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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Stdurduy, NovemWr M, WO THE UUIBRIDOE MIKALIJ J.J. Triiilcuu: no criticism of police OTTAWA (CP) Prime Mill-, understood, were misinterpreted ster Trudcau said Thursday as a criticism of (he that he was not criticizing Djefenuakcr liad asked dian police forces Tuesday when jir Trudeau's "imputa- he said in the Commons that lions" about the RCMP be clari- Ibcre is a conthitiing cxamina- j ficd "so that this great body of lion to see "if there is will not be subjected to way to hove a more efficient j.shadow. police force." Mr. Trudcau repealed his In reply to Commons ques- j Tuesday statement that a vole tions by John IMofenbaker (PC ks is mra, Mr. Tvudoau i said, he was "very happy" to j for the job they arc doing. What txplain his remarks which, he he did say, he explained, is that .police arc dealing with an en- tirely new they haven't had the 'training for this type of prob- lem. "This is in no way a criticism of them we all had been caught slightly off guard." MONKEY SHINES At spotting a bargain and "Mr. Ed" of Bradford, Pa., will fry anything if the price is right. After a taste, hQwever, he de- Burus fatal to worker EDMONTON Pino, 50, of Edmonton died in hospital here from burns he re- ceived in an accident at a steel plant when moll.on metal acci- dentally spilled from a ladle. cided rabbit food was none of a monkey's business. Royal family ratings IS COMING low LONDON (Reuter) A opinion survey group said Thursday most teen-agers in Britain do not pay much at- tention to what the Royal Family does and 25 per cent of those questioned said they liked none of its four mem- bers. For those who gave a posi- tive answer, Prince Philip overshadows his children and the Queen as the hero of. the Boyal Family, according to the Gallup poll survey pub- lished in the mass-circulation Daily Mirror. It says the prince took 30 per cent of the votes of teen-agers be- tween the ages of 15 and 19, compared with 20 per cent in ANTIQUE AND CANADIANA ESTATE AUCTION SALE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16 702 llth Street South, lethbridge IN TWO SESSIONS 1-5 P.M. MISC. AND SMALL ITEMS 7 FURNITURE, LARGE ITEMS AND BOOKS Tho Executor of of laft Edgar B. Hill, pioneer lethbridge merchant, me to tell by Public Auction furniture ond tttwti from flni old residents located at tnt address. FURNITURE Faur cast and brass Poster Beds. Golden oak Holt Mirror with 4 brosj too! hangera, NartKwind dtsign. Walnut fern Stand. Walnut floor lamp, original shads, new condition. Ornately carved squore type Sewing Machine cose with eorly Raymond Sewing Machtnu. 9 Dining Room Suite, lorge quantity brow. Curtain Rods. 7 old Trunks various ma and kinds. Early Conadion ipindle bock Northwind de- Choirs. 2 Golden oak library Tables (Krug Bros.) ball and claw feet. Oak double pedestal library Table. Dainty walnut Rocker. Wicker Rocker and high back Choir. 6 early ice cream Chairs Six large Oil Paintings wllh heavy gilt frames-various sizes 36" to 48" length, J. Anderson, artist, 2 Golden oak Dressers with large ova! bevelled mirrors. Oak bathroom shaving Mirror and towel rack. 5 piece Canadian Bed- room Suite with bed, dressing table, highboy chest, vanity and chair, all on casters, leather upholstered oak Occasional Chair. 2 lorge walnut Dressers with bevelled mirrors. Old feather covered office lounge and matching chair in walnut. Large Herring-Hall-Marvins Safe Co. office safe. Golden oak pigeon hole Secretary Desk. Eorly Canadian coal and wood Stove with Nickel Plate fittings. Circular backed walnut Hall Settee and matching chair, Inlaid French ivory feature strip. Mohair Chesterfield and 2 chairs. Circular oak pedestal leg lamp Table. Imperial loyalist maple arm Chair. misc. walnut ond maple lamp Tables, fern stands, Very fine Morris upright plans and bench, made In Uslowel, Ont. Walnut oblong library Table. Golden oak Morris Choir. 2 early console radios in working condition. Walnut Vanity with mirror ond chair. Very early Eastern Canadian Settee, arm chair, 2 occasional choirs ond corner chair, all on porcelain costers. BOOKS forge collection of old law Books, such as 1st Edition American English Encyclopedia of law, Volume No. 1 to 31. 2nd Edition, Volume No. 1 to 32. English Ruling Cases 1898 Volumes No. 1 to 27. Western low Reporters 1905 to 1916 and many other individual books of law. The com- plete works of John Ruskin, Vol. 1 to XI, published 1840-1880. The Historians History of the World, 22 Volumes published in 1908. 18 Volumes on the French Classical Ro- manres 1902. Cooper's Works Volume 1-10, 1893. Bulwer's Works, Vol. 1-6, 1892. Carlyle's Works Vol 1-9. The complete works of Robert Browning, 7 volumes. Many, many fine indi- vidual books plus a large quantity of early Canadian School Books. 200 sheets of old time music 2 oak book coses with double glass doors, on costers. MISCELLANEOUS Musiochc Pressed gloss. Cu! gloss. Crystal. Biscuit Vases. Wine DeconieTS. Ruby gloss. Carnival gin-.'., Condy iorr.. Bras', Snitoon. Porcelain Spitoon. large quantity Mo.on Gem Jnrs, on lids, etc. Silver plated Casser- ole rJKlies. Bon-bon dishes. Cruet Stand with 6 cut glass con- tainer. Cool-oil lamps. Silver plated Tea Service. Fine China Cups and Saucers, plates, vases, teapots, etc. Brass teopol. Crocks. Plunger, Churn. Sets of auto license plates from 1912 (not National Park Buffalo, etc. Earty auto acces- sories. Brass Woslinghouse electric fan. Brass Chandelier. Tif- fany glass shades. Many old brass and Tiffany glass shades. Early Lethbridge newspapers. Old razors, clocks, jewelery, kitchen utensils, calendars, pictures, garden tools. Old cOr spot light, head lights, curtains, luggage carrier, etc. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This sale is a MUST for collectors of early Canadian bric-a-brac, pioneer and antique fur- niture, plus many rare and bygone articles. Most of the furniture has been in Hill family fer four genera- lions. On View Sunday, Nov, 15th from p.m. LARRY IRVINE AUCTIONEER IIC. 100-69 TERMS: CASH OR CHEQUE PHONE 255-1751, CALGARY favor of his 21-year-old son, Prince Charles, and 17 per cent for Queen Elizabeth. Princess Anne, 2tl. polled only 15 per 22 pel- cent of the girls liked her best. Prince Charles was voted most m touch with everyday life. But when asked whether cither he or Princess Anne are typical representatives of young people in Britain on overseas trips, 62 per cent sakl no. AVAILABLE SOON OTTAWA Min- ister John Mimro told Grace Maclnnis (NDP Vaneouver- Kbigsway) in the Commons that information from his de- partment on family planning will be available "in the fairly near Contract let EDMONTON (CP) Chal- lenge Homes Lid. of Stony Plain, has been awarded an Al- jberta government contract for construction of an office build- ing at Oliver, it was announced here. The firm's bid of was the lowest of 13, LARGEST IN COUNTRY Canada's largest trees, feet tall and more than six feet in diameter, grow in the coastal region of British Columbia. MR. JOE DEAK Manager of the livestock Division of Southern Alberta Co-op IS PtEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE APPOINTMENT OF MR. KEN MILLER AS LIVESTOCK REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ASSOCIATION. Call Ken ot anytime. Let him help you in the selling of your livestock. PHONE: MAGRATH RESIDENCE 758-6607 OR LETHBR1DGE 327-4010. SOUTHERN ALBERTA LIVESTOCK MARKETING IETHBRIDGE PUBLIC STOCKYARDS HIGHWAY NO. 3 ArchMsliop ol Canterbury In S. Africa JOHANNESBURG (Reuter) The Archbishop of Canter- bury, Dr. Michael Ramsey, ar- rived Friday for a 20-day visit to South Africa and reaffirmed his opposition to the World Council of Churches decision to give funds to anti-apartheid terrorist groups. "I advised against the WCC decision and have never sup- ported the archbishop told a news conference. Replying to questions, Dr. Ramsey said: ''F am not in favor of churchmen involving themselves in violent solutions. The recent decision by the council to grant a token sum to African guerrilla liberation groups has been condemned by practically every Christian church in South Africa. The archbishop is visiting South Africa for centenary cele- brations of the Anglican Church in the country. During his stay, he will meet church leaders and Prime Minister Vorster. STUDY MCE PROBLEM The archbishop said he would j be making a close study of race relations in South Africa and I the role of his church in bring- j tog about racial harmony. I Asked if he thought the! church should interfere in poli- tics, Dr. Ramsey replied: "In- but preach a gospel that has political and social im- Dr. Ramsey recently attacked I the proposed resumption of j arms sales to South Africa by Britain's Conservative govern- ment. Washing machine sales decline OTTAWA (CP) Sales of washing machines and dryers in Canada during September de- clined by almost 25 per cent from the rate a year earlier, an indication of buyer caution and credit restraints. Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported today that such appliances were sold in Septem- ber, compared with units in September, Washers and dryers are among so-called consumer dura- bles, the big-price items, svhk-h are among the first, prcducls to sales declines when easli and credit are scarce or consumers generally feel uncer- tain in the face of rising unem- ployment. September sales of automatic washing machines fell to 21.8-11 units from a year earlier, conventional wringer-washers to from electric and gas dryers to 22.897 from Co-op mouoply claim studied OTTAWA (CP) Affairs Minister Ron Bastard told the Commons that his de- partment is investigating re- ports that the Alberta Market- ers Co-operative is operating a monopoly, lie was replying to Don Mazankmvski (I'C Vcgre- You may be too late to have the first color television on your street, but you're just in time for the best. Perhaps you Iiaven't bought color television because you haven't seen what you really want. Perhaps you've worried about tuning clear color. Or you've been fearful ot Hie nigh costs ol servicing. Well, now is the time to look again. Because we at Sylvania have just what you've been waiting for. And we'd like to tell you all about it. New Dimensional Color makes 'true to viewing a reality Take our 'true to li.e' dimensions. We've re- %'ised our screen height to screen width ratio to to incide exactly with that of television cameras. So now Sylvania shows all that thr eimrrd in tended. And you never miss a thing. To give you 'true to life' color, we've added a wrap-around "black composite" for very high contrast. And other special ele- ments for a definite brightness advantage. Jt is this brightness, contrast combination that makes Sylvania's new dimensional picture tube the sharpest ever seen. Fourteen leading television manufacturers use Sylvania picture Uibes. So we must be doing something riglil. Perfect tuning is now automatic We do however ask you to tune each channel the first time. But only the first time. After that, our Memory Fine Tuning device goes to work. It locks in your perfect choice and automatically remembers it for you every- time thereafter. Automatic Fine Tuning also includes a Deluxe 3-Stage Video IF Amplifier for more pleasing sound. A Keyed Automatic Gain Control (hat keeps Hie contrast uniform even in difficult reception areas. And an Automa- tic Degaussing Unit that purifies the color as soon as lite set wanm-up. Warm-up, by the way, takes only live seconds or less with new Instant Color. Finally, Automatic Fine Tuning contin- uously adjusts to a station's carrier signal. So Sylvania always gives you the strongest possible reception. Automatically, of course. Chassis eliminates licat and power overload problems We've designed out these two major causes of television failure by designing in two new features. First is n special Line Voltage Control. This little switch at the back of our set en- ables you to choose the best voltage for your area. And the second is really a first. To the industry, that is. As a matter of fact we're very proud of our High Voltage Tripler. It's one solid state device that eliminates two most troublesome receiving tubes. And two prettyhotonesatth.it. So Sylvania runs cooler now. On a lot less power. Sylvania has more bright ideas JI you don't like the _ idea of twisting UHF and j VHP dials, you'll like our Style 4C647. Instant Pushbutton Tuning makes it the right Sylvania for you, 3 f Or perhaps you'd lilt us to lake you one sti p r further. Cliairside Color Control lets you operate the whole Sylvania show from the comfort of your favorite chair. Caji you think of a better place? We also have a chassis for people who prefer their color television with no tube but the picture tube, Sylvania viewing is even more reliable Ihe Gibraltar solid state way. And if you choose a 26" Sylvania you can take perfect flesh tones for granted. New Pernm Tint locks Ibem in and eliminates the annoying greens from the picture. We think these ideas will help you enjoy Sylvar.ia even more. But then, we let you have the final say. Sylvania is the best color protection in the business A nice thing about our warranty is the easy-to- follow ques- (ion and answer format. But the best thing is the manner in which we take care ot you A full five year plan covers the picture tube and all solid state devices. Everything else is protected for one year. And you needn't worry about replacement parts. They're guaranteed for the balance of the warranty period. We're not a manufacturer who's afraid to mention breakdowns. They happen becausa a color television is a highly complex picco of machinery. Besides, a Sylvania color tele- vision is going to last a very long time. Realizing today's problems of repair and subsequent high costs, we've created our own coasl-to-coast service organization. Our fac- tory-trained personnel will be easily acces- sible. They will do whatever has to be done quickly, at a low cost. A Sylvania color television will be easy to service. We designed it that way. The finest quality comes at the best price Sylvania will save you some annoying ex- penses. Like government import duties and international shipping costs. For these two reasons as well as being able to give you more personal attention, we make our complete line of portable, table and console models right here in Canada. But only to liie exact specifications established for our award- winning line in the U.S. So there's no question about quality. Which you now know comes ;H '.he bcai price. And with that our story ends. Except you haven't seen our Sylvania color television yet. We suggest you look for it at your dealer's now. And test our color against every other one there. We think you'll agree that Sylvania is just what you've been waiting [or. And more. SYLVANIA, It's just what youVc been waiting for. COLOR TELEVISION ACME TELEVISION LTD. 535 13Ih St. N., Phono 327-6361 and College Mall FHONI 328-8314 BERT MAC'S RADIO-TV LTD. Downtown on 7lh SI., tcthbridge, Alia. PHONE 327-3232, ;