The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
I Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATH GOGAN Passed away in the city on Tuesday, January 8, 1974, Mrs. Mary Gogan at the age of 83 years ot 144 16th Street North, beloved mother of Mrs. Fred Lastuka of Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C6502 CARDS OF THANKS McDONALD The family of Mrs. Doris McDonald wishes to express sincere thanks and appreciation to all the friends, neighbors; and relatives for the kindness shown her during her illness, and for the expression of sym- pathy to us since the loss of our loved one. A special thanks to her doctors and the staff of the Municipal and Auxiliary Hospitals. George McDonald, Heather and John Androkovichr 6757 BIRTH r REGGIE Don and Roslynn are pleased to an- nounce the arrival of their New Year's baby, Darcy Jay, born on January at the Raymond Municipal Hospital. He weighed 9 Ibs. 1 oz. A new brother for Todd and grandson for Mr. and Mrs. Ross Nilsson and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Heggie all of Raymond. 679S DEATHS McNEELY Passed awa> in the city on Tuesday. January 8, 1974, Mrs. Alma McNeely at the age of 77 years, of 632 19th Street South, beloved wife of the late Mr. Rockford McNeely. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc tors of the Funeral Service. C6501 IVANCO Alex, aged 63 years, beloved husband oi Mary Ivanco of Coleman, passed away suddenly in Coleman, Sunday, January 6, 1974. He is survived by two sons, Joseph of Vancouver and Alex of Lethbridge and by seven grandchildren. Prayers will be said in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., Lethbridge at p.m. Wednesday, January 9 Requiem Mass will be celebrated in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church at a.m. Thurs- day, January 10, with Rev. Father R. Zuback officiating. Interment will follow in Moun- tain View Cemetery, Lethbridge. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C6498 CHASSE Passed away in Calgary on Monday, January 7, 1974, D. B. (Bud) Chasse, aged 64 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Sis Chasse oi Fort Macleod. Born in Elphin- stone, Manitoba, he married Sis Malenfant in Lethbridge in 1936. They moved' to Fort Macleod in 1939, where he worked for Ernie Ringland and later the M.D. of Willow Creek. For the past 12 years he has been employed with the Town of Fort Macleod. He was a 20 year member of the Oddfellows Lodge and had served as Steward at the Trinity United Church. He is also survived by two brothers and seven sisters. The funeral service will be held in Trinity United Church on Thursday at p.m., with Peter Walker officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C649S BULLOCK Ernest Kim- ball, passed away in Raymond on Monday, January at the age of 88 years, beloved husband of the late Alda Lucile Bullock formerly of Welling. Mr. Bullock was born October 27, 1885 at Provp, Utah .and came to Canada in 1902 and homesteaded with his father. He served on a Mission for the L.D.S. Church to Kansas-Illinois in 1910 and was the first missionary from Welling. He married Alda Lucile Dain on November 23, 1914 at Muncie, Indiana. He was a hard worker and turned much of the first sod in the Welling and Barnwell dis- tricts. He loved animals and always had horses and dogs. He enjoyed jokes and had a fine sense of humor. He also enjoyed people and was the local barber with the price always being right. He was Honorary "Mayor" and friend to all. He leaves to mourn his passing, three sons, Glen Cur- tis of Raymond and David Lee and Kassan Kimball both of Lethbridge: a daughter, Mrs. Nina Florence Hutchison of Winter Haven, Florida; 14 grandchildren, 10 great- grandchildren: two brothers, George of Raymond and Morris of Barnwell and two sisters, Edna Elder of Coaldale and Elva Gray of Spokane, Washington. He was predeceased by his wife, Alda in May 31, 1973, a son Ernest Keith in 1928, two brothers and one sister. Funeral ser- vices will be held Thursday, January 10, 1974 at p.m. in the Taylor Stake Chapel in Raymond, with Bishop Arvin Wilde officiating. Interment will follow in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from p.m. until prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6500 ERASER The family ol the late Richard Fraser wish to extend their most grateful thanks to their many friends, relatives and neighbors for the beautiful flowers, sym- pathy cards, food brought to the house, the phone calls and visits to the house. To Rev. J. Wood, soloist Ethel Nelson and organist Lenora Baldwin. A special thanks to the ladies who helped in any way with the lovely lunch. Your acts of kindness were very much appreciated and will never be forgotten. Fraser Families. 6796-12h CHUEN The family of the late Mrs. Bow Sim Chuen of Bow Island wish to ex- press their heartfelt thanks to the many people who visited the family during their recent bereavement, and who sent cards, floral tributes, food and donations to the Heart Fund and Church Memorial Fund. Special thanks go to her doc- tors, to the nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospital who took such wonderful care of our mother and grandmother. Our deep appreciation to the Reverend Ken Morris for his comforting presence at the hospital and for conducting the Family Memorial Service at Lethbridge. Our heartfelt thanks to the Reverend Oliver Hodge for his final tribute to our dear mother and grand- mother. A thank you also to the U.C.W. for the tea- after the service. We are also grateful to the two Chinese speakers, Mr. Jim Chow of Bow Island, and Mr. Ken Jang of Lethbridge, to the active and honorary pallbearers, and special thanks to Dale Martin of Martin Bros. Funeral Directors. Again thank you very much to everyone who assisted in any way. The Chuen Family Mr. and Mrs. John Fong and Family Mr. and Mrs. Lome Fong and Family 6767-12h Youth remanded on drug charge BLAIRMORE A 16-year- old Blairmore youth has been remanded in provincial court here to Jan. 22 after entering no plea to two charges of traf- ficking in narcotics. Brian Christian Auger faces a charge under the Narcotics Control Act of trafficking in hashish and another charge under the Food and Drug Act of trafficking in LSD. Auger and another youth, Steve Joseph Bezzeg, 16, of Calgary, were advised by Provincial Judge R. J. Welliver to obtain legal assistance for their next court appearance. Bezzeg is'charg- ed with possession of LSD for the purpose of trafficking. He also has been remanded without plea to Jan. 22. Chess masters share prize SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) Three chess masters sporting perfect 5-0 records tied for first place in the Washington open chess tournament. Peter Biyiasas of Van- couver, international master and Canadian champion F. Jonathan Berry of Vancouver, and John D. Walker of Seattle each received a share of the winners' pot. Drop in wheat supplies reported by grain body Wednesday. January t, 1974 THE LgTHSRIDQg HERALD 31 WINNIPEG (CP) Visible supplies of Canadian wheat fell by bushels to 189.1 million bushels during the week ended Dec. 26, the Cana- dian Grain Commission said Friday. Edmonton custodians get boost EDMONTON (CP) Public school trustees ratified a one-year contract with 760 custodians and custodial assistants Tuesday night, approving an across-the-board wage increase of a year. Under the old contract, custodians received to a year, with head custodians receiving up to The new agreement, which was ratified earlier by Local 474 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees and is retroactive to Jan. 1, 1974 gives custodial assistants an increase of 12.5 per cent for a wage of an hour. The Edmonton Public School Board also agreed Tuesday to discuss and renegotiate part of a contract ratified by the city's teachers in early 1973. The Edmonton local of the Alberta Teachers Association requested the move, saying a 6.5-per-cent wage increase to teachers did not take into ac- count the substantial inflation of the last few months. In its weekly report on grain stocks, the commission said marketing of wheat by farmers increased slightly to 3.6 million bushels, but supplies were drawn down by exports of 3.0 million bushels and domestic use of 800.000 bushels. At the same time a year ago, visible supplies of wheat totalled 256.4 million bushels. Farmers' marketings from the start of the crop year Aug. 1 through Dec. 26 totalled 169.0 million bushels, well below marketings of 289.8 million during the same period in the previous crop year. Wheat exports during the week ended Dec. 26 were down from 5.1 million bushels the previous week. Total wheat exports for the crop year were 151.8 million bushels, well below the figure of 232.5 million for the com- parable period in 1972. Figures' for other grains, with the previous week's figures in brackets, are: Durum 32.6 million bushels (33.1 oats 17.1 million (17.3 barley 99.6 million (100.2 rye 8.4 million (8.3 ilaxseed 9.0 million (9.0 million) and rapeseed 15.7 million (16.2 FARMERS' MARKETINGS: Durum bushels oats barley 1.6 million (2.4 rye flaxseed and rapeseed (1.2 OVERSEAS CLEARANCES: Durum bushels (1.1 oats barley 1.2 million (4.9 rye nil flax- seed and rapeseed Stocks of all principal grains at Thunder Bay declin- ed to 27.6 million bushels dur- ing the week ended Dec. 26, compared to 32.3 million the previous week and 44.3 million a year earlier. Crude oil production reached 650 million barrels in 1973 and is expected to show a sub- stantial increase in 1974. Canada not listed on Arab oil ban OTTAWA (CP) Of- ficially, Cana da has not been placed on tho Saudi Arabian oil boycott list. In practice, the opposite iseems to be the case. External f if fairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said Tuesday that information from diplomatic sources has con- firmed that Canada is not blacklisted by the Arab oil- producing country. "But we're struggling with Board makes changes in wheat qwntas WINNIPEG (CP) The Canadian Wheat Board an- nounced a number of quota changes Tuesday, all but one effective immediatley. Effective Jan. 14, utility wheat C quota will be 15 bushels a quota acre in all shipping blocks. Effective immediately the 15-bushel quota for rapeseed and flaxseed has been increas- ed to 25 bushels and the 20- bushel quota for rye has been increased to 30 bushels. All quotas are authorized in all shipping blocks. The board also said the 20- bushel quota for flaxseed assigned to crushing plants has been increased to 25 bushels a quota acre. They gave Mark Kinzell, Rainbow 5.00 Anonymous, Fort Macleod.............. 5.00 4th Lethbridge Guide Co., Lethbridge........... 10.00 Anonymous, Burdett 25.00 F. P. Walshe School, Grade Eight Social Studies Classes Students, Font Macleod 104.64 Total 149.64 Total To-Date the fact that oil is not being delivered to he told the Commons. Energy Minister Donald Macdonald said later no oil has been delivered from Saudi Arabia since Nov. 23. The Saudi government seems to have taken a clear stand but officials down the line "are acting the opposite he said. Canada normally imports about barrels of crude oil daily. About 30 per cent is supplied by Arab sources and Saudi Arabia makes up 40 per cent of the Arab total. Politically-motivated Arab production cuts and heavy in- ternational demand for oil has reduced the normal flow to Canada. Official import figures, tabulated by the national energy board, have not been released for the last three months of 1973. However, an energy board spokesman said last week the daily average for the three-monthperiod is expected to be about barrels. Europe seeks oil deal PARIS (AP) West Eu- ropean countries are going ahead with new deals with the Arab oil producers despite the United States government's talk of a joint policy for the consumer countries. U.S. State Secretary Henry- Kissinger called last December for the Western countries and Japan to work together in search of new energy sources and to conserve their current supplies. Kissinger said Monday that President Nixon will be mak- ing contact with about 20 countries this week, and of- ficials in Brussels said Nixon is thinking about a conference on oil supplies in Washington next month. Meanwhile, the French gov- ernment has made a deal with Saudi Arabia guaranteeing it 10 million tons of Saudi oil a year for the next three years in addition to the 30 million tons France already buys. 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