Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks I Saturday, Dectmber 14, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 31 BIRTH ELFRING Herman and Linda are proud to announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Nicole Ingelborg, 7 Ibs., 9 Vz ozs., born December 10, 1974, at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. N. Hornberger, Lethbridge and Mr. B. W. Elfring, Picture Butte. In- sured. 7553 DEATHS HEUSDENS Passed away suddenly in the city on Friday, December 13th, 1974, Leanna Marie Heusdens at the age of four years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heusdens of 1718 15th Ave. North. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Those who wish may donate to the Cup of Milk Fund, care of Lethbridge Herald. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5187 KARAKI Passed away in Surrey, B.C. on Saturday, December 7, 1974, Mr. Takashi Karaki at the age of 85 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Chiaki Karaki of 11935 86th Ave., Delta, B.C. Born in Nagano-ken, Japan on July 1, 1889, arrived in Canada, June of 1907. He worked in saw- mills of B.C. until 1909 when he decided to move to Alberta to work for the Knight Sugar Company. He made his home on a farm south of Raymond, where he farmed until 1958 when he retired from farming and moved to Quesnel, B.C. At the time of his passing he resided at Delta, B.C. He is also survived by three sons, Hiede Karaki, 11087 84A Ave. Delta. B.C., V4C 3A9, Dr. Susuma Karaki, 1909 Seminole Drive, Fort Collins, Colo., 80521, Yukio Karaki, 11935 86th Ave., Delta, B.C. V4C 2Y1: three daughters, Mrs. Mac (Reyko) Nishiyama of Raymond, Mrs. Norman Iwasaki (Yoko) 1428 So. Klein, Reedley, Calif. 93654, and Mrs. Alan (Etsuko) Madsen, 7268 York Crescent, Delta, B.C. V4C 4L5; 14 grandchildren. The funeral service was held in Surrey, B.C. on Tuesday, December 10, with Rev. Yakumo of the Vancouver Buddhist Church officiating. Cremation followed. Pallbearers were: Mac Nishiyama, Norman Iwasaki, Alan Madsen, Allan Karaki. Ted Koyata and Mit- suo Sugahara. A special memorial service will be held at the Raymond Buddhist Church, Sunday evening December 15, at p.m. 7557 DEATHS GALLA Passed away in the city on Friday, December 13, 1974, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Julia Galla at the age of 70 years, beloved wife of Mr. Steve Galla of 601 9th Ave. N. Born in Hungary, the late Mrs. Galla came to Canada to Coaldale in 1931. In 1938 she moved to Lethbridge, where she had resided until her passing. Besides her lov- ing husband she is also surviv- ed by one son, Mr. John Babrayi in Hungary; one daughter, Mrs. Wm. (Violet) Senderson of Osooyos, B.C.; six grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. J. (Theresa) Share and three brothers, Steve, Archie, Mike all in Hungary. The funeral service will be held at a.m. on Tuesday, December 17, 1974, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Father G. Marien officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot, Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C5188 VISHLOFF Passed away on Thursday, December 12, Alex F. Vishloff, aged 82 years of Cowley. Born in Russia, he came to Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan in 1899, with his mother and grand- parents. He married Mary Konkin at Pelly, Saskatchewan in 1910, where they resided and farmed in the Christian Community of Universal Brotherhood. They moved to Brilliant, B.C. in 1913 and then settled in the Lundbreck-Cowley district in 1917, where he has resided un- til his death. Mrs. Vishloff predeceased him in 1972. Sur- vived by two sons, Alex Jr. of Cowley, and Fred of Kelowna, B.C.; three daughters, Mrs. W. (Helen) Kabatoff of Pincher Creek, Mrs. P. (Mary) Gevatkow, Nelson, B.C., and Mrs. G. (Annie) Shkuratoff, Nelson, B.C.; fourteen grandchildren, and fourteen great-grand- children. The funeral service will be held in the Doukhobor Prayer Home, Lundbreck, on Sunday. Interment at 2 p.m. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Pincher Creek. C5189 IN MEMORIAM CLEAVER In loving memory of my dear husband and father Ernest Cleaver. Sweet are the memories silently kept Of one we loved and will never forget. remembered by wife Edith and family. 7503 IN MEMORIAMS IRVINE In memory of John Irvine. A smiling face, a heart of, gold, He suffered much, but never told. A better brother never lived sisters, Alice, Lillian, and family. 7522 SCROGGIE In loving memory of A. J. Scroggie who passed away December 14, 1962. remembered and sadly missed by wife Helen, daughter Jolane and family, son Gordon and family. 7502 KUMOREK In loving memory of our dear mother and Baba, Agnes (Kraus) Kumorek, who passed away December 14, 1968. Gone but not forgotten. remembered by Harding and Mary; grandchildren Harding Jr., JoAnne and Shirl; also Agnes and family; Charlie, Dorothy and family, Toni, Ron and family. 7504 GOODSTRIKER In lov- ing memory of a dear mother and grandmother, -Marion, who passed away December 14, 1972. No length of time can take away, Our thoughts of you from day to day. Though absent you are always near Still loved, still missed, still very dear. remembered and sadly missed by sons, daughters and grandchildren. 7524 CARD OF THANKS VAN DYK I wish to ex- press my sincere appreciation to the doctors who attended me during my recent illness. I also would like to thank the Nurses and Nurses Aides of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, for the kindness shown to me. Also my relatives, friends, neighbours, and Rev. Hankinson for the many visits, flowers and cards they sent to me. Your thoughtfulness is most appreciated. May God bless you all. Grace Van Dyk. 7475-14 I SPORTSWEAR for GALS DRESSES Snappy separates styled for action in our mix and match co-ordinates by KORET and TAN JAY also featuring all styles and colors of PANT SUITS 20% DISCOUNT COATS and PANT COATS Luxurious fox, mink and muskrat fur trimm- ed coats in plain tweeds, leathers. Also high styled untrimmed coats. Downtown Ltthbridge i LONG SKIRTS PYJAMA SETS ind GOWNS in a full array of colors and styles. GIFT SUGGESTIONS Nighties and Peignoir Sets Baby Doll PJ's Lounge Wear Slip and Briefs Sets by Kayser Blouses Sweaters bv Dal Keith (Cardigan and Pullover) CARDS OF THANKS NELSON I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks to my friends that donated towards my mission fund, also for the cards and gifts I received. -Elder Dale A. Nelson, 619- C Street, Lenoore, California, U.S.A., 93245. 7555 take this oppor- tunity to express our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for the house warm- ing party on October 27th. The wishing well gift has been put to good use and is greatly appreciated. and Linda Lien 7499 SHIMEK -1 wish to extend my sincere thanks to my doc- tors, nurses and staff of the St. Michael's Hospital for their kindness and care during- my hospitalization. Thanks also to my relatives and friends for flowers, gifts and visits. I would also like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Lukas Shimek 7497 POZGAJ We would like to express our sincere thanks to all our relatives and friends who helped in any way during our recent bereavement and for their expressions of sym- pathy, flowers, sympathy cards, food and visits to the hospital which helped us all so much at this time. Special thanks to Father Marion and the pallbearers. Pauline Pozgaj, Jerry and Janice. 7498 WILCINSKY We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for the comfort and sympathy by relatives, friends and neighbors, for flowers, cards and food sent to the house during the recent bereavement of our brother, uncle and great-uncle, August Wilcinsky. Thanks to Rev. L. D. Hankinson, Martin Bros., pallbearers, special thanks to the doctor of the Haig Clinic, and the staff of the third and second main floor of the Municipal Hospital. Special thanks to my neighbor, Mrs. Daisy Beard and daughter Grace your kindness will always be remembered. Wilcinsky, Lydia Schulze and families. 7554 Lippmann dead NEW YORK (AP) Pulitzer Prize-winning colum- nist Walter Lippmann, one of the most influential political writers of his time, died today. He was 85. Only two months ago, he had been honored by Mayor Abraham Beame and presented the city's highest award, the Bronze Medal of Honor. Decision reserved in trafficking case Provincial Judge L. W. Hudson has reserved decision to Dec. 20 in the case of a Lethbridge man charged with possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking. Gary Peter Tompkins was charged Sept. 23 after a sub- stance was found inside the right front hubcap of his car. RCMP searched the vehicle on the side of a gravel road near Taber. RCMP Constable Ken Kramer testified in provincial court Friday Mr. Tompkins was observed picking up a package at the Taber bus depot and followed to the dis- trict road. Analysis showed the substance found by police to be marijuana and hashish. About two ounces of hashish and 13 sticks of "elephant weed" were found in the hub- cap. Elephant weed, the court was told, is the flowering part of the marijuana plant wrapped around a stick four to five inches long. Const. Kramer testified the marijuana and hashish had a total wholesale value of about and a street value of about Mr. Tornpkins, in giving testimony, did not deny being in possession of the drugs but did deny he was intending to sell them. Defence counsel called Lawrence Kotkas, a local physician and psychiatrist, to testify as to the mental and physical condition of Mr. Tompkins. Dr. Kotkas said he had treated at least 100 drug ad- dicts and the doctor testified he felt Mr. Tompkins was in the top 10 per cent of the more serious cases he worked on. Mr. Tompkins testified he has used all kinds of drugs for a number of years; mari- juana, LSD, cocaine, and heroin. He said he drove to Cranbrook, flew to Vancouver and bought the hashish and marijuana sticks and sent the drugs by bus to Taber. "I flew back to Cranbrook and drove to Taber to pick up the Mr. Tompkins said. He said he used the Cranbrook-Vancouver route because he didn't want to be searched by police at the air- port in Calgary. The drugs cost him he said, and the money came from a job with Canadian Pacific Railway. "There was a drought on in Lethbridge that I figured would last more than two weeks and drugs were too ex- pensive here so I went to Van- couver to get enought to last me until the drought Mr. Tompkins said. Mr. Tompkins admitted un- der cross examination that on April 3 he delivered 15 pounds of marijuana to another man at a Lethbridge residence. Henry says Atlantic co-operation needed BRUSSELS (AP) State Secretary Henry Kissinger says Western defences will be affected by "political in- stability" unless the Atlantic Alliance agrees to un- precedented levels of co- operation and consultation. Speaking to reporters Fri- day following a two-day ministerial meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Kissinger said the Ford administration will consult with the allies before taking any longterm economic ac- tion. The threat of high oil prices and of foundering economies were the main subjects at the NATO talks, which in the past had been centred on counter- ing the military threat of the Soviet bloc. Kissinger said rival oil strategies of the United States and France can be reconciled at a meeting starting today between Presidents Ford and Valery Giscard d'Estaing on the Caribbean island of Mar- tinique. Washington proposes to combat high oil prices by seeking a solid front of in- dustrialized oil importers. But France has boycotted the 16-nation International Energy Agency, sponsored by the U.S., and has pressed instead for immediate talks with the Arabs and other ma- jor oil producers. Kissinger stressed that the U.S. agreed with France "in principle" but remained firm on a united consumers' front. "In principle, we do not be- lieve there is a difference be- tween consumer co-operation and consumer-producer dia- logue." Kissinger said. "In fact, we believe con- sumer consultation is a prere- quisite." CAREERS EXPERIENCED MEDICAL RECORDS PERSON To share duties in 60 bed accredited active treat- ment hospital. Salary to commensurate with ex- perience an H.S.A.A. agreement. Starting date to be agreeable to both parties. Applicants may apply to; Miss R. Rinaldi, Director of Nursing, Crowsnest Pass General Hospital and Nursing Home District No. 40 Box 510, Blairmore, Alberta. AGRICULTURAL SALES We have a sales opening for a self-motivated person with an agricultural background. We will train you to sell the world's leading storage and automated feeding systems. Our program is based. Phone 277-7581 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Long Distance call collect. HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS REQUIRED Permanent positions. Large new shop in Calgary. Excellent wages. Apply to: SERVICE MANAGER, Cedar Construction Equipment Co. Ltd. 8242-30th Street S.E., Calgary Phone: (403) 279-4454 After (403) 281-5387 BLOCK ESTATE CAREER? THE REWARDS 1. THE INCOME FREEDOM DEVELOPMENT 2. N.R.S. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE 4. TRAINING TPAmwr- NG 3. SERVICE 6 FIRST STEP BILL LAZARUK 328-7402 BLOCK BROS. 328-2356 SALESPERSON REQUIRED BY LETHBRIDGE RETAIL SPECIALTY FURNITURE STORE Travel required in Southwestern Alberta Must have own transportation Salaried training period with commission thereafter Sales experience desired but not necessary "Our staff is aware of this ad! Please send resume to: Box 59 Lethbridge Herald REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT Vermilion Barrhead The Alberta Department of Agriculture. Agriculture Development Cor- poration. This is an advanced professional position in the specialized agricultural field of agricultural credit and finance. The duties involve the supervision, administration and promotion of the direct and guaranteed loan program in the region. Including the designing and developing of specialized regional credit programs involving credit education, promotion, training, research projects and cousellmg. Re- quires a B.Sc. in Agriculture with extensive experience in credit; or a B. Commerce with extensive agricultural background and knowledge of credit. Candidates must be familiar with form management and appraisal techniques; preference will be given to candidates with train- ing at the Masters level. Salary dependent upon formal education and experience. Closes January 15. 1975. Competition number M641-40. APPLY: Government of Alberta Personnel Administration Office Main Floor, Centennial Building 1001S 103 Avenue T5J OH4 Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2C1 Liberia GOVERNMENT o ALBERTA REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY -by- INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES SERVICE CENTRE 2 SALES PERSONNEL FOR FARM EQUIPMENT SALES Farm background an asset but not essential. Full company benefits, excellent renumeration. Un- limited opportunity for advancement. Apply in person or write giving full resume to C.W. STANLEY Sales Manager 304 Stafford Drive Phone 327-3125 Employer Survey Employment of Handicapped POSITIONS AVAILABLE A number of local organizations, interested in facilitating the employ- ment ot handicapped individuals, are in the process of undertaking an employer survey. The purpose of ins survey is to: prospective employers aware of the abilities of handicapped persons, and employers to employ handicapped persons. fne survey, to oe conducted Between January 2 and April 30. 1975, will require the following assistants: (2) interviewers The major responsibility of these persons will be to contact and interview prospective employees. Hourly rate: plus holiday pay. (1) information clerk This person's major responsibilities will be in the clerical support area, including the compilation and organization of material for a directory. Hourly rate: plus holiday pay. Applications may be obtained from the Career Information Centre, Room 407, Professional Building, 740 4 Avenue S.. Lethbridge. or a complete personal resume may be forwarded to the above address.