Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
i' Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Monday, January 14. 1974 - THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD - 23 I Cards Of Thanks DEATHS GIBB - Mabel S., passed away in Cardston on Sunday, January 13th, 1974, at the age of 89 years, beloved wife of the late Joseph Franklin Gibb of Hill Spring. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake L.D.S. Chapel on Wednesday, January 16th at 1:30 p.m., with Bishop Bryce Gaboon officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot in the Hill Spring Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12:30 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the Church. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.j Gardston, directors of the Funeral Service. G6617 FLOOD - Passed away in the city on Saturday, January , 12, 1974, following B^HJ^ a lengthy illness, �wJBMr. , James ^ ^ Edward (Jim) Flood at the age of 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ellen Flood of 521-7th Street South. Born, raised and educated in Medicine Hat, the late Mr. Flood was employed with the G.P.R. until the Second World War when he served overseas. In 1946 he was stationed at Wetaskiwin and various areas throughout Alberta, moving to, Lethbridge in 1950 and residing here until his passing. Besides his loving wife Ellen, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Helen Mayer; Mrs. Beulah Lazaruk both of Lethbridge; forty-five grandchildren; four greatgrandchildren. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion and a member of the Presbyterian Church in Medicine Hat. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, January 15, 1974, at 1:00 p.m. in Martin Bros. TRAflttlONAL CHAPEL, 812-3 Avenue South, with Rev. L.. D., Hankinson officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Building. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Director's of Funeral Service. C6624 YORGASON-----Passed away on Saturday, January 12, 1974>,' Mrs. Laura Yorgason, age 82'years, beloved wife of ^ the late Nels Hollis Yorgason of Granum. Bom in Santa-quin, Utah, she moved to Canada with her parents in 1905, where they homesteaded efist of High River. She married Nels Hollis Yorgason on December 22, 1910 in Edmonton, and they moved to the Granum (Leavings) dis-tiiict in 1911 where she resided until 1967 when she moved to Fort Macleod as a guest in the Pioneer Lodge. She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, the Social Credit League Auxiliary, the Standoff Women's Institute, the Old Age Pensioners Organization and the Golden Age Club in Claresholm. She also was an honorary life member in the Order of the Royal Purple, Lodge No. 24. All her life she was especially aware of the needs of others, giving help where needed individually as well as in other organizations. She is survived by four sons, Floyd and Gerry of Fort Macleod, Byron of Vancouver, and Edward of Calgary; five daughters, Mrs. A. (Vera) Johnson and Mrs. L. (Leola) Pole both of Claresholm, Mrs. ^ R. (Laura) Baird and Mrs. L. (Shirley) Wesley of Granum, and Mrs. L. (Veda) MulhoUand of Stavely; three sisters and two brothers. Funeral service will be held in the Fort Macleod L.D.S. Chapel Tuesday at 2 p.m., Elder Keith Orr officiating. Interment in Granum Cemetery. Friends may meet the family from 1:30 prior to the service. Friends who wish may donate to the Hospital Aide Memorial Fund, c/o Fort Macleod Drug Stores. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C6618 DEATHS BORKLAND - Friday, January 11, 1974, August Gerhard, aged 78 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Dora Borkland, Vulcan.- Also survived by one daughter, Mrs. Eileen Galloway, Vulcan and one son, Delmar, North Vancouver; six grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. L. C. Johnson, Iowa. Private services were held at the United Church, Vulcan today at 1:30 p.m.. Rev. Wm. Julian officiated. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. C6615 JOHNSON - Passed away Thursday, January 10, 1974 in St. Vincent's Hospital, Pincher Creek, George Johnson at the age of 88 years. Born in Denmark, he immigrated to Canada at an early age, living in Saskatchewan and later in thk Maycroft district of Alberta. In 1971 he moved to the town of Pincher Creek and resided there until his passing. His main interest was in the art of trapping and was well known in the area as "Coyote" Johnson. He is survived by his sister, Mrs. Anna Goodfellow-, of Calgary. The funeral service will be held in Eden's Funeral Home, Pincher Greek on Tuesday, January 15, 1974 at 2 p.m., Rev. R. Griffiths officiating. Interment in Fairview Cemetery, Pincher Creek. EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek, in charge of arrangements. C6616 BUSOWSKY - Passed away in the city on Sunday, January 13, 1974, following a brief illness, Mr. Felemon Busowsky at the age of 90 years, of 1406 3rd Avenue "A" North, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Natalia Busowsky. Bom in Ukraine, the lat6 Mr. Busowsky came to Canada in 1948 to Lethbridge, where he has resided until his passing. He is survived, by two sons, Gregory, Ukraine, and Nick of Lethbridge; four daughters, Julia, Maria, Anastasia, Ukraine and Mrs. A. (Vera) Schwartz, Lethbridge; one brother, Musiy Busowsky, Ukraine; ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He was' a member of the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church. Prayers will be said on Tuesday January 15,1974 at 7:00 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday, January. 16, 1974 at 10:00 a.m. in the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church, with Rev. Michael Sokyrka officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot Mountain View cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C6622 GILBERT - Passed away in the city, Saturday, January 12,1974, Miss Edith Gilbert, at the age of 84 years, of 34 Victoria Mansions. Born in Tilsbury, Ontario, Miss Gilbert came west in 1906 and attended high school in Fort Macleod and in 1909 began teaching school at Rocky Coulee, and in 1926 taught school in Lethbridge and was a primary specialist until retirement in 1955, where she has resided until her passing. Miss Gilbert is survived by a sister-in-law, Mrs. Jean Gilbert, Victoria, B.C.; five nieces, Mrs. James (Margaret) Crane, Surrey, B.C., Mrs. Stuart (Kathleen) Van Horn, Nanaimo, B.C., Mrs. T. (Allison) Morrow, Prince George, B.C., Mrs. Harry (Deana) Tibbett, Calgary, Mrs. John (Dorothy) Ney, Vancouver. Also survived by several grand-nieces and one great - grandnephew. The funeral service will be held at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. S. Wednesday, January 16, 1974.at 3:00 p.m.. Rev. Blake Anderson officiating. Interment will follow in family plot, Moun-tain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the funeral service. C6623 DEATHS LESLIE - Passed away suddenly in the city on Sunday, January 13th, 1974, Mr. Roy S. Leslie at the age of 55 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Jessie Leslie of 211 14 Street North. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C6621 McNEELY - Passed away in the city on Thursday, January 10, 1974, Mrs. Lettice Amy McNeely, at the age of 61 years, beloved.wife of Mr. Roy McNeely of 205 14th Street North. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, January 15, 1974 at 3:00 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North, with Mr. James Chapman officiating. Interment to follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6620 ARTHUR - Passed away in the city on Saturday, January 12,1974, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Erma Alice Arthur, at the age of 86 years, formerly of Iron Springs, beloved wife of Mr. Hugh Arthur of Picture Butte. Bom in Ontario, the late Mrs. Arthur came west in 1909 to Lethbridge then to Iron Springs, where she farmed with her husband until 1973. Th^ late Mrs. Arthur was a member of the United Church in Iron Springs and the. Eastern Star. Besides her loving husband, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. F. (Marion) Carr of Picture Butte; one sister, Mrs. Fred (Enid) Muckleston of Victoria, B.C.; one brother, Mr. Murray Dickout of Oliver, B.C. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, January 17, 1974 at 1:00 p.m. in Southminster United Church, with Mr. William Calderwood officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6619 FRASER -.Passed away in the city on Sunday, January 13,1974, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Arnold Matt Eraser, at the age of 80 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Blossom Eraser of 1814 - 10th Avenue South. Born, raised and educated in New York, came to Claresholm in 1910 where he � joined the R.C.M.P. He went overseas during the First World War, returning to Claresholm, then in 1940 came to Lethbridge where he has resided until his passing. The late Mr. Eraser worked for the Canadian Legion for thirty years until his retirement a few years ago. Besides his loving wife, Blossom, he is -survived by one sister, Mrs. Maude ' Ramage of Claresholm. He was predeceased by one sister. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday, January 16,1974, at 1:00 p.m. in Martin Bros, TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 - 3rd Avenue South, with Rev. Kienneth Jordan officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. 06625 IN MElVIORIAM MOLNAR - In loving memory of Mrs. Julianna Molnar who passed away January 13, 1973. How we loved her, so we miss her. -Lovingly remembered by daughter Julia and family. 6997 CARD OF THANKS MURPHY - To our many friends, relatives and neighbors for their many acts of kindness, consideration, and assistance during our recent bereavement, we would like to say "Thank You". To the Bishop and speakers for gentle words about our dear mother, wife, sister, grandmother and great - grandmother, and to those who rendered such beautiful songs and music during the service. To the ladies of the Relief Society and friends and relatives who so graciously supplied and served a hot lunch, many thanks for flowers and donations. Your thoughts and actions will long be remembered. -Murphy," Pierson and Manville families -Donaldson, Girletz and Thomson famili'es. C6613 CARDS ; OF THANKS McNEELY .-^ To all friends and relatives of the late Alma McNeely, who visited and sent cards, flowers, gifts while she was in the Calgary and Lethbridge Hospitals, I would like to tnank you personally but this is the best way. -Her son, Arthur Thompson Sr. 6998-15 BARTHEL - The family of Mr. Jerry Barthel and John Dykslag of Lethbridge wish to extend their heartfelt thanks to the many people who visited the families during the recent bereavement of their loving mother, wife and daughter Betsy. Thank-you for the words of comfort from Reverend Mulder, friends and neighbors during our first days of sudden sorrow. The spirit of Christian fellowship was felt by all. We wish to say thank you to the many who sent sympathy cards, floral tributes and contributions of food. Our sincere appreciation for all the acts of kindness from those we have mentioned and those we may have missed. From,- -Mr. Jerry Barthel and children and his family -Mr, and Mrs. John Dykslag and his family C6614 Political aides say all governments lie TORONTO (CP) - Former United States intelligence agents and political aides said on a CBC television program Sunday that governments lie during international crises to serve their immediate interests. On the program In The Present Tense, Miles Copeland, a former agent for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) said: "My experience is ... that everything that any government says is at least partly a lie. "An intelligence analyst looking at the statement of President Nasser, President Nixon, Golda Meir, anyone else, must ask himself not what is the content of what he or she is saying but what is the purpose of the statement." Kermit Roosevelt, a personal envoy of the late John Foster Dulles, U.S. secretary of state, and a former CIA agent in the Middle East during the 1950s, said former U.S. president Eisenhower refused to lie aboiit the U-2 incident in Russia when he should have lied. He said that "a story had been agreed upon up to the highest level." that a plane piloted by Gary Powers, shot down within the Soviet Union while on a spy mission, was going to be described as a weather plane that got off its route. He said that, instead. President Eisenhower "was over- come by a sudden rash of truthfulness ... and announced that he knew all about it (the spying) and had approved it." Mr. Roosevelt said the Russians couldn't accept the truth. "(Nikita) Khrushchev could not go and meet Eisenhower ... when Eisenhower just pub- Turkish solution ANKARA (Reuter) -Turkey appears close to a solution in its three-month-old political crisis with the prospect of an Islamic party shanng power for the first time since the country became a secular republic 50 years ago. News of a coalition pact be-tween the Republican People's Party (RPP) and the National Salvation Party (NSP), an Islamic group, was taken to President Fahrl Koruturk today by the speakers of the national assembly and senate. Although military commanders do not favor the coalition, the president faces, no constitutional alternative but to nominate RPP leader Bulent Ecevit as premier-designate. Bigfoot On the left is a plaster cast of one of the footprints attributed to Bigfoot or Sasquatch, the legendary forest creature of the Pacific Northwest. The likely bone structure has been drawn on this illustration by Russ Kinne. At right is a comparative size picture of a human foot. Tracker takes fresh step to find Sasquatch WASHINGTON (AP) -Bigfoot has been around a lot longer than flying saucers, but the evidence is similarly inconclusive as to whether the creature leaving those huge footprints in Canada and the U.S. northwest is real. Known there by the Indian name Sasquatch, he is a legendary, shy, hairy, manlike being who leaves footprints four to seven inches wide and from 12 to 17 inches long. Russ Kinne, writing in the current issue of Smithsonian magazine, traces the recorded history of Bigfoot back over 160 years, concluding there is no proof one way or another as to whether he is real. "Most scientifically trained >eople who think about it at all )elieve it is all nonsense but a few scientists bielieve in Sasquatch and so does Peter Byrne, an animal tracker of legendary skill, who is currently camped out in The Dalles, Ore., determined, once and for all, to prove Sas-quatch's existence or lack of it," Kinne writes. The evidence consists of thousands of footprints, many Kinne, a free-lance photographer and writer, says in the magazine article that the first white man's record of Sasquatch dates from 1811, when an exploring party found in Canada 14-inch footprints that seemed to be too large for i:Mf ^^EARS AGO In 1884, a train engineer saw a gorilla-type animal lying near the roadbed near Yale, B.C. Kinne says that when the train approached the creature climbed a hill with the train crew following and was captured and held for several days. The creature was described as more than four feet tall, covered with hair, and of extraordinary strength. The film, shot in 1967, has been shown to numerous scientific groups and carefully examined in detail, Kinne says. "The film shows an upright creature, small for a Sasquatch, about seven feet tall, which walks across the field of view, turns to look toward the camera, and continues on out of sight," the article says. A studio specializing in animation concluded that the subject was an animal, not a man in a fur suit. Kinne writes that the film was examined frame - by -frame by Dr. Donald Grieve, an anatomist specializing in the human gait at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in London. lidy announced that he'd been a^iprovjing spying on the Soviet Hal Knight, a retired U.S. Air Force major who helped direct bombers into Cambodia from 1969 to 1970, said his job was to burn material designating the real targets in Cambodia and substitute material designating false ones in Vietnam. "For each mission we ran in Cambodia we had what we called a cover target in Vietnam ... that was supposed to have been bombed. So what we did was we submitted the report as if we hadbombed the target In Vietnam when actually we bombed the target in Cambodia. Cancer claims singer QUEBEC (GP)-Raoul Jobin, 67, an internationally-known Canadian tenor who appeared in operas and on concert stages in Europe and North America, died here Sunday of cancer, Mr, Jobin, who was born in Quebec City April 8, 1906, studied at the Paris Opera under several teachers as well as at Laval University's school of music from which he held an honorary degree. He then made his singing debut with the Paris Grand Opera in 1930 and stayed with the French company until 1940 when he joined the Metropolitan Opera company in New York. CAREERS Required for Northern and Arctic Operations FIELD MECHANICS SURVEYORS OPERATORS JUNIOR OPERATORS By: Potty-Ray Goophysical Inc. Reply in writing to: P.O. Box 1087, Calgary TYPIST A Western Canadian Firm of Chartered Accountants requires a Typist in its Lethbridge Office. Duties will include typing of financial statements, correspondence and tax returns. Experience in typing financial statements is required. Replies should be addressed in confidence to: RUDD, QOOLD & ELLIOTT Chartered Accountants P.O. Box 940 Lethbridge, Alberta ATTENTION: W. R. Lord ACCOUNTANT A Farm Implement Dealer located in Lethbridge requires an accountant. The individual will be required to perform all accounting functions including the preparation of monthly financial statements. Experience in farm implement dealerships or automotive dealerships is desirable but not essential. Replies stating experience and most recent salary should be addressed in confidence to: RUDD, QOOLD A ELLIOTT Chartered Accountants P.O. Box 940 Lethbridge, Alberta ATTENTION: W. R. Lord ASSISTANT MANAGER MORTGAGES and FINANCE Rapid expansion of both Consumer Loan and Mortgage Divisions of the Niagara Companies has created immediate openings for the position of Assistant Manager in Calgary and Lethbridge. Some prior business experience required, preferably in the banking, finance, mortgage of sales fields. Salary range $7,000-$10,000. Apply In trict confidence to: Mr. R.M. BOND, P�rtonn�l Dapartmant, Niagara FInanea Company LImitad 16.4th Avo. 8.. Lathbridge, Alberta (Taltphone 328-7714) Procter & Gamble Cellulose, Ltd. Hat immediate Openings for Third & Fourth Class Steam Engineers For employment in their bleached kraft pulp mill at Grande Prairie, Alberta in the Utilities & Chemicals Production Unit. -Company providad training covara both oparation and malntanance kllla. -Work will ba organizad by taama with tha taama participating ignificantly in tha daciaiona altacting tham. -Banafit plana and ralocation allowanca will ba providad. Applicants are requested to have completed resumes including work experiences and qualifications submitted prior to January 1,8, 1974. Applications may be submitted to the Personnel Manager Procter & Gamble Cellulose, Ltd., Postal Bag 1020, Grande Prairie, Alberta.