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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 32-THE LETHMIOOE HERALD Saturday, January M, 1tT4 Deaths, In Memoriams 1 Mon'real Metro's silk-smooth ride Cards Of Thanks I being extended another 40 miles DEATHS LEUNG Passed away in the city on Friday, January 25, 1974, Mr. Lood Leung at the age of 86 years. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C6934 WELLINGTON Passed away in the city on Friday, January 25, 1974, Mrs. Nancy A. Wellington at the age of 75 years, beloved wife of Mr. C. M. (Duke) Wellington of 613 10th Street South. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C6933 KANA Clara Amelia, passed away in Lethbridge on Thursday, January at the age of 81 years, beloved wife of the late Iver Kana of 1401 17th Ave. S. Funeral ser- vices will be held Monday, January 28, 1974 at p.m. in the Church of the Good Shepherd (llth Ave. and 24th St. with Pastor W. Gartke officiating. Interment will follow in the Archmount Memorial Gardens. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6931 SUPINA Requiem Mass was celebrated on Monday, January 14th, 1974 at St. Basil's Catholic Church for the late Mr. Stephen B. Supina Sr., who passed away suddenly in the city on Friday, January llth, 1974 at the age of 77 years. Father G. Marien was celebrant, assisted by Father Bruce Field. Pallbearers were Frank Kurina Jr., Donald Kurina, George Young, Kenneth Supina Jr., David Supina and Nick Supina Jr. Burial was in the family plot at St. Patrick's cemetery. 7609 LAMB Edna passed away in Cardston on Friday, January at the age of 70 years, beloved wife of Rulon Lamb of Cardston. Funeral services will be held Monday, January 28, 1974 at p.m. in the Alberta Stake Chapel, with Bishop Wm. Richards officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon until prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Cardston, Directors of Funeral Service. C6930 OSEEN Passed away suddenly in Calgary on Friday, January 25th, 1974, Mr. Claus Ferdinand Oseen at the age of 100 years, of 2036A 6th Street N.E., Calgary, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Minnie Ellen Oseen. Born and raised in Sweden, the late Mr. Oseen came to the United States in 1894 to North Dakota. In 1907 he homesteaded in the Sundial District. In 1948 he retired to Calgary where he has resided until his passing. He is surviv- ed by four sons, Elmer, Alfred, and Chester Oseen of Turin, Arvid Oseen of Lethbridge; two daughters, Mrs. H. (Alice) Griffin of Calgary, Mrs. S. A. (Gertrude) Odland of Taber; 25 grandchildren; 47 great- grandchildren; and one brother, Godfrey Oseen of Turin. He was predeceased by his wife in 1972. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Monday, January 28th in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 70313th St. N., with Mr. William Calderwood of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may donate to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C6932 IN MEMORIAM BOSCH In loving memory a dearly beloved mother, grandmother and great- grandmother, Cecilia Bosch, who passed away January 26, 1972. You never really left us Nor have you travelled for Just entered in God's gar- den And left the door ajar. Our family chain is broken And nothing seems the same But as God calls us one by one The chain will link again. remembered and sadly missed by her sons, daughters and families WO IN MEMORIAMS TROJEK In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Jo- seph, who passed away on January 27, 1967. His memory is our greatest treasure In our hearts he will live forever. remembered by his loving wife, daughter Bet- ty and family 7566 EASTERBROOK In lov- ing memory of a dear husband, dad and grandad, Roland Easterbrook who passed away January The rolling stream of life rolls on, But still the empty chair Recalls the love, the voice, the smile, Of the one who once sat there. remembered by his wife and family 7568 BOSCH In memory of a dear grandmother and great- grandmother, Cecilia, who passed away January Her thoughts were all so full of us, And so we think that where she is, She must be watching yet, As angels keep their watch up there. Please God, let her know, That we down here do not forget, We love and miss her so. remembered by Audrey, Harry, Robie and Scott Swanson 7569 TROJEK In loving memory of a husband, father and grandfather, Joseph Tro- jek, who passed away Jan- uary 27, 1967. Peacefully sleeping, resting at last, Earth's weary troubles and trials are passed. In silence he suffered, with patience he bore, 'Til God called him home to suffer no more. Wherever we go, whatever we do, Always dear dad, we remember you. missed by his wife Nettie, and daughter Helen and family 7567 GATTO In loving memory of a dear husband, Ernest who passed away Jan- uary 26, 1973. You are sadly missed along life's way Quietly remembered day by day. No longer in my life to share, But in my heart you are always there. The wound is deep and will not heal, Only God knows how I feel. You shared my love, my hopes, my tears. Thank you, my dear, for the many happy years. The parting was so sudden I often wonder why, To me the hardest part of all, we never said goodbye. missed, lovingly remembered by his wife, Zella 7572 GATTO In loving memory of our dear dad, non- et, and great-grandfather, Ernest, who passed away Jan- uary-26, 1973. One long and lonely year has passed Since our great sorrow fell The shock that we received that day We still remember well. The parting was so sudden We often wonder why To us the hardest part of all You never said goodbye. Our hearf? still ache with sadness And silent tears still flow For what it meant to lose you. Dad No one will ever know. Our family chain has broken now And nothing seems the same. But as God calls us one by one The chain will link again. remembered by Sonny, Louisa, Clare; An- na, Orest and Family; Er- nie, Diana and Family and Andrea 7571 CONES COLLECTED Saskatchewan's forest nur- sery at Prince Albert collects spruce and pine cones each fall and their seeds to produce planting stock for reforestation projects. CARDS OF THANKS SNIDER We would like to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our friends and relatives for their donations and gifts in the loss of our home New "Year's night. Many thanks to all. and Vicki Snider and family 7564 ANTAL Mrs. Sarah Antal wishes to express her appreciation to the family and friends for their visits, flowers, cards and gifts. Also a special thank you to the doctors and staff of Municipal Hospital for the care during her recent long illness. 7602 GOEBELHARDT I wish to thank all those who visited me, sent flowers and cards while I was a patient in Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Also, thank you to the nurses on Fourth Floor and the doctors of the Haig Clinic. Goebelhardt 7601 COOK-I wish to extend a most sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses, staff and kitchen staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care extended while I was hospitalized. Thanks also to friends and neighbors for the cards, flowers, gifts, visits and kind enquiries. Mary Cook, Mrs. K. Bprhyne, also Gilbert Jr., Linda and granddaughter. 7610 HARTMAN I wish to express my sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of 2nd Floor East Wing at St. Michael's Hospital. Also special thanks to the Ladies' Auxiliary Royal Canadian Legion, Local I.B.E.W. A.G.T. Pioneers; also my friends and relatives for the many flowers, gifts, cards and visits. You all made my stay in the hospital a short and pleasant one. Thanks. Aryle Hartman 7600 GAGAN The family of the late Ben Gagan wish to ex- press their deepest apprecia- tion to the people of Vulcan and Magrath and for their kindness to father. Thank you to the L.D.S. Church members for their services, ladies who carried flowers, Ladies Aid and U.C.W. for the lovely lunch served the family. Your thoughts and kindness will be long remembered. Family 7563 MORRISON The family of the late Rod Morrison wish to thank most sincerely all those whose messages helped to give us such great hope while we waited during the search for the 'plane in which Rod and his companions went down. The gifts to charitable organizations in Rod's memory, the flowers and cards are deeply appreciated by all of us. and children Trixie and Buzz 7562 ARTHUR We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to friends and relatives for their kind messages of sympathy and the beautiful floral tributes, to all those who called, those who brought and served the lunch and all others who assisted in any way. Thanks also to Mr. Wm. Calderwood who conducted the service and the pallbearers. Arthur Marion and Frank Carr Enid Muckleston Murry Dickout Margaret and Laurie May Madge and Oscar Kliest Jim and Marie Arthur Bob and Torrie Arthur 7591 CARDS OF THANKS AYERS Mrs. Vesta J. Ayers wishes to thank friends in Foremost, Taber and Lethbridge for their cards and concern during her recent ill- ness. Mrs. Ayers is now residing in Cedar Villa Nurs- ing Home in Calgary. Mclntosh and Viola J. Schinnour 7383-26h HALMRAST Elmer and Beatrice Halmrast of Warner would like to thank their many friends and relatives for gifts, flowers and the many beautiful cards received, also all who attended the 50th Anniversary Open House. A special thanks to the East Neighborhood Club who served the lunch. 7590 BRECKA I would like to express my sincere thanks to my relatives and friends for the flowers and cards. Thanks to the doctors of Haig Clinic; nurses, nurses aides and staff of St. Michael's Hospital; and to those who made my stay in hospital a pleasant one. Brecka 7565 STEWART We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our many friends for their kindness and sympathy in the great loss of our beloved daughter Lori. A special appreciation to our minister, Mr. J. Chapman for coming to us and being such a great comfort. Enola and Greg Stewart, Coquitlam, B.C. 7589 American living cost up sharply WASHINGTON (AP) With fuel prices leading the way, consumer prices in the United States jumped sharply in December and closed out 1973 with the worst inflation record in 27 years, the govern- ment reported today. The bureau of labor statistics said the consumer price index rose by five-tenths of one per cent last month seasonally adjusted. Although the rise was less than the increase of eight-tenths of one per cent in each of the previous two months, it was still high by normal stan- dards. Unadjusted, the increase was seven-tenths of one per cent, matching November's rise. December's increase push- ed consumer prices up 8.8 per cent for the year, the largest annual increase since the removal of Second World War price controls. With prices rising faster than income, the bureau reported that real spendable weekly after-taxes pay stripped of the effects of one-tenth of one per cent in December, the third consecutive monthly decline. In the last year, real spen- dable earnings declined three per cent, with about half of the drop caused by inflation and half by tax increases. The government's index of consumer prices rose in December to 138.5, meaning that it cost to buy a variety of goods that cost in 1967, the base period. The government said higher prices for energy gasoline, heating oil, electricity, natural gas and for more than one-third of the increase in December's prices and reflected the effects of the Arab oil embargo. SUPINA The family of the late Stephen B. Supina Sr. wish to extend their most grateful thanks to their many friends and relatives for the beautiful flowers, sympathy cards, mass cards, food brought to the house, the phone calls and visits to the house. Special thank you to the Rev. Father Bruce Field for his kind words. A special thank you to the ladies who Prepared and served the >vely lunch. Your acts of kindness were all very much appreciated and will never be forgotten. Arlene and family Steve, Lee and family Anne Hanisko George, Bill and Nick Supina MONTREAL (CP) This city's elegant Metro or sub- way, scene of a spectacular though non-fatal fire Wednesday, gives a silk- smooth ride on rubber tires, an idea borrowed from the older Paris Metro. Though Toronto beat Mon- treal to the punch by opening Canada's first subway in 1954, the Montreal system engen- dered a special pride when the blue-and-white rubber- wheeled trains began rolling in October, 1966, on the eve of Canada's Centennial and Expo 67. The Metro, an important factor in the commercial, In- dustrial and cultural develop- ment of the city, now is being extended to about 40 its present 15 Montreal prepares to stage the 1976 Olympic Games. Glittering un- derground shopping plazas have been linked with subway stations and the University of Quebec is building its new Montreal headquarters around the main east-end sta- tion at Berri-deMontigny. But shock waves swept the city when a fire ravaged a train and killed its driver following a switching accident at north-end Henri Bourassa terminus Dec. 9, 1972. Bernard Tellier, chief fire commissioner, found the acci- dent was caused by the driver's own negligence and the fire resulted from a short circuit after a moving train hit parked subway cars. Guy Jeannotte, information director for the Montreal Urban Community Transpor- tation Commission, told a reporter Thursday the prac- tice of parking trains at the subway terminus was discon- tinued after that accident. "Since the opening of the Metro we have carried over 900 million passengers without one serious injury to a Mr. Jeannotte added. "We carry passengers a day." Footprints 'of Yeti' photographed HIROSHIMA, Japan (Reu- ter) A team of Japanese climbers said today they pho- tographed the footprints of the Yeti, or abominable snow- man. A spokesman for the Hiro- shima University team said one of its members spotted the prints Jan. 6 on a snowy slope of an unnamed peak in Nepal's Annapurna range. The footprints showed four large eight inches by six inches. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CABEEB OPPORTUNITY Person to manage automotive store, write stating experience and salary expected to Box 61 The Lethbridge Herald PROGRAM CO-ORDINATOR YWCA Responsible for youth and adult program Leadership Training, etc. Apply stating experience qualifications and salary expected to Exseutivs Secretary 604-1 Oth St. S. PRODUCTION LINE WORKERS Rapidly expanding manufacturer in mobile Home industry requires employees for production line work on a permanent basis. Previous experience in the mobile home industry or related fields is non- essential. Starting wage will be per hour. After 40 working days it will go up to per hour. The company pays 50% of cost for Alberta Health, Life Sickness and Accident Benefit plan. Please contact the personnel manager: NORTHWEST DESIGN FABRICATION LTD. P.O. Box 999 Fort Mscleod, Alberta Phone 234-4431 Cargill Grain Canada Ltd. Requires immediately one field representative to work in Alberta, based in Calgary. Experience in agricultural sales of feed or fertilizer, etc., B.Sc. or school graduation would be an asset, experienced people with grade 12 will be considered. Cargill has many opportunities for advancement, generous fringe benefits, car allowance, travel expenses. Salary dependent on experience and qualifications. Send applications to Cargill Grain Canada Ltd., 1414-One Lom- ard Place, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 0X3. Interviews will be arranged in Calgary. County of Lethbridge No. 26 Invites applications for the position of CUSTODIAN at Huntsville School, Iron Springs, Alberta Salary per year in accordance with 1974 CUPE Agreement. Additional information available from the County office. Applications must be received by 5 p.m. Tues., Jan. 29, 1974 A.C. Barfstt Assistant Manager County of Lathbrkigs- No. 28 214-13th Strest South, Lethbridge chevron Chevron Standard Limited requires a SHIFT FOREMAN Chevron Standard Limited invites applications for the position of Shift Foreman at the Kaybob South Gas Processing Plant located approximately 30 miles south of Fox Creek, Alberta. Applicants should hold a valid Alberta Second Class Steam Certificate and have a minimum of five years' experience in sour gas processing. Full employee benefits are offered, including moving assistance and transportation. Modern housing is available at Fox Creek. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Please submit written application giving full details of age, education and experience, together with telephone number to: Manager Employee Rotations Chevron Standard Limited 400 FHh Avenue 8.W. Cstaory, Alberta T2POL7 WE ARE A LETHBRIDGE BUSINESS Looking for a man who can supervise the handling and delivery of construction and building materials. The successful applicant must have an ability in this field. Salary to be negotiated. Full time employment assured. Roquirements include: Knowledge of building materials and equipment. Experience in supervising men. Ability to self motivate and accept res- ponsibility. PLEASE REPLY IN CONFIDENCE TO BOX44 HERALD Stating Qualifications and Sslary Expected c Your future is here SOCIAL WORKERS Department of Health Social Development, Homes and Institutions Branch, Edmonton Calgary. Positions are available for two Social Workers to work with our Youth Group Homes in Edmonton Calgary. Primary responsibilities will be to establish and control attendance centres for juvenile delinquents on probation as well as planning and organizing probationers' leisure time; locate suitable part-time residential accommodation and where applicable part-time employment; make court appearances with delinquents to present case histories, wardship applications, and in cases of breach of probation; maintain liaison with police force. The successful candi- date should be in possession of a Social Services Technology Diploma or have graduated from University with a B.A. or B.S.W. degree in the Social Sciences or Arts pattern. 1-2 years' experience in a home or institution for juvenile delinquents or in a related field is essential. Enquiries and application forms should be directed to: Department Social Development. Administration Bldg., 109 Street and 98 Avenue, Edmonton, Personnel Officer, Room 105. Salary Closes February 7, 1974. Competition No. 8111-2. APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 AVENUE, TW OH4 OR: ROOM 900 TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON, ALBERTA, TSK 2C1 LADIES' WEAR BUYER Junior Department Store Chain Popular-Priced Field QUALIFICATIONS: Extensive experience in ladies' wear buying, sell- ing, budgeting, promoting, general merchandis- ing and store supervision. LIMITED TRAVEL CALGARY LOCATION SALARY: Commensurate with experience. Com- pany benefits. Apply with resume In confidence to BOX 57 The Lethbridge Herald POSITION AVAILABLE SECRETARY Napi Friendship Association QUALIFICATIONS: Applicant should be a superior typist and capable of using shorthand efficiently. The position involves re- ceptionist work, filing, etc. Applicant should be per- sonable and open to meeting the many people tnai the association's work involves. STARTING SALARY: per month Appointment for an Interview can bo made by calling 627-4224 between a.m. and p.m. Monday through Friday. For thooe applying In person the NAPI office it located at 729 Maki Street Pmchor Crook Deadline for applications to Feb. S, 1974 ;