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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Auau.l 19, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Jury recommends reliable bouncers A coroner's jury here recom- mended beverage rooms employ more reliable brmncers v.'lio will control customers more closely, 'Hie jury WHS inquiring into Liiu death l.'isl mnnth of Kugcnc Stanley Nclli.s, of Grande Prairie who died of brain in- juries following a disturbance outside a local hotel. 'Die Inrjucst was told that Nellis was struck by n lintel bouncer und hit his head on the pavement when he fell. There had two disturb- ances in the hotel that nighl, Our Telephone Number is listed incorrectly in tho new Telephone Directory. It Should Be 328-8856 Huckvnle, Wilde Krushei AcadFci 612 3 Avo. S. :ho jurors were told, hut Nellis Itatl not been involved, Both Merits had been broken up by hotel staff anrl the parties in- volved moved outside. NcllLs, said witnesses, was struck hy a bouncer when .10 asked Hie employee not lo he rough a woman. The bouncer had liflcd the woman out of the way after warning her that things could get rough. The jury also recommended there he stricter enforcement of existing laws limiting the amount of liquor that can be on tables at one time. Coroner Dr. Joseph Storcer asked (iie jury to recommend that waitresses not allowed to intervene in any disturb- ances. He made the request after a hotel employee testified that sometimes waitresses aro ask- ed to break up disturbances by separating the combanlants ant asking them to leave. Dr. Sforcer said he couldn't Iwlicvc that a hotel would al low female slaff to become in volvwl in a He said Uii: just shouldn't happen. WANTED INSIDE GENERAL LABOR FOR LOCAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY Mechanically inclined an asset. Sent? resume and references to Box 122, Herald GIGANTIC STOCK REDUCTION AUCTION SALE STANDARD AUTO PARTS LTD. 315 8th St. S. SATURDAY, AUGUST 26th, 1972 10 A.M. Vohogo regulalors, display clccki, tiro pakhing equip- mcnl, tosim oil and oddilives, ilarting fluid, full let 0-4 Inch micrometer i cajo and ban, ring gauge, largo iclecllon iporlc plugs, quantify of mlscellaneoui aulo parts, fuel filters, molcr and frcfght hoiit on wheels, table Scale, baltnry torvico kiJ, bailer y charger, vollago regulator, universal itonei for Jislo hones, Bundyflcx, refrigcralion tubing English chamois, professional wash mills, Jacobs chucks, tools, impaef icxikeli, ignilions, lights, chemicals, aerials, ids of wrench {melric and itandardj, lurllo wax, lubrlcanti, testers, ring compressors, thermostats, block nuts and bohi, bulbs of oil kinds, hoses. PLUS THE FOLLOWING OFFICE EQUIPMENT: Double pedestal oak office desk, several counlrri, off fee lafalos, rotary files, par Is counlers, display racks and shelves, Jnerefary dry photocopier, counter cala- loguei, rncVs, counter hill chules, paper culfer. Mony more tlemi far loo numoroui to BRONCO TX4 MINI-BIKE (new with full warranly) AUCTIONEERS NOTE: We respectfully that you allond early for Ihii ft an unusually fine tale and thcro are many very good ironrn. AUCTION CONDUCTED BY SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES AUCTIONEER: WM. HOPE, Lie. 845 AUCTIONEER: J. KANEWISCHER, Lie. S29 Telephone 327-1222 for further informalion Greenes shoe store grows Quality of textbooks for schools increasing EDMONTON fCP) The juality and quantity of Canadi- an textbooks and reference ma- rials i.s increasing in Alberta schools, Dr. K. A. Torgunrud of Hie department of education sairJ here. I lowe vcr, instances such as the Kdmonton Grade 3 class writing essays alxmt the United States flay as "our" flags arc iifficult to avoid, he said. JJASIC PJtOHLKM The basic problem was in the availability of Canadian texts reference materials, al- though recent studies h a d shown thfat more was avail- able thim was earlier realized. When the department's cur- riculum com m ittecs review texts and materials Tor use in Alberta schools, they give top iriority to Canadian material "Hut not at the cxpcn.se of he said. If quality Canadian material s available, it is used- Second riority goes to non-Canadian naterial which has been edited o that it fits a Canadian sol- ing. Dr. Torgunrud said the In- tanccs of U.S. materials which elate to U.S. as our institutions are declining, and have Ijecorne rare in the ower elementary grades. BLAST Mel Hurtig, co-chairman of he committee for nn indepcnd- Greens Shoe Store, 324 Eth St. S., has been renovated to "give more display caid Joe Green, store owner. Tlio renovations in- clude- wood panelling set up along the sides of the store to make room behind it for stor- age. Thus the .store is a bit narrower, hut it also was made longer. I {enova lions si arted about two weeks ago, and were fin- ished Monday. Tho color .schema is pinks and purples, with purple- carpeting on tho floor, nnd centre display Isl- ands and a round sitting done in pinks and yellows. Wooden captain's chairs, each costing about were purchased. Mr, Green said he la very pleased with the store renova- tions and is happy with the way it looks. The store specializes m nar- row shoes, anil has shoes avail- able ladies up to size 12 and men size- J4. Shoes aro carried for tho entire family. Mr. Green said tho store Is ready in time for school, and more (all lines are yet to come in. Morocco crackdown. From AP-REUTEH RABAT (CP) About men of the Moroccan air force were iwing detained today in a security crackdown following an unsuccessful attempi Wednesday on the life of Fang Hassan If, sources reported. The sources said the men, at- tached to Kcnitra air base we re be in g held at an anny camp near the air base, 25 miles north of Rabat. Two top Moroccan air force officers, believed involved the assassination attempt, were also under arrest here today after Britain refused them asy him in Gibraltor. Thirteen other air force officers wer under arrest, tho sources said. Doctor gives up flying medical service in north JAN'VIKIl DESERVE, Alia. fCP) A yount; Irish doctor lias quit his flying medical Bcr- vice this isolated community "in despair and disgust." Dr. Dos Dwyer, 23, says he Is appalled by tho amount of money the government spends WEislcfully. Money shouhl be spent on teaching Indians otv the reserve basic life skills, education, bas- ic hygiene nnil "the do's and donXs of child rearing." "I'm like exjxin.sivo wheels put nn an old ear just to keep it ninnirfi." Dr. Dv.yer his flying service to this reserve, 200 miles north of Kdmnulon, two years UJITH THE of Management Accounting An an Management Accountant you will ho fit Ihoccnler ol decision-mnkinij. You will bo HID inlormation spccinlir.f. iinHioring inlcrprelincj Ihp complex facts thai ace vital (or InrJay's clncisions. Thisis tlifi direct route to the lop. The RfA rtJucalional procjram Is jivailatifn ITirouqh evening Inclures or rorrospondcnce. You can apply whalyou team as you Irnrri jt En oven bftforeyou rjfaduale with RIA Fine r cdi tat ion. Ilia courscMviElholpyoii achieve your cnronr objfidivcs. More nnd rnorr? companies nnd tjovornmcnt denarLincnts are sponsoring I'liiployfteA In tho HI A program. Aiuf no wonder, TMftrc1 is n tor HIP skills we Ipncli. In addition lo Accounting: D.ila Processing, Behaviour, Information Sysicms and Economics Systems nrc also sludEcd. IH-I The Society of Industrial Accountants of Alhorta 002 Lotigheen1 Bldg., 604-lst St. S.W., Calrjnry, Atborta T2P-1 M7 Telephone (403) 2G9-6G33 Plea iA icndmon Information about the niAeomsa ol flo. He stopped tho service six weeks ago after an intoxicated Indian a.s.sauUcd him at a nurs- station, Flo said that In Juno while landing his piano lie had to avoid a drunken woman lying unconscious on tho airstrip. "And I passed three more ly- ing suplerous the road to the clinic. "Throughout tho reserve ar.c: Mel is area there people sprawled in various stages of (trunkeniicss and these parents cluldren who couk be .seen arrnintl unpro- tected and ur.cared fur. "I saw ]0- and 12-ycar-ok children running arounc li Itottles of wino in tlieir ho mtdwl. WANTED HELPERS TO TRAIN FOR FUTURE ROUTE SALESMEN Mot Lire and clean cut need only apply- Basic salary and commission. RemjneraHons on ability to sell. Send roiume and references to Box 121, Herald ent Canada, has Masted school- 1 teachers who seem lo consider Canada os part of the Unite! Slates. Mr. Hurtig said he has countered incidents in schools where New York was referred to as "our biggest city; i Thanksgiving comes every No 'vernher; and Robert E. Lea "one of our greatest gen- erals." QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 I P Monday, Aug. 21st Thru Saturday, Aug. 26lh e MEN'S SLACKS ft LADIES' SLACKS O MEN'S SUIT JA'CKETS LADIES' PLAIN SKIRTS Folded or on hanflOr TWO lOCATlONSi ZELLER-SAFEWAY WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTRB SHOPPING PLAZA Mayor Magrath Drive 13lh Street Norlll Phone 328-7576 Phone is the place to 0 0 For Year End Clearance Specials 1972 8 FOOT CAMPER YEAR END SPECIAL Labor income 1972 NEW "AQUARIUS" VAN CONVERSION MOTOR HOME 350 C.I.D, G.M. engfne, power ing, power brakes, 125" wheel base, 16 ft. overall lenglb, 6'1" interior. completely finished. YEAR END SPECIAl increases OTTAWA in- come Iiillion in April, Miiy Jur.c1 lliis yt'ar, I'l'in'i'senliiit; n .sluwrr Hum occurred m Ihc first qtKirlor of year, Statistics Caiifltln rur- iiii'oinc lolatlcil liilliou in billiim in ;nni hillinn in SUitislirs ('jiiKida .snitl thai DII a adjusted basis, lo rule: tmt Ilic effect of Ihc1 norrnnl pirk-np in inuif.s- trinl Ixitwwn tho lor and labor in- come ii> Mio lalrst llirco-ninlli period grow by prr cent, in (he first months of W12 it grew by 3.1 per cent. 'II ic statistics bureau .snld (lit1 re Moi'O! find spiTnd incrcnsos in in- come In I ho Hiamifacl unrig field this spring. Hul (lie na- tionnl woro nfforiel by industrial disputes in .nnil IJrili.sh Columbia. FURNISH YOURSELF SPECIAL 1972 'AOUARfUS" VAN CONVERSION MOTOR HOME 350 C I D. G.M. engine, power 5leer- infl powrr 135" bcse. 16' fl ovcroll length, 4'1" interior COMPUTE YOURSELF SPECIAL Slcaters visif IIONT; KOXC; (itcuicr) An U-slionn of seniors from rnnnrln iinvo nrrivcx] in Po- (or n Erictuily visil, tlir riiiiu ro- porlod. Tlio prfforinnncn prnnp was met at Iho nirport by Tuiip Nion-I.i, n Icatlinj! official of tho Cliinoso winter sports asso- ciation. 1972 16 FOOT TRAVEL TRAILER Includes electric brakes, awning, ice box and YEAR END SPECIAL BANK FINANCING Ccutts Highway-Lethbridge PHONE 327-3165 ;