Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
M Stn-VICESAMOIgrAIRS Klrby Vacuum Sales and Service. 1283 3rd Ave. S. Free demonstration, 8962. home phone 328- C7944-H .McLean's Tree Free es-i tlmates. Pruning, trimming and lelling. Call 328-2094. 327- 1323. SALES AN6 MOVJNG OF MATURE] JREES. SPRUCE TREE FARMK LTDj pHONE 328-5806. C 791 4-tlj Trees and hedges Trimmed, pruned or removed. Prompt, reasonable. We undercut. Phone 327-2641. 3840-tf Government inspected geese. Bagg- ed and frozen. Money back guaranteed. Phone 328-6963 or Keith Bell 654-2905, Vauxhall. 6770- i 6 Heavy roasting hens, five to six IDS.. dressed, 50ft per Ib. Fryers Free delivery. Also custom processing. H. Dyck. Coaldale. Phone 345- 3224. C4842-H 86 PETS AND SUPPLIES Female Doberman Pincher, three months old for sale. Phone 328- 1241. 7035-tf Siamese Sealpoint kittens. Very gentle. Phone 752-2027. Raymond. 7153-10 Okoonawa Kennels Individual' indoor-outdoor heated solid block runs. See yellow pages. 23-tf Queensland Blue Healer pups for sale. Phone 752-3388. Raymond. 5381-tf Registered Irish Setters' Bred from champion field lines Bred for dis- position and hunting. Call (406) 334-3536. Chester. Montana.6998-19 Fiuffv white male Maltese puppy. Registered Ready by Christ- mas. Phone 756-3491, Stirling. 7115-11 I am a very gentle, affectionate, registered, male, long haired Chihuahua, six years old and I need a loving home for the rest of my days. Phone 328-1668. 7212-12 Five registered Bouvier Des Flandres pups Make ideal guard dog and pet Reasonable price. Will hold until Christmas. Phone 824-3465, Nobleford. No Sunday calls please. 7232-14 Happiness is a puppy for Christmas Marvelous children's dogs. Will keep for Christmas Eve. 756-3497. Stirling. 7187-12 Two month old black and tan female Hound pup. 328-8169; or after 5 p.m. 329-4243. Ask for Julia.7181-12 For sale Eight purebred St. Ber- nard puppies, five weeks old. Apply half mile east of Tyrell Lake sign or phone 642-2383. Warner, after 7 p.m. 7182-12 87 FUH BEARING ANIMALS FURS BOUGHT SKINNED OR UNSKINNED. PICKED UP AT YOUR DOOR. PHONE ALBERTA PACIFIC FURS COLLECT, 823-4223. Drumheller. 3730-tf 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Partner to manager Submarine Sandwich Shop in Lethbridge. a month salary plus 50% profit. Write 215 Bernard Avenue. Kelowna, BC 6412-10 Beauty salon for sale in Vauxhall Ex- cellent business opportunity Phone 654-2066. Vauxhall 6840-17 ASTRO REALTY LTD. AND INSURANCE Westminster Shopping Mall 328-7748 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY AND BUSINESS FOR SALE CUSTOM TRUCKING BUSINESS Serving the large farming community of Lomond and district with livestock and grain hauling, excellent oppor- tunity to expand Included in the sale is a lot, a 12 x 60 house trailer, a 1973 and a 1974 Ford Louibville LN 750. i-or this or many other business listings call ASTRO REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 328-7748 EXC. SERVICE STATION AND CAFE VAUXHALL AREA Well established Esso service station and cafe with three pumps. 18.000 gal. storage. Two bays with hoist. some tools and a fully equipped restaurant. Buy two homes and 5.7 acres with it all for and owner will take back an agreement. This Is a going operation and a chance to get into business for a small investment. ASTRO REALTY AND INSURANCE LTD. 328-7748 MLS Elwood Sherman ........328-2685 Don Carroll ...........327-4194 Jake Tarns..... 328-652? Alice Hahn..... 327-3708 Verna Coutts..........327-6697 Vic KautZ ...............329-0793 Tom Seines Insurance___329-4600 MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE LETHBRIDGE'S MOST PROGRESSIVE REALTOR C4474-tf M lUSINESSOPfOHTUNITIES Partner to manage Submarine Sandwich Shop. per month salary plus 50% profit. Write 215 Ber- nard Ave., Kelowna, B.C. 6653-13 FOR SALE Country General Store in prosperous Southern Alberta, Heart of the cattle country. Reason for selling other Interests. Phone Lundbreck. 5711-14D Good paying dry cleaning plant. Well established, reasonably priced. Owner retiring. Will remain active to assist If required. Terms to responsi- ble party. Write Box 53. Herald. 7054-1Z Coin laundry business. 22 washers, Inglis, new; 18 washers, used four years; 13 dryers in good condition, gas; two large A.E. Smith water heating systems like new, water softener Duro. Can be bought with building or bought equipment only and lease on building or equipment taken out by purchaser to other premises. Contact B. J. Viens, Port Macleod. 6923-tf COUNTRY HOTEL Central Alberta. Modern six guest rooms and living quarters, Broadioom, bar seats 65. Summer Beer Garden. Cafe, owner operated. Turnover Asking Down payment Ideal starter. Call Tom Kammermayer, Hicke Real Estate. 5014 49th St., Red Deer, Alberta. Bus. Ph. 346-6608. or Res. Ph. 782-6460. C5019-13 HOTEL Central Alberta. In progressive town of Hotel in excellent condition. No A.L.C.B. recommendations. 19 rooms. Bar seats 160. Cafe (rented) seats 60. Turnover increasing an- nually. Should do this year. For more information, call Tom Kammermayer. Hicke Real Estate, 5014 49th St., Red Deer, Alberta. Bus. Ph. 346-6608 or Res. Ph. 782-6460. C5019-13 90 CONTRACTS Circle K Excavating, 327-8123. Bob- cat specialists. Dirt and gravel leveling, snow removal. We can do any job for you. 7143-tf Willing to build new homes, commer- cial buildings or renovate your pre- sent home. Peter Simons and Sons Construction Ltd. Phone 327-6052 or 328-4066. 6571-J6 Trenching, plowing, hoeiny, itallatlons and supplies. In- Prairie Ditching Company PHONE 327-8280 C2463-0 'PUBLIC NOTICES TRAILER COURT In foothills town of Central Alberta. 12 5 acres divided into 56 lots, very neat. Includes living quarters, garage, and laundromat. Town water, sewer, anc! gas on ail lots. Waiting list for vacancy Annual gross revenue approx. Call Tom Kammer- mayer. Hicke Real Estate. 5014 49th St.. Red Deer. Alberta. Bus. Ph. 346- 6608. or Res. Ph. 782-6460. C5020-13 EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES In Vulcan Area General store (groceries and Low price of S37.500. MLS. Cafe restaurant showing excellent profits MLS. Welding shop good net returns. MLS In Foremost Area Up to date theatre building com- plete with all equipment, on main street in growing Southern Alberta town. MLS. Commercial property in prosperous Southern Alberta town of Foremost Exclusive Blacksmith shop on main street of Foremost Only shop within 25 mile radius MLS. Contact- Anyone knowing the present whereabouts of Frances Mary Davis, mother of John Scott Davis and Donna Lynn Ward, please contact Box No. 54 regarding an urgent fami- ly matter. D22 IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate of Winona Nelson late of the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 22nd Oc- tober, 1974. Take Notice that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named, must file with the undersign- ed Solicitor by the 20th day of January 1975, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. WARREN L. JONES Box 165, Raymond, Alberta Solicitor for the Executrix Helen D28 OLIVER HANDLEY Real Estate Investments Ltd. Coaldale 345-3534 LES HANDLEY 345-4587 ROGER HANOLEY 345-3039 FRED BURTON 328-8618 C4953-tf 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St S 90 CONTRACTS Ted Bingharn Construction Custom Buill Homes additions, rumpus rooms and renovations Phone 327- 3284 4056-tf G 8 J Ornamental Iron Company, ex- tenor rails and interior rails Specialists in plastic covering and or- namental furniture. Box 85. Kipp. Phone 327-9818. 327-9519. 7116-13 Interior, exterior painting, small carpentry jobs, roof repairs- Reasonable 9743. Phone Bil 328- 4358-tf PRESTIGE HOMES AND CONSTR. Phone us for homes and home im- provements, garages, rumpus rooms and all cement work. Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 327-0939. 756-tf Fences repaired, built. Miscellaneous building. Concrete patios, sidewalks, drives, steps, chimneys, all repairs. Jim 327-5087, 328- 3983. 7799-tf MURRAY FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, land- scaping, back filling, driveway, corral cleaning, rototilling. No job too small or too large. 327-5817. 2120-tf THE FAMILY C HANDY MAN SERVICES Serving home and industry. Garbage I collection; yards, basements and gar- ages cleaned Free estimates. Phone 328-4592 2509-tr ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DCORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. C1936-tf BOX NUMBER REPLIES 148, 113, 108.96.76. RCUS "Look here! Cookies? Dolly! Jeffy! PJ! Come get o cookie! Gallant gunmen get jewels NEW YORK (AP) Five gallant gunmen who hauled I away more than in jewelry and cash from safe deposit boxes at the elegant Sherry-Netherland Hotel were being sought today by police and the FBI. The daring heist began about a.m. Monday, when a well-dressed man gave his suitcase to a bellman, walked from the Fifth Avenue entrance of the Manhattan hotel to the front desk, said he had a reservation and dis- played a snub-nosed .38- calibre gun. Within minutes, three arm- ed men wearing swept into the lobby and courteously corrall- ed 11 employees, plus two honeymooning guests who arrived later from a night on the town. All the victims but the bride were handcuffed and held in an alcove for two hours while a fifth man used a hammer and steel punch to break into 55 safe deposit boxes. A gunman who sought to calm the bride, Mrs. Roberto DeBarros of Sao Paulo, Brazil, allowed her to sit on a stool instead of the floor, and offered her a cigarette. "It was a gentleman's rob- manager Philip Lan- dau said. "Our guests are some of the most prominent people in the country and the world. They are all-very quiet and and so were those people who walked in this morning." Among those with apartments at the hotel are film magnate Jack Warner, actor Danny Kaye, jeweller Harry Winston and director Francis Ford Coppola. When the robbers finished they herded their captives to an elevator, sent them to the 19th floor, told them to wait and disappeared. Calgary ends taxi 'rip-off CALGARY (CP) Calgary's great "taxi cab rip- off" is ending as city council cracks down on businesses which turn a hefty profit by renting city curbsides to taxi cab companies. The city's legislation com- mittee Monday approved a new taxi bylaw amendment which ends the practice of renting cab parking space to individual cab companies. The city levied a per month charge on businesses for the use of the street and curbside as cab stands. In turn, the businesses rented them back to cab com- panies for between and per year. The new bylaw also opens all cab stands to all com- panies, ending the practice of companies which can afford to pay the inflated rents hav- ing monopoly control over certain choice cab stands. STATE FLOWER The state flower of Colorado is the Rocky Mountain Colum- bine. f 3 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Tuviday, Otctmbtr 10, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -27 Spy not expected back in Canada DEATHS NEWBY Ethel passed away peacefully at Bradford Yorkshire, England, December 9, 1974. Ethel, widow of the late Samuel Newby and dearly loved mother of Mabel, Mrs. D. B. Neilson, Lethbridge, Eileen, Mrs. E. Beaumont, Bradford, Kenneth, Newmarket; grand- mother of David S. Neilson, Stirling, Alta., Ian B. Neilson, Cold Lake, Alta., Alison M. Neilson, Lethbridge, Dawne E. Scott Davies of Hong Kong, Kim S. Newby, and Ian B. D. Newby, Newmarket. 7234A DICKINSON Monday, December 9, 1974, John G. (Jack) aged 84 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Annie (Nan) Dickinson, Claresholm, pass- ed away following a brief ill- ness. Mr. Dickinson is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Born at Browney, Durham, England, he came to Canada in 1903 with the Barr Colonists along with two brothers, Harry and Bill Dickinson, to Battleford, Sask., where he met and married Annie Hathaway. In 1913 they moved to Woodhouse, Alta. and in 1926 to Claresholm, residing there since. Services at the Claresholm United Church Thursday at 2 p.m., Rev. E. Sinclair Reikie officiating. Interment Claresholm Cemetery. If desired, contributions may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, No. 200, 1609 14 St. S.W. T3C 1E3, Calgary. LEYDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Claresholm Branch, Directors of Services. C5056 BARNSLEY Catherine, age 55 of 3620 Rosewood, Trail, B.C., passed away suddenly December 1st, 1974 at home. Born at St. Boniface, Manitoba on November 7, 1919. Past president of the Rotary Anns and also the Anglican Church Women's. Survived by her husband Bill; two sons, Roger and his wife Paula of Lethbridge; Craig of Burnaby, B.C.; one sister, Marylynn Rauhaus of Van- couver; one brother William Beaton of Vancouver; her mother Mrs. Ella May Beaton of Vancouver; one grandson Andrew. Funeral services were conducted from St. Andrew's Anglican Church in Trail, Friday, December 6th at 10 a.m. The Rev. Bill Townson officiated. Family commital services were held in Vancouver, Saturday, Dec. 7 at 10 a.m. Floral tributes were gratefully declined. Memorials may be made to the Trail Branch, Kootenay Society for Handicapped Children, Box 131 Trail, B.C. CARBERRY'S FUNERAL HOME, was in charge of arrangements. 7233 NEAL Passed away in the city on Saturday, December 7, 1974, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Percy Harold Albert Neal at the age of 82 years of Milk River, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Greta Neal. Born at Ban- bury, Oxfordshire, England. July 16, 1892, he came to Canada with his parents in 1907. and settled in Raymond, Alta. Later he came to Milk River where his parents had taken up land in 1908. He was a veteran of the first World War, having enlisted with the 113th Highlanders in Lethbridge and went overseas. He was wounded in the Battle of Vimy Ridge and arrived back in Canada in July, 1918. In 1921 he married Miss Greta Goss of Bonny River. N.B. and lived on the old farm until he retired to Milk River in 1957. He leaves to mourn one son, Kenneth Hugh of Winnipeg; one sister Mrs. L. (Mildred) Zorn of Waterton Park; two brothers Ernest and Harold both of Milk River; and one grandson Christopher. He was predeceased by" his wife who passed away suddenly in 1959. The funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. or. Wednesday, December 11, 1974, in Milk River United Church, with Rev. Paul Shaw officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot Archmount Memorial Gardens. Lethbridge. Those who wish may pay their respects at the church from 12 noon until prior to the time of service. In lieu of flowers those who wish may make donations to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C5057 DEATH S HAMILTON Passed away on Monday, December 9, 1974, William Hamilton, aged 66 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Connie Hamilton of Fort Macleod. Born and raised in Fort Macleod he was very active in both hockey and baseball. He worked for the Imperial Oil Company in Fort Macleod and in 1938 married Connie Reid in Lethbridge. He joined the CPR in 1942, retir- ing in 1971. He was a member of the United Trainmen. Besides his wife he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. B. (Joan) Billet of Nelson, B.C.; two granddaughters; two brothers, Wes of Kamloops, B.C., Hector of Fort Macleod; three sisters, Mrs. Martha O'Connor of Banff, Mrs. Margaret Burrows of Fort Macleod and Mrs. Laura Madsen of Calgary. The funeral service will be held in Eden's Funeral Chapel, Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. R. Hunt officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Cana- dian Cancer Society, Fort Macleod Drug Stores. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C5055 IN MEMORIAMS JACKSON In loving memory of my parents. Dad Guy Jackson, who passed away December 10, 1973 and Mom Mrs. Mina Jackson, who passed away January 3 1974. "Pearls of great worth in my treasure box of memories." Hurst 7189 DORREN In loving memory of a dear son-in-law, John, passed away December 10, 1966. Memories are treasures no one can steal. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. No longer with us our lives to share, Still in our hearts you are always there. missed by Mom. Stewart and Family 7188 VAN DEURZEN In lov- ing memory of a dear sister and aunt, Mary Van Deurzen, who passed away December 10, 1973. One year has passed since that sad day. It was God's will that you should not stay. A million words cannot ex- press. Our heartache, sadness, and loneliness. remembered and sadly missed. John. Myr- na, Joyce, Shirley and Johnny. 7213 DORREN In loving memory of a dear dad and grandfather, John Dorren, who passed away December 10, 1974. It takes someone special To be a dad who's grand. Someone with an under- standing way A gentle guiding hand, Someone you can love, respect and look up to. In other words it takes a dad, who was just like you. and missed by. Joan and Rex, Ron and Betty, Bryon and Eleanor and families 7190 DORREN In loving memory of a dear husband John Dorren, who passed away December 10, 1966. I wish that I could tell you Just how much you mean to me. For you are all the cherish- ed things A husband ought to be, I'm thankful for the happy hours I've known because of you. Your love, your thought- ful way and understanding too. remembered and sadly missed, Isa. 7191 CARDS OF THANKS CASSEL We would like to express our appreciation to our many friends and relatives during the recent bereavement of our father, grandfather, and brother. and Mrs. D. Cassel and Mrs. G. Joseph Eva Cassel 7183 SPENCER We wish to express our sincere apprecia- tion to our relatives, friends, and neighbors for their kind expressions of sympathy in the recent loss of our mother and grandmother. Many thanks for the flowers, plants, cards, food and contributions to the Cancer Fund. Special thanks to Rev. Father Bruce Fields for his many visits: to the pallbearers: to the doctors and staff of fourth floor Municipal Hospital and the Auxilary Hospital. Also many thanks to the ladies who assisted with lunch. Your thoughtfulness is most appreciated. Doreen and girls 7229 OTTAWA (CP) If a Soviet KGB agent named a representative to the 1976 Olympics in Montreal plans to return to Canada, he has given no indication of it to officials. The external affairs depart- ment said Monday that Alex- ander Gresko, 37, once expell- ed from Britain for spying, has made no application for a visa to return or take up residence. A spokesman declined com- ment when asked if external affairs knew of Gresko's back- ground when he arrived in No- vember and subsequently was photographed with the prime minister. The Olympic Games organ- izing committee (COJO) said in a statement Friday that Gresko was appointed by the Soviet Union as an attache to the Olympics and was to be in continued contact with it and to help with lodging arrangements, permitted un- der article 46 if the Olympic rules permit this. Officials in Ottawa said most countries so far have ap- pointed Canadians or members of their missions to Canada to this position. Gresko, vice-president of the international relations committee for the Soviet ministry of sport, was an organizer of the recent Canada-Russia hockey series. He visited Prime Minister Trudeau Nov. 14 and received a hockey sweater. RCMP officials declined to say whether the prime minister or any member of his staff was warned that Gresko was a KGB man. But they acknowledged that in the usual course of events a report outlining his activities would have been sent to the prime minister's office. De Gaulle humor comes to life Patterns Winning Wardrobe PRINTED PATTKRN By BERNARD EDINGER PARIS (Reuter) The late Gen. Charles de Gaulle's ice- cool but devastating brand of personal humor, often ex- ercised at the expense of aides, conies sharply to life in a book that is fast becoming the talk of Paris. Claude Dulong, a historian and wife of former French government minister Jean Sainteny, says in the book that one man who suffered from the general's biting criticism was former prime minister Pierre Messmer. She writes that after a coup d'etat in the West African re- public of Gabon, closely linked to Paris, de Gaulle com- mented to Messmer: "Do you mean to tell me we are paying all these generals and all these colonels in the Gabon the coup was carried out by non-com- missioned In the book, entitled Daily Life at the Elysee Palace in the Time of Charles de Gaulle, Mrs. Dulong tells of a cabinet session at which a minister announced the sale of French- made Caravelle airliners to Austrian Airlines. According to the book, the minister repeated the com- pany's name several in for- getting de Gaulle's aversion to the encroachment of the English language around the world. De Gaulle finally boomed out: "Austrian Airlines, Aus- trian Airlines. What's the matter with the Austrians? Can't they speak German like everyone At another cabinet meeting, in 1963, de Gaulle listened in ill-concealed rapture to the woes besetting Britain where John Profumo, then secretary of state at the British war of- fice, was at the centre of a sex and security scandal. "Well, the gen- eral said, "France is not so badly off in comparison with the rest of Europe. We can en- visage the coming months with serenity." But setting a severe gaze on one minister known for his weakness for beautifu women, he added: "Unless there is a Profumo in our midst." The general regarded with contempt politicians who brought their private lives into the public eye and ex- tended this rule to his entire family. The ber of the family to incur the general's wrath for infringing this cardinal rule was his fa- vorite grandson. Charles, then aged 16. The young de Gaulle had permitted a press photogra- pher to take his photograph sitting at an outdoor cafe with a popular singer. Early next morning, the young sinner was summoned to the Elysee Palace where aides, ushering the quaking young man into de Gaulle's study, had a glimpse of the general standing livid behind his desk, holding the offend- ing picture with his fingertips as if it were contagious. De Gaulle refused to have his salary increased during his tenure with the result that when he stepped down in 1969, he was receiving hardly more than his chief cook. He always made it a point to shut off the lights after leav- ing his office and refused to have his private apartments at the Elysee renovated "because there is no reason why the republic should pay enormous amounts for my comfort when I am only pass- ing through this house." Price, however, was the least of concerns when the reputation of France was at stake. Asked once to choose from among a number of presents for a visiting head of state, de Gaulle immediately replied: "France is offering the gift- just make sure it is the most expensive." Side tabs top slits in the pant- suit or pleats in the dress ver- sion! Sew trio in packable polyester and forget about what to wear cares. Printed Pattern 4586: Half Sizes 12Vz, 14V2, 16V2, Size 14Vz (bust 37) takes 3V4 yds. 54-in. for each cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add 7c sales tax. Print plainly Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7. Crochet Cape Canadian farmers needed EDMONTON (Staff) Canada's farming community can best help developing countries by providing the practical experience in an advisory role "back in the says the president of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture. Charles Munro, a dairy farmer from Ontario, told 350 delegates to the annual meeting of Unifarm Monday he would like to see more young farmers with a few years ex- perience and older farmers share their skills to lend stability into agriculture in developing countries. He said farmers with doctorates or those with no ex- perience aren't needed. Sending experienced help would alleviate problems inherent in food aid programs now being undertaken by- Canada. Mr. Munro, who attended the recent world food conference in Rome, said just to provide food from Canada isn't all the answer. Not only is it difficult to get food into some countries, it is difficult to store it once there and in many cases the people don't know how to use food from Canada. Sending food into foreign countries can also have a depressing effect on the local farmers, creating unfair com- petition, he said. Instead of being helped, local farmers are forced to quit producing, adding to the pressure on the food aid programs. Mr. Munro said many developing countries must learn to help themselves. Beauty of a cape it has a collar, yoke, rich fringe. FIRST in fashion is the longer cape. Crochet in 2 colors. Shell and lacy stitch create luxurious look. Use worsted. Pattern 7289: sizes 8- 20 included. 75 cents each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15< each pattern for first- class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7. Ont. residents add Sf sales tax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Addreti.