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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 9, 1974 Mail goes by road OTTAWA (CP) The post office will use road transpor- tation whenever necessary to move second-and third-class mail and parcels to avoid delays caused by wildcat railway strikes, a postal spokesman said Friday. 80 Acre parcel Ideal set up 40 acres hay, 40 acres pasture, features include: natural gas in field, and home, very good buildings. Good modern home, new carpet throughout. Buildings include, hog barn, steel quanset and bins, double car garage, good corrals, and cow barn. Large dugout for livestock, under- ground water to barns and corral, pressure system in hog barn, automatic heated water troughs in barn and corral, underground water system for lawn, pave- ment to gate. LOCATED 4 miles east of Taber Sugar Factory on Hwy. No. 3 and 1A of a mile south. ENQUIRIES TO BOX 1373. TABER OR PHONE 223-8441 SACRIFICE MUST SELL 1974 CADILLAC De VILLE loaded, low mileage. PHONE 329-3220 TRAIN AT HOME for an exciting career as MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST Learn how you may become a medical receptionist through our home study program. -17 Ave. S.W. Calgary Phone 245-8656 Name Address City Education Age Phone Registered under the Trade School Regulations Act in the Provinces of British Columbia. Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba Bird deaths will be checked OTTAWA (CP) Environ- ment Minister Jeanne Sauve. said today she will inquire into reports that thousands of mi- gratory birds are being killed by oil seeping into ponds in northern Alberta. Stuart Leggatt (NDP-New Westminster) asked in the Commons whether the government is considering any charges against Syncrude Canada Ltd., the company on whose property the ponds ap- parently are located. Syncrude is extracting syn- thetic crude oil from the Ath- abasca oil sands near Fort McMurray, Alta. There have been reports that migrating birds have been landing on ponds contaminated by oil seepage. Mme. Sauve said she is not aware of the situation, but will enquire. A federal study already has been done on the problem and Bill Yurko, Alberta's environ- ment minister, has refused to release the report, Mr. Leggatt said. Mme. Sauve said this may be because Alberta wants to examine the report in detail, "but my policy is always to publish the reports." Draught beer price raised to 30 cents VICTORIA (CP) The British Columbia Liquor Ad- ministration Board yesterday announced it will allow an im- mediate five-cent increase in the price of draught beer to 30 cents a glass. Board chairman Bill Bruce said licensed premises which offer entertainment may app- ly to the board for further increases and added that the board is reviewing a request by breweries to allow wholesale price increases. Previously, the B.C. Hotels' Association asked the govern- ment for an increase of 35 cents a glass. Woman lives in old bus CALGARY (CP) Provin- cial welfare officials are try- ing to talk to an 84-year-old woman who has been living in an old bus without a toilet, beds, water supply or ade- quate heating for three weeks. They are concerned about Edith Langley's health. The living area in the bus measures three feet by five and is furnished only with one hard, wooden chair. The only apparent source of heat is an electric hotplate. It is necessary to crawl through a tunnel of boxes in order to reach the sleeping area where the floor is covered with sleeping bags. The bus was camped on Calgary's western outskirts but yesterday it was being towed to Black Diamond. It is not known why the woman decided to move. The woman and her son, 50- year-old Everett, have been reluctant to talk to reporters. Everett Langley, who has stayed in the bus on and off, would only say that he and his mother came from Yorkton, Sask. The woman has been living in the bus since leaving her rented home in Calgary following some misunder- standing with the landlord. Clown files papers Among the three candidates filing nomination papers for mayor in Toronto was Rosy Sunrise, a clown who says if she wins, her first action will be to demand a recount. FOR SALE BY OWNER Less than 1 year old, 3 bedroom split entry, 2200 square feet, approx. 1680 sq. ft. developed baths, 2 fireplaces, developed rumpus room, carpeted throughout, carport, underground sprink- lers, landscaped, ultra large patio, large outdoor childrens area, 2 rock gardens, 20 ft. diameter out- door open pit barbecue, sun deck. Price includes draperies in living room, electric range, built in dishwasher, gas barbecue. Price mortgage at Present owner prepared to carry small 2nd mortgage. 1402 Aspen Place Phone 329-4084 or 329-4474 Canada Trust OPEN HOUSE 13 Queens Road Sunday, November 10th 2-7 p.m. WEST LETHBRIDGE a functional new three bedroom split entry home including carport, utility room main floor, sundeck, excellent cabinet and finishing work. Finished recreation room with bar. Extra bathrooms downstairs. Travel University Drive to McGill Blvd., along McGIII to Queens Road. Watch for Open House Sign. M.L.S. Michael Solyrka 329-4673 Don Roy 327-7661 George Scott 327-2783 Vincent Harty 327-0492 CANADA TRUST 327-8581 I Here's what it means to you. STAINLESS STEEL CONVERTER SHELL .4 CATALYST ALUMINIZED STEELCOVER CERAMIC FELT BLANKET STAINLESS STEEL CATALYST SUPPORT How would you like to... Get better operating economy? Get up to miles on spark plugs? Save money on tune-ups? Get faster starts? Hear about our maximum mileage system Listen to what our salesmen can offer you this year. We want you to drive what you like and like what you drive. Phone 328-1101 Come in now and see one of the Bony Silos Leaders Got the Maximum Mileage System working for youl i 2nd Avenue 8th sets. .____________ ;