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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THH LtTTHBRIDGE HERALC 73 BUSINESS 07 kant DEATHS IIENDRY WUbey J., pass ed away in Cardston, Sunday November 29, 1970, at the ag of 71 years, beloved son o Mrs. Mary A. Hendry and th late Adam Hendry, of Card ston. Mr. Hendry was born Ii Cardston and has farmed ant ranched in the Carway distric all his life. He leaves to moun his passing besides his lovinj mother, three sisters, Mrs. Ma bol Gareau, Mrs. Warner (Ro zella) Linder and Mrs. Harvej (Isabella) Wolff all of Cardstor and one brother, Blair D. o Cardston. He was predeceasef by his father; two brothers anc two sisters. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake Chapel on Wednesday December 2 at p.m., with Bishop Keith Bevans official ing. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from until prior to the service in the Relie' Society Room of the church. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. rTunerJS tsy two brothers and three sis-ers. The funeral service wil held in Pincher Creek nited Church on Wednesday p.m., Rev. K. Jordan ficiating. Interment in Fair-ew Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Canaan Arthritic Association, care Ame's Insurance. Funeral rrangements by Eden's Fu-erai Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. Maxine Begany STEWART Heartfelt thank and appreciation to all our 'riends and neighbors and ,he fellows in the group, whi was a patient in Edmonton Special thanks lo the Wilkcs Wilgon and Flint families. I am convalescing at home. Forest Frank Stewart. ance available. Call Niagara th people with the no nonsense appraac Jo money. THE NIAGARA COMPANIES Suite 1, 424 7th St. S. 337-85.5 at the residence on Saturday, November 29, 1970, Elmer Francis at the age of 52 years. Born in Carmangay the late Mr. Henning was educatec at Andersonville, Alberta ant ;ias resided in the Carmanga district since. Survivers in elude his father, Ivor Olso Renning, of Carmangay tw sisters, Mrs. A. W. (Agnes Eliedlinger of Pee, Alberta an( Mrs. E. S. (Myrtle) Larsen o Barons; four brothers, Oscar Floyd M., Lloyd F., of Carman jay anl Harry J. of Barons The funeral service will be hell at a.m. on Thursday, Exhibition Association will meet Thursday with city council's utilities committee to discuss its proposal to finance, construct and operate a covered sports, trade and convention centre called Omniplcx. Graham Jones, president of the board of directors of tha association, said in an niter-view Monday that the exhibition association will ask the utililies committee to approve the association as the Omni-plex authority. General manager Al Anderson said it's possible the structure could be built for million without affecting its usefulness, and that grants may je obtained from the federal and provincial governments. TENDERS will tx> re-ce ved by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. Standard Time on Monday, December 1-J, 1970 for the follow-nq work: TRUCK HAULING FOR BRIDGE WORK ON AS REQUIRED SASIS Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Chief irldge Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton; Off ce of the District En-gneer. Administration Building, Lefh-brldge; and Office of the District En-g neer. Highways Building, Calgary nd will be available only to Individu-s (Jurniciled and operating in the Vnvince of Alberta, or to parfner-hfps or corporations registered and Derating In and who have established fixed place of business In- the Prov-nce of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty--iva Dollars 555.00) will be 75 BORGE RAVEN 1329 9th ST. N Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re modelling and repairs. Phana 327-3219 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7ln Ave. S. Phone 327-66B2. I would lik 0 thank all the staff Nursing diet, physiotherapy, etc., for th care and kindness I receivcc while a patient at the Lethbridg Municipal Hospital; also m doctors for their treatment anc concern. Special thanks to our lastor, Rev. and Mrs. L. D lankinson and everyone fo visits, cards, flowers and FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water prooting. Inured, frea estimates. Phono 327-8286. CUSTOM FRAMING TO ALL TYPES OF BUILDINGS. RENOVATIONS, AND RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 22B-8572 'OR 327-3234. each copy of Contract and Speclfl-atlons taken. Each bid must be ac-ompanied by a marked cheque or jond equal to ItTii of t e n d er Tenders will be opened In public. The owest or any tender not necessarily ccepted. L. H. MCMANUS DEPUTY MINISTER OP HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT 703 13 St. N., with Rev W. F. Schoepp officiating. Ii ,erment will follow in the f am ily plot at Bowville Cemetery at p.m. Martin Bros. Ltd. Directors of Funeral Service. menu for Pope visit SYDNEY, Australia (Reuters) A massive menu of sandwiches, two tons of steak, pies, hot dogs, ice creams, pieces of fruit and cans of soft Links will be ready for the lalf-a-million hungry worshippers expected at Pope Paul's >pen air mass at Sydney's Lankwick Racecourse Tuesday. )rganizers said they faced the Hggest catering job ever known in the PUBLIC My sincere appreciation Mrs A, Winwood. We wish to ex press our most sincere thanks and appreciation during our recent bereavement to Captain I Keith Sayers, the attending doc tors and nurses of Medical Tw in the Lethbridge. Municipa also we appreciat the kindnesses of the Canadian Legion General Stewart Brane No. 4, Army, Navy, Air Force Veterans and Masonic Blue Lodge No. 4. Thanks also to ou dear friends for flowers, card and phone calls. Special thank to Martin Bros. Ltd. Director of the Funeral Service, the pall bearers, Mr. L. Toth and United Cab Company. -Mrs. Delight (Cookie) Taylor and family RESPECT EDMONTON (CP) The Al-jerla Safety Council's defensivs driving course has won the respect of civic officials. About employees who drive city vehicles took the course and emerged with "a good driver at-itucte." Complaints from tha mblic about the driving habits of civic employees have been reduced substantially during ast three years. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT, 1963 and IN THE MATTER of City of Lethbridge By-Law No. 2923, being a By-Law to amend By-Law 2750, being a By-Law with respect to zoning for the City of Leihbridge TAKE NOTICE THAT on Monday, 1-tth day of December, 1970, at hour of o'clocH In the afternoon In the Council Chamber of City Hall, Ih6 Council of the City of Leth-brldgs will hold a PL-bile Hearing pursuant to Section 130 of The Planning! Act to consider the proposec By-Law 2923 to amend 2750, fcnnown as the Zoning By-Law. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT thft proposed By-Law 2923 amend the Zoning Map by OF F THE BOARD OF SCr SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL LOAN BY-LAW Question to be submitted tayable over a period or periods rom the date or respective da amounts as the Board may from ,o raise net sums not exceeding ii Forty Thousand, Three Hundred ment of discount, commission, b xpenses with respect to such is eveloping school-sites and purch; ng, furnishing, and equipping bi use in connection therewith and chool The following in brief and tantially the proposed projects ach, the amount specified as be nd eligible for Provincial gran as being above Provincial stands or Provincial grants and for whi full F a) Acquiring and developing school sites: Sparwood District Elementary Fernie City Elementary Sparwood Secondary Purchasing, constructing, reconstructing buildings for school purposes or use in connection therewith: Sparwood District Elementary Fernie City Elementary 1 Sparwood Secondary c) Furnishing and equipping buildings for school purposes or use in connection therewith: Sparwood District Elementary Fernie City Elementary Sparwood Secondary 1) Other capital expenditures for school purposes: Plans and Supervision J Contingencies Tout! Estimates Resolution Passed the Oth Approved by the Minister of 1 November uthorizal by the Ueutenant-Govt of Novembc "TAKE NOTICE that the above icstion upon which UK vote of th t D .strict of Sparwood Council Cha (csiccnce, Hosmer, B.C.; City "crnic, B.C.; Community Hall, W choo Mko, B.C.; Curling Club, r. Sec. School, Jaffray, B.C.; Wai jashmcro, Elem. School, Grasme 970, between the hours of tandard OOL TRUSTEES OF NO. 1 (FERNIE) REFFERENDUM NO. 7 the owner-electors of Schoo rd of School Trustees of Sehoo money, without further assen e or from time to time, within 1st, 1970, by the issue and sale t a rate or rates per Columbia School District he time of the borrowing anc not exceeding twenty-five years tes thereof, is such principal time to time deem necessary i the aggregate Three Hundrec Dollars after pay-rokerage, exchange, and other sue or sale, for acquiring anc sing, constructing, reconstruct-lildings for school purposes or other capital expenditures for general terms sets out sub-and the amount allocated for ng within Provincial standards ts, and the amount specified rds and therefore not eligible ch the school district pays the gible for Not Eligible TOTAL rovincial for Prov. Grants Grants Nil Nil S Mil S clay of November 1970. Education the 13th day of 1970. rnor in Council the 23rd day r, 1970. s a true copy of the proposed e owner-electors will be taken f inters, Natal, B.C.; S. Hudock 1 Fernie Council Chambers, est Fernie, B.C.; Elko Elcm. Jallowav, B.C.; Jaffray Elcm. lo Elcm. School, Waldo, B.C.; re, B.C.; on December 12th, i.m, awl p.m. Mountain R. T CHAMBERS q Secretary-Treasurer School District No. J (Fernie) 6 D-5 Land and delineating as Zone Ind. MEMORIAAAS EGELAND In loving memory of a very dear mother, Anna E g e 1 a n d, who passec away December 1, 1969. remembered and fondly loved by her son Magnus, Grace and family. crlbed as All that portion of Canadian Pacific Railways Rrghf-of-Way as shown on Plan" RW 167, described as follows: Commencing at the North Western corner of Block A as shown on Plan 25fi9 F. R.; THENCE westerly at a bearing S 89 degrees 59' 30" W Parallel to tha northern boundary cf said Block A, e distance of 370.00 feet mors cr less to a point; THENCE southerly at a bearing S 00 degrees 00' 30" E, a distance cf 59.83 jf V Stripe it right spark quiet utfits with these tops. stripes run erotuid ersatile vest and tank top. just single and double rochet top off pants, skirts. 'attern 7336: NEW SIZES n-l-l nd. Size 1-1 (bust FIFTY CENTS (coins) for ach pattern (no stamps, lease) add 15 cents for each attern for first-class mailing nd special handling HE LETllBRmnE IfERALD leaders Mail Limited 1 Front Street West c oronio i, Ontario. sends a complete 20-volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Pat Powers, age 11, of New Brunswick, N'ew Jersey, for her question: ow fio eels make electricity? There is no shortage of electricity in the world. In smal oses it is present iji countless llions of agitated atoms anc loiecules. It runs the minia-ure powerhouse in every living cell. Nerve fibers use it to raise messages between the irain and body. On a frosty oming it crackles when you >rush your hair. The atmo-phere has a surplus to squan-er in dramatic lightning as les. Electric power is plcn-'ul today because great brains the past learned to tame anc mrness a small portion of this ant force. As a rule, the giant forces o! alure are built up from small nits. Electricity is one of the naliest particles of the atom, t is freed when numbers of or-ing electrons leave their oms. Electrons are footloose rtides and many factors can cmpl Ihem to leave home. They ivel their orbits at fantastic pccds and when they depart hey take this energy with them. I'hc power of electricity is rnere-y electrons on the move. Each electron bears a ncga-ive electrical charge. An atom vith an equal number of clec-rons and positive protons is Icctrically neulral. When elec-rons leave home, atoms try to apture replacements to restore alanccd neutrality. The f o o l-oosc elcclrons crealc clcclri-ity that whiz lo and fro among ffi atoms. Electrons may bo coaxed to tray by friction, by heal or ragnelism. In living lissue (hey re prodded by the interaction i chemicals. This also happens n a chemical batlery. Cells use his electrochemical syslem to erfomi a multiluda of The electric eel adapts tt lo run a special powerhouse that sends out electric shocks. This nine foot snakey fish Ii related to the catfish and not to the true eels. His powerhouse is located in about 58 inches of fatty tissue at his tail end. Scientists suspect that it is a special adaptation of Ihe nervous system lhat pulses electric signals between adaptation of the nervous system that pulses electric signals between brain and body. Originally, perhaps its cells were intended to become long muscle fibers. Instead, they became stubby little elec-.roplaxes thai act much liko flashlight batteries. Nerve im-lulses trigger normal muscls 'ibers lo contract. In the electric eel, they trigger the electro Dlaxes to send the current from :eil to cell. When trillion! them release their electric charges together, they send out a iolt strong enough to stun a ta' man swimmer. The electric ccl lurks in mud-ly tributaries of the Amazon met other murky waters ol South America. He uses one sec-ion of his electric organ to end out a continuous series ol ast, weak signals. The impulses jounce back from fish, stones .nd olher solid objects in his valcry world. He catches and nlerpretes Ihem with the help f two sensitive piis in his head. Vhen danger lurks, Ii8 uses his altcrics to release a stunning oath-dealing jolt. Questions astel by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington Beach, California 926-18. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1970) easterly at a bearing S 83 degrees 36' SO" E, a distance of 64.88 feet more or less to a point) THENCE south easterly at a bearing S 69 degrees 15' 40" E, a dislar.ca ot 377.82 feet more or less to a point; THENCE easterly at t bearing S 85 degrees 54' 20" E, a distance of feet mora or less, to the dsflectirin polnl on the soul'Tern boundary of said Block A; THENCE In memory of ihirtis James Flett, who passed away November 30, 1969. Why did he have to go? God will only know, He was an innocent boy Playing with trucks and toys. He was so young in age Only in his playful stage. In our hearts there will always be a place for him. We think of the life he .-ould not win. We remember that long and tragic day When his cheerful young life was taken away. We wish his life had not come to cease, And only hope he may rest in peace. Ever remembered by the John Courtoreille family. 453 Here's sobering Jhougbl for .110 tons Is t TORONTO (CP) Here's i a sobering police c in Metropolitan Toronto to- night begin their annual I spot checks for drinking c drivers during the Christ- 1 mas season. If you are good you get a s windshield scraper and a lit- r tcr bag. a If you aro in a sljito of in- o loxicalion you are liable to i face charges under the Lin- t uor Act, Requiem mass or Albert S'tephen Begalli, be-oved husband of Mrs. Anne egalli of 271 2nd Ave., Hardie-le, who died in the city Fri-y, Nov. 27, 1970, at the age 57 years, was Said at m. Tuesday, Dec. 1, 1970, at Basil's Roman Catholic urch with Rev. D. Bums of-ciating. Pallbearers were ank Pet9. Edward Mihatik, oy Kurtz. John Liichansky, aine Wright and Peter Lark'o. ,erment was in the Mount Ivary section of Mountain ew Cemetery. Martin Bras, d., Directors of Funeral Ser-ce, was in charge of the of said Biocfc A, a distance cf 206. 60 feet more or less to the south western corner of sa id Block A THENCE northerly along the western boundary of said Block A, a distance of 160.0 feet more or less to the pom of commencement; The area herein described containing l.W acres more or less; and municipally known as Immediately adjacent to 13lh Street Worth. AMD FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT a copy of the proposed may t-e 'nspected at the office cf the City Clerk In the City Hall during the normal office hcys AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person who wishes to By-Low shall first fila written submission v.ith the City Clerk not iater than o'clocV r-ccn on Friday, the llth day of AND FURTHER NOTICE THAT such persons fl3 fllo inch written submission may appear ot the answer questions at City Courid concerning their but subject lo the condition that oral representation In support of a brief wil be limited to thirty minutes and cne rebuttal period of no more lhan ten minutes. DATED Ciry of John Gerla City Clerk N5J Draft war vet SYDNEY, Australia (Renter) A 50-year-old former Czecho- Slovak army captain who was a prisoner in (he Auschwitz Nazi concentration camp during the t, .Second World War has been i drafted by the Australian army. The defence department is in- vestigating why Miroslav Berber received induction papers under the national service project designed for Funeral service for Ichiji Nishiyama, bc-oved husband of Mrs. Tsui Nishiyama of Picture Butlc died there Wednesday, Vov. 25, 1970, at the age of 73 t'oars, was hold at 7 p.m. Sun-lay, Nov. 29, 1970, in the Pic-ure Unite Buddhist Church vilh Kev. S. Kosaka Pallbearers were lasuda, M. Karialsumari, M. foktmaga, S. Furukawa, Y.