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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATHS LETAL Mrs. Anne passed away in Calgary on November at age 48 of 1141 Richland Road Calfary. Funeral arrangements wul be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. CM8 REAMSBOTTOM Frederica passed away in November at the age of 86 beloved wife of Thomas Reatnsbottom of Cardston. Funeral services will be held on November 17 in the Glenwood LDS Chapel at 2 with Bishop Winston Bohne of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Glenwood Cemetery. SALMON FUNERAL Directors of Funeral Service. C5421 IN MEMORIAMS HARSANY In loving memory of a dear husband and Alec who passed away November 1968. Loving and kind in all his Upright and just to the end of his Sincere and kind in heart and What a beautiful memory he left behind. sadly miss- ed by his wife Emma and children Jeannie and Randy. 4101 KOVACS In loving memory of a dear father and John who passed away November 1970. No space of no lapse of can dim the treasured A loving memory keeps it affection holds it fast. If we were asked our deatest with fervent lips would pray. Oh turn back the hands of time please let our father stay. remembered and sadly missed by Rose and Lydia and Andy and family. 4128 HARSANY In loving memory of a dear brother and Alec who passed away November 1968. No space of no lapse of can dim the treasured A loving memory keeps it affection holds it If we were asked our dearest with fervent lips would Oh turn back the hands of please let dear Alec stay. remembered by Mom and Isabelle and and Jolene and family. 4100 OHAMA In loving memory of a dear mother and Kimi who passed away November ID. We never knew that mor- hat sorrow the day would bring. The blow was the shock To lose the one we loved so dear. We miss her her cheerful We miss the things she used to When happy days we oft Tis then we miss her most of all. missed by Toss and Cana and and grandchildren. 4127 CARDS OF THANKS GILLETT We wish to thank all our friends for their kindness and phone cards and flowers dur- ing the recent loss of our beloved mother and grand- mother. -Gillett family 4083 KEHOUGH We would like to express our heartful thanks to the many friends and relatives for the floral sympathy and mass personal and phone calls and food received during Mir sad bereavement In the loss of our loved one. Also thanks to the doctor and lurses at the Campbell Clinic md Municipal Hospital. A ipecial thank you to Father Jruce Field for his kindness ind comforting service for the ate John Kehough. Lavinia Kehough and family 4082-16 CARD OF THANKS NAGURNY We wish to express our heartfelt thanks awl gratitude to our many friends and for the floral cuds of sympathy and personal phone calls received during our sad bereavement. Special thanks to the staff at St. Michael's nurses and doctors for the care and kindness of the late Joe Nagurny. We thank you all. Nagurny and family. 4101 Prison riot ends HONOLULU A one- day disorder at the Hawaii state prison has ended without bloodshed. The which began late Tuesday when an estimated 150 convicts took control of the prison's main ended late Wednes- day when the prisoners returned to their cells. Ray administrator of. the state correctional said six represen- tatives of the rebellious con- victs met with prison officials late Wednesday the idea notion that they were going to present us with some but that notion soon After the prisoners saw that the prison administration was not going to over-react to the they said the guards were once again welcome in the Belnap said. GUARD CALLED IN About 50 armed National Guards troops were called in as an emergency but did not participate in restor- ing order. The disturbance was the culmination of a series of events that began two months Belnap said. On Sept. a prisoner was shot and killed by one or more convicts in the prison's he said. on Oct. the National Guard was called into assist prison in conducting a search of the prison for weapons and contraband. Four handguns and numerous homemade weapons were found. Royal Weddings an old story for British. Princeas Anna's marrlAQft to Cspt. Mark Phillips is the latest in a long line of illustrious some truly histo- ry-making. A from Illustr- ated London depicts the 1858 mar- riage of Princess Victoria's to Prince Fre- derick William of later emperor of Germany. Their son was World War I's Kaiser Wilhelm. 1171 LITHMIOOI HMALD-91 Local Ladles AfterMM D.B.C. 7. N.S. 1. Mary Raith and Crystal t. M. J. Grant and W L 3. Audrey Ruddell and Jean Rtaftand. B.W. 1. Gladys Redfern and Pauline 2. Eleanor Manders and Irma 3. Hazel Runge and Jean Murphy. Wed. Evening D.B.C. 7. 1. .Byron Nilsson and Row 2. Ruth Chapman Wilma 3 and 4 tied B. C. Evans and M. J. Grant with Bob Wobick and Arlo Harris. Novice Game 7. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Albert 2. Mary Ward and Irene 3. Neil McDonald and Ted Ward. Thursday Night D.B.C. Nov. Section A N.S. l.M. R.MrazekandW. L. 2. Byron Nilsson and 3. J. C. Landeryou and M. J. Grant. E.W. 1. Gloria Hummel and Terry 2. Muriel Barrow and Pauline 3. Mary Ainscough and Myrna McDonnell. SectiM B N.S. 1. John Maegaard and Betty 2. B. C. Evans and Lee 3. Bob Marshall and Charlie Sudeikat. E.W. l. Wilma Winter and Wayne 2. H. C. Ko and David 3. D. E. Michaelis and Bill Zumstein. Overall winners of trophy. 1. Mary Rose Mrazek and Willa Waters. Runner Gloria Hummel and Terry Michaelis. Friday Night D.B.C. Nov. 9. N.S. 1. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. 2. B. C. Evans and 0. B. 3. E. C. Goodman .and Richard Spackman. 1. J. C. Landeryou and BUI t. D. E. Michaelis and BUI 3. Bob Wobick and Neil Van Seters. Extradition hearing adjourned NASSAU A hearing on the extradition of financier Robert Vesco to the United States was adjourned Tuesday after his lawyer argued that a valid extradition treaty between the U.S. and the Bahamas might not exist. The United States is seeking to have Vesco returned to face charges that he used the U.S. telegraph system to defraud the public. once headed the now-crumbled mutual fund empire Overseas Investor also wanted in the U.S. on charges of fraud and obstruction of justice in connection with an alleged illegal dollar contribution to President Nix- on's re-election campaign.' His Eugene raised the question at the hearing of whether the original 1931 extradition trea- ty between the U S. and Great Britain had been revalidated when the Bahamas became independent last July. Cecil acting for the U.S. argued that the valid treaty still existed. The hearing was adjourned until today. Other notable royal brides have included Elizabeth whose the king of Bohemia lost his throne. They spent most of their lives in but it is from her that the present British royal line is descended. An earlier Princess daughter of King James II and bride of a Danish in 1702 became queen. It was during her reign that England and Scotland merged in the United Kingdom. The marriage of Prin- cess Elizabeth of right to Henry Lancaster in 1486 ended the Wars of the Roses. She became the mother of Henry grandmother of Elizabeth I and great grandmother of Mary Que.en of Scots. CG Sears RRECTION Baby Wiggles Which appeared in our Toy adver- tisement on Page 51 of Wednesday's Lethbridge Herald is not available. The following item should have appeared. BILLY SNOWMOBILE SET 7 piece battery operated Each 3.33 Sports safety the 4SOSE off en you a considerable reterve of performance and protection. Each Mercedes-Benz 450SE costs over Yet most are sold before they reach the showroom You have probably seen a 450SE sliding imperturbably through city traffic. Perhaps you have wondered what makes a car worth Mercedes-Benz offers you some points to ponder. Experts .at Road Track magazine dub the 450SE sedan in the .Testers at Autoweek magazine call it most excit- ing sedan in the world... so far ahead of its time it leaves us Look at the clean functional our engineers and aerodynamicists spent two years co-ordinating the air-flow around the 450SE. air currents whisk rain and mud away from side and rear and the tail lenses clean of muck. So that in foul you can see and be seen. The car's fore-and-aft wedge with a Kamm-ty pe largely worked out in the wind-tunnel. It helps create rock-like stability at high speeds. Scrunch down and peer at the under- side. neat smooth welds hold the body keep it and rattle- free. Each seam has been filled with and hand-buffed smooth. 30 Ibs of undercoat are lavished on the bottom of the in place with a tough vinyl coating. Check the front an engineer might discern the suspension arms are forged Options and standard Mercedes-Benz 450SE Popular sliding steel sun- metallic leather or velour upholstery. power- central locking AM FM stereo automatic electronic fuel transistorized elec- trically heated rear 70 Ibs. of paint and radial Mercedes-Benz engineering. The 450SEL has a slightly longer wheel- costs about including above mentioned sun- roof. for and enormous strength. Proved out at speeds topping 175 mph in our C-lll experimental this pension offers a remarkable should one front wheel hit a chuck-hole or road should you need to brake the car will track straight and true without pulling or swerving. Pop open the the engine you see has been on a dynamometer under full load for a long 3 hours. Dabs of paint on the block show critical bolts have been torqued exactly to specification. Smooth your hand over the that's forty pounds of polished between each of the six coats. The final coat was put on by hand. Look padding is lavish. Around the where a shoulder impact in a padding is up to 3 thick. Costly. But thoroughly necessary. As ia the roll-bar welded into the the front and rear shaped by computer to develop massive protective strength. The roof of the 450SE can support 10 tons. This is safest car in the world available to the says Autoweek. A final the design and precision of the 450SE approach the very limits achievable with standard technology. Everything about this car has been done thoroughly. Whether dawdling through town or thrashing along muddy rutted the 450SE handles its job with keeping its occupants serene and comfort- able. You may wish to discover this for there are a number of 450SE sedans arriving at your Mercedes-Benz showrooms now. Take one out on the road. For contact your authorized Merceda Benz dealer or Mercedes-Benz of Canada 849 Eglinton Avenue M4O 2L6. Ask about our leasing plan and our European Delivery Plan. PRO-MOTORS 1620 2nd AVMNM 328-8117 ;