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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta I ns bK i no nEnnbf i HHIJ DEATHS PILLING July at Texas Matthew aged six beloved son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Pilling of 1415 Campbell Rd Tex- as Services at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Texas on Thursday at a m Bishop Buddy Gregory officiating Graveside services at Alberta on Friday at p m Bishop Chester Walburger of- ficiating. SALMON FUNERAL Directors of Funeral Service. C234 ATKINSON Passed away suddenly in the city on July 1974 Mr. William Fredrick Atkinson at the age of 70 beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Atkinson of B.C Besides his loving wife he is survived by one stepson Mr. R J Cooke of Calgary and one Mrs. Burton Wilson of B C The funeral service will be held at TOO p m on July 1974 in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Ave. with Rev. Derek Hoskm officiating. Cremation will follow. MARTIN BROS. Directors of funeral service. Phone 328-2361. C236 BABICK Passed away suddenly in Calgary on July Mr. John Gordon Babick at the age of 16 beloved son of Mr. and Mrs John E Babick of 509 18th St. S. Prayers were said at p.m. on July 1974 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL Requiem Mass was celebrated at a.m. on July 1974 in St Patrick's Catholic with Rev Father J. A. Carroll O.M.I. Celebrant. Interment followed in Mount Calvary section Mountain View Cemetery. Pallbearers were John George Jim Jim Dave Rick Walton. Memorial book attendants were- Norm Rod Baceda. MARTIN BROS LTD Directors of the funeral service. C237 CARDS OF THANKS DAVIS I would like to thank my nurses and staff of the St Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care Also my relatives and friends for flowers and gifts during my recent illness. Davis 7427 ALLEMEKINDERS Our deepest and most sincere thanks to our relatives and to the many true friends who supported us in our bereavement with heartfelt expressions of sympathy and so many acts of kindness We want them to know how much it meant to us Allemekinders and Doug Priestley 7403 Oil shale comes into its own Following last winter's severe oil the Federal Energy Administration has now turned its attention to the oil shale industry. Authorities say that as many as 700 billion barrels of petroleum may be extracted from shale deposits in the Rocky Mountains where the Paraho Development Company is currently expanding its produc- tion facilities. PANORAMIC Parachute Creek in Colorado has been the site of oil shale mining since 1922 which experts believe to be one of the richest shale deposits in the country. Some industry spokesmen that accelerated mining may cause severe environmental problems before scientists can prevent the possibility of surface water contamination and land scarification. VERTICAL kiln is used by Paraho at Anvil to crush shale into particles and then superheats them to separate oil from the pulverized rock. ENGINEER Harry Harris inspects crushed shale at Anvil Points before it is transported to the kiln for processing or as it is called in the industry. SAMPLES of shale oil products from Anvil Points plant are 2 far cry from the bituminous shales first processed 300 years ago to produce medicinal oils. Canadian center to open LONDON Europe's first centre for Canadian studies opens this fall at the Universi- ty of marking another move to affirm Canada's personality abroad Funds are flowing in to fi- nance the which is getting strong and sym- pathetic support from Cana- dian and British business com- munities. The federal government in Ottawa is joining with business organizations on both sides of the Atlantic to raise the nearly half a million dollars needed for a chair in Canadian studies and related activities Edinburgh founded in stands behind famed Princes Street and has students It is one of Britain's great international universities The choice of Scotland for this latest essay in image- building is a shrewd one. Scotland furnished Canada's first prime minister in Sir John A Macdonald and from founding days Scotsmen have played a key role in Canadian development. Edinburgh has established something oi a special rela- tionship with Canada partly through Prof. Reford a Scot who has taught at Queens University in and worked for the government in Ottawa A survey three years ago showed that of higher educa- tional institutions in Edinburgh University showed the greatest interest in Canada Another advantage of lighting a Canadian lamp of learning in Scotland is that it gets away from the groove Oxbridge is the term applied to the Oxford and Cambridge university cir- which tends to be dominant. The new move reflects a continuing campaign to sharpen up the Canadian im- age to project a dis- tinct identity instead of being a nondescript grey blur bobb- ing along behind the United States One of the constants of Canadian foreign policy has been a concept called Outward theory that Contmentalism is not and that Canada must cultivate close links with countries outside North America to avoid being con- sidered merely a U.S. ap- pendage. The tendency is in fact wide- spread for Europeans to think of Canada as America's shadow A Frenchman once told me in all seriousness that Youngest leader Jlmmie 19-year-old Houston Is the youngest Brand Dragon ever elected by the Ku Klux Klan. Johnson was elected at the neeting in Sunday. Canada is pays a la remorque de country towed along behind America One minor ex- turf writers frequently refer to Canadian- foaled Nijinsky as an American-bred horse. In the writers probably use to denote North American These and other resulting from Canada being cooped up on a continent with a have induced in Canadians what Dr. John Holmes has called the historical instinct W brace against the southward Dr formerly a top Canadian now heads the Canadian Institute of International Affairs. You've heard stones about how Europeans consider Can- ada a land of frozen worthy but notable for little but hockey and cold win- ters It has been called the unreported country in the in terms of foreign coverage of Canadian events. British members of Parlia- ment visiting Canadian nuclear plants recently were appalled to learn from the British High Commission in Ottawa that Bitish newspaper correspondents in Canada are practically non-existent. The Canadian government is taking the image problem seriously. Establishment of the Centre of Canadian Studies at Edinburgh is part of its drive to make Canada better to increase the awareness abroad of Canadian cultural activities. Spearheading the campaign is John H. Canada's high commissioner in vividly remembered in Ottawa from his days as a highly efficient deputy minister of the man who got things done Lottery chairman elected CALGARY Laurent L. Desjardins of Manitoba has been elected chairman of the Western Canada Lottery Foundation. Vice-chairman is W. Clarke of while Joe also of Saskatchewan is secretary and Hugh Ferguson of British Columbia is treasurer. The election took place at the inaugural meeting of the newly formed foundation during the weekend. Two representatives from each of the four western provinces are on the board. The other representatives are Kay Dyck of Gerry D'Arcy of Harry Hole of Alberta and Earl Nelson of British Columbia Grisly evidence given at mass murder trial C A R E E R S SAN Tex Two of the victims in the Houston mass murders died gasping for gags crammed in their mouths and their faces completely covered with adhesive a pathologist testified Wednesday Dr Joseph medical testified in the third day of the trial of Elmer Wayne accused in six of the 27 deaths discovered last August Jachimczyk told of autopsies he performed on five of the persons Henley is charged with murdering. He said Frank Anthony and Johnny Ray died from a lack of though Delone might also have died from a gunshot wound in the head. The pathologist said one of the other victims he examined was shot and the other two were each shot and strangled Prosecutors previously bad introduced a plywood to which victims alleg- edly were fastened and various instruments said to have been used for sexual torture They said all were found at the home of Dean 33 Questions may go to committee men Southern Albertans who have questions about educational opportunities available to adults in Alberta are being asked by the department of advanced education to contact its two local committee members. Keith Robin of the Lethbridge Community College and Janet Boucher of Box 283 are the Lethbridge area committee members. All questions and other submissions must be in the hands of the committee on or before Oct. the department said. Police say Henley and David Owen procured young boys for then helped torture and kill them Henley was arrested last Aug 8 after he shot and killed Corll during a drug and sex orgy. Brooks has also been charged in four of the but no trial date has been set. Man charged with fraud A 40 year old Edmonton charged with was remanded without plea in provincial court Wednesday until July 22. Ernest Charles of no fixed is charged with defrauding William A of of According to RCMP the offence occurred Feb. 17 and 18 and the fraud involves a cheque drawn against Mr Kientopp's bank account. Police said the charge was made against Franks June 26 and a warrant obtained at that time Franks was arrested in Edmonton July 5. The accused is free on bail. Cancer drive shy of goal The local chapter of the Canadian Cancer Society is shy of this year's campaign according to local fund raising chairman Cecil Gordon. The Lethbridge and district unit of the cancer society has collected in donations and about in memorials. Campaign objectives are and in memorials. Mr. Gordon said the Lethbridge and district door- to-door campaign for 1975 will be held April 6 next year. HELP COCKTAIL HOSTESSES ALSO COCKTAIL MIXERS Experience preferred but not essential. We will tram you on the job. THE ELKS CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE 1251 3rd Avenue Lethbridge HEAD OFFICE Accountant-Typist Duties- Branch and Secretary to Gen- eral Manager. Location- Fort Macleod Credit Union- members Branches at Fort Claresholm and Vulcan. Credit Union or Banking experience required Salary depending on experience Apply to Macteod Savings Credit Union Ltd. Esrl Sponholz. Gtntnl Mimgar Box 940. Phone 234-4414. Fort Macliod Youthful mature individuals interested in pur- suing a career in Calgary in the retail food industry with Canada Safeway Limited. Present salary range per hour. Excellent benefit program. Apply in writing or in person PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED 535 10th Avt. T2P 2J4 Mannix Co. Ltd. will require the following experienced persons for employment in the Coleman LOADER OPERATORS DOZER OPERATORS DRIVERS FOR OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCKS These persons must join the owner's union. Interested persons should contact Mr. Emerson Brown at Canada Manpower Blalrmore. He will arrange interviews for July 15th in Blalr- more. A company representative will be present. METRO-CALGARY AND RURAL GENERAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT NO. 93 HOLY CROSS HOSPITAL ROCKYVIEW HOSPITAL HOLY CROSS SCHOOL OF NURSING PERSONNEL OFFICER Reporting to the this position will assume responsibility for a number of the department's per- sonnel functions including supervisory employee position control and employee assessment. Supervisory strength and previous experience in employment procedures and training programs. Hospital experience and successful completion of a recognized Personnel Administration program desirable Salary commensurate with qualifications and ex- perience. Forward complete resume including quali- date available and salary ex- pected by 17 1974. DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL HOSPITAL DISTRICT NO. 43 6712 Flther Street S.E. T2H2A7 ;