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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 int LcinDmuvac ncHALU seiuroey, October 19, 197: Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams DEATHS MORELAND Passed away in the city on Friday, October 12, 1973, Mrs. Dora Mae Moreland at the age 80 years of 1111 27th St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. George Raymond Moreland. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C2692 STAINES At the Victoria Genera' Hospital on Sunday, October 7th, 1973 Alfred Thomas Staines. beloved hus- band of Phyllis, 3761 Winston Crescent, a resident of Vic- toria for the past 24 years. Besides his wife he leaves a sister in England, nieces and nephews. He was a member of the Britannia Br. No. 7 R.C.L. Private family services were held on Wednesday, October 10 at 11 a.m. in the THOMSON AND IRVING Funeral Chapel. Canon G. Baker of- ficiating followed by cremation. Flowers gratefully declined. 1699 STAPLETON October 11. 1973. Mr. John George Stapleton, aged 83 years, of 765 11 St. S.E., Medicine Hat. dear father of Andrew of Milk River, Henry of Medicine Hat, Frank of Penticton, B.C. Also 'surviving are four grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Born in Buf- falo. Missouri, U.S.A. February 20, 1890. came to Canada in 1910 homesteading in the Manyberries district, moved to Medicine Hat in 1942. He was predeceased by his wife. Sarah in 1972. The funeral will be held Monday at a.m. at Pattison's Chapel on the Corner. Inter- ment in Hillside cemetery. Donations to the Canadian Cancer fund will gratefully be accepted 1700 DYS Passed away in Lethbridge on Friday, Oc- tober 12, 1973, following a brief illness, Mr. Gysbert (Gilbert) Dys, beloved hus- band of Elizabeth Christina and dearly beloved father of Ina of Vancouver, Keith of Lethbridge, John and Hans of Calgary and four grandchildren. Also survived by a sister Goudja Van Straalen of Groenekan. Holland. In 1952 the late Mr. Dys moved to Canada with his family and after a short stay in Nobleford the family mov- ed to Lethbridge, where he has resided until his passing. Mr. Dys was an active business man, founder of Dysigns Advertising Ltd. in 1953. He retired late in 1972. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday at 1 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Kenneth Morris of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. In lieu of flowers those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bldg. Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of the Funeral Servirp C2691 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE WHITEMAN: Melvin Sherri. last known address 324 7 Ave South. Lethbridge. Alberta, anyone knowing their whereabouts please contact Box 124 of this paper on a matterpf urgent personal concern. 825 ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDER FOR GRAVEL HAUL Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned until 12.00 o'clock noon on October 24. 1973 for the loading and hauling of approximately 9.000- cu. yds. of coarse gravel to various parts of the Main Canal from Chin to Horsefly. Further information may be obtained from the Lethbridge Offipe. Tenders to be submitted on a per cubic yard basis. Minimum daily delivery 600 yards. Work to com- mence shortly after close of tenders. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted J. W. THIESSEN, P. ENG. Manager Box 278 Lethbridge. Alberta 036 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF L6THBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF JOHN RUSSELL DIXSON, late of the Town of Foremost, in the Province of Alberta, who died at Foremost, Alberta on the 23rd day of July. A.D. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by the 19th day of November, A.D. 1973. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them DAVIDSON AND WILLIAMS Barristers and Solicitors 310 Canada Trust Building Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors 041 CARDS OF THANKS VANDEN BERG A very special thankyou to my doctor and the nursing staff on the Second East Wing of St. Michael's Hospital. Thanks to my relatives and friends for visits, cards and gifts I receiv- ed while in the hospital, also since I returned home. A special thankyou to Jo and my family. Vanden Berg 1648 BODNARUK (William) We wish to express our appreciation to all our relatives, friends and neighbors for the many kindnesses extended to us dur- ing our recent bereavement. A very special thank you to Father R. Zubak. the choir, altar boys and the pallbearers; to the ladies who served the lunch, to everyone who sent sympathy cards, flowers and mass cards. Bless you all. Bodnaruk family 1697 NELSON On behalf of the family, we would like to ex- press our appreciation and sincere thanks to all those who helped us in any way after the passing of our father. A special thanks to the members of the LDS Church, the pallbearers, Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Nordquist of Taber, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelson of Stirl- ing and Aunt Ann's helpers. Thanks again. and Bob Phillips Ken and Arlene Rom- bough and the rest of the family. 1670 WARBURTON The fami- ly of the late Charlie War- burton wish to express their sincere thanks and apprecia- tion to the many dear friends and relatives who sent floral tributes and expressions of sympathy during their recent bereavement. Special thanks to doctors and nurses of the hospitals concerned, pallbearers, minister and ladies of St. Paul's United Church Choir, Milk River. Also the lunch committee and friends who sent food to the house. May Warburton and Family 1607-13 IN MEMORIAMS PETERSON In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Leta, who pass- ed away October 13, 1971. Gone but not forgotten. remembered by Kathy, Wayne, Robert, and Corv. 1671 PLAUSTEINER In lov- ing memory of a dear husband, father and grand- father, Johan Plausteiner, who passed away October 14. 1970. His memory is as dear today, As in the hour he passed away. remembered and sadly missed by his wife and children. 1698 MIKLOS !r. lovir.g memory of a dear father. John Miklos, who passed away October 13, 1970. A certain smile, a certain face, A certain someone none can replace. Wishing today as we have wished before, That God would have spared you many years more. Ever loved and remembered, Jan, George and Garry. 1649 Lalonde commits continued aid IN OSHKOSH. B'GOSH, the light planes are rush-hour thick for the unusual Experimental Aircraft Association fly-in to Wisconsin. Registrations, more than 700, with "several thousand more" unregistered for the event. Little glitter at Canada film awards MONTREAL (CP) The Canadian Film Awards took place Friday night with little fanfare. There had been fears they might not be held at all, and there was no ceremonial presentation of Etrogs, the like statuettes named for designer Sorel Etrog. Fourteen Quebec film producers announced earlier in the week they would boycott the awards. Conse- quently, the winners were an- nounced in a newsconference format but no presentations were made. Quebec actress Genevieve Bujold, named best actress, was among the 125 present at the St. Denis Theatre. Miss Bujold. without makeup and clad in blue jeans and lumberman's jacket, was barely recognizable as the actress known to film audiences for her roles in Anne of Thousand Days and King of Hearts, as well as Kamouraska. Among the winners were: Home by Bill Reid for best non-fiction feature film; Slipstream by David Acomba for the best fiction feature film; Bujold, best actress, in Kamouraska by Claude Jutra: Godin, best ac- tor, in O. K. Laliberte by the National Film Board. TWO FOR KAMOURASKA The Wendy Michener Award for the outstanding contribu- tion to this year's Canadian Film Awards and to the Cana- dian film industry went to Gilles Carle for Kamouraska. The film also took the Special Jury Prize for all-round ex- cellence. The Quebec Film Directors Association said it objected to the award because they are a mimicry of the Academy Awards in the United States and because they foster the idea there is "homogenity" in Canadian cinema. The statement, presented on the first day of awards selection screening Monday, was signed by members of the association including Jean Saulnier, Gilles Gherien and Mr. Jutra, director of the well-known Mon Oncle An- toine as well as Kamouraska. Members of the inter- national jury who determined the awards were Roch Carrier, Quebecois novelist and dramatist, author of La Guerre, Yes Sir; Les Wed- Scores LONDON (Reuter) Results of Saturday's Old Country Soccer: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Birmingham 2 Wolverhampton 1 Burnley 2 Queens PR 1 Ipswich 3 Chelsea 2 Everton 1 West Ham 0 Leicester 2 Leeds 2 Derby 1 Man United 0 Newcastle 1 Man City 0 Norwich 0 Coventry 0 Southampton 1 Liverpool 0 Tottenham 2 Arsenal 0 Sheffield U 2 Stoke 1 Division II Aston Villa 2 Bolton 1 Cardiff 1 Blackpool 0 Luton 2 Swindon 1 Middlesbrough 1 Hull 0 Bristol C 2 Millwall 0 Notts C 2 Fulham 1 Orient 2 Notts F i Oxford 1 Crystal P 1 Preston 1 Sunderland 0 Portsmouth 2 Sheffield W 1 West Brom 1 Carlisle 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Clyde 3 Arbroath 2 Aberdeen 1 Dumbarton 0 Celtic 1 Dundee 0 Ayr 4 Dunfermline 0 Hibernian 2 Falkirk 0 Dundee 2 Morton 0 Partick 2 Motherwell 1 East Fife 2 Rangers 0 Hearts 2 St. Johnstone 0 Division II Queen of S 2 Albion 0 Clydebank 1 Brechin 0 E Sterling 1 St. Mirren 0 Cowdenbeath 2 Forfar 1 Kilmamock 4 Airdrieonians 0 Raith 3 Alloa 2 Stenhousemuir 3 Montrose 3 Stirling 3 Queen's Pk 2 Berwick 4 Stranraer 1 Division III Halifax 1 Brighton 0 Bristol R 1 Port Vale 1 Chesterfield 3 Watford 1 Hereford fl Cambridge G Huddersfield 2 Plymouth 1 Oldham 3 Rochdale 1 Shrewsbury 1 Bournemouth 1 Southend 2 Aldershot 1 Walsall 4 Charlton 0 Division IV Bradford 1 Northampton 1 Peterborough 1 Brentford 0 Chester 3 Doncaster 0 Gillingham 3 Bury 0 Mansfield 2 Hartlepool 0 Reading 0 Lincoln 0 Rotherham 4 Exeter 0 Scunthorpe 0 Newport 0 Swansea 1 Stockport 0 Workington 1 Barnsley 0 House defects program under consideration WORLD'S NEWEST MONARCH, Carl XVI Gustaf's accession to the Swedish throne coincides with a change in the con- stitution stripping the sovereign of his remaining political powers. REGINA (CP) The federal cabinet and the housebuilding industry are studying a proposal that would give homeowners 10 years of insurance against structural defects in new houses, the president of the housing and urban development associa- tion of Canada says. Keith Morle.v" of Toronto, association president, told a news conference that Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. has approved the proposal. Under the proposal, an independent council of professionals, building trades consumers and other groups would administer the in- surance program. A builder would register the house he is building and if il met minimum construction standards, it would be cer- tified. The builder's technical and financial capabilities would also be examined. For the first year, the builder would be responsible for correcting defects. For the next four years, the council would provide in- surance at no cost to the homeowner. The cost of in- surance would be built into the cost ol the house. The consumer would then have the option of buying in- surance for another five years. Mr. Morlcy said the aim of the proposal is to give house buyers more confidence, to limit frivolous complaints and LO eliminate fly-by-night operators who don't want to face complaints. man, film critic for the Van- couver Sun, Roger Corman, U.S. maker of films such as Fall of the House of Usher and The Pit and the Pendulum; Ivan Passer, Czech film- maker currently making a feature in New York called Law and Order starring Carrol (Archie Bunker) O'Connor; Alain Jessua. French film-maker, whose first feature, La vie a 1'envers, won the Society of Authors prize at Cannes in 1964. Premier is opposed to controls EDMONTON (CP) Premier Peter Lougheed says he is concerned that over- reaction to inflation could strip Alberta of its prosperity. The premier, addressing the opening of the fall session of the Legislature, reiterated his opposition to wage and price controls and noted that many countries have higher infla- tion rates than Canada. Mr. Lougheed, who has said frequently that anti-inflation measures are a basic federal, not provincial, responsibility, listed four moves Alberta is taking to lessen the effect of inflation in the province. Poultry council to meet Election of officers and a plan of activities for the 1973- 74 year will be featured at a meeting of the Southern Alberta Poultry Council Oct. 25 in Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant at p.m. Ken Dundson, farm management technician for the Alberta Department of Agriculture, will discuss Can- farm, the computerized farm accounting system available to all farmers. By VIC PARSONS OTTAWA (CP) Pressed by the provinces, federal Welfare Minister Marc Lalonde committed his government Friday to a con- tinuation of cost-sharing in some Canada Assistance Plan programs that have recently been made universal. Mr. Lalonde said at the end of a two-day welfare ministers' meeting that he will try to amend the plan so the federal government will pay 50 per cent of assistance costs for persons who need government aid even though provinces extend programs to all residents. Under present arrangements, when a program is widened the federal government stops pay- ing half the costs. In most cases the practice has been that means tests were quired before aid was given. Once approved, the new ar- rangement could apply to such plans as day-care, nursing home care, denticare for chil- dren and pharmacare. Mr. Lalonde had been press- ed especially by Manitoba and British Columbia for the change because provinces have to bear full costs once needs tests are dropped. Provinces that opt for un- iversal coverage for their citizens should not be penaliz- ed financially because of their decisions, Mr. Lalonde said. COSTS SIMILAR He added that the federal commitment to pay half of costs of needy persons should not be more expensive than if the provinces had not made their programs universal. Manitoba minister Rene Toupin said since his govern- ment had introduced a univer- sal nursing home care program in July, the provin- cial government had to pay out about million that would have been paid pre- viously by the federal govern- ment. Manitoba had received the full backing of the other provinces in their efforts to ensure federal participation, he added. But until Mr. Lalonde made his announcement, the federal government had not made any commitment to share costs. Welfare ministers left the second since the federal government pro- posed a complete overhaul of social security parently pleased with progress that has been made. A third meeting is scheduled for February. B.C. minister Norman Levi said the Canada Assistance Plan now had a higher priority than before. He had made a special effort to have the plan ranked higher on welfare con- ference agendas. Newfoundland's Ank Murphy said the poorer provinces have been having a hard time with Canada Assistance Plan programs but expressed optimism about the welfare program overhaul. PRAISED LALONDE He praised Mr. Lalonde as "a very human man. He's done a tremendous job." Mr. Lalonde said he was happy with the progress made. "We've passed the stage of making speeches and now we're having good hard- working sessions." But Mr. Lalonde said there is still a lot of work to do in the suggested two-year review of welfare programs. There were many technical points to resolve and Mr. Lalonde said he would be happy if the April. 1975, deadline for review was met. The federal minister said he would be happy in future to get advice from Quebec's retiring welfare minister, Claude Castonguay. Mr. Castonguay was attend- ing his last federal-provincial meeting as minister after four years in which he became rec- ognized by his peers as a lead- ing force in reform of welfare programs. After the first day of meet- ings Thursday, the ministers announced they had agreed to Canada Pension Plan changes that will raise benefits and contributions and tie the plan to the consumer price index. CAREERS WAREHOUSE SUPERVISOR required by ASGROW CANADA, LTD. Brooks, Alberta This is a working position responsible for receiving, processing and shipping pea seed, quality control and machinery maintenance. Applicant must have some supervisory experience with an agricultural background and mechanical in- clination preferred. Salary commensurate with experience. Full company benefits. Reply with full resume including education, experience and salary expected in strict confidence to: C. OLIVER GREEN Box 38 BROOKS, Alberta CANADIAN LIMOUSIN ASSOCIATION A lull time assistant to the Secretary-Manager is required by the Canadian Limousin Association The successful applicant will spend approximately 50% of his time as association (ieldman with the remainder of his responsibilities divided between public relations, breed promotion and management of assaociation sales Experience salary mo. Please submit complete resumes to- JOHN R.LOCKHART CANADIAN LIMOUSIN ASSOCIATION No. 203, 3804 Micleod Trail Calgary, Alberta C YOUR FUTURE IS HERE GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA ENGINEER Department of the Environment. Lethbridge Conducts feasibility studies on flood control, drainage, water'erosion and conservation projects: carries out farm surface drainage programs, assists with planning and administrative functions as required. B.Sc. in Enginer- ing. several years related experience, elegibnity for membership m the Association of Professional Engineers. Salary to per month. Closes October 25, 1973 Competition Number: 1002-C-2. Information and application forms from. GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620 7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 The 1975 Canada Winter Games Society Requires a Services Co-ordinator Responsibilities to Include: 1. Supervision of Services. This will include such areas as: Transportation, Food Services, Vehicular and Stock Control. 2. Supervision of Communications. 3. Liason with other aspects and Committees related to the 75 Games. QUALIFICATIONS: The successful applicant will have several years ex- perience in Logistics, Transportation Planning, Com- munications and related work. SALARY: Commensurate with experience and will be negotiated. APPLICATION FORMS: An Aviilibli from the Cintda Gimes Office P.O. Box 1975 LilhbridBi. Albirti COUNTY OF MINBURN NO. 27 VEGREVILLE, ALBERTA requires CLERK To assist the Secretary-Treasurer in the following functions: Maintain public works ledger etc. administer the Domestic Animals Act, Tax Recovery Act and Municipal Elections Act; preparation of annual assessment summary, balancing of the tax roll, accounts recei- payroll, tax collections, grant sub- missions, W.C.B. and other duties as assigned by the Secretary-Treasurer. Experience in minicipal administration is desirable, but not absolutely necessary. Applicants should state age, qualifications, experience, references, salary expected, when able to commence work ans said application to be in the office of the undersigned not later than October 31, 1973. LARRY E.POWLEY Secretary-Treasurer County of Minburn No. 27 Vegrevllle, Alberta COUNTY OF MINBURN NO. 27 Vsareville, Alberta Written applications are invited by the undersigned to October 31, 1973, for the position of Assistant Secretary-Treasurer The position offers a diversity of duties related to administration. The person should be capable of assuming the responsibility for the business administration duties in the absence of the Secretary-Treasurer. Should have some previous management experience preferably in School Admin- istration. Experience in P.A.B. or F.I.S. accounting a definite asset. Applicants should state age, qualifications, experience, references, salary expected and when able to comm- ence work. LARRY E. POWLEY Secretary-Treasurer County of Minburn No. 27 Vegrevllle, Alberta ;