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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD 23 FOUjrtl DEAD Actreso Belle was foand dead in her Monts Carlo apartment Friday Police she com-Biiltw! siricide a week ago. 1 POUITRY AND BUSINESS j BIRTH POCZA Mr. and Mrs. Roy j Pocza announce the arrival of Jason Andrew on Tuesday, August 24, 1971 (7 Ibs. 10 ozs.) Insured. 596 "7 L t t t it J DEATHS MYERS Passed away In the city on Wednesday, 'September 15, following a brief illness, Mr. Reginald (Reg) Myers, at the age of 63 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Kitty Myers of 965 llth Street S. Born in Cheshire, England, the late Mr. Myers came to Lethbridge in May, 1921. For 26 years he was a traveller for Kitson Wholesale and operated Arctic Service Station for nine years. For the past five years he has been with the Letlh bridge Research Station. He was a Past District Deputy of IOOF and a member for 41 years; one of the first presidents 3f the Fleetwood Home and School; Past President of ACT and was an active curler and fisherman. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. K. (Do- 1 reen) Simpson, Calgary, Mrs. B. (Marley) Nyrose, and Mrs. D. (Pat) McKenzie both of Lethbridge; eight grandchildren; three brothers, William, Nanimo, Eric. Lethbridge and Roy, Vancouver. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, September 18, at p.m. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Rev. R. L. Cris-field officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. nwati, IN MEMOP AMS LFHTO In lovi 'g DUNG MILK FED CHICKENS 50 each or flvo for J10. Supply mlled. Cull Mrs. Hurkot, 758-3481, agrafh. AND WOMEN FOR A NEW carwr _ Travel If you so desire. Phone 327-3191, room 215, 8-10 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS N THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBbRTA DISTRICT OR LETHBR1DGE In the matter of ihe Estate of SARAH EVANS DAY, who died on or about the Uth day of February A.D., 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitors by the Tfith day of October A D 1971 a full statement of calms and of securities held by them. STRINGAM, DENECKY BAINES 3u9 Canada Trust Building Lethbrldge, Alfceria Solicitor? frr the executor IVAN LESTER SALE Take notice that by vlrlue of a seizure made by Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce nqainst .'ohn Schwartz, t shall sell the following qoods; 1967 Chevrolet impala Serial No. In accordance with the Provisions cf The Seizures Act. On the 29th day of September 1971 at Residence of Vernon Decoux, Blalrmore, Alberts at the hour of p.m. Sheriff's office September 3, 1971 D. G. Cressman, Sheriff Judicial District of EAVY ROASTING CHICKENS, PAN adv. Hens 36c per Ib., roosters c per !b. Also friers. Free dellvsry. Dyckr Coaldale SEAT RESTAURANT IN jood location. Selling (or health reasons. Interested party write Box 39, Hera d. 2 PETS AND COMPANY Wanted Small trucking company. Send coplas of authorities, (1st of equip, ment, and asking price. All replies confidential. Write box 41, Herald. NE YEAR OLD GREYHOUND. Phone 3M-38OT. A MONTH OLD BLACK POODLE up. Partly trained. Phone EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING BUSINESS For sale In Southern Alberta, Incon-t ve Area. Opportunity for large expan. G on in developed and proven equipment. Bex 66, Herald. 7EE TWO FEMALE PUPPIES; ne male for Phone 338.1901. Aoply !0 !2th St. C H. TO CREDITORS AND OAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE OF NIKOLAUS SALER, late of the Town of Coaldale, n the Province of Alberta, whn died on the Sth dsv of July, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon Ihe Estate of the above named must file with the under-mentioned by the day ot October A.D. 1971, a full statement of their claims j and of securities held by them. F. T. BYRNE P. O. Box 776, No. 5706 Third Avenue South, Lethbridge, a dear friend Mi ued who passed away Si l.i, 1970. A silent a secrtt tear Keeps ha- memo y ever dea--Sadly missed and alwav, remembered Marv, Saf' and family. J 1 LEHTO In U i-ing memor1 of a dear mc-the and grfl mother, Mildred, who away September i9, 1970. One sad and loiely year 1 past, But still we rimember by Ger Pam and crildren. 5! LEHTO Fir my mothfi. who passed awf September I I Oh the bloon. of a flower 1 remembei And a smile shaH never mov see, Tho you're ar away restir in heave i Dearest mo' her, you are ways will me. Karren, l.rien, Tracy at Trent. OUR TWO MONTH HALF erslan kittens, to be given away hone ffl-nn. WELL-KEPT LICENCED residence, near civic centre, accommodating ten paying guests. Excellent opportunity for right party, priced to sell. Phone 32J-6159 or 327-4682. EGISTERED BLACK LABRADOR jr sale, seven months. Phone M-571, after 6 pm... OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDERS Order No. 70M401-D16 Grsvelllnq Aoproxlmately 3S.5 miles of existing Reserve road, Blood Indian Reserve, Blood .'Peigan District, Index No. Alberta 523. Sealed Tenders, marked as to content, addressed to Regional Engineer, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 27fh Floor, C.N. Tower, Edmonton 15, Alberta, will be received up to: p.m. fM.S.T.) October 5, 1971. Tender documents can be Obtained by General Contractors only on deposit of 525.00 in the form of 3 certified cheque payable to the Receiver of Canada, from Regional Engineer, Dept, Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 27th Floor, C.N. Tower, Edmonton 15, Alta., and District Suosr-vlsor. Blood District, Dept. Indian Affairs and Northern Development, !06 Federal Bldg., Lethbridge, Alberta. Examined: Calgary Constructicn Association, 2540 Sth Avenue N. W.. Calgary. Lethbridge Construction Associstlon, 1321 3rd Avenue S., Lethbridge. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. L. R. Clark, P. Eng., Regional t DEATHS McCUAIG Passed away at his residence in Coutts, Mr. Earl McCuaig, at the age of 70 years. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS'. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7499 KULISKA Passed away in Picture Butte on Friday, 17, 1571, following an llness of several months, Mrs. Elizabeth Kuliska, at the age of 76 j'ears, beloved wife of Mr. Steve Kuliska of Turin. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc-ors of Funeral Service. DALMATIONS urftbred puppies, six weeks. 867-2230, kift. AND INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT DEALERSHIP FOR SALE Prime Okonagan location. annual sales. Contact Box 523, Penticton, EGISTERED MINIATURE AMERt-an Eskimo pups. Phone WANTED _ REGISTERED SILVER oy poodle at stud. Phone 833.3739, urdetl. EGISTERED ST. BERNARD FOR ale. ftokinqs.of sood showman. 334-019, Fort Macleod. FOR BARLEY AND OATS Tenders are Invited for the supoiy and delivery of feed grains to the Research Snhstatli'n at Onefo'ir (Many-berries, bushels No. 1 feed barley and bushsis No. 1 fewl oats. Tenders on bushels and over wil be considered. are re-nuired. Quotations will clrf at 12 noon Thursday, September so, 1971. For further Information and quotation request forms contact: C. G. Schoenlng, Assistant Administrate Canada Agriculture Research Station, Leth-brldce. Alberta. Phone Tuesday JJALE (HNS) A oca-day bl U for the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society will be conducted by the Good-will Club of the Coaldale Mep-nonite Church Tuesday, Sept. 21. "Tie businesses will be ap-proa.'l a) during the afternoon. The door-to-door canvass tt the acmes wil! be ii the e-ening beginning about p.m. .ind expected to be completed bv 9 p.m. Mrs. Herman (Sharoii; Neu-feld i; the chairman. EGISTERED 15 MONTH OLD FE-nale Brittany Spanlrl (pointer and Call 345-4508 or BASED SALES CO. With contacts In three prairie provinces. 1971 sales will be an excess of Present owner involved In other business but will offer assistance for reasonable time In Introducing contacts and clients. ONLY INTERESTED PERSONS ABLE TO LEAD FUTURE GROWTH AND WILLING TO INVEST NEED APPLY TO: BOX 62, HERALD WO TOY WHITE POODLES r.d female, seven weeks old. Both reg-stereiJ. Phone- Blalrmore. WO BEAUTIFUL FEMALE SIA-nese kittens lor sale, S15 each. Also ressmaker sewing machine, S45. hone 328-762B. EGISTERED GERMAN SHORT-alr Pointer pups Some solid liver olor. Bred for huntlnq. Phone Calgary 71-9529. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE n the Estate Of GRACE BERE7-N1CK1, late of the City of Leihbridge, In the Province of Alberta, Married Woman, who died on the 13th dey of August, A.D. 1971. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 19th day of October, A.D. 1971, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. MOSCOVICH, MOSCOV1CH, SPANOS MATI5Z 1 Oliver Block Lethbridge, Alberta. (Solicitors for the Passed away suddenly in Morris, Manitoba, Vlr. Kenneth William Koehler, al the age of 22 years, of Winnipeg, (formerly of The late Mr. Koehler is survived by his mother, Mrs. 1 s a belle Ko'ehler, Lethbridge; wo sisters, Miss Elaine Koehler, Leihbridge, Mrs. S. (Glo-r i a) Hildebrand, Claresholm and two brothers, Donald, Claresholm and Wayne, Leth-mdge. The funeral service will fie held at p.m. on Monday September 20, in Martin Bros., TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. phone 328-2361, (Courtesy parking at :he rear of the with Pastor W. F. Schoepp officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. ATKINS, CLIPPING. GROOMING oodles and other breeds. tETHBRIDGE POOCH AND POODLE PARLOUR 337-8779 TO TENDER UNITED IRRIGATION DISTRICT Sealed Tenders for the construction of three concrete drop structures, three pipe and concrete turnout structures and related earthwork and other work will be received at the offico of the United Irrigation District up to p.m. local Glenwood time, September 29, 1971. The work Includes all labour, material, equipment and associated Items required to construct the f> structures. Copies of the Drawings and Specifications may be obtained from the office of the United Irrigation District, Glenwood, Alberta on or after September 21, 1971, upon deposit of In cheque, made payable to the Board of Directors, United Irrigation District. Tenders must be accompanied by: A As Tender Deposit, security In a minimum amount of lOTo of the Tender in the form of a Certified Cheque drawn on a Canadian Bank, or a Bid Bond, made payable to the Board of Directors. B. Consent of Surely Form, giving consent of the Surety Company to furnish, upon execution of the contract, LOANS MORTGAGE MONE11" FOR LETHBRIDGE AREA TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 266-W11; RESIDENCE 252-6843, ANYTIME, 271 evening Plr-CHER CREEK (S'pecla'.) Napi Friendship l.'as arranged to ho'd a social iTOning on the Reserve, aptly titled the The of Peigan children attending school in Piicher Creek are urged to take this opportunity to meet their children's teach-.irs. De-signei as one of their c-iuca-Uona' Project ABC Se.ics, the Napi Assoeiaiion will hold the social evening la the Brocket Kindergarten basement on Wednesday, September 28 at 3 p.m. In lovi memory of Valentine Dt enstein, who passed away tember 18, !969. I sat be ide yuiir bedside, my he irt was crushed and sore, I saw yo slowly sinking, but knew l could do no Treasure him, Lord, ia .-gard n of rest, For on t iis earth he wa? of e best. Though. ''d for others, Vind and true, He sufl :red in silence when no '.ne 2A FUR BEARING FOR SALE raised. Caqes, all equipment. Health, pason for "selling. Box 535 or phone 37-3511, Pincher Creek. AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 Collwe Mall. Phone 338-3331 The widest facility available. We consider ALL TYPES of mortgsae loans. Friday, September 17, 1971, Mary, aged 46 years, beloved wife of Mr. Louis Schumers of 316 Capri Avenue N.W., Calgary. Born in Raymond, she resided there until moving to Calgary in 1958. Besides her husband, she is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Wilfred (Christine) Sparkes, Claresholm, Patricia at home, Shirley at Ricks College, Rexburg, Idaho; '3 BUSINESS HEATRE AT FOREMOST. S30.000 roperly for only N. Wolfe, Oil Mil St. S., Leihbridge. loans available on farms, homes, hotels, motels, commercial buildings and industrial properties located anywhere In Alberta. Past, cordial, confidential service, at competitive In Nutshell GUERRILLAS GIVE al Four bedroom suite for man-ger. Full price with terms. rt.L.S. Call now. iotterill McKee Anderson Ltd. OK ROSS STREET, RED DEER. Phone 346-6655, evenings 347-5688 7th St. S. Phone 326-55S8. and Materials Bond, each in the amount of 50% of the contract, and in the form prescribed by these Documents. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted, the Board reserving the right to reject any or al tenders. The Board of Directors, The United Irrigation District, Glenwood, Alberta. Dr. Maurice Hening-er, Idaho Falls, Idaho, Mark Heninger, Calgary and Dr. Richard Heninger, Provo, Utah and two sisters, Mrs. Joe (Lou-ine) Brammer, California and Mrs. Max (Bernice) Blackham, Nevada. Services at the Calgary North Stake Centre of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Tipton Road and Touchwood Drive N.W., Calgary on Tuesday at p.m., Bishop Robert H. Olsen of the Calgary Third Ward officiating. Interment, Rocky View Garden of Peace, Calgary. The Garden Chapel (FOSTER FUNERAL 540 16th Avenue K.W., Calgary, Directors. remembered and sadly n1' sed by Ids loving wife Fra' es. 541 LEU' i In loving memory of my wife Mildred Amelia, who pL away September 19, 1970. One ;ong lonely year has T rssed Sino our great sorrow fell, The bock that I received that No ne can ever tell. It t oke my heart to lose you But pou did not go alone, Foi jart of me went with you Th day God called you ionic. remembered by her i ibar.d Harold. DO PAINTING PRIVATE OR commercial. Phone 328-8543. (Reuter) About 100 guerrillas in northern Thailand have surrendered to the army after three years of harassing workers trying to build a road through their opium-poppy Passed away in the citv on Friday, September 17, 1971, following a short illness, Mr. Elmer Howard Reynolds, at the age of 63 vears, of the Westwinds Apartments, Lethbridge. Bom in Arcola, Saskatchewan, the late Mr. Reynolds came to Lethbridge in 1925. He was very active in hockey and golf in Lethbridge and district for many years find was on the Board of the HeMerson Lake Golf Club. For the past 12 years he has been associated with Olivetti of Canada Ltd. and was branch manager at the time of his passing. Survivors include, his mother, Mrs. Mary Ann Reynolds, Lethbridge; two daughters, Miss Elaine Frances Reynolds, Vancouver, Mrs. Rev. P. (Ruth Ann) Wiltse, Burns Lake, B.C.; one grandson; one sister, Mrs. (Kathleen) G. Mayor, Calgary and one brother, Mr. Roy Reynolds, Calgary. The funeral service will be held at a.m. on Tuesday, in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Rev. E. Doyle officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers friends may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Building, Lethbridge or to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funera Service. killed EJiMONTON (CF) John Lanl, 48, of Ethnonto i was kill ed friday night whf n the in which he was a passenger a concrete atutmenb on m t-verpasc. Police hav-i charged the drlv-vr the car. 18-year-old Garry , of Edmonton, with driving. WESTBANK 323 Sth St. S. Phone 318-1044 RETIRE IN ID YEARS Office building on 3rd Ave. S. Low down payment. Terms for 10 years. Two storey building, 40 x 75. Parking lot In rear. PriuiB Frank DRIVEWAYS AND PAT-los. Prompt service. Phone E s r 1 Johnson, 328-7905. ESTIMATES ON CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS, patios, retaining walls, floors, etc- Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 337-2441. STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Insured, free estimates. Phone RE: ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 Tha following applications for de-ve opjtien! permits have been made to the Municipal Planning Commission: 71-771 D. Thompson to establish a home occupation phone service for sale of sand and qravel including the parking cf a vehicle exceeding half a ton on the premises at 23rd Street South. 71-6B6 H. Tanner to build an addition to exlstinq residence at llOfi 55th Street South Require waiver of setback requirements. PLACE OF HEARING: Council Chambers City Hall TIME OF HEARING: p.m. DATE OF HEARING: Wednesday, September 11, 1971 Any person affected by the said proposal has the right to present a brief prior to the hearinq and to be present and be heard at the hearing. Persons requiring to be heard at the meet ng shall submit briefs to the Development Officer not later than September 21st, 1971. The application for development and supporting data may be Inspected In tie City Hall in the Office of the Development Officer. Date: September lith, 1971 T. Kanashlro, Development AN OLD FRIEND MOSCOW Grapes may be among the oldest en earth, recent discoveries in Western Kazakhstan indicate. Scientists there have discovered clear imprints of vines and other leaves in cretaceous chalk deposits which date back about 90 to 95 million PATIOS, SIDEWALKS, rumpus rooms. Finishing, framing, form work. Free estimates. Guaranteed workmanship. Phone 328-6551. DEALERSHIP REQUIRED For City of Lethbrldge and surround-ng areas for Canada's fastest cement, brick, painting and roofing. Renovations and house rais-ng. 328-1055. of gonocicJe SIDNEY, AuEtra.ia (Reuter) An Australian anthropolog-st said Friday tlr.t an is in danger of "in nrJJiction. Prof. BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson snd Eorenson Construction, 102D 7th Aye S. Phone 327-6682. n9 "OFFICE EQUIPMENT Step Into a partially established ter-Itory and ger Immediate Income. Mease reply in confidence to Box 80, Herald U.S. GUARD OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (AP) Maj.-Gen. L. E. Weber, Oklahoma State adjutant general, was named here as commander of the United States Army National WINDOWS AND DOORS. MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING, i reez come into By JOHN HENRY NEW YORK (AP) The Nixon administration's program for combating inflation after the 90-day Wage price freeze expires came into somewhat sharper focus last week. The administration isn't expected to unveil its post freeze plans until mid-October, but from the president on down plans focus cials gave some clues as to the general direction government policies would take. Those policies would appear to include: Tying wage increases to productivity gains. Some form of price coii-trols, continued exemption of profits and dividends from controls. government administration of any price and wage controls as opposed to a tripartite board demanded by organized labor. C o m m e n t i n g on the poet freeze program, Nixon said il "will have adding it would aim at restraining wages nnd prices "in major induv tries." GAINS ARE KEY Other officials were somewha more specific. Commerce Secretary Maurice H. Stans, said the essence of any formula for in-trolling wages would be ,1. uctivity gains. And presi dent, he said, didn't nutting controls on dividends or profits. Treasury Secretary, John Connally indicated some form ol price controls would follow the freeze. He warned businessmen about negotiating long-term purchase contracts for products to be shipped after the freeze, which ends Nov. 13. White House officials cngagec in planning for the period after the freeze, were said to be confident the administration's proposals would satisfy both business and labor. A major bone of contention between the two groups centres around who will administer whatever controls are imposed Business and farm groups favor a government board similar to the Cost Of Living Council. The unions want a group comprised of business, labor and rcprc-scnUlivcs to the AND R BUILDERS AND FINISHERS _ Rumpus rooms, Interior decorating, cupboards, finished carpenter work, fireplaces, garages. Phone 316-9879. aid I vl m leit Urn' 'ialf the mon-f earned b ribe of about i aborigines OenpelU mis-MI reserv .a jithern tcrrit y was spent a nearby liq r store. MACLEODS DEALER STORE AVAILABLE n progressive southern AI-serta town. Requires investment of approxima t e 1 y Financial assistance on balance to qualified op-slicant. For more information write: Macieods Dealer Division Box 6800 Winnipeg, Manitoba FAIR SANTIAGO (Reuter) Fifteen countries, including the People's Republic of China, wil have goods on display at this year's international industria fair opening here Oct. 28. This will be the first time China has participated in the Chilean SALE OF FARM PROPERTY ESTATE OF LARS FRED JOHNSON, DECEASED The following property is offered for sale by tender, subject to the restr c-tions tn Ihe existing Certificate of Ti-S'A of 2 and cf 3 all In or -jrenade i'.ANGKOK mierl Two iiai market -irdeners WEK lied when th stepped on an i hand grena :.e lying on an shooting ;uige in north-i 'Chiang province, pro-ncial polic- eported Satur-i'- PETAIN SENTENCE PARIS (Reuter) A survey of French feelings about Marshal Philippe Petain, wartime head of the collaboratiom'sl Vichy regime, showed that 60 per cent of Frenchmen believe Oie life sentence given him in 1W5 was unfair. SEND BOOKS TO RUSSIA SYDNEY, Australia (Reuter) More than Australian publications are to be shipped to the Soviet Union this month as part of a campaign to familiarize Russians with Australia. The books, collected by the Australian II.S.S.R. Society, will be exhibited in major Russian eilies. CALGAR1AN JAILED REGINA (CP) Mckay, 27, of Calgary, charged with armed robbery of Lauren tide Financial Corporation Jurj 22, was sentenced here to 21 months after he pleaded guilty ____ r'lRE KILLS IS BELGRADE Tto death toll rose to 15 Saturday after a shipyard fire in the northern Yugoslav Adriatic port of Rijeka Friday. The management of the Third o May shipyard said 15 charm bodies, all construction workers, were found. The fire whicl swept a newly built cargo ship broke out as finishing touches were being put to the 480 acres more or less, EXCEPTING thereout all Mines and Minerals. Possession of the property aval -able on 1st April, 1972. Tenders in sealed envelopes marked "Estate of Lars Fred Johnson" must he in the hsndS of Robert G Roddic Barrister and Solicitor, Box 100, Nankin, Alberta, by noon Friday, 1st October 1971. The hicihest or any fonder not arr-nted. For further information contec Robert G. Rcddie, Barrister and Sr, -Icitor, Nantcn, Alberts. ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 T he following applications for tie velcpment permits have been approver thp Municipal Plannino Commission i rn September 15th, i 71-683 B and H Homes to build a 14 futtc hcuse at 333 Stree South. Thomsi Radiators to build fl I radiator repair shop at 1211 2r.d i Avfinue Sou'h. 71-73J Nu-AAcdc Homes Ltd. to bJild i ti semi-defftdied (two-family) residence ?t 14th Street North. 71-735 Nu-Mode Homes Ltd. to build a Eeml-de'ached (two-family) residence at 1310-1512 14th Street North. 71-7.16 Nu-Mode Homes Ltd. to build a semi-detached (two-family) residence 8t 15U-1516 Hth Street North. 71-737 Nu-Mr-de Homes Ltd. to i-.ui r1 a spml-rirti-chrd (two-family) residence at 151M520 Street North. 71-772 A. Kirr.chormrn to establish e lioir.e occupation office in counsellor with n buitdinn contractor at ?CO ?.Mh Stred Sf-iih. 71-783 Wirzba Bros, to establish a horn occupation office In connection wit1 a qencrel contractor at 217 Nort Mayor Maqrnth Drivf. 71-761 Nu-Mode Homes Ltd. to builc a semi-detactiPd residenc at 141 7-1 619 St. Andrews Redd. 71-7W HnmM Ltd. to bulk a semi-tiot.ichcd (two-family) residenc til 1631-1623 St. Andrews Road. 71-763 Nu-Mode Homes Ltd. to bulk n semi-detached (two-family) residenc at 1625-1627 St. Andrews Road. 71-764 Nii-Morto Homos Ltd. to bullc a semi-dctachfd (two-family) residenc at UI9-1631 St Andrews Road. 71-755 Cfipriottl Homes Ltd. to bull n seml-tletaehod (two-family) residenc at 1316-1318 liih Avenue North. 71-B12 Henry Homes Ltd. to build single family residence with carpor at 340? Sylvan Road. 71-813 Henry Homes Ltd. to build i j single family residence with carport a 3413 Sylvan Road. Any person affected by tha ssld de clslon may appeal such decision t the Development Appeal Board b dellverlnq either personally or by flcfl Isterrd Mall, statement of tht ground of npnenl in roach the Office nf th City Clerk in the Clly Hall not ate t thnn September 29th, 1971. T. Knnashlro Development IMPERIAL OIL LTD. A business opportunity ss an IMPERIAL OIL LEASEE SERVICE STATION dealer, available in Trait, B.C. ThK staticn has two bays and at tachcd restaurnnt nnd is located Blrnq Highway 3, east Trail. 1970 volume was Personal qualifications j.c Francis were ,ed as 'i delegates to 1571 M r i; 1 meeting of the erta A" c ition of Munici-Distru s and Counties ig held Nov. 19. Iso to cid the meetings public v ;s superintendent T: i L'lli. t 'ounc- '0 the s :eve Clarence M. ''spcrse' inald S. Johnson, f e il R 'i 'St, Mike Ohashj, re FrL i and Ernest Tille-1 1! 1. SALE OF FARM PROPERTY The following sr o-ierty is offered for by tender subject to the re? frictions in the existing Certificate o Parcel 1 The North East Quarter Section 7, in Township 11, 31, West of JUG Meridian, con taininn IS acres mor eor less Subject to the rights and condition contained In Transfer registered 8' D.P Rctervinn unto the Letribridce Co Isries Limited all coal and unlc Boyd Leroy Currie All other mineral parcel 2 _ The South East Qxarie section 7, in Township 11, Ranqe 21, West of the 4th Meridian talntno 160 acres more or less Subject to the rights and condition as arp set forth In Transfer registered as 7217 O.P. Reservtnq unto the Lsthbridoe Col lerles Limited all coal and unto He Majesty all other minerals TurtdBrs in sealed envelopes market S C. 1S763 accompanied hy a marker cheque or cash for 10rD of the r.f the tendrr must be In the hands o the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Cour House, Letlibrldqo, liv o'clor nnr-rt, ?flJh day of October A.D. 1971 The balance of the purchase pric ihatl bs paid Into court within 30 day after nccentarce fonder. If th successful tenderer dees not comp rt the purchnre after acceptance of hi tender, the deposit shall he forfeited The highest or any tender not noces sarlly accepted. Cheques of unsuccossfu tenderer will returned to them. For further apply t Messrs. Prllchnrd, Hlga and Boras Barristers and Solicitors, 2M Pro fesslonal Building 740 4th Avenu South, Lethbrldge, Alberta. DATED at the City of Lethbrtdfle In the Province of Alherta, this 31s day of August 1971. C. G. YanoslK Local Judge of the Supreme Cour Alex A. Gllchrlst Clerk of the Court FOR CORRAL CLEANING business Like nsw machinery. to gross sales potent a per year. Exclusive territory. Choice drive-In with trailer court, 0 cated on Trans Canada No Three. Larne laundromat with dry cleaning Lsdies' fashion stare In south erri Alberts town. Garage nnd service station with restnu on hard-surface highway MS Cf 10 Inls. Full price Idoal opportunity for family. Second hand store. Goinn, buslnes concern. Complete with large build ii) and stock. OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE PHONE 1. b. Hanriley WS-353 Hnndley :W5-4.'6 rrrd Ourlon BUI Meheden 316-670 ;i i Yesterday Iv T' r. CIN'ADIAN PRESS t 'too.- P CharlesM. Sr, ok" .eacher, 50, country nt wr r entertainer r-d u lip Grand Ole Oniy. L.ntlo- Sir Eric Mieville, (i the govcrnor-gcn-irn. o: t a ladn from 1927 to 93. -i 1. nt piivsJc secretary 1 o I in s rgo VI from 1937 to 945 M 'i Bella Dam, 42, ictr i g t i m e friend -i. ilm producer Dnrryl Li do n, Jennie Lcff, 101, r i 'ch of Jew-ill r.! n nity regarded as the 'mo ?r if Hadassah." BUYER Japan bought 83 per cent o the coal Australia i during ;