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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta ETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 28, 1974 Basic black white Makes for some striking photographic effects in this series of high- contrast studies by Ron Fowler of Portales, N.M. Right, a playground in Odessa, Tex. Lower left, on a New Mexico ranch and, right, another aspect of the southwest scene, an east Texas oil field. PRICES EFFECTIVE AUGUST 29-31, 1974 DEATHS PIERSON Passed away in Shaughnessy on Tuesday. August 27.1974, Scott Michael Pierson at the age of four months, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pierson of Shaughnessy. Funeral arrangements will be announced when complete. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of funeral service. C1464 CARTER Passed away in the city on Tuesday, August 27. 1974. following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Lizzie Carter at the age of 86 years of the Edith Cavell Nursing Home, beloved wife of the late Mr. Gilbert F Carter. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. in charge of forwarding arrangements to Consul, Sask. for the funeral service and interment. C1466 POSTMAN Passed away suddenly in Nobleford on Tuesday" August 27, 1974, Mr. Harry B. Postman at the age of 62 years and his son Mr. David Warren Postman at the age of 22 years, beloved husband and son of Mrs. Gertrude H. B. Postman of Nobleford. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of the funeral WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES RANGE CRYSTALS Pise 'N' Shine. oz. net wt. pkg. PHONE NECTAR '.eicnes. 2i fl oz................. BEANS WITH PORK L'bby's 14 fl. oz. tins CORNED BEEF LOAF Roston. 12 oz. net wt............... CORNED BEEF SPREAD Underwood, 4 "2 oz. net wt.......... SALAD DRESSING Red Leaf. 16 fl. oz................. 59C 59C 79C Grape JAM or JELLY 2i89e 149 PAPER TOWELS x Rnli Pack DOG FOOD Perky. 26 oz. net wt........... LUMBERJACK SYRUP Mallev. 32 fl. oz............... CREAMED HONEY Alpha. 2 Ib. net wt............ PICKLING SALT Si'to 3 Ib net wt............ CRACKERS Christies Premium, 2 Ib. net wt. 2 Roll Pack DRAIN CLEANER Sani Flush, 34 oz. net wt. STEAKETTES 00 Beef. Pork or Veal Ib. VW ROUND STEAK Canada Grade A 39 Ib. RUMP ROAST Canada Grade A Ib.................... HAM Ready to Serve, Whole, Half or Quarter. Partly Skinned, Ib........... J 4 Varieties 6 oz. Package COOKED MEATS fcnOv PORK CHOPS I19 Loin Rib or Butt End, Ib........ TIDE Detergent Powdered, 5 Ib. net wt. 99 1 CREAM CORN Clark's, 12 fl.oz. Tins Red Leaf Margarine IbTpkg. 1C B.C. Canada Peaches Domestic Ib. 39 PEANUT BUTTER Squirrel, 48 oz. net wt. 99 1 UlUvll Grapes Cam. Seedless Ib. COFFEE Kadana, Regular Grind 1 !b. net wt. Canada No. 1 Lettuce California 2lbs. Canada Fancy Pears Bartlett Ib. BREAD Sliced, White or Brown. 20 oz. net wt. 3 HIGH LINER BOSTON BLUE FISH STICKS 24 oz. netwt i Xi RICH'S COFFEE Rich, 15fl.oz. 2i69< Canada No. 1, Calif. 39' SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK'S Finest Quality Meats Cut to Your Requirements 642 -13th Street North Phone 328-5742 FREE City delivery on large Store Monday, Tuetday, Wedneiday and Saturday 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m., and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT service. C1462 DUZIK George, passed away in the city on August 19. 1974' at the age of 73 years. beloved husband of Mrs. Anne Duzik of 712 16 St. N. Requiem Mass was celebrated on Thursday. August 22. 1974 at a.m. in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church, with Rev. Fr. R. Zuback Celebrant. Interment followed in the Mount Calvary Section of Mountain View Cemetery. The pallbearers were; George Larko. John Kostelnik. Joe Bobinec. Steve Dorchak. Michael Haschak. and Frank Kurina. CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of funeral service. C1461 HEITMAN Passed away in Lethbridge on Tuesday. August 27, 1974, Ethel Mary Heitman age 75 years of 1918 19th Ave.' S.. Lethbridgo. formerly of Pincher Creek. Born in Cascade. Idaho, she came to the Yarrow district Pincher Creek with her family in 1914. she married Herman Heitman in 1915 in St. Henry's Church. They farmed in the district until Mr. Heitman predeceased her in 1957, when she retired to Pincher Creek. In 1971 she moved to Lethbridge to make her home with her son Ralph. She was a member of St. Michael's CWL. She i< survived by three sons. John of Fernie', B.C.. Ralph of Lethbridge. Henry of Calgary: one daughter. Mrs. L. (Rita) Jones of Golden B.C.. 17 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren: one sister Mrs. Alta Read. Creston B.C. Funeral service will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church. Pincher Creek. Friday at 11 a.m. Interment in St. Henry's cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in Edens Chapel. Thursday at p.m. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Pincher Creek. C1460 YACKULIC Passed away in the city on Tuesday. August 27, 1974. following a brief illness. Mrs. Mary Yackulic at the age of 85 years of 522 25th St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. John Yackulic. Born and raised in Czechoslovakia, the late Mrs. Yackulic came to Pennsylvania as a bride in 1906. In 1910 she homesteaded in the Enchant district and in 1945 retired to Lethbridge where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by one son; Mr. Steve Young of Lethbridge: two daughters. Mrs. N. (Mary) Mogus and Mrs. G. (Helen) Bruchet. both of Lethbridge, sixteen grandchildren; thirty great- grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband in 1948 and also one son and daughter. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Friday, August 30, 1974, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Saturday, August 31, 1974, in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church, with Rev. Father R. Zuback celebrant. Interment will follow in the family plot Mount Calvary section Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of the funeral service. Phone 328-2361. C1467 DEATHS SHIRLEY Passed away suddenly in the city on Sunday. August 25, 1974, Mr. William Charles Shirley at the age of 66 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Vera Shirley of 1040 12th St. S. The funeral service will be held at a.m. on Thursday. August 29. 1974, in Marling' Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N., with Rev. L. Frank Lee officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Foundation, Mrs. M. N. Wray. 1705 15th St. S. MARTIN' BROS. LTD., Directors of the funeral service. C1463 STEIGER Passed away in Cardston on Tuesday. August 27, 1974. following a brief illness. Mrs. Mathilda Steiger at the age of 84 years of Cardston. beloved wife of the late Mr. Charles Steiger. Born in Budapest. Hungary, the late Mrs. Steiger came to Canada to Wakaw. Saskatchewan in 1925. She then moved to Edmonton and to Cardston where she resided until her passing. She is survived by one sister and one niece in Hungary. She was predeceased by tier husband in September' 22. 1966. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Thursday. August 29. 1974 in Cardston United Church, with Rev. J. Ruxton officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot Cardston Cemetery. MARTIN BROS LTD.. Directors of funeral service. Phone 328- 2361. C1465 Moimties" arrival noted The arrival of the Northwest Mounted Police in Alberta will be com- memorated with the unveiling of a monument and plaque by the city and Chamber of Commerce Oct. 9, it was an- nounced this morning. The monument and plaque, depicting the arrival of the mounties at Fort Whoop-Up Oct. 9, 1874, will be erected on City Hall lawn, near the site of the entrance to the former NWMP barracks. "It's about time we did recognize the unique history of Southern Alberta and record it for all Mayor Andy Anderson said. After the unveiling there will be a reception and ban- quet at the El Rancho Hotel, with guest speakers the Hon. Dr. J.W. MacEwan and RCMP assistant Com- missioner A.V. Seppala. Mayor Anderson said the public is invited to the ban- quet, a a plate affair. The monument, costing about will be made of grey and red granite. The bronze plaque, depicting the force's arrival, will be made by local artist Corney Martens, who will take the scene from the painting by ar- tist Don Frache. In another ceremony the same day. a second plaque will be unveiled at Fort Whoop-Up in Indian Battle Park. The plaque will be presented by the Whoop-Up historial society. Hickel defeated in Alaska THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Conservationist Jay Ham- mond, a former state senate president, won the Republican governorship nomination in Alaska today, defeating a field of four candidates which in- cluded former interior secre- tary Walter Hickel. Hammond will face in- cumbent William Egan. a Democrat who won renomina- tion easily in a primary that also saw Alaskans vote over- helmingly to move their state capital from Juneau to a more central location. In Oklahoma, where primary votes were also cast Tuesday. House of Represen- tatives Speaker Carl Albert won his 15th consecutive term in Congress. Oklahomans also apparently rejected a controversial pro- posal to legalize parimutuel betting on horse races by county option. BUSH PILOT WINS Hammond, 52, is a com- mercial fisherman, bush pilot, big-game guide and former state legislator from the southwest Alaska village of Naknek. Hickel. 55, is a former governor who left the Statehouse in 1969 to join the cabinet of Richard Nixon. He was fired a year later after criticizing Nixon for isolating himself in the White House. Egan. seeking his fourth term, captured 93 per cent of the vote against a token oppo- neni, Don Wright of Anchorage, former Alaska Big salmon catch is shaping up VICTORIA (CP) -Thebest sockeye salmon catch in 16 years is shaping up this summer, an official of the International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission said Thursday in an interview. Jim Woodie, management biologist with the New Westminster-based com- mission, said final figures on the catch would be known in two weeks, but it's estimated there will be two million more fish than in 1970. Sockeye run in a four-year cycle the time it takes for them to grow, swim to the sea and return to spawn in their freshwater birthplace. This year's sockeye harvest has been set at eight million fish, said Mr. Woodie an increase of more than a third from the last cycle when six million sockeye were netted. federation of Natives president. The voters approved moving the capital from Juneau. reachable only by air or water, to a more central loca- tion presumably not or Fairbanks. In Oklahoma, Albert won easily over two Democratic- rivals in the 3rd Congressional District in seeking renomina- lion to the House. He has no Republican opposition in the November general election. Transfer decision welcome A provincial government announcement Tuesday of its establishment of a council to deal with admission and transfer problems at Alber- ta's post-secondary in- stitutions was welcomed by university and college of- licials in Lethbridge. Owen Holmes, University of Lethbridge vice-president, said today the university has supported the concept of such an arbitration committee for a number of years. He hopes the council will pave the way for an effective transfer system throughout Alberta's system of post- secondary institutions- At the Lethbridge Com- munity College, C. D. Stewart, president, said Tues- day ho is "thrilled to death" with the government an- nouncement. He said such a council has been needed in the province for some time. The council on admissions and transfer will be responsi- ble as of Sept. 1 for developing guidelines that, ensure people who would benefit from post- secondary education are provided admission to the Alberta system of advanced education. It is also to eliminate un- necessary repetition of con- tent and student effort when a student transfers from one in- stitution to another. The nine-member body comprises one represen- tatives from each of the four Alberta universities, two representatives from the province's colleges and two from the technical institutions and vocational centres. An independent chairman is to be appointed to the council early in September. The lone Lethbridge representative on the council is Philip Butterfield, associate dean of arts and science at the U of L. ;