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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 43 TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR LICENCED vOirtki, sy j no Q w 1 UamJ -JhaviM, 1 femonamj I; KOOP DAY CARE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Public Nollce Is hereby given that the unedsigned Intends to apply to Ihe Liquor Control Board (or a licence to 1 beer, w ne and liquor by Ihe glass for consump ion only on the licensed portion of Ihe promises in accordance wllh the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Acl and the Regulations made Ihereunder wilh respect lo the fo owing described prlmlses: R. B. INVESTMENTS LTD. GARDEN HOTEL S10-512 TH RD AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Lot 5 and A Block 33 Plan No 4353 conlaincd trailer. 32B-7950. 1MI HUNTERS AND CAMPERS SPECIAL Camperelte for sale. 42] 9'n Ave MALE EMPLOYMENT OTTAWA TENT TRAILER 14 FT., oeci Phnnc 328-63BJ or Cardston, colled. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE locking for steady or permanent work. Try me! Phone 327-7960, camp also a wired Uillty trailer. 33B-7PW, after 6 P.m. seller (or any funcilon, large or small. Phone 327-1821. JONES Passed away suddenly in Edmonton on Monday, September, 27, 1971, licv. Lyle Brian Jones at the age ol 39 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Peggy Jones of. 1055 Lakeway Blvd. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direclors of Funeral Service. NILSSON Funeral service for Harold C. Nilsson, beloved husband ol Mrs. Ivy Nilsson ot 1702 12th Ave. S. who died suddenly in the cily Wednesday, Sept. 22, 1971, at the age of 74 years, was held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, 1D71, in the Stirling LDS Chapel wilh Bishop William Hogenson of-ficialing. Pallbearers were Calvin Brandley, Leonard McKee, Gordon Ogden, Byron and El-drid Nilsson and Myron Eaves. Interment was in the Stirling Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the MEMORIAMS RITCHIE In loving memory of mother, Mary Ritchie, who passed away September 28, 1939. Ever remembered ever loved. Phyllis and families. 1026 ROSr In loving memory IT CCiTi NO MORE TO HAVE THE install your Ezy-liM or rame hilch SAM AND CARL'S WELDING. FARM HELP MARRIED MAN for fei-dlol and qene'iil farm work. Pnone 327-9295, Dave Klassen FOR SALE: MOBILE HOME, doiuxc. Tnree bedrooms, Iwo balh-rDonij. porch, washer and dryer, skirted Blocked and installed on mobile home slip in Fort Macleod, Alberla. Phone 234-3BB1. FEMALE HELP TO LlVH WITH OLDER woman in Fort Macleod. Phone Fort Macleod. PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES TO COME IN WEEK days 3 lo 5 p.m. for Iwo months. Phone 32B-1362. forlhwllh lo Ihe Alberla Liquor Control Board, Edmonton. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberla ,lhis loth day of Seplember, 1971. R. B. INVESTMENTS LTD. NICK RADOMSKY, PRESIDENT. servicing, storage and repair. Pfione 32B-JJ21. BY TWO CHILDREN Reliable babysilter In come in live days a week, Rideau Court. Phsne 333.8252. a dear son and brother, David Gardner Rose, who passed away, September 23, 1967: Three lonely years have passed away since our groat sorrow fell, The shock that we received that day, we still remember well. Our hearts still ache with sadness, our secret tears still flow, For what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely, and everything goes wrong, We seem to hear you whisper, "Cheer up and carry on." CUSTOM-BUILT TRAILERS AND CAMPERS LOKMA INDUSTRIES LTD. HIGHWAY 25 SOUTH PHONE OR 317-8153 PARIS, REPAIRS AND SERVICE Passed away in Pincher Creek on Sunday, September 2G, 1971, Nora Mabel Pard, aged 31 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pard of the Peigan He-serve. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Church on Wednesday, September 29 o I a.m., Rev. G. Fortier officiating. Interment in Brocket Cemetery. Funeral Arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincbcr Creek, C7G43 CHRISTIAN Mailell, of Raymond, passed away in the Crcddock Dislrict at the age of 70 years, beloved brother of Mrs. Tilda Creep of Raymond. Mr. Christian was born in Spanish Fork, Utah on October 29, 1900. He came to Canada in 1903 to Raymond with his parents, Mr. and Mil. John A. Christian. He received his education in the schools at Raymond and had continued lo reside there until the time of his passing. He leaves to mourn Ins passing his sister, Mrs. Stanley (Tilda) Creep of Raymond, and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his six brothers, Einer, John, Nephi, Andrew, Paul and Joe. Funeral services will be held in Raymond Taylor Slake Chapel on "Wednesday, Seplember 29 at 2 p.m., with Bishop Dwayne Hall officiating. Interment will follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7G44 MCCONNELL Leonard Raymond, of Bellevue, passed away in the Crowsnest Pass Hospital, Monday, September 27, 1971, at the age of 51 years. He was born in Swan River, Manitoba, March 20, 1921. The late Mr. McConncll came lo Bellevue in 1955 and has resided there since. He was employed as a truck driver for Summit Lime Works. He was a member of the Crowsncst Lime Workers Union. Survivors include his wife Lucillt ol Bellevue: two sons, James in B.C. and Robert in Cranbrook: two daughters, Mrs. D. (Judy) Workman, Raymond and Mrs. G. (Mona) Chodyka, Blair-more; two brothers and two sisters in British Columbia; his mother, Mrs. Carl Peterson of Chilliwack and six grandchildren. Funeral service will be held in the Bellevue United Church, Wednesday, September 29 at p.m., with Rev. Bob Smith officaiting. Interment to follow in the Passburg Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations will be gratefully accepted for the Dr. E. Aiello Memorial Fund, care of the Crowsnest Pass Hospital, marking donations "in mcm-orv of Leonard Raymond FANTTN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C7646 NATE John Alvin. CAPABLE WOMAN WITH no dependents to work in (arm home. All modern conveniences. Phone EV7-2IBO or box 217, Champion, fT OF ALBERTA DEPARTMENT OF jjjjjjj-r HIGHWAYS ENTERPRISE TRAILERS. CUSTOM built Goose Neck Trailers Irom Wrile: Wilson Enterprises 2601 37th Slreet 5oulh Cranbrook, B.C. FARM GIRL 10 LIVE IN and babysit Iwo children. Also Hah' housekeeping. S130 per monlh. Phone Spar-wood J25-6362, 6 lo 8 p.m. suppose we should've phoned WAITRESS WANT-ed Please apply In person after 6 p.m. at Ihe House of Wong, 251 13lh St. N. MALE -FEMALE HELP PETS AND TRANSPORT SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a.m. Slandard time on Friday, Oclo-ber 15, 1971 for the lollowing work: CONSTRUCTION OF A PRECAST PRESTRESSED CONCRETE GIRDER GRADE SEPARATION STRUCTURE TO CARRY HIGHWAY 21 OVER H GHWAY 14 SOUTH OF SHCR-WOOD PARK Contracts and Speciilcalions may b? oblalned al Ihe Olfice of Ihe Chief Bridge Engineer, Highways Building, Edmonton, Office of Ihe District Fn-gineer. Administration Building, Leth-bridqe, and Office of Ihe Dlslrlcl Engineer, Highways Building, Calgary end will be available only lo Individuals domiciled and operating In Ihe Prov-nce cf Alberla, or to partnerships or corporalions regislered and operating and who have established a fixed place of business in Ihe Province of Alberla. A deposit ot twenty five dollars (S25.00) will be required for each copy of Contract and Specif ica lions laken. Each bid must be accompanied by a marked cheque or bond equal lo Oci of lender. Tenders will be opened in public. The lowesl or any tender not necessarily accepted. L. H. McManus Deputy Minister of Highways and OF THANKS REYNOLDS We would FOR DOWNTOWN RETAIL STORE. APPLICANTS PLEASE STATE EXPERIENCE, REFERENCES, AGE, ETC. WRITE BOX 9B, HERALD. CLIPPING AND GROOM NG. Reasonable. Phone 32B 3763. KINS PRODUCTS REQUIRE Hire" part-lime help, male or female. S2 50 In 53.00 per hour. Phone 327-7796. BUSINESS express our sincere [hanks to the doctors and staff of Ihe Municipal Hospital for the care given my son during his illness. Sincere Lhanks to Rev. Doyle and friends who called ,senl flowers and cards during Ihe loss of a dear father, son and brother. Mary Reynolds and family. 1039 BINNING The family of the late Ben Binning wish to express Iheir sincere appreciation and deepest gratitude to the many relatives, friends and neighbors for the beautiful flower tributes cards and food sent in. A special thanks lo the Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. Lid., Rev. R. L. Crisfield and pallbearers for kindnesses shown to us dunrg tha loss of my husband, our dad and Reserve Your MOTOR HOME NOW! For your winter vacation lo the south Attention Hunters! Special Hunting Season rales are now In effect, Ihrcugh lo December. Low, Lew, Rental Rales. RENT BY WEEK OR MONTH PREBUILT INDUSTRIES LTD. Recreation Renlals 491 din Ave. N. Phone WILLING AND AGGRE5-sive young woman by established men's wear store. Permanent posilion. General duties and clerking. Exper -ence preferred but not essential Apply Box PS, Herald. EDUCATIONAL BAR BUSINESS FOR SALE. Easy terms Health reasons. Wrile Box 96, Herald. SCHOOL AT HOME. CANADA'S leading school. Free brochure. Na-t onnl Co ege, W 6th AVE. 5.E., Calgary and Bill Sherman and family; Jean and Chuck Thomas and family; Hector and Donna Rose Jr. and family. 1025 SEAT RESTAURANT IN good lorallon. Selling for hea th reasons Interested parly wrile Box 39, Herald. WITH PLEASANT VOICE lor telephone work wtfh local firm for approximately live weeks. No experience necessary. Short hours. Apply office 7, above Metropolitan Slore, alter 10 a.m. A DISC JOCKEY Recorder message by Jim Elliot 1311s you how. Phone 323-3636, Columbia School of Broadcasling. 323 51h SI. S. Phone 32B-10J4 RETIRE IN 10 YEARS 9 Office building on 3rd Ave. S. Low down paymenl. Q Terms for 10 years. Two slorey building, 40 X 75. O Parking lol In rear. Phone Frank R BLOCK INCOME TAX COURSE Thousands are earning good money In the field of professional Income iax service. Now, H R Block parley booked OTTAWA (CP) Canada's U heads of governments will meet here Dec. fr8 to discuss unemployment and olher economic and fiscal matters, Prime Minister Trudeau said Monday. He told reporters he tried to arrange an earlier meeting but some premiers did not agree to several October dates he suggested and New Democrat Premier Ed Schreyer of Manitoba was unable to attend November meetings. The dale of the meetings, subject of extensive federal-provincial correspondence over the last several months, was revealed after Mr. Trudeau look an oral swipe in the Commons at Mr. Schreyer, saying he made outrageous statements in a lelter to the prime minister. The prime minister said Mr. Schreyer and New Democrat Leader David Lewis were trying lo score political advantage from the unemployment issue. Mr. Lewis replied that "no one in this House is more adept at political hypocrisy" than Mr. Trudeau. EXTRA MONEY Show Canada's lines' line ol Christmas Cards, Wraps, NoveMies, etc. Over 350 ilems. For free colored catalogue, samples on approval and prompt service- Jeandron Creeling Card Co. Ltd., 1253 King Slreet Easl, Hamlllcn, Ontario. CAN YOU GET THOSE BEAUTIFUL AVON GIFTS? Call yet, become an AVON Reoresenldlive and sell 'hem lo many olhers who want to buy them. CALL NOW 32B-7J2J, OR WRITE MRS. M. 5COTT, 2iti 23rd AVE. S. you ID prepare income lax re-lurns in a special 1? week tuiilon course. C asses conveniently scheduled o acccmmodale working students and housewives. Curriculum includes prac-lice problems, supervised by ex-Der "need Block instructors, Enro Imont Is open !o all ages No orev ou5 Iraining or experience required. CLASSES START MONDAY OCT. 4TH CALL NOW! Roy Aldouf 327-3712 327-8126 evenings H R BLOCK 815 Third Avenue South 14 x 68 Chinook Only Includes; Three bedrooms, 'jlillly ream, luxury furniture and sfisg carpels. SPECIAL: 12 X (0-thrce bedroom TUXEDO MANOR S7.995. Parking spaces guarnnleed to purchasers. West of Lethbrldge on Highway three. COALHURST MOBILE HOMES Phone 327-3744 TIME INCOME Refilling and collecting money 'rom NEW TYPE high-quallly coin-opernUd dispensers in your area. No selling. To quality you musl have car, 1 NOTICE TO TENDER WESTERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT Sealed Tenders for the conslrucllon of one concrete drop strudure, rwo con-crelj check structures, Iwo pipe spillways wilh concrete headwall, and re-laled earlh and olher work will be received al Ihe office of the Western Irrigation District up to p.m. local Slrallimore lime, October fl, 197 The work Includes all labour, material, equipmenl and associated Items required lo conslruct the slruc-ures, except for such material lo be supplied by he Board as herein specl-f ed. Copies of Ihe Drawings and Specllica-ilons may be oblalned from the olfice of the Western Irrigation Dlslrlcl, Stralhmore, Alherla or Ihe office of Ihe rr gallon Capital Works Project Department of Ihe Environment, Room 311, Admin strallon Building, Lelh-bridge, Alberla on or after Seplember 27, 1971, upon deposit- of in cheque, made payable lo the Board of Directors, Western Irrigation District, Tenders musl be accompanied by: A. As Tender Deposit, securily In a minimum amount of of the Tender in ihe form of a Certified Cheque drawn on a Canadian Bank, or a Did Bond, made payable lo the Board of Directors. B. Consent of Surely Form, giving consent of Ihe Surely Company to furnish, unon execulion of Ihe con-tracf, a Performance Bond, and II reauired, a Labour and Materials Bond, each In Ihe amount of cf Ihe conlracl, and in the form prescribed by these Documenls. The lowest or any lender will not necessarily te accepted, Ihe .Board reserving Ihe right to any or tenders. The Board of Directors, The Western Irriqatlon District, Slralhmore, Alberta. MALE HELP FOR PART-TIME JANITOR work. Wrile P.O. Box 116, Lethbridge. hours weekly can nel excellen monlhly Income. Mere full lime For personal interview write CANAPENN DISTRIBUTING LTD., DEPT. D, IfO Bay Si., Suite 205, Toronto 1, Ontario. Include pnone number, Solveig Binning, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Binning, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kunz and grandchildren. CARPENTER Phone 327-5905 or Apply 717 Blh St. S, between 5-7 p.m. OIL LTD. A business opporlunlly as an IMPERIAL OIL LEASEE SERVICE STATION deaer, available m Tra 1, B.C. This stal on has Iwo bays and al-lached restaurant and Is located along Highway 3, east of Trail. 1970 gasoline volume was S2B5.00D. Personal qua lilies I ions should nclude previous business experience, a good underslanding of aulomobi e maintenance or mechanical Iraining, ab ty to manage personnel. Financial requirements Inc ude cap -lal for slock, equipmenl and working capital. Seme oil company financ ng is available. Intcresicd individuals who arc aqgres stylo and energenic are Invited lo send mperial Oil Ltd. 2-28 Soulh, Brh Ave. Cranbrook, B.C. PRESSURE WELDERS WANTED-Please reply to Box ICO, Herald, giv-ng age, experience and salary expected. express our sincere appreciation and deepest gratitude lo the many relatives, friends and neighbors of cur dear son for their kindness for sending cards, flowers, food, donations towards the cemetery-fund. Most of all the words of kindness. Thank you so much Father Macough, Father Rcg-nier, Billy Heavy Runner and the honorary pallbearers and pallbearers. Thank you to Ihe doctors, nurses ar..d staff of the Blood Indian Hospital who gave Iheir wonderful care, kindness and patience to our son during his illness. Thank you Frank Eden of Eden's Funeral Home, Fort Macleod, for his personal kindness. Wilh your words of kindness, you made it easier to bear. A special thanks Lo the old people ol the Blood Reserves for their prayers during his YOUNG MAN OVER 20 lo work al Top's House of Pizza. No experience necessary. Please apply in person. UNITED MOBILE HOME DIVISION Sec the complete homes In 5 a u I r e. Page, Visia Villa and Bell Manor In single and double unlls Examples. Page 2DX-U double wide, three bedroom, fully furnished. As low as S9975. Vista Villa Ihres bedroom. Fully furnished. As low as S9J75. Guaranteed Service ader purchase. Low down payments. Lank rate financing. Trades accepted. Open Sunday afternoon for browsing. Phone 327-0822 or 327-17BO. UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave. and 3rd St. S. MUSIC MAN, BOOKKEEPER for expanding feed mill. Apply In wrlllng staling qualifications and salary expected to Box 2170, Taber LESSONS. O.B BENTSEN, A.N.C.M. 632 21sl ST. S- PHONE Credif Union REQUIRES MANAGER Bankina and credit union Knowledge essential. Must be SEWING AND ALTERATIONS dens. Reasonable. Phone 32E-49H. 173-1 Write P.O. Box 1237, Leihbriclqe staling age, mariial sialus and experience LOST AND COALDALE CURLING RINK TO START OCTOBER 12th Experience an asse! but nol essunlld ons vicinity. Reward. Phcne 329-5B3J. RED TARTAN CHANGE purse aboul 5 in. long. Phone 327-5901 Reward. LOANS Recreation DlrPflor, Box E69, Coaldale or phone 345-37J4, morninas. BROWN FRAME BIFOCALS (granny) at Woolco, Ihe Dallas or Alexandra. Phone 653-3795, Cardslon. MORTGAGE MONEY FOR LFTH BRIDGE AREA EASY TO QUALIFY. CALL CALGARY, HAL KREBS, OFFICE 266-6011; RESIDENCE 252-6863, ANYTIME. APPEARING MAN WITH CAR 'or light delivery nnd collecting. Par! or full time lor approximalely six weeks. Apply otfice seven, upstairs, Melropolllan Building, after 10 i m. SEPT. 11 Lake Road Part of camper ack long silver cylinder wilh base and Phone collect after 6 p.m., 327-30J3 Lethbrldae, or leave al Serge's, Pincher Creek AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1917 Col eqe Mall Phone 328-3331 The widest facility available. We 45 AUTOS Choose casual cotton or silk blend for this lop. Exotic. Moroccan inspired tunic lops cvcrrthinR! Easy waist scams! Pat. 7279: four embroidery motifs, printed pattern Stntc size. SKVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) ndd 15 cents for each pallern for and family. CASH PAID For uwd cars and trucks or will accept consignment. TOWN fc COUNTRY MOTORS PHONE 328-3654 EXPERIENCED SALESMAN For year round steady employment In Ihe furniture trade. No previous lur-nilure experience necessary. Must be able lo meet the public. Wrile box 45, Herald FROM IS05 61 h AVE. N., b onde, male Cocker Spaniel DUD. Answers to Buffy. Phnno 337-J395. recomni for drinking BANFF (CP) tests motorists ceive first or second-class licences. Association members r e-solved that because of increasing accidents with snowmobiles, a special class of operating li'mce is necessary. Appli-canls would have to demonstrate knowledge of maintenance and survival technique. There should be an age re-slriclion for use of such vehicles, and drivers should be made subject to breath analysis tests, the association said. 10 speed gold Monshee bi-cyq e wilh speedometer and chrome fenders. Phone 327-3625. Reward. MASONRY AND 5TUCCO NG, call 377-9655. 47 LIVESTOCK DO POINTING PRIVATE OR commercial. Phone 32H-8543. STOCK COWS FOR CALF SHARE. 150 head approximately. Phone 653-5120, Cardston. DRIVEWAYS AND PAT-ios Prompt service. Phone Ear Johnson, 328-7905. TRAINEES Rapidly expanding retail firm with stores from caast lo coast has immediate openings lor recent graduates to train on Ihe [ob for z'.zrc man-agemenl, Fulure opportunities in home olfice and administrative positions. WE OFFER five year Iraining program Good starling salary holidays life tests for all persons involved in traffic accidents have bce.i recommended by the Albcrla Medical Association. "This would help us get at the problem of the drinking said Dr. George S. Gray of Lethbridge, chairman of the association's committee on the medical aspects of traffic accidcnls. The information would not be used ID prosecute offenders, he said, because it would become part of a confidental medical record. However, il could be used lo provide trealment for those who need il, and a solid statistical base for future programs lo combat n large num-bc. of injuries and deaths believed caused by intoxication. He (old the association's annual convention lhat be favors the lesting of everyone included in injury-producing accidents, including the pedes-rian. The cnmmillce chairman said he is aware of controversy about the consent aspect of fcsls for blood alcohol, but urged the profession lo make a slarl on flic problem. The association also urged that suspended drivers be required lo lake a driver training course before being reinstated. The traffic commillcc said such a program has been "ex-remcly successful" on a trial hnris in Edmonton nnd few drivers who rcqualified have become repeat offenders. Persons known lo use hallucinogenic drugs should bo referral lo special medical attention before Ihoy get driver li ccnccs, Ibc commillcc said, and "flashback" sufferers from such drug use should not DEAD STOCK FREE OF charge LETHBRIDGE RENDERING Phone Lethbrldge; 223-2367, Taber. FLOORS, CONCRETE steps, dr veways; roof shmnling, house remodelling. Phone Joe Caruso, 728-rf.163. Iron Springs. HORSES WANTED ALL and sizes. ALSASK PROCESSORS. Jchn Drewry Phone 328-2911. RIDE FROM COAL-dale, Tuesday and Thursday morning, 5 o' a.m. Phone 345-3768. ESTIMATES ON CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS, palios, retaining walls, floors, c c. Guaranteed workmansh p. Phone C740J MALE A MR. FARMER CUSTOM KILLING and processing. Wholesale meat and liveslock dealers. CITY PACKERS LTD Phone 327-30-18, Lelhbridge gay publication (ealuring cor-Dept. L. M., Box 1H SJat.on 0, Toronto 7, Onlario. STE1NER CEMENT WORK, old hasemenls dug, waler proofing. Insured, tree estimates. Phone in the city on Sunday, Seplemher 26, 1971 at the age of 76 years. Mr. Nate was born in Dingle, Bear Lake 49 MACHINERY ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drlnklnu problem. Phone 227-8049 or 328-3246, dller PATIOS, 5 DEWALKS, rumpus rooms. Finishing, framing, Inrm work Free estimates. Guarantee v.-orkmanship. Phone 3388551. on June lllh, 1095. The family came to Canada in 1900 settling in Stirling. Then later homesteaded near the Independence School in the New Dayton area. lie had farmed in Ihe Wrcntham district since and retired some 10 years ago and moved into LclhbridRC, where he was residing at the time of his passing. lie leaves to mourn his passing, one daughter, Mrs. Fay Kuzmar and one son. Dennis, both of Calgary; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild; three sisters, Mrs. John (Phyllis) Peterson of Stirling, Mrs. Eugene (Ethel) Secly of Alder Flats and Mrs. Ardclla Bennett of Magrafh; one brother, Glenden of Magralh. lie was predeceased by his parents, four sisters and two brothers. Funeral services will be held in Ihe 10th Avenue L.D.S. Chanel on Wednesday, September 29th at p.m., with Bishop Itucdon Sclk officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Ccmclcry. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from until prior lo the service in Ihe Relief Society room ol Ihe church. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations may be made lo the Canadian Cancer Sociely (409 Canada Trusl DldR.) CIIRIS-TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu-ncrnl Service. 9N FORD OR FORD FERGUSON fraclor wilh Iront-end manure bucket. Stale price and condition. Box 67 J, Coaldale. SERVICES AND REPAIRS CHIMNEY, FIRE-place, cement, brick, pa nl ng nnd rooting Rcnovalions and house raising. 328-1055. 50 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate seals, rioters, etc. Same-dfiy Service. 1733 2nd Ave. S. Phono 32B-51U Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Dmitry A. Zhdanov, G3. a leading Soviet anaiomist and president of Ihe World Association of Anatomists. Out. Mercheri Daman. 54, a diplomatic officer in Ihe Indian high commissioner'.-, office at Ottawa, of injuries received in a car accident, Sir Douglas Copland, 77, a leading Australian economist and a onetime ambassador lo Canada. nrthlclicm. Pa Lawrence A. Gipson, 90, Pulitzer Prize winner and professor emeritus of history at Lcihigh University. BUILDING, CEMENT warK and sluccoinq. Andennn find Sorenson Ccnstruclio'n, 1020 7lh Ave. S. Phone 327-66B2. WANTED GARAGE DOOR. PHONG 327-971i be prepared to relocate grade XII given lo college graduates APPLY -S. S. KRESGE CO. LTD. 4th Ave. 6th Street 327-4155 C SALES AND SERVICE. SER-v ccs on all makes ol washers and dryers, automatic or conventional. Also a sma 1 appliances, lawn mowers, irons, vacuum cleaners, P'C No ioh loo larqc or too small. WANTED 19S1 JEEP FLATHEAD molor for parls. Phnne 32S-7642. WINDOWS AND DGCRS. NO MA NTENANCE NO CHANG ING PHONE JONES ROOFING, WANTED STOCK WATERING dams and dug-outs lo conilrutl. W II lake grain lor partial paymenl. Phone Trotter Construction, 23J-20B7, Fort Mflrleod. AND R BUILDERS AND FIN 5H-ERS Rumpus rooms, nterior tlecnrallng, cupboards, 1 nished car-p c n 1 c r work, fireplaces, grragos. Phonn 328-9879. LL HAUL JUNK. FREE HiTI ma a-. Phone 337-2J3B. SCRAP STEEL CAST 'RON COPPER Brans Radiators Battens VARZARI IRON LTD. SCRAP YARD, 33DB 2nd Avft. N. Phone 328-9342. GROUND MANURE PACK ed in p astic hags, si. 50 each. For tree delivery phone 337-9530. LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CLUB LICENCE Public notice h hereby given Ihnl Ihe ROYAL CANADIAN LEG ON, BRANCH NO. 193 Club Intends ID ,ipply lo The Alberla Liquor Conlrol Board for club liquor licence to sell 1 quor ny inr mass lo members thereof for eonsumpi on on Iho following described ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION, BRANCH NO- 193 VAUXHALL, ALBERTA SOUTH HALF