Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
-Timdoy, 5, 1972 _ THE LETHMIDGE HERAID 23 Wanted to'go home to die' rCCOgnize Bangladesh 1 _ p DEATHS LYONS Passed away in the city on Monday, September 4, 1972, following a lengthy ill- ness, Mr..George Andrew Lyons DEATHS MUUIALL Passed away in the city on Tuesday, Septem- ber 5, 1972, Mr. Michael T. at the age of 66 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Doris Lyons oi Picture Bulte. Born, raised and educated in Toronto, the Iat6 Mr. Lyons came west to Shaughnessy where he worked in the mines for 18 years. He later worked for the County ol Lethbridge No. 26 until his re- tirement in 1970. For the past four years he has resided in Picture Bulte and was a mem- ber of the Picture Eutte Senior Citizens organization. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons, Douglas of Letti- bridge and George of Niagara Falls, New York; two daugh- ters, Mrs. G. M. (Donna) Lox- ton of Coalhurst, Mrs. R. (San- dra) Omelchuk, Dray ton Val- ley; two grandsons; two broth- ers, James and Everett, both of Toronto and an aunt, Mrs. P. (Minerva) Gorham of Oshawa, Ontario. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in Martin. Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Keith Church- ill officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Ceme- tery. Friends may pay their re- spects at Martin Bros. MEM- ORIAL CHAPEL, 703 I3th St. N. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Dirress cur deepest appreciation md thanks to friends, neigh- and relatives who sent lowers and donations, food, cards and expressions of sym- pathy and in any way helped us in our time of bereavement. Thanks also to the doctors and staff at Raymond Hospital. Ann Wysosky, Kath- leen, Shirley, John, Gloria. 8412 323 7th Avenue S. Besides her loving parents, she is survive by her grandparents, Mrs Frances Parkins of Magrath and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Semak of Lethbridge. The funeral ser- vice will be held on Wednes- day at a.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL, 812 3rd Avenue S., with Rev. Father Ken Forster OMI officiating. Prayers will be said this evening at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, phone 328-Z36I. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. MacLAINE Passed away suddenly in the city on Satur- day, September 2, 1972, Mr. John V.'arrea Peter MacLaine at the age of years, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. MacLaine of 1147 23rd St. S. Born, raised and educated in Lethbridge, the lata Mr. Mac- jaine Is survived by his par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. John W. [acLaine; three sisters, Mrs. Luclla) Volleiidorf and Mrs. LESLIE We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown us at tho loss of our dear husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. Their thoughtfulnness in gifts of food, flowers, cards and visits were deeply appreciated. A special thanks to the doctor, the nurses and staff of the Border Counties Hospital for their care and kind- ness given our loved one. Thanks to the pallbearers, to those who provided and served lunch and helped in any way. Thanks also to Rev. Graham Dickie for his I' comforting words and to the choir and organist. Your thought- fulness will always be remem- Ibered. Ada Leslie and family. 8404 killer dies of DELHI (AP) said President of Bangladesh will has promised India it Bhutto of Pakistan the final settlement of BOSTON (AP) A 19-year-old convicted murdercter who escaped from a hospital to (he charge, which carries a mandatory liie sentence, doctors discovered he had seriously consider the recognition of Bangladesh as a matter of high Foreign Minister Swaran the "distinct impression" during his meeting with Prime Minister Indira Gandhi In early July that he issues like the prisoners of war." In his latest report to Parlia-. month and wanted to "go home to succumbed to acute leukemia Monday. Peter Yuhas, of Portsmouth, N.H., pleaded guilty in June to second-degree murder in the October, 1971, slaying of John Labanara, 26, an aife to Mayor Kevin White of Boston. The day after Yuhas He was placed under guard In hospital, but was never sentenced because that would have meant confinement in prison. After an abortive escape, he was returned to hospital where his -condition continued to Parliament today. He said the assurance came from the Pakistani delegation that met with Indian officials earlier this week and readied agreement that the exchange of territory captured in last December's war will be completed by Sept. recognize the new nation that formerly was East Pakistan. "It is in the interest of Pakistan itself that it should recognize Singh said. "We have also reiterated to the Pakistan delegation that the foreign minister reiterated the Indian position that United Nations observers who have been stationed along the ceasefire line in disputed Kwh-mlr since 1949 have "nothing to observe now and they have no role to play." late Clifford Pinney of Leth- bridge. Mrs. Pinney was born October 14th, 1905 in Mapleton, North Dakota. She came to Shaunavon, Saskatchewan at an early age. She resided there for many years where they farmed. In 1936, she came to Lethbridge and continued to re- side here until the time of her passing. She is survived by three sons, Robert of Shauna von, Harold of Lethbridge, and Ronald of Calgary; five daugh- ters, Mrs. Elmer (Marion) Tie- deman of Calgary, Mrs. Stan (Betty) of Shaunavon Mrs. Ike (Kay) Dyck of Leth bridge, Mrs. George (Mildred Morfitt of Calgary and Mrs Doug (Rosealeen) Tiedeman o Shaunavon; 31 grandchildren six great-grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Lillian Bailey Calgary and five brothers, Hec tor and Willard of Vananda B.C., John and Nathan of On tario and Duncan of Lloydmin- ster. She was predeceased by her hunband Clifford in July, 1971 and one sister, Helen Gray- son. Funeral services will be held in the Chrislensen Chapel on Wednesday, Sctember 6th at 2 p.m., with Rev. K. V. Jordan officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Mountain View Cem- etery. CHRISTENSEN SAL- MON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C 4071 o Valerie) L. Horvath, both of and Marcia at home; and his grandparents ilr. and Mrs. Peter Coyne of Prayers will be aid this evening at p.m. n Assumption Parish Church, Requiem Mass will be celebrat- ed on Wednesday at 10 a.m. in Assumption Parish Church, nth Rev. Father R. O'Laughlin celebrant. Interment will follow n Mount Calvary section Moun- tain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of tbs Funeral Service. C4075 PETNE Passed away in the city on Saturday, Septem- ber 2, 1972, following a brief ill- I ness, Mr. Imre (Jim) Petne at [the age of 93 I years, of tho IE d i t h Cavel I Nursing Home I formerly of 322 3rd St. S., be- 1 loved husband of the late Mrs Julia Petne. Born in Hun- gary, the late Mr. Petne camo to Canada in 1813, first to Wood- ridge, Manitoba arxl then in 1914 to Michel, where he work- ed in the mines for two years. He then came to Lethbridgo and continued mining in the No. three and later No. six mine for several years, moving to Milk River in the No. 117 area to farm in 1920, and then to Warner in 1940, where he con- tinued farming until 1945. At this time he moved to Lelh- bridge where he has continued to reside until his passing. Ha wns a member of the Hun garian Old Timers Club. He is survived by one son, Jimmy of Victoria; one daughter, Mrs. Julia Fischer of Lethbridge; four grandchildren and nine g r e a t-gracdchildren. He was predeceased by one daughter, Margaret Hemais. Prayers wit ba said on Tuesday (this eve- ning) at 8 p.m. in Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, the funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 3 p.m. in thc Hungarian Presbyterian Church, with Rev. G. Teles offi- ciating. Interment will follow In the family plot, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP- EL, 812 3rd Avenue S., phons 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. BORLAND Glen Craig, passed away suddenly in Cal- gary on Sunday, September 3rd, 1972 at the age of 22 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mar- lene Borland of 7248 Ogden Road, Calgary. Mr. Borland was born In Lethbridge on Sep- tember 1949. At the age of four years, he moved to Cal gary where he received hi schooling. He moved back to Lethbridge when he was 16 are continued to reside here unti moving to Calgary one month ago. Besides his loving wife, Marlene, he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Gene (Shirley) Miller of Shaughnessy; two irothers, Scott of Lethbridge two sisters, Carol of Ed- m o n t o n and Patricia of Shaughnessy; one step-brother, Allen Miller, and his grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gowin of Lethbridge. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Wednes- day, September CtK at 4 p.m., with Bishop Ken Kusscll offici- ating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU NERAL HOME LTD., Direct- ors of Funeral Service. C4070 Klan committed for trial CALGARY (CP) Tearlach Mac A' Phearsoln, imperial wi zard of the Confederate Klans f Alberta, and Walter Wallace vere committed for trial here charge that they did "un awfully watch and beset" a carpet cleaner's place of work The charge, read by Provin cial Judge F. A. Thurgood, sal he Calgary men tried "to com pel M. W. Hendrbc to do th vork of rug cleaning, which h lad the lawful right to refus to do Both were charged last wee after police investigated picke ing hi front of a southwest car pet cleaning store. They pleaded not guilty the charge and will be trie; Sept. 21 by a provincial judg Mac A' Phearsoin said tl rug cleaning firm refused clean a rug when it discovered his Klan membership. He w handed a summons on the sec- ond day of picketing. STROMAN Passed away In Penticton, B.C. on Saturday, September 2, 1972, following o brief illness, Mr. William Stroman at the age of 87 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Jladys Stroman of Warner. 3ora in DCS Moines, Iowa, tho ate Mr. Sfroman came to Can- ada in 1912 and homesteaded n tlie Faith District. In 1923 ic moved to the Warner Dis- rict and farmed there until his retirement in 1960. Besides his oving wife he is survived by Easier teacher firing action is requested CALGARY (CP) Scott Sa- ville, public school trustee, wants provincial government action which would make it eas- ier to fire teachers. He told a meeting here that tcachnrs should lose the right of appealing firings to the pro- vincial referrals board, and be treated like any oilier worker It has been almost impossible for school boards to win refer- ral cases, he said, which makes it difficult to get rid of poor teachers. "Years ago, anything that was warm and called itself a teacher was hired. And we are stuck now with those teachers we hired years ago." He added any teacher fired unjustly could take his case to court, like any other employee. Tlic meeting, organized to dis- cuss the Worth report on edu- cational planning, lasted 2V4 hours. A proposal that schools should be run 50-50 by private enter- prise was made by chairman Wendy O'Flahcrty. She s a i (i Get Off Second Tire when you buy first tire at single tire price Last 3 days for you to get these low, low prices on the popular Wide Guard 3098 1549 2 o 4647 four sons, Chester, of Warner, Fred of Calgary, Oliver of Con- rad, Montana, Kenneth of Pen- licton; two daughters, Mrs. (Cecelia) Loelscher of Leth- bridge and Mrs. Dorothy Popkes of Richland, Washing- ton; 22 grandchildren; 10 great- grandchildren, and one brother, Oscar, of Mission Texas. Pray- ers will be said this evening at 8 p.m. in Our Lady of L o u r d e s Catholic Church, Warner. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday at a.m. in Our Lady of Church, with Rev. Fa- ther Bruce Field celebrant. In- terment will follow in the Warner Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at tho church in Warner from a.m. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C4072 private business would weed out inefficiency and inade q u a t e teachers in the school system. Running schools by the laws of the market-place would in- crease incentive to have a good education system, she said. TO MAKE CHARCOAL Charcoal is made by burning wood under a limited supply of C4074 oxygen. First tire Second tire C78-14 blackwall installed Two Fibre glass bells under tread 1o keep it stiff and the grooves open. 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