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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 84 - THB IETHBRIDGE HERAID - Wednesday, January 13, 1971 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MOTEL - On first street Claresholm, Albert*. Half way between Calgary and Lethbrldge. Excellent location near centre of town and No. 3 highway. Room for considerable expansion. Reasonably priced with suitable terms. Only $25,000 down. HAY AGENCIES LTD. College Mall Phone 327-7077 C199B-14 74 LOANS & INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1972 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest Interest rates available. First and second mortgages. C201M6 75 CONTRACTS BORGE RAVEN - 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C6319-ff GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7377-tf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE - NO CHANGING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 328-5745. C1936-tf INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DESIGN and finishing. Carpentry, upholstery and remodelling. Phone 326-9879 or 329-3856. 1319-tf FRED STEINER - CEMENT WORK, eld basements dug,, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. C3661-M PUBLIC NOTICES BIDS Bids will be received on the following lands located 12 miles East of Milk River. S. E. V* section IB. Township 2, Range 14 M4. N. E. Vt section 7 Township 2, Range 14 M4. Lowest or any bids not necessarily accepted. Mrs. Margaret Wilson McKnlght i Estate J Reply to Box 21, The Lethbrldge T Herald J31 CITY OF IETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT, 1963 and IN THE MATTER of City of Lethbrldge By-Law No. 2935, being a By-Law to amend By-Law 2750, being a By-Law with respect to zoning for the City of Lethbrldge TAKE NOTICE THAT on Monday, The 25th day of January, 1971, at the hour of 8:00 o'clock In the afternoon In the Council Chamber of City Hall, the Council of the City of Lethbrldge will hold a Public Hearing pursuant to Section 130 of The Planning Act to consider the proposed By-Law 2935 to amend By-Law 2750, known as the Zoning By-Law. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT the proposed By-Law 2935 will emend the Zoning Map by deleting from Zone Rl - Residential end delineating as Zone C-8 - Commercial (Highway) the lands described as Lots One (1) to Three (3) Inclusive and the South Twenty-live (25) feet ef Lot Four (4) ALL In Block Twenty (20) In Plan LETHBRIDGE 1461-G.O. and municipally known as 322/334 23rd Street South. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT the proposed By-Law 2935 will amend the Zoning Map by deleting from Roadway and delineating e� Tone C-8 - Commercial (Highway) the lands described as: That portion of 4th Avenue South In the City of Lethbrldge as closed by By-Law 2912 which lies between the westerly boundary of the Intersection with 23rd Street and the East boundary of the Intersection of Mayor Magrath Drive as protected by a line between the Westerly boundaries �f Block 8, Plan LETHBRIDGE 8593-G.B. and Block Z, Plan LETHBRIDGE 142-G.T. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT the proposed By-Law J935 will emend the Zoning Map by deleting from Zone M2 - Public Utility and delineating as Zone C-6 - Commercial (Neighborhood 1 the lands described es: FIRSTLY: That portion of laneway closed by By-Law No. 5934 which lies between Block Two (2), Plan LETHBRIDGE 142-G.T. and Block Twenty (20), Plan LETHBRIDGE 1461-G.O. extending northerly from the most southerly boundaries of said Block Z and Block Twenty (20) a distance of One Hundred and Seventy-flve (1751 feet and which Is municipally known as that portion of the north-south lane which Is ad|acent to 322/334  23rd Street South AND SECONDLY: That portion of the water reservoir alte which Is located on Mayor Ma-ejrath Drive and being Block Z, Plan LETHBRIDGE 8142-G.T., being the most Southerly Ten (10) feet thereout, end the most Easterly Eighteen (18) feet of the most Southerlv One Hundred and Seventy-live (175) feet AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT the proposed By-Law 2935 will emend the Zoning Map by deleting from Zone Rl - Residential and delineating as laneway the lands de scribed as: The most Northerly TwenW . five (25) feet throughout of Lot Four (4) In Block Twenty (20), Plan LETHBRIDGE 8142-G.T. and municipally known as 322 . 23rd Street South. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT a copy of the proposed By-Law may be Inspected at the office of the Hty Clerk In the City Hall during the normal office hours. And FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person who wishes to make representation concerning the proposed By-Law shall first file a written submission with the city Clerk not later than 12:00 o'clock noon on Friday, the 22nd duy of January, 1971. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT such persons as tile such writ-Jen submission may appear at the Public Hearing to make representations and to answer questions at City Council concerning their submission, but sub|ect to the condition that oral representation In support of a brief will be limited to thirty minutes and one rebuttal period of no more than ten minutes. DATED at the City of Lethbrldge this 7th day of January, 1971 John Gerla City Clerk J17 WINTER COMFORT INNISFAIL, Alta. (CP) Winter comfort for cattle in this erea of southern Alberta _ being provided by a wood-preserving plant. Shavings from the production of fence posts ... the plant at nearby Cayley are serving as an excellent replace ment for hay as bedding in sev eral corrals and feedlots. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams BIRTH RUTTEN - Pat and Jean are pleased to announce the arrival of Cameron Robert, 8 lbs., 1 oz, on January 10, 1971 in St. Michael's Hospital. Insured. 2006 DEATHS KEim - Monday, January 11, 1971, Edgar Skyler Kehr, aged 73 years, Vulcan. Services at the Church of Christ, Vulcan, Thursday at 1:30 p.m., the Rev. R. J. Pelham officiating. Interment, Vukan Cemetery. Vulcan Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements. C2033 ENGLESON - Passed away at Taber on Monday, January 11, 1971, Ellen (Nellie), at the age of 79 years. Funeral services will be conducted from the Knox United Church in Taber on Thursday, January 14 at 2:00 p.m., with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber, in charge of arrangements. C2032 ELLISON - Funeral services for Mrs. Jenny Ellison, former resident of Lethbridge who passed away In Winnipeg, Manitoba on Tuesday, January 12, 1971, will be held January 15, 1971. She was predeceased by her husband Edward; one son, William MacDonald of Lethbridge. Survivors include one son Charlie MacDonald of Winnipeg; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren of Lethbridge, Calgary and Winnipeg. Thompson's Funeral Home, in charge. 2037 WILCOX - Passed away in the city on Thursday, Harold Allen, beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen Wilcox of Scandia. Besides his loving parents he is survived by his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilcox of Scandia, and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wintemute of Lethbridge A graveside service was held at 1:00 p.m. this Wednesday, January 13, 1971, with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment followed in Arehmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C2035 CARDS OF THANKS TTAUR - We sincerely thank the relatives, friends and neighbors for the gifts, flowers and cards and all who helped to make our 50th anniversary such a happy occasion. -John and Ethel Ttaur. 2007 BEGALLI - We would like to express our sincere thanks to our friends and relatives for masses, flowers, sympathy cards and cancer fund donations; for the food brought to our home and church and to all who called and helped in any way during our recent bereavement. Your acts of kindness will be gratefully remembered. A special thank you to the HardieviJle Community and the boys who kept our walks clean, God bless you all. -Anne Begalli, The Begalli families. 2008 BUSTARD - Passed away on Tuesday, January 12, 1971, Florence Lillian Bustard, aged 80 years, of Pincher Creek. Bora in North Bay, Ontario, she moved to Pincher City (now Pincher Station) in 1897. She married Fredrick George Bustard at Pincher Station and resided in the Summerview district until retiring to Pincher Creek in 1958. She Is survived by three sons, George of Brocket, Fred of Pincher Creek and Lome of Claresholm; three daughters, Mrs. R. (Hazel) Gregory, Mrs. G. S. (Edna) McClain of Pincher Creek and Mrs. H. (Ella) Best of Claresholm; 17 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren; one brother, Fred Read of Seattle; one sister, Mrs. Bessie Sinnott of Pincher Creek. Predeceased by her husband in 1944, one son and one daughter. The funeral service will be held in the Pincher Creek United Church on Friday, January 15 at 2:00 p.m., Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Interment, Fairview Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. C2034 Three flown to safety CALGARY (CP) - Three persons missing for 24 hours in a downed Cessna 180 aircraft were flown to safety Tuesday night. Capt. Greg Robinson of the Canadian Forces Base, Naimao, pilot of.a Hercules aircraft that spotted tho downed plane and its occupants, said that the three had been picked up and were suffering no ill effects. The three, pilot Gerald Toews, 19, of Calgary and passengers Paulette Ostihue and Bob Wit-lawd of Fort Franklin, N.W.T., were reported missing Monday on a 375-mile flight from Fort Franklin to Hay River, N.W.T. Temperatures in the area, 750 miles northeast of Edmonton, went to about 30 degrees below zero overnight. FIXED ASSETS CALGARY (CP) - Statistics released recently show Alberta Pool Elevators, a co-operative association owned by farmers, has more than 52,300 members with fixed assets of $57.7 million. It has 520 country elevators, 654 annexes and four seed plants with a total grain capacity of more than 48 million bushels. The pool has 1,227 employees. B.C. reels under new snowfall VANCOUVER (CP) - A major new snowfall hit the city of Vancouver and the lower British Columbia mainland early today, closing city schools and threatening to disrupt traffic just as the area was beginning to recover from an earlier storm. The weather office said 8.3 inches of snow fell in the seven-hour period ending at 5 a.m. PST-including three inches in one hour-bringing the total snowfall at Vancouver International Airport to 21.2 inches since Sunday night. Another three to six inches was forecast for Vancouver and Victoria, both of which have been affected by a transit strike since Jan. 4. The weather office said the total snow accumulation on the ground at the Vancouver airport today was one foot. Ex-Nazi killer dies at 65 DUESSELDORF (Reuter) - Former Nazi SS Gen. Heimlich Lammerding, 65, sentenced to death in his absence by the French for the murder of hundreds of French villagers during the Second World War, died today after a long illness, members of his family reported. He had moved to the West German town of Gredling some time ago from his native Dues-seldorf where he was a successful building contractor. INDICTED - Eqbal Ahmad, 40, above, has been named a defendent by the U.S. government in an indictment on charges of plotting to kidnap presidential advisor Henry A. Kissinger and blow up heating systems of federal buildings. Fraud trial adjourned to Jan. 18 CALGARY (CP) - An Alberta Supreme Court trial in the case of two city men ac cused of defrauding persons of $72,500 was adjourned here to Jan. 18. The adjournment will give counsel an opportunity to exa mine documents entered in evidence for the crown. Anthony Roy Leir and Stephen Franklin Predy are charged with defauding about 30 persons between Jan. 31 and Nov. 1, 1966, in the sale of Escrow shares of West Moly Mimes Ltd. In testimony, Anna Kellow of Calgary said she pulled $7,500 out of a mutual fund to invest in a mining venture and did not recover any of it. Other witnesses said as far as they knew shares in the mining property near Kam-loops, B.C. were never listed or traded and they said they have not recovered their money. Clairtone delisted HALIFAX (CP) - Clairtone Sound Corp. stock was delisted on the Toronto Stock Exchange today "in fairness to our shareholders" because of poor business prospects, President G. A. MacDonald said. The action was taken at the company's request, he said. Unaudited figures from Clairtone accountants had indicated continued losses during the last six months and there were no prospects for work to keep the Clairtone plant at Stellarton, N.S., going in the immediate future. About 20 workers are employed in "token" operations at Stellarton now, Mr. MacDonald said. Cheaper imports have undercut the market for North American-made television and stereo units and for sub-contracted electronic components. Seventy-three per cent of Clairtone stock is held by the Nova Scotia government. It closed at 30 cents a share in Toronto Tuesday. In 1967 it reached $15.25. Govt, gun at head of steelmakers WASHINGTON (Reuter) -The U.S. steel industry was under notice from the White House today to reconsider any plans to raise prices, or else face more government - sanctioned competition from lower-priced foreign imports. The White House issued a thinly-veiled warning 24 hours after Bethlehem Steel Corp., America's No. 2 producer, announced price increases averaging 12 per cent for steel used in shipbuilding and construction. Bethlehem spokesmen declined commnt on the president's reaction. There was no immediate indication whether any other major producers, including U.S. Steel, the biggest manufacturer, intended to follow Bethlehem's lead. Presidential spokesman Ronald Ziegler shied away from any suggestion that Nixon was trying to strong-arm the steel industry, although! the president's expression of concern was reminiscent of President Kennedy's celebrated attack on U.S. Steel for its price increases in 1961. REVIEW UNDER WAY But, Ziegler warned: "Although we do not want to assume what action other companies will take ... it is felt that they should know that the government is reviewing what action we may take in relation to the import of foreign steel to this country." The trenchant terms of the President's warning to Ameri-can steelmakers-although carefully expressed as deep concern-were seen as an indication of administration anxiety that higher steel prices might eventually drive up consumer prices at a time when the government is trying hard to keep inflation under control and shift toward an expansionary economy. Bethlehem's price Increases -by $16 and $17 a ton effective March 1-were announced Monday, the same day that Nixon ordered a liberalization in the rules for tax claims on depreciation of business and industry equipment. Chief beneficiaries of any change in American steel import policies would be Japan and the European Common Market, each of which voluntarily limited annual steel exports to the United States to 5,750,000 short tons. Currie Barracks renovation begins soon CALGARY (CP) - A $5.8-million renovation plan for Currie Barracks is scheduled to begin in March with work on a new $550,000 junior ranks mess, it' was announced here. Brig.-Gen. C. J. A. Hamilton said the over-all program will consolidate existing facilities and remove the need for buildings constructed 15 to 25 years ago. City planners co-operating with the Canadian Forces personnel estimated the base's 2,400 men add $30 million to the city's economy every year. Summations delivered at Montreal MONTREAL (CP) - No defence witnesses were called today before summations were delivered to the 12-man jury hearing the seditious libel case iigainst Robert Langevin that began Monday. Langevin, 21, Is accused of being the author of a plan scribbled in a notebook to overthrow the Quebec government by force with the use of "guerrilla" fighters. The revolution was to be accomplished by 3,060 underground fighters operating initially in five-man cells. As Crown Prosecutor Bruno Pateras delivered his summing up, shouting and chanting could be heard outside the courthouse by a group of demonstrating university students. The brief demonstration by about 200 young people, in stinging sub-zero weather, was peaceful. The marchers, who described themselves as law students at the University of Montreal, distributed a petition said to have 365 signatures protesting what they called political interference in Quebec's judicial process. The Crown ended Its case against Langevin Tuesday. ON THE INCREASE SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. (CP) - Drug charges in the Sault Ste. Marie area increased 165 per cent in 1970, figures released recently by the RCMP show. An RCMP spokesman said that In 1968 two charges were laid under the Food and Drug Act and the Narcotics Control Act. This jumped to 20 in 1969 and to 53 last year. Pattern 6<7 QOa B��A Travel from now into Spring in this flattering, new cape. INSTANT CROCHET capt - fashionable thing to fling over pants, skirts, dresses Use worsted, No. 9 hook for lacy, solid bands. Pat. 7479; Sim to fit (10-16) and (18-42). 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