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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 'HE LHHBRIPGE HERALD Ftidi.y. August 11, I DEATH MEDLEY I'.isscd away on Thursday, 1972, Julia Medley, nge 5i> years, of Kurt Macleod. Born iii Peebles, Scotland, she came lo Moose Jaw with her family, where she resided until when she married Charles Medley. They lived at Onniston, Sask., Card- jton Shannavoii, Sask. prior to moving to fort Mac- leod in 19GO. Slie was a mem- ber of Ihe Royal Canadian Le- gion Women's Auxiliary, ttie Order of Purple and ll.icj recently the Pres- ident's asvard foi1 i.ul.'ituiulmg service lo the Fort Macleod Fish and Came Association. ,vhe is survived by sons, .lim of Pii-'Iier Creek, Hob of Fort Vacl-nd: tlircs daughlors, Mrs. II. (1> o 1 (i re s) Wevntt n" Ktlicn, Mrs. II. (Carol) Van (liUlcr and Mrs. D. (lioberla) Simpson ol lrort sev- en gir.udchildren; three sislcrs, Mrs. Isabelle Swenson. Sweden, Mrs. Gladys Coleman, Cran- brook and Mrs. Louise Merrill, Fort Macleod. Predeceased by her husband. Charles in 1951, one son, Donald in 1070, ono granddaughter, Arlene Wescnlt in 1962 and her molher, Mrs, Mary Baggaley, -I, 1D72. The funeral service will ho held in the Trinity L'nited Church on Saturday at p.m.. Peter Walker officiating minister. In- terment, Union Cemetery. Fu- neral arrangements by EDEN'S FUN URAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C.1579 C-7 k Jn DEATHS 1IU1IUN Passed away in Coaldalo on Wednesday, Aug- ust 9, 11172, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Margaret Dublin, ill Ihe age of 79 years, beloved wife of Mr. Philip Dublin of Coaldale. The funeral service will bo held on Saturday at p.m., Martin Bros. MEM- ORIAL CHAPEL, with Pastor W. J. Gamble officiating. In- terment will follow in the Coal- dale Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin liros. MHM015IAL CIIAPKL, null St. N.. phone MAMTIX BROS. LTD., Diice- tors of the Funeral Service. C3578 1'KIIKINS Wednesday, August il, 1972, Harry George, aged 57 years, beloved husband of Mrs, Eileen Perkins, Clares- holm, Alberta. Resides his be- loved wife be is also survived by two daughters, Mrs. T. (Sharon) Sakatcb, I.cthbridge and Mis. (Cliarlcnc) Lar- son, Millctt, Alberta; also four grandchildren and tlirec broth- ers and three sisters. Born al Fort Macleod. Alberta lie re- sided at Fort Maclcod, Gramim and Claresholm. Services at Granum United Church, Gran- um, Saturday p.m., Itcv. Richard Hanson officiating. In- terment, Granum Cemetery. L K Y D E N'S F U N E R A L HOMEvS LTD.. Claresholm P.rancb, Directors oE Services. B977B leinonami DEATH SlF.CiMUN'1) Passed away in the city on Friday, August 11, 1972, Mrs. Clara licrta Sicg- mund, at tlic age of iil years, tieloved wife of Mr. Erich Sieg- mund of Coatdalc. Funeral .ir- langcments will be announced when completed. MARTIN 1HIOS. LTD., Directors of ttic Funeral Service. C3577 FUNERAL WKIMIKlMKll Funeral service for Jacob Wcinheimer, wlio tiied in Clarcsholm, Sim day Aug. e, 1972, at the age of 83 years, was held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9, 1972 in the Christcnscn Chapel with Ris lion Bay Chalterton of Clares- holm officiating. Pallbearers were Kevin and Morris Soren- son, Lav.Tcnce Watmough, Ber- nard Burbank, Garth Harris and Kenny Pederson. Inter- ment was in the Arcbmount Memorial Gardens. Christen' sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. TORNADO HITS CAMPSITE AMELAND, Holland (Renter) Four persons wore killed and were injured Friday on Ibis Dutch island when it was hit by a tornado, the Dutch news agency reported. The tornado hit a big holiday camping site upsetting hundreds of tents. INTRE VILLAGE SATURDAY SPECIALS! KON TIKI APPLE JUICE 48 oz.......Sale CENTRE VILLAGE IGA 3 SUGAR 10 IBs.............. Sal CENTRE VILLAGE IGA AYLMER SOUP Chicken Noodle, Mushroom, Chicken Rica gk 10 oz.......Sale For CENTRE VILLAGE IGA MARGARINE Red Leaf New Color 5( CENTRE VILLAGE IGA 5 -00 CARNATION STEAK FRIES 2 Ib. bag Sale 3 CENTRE VILLAGE IGA CHUCK ROAST Canada Choice Steer Beef Jale Per Pound CENTRE VILLAGE IGA 59" E-ZEE HOLD SCREW DRIVERS Reg. MACLEODS MAGNETIC TIP SCREW DRIVERS Reg. Sale MACLEODS LADIES' STANDARD BICYCLES Reg. ......SDb MACLEODS CHAIR PADS Reg. Sola MACLEODS IRONING BOARD COVER and PAD SET Sale MACLEODS ROCKWELL SANDERS Reg. Sale MACLEODS TOMATOES -oo CENTRE VILLAGE IGA JELLY ROLLS Sale each CENTRE VILLAGE IGA BOYS' BASEBALL GLOVES ReB. MACLEODS GOLF BAGS g. Salo MACLEODS TRAILER MIRRORS Reg. Sola j MACLEODS BORN FREE SHAMPOO MACLEODS REIGNING BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY and SHAMPOO Reg. 98'. Limit 1 Per Customer MACLEODS FURNACE FILTERS Reg. 99c Solo MACLEODS >A and SK SOCKET SETS Reg. MACLEODS 9-97 FRIDG-PAK Laruo Sale MACLEODS The Mail That Has It All 13fh Street and 2nd Avenue North Warner sells out school bus system Tho County of Warner has decided to go (Hit of I school busing Imsine.'vs and contract, il lo individual operators, follow- ing fmture lo reach agreement in a wage tlispule witli Team- ster Union :iG2. The union represents 2.1 hus drivers, mostly farmers, work- in R on a part-time basis, Some em ploy cos of the con a ly have received salary in- creases totalling 24 Va per cent during MIC past five years, hut tlio drivers Imvc received only IS per cent, a driver lohl The. Herald. "Tlie County of Warner Rave us a reasonable amount of in- crease hut il was not quite v.h.iL we a union spokesman said. As a result, llic matter is in the hands of the labor conciliation board in Kclnion- ton, which is expected to down a decision shortly. But Ihe decision of the board Back again with car operations OSHAWA, Out. (CP) The first Pontiac passenger car pro- duced ;it the General Motors plant here in two years rolled off the production lino to- day. For last two years, Canadian- built I'ontiac.s had been manu- factured at GM'.s plant at Stc. Thercsc, Que., which now will assemble the sub-compact Vega. The change-over in produc- tion coincided with the end of the 1972 model year, The first car off the line was a 1973 Cat aline. will not apply In the county ind Hie drivers for the new school term beginning next month because tho county is tho buses, nil of [hem. have put out ads al- county seen tary-treas- urer Ken Duncan said. "The de-, cisiun handed down will he ret- roactive January I (his year up ,o the present. Next month it will bo the individual operators who will do the .school busing." Mr, Duncan said the council decided lo out of school because of "rising He said .school bus driving does not constitute the major source of income for the farm- ers and "some of them will buy II bn ses a n< I o pe rat e sc hool isihg themselves." The union spokesman said since it is summer, the drivers are on vacation and therefore there is no movement. "We hope when the new school term begins, this Ihing will he set- he said. Mr. Duncan said students, parents and schools will not be affected by (he county's goim; out of business. The fi- icing arrangements will re- main the same. Sleel plant to closed KIMBKKLEY, B.C. (CP) A damaged furnace has forced i deci.sioii to close C'ommco -Id.'.s iron and sleel plant here it tlie end of lids month, il was announced] today. Operations manager (J LI y snitl in a news release that the furnace, damaged Jnsl year, had made continued op- eration of Ihe plant unprofil- ible. The (32 employees who will jo affected by the .shutdown will be pvcu jobs in other Cominco Mr. Dow- ney said. The plant, which produces )ig iroji ami steel ingots, was iicralded as the bei'innmg of ati ron and .steel ituiuslry in west- ern Canada when it opened in the early JSGOs. hid for UN seat ivill be vetoed UNITED NATIONS (AP) Bangladesh's bid for UN mem- bership has run into a Chinese wall. A supporter of Pakistan in the war last December thai c rca ted Ba n gl ad esh, Chin a made clear Thursday that it would veto mcmlxjrship for the new nation of HO million people if the application got to a vote now. Rebel B.C. limber fallcrs return to work Monday PACKSVILLE, li.C. (CP) British Columbia's rolwl limber falters, off work for nlmosl four montlus in a dispute, .ire expected to return to work Monday nfter deciding Mini something is belter linn noth- ing. Chuck Evans, leading spokes- man for the rebels, onnoirnced Thursday that a meeting of fal- !ers here Hie previous day had voted by n six-vote majority lo stay off Hie tlieir Mtcei'ing comrnitlee, including Mr. Kvaiis, decided thai with defections from the rcbc] ranks increasing almost daily ;md with nn otwions split in opinion among the remain- der, enough was enough. "We decided to recommend that they rotnrn lo work, and they accepted II under certain lie said. The provisions are dial tho companies agree lo maintain seniority, reinstall} any men who lujcl been fired and show no discrimination. Since thoso proposals already had been of- fered the rebels at one point during the dispute, it was likely Ihoir acceptance by (ho com- panies would be a formality. Main issue In DIG dispute wag (he rebels' demand for a stand- ard piece rate formula to re- place a system of rates which varied widely from camp to camp under Ihe old contract. SIMPSONS-SEARS Saturday Specials Reg. x 50' clear vinyl brass pfatecl couplings. Hardware Men's 10 Speed Racers Reg. ,99 Everybody a JO speed racer, und notl hcltor 1o gut good heohhy cxc-rchc and ipffcdy economical than on your own hike from Simpsons-Stars. Centre- pul! brakes for safo Chrome Fenders, roe :l'm- Sportinrf GoOcfs Sony FM-AM Portable Radios 44'" Reg. Opc'rotes on tjaflenos or house curr'-nt. rcml illJi. difjl plus tuninf) Ifnch simpli- fy slalion f.nrfing. EarpliDno included. TVi anil fiodio. Vented Cool Cushions Reg. 16" Coil spring construction AutomotivB Dcpt. end Service Station Boys' Walking Shorts and Cut-offs Reg. to YOUF! CHOICE Assorted solid colours cind chocks. Boyi' Lacrosse Sticks Club Special Reg. St. Regis Extra Special Reg. .99 7-99 Sporting Goods Indoor-Outdoor Cassette Recorders .99 Reg. Has nutomolfc level control (or porfecl rocordinrjj time. Complelo rnil'f., AC odoplor, ono blfinfe cnrryinq cose. TVs ond Rndlo, Kingsford Charcoal Briquets Reg. Easier slurling, lontjer losting. 10 Ib. bag. Houiowarel Men's Dress and Sport Shirts 4-99 Short sleevo whirls aro Pcrmn-Prosl comft in assorled siylns and colours. lo collectively, Men's Furnlihmrji .99 Garden Carts Reg. Ideal for yard cleanup. Use to clear away grass tunings, weeds and leaves. ro 12 Exterior Oil Base or Latex Paint Reg. Gal. Don't leovc lhaf fcnco for anolhor yeaf. At llicsa you can have il looking liko Availablo in While, ShcM Ptnk, Fern Grcon, Nafural Slolc, Corol Sand, Topuz ond Empiro Green. Paint Depl. Junior Size 4-Leg Gym Set 28: Reg. 5 ONLY, Se( coruish of 2 swings, glider ond slids. Logi approx. 6' slide. Look for our oFlior onadveilisod speclult on gym teli. Toyi nnct Gamet 33% Off Swimming Accessories 2.66 4.66 640 Frag foot Swim fini Reg, Profetifonal Sty To Ftni Reg. Snorkel Tuboi Reg. 98c Sporting Coodt Garbage Bag Holders 4-99 Reg. Covered garbage bag holder has slurdy sled Frame. For uso indoors or cuMoors. Houiewarai Barbecues Reg. All sleel tomfrucriort, chromo plctlcd grill. Swing our spJI and motor Wheels for port- abifily. Six position spit and motor. 17- Finest Goose Down Blend Pillows 9 am ca. for Sltinclard tiza Gcr just tho hcnd up port from our finest ioff hlcnrJ of flooso Jown and imall foolhori. Per ma- Pro it cover II lippcrccl for caiy on-off. Machine waih'dry. Limited quantity. BffcIOinn ond lirtnn STORE HOURS. Open Dnily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thumlny ond Friday 9 to 9 p.m. Contrft Tclcphona 328-9231 ;