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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday. FoLjFunry 23, 1972 40A FURNITURE AND j TRUDY APPLIANCES FILTER ourrrj HOGFRS IV. our yenr: ".For what you're saying I'm listening enough." 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SAIE OR RENT OST', NO VORE TO HAVE THE i' in-t-jll Ezy-liM or frame AND CARL'S WELDING C5H1-H .ft'I "fli ci. H5 5'1-. Soi ST. LOUIS FURNITURE 73 FT. SCALPER USED ONLY Fully equipped. Sleeps o price. MLJSI be seen. Pfione 7159-25 CASCADE TRAILER. 17ib 5E-.cn v.any exfres ExcQ si art as soon as frost :errnlls. Also, under separate lender, ipproitlmflfHy one hundrrd and lineal feet cl foundation footing. DRESSMAKING AND ALTERATIONS dane. Reasonable. Phono 323 4911 MEAT MARKET FOR IM-mediale sale. Good location. Write 65 LOST AND lions. Closing dale extended tn Friday, March I7lh, at p.m., M.51., 1972, due lo delay In receiving LOST TAN CHIHUAHUA-TERRIER, Answers lo Peppi. Licenca No HOTEL Fernle, B.C. Oilers, Will FOUND GREY AND WHITE cal, Spanish Village area. Phone 32fl DBJ6. UNIT MOTEL. MASONRY block cons I ruction. Nine years eld. 95'b occupancy In summer, A A.A. rated. Priced for quick sale, Wr te Box 52, Crtrdston. L Reg. T. Hopkins Chairman, Building J 66 i BUILDING For sale or rent on main street Taber, 24X9B 11. Write Box 59, Herold. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drlnkinq problem. Phone 237-8049 or 328-3246, alter lo provide 1he following Irucks; f ;_Hair Ions with automatic transmla- sions nnd posilraclion rear ends l_One ton with dual wheels ond 4 speed Iransmlssion. c 2367. LEASE TRAVELCENTRE TRUCKSTOP Together with Husky House Restaurant on Highway No, 3 al Salmo, Brilish Columbia. Approximately required lo finance bolh businesses. Please reply giving details as to experience, financial status and olher perlinent information to hox 97, Herald. den all Ihe umls. 6 The lowesl or any tender nor necei-sorlly accepted. The envelope should plainly marked "Tenders (or D. M. Holladay Secrrlsry-Treasurer J County of Warner No. 1 WARNER, Alberta. _ F5i s FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DR NKERS HERDING UNDERSTANDING AND NFORMATION. CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P.O. BOX 861, LETH-BR DGE, ALBERTA. SHIRLEY, 327-6192; JEAN, 3J7-B3dO. CALLING ALL CLUBS AND ORGAN-IZATIONS FUND RAISING MADE SIMPLE. FUN AND PROFITABLE NO INVESTMENT. FOR FURTHER N FORMAT ION WRITE W.C.P.C., IC'Gl, BIS UTH AVE. 5-W., CALGARY 3. ALTA. FOR DIESEL FUEL, GASOLINE AND PROPANE Sealed Tenders clearly marked at o contents will be received by Ihe ndersigned at his c-ffice In Taber tor he supplying of Diesel Fuel, Slandard GasnlinP (Orange) and Propane for o mod of twelve (12) monifis commencing April 1973, to March 3lst, 973. Closing dale for receipt of tender s Monday. March 13lh, 1973, al Ihe our of Noon. Fcr lurlficr parliculars regards o dt'iverics please conlacl Ihe under-ign-d. Lowest or any lender not necessarily ccepled. Douglas Francis Seer rlary-Trra surer Municipal District of Taber No. 14 Taber. Alberta. Fi8 DATING compuier For fun, fr endshlp or marriage Send name, address and aqe in Ic: COMMAT, Box 1335, Great Montana. 59-JD3 Reapecldble aduils only. MEN'S HYGIENF PRODUCTS Order In trie privacy ct your own lorne Spnrl SI Tor S2.5Q selection and -REE catalogue for Adults Send FIRST CLASS MAIL SFCURELY SEALED -PLAIN WRAP. Slille flqe. IMPERIAL IMPORTS EXPORTS CO. LTD., Dept. L H., 140 Bay St Toronto j Ont. LOANS SMALL INVESTMENT. CAN earn you hljjh comrnisslcr: Depend on your own efforts No. 103 511 5h St. S. 67 SERVICES AND MONEY FOR LETHflRIDGE AREA EASY K ROY VACUUM SALES AND SERVICE KIUBY COMPANY OF 1 FTH-BR DGE CALL CALGARY, HAL KRtDS, OmCE 3666011; RES DENCE 25S-76J1, ANYTIME. 5a THE SCHOOL ELECTION ACT (Section NOTICE OF POLL POLLING BY ELECTORAL DIVISIONS PINCHER CREEK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 29 PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given ihni ,in fiifictmn will be held lor a Irus-ce for niGdnral Division No. 4 C( the Pin -pr Creek School, Division No. 39 lor Inn yr-ar 1973 and Ihe Polling will Inke plnrr rn Friday. Ihe lenth (in; rtiy nf Mrirrh, 1977 from len o'clock in ihc forenoon fo eight o'clock In Ihe flflrrroon. Thp Elcclornl Division has pro wiih (he following polls: Poll No. 1 is Bl Cowley Vlllase Of Poll No. 3 Is At Anglican Parish Hall, Lundbrcck Poll No. 3 k nt Donnlrl Rpedmon resldcncr, flurmis Poll No. t is nl Frank Lynch-Stnun-on residence SEV--J2 9-3-W5 Poll Nn s is at Brrnard Smllh rfenr- in 1 W5 1H 1 will .il Pincrirr Crrnk on Men-lay tin- inirlr-fi.lh (1.1) clay of March vntri nnrl rlf-rldrc thr- ri-Milt nl HIP Given under my hnnd nl Plncher nn IrrcK this iwonly third (23) day of 1972. C3 R 1 Roth rir Rcturning Officer HAVE YOUR FURNITURE REUP-hot; crcrf less Profos-.ional phone 313-9525, nfpr i p m. AGENCIES LIMITED EfiTARLlbHt-'D 1927 College Mall, Pnnne iDUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubhcr rorporalr- e ,i 1 s, la Snrne-diiy -vrvkp 12J3 r.cl 5 Phony 325511.1. nnd ranchrK. Cily or Town. anrj second morlrinrjfi. SALCS AND SERVICE. SER-cos en Jll nvihcs of s-.aihers ar.J a-jlomalic cr convDnlicral. Alio II srn.il! lances, dn-.vn mcwrrj, rons, vncmjrn [.'3 on large or loo sm.HI. LETHSR1DGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd AVE. S -Rhine C7353-IJ PLfASE READ should n-arl Ihr- r nnd REPORT ERROR5; n 1 me for Thp era d Is only responsible for Ihe (iril ncorrpct deals for homeowners at Associates t you're your house, you're if Associatr-i -my iimc you nrcd cnMi. Thnt meflnr, AO may DO ahlo lo 'JIVP icu a Ijplter (fcnl. Lower r.ilr1. 01 Hmnunl you is hmifrd only ;y Ihp yr.ii hnvn rn you' n-rrc. SO'O, n-.-iyLr 'JVfj'jt) rr i iv.ro so i' vou have hifih-inlprrLl dnbh out or jf yru nnnd (.-iMi n nr.nnd cnr, ti or einy oldor crnd Iftlk lo rtboul n Homcnwrtcr Loan Sw how n jcn oeiler c'f you'll be long lorm. 1014 Third Avcnuo South Phono 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED i F" CLOCKS Part UDnG OVF R C.r.VRRAL PWfJVi-D WiritOlJT "UBT Tl rf; vyiTn A r.LU or onf AR. IM-ITS RSCAPE si JAMESTOWN, N-.T. (AP) {JJ L car-old animal lover cs- i. from ft chimney fire in is homo Tiirsdny, along with So is pots. Fircmon helped Al- TI Siiiulcll remove his 33 dogs Itc id 20 cals for temporary lodg- I ng in an animal shelter. o 1, 22, JJ, 17, 6fi. Committee probes fuss at college o EDMONTON (CP) Pclcr Power, a lied Deer lawyer, has been appointed chairman ot a special lo investi- gate student and staff unrest at Red Deer CnllcRe, Jim Fes- i COlJiUAlNE, Northern Ire- r1 _ lini-l ITM.i ,mr. nf 11 Change ir minds Lcr, minister o[ advanced edu- cation, announced here. Representatives nf the Ijoard of governors, [acuity and stu- dents at the college asked the minister name a chairman of the special commillce. The dispute involves staff re- ductions and elimination of some courses to meet budget cuts. Pattern 4946 SIZES 7-15 Look! The smock fashion's newest putover covers a puf- sleeve charmer. Gives you two looks in one wear together or dress alone. Printed Pattern 4916: NEW Jr. Miss Sizes 7. 9, 11, 15. Size 11 (bust smock 2 yards 35-inch; dress SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (75cl in coins (no stamps, please) lor each 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send To: ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN7 NUM- BER. YOUR NAME AND AD- DRESS, and the name of Ihe Lcthbridge Herald. DO NOT send it lo Herald. Pattern land (CP) Relatives of Uic 13 persons who died in Londonder- ry's Bloody Sunday three weeks ago changed their minds and will testify at a British govcrn- menl inquiry into 1'ie deaths. They rondo Ihcir decision at a secret meeting after a day of incidents in Northern Ireland which included the deaths of four men when Ihcir car ex- ploded ouLside Belfast. Security officials said the men may have been on a bombing mission. The relatives had decided ear- lier to boycott the inquiry, which opened in the town of Col- eraine Monday under Lord Widgcry, lord chief justice. They said Mien they regarded the investigation as being nei- ther impartial nor independent because Widgery had served in ihc Brilish army as a brigadier during the Second World War. Nile Roman Catholic Driesla who tended the dying and wounded during the shooting also announced they would tcs- lify. OTHERS MAY APPEAR Observers believe that follow- ing the example of the families of the dead, many other resi- dents of the Londonderry Catho- lic area of ths deaths consent (o appear at Ihe hearing. 13 died when shooting broke out as Brilish troops in- tervened in an illegal civil rights and anti-internment march in Londonderry Jan. 30. The court of inquiry was told by a government lawyer that bullets fired by either British troops or opposing gunmen may have missed their targets, ri- cocheted and struck unarmed bystanders. Defence department lawyer Brian Gibuens, addressing the court Monday, denied allega- tions that Ihc 13 victims had been killed by Ill-disciplined troops. The shootings by troops took place during a period of IB min- utes and 100 bullv; were fired by a total of only 21 out of 328 officers and men of the para- chute regiment participating in the action. CLOTHES CHECKED Tribunal counsel John Stacker said the clothes of all 13 dead ivcrc checked for explosives after Ihe tragedy and the tests proved negative in every case except one. Cribbens said the army plan of aclion was aimed at preventing flic march-illegal North- em Ireland's emergency from leaving the bogside and another Calholic area of Lon- donderry, the, Greggan Housing Estate. In the event of shooting, pla- commanders were to en- sure lhat the rules set out in an official jellow card for soldiers were adhered to. These rules irovide for aimed shots al an denlified target only to bo fired. Altogether 1.000 regular troops, including the parachute mil. were on duty at the Lon- donderry trouble centre Jan. 30. Tiie car explosion in which the four men died Monday night occurred on a traffic circle east if Belfast. CAI! SCATTERED Remains of the wrecked car vcre strewn over R wide area. The bodies wore said to te un- recognizable. Nine prominent Catholic poli- licians escaped injury Monday night when a bomb exploded during a Hireling in a restaur-, ant in Dungamion, 40 miles frr-in Belf.i.sl. Brili.sli troops found a large cache of niiimunilion on tlie roof of ;i schocl in Belfast Monday. During Ihe operation three ge- lignite bombs were Ihrown at soldiers patrolling onlside the school. Nn one was injured. Kncp a Hllln pirl husy drcs- ng her locn doll. Snvn n small rnrhmo, rrn- lifl .spring frisliious nf fin- i-rinp y n r n, I'nlicni anl.s, liotp.'inLs, oily .shorls, ape, potlioldnr vest, limit1, rciss. IOIIL; dress, .sliawl. SEVENTY riVF, CENTS coins) for oacli pallcrn (no amps, please) 15 conts ir each palti.rn fot1 firsl-olass lailing and .special OTH! To: UK LETTremnGr; IIKRAT.D cntlors Mail I.imiied Front Slrcol. Wcsl oronlo J, OnL'irio gas hank urged FAIRVIEW fCPl Allxrla shculd osl.-.lilish a nnturnl Ras liniik lo provide a reserve for supplies ;irc depleted, firaiil, N'.ii.ley, provincial New Dnnocralic Pcrty leader, says. Tllr1 pns re.serve is nol as a.s some are led In hciu've mill eciild run low williin 1.1 year.', lie lold ,in NDP An ndc'iuale reserve should he maml ained instead of sell- ing nL low pi'ice.s fiuL- sidn Alhrrla. Mr. N'dlley snid the province is in a .seller's market "and now is the time lo drive bard bnr- Rain with oil companies in rais- ing royallies." lie Aloerfn oil should lie shipp.'d In Canada in- slead of llic Kasl importiiiR oil I from oilier countries. ;