Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Nurse shortage BALTIMORE. Md. (AP) City hospital administrators have been given permission to try to recruit nurses in Aus- tralia and New Zealand. The municipal board of estimates approved Wednesday the expen- diture of to hire a re- cruiting agency to bring the nurses to Baltimore from the two nations Local arid national j efforts have failed to produce recruits. DEATH J_jirtks, JLjeaths, J hanks, ars, of Pleasant Bow Island, Alia., dear mother of Harold of Bow president of the Fort Macleod Board of Trade, a member of member of the Western Canada i the Fort Macleod Lions Club Second World War and was past I Island. AIta- 5Irs- Uallor _ nf T3 f.ltlnn McPAU, Passed away in the city on Tuesday, October 5, 1U71, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Opal Annie McFall (nee beloved wife of Mr. William George McFall of Et- j j zikorn. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, October !Hh at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Street N., with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Cre- mation will follow. It is the family's sincere wish that there be no flowers and that friends who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bldg., Leth- bridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C7852 lady's) Shelton of Richlea, Sask. and Mrs. Evelyn Scott of LeUibridge, Alta. Mrs. Green i. Racing Association. Services at and a past Chancellor of the also s urviv ed by thirteen Levden's Chanel of Remem-! Medicine Hat Knights of Pyth- j grand children and several brance, Saturday, 3 p.m., Rev. ias. Besides his loving wife he j Sreat grandchildren. She was fficiating. Inter- is survived by one predeceased by her husband, Joseph and two sons, Walter PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of Section 153 cf The Municipal Taxation Act, ?.S.A., 1970, Public Notice is hereby given that tile Council of the City cf -ethbridge intends to undertake fhe construction of sidewalks, curbs and gut- 'ers as a local imorovement. The estimated cost of the aforementioned local mprovemenl is S28.GOO.OO repayable over a period of 20 years at a rate of nterest not exceeding nine per centum per annum and to charge the ands abutting that portion of the ftreet or place wherein Ihe local improve- nent is made at 5 uniform rate cf 1.09 dollars per frcnt foot of frontage tor ildewalks, curbs and gutters, 44.98 cents per front foot of frontage for curbs ind gutters and 53.21 cents per front foot of frontage (or sidewalks, all over Ihe said period of 20 years. All cost In excess of the aforementioned rate per front foot will be borne by the City of Lethbridge at large. The location of the proposed local Improvement Is as follows: James Elliot officiating men! Queen's Park Cemetery. Mrs. Murray J. (Kaye) Robi- LSYDEN'S FUNERAL son, Coaldale; two grandchil- Calgary, in charge. dren, Mrs. D. H. (Leslee) Mar- C73491 tin and Mr. Ron. F. Watson, 1 both of Lethbridge; five great- grandsons, and one brother, Mr. O'MARA Passed away in! Lawrence O'Mara. He was pre- the city on Thursday, October i deceased by one sister and one 7, 1971, following a lengthy ill-i brother. The funeral service will ness, Mr. Frederick John be held on Saturday, Oclober FUNERAL service for William Lome Chester, be- loved son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Chester of 2014 12th Ave. S. who died suddenly in the city Satur- day, Oct. 2. 1971. at the age of Friday. Oclober 8, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 27 FUNERAL CARD OF THANKS McNEELY _ Funeral ser- vice lor Gertrude Annie Mc- Neely, beloved wife of Mr. Charles McNecly of 823 13th Hi. S. who died in the city Sunday, Oct. 3, 1971, after a long ill- ness at the age of 83, was held at p.m. Thursday, Oct. 7, 1971, in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Dr. 11. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Pallbearers were George Sinclair, An- drews, Jim Chapman. Roy and Gordon Thielen and Roy Agar. Interment was in the Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. DUNIXH1 1 would like to thank all my friends and rela- tives for flowers, letters and cards received by me while a patent in the Foothills Hospi- tal, Calgary. W. (Jean) Dunlop 1589 and William. Mrs. Green was j H years, was held at p.m. born in Notlinghamshire, Eng-j Wednesday, Oct. C, 1971, in land on January- 31, 1881, and moved to Canada in 1907, first to Taber, Alta. and in 1909 to Ihe Bow Island district, where Mr. and Mrs. Green farmed un- til reilrement in 1944. Mrs. Green has resided in Bow Is- I O'Mara, at the age of 87 Though absent, you are al- ways near, Still loved, still missed, slill very deai-. remembered by wife Dorothy and family. 1556 1908's. where he married the 'respects until noon on Saturday. in HiUside Cemetery. _ former Miss Nance Hick in 1910., 'Courtesy parking at the rear PATTISON FUNERAL HOME j neral Service, was in charge of They moved to Seattle, where of the Chapel) MARTIN BROS. LTD., in charge. C7850 I the arrangements. QANTAS BUYS 747s CANBERRA (Reuter) The government will bor- row up to million to help I Qantas airline buy two more Boeing 747 jumbo jets. Inserted by the Dinmlk For Alderman Committee North side 8th Avenue South West side ifh Street South East side 28th Street South FROM SIDEWALKS 5th street South it flth Aven 6th Street South Northerly 130 feet West limit 7th Street North North limit 3rd Avenue North South limit 5th Avenue North 2nd Avenue North Westerly 1500 feet Westerly 275 feet South limit 5th Ave North Southerly 715 feet 4th Avenue North North side 6th Avenue North Souttt side 4th Avenue North West side 10th Street North East side 10th street North East side 5th Street North SIDEWALKS, CURBS AND GUTTERS South sids 6th Avenue Commencing at a point North 3W feet west erf Stafford Drive thence westerly for 650 feet North side 13ih Avenue East limit 9th Street West limit Stafford "A" North North Drive East side 9th Street South limit Stafford Southerly 76 feet North Avenue Notice Is further given that, unless the majority of the owners of the lands that may be assessed therefor, representing at least one-half In value thereof as aforesaid, petition the Council against It within two weeks after the last publication of the notice, the local improvement may be undertaken and the cost thereof assessed by trie system of assessment referred to in this notice. if no petition sufficiently signed has, within the time limited In that be- half, been presented to the Council against the local Improvement or assessment aforementioned, fhc Council may undertake the proposed local Improvement af any time within three years of the giving of the notice. Date of the last publication of this notice will be the 13th day of October, 1971. DATED al the City of Lethbridge this Bth day of October, 1971. John Gens City Clerk I 033 I BigChevroletforl972. When we talk value we lay it on the line, CITY OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT, 1963 AND IN THE MATTER of City of Lethbridge By-Law No. being a By- Law to amend By-Law 3750, being a By-Lsw with respect to zoning Public Hearing proposed By-Law J99J to' for the City of Lethbridge. TAKE NOTICE THAT, on Monday, the 25th day of October, 1971 at the hour sf o'clock in the afternoon in the Council Chamber of City Hall, the Council of the City of Lethbridge will hold Section 130 of The Planning Act to conside amend By-Law 2750, known as the Zoining By-Law, AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT the proposed By-Law 299J will amend the Zcr.ing Map as follows: I. The Zoning Map annexed to the said By-Law is amended by deleting from Zone Rl-RESIDENTlAL and delineating as Zone CB-COMMERCIAL (Highway; FIRSTLY The South Twenty-Five (25) feet through-out of Lot Five (5) In Block Twenty (20) as shewn on Plan LETHBRIDGE 1W1-G.O. SECONDLY The North Twenty-Five (25) feet throughout of Lot Four 14) In Block Twenty (20) as shown on Plan LETHBRIDGE U61-G.O. And municipally known as ?3rd Street South. Zone M2 Public utilities and delineating as Zone C8 COMMERCIAL (Highway) That pcrtlon of Block Plan LETHBRIDGE 8U2-G.T.. being (225) feet of the East Eighteen (IB) feet. 3. The Zoning Map annexed lo the said By-Law is amended by deleting Irom laneway and delineating Zone CB COMMERCIAL (Highway) That portion cf lane which lies between Block Plan LETHBRIDGE SU2-G.T. and Block Twenty Plan LETHBRIDGE 1461-G.O being the North Fifty (50) feet of the South Two Hundred and Twenty-Five 1225) feet. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT a copy cf the proposed By-Low may lie inspected .it the office of the City Clerk h the City Hall during the normal oftkc AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT nny parson who mnkc rnprcspntiitlon ronccrnmrj the proptuctJ Oy-L.lw shall first file fl written suiv with Ihe City Clerk net later than o'clock noon on t'm 72nd day di Ocfohcr, 1971. AND FURTHER TAKE N011CC: THAT such persons flf. file Suth wnllrn suhimfsinn may ,-ippRur nt thi> Public Hearing to make representations and to nt Cily Council llieif bul thft condition Ih.-il on.I in support of a brief will he limited to limty minutes and one rebuttal period ol no more than ten minutes. DATED n! the Clfy cf Lclhhrldge this flth dny of Octohftr, 1971. Goila. City Clerk Big Chevy means Bis Value. Varijble-ralio power steering and power front disc brakes arc standard. And. with any V8 engine, so is Turbo Hvdra-matic Our acrylic lacquer resists Mains, chipping and fading tonper. is easier to touch up, andshincs and shines and Inside, the is clolb where it will look and feel best to you. Then we place durable vinyl at all the right spots, too. Vinyl, because i very good at not showing spots. Or scuff marks. roofs arc better than one. So Big Chevy gives you a double-panel steel roof standard. It makes a quiet car quieter. Two ideas you can live with. A cargo-guard luggage barrier puts a steel wailoetween Ihir rear scat and the trunk. Sidc-suard door beams impact protection Impala's exhaust system is 'iluminized in all thc.crucial spots, So rust wili have a .iHJch tougher time of it. And vou'll have a longer-lasting exhaust system. there's more to the fenders than meets the eye. Steel inner fenders means another fender under each fender. To deflect whatever whips up: rocks, mud, slush, salt, whatever. Ml our engines for 1972 We improved exhaust emissions controls and run great on no-lead, low'lead or regular (91 octane or more) fuels. The front bumpers arc toucher, and they cxiend on! further. All the belter 10 protect (hat beautiful Iront e n d. l.i omom coupe. You get power front dist brakes and power (inncd drum brakes at the back. Both self adjusting. So you rlon'i have to pay anyone lo get it done. Impala takes the rouch out of your ride (and adds life lo the by puttinc a big coil spring al wticcl. A spring That's Kccn computer-matched to your particular Impala's weight. Even the bodv sills right rust. Their open design along the lower cdgcW the bodv keeps things drier. To last longer. Chevrolet to be the bestcaryouVe ever owned. -----------1 Somt of thf tqnipmenl ilhutulcij it opUonil it euii c KM and tboulfla Seta li idea you wn live with.