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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 70 NURSING SUPERVISOR Full time nights. Knowledge ol N.U.A. an asset .but not essential. Good working knowledge ol nursing supervision. REGISTERED PSYCHIATRIC NURSES Full time position. A.A.R.N. rates. REGISTERED NURSING ORDERLIES Full time. PHYSIOTHERAPIST Required Im- mediately. Active out-patient depart- ment combined with active treatment and Auxiliary Hospital. Application forms and inlormation available Personnel Director Lethbridge Municipal Hospital Alberta 327-4531 C5869-8 77 MUSICIANS AND ENTERTAINMENT EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS ETC. PHONE 328- 2887. 4951-tf THE MOON GLOWS Music for all occasions PHONE DON CODY AFTER 7 P.M. 9701 -tfh 76 LOST AND FOUND Lost two one one grey. Vicinity 11th Ave. and 28 St. S. Phone 328-0290. 5468-tf Border Collie and Scotch Collie lost in Coalhurst December 5th. Phone 328- 6982. 5394-10 Lost Reward information leading to the recovery of a three year old St. Bernard dog. Lost north of Pincher Station. Phone Pincher Creek. 5361-8 Lost Male white 2V4 years Nov. wearing choker dog licence and tag. Phone 327- after 328-9859. 5171-10 Strayed from our pasture '0 800 Ib. registered polled lerefprd heifers. Branded on left ribs. reward for of each. Tipi Ranch Spring Coulee. 758- 6789. 5425-13 79 PERSONAL Lose look better for Christ- mas with exercise 327-2151. a.m-12 p m 4-30-8 p.m. 4292-17D Birth Control and Information Centre. 542 7th St. S. Phone 328- 0196. C3125-tf Party etc. For your free write Novelties. P.O. Box Station M1K 5B9. 5295-19 Have your basic rights been in- We are concerned. Phone 328-3856. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ALBERTA HUMAN RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES ASSO- CIATION. 3144-tf ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking phone 327-8049 or alter p.m. Party etc. For your send S1.00 with first P.O. Box Station M1K5B9. 5295-20 80 SERVICES ANB REPAIRS Klrby Vacuum Sales and Service Kirby Company of Lethbridge 328- 8962. C3751-H DRYWALLING TAPING SPRAYING CEILINGS REPAIR WORK. PHONE 328-7362. 2943-tf Southern Stamp and Stencil Rubber corporate etc. Same-day service. 1233 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-5114. C6924-H The Secretariat Providing telephone bookkeeping and general secretarial etc. Phone 329-4165. C5887-15 Maytag Sales and Service. Services on all makes of washers and automatic or conventional. Also all small lawn irons vacuum etc. No job too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE 905 3RD AVE. S. Phone 327-4456. C7353-U 82 WINTER ACCOMMODATION TRAVELLERS INN B.C. DELUXE BACHELOR AND FAMILY ACCOMMODATION WITH FULL KITCHEN FACILITIES. CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN SHOPPING AND ATTRACTIONS. EXCELLENT PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICE AT THE DOOR. ATTRACTIVE WEEKLY AND MONTHLY RATES. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE TO TRAVELLERS 710 QUEENS B.C. ALL RENTAL INQUIRIES WELCOME. 5444-26 Jh 84 6ABDENIHG___________________ Winter work special. Trees and hedges trimmed. Trees removed for less. Phone 327-2641. C5837-tf McLean's Tree Surgery Free es- timates. trimming and felling. Call 327- 1323. 7030-tf Trees and shrubs pruned or removed by experienced horticulturalist. Satisfaction guaranteed. Free es- timate. 328-7672 or 328-6382. 4390-8 85 POULTRY AHD SUPPLIES Fryers also custom work. H. Dyck. Phone 345-3224. C2587-K Roasters live al coop wholesale. Duane Welling 752- 2132. 3950-20D 66 PETS AND SUPPLIES Wanted male German Shepherd. Six months to one year old. Phone Cardston. 5317-8 For sale miniature American Eskimo puppies. pure white. Phone Foremost. 5246-11 Christmas puppies registered Black Labradors. Top field trial blood lines. Jim Box Coaldale. 5338-8 Female black and white Boston Terrier 11 weeks. Registerable. Paper trained. Phone Pincher 627-4370. 5364-14 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Four farm dogs. Phone 327-9796 or L. East Coalhurst. 5298-8 Boston Bull Terrier female puppy. Phone 328-1298. after 5 p.m.5445-11 Free Lab cross puppies. Phone 732- Picture Butte. 5363-10 Large deluxe all chrome budgie cage and stand. Some accessories. Like new. Phone 327-6083. 5362-8 Registered Springer Spaniel pups excellent bloodline Phone 1- Ponoka. 5033-8 Eleven month old St. Bernard female. Bow Island 545- 6410. 5362-10 Six registered Australia Queensland Heeler pups. Phone Raymond. 4279-tl Joanne's Poodle and Pet Clipping Service. For appointment phone 328- 3763. 1186-tfh For sale Five month old German Short Hair and English Setter. Phone 328-7208. 5461-11 Black male Poodle Purebred. Seven weeks old. Not registered. 328- 7110. 5469-9 Lovely little kitten wants good home. Mother part Siamese. Phone after noon 328-1887.5470-8 Registered miniature Poodle pups. creams and whites. Phone 223-3870. Taber. 4942-22h Cardinal Tetras B.G.'s Pet and Fish 118 8th St. S. 328-4362. C5902-8 Two red male kittens to be given away. Will hold until Christmas. Phone 327-8701. 5494-14 FOR CHRISTMAS Registered Pekinese pups. Purebred. Also Keeshond pups for sale. Phone Stirling. 5495-14 Registered Hungarian Viszla. Two year old spayed female. Very good hunting prospect. Phone 327- 3053. 5337-8 One female French Poodle pup black not registered. Phone Lomond. 5296-8 Three quarter Chihuahua cross pup and also Terrier cross pups for sale. Phone 485-6502 or 485-6772. Vulcan. 5032-8h St. Bernard pups for sale from purebred stock. Phone Iron Springs. No Sunday calls. 5395-10 Cute black for sale. Eight months old. House broke. Loves children. Raymond. 5226-8 Boarding for pets. Personalized care. Reservations suggested. Soulhalta Barnwell 223- 4130. C5459-15D Registered Britany Spaniel puppies. Permanent shots. OFA certified. Ex- cellent as field and show. Phone G. A. 223-8363. Taber. 4915-22h IRISH SETTER SHOW PUPPIES O'lrish Dangerman Champion Julerin Constant Comment. Both Grand Sires Best in show winners. Wingmaster Kennel Calgary. 259-2193. Mrs. R. 143 Hallbrook Drv. Calgary 5396-15h HELP My owner is moving and I need someone to love me. I am a nine month old male cat and I am very affectionate. I am and I do not fight with the boys or chase girls. If you want please phone 329-3699 on Sunday. 5446-8 LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT KENNEL CLUB MEETING Will be held on December 10th at 8 p.m. In the small lecture theatre In the L.C.I. Guest speaker Dr. J. Carney. C5921-10 BB BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Tow truck and garage equipment for sale. Phone 327-0922.C5B53-B For Blacksmith and welding shop in an excellent farming district. Please phone 235-3662 or Claresholm. 4808-27 Esso Restaurant for lease in Lethbridge Immediate possession. Contact Imperial Oil Box in writing. Attention John Cole. C5903-10 ROYAL TRUST 323 7 ST.S. Phone 328-7761 Multiple Listing Service TRUCKING BUSINESS Two late model tandem trucks. Cattle and grain haul. Well established with steady work. Both trucks are 20 ft. body jobs with hoists and tag axles. One 1969 Ford tilt cab. one 1973 Louivile. Included late model mobile home with large lot. This business is located in a prosperous community with excellent school facilities. EXCLUSIVE. Call WES CUTFORTH at 327-8857. C5609-tf 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th SI. S.-328-5548 C5216-H MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing in small towns acreages new and Old homes Call CITY REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Ave. South. 328-3251. C7769-1I SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. College phone Commercial properties. Farms and city or town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C5803-8 90 CONTRACTS Economy painting and decorating. Very very reasonable. Phone noon or evenings 328-4570. 5542-tf Painters. Qualified work guaranteed. Free estimates. Phone 328-6911. 7169-tf Garage cement work and stuccoing. Anderson and- Sorenson 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf Fences built Miscellaneous building. Concrete etc. Hauling Jim 328-3983. 2480A-tf Fred Steiner cement old basements water proofing. In- free estimates. Phone 327- 8286. C3661-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES 328-5745. C1936-tf PUBLICNOTICES NOTICE H. P. commonly known as employed by Key Real- ty In Is living congenially with his wife Donnsand their family at 1123 Mayor Magrath Lethbridge. D33 AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE' BY PUBLIC TENDER Sealed tenders will be received al the office of Virtue 106 McFarland up to twelve o'clock noon on December for the sale ol one 1964 Meteor Station Wagon which can be viewed at Simpsons- Sears Auto Centre. Centre Village Alberta. The highest or any bid not necessarily accepted. For further contact Mr. Bill Penn at Simpsons- Sears Auto Centre or telphone 328- 9231. 08 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF MICHAEL late of the Town of in the Province of who died on the 4th day of A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the un- dersigned Solicitors by the 14th day of January. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by1 them. MACLEAN. BABKI 903 3rd Avenue Alberta. Solicitors for the Executrix D31 BOX NUMBER REPLIES 92. 96 ZONING BYLAW No. 2750 The following applications for development permits have been approved by the Municipal Planning Commission on December 73 1118 Kradle Koop to es- tablish a day care centre at 648 11th Street South. 73 1152 Harcourt Development Corp. to build a four suite apartment building at 1713 St. Edward Boulevard. 73 1153 Harcourt Development Corp. to build a four suite apartment building at 1717 St. Edward Boulevard. Any person affected by the said decision may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board by delivering either personally or by Registered statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the Office of the City Clerk in the City Hall not later than December 1973. December 1973 W. C. Cameron Development Officer D30 FOR STORM AND DOMESTIC SEWER CONSTRUCTION Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until local Regina time on January for Additions to Water and Sewer Facilities Contract 1 Sewage Collection System. The site of the work Is located in the Town of Manitoba. The work consists of the supply of all materials for and the in- stallation of approximately 945 feet of 30 inch storm sewer and related works 115 feet of 15 inch domestic sewer and related works 2530 feet of 21 inch interceptor sewer and related works 5675 feet of 8 inch sewage force- main and related works The plans and specifications may be viewed in the Saskatoon and Regina offices of the local Builders' Exchange or Construction Association. Instructions and forms for bidding may be obtain- ed from the undersigned at his office in Regina. upon deposit of twenty-five dollars cash or a certified cheque for the payable to the Receiver General of which deposit will be redeemable upon the return of the plans and specifications In good order within one month after tenders have closed. Tenders will not be con- sidered unless made on the form supplied and in accordance with in- structions supplied with the specifications. Tenders must be ac- companied by security in the amount and form specified in the Instructions. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By W. B. Thomson Chief P.F.R.A. 401 Motherwell Building Saskatchewan D27 NOTICE A copy of By-law number 577 as an amendment to By-Law 454 known as A Zoning By-Law For The Town Of Coaldale the purpose of which is to rezone the listed parcels. A Public Hearing will be held on the 19th of December 1973 at p.m. at the Town Office in Coaldale. Anyone wishing to make representa- tion regarding this proposed By-Law may attend. The By-Law may be inspected at the Town Monday to Friday between the hours of a.m. to p.m. BY-LAW NO. 577 BEING A BY-LAW TO AMEND BY- LAW NUMBER 454 KNOWN AS ZONING The Zoning Map attached to By-Law No. 454 is hereby amended by changing the zone designation All of Block 2 Plan 5703 HJ from Highway Commercial To General Commercial Lot 1 Block 1 Plan 5703 HJ from Residential To General Commercial All of Block A Plan 7675 HD from Highway Commercial To Transitional 1 That portion of Lot 4 Plan 7675 HD that lies in Plan 424 JK from Highway Commercial to Transitional Lot 1 Plan 424 JK from Highway Commercial to Transitional 1 That portion of Plan 424 JK which lies to the east of 13th Street and south of Highway No. 3 northwest of Plan 2559EZ from Highway Commer- cial to Transitional 1 Lots 14-18 In Plan 4493 GA from Highway Commercial to Transitional 1 South 105' of Part 3 Plan 2835 FJ from Transitional 1 to Transitional 2 All. of Plan No. 355 LK Irom Residential To Public Use All of Public Reserve In Plan No. 1244 LK from Residential To Public Use Lot 2 Block A Plan 6651 FG from Residential To Public use Lot 7 Block B Plan 6651 FG from Residential To Public Use Block E In Plan 534 EW from Transitional 1 To Transitional 2 Read a first time this 3rd day of December 1973 A.D. Read a second time Read a third time Mrs. Rae Yarasakl Administrator D29 tV i I In Memoriams I Cards Of Thanks f DMtmbw 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 35 BIRTH POYNTER Mrs. Lynda Poynter would like to an- nounce the birth of a Theresa born on her brother Darcy's second November 1973. 5496 DEATHvS ORSZANSKI Passed away in the city on December 1973 following a brief Mr. Waclaw Bill Orszanski at the age of 60 years of 1401 13 Avenue N. Prayers will be said on Sun- day at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13 St. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Monday at 11 a.m. in St. Basil's with Rev. Father G. Marien celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13 St. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C5925 HIRAGA Jerome aged of 1725 18th Ave. passed away on December in Calgary. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Di- rectors of Funeral arrange- ments. 5498 LOW Passed away in the city on December Mrs. Irene Low at the age of 56 of 210 North Mayor Magrath belov- ed wife of the late Mr. Clesson Low. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral Service. C5926 MATKIN At High December Lee aged 95 of High beloved .brother of two Mrs. Rose Curliss and Mrs. R. both of Cardston and two Cardston and Lethbridge. He was predeceased by his wife Agnes in a sister Mrs. Katie Patrick in 1947 and a Thomas Tarry in 1973. Mr. Matkin moved from Cardston to the Turner Valley oil fields in 1928 and has resided in this district since. Funeral ser- vices by Rev. D. G. Jackson from Snodgrass Funeral High December 10 at p.m. Highwood Cemetery. SNODGRASS FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements. 5497 IN MEMORIAM DORREN In loving memory of a dear who passed away December 1966. The leaves and flowers may wither The Golden sun may set. But the hearts that loved you dearly Are the ones who won't forget. missed by mom Stewart and family. 5449 PUBLIC NOTICE GRAVEL CRUSHING AND STOCKPILING TENDER Tenders will be accepted for crushing and stockpiling of an approximate NINETY FIVE THOUSAND CUBIC YARDS OF GRAVEL. Specifications available at the County of Lethbridge No. 26 office 214 13th Street Alberta. Tenders to close p.m. December 1973. Clearly mark envelope Council reserves the right to reject any or all tenders. W. R. Manager County of Lethbridge No. 26 214 13th Street Alberta. D26 IN MEMORIAM SWEDA In loving memory of a dear grandfather and great- Matthew who passed away December 1971. Memory lane is a lovely Where thoughts are tender and Again and we travel that lane Because it leads to you. To us you were someone Someone set Your memory is our keep- From which we'll never part. As tune goes memories As near and dear as yester- you're always so and so very dear. remembered by wife Mary and family. 5450 CARDS OF THANKS BEERS We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to our many relatives and friends for their messages of flowers and donations given us during the recent loss of our dear brother-in-law and nephew. Thank you to the Legion for their part and to the Ladies Auxiliary for the lunch. Thanks to Rev. the choir and the pallbearers. Kroeker and Vanden Berg Families. 5447 VEENLAND We wish to express our sincere gratitude to our many friends and relatives for floral personal telephone calls and the many other acts of kindness. Our thanks to the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid and friends for serving lunch and the United Church for the use of their hall and to those who donated to charities in the loss of our dear son and brother. Special thanks to Rev. L. Rev. G. organist Mrs. Florence Mcln- the pallbearers and Eden's Funeral Home. and Minnie Menzo and Cathy. 5448 White man's report raises Indians9 ire EDMONTON A pro- posal for changes in the Indian Act prepared by a white man at the request of the Indian Association of Alberta has raised a storm of controversy within the native community in the province. Details of the confidential report were made public Fri- day but it was meant to re- main confidential until it had been considered by native peo- ple at the reserve Harold association said in an inter- view. The federal government has given the association a major role in developing a revised Indian Act and the prepared by Paul an economist working for the makes recommendations on Indian status and the control of reserve lands. Mr. Jenson suggests that to achieve sexual equality in terms of status neither white men nor women should gain Indian status through marriage. Under the present an- Indian woman marrying a non-Indian loses her treaty rights while a white woman who marries an Indian gains her husband's status. Mr. Jenson proposes that an Indian of either sex who mar- ries a white person should re- tain their status and the right to live on a reserve. the white spouse would not gain band membership or be allowed to live on a reserve. If they wanted to live to- the couple would have to live off the reserve and chil- dren of such marriages would not be considered Mr. J.enson suggests. The consultant also recom- mended that the sale of reserve lands be forbidden in the future. He said the concept of reserve lands was one of perpetual trust for future generations but that the government tried to whittle down the amount of land as a way of destroying the homes of Indians and their communities and The federal government should buy back reserve lands which have been sold or com- pensate bands with substitute land. The abuse of leasing reserve land to outsiders should be halted by denying Indians the right to sub-let or transfer their interest in reserve lands. Mr. Jenson also proposes that the revised act should give band councils extensive Medical facilities gradually improving CAIRO A small Canadian medical team who call themselves the have the most wide- ly sought tent in the head- quarters base camp as the remaining hundreds of Canadians peacekeeping troops pour into this congested city. Cairo-praetors include the only Negro surgeon in the Canadian a druggist and assorted support staff who have hung out their shingles and are treating nearly troops now on the ground. don't forget we also look after the Swedes and Finns although we are not required to do says Maj. Hank Griesbach of the contingent's den- tist. His tiny temporary office is in what used to be the obser- vation tower of the former race track where the Canadians are based. Tem- porarily he is using equip- ment designed during the First World War. Griesbach how- that he has the best equipment in the world ready for use as soon as his per- tented accom- modations are probably within a week. is never very painful he without a hint of a smile. I'll grant you that the vibrations from the old drill are very shall we Maj. Anthony Gilbert of who was bom in is the Canadians' Negro surgeon. A non-stop talker and one of the most skilled of the he answers a cons- tant banter of bad puns and comments about how he lends color to the camp along with warnings about the dangers of sunburn with a you'd like me to cut out of Gilbert proudly displays the makings of a fully-functional operating theatre and associ- ated and admits to some impatience with the lack of business so far. He doesn't want to see anyone get of halt ant oil thie stuff ready to good sharp knives never so if you know anyone who needs cutting send him over. looking for people with trouble in their mainly. That's my cutting up The Cairo praetors include the chief medical of- Lt.Col. Bob Slavik of Capt. Ed a general practitioner from as well as an druggist and about 20 medical assistants. Hot line will switch to satellite MOSCOW The hot line linking the While House and the Kremlin will switch from radio to satellite channels next fall to provide smoother United States officials said Friday. The hot circuits linked by set up 10 years ago to provide a quick communication channel between the super- powers in case of the acciden- tal launching of nuclear mis- siles or any other inter- national emergency. For the last two U.S. and Soviet delegations have been working out technical de- tails for a switchover from present radio and cable links for the hot line to more trou- secure satellite channels. l The present hot line was cut once about two years ago by a Finnish farmer who acciden- tally plowed through one of the circuits running through that country. On other oc- casions'the circuits have been 'the prey of atmospheric con- which garbled radio transmissions. Willis U.S. deputy assistant stale secretary for told reporters an agreement with the Soviets will be signed clearing Ihe way for a satellite hot line by September or October of 1974. control over reserve parcels to the various band members. Mr. Cardinal stressed the proposals are discussion and do not represent the view of the association. ideas are strictly Mr. Jensen's and we hope the people don't misunderstand the role he's has simply put out thoughts for Indians have'strong feelings about the issue of Indian men losing status through marriage to a white woman. MUST EXPLORE all the no mat- ter how must be Mr. Cardinal said. Laurence editor of the local United Nations magazine who was the first to obtain a copy of the branded it as racist. simply trading sexual discrimination for racial he said. paper ties race instead of culture with being Indian which is an entirely un- scientific Mr. Murphy said it was a policy to the Indian a policy which Hitler The land proposals would destroy individual incentive and encourage corruption in band councils by giving them too much control over in- dividual he said. NOT CONSULTED Helen president of the Treaty Voice of said the proposal was made by a white man who did not con- sult native people. Indian people must amend the Indian Act them- selves and white people should stay out of She said the proposals betray Indian tradition that follow the Jenny national co-chairman for the Indian Rights for Indian Women said that if Indian women have to lose status through so should Indian men. even though we're all for equality of the the policy would mean deleting even more Indians from band she said. the sort of thing we've been fighting Mrs. Margetts said she plans to make copies of the document available for dis- cussion later this month at the committee's national conference in Vancouver. Soccer scores ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Birmingham 1 Newcastle 0 Chelsea 3 Leicester 2 Coventry 1 Wilverhampton 0 Derby 1 Arsenal 1 Everton 0 Liverpool 1 Ipswich 0 Leeds 3 Man United 0 Southampton 0 Queen's PR 0 Sheffield U 0 Tottenham 2 Stoke 1 West Ham 2 Man City 1 Division II Cardiff 1 Notts F 1 Carlisle 2 Blackpool 3 Hull 3 Crystal P 0 Millwall 0 Luton 1 Notts C 2 Orient 4 Preston 2 Bolton 1 Sheffield W 2 Middlesbrough 2 Sunderland 2 Aston Villa 0 Swindon 1 Fulham 1 West Brom 1 Oxford 0 Division III Aldershot 2 Halifax 1 Bournemouth 1 Cambridge 0 Bristol R 4 Southend 0 Chesterfield 1 Hereford 1 Huddersfield 2 Oldham 1 Plymouth 1 Wrexham 2 Port Vale 1 Grimsby 1 Rochdale 1 Blackburn 2 Tranmere 4 Brighton 1 Walsall 2 Shrewsbury 0 Watford 1 Carleton 3 York 4 Southport 0 Division IV Bradford 1 Brentford 1 Bury 0 Swansea 2 Chester 1 Torquay 1 Crewe 4 Doncaster 0 Darlington 2 Peterborough 2 Exeter 0 Newport 1 Gillingham 4 Colchester 1 Hartlepool 1 Barnsley 2 Northampton 1 Lincoln 0 Rotherham 1 Workington 1 Scunthorpe 5 Mansfield 3 Stockport 0 Reading 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Ayr 1 Falkirk 0 Celtic 3 Dundee U 3 East Fife 0 Hearts 0 Posptoned due to Dumbarton vs Dunfermline Dundee vs Rangers Hibernian vs Abroath Motherwell vs Clyde Partick vs Aberdeen St. Johnston vs Morton Division II Postponed due to Airdrieonians vs Montrose Albion vs Forfar Brechin vs Stranraer Cowdenbeath vs Berwick E. Stirling vs Raith Queen of South vs Alloa Queen's Pk vs Hamilton St. Mirren vs Clydembank Stenhousemuir vs Kilmarnock IRISH LEAGUE Ards 3 Glenavon 2 Cliftonville 0 Bangor 2 Coleraine 1 Crusaders 0 Distillery 1 Linfield 1 Glentoran 2 Larne 3 Portatown 3 Ballymena 0 Smuggling case remanded A 22-year-old Calgary man charged with importing nar- cotics into the country was remanded to Jan. 8 in provin- cial court in Milk River for plea. Kenneth Forbes was arrested Nov. 3 at Coutts. The charge will be heard at Milk River because Forbes was arrested in that jurisdiction and apparently intends to plead not guilty. Only guilty pleas can be heard by a court outside the jurisdiction where the charge was laid. A Lethbridge man who was to have been sentenced Friday on a charge of cruelty to animals was remanded to Dec. 14. The case against Alec Grisack had been heard by Provincial Judge L. W. Hud- but because of the judge was not in court Friday. Grisack has pleaded guilty to owning 75 cattle found in various stages of malnutrition. Nine of the animals had died. CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinatea by the Allied Arts Council. Contact Bowman Arts Weekdays 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Telephone 327-2813. CURRENT EVENTS Dec. 9 Oldman River Potters Bowman Arts Centre hours 2-5 p.m. Dec. 8 Linda Gay Yates 8 p.m. Dec. 9 'Singing Anne Campbell Singers. p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Dec. 12------Exhibit Vladimir Fiala Bowman Centre weekdays 10 p.m. Dec. 12 Winston Churchill High School Drama Yates Centre. Dec. 15 McCarroll and 1-5 p.m. U of L Gallery. Dec. 16 M.I.A. Choral Yates Centre. Dec. 16 Nativity Pageant St. Augustine's p.m. COMING EVENTS Dec. 17 Rotary Carol Southminster 8 p.m. Dec. Yates Centre. CONTINUING EVENTS Until Dec. 10 Taylor-Weaver Sculpture and U of L Mon-Fri. 9 Sun. 1-5 p.m. Until Dec. 20 Alberta Potters Assoc. display. Bowman Arts Centre Gallery. Until Dec. 20 Vladimir Fiala Bowman Arts Centre Gallery. Sir Alexander Gall 1 p.m.. Sun. 2-5 D m ;