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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATHS BAERG - Peter, passed away in Lethbridge on Sunday, February 11, 1973, at the age of 77 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Minna Baerg of Coaldale. Funeral services will be held Friday, February 16, 1973 at 2 p.m. in the Evangelical Free Church, with Rev. H. J. Jost officiating. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7236 DAVIS - Anna Mary, aged 70 years, of Fort Macleod, passed away at the University Hospital, Edmonton on Thursday, February 8, 1973. Born at Till-bury, Ontario, January 29, 1903, came West as a child with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Barr, settling in the Ardenville District. After her marriage to the late Frederick Davis on February 14, 1925, she has resided at Fort Macleod. She was a member of Christ Church Anglican of which she was a choir member for a number of years; A life member of the OORP. She was predeceased by her husband, Frederick, June 20, 1954; also by one son and one daughter and a brother, Delmar Barr. Survivors are one son, Wayne of Edmonton; two daughters, Mrs. L. M. (Ina) Palmer, Maryland, U.S.A.; Mrs. Frank (Luella) Ducharme, Fort Macleod; 13 grandchildren; two brothers, six sisters. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Ron Hunter will be held Tuesday, February 13 at 2 p.m., from Christ Church Anglican, Fort Macleod. Interment in Union Cemetery, Fort Macleod. EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod, in care of arrangements. DEATHS PETERSON - Vern D., passed away in Raymond on Sunday, February 11, 1973, beloved husband of Mrs. Clara Peterson of Raymond. Funeral arrange-in e n t s will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7234 PELLETIER - Isaac, passed away in Lethbridge on Monday, February 12, 1973, at the age of 74 years. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7235 HAUGEN - Passed away in Claresholm on Friday, February 9, 1973, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Ole "O" Haugen at the age of 84 years, of Raymond, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Margaret Haugen. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 1 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Harold W. Martin officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7232 CARD OF THANKS HASLAM - The family of the late Rex Haslam wish to express their heartfelt thanks to all who helped in any way during our recent bereavement. To each and everyone your kindness will never be forgotten. -The Haslam families. 6969 FREE TRIAL OFFER! w YOU OWE IT TO YOUR- SELF TO TRY THE NEW SENSATIONAL INVENTION THAT CONTRADICTS EVERY j , IDEA YOU'VE EVER HAD No. 800357 ABOUT PIPE SMOKING. SMOKE A CAREY PIPE ON A TEST BASIS FOR A WHOLE MONTH AT NO COST TO YOU! The E A. Carey pipe Is the only pipe with the patented "MAGIC INCH" built right Into the stem of a top grade Mediterranean briar pipe. Thanks to tha �'MAGIC INCH", the "CAREY" pipe does a lot more for you than any other pipe. It delightfully cools the smoke, so there's never a bite, even after hours �t constant smoking. It dries the smoke, so you'll never get any drip or sludge. It mellows and sweetens the smoke, so you'll enjoy your favorite tobacco more than ever before. Cinee "seeing Is believing", I also say "Smoking Is convincing" and I want to send you one Carey pipe to smoke for 30 days at my risk. At the end of that time, (f you're willing to give up your Carey Pipe, simply smash It with jb hammer and return the pieces to me. The trial will cost you nothing. Writs today for FREE trial offer. E. A. Carey, Depl *60V, 26 Duncan St., Toronto, Ont., M5V 2B9 � Okay Mr. Carey. Send me your complete trial offer so I can decide for  myself whether or not your pipe smoking friends are right when they I say the Carey pipe is the greatest smoking invention ever patented. � M*"�__! Address- Clty_ -Pro v.. -Codt_ CARDS OF THANKS GILCHRIST - My sincere thanks to all who sent cards, flowers and gifts, visited me, and made enquiries about me. To the doctor and staff for their care and kindness during my stay at St. Michael's Hospital. -Nople Gilchrist. TETZLAFF-A sincere thank you to my doctor, nurses and staff Fourth Floor, Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for the care and kindness extended during my hospitalization. Thank you also to friends for visits, cards, gifts and flowers. A special thank you to Mrs. Mary Flexhaug and all the children of my class for their lovely letters. May God bless you all for your thoughtful-ness. -Inger Tetzlaff 6949-12 IN MEMORIAM SEMENIUK, Dr. Steve - In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Dr. Steve Sem-eniuk, who passed away February 12, 1966 in Rising Star, Texas. We cannot bring the old days back When we were all together, But secret tears and loving thoughts Will be with us forever. -Always remembered and . sadly missed by mother and dad, brother and sisters and their families. 6966 IN MEMORIAMS ZMURCHYK - In loving memory of a dear father, Mike Zmurchyk, who passed away February 12, 1948. -Remembered by Pete and family. 6965 McLEAN - In loving memory of Agnes, mother, grandmother and great - grandmother, who passed away February 12, 1969. No longer with us, our lives to share, But in our hearts you are always there. -Loved and remembered by Don and Colleen, Tom and Sonja and families. 6967 Marriage agrees with Trudeau TORONTO (CP) -Marriage seems to agree with Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, who waited 51 years ebfore trying it. Mr. Trudeau, speaking Sunday night on the CBC's Weekend television program, said he was "always a bit afraid that marriage would reduce my freedom." But the prime minister said he has found the opposite to be true. Asked to describe his marriage, he said: "Wonderful." Mr. Trudeau was 51, when he married 22-year-old Margaret Sinclair March 4, 1971. North Korea seeks treaty to officially end 1953 war By RICHARD HALLORAN New York Times Service SEOUL - Informed South Korean sources said yesterday that North Korea had secretly proposed recently that a peace treaty be concluded to end officially the Korean war, which was halted by an armistice in 1953. The South Koreans reportedly rejected the proposal because they feared it would lead to abolition of the United Nations command here and the withdrawal of American military forces from this peninsula. The sources said they expected the North Koreans to Pattern Novelist dies NEW YORK (AP) - Robert M. Coates, novelist, short-story writer and a staff member of the New Yorker Magazine since 1927, died here foUowing an operation. He was 75. After the First World War, he moved in the Paris set known as the "lost generation" which included F. Scott Fitzgerald, Earnest Hemingway and Gertrude Stein. He returned to the U.S. In 1926 when his novel The Eater of Darkness was published. ACCOUNTANT REQUIRED BY FIRM OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS Must have 3 to 5 years experience and be able to prepare financial statement. Reply in writing to Box 136, Lethbridge Herald ON WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28th, PLAY KGINOVISION IN YOUR OWN HOME Sponsored by KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS LETHBRIDGE COUNCIL NO. 1490 The Rules of Kcinovision: 1. Only those cards which have been validated are eligible. See the instructions above 2. You must validate all six cards to qualify for one of the ten early draw prizes of$100 each 3. Each game requires a complete blackout. Every number on your card must be covered 4. A winner will be the person obtaining a blackout In the least amount of numbers called 5. Confirmed winners will be required to present their winning card to the Committee 6. If there is more than one winner5 In any one game, tie breaker games will be played. The winner will receive $2000 and the remaining $1000 will be divided equally among the consolation winners All decisions of the committee will be final Here's how to make your cards eligible . Send one dollar for each card you wish to use (or $5.00 for all 6). 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THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario press their proposal when they met with South Korean officials again in the spring. Because the issue is so sen- i sitive here, the sources asked not to be identified. South Korean officials routinely turn aside questions about negotiations with; North Korea. Should tte South Koreans persist in refusing, the sources said, the North Koreans will probably make their proposal public in an attempt to bring international pressure on South Korea. The North Koreans were also expected to ask their Chinese allies to urge the United States to agree to such a treaty. The peace treaty proposal was seen here as a new element in a steadily building North Korean political and diplomatic offensive against South Korea. South Korean analysts of North Korean affairs said the Communists intended to try to force the United States to withdraw from South Korea, to entice South Korea into reducing arms, to lower South Korea's international standing and ultimately to foment a revolution that would bring all Korea under North Korean rule. Monday, February 12, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - IS Price switchers at work in department stores LOS ANGELES (AP) - In department store dressing rooms and around mixed-up clearance tables, the price switcher is at work. A switcher takes price tags off cheap items and puts them on the expensive ones he wants-be it a knockout nightgown, a fishing reel or the latest sounds of Santana. He goes to the cash register. If the price discrepancy is caught, he can shrug and say: "That's the way I found it." The switcher is a relatively new kind of thief. Store owners say he was created by discount houses and other high-volume retailers whose clerks are usually not' acquainted with all the merchandise prices. No one has been able yet to determine how much the switcher steals each year but Los Angeles stores owners say he is as dangerous as the shoplifter. How are the stores fighting back? Some use perforated tags against switchers. Once removed, the tags self-destruct and can't be re-used. Others put only experienced sales personnel on the cash registers, those who know the stock prices. WANTED! $7500 IS URGENTLY NEEDED TO COMPUTE PAYMENT FOR L.C.t. BAND UNIFORMS Cheques should be made payable to l.C.I. Ban.' Uniform Society and sent to K. Sauer care of The L.C.I. RECEIPTS FOR INCOME TAX PURPOSES WILL BE MAILED. Be^iAouuj from PHILCO Beautiful Credenza design* with a massiv* base and moulding which characterize Spanish furniture. 26,000 volts of power, Phileo's auto-lock channel tuning. 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