Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
.-._ Wedntidey, Inly 1972 THS IfTHBRIDCE HEMIA Should invest in poor nrens leinonamb BIRTH FRITZ Ken oifl Margaret Fritz (nee Knglcharl) arc pleased to announce the birth o( tlieir daughter, Jennifer Lynn, on June 29, JW2. Proud grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. J. Andre and Mr. and Mrs. J. Fritz, all of Ldhbridge. 491H DEATHS SMITH Passed nway sud- denly on Saturday, July 1, 1972, Mr. Hubert Clifford Smith, at the age of G5 years, o[ Barons. Born in Ontario, the late Mr. Smith came lo Al- berta in 1914. He served with the Canadian Armed Forces for three years during the Sec- ond World War and following this he returned to reside in Barons where he has lived ever since. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S.; phone 32C-23G1. In- terment will follow in the Field of Honor, Mountain View Cem- etery. It has been requested by the family that flowers he gratefully declined. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C292G KOET11LER Passed away at Taber on Tuesday, July 4, 3972, Leonard of Barnwell, the age of 26 years. Born at at Swift Current, Saslt. on June 39. 1944, he received his edu- cation' in Sask. and for the past fire years he has worked for Ace Construction In Alberta. Survivors arc his wife. Mary. Earnwell; his parents. Mr. and lire. Pele Koelhler, Swift Cur- rent; Ihree sisters, Mrs. Carol Thiess, Swift Current, Nellie and Irene at home; grandpar- ents, Mrs. Peter Koelhlcr, Swift Current and Mrs. Elizabeth Jsnren, Herbert, Sask. Funeral services will be conducted from the Evangelical Free Church in Taber, on Friday, July 7 at 2 p.m. Rev. B. E. Wall offi- ciating. Interment will follow- in the Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD., Taber, is in charge of arrangements. C2926A KAWASAKI C h u L a c h i, pasfed away in the city on Ilonday, July 3rd, 1972 at the age of 75 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Yasue Kawasaki of 1811 5th Ave. N. Mr. Kawa- sald was born July 3rd, 1897 in Shigaken, Japan. He has lived in Alberta for 30 years and in the Lethbridge area for the last 20 years. He is survived by his wife, Yasue; one son, Tadao of Coleman; two daughters, Mrs. Mitsuyuki (Heidi) Teraklta of Calgary and Mrs. Masako (Man-) Takeda of Lethbridge; 12 grandchildren and one broth- er, Soichi Kawasaki of Japan. Funeral sen-ices will be held i-.i the north side Buddhist Church on Wednesday. July 5th, at p.m., with Rev. S. Kosaka officiating, assisted by Rev. Y. Izumi. Interment ser- vice will be held in the Chris- tensen Chapel on Thursday, July 6th at a.m. with in- terment to follow in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- DEATHS IN MEMORIAM IS TE I! Lacey James, passed away Monday, July 3, 1972, aged 75 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Sylvia Hollistcr, 315 12th Ave. N.W., Calgary. Services at the Vul- can United Church on Thurs- day at p.m., Ttev. William Julian officiating. Interment, Vulcan Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. C2922 OI.SEN Johanna Kathrina, parsed av.'iiy in Cardston on Monday, July 3rd, 1972, at the age of Si) years. Mrs. Ol.sen was born in Denmark on April H, 1874. She is the last survivor of the late Hans Christian Jensen. Shs is survived by daugh- ter, Mrs. Vinnie M. Eeazer of Cardston o.ie rcn, Mr. Win- field Scott of Youbou, B.C.; 14 grandchildren; 73 greac-grand- children and eight great-great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in the Alberta Stake Chspel in Cardston on Thurs- day, July 6th at 2 p.m., with the First Ward Bishopric officiat- ing. Interment will follow in the Aetna Cemetery. Friends may meet Ihe family and pay their respects f r o m 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief So- ciely Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C2923 neral Service. C2924 VEJPRAVA Margaret passed away at her Blairmore residence on Mon- day. July 3, 1972, at age 68 years, beloved wife of Anthony Vejprava, Blairmore. Born in Lochgelly, Scotland, on March 9, 1904, the late Mrs. Vejprava came to Canada in 1914, set- tling in Hosmer, B.C., where she resided until 1921, when she moved to Blnirmorc, where she has resided since. She mar- ried her husband Anthony in Blairmore in November I92t. She was a member of the Lcta Chapter No. J17, Order of the Eastern Star. Slie was prede- ceased by her mother in Van- couver, her father in Calgary, a son Frank in Blairmore in 1926 and a brother Alex, dur- ing the Second World War. Survivors include her husband Tom' of Blairmore: two sons. Tloy and Cordon and one daugh- ter, Mrs. D. (Margaret Ann) Gates, all of Calgary; three sisters, Mrs. W. (Anne) Coir sens of Blairmore. Mrs. II. (Grace) France of Coleman and Mrs. G. (Tsa) Kidrt of Van- couver; six grandchildren. Fu- neral services were held in Fantln's Rlnlrmore Chapel nt p.m. on Wednesday, July 5 Rev. Bob Smith of- ficiated. Interment followed in the Blairmore Union Ceme- tery. In lieu of flowers, per- sons wishing may donate to the Dr. Emil A 1 c 11 o Alemorial Fund, care of Ihc Crowsnest Pass General Hospital or the Canadian Ilc.irl fund, care of Mr. Flora Mickels, Blairmore. FANTIN CHAPELS LTD., wns in charge. C2925 FUNERALS HEAD Funeral sen-ice for Vera B. Head, beloved wife of John W. Head of 1410 Wlh Ave, S. who died in the city Friday, June 30, 1972. at the age of 67 years, was held at 2 p.m. Tues- day, July 4, 1972, in the Leth- bridge Stake Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter Day Saints, 2Blh St. and Scenic Drive, with Bishop Ralph Oler officiating. Pall- were Lee, Elaine and Douglas Barker, James and Russell Blumell and Kennetji Miller. In- terment was in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. MARQUARDSOX Funeral service for Truman On-il Mar- quardson, who died at Vancou- ver, Monday, June 2G, 1972. at the age of 47 years, was hied at 2 p.m. Monday, July 3, 1972, in the Christensen Chapel, 327 10th St. E., with Bishop Leo L. Davidson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Otto Schnoor, Dave Siewart, A. Grey, Andrew Grbavac, H. C. Bessem and Delon Erickson. Interment was in the Stirling Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. ELAIH Funeral service for Samuel Lome Blair, beloved husband of the late Noel Blair of Picture Bulte who died in the city Thursday, June 29, IfJ72, at the age of 70 years, was held at 3 p.m. Tuesday, July 4, 1972, in the Christensen Chapel with Bishop Stanley Johnson officiating. Pallbear- ers were Hans Rothlin. Kit Forslmer, John Barron, Tliyge Hage. Earl Gibbons and Ray Finlcy. Interment was in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Christcn- 5en Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice, was in charge of (he arrange- ments. DoncilAK funeral ser vice for Waller Dorchak. be- loved husband of Mrs. Sandra Dorchak of 10.1 711) Ave. A S. who died in the cily Friday. June 30, 1972. at the of 51 j }rars, hold at 1 p m. Tups- day. Julv 4, 1972. in the Chris- tensen Chapel with Rev. Bruce Field officiating. Honorary prill- bearers were Matt Orich. John Brolhenvood. James Christie and Doug Shields. Active pall- bearers were George, Donald, Lawrence and Vcrn Virostek and Dallas nnd Stewart Dor- chak. Interment wns in Ihc Mountain View Ccmclery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of the nmmgcmcnls. CARD OF THANKS WESLEY I would lilcc to thank my doctor, nurses nnd staff on second floor St. Mich- ncl's Hospital for (h? rare nnd kindness 1 received while a patient there; lo my family nnd friends for the flowers, gifts, cards nnd visits. Thank you all. Frances Wesley. 4fM3 WASELENAK of our husband, In memoi7 father, and grandfather, John Waselenak, who passed away July 2, 1971, A silent thought, a secret tear, Keeps his memory ever dear. Time takes away the edge of grief. But memory turns back every leaf. missed by his wife Anastasia, son Michael and family. 4784 Lougheed raps Ottawa CALGARY (CP) Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed said here Canada should be in- vesting in areas "which have already Fhown they can gener- ate industrial development and lie told the annual convention of Canadian Jaycees that the business community must pres- sure governments to develop a "national industrial strategy" which will not "artificially sup- port poorer parts of Canada." QUEST10NA1JLE "It is questionable we will be working in the best interests of Canadians if we artificially sup- port areas that carmot sus- tain their own industrial growth and jobs for young people. "If the artificial approach is overdone the opportunities of the young are thwarted and hindered." He said investing in parts of the country so far unable to grow on their own only draw money away from other areas that can use government assistance profitably. When the federal government takes money from "have" prov- inces and puts it into "have- not" areas through badly-plan- ned equalization payments, it robs one part of the country to spend uselessly in another. "We need a workable indus- trial development strategy, but right now we don't have one." He called for a "working part- nership" between business and governments at all levels. With- out it, "government will be more and more, not less, in- volved in areas in [he past left lo free enterprise." It will anyway, he said, even with (he partnership. Rut the involvement should be in a supervisory way rather than di- rectly. Final decisions on an over- all industrial strategy should be loft until after the next federal lo scllle on one In the atmo- sphere of a federal election." He said a business and gov- ernment partnership will re- duce costs to taxpayers fooling the bill for government's super- vising development. "We in every- one in all the looking for ways to cut costs. We need to contract as much flection, Mr. Lougheed Raid, of our work as possible out tc "I don't think we should try I private business." CBC not giving up plans for 'two-headed' system MONTREAL (CP) Laurent] that we will discuss many other Picard, who becomes president of the CBC Aug. 1, says the He said the Crown corporation does not was "a blow view as final a veto of plans lo set up a two-headed broadcast- ing system. Tiie Canadian Radio-Televi- sion Commission announced Thursday it had lurned down a CBC bid to establish two differ- ent styles of dio One and Radio Two. Mr. Picard said in an inter- view Monday the corporation plans to re-open discussions soon with the CRTC about the proposal, probably in the early fall. "It is possible that we may present new he said "hut it Is most possible CRTC decision disappointing certainly but not crushing." The CRTC turned down the programming changes because it said they moved Die CBC "too close lo the programming al- ready available on many of the privstely-ou-ned radio stations." The CDC had already started changing its AM, amplitude modulation, and FM, frequency modulation, networks into Radio One and Radio Two. USED IN TRADE In the 17th century, Spaniards look peanuts to Africa where tliey were traded for pieces of elephant tusks. MIXED WEATHER Portions of Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba and British Columbia are expected to recieve bo- low normal temperatures for July, the rest of Can- ada receiving normal readings, according to Ihe 30-dny wealher oullcok of the United Stales Weather Bureau. 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