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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April A, 1972 THE lETHBRIDGE HERA1D 23 FUNERALS YOUNG Funeral service Tor William Young, native son cf Sanguar, Scotland, and Vauxlwll resident who tiled at Tabor Thursday, March 30, 1972, was held at 3 p.m. Mon- day, April 3, 1972, in the Park- view United Church, Vaux- hall, with Miss A. McKay of- ficiating. Pallbearers were Bob Connor, Kwssell Bell, Claude Sutton, David Jenkins, Gordon Johnson and David Smith, In- terment was in the Vauxhall Cemctevy. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Taher, Directors ot Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. j IN MEMOR1AMS J In loving mem- i ory of Mary Baciuk, mother antl grandmother, who passed Flying doctors reach sit away April 4, 1970. No length of time can take away. Our thoughts ot you from day to dav, i Though absent you are always near. Still loved, still missed, still very dear. Lovingly remembered by son Jolni. wife Margaret and grandchildren, Dwayiie Drenda, Linda Darryl. TURIN', Italv (Hi'lllcr) A 20 GHOSH funeral service for Orest James Grosh, who died March 27, 1972, was held at a.m. Thursday, March 33, 1972. in SI. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Pinch- er Creek, witli Rev. M. Ilagcl officiating. Pallbearers were Ken Akitl, Len Bailer, Bichard Soancs. Roger Sommcmlle, Vcrn Thompson and Richard Thoi-kinan. Interment was in the Fail-view Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. OLSON' In loving memory of a dear husband, dad and grandpa. Ole Olson, who passed away April 4, 1937. Gons to share, But in our hearts you are always there. By WILLIAM E. SCIIUI.Z SHAWANO, Wis. (AP> Dr. Arthur Angove hanked his twin- engine airplane to the left and the backwoods airstrip popped into view out the side window, a pencil line next to the forest. He nosed the 200-miles-an- hour aircraft toward the ground-and the 19th century. Shawano, with its airstrip, is a virtual last uutpost of civiliza- tion south of northeastern Wis- consin's forests, where Indians know little of big city life and three 1'r-ai- piix.'i'x niys a liy the research! prison guard who or- of t'nr- depart robberies by young mcnt of ICII'IIUT. I eriminuis from a juvenile pri- crn Wisconsin is unc of this most The rpjwit conditions f.on, was sentenced by a court ciiiV'at the' scenp of some I poverty-stricken in (lie state, last i-i'ludinj; an early hero to 1C months in jail. II oulhrcnk in oiling An tended period of could p-. Tlie area of infebtulion in Al has more than tripled from last year, and square miles are lightly and Jail crooked quarcl moderately affected. Tho .nv.'i irvfrwila. i Know little or big city lue ana the days used mcdicino nlcn ,nc heal- ing arts of their ancestors. At small spots in (hot forest, i Dr. Angove and other flying The gates of memory I set up two free never close, clinics which have brought a We miss you more than any of medical care to one knows, remembered thinking ahoul up a liphl when we led there.' CAP exercise, [lying in and scl- Tin- Indian area o' northeast- ling up a complete medical fa- haltl1' 'Ms flowed let tho prisoners out to r; d have incomes below the poverty by imnpr Then someone suggested we level. But few are or., welfare. i do some good instead of just The region is one of primarily going through the motions." forest. The Imli- APl'KOVEI) BY INDIANS make their living from its The idea of helping the Indi- questionable bounty. Mcnomi- ans was suqecslcd. The doctors nee County's only industry is largest area, of light infesla- tion, is in the east-central sec- tiiw of t h e province between the Battle and Red Deer rivers. I-'KKIGHT EARNINGS .aid Net foreign freight earnings of smuggled the Norwegian merchant fleet based on l The nearest doctors and medi- cal facililics arc in Shawano- by approached the Great Lakes In- tertribal Council, which liked it, and the project snowballed. For- mal planning was minimal. "We decided, 'Let's do it from the Indians' homes. maybe the paper work will fol- Indian health problems are Dr. Crosby said. "Even magnified and complicated by v.'hcn you come with nothing but attitudes and poverty, your little black hag you can do "One of my patients tells me a lot. It was iikc a gigantic j there are still some Indians. Hie area's approximately i house call." who when they get something his loving wife, sons, daughters and grandchildren. 9207 BACZL'K !n loving memory Mel.KAN' Funeral service j mother. Mary, who pasted away for Hester (Ile'tie) McLean, April 4. 1S70. who died March 24, 197'i. was held at p.m. Tuesday, March 28, 1972. in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Fort Ma- clcod, with Rev. George Peters officiating. Pallbearers were William Blunden, Carl Chris- t i a n s o n, Charles Faulkes, Charles Reach, Lloyd Finder and Harry Unwin. Interment was In lire Union Cemetery- Eden's Funeral Home Ltd, Fort Macleod, Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. SLEVIN Requiem mass for John Slevin, beloved hus- band of I he late Mrs. Mary Anne (Nancy) Slevin who died in the city Tuesday, March 21, 1972, after a brief illness at the Two lonely years have passed away since our great sor- row fell. The shock which we received that day, we still remem- bar well. Our hearts si ill ache with sad- ness, our secret tears still flow, Indian residents. The airstrip is 25 miles from Dr. Angovc's goal, s clinic on the Stockbrirjgc-Munsee Reser- vation. The other clinic is at Neopit, in Menominee County, which a decade ago was a Men- ominee Indian reservation. MKT BY VOUIM'KEH A car, driven by an Indian volunteer worker, pulled up to the parked plane. The suburban Milwaukee doctor, a nurse and a medical technician climbed out of the plane. As they loaded a black bag and boxes of medicines into the "They came up here i wrong with them go to tho back their medical bags and v.e woods to see a medicine man for said and gel Dr. Crosby For what it meant to lose you, no one wil! ever know. When we are sad and lonely, and everything goes wrong. We seem to hear you whisper, cheer up and carry- on. remembered arxi sad- ly missed by Elmer, Mar- Shelly and garet, Diane, Sieila. 9324 age of 92 years, said at a.m. Thursday, March 24, 1972, in the Assumption Parish Church with Bev. R. O'Loughlin the celebrant. Pallbearers were Isaac Pelletier, Jack Anderson, Bob Johnston, Andy Staysko, Allan Graham and Angus Cun- ningham. Interment was at 2 p.m. in the family plot in the Pincher Creek Cemetery. Rev. M. Hagel officiating. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS nOBINSON Jim and Gwen Robinson of Coutts wish to thank their many friends who made Bus drivers still out HALIFAX (CP) A strike by city bus drivers entered its fourth week today with no sign of a settlement in the wage dis- pute between the Amalgamated Transit Union, which represents the men. and Halifax Transit Corp., (lie 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" to the city. There would be no change in wage demands that would in- crease a driver's average hourly wage to from in a two-year pact. Meanwhile, city firemen have compact car, a single-engine fighter of Second World War vintage dropped out of the sky. Dr. Allen Crosby of Wauwa- tosa and another nurse clam- bered out of its twin cockpits and joined the group squeezing into the car. The clinics are open one day every two weeks. About 75 med- ical personnel take turns staff- ing them. They range from den- tists through osteopaths to pp- dialrisls. They donate their time. Medicines and equipment also are donated; most of the medi- :ine by pharmaceutical houses. Cars had mashed the waist- high weeds, forming a circular Irive up to the used moiiile lome housing the clinic. The clinics developed out of a raining mission for the Civil Air which some ol he doctors belong. "V.'e were sitting around i their Silver Wedding Ar.niversarj voted in favor of strike action to such a happy occasion. j back their demands of the city. GILBERT I wish to con-! my sincere tharSs to the i Sisters and staff of St. Mich- ael's Hospital, the doctors of the Haig Clinic, FaUier Field, Ilia priests and members of St. Patrick's Church for Ell their kindness; to friends for Masses, flowers, cards and other gifts received during my recent bereavement. W. C. Gilbert. 9322 Pattern wish to extend a sincere tharJc you fo all the doctors, nurses and staff of 1st cast main and 3rd main of j St. Michael's Hospital for the I fine care I received while a patient there. Thanks also to relatives and friends for their visits, flowers, gifts, cards and inquiries. Your thcughtfulness was very much appreciated. N'oriilurd. X2392 MAIiRA We wish to sin- cerely thank all those who sent cards of sympathy, cards, flowers and food to our home End also Irie coimnur.ity in gen- era! for the kindncss and j cere expressions of sympathy j shown to all of us during otir recent sad bereavements. A special thanks to those who j helped or visited tlie residences. Also Fathers Jim Hagcl and Dennis Mat-Donald f o r their kindness and spiritual help, the Altar hoys. psHbcarers and members of the CPU crew for i Tampering blamed for derailment SPRINGS, South Africa (AP) Unauthorized persons tamp ered with a switch and cause the derailment today of a loco motive and seven cars, railwa officials announced. There were no injuries an police ivere investigating. Police spokesmen had specu lated that such incidents migh follow the derailment Friday o a passenger train near Potgie tersms which killed 38 non whites and injured 174. ALLSTATE WIDE GUARD 88 The paail.suit is the eostirme- their unliring efforts in locating j slender lines our beloved husbands and j artt curved band neck i win the applause of smart j brothers. 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