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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Jjirths, aUectthsf DEATHS HANSEN Passed away in Penticton, B.C. on Saturday October 23, 1971, Hanna Han- sen, aged 93 years, of Granum Alberta. Born to Sweden, she came to Ontario to 1904, where she married Lars Hansen. In 1906 they moved to Granum, where they farmed until retir- ing in 1951. They made their homo in Penticton, B.C., until retiring to Granum in 1956 after her husband's death. She is survived by four sons, Henry and Ted, Granura, Bill of Green- wood, B.C. and Ray of Clares- holm; two daughters, Mrs. Bess Pedersen of Penticton, B.C., and Mrs. Sigrid Alexan- der of Vancouver, B.C.; 18 grandchildren and 17 great- grandchildren. The funeral ser- vice will be held to the Gran- um United Church on Tuesday at 3 p.m., Peter Walker offi- ciating minister. Interment Granum cemetery. Funeral ar- "rangemerts by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macloed. C8142 HILL Passed away in the city on Sunday, October 24, 1971, following a lengthy ill- ness, Mrs. Jean Alicia Hill, at the age of 86 years, of 1102 7th Avenue S., beloved wife of the late Air. Edgar Burk Hill. Born in Bellville, Ont. in 1885, the' late Mrs. Hill came to Leth- bridge in 1889 where she was educated and has resdied here until her passing. She was a member of the Peramican Club and the I.O.D.E. (Sir Alexan- der Gait She is sur- vived by one daughter, Mrs. C. (Marguerite) Hedderidc, Pin- cher Creek; one son, Mr. E. Lav.rence Hill, Lethbridge; five grandchildren, 13 great-grand- children; three sisters, Mrs. Florence Armstrong, Leth- bridge, Mrs. A. (Agnes) Stew- art, Taber and Mrs. G. H. (Myrl) Mclyor, Calgary. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, October 26th at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMOR- IAL CHAPSL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. L. D. Hankinson offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the family plot, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C8141 DEATHS I FUNERALS CARD OF THANKS HEAVY SHIELDS Passed away Saturday, October 23, 1971, Gordon Heavy Shields, aged 29 years, beloved husband of Rose Ann Heavy Shields, of the Blood Reserve. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed by EDEN'S FUNERAL H'lME LTD., Fort Macleod. C8143 VERBOVNI Passed away in the city on Sunday, October 24, 1971, following a lengthy ill- ness, Mr. Alex Verbovni, at the age of 71 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Doris Verbovni of 811 5th Street S. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C8140 FUNERALS AITCHISON Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Anne Aitchison, beloved wife of Harry Aitchison of 1122 24th St. S. who died in the city Saturday, Oct. 16, 1971, after a long illness at the age of 56 years, was held at D.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel with Rev. T. TV. Roycroft officiating. were Jim Clark, Ted Morrison, Clayton Bricker, Jack Eccleston, Dave Jones and Larry McLeod. Interment was in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. HOLMES Funeral service for Leslie Holmes, beloved hus- band of the late Mrs. Florence Holmes who died in the city Sunday, Oct. 17, 1971, at the age of 65 years, was held Thurs- day at p.m. in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Interment was in Moun- tain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. MOODIE Funeral service for Mrs. Helen Watson Moodie, beloved wife of the late Robert Taylor Moodie who died sud- denly in the city Sunday, Oct. 17, 1971, at the age of 82 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday in Martin Bros. Memorial Cha- pel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. G. R. Easter officiating. Pall- boarers were Ron Carleton, Bob Neville, Ivor Wester, Mike Bobak, Bill Christie and Enzo Zanoni. Interment was in ArcbmouDt Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. BUNN We wish to exp j our heartfelt thanks to all our relations, neighbors and friends the doctors and all the hospita staff, Rev. Crisfield, the Sal vation Army, the Army, Navj and Airforce and L.A., the Roya' Canadian Legion and L.A. ami all those who visited us, seni gifts, phone calls and cards while we were patients in the Municipal Hospital. and Anus Bunn. 235: BERTRAM Funeral ser- vice for John William Bertram, Canadian Army veteran who served overseas from 1942 to 1945 and who died at Calgary Sunday, Oct. 17, 1971, at the age of 57 years, was held at a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20, 1971, in Eden's Funeral Home with Rev. K. Jordan officiating. Pallbearers were Albert Ames, Richard Carlson, Mike Dase, Richard Graham, Dave Kil- kenny and William Main. In- terment was in me Fairview Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, was in charge of the arrangements. GIVE MORE MILK Studies show that cool cows are more contented and give milk than those housed in stuffy barns. CARDS OF THANKS wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends, neighbors and relatives for calls expressing concern, visits, gifts and flowers to our father dur- ing his recent illness; and to us now in our bereavement. We are also most thankful to those who sent koden, brought food or helped in any way at this time. Special thanks to Rev. Les- lie Kawamura and members of Lethbridge Honpa Buddhist Church and Fujinkai for their kind assistance and to the pall- bearers and those who partici- pated in the funeral service. Fukue Urano, Yutaka and Pat Urano and family. MOODIE Thanks to the nurses of Lethbridge Munici- pal Hospital, the doctor, Rev. Easter, Martin Bros., pall- bearers, for the kindness shown in the loss of my beloved mother; also to the women of the Moose for their service and to the ladies for the lunch and to friends for cards and flowers. I. Shanks and family. 2298 EVERYONE'S INVITED TO ATTEND THE PUBLIC HEARING ON FOSTER CHILD CARE IN MEMORIAMS PARKINSON In loving memory of my dearest sister, Mrs. Vera Parkinson, who pass- ed away November 1st, 1970. A silent thought, a secret tear, Keeps her memory ever dear. Time takes away the edge of grief But the memory lingers on. Gertrude and family. 2355 NAGY In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Agnes, who pass- ed away October 25, 1968. Like falling leaves the years pass by, But love and memories never die. Precious forever are mem- ories of you, Today, tomorrow and all life through. missed and ever re- membered by husband, Alex- ander; son Al; daughters, Elizabeth, Mary, Helen and Julie and families 2354 HOWG In loving memory of my dear wife, Helga Mary, who passed away on October 25, 1969. My heart still aches with sadness And secret tears still flow, For what a loss it was to me No one will ever know. If I could have one lifetime wish One dream that could come true I would pray to God with all my heart For yesterday and you. remembered and sadly missed, Emil. 23 IN MEMORIAM SZAIiO In loving memory of Joe Szabo, who passed away October 25, 1966. The world sees but our smiling faces, Thus maybe think you've been forgot; But you can look deep in our hearts, And see the scars that prove you're not. remembered by his loving wife, daughter, mn in-law and grandchildren. 2353 HOWG In loving memoi of our dear mother, Helga Mar Howg, who passed away Oct ber 25, 1969. Two lonely years have passe away, Since our great sorrow fell The shock which we receive that day, We still remember well. She was so brave and dele mined But we saw her fade away: Our hearts were almo: broken, She fought so hard to stay remembered an sadly missed by Caroline Norman and Arlene, Lero and Beatrice, Milton an Marlene and grandchildren 235 IN ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE Provincial Administration Building PLACE: 3rt) Ave. and Stafford Drive, North DATE: OCTOBER 27th TIME: 11 TO 3 P.M. All persons who have presented briefs lo the Department of Health and Social Development, Provincial Committee on Foster Child Care are urged to attend and speak in support of their submis- sions. Hearings will be kept as informal as possible. Chairman HIS HONOUR JUDGE A. P. CATONIO Committee Member Mts. Eileen O'Byrna Ccmmillee Member Frodcnck Winieis REPOSZKT In loving mem- ory of a dear husband arc father, Andrew Reposzki, who passed away October 25, 1970. One lonely year has passed away since I sat at your bedside. My heart was crushed and sore, I saw you slowly sinking But knew I could do no more. The shock that we received that day we still remem- ber well. My heart still aches with scdness, Our 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 I seem to hear you whisper, "Cheer up nnd carry remembered and sadly missed loving >vifu, Julia and daughter Lily Julia. 2358 Worker rights lo be stressed EDMONTON (CP) Em- ployees must be given the right j to negotiate changes to prac-1 tice which will affect their jobs, says Gene Mitchell, executive secretary of the Alberta Fed- eration of Labor, to the federa- tion's annual brief to be pre- sented to the provincial cabi- net Nov. 10. Technological change, educa- tion, housing and nursing homes are other matters con- tained to the submission. Mr. Mitchell also said the federation is willing to do what it can to help natives on re- serves in northwestern Alber- ta. He said a workshop for 30 to 40 members of the Indian As- sociation of Alberta has been scheduled tor next week. GIFT FOR KOSYGIN'S DAUGHTER ludmilla Gvish- iani, daughter of Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin, receives hand-made salad bowl from student Gordon Venner in Edmonton. The bowl was made by students at an Edmon- ton school. Sarcee band garnishee Fourth session of parliament in January OTTAWA (CP) The fourth session of Canada's current 28th 'arliament will not open until January, government officials said today. It had been scheduled to open next month. The third session now is ex- Band invited COLLINGWOOD, Ont. (CP) The Collingwood collegiate i institute marching band has j been invited to participate in the 1972 Calgary Stampede. In the last four years the Colling- CALGARY (CP) A gar-1 wood band has performed at mshee on the bank account of r, the Sarcee Indian Tribe was set j TJ57 m the Hem- aside in Alberta Supreme Court I mls Faff at S311 Antonio, Tex., following a written judgment at Osaka, Japan, and j S6t from an appeal court. The appeal court said the garnishee, arising from arbitra- tion between Alberta Pane] Buildings Ltd. and the Sarese tribe, was invalid because ar- bitration had been made be- tween the firm and the band council not with the band it- self. It is not possible to garnishee Monday, 25, 1971 _ THt UTHIRIDO! HIRAID 21 Lab workers reject wage proposal CALGARY (CP) About 100 laboratory technologists have rejected a proposal aimed at reopening wage negotiations with the Alberta Hospitals' As- sociation on an agreement sign- ed last June. At their annual meeting, the Alberta branch of the Cana- dian Society of Laboratory Technologists approved mo- tions which could give them bargaining strength. The group, which says It has 700 members in hospitals and labs throughout Alberta, oper- ates under a national charter and has no status or bargain- ing certification in the prov- ince. K. C. Ban-as, a Calgary member, criticized members for complaining about the set- tlement. Until the group decides to seek certification, he said, it can only participate in "dial- ogue" at the bargaining table. The agreement with the hospi- tals' association contains a clause which allows the tech- nologists to reopen negotia- tions. At their three-day meeting, members agreed to pursue in- corporation as a provincial so- ciety in Alberta which would give them legal status. two Grey Cup parades. perfect to run until the Christ- tte of'he mas recess to deal with the huge bill to alter the income tax system and assorted odds and ends of legislation. Informants said the govern- ment has offered the opposition a week or two extra Christmas lolidays if there is a fast eom- iletion of the tax legislation, kit an early windup is not ex- lected in view of the length and complexity of the legislation. on a judgment made only against the council, said the court, adding provisions of the Federal Indian Act may have made void the original agree- ment between the parties. Alberta Panel, which oper- ated a plant on the reserve southwest of the city, filed the garnishee to collect a arbitration board award against the tribe. 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