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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 73 BUSINESS PUBLIC must have car, re ences, S600 to S2900 cash. Seven twelve hours weekly can net exce monthly Income. More full time, f ir.tciview write CANAPE DISTRIBUTING TD., DcHT. D. Bay St., Sufle 205, Toronto 1, Ontar Include phone number. nnd Solicitors 3m 309 Canada Trust Building fid Lethbrldtje, Alberla Solicitors for ROY WALLWAH cr. Executor of the Estate of Etna L to Petersen, deceased nt 0 NOTICE TO CREDITOR AND ATTENTION HOUSE BUILDER ft. FOR SALE BY TENDED 1J Sealed tenders will be received t the undersigned up fo o'clock p In Ihe Estae of REGINALD MYES 5 of Ihe City o! Lethbridge, In f I Province of Alberla (Maintenance Mar who passed away on tne 15th day V September, A.D 197) TAKE NOTICE that 'all persons ha e Ing claims upon tlu> estate of the ino named must file with the unders qn solicitors by the tin day of Noverribe A.D. 1971 a full statement of tne claim and of securities held by thei I VIRTUE AND COMPANY Barristers and Solicitors 104 McFarland Building Lethbridge, Alberla Solicitors for the Executrix die. r- Precious forever are mem r- ones of you, Today, tomorrow, and all life d, through. n remembered and ie sadly missed by: n Mother, dad and Orville; Myrtle, Fred and family; of Gladys, Mike and familv. WESTBANK 323 5Jh St. S. Phone 328-1 RETIRE IN 10 YEARS Office building on 3rd Ave. 5. Low down payment. Terms for 10 years. Two storey building, 40 x 75. A Parking lot in October 20, 1571 for th purchase of the followina vacant anc Lots 1 to "5 Block 3 1 Finn Lethbrldqe 317 H.V .ocatlon: South side of 12th Avnu North all land east of 20th Street t lane. All services are prepaid. Terms: Cash ofherwlse If time Is sired, quote full details. Tenders must be acrompanled bv certified cheque for of tendere price. AM or any tender may not necessa-tl be accepted. Unsuccessful tenderer deposits will be returned. Lelhfarldqe Extension Council, United Church of Canada c-o G. L. ALDOUS Passed away NOTICE TO TENDER Scaled Tenders for Ihe construct o of twelve (12) Concrete Drop and Chec Structures on Cameron Lateral an Eight Mile Lateral will be rece vc af the office of the Irrigation Dlstr c up to p.m., local time. Octane 23, 1971. Security will be required Copies of the Drawings and Specifica (ions may be obtained from the Irriga t on District or from Wate Resources Division, Adrnln strafio Building, on or afte Ocfober 12, ]971, upon deposit o 525.00 in cheque, made payable to fh Board o) Directors. The Board reserve the right fo reject any or all tenders The Board of Directors, The St. Mory River Irrigation District, Lethbridge, Alberts. city on Friday, October 1971, following s lengthy illness 5 Mr. William George Aldous, a d the age of 86 years, of 80 1 15th St. S., beloved husband o r Ihe Ia4e Mrs. Edith Ada A] dous. He is survived by on son, Mr. Roy A. Aldous of Leth bridge; two daughters, Mrs r Edna Letts of Osoyoos and Mrs T. (Phylis) Thomplrins of Whit jy, Ontario; eight grandcht dren ar.d one brother, Mr. Ai hart Aldous of Toronto. Born ii England in 1884, the late Mr Aldous came to Calgary in 191 raid in the late 1920's cam'e tc Lethbridge where he has resided until his passing. He was a member of the Lodge No. 2 I.O.O.F.; Army and Navy Veterans Club; past member o" tile Lethbridge Lions Club anc at one time was very active in the reserve army. The funera sen'ice will be held cm Tuesday at p.m., in Martin Traditional Chapel. 812 Srd Ave. S., with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Cremation will follow. Friends who wish may pay their respects at the Traditional Chapel. 812 Srd Ave. S. Phone- 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors 01 Funeral Service. C7831 BEXN'ETT Passed away suddenly at the residence on Thursday, October 7, 1971, Mr. Martin Edward Bennett, at the age of 44 years of 94C-10lh St. S., beloved son of Mrs. Oscar (Lena) Snortland of Lethbridge. Besides his mother, he is survived by five sisters, Mrs. C. (Hazel) Bohnet of Cardston, Mrs. H. (Margaret) Michaelis, Mrs. R. (Doris) Heitman and Mrs. Katherine Yanke, all of Lethbridge, and Mrs. J. (Lil-licn Deginstine of Coutts: two brothers. Mr. Johnny Bennett of Hasmer, B.C. and "Mrs. Lso-nard Bennett of Surrey, B.C.; end his grandmother. Mrs. Inga Petersen of Pincher Creek. Born in Glemvooi; in 1927, the laie Sir. Bennett was raised and educated in Orion. Since 1960, he had lived and worked in the Ponoka area, returning to the Manyberries District. He resided there for two years prior x> coming to Lethbridge following the completion of harvesting a month ago. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at p.in., in the Pattison Chapel, Medicine Hat. iilcrmcnt will follow in tile amilv plot in Medicine Hat. MARTIN BROS- LTD., Directors of Forwarding Arrange-nents. CARD OF THANKS JONES We would like j convey to our friends our si ,j 1 cere appreciation for their he and many, many expressions j love and concern. Very speci thanks to Martin Brothers. n" Brian (Peggy) Jonc and children. 161 n WOBICK We would like t express our sincere thanks t our family for helping us ente y tain at our 50th wedding ann D versary party September B which was held at Sven Erick r sen's Restaurant. Many tliank t to our relatives and friends wh gave gifts, sent flowers an i cards. It was greatlv apprecia Beatrice Frene -In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who o passed away October 9, 1969. i- Life is like the rain p It falls and fills the earth f anew il And then it fades away. We have all been blessed bv s one who filled all our lives 18 with love and energy to go on growing. 0 i missed and ever re-0 j membered by her daughter _ j Heather, son-in-law Gaston and grandchildren Cyril, David, Carlyle and Angela. seizes four newspapers SAIGON (AP) The South Vietnamese government seized four more newspapers and a magazine today for publishing articles "harmful to national bringing to 15 the number confiscated in the last two days. The government news agencv, Vietnam Press, also reported that 17 earlier cases of press law violations had been decided in court. Nine of the cases resulted in convictions and fines ranging from to S540 and acquittal in the other eight. Three of the convictions wera against the opposition newspaper Tin Sang, whose editions were again confiscated Fridav and today. of the press confiscations in recent days have been for articles criticizing the government for the Oct. 3 presidential election, in wlu'ch President Nguyen Van the only won 74 LOANS PRIVATE MORTGAGE MONEY FO LETHBRIDGE AREA EASY T QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HA KREBS, OFFICE 266-6011; RES DEWCE 252-CB63, ANYTIME. NOTICE TO TENDER Sealed Tenders for the constructlor of Polyethylene lining of SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Mall, Phone 32B-333 Residential, Commercial properfle Farms and ranches. City or Towr Lowest interest rates available. Hrs end second mortgages. the N V? of Section 20-15-19-WJ near Travers, Alberta, will be rece v ed at the office of (he Irrigation Dis trict up to p.m., local time, Octo ber 25, 1971. Security will he requ rerl 1 Copies cf the Drawings and Soec flea tons may be obtained from the Irri ciation District 'or from "Alberta Water Resources Division, Admtnh tration Buildinq, on or after October 13, 1971, upon deposit r, In cheque, made payable to the Board of Directors. The Board reserves the right to reject any or aM tenders. The Board of Directors, i The Bow River irrigation District, Enchant, Alberta. MORTGAGE loans available on farms homes, hotels, motels, commercla buildings and industrial properties lo cated anywhere in Alberta. Past, cor dial, confidential service, at compel! tive rates. Farmers-Merchants Trust 309 7th St. S, Phone 323-55-18. 1 4002-tf ZONING BY LAW NO. 2750 The following applications for develop ment permits have been approved by the Municipal Planning Commission on October 6, 1971: 71-660 Henry Homes Ltd. lo construct a building for use as a single ftmily residence or duplex at 1330 Lakemouni Boulevard. 71-66) Henry Homes Ltd. to construct a building for use as a single family resdence or duplex at 1237 G acier 71-356 Jake and Mefvin Andres lo build a truck depgt a) 123 North Mayor Magrafh Drive. Any person affected by the said decision may appeal such decision tn the Development Appeal Board by del vering either personally or tiy Reg stered Mail, statement of the grounds of appeal to reach the Off cf the Cily Clerk in the Cily Hell not later than Ocfober 20, T, Kanashiro DEVELOPMENT OFFICER. Debate on nuclear test is refused VANCOUVER (CP) _ Representatives of the Atomic Energy Commission touring the Aleutian Islands explaining the Amchitka nuclear test have refused to debate with members of the Greenpeace protest mission. Mrs. Dorothy Metcalfe, communications co-ordinator anc wife of Greenpeace crew member Ben Metcalfe, said today Charles William Fort and Vern Willock declined to debate in public the question of the proposed five-megaton nuclear test. She said they did agree to an interview with Mr. Metcalfe and answered most of his questions. Mr. Fort, from the United Slates environmental protection agency at Las Vegas, Nov., and Mr. Willock of the Atomic Energy Commission arrived NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the estate of HENRY JACOB NEUFELDT. otherwise known as HENRY JACOB NEUFELD, late of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 23rd day of August, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav-inq claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned So icilors by the 15th day of November, A.D. 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held y DAVIDSON WILLIAMS 20' Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors, The Canada Trust Company, and Xenle Neufeldt. Passed away ii the city on Friday, Oclober 8 1971, following a brief illness Mrs. Edith Mary Maggs. at Ihe age of 78 years, of 227 15th St N., beloved wife of the late Mr ailbert Maggs. She is survivec one daughter. Mrs S 0 (Kathleen) Tinnell of California; seven grandchildren and me great-granddaughter. The late Mrs. Maggs was predeceased by her husband, Gilbert 11 one son, Osmond Wi -lams and one daughter Mrs 'earl Bothmlev. Born in Eng-snd in 1893, the late Airs Maggs camt to Cramord in 1827 and in 1951 came to Lethbridge where she has resided since. The funeral service will >e held on Tuesday at p m in the First Baptist Church nth Rev. L. D. Hankinson offi-lating. Interment will follow ji :ie family plot in Mountain 'iew Cemetery. Friends who ish may pay their respects t Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 Srd Ave S MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of Funera] Service. and Bob Wobick. 75 FOR MASONRY AND STUCCO NG call 377-9625. I would like to press my sincere thanks to a my friends and relatives wh sent cards, gifts and flower and for the many visitors wh came to see me while in th hospital. A special thanks t the doctors and nurses of th Municipal Hospital who were so patient and gave me sue] good care. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING FREE ESTIMATES ON CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS, patios, retaining walls, floors, etc. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 327-2641. FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone 327-B2E6. B AND R BUILDERS AND FIN SH-ERS Rumpus rooms, interior decorating, cupboards, finished car-p e n t e r work, fireplaces, garages. Phone 32B-9B79. PARKER We would espec ially like to thank our family for the lovely dinner and open house they put on in honor of our 40th wedding anniversan1. OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS Orden No. 701-1 401 -01 8 Inst.itlaJion of Aoproxirrafoly Feel of 6" Wafer Main, 1200 Lin. Feet of 8" Sewer Main and Related Work, Moses Lake Townslte, Blood riuian Reserve. Cardston, Alberta. Blood 'Peioan District, Index No Alberta 495. Sealed Tenders, marked as fo content, addressed to Regional Engineer, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 27th Honr, C.N. Tower, Edmonton 15, Alberta, v.' 1 be received up to: 1 p.m. (AAST) Ocfober 26, 1971. 1 Tender documents can be: Obtained by General Contractors on on deonslf of S25.00 in the form of a CERTIFIED CHEQUE payable to THE RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA, from Realonal Engineer, Dept. Indian Affairs and Northern Development 27th Foor, C.N. Tower, Edmonton and Officer-in-Chsrae, Blood District, 206 Federal Buildinq, Examined, Calgary Construction Association, 2540 5th Ave. N.W., Calgary Lethbr dge Construction Association, 321 Srd Ave. S., Lethbridge. Lower! or any tender not necessarily accepted. L. R. Clark, P. Eng Regional Engineer. GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson r.nd Sorenson Construction, 1030 7th Ave S. Phone 327-6SB2. ways of life outlined NEW YORK (AP) Most Mafia families live more or less like most middleclass suburban families. They watch TV A lot, are oflen bored, have their share of marital difficulties and worry about how to meet the layments for a new home. But then again, their modest lomes are always well-lighted and have low shrubbery so prospective assassins can't hide. (Vnd garages, while cluttered with golf clubs and bicycles, lave rifles hidden here and here. This is the picture outlined in i new book. Honor Thy Father, >y Gay Talese who is believed o be the first outsider to live aid travel with members of a lafia family. The book is essentially the ton- of Joseph Bonnano. once ie reputed head of one of New 'ork's most powerful Mafia roups, and his son Bill. The ather. now 66, lives in retire-lent in Tucson, Ariz.; Bill. 38, s servin" a four-year term in a ederal penitentiary in Califor-ia for fraudulent use of a red it card. WKI.F.MH: Talose says Ihe book rci'lec s ijnges in Mafia ways of life. t e says, (or instance. 'that Bill's ife lives in California with her nir children, subsisting nn we- re. "Imumm- tluii. Mafia wife i Talese said in an i ta-view. "I want lo record Ihe c of Mafia as human beings. hat do thev reallv sav at the nner table? What do they s Talese said it took him seven j of research and thousands f hours of conversation with n e Bonanmi family lo answer ose questions. In'lhe. process, r became, close friends js Ih Bill nnd Rosalie. Their ildren played together. jf Falcsc said his main worry i lile working on the storv was (j it the central figure 'might ver make it lo (be next inter- K ;w. "I lost a couple of olher I, aracters in the book that, way ric ri Bill came very close lo b] ing killed." ship crew saved MANILA (AP) Two Vniied States Air Force helicopters rescued 25 Chinese crew members Thursday from their merchant ship, sinking in the South Shina Sea 185 miles southwest af Manila. The Keehmg had battered by eiant waves itirred by Typhoon BOX NUMBERS 46. t7, 56, 93, 102, 105, 110, thanks tc our grandchildren and Mrs. Isabel Weest-ra for the lovely program. Our sincere thanks to our relatives and friends for their lovely gifts, cards and flowers. A special thanks to the Lethbridge Exhibition Board, and all the staff, including the concession booth, for their lovely gifts, flowers and cards. We are pleased to thank all concerned who made our 40th wedding anniversary such a success. Our sincere thanks to all. and Vern Parker. PUBLIC TOWN OF COAIDAIE PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that Polling will take place for the election of Mayor, six Councillors and 3 Public School Representative In the Town of Coaldale on Wednesday, the 13th day of Oclober, 1971 from 10 o'clock in the forenoon until 8 o'clock in the afternoon at the Coaldale Community Hall and that 1 will declare the results of the election on Thursday, October U 1971 H. E. Fletcher Returning this week in Sand Point, the Aleutian community where the jreenpeace is tied up pending its move to Amchitka. The 12-man Greenpeace mission, aboard the Canadian hali-nit boat Phyllis Cormack, plans o cruise off Amchitka outside he three-mile U.S. territorial limit on the day of the MATTHEWS Funeral popular COGNAC, France (Renter) Cognac consumption througho he world increased bv 20 p ent in the last the C n a c Producers' Associati aid Thursday. The Fren larket remained at the top he list, with Frenchmen drin ng 20 per cent of the 120 milhx ottles produced. Thev were ft )wed by the Germai nd THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT ADVERTISEMENT FOR BEVERAGE ROOM AND BEER VENDOR'S LICENCE Public notice Is hereby given that the unriersiqned intends lo apply lo Ifle Alfccrta "Liquor Control Board for a licence to sell beer by Hie glass or open bottle for consumption on the licensed portion cf the premises (and also to sell heer by the unopened belt e for consumption elsewhere then on the licensed premises) in accordance with the provisions of The Liquor Licens nq Act and the Regulations made three- under with respect to the following described premises: COMMONWEALTH HOLIDAY INNS (ALBERTA) LIMITED HOLIDAY INN MAGRATH anrf AVE s LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Lot 1, 3, i, S, 8 and 9 Block 9 Plan No. 353 J.K'. Objections to this application 'hall be made forthwith to the Alberla 1 iquor Control BiWd. Edmonton Dated at Atbem, this ifi! i o day of September. N71 COMMONWEALTH q HOLIDAY INNS j fALBERTAl LIMITED :P B n F- TCMf K 1 PRESIDENT O THE LIQUOR for Mrs. Margaret Matthews, beloved mother of David Matthews of Lethbridge wfcb died at Edmonton Monday, Oct. 4. 1971, at the age of 65 years, was held at 10 a.n? Thursday, Oct. 7, 1971. in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 112 Srd Ave. S., with Rev Dr R. W. K. Elliott officiating] Pallbearers were A. J. Brighton, S. Hargreaves, J Pisko, E. Radley and F. Wi.fr tins. Interment was in Moun-sin View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer-Jl Service, was in charge of he arrangements CROFTS _ Funeral sen-ice for George Frederick (D u n c) Crofts, who died in the city Saturday, Oct. 2, 1971, after a long llness at the age of 73 years, vas held at p.m. Wednes-ay, Oct. fi. ifm, in Martin iros. Traditional Chapel 812 rd Ave. S.. with Rev. K. L. >isfield officiating. Pallhcar-rs were Dougias. Robert, Allan nd Donalrl Shaekleford, Jack 3uncan and Harrv Wilks. Inler-icnt was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., )ireclors of Funeral Sen-ice, 'as n charge of the arraiifie-lents. IIENDRV Funeral sen-ice )r Ann Hcnrlry, beloved r of the late Adam Hendry f Cardston who died there j mday, Oct. 3. 1871. at the are 9'l Years, was held at m. Wednesday. Oct. G, 1971. in c Alberta Stake Clrapel of Ihe DS Church, Cardston. with shop Glen Jones officiating, illbenrcrs were Garth Loe Pitcher. Len Cook. "Roy Srotlor, diaries Hall d Liiell Perrett. Interment is in Ihe Cardston Cemeterv. irHenson Salmon Funeral 0 Ltd.. Directors of Funer- a Son-ice, was in charge of Ihe D rangomonls. would like to thank the team of doctors and nurses at St. Michaels' Hospital on Saturday. October 2nd who did everything possible to help our boy, Lome. To Dr. Reverend Bob Elliot for his comfort at this tryteg time, our sincere thank you and to all our and Lome's friends, the Ladies Auxiliary to the Shrine and the Daughters of the Nile for their assistance, thank you. To our friends, Lome's school chums, we thank you all for your kinc words, cards and flowers you cannot realize what a comfor this can bring at a time like this. We thank those who have donated to the Lome Chester Orthopedic Memorial Fund at St. Michael's Hospital, our sincere thnnk you to the City of Lethbridge Police Departmen1 :or their assistance on Wednes-dav afternoon. Bill and Dorothy Chester Larry and Dawn Jensen Glenna and Dcbbi Chester Poppa and Granma Sinclair Grandad Chester IN MISHAP CALGARY (CP) Earl Hughes, 36, of Calgary -was killed Friday when he was run ver by a truck while working t the city's maintenance yard in the southeast section. His death boosted the er 0-jn of k-m 1-18 LIQUOR t LICENSING ACT APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENCE Pubic notice is hereby given that i aul Sue Ing, Kok Leuno Lee, Minq Tony Lee, and Lin Joseph 1 sang intends to apply to the Alberta tquor Control Board for a Dinlncj ounge Licence to sell beer, and g ne by the glass for consumotion on J h- fo owlno AUL SUE ING, KOK LEUNG f EE, MING MAH, TONY LEE j AND LIN JOSEPH TSANG ALEXANDRA RESTAURANT c 5TH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGF. Al BERTA r ot_ Block "I. Plan No. i'.siS. T'Ciions tn !iiis iipnlicaticn j p made forthwith t" the Alberts LI- :rr rnntrnl B-vird. Edmonton Hated at l.ethbridqe, An-erta, thir 1 ih flay Senfpniber, AUL SUE ING, KOK LEUNG --r, MINfi MAH, TONY LFE f AND LIN JOSEPH TSANG AppllCDr'.t o C9 count to 33, compared -ith 30 for the same date last AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Tuesday, Oct. 12th Free Public SkalinB p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13th Beginners Skating 6.30. p.m. Friday. Oct. 15lh Mothers and Preschoolers Free Skating noon Public Skating p.m. Saturday Oct. 16th Public Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. Suna'cy, Oct. 17th Beginners Skating pm. Public Skating p.m. Fomily Skating p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE Friday, Oct. 15lh Free Public Skating n.in. Sunday, Oct. 1 7ih Beginners Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Wednesday, Oct. 13th NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming 5.-30 p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Friday, Oct. 15th NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16th Public Swimming 5-30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 1 7lh Public Swimming p.m. Family Swimming p.m. Monday, Oct. 18th NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. NOTE. Persons who have purchased rho nrw Fomily Skcio and Swim Pcm are reminded that each individual's pass card must bfl prrsontec1 at all attended af swimming and skciling in order to obtain nd-mltWnco. Your continued co-operation In this mailer Is Passed away in he city on Thursday, October 7, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Frederick John 3'Mara, at the age of 07 years, )eloved husband of Mrs. Nance D'Mara of 818 7 Avenue S. Born n Yorkshire, England in 1884, he late Mr. O'Mara came to Smvden, Alberta in the early 900's, where he married the ormer Miss Nance Hick in 1910. rhey moved lo Seattle, where J hey lived for several years i loving lo Medicine Hai in 1921 937. He was well known for nd then to Fort Macleod in lany years as the operator of in Government Liquor Vendors 11 Fort Macleod before retiring i Lethbridge in the early 950's. He was very active in the n ietory Loan drives during the econd World War and was past of the Fort Macleod oard of Trade, a member of e Fort Macleod Lions Club id a past Chancellor of the edicine Hat Knighls of Pyth- s. Besides his loving wife he [1 survived by one daughter, rs. Murray j. (Kave) Robi- i; n, Coaldaie; two grandchil- J Mrs. D. II. (Leslee) Mar- i and Mr. Ron. F. Watson, 111 of LcUibridRc: five great-andsons. and one brother, Mr. nvrence O'Mara. He was pre- Ji by one sister and one H olher. Tlie funeral service will held on Saturday, Oclober i at p.m. 'in Martin ar os. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 2 3 Ave. S., with Rev. A. T. ng officiating. Cremation will low. Friends may pay their sperls until noon on Saturday, co ourtesy parking at Ihe rear of Ihe Chapel) MARTIN BROS, co D., Directors of Funeral Scr- tio OT51 LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE AND LOUNGE LICENCE Public notice is hereby olven that COMMONWEALTH HOLIDAY INNS fALBERTA) in LIMITED Intends to apply to The Alhprta Liquor bv Control Roerd for a Dinino Lounge th Licence and Licnnce to -ell "r beer, wine or Honor hy trie nlass for l-l consumption on the following dpscrlhed "c th COMMONWEALTH HOLIDAY INNS (ALBERTA) LIMITED HOLIDAY INN MAYOR and Jth WE 1 1 I.ETHBRIDGE. M BI-RTA Lot 1. .f fi and Block 9 Plnr No. 351 1 K shall b, Ob mnde forthwith to The Alberta Liquor nin Control Hoard, Edmonton. To Doted al Edmonton, Alberla, this Jjih na day cf Senfml-er. 1971 da COMMONWEALTH HOLIDAY INNS (ALBERTA) IIMITED ERNEST B. n ETCHER PRESIDENT LIQUOR LICENSING ACT d PUBLIC NOTICE OF re APPLICATION FOR j BEVERAGE ROOM y LIQUOR LICENCE Pnhl> f t u nn.irp is hfrpby qivfln !nat cndersiqnfd inirnds to flpniv to ll P Alberta Liquor Confrnl Bnarrf fcr T pncc to sell hepr, wlnr and Hqtior Tne olnss for consumption only on cl dior Llcen'.lnq Art nnrl the mndf thcreunrtrr with rrtpcct to w fo Inwino COMMONWFAITH HOI IDA Y INNS np fAtBFRTAl IIMITED HOIIDAY INN an i.ETHBRinsE, S' hp 1. -i. 5 fi 0 Block 0 Pl.ln No. 35? ,1 K be ed nf Rrtmnntrn, tfiU JRU, t of COMMONWPMTH p, HOLIDAY INNS LIMITED an ERNfJST B. FLETCHER (hr PRESIDENT U" 014 MEMORIAMS MELLOW In loving mem-ry of a dear husband and dad, irchie, who passed away Oclo-ler 9, 1964. The world may change from year to year And friends from day to dav. But never will the one we love From memory pass away. remembered by Lily, Merlon and Lorna. 1611 BAHAMYI In loving mem-7 of a dear husband, father id grandfather, Kalmanv, who issed away October 5, 19VO. Quietly remembered every day, Sadly missed along life's way. Just ns you were, you wili always bo Treasured and loved in our i memories -Ever rememlwred hv wife, j Rozalia nnd sons, daughters and families. KIM, plan lo kill K phants hi Wankic National fo rk near Salisbury, lihodesia, re :ause they sny nature's hal- fC ce in the game preserve is of ealcned by too many clc- LI ants. CLIMBS IBADAN. Nigeria (Renter) -wlvo more bodies were revered Friday from Ibe dehris a five-storey building which lapsed while under constnic-n Wednesday, raising the aft toll to ;