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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta In Memoriams I Cards Of Thanks DEATHS WOLSEY passed away in Magrath on Nov. at age of 88 years. She is the beloved wife of the late John Ruben Wolsey of Magrath. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Arrangements. BIRTH GLOVER Glen and Carliss are proud to announce the birth of a'baby Brenda Renae IDS. 4Vz born October at St. Michael's Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. P Credico and Mrs. M. Glover. Extra proud great grandmother is Mrs. E Lastuka. 2945 CAREERS DEATHS NAGURNY Passed away in the city on November following a illness Mr. Joseph at the age of 64 beloved husband of Mi's. Bessie Kagurny of Alberta. Born and raised in Poland-the late Mr. Nagurny came to Canada to Lethbridge in moving to Calgary in later moving to where he farmed until 1943 at which time he moved to where he resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two Mitchell and both at two Con- stance and both at one Warren Spencer and two brothers in Poland Requiem Mass will be celebrated on November 6th at a.m. in St. Basil's Roman Catholic with Rev. Father G Marien Celebrant Prayers will be said at p.m. on Monday in MARTIN BROS. -.MEMORIAL- 703' 13th Street North Interment will follow m Mount Calvary Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C5201 MULLIN Passed away in the city on .November following-a lengthy ill- ness. Miss Jeraldine Lydia at the age of 35 beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs J W. Mullm of 2404 14th Avenue North Born in Calgary raised and educated in Claresholm and Cardston the late Miss Mullin came to Lethbridge in where she has resided until her passing. She was very active in McKillop United Church Sun- day School and Choir and the Lethbridge Symphony Chorus. Besides her loving parents she is survived by one Mrs. Donna Gail Hope of Edmonton and one Derrick Mullin of B.C. The funeral service will be held on. Tuesday at 1-00 p.m. in' MARTIN BROS. MEMORIAL 703 13th Street with Rev. Blake Anderson officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Cana- dian Cancer 409 Canada Trust Building MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C5200 PAULS Passed away in the city on November 1973 following a brief il- Mr. Franz Pauls at the age of 45 beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Pauls of Alberta. Born and raised in the the late Mr. Pauls moved to Siberia in 1945 and in 1972 came to Canada to where he has resid- ed'until his passing. Besides tus loving wifr-lie survived ay one Peter and one both of his Katarina Pauls also of one Peter Coaldale. The late Mr. Pauls was predeceased by two listers. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in the Mennonite Conference with Rev. Peter Retzlaff officiating. Interment will follow in The Coaldale Cemetery. Those rho wish may pay their at the church from p.m. until service time. MARTIN BROS. Direc- ors of Funeral Service. LEM LOY FOO Passed away in the city on November following a brief Mr. Lem Loy Foo at the age of 95 of 308 2nd Avenue South. Born and raised in the late Mr. Lem came to Canada in the early 1930's to several years later to Alberta and has resided in Lethbridge for the past 30 years. Survivors include one son in China and several grandchildren and great- grandchildren. The funeral service will be held on November at in MARTIN BROS. TRADITIONAL 812 3rd Avenue with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in the Chinese Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C5198 IN MEMORIAM CARPENTER To- morrow and onward we shall miss him. And so we shall now know how different the world might have been had fate per- mitted this blazing talented msn to live and labor at man's unfinished agenda at peace and progress for all. remembering you. Your four Russ and John 2932 CARD OFtHANKS QRADDUCK Our sincere thanks to the the nurses and staff of tfie Aux- ilia-ry and Municipal and to all those who sent cards and flowers. It was so very much appreciated by Wilbur and his family. Helen Cradduck and family 2944 Faulkner wins vote for policy BELFAST for- mer Northern Ireland premier Brian Faulkner won a narrow vote of confidence Tuesday night for his policy of sharing power between Protestants and Roman Catholics in a new Ulster ex- ecutive. Faulkner thus retained his leadership of the traditionally Protestant Unionist which ruled Northern Ireland for 50 years before the British parliament took over control last year. A move within the Unionist standing committee to reject the power-sharing concept es- poused by Faulkner was de- feated 132 to 105. Faulkner is engaged in a series of talks with leaders of the mainly Catholic Social Democratic and Labor party and the moderate Alliance party on formation of a 12- man executive to run Northern Ireland. The next round of dis- cussions is scheduled for next week. a railway locomotive was blown apart by an explosion Tuesday after an anonymous warning that a bomb had been planted on a train near the border town of Newry. COURT SYMPATHETIC Italy A 24- year-old woman sought mone- tary damages in an auto acci- dent claiming she was without income from her usual line of work prostitution. A court rejected that claim but classified her as a housewife and awarded her be- cause she been reduced to such a condition that she cannot any longer indulge in any entertainment requiring movement and will have to put limits to her emotional Wholesale food has price drop OTTAWA Wholesale prices of food and industrial goods posted the biggest drop in more than three years in Statistics Canada reported Monday. A companion report also showed some food products manufacturers selling at lower prices last par- ticularly for flour and vegetable oils. Herb minister of con- sumer and corporate told the Commons the govern- ment is watching to see whether wholesale food price declines are being passed along to consumers. the drop of seven- tenths of one per ce.nt in the government's General Whole- sale Index last month offset only a fraction of the previous month's 7.5-per-cent steepest for a single month in more than 34 years. The food manufacturers price reductions in September were also smaller than their previous month's increases. A drop of 4.9 per cent in wholesale prices of animal products and a decline of 1.2 per cent for vegetable prod- of which had soared in the major factors in last month's wholesale price decline. Chemicals and non-ferrous metals also decreased in and five- tenths of one per cent respec- contributed to the first over-all decline in the Wholesale Index in 17 months and the largest since an equivalent seven-tenths decline in a Statistics Canada spokesman said OFFSET INCREASES The September food price drops offset increases of 5.1 per cent for seven- tenths of one per cent for wood six-tenths for iron products and 1.1 per cent for non-metallic the report showed. Prices of raw and partly manufactured goods declined eight-tenths of one per cent while fully and chiefly manufactured goods increas- ed three-tenths of one per cent' at the wholesale price level. But i he report also revised upward the record August wholesale price rise to 7.5 per cent from the originally re- ported estimate of 6.9. This was the largest jump in wholesale prices in a single month since 1939. Over-all wholesale prices in September Were 27.4 per cent over a year with animal products 63 per cent higher and vegetable products 30.8 per cent more costly. Some of the wholesale food in September ap- peared to have been reflected in the more moderate rise in September living costs reported earlier by Statistics Canada. The rise in the Con- sumer Price Index was six- tenths of one per less than half August's increase of 1.3 per cent. STILL RISING But consumer prices in Sep- tember were still rising at the swiftest pace in 22 8.5 per cent above a year earlier. The September de- cline hi ought HIP Wholesale Index down to 400.0 from 402 7 in August. Its 1935-39 base is 100. The index was 313.9 a year earlier Statistics Canada's compa- nion report on September in- dustry selling prices of manufacturers said that index .declined three-tenths of one per cent to 147.4 from its August high of and stood 14.7 per cent above a year earlier. It is based on 1961 prices 100. more notable increases were 2.2 per cent in the textile group cotton yarn and cloth 4.9 per 1.7 per cent in men's 1.5 per cent in 1.1 per cent in wood 1.4 per cent in the paper industries 1.8 per cent in the petroleum and coal group and 12.8 per cent in the report said. increases were more than offset by decreases in the food and beverages down 3.3 per ly slaughtering and meat 10.2 per flour mills 12.5 per cent and vegetable oil 43.3 per it said. The 3.3-per-cent decline in over-all food and beverages represented less than a one- third recovery from the previous month's increase of 10.4 per cent in manufac- turers' selling and the 10.2 per cent drop in slaughtering and meat pack- ing prices represented less than a one-half recovery of the August increase of 22.6 per cent. job WASHINGTON Julie Nixon Eisenhower started work Tuesday as a assistant editor of the Curtis Publishing Co. of the White House announced. The president's who has a master's degree in education and work- ed as a teacher for a short will spend most of her time editing children's materials for the firm's four youth magazines. She also will work on children's books and television programs the com- pany is developing. SAFE FOR DIVERS Lake Ozero Baykal. in central has a max- imum depth of feet. Jet freighter crashes Wreckage of a Pan American 707 jet freighter lies on a runway at Boston's Logan Airport after it crashed and burned during the weekend. Jet engine is m the foreground. All three persons aboard the plane were killed m the crash The plane turned back to Boston over after the crew reported a fire m one of its storage holds and smoke m the cockpit. Arab oil tactic could backfire NEW YUKK The Arab world's new tactic of cutting oil production in an at- tempt to pressure the United States into easing its support for Israel can backfire. If it the Arab world would be hit where it hurts in the bread- basket. The United States consumes approximately 17 million bar- rels of oil a of which about 1.1 million comes from Arab countries. While much of the total goes to fuel industry and home oil it is little- known fact that agriculture is the biggest single user of oil. Farm production absorbs 30 per cent of the 17 million ba- rrels daily with the oil going into petroleum- based propane gas to dry grains for storage and shipment and gasoline to run tractors and other farm equipment. FOOD NEEDED While the U.S. needs foreign oil to keep its industries the Arab world is equally de- pendent on imports of much of it bought from U.S. to feed its people. The U.S produces one-half the world's nearly 80 per cent of its high-protein soybeans and 66 per cent of animal feed grain. The U S. already is short of and while the Arab action is not immediately expected to affect the supply a long-term strain on supplies could affect food production and reduce the amount available for export. The Arab many of them often living on near-sub- sistence have had to import 50 per cent of their grain supplies in the last 18 months. This year Egypt bought 25 per cent of its grain abroad. More than one million 15 per cent of the came from the U.S. Saudi the biggest Arab oil buys almost all of its rice from the U.S. Its purchases have run to tons annually in the last two years. REALTOR We require an imaginative resourceful sales manager tc direct the activities of a large sales force selling residential properties in Calgary. The applicant must be presently engaged as a registered real estate sales manager who enjoys a favourable reputation along with a record of achievement In the real estate field. The successful applicant will be appointed an office in our company. There will be an indoctrination period while the successful applicant becomes fully acquainted with our its policies and personnel. We are a well established Canadian com- pany and our prime activity is marketing on a brokerage basis of residential resale property. Applications will be treated in the strictest confidence. REPLY General Manager United Trust Company 815 17th Avenue Alberta Administrators Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Ltd. requires personnel to assume administrative duties offering promotional opportunities. Qualifications include business-related degree combined with some business Candidates v.itn a minimum senior matriculation and a business background w'll be considered. Remuneration and company benefits are attractive. Initial duties would progressively Include invoice con- tract budget materials material and cost procedural and some aspects of personnel administration. Following this training period the In- cumbants will be considered for promotion to supervisory positions to act In advisory capacities to engineering and operating groups. Candidates must be prepared to transfer to other locations in Canada during career development. Interested parties Mr. R.R. Sired Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Ltd. P.O Box 800 Alberta 771-2284____________ Junior Solicitor As an addition to our present two member Legal a lawyer is required tor in. vorvement in most phases of corporate law in- cluding the review of contracts and offering tegaTopinJons on a variety of subjects and drafting legal documents. Canadian Superior is an .intermediate petroleum exploration and production com- pany located in Calgary .'The vacancy will be of interest to those who have recently entered the legal profession and are interested in a career within a corporate framework. applicants will have gained admit- tance to the Alberta Bar or. will become eligible to be admitted in due course Although not es- up to two years of general legal ex- perience would be an asset. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and re-location assistance will be provided where necessary. Interested applicants are invited to submit a resume of education and experience in guaranteed confidence Mr. D. W. Groves Employee Relations Dept. Canadian Superior Oil Ltd. 355 4th Avenue S.W. Alberta T2P OJ3 c Your future is here xllbcna VOCATIONAL COUNSELLOR required by PROGRAM SERVICES DIVISION DEPARTMENT OF ADVANCED EDUCATION EDMONTON This is a professional position with responsibilities' m .the area of coun- selling. The incumbent will be required to assess and evaluate the aptitude and capability of -prospective students and provide continuing counselling support services for individuals involved in programs to en- hance their employability through education and training. Candidate must possess at least an undergraduate degree plus considerable counselling experience pre- ferably in the area. Knowledge of test administration and interpretation plus an aware- ness of local community resources is preferred. Closes November 1973. Competition Number 5501-78. Salary dependent upon qualifications pre- sented. Government of Alberta Personnel Administration Office Main Centennial Building 10015-103 T5J OH4 Room 500 Terrace Building Edmonton. Alberta. T5K 2C1 Sears SIMPSONS-SEARS LIMITED Due to Continuing.Company Expansion and Business Simpsons-Sears Requires MANAGEMENT TRAINEES We offer a challenging management development pro- gram of formal in combination with on the job experience in an aggressive retail atmosphere leading to advancement to a management position based on merit. The successful candidates will have a strong aptitude for the retail field along with University or Community College background in Business Administration or Economics. Consideration will also be given to persons with previous rertail or merchandising experience with a record of responsibility and achievement. This is an outstanding opportunity to obtain advancement and in- creased responsibility as you gain in our company. Apply in. PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT SIMPSONS-SEARS LIMITED CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PRODUCTION MANAGER CALGARY Due to one of the leaders in the nome field offsrs an exriting career JOB The Production Manager is responsible for co-ordinating and- directing all plant to maintain proper stand- ards of quality and costs. He is responsible for the maintenance of adequate and economical quantities of direct and In- direct materials and for the establishment and maintenance of adequate numbers of direct and indirect hourly personnel to meet production schedules. Candidates must have exhibited managerial and have production ex- perience. This position provides a real growth op- portunity within the ATCO group. Please submit written applications to the Contoller. ATCO HOMES Trail S W Alberta T3E 1T9 ATCO ;