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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 13 THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Doenmbcr 16, MUSICAl INSTRUMENTS 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT SPECIAL PURCHASE TRUDY I 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS srFn.M M u i A 0 41 PRODUCE FOR SAIE 42 TRUCKS FOR SAIE r-ORD MAI r I' '1, DISPLAY 117; U F-T. WIDE UM'I i COALHURST I MOBILE HOMES Phone 327-3744 twai-H I 44 AGRICULTURAL WANTED T-.N AUTOS WANTED Ofl) rri-OE. Glynn_____________________ CASH PAID r and truck i or will ;it TO'.''N c. COUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 323-3654 146 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES WANTED SOUTHERN S1AMP AND S1ENCU. Kuboer ildinps. corporate s e s i etc.. i. time-clay icrvire. Avc. 6. Phcne 320-5114. if Save on Reupholstoring j your Furniture! TV 7 i Police Jnncm M, o, LnLt, J.i Pha "Thank goodness! I had a funny feeling ynii invited those boring Hacktons over to surprise me uii my FEMALE HELP WANTED 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS 43 "TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILERS AND CAiVPEEs LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD. HIGHWAY ?5 SOUTH PHONE OR PARTS, REPAIRS AfJD .SERVICE VOLT GAS for V'.V Phcne after p.m., 377. 0991 WANTED WArjTED CHAROLAIS COWS AND heifers Phone 234-4392 or Box 733, Fcrl MaclEcd. 4301-18 DEAD STOCK CF charge LETHBRIDGE RENDERING. Phone 325-lJji, Lethbridge. HORSES WANTED ALL and Judge Frank Dimlap of Renfrew counly court was found guilty Wednesday on a charge of ob- structiiiR a police officer. He will be .sentenced Jan. 21. Dunlap, a former professional football and hockey player, was charged following a ear chase near here. He was a passenger in Hie car driven by Larry Regan, general manager of IMS Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League. Regan was charged with dan- gerous driving hut was acquit- ted. Dunlap was charged with common assault of a police offi- j ror hnl the charge laler was re duccd to obstructing an officer. Evidence was that Dunlap in- si.sled on being with Mr. liegan u'hile he was in the police sta- lion being charged. Dunlap is expected to appeal the decision. Hijtirkrr jailed for live years LA PLATA, Argentina !Ren- ter) Robert U'C Jackson. of Alcoa, Tenn., was sent to prison for five years Wednesday for his part in the longest hijack en record. His 22-year-old (iau- Icmnlan girl-friend, Liicreeia Sanchez Archilla, who accompa- nied him on Ihe II.non-mile. 41- hoiir hijack, was jailed for three years. The pair seized n Hoeing 707 of Ihn Brnniff Intornalional Airlires in Mexico July Idl- ing Ihe pilot of the N'eu York- bound fliKlit to head lor Algiers. LEWIS Passed away Raymond on Sunday, Decem- ber 12, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Harold Herbert Lewis, at the age of 85 years of H07 SOU) St. S., beloved' hus- band of the late Mrs. Maude Ann Lewis. The funeral service will be held on Friday, De- cember ;7, at 7 p.m., in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev. Dr. R. K. Elliott officiating. In- terment will follow in the Drumhellcr Cemetery on Sat- urday at. p.m. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, .112 3 Avenue S. (Courtesy parking at the rear of the MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C9135 DARKER Hulon B., pass- ed away in Magrath on Wed- nesday. December 15th, 1971 at (lie age of 70 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Lottie Barker of Magrath. Mr. Harker was born in Magrath on August 13, 1901, the eighth child and sev- enth son of the late Bishop Levi Harker and his wife. Martha B. Harker. He lived all his life in Magrath. In 1924. he married Lottie Godfrey. He was a suc- cessful farmer and horseman. He was active in community affairs and particularly in the LDS Church where he held many positions in the Aux- iliary organizations. He served in the Bishopric of the Ma- grath 1st Ward for eight years. AI the time of his passing, he was a member of the Taylor Stake High Council. He had a beautiful singing voice and sang in choirs, male choruses and quartets and was request- ed to sing at many funerals. He leaves to mourn his pass- ing, besides his loving wife. Lottie. OCB son, Melvyn 11. of Salt Lake City; one daughter, Mrs. Jack (Eva Kaye) Cop- pieters of Raymond; six grand- children; one sister, Mabel H. Clarke of Salt Lake City, and three brothers, Charles of Cal- gaiy. Earl of Cardston, and of Magrath. Funeral ser vices will be held in the Ma- grath LDS Chapel on Satur- day, December 18lh at 2 p.m., with Bishop R. M. Dahl offi- ciating. Interment will follow in t h e Magralh Cemetery. CIIRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL H051E LTD.. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C9132 ItlLEY Once again it is our pleasure to wish our rela- tives, friends, and neighbours a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Belle and BUI Kiley 4702 t .______ nOGTEROM We wish our friends aiyJ relatives in the c and district a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. May our Saviour have a place in your homes this setlon and Arnold. 4681 GEKI.A We would like lo wish all our friends and neigh- bors a joyous Christmas and Happiness throughout Ihe com- ing year. Karen and Greg Gcrla. 4GS2-13 ROURASSA A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year to all our relatives, friends and neigh- RIFAI "-Maurice, Shirley. Richard. in Robert, Deborah and Diana Eourassa. I Heathrow Airport, the busiest in Europe. S'.varms of detectives D.MIt Wo would like to ex-1 were on the alert for guerrillas. tend our heartfelt wishes to all others were guarding three Jor- our friends and relatives for a i danian princes, leaving for Merry Christmas and a Happy home on a Royal Jordanian Air- New Year. I linos jet. .Johnny and Neva i Sect land Yard detained tl'iO Bair. two men and thni halted the. BOAC plane as it was taxiing toward the runway. All 108 pas- SMEED Wishing all my scnpcrs were taken off, ques- family and friends in the Edith tioned ;nnd searched. Police Cavell Nursing Home; also in cheeked luggage for bombs or Golden Acres, a Very Merry guns. Christmas and Happy Now j SHOT IN HAM) Year. j The airport disruption was part of a country-wide search '031 for the attackers who riddled j Ambassador al-Rifai's Hm- o u s i n c with sub-machine-gun i fire, fiifai was shot in the hand i in Ihe ambush. I Fearful thai Palestinian guer- rillas might try lo kill King i Ilussei'i of .Jordan's Iwo small sons, leaving for Amman on i Christmrs holidays from their EnEli.'h hoarding schonl. police b'Mh g'.i'ird. Mrs. Emily Smeed wares company cleared CARD OF THANKS 1'ILLING We wish to ex- press our sincere thank you to the doctors, and to the nursing iJaff of St. Michael's Hospital for Ihe care and kindness ex- tended the late Mrs. Hazel Pilling. A special thank you to Rev. R. W. K. Elliott for his consoling message and deep understanding. Our sincere ap- preciation and gratitude to friends, relatives and neigh- bors for the floral tributes. j carets, many expressions of i sympathy and to who I helped in any way during our recent bereavement. -Mr. and Mrs. G. Pilling and family -Mr. and 'Mrs. II. Pilling end family ItOCKKT LAUNCHED KOI1110 U, French (iuinna (Renter) A Soviet M-IJ. rocket, equipped with a French hvad, was launched successfully Wednesday miles into Iho 1 upper atmosphere. hc A i 1 4 Mil li. acq four eharges of publishing mis- lllL> leading advertising. District Cour; S i Cormack said he would give i no reasons for the acquittal he- cause of the complexity of the evidence in the three day trial. I but said he would furnish a I written copy of his reasons to j the lawyers involved if either j side decided to appeal the dc-': j cision. In their at end i nflhr trial, both Ingrid llullon.; Ha- .-uithPiih-ity i a federal departmenl today ef a i .nuiniiiiinue, lawyer, and defence emmse! pnrl-iPy T'o ile l.ih- ,1. McDonald said that Alberta IMI QikOvc. received by Giflwarc's customers were gel-; a l-'rcnrli-lannuapo iiev.-spnper i ting a good deal on (lie bicycle ,-nd i.-nlici sialion here Wodnes- models that were the subject of: (lav nigh! Ihe trial. The j Mr. McDonald said that Ihe crown liarl called Donald Mer- i kel. merchandise manager for lowing an anonymous telephone Acme Novelty Co., as a wil-. lip slurHv p.m. nesi and that liis leslimony had The (L.-ciuin'iit. purpoi'lwllj1 shown that Acme's operations: from ihe Lous veil nf the and catalogue wei'e similar to, declared an end In 1 those of Alherla Giflwaros. The basis of ihc charges agains! Alberta Gifluares was advertisements for Ihree bi- cycle models in Ihe company's catalogue. HAIL KII.LKll PARIS (Heuterl Two rail- uay wo-kmcn v.cre v.l'iM P; i: struck by a train Wednesday in niglit nt Argcnteuil, liCiU- Paris, mcnl publislicd in Ir Devoir. s by I1--' and stilled thai j! lo Mlnpl I'i.-rrn Vallicres's ivi.'nl of view in the and lo use a new ai'h to liberate aulhor of While r.s of America, dcnmmcoil Ihc use of Iri'rorisl laclics in nr arlillll U'i'1! Ihc p; Va ;