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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, October 19, 1973 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks Disrupt job mobility DEATHS ISAAC Passed awav in the cits on Thursdas October 18 1973 Mis Natalie Isaac at the age of 76 vears of 190b 4 N beloved wife of the late Abraham Isaac Born and laised in Crimea the late Mrs Isaac came to Canada in 1929 to the Lethbndge area and has resided here until her passing She is survived bv two sons John of Thornhill Ontario Jack of Nanaimo B C one daughter Mibs Anita Isaac of Lethbndge six grandchildren and two great grandchildren The funeial service will be held on Mondav at 3 p m m Martin Bros TRADITIO'NAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Ave S with Rev Ken Jordan of- ficiating Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemeterv Those who wish mas donate to the Alberta Heart Fund c o Mrs M N 1705 15th St S MARTIN BROS LTD Direc tors of Funeral Service C2802 Passed d a j Jn the citv on October 17 1971? following a length) illness Mis Lilian Wetselaar at the age of 68 of 1007 11 St S beloved wife of the late Mr Dirk Wetselaar Born in Bournemouth England the late Mrs Wetselaar came to Canada with her parents in 1906 toDidsburv Alta In 1907 she moved to Lethbndge where she has resided until her passing She is survived two sons Mr James Keylock of Calgarv Mr Leslie Wetselaar of Lethbndge four daughters Mrs L (Ellen) Kennedy of Lethbndge Mrs E (Lilian) Marshall of Acme Alta Mrs E (Laura) Venables of Ot- tawa Mrs E (Lvdia) MacFarlane of Nelson B C 2b grandchildren three brothers Messrs Sidney Bourne of Coaldale Albert Bourne of Lethbndge Bourne of Rainier She was predeceased bv her husband in 1964 and b% one sifter The funeral service will be held on Saturdav at 1 pm in Martin Bros MEMORHL CHAPEL 703 St with Major Thelma Corney and Major Joan Pierce officiating Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens Friends mav pav their respects at Martin Bros MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 -13 St N Phone 328 2361 MARTIN BROS LTD Directors ot the funeral service C2804 PUBLIC NOTICES TENDERS Sealed lenders will be received by the undersigned until 200 pm on Tuesday October 30th 1973 for the following subcontracts for the addi lion and renovations to the Lakeview Scrool a) foundations precaot concrete masonry general framing etc bi Dry wall C) Roofing d) Electrcal Fo1' further nformation and tender forms please contact Mr D B Attwell a 433 15th St South LeJhbndge VI V Crun ey Secretary Treasurer Lelhbrdge School Distnct No 51 049 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME CANADA PROV NCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that I Judy Ann Hall otherwise known as Judi Am Hall of 2017 28th Street South in the City of Lethbnrjge m the Province of Alberta marned woman intend to make application to the Director ot Vital Statistics under the provisions of The Change of Name Act R S A for change of name as follows 1 For a change of my name to Judi An- Hall Judy Ann Hall Judi Ann Hall 060 INVITATION TO TENDER VILLAGE OF NOBLEFORD Sealed Tenders marked Tenders for the V Mage of Nobleford 1974 Sireet Improvements will be received until 2 00 P M M S T Thursday November Sth al the office of thj Secretary Treasurer in NcDle'ord The proiect will include the following approximate quantities 25 600 sq yd of Hot Mix Asphaltic Pavement and either cement stailized base or gravel base Bcia fide contractors may obtain plans and soecifications from the of (ice of the Consulting Engineers on deposit of S25 00 in the form of a cer tififd cheque made payable to the Engineers The deposit will be refunded only if the plans and specifications are returned in good order prim to the closing of tenders or if a bona-fide tender is received Tenders must be accompanied by a written consent of surety and a cer- tified cheque or bid bond in tne amount of ten percent of the tender The Owner reserves the right to waive informalities m or reject any or all Tenders or to accept the Tender deemed most favorable m the In- terest of the Owner Mrs M Paul Secretary Treasurer Village of Nobloford Nobleford Alberta D G Wlathieu C onsulting Engineering Ltd 7135 Fl nt Road S E Calgary Alberta 1G3 053 DEATHS KINZELL Passed away in the city on Thursday Oc- tober 18. 1973 Mrs Bertha Kmzell at the age of 77 years of Retlaw beloved wife of the late Mr John Peter Kmzell Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed MARTIiN BROS LTD Direc- tors of the Funeral Service C2803 KEARL Noreen Rose passed away in Cardston on Friday Octobei 19th 1973 at the age of 47 years beloved daughter of the late Mr and Mrs George Kearl of Card ston She leaves to mourn her passing four sisters Mrs John (Arminto) Hamilton of Cardston Mrs Richard i Adeline) Pratt of Provo Utah Mrs Roger (Merlin) Peterb of Cashmere Wash and Mrs Orest (June) Manchak of Denver Colorado four brothers Lawrence and Russel of Card- ston Harold of Calgary and Ted of Provo Utah She was predeceased by Eldon and a babv brother Freeman Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed SALMON FLiNERAL HOME Cardston directois of the Funeral Service C2801 CARD OF THANKS RIBALKIN We thank the doctors and nursing staff of the Lethbndge Municipal Hospital for the care and kindness shown Mrs Katherme Ribalkin during her recent illness We wish to ex press our thanks and appreciation to our relatives friends neighbours and specifically the pallbearers for the prayers sympathv and kindness shown in connec- tion with the recent illness and death of our beloved mother and grandmother We thank the minister and members of tne McKillop United Church for the com forting message and assistance given during our recent bereavement We also thank those who sent memorial donations to the Alberta Heart Fund Ribalkin Family 1996-20 CARDS OF THANKS ALLERSTON CWL would like to express their sincere thanks to all those who sup ported and helped in anv way with their chicken supper and bazaar It was a great success 1995 DYS We wish to express our deepest appreciation to our relatives friends and neighbors for the kindness ex- tended to our family in this time of bereavement Very special thanks to the doctors and nurses on the Medical Ward in the Municipal Hospital Thanks to the pallbearers and all those peo- ple who shared our sorrow with us Dys Family 2043 DRENT The familv of the late Mrs A Drent wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to the doctor and the nurses of St Michael's First floor and especially the VON for the kindness and care shown to mother during her illness Also special thanks to everyone for ex- pressions of sympathy cards floral tributes visits and to the friends and relatives who helped in so many various ways Also to contributors to the Canadian Cancer Societv the lunch committee of St Andrew s and to Rev Hankin son Drent family 2047-20 FRUET The familv of the late William Fruet wish to ex press their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all relatives friends and neighbors for foods cards and flowers to the doctors and nurses who worked so hard on his behalf and to the pallbearers A special thanks io the Bereavement Com- mittee of the Ladies Aux- iliary of the Canadian Legion for the wonderful lunch they put on Thank you one and all for vour kindness wife Jennie children, Bill and Ida Maxine and Gerald Stan and Gwyn Carol and Tim and grandchildren 2044 Severe grasshopper infestation warned HELENA Mont (AP) An insect specialist with the U S department of agriculture savs severe grasshopper infestation of more than 450 000 acres of Montana rangeland is possible next summer Regional supervisor Walter Ring of the animal plant health inspection service also said the potential exists for damage by the insects on 250 000 acres of Wyoming grazing land Ring said little if any grasshopper problems are ex- pected in North Dakota and South Dakota Ring appeared before a Helena meeting of farm and commodity groups He said that in the last few years grasshopper and cricket problems have spread to Mon- tana from other states in the Pacific northwest GIVEN TIME HELENA Mont (AP) The Montana Supreme Court has given Missoula Attorney Robert Campbell until Jan 3 to file briefs in support of the appeals of two men sentenced to hang for first-degree murder Appealing from the convic- tions are Wallace Rhodes Jr 25 of Clarke County, Neb and James Shields, 21 Moun- tain Home Idaho A District Court jury in For- syth Mont found the two men guilty July 30 in the kid- napping and shooting death of Donald Kakberg 48 of Har- din Judge Alfred Coate sentenced them to be hanged on or before Sept 13 BIG POTNETIAL HARDIN MONT (AP) Montana Lieutenant- Governor Bill Christiansen who has been concentrating on energy problems in the state says the coal-bearing areas of Montana and Wyom- ing have the potential to become possibly the largest energy-conversion develop- ment in the world However Christiansen also said that the national energy crisis could create an en- vironmental destruction crisis in Montana He said that the exploitation of eastern Mon- tana s coal resources is proceeding at a precipitous rate By 1980 40 million tons of coal will be mined in the area compared to the one million tons mined in 1969 Christiansen said No one would gain if one crisis is temporarily solved creating an even greater one Christiansen told the Big Horn County Development Council School land row brews SHERWOOD PARK (CP) The separate school board of this community just east of Edmonton is prepared to go to the federal cabinet to end what it feels is discrimination in the allocation of school land Edmonton lawyer Gordon Wright counsel for the board, said yesterday the Alberta Act legislation which created the province in 1905 provides that a separate school board can appeal directly to the federal cabinet if it feels it is being dis criminated against The board is prepared to go the whole distance if it cannot get satisfaction at the local or provincial level he said August Buysen vice- chairman of the board said the board has paiJ for all its school sites in Sherwood Park during the 10 years the board has been active The county school com- mittee has paid only 000 for 40 of the 120 acres of school sites it has in the com- munity he added The separate board has a total of 33 acies 'Happy Hooker9 author loses TORONTO (CP) Xaviera Hollander, author of the book The Happy Hooker, has lost her appeal against an im migration deportation order The judgment was handed down here by the immigration appeal board Miss Hollander 30-year-old author of the book detailing her life as a New York brothel keeper, had been ordered deponed from Canada shortly after her arrival here last February She will appeal the decision CARDS OF THANKS PATERSON I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks and appreciation to the sisters and staff of St Michael's Hospital, the nurses on first floor mam and second floor mam and to my doctors Father Field, Father Carroll, Father Gillis and Father Lebel also to friends and relatives for flowers, Mass cards gifts, get well cards and visits while 1 was a patient in the hospital Paterson 2046 YORKO A sincere thank you to my doctor also the sisters of St Michael's Hospital and their nursing staff for the wonderful care I received while a patient there for one month Many thanks to Father Field and Father Gillis also many thanks to Father Vornbrock and the C W L of Picture Butte for the mass card also thanks to the ladies that visited me from St Basil s parish and the the Ladies Auxiliary of the FOE for the flowers and visits To mv relatives and friends for visits cards and gifts which were very much appreciated thank you all Helen Yorko Box 1 Shaughnessv 2045 Wage controls rapped By NEIL GILBRIDE OTTAWA (CP) A new study by the Economic Coun- cil of Canada says many workers frequently move to take a new job and wage controls could disrupt this mobility in the labor market "This study confirms earlier findings about Canadians showing a great deal of said the council an advisory body to the government Some 30 per cent change their industry, oc- cupation, or province of employment in a year "A policy of wage controls can prevent an industry from solving labor supply problems by a shift in relative wages and consequent said the study prepared by Dr John Vanderkamp of the University of Guelph "Such a policy may therefore lead to an increase in the economy's structural imbalances The study provides new am- munition for Prime Minister Trudeau's government, which has resisted demands from Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield for wage-price con- trols to curb inflation Dr Vanderkamp also con- cluded that' special interest policies such as tariffs, im- port quotas and subsidies to protect some industries could be abandoned without fear of creating more un- employment "Theorists often imply that flexibility (of the work force) is completely is, that labor supplies, skill com- position, and relative wages in a region are fixed over time "It is then often concluded that special-interest policies, such as tariffs or import quotas on textiles, or sub- sidies to mines and shipyards, should be maintained because the abandonment of such policies would result in large- scale unemployment in the relevant labor markets But to argue that labor supplies are completely fixed is simply fallacious "In fact, our findings in- dicate that about one in four persons changes occupation, industry, or province of employment during the course of a year The study covered only about four million workers, those covered by unemploy- ment insurance, because those were the only ones on which figures were readily available Dr Vanderkamp said higher-paid workers not covered by the study are probably even more mo- to go to another city or province or to a new in- jobs The report was based on a statistical sample of a little less than 10 per cent of in- sured workers from 1965-68 Dr Vanderkamp said the study showed that un- employed workers were more willing to move to a new area to take a job than were employed workers seeking new jobs "The finding that there is quite a lot of natural mobility in the Canadian labor market should counteract the fre- quently expressed view that the labor market is inflexible and incapable of absorbing changes This argument, which is often used to urge maintenance of special- interest policy, is clearly fallacious "Not only does our analysis show a great deal of natural mobility but it also suggests that mobility flows, are deter- mined primarily by economic incentives One implication is that if certain special-interest policies were abandoned, any resulting unemployment should tend to disappear as workers move to more promising labor markets EFFORTS BEAR FRUIT BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) The United States agriculture department gave to Kasetsart Universi- ty for a study of crops northern tribesmen can grow instead of opium Some opium farmers have already switch- ed to raising grapes and apples Quick gas development suggested CALGARY (CP) Canada must act quickly to develop the natural gas reserves in the Arctic and the Mantimp coasts in order to avert the type of energy crisis which is faced in the United States, says Vern Horte, president of Canadian Arctic Gas Study Ltd 'Unless we gain access to new supply sources, we will not be able to meet our needs for crude oil or natural gas from domestic production beyond the end of this decade he told the Canadian Gas Association's National Technical Conference The fronteir areas of the Arctic and the Mantimes ac- count for 85 per cent of the country s potential gas reserves, Mr Horte said He said more than 100 trillion cubic feet of potential gas reserves are in the Mackenzie Delta Beaufort Basin area the most readily available Canadian Arctic Gas Study a consortium of 28 Canadian and U S companies plans to seek government approval later this year for construc- tion of a billion natural gas pipeline from the 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