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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20, e murd NGELES (Rei man drov all children 1 killed Iheir police said U idles of the c s and a girl r m two to fi a bathtub. The inter, who h ed with a 1 on arrival at olldren's mot i been beaten was in critic said the _ THE IHHBRIDGE HERALD _ j ni BIRTH JONES Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Joises wish to an- C nounce the arrival of their H chosen daughter, Heather Eliz- H abeth. Proud grandparents are b Mr. and Mrs. Cy Jonee of Sask- I atoon, Sask. and Mr. and Mrs. P Matthew Bolokoskl of Leth- n-bridge. C-7 Hi 1 9 DEATHS HANCHUK-Passed away In algary on Monday, September w 1972, Mrs. Eileen EUrleda 19 anchuk at the age of 55 years, sieved wife o? Mr. William C. anchuk of 113 19th St. N. rayers will be said on Wed-esdav (this evening) at 8 p.m. Martin Bros. MEMORIAL HAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Re-ulem Mass will be celebrated M n Thursday at 1 p.m. in St. g asil's Catholic Church, with f' ev. Father F. Laverty eel- tf 52 years, beloved husband of Mrs. R'isalind Kirkham of 1503 7th Avenue S. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at p.m. in McKillop Uni-ed Church, with Rev. Blake An-ierson officiating. Cremation vill follow. Friends may pay Jieir respects al Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., phone 328-2361. ilARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc-ors of Funeral Service. Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of Mrs. M. N. Wray, 1705 15th St. South. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4399 WILKINS Passed away in the city on Monday, September 18, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Arthur (Budge) Wilkins at the age of 68 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Anna Marie Wilkins of 1259 9th Avenue S. Besides his loving wife, he 1 e a v e s to mourn one son, Dennis E. Wilkins of Lethbridge; one sister, Josephine of Calgary, three brothers, Eric of Taber, and Donald and Dennis of Guildford, England, plus numerous nieces and nephews. Born in Emsworth, England on August 30, 1904, he came to Barons, Alberta in 1929 where he was well-known in trucking with his nephew, Tim Ford. He moved to Lethbridge in 1943 and operated Wilkins Terminal until his retirement in 1969. The funeral service will be held on Friday at a.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Cremation will follow. In lieu of flowers, those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund care of Mrs. M. N. Wray, 1705 15th St. S. or to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 0 J AT ALL STORES WHILE QUANTITIES CRAWLER PANTS 100% nylon rib, elastic waist, foot strap. V White. Sizes 18 to 24 V T-SHIRTS by PENMAN'S Machine washable cotton. "Sanitiz- H White only. Sizes S- H M-L-XL DRESS SOCKS 1 Multi-ply slretch nylon, 1 assorted colours. Sizes 10 x. 9 1 to 12. H 1 Reg. C9c 73c 2 prs. 1 BOYS' DRESS SOCKS Nylon or stretch in assorted col- H ours. Sizes G to 8. V H Reg. to 69c 2 prs. BRIEFS 4 B Antron, nylon an satin. White and pastel S-M-L-OS. Reg to 89c 2 i' -f to 6X. f WA Reg. 3.93 4.99 FLANNELETTE DIAP- C -4f ERS 12 in o pack. H1 A 26" x White BOYS' SKINNY RIB PULLOVERS washable nylon. Long sleeves, zip neck. Choice C -f of colours. S-M-L. V Reg probes j into Soviet iv WASHINGTON (AP) Two full scale investigations one before tlie Nov. 7 general election, one have been promised in the escalating dis pute over wheat sales lo the Soviet Union. The pre-election investigation by the FBI was announced by Vice-President Spiro Agnew while campaigning Tuesday in Minneapolis. In fact, he said "that investigation is in prog ress" at President Nixon's or ders. But the FBI said It had re ceived no instructions to look into the matter. A spokesmar for its parent agency, the us-lice department, Tuesday ngh would say only that "a prelimi nary review of the matter re ferred to by Vice-President Ag new is under way." An Iowa Democrat, Repre sentative Neal Smith, promisee a House of Representatives in vestigation of the wheat dea next February "after the pas sion of election-year heat sales has passed." Smith heads a subcommittee on small business. SAYS CHECK ORDERED At a Minneapolis news conference, Agnew said that Nixon ordered the FBI to check whether major grain exporters received, and profiled, from advance sales Information allegedly fed to them by offic als and former officials of the agriculture department. Although wheat sales to Russia are considered a boon for U.S. farmers, critics now question whether some farmers were paid prices kept artificially low in order that exporters might reap larger profits. The farm price of wheat rose in late July and August after the size of the sale became known. Tola! pin-chases of U.S. wheat by the Soviet Union are esti-. mated at 400 million bushels 3 over a three- year BOYS' ACRYLIC PULLOVERS Assort- ed styles and colours. Sizes 4 to 6X. Reg 298 BRAND NAME FLARE Ranch Denim, 2 front patch pockets, zip fly. Assort- V -g ed colours. Sizes 8 to 16. Reg. to 5.99 LADIES' BLOUSES Perma-press cotton, some nylon tricot and lace knits. Tail- s ored, long sleeves. Brok- -g en sizes 32 to 38. V m B Reg. fo 2.98 2 for Stretch terry in assort- ed colours. Sizes 1 lo 2. Reg. 2.W OF THANKS GANGER Our family wishes to express sincerest appreciation for tlie many acts of kindness shown during the recent loss of our mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Helen. Special thanks to all our friends, neighbors, Father Syvensky, Christensen Salmon Funeral Home and everyone who helped to ease our greatest loss. The Ganger Family 9321 THE MEMBERS AND STAFF OF THE CROWSNEST PASS S.P.C.A. Wish to thank Mr R. Pitt, and the students of the grade 8B class of 1971-1972 o the Horace Allen School in Cole-man, for their generous dona Hon. of This money was collected from the class pro ject involving (he sale of milk lo those students who bring lunches. Combed cottons, terry knit, nylon. Crew, Wallace Berry, zip necks, short or long sleeves. 9 Solids, stripes. S-M-L. Reg. to 3.59 BOYS' LINED JEANS Canadian made, heavy weight navy denim. V4 boxer X -f waist. Sizes 4 to 6X. B Reg. 4.98 GIRLS' LEOTARDS Warm, tough wearing, non-run, Canadian made. Choice Hh of colours. Sizes 2 to 14. A BULKY CARDIGANS 100% aery- A M lie, cable stitch designs. V Many colours. Sizes 36 to 40. Hcg. to 5.00 SKIRTS 100% wool worsted, flannel or crepe. Full or seat lined. A line or sheath styles, regular or petite lengths. Fall colours. vife gets I protection CALGARY (CP) Aid. Bo i Simpson said Tuesday threal c have been made against h s wife and she has been give police protection. B Police confirmed the prote tion but declined lo reveal th reasons. 3 Aid. Simpson said threats 1 kill his wife have been mac several times but wouldn't el< s borate because a police inve tigalion was in progress. The alderman was a men her of the police comnussio i- which picked Chief Charles Ga d of the Oakland, Calif., depar i- ment as head of the 700-ma 1- Calgary force. Chief Gain laU withdrew after his America citizenship, and disconte about a Canadian not being s t looted, became A SPORT SHIRTS By Rendale and other famous Canadian makers. Jacquards, dobbies, Iff floral stripes. L o n g sleeves. S-M-L-XL. Jlfg. Vft sugg. was to 12.95 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Permanent press poly- Many col- Wff ours, patterns. Sizes V 14K to m lo 5.99 2 for GIRLS' PANT SETS Corduroy vest and flare pants or acrylic long sleeve turtle neck swea ftfj er and flare pants. Sizes M 7 to 14. v m Reg 8.88 1 98 We extend f sincere thank you to all ou Mends, neighbors, and rcla lives for the flowers, cards o sympathy and food receivet during the recent passing of oui 1 father. A special thank you {K n the pallbearers, Wadina U.C.W Rosalon Chapter of Easten g Star, Southland Nursing Horn e and to Reverend Morris for hi n service and comforting words f The many kindnesses wer greatly appreciated. Chris Jespcrsen Fam i. ily 827 f r TAYLOR We wish to ej n press our most sincere thank n and appreciation to The Chir e ook Foundation, The Granc n view Nursing Home, the docta s. First and Fourth Ward Bisf i opric. First and Fourth War i- Relief Society, friends and rel: w lives for sympathy and Idm r- ness shown us during our r cent bereavement. Les Taylor and Taylc 00 Family. FLARE PANTS yfl Hi-lo corduroy, or stretch Ms H denim. Assorted colours. Sizes 7 lo 14. Reg. 4.93 SPORT SHIRTS Knits, crepes, perma-1 press cottons, denim look, some bell sleeves. V Sizes 8 to 16. Reg. to 5.0S METZGER Passed awa in the city on Tuesday, Septem her 19, 1972, following a brie illness, Mr. George Lewis (Loll Metzger at the age of 86 years beloved husband of Elsie Ma Metzger of 1604 21st St. S. Bon in Ohio in 1885, the late Mr Metzger came to the Stirlin area in 1909 and farmed ther until retiring to Lcthbridgo i 1960. He was a past member e the Stirling Lions Club. B< sides his loving wife he is su vived by three sons, Messr Earl L. and Glen R. Metzger c Stirling and Warren C. Metzge of Ankorage, 10 grandeliildre and five greal-grandchildre and one brother in Ohio. Th funeral service will be held c Friday at 3 p.m. In Martin Bro MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 1S( St. N., with Rev. A. T. King o ficiating. Interment will folio in Archmount Memorial Ga dens. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of Funeral Service. SIEN'S CORDUROY OR MELTON CLOTH JACKETS Genuine Borg lined. Pile insert frame collar. Simulated leather butlons. Brass, olive, tan, whiskey, brown. Sizes 36 to 46. v mm Reg. 24.95 W LADIES' PANT SUITS