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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Snluuluy, Apr I 22. 1972 oncer? Pension office i; (UN'S) Canada field officer L. Thui'S- i tlie hours -I p.m. 'im-miit offk-e will be im' Iho lime un i. Sulisrquontly, il will i Hi.) liist Tluirsday of attend llw I-1 mcetim! Apni It was rim Medicine Hat June nKvtiml .11 lake place at ll'.f Meets Sunday _ Blairmoix' I will be held in Paito Gale set AN (I'M' Bureau) i aolir of ttie Or- 1 i tun SUtr will n I iki silo in Hie Hnll uv p.m. donate i U I I HNS) At a i tin the Coaldale Inh il was decided to Tltc piiMii- i Mauy ness will .1 of ttie Arena Association Legion base- Sunday, April items o[ busi- banquet tie held in llw M. D. McEachcvi: School licrc p.m. Friday to the Hong Kong j April 2; il ue it project of Tk-keis can lie obtained I 'iatitm of Canadian tlie minor Inn-key execvitiv lubs. by teleptinmn': or no'1- ition was received to [-1725. tut Us Help You Prepare For tin Exciting Airline and Trove! Career all !nc farts. Mail a icday for FREE V.'dy; To An A i r I Coupci loi ATIANTIC SCHOOLS, Dept. AB-052 Box 110. c, D Lethbridge Herald NAME AODScSS CITY .fc PROVINCE PHONE EDUCATION Honor roll LOGAN. Vtnh David Gor- lon Holmes of Raymond has ichiovccl a on tlie honor roll [or the winter quarter at Utah Stale here. He achieved a grade point average o[ bellev lliau 3.75. He is a student ill nutriliou anil frnul sciences. Meets April 30 HILU'KKST K'NP Bureau) The Hillcrosl Citizens Commit- tee will hold its annual genera meeting in ttie Hillcrest Com nnmity Hall at 2 p.m. Sunday April S'l. An election of officers will be held. Enters league BLAIRMORL-: I CNF Bureau Richard (Dirk) Kocntges president of the Tass J u n i o Hockey Club, says the Crows nest Pass been official! accepted as a nev; member o t ii e Alberla Junior Hocke League. Tlie league has eigh teams: Edmonton Movers, EC monton Maple Lett) bridge {Sugar Kings, Drum heller Falcons. Ked Deer Rub th'rs. Calgary Canucks j Calgary Mount Royal Colleg I Cougars. FBI explained STIRLING (HNS) Bruc Lanlhorn, retired FBI agen recently spoke at the cl'.ib Tiiceting here. He told the training, dutie and general sot-up of the FB Mr. Lanlhorn is a member the legislature of Montana wil his home in Helena. He spend part of the year vacationing c Ills hunting lodge in the villag Bean supper MONARCH (HNS) Th recreation society of Monan held a successful sphagetti ai bean supper recently with large number of Monarch an district residents in attendant: Pre-serviced lots approved in princif Ky ROSS (11I1B llci-alil News Service TARER Tuber town roun- 1 1ms approved in principle 10 sole of residential building Is in undeveloped areas on a pre-servked" Council referred for (urLlier ,udy tlie actiuil prc-scrv icing urchart'c to be added lo the nUie of the land. Under the prc-serviccd pro- ram, tlio cusfs of installation f water and sewer jnnins and or vice connections, street and ane preparation ;uul sidewalk n d curb-gutter installation, ind paving could be added lo md included in the price of (fie awn-owned lots these would ic calculated on a foot frontage jasis to compensate for lots of 'arlous widths, Tim present policy is that purchasers pay for the land to- gether with a basic fee for vater and sewer connect ions, 'n addition, a frontage tax ol 30 cents per foot is added an- nually for paving ;uid 2-1 cents per foot for water mains and 36 mils for sewer mains deben- ture payments. It has b e e n council's policy to install sidewalks and curb- fliiUei's ;md lo prepare .streets for paving out of current rev- enue. [owes'cr, a new policy ncit ycl been established to [leterminu the items to be in- cluded in t li e surcharge, nor the amounts lo be so charged. Tlie advantage of the pre-sor- nral concept is thai the town is not re quired to provide long- term financing foi' the installa- tion of sers'ices, an expenditure able amounts should extensive residential development mate- rialize. proposal presented Mayor Arthur II. Avery that lots to be sold in already de- veloped areas come under the pro-serviced plan met witli some opposition on two counts, First, (he increased price might rmike the land unattrac- tive for those in affluent circumstances, and second, frontage tax for sewer and oth- er services have been paid for several years, requiring a pro- calculation of surcharge. The study is to be completed 'or the conlimialion of the council meeting April 24 which is designed for "unfinished justness and further considera- tion of the 1972 (he bi- ter item having been by-passed in recent special budget meet- ings. The study will compare sur- charges made by the cily of Lethbridge witli actual con- struction estimates for Tabor, anil may include sanitary sew- ers, water mains, water and sewer connections, grading and graveling streets and lanes, pav- ing, and sidewalk and curb-gut- ter installations, and these costs will likely be expressed on a per foot frontage basis. At a previous mcellng, coun- cil had excluded town-owned lols on both sides of 57th St. north of noili Avc. from the pre- scrviced basis, and upped the price of the lots from SfifiO to to conform with 1072 as- sessment plans. Lease-sale agreements were approved for lire sale of five lots lo V. Jerome Platt (Taber Agenices) for a total of and one lot to Kcvelstoke Build- ing Supplies in the same, area tor Also approved was the sale of a lot in tlu> mobile home de- velopment urea lo Prank Hof- fart for the first in tins subdivision. Council also clari- fied (he development bylaw re- lative to the slage of improve- ment required before the mo- bile home could be occupied, ORIGINAL MEMBER Mrs. Killie Kent, 80, is one of the first members of the Hops Cominunhy Club Women's Institute. Remarkable new invention in every 1972 Volkswagen. We've all been Ihrough it. The agony of an automotive check-up. You sit nervously thumbing through old magazines, praying that somehovi.1 you can get out of there for less !han Then, Ihe monnenf of truth: A Service Manager telling you that one of his besf mechanics thinks you need a new generator. Those days will be over soon if you own a 1972 Voiks'.vogen. Per instead of a mechanic lelling he thinks is with your car, now your car can tell you for sure. Sound amazing? It is, A car wired like a space capsule. When Man went To the Moon, the success of each mission depended a great deal on a highly technical computerized system that told the Astronauts the exact condition of their space vehicle. A similar system is now built into every 1972Volfcs- wag en. The system fn the car. Running throughout Ihe car Is a network of sensors, each reporting the condition of various parts of (he car. rv'.Ojf of sensor points are located n orcas like the engine or the electrical system, but are fourd in seemingly insignificant places the hsytsd rear Tho information from all areas is channeled lo one central socket locoted in the- rear erigina compart- ment. The socket is about the size of a pack of Wo rnsnlion the size only because of what hap- poiy; And that's what Ihis amazing socket can do when your VW Dealer plugs our new computer into it. Checks wheel alignment in 10 seconds. In 10 seconds, you'll know if your front wheels are properly aligned. In a minute, you'll know the condition of the com- pression of all engine cylinders. You'll know if your battery needs water. Ignition, dwell angle, generator, electrical system. 60 vilcl checks in oil. All checked out without human error. In effect, your car will bs telling you how U feels directly. From that one liny socket built into Ihe back of 1972 Volkswagen. Results printed out in plain English. One-half of the system is already here. Built into every new Volkswagen. The other half, ihe computer, i: on its way. Imagine. A computer five feet away from your car is prinr- out in plain English just about that's right or svrong with that car. vVhen all 60 service checks have been made, the printout sheet is yours to keep. A way to look at o VW. It started with economy, back in 1949, when for an automobile to be economical, Bui since when has a VW been Since never. Obviously, the Volkswagen Beetle hadn't mode it on locks alone. Eii'jt then, that's always been the plan. While everyone else has been worrying about how 'heir cars looked, been worrying about how s, ours acted, And now, after ail that Urns, we've oven odv-onced it lo a sto wiirre speok. CWL aids mental health NEW DAYTON (HNS) ho annual meeting of the Catholic Women's League W.TS d at the home of Airs. Forest Greeno with ehjht members and Rev. Cassidy in atten- dance. A donation made to the mental health association. Confirmation is to be held In June. The Calgary Diocesan will hold its 50th convention May 5, (i, 7 in Die Highlander II o t el. Tlie theme will be "Women of Hope Gather Love." Mrs, Ck-ra Knupp was ap- pointed official delegate. The members are invited to Magrath on April 2S for in- stallation of officers and to hoar the diocesan president, Mrs, McDowell of Calgary, speak. Mrs. Cletus Kaupp vail hosl the May meeting. BY THE LOAD 8-lbs. (Normal Garmenls) PRE-5POTTED AFTER-SPOTTED COSN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 2654 Soulh Parkside Driva Photia 327-0811 ANNOUNCING NEW BRANCH OPENING MORTGAGE and LOAN LTD. 1265 3rd Ave. 5. HOME MORTGAGE AVAILABLE MIDTOWN WILL LEND YOU MONEY ON THE EQUITY IN YOUR HOUSE WHETHER PAID FOR OR NOT. NO RESTRICTION BECAUSE OF TEMPORARY UNEMPLOYMENT OR PAST CREDIT RATING. Call N. J. (Norm) GIESBRECHT 327-2181 EVENINGS end WEEKENDS 328-0005 STANLEY WYATT ESTATE CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA Approx, Vi Mile of Hie Municiptil Shop 25-1 p.m. Having been favoured tnslruclion from Ihe of Ihil eslolo, we will offer for public autlion following Items wilh atldilions, crroys or minor changes. De-cripMon of each item is merely a gMe and in no way expresses a warranty actual or implied-all ilemi sold on a "as where is" basis. TRACTOBS- 1 IHC W-6 fraclor will, good rubber. MACHINERY- IHC K' rod wcedor, centre drive, lala model, on rub- bur. IKC 10' deep tillage cultivator; MK high wheel drill; rubber tired flal deck wagon; 10' crniy harrows; 'packers; John Deere 3 to 4 bottom plow has only been used with 3 Case manure spreader on rub- ber good condition; Massey Harris 8V oneway with seed- er box-on rubber; 26' grain auger wilh B and 5 motor; Fresno i'- 5' packer; V packer; 2 harrows; 250 gallon walcr tank; Model M 8' Noble Blade with straight edge allachmenl; heovy sleel wagon; heavy slcel wagon ond rack- old wooden wagon; rubber tire 4 wheel trailer (no IHC 12' press drill K7. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS- Blacksrr.ith oulfil forge, anvil, vise cattle oiler; slock lank heater (wood or 9 feed troughs for rattle; 2 feed tables; slone boat; quantity of snow fence; shop bench; 2 Sfits of harness; catlle dchorner; wooden wagon jack forks, shovels and many, many mis- cellaneous items too numerous to mention. GRAIN- Approx. 1500 bushels Victory oats. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES- Wes.inghousc frig. 8 cu. ft.; fire plac mirror 2 bed springs; quantity of 1 gallons aluminum paint; 2 step l hose sump pump practically nev gal. pipe 20'j bun straw fork; TERMS CASH the day of tlio sale, willi settlement in full before removal from Iho form. sewing stool; lers; books; dders; 25' plastic 2 lengths 1 iscellaneous items. MOE BROS. AUCTION SALE Will NOW BE HELD ON MONDAY, APRIL 24 SALE CONDUCTED BY ROY'S maim SERVICE GRANUM PHONE 235-2370 ROY FJORDBOTTEN litenco 010237 DON WALPER licence 0102S9 CECIL MENZ1ES CLARESHOLM, AlBSRTA 6Vi miles west on Airport Road, then 1 mile north 26 1 p.m. LUNCH SERVED Having been favoured wilh instructions from Mr. Mfinzles who has sold his farm, we wilt offer for public auction the following ilertis with minor additions, deletions, or as will ho found at Ihe sale. Description of each item is merely a guirfe and in no way Expresses a warranty actual or implied. AH items lold on a "As Is Where Is" basis. TRACTORS 1 560 IHC Diesel Trader 2735 Hours Live P.T.O. Torque Amp Hyd. IKC Tractor wilh Kirchncr Front end loader P.T.O. Hyd. Pump and good rubber. TRUCKS 1 1964 Ford 100 'i Ton 3 Speed 6 Step Side only miles. A kepi unit. COMBINE AND SWATHER 1 M.H. 10' Super 26 S.P. Combine with picV-up Culling Bar flcctric Lift Variable Drive- Recent overhaul. 1 M.H. 26 S.P. Combine Complete wilh motor tires. Good for parls, 1 Case !2' Swather on Rubber Ground Drive. MACHINERY I 1 Model "M" 8' Noble Blade Complete with straight blode. Cockshult 12' Chisel Plow. I IHC Model K1 P.Y.O. Baler. 1 Kelly Ryan Bale Elevalor. 1 Truck Bale Pick Up with Motor. 1 MacLeod Rubber Tired Trailer Rack. I Hutchinson 6" Grain Auger with Wisconsin Motor. 2 Nev; Holland 10' Fert Spreaders. 1 M.H. No. 11 High Wheel Drill wilh Grass Seeder Attachment. 1 John Deere 10' Cultivator Power lift. 1 Cockshult No. 33 Oneway on Rubber. 1 Cr.rkshutt No. 30 Oneway wilh Seeder Box. 1 Gehz Hammer Mill. I Hammer Mill needs minor repairs. 1 12" M.H. Grain Grinder. 1 Bale Fork for front end lender 10 Bale Extendable to 15 bales. 1 New Holland T P.T.O. Mower. 1 Hyd. Ram. 2 Two Wheeled Trailers Boxes. 1 Cose 10' Double Disc. 1 Van Brunt Press Drill 10'. 4 Seclions 3 Pt. Milch Fergu- son Lover Harrows. 1 Fanning Mill Exlra roller! sieves. I Treading Bar for Mower. MISCELLANEOUS 1 Mossey Harris Milking Oulfil Complete wilh piping 2 swinging buckets. 1 I'.i" Centrifugal Pump. I Sump Pump. 2 Infro Red Brooders (1 1 Buzz Saw. 1 Robin P.T.O. Post Hole Auger. I Good Truck Box 8' X 13'. Hyd. Bam Hoses. 'Slow Moving' Sign. 1 Roto Tiller. Assortment Nails and Bolts. Jack All Jack. Cow Pokes Hog Troughs. Saws Goose Necfcs Several Rims. Log Chains Pitch Forks Shovels. Post Drill Shovels. 3i Mile Page Wire for horsei. 7 Rolls Sheep Quonllly New Lumber. Used Cedar Posts Old Harness Pipe Wrenches Chain Hoist !i" Elec. Drill Tap Die Set Chisels Punches Anvil Hammers Brace Bits Oil Brooder Old Rntteries Assorted New Spark Plugs VW Body Box Ends. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES 1 Hand Crank Cabinet Gramophones.