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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mfey, July 10, THI UTHBKIDGE HCRAID SB 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SERVICE STATION WITH RESI. dencc, for rent In Hardlwlll., Alta. Phone 32B-2B33. WANTED A J3.000 Investment could give you perpetual Income of up to S5000 an- Suallv. No Irlflers. Box SB PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS GROCERY STORE, SITUATED IN heart of grain or cattle country. Would consider equity In a duplex or resl. S. as par! payment. Will lease with option to purchase. Terms available to reputable party. Yearly Increase In volume. Heallh reasons tor selling. Ex- cellent opportunity for a family busi- ness Wrlli Box 43, Lethbridge Herald. SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned will be received up to o'clock p.m., Friday, August 6th, 1971 tor the purchase of a one storey building and lots located at tiie corner of 2nd Avenue and centre Street in the Town of Bow Island, commonly known as the Elks Hall. The property may be viewed by contacting the undersigned. Terms of the Sale will be cash. The highest or any tender not nee- essarily accepted. Ralph Bateman, secretary Elks Building Committee, P.O. Box 2tM. Bow Island, Alta. Phone 545-2523. VENDINS IS GOOD BUSINESSl Excellent Spare Time Income Our Company Is expanding and requires full or part time distributors to >er- vice New Type high-quality vending machines In your area. Routes will be established. No selling. Qualifications required: Honesly, sin- eerily, a good car, references, able to snend six to ten hours weekly, cash Investment of to Invest- ment secured: Reply giving your phone number, ref- erences and qualifications to: B. V. DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED Depf. "A" 1163 Tecumseh Road, Ecst WINDSOR 20, Ontario Births, jbeatL, Cards Of jhanL, Jn fflenioriams FOR SALE Alberto Wheat Pool offers for sole by tender the property and single storey four room dwelling at Crad- dock. sale Is for cash and Information and forms for submitting a tender may be obtained from the Pool agent at Lethbridge, New Dayton or Stirling. Tenders will be accepted up to Aug- ust 21, 1971 and these should be for- warded to: The Treasurer Alberta Wheat Pool Sox 2700 CALGARY, Alberta The highest or any bid not neces- sarily accepted. B" BIRTH and Mrs. Murray Mills of Lethbridge announce the arrival of their daughter, Michelle Marie, born July 27, 1971, (weight 6 Ibs. 8 Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Paulence and Mr. jnd Mrs. Warren Mills, all of Lethbridge. 3738 DEATHS 74 IOANS INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1527 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial properties. Farms and ranches. Clly or Town. Lov.'OSt inlerest rates available. Firsl and second mortgages. C6407-31 SECOND MORTGAGE LOANS From to or more For any worthwhile reason. Monthly Interest Borrow Payments Rate 5 28.67 16% 15 130.56 15 Examples based on 15 year amortiza- tion. Visit or Phone C.A.C. REALTY LIMITED A SUBSIDIARY OF CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE Corporation Limited College Shopping Mall Lcthbridqe, Alberta Phone 328-3381 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE of ROBERT BARVA, late of the City of Lethbridge, In the Province of Alberta, who died on the 13th day of February, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that ill persons Hav- ing claims upon the estate of ttie above named must file with the under- mentioned Solicitors by the 7th day of September, A.D. 1971 a full state ment of their claims and of securi ties held by them. HUCKVALE WILDE KRUSHEL, Barristers and Solicitors, Acadia Building, Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executor, Frank Barva. B8' SCHOOL BUSES FOR SALE Bids will be received by the under- signed ynill p.m. August 17, 1971 for the disposal of Ihe following used school buses: G.M.C. 36 passenger. Serial No. 6-cyllnder motor I.H.C. 36 passenger. Serla No. B153SBI254.J9C. V-8 motor. I.H.C. 36 passenger. Serlff) No. B153SBI27079C. V-8 motor. These units will be sold on an "as is' "where Is" basis and may be in spetted at the Divisional Garage In Pincher CreeK. A deposit of 10% rrus accompany each bid. The highest or any bid not necessarily accepted. R. J. Roth, Secretary-Treasurer Pincher Creek School Division No. 2! Box 219 PINCHER CREEK, Alberta B75 POTOCNJAK Mass will be held on Saturday, July in St. Patrick's Church at 8 a m for Mrs. Maria Fotocnjak. 3B73A 75 CONTRACTS WILL DO PA HTING PRIVATE OR commercial. Phone 328-8543. 2793-tf BOBCAT SAND AND GRAVEL General trucking, front-end loader and topsoll. Phone 327-3047. 2669-1 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS, NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING PHONE JONES ROOFING, 32B- 5745. FRED STE1NER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing, In- sured, free estimates. Phone 327-6286. GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson end Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. 5. Phone C7377-H ALL REPAIRS CHIMNEYS, P1RE- place, cemenl, brick, painting. Reno- vations and house raising. Phone 378- 1055. 1860-tf ALL TYPES OF CABINET WORK Desks, furniture, children's furniture, etc Reasonable rates. No phone. Write Box 118, Shaughnessy, Sam's Handy- man Shop. 3700-30 PUBLIC NOTICE TENDERS FOR HAY AND STRAW Tenders are Invited for the supply and delivery of Hay and Straw as bllows to the Canada Agriculture Re search Station, Lethbridge, and the Canada Agriculture Research substa Ion, One-four Alberta -ethbridge 125 rtons of straw, wheat, open stem 300 tons hay, alfalfa, second (will accept 5 per cent grass) 150 tons of straw, bedding. Onefour 425 tons hay, alfalfa, second cuttlnj (will accept 5 per cent grass) 250 tons hay, second cutting, alfal and grass mix (minimum 6 0 pe cent alfalfa) End dimensions of bales for Onefou must not exceed IB Inches by 14 inche All handling must be performed b Ihe supplier. Bids on all or any part of above quan titles will be. considered. Tenders wi close p.m. Thursday, August l 1971. For further Information and quota tlon request farms, contact C. G Schoenlng, Assistant Admin, Office Canada Agriculture Research Station Uethbrldge, Alberta. Phone 327-4561. NOTICE TO TENDERERS EASTERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT Sealed Tenders for the construction oi the Spring Hill Canal Turnout Struc- ture, Section 30, Twp. 20, Rge. 17, W4M, and the Lathom Flume Replace- ment Structures, Sections 20 and 29, Two 20, Roe 17, W4M, for the Eastern Irrigation will be received at the office of the Eastern Irriga- tion District up to N qon, M.S.T., August 18, 1971. Both projects will be tendered together as one con- The work on the three concrete structures Includes: 700 ruble yards concrete (approx.) 5 radial gates Copies of Drawings and Specifications may be obtained through the Calgary Office nf the Consulting Engineers and the Office of the Eastern Irrigation District on or after August 4, 1971, upon a deposit of in cheque, made payable to the Engineers. Tenders must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the amount of 10% of the total tender price payable to the Eastern Irrigation District, or by a certified cheque In the aryount of of the total tender price ac- companied by a Consent of Surety Form in an amount equal to Fifty percent of the Contract sum. The Owner reserves t h e right to waive Informalities In or reject any or all Tenders, deemed favourable In the interests pf the Owner. Board of Directors Eastern Irrigation District. Brooks, Alberta. Underwood McLellan and Associates Limited, Consulting Professional Engineers, 2540 Kensington Road N.W., Calgary 42, Alberta. THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice Is hereby given th the undersigned Intends to apply t The Alberta Liquor Control Board for a licence to sell beer, wine and 1 quor by the glass for consumption only on he licensed portion of the prem ses In accordance with the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act and the Reg- ulations made thereunder with re- soect to the following described prem- ises: Name of Applicant JOHN MYSYK AND WALTER J. MYSYK PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS TRANSPORT HOTEL PLAINSMAN Address 332 1st Avenue, South, Leth- bridge. Alberta. Lot 8 to 11. Block 4. Plan No. 4353 S Objections to this application shall ue made forthwith to The Alberta Li- quor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Lethbridge Alberta, this 9th day of July, 1971. JOHN MYSYK AND WALTER J. MYSYK WALTER J. MYSYK HOTEL MANAGER W1THAGE Passed away suddenly at the residence on Puesday, July 27, 1971, Mr. Cornelius Albertus Withage, at he age of 77 years, beloved msband of Mrs. Willemina (Minnie) of 330 12 St. C N. The uneral service will be held ai 2 p.m. on Saturday in the Leth- bridge Christian Reformed Church, 1807 2 Avenus A North, with Kev. L. Mulder officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Archmount Mem- orial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at MARTIN BROS. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Street N., phone 328-2361. In lieu of flowers, those who wish may donate to the Alber- ta Heart Fund, care of Mrs. M. N Wray, 1705 15th Street South. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6506 YOUNG George R., of HHl Spring, passed away in Cardston on Friday, July 30, 1971, at the age of 78 years, be- loved husband of the late Eva Young of Hill Spring. Mr. Young was born in Hybla, On- taric on August He had been a livestock dealer and a wool buyer in the Cardston dis- trict for many years. He leaves to mounr his passing one son, Raymond of Hill Spring; two daughters, Mrs. Dale (Lois) Wynder of Hill Spring and Mrs. E. K. (Mabel) Garner of Calgary, 0 grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. He was prede- eased by his wife, Eva in 1955, son bale in 1934 and a grandson, Barton to 1968. Fu- eral services will be held in ic Hill Spring L.D.S. Chapel n Monday, August 2, 1971 at p.m. Those who wish, may >ay their respects at the Chris- .ensen Chapel in Cardston on londay from 12 noon to .m. prior to departure for the uneral service. Christensen almon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C6505 FUNERALS WALTERS Funeral ser- vice for Violet May Walters, who died July 26, 1971, was held at p.m. Thursday, July 29, 1971, in the Foothills United Church, Cowley, with Robert LePage officiating. Pallbearers were Lyndon Ir- win Keith Fitzpatrick and Craig, Edward, Richard and Robert Wallers. Interment was in the Fairview Cemetery, Pincher Creek. Funeral ar- rangements were by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. ELIASEN Funeral service for Miss Emma Eliasen, who died at Barons Saturday, July 24, 1971, at the age of 72 years was held at p.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Memorial Cha- pel, 703 13th St. N. with Rev. John D. Neuman officiating Pallbearers were Bruce Swar en, Bill and Stan Cutforth, Ed ward Barber and Gerald and Allan Low. Interment was in the Bowville Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funera Service, was in charge of the arrangements. ser- vice for James Rollingson, be- loved husband of Mrs. Goldie Hollingson of 1248 8th Ave. A South who died in the city Tues- day, July 29, 1971, in Martin illness at the age of 68 years, was held at p.m. Thurs- day, July 29, 1971, in Martin Bros. Memorial chapel, 703 13th St. N. Pallbearer's were Bill, Jim, Bob, Roy and Jimmy Crawford, Garry Fabbi, Terry and Bob Eftoda. Cremation fol- lowed. Martin Bros. Ltd., direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements Ship workers to be idled LONDON (CP) Virtually all of Scotland was up in arms today as the Heath government announced drastic surgery to carve the heart out of the world-f amous Upper Clyde ship- building industry, renowned for the Cunard Queens. At least ship workers and perhaps another sub- House prices rise Supermarkets test pricing system CARD OF THANKS NIEBOER We would like to express a sincere thank you to all our friends and neigh- bors who have shared with us, the loss of our dear father, Wil- liam Nieboer. A special thanks to the matron, staff and resi- dents of Green Acres Lodge, where dad was at home for some eight years; to the doc- tors and nurses of the Leth- bridge Municipal Hospital Your kindness and considera tion will not be forgotten. The Nieboer and Voss families 3816-31 Pattern DYING MOTHER WITH CHILD Mrs. Lyn 20, of Denver tells of the young thief who stole Ihe tope recorder and tape containing her thoughts on how it feels to be dying and raising children at the same time." Mrs. Helton said she suffers from a rare bone cancer that is terminal. Sitting on her lap is daughter Jennifer, 20 months. Nearby is the crutch needed to walk since cancer mmobilized one leg. TORONTO (CP) Spokes- men for supermarket chains here reacted Thursday to Con- sumer Affairs Minister Ron Basford's request that they initi- ate unit pricing in their stores, Unit pricing indicates the cost of a product broken down per ounce or per pound to help the shopper determine the better buy for items available in more than one package size. A and P president Fred Ken- nedy said his company would soon begin experimenting with unit pricing on a wide rage of products to determine the cost of such a program. But he doesn't see much need for it. "I don't want to slight some- thing that everybody wants but I don't want to saddle consum- ers with extra he said. He said it would cost many thousands of dollars in overtime to re-label all the store shelves, but probably wouldn't cost much to keep the program going once it was established. A ?nd P policy is to pass on savings to cusotmers on large- size packages, he added. ALREADY USE IT Two Ontario food-store chains voluntarily introduced the unit- pricing system earlier this year. SEALED TENDERS will be re- ceived by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. standard Time on Wed- nesday, August lllh, 1971 for the con- traction of the following work: Project S.R. 855, w. of Andrew to Smoky Lake, Mile 170.00 to Mile 185.38 and Mile 185.87 to Mile 186.36, Grading, Gravel Surfacing and Other Work. Approximate Quantities, Cubic yards of Excavation, cubic yards of Gravel. Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the office ot the Chief Construction Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, the office of the iJIMrlct Engineer, 1707 ith Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, and the office of the District Fnginecr, Administra- tion Lethbridge, Alberta, and will be avalinble only to Individuals registered and operating In the Prov- ince of Alberta or to partnerships or corporations roistered and operating In and who have established a fixed place of husiness In the Province of Alberta. A deposit ol Twenty-Five Dollars payable to the Pro- vlnclal Treasurer, will be required for each copy of the Contract and Specifi- cations taken, and tor grading pre- lects, profiles will be supplied upon a li-rlher deposit ol Twenty-Five Each bid must accompanied by marked cheque or bond equal to of Tender. Tenders will b e opened in Public. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily acccplcd. L. H. McManus. DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT. 674 INVITATION TO TENDER TOWN OF NANTON Seated fenders for the Construction of a Pollution Control Centre for thn Town of Nanton, will be received until p.m. M.S.T.. Tuesday Auqust 17th, 1971, at the office of the Consulting Ennfneers In Caloary. The work consists of the construc- tion of an oxidation ditch, clarlfler and pumphousp- the installation o equipment supplied by the Owner, anc related works. Bona-flde contractors may obtain plans and specifications from the of- fice of the Consulting Engineers, on deooslt of SJS.OO In the form of a eer tifipd made navnMe to the En fjincers. The deposit will be only if the nlans and specifications are returned In good order prior to the closlnq of tenders or If a bona-fid tender Is received. Tenders must be accompanied by a written consent of surety and a certl fled cheque or bid In the nmoun of ten per cent of eacl lender submitted. The Owner reserves the right t waive Informalities In, or reject Any o nil Tenders or to accept the Tende deemed most favorable for the pro- tect. Mr. R. V. Haltett Secretary-Treasurer Town of Nanton Nanton, Alberta D. G. Mathleu Consultlnn Elnglneerlnn Ltd. 7335 Flint Road S. E. Calgary 27, Alberta. B? ANNIVERSARY FORT MACLEOD (Special Former Fort Maclcod p oncers Mr. and Mrs. W. J Murphy recenty celebrated their golden wedding miniver snry at Calgary where the} now reside. Several fricnr and relatives attended from Fort Macleod. MADER Passed away in Coaldale on Thursday, July 29, 971, following a brief illness, Mrs. Barbara Mader, at the age of 77 years of Lethbridge. Born, raised and educated in Russia, the late Mrs. Mader came to Canada to make her lome in Southern Alberta with lev niece and nephew and their amilies in 1953. For the past wo years she has been a pa- ient in the Edith Cavell Nurs- ng Home, Lethbridge. She is survived by her niece, Mrs. Inna Beier and family and her nephew, Mr. Johannes Vogel and family of Turin, and one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Walter, Edmonton. She was predeceased by her husband in 1929. Prayers will be said at p.m. Friday (tonight) in Martin Brothers Memorial Chapel, 703 13 Street N. phone 328-2361. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m., Sat- urday, in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father G. Marien, celebrant. Merment will follow in the Mount Cal- vary section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. 06507 Enjoy making unusual quili via this time-saving method! Quilt as you sew it's made in five thicknesses and-pompon trimmed. No interlining neces- sary. Pat. 7079: charts, patch patterns, directions, yardages included. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps please) add 15 cents fo each pattern for mailing and special handling to THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Otnario Visits family NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mrs. Lee Farough nnd boys motored to Manitoba to visit with her family. Miss Mona-Rae Stoller accompanied them. Tour Sportplex COALDALE (HNS) Th public will have the opportunit to see first hand how construe tion of the Caoldale and Di; trict Sportsplex is proceeding Tours of the facilities bein built will be made from 5 I 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 1, the f nal event in the Coaldale Se tier's Days celebrations. usbaat Annie o haracter reator dies NEW YORK (CP) Norman eilly Raine, author and screen- r er best known as the crea- tor of the Tugboat Annie char- cter of screen, book, and omic strip died, July 19, it was earned here. News of his death in hospital t Woodland Hills, Calif., was elayed at the request of his widow until his only other survi- vor, his brother Jcmes arrived rom England. Raine, who won an Oscar in 1937 for his film script The Life f Emile Zola, was a member of h e Canadian Expeditionary force during the First World Var, and returned to Toronto to lecome an assistant editor with Maclean's magazine. He was a former governor of he Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, a membar of the Canadian Military Institute, the Toronto Writers and Screen- writers Guild and the California Writers Guild. It was in 1933 that Tugboat Annie sprang to life in a Raine 'ilm script. A scrapping, ram- bunctious character, her es- capes were placed on the United States West Coast where she was the captain of the tug Nar- cissus, home port Puget Sound. Raine later collaborated with Hohn Guy Gilpatric, who cre- ated the popular Mr. Glencan- non character. The two charac- ters met and became the sub- ject of a six-part serial in the Saturday Evening Post. To Queensland NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mrs. Kay Gaffney and son Ben have left by jet for an extended holi- day with her parents in Queensland, Australia. Mrs. Gaffney has taughl Grade 4 at the Noble Central School for the past two years. Mr. Gaffney will soon be leaving for the United States to further his education. Food City inaugurated the practice in its 31 Ontario mar- kets in April and IGA intro- duced the system in 140 of its central Ontario stores in May. A spokesman for the firms said public reaction is "damn good. It's going along nicely." A spokesman for Dominion Stores Ltd. said Dominion is currently experimenting with unit pricing in a few stores. He said that in the state of Massachusetts, where the To- ronto-based company also oper- ates, a law requires unit pricing and specifies the size of type used on the pricing tickets. NOT BEING TRIED An executive of Lpblaw Gro- ceterias Ltd. said unit pricing is not being tried except for meat and produce items, which have been unit priced for some time "I think the government is more interested in detergents and breakfast foods rather than the facial tissues mentioned by the minister, which I fount rather he said. He said he would prefer not to discuss future policy for com TORONTO (CP) The aver- age selling price of urban hous- ing in Canada has risen by al- most 11 per cent since 1968, ac- cording to a report prepared by the Toronto-based real estate firm of A. E. LePage Ltd. The average price at that time for a house in a metropoli- tan area was says the company, but by the first quarter of 1971 the price had risen to The only region where prices have dropped steadily was Quebec where the price of an average home had dropped from in 1968 to in 1971. In all other areas there was a substantial increase during the same period although Saskat- chewan and Alberta both expe- rienced a price drop in the first quarter of 1971. Alberta's average house price went from in 1968 to in 1970 and then dropped to this year. In Saskat- chewan the selling price climbed from in 1968 to in 1970 and dropped to in 1971. In British Columbia the aver- age house price rose from in 1968 to in 1971; n Manitoba the rise was from to In the Mari- imes a house that sold for in 1968 now would com- mand On a clty-to-city basis the company surveyed the average sidiary breadwinners may be thrown out of work in the pro- posed closjre of two of the three yards and concentration of all orders in the one remain- ing centre. Workers, staging "occupa- tions" of the threatened yards, said closures will take place "only over dead bodies." They issued appeals to suppliers to continue the low of materials needed to continue ship con- struction. Parish clergymen and local town councillors pledged to sup- port the workers as fears spread that Scotland, already in the midst of heavy unemploy- ment, may be hit by an exodus of workers forced to look for jobs elsewhere. COMMONS IN UPROAR In the House of Commons, where the trade and industry minister, John Davies, ignited the most ferocious uproar with His announcement o f drastic curtailment, Labor members accused the government of "butchery." They shook fists at Davies and shouted, "Resign." The proposals, which Scotland still hopes may never be imple- mented, involves closure of John Browns, cradle of the Cun- ard Queen passenger ships, and Charles Connels and concentra- tion of remaining work In the Govan-Linthouse yards of the Upper Clyde shipbuilders. All the yards had been reor- ganized into a consortium by the previous Labor administra- tion, which injected millions of pounds to keep the yards work- ing in competition with Japa- nese and ther major builders. petitive reasons. Mr. Basford's letter asking co-operation in instituting uni pricing went out last Friday to nine major supermarket chains Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS New Re illy Raine, author and screenwriter best known as the creator of the Tugboat Annie character of screen, book, and comic strip. New Nevelska, 80, Russian-born ballet instruc- tor and onetime performer with the Bolshoi Ballet. W. Mayhew, 90, a former federal fisheries minister and ambassador to Japan. selling price between 1969 and the first three months of 1971 and found that house values had dropped in only four cities out of !8: Saskatoon, Windsor, Montreal and Quebec City. The largest gain in house prices was in Sudbury where :he average house sold for 9S4 in 1969 and now sells for Driving range gains approval TABER (HNS) A golf driv- ing range has been approved by Taber town council when Joe Orban Jr. presented his request to use two blocks of land west of Dr. Hamman and St. Pat- rick's schools for the range. The 14 acres will be leased on a year-to-year basis, at for the blalance of 1971 and for each calendar year there- after. The property involved il 600 feet by feet. Access wiU be reached from 58th Avenue at the north end of the range, and driving will be to the south. PENNY CARNIVAL NOBLEFORD (HNS) Chil- dren attending the north county summer program here enter- tained their parents and friends with a penny carnival recently. OF 1971 MOBILE HOMES 12'x56' McGINNES 12'x60' MeGINNES 12'x62' PARKWOOD JO-X401 PARAMOUNT 12'x43' MONTROSE 12'xS6' COMMODORE 12'x66' GIENDAIE 12'x60' CRESTWOOD 12'x66' HOMESTEAD 12'x66' CRESTWOOD Rtg. Sov> SAlf MID WEST MOBILE HOMES Eatt en Highway 3 Highway) 327-1986 SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S LARGEST MOIILE HOME DEAUR there something on thli lit you're looking for? RENTALS Air Compressors-paint Air Compressor-sprayer Air Air Conditioner-car Air Mattress-30" Axes Red-Rollaway Col 30" Bell-Vibralor Reducer Bicycles Blenders-ID ipeed Booster Cablet _ Car Slands-3 ton Car Top Carrier Car Repair Equipment Cement Mixer-3 w. Chain-stacking Coffee Urnt Crib Crow Bar Drill-Vi" variable Drive-it Gun e> Duplicator Exercise Bike 20" Fan Fire Extinguishers Flame iuice Glassware Kit- punchbowl and 12 eupt Grinder-6" bench Hammer Hammer-10-lb. sledge Hand Trucks-appliance Hedge High Chair-folding Hoist and Crane-I ton Ice Cream Maker Jacks-3 ton hyd. Ladder-SO' extension Ladder-36' extension Ladder-step T and Lawn Mower 18" gas Lawn Trimmer and Edgtr Nail Puller-hand Pipe Cutters-2" Play Pen-folding Post Hole Augers Pry Bar-24" Puller-gear Rake-power 18" gas Roller-18x24 lawn Roto Tiller-5 H.P. Rug brusfl Rug Sandor-3" belt drum spoons Sleeping Socket and Tool Set Spreader-seed Staplers Tables-8' Tow Bars Trailer Hitches Trailers-utility Trap and Toilet Auger Vacuum Cleaner Weelbarrow-3-cu. ft. WARDS SERVICES LTD. 1712 2nd Avu. S. Phone 328-8775 Open 7 p.m. Weekday. ;