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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Jai.uary 3, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS BOAK Passed away suddenly in Prince George, B.C. on Saturday, December 28, 1974, Mr. Walter James Boak at the age of 48 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Pat Boak of Prince George, formerly of Lethbridge. Besides his toying wife, he is also survived by one son, Michael, of Lethbridge; two daughters, Mrs. B. (Billie Jean) Takacs of Coalhurst, Miss Tracy Boak of Prince George; two grandchildren; two brothers and one sister. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, January 4, 1975, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13lh St. N., with Rev. L. R. Varty officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C5507 RITCHIE Thursday, January 2, 1975, Miss Brenda Lynn Ritchie, aged 16 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Hardy of 241-25 Avenue N.E., Calgary. Born in Calgary she attended Tux- edo School, George P. Vanier Junior High School and was a Grade XI student at James Fowler High School at the time of her passing. Brenda had been active in Brownies. Besides. her parents, she is survived by a brother and sister-in-law, Alan and Sharon Ritchie, Calgary; three grandmothers, Mrs. Mary Campbell and Mrs. May Ritchie, both of Winnipeg and Mrs. Jane Hardy, Calgary; and the following aunts and uncles: Blaine and Barbara McFarlane, Calgary; Leonard and Janet Gaunt, Vancouver; Ben and Ruby Campbell, Saskatoon; Al and Mary Dock, Vancouver; Don and Thelma Campbell, Winnipeg. Brenda was predeceased by her father, James Ritchie, on January 3, 1967. Services at THE GARDEN CHAPEL (Foster Funeral 540- 16 Ave. N.W., Calgary, on Saturday at p.m., Rev. J. W. Mills of Chalmers Presbyterian Church of- ficiating. Interment Mountain View Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, if friends desire, donations may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation, 2011-10 Ave. S.W., Calgary or to the charity of your choice.- C5502 DEATH MARGOLIN Virginio, beloved husband of the late Maria Marcolin of Bellevue, passed away in the Claresholm Care Centre in Claresholm on January 1, 1975, at age 89 years. He was born in Loria, Province of Treviso, Italy on November He came to Canada in January 1903 to Montreal, where he worked for the CPR for several months before moving to Bellevue in 1910. He also resided in Lille and Fer- nie, B.C. He was a plumber by trade. Mr. Marcolin was predeceased by his wife Maria in Bellevue on September 2, 1974 whom he had married in Frank in 1909. He was also predeceased by one son, William in Bellevue in 1965. Surviving are two sons, Albert of Trail, B.C., Hugo in Toronto, Ontario; two daughters, Mrs. R. (Kath) Shaw of Kelowna and Mrs. Eda Pattel of Vancouver; 10 grandchildren and 11 great- grandchildren. Funeral ser- vices will be held in Fantin's Blairmore Chapel on Satur- day, January 4 at 2 p.m., with Rev. Tim Connolly officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Hillcrest Cemetery. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C5501 IN MEMORIAMS STILL In loving memory of Carol, who passed away January 3rd, 1974. They who think that you are gone Because no more your face they see, Are wrong for in our hearts you live; And always will, in memory. remembered by Delaine, Jim and family. STILL In loving memory of a dear daughter and sister Carol, who passed away January 3, 1974. We sat beside your bedside, our hearts were crushed and sore, We saw you slowly sinking, but knew we could do no more, Treasurer her Lord, in your garden of rest, For on this earth she was one of the best, She suffered in silence when no one knew. remembered by mom and Judy. 8330 IN MEMORIAMS CARBERT In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Rose Carbert, who passed away January 1, 1973. remembered and loved by George, Dorothy, and girls. 8281 WOLOSCHUK In loving memory of our dear husband, father and grandfather Nick, who passed away January 1, 1971. In tears we saw you sinking, We watched you fade away. Our hearts were almost broken, As you fought so hard to stay. But when we saw you sleeping, so peaceful free from pain, We could not wish you back, to suffer so again. missed by your wife Ann, daughters Mary, Helen, Gladys and their families. 8282 CARD OF THANKS THE GOLDEN MILE BOARD would like to thank the Business'Merchants and private individuals who donated so generously to the Christmas Day Dinner at the Centre. The winner of the Picture Raffle was Janice McRobbie of Calgary and the pipe set was won by Mr. A. Cursit Box 115 Bellevue, Alberta. The Board and members wish all their many friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year. C5483-4 Legal bill already SEATTLE (AP) John Eh- rlichrnan, convicted of con- spiracy and perjury in the Wa- tergate cover-up, says his legal bills already exceed "I haven't had a bill from an attorney he told re- porters Thursday night after he arrived by air from Washington, D.C. Ehrlichman also said he was negotiating with the Mutual Broadcasting System for a job as a political com- mentator, "but we haven't firmed anything up yet." More suspects sought MADRID (Reuter) Arrest warrants were issued today for four Basques accus- ed of assassinating Spanish Premier Luis Carrero Blanco. The official gazette iden- tified the four as Jose Ignacio Mujica Arregui and Francisco Javier Aya Zulaica, both 29, Domingo Iturbe Abasolo, 31, and Juan Miguel Gpiburu Mendizabal. A total of 16 persons have been indicted in connection with the assassination but only two are in jail. The Spanish government believes most of the others are in France but repeated requests for their extradition have been rejected by the French. Two To Knit! 7484 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES PHARMACIST REQUIRED CONTACT THRIFTWAY DRUGS 327-0340 YOUTH WORKER Part-time Salaried Position Administrative Duties. Starts January 6th, 1975 327-2284-Phone-327-8221 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY A Chartered Accountant We are a rapidly growing Lethbridge business, offering the individual the opportunity for ad- vancement and company benefits. Excellent working conditions. Salary com- mensurate with experience. Reply in strict confidence to Box 71 Herald. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Requires SALES MANAGER Responsible for sales and advertising program of Southern Alta's largest short line and irrigation equipment dealer. You will be backed up by an aggressive, financially sound company. We represent some of the top name brands of equipment. We offer a company 32 years old and still growing. We can offer an opportunity for growth, an interesting future with an attractive Salary and bonus plan. Comprehensive employee benefits. QUALIFICATIONS: successful sales or marketing record with a (arm equipment irrigation background ability to direct and motivate people INTERESTED PERSONS PLEASE CONTACT RUSSLUNNEY Box1202 Lethbridge, Aldberta All knit 'n' purl! Whip up both for that special girl. Tanks, tanks the more the merrier for the young set! Knit top and jumper in smart rippled design of scraps or her favorite colors. Pattern 7484: Sizes 4, 6, 8, 10 included. fl.OO for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first- class mail and special handl- ing to Alice Brooks, Lethbridge Herald, Needlecraft Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough, Ontario, MIT 4P7. Ont. residents add sales tax. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. MAJOR OIL COMPANY requires LESSEE-DEALER For fully modern city service station. On main traffic route. Excellent potential. Please make written application, stating personal details to: P.O. Box 666 Lethbridge, Alberta T1J 3Z6 or Phone 327-2762 NORTHLAND SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 61 REQUIRES IMMEDIATELY AN E.O.F. PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION FACILITATOR The Northland School Division Educational Opportunities Fund {E.O.F.) Compensatory Program provides for up to eight full time facilitators. Ai Ihis time we require a facilitator whose function would be to develop program specifications for our on-going program as well as lo develop a complete evaluation design for the E.O.F. Pro- gram. The evaluation design includes specification of specific objec- tives, the identification of performance-based criteria, the develop- ment of an Instrument, the collection of data, and the analysis of data for the E.O.F. Program. As well, the E.O.F. Program Development and Evaluation Facilitator will be expected to work with (he Depart- ment of Education developing significant criteria that would identify schools requiring compensatory programs. The successful applicant must have the following qualifications: 1. Valid Alberta Teaching Certificate 2. Successful teaching experience, or equivalent 3. Training in evaluation design 4. Experience in evaluation Deadline for submission of application is Monday, January 13th, 1975. The successful applicant will preferably work out of the Peace River otfice Salary Schedule Training 23456 Min. Max. Cost ol Living Allowance An additional 2.5% of the salary or S25.QO per month, which- ever is the greater, until the end of December, 1974. A new contract is presently being negotiated for January 1st, 1975 however, until settlement, the above will be the interim salary. Northland School Division No. 61 presently operates thirty schools in Northern Alberta and as such is the major governmental agency involved in educational development of Indian and Metis children. Training experience in intercultural education is preferable. Those persons possessing the .above stated necessary quali- fications and who are interested in an extraordinary challenge in penetrating existing educationallhought on evaluation and want a "cutting edge" role as a teacher should apply in writing, giving all relevant data to: MR. JOHN L. MYROON Acting Superintendent Northland School Division No. 61 Box 1440 _________Peace River, Alberta, TOH 2X0__________ Whatever else this year will bring to the Canadian prairies, the Cargill symbol will be seen in many places for the first time. So maybe you would like to know what it stands for. We are a privately owned organization serving agriculture. Our customers are primary producers ol grain, oilseeds, meat, dairy and poultry products. Our objective is to provide whatever services and products we can to increase their profitability. Last year, we acquired the grain and feed divisions of National Grain Co. Ltd. in order to give us an opportunity to serve a greater number of Western Canadian farmers. Since then, we have been working to introduce our new Canadian employees to our world wide organization to expand their career opportunities and give them more to offer to their customers. Our thanks to them for their patience and enthusiasm during this reorganization period. Our thanks also to customers who have continued to favour us with their business and to all those who have already made us'feel like part of the prairie life. Together we are in the world's most important business. We look forward to working with you to make things grow. Nutrena is a [ oj'CurgiH's liviflock division ;