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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LFTHBBIDGE HERALD Thursday, Hay 11, 1972 FUNERALS KinK'nil siM-vii'c for Elhcrl Arthur SkcldniR, who was born .km :md vhn died ii, was held ill p.m. Tiu-.day, .May in Trinity I'llilcd Clllircll, Fort Mac'H'iHl. uilh I'c-IlT Walker offidaling. Honorary pallbearers were Tat child. Warner Linrler, Kd Mur- phy, Leo Noel. A. G. Swiniirlon anfl Joseph Pa'lhrarorr, were Bill Collar, Cordon Day, Boyd Loysl, Norman Nathc, Robert Welsh and Adrian Win- temule. Inlermcnl was in I he Union Ccmelery. Eden's Fun- eral Home Lid.. Tori Madeod, was in charge of Hie arrange- ments. TCAE Funeral service for Johr. Hae, Swift Curronl resi- dent and ed husband of Mrs. Mercy Hae who '.lied Mon- day, May ii, 1572. at the age of 66 years, held Thursday, May 11, 1972, in Knox United Church, Tahcr. will] Rev. Ken Morris and Rev. Jim Jones of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Bill Maicr, Slan Bartram. Spafford. Slu Boyle, Arnold Od- land and Gus Coderre. Honor- ary pallhearcrs were Gordon Maftin, Ed Fong, Lou Truman, Merlin Adams and Bruce Mill- iken. Inlermenl was in Hie Mountain V i e w Cemclcry. Lethbridge. Mr. Hae was ore of the founders of th" Alhcrla FUNERAL j Clinic Managers Association i ;mcl mi active workc'r for Llio I Cross and musical festivals. ;lk' niovc'd lo Swift Current ffoir Talx.T in Culhams Funeral Homo, Swift Current, in charge of the arrangc- CARD OF THANKS PUBLIC NOTICES) CARDS OF THANKS TIlKIDEn I would like to extend a sincere thank you lo the Wrenlham Community, the Community Church and (Junior choir for Iheir farewell gifts and wishing well in my honor. Friends such as this will always he remembered and j cherished. I Martha Treiber 10'J2-I3h Ol.F.ll I wish to thank the doctors, nurses and staff of the Raymond Municipal Hospital for the wonderhil care given me while a patient there. Special thanks to my many relatives and friends for (.heir flowers, cards, visits and wishes for speedy Your Ihought- fulnoss is deeply appreciated. Oler. 1851 imoVVN Mrs. Frank I Brown and family would like I to cxlend their sincere lliank you lo all of their many friends, neighbors and relatives for their cards, flowers, food and special conlributions extended to them during their recent bereave- ment. 1790 12 LOST TECHNIQUE Bolas spiders have lost the weh-making ability and capture passing moths by throwing a sticky glohule dangling on a silk One. Deadlocked Bonn house delays vote BONN (AP) A deadlocked West German Parliament post- poned lor a week Wednesday night its vote on ratifying Chancellor Willy Brandt's trea- ties with the Soviet Union and Poland after Brandt and the powerful opposition failed to overcome differences. Opposition leader Raincr Barzel rejected Brandt's de- mand that parliament vote at once, and insisted on more time to consider the momcn- lous issue affecting East-West relations. The treaties, signed in 1970, renounce the use of force and recognize German territorial losses in the Second World War. NOTICE My wile, O. Frail, hav- ing lell my Iwd iinr) board, I will no lonycr be responsible lor any clcuis In- curred by her. Signed W. 1-. Prall. M3-I DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT CANADA TENDERS Sealed fenders, addressed to Ihe undersigned and mg kcd "Tender lor Conslfuclinn ol Easl Parallel laxieway lor Kunway 16-34 at Calgary Inier- nDllonal Airport, Calgaiv, Wucrta" will bu received up lo p.m Mountain Daylirjhl Saving Time on June I, 1P72- Plans, specifications and tender doc umenla may be oDlalncd on applied- licn lo Ihe regional supply officer, Room B9-I, Federal Duilding, 9D10 107 Slreel, Edmonlon, Albcrla upon rcceipi of a cerlilicd cheque lor DLR550.00 payable lo Ihs Receiver General pi Canada. Plans and specifications will be wi display fll Ihe Builders Ex- cnangcs m tfdmonlon and Calgary, Albena: Saskatoon and Reglna, Sas- Kalchiewan: Winnipeg, Maniloba: Van- vouver, B C.: Soulnam Building re- ports, Winnipeg and Vancouver; and Intluslrial Construction Cenlro L10., Burnaby, B.C. D. J. Dewar Weslern Regional Admlnlslralor. M3S Continues... with Big Savings! There's stiil time left to nab yourself some real hot bargains for home and farm fix-up, so take advantage of outstanding savings in every department! Scene-stealing prices are up for grabs now, so hurry! Sale ends soon! Extra Special! Top-Quality 210 Ib. Asphalt 3-lab strip shingles in several popular colors. Watch for Many Unadvertised Specials! FIR PLYWOOD FENCING SPECIAL FORRESTER PICNIC TABLE -----------------N DON PICKETT, Monngor 3rd Ait. 17 SI. S. Ph. 328-4461 Opon Mon. thru Sal. A.M. lo P.M. USE YOUR PR OPEN A HANDY BOWER BUDf.Hl DISTRICT OF SPARWOOD FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR HOTEL DEVELOPMENT Municipal owned properly describ- rJ as Lol 3 Plan 7S35 (being d.35 acres) bordered along Ihe Norlh by Red Lcdnr Urjvc ana along me Easi by Trans Provincial Highway No, 3 Cjparwood Townsile) is oeing offered for sale al a set price of (or Ihe purpose of holel or niolor nolel developmenl. properly will sold to the de- veloper whose proposal is accepted by Council. Any person or hrm in- Icresled In submHling a proposal Is required lo conlacl the undersigned prior to p.m., Friday. May 19, The Council reserves Ihe right to accept Ihe proposal which I hey be- lieve to be In Ihe best Interest of Ihe community and if necessary rejecl nny or all proposals. Dated Ihls 2nd day cf May, 1972 L. Montemurro Municipal Cleric CARDSTON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 2 BY-LAW No. BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE CARDSTON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 2 OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA WHEREAS: It Is deemed expedient by the Board ol Trustees of (he Cardston school Division No. 2, of the Province of Alberla Ihe sutn erf Four Hundred Filly Thousand Dollars should be borrowed on Ine security of Ihe said Division by the Issue of debentures repayable lo the bearer In Twenty-live (25) equal consecutive annual Inslnllmenls wllh In- terest at Ihc rate of noi more ihan 9 per centum (9) per annum (or Ihe following purposes, namely: Enlarging Ihe Gymnasium erf Itie new Cardslon High School Demolishing part of the old Magraih High School and constructing of a new High School. Classrooms Economlci Science Classrooms preparation end servicing Llbrnrles and equipment Administration Areas Room, Gymnasia Bt an estimaled coat, Including Archl reels' Fees, Six Hundred Flfly Thousand Dollars Crmlrlbullons from Reserve Funds Leaving B balance to be borrowed Amount to be borrowed: Four Hundred Flffy Thousand Dolli repayable to the bearer In Twcnly-flve consecutive annual Installments wllti ner annum. THEREFORE: Ine Board rf 1hft said Dlvlilon triads Follows: 1. That necessary proceedings be Taken under Ihe School Act to obtain the sanction of the local Authorities Board of Alberta lo oblaln Ihe i loan. 2. That upon approval In wrllllng by Local Aulhorilies Board for the said School Division to borrow Ire sum of Four Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars or nny less amount pursuant to the said Act. Debenlures of the said Board will bo Issued For each amount so aulrn red, payable to the bearer In twenly- wllh Inlerc-sl at not more lhan i per tent per annum payable annually, tn the event Dial provision for the redemption of Ihe said de- bentures Is net made on (fie datr of malurliy, Ihe said debentures arc to bear Inlerest at the rale set therein until provision lor redemp Is made at and notification mailed to the Bank specified In Ihe debentures. The Debenlures lo be Issued undei this Qy-Law executed by Ifie Chairman and Treasurer of thi Board. THEREFORE: Notice is hereby given by the Btard of Ihe said School Division Inn! unless a poll of Ihe properielary eleclars of the said School Division for and aqalnsl Ihe Debenture Loan Is demonflcd as provided by the School Act, said Beard will apply lo the L Aulhorilies Board for authority Milk price hike sought Of which a erefiy no'If led, and Itiey are required i govern themselves accordmgly. Chesler Walburger CHAIRMAN Dated at Cardsfcn this 24th day of April, 1172 INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPRIETARY ELECTORS IN A SCHOOL DIVISION A poll may be demanded In n School ivislon DY a demand signed by a. 7 per cenl of Ihe electors In a .Iricl or division having ?ctor 3. S per cent ol the electors In i c. 10 per dlsl- :ont d the electors In l 500 e cr more, or net or division having less Ihfln 500 electors The demand For a poll shall be In he Form prescribed by Ihp Minii'er ust be dplivrrpd In Ihe Sccn-1- Chairman of tho Board of Trust llhin fifteen days af'cr Ihn dfllfi of posting nt the Ins! publication In a WBpaper of Ihls notice. Proprietary elector means (in plrclor ho is liable lo assessment and tax- ion for school pnrpnws rn rrspect of situated In the School Division. Ml 3 GAI.T.O HAD NO WIM, MEW VOHK Joseph (Crazy .Toe) Gnllo, repulcd un- derworld hoss slain In a hall of bullels April 7, lias left an es- tate of less than .said papers filed In Manhntlnn Sur- rogate's Court. Gallo, 43, died without leaving a wiP and yes- terday MJiTftKalt! Judge Millard L. Midonlck grnnlod Gallo's widow Sina the right to admln- i.slcr the c.sUilc, which will bo shared by his daughter from a j previous mamago. EDMONTON (CP) An ap- plication by Alberta dairies to increase the minimum sale and retail price of milk has been received by the public utilities board. Waller Nobbs, board chair- man said Ihe application re- ceived May S, from milk distri- butors in Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, Lethbridge, Medi- cine Hat and Ponoka, did not request a specific amount of increase. Mr. Nobbs said he had not received an application from milk producers "but I antici- pate the producers will be mak- ing one also." No dale has been set for pub- lic hearings Inlo the applica- tion. An Increase of one cent a quart for milk was scl last Aug- usi following an April request to the board for a two-cent in- crease by the major dairies. The request came 10 months after the previous request for an increase in 1970 with the dairies asking for shorter inter- vals between applications be- cause of the steadily increasing costs. In August, 1971 Ihe increases (willi old prices in brackets) were: Homogenized milk: one quart 31 cents (30 a half-gal- lon container, 61 cenLs (50 a three quart contain- er, 91 cenls (DO Two per cent partly skimmed milk: a quart, 29 cents (28 a half gallon, 57 cents (55 a three quart container, 85 cents (02 Doctor' note sent before drug deadline By JEFF CARIUmiERS Herald Otlnwa Bureau OTTAWA The federal gov- ernment has decided it will allow metliadone, a heroin sub- stitute, to be used as a pain killer under certain circum- stances as well as a treatment for heroin addiction, under con- trols to come into effect June 1. And because the deadline for doctors lo obtain the necessary government approval to use methadone is less than a month away, the government has also decided to give temporary au- thorizations to doctors under certain circumstances. It has been learned that the government is particularly con- cerned that some doctors espe- cially those located in smaller communities, without existing methadone treatment clinics be unable to ob- tain lull authorization to use methadone within a month. This in turn, the government fears, could leave some heroin addicts now being treated with methadone without a legal source of methadone, forcing them back "on the street" to obtain illegal drugs to maintain their habit. Finally, according to a "Dear Doctor" letter beinfi sent this week to all physicians in Can- ada, amendments are now being drawn up by the government to bring ttie controls on methadone into effect June 1. Under these amendments to the Narcotic Control Regula- tions licensed dealers and phar- macists, as well as doctors, who contravene the new controls will he liable, on summary convic- tion, to a fine of up to S500, a jail term of up to six months, or both. DEAR DOCTOR According to the "Dear Doc- tor" letter, the amendments will have the following effect: will be an offence for a li- censed dealer or a pharmacist to supply metliadone to a practi- tioner unless the doctor has been named In an authorization issued by the Federal Health Minister. will be an offence for a pharmacist to fill a prescription for melhadone unless the pre- scription was issued by a doctor named in an authorization is- sued by the minister. it will be an offence for a doctor to prescribe, adminis- ter, give, sell or furnish metha- done to any person or animal unless authorized by the minis- ter. The "Dear Doctor" letter Is accompanied by a set of guide- lines lor use by doctors in affili- ating with methadone treatment required under the planned in apply- big for authorization from the health minister. The guidelines allow doctors In communities located at a dis- t a n c e from government-ap- proved methadone treatment clinics to obtain authorization to use mothadone by affiliating with the nearest clinic and fol- lowing that clinic's practices in treating patients with metha- done. The government's restrictions on methadone ae intended to control a serious drug abuse problem which has developed in recent years involving metha- done. DRAGOONS PROTEST BERNE (Reufcr) -Hun- dreds of Swiss dragoons rode on their horses before tho House of Parliament deliver- ing a protest against plans to convert Switzerland's cavalry to tanks. The 300 dragoons, part of Europe's last surviving cavalry force, carried the stan- dards of the IS squadrons which Switzerland maintains to defend its borders. 10 inches of snow recorded HALIFAX (CP) Bright sun- shine today turned up lo 10 inches of snow into rivers of water on streets and highways. The weather office said the snow fall Wednesday was the heaviest in May since 1074. Record low temperatures were recorded in at least nine Marl- time centres. Street and highway depart- ments were caught with their winter equipment out of service. Three main highways leading out of Halifax were blocked at various times by stalled and disabled vehicles. Scores ol minor accidents were reported. The bus carrying Nova Scotia Voyageurs to tonight's Ameri- can Hockey League playoff in Baltimore skidded off the road near Halifax. No one was hurt, however. Some airline flights to New- foundland were grounded. The snow was confined mostly to Nova Scotia, the rest of the Maritimes getting only cloudy weather Wednesday. Two killed near Delia DELIA (CP) Murray S. Freeman, 19, and William Cham- bers 33, both of Calgary were killed Wednesday when their car went out of control and struck a cement culvert near Delia, GO miles northeast of Calgary. LARGE PREY Hairy mygalomorphs, also known as bird spiders, may oc- casionally catch nestling birds, lizards or small snakes. KIDS PAINT THE DRUG SCENE When children of on Ollowa school were asked to paint iheir version of whol drug uscri look like, they made it clear lhaf drugs spell trouble, 10 don't take Ihem. Watch for this article. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE SIMPSONS-SEARS Save gal. Guaranteed One coat satin wall finish Gal. Reg. SALE Ol. Reg. 1.39 Our best-selling latex Interior wall finish. Dries in half hour to a soft, flat finish that's ideal for living, dining, bedrooms, halls. 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