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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IHHIRIDG! HERAID Monday, October 19, 1970 Bayon Hearing Cancelled Today City Police said today they have received instructions from the office of Attorney- General Edgar Gerhart cancel- ling witnesses .for the Thursday preliminary hearing of Joan Agnes Bayon. __________ City Soldiers In Exercise At Shilo More than 40 gunners of the 20th Independent Field Battery RCA (M) of Lethbridge under the command by Major M. G. Hamilton recently took part in a live firing exercise at Cana- dian Forces Base Shilo near Brandon, Man. The three-day area artillery concentration also drew gun- ners from Regina, Brandon, Ed- monton and Kenora, Ont. The Lethbridge contingent made the trip via Canadian Forces aircraft. No reason for the cancella- tion of the hearing was given and no new date set. Miss.Bayon, 24, a profession- al babysitter charged with the non capital murder of two Lethbridge infants, was re- manded in September to under- go psychiatric examination. City police also said they have received notification from Interpol stating that Stella Green, mother of infant An- drew Green, believed murder- ed in the city March 23, 1967, has been located in Australia. Stella Green, who was thought to be living in Hong Kong, has been contacted by city police. Miss Bayon has been charged with the non-capital murder of Andrew Green, and John William Cotton, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Cotton of Lethbridge. Name Delegates To Convention CLARESHOLM (HNS) Wil- low Creek school division dele- gates to the Alberta School Trustees Association conven- tion in Edmonton set for Nov. 1 to 4 will be chairman .Kathleen White, Agnar Johnson, Bob Lindsay, Lloyd Bair, Howard Huddle, Mike Jordan, H. R. Ross, and Ray Congdon. Mrs. White will cast the board's vote. Degrees At the fall convocation exer- cises of the University of Al- berta to be held Oct. 31, Elva Jeanne Coxson, Lethbridge will receive the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Also receiving the degree of Bachelor of Science will be Robert Roy Foulkes, Taber and Shirley Eiko Shigematsu, Leth- bridge. Still Serious Jack Helle, 27, of Shaugh- nessy is still in serious condi- tion in the Lethbridge Munici- pal Hospital with head and chest injuries he sustained in a single vehicle accident one mile south of Diamond City Oct. 16. First Aid Lessons Set PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Workmen's Compensa- tion Board has arranged for eight days of free lessons in first aid. A. B. Hodgson, safety infor- mation officer for the board, has booked the Dieppe Mem- orial Hall for instruction pe- riods from Oct. 26 to 29 and Nov. 2 to the 5. Two classes will be held daily, with morning classes in session from 9: a.m. to 12 noon and evening classes from p.m. to 10 p.m. each day. Death Ruled Accidental SPARWOOD (HNS) A cor- oner's jury in the Sparwood dis trict ruled the Oct. 1 death of Peter Hildebrandt, 44, of the Elk Valley, B.C., was acciden- tal and attached no blame to any one. Mr. Hildebrandt was crushed and suffered chest in- juries when the shuttle car he was operating struck a leg sup- porting a bridge stick. The seven man jury with Dr. M. McHitchie as deputy cor- oner recommended that the roadway on which shuttle cars operate be of sufficient I height above the shuttle car for safe operation. NOTICE To Customers Holding Our CHEQUE BOOK DEAL WE ARE EXTENDING THE EXPIRY DATE PLEASE CONTINUE TO USE YOUR COUPONS! Free University Under Way The first session of the Free University of Uthbridge will be held tonight 8 p.m. in the Lethbridge Community College radio studio in the Kate An- drewi Building. Mrs. Uyeda Marks Birthday IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mn. T. Uyeda of Iron Springs is receiving congratulations on the occasion of her 89th birth- day. A native of Japan, Mrs. Uyeda has resided in the Iron Springs community for the past 28 years. In spite of her ad- vancing years sbe is still very active, does her own house- work, and in the summer does a bit of gardening. Rotary Club Carol Festival Clears Hurdle CLARESHOLM (HNS) Wil- ow Creek school board has ap- iroved an application by the naresholm Rotary Club for use f the auditorium of the WCC ligh school at Claresholm for carol festival Dec. 13. as well s the use of the cafeteria. It also approved in principle ne .use of gymnasiums for the (roposed summer games if the "own of Claresholm is success- ul in its bid. Speaker will be Bill Kelly, of Catholic Central High School, whose topic li relationships and the human. Theme for the seven speak- ers in'this fall's Free Univer- sity is What It Means To Be Human. Other speakers in the series will include a number of U of L students Oct. 26, with topic "What we mean is Chet Wayne, LCC communica- tions arts director Noc. 2, topic Are We Communicating; Bob Elliott, Southminster Church minister Nov. 9, topic What Humans Need; Paul and Susan the U of L biology department Nov. 16, topic Problems of Being Human; Hal Weaver, of the U of L sociology depart- ment Nov. 23 topic Symbols in Human Action; and Audrey Doerr, of the U of L political science department Nov. 30, topic Organization Man and Depersonalization. The public is invited to at- all Free University ses- sions without charge. Tagged Elkford NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The name of the new Fording Coal mployee townsite will be Elk- ord, it was indicated at the ast meeting of the school ward of School District I (Fer- The board was advised the ownsite, located near Boivin Creek in the Elk Valley, will louse Fording Coal employees. A pre-fab school, planned at Slkford now is under construc- ion and is about 45 per cent inished. ACE BUILDING SUPPLIES LEE DUCK CLEPHERS 330 13th Street N. Phons 327-2770 BARBARA TAKES time off from her regular duties as secretary to John Hammond, city solicitor, to help out with the construction work on the addition to city hall. Glen tittle Construction Ltd. of Lethbrid ge is doing the work, most of it without Miss Miller's help, at a cost of The adde d space will give the city's engineering department more room for office space. International Peace Assured By JOAN BOWMAN Herald Staff Writer The problem areas of Rhode- sia and South Africa will be "resolved very as the world moves inevitably to- ward international peace and unity, says a high-ranking Af- FALL SPECIALS FIR GOOD ONE SIDE PLYWOOD Per Sheet Per. Sheet Per Sheet 3.95 6.4S ...........8.80 STANDARD FIR SHEATHING 3.15 4.50 ........6.75 Per Sheet Per Shee! Per Sheet ZONOLITE 3 cubic foot bag. >1 44 Only I co. 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Unification will go through seven definable steps within the next two centuries: political unity, which will occur in this century; merging of nations in- to internationalism (when the white-dominated African na- tions will join with other Afri- can Unity of races; freedom; aligning of economies; lan- guages (with each country speaking its own mother tongue and a universal and finally, unity of faiths. Mr. Olinga said the "future of man is The time will come when men will re- flect the qualities of love and war will disappear. He said the second coming of Christ had already occurred but in a spiritual manner, not through a physical manifesta- tion. The Baha'i faith, established in the 1800s by Baha'u'llah, ad- heres to a belief in progressive revelation. "God does not speak once for all times, He spsaks when He needs to Mr. Olinga said. Men "limit the capaci- ties" of God if they do not ac- cept new manifestations of God. He said it will be another years before the next phy- sical manifestation of God (such as Baha'u'llah occurs again. Mr. Olinga, who works witl an East African Literature Bu reau dealing in educationa publications, was born an An glican but 20 years ago joinei the Baha'i faith. Listed In Gazette Several southern Alberta com munities have had companie. incorporated under The Com panics Act of the provincia government. Reeder Ranches Ltd., ranch ing, and Lethbridge Robo Ca Wash Ltd., automotive servic ing, were the only local firm to be incorporated. Dutch Valley Produce Ltd. es tablished an office in Brocket The firm deals with produce.. Finchcr Creek had four firm: incorporated; M. McCoy Harri Holdings Ltd., Martha's June Uon Service Ltd., Pincher Creek Electronics Ltd., and G. and R. Pipeline (Pincher Creek) Ltd received company status. Glacier Drilling Ltd., with an office in Coleman. was also in corporated. 39th Soldier Dies At 81 A former sergeant major o the old Lethbridge 39th Bat tery, F. Gerald Holyoak, diet in England recently at the ag of 81. Until 1320 he was associate! with the firm of W. S. Ball former city solicitor. Word of his passing canv from Mrs. V. Holyoak, 96 Scraptoft Lane, Leicester, Eng land. John Slyka Designs Crest PICTURE BUTTE (Special) John Slyka, Grade 8 student from Nobleford, has been awarded a prize of for his winning design in the north county recreation area contest. The design sent in by Mary Mozalewski of Barons was highly commended. The con- test brought in 109 entries, in- cluding group entries from Barons and Nobleford schools. Language Lab Bids Received CLARESHOLM (HNS) Wil- low Creek school board re- ceived bids for supplying a lan- guage laboratory for the Nan- ton High School but needs more time to study them. Miss Judith Judd of Calgary has been hired from a group ol 19 applicants for the position o! Grade 7 teacher in English at the F. P. Walshe High School at Fort Macleod. Peter Lougheed Speaks Oct. 29 COALDAliS (HNS) Peter Lougheed, leader of Pro- gressive Conservative will attend a meeting here at t p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29, In the Coaldale Community Hall. The meeting will nominate a Progressive Conservative candidate for the Taber- Warner constituency for the provincial election. There will be a hour at 7 p.m. Persons will have the opportunity to speak to Mr. Lougheed. Jury Trial Set CRANBROOK (SpeciaD- In pleading not guilty to RCMP charges of possession of narcot- ics for trafficking, and posses- sion of a restricted drug for trafficking, Ray Vem Gerun, 20, Cranbrook, elected jury hearing at County Court level. Oct. 23 has been set. RCMP reported the raid re- sulting in his arrest last week turned up the largest alleged drug cache yet in Cranbrook area which has been confis- cated as suspected marijuana and LSD. Peter Graham has been named crown counsel and Ty- rone Colgur will represent the defendant. HOME FOR VISIT NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Borggsrd and Tammy of Edmonton spent the weekend at his mother's home. FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD ASPENITE PER SHEET 4'x8W PER SHEET AVANTE GARDE PREFINISHED PLYWOOD 4' x 8' Capricorn Oak, Gemini Ttak, Aquarius Elm. IM9 PER SHEET ROUGH CONSTRUCTION FIR SPECIAL, PER 1000 S85 CONSTRUCTION FIR and SPECIAL, PER 1000 CITATION PREFINISHED PANELLING Ctdar Avocado Teak Nicola Pine Acadian Ash Mision Oak 4' x 8' Sheets 4 .96 BUILD A GARAGE Protect your ear from the weather this winter. FREE ESTIMATES EASY TERMS ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOORS 31 WE DAVIS Manager ACE BUILDING SUPPLIES CORNER OF Sth AVE. AND 24lh ST. N. PHONES 328-7084, 328-8644 ;