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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHffKIDGE HERALD August djealkif li DEATH KOMETZ Passed away in he city on August following a lengthy ill- Mrs. Lily Kometz at the ige of 69 years of 524 8th St. beloved wife of the late Mr. Fohn Lawrence Kometz. Born n England the late I.Irs. Ko- netz came to Canada in 190S ind settled in the Porcupine Jills district on the family icmestead. A number of years ater she moved to Natal with icr family and then moved to Lethbridge in 1929 and has re- sided here until her she was a member of the Ma- rie Leaf Chapter of the East- jrn the Sanctuary Guild St. Augustine's a member of the Rebekahs and svorlied for the Canadian Can- Society. Survived by three George of Gordon ind Dcug of 13 grandchildren and one brother Jack Beswick of B.C. rhe funeral service was held on Saturday at 1 p m. in St. Au- gustine's Ang'ican C h u Rev. Frank Lea officiated. Cre- mation followed. Those who wish may donate to the Cana- dian Cancer Society. 409 Can- ada Trust Bldg. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Service. C1410 DEATHS URBAN passed away in the city on August at the age of 70 beloved husband of Mrs. Roe Urban of Leth- bridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted. CHRJSTENSEN SAL- MON FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements. C1414 LEAVITT passed away in Cardston on August at the age of 61 beloved husband of Mis. Lillian Leavitt of Card- ston. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- pleted by SALMON FUNERAL HOME Cardston. C1413 BURYAX Passed away in the August Mrs. Theresa at the age of 73 years of 540 12th St. S. Funeral arrangements to be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Direct- ors of the Funeral Service. C1412 LARGE DESERT The Sahara covering about 3.5 million square is nearly the size 01 the United States DEATH Ml'EDEMA Passed away in the city on Aug- ust 1973 at the age of 67 following a lengthy ill- Mr. Albert Miedema. be- loved husband of Mrs. Alice Miedema yf 210 19th St. N. raised and educated in the late Mr. Miedema came to Canada in 1951 and settled in where he has continued to reside until his passing. He was a member of the Lethbridge Christian Re- formed Church. Besides his lov- ing wife he is survived by four Bill of Dick of Bob and both of two daugh- Mrs. Wm. Aar- dema of Mrs. Casey Schalk of Leth- 12 three Mrs. W. Mrs. A. Ad- Mrs. J. Adema all of and three broth- Brcer Miedema of Ben cf Min- and Bert Miedema of Washington. He was predeceased by one sister. The funeral service will be held on August in the Christian Reformed Church at p m. with Rev. L. Mulder officiating. Interment will fol- low in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at the Church from p.m. until just prior to the service. Those who wish mav donate to the Charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice. C1411 PLANT ENGINEER Continued and planned expansion have created en opening for a plant engineer In our client's food processing organization. Primary involvement will be with normal plant but challenging opportunities exist for the innovative engineer to exercise skills in industrial engineering for the optimization of plant operations and production. For the right the position offers broad scope for the application end development of professional skills end early opportunities to assume management responsibilities. Located in an attractive southern Alberta the position offers a good with the opportunity for incentive bonus end a pleasant work environment. Interested candidates should forward complete resume in strict confidence our Calgary office quoting File L-H-481. TECHNICAL SERVICE COUNCIL 816 7th Ave. Calgary 2 269-7931 TORONTO 9 MONTREAL VANCOUVER Personnel 1927 FUNERAL KASMUSSEN Funeral ser- vice for Andrew beloved husband of the late Mrs. Emma Rasmussen who died in the city Aug. at the age of 91 was held at p.m. Aug. in the Christen- sen Chapel with Bishop Rue- don Selk officiating. Pallbear- ers were Dr. Ronald M. Cos- Clifford ST.. Richard Jim Larson and Robert Rasmussen. Interment was in the Archmount Memor- ial Gardens. Christensen Sal- mon Funeral Home Dir- ectors of Funeral was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS SLABODA We should like to thank our friends and neigh- bors for their cards and visits while Joe was in and for the lovely flowers and many kindnesses shown us during our time of bereavement. Slaboda and family Warner 8120 CARD OF THANKS EFFA On behalf of my Mrs. Edith Davis I wish to express heartfelt thanks for the care and kind- ness extended to her in tire Auxiliary Hospital. Thanks to the nurses who brought her to visit me in the Municipal hospi- tal. -Ethel Effa 8148 IN MEMORIAMS DELMARK In loving mem- ory of a dear grandson and who pass- ed away in Vietnam August 1905. No length of time can take Our thoughts of you from day to Though absent you are al- ways Still still still very dear. v e r remembered by and Granny and Betty and Jo-Ann. 8088 IN MEMORIAMS DICKOUT In loving mem- ory of who passed away August at the age of 20. and remembered al- ways by Shel- Lynn and Wendy. 808C FOSTER In memory of my John Edwin Fos- who passed away August 1960. remembered by his eldest Joan. 8087 GROSS The family of the late Edward Ar.drew Gross wish to express their sincere appreciation to the many rela- friends and neighbors for their land expressions of sym- pathy shown in so many ways during our recent bereavement. 8146 WADE I wish to express a most sincere thanks to the nurses and staff of the Picture Butte Hospital for the care and kindness extended during my hospitalization. Thanks also to all for the flow- visits and encruiries. Sperial thanks to Shirley Van Cleave. Lorraine Donna Sylviann Degenstein and Helen Ruaben. Alice Wade 8147 EFFA Thanks to my doc- nurses and staff on the surgical floor of the Municipal hospital who attended me dur- ing my stay. Thanks also to those who visited sent flow- cards and gifts and to my nurses who took me to see mother in the Auxiliary hospi- tal. Effa 8149 CURLE In loving memory of a dear father and grandfath- er who passed away August 1972. Ifi we had all the world to give We'd give it yes and To see the face of you dear dad Come smiling through the door. We think of you in silence And often speak your name But there is nothing left to an- swer Just a photo in a frame. Our hearts etill ache with sadness And many tears still For what it meant to lose you Iso one will ever know. loved and sadly missed by son Shannon and Shane. 8085 CURLE In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather William Curie who passed away August 1972. Our hsarls still ache with And secret tears still flow. What it meant to lose No one will ever know. When we are sad and And everything gees wrong. We seem to hear you whis- i and carry on. Each time we see your pic- i ture I You seem to smile and cry I'm only sleep- We'll meet again some remembered and sad- ly missed by his wife Al- vey. Doreen and Kaye Diane and Mari- Joyce Bryan and Tim. 8090 Seven-year-old admits to thefts MIAMI Police say a seven-year-old boy has ad- mitted breaking into 21 homes and hauling off as much as worth of goods. The thrse-foot-six child be- gan crying when arrested Thursday and said he sold most of the loot to get money for hot dogs and ice police reported. breaks my man. I tell said Detective Phil Cowart. ''He's a helluva cute A CUT CABLE CAN HURT SO MANY WAYS If you cut a buried telephone it could hamstring a hospital or cripple a community. U does more than cut off telephone service. It can sever medical ambulance police emergency firefighting telecommunications service vital to every aspect of home and community life. It's frightening when you think about it. It can be even more frightening if it actually happens. Don't let it happen because of you. Here's an easy way not to be a FREE CABLE-SAVER SERVICE DIAL AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 AGT's BURIED CABLE LOCATION SERVICE. Do it well in for a Cable Locator to get to the scene fast. No charge for the call or the service we're grateful you called. THANK NELSON In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and father. Louis who pass- ed away August 1967. Six sad and lonely years have passed since our great sor- row fell The sh o c k that we re- ceived that no one can ever tell. The way he talked.the smile he And all the thousand things so dear We loved about him while he lived Haven't gone with him from They're planted deep in memory's garden And watered daily with our To keep them ever fresh and vivid Through all the coming years. remembered and sad- ly missed by his loving wife Cecil and daughter Gladys and families. 8089 Cancer search steps up WASHINGTON The White House released Friday a long-awaited to combat cancer under an accel- erated million-a-year pro- gram against the disease. Prepared under sponsorship of the governmejirs National Cancer the plan de- tailed research and other ef- forts which Dr. Frank Raus- institute said hold the greatest promise in fighting the No. 2 fatal disease. These include achievement of coures for cancers not now cu- retardation of malig- nancies not and improve- ments in the prevention and diagnosis of cancer and rehabi- litation for cured patients. The stepped-up research also will involve more intensive ex- ploration of possible anticancer based on growing sus- picions that some human can- cers may be caused by viruses. It also includes studies to deter- mine whether cancer can be treated or prevented through immunization with cancer-cell ingredients from victims. The report on the together with Rauscher's letter of was dated There was no im- mediate indication why its pub- lic release was delayed. CORRECTION The following item which appeared in last night's Herald should have read as follows PEACH HALVES ENCHANTED ISLE-AUSTRALIAN FANCY........14 fl. oz. tin regret any inconvenience this error may have caused our customers. CANADA SAFIWAY 1IMITID PRODUCTION MANAGER REQUIRED for a new regional laundry located in with an expected initial volume of three million pounds per year. Applicant must be willing to and ac- cept responsibility as the volume increases. Applicant must have extensive electrical and mechanical experience with high speed production ma- chinery similar to or including etc. Applicant must be able to supervise medium sized pro- duction female. RESPONSIBILITIES. Maintain staff and production schedules control supervision and maintain good working morale department budget with preventive maintenance program to General Manager Commensurate with training and experience. No later than October 1973 For further Information PERSONNEL DIRECTOR LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL ALBERTA BUAME. kid. I felt sorry for Cowart said he first sus- pected a child in the six-week string of break-ins because of the small windows the bur- glar climbed through and the nature of the loot taken. Police said the boy at first took just small toys and fishing gear but became more sophisticated after older youths told him to look for more expensive items. ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF N.W.T. To give professional leadership and supervision to approxi- mately 100 several adult and vocational and educational personnel. To assist with the develop- ment and implementation of culturally compatible education programs at all levels of instruction. Applicants must possess a valid Canadian Teaching have at least 5 years teaching experience pre- ferably with Indian and Eskimo hold a post grod- uafe degree in a related field and considerable administra- tive experience as principal or superintendent. Accommodation will be made available at a reason- able rate and other compensatory benefits are provided. Competition number 70 0835. Closing dale 1st Septem- 1973. Applications including a detailed resume should reach the CHIEF RECRUITMENT OFFICER DEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES N.W.. on or before the closing date listed above. UNDERWOOD McLELLAN ASSOCIATES G. A. P. Eng. W. R. P. Eng. Mr. Dems J. P. Vice President of Underwood McLellan Associates and Manager of the Company's operations in Calgary and British is pleased to announce two senior staff appointments. Mr. George A. Gette has been appointed Senior Municipal and Special Projects with emphasis on land development op- erations In the Calgary area. Mr. Gette formerly was Manager of UMA's Lethbridge ollice. Mr. Wes A. Fillo has been appointed Lethbridge with responsibility for operations in Southern Alberta. Mr. Fillo Is a form- er resident of Lethbridge. where for two years he acted as project engineer on the City's sewage treatment plant. Underwood McLellan Associates with a staff of Is one of the largest and oldest multi-discipline engineering firms in Western Canada. Camrose Regional Recreation and Parks Department Administrative Assistant Definition This is professional and administrative work in the operation of a complete regional recreation program for the Cfty and County of Camrose. The employee in this class serves as the first assistant to the Regional Recreation and Parks Supentendent in ell phases and aspects of recreation and ad- ministrative work. Supervision is exorcised over administra- tive and recreation staff and work is subject to general super- vision within board policies and program. Typical Duties Assists the Superintendent and advises the program di- rectors in initiating new programs and in evaluating exist- ing ones. Supervises office operations and controls all financial aspects of the dtpartment. Establishes and supervises statisti- cal data related 1o departmental operafons. Carries out special studies under the direction of ihe Superintendent. Abilities and Skills Thorough knowledge of the philosophy and objectives of organized recreation. Thorough knowledge of recreation pro- graming on a City and County wide basis to meet the needs of all and a variety of community interests. Thorough knowledge of recognized services and civic community groups and of their objectives and programs. Considerable knowledge of the principals of public speaking and group work. Knowledge of facility operation ard programming. Ability to formulate and develop recreation programs. Ability to prepare reports. Ability to establish cordial relationships with municipal municipal departments and the general public. Ability to speak effectively in public. Training and Experience Requirements Graduation from an accredited college or university wilh major course Nvork in group educa- psychology or an appropriate or related field coupled with considerable supervisory and administrative ex- or an equivalent combination of experience and training. Interested applicants should submit a complete resume by September 1973 W. E. SUPERINTENDENT fjflil JO A ;