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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LHHBR1DGE HERALD 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS fOR SALE OR RENT TFf KN FT. SCAMPER J conjllion. S1SW. rhcf IT COSTS NO HAVE THH S PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES ITO. anrt SAVE Vtt'i OP DOLLARS AT 7RAVELCRAFT SALES AND RENTALS LTD. EU 3rd Ave. i- 327-4041 Tucidciy, October 17, 197? 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED TftDLL SAW OR RADIAL or one ton IrutX; camper. 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED '.'.'ILL BABYSI f "I MY NORTH SIDE rioi'ie, days- J13-V516. -I WILL BABYSIT TWO PREf-SCMOOL children in my south side Jior 475-13 54 LICENCED KINDERGARTEN CLARK EARLY CHILDHOOD liDU- nlicn Cenlro (formerly Nurv rry) Throe, four and five yflnr okli Ha. Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS DEATHS 54A LICENCED NURSERIES li 1571 Skippor rcnlal frailer nr smwrs ar.: going at great "ving Mri'D" from emhl ft, c.itnpi a "tiller. unirs ail rimac-lar-' and ready f' -ir'ory Siwe ISO's, ol Dollars on r'r...... year -VFN TO STACK STRAW DAY CARE CENTRE enire i 56 FARM HEIP WANTED BALES !l .75 [Mr hO'.T. 43A MOBILE HOMES FT HOUSE in cpcd 71 1 LICENSED WELDER REQUIRED medially. Apply Varzarl Ircrv, ?3CB Ave. N. C3073-H BUILDING CONSTRUCTION WORKERS DEATH COUPLE home, rear lures, Hers1 SINGLE dasry a-" FOR VsODLRN FAK.V, >ar cily. musl tie psrl-tiir.5 work irnsaling pas- ,VARR1ED MAM FOR farm work. R.H. MANAGEMENT TRAINEE FOR RETAIL MERCHANDIZING CA- REER, RFQUIRED BY CANADA'S FASTEST GROWING DEPARTMENT STORE7. EXCELLENT FUTURE. GRADE 1? EDUCATION REQUIRED. APPLY IN PERSON WOOLCO DEPARTMENT STORES COLLEGE MALI SHOPPING CENTRE "You're going to get to work late and miss your coffee break, dear." 66 PERSONAL EMERY'S BOOKING ie Asiro Realty, ncrln, Canadian Dressed Mfs Jj9-ti ANTED 317-05W- Ci919-23 WELDERS Millwrights Mechanics I EXPERIENCED WAITRESS aJT-JU-S, I Anclv in tors-.n to Alexandra Rosl aurer.r, j23 St. S. CJ7I? I it fci Win USED SPECIALS R E; c u i R EH o rrc day horns. Ph FOR w-fcfciy. ;ne after TED RE lioh! duties and lo Irok e'tT th-e? children, north side home, day to Friday, 9 a.m-i pm 373- Your Mobile Home Discount Centre LOOK MOBILE HOMES _ Blairmore 562-2363 j PART TIMS HELP REQUIRED FOR Coalhurst 327-3744 j IS Karl Wilde 328-7462 cmt-ii mining WINTER? Icf it calch. YOU '.vilhout your rK'w mobile from UNITED FALL CLEARANCE SPECIALS continue all io sleek and ordared. crj. i? x O ft. three fully furniLhetl utility services, revere only (2 ONLY) Financing arranged with love down pay- ments and UD 1o 10 years, tome United and gil ready for UNITED MOBILE HOMES Div: United Motors Co. Lid. 3rd Ava. and Scenic Drivs ph: 327-Co22 cr 327-17EO TELETYPE OPFRATOR IS REQUIR pd by Albf-rta Government Telephones commercial department in Lelribridge. ShsulJ typo li words per minute ac- curately. Ple'ese in person to the Ql Ranc ho M.ofcf Hot si, Gclosvr 13, alter 1 p.m. 174-17 I welders, salary S-l.51 wr hour, increasing to 35.29 per hour il the present rates adar one year's -------------r service and successful compleliwi al APPLY] 3. trade examinaticn (in Aho rant, oil required, journeymen millwrights; i S5.29 per Vicur. Preference will be given '.'itri mamtenar.ee welding nr inical backgrounds. Great Canadian Oil Sar.ds is lion complex engaged i _ if crude oil from Ihe Alh sands. Trie Company offers benefits, rnctfei ar.ee lo the successful agpllcanis Intrresred applicants with 1he aba' qualificaticns please reply with, tfe tailed resume To: Recruirrrient Ccordinalor GREAT CANADIAN OIL SANDS LTD. (SO FORT McMURRAY, Alterla GET HOT! LOOKING FOR PEOPLE V.'HO ivant cxlra mor.sy, who vjart s spare business ct their c'.vn that jpset family Fir.d out how lo qualify as an Avon Representative, 7iW cr v.rite Mrs, AV Scotf, Ciasr-19 Call tSU ?3rd Ave. CHRISTMAS HELP running co-.vn to UWITc D Ar.d take atJvantasa of tf-.e ur.believ- abl? and selections at CLEARANCE 1572. SUPER SPECIALS 12 X60 hedreom, (urnliKtd v.'ith rcver'e isle, services far and cJryfr. Brand NE'.V. UX66 three bc-droom fyrnl sh- vices fcr wash'r and dryer- all lo vrall runs. Brer.d cr.ly MAKE EASY asy to sell seeks fcr jv entire family, briefs cr bikini pen- Free instructions and cclct atal'-iu" V.'rite tcday: Res I en Ltd., lOBI Vlcb-crt Street, Mcn1 H-rlh, 419, D-57 Quetec. 59 MALE- FEMALE HELP WANTED SERVICE groups fcr all occasions. Wtd- clubs, etc. Phone 32E-28i7. "HR1S71AH 55 WISHES TO la'ce acquaintance with medium to mall lady. Nrn drinker and smoXer. frite Box 1, Herald. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Phone 327-B aller SERVICES AND REPAIRS 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AGENCY FOR SALE For I have bee operating 4 U year Ihriving General Insurance Agency a sma'lt town near Calgary. urn ready to retire. The business a commission income of mlscellanecus income, includi Is fully equipped office on mam street adjoining one bedroom apart- LIVINGSTONE P esscd away In Ore city on Sunday, October 15, 1D72, following a brief Illness, Mrs. Elsie Ann Livingstone at the age of 08 years, of the Green Acres Lodge, beloved husband of late Mr. John Calderhced Liv- ingstone. Born in Pennsylvania, (he late Mrs. Livingstone came to Lcthhridge near the turn of Ihc ccnUtry and has resided here ever since. She was a Past Matron of the Maple LeaE Chapter, O.E.S., a member of (he Past Matrons' Association, Maple Leaf Chapter O.E.S., a memlMsr of the Ladies Auxilia- TIFFIN Richard (Dick) aged 71 years, of Colcman, pass- ed away in the Ocwsnest Pass General Hospital on Monday, October 16, Iff72. Services will X) announced when funeral ar- rangements arc completed. Cre-. J _, nialion will follow, FANTJN JV to the Shnnc, the CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. and the U.C.W. Besides C4932 (rented) v.ilh Ashing price qualify as Salesman Real Fstflte business nice back yard. option to associalad eventually REPLY TO BOX US, HERALD DRVWALL1NG, TAPING, SPRAYING ceilings, repair Phcne KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE KIRBY COMPANY OF LtlTH- SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL ter corpcrate seals, rs, elc. Same-day 1733 2nJ Ave, 5. Pntne 32B-51I4. MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE. SE vices ori alt ma ken cf hcrs a dryers, automatic cr conventional. Alsa sir si I dppliancei, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum etc. No job tco large or 1oo small. LETHBRIDGt APPLIANCE, 955 3rd Ave, 377--1456. C7353-II 74 IOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY Schwartz Agencies (1972) ltd. College Mall, Phone 328-3331 Idential, Commercial properties, ins and ranches. City or Tcvm :csl interest rates available. Firsl second morlgages. 70 GARDENING PART TIME" i aid. Top wages. Apply HofeV R BAR SCHCWL BLJ5 DRIVERS WANTED McNally, CoaldaTe, dist- TOP SOIL AND FOR! sale. Reasonably priced. 194-17 j OP SOIL MANURE. REASON- Ie. Reasonably priced. 19J-tl ELL ROTTED rY.AMURE AND TOP- iil. Phcre L.ethbridge, ScLEAN'5 TREE SURGERY FREE lales. Pruning, trimming and Idli- ng. Call 3I3-205J, 7030-tl WANTED --SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS. oo3 Consolidated School District No. iry.Treasurer, P.O. Box 154, Barens. C-1315-17 SUPERVISORS, MANAGERS, B n rt [iet.pl? urqe needed by ne1' ited company I view phcne L. 505-18 RETIRED COUPLE CAP- able cf managing and lookir.g atter cne of 24 suite apartment. Must have snn-.e expcrierce In renling and rent. Apply Box UO, Her- ald. C44U-17 THE ed. EUREKA SOCIAL ve Social Se and mature Jaiiy BONUS UnIK purchased this fr.onlh free rent et park cf y tr.ds Oct. 71, 197? Walch for rrcr? dataili and savings, UNITED MOBILE HOMES Div: United fAolors Co. L'd. Corrsr 3-rd Ave. and Scsnic Drive i rr.ar.c: 377-0622 cr Z'tl-WW 5unJdys 1-5 p.m. C.'.E-53-ti 44 AGRICULTURAJTWANTED BARONS dnd P ire a resp li-.- elderly. (This is MOT a cleaning Excellent benelits and mileage allow- ance. Submit applicaiicns to; Director cf Preventive Social Services Box 11, Coaldale, Alterla TOK OLD, n Reel i-state but ci yoij _SUCCGSS BLOCK BROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BSO5- NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. Fcr personal call TlnortJl aJ 32S-IC-U (days! cr 53 MALS HELP WANTED BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST PRODUCTS LTD, MacKenzie Division J A N1 TO R FO K L V E N k N G SV11 F T IN lecal hospital. Age M-iO. 327- AM. iSO-17 MAITSE D'HOTFL. Please contact Vogt, Holiday Inn, 338-1111, CJS79-17 Offe rs TREES AND MOVING Available Blue Spruce, While :e and Green Ash, up lo 15 It. all. Our specialty moving and trans- Ung of larger trees. 4 p.m. 8847-13N 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES HEAVY ROASTING HE.NS, SIX LBS ready -14 cents per Ib. Reciters tight Its. pan ready 37 eenls pe t> Ycung fryrrs and roaslers cents on doien lots. Custom killing. H- Coalrfale PJione C-sasa-t H AND R BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE :riousands are earning good rnor.av n the growing field of professional tax service, H and R Block will teach 'QL> lo prepare income tax returns n a eigrit sveeK luiliori tonvenienlly sched- UlKl per rse covers Irie ncv; Income lax laws, triecry, and application as practiced in H and R BLotk offices froiTi coast lo canst. Enroiinent is No previous trai- nee 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES SEALPOINT SIAMESE KITT E N S, Phone 212-" SIAMESE KI7TFNS Phone 327-I2K ClASSES START MONDAY, OCTOBER 23 Call Now Roy Aldous 327-3712 days 327-8126 evenings H R BLOCK CO. 815 Third Avenue 5. Passed away in Milk River on Monday, Oc- tober 16, 1972. following a brief illness, Mrs. Catherine Annie Mueller at the age of 93 years f Milk TUvor, beloved wife of he late Mr. John Joseph Muel- er. Born in Plum City, Wiscon- sin, the late Mrs. Mueller moved to North Dakota in 1902 and iti February 1910 she moved to the Milk River Dis- .rict, where she has resided un- :il her passing. She is survived :jy three sons, Arthur of Taber, Henry cf Foremost, Fred of Milk River; Oiree daughters, Mrs. F. fMan.0 Hacke. of New Richmond. Wisconsin, Mrs. A. Wallewein of Sunburst, Montana. Mrs. T. (Clara) Meech of Hamilton, Montana, 14 grandchildren; 27 great-grand- children -and one great-great- grandchild. Besides her loving husband she was predeceased by one son, Rcss Maxwell, Au- gust 1, 1972 and by two daugh- ters, Katie arid Cecelia. Prayers be said Wednesdav -at ixm. in St. Peter's Cath- olic Church Milk River. Requi- em Mass will be celebrated on Thursday at a.m. in St. Catbolic Church Aller- ston, with Rev. Father J. A. O'Reillv celebrant. Interment will follow in the Aversion Cem- etery. MARTIN BROS, LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4935 FORSYTH John J., passed away in Cardston on Monday, October 16, 1972, at (he age of 90 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Jennie Forsyth of Card- ston Other su "vivors include four sons, D. R. and Charles of Spokane, Woodrow of Calgary and Lavar of Red Deer; live daughters, Mrs. Elmer (Ava) Jensen of Barnwell, M r s. Travers (Eelle) Smith of Card- ston, a y n e (Mavr) Draper of Hillspring, Rhea of Raymond and Mrs. Glen (Don- na) Purnel of Edmonton; grandchildren and 39 great- grandchildren. He was prede- ceased by one son, Donald in 1963. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. CHRTSTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Services, C1933 her loving husband she was predeceased by one son, John A. Livingstone Q.C. and one daughter, Mrs. Agnes Jane (DoO Jones. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Southminster Unit- ed Chu re h, wit h Rev. Dr. R. K. Elliott officiating, as- sisted by Rev. A. T. King. In- terment will follow in the fam- ily plot Mountain View Cem- etery. In lieu of flowers, those who wish may donate to the Dorothy Goodcr School for Re- tarded Children, Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C4936 JENNINGS Passed away in the Sarcee Auxiliary al, Calgary, October "l6, 1972, Mrs. LettUia L. Jennings at the age of 90 years. Born in Glous- 75 CONTRACTS PAINTING DONE VERY NEAT and very reasonable. n E AS L E Y Passed a way suddenly at the residence on Monday, October 1C, 1972, Mrs. Anna Mae Beasley of 422 12th St. A S. at the age of 83 years, j beloved wife of the late Mr. Al- M. Beasley. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced vhen completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. ter, England and lived in Fore- most, Alberta from Ifllfi to 1940 when she moved fo Caiman Predeceased by her husband, Horace J. Jennings in 1937, she was also predeceased by two .sons, William in 1914 and Jack in 1969 and a daughter, Mrs Josephine P. Medhurst in 1971 She is survived by two sons Reginald F. Jennings, of Cal garyf Ralph Jennings of Alder syde, Alberta and two riaugh ters, Mrs. Frances Woife o Aldersyde, Mrs. Florence Rob- ertson of Penlicton, B.C., 1 grandchildren, 26 great-grant children; two sisters and or. brother in England. The service will be held in Calgar} on Thursday at a.m. i McTnncs and Holloway Funera Chapel. A graveside service will be ijcld in Mountain View Cem- etery, Lethbridge on Thurs- day at 3 p.m. Mclnnes and Holloway and MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Scnicc. C1937 CARDS OF THANKS TYSSEN I give thanks la my friends and relatives -ho cor'ributed to the success f Brian and Carol Tyssen's vedding sliower. V. Tyssen. 329 TYSSEN I give thanks to lie doctors, nurses, L.D.S. Church, friends and relatives helped and contributed much to the recovery of my son, Brian Tyssen. loving mother, Verda, and family. 323 IN MEMORIAMS MOODIE In loving mem- ory of our dear Mother, Helen, who passed away October 17, 1971, our dear father who pass- ed away July 3, 19G5. Gone but not forgotten. remembered by Isabella and family Andrew and family, 508 REGISTERED WMNIATURF SILVER Poodle, lemaifr, SV'j yean old- Phone 329-548K WE SPECIALIZE IN DECORATING pui rooms, houses, efc. or 327-5010. 346-21 PUREBRED SHORTHMR POINTER. year old female. Ideal hunting doq. Phone 3I7-S734. PURESRED PEKINESE PUPS. SM each. Regislerctf. Mrs. C. Lundl, Stir- ling, 75ii-3JC.S. BODY C MANIC V.'A N T F D OR A P- Ac ply Btdy Slios man r at United Motors, WANTED GOOD BALED DRY STRAW delivered to For! Maclecd. Hlisr.c 211-! j hour vs. 45 AUTOS WANTED JOURNEYMAN-MACHINIST sort's Haad OfJice, CJ.20M7 WILL TRAOt 1965 AMBASSADOR V-3 Automatic condition) Fcr station wagon cf equal value. Pr.or.i CASH PAID cars ar.d NORTHERN BUS LltiES I cepting for p Full lime v-n cloy merit. :r will too JO'iVN A: COUtfTRY Phone 323-3654 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED _. CUSTOV, V1I.I.I r I" r> f o ci rv P'-CVE VJ AM TED o o I 1 I o n. F> fir fai! ring '.dlsiy. V.'rite 134 Hjt. A1L-.rfj. I i TT P Ri Permanent employment In Us mod- ern wood prcducrs opera lion. British Columbia Forest Prcriutfs Ltd, has continuous product! en lenar.ce openings [elsclriclans, milf- iprinXler STARTING RATE per Mackenzie is heated 120 'miles north cf Prince George- in rht Centra! inter- of British Columbia. It is a profei- epen'Jent municipal yovfirnnnent and a current population cf Good educational, and facilities are established and f-.rz boing expanfiad to rns-el of an industrious Company representatives VJill t37-50J7 554 Cambridge 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SALE OF and colfei 5JS-1M2. RENT snap at WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT k Dcutle J. Conitr'ucfion. 326-3370 ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- NG PHONE JONES ROOFING, 313- J745. C1MS-H CARPENTRY WORK, 1nq, repairing, cr counlry. and L Consfrucfion, Phoni ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, :abineli, balh- try- Phcns C AfID J COMP ficn anJ cancj-ele equipment, BoS loaders, hsaferi. Phone 373-1765. 1410 2nd Ave S C-J330-U Cox of Pincher Creek. Born and raised in PJnclier PUBLIC NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS OF CANADA NOTICE OF CHANGE OF TENDER DUE DATE Notice Is hereby Q' lor the reception cf Co rvditic.nl r.a, Cusloi tion Building's, fcr Aii and Irnriilgra Alberta, rtls, FULLY EQUIPPED BARBER SHOP for renl. location. Phone 6.53- 31B2 or Cardsfon. FOR SALE IN PROSPEROUS AtJO fast growing 1own of tirooki majcr oil bulk fuel ttealcrshlp and STvir" tlalicn. P.O. 1173, Brcnks TOJ OJO. 3JI'3S FRED STEIINER CEWEHT VJORK, niH dug. waler proofing, 1n- Kl, free estimates. Phone C3M1-lf October 30, 1972, HAS BEEN EXTEND- ED TO A.M. (MOST) OCTOBER 27, 1772. !an M- TFKimas, Chief, Financial arvd Adminislralive Services Edrnonlco, AlMJ'll 13, 1972. O41 RE'AODEL RUMPUS ROOMS, halnrcwms. kifedervj, cabinels and [in- linoleum and lile. Leu Srhamp, proprleTar, 3J3-2130. 17M? GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work ond sluccoinq. Anrfcrson and Sorenscn Ccrnfruf.licn, 1010 7lri S. Phone FftlCE COrJSTRUCTIOM ATJD PAIK AllEOUS BUIl.DltJG, CFMFNT '.VORK. ALL TVPKS HAUU- IfJG. PHOWE 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES WANTED CHI HA SEMI-ROUND, flit Prv.r.e 4iJ-i3 l PART-TIM.E (l.oadin-j j INCO.'.'E RA'IGE i.-i Lclhr.ridfje Ms sevcra] parf tirns I in and perE.or.ncl r.en- j Full drop any training gram. Call Gord at 3J6-11H, A.m. lo 6 p.m. 1 CAPL CULLCR MUSIC STUDIO fo Keyixjard lasilcal and music. I speciat- :e In moderrt piarvo pfaying methixis. WlHf SCRAP STEEL CAST IRON COPPFR Radial-jr> VAR7A3I IRON LTD, rARD, Av; H Energetic seif-starler ed to manage our lefhbridge operofion. Must ho fully RX- pericnccd in the building sup- ply fiold, ciblrj to coll on ccn- 1 ractrirs and commercial ac- counts in the Lethbridge area. i A permanent position li of- i r L roroa wMh salary, bonus, car 65 LOST AND FOUND FRO.V, HOME LAO SCRAP IRON Copper Brass Radiatort BaKerles paying more. MATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. l YA 'titti 51. d. J and expenses. Please reply in confidence to J. Short, Northern Eau Claire Lumber and Build- ,ing Supplies 230 iAvo. 5. E., Calgary, Alberta. T2G 1Y4. 66 PERSONAL Vi'OtJLD THF UNIQUE FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY RST t E AVA IV A El L FT. BT RT hi OR IGlltAL UU-YAftlNE SHOPS- K IO THEM FRO'A CHES TO SIX IN- All P UIVEHTORY. DEtL PARTY rATFRIMG BUSI- TJE5S AfJD TAKE-OUT OP- b RATION NO TR1FLERS PL EAT) E- PLY IN CON FIDE tfCt; TO BERT THT P 0. DO'X STATION D, CALGARY, SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 Li st the L ea d c r" Multiple lisling Service Meat Business Tfll going torctrn In voufhem At Compare with >i PAP-TV HAVING AN tsrtfd around Auiui! F tl C E S, CJJ.il PATIO! TENDERS FOR GENERAL CONTRACT FOR PARKING LOT GRADING CONTINENTAL INNS LTD. MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA lenderi _______ Grading, 27, 1973. may obtained ved up lo 1 landard Tinse, COX Passed away aL his residence on Sunc'-iy, October 15, 1972, George Cox, aged 80 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Tory Born Creek, he enlisted in 1915 in the 13th Canadian Mounted Rifles and served overseas for tlie duration of the war. He was a veteran of Vimy Ridge and a life member of tlie Royal Can- acV.an Legion, Pincher Creek branch. He was also a menv of (lie Western Cattlemen's Association. In 1924, he mar ried Tory Lynch-Staunton it Pincher Creek and they ranch- ed and farmed two miles west of Pincher Creek until his death. Besides his wife he is survived by one son John ol Calgary; two daughters, Mrs. P. (Dorothy) Bernard of Pointe Claire, Quebec and Mrs. (Mary) Williams of Pincher Creek; 15 grandchildren; one brother Edgar Cox of Calgary; eight sisters, Mrs, Marjorie Limn Miss Millicent Cox of Pincher Creek, Mrs. Dorothea Burnett, of Blairmorc, Mrs. Vera Eddy if Burmis, Mrs. Florence Roberts of Marysvillc, B.C., Mrs. Kva of Mon- treal, Mrs. Mabel Syhes and Mrs. Nnrmn Uoodwin of Crd- gary. by one hi-othcr Thojnas in The CHRISTIANSEN In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Ronald, who passed away suddenly October 1C, 19G9. More and more each day we miss him, Friends may think the wound is healed, But they little know the sor- row, Lying in our hearts concealed. loved and sadly missed In- his mother, Stewart and Cheri, Gary and Anne, Mel- va and Ken. 452 Hard-tip army officer fired for Lraffickiug SAIGON (AP) A South Vietnamese colonel was lired today for trafficking in opium. Friends said his army pay was 530 a month, and that wasn't enough to support his wife and 12 children. Col. Nguyen Thanh Yen was censured, ordered into retire- ment and given three montJia leave with pay. Friends said Yen was paid for each shipment he brought from Da Nang to Sai- gon. Deaths yesterday By TIIF, CANADIAN PRESS Suelieman, IW, the (ildesl man on the Arab Gaza vSlrip, living survived four British-Turkish l-'irst War fighting and three Israeli-Arab conflicts, in a traffic accident. llnniil Dawson, nil and wm funeral strriec will hfld in llaniilton-Donftld Ilawson 'avafiaiiifl "10 cwitfacrws, on Anglican C'hurch on j M, veteran broadens tor am Wetlriosdav al p.m., Huv. general manager of Transworl laftr PLEASt READ YOUR AD arl- rll'Ti anrJ PFPORf ERRORS fcr r.fxl ir.scrlfcn, The ___._ __ ii cnly 1he necessarily tx accepted. Inecrlicn. shall lenders, Tender tier, day? nflw cluing olherv-'iie Hie depc-ill Each ferifler musl b Tender. Codified fo to rmtfe payable )o ConVni Terxle.cf te re jdren's rjuirej lo provid-s a Certified Cheque SliratlCC. for 10% tl cr H Bond. lowest or any Terser will R. K. In- terment in Fairview Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in Eden's Funeral Homo on Tuesday at p.m. Charles Tupper, seventh prime Frienrls who wish may donate minister of Canada, and one- lo the Albert a Crippl'ei! Chil- time dean of the Vancouver Ames' la- Law School. Funeral arrangements j Suderman, M by Eden's KUNKRAL nil-star defensive end with LTD., Pincher Creek. Kdmonton Eskimos, of a brain GtttH I hemmorrhage. Itf 1'i-oductiojf.s Ltd. of Toronto, after a lengthy illness, Rup- per, Q.C. 7fJ, a grandson of Sir FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE OVERLOOKING THE PLANET Part 1 OUR PtANET PR.OM MAV BH PwMO TO DftTE TROM 19 THE- FIRST %EA ;