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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, June 10, 1974 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks DEATHS HOFER Passed away at the Sunnyside Colony. Warner on Sunday. June 9. 1974. Mr. Michael Peter Hofer at the age of 91 years of the Sunnyside Colony. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. assisting with Funeral Arrangements. C9372 DIMNIK Passed away in the city on Monday. June 10, 1974. Mr. Joseph "Dimnik at the age of 86 years of 1706 21st St. S.. beloved husband of the late Mrs. Mary Dimnik. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C9373 FINLEY Cynthia (Harris) passed away in Calgary. Alberta, formerly of Lethbridge. beloved daughter of Mrs. Frank Anne Davis and Michael Harris of Victoria, B.C. Also survived by her grandparents, B. F. Tanner. Funeral will be held Wednesday in Calgary. 3374A NEUFELDT Passed away in Coaldale on Saturday. June 8, 1974 following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Nelie Neufeidt at the age of 81 years of Coaldale, beloved wife of the late Mr. John J. Neufeidt. Born and raised in Russia, the late Mrs. Neufeidt came to Canada in 1926 to Coaldale. Later in the same year she moved to Manitoba, returning to Coaldale in 1930 where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by .five sons. Mr. John Neufeidt of Brooks. Mr. Jacob Neufeidt. Mr. Isaac Neufeidt. Mr. Peter Neufeidt. all of Coaldale. Mr. Abe Neufeidt of Toronto. Ontario: three daughters. Mrs. E. (Annie) Boehr of Coaldale. Mrs. J. (Nellie) Balla and Mrs. P. (Mary) Giesbrecht. both of Lethbridge: twenty- four grandchildren: three great-grandchildren: two sisters. Mrs. Tina Fast of Chiliwack. B.C. and one sister in Russia: one brother, Mr. Peter Born of Vauxhall. She was predeceased by her husband in 1970. also by three daughters, two sisters and one brother. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday. June 12. 1974 in Mennonite Conference Church. Coaldale. with Rev. Peter Retzlaff officiating. Interment will follow in the Coaldale Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the church "from p.m. until prior to the time of service. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C9374 HETHERINGTON Saturday. June 8. 1974. Arthur, aged 90 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Irish Hetherington. Claresholm. Alberta, passed away at the Claresholm General Hospital, following a brief illness. Besides his beloved wife, he is also survived by a daughter. Mrs. Emil (Peggy) Markle. Claresholm: a son. Arthur. Edmonton: five grandchildren: one great granddaughter, and by a sister in England. Born in Crook. County of Durham. England. Mr. Hetherington came to Boston. Mass.. U.S.A. in 1906 and then to Winnipeg. Manitoba, where he worked for numerous telephone and electrical companies in the United States and western Canada. As a lineman he worked in the construction of the first telegraph line between Vancouver and Lilioet. B.C. and on the first long distance telephone line from Cranbrook. B.C. to the Crowsnest Pass to the Alberta boundary. In 1917 he became employed with the Alberta Government Telephones with whom he worked until retiring in 1948. Mr. and Mrs. Hetherington were married in Knox Presbyterian Church. Calgary on -July 1, 1919 They lived in Vulcan and Fort Macleod before coining to Claresholm in 1923. residing there since. Mr. Hetherington was a life member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers of America and of the Telephone Pioneers of America, also a life member of Cairo Lodge and a member of Tau Cross Chapter, Claresholm of which he was first principal for two years and treasurer for several years. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of your choice. Services at Claresholrn United Church Wednesday. p.m. with Rev. E." Sinclair Reikie officiating. Interment Claresholm Cemetery LEYDEN'S FUNERAL HOMES LTD.. Claresholm Branch. Direr-tors of Services C9371 DEATHS MANY CHIEF John Sr.. passed away Saturday, June 8, 1974 at the age of 71 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary- Many Chief of the Blood Reserve. Also survived by seven children: Ray Many Chief. Mrs. Robert (Dora) Big Sorrel Horse. Cecil Many Chief, Mrs. Cecil (May) Tallow, Mrs. Alfonse (Teresa) White Man Left. John Jr. and Nora Scout: 29 grandchildren; one sister Bertha First Charger and one uncle Mike Yellow Bull. Requiem Mass will be held Tuesday. June 11. 1974 at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic Church, with Father J. Regnier as Celebrant. Interment will follow in the Blood Band Cemetery. Wake service will be held this evening in St. Mary's Catholic Church. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Cardston. Directors. Funeral Service. C9369 WRIGHT Passed away at Calgary on Saturday. June 8. 1974, Florence of Taber at the age of 50 years. Born at Taber. July 6th. 1923. she married at Barnwell in 1944. Mrs. Wright has lived at Taber all her life except for short periods of residence at Milk River and Rock Creek, B.C. Active in musical circles. Mrs. Wright was a well-known pianist with the Swing King Orchestra. Survivors, husband William: two sons. Glynn. Calgary and Darryl. Osoyoos. B.C.: one daughter. Mrs. Joe (Sharna) Redinger. Malta; two brothers. Horace Birch, Vancouver, Victor Birch, Toronto: two sisters. Mrs. Grace Johnson. Vauxhall. Mrs. Ruby Walker. Edmonton; eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted from the Taber LDS Stake Centre on Thursday. June llth at 2 p.m.. with Bishop Donald Fisher officiating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. Friends may meet with the family- in the'Relief Society Room from 1pm. prior to the service. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME. Taber. are in charge of arrangements. C9370 ZIELINSKI Passed away suddenly in Coaldale on June 8. 1974 Mr. Theodore (Ted) Zielin- ski at the age of 57 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Bar- bara Zielinski of Coaldale. Born and raised in the Ukraine the late Mr. Zielinski served in Europe in the Polish Army during World War II. In 1950 "he came to Canada to Coaldale where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons. Mr. Victor Zielinski and Mr. Walter Zielinski. both of Coaldale: one daughter. Louise Zielinski of Coaldale. Prayers will be said at p.m" on Monday. June 10.1974 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N. The funeral service will be held at a.m. on Tuesday. June 11. 1974 in Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Church, with Rev. Michael Soykirka officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN- BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C9375 DUHAMEL Passed away in the city on Saturday. June 8.1974. following a lengthy ill- ness. Mr. Men- zo Duhamel at the age of 76 years. belov- ed husband of Mrs. Myrtle Duhamel of Nobleford. Born in Custer City. South Dakota, the late Mr. Duhamel came to Canada in the early 1900's to the Fort Macleod district. He served overseas with the Canadian Armed Forces in the First World War In 1925 he moved to the Nobleford district, where he has farmed untH his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one son. MK Donald Duhamel of Iron Springs: two grandchildren; one sister. Mrs. Jack Duhamel of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held at p m. on Wednesday. June 12. 1974 in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N.. phone 328-2361. with Rev. Harold J. Jost officiating Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. 409 Canada Trust Bldg Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C0376 DEATHS BEVANS Kenneth LaRon beloved husband of Mrs. Lynda (Wynder) Bevans of Pincher Station, passed away suddenly on Friday. June 7th, 1974 at the age of 30 years. Funeral services will be held from the Hillspring Chapel on Tuesday, June llth at p.m.. Bishop Sheldon Wynder officiating. Friends may pay their respects at the Cardston Funeral Home, Tuesday June llth from to CHRISTENSEN- SALMON FUNERAL HOME, Directors of Funeral Service. C9368 RABBIT Passed away on Thursday. June Minnie Rabbit, aged 54 years, beloved wife of Bernard Rabbit of the Blood Reserve. Also survived by three sons. Nick, John and Dale: two daughters, Beverley and Joan; two grandchildren. The funeral service was held in St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church. Standoff, Monday (today) at 10 a.m., Rev. J. Regnier officiated. Interment Standoff Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Fort Macleod. C9364 HEALY Passed away in the Blood Hospital on Saturday. June 8, 1974, Louise Healy, aged 94 years of the Blood Reserve. She is survived by six sons. Arthur. Mike. Hugh. Stanley, Harold and Edward; two daughters. Mrs. Jenny Healy and Mrs. Josephine Soop. Also survived by 66 grandchildren, 147 great- grandchildren and 36 great- great-grandchildren; one nephew. Hugh Tallow: two nieces. Jenny Neilson and Dorothy Christensen. She was predeceased by five sons and one daughter. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Anglican Church. Blood Reserve. Tuesday, 11 a.m.. Rev. A. McQuaig officiating." Interment St. Paul's Cemetery. Wake Service St. Paul's Church, Monday (tonight) 7-10 p.m. Friends who wish may donate to the St. Paul's Cemetery Fund or the Canadian Cancer Society, cf o Rev. A. McQuaig. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Fort Macleod. C9365 CARDS OF THANKS HELMER Thank to the Fire Department and the two gentlemen who helped put out the fire in my car on 13th St. and 4th Ave. Friday. June 7th. 1974. you Torchy Helmer X5160 McDERMOTT The family of the late James I. McDermott wish to thank the sisters and staff St. Michael's Hospital. First Main: the doctors and Father Bruce Field: pallbearers. Karel Roelofs. Pio Locatelli. Joe Voort. Harvey Sandham. John Grisack, Hugh Christie Father Lebel. Father Brown, the choir. St. Joseph's Church Coalhurst. all the friends who brought food and assisted in serving. Dale Martin for his assistance in so many ways. To all who sent Mass Cards and flowers: To all the wonderful friends and relatives who made the loss of a dear Dad easier to bear God bless you all! Mrs. Mary Ann McDermott The McDermott. Spence and MacKinnon families 3374 Stalled move This gigantic hip-roofed barn, purchased from the Lethbridge Correctional Institution by local businessman Fred Weatherup, lay within a loud shout from its final destination, a location just northwest of the stately Weatherup home on the '_____________________________ _ old Coaldale Road. Building movers started to move the building a year ago but wet forced them to quit. The massive house relocation project in Lethbridge because of the construction boom is blamed for barn's continued Common economic lack of (acl Mr Weath8rup hopes to correot soon policies 'needed' CAREERS Torrential Giscard faces first crisis PARIS President Valery Giscard d'Estaing said today he fired a minister from his new government not (or opposing a decision to go ahead with French nuclear tests but because of his public protest over it. a cabinet member reported. Giscard d'Estaing dismissed Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber from his post as minister for administrative reform after he held a news conference Sunday to protest the tests in the South Pacific. HOMES FLOODED ISTANBUL. Turkey i AP i More than 600 homes and 40 Jartorics were flooded Sunday when heavy rains overflowed a darn outside Istanbul, enctilfmg an industrial centre. rains slacken HUACCOTO, Peru (Reuter) Torrential floodwaters that burst through a giant natural dam obliterating 20 abandoned villages near here were beginning to slacken early today, officials said. They reported the worst of the crisis is over and estimated that Sunday's torrent has dropped by about half. There was no report of any casualties after thousands of villagers were evacuated from the danger area Sunday and lined hilltops to watch the flood. But a few dozen families were reported to have refused to leave their homes. Roads and bridges were de- stroyed and wide areas of rich farmland were covered with water, mud and rubble as the waters of the Mantaro River burst through the breach. First estimates put the damage at 86 million. The dam was formed on April 25 when two mountain tops crashed into the fast- flowing river, either because of heavy rains or earth tremors. LAKE FORMED The official death toll in the April disaster was 451. Behind the 850-foot-high dam. an 18- mile-long lake built up. The officials said a third of the water in the lake poured out in 24 hours after suddenly gathering momentum Saturday. There were fears that out- breaks of typhoid and other diseases reported in the last few days might spread, fed by hundreds of human and animal corpses rotting for weeks in the giant artificial lake. Last week the waters came within inches of the crest of the dam. Frogmen blasted a breach to let the waters out slowly, and for six days the plan worked. Neither the Peruvian experts here nor their West German and Japanese advisers could explain why the waters suddenly began rushing through with tre- mendous momentum, widening the breach. Since then, the level of the lake has dropped 178 feet and officials believe the danger is past and the waters will drain at a slower pace. LONDON (AP) The world's industrial countries must hammer out a common policy to deal with the aftermath of the oil crisis or risk a big drop in trade that might damage already precarious economies, the National Institute of Eco- nomic and Social Research warned today. Britain, it stressed, faces a major slump next year unless the Labor government takes quick action with a reflationary budget this fall to slow down the slide. Without such moves, the independent institute said, Britain's unemployment will likely increase to as high as 800.000 within 18 months from 550.000. prices will go up by 17 per cent this year and factory production will fall. The institute maintained in its quarterly review published today that" the problem is worldwide because industrial countries have failed to cope with the crisis touched off by oil price increases in the last eight months. It urged industrial countries to reach agreement with oil exporting countries to peg oil prices at a reasonable level and to make big increases in aid to developing countries hurt by the crisis. This" it said, will offset the drop in the real value of aid, thus helping the developing countries, pay their oil bills and prevent them from having to cancel export orders that will cut world trade more than it already has been. Without an agreement with the oil-producing states, it warned, these countries may believe that oil in the ground is their best investment. It added that this may mean more cuts in oil supplies. The institute's conclusions about Britain's economic prospects undercut government attempts in the last few weeks to calm fears that a slump is coming. The review stressed that the most disturbing trend in Britain now is the accelerating rate of inflation. It is now running at about 11 per cent a year. "We are drifting into a world in which prices double almost every five years." it" noted. GOVERNOR BANS Ms CONCORD. N.H. "The practice of using Ms in- stead of Miss or Mrs. is to be discontinued immediately." said a recent memo to state offices on behalf of Gov. Mcldrim Thomson. "The governor does not believe in this and does not want any of his letters to go out that way." CAREERS EXPANDING INDEPENDENT MEN'S CLOTHING STORE requires aggressive individual interested in developing a career in men's clothing. Must be experienced or prepared Jo apply themselves completely lo learning all aspects of the clothing business. Wages determined by experience and ability. Individuals with managerial potential preferred. Please send complete resume to BOX 4, HERALD All replies held in strictest confidence. Our staff has been advised of this ad. Careers OPPORTUNITY COMPANY Recent internal promotions, and plans for expansion, including two new branch offices, have created the following employment opportunities. ENGINEER DUTIES Responsible for the inspection of building construction, plant equipmant and production processes of business receiving financial assistance from the Alberta Opportunity Company. Examine loan applicants' plans and designs for building construction, equipment and production flows and participates in the field inspection as construction progresses. Certifies the progress of construction for loan advances and the completion of the project. In the performance, of duties will have contact with applicants' management, production personnel, contractors, suppliers of equip- ment and government agencies. QUALIFICATIONS B.Sc. in Civil Engineering with considerable experience in plant construction and with industrial equipment and processes. Have ability to inspect construction and ensure adherence to design plans and specifications. Must be eligible for membership in the Professional Engineers Association of Alberta. LOCATION. Ponoka SALARY RANGE to ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER DUTIES Responsible to the Corporate Secretary for determining that the terms and conditions of approved financial assistance are met permitting the advances of funds to applicants of the Alberta Opportunity Company. Duties will include preparation of letters of instruction to solicitors, appraisers and other professionals, examination and review of financial statements and all other documentation related to the implementation of loans, and travel within the Province for the inspection and verification of clients' assets. In the performance of duties will have contact with applicants' management, government departments and members of the business community. QUALIFICATIONS The successful applicant will have an background gained through a combination of formal training and experience and have developed skills in communication. Knowledge of commercial law an asset. LOCATION Ponoka SALARY RANGE S9.288 to S1 1.628 LOANS OFFICER DUTIES This is specialized professional work providing medium to long term financing and counselling to small and medium sized manufacturers and producers through- out the Province. Successful applicants will be competent to prepare complex studies incorporating: overall manufacturing and financial rtviews operations evaluation and improvement plant and equipment analysis production planning and scheduling market and product development QUALIFICATIONS Middle management experience in production, marketing or financial fields, university graduation in engineering ot commerce or an equivalent combination o' experience and education. LOCATIONS Ponoka. Calgary. LelHindge, Grande Prairie SALARY RANGE S13.320 to S 16.800 LEGAL OFFICER DUTIES letolt'ieCciTpoTflleSrr-ielsity for ttV processing o1 k'gjl documentation fot the arivanc-e o1 funds to businesses rvci-ivmg financial assistance from the Alberta Opportunity Company. Duties, will include the preparation -and review -j1 legal documentation i as. well as The instruction of ouUid'-' 1 urns, of solicitors acting on behalf of AOC. In the performance of duties will come in contact with clients of the company. their the company's corporate solicitors gnrl other ft of ess ion a I groups for the execution of legal documents, and further i" the assembling of the required information required prior to the ,cfvance of funds. The ability to expedite and document processing is of prime importance. QUALIFICATIONS WlembrTship in the Law Society of Alberta LOCATION Ponoka SALARY RANGE to 521.240 Please submit resumes to: Mr. A. Clarke Managing Director Alberta Opportunity Company P.O. Box 1630 Ponoka. Alberta ;