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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta New role for remembrance starting says Legion head EDMONTON (CP) A new role for remembrance is de- veloping in a society where fewer and fewer people can re- call the last world war, Judge Redmond Roche of Montreal, national president of the Royal Canadian Legion, said here. "The spirit of remembrance is that it is a time of dedica- tion, a time to evaluate oneself and one's Judge Roche said in a speech to a dinner for executives of veter- ans' groups in the city. "It is a time to re examine all tlte values which we, as Ca- nadians, believe in." Remembrance not only re- called what, had been done in HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. S., lethbridge THURSDAY, DEC. 3rd SAtE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH RESERVE Frigidaire fridge; Coldspot fridge; G.E. fridge: G.E. fridge- Moffat, Gurney, Crown gas ranges; Matched Bendix auto washer and dryer; Frigidaire automatic washer; New chesterfield; 2-new swivel rockers; z-cpmplete chester- fields- 5-various TV's; 3-good metal top work benches; 3-various sizes of gas heaters; Large floor safe; Various doors- Quantity of windows; 6-pce. light wood dining suite; 5-pce chrome suite; 4-kids chairs; Youth desk; 2-sets rinse tubs; Comp bed; Hollywood style single bed; Wood and chrome chairs; Various sizes and kinds of small tables; Cm-tains and drapes: All kinds of electrical appliances; 6' step ladder; 2-new garbage cans; Quantity of books; 2-vacuum cleaners; Set stainless steel pots and pans (like 2-old lamps; 2-air rifles; Set of dental tools: 2-mantle radios; Old basin and pitcher; 2-trikes and tractor; Model ICO Polaroid camera; Various tires and wheels. Many More Items Too Numerous To Mention. FRIDAY, DEC. llth ot 2 p.m. HIGHWAY 3 WEST IETHBRIDGE RIVERBOTTOM 22.57 ACRES LAND AUCTION For Further Information Contact: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd S. Lethbridge AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. No. 4! Li'- No. 458 the past but also "symbolizes what people. may be called upon to do for freedom in the future." Judge Roche said many Ca- nadians are becoming compla- cent about the freedoms they enjoy and others "are woikmg harder to destroy our institu- tions than we are to give them meaning." In spite of the second world war, Canadians generally had not become any more vigilant in guarding their freedoms. "In fact, we have become even more indifferent. We have become cynical, soulless and selfish. Our cheque book has become our conscience." While earlier gener a t ions made tlie mistake of allowing Canada to drift into foreign wars, Judge Roche said, the generation currently in power is guilty of an even greater sin. "We have allowed our coun- try to drift to the brink of rev- olution." He said the Quebec terrorist crisis has caused many young Canadians to regard remem- brance in a new light. "For the first time, the words terror and freedom have a new meaning. They may even have felt a bit of sym- pathy for our doomed genera- tion; a bit of understanding" Judge Roche said Canadians must tone up their social con- science and called on the Le- gion to take the lead in helping Canadians to regain their sense of unity. CEMENT COVERED It has been estimated that each year a million acres of land in North America are cov- ered with concrete or asphalt. DON'T MISS OUT ON THESE SAVINGS JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMASl DOUBLE AND SINGLE BREASTED MEN'S SUITS an co 49 T W lotest ityle: in virgin variety of pattern! and colors. SPECIALLY PRICED AT ALTERATIONS EXTRA PLEASE AIL ZIP-IN LINED TOPCOATS Single or double breasted, with or without I AW belt "A UN FOR THE BIG MAN WINTER JACKETS Various styles in Mellon, Nylon, Corduroy, or Duck. Sizes 46 to 52. NOW 20% All WOOL SLEEVELESS SWEATERS 'Assorted colors. Sizes S.M.L. Reg. 7.95 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRI DAY UNTIL 9 P.M. 4-95 WhiU th.y lost an Ideal Chrittmoi CiH for any mnnl WALLET and TIE SETS Wdllels of geniune leather Assorted colors Regular 2.95. SPECIAL WOOL BL6ND PLAID PATTERN SPORT SHIRTS Assorted colors. Size S.M.I. O Q Reg. 4.95.....C.3J MEN'S ALL WOOL GLOVES A REAL BUY! MR.......990 MEDIUM WEIGHT COTTON COMBINATIONS Short sleeve, long leg. Sizes 38 to 44. O AQ Regular 3.95. BUYRITE MEN'S WEAR 318 5th St. S. Phone 327-4210 EXPLOSION IN U.S. EMBASSY Workmen clean up rubble from explosion of bomb Tuesday inside the U.S. embassy, background, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. No one was injured in the explosion of the terrorist-planted bomb. Bond market continues bullish TORONTO The Cana- dian bond market continued its bullish trend, closing sharply higher in active trading last week. Short-term issues rose about one-half point. Mid-term bonds were up as much as one point. Long-term issues gained about one-half point and corporate bonds about one-quarter point. Prices were strong during most ol the week, dropping off slightly Thursday. Westcoast Transmission floated a new isue totalling SCO million. The 7Vi-per-cent con- vertible bonds were dated Jan. 1, 1991, and sold at par. Dominion Glass introduced an issue totalling million. The 20-year sinking fund debentures were priced at par and dated Dec. 16, 1990. Midland Osier Securities, bond dealers, said both issues sold weU. Day-to-day money was avail- able Friday at five per cent. Three- and six-month treasury bills traded at 5.38 and 5.46 per cent, respectively. Wednesday, Docombor 1, 1770 THE LETHBRIDC5 HCRAIO IS Officer infiltrates anti-war groups NEW YORK (AP) A for- mer army intelligence officer says he was assigned to infil- trate anti-war groups and prov- ided with liquor and offered marijuana to help do the job. The former officer, David Johnson, made the disci o s u r e in an NBC television program last night. Johnson said he never got any marijuana, although "we were told even that if we needed marijuana we could have it but not to get caught with it." The army bought the liquor for agents to take to parties given by a n t i -w a r groups. "They could buy it cheaper on the he said. He said his job was to infil- R1PLEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service serving people" 618 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 328-7626 Irate anti-war groups planning demonstrations against Presi- dent Nixon in Washington in January, 19CS. Johnson was among five mrai identified as former army intel- ligence agents interviewed on the program. They said the army has compiled dossiers on civilian protestors. ONLY ONE In 1970 only one country be- came Your NEW Authorized Dealer JEEP'TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 Medical network proposed i BOSTON (AP) Creation of a United States-wide television medical netwoi'k linking hospi- tals and medical schools was urged yesterday by Dr. Kenneth T. Bird of Gen- eral Hospital. Bird, a pioneer in medical tel- evision, reported to the Ameri- can Medical Association on the eve of the organization's 24th clinical convention. He said a national network of cltsed-circuit TV stations linking communities having doc- tor shortages or other health care delivery problems with ex- perts at medical schools and teaching great- ly improve the delivery of both medical and psychiatric health- care services throughout the country. The community stations could be manned primarily by spe- cially trained nurses and para- medical personnel, aided some- times by a local doctor. Prim- ary diagnosis, consultation, and recommendations for treatment would come from specialists at medical schools and hospi- tals at the other end of the TV circuit. Dr. Charles Solow and Ber- nard Berge, of Dartmouth Medi- cal School, Hanover, N.H., re- ported successful use of a 26- mile TV link between their school and Claremont, N.B., to provide psychiatric consultation for patients of some family doc- tors in Claremont. I i I I f: I I COMMENCING DECEMBER 1st PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Special low prices will be in effect for hoir styling performed by yf hair stylists. v ONE RACK DRESSES These are qualified hair stylists who are receiving beauty inlon training. AND SHAMPOOS and SETS 1.00 2 PERMANENT WAVES BUCKSKINS to 750 12 .50 sure to come In and MS our selec- tion of Christmas Gift Items and Gift Certificates. CLASSIC COIFFURES CLASSIC BOUTIQUE Phone 328-3066 4 323 6th St. S. Phone 328-3064 S 323 6th St. S. s? I DOWNTOWN on Seventh St. For COLDS and GRIPPE 1. Rest in bed 2. Drink plenty of fluids 3.-Take Aspirin to reduce fever and relieve pain ASPIRIN WILL MAKE ?OU FEEL BETTER FAST AsDirin is the Registered Trade Mark of The Bayer Company, Limited, Aurora, pntarla I I I I I I I I i. I I h I I PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE! Ail Brand Name Merchandise, All Clearly Marked with Bert Mac's Regular Low Prices BUY NOW DURING THIS PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE PRICES ARE REDUCED EVEN MORE REDUCTIONS OF and EVEN 50% All regular price tags are still on so look for the special discount tags on alf merchandise during this PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE All Televisisn Radios Stereos Kemps nents Cassette, 8 track and res! te reel Tape Recorders Paintings and Records are Included during this Sale, And all backed by the Service Department in Our Stores. BUDGET TERMS AT BANK INTEREST YES, WE STILL TAK6 WORKING TV's IN TRADE THAT'S AT "ESTABLISHED IN LETHBRIDGE OVER 31 YEARS" 327-3232 327-5560 ;