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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta November 1173 TNI LITHiWDOt HtAALD In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH COURT Bruce and Kay Court are pleased to announce the birth of their second John on November a brother for Spencer Insured. 4283 DEATHS HIGDON Passed away at Taber on November Lona of Vauxhall at the age of 76 years. Born at May she married Jesse 'Higdon at Georgia in 1917 and moved to Retlaw where they homesteaded. Mrs. Higdon lived at Retlaw until the summer of 1973 when she retired to live at Vauxhall. Survivors are three Raymond and John of two Miss Florence Retlaw and Mrs. Thomas two grandchildren and one great- grandson. Funeral services will be conducted from Knox United 'Church in Taber on November 20th at 2 with Miss Aldeen McKay officiating. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL are in charge of arrangements. C5499 SKIKIEWICH Passed away in the city on November following a brief Mr. Joseph Skikiewich at the age of 73 beloved husband of Mrs. Antonina Skikiewich of 1412 4th Avenue N. Born and raised in Poland the late Mr.-Skikiewich came to Canada in 1927 to Taber. He was employed by the CPR from 1927 until retiring in at which time he came to Lethbridge and has resided here until his passing. He was a member of C.P.R. Pen- sioners Club. Besides his wife he is survived by two Mrs. V. Oickle of Mrs. T. Medlicott of three two sisters in Europe and one Mr. Ben Skikiewich of Taber. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13 St. with Rev. Kenneth Morris officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13 St. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C5494 WHITE MAN Pasted away suddenly in the city on November Mr. Arthur White Man at the of 49 years Cardston. Prayers will be said tonight at 8 p.m. in St. Catherine's Church in Stan- doff. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday at 10 a.m. in St. Catherine's Church with Rev. Father F. Regnier celebrant. Interment will follow in the Standoff Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the Church from 6 p.m. on Monday Nov. 19th. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral Ser- vice. C5498 i LETAL Passed away in Calgary on November following a lengthy Mrs. Anne Letal at the age of 48 beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cudrak of 324 12 St. C. N. Prayers will be said on Monday at in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13 St. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday at 10 a.m. in St. Basil's with Rev. Father J Brown celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount-Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL 703 13 St. phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C5497 URANO passed away in Picture Butte on November 1973 at the age of 81 beloved wife of the late Ichiji Urano of Picture Butte. Mrs. Urano was born in Kumamoto Japan and came to Canada in 1918 settling in New West- B.C She moved to Picture Butte in 1942. She leaves to mourn her passing two Shig of Lethbridge and Herby of three Mrs. S. Nagata of Picture Mrs. S. Hase of Lethbridge and Mrs. K. Moriyama of Picture grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband in 1960 and a in 1955. Funeral and wake service will be held on November 20th in the Lethbridge Buddhist Church St. and 13 Ave at with Rev. Y. Izumi officiating. Interment ser- vices will be held on Wednes- day morning at 10 a m. in the Christensen Chapel and inter- ment will follow in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Ser- vices. C5500 CAREER Your future is here RESEARCH HORTICULTURIST GREENHOUSE CROPS Alberta Horticultural Research Alberts develops and interprets applied research projects related to the greenhouse crops industry. Writes conducts short courses and acts in a liaison capacity between research groups and greenhouse operators. B.Sc. In prefer eligibility for membership in the Alberta Institute of Agrotoglsts. related ex- perience desirable. Salary range to per month. November 29. 1973. Competition 4406-C-8. Information and application forms GOVERNMENT OF ALBERT A PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 820 7th AVENUE S. W. ALBERTA T2P OY8 Your future is here STAFF DEVELOPMEIIT OFFICER Division of Services to the Handicapped. Responsi- ble to the Executive Director at Alberta School Hospital. Duties upgrading determin- ing training designing programs offered In assisting In course design at community colleges and and coordinating prac- tteum activities. M.A. M.Ed. or Including training and experience In behaviour modification supplemented by practical related experience. Salary Closes November 1973. Competition Number GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN CENTENNIAL BUIUMNQ 10015 103 TM ON4 ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING TSK 2C1 DEA LEUBINK Passed away in Picture Butte on November following a lengthy Mrs. Henny Leuslnk at the of SO beloved wife of Mr. Art .Leusink of Iron Springs. Funeral Arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. CS4K CLOW Passed away suddenly in Mr. Sheldon Pierce Clow at the age of 19 years beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Clow of Prince Edward Island. The remains will be forwarded to Charlottetown for the funeral and interment service.. MARTIN BROS. LTD. in charge of forwarding arrangements. CS496 IN HUISMAN In loving memory of a dear Bert who passed away November 1971. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Ruth. 4295 WRIGHT and GURR In loving memory of our dear daughters. Betty and Joan We think of your sayings and treasure your smiles. This always lightens the burden awhile. loved and missed by mother and dad. 4294 WRIGHT In loving memory of a very dear Betlv Jean who pass- ed away November 1967. Always a helping hand for others. Faithful and true to the how we miss you A dear and cherished friend. remembered by Wilf and Margaret Lake. 4281 WRIGHT In loving memory of a dear who passed away November 1967. A special place within our hearts. Is set aside for As long as life's memories last We will remember you. remembered and sadly missed by and John. 2482 LARSON In loving memory of a dear father and Roscoe who passed away Nov. 1967. The leaves and flowers may wither The Golden sun may set. But the hearts that loved dearly Are the ones who won't forget remembered and sadly missed by his wife Lucille and family. 4296 WRIGHT and GURR In loving memory of our dear sisters Betty passed away November 1967 and Joan passed away November 1941. God made us wonderful sisters He made their smiles of sunshine. He hearts of pure .gold He made them as-near an angel As anyone ever could be. God 'made wonderful sisters. He gave those sisters to me. In our hearts you'll live forever. Because we thought the world .of you. loved and missed by your sisters and brothers. 4297 ROLFSON In memory of a loving daughter and Clara Lyle who pass- ed away November 1970. Three lonely years have passed away since our great sorrow fell. The shock which we receiv- ed that day.' we still remember well Our hearts still ache with our secret tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you. no one will ever know. .When we are sad and and everything goes wrong We seem to hear you cheer up and carry on. remembered and sadly missed by Jack and family. Gordon and family. Don and Dee family. 4293 1 Colonial parks 'shock' member Members'of a standing parliamentary com- mittee were at the colonial in Banff and Jasper Alberta MP Joe Clark has toU the House of Commons. Mr. whose con- stituency takes in the national parks of- Jasper and Waterton told the Com- mons in a debate on national parks that more and more people who look at situa- tion objectively are realizing that national parks townsite residents must have some control over their commu- nities. Discussing the legislation before the Commons which contains certain amendments such as allowing the collection of traffic fines within the parks rather than having to have the matter referred to Mr. Clark said the traffic fine is a typical example of the colo- nial way the federal ment has been treating parks' activities. Mr. Clark said a regarding national parks attitudes is needed by the federal government a change in which it would Grads told to resist government EDMONTON Universities should carefully examine and resist efforts of strong government says Max president of the University of Alberta. In a speech presented to the fall convocation at the U of Dr. Wyman is now clear that all be they provincial or have lost faith in their educational and are determined to make them To accomplish most governments assembling armies of costing many millions of to centralize educational decisions within the government itself. need for strong central government control over universities should be carefully examined and resisted. It should not happen by Dr. who is in his last term as president of the said government intent to bend universities with bureaucratic procedures and a bureaucratic mentality may prevent the universities from doing but it will and inescapably create a straight-jacket that will allow these important in- stitutions to accomplish no right In a rather pessimistic speech. Dr. Wyman warned universities would have to reduce services and perhaps restrict and pointed to major problems in Canadian society. CARDS OF THANKS GUIMOND We wish to express our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to our many neighbors and relatives for floral donations to the Cancer cards and expressions of sym- pathy during our recent sad bereavement. 'Our sincere thanks to the R.C.M.P. for acting as pallbearers and to Rev. Morris for his calls. A special thank you to the nurs- ing staff at the Auxiliary Hospital for their care and attention to Louis during his long illness. Louis Guimond and family. 4189 BEARD We wish to ex- press our sincere gratitude to our many friends and relatives for their floral cards of personal telephone calls and to those who donated to the charity of their choice during our sad bereavement in the loss of our beloved hus- band and father. Special thanks to Capt. Ron Butcher and Father Bruce Field. The Royal Canadian Legion members who served as pallbearers. Mr. Norm Bullied and members of the No. 11 Squadron of the Air Cadets and to our neighbor Mrs. Lydia Schulze. 1 Fred Beard and Grace. 4280 recognize that residents of the parks townsites know their communities better than some civil servant S.OOO miles away in Ottawa. The Alberta MP said because of this long distance or lack of parliamentary committee members were shocked at the standard and style of architec- ture hi the townsites wich has taken place directly under the control of the federal government. He said people who live in national parks do so because they' appreciate the beauty and values of nature is not necessarily of peo- ple who administer the parks from a distance. p Mr. said there has been consistent denial by Ot- tawa for some form of self government within the parks even though discussions are now proceeding regarding Banff national park. But he said the fact that dis- cussions are going on does not indicate a change of attitude on Ottawa's rather the government is being forced to bow somewhat to from residents. This pressure also came from the Alberta provincial government which saw fit to pass a resolution urging a more realistic attitude by Ot- said Mr. Ottawa is just ing on the matter and has refused to give any time table for setting up realistic self goverernment in Banff and Jasper townsites in he had been told official- ly that the federal government in what Mr. Clark was an about the right of people in Waterton national park planning. Mr. who also criticiz- ed the government for the way it upped the lease fees on residents' said are still being taken by Ottawa regarding the national parks townsites precedents which will be to the detriment of the parks for all not just those who live in them. Return to lash urged CALGARY One or two lashes would do a man far more good than six months in fid Social Credit MLA for says. He told the Kirby Commis- sion studying the operation of Alberta lower courts the return of the lash may be the most effective means of providing both punishment and deterrent. pyschotogy of corporal punishment is some thing no one can fail to He also urged the concept of compensation and restoration. seems to be paying for a criminal's but the criminal should be made to compensate both society and the offended not through a simple prison but through some combination of corporal punishment and There is no punishment or deterrent in going to jail in modern he said. Courts should be given more latitude to make the punish- ment fit the crime. have to stay too close to the letter of the and as a result offenders go to prison where they 'are just as well off as they were before. chronic offenders by all but to remove a man from society by imprisonment is not having him repay his it is hav- ing to burden society Fines were separating the rich from the he said There would be justice for both the offender and the offended if restitutions were substituted. MEDAL FOR KISSINGER NEW YORK State Secretary Henry Kissinger and former attorney-general Elliot Richardson will be among the recipients of the 1973 Gold Medals awarded by the National Institute of Social it was an- nounced Sunday night. The medals will be presented at the organization's 61st annual dinner Dec. 6 at the Plaza Hotel here. LOOK AHEAD Enrol Haw for o Coroor Program DINING LAOOMUft VICE This program will provide Instruction In food service practJcea. LanUri of program 12 weeks PrsrsquleHsB there are no formal prerequisites. Fee-128 Date January 1974 to March 1074. Instruction will be given In the preparation of breakfast sandwiches and kitchen management. I jrf OA kwyui OT program oo weens. PrersqutoMee Alberta Grade 10 or equivalent In- dustrial experience. Dale 1974 to September 1974. Fee TELECOMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY Instruction will be given in the maintenance and operation of data and multiplex systems. Length of program 72 weeks An Alberta school diploma with a C standing in a grade 12 mathematics subject. Date January to with August and 1974 off for summer employ- ment and industrial experience. Fee DIAL CAREERS 284-8413 THE KGISTMTS OFFICE SOUTHERN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 1301 161ft AVNM CHnry. Alberto T2M OL4 Please send information on the following LH1117 Continuing Education Office SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 1301 -I6th Avenue Alberta IT'S A GREAT FEELING TO MAKE IT N YOUR and a newspaper route is one of the best ways for a young man or young lady to start down the road to independence. A newspaper route offers many yourjig people their first chance.to enter the business world. It gives an opportunity to earn their own buy the things they want or to save for the future. But while they're they're also learning. They learn the fundamentals of handling dealing with salesmanship and responsibility. It all adds up to an excellent begin- ning in the process of becoming an independent young man or woman. If you have a son or daughter you think is ready to take that first write the Circulation Manager of this newspaper for information. The Lethbridge Herald ;