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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 - Trie IETHBRKK5E HERAID - Friday, December 31, 1971 S3 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED Registered nurse win. baby- �it In my own home, Lakevlew. 328-7517. 5137-3 54A LICENCED NURSERIES KRADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six weeks to six years. Phone 328-3835. C*947-tf COSTANZO'S DAY CARE Planned programs. C8949-6J Children one fc Phone 328-5057. 56 FARM HELP WANTED SINGLE MAN WANTED FOR DAIRY farm. Ui miles easl of Gaol, "hone Osmond Brothers, 328-8284 or 328-8075. 5126-tl PERMANENT JOB FOR SINGLE man, milking and aenerai farm work. Retired man we'come. Write Box 555, Raymond. 5060-ff SINGLE MAM FOR DAIRY AND general farm work. Apply R. H. Boul-ton, '/4 mile ea^t and five miles north Lethbridge stockyards. Phone 328-5497. 4782-tf 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED .MATURE, RELIABLE LADY TO come In between 9.10 a.m. and 2:30 cm. Care for two preschoolers In north side home. Effective January 3. Phone 3:/-W.\ 5773-31 JIw (Jew To all our loyal customers, Happy New Year and deepest thanks for your continued patronage. Manageress and Representatives of AVON in Southern Alberta TRUDY Tret's face it - we're just an average middle-class family living in an average neighborhood with a kid with average marks." S9A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED MEDICAL RECORD TECHNICIAN Full or part time for 30 bed active treatment hospital. Apply: Miss W. I. Rouleau, Administrator Border Counties General Hospital Milk River, Alberto C9335-6 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES SPECIAL HEAVY ROASTING CHICK-ens - Pan ready. Hens 32c lb., roosters, 28c lb. Also friers, 38c lb. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coaldale, 345-3224. C8994-M 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES WANTED GOOD HOME FOR BUDGIE bird. Phone 328-5868. 5203-3 FOR SALE - TWO CUTE SIAMESE kittens. S5 each. 328-7107. 5240-31 Immediate opening for PART TIME female DIETARY WORK ERS. Aged 20-45. Knowledge of English language re quired. Experience preferred. APPLY: PERSONNEL OFFICE PERSONNEL OFFICER ST. MICHAEL'S GENERAL HOSPITAL C9337- 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BE A DISC JOCKEY Recorder message by Jim Elliot tells you how. Phone 328-363i, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-if 58 MALE HELP WANTED DENTAL ASSISTANT WANTED - Part time. Apply 210 Woolworth Bldg. 5201-t( TELLER  CLERK FOR LOCAL Credit Union. Apply stating age, marital status, experience and salary expected to Box 138, Herald. C9291-31 WANTED perlenced IMMEDIATELY - EX- ladies' wear sales clerk. Write P.O. Box 57, Lethbridge, Alberta, stating qualifications. C 9303-5 WANTED -- SHIRT MACHINE operator - Si.k and wool �sr..�>*r - Seamstress. Experience an assel but . c* essentl�l. Phone One Hour Mar-sag.;.j7 WHY DIDN'T APRIOA AND INDIA ? _ /z-sr 1 '.1 WHATEVER THE REASONS, THE RESULT IS AUSTRALIA'S UNIQUE PROLIFERATION OP MARSUPIALS THAT JUMP/ PLY, BURROW AND HUNT. THE PICTURE OP AUSTRALIA ACQUIRING TT3 MARSUPIALS FROM THS SOUTH AND ITS FEW PLACENTAL. MAMMALS PROM THE NORTH 6TIU. RAISES TANTAUZINO QUESTIONS.  NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1972 VILLAGE OF FOREMOST PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice Is hereby given that the assessment roll of the said municipality, made under the provisions of the Municipal Taxation Act Chapter 251, has been prepared and will, for thirty (30) days, be open to Inspection at the office of the secretary-treasurer of the municipality during business hours and that any person who desires to object to the entry of his name or that of any other .person upon the said roll or to the assessed value placed upon any property must, within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, lodge his complalnt(s) In writlpg with the secretary-treasurer ol the municipality. Dated this 3lst day ot December, 1971. A. H. Ratzlaff, Municipal Secretary-Treasurer or City Assessor. O40 Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Peterborough, Ont.-Kenneth J. Ferren, 43, director of admissions at University of Ottawa since 1967, of a cerebral hemorrhage. Toronto-Lt.-Col. Harry K. Vi-poncf, 75, command paymaster of the First Canadian Division in the Second World War, first officer to step ashore in England from a Canadian troopship during the Second World War, of emphysema. Toronto-Arthur Herbert Richardson, 81, Who drew up Ontario's program for conservation authorities, former chie' conservation engineer for the Ontario Department of Planning and Development, of a heart attack. Winnipeg-W. J. Parker, 75, former president of Manitoba Pool Elevators and a prominent figure in Canadian agriculture. Oslo-Per Hoest, 64, Norwegian zoologist and moviemaker known for his documentaries on La tin-American jungles and the Galapagos Islands where he worked with explorer Thor Heyerdahl. Montreal - Louis Foiey-Foley 69, editor of Credo, a French-language publication of the United Church of Canada, of a heart attack. But a new concept is taking hold-full-employment budgeting. It has been adopted in the United States and in Ontario. It has been endorsed by the Economic Council of Canada and the Senate committee on national finances. Mr. Benson has been reluctant so far to espouse it, but many economic thinkers here believe the finance department eventually will. By his October reckoning, Mr. Benson expects budgetary revenues for the fiscal year ending next March 31 to run to $13.58 billion, and budgetary outlays to amount to $14.58 billion. He expects to need another $1.6 billion for non-budgetary lending and investment, making a totalcash requirement, with the deficit, of $2.6 billion in borrowings. By adopting the full-employment budgeting principle, the government would set its tax rates and make its expenditure planning on the basis that the Canadian labor force and economic machine are relatively fully employed. The Economic Council of Canada says, as an interim goal, this should be based on the concept of 3.8 per cent of the labor force being unemployed -instead of the current unemployment rate of more than six per cent. If tax and spending policies were geared to full employment, at a time when the country was well below full employment, there would be a budgetary deficit which would PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE Sub trade tenders requested for the extensions to Vulcan and Taber Sen. ior Citizen homes by Gillett Construction Ltd., Lethbridge on or before January 11, 1973 D71 COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE No. 26 INVITATION TO QUOTE FOR SUPPLY OF TRUCKS AS FOLLOWS:- Five (5) Tandem Trucks complete with gravel boxes and hoists. One (!) one-half ton Service Unit. Specifications lor quotation can be secured at County Office 214 13th Street South, Lethbridge, on request. The ounty reserves the right to re|ect any or all quotations. Quotations are to be In hands of Secretary Treasurer no later than 5 p.m. Thursday, January 14th, 1972, and marked on envelope "Truck Quotation". (Signed) W. R. Madlll, Secretary Treasurer County of Lethbridge No. 24 214 13th Street S. Lethbridge.' DB3 Calves die on trains TORONTO (CP) - The Ontario Humane Society announced here it has asked the federal government to take action to improve shipment of feeder calves from Western Canada to Ontario. T. I. Hughes, society general manager, said the decision fol-'ows recent complaints from ntario farmers that animals a > not surviving the trip in boxcars. Mr. Hughes said the society has suggested federal inspectors travel on the trains to ensure the animals are properly treated. "We are strong in southern Ontario and Alberta but weak in between," Mr. Hughes said of present inspections. He said the railway should use special high-speed trains to transport cattle to the East "instead of putting them on the slowest train that's available." He said the use of jumbo jets to move young calves from Edmonton to Toronto in four hours could improve shipment, but "to state the problem simply, large numbers of very young animals have to be transported \ very long distances at an eco-[ nomic rate." 1 have a pump-priming effect in the Keynesian way. Finance department official aren't able to say what this deficit would be in present circumstances. But it could well be more than the $1 billion Mr. Benson now plans. UNKNOWN FACTOR Economic council analyses show that the taxing and spending activities of all levels of government-federal, provincial and municipal-have been moving since early in 1969 towards a full-employment balance, but are still about two per cent short of it. One unknown factor in federal and provincial government budgeting, starting in 1972, is the actual effect of Mr. Benson's fundamental revision of the I come Tax Act, including the taxing of capital gains. Mr. Benson assured the provinces tbey would receive at least as much revenue for the next five years as they would have under the system set to expire Dec. 31. He also assured the Commons that he would adjust' the new tax rates downward if they proved to raise more revenue than the old rates. One objective of the tax changes is to redistribute the burden of government revenue-raising: to reduce taxes for low-income families and to tax the affluent more, especially those who make money or. their capital assets which hitherto have escaped taxes. Just at the time the government announced it would use the new parliamentary guillotine rule to push the tax bill through the Commons', the revenue department was circulating forms to all employees to claim the benefits ot higher > exemptions for personal income and family status starting Jan. 1. Mayor moves to unionize paper staffs CALGARY (CP) - Mayor Rod Sykes says he has invited a representative of the Newspaper Guild to the city in an effort to unionize the editorial staffs of Calgary's two daily newspapers. "My only concern is to help the newspapers improve," he said. The mayor told a news conference last week that a guild representative is to arrive in January. Commenting editorially, The Herald says it is a "futile political attempt" to interfere in the private business of the newspapers and their employ-ess. In another editorial, the Albertan says the mayor's concern for the quality of the press is admirable but that he lacks understanding of the situation. PUBLIC NOTICE �3r NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1972 TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice Is hereby given that the assessment roll of the said municipality, made under the provisions of the Assessment Act, has been prepared and will, for thirty (30) days, be open to Inspection at the office of the secretary-treasurer of the 'municipality during business hours and that any person who desires to ob|ect to the entry of his name or that of any other person upon the said roll or to the assessed value placed upon any property must, within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, lodge his complaint's) In writing with the secretary-treasurer of the municipality. Dated this 31st day of December, 1971. E. MclLROY Secretary-Treasurer D92 NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1972 MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF CARDSTON NO. 6 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice Is hereby given that the assessment roll of the said municipality, made under the provisions of the Assessment Act, has been prepared and will, for thirty (30) days, be open to inspection at the office of the secretary-treasurer of the municipality during business hours and that any person who desires lo ob|ect to the entry of his name or that of any other person upon the said roll or to the assessed value placed upon any property must, within thirty (30) days from the date ot this nollce, lodge his complalnt(s) in writing with the secretary-treasurer of the municipality. Dated this 28th day of December 1971. R. W. Legge Secretary-Treasurer DS1 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT, BEING CHAPTER 276 R.S.A. 1970 AND AMENDMENTS THERETO AND IN THE MATTER of City of Lethbridge By-Law No. 301�, being a By.law to amend By-Law 2750, being a By-law with respect to zoning for the City of Lethbridge. TAKE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the 17th day of January, 1972, at the of 8 o'clock In the afternoon in the Council Chamber of City Hall, the Council of the City of Lethbridge will hold a Public Hearing pursuant to. Section 130 of The Planning Act to consider the proposed By-law 3011 to amend By-law 2750, known as the Zoning By-law. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT the proposed By-law 3018 will amend the Zoning Map by deleting from Zone C3-COMMERCIAL (Urban Re newal) and delineating as Zone Ind. INDUSTRY (Light) the lands described as. Lots 6 to 9 Inclusve, in Block 5, Plan LETHBRIDGE 4353-S and municipally known as 216-lst Avenue South hour /st. AVE So. NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL, 1971 COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE NO. 26 Notice Is hereby given that the assessment of the previous year has been adopted under the provisions of The Assessment Act, and that the assessment roll of the said municipality has been duly prepared, and that If any person thinks that any property has been wrongfully assessed, or assessed too high, or too low, or that his name or the name of any other person has been wrongfully entered upon or omitted from the roll, he may at any time prior to the 31st day of Jan., notify the secretary - treasurer In writing of the particulars and grounds of his complaint. Dated at Lethbridge, this 31st day of December, 1971. W. R. Madlll secretary-Treasurer 079 i 3 8 9 2nd- AVE. So. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT a copy of the proposed By-law may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk In the City Hall during the normal office hours. , ... AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person who wishes to make representation concernng the proposed By-law shall first file a written submission with the City Clerk not later than 12 o'clock noon on Thursday, the 13th day of January, 1972. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT such persons as file such written submission may appear at the Public Hearing to make representations and to answer questions at Cty Council concerning their submissions, but subject to the condition that oral representation In support ot a brief be limited to thirty minutes and one rebuttal period of no more than ten m nutes. DATED at the city of Lethbridge this 31st day of Member, 1971 JOHN OcKLA/ City Clerk DM ;