Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, StpttmUr 16, 1972 THI LtTHMIDOI HMLft 27 52 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES H AND R BtOCK INCOME TAX COURSE Thousand! ere taming money In the growing Held of professional Income lax service. Now H and R Block will teach you lo prepare Income lax returns In a special 12 week lultlon course. Classes convenlenlly to accommodate working students housewives. Course covers 1he new Irvcoma tax laws, theory, and ap- plication es practiced In H and R Block offices from coast to coast. Enrolment Is open to all ages. Mo previous training or expcrlenca required. CLASSES START WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 Call Now Roy Aldous 327-3712 days 327-8126 evenings H R BLOCK CO. 815 Third Avenue S, REGISTERED BRITTANY SPANIEL njpples. PhoriB O. A. Addy, 233-8363, "ater. FULL GROWN PUREBRED CH1HUA- >uas. Reasonably priced. Phone 323- 3423. 9092-1B 64 SEWING SERVICES DO SEWING IN MY HOMH. WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTH- ING. PHONE 320-8372. X3145-21 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET CLIP- ping Service. For appointment, phone 52B-37W. W3-" GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, CHAM- plon btocdllnej. Phone 327-98M or 327- 6300. FOR SALE AT LOW PRICE, WHiLE :ney iasr Chihuahua, Pekingese, Beagles, Dachshund puppies. Miniature Poodle, Toy Poodles. Phone or 4K-6JM, Margaret M. Han- Box 516, Vulcan, Alberta. 9075-15 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY SCHWARTZ AGENCIES 11972) LIMITED College Mall. Phone 354-3331 The wildest facility available. We con- sldtr ALL TYPES of mortgage loans. 75 CONTRACTS WE SPECIALIZE IN CEMENT WORK, driveways, and Call after 5 p.m. 327-5010. ?005-18 REGISTERED BLACK LABRADOR females. 12 old. Pelican Lake Peggy breeding. Excellent pedrlgrees. Phone 242-6261, Calgary afler 5 p.m. 8781-16 FOR SALE REGISTERED BLACK Lab Male. First class hunting dog. 2W years old. Two wheeled dog jraller. Four compartments. Jim Tay- 8972-14 WEEPING TILE AND CEMENT work. Double J. Construction. 32B-3670 FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, GARAGE CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson and Sorenson ConsJrucMon, 1020 7th Ave. lor, Box 793, Coa! ipartm ildate. Phone 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST CHILD'S PET CAT One year old. Orange and tiger or tabby, white chest and paws. Re- ward. Phorve U7-EOB6. 9IM-U VARIOUS ITEMS IN PARK LAKE Provincial Park lost and found. Own- ers may clalr 327-39BO DOG OBEDIENCE TRAINING Classes wilt commence Tuesday, September at the Kaleldarls Building, Exhibition Grounds, at p m., wllh E. Kfihough Inslructlng. Cost for nine weeks lessons. Including leash Is 510 per dcg. You need to bring a chofce chain. Phone Gh ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANG- ING. PHONE JONES ROOFING, C1936-M CARPENTRY WORK, REMODEL- Ing, repairing, sidewalks, etc. Town or country. E and L Construction. Phone M3-2077 or 325-2237. C 3620-1 f by Edentllying. Phone LOST IN FOREMOST AREA Brown part Chihuahua male dog. BlacK marXIng In form of horse shoe under neck. 'Answers 1o name Toko. Reward offered. Phone 8S7-35BJ, collecr, 66 PERSONAL EMERY'S BOOKING dings? clubs, etc. Phone "ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone a 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MANAGER PARTNERSHIP RE- quired fw prosperous central Alberla hole I. Write Box 54, Herald. 8991-16 LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOV- Ing business. Fully licensed, van line alflllatlcn. West Kootenay area. V.'rlte Box 11, Herald. 629 FOR SALE ACTIVE AND THRIV- Infl franchisee! business localed In participation no I necessary. Write box Herald. ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, SIDING, garage, kitchens, cabineU, bath- rooms, ceramic tile. Town or court- Iry. Phone 3727-11 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In Cstale of ANDREW MOE, ol Hamlet or Granurrv. In Ihe Province of Farmer, Deceased who died on or ibout Ihe 5lh cfay of AprH, 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hav- ing claims upon Ihe estate cf above named must fite v.1rh the under- mentioned Solicitors by the Hth day cf Oclober A.O., 1972 a full slalement of their claims and ot securllles held by them. HUCKVALE, WIIDB AND KRUSHEL Acedia Building, Lefhbrldge, Alberta Solid! ors for the Admlnlstralor Moe. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS JLjecttns, J- All makes or washers am! dryers, automallc or tonvenlicnal. Also imall appliances, iawn mowers, Ironi, vacuum cleaners, etc. No ]ct. Too large or loo small. LETHBRtDGE APPLIANCE, MS 3rd Ave. PJione 327-44S6, C7353-IT procejsfng plant and slaughter hou-e. A going concern. M.L.S. House Coffee LocaTed e Venl ura Hotel in Coa I cf a I e. choice building! on main Coaldafe bicycle repai Ideal foi r shop, bakery ci street shop, bank. store In Taber Good business. AVL.S, STRINGAM, DENECKY BAINES yff Canada Tim) Building Alberta Sollcllor for Ihe Steve Denecky. grocery store with living CHAIN SAWS MOTOR MOVJER PARTS AND SERVICE PHONE Counlry quarters clolhfng stora In clothing store In Taber Commercial feedlot for approximate- ly head, wilh living quarters, hog raising operaHcn wlln ap- proximately 31 acres land. Good lo- cation, close lo markets. OLIVER'HANDLEY REAL ESTATE Boy 105, RAYMOND SCHOOL ADDITION ALTERATIONS RAYMOND, ALBERTA TENDER CALL Sealed tendsrs will be received by tha undersigned at Ihe office of the County of Warner No. 5, unlll Tues- tfay, October 3, 1973, not later than A.M. lor addition and altera- tions lo; Structure Only Raymond School Ray mend, Alberla General contraclors may oblaln plans and specifications from Belon Engln- necrs, Box LeNibrldge, Alberta. Plans be obtained upon a deposit of This sum will be refunded provided that ell documents are re- 1n good condition not laler than ten days after closing dale of tender. que or bid bond In the ten per cent of the lender price must accompany all lenders. The successful contraclcr must fur- nish a Performance Bond In the amount of filly per of Ihe conlracl sum. The lowest or any tender svlll not necessarily be accepled. Tenders fcr mechanical, plumbing. and other trades will be called by 1he owner. Mr. K. Duncan County of Warner No. 5 Warner, Alberla NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the mailer of the estate of FRANK ARNOLD BAKER who tired on U1h day of July A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE lhat ell persons hav- ing claims upon the estate of the named must file the under- signed solicitors by the Hlh day of Deleter A. D, 1972 B full statement of their claims anct cf tecurilies held by DENECKY AND BAINES 309 Canada Trust Building Alterla Solicitors for th? Executrix Margaret Haiel B. Baker SHERIFF'S SALE By vlrlue of a seizure made by me 1 am offering lor sale In accordance the provisions of fhe Selrures One SWdoo 371 Nordic seflal No. no skldoo may be Inspected at ot fi and R Service in Cord- storij Alberta. Tenders must 'be submitted In, an en- velope marked "D to The Sher- iff, The Court House, l-etnbrldge. A- DEATH KOVACH Joseph of Blair- more, passed away In the Pincher Creek Hospital on Fri- ay, September IS, 1972 at age 7 years. He was born in Cole- man on November 5, 1914, where be resided until 1928. He then moved to the Firgrove listrict until IMS where he armed, after which he moved o Blalnnore, where he has re- sided since. He was employed as a mechanic at the Bellevue rtohawk Manes and at the time of his death was a coal trucker "or Coleman Collieries Ltd, He served in the Second World War n Canada and was a member of the Coleman Local UMWA. He was predeceased by his mother, Tessie in 1929, his fa- ther, John in 1963; three broth- ers, Steve in 1929, Peter in 1954 and Mike in 1937. Besides Ms wife, Mary he is survived by four sons, John of Coronation, Steve, Joe and George all at Blairmore; two daughters, Mrs. T. (Judy) Megli of Bellevue and Leslie at home; two grandchildren; two brothers, John and George, both of Blairmore; six sis- ters, Mrs. Anne Sweeney of Cal- gary, Mrs. Frank (Sophie) Weber of Calgary, Mrs. R. (Mary) Balston of Creston, B.C., Mrs. Helen Oliva of Cole- man, Mrs. Tillie Hillas of Blair- more, Mrs. C. (Kay) Long of Jordan River, B.C. Prayers will e said in St. Anne's Catholic hurch in Blairmore, Sunday venlng at p.m. Requiem vlass will be celebrated in St. Catholic Church, Blair- more at a.m. Monday, September 18, with interment o follow in the family plot, Coleman Catholic Cemetery. In eu of flowers, persons wishing lay donate to the Canadian ieart Fund, care of Mrs. Flora Eckels, Blairmore. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. O1347 CARDS OF THANKS JACKSON I wish to thank Uie doctors, nurses and staff of the Municipal Hospital for the wonderful care while a patient there. Thanks also bo friends for cards, flowers and visits. Jackson. 7103 WEST My family and I wish to express our sincere thanks to our many relatives and friends for sympathy and kindness shown us during our recent bereavement. The cards, floral arrangements, food and donations to the Heart Fund were deeply appreciated. Ruth West and daughters. 9143 PETERSON We wish to express our most sincere thanks and appreciation to all our friends, neighbors and relatives in the recent illness and passing of. our husband, father and grandfather; to the doctors End staff the Raymond Municipal Hospital, to those who sent flowers, cards and helped with the lunch, and expressed their sympathy in so many ways. Retta Peterson and tiie Peterson family. 9104 Lerta, before p.r 2S, 1972. A. A. Gllchrlst SHERIFF September 70 GARDENING MCLEAN'S TREE SURGERY FREE estimates. Pruning, trim Ing. Can Ing and fell ROTOTILL1NG GENERAL GAR- den care. Call Chris. 339-6111; 327-B043, after 6 p.m. C4ir 74 IOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY LACOMBE NURSERIES COAL- dale. Phone 3-15-4633. Open Monday end Friday evenings until p.m. Closed Wednesdays and Sundays. Available now Evergreen trees and Ihrubs. All- planls guranteed- Free delivery lo Lemtiridae. C3103-lfh TREES AND MOVING Available now Blue Spruce, While Spruce and Green Ash, up lo 15 It. Tdlt. Our specialty moving and trans- planting of larger frees. 377-6173, atler MORTGAGE loans available on farms, hotels, mdels, commercial buirdlngs and Industrial properties lo- cated anywhere In Alberta. Fast, cor. dial, confidential service, at e rates. Farmers-Merchants Trust 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES 130 GREV X LEGHORN four months old. Phone 624-; ford. CASH FOR HOME OWNERS Home owners Why not use the EQUITY 1n your home? What is Equity? How much 1t home worth? Deduct mortgage SISrOOO ant your Equity fs SIQ.COO. Equily Is 1h cash you have Invested In your home EquiJy U good for casn at FARMER MERCHANTS TRUST CO. LTD BEAUTIFUL READY TO lay 20 week old Leghorn pulfcts. Dc- beaVetf, vaccinated for and and NewcasHe. ST.75 a! farm. Phone 7J2-4901, AIMrt Kclk, Pfclure Sullo. 90? 6-16 FARM GROWN, YOUNG FRYING and roasting chickens. 41 cenls per pan ready, on dozen lots. Free de- livery. Also custom killing. K. Dyck, Coaldale. Phone JI5-317J, Monday Sep- tember 18 to Friday, September n, open only after 4 p.m. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES FOR SALE REG'O. BHAGLE, FE- male, six rronfhs. 3194471. 6876-16 REGISTERED MINIATURE DACR shund. Black, female, ft'j monlhs old. Phone 3I7-325T. 9135-31 SILVER FEMALE MINIATURE Poodle. Registered. Two and cne tvalf years old. Phona NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN .ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the mailer of the estate of LILLIAN CAMERON ROBERTS, lale of Town of Raymond In the Prov- ince of Alberta, widow deceased, who died GO or about the 22nd day cf July A. D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE 1hat nil persons hav- ing claims upon Ihe eslale of the above named must tile wllh the undersigned solicitors by 1hi Mth day of OcVober A. D, 1W2 a full state.-nent of their claims and of securities held fay them. STRINGAM, DENECKY AND BAINES Barristers end Solicitors 309 Canada Trust Building Lethbrltfse, Alberta Solicitors for tha Execulor Rex L. Nielsen NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of WILLIAM PATTER50N, late cf Ihe Cily of Letlv bridge. In the Province o Alberta. died on Ihe 23rd day of August, A'TAKE NOTICE that persons tuv Ing claims upon the estate of Bbove named must file the under-mert- lioned by Ifith day of Oclober A.D. 1972, e full statement of their claims and of securities held by Ihem F. T. BYRNE, ESQ., P.O. Box 774, Third AvenuB South, Lethbrldae, Alberta. Solicitor tor Executrix. TENDERS PROPERTY FOR SALE TOWN OF COALDALE Tenders will be received until 3 p.m Monday, September 35th, for th following 10 vacant lots: 18-25 Inclusive and Lot 34 1 Block 1, Plan Coaldale 837L.K. 25 fl. of Lot 10 and 33 foo Laneway In BlocK 1, Plan Coa dale 2856 G.V. Land use for Lois 20, 22, and shall be semidetached housing under the assisted home ownersh! plan. Each lot shall be tendered sep- arately. Terms: Cash. 10% Depos shall acompany tender. Conslructlo must commence year fi purchase. Highest or any tender nc necessarily accepted. TOWN OF COALDALH. P.D. BOX HO, MPARTMEMT OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC EXPAMSION WESTERN REGION CARD OF THANKS LYONS We to ex- press our deeped afpfvecMjon and thanks to friends and neigh- bors and relatives, who sent flowers, donations and cards and expressions of sympathy Mid in any way helped us in our bereavement. A special tharis to the doctor sod nurses at St. Micbaei'B Hospital end the doctor and nurses at Picture Butte Hospital, for their care and kindness given our loved one. Thanks to the pallbearers, to those who provided aod served lunch and helped fa any way. Thanks also to Hev. Keith Churchill for hU com- forting words and to the soloist and to Martin Brothers Funeral Directors. Your thoughttubesii will always be remembered. Doris Lyons and family. IN MEMORIAMS BEBEK In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, George, who passed away September 16, 1969. and ever remember- ed by wife Julia, children and their families. 8106 FUNERALS SCHALK Funeral service or Peter Schalk, beloved hus- jand of Mrs. Geertuida (Gert- rude) Schalk who died at Cran- Drook Tuesday, Sept. at :he age ot 65 years, was held at 3 p.m. Friday in the Chris- tian Reformed Church, 1807 2nd Ave. A N., with Uev. L. Mulder officiating. Pallbearers were sons Gerry, Casey, Arie, Peter, Joe and Jolrn Schalk. Honorary pallbearers were John Van Steensel nd Bill Mifidema. In-_____ ferment was in the Archmount I kinoes, Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Srevice, was in charge of the arrangements. CROW Funeral service for Raymond Henry Crow, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Crow of Barons who died in the Car- mangay Hospital Wednesday, Sept. 13, 197Z, after a long ill- ness at the age of 62 years, was held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept In the Barons Uni- ted Church with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Ac- tive pallbearers were Mel Cowie, Dave Burwash, Bob Shearer, Harold Plow, Elwood Irwin and Pat Asplund. Honor- MASSONG We wish to con- vey our sincere appreciation scd heartfelt thanks to all our friends, neighbors and relatives for all the flowers and cards of sympathy extended to us during the recent passing of our father. A special thank you (o the pall- bearers, the C.W.L.'s of Taber and Grassy Lake for the lovely lunch and to Father John for his service said comforting words. Thank you to all those who helped and brought food to the bouse. Thank you to the doctor, Mr. Pickles and the nurses of the Taber Hospital for being so kind to dad during his stay in the hospital. Again thank you very much to everyone assisted in any way. Massong family. 9165 POTTER We wish to con- vey our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all our friends, neighbors, relatives and to Irv's associates in his busi- ness, for the many acts of in the recent passing of a dearly beloved hus- band, father and brother. A very special thanks to those who helped me in my dire need of someone to cling to, ary pallbearers were Lyon, Loyal Turner, Alvin Fred HOME MORTGAGES AVAIIABIE M I D T O W N will lend you money Ihe equity In your home. We in reduce your monthly obligations up to 50 per cent or more no spe- nt SISOO lo S50.000 more. For fast confidential service, call- Norm GicsbrechT, 327-21811 evenings and Midiown Mortgages and Loans Ltd. Out-of-town enquiries 1265 3rd Ave. S., lelhbridge welcome. Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration TENDERS FOR WATERMAIN AND DOMESTIC SEWER CONSTRUCTION Scaled lenders be received by the undersigned until p.m., Ixal Regina time, on October 3, 1972, for Additions and Improvements to Water, Sewer and Slorm Drainage Systems, Brandon, Manitoba, Contract 5 Walermaln and Domestic Sewer Con- struction. Trie cf Ihe work Is located In the Ci1y of Brandon, Mani- toba. The wotk consists ol the supply of all materials for and Ihe Installa- tion of approximately 35.000 feet of 10" and 12" water- mains and associated work, and feel of U" and i" sewer malm and associated work. The plans and specifications may be viewed In the Winnipeg, Brandon, Saskatoon and Regina offices cf the local Builders' Exchange cr Construc- tion Associallon. Pians, specifications, Instructions and forms for bidding may bs obtained from the undersigned al hli office In Regina, Saskatchewan, upon the de- poslt o! twenty-five dollars 1125.001 cash or a certitled choque tor the amount, payable to Receiver Gen- erel of Canada, which deposit will be redeemable upon 1ha return of Ihe plans and specifications In good order within one month aller tenders have closed. Tenders will not be considered >ss made on Ihe forms supplied, In accordance wllh, inslructlons supplied Iho specifications. Ten- ders must be accompanied by security Jr. IIio amount and form specified In Ihe Instructions. The iov.tst or any tender not nec- essarily accepted. By Order: W. B. Thomson Chief Enolneer, PFRA 4Q1 Building Reaina, Saskatchewan. Hi RE: ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 Ttie following applicalion for a de- velopment permit has been approved by Ihe Municipal Planning Commission on September 13, 72-B3 Jon and Marsha Kelly to es- tablish a home occupation clflce and phcm service only tor testing soil for agrfcullure at 2910 1? Avenue Scjjln. Any person aHecled by the said de- cision may appeal such tjeeison lo the Development Appeal by de- livering either personally or by Reg- istered Mall, statement of the grounds of appeal to reach Ofllce ol the Cllv Clerk In the City Kail no! later lhan September 27, 1972. Date: September H, 1972. W. C. Cameron. Development Officer. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUB1CIAU DISTRICT OF 1.ETHBRIDGE In Ihe Estata of HARVEY SCHWEIT- ZER late of Lelhbfldse In the prov- ince of Albwla, who tired on Ihe Illh dav of August A.D. TAKE NOTICE Ihal all persons hav- ing claims upcn the estate of the above named must flic with Ihe undersigned ScHclIars by the 1XA day cf October IH2, a full statement of their claims nd cf securities held by them. PATERSON AND HUZIL W Mayor Magrslh Drive Lethbrldge, Alberta Solicitors for Executors Ei ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The following applications for de- NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN TH E S U R ROGAT E COU RT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF UETHBRIDGE In the Estate of ANNA JORDIS MO- VOLO late of Le1 hbridge 1n the Prov ince cf Alterla, who died on Ihe 30th day cf June A-O. 1972. TAKE NOTICE lhat all persons hav Ing claims upon 1hfl estate of Ihe above named must Tie wltfi Ihe undersigr.ec Solicitors by Ihe 23rd day cf Octobe 1972, a full slatemenl of rticlr claim; and cf securities held by them. PATERSON AND HUZIL 407 Mayor iWagralh Drive Lethtrldge, Alfcefla Solicitors for AdmlnlsframX velopment permll applic lls have been approved by 1he Development 72-703 Magic Klis Rug and Upholstwy Cleaners to establish a home occu- pation cfUce and phone service only for rug upholslery cleaning at 1323 STaffcro" Drive. 71-708 M. Roberts to estabHsh a home occupation office only for lanilor Avenue B South. Any person affected by the saltf earers and lo those who have arranged the offering of the Mass. and LaVerne, end Vern, Laurie and Louie Rev. Morris for hda comforting prayers said in our home; to those who called on IB, to those who extended sympathy by way of cards, and beautiful flowers and food which was brought to Ihe house so to those who contributed to the Heart Fund. We also thank Rev. Ken Morris, and the Moose Lodge Brothers for their very comforting service held in Hum- phries Chapel in Taber. Thanks to Rev. P. H. Burril the Rosedale United Church, Cal- gary for his comforting words and prayers said at Foster's Garden Chapel, Calgary. Again, thanks to everyone who assisted in any way. end Francis Potter, Tip, Les and Ken Potter and families; John, Mick, Bert and Ivor Potter and families. 9119 MACHACEK We wish to express our deepest apprecia- tion and sincere thanks to our relatives, friends and neigh- bors for their kindness and sym- pathy shown us at the loss of our beloved daughter and sister, Linda Ann. Their thoughtful- ness in gifts of flowers, Mass cards, sympathy cards, food and visits were deeply appreciated. A special thank you to Father Vornbrock, Father Lynn, Mar- tin Bros. Funeral Home, th e McNAB In loving memory of my dear wife and our dew mother, Elizabeth McNab, who died September 16th, 1971. God saw that she was weary. And the hill was hard to climb So he closed her weary eye- lids And whispered Peace ba thine. by her loving hus- band, Isabelle and Duncan and Jean and families. 0149 KULISKA In dearly be- loved memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Eliz- abeth Kuliska, who passed away September 17, 1971. Peacefully deeping, renting at last, The world's weary troubta and trials are past; In silence suffered, In patience she bore, 'Till God called her home to suffer no more. remembered and sadly missed by your hus- band Steve, family, grand- children and great-grand- children. 9107 WARNOCK In loving mem- ory of a dear brother and uncle, Clinton Warnock, who passed away September 16, 1965. No length of time can take away, The thoughts of you from to day, Though absent you are al- ways near, Sill loved, still missed, stiB very dear. remembered and sadly missed by Alvoo, Helen, Bryan, Barry and Sharon and Lynn, 9159 LEVERICK, Fred In lov- ing memory of our dear hus- band, father and grandfather, who passed away Sept. 17, 1966. We often sit and think of you, and of the way you died, Many times we've longed for you, many times we've cried. You gave no one a last fare- well, nor even said good- bye, You were gone before we realized, and only God knows why. ERd lovingly re- membered by wife Annie, son Fred, daughters Helen, Ann, Mary, Rose and fami- lies. 9106 and Marcia. 9123 NELSON, James Dclin The family wishes to extend sincere thanks to friends and relatives whose floral tributes and ex- pressions of sympathy, gave solace in the time of our recent Bereavement. Special thanks to the doctor at Fort Maelcod, to Mr. Salmon at Christensen Sal- mon Funeral Home, to Bishop Howard Hamling, Roy Hirsche, Reg Peterson and Rex Cshoon for their prayers and words of comfort, to organist Ivydean Klovansky and the quartet, to the pallbearers, cousins Rex, N'orman and Terry Nelson, Elroy and Norman Tolley, and Grant Glincs, and to the kind ladies who prepared and served lunch at the church after the service. 9136 pallbearers, Mrs. Glcason, the altar boys and choir. Tharis also to the Kneehill Volunteer Ambulance, Sisters Anne Marie and Ursula, the doctor and the staff at Three West, Calgary General Hospital, for their special care of our loved one and our family. Thanks also to the St. Mary's Altar Society, Legion Ladies Auxiliary, Garden Prairie Women's Club and 1st Barons Brownie Pack for serv- ing lunch. A special thank you to the Art Secretan family for their donation of Disney's Books of Knowedge to the Barons School Library in memory of our Linda Ann. Your expres- sions of sympathy helped us in our bereavement and will al- ways be remembered. and Mrs. Frank Mach- acek, Shirley, Dennis, Jerry TARNAVA In loving mem- ory of our dearest father and grandfather, Mr. Valentine Tarnava, who passed away Sep- tember 16, 1951. Gone, dear father, gone forever, How we miss your smiling face, But you left us to remember None on earth can take your place. A happy home we once enjoyed Kow sweet the memory still- But death has left a The world can never fill. remembered by daughters Margaret, So- phie, Mary; sons and grand- children. 9150 and Larry. 9M6-16 Soviet car safe DETROIT (AP) The black Cadillac which President Nixon gave to Soviet Commu- nist party chief Leonid Brezh- nev is not being recalled. A Cadillac spokesman said Wednesday the Brezhnev Cadil- lac came off the production line May 16. The being re- called for an axis defect built In June and July.