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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, November 14, 1974 USE SUBMARINE The department of Indian and northern affairs is one of several subscribers to a newly designed all-electric sub- marine. Its three-man crew will conduct seismic oil search surveys under Arctic- ice in 1975. SUIT CHICAGO (API -The city agreed Wednesday to settle a police brutality suit by paying a Chicago family in a case where a pregnant woman was struck by a policeman and her son was subsequently born with defects. Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks CARE E RS KEY PUNCH OPERATOR Preference given to experience but will consider applicants with excellent typing abilities. APPLY: CANADA MANPOWER LETHBRIDGE CAREER OPPORTUNITY for Sales Person If you enjoy selling furniture and major appli- ances, join a company where you can enjoy earn- ing to be eligible for our liberal benefits including pen- sion plan, health plan and life insurance. Apply in person at Zellers County Fair 1710-Mayor Magrath Drive Lethbridge LOOKING FOR AN EXCITING CAREER? CONSIDER A CAREER WITH TREASURY BRANCHES OF ALBERTA We offer you: A comprehensive training programme combining classroom instruction with on-the-job training leading through Branch Administration to Management. Advancement limited only by your ability and desire to succeed. Fully competitive salary and benefits programme. Our present commencement salary is S595.00 per month. Desired Qualifications: High School graduates, preferably with some work ex- perience; however, this is not essential. An interest in people and a desire to be involved in a financial organization whose business has doubled in the last two years. If you are interested in such an opportunity and feel that you have the necessary qualifications, contact the Manager of your nearest Treasury Branch or write to: Mr. Terry Semeniuk, Personnel Officer Office of the Superintendent Treasury Branches of Alberta P.O. Box 1440 Edmonton, Alberta. T5J 2N6_____________ HELP WANTED! HARDWARE SUPERVISORS Capable of assuming full responsibility in one of our Hardware Departments Farm hardware background as asset though all experienced applicants will be considered Openings throughout Southern Alberta !N RETURN WE OFFER: An excellent starting salary for qualified personnel A full range of staff benefits An excellent opportunity for advancement. Provide a complete resume and reply to: Box 148 Lethbridge Herald THE NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION requires an ASSISTANT PROJECT CONSTRUCTION MANAGER in the Engineering and Construction Division. Reporting lo the Project Construction the Assistant Project Construction Manager is accoun- table lor the direction and co-operation of the efforts of the work forces He provides supervision and guidance for the Area Superintendents, co-ordmators and Supervisors. Engineers and Inspectors. He must be knowiedgeable of the overall job planning and schedul- ing and direction to his suoervisory per- sonnel and the contractors to insure a co-ord'nated construction effort He works closely ?he ad- ministrative and staff people orovidirg -npui where re- quired lo niyintam the necessary ;ob controls He musl be a member o' or eiig'ble for membershio of the Association of Professional Enc'reers of New Brunsiwcx Salary will be ]n accordance with the and Excellent Employee BeneMs n'S wsrimg '0 be Considered 'or this DOS'- should write no la'er than Movember 20 'o The Employment Officer N.B.E.P.C. Box 20000 Fredericton, N.B. E3B 5G4 DEATHS DEGAUST Passed away in Calgary on Thursday, November 14, 1974, Mrs. Amy Evelyn Degaust at the age of 80 years, of Calgary, formerly of Lethbridge, beloved wife of the late Mr. William Daniel Degaust. Funeral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C4314 OKUTAKE Mary Okutake of 825 5th St. S., beloved wife of the late Tomasada (Chotei Okutake) passed away suddenly at Regina on Monday, November at the age of 54 years. Mrs. Okutake was born at Welling. Alta. on June and was raised in the Lethbridge area. She leaves to mounj her passing, one son, Thomas of Lethbridge; three daughters, Mrs. D. M. (Vicky) Trenchard of Edmonton, Mrs. J. S. (Marion) Tomiyama of Lethbridge and Mrs. A. T. (Jean) Tatebe of Pincher Creek; 12 grandchildren; one brother Mr. T. (Tucker) Nishimazuru of Moose Sask., and four sisters, Mrs. J. (Helen) Higa of Lethbridge, Mrs. L. (Molly) DeCosse of Coaldale, Mrs. Sue Miyagi of Lethbridge and Mrs. A. (Mae) Hanson of Hardieville. She was predeceased by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Nishimazuru; two brothers, George and John, and by one sister, Mrs. F. (Flossie) Nakama. Wake services will be held on Thursday, November 14th at p.m. in The Honpa Buddhist Church, 3611 Forestry Ave., with Rev. N. Kasagi officiating. Funeral services will be held on Friday, Nov. 15th at a.m. also in The Honpa Buddhist Church. Interment will follow in The Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.; Directors of Funeral Service. C4313' IN MEMORIAMS LARTER In loving memory of a dear husband and father. Stanley Larter. who passed away November 14. 1971. remembered and sadly missed by your wife Margaret, daughter Lily son Marland and Marilyn. 5520 STEVENSON In loving memory of a dear mother, grandmother and great- grandmother, Alice Reva Stevenson, who passed away November 14. 1968. Resting where no shadows fall In perfect peace she awaits us all. remembered by all her family. 5576 LARTER In loving memory of my dear son Stanley, who passed away November 14. 1971. Time goes on but memories stay. As near and dear as yester- day. remembered by. mother. 5521 HARSANY In loving memory of a dear husband and father. Alex, who passed away November 14. 1968. It matters not what day or year. There is still a memory, still a tear. Memories don't fade they just go deep For the one we loved and could not keep. remembered by his wife Emma and children. Craig. Bonny. Jcannie and Randy 5548 HARSANY In loving memory of a dear son and brother. Alec, who passed away November 14, ]9fifi The way he talked, the smile he wore. Anrt all the thousand things sn dear lovri about him while lived r ..-or." v.i'h 'T from h're Thf-v re planted deep in memory's garden And watered dailv with our tears To them ever fresh and vivid Through the cominc "J T K-V'T and N i'JK misled hi Mom and Dad sisters Jolane and Isabel and families IN MEMORIAMS STEVENSON In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Alice Reva Stevenson, who passed away November 14th. 1968. Gone but not forgotten. remembered by Harding and Mary, grandchildren Harding Jr.. Jo-Anne and Shirl. 5524 HURST In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Winnie, who passed away November 13. Ever loving, ever true, To the task God set for you; Mother dear, He knew 'twas done, So called you home, our dearest one. remembered by Lucy, George and girls. 5523 WINTERS In loving memory of our dear mather and grandmother, Ruby, who passed away November 14, 1969. To know her was to love her, Both for family and for friend, And the sweetness of her memory. Time can neigher dim nor end. remembered by Harold'and Rae, Del and Laura, DeVere and Duena and families. 5522 CARD OF THANKS COREMAN We would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our friends, neighbors and relatives for the food, flowers, cards, visits and help during our recent bereavement. Also to everyone who sent donations to the Alberta Heart Fund on behalf of our infant daughter. A special thank you to Lorraine and Ed Megyes. Rev. Heffelfinger and the pallbearers Wendell Frey and Dick Jones, also to Reardons Funeral Home. Dale and Danielle Coreman. 5519 Kurds halt Iraqi army NORTHERN IRAQ (Reuter) The advance of the Iraqi army has been halted in this mountainous frontier region of northern Iraq, a Kurdish rebel com- mander said Wednesday. Mohammed Mahmoud Ab- dul Rahman, talking to reporters in his sparsely- equipped headquarters in a roadside cave near Ruwan- duz, said: "during the last two weeks, there has been a com- plete halt to their progress. Our shelling has been heavy and accurate. "Now we are not short of ammunition. We have enough supplies to stop them." Although this is the main front, where the rebels face an estimated 300 Iraqi tanks. 200 field guns and troops, Abdul Rahman's head- quarters is equipped only with a single, ancient field telephone, three foam rubber mattresses and a machine-gun strapped to a brass bedstead. As the commander spoke in- side the sand-bagged cave. Iraqi MiGs swooped overhead. The cave, about 10 miles behind the frontline, was narrowly missed by a pound Iraqi bomb earlier this month, but the Kurdish com- mander has refused to withdraw. Moose Jaw mishap kills city woman TARONPORT. Sask. fCP> HCMP today released the name of a woman killed in a single rar accident near this community, about 10 miles west of Moose Jaw Monday. Dead is Mary Okutake. 52, of Lethbridge Molly Derosse. 4.1 of Har- riieville. and Susie Mryagi. 51, of Lethbridge. passengers in the vehicle were in condition in Moose Union Hospital Their car rolled into a ditch along the 'Irans Canada Highway Sears where Christmas ideas begin Save Air force style parka helps you survive the cold...comfortably! Bundle up in this air force style parka and keep warm all winter long. 100% nylon shell is durable, wind resistant and silicone treated for water repellency. Lining is cotton-backed acrylic pile. Quilted rayon sleeve lining. 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