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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ausvi1 23, 1972 THI lETHMIDOt HtKALD _ 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ___ TALF III BEAUTIFUL n V.llcy 10 Md llctnlM f HAY REALTY LTD. COLLEGE MALL Phone 327-7975 or 327-7077 BEAUTY SALON Four stations. coiniiWcly ei'J rycr.. downlovin locallw. Plenty ol par muM sell for rcJS Phone Jor UelfliK. EVEIIINOS I'HOriE Donald Of emoriatnA DEATHS LICK I'asscd away sud- denly ill Hie city on Saturday, August J9, 1972, Mr. Yoek Mon !il Hie ogu of 7-1 years of ai2 2ml Avenue S. funeral ar- rangements will be announced completed. MARTIN MHOS. Directors of Fu- ncri.l Service. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. (Established 1927) PHONE 328-3331 "Lisl wilh the Leader" COMMERCIAL LOT- area. (S x US loal lot- E0.s A" ru-e ooulh. Suitable Icr clinic or wore houw Dartara Bruchol at 3W 3357. MLS, TOWH OF YAUXHM.L Garagt or main slretl. lots. Large work repair'.. Contact Roy Clelanc at Exclusive. 74 TO BUY __ Schwartz A'jencies (1972) Ltd. Colltne Mall. Phcr-.u Reildcnlla'1. Commercial propirli.5. Farms and rancid. rce from 1S39 through 1944. ervice at Jacques Funeral iome, Calgary Tuesday at 3 .rn. If cJi'.sircd donations may a made lo the Canadian Can- er Society. 7505 MORTGAGE MONEY AVAILABLE OR MKUown VJU FOR CONFIDENTIAL APPOINT WENT III THE PRIVACY OF YOUR CALL N. J. GIL-SGRECHT 3J7.21B1: EVEtmJGS AND VJL-UK- ENDS, MORTGAGE LOANS LTD OUT OF HNOUIRIES 33A 75 CONTRACTS WEEPING TILE AND CFM v.-ork. Double J. Comlrucllon. 318387 or C E si SIDEV.'ALKS. PATIOS, .KKI'llKY Kuneral ser- vice for Mrs. Pearl Jeffrey, who died at Friday, 4, 1072, after a long illness at the age of f.'J years, was held at :i Tues- day, 11, in Martin Bros. Memorial Cbajjel, 13th St. N., with Rev. Anderson officiating. Pallbearers were Brent RusKcIl, Cochran, Geoj'ge, LeRoy Cochran, Larry Cochran and Ce-jrge Kcotter. Interment in Iho family plot in Moiiiitain View Cemetery. .Marlin Ltd., Directors of I''uneral was in charge of f'le arrange- ments. ALL REPAIRS rahlnj. MJ __C22ll'M RAINBOW PAINTING AMD DECOR- .itir.g 'JIM pnper. vinyl anil sprnv- Ina. ttlimalcs. Phone ALL REPAIRS. ROOFING. __ _ Al AND DOORS. 110 MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- IliG. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 37 Bj C J RENTALS Gravel leveling. Ccrnp.icllon ecjuip- mcnl. Controls tqiiipmcnl. Corral cleaning. Phono 328 -IKS Ave. S. GARAGEnUII.DIMG. CEMENT work Anderson d CARPFIJTRY Intj, repairing. olc. Town or counlrv F I. Ctmslnjcllon. Phone r.r PUBLIC NOTICES HHEVBN'AK Mary periments there and Ihon com back and get a new perspecliv on the Dr. Latham to newsmen. Apollo 17, the last of t] planned U.S. manned moo nissions, is scheduled for De- mbcr, ond Dr. Rocco Pet- nc, Apollo program director, Id a news conference he oesn't expect any more U.S. lonned moon visits for at least I years. Drs. Latham and Petrone ere two of five panel mem- >ers from Notional Aeronautics n d Space Administration who described for clcgatcs from 107 countries List what geological findings ic Apollo missions have made bout the moon. IAS REGULAR SHOCKS Dr. Latham said seismic- movement monitoring equip- ment on the moon has here are regular monthly hocks or "moontjuakes" thai occur about 800 to kilo- metres under the moons sur ace. These are apparently solid surfaces. lie also described other ___. data, including indications tha the moon's crust extends abou 1 kilometres. Apollo astronauts Dave Scott and Tom Matlingly described their observations of the moon's geophysical Icatures and how they had collected the rock samples that many of the scientists attending the sessions have since had opportunities U> examine. Earlier, the same section of the congress on planetolopy had discussed what Is known about rtcrcury. Dr. Robert Strom of lie lunar and planetary labors- ory at the University of Ari- ona said what little informa- ion is known indicates it is composed of about 65 to 70 per cent metals. Dr, Paul Lowman of the God- dard Space flight centre, Greenbelt, Md., described the outer crust of Mars as "in a stage of evolution somewhere jetween that of the earth and the moon." Today, Dr. A. P. Vinogradov of the U.S.S.Il. academy of sci- ences, is scheduled to describe the Soviet lunar space pro- gram. The congress, which has at- tracted more than inter- national scientists, holds sepa- rate meetings in 10 sections so l that every geological subject, from Arctic oik to Zambian minerals can be discussed. SWIPE SNAKK I NEW ORLEANS (AP) Somebody forced open a cage aat the "00 here and made off with a four-foot python. Larry Pell, aquarium supervisor, said the snake was quiet and slow moving, preoccupied with its digestion. "He was extremely healthy and worth at least Fell said. CONTINUING TONIGHT AT 7 P.M. IN THE 4-H BUILDING IETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GROUNDS WICIIERS Funeral service for Dirk John Wieners, beloved hmbam! of Mrs. Annie Wieners of 12lh St. N. who died suddenly at Calgary Wednesday, Aug. 10, 1072, at the of 71 years, was hold at p.m. Saturday, Aug. in the Nohle- ford Christi an He formed Church witli Rev. officiating. Herman Wichers, Johnnn, Neal, Bert and Marinns Kooy- nentelt aixl Molcnaar. Interment was in the Noblcfoni Christian Reformed Cemetery. Atartin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fiuieral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. I-'AF.I.LKR Funeral service for Joseph Faellcr, beloved hus- >and of Mrs. Ella Facller of. 1st Avc. N. who tiicd in he city Saturday, Aug. 12, 1972, jftei- a brief illness at the age >f CD years, was held at >.m. Tuesday, Aug. 15 in Mar- !in Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 St. N., with Rev. Bruce Field officiating. Pallbearers were Sy Voller, Frank Voller, Glenn Lumbcrt, John Duda, John Timnnbcrger and Sylves- ter Sanders. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bios. Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. from the betty shops DRESSES Young styles, assorted fabrics. Plain and printed. Sizes 5 to 15, 8 1o 20. TENDERS tlO.OW rrom Pit. lo Rnymontl lov.'n pump- i4 milr-s ydi. oh rtpilcinaloil o.MM ytK SlocVriilrd. "ill o'l Ir.n rr.i> tj.iiiv cloir-b p.'n. 7Crh Ai'tj Job tit Air. V. Gilc Secretary Iff Raymond, A r Inn r. 1. PROVINCE OF AIRERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SCA1T.D TENDERS will tw rccolvrrt by Ihe up To II o'clock AM. Stflml.irrt on Friflny, Sfp- fombcr IS, far Mi" Inllf.v.irvi COUSTHIK.TION OF A PH fi STKf.SSF D CONCRF-. It BRlOOt: OVI-R THE CLFAHWATC R RIVfR AT I anil Sppcificalinni may be oMrtlned nf 1tiu Olficc sack, a ged 7 yea rs, be- lovpd wife of Mr. C'onrml snck, 433 7A Street N.K., Cal- jjHiy, iiway at the Cal- fjjiry Oentfi-iil Hospital, follow- ing a lengthy illness. Besides her hclovccl Imshnml, r.hc is also survived by three Victor and EdwHrcl, Champion and Rimer, Vulcnn; two daughters, Mrs. P. J. (Doris) Schneider, Aberdeen, Smith Dakota and Mrs. Jamas (Hoion) Gray.C'ar- mangoy; l-ri grandchildren anc! two prent one brother, Mr. Adam Kon- sluik, Calvary mid Miss .K Konshvik. Ucd Deer. She was prodec'criscd hy a KDM, Irvine, in Ifl'iO. Itorn at Saralov, Kussin .she, came In in UU2 In and in Iti21 moved lo Champion v.hcre she farmer, with her iuLsband nnlil retiring in 10CO returned to Calvary and n.-sitJed at Calvary since. Mrs. t.eb.sack was a member of Salem Kvnngclicnl Church. Scrv-icp.1; al Salem Church (M5 ftA Street Calvary) [''riday. p.m. Ilcv. F, K. Vorrath Rnrial, family plot. Vnlt-an C'cmclery, Friday. p.m. LKYDKN'S F U N E U A L I10MKS LTD., Directors of Ser- vices. O7fiGOA OSTI.EIt Funaral service for James Ostler, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Jcannic Osllcr of 120C 4th Ave. S. wiio dictl in the city Friday, Avig. 11, after a brief illness, bulrl -t 1 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. la, in Mar- tin Bros. Traditional 812 3rd Ave. S.. wilh Rev. L. lankinsim official Honor- Try pallbearers wrix- Mniu- cier, J. H. Slacey, II. Polling- son and K. Ac-live pall- icarers It. Jorspcr.-on, A. Cooli. J. A. TlmnsfKl, C. lesporson Interment in Mountain View CeniC'Icry. Bros. Ltd., Directors of Kor- vicc. in nf ar- CARDS OF THANKS 11UDD We wish to express our sincere thanks and appre- eidion to all our friends for Iheir many acts of kindness (luring the long illness of our sister, Lillian Ttudd, and for the messages of sympathy follow- ing her recent passing. and Hilda Proctor Clegg and Family. 7619 SCHWEITZER We wish to extend our sincere gratitude to the doctors of the Haig Clinic. St. Michael's Hospital staff and all of those who visited Dad in hospital. We arc grateful also lo all of our relatives, friends and neighbors for Ihe flowers, and cards received during our recent bereavement. --Pat and Jim Peacocke --.lack and Mary Schweitzer. 7512-2.1 10 SKI JACKETS Nylon oulershell, fortrel fibro fill concealed hoods. S.M.L. 15 SWEATERS Novelty skinny ribs and plain. Larqe array of colors wilh contrasting trim, S.M.L. FROM r, Mirjhwflyi riulltilnfi, C.ilqary will to xvfl.lAhlc 1o Individ- f.l t rri'f..j. inq mil wfn h.ivn rslA! Eishni A of In F'ovlnct Alhcrtn. A of tlol- will rcrjuircd for r.vh f ol f nnlriicl nnd Sprcihr I, hiit nun! rtcroinpflnlptJ K'--, r.f Wn.lrr. Icnrkrs v ill cpcrr.d ii pi-tdk Th.-, iv.'.rst e.r Icnrftr nJ ncxcss.uily PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER VII of Darcns, Alls, offers for inlc by -endef, one Mancy Tcrguson 703 InrfiisMfll Tracror, Loarlcr. Dcndllnfi frr Tender i, Sep1. R, Thp riird in Hie cily 115. 1072, after a hvief s al of Iti a.m. Suttirchiy, l-1, in Mar- tin Hros. 'I'riuMliur-iil CiiaiK'] v.illj Unico Field officia- ling. vrrr Dave Parker, lion- r: Tuin I'arhor. Pel or Ticlilvr iiii'l Cnyliv In1nrnic'n1 as in lii" Mm in I f'alvfiry