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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Polling Sub-Division No. 80 Comprising thai parl of the Cily of Lethbridgs within (he following boundaries: Commencing ol 1he point of Inter- itction of tht Centre Linei of 12th Avenue South and 17th Slratt South, thence. Southerly along the Conlre Line of 17th Sireet South to the Intersection of the Centre Lines of 17th Street South and 16th Avenue South, thence, Eailerly along the Centra line of 16th Avenuo South lo the Inter- section of ihe Centre Lines of 16th Street South and 20th Street South, thence. Northerly along the Centre Line of 20lh Street South, lo the Inlersedion of the Centre Linei of 20th Street South and 14th Avenue South, thence, Westerly along the Centre Line of 14th Avenue South lo the Inter- section of the Centre Lines of Ulh Avenue South and 18th Street South, thence. Northerly along the Centre Line of 18th Street South to the Intersection of the Centre Linei of 18lh Street South and 12lh Avenue Soulh, thence. Westerly along the Centre Line of 12th Avenue South to the Intersection of the Centre Lines of 12th Avenue South and 17lh Street Soulh, being the point of commencement In Township 8, Range 21, West of the 4th Meridian. Polling Station at St. Augustine's Mission Hall 1710 -llth Avenue S. Polling Sub-Division No. 81 Comprising that par! of tho City of Lefhbridge within the following boundaries: Commencing at ihe point of Inter- section of the Centre Lines of 11th Avenue South end 20th Street South, thonce, Southerly along the Centre Line of 20th Street Soulh to ihe Intersection of the Centre Lines of 20th Street Soulh and Ulh Avenue South, thence. Easterly olono the Centre Line of Nth Avenue South to the Inter- section of the Cenlre Lines of Hlh Avenue South and Mayor Mogralh Drive, thence. Northerly along the Centre Line of Mayor Magrath Drive to the Intersection of the Cenlre Lines of Mayor Magralh Drive and 12lh Avenue Soulh, llience, Weslerly along the Centre Line of 12th Avenue South to the Inlerscclion of the Centre Lines of 12th Avenue South and 21st Sireet South, thence, Northerly along the Centre Line of 21st Sireet Soulh to the Inter- of the Cenlre Lines of 21st Street South and llth Avenue South, thence. Westerly along the Centre Line of lllh Avenue South to the Intersection of the Centre Lines of llth Avenue Soulh and 20th Street South, being the point of commencement in Township 8, Range 21, West of ihe 4th Meridian. Polling Station at Peterson Junior High School 12th Avenue and 21st Street S. Polling Sub-Division No. 82 Comprising lhat pan of the Cily of Lethbridge within the following boundaries; Commencing ot the Intersection of rhe Cenlra Lines of Mfh Avenue Soulh and 20th Street Soulh, thence, Southerly along the Centre Line of 20lh Street South to the Intersection of the Centre Lines of 20th Sireet Soulh and 16lh Avenue Soulh, thence, Easterly along the Cenlre Line of 16lh Avenue South, to the Intersection ef the Centre Lines of 16th Avenue Soulh and 24th Street South, fhence. Southerly along the Centre Line of 24th Street South to ihe Intersection of ihe Ccnlre Lines of 24th Sireet Soulh ond 20lh Avenue Soulh, thence, Easlerly along the Cenlre Line of 20lh Avenue South to the Intersection of ihe exiension of the Centre Line of 20lh Avenue Soulh and the Cenlre Line of Mayor Magrath Drive, thence, North- erly along ihe Centre Line of Mayor Magralh Drive to the Intersection of the Centre Lines of Mayor Magrath Drive and 14th Avenue South, ihence. Weslerly along the Cantre Line of 14th Avenue South to the Inlerseclion of the Centre Lines of Hlh Avenue Soulh and 20th Sireet South, being the poinl of commencement in Township 8, Range 21, West of the 4lh Meridian. Polling Station at McKillop Church Hall 2329-15th Avenue S. Polling Sub-Division No. 83 Comprising thai port of the City of Lethbridge lying Soulh of Ihe Cenfre Line of Mfh Avenue South, Eoir lo lha Centre Line of 17lh Street South, North of ihe Centre Line ef Scenic Drive, and West of ihe Cenlre Line of 20lh Avenue Soufh, m Township 8, 21, Wear of tht Meridian. Polling Station at Agnes Davidson School 22nd Avenue and 20th Street S. Polling Sub-Division No. 64 Comprising that parl of the City of Lelhbridge lying South of the Cenlre Line of 16th Avenue South, East of the Centre line of 20th Street South, North of the Centre Line of Scenic Drive and West to the Centra Line of 17th Street South in Township 8, Range 21, West of the 4th Meridian. Polling Station at Agnes Davidson School 22nd Avenue and 20th Street S. Polling Sub-Division No. 85 Comprising that part of the City of Lethbridga lying South of the Cenlre Line of 16lh Avenue South, East of the Cenlre Ima of 20lh Street Soulh, Norlh of the Centre Lino of 20th Avenue South and West of the Centre Line of 24lh Sireet South, in Township 8, Range 21, West of Ihe 41h Meridian. Polling Station at Agnes Davidson School 22nd Avenue and 20th Street S. Polling Sub-Division No. 86 Comprising lha! parl of ihe City of Lethbridge, thai part of Section 18, part of Seclions 21, 16 ond 17 all lying to the South and all in Township fl. Range 21, West of rhe 4th Meridian and part of Section 13, Township 8, Range 21, West of the 4th Meridian, within the following boun- aries: Eos I Side of (he Cenfre Lfne of Mayor Magrath Drive, Soulh Side of Ihe Cenlre Line of 12lh Avenue South, East lo the Soulh part of the Centre Line, Henderson lake Blvd., in a Norfheasr direction unlil if meefs with Lakeridge Boulevard in a Southeast direction and meels with 16th Avenue South and goes East to 43rd Sireet South, using the Wesr Line at that Street which is )he City Boundary line Polling Station at Lake view School Henderson Lake Blvd. and 12th Avenue S. Polling Sub-Division No. 87 Comprising lhat parl of the Cily of Lethbridge which lies lo ihe South of polling Sub-Division No. 86 with the fol- lowing details: of ihe Centre Line of Mayor Mogralh Drive including the orea from No. 4 Highway in a North- eastern direction to the Southeastern Centre Line of Lake- hore Blvd., the Soulhern parl of ihe Centre Line of Lake- ridge Blvd., and in a Southeastern direclion until if meefs with loth Avenue and the part South of ihal Cenlre Line, und lhe> Wesl part of ihe Ccnlre Line of 43rd Slreel in n Soulh direction to the No. 4 Highway and going Wesf using the Norlh parl of the Centra Line of No. 4 Highway, West to Moyor Magrolh Drive. Polling Slot ion at lakeview School Lake Blvd. and 12th Avenue 5 Polling Sub-Division No- 88 Comprising thai parl of ihe City of Lethbridge thai lies Norlh of the Cenlre Line of Scenic Drive, South from ihe West side of Mayor Magralh Drive in a Western direction to 20th Street South and the Easl part of the Centre Line running Norlh on 20th Slrcel South to 20th Avenue South, Ihe Soulh port of the Centre Line of 20lh Avenue Soulh in an Eailern direclion lo Mayor Mogroth Drive, and the Weil side of the Centra Line of Mayor Magralh Drivn, South to Scenic Drivr. Polling Station at Agnes Davidson School 22nd Avenue and 20th S. Polling Sub-Division No. 89 Comprising Ihal port of the Cily of Lolhbridge which is oil of Soclion 20, Township 8, Range 21, West of thn 4th Meridian lying Wesl of the Centre Line of 28th Slreel South, including all I ho above mentioned Soclion 20, Includ- ing iho Soulh par) of tho Ccnlro Lino of Sconic Drive and 24lh Avenue Soulh, and tho Easl Side of the Conlre line of 13lh Slroot South. Polling Station at Lothbridge Community College Priests quit in protest ROME (Heuler) More than Roman Catholic priests now are believed lo be abandon- ing their ministries annually, because of the church's cclbacy rule, says a Vatican urvey. The survey, by the Rome Catholic newspaper Awenire, has not been officially published by the Vatican. It shows that priests quit in 1968. Between January and March, 1969, when the survey ended, had already left and the departure rate is believed to be rapidly increasing. The research was carried out by Rt.-Rev. Emilo Colagiov- anni, a noted sociologist, on be- half of the Vatican Congregation for the Doctrine of tiie Faith. He studied priests who left the ministry between 1939 and the end of March, 1969. They represented a little more than two per cent of the priest remaining in the church at that time. But Awenire points out that Comic fasts to protest Asian war LOS ANGELES AP) Dick Gregory, Ihe black entertainer who says he has fasted since April 24 lo protest the Vietnam war, trotted five miles in a demonstration of his health. Gregory told reporters after the romp yesterday that ho runs five mile' daily. He said he has consumed only fruit juice and water during the fast and lost 54 p o u n d s. He weighs 101 pounds compared with his nor- mal weight of 1GO. The comic said the fast is a .estimonial for peace because ic believes war doesn't prove anything. FONDA POSTS BAIL LOS ANGELES (AP) Ac- tress Jane Fonda posted bail for two Black Panther party members accused in a sliooloul with notice, one of the men has Icslified. Melvin C. Smith, granted im- nninily from prosecution in turn for his testimony in the case, said yesterday lhat after MJSF Fonda posted the bail, party of- ficials ordered Hie men to jump batl. They fledlo Texas, he said. Smith is Ihe key witness In the conspiracy trial of 13 Black Panthers charged in connection with a police raid on the party's Angeles headquarters nearly two years ago. Smith testified in the Superior Court trial that he and Loyd Minims, who still is at joined in Marshall, Tex., by Panthers from oilier areas who had jumped bnil on olher charges. Ihe increasing number of defec- tions is coming at time when the number of Catholics is growing and the proportion of priests already diminishing. Thus, while in 1960 there was one priest lor every Catho- lics, by 1969 there was one for every The figures published in Av- venire says that from 1939 to 1963, only 563 priests defected. In 1964, 559 left their ministries, in 1965, in 1966, in 1967, It the figures are brought U] to date beyond the end of thi period surveyed, they would show that some priests defected since 1939, bringing the percentage of the total priest hood up to about 2.9, Awenire says. In studying the reasons for the defections, Msgr. Colagiov anni found that for 75 per cent "celibacy itself" was Ihe over riding reason and for a fi-rther 15 per cent it was an important factor in their decision. Buy Nixon note NEW YORK (AT) A letter signed by President Nixon nfler ho nssumed office hns been pur- chased nt auction here for The loiter was said to be the first Nixon presidenlinl letter ever offered for sale. SIMPSONS-SEARS Solurdoy, Auguir 7, 1971 THf [ETHBRiDGf HRALD 21 Bizarre case of misaken identity Cancels his own funeral It's Simpsons-Sears latest catalogue the Fall and Winter 71. And it's great in size as well as super buys. 856 pages of value with each page proudly dis- playing carefully selected items at prices to please with service and guarantee to match. You'll find seasonable and fashion items throughout. Thousands of items to took at so many to choose from whenever it's convenient for you. So, shop in comfort the easy catalogue way... with our new Fall Winter '71. Got yours? teleshop 328-6611 for fast Home Delivery! TORONTO (CP) "You don't know what it feels like, knowing your coffin and flow- ers are says Joseph Cormier. "I was very upset." So he telephoned his fa ther- m-law, but all he got was a strained "Is this before he heard the telephone bang down on the floor. His daughter was scream- fag and "I couldn't make out what was happening for the confusion." Mr. Cormier was the centre of a bizzare case of mistaken identity which had his wife and family involved in ar- ranging his funeral, informing relatives of his death and or- dering flowers. His wife was told of his death by Metropolitan Toronto police while he was job-hunt- ing in Hamilton. The error was not discovered unlil he returned after eight hours. 'IT WAS TERRIBLE' "It was he said. "There were all these rela- tives standing around grab- bing me and Fifteen mourners had driven 60 miles from Toronlo lo his home. Mrs. Cormier, whose car and a train narrowly missed colliding as she drove to Ham- ilton to buy a black dress for her husband's funeral, is ask- ing the Melro police depart- ment for to cover ex- penses incurred. In a letter to the Metro Po- lice Commission, Metro solici- tor A. P. G. Joy recommands payment of the amount in re- turn for a release on liability claims from Mrs. Cormier. "If this matter were pur- sued further I believe there might reasonably be liability imposed on the basis of neg- ligence in that Mrs. Cormier was not requested to attend at Toronto to identify a body as possibly that of her husband but wa; told positively thai this was her the letter says. The body was Identified later as that of another man with the same surname. The identification was made by a Montreal family. When Mr. Cormier tele- phoned the funeral home to cancel his own funeral, he asked whether Joe Cormier was there. "No. But he'll be here shortly from was Ihe reply. The body was returned lo Toronlo laler. Mr. Cormier said Dunnville police demanded identification when he told them who he was. His wife, who nays she now has a nervous condition when- ever her husband leaves home, was told about the error by relatives as she re- turned from the Hamilton dress-buying trip. "When I saw Joe silting In the chair I cried and died." 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