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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mnwy 10, ml THi UTHiMOOl HttMB 23 The Henderson Lake pool problem Business Talk the city is finally going to tackle the problems at Render nn Lake swimming pool in biR way in an attempt to end the headaches and which have plagued city offl- dab and staff since the pool opmd in 1962. The capital budget approved in principle by city council thii year lists an arbitrary figurt of to correct the leak- problem, subject of several studies, investigations, repairs sad problems since early in the pool's Life. The pool cost to eon- Market closes lower TORONTO (CP) Prices on the C a na d i a n bond market dosed lower in moderate trad- ing this week. It was the third nt week prices. of declining One bond trader called the price decline a "general shake- out of the market." "Prices went up too high too fast and now they are coming down jus as he said. The short-end of the market lost about 15 cents while mid- term issues dropped about one- half point. Long-term bonds and the corporate sector of the mar- ket slid almost a full point. Observers said the Bank of Canada's buying in the market indicates a move by the govern- ment to halt any fin-tier price reduction in Canada issues. TransCanada Pipelines was the oriy major corporation to come to market during the week. The issue, originally million, was reduced to later in the week. The bonds, 20-year sinking fund debentures carry a nine-per-cent coupon and sold at par. Day-ttKlay money was availa- ble Friday at four per cent, three- and six-month treasury bills radcd at 4.60 and 4.70 per cent, respectively. Stock Exchange seats offered at MONTREAL (CP) The Montreal Stock Exchange is of- fering seven additional seats at a price of a seat. Charles Neapole, president of the exchange, said Friday the governing committee decided to increase the number of seats because of requests for a larger new seats will the tirvm V -J----------- and repairs to keep the pool going. MLUioot of gallons of treated water have been losl at considerable expense. Pool losses range from to 100.- 000 gallons a day. The pool has several lines aider the basin which have been taken out of service to re- duce the leakages. At additional lines an plug- ged the over all efficiency of the filtering system will be af- fected, possibly to such a point the pool becomes a health haz- ard. All maintenance work carried out on the underground pool piping system has re- vealed separated pipe joints and broken fittings. Repairs have been kept up on the piping system outside the pool basin and limited re- pairs have been made on pip- ing directly under the basin by generally plugging and aban- doning them. Quantity leakage continues. The city is considering re- placing part or all of the piping system. It is possible the deep end of the pool, lying more di- rectly in the old lake bottom, may have to be abandoned or converted into a five foot depth area common to the re- mainder of the pool. The city is continuing stu- dies and has had talks with consultants. The idea is to solicit major reduced. Then they increased were Studies and more studies were done. The city haggled over who was to pay for repairs. Archi- tects, contractors and sub-con- tractors haggled. In 1965 city Finance Director Allister Findlay suggested to the city manager that in view of the continuing plumbing problem! and the delays in having them corrected, that legal action should be taken. The city solicitor concurred The then city manager rec- ommended the city absorb the loss it had experienced in repairs. That, apparently ended chances for legal action. The statute of Limitation ii passed so there is no recourse to legal action against the con- tractor, architect and plumbing sub-contractor. It appears all renovations now will have to be borne b; the city. Poll supports j retention j of phone firm EDMONTON (CP) Edmon- ton 77 per cent of 600 persons polled recently agree the city should maintain the utility because of profits. The poll conducted by the company because of at- tempts by Attwrta Government Telephones to restrict the city- owned utility to boundaries agreed upon in 1963. The agreement was overturn- ed by a court order this year. Edmonton Telephones re- turns about million profit a year to the city.______ PUBLIC NOTICES PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT proposals to solve all the prob- lems once and for all. Problems started early in the pool's life. It took a lot of in- spections memos, letters and meetings just to get a roof leak fixed. Then the big problem of stop- ping pool leakages occurred. Prior to 1965 about was spent in repairs. In subsequent years the problems increased. Some pool cracks were repair- ed. Leakages continued. Some pipes were fixed. Leakages con- tinued. More pipes were fixed. Leakages continued. Pipes were plugged. Leakages con- tinued. Pipes were stabilized by SEALED TENDERS will be recelv- ed ny the undersigned up to 11 o'clock Location of the pipes Will A.M.rstandard Time on Friday, March necessitate partial pool de- s, 1971, for the construction of the foi- struction. Whether the pool N. of st Michael to E. of Andrew, Mile 51.00 to Mile 33.00, Hlahwav 45 E. of Two Hills to E. of 68.02 .0 Mile 79 81, Vroiect Jet. Hwy. 45 10 An- Irew, Mile 0.00 to Mile 0.52, Asphaltlc Concreti Pavement and Quantities, Tons of Ton Miles Haul. contract and Specifications may be obtained at the office of the Chief Con- Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, tfie office of the District Engineer, 1707 Sixth Street NW Calgary, Alberta, and the office of th. District Engineer, Adm nlstra- tlon Building, Ltthbrldge, Alberta, and Ince of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed Dlace of business in the province of Alberta A deposit of Twenty-Five Dpl- UfV payable to the Provin- cial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifi- cations taken. Each bid must ac- companied by a marked cheque or bond equa to 10% of Ten d e r. Tenders will be opened In The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. of Highways and Harries raps incentive program EDMONTON (CP) T federal government should stop immediately its industrial in- centive grant program except in special areas, Hu Hames, SbeS UP for Edmonton Strathcona, said here. The grants should be avail- able only to areas where there is "clearly a technological op- portunity accompanied by a high and continuing rate of un- he said. The current program was turning out to be the same as the last federal incentive pro- A million federal Irani was given to Imperial Oil to expand Hs fertilizer plant at Redwater, Alta., under the old program. "But this plant is in direct competition with Sherritt Gor- don, with a co operative plant at Calgary and a plant at Medi- cine Hat. None of them got a opens this year or not depends on the new and old problems which occur during pool filling. Perhaps permanent repairs or raconstruction can be accom- plished before the pool opens May 15 and then, again, per- haps not until later. Then again, maybe nothing will be done this year and the frus- trations and problems will have an opportunity to mutiply for next year. A lot depends on cost and how much money council can scrape up for the job. r. Harries said that under the new program, grants are being given to companies In- activity that would have been undertaken anyway. "This type of subsidy can be one of the causes of ment, not a cure. Far from seeking to remedy unemplo-- STthis sort of high-tax sub- sidy arrangement prolongs un- employment." Bond prices Supplied by Doherry Roadhouse and McCualg BIDS. GOVERNMENT OF CANADA BOND! GOVERNMENT OF CANADA ISUAIANTIED BONDS Ct.1. Not. UWT. 6 Apr. 1, '71 99.70 100.45 Sept. 1, 5V4% Oct. 1, 8 Jul. 1, Sept. 1, _. Perp. 3 Sep 15 41.25 43.75 8 Oct 1, '86103.25 109.50 Apr 1, '75 102.25 103.25 Jul 1, '75 104.75 105.75 However, if action is delay- ed much longer, there may be no pool left to worry about v Art Williams Wonderful World of Travel in Centre Vil- lage Mall now is an officially recognized travel agency. This month it received the Air Traf- fic Conference and Internation- al Air Transport Association appointments allowing the firm to book air travel anywhere in the world. Co owners Art Wil- liams and Howard Yano s i k purchased Butte Travel and now have all Butte appoint- ments. The Butte office on 3rd Ave. has been closed and all operations are centred in the Net earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Beaver Lumber Co. Ltd., year ended Dec. SI: 19JO, 742 000, 75 cents a share; 1969, British Columbia Sugar Re- finery Ltd., three months end- ed Dec 3i: 1S70, 34 centTa'share: 1969, 25 cents.____ Transport. '72 98.25 99.15 '75 93.50 93.50 '78 108.25 109.25 '83 81.25 82.75 membership. The seven bring the total to 80 on Montreal exchange. Three seats were sold last year at each. Sep. 1, '92 87.00 88.50 PROVINCIAL Alberta '90 105.00 107.00 Ontario 7 '88 96.25 97.75 Alberta w" '90 103.75 111.23 '80 105.00 107.00 7, '74 102.25 '74 102.25 Man Hyd 8 '91 102.00 103.00 Sask AGT 8 Man Tel 8 H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker COBTU Phone 344-3322 INDUSTRIAL Alta G T 9ViS> '90 103.00 105.00 Alcan '91 104.00 106.00 5ell Tel SVaT. '79 105.00 107.00 Bell Tel '93 107.50 109.50 CP Sec 'SO 101.00 103.00 Can Util '91 103.00 105.00 CMHC '90 104.00 106.00 Guif Oil '90 103.00 105.00 Inter P P '20 104.00 106.00 Massey '80 102.00 Noranda 9V4% '90 103.00 105.00 Int Nick '90 105.00 107.00 N and C G 9V4% '91 102.75 105.25 Steel Cdn 9V4% '89 106.00 T Cdn P '90 103.00 104.00 Tr Cdn P '90 105.00 106.00 CONVMTIILfl Alta G T '90 75.00 80.00 Cons Gas '89 95.00 97.00 Centre Village Mall. Extensive investigation preceded the ap- pointments, the appointments open the doors for the firm to proceed with its program of charters and tours. Thers will be a considerable number .of charters to various sporting events throughout the world. The first such charter was com- pletely booked this week with H persons going to the Boston Bruin California Golden Seal hockey game in Oakland. What doss a new industry mean to a city? A hypotheti- cal example, based on aver- ages but having many vari- ables which could alter these figures, shows that a new in- dustry drawing 100 factory workers from outside the com- munity, results in: 460 new people; 113 more households; 123 more school children; four new retail out- lets; 110 more cars registered; 49 more workers employed in jobs other than manufacturing; increase in persoanal income a year in the city; increase in retail sales a y.ear. RE: ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 The following applications for develop ment permits have been made to the Municipal Planning PUBLIC NOTICES NEW DEVELOPMENT This is a model of n million shopping and office da- scheduled for completion in Weaker trend evident By ART JOHNSON Canadian Press Staff Writer Canadian stock markets dropped lower again this week, PUBLIC NOTICES INVITATION TO TENDER A iS NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of MABELLE LUELLA BRYANS, late of the City of Lelh- KdSfcln the Province of Alberta, who died on the 30th day of December, ATAKE NOTICE mat all persons hav- Ino claims upon tile Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned 2nd day of March, 1971, a full statement of their claims and of secun- DAVIDSON AND WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitor! 201 Canada Trust Building Lelhbrldge, Alberta. Solicitors for the Executor. .....ilcipal Planning 7 .076 Mrs. Waldren to convert a single family residence to a semi-detached residence at 225 Dieppe Boulevard 71.077 R. Mcfiill to establish a home occupation Office In connection with cleaning business at IMS scenic Heights, Apartment No. 305. 71-079 Mr. L Gygi to establish, home UoTDry'Sng to establish home occupatior7- office jn connection with a drywall contractor at 1609 Ha" DATE 'of' HEARING: Wednesday, February 14, 1W1 Any person affected by the said pro- posal has the risht to present a brief pflor to the hearing and to be present End be heard at the hearing. Persons requiring "to be heard at the meeting shall submit briefs to the Development Officer not later than February 23, S' application for development and supporting data may be inspected in the city Hall in the office of the De- velopment Officer. Date: February 18, 1971 T. Kanashlro Development Officer March uoy. interest-rate reductions early in the five-day period. The Toronto Stock Kxchange's industrial index, a key indicator of market movement, lost 1.13 points to 176.50. At the Montreal and Canadian exchanges, the composite index dropped 1.09 to 174.11. Cm Monday, markets re- sponded to a reduction in the Bank of Canada's rate to 5.7a per cent from six per cent by moving upward. A bank rate re- duction is generally taken to easing monetary condi- mean tions. However, markets began to fall into a losing pattern Tues- day. A reduction in the Toronto Dominion Bank's prime rate to 6.75 per cent from seven per cent apparently had no effect on markets. Prime rate Is the Interest charged on loans to a bank's best customers. Canada's other chartered banks did not make similar reductions in their inter- est rates. It was the third consecutive week that Canadian stock mar- a have moved downward. 4LL STREET LOWER Wall Street showed similar er- ion this week. The Dow-Jonea erage of 30 industrial issues rmped 10.27 points to 876.56. olume at the New York Stock xchange was 74.58 million lares, compared with 110.61 rullion last week, the busiest ve days in the exchange's his- tory. However, the exchange was osed Monday, George Wash- ington's birthday. Canadian stock markets NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of WILLIAM GRANT, Scur Hain T Tr C P 5 1? WC Tr WC Tr VA% Dynasty 7 Ackland VA '88 95.00 97.00 '89 90.00 92.00 '88 86.00 88.00 '91 112.00 1M.OO I '82 65.00 75.00 '88 75.00 80.00 them. DAVIDSON AND WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for Executors. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of KATIE ELIZA BOLDUC, late of the Town of Vulcan, in the Province of Alberta, Married Woman, who died on the 2nd day of February, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitor by the 29th day of March, A D 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by-them. MOSCOVICH, MOSCOVICH, SPANOS AND MATISZ 1 Oliver Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. (Solicitors for the Executors) Auto rates unchanged this NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of Katie Slawosky, late of the City of Lethbridge, in the Prov- ince of Alberta, widow, who died on the ind day of December, 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav. Ing claims upocn the estate of the above named must file wilh the under- signed solicitor by the 30th day of vwrch, A.D. 1971, a full statement of their claim and of securities held by them. JOHN VASELENAK, Q.C. Suite D. Metcalfe Building Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for Executors Edward SlowsKy and Victoria NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of LADISLAUSKI KIN- DAY, late of the City of LrthnrWgc, in the Province of Alberta, who died on 12th day of December, A.D. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hsv- Ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file wllh the undersigned SolTcttorsby the 20th day of March, AD 1971 lal1 statement of their claims and 3 securities held by them. DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 201 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executor. Co. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 1003 4th Avenue South, Lethbridge Announce the opening of PROFESSIONAL OFFICES At: 239 24th Street FORT MACLEOD, ALBERTA Attended Tuesdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. And 140 Main. Street North MILK RIVER, ALBERTA Attended Thursdays 9 a.m. to p.m. TELEPHONE Lelhbridge 328-4426 Milk River 647-3544 Fort Macleod 234-3944 year REGINA (CP) The minis- ter in charge of the Saskatch- ewan Government Insurance Office told the legislature here here that automobile insurance rates will be unchanged this year despite general increases in the private sector. I am pleased to advise motorists that for the fourth consecutive year there will be no increase in Saskatchewan premiums for private passen- ger, farm truck or any category of A. C. Cameron said. Mr. Cameron also announced that the success of the Automo- bile Accident Insurance Act has allowed the government to make changes in surcharges. At present, drivers must pay a surcharge of if they arc more than 50 per cent respon- sible for an accident involving damage of more than With the change, the sur- charge will be applied on acci- dents involving damage of ?75 or more. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of Sven Verhaug, late of Enchant, In the Province of Alberta, ho died on the day of January, NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of JOHN EDWIN DEAN BINNS, late of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberte, Retired Manager, who died on the itn day of February, 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 22nd day of March A D 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. MOSCOVICH, MOSCOVICH, SPANOS MATIS2 1 Oliver Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. (Solicitors for the Administratrix) JUDICIAL SALE OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY The following property Is offered for sale by tender subject to ths res- frictions In the existing Certflcate PB) In Block Twelve (12) on Plan lethbridge 2B96 I.B. EXCEPTING thereout all mines end Municipal address being 618 27th St. North, Lethbridge, Alberta There Is constructed on the said property a three (3) bedroom home Tenders In sealed envelopes marKed S.c. action I486! accompanied by a marked cheque or cash for 10% of he amount of the tender must be In the hands of the Clerk of the supreme Court, Court House, Lethbridge, Al- berta, by o'clock noon, March of the purchase price shall paid Into court within 30 days after acceptance of tender, n the successful tenderer does not com- plete the purchase after acceptance of this tender, the deposit shall be for- feited. The highest or any tender not necessary accepted. Cheques of un- successful tenderers will be returned "Em Ciuunngham shareholders okay merger VANCOUVER (CP) Share- holders of Cunningham Druf Stores were toH here that con version of the 72 Cunningham stores to the Stoppers Dru mart concept should be com pleted this year at a cost of million. The announcement was mad by Murray Koffler of Toronto president of Koffler Store Ltd, at a meeting of Cunning ham shareholders where th acquisition their company b Koffler Stores (B.C.) Ltd. wa endorsed by turning in more than 87 per cent of total ou standing shares. The acquisita tion was valued at about TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitor by the day of March, 1971, a full statement of their claims ind of securities held by them. VIRTUE AND COMPANY Solicitors for Agnes Verhaug, Executrix 106 McFarland Building Lethbridge, Alberta million. Ralph Cunningham, man of Cunningham orEfurther Particulars orurer apply to HUCKVALE, WILDE and KRUSHEL, Acadla Building, 612 3rd Avenue South, Of February, A.D., APl'.JOVED: L S. Turcotle Local Judge of the Supreme Court Alex A. Gilchrist Clerk of tha Supremt Court. chair Drugs ma said the merger will estabhs Canada's first "retail dm chain." Combined operatic: will have 176 outlets, making the largest Canadian compan in the retail drug industry. JOINS AIR CANADA MONTREAL (CP) W. McGill, president and ma aging director of Air Jamai since 1968, has been appoint director of inflight service f Air Canada, the airline an noinced Friday. His appoir ment is effective April I. Canadian STOCK momcm started 1971 with a rally extend- ng to several weeks but observ- ers say corrections may now n order. Babson's February Canadian Investment Letter says the rally in stock prices "is based mainly lan the prospect of dramatical- y-higher earnings and ver the new term." The investment letter says "a near-term correction in stock prices is but after the ip, prices should "resume their upward pattern." On index at Toronto, base rretals were down 2.50 to 92.44 and western oils 5.00 to 204.96. Volume dropped to 1.95 _ mil- ion shares from 11.50 million ast week. At the Montreal and Canadian exchanges, combined volume was 5.07 million shares, down rom 6.04 million last week. Losses outnumbered gains 217 to 157. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of ELMER FRANCIS RENNING, late of the Village of Car- manqay, In the Province of Alberta, who died on the day of November, that all persons hav- ing claims upon the estale of the above named must file with the undersigned Sollcilors by the 31st day of March, 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. RICE, PROWSE, MACLEAN AND BABKI Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lelhbrldge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Leaders in the manufacture.of FARM MACHINERY ;