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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 68 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES COIN LAUNDRY By rr.ust sell, full cr parl ti-.e Good 1X3- licn. FBSJ returns en as 10 ret Terr-.s I Wash, 9f28 Tlhi ST. S c j 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS Births, Deaths, Funerals, Thanks, Memoriams MORTGAGE MONEY Farmers-Merchants Trust 309- 7th St. 5. Phone 32B-554B 90 CONTRACTS clean a-.d '.'.'ILL DO RU'.'PUS RCO.'.'.S. CJ boards. rerncceillng. Free DO YOU NEED A RU'.'PUS RCD'.'.. CUDbosnis, re-odelM-a cr recalrs in ycur hor-.e? E erd L Pha-e cr ALUMINUM WISDO.'.S A..D DGfJRS NO MAINTENANCE NO !NG FHOME JONES 57J5. Clt3i.ll FRED Cu'.'ENT v.'OSK, tasf-fr's cjc. iv lurtd, Ires F03 K'TCHEN cupbcards, pr.me B. Raven, ts'i- matn. C-iHAC-ES, CUPBOARDS, RUVSUS rooxl AN -.His. ios Frei P c- n e or Jii-jJ-i. _ GARAGE BUILDIMB. CEMENT !nd r.g. and C ASD J EDU1PVEST CCV Ar. DEATHS FUNERAL VATII Funeral sen-ice for Lena Vath. beloved wife of Mr. Edward Valh. formerly of 912 Cth St. S., v.-ho died in the city Sunday. Jan. 21, 1973, after a long illness at the age of SS years, was held at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Eouthminster Un- ited Church with interment fol- loving in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Brian Vath, Grant and Kenneth McLaughlin, Alan Winfield. Gor- don Nesbet and Jimmie Smith. Honorary pallbearers were Gecrge Forier, George Murray, William GLffen, Kenfleth Me- Gregor. Ralph Tennant and Joseph Palmer. Interment was in Archinount Memorial Gar- dens. Martin Bros. Ltd.. Dir- j eetors of Funeral Service, was in chr.rg-3 of the arrangements. GATTO Passed away in the city en Friday, January Sii. laTJ, Mr. Emest at the rtge of 73 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Zella Gauo, of 170B Lakeside Road. The fu- neral arrangement nil] be an- nounced v.i'.cn completed. MAK- TIX BROS. LID..'Directors of the F'.meral Se7-vice. C6357 OWEN" May. cf Wremham. passed away in Calgary on Thursday. January 25. 1973. at the age of CO years. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTEN- SEN SALMON" FUNERAL HOME LTD.. are in charce o; arrangements. C6S55 Mehille. passed away in the city on Tuesday. January 2jrd, 1673 at the age of 70 years, beloved husband of pearl Glennie of 427 19ih St. N. Funeral services will be held in tV Chriri.sriS.ea Chapel en Saturday, January 27th a' p.m.. Rev. Ken Jordan officialir.g. Interment vnll follow in the View Cemetery. CHR1STEN- SEN S A L 0 N FLTvERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Fa- ne-p.l Service C6c.54 PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS TENDERS GATENBV ihtirsday. Jan- lisry -5. 1973, Percy Wiiliara Gs'.enbv. need r; years. Vul- cnn. formerly of Champion. ted Chu-eh Mcrday. p.m.. Rev. J. Wood c-f'iciri-i-g Inte-- ir.er.i 171 Archmotir.t Cemetery. Lethbridge. In lieu of flowers. m-.v be risde TO the Canadian Diabetic Association, ISth Ave. N. E Olr-ry. U'LCAN FUNERAL HOME, fa charge cf CSS52 GIREiV Funeral sen-ice for William Neal Girbav, be- laved son cf Mrs. Marjone Gir- bsv of Coaldale who d i e d suddenly Saturday, Jan. 20, Hi73. at the age of 18 years, was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday b Southminster United Church Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott Pallbeare-rs Kim McLennan. Jake Harms, John P.oest, Harrington Staddon, Ron Duda and Tom Meisden. intermezi was in Mountain Cemeter.-. Martin Bros. Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, v-as in charge of the ar- Friday, January U, 1973 inHBRIDGE HEMID 19 Wrong cure for heartburn? CARDS OF THANKS Funeral oration DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TECHNICAL SERVICES BRANCH TENDER .McfREARY a'.vr.y in the on January 1973. i.: the ace of 61 vears. husband of Am McCreary of 1251 5th S. Fimeral servic-es Iw te'.d iii the ChrL'iensen i327 iCih S.1 on Mon- day." .TE-.iii-y n a.rn with T. W. Roycroft of- ficiatir.g. will follow in the Mountain View 7r-ry. Flower? de- c'icr CHF.ISTkNSEN" SAL- MON FUNERAL HOM: LTD Directors of Funeral Service. C6S53 BYRNE To an our friends arxl relatives, we humbly say Dr. Briiy Graham delivers ihe graveside sermon over Ihe of former Presi- you." You will never dent Lyndon B. Johnon on the IBJ Ranch Thursday. Honor guard holds the flog. know how milch your kindness- j------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- cs have eased our grief and ;r.3de it bearable. Dianue. Man' Ann and JL-s. Bill and Louise. Dennis and Barbara. 6185-29 EDMONTON (CP) Taking1 antacids to relieve heartburn and acid indigestion after a heavy meal may be worthless, two doctors said Thursday. They said they believe heart- bum is caused by bile, itself aa antacid. Dr. Lloyd D. MacLean and Dr. Hany S. Himal of the Royal Victoria Hospital, Mon- treal, said their recent studies indicate that medical term for probably is caused by bile es- caping "from the small iniestine through the stomach and into tire gullet. Fresh outbreak of violence NICOSIA. Cyprus (Renter: Dynamite e.tpiosions rocked the j homes of Cyprus police Chief i Sawas Antoniou and four of his senior officers early today in a fresh outbreak of violence, i Sticks of dynamite were i hurled at their'houses in Ni- cosia and Paphos. western Cyprus, but there were no im- mediate reports of casualties or i damage. I The explosions followed tie distribution of leaflets in the name of guerrilla i I organization winch fought Bril- i ish rule before Cyprus became i I police- i men. judges and schoolteachers to refrain from soti-EOKA ac- tivities. President Makarios has ac- cused EGKA's founder. Gen. George Grivas. of reorganizing it to continue the campaign of r union) with Greece by i Bile, a green secretion from the liver, eaters tine rrr.al! in- testine or gut just after food leaves the stomach to aid dites- tioa, Dr. MacLean b an interview. However, if the two muscles that close the en- trance and exit of ihe r.omacb are weak, it's possible thai bile and food nil! flow backwards into the lower portion of the esophagus or gullet, he said. Previously i: was bsiieved that heartburn and so-caijed acid indigestion were caused by the backup of stomach acids, Dr. MacLean said, adding thai this is the reason for the popu- larity of anta- cids. Dr. MacUan arid his col- leagues base tbeir research on several posi-surgica] palieir.s who have bad sumach opera- tbns thai purpose'y made the eiit and entrance muscles :a the stomach weaker. These patients all showed subsequent signs of esopbagias. he said. However, when another minor surgical procedure was cone that caused bile to enter the intestine further away from the stomach, the esophagitis cleared. Sudanese i plotter? sted Babies "need monitoring in final pregnancy stages EDMONTON (CP' All he told a news con- woman's vagina and clipped to iabics should be "monitored1' ference later. ''Why should the baby's scalp, be said. irid newborn babies be Trained doctors, nidwives advances in medi- end nurses ro-Jd test for heart rate, breathing rates and. in told reporters that some cases, could make blood Joseph J. Watson. Our" thanks Thursday. machine "about the size of a tests, also'to our friends and neigh- nave reached a point small radio can be set up. Cost of orie such machine Elevator strike talks to resume arres KHARTOUM. Sudan iReuien A retired Sudanese army brigadie- and 11 noE-commis- sioTied officers have been ar- rested and accused of plotting to assassinate Sudenese Presi- dent Jaafar El Nimiery, the in- terior minisirv announced to- We would like to exter.d our sincere thanks to I our doctor and his associates a: the Haig Clinic, to the Sisters of Martha and the nursing staff bors for Lhe floral tributes, r-p'r ?T-'-5-'s E-d t- y STREET, D. V. Telegraph lavoffs feared OTTAV.A I r.lo-. Ca'n's r. se-v- could put ItxS o: brrs out of v.o-.'X-. r.iet 1-ero itcr Gerard Rc-bLi o: ri district cli.-irr.-.'.n c.-' the member Tele- Ir.ior. said [lie delegation had earlier me: Opposition leader Robert and NDP Lender Ps- vid Leu-is. He said Mr. Polictier in- dicated the Canadian transport commission ivould ensure th.it TNT would n.-ini.rin sif.nd.irds senice to 111? public but covemment covld not cio 111? opposition parties thoy nould do what they could, lie s.-id. Mr. s.iid lli.T. layciis M clerks, k'lctvpe and tel-> r-.-.OTie Ofvr.'.Iors. r.nd co.r nu'-s- t.gers ooctlr if CXT r.irries out plnr.s to n'.'.-.ioc tlieir mossnce traffic Reason for ttie cu'.'Mck is Ix-nip given as .1 (iec'.iiio in tf'.o Offices in 11 centres will be c'la-ed en weoV.cntls a> .1 ristil'. of Ibe cutback in scrMccs, anJ staff would also be reduced in i other areas, Mr. Cowan said. I WIERSMA Silica, passed away suddenly in Eittte j on Wednesday. January 24th, i at the age of 4! j beloved husband of Anne" Wiersma ef Picture BuUe. Mr.; Wiersma bom in ihe Neder'.ar.d en September 27tn. 1P31 and his schooling there. Ho came to Canada to Brant b 1P4P. later moving to Vulcs- b -P51. In Mav 1P57. he married Anne van Eootselaar: in Vulcan. They moved to Pic- ture Butte in 193? where be. our.e-d and -.lie Simci Bakery with his family the time of his passing. Left i to mourn his passing besides his lowing wife. Anne, are four children. Rita Anna. Jack Ler.- arc. Anna Mana and Simcn Andrew, ail at home: his oar- cnts, Mr. end Mrs. .Tetze Wiers- ma of Picture Eutte and his mother and father-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. W. van Rootselaar of Co-lhirrsi. Funeral will be held Li tlie ChrLstensen Chapel Mth St. S.' on Sat-. iL-il.iy. Jar.uary 27th at 3 p.m..' v.r'i Rev Jr.rr.rs Chapman offi- liter-en: mil follow in :r-: Cem- eiery. CIIRLsTEN SEN SALM-1 ON HOME P-'-.-.-M-S cf Fitr.er.-l Service. CK136 cards, and letters of condolence. We clso like to express o'jr heartfelt ihanks to the doc- tor and the staff of the Picture Butle Municipal Hospital for the lege of wonderful care he received dur- geons. ing his recurrent and recent ill- ness. Also our thanks and ap- when new diagnostic technology by the bedside of a woman in would be between 515.CXO and should be introduced in matem-; labor. During the first part of S40.KO. iiy care.'' ihe Nes York pediat- labor, a small stethoscope-like "However, the cost of keeping rician told a special session a: sotrnd recorder can be taped on one brain-damaged child for the meeting of the Royal Col- the mother's abdomen where' one year is SM.CW." Physicians and Sur- the baby's heartbeat can be: Dr. James said (hat constant beard. monitoring of babies would re- Later, during the more ad- duce new-born deaths, bran need stages of labor, a small i damage and other deformities be inserted in the! thst occur because of lack of --------------------------i to the baby during de- livery. "About one-third of all babies in intensive-care units come be- came c-f problems that arose during prob- lems even when the mother had been carefully watched through- out her pregnancy." Dr. James said good during pregnancy also is essen- i LONDON (AP> Britain's' Ir, his speech. Wlutelaw made tial and wouid help to identify administrator in Northern Ire-' clear that a united Ireland is those women who should have _BOSCH In loving memory land warned feuding commu-; the eventual aim of British pol- first priority for mmitorbg electronic monitoring technioues have been applied in preciation to Rev. p.. L. Cris-1 special care in medicine and wire can field, the pallbearers, pallbearers and the members of the Rose Chapter and our mam- friends who helped in so many ways in our bereavement -The Watson families: Ruth and Joanne Munro. OJ539 IN MEMORIAMS Feuding Irish sides warned The statement named tie ar- rested officer as Brig. Abdel Rahim Mohaxaed KLsir Shan- TORONTO 'CP i Negotia- j nan. who retired from the lions will resume in an i several years ago. eifcrt to settle a five-month Shamian led armv stnke by elevators constructors. asainst Sudan's first rr.iji.arv Lsbor Minister Fern Guindon of rj'.er. Geo. Ibrahim Abbmd i Ontario announced Thursday. IKI. Later, b? was arrest M for Mr. Guindon said in a press 1 trying to overthrow the Abbcud release the talks between repre-. regime. He was released when sedatives, of five affected the civilians regained poorer in elevator companies and the In-11X4, elected to parliament in temational Union of Elevator and lost his sea: Li IKS. Constructors would be held Li a 1 do-.ralo-.vn hotel. I The talks, adjourned Jan. 13. i wiJ resume uader W. H. Dickie. assistant deputy labor minister i in charge of industrial relations. He will be assisted by Victor Scc.tt. director of the ministry's conciliation and mediation sen-- ices, and Jack Sperannni, as- sistant director. The five companies struck by 2.SOO members of the mion are Otis, Armor. Canadian West- iughouse, Montgomery and Turzbuil. w SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Lid. of a mother, grandmother and j nities Thursday to end their dif although he admitted that great grandmother. Cecilia ferences or face a future of des- such a goal is distant because Bosch, who passed awav Janu- j pair and ruiserv. ary 26, 1972. .._.-. Just a prayer from those who loved you. Just a memory food and true. Only the British army, he said, is preventing a civil war.; FEATVRE COUNCIL William Whitelaw. who as Whitelaw indicated that the seeretarv cf state hss v.lelded another session, doctors of the nolence which in four' were told that gonorrhea has years has cost almost 700 become ''a tremendous epi- demic" in Canada. Dr. R. A. H. Kbch. medical professor EI McGiU University. said rates of this venera! dis- ease is "higher than It's ever our hearts TO. will live I secrelal> CI nss vaeiaec govemmeni's policy c j all executive power ir. the north statement on Northern Ireland Becaus; we though: die world I ?ince last i -feature all-Irelaad coun-, of you. i hc will unveil a political to establish cooparetion be-1 remembered b v FUNERAL Ri: UlY 071 Sun- ,7.-.r..iri-y :.lichelle of Glen .md Prisciila Er.-Aty u.' 14; Kamicops Ave.. Siie also leaves e sisters. Virginia Pc-bra. G.i.l. r.imeia and Barbara: a bi'otii- er Johnny, and her ents. Mrs. G. R. Brady of Vauxntill. Alben.i and Mrs. R. Baranyi of Lcthbridce. A'.- bei'ta. Tiie ftiiier.il sen-.ce in McCall FLORAL CHAP- F.L. .lolir.son and Sts.. on Tiicisil.iy, .it i.Ti p m con ducted !-y ti--: .Iclii Wit- liitornici'.t Iicy.il Onk rMlri.il Park. CARD OF THANKS i-AMl'lillll. I like to my snvcro tivinks to 11 my (neitiis. tot- tlie lovely flowers. cr.rJf, t.-.ts .ind iV-v.no c.ilis to me on tho of my rlciir liusl-oiid. Spoci.il 1'i.iy-ks r.il tin1 i-.-.lii'e.irri-s ;r-.- mi'ui- bors of Cli.irity No. it7. Ctimjibell. EASTERBKUOK In I0v and gran-rlcind. Rclar.d Esster- brook. wro po.ssrd r.v.av Janu- ary 2ti. IPnO. bnck at ntcnwries Audrey; Hany, Rob "WcitanLs anc' Koman i southern republic. Dr. Kicch and rwo csher panel Catholics. would give no date members si-.id that s'oo-j: so per r of the can: of women oon't Lirw :7iev ____....... hnve the difease because thsy n-.e-.T.ory of a (ie.-_- husbind. dad r-5 ccnimu- I: is known that the British i'.ave co 11 J However, doctors new hsve they can go forward to in- r.r.-1 lookir.s: at STi'stems of fed- ar.d achieve- errd goverrraerit in Canada and iot West Gemaay m trying to map of for Northern ye.-.rs 1 had to- Ard leave tlie rcsi 10 God nis w i niv'iit. for tiio- a.'x1 .1 of great re.silieroo .in.1 "oiit if tliey srtir.i this orpor- tur.t-y and remain they i can look fonvard o.ily to a fu- rcn-.embened of increasing miserj- ano e, daughter and' despair." As spoke in London to the Association of .American Iiosni I- loving memory Correspondetit.s. two bombs of a dearly beloved mother, -blasted stores in Belfast, the Fr.ndmothcr and great-grand- Northern Irel.ind capital. Onc motlier. Cecilia, who was called set off a major fire and dis- l-.nne one year ago Jan- rtir'ed Irafiic around city hull. 2iiili. 1972. Polioe bl.inxxi tlie bc.iiibings 1 ClfUrHlll (-'r.lv ;i cluster of memories I1n the ir.ilit.ir.t Provisional v.-ith a million tears 01 ;J-1' outlawed Irish Republi- i .1 i, God had spared her can Army, which is fighting to (It HI 11 For jtis-t a few more years, force Northern Ireland out of This day do remember, 'to United Kuipdom and int d that abJjt eight per cer.: rr.eri hr.ve no Dr a Mueprir.t for Norihem Ire- Kinch said. L. id. The th.i! fo- Thoir ,iim v.ill be to produce norrhea ?.pr..irerily is Kvominc a system which guarantees the more virile, said Dr. J. J. T. C.-.tholic minority a f.-ir in Morrison, chief of the venereal policy making arw adminis- disease control section o: the tration. v.-hich Calhoh'cs claim Ontario hesl'.h dep.irtment. The denieri then during the Toronto doctor said th? ciiseaso hs'.f of Frotestant-domi- is beine spread through the f il-e British last March. A To ihe thotipht we give the Catholic dominated Irish one no longer Republic. But in cur hearts still lives, i Neither oi the Relfusl bombs It impels keop their watch up cr.used cast .illie.s. siu'tv. Vlnrlier a bomb bl.imed Protesunt wrecked a Catholic b.ir in Fortadown. 17 miles from the capital, Rnd in- lliroo persons. A hostile crowd, whioh hrtd g.v.licivi-1 to security forces from investigating, was 1 by body, causing kidney. ;oint and even br.iin camTige :r. fene indiMftuaLs. orf.inism also is ir.c m.vi1 ro.sist.mt to drucs ih.it l-..-.ve effective ag.iiis; it. so ;h.-t r.o-.v either larger of or newer, differ- i en; antibiotics have to be used he said. f.DMONTON' A tele- PuHnJ .sryvi.-.l demanding th.T. the death Thursday evening, 5S7 doctors bo retained for killers to fellowship in college, a form.il rio.ise. God. just let her know Tli.it ue down liere do not Wo e and miss her so. Always loved and mnem- N'reil by IHT sons, daugh- ters, grandchildron and preat-grandchildren, poliav.ien. j.ii! pi.ir.is .ind other ponc-o offiivr> tivl.iy to Alberta's '.a MPs by the SO.uXMnember m of Allvrtti. dispersed by troops firing rub- 1 sentences to life imprisonment, ber bullets. sent th.it they have y_ The college conferred honor- .iry on Dr. Ren- CSA prosicJent Bill Rro.id sflid j.itnin C.i5lJeman of Roston. the feels the death penally Prof. Norman M. Pott of Scot- is i ho only dc-ten-ent. His OKMII- bnd. Pnif. Jean Hamlmrcer of deplores the govern- Kriwce. ]lr. Charles Huggins rt meni's conimuUnj: of death Clucago and Sir Norman .ho lidded. (coato at England. The meeting riiiis Sahinliy. i MONTH-END SPECIALS! 1971 FORD 429 Police Interceptor 1 7 f 7 1968 Buick LeSabre i DR. HDTOP SI 679 1969 OLDS. DELTA SS S2579 1970 FORD LTD COUNTRY SQUIRE 1973 Dodge Charger 5-DR. HARDTOP s, 3iJ JV. AT SPEClAt 54879 1969 FORD FIDO RANGER S1879 1973 D500 DODGE r-rlft, NOW ONLY 1972 DODGE COLT DOOR SEDAN 1970 Chev Bel Air 3-DE. HA5DTOP ReQ. C097Q SPEClAt Diil 7 1972 FORD TORINO Vr 1972 TOYOTA CROWN STATION WACOM USED CARS 3rd Avenue and llth St. South IFTHBRIDGE Phone 328-9271 ;