Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday. Nov.mb.r 4, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HEKAID 31 r i ni HI ft Lards Jkanlts, n leinoi'nims 5'Newsprint il; prices r. aised DEATHS FUNERAL Funeral e Mary Crnmiclu, bc- for Mrs. Mary Clrnniclii, be- loved wile of Mr. Sieve Cho- niicki of IDIh SI. X. who died in the cily Oel. 28, 11171, at the age of fili years, liflrl :tt n m MnnHfiv WOLFE Passed away in the city on Wednesday, No- vember Li, 1971, Mr. Casper George Wolfe at the age ot US) years beloved husband of Mrs. Amanda Wolte, of 211110 Cth Ave. nue S. Funeral arrangements will be announced whan com- pleted. MAHTLM BROS. LTD. of Funeral Service. Giji7 OS1XG Passed away in the city on Tuesday, November 2, 1971, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Ida Osing, at til-' age ol 77 years, beloved wife of Mr. Oscar Magnus Osing, of 13 Avenue S. The Funeral service will be held on Friday ot pm. in Martin Bros. Memor- ial Chapel, 703 13 Street A., _ raemory with Rev. J. R- Chapman of ,y d Marian, dating. followm Parks, passed away November 4, 1952. My little" son. Billie Mammon, who passed away November 13, 1928. A silent star shines o'er the grave very far from here, Where lies the one's we can't forget As it dawns another year. They are safe in God's keep- ing. Lovingly remembered by their mother, Mrs. Marian Hammon 2793 MONTREAL (CP) A num- ber of Canadian newsprint com- panies will increase Ihc price of newsprint by a ton Nov. 15 in Canada. The latest announcement that i the increase will be imple- mentod Nov. 15 came from In- j ternational Paper Sales Inc. The increases initially were j to go into effect Nov. 1 both in j Canada and in the United j States. However. President Nix- on's Aug. 15 freeze on Price in- creases forced the companies I to defer indefinitely the imple-. mentation of Hie new price in I the U.S. I MFMORIAMS >N MtMUKIAMb the Arrbmount Memorial Gar- dens. Friends may pay their re- spects at Martin Bros. Memor- ial Chapel, phone 323-2361. 7i r i TITITXT ii D n C T TFl nirpr- MARTIN' BROS. LTD, tcrs ot Funeral Service. C8346 LITTLE PIA-'.HE Tom, passed away in Pinchcr Creek, Tuesday. November 2. 1971, a! the age of 82 years. Born in Brocket where he has lived un- til his passing, except for serv- ing overseas in the First World War with the 192nd Battalion of Pinchcr Creek. Survived by his WEIILAGE In loving mem- itjiii__ _________ e Pinchcr Creek. Survived by his ofv of son and Mark, wife Pauline; one son Thomas ed away November 4 of Washington, U.S.A.: seven daughters, Molley, Lucy. Rita. Dolphins, Philomene, Lena. Is- abel all of Brocket. Alberta. Funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church. Brocket, Saturday, November 6 at 2 p.m., Rev. Father .1. Poulin officiating. In- terment in Brocket Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Pinchcr Creek. C8344 IJABULSKIS Passed away in the city on Wednesday. No- vember 3, 1971 following a lengthy illness, Mr. Alexander Dabulskis. at the age of 70 years, of 131 19th Street N. Bom in Skaudvile, Lithuania, the late Mr. Dabulskis came to Lelhbridge in where he worked as a carpenter for many years before retiring in 1905" lie is survived by three sisters. Mrs. Josephine Zcbraw- skas, Lethbridge. Or.a and Ta- kala. Lithuania and one broth- er, Mr. Stascs Dabulskis, Li- thuania. Prayers will be said en Fridav at p.m. in Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP EL. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13 Street N., with Rev. Father E. B. Field offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin 'Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. pK.mc 328-2381. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD. Directors of 13S7. There is always a face before us And a voice we would love to hear. A smile we will always re- member Of a son and brother we loved so dear. To some you may be for- gotten To others part of the past, But within our hearts dear Mark, We will cherish your mem- ories to the last. remembered and sad- ly missed by mom and dad, a'nd sister, Cecile. 2777 Funeral Service. C834S McKAY Meralda Allen, passed away in Raymond after a lengthy illness on Tuesday, November 2nd. 1071, at the age of 81 years. Mrs. McKay was bora in Carclston on May 20, 1890. She was the daughter of Heber S. Allen and Amy Louise Leonard Allen. She moved to Raymond in June of 1904. She married William M. McKay who predeceased her in 1947. She lived in the Slates for a time then moved back to Ray- mond in ISM. She has been in the hospitals for years. Mrs. McKay lind a brilliant mind and many talents. She leaves to mourn her passing five daughters and one son, all o( the'states: three sisters. Hazel and Louise of the U.S.A. anil Mrs. Viola Wing of Raymond; one brother. John Allen of Ray- mond and many relatives and friends. She was predeceased by one daughter. The remains j are bring laken lo Ogdcn. L'tah where a graveside service will be held in the Family riot of the Ogden Cemetery on Friday, November 5th al noon. CHRIS- T'V.NSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fun- eral Ben-ice. CSM5 I Strike cracks I at London airport LONDON (CP) Grorad workers whose strike virtualy paralysed airline activity at the giant 'Heathrow airport for three days voted overwhelmingly today to return to work. The strike followed a violent protest by the workers against the operations of a Canadian- owned company, General Avia- tion Services at Heath- row, which is Lcndon's main airport. T h e back-to-work decision, which takes effect immediately, clears the way for efforts to end the vast congestion of grounded aircraft and frustrated pasen- gcrs caused by the stoppage. Authorities hoped Uiat airlines would begin to restore their schedules of flights from Heath- row later today, with a com- plete return to normal by possi- bly Friday. At tile workers meeting, union leaders promised to press for a swift settlement of the dis- pute over General Aviation, which had obtained a contract to handle baggage and other ground services for the Spanish Iberia au-line. The unions have opposed the firm since it first became estab- lished at Heathrow about two years ago. Crab meat FUNERAL WASH INC TON (APi United Stales Food and Uru- Adminislralion announced llu recall Wednesday of tin: of crab meal il says were adul tcratcd by larJIy interior coat- ing of cans. About cans of the adul- terated product were manufac- tured by Point chehalis Packers of Wostport, Wash., ami distrib- uted between March 8 and Aug 4 lo six Western slates, Vein1- KOVACS Requiem mass x.uela and Tripoli. Hie FDA said, for Mrs. Mary Kovacs. beloved Consumption was esfimater: wife of Galinr Kovacs of 112 [at about lUKio cans a montt 2nd Ave. S. who died suddenly leaving about L'il.DIKi still on the home Sunday, Oct. 1971, at the age of years, uas said at a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, 11171, in SI. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church wilh Rev. M. II. C.illis, OSII, the cel- ebrant. Pallbearers were Jozsof Kovacs, Pal Xcmet, Cyorgy Varga. Jams Mains, Fercnc Kits and Jczsof Mikulas. In- terment was in Mount Cal- vary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Marlin Bros. Ltd., Diieclors ot Fiiner.il Service, The FDA announcement did not indicate Hint any sickne.v- hiid been caused. The crab moat was packed ir fi'.-t-ounce cans coded DCW-1 and included one Canadiai label. Silver Crown Brand ol Vancouver. Olhcr labels were Gorton's o: Gloucester Brand, Gloucesler Mass.; Oiler Brand, Portland Ore.; Sea Trader Brand, Oak Calif.; Monarch Brawl was in charge of the arrange- I Chicago; and Gold Mist Brand Seattle, Wash. A TRAFFIC STOPPER Sleepy northbound motor- ists travelling along Mayor Magrath Drive faced with a new traffic barrier early this morning. A traf- fic light standard at the lOlh Ave. intersection had broken its base weld and toppled over across the driving lanes. Cily crews plan to have the lights op- erating again in time to have already blizzard-con- cious motorists again their brakes. BATONS Big November Sale Get savings, quality, top colours in carpeting by Canadian Celanese 'Pacemaker' Propylon Twist Rates High for Beauty and Practicality 'Pacemaker' tufted propylon twist broadloom that sets high standards for ap- pearance and hard wear. It's exceptionally soil and abrasion-resistant. Easy-to- clean, moth and mildew-proof. Non-static. 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