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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, August 2, 1974 Births, Deaths, In Mernoriams I charged when Cards Of Thanks b TO fa? ft BIRTH ALSIP Mr. and Mrs. Rick Alsip (nee Marsha Duncan) are proud to announce the birth of a daughter, Kimberly Fay. 8 Ibs. 2'z ozs., born July 18 in Calgan Proud grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Allan Duncan of New Dayton and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alsip of DeWinton. 8848 DEATHS BERGER Wednesday, July 31, 1974, Mary Martha, aged 70 years, beloved mother of Martin Berger, Edmonton. Services at United Church, Champion, today (Friday, August 2) at a.m., Pastor C. Mitchell officiating. Interment, Vulcan Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. C760 GURNEY Lucille, passed away in Magrath on Friday, August 2nd, 1974 at the age of 69 years, beloved wife Emery Gurney of Magrath Funeral services will be held in the Magrath LDS Chapel on Tuesday. August 6th at 2 p.m., with Bishop Tyler Alston of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Magrath Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Homes Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service. C761 CARD OF THANKS thanks to doc- tors and nursing staff of St. Michael's General Hospital for the fine care given our dear father and grandfather, Mr Steve Szabo Sr. of Milk River. Also to the doctor and nursing staff of the Border Counties Hospital; pallbearers. Rev Father Schuster; and the C.W.L for the fine lunch after the services Also tn our many friends who sent cards and flowers during our recent bereavement Many thanks and May God Bless you all dear wife Mrs. Helen Szabo, Steve J Szabo Jr. and family, Mr and Mrs. Hellen Balog Jr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Archie J. Szabo and family, Mr and Mrs Edd Bernnger and family and relatives 8849 CARD OF THANKS The Magrath Lions Club steer raffle winner was Earl Gurney of Magrath. winner of a 600 pound steer donated by the Mclntyre Ranch Company Ltd., south of Magrath. Proceeds will be used by the Lions to build the J. A Ririe Memorial Playground near the present Lions Swimming Pool. 8850 Blundon remanded to Aug. 7 A 2P-year-old Fort Macleod man charged with the non- capital murder of an 84-year- old woman was remanded in custody until Aug. 7. A date will be set for a preliminary hearing in Fort Macleod. Donald Edward Blundon, who appeared in Lethbridge provincial court today, is charged with the death of Angeline Provost, who died in Fort Macleod hospital six days after she was assaulted in a relative's home. Blundon was originally charged with the rape of Mrs. Provost but the charge was withdrawn July 26. Mrs Provost, a long time resident of Brocket, died June 29. Rod Run Saturday The Lethbridge Street Rod Association will be holding its second annual Rod Run in the city Saturday. Denny Morgan, local rod club president, said today his club expects about 25 vintage cars to participate in the tour of the city. The club has received entries from owners of 1948 and older street rods from Ed- monton. Calgary. Lacombe, Medicine Hat and Montana. Club officials will be marshalling and displaying cars from noon to 2 p m. Saturday at Japanese Gardens. Two men have been charged with causing a disturbance after a fight in which one of the men was pushed through a window at Sheldons Family Shopping Centre, 516 3rd Ave. S. Lethbridge city police allege the two men were drinking at a downtown hotel and went outside where an argument ensued. In the course of the argument, one of the men was pushed through the window. No one was injured but there was damage to the window. Charged are Timothy Cranley, 1313 10th Ave. S.. and Raymond Arseneault, 18, of Suite 101, 1615 Scenic Heights. Explosion bigger than expected LONDON (AP) The ex- plosion in the eastern districts of London today was bigger than had been expected by bomb experts who reported defusing the main charge of a 2.500 pound blockbuster dropped by German bombers in 1941. The bomb was buried in a construction site. The area was cleared and the experts dissolved the main charge. Only the detonator remained and Maj. Arthur Hogben, leader of the army demolition team, decided to explode it. Instead of the expected minor blast a big explosion erupted, shattering windows and damaging hundreds of homes. A 45-pound chunk of metal was hurled 200 yards But only one person was hurt, a policeman whose hand was cut by flying glass. Hogben said he believed the detonator blast probably set off another buried Second World War bomb or part of the same bomb which may have broken off and embedded itself some vards away CAREERS ASSISTANT TO THE MANAGER A W on Scenic Drive is looking for an assist- ant to the manager. We are looking for a mature person who is willing to work toward advancement in our company! Experience an asset but not essential as we have a complete training program. For a personal interview Phone KEN MARTIN at 328-6056 For Appointment Bomb defused in Lebanon airport BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Security police thwarted an attempted bombing of the Pan American World Airways of- fices on the edge of Beirut's crowded banking centre today. An army explosive expert defused five dynamite sticks concealed with a timing device in an air travel bag placed shortly after mid-day in front of Pan Am's offices. Guards spotted two young men dropping the bag and run- ning away. The entire building was evacuated until bomb- squad experts dismantled the explosives found tucked under fruit in the bag. Police said one of the men suspected of planting the bomb was apprehended and a hunt was under way for the other. The identity of the arrested suspect was not revealed. IF YOU ARE GOING NOWHERE IN YOUR PRESENT JOB REAL ESTATE SALES BLOCK BROS, has consistently led the Industry in Real Estate Education. Our program includes: Block Bros, exclusive Practical Training Course for newly licensed salespeople. An introduction to the basic requirements in becoming a successful Real Estate Salesperson. The Xerox Professional Selling Skills Program. A total immersion learning program. Develops professional selling skills. Employs sophisticated audio-lingual techniques. Taught only in small group sessions by fully qualified instructors. Block Bros. Professional Marketing Program. A daily program of intensive activity to acquaint the salesperson with up-to- date marketing principles and practice. Fora Personal Interview, call: FRANK TINORDI 327-3478 TIM GRISAK 328-2266 BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 328-2356 NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE When you plug your store into this, it means business! Readership of The Lethbridge Herald Is What Makes The Big Difference Brings You Immediate Sales The Lethbridge Herald is the Major News medium in Southern Alberta read in 93% of Lethbridge homes and 43% of our rural area homes. (The best coverage by far of any Alberta Daily News- paper.) This is what makes it the MAJOR ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Because people want The Lethbridge Herald enough to pay for it, The Lethbridge Herald has become a part of living the home news- paper with news that is essential to living in great Southern Alberta. This is why YOUR advertising in The Leth- bridge Herald reaps you solid rewards. Your mes- sage is in a medium which is not a throw-away, not a piece of unsolicited direct mail addressed to Rather it is read because it is in the best-read and highest regarded medium in the South! Newspaper readers want to be completely in- formed and because newspaper readers don't want to miss anything, they read The Lethbridge Herald cover-to-cover including your advertising messages. The point is simple: people look for- ward to advertising in The Lethbridge Herald. They read it, discuss it, often clip the ads as a buying reminder. For The Lethbridge Herald is the marketplace, the big showroom DAILY for every- thing on sale in Southern Alberta. If you want more business, you can get it by plugging in The Lethbridge Herald. The Lethbridge Herald Average Daily Circu- lation is now at an all-time record high of over copies reaching a total of over readers and potential buyers daily! It means BIG BUSINESS for Automobile Dealers Clothing Stores Department Stores Drug Stores Appliance Stores Furniture Food Stores Restaurants Jewellers Musical Instruments Radio TV Real Estate Shoe Stores Sporting Goods Beauty Shops Building Supplies Variety Stores Home Furnishings Draperies Floor Coverings Tires Housewares Banks Nurseries House Builders PLUG Your Business Into THE BEST SELLER! BLOCK BLOCK BROS. The Lethbridge Herald "Serving and Selling The South" ;