Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
ig ._ THE ISTHBRIOGE HERA'D - Thursday, February 1, 1973 3� FARM MACHINERY j 44 FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT FOR SALE V APPLIANCES I 49 TRUCKS FOR SALE OV.'ATONNA MIXERMILL. 117 MODEL _ With bale shredder. SI600. Will rake grain or cattle. Phone 236-2153, Gran-iini. 6409-2 FARMALL H TRACTOR. COMPLETE ,T A GREAT NETWORK OP CANYONS,MAY HAVE BEEN! CAUSED BV THE COLLAPSE OF UNDERGROUND FAULTS ---but thev show ~VP!CA1 Si!(=> IS, Or fcP.OSlOM BY V-/ATSR. ptiOHAPB Tut.-. ;-/os; SiPf'-CTACULAR. 0!*>Vr : A H'JSfj VOLC'-'-'.'IC CO!-,:" wi*/ O'j/f/pic.A., ;,:o )/.H.,. DIAME-;T"::R, P.'S � !fri A M'! A?/j./r THF. s:i;::, /,- at National Neon where Dodd and another youth were caught, siphoning gasoline from a company truck. Dodd will be returned to jail to complete a two-year sentence for breaking and entering. He was also given an additional six months imprisonment. AI arm screams lo be shul off Residents in the downtown area waited impatiently for Lome Ericksen to open his jewelry store this morning at 6 a.m. Mi'. Ericksen was the only man with the necessary key to get into the store and turn off the wailing burglar alarm. The alarm went off by mistake and screamed for more than 20 minutes.