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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATHS ACROSS TOE Cecite, passed away in Calgary on Friday, November 17th, 1972 at the age of 37 years, beloved wife of Roger Across the Moun- tain. Eequiem Mass will be said in the Lavern Catholic Church on Friday, November 24th at 10 a.m., with Father J. Regnier as Celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in the Glen- wood Cemetery. Prayers will be said at the home of Sam Hairy Bull on Thursday, No- vember 23rd (Tonight) at 6 p.m. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C5651 SUGIMOTO-Kisabura, pass- ed away in the city on Wednes- day, November 22nd, 1972 at the age of 91 years, belove husband of Mrs. Moto Sugi mcto of Raymond. Funeral ser vices will be held in the Ray mond Buddhist Church on Sat urday, November 25fh at p.m. Cremation to follow. N flowers by request of the fam ily. CHHISTENSEN SALM01S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Di rectors of Funeral Service. C565 GRISACK Passed away in (he city on Tuesday, Novembe 21, 1972, following a brief ill ness, Mrs. Mary Grisack at the age of 85 years, of the Wes Lethbridge District, beloved wife of the late Mr. Nicholas Grisack. Born in Ohio in Feb- ruary 1887, the late Mrs. Gri sack came- to Lethbridge witl her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A Stetz (one of the pioneer fam iliGS of this district) at a ven early age. She attended the firs separate school at St. Aloysius Convent and was married in St. Patrick's, the first Catholic Church in Lelhbridge by Rev Father L. Van Tighem O.M.I They moved to a farm in the west Lelhbridge area, where rhe continued to reside until her passing. She was predeceased by her loving husband in March 1964 and by one son, Thomas of Ajax, Ontario in 1968. Sur- vivors include, three sons, Nich- olas, Alexander and John and three daughters, Mis. Anne Hales, Mrs. P. (Mary) Zubach and Miss Helen Grisack, all of Lethbridge; 15 grandchildren and 25 great grandchildlen. Prayers will be said on Friday at p m. in M a r t i n Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father F. Laverly celebrant. Mermen! will follow in the family plot, Mt. Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., phone 320-2361. C5C53 FUNERALS GODREAU Requiem mass for Lena Marie Godreau, who died November 15, 1972, was celebrated in St. M i c h a e I1 s Roman Catholic Church, Pinch- er Creek, Saturday, November 18, 1972, at a.m. with Rev. Father M. Hagel the celebrant. Interment in Fairvicw Cem- etery. Pallbearers: Walter Bur- gess, Eugene Cyr, Wilbur Lang, Donat Pelleticr, Gerald Rob- bins and Francis Sorge. Funer- al arrangements by Eden's Fu- neral Home Ltd., Pine her Creek. FLETT Funeral service for Sara Plett, beloved wife ol the late Peter PIctt of Coaldale who died there Saturday, Nov. 1C, 1972, at the age of 70 years was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1972, in the Coaldale Mennonite Brethren Church with Rev. D. J. Pankratz offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Peto, Jack, Henry, Corne. George and Henry Plctt. Interment was in the Coaldale Mcnnonilc Cemetery. Chrislcnscn Salmon Funeral Homo Llri., Directors of Funeral Service, was i charge of the arrangements. PARRY service for Charles Edward Parry, be- loved Imshnnd of Mrs. Laufcy Parry nnd a member of Ihe Lethbridge Exhibition Hall of Fame who died in the city Fri- day, Nov. 10, 1972, after a brief illness at the age ot n years, was held nt 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1972. in Southminster United Church willi Rev. Dr. n. W. K. Kllfoll officiating. Ac- tive pallbearers were Er- nie Snowdcn, Lcs Sarstield, John Coutls, Clcvc Hill, Doug Shacklcford, and John Morc- 1 a n (I. Honorary pallbearers were Andy Russell, Lance Snowdcn, A. W. Sbacklelord, Bill Park, Percy Murdoch, Dr. Frank Christie, Mnx Brndshaw, Bill Robinson, John Mngnusson, nsrncy Gwntkin, Bill Clnrkc, I.eiRhlon Moore nml Harold Hudson. Interment was in Mountain Viow Cemetery. Mar- tin Hros. I.ld., Directors' of ncrnl Service, in charge of the arrangements. FUNERALS GRISAK Requiem mass for Mrs. Julia Grisak, beloved wife of the late Mike Grisak who died in the city Saturday, Nov. 18, 1672, at the age ol 83 years, was said at 10 a.m. Tues- day, Nov. 21, 1972, in St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church with Father R. Zubach the celebrant. Pallbearers were Tim, Garry and Kenny Grisak, Allan Harrald, David Barton and Donald Hunt. Interment was in the Mount Calvary sec- tion of Mountain View Ceme- tery. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. HURST Funeral service for Mrs. Winnifred Florence Hurst, beloved wife of the late Montague H. C. (Shorty) Hurst who died in the city Monday, Nov. 13, 1972, after a brief Ill- ness at Ihe age ot 62 years, was held at 3 p.m. Thursday in St. Augustine's Anglican Church with Rev. R. L. Crisfield offi- ciating. Active pallbearers were Charles Cockbum, Jack Dun- ccn, Johnny Guzowski, Joe Kowalski, George Hodges and Bob Allison. Honorary nallbear- ers were Edna Hegan, Vi Cock burn, May McCormack, Velm Odney, Belle Haworth and Mai garet Skelton. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu eral Service, was in charge o the arrangements. IN MEMORIAM TAYLOR In loving mem- ory of my husband, Jonn Wesley Taylor, who passed away No- vember 23, 1970. There is always a face be- fore me And a voice would love to hear, A smile I will always re- member Of one I loved so dear. To some you may be for- gotten To others part of the past. But within my heart dear I will cherish your memories lo the lait. loved and remembered by his wife. BROWN Rev. Ellis Kin conducted the funeral Thursda afternoon at McPherson Funer al Chapel for Catherine Elle Brown, 10, who died Sunda evening after an early momin pedestrian collision with ar automobile on Cranbrook St. I] quest has been set for early De- cember. Cathie was a student a Mount Baker School and a bane member. She was born at Kim berley, only daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bert Brown, but ha lived most of her Me in Cran brook. Besides her parents, Mi- end Mrs. Bert Brown, 14 Vic toria Ave., two brothers survive her, Neil, Kamloops, and Jim mie at home, and her grand mother, Mrs. Sade O'Dell, Cal gary. CARDS OF THANKS PURKIS We wish lo ex >ress our sincere thanks lo our many friends for Iheir sym patliy and assistance at the imc cf our recent loss. Your lindness is much appreciated Purlds, Lloyd an< BcCry. 2230 METHERAL I would like o thank the doclors and nurses at St. Michael's Hospital for he good care I received while here. Also thank you to rela- ivcs and friends that came to risit me, sent cards, flowers and gifts. -Jack Melheral. 2246 WESLEY The family of he late George H. Wesley wish a express their sincere thanks o friends and relatives for the Hpressions of sympathy and T.any kindnesses shown 'in oss of their beloved husband ather and grandfather. Anna Wesley and family. 2229 SPOULOS Sincere thanks o my doctors, nurses and staff i' St. Michael's Hospital (First Main) for Ihe care given me while a patient there. Thanks also lo my family, neighbors and friends for flowers gifts cards and visits. It was all greatly appreciated. Spoulos. 2214 IN MEMORIAMS STRUGER Ij] loving mem- ory of Mrs. Nancy Stniger, who passed away November remembered by the family. 2186 8PRLAK In loving mem- ory of our dear mother and grandmother, J o s s i c Sprlak, who passed nway November 23, IMS. Our hoarb still nobc with sadness And secret tears still How For what it meant lo lose you No one will ever know Wlion we are sad and lonely And everything goes wrong We seem to hear you whisper "Cheer up, and carry on" Each lime we see your picture You seem lo smile and say Don't cry I'm only sleeping We'll meet again some day. remembered nnd sadly missed by daughters, .Sophie nnd Helen, son In- tow Mike nnd grnndcMMrcn Helen and Michael. 22M 'Underage drinking problem' An official at the Department of Indian Affairs in Lethbridge thinks there is an underage drinking problem in the city. Paul Van Cleve complained to City Police Wednesday that there were several underage native persons frequenting local beer parlors. To help reduce the problem, as he sees it, Mr. Van Cleve told the police he will visit the pubs in the city, talk to the managers and provide them with a list of native students known to frequent beer parlors. Four injured Four persons were injured and at least damage was done in four accidents in tl city Thursday. Police report that John Wolsey, 61, of Welling, and Zin Fomradus, 24, of 522 2Ist S S., both received minor Injur ies when the cars they wer driving collided at the intersec lion of Mayor Magrath Drlv and 4th Ave. S. shortly afte 4 p.m. No Injuries resulted whe cars driven by Jean M. Passey 31, cr 2137 9th B Ave. S an Fredrick M. J. Johnson 20 210 N. Mayor Magrath Driv collided shortly after 10 a.m. a the intersection of Mayor Ma grath Drive and 20th Ave. S. Nanette Bruneau, 31, of 52 llth St. N. suffered neck injur ies when the car she was driv ng was in collision with a cor driven by Janet Carol Pengilly ID, of 2705 22nd Ave. S. short! before noon at the intersectlo of 13th St. and 5th Ave. N. The collision of two motor cycles shortly before 8 p.m. re- sulted in undetermined Injurie o Bryon Lome Borisow, 14, o 3508 S. Parkside Drive, afte he cycle he was riding was in collision with another cyclt driven by Daryl B. Herbes, 16 if 1808 Clh Ave. N. The collision occurred In the 600 block of 21st. St. S., police aid. Shoplifter fined Lethbridge Provincial Courl udge L. W. Hudson Wednes- ay showed his displeasure with ic amount of shoplifting in ocal stores. Provincial Judge Hudson M- ressed his feelings when he cvied a fine of against a oung woman who pleaded iiilty to a charge of stealing othing from the Woolco De- artment Store at College Mall. The increase in the usual fine ir conviction on a charge of loplifting to from illows a rash of shoplifting cases in the past two weeks which saw about 30 reported cases Involving both juveniles and adulls. Provincial Judge Hudson last week fined anoUier young Leth- bridge woman JSOO after she pleaded guilty lo a charge of shoplifling for a second time. He warned her that another conviction on a similar charge would end in a jail term. Bounty on pilots SAIGON (AP) Premier Pliam Van Dong of North Viet- nam announced Tuesday that people who help capture downed United States pilots will be given meritorious achieve- ment awards. 21-11-72 09.46pcs Penitentiary Service, said Tues- day that while some prisoners In the minimum security unit work In the kitchen of the main AlilUiavenccomplex, a max- imum security Institution, doubted that Billiard would there. "I don't know his particular said Mr. Moloncy. Radio station foils hijacker SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Sacramento radio stalion switched off its transmitter yes- terday to prevent a would-be airwave hijacker from making a speech while holding the disc jockey at gunpoint. Stalion sources said Ihe man succeeded in getting a few words out on the air before the engineer at the transmitter switched off the signal. ISLAND CLIMATE Vancouver Island experiences a maritime climate with heavy precipitation, prolonged cloudi- ness and little variation in tem- perature. Novtmbtr THI LTHMIDCE HCTAtO 23 Northern TV programs coming OTTAWA (CP) Television programming by and for north- ern residents may come next summer, an official of the CBC said Wednesday. But the nature of that pro- gramming is still uncertain since the amount of money to be devoted lo northern pro- gramming has not yet been de- cided. Andrew Cowan, director of the CBC's northern services, said in an interview that for several months after the Anifc-I satellite begins operations early next year, the television pro- grams received in the North will come from southern sta- tions. "There won't be anything that you could call northern pro- gramming until late next sum- mar The northern services depart- ment knows what It would like to do in northern programming, he said, but no firm plans can be made until the money avail- able is determined. OTTAWA HAS MONEY "Obviously the money has to come from the he noied. The CBC, a Crown corpo- ration, depends upon federal subsidies for much of its reve- nues, particularly lo cover un- profitable services. Mr. Cowan emphasized that northern programming, when it comes, will he "programs by and for the native people." "They're over half the popu- lation of the North and they're the people for whom nothing has been done." He rejected recent criticisms of the CBC for Dot rapidly es- tablishing a television produc- tion studio In Yellowknife, N.W.T. "I think we should forget this business of a program centre in the North, because It's not a simple matter. MIGHT BE BETTER He said s mobile television team might provide far better coverage than a studio. One studio could not ade- quately serve all the diverse and far-flunK northern peoples. "Yellowknife is not the North. It's only part of it." The CBC had five radio pro- gramming centres in the North-Whitehorse, Inuvik, Yel- lowknife, Churchill and Frobi- sher Bay. He said It would be desirable to have five similar centres where television programs could be transmitted lo the Anik-1 satellite for relay across the North. But facilities in -To ronto could also perform that task. In southern Canada, pro- gramming from studios might be possible, but the North com- prises 70 per cent of Canada's land and mobility is important, he said. "When you're dealing with the North, you've got to change your style. We keep thinking in southern terms." WIND HILL A dune is any hill or accunv mulalion of sand shaped by the rand. FROSm Select your FREE gift from Frosty Enter your name for a Philco 25" Color TV to be given away December 22, 1972 STOCK NO. 3015 1973 METEOR RIDEAU 500 2 DOOR HARDTOP. 400 2V, aulomatic trans., elec- tric rear window defroster, H.D. battery, block hear- fender slcfrfs, remote control mirror, tfnred wind- shield, power brakes, power steering, radio, rear teat ipeoker, tilt steering wheel, deluxe seat belti, decor group, vinyl body side moulding, bumper pro- tection group, W-S.W. Pointed beautiful blue alomor wilh blue vinyl rocf. WRAP UP AT STOCK NO. 3064 1973 CORTINA G.T 2000cc engine. 4 speed manual transmission, centra console and clock, sport leather steering wheel, rally jeatJ, 55 amp. ballery, electric rear defroster, day nighr mirror, G.T. insfrumenlj and mony more extras. Red In color wilh block interior. CO1 1 7 WRAP UP AT.................... I I I STOCK NO. 3073 1973 COUGAR XR-7 2-door H.T. 351 2V, automatic transmission, appear- ance protection group, H.D. balKry, block heater, elec- tric rear window defroiter, power brakes, power iteering, hi-back bucket seali, radio and stereo tape, tilt iteering wheel, dual racing mirrors and sports con- iale with clock. Pointed dark green metallic avocado vinyl roof. WRAP UP AT................ 2X808 1968 BUICK SKYLARK White exterior with blue interior. 350 molor, automatic trans., power steering and brakei. Radio. 9 1 22708 1967 CHRYSLER 4 DOOR SEDAN. .Wi.-nbleton while wilh maroon interior, V-B motor, auto. Irons, power steering and brakes. Cfil 1970 CORTINA 4 door ledan, 4 cylinder auto-malic, onyx green C4GC7 metallic, 1 DO 2092B 1971 PINTO RUNABOUT Bright blue melolic paint, 2000 cc engine, 4 speed CHI QCQ trans., radio. 9 1 9D3 3006A 1971 MERCURY MARQUIS BROUGHAM 1 DOOR HARDTOP. Tan exrer-ior with brown vinyl roof, 429 motor, automatic trans., power steering and brakes, radio and stereo tape player. Air conditioning 9fQW 1 2519A 1967 METEOR MONTCALM 4 door hardtop, aqua paint, V-8 automatic, power itecrinn ond brakes, radio. 4M 17O 21S3A 1970 PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE ?oyal maroon paint, black lop, beioe vinyl inlerior. 350 1969 FORD GALAXIE 500 Baja beige painl with beige interior, 390 molor, auto. Irons., power steering ond C9A9G brakes. Radio. 2046A 1965 DODGE 4 DOOR SEDAN. While exterior, blue interior, V-8 molor. aulo. trans., radio. 247M 1965 PLYMOUTH 4 DOOR SEDAN. Red exIerioX wilh moroon interior, V-8 aulo. transmission, A radio 90 I 4 25008 1967 BEAUMONT 4 DOOR SEDAN. Light medium green with while top. Black interior. 283 motor. 3 speed standard transmission. CQQ1 2J72A 1967 MERCURY PARKLANE A DOOD SEDAN. Medium aqua with while roof. 390 motor, aulo. Irons., power steering ond jrakes. radio. Faclory air cond. O GP186A 1966 FORD GALAXIE 500 4 DOOR SEDAN. Beige painf, lan Interior. 390 motor, power steering ond