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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 1, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 2 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Light TSE mid-session trade DEATHS SEARLE Clarence, a former resident of Southern Alberta, passed away in Ogden, Utah, on Monday, Oc- tober 28, 1974, at the age of 61 years, following a lengthy ill- ness. Mr. Searle was born in Magrath, Alberta, March 21, 1913. The youngest child of the late John C., and Julia Searle, he spent his early years in Southern Alberta. His later years have been spent in Utah and Nevada, where he was engaged in the restaurant business until his illness. He is survived by two sons, Norman C. Searle and John Searle and two daughters, Mrs. H. (Patricia) Faulke and Mrs. K. (Julia) Nicholas of Utah, and several grandchildren; also five sisters, Mrs. J. F. (Jen- nie) Woolf and Mrs. Lottie Zuver of Richmond, Calif., Mrs. Louella Kearney and Mrs. Mary C. Nieve, of Lethbridge and Mrs. L. (An- nis) Bone of Brooks, and a brother-in-law, T. C. Bingham of Magrath, as well as many nieces and nephews in Southern Alberta. Funeral services will be held Thurs- day, October 31 at 1 p.m. in Roy, Utah. MYER'S MORTUARY, Directors of Funeral Service. 4865 DAVIDUK Passed away suddenly in the city on Wednesday, October 30, 1974, Mr. Nicholas Daviduk, at the age of 49 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Judith Eleanor Daviduk of 1706 Lakehill Crescent. Born In Ukraine, the late Mr. Daviduk came to Canada in 1929 to Kuroki, Sask. and completed his education at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. He received his Master of Science at the University of California, Berkeley, Califor- nia. He was employed with the Department of Agriculture in the Province of Saskatchewan settling in Regina in 1956. In 1973 he moved to Lethbridge where he had resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one son Bob, one daughter Joan, both at home, his father Mr. Afanas Daviduk of Kuroki, Sask.; four brothers Mr. Mat Daviduk of Margo, Sask., Mr. Bill Daviduk of Edmonton. Mr. Mike Daviduk and Mr. John Daviduk, both of Kuroki, Sask. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Satur- day, November 2, 1974, in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Mr. W. Thwing of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. C4037 DEATHS DURFEE Janice, belov- ed wife of Wayne, passed away at Williams Lake at age 17 on Wednesday, October 30, 1974 after a lengthy illness. Memorial service will be held at Williams Lake. Cremation at Prince George. 4863 SHERMAN Richard Glenn, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sherman, Apt. 15, 515 8 Ave South Lethbridge, passed away in Culiacan, Mexico on October 16, 1974. Born in Calgary, August 3, 1946, he lived in the Spring Coulee and Mountain View areas where his parents farm- ed and ranched. In 1962 the family moved to Calgary. He received his education in Cardston and Calgary, later attending the Institute of Technology in Calgary. At the time of his passing he was employed with the C. F. Braun Co. of Canada Ltd. in Edmonton. Predeceased by a brother, Ronald Jesse, he is survived by his parents; a sister Joan and a neice, Heather both of Red Deer; also by several aunts, uncles, and cousins. The funeral ser- vice will be held at the CY FOSTER GOODER CHAPEL on the Hill, 1708 16 Ave N.W. in Calgary on Satur- day November 2 at three p.m. No flowers please. Friends who wish may contribute to their favorite charity. 4776C-1 BAKOS Passed away in the city on Tuesday, October 29, 1974, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Martha Mathieson Mitchell Bakos, at the age of 55 years, beloved wife of Mr. Joseph Bakos of 622 7th St. S. Born in Scotland, the late Mrs. Bakos came to Canada at an early age and settled with her parents in Saskatchewan. For the past twenty five years she had resided in Lethbridge. Besides her loving husband she is survived by one son, Mr. Fritze Oczko of Lethbridge; two daughters, Mrs. G. E. (Ellen) Peters of Nobleford, Mrs. T. N. (Shirley) Anderson of Coalhurst; six grandchildren; her mother Mrs. Martha MacPherson of Porcupine Plain, Sask. also four sisters and two brothers. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, November 2, 1974, in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL. 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. K. Roset of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the funeral service. Phone 328-2361. C4034 THE FINEST RETIREMENT and RECREATIONAL COMMUNITY Blind Bay. B.C.. Please mail me a free brochure. Name Address Phone Halfway between Calgary and Vancouver on LH SO. FT. WAREHOUSE Downtown Available Nov. 15 312-4th St. S. Call 328-1705 SACRIFICE MUST SELL 1974 CADILLAC Oe VILLE loaded, low mileage. PHONE 329-3220 DEATHS away in Taber, on Friday, Nov. J, 1974, Irene, at the age of 62 years, beloved wife of Mr. Charlie Flickinger, of Taber. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed by REARDON HUMPHRIES FUNERAL SERVICES Ltd., Taber. C4032 HAMABATA Kamasuke, beloved husband of Mrs. Chiduka Hamabata of Lethbridge, passed away in the city on Friday, November 1st, 1974. Funeral an- nouncements later by CHRISTENSEN SALMON Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C4031 REID Passed away in the city on Friday, November 1, 1974, Mrs. Sarah Reid, at the age of 76 years of Lethbridge, beloved wife of the late Mr. James Reid. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the funeral service. C4036 dePEUTER Passed away on Tuesday, October 29, 1974, Metje dePeuter aged 71 years, beloved wife of Jacob dePeuter of Fort Macleod. The funeral service will be held in Eden's FUNERAL CHAPEL Saturday at 2 p.m., Mr. Arie Van Stralen of- ficiating. Interment in Union Cemetery. No Flowers please. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C4038 GOOD RIDER Passed away on Wednesday, October 30, 1974, Agnes Good Rider, age 69 years, beloved wife of Emil Good Rider of the Blood Reserve. Also surviving are three sons, Frank, Wilfred, and Gilbert; four daughters, Olive Blackwater, Rosaline North Peigan, Teresa Healy and Evelyn Good Rider; 41 grandchildren and 12 great- grandchildren. Funeral ser- vices will be held in St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church, Standoff, on Satur- day, Nov. 2 at 10 a.m., Rev. J. Regnier officiating. Inter- ment in Standoff Cemetery. A wake service will be held at the family residence at Stan- doff, Friday evening. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C4033 UNDERDAHL Passed away in the city on Wednesday. October 30, 1974, following a brief illness, Mrs. Myrtle Rose Underdahl, at the age of 7J years of 1603 16th Ave. S.. beloved wife of the late Mr. James Underdahl. The funeral service will be held at a.m. on Satur- day. November 2, 1974. in McKillop United Church, con- durted by Rev, Blake Anderson and Miss E. M. Bartman. Interment will follow in the family plot Archmount Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N. Those who wish may donate to the Chris- tian Science Lecture Fund or to the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society, Miss Joyce Gilfillian. No. 339. 805 5th St. S. W.. Calgary. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Direc- tors of the funeral service. C4035 IN MEMOR1AM CARPENTER John David We knew how much you wanted to stay. We saw you struggle every day. We knew you'd made il through before. You wanted so. to live much more You knrw how much we lov- rd voii. And you chembed the fami- L life wo had You were fading, yel. there Always a grin. Mcr father there has en irmbcrod daily i A Jim. Lee and John riavd W-1 CARDS OF THANKS OSHIRO My heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the people of Coaldale, Lethbridge and district, and to the churches in Coaldale and Lethbridge for their prayers, their well wishes, cards, telegrams, gifts tor all the expressions of love and concern which reached me at home and in Toronto during my recent illnesses and operation. Bell Oshiro 4846-7 HARSANY -1 would like to express my sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of the Municipal Hospital dur- ing my recent stay there. A special thank you to my doc- tor for making me well again. Also, to all my friends and relatives who were so thoughtful to come and see me. send cards, flowers and gifts. A special thank you to my mother for taking care of my children and my sister for helping me at home. Words really cannot express what it means to know how thoughtful and kind people are. Emma Harsany 4861-2 FROUWS I like to ex- press my sincere gratitude to my doctors for their care dur- ing recent surgery. Also to the Nursing Staff of the Municipal Hospital, including Med. III. To Rev. Hankinson for his concern and prayers. To the choir members for their thoughtfulness and beautiful flowers. Also to my family and many friends for their care and tokens of friendship and visits. It all has been very much appreciated I am also thanking the Lord for His con- cern for my recovery and con- tinued well being! Leo Frouws 4814 de VOS We wish to ex- press our heartfelt thanks to our relatives, friends and neighbors for their most thoughful expressions of sym- pathy during our recent bereavement. The floral tributes, cards, visits, food and the donations to the Cancer Society were all very much appreciated. A special thank you to the doctors and nurses of St. Michael's Hospital, to Rev. Hankinson. Rev. Moerman and the choir of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church: The kindness and thoughtfulness of so many will always be remembered. A. de Vos and family. 4815 Pulp firm closes sawmill VANCOUVER (CP) Northwood Pulp and Timber Ltd. announced Thursday per- manent closure of its Eagle Lake sawmill at Giscome. the lay off of 180 employees and the phasing out of the small company town, about 350 miles north of here. The Eagle Lake sawmill is one of the oldest in the north central British Columbia interior. It was started 30 miles east of Prince George in 1915. The town of Gisrome has a population of about 350. The announcement by Horst Sander. Northwood. Pulp's vice president of sawmills, said closure of the sawmill on Nov. 22 and the planer mill on Nov. 29. was due to the depressed lumber market roits rse TORONTO Cana- dian General Electric Co Ltd reports profits for the nine months ended Sept 30 of 455.000 or 89 a share com- pared with J33.587.000 or during the corresponding period one year ago. LIST DEBTS TORONTO THE CANADIAN PRESS Ashland Oil Canada Ltd.. year ended Sept 30 1974. 91 cent-, a share. 1973. 57 cents Astral oc Palhc Lid six months ended Aug 31 1974. 11 cents a share. 1973. 79 cents Belding-Corticclii Ltd.. nine months ended Sept 30 1974. 64 cents a share. 1973. 53 cents Canadian General Electric Co. Ltd.. nine months ended Sept 30 1974. SI 89 a share. 1973. 66 Corbj Distilleries Ltd.. year ended Aug 31 1974. S2.537.442. 28 a share. 1973, 22 Dominion Foundries and Steel Ltd.. nine months ended Sept 30 1974. S48.300.000. S3 02 a share. 1973. 400 000. S2 34 Eastern Canada Savings and Loan Co.. nine months ended Sept. 30 1974. 7R cents a share. 1973 808 cents Electro-Knit Fabrics Ltd.. year ended May 31 1974. nine cents a share. 1973. nine cents D.H. How den and Co. Ltd.. nine months ended Sept 30 1974. SI 25 a share 1S73. S430.000.84 cents l.con's Forniturc Ltd nine months ended Sept 30 1974. 15 a share. 1973 000. 82 cents 000 shares, down from at the same time Thursday. Declines outnumbered ad- vances 92 to 75 with 132 issues unchanged. Falconbridge Nickel fell to Texasgulf to Molson A to Royal Bank to and Alcan to Domtar rose to anc Algoma Steel to Pa to Consolidated Gold lost 2% to Pamour to and Gibraltar "A to Denison gained Vz to anc Giant Yellowknife Vt to Pan Ocean was down to and Peyto 10 cents to Ranger was up to Chicago markets CHICAGO (AP) Farm commodity futures in the United States moved over ranges then closed mostly higher Thursday on Chicago's two ex- changes Soybeans posted a limit gain of 20 cents a bushel, while corn gained up to six cents, and oats 3'i cents. Wheat prices were irregular soybean oil and meal also closed higher, while iced broilers were steadv to about a half cent d pound higher after a session of fairly active dealings Prices of gram futures were general- ly uneven and moved in a close range through most of the board of trade session Cotton futures fell some 50 points, but cocoa prices bounded ahead some 300 points and copper also rose 300 points World sugar gained 100 points while frozen concentrated orange juice closed steady to 50 points higher Cattle futures fell 82 cents pe' hundredweight, then closed the limit o higher Hog fulu res also were sharp- ly lower bul closed with d gain of 5i per hundredweight, a limit Pork Bellies were derail the limit of lai points, but ended with a gain of somp 60 points, while shell eggs rose !9E points At the close, so} beans were 20 cents: a bushel higher 803'z Chicago wheat was five lower to three higher Dec 5 20 Gulf Wheat was not traded corn was Jj lower to six higher. Dec 3 81 and oats two to 3'z higher Dec 1 a5J4 Grain quotations Thursday Wheat Dec 520 Mar 540 May 542. July 500. 506. Dec 514 Corn Dec 3 81 Mar 3 91 Mav 3 96'2 July 398. Sept 3.88. Dec 347. Mai Oats Dec- 1853j Mar 189 Mav 1 S3 Winnipeg grain WINNIPEG (CP) Prices were mixed to slightly lower in Dec unchanged 297'jA Mav I1 2 higher 3 Juh not light activity at mid-session today Dec unchanged 1 90' jA the Winnipeg Commodity 1 93A Julv not There was virtually no activity Dec 2'-i higher corn futures which did not 3 408 Juh '2 lower 3 Thursday's volume of trade 1.431 000 bushels of feed wheat. 1.093.-000 of oats. 1.096.000 of barley. 10.000 quotes corn. 621.000 of rye. 269.000 of flax 000 of Mid-session Thunder Bay rapeseed Nov six lower 927A. Dec. five lower 915B. May four higher 9 10B, Julv unchanged 8 Nov 118 1154 Dec 1164 1139 May 1153 1168 1164 1153 Vancouver rapeseed Nov one higher 945B. Jan higher 939B. Mar six higher 9 2iB. June four higher 9 Thunder Oct 93t 914 Nov 93J3- 914 Dec 929 920 Flax Nov four lower 11.64A. Dec. 11 lower 11 53: May three -Rapeseed 11 50B. July four higher 11 35B Feed wheat Dec '2 lower 3 67'zA May unchanged 3 68B. July not open Corn Dec Mar May and July 944 924 Jan 909 Mar 915 890 Jun 930 877 Corn Basis 9343 915 900 Dollar -Jlv 409 MONTREAL (CPi U.S. dollar terms of Canadian funds at noon 321 2 317' was down 1-50 at SO 98 11-25. 321 sterling was up 1-20 at 30 342 '2 In New York, the Canadian 'z was up 1-50 at SI 01 29-50 Pound ing was up 1-10 at 33 29S Gold 312' z 311 '4 Jlv' '2 311 LONDON (AP) Thursdays 193'4 ing gold prices in U S dollars 191 4 London 167 Pans Frankfurt 166 386 Zurich 167 368 Hong Kong 163 368 Beirut 5.343 a Draftspersons An excellent opportunity exists in Power and Generation Sections at Edmonton Head Office. Should have two years experience in drafting electrical control systems. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Personnel Department Northern Canada Power Commission P O Box 5700. Station L Edmonton. Alberta T6C 4J8 The Future Home of Woodward's Warehouse NOW LEASING Call 328-1705 24 Hours ;