai services will be held in' the Magrath L.D.S. Chapsl on Wednesday, April 25th at 2 pm., with Bishop R. Mark Dshl a'Gciatrng. Interment will follow in the Magrath Csme-i terr- Friends may meet the! family and pay their respects I from 1 p.m. prior to the ser-' vice in the Relief Society room 10 POINT DRUM BRAKE OVERHAUL wilhour mite guar-_ VJt start by fming drums and the nw linings for perfect braking contact And we check master cylinders, wheel cylinders, brake jhoe return springs and brake fluid lines. We use quality brake fluid. We check and repack outer front wheel bearings. Thf n we road test >our car. We make it easy to be sure about your brakes firestone EL'en Jenssn, Taber. Funeral i of the church. CHRISTENSEN, services will ba conducted I SALMON FUNERAL HOME. frooi Knox United Church in' LTD., Directors of Funeral Taber on Wednesday, Aoril 25 Service. at 2 p.m., -with Rev. Kenneth Mcrris officiating. will follow in the Taber Me- C3960 icorial Garden. IT 'ieu of flow- ers, donations to the Tabsr General Hospital appreciated. (HUMPHRIES FUNERAL EXAMS SUSPENDED ROME (AP) Authorities suspended examinations for. magistrate candidates after dis- DISC BRAKE SERVICE includma many imports Itko DATSUN TOYOTA XVe inrtal! 1 new front d sc uads Inspect calws. tear brakes, oarkmg traVe errtf brake fluid level. Arid we inspect aid outer fnwt wheel bezreisi. rteor njrnma and ext-s if necessary. Guaranteed 2 Tvnichevw comes Irrt-_ HOME TABER, in charge of covering that some applicants, arrangements. j used two-way pocket radios to C8959J cheat. TIRES REMOVED- A PAIR! Just Arrived! EVERGREENS Dt TOCCS UP TO 13 FT. PPU1T G SHRUBS IACOMBE NURSERSES COALOiLE, A1TA CLOSED SUMDAYS C8WD.U Did yow you con rent j OW Wfl REALTY i INSURANCE LTD. 115? 3rd Ave. Swrth. 90 CONTRACTS COMMERCIAL OR RESIDENTIAL SvUfllng or Sunny Soulh ConsttocHtm Phone 34S- H.-Of 1ISB-30 Jim SJ3-12my WARDS SERVICES LTD. 1732 ?rd Ave S. Phone 32S-S775 Open 7 O.TP 7 p m. Except Sundays, and Holidays j C78M-1f j Hit i C J EOU1PMEMT COWPAC- lion toncreif equipment htateri. Infl S "UVPUi 8 CM'2 n Chmntyt: j tf-if i ONE MAIN PART! Sew this easy, zip-front skim in a morning lo wear Jhat very af- ternoon? Choose all checks OR soSid color plus contrast. Prinlcd Patiern 4371: NEW Women's Sizes 34. 36. 38, 40. 12, 44, 46. Size 36 (bust 40) takes 2 yards 60-incJj fabric. SEVEXTV TTVE CENTS in coins (no stamps, please) for each IS cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly SIZE. NAME, ADDRESS. STYLE NUMBER. Send order to AMNE ADAMS, care of ANNE ADAJJS, 69 Front Si. W Toronto Prist plainly PATTERN iSER. YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS. and the name of tbe Soon ihere wjJJ Jhousands o5 sSudsnls looking fer summer work. They're eager and quick So learn Grasping an idea quickly is reelly what being a student TS an about. Sludenls bring a iresh approach 1o their ihey're versatile and willing. There are over 200 soscial Canada Cenlres 'or students across the country where we match the ncJM student 5o the job you have to get done Students are available and they have proven their usefulness m a wide range of business operations. Hire a student this summer- it's good business. CMto eMt" Canada Manpower Centra duCWMdfl ;