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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2ft THE lETHBRlDGf; HERALD January 17, 197J J2 MOBILE HOMES 65 HEIP WANTED TRUDY 54 AUTOS WANTED CASH PAID For used a- KoT.T.fnbelt. beloved 56 years, beloved husband of j husband o[ Mrs. Willemina Mrs. Jaiiiee Johnston of 1021 i Koiurenbelt oi Xob'.sford who Mih St. S. Lethbridge. Funeral died in the cily Friday, Jan. 5. arrangements will be announc- j 1S'3. 2t the age of T3 ed when completed. MARTIN j years, was K 1 p.m. in BROS. LTD.. Directors of the; the Ncbleford Christian Ke- Fraeral Senire. formed Church triib Rev. J. C6656 Mantel officiating. Pallbearers I were Bert F.. Eert M.. Her- man H., and Herman M. Kony- nenbelt; Herman BclinS. and John Wieners. Interment WES in the Monarch. Xobleiord Cnris- tian Reformed Mar- tin Bros. Ltd.. Directcrs'of Fun- RVMAV Loui; awav ia Lethbridge on Tues- band oi Ife. Frances Human of 1515 6th Ave. X. Funeral ser- i era! Serrice the arrangements. in charge of ars 40 MISC. ARTICLES WANTED For sc.-ool cf 76 SEWING SERVICES BRICK LAYER 73 LOST AND FOUND SPEED READING "i VV IMPROVEMENT MaTa'5 :'is SCRAP Copper Rsciais- Bclleries Alwcvs ccyi' more. HAT1CMAL SALVAGE CO. LTD, TRUCKS, TRAILERS. CAMPERS WANTED G; I- "y. BJ' A STUDY OF THE WORLD 71. MORTGAGE MONEY Fcrmers-Merchcnls Trust 309 7lh Si. S. Pncns 323-5543 SCHWARTZ JZS-jj? I--! E'ier iLL c1 90 CONTRACTS 79 PERSONAL r -v-- 66 OFFICE, CLERICAL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 63 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT ----t.s n -n-, TOE rr- W4MTFD s" -3-.J-'. IHc--'- J 47 RESTAURANT. HOTEL ._ EA5VSTT K r-cra 67JESTAURANT, HOTEL to AND REPAIRS'! PUBLIC NOTICE SALESMAN hcrr.e. Veres V F- c 64 MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED I _T- .T L" C- e 63 DOMESTIC TENDE3S WANTED FCS DEMOLITION Or COW BARN i HORSE BARN. CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION LETHSRIDGE, ALBERTA 65 HELP WANTED '-s' REAL ESTATE 84 GARDENING 69 FARM n TI IPAI I V_U L I U SIMPSONS-SEARS SALES PERSON S5 C-J.3 C> SUPPLIES Cancda'5 fcsres- Seeded Jg _ tail business nos In __ _ openings in the fieid FRASER VALLEY --v. CREDIT SALES MANAGEMENT T-J i-s- -T :2" c--. ?p-id-ec: :-j 3rd ?s INTERESTING OPPORTUNITY NSL OFF CE SIMPSONS-SEARS L57HBR1DGE, ALnESTA FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE SALT GRAVEYARDS FOR NUCLEAR WASTE Part SUCH' stonn hits BEIRUT 'AP Heavy sr.o-.v hrouur.t roari and railway traf- fic 10 a ctanri.Vill in raar.v parts o( ihc F..IS; HUh-.vays ar.d rail lines be- tween Lebanon, Syria. Jordan ar.d Iraq were cteed by what officials described as "the 'I'orsl snow the turn of the century A HAY Tho from Si. j Xfld.. to Victoria, B.C., is j miles. I i TOXXESOX Finwal ser- for Mrs. Annie Marie To> neson. beloved of the Late Mr. Lars TcnKSon died at Picture Butle Saturday, Jan. 6. rices nil! be held Saturday. January M. i'JTS at p.m. in the Christenseji Chapel, with Mr. Arvirt McKee officiating. Interment mil follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHSISTENSEX SALMON" FV- LTD., Directors _ of Funeral Sen-ice. I .Community Hall with Rev. _____ James Rismiller cfficianng. Bud Peter- FOOKS Jiilius Henry! SKlf Garry Gilespie. Detsis passed av.-ay in CaJ-, Rej-co'.ds. "Larri- Haler. John i garj- after a lengthy illness on and Harry LT- I Monday. January 15th. 1973, be- termeat was u'the farruly i loved husband of the late Mrs. jn the Enchant Cemetery.' Mar- Olive FooSs of Lethbridge. Mr. Directors of Fur- 1 Fcok5 was born in Church- eraj Service, was 12 chsrge of on Febnjary 1S91. He (o in 1911 settling in Mecicir.e Kat. GREEN" Funaral ssrviee Alberta, where he was. employ-' [cr James wmiam Bray- el by the eovemrnent join-' Grpsn. beloved husband ing the Canadian Expeditionary CI- i2-e v-ji Bray- Forces and went overseas in Green who died in the the First World War mth ibe Tnureday. Jan. 11. 1973, at 31st Battalion. .After his return 5ge g 75 years, was held at from overseas he married j p m Monday in Martin Bros. Olive Rescer in 1919 and he con- Memorial Cnsnel. 703 ISh tinued to v.xirk for the govern- x.. with Rev. R. L. Crisfield men: in Caiiary, and in officiating. Palibearers were Taber. In 1935 he moved to gtan Harzraves. iXm Higeios. Lethbridje and was the sheriff vr P. 'Bill! Skehon. here until when he wect to xige! Hall. Lou Ed- work his son. as n'jccson and Frank TTalier. In- the of X H Fecks -.em-.ent was in the family plot LOS AXGEUES (API Ttm shooting death of a Russian de- fector who became a Christian lecturer has created a furore among local Christian anti-com- I munist groups. pome of vrhieb accuse the Rii: in's sponsors I of exploitation. The Russian. Sergei Kourda- kov. a teaman who jumped ship in September, 1971. and swam i to the British Columbia shore. i was found shot to death Jan. 1 I in a motel room. Officials say j the shocibg was probably an I accident, not a suicide Bur Underground Evangelism of Glendale. the group I tha; sponsored Kourdakov, i claims the. Russian died under circumstances that were "strange11 and "uncertain." I And other conserva'ive Chris- tian contend Ucder- Biound Evangelist leader L. Joe i Bsss should not have encour- aged Kcurdakov to lecture. Kourdakov, a rival group 1 said, "should not have bsea brought on the stage with iis perils beiore having been for a few years a simple member of a church growing in grace and knowledge.'' "It may be unfair to say it.'' r anti-communist leader but they Evangelism i smelled money." Kourdakov. -1. was found dead in a motel ream he was sharing wUh Ihe 17-year-old daughter of a family with whom he boarded. Though a final coroner's report has not released, sheriff's officials indicated the Russian was han- rtiin? a 35 calibre pistol when it wont Daii-y group won't join Kraft (Cpi TC. A. Woo-frey. president of the Dairy Farmers oi Canada is tnh'sey the DFC board directors Mill support the Natiraal Fanners Union ia its of Kraft food prod- ucts. Mr. Wpolfrey told a netvs con- ierence that the b-Tard was lo consider the Kraft issue and to lay iss recommendation before the annual meeting of the or- ganization, uhich opened this isi a; the Ho'.ei .Vova Soo- and :i Mountain View Cemetery. years 350 be went to tie Brc5. Ltd.. Directors of onel Belcher Hospital for raec- pvxeral 'aras in charge ical reason and was there st cf the time of bis nsssing. He 'was a member of the Masonic Loige sr.f belonged to the ciira ES veil as a ber of Eastern Lxige. He leases r.o mourn hU ng: four daugbters. Mrs. Kay BelJ oi B.C.. Mrs. Aubry (Dor- othy: Hales of Cilgsry. Mrs Waller Butheriord oi Shiriev Daka o; PA VAX Requiem mass for Mrs. Kaihcrire Moved u-ife of --.e Mr. Jcta ftvan died tbs Th'jsday. Jsa. 11. 1973. E; the of K urriay in ft. Basil's Roman Cctho'Jc with uifet in the MC-.OC Benny jrjl Savix) Psv-nn. Frank The NFU has called for the in a refusal by Kraft to recognize the NFU's claim to represent c'liry farmers in Canada on a national basu. Tr.e Farmers of Csn- Eca Canadian flrme-5 s_-d has p-orjicial branches in ex- cept Nev.i'-XL'Kilajiti, a DFC in said. Luiversitv idea coolly received two bnxbers. Jaues E. in Med- 0; icire Ha; and Jesse in Kioseila.: e Albe.-ta: E'iiabei n Er-slsr-d. He was pre- deceased by "his Olive ic Fur.crEl senires be b the Augustine .Ar.gli- caa oa FrirViy. Jarj- uary ac p.m.. R. L. Crlifis'.c mnciaung. IKK- rner.: follow ir. TORONTO Tne fara- Uy c-f Ehe B, Pearson JOYES ixcral ser'-ice for Mrs. F-iiiabech be- loved wife of the Mr. Al- Friday, 5. "I .'el: ny husb.ind more inLeres'-K ir. the Csna- dian World College oc1 ire Order Lhe Eastern S'ar are recucred !o be a: the church on Friday. Januar.- -J'.h 2: p.n. to at- tend services for J. H. FOOES P G.P. CirEISTEXSEX HOME LTD.. Directors of Fraeral 5er- P-01. -r vice C-M9 Garcezs. Bre EMrectccs cf Pliers! Sor- We? ir. charge of ar- PUBLIC NOTICE PROVINCE OF AL5E.RTA DEPARTMENT CF HIGHWAYS 4 NO TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH CARDS OF THANKS ROXXEY V'e irish vey oi- sincere appreciation ar.d hear.felt ;ha.-ks to ai! fricTKls. neizrjxjrf. and rela- Lres !or kindness. r.o-Aen and csrcs nf extended to us durin- the re- Lhanks to the Heather Chapter. OE-S. Ted. Alan. Vivian and families C-.'. sttorsled ty :7i McNAB fr.r.iiiy of ih.o Mr. Murdoch McNab like TO express their sincere thanks in all cs aryl for cards, food phone calis. A 1 ihank you to the doctors arxi r.urres of Fort Macleod Hwpilal for care his to ihc Hov. L. D, Hankinttn and the paJibcorrrs to Anyone who helped in aiy May. Isabolle Cockeri'l and Jean McNab 5718 cerred ihs: furd raising ha? siar'.ed for the co'.lece and tiut one or H'.ore ;n Mr. rae-iory Moj'.d di- p'.'.Mic ir.'ioref. in th? I'rjid Wnr'd Collies have in ar.d Singapore 40 different counirios takinc last two years of hich school od-jc.-ition. Mr. a I'niied Na- tions univcTMiy couM bo es-iali- lish.xl uirhou: fho Metro group's nirrc.vnl. "Xo jales were clofed a( the meeURp. only other gates said, ;