Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PUBLIC NOTICE FOHM 14 THE SCHOOL ACT, 197' (SECTION 7) PUBLIC NOTICE BY1.LAW NO. i-71 RV the Board cf Truiloes of Willow Creek School Dvision No IB, of 1fi3 Province of Albcrtfl WHEREAS it deemed expedient by Ihe Board of Trustees of HIP Wil- low Creek Sthonl Division No. of thy Province rf that the sum of one hundred and eighty five thousand dollar i should IT- Division by isiue of debenture repay- nWe lo the in 55 consecutlva annual Instalments with interest a t th1! rale of nut ir.ore than nine per cent p e r annum for the follov.'inq ourpir.es, A. an addilicn at the J. T. Poster School nt NAMTON, of steel and maicnry construe'ton, includlno. Architects' and ITnnincers1 fees; fur- niture and f.-riuiprnen! B Renovatirm in HIP follow I n g SchooK fees. 1, Claretholm Elementary Ctarer.holm, Alberta. 3. Clarcsholm Junior High 3. A.' Day Elementary Frit Mscleo-J. G. R. Divis Elementary K. R WHITE CHAIRMAN Dated at Claresrislrn this 3 day Of Nnverv.bPr, 1971 :NSTRUr.TIOIJS TO PE- TITION'ING A VOTE ON A RV-LAW IN A SCHOOL DIV- ISION (Sections I (el, 3 and Th" School Act, 1970) "Elector" for the cf pet I- lioninci for a vote on a debenture by- law means n nerson: IB years cf age cr older (li) who is a Canadian cltiier, or BritKti s'.iiMect and, (Hi) resident. In (he C35P rf In a diMritV or clivslnn fcf a! tr.e I? fmmedistel1' prer.edinrj tl-'r day on which the petition Is rre- sented; A pell respecting the afcrenoted bor, rowinq may fcs demanded in 3 School Division by prpnaring and Eubmitltng ti the 5chnot Beard future hazy OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment is expected to prolong the life of the de Havilland UHC-7, a leading CTOL aircraft, by plowing more money into the project. But an industry department j source said Thursday the future cf the STOL (short takeoff and landing) aircraft in Canada still depends on rationalization of the Canadian aircraft industry. The government lias already put more than 530 million into STOL research and is likely to invest mere money to keep tlw DHC-7 going for a few more months beyond the end of thi year. The government is planning to launch an experimental STOL service between SIcntreal and Ottawa in 1973. The service will use the 14-seat de Havilland Twin Otter with a 48-scat DHC-7 evpected to replace it later. The STOL, which can land on 2.000-foot long strips near city centres, is seen by the Science Council of Canada and Canadian aircraft builders as important to a strong aircraft industry. Can- ada is .egardecl a leader in STOL develcpmcnl COMPETITION CROWS But much depends on whether Canada can sell the STOL abroad. is learning from the I'niiai Flutes and oiher countries wlw are gaining j in STOl, research. The government has lold (he ail-craft industry some form of i will he necessary I to make tin.' Canadian STOL S I viahle pnipu-ilio'i This is lo mean such largo companies as Canadair Ltd. de Havilland yhculd combine efforts in devel- oping a STOl. aircrafl. The1 industry is believed to be working on a proposal now that will br submitted to the govern- ment in December. BiftL, i ni UaraJ L (1 ._> BIRTHS JOKiVSTOX Charles and Shirley Johnston of Miik River wish lo announce Ihe birth of their chosen son, Robert Charles, 7 Ibs. on October STO 310fiQUViuJ4blcoUlcnujt Jbwcr steering or 1 [J rear seat peaker Q steering el, Kvinger and "Tuff" only) 1 sun roof (Demon, Demon farmal folding type fj underrating Fhood pad fj vinyl body side Jtection mouldings rj vinyl rool, rcolours wheel covers deluxe Fn type O windshield speed with electric washers Ask your salesman about oilier optional equipment available. Dodg, CHRYSLER CANADA LTD.