Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
26 THI IETHBRIDPE HEUAIB Tueldny, November 7, 1972 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR 5AIE OR RENT EXCELLENT lit FLAT DECK TRAIL- e> _ Veriallle. Cm be used lor Skldoo, elr. llrm. 3117 UlnAve. 43A MOBILE HOMES_____ 196S 10 Ji SQUIRE MOOILE HOME n very good connlllon. Furnlslied or unlurnlihed. 627.3SJD, Pmcher Creek. 74i-B LOOK 1972 Scamper Travel trailer and camper clearance continues No Reasonable Offer Refused VERY FEW UNITS LEFT 1919 TLEETWOOD DELUXE TRAILtR mobilf homo. Tnree bedrooms wil" ir, tullis. All sklrtlna norcli. No 12 Foolhlll! Trailer Court. moving, must sell. Phone plncher Creek. 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED FOR TWO iron. In prelerred. Phone MATURE LADY TO OABYSIT ONE pro-school chllclr BUY YOUR NEW MOBILE HOME BEFORE FREEZE-UP GOOD SELECTIONS IN 13, la and DOUDLE WIDES YOUR DISCOUNT CENTRE LOOK MOBILE HOMES Blalrmore Coalhurst Sales Manager, 32B-M2 1973 Scsmper 71 II. Tancem PullmBi drapes, chrome bumper cover, carpe stabilizer 110 volt entrance llghl, chrome range cover, J.I cu. II. three, way relrigerator, Iwln lanks, battery and case. 1971 3! n. tandem Pullman drape, chrome bumper cover, carpel, stabll- lier jacks, volt lighting, "cu- lt three-way refrigerator, B.T.U. lurnace, battery and case. 1972 Model 19S Chrome bumper cov- er, Pullman drape. j_only Model IB (t. Pullman drape, slove and oven, three-way refrigerator, tanks, brakes, awning. 1972 Model 170 Brakes, relrlgeralor, healer, awning, twin tanks. 2 only IS I'.'s healer, awning, twin lanks, step. 16 It. Brakes, awning, step. 2_only 1-1 fl-'s Brakes, awning. l_only U ft. Awning. 1-only eight M. campers Healer and jacks. Wera S1712. Save S317. 1-only eight II. camper Wiln heal- er. eight ft camper, 3 only fiV'j campers. Model BS tfi II. can Jacks. HARVEST SPECIAL FULLY EQUIPPED 21 FT. MOTOR HOME AUTO. TRANS., POWER STEERING AND BRAKES, FLUOR- ESCENT LIGHTING. 4.6 CU. FT. THREE-WAY REFRIGERATOR, DUAL REAR WHEELS, W'W CARPETS. FOUR BURNER RANGE WITH EYE TO EYE OVEN. Also on display 1300 chassis mount and model 2JOD and 2700 motor homes. Savings will never be greater Anywhere "TRAILER CITY" UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Corner 3rd and 3rd WHERE WE GET IT ALL TOGETHER C5335-II 44 AGRICULTURAL WANTED WANTED FEED BARLEY. HANEY Tis Plclure Bulle. Phone 739-i-llc 45 AUTOS WANTED TRUDY Ihrough Friday r p.m. v home, Won- Phone YOUNG SINGLE GIRL TO APPREN- tlco Able lo type and drive gear shlll Apply Box P3S, Lelhbridge. LADY TO WORK IN MEAT MARKET md conleclloncry. Experienced meal .vrapper preferred. Good wages. Write Box it. Herald. CI271 MONEY FOR CHRISTMAS needed at least 10 ladles part lime, 10-20 hours per week, servicing Fuller customers. 32MW52. LADY TO LOOK AFTER TWO YEAR Jd child In babyslller's home on an B a.m. lo p.m. basis Monday lo Friday Prefer dome with oiner pre- school children. Apply Box 51, Herald. WAITRESS REQUIRED FULL OR lime work. Experience n o I rarklnq condlllons. l. Evening shlll necessary. Good Prefer mature pe------- work, wrlle Box 53, Herald. CASH PAID For used cars and trucks or will ec- CGP TOWN'9fi: COUNTRY MOTORS Phone 328-3654 c.3998 tl COOKS, HOUSEKEEPING HELP AND NIGHT SUPERVISORS Required for Blue Sky Lodge. Apply n person, Golden Acres Lodge, No- .ember B, 9, 10, 13 and 14 bjlwrnn a.m. and 2 p.m. C5325-? 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF charqe LETHBR1DGE RENDERING. Phone "321.1338. Lelhbridge. CE07S-II HORSES WANTED ALL TYPES AND SIZES. ALSaSK PROCESSORS. 'C3459-II John Drewry 328-2911. MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meal and liveslock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD. Phone 327-3M8, Lelhbridge Wanted 30 la 40 lop-grade bred Iwo year old Hereford heifers. Prefer Ihose bred lo Hereford or Angus bulls. Write box 226, Taber phone 223-8278. RELIABLE BARMAIDS, WAIT os, kllchon help. Over aga of 18 Applications will be accepted al Ihe Club dllce, belween hours ol r i.m. l p.m., Monday WEST INDIAN WOMAN, CLEAN honest, requires work as live-In domes lie or babysiller In Lcthbrldge. or Phone 604, 425-7074 or writ neslic, BOX 3-17, Sparwood, B.C WE NEED CHRISTMAS HELP Would you like to earn S600 belwee r and Christmas, If so and yo snare Iwo hours a day, call Per sonnel Department 328-0434, ler ap polntmenl Inlerview only, belween and 2-30 p.m., Wednesday. v Monday. Tuesday an C52S4- I WANT TO TELL YOU ABOU SELLING AVON near your home. A an Avon Representative you will gel I chance to make poo money in spare lime. Can you quality I Find oul by callllng 3JB-74W or wrl I Mrs. M. Scoll, 3514 23rd Aye. S. 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED WANTED USED ALTO phone. wrlle or phone G. 654-2335, VBUXtall. SAXO- cerling, WANTED USED LEFT opening refrigerator, also 30 Ir c range. Both In gcnd ccndi Sunday cells. Phone 732-We, Bulle. HAND In. olec- SCRAP STEEL CAST IRON COPPER Brass Radiators Ileries VARZARI IRON LTD. SCRAP YARD, 330B 2nd Ave. H. one 338-9342. "568-lf 43A MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 8x30 FT. TRAILER Contact William Luces, alter 5 p.m. Phone Raymond. 1434-1: 1970 12 X S7 PAGE MOBILE HOME wilh 6 x 19 addition. Furnished and carpeled. Complete with awnings. Pa- Ho plalform and wroughl Iron ra ings. Fenced. Located on city trailer park. Phone 378-5B8I. fitter 6 p.m. 1271-15 USED MOBILE HOMES LISTED AT REAL BARGAINS V'pi" Leaf 10 x A1 Safeway 10 x 35 Homecra t 8 X 43 Pathfinder 10 x 50 Cllatlnn travel trailer Scamper 15 ft. travel trnllw As tow as SIOO down with approved credit. MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES Highway Three East Phone 327-19B6 LEFT OVER? few brnnd new unlls left from ou Halloween Spooklacular. only Thre bedroom, colonial furniture. The BES you can buy In a mobile. VILLA ONLY Two bedrooms, utility room, fully fur nished- HxW, ONLY Thre bedrooms fully furnished. unils SElllns nt a few dollar over cosl down Isrms wall for the snow to fly come In and MAKE A DEAL. UNITED MOBILE HOMES Div: Uniled Motors Co. Ltd. 3rd Avenue and Scenic Drive Phone -727-0822 or 327-1760 C52fiB- JOE'S MOBILE HOMES (JOE TARNAVA) 1st Ave. and 32 St. S. On Highway 3 lo Taber The home of Knight Schmidt Industrl and Gendall's Mobile Homes In single and double wide unlls See now for Ihe best birys In Soul ern Alberla Four reasons v.hy 1. Quality All units carry C5A a proval 2. Long term financing take up years lo pay 3. Lower termi. t. Service salisfaction altei chase. REMEMBER YOU ALWAYS BU FOR LESS AT JOE'S MOBILE HOM Open Sunday from 1 lo 5p.r Phone 328-0166 or 328-018 after hours, 327-2416 or 327-4006 HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels and cas Batteries, DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1505 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-6261 SCRAP IRON lopper Brass Radialors Batteries Always paying NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. 204 33rd SI- N. A W Drive-Ins 1607 Mayor Magralh Driv and Scenic Drive REQUIRES HOSTESSES Full lim 9 Competiti salary r (live shifts per wee e salary with regul O Day ht shift now BvallL (approximately 10 a.m. 6 p. and 6 p.m. Closing) 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES PRIVATE RETAIL SEAFOOD BUSI- In sautheaslern B.C. nnd Alberlfl or investment. Grosses ner year, new equipment Included. BOX V I.C.. WANT YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ideal lor a husband and wile opfirfl- llon handllna all lypw ol tic. Showlro a good prolll. For lurlher dc- lalls conlacl Art Williams Lid., Exclusive. 32HIM. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. (Established PHONE 328-3331 VAUXHALL Vauxhell Pool Hall and Barber Shop. Four pool tables and cues Meke u! an otter. Conlact Roy Cleland al 3271335. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams 1 8 BIRTH JENSEN Dawn and Larry arc pleased lo announce Die arrival of Jennifer, a sisler for Corey Gay, born Nov. 3. at the Edmonton General Hospital. Great-grandparents, Mr. J. C. Chester, Leihbridge and Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Sinclair, Kam- loops, B.C. Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chester, Lelh- bridge. H52 74 LOANS TO BUY INVESTMENTS SCHWARTZ Agencies (H72I Limited College Mall. Phone 32B-3331 The wildest lacillly available. We con- sider ALL TYPES ol mortgage loans. DEATH DAVIS Passed away in the city on Saturday, Nov. 1, 1972, Mr. Norm L. Davis, at the age of 69 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Helen Violet Davis of 201 Park Towers. The funeral service will be held on CARD OF THANKS VAN LEUKEN We wish to xpress our heartfelt (tanks lo ic- doctors and staff of St. Vlichael's Hospital, the Knights f Columbus Ctjncil 1490, for roviding pallbearers, the As- umplion Church CWL for pro- iding a luncheon, Lo Fathers Chrisholm and O'Laughlin for heir kind words, to all who sent ards, Mass cards and flowers nd lo all who assisted us dur- ng the passing away of our dear husband and father. M. Van Leuken and f Emily. ,8 MALE HELP WANTED .PPLICATIONS WILL BE RECE1V. ED BY THE SECRETARY, D. H. ANDREWS, UP TO NOVEMBER 1J 972 FOR THE POSITION OF CHIEF STEWARD AT THE ROYAL CANA- DIAN LEGION IN PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA. APPLICATIONS SHOULD SHOW EXPERIENCE AND SALARY EXPECTED. 847-10N 59 MALE FEMALE HELP WANTED SOUS CHEF REQUIRED. GOOD WAGES, PLEASANT WORK- ING CONDITONS. EL RAN- CHO HOTEL APPLY MR. HOBER. CS213-7 EXPERIENCED ACCOUNTANT Salary start per annum Roau red for southern British Columbi aulomollve dealership. Automotive ex perience dcsred but not esscntia Write Box 49, Herald, s atlng qual (icatlons and iccoonling cxper ence. Required Immediately PREPARATION. COOK Five day work week. Hours B a.m. 5 p.m. Apply In person lo: Personnel Department Woolro Deportment Store C5326-9 No Realtor can guarantee you success In Real Estate but we can give you honest answers lo vour quesllons ol BLOCK BROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. Interview call .Frank For personal Tinordl al 318-1044 (days) or C34U-H service win ue IIL-IU un MONEY I Wednesday at 3 P-m. in Msrtin MUKILJAIJC lUTFMriTiTAT. HHAPF.T, Formers-Merchanls Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 C5214-II 75 CONTRACTS WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT work Double J. Construction. 32B-3B70 or 345-4630. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- NG. PHONE JONES ROOFING 328- 745. C1936-II Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., wilh Rev. L. D. Hanklnson officiating. Crema- tion will follow. In lieu of flow- ers, those who wish may do- nate to the Canadian Diabetic Society, 505 inth Avenue K. E. Calgary or to the charily of tnev- choice. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of Service. Funera C5337 C AND J EQUIPMENT COMPAC- 1 on and concrete equlpirainl, Botcjt loaders, heaters. Phone 328-4745 1410 2nd Ave. S. cma ALL REPA RS, ROOFING. SIDING, oarage, kilchens, cebinets, balh- Town or coun- rooms, ceramic tile. try. Phone 32B-2071. 66 PERSONAL FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old baseme sured, tree COUPLE WOULD LIKE TO MEET couples and singles. Will Bnswer all Bon 27, Herald. COUPLE 27 AND 35 WISH TO MEET olher couple wilh same Interests. Wrlle 1426-11 oilier coupe wl h same Intere SI, Herald. Will answer a personal Interview please phone r Larry Tucker al 327-8J55 or Mr. B 1 Morgan al 321-60H between hour: ol 0 a.m. !o 4 P-m. Monday-Friday. 58 MALE HELP WANTED MARRIED MAN TEPM1NED TO WORK RELIABLE -FOR FEED MILL OPERATION. CANADA PACKERS LTD. FOR AP- POINTMENT, C5214-B 3 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED ILL BABYSIT hone 327-3D9J. IN MY HOWE. OUNG HOUSEWIFE. NORTH SIDE abvsil n cwn home. Days. Phone 27-M11. "3-' ORMER NURSERY K N- ergarlen teacher care (or chil ren in my homp. or 337-3705 lelween 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Near Ho ay Village. Expanding lumber yard requires LUMBER SUPERVISOR Excellent opportuniPy for od- vancemenl. All fringe bene- fils. Phone 327-2328, for np- poinlment. HELP WANTED TWO JOURNEY- n bodymen with own hand toes. wages and working conditions. Phone irvln Nafziger, Hinlon, A borla, 815-2054 or alter 6 P-m. SSMSS. MONTHLY (Depending on ability) International affiliated company, ex pandlng In Lelhbridge, seeks 10 peopli or opportunity In management anc nansscment trainees. Non-manage positions also available. r Presla mber 8 54A LICENCED NURSERIES EXPERIENCED PART-TIME MAN WANTED IN MEN'S MADE-TO-MEA- URF CLOTHING STORE. MUST HAVE EXPERIENCED IN MEASUR- NG FOR MADE TO MEASURE CLOTHES. APPLY ENGLISH SCOTCH RADLE KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE hlldren, six weeks lo six years. Pnane 28-2135 Baby Csnlre 32B-25C9. 6 FARM HELP WANTED 3EPENDABLE SINGLE MAN FOR 'Inter farm work. Phone 395-2106, ayley. 135B-7 CARRIED MAN TOR FARM AND eedlot labor. House and ulililies sup- Hied. Must have references. Phone 53-1049, Cardslon. 1179-7 EVERAL EXPERIENCED COMBINE men and also drivers !o work n Red Deer area. Phone Henry Malle- 327-7191. 10J2-II 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANT- ED IMMEDIATELY. APPLY ALEX- ,NDRA RESTAURANT. C5301-17 EXPERIENCED TELEPHONE SOLIC or Full lime cr-.r.bv-enl. Hours 1 m to 5 p.m. Phone i2E-i933. C 5293-7 LADY TO CLEAN HOUSE HALF day a week r-r nne day every weeks. PhGr.c 32H-4CD6 alter 6 p.m Monday, Tuesday or Saturday mori Ing. 147'- A W DRIVE-IN 1607 Mayer Dr vc KITCHEN Nigh! shlf ov able p us v.cfci'cnd. Tor [nlcrrr.afion or lo arrang iew, please en II n-o M 327-E255 between 10 a.m. 4 s aso nd, 327-5701, Wednesday, between 10 a.m and t Major national house- suilding company re- quires immediately, ex- perienced framing and stucco crews. For fur- ther information con- Eng neered Homes at 327-0219, week days a.m. p.m. MANAGER Required by one of Uthbcldge's lend ing stores specializing In men's made tomeasure clothinq. Must be fully ex pericnced In all facets pertaining a madc-ttJ-measure clothing. Apply to ENGLISH AND SCOTCH WOOLLEN CO. LTD., Cenlre Village Mall Phone 328-8021 59 MALE -FEMALE HELP WANTED TEMPORARY OFFICE HELP FO. three iTiunilia. Accounts payable, sen eral office work, some typing, know ledge of payroll an asset. Apply Jac Sims. Accountant, El Rancho Molo Holel 327-5701. "334- LOYD'S TREE TRIMMING SERVICE Hedqe trimming, Irees trimmed or tmoved. For prompt service 327-2441 C530S-B 'SANTA NEEDS HELPERS" to ser- 'ice thp nconle who ne wilh a drinking problem, Phone or 328-3246, after B.m. MERY'S ENTERTAINMENT SER- e _ DANCE GROUPS AVAILABLE R ALL OCCASIONS WEDDINOS, C, PHONE 32B-2B67. e you Ivlng your home? TEENS e problem drink There Is undersland- flnd help for you Jean -am. 32 328-B972; dug, water proofing. In- t estimates. Phone 327-8286 GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson Construclion, 1020 'Ih Aye Phona 327-66B2. C737MI CARPENTRY WORK, REMODEL- Ino repairing, etc. Town or cnuntry. E and L Conslrucllon. Phone 32B-2077 or 328-2237. C4S05-U ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, roof nq spec allzlng In chimneys, brlcK, cimeril blocks, cement finishing, sluc- g, llrepaces, housi FENCE CONSTRUCTION AND RE- PAIR MISCELLANEOUS BUILDING, CEMENT WORK, ALL TYPES HAUL. ING. PHONE 327-5087, 328-3983. GARAGES. CUPBOARDS, RUMPUS rooms All your remodelling needs. No loo small. Free estimates. Gueranleed workmanship. Phone 32B-OJ87 or lllO-H CARDS OF THANKS BARRY I wish to thank my doctors, staff and nurses o first and second floors of St Michael's Hospital for their kind ness to me while I was a patient also my thanks to the priests my friends and relatives fo flowers, cards, gifts and visits A. Barry. 145 FORD The family of th late Colin Ford wish to expres Lherir sincere thanks and ap precialion to their friends, and relatives for Lheir acts of kind- ness, food, expressions of sym- pathy, cards, and floral tri- butes, during the recent loss of their father, and grandfather. Special thanks lo the Rev. Cris- field. and Verena Irene and Ted and families 14B2 IN MEMORIAMS ANDERSON In loving mem- ory of a dear brother. William vlarion, who passed away No- fember 7, 1C33. Deep in our hearts, A memory is kept, 01 a broiiter we loved, And will never forget. remembered and sidly missed by h's sisters, Emerald, Clara, Ruth and their families, 1-HM SERVICES AND REPAIRS RYWALLINO, TAPING. SPRAYINO lings, repair work. 32J-7362 PUBLIC NOTICE RBY VACUUM SALES AND SER. CE KIRBY COMPANY OF LETH- !IDGE C37S1-II JUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL ubber stamps, corporale s e a u, tcrs, elc. Same-day service. 1233 d Ave S Phone 32SS1U. C6924-II AYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SER- cci on all makes ol washers and yers, automatic or conuenllonal. Also small appliances, lawn mowers, ons, vacuum cleaners, elc. No IOD n lime or loo small. LETHBRIDGE PPLIANCE, 905 3rd Ava. S.-Phone C7353-1I 0 GARDENING ELL ROTTED MANURE AND TOP- II. Phone 328-3289, Lelhbrldfle. 3627-11 MlcLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE sllmatcs. Pruning, Irlrnmlng and fell sm. ng. Call 7030-tl C5121-11 TOTII In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Miklos Tolh, who passed away November 7, 1970. Those we love go out of sight, But never out of mind, For (hey are cherished in the hearts, Of those they left behind. remembered by his wife, son and family. 1465 ENGU5IIART In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Doris Englehart, who passed away November 7, 1971. With tender memories ever true, Today and always we think of you. remembered by her son Tom, Julie and grandson Craig. 1464 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HWYS. TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE SEALED TENDERS will be re- ceived by the undersigned up to am on Friday, November 17, 1972 il Ihe following jvcmcnt Dlslrlcl U, Edson nrea. Gravel cicavallng, cVushlnj and slocKpllIng V'coniracls and Speculations may obtained al Ihe 0 lice ol Maintenance t n fl i Alberta mining plans delayed fo" Ihe Conslrucllon Improvement e eer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alberta, Ihi Of- TREES AND MOVING vallable now Blue Spruce, While pruce and Green Ash, up lo 15 II. ill Our specially moving and trans- lanllng ol larger trees. Jlng. tdmomun, HIUCHU, ol the District Engineer, 1707-6lh Slrcel NW-, Calgaiy. Alberla and firoi.lcTo, ll-.DL'lr'rf.EESL'Kr- Admlnlslrallor Alberla and Individuals domn.ui.u operallng In Ibe Province ol Alberla, of to partnerships or corporations re- gistered and operating In end who have established a llxed place ol busj. ness In the Province ol Alberla. A de- SSlt of Dollar, EDMONTON (CPi Govern- ment plans to deal with an Al- berta Environment Conserva- tion Authority report on strip mining have been delayed, En- vironment Minister Bill Yurko said Monday. The report was too complex to be considered during the cur- rent legislative session. Our main thrust at this time Building, Lelhbr dge ill be available only lo iciled registered and is io bring In a new piece of major legislation. Ihe Land Surface Conservation said Mr. Yurko. "It won't be pos- sible to bring it before the legis- lature until spring." The authority has called for new regulations regarding strip mining of coal. Public hearings have revealed widespread con- cern about the environmental impact of such operations. will be 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES IEAVY ROASTING HENS, SIX LB5. nd over, pan ready, 36 cenU per also fryers 43 cenls per Ib. on doz. ots. Free delivery. H. Dyck, Coo- ,le. Phone 345-3224. "214-11 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES REGISTERED MINIATURE 5CH- auier puppy. 1175. 328-0007 KITTENS GOOD HOMES NEEDED or four Illlle Killers. House broken 327-3387, aller 5 p.m. 14449 GREAT DANE PUPS, REGISTERED. Ears cropped, shols, lalooed, v'ormed. Championship llock. Pbone 758.4867. ipring win oe required for each copy ol Contract ana Speclllcalloni taken. Each bid must te accompsnlea By a larked cheque or bond equal lo Ihe Tender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowest or any Tender ol necessarily accepted. V E. McCune DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT Hearing resumes 117 Alcoholism increase The preliminary hearing of David William Thrcinen, 25, of Lcthhridge on a charge of non- capital murder resumed Mon- day in closed session. Mr. Threincn is charged with the June 27 death ol Angela Freeda Huemer, 16, also of Lelhbridge. The hearing was ordered closed lo the public Oct. 19 by Provincial Judge L. W. Hudson following a request by defense counsel Vaughn Ilcmbroff. Mr. Hembroff asked for the closed hearing so the "aims of justice might best be served." In his request he cited what REGISTERED IRISH SETTERS Locally bred and raised Held breed- Phone 328-5311, alter 6 p.m. lor vlcw- ig. KAY-CEE KENNELS Lclhbridge, Alberla 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TABER GROCERY STORE FOR SALE SturesNKnrm'afr; S'2 LARGE GARAGE APPROXIMATELY Vio by 40 II. on Highway Avenue Pit- Hullo will, some srcaslng cnuipmtnl, slccl bins. Ideal Itf mech- anical Irflilcr mnnulaclurinq planl or service slallon. Priced very C as owner mosl Inlercsled lo sell duo lo health. LARGE MEAT PROCESSING PLANT In Inrlvlnn soulhfrn Alberla to'.'.'n, m- jludlni) house and dwolllng large model.. locker A wondcrlul opporlunlly lo lake over a Ihrlvlng and iircrepcrous husiness, owner mosl anxious lo retire lor health reasons. TWO BAY CAR WASH WS.OOO. COUNTRY GROCERY STORE WITH nodcrn dwelling. Conlacl OtIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE Phone 345-3534 he called "an element of sen- sationalism" in the publicity surrounding the developments of (he case. Judge Hudson's required at- tendance at the preliminary hearing rcsullcd in a further adjournment Monday in a by- dispute between the town of Taber and a Taber business which has been charged with contravening the town's early closing bylaw. The adjourned from Nov. 30 until Monday when lawyers for both sides failed to appear, was again adjurned until Oct. 14. EDMONTON (CP) Unless a broader educational program is introduced, alcoholism will increase as inury leisure time becomes available, the 22nd an- nual convention of Alcoholics Anonymous of Alberta was told Dr. J. A. Gilbert said during a panel discussion that adver- tisers are wrong to portray drinking as a sophisticated ex- ample of fun. "It must be shown that over- indulgence Is not part of the good life." lie said alcoholism ranks third In Ihe cause ot death in Nortli America, closely follow- ing cancer and heart disease. An Edmonton social worker, Andy Dorosh, said Alcoholics Anonymous should become more nggrcssivo In offering knowledge and skills lo other agencies. William Wacko, director of tho Alberta Alcoholism nnd III ug A b u s e Commission, charged AA is middle-class. "What kind of scope of toler- ance Is extended lo tho hoys from fkicl road, the Indians, the long-haired wllh mul- tiple drug and alcohol prob' C5io4i asked Mr. Wacko. Sewage laws may Ite revised following tlirec deaths EDMONTON (CP) The deaths of three young children in a sewage lagoon in the ecu- Biggest airlift war SAIGON (AP) At Icnsl 30 United Slalcs mililnry c.irfjo planes nnd chnrlcrcd com- mercial nir frciclilcrs poured Into Sniiion todny, brlnpinr, more than 700 tons ot military equipment lo bent mi expected ccascllrc. At Icnsl. ns many more nlr- Alliorln town of Bnidcr- :iciin hist week has prompted .he provincial government to lake a close look nt regula- tions dealing with such la- goons. Tlir; statement came Irom Knviron m e n t Minister Pill Yurlio in response lo a legisla- ture question from opposition member Walter Buck, whose riding includes Drudcrhcim. The children nflet Tallinn (hroup.li thin Ico on I lit lagoon. They apparently had access lo tho area lie- cause a barbed wire Icnco around the lagoon wa.s in pool condition. Mr. Yurko said existing legi slalion stipulates that open la- goons must be fenced but his dcparlment review I hi regulations wiUi a view to pro vidinR more efficient, prolcr day. were expected Wcdnes- .SMAI.l. VC'C- Tlic of the hummingbird Is only ns big as a pen. l.inil ut biril has il.s I kind of nest.