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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams BIRTH TOI VA.VEX Terry and Barb ToivaD.a are excited lo an- fr.e arrival of a girl, Carrie Ann, 7 Ibs.' 7 January 1-1, 1973. 5W8 i DEATHS GIEBAV Passed away sud- denly on January 20.' I9rs! Mr. William Girbsv si the age of 18 years, belied son of i Mrs. Marjorie Girbav of Coal-! dale. Funeral arrangements will, be announced when comoieted.' JJARTK BROS. LTD. Direct- ors of the Service. 05757 IIATlDErt Passad away in Cosldale on Ssturtiay. Janu- ary 20th. 1973. Mrs. Elizabeth Hsrder at the age of S7 years. Funeral arrangement wiU be announced when comoieced. MAETTX EROS. LTD.. Direct- ors of the Funeral Service. C6755 CARD OF THANKS MOLNAR On behalf of our o.aar mother, grandmother and j great-grandmother, who passed i away on Saturday, January we wish to express our thanks to the doctor and tbs hospital staff for their care and kind- ness during rcr confinement Lhere: also to the dacior who i aiiended hi- for his j untiring eficrt. To Rev. Ken' Morris Icr his kicdness ?.nd at- tention: to the United Church Choir end crganist for their contribution to the service; to our relives and miny friecds wh? expressed their sympathy by calling, donating food, send- irj flowers ard cards: to Mrs. Howard Fen'on and the women o: the Moose for sen-ing a won- derful lunch, aixi the Moose Lodge for the use of the hdl: ;o all orbsrs who helped relieve our sorrow ui so many ways we give our most sincere thanfe you. Motaar and family. 5235 pniOCK Passed sway on Sunday. January 21. 19T3. Mrs. Muriel Diroock of Connors Head. Edmonton, ai the age o; TO years. Predeceased by her husband Dr. Homer C. Diraock May 197; and a daughter Mrs. Silly Upovs.ti in 1970. She leaves to mourn her passing, four daughters. Mrs. Julius Rodcers. Edmonton. Mrs. Joe Luco. Edmon- ton. Mrs. Dcmis 'Irene1 Frie, Mrs. i Susan Sturgeon. Yaiima. TTashiag- ton: grandchildren. Prayers win be: said Monday ftonirhil Et S b the Church of'ihe Assumption. Edmorton. where funeral sen-ices wiil be he'd Tuesday. January 23 a; s.m. will follow in St. Anthony CON- NELLY 'McKKLEY LTD. Phone 5967A VATH Mrs. Lena Vath. be- loved wife of Mr. Edward Vath. formerly of K2 Sih St. S.. pass- ed away at the age of 69 years in the St. Miehaefs Hospital oa Sunday. January- 21. 1973 fol- kwir.g a lenphy illness. Mrs. Vath bom at Danube. Min- nesota and was married there February "ith, moving to Montana in 1911 and brook'. .Alberta iii Mr. arxi Mrs. Vath moved to the Iron Springs District in 19C3 ar.d re- tired to Le'.hbridge in ir-12. She was an cctive nember of the I'nited Church iVoner.. the Oridr.s'. Old Age Pensiorsrs gardener who growing flowers very Or.e of her lion with her grindchildreri ar.d hfr Be- her Ed- o: LMge. Taber. she is survived by tiro sens. It. Walter W. of Red Deer. Mr. Ralph R. Vath of Le'.hbricice: one daushtcr. Mrs. Gordon McLaughlb of Tiber; r-T gra-drfiildren: S3.-; o: Alharabrs. Ciliforria. Mrs. w3s lh-2 of the Mr. and Mrs. Gustavc Reck, pioneers of the Iron Springs District. She was prede- ceased by two SCDS. Harold LT 1K9. and Normsr. in and by two sLvers and one brccber The :ur.era': feri-lce win be held en Vuxbcsiiay a; 3 p.m. in United Church. Intermer.: M-iy follow in Arch- r.wxi: Gardens. If de- sired, fnends r.-.ay make dona- tions io [he Caaadian Cancer Socie-.y. 4M Car.sda Trust Bids. Lethhridce. M.VKTIN1 BROS. LTD.. o' F-.neral Ser- Actor stabbed in stomach i XEW YORK (Reuieri Ac- tor Lawrence Tierney. 53. was stabbed in the in a sffeet scuiile in Manhattan. police referred. 1 Tierney. s IMOs actor who gained fame through his por- trayal of the gangster John Dil- bnger in the movie Dillinger. was reported in fair condition at a hospital here. Police identified Tieraey's as- sailast as Robert Rosado. 57. was charged felonious assault. Police said the reason for the altercation was no: known. Mmioy. Market investors told to watch gold issues TORONTO (CP) Gold, that precious melal which drove prospectors thousands of miles in search fortunes, remains something investors should keep in mind for long- term appreciation. While highly-publicized base metal and western oil stocks have been slipping in the last week, gold issues have stepped into the limelight. Many analysts recommend keeping a close eye on gold stocks, but caution there is a need for patience in such in- vestments. Issard, Robertson, Easson Co. Ltd. says Ere recovery of the gold index reflects' "a price recovery in the bullion market." There were reports from I London this week that France has called for a steep in- crease in the official price of i gold as part of a controversial proposal for reform of the i world curency system. The proposal suggests that gold remain the basis of a i new world monetary order. The old system collapsed late j in 1971 when a persistent i United Slates balance-of-pay- nients deficit forced President to suspend conversions of foreign-held dollars into gold. _____......___ Encouraging news for Can recent nvoiis ada's gold producers came last year when the federal government announced a three-year eicension to the Emergency Gold Mining As- sistsnce Act. The government said the June 30, 1973 to June 30, pro- vide the mines with a bass price of about S43.27 an ounce for gold and might delay Uia closure of some mines caught in the decline of the free-mar- ket price for gold. Canadian Business Service recommends the purchase of shares in Giant Yellowknife Jifines Ltd. "in tie chance of higher gold prices." The investment firm said the company's earnings nave shown steady improvement in Italy's biggest scandal dragged from under bed AREZZO, Italy (AP) 125 of them have died b the Italy's biggest posrtrar scandal. mean Lime. The friar was not charged. He told investiEEtors he Elderlv flag-waver Ar. o'd village wcmcn carries on irriprcvised Ssutn rrcnstration near Bung Cou, ncrth cf Tcwnspecp'.e marched i EDonscred parcde cpposina Vief Ccng's peccs pan. Big selling job for Olympics NEW YORK (CP) Deep' corridors rim a beehive of offices where talent managers of Iniernstional Fa- mous Agency are part of a team working on one of the biggest srnele-agency accounts, the Montreal Olympics. They estimate they will be able to bring at least S50 million into the coffers of the Games orcanjrers. less commissions, nith a good share of the money coming from television. On Jan. 3. half that amount was tagged for the Olympic kittv when ABC announced it had purchased the U.S.-only television rights for a record ra million, almost twice the price i! paid to televise the 197; Munich Games. However, p.s in all Olympics. the governing Internationa] Olympic Committee based in Switzerland takes a cut o! the television revenue, which means Montreal will end up with less than 550 million from ancillary rights, unless IFA really hits pay-dirt. There seera? little (o dispute the fact that TFA and its par- ent. Marvin Josephson Associ- ates are solidly on the sice of the Montreal organizers. As special consultant te the Comite Organisateur des Jeux Olympiques tCOJO'. IFA has the job. with COJO approval, of disseminating worldwide tele- vision and other rights and "ar- rangements.'' AIM IS CLEAR "We work for COJO." says Irwin Moss. IFA's vice-presi- dent for business affairs and administration. "We have one principal and that is COJO." He took pains to exDlain their relationship in an inierrew this v.eek in the offices of lie New York operation. But he said he couid not dis- close ail the details. "We had a formal agreement with COJO, the substance of which we can- not disc'.ose." Variety, an entertainment trade msgsrj-.e. estimates Ihs: worldwide television sales could trine Li nearly mliiicn. I7A is for tele- vision, rausic publishing, educa- tional films and a series c: pcst- TV As one of the world's larses: ts'er.- IFA top clients in L1-? in- dustry. But Moss pays i; r.ever reprcfsnted ABC in ;he plc ne.sotiarions. "Hov.- could we? As a tp.lent agency we have to see sides of an issue, but we can only represent one side cf a deal." .ABC had a staff lo do iis negotiating. Mess says, hui he admits ABC ably had the inside traci: "mainly because of the ex- cellent n-ork the network had done at Mur.ich." Koone Arledje. president of ABC Sports, says the network Wrong ingredients WASHINGTON (API The Food and Drug Administr.-.'ion auiounced the coun'jy-wide re- call of about lO.OOO packaged gingerbreadmen it said are rontamin- with mouse droppings. Tne ccokies. manufactured by Fed- cr.-l Bake Shops Inc. of Cin- cinnati, wero distributed be- tween Dec. IS and Jan. 3. will sper.d srother 51.3 million coverage eroenses. risking ABC's total coninai-.incrit S-10 such huge expenditure. Moss ssys. "Canadians can only frcm the planned exten- sive coverage.1' So.-ne like'y w.il be made for U.S. net- works to broadcast everts from th-o and Cari.ician wcrk? will have a wide srlec- lirn c' everts to choose irora. NEC was highly critical of i: said was the lack of open bidding for the TV rights, ar.d many Canadians fee! that reriurs the organizers would have dene better 1! Rousstau, and com- rr.issiorisr-genc-ra' of the Mon- treal Olvrnnic says both NBC ar.d CES were asked ;o sub-mil iheir bid; as eirJy as las; August. He says only ABC trok up the Us; cuoted Joserhscr., of 'TJA. as :he "ultiinate trie" as a e: ire agree- ment with COJO cou'd reach ScO rrri'iori to pv.t- tir.g n the hands involving parliamentarians from nearly ail poUiical parrie; and hundreds of other defend- ants charged v.ith hss lo CO'JT: !9 years after it first pulled from under a friar1; bed. The case began in 595? when investigators, acting on a tip. searched the famed Tuscan mo- nastery of Camaldoii. an- nounced they found ur.der a friar's bed four cases cotitain- a list of persons alleg- edly received payoff money to sward a contract to an asescy that collected, sale; and manu- facturing taxes on be'iit: oi the government. Several agency directors and the persons on the list vere charged pm'nr7-'iir ?2 rrol- lion. B forture b a country thst was just emerpng from the "Trs were actrused ot pariiETnEr.'uariaTiS, re- proracial and local ad- trinijtraiors to win their sup- port orer other agencies bid- da-.e for the Job. They include members of all Italian parties with the es- ceotion of the Liberals, the Ke- publicans and the Demxratic Socialists. It cost this Tuscan (own S-5.- 000 to prepare a court.room frr the defendants. Nuns flee noise BLUGOS. Spain (Keuler Bemcdin? nuns. wbD cb.-erve a of total p'.ac to (hair -i-year-old crnvcr: b the city centre here bicCiure of noise from traffic ard r.e.-r- by buildir.3 sites. new will be oa the city's outskirts. i inrestigciors hs received the cases from an agency direc- tor moments before his dasth. Tss maa told him tn htde the cases, which were locked, with- out revealing lieir the friar said. Bahson's Reports suggests Dome Mine; stock as a "strong bold'' in tie E73 range. Dome, considered a major indicator of Canadas gold producers, recorded a 65-per- cent increase in earnings in nine souths ended Sepi. 30. 1972. Eabsori's notes the withholding of about a third of South Africa's gold- produc- iio3 in 1972 has pushed the price of gold considerably hiffcer. Other stocks recommended by locEl L-jvestment com- panies and their approximate price levels are: Consolidated Textile Mills K.35: Finning Trac'.cr SI4t Standard BrDao- casting H3.63: Texas Gulf S20.53; and Simpsons Ltd. COMPLETE REBUILT AUTOMATIC WASHERS DRYERS AS WELL AS SPIN WASHERS 1-YR. GUARANTE FEELD SERVICES LTD. 327-6070, 327-6884 We will also buy any R.C.A. INGLIS OR WHIRLPOOL automatic washers or 505 dryers in need cf repair far rebuilding, We also have 3 fully qualified service technicians available for other repair services. Mother Russia hesitant about disillusioned Jews VTE.VN'A 'Router1 three Jeivs. dis- illusioned say Uiey will co on .1 hunger Firiko i( riovsr.'i :sko liieni hack. Mother :s hesitant AL a time when Jews by the p.re seeking (o leave for the promised l.ir.d of l.T.-el. red are held li.ick by Mxcs" and other c.v.irot meet. croup of Pii out is firdins it io po; hack. Tiie 9.1 live .1 ranifhai-klc Miv.na some h.n'e Iwn tlrore for IS while nwr.itinp Mitcow's decision on their plea (or re-entry. rn-eive i .ill will [a nMurn Inil iko M.-tio. fotird (or las: rnontji. members o! the croup said in interview's. another sis arrived here Irom Israel. 1'ROTEST NATIONALISM The proup many rea- sons, for krael. Most'y criticized are the economic sys- tem and Israeli nationalism. Israeli officials here who help co-orduiate the flow of Irom Russia to Israel term tlw ivnuld-he rehmieej say they prolxihly would not Iv happy in the Sonet I'n- ion eitlier. In .lenisalcm. an Israeli offi- cial rtifmLssoci Jews now wait- inp in Vienna to return to sia .-15 "an insignificant nimi- o: people who are riis- some because of I'y proMems. others becaxise they failed to cot jobs Ilivlin. head of the .'ewisli opency which handle? ti'eni. inimiprntion to Israel, said: Twelve loft Yienru for Uussia i "There have always been a Meantime, the Jews he-.-e. who have not received a reply to a personal ple.i to Loonid Sniviet eomniunisi p.-.rly loader, for his intor- vtvitioa. pa.v they will on a Iv.-.rrer strike if sor.iethinc i? no: dor.o. No date for a st.irt such n strike vvas r.ieniiomM. More 20 children are in the stranded criiup. Many of Ilv men left families behind in Rus- sia wh.cn tlioy per- piiiijn-.itr and then they mini w: livp wiili- oul their families. Ixaeh ku a tale of personal tragedy. 1973 PINTO WAGONS 9 UNITS AVAILABLE! cylinder, speeds cr.d cJ'orr.Q'ics. Yc jr choice Get ONE NOW Before Spring and SAVE! FARMERS! 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