Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, February 1, 197! 59 MALE -FEMALE I TRUDY HFIP WANTFD TUIBUNAL Uinl Widgcry, (iO ynnr old Ixinl Chief Justice ot Britain, was named by Prime minister Edward Hcatli as a nne-ninn tribuna lo invcsti-gale Hie bloody Sunday c 1 a s i c s between British paralroopcr.s an ENf tRTAINVENT BUSINESS NOTICES NOTICE "TO TENDER" Sealed Tenders for Inc construct On of approx ma e y noa loel ot concrele lined canal, o( neal (eel is loca fid In the Medicine Hat area and nenl (eel in Ihe Bow Island area, be received at the office uf the rri alion D strict up lo p m local limp, February 25, 1972. Security wil be rcou red. Copes of (he drawings find see: it ica lions may be oblaincd iron-, the rntjal on Dis'ricl ollicc, on or arier January 57. 1972. upon depos t of n cheque, irarfe payable !o the Boartl n' Direc-ors. The Baard ruserues Ihe right lo rejecl any or a 1 lenders. The Roard nf D rectors, ?l. Mary River rrigalion District, Box 278, Lclhcndge, A berts, take fight to court EDMONTON1 (CP) Merchants from The Boardwalk, a downtown specially shopping development, have lakcn [ighl lor opening of s ores to Ihe Liberia Supreme Court. An application was filed in coirl here o have Lhe charger of violating Ihe Lo-d's Day Ad declared out of imisdiction of Ihe provincia ludpos' court on the grounds that Ihc federal pet is iinconstiUiUrnal. The appliea ion asks lhat ;no no ice be heard Feb. 15 Tria', date for the ch arpes will be sU Fc-i. 17 the ayp icalior is W7. q ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Phone 337-RQ19 or diler 7 10 Mieko. passed in the city on Wednesday, February 2, 1972, at Ihc ago of 72 years, beloved mother o[ Mr. Akira Tera-shima, of 505 19th St. N. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CIIRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice. MACHINES AMD ESTAB-I ii tied roule in Lelli G area. fined person. Writ? Dox 65, Herald. v DATING and ma man0 Send name, address and age in confidence ro: COAAMAT. Box 1335. Greai Falls. Montana. 59-130 Respeclable fldulls only. 4373 TRANSPORT AND WARE-rnuni Well ps'a i shed. Gotd revenue. Box 56, Herald. FAMIL ES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION, CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE ENQUIRIES CARE OF P 0 BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE 4' BrRIA SHIRLEY, 317-rtT.92; JEAN, 327-83-10 '464 SEAT RESTAURANT. year y inlake. fu or ce. Wri o Box Herald. is reciuired to ap-p'.cve in such aJvertis-irg inlcnrind fa- television w ranio Dr. Mor-isor. fM Ihe expects k> complele k.> review in the r.exl few weeks and to make recnmnicndat'Lons lo Heallh Minisler John Munro. There ilso may he con.sulls-fion with ll-t manufacturers and the advertising industry. Tlie question cf television advertising of "iitmin pills raised by Dr. M A. Jampolsky an Edmon1 'ii physician .ho wole federal authorities thtl adverse reactions are almr.sl certain to occur from advcrliE-im: vitamins in candy. "T h e s e preparations easily beiomc SALE OR LEASE One ol Soulhern Alberta'5 lending grocery bus ness, well (ul y mocern. Ideally loca eil en r din slrprt App V To'h's Grocery, P clure BuHc, A Vtr 3 Passed away suldenly al tlie residence on Jlondov. .lanuai-y 31. 1972, Mr. Stephail Farkas. al. Ihc age of 69 vears, of 504 Ave. S. Born in Hungary, the late Mr. Farkas came to Southern Alberta in Ilia laic 1920s. He moved to Lcthbridgc in the middle fiflie's. For 67 SERVICES AND VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETHBRIDGE I_L "5FT UP" RELIABLE AND experienced n restaurant business in Inrivinq sou hern A Ocrlfl Icv.ri Excrllenl pok-nlial. Financial ponil -ilily lo "Lfase" reciuired. Send fu 1 find complete resume lo: Box n, Herald. RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD FROV NCIAL ENERGY AND ENERGY RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS ng No N01 ICE OF HEARING "TAKE NOT CE that Mis Energy Resources Conservation Board will ho d 3 public hearing in Room 201. Courl House, Ca qp.ry, A berla, cm Tuesday, June 13, a 1 e our c-r 7-nn n m. for Ihe purpose ol hnarinq represen'a-pr-ak day reai irc.-nents oi encrqy and energy resources for w tnin the orovmce (or Ihc 30 year com-mfncinq January 1, To be considered are: A. Ihe lotal requirements, by end use-. B the individual con-.ronenl energy resource rnqu remcnti, by category ol reginremeni, cr nnn-eloc-Iric end use. C. Ihc lota c cctr c ?nd use rc-quiremen hy category ot re-D Ihe indivii ual '.ompcnei eralion nl r- PC r c energy. c early idenMied aspects n the above matters. Assumpl ons respect to pr ce trends in the energy resource components should bo 5 a "d and explained. Where appropr ale, II c requ renienls should be rela cil o Ihe Boards population lorocasl a; in OGCB Reporl 71-B, and summar led in a document wh ch wll be nvai able Irom Ihe Board on request by about February 15. 1977, or to ano ner popu a-lion forecas! ?xp ained in adequa e rJe-lail !o perm idcn ITicalion of differences betv.Ten il and he Board [ore-Trie Board asKs Jhal submissions on all or any part cu ar aspects of me sub-eel matters of the hearing be made lo Ihe extent appl cable in forms o the tallowing requirement categories and energy resources comgonfnK; Non Eleclric Use Categories 1) Res dent al Fuel 2) Commercial Fue 3) Industrial Fuel -1) Transpor ot on Fuo 5) Pelrochcmica Rdt> Ma erisl i) Oil F eld Enhanced Recovery Projects B) Other I 9) Contingency (10) Losses Electric End LK- Ca eacr'cr-( 1) Res dent fll Commercifi 3} Industrial 4) Transpor at en 5) Slreet Ligh ing ft) Older 7) Contingency B) Transmission nnd OistriDul on reau remenls and Energy Resource 1) Crude oil and penlanes pus 2) Butane 3) Propone .1! Ethane S) MflrV-.e ab e oas 4) Thcrma coal 1 7) lurgical coal S) Hydro Other Nuclear, dc. Furiher de'a Is cor corning the 00 ini-lion of energy resource comoonenli, the reguiremcnts Cei rgories and the unils lo be used, wi be prnvidnd n about January 15, 1772. Any person inlendinc, lo make a submission in connect on h Ihe hear ng shall file on or belore May 22, 1972, t-volve con es of ine subrr ss on w the Board al 603 S xth Avenue S.W., Calgary Alberta. A copy each submission v.-ill be avnilab c nspec-lion at Ihp offices of Ihe Board alter May 73, 1972. Any person nleniing lo make n submission in respite to one lilpd n accordance v.'ilh Ihe last prcccd ng para-1572, Ivelve copins ol h s subrr iss on he is intervening al Ihe address set out m that person's submiss on. DATED at Ihfi C y ol Calgary, Tn the Province of A hprta, ihls 37lh day of January, A D. 197J ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD flrwd So c lor (NOTE: Tf.f; n-.ation-il lotlnr re-lorrod 'o in trio alinve CP s-sued riy Iho Ro-ird as luf-inntit anal LHIer No II 77-1 nn lam ary 71. 1972, and is available nl th? Calgary olficc 1 of the Heard.- to salvage building material from an old school complex al Wanliam. grant lo creale 21 jobs for extension of a community hall at Lac la Biche. siS.COO gram to Ihe Metis regional council for the clearing of an accnss road lo the lake al Lesser Slave Lake. OF THANKS KOPPIETEHS 1 wsh to thank the doctors, nurses and staff on surgery, fourth floor, of the Municipal Hospital for the kidncss shown me while a patient there. Also friends for visits, cards and flowers. My heartfelt thanks. Mrs. Ruth Koppielers DRYWALL, TAPING. SPRAYING coiiinas. Excellent worK.mdn i h i p. Phone 338-7362. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber sMmps, seals, dalers, 5 dire-day service 1733 3nd Ave. S Prone .IPO-SIM. LOCATED CONCRETE AND brick conslruclcd building. rfO by 50 M. en 50 by H. lot. All fenced. t-u bnscmcnl. Up and down pi urn ling. AI present is ed as grocery and confeclioncry. Tins properly nusl be sod and is crlcrd r ghr [or quick 3S e. For nFi-rmalion call a sa es >an froni HAY REALTY he worked part time [or the Public Works Department of Ihe Cily of Lclhbridge until retiring due to ill health. He is survived by one son, Mr. Theodore S. Farkas, Pen-ticlon. B.C. and one granddaughter. He was a member of the Hungarian Old Timer's Club. Tlie Funeral service will be held on Friday at z m. m Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N.. with Rev. Father G. Marien officiating. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section. Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors or Funeral Service MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE SER-vices on ail makes n! washers dryers, automatic or conventional Also small appliances, mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, No ijb loo large or too small LETHRRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. Phone m-MU. railways gel go-ahead lor surcharge D LOANS We would like lo offer our Uianks to Lhe doctor and Ihe nurses and staff u[ second floor east of SI. Mich acl's Hospila for the wonderful care given our ovcd one. Our sincere Uianks and appreciation to all our fr eiids. neighbors, pallbearers, and re a-tives for all the kindnesses, flowers, cards, dona ions to the Cancer Fund and gifts of food sent lo us in our recenl bereavement. We would like to thank members of the C Branch of St. Theodore's Anglican Church and the L.D.S. Relief Scciety of Barnwcll for the lunches served. Thank von also to Rev. J. C. Daisley'for hs visits and guidance. We will always remeinlrer. Harry Winberg. Karen Gurba, and Myrna Gucnter Yesterday B.y THE CANADIAN CHESS Mrs. Vernon Singer. 4R. wife of Lhe deputy leader of Ihc On ario Liberal party, after a long 69B TRAVEL MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIOGT AREA EASY TO OUAL FY. CALL HAL KREBS, OFFICE RES -DENCE 355-7641, ANYT ME. calls for more food aid UNITED NATIONS (CP) -Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson of Canada announced an increased Canadian contribution to Lhe UN's world Tood program here but called for more aid from oilier counirics. Olson lold the prog ram's pledging conference his government would recommend to Parliament a contribution ot million for 197374, an increase of S-l million from SIX DAY TOUR TO LAS VEGAS. Transportation and accommodation M20 Cer person. Ccnfatl NoHhern Bus Lines al 377-353i5 70 AGENCIES LIMITFD ESTABLISHED l'27 College Wall. Pnone 375 J3J1 The facility avai con-iicJer ALL TYPES ol morlgacje loeni FOR FULLY INSURED TREE "UR-GFON CUTTING, [RIMMING. ETC. PHONE JIH 573? Commerce Commission approved Tuesday a request by United Stales railways to impose a 2.5-per-cent emergency surcharge on all freighl shipments beginning Saturday, Feb. 5. The commission stipulated however, that Ihe surcharge must be removed by June 5. Tlie ICC's action came after the railways announced in December their earnings would be insufficient to enable them to provide adequate and efficient transportation service unless they obtained additional revenue. In granting the increase, Hie commission said the railways "have a crilical need for addi-lional revenue lo offset increased operating costs." FOR OUR WINTER WORKS PRO-gram __ are now TAKING ORDERS and qivinn FREE ESTIMATES on Irimm ng of TREES and HEDGES. ID be done this tinier. Phone 317-2441. Guzman, whoso father refused Lo exc lange the Toledo Alcazar for Ihe life of another son during the Spanish civil war; of heart trouble. Edinburgh Sir Duncan WcathersLone, 73, a former lord provost mayor of Edinburgh, and his 29-year-old wife, found dead in Ihcir home just before court officials were o start R forced sale of their belongings to meet a bill from a d ress a second income? Third income? Unique business op-por unify. Min mum investment. Earnings unlimited. Write Box 58, Passfd away at Vulcan on Monday, January 31, 1972. Rose of Taber, at the age of 87 years. Born at Lawrence Ville, Oklahoma, Octolrer 7, inm. She moved to North Dakota and man-led in 1905. Came to Medicine Hat and later to the Brunctla, Armada and Lomond area, where Uicy ived until 1944. S'ne was a faithful member of the Armada community club and on moving lo Taber she became a staunch supporter of the w o m e n's social credit league. Survived bv her husband James, Taber; one daughter, Mrs. Hugh (Vivian) Hanna of Vulcan; four grandchildren; also three sisters and three brothers in Oklahoma. Funeral services will be conducted from Humplirics Funeral Chapel, Taber on Thursday. February 3, at p.m., with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens, Lethbridgc. In lieu of flowers donations to Lhe Cancer Society, in care of Oddie's Drug, Taber. appreciated. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber, in charge of arrangements. 71 POULTRY AND SPECIAL HEAVY ROASTING CHICK-ens Pan ready. Hens 32c 10., roosters. 2Ec 13 Also friers, 3flc Ib. Free delivery. H. AND J EQUIPME ways. 72 PETS AND Private NINE WEEK OLD PUPPY FOR sale. 111? I3in SI. 5. BUILT HOMES, RUMPUS rooms, renovations. Cfll Ted Bina-ham cnnslruclion. 3J7-328J. TWO PART CHIHUAHUA WANTED TRI-COLOR KITTEN; erange, black and whi'e .138-5 find sluccoina dnd Sorcnson Construct ion, 1C20 7lh Avp. S. Phone 327-6682. said althounh 74 countries contributed to the program, Canada and the United States provided Iwo-lhirds of the total aid in 1371-72 and 91 per cent ot Ihe total pledges came from seven countries, including Canada and the U.S. "In my opinion this is not satisfactory." he said "No program can operate effectively if its resources come mainly from two countries Tlie target for Ihe 1973-74 period was announced earlier as million but pledges from 45 countries totalled only million. The target pledge, million, came from the United Slates. Olson noted some developing countries have criticized the program as "a surplus disjic-sal operation." But he said it had been generally successful in getting the right kinds of food to (he countries where they are needed wilh a subslilulion of another type of food or cash ii necessary lie said Canada would con-inue to provide a wide range of food items in 1973-74 and said 22 per cent of the million contribution would be in 5TE1NFR sured, free WORK, aler proofing, tn-Phone 327 6236. OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT, BEING CHAPTER 376 R.S.A. 1970 AND AMENDMENTS THERETO AND IN THE MATTER ol the City cf Lelhbridqe Bylaw No. 303i, being a By-lav; lo amend By- aw 2750, beinq a By-law wilh respect lo zoning for Ihe C ly of Lelhbridge TAKE NOTICE THAT on Monday, the Ulh day ol February, 1972, al the hour of o'clock in le afternoon in the Council Crismber ol Cily Hall, Ihe Council of the City of Lelhbr drje wll hold a Public Hearing pursuant to Section 130 ot The Planning Ac lo consider- Ihe proposed By-law 3025 la amend 275D, Known as Ihe Zoning Bylaw. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT lie proposed By-law 3055 wll amend Ihe Zoning Map hv de el ng rom Znne Cl-COMMERC AL (Central Area A) and delineating as Zone C9-COMMEPC1AU Aulomolive) the lands described as: Lois B lo 11 inclusive, in Block 46, Plan LETHBRIDGE and municipally known as 428 5 h Slree Sou h. AND FURTHER TAKc NOTICE THAT n copy the proposed Ry-law may be inspected al Ihe office ot the Cify Clerk fn the Cily Hdll during Ine normal Of fir-; h-' rs, ___ 1 1 ___ II ___ i 1 ___ 4th AVE. WANTED SIAMESE CAT, ANY age. Either sex. Reasonable price. Phone collect 756-3375, Stirling, afler J p m. NUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 33E-57-5. iiiiioii lines up three speakers EDMONTON (CP) The TWO FEMALE MINIATURE SILVER Pood es. 10 weeks dd. Phone 327-9731. 4335 SILVER POODLE EIGHT MONTHS old female House trained. 32H-53J6, J p.m. FINISHING RUMPUS nerds. Free rstimflles. Guaranteed workmansn p. Phnr.e 315 3-193. 73 BUSINESS STORE 2JX98 ft. Wrile Box 59, OF AtBERTA RTMENT of Alberta Students' Union forums committee has lined up Ihrec well-knovvn speakers for appearances during Ihe next two months. David Lewis, national leader of the New Democratic Party, will speak Thursday. Feb 10. Chester Kani'ing, a former Canadian dipiomal and expert on Chinese affairs, is sciicd-li'c'l for Friday. JU.rch 10 and Uiiilcd Slates consumer arivo-c.-lc llalph Nader for Friday, M.ircll 17. granl for High Kiver cxliihiliou RDMOXTON 'CD Grants have been ap-pnncd by Ihc Alberta government lo help rural communities improve exhibit Mn facilities. Agriculture Minisler Il'.igh Hor-ncr announced lotlay. Dr. llnrner said in a prepared .slalemenl Rrownfield will receive, High River NEWS AND NOVELTY SHOP Located in TaBer, Alberta population of wilh a prosperous surrounding area. The building is leased al SB5 per month, space of 25 x JO. The operation can be easily run wi h one person and very co-nforlably with s couple. The stock consists of books, confect ons, giFlware, cig a r e t 1 e s, Hems. Equipment consists cf cash register, adding machine (2) glass top I'onl counters, filmq cabinet, live sections of cnrd ccKe machine and ce cream freezer, several olher miscel aneaus delays. With wide range of cjllware, Ihe lurnover could definitely be increased for retired couple. TABER TAXI POPULATION Tnis operation Is owned by Ihe same people as the News and Candy Shop. IT is for sale senaraleiy or he News Shop. Thnrp is ako pin ba 1 nn snar" hash 60 JO. This could be "xnanded to a fhrce car business and Ihe ov.ncrs say that >n the sprincj and harvcsl sea-.nn. business is HIGHWAYS S, TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS wi 1 be received by ine undersiqned up lo 11 o'Ucck A.M. Slandard time on Tuesday, Fcb ruary 6, 1972, for the const rue lion of the fn lo'Alra worK Pro eel S. cf Stoney Ind an Reserve >o Kdnanaskij Ranger Stal on Acres Contract and Specllica ions may be odtiiined at Ihe aMlce of Ihe Ch ef EnqineT, Highway Bu d ncj, Edmonton, Altcrla, the oUice of Ihe Dislrici Enqmt-er, 170? 6lh Street, N.W, Caiqary, Alberta, anJ the office 'ion Biuldinn, Lr'hLricnc, A bcrla, and v, 1 av.iil.ltli} on'y to irdividua i nee o' A berla, or lo partnerships or corpora lions reqistered and opera Jinn in and who have estabi ihed a fixed AlBcrln" A r-t Cellars p-iyar, e lo Privinc ill hy a mflrkcrl chcq -fi or bend pqual 10'-, ot Temlc. Tcndrn, v.in nc opnnftd in public.. ur ly Te'iilor not ly accepted. L. H Dep :ty Minister of Highways r, ,d to death POUT COQU1TLAM, B.C. (CP) Wells Crawford, 15, was found dead in a frozen ravine on Burke Mountain, similes northeast of here. He died alter plunging 200 feel inlo the ravine while hiking with a water level plans arc delayed UIIUnKY fCP) .lack Cook-son, Progressive Oonsorvnlivp ML A for Lacomljp, K.'iy.s tlic fiovornmonl dors not plan o proceed this yrnr willi a scheme lo raise levels in Gull Lake. Wiilrr resources engineers thai n canal can he huill from the Rlindmnn River and M alcr pumped for aho il Mr, Cooksnn said Ihc Are c.iMc-d by Ihe Town of Coaldale tor S.POO cunit yards pit run gravel and cubic yards inch crushed j rjravf-i. Scaled lenders For crushing, liaulinq .1 p m Tuesday, Frbru.iry R. 1971. Tn.vn of Cn.TltJnlr pil 5 ll'b II. E. FLCTCHCR Municipal ScTetary Box 970 and a 1944 Cnev. The service Mall _ s rere huypr Contact Evrlusi.''1 Listers HAY REALTY LTD. fcr details 327-7077 cr 9 10 J FRONTIERS OF ANSWER TO BIRDSTRIKE Part AVE. r-i.i 1 INTO TWD FVQO', r-.RAO 'HJftiriE-Fv 'I P H FOUND and llillarville R Dr.T F-r> AN IE NO'T greetings OTTAWA ICI'i Itoland Michener sent grivlhiMS to UIIIH SI. Laurent Tuo.sday, Ihe former prime minister's birthday. Mr. SI. Laiirenl was first e cried lo Ihp Commons in Wi, became external affairs minis- i IF- AIPCH r.-- T ;i i PI-I i i n TI FURIMLK TAKE NO I If. T ll Al ly p-rnpro'.rnlfi'ion tnnrerninr Ih" pm HT.T Ry. nn M.II i lo make 1 t In n 1 -1 lOlh (My ol February, 1973. AND FURTHER fAKT: NOTICF. Al Mfh Of m-iy ilppe.ir ,1! The Pi t ic Hisirinti lo thirly minutes one rrhultnl period ol no (ilr such Water levels in Ihe a vacation spol. 10 miles norllnvesL of Red Deer, have dropped s during the lasl hut nl fl brief be limited la Ihnn ten m Gcrln Cily lo leave cottages tlia once at the lakeside hundreds of yards from Lhe in and served as Lilh oral prime minister from 194J lo J937.