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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta j30 TflE lETHBRinGE HERALD 50 MISC. ARTICLES WTO. GOOD USFD PiANO, FHOHE Ml ICHO Friday, 57, 1970 58 MALE HRP WANTED 70 GARDENING FALL CLEAN-UP. AU. KINDS Of- 75 CONTRACTS WAN1R1 TO BUY SMAtt ht-me Phone Bob Bnrclsy, VAST IRON, COPPER, BRASS- RADI- iMHerliri. HiqhsSt prlccJ. Vpi- i Iron Ud., 3308 2nd N Ph 59 MALE -FEMALE HELP WANTED CHURCH GROUPS, CLUBS, OR OR- sell tamws Wfltklnt' Doonlion 135, Wt-Dttt. C70B7-HII size 24 In, gas and refrigerator. Thona 327-9377, after 4 p.m. X17-I8-V SCRAP IRON Brads Radiators Batteries Always paying more. NATIONAL SALVAGE CO, UD. Mi 33rd St. NcrSb CARETAKER FOR THE r. P. SCHOOL FORT MACLEOD I p in 12 p.m. shifts 4C hours per week. Apply in wrilinc fo !he school, giving qunlHiCfl'icms. 208-28 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED PUB1IC HEALTH NUR5K Applications Invited from experi- enced nuriei holding a diploma or df- (jre? In public nursing lor fhs position cf Senior Murse to Foof- Miis Unit. Apply to Or. A. C- Elfis, Medical Officer of Bax 638, High River. 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES FRIERS AND ROASTERS LIVE AT coop 32c per Ib. Evenings and SatgrdflV 75MI 33, Ditflne ForsyMi' Welling. FHIERS AND ROASTING CHICK6NS ready 37 per tb. on dozen M Frets cfe-iivery. Custom kllllny. hell. mwlh Dyck, Conldnle. fisona C9S5-H RAViiN 1319 ?Sh ST. cupboards, rumpus w) ami repairs. 37T-321V, ST. N, si rooms, re- I O1 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES GAKAGE B U L D i N G. CEMENT ituccotnq. Anderson and Sorcrtson Construction, 1020 Avo. S. Phone pu BUG "NOT ICES NOTICE Having Ififl my bed will no lonpBr be responsible lor any debls Incurred by my wlla. Signed E." S. Boi BirtJis, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Meinoriams PART SIAMESE KITTENS TO 8 given away. 16J-H BIRTH Don and Jennie Art is big help mentally ill FUNERALS PKOCTOR Funeral s c r- FOR SALE PART HUSKY PART Coillfl PUPJ, weeks IMS, alter t p.m. SU-W 61 TEACHERS WANTED CHRISTMAS PUPPIES td Dachshund (black and also Iwo adults (hlBCk and Will hold until Wti willl deposit. Phone atler J p.m. or Mf- 3150. 188-30 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES are pleased to I vice for Aucr Winchester Proo announce-the birth of a son, [tor, Sirling resident who died Gregory Donald, 5 Ibs. IS ozs, I at Cards ton Sato'day, Nov. 21, on November 22, W70, at the! 1970, at I he age o( years, Lethbritlge Municipal Hospital. A brother lor Amy Elizabeth. B6AUTV SALON, PRICED FOR qyick Write Box 30, Herald. 4 ?1 TRUCKS AND TRAILERS WANTED Cash Paid for Used Trucks and Car5 TOWN AND COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 327-9355 IF FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED WILL DO I RON IMG OR HOUSE- u'ork Tuesdays or Wed- nesdays. Phone 3J5-3671. 329-28 WILL DO BABYSITTING DURING TEENAGE THE WiLLOW CREEK i SCHOOL DIVISION j NO. 4 Requires the following j teachers: GRANUM, At BERT A Grflde C NANTON, ALBERTA C Teacher Mr. R. E. Congdcn, Secrelary Treasurer, Willow Creek School Division No. 28, Box 69, Claresholm, Alberta CONFECTIONERY CENTRAL LO cation Low overhead Money maker for right Must sell immediately. Phone 317-3463. WANTED TO ING PRACTJtE. Please stipufale number of clientele and dollar vaiue of business Stats all particulars and reply to Box SB, Heraiti. SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA SER- VICE FRANCHISE AVAILABLE. OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS. INVEST- MENT REQUIRED UNDER MOO. AD- VERTISING AMD SUPPLIES INCLUD- ED IN THE AGREEMENT. WRHE BOX HERALD. 3M-38 TAKE NOTICE THAT WHEREAS SICKS' LETH- BRIDGE SREWERY LIMITED to the Ihe whole of Dicck 3A of Plan Loth- bridge 43535, under Cerlllkfiie of Title ?4 N 1iB, which land comprises ihaf portion of First Streef South, formerly MsciGod Rwd, Ulhbrhiqe, Alberts- ty- ing North of the North boundary of SecoiuJ Avenue S., formerly F o r d Slreef, and South of HIB Soulh boun- dary of 'he lanes through Sfock 3 and 4, LeHibridqe, Alberto. THAT WHEREAS 5SCKS' LETH- BRIDGE BRKWERY LIMITED do maintain li'ife to the above described pi optriy do Intend lo iitle to the same, THAT that portion shall ba and is hereby withdrawn from band of Mrs. Julia' FllgilS 0! J fQUrbliac -VuViSS Taber- sendee will DEATHS vva.s held at 2 p.m. Thursday, J970, in the Stirling FIT.GAS Passed away at Tat: 26, aber ou Thursday, Nox'ember i Nov. LOS Church with, Bishop Wil- liam N. llogenscn officiating, Pallbearers were Robert Bak- er, Tim Brandley, Brian Spade- man, Miches! and Blair Proc- tor and Ronald Kiddle, Inter- ment was m the family plot in Standard fbie on the -Oh Day of De- cember, A.D. 1970 nt p.m. Mwin- fain Standard Time on the 5th day of I December, A.D. 1970. ancf i! is the In- JeiUJon of SiCKS' LETHBRIDGH J BREWERY LIMITED to close >'e I above described property on or aboul j the same day in each and every year ;r.- jack Lakle ;fcs' Brewery Limited Urf. iMrecters of Funeral Ser- wasta ctar8e ot lhe Br- TORONTO (UP) In or being weights! down. chotherapy art is noi so much a j while concentrated use oC red creation of the mind as it is a j denotes anger and ifdge. mirrov of Uie mind, revealuig to: One of Dr. Fischer's patients psychiatrists and psycliolhorap- who had twice attempted sui- ists the innermost thoughts and feelings of their mentally dis- patients. "Art enables a person to com- cido habitually executed land- scapes, portraits and designs in solid black and dark brown. Another patient, a 35-ycar-oH ntt, cirauica n pvtauu tu tuiu- j ptiticni., n municate things they can't com- businessman who resented his munJcate in said Mi- chaela Htitchins, an art psy- chotherapist oa the staCf of To- Clarke Institute of Psy- chiatry. "It bypasses the con- scious mind." Psychiatrist Martin Fischer, director of the Toronto Art Therapy Institute, said a pa- by his periodic episodes of announced when Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, in charge of arrange- rnents, CKM7 ;sej'vice for Fred Vander Heide, beloved husband oE Mrs. Pirn JAYNKS George A., pass- 1 Vander Heide of 717 12fh St. ed away in the city on Tues- "A" S. who died in the city day, November 24, at the Alumtay, 'Nov. 23, i970, at the Cent's painting or sculpture "can reveal his fundamental thought and feelings." "Tl can convey fears, con- flicts, memories, fantasies and dependency on his mother, re- peatedly drew a figure of R targe woman colored in bright crimson. Content as well ss color clues to a patient's inner preoc- cupations. A 30-year-old man, frightened controllable rage, drew all people without hands, R way oC expressing his fear of commit- ting aggression. Br, Fischer advocates giving j school teachers a hvo-msnUt Biita Smith, art therapist alj training course in ail therapy VANDKR, HE1DK Funeral Dr. Fischer's institute where as an effective strategy for some 70 men and women partic- early detection of emotional dis- ipate in art therapy, said of the j lurljances, studio where eight patients at time attend a two-hour class: age of 82 years, beloved broth- ot Mrs. Iva Smith oE age 1! BUY A Krsflt futui equipped i fast food a ig lold With f U V I und dairy bar arid i Doufcie your invest- in this busy south- possible. 93, Her- Iwld in the Christensen ChapeJ of 50 years, was held at p.m. Thursday, Nov. 26, cago. Funeral services will be 1970, in "Martin Bros. 312 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. M, Saturday, November '28, Van Beveran officiating !970, at 2 p.m., with Rev. E. E. bearers were Peter Pall- Kern p- WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT O.Nc child in TW hoTip, 751-27 54A LICENCED NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, weeks to six yf ,178.2835. 55 MAIE EMPLOYMENT WANTED MAN KESUIRES C A R P E N Work of any kind. Phone f 1.135-5 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim ElUutt tc.lls you how. Phone 32S-363S, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-rf 62A TUTORING NEWLY DECORATED AND EQUIP- ped restaurant; specially Jlore nain floor; apsrtmersl NOTICE in lhe mailer o? Section Municipal Goyernmcri Ac rnal'er of tha closing i sfreet TAK5 NOTICE that a1 floor elling entire econd building, I located on chosen corner 1ft Norlh 1 LElhBridge. balance by riwt- gaae w aQreemetil for sale to ap- proved purchaser. Call a! 544 13th Si. 1 N- or phons 338.4395, for deiails, MjWlar meeting to be held on Monday the l.ith day of December, 1970, al the hour of 8 o'clock in Ihe svonifiQ. in Jne Council Chsmliprs at City Hail in Lethbricige, Alberta Ihe Council uf The City of Lethbridge intends to give consideration to closing: steriy Th'trt 17! of The mount Memorial Gardens. 1 and Christensen Salmon Funeral j Home Directors o( Funer- Sis regular sj Service. CI350 tnroughout of that portion of 5th North in me City of Lethbrldge WESTERN CANADA'S LARGEST RENT-A-CAR FIRM ewe of the North nnd e Saoce of uiharly boitntl iion witti Avsnoe nding Southerly B dis- feet S inches ts the 65 LOST AND FOUND FOUND STRAYED TO HANZEL farm joo Ib. heifer calf. Wj miles !aouih, half mils WBS! of 347-37 i LOST THREE HEREFORD HEIF- east of Picture Buttt. Brand on right hip. H. Vandenberfl, 732-1680. 3J8-J snd pres- i Box 95, 351-3 FULL through Friday, in CoaSdate, from i LOST IN FERNIE SUNDAY, NOVEM- i ber n English Setter I While with brown spots. taltOD in sftr SSC. Box 1146, j or collect, 1 33J -M ODWNTOWN CHARTERED BANK IS tiklng applications tor ex.pemn.ced 66 PERSON Al. letter. 373-1341, for sppolntmenf FASHION CAREER-PART OR FULL Mme. Must like jewellery and psople. No cost )o start. For interviews phone EARN PROFITS FAR IN EXCESS OF PRESENT WAGES Unllitilfed opportunity, for or partnership. Well equipped Iwo servics station. Excel lent location, on Busiest thoroughfare in Lethbridge with idea I proximity to resfaurafl's, holels and rapidly expanding residen- tial Arm A business tn step info. Price "dependant on stock and cquipminf required. WSITK 80X 19, HERALD. SANTA CLAU5 SUIT SENT. Phone '53-33 !_ADV REQUIRED, WITH In Electrolysis Epliaticn, for steady empioymsnt in new year. Write Box 85, Herald, CAMPBELL SOUP 327-6162, MORNINGS. 274-23 .TEA CUP READING, i through Saturday, 3-? p.m. al the Lotus j Inrj Cafe, 9264-tfh 343-1 UGH! THOSi JANUARY SILLS, HE- you can pay them from your frvas us an AVON Rapresantatlva find out HOW RIGHT NOW Call quickly .178-7-524 or Mrs. M. 351-i 23rd Ave, 5- In AlCOHOUCS ANONYMOUS Anyone with drinking problem. FORT MACIEOD CLERK TYPIST li required by thi ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES PIANT DEPARTMENT IN FORT MACLEOD Must bft ft flnd possess jrn aptitude tor detail work. Minimum GradB II- PLEASF APPLY SM TUES- DAY, DECEMBER 7st, 30 A.M.-U NOOH TO THE TELEPHONE OFFICE (REAR AN INFORMATION REFERRAL Centre A.l.D, Arfvlct, Information Welfare and Recreation. Phtne -357- 7323, ID a.m. 4 p.m. C103i-4D for! ot mouth ssres, while canker spots, i dental pint seres, tender gums, with Fleicher's Sore Meyth Medicine, il.oa at Boyd's Pharmacy Ltd. and West- 1 minster Drugs. PREPARING FOR MARRIAGE: IN- dwidtifll assessment and discussion, of f various aspects of married Iris. Cnn- I taci Ihe LeifiDridge Family Service 1 for Information al Convtfs- 1 lent appsmtmsots yW arranged. Anderson Agencies IOC Professional Bldg. 327-6244 Confsciianery and 13th St. N Bulitfing, slock and equipment. Full S3J.OOO, Termi. Eirclusive. boundary of spur servicing Sitich 11, Plan "jiOI-J.K" AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE any person who claims he und his lands wil! be prejudicnlly afffccieb by the closing of the roadway shall be afforded an opportunity lo b by Council by himself or his agenh DATED AT l.ETHflRIDGE this 30th day of November, A.D. 1970. John Geria, Clerk NS3 DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TFNDERS CONTRACT NO. 167-70 Eskdale officiating and Mr, enaar, Wiebe Pepstraw, Dave i Hugh Feck conducting. Inter-land Dirk Daniels, Peter Kok, meni. will follow in the Arch-j and Cor Hoogerdijk. Interment was in Mountain View Ceme- tery, Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of Uie arrangemeni-s. TAYLOR Funeral service for John Wesley Taylor, be- loved husband of Mrs. Delight (Cookie) Taylor who died in Ihe city Monday, Nov. 23, JS70, after a long illness at live age of 78 years, was held at Friday, Nov. 27, 1970, in The most disturbed child goes unnoticed because he's so "This is not a place to learn: quiet and jnon-ver- art. It's a' place to learn about; said the psychiatrist. "But one's his artwork, the call for help With experience, a come through, loud and can quickly interpret the state i clear.1' of mind ot the patient by color and content of a patient's j art production. The first paintings by a psy- chotic, for example. wU! usually be an object inside a heavy civ- i AXDKRSO.V Passed away Fort Macleod. Wednesday, (135 J November 25, 1970, Margaret Olive Anderson, aged 83 vears, istruction of Four Classroom Stla De- veiopmen! fll Biood Indian Rsserva No. M8, Standoff, Dis- ffkf Alberta. Sfiflied Tenders, marked u to con- Sen f addressed to Contracts Admini- strator, Room 554, 4CO Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa A, Ontario, will re- cetued Up to: p.m. (E.S.T.S De- cember 17, 1970. All lenders must bt complete project as Indicated In fender of Fort Macleod. The funeral service will be held ia the Fort Macleod LDS Chapel, Saturday al I p.m., Bishop E. Derricott i 'V cular enclosure which, in is reinforced by another enelo: sure. RED SHOWS ANGER I "They are symbolically eut--; ting themselves off and insulat- j ing themselves from the reality j of the eulside Miss j Hukhins explained. i The predominant use of black or other dark hues symbolizes j depression, death, evil, monrn- 594 head prior to lhe service. Funeral Arrangements by IMen's Fu- neral Home leod. Fort Mac- C. Barnes, George W. Smith, Delbert C. Patching, Norman H. Quick and Gordon N. Young. Interment was in the veterans' plot, in JMountain View Cenne- i I 3TC tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in j charge of the arraagements, l at Cranbrook; wants. Excelie quarter mote! Walerlofi La if erscery with Waferton Lake. Evenincs Phone Tender Oblai he: FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRiNKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AMD i INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O- BOX L5TH- BRIDGE, AL8ERTA. TEENS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. {Established 1927) PHONE 328-3331 long busy litrle torp wilh goorf profit, iri d wear shop Handling on deposit of S180.CO In tht fl CERTIFIED CHEQUE pay- able to THE RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA, from: (1) Contract Administrator, Room Technical Servrces Branch, Da- j parimsnt o! Indisn Affairs nod Harth- West, Ottawa -1 Ontario. i (2) Regional Enginear, (Indian-Eskl- 327-7J73 I rno Dspaflment o( indian Af- 327-735.J! fairs and Northern Development, Floor, C.W, Building, Ecimon- ClWJ-2 !ion 15, Alberts.- -----------r (3) Dislrkl Supervisor r'--J i Districl, Room W6 Feder l.elhhriflge, Alberts. xsmined at !he Construcfion Asso- clat'wn Olfices a! Sdmonltwt, Caigarv. i LethbfWge, Red Deer, and Medicine Hat, Aiberla. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Building, G. J- Dirt The City of lethbridge REQUIRES A RECEPTIONIST CURK STENOGRAPHER Tr> routino duties tn fh- Per jonnel and Payroll Department, Idersfanding and help (or you. PC-' Box 661, Lethbridge or phone Larry J327-E3JO, Carol J-tna 327-7Q8S. j ClOll-tf ,ccr further these two SChmltt 327-3879. tion on cithar sf PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL 58 MAtE HHP WANTED (SANTA ARRIVES SATURDAY [MORNING AT CENTRE i MALL OH 13TH STREET NORTH. I BRING THE CHILDREN TO SEE HIM i IN SANTA'S VILLAGE IN THE MALL. THE KIDDIES PHOTO- GRAPHED WITH SANTA 1W A COL- OREO PHOTO. HE HAS A CANDV GIFT FOR ALL LITTLE VISITORS. SAMTA WILL BE AT CENTRE VIL- l.AGe WALL EVERY DAY AND THURSDAY AND F R I D A. Y UNTIL CHRISTMAS. C1303-3? I 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS 1 DRYWALL, T A P f H G, -SPRAYING j ceiling.s. Excclient workmanship. Phone i 328-7362. 629J-tf Foreign car c_> sales reach new lush O IN MEMORIALS HIGBY In loving memory of mother, Mrs. Alice Ann Rigby, who passed away De- cember 9th, ]949 and dad, Mr, Fountain Rigby, who passed away November 37, 195S, r Passed away on Wednesday, November 25, 1970, Ernest C. Moorey, aged 83 years, beloved husband of Mrs, Frances Moorey of Port Mac- leod. Fwnersl service will be bald in Christ Church (Angli- can) on Saturday at 3 p.m., '-Rev. R. Hunt officiating, as- sisted by Rev. 15. R. Doyle. In- terment ia Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of Fort Pharmacy. Funer- al Arrangements by Eden's nera! Home Ltd., Fort Mac- leod. ory Of my our j mother and grandmother, HANDEREK passed i Afabel, who passed away No- away suddenly in the city on Wednesday, November 25. 1970, at ihe age of %-years, beloved husband of the late Balhina Handerek, of Lethbridge. Fu- rieral services will be Iteld in the St. Basils Church on Sat- urday, Mwember 2S, 1970. at 10 a.m., with Father Gaslon Marien as celebrant. Interment will follow in the family plot in the St. Patrick Cemetery. Prayer.1; will be said in the St. 1 Basils Church on Friday eve- ning at. p.m. and those who wash may pay their respects at the Christensen Chapel after the prayers, CJtristensen Salm- on Funeral Home Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. CJW9 CRANBROOK (Special) Last week's Community Auc- tion Ltd. Cranbrook sales point sale returned for 594 head of mixed cattle, manager Bill Bradford reports. Prices' were favorably com- parable to those at the larger western Canadian sales cen- j tms, and commission buyer Ed ,7248 Nichols of Lethbridge shipped 1 of the' two railway carloads remembered by Beth pregnancy tested stock cows and George Homiilw. 'which were the day's major s'61 item, to North Caradoc, Ont, One hymjred head of these In loving mem- i teed stock cows were sold at Enchant everyone with tiny Christmas carolers. Just a prayer from those fond and who love you, Just a memory true, In our hearts you'll live Forever, Because we thought the world of you. remembered and sad- prices ranging from to s head. Good steer calves sold at 40 to 42 cents, heifers 33 to 35 cents, and no yearling sleers were entered. Yearling heifers returned 26 to 57.5 cents a pound, good feeder cows 19 to 30 cents, good butcher cows 21 to 22 cents, and lhe 15 bulls j sold al 20 to 21.50 cents. broider this joyful picture pair in happy holiday colors to cele- brate' the season. Tots, grown- ups love them. Pattern 7243: two SVixlS" transfers. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing j and special handling to ly m issed family. by Next and possibly final sale is December 2, though there is THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD a possibility of one more sale! Readers Mail Limited Ben and December 16 if potential en-; M Front Street West 315 I tries warrant. i Toronto 1, Ontario. VALUABLE AND THRIVING BUSINESS SPARKY'S DAIRY BAR TABER, ALBERTA NISHIYAMA Ichiji, passed j DETROIT (AP) -MS. atilo-; fW Picture Butte on makers have sold about one (Wednesday, November million fewer cars this year] Bighorn sheep deaths no reason for panic ige of 73 years, beloved 'than in 1909 while foreign car i sales in the United Stales have reached a new husband of Itfr.s. T-sui Ni.slvi- yama, of Picture Butte. Mr. JASPER. Alta. (CP) A biologist says "there's a good chance'1 75 per cent of the We ha been tunify to and wey eEiablished dairy bar hsmbLJrgsr drive-in. Has a laroe g OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE LTD. Nishiyama was born in Japan two years. bighorn sheep in Jasper Na tional Park will be dead in August 19, i89? ami came lo sielfox, a researc h bi- Aulo industry leaders have at- i a u nvM-all slow- 191J- workMl. ol i olosisl for the Canadian wild- tribulcd tlie over-all sales slow- down lo a general softening of ihe economy and the ift-week- the C.P.R. for 35 years until his retirement in 1962. Left lo life service, commented: "It's nothing to panic aboul." It has occurred many times be- Innn ('cMM-al Motors strike thai mollrn ms PassmS' has occurred many times ue- n v i loving Tsui are Iwo fore. Dually in 20-year cycles. i GUARANTEED R'EPAIRS TO SAL ifsMAH REQUIRED: JOHr. clcaicr c snfral Albert fioires ft salesfTiiiri !o cover previous m sdie of mcnf Limifsd, A! recently settled, ures released by Hie major manufacturers this week (show that up lo Nov. 20 some g.575.343 new cars have been sold.' compared wilh 7.62J.917 ; year for a drop of The aiilomofive Big MAINTENANCE M.AM AWAITS YOU AT i Qiif-n Vktoris Inn. Idpfii wiftttr fur- f.i'.nscl act-ommOfJatiofl. indoor i '.r'.-'Y (V-r P G', i5S iw-rjft 70 GARDENING 74 tOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 19Z7 leqe Mall. Phone 328-3J3I csi Q{ the loss. Only American Mo- tors Corp. recorded a gain. Import cur in Ihe mean- time, ran ahead of their pace through Hie first nine iJinoiiihs of fliis year. A record iuipovlci! cars were sold. )er AtL TYPES of THE "PF-OPLEAT NIAGARA Tom of Kdmonton ami Jim of the sheep have always Ottawa: one daughter, Korreen rejuvenated Mr, of Picture Butte. Funeral ser-------------------- vices wiH be held in Uie Fie-' hire Butie Buddhist Church on Sunday, November 29, J070. af p.m., mil) Hey. S. Kosaka officiatmg. services j Dis- heanl ncra! }fome Ltd., Directors of1 Funeral Service, CI -'At> NATAL. B.C. (IIKS> Iricf of Sparwood comic Stelfox added. "Ifs a fact of na'Ufre." The research biologist said in sn interview that 75 per cent of the sheep in Kootcnay National Park died in 1966-67 but they are already showing signs of thriving again. Sheep populat ion now in Jasper, Kimtcnay, Banff ami Waterton national parks fo- tailed about About sheep winter in Jasper park which now has a ''super-abun- dant" sheep population. Mr. Stelfox's study has yielded no solutions, jjc was not even sure that a problem exists and is strongiy opposed lo any "hushancio1" pnrk animals until more is learned of the" total ecology. In Jasper park about 90 per cent of Uie sheep graze in winter on about 10 per cent of Or an unusually hot. sum- mer may bring on a drought which would increase forest fires. Burned-out areas soon become ideal winter grazing ranges, which might lead to sheep thriving awl multiply- ing. They thrive until the grassland is replaced by for- est areas, not suitable for sheep. This happens in about 20 years. Mr. Sielta believes that until more is learned, nothing should he done lo interfere with natme. supper December II ;at Milk River I MILK RIVER St. Paul's i United Church Women met re- cently at ihe home of Mrs. Roy Grnil Life PASAUBXA. Calif. breaking lhe old mark of 753. 647! scientist says house flies can replanted. urn o! uca.u slopes which by geographical lhe advisory planning board j and climatic coincidence face jClclond wjth eight mcmbeis rei-ommend the green-strip on Ihe sun and prevailing winds i lending. Hemlock, removed for ihe in-i which keep them free of snow. The recent bake and sUHaiion of storm sewers, be Under this intense grazing J elephant sale netted the ranges recover and IHE NIAGARA ;oltl in Ihe Jan. J-Oct. last yea peri jn some ways I L. fiigara and J. PaseoviH' less year aflcr year. Soon Ihe Members were asked to bring light sweaters, blouses and dresses for the supply and a nervous phoned coUneil on Ihi5 are food. niKl will IK advised thai no sheen. welfare nopailmeni, mese sin 75 CONTRACTS a new m 20 claT hefty number of sheep. Or if f OP imiY uiMmEt) 'sRte r.w. r.t OH f.limNG, TRIMMING, F 'tf. CUSTOM FRAMING f M 0 V "T I o H S. AMD SOOMS- TOR on w-im. i SAX Thoi-c'.........................--....... ;for Bill Graham, who opcralcs< violet, ami polarized light, says l-'ilhnorc Kast and Killmoro i JJr. Gilbert. McCann of Call-; The planning hoard also roe-1 lhe sheep survive the winter Wcsi. and whose name, before fornia tnstilule of ommendcd lols 17 and IS in the; then the extra moisture will he had it changed was And they can delect slower mo- institutional area Craionka Tht- fan lions than humans can scc-lhc, available for sale lo lhe Chris-1 lungworm disease i "is named 'of course, the I motion of a clock's hour lian and Missionary Alliance snails, Wolf (Jang. f for mwmple, i for church building. Maybe an especially tough he sent to Africa, winter, which may occur once Mrs. Hoy was eleci- Other officers: lo he made' often increase the deadly small favorite food of lambs. od president. Mrs. Harvey Reese, secretary; Mrs. Ray Schmitt, treasurer. The UCW will hold 8 Chrisl- mas party al. p.m. I'Vklay, Doc. J I. There will he a pot- luck supper and welcome, ;