The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on February 25, 1961 · 20
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Saturday, February 25, 1961
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f PARE TWENTY- Conservation law infractions down Natural resources minister A. G. Kuziak told the legislatures public accounts committee Friday the departments vigorous conservation information program, which in the last fiscal year cost $126,828, has been responsible for a decline in the number of conservation law infractions. In reply to Liberal leader Ross Thatcher, who questioned the expenditure, Mr. Kuziak said keeping the public well informed of the p r o v i n c e s resources is an important phase of the departments work. He said It improved farmer-hunter relations and generally tended to reduce friction and problems with the public. "This is Important, Mr. Kuziak said. Mr. Thatcher said, however, that if the government wants to tighten up its budget, "this Search irks Nikitas kin STEYNING, England (Reuters) Nikita Khrushchevs son-in-law angrily charged Friday that 31 Soviet students visiting Britain "had their luggage searched and scattered all over their rooms at a London hotel Thursday night. "Is this the way that Great Britain works for peaceful coexistence? asked Aleexei Ad-nibei, editor of the Soviet government newspaper Izvestia and the husband of one of Khrushchevs daughters. Adzubei made the charge before a British-Soviet conference here. In London, Scotland Yard detectives said they had received "no complaint regarding any such incident and the students London hotel disclaimed any knowledge of it. might be the place to make some cuts. He observed that in addition to the $128,628 expenditure chalked up by the Conservation Information Service, conservation administration cost an additional $169,208 during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1960. Mr. Kuziak indicated both expenditures were necessary. "Problems with the people are dropping due to this information and this is important, he said. At this mornings public accounts session, Liberal and CCF members also approved last year's $79,442 cost of operating the Museum of Natural History in Regina. THE LEADER-rOST, REGINA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 35, 1961- Lost Certificate of Title To whom it may concern: Notice ia hereby given that, proof having been produced of the accident a) loea of Duplicate Certificate of Title No 34 BOS issued to Tom Beadon Cook on the eighteenth day of August, 1 949, foe Lota 6 and 7, Block 32. North. Annex, Regina, Plan No. AY 5450, tn the Province of Saskatchewan, I intend under and by virtue of the provisions of Section 80 of the Land Titles Art 1960 after the expiration of four weeks from the first publication of this advertisement, to issi a fresh Duplicate Certificate to the said Tom Beadon Cook in lieu of the one ao alleged to have been lost. Dated at the Land Titles Office for the Regina Land Registration District at Regina this fifteenth day of December. I960. E. 9 COLLINS, Registrar. 562 Ib. 25-4 Lost Duplicate Certificate of Title To whom It may concern: Notice la hereby given that, proof ving been produced of the accidental loss of Duplicate Certificate of havini I loss of Duplicate Certificate No. 59R0I93 issued to Mary Erhardt and Edwin Lawrence Erhardt on the 31st day of March, 1959, few Lot Eleven fill. In Block One Hundred and Eighty -one (181), In the City of Regina, in the Province of Saskatchewan, in the Dominion of Canada, according to a Plan of Record in the Land Titles Office for the Rfia Land Registration District as Old No. 33, I intend under and by virtue of the provision! of Section 80 of the Lana Titles Act, 1960, after the expiration of four weeks from the first f publication of this advertisement, to ssue a fresh Duplicate Certificate to the said Mary Erhardt and Edwin Lawrence Erhardt in lieu of the one ao alleged to have been lost. Dated at the Land Titles Office for the Resina Land Registration District at Regina this 1 7th day of February, 196). E S COLLINS, Registrar. 563 Feb. 25-4 Grid Road TENDERS Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2 p m., Central Standard T&ne, March 9. 1961, on the following road construction project: For construction of the suhrrede on a 4 mile section of Main Market Grid Road located as follows: North Boundary of Sections 19, 20, 21 and 22-2 M0-2. Particulars aa to the work may be obtained at the Municipal Office of the undersigned. A certified cheque in the amount of $700 00 and a letter indicating that a performance bond can be obtained must accompany the tender. Tenders will be opened in public in the office of the undersigned at the ur of 2 pm,, Central Standard Tima, on March 9, 1961. The lowest or any tender will not necessary be accepted. MR. J. J. DERMODY, Secretary-Treasurer, R M. of Caledonia No. 99, Milestone, Saskatchewan. Stock, Keith Se Associates, Engineering Division, 766 Angus Street, Regina, Saskatchewan. 561 Fob. 25-3-4 Projects approved Ten more Saskatchewan winter works projects totalling $38,831 In cost and expected to employ a total of 59 men, have been approved for assistance under terms of the federal-provincial municipal winter works incentive program. The largest of the projects, undertaken by Weyburn, is construction of concrete bleachers in an arena at a cost of $22,800. It is expected nine men will be employed for a total of 610 man days. Projects and their costs under taken by Balgonie, Battleford, Melfort and Conquest consist of: survey for location of water supply, $675; survey and lay-out data for sewer and water utilities, $1,100; stockpiling for ashphalt surfacing, $7,500; and report on sewage and water system, $G00. The rural municipalities of Golden West, Elmsthorpe, Maple Bush, Sliding Hills and Cory plan the following projects: construction of rest room, $865; road construction and gravelling, $2,054; brush cutting on road allowance, $187; survey, design and engineering of municipal road, $2,650; and survey for widening road, $400. TENDERS Grid Road Construction Sealed tenders clearly marked Tender for Grid Road Construction" will be received by the undersigned until t:00 P.M Central Standard Time, Tuesday, March 7th, 1961 and opened in public Immediately thereafter for the construction of the sub--ade on approx. 6 0 miles of Main Market Grid Road located as follows: E-Fr-8, N-Fr-9-t9A-9-2 end E-4, 9-19-9-2 E-5, 8. 17-21-7-2 Approx, quantities: Exc. 108 000 cu. yds. OJL 50,000 etn. yds. Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque made out to the municipality in the sum of $1.200 00 and notification that a bond can be obtained. Particulars and specification may - obtained from the undersigned. The lowest or any tender not neces School hands hold concert The Regina Separate Schools A, L, 'and C bands performed Friday in the annual midwinter concert at Scott Collegiate before 650 people. A total of 104 boys and girls took part in the program under the direction of bandleader Don Cowan. The A band opened the program playing the Military Escort, followed by a variety of numbers The B band then presented the Bobby Soxers March, Cherie Waltz, "The Galaxie March, and others. C bard members then entertained the audience with "Theres Music in the Air, and "Easy Steps March. The A band then returned to complete the program with five more numbers, one of which was a novelty South American number Hey Pedro. Majorettes taking part in the program were Carol Erhart, captain; Carol Dormouth, Linda Dormouth, Patsy Danylchuk and Dorothy Dormouth. New church dedicated by Anglicans sari ly accepted, Davidson Engine ei YORKTON, Sask. lneertng Ltd., MR. D. L. LeFLAR. Sec.-Treas., R M of McLeod No. 185, NEUDORF, Saik. 559 Feb, 23-24-25 Lost Certificate of Title To whom tt may concern: Notice la hereby given that, proof having been produced of the accident '1 loss of duplicate certificate of title " AZR issued to Bird Fll do the 5th day of Janua ... the whole of Block Twenty-five (25), Buena Vista Park, Plan No. DM 2190, in the Province of Saskatchewan I intend under and by virtue of the provisions of Section 80 of the Land Titles Act I960, after the expiration of four weeks from the first publication of this advertisement, to issue a fresh duplicate certificate to the said Bird Films Limited tn lieu of the one so alleged to have been lost. Dated at the Land Titles Office for the Regina Land Registration District at Regina this 6th day of February, 1961. E. S COLUNS. Registrar. 551 Feb. 18-25 Notice to Tenderers Tenders for the construction of Sanitary Sewer Mains, Manholes, Holla Connections, Lagoon, and Holding pond In the Village of Lucky Lake, Saskatchewan, addressed to the Secretary-Treasurer, will be received until 5:00 pm. Mountain Standard Time on March 20th, 1961. Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque or bid bond payable to the Village of Lucky Lake in the amount of not less than Five (5) per rent of the tender price. Deposit cheques will be returned to unsuccessful bidders upon award of the contract. A Performance Guaranty Bond In an amount equal to Fifty (50) per cent of the contract sum wlil be required from the successful bidder. Copie of drawings and specifications may pe obtained from the office of Strong Lamb & Nelson (Sask ) Ltd., I Albert Street, Regina, Sas-kaVihawan, upon a deposit of $25.00 in cheque made payable to Strong Limb At Nelson (Saak ) Ltd, such te posit cheques to be returned upon receipt of drawings and specifications in good order. The approximate quantity of work la aa follows: 75 ft. of 8M Sewer Pipe ft. of 10" Sewer Pipe 4 1 Manholes 80 House Connections The Owner reserves the right to waive any informalities in or reject any or all tenders or to accept the deemed moat favorable in the interest of the Owner. MR W. PAST. Secretary-Treasurer. Village of Lukv Lake Lucky Lake, Saskatchewan. Strong Lamb & Nelson (Saak.) Ltd., Consulting Engineers, 133 Allert Street, Regjna, Saskatchewan. 565 Fab. 25-1 or Sale by Tender Under and by authority of the Board of Directors of Club 76 Ltd., the undersigned has been instructed to offer for sale by tender "Club 76 Ltd ", as a going concern to include property, buildings, fixtures and equipment. The property may be Inspected at any time by contacting the undersigned for arrangements. A certified cheque for 25 of the bid must accompany each tender. Cheques will be returned to unsuccessful bidden All bids must be postmarked ftiot later than March 7th, 1 96 ) . "Club 76 Ltd is located in the heart of the City of iwift Current and Is a private club catering to Banquets, Wedding Receptions Dinners, Business Meetings. Luncheons, Conventions and Displays. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. CLUB 76 LTD., Per: Keith O. Saddlemyer. Solicitor for "Club 76 Ltd M, Swift Current, Saskatchewan. 550 Feb. 18-25 A further step forward in the extension of Anglican church life in the city took place Thursday evening, being the eve of St. Matthias, when the bishop of QuAppelle, Dr. G. F. C. Jack son, dedicated the new A 1 1 Saints parish hall, Hillsdale, which will service as a parish church until a church proper is built in this new parish. The service of dedication, at which the rector, Rev. S. B. Hills, preached, took place in the presence of a large congregation, and of the archdeacon of Regina, Ven. B. S. Prockter; the rural dean of Regina, Rev. J. J. Scandrett; Rev. R. G. Byce, rector of St. Marys; Rev. John Charnell, rector of Pense; and Rev. John Willms, rector of Balgonie. The churchwardens, who took part in the service, are Herbert W. Padwick and Douglas A. Leo, The parish, which is less than two years old, became self-supporting Jan. 1, 1960. The rite of dedication includ ed the blessing of the building and cf its furnishings as a place of worship the altar, its cross and candelsticks and linens, the credence table, font, prayer desk, lectern and pulpit. In his sermon, Fr. Hills said that a "pillar of the church was meant to be both ornamen tai and useful. Of parish life, he said it must be thought of as family life centred in the altar and Eucharist as the centre of sacreficial worship and of dr vine grace. First services in the new church were three offerings of the Holy Eucharist on Friday St. Matthias Day, at 7, 8 and 10 a.m. Obituaries in the city STEPHEN MAIN Funeral service for Stephen Edgar Main, 72, who served on the Canadian Corps of Com-misionaires during the past few years, was held in the Meeting Room, 1578 Robinson street, Tuesday. Burial was in the family plot, Regina Memorial Gardens. Born in British Guiana, Mr. Main went to England with his father while still very young. In 1904 he came to Canada with his brothers and settled in Tregarva, Sask., later marrying Alice Den-zin. They moved to Silton and opened a butcher shop and in 1915 he joined the army and was sent to France. Wounded, he was brought back to Canada, to a hospital in Winnipeg, being discharged two years later. He then went to his homestead in the Gilroy district, remaining there until 1945 when he moved to Regina. Predeceased by his wife in 1959, Mr. Main is survived by four sons, Stanley and Clarence, Regina; Harvey, Saskatoon; and Edward, Central Butte; Jwo daughters, Mrs. Florence Brown, 1935 Garnet street; Mrs. Eva Bateman, Calgary, Alta.; three sisters, Mrs. Ruth Gregg, 3009 Regina avenue; Mrs. Emily Bromwich, Victoria; and Mrs. Winnie Gregg, 2604 Pasqua street also 17 grandchildren. Picnic delights Regina audience Police seeking dead mans ivife CALGARY (CP) - City police said Friday they are looking for Mrs. Margaret Handly, 28, of Calgary, in connection with the Feb. 8 death of her husband. George Handly was found dead in his automobile near the Handly home. A note written in Hungarian was found in the automobile, mentioning the killing of his wife, police said. They said It was not clear whether the note was meant to Indicate that Mrs. Handly was dead or than Handly wanted to kill his wife. Mrs. Handly has been missing since Feb. 8. City of Regina NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it la tha intention of the City of Reguia to pass a Bylaw Tuesday, the 7th day of March, AD. 1961, for closing or selling or leasing the following public highway in the City of Regina, in the Province of Saskatchewan, namely: "The moat Northerly Ona hundred and eighty (NIB0) feet of the North-South lane in Block Three hundred and forty-four 1344), in the City of Regina, aa shown on a plan of record in the Land Titles Office for the Regina Land Registration District aa No. Old No. 33." . Any p-eraon who claims that hla land will be injuriously affected thereby and petitions to be heard by Council of the City of R TENDERS Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned till 5:00 oclock p.m. Wednesday. March 1st, 1961 for the crushing of approximately 8.000 cubic yards of gravel and the gravelling of approximately twenty-two miles of Main Market Road Grid in the Municipality at an average haul of about twenty miles, contract to commence as soon as practicable in 1961, but not before spring breakup. All Tenders are to be accompanied by a deposit of 5 of the contract price offered, tn the form of a certified cheque payable to the Rural Municipality of Miry Creek No. 229, Abbey, fiask. Tenders will be opened at the regular meeting of Council to be held Friday, March 3. 1961. JOHN SPEIR, Secretary Treasurer, Rural Municipality of Miry Creek No. 249. Abbey. Sask. 51 5 Jan. 28-4-11-18-25 Lost Certificate of Title To whom it may concern: Notice ia hereby given that, proof having been produced of the accidental loss of duplicate certificate of title No. 81 BBF Issued to John Meier, the younger, on the 1 9th day of December, 1945. r, inter alia. North East quarter of section 32 in township 18, range 17, West 2nd meridian. in the Province of Saskatche an, in the Dominion of Canada, containing 159.98 acres, more or less, as shown on Township plan dated 8th ctober, 1883 excepting thereout (a) .214 acres, more or leas, taken for roadway as shown on e plan of record in the Land Titles Office for WALTER SHANE Funeral service for Walter Lovelace Shane, 67, 1772 Edward street, will be held Monday at 3:30 p.m. at Bremner Funeral Chapel. Rev. Gerald Ward will officiate and burial will be in the family plot, Regina Memorial Gardens. Mr. Shane was bom in Richardson, Sask., and farmed with his father until he was 18. He then bought his own farm in the Richardson district and farmed there up to 1945 when he moved to Regina. He joined the army during the First World War and served tn Canada from 1918 to 1918. On of Mr. Shanes favorite recreations was checkers. He had entered several tournaments, being crowned the champion of the annual YMCA tournament twice. Predeceased by his parents and one sister, he Is survived by two i brothers, Okel, 1772 Edward street; Weldon, 3328 Pike avenue; two sisters, Mrs. M. E. Monckton, 286 Angus Crescent, and Miss Edith Shane, 2934 Nineteenth avenue. Regina steel mill production By TOM JARVIS If any uninformed person should think that the William Inge who wrote "Picnic is the same William Ralph Inge who has passed into history as "The Gloomy Dean, then they have as the Americans say, another think coming. "Picnic Is a play that Is far far from gloomy and the aus' tere morality and Platonic mind of the late dean of St. Paul's would certainly have been 111 at ease in contemplating a com' edy of manners and morals in which the manners are less than elegant and the morals show considerable elasticity and some naughtiness. "Picnic, directed vby Cal Ab-rahamson, delighted an audience of 500 at Sheldon-Williams col legiate Friday night and drew applause at many points and repeated curtain calls at the end. More than that, it made history in another way: with it, Regina Little Theatre entered its third century of productions. This was its 200th offering to Regina playgoers. Not, certainly a great play. "Picnic is an amusing one that moves from domestic comedy to some first-rate drama and char acter study in picturing the results of an unexpected intrusion of a good-looking, vigorously virile college wastrel into the emotional lives of a gaggle of women, both young and not so young. Set in a back-yard of two working class families, the plot shows two teen-aged girls and a spinster schoolteacher reacting to the kind of stimulus a barechested Tarzan could be expected to produce and what inhibitions normally restrain the females are effectively removed by the generous application of whisky bought for a picnic in the process of preparation. What actually happens at the picnic can be guessed at by its aftermath which isnt quite the pretty ending of the lived happily ever after sort, though in truth the old maid does eventually hook her man and depart in a flutter of confetti to the consummation of a hope which has sprung eternal. There is some first rate act Ing. and the stage properties are extraordinarily effective in their simplicity. Flo Owens, the anxious mother of two adolscent daughters in their first experience of rough and ready romance, is played with an excellent mixture of fussing and shrewdness by Bess Goldman. Gene Popovlci, as Hal Carter, is a first rate bounder who in the end flees from the scene of his conquests with the police on his tail and Madge Owens on the next bus he is also an actor of accomplished diction, whose every word was audible. And Vivian Rootman, as Rosemary Sydney on a manhunt for 20 years or so does a fine character study that blends delightfully the ludicrous and the fren-ziedly frustrated. This is to pick but three from a competent cast which includes Donna Wilkins, Phyllis Achtzner, David Weinberg, Jo-Ann Frasz, Denis Lemire, Jay Kirby, Ella Scrivens and Bill Powell. Picnic was to be repeated Saturday at 8.15 p.m. Space beat for newsman ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - The managing editor of the New York Times said Friday he expects one day to assign a' reporter to make a trip into outer space. Turner Catledge told Georgia newspaper men that il he lives long enough he also may send a reporter on a trip to the moon. If I had said that two years ago you would have thought that I was nuts, Catledge said in a speech at the Georgia Press Institute, "but I think you will agree now that what I say is not beyond the realm of possibility." Killer chuckles at death sentence SHERBROOKE, Que. (CP)-Nelson Langlois, 46, Friday was sentenced to hang June 16 for the murder of Oliva Martin, 83. and Eugene Dupuis, 67, last Oct. 2. Courtroom witnesses said Langlois appeared to chuckle silently as he was sentenced. A jury of nine men and three women deliberated for about an hour before bringing in guilty verdict. The bodies of the two elderly men were found in their cabin , at The Bog, a community of hunting and fishing camps at j nearby Brompton Lake. They had been shot with a revolver. GREAT TOMB The term mausoleum" derives from a great marble tomb built for Mau.solus, King of Cans, Asia Minor, by his widow about 325 BC. For Sale Very desirable commercial or Industrial acreage. Close in. Could be divided. Principals only. Box 1166, Leader-Post The newly-formed SASKATOON WELFARE COUNCIL invites applications for the position of EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Graduation from University in one of the social sciences, with subsequent experience in community organization or related fields, is required. Preference will be given to applicants who are eligible for membership In C.A.S.W. Salary up to $8,000 depending on qualifications and experience. Apply, giving full particulars, to: Personnel Committee, Saskatoon Welfare Council, 109 Metropolitan Building, Saskatoon, Sask. feuin will be to be heard afforded an opportunity t by himceli or iris agent In relation to the proposed Bylaw at a meeting of City Council, to be held in the Council Chamber at the City Hall, Regina. Saskatchewan, at 7:30 pm on the 7th day gtf March, AD. 1961. Dated at Katrina, Saskatchewan, thla I8U day of February, A.D, 1961. J E STINSON City Clerk PO. 12342 -Feb, 18-25' I the Regina Land Registration District as No. AB 1853, (b) 3 15 acre, more or less taken for roadway as shown on a plan of record in the said Land Title Office aa No. R 5254 and c) all mines and minerals aa transferred by transfer registered a a No. EX 5322. I intend under and by virtue of the provisions of Section 80 of the Land Titles Act, after the expiration of four vreks from the first publication of this advertisement, to issue a fresh duplicate certificate to the aid John Meier, the younger, in lieu of the one ao alleged to have been lost. Dated at the Land Titles Office for the Regina Land Registration District at Regina this 13th day of February, 1961. E .8 COLUNS, Registrar, 552 Feb. 18-25 Interprovincial Steel and Pipe Corporation Ltd. announced in Regina Saturday that the company haa completed the "break-in period and haa been producing finished steel products on a full production basis for the past month. IPSCOs product range I n-cludes hot rolled carbon steel skelp, .plate, sheet and strip. Skelp (coiled steel used in pipe manufacture) has been further processed in the companys pipe division into API line pipe. The Regina mill has adequate capacity to supply the complete skelp requirements of the three small diameter pipe mills presently operating in Western Canada. The initial production will meet the requirements of the companys pipe mill located adjacent to the steel mill and it is anticipated that sales will also be made to the four other pipe mills presently operating in Western Canada. To date 1,490 tons, with a sales value of $225,000, of tunnel liner plate has been produced and is either delivered or undergoing final Inspection prior to delivery. In addition to the plate requirements for use in the hvdro projects, some 1,000 tons of commercial plate has been ordered by western steel fabricating firms valued at $150,000, and is presently bying processed in the mill production schedule. IPSCO advised that the steel division has a substantial forward order position for the balance of 1961 resulting from increased activity in the oil and gas industries in Wetern Canada. Steel requirements in this category are expected to remain at a high level in the foreseeable future. In addition, sales of plate, sheet and strip to steel users in the west are expected to Increase this figure substantially. IPSCO Is the only mill west of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, producing hot rolled skelp, plate and sheet and in the opinion of company officials, IPSCO will share substantially in the growing market for these products throughout the west. IPSCO is continuing to study the feasibility of developing a source of primary iron at sonje future date to supplement scrap steel supplies. Although the supply of scrap is adequate for present level operations, a continuing growth in steel markets in Western Canada over the next decade could result in IPSCO becoming the first fully integrated steel producer in the Canadian West. APPLIANCE DISTRIBUTOR WANTED Major Appliance manufacturers with complete line of refrigerators, electric and gas ranges, chest type freezers and oil and gas furnaces seeks distributor for the prairie provinces. If you are interested early date for interview will be arranged. , t Write as soon as possible to Box 1171, LeaderPost SALES REPRESENTATIVE We are looking for a salesman with three specific requisites: Desire to make money, willingness to work hard, and a sense of responsibility to his clients. This is a career which has unusual possibilities for earnings and advancement. High school graduate preferred, but not essential. 0 Extensive training and field assistance provided. Complete staff benefits, including attractive pension plan, group Life Insurance and sickness and accident coverage. Please state age, marital status, record of previous employment and education in your reply. All replies will be treated in strict confidence. Box 840, Leader-Posf Architectural Draftsman Required for the Construction Department of our large wholesale orjalIi ation. Duties Include the preparation of drawings and blue prints in connection with the construction andor remodelling of Co-op Stores anJ Bulk Plants, plus the Supervision of the Drafting Section. Incumbent must have high school education, specialized training in drafting, plus five years experience in closely s?ale of emP,oyee benefits. Salary range $365.00 $490.00. Apply to: Manager, Personnel Department, ... Federated Co-operatives Limited, Avenue D Norik, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Mercedes-Benz Dealership Open This valuable prestige automotive franchise now open for Regina and territory. It is the most favorable dealership agreement available from .both return and actual dollar outlay. Address all enquiries direct to: MERCEDES-BENZ DISTRIBUTORS WESTERN LIMITED 1190 Wil Geerf I Street, Vancouver f, BC LOOKING FOR A FUTURE? Challenging position available if you are ready for responsibility, knowing it leads to ' promotional opportunities. A Career With Niagara Finance Offers You ' A practical training program Rewarding opportunities for advancement with an ever-expanding company Security with the largest all-Canadian company in its field Position available at our Weyburn office. Applicant should be single, 22-28, enjoy meeting the-public, be alert, aggressive and willing to travel. Banking, Credit, Insurance, Sales or University background are assets. Apply or write to: Niagara Finance Company Limited 1856 Scarth St., Regina, Sask. or 114 3rd St., Box 220, Weyburn, Sask. QUADRUPLETS BORN LONDON (Reuters) A 27-year-old Russian woman has given birth to quadruplets in the town of Masally, near the Caspian Sea, reports the Soviet news agency Tass. Mother and children three girls and a boy are doing well, Tass said. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY A prominent Canadian company with a great expansion program has a very EXCLUSIVE, IMPORTANT DISTRIBUTORSHIP AVAILABLE FOR REGINA AND AREA The product haa been proved to have a wry high rate of sahs, yielding excellent return. Full company aupport In promotion, advertising and aalea to asaure aucceaa are part of agreement. Your Investment of $12,000 ia fully secured. If you art sincerely Interested, write, giving name, address and phone number for complete details. PRINCIPALS ONLY Box 1151, Leader-Post Retire Wealthier Start a Retirement Savings Plan today. Deposit when you wish. Pay less income tax every year while you're working and saving. Choose your own retirement date. Complete details on request. Huron & Erie-Canada Trust Helping Your Money Grow Safeguarding Your Estate i Twmnm , . , h 1921 Scarth Street, Regina ,1(1 III! Ml, J. R. BIGGS. Mmijer Hiers Monday It Thursday B 30 5.00 p.m. ftidjy . 30 1 in. It (.00 p.m. war , o A S j . m m- a. A ft. . a . -. a. jS, A Sr A M. m, mn m. . -SI. 0 s - m . Bt A l

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