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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATHS CRYING HEAD Passed away in CaJgjry on March 3Cth, Teresa Ann, aged four months, beloved daughter of Mrs, Te> esa Crying Head of the Blood Reserve. Funeral service will bs held in The Laverne Roman Catholic Church on Thursday, April 9th, at a.m., with in- terment in The Laverae Ceme- tery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in care of arrangements. MAUSER Passed away at Lethbridge, Wednesday, April 4, 1973, Anton, of Taber at the age of 89 years, beloved hus- band of Theresa Mauser of Ta- ber. Prayers will be held in Humphries Funeral Chapel in Taber, Thursday, April 5th at p.m. Funeral sendees will be cnducted from 7. Augus- tine's Roman Catholic Church fai Taber on Friday, April 6th at 11 a.m., Rev. Father Don O'Dwyer celebrant. Interment follow in Taber Memorial Gardens. HUMPHRIES FTJ- HOilE LTD., in charge ot arrangements. PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME CANADA PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that I, Jean Margeret Gibboney otherwise knoy.n as Jest) Margaret Plourd of the City cf Lethbridge in ths province cf Al- te'ta, beck farndT intend to mates ap- plicstion to the Director cf Vital Statis- tics, under the prov S'cns cf i he Cnsnge of Name Act, R S A. fO' cf name es fcl o'vs 1. for a chsrgs cf my Margaret JEAN MARGARET GIBBONEY JEAN MARGARET PLOURD name to DEATHS nUKLOS Passed away in Picture Burte on Wednesday April 4, 1973. Mr. James Mik los at the age of 72 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Ann Miklos of Shaughnessy, Funer al arrangements will be ai nounced when completed MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc tors of Funeral Service. C8492 CHOW Passed away sue denly in the city on Wednes- day, April 4, 1973, Mr. Joseph H. Chow at the age of 71 years beloved husband of Mrs. Wo to Five (5) Inclusive. Twenty Four One (1) to Seventeen O7) mock Twenty Two Lots SsvenJy Four {71} to Eighty Nine (SW indwlve. Twal'v. V" outlined in an Unregistered Plan of the City oJ Lelhbridge prepared i by T. Okamurs. A.L.S_ and described as Pafx Msadora Phase 2 ana Is toynOed on the Meadow Lark Road wh-ch is the crleroicn of 2Jnd Avenue "ir Boul-vard bemq Ih5 -xienston of I81h Avenue awl on the cast by 3W) Street North and on west by the Morth-SOTih laie immediately west and adjacent 23ro Street North. PORKKA Funeral service for Mrs. Matilda Porkka, be- loved wife of the late Mr Walter Porkka who died sud denly in the city Tuesday March 27, 1973. at tbe age of 74 years, held at 3 p.m Friday in Trinity Lutheran Church with Pastor H. Mar- tin officiating. Pallbear e r s were Norman Petersen, Barry Littlev.-ocd, Menno Housenga Alex Jczsa, Hoy Ully and Gene 3enning. Interment was in the 'amily plct in Archmount Me- morial Gardens. Martin Bros, Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- ,ice, hi charge of the ar- rangements. LILLY Funeral service for Robert Edward Lilly, beloved husband of Mrs. Vicie Lilly of 302 23rd St. S. who died in the city Thursday, March 29, 1973, after a long illness at the age >f 23 years, was held at 2 p.m, Monday in the Lethbridge Al- iance Church, 1202 3rd Ave. S., frith Rev. Dan Goldsmith offl- Jiating. Pallbearers were Vic- or and Albert Dyck, Tom and George Wicfcershan, Fraser Ed- vards and Herb Fletcher. In- erment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. MOUNT Funeral service fcr Mrs. Alice Mount, beloved wife of the late Alfred Mount of 231 19th St- N. who died in tbe city Tuesday, March 27, 1973, at the age of 85 years, was held at pjn. Thurs- day. March 29, 1973, in the Christensen Chapel with Arch- deacon C. Swanson officiating. Pallbearers were William Van- der Kooy, Danny Bodell, John Wood and Richard Mount. Cre- mation followed. Christensea Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. BACZUK In loving mem- ory of a dear wife, Mary, who passed away April 4, 1970. She was a wife so very rare, Content ia home and always there, Unselfish ways and a heart of gold, No finer wife this world could hold. remembered by her loving husband, John. 9869 BACZUK In living mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Mary Baczuk, who passed away April 4, i'J70. Three years have passed since that sad day, It was God's will that you should not stay, A million words cannot express, Our heartache, sadness and loneliness. remembered by John, Margaret, Dwayne, Brenda, Linda and Darrel. 9911 BACZUK In loving mem- ory of a dear mother, Mary, who passed away April 4, 1970. Three lonely years have passed away since our great sorrow fell Tbe shock which we received that day, we still remem- ber well. Our hearts still ache with sadness, our secret tears still now, For what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely, and every thing goes wrong. We seem to hear you whisper, Cheer up, and carry on. 1 remembered by Displaced Wounded Knee anxious to get back home By TERRY DE VINE WOUNDED KNEE, S.D. (AP) 'John Gibbons's wife was nearly ready to give birth to their fust child when malitant Indians stormed Wounded Knee and took over the small village more than a month ago. The young couple are among the scores of persons forced to leave the village, and they're anxious to get home. Many cf the refugees are chil- dren and for some of them there has been no school since the occupation began. The par- ents, who left behind homes, personal belongings and live- stock, wonder anxiously what will be there when they return. Gibbons, 22, and his young wife Elizabeth were living with Gibbons's grandmother, Rose Good Medicine, when American Indian Movement (A.I.M.) members and supporters took the village the night of Feb. 27. The couple stayed in the vil- lage for more than two weeks, but Elizabeth was in labor and nearing delivery tims. Gibbons said "The A.I.M. medicine man, Leonard Crow Dog, offered to deliver the baby, but my wife wanted to have the baby at a hospital." BORN IN HOSPITAL So one night they hitched a ride to the public health service hospital hi nearby Pine Ridge. Two days later, Mrs. Gibbons gave birth to a baby boy, whom they named Gabriel John Gib- bons. Since then, the Gibbons have been living at the Felix Cohen Retirement Home in Pine Ridge along with several other residents of the Wounded Knee area who were displaced by the occupation force. Gibbons said he has tried to get back into the village, but federal marshals won't let per- sons return once they've left. Ths Gibbons are among those who have been assisted in finding shelter, food and cloth- ing by the American Red Cross, which is housing displaced resi- dents at the Cohev retirement home and Joyner Hall in Pine Ridge. "We've assisted, in some way, 379 individuals from within the Wounded Knee area since we set up operations here March 17 at the request of the l department of said Robert Bender of Minneapolis, Minn., director of Red Cross re- lief operations on the reserva- tion. STAY WITH FRIENDS Bender said many of the dis- placed persons are staying with relatives or friends in Pine Ridge and other communities on the Reservation. There is no exact figure on bow many people lived In the Wounded Knee area prior to the takeover. The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) has been able to account for 335 persons, but other estimates range up to 475. A.I.M. leaders say 113 residents remain in the village. Paul Red Star Sr., 78, has lived in Wounded Knee all his life. But now he and his wife are staying in Joyner Hall, op- erated by the Episcopal (Angli- can) Church. "I hope my animals are still there when I get said Red Star, who raises cattle, horses and chickens on his small ranch. "We want to go he said. "We tried to get back two days ago, but couldn't get through the road- blocks." Elmer and family. 9870 For operating expenses MPs shooting for By RICHARD JACKSON Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Atop everythin salary, tha tax-free non-accountib] expense allowance, Canada- richest pension plan and a 1 those Parliamentary the honorable members of th House of Commons are shootin for another They're pushing for it t cover the cost of hiring secre- taries and opening their constituencies- offices in Football star joins Pass campaign FBANK (CNP Bureau) Timmy of the Lethbridge Easter Seal campaign and John Helton, lineman for the Calgary Stampeders and winner of the 1972 Schenley award, will be guest celebrities, along with mayors of the participating towns in the Crowsnest, at kickoff reception at (he Turtle Mountain Hotel Thursday in Pattern CARDS OF THANKS GILBOUN We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to all relatives and friends for tbe cards, flowers and food and calls during our recent be- reavement. A thank you to the doctors and staff at Border Counties Hospital, Milk River and the doctor and staff at St. Michael's Hospital, Lethbridge. Eva Gilborn and families. 9367 sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses, staff and Sisters at St Michael's Hospi- tal for the care and kindness given to me during my hospiti- iization. Many thanks to all my riends for flowers, cards, gifts sad visits. May God Bless you all. Nelson FUZEY I wish to tfaaok he doctors and nurses who ooked after me so wel! white I was a patient in the Muniti- >al Hospital. Also I would like thank my relatives and nends for toe flswers. gifts, cards and visits. May God bless ouall. Mary Fuzey f FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT cony W "it prspoeM til CITy its City dar'ing The norms! office Twurs ___ FURTHER NOTICE THAT jury who wlsnw cwwrriina traxxee ty-lsw 'tull im filt s-tfbmlwlon viflh Oty Clerk leTVr twa on tn Wi What causes aB those potholes in the spring? City roads dimertrar Jean Arpin blames ft on "freezing anil ferainc cycles. It rams and 69 Front Street Toronto 1. Ontanr. Readers Mafl Limited ON DISPLAY NOW thru APRIL 6th COURTESY OF SOUTHOIM ANGUS COA10AIE Centre Viilcgs "The Moff that has it ;