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Isobar ar the A at faint jiey liiKl LEGEND: Weather The i Lake rH0v i "0T Hi 30 Lost found. LOST 17th Ave. 35th Street S.W., party color, brown and white 7 -monthold puppy, Peke and terrier cross, no collar. Missed terribly. Re-ward.

283-6381 anytime. 1000)0 LOST: Silver charm bracelet, with charms, July 11, Holiday Inn. Sentimental value. Reward. Donna, 244-2883.

M028IS LOST Male Siamese cat, 10 yrs old, in Renfrew district 262-5066 after 5 p.m. (reward). I0295O LOST: 3 yr. old Sorreil Geldinq, white blaze. N.E.

area. 274-4117 262-4029. Reward. M1053O LOST Siamese cat in the vicinity of Woodland Crescent, Willow Park. An-swers to "Dusty" 271-3789.

K0483N LOST BLACK CAT, BRAESIDE AREA. CALL 252-2J32. M0239O LOST: female Siamese, about 2 weeks ago. Hlllhurst area. 263-5622- N0278Q LOST Brown and white Collie cross, answers to Buffy.

N0242P LOST white toy poodle, license 8926, green collar. Reward. 271-5744. O0667Q CALGARY Herald Telephones City Carrier Delivery 244-I941 Classified Want Ads 269-4911 All Other Departments 269-6211 Herald Box Replies I hattfert may call 2f-MM fin lit If there art any realm meir advertisement Mdnday mrcugh Friday to p.m. Nights; Sundays and Holidays Editorials and News 266-141? Authoriied as second class mail.

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Went Ad Information PHONE 269-4911 Friendly efficient Ad-Visors are at your service for Want Ads taken up to 5 p.m. weekdays and 1 p.m. Saturdays for the next publishing day. Corrections and cancellations taken til 9:00 p.m. weekdays and 6 00 p.m.

Saturdays, for the next publishing day. Open every day at a.m. (except Sundays). SYNOPSIS: Sunny skies and warm temperatures are forecast for all regions for the next two days. A few showers will develop over northern Alberta and northeast B.C.

in the late afternoon today and Friday with possibly a few thundershowers in the Peace region. Calgary forecast Today and Friday sunny. High 80 to 85. Low overnight near 50. CALGARY TEMPERATURES: Maximum yesterday, 82; minimum yesterday, 55; maximum a year ago, 70; average maximum since 1941, 77; average minimum since 1941, 48; overnight minimum, 58.

At 9 a.m. today Temperature, 60; winds, calm; airport barometer, 28.45; aneroid barometer, 30.10; precipitation, nil; sunrise, 5:43 a.m.; sunset, 9:42 p.m. Air pollution index at 8 a.m. today, peak high over the last 24 hours, 67. Edmonton, Red Deer Today and Friday.

sunny. High "near 80 both days. Lows overnight near 55. Lethbridge, Medicine Hat Today and Friday sunny. High 85 to 90 both days.

Low overnight near 55. Banff Today and Friday cloudy periods with light High near 70 both days. Low overnight near 50. URGENT MESSAGES JULY 18, 1974 The following people, believed to be vacationing in the Calgary area, are asked to call RCMP Calgary (Phone 276-5561) regarding an urgent family matter. Loran Nachiaro and John Sing, both from New Jersey.

Edberf Wichman, from Oregon, U.S.A. Donald Woods, from Ontario. Elizabeth Ann Johnson, from Altadana, Calif. (Prepared by the Federal Department of Environment) Showing the weather situation across the West today Temperatures and Precipitation ALBERTA CANADA Hi Low Prec. Hi Low Piec.

McMurray 71 53 Victoria 66 57 .05 Whitecourt 75 46 Vancouver 66 59 .14 Edmonton 76 49 Kamloops 75 61 .01 Vermilion 77 50 Swift Current 90 62 68 5 .01 Prince Albert 77 58 Red Deer 77 49 Saskatoon 80 58 Coronation 89 54 Moose Jaw 94 66 Banff 71 56 Regina 91 61 Medicine Hat 91 57 Winnipeg 89 65 Tr. Lethbridge 85 58 White River 66 60 .01 Calgary 82 58 Thunder Bay 74 56 .09 Toronto 75 63 .04 Ottawa 74 63 Montreal 76 65 Frederic-ton 79 53 Charlottetown 74 56' St. John's Nfld. 64 47 .13 Yellowknife 69 52 Inuvik 84 57 Deaths CROWTHER July 16. 1974, aged 79.

Mrs. Dorothy Esther Crowther 1717 Taylor Street, Victoria, B.C. widow of O. W. Crowther and beloved mother of daughters Joan Crowther, Edmonton and Mrs.

R. W. (Eilleen) Vole, Ottawa and son Edward Crowther, Calgary. Services at McCALL Brothers Funeral home Monday July 11 at 11 a.m. Interment Victoria, B.C.

Flowers gratefully declined. O9010 GROBERMAN July 17, 1974, Bar-net (Barney) Groberman 2207 Amherst St. S.W. after a lengthy illness. Born in Manchester, England he came to Calgary in 1912.

He was active in the business world as president of5ykes Imperial Furniture Co. and the Neil-son's Furniture Co. Ltd. as well as numerous community endeavors. He was a 50 year member and oast presi dent of the B'nai B'rith Lodge as well as a charter member and past president of the Beth Israel Synagogue.

He was predeceased by his wife Rose In 1962. He is survived by one son Harold Samuel Groberman, a daughter Mrs. Ben (Annabelle) Gurevitch, a sister Mrs. Edith Jacques and a brother Myer Groberman all of Calgary. Also 9 grandchildren, and a great granddaughter.

Funeral services will be, conducted from the Jewish Memorial Chapel (17 Ave. at Scarboro) Thursday afternoon at 5:00 p.m. Interment Jewish Cemetery. In lieu of flowers if friends so desire donations may be made to the Canadian Heart Fund, 2011-10 Ave. S.W.

Calgary -Chevra Kadisha in charge of funeral arrangements. O9019' JOHNSON July 16, 1974. Matilda Patricia Johnson, aged 31 years, Banff. Services and interment at Williams Lake. B.C.

Forwarding arrangements in car of JACQUES Funeral Home. O9011 JONAS July 17, 1974, George Jonas aged 84 years. Further announcements by Jacques Funeral Home. MAYHEW July 16, 1974, Mr. James Cecil Mayhew, aged 75 years, of the Crossbow Auxiliary Hospital.

Mr. Mayhew is survived by three brothers, Lyman, Detroit, Charles, Penticton, B.C. and Arthur, Calgary and four sisters, Mrs. Lillian Mc-Credie, Calgary, Mrs. Verna Cuthbert-son, Mrs.

Olivs Lsvcup and Mrs. Ethel Biglow, all of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Pri-vate services at THE GARDEN CHAPEL (Foster Funeral Home), 540 16 Ave. N.W. on Friday at 1 p.m.

Rev. J. L. Pottruff of Riverview United Church officiating. Interment Mountain View Memorial Gardens.

289-1944. O9012 NUNEMAKER (McAndrews). July 16. 1974, Mrs. Winnifred Nunemaker, aged 69 years, formerly ot ju Street S.W.

beloved mother of Mr. Bryan McAndrews, Calgary, Mr. Gordon McAndrews, Edmonton, and Mr. Walter McAndrews, R.R. 2, Caloary.

She Is also survived by ten grandchildren; one qreat grandson; a sister, Mrs. Eva Benstead; a brother, Herbert Emery, and also by Mrs. Sadie Emery, all of Calgary. She was predeceased by her first husband Joseoh Lambert McAndrews in 1952 and by her second husband Albert Nunemaker in 1962. Born in Manchester, England, she came to Canada in 1912 and resided at Calgary since.

She was a member of Holy Name Catholic Church. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Holy Name Calholic Church (2223 34 Street S.W.) Friday, 10:00 a.m. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. LEYOEK'S Funeral Homes Directors of Services.

O9001 PLATT July 16, 1974, Mrs. Mary Helen, aged 97 years, of Olds. Funeral services will be held from the Olds United Church Friday, July 19, at 10:30 a.m. Interment Olds Cemetery. If friends desire, memorials may be given to the Olds United Church.

MOUNTAIN VIEW Funeral Chapels entrusted with arrangements. O9002 PICKFORD July 16. 1974, Mabelle beloved mother of Helen Williamson and Betty Duncan. Remains donated to the University of Calgary. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to: Medical Reserach Fund, Medical Research Dept.

University of Calaary. O9013 SEGSTRO July 16, 1974, Cornells, aged 72 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Elisabeth Segstro of 405 27 Ave. N.W. Also survived by their daughters Mrs.

Berthold (Anne) Raugust, Calgary, 3 sons, Jan, Calgary, MarcelTe, Winnipeg, Wynand, Edmonton. 10 grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Antoin (Nel) van Boe Schoten, a brother Ger-rit Segstro, Calgary. Mr. Segstro was a life member of No'thmfnster United Church and was very active in the choir.

Services conducted by the Rev. Paul Tilieman Friday, 3:30 p.m. at Northminster United Church (3311 Centre St. CY FOSTER -GOODER Funeral Service in charge of arrangements. Phone 289-S577.

Interment Mountain View Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Northminster United Church. O9014 VANDERMEER July 15. 1974, Catherine, aged 78 years, beloved wife of Peter Vandermeer, 5515 21 St. S.W.

Prayers at "The Little Chapel on the Corner" (JACQUES Funeral Home) this evening at 7:00 p.m. Funeral Mass at St. James Church (5504 20 St. S.W.) Friday at 10:00 a.m. O9015 YEE July 17, Yee Pak Him, aged 80 years, beloved father of Mr.

Fong Yei Yee, and -father-in-law of Mrs. June Yee and dear grandfather of Duncan Yee. 2616 33 Street S.W. passed away suddenly at the residence. He is also survived by a daughter, Mrs.

Chong Kim Fong and two grandchildren and a brother, Yee Pak Thick in China. He was predeceased by his wife, Yee Chan Shee in 1943. Born in Canton, China, he came to Canada in 1919 to Vancouver, B.C. shortly after came to Calgary and then moved to Kimberley, B.C. where he resided until returning to Calgary in 1949.

He was engaged in the Laundry and Restaurant businesses for many years, retiring in 1963. He was a member of the Yee Fong Toy Tpng Association. Services at LEYDEN'S "Chapel of Remembrance" Monday, July 22, 1974, at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. Dr.

John W. S. Kong of the Chinese Pentecostal Church officiating. Interment Chinese Cemetery. O9017 IF YOU REALLY 15 Stockholm 66 59 Tokyo 79 72 July 1-31 Temperature above normal (30-year average means 61.8) Precipitation below normal (30-year oyer age: Rain 1.50; snow for total of 1.50) Normal sunshine for July is 317 hours.

COUNTER SERVICE Courteous personalized service available to advertisers at The Herald Building, main floor, Monday through Friday Irom 1:30 a.m. to 5. 00 p.m. ORDER BY MAIL Country advertisers receive the same individual attention as city residents. Classified Ads may be placed by mail, by telephone or telegram.

DEADLINES CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADS 4 P.M. The Day Prior to Publication, Monday-Friday Classified Ads received before 5 p.m. (I p.m. Saturday) may be inserted the following publication day. Death Notices, Cards of Thanks.

In Memoriam, Birth Notices, Lost and Found Ads 1:30 a.m. morning of publication. Wait Ad Rates Deaths WAY July 16, 1974, George Calvin Way, aged 50 years, Airdrie. Services ano interment at Moose Jaw, sask. Forwarding arrangements in care of JACQUES Funeral Home.

09016 20 Cards of Thanks Tl OrTbeniTrof danfs of Margaret May Tink, who passed away July 10, 1974, I wish to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation of the loving care and kindness shown by the staff at the Bowview Nursing Home to our late mother, grandmother and sreatgrandmnther. Also to the doctors who attended rer for the past few years. Gordon Tlrk. 001970 25 In Memoriam ANDERSEN Klaus. In loving memory of our dear "Papa" who passed away July 18,1972.

"What would I give to clasp his hand. His happy face to see. To hear his voice and see his smile That meant so much to me. Sadly missed by granddaughter Den-ice, John, great-grandsons Darcy and Cary. O0444O BEISEL In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Dave, who passed away July 17, 1973.

"A cheerful smile, a heart of gold. One of the best this world could Never selfish, always kind. Those are the memories you left behind." Always remembered and sadly missed, his wife Mary, and family. 002170 D'ARCY, Edith In loving memory of mother who passed away July 18th, 1970. Always remembered by son Ron.

006350 EALES: In loving memory of my dear husband Reg who passed away July 18, 1965. How short the days when we were together. How long the hours since you' went away. Always remembered wife Mary. 003410 FISHER In loving memory of a wonderful son, Barclay Lyiaah, who passed away July 18, 1972.

You were more precious to those who loved you. Than life itself. You were our babes. Nothing can erase the memories of your sweetness and gentleness. You were a blessing and gift to all who shared your love.

Greatness became you like sunshine on a summer day. We will think of you as often as rivers flow and birds sing. Sadly missed by all who knew and loved him. 000560 RICE In loving memory of John, husband and father who passed away July 18, 1972. Nothing can ever take away The love a heart holds dear.

Fond memories linger every day, keeps him near. Grace, Tony and Steven. 001370 WARD In loving memory of mother Hannah Ward, July 18, 1965. "To hear your voice and see your smile. To sit with you and talk a while.

To be together in the same old way. Would be our dearest wish today. You toiled so hard for those you loved. You said goodbye "to none. Your spirit flew before we knew.

Your work on earth was done. Remembered with love: Cathy, Bob and family, Vi and family. Jim and family, Ernest and family 006560 30 Lost Found LOST 16 St. 34 Ave. S.W.

Brown leather wallet containinq very impor tant keep. Reward. 261-6341 days; 243- 1825 evgs. Ask tor Juison N0378T LOST: Fairview area, black male cat, one year old. Has one white whisker on face, answers to Kitty.

Phone 276-5695 N0413P FOUND: POINTER GRAY WHITE WITH BLACK MARKINGS. BROWN -LEATHER COLLAR. FEMALE. M0578O LOST Gold plated bracelet, City Centre July 11th. Sentimental value.

Reward. Call collect, 213-923-9266. N1013T LOST: Red Point Male Siamese cat; Answers to "Nicky" (name on collar). July 14, between Golden and Calgary. Reward.

288-4889. M0646S LOST full laundry bag, blue striped, 2 maroon sleeping bags highway 2 North, Calgary to Edmonton. 1-467-6157 collect. N0225Q LOST: Craftsman socket set. Alta-dore area.

July 13. Reward. 2434507. N0728Q FOUND. Silver black-glasses.

Bob Edwards playground, Marlborough, N.E. 272-7225. N0730P LOST Sunday night. 'Yellow-orange male cat. Mount Royal.

244-6667. N0486Q LOST Black American Spaniel. Varsity Estates. Reward. Children's Pet.

271-3262. J02227P LOST 35 mm camera, 1 mile this side of Clearwater beach at campsite Reward. 255-6048. N0724T LOST. Ladies gold watch.

McMahon Stadium Saturday evenina. 274-5957." M0339P LOST: Yearling white-faced heifer, Springbank, 4 ml. west of city. 242-9182 or collect 1-678-5212. O0382Q LOST: Double sized mattress on 26 Ave.

S.W. or Sarcee Trail. 286-1071. O0394P BLUE FRAME GLASSES. CALL AFTER- 6:30.

283-2527. M0647S LOST Irish setter pup, male, northeast Cash reward. 269-3506, 263-4610. N0461T FOUND Part yellow lab, male. Phone 271-6887 after 6 p.m.

006690 LOSt female pup 4 months, black-rust marking. Ogden. 279-4140. O0668Q WANT TO SELL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PER LINE PER DAY row may cancel at amy tme before p.m. weekdays; 1:3 a.m.

i p-m. Sat-, Sundays Closed. 15 I IHigh LLow Pressure peeted Movement Stationery Front Prcssurt Centre Worm Front1 Upper Front UNITED STATfca Hi Low Prec. Great Falls 96 61 Spokane 78 61 Denver 91 58 .02 Angeles 80 64 Vegas 102 77 Phoenix 106 85 Miami 87 79 Chicago 90 73 Tr Minneapolis 92 72 Francisco 63 56 WORLD .02 Athens 99 to Rome 72 Paris 70 57 London 64 55 Berlin Amsterdam Brussels 73 57 66 54. 66 5t Madrid 86 61 Moscow 64 59 15 Deaths BATSCH July 17, 1974, Mrs.

Freda Batsch of 526 4th Ave. N.E. Resting at THE GARDEN CHAPEL (Foster Funeral Home), 540 16 Ave. N.W. 289-1944.

O9O03 BOISJOLI July 17, 1974, Ovilla. aged 82 years, of 642 McDougall Road N.E. Announcements later by Mc-HUGH and TIGHE Funeral Directors. Phone 276-2296. O9C04 CHALCRAFT July 16.

1973, Mrs. Mary Euphemia (Una) Chaicraft, aoed 81 years, of 611 11 Ave. N.E. Mrs. Chaicraft is survived -by a son, William maple Ridge, B.C.

and a daughter, Mrs. (Wilma) Binns, Hamilton, Ontario; five qrandchildren and three ireat qrandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Francis in March, 1920 and a dauah-ter, Mrs. Helen Duncan in April, 1973. Services at THE GARDEN CHAPEL (Foster Funeral Home), a40 16 Ave.

N.W. on Friday -it .1 p.m. Rev. Frank Lewis of High River United Church officiating. Interment Union Cemete-y.

289-1944. O9006 CHRISTOPHERSON July 17, 1974, at Golden, B.C., Michael, aged 10 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. John Christopherson, Prince Albert, Sask. Services and Interment at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Forwarding arrangements care of LEYDEN'S Funeral Homes Ltd. O9007 CHUTE July 16, 1974, Donald John, beloved husband of Mrs. Catherine M. (Kay) Chute of Suite 203, 320 Cedar Cres. S.W., beloved father of Michael tf Edmcnton, Duncan pnd Donald, both of Calgary, Mrs.

(Patricia Anne) Colver and Miss Linda Chute, both of Calgary, passed away in a local hosrital following a Isnafhy illness, at the age of 53 vears. Also S'irvivinq are his mother, Mrs. Anasta-sia Chute of Edmonton; a brother, Mr. J. w.

(Jack) Chute of Calga-y and several nieces and nephews. Born in Edmonton, Mr. Chute had nee.i aso ciated with the Oil Industry lor the past 0 years and had lived in a'ary for 12 years being a partner the firm. Tri union Resources Ltd. He was a member of the Petroleum Lard-men's Association and of St.

Michael's Church. Parishioners and friends will kindly meet for prayers in Mie "Perk Memorial Chapel" 1503 I St. S.W. this evenina at 7:30 p.m. Funsral Moss will be celebrated in St.

Michaels Church (4720 Worcester Dr. S.W.) Friday morning at II a.m. MclNNIS and HOLLOWAY Ltd. Funeral Directors. Interment In St.

Mary's Cemetery. O9008 CLUBB July 15. 1974, at Creston B.C. Harold Lewis aged AO years. Beloved husband of Mrs.

Jean Lois Clubb. of RR No. 6 Calgary. Born in Saskatoon, he had resided in Calgary most of his life. Mr.

Clubb had been employed with McGavins Tostmaster for the oast 38 years and served overseas with the B.C. Regiment. Besides his wife he is rurvived by his son Randall and a daughter Wendy, both of Caloary. His- paients Mr. and Mrs.

Lewis Clubb and a brother James all of Saskatoon. Se-v-ices at The Garden Chapel (Foster Funeral Home) 540 16 Ave. N.W. Thursday at 4:15 p.m. Rev.

Paul Tilieman of Northminster United Church i-fficiat-ing. Internment Queen's Park O9009 DVORKIN July 17, 1974 David Abraham Dvorkin of Calgary, well known member of the Calgary Jewish Community, passed away in 4 local hospital at the age of 98 years. Born in Gomel, Russia he came to Canada in 19'tO. He was a founding member of the Shaarey Tzedec Synagogue and of the Chevra Kadisha Funeral Chapel, and for 44 years was president and member of the Board of The Catoary, Hebrew School. He was a member fhe B'nai Brith Society and for 50 years was a member yf the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.

He was pre- deceased by his wife Rose Elizabeth Dvorkin and is survived by 5 sons. 3 daughters, 1 18 grandchildren ana rjrea? granocnitoren. services will be held in the Jewish Memorial Chapel this afternoon at 3:30 P.M. Calgary Chevra Kadisha funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements. 09018 FREEBORN Lt.

Col. Frederick Rooerts M.C. CO. in hospital on Sunday July 14, 1974, Lt. Col.

F. Roberts (Bob) Freeborn formerly of Calgary, Alberta, presently of Ottawa, Ontario. Beloved husband of Betty Margaret, dear father of Susan. Richard and Jay, all at home. Beloved son of Mrs.

A. V. Freeborn of Borden, Ontario and the late S. G. Freeborn of Calgary.

Brother of Mrs. E. A. Green (Betty) of Borden. Ontario.

James of Edmonton, Atberta, Bruce cf Catoary, and John of Yakima, Washington, U.S.A. ad more Stewart Funeral Home. Ottawa, Ontario in charge of arrangements. Service will be held today at the C.F.B. Ottawa (Rockcliffe) Protestant Chapel.

Cremation. In lieu of flowers donaifons to the Canadian Cancer Society (Research) would be appreciated. O9000 kr' Precipitation ind rection 'Cold Front jmj. in youth's death Witnesses said the boy ran into a burning shed to retrieve his bicycle and firemen who arrived at the scene said there was nothing they could do to save him. At the time of the fire there were complaints that the firemen were slow in setting up their equipment and in fighting the fire.

Announcements Births KATYI Many thanks to a wonderful wite. Andre and Danieta are proud to announce the arrival of their son, Richard Anthony, on July 17 1974 weighing 8 lbs I 3oz. The proud grandoarents are Mr. and Mrs. A.

Katyi and also Mr. and Mrs. J. wieczerzak of Poland. To Calgary General Hospital Staff Thank you 010850 GILLESPIE David and Gayle (nee Carmichaet) are pleased to announce the birth of their second daughter) Natosha Marie, born July 6, 1974.

Many thanks to Staff at Foothills Hospital. Insured. 005200 15 Deaths 6R0WKE July 17. 1974 Bertha Maud beloved mother of Mr. Mi Hard O.

Kemp 3A20 St. S.W. Dear grandmother Mr. Edwin W. Kemp, Caloary.

Also surviving are three great granddaughters. Bom at Brownsville, Missouri. Mrs. Browne came to Atberta in 1914 where she lived in the Edmonton-Stoney Plain districts for many years. She moved to Calgary in 196.

She was predeceased by her husband Edward in Funeral services will be conducted by ever and $. j. Wylie from Park Me-w it Chaoel (1503 4th St. S.W.) Friday afternoon at 2 o.m. Cremation.

MclMN'3 HOLLOWAY Ltd Funeral Directors. Friends kindly amit ffower. Caveside services Tetd -n me Cdmnton Cemetery Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. OWOi Los Las San i i Number 7 of Words Day Days Days Up to IP" 1.50 4.24 7.00 "TT 15 1.74 6.36 1050 16 20 2.32 8 4a 14.00 21 2 2.90 10.60 17.50 26 30 3.41 12.72 21.00 Long-Range SOUTHERN CROSS Australian 12-metre yacht for racing at the Newport crew hopes to have the boat in the water in a couple more-days and start trials for the pending America's Cup racing this summer. (AP Wirephoto) Outlook BEING FITTED OUT.

The Southern Cross is fitted out shipyard in Newport. The PAGE 37 Silver Dollar Bingo. Bowness Com-nvnity e.l:re, 45 71 Si. N.W. every Fri.

7:45 p.m. Nickel Bingo 6:30 p.m. Everyone over 16 welcome. Bingo every Thursday, Winston Heights Mountview Community, 27 Ave. 4th Street N.E., 7:45 p.m.

Progressive iackpot, 25 games in ail. Penny Bingo 7 p.m. Royal Canadian Legion. No. 264.

Kensington 18th St. N.W. Bingo every Thursday, 7:45. games $20 3 games $50. 1 game, S2O0.

5 Snowoatt starting at $20. $1 Lucky Ball cards, S2. Nickel Bingo, 6:45. No children under 16- Bingo. Triwood Community Hall.

2244 Chicoutimi Drive N.W. every Friday. 7:45 p.m. Admission 6 cards $2. New program More money Snow-osll 5 increasing -jl per week until won.

Triwood special now 5 numbers and $770 increasing SiO weekly. No children under 16. Bingo O.L.P.H. Hall every Friday 625 4th Ave. N.E.

7:30 p.m. Offering S1.3C0 in prizes, $500 iackpot in 57 numbers. 6 cards for $2. extra 3 for SI. tveryone 16 and over welcome.

Kinoo "bonus blackout bingo every Sat. on CFCN TV $10,000 in numbers or less. $9,000 in 50 numbers, S8000 in 51 numbers, etc. To minimum prize of $3,000 in 56 or more numbers. Cards $1.

Available at Participating Drug Stores. Bingo Oranoe Hall 303 S'. N.W. Friday 7:45 p.m. 6 cards includes 3 nickel jackets.

Bonanza and snowball games. Minimum age 16 years. FRIDAY morning and afternoon Bi-igo 1435 Ave. S.E. Oddfeiiows Hall Morning bigo 9:45 Nickel 9 o'clock Regular afternoon Bino 1:73 Nicket Bingo 12 oCtock.

O108W The Herald THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1974 Coming events -Announcements appearing in the Coming Events column are charged S3. 20 for the first 6 lines or liiss and Sec for eaih additional line or portion thereof. MINIMUM CHARGE 4 and 7 day rates are for consecutive insertions. Alter 30 words ads are measured. Name, address, phone number and box number counted as part of ad.

Five 6 letter words equal to one line, initials count as one word. Abbreviations count as one word. Figures in groups of five or less, count as one word. Hyphenated words count as two. Ads set all in 6 point caps count FOUR 5 letter words to a line.

Box number service charge S2.00. ANNOUNCEMENTS Births, death notices, in memoriamj, cards of thanks, coming ot age minimum charge of 13.20 for tint lines or less, each additional line or portion thereof per insertion Deadline 30 a.m. morning of publication. ALL ADS RESTRICTED TO PROPER CLASSIFICATION The Herald will appreciate having its attention drawn to an advertisement not conforming to the highest standards of honesty. CORRECTIONS AND CANCELLATIONS must be made before the second in-sertion.

Allowance can be made tor only one incorrect insertion. Cancellations and corrections accepted lor next publication day up I p.m.. 6 p.m. Saturday. Sunday closed.

When cancelling your ad Insist on receiving a "KILL NUMBER" as a record ot your cancellation. No allowance or adjustment can be made without it. CONFIDENTIAL SERVICE When replying to box numbers there may be ctrftin firms or individuals to whom you do not wish your reply sent. If this is the case, simply address your application to the boa number in the advertisement and attach a list of such names. Place bom in a separate envelope addressed to: "CONFIDENTIAL SE VICf CALOARY HtRALO ADVERTISING Rules end Regulations The Herald reserves the right to classify ads under appropriate headings and to set rates therefore and to determine page location.

The Herald reserves the right to revise, edit, classify or reiect any advertising, and to retain any answers directed to the Herald Box Service, ard to repay the customer the sum paid tor the advertisement and box rental. If is agreed by fhe advertiser requesting space mat the liability at The Herald in the event of failure publish an advertisement or In the event ot an error appearing in the advertisement as published shall be limited So me amount paid by the advertiser for only one -incorrect insertion tor the portion of fhe advertising space occupied by fmf incorrect or omitted item only- and mat there shall be no liability in any -event greater man the amount pe4 lor such advertising Ail claims a errors advertising must be received by the publisher withwi JO days after me first pubtica-lion. All advertising is svbiecf so approval ot the Publisher. 269-491 1 Firemen cleared MONTREAL (CP) Fire Commissioner John Mc-Dougall Wednesday absolved firemen of any responsibility for t2 dsatb of a 10-year-old following a public inquiry fctD the qauses of a fire irt the city's east-end June 27. The inquiry also concluded that the exact cause of the in which Rens Meunier died could not be determined but criminal action was ruled out.

The fire commissioner said allegations of sloppy work by firemen, who were waging a work-to-rule campaign at the time, cculd be raised but he "I know the firemen did their best." Deaths Canadian Press) RENO. Nev. Jay Hanna (Dizzy) Dean, 63, a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, of a heart attack. MONTREAL Col. Maurice Forget, 75.

a prominent Montreal stockbroker and brother of Senator Therese Casgrain, after a lengthy illness. BUENOS AIRES David Kreiselburd, 62. owner of the newspaper El Dia and head of the Argentinian news service Noticias Argentinas. in a shootout between police and his kidnappers. North Hill Eagles bingo, Thursday at thorncliffe Community Hall, 5600 Centre St.

N. Doors open, a p.m. Nickel Bingo 6:30 7:45. 2 bonanzas. Over $1,000 to be won each night admission 6 cards 24 games including bonanza.

Bingo every Friday afternoon. 1:30 Victoria Community Hall, corner 15th Ave. and 3rd Street S.E. No children under 16. Everyone welcome.

Calgary North Hill Lions "Lingo" at Moose Hall, 301 10th Street N.W. every Thursday evening at 7:5 p.m. 'Penny bingos from 7 o.m. to 7:30 p.m. Twenty two games.

Two $50 jackpots, one special blackout game starting at 5500. One progressive 5 ball game starting at $200. One free $75. Jackpot plus a bonanza game 6 cards for $2. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

No children under 16. Alt proceeds for community betterment. On color TV will be given away on fhe T.V. Maxi Bonanza at The North Hill Eagles, Thursday binoo at Thorncliffe Community Hall, 5600 Centre St. N.

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