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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 71 TEACHERS TEACHERS Births, Deaths, In Memoriams f I Cards Of Thanks I r't COUNTY OF RED DEER NO. 23 Applications are Invited from qualified teachers for HID following positions: Business Education Bowdon elective February 3, Language Arts Elnora effective March 3, 1975 Social Ponhold effective February 10. 1975 Please contact: R. Ousta. Supt. of Schools Box 920. RED DEER, Albbrta Phone: 347-1551 PONCSAK Passed awa suddenly in the city on Satur day, January 11, 1975, Kare Margaret Poncsak at the ag of months, beloved infan daughter of Mr. and Mrs Adrian Ponesak of Coalhurs Besides her loving parents Karen is also survived by he grandparents Mr. and Mrs Edward Ponesak of Kelowna B.C. and Mr. Lome William of Medicine Hat. The Funera Service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday, January 14 1975, in Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 81 3rd Ave. S., with Father E Bruce Field C.D. officiating Interment will follow i Mount Calvary section Moun tain View Cemetery MARTIN -BROS. LTD., Direc tors of the Funeral Service Phone 328-2361. C573 GENCSI Passed away suddenly in the city on Satur day, January 11, 1975, Mr Paul Gencsi at the age of 7 years, beloved husband o Mrs. Johanna Gencsi of 43 12th St. B North. Born, raised and educated in Pascab Szabolcs Megye, Hungary, the late Mr. Gencsi came to Canada in 1928. settling in Lethbridge, where he workec for the C.P.R. until retire ment.to Nelson, B.C. in 1967 and returned to Lethbridge where he had resided until his passing. He was a member of I.M.B.F. Kossuth Society C.P.R. Pensioners Club Machinists Union and the Miner's Library. Besides his loving wife he is also survivec by one son, Mr. William Persley of Lethbridge; five grandchildren one nephew in Illinois; two sisters and one brother in Hungary. He was predeceased by one sister and one grandson. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday, January 14, 1975, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Kenneth Morris of-delating. Interment will :ollow in the Family Plot, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc-.ors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. KOKMOS Rosalia, pass ed away in Raymond on Sun day, January 13, 1975, at th age of 85 years, belove( mother of Mrs. Annie Dusz o Raymond1. Funera arrangements will be an nounced when completed 'CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Directors of Funeral Service C572 ERICKSON Passed awa in Milk River on Saturday January 11, 1975, following lengthy illness, Mrs. In (Alexanderina) Erickson a the age of 71 years, belove wife of Mr. Walter Erickso of Milk River. Born and raise in Scotland, the late Mrs Erickson came to Canada i 1919 to Alberca and to the Milk River district in 1922 wher she had resided until he passing. Besides her loving husband she is also survivet by one son, Mr. Angus A Erickson of Milk River; one daughter, Mrs. J. 80 SERVICtS AND CONTRACTS Celling textured and basement developed. Free estimates. Phon 327-8469. Passed away in the city on Monday, January 13, 1975, Mr, Sebastian Kultgen at the age of 85 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Clara Kultgen of 709 7th Ave. S. Funeral arrangements Klrby Vacuum Sales and Service 1283 3rd Ave. S. Free horn demonstration, phone 328-8962, Southern Stamp am. Stencil Rubber stamps, corporate seals daiers, etc, Same day service 123 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-5114. Bingham Construction Custom Built Homos additions, rumou rooms and renovations. Phone 327 3284. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C5729 IN MEMORIAMS Jan llth, 1975. One year has passed since that sad day. When my beloved brother was called away. remembered Ann. 8859-13 CAMPBELL In toying memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, David W. Campbell, who passed away January 13, 1973. "To memory ever dear." by his wife Margaret, sons Charlie and Dave all of Brooks, daughter Bette Wallace of Medicine Hat and families. 8871 K Excavating. 327-8123. Bob cat specialists. Dirt and grave leveling, snow removal. We can dt any job for you. Maytag Sales and Service. Service on all makes of washers and dryers automatic or conventional UETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES, 905 2RD AVE. S. Phone 327-4456. MAN SERVICES Serving home and industry. Garbag collection; yards, basements and gar ages cleaned. Free estimates. Phon 328-4592. 84 OUR TREE TRIMMING prices are lower in January. Call us for a free estimate. 327-2641. exterior painting, sma carpentry jobs, roof repairs Reasonable. Phone Bill 328 9743. McLean's Tree Surgery Free es-- timates. Pruning, trimming and (ellmq Call 328-2094. 327-1323. HOMES AND CONSTR Phone us for homes and home im provements, garages, rumpus room and all cement, work. Phone Joh 328-0147 or Harry 327-0939. Ro-Ko Tree Services. Experiencec horticulturalist. Tree removal anc tree pruning. 328-7672 or 328-6382. repaired, built. Miscellaneou building. Concrete1 Trees and hedges Trimmed, pruned or removed Prompt, reasonable. We undercut Phone 327-2641. repairs. Jim 327-5087, 328 3983. FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, lane scaping, back filling, driveway, com cleaning, rototilling. No job too sma or too large. 327-5817. POULTRY AND Heavy roasting hens, five to six Ibs.. dressed, 50C per Ib. Fryers Free delivery. Also cuslom processing. H. Dyck Coaldaie. Phone 345-3224. of Milk River; six grandchildren; two great grandchildren. She was predeceased by two sons Donald Lloyd in 1944 am William in 1974. The Funera Service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday, January 14 1975, in St. Paul's United Church, Milk River, with Rev Paul Shaw officiating. Inter ment will follow in Milk River Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects at the church from p.m. unti .prior to the time of service MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc tors of the Funeral Service Phone 328-2361. plowing, hoeing, in stallations and supplies. Prairie Ditching Company PHONE 327-8280 86 PETS AND Beautiful part Shellie puppies to be given away. Phone 327-9121. One kitten to give away. Phone 328-3080. Six week old half German Shepherd pups. Phone 752-2063. Welling. NUMBER REPLIES 92, 88, 85, 84, 82. 79. 77, 71. 63. 53 of a dear husband, father and papa, Roy who passed away Jan. 13, 1974. One lonely year has passed away since our great sorrow fell. The shock which we received that day we still remember well. Our hearts still ache with sadness, our secret tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely, and everything goes wrong, We seem to hear you whisper, cheer up and carry on. Sadly missed by his wife Okoonawa Kennels Individual indoor-outdoor heated solid b'ock runs. See yellow pages. For sale purebred Doberman Pinschers, eight and half weeks old. Phone 752-2080, Raymond. CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS iN THE MATTER of the Estate o JOSEPH PALAMARCHUK, late of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province o Alberia, Retired, who died on the 1 9th day of December, A.D. 1974. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigriec Solicitor by the 20th day of February A.D. 1975, a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them MARTIN HOYT 406 9th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitor for the Executor. White tiny Toy Poodle pups, parents registered and three generation papers. 344-2247 Coutts. For sale Black Husky Retriever for good country home. Phone 328-4786. in Bow Island, on Friday, January 10, 1975, Registered Irish Setter puppies for sale. O'lrish blood lines. Phone 756-3447. Stirling. at the age of 5! years o Burdett. Born in Foremost, the late Mr Gaetz moved to Turin in 1926 where he completed his education. In 1941 he moved to Lethbridge. He seryec overseas for four years during the Second World War. In the early 1950's he settled in Burdett where he farmed until his passing. He is survived by six sisters, Mrs. V. (Lena; Madsen and Mrs. E. (Martha) Wojtowicz, both of Picture Butte, Mrs. R. W. (Barbara) Neville and Mrs. A. V. (Mary) Buttazzoni both of Lethbridge, Mrs. E. (Katherine) Kenning of Mission Citv, B.C., Mrs. W. (Helen) Griffith of Angus, Ont.; three brothers, Mr. Peter Gaetz and Mr. Joseph Gaetz both of Lethbridge, Mr. George Gaetz of Fort Reg. quality German Shepherd pups. Whelped Nov. 27, 1974, males and females. (403) 526-5204 or 67 9th Si. S.E. Medicine Hat, Alberta, T1A 1N1. KEHOUGH'S DOG OBEDIENCE CLASSES commence Tuesday, January 14 and Thursday, January 16. Registration at Kaliedart Building, (Fairgrounds) at 7 p.m. S10 for eight weeks, bring your dog. includes puppies. Karen Carney will instruct conformation (show) classes at 8 TOWN OF PICTURE BUTTE "he Town of Picture Butte hereby offers for sale by tender the Jessie, son Fred, daughter Dorothy and families. 8876 CARD OF THANKS JARVIE Thank you to the doctors and nurses on the fourth floor surgery at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their care and attention while I was a patient. Thank you to my friends and neighbors who sent flowers, cards and visited, also thanks to the members of my family who lielped during my illness. M. Jarvie 8823-13 Leashes 32. 7, Block 1, Plan 6764D.I. 50 eet bv 125 feet, and Lot 8, Block 1, Plan 6764D.I. 70 eet by 125 feet. "he property is located east of the Alberta Government Liquor store al lie corner of Jamieson Avenue 3rd Street North. All tenders must be accompanied by ne following: An indication of the intended use. and 2. An illustration of the proposed development thereon, and The approximate cost of the proposed development, and A certified cheque in the amount equal to ten percent of the tendered price of the land-should be noted that development n the site must be completed prior o the expiration of twelve (12) months from the1 date the tender is ccepted. Tenders clearly marked TENDER OTS 7 S 8, Block 1. PLAN 6764 D.I.' vill be accepted by the undersigned o later than 5 p.m. February 10th, 975. he highest or any tender not ecessarlly accepted, ius P. Ries ecretary-Treasurer OWN OF PICTURE BUTTE 87 FUR BEARING FURS BOUGHT SKINNED OR UNSKINNED. PICKED UP AT YOUR DOOR. PHONE ALBERTA PACIFIC FURS COLLECT. 823-4223. Drumheller. 88 BUSINESS Four operator beauty salon for sale in Taber. Will accept reasonable offer, sellina owing to health reasons. Phone 223-3131, days; 223-2665, evenings or write P.O. Box 2012. Taber. OF HEARING Anyone knowing the whereabouts o vlrs. Frances Mary Davis take notice hat a hearing will be held at the provincial Court, Family Division, 2020 Cameron Street, Victoria, British Columbia, on the twenty-thirc day of January, 1975, at the hour ol en o'clock in the forenoon. The Superintendent of Child Welfare tor he Province of British Columbia will be applying for the temporary wardship for a period of nine months of Mrs. Davts's two children, John Scott Davis, born February 21st, 960, and Donna Lynn Ward, born lune 22nd, 1 965. For further information contact Mrs. N. R. Hanbury of the Esquimau District Office, Department of Human Resources, No. 207. 903 Esquimau Road, Victoria, British Columbia. The telephone number is 307-6381. FOR SALE BY OWNER 12 Suite apartment block, three years old. choice location, fully occupied. Building is of concrete and brick construction, 10Vi% mortgage. For further particulars write Box 87, Herald. He was predeceased by three brothers and three sisters. The Funeral Service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday, January 14, 1975, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Mr. Cecil E. Maranville officiating. Interment will follow in the Field of Honour Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C5732 DEIMUTH Passed away n Calgary on Saturday, January 11, 1975, following a irief illness, Mr. Albert Deimuth at the age of 69 rears, beloved husband of Urs. Lena Deimuth of Turin. Born in Lethbridge, the late tff. Deimuth was raised and educated in the Sundial dis-rict, where he had farmed all lis life until his passing. He was an active member of the Sundial Community Centre. Sesides his loving wife he is also survived by one son, Mr. lichard Deimuth of two grandchildren; two Wanted reliable aggressive person to act as agent for flashing light barricade company in Lethbridge. Must have half ton truck and shop space. All equipment supplied. No investment required. Phone 262-3429. between 6 and 9 p.m., Calgary. of A pl takeovei TORONTO (CP) Prof, .arry Pratt of the University of Alberta suggested today'the 89 LOANS AND OF PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL 1975 TOWN OF CARDSTON PROVINCE OF ALBERTA otice is hereby given that the ssessment roll of the said municipality, made under the (revisions of the Assessment Act. ias been prepared and will, for thirty 30) days, be open to inspection at le office of the secretary treasurer the municipality during business lours and that any person who esires to object to the entry of .his ame or that of any other person Don the said roll or to the assessed alue placed upon any property us', within thirty (30) days from the ate of this notice, lodge his in writing with the secretary -reasurer of the municipality. ated this 10th day of January 1975. D. Bevans ecretary Trusurer Required financing at reasonable rates and well secured. Write Box 94, Herald. TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE n the Estate of JOHN (JAN) CURBIS KOLESAR, late of the City of .ethbridge, in the Province of Alber-a. Retired Iron Worker, who died on he 17th day of July, 1974. ake notice that all persons having iaims upon the Estate of the above amed must file with the undersigned y the 11th day ot February. 1975, a ull statement of their claims and of ecurities held by them. C. R.VANKLEEK Deputy Public Trustee 201 John J. Bowlen Bldg. 620 7th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2P OY8 MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS 8 MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. 328-5548 90 should take over the Syncrude project for the development of the province's oil sands. Interviewed on the CBC-TV irogram Canada AM, he said he Syncrude consortium of oil ompanies is pursuing a trategy of escalating the cost stimate "another half billion ollars or so" every time it O 1 CARPENTRY all types, no job too small. Phone 328-9490 or 327-7181. DSD Construction Cribbing, framinq. rumpus rooms, etc., 327-1332, or 328-2128. DESIGN HOMES GENERAL CONTRACTOR. COMPLETE RENOVATIONS. FREE ESTIMATES. PHONE 328-9525. ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745. THE FAMILY Anne Dunn of .cthbridge, Mrs. T. (Eunice) Beckett of Stevenson, cai OF LANDS AND FORESTS ALBERTA FOREST SERVICE CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE BRANCH EALED TENDERS will be received >y the undersigned up to p.m. (fountain Standard Time on January 4, 1975 for the following work: Waiparous Creek Bridge, construe-on of substructure, ender forms, plans, and pecifications may be obtained after 00 A.M. Mountain Standard Time n January 13, 1975 from Room 136 atural Resources Sldg. 9833 109th treet, Edmonton, Alberta. certified cheque of payable o the Provincial Treasurer will be re-uired for each copy of plans 'and pec. taken. endars must be accompanied by a ertified cheque or bid bond equaf to 0% of the Tender together with Con-ent of Surety, he Tenders wilt be publicly opened P.M. Mountain Standard Time n January 24, 1975 in Room 513 atural Resources Dldg. Edmonton, he lowest or any tender will not ecessarily be accepted, anuary 2, 1975 W. McDougall rector of Forestry brothers, Mr. Mike )eimuth of Picture Butte, Mr. George Deimuth of .ethbridge, Mr. Alex )eimuth of Turin, Mr. Walter Deimuth of Calgary. He was iredeceased by three sisters md one brother. Prayers will )e said at p.m. on Tues-ay, January 14, 1975, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Re-uiem Mass will be celebrated t a.m. on Wednesday, anuary 15, 1975, in St. Peter nd St. Paul's Catholic Church with Rev. Father R. Zuback elebrant. Interment will oilow in the Family Plot, rtount Calvary Section, Moun-ain View Cemetery. In lieu of owers, those who wish may onate to the charity of their hoice. MARTIN BROS. ,TD., Directors of Funeral ervice. Phone 328-2361. DETROIT (AP) Two of le three largest automakers n the United States say they will put a second catalytic onverter on their cars if the overnment does not grant a elay in the 1977 emissions tandards, a Detroit new- t 5aper says. The Detroit Free Press said r le firms are General Motors nd Chrysler. The second con- erter probably would be mailer than ones now in use nd would be mounted on the ngine, rather than under the ar. t The converter on most 1975 models is a muffler-like evice which changes harmful t "Lift me. up to the ceiling again, Daddy? You did them THREE times and you only did me Monday, January 13, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 New election law 'toothless tiger' WASHINGTON (AP) Proponents of stricter elec- tion campaign laws in the United States say a new elec- tion reform law, pushed with great ballyhoo as an answer to Watergate, is a toothless tiger because Congress and Presi- dent Ford have failed to ap- point members of the law's enforcement commission. Three months after the Campaign Reform Act was signed and two weeks after it became effective, not one member of the commission has been named, and reformers are screaming that the names surfacing as possi- ble appointees smack more of cronyism than clean-up. "This bill was clearly a re- sponse to says Neil Gregory, co-director of the Centre for Public Finance of Elections. "The people think there has been a response, but there hasn't been and there won't be until a proper commission is named and begins enforcing this legislation." Common Cause, another group that lobbied heavily for the bill, says failure to en- force its provisions will lead to "disillusionment for those who felt that Congress, by passing new campaign reform legislation, has made a significant response to Watergate." The law sets limits on how much a candidate may collect and spend in quest of public office and controls who may give and how much. But can- didates seeking advice or 'clarification of the rules have no place to go even though they conceivably could go to jail for violating the law. President Ford signed the law on Oct. 15. Hotel labor shortage continues The hospitality industry's main problem is the current labor shortage, a weekend seminar on manpower was told here. "There just aren't enough bodies to fill the available said Dan Royer, a Lethbridge hotel operator and vice-president of the Alberta Hotel Association. Mr. Royer said low pay has been cited as a cause, but provincial minimum wage has improved the pay situation. There is a problem convinc- ing people hotel work is dignified, he said. A growing group of customers makes life difficult for staff and managers. A waitress can't feel dignified about serving a group of foul-mouthed slobs, he said. He had two suggestions to alleviate labor shortages. First, in the case of mothers on welfare, he suggested letting them work and providing day-care instead of welfare. Second, he said pen- sion laws should be changed so senior citizens who want to work, can, without financial loss. LAND VALUE The total value of farmers' land and building in 1971 was placed at billion. Economic conditions can alter job picture Unemployment rates are a crude measure of labor, shor- ;es or surpluses and economic conditions can alter ob forecasts rapidly, a seminar on manpower was told here at the weekend. Unemployment statistics are just a symptom of the job lituation, said Ken Syenson, co-ordinator for the Alberta department of manpower and abor. They don't define the quality of the job, the quality if the workers available, or he ability of people to work, ie said. The seminar was sponsored ointly by the Lethbridge :hamber of Commerce, the :ity, the Alberta manpower md labor department and the Canada Manpower Centre, ibout 50 persons attended. Even as late as July, a large discrepancy between labor upply and demand was forecast, he said. But the forecasts were based on the rapid progress of the Syncrude project, planning for similar plants, and large petrochemical developments. It's difficult to make predic- tions and they are open to question from time to time, he said. The provincial manpower department's function is to assist business and labor, he said. "I don't think it's the responsibility of the govern- ment to make sure there's enough manpower for all the industry that's he said, "Nor do I think it's the responsibility of the govern- ment to make sure that everybody in Alberta is employed." Many federal and provincial programs are available. reaches a crisis in negotiations with Alberta. He has written a book on the subject, and he said that while researching it, he came across documents showing that a crisis was reached in August, 1973, when Alberta made a final offer of royalty terms which included the elimination of a major con- cession to Syncrude in the form of a guaranteed return on investment.' Syncrude had said that, if the government did not recon- sider, it was "going to drop the whole thing and make a public announcement to that effect, which would be politically embarrassing to the government." From the point of view of national security, he said, he thought it would be a good idea to go ahead with the development "at a realistic pace" with the two governments putting up the capital and not taking the oil companies' cost figures at face value. He said he was not sure the federal government would be interested the amount of money you have to put into it, you don't get a lot of oil." However, it made sense in the national interest. Patterns Sporty Crochet! You'll love the raised pattern stitch and sporty look! PULL yourself warmly, beautifully together with this bulky pullover, scarf, cap. Use worsted for easy single crochet and rib stitches. Pattern 7474: Sizes 8-18 incl. for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15it 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. Slenderizing! PRINTED PATTERN emissions to carbon dioxide and water. The newspaper said GM contends the second device could add as much as to the price of a car and adds there would be a question of durability "due to the increas- ed complexity of the system." The newspaper said the re- marks were in a report to the U.S. Environmental Protec- tion Agency. GM also said in the report that in order to meet the 1977 standards without a second converter, fuel economy would drop by about 16 per cent, and the single converter would have to be changed at miles at a cost from to Printed Pattern 4807: Women's Sizes are 34 (38 inch bust with 40 inch 36 (40 bust, 42 38 (42 bust, 44 40 (44 bust, 46 42 (46 bust, 48 44 (48 bust, 50 46 (50 bust, 52 48 (52 bust, 54 50 (54 bust, 56 for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add each pattern for first class mail and special handling. Ont. residents add 7? sales tax. Print plainly 'Size, Name, Address, Style Number. Send to Anne Adams, Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Department, 60 Progress Avenue, Scar- borough Ontario. MIT 4P7. Sears CORRECTION On page 6A of our Warehouse Sale Flyer included in today's Lethbridge Herald the following item should have read: 2-Piws 'Luxury' Sears-0-Pedic Mattress 39" Reg. Also on page 4, left hand column this item should have read: FAIRLAWN 66 piece service for eight Reg. 199 96 44 99 ;