Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, July 14, 1972 THI UTHMIDGI HtKALD 17 oUeaths, J-unerals, I Jlianhs, ww OF THANKS Salurdav John of Passed away We would sin- Mv 22. 1972. James M.. Idaho, passed away cily on Salurday, like lo thank our doctors Claresholm. on Thursday, July following a the nurses of St. Michael's Born at York at the sge of 55, Mr. John Marion (J. (First East, First moved to Claresholm in of Lorraine at the age ol 82 and Intensive Care) for and resided al He is survived by the Skill and Taber wonderful care and kind- since. He was Ihe with Hosoital and daughter, Wendy. husband of the late Mrs. Carol Newlon. Born, relatives and friends for cards, flowers and visits during Claresholm for manv years and educated in stay in the hospital. Thari retirement. Mr. late Mr. Newton everyone. rence joined Claresholm Volunteer Fire Dept. in 1915 and served on the Fire Dept. until his retirement in 1970. He was one of the. Oldest Volunteer Firemen in Canada. He is survived by two nieces and one nephew in the United Stales. Services at Claresholm United Church, Tuesday p.m., Rev. H. Francis Yardley officiating. Inlermer.l, Clares h o 1m Cemetery. LEYDEN'S Funeral Homes Ltd., Claresholm Branch, Directors of Services. 5961A FILIPPINI Alice, passed away In the city at Ihe age of 74 years, beloved wife of the late Martino Filippini of Lethbridge, Mrs. Filippini was born in Italy and came to Canada in 1924 settling in Lethbridgc, where she had continued to reside until the time ot her passing. She was a membar of the Lethbridge Italian Lodge. Everett Richmond, passed away in Calgary on Friday, July 21st, 197Z, at the age of 85 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Lela Johnson of Barnwell. Mr. Johnson was born in Tcmpe, Arizona, April 29lh, 1B87, and came lo Canada in 1902. He has farmed in Ihe Barnwell district the last 40 years, specializing in garden farming. He leaves to mourn his passing, besides his loving wife, three daughters, Mrs. Stella LeBaron of Calgary, Mrs. Max (Helen) Peters of Salt Lake City, Utah, Mrs. Dawn Findlay ot Calgary; a son Elroy (Bud) Johnson of Australia. He was predeceased by one son, Max A., in 194G. He is also survived by eight grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Funeral services will be held in Ihe Barn-well L.D.S. Chanel on Wednesday, July 26lh, 1972 at 2 p.m., wiih Bishop Marlin Anderson officiating. Interment will follow in the Archmount in 1904 and later home-steaded west of Carstairs. He moved lo Red Deer in 1929 and then to farm in Skiff until 1948. At this lime he retired ant look up residence in Taber. In 1967 he moved to Lethbridge and due lo ill heallh look up residence al Ihe Devon Nursing Home. He is survived by lour daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Corraini of Bow Island, Mrs. N. (Marian) Kiffiak, of Taber, Mrs. D. C. (Joyce) Elford, and Mrs. M. S. (Lola) Wall, both ol Lethbridge; one son, Mr. Noelin H. Newton, of Skiff; 23 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. (Ecla) Brown of Salmor Arm. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMOR-AL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N., with Rev. L. W. Fosmark officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Archmount tfiemorial Gardens. Those who wish may donate to the Gideon Bible Society Mr. Lawrence H. Edwards, 822 10th St. and Elsie Deimuth. 5949 DORCHAK I would like to express my sincerest thank you to all my friends and relatives for their kindnesses during my recent bereavement. Thank ycu to all those who paid visits, sent cards, flowers, messages of sympathy, who sent food and hctoed with the lunch and those who donations to the Cancer Society. Thank you lo the doctors and nursss of the Medicd One Wir.g of tha Municipal Hospital; Reverend Father Field and our friends from the ANAF Veterans Club. My sincerest apprciation to those who acted as honorary pallbearers and cur nephews who were active pallbearers, also to the staff of the Christensen Salmon Funeral Home for their kindness and assistance' A special think you to my brother-in-law, Steve, for all his help during Walter's illness and a.'. the time of his passing. to mourn her Gardens. Friends may may pay their two respects from 1 Martin Bros- pini of Mrs. to the service in the Directors of Funeral chael (Erma) Fritz of Wliite-horse, Yukon; two Society room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN MEMORIAMS Roger and Martin Fritz of Whitehorse; brothers, Giovanni Zambaldi of Lomond, FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Services. Passed away suddenly in the city on Saturday, July 22, 1972, Mrs. In loving memory of our grandson, Kenton, who Zambaldi of Cavedinc, Italy srd Gulseppi Zambaldi of Mack Munro Aitken at the age of 77 years, beloved wife say that time will ease ario, Wishart Brown pain and help us to will be said in Catholic St. Basil on Passed away suddenly in the city on 2, 903 7th Avenue S. Born, raised and educated in so far time has only shown July 23th, 1972 at 10 a.m., 22, 1972, Mrs. Ethel late Mrs. Aitken much we mjss you Vnt Father Gaston Marien as celebrant. Interment will follow in the Mountain' View at the age of 31 years, of 423 11 St. S., beloved wife of the late Mr. Charles Canada to live in 1931. She has continued to reside here until her remembered by grandpa and grandma Millikcn Mounl Calvary Seclion. Born in Cardiff, her loving husband TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. late Mrs. Baines was raised and educated in the Channel Islands and came lo Canada in November 1920. She came to Lethbridge at that time and survived by three daughters, Mrs. N. H. (Chris) Noss Lethbridge, Mrs. D. H. (Marion) Irwin, Watson Lake, Yukon, Mrs. D. C. L. Emil In loving memory of Emile Gundlock who passed away July 24, 1970' God saw the road was getting ROBERTS Lillian C., passed away in Raymond in Saturday, July 22nd, 1972, at the age of 90 years, beloved wife of the lale Isaac Bliss Roberts of Raymond. Mrs. Roberts was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on January 22, 1882. She was married to Mr. Roberts on January 20, 1923 and came to Raymond to live. She leaves one daughter, Lillian Stewart, of Whittier, Calif.; a granddaughler, Barbara Hoft of Hemit, Calif, and a great-grandson Ryan Holt. In addition she moltered Lucy Meldrum of Logan, Utah., Isaac Bliss Roberts Jr. of Moses Lake, Washington, W. here until her passing. Music was lier 'life and within two weeks of her arrival she had her first pupil. At the lime of her passing she was one of the oldest practising music leacbers in Southern Alberta and taught organ as well as all stringed instruments. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood ol Railway Trainmen, a past member of Ihe Lelhbridge Music Teachers Association and a member of the Alberta "Music Teachers Association and the Dominion Teachers Association. She held various music degrees, A.L.C.M. (Associate of London College of of Lethbridge; eighl grandchildren, one great-grand-daughler, two sisters and two brothers in Scotland. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13 St. N., with Hey. David Rodgers officiating. Inlerment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. phone 328-2361. Those who wash may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, care of Mrs. M. N. Wray, 1705 15 St. S. Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of funeral Ser-vice. And Ihe hills were hard to climb, So He closed your weary eyelids, And whispered Peace Be Thine. remembered and sadly missed by Colleen, Bonnie Jean and Nancy. 5950 BRAUN In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Ken-Ion Braun, who passed away July 24, 1964. The golden gate stood open eight years ago today, With farewells left unspoken, he softly slipped away. Roberts of Rosemary, (Licenciate of beyond the sunset Nielson of Raymond, of Music) beauty never dies, Jensen of Driggs, Idaho, Diploma of rest in a lonely garden Martha She is survived God's golden skies. two sisters, Sarah Wardrop daughter, Mrs. Verna Ever remembered and very Eleanor of of Lethbridge; two Funeral missed by mom, Lake City, Funeral Ralph Baines of Rash, who Lindsay, Sieldon and vices will be held in the Mr. Max Baines of Tuesday, July 10, 5554 Ward LDS Chapel in and seven the age of B2 years, was on Tuesday, July 25th at 2 The funeral service 2 p.m. Friday, July 21, In loving mem- with Elder Ronald Heggie held on Tuesday al the Taber Church of of a dear husband, father ducting the service. in Martin Bros. Rev. James R. grandfather, William will follow in the family plot CHAPEL, 703 13 St. Pallbearers passed away July 24, 1968. Hill Rev. David Rodgcrs Brian, and sleeping, resting at Friends may meet the Interment will follow Gordon Loree, pay their respects family plot Kinniburgh and weary troubles and 1 p.m. until prior to the Cemetery. Friends Interment was are past. Relief Society Room their respects at Memorial Gardens. silence he suffered, in MEMORIAL Funeral Home ha bore, SALMON FUNERAL 13 St. N. phone Directors of God called him Home to LTD., Directors of Funeral EROS. LTD., was in charge no more. of Funeral Service. C3263 we go, whatever do, Always we will remember remembered and sadly missed by his wife Peggy, family and grandchildren. Compensation DEATHS THE CANADIAN PRESS Delhi-Jigme Dorji, 45, So pet Commillee of ll'e Alberta alure has been of Bhulan, a Himalayan kingdom, of a heart attack. to review existing Alberta legislation relating to the Hebert, 45, Ca- 7 he Workmen's Compensation free-lance photographer, North Vietnamese artillery ssions Irom inlcieslcd groups. orf.amjations, and s aie invited Rnefs should be landwritlen or typed Mix, 47, and must be mailed to the Chairman. Select enlry in the 13th Workmen's Compensation, Room <123. Legislative gliding championships in Ldmomon pnor to August 2B, after his glider a forced landing on n Hearings will be held m the early fall, with and dates to be announced la er All those Ont.-Onczlme August will he mviled to appear before the Committee at 82, father of 21 children, Public of Canada's largest fami- completing llns review the Committee will make fegardmrj The Workmen's Compensation record Ohio (AP) Skip Pnt McGinnls and Dr. A. E. 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IBCM ON DISPLAY For Ihe first lime, a French IBCM missile, carried on a moior- ized vehicle, moves past the Arc de Triumph on a crowd lined Chomps-Elysees in Paris during Ihe tradilional Baslille Day parade. (AP Wirepholo) Strikes test Italy's new government By VICTOR L. SIMPSON ROME (AP) A series of strikes by Italy's militant labor unions is putting the country's new government to an early test. Workers and professionals in at least a dozen major indus- tries and services have held strikes lliis month, and unions have announced further walk- outs. As a service to readers, some newspapers publish almost daily boxscores on the strike sit- uation. That is, they publish boxscores when they're publish- ing. Lately, strikes have shut down most newspapers for sev- eral days a week. On a recent day in Rome there were no milk deliveries, most gas stations were closed and buses didn't run for four hours. Even doctors are on strike. They called a series of walkouts at hospitals hi Rome to protest 1 the lack of a new contract. Pilots went on strike against Alitalia, the national airline, for 60 hours this month for the same reason. Railway workers have an- nounced a 24-hour country-wide work stoppage starting Ihe night of Aug. 2. They called the strike to support demands for a new contract following what they said was an "unproductive" meeting with the minister of transportation. Premier Giullo AndreotU, whose government has been in office only a month, cites worker absenteeism as a major factor behind what he calls It- aly's "economic emergency." He has promised to bring unions and managements together to end the strikes. But his government's ability to deal with Italy's labor unions is questionable. Observers see even further difficulty for the government come autumn when contracts for four million fifth of the national work up for renewal. Italy's three big labor unions, which represent seven million of the country's 20 million work- ers, have joined in a loose fed- eration. They say they will con- front management and the gov- ernment as a solid bloc when the contract negotiations begin. Loaded chess men MEXICO CITY (Reuter) Mexican police inspected a beautiful wooden chess table flown Irom India and found 136 pounds of hashish hidden in its hollow legs and top. The discov- ery was made here at an air- port warehouse in the northern city of La Paz in the state of Baja California. NOTICE From the PROVINCE OF ALBERTA LIQUOR LEGISLATION COMMITTEE PUBLIC HEARINGS LETHBRIDGE September 16, 1972, a.m. El Rancho Motor Hotel L The Liquor Legislation Commitlee appointed by the Allorney General for the Province of Alberla, invites interested parties and members of ihe general public to submit briefs representations in writing with respect to suggested changes In existing liquor laws, regulations and procedures. Twelve copies o( written submissions containing a summary of the representations being made, should be forwarded lo the Committee, lo be received not later than August 21st, 1972. The Committee may request lhat the parties making submissions present an oral statement In support of Iheir written submission at tha hearing. Please supply return address and lelephono number with your submission. Written submissons to the Commitlee must be delivered to tha Chair- man, Ron Ghiller, M.L.A., or addressed lo him In the care of tha Premier's Office, Mezzanine Floor, J. J. Bowlen Building, 620-7lh Avenue S.W., Calgary.