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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta i nc L.E i nomvuc i IN MEMORIAMS HUDSON In lovingly memory of a dear father and grandfather Kenneth who passed away July 1973. Time goes but memories As near and dear as yester- day. A day to sad to recall Without he left us all. remembered by your wife and family. 4977 NEMEDY Li loving memory of a dear mother and who passed away July 1971. who gave the best of her life. Who cherished our our our strife. Who taught us to and taught us to pray. Dear mother in God bless you today. Your life was for others you lived. for what you but for what you could give. Dear God take a message to our dear mother above. Tell her we miss her and give her our love. Dearly loved and sadly missed by Richard and Robert. 4946 SIRAY In loving memory of a dear father and grand- who passed away July and a dear mother and who passed away April 1972. When I am alone I often think about the old house upon the of a big yard hedged in where we ran and played at will and when the night time brought us home hushing our mother and father would look around and ask all the children well you know it has been many a year now and the old house on the hill no longer has our mom and dad's care and the yard is so still. But if I listen I can hear it all no matter how long it has been. I seem to hear my mom and dad ask all the children And I wonder when the curtain falls on that last earthly when we say goodbye to all of to our to our pain and to our when we step across that river to where our mother and father so long have will we hear them ask a final time all the children Lovingly remembered by son Joyce and grandchildren Audrey. 4979 CARDS OF THANKS THE WARNER COMMUNITY RODEO ASSOCIATION Thanks everyone who helped in any way making a success. 4975-5 COUTTS AND DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE wish to thank all who par- ticipated to help make Coutts Day a success. Some who helped were C.W 4- Ball attendants for horseshoe South Alberta Pipe Lion's and various peo- ple who faithfully attended the different events. We look forward to future Coutts with such helpful co- operation and assistance from to make it such a very enjoyable day. Thank you all very much. and District Chamber of Commerce. 5023 PETRANECH The fami- ly of the late George Petranech wish to extend sincere thanks and'apprecia- tion to all our very kind relatives and neighbors who sent sympathy mass cards and the beautiful floral dur- ing our recent loss. Thank you to to the nurses and staff of Municipal Hospital and Southland Home for their kindness and attention during his lengthy illness. Thanks also to Father the ladies who served lunch and anyone else who assisted in any way. Your thought- fulness will always be remembered. Mrs. Grace Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Betty Petranech and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bod- nark and Mr. and Mrs. Nick A. Lastuka. CARDS OF THANKS UUNDLOCK Our most heartfelt for kindness shown by relatives and friends during our recent ordeal. A special thanks tc the doctor and staff at the Municipal Hospital for their talent and devotion when Phyllis was hospitalized. Phyllis and Emil Gundlock and family 4974-5 STADELMAN We would like to take this opportunity to thank the nurses and staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and Aux- iliary Hospital. Also thanks to our friends and neighbours in our recent breavement. for kindness shown and flowers and also to the members of the Hoping Women's Institute for the lovely the Canadian Legion in Foremost and the pallbearers. Stadelman and family 4976-6h SANDBERG The family of the late Irene Sandberg ex- tend sincere thanks to the many friends who sent cards and food. A special thanks to the many friends who sent donations We would also like to extend our thanks to the doctor and the nurses of St. Michael's Hospital who cared for her during her illness. Many thanks to the many friends who sent cards and gifts while she was in the hospital. We are most grateful to all. Your thoughtfulness was so appreciated. Sandberg family X5401 Two To All knit V purl' Whip up both tor that special girl tanks the more the merner lor the young set' Knil top and jumper in gay rippled design of scraps or her favorite colors Pattern 7484 sizes 4. 6 8. 10 included 75 cents each pattern cheque or money order Add 15c each pattern for first-class mail and special handling to Alice Needlccraft Dept care of The Lethbridge Herald. 60 Progress Ave Scarborough. Ont. MIT 4P7. Print plainly Pattern Address. 150 most popular designs in our 1974 Needlecraft All crafts' 3 free designs inside Send Undecided While many Ottawa lawns are dotted with trying to sort through campaign rhetoric to find signs supporting various this sign an- the candidate worthy of his vote. He has until nounces that at least one homeowner is still Monday to make up his mind. Debates divide No foul play ruled Lutheran meet in Heaton death BALTIMORE -Live- ly debates over the election of a new president of the Lutheran Church in America and a rift between two Lutheran sects marked the opening session Wednesday of the LCA's seventh biennial convention. Dr. Robert presi- dent of the 3.1 million- member runn- ing for a second four-year failed on the first presidential ballot to obtain the necessary three-fourths majority vote of the 679 delegates. He was forced into a runoff today with Dr. Wallace the first self-declared candidate for the office of LCA president in the church's 12-year history. Marshall received 339 votes and Fisher 168. who announced his candidacy for the office in an open letter to Lutheran congregations across the country last was sharply critical of what he termed administration of the church. Another controversy was touched off during the first day of the week-long conven- tion when delegates were ask- ed to approve the agenda which included a guest speech by Dr. J. A 0. presi- dent of the Lutheran Church- Missouri and the sub- ject of a raging theological debate between the three ma- jor groups of Lutherans. DRAWS OPPOSITION Preus drew the anger of several LCA theologians last January when he ordered Con- cordia Seminary of St. to adhere to a fundamen- talist interpretation of biblical scriptures. Dr Philip presi- dent of the Texas and Louisiana LCA made the motion to but it was defeated by the delegates. Whalberg said Preus's ac- tion ordering members of his synod to subscribe to specific theological doctrines is to the heritage of the Lutheran Luther broke away from the Roman Catholic Church for the very reason that he felt individuals must have the right to interpret the Bible as they see Police seek kidnapped columnist BEIRUT Security forces launched a country- wide search today for Michel Abou a leading Lebanese newspaper colum- nist who was kidnapped in Beir t Wednesday night. But police said they had no clues to his whereabouts. Roadblocks were set up on the approaches to Beirut and was ordered at border checkpoints and a police spokes- man said. Police said they did not know the identities of the four armed kidnappers. a is co- editor and leading columnist for the newspaper An Nahar. His daily dealing mainly with Middle Eastern and international is generally considered the most widely read in the Arab world since Mohammed Hassanein Heikal of Cairo's Al Ahram was fired. Local teachers take issues policy in stride The department of education's controversial issues policy has a few teachers and trustees scream- ing in Edmonton and Calgary but local educators aren't too concerned about it. The department introduced the policy last August in response to groups who were concerned about such issues as Canadian content and the theory of creation. It then revised the policy in December after hearing the concerns of the Alberta Teachers Association. a few teachers and trustees in Calgary and Edmonton still believe the policy is confusing and are demanding a clearer defini- tion of the department's interpretation of the policy. Two Lethbridge school ad- ministrators have told The Herald the policy has never created any questions of concern in this even when it was first introduced in August. Concern expressed about the policy has mainly been directed to a statement in it not talk about anything in the classroom which is detrimen- tal to way of Maurice separate school director of said he doesn't why it over the flared up again. The policy doesn't really say a great George curriculum director of public said the intent of the policy is reasonable far as I can I am too he added. If the statements in the policy are taken into the perspective of the whole policy's don't believe it is that Dr. Bevan maintained. He pointed to portions of the policy that protect students from being ridiculed or em- barrassed for positions they hold on any issue and insure given in the classroom regarding controversial issues alt..'-native points of view. is only sensible that we o It stii 1 si n w fi t against ridicule and em- Dr. Bevan stressed. Mr. Landry said the department's controversial issues policy is of little concern to separate schools since most of its educators and administrators hold similar views on most controversial issues because of their religious background. The government's policy also suggests controversial issues being dealt with in the school should reflect the and communi- ty in which the school is but not to the exclu- sion of provincial national and international It suggests after consultation with students teachers administrative should identify the controversial issues and how the issues will be treated in the classroom. Some of the issues likely to be included in the controver- sial issues category are sex- family life Canadian content LONDON A coroner ruled out foul play but returned an open verdict to- day in the death of Sir Peregrine the former British spy chief whose body lay undiscovered for three years in his West London home. Dr. John Burton said the cause of death is not ascertai- nable but that there is no evi- dence of violence. The former intelligence offi- cer's skeleton was found by his 10 days ago in a locked room at the family home at Ealing. Yvo explaining why he never pre- viously looked into the told the father had no reason to go into that room.'' He said his father had said nothing to anybody before he disappeared. had no idea where he he said. He denied previous reports that his father used the room as a smoking den. Sir Peregrine had been head of the Royal Air Force police in Palestine after the Second World War and had Middle East intelligence contacts. CAR E E R S IS EXPANDING Why Not Join We Require Managers and Full and Part Time Sales Clerks Apply in Person to MRS. McNALLY Downtown July 3rd College Mall July 4th PRINCIPAL required for Peter Pond High School The Peter Pond School is a modern well equipped high with a staff of 44 teachers serving a student population of about 800. Appointments preferably for Mid however arrangements could be made to have the appointment effective Oct. 1974. For further information phone Mr. Sacher at 743-8814 m Fort Alberta. Fort McMurray School District No. 2833 Box Fort Alberta CHIN COULEE GAS CO-OP LTD. requires MANAGER Gas Experience in natural gas or pro- pane industry preferable. Must be able to organize operate and maintain gas system independently. Management of rural gas system. Meter and regulation customer etc. Should include personal record of references and salary expected. Submit in writing to the undersigned by July 1974. Powell President Chin Coulee Qaa Co-Op Ltd. Box 198 Alberta City golf agreement tentatively reached The non-golfers on city council approved in principle Tuesday a land exchange between the city and the Lethbridge Country Club. The vote was 3-0 in favor of the which will allow the country club to gain some eight acres of coulee- side land it wants for course and the city to gain some nine acres of river-edge property. Sitting out the vote were Mayor Andy Depu- ty Mayor Vaughan Hembroff and Aid. Cam all share-holders in the Country Club. There was some discussion prior to the vote concerning the legality of the remainder of council present Aid. Vera Aid. Tom Ferguson and Aid. Bill Kergan making the deci- sion since they didn't con- stitute a quorum. Tabling it for the return of two aldermen absent Tuesday was no help since Aid. Ed is also a member of the Country Club Aid. Steve Kotch is not a but the result would still leave council one short of the required five-member quorum Aid. Kotch was in Calgary Tuesday at the meeting of the Canadian Aviation while Aid. Bastedo was recovering from an accident in which he received a cut on his arm requiring 50 stitches to close. He slipped while carrying a pane of glass. It was eventually decided the three non-golfing members of council should go ahead and vote on the resolu- tion since it is an agreement in principle at this stage. City solicitor John Ham- mond was asked to research the quorum question before the agreement comes up for formal ratification. In another golfing matter council approved a recommendation to pay the Lethbridge and District Youth Recreation Association 000 compensation for relin- quishing lease rights to 130 acres of-city-owned land near the CJOC TV station. The land was leased to the association in 1971 for a youth golf course. While considerable work was put into the course was never and the city decided this year it wanted the land back for industrial expansion. The compensation is to go into a special trust fund which the association can draw upon within the next five years for development of a youth golf course at some other location within city limits. If such a development doesn't occur within five the money will go to the city and the school boards for development of golf among students attending school in Lethbridge. Rural polls consolidated A number of rural polls have been consolidated in the Lethbridge electoral the returning office has an- nounced. The office has been receiv- ing inquiries about polls which have disappeared since the last Edwin David- returning said Tuesday. Multiple rural polls have been established in the follow- ing Coaldale at Kate Andrews Picture Butte at the Fort Macleod at the W. A Day Pincher Creek at the Mathew Halton Cards ton at the E. J. Wood School. Rural voters should consult the notice of grant of a poll in their local post office to find their polling he said. SERVICE ADVISOR Excellent opportunity for an aggressive person. Must be capable of advising service customers of vehicle knowledge or willing to learn factory warranty procedures and service depart- ment operations. Salary will be with experience and qualifications. Apply to J. W. Hendricks. Service Manager DUN 1510 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-8861 Gold River Bleached Kraft Pulp Mill Vancouver Island requires WELDERS Applications are invited experienced welders interested in chang- ing job to fill attractive and immediate vacancies at one of the most modern pulp mills in the country D.P.W. No. 1 or Alberta pressure tickets acceptable. Hourly rate of pay presently DLRS 6 94 Full range or fringe benefits. Generous relocation assistance available to successful applicants. First class working and living conditions. Gold River is located amidst some of Vancouver Island's most spectacular scenery offering fine recreational facilities Hunting and fishing The Town is easily accessible by first class Highway .'rom major Vancouver Island including Campbell River 56 miles Quality living amenities including schooling up to University entrance. Send letters of application telephone to- Employment Officer TAHSIS COMPANY LTD. 1280 West Render Street Vancouver B.C. V6E 2V4 or Personnel Supervisor Company Lid. Gold River Pulp Mill P.O. Box 1000 Gold B.C. VOP 1GO ASSISTANT DIRECTOR- COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Department of Youth and Recreation EDMONTON The incumbent in this position will be responsible for formulating the development of general Recreation Leadership throughout the Province and for the de- velopment and implementation of advisory and infor- mation services pertaining to Community Recreation Development and the Organization and Management of Recreation resources. Requires University graduation at the Masters level or equivalent In Univer- sity preparation in Recreation or a related field. Con- siderable knowledge and understanding of Leadership theory and its implementation and of community programs and their organization and ad- ministration with a minimum of two years in a manager- ial position. 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