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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PUBLIC NOTICES FOR SALE six rojm dwelling at Ncb.eford. The sole 1s lor cosh, and Inlormallon and lor sufonllllng a Tender may be oblalncd Irorn the Pool Man- ager at Hobleford. tenders will be nccepled up lo Octob- er W12 and should lor- VfarcJed toi Tha Treasurer Alberla Wheat Pool Box 2700 Calgary, Alberta The hlgfiest, or any bid, not neteiss lly accepted. Birlki, -Doallii, -J 'HI I 0 'di loriami ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT DEATHS FRANZ Passed away In the city on Thursday, October OH 126, 1972, at the age of 55 years, Mrs. Marie Franz, be- loved wife of Mr. Henry Franz ot 343 20lh St. N. Funeral ar- be DEATH IRRI hfi TENDER FOR GRAVtL HAUL c 0 mp le j ed. MARTIN 3 will te received bv until 12 o'clock noon ilh, W2 (or Ihe loading and haul ing of approximately cubic yards of pit run gravel to various parts of Ihe main canal In Ihe Bow Island area. Details may obtained from tne Island office. Tenders to sub- milted on a per-cuhlc.yartf.tasls. joa to be completed prior to January 1st 1973. The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted. J. C. CROSTHWAITE, Superintendent, St. Mary River Irrigation District Box 319, Bow Island, Alborta. BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Sen-ice. C5118 083 PUBLIC NOTICE SHIMEK Paul, passed away in Lethbridge on Wednes- day, Oct. 25, 1972, at the age of 58 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ellie Shimek of Picture I Butte. Mr. Shimek was born in Caskov, Czechoslovakia, Nov 22, 1913 and came to Canada SI'ACKMAN Dr. Edwarly conjirction Calgary and Gordon Spackma.- of Vernon, B.C., anil one daugh- ter, Mrs. Diane Frank of Red- cLiff; 10 grandchildren; two >rothcrs, Vcrnoi of Prove, and Elmer of Raymond, and one sister, Ellen Bennett of San Bemadino, Calif. He was a life member of the Canadian Medi- cal Association and a charter and life member of the Leih- bridge I Jons Club. He was also a member of the Lethbridge Camera Club. Funeral services will be held Friday, Oct. 27, 1972 at 2 p.m., in the Lelh- bridge Stake Chapel (28th St. and Scenic with Bishop Ruedon Selk officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family are sym- pathetic to the Alberta Heart Fund (1705 15th St. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL dustry, D. B. Mundy of Ottawa, of the Air Industries >f Canada, said here. "We need joint industry-gov ernmcnt planning on a sector by-sector he said. "This should deal with what the gov- ernment forsees as major sec tors of development in the nex few years. For example, the government needs to decide soon on what it has in mind for the Arctic, for space and for ocean exploration and development, he said in an 'Otherwise, you'll see the tars and Stripes, tricolors and ising suns on the equipment ippearing in the North In the next decade instead of the Ca- nadian maple leaf." Already, industry is begin- ning to see underwater oil rigs from Japan, French equipment [or oceanography and United States aircraft in the North, Mr. Mundy said. The research association, which represents most of the 68 major companies in Canada doing research as well as uni- versities and government de- partments and agencies, is holding a two-day seminar at- tended by 75 delegates. It is closed to the press. Thuridoy, Otlobor 26, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 27 Quebecers are called on to spoil their ballots MONTREAL (CP) The Montreal council of the Con- federation of National Trade Unions, in a four-column adver- tisement in Le Devoir, has called on Quebecers to spoil their ballots in Monday's fed- eral election. The council said that during a meeting last month, it was decided to call on Quebecers to spoil their ballots to "being an accomplice of the turpitudes of federal parties and to demonstrate the desire for (heir own government in Quebec." The advertisement Tuesday said the four federal parlies are against granting self-deter- mination to Quebecers who have been embroiled in more than 100 years of constitutional- complications. Peak of the Year Savings Ford interview following a speech to a closed sesion of the Cana- dian Research Management As- sociation. Fart of the rational for going ahead in any one of these areas would be consideration of the economic value to Canada and the possibility of creating more jobs, he said. "But unless they (govern- ment) engage in this program forecasting industry, Pastor Walter Schoepp officiat ing. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Service. C5117 HCMfE LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C5116 PUBLIC NOTICE TENDERS JANITORIAL SERVICE I The Lethbridge Unit cf The Army. Navy and Air Veterans Invite tenders Ker The parlor ml ng ol lanlTor sot-vice fcr the forthcoming year. Chairman o1 The HOUSE Committee, AM and AF Veterans In Canada 517 5Hi Ave. Soulh, Lethbridge, Alterfa, Forms available In the office. All I lenders are 1o be submitted not later 072 man Nov. 15, 1973- PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING ACT, BEING CHAPTER 276 R.S.A. 1970 AMD AMENDMENTS THERETO AND IN THE MATTER OF CHy of LeJhbridge By-Law No. 3032, being 6 fly-Law To amend By-Lav; No. 2750, being a wUh respect to zoning for the CiTy of LeThbrldge TAKE NOTICE THAT on tfanday, the 61 h day cf November (he hour of a o'c-locX In Ihe allernoori In The Council Charntr Hall, Council of the City of Lefhbridge will hold a Public puriuent fo Section 130 of The Planning Act lo consider the prcpcserJ 3033 to By-Law 2750, knovm as Ihe Zoning AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT Ihe prcpcsed By-Law KM will amend ZcrUng Map by deleting from Zone RT RESIDENTIAL and delineating as Zone R2 RESIDENTIAL (Multiple Dwelling) the described Lol 79 )n Block 14 Ofl LETHBRIDGE WLK SECONDLY LoTs 5 to 10 Inclusive in Block 1 on Plan LETH- BRIDGE 1312-LK arvd municipally described respectively 2307 Avenua North and 2013 to 18Tti Avenue Worth 1972, at r of City Hea FUNERALS DEVLIN Funeral service for John Devlin, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Adrienne Devlin of 1704 30th St. S. who died suddenly in the city Sunday, Oct. 22, at the age of 58 years, was held at 1 p.m. Wed- nesday in Southminster United Church with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Pallbearers were Waller Stewart, R. A. (Boh) Welsh, Gordon McDavid, ioss Held, Vic Saunders and Ouellette. Interment was in he Mountain View Cemetery. iTartin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Service, was in charge of the arrangements. mass 'or John Hufnagel, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Annie Hufnagel of 344 19th St. N. who died sudden- ly in the city Saturday, Oct. 7, 1072, at the age ol 41 years, was said at a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 11, 1972, in St. Basil's Ro- man Catholic Church with Rev. Gas ton Marien the celebrant. Pallbearers were Robert Lien, Richard Deimuth, James Todd, Robert Feake, and Willy and John Brunner. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS I.OMAS I wish to extend a sincere thank you to my doc- tors, nurses and staff of the Municipal and Auxi- liary hospitals for the excellent care and attention I received while a patient there; to the Rev. Mr. King and the other church chaplains, for the many visits, and lo all my friends and neighbors and my family for flowers, cards, etc. Goc1 bless you all. -Sincerely, Mrs. George Lomas 8S3-27h they're not going to achieve their objectives." MANY CONCERNS In developing a program for (he Arctic, the government must be concerned with sover- eignty as well as science, with economic development as well as with environmental protec- tion, Mr. Mundy said. But because the Canadian companies are unaware ol which way the government will decide on development ot the North, they don't know into which areas they should be di- recting their talents. Clearly defined objectives would give Canadian industries a base for development ot new, high-technology products, he said. Auto firm, renews test 011 engine BOSTON (AP) The presl dent of Chrysler Corp. said yesterday the automobile manu facturer has been testing the Wankel engine for to 40, 000 miles. John Riceardo said the rotor} engine has proven to be "an ex- tremely dirty engine" in terms of emissions. He also said the Wankel has performed poorly in terms of fuel consumption. Chrysler reviewed and re- jected the Wankel in the early 960s, Riccardo said. "We are looking at It again jecause when 50 per cent of the j nduslry is going to do some- thing about it His reference was to Genera! Motors, which has announced It plans to use Lhe Wankel in some of its production. Mother gets life PITTSBURGH, Pa. (AP) A 24-year-old mother of four who said she had attempted robbery to support her day heroin habit, was sen- tenced to life imprisonment Tuesday after pleading guilty in the killing of two policemen during a gun battle at a shop- ping centre. She was sentenced to two concurrent life terms in prison. Brand New 1973 Pinto 2 Door The lillle cor with the cm-the-road perform, acice and economy that appeals buyers. Pinto styled to lost bJ. io last WITH DOWN PAYMENT O.A.C. Millhaven guards 18lh AVE. No. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT .1 copy cf Ihe orocosed By. luff may bo inspected at Ins cf City ]n the City Hall during Ihe normal office hours. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any person who wishes to make representation concerning Ihe proposed shall lirsl file a SLfnmi-.'.ion with Cily Clerk not later than t o'clock in the afternoon on Wednesday, the 1st day ot Novemtcr, AND TAKE NOTICE THAT iuch as file such written submission may apptir al the PuWlc Hearing to repre- and lo answer questions at City Council concerning tneif tubrrHssions hut subject to Ihe condition lhal oral representation In support of a brlet be limited to thirty and one reouttal period of no more than tea minutes, DATED st the City of Lelhr.rltjge this 3Sth day of October, JOHN GERLAr Clt, oj KINGSTON, Ont. CCP) Most of the guards at the nearby Millhaven maximum se- curity penitentiary hegan book- off sick today in what they escribed as a protest the efusal of senior penitentiary ifficials to listen to their griev- ances. A spokesman said the action will ultimately leave only about 0 to 15 guards on duty during a shift. There are 365 convicts at the prison 13 miles west of icre. A spokesman said a tele- phone survey Indicated members of the penitentiary Married 83 years BEAU BRANCH, Ky. (AD Bkld Hollen, whose wife died si weeks ago after 83 years o marriage, was burled in tin family plot near here today Hollen. who was lOfl, and hi wife, the former Margarc Gray, who was 100, left Mfi de scondants. The family said tli couple never wore separatee for even a week of their matr riage. aff will participate and 25 will ot take part in the action. He predicted Ihe normal 35- rran day shift will be cut to ess Lha'n lialf with the four being manned as -ell as six control centres vithin the prison. A spokesman, who wished lo remain unidentified, said only enough manpower will be re- >orUng for work to feed the :onvicls and keep the in- stitution secure. Funds sought for monuments ROME (AP) A group of and art lovers l.iunched a worldwide cam- paign Wednesday for funds Ic repair Rome's antiquities. The Giacoino Boni Association for the Defence of the Monumenls of Ancient Rome, which set a goal of million, said: "The monuments of Rome belong not only to Rome but to ttie world." We're blostirts off the 1973 model year wilh out of this world" discounis on both our left over 72 s and hundreds of new 1973 cars. We're go.ng to get the new model year off to a fasr start by blast- ing prices today! STOCK NO. 97 1972 CUSTOM 500 FORD Z DOOR HARD TOP V-8 engine, auto, trans. Radio. P.S., P.8. Many extras. Paris demo. NOW ONLY STOCK NO. 155 1972 PINTO by FORD 3 DOOR MODEL 2000 cc, A WSVr1, mag speed, roof racV. wheels. Demo. NOW ONLY STOCK NO. 137 1972 GAL. 500 2 DOOR HARD TOP Foclory oir conditioning, P.S., P.B. Radio, vinyl root. Many more extras. Approx. miles. While wilh brown rool. Demo. NOW ONLY STOCK NO. 17 1972 GAIAXIE 500 4 DOOR HARDTOP Maroon with block vinyl roof, 400 cu. in. engine, V-8, automatic. P.S. and P.B., rear scot air conditioner. Dsmo. Reg. Retail NOW ONLY 55110 look Here For A Great Buy In A Used Car! 1972 CAPRI 2 DOOR HARDTOP THE SPORTY IMPORT 2000 cc, i speed, buckets, mag wheels, radial Brile yellow. Only 1 miles. Just great for or daughter ot university. 1972 LTD 1 DOOR HARDTOP tedium blue- with blue vinyl roof P.5., P.B., stereo, 400 en- gine. miles. Owner's name ovailable. 30 day uncon- ditional warranty. FANTASTIC SAVINGS ON.THIS.UNIT 1969 COUGAR CONVERTIBLE 351 auto, trans., P.5., gleam- ing black white top. Buckel sects. HERE. IT. IS. .COME. AND TEST. DRIVE. IT! 1972 PINTO 2 DOOR Ford Tltlle belter idea. Roof rack, 2000 cc engine, 4 speed, buckets. Poslcl blue. Approx. 4000 milns. Factory warranty. EXCELLENT CHRISTMAS PRESENT. FOR.YOUR WIFE 1968 THUNDERBIRD 4. DOOR. LANDAU Air conditioning, Harvest gold, green interior, power steering, brakes, seats and windows. MOVE UP.TO.LUXURY FOR.SO.LITTLE.MORE Check Our Truck Stock 1970 FORD TON V-8, AUTO. 1966 GMC TON 1965 FORD 'A TON 1970 GMC TANDEM WITH BOX AND HOIST 1969 RANGER, V-8, AUTO. 5PK.AL........1495.00 The distinctive one from Ford. New bumper end emis- sion conlcol systems. Improv- ed Ignillon and deck lid locks. And many more cfistint- live features. WIDE OPEN A.M. TO P.M. SATURDAY A.M. TO P.M. 1510 Mayor Magrafh Drive at 16th Ave. Dial 328-8861 ;