Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, September 7, 1971 By .IIM by writing 208 Lancast- 1 a figure which includes cemetery or cremation, Stnlf Bi'ilding, 304 nth Ave. of the deceased from beyond a certain limit, 2, death, obtaining honorariums for solo- Funeral directors in Alberta, I Martin dealh and burial transportation if a common responding to what they for AFIS, said container and is involved, telephone "false mid misleading" industry recognizes le'egraph tolls, funeral an- by advocates of memorial do a beller job of funeral and outer recep- cieties, Ifave announced in AFIS tion of an information bureau feel Ilia public lacks Salmon funeral homes in Alber- answer questions relating in this i'.rca. and Martin Bros. and members of AFIS offer It's a subject Home- a sen-ice and price to suit The bvreau, Alberta don't like to talk traditional funeral, taste or pockelbook, Mr. Information Service, located said. The answer is to said, starts al S225 said. Calgary, disseminates a information more removal of Ihe past 30 Al- range of information about place of death, funeral homes have en- vices, burials, cremations, said he rejects arranging chapel Ihe practice of pre- eral costs, and advice on charges and for services, funerals and obtain- to donate organs or tissues of vilification" casket, delivery of information on procedures medical research or by some memorial to cemetery or costs before the need care and Many have availed AFIS has produced a made it clear that flo.vers, of this service with- book et, Facts About member will provide a cards and other staff payment of any member- which may be obtained service for j There may be extra charges! ship fee or other WELL MARTHA, THERE GOES THE NtiGHBORHOOD Mybe il's only a street lamp, but it's home if you happen 1o be a seagull. These 1wo (long-time residents in this parlicular pa'1 'own) look with disapproval al the in- trusion into their private territory of a nosey Herald photographer. Seems like a seagull just- can't find privacy anywhere these days. Rotary liorse show here this week The beauty and art of the: J. Larson and hi.-- inlernalion- show ring Kill be featured tiur- j r.Hy-accIaimed Dressage and ing the seventh annual Rotary I High School, American Saddle- Horse Show Thursday, Friday bred horse, The Swordsman. and Saturday at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Capt. Larson and The Swords- ___ ___________ man will display the move- __ ._ ____ _.. Sponsored by the East Leth- i menls of classic dressage, high I He has judged most of the top bridge Rotary Club, this year's school airs and circus manoeuv-' shows in the United States and show will highlight Capl. Roy ers. A dressage and high school; also operates a successful show stable at Berry Hill Farm in Altos, Calif. The show will get under way Thursday, Friday and Satur- day evenings at while malinee performances will start at 1 p.m. on Friday and Satur- day More than twenty various equestrian events will fill the [rained horse has received Ihe three day, five performance finest and most extensive train- j show. Jumping, fancy dress, ing available. Judging this year's show wil be highly-regarded Robert H. Lewis from San Mateo, Calif. Shetland ponies, Ihe popular I and exciting Tennessee Walk- ers and many other exciting and entertaining events will be presented. The Lclhbridge Community College equestrian class will perform in the two matinees. BiJl Holt, knowledgeable an- nouncer from Lolo, Mont., will keep the spectators informed during the Rotary Club's presti- gious Tickets are available at Leis- ler's Music Ltd.. with reserved seals being S2 and S2.50; rush SI.50 and malinee SI. Lethbridge's young people are a credit to the community, say local Red Cross officials. Those city youths who were old enough to donate blood, do-'. naled a good proportion of the record %1 pinls of the blood collecled at a Red Cross blood clinic held here last week said Mrs. E. K. Holdroyd, Leth- bridge blood clinic secretary. Quota for the three days was 950 pinlti. Her comments came fol-' lowing a local radio open line show during which an uniden- tified woman criticized this city's youth being lazy, un-1 concerned and not donating blood to the clinic. Although Mrs. Holdroyd did not know the exact percentage of blood donated by young peo- ple during the three day clinic, I she said they came out "in good numbers.'1 j Throughout the blood clinic. various city youth groups help- ed officials by doinr errands which contributed lo (he clinic's success. In addition "students from three Mhbridge high schools and the business college do typ- ing for us during the rest of the she said. Mrs. Holdroyd felt the criti- cism aired on Ihe radio show w-as "unfair, unwarranted and unnecessary." -opinion survey for sheep and wool men The Alberta Agricultural Governor-in-Council to establish Produces Marketing Council is' a marketing council if there is sponsoring a producer opinion no substantial opposition to it. survey regarding the proposed c. D. Radkc, council secre- Alherta Sheep and Wool Com- mission. The present marketing legis- lation allows the Lieutenant New branding inspection designed to stop rustlers We have a Icirc Chairs Filing Crcdcnzos 9 Book )e selection of: Cabinets O Desks Cases Costumers 306 13lh St. N. Free Customer Porkiny Phone 327-4591 it ttiQ Rear of Our Store 'flic new provincial Brand In- Ejection Act, passed at the last i session of Ihe legislature, will nol he put into effect until Oct. 1. I Cause for the one month delay is the lack of sufficient numbers cf the new forms. II. A. Ruslc, agriculture min- ister, said the new act will help law enforcement agencies to apprehend rustlers more quick- ly and will facilitate a quicker return of stolen and lost cattle lo their owners because of a computerized brand retrieval system. Information to n c q u a i n I farmers, ranchers and live- stock dealers of the require- ment nl the new act will IK made within Ihe next couple of weeks. tary, said the purpose of the survey is lo assess Ihe support or opposition to the proposal so the minister of agriculture and Lieutenant Govcrnor-in-Council can decide whether or not to establish the commission. The proposed commission would collect a levy of 10 cents per head or one cent per pound of wool marketed. The money would be used to finance research, especially into predator control, and to finance market developments and qual- ity and grading standards. Mr. Radke said letters ex- plaining the commission and a questionnaire have been sent to all known sheep producers to be returned by Oct. 8. Any producers who have nol received the leller soliciting their opinion arc askccl lo con- tact their local dislrict agricul- turist or write to the council secretary at Room 503, Agri- cultural Building. Edmonlon. ONE-SIXTH RETIRED One of every six Britons is re- I tired. To the wide cross-section of Lethbridge of all political persuasions who supported the campaign to elect DICK GRUENWALD in Lethbridge West, a genuine "THANK YOU" INSERTED BY THE IETHBRIDGE WEST SOCIAL CREDIT CONSTITUENCY ASSOCIATION R. D. DICK GRUENWALD, M.L.A. AA lias Labor Dav holiday Alcoholics, Ihcir husbands, wives, families and friends con- verged on Lclhbriilpe during Ihe Labor Day holiday for a weekend nf AA Alcoholics Anonymous. A birthday parly Saturday, during which alcoholics mark- ing one to 25 years of sobriety told "how it was" and "how it is was nllcndcd by iiO persons from south- ern Alberta, Mcmlana and as far away as Vancouver. A dance followed in the AA Ch.il> ler House. Several open and closed meetings were held dur- ing the weekend. SF.i HOUMMVtY The Oregon Trealv of ItllD tablishcd the prcsciil Unilcd Stales boundary west of the Rockies. Alberta funeral home directors set up funeral information service Closing bylaw on council agenda Contrary to a public notice posted in The Herald Sspl. 3, there will be no public meeting with city council at 7 p.m. to- day. However, the scheduled meeting of council will begin at 8 p.m. At the meeting, council is ex- pected to consider amendment to the shops closing bylaw. Two more briefs have been in- cluded with the agenda con- cerning the bylaw, one from Lethbridge service station op- erators and one expanding on a previous brief submitted by Simpsons-Sears Limited. The service station operators have requested their business- es not be covered by a closing bylaw and that they be allow- ed to regulate their own hours. The manager of Simpsons- Sears reiterated his request to have stores open Monday, Tuesday, Widnesday and Sat- urday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. with extended hours at Christmas. He added that reduced hours would mean his store would be forced to cut back staff and to cut payroll by to per month. Council will also consider a recommendation by the city manager that a letter be sent i sewage treatment plant was to the department of health not completed by the Sept. 1st and social development ex-1 deadline, plaining why the secondary' The letter, if accepted by New litter barrels design by city man The bear-shaped litter bar- rels scattered throughout Al- berta's mam tourist highway arteries were designed by Dan Taylor, former Lethbridge resi- deng now of Salmon Arm. B.C. Mr. Taylor, a past president of the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta conceived the design for a two- fold purpose. The litler bear is to be an eye-catching litter barrel to en- courage the travelling public to use it, and also to warn the public that only plastic bears are safe to feed. He originated the idea two years ago after a number of people were mauled by bears in national parks. Frank Smith, the travel as i socation manger, says the lit- ter bear concept is "catching on" throughout the province. The "litler construct- ed by Asto Plastics in Clares- holm, are made from an easily- j cleaned plastic and are built j from a single mold. They are currently in use on an experimental basis through- out the province. Mr. Smilh said the barrels are "eye-catching" and have proven successful to-date. The travel association hopes the litter bear concept catches on in other areas throughout the province and that it will aid in keeping the province cleaner. council, will be signed by the mayor and will say that the cily is prepared to invoke a SHOD per day penalty for failure to complete Ihe project by the specified dale. Also on Ihe agenda is: recommendation for ap- proval of a bylaw establishing a Lclhbridge emergency mea- sures area to co-ordinate and control manpower, equipment and supplies during an actual emergency; analysis of the cultural development committee report submitted lo council in the spring, 1071 with the city man- ager's recommendation that council establish a three-mem- ber community services advi- sory committee; reply from Marathon v ally Co.. Ltd. to a letter fimn the city solicitor concerning the possible repurchase of the Hull Block property by the Cily of Lethbridge. CARPET and LINO (Complete InstollaliensD Free Estimates! No Obligation! PHONE 337-8571 CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpet House of the South" We took a great idea with a silly name... and gave it a great name. 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