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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February THE LETHMIDQE HERALD -31 ftpll hearinc Births, Deaths, In Memoriams to consider Of ThankS I relationship BIRTH DAWSON Ted and Maureen are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Aaron Edward, born February 1st, 1974, in the Regina. General Hospital. 8116 DEATHS GARRETT Passed away 'in the city on Sunday, February 3, 1974, following a brief illness, Mr. Anson Miles Garrett at the age of 94 years of Lethbridge, formerly of Coutts, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Sophie Garrett. Prayers will be said at p.m. on Wednesday (tonight) February in St. Peter's Catholic Church in Milk River. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Thursday, February in Sf. Peter's Catholic Church in Milk River, with Rev. Father J. Schuster, celebrant. Interment will follow in the Family Plot, Coutts Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at the Church from a.m. until prior to the time of service. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7134 NEGLY Passed away in Milk River on Monday, February 4, 1974, following a brief illness, Mr. Joseph Frank Negly at the age of 68 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Jessie Negly of Coutts. Born in Hungary, the late Mr. Negly came to Canada as an infant with his family and settled in Hardieville. In 1916 he moved to Coutts and in 1928 homesteaded and farmed east of Coutts until he retired to Coutts in 1966, where'he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife Jes- sie, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. T. (Helen) Giacchetta of Coaldale; two grandsons, Jason and Darwin Giacchetta of Coaldale; four sisters, Mrs. E. (Mary) Doran of Kalispell, Montana; Mrs. A. (Anne) Waters and Mrs. A. (Rose) Ainscough, both of 'Coutts; Mrs. J. (Emily) Henderson ,of Lethbridge. He was predeceased by two brothers. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at a.m. on Friday, February in St. Peter's Catholic Church in Milk River, with Rev. J. Schuster Celebrant. Interment will follow in the .Family Plot, Coutts Cemetery. In lieu of flowers those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bid., Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7133 HAMBRIC (nee Dangerfield) Passed away suddenly in Seattle on Saturday, February 2, 1974, Mrs. Shirley Jean Hambric at the age of 46 years, beloved wife of Mr. Daniel Hambric of Seattle. Born, raised and educated in the Coutts area, the late Mrs. Hambric moved .to Great Falls, Montana, in '1947, where she resided until 1968, when she moved to Seattle, where she has resided until her passing. Besides her loving husband, Daniel, she is survived by seven daughters, Mrs. Linda Overton of Great Falls, Montana, Bonnie, Connie, Barbra, Darlene, Sharon, Sheryl; one grand- daughter; six sisters, Mrs. Alice Murdoch of Simms, Montana, Mrs. Dorothy Ramsay of Coutts, Mrs. Echo Gracey of Manyberries, Mrs. Eva Jacobsen of Sun River, Montana, Mrs. Norma Calder of Aden, Mrs. Maxine Ashworth of Culbertson, Montana; four brothers, Mr. Alfred Dangerfield of Aden, Mr. Ralph Dangerfield of Edmonton, Mr. Fred Dangerfield of Coutts, and Mr. Norman Dangerfield of Vauxhall. She was predeceased by one son. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Friday, February 8, 1974 in the Grain Community Hall in Aden, with Rev. L. Frank Lee officiating. Interment win follow in the Family Plot, Aden Cemetery. In lieu of flowers those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bid., LeUibridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7132 IN MEMORIAM BLAIR In toying memory of Alex Blair of Picture Butte who passed away February 4, 1986. remembered by his loving wife Edith and son Locke. 80B4 DEATH RED YOUNG MAN Passed away in Calgary on Sunday, February 3, 1974, Allan Red Young Man, aged 29 years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Red Young Man of Brocket. The funeral service will be held in St. Cyprian's Anglican Church, Friday at a.m., Rev. R. Hunt officiating. Interment in Brocket Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C7131 IN MEMORIAMS SANDERCOCK In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Beth Sandercock, who passed away February 6, 1962. No perfect day without you remembered by husband Fred, Arvil Sillito family, son John, Edith Gaboon family and Fred Sandercock family. 8064 NELSON In loving memory of a wonderful mother, Bessie Cleo Nelson, who passed away February 6, 1973, just five days before her 75th birthday. Thus do we walk with her and keep unbroken, The bond which nature gives, Knowing that our remembrance tho' unspoken, May reach here where she lives. remembered and sadly missed, Jean and Reece Williams. HRNCHIAR In loving memory of my dear husband Andrew, who passed away February and my dear daughter Sussan who passed away February 2, 1964. Like falling leaves the years pass by But love and memories never die Precious forever are memories of you Today, tomorrow and all life through. remembered by his wife Sussan and the family. 8083 NELSON In memory of a precious "Lady" who passed away February How very close her memory is still with us today, For tho' she's gone, those treasured thoughts can never fade away. But they will grow still sweeter, as the days and years goby, For in beloved memory, our dear ones cannot die. remembered by her grandchildre, LaRae and Tony Clairmont and Tony Jr., Sheryl and Phil Gerlock, Tami Williams. 8059 ADAMSON In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Vaughn Adamson, who passed away February 6, 1973. The way he talked, the smile he wore, And all the thousand things so dear We loved about him while he lived Haven't gone with him from here; They're planted deep in memory's garden And watered daily with our tears, To keep them ever fresh and vivid Through all the coming years. remembered by Cleve, Mona and family. 8062 ADAMSON In loving niciinHj of a dear husband, father, grandfather, Vaughn Adamson who passed away February 6, 1973. One long and lonely year has passed away since our great sorrow fell. The shock which we received that day we still leiiienibtu well- Oar hearts still ache with sadness, our secret tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you dad, no one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely, and everything goes wrong. We seem to hear yon whisper, cheer up, and carry on. We love and miss you so dear dad. remembered and sadly missed by Iris wife Catherine, daughters Dorthy and family, Maire and family, son Floyd and family. 8061 IN MEMORIAMS HANDAREK In loving memory of a dear mother and grandma, Balbina, who passed away February No longer with us, our life to share, But in our hearts, you are always there. remembered by the family 8063 ADAMSON In loving memory of our dear friend, Vaughn Adamson who passed away Feb. 6, 1973. It's been one year since he went but you will always be in our hearts. You will never be forgotten by your friends who loved you so dear. remembered and sadly missed by Johr. and Phyllis Petersen 8060 CARD OF THANKS BALOG Louis and Irene Balog of Milk River would like to thank their many friends for- gifts, flowers, gifts of money, and for the many beautiful cards. Thanks to all who turned out to help make our 25th Anniversary such a memorable occasion. OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian transport commission to- day was to make public its de- cision on whether Northern Electric is to be grouped with Bell Canada, its parent com- pany for the purpose of ruling on a Bell rate application. Commission chairman Guy Roberge said Tuesday the hearing on Bell's latest application for increased rates will continue whatever the decision on Quebec's appeal to have Northern operations examined along with those of the parent company. He assured Ross Goodwin, Quebec government lawyer, that no major immediate change will have to be made by parties contesting the application as a result of the decision. Mr. Goodwin told the commission he may have to ask for an adjournment, depending on the outcome of the appeal, argued last month by Quebec with support from the Ontario government. Deliberation on the current rate proposal, which would boost average monthly home telephone bills by 10 cents, should continue with the parties concerned having the right to recall any witnesses later if the Northern decision necessitates such action, Mr. Roberge said. Bell lawyers said the two companies are separate and the transport commission has no jurisdiction over Northern. New man to take over top job in Costa Rica SAN JOSE (AP) When Daniel Oduber lost the Costa Rican presidential race in 1966, he analysed his loss and his country's political system in a book called A Campaign. This year, he tried again. And this time it looks like Oduber, a 52-year-old lawyer married to a Canadian, will be inaugurated May 8. With the votes in from more than half of the voting districts, Oduber was leading a field of eight men with votes, or 42.53 per cent. He had an edge of votes and 12.43 per cent over the candidate in second place. A candidate must get 40 per cent of the vote to win without a runoff. A member of President Jose Figueres's National Liberation parry and a liberal centrist, Oduber supports private enterprise. But he said in a recent interview he would like to regulate foreign investments along the lines of a Mexican law limiting the foreign share in new ventures to 49 per cent. There now are no restrictions. He promised to continue Figueres's labor and agricultural price stabilization policies. MAY DOUBLE PRICE Oduber probably will double the export price of coffee, the country's main export. Coffee brought in million last year in foreign exchange at a price of for 100 pounds. Observers expect him to try to change the constitution to give the executive more power. One restriction on the president that Figueres has severely criticized is a ban on his commenting on politics during election campaigns. Oduber was born Aug. 21, 1921. He studied philosophy and law at several European universities, including the Sorbonne in Paris. Oduber also studied at McGill University in Montreal where he met his wife Marjorie, daughter of Canadian career diplomat Colin Fraser Elliott. "Donna as she is known in Costa Rica, has worked for many years with agricultural co-operatives, in social welfare and has written a number of articles for the Costa Rica press. The Octobers have a son, Adrian, 10. After the 1948 civil war, Oduber became a founding member of the Liberation party, along with Figueres. He was a deputy in the Na- tional Assembly from 1958 to 1962, lost the 1966 presidential election to a conservative by votes and served again in the assembly from 1970 to 1973. They've made 'food' from waste paper NEW YORK (AP) A sci- entist and officials from Loui- siana State University say they have developed a process to convert waste paper in the laboratory into an animal food with more protein than steak or soybeans. Eventually, they said, they B.C. snowpack survey taken VANCOUVER As far as the British Columbia snow packs are concerned, it has been an average to above- average winter. Harry Hunter, chief ol the hydrology division of the water service, says a Feb 1 snow pack survey showed above average readings for the Fraser River system from Hope to its headwaters. He said there are "good" snow packs in the Similkameen, Okanagan, Kootenay and lower Columbia areas, an average pack cm the upper Columbia and an average to above average pack on the Thompson system. The far north around the Bennett Dam is reporting below average to average snow conditions, he said. Vancouver Island generally reported average coftditions. hope to be able to produce food for humans, too. The process was developed in a six-year research pro- gram at the university in Baton Rouge, La. It will take another five years to adapt the process to produce the food substance commercially, they said. The process uses bacteria called cellulomonas to break down cellulose fibres in wood, paper, textiles and yard wastes into a nearly tasteless granular synthetic protein substance. Dr. Vadake Srinivasan, who discovered the bacterium in a sugar cane field, said that re- fining the process to make the product digestible to humans could take seven to 10 more years As it can be used now, he said, the process would con- vert 100 pounds of pure paper into 60 pounds of food mass with a protein content of 60 per cent By contrast, the sci- entists said, steak has a 20- per-cenl protein content and soybeans about 44 per cent Teachers seek pay raise CALGARY (CP) Calgary public school teachers have asked the board of education to re-open salary negotiations to meet increases in the cost of living. Dissatisfaction is expressed at inquest SUDBURY, Ont. (CP) The coroner and the Crown attorney expressed dissatisfaction Tuesday at the way some of the'evidence is coming out at an inquest into 23 deaths at Sudbury General Hospital. "It's exceedingly strange that when we narrow in on the issue, everybody's memory becomes exceedingly Crown Attorney John Takach commented as he dealt with one of several witnesses who have shown hazy recollection during the 17 days of hearing. Few home to mind the store OTTAWA (CP) After Parliament sat for 12 months, with only brief interruptions, cabinet ministers are taking advantage of the current recess to fulfil speaking engagements, travel with official missions and enjoy some holidays. As a result, there are occa- sions when only two or three ministers are in Ottawa at any given time. At the moment, the three Ottawa-based ministers are External Affairs Minister Mitchell is acting prime minister in the absence of Mr. Affairs Minister Herb Gray and Supply Minister Jean-Pierre Goyer. Mr. Sharp goes to Washington for official talks this weekend, but other ministers will be returning to Ottawa at that time, including Privy Council President Allan MacEachen. now on a Caribbean holiday. While most of the ministers timed their official travels for the recess, others had estab- lished itineraries long before it was known when the House would rise. Health Minister Marc Lalonde had made plans months ago to attend the Commonwealth Games in New Zealand, regardless of whether the House was sitting. And, Regional Ex- pansion Minister Don Jamieson, who will go to New Zealand later this month for official talks, had made his plans prior to the recess. Energy Minister Donald Macdonald has been maintaining a hectic travel pace during the from the federal-provincial energy conference it is all related to his department He now is in Eng- land trying to see the British government on Canada's nu- clear-reactor system. Most of the vacationing ministers are restricting their holidays to two weeks. They all will be back here before Feb. 26 when Parliament resumes "Everybody says he's done everything Dr. Ross Bennett, deputy chief coroner for Ontario, said at another point while trying to find out why no record was kept of a departure from design drawings during installation of the medical gas system in a new wing of the hospital A misconnection in the pipes delivered nitrous oxide to oxygen outlets in four rooms of the new wing for an unknown time last year, and at least one of the deaths is blamed on the substitution. The inquest spent Tuesday examining three workmen in- volved in parts of the pipe in- stallation at various times in 1972 and early 1973, but appar- ently without getting any closer to the location and time of the fatal mistake. MAY FOCUS ON POINT But there was some ex- pectation that the inquiry might focus on the crucial point today with the evidence of Aldo Defend, who was plu- bing foreman in direct charge of the gas installation during its late stages including the May-September period of last year when 23 persons died after being prescribed oxygen. All of the workmen who have testified so far were engaged on different stages of construction that did not include the final hookup of the system to the central gas supply. One of these, plumber Charles Smashnuk, aroused Mr. Takach's impatience when his current memory did not tally with what he told police investigators after the gas trouble was discovered last September. The questioning concerned a section of the design drawings for the gas system in which lengths of the oxygen and nitrogen lines had their designations interchanged at some point Mr. Smashnuk could not re- member, in looking at the drawings, how be actually laid down the lines. It was only when Mr. Takach reminded him of what be bad told police Oct. 22 that he was able to ratline on the plans how he bad laid down this section of the pipes. Another witness, foreman Manfred Seiler, would not agree with a suggestion from lawyer Elmer Sopha of Sudbury, representing families of five of the dead, that the drawing error led to the misconnection. Bold rescue BUENOS AIRES (AP) Argentine terrorists dressed as doctors freed a wounded companion today from a hospital where' he was taken after a Shootout with police, officers reported. Police said 20 to 25 men and women were involved HI the bold rescue mission at the San Roque Hospital hi Manuel Gonnet about 20 mites south of Baenos Aires. Scene of shooting The truck in which the first death due to the truckers strike took place sits in a yard off United States Highway 13 where It came to a stop after the driver was killed by a shotgun blast. The driver was killed after an automobile pulled alongside the cab of the truck and shots were fired at the driver near Harrington, Del. CAREERS PRINCIPAL Lethbridge School District No. 51 REQUIRES A CHURCHILL HIGH SCHOOL Winston Churchill, a senior high school of approximately 650 students is an innova- tive school committed to highly individualized learning and instruction. The school has been 'operating under an objective based management system. Preference will be given to applicants with post- graduate work. Submit full curriculum vitae, complete with ref- erences, by no later than February 15 to. 1 Director of Personnel 433 15th St. S. Lethbridge, Alberta THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES HAVE Immediate Job For Dentists Nurses Doctors Marine Military Engineers And in the Following Trader Infantryman Cook Airframe Technician Radio Operator Marine Engineer Electronics Artilleryman Military Policeman Aero Engine Technician Medical Assistant Teletype Operator Administrative Clerk 4 et Phone or VWt Your Canadian FOTCM Recruiting Mobiit (novel LovnnQoje on B, 7, A HOTm r INNIO. nvcnmnoj unft 1E1 S22 Mi Ave. SW GET INVOLVED EARN WHILE YOU LEARN ;