Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thunihy, Novtmbtr 29, THI UTHMIDGE HWAID 23 Of JhanM, DEATHS ACROSS THE Cecile, passed away in Calgary on Friday, November 17th, 1972 at the age ot 37 years, beloved wife of Roger Across the Moun- tain. Requiem Mass will be said in the Lavern Catholic Church on Friday, November 24th at 10 a.m., with Father J. Eegnier 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 pass- ed away in the city on Wednes- day, November 22nd, 1972 at the age of 91 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Moto Sugi- moto of Raymond. Funeral ser- vices will be held in the Ray- mond Buddhist Church on Sat- urday, November 25th at 2 p.m. Cremation to follow. No flowers by request of the fam- ily. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C5652 GRISACK Passed away in the city on Tuesday, November 21, 1972, following a brief ill- ness, Mrs. Mary Grisack at the age of 85 years, of the West 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 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Stetz (one of the pioneer fam- ilies of this district) at a very early age. She attended the first separate school at St. Aloysius Convent and was married in St. Patrick's, the first Catholic Church in Lethbridge by Rev. Father L. Van Tighem O.M.I. They moved to a farm in the west Lethbridge area, where die 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, Mrs. 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 Mill be celebrated on Saturday at a.m. in St. Basil's Catholic Church, with Rev. Father F. Laverty celebrant. Interment 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 328-2361. C5653 FUNERALS GRISAK Requiem mass for Mrs. Julia Grisak, beloved wife of the late Mike Grisak who died in the city Saturday, Nov. 18, 1972, at the age of 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. IIURST 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 the age of 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- czn, Johnny Guzcwski, Joe Kowalski, George Hodges and Bob Allison. Honorary pallbear- ers were Edna Hegan, Vi Cock- burn, May McCormack, Velma Odney, Belle Haworth and Mar- garet Skelton. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- eral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAM TAYLOR In loving mem- ory of my husband, John 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 to the lait. loved aod remembered by his wife. DM BROWN Rev. Ellis King conducted the funeral Thursday afternoon at McPherson Funer- al Chapel for Catherine Ellen Brown, 10, who died Sunday evening after an early morning pedestrian collision wiUi an automobile on Cranbrook St. In- quest has been set for early De- cember. Cathie was a student at Mount Baker School and a band member. She was born at Kim- berley, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown, but had lived most of her life in Cran- brook. Besides her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown, 14 Vic- toria Aye., two brothers survive her, Neil, Kamloops, and Jim1 mie at home, and her grand- mother, Mrs. Sade O'Dell, Cal- gary. FUNERALS GODREAU Requiem mass for Lena Marie Godreau, who died November 15, 1972, was celebrated in St. M i c h a e 1' s Roman Catholic Church, Pinch- er Creek, Saturday, November at a.m. with Rev. Father M. Hagel the celebrant. Interment in Fairview Cem- etery. Pallbearers: Walter Bur- gess, Eugene Cyr, Wilbur Lang, Donat Pelletier, Gerald Rob- bins and Francis Sorge. Funer- al arrangements by Eden's Fu- neral Home Ltd., Pine her Creek. PLETT Funeral service for Sara Plett, beloved wife of the late Peter Plett of Coaldale who died there Saturday, Nov. 18, 1972, at the age of 70 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1972, in the Coaldale Mcnnonite Brethren Church with Rev. D. J. Pankralz offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Peto, Jack, Henry, Corne, George and Henry Plett. Interment was in the Coaldale Memionite Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARRY service for Charles Edward Parry, be- loved husband of Mrs. Laufey Parry and a member of (be Lethbridge Exhibition Hall of Fame who died in the city Fri- day, Nov. 10, 1972, after a brief illness at the age of 74 years, was held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1972, in Southminster United Church with licv. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Ac- tive pallbearers were Er- nie Snowden, Les Sarsficld, John Coutls, Clcvc Hill, Doug Shaclclcford, and John More- I a n d. Honorary pallbearers were Andy Russell, Lance Snowden, A. W. Shackleford, Bill Park, Percy Murdoch, Dr. Frank Christie, Mnx Bradshaw, Bill Robinson, John Magmisson, Gwnlkin, Bill Clarke, I.eighton Mooro and Harold H u d s o n. Interment was in Mountain View Ccmclery. Mar- tin Bros. Lid., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS PURKIS We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to our mar.y Menus for their sym- pathy and assistance at the time of our recent loss. Your kindness is much appreciated, PurHs, Lloyd and Betty. 2230 METHERAL I would like to thank the doctors and nurses at St. Michael's Hospital for the good care I received while there. Also thank you to rela- tives and friends that came to visit me, sent cards, flowers and gifts. -Jack Metheral. 2246 WESLEY The family of the late George H. Wesley wish to express their sincere thanks to friends and relatives for the expressions of sympathy and many kindnesses shown in the loss of their beloved husband, father and grandfather. Anna Wesley and family. 2229 SPOULOS Sincere thanks to my doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital (First Main) for the care given me while a patient there. Thanks also to my family, neighbors and friends for flowers, gifts, cards and visits. It was all greatly appreciated. Spoulos. 2214 IN MEMORIAMS STUUGER In loving mem- ory of Mrs. Nancy Struger, who passed away November remembered by the family. 2186 SPRLAK In loving menv ory of our dear mother and grandmother, Jossic Sprlak, who passed away November 23, 1968. Our hearts still ache with sadness And secret tears still flow For what it meant to lose you No one will ever know When we are sad and lonely And everything goes wrong We seem to hear you whisper "Cheer up, and carry on" Each time we sec your picture You seem to smile and say Don't cry I'm only sleeping We'll meet again some day. remembered and sadly missed by daughters, Sophie and Helen, son In- law Mike and grandchildren Helen and Michael. 225-1 'Underage drinking problem9 An official at the Departmenl of Indian Affairs in Lethbridge thinks there is an underage drinking problem in the city. Paul Van Cleve complainet to City Police Wednesday tha there were several underage native persons frequenting loca" 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. Eladio station 'oils hijacker SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Sacramento radio station switched off its transmitter yes- terday to prevent a would-be airwave hijacker from making a speech while holding the disc jockey at gunpoint. Station sources said the 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, Northern TV programs coming OTTAWA (CP) Television programming by and for north- ern residents may come next summer, an official of the CEC said Wednesday. But the nature of that pro- gramming is still uncertain since the amount of money to be devoted to 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 Anik-1 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- 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 noted. The CBC, a Crown corpo- ration, depends upon federal subsidies for much of its reve- nues, particularly to cover un- profitable services. Mr. Cowan emphasized that northern programming, when it comes, will be "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 not 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 a mobile television team might provide far better coverage than a studio. One studio could not ade- quately serve all the diverse and far-flunt; northern peoples. "Yellowknife is not the North. It's only part of it." The CBC had five radio pro- gramming centres in the 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 to 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 ia southern terms." WIND HILL A dune is any hill or accum- mulation of sand shaped by tht wind. Four injured Four persons were injured and at least damage was done in four accidents in the city Thursday. Police report that John R. Wolsey, 61, of Welling, and Zina Fomradus, 24, of 522 21st St. S., both received minor injur- ies when the cars they were driving collided at the intersec- tion of Mayor Magrath Drive and 4th Ave. S. shortly after 4 p.m. No injuries resulted when cars driven by Jean M. Passey, 31, cr 2137 9th B Ave. S. and Fredrick M. J. Johnson, 20, of 210 N. Mayor Magrath Drive collided shortly after 10 a.m. at the intersection of Mayor Ma- grath Drive and 20th Ave. S. Nanette Bruneau, 31, of 526 llth St. N. suffered neck injur- ies when the car she was driv- ing was in collision with a car driven by Janet Carol Pengilly, 19, of 2705 22nd Ave. S. shortly before noon at the intersection of 13th St. and 5th Ave. N. The collision of two motor- cycles shortly before 8 p.m. re- sulted in undetermined injuries to Bryon Lome Borisow, 14, of 3508 S. Parkside Drive, after the cycle he was riding was in collision with another cycle driven by Daryl B. Herbes, 16, of 1808 Gth Ave. N. The collision occurred in the 600 block of 2lst. St. S., police said. Shoplifter fined Lethbridge Provincial Court Judge L. W. Hudson Wednes- day showed his displeasure with the amount of shoplifting in local stores. Provincial Judge Hudson ex- pressed his feelings when he levied a fine of against a young woman who pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing clothing from the Woolco De- partment Store at College Mall. The increase in the usual fine for conviction on a charge of shoplifting to from follows a rash of shoplifting cases in the past two weeks which saw about 30 reported cases involving both juveniles and adults. Provincial Judge Hudson last week fined anoUwr young Leth- bridge woman after she pleaded guilty to a charge of shoplifting 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 Pham 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 09.46pc> Penitentiary Service, said Tues- day that while some prisoners In the minimum security unit work in the kitchen of the main MilUmvenecomplejt, a max- imum security Institution, doubted that Baltard would working there. "I don't know his particular said Mr. Moloncy. 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