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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 LETHBRIDGE HERALD May 1974 DEATHS Electric cars closer than LE CLAIRE Passed away in the city on May Mr. Armand Leon Le Claire at the age of 53 beloved husband of Mrs. Simone Le Claire of 1818 16 Ave. South. Funeral service will be held at a.m. on May 1974 at Martin Bros. Memorial 703 13 Street with Pastor M. L. Israelson officiating. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8800 KAMITAKAHARA beloved wife of Mr. Saburo Kamitakahara of Lethbridge passed away following a lengthy illness at the age of 39 years. Funeral service and Wake was held in the Raymond Buddhist Church on May 18th at p.m. Interment service was held at the church on Sunday at p.m. Pallbearers Jim Bob George Kamita- Alfie Nobby and Harold Kamitakahara. Interment was in the Temple Hill Raymond. C8804 IN MEMORIAM SHERAN In loving memory of a dear father and James Bernard who passed away May 1960. Precious forever are memories of tomorrow and all life through. remembered by his 'wife and family 1921 CARD OF THANKS WAKELEN Sincere thanks and appreciation is extended to the doctors of the Campbell Clinic and the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital staff of Obstetrics and OR units for the care given during my and to my relatives and friends for the gifts and visits. Marion and Cherie Wakelen 1917 By Gene Fawcette WASTE YOU MAY SOON BE FILLING CAR'S GAS TANK WITH OLD NEWSPAPERS. A MORE f FRCifNT METHOD HAS BEEN DEVELOP6DTDCON- VERT CELLULOSE IN PAPER AND OTHER WASTES INTO ALCO- HOL FOR CLEAN MOTOR FUEL... A you may think By DAVID MUTCH Christian Science Monitor 111. The driv- er glances at the fuel gauge on the dashboard. No doubt about his rented electric car needs a recharge. With the aid of a special he drives to the nearest service station or motel with a patented fast-charge pulls out the car's extension and plugs in. Soon he is on his in a car that is pollution- and without need for gasoline. Is this or it's Chicago in 1974. By June the Avis Rent A says it will have a dozen electric vehicles for use in the city. If the pilot 'program is a success and Avis chair- man and president Winston V. Mprow said he expects electric cars to be attractive to customers and economic for his company the opera- tion will be expanded to New Los Las and other cities. The fast-charge outlets can recharge the car's batteries to 80 per cent of full power in 37 minutes. Using a 220- volt the batteries can by fully charged in six it is and a 110-volt plug would take 12 hours to produce a complete recharge. The move by contem- plated since 1971 but given a quick charge by the oil may be only the tip of the iceberg. The company suplying the cars says it expects produc- tion to jump to in because dealers in five states and four other countries al- ready are laying sales plans. These would be sales to pri- vate individuals. Paul D. head of General Motors' electrical- vehicle research and develop- says that by the year 2000 almost all cars will be electric in and around if there is sufficient electri- city. Neville an econo- recently presented a technical paper for the Soci- ety of Automotive Engineers arguing that it is more econo- mical to use crude oil to produce electricity than to turn it into gasoline for the polluting internal-combustion engine. Commonwealth Edison in northern Illinois and Wis- consin Electric both are ac- tively interested in the pro- ject. Robert R. president of Electric Fuel Propulsion says already a major-brand in- ternational oil company and a regional oil com- pany have told him they will encourage their stations to install the fast-charge units to service Avis cars. Some Holi- day Inns already have the units in place. The motel chain installed the recharge units for the 1970 clean-air car race be- tween Massachusetts Insti- tute of Technology and Cali- fornia Institute of Technol- ogy. Mr. Aronson's cars won first and second places in the race. Mr. Aronson and William H. who specializes in electric cars for Common- wealth both say the market for these cars is in and near the largely commuters who can re- charge them at night and by short-distance renters. Market research by Com- monwealth Edison indicates between and electric cars a year could be sold in the Chicago area if the price is if the car runs on and is safety-certified by the department of transportation. Mr. Aronson of Detroit says his car will meet all these although it will cost more than Commonwealth Edison bases its research Mr. Aronson says the car he is making for Avis will be a specially designed chassis with a Detroit body of the big-three auto firms will get the contract is not yet It will run 150 miles on a charge and is a medium-size vehicle. It can run at expressway speeds. Improvements in the al- ready patented battery will extend the range to 350 miles in two Mr. Aronson says. If it doesn't an electric car should last 20 years. A prototype 18 months down the road includes a battery package that could be changed in 5 minutes especially good for taxi fleets and such use. Flatters All Sizes 7205 PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE TO ALL SCHOOL ELECTORS Take Notice that The Board of School Trustees of the Pincher Creek St. Michael's Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 18 intends to request of the Town of Pincher Creek and ihe Pincher Creek Municipal District No. 9 payment of the sum of Fourteen Thousand Dollars byway of Requisition in the Year 1974 and Fifteen Thousand Dollars in 1975. These Monies exceed by Three Thousand Two Hundred and Thirty-Seven Dollars in 1974. and One Thousand and Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars in the Requisition to which it is estimated the Pincher Creek St. Michael's Catholic Separate School District No. 18 is entitled in 1974 and 1975 under the Regulations Limiting Requisitions and are required in order are to be used for the following 1. The School District operating deficit covered Dy Bank Loan in the approximate amount of Forty-Five Thousand Dollars may be liquidated. 2. Bolster the existing Educational Programs and add Educational Services. Such Action by the Board of School Trustees could bear upon your unless a poll of the Electors of The Pincher Creek St. Michael's Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 18 in respect of the By-Law here is demanded by June then the Board shall Requisition tnese Monies from the above listed Collecting Authorities in 1974. and 1975. For Details call Pincher Creek St. Michael's Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 18 at 627.3666. C-100 A BY-LAW RELATING TO OPERATIONAL MONIES WHEREAS it is deemed necessary by the Board of Trustees of the Pincher Creek St. Michael's Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 18 of the Province of Alberta. THAT the approximate sum of Fourteen Thousand Dollars in 1974 and the approximate sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars in 1975 by way of be requested for payment by the Town of Pincher Creek and Pincher Creek Municipal District No. 9 in order the School District operating deficit covered by Bank loans in the approximate amount of Forty-five Thousand Dollars may be bolster the existing educational programs and add educational services. AND whereas this represents an average increase from year to year in the supplementary requisition of thirty-four percent or of approximately Three Thousand Two Hundred and Thirty Seven Dollars in 1974 and of approximately One Thousand and Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars in 1975 and WHEREAS the increase from year to year permitted under the Regulations Limiting Requisitions is up to 7.5 per cent per year or up to Ten Thousand Seven Hundred Sixty-Three Dollars in and up to Eleven Thousand Five Hundred and Seventy Dollars in 1975. the Board of Trustees enacts as That the necessary.proceedings be taken under the provisions of The School and the Regulations Limiting to obtain authority to apply a Requisition Escalation Factor of Thirty Four Percent in and 7.5 percent in instead of the maximum 7.5 per cent Requisition Escalation Factor permissible under the Regulations Limiting Requisitions. Read a First Time This 16 Day of 1974. Read a Second Time This 16 Day Of 1974. Read a Third Time This 16 Day of 1974. J. R. QRIEP Chairman E. A. SOUCY Secretary Relax happily in the cozy comfort of this great cape. Smart collar adds extra C'rochet shell-stitch Cape with fringe to top dresses. Use knitting worsted. Pattern Misses' Sizes 10-12 included. 75 cents each pattern cheque or money order. Add 15c each pattern lor first-class mail and special handling to Alice Needlecraft Dept.. The Lethbridge Heraid. 60 Progress Scarborough. Ont. MIT 4P7. Print plainly Pattern Address. 150 most popular designs in our 1974 Needlecraft All 3 free designs inside. Send 75c. Minister of Education C101 SP When you plug your store into it means Readership of The Lethbridge Herald Is What Makes The Big Difference Brings You Immediate Sales The Lethbridge Herald is the Major News medium in Southern Alberta read in of Lethbridge homes and of our rural area homes. best coverage by far of any Alberta Daily News- This is what makes it the MAJOR ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Because people want The Lethbridge Herald enough to pay for The Lethbridge Herald has become a part of living the home news- paper with news that is essential to living in great Southern Alberta. This is why YOUR advertising in The Leth- bridge Herald reaps you solid rewards. Your mes- sage is in a medium which is not a not a piece of unsolicited direct mail addressed to Rather it is read because it is in the best-read and highest regarded medium in the Newspaper readers want to be completely in- formed and because newspaper readers don't want to miss they read The Lethbridge Herald cover-to-cover including your advertising messages. The point is people look for- ward to advertising in The Lethbridge Herald. They read discuss often clip the ads as a buying reminder. For The Lethbridge Herald is the the big showroom DAILY for every- thing on sale in Southern Alberta. If you want more you can get it by plugging in The Lethbridge Herald. The Lethbridge Herald Average Daily Circu- lation is now at an all-time record high of over copies reaching a total of over readers and potential buyers It means BIG BUSINESS for Automobile Dealers Clothing Stores Department Stores Drug Stores Appliance Stores Furniture Food Stores Restaurants Jewellers Musical Instruments Radio TV Real Estate Shoe Stores Sporting Goods Beauty Shops Building Supplies Variety Stores Home Furnishings Draperies Floor Coverings Tires House wares Banks Nurseries House Builders PLUG Your Business Into THE BEST SELLERI The Lethbridge Herald and Selling The ;