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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Jg _ THE ICTHBRIDGE HERAL 4? TRUCKS FOR Tuesday, October 5, MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES NOTICES I I CarL Of BIRTHS FERGUSON Roy and Maureen are happy to announce .he arrival of their chosen son, 3aul Michael, on September 30, 1971. A brother for Sandra and Nancy. !404 DAVIDSON Bill and Bev-erley Davidson (nee Patching) are happy to announce the birth of their son, William McCartney, at the University Hospital, Edmonton, on September 19th, 1971. A brother for Kerrv. LLjeamb, JkanM, DEATHS MATTHEWS Passed away n Edmonton on Monday, October 4, 1971, Mrs. Margaret Matthews at the age of 65 years, of 610 29 St. South. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc-.ors of Funeral Service. C7779 CROFTS Passed away in the city on Saturday, October 2, I97l" following a lengthy illness Mr. George Frederick (Dune) Crofts, at the age of 73 years, of 424 A !i St. S. The funeral service will be held at o.m. o" Wr-'iicsrlav in Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 3 Avenue S., wilh Rev. R. L. Crisfield officiating. Inlermont will foHrnv in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BRO.'.1. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7780 McVEELY Passed away in the city on Sundav, October 3, 1971 following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Gertrude Aiiie Mc-Neely, at the age of 83 years, beloved wife of Mr. Charles McNeely, of 823 13 Street S. Born in Minnesota in 1887. the late Mrs. McNeely moved to the Milk River District in 1911. She was married in Lethbridge in 1921 and resided in the Warner district before moving to Lethbridge in 1948. Besides her loving husband she is survived bv four sisters, Mrs. Clara Kaupp, New Dayton, Mrs. Alma Vornbrook, Milk River, Sister Lcona Thielen, Moose Jaw, Mrs. Imma Chapman, Milk River and three brothers, Messrs. Georee, Albert and Cle-mence Thielen all of Milk River. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at p m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Street N.. with Rev. Dr. R. W. .K Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the Arch-mount Memorial Gardens. Friends mav pay their respects at Martin "Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13 Street y. 128-2361. MARTIN BROS'. Directors of Funeral Service. neral6} leinoriamA IN MEMORIAMS KOBEWKA In loving memory of my dear husband, John Kobewka, who passed away October 5, 1970. Dear Lord, forgive a silent tear, And a constant wish thai he were here. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Kath-crine. 1386 KODOW1TZ In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Olga, who passed away October 5, 1938. It matters not what day or year, There is still a memory, still a tear, Memories don't fade, Uley just go deep, For the one we loved and could not keep. remembered by Erwin, Winnie and family. 1383 1W IHC SCOUT FOUR WMF-F.L drive. Nm rubber, a.mplele v.i n winch clc JI.100. Irnn 1 5108 7nd AVB. mWM. JfFJ' HXCELir.HT running condition. CUMJIH iHjilt f.t-rl cab S975. Phone 87l.3'.'B5. atlcr 6 p.m. _ 1J'' BUS FOR SAuTflY OY.'NfR. GOOD (or camper or an 2nd Ave. S., v m.-6 OF PICTURE BUTTE NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF LIST OF ELECTORS Notice Is hereby tjiven under the provisions of The Municipal Election Act that the LKt of E let tors of the Town of Picture Butle has been prepared and thai a ccipv of Ihe said L st of Electors b posted at the fol owing places: TOWN OFFICE POST OFFICE BARTON MOTORS LTD. Any qualified fleeter may, during reoular business hours, make apnli-cifon to the Municipal Secretary for the correction of any error or omission in the said List of fcy uppll-ca Ion to the Municipal Secretary nn or before the 9th day of October (up to the 4th day before Da t fid at Picture Dulte, thli 1 day of October, 1971. E. Mcllroy Returning WANTED JP.V OR LISL'D. IN GOOD PAGF '.VIRl1. A'lRT IR LINK WIRE. MUST nr THREE 1 HIGH OK WORK. F'HONi- n OR WRITT WRRNTHA.U FARM L IMPLIES, DOX 70, WRLMTHAM. VftTlTpD S 1 0 C K W A T E R 1 1 1 G ;i i s and (lug-out--, con'truct. W.ll rirain (nr pnrtial Phone Trittiir Conslructicn, F .ir t MiiclcaJ. 1017-12 Sji'Kali.'lw, Oil. S fSaiiw I 1 f.A 42A TRUCK WANTED HOOD TO FIT !3fS r.WC half ton. 317 COS. AUXILIARY TANK TON. Phone 327.05JJ, slier s p m. Batteries Always paying more-NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. !0d 33rd St. Ncrth 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CLUB LICENCE Public notice Is hereby given that the ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION, BRANCH NO. 193 Club intends to apply to Trie Alberta Liquor Control Board for club liquor licence to sell liquor by the glass to members thereof for consumption on the following described ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION, BRANCH NO. 193 VAUXHALL, Al DERTA SOUTH HALF CIO OF SECTION 27-30-31-32-W4M Block 12 Plan No. 760 CM. Objections to this application shall he made forthwith lo The Alberta Liquor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Vauxhall, Alberto, this 35 h day of September, 1971. KNUD REPSTOCK (SECRETARY) t 37 FT. SCHULT MOBILE HOME TV.D bedrooms. 3J7.9305. UJIJ TENT OTTAWA. PMO'JE or Cardslcn, 853.IC5J, FEMALE EMPLOYMENT SIXTEEN FT. TEE PEE HOLIDAY trailer. Propane r-lrijerntpr, .hrf! burner stove v.iln tr.-tn. -ICy I2lh H Phona MS.JM1 BABYSIT IN MY HOME, week days. Phone :L'3-B5-il C7773-17 V LL DO BABYSITTING IN WY home nnyii-ne, Pt.nne exr'rta Install your cry-lift <-r rnrne hitch. SAM AND CARL'S LL BA3YSIT IN' WY HOWf., NEAR Acints Daviist-r, Schctl. t33o-6 OUAUFIED STENOGRAPHER SEEKS as Write Box 123, Hcreld. you boya know, I'll be on jury duty all week IIOBBERSTAD SIXTEEN FT. HOLIDAY TRAILER Sleeps six, hpfller, decinc brakes. 13 1! boat, trailer and motcr. Phnrv; 328S9iS. LOST AND LOANS in the city on Monday, October 4, 1971 Mr. Ragnvold (Rawlly) Hobberstad, at the age of 82 years. The late Mr. Ilobbcrslad was a well known retired farmer of the Enchant district and was a resident of Lelhbridge at the time of his passing. He is survived by two Bisters, Mrs. Maria Tonnesen, and Mrs. Jonas Ny-gaard, Norway. The funeral sen-ice will be held on Thurs- day at p.m. in the Enchant i Free Evangelical Church, with Rev. W7. Bun-ell officiating. Interment will follow in the Enchant Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7783 TOMIJNS Emily of Frank, passed away at her residence on Sunday, October 3, 1971, at age of 68 years. She was born in Rotherham, Yorkshire, England, April 6. 1903. The late Mrs. Tomlins came fo Canada, settling in Sentinel, B.C. and in Frank in 1941, where she has resided sirce. She was predeceased by her husband Walter in Frank n 1951, whom she had married in New Brunswick in 1928. She was a member of the Crow-view Rebekah Lodge and a former member of the OORP. Survivors include two sons, Harry of Calgary, Alan in Kasio, B.C.; five grandchildren, and one sister in England. Funeral services will be held in St. Luke's Anglican Church, Blairmore, Wednesday, October 6 at p.m., with Rev. C. T. Gale officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Blairmore Union Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. IQSfl GENERAL (37x101. FCR SALE OR rent. Phone 338-234i, LICENCED RED BICYCLE ON ST. Mary's School ground. Phone MORTGAGE MONEY FOR .ETHBRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, -IAL ISfi-iPllf RESIDENCE 252-afliX ANYTIME. 271 HAVE A FEW OPENINGS III r appyland located in McKillcn fhurci W.cnday- 1 Thursd.iv. a.m. _ 312 per irnth For furtntr infer mat ion phinf 327-7682 or 327-.1I9.1. EIGHT FT. SKYLARK CAMPERETTE. Camping equipment IncluJc-d. Pncne 317-0045, OUTBOARD MOTOR. OWN-er may claim by identifying and pay-inq for adverllsemenl. Box 121, Hera d. MUST SELL IN PINCHER CREEK-Moving 12 x 6-i, FiDCfw3od mou If home. Wtfh porch and Girling. Low down payment a-ict laks over payment. Phone 627-3059, PInchor AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Ma 1, Phcne 32E-3331 3es dential, Commercial proper! es. ns and ranches.. City or Town, oweit interest rntc-5 a vail able, r rst nd second morlgnges. In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Olga, who passed away October 5, 1968. Beautiful memories woven in gold. This is Ihe picture your loved ones hold, Deep in our hearts your memory is kept, To love and to cherish and never forget. Ever remembered and sadly missed by her husband Ted; daughter Dorothy and family. 1382 LICENCED KOOP DAY CARE CENTRE Children, six wenks to six years. Pnono 32G-2B35. RATES ON MOVING Grinn east as fpr es Winnipeg. Trick "av na Friday, October 8, 1971. Phone LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public Notice Is hereby given that the unedsigned Intends to apply to the L nuor Control Board for a licence PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES LTD. TrallT accessories and parts; frailer servicing, storage and repair. Phono 328-4J21- FARM HELP DO-IT-YOURSELF. 41 J 1298 West 10th. Ave., Vancouver 9, B.C. Phcne 738-1731. 1171-23N MARRIED COUPLE FOR hcq orc-rs'nn and griiin 'arm. Ycnr round If satisfactory. Start j. h.V. Hu'chinson, Box 283, Warner cr phsne DD POINTING PRIVATE OR ommercia Phcne CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILEFJS AND CAMPERS LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD. HIGHWAY 25 SOUTH PHONE 327-1325 OR PARTS, REPAIRS AND qay publication featuring correspondence section Information, Dc-pt L H Box 154 Station Q, Toronto 7, Ontario. DRIVEWAYS AND PAT-03. Prompt service. Phone Earl Johnson, 32B-7905. FEMALE HELP MASONRY AND STUCCOING, :a 327-9625. ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinkinq urob em. Phone 327-80-19 or alter HAIRDRESSER RE-quired immediately. Phone REPA RS CHIMNEY, FUE-3 ace, cemen', brick, pointing and Renovations and house rais-ng. 328-1055. beer, wine and liquor by the qlass for consumption only on the licensed portion of the premises In accordance w th the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act and the Regulations made thereunder with respect to trie fo owing described prlmises: R. B. INVESTMENTS LTD. GARDEN HOTEL 510-512 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Lot S and 6 Block 32 Plan No. 4353 H.S, Obfections to this application shall be made forthwith to the Alberta Liquor Centre: Board, Edmonton. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta .this lOlh day of September, R. B. INVESTMENTS LTD. NICK RADCMSKY, PRESIDENT. YEAR-END CLEARANCE Hew 12 X J-i Chinook S3 New 12 x 60 luxedo Manor New 12 x 66 Tuxedo Mancr New 13 x 60 Ted's Horns Used 10 x ai Defrciter S5 55" Used B x 32 Glendale SI .r.-5 Used Teardrops Trailer s NO TRADES OR Lots available In all Purchasers. Six miles west en Highway three COALHURST MOBILE HOMES Phone 327-3744 FOUR DAYS A week, Lakeview area. Phone SERVICES AND WINDOWS AND In loving mem- "AN OVER TO V.'ORK AT Hc'.iS1; Of No experience Plesse apply in STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber corporate seals, dators, etc. Same-day Service. !333 2nd Ave. S. Phone 323-5114. "PHONE joriis ROOFING, of a dear father and grandfather, John Kobewka, who passed away October 5, 1970. Beautiful memories, woven in gold, This is the picture, your loved ones hold. Deep in our hearts, your memories are kept To love and to cherish and never forget. EST MATES CN CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS, patios, retaining walls, oors, etc. Guaranteed workmansh p. Phcne 327-26-11. Nerd extra cash (rr budget? at betv.een 2 and J p.m Wednesday. on all makes of washers and dryers, automatic cr conventional. A so till small appliances, lawn mowers, rcns vacuum cleaners, No cb tco targe or Ion small. STE NER CEMENT WORK, jld ta'cmcnJs dug. water proofing, 'free est mates. Phone 327-B2B6. APPEARING WOMAN or fuH time, for erprci'imalely six Past experience meeiinp pub c dcful. Apply upstairs. Office 7. Buildirg. AND R BUILDERS AND FIN RS Rumpus rooms, interior decoratinn, cupboards, finished car-penter' work, fireplaces, garages. Phone 32B-9K79. HAUL JUNK. FREE EST1-mates. Phone 327-2J38. mainly in missed by his daughter Amy, Allan and family. 1384 UNITED MOBILE HOME DIVISION SCB Ihe complete homes In Squire. Page, Vista Villa and Eel! Mancr in single and doubia units JO models to choose from Examples. Page Double wide, three bedroom, fully furnished. As low 59975. vista Villa 12x44, three bedroom. Fully furnished. As low as Guaranteed service after purchase. Low down payments. Bank rale financing. Trades accepted. Ocen Sunday afternoon for brawslng. Phone 327-0622 or 327-17EO. UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave. and 3rd St. S. DO YOU WANT FOR CHRIST-A.'iAS? You have it. Just become an Avon Representative. Earnings p le up quickly becnL'se rvc-rycr.e appre-ci-ites the ease and ccnveniencp c Ehcoaing the way. CALL NOV.': Cr V'RITE MRS. M. SCOTT, 251-1 23rd AVE. S. EVERGREEN TREE, ALSO several smail ones. 2223 35th St. S. BUILDING, CEMENT vork and s uccoina. Anderson and Sorenson Cons ruction, 1020 7fh Ave S. Phone 327-iS62. GROUND MANURE "ACK-ed in plastic bags. SI. 50 each. For free delivery phcne 327-9530. curbs will be eased EDMONTON (CP) Restrictions on aircraft movements at the Edmonton Industrial Airport will be eased when a new control tower goes into operation, Don Dewar, western regional director for the ministry of transport, said here. The new tower will make it possible to eliminate regulations which set out time periods during which cert a i n types of flights could use the downtown airport, Dew'ar said in an interview. He said the ministry will not consider the regulations unless there is a dramatic increase in the number of aircraft movements at the airport. There were aircraft movements at the airport last year and the average is about 220.000. If movements increased to or more a year "we might have to review the situation." Mr. Dewar said the new tower, which will be 85 feet tall, will eliminate the problem of poor visibility at the airport. ATTRACTIVE OFFER FOR AN attractive lady Showing a fash on accessory in a major department siorp. High earnings and guaranteed income. Alertness rather than experience preferred. Wednesdays, October 6th 11 a.m. to 2 WEED CUTTING. PROMPT serv ce. Free estimates. Phone 327-7641. OF POLL MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 1971 TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby g ven that Polling will take place for the E ection of 6) Town Councillors on Wednesday, the 13'h day of October 1971, from ten o'clock in the forenoon unt 1 pight o'clock in the afternoon a the following place, Picture Butle Municipal Library Building. Given under my hand at P c ure Butte this 30th day of September, 1971 E. Mcllroy Returning Officer KINDS OF JUNK HAULED, trees trimmed, yard cleaned up. Free est nates. Phone 327.5641. TREADWAY Funeral service for Alvin Treadway, (born June 28, 1913, died Sept. 21, was held at p.m. Monday, Sept. 27, 1971, in Eden's Funeral Home, Pincher Creek, with Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Pallbearers were Francis Bitango, Henry Hammond, Hughie Duggan, Robert Maxwell, Harold Gilford and William Lillico. Interment was in the Fairview Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, was in charge of the Ross. Pron-i aiter p.m., 327-43J3. AND HEDGES TRIMMED CR removed. Free estimates. Phone 327-2138 or 327-7398. MALE HELP ROTTED MANURE PHONE V c Bzdell, 32S-3289, before 6 a.m. end after 5 p.m. Man- Ann, passed awav in Cardston on Sunday, October 3rd, 1971, at the age of 94 years, beloved wife of the late A'dam Hendry of Cardston. She leaves to mourn her passing, three daughters, Mrs. Mabel Gareau, Mrs. Warner (Rozella) Linder and Mrs. Harvey (Isabelle) Wolff all of Cardston; one son Blair Hendry, also of Cardston; eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; two grcat-grcEt-grand by her husband Adam in 1946 and by three sons and two daughters. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake Chapel in Cardston on Wednesday, October 6th at p.m., with Bishop Glen Jones officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon prior to the service. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 1 C7777 CHESTER Passed SE.V.I TRAILER DRIVER, OVFR 35. PHONE (CP) About 82 per cent of all wheat, oats, barley arid rapeseed in Alberta has been threshed, the Alberta Wheat Pool said today in its crop report for the week ended Monday. An end to cool, showery weather during the week brought hope that harvesting could be resumed early this week, said the report. Southern areas were waiting for drier conditions to complete the flax harvest, which was 75 per cent complete. Central regions needed one week of fair weather to get all crops in bins. SNOW FALLS Northern areas received snow as as cold and rain last week and two weeks of pood weather is needed to complete the harvest in the Peace River region, said the pool. Corn and sunflower crops still had not been harvested. Expected yields now are: wheat 25.3 bushels an acre, barley 36.3, flax 13.5. Rapeseed estimates dropped to 15.6 bus i-els an acre from 18.01 a year ago. Wheat, barley and flax estimates are un .1 bushel an acre from last APPRENTICE FIRST cr second yc-sr cr man with FULLY INSURED TREE SUR-GCOH CUTTING, TRIMMING. ETC. PHONE 328-2094. MOVING We specialize in moving larger type al'o for sale, Evergreen trees up to 20 ft. tall. Phono 327-6172, after d p.m. APPEARING MAN OR 5TU-cifnt wiih car for light delivery and cclltcting. Part cr full-time for ap-prcximately six Apply office seven, upstairs, Metropolitan Building, after 10 a.m. OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA PUBLIC SALES OF LANDS (THE TAX RECOVERY ACT, R.S.A. 1970) VILLAGE OF COUTTS Notice is hereby given that under th provisions of The "Tax Recovery Act the Village cf Coulls will offer fc sale by pub c auction in the villag off ce, at Ccutts. Alberta, on Wednes day, October 2Qlh, 197' at o'c oc in the afterncsn, the owing Lo s Block P an 23 A 20- BT fi 1 OPPORTUNITY DAYS CHINOOK 66 TRAILER SALES 1205 Mayor Magrath Drive AH new and used stock drastically reduced Complete line of all models of South Parks and Boiers. Priced to clear. SEE THE SPECIALS ON THESE 17 ft. Aristocrat Shower, hot wa-ter, pressurized end v.aterized. Like 13 ft. Triple E compact H ft. Esta Villa Toilet, basin, fur-race, qas refrigerator, brakes, etc. Immaculate. Only S159S. Many others ta choose from. Six tent trailers to clear at special prices (five hardtops) HUNTERS AND SKIERS SPECIALS CMC converted bus, in top shape, ready to qo. Regular S'295. SEE TH15 ONE AT S695. Aluminum boat, motor and trailer. In perfect shape. Regular S775. Off season special S595. ALL UNITS WINTERIZED AT NO EXTRA CHARGE. SPECIAL TRA L-ER ANTI-FREEZE IN STOCK C 7 739- POULTRY AND Credir Union REQUIRES MANAGER Ranking and credit union ROASTING CHICKENS, PAN ready. Hens 3dc per Ib., roosfers 30c per Ib. Also friers. Free delivery. H. Dyck, CoaldalO able tn meet the publir. Wr P.O. Box 1237. storing aqe, marital status end PETS AND Funeral service for Mrs. Lillian Maria Reed, (nee Hut. former Lethbridge resident who died at Edmonton Tuesday, Sept. 28, 1971, was held at p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2, 1971, in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel. 812 3rd Ave. S. with Rev. E. R. Doyle officiating. Pallbearers were grandsons Raymond Frache, Charles and Larry Coe, William West, Ronald Anderson and great grandson Alvin Wright. Interment was in Archmount Me-mcrial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the AND FEMALE REGISTERED wh te miniature French Poodles. Have received distemper shots. Six months od. House trained. Phone PROGRESSIVE GLASS COMPANY requires for full time an energet c experienced .i'nd ycrxt working conditions. Guaranteed steady employment. Please nhcn" 253-3165 or writs to Mr. A. Vinc-r, 112 17th Ave. S E., 21, Alberto. BUSINESS 2 8339EE Each parcel will be offered fnr saie sut) ect fo the aoproval of the M nistc of Municipal Affairs and subject to reserve bd and to the reservations an cond tions contained in the ex st n cert ficales cf Cash. Redernpt on may be effected by pay merit of all arrears of taxes and cost a iy time pricr fo the sale. Dafpd at the Village of Coutts, the Province of Alber'ta, this 30th da of July, 197 G. ROBINSON, PART-TIME for sale. Income 5600 per month. Slock investment S4M. Reply Box 122, Herad. EXPERIENCED SALESMAN For year-round steady employment In the furniture trade. No previous furniture experience Must be sole to rr.eet the public. Write box 45, Herald SEAT RESTAURANT IN good location Selling for health reasons Interested party write Box 39, Hera d. YOU WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Start at medium waqn, work to a year or more. Must fcn married. Write Box 114, Herald. 44 AGRICULTURAL in the city on Saturday. October 2, 1971, Mr. a William Lome Chester, at the age of 14 years, beloved son of nue South. Born Mi and Mrs. W. G. Chester, of 2014 12 and raised in Lethbridge, was a 4 student in Grade nine at Gilbert Paler-son school. He loved all sports and he was keenly interested in his hobby which was model building, and was well known as a paper toy for The Lethbridge Herald. Resides his parents he is survived by, three sisters, Mrs. L. R. (Dawn) Jensen, Edmonton and Glcnna and Dehhi. at home; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. II. I. Sinclair Kamloops. B.C. and Mr. J. c! Chester, Uthbridgc. The funeral service will held on Wednesday, at p.m. in M a r t i n Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Street N., with Rev. Dr. II. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow In Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 Street N., phor" MARTIN named youth hraiich d ireclor EDMONTON (CP) David II. Rehill, director of research in the department of culture, youth and recreation for the last years, has been appointed director of youth services branch. Mr. Rehill will be responsible for a team that will communicate with groups across the province who arc engaged in youth programs. The team will assist in such projects as drug education, student employment and community development. DRY STRAW WANTED. DELIVER to Fort Macteod. Phone 73J-3766 or 23W033. for furniture department. Apply in person or (aoout Especially attractive for watch maKer. matHy S30.GOO stock. Down payment flexible. Provided security good. Ret ring. Box 116, Herald. 1338-1 DEPARTMENT OF r HIGHWAYS 45 AUTOS resume, PERSONNEL DEPARMENT wooico DEPARTMENT STORE 2025 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be rece v cd by the underpinned up to 11 o'cloc A.M. Standard Time on Mono ay, Oct ohcr IR, 1971. fr.r the construct on o thft fallnwino v.crk: Hiilv.vay -'.i, S. of Schuler t Jet. Hwy. M "3.51 to Mile H cjhway i A, Jet. Mwy. Jl to Mec kinc Hat Mile D.OQ to -1.99, Asphalllc Concrete Pauemenf Other Wrirk, 61, 7M Tons 'of Ten Haul. Contracts an. -I Scarifications mgy I-. ob a at the- office of th" Ch p Construct :n E n rj i n e e r, H fiu ding. Ed nonlcn, Alberts, tho a f CO of "the D Strict Enriir.'jpr. 1707 Street N.W., Calqary, Alberta, and th of the District A: min slrnt Lfithhricltic, A fcfirta. find wM l.n nvailanlo only t nd Vidsmir. .iticl npprn! n n tie ProviiC" cr tn car rorpcrationi ren ,'vc and r.perfltin.i in and who have estnl 1 ihfifl a liv'-d plaie Cf huslnrss In Ih Province r.f Alfcfrta. A tlenoslt n Twenty Five p.iv ablr- to tho FVcvinciiil TfMf.urrr, w he rftquired for rarh copy of the Con tract and Specific a I lorir, t.iVen. Far muit ho accompanied by n mar! el chequo nr hr.nrl rqual to 10 cfn! of Trntfor, Tcndrrr, b? r.nnn rd In Publir. The lowest or any Ten dcr not nccr'.snrily accepted. H OFPIJTY MINISTER OF IGI WAYS AND TRANSPORT. hoard spend! up curhs under attack RED DEER (CP) The Alberta Teachers' Association will push for elimination of spcnc-, ing restrictions placet! on s school boards, says Walter I. Hughes, association president Mr. Hughes told a news con fcrence lhat Ihe school boarr j i is the only form of municipa government forced to slay within a six per cent yearly in-; crease in spending, i He also said the association would like to see an end o plebiscites on school b o a r c money I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care given lo me during my hospitaliza-tion. Special thanks to friends and relatives for the cards, flowers and visits, flowers and visits. Gae Todd CASH PAID For used cars and trucks cr will cc cept consignment. TOWN COUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 323-3654 X 125 FOOT BUILDING IN DOWN-lown Divided into two showrooms and shop. Two partitions off ce spaces and washroom in arra. Full price SJ7.500. Some terms. M.L.S. CALL REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT THE CANADA TRUST 1 COMPANY 327-8581 47 LIVESTOCK FRESH MILK COW. MUST BE gentle. Phone 756-3394, Stirlinq. MALE -FEMALE HELP DEAD STOCK REMOVED-FREE OF charge LETHBRIDGE: RENDERING Phone 328-1336, Uthtridge; 323-3i67 Tober. HP PART TfMC HfTl.P PE to clsfln cars fl! Pro A-'.r.tnrr, C. MEMORIAM KOBEWKA In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, John Kohcwka, w h o passed away October 5, 1970. Our father, who art in heaven Hallowed lw thy name. They Kingdom come, Thy will be done On earth, as il is in heaven Give us this day our daily bread, And forgive us our trespasses As we forgive those who tres pass against us, And lead us not into temptation But deliver us from evil. Amen. Ever remembered and snd ]y missed by his daughlei Anne, Ed and Nicole. HORSES WANTED ALL and sli-S. ALSASK PROCESSORS John Drewry pnone 328-2911. ARF LOOKING FOR YOU If hsve dnili'y, frcn t nip and n car. try 1h.' ro-il hu% G r c n t poiontial financin t FASE APPROXIMATELY sq. ft. floor space in Taber's only shopp nq mall. Completely now with hot and cold weather air condition ng. Su table for retail tfore, coffee inop. etc. locntion next lo supc-r markfl .ind department store on Tacr-r's mnirt shopping with ample ofl-street parklncj. Ready for occupancy November 1st. Interested pnrtiei apply to Mr. Roy How, Haw's GA FcwJIiner, Taber. Phone MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING end Whclrsala livestock dealers. CITY PACKER LTD. Phone .177.3045, r'hcr.e 3J3-ST52 for flnnr: m monl. CKS3-5 48 LIVESTOCK WANTED TO SCHOOL AT HOWF CANADA'S leading scrnal. hrrchurf. t rt Mnnal JM S.T., Ca qary rights quarantee lo he sought OTTAWA (CP) A group of Canadian rabbis is lo confront Soviet Premier Alcxei Kosygin during his coming Otlawa visit with a list of requests aboul Soviet Jews. WANTED APPROXIMATELY lor feedlnf, en percentage c ihara basis. Phono 6S.H4S5, A DISC JOCKEY Rpccrrtfr rnfSJiiqo hy Jinn Elliot t.3 you hew. Phono 333-3436, Columh r of Brcadoiitinrj. '175-1 64 SEWING SERVICES DRESSMAKING AND done. Reasonable. Phono D 31.1 Sth St. S. Phone 32B-1044 S RETIRE IN 10 YEARS Off ce building on 3rd Ave. S. f) Low down payment. Terms fnr 10 Two storey bulldtnq, x 75. O Parking lot In rear. S Phona Frank Tlnord 1-337-34 78 Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS San Diego, Admiral Richard Harrison Jackon, 105 who saved the United Slates warship Trenton from founder f ing in a Pacific hurricane in o IBM and who lived to be the oldest U.S. military 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES SCRAP STEEL CAST 'RON Batlerlrs VARZAR1 IRON LTD SCRAP YARD, 3308 2nd Avo, N Priona 338-93J2. Japnncso .snails hoar fully df vc oped live offsprinfl capable Mrinfi for them.sctvtis wliilc n larger than a LOST AND HIGHEST PRICES FOR MfilnU JJIfiiii -nrl Crist flatteries, DAVIS ENTERPRIfjES 1S03 !nd Ave. S. Phono 327-AW AT 7CLLCR'S BOY' Muildnn niirt wliitp .yi-l wilh t-.l.irk dncl wnito r.hi.-rkrr ;o-ir SMI. LUjhl. Any in'nrm.dion In re nards to this, phono 3J8-IA5-1. Rcwflrd Directors ot Fimcra! Service. NUMBERS 12, 46, W, 86, 93, Sfl, 1M, 105, 113, ;