grandpa's death notice
day, Labia-rlus Labia-rlus us ;il your The man charges that, as a heur arguments on the matter. UM ws,»ghcr 1 m iiOO SJ.id s? k I 1 j 1 France Wirth dies at 85 Francis Xayiour "Frank" Alaska; two daughters, Mrs. Wirth Sr., 05, tormerly of the Kcn ( Jacque, fotersen, Mrs. Eagles Manor, died Tuesday at Evercrt [CeciM) wlule, both the Cooney Convalescent of mm„. e btMle^ A]olSi "'JIT t.L ,„• , -,, -,, . Alsace, France; IS grand- grand- Uturgy of Ihe Word will be children; nine great- great- recited Friday a] .11 a.ni ^froin grandchildren, nnd several St. Mary's Catholic Church, nieces and nephews. . Burial will be in Resurrection [-jilbcarers [-jilbcarers [-jilbcarers will be Uoyd Cemelcry. Ha nler Mortuary is McCormiek, Dick Ferderer, in rharse of funeral mu McKnight, Don Woodall, arrangements. c^ ^ d u n Rm WirLh was bora Kept. 10, 1090, * in .Alsace Bas-Rhln, Bas-Rhln, Bas-Rhln, France. He came lo the V£. in 1913 and Consideration Indianapolis, Inii, He worked there for a rubber company and also helped build locomotives. He later moved to Geyser, where he workedin the coal mines. of zone change Is postponed Confederation of a zone- zone- change request lo allow a 128- 128- «J40;i| i :_j in umi anarrmenl mi mine so n Lcfebrc on Oel! 15, 1910, in ^nglc-famlly ^nglc-famlly ^nglc-famlly resldeiitinl jonc Belt. The couple then moved to ™* wen postponed until Jan. Hughesvlllc, where Wirth ^cording to Pete I«niiark, worked for St. Joseph Lead Co. clty^unty planning director. He later moved to Helena, ^ Helena City Commhvslqn where he was employed by hfii,be«n ^aluled to hold a T.C. Power Co. as an auto PubI'c hcarinE on the ma tier, mechanic. K™«*y. lie spent two years as a '^nmark. said Lutheran mechanic in Bulla, then ,ow"si lhe, non-profit non-profit non-profit cor- cor- returned to Helena where he P°rD I1™ seeking to build the was then employed by Fordyce housm« ™?plex 'Dr ,elderly Motors. Ho later opened hia person., at lhe southeasl corner own garage at 134 S. Park. of [Jams mA Townsend In 1941, Wirth moved to directs, reque*tod the delay. Alaska wherehe worked on the Lulperan Towers, made up Alcan Highway. His family ?[ '"embers of Helena's Itiree joiried him in 1949 after he '-u'hcrnn '-u'hcrnn '-u'hcrnn churches, has come returned •from ■ Adak , Aloskn, UP gainst stiff opposition to lis and was working for the U.S. P'6"8- P'6"8- fc°mc neighboring gf,vernmenl as a heavy duly residents have favored the mechanic at.Ladd Field and P10)"1- P10)"1- b"1 most object to Eilam' Air Force Base near h» 'he four-sto.ry, four-sto.ry, four-sto.ry, & Fairbanks. '■■ million structure In their area. During 'this tune he also Al ils Dec. 18 meeting, the served as interpreter in the- the- Helena zoning Commission German language for lhe U.S. recommended against ap- ap- Kovernmeot customs office. Proving the zone .change. After returning to Helena, he Commissioners felt that went to work for the Teamsters although the project waa Union aii Its huslness agent needed in Helena, the integrity until I960. of :™ currem suigle-famlly suigle-famlly suigle-famlly Wirth was a member of the M'uu'u ^""^^ ™ ■ Reman Catholic Church. the area. His wife died on March 15, About 60 persona attended he zoning commission Survivors include a son, meeting to testify for Or frank Wirth Jr.. Kasllof, agauist llw project.