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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 58 MAU HEIP MALE -FEMALE HEIP BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES NORTHERN DJS DUES NOW AC-cepllng applications for pait rime and full time employment, Driver mechanics between BQW 73 and 32. 327-3536. ROTTED MANURE AND TlfAE WAITER OR BAR maid. Top vjages. Apply In person A exander Hotel. PLOT PLANS DONE BY ualiFled landscapa designer. Prun-g and tree removal, free estimates, hone 33S-767J. SALESMEN for Lelhbrldge area representing ma lor national ffrm manufacturing quality corn pet Illlva products for Industrie! use. AppKcanl must h a V proven sales ability end be ablo ID work aggressively under mfnlmum supervision, Position offers salary, commission, bonus. Please reply In confidence to box 7, Lethbrldge Herald 59 MALE- FEMALE HELP FULL TIME CLERK. Apply In person. Ompa Doutlque. AND f.'.OVING vallable now Oiue Spruce, pruce and Green Ash, up to U It. ill. Our specially moving end Irans-lantlng of larger trees. 317-6177, afler p.m. COUPLE WANTED TO TAKE OVER Raymond Dry Cleaners, For particulars writ? box Raymond or BUS DRIVERS WANTED McNally, Coaldale, Readymede dlst-tltt. Phone Kerb Moch, m-5705. Residence, 327-9778- LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY STEADY EMPLOYMENT TO MEN and three years or more experience In the manufacturing of recreational vehicles. Persons muit familiar wllh line eperalions, Good wages plus bonus- Apply Box 44T, PenHclon, B.C. POSITION FOR NON-SALES people. We do not for pecpV? with sales background even 1hougT> vre are a sales company offering a wcii-pata sales position. We want peopla who are Interested In serving Ihelr community Sales experience Is second. fflf; wri" BDX NURSERIES COAL-ale. Phone 345-4633. Ooen Monday nd Friday evenings until 9iOO now Evergreen and hrubs, All plants guranteed. Free silvery to Lelhbrldge. Agencies (1972) Lid. College Mallr Phone 318-3331 Residential, Commercial properties Farms and ranches. City or Town Lowest Interest rates available. Firs and second mcrrgases. C49Q4'? POUITRY AND MANAGER AND TRAINEES WANTED INCOME RANGE S400 to Jl.WQ MONTHLY CiMdlan Marketing company selling up opera lions In Lelhbridga needs per-scnnsl to till top positions. Send complete resume with pficne number to BOX ,U. TIME The City of Lelhbrldge UTILITIES requires a 1o pcrftrm perl time Clerical ROASTING HENS, SIX LD5. pan ready 34 cenls per Ib. Rooslers, elgh! Ibs. pan ready 32 cents per Ib. Young fryers and roaslers cents on dozen Ids. Free Custom killing. H. Dyck, Coatdale. Phone 34S-3234. LOANS FOR RESIDENTIAL URBAN OR RURAL PROPERTY First or Second Mortgage Funds Aval able For: Property will ba required to ww! ill days [n the morning and mus be proficient In clerical worK, cf pleai ant capable cf dealing with the public. For" further information contact Iti PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Application! vritl not be accepled Bile October 27, 1573. PETS AND MONTHS POODLE. Phone 357-7554. ATTENTION PARENTS! World 8cok Is hiring for pert or full Hme sales work. As a representative you can earn your sel o) World Chlldcratt, Dictionary, Atlas and Cyclo-Teachsr plus generous commfssions. No Irweslment. No experience necessary. For TO GIVE AWAY TO PER-marvnt homes. Phone alter p.m., 317-9268. PUREBRED VALE CHlHUA-hua pups, sever; weeks old. 223-3761, Wrentham. Debt Coosolfdation Homa Improvements Otfer: Low Rales to 20 Yeari to Repay Personalized Service In Pr vacy of Your Own Home write World Book, Corvette Cres., TWO ADULT RABBITS one brack, one white. 338-4707 between 12-2 p.m. No Realtor can guarantee you success In Rial Estate but can give you honest answers to your questions at BLOCK BROS, CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. HOSPITAL PERSONNEL and apricot. House Irained. Phone i23-8102, Approvals Do Hoi: Bonus or Fee Sell Your Mortgage Close ModgaQe lor indefinite Perl Please Call TRAINED KITTENS TO BE given away. 337-S4S4, alter 5 INDOOR, SolwJoy, SI, 1972 THE IETHBRIDCH HERAID SI REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. For persona! Interview call Frank Tlnordl al 326-1044 (days! cr LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invites applications for the follow! fi Inilructcri TO TEACH TIBETAN ADULTS Raymond, Alberta Hospilal-Claresholm which s n progressive town localed 60 miles south of Calgary on a A lane highway- Assists charge In operation of werds end assumes ward charge re- ponslblffty BS required. Eligible fof A A R.N. or P.N.A.A. regi5.1 ration; re- experience an asset. SaFary S547 to per rr.onlh, srarllng salary de- wndent upon experience. This CQJiipe- tilion will remain open unlll a suit- able candidate Is selected. Ho EnquiritJ and lions should bo directed to Mrs. J. A. McDonald, Director of Nursing, At- berla Hospital, Claresholm, Alta. GREAT DANE PUPS, REGISTERED Ears cropped, shots, tatoo-sd, ----------J CJiampicnship stock. Spring Cwlee, med 758-4M7, 674-tt Homeplon Really Limited 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES LEARN THE citing Basic education at and VauxhflH. students have limited English and inslruclcrs must tc skilled in ftie development of oral com munica! ions. PreienFaMons of jublect i emphasize conversational loiter must English. The course, beginning November t, 1972, will run daily 15 houn per week for 19 weeks. Application deadline JO, 1S72. 1 informafion and Ihe stand- For arti applTcatic contact Ihe for employ met Director of Personnel LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 327-2141, ext. 216 THE FOLLOWING ARE JOB VACANCIES AVAILABLE THROUGH YOUR CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE DRAGLUJE OPERATOR SHOP WELDER Rural CEMENT FINISHER Fully expei lenced PRESSERS Dry Cleaning HOUSEKEEPERS Live In HOSPITAL ORDERLY Register e BUS DRIVERS Part lima ARCHITECT ACCOUNTANT One year Hfj'5 _ psft lime shift work CKA Rell-l LOAN OFFICER Somt banking [jerience MANAGFR TRAINEES Grade 1 FACTORY Vauxhal! AlEAT TRAINEE FACTORY MACHINE OPFRATO TRAIfJEF FARM COUPLES AUTO MECHANICS FEEDMIXER Will Train Rurs GENERAL OFFICE CLERKS Ma BOOKKEEPER Male TANDEfA TRUCK DRIVER Ok toks For information rcgardin these and olher empioyme opportunilies contact you CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE 419 7th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta or phone 327-8535 THE LETHBRIDfeE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invites applicarion% for the following positions LAB ASSISTANT IN FOOD SERVICES DUTIES Instruct student )n food preparslicn in rrie ihorrord service area. OUAtlFICATIONi Trairlna and i SALARY Commensurate wUn Icaln- Ing and DAUAAT1AN PUPS PUREBRED registered. Ready for PI 537-5057 5U Cambridge St., Wifidl Hat. GOOD FARM H O E FOR SIX monlh old crossbred German She p. herd end KusKy. Distemper shots. UBLIC NOTICES NOTICE Vanryckcgriem, age last own 1o be living In In 19M, cl Brenda Joyce Vanryckeghem rri March 24, take notice thai Tuesday, 31 October 1972, In [he vincfal Court o! British Columbia Femily Division) Hdlden Vsncouv- 26ia Yale Street, Vancouver, B.C., Aid Soclely of Van- uver, B.C. li mafciny application for six month's Tempcrarv Guardian. ip Order wllh respect !o child, enda Joyce Vanryckeflhem. OS7 NOTICE TO CREDITOR; AND CLAIMANTS i Ihe of WON BUN WONG i1e oi the CI1y of Lethbrldge, in Ir revince of Alborla, Cook, i (he 25fh day of November, A.D m. AKE NOTICE lhal all persons hav ng clatmi upon Irw eirste of tove named must file with Ilia erslgned Kfklton by 21 si da f November, A.O, 1972, a full state it ol Ihelr and of ;ecurlfie eld fcy them, IVES, OFFET CARLETO P.O. BOX 728 324 7lh Sfrcet Soulh Lelhbridge, Alberto Sclfdtors for Feng Wong Administratrix PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE ,y wife Kale, having left my bed and card, I will no longer responsible or any debts incurred by her. Signed Evan Bohnel C'67 RE: JACK DUFFY LATE OF LETHBRIDGE Anyone having information as to the lext-cf-Kln of the above named wlio led at Ihe Devon Nursing Homo, Lcth- ridge, on August 1973, li astod o contact the urxJersigned. J. LITTIEWOOD, Deputy Public Trustee, 735 John J. Bowie n Blrig., 420 7lh Avenue CALGARY, Albtrfa. Of JkanL, TENDERS FOR HAY Tenders Invited for the supply ind delivery of approximately lit) toni if hay- NQht sross mix (approxlmafe- y Biro Alfalfa) to the Canada Agri- culture Research Station, Lethbrldge, Albcrla. Tenders will close Monday, October 30, IT72. further Information and quota- tion request fcrmi contact: C. .G. Schoening. Assistant Adminls! relive Officer, Canada Agriculture Research Stallon, Lelhbrldge, Alberta. Pt 327-4561. NOTICE TO CREDITOR AND CLAIMANTS N IKE SURROGATE COURT O SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DIS- TRICT OF LETHBRIDGE. IN THE ESTATE OF CEC1LE LEV- ESQUE lale cf Pfncher CreeK [n the Province of who died en Ihe 6th cSay of March A-D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE that All parsons hav- ing claims upon Ihe estate ol Ihe above named must Ilia with tfw urxier- iioned Solicitors ty 1he 271 h. day ct November 1972, a full stalemerU cf their claims and cl securities held by therr FOR SALE Alberta Wheat Pool, olJers Tor sale by Tender, properly and single slwey six room at IJobleford. The sale Is for cash, and Inlovmatlcn and forms fcr suNnItling a Tender may be cbtalned Irom 1he Pool Man- ager at fJc-bleford. REGISTERED GOLDEN RETRIEV- er puppies, bred from champion stock. Ideal for hunting family eacn Phone 5S3-377I, Coleman. The Traders Group of Companies 328-3347 j 75 CONTRACTS PAINTING DONE VERY and very reasonable, 327-2WA. WE SPECIALIZE IN OPEN HOUSE Free and Wil'nout Obligation ou can learn all tboul H R lock's Income tax course which eludes new lax laws, parlicipale i asking question, examine lexis, eferencES, malerial and practice roblems. ne today for your free brochure INCOME TAX OPEN HOJSE 327-3712 Days 327-8126 Evenings 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FULLY EOUIPPSD BARBER SHOP ent. Gwd 31BJ or 653-370-', atlon. Phone (53- Cerdslon. 9ViO-tf FOR SALE OR RENT POOL room and coftee Ihop at Foremost. Phsne 545-2381. 3 MUSIC TEACHERS 1ANO LESSONS MRS. BARBARA etrlaft. A.R.C.T. 3412 !Qth AVP. S hcne 328-02SI. CARL CULLER MUSIC STUDIO 3U 8th St. S. Next d-Mr to Bailey's Keyboard Hi! teach beginners, yeur.g and ol tasskal and popular mustc. I specie e in modern piano playing methoc 126-0501. EJl.tl 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST GILBERT PATERSON ARE Four monlh old, black female ca Feet, end of nose whit 338-J133. 66 PERSONAL TALL, S I K C E R E GENTLEMA with means would like- to hear fro inatrathsd ladies All reph> insv.tred, held In continence. Wn !ox 3, Herald. CHRISTIAN CAAH 55 make acqualnlance wil small Nm drlnkei Box 1, Herald. WISHES i medium and smc ALCOHOLiCS ANONYMOU Anyone with a drinKfng Phone or 333-3 afier prob' J-J6, STORE BUNDING I 5ALE ON MAIM STREET er, 24x58 ft. BQX 57, Herald. SlM-tfh SALE IN PROSPEROUS AND rowing of Brooks ompany tiutk fuel dealership and ice station. P.O. Box 1178, Breaks DECORATING ir elc. Phone 266-21 WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT work. Double J. CanslrucIIon, 32E-3S70 or 345-4430. 13AB-rf ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE HO CHftNG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 338- C1936-U CARPENTRY WORK, REMODEL. Ing, repairing, elc. To'wn or country. E and L Conduction. Phone or 328-3137. CJ505-tf ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING try. Phone 3IB-7071. 3727-t; C AND J EQUIPMENT COMPAC Hon and concrele equipment, Bobca loaders, Phone 32E-47A5. 14H 3ntJ Ave. S. CXBW-I ABER GROCERY STORE FOR SALE main street. Buildings, stock end xtvres. Building may b- bought or tnled. Reason for selling health, Box: 355, Taber. 497-26 FOR RENT eaury Salon at 515 I31h St. H. Irv udes tour chairs and four dryers. 75 per monlh including al! equipment nd utilities, Phona FRED STE11JER CEMENT WORK old basemcnls dug, water prooilng sured, free estimates. Phone 327- C 3661-I WE RE.VrODEL RUNVPUS ROOMS batrwooms, kitchens, cabinet and fii Ishlng, linoleum and llle. Lou Scrvamp proprietor, 338-21 W. 170-9 179- ARGE GARAGE BUILDING AND arage equipment for sale. Excellent icalloo on Bellevue main street. "erms can b" arranged. Available lor j'jslness November 1st. Apply Mrs. Paul Llnderman. Phone ARGE AUTOfAOBILE AND FARM lachlnery agency for sale. Good op- portunity. Owner retiring. Three top agencies and large premises In good ilh centre! Aieerla community. An- si lurnover million. Write Box 61, Herald. GARAGH BUILDING, C E M E N work and sluccolng. Anderson a n Sorenson 10IQ 7lh Av 5. Phone 327-MS2. C7377- ALl- REPAIRS CARPENTRV roofing specializing In chimneys, brie cemcnf clccki, cemenf finishing, s1u calng, fireplaces, hcose rafslng. 3! C2WMI PATERSON AND HUZIL 4QJ Magrath Drive Lethbrldge, Alberta I Solicitors fcr the Executor 048 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In mailer of Ihe Estate of 1NNIFRED HANSEN. late ol the owr. tf carditoo In the Province of berla, widow, who died en or abDLt e 15th day cf Seolcmber A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE lhat all persons hsv- g claims upon Ihe estate ol Ihe above lamed must file wMh the undersigned dlcitcrs by the IBlri day o1 Novem- >er A.D. 1972 a full statement of Ihelr aims and cf securities held by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY AND BAINES Barristers and Sollcilsrs 3W Canada Trust Building LrlhbrldQe. Alberta Solicitors for Ihe executrices Haiel LaJune Smith and Emily Mario Workman Oil Tenders will be eccepled er 2Blh, 197! and these should be for- warded to: Tin! Treasurer AltflrJa Wheat Pool BOX ?700 Coloary, The highest, wr any bid, no) necnssr- My accepted. DEATHS GRAHAM Jolm William Robert at Ottawa, Ont. on Thursday, October 5, 1972, aged 57 years, beloved husband of Edna Fowler; dear father of John; son of William and El- eanor Graham of Coaldale, Alta.; brother of Allan Graham oi Coaldale. Born in Hillcrest, Alberta 1915, received schooling in Coaldale. Attended U. of A., graduating in Agriculture. Mar- ried in 1941 to Edna Fowler of Acme, Alta. Served in the Hoy' al Canadian Navy until cn OF THE FIFTH MERI- DIAN IH THE PROVINCE OF AL- BERTA, ON PLAN MAPLE LEAF 6632 Y. EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MFNE5 AND MINERALS. SECONDLY: PARCEL "A" IN THE SOUTH WEST QUARTER OF SEC- TION TWENTY ONE (21) IN TOWN- SHIP SEVEN (7) RANGE THREE y three sons, Marvin and )uane, both of Salt Lake City, Utah and Gerald (Gary) of )rapcr, Utah: llirce daugliters, ilrs. Max (Duenna) Palmer, Los Angeles, Calil., Mrs. John (Genevieve) Prete of Calgary and Mrs. Richard (Theola) Mc- Cloud of Great Falls, Mont.; 34 grandchildren, 27 great- grandchildren; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Butlei- of Glenwood; five brohters, Asael of Hillspring, Clive and Hulon, both of Cardston, Keat of Claresholm and Melvin, Ed- monton and two sisters, Mrs. Vern (.Tean) Archibald of Glen- wood and Mrs. Scott (Gladys) Forsyth, Moses Lake, Wash. Services at the Alberta Stake Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints al Cardston on Tuesday at p.m.. Bishop Bryce Cahoon of Hie Cardslon First Ward offici aling. Interment, Cardston Ce- metery. The Garden Chape (THE FOSTER FUNERAI MO 16th Ave. N.W Calgary, Directors. FUNERALS COX Funeral service for George Cox, bom April 10th, 1892; died Oct. 15, 1972; was held in St. John's Anglican Church, Pincher Creek, Wed- nesday, Oct. 18, 1972, at p.m., Rev. R. R. Griffiths offi- ciating. Interment in Fairview Cemetery. Honorary pallbear- ers were Fred lligglnbotham, Bo Holroyd, Clifford Lang, Hen- ry iSchultz, George Lyncn- Staunton, Louis Sorge and Allan Williams. Pallbearers were James Cox, Robert Cox, Ed- ward Lunn, Frank Lynch- Staunton, David Williams and Douglas Williams. Funeral ar- rangements were by Eden's Fu- neral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek. CARDS OF THANKS' LOVVEN We wish to con- vey our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all our friends, neighbors and rela- ives for all their kindnesses, lowers and cards of sympathy extended to us during the re- cent passing of our loved Mr. Jacob J. Special hanks to Mrs. Abe NikMe. Lowen and family 545-211) PUBLIC NOTICE c.it.-Rv'c EN Dance Weddinqi, clubs, Phone 323- 53. SINCERE, j rnet-f lady for mpansiansMp and outings, town or jnlry All replies answered. Phcr.e mter pfease. Writs Box 17, Herald. LONELY GENT OVER DESIRES 1o meet lady lor companionship. Reply -cnfidenc- la Box 1-1, Herald. 631-73 SCHWARTZ AGENCIES (1972) LTD. PHONE 328-3331 "LEsI wl'h Ihe Leader" TOWN OF TABER Men's sJock In new bunding with oil Building can be lea'ert. cor.lflrt Roy Cleland 327- 6335. Excluiive. GOVERNMENT OWNED SURPLUS EQUIPMENT FOR SALE BY TENDER TRUCKS AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT SALE NO. 1000-72 ir.dors be received at Ihe oWce AIMrta_ Ofportunlly Building, p.m. TEENS Are you living a problem drlrtker In your home? There un.derilar.d- Irif) and help Icr y o u. Phc-r.e Jean 357 8WD, Marilyn Jor.e 3J7- 7086._________MM-im EMERY'S EUTERTAIHMENT SFR- vke DANCE GROUPS. AVAILABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS WEDDIUGS. ETC BOOK FOR YOUR REQUIREMENTS. COMPLETE HOROSCOPE-: The future h cur Are you fating dilfkuH prGfc 15 rn s _ r hoaiSn? Worey or pb Irautlei Lost ot love or family troubles? and good In life cai bo yours. For [nformallon phone jsr wtll be received tp to :00 p.m., M.D.T-, October U, 1573, t OH ice, Pfncher Crefk, 'The Irvcludei approximately iq. yds- of AsphsUfc Hct Mix urface Copies of th- Drawings and Spe- Iflcatrons may be obtained frcm the office cf the Consulting Engineers, upon a deposit of Twenty-Five (S2S.OO) Dol- ars by chequft made to Ihe Engineers. Deposits will ba returned, jrovlded Of and Specifications ire returned to Engleeers In gwd :onrfitlon, rsrrlers must be accompanieJ by e Cerlified Crequa or Bid Bond In !he amount of Ten (10) Percent of the Tender Prfce, payable to t Town Df Pincher Creek. Tender! also required to supply a Consent ot Surely In an amount equal to FHry '50> Percent ct the Contratt Sum. The Owner reserves the right lo afve nformaltlles In or reject any tr Tervders, or to accept" the TentTsi 'amed moil favourable In IrJer esli ol Owrvfr. Mr. T- Lycn Secretary-Treasurer Town of Pincher Creek Pincher Creeh, Alberta Underwood McLellan and Aiso- clatss LlmTted Mayor Drive, P.O. BOY iwo Alberta JL8 and Underwood WcLellan ar.d Asso- ciates Limited Kenilnglon Road N.W. Colcary, Alberta T2N 353 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA DEPT. OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by tne undersigned -JP to --ursday, November 3, 1973, istjycTIon of following 'rore'ct S. c( Stony Indtan Re- serve lo Kananaskis Ranger Station Mile 3.tS to Wi'e 5-1-55 Grading and Olhtr _WorK Approximate Qualities Cubic Yards Excavation 12.XO Cubic Yards of Gravel 35 COO Cubic Yard Miles of Haul Contract and Specificstrons obtained jT'the cfflce'of'the Chief'Ccn slructton Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Alta., the office of the DiS- kict Engineer, 1707 Slxlh Street K.W., Calgary, AIMrta, and the ofttce of the Vasil. District Engineer, Administration Build- ino, Alberta, and availaye only lo individuals registered and operallng in the Province cf Al- berta, w to partnerships or corpora- tions reglltereJ and operating In ar.d i There are no words hat can express our gratitude and appreciation to oiir many Yiends and neighbors who were so kind to us in the loss of my wife Barbara. Thanks lo every- one who sent flowers and cards and to the C.W.L. who lunch after the services and to :hose who sent food and who helped in any way. Thanks to Father James Lynn for t he wonderful service and to- Fath- er D. 0. Dwyer. Laurence Ell and family. 710 are deeply grateful lo our relatives, neighbors, and many friends for the kindness and sympathy shown in our bereavement rela- tive to the death of my dear loving wife and our dear moth- er, Mrs. Nellie Waselenak. We especially wish to thank Rev, R. Zuback for his comforting and consoling ministry, the pall- bearers, members of the Scan- dinavian Lodge who served din- ner, Mr. Max Salmon and his collea gues of the Christensen Salmon Funeral Home and all those who sent the beautiful floral (r ibut es, Ma ss cards, sympathy cards, and provided food for the family homes and who helped us in any way, shape or form in our recent bereavement, All of the appre- ciation and tangible expressions of sympathy havo been very much appreciated and helped lighten our burden of sorrow. William Wasclenak and Minnie, Mr. and Mrs. George 7U have paystle to the Provincial Treasurer, will be required for each copy of Contract and taken. Pro- files will te supplied at no cos! to DrosocclivB bidden. Each bid must be accompanied by e marked cheque or bsnd equa, to 10T4 of Tender Tenders will be In pubMc. Tht lowest or ar.y Tender ncT necessary accepted. V E. McCune. Oep-ly Minister of Highways and Trfl-wport. w; IN MEMORIAM In loving mem- cf ory of a dear husband, father, grandfather and great-grand- father, Theodor Koenig, who passed away October 21, 1970. Deep in our hearts you wilJ always stay, Loved and remembered every day remembered by wife Bror.cswa and family 717 ;