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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGI HERAID Friday, June 2, 1972 PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF LETHBR1DGE MATTER OF THE PLAN- assess THERETO IN THE MATTER of the City of Leth- bridge By-law No. 3042, being a Bv- to amend! By-law 2750. being a with respect to zoning for the City of TAKEidNOTlCE THAT on Monday, 9th day of June, 1972, at the hour of o'clock in the a ternoon in the Council Chamber of City Hail the Council of the City of Lethbndse hold Public Hearing pursuant to Portion 130 of The Planning ACT to fSSdTer the proposed By-law 3042 to amend By-law 2750, known as the SET9 TAKE NOTICE THAT the proposed By-law 3W will 993-LK and municipally known as 3001-3301 9th Avenue Nor.h. Schedule Two The Zoning Schedule will be amended as follows: The following ZONE IND 6 INDUS- TRIAL (LARGE SITES) Schedule SEZON! (LARGE SITES) 1. Uses freely and conditionally per- Pe'rmissible -Conditionally Permissible Light industry (2D General industry {22) 2. Minimum Lot Area All uses: 10 acres 3. Floor Area Ratio All uses: 0.5 4. Minimum Yard Dimensions Front yard: 50 feet yard: 20 feet Rear yard: As required by the Commission J. industrial and Commercial per- formance standards. (See Schedule Three) 4. Off-street Parking and unloading. (a) No on-street parking for com- mercial vehicles will be permitted. (b) A layout plan indicating the arrangement of parking end leading spaces within the lot shall be sub- mitted to the Commission for their approval. The area so provided shall be maintained In accordance with the said approved plan and the parking and loading arrange- ment shall not be altered except with the prior approval of the Com- mission. j (c) Ingress and egress points for the passage of motor vehicles to and from the lot shall be limited to the location or locations as may be approved by the Commission. (d) The spaces provided within the lot for the loading and unloading of commercial vehicles shall be laid out in such a manner ihaf on entering or leaving the lot no re- versing movement of vehicles onto the street fronting the lot will be necessary. (e) All parking areas shall be ef- fectively screened and landscaped to the satisfaction of the Commis- -'Note: also SCHEDULE SIX. 7. Development Standards (a) The design, disposition and height of any building to be erectod on the lot shall be subject to tlia approval of the Commission. (b) The front yard portion of the lot shall be landscaped and planted with trees and shrubs to he satis- faction of the Commission. Schedule Six Off-street parking and unloading schedule will be amended as follows: (a) The following new section 7 will be added immediately after section 6 of the Schedule. 8. Railway Trackage Where an application for develop- ment involves the location of spur trackage not in accordance with tha overall subdivision plan al- ready approved by the Commission, the Commission shall before proving the application obtain from the Engineering Director his prio' approval indicating that the loca- tion and design of the proposed spur tracks are satisfactory and will not be. a cause for unnecessary traffic hazards for the surrounding streets. (b) Section 7 of the Schedule will be renumbered as section 8 vari- ances. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT a copy of the proposed By-Law may be inspected at the office of the City Clerk in the City Hall during thi normal office hours, AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person who wishes to mako representation concerning the proposed By-law shall first file a written sub- mission with the City Cierk not later than o'clock noon on Thursday, the 15th day of June, 1972. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT such persons as file such writ- ten submission may appear at tha Public Hearing to make representa- tions and to answer questions at Citv Council concerning their submissions, but subject to the condition that oral representation in support of a brief be limited to thirty minutes and one rebuttal period of no more than tei> minutes. DATED AT the City of Lethbridgs this 2nd day of June, 1972. John Gerla City Clerk Jl 6 Mont chief seeks help on jobless HELENA, MONT. (AP) Gov. Forrest Anderson of Mon- tana has asked the federal gov- ernment Tor help to aid in the unemployment problem in the state. Anderson said curtailment of the anti ballistic missle pro- gram in Montana has had a serious effect on the state's economy. He asked President Nixon to release nearly million in accumulated Mon- tana highway funds so road building in the state could be accelerated to increase em- ployment. PUBLIC NOTICE TENDERS FOR HAY AND STRAW Tenders are. invited for the supply and delivery of the following quantities of hay and straw for the Canada Agri- culture Research Station, Lethbridge, and the Research Sub-station onefour (Manyberries, Alberta) LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA 350 tens of straw wheat cr barley open stem 100 tons Hay alfalfa late grass mix (minimum 85 per cent alfalfa) fine stem green and leafy bales to weigh approx. 60 Ibs. 200 tons hay straight grass tame 400 tons hay alfalfa heavy grass (approx 50 per cent grass) ONEFOUR (MANYBERRIES) 150 tons straw bedding wheat or bar- ley 400 tons hay light grass mix (mln. 85 per cent alfalfa) 200 tons hay heavy grass mix (approx 65 per cent alfalfa) prefer.bales 14x18" Hay and straw to be from 1972 crop, hay to be first cutting, all handling to be performed by supplier. Only quotations for 100 tons and over will be considered for hay. Quotations close. 12 o'clock neon Mon- day June 19th, 1972. For further information and (quotation request forms contact C. G. Schoening, assistant administrative officer, Can- ada Agriculture Research Station, Lethbridge, 'Alberta. Phone 327-4561. NTRE VILLAGE [DAY SPECIALS Straw Handbags Regular TO Sals BATA SHOES 3.00 Wig Service Comb-out Re0. Sale MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM B.B.Q. Chrome Frank Spears Holds three weiners. 4O Reg. Sale MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM Wigs Capless, Elura Fibre, Heat Resistant......, Sale MERCHANT PRINCE EMPORIUM 39 .95 Jergens Hand Soap Bath Size. bars Sale for MACLEODS Polyester Crimpknit Material 60 Inches Wide. CE Sole per yd. MACLEODS Men's Plain Colored Dress Shirts MALLfcUDb Zenith 3 Cycle Dishwasher wooden cut 199 ONE ONLY! Front loading, wooden cutting board, double arm washing action. Reg. Sale MACLEODS Fleetwood Stereo ONE ONLY! Contemporary Styling AM FM Radio. Garrard Changer. Reg. ......Sale MACLEODS ymitj 188 Black and White Television 13395 General Electric 20 Inch Deluxe Portable Model. Reg. ......Sale MACLEODS Bicycle Kick Stands Reg. Sale MACLEODS Bicycle Bags Reg. Sale MACLEODS Metal Tool Boxes Reg. Sale MACLEODS 5-29 Static Straps To fit all cars. Reg. Sale MACLEODS 84'- Portable Barbeque Reg. Sale MACLEODS 2-18 ladies' Denim Jeans Reg. Sale MACLEODS Expert Wrench Set Reg. Q1 MACLEODS Quick Lite Fireplace AND CAMPFIRE STARTER 24 cubes per package. Reg. 77c................Sale MACLEODS Popycock Hawaiian Candy 10 oz. can. Reg. Sale MACLEODS Phentex Yarn jumbo 8 oz. Bail. Reg. Sale MACLEODS -j.SS Polystrippa 40 oz. Can if QQ Reg. Sale MACLEODS Ladies' Ktmdbags Reg. to REWARD SHOES The Mall That Has It All 13th Street and 2nd Avenue North FUNERALS DANIEL Funeral service for Carles Rowland Daniel, husband of the late Mrs. iuaurine Daniel who died in the city Friday, May at the age of 94 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday in Southminster United Church with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Ike and Charlie Lanier; grand- sons Peter Sullivan, Red and Terry Daniel and Larry Pether- bridge. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. LEAVITT Funeral service for Mrs. Jane (Glen) Leavitt, beloved wife of the late Frank Leavitt of the Cardston district who died at Cardston Monday, May 29, 1972, at the age of 89 years, was held at 1 p.m. Wed- nesday, May 31, 1972, in the Alberta Stake Chapel of the LDS Church, Cardston, with Bishop Don Shaw officiating. Pallbearers were Del Williams, Wayne Smith, Les Campbell, Howard Wood, Wallace Leavitt and Wallace Archibald. Inter- ment was in the Leavitt Ceme- tery. Christensen Salmon Fun- eral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. PLETT Funeral service for Peter J. Plett, beloved husband of Mrs. Sara Plett of Coaldale who died there Saturday, May 27, 1972, was held at p.m. Wednesday, May 31, 1972, in the Coaldale Mennonite Breth- ren Church with Rev. D. Pan- kratz. Rev. Peter Doerksen and Rev. H. Kornelson officia- ting. Pallbearers were Peter, Jake, Henry, Come, George and Henry Plett. Interment was in the Coaldale Menno- nite Cemetery. Christensen Sal- mon Funeral Home Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FUNERAL FREAR Funeral service for Mrs. Esther Clara Frear, beloved wife of the late Mr. Henry C. Frear who died in the city Saturday, May 27, 1972, at the age of 84 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Mr. Keith Kobbins officiating. Pallbearers were Wayne, William and John W. Schmidt; George and Cam- bell Peat. Interment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Mai-tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS HUISMAN In loving me- mory of a dear husband and father, Jan Huisman, who passed away June 2, 1964. I hear your voice in the silent night, When all is quiet and still, I feel the touch of your unseen hand Guiding and helping me still, You are even beside me in all I do. Your love will guide me and see me through 'Til we are together again. dearly loved by Ms devoted wife Bertha; chil- dren, Rika, Alyce, John and families. 3128 MRAZEK In loving mem- ory of a dear wife and mother, Marie, who passed away June 2, 1971. What would we give her hand to clasp, Her patient face to see; To hear her voice, to see her smile, As in the days that used to be But some sweet day we'll meet again, Beyond the toil and strife, And clasp each others hand once more In heaven that happy life. remembered by her husband Steve and son Joe Mrazek. 3101 IN MEMORIAMS MRAZEK In loving mem- ory of our very dear mother and grandmother, Marie Mraaek, who passed away June 2, 1971. missed by Paul, Yarmilla, Cheryl, John, Shaunee and Peter. 2996 POOLE In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Lester, who passed away June 2, 1969. His charming ways and smiling face, are a pleasure to recall, He had a kindly word for each, And died beloved by all. remembered by Anne and family. 3152 KURINA In loving mem- ory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Margaret Kur- ina, who passed away June 2, 1964. Beautiful memories woven in gold, This is the picture her loved ones hold. Deep in our hearts her memory is kept, To love and to cherish and never forget. remembered by her husband Frank and family. 3105 ALLEN In loving memory of Tom, who passed away June 2, 1971. Just a year ago today Our loss was fresh your grave was new, Now time your earth has cloaked with green And memory blossoms hide our hurt from view. remembered by Fred. Tina and family. 3104 ALLEN In memory of a dear friend, Tom, who passed away June 2, 1971. June 2, 1971. Gone from us, but leaving memories Death can never take away, Memories that will always linger, While upon this earth we stay. remembered by Gord, Gwen and Sheila. 2997 IN MEMORIAMS ALLEN In loving mem- ory of Torn, a dear son-in- law, who passed away June 2, 1971. Quietly remembered every day Sadly missed along life's way, Just as he was, he will always be Treasured and loved in our memory. remembered and sad- ly missed by mom and dad Manning. 2998 ALLEN In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Tom Allen, who passed away June 2, 1971. I sit alone and think of you, And think of how you died, Everyday I long for you, And everyday I've cried. No one knows my sorrow are few who see me weep, I shed my tears with aching heart, While others are asleep. If steps could be made from heartaches, by adding tear drop too, We would build a stairway to Heaven, and climb it everyday for you. remembered, loved and sadly missed by Val and Brad. 3102 IN MEMORIAMS ALLEN In memory of our beloved son, Dwayne Thomas (Tom) Allen, who passed away June 2, 1971. One lonely year has passed away Since our great sorrow fell The shock which we received that day We still remember well Our hearts still ache with Sadness Our secret tears still fiovr For what it meant .to lose you No one will ever know When we are sad and lonely And everything goes wrong We seem to hear you whisper Cheer up, and carry on. missed by mom and dad. 3123 ALLEN In loving memo- ry of a dear uncle and brother, Tom, who passed away on June 2, 1971. We never knew that morning, What sorrow the day would bring. The blow was sudden, the shock severe, To lose the one we loved so dear. We miss your smile, your cheerful way We miss the things you used to say. When happy days we oft' recall Tis then we miss you most of all. Precious forever are memo- ries of you Today, tomorrow, and all life through. Carol, Darren, and Come. 3136 ALLEN In loving memory of Tom Allen, who passed away June Your end was very sudden It made us weep and cry The saddest part of all, Tom You never said goodbye Each time we see your picture You seem to smile and say Don't cry I'm only sleeping We'll meet again some day For those who have a brother Treat him with loving care For you will never know the heartache Til you know that he's not there remembered by Porky, Ann and children. 3103 ALLEN In loving memory of a dear brother, Tom, who passed away June 2, 1971. One year has passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay, A million words cannot express, Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. Your last parting wish we would liked to have heard, And breathed in your ear our last parting words. 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