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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ____Tuesday, March 28, 1972 THL' UTHBRtDGE HESAID 25 DEATHS DEATH CARD OF THANKS VK1.IHIL1S Passed away I'L'ture JJutle on Tuesday, 28, IST2, following a f.art illness, Mr. Henry Vcldlmis, beloved hushaml of Mrs. Uffic Velrllmis of Monarch. Funen-.l iirrangcmenU will announced when eoiu-f'.i'.ctl MARTIN BKOS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C11B5 C1IUIIIK Passed away at Cranford on Monday, .March 27, 1372, Jc-'.rn, of C'ranlord, at the age of 68 years. Born at Vrsrovv, iMoravia. Czechoslovakia May 27, 1903. He married in Ihe old Country in 1925 rid moved to the llarnwi'll area in 1926. He fanned at Cranfei'd and in later years, he worked for tho Taber Passed away at Victoria, IJ.C. on Thursday, March 23, 1972. Anna Christine, at Ihe age of G9 years. Born at Fort Dodge, Iowa. October 19, 1902, e.-ime to Taber in 1007 with her parents (Mr. and Mrs. A. i'. She received hir education at the Rolling (irc'c-n School, and has resided in the Tnber Retlaw area unlil her passing. She was a Charter Member of the Retlaw CWL. Survivors, one brother, K. J. llempel. Taller; one sis-IIT, Mrs. Leona Tavlor, Victoria, B.C. Prayers will he said in SI. Augustine's Roman Calh-olic Church at Taber, on Tuesday (tonight) March 28 at p.m. Funeral service will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church al VVc, the bereaved familv of Mr. Henry Wecbl S'-., would" like to sincerely thank all our friends and for their kind words of sympathy, flowers, cards .-nJ fcod. Also, our thinks is expressed to those who lock part in t'.ie funeral service i "There was no case against juror John Callaghau saicl of Ihe Solcdad Brothers. "Everybody who testified against them was bought." Callaghan, an airline ticket agent, made Ihe comment Monday after an all-white jury returned a not guilty verdict in Superior Court, 26 months after white guard John Milts was killed at Solcdad prison. Callahan's reference was to a defence contention that four main prosecution witnesses were convicts ;vho -.ver" promised consideration for their testimony against fcilowr convicts F 1 e e t a Drumgo and John Clnlchetle. The prosecution denied it. Drumgo. 20, and Clutchette. 28, bolh blacks senlenced for burglary, were charged with M i 1 1 s 's murder along with George Jackson, 33, a convicted robber. Drumgo, Clutchetlc and Jackson became known as Ihe Sole-dad although unrelated- parljy because Jackson had written a book on blacks and the prison system which became an underground bestseller. Their cause was taken up tion Company, until retiring in Predeceased by one son, Steve. Survivors include his wife Frances, Cr.inford; one Mrs. Maria Komoil, Czculrjslovakia. Praters will ba in Humphries Funeral Chapel on Wednesday, March 29 at p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church in Taber on Thursday, March :IO at a.m., with Rev. Father Burke Hoschka cele-brtat. Interment will follow in Ihe Taber Memorial Garden. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HO.MIC, TAtrer, in charge of arrangements. 11 a.m., with Father Burke Hoschka celebrant. Interment will follow in Taber Memorial Gardens. No flowers bv request. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Tcber. in charge of arrangements BY HAIL HONG (Rculcr) A Pan American jumbo jet with 123 passengers aboard Ir.cdort safely Monday night after running inlo hugs hailstones the size ol golf balls which damaged lite cockpit windows on a flight from CROSSING The first crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by sir non-stop was made by Alcock and Brown from Newfoundland in t, tav e.iii by critics and dissidents across the country. One was black militant An- gela Davis. She is on trial ac- cused of plotling aril providing guns in connection with the Aug. 7. 1970, Shootout as the Marin County Civic Centre in which four persons were killed. Pattern COLLEGE MALL PHONE 328-2809 Give yourself a spring lift widi a pretty, new hat. Light on your head, lacy, flat- tering in flower colors. Crochet flower trimmed, sealopcd hat and brimmed style of straw or wool yarn. Pattern 7007: sizes S, M, L incl. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special to: THE LETHBHIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario Pattern PRINTED PATTERN I 4778 MfcDIU PRESSE THIS WEEK AT THE BETTY SHOP HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF LIGHT BRIGHT SPRING DRESSES (SHORT DRESSES, LONG DRESSES, DRESSES OF COTTON AND DRESSES WITH STRIPES) WE'VE BOUGHT VOLUMES OF BARGAINS REAL VALUES SHOP NOW WHILE THE SELECTION IS HUGE YOU'RE BOUND TO FIND A COUPLE OF PLEASANT SPRING SURPRISES! 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