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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THI IITHBRIDOB HERALD Wedrmdoy, Ducembsr 2, 1970 66 PERSONAL WANTED PERSON TO SHARE rldo to Lethbrldoo from MIIK River ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone wlfh a drinking pr'oblim. 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CONFECTIONERY CENTRAL LO- catloh Low ovflrhcad Money maker for right parly Must sell Jmmediately. Phone CI300-B AN INFORrAATION REFERRAL centre A.I.D. Advlw, Information and Direction In areai of Health, Welfare and Recreation, Phono 327- 7323, 10 a.m. P-m. CI036-4D 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALL. TAPING, SPRAYING celllntjs. Excellent workmanship. Phono SOUTHERN STAMP AND Rubber stamps, corporate teals, daters, itc. Same-day Service. 1233 and Ave. S. Phone 329-5114. C692J-tt SENT A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE. Bi.CO far two weeks, per month. Frio delivery end pickup. Phone 327- 5243. Singer Company of Canada, Col- _ MAY TAG SALES and SERVICE. SER- vices en maKes uf end ill small appliances, lawn mowers, Irons, vacuum cleancrir etc. No (oo large or too small. IETHBR1DGE APPLIANCES, 905 3rd Ave. Phone K7-U56. SPARE TIME EARNINGS MEN OR WOMEN to collect money from a now coin operated game In your area. No selling. To qualify must havo car, t o cash. Six to ten hours weekly will return excellent Incoma. More full time. Wo Invest with you Inter- DISTRI- BUTORS, Postal Station A, Box 2014, Sudbury, Ontario. Include phone 433-1 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1972 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial propert I i. 69A WINTER ACCOMMODATION WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT Victoria Inn. Ideal winter fur- nUhed accommodation. Indoor hsated pool, sauna, downtown, near parks. With or without meals, 0 f f season rates: Mr. P. G. Hartnell, Mgr., 655 St., Victoria. I5J-F2h 70 GARDENING TREES TRIMMED, ODD JOBS DONE. Phono 327-7393 or 327-2433. 2M8-lf inu ranches. City or >nd mortgages. 75 CONTRACTS BORGE RAVEN 1379 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, re- modelling and repalri. Phon9 327-3219. C6319-IJ GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Soreruen Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phono 327-4582. C7377-tf FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. In- ured, free estimates. Phona 327-S284. HEDGE TRIMMING TTM pruning and removal, 327-2W1. 9216-tl JUNK AND YARD CLEAN UP. Phone 327-7398 or 317-1X5. C9127-H CUSTOM FRAMING TO ALL TYPES OF BUILDINGS. RENOVATIONS, AND RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 328- 8572 OR 327-3234. 941frtf BIRTHS McKNIGHT Dwayne Connie are proud to announce the birth of a daughter, Trina La Ree, seven Ibs., born Friday, November 27, 1970. A sister for Shanda. GROVES Doug and Cherry Groves and daughter Shannon Louise are proud to announce the birth, of Steven Douglas Francis, Saturday, November 21, 1970 at Calgary. Delighted grandparents are Mr. and: Mrs. Forest E. Greeno of New Day- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Groves of Lethbridge. Wes FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 323-1094. FALL CLEAN-UP. ALL KINDS OF Junk hauled away. Tree trimming and odd lobs. Phone 6325-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS AND ROASTERS LIVE AT coco !2c per Ib. Evenings and Saturday _ Phcna 752 2132, Duane Forsyth, Welling. 9723-12D FRIERS AND ROASTING CHICKENS ready 37 cents per Ib. on dozen lot. delivery. Custom killing, hell. muth Dyck, Coaldale, Phon9 345-332J. C9SS-tf 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES MALE AND FEMALE Male good singer. Phone 32B-2H3. 514-4 SIX PART DACHSHUND TERRIER pups for sala. S10 each. Guaranteed arnall. Phone 323-7534. 513-5 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estata or JOHN KOVACS, late of the City of Lethbridge, In The Province of who died en the 2nd day of October, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with th8 undersigned Solicitor by the 4th day of January, A.D. 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by lhflm JOHN VASELENAK, Q.C. Suite D.' Mefcalfe Building, Lethbrldge, Alberta Solicitor for the Executor ERNEST KOVACS. Nti? CHIHUAHUA TERRIER CROSS pups. Seven weeks o I d. Phono 323- 5060. -122-5 GOLDEN COCKER SPANIEL PUP- pies for lale. 525. Phone Springs. 446-3 PUREBRED grown males and females. Also pup- piss. Call after A p.m., 1213 3rd Ava. A. S. 32B-3J23. 531-31 PROFESSIONAL POODLE GROOMING RAEBOURNE KENNELS COLEMAN, ALBERTA PHONE 563-3181 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BEAUTY quick lal SALON, PRICED FOR i. Wrlta Box 30, Herald. 11BUY A being sold with fully year-round dairy bar and fast food service. Double your Invest- ment in one year In this busy south- ern town. Terms possible. Sox 93, Her- ald. 349-3 NEWLY DECORATED AND EQU1P- ped restaurant; specialty store on main floor; apartment on s e c o n J floor. Owner selling entlra building, cated on chosen corner In North LelhbrldgB. balance by mort- or agreement for sale to approv- ed purchaser. Also would consider rent- Ino with option Jo buy. Call at 5Jfi 13th Jt. N. or phons 328-4393, for details. WESTERN CANADA'S LARGEST RENT-A-CAR FIRM DEATHS LEBSACK Tuesday, De- cember I, 1970, David, beloved husband of Mrs..Nora Lebsack, Vulcan. Further announce- ments by Vulcan Funeral Home. C142Q KENNING Passed away suddenly at the residence on Saturday, November 28, 1970, Elmer Francis, at the age of 52 years of Carmangay. The fu- neral service will be held at a.m. on Thursday, De- cember 3, 1970 in the Mem- orial Chapel, 703 13 Street North, with Rev. W. F. Schoe; officiating. Interment will f low in the family clot at Bo ville Cemetery at" p.m Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors Funeral Service. C1426 DEATHS MILLER Passed away Tuesday, December 1, 1970, Donald (Eing) of Vauxhall. Fu- neral services will be an- nounced when completed. Hum- phries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, in charge of arrange- ments. C1434 CYGI Herman H. passed away In the city o Tuesday, December 2, 1970, a the age of 73 years, belove husband of Mrs. Ruth Gygi, 1120 18 St. S. Funeral arrang ments will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmo Funeral Home Ltd., Director GovL department changes coming EDMONTON (CP) Ttio of Funeral Service. C1422 SEALED TENDERS will bo re- ceived by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. standard Tims on Mon- day, December 14, 1970 for the follow- ing work: TRUCK HAULING FOR BRIDGE WORK ON AS REQUIRED BASIS Contracts and Specifications may be obtained s: the Office of ins Chief Bridge Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton; Office of the District En- gineer, Administration Building, Leth- bridge; end Oftice of the District En- gineer, Highways Building, Calgary end will be available only to Individu- als domiciled and operating In the 3rovlnce of Alberta, or to partner- snips or corporations registered and operating In and who have established a fixed place of business In the Prov- nce of Alberta. A deposit of Twenty- Fiva Dollars (525.00) will be required or each copy of Contract and Specul- ations taken. Each bid must be ac- ompanled by a wnd equal to Tenders will be opened in public. Tha owest or any tender not necessarily ccepted. L. H. MCMANU5 DEPUTY MINISTER OP HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT N7S DAYRIDER Passed awa on Wednesday, Etecember 1970, Harry Dayrider, aged years, of the Blood Reserv The funeral service will be he in St. Catherine's C a t hoi Church, Standoff, Friday a.m., Rev. T. Duhaime o ficdating. Interment, Stando Cemetery. A Wake Service wil be held in the Immaculate Con ception Church, St. Mary School on Thursday evening Funeral arrang e m e n t s b Eden's Funeral Fort Madeod. Home Ltd C142 Pattern 7432 Now has a franchise available for Lsthbrldga. Interested parties, pleasa eubmlt name, phono number and pres- ent business Involvement to Box 95, Herald. 351-3 Distributor For This Area National company reaulres responsible men and wcmen' to restock faooK dis- play racks with best selling books No selling, locations secured. Appli- cants must be honest, energetic, have serviceable car and be able to devote seven to ten hours per Invest- ment required of .to S3CCO to cover guaranteed inventory. Right per- son can earn SSQQ per month or more depending on effort and investment. Mora Information provided I f yo letter contains emails on self. Whi writing please Include phone number. World Classics Limited 33 Isabella Street Toronto, Ontario Wayne Anderson Agencies IOC Professional Bldg. Phone 327-6244 Confectionery end Grocery 13th St. N. Building, stock and equipment. Full prico Terms. Exclusive. M suits motel at Waterloo Ex- clusive. Excellent grocery sforo with living quarters, at Waterloo l.aVa. Evenings Phons Gordon Ferns................ 377-7273 327-7354 VALUABLE AND THRIVING BUSINESS SPARKY'S DAIRY BAR TABER, ALBERTA are pleased (o havs been given opportunity to sell this well-known and established dairy bar and hamburger drivo-in. Has a largo gross turnover cperallng on B nlna month basis. For furltiT hfdrmaf'cri contact: L. S. Hartley Box 105, Phwii 34J.353J. OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE LTD. Enjoy flowers all year with :his lovely., 12-month series. Flower of Every Month em- broider dainty, delightful motifs on towels, pictures, dresses, ron pockets. Pattern 7432: .waive motifs about 4% x 5" to x FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, 35 Mttern for first class mailing! his wife Ethel, Grassy Lake; OLKR Allen LeHoy, pass ed away suddenly in the cit on Saturday, November 2) 1970, at the age of GO years beloved husband of Mrs. Don Oler, of 1241 4 Ave. N. Funera services will be held in th north side L.D.S. Chapel 01 Thursday, December 3, 1970 a 2 p.m., with Bishop Harris Ha! officiating. Interment will fol low in the family plot in the family plot in the Stirling Cemetery. Friends may raee the family and pay their re- spects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Society room of the Church. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di rectors of Funeral Service. C1421 DA1D3ROVSKI Passed away suddenly in the city on Tuesday, December 1, 1970, Jo- seph at the age of 67 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Adeline Dambrovski, of 430 23 Street South. The late Mr. Dambrov- ski came to southern Alberta in 1929 where he worked on a number of farms, purchasing his own farm in the Milk River district in 1939. In 1958 he re- tired to Lethbridge due to ill health and has resided here un- til his passing. Besides his lov- ing wife he is also survived by one sister in Chicago. The fu- neral service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, Decem- ber 5, 1970, in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13 Street North, with Rev. R. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the family plot in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service. C1427 ETCIIHORN Of Grassy Lake, passed away at Taber on Monday, November 30, 1970, Otto of Grassy Lake, at the age of 6! years. Bora at Bas- ien. Germany February 15, 1906 and came to Canada to Grassy Lake in 1930. He farm- ed south of Grassy Lake from 1939 until retiring to live in town in August of this year. Mr. Etchhorn married the former Ethel at Taber HARSANY December 1310, John, aged 69 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Eliz beth Harsany of 409 27 St. S Lethbridge, and beloved fathe of Mrs. George (Ruby) Kayto of 515 56 Ave. S.W. Calgary Services conducted by Mr Leonard Gill will be held Mclnnis and Holloway Funera Chapel at 1503 4 St. S.W. Cal gary, Friday at p.m. C14: IU 0 R A N Monday, No vember 30, 1970, Charles A fred Moran, aged 75 years, Vul can. Funeral Mass will be cele- brated at St. Andrew's Church Vulcan, Thursday a.m Visitation at the funeral horn this afternoon (Wednesday and Thursday from 9 to a.m. Interment, Vulcan Ceme tery. Vulcan Funeral Home ii charge of arrangements. CI41! CARDS OF THANKS HOFFORTH Mrs. Hofforth wishes to thank the doctors a the Hunt Clinic; also the nurse: and staff of Main Two, St Michael's Hospital for the care and kindness shown her during the long stay in hospital. A spe- cial thanks to the many friends and relatives for flowers, hooks, numerous gifts, cards and visits. My heartfelt appre- ciation to you all. Mrs. Jacob Hofforth. 532 VANDER HEIDE We wish o extend our most sincere hanks and appreciation during our recent bereavement to Rev. Van Beveren, the attending doctors and nurses of the Leth- ridge IfeJcipal and St. Mich- lei's Hospitals, pallbearers and Vlartin Bros. Ltd. Funeral Di- ectors; to our many friends and relatives for floral tributes, ards, food and to those who ?isited our loved one in the tospital -The family of the late Fred Vander Heide. 515 Journal says tho provincial sec- retary's department may disap- pear in the next session of the legislature and Uie social de- velopment department may take over correctional Institu- tions. The movies could be the re- sult of a wide ranging admini- trative examination the social credit government has been making since early last sum- mer, the newspaper said. Two major changes have al- ready been announced by Uie Alberta government: creation of a department of environ- mental improvement and a hos- pitals commission and the amalgamation of the remaining divisions of health with the social d e v e lopment depart- ment The Journal says other changes are being contemplat- ed that would eliminate the provincial secretary's depart- ment, expand the functions of O1 the youth section Into recrea- tion and leisure, and remove the corrections section to the socially oriented social devel- opment department. Dystrophy group founder dies VANCOUVER mem- orial service for Ernest Swan, 88, pioneer dry cleaner and a man who helped form the Mib- cvJar Dystrophy Association of Canada, will be held Thursday. Mr. Swan, who died Sunday, came to Vancouver in 1907. He was a native of Paris. In 1949 when his grandson de- veloped muscular dystrophy, Mr. Swan contacted other fam- ilies with sufferers of the dis- ease. The Muscular Dystrophy Association of Canada was formed and he became its first president. Andy tends a complete 20- volume set of tho World Book Encyclopedia to KatWeen Fisher, age 12, of Youngs- town, Ohio, for her question: Why Is there so much helium in Texas? The earth plays a game of lide-andrseek with her treas- urers. She hid a deposit of pre- cio'is gold for us to find in Northern California. Most of her diamond hordes are concealed in the rocky remains of old vol- eanos in South Africa. Beds of coal are buried where ancient forests once grew in soggy swamps. Oil deposits are the hidden remains of ancient, shal- low seas. Some of Uiem ooze tacky asphalt and a very few Kansas and Oklahoma, New Mexico and Saskatchewan. Oth- ssr countries may or may not have helium In undiscovered gas wells and there may ieposik of helium In the ocean beds. It is one of the ingredi- ents in natural gas, the flam- liable mixture we pipe to our kitchen stoves. The natural gas wells of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas may be about two per cent helium. A much richer well in Arizona contains eight per cent helium. The two most common ele- ments on the earth are oxy- are sealed underground with gen and silicon, while helium helium and other valuable js me of the rarest. Out in gases. The major share of the world's helium seems to be lo- cated in Texas, but not all of it. There are largo supplies in space, the major elements hydrogen and helium. Helium accounts for almost a quarter of the material in the mon- strous, blazing stars. la earth's crust it Is rarer than AUDITOR-GENERAL FINDS ALLY Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield, right, op- pears at Ottawa news conference at which he accused the government of launching a campaign' of intimidation, against !he auditor-general. As Mr. Stanfield was holding his news conference, the auditor-general, Maxwell Henderson, left, was appearing be- fore the Commons public accounts committee to explain his most recent report on gov- ernment spending. The government introduced a bill in the House to restrict the powers of the auditor-general. Native council formed OTTAWA (CP) Metis and ion-treaty Indian societies from le four western provinces have oined to form a Native Council Canada it was announced ere today. President of the Saskatche- Metis Society, Jim Sinclair, ho is chairman of the new ouncil, told a news conference le council was set up as a way establishing a direct line of ommunication with the federal overnment. i "We must become a national group in order to be able to have a voice in Ottawa." He said most government pro- grams set up to help native peo- ple are directed at treaty Indi- ans, and the non-treaty Indians are neglected. Non-treaty Indians are those who have lost their Indian status by marrying non-Indians or who have voluntarily re- jected their Indian status. Metis are only part Indian. Fined in tax case CALGARY (CP) Arnold Kipnes, 41, of Calgary was fined and sentenced to two months when convicted here of making false state- ments In a 1961 income tax re- turn. church manifestation emerges and special handling to: THE LETUBKIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PKKSS Deep Kivrr. Lloyd Elliott, 49, director of research it the Chalk Hiver Atomic En- ergy of Canada Ltd. plant. Lake Havnsu City, Ariz. Wan-en V. Thompson, when his racing hull sank in trials for the world outboard racing championship: of a skull fracture. two sons, Gerald, Calgary, Ronald, Lethbridge; two daughters, Rosalind and Pat- ricia of Edmonton; one sister Martha, Germany; one grand- child. Prayers will be said in Humphries Funeral Chapel, Taber, Wednesday (tonight) at p.m. Funeral will be con- ducted from (he A.fsumption Roman Catholic Church, Gr.ifsy Lake on Thursday, De- cember 3 at 10 a.m., with Rev. Father Eric Kelson celebrant. Interment will follow in the Memorial G a r d e n s. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., ir. Charge of Arrange-i 1 men's, 01423 TORONTO (CP) The out ne of what churchmen term the new manifestation of th a "new church1 today .following t onference of Protestant theolo ;ians seeking to reconcile dif erences on questions of faith rder and liturgy. It would be a church consider )Iy changed from its parents would be bom, as expressec a proposed Covenant o nion, in the hope that "some Ting new and better than any ing we have known separately ill begin to emerge in our imroon worship." The covenant would be the asic founding document of nion of the Anglican Church o: anada, the United Church o: anada, the dominant non-Ro- an Catholic denominations in anada, and a small, thirc oup of sharply differing ews, the Christian Church Msciples of The covenant is the core of a eliminary draft of a proposed an of Union adopted Friday ght by the general on on union. It will go before e courts of the involved churches in January for study for to the memberships at large for reac- tion. Under prwent plans of slep-by-step consideration, final decision cannot come be- fore 1974. RECOGNIZE FEAR Taking cognizance of feelings of unease and fear of change, widespread among members of (he major churches since talks on union began in 1M3, (he draft of the covenant says: "Congregations may employ in thoir worship the familiar words of the Book of Common Prayer of Iho Anglican Church of Canada, Christian Worship of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) or the service book of the United Church of Canada. "They may draw the heritage of all brandies of the church." The general commission was formed after the Principles o Union were adopted in 1965 by the Anglicans and the Unitec of the idea of organic union. Three years in the drafting, the preliminary draft of the proposed plan con- sists at present of more than words of reports by spe- cial commissions on such points as a declaration of faith and of doctrine. The covenant itself is about words in length. Nineteen names offered by members were put on a prefer- ential was "Soul the commission directed to choose as a sugges- tion one of the first five. It was decided Tuesday night as the meeting closed, a day ahead of schedule, to submit, without a recommendation, five names to the courts of the churches. FIVE LISTED In order of members' prefer- ence, with the number of points each obtained in the vote shown in parenthesis, they arc: of Christ in Canada Church of Christ In Canada Christian Church tn Canada United Eplscopa Church hi Canada Episcopal Church Christ (in Canada) Members of the drafting com mittee urged acceptance of name that would fit easily int a newspaper headline, such CCC. The prolonged negotiations o church union affect the spiritua well-being of more than six mil lion n u m b e who declared Anglican o United Church affiliation in th 1961 census when individual were required to state the church they attended. Figures of actual membership and of adherents vary. Thos generally accepted are for the Anglican Church am for the United Church Difficult questions of theology important to ordained church men but of little interest to thi laity as a whole, were resolved usually with compromise. BAPTISM INCLUDED Among them was baptism o: nfants. For this ceremonial 'laying on of hands n c member asked sarcastically 'one or proposed. It finally was agreed that in- Bill raises nensions OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment today gave formal notice of legislation to increase war veterans' disability pensions. The legislation would also es- ablish a bureau of pensions ad- oulside the veterans af- airs department and two new ppeal entitlement jcard and n pension review oard. The notice was given on (lie Commons order paper by Vet- erans Minister J e a n -E u d e s Jube, who has promised a full tatement in the House Wcdnes- ay on government plans for eterans" pension legislation. Civilian War Pensions and Allowances Act will also be amended. Special pensions will be paid to veterans of the Hong Kong disaster in 1911 and other 1911- prisoners of the Japanese or their strrvivors. Fine inini-skirters SALISBURY (Renter) A Rhodcsian tribal leader, Chief Musama, has banned women in his chicfdom from wearing dresses with hemlines above the knee. Offenders will be fined a hen on the first offence and a goat on tho Keconcl fants may be baptized, this to be followed in later years with a service of confirmation. Ceremony now prevailing in all churches will be continued. The Disciples believe only in adult baptism, by immersion. So does the Baptist Church which announced to the meeting its final decision that, differ- ences in belief and doctrine were so deep it could not join the proposed union. On faith, the Old and New Testaments are. accepted as basic. This was a major concession on the part of the Disciples who base their belief only on the New Testament. A group of members they had their Canadian origin at a meeting in the early 1800 of "Scotch Disci pies avoid saying "Scottish Bap ists" near Charlettelown They now have 10 congregation m the Maritimes, 30 in Ontaric and seven in the West. OPEN TO WOMEN A major decision was that in he new church ordained minis ries will be open to both men and women. The Anglican Church a >rcsent has no ordained women iriests. Women in its ministry vithin a decade was seen, as a irobability by some members. "Presbyters" will r e p 1 a c e 'ministers" and "priests." Dea- ons, replacing the word will be ordained. For (he official in charge of precious platinum and only about five atoms of helium may be present among a million gaseous particles of the air. Usable supplies, then, must be extracted from these special natural gas wells. These concentrations of he- lium are linked to the forma- tion of natural gas and natural gas is linked to the formation of petroleum. Scientists suspect that this complex blend of chemicals Is a residue from small creatures who lived in an- cient seas. Most of its mole- cules are hydrocarbons, usual- ly built only by living cells. Ages ago, upheavals in the earth's crust lifted these sea- beds and buried their organic residues under massive layers of rock. In time, heat and pres- sure changed the oily organic mixture into petroleum. In the process, light gasw rose to the top and usually seeped up through cracks and lost themselves in the air. But in a few cases, the oily mix- ture was trapped under domes of solid rock. The light gases could not escape. They were sealed in underground pockets above the petroleum. The special formations that trapped the natural gas mix- tures underground with the pet- roleum are very rare Indeed. Most of them are In North America and most of the world's helium is separated from the natural gas in these wells. In 1903, helium was identi- fied in a Kansas well. Texas wells began yielding the rare gas in 1929. It is estimated that five major wells in Texas, Kan- sas and Oklahoma contain 180 billion cubic feet of helium un- der their dense domes. The Uni- ted States mines about two mil- lion cubic feet a year and half of this is stored for the future. Questions asSed by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington. Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1970) inances and legal matters, legal as proposed, was to "chancellor. It was emphasized throughout iat terminology was meaning- ess. At least in ils teginnings, ic proposed new church will loscly resemble the old. The United Church and the )isciplcs accepted bishops. In the structure of the church pastoral zones will e the local basis. Over (hem ill come districts, each headed y a bishop, then regions and fi- ally the national assembly. Safe-driving week opens By TIIE CANADIAN PRESS The Safe-Driving Week death toll for the first day this year totalled three across Canada, eight fewer than last year. Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick each reported1 traffic death while the other provinces reported none. Following is a day-to-day record this year with last year's seven-day totals: Dec. Mid. P.E.I. N.S. N.B. Quo. Out. Man. Satk. Alb. B-C. Total 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 n 0 n .1 'm 'so o i o i 0 4 1 5 1 9 3 21 0 2 I) 0 0 i 0 8 3 55 Saskatchewan legislature opens Feb. 4 REGINA (CP) Premisr foss Thatcher announced hers he J971 session of the legisla- ure will begin Thursday, Feb. 4 and promised to introduce amendments to labor law. He told delegates to the Sas- katchewan Liberal Association annual convention he believes abor could be a basic issue for he next general election. The last general election i.1 iaskalchcwnn was in 1967 and n theory that next one could sa late as 1972, ;