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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta KfRAlO Thumltiy, 12, 1970 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Menioriains New police building wins nod .'rf.-VXXX' DEATHS I buikling. There appear to be advantages in new construction. When the town made appli- cation lo the attorney gener- al's department for grants it engage indicated a building lo cost architects to prepare prelunm-..................... ____ ary plans on a new police build- ing for the town. The commission and council hope new police tiuarlers Jfy AIAHY TVMlH'llSKt Herald News Service COALDALE Town council i recently gave Ihe police com- mission authorization U from lo was fore- cation and plans have seen. The department advised the town Ihe allowable grant was two thirds of the cast or to a maximum of The de- partment grant would not in- clude Ihe costs of a courtroom. II was preferred by the de- NIAGARA, CAN I Mrs. Jack ileeder, Mrs. K red apart from the police building. the O'Donnell and Mrs. Mildred 01- j Tire department has defined been submitted. The remaining grant Is forth- coming in the 1972-73 year. There is to be discussion with Ihe presiding magistrate on whether the present courtroom facilities are satisfactory in view of the eventual move of police headquarters. The courtroom and police of- fices are in the basement of (lie town office building. j tin Bros. Ltd neral Service. Directors of Fu- 75 CONTRACTS BORGK RAVE'4 C.ARAGP B U i L DING. Passed away in ihe city on Wednesday. Ntovem- her following a lengthy I illness, Millard Olaf. at the age of 71 vears. beloved husband of Mrs. Mary M. Held, of 8lh Streel N. Born .in Portland. j North Dakota, the late Mr. I Field hamesteaded lo Pendant CEMENT I dc'Orielle. Alberta, in 1915. T" i nlovmg Lelhbridgc in lie was a well known carpenter until retiring in l'W3. Besides his loving wife. Mary, lie is also survived by three sons, Norman, iimery and Gor- don Field all of Lcthbridge: three daughters. Mrs. nie i Venahles of Lelhbritfge and Mrs. S. Slemko and Miss Belly Field both of C a 1 g a r v; It grandchildren: four sisters, Mrs. Fmma Wag- ner of Medicine Hat. Mrs. Con- nie Mutchler of North Dakola. M r s. Marjovie Andrews of Lethhridg" and -Mrs. Florence Joyce of Vancouver: one broth- er' Leonard of Vancouver. He was predeceased by two brolh- ers Harold and Emery Field. PUBLIC NOTICES 13th Street North on Sauir- Cliurcli with Key. D. Hank- inson of f ici a t ing. PallbiMi- ei's were Tom McLean, Gordon Voting. Allan Willinm.s. C.nm't Long, Norman ami Wins tickets TABEK (HNS) Robert PC- rini of Taber is the winner of tickets for two to the Nov. 17 National Hockey League game at Vancouver when the Ca- nucks host Hie Detroit Red Tne third of six draws by Taber Minor Hockey Associa- tion will be made at the end of November game when for the Dec. 8 the New York Rangers play the west coast loam. Tickets are now on sale. Stead. Interment was ia Moun- i lain View Cemetery. Mai tin Bros. Directors of ff'unei al Service, was in charge of the arnmgoment.s. C366I-II CARD OF THANKS SAKATCH We would in thank all the friends a n d neighbors and relatives I sent flowers, food. Mass uid land cards of sympathty dutmg the loss of our brother Joseph, Sakatch, Special lhanks !o Hie pallbearers, ficv. Fathei V Diado of the Greek Catholic Church and Christenscn Sali'on r'vmerid Home. Karl Sorokoski I Mrs. Leslie Popp and familv. Canada lauded for handling of Quebec kidnap case LONDON (CP) Britian has i "11 would be wrong lo con- expressed renewed faith in j ccal that this time we meet Canada's handling of the Mon- treal kidnapping affair, and the hope that the Canadian govern- under the shadow of a sorrow which has stunned and shocked every Canadian citizen." said PIEASE READ YOUR AD NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS ESTAT MS'KAS, 1S1E Df OF JOHN me CUV of signed by !he Hth day si 1970, Ml statement of t LOG BREEZE Assisfnnf Pubiic Trustee 301 John J. BQWien Bull day al p.m., with Rev. A. i 0 i s o n officiating. Interment will follow in ArchnKiuni Mem- orial Gardens. Those who wish i may pay their respects at the Chapel" Phone: 328-2M1. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C1I2I) IN MEMORIAM KOWl.KV In loving nu in ory of a dear son. Ray William Rowley, who passed awav at Rainbow Lake, Novembei j1 1969, remembered b y his mother and his litlie daughers and his sisters and their families. rr" CARRIES COFFIN The military vehicle carrying the coffin of Gen. Lharles de Gaulle leaves lo Boisserie, de Gaulle's residence in background, during the funeral of the former French president. ment will do everything it can Foreign Secretary Sir Alec to save the life of British en-1 Douglas-Home as he spoke of warm Anglo-Canadian ties at a Canada Club dinner. "We have been caught up in Canada's horror and we under- stand her 'problem and her di- lemma." he added as he touch- ed on the Montreal kidnapping thai led to the death of Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Imports and the unknown fale of Cross, the British trade commission- er. "I would only say that we have admiration for the Cana- dian government's handling of this dreadful matter." If had combined humanity with its supreme duty to pre- serve the legal fabric of the state and the integrity of Ihe nation. Sir Alec said civilized coun- tries have to work to show that violence cannot p'ay a'nd that force must be rejected as an instrument for obtaining a po- litical aim. voy .lames-CJasper) Cross. {Eskimos Want Names GM pay deal hangs in balance iwav in uihbridgc' on Tues- DETBOI'l' ftcpresent- Uinly push ihe eight-week long contract, drafted al the bargain-, tracts and made a return to UK dav" November 10th !fl70, at: atives of 394000 striking Gen- urike inlo .ng table, a few notes of dissal-; unlimited formula a top demand i i ihe' age of 40 years, beloved jeral Motors workers mecl today Thp bargaining team for Hie faction over _ year. _ _ YELLOWK.WE. NWT (CP) in a disc? If you're an Eskimo, your disc is your identification as Cat" as ihe federal government is concerned. For centuries Eskimos in small communities knew each other and called each other by a name that had perhaps been passed on (or generations. In fact, some communities had populations all with the same name. However, in 1945 when Eski- mos started getting family al- j lowance cheques, the federal j ICA f I IIP government issued numbered 1 C> ell vi discs am) the cheques were made out to numbers. Now Abraham Okpik is work- IQ ing on Project Surname, an N.W.T, centennial project to get to take n ;Pk auc cr asli OF PROPFRTY wr i the' aw of 40 vears, beloved 'era! Motors workers mecl today The bargaining team for the isfaction over the year _ husband of "Mrs. Barbara iio decide whether lo accept or Canadian dviston said it agreement reached Wednesday I meaus er Esk they will the number set welfare WASHINGTON (AP) A small stone trapped hi a laii- was born in Lestock, ppp aid pi-opes cnnsis of II 9B airrRs of dryl siorey residentiai buiid ot Ids) iilchewan, March 29, 1930 ami !cr j uarne to Alberta wiih his par- j ents in 19-14. who made Ihier home in Magrath. He was mar- ried in 1056 to Barbara Mo bsdro: is, fcitcften, living room the doctors resumed fheir prac- NOBLEFORD (Special) Those in attendance at the "Speak Easy." sponsored by jlhe north county recreation 'hoard al the Picture Butte High School, were the board member for the Noblcford rural and Monarch area, Gordon Lu- cira, Mrs. Luchia. Sir. and Mrs. Glen Peters. K cl w a r d COALUALE (HNS) Con-jErickson and Mr. and Mrs. activities al Ihe fecdiTom Roberts. before anyone knows who you are talking Not expanding .piillern for first class mailing standard of living. and Jan updating process, says Jim but little, if anything It was a four-hour meeting, was af- irrai IIKHALl) Headers Mail Limited r.n Frdnl Slrrct West Toronto 1, Onlario. an upUfUing process, says UIIL uuii., u