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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 65 HELP LOST AND BUSINESS s BIRTH KUEHN Mr. and Mrs. Harold KuehD, Warner, are pleased to announce the birth oi a daughter, Shcnma Reoee, born December 14, 1972. A caw sister for Paula afld O7 J j-unerals, s, oTw PERSON WILLING TO LEARN BAk'-Ing trade. S'Mdy empiovmeni- 327-W34, FROM Hh AVE. N. twi speed. Reward offered. 379-3781 cr SUiLDIHG IfJ SOUTH-ern OKa.issan. Returning excellent revenue. EDX 71, Herald. Tenders v.lll be received by In- Town cf Coaldale until 3 p.m. January tor complete Liability and Ccmposite Mercantile Insurance for Ine Tnwn. l.nft-si 5r any lender ral rwrKsar-Ily accepted. TOWN OF COALDALE 970 MECHANIC WITH AT LEAST TV.'O years experience (or uied car operation In Lettibrldge. Journeyman license no! rwcniary. Write P.O. trrall. F-EB Gi'a reefed P h n cr a hs-re occupaiin cf-rice fsr e osrieral CDnirarlw e; ?i01 Read. Any perso-T eJfecrfd ty seid may a jvcn Ts'ie-s w. 1 ts ty the S :J IK PRUNING AND REV.CVAL ty prices. BUILDING, C E M E N Viil, r of epassl to tho Orrire cf CIfy C'eck h rre Hell sny r" 70 HOSPITAL tll-btKL c1 S'r. q-D M.' 5 AND J FCUlPVcNT If, If fCP) Three London rosi were sentenced Friday to 12 years' imprisonment and a fourth received an year term for their roles m a "Sherlock Holmes bank tbefl" in which the loot is estimated be. n ten 53.5 million and P7 mil-h'on. The 1971 tbeft not orJv resembled the plot of a break-in foiled by Holmes but also took place on Baker Scree'., where tie great fictional detective had his residence. Walkie-talkie radios used b] tie thieves ES they burrowed the last short distance into the Bafcr Sreet branch of Lloyds Bank accidentally relayed news of the crime as it happened, to a operator who lived in a nearby London street. Only S75.200 in cash from the to'.al loss has been recovered. Four other men. in addition to those now sentenced, are stil being soaetit in the case. ESTIMATES VARY A spokesman for Lloyds Bank, asked Friday to evaluate the loss, would say only thai ''we tiers are widely varied estimates. ;i Ssaicnced Friday after plead ing guilty were Anthony Gavin a 39-year-old nhotographer; Thomas Gray Slenbens. 34. a car dealer, and Reginald Samuel Tucker, 3S, a comnanr director. Sentenced to eight years was another Londoner, Benjamin Wolie, 65, a merchant. He had been found guiiry o: entering the bank and stearin cash and jewelry. T.i3 'nKft closely Mowed the lines o; a crime committed in Sir Arthur Ccmsn Dovle's book The Red-Headed League. In the book the criminals made use of a pawn broker's shop adjoiriing s bank, while in the 1971 crime, the raiders a boutique next to the Lloyd's branch. In both cases, the tunnelled through to the" bank, ensuring beforerian-j that the shops they remairied empty during the opera-uia. POULTRY AND S6i_ri n'il 6t 6? 1 :Oj ya-r -i" Ct.irBI "EL'.'L'TK DVCK OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TECHNICAL SERVICES BRANCH REGISTERED X-RAY PETS AND TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS ary. ina .s upon r1 exve nsVed Tr.e Trust Co-K-.y. s' 7-3 A.'sr.Le c1" K73, "9 'Vil Jr S 3nd sK.-ri' es hels by 6 IVES, OFFET CARLTON THE RCYAL TRUST COV.PAS'Y Town lesse IT-i MEMORIAMS BACEDA In loriag memory of a dear busfaand, father and grandfather, Joseph Baceda, who passed awar Januarv 27, 1ST. Somewbsre beyond the siaset, where loveliness never dies. He dwells in a beautiful garden 'neath Kue and gold of the sties. "We who have known and loved h_m. whose paning bnjugbt greai pain. Will treasure his memory forever. iKril we meet again. remembered by ins wife Juha. Fred, Remb end Bruua and c-6 effe- 6 p. RICES' ESKIVO COG. hid ell V.n'lt. after 6 c for t-'s bee aci-'e CE-B b sc-'-We-i E C. New W bed X-rev is iy.der ji r-rt V EK-ct'ltr.l Ml try A. c. WiLUAY-s, TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In hi? rf ROBERT STANLEY c! BUSINESS c d ci-rrVe deck, sr.'s e--d AN'D GIFT SHCP NjdC- tns! Sil Sav. VIRTUE AND COMPANY cases, cisclay s'aidf. cf a CsrVied pay '3 tr-s Receiver C--r-rsl e FERS.E MEMORIAL HCSFI.AL, P 0. BOX c OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS r, AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "list with the lecdsi" Listing Lekes 'i; r--Sesled isrcc-s f-S'sei ES fsr Ei'e'e. 71 TEACHERS TRANSPORT SE-LED b- rece'ved c.s? i-e TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS SOS, cV :-e CITY NOTICE !H twv-i-; --e p? ffw escvs c "VIRTUE "AND In loving COUNTY OF VULCAN NO. 2 COV.'.'ENC.'.C- -T K- ..-.'rr St- EDUCATION "PLACEMENT OFFICE University of Le'bbridge Interviews to be he'd Jan uary 26, by the Superintendent cf School County of Vu'csn, No. 5.E C2 iire-a arliy D. P. graodfather, Joseph Tro-iek. wiw passed away January TVe bring fte old back. VTnen we were all together. But secret tears and Iovin2 Win be forever. Ever remembered by loving wife, daughter Betty and fsmijv, 6231 In loving memory o: a dear and father. Mike Hsnzel. who passed away Janaarj- 23, Sonieirhere the sunset, where lovehness never He dwells ia 5 beautiful EIT-dci 'naiuh the blue arid cold o.' the skies, We hr.ve knowr. lovtxi him wboss naroag broagh: Will treasure his memory for-ever. u3tD we mee: again. ingly rcmembereri bv his w-Je Marv and son Edward. D -ex AT FOR rt Tor. V.'lej r' W bridge, Aliens, f-iv TO CREDITORS AND vs- seek ._' -s-i'sl v. "f c' cf Tie s t-e en the LETH3S'DC-E 1-. c' CLARES'CE GiJS. FIELD TESTER !3> L-? IS? CiV a? cr A -TAKE NOTICE eli hav. i-c '-c fi'c'e o' r-ar.w f'ls u.-rferTisnfrd BABKI AND 72 LICENCED KINDERGARTENS, per air-L'm for Ihe fr erecring an ex's' to d" E'c" crz-i'ccts' A r 5''" :J Trust Letn-bridse. or 10 the charirv oi their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors Funeral 73 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES P AVP VPlI IP TO TO A PAY RAISE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA AND TRANSPORT v and -.--s c; .11 c-.vv F. of" W--.J-, i -c l'Jr JA-'I ?--t-.--N.W J.''c.--v. Alhc-la. a-.l f'p i ?.-d N1 or.ly (a 1-3 .d.-a.s rcg'stc-pd s-ri -ocrafing In I--e Pw--. 4ise..fl 'j. c...vs CJ 'TwMty-Fixc MvfltU- I.i Prcv. iv rpanired fee 1-1 r-1-' L-WCJT 'r ceWrJ-e s "-e CALL -01 ASTRO REALTY LTD. 0] 328-7748 Immocularn 3 bedroom, iplil level houM located in good toulh tide area. Tnii featurei a teparate dining room, diihwaiher, ilove, drcpci, water softener and much more. Basement include! S balh and can fully developed. Total price 1 M.LS. -To view coll: PETER BERGER 327-0301 JOHN PENNER 328-4523 VERNA COUnS- 327-6697 AllCE HAHN 327-3708 DICK JOHNSON -327-0339 !v-" V o-i S'pnpd fl1 (M IT" .-0-' O1 'V Jl sVx'rinc-.Yi'or nV-o 5 W C t, t Ml ClPC'O'-S li' PC-' cm! H Ibiin n-'rf he filpd P.M-.1 w BEAUMONT, FROCTOR, CHURCH SCOTT DE PAOU AND KINNEY t I roe' 1, A'. 71 F "t1' P XT-- 3-.' lev iic cf t'. I'l A N c- c f E s; r .-i JC'P to hijhway a-d -a-vr's 'n sera c [-M-1 a-d 'cc2'r'. OLIVER-HAN'DLEY REAL ESTATE ord Lid. L. S MASTLFY. COiLTALL R hASTLLV v'O ALP ALE D HAS'JHTY LANDS FOR SALE 13 '.if o1 i f .v.s U, In P s. :i, west 1 ell !kvis 'IP ffdi'iraff rf TP'.T'S "if tx- f hr rK-ll1 .--.o-i.c pa> aMe fc> IT fi 'tf'At' r-cf PKFIS'-.'V ty flcccOlM rlphf "if crlf.1 Si-, Lv.iT.1 rvar 'ri-v 5'f 76 SEWING SERVICES A-.? .-.-r ii rry r.-J-UF 77 MUSICIANS AND ;