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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, October 10, 1970 DAVID LEWS Still In Running David Lewis, New Democra- tic Party member of Parlia- ment for Toronto York South and deputy leader of the fed- eral NDP party, said in Toron- to his son Stephen's election as leader of the Ontario NDP mil have no bearing on his seeking the federal leadership of the party. Mr. Lewis said no New Demo- crats have suggested to him that the party might be reluc- tant to elect two members from the same family to leadership posts. Mr. Lewis Sr. Is expected to announce his candidacy for the federal lealersMp after T. C. Douglas retires. The future of the Common- wealth depends more on the attitude of the mass media than any other single factor, Prince Philip t ol d Commonwealth newspaper executives at Glen- eagles, Scotland. "The Commonwealth can be smothered and stifled by neg- lect and indifference or it can made to come alive and ;ake a valuable contribution to unian the prince aid. "The decision is yours." Pope Paul has proclaimed aint Teresa of Avila the first ,'oman doctor of the Roman iatholic Church. The proclamation added Teresa's name to a list of only 0 saints awarded this title, St. iatherine of Siena veil! become le second woman to be so hon- red next Sunday. The title is given to saints or their learning, sanctity and cachings. Almost years ago, the .postle Paul wrote that women houid keep quiet and not be illowed to teach. Saint Teresa, born in Avila, Spain, in 1515, was made a aint in 1622. She gained fame as the reformer of the Carmel- te order and founder of new monasteries in Spain. A 48-year-old Athens music eacher claims she, is the il- egitimaie child of the late King Jarol of. Romania and the sister if his Greek queen. Maria Emmanuel, a divorcee and mother of three children, las filed suit in ar> Athens court demanding recognition of her alleged royal jiarentage and a share of Carol's estate. Royalists loyal to Greece's self exiled King Constantine claim the suit is an attempt to discredit the Greek royal fam- ly and discourage their return to Greece. Mrs. Emmanuel daims thai ler mother is Princess Irene he Duchess of Aosta, who now ives in Florence, Italy. She was a-sister of King George am Paul of Greece and is an aunt of King Contantine. EATON'S WIN A TRIP FOR TWO TO JAPAN VIA JAPAN AIR LINES CONTEST WINNERS Customer Winner L. A. Flett, 13720 101 Ave., Edmonton, Alta. Soton Staff Winners Mr. ond Mrs. Walter Leonhardt, 2516 Cachrar.e Road, North West, Calgary PRINCELY METERMAN LONDON (Reuters) Prince Faisal, UK 25-y e a r -o 1 d pre- ;ender to the throne in Iraq, has jegun work as a gas-meter reader on a salary of just under a week in nearby Reading, The Times says. MR. H. W. MATHESON Will be in EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE Stereo Room 2nd Floor THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15 a.m. to p.m. Invites you to an honest ap- praisal of your hearing ef- ficiency. You won't believo your eyes or ears when you hear and see The 'DISCREET' By QUALITONE Make Your Appointment By Phoning 327-8551 Eaton's qualified Hearing Aid audiometrist. CARDSTON LIVESTOCK AUCTION Tuesday, Oct. 13th at 10.30 a.m. LAMB SALE 6000 LAMBS 6000 FAT, FEEDER WHITE FACED EWE IAMBS Saturday, Oct. 17th at 1.00 p.m. HEAD CALF SALE .i STOCK COWS and BRED HEIFERS Wednesdays. Nov.4th and 18th STAVELY LIVESTOCK COMMISSION Thursday, Oct. 15th at 1.00 p.m. 350-HEAD-350 ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE Friday, Oct. 16th at 1.00 p.-m. CALF SALE FOR INFORMATION AND LISTINGS CONTACT CHRISTIE LIVESTOCK MARIANO LARTER 328.7662'Vu'thbridge 228-3777 Slavely CARDSTON SALE BARN 653-4342 1 Cab Per Opposed By Firm EDMONTON (CP) One of the city's largest taxi compa- nies, City Cabs Ltd., says it could be forced out of business f a proposed bylaw is passed. THE BRIDE WORE FLOWERS Michael Wilding, son of actress Elizabeth Taylor and actor Michael Wilding, Caxton Hall in London following his flower-carry- ing bride Beth Cuttler after their wedding. The new Mrs. Wilding from Portland, Oregon, met her husband in Hawaii last year. Find Boy's Body In Garbage Box PRINCE ALBERT (CP) The body of David Miller, 4, missing from his home since ate 'Thursday afternoon, was found Friday in a box behind a store on the city' main street. The bylaw would restrict the number of cabs to one per 000 population. There now is one cab to about 660 persons. City .Cab says it is in the U.S. Fear Unfounded TORONTO (CP) United States business interests fear Canadian pipeline firms cannot handle the transport of oil from Alaska to the U.S. mainland, but the fear is unfounded, says the president of Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd., Calgary. "We have become quite sure that it's quite within Canadian competence to act quickly and efficiently if the opportunity we see can be S. Robert Blair told the Toronto Society of Financial Analysts. "Certainly, pipeline experi- ence above the Arctic Circle is non-existerit in Mr. Blair said. "But, with our long experience in pipelines and in the Arctic, with everyone work- ing together, we do know gener- ally enough to start a pipeline in the Arctic in late 1972 or early 1973." There are suggestions that sufficient money is not available for the project in Canada, but "in pur experience, that simply is not so. "If necessary, all of it can be raised by Canadian sources in the next few years." public interest to have as many as possible, but owner- drivers say many of their num- ber now are earning only mar- ginal incomes because of ex- cessive numbers. A second revision to the by- law proposes to break the bond which ties an owner driver to one company. City Cab said in a brief to council it could "be forced into bankruptcy or out of business" by the changes. With each owner-driver own- ing his own licence, the brief said "it is possible that a mono- poly could be created by one wealthy company taking driv- ers from other companies on the promise of no stand rent for six months." "The other companies would RECEIVE REQUEST Spanish navy authorities have been asked for permission to re- float the British aircraft carrier Ark Royal, sunk 17 miles off the coast of Malaga, Spain, by a German submarine in 1M1. ASSISTANT CHIEF ACCOUNTANT REQUIRED by a Jorge integrated forest products company for its operations at Grande Prairie, Norther opportunities for advancement. Applicants with a C.A. degree will be preferred, but a C.G.A. qualification would be acceptable. The salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Replies will be held in confidence and should be addressed lo Ihe Chief Accountant North Canadian Forest Industries Ltd. Affiliated with Canadian Forest Products ltd. Box 100, Grande Prairie, Abelrta have no remedy to get new or additional drivers and in a very short time, the overhead, with no income, Would force these companies into bankruptcy." A brief from the owner-driv- ers, however, supports the change. MEND MORE FENCES BONN (AP) The fortign ministers of Poland and West Germany will meet in Warsaw in eariy November to negotiate a treaty rarmalizirig relations between their two countries. A joint communique published Wednesday at the end of three days of Polish-German talks here said Foreign Minister Wal- ter Scheel would arrive in Wa> saw Nov. 2. Side Service 20th Street and 3rd Avenue S. OPEN 24 HOURS-Phone 328-2924 24-HOUR BREAK-DOWN SERVICE Factory flat rates for all mechanical jobi! Oil Changes, Lubrication anytime day or nightl All WORK FULIY GUARANTIED SPECIAL TUNE-UP ifti50 8 eyl. 1 L 6 cyl. I V 4 tyl. AIL ABOVE PLUS NEXT WEEK'S SPECIAL WHEEL BALANCE WEIGHTS We don't just promise satisfaction we it! Prop., TERRY HOPKINS 1 1 day sale Famous Brand Hosiery Now at Great Savings Excitement! Excitement! Eafonia and Vanity Fair Beautiful selection and big savings on Panty Hose and Hosiery favourites! Non runs, all sheers a sheer blesing to legs and a big help for budgets- Collect a wardrobe full of hosiery values to last a season! Your chance to save 20% to 30% in Eaton's Branded Line Hosiery Sale starting Tuesday, October 13 through Saturday, October 24. Eatonia 15-Denier Dress Sheer. Reg. 1.00, 3 Pairs 2.88. Reinforced heel and toe. Tender Beige, Taupe Mist, Stretch top. Classic, to 11. Tall 914 to 11. Aftfj O Oi30 SALE, pair OU W Eatonia Tall Girl Dress Sheer. Reg. 1.00, 3 fain 2.88. 15-Denier mesh knit, reinforced heel and toe. Tender Beige, Taupe in sizes 10K to 12 collectively. Qfld O O 30 SALE, pair OU <5 paire b Eatonia 'Total Fif Stretch Nylon hose with nude heel. Tender Beige, Taupe. Reg. 1.00, 3 Pairs 2.88. Sizes to 10) and B (10 lo O i30 SALE, pair W Pairs Vanity Fair Sheer Mesh and Nude Heel. Reg. 3 pair 2.28. Colours: Tender Beige, Taupe Mist, Classic, sizes to 11. Tall, sizes to 1 1. O 1 82 SALE I Eatonia Panty Hose. Reg. 1. 79! Stretch nylon dress sheer with nude heel. Tender Beige, OR Taupe. Mira fit. Sizes S, M, L. SALE, each I Eatonia Panty Hose. Reg. 1. 79! Run-resistant Enka 1 00% nylon stretch. Heavier Panti section. A JK Sizes S, M, L, XL. Tender Beige, Taupe. SALE, each Eatonia Non-Run Panty Hose. Reg. 1.79! Full stretch yarn. S, M, L, XL. Tender Beige, Taupe. 4 OR SALE, each Eatonia Wonderlon Panty Hose. Reg. 2.00. Sizes M, MT, T. SALE, each Vanity Fair Bikini Panty Hose. Reg. 1.79. Sheer heel, sheer mesh. Colours: Tender Beige, Taupe, Navy. i4 OR Size A-B. SALE, each ____ 4 A Afk Shop in Person or by order. Phone Eaton's Buy Lino 328-8811. Hosiery, Main Floor.' EATON'S Tuesday Store Hours 9 to Wednesday 9 to Noon; Thursday and Friday 'Til 9. Stare Closed Monday. ;