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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta i nc i i muguai 40 Will Wesley rise Calif. A mother and father touched their eon's body Sunday and prayed forth Wesley Come forth They hoped he would raise from the dead. Wesley had had diabetes for five years. He died three days after his parents threw avw his insulin they a faith healer in their Assembly of God fundamentalist church had cured him. The parents prayed for four hours over Wesley's coffin Sun- day before leaving the chapel to attend another son's birthday party. They said they would bury Wesley but believed he would rise from the dead after four days. About 200 persons came and went from the chapel during the service. Barstow police said they have sent reports of the case to the San Bernadino district-attorney's office for re- view for possible criminal com- plaints. iv met Roast chauvinist pig on menu 1644 Mayor Mag rath Drive Phono 425 Westminster Shopping Plaza Phone 328-7833 Tuesday August 28th to Saturday September 1973 LONG ACTING ANTIHISTAMINE S mg. 18'j or 4 mg. 36's. Sugg. List 8 mg. Special COLO TABLETS 24 Tablets. Sugg. List Special Reg. 19c SPECIAL RING Sugg. Lilt 98c Special No. 2 Sugg. Liu f. Special Narrow or wide rule. Fine quality paper. 225 Sugg. Lift 9Bc Special f V Gentle Family laxative 16 oz. bottle Sugg. Ltit Wonder Soft ft. _ SpecialV Facial Tissue 200's for r Mouthwash 30 oz. bottle Sugg. List SPECIAL GILLETTE Super Stainless Steel Sugg. List 79c DENTURE CLEANER 16 or. Sugg. List Special V1CKS FORMULA 44 COUCH SYRUP 5 oz. bottle Sugg. Lilt if SPECIAL K mass 3 SYRUP Relief from Colds and oz. bottle Sugg. List SPECIAL W Also available in Tablets. MCE 'N' HAIR COLOR list H K BRING US YOUR FILM____for Processing Receive a new Color Film FRfcE or o Discount on each roll de- veloped. Feminine Napkins Plus or Super 48's Sugg. List SPECIAL S BjBPja Open Wed. 9 a.m. to p.m. Thurt. and Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. FREE DELIVERY Comer 5th Are. and 13th St. N. PHONI 32I-7I33 425 Westminster Shopping Centra PRESCRIPTIONS REVLOM Open Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. till 9 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. k- REE DELIVERY located in Zellert Shopping Centra 1644 Mayor Magrath Drtvo Phone 321376O PRESCRIPTIONS MAX FACTOR POST OFFICE WITH BUILT-IN SHAMPOO Son expected to rise from dead Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Parkier talk to newsmen in their home after the death of their son Wesley. Eleven- year-old Wesley died at home after his parents threw away his because they said a faith healer in their Assembly of God fundamentalist church had cvred him. SENECA N.Y. groups took to the parks and streets across the United States Sunday to cele- brate the 53rd anniversary of women's suf- frage. The day marked the signing Aug. of the 19th amendment to the U.S. con- which gave women the right to vote. In a women's fair continued in a park a block from the While House. A noon rally was scheduled for today. Singer Helen who creatad something of a femiaist anthem with her rendition of I Am chose to entertain women prisoners in a prison on Rising dough costs hardship to bakers WeeWhimsy Terminal Island in Los Angeles. The equal rights designed to wipe out all dis- crimination against w o was not forgotten. Its progress has been stalled after 30 of the required 38 states ratified it. RIDE FOR RIGHTS In Fountain Square was the scene for a for where bicycl- ists and roller skaters adver- tised the amendment as they wheeled around the plaza. About 200 women met during the weekend at the University of California at Berkeley to dis- cuss women's liberation. Decrying by or- ganizations choosing women for Karen head of the Berkeley National Organization for Women women organize and work to- we will be the victims of this tokenism. is power without hu- manity. Woman is humanity without power. We need a woman's In the N.O.W. chap- ter presented three local offi- cials with Women of the awards for their ef- forts on behalf of women. Feminist films and a female rock band were highlights of the celebration in the Min- neapolls-St. Paul area. chauvinst was the main dish at a picnic held at Rock north of Or- Fla. VANCOUVER Sky- rocketing meat prices may be most people's but for Gun- nar the cost of dough is even more startling. Mr. Gustafson is the owner and operator of Elsie's one of Vancouver's remaining family bakeries. He says due to the spiralling cost of ingredi- there will be even fewer family operations in five or 10 years. When he went on holidays at end of the price of flour was a hundredweight. When he returned two weeks it was He uses I more than pounds a month. Also waiting for him on his return from vacation were let- ters from his egg no- tifying him that the cost of eggs were going up to 56 cents a pound. He had been paying 46 cents a pound before he left. Since the cost per pound of other ingredients had also soared. Almond paste has gone to from cherry pie filling to 44 cents from raisins to 59 cents from and walnuts to from 66 cents. According to an information sheet circulated by Robin Hood Multi-Foods the price of flour rose when the federal government announced the end of a fixed domestic price for wheat in July. Now the cost to Canadian millers is determined by the ex- port price of which has been rising daily. Most large bakeries buy their flour under contract and so have assured prices until the end of August. But because Mr. Gustafson has no he's feeling the increase immediate- He says also that because bigger bakeries order larger they get better prices. That's just one more reason why the family baker may be a vanishing he said. Mr. Gustafson has carefully calculated his increased costs since returning from vaca- has had to make an across the board increase on his baked goods of from 20 per cent to to 25 per cent. He has had complaints from customers but still only thing that will make you or break you is quality. The price has to go up. But people 'Don't change the quality.' Like any expensive peo- ple won't buy bakery goods ev- ery he said. When they they want to be able to taste real butter and eggs. But the financial problems haven't dampened his enthusi- asm for his work. the most marvellous he beams as he stacks pans of hct-from-the- oven gingerbread men. it's hard on the family. You live for the For the first three he said he went to the shop each morning at a.m. to make the dough and would work until 8 or 9 p.m. During the past he has been able to afford two full- time assistants who share the early-morning duties. he still puts in a 10 to 12-hour day. His manages the store and his and help out after school and during summer vacations. f 1 ___i f_______ Sweden hi 1956 and it took 13 years to save the money that brought them their shop. we first came we felt very insecure so we worked twice as Mr. Gustafson said. But the sons of espe- cially prefer now to work for an in-store bakery such as he where wages arc hours reasonable. no responsibility. No He added that there's no ac- counting for taste or changes in taste. Sally Johnston receives tha original art for her Wee Wnimsv. Send yours 10 this papsr. MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE Subjects not to be taken lightly Our Co-ed Styles for Fall '73 look great around campus or high school. 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