Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
70 plant o] under RIVER Today will be a big day for Martin Kuperis. It's the official opening day of Foothills Processors Limited, recently completed on 12th Avenue East, The newest addition to High River's growing list of commercial enterprises, Martin's plant has been hailed as one of the most up-to-date of its kind in Alberta. He began his career in his home town of Dokkum, Holland, when at the age ot 16 he apprenticed to a butcher. In 195.1 he emigrated with his family, all 11 of them, to Canada, where they settled temporarily in the Picture Butte area. He then worked for Bill Dcnoon in Nanton for a year before going to Calgary to spend the next It years with Bon Ton Market. Nearly four years ago he bought the High River Locker Plant from Neil Walker and Ihe new plant is the ultimate outcome of this venture. Although the plant no longer includes locker service, the company offers first class custom work, slaughtering, cutting, wrapping and freezing of beef and pork. Curing am smoking is also included in the services. At present the plant employs three men and three today direction Births, Deaf} Cards Of ;i Men DEATHS UI'TAK Passed away at Calgary on Saturday, October 2, 1971, Barbara (if 'Taber at the age of Cf> years, beloved wife of Mr. .foe LipUik Sr., of Taber. Funcra! arrangements will be announced when completed. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME, LTD., Taber, in Charge of Arrangements. is, Funerals, Thanks, loriams IN MEMORIAMS LECK In loving memory of j Earl Ray Leek, who passed away on October 2, 1959. remembered by his brother and sister-iivlaw, Lindsay and Sarah. 1289 KOVACH In loving memory of my dear husband, father, Tibor, who passed away October 2, 1966. Dear Lord forgive a silent tear And a constant wish that he were here. missed by hU wife, Annie and famliv. WELL ROTTED MANURE MASONRY AND SALE BY TENDER ESTATE OF FRANK L. THOMPSON, DECEASED THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE OFFERS FOR SALE BY TENDER: The West half of the South West quarter of Section 36, Township 9. Range H, West of thp fourlli meridian. Excepting thereout 4.20 acres more or less tor canal rigtit of way as shown on Plan Irr. BOB and 0.98 of an acre more or less for road widening as shown on Plan 3903 J.K. Containing 7-1.82 acres moie or less. Reserving unto Her Majesly all 'Alnes and Minerals. No farm buildings. Land rriqaled Situated 5 miles north of Fort Macleod, Alberta. Oflfrs will te received by Ihe un-deriiqned up to o'clock In the afternoon of October B, 1971, for the purchase of the above properly. Tenders should be forwarded m a sealed envelope and marked "Tender re Estate" flncl B certified cheque for 09''-percent of the offer should accompany the same, stating whether terms or cash. Term offers to specify Ihe nature of terms tie-s red, inc udinq the rate of interest The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Deposits will be returned to unsuccessful tenderers. PUBLIC TRUSTEE 200 Chancery Hall 3 Sir Winston Churchill Square Edmonton, Alberta. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the mailer of the Estate of IESLIE HAML1NG, late of Legend, n the Province of Alberta, Farmer, deceased, who died on the 30th day June, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-Inq claims upon ttie eMate of the above named must file with the undersigned so cltors by the 5lh day of November, A.D., 1971, a full slalement of fhe r claims and of securities held by them. VIRTUE COMPANY 10A McFarland Building, Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for the FOR FULLY INSURED TREE SURGEON CUTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 328-2094. 5739- WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG. ING PHONE JONES ROOFING, 3M-5745. TREE MOVING We specialize in moving larger type trees; also lor sale, Evergreen trees up to 20 ft. tall. Phone 327-6172, alter 6 p.m. REPAIRS CHIMNEY, FIRE-place, cement, brick, painting and roofinq Renovations and house raising. 32B-1055. normally, hut able to meet hczivier commitments such EIS last week when IB beefs and 48 pigs were processed T li o normal output will aver age about pounds of processed meat per week. It i. mainly a custom business a yet, hut the company specia izes in hulk orders, sides, quar tcrs, and so forth. Animal which arc purchased for resale are obtained from local feec ots and auction markets. After cutting and wrapping a large blast op quality preservation unti the moat is picked up by the customer. The plant has caught the at ention nf meat processor from oilier parts of fhe coun try. am! even old-time stock men visit to marvel at tht cleanliness, speed and effi ciencv w h i c h is eviden throughout the plant, from th< stock pens to the storage rooms. For those who are worriec about, the location of a mea packing plant in town, he ha three annual awards from, th provincial department of agri culture for c 1 e an 1 i ness ant sanitation in the old plant. As one of the most moden of the 110 plants in Alberta he is expecting to place in tht top three year. AND R BUILDERS AND FINISHERS _ Rumpus rooms. Interior decorating, cupboards, finished car-p c n t e r work, fireplaces, garages. Phone 328-9B79. 71 POULTRY AND BANTAMS FOR SALE OR TRADE. Phono 337-9216. HEAVY ROASTING CHICKENS, PAN ready. Hens 36c per Ib., roosters 30c per Ib. Also friers. Free delivery. H. Coaldale 34S-32Z4. RE: ZONING BY-LAW NO. 2750 The following applications for development permits have been approved by the Municipal Planning Commission on September 59th, 71-BS1 Custom Engine and Parts Lid, to expand present operations at 1605 3rd Avenue South. 71-788 Bridge Valley Golf to erect ii machine storage bulidinn (quonset nt the Par 3 Golf Course West of the River, Pt. of S.E.'.i of Section 3, Any person affected by the said decision may appeal such decision to the Development Appeal Board by delivering either personally or by Registered Mail, statement of the arouncis of appeal to rpach fne Office ijf the Clly Clerk in the City Hall not Inter than October 13th, 1971, T. Kanashiro, DEVELOPMENT OFFICER. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the matter of the Estate of AVIE ARTHUR JOHNSON, late of the UtV of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 1st tlay of July, A.D. 1971, TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned So icitors by the 2nd day of November A D 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. RICE, MACLEAN BABKI Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building, Lethbridge, Alberta. Solicitors for fhe Executor. 72 PETS AND FOUR KITTENS TO BE GIVEN away. Phone 32B-2117. FREE HOUSE TRAINED KIT-1ens. Two -p.e and white, one pure Pii-ie sfter 5 p.m. WICHEKS Pajicd away in the city on S'aluiriay, October 2, 1971, Calvin Cyril Wieners, beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Wichcrs of Noble-ford. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C7744 CROFTS Passed away in the city on Saturday, Oct. 2, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mr. George Frederick Crofts, at the age of 73 years, of 424A 9th Street South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com pleted. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. MALE AND REGISTERED minif.iure PcrtJJeL. Hp.ve received (ilsJempcr str.ts. Six months old. House train'-d. FOR SALE fPUPSt PEKE-A-POOS, Peke end Chihuahua cross, beaulifu v.'hitf! Eskimo Spilz. Registered pups Miniature black Poodles, one Silver Toy female poccJIe, Chihuahuas. Also number mature registered black Poodles and cream Poodles, Brittany Spaniels and Miniature SchmauznGrs. Phone 4B5-6502 or .165-6670, Vulcan. Home at all times. SALE BY TENDER ESTATE OF ARTHUR G. BAALIM DOWNTOWN COMMERICAL PROPERTY 5cBlcd Tenders will be received by thp undersigned up to o'clock D.m. Monday, October llth, 1971 for purchase of the followina land: 314 flfli Street LIQUOR LICENSING ACT APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENCE Public notice is hereby given that Paul Sue Ing, Kok Leung Lee, Ming Mah, Tony Lee, and Lin Joseph Tsang intends lo apply to the Alberla Liquor Control Board for a Dining Lounge Licence to sell beer, a n d wine by the glass for consumption on thp following described premises: PAUL SUE ING, KOK LEUNG LEE, MING MAH, TONY LEE AND LIN JOSEPH TSANG ALEXANDRA RESTAURANT 328 5TH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Lot 21, Block 31, Plan No. 4353S. Ob ectlons to tills application shall ba made forthwith to the Alberta Liquor Contro Board, Edmonton. Dated et Lethbridge, Alberta, this 29th day of September, 1971. PAUL SUE ING, KOK LEUNG LEE, MING MAH, TONY LEE AND LIN JOSEPH TSANG Applicant In loving memory of a dear friend, Leora, who passed away October 3, 1969. We loved her, yes, wo loved her well, How much we loved her none can tell. God loved her loo and he thought best, To take her home with Him lo rest. Davlv missed by Olive. BATHING, CLIPPING, GROOMiNC Foodies and other breeds. LETHBRIDGE POOCH AND POODLE PARLOUR N 327-B779 routes negotiators said tardy JASPER fCPl Tardy negotiators are delaying the establishment of new air routes between cities in Alberta and the United States, the annual meeting of the Alberta Aviation Council was told here. Gordon Taylor, former Alberta minister of highways and transport, said "vested interests" were also delaying the negotiations but he did not reveal what the interests were. He said it is not right that a handful of government negotiators could delay the urgently needed routes from Alberta to points such as Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Mr. Taylor said he communicated with California governor Ronald Reagan some time ago and it was clear both Alberta and California wanted and needed more air linko. The provincial government has supplemented the ministry of transport well in the general field of aviation and should continue to do so, he said. "There is a growing demand for airstrips in cities, towns and even villages which the federal government can't keep pace with. "I think there is a role here for the provincial government in extending the benefits of aviation to all the people of 72A FUR BEARING Lots 14 and 15, Block M, Plan 4353 S. A concrete block warehouse 50' x 24' is located at the rear of the property. Terms: Cosh Tenders must be accompanied by CHINCHILLA HERD WITH CAGES and accessories. Price for quick sale. Phone 327-664B. 11 73 BUSINESS highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Deposits will f returned to unsuccessful 1 tenderers. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY Box 666 Lefhbridqe, Alberts Passed away in the city on Friday, October i, 1S71, beloved infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guerino DiPalma of 934 21 Street S. A graveside service will be held on Monday at a.m. with Rev. Father R. D. Chisholm officiating. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. KU11N Passed away in Coaldale on Tuesday, September 28, 1971 following an illness of several months, Mrs. Anna Kulin. at the age of 90 years, of Coaldale. The funeral service will be held on S'unuaj at 2 p.m. in the Coaldale Lutheran Church with Pastor E. Lukas officiating. Interment will follow in the Coaldale Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 312 3 Avenue S.. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. to fly arc to test worltl n theory as the earth spins eastward on its axis. The earth's spinning rale at the equator is about miles an hour. of father, Izidor, who passed away October 2, 1953, and mother, Frances, who passed away August 11, 1956. Quietly remembered everyday, Sadly missed along life's way. Just as they were, they will always be. Treasured and loved in our memory. remembered by their sons, daughters and families. SNACK EAR BUSINESS FOR SALE. Easy terms. Health reasons. Write Box Herald. FOR SALE THREE CAR CAB business. Radio and motor equipped. Good financial returns. Apply Creston Taxi, Box 1168, Creston, B.C. good location. Selling for health reasons. Interested party write Box 39, Herald. LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public notice is hereby given thst the undersigned intends to apply to the Alberla Liquor Control Board 'or a 1 cence to sell beer, wine and liquor by the glass for consumption only on the licensed portion of the premises In accordance with the provisions nf The Liquor Licensing Act and the Regulations made Ihercunder with respect to the following described premises: COMMONWEALTH HOLIDAY INNS (ALBERTA) LIMITED HOLIDAY INN MAYOP MAGRATH and Jth AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Lot 1, 3, 4, 5, B and 9 Block 9 Plan No. 252 J.K. to this aoplication shall be made forthwith to the Alberta Liquor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, this !8th day of September, 1971. COMMONWEALTH HOLIDAY INNS (ALBERTA) LIMITED ERNEST B. FLETCHER PRESIDENT (AP) Two physicists with two atomic clocks will fly around the world next week, eastbound, and again two weeks later, westbound, on a direct test of the Einstein theory of relativity. The time registered is to he checked carefully against the time shown by another atomic clock at the 'U.S. Naval Ob-servatorv here. The flights are planned as additional corroboration o f laboratory tests that support Albert Einstein's theory. One of the participants, Dr. Joseph C. Hafele, assistant professor of physics at Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., said the development of high-speed jet aircraft and highly precise atomic clocks makes a direct test of Einstein's theory possible for the first time. Hafele estimated that the air-borne clocks should gain about .100 billionths of a second over the clock at the Naval Observatory on their westward flight, and should lose about 100 billionths of a second on the eastward globe-circling flight. That would be in line with Einstein's theory that time is relative, not absolute, Hafele said, since the elapsed time a clock records is dependent on its speed relative to the DO YOU WANT TO OWN YOUR work to a year or more, Must be married. Write Box 114, Herald. UNDERGROUND CONDUIT INSTALLATION Sealed tenders marked "Contract No. are nviled but must be received af the Office of the General Manager, Albprta Government Telephones, Box 5411, 10020 100 Street, 31st Floor, Edmonton, Alberta, net laler than p.m. M.S.T., Thursday, October 14, 1971, for: Estimate 900310, Prelect 4535, West for the olacina of feet of 8-way, 175 feet of 7-way, 73 feet of 6-way. 5931 feet of 4-way, 259 feet of 2-way (all and construction of 8 manholes. Work to commence October IB, 1971, Comrjletlon date shall be November 20, 1971. Plans and specifications may be obtained from the Office of the Suner-visor Contract Administration, pur-chacino Department. Alberta Govern-mpnt "Telephones. Box 3411, 1C050 -100 Street, 2Jtn Floor, Edmonton, Alberta and are available to contractors opera iina In the Province of Alberta 01 deposit of a Fifty Dollar- (SSO.QO Certified cheque, which will be refunded if plans and specifications are returned to this office within fourteen (14) days after closing date of tenders, otherwise the deposit shall hs forfeit. Each tender must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the value of 10 per-cent of the lender. The successful tiidrier will be required to furnish s Performance Bond and a Labour and Material Payment Bond, each in the value of 50 percent of the Contract. All Inquiries regardinp the work of this lender shall be directed to District Construction Superintendent, Soulh phone 261-5126. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. J. W. Dodds General Manager level drops in mother's milk OTTAWA fCPi-A inTfi sur vey of the levels of DDT ii mothers' milk indicates a dro of almost 44 per cent in th level of the pesticide, th health department says. In a news release the dc partmcnl said samples f human milk taken from volur teers in Vancouver, Montrea Winnipeg. Halifax and Ottaw showed an average level c (1.078 parts per million of DD and its breakdown products called metabolites. A study of 132 samples take in the same centres in lale 19S and earlv showed an av erage level of 0.139. Health Minister John Mum-was quoted in the news releas as saying that government ac tion in 1960, banning most use of DDT. had made an impor tant contribution in (lie reduc tion. Under federal regulations D D T or its metabolites ma not exceed one part per mi lion in tie butterfat of com milk. 25 X 125 FOOT BUILDING IN DOWH-to-.vn Lethbridge. Divided into two showrooms and shop. Two partitioned office spaces and washroom in fronts area. Full price Some terms. M.L.S. CALL REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY 327-8581 In loving memory of my father, Milton Hirsche, who nassed awav October 3, 1968. Like falling leaves the years pass by, But love and memories never die. Precious forever are memories of you, Today, tomorrow and all life through, remembered and sad-Iv missed by daughter, Connie. 1321 HIRSCHE In loving memory of a dear husband, Milton Hirsche, who passed away October 3, 1968. Loving memories never die, As vcars go on and days go by. Deep in my heart a memory is kept, Of one I loved and shall never forget. So treasure him Lord in your garden of rest, For while on earth he TO LEASE APPROXIMATELY iq. ft. floor space In Teber's on y ihopping mall. Completely new with lot and cold weather air conditioninq. Suitable for retail store, coffee -snop, !tc. Excellent location next to super market and department store tin Taber's main shopping street, with imple off-street parking. Ready for iccupancy November 1st. Interested sarties apply to Mr. Roy How, How's 'GA Foodllner, Taber. Phone 223-2342. Passed away at Taber on Friday, October 1, 1971, Wesley, of Vauxhall, at the age of 68 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Edna Sceger, of Vauxhall. Funeral services will be conducted from the Evangelical Free Church, Vauxhall on Tuesday, October 5 at 2 p.m., with Keith McNeil officiating. Interment will follow in Vauxhall cemetery. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber, in Charge of Arrangements. WESTBANK V 323 5th St. S. Phone 9 RETIRE IN 10 YEARS Office building on 3rd Ave. S. Low down payment, Terms for 10 years. Two storey buildina, 40 y 75. ft Parking lot In LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE AND LOUNGE LICENCE Public notice is hereby qiven that COMMONWEALTH HOLIDAY INNS (ALBERTA) LIMITED Intends to apply to The Alberta Llauor Control Board for a Dining Lounge Licence and Lounge Licence to ss beer, wine or liquor by the qlass for consumption on the following described COMMONWEALTH HOLIDAY INNS (ALBERTA) LIMITED HOLIDAY INN MAYOR MAGRATH and AVE S LETHBRIDGF, ALBERTA Let 1, d. 5 6 snd Block 9 Plan No. 55? J.K. Objections to this shall be made forthwith to The Alberta Liquor Control Board, Edmonton. Haferf at Edmonton, Alherta, this 28fh day of Member, 1971 COMMONWEALTH HOLIDAY INNS (ALBERTA) LIMITED F1 FTCHER PRESIDENT funds allotment Passed away in Leduc on Friday, October 1, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Joseph C. Hubbs, at the age of 87 years, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Nel Hubbs. Born in Ontario the late Mr. Hubbs came west to Indian Head, Saskatchewan, and then to Lethbridge and he was engaged in oil field work at Turner Valley and Drayton. He retired to Leduc in 1954. He was a member of York Lodge No. 119 AFAM Lethbridge. He is survived by five nieces and one nephew and was predeceased bv his wife in 1965. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 11 a.m in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View C e m e t cry. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Always remembered and sadly missed by his wife Treva. FOR SALE CORRAL Choice drive-in wllh trailer court, HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received bv fhe undersigned up to 11 o'clock A.M. Standard on Tuesday, October 12, 1971 for the performanco of the following work: Removal and Dispo'al of Derelict Vehicles In the P'-vince of Alberta Approximate Quantity Derel ct Vehicles Contract and Soecifications may be obtained at the office of the Ch ef Construction Engineer, Highways Buildinq, Edmonton, Alberta and the office of the District Engineer, 1707 A Street, N.W., Calqary, Alberta, and Ihe of'ice of the District Enqineeer, Admonistrfliion Building, Lethbridge, A berta, and will be available only to ind viduals registered and operating in the Province of Alberta, or tc partnerships or corporations registered and operating in and who have established a fixed place of business in the Province ol Alberta. A deposit of Twenty- Five Dollars payable to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy cf ths Contract and Specif icaticns taken. Each b'd nn st be accompanied by s marked cheque or bond equal to of Tender. Tenders will he opened in public. The Icwest cr any Tender not nccessar ly accepfed. L, H. MCMANUS DEPUTY MINISTER OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT V EYE POPPING NUMBER Mike Gillean, Rosevlllc, Miciigan hiqh school bnndsmnn, gives the tuba his all during n recent high school football gome. All Ihe tooling was nol for naught, however, as both Mike and the foolball loam put on a eye-popping performanco with the team winn ng lit gamo from an intercity rival municipalities planning sewage projects will have an additional million to work with this year. Environment Minister Bill Yurko said here. The federal government had originally allocated Alberta S3 million from a total of S87 million distributed for sewer disposal facilities and trunk-line sewers, he told the Western Canada water and sewage conference. The new total is million. Mr. Yurko said Alberta's allotment was doubled after the province protested that it was being penalized for having a good record. The bulk of the S87 million went for work on the Great department. Ladles' fashion store In largo southern Alberta town. Garage and service station with restaurant on hard-surface highway east of Taber. 10 lots. Full price Ideal opportunity for family. Second hand store. Going business concern. Complete with large building and stock, OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE PHONE L. 5. Handley 34S-353J Roger Handley 3J5-JSS4 Fred Burton 345-4177 Bill Meheden BUILDING CONSTRUCTION marked "Contract received at Ihe of Manar-er, nhw. BOX ictrjo irn 11 Ft Floor, rrimnnton. A'ber'a, nr.f later than M.S.T., Tupsdny, Oftflhir 19, 1971, for: New h-'ilrlinq, pluisp 1, 1 Athrrts. m-wlnn the roncrotp unrt 150 font two stornv huiMinn tcr an ultimat" six Tender, for Phase II 'he coninktlon thp Morev nnri Including rxtenslvp medianlm and pIpctrir.M wl'l ca "d apnroxImMcly Nnvcmbcr, rrMTtpi-Mon sNin i-e M n h f f.-HovInrj the Owner's ncfif en rr 5 1971 from the off irp of 'Vfilson. snri enii-nsfrs, Mh Street Soutli I.cth-h'-lclne, Albrrta, and nrr nvnllahle to flftv dollar c printed rhcoue. which v.'ill bf rffimdrrl If nlnns anr firr- wi'flMn 'fonriofn (1-0 flftrr clo'ilnn date of otherwise the shall bn (orfMt. The hidrirr will br citrirpd In furnish a performance bond And a labour and material payment br.nrf, in the vnlue of SO cent of the contract. nnd SMclflcatlons have been placed in the Cfnstrur.tlon Assoclat ons ot Fdmontcn, Calqnry, Lpfhbridqe nnd Medicine Hat 'or the use of suh.'.nn-All IncmlrlM rensrdlnq 1h- wnrk tills JfncJrr sh.ill l.o directed to architect at .117-3113, Lethbrldoe. The rlfiht Is reserved to any or a'l J W. DODDS GENERAL MANAGER 74 LOANS OF THANKS BACF.D.A We would like to e.Nprcss our sincere thanks to the doctors and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care given to our dear brother, during his illness: also to Father Gillies, pallbearers and friends for the flowers, cards, expressions of sympathy and to those who helped in any way during our recent bereavement. Mrs. Zella Gatto: brothers, Joe and Frank Baccda. 1213 MYERS We would like to express our sincere appreciation lo the many frionds, relatives and neighbors who senl cards, flowers, or donations lo (lie Cancer Fund; to those who brought baking lo the house and to the Church Section who served coffee, many thanks. Special thanks to Rev. Crisfield and Martin Brothers for kindness shown us during the loss of our dear husband and dad. Myers. Dorecn Ken Simpson Marley and Bert Nyrosc Pat aiid Barrel McKcnzle. PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LFTH BRIDGE AREA EASY TO OUAl IFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 266-6011; RESIDENCE 252-6B63, ANYTIME. car sales soar OTTAWA (CD Sales of new motor vehicles in Canada accelerated quickly in August and imports from Japan and Europe accounted for almost Ihe entire advance. In the first eight months of this year, Statistics Canada reported, one of every four pafis-engcr cars sold in Canada was an import from overseas. During August alone, lire share o( the maiket held by overseas imports was 37 per cent, compared lo the 25 percent throughout the eight months and 28.6 per cent in August, 1970. In nil during AuRiist, new motor vehicles were purchased in Canada: cars and trucks and buses, an increase of vehicles over August, LIQUOR LICENSING ACT ADVERTISEMENT FOR BEVERAGE ROOM AND BEER VENDOR'S LICENCE Public notkf lr- hereby given 'hat Ihe intfnds to apolv to the Albprta Liquor Control Board for a Icpncf to sftii brer by tho qlass or npen tinltle frr consumption m the cpnsed Dorticn of the premises (anei also to sell by the unonr-ncd hott e for rlspwhore 'nan on (IIP cf-nserf prcnisps) in accordance with he provisions of Thf Liquor l-lcenslnn Act and Ihe Rcaulallnns rnnde thw fnclrr with respect to thp following described prcmircs: COMMONWEALTH HOLIDAY INNS (ALBERTA) LIMITED HOLIDAY INN MAYOR MAGRATH nnd Jtn AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Lot 1 3. 4, 5, 8 nnd 9 Block 9 Plan No. 35? J.K. Oh ectionr. to Ihis application shall be mnde forthwith tr. the Alberta Liquor Control Bwird, Edmonton. Dntcri nt Edmonton, Alberta, this 38th day of September, T71. COMMONWEALTH HOLIDAY INNS (ALBERTA) LIMITED ERWiST B. FLETCHER PRESIDENT SCHWA RT7. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 widest facility available. We consider ALL TYPES of mortgage MORTGAGE loans available on urms, homes, hotels, commercial buildings and Industrial properties located anywhere in Alherta. ccr-difll, contldentinl icrvlcc, at competitive rates, Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S. Phone 75 V'll L DO PRIVATE OR commercial Phnne 328-BSU C27M-tf CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS AND Promnl service. Phone E r 1 Johnson. 323-7905. GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT wnrk find stuccoing. Anderson snd Snrernon Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S, Phone 327-6M1J. FREF PST1MATFS ON CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS, rctnlnlnn. wa s, doors ctr r.uftrBnteee) workmanship. Phono FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK old tuuminU dug. fret tstlmBtes.