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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta jboalL, Cf i nlA a ft IM? t i vria g DEATHS l.USK Wednesday, August 2, James H. (Harry) l.usk 14IH4 Oxenham Avenue, White Hock, JI.C., age 65 years. Survived by bis loving wife (icnevieve; one son, Dale, Ed- iiiiinton; one brother, Hugh, Olgary; two sifilcrs, Mrs. May It i t c h i c, Vancouver, Mrs. Hi la Henderson, Calgary; Ilircc grandchildren. Deceased u'ts a member of Lethbridgc Udgc No. 39, A.K. A.M. J.clhhridjic, Alberta. Funeral service Friday, August 4, al 4 p.m. from Chapel Hill Funeral Parlor, 14015 North lilulf Road (IGlh While Hock, Reverend E. L. Garvin offici- ating. Cremation, ST. DHNNIS Passed away in the city on Monday, July .11, 1U72, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Jean St. Dennis of 1111 (ilh Avenue S. The funeral ser- vice will he held on Friday at :i-00 p.m., in Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S, with Hcv. Father G. Marien officiating. Interment will follow in the Mount Cal- vary section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TUADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avc. S. MARTIN I1ROS. LTD., Direclors of Funeral Ser- vice. C3437 FUNERALS MOSKAI.UK Kuncr.il (ser- vice for Joseph Moskaluk, loved husband of Mrs. Frances Moskaluk of 147 Mlh SI. N. who died in the city Friday July 1972 al the age of 84 years was held at a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 1, 1972 in SI. with Basil's Father Catholic Church Bruce Field cel- ebrant. Pallbearers were Nick Wolk, Eric Nelson, Ivan Uow- dcll, Frank Kozokas, George Dumont, ajid Stanley Lebioda. Interment was in the Mount Calvary Cemetery. Christensen- Salraon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrange- ments. STANDING ALONE Fu- neral service for Beulah Stand- ing Alone, beloved wife of Allan Standing Alone of the Blood Re- serve, who died Saturday, July 29th, 1972, at the age ol 41 years, was held at 10 a.m. Wed- nesday, Aug. 2, 1972 in St. Paul's Church In Cardslon wilh Rev. Allen McQuaig officiating. Pallbearers were Dominio Cross Child, Peter Weasel Head, Alfred Standing Alone, Ken Pale Feathers, Tyrone Eagle Speaker and Robert Interment was in St. GRKKN'rc Passed away in the city on Monday, July 31, following a brief illness, Mrs. Pearl Hermina Greene, al (he age of 73 years, of 2831 nth Avenue S., beloved wife of the laic Mr. Marvin Taylor Greene. Born in Pomme tie Terra, Minnesota in 1899, Ihe late Mrs. Greene came to the Carmangay District with her family in 100G. She married the Jate Mr. Marvin Taylor Greene in Bowville in 1520. In 195fi, she and her husband retired to Lelhbridge where she lias re- sided until her passing. Stic is survived by two sons, Dclmar and Boyd, both oE Carmangay; eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; one sis- ter, Mrs. Hazel Brooks of Van- couver and one brother Mr. Jerome Olson of Edmonton. She was predeceased by tier husband and one brother. The funeral .service will he held on Saturday al p.m., in Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Pastor W. J. Gamble officiating. A grave- Ride service and interment will follow at p.m. at Ihe Bow- villo Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Phone 32fl-23fil. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C343G Paul's C e m etery. Christcnscn- Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS 7EMNSKY We would like to thank the doctors, nurses and all slaff of the Municipal Hos- pital for the kindness and won- derful care given my son, Bill, during iiis long stay in Ihc hos- pital, and the kindness given to us also. Our gratitude to all ths priests for their numerous visits, prayers, Masses, and words of comfort during his illness. Many thanks lo everyone who helped in so many ways, and for the flowers, Masses, donations, food arcd to those who helped serve Uic lunch. Our sincere thanks to the pallbearers, the priests officiating in the service and all Uiose who attended, and to Ch ristcnsen Funeral I lome for Lhcir kind efficiency. Xclinsky family. 552C Confirms beating by police STE. TIIERESE, Quc. (CP) A man a livid bruise on his chin Wednesday con- firmed a story by a Montreal news reporter that he had suf- fered a beating Tuesday at the hands of Quebec Provincial Po- lice and local police after he failed to hear shouts from a passing cruiser. Clement Poudrier said in an j interview he was the person identified by Jim Duff of the Gazette as Rene Jean who suf- fered a beating by policemen. Ho said Rene Jean was a nickname, and he confirmed de- tails of the reporter's account. Poudrir said Ste. Thcresc and Quebec Provincial Police constables threw him into a po- lice car and drove him to a sta- tion. "They hit me on the way, but then they really beat me up. 1 didn't try to resist, I couldn't say anything." He said the beating slopped when a QPP officer intervened. Citizens of Ste. Theresc, 15 miles north of Montreal, lived under the Riot Act for two days following a weekend of violence sparked by the fatal shooting Friday of Andre Vassard, 16, by a local policeman. Mayor Rene II o b c r I said Wednesday night ha thought the matter of the beating should be "left until the present troubles are over to perhaps liegiji an other inquiry." "I beg of you, don'l try to pro- mote some more trouble here." McGovern making up his mind ------Tliurtday, Augu.l 3, 1972 IFIHWflDGI 17 WASHINGTON (Router) Senator George M c G o v e r n ncared a choice for a Demo- cratic vice-presidential running mate, with an aide saying the choice might "very well" come later today. Frank ;.iankicwicz, national director of McGuvcrn's presi- dential campaign, said Mc- Govcrn has "given no indica- tion" yet that ho has reached a decision. But Mankircwicz said the deci- sion "very well might come today, hut there is no assur- ince." Mankicwicz salt! in an inter- view on the NBC Today show the vice-presidential nominee I "probably come from among the names you have read during the.past few days." Senator Edmund Muskio of Maine and Senator Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota have been named by sources in the McGovern camp as amoni! those under consideration, Mankiewicz said it is possible other candidates will be nomi- nated from the floor during a Democratic national committee meeting next week which will in effect be a mini-convention. Mankiewicz said he docs not anticipate difficulty in obtaining approval by the national com- mittee next Tuesday when the group meets to approve a re- placement for Senator Thomas Eaglcton. Eaglcton withdrew Monday night following controversy over his disclosure he had electric shock treatment for mental de- pression during the 1960s. New police chief up Reporter alleges beating Passed away nt Tobcr on Tuesday, August 1, 1972, Uoss, al the age of 55 years. Horn at Maslnasin, Al- berta Decomter 27, 1917. He married at Milk River Novem- ber 22, 1937 (o Ihe former I.ily Ircdalc. At the lime of his pass- ing he wn.s owner operator of Lr.comhe Pipe Services of Ta- ber and was n member of the Swing Kings Orchestra. Prede- ceased hy his father Jchn J. Alui'llcr in 1951, also two sis- ters, Katie in and Cecilia in 1923. Survived also by his loving Sluirli of Tahcr; his mother Mrs. Katie Mueller, Milk River; Ibrce sislcrs, Mrs. Fred (Mary) lincke of New Richmond, Mrs. Adam (Helen) Wnllcwcin, Sun- hurst, Montana, Mrs. Thomas (Clrrn) Much, Hamilton, Mon- lana; three brothers, Arthur Mueller, Tabor, Henry Mueller, Foremost, and Krecl Mueller of Milk River; six nephews and Iweh'e nieces. Mr. Maxwell was n member of the Foremost Ma.sonic Ixiclfje No. Funer- al services will be conducted from M.irtin Bros. Traditional Chapel, HI2 3rd Avc. S. on Sat- urday, A'jgust 5 at 2 p.m., Jtev, Rlake Aiuicr.son orficint- The iiilerment will follow in Archrnrnnl Memorial Gar- den. Friends may pay their lo the deceased at Humphries in Talicr from 7 lo n p.m. I'rirtay. HUMPHRIES HINKIlAi, HOME LTD., Tsber, in charge of STE. THERESE, Quo. (CP) A Montreal newspaper says police held and Iwat a 19-year- old youth Tuesday, 100 feet from the local police stalion and Ihen took him to tho slalion where tho beating continued. James Duff of The Gazelle, in an eyewitness report this troubled community 15 miles north of Montreal, said a Ste. Thcresc police cniiser arrived in front of a hotel where the re- porter was talking to several youltts. Deaths yesterday Hy THF, CANADIAN PRESS Taggarl, 42, president of the Ontario joint council of the Teamsters union, while vacationing near North Day. Dclacourt- Smith, 55, a life peer and for- mer minister of slate in the ministry of technology in the last Labor government. Gives fight with post office WINNIPEG the ru1e that Ihcy nv.rst be ni'jmbcrs of a club tor six months in order (o arrange an alternative IlighL He also said Air Canada flights homo arc hooked until Tn Toronto an Air Canada spokesman said all flights leav- ing Britain arc heavily-to-solidly hooked until mid-August. Mr, Gonthio.r said his esti- mate comes from requests for seals from charter firms in Britain and elsewhere. He said his firm's London agent is flooded with calls, bul added "there is nothing we can do." "II would take nt least eighl DC-3 stretch pianos lo solve this anri the nritish government would have lo overlook Ihe af- finity rule (which requires six- months' nicmlwrship in a foona lide he said. CITK.S TWO CARRIERS Mr. Gonlhier said part of the f rouble has t he recent bankruptcies of two carriers Iho Ixmdoivfoascd Lloyd's Inter- national and the American based Universal Airways. In addition, he said, many of those row stranded had bought return tickets from three To- Rebel woodsmen issue warning VANCOUVEIl (CP) Rebel 'allers on British Columbia's lower mainland and on Vancou- 'er Island have vowed to "bring the forest industry to ils knees" and crack down on rene- gades in their ranks who have returned lo work. A meeting Wednesday of about J50 fallcrs in Vancouver endorsed (he stand taken by their colleagues at Nanaimo on Vancouver Island Tuesday to force working f allers off the job, concentrating on operations of Macmillan Blotxtcl Ltd, K allers spokesman Chuck Evans told today's meeting: arc in a do or die fight and if we break ranks now Ihcy (the companies) will stomp us liilo the During a five-hour mceUmj m MONTREAL (CP) Jacques Eaulnier has re- lieved of his duties as director Montreal police force at his request, the Mont- real Urban Community security council announced Tuesday. The one-paragraph statement ,was issued at the close of a N'anaimo Tuesday by lhrcc.lmllr mectulg ot ttle coun. 416 men, Mr. Kvans said, we might have to take a load of j baseball bats and clear out this island." Robert Bomier, president anil chief executive of MncmiLbn Blccricl, said the falters' plan to shut down lodging operations and nrlls is "a particularly mad scheme." "T h c industry has already reached an agreement v.'itli the International Woodworkers o[ Jean- cil, headed by Judge Jacques The council said Mr. Saulnier, 50, has been granted a leave absence with pay, not to last be- vond Dec. 31, 1972. He joined he force 26 years ago. His release from duty follows Gas expert given award BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) Dr. Harold S. Johnson, an ex- port in America and that, agreement that has ratified by a majority RI HID union. Anybody who thinks (hat parls of that nsrce- mnnt arc Moinp to Ijs rc-ne- Rotiatcd is living in a fantasy." ronlo companies under th srnne owr.ey.siiii) In London, a Cnuada spokesman said ofiiobls Informalion Resources Center. Thii duty include i 1ho acqufsilion, colaloguing, processing and of all material print or nort- 2. To share wilh ifio Librarian the responsibility for refer- ence service ancf other dulies as may be required. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE: A Bachelor's degreo In Lfbrory Science from on accredited school with Two Or yccus experience rn Library Cataloguing classification. Know- ledge? of science end Icchnology on ossct, SAtARY: Commensurole with qualification! ond APPttCATION DEADLINE: August 15, 1972, Interested persons should apply for thu ilandord "Applied (ion for Emp'oyment" form (O: Gosver A. Kennedy Director of Personnel tcthbridgc Community Collegt IETHBRIDGE, Alberta ;