Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
73 BUSINESS NOTICES 1 PUBLIC monctms CARDS OF THANKS JOHNSON The family of Lhe late Mr. Lloyd Johnson wish lo express their sincere thank.1 and appreciation to their and relatives for the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy during their recent bereavement. Sincere thanks to Uie pallbearers, the doctors and nursing staff of the Municipal Hospital and to all the ladies who brought lunch. A special thanks to Rev. Dr. R. K. Elliott for the lovely sen'ice. Your kindness and thoughtful-ness will always be remembered. entire Johnson family. 4523 HANSEN We wish to at- J3 I BIRTHS MARTIN Santa came early and brought Cindy Louise to her happy parents, and Derek Martin. She joined her brothers Gregg, Derek and Shawn at 7 a.m., December 9, 1971. tyLjeatl of Tender. Tenders will be opened in Public. The owest or any Tender net necessarily accepted. I H McManus, DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT. MAYKARD Passed away in Edmonton on Friday, cembcr 10, 1971, Mrs. Florence Mae Maynard, at fte age of 75 years, 11604 36 A. Avenue, Edmonton. The late Mrs. Maynard is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Arthur Hincbehvood, Edmonton; one son, Jack, Calgary; three grandchildren and three brothers, James, Oliver and Hoy. The funeral service will be held on Monday at p.m. in the Buchanan Chapel, Southminsler United Church, Lethbridge, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the fam-ilv plot. Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C9060 ____ GLENN Eva S., passed away in Cardslon on Friday, December 10th, 1971, at the age of 69 years. She leaves to mourn her passing three sisters, Mrs. Frank (Jane) Leavitt of Cardston, Mrs. James C. (Mary) Parker and Mrs. Bert (Rosezella) Godfrey both of Salt Lake City. She was predeceased by three sisters and three brothers, one of whom passed away on December SHh in Logan, Utah. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake Chapel on Wednesday, December 15th at 1 p.m.. with Bishop Don Shaw officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon prior to the service, in tlie Relief Society Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice. our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks lo our many friends and relatives for the cards and expressions of sympathy, floral tributes and the lovely lunch served. Thank you to the doctor, the nurses on third floor Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, the pallbearers, Rev. E. H. Doyle and all those who helped in any way during our recent bereavement in the passing of Don Hansen. Hansen; Debbie, Don Jr. and Douglas; Gerry Hansen; Beverlcy Greit; Clarence and Beth Hansen; Gordon and Frances Colrurt. 4508 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Wall. Phone 323-3231 The widest facility available, we ALL TYPES of u s t a f Adolf of Sweden presented Nobel Prizes today to three scientists from Canada, the United States, and Britain and to Chile's poet-ambassador, Pablo Neruda. Given gold medals, diplomas snd prize awards worth each "for the greatest benefits to mankind'' were Dr. Gerhard Herzberg, 66-year-old Canadian molecular specialist for his work in chemistry; hormone researcher Dr. Earl Sutherland of Nashville, Tenn., in medicine; and Dr. Dennis Gabor, British inventor of holegraphic three-dimensional photography, in physics. Gabor works in the United States. West German Chancellor Willy Brandt was presented with the Nobel Peace Prize, in recognition of his efforts to overcome tlie hostility created by (he Second World War and to improve relations with Eastern Europe. GETS PRIZE TWICE The special three-year-old Alfred Nobel Memorial Prize in economics went (o the United States for the second time. It was awarded to retired Harvard Prof. Simon Kuznets, 71, for his theories on economic growth. Neruda a Stalin and Lenin Prize winner, now represents Chile's government as ambassador to Paris. The 89-y e a r -o 1 d king presented Ihe awards but did not attend the awards banquet because of a cold. Crown Prince Carl Gustaf, 25, was his stand-in there. Herzberg, regarded as the founder of and earliest pioneer in molecular spectroscopy, jflec from Nazi Germany and went to the University of Saskatchewan in After a brief period, 1945-48. at tlie University of Chicago, he returned to Canada to take an appointment with the National Research Council. Pie was director of phvsics from 1M9 until 1969. On his retirement lie was designated a d s-linguishcd research scientist, a post created by NRC to enable him to continue his scientific TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS N THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EMILY ANDERSON Isle cf the City of Lethbridge in the Province of A berta, widow who died on or about the day of November A. U. TAKE NOTICE THAT all persons havino claims upon the estate of the Sbove named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the day of January A. D. 1972 a full .ft'temtnt of their claims and of securities held by "sTRINGAM, DENECKY BAINES Barristers and Solicitors Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for Wayne Niels Anderson snd Dons V. MBlkln Executors of tne estate of Emily Anderson, PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 266-6011; RESIDENCE 252-6863, ANYTIME. Passed away suddenly hi the city on Thurs-dav, December 9th, 1971, Mr. John Douglas (Doug) Hamilton at the age of 18 years, beloved son of Dr. and Mrs. John T. Hamilton, of 1516 17 Avenue S. Besides his parents, he is survived by three sisters, Mrs. M. (Gail) McFadden, Victoria, Miss Susan Hamilton, Vancouver and Miss Sharon Hamilton at home and one brother, Mr. Gordon Hamilton of Elkford, B.C. The funeral service was held on Saturday, December llth at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S., with Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Interment followed in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Sen'ice. C9062 PILLING Passed away in the city on Friday, December 10, 1971, following a brief illness, Mrs. Hazel Euen Pilling at the age of 72 years, of 1416 6th Avenue S., be'loved wife of the late Mr. Frank Pilling. She }s survived by two sons. Garth and Don, both of Lethbridge; six grandchildren and one brother, Mr. Earl Connerly of Missoula. Montana. She was predeceased bv her daughter, Mrs. Hazel Browne in 1969. The funeral sen'ice will be held on Monday, at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN B R OS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. MORTGAGE loans available on farms, homes, hotels, motels, commercial buildings and industrial properties located anywhere In Alberta. Fast, cor-dial, confidential service, at competitive ratf.s. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 32B-S54B. 1 5002-tf MEMORIAMS KIKINDAY In memory of a dear godfather, Dr. Laszlo Kikinday, who passed away December 12, 1970. A year has passed since that day, A dear friend was called away. God took him home It His will, To rest in peace with the best. Always remembered by Edward, Dennis and Mary Hanzel. C9039 MARTIN Precious memories of a dear dad, grandpa and granddaddy, David, who passed away December 12, 1970. He bade no one a last farewell or even said goodbye, He was gone before we realized and only God knew why. and missed day by Dan and Georgia; Ken and Elaine; David and Doreen and greatgrandchildren. 4509 PASKUSKI In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Leceria who passed away December 12, 19B9. Gone but not forgotten. E v e r remembered b y George and Wanda and family Roy and Vera and family; Albert and Jeanne and family. 4510 SECOND MORTGAGE LOANS From lo S10.COO or more For any worthwhile reason. Monthly Interest Borrow Payment Rate 5 V 26.03 S S 66. BS S10.000 S127.42 '3Vs o Examples based on 15 year amorti-zalica VISIT OR PHONE C.A.C. 'REALTY LIMITED A Subsidiary of CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED College Shopping Mall, Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 328-2381 NO. 330 OF THE COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO. 26 A BY-LAW TO AUTHORIZE THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO. 26 TO INCUR AN INDEBTEDNESS ON BE-HALF OF THE SAID COUNTY BY THE ISSUANCE OF DEBENTURES FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUC-T ON OF A WATER SUPPLY WHEREAS It Is deemed expedient and proper pursuant to the provisions of Section 311 of the Municipal Govern-merit Art that the Council shall issue a By-Law lo authorize the undertaking and completing c! the construction of a water supply system. AND WHEREAS Plans, Specifications and Estimates for such work have been made by Underwood AAcLellsn and As-Kdales Limited, Professional Engineers, whereby the total cost ot the said construction is estimated to be AND WHEREAS no applicable grants and contributicns will be received for Ihe rflnsfruclion. AND WHEREAS In order to con-sruct and complete the said proiect, it will be necessary to barrow he sum to saO.40D.DO on the credit of the County of Lethbridqe No. 56 by Issuing debentures of the County of Lethbridge 'the said Indebtedness is to be repaid over a period _of twenty-five (25) years in annual installments, with Interest not exceeding nine percent per annum, payable annually. AND WHEREAS the amount cf the canalized assessment in the County as Bst determined and fixed by the Assessment Equalization Board .5 the amount of the existing, debenture debt of the County ot Lethbridge is no part ot which is in arrears. AND WHEREAS the estimated lite of the project is 25 years. AND WHEREAS consent or approve of the Minister of Health of the Provincial Board of Health for the proposal as required by the Public Health Act regualtions thereof, has been obtained under provincial Certificate No. PNOW', THEREFORE, THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO. 26 IN COUNCIL ASSEMBLED ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: 1 Thp Municipal Council of the Ccunty of Lethbridqe is hereby empowered and authorized to enter into ccniracts for the purpose of consiruci-ncj a water supply syslem. 2. That for the purpose aforesaid, the sum of eiqhly thousand, four hundred L'oMars (SBO.400.00! be borrowed by of debentures on the grcss revenues oi the water works system n priority to a charge on the 'axes, rates and other revenues of the County of Lrthbridse. 3 The debentures to be Issued under this By-Law shall be tor the said sum cf eighty thousand four hundred dollars shall be in denominations cf One Hundred Dollars or any multiple t her cot, shall be dated the 1st day o! April 1972, or iipon such ether day as may be appropriate ha vino regard to the dete cf the borrowing anct shall be issued in such manner that the? principal and ntereM will bt> combined and be marie payable in, nearly ,is possible, equal annual installments during He Lfiid twenty-live (25) years. 4. The debentures maturing lr, path of sucn years shall bear interest ciur-ng the currency ot the debentures, at a rait- not exceeding nine (9'i) percent per annum, payable annually un Ihe hrs! day of April in earli yfiiir, IT rn other day in as ni.iy lie appropriate having rpci.iKl to i 1 avo cc-jpons iitfeched tin ret o tc.r Ihe payment principal and interon S. The debentures wilh coupons thereto attached shall be payable in Inv.-fu money of Canada at the Bank of Royal Bank of Canada in the City cf Loth-bridge and at such other branches of Ihe said Bank as may he appropriate. 4. The said debenture shall be signed 1 hy the Reeve and the Secrctary-Treas-i t rpr the Counly of Lethbridge and the Municipal Secretary ihatl aff x thereto the corporate seal of the said j County. 1 7. The coupons attached to the said debentures shall be siqnetl by the Reevo and thp Secretary- 1 reasurer of 1 10 County cf Lethbrido.e and such signatures may be engraved or lllho-gr.nphcd. P. Pursuant to Ihe provisions cf iieclion 321 HI (b) ol IIP AAunicipa Government Act. R.S.A. 1970 thp. tlrv l-enturd dr'.il created under HIP provisions of this By-Law shall be .1 en and first charge on the gross revrnt es of Ihe water supply system in pr or-ly tn n C.IWCIP on the. laxei, ralr.s and cilhrr revenues of the municipality. 9. There shall be levied nnd raided n each year of the currency cf t -.e debentures hereliy by a rate applied nnlv for the purposes for whkli tlie indebtedness wcs crcntcd unless otlier-wif.n BUltiprl7rd by an order of the Local AuNioritles Board. RF-JAD fl firsl time in CouriJiil thll 13th day of Novombar, A.D. NOTICE COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO. 26 TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Counly cf Lethbridge No. 16 in the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Albprta, has given first readiing to money By-Law No. 330 which will, en final approval and ratification, authorize Council to borrow monies by way cf debenture, lo pay for the cost cf construct a water supply system for the Hamlet of Hardieville. The estimated total cost of 1he aforesaid proiect amounts fo The amount to bo borrowed on the credit and security ot the municipality at larqo by the issue of debentures is The debentures are to be renayablc to the hearer In twenty-five (25 equal consecutive annual insta -merits of combined principal and interest, Ihe interest not to exceed a rate of more than nine per centum (9ccl cer annum. NOTICE THEREFORE Is hereby given by Ihe Council cf the County cf Lethbridne No. U that, unless a po of the proprietary electors for and against the said debenture borrowing is demanded, es provided for hy the terms of The Municipal Government Act, the sa d Council may DGSS the sairl By-law and submit II to the Local Author it lies Board for final ratiflca-t on and certification that a vole of the Rrooriefary electors thereon is not required. OF WHICH ALL persons Interested are hereby notified and they are re-ciuired to govern themselves accord-np y. NOTICE OF PROPRIETARY ELECTORS A proprietary elector a person whose name appears en the assessment roll In respect of land liable to assessment and taxation for general municipal purposes, and (ii) a person who is liable on or alter January 1st, 1972 tor the payment of a mobile unit license. Trn percent cf the proprietary electors may by petition request s Vote on a money By-law under the provisions of Sections 311 and 7 of The Municipal Government Act. 1. The peition must be received by tho County secretary within 15 days of the last publication of this not ce and shall contain on each page an accurate and Identical statement cf the purpose and oblectlves of the petition. J. Earh s nnaturc to the nctition shall be witnessed by an adult person wl o shall take an affidavit that to lha best of his behalf the persons whose signatures he has witnessed are qualified to vote at a general elect on. 3. There shall be set out opposite each signature on the petition (a) the leoal description of the properly or other qualifications en-till inn that person to be a -jTopriGtsry elector, (b) ihf prr-tal address of the Hie occupation cf the netitioner. A A rorpcratioti or a reliuious organization or an estate of which appears on the lust revised nssess-mpnt rctl as thf owner, conditional owntr ur of land that is not exempt from taxation, may in wr i-nn nuthrvize ,1 resident cr .in cr.laie. S The shall be filed with the secretary who shall. In wilh the Act, compute the numbftr of petitioners that have sioncd the petition and determine the sufficiency Ihercof. fi. Every petition shnll have attached to it a signed statement of a perscn whnse name appears upon the petition, stat nq that he represents the and that he is the person to whom the County may direct any enquiries with regard to the petit on. 7. No name shall he removed from 1 10 petillon after it has been received by the County secretary. B If two or more money by-laws are advertised In a single notice, a scpnralo petition shall be filed with respect to each by -low. 9. The ttato of thp las! publication ot thi1; Notlcp Is the Ifith day of December, 1971. storm rips Ontario ByTHE CANADIAN PRESS A major storm, with occasional heavy rain and winds as strong as 70 miles an hour to gusts, ripped through Ontario Friday night and early today, causing heavy damage. The high winds knocked down trees and signs, interrupted power and telephone service and in Hamilton, where the worst damage was reported, broke store windows, sent huge metal sheets sailing into traffic-filled streets, toppled trees on cars, knocked over signs and blacked out street lighting in large parts of the city. The strong southerly winds, which switched to westerly blasts early today amid falling temperatures, set record maximum temperatures for the day in most centres. Windsor reached 64 degrees by Friday afternoon while Toronto climbed to 61 by 8 p.m. Gusts as high as 55 miles an hour were predicted today with tlie winds beginning to taper off by mid-day. Temperatures are expected to fall bv tonight to the 20s and 30s. At London, Jack Boiston, spokesman for Ontario Hydro's western division, thore were no massive blackouts but interruptions were reported in London, St. Thomas, Tillson-burg, Dorchester, Norwich and the Windsor and Chatham 75 CUSTOM BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS rooms, renovations. Call Ted Flinci-ham construction. 327-32EJ. PAINTING AND DECORATING. RE-lonabie rates. Anywhere. 327-7538. FRED STE1HER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson snd Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-66B2. William S.. formerly of Leavitt, Alberta, jassed away in Logan, Utah on Thursday, December 9th, 1971, at the age of 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Olive Gibbons Glenn of Logan, Utah. Mr. Glenn had lived for many years in the Cardston district, moving to Logan in 1942, where he was residing at the time of his passing. Survivors besides us loving wife are three sons. Drue of Logan, Utah, Kay G. of Los Angeles, Stewart G. of Bountiful, Utah and one daughter Mrs Elwood (Velma) ALL REPAIRS CHIAWEY, FIRE-place. cement, brick, painting and rooflno. Renovations and house raising. 318-1055. Passed away in the city on Friday, December 10, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Harry Joseph Elford al. the age of 81 years. of the Devon Nursing Home. Born in Pennsylvania, the late Mr. Eiford came to the Skiff area in early 1910. He farmed his land there and was very active until ill health forced his retirement in 1968. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Anna Dickey, Rockwood, Pennsylvania and s e v e ral nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be held on Tucs-dav. December 14 at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with RCT. E. B. Anderson officiating. The remains will be forwarded to Rockwood, Pennsylvania for interment. Friends may pav their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Sen'ice. C9057 DF.dENSTElN Thursday, December 9. 1971. in Medicine Hat. Aha.. Mrs. Elizabeth Do-gcnstein. f.ged 112 years, of Foremost. Alberla. dear mother of Mrs. Dave (Barbara) Gehring of Milk River, Alberla. Frank of Edmonton, Adam. Peler, Joseph and Mary of Foremost. Alia.. Slanoly of Woking. Alia., Mrs. diaries (Katherinc) Casper of Klcn-gale. Alia. Also .surviving arc 16 grandchildren, eight greatgrandchildren; one brother, Tonv Sander.-; of C a 1 g .1 ry, Alta'.; three sisters, Mrs. Swenqler and Mrs. Frances Smaliz both of Calgary and Mrs. Barbara Eresman of Alia. Horn in U.S.A. May 1889. moved with her parents lo Canada in 1907 to Enchant Alta. She married Joseph Degenslcin in 1914 and they resided at Foremost mil 1 her passing. She was predeceased by her husband Jacoi in 1961. Rev. Father .1. I'clra-vicitis will conduct, the funeral service in SI. Michael's Catholic Church. Bow Island on Monday morning at 10 o'clock. In-'or'nienl in Ihe Row Island Cemetery. Arrangements by the Pattison Funeral Home. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. FENCES, FRAMING, FINISHING, rumpus room, cupboards find all your remodeling needs. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. 345-3493. HAMILTON BUILDER AND FINISHER RUMPUS ROOMS, INTERIOR DECORATING, CUPBOARDS, ALL PHASES OF FINISHING. PHONE 32E-9E79. 3872- vessel ailments No. 1 scourge WASHINGTON (AP) Tlie government was told death and disability from heart attacks, strokes and other blood-vessel maladies have reached epidemic proportions in the United Stales. A major new national program of research and education costing million for the first two years alone is needed to try to alleviate tlie scourge, an advisory scientific prnnp sniil. At .1 news confcrer.L'p marking of its formal report, the group said that if the recommendations are carried out, there could be some reduction in these dentli and rick-; nrss tvilrs in the next two or three years and possibly as j m u c h ns lion in the indefinite future. i Great improvement might be attained if the American people would keep their blood pressure quit cigarette smoking and be wary of fats in their d.ets. 11 noted, however, that, high blood pressure, high-cholesterol diets and cigarette smoking have not been scientifically determined to be critical factors contributing to the maladies. Arteriosclerosis or hardening of tho arteries is by far the major factor, the group said. Blood-vessel a i 1 monts affect more than 3T> million Americans fo sonic degree. They kill more than one million a year and p.nrlially or completely dis-j.hlo hundreds of thousands more. The rjnnu.nl cost to the nation i.s billion in medical nnd other CARD NARDONE We wish a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all our friends and relatives. Nardone family. PAINTING JAPANESE PAINTER, CITY OR COUNTRY. PHONE 327-8721, EVENINGS. of Salt Lake City; three sisters, Mrs. Frank (Jane) Leavitt of Cardston, Mrs. James C. (Mary) Parker and Mrs. Bert (Rosezella) Larson both of Salt Lake City and another sister. Eva S., who passed eway the day after his death. He was predeceased by two brothers as well as three other sisters. Funeral services will be held in Logan. Utah, on Monday, December 13th and interment will be in the Logan cemelerv. Obiluarv courtesv of the CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Di-reclors of Funeral Service. .IKXKIXS Friday. December 10. Mrs. Anne Irene Jenkins, agt-d 72 years. 320 19 Avenue S.W.. Calgary, widow of the late William Coulson Jenkins, passed away at the Glcnmore Park Auxiliary Hospital, following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Jenkins is survived hv one daughter. Mrs. Larry (Lorraine) L'lleureux. Calgary; two sons. Coulson Walter Jenkins and John Earl Jenkins, of Pincher Creek, Alberta; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; also one brother. William Garnet t. Fort Maoleod. Alberta. Born in Manitoba, she came lo Alberta in 1909 In Spring liidge dis-l.-icl and in 1913 was married William Coulson Jenkins and ranched in Hie Pincher Crook area. She was predeceased hy her husband in 1937 and then moved to Calgary in 19-12. Services al I.EYDEN'S "Chapel o( Remembrance" Calgary, Sunday. p.m., Rev. John D. MoKonzie official ing. Further services at Pincher Crock United Church. Tuesday. p.m.. Rev. Kenneth Jordan officiating. Interment Pinchcr Crock Cemetery. PUBLIC Yesterday By THE CANADPAX PRESS John Cloverdale Wai-son 71, who with his brother-in-law W. H. Clarke founded Clarke Irwin and Co. Ltd. in 19.10, first president of the Canadian Copyright Institute. Charles E. King. 94, who donated the Lou Marsh Trophy in memory of a former editor of Itio Toronto Star, awarded each year lo Canada's outstanding athlete; after a brief illness. Rio do Janeiro- Carlo? Ed' uardo Fleury. 2G, one of 40 Brazilian political prisoners flown out of the country in 1970 in exchange for a kidnapped West German ambassador, in an ex-change of gunfire with Brazilian police. Indian Point. Wing j Commander Gordon T. Sleeves, 71, a widely-known Nova Scotia pilot, a veteran of both the First and Second World Wars. RE: ZONING BY LAVi NO. 2750 Tlie following applicalion tor a Permit has been approved by the Municipal Planning Commission on December fi, 1971: 71-1036 J. Straia in a home occupation in (onnettlori wiih spp it tank i.ffke only ,it ft Street Sntjln may flppe.il such tincisirm to llii> nevelonnienl Appeal Roiird by rislivcrino pilher perscnally cp by Mail, slatcmenf of thf? grounds of appeal to reach Itie Ottice of the City Clerk in the City Hall not later Than December 1971. c. Cameron Development Officer PIS SPRINKLER SYSTEM TENDER FOR MEDICINE HAT COLLEGE PHASE 1 Tenders nre invited lor the supply prinklor system for 1ho Motile College-, This tender involve1; m-Dly and installation of approximately 9000 IPO! oi mainline piping, approx -matelv 1500 sprinklers plus numerous other fittinqs and small water lines. Plans, sperititationf, likkjlnn art; avail at !he office of Bushes', Manager at thp Medicine Ha! Collcqo by tlfpositina rt certified rtioque (or One Hundred Dollars This deposit will be rrfunded to bidders wim rr-tum tho douuimPnls in flood reusable rorv elltion within ten days after the tender npcninri date. Plans and specifications will he nvaiiauic on nr atirr Docembrr 7lli 1971, hut Hi" hours ot B.m. and p.m. on week dny-t. Trndrrs will br oiirnn) January 19, 19 Tho i Senate coincided congressional action on ;l extension ol tlie Science Church's copyright protection on the ba.sic writings of its founder. JIary Baker Eddy. The measure, which now goes to the White House, lind been branded by tl'.c New York Bar Associalion an unconstitutional violation of the First Amendment's separation of church and slate. Tlie bill would extend the copyrights on (lie various editions including translations of Mrs. Eddy's Science and Heallh with Key to Ihe Scriptures, published originally between 1875 and lOOfi. All copyrights except one on Ihe last edilion expired, and that one runs out Dee. 31. The Christian Science church is reported to earn gross annual profits of on sale of Ihe books but reporLs by the Senate and House judiciary committee said the purpose of the legislation was "to preserve and maintain Ihe purily and integrity of Ihe slalomont of Ihe rcli.nious teachings of this denomination" rather lhan lo proiect its financial ballerina plans lo marry LONDON (API Ballerina Natalia lUakarova, the Tlnssian dancer who defected in London last, year, will mnrry her man-aRcr next, summer. Mi.ss Ma k ar n v n, announced plans here to marry Vladimir Hodzonko, M, who served as her interpreter when I she decided to stay la tho report CORNER BROOK, Nfld. (CP) C. C. Stone has completed Ihe report of his in-quirv into the burning of 105 ballots nl Ihe Sally's Cove polling station in the Oct. rn provincial election. Tho report was sent by registered mail lo 11. W. Strong, chief electoral officer, In St. John'i.