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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 26-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD July 1974 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS Have S15.000 to invest in business. Will consider partnership or buy out- right. Write Box 2 Herald. 4944-6 PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S -328-5548 C5216-U SCHWARTZ Agencies Limited College Mall Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available We con- sider all types of mortgage loans. C9969-6 90 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND1 DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. C1936-tf J L. ROOFING Built up cedar shakes re-rooting asphalt shfngles roof maintenance Phone 328-0831. 2898-H Fences ouill Miscellaneous building Concrete pat'OS. all repairs. Jim 328- 3983 house painting and all repairs Phone Ben 327-3606 17-tt Qualified Custom Painters concrete houses etc. Phone collect. 752-3796. Raymond 9507-tt Quality concrete driveways and paper and wiring. Phone 327-3432 evenings 4719-tf ft backhoe and loader hourly rates of by contract Phone 328-5806 C9654-U Fred Sterner cement old basements dug. water proofing In- sured Phone 327-8286 462-tl Complete Basement and Frammq Estimates Phone Harold 4762-15 R AND K CONSTRUCTION Cement contractors. floors. Estimates. Days 323-1468 evenings 327-2627 or 327-2983 4304-tf FRONT-END LOADER AND TRUCK DIG DRIVEWAYS. TOP SOIL AND FILL DIRT 328-7692 4973-tt TRENCHING AND Installations FOR MOST EVERYTHING WE GO ANYWHERE PRAIRIE DITCHING COMPANY PHONE 327-8280 C9931-29Jy NOTICE RETLAW FIELD APPLICATION NO. 7793 TAKE NOTICE unless objection by a person having a bona fide interest in the matter is filed on or before July with the undersigned and with the applicant at its address set out the Board may grant an application by Gascome Projects Ltd for approval to construct and operate a gas processing plant to be located in Legal Subdivision 12 of Section 19. Township Range West of the 4th Meridian. The plant would oe designed to process 15 million cubic feet per day of raw gas which would result in production of 13.7 million cubic feet per day of residue gas and 18.5 barrels per day of pentanes plus. The maxi- mum permitted sulphur dioxide emission rate would be 1.68 long tons per day and would be emitted through a 100-foot flare stack. Copies of the application and information and particulars filed in support thereof may be ob- tained by interested persons from Gascome Projects Ltd.. 470-8th Avenue Calgary. Alberta. T2P 1E5 DATED At Alberts on June 28. 1974. N. A. Board Solicitor 603 5th Avenue S.W. Alberta T2P OT4 Regional Economic Expansion Bf Expansion Economique Regionale BRAMARK CONTRACTORS work drilling bjci'noe work loading. 3P7-5817 or 329-0325 4536-11 Garage cement work and stuccoing Anderson and Sorenson Construction. 1020 7th Ave. S Phone 327-6682 C7377-K Contractor all repairs renovations my blocks bncks fireplaces slone ..'lying sidewalks cemenl finishing sluccomg. hi house builder small accepted 329- 4678 4099-II PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE Notice is hereby given that the town of Picture Butte proposes to pass a Qylaw to close a lane for the purpose of incorporation within a replottmg scheme in accordance with Section 175 of the Municipal Government Chapter Statutes of Alberta. 1 All that portion of lane lying to the north of lot 10 Block Plan 1239JK -2 All that portion of lane lymq to the north of lot 8. Block 21. Plan 1239JK The plan of the proposed replottmg scheme affecting the proposed bylaw may be inspected at the town ot- lice during normal business hour' Any person wishing to make representation regarding the proposed bylaw must signify their intent to the Town Secretary not later than July by 5 p.m. Earl Mcllroy. Town of Picture Butle. B12 PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION TENDER WATER AND SEWAGE PUMPING STATIONS Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2.00 p m.. local Regina time. Thursday. July for the City of Swift Current Contract 7 Water and Sewage Pumping Stations. The sue of the work is located in the City of Swift Current. Saskatchewan The work consists of the supply of all plant labor services and materials for the construction of a water pumping sta- tion over an existing pump well at the South Hill Reservoir Included are the supply and installation of Iwo one standby propane the in- stallation of a third which is to be moved from the North Hill Reser- voir as well as ail interconnecting pipework. Two new sewage lift oumps are to be supplied and install- ed m existing lift stations and one new pump for tha North Hill Reservoir. The work ol this contract is required to be completed by June 30. 1975 The plans and specifications may oe viewed in the Swift Regina. Saskatoon and Win- nipeg offices of the local Builders' Ex- change or Construction Association specifications instructions and forms for bidding may be obtain- ed from the undersigned at his office n Regina. upon deposit of twenty-five dollars cash or a certified cheque for the payable to the Receiver General which deposit will be redeemable upon the return OT plans and specifications in good order within one month after tenders have closed. Tenders will not be con- sidered unless made on the form supplied and in accordance with in- structions supplied with the specifications. Tenders must be ac- companied by security in the amount and form specified in the instructions The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted By Order W. M. Berry Chief Engineer. PFRA 401 Motherwell Bi'iidmg Regina. Saskatchewan S4P OR5 B9 SALE OF LANDS BY TENDER BY LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 The following property is offaiea lor sale by tender subject to the restrictions in the existing Certificates ol Title- Lots 136 and Plan Lethbridge 4368 K Excepting out of Lot 136 the replotting scneme on Plan Lethbridge 7006 J.K. EXCEPTING thereout all mines and minerals and the right to work the same. The above lots are unsubdivided parcels containing 4.75 acres in Lot 136 and 4.79 acrs m Lot 151 and are located in the Southeast Lakeview area of Lethbridge. Tenders in sealed envelopes accompanied by a marked cheque or cash for of the amount of the tender must be in the hands of the Secretary-Treasurer of School District by o'clock August 20th. A.D 1974. The Lots may be tendered for either separately or together. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid to the Secretary- Treasurer within thirty days after acceptance of tender. If the successful tenderer does not complete the purchase price after acceptance of his the deposit shall be forfeited The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Jheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them nor runner information apply to Mr. M. V. Crumley Secretary-Treasurer Lethbridge School District No. 51 433 15th Street South Alberta B13 Regional Economic Expansion Expansion Economique Regionale PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION TENDER SEWER AND WATER SERVICES Sealed tenders will be received by undersigned until p.m.. local Regina time.'Thursday. July 25. 1974 the Town of Winkler Contract 2 Sewer and Water Services. The site of the work is located in the Town of Manitoba The work con- sists of the supply of ail plant labor services and materials for the in- stallation ol approximately 965 feet of 8-mch sewer mains. feet of 10- mch sewer mains. 920 feet of 12-inch sewer 3.170 feet of 6-inch water mams and 835 feet of 8-inch water along with gate hydrants and other associated work. Completion of the work is required by November 1974. The plans and specifications may be viewed in the Regina. Winnipeg. Brandon and Calgary of- fices of the local Builders' Exchange or Construction Association. instructions and forms for bidding may be obtain- ed from the undersigned at his office in upon deposit of twenty five dollars cash or a certified cheque for the payable to the Receiver General for which deposit will be redeemable upon the return of the plans and specifications .n good order within one month after tenders have closed. Tenders will not be considered unless made on the form supplied and in accordance with instructions supplied with the specifications. Tenders must be ac- companied by security in the amount and form specified in the instruction. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By Order W. M. Berry Chief Engineer. PFRA 401 Motherwell Building Saskatchewan S4P OR5 B10 BUILDING LIT AGAIN NEW YORK The lights that flooded the top 30 floors of the Empire State Building until the onset of energy crisis last year were relit Wednesday night. ISRAEL PLANS VILLAGES AGNEW IN BUSINESS Md. Former vice-president Spiro Agnew has moved into a new suite of offices in an industrial park but he won't say what he's going to use it for. don't understand why anybody cares what I'm going to be he told a reporter. a private TEL AVIV But several persons Israel plans to set up 25 ad- in adjacent offices said the ditional settlements in oc- recently-disbarred lawyer cupied Arab territories over will use the the next five Jewish three-room office for an sources said Wednesday. import-export business. In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTHS SALLENBACH Lou and Arlene are proud to announce the arrival of their chosen Craig Tyler. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Thornton and Mr. and Mrs. K. Sallenbach. In- sured. 5076 KYLLO Jerry and Susan are pleased to announce the birth of a son Shawn Michael Ibs. 9 on June at St. Michael's Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. N. Turner Valley. In- sured. 5063 EDWARDS Brian and Geneal are happy to announce the birth of their first a Jennifer 5 Ibs. 12 born July 1974. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards and Mrs. Ardella Bennett. In- sured. 5077 DUCHAN W. and Pauline would like to announce the birth of their Jeremy who arrived June weighing 7 Ibs. 9 oz. The proud grandparents are Mrs. Helen Duchan of and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lalonde of B.C. Insured 5123 DEATHS O'BRIEN Passed away suddenly in Calgary on July Miss Laurie Diane O'Brien at the age of 18 beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Dale O'Brien of 1014 15th St. S. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on July 1974 in McKillop United Church with Rev. Katherine officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C100 WRIGHT James passed away in Sask. on July 1974 at the age of 82 years. Mr. Wright had resided in Southern Alberta for many years prior to moving to Saskatchewan. He is survived by two Jim of Lethbridge and Basil of B.C. and by two Mrs. Rose Dahl of Red Deer and Mrs. Mildred Jensen of also by 12 grandchildren and one his wife Mary predeceased him in 1941. A service will be held at the graveside in Mountain View on Saturday July 1974 at a.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Directors of Funeral Service. C97 DEATHS BRANDVOLD Passed away in Carmangay on July 1974 Mr. Leonard Melvin Brandvold at the age of 81 beloved husband of Mrs. Lucille Brandvold of Carmangay. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C98 BABICK Passed away suddenly in Calgary on July Mr. John Babick at the age of 16 beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Babick of 509 18th St. S. Prayers will be said at p.m. on July 1974 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass Will be celebrated at a.m. on July 1974 in St. Patrick's Catholic Church with Rev. Father J. A. Carroll O.M.I. Celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C99 IN MEMORIAM HOLTOM In loving memory of a dear Vincent infant son of Charles and Sheilagh who passed away July Little did we know that What sorrow the day would For the call was the shock To part with one we loved so dear. You were taken from us without a chance to say good- A page in history softly turned as you were laid away. But as long as life and memory lasts You will be remembered day by day. remembered and sadly missed by grandpa and grandma Holtom 4762 CARDS OF THANKS THE WARNER COMMUNITY RODEO ASSOCIATION Thanks everyone who helped in any way making a success. 4975-5 CARDS OF THANKS GUNDLOCK Our most heartfelt for kindness shown by relatives and friends during our recent ordeal. A special thanks to the doctor and staff at the Municipal Hospital for their talent and devotion when Phyllis was hospitalized. Phyllis and Emil Gundlock and family 4974-5 ANDERSON Words fail to convey our gratitude and appreciation to our relatives and friends for the many expressions of kindness and sympathy in the loss of our dear husband and father. A special thank you to all who helped in any way with donations to the Sunrise Ranch and gifts of food. May God bless you all. Anderson and family. 5124 Patterns Crochet a 7103 EVERSON The family of the late Mrs. Ida Everson wish to thank the doctors of the Haig Clinic and the medical staff on the fourth floor of Municipal Hospital for their nursing care during her illness. We also wish to thank Bishop L. Burbank and Roy Hirsche and all the relatives and friends who assisted in so many ways during the loss of our beloved mother and grandmother. and Lucille 5064 Intrigue everyone coming and going in this lacy Top off shirts 'n' pants or dresses with this spider-web vest. Crochet of sport yarn or double strand mercerized cottnri Pattern 7103- S M L incl. 75 cents each pattern cheque or money order Add 15c each pattern for first-class mail and special handl- ing to Alice care of The Lethbridge Herald. 60 Progress Ave.. Scarborough. Ont Mil 4P7. Nccdlecraft Dept.. Address. Print plainly Pattern Address. ELECT LET'S TALK HOME OWNERSHIP Bessie Annand NDP is the average price of a house in Lethbridge. To qualify for a mortgage one would require a down payment and an income in excess of a year. On an average income of in 1974 how many people in need of housing can Land speculators have pushed up costs of building lots and the chartered banks have forced up interest rates seven times in the past year to since last If one can a mortgage means a monthly payment of plus taxes. The NDP will put a ceiling of on home mortgages and adjust present loans. This will provide homes for more people and save the home purchaser a month or a year on house payments. For action vote NDP. ELECT BESSIE ANNAND ON JULY 8 Archbishop says Britain facing inflation disaster England In- flation is draining away the wealth of the Church of Eng- but this enforced pover- ty may lead to spiritual the next Archbishop of Canterbury said today. Dr. Donald the cur- rent archbishop of York who succeeds Dr. Michael Ramsey in November as spiritual leader of the church and of the worldwide Anglican Com- cited a newspaper editorial that said Britain is facing an dis- are grave and weighty and we neglect them at our he told the General Synod of the church at the opening of its summer session. the church in the coming years will be stripped of much of its possessions through the exigencies of the economic situation is almost certain. But must this be regarded as an unmitigated it not be a case of God stripping His church for May it not be a means of a call to hear what the spirit is saying to the DECRIES SYSTEM The archbishop decried self- the lack of a sense of vocation in many and educational system which overdevelops the acquisitive and competitive rather than eliciting the wide variety of gifts which can be found in any given classroom full of A number of churches in England have had to sell their gold and silver plate in recent both to maintain their parish work and the church buildings. The treasures are legacies and selling them has caused much controversy. Some clergymen are agitating publicly for sizable increases in their low salaries. The financial of- ficials of the church say the pay can only be raised by the laity digging deeper into their pockets for their parish priests. Makarios accuses Greeks NICOSIA President Makarios accused the Greek government today for the first time in public of supporting a movement for his overthrow. At his monthly press brief- ing Makarios. also archbishop of accused the military junta ruling Greece of aiming at the introduction of dictatorship into Coast Guard blamed for inept rescue Tex. Edward who spent 13 hours in shark-infested waters with his wife and five has criticized the way the United States Coast Guard handled their rescue. Home's 43-foot cabin cruiser. Princess sank in a storm Monday night off Fla. Edward Jr.. and Billy. 10. died while en route by helicopter to Tyndall Air Force Base in Panama City. Fla. Biiiy had an arm and a ieg mangled by a shark. Edward Jr. apparently died of shock and exposure. who lives said Thursday the coast guard should have had oxygen in the rescue and accused the coast guard of not resuming the air search until three hours after daylight Tuesday. very bitter because it was criminal not to have oxy- Home said. ward was alive when picked up and I can't say he would have lived had he had oxygen. we were told on the rescue fishing boat it was imperative that he have MISSED BY 'COPTER Home said he radioed the exact position of the cruiser about p.m. and he saw a helicopter make two passes in the distance during the night but that the air search was not resumed until three hours after daylight. A coast guard spokesman in New Orleans said a rescue cutter left Point Lobos 45 minutes after receiving the distress signal. He said a plane and a helicopter left that night and searched throughout the night. The coast guard said addi- tional units were called the following morning and continued to search a 4.300- square-mile area that covered a 35-mile radius from the point where the distress signal was sent. Concerning the lack of oxy- a coast guard statement coast guard policy- is not to carry paramedics or hospital corpsmen on routine search-and-rescue missions in as much as 90 per cent' of search and rescue missions occur within 30 minutes flying time from the shore where medical facilities are main- tained. coast guard deeply re- grets the loss to the Home family. This as does every search-and-rescue points up the need for improved boating safety and adequate survival equipment. Had the Princess Dianne carried a dinghy or liferaft for open- water they might have found the temporary pro- tection needed in this emer- Candidates' calendar BESSIE New Democrat Tonight Campaigning in Lethbridge. Saturday campaigning in Lethbridge. Afternoon and campaigning in Fort Macleod. SVEN Liberal Saturday At parade at Fort 2 p.m. KEN Progressive Conservative Tonight Welcoming Stanfield at airport. Saturday Stanfield rally at Henderson Lake park. Fort Macleod Centennial celebrations. VERN Social Credit Nothing reported. TREMGO Concrete Floor Paint. It has a finish tough enough to walk on. high gloss finish for base- laundry and rec rooms. Dries in 2 hours. Easy to stops concrete dusting. Can be tiled overanytimo. Woolco Woodwards Beaver Lumber Revelstoke Lumber Pro Hardware Link Hardware Simpsons Sears Zellers ;