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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FUNERALS YOUNG Funeral service [or William Young, native son n[ Sanguar, Scotland, and Vnuxhall residenL wlio dietl nt Tahcr Thursday, March 30, 1972, was held at 3 p.m. Mon- day, April 3, 1972, in the Park- view United Church, V a u x- hall, wilh Miss A. McKay of- fidaling. Pallbearers were Bob Connor, llusscll Bell, Claude Sulton, David Jenkins, Gordon Johnson and David Smith, In- terment was in tlic Vauxliall Cemctevy. Humplirics Funeral Home Ltd., Taher, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge o( the arrangements. GHOSH Funeral service for Orest James Crosh, wlio died March 27, 1972, was held at a.m. Thursday, March 30, 1972. in SI. Michael's Hoinan Catholic Church, Pinch- er Creek, with Uev. M. lliigel officiating. Pallbearers w ere Ken Akitl, Len Bailer, Diehard Srancs, Roger Sommcrville, Vcrn Thompson and Richard Thorkinan. Interment was in tho Fairvicw Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, Directors ot Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange ments. Mel.KAN Funeral service, for Jlester flleitie) McLean, v.-ho died March 2-1, 1072. held at p.m. Tuesday, Alarch 20, 1972. in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Fort Ma- clcod, with Rev. George Peters officiating. Pallbearers were William Blundeii, Carl Chris- t i a n s o n, Charles Faulkes, Charles Heacli, Lloyd Finder and Harry Umvin. Interment was In the Union Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd, Fort Macleod, Directors ol fu- neral Service, was ill charge ol Ihe arrangements. SLEVIN' Requiem mass for John Slevin, heloved hus- band of Ihe late Mrs. Mary Anne (Nancy) Slevin who died in the cily Tuesday. March 21. 1072, alter a brief illness at the age of 92 years, was said at a.m. Thursday, March 24, 1972, in the Assumption Parish Church with Rev. D. O'Loughlin the celehrant. Pallbearers were Isaac Pclleticr, Jack Anderson, Bob Johnston, Andy Elaysko, Allan Graham and Angus Cun- ningham. Interment was ot 2 p.m. in the family plot in Ihe Pincher Creek Cemetery, Rev. M. Hagel officiating. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS In loving mcru- i ory of Mary mother and grandmother, who passed away April 4, 1970. No length of time car. take away. Our thoughts of you from day to day, Though absent you are always near. Still loved, still missed, still very dear. Lovingly remembered by son John, wife Margaret and grandchildren, Dtvayne Drenda. Linda and Darryl. 93-12 OLSON In loving memory of a dear husband, dad and grandpa. Olo Olson, who passed Flying doctors JYJ on Munsee Tipr.iHoy, 4, _ THE HERAID 23 odthrc'ak in olfiti" reserve .S curly v.ann tlutc ;i .rpj An icntkxl period of pun, 1'Iiu area of m Al away April 4, 1937. Gons nre the days v.e used to share, Bui in our hearts you arc always llicre, The of memory i 11 never close, We miss you more than any one knows, remembered by his loving wife. sons, daughters and grandchildren. 9207 In loving memory of a dear mother, imd grand- mother, Mary, who passed away April 4. Two lonely years have passed away since our great sor- row fell. The shock which we received lhat day, we still remem- har well. Our hearts slill ache with sad- ness our secret lears still flow. For wliat it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely, m- WILLIAM E. S1IAWANO, (AP) Dr. Arthur AIIROVC hanked his Iwin- ciigiiic airplane to tlic IcU and the backwoods airstrip popped into view out I tic side a pencil line next to thu foi'cst. He nnsed the 200-miles-an- hour a i r c r a L toward Ihc j gronnd-aiid the I9lh century. Shnwano, with its airstrip, is a virtual last outpost of civilizn- tiuii .south of northeastern Wis- consin's forests, Indians know little oT big city life and medicine men practise the heal- ing arts of their ancestors. Al small spots in Hint forcsl, Dr. Angovc and other flying doctors liavc set up two free clinics which have brought a new measure of medical care lo Ihe area's apni'Dxinialely Indian residents. The EiirsLrip is 21 miles from 1 Dr. Angove's goal, s clinic on the SLockhrirJfjc-Munseo Rescr- The other clinic is at thinking nlioul working up a Hplil when lofl tliere CAP exercise, flyjng in and M.-1- The Indian cif norlhcnst- lip a complete medical fa orn Wisconsin is cme of Lhu most, cility al tlic scene1 of some poverty-stricken in the utalc. mythical Dr. Crosliy said. "Then someone suggested we- briuu menl Tlit lati Uircc 1'rai-1 u n-port! Ire- rcsc'iirc'h; d'fVrnl depart ;tju do some good instead of going through the APl'HOVED BY INDIANS The idea of helping the Indi- ans was suggested. The doctors approached the Great Lakes In- terlribnl Council, which liked it. ami the projert For- mal planning minimal. "We decided, 'Lot's do it maybe the paper work will fol- Dr. Crosby said "Even v.'iicn you come with nulliing hut your little black bag you cati do a lot. It was a gigantic house call." and everything wrong. goes We swm lo hear you whisper, cheer up and carry on. remembered awl sad- ly missal by Elmer, Mar- garet, Diane, Shelly and Sheila. 9324 CARDS OF THANKS ROBINSON .Tim and Gwen Robinson of Coults wish to thank their manv friends who made Bus drivers still on I HALIFAX (CP) A strike by cily bus drivers entered its fourth week today v.-iUi no sign of a settlement in the wage dis- pute between the Amalgamated Transit Union, which represents the men. and Halifax Transit Corp., the city-owned agency which operates the bus system. Gerald Hollett, president of Local 503 of the union, said the union had "no intention of mak- ing any new offers" lo the city. There would be no change in wage demands thai would in- crease a driver's average hourly wage to from in a two-year pact. Meanwhile, city firemen have which a de.acle ago was a Men- Ginineo Indian reservation. MI-IT I1Y VOI.U.VTttEK A car, driven by an Indian volunteer worker, pulled up lo the parked plane. The suburban Milwaukee doctor, a nurse anil a medical technician climbed out of the plant. As they loaded a black bag and boxes of medicines into the compact car, a single-engine fighter of Second World vintage dropped out ol the sky. Dr. Allen Crosby ot to.sa and another nurse clam- bered out of ils cockpits and joined Ihe group squeezing into the car. The clinics are open one day every two weeks. About 75 med- ical personnel take turns staff- ing them. Tliey range from den- tists through osteopaths lo po- diatrists. They donate their lime. .Medicines and equipment also arc donated; most of the medi- cine by pharmaceutical houses. Cars had mashed the waisl- high weeds, forming a circular drive up to the used mobile home housing the clinic. The clinics developed out of a training mission for the Civil Air which some of the doctors belong. were sitting around their Silver Wedding Araiversary voted in favor of strike action to such a happy occasion. fin.BERT T wish to con- my sincere lo the Sisters and staff of SI. Mich- ael's Hospital, the doctors of the Haig Clinic, Ft'-Her Field, Ui3 priests and C.W.I., members of St. Patrick's Church for all their kindness; also lo friends for Masses, flowers, cards and other gifts received during my recent bereavement. W. C. Gilbert. 9322 wish to exlcr.d a sincere thank YOU lo all Uie doctors, nurses and staff of 1st east main and 3rd main of j St. Michael's Hospital for Ihc fine care I received while a patiejil there. Thanks also to relatives and friends for their visits, flowers, gifts, cards and nxjuiries. Your thcughlfulness wajs very much appreciated. Norrilur.d. back their wage demands of the cily. Pattern MARRA wish to sin- cerely thank all thosn who sc-nt cards of sympathy, cards. Howor.s and food lo our home end flf.so cormminkv in gon- J oral for tho kiiylncs.s and .-in- cere of sympathy j Ahoivn to all of us durinf! our sad hcvenvoiiienls. A I special thanks to those who helped or visited Die residences. Also Knlliers Jim Ha gel and Dsnnis Mat-Donald for their! kindness and spiritual help, Ihc i Altar boys, pallbearers and members of Uio CPU crow for, The the asinine. Uipir untiring efforts in locatmp oMho-yrar! Il.s slender Vines our Iwiovcd hiLsbands and j ar_d bnnd ncck 1 win the applau.se of smart j i Printed Pattern 4515: NLW Half Sizes 131-, J I IGli, Size (bust '371 pant-suit 2% yds. 60-iru Tampering blamed for derailment SPRINGS, South Africa (AP) Unauthorized persons tamp- ered wilh a switch and caused the derailment today of a loco- motive and seven cars, railway officials announced. There were no injuries and police were investigating. Police spokesmen had specu- lated that such incidents might follow Ihe derailment Friday of a passenger train near Potgie- tersrtis which killed 38 non. whites and injured 174. They camn their medical co'iditions ;.u early Ahmit tKi pci1 cent of the Indians I liatdi in nn-i -CMS followed incomes below the povcily by ;i dry and lonR level. But arc ot, -AeKru'c. opcii for an ex- Tl'.e is one of jirimarily forest. The Indi- mis make their living from Us questionable bounty. ML'nomi- net1 County's only industry is bnscd on Tlic: nearest doctors and mcdi- cal facilities circ v.hic'h is ;IK muc.li a-s mile.1, from llic Indians' homos. Inditin hcaMh problems nrc and c'omplicalcd hy attitudes and riouirly. of my patients Iclh me I there arc still gfjme Indians, i who when they pet, sonicthinii I Jail crooked guard TURIN', Italy fK-iiUrj A 20 year-old prison guard or- by young criminals from a juvenile pri- s.on, wns sentenced liy a couri hero to IG months in jail. lie let the prisonci s out, to raid j local shops, Uien PIIUI tiicin back inlo tlx1 prison btvta has mori? Uinn tripled from iasl year, and square are lirjUUy and moderately affeiied. Tho aroa. of liglit infcsla- lion, h in the cast-central sec- lion of 11] L- province between (lie Baffle and Deer rivers. FliriGHT KARNINGS Xel foreign freight eamingii or smuggled the No'-vvcgian merchant fleet were S-l.Ooli billion in 1971. found room for Dave an Indian lisaltli worker who helped set up the clinic and now is its reception- ist. "We were doing pelvic exami- nations on a fable v.ilh a flash- Ur. Crosby said. "And we still using the Dash- up here wiln i wrong v.illi Ih.c'm RO to Ihe back- hags and v.c woods to see a medicine man and get Dr. Crosby said. "Dinbi'les in this area Is seven times greater than in while areas of the he added, it could bu caused by heredity or (lie liicrh- f March lou-protein diet of pov- erty. Pattern brothers. Marra IN MEMORIAM In bring mem-j ory of a doar wife, Mary, who away April 4. 1970. M As bng as my hwrl keeps plai bJating. as long as my eves have ter.rs, T shall aUvavs remember my Tovrtl one, all through (he remaining years. leave her in God's keeping. the rough road safely o'er. Stic is not dead lo my loving heart, fovc. Always John, but only gone be- loved and sadly hy her 9323 I-ook fashion-s m a r L In B prctly, casy-lo-wear wrapskirt. A WIMZ lo .sew; p "WDW'J at I parlies, gatherings. Make this j fashionably frinflcd, gaily cm- inly PATTERN' skirt long or .short. JR NAME AND AD-1 pattern 7141: ADAMS, nt St. W., Toronto DcfH, YOUR DRESS, and Ihe ramp of send il to The Ilcraic' mo'.ifs. CKMS (coins) for cacli pattern (no Spring Fashion Offer Choose one pallcvn free from new Spring Summer Catalog. All fizosl Scud POc INSTANT SKWIXG BOOK cut, Few moilern way. SI.00 NSTANT FASHION ROOK WMT answers. 11.00. stamps, please) add 13 cenU for each pattern for first-class milling and special handling. Tim I.ETHBmpttB IITOAuD Readers Limited Ci Fronl Sli-ccl Toronto 1, Ontario ALLSTATE WIDE GUARD QB8 C7S-13 blackwall-installed a-Ailst.ite Wide Guard Fibre Gf.155 BeitDd Nylon tires deliver: e better traction o longer mileufja and easier handling than ordinary up to double the mileage! 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