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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta February 19, 1972 UTHBRIDOl HttAU) 23 Won legal case, Alberta fanner dies EDMONTON (CP) Borys, a Leduc, Alta., farmer who won a legal battle against Impsrial Oil Co. Ltd., and the Canadian Pacific Railway for natural gas rights on his property in 1950, will be buried Saturday. He died Tuesday at 67. In 1950 he filed a claim against Imperial Oil and CPR alleging that he wr.s the owner of the natural gas found on his property anci that the compa-lics had threatened to remove .he gas without consent or compensation. His victory set a legal precedent. The companies argued that because Imperial the oil rights on the property, it also held the gas rights. 66 BUSINESS sj Jkanhi, Jn 1 1'leinorians iv EMERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER-vlce. Weddings, clubs, etc. Phone 32B-2C67. MEAT MARKET FOR IM-mediale sale. Good location. Write Box 66, Herald. NOTICE while pig, approximately 220 pDUnds, Impounded In tile City Pound. G. C. Anderson PouncJkceper. OF ANNUAL MEETING PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given hat a Meeting of the Electors of the V 1 aqe cf Foremost will be held in he Community Hall on Monday, the 28 day cf February, 1972, at 8 o'clock p.m., for the discussion of Municipal affa rs for the year ending December hrty.flrst, 1971. Dated at Foremost this day of February 1972. A. H. RATZLAFF Secretary-Treasurer RE: ZONING BY 1 AW NO. 2750 The following application for a de-ve permit has been approved by the Municipal Planning Commission en February Ifi, 1972: 72-028 R. Chambers Approval YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE TO meet attractive girl 25-30. companionship and fun. Love children. Write Box 104, Herald, HOTEL Fernie, B.C. Offers. Will negotiate. 423-6105. 6931-1 67 SERVICES AND Tenders will be accepted until March 1, 1972, to supply this County's re-quiremenls of dicsel fuel, henting oil, gasoline and propane for the twelve monlh period commencing April 1, 1972. Tenders may be for cither product or for all four. The lowest or any tender ncl necessarily HANDYMAN FIX ANYTHING around the house. Phone afternoons and evenings. BUILDING For sale cr rent on main street Taber, 24X98 It. Wrile Box 59, Harald. 4563-1 McKENZFE Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy McKcnzie are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Jcson Vel Marshall, born on St. Valer.one's Day. OF THANKS ZANGBELL I wish to thank the doctors, nurses and staff on first east, St. Michael's Hospital for their care while I was a patient there; also to my relatives and friends for the cards, flowers and visits. Zangbell KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SERVICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LEI H-BRIDGE 328-8962, LETHB RIDGE dcfller in fast growing Recreational Vehicle huainefs seeks active partner fo invest Apply in con-fidence to Box 75, Herald. HAVE YOUR FURNITURE REUP-holsicred for less. Professional worK-manship. Phone 32B-9525, after A p.m. Fhould be clearly marked "Tenders Icr Fuel." D. M. Holladay Secretary Treasurer County of Warner No. S WARNER, Alberta Tenders will be accepted until March 1972, to provide the following trucks: tons with automatic transmissions and rear ends ton dual wheels and 4 speed trancmitsion. The Council may accept the tender rom one supplier for either one, two or all the units. The lowest or any tender not neces-.arily accepted. The envelope should be plainly mark-ed "Tenders for D. M. Holladay Secretary-Treasurer County cf Warner Nr S WARNER, Alberta. in the vicinity of 26th Avenue and 13th Stree! Ncrlh. Any person affected by Ihe said decision may appeal such decision o the Development Appeal Board by delivering either personally cr by ?eg stered Mail, statement cf the prounds of appeal to reach the Office ot Ihe City Clerk in the City Hall not later than March 1, 1972. Dale; February 17, 1972 C. Cameron Development Officer SALE Four-chair beauty parlour ocated in large hotel in Lethbridge. Equipment in excel-ent condition. Total asking price Lease per month. For further information contact Tim Filuk at Agencies Limited, Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 328-3331 or LITCWFIELD Ferl Eunice, passed away in Taber on Friday, February 18, 1972, at the age of 80 years, baloved wife of the late Joseph Litch-field, of Taber. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTEN-SEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of arrangement. C271 ALLEN Passed away in Magralh en Friday, February 18th, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. Frank Allen, at the ase of 82 years, of Mzgraih. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C272 SWINNEY James Robert, passed away in Prince George, B.C., on Tuesday, February 15th, 1972, at the age of 78 years, beloved husband of the late Ethel Thomspon Swinney. Funeral services will be held in the Glenwood L.D.S. Chapel on Monday, February 21st at 1 p.m., with Bishop Winston Bohne offlcating. Interment will follow in the Glenwood C e m e t e r v. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors ef Funeral Service. 'THERN STAMP AND STENCIL stamps, corporate seals, etc. Same-day service. 1233 ,we. S. Phone 328-5114. TYPISTS Required by two Government Departments In Lethbridge, to porform typ ng, filing and receotlonisfs duties. One posilion requires a definite aptitude for mathe m a f i c s. Applicants should have Grade 12 preferably sup-p emenled by related business courses. Proficiency in typing and general office duties is essential. Applicants with related experience are preferred. So ary to S3B6 per month depend-nq upon qualifications. APPLY TO: CANADA MANPOWER CENTER, 41? 7TH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ATTENTION: MRS. L. FRANCIS. MEMORIAMS TURIC Nikola, father. How mL-ny single flowers can bring us together again fTAG SALES AMD SERVICE. on all makes cf anil oryers, aulomatic or conventional. Also all small appliances, irons, vacuum etc. No job too large or too small. LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ave. S.-Phone 327-aJ5fi. SALE OF FARM LAND The property is offered for ale by lender subject to the reitric-ons In the existinq Certificate cf Title: The West 990 Feel of the South West One Quarter of Section 6, Township 10, Ranee 17 west of the 4th Meridian conlaining 60 acres more or Reserving unto Her Majesty all mines and minerals. The land Is irrigated farm land, no ulldings, in the vicinity cf Taber, A berfa. Tenders In sealed enveloces marked D.C. i4795 accompanied hy a erlified cheque cr cash for 10% of the mount cf the tendsr, must te in the ands of the Clerk of the District Court, ourt House, Lethbridqe, by 12-00 'cock noon, March 20, A.D. 1572. All enders subject to the approval of the The balance of the purchase price hall be paid into Court within 30 ays after accenfance cf tender. If IB successful tenderer does not com-ete the purchase after acceptance cf lis tender, the deposit shall be for-eited. The highest or any tender not ecessarlly accepted. Cheques of un-uccessful tenderers will be returned o them. For further particulars apply t o ilessrs. Pritchard, Higa and Boras, Barristers and Solicitors, 202 Profes-ional Building, 740 4th Avenue South, Lcthbridqe, Alberta, APPROVED: C. Yanosik Judge of the District Court 69B TRAVEL TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE 1 J THE ESTATE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON HEATHERSHAW, laJe r.f the Town of Moqrath, in the Province of Alberta, win di'tf on the Bth dav cf Aur-ust, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 50th day of March, A.D. 1972, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 201 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors, THE CANADA TRUST Charter Flight Information Nikola, loving passed away February MEXICO FLOOR OPPORTUNITY Provincial and Area Franchise available to distribute international company product for agricultural in-duslry. Fantastic earning potential. Prcduct now distributed In United states and Canada. WRITE: Franchise Director Box 483 Sioux Falls, So. Dak. 57101 Write us for details SUN FUN HOLIDAYS 400 Lancaster Bldg., 304 8th Avenue S.W., Calgary 2. Phone 269-1437 KITCHEN VENTILATION SYSTEM LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL Sealed fenders in accord with fhe contract documents for the above works, will be received until p.m. Tuesday, March 7th, 1972, addressed to the Chairman of the Board In care of Mr. A. Andreachuk Administrator, Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Contract documents may be obtained by Interested Mechanical Contractors from Robins Mitchell Watson, Architects and Engineers, 529 6th Street South, Lethbridge. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. in my world was lost with your smile, Love hss not returned to my life. This dsy snd every, In my deepest secret mind. Always remembered b y Franjka. X2045 HIRSCHE In loving mem-ry of two precious children, Vanda and Travis Hirsche, who were taken from us February 17, 971. remembered and roundup finally ended EDMONTON (CP) It took several weeks, hut the Vegreville Fish end Game Association has finally ccm-jlcled the elk roundup at Elk Island National Park 20 miles east of here. Association members, aided park personnel, managed to coax 30 elk onto trucks for transfer lo the clear hills area 420 miles northwest of here. The roundup was started to prevent starvation in the park elk herd, wbidi had outgrown available grazing grounds. Previously, there had been a controlled slaughter of surplus animals. The association plans a second roundup and hopes to transplant 135 elk before spring. "Once this one is Vegreville club member Elmer Schultz said, "one of cur big projects will be an attempt to get permission to restock camp Wainwright with elk." Wainwright is a Canadian Armed Forces Base in southeastern Alberta. "It's hard to say when we'll have collected enough for a second park superintendent Don McMillan said. Mr. Schultz said "you've got to be some sort of psychologist" at the game of enticing elk onto trucks. 70 MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimaies. Pruning, trimming and (el -ing. Call 32B-2W4. TREES TRIMMED OR REMOVED tor less. Equipped for large or small lobs. Free estimates. Phcne REMOVAL OF TELEPHONE PLANT Sealed Tenders marked "Contract No. are invited but must be received at the office of the Genera Manager, Alberta Government Telephones, Box 10020-100 Street, 3lsf Floor, Edmonton, Alberta, not later than p.m. M.S.T., Thursday, March 9, 1972, for: Estimate 800478, Project 3832, Leth-bridge, for the removal of approx-imElely 28B cct. miles of copper and steel wire, 1200 poles, 3928 cross arms and 2060 wooden side brackets. Competition date shall be July 1, 1972. Only contractors employing qualified iinemen need apply. Plans and Specifications may be obtained from the office of the Supervisor Contract Administration, Purchasing Department, Alberta Government Telephones, Box 2411, 10020-100 Street, 24th Floor, Edmonton, Alberta and are available to contractors operating in the Province of Alberta on deposit of a Fifty Dollar Certified Cheque, which will be refunded If Plans and Specifications are returned to this office within fourteen (14) days after closing date of tenders, otherwise the deposit shall be forfeit. Each tender must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the value of 10 percent of the tender. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a Performance Bone and a Labour and Material Paymen' Bond, each In the value of 50 percent of the Contract. All Inquiries regarding the work o-this tender shall be directed fo District Construction superintendent. South phone 261-51M, Calgary. The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids. J. W. DODDS, Genera! LEASE TRAVELCENTRE TRUCKSTOP Together with Husky House Restaurant on Highway No. 3 at Salmo, British Columbia. Approximately required to finance both businesses. Please reply giving details as to experience, financial status and other pertinent information to box 97, Herald. Sealed tenders will be received for th; supply, delivery and laying of op-proximately eight Inch cement slocks for the construction of the addition to the Royal Canadian Legion, Bow Island Branch No. 197. Construction to start as soon as frost permits. Also, under separate tender, approximately one hundred and twenty two lineal test of foundation footinq. See Mr. R. T. Hoakins for plans and specifications. Tenders close Thursday, March 2nd, at p.m., M.S.T., 1972. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Reg. T. Hopkins Chairman, Building Committee missed by mommie, daddy, grandpa, grandma end Auntie Val. LACOMBE NURSERIES LTD. WE prune trees and shrubs professionally. Phone 345-4633. No Sunday calls. FOR OUR WINTER WORKS In loving memory of a dear father, Steve Pocza Sr., who passed away February 20, 1963. Two tired eyes are resting, Two willing 'hands are still, The one who always worked so hard Is resting at God's will. God saw you getting tired, He knew you needed rest, His garden must be beautiful, He only takes the best. Lovingly remembered and glvina FREE ESTIMATES (in trimming of TREES and- HEDGES, lo be done this winter. Phone OF FERNIE, B.C. NOTICE TQ TENDERERS Sealed Tenders for the construction if a Sewage Treatment Plant and San-tary Sewer Mains for the City of Fernie, addressed to the Clerk, will 71 POULTRY AND Passed away at Taber General Hospital, Thursday, February' 17, 1972, LIVE YOUNG GEESE. GANDERS and hens. Phone 732-4936, Picture Butte. 1972, at Ihe Fernie Cily Hall. Copies of the Drawings and Specifications may be obtained from the HEAVY YOUNG ROASTERS, pan ready 39 cents per Ih. Fryers 29 cenfs per Ib. Free delivery Hellmuth Dyck, Coaldale, 345-322J. SALE OF FARM PROPERTY The following property Is offered for sale by tender to the restrictions In the existing Certificates of T tie, namely: The East Half of Section Nineteen in Township Nine Ranae Eleven West of the Fourth Meridian, in fhe Province of Alberta, containing Three Hundred and Twenty (320) acres, more or less; RESERVING unto Her Majesty, Her Successors and assigns all mines and minerals and the right to work The same as set forth In Patents registered as 2348 BU as to the South East Quarter and B012 Z as fo fhe North East Quarter and also subiect to such other reservations, condl-t ons, rights and provisos as contained in the said Patents. The above describee! lands are situated approximately 14 miles from the Town of Bow Island. The Lands com-pr se 320 acres more or less and has a house and two barns. Tenders in sealed envelopes marked S.C. accompanied by a certified cheque or cash for 10% of the amount of the Tender must be In the hands of the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Court House, Medicine Hat, Alberta by o'clock noon, the 37th day of March, 1979. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid to the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Court House, Medicine Hat, Alberta, within 30 days after acceptance of the lender. If the successful tenderer does not complete the purchase after acceptance of his tender, the deposit shall be forfeited. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Cheques or cash of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them. For further particulars apply to Messrs. MACLEAN, WIEDEMANN THORSTEINSON, Barristers k SollC -tors, 525 2nd Street S.E., Medicine Hat, Alberta. DATED at Medicine Hat, Alberta, this 30th day of December, A.D. M. Hay, Clerk cf the Supreme Court. Approved: C. Yanosik Local J.udge of the Supreme of fhe Consultincj Engineers, upon a deposit of Fifty (150.00) Dollars by cheque made payable to the Eng -neers. Deposits be returned provided Drawings and Specifications are returned to the Engineers in qood condition. Sub Contractors may view copies of the Drawings and Specifications at the Calgary Construction Association, Calgary, Alberta, and af the Lethbridge Construction Association, Lethbridge, Alberta. Tenders must be accompanied by a Certified Cheque or Bid Bond n the amount of Ten (10 per cent) Percent of the Tender price, payable to the city of Fernie. Tenderers are also required to supply a Consent of Surety Form in an amount equal to Fifty 5Q per cent) Percent of the Contract Sum. The Owner reserves the right to waive informalities In or refect any or all Tenders, or to accept the Tender deemed most favorable In the in-erests of the Owner. Mr. F. Butala City of Fernie c'o City Hall Fernie, British Columbia Underwood McLellan dnd Associates Limited 2MO Kensington Road N.W. Calgary 42, Alberta and 401 Mayor Magrath Drive Lethbridge, Alberta L. (Ted) Johnson, who had made his home at Nanton the past 20 years. Survived by his wife, Luvcrnc; two sons, Her-Dert, Toronto, Dennis, Inuvik; two daughters, Patricia Meyer, Taber, Roberta Robinson, Cal-garv; two brothers, 72 PETS AND missed by daughter Agnes. 7119 OSTAFICHUK In loving memory of a dear mother, who passed away February 19, BLACK LAB. PUPS. PHONE 752-2185, RAYMOND. FOR SALE REGISTERED COCKER Spaniel puppies. Phone 32B-1070. LOANS two sisters, Frances Tillack, Haney, B.C., Betty Brower, Pincher Creek; seven grandchildren. Memorial service will be held in Nanton United Church Sunday, February 20 at 4 p.m. In lieu ol flowers, donations may be sent to Nanton United Church Choir. 7169 VELETI Passed away in a Calgary hospital after a 'brief illness, Friday, February 18, 1972, Steve William, age 68 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Veleti of 9 Garrick Drive S.W., Calgary and dear father of Mr. John C. Veleti, Mrs. Peter (Florence) Verkley and Mrs. George (Catherine) Cannon, all of Calgary and Mrs. Russill (Anna) Bradley, Three Hills, Alta. Also surviving are 14 grandchildren. Born in Budapest, Hungary, Mr. Velet moved to Lethbridge 67 years ago and to OaJgaiy in 1946. He served with the R.C.A.F. during the Second World War. Parishioners and friends will kin ly meet for prayers in Mclnnis end Holtoway Funeral Chapel Calgary, Monday, February 2: at 7 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated in Holy Name Church, Calgary, February 22 a 11 a.m. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery, Calgary. Mclnnis, and Holloway Ltd., Funeral Di rectors. BLACK FEMALE PUPPY, TO GIVE away. Phone 328-7J60. MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 266-4011; RESI-DENCE 255-76-11, ANYTIME. lost a mother with a heart of gold, How much we miss her can never be told, She shared our troubles, and helped us along If we follow her footsteps we will never go wrong. loved and sadlj missed by Dennis and Tiny Caiher. REGISTERED MINIATURE AMERI-can Eskimo pups. All white. Phone 327-9322. BLACK TOY POODLE PUPPY FOR Seven weeks old. Phone 328-3S76. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 Colleqe Mall. Phone 323-3331 The widest facility available. We consider ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. C SMALL ANIMAL CAGES, MULTIPLE units, With waterers and feeders. Phcne 327-1192, evenings. seek accord on bi-bi buses MONCTON, N.B. (CP) Nfew attempts to win bilingual city services for Acadians are-expected to be based on a call for co-operation among the city's English and French residents. More than demonstrators marched peacefully to City Hall recently to bury a coffin said to represent mistrust between the two groups. They burned a banner wifli (lie word French for "fear." Concern has grown in recent weeks as young Acadian aro-tcsters demanded French-language services at City Hall. Tension reached a new level Tuesday night when city council voted 5 to 4 to table the matter of bilingual rights and take no immediate action on Acadian requests. MAYOR'S VOTE TIIF. KEY Mayor Leonard C. Jor.es, often" the Urget of verbal assaults by young Acadians, cast the deciding ballot after council votod 4 to 4 en a motion to table I letters a fJ'guing in favor and against tlio proposal. Five students from tho pre-dcm'-nartly Frcnch-langusga University of Moncton wove d> lain.-d af'er they f ruffled with i psiirc the c'.ty cc'.mcil Representatives cf the Acadian c o m ni u n i t y. which makes up about per cont of BLACK LAB ONE YEAR OLD. Phone 327-7624. loans available on homes, hotels, motels, commercial buildings and industrial properties located anywhere in Alberta. Fast, cordial, confidential service, at competitive rales. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 33B-55-18. COLLIE PUPS MALES BORN Dec. 3, 1971. Phone 626-3231, Glenwood. Must sell. In Sealed Tenders marked "Tender for Sewage Disposal System Town of Raymond" will be received up to 2 p.m. M.S.T. on the 13th Day o March, 1972, by the Secretary-Treasur er. Town of Raymond and opened in public at that time. The work includes the following: 1) Sewage lift station including com mlnutor. 2) feet of 10 Inch force main. 3) Construction of Sewage Lagoons and related appurtenances approxl mately C.Y. of Excavation and Embankment. Acceptance of the tender by Town is conditional upon the final ac ceptance of the project by the Pro vincial Local Authorities Board and Central Mortgage and Housing Cor poration. Plans, specifications and tender doc umenls may be obtained from: Strcna Lamb and Nelson Ltd. 504 4th Street S.E., Calgary 21, Alberta upon payment of the sum of for each set which sum will be re funded to the unsuccessful tenderers when Plans and Specifications are re turned in good condifion-Each tender must be accompanlec by a certified cheque and Consent o Surety, or a Bid Bond, payable to the Town of Raymond in the amount equa to 50 per cent of the contract price The lowest or any tender will no necessarily be accepted. The Owne reserves the right to waive In formslilies in or reject any or a) tenders, or to accept the tender deem ed the 'most favorable in Ihe interes of the Owner. Town of Raymond Warren Jones, Clerk-Treasurer of a dear wife and mother, Katherine, who passed away February 19, 1964. No length of time can take away Our thoughts of you from day to day. Though absent you are always near, Still loved, still missed, still very dear. loved and remem-bsred by her husband, son End family. 7117 TURIC In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Nick, who passed away February 20, 1971. One year has passed since that sad day, when one we loved was called away. We cannot clasp your hand, father dear, your face we canrat see, you're not forgotten, fsther dear, nor ever shal you be. As iorg as life memory last we shall remember thee. missed by Lily, Ken Debbie and Shawn. BRITTANY SPANIEL, REGISTERED, eight months, female. Phone after p.m. 32B-372B. ADORABLE POMERANIAN PUPPIES at a very reasonable price. Phone 235-3516, Claresholm, alter 6 p.m. nods his thanks OTTAWA (CP) -J. J. Greene, the former resources minister who stepped down from the cabinet following a stroke, took a new front-bend seat in the Commons here anc received verbal bouquets from his leader and opposition MPs. Prime Minister Trudeau saic Mr. Greene, 51, would be missed in cabinet but he was glad that Ihe House would continue to have the benefit of his "unique eloquence, common sense and humor." Conservative Leader Rober Stanfield said the Liberal member for Niagara Falls is a "vigorous partisan." On occasion, he "swung a broad axe." But he was always ready to "help someone swing one at him." "I wish him well.'1 New Democrat Leader David Lewis said Mr. Greene provided enjoyment for his colleagues bath inside and outside the House. He was a determined worker and all regretted he had to leave the deals for homeowners at Associates If you're buying your house, you're elidible fcr a special Homeowner Loan at Associates any time you need That means we may be able to give you a better deal. Lower rates 01 longer terms or even both. The amount you borrow Is limited on y by the equity you have in your home maybe or more So if you have high-interest debts out-stand inq, or if you need cash fcr a second "car, a boat, or any other qocd reason, ielk fo Associates about a low-inf crest Homeowner Loan. See how much better off you'll be long-term. 1014 Third Avenue South Phone 327-5711 ASSOCIATES MORTGAGE CREDIT LIMITED ENGLISH SETTER PUP, HUNTING breed. Will be eld enough to hunt th E fall. Phone W2-23J1, Warner. EIGHT WEEK REGISTERED VIZSLA pupi S40 and up. Good hunting and show lineage. Sylestlal Kennels, Reg'd., Box 149, Sylvan Lake, Alberta SAINT BERNARD, YEAR OLD, MALE. Sired dam CH Champions Brown and while Show quality. Rcaislcred with papers. Gentle, loves children. Contact Mr. A. Bcyce, Box 1096, Fernie, B.C. Phcne 423-7E67. 73 BUSINESS RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD PROVINCIAL ENERGY AND ENERGY RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS Proceeding No. 6147 AMEND NOTICE OF HEARING TAKE NOTICE that the Energy Resources Conservation Board will hold a public hearing in Room 201, Court House, Calqary, Alberta, on Tuesday, Seotember 19, 1972, at the hour of a.m. for the purpose of hearing representations respecting Alberta's annual and peak. day requirements of energy and energy resources for usi? v.-ithln the Province for the 20-yesr comrrenrina January 1, 1972. To be coiEirferM arc-: A. The ttitsl energy requirements, by cf use, for non electric end B, the individual component energv re'oi'rce requirements, by cateanry of reau ire merit, for non-electric end use, f. the total electric energy end use requirement by category of requirement, ant! D. the individual comoonent energy resource requirements for the generation of electric energy. Submissions arp Invited on nil or any clearly identified aspects of the above matters. Assumptions with respect to trends in the enerqy resource components should be stater) and explained. Where appropriate, the requirements should be related to the Board's 00011-laticn forecast as discussed In OGCB Report 71-B, or to another population forecast explained In adequate detail to permit identification of differences between It and the Board forecast, enertjy requirements should tie cate-qcrijfd as Indicated in Informational Letter No. IL 77-1 issued by the Board on January Any person Intending to make a submission In connection with the hear-Inn shall file on or before August 22, 1973, twelve copies of the submission with the Board nt 60.1 Sixth Avenue S.W., 1, Alberta. A copy of each submission will be for Inspection at the offices of the Boarc alter AutiuM 33, 1972. Any person intending to make a submission In response to one filed In accordance with tho last prrecdinrj pnra-qrnph shnll file on cr boforo September 5. 1973, twelve copies of his submission with tho Board and one copy the person In response to whosa submission he Is Intervening at the ntldrrss set out In that person's submission. DATED at Calory, Alberta, February if, 197J. ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD N. A, MBClcod Board Solicitor KIMBERLEY, B.C. 21 stall trailer cnurt. Small grocery store. One bay Gulf service stai en and propane filling station, all situated on 3.82 acres ct land. Full price cash. Private sale. Also back cf sfore, three bedrocm living ouarters. No trifters Mr. D. J. Tcplnlsky, SS No. 1, Kimbcrley, B.C. Henry Frederick passed away in Pincher Creel on F r i d a y. February 18 1972, age H years. He wa born in Freeman, South Da kota and came to Alberta will his parents in 1924. They farm fd Ihe Feliger Farms until 1928, when they moved to Pin chsr Creek, farming for several years in this district. Mr Gross joined the M.D. of Pin chcr Creek No. 9, where he ran n caterpillar tractor bnildinp reads for eight years. Moved lo the Town of Pincher Creel; in 1950. where he has residcf until his passing. Survivors in-vclude his wife Anna cf Pincher Creek, five brothers and one sister, several nieces and nephews. The funeral service wil be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church on Monday February 21 at p.m., Rev Father M. Hagel officiating. Interment, Fairvicw Cemetery. Prayers will be sdd in Eden's Funeral Home on Sunday, Fe >-ruary 20 at p.m. Friends who wish may donate to tho charily of their choice, care ol Ames' Insurance. Funeral ar-rangomcnls bv EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. Choice resM'jrjinl svitn banquet rooms. Larce building in Rccd modern condition. Only Hardware stnrr complete with up-to-date stock and building. Lcc s ted acrors the street from .v.cLeodsi snrt Seaways in T.iUv. Priced very reasonable lo clear usMte. Several laroc o.iraqcr. service sis-lions with sliopi, bl.ickEtnith shop, lad Irs dress shop and many 'more types ot brsincrs. For further information contact L. S. OLIVFR HANDLCY KCAL LM'ATfi SALE AND REMOVAL OF BUILDING Sealed Tenders marker! "Tender No. 9090, are invited but must be received nl the office of the Supervisor Contract Administration, Alberta Government Telephones, Dox 2411, 10370-100 Street, 24lh Floor, Edmontcn, Alberta not later than p.m. M.S.T., Wednesday, March 22, 1972, for: Warner, Alberta Sale of metal building on y, situated on Lots 26 and 27, Block 10, Plan 4068N, Size 16'x281. The building, Including 'all debris, shall he removed and any excavations fenced and posted prior to May 8, 1972. A.G.T. shall be responsible for remov -1 of toundalion and concrete slabs and backfilling cf any excavations after the bu d-inq is removed. The successful tenderer shall be responsible tor all duties requirr-d ID complete the removal cf the building including disconnection of utilities, cb tainlnq municipal permits, etc. He shal assume (ill liability tor injury to any person or damage to any properly. In eluding the property of the Owner which may arlso from his operations under iiiis tontract and shnll provide proof ot all such Insurances in a form and acceptable to tho Owner Tho Tender shall ho ,-iccompnnirc by n Cerlificd Cheque in the value of Twenty Five percent of tendered pr ce The balanco of the purchase price shal he paid within ten (10) days of not icntion of acceptance of tender and prior to commencement of work. If the successful tenderer dors nnt complete the purchase alter acceptance of his Tender, the deposit shall bo forfeit flid deposits of unsuccessful tenderers will rMurned. Inquiries ronnrdlnq this tender sha be directed to" Mr. H. Stephens, Alberta Rover mr.rnt 1 Mcphoncs Lcthbridgo Phwi 3JR0433. The riant ir, reserved to reject uny or Ail tenders. r H. DOB1NG, Purchasing BUILT HO-VES, RUVPUS r rcTntfr.ticrr: fall Ted 3ing-1 am construction. 227-318-1. classes to March 2 PINCHER CREEK (Special) Tile Spring session of ar classcs. cnmluc'ed by Frr.rik Koci, will begin March 2. Sessions will be held in the arts and crafls room of the court building here. Fees arc per session, payable whe you attend. The advanced oil painting workshop will ba held Thursdays, beginning March 2 from 2 lo 4 p.m. The basic art and drawing coirse will Iw held Thursdays beginning March 2, from 7 to 9 p.m. An art appreciation course will lie held Wednesdays beginning March 3. The beginners' oil painting class will Iw held Tuesdays from 7 lo 9 p.m. Registration for classes mav be made bv contacting Frank Koci at .W2-4.122. Tho first 10 persons will bo accepted in each AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS For yoiT snow removal. Private dr VP-wayi. 33S-i765. RUMPUS ROOMS, CUP-Nrt too small. Phone 333 0987, days; ?493, OUILDING, CEMENT work r.ntl stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7lh Ave. S. Phone 327-6683. said Mr. Greene had won admiration from members on both sides of the House. Sitting in his new front-bench seat outside the central area occupied by cabinet members first attendance in the Commons since September Mr. Greene nodded his thanks as the tributes were FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST CO. LTD. PHONE 328-5548 FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGE FUNDS AVAILABLE GARAGE AND IMPLEMENT Situated In sonincrn Allifirta town, in the he.irt cf qr.iin, rattlo and business industries, with PXCF payroll rrinshts ot Inroe Urick huilcilnti (100x100) nlur, fr.imo Inilld-inq (30x100) with 200 ft, fronlngo !n main section o( town. Plenty ol yar 1-aqe spacfi for display inci- Due lo ill Imalth, owner will consider low (own p.iyment ami Mho Aqrromen! On Sa e on balance at J pf" interest, tncluded In price All liravy tl ity rquipmont and tools, plus counters, desks find office furniture. An excel-lent opportunity for pxp-indinij a id ImprovlnV rwnrr is