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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Satiirdav. 1973 In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Christmas Christmas Trudeau tosses price DEATH COLEMAN Yard passed away suddenly on Wednesday. December 1973 at the age of 57 beloved husband of Hazel Coleman of Cardston. Mr. Coleman was born in Mt. View Alberta on August resided in Magrath until he was 12 years of age when his parents moved to Beazer. He married Hazel Sillito in Alberta on March 1941. They lived in Cardston for some time and then moved to Champion. In 1947 they moved to Claresholm and to Hanna in 1950 where he operated a ranch. He returned to Cardston in 1953 and continued to reside there until the time of his passing. He was a butcher by trade and worked at this all his life except at Hanna. In Cardston he operated the Quality Meat Market. He leaves to mourn his passing besides his loving three sons. Gerald of Terrance of Medicine and Clarke of three grandsons and his mother. Mrs. Dora D. Coleman of one Cardwynn of four Mrs. Roy Williams of Browning Mrs. Robert Wright of Mrs. William Metgeof Mrs. Rulbn Brinkerhoff of Layton Utah. He was predeceased by his Ether Joseph one Lund and a Mrs. Charles Trelease. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake Chapel in Cardston on December 17th at 2 with Bishop Don Shaw of- liciatmg Interment wiH tollow in the Cardston Cemetery Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Socie- ty Room of the Church. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Cardston. Directors of Funeral Service. C6074 WATERWAYS AVAILABLE lakes and rivers throughout Canada are equally available to all coun- tries for shipping purposes. DEATH TARLETON Passed away on in the city on Satur- December Mr. James at the age of 84 beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Tarleton of 1726 13th Ave. S. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C6073 IN IRVINE In memory of John who passed away December 1963. The leaves and flowers may wither The golden sun may set. But the hearts that loved you won't forget. missed by two sisters and Alice and Lillian. 5797 CLEAVER In loving memory of my dear father and Ernest Cleaver. Sweet are the memories silently Of one we loved and will never forget. remembered by his wife son and daughter Alice Conine and family. 5790 PERINI In loving memory of a dear son and who passed away suddenly December 1972. One long and lonely year has passed since our great sorrow The shock which we receiv- ed that day we still remember The parting was so we often wonder To us the hardest part of you never said goodbye. Our hearts still ache with and silent tears still For .what it meant to lose no one will ever know. remembered and sadly missed by your daughter dad and sister Wendy. 5790 IN MEMORIAMS MIKALSON -'in loving memory of a dear mother and who passed away December 1972. Today recalls sad Of a dear mother gone to rest. And the ones who think of her Are the ones who loved her best. And while she lies in peaceful Her memory we will always keep. remembered and loved by Roger and Dianne. 4994 PETERSON In loving memory of a dear father and who passed away December 1972. One lonely year has passed away since our great sorrow fell. The shock which we receiv- ed that we still remember well. Our hearts still ache with our secret tears still flow. For what it meant to lose no one will ever know. When we are sad and and everything goes wrong We seem to hear you cheer up and carry on. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Jerry and Doreen and families. 5792 CARDS OF THANKS THE CHAMPION ALTAR SOCIETY wishes to thank the Auction Block for offering their free service to help drought stricken Africa. 5795 TAI CHAPTER BETA SIGMA PHI wishes to an- nounce the winner of Baby Quilt Raffle is Miss Zezulka of Ontario. Thank you all for your support. 5816 CARDS OF THANKS HUDSON The family of the late Harold V. Hudson wish to thank all their friends for the letters and flowers sent to them. Also our thanks to the many friends who contributed to the charity of their choice. and Bud Hudson. and Paul Scotten. 5796 THOMPSON Sincere thanks to all my friends and relatives who sent gifts and cards and those who visited me during my recent surgery and convalescence. Your kind thoughts will always be remembered and appreciated. A special thank .you to the Lethbridge Flying Club. Thompson. 5817 ZIELKE I would like to thank my nurses and staff at St. Michael's also sincere thanks to all my friends for their cards and visits while I was hospitalized and very special thanks to my family. Zielke. 5793 KASKO I wish to express my sincere thanks to my doc- tor and to the staff of the Municipal Hospital. many thanks to my friends and relatives for the lovely and visits I received during my stay. Ethel Kasko. 5794 Christmas Cards PPPP NAGY We wish all our friends a very Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year. and Julia Nagy 5747-15 HALL Bob and Liz Hall greet all their friends in Southern and wish them a joyful and peaceful Christmas and a prosperous New Year. Donations in lieu of cards have been made to the Salvation Army and the Cup of Milk Fund. 5802-22h There are a few drivers who n't think much of our Check Stops. Drivers who drink too The equivalent of the population of Fort McMurray Im- paired drivers are involved in over half of all traffic accidents in Alberta. women and children are slaughtered by drivers who had that too To stop the city police forces and RCMP are co- operating in the Alberta Check Stop program. When you're show your pink card. Thinking drivers can breathe easy. It's the impaired driver we want off the road. The driver who may be approaching you breathing CHECK STOP ALBERTA CAN MEAN SAFE DRIVING. HELP US KEEP THE IMPAIRED DRIVER OFF OUR ROADS. Cards ball to provinces PRICE George and Hilda Price and Albert wish all their friends and neighbors a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. 5798 HICKEY To my relations and many good I wish them a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Mike Hickey 5799-26h ROBULIK I want to wish my friends and neighbors a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. and Kate. 5803 BLANCHARD To all my friends and relatives A Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Vi Blanchard. 5800-22h THOMPSON Best wishes to all our relatives and friends for a Merry Christmas and a healthy and prosperous New Year. and Bernie and Family. 5818 BOURRET Vic and Yvonne and family wish all their friends in Lethbridge and Foremost District the very best of the season. 5801-22h GERMAN LINER SOLD HAMBURG. Germany West Germany's largest and most modern passenger the 25.032-ton was sold for million to a Liberian-based shipping company. Robin Shipping Corp. of Monrovia. which bought the liner is understood to American-owned. Farm Reporter-Editor Must have daily newspaper experience and be familiar with farm production procedures A considerable amount of travelling is so successful applicant must own a reliable car. All applications will be kept strictly confiden- tial. State experience and starting salary ex- pected. FARM LIGHT POWER 210-1808 Smith St.. Rtgina. Sask. S4P 2N4 County of Lethbridge No. 26 invites applications for the position of custodian at McNally School. Low rental living accommodation available at school site. Salary per year. agreement presently under Addi- tional information available at the County Office. Ap- plications must be received at the County Office by December 1973. A. C. BARFETT Assistant Manager County of Uthbrldge No. 26 Your future is here GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA Vocational Counsellor Department of Advanced Calgary A professional position with responsibilities for counselling of Alberta citizens wishing to improve or expand their preparation for employment. Degree in Arts or experience in teaching or career vocational testing and counselling an asset. Salary dependent upon qualifications. Closes December 1973. Competition 5501-C-49. Information and application forms GOVERNMENT OP ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S. W. ALBERTA T2P OY8 FARM CREDIT CORPORATION Requires CREDIT ADVISORS This is a field position located at various agricultural centres in Alberta. It involves interviewing farm considering applications for conducting an analysis of farm investment provision of financial advice to borrowers and other related duties. Training is provided in Farm Farm Management and CANFARM. Applicants should have a Degree in Agriculture. A farm background is desirable as is related experience in Agricultural Credit or Agri- Business. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Applicants are requested to submit a resume of their experience and qualifications Mr. G. M. Assistant Branch Landing Farm Credit Corporation 400 Chancery Hall Edmonton. consultant GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT Proposals are invited from qualified Alberta Consultants the preparation of a status report on Groundwater Management in Alberta to be used as a background paper for Public Hearings. The document must be suitable for wide public use. It should define the groundwater resource and consider its current future legislative controls and management alternatives. Closing date for proposals is January 1974 and completion is expected in 9 months from signing of the agreement. For further details and terms of please ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY 9912 107 Street Alberta Phone 423-2247 ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY OTTAWA prov- inces must take the first step to ease the impact of high oil prices in Eastern Prime Minister Trudeau 'in- dicated Friday. want the provinces to ac- cept some of the responsi- he said after the sub- ject was raised in the Com- mons for the third consecutive day. He did not rule out special federal but said the provinces should take the initiative by using some of the hard they already get from Ottawa. Federal equalization grants tor poorer provinces recently increased by he and all provinces soon would be benefitting from higher family allowances. a federal politician let the provinces take some of the GULF OIL CANADA LTD. REQUIRES Service Station Operator For Further Particulars Phone 328-9578 After 7 p.m. or Write Box 123 Herald REAL ESTATE We are interested in an experienced Real Estate Salesman who has the qualifications to open an agency on a partnership basis. We have excellent office steno staff and the capital required. APPLY IN CONFIDENCE TO BOX 118 HYDROLOGIST REQUIRED Purpose and To conduct hydrologlcal studies leading to optimum efficiency in a large open pit Tar Sands mining project at Athabasca. The preferred applicant will be a graduate geological or civil or ground water geologist with 3-5 years experience in open pit mine dewaterlng systems Supervisory ability and a sound knowledge of mining processes Is required. Please reply in writing Recruitment Representative SHELL CANADA LIMITED P.O. Box 880 Alberta. MINE PLANNING ENGINEER Either degree in mine engi- neering OF graduate of recognized school of mines. Minumum of 4 years experience in field. Married Responsibilites Normal mine planning engineer Development lay out Blast hole lay out Ventilation Rock mechanics Coverage by Manitoba Medi Prescription Dental Optical Plan and Group Life Insurance plus liberal vacation schedules with pay. Rental units and housing available with subsidized loans for purchase of same. Salary commensurate with experience. Resume and replies Mr. S. W. Superintendent of Staff Personnel Office Sherritt Gordon Mines Limited Lynn Manitoba ROB OWO Senior Mining Engineer Required An excellent opportunity exists In the development of our Athabasca Tar Sands Project for a graduate Mining Engineer. Responsibilities will Include equipment field testing and mine design of tailings mine dewaterlng and some field supervision. Work location will be In Calgary but candidates must be available for later transfer to the plant site In the McMurray area. Applicants should have 5-10 years of open pit mine ex- preferably In the use od draglines and be qualified to obtain a mine managers certificate. Interview and relocation cost will be paid In full. Salary will be commensurate with experience. PIMM apply In writing Racrultmant Rapraaantativa SHELL CANADA LIMITED P.O. Box Albarta ;