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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J.8 tHl ItlHBKIDGt HERAID WeiliwKloy, Bettmbor 23, IN MEMORIALS t cr J31 rtks, JJtaths, n cm is Of i V-x a n DEATHS McLEOD Passed away in Claresholm on Monday, De- 21, Winnifred Jessie McLeod. aged 84 yeai-s, nl Pinclier Creek. Born in Pin- t'her Creek, she married Nor- man S. McLecd in Pincher Greek, where tliey resided and operated (lie Iheatre. Mrs. Alc- Leod moved lo Claresholm ten years ago. where slie has re- FUNERALS CARDS OF THANKS CHRISTMAS CARDS __ Funeral servicej OSECKI I wish to express i BELL Phyl, Brian, Lind- say and Lauren wish all their friends and relatives a very Merrv Christmas and a healthy for Rotert Lawson. Moved my thanks to my husband of Mrs. Leon Lawson1 of 1918 Cth Ave. S. who died m Lethbridge Saturday, Dec. HI, 1970, at the age of CO years, was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dee. 22, in the north Lethbridge LDS Chapel with Bishop J. M. i K.ovac officiating. Pallhear e r s were Wayne Jones, Bruce Res- j Jnhn Lawson. I nurses and staff of the Municl- j pal Hospital for their care and kindness; also for flowers, cards and visits from relatives and friends during my stay in hospital. and prosperous Year. 1321-23 Mrs. Abhie Osecki cm'ryl.'lt __ Tli-jtiL- iun-ived bv one son Robert, Ralph Heninger and Wayne Chicago 111.; three grandcliil-1 Lee. Honorary pallbearers were o llnllfllOiH1 our many relatives, friends and neighbors for their many kincl- FIOItlLLI Merry Christ- mas and Happy New Year to all ,n in I our relatives and friends. Enza, Anna and i Johnny. UISK-M1 sister. Miss Evelyn Hinton Kansas. The funeral service will be held in Eden's Funeral Home. Pincher Creek Mon- day, December 28. at p.m., Rev. K. Jordan cffici- WOODCOCK In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Louisa, who passed away December The years are swiftly passing But still we don't forget, For in Ihe hearts that loved you Your memory lingers yet. remembered by her husband Fred and family. 1353 IVIIITNEY In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Grant Whit- ney, who passed away Decem- ber 23, I'M. Remembrance is a golden chain Death tries to break, but all in vain; To have, lo love, and then to part Is tlie greatest sorrow of one's hp.irf loved and greatly missed by Madeline. Doreen, Murray and families. 1352 al Sen-ice, was in charge ol the arrangements. WAGSTAFF Funeral ser- j and rel IVINS We wish lo express j jour heartfelt thanks lo the doc-j. Christmas l.ran-1 1 tors and nurses, all our friends a flaPPy '.ear to j atii-cs who helped ollr friends and relatives. I of Mrs. Elizabeth McLeod. Saturday, Dec. 1970.! neral arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Creek. .Pincher CJ7I after a long" illness at the age j held at 2 p.m MCDONALD we wish to of 33 years, was, ne, u v. thajlks am, '83! Tuesday, Dec. 22 in the (o al, our wonrier. jRajinond Stake Chapel wi in {u[ who were so tind to j Q GEORGE We wish our j friends relatives a Healthy and Prosperous Newr Year. and Helen George. Ransom paid MUNICH (AP> A five- year-old West German boy kid- napped from his home Monday freed Tuesday night un- harmed after his parents paid SIU100 ransom, police reported. They said Stefan Arnold was handed over to representatives of a Munich newspaper, who de- livered the ransom money. Quebec prisoner probe finds treatment good ii ONTRKA L (CT) A three-man committee investi- gating Ilie detention of persons under the War Measures Act says the prisoners have re- c e i v e d "generally adequate" treatment 'lint reports several instances of inadequate prison facilities and abuse of prisoners by police. progress report by a com- mittee of the Civil Liberties Union was prepared for the un- ion's Tuesday night meeting. The three men. who visited 130 of about -I50 persons de- tained under the emorpenev measures, blame police influ- ence for much of the mistreat- ment reported to them by pris- oners. Quebec Justice Minister Jer- ome Choquctie said Tuesday I that the more than 40 persons still in jail awaiting trial on charges laid under the War Measures Act will not be re- leased on bail for the Clu'itmas holidays. The report says that when the committee made its first visit to cells hi the Montreal headquar- ters of the Quebec Provincial Police, prisoners "were being held in conditions unworthy of a j civilized counlry." Jacques- Ileberl, Montreal publisher, economist Roland P a r e n t e a u and Dominican priest Jacques Tellicr say in inch- report they have "good reason to believe that senior de- lenlion authorities are not in- volved" in mistreatment of pris- oners and denial of their rights. The report says that in some detention centres, particularly [hose outside Montreal, "deten- tion officials were subject to pressure from provincial police authorities, notwithstanding the tact tiial the latter have no j power over the former." "The pressure was in every instance aimed at the same goal: Keeping the persons ar- rested under the War Measures Act in total isolation, without the privilege of communication with the outside world." Until Oct. 28. the committee says, persons detained under the War Measures Act were held incommunicado although Ihe emergency act does not deny prisoners the right to com- municate with a lawyer or nest of kin, to receive visits from those persons, lo letters or lo read newspapers and listen tu radio and television newscasts. "We suggest that an inquiry should be made into the reasons that led lo denying prisoners the lights publicly recognized as theirs by Ihe minister of jus- tice." IWli'KKS KUO.M STATEMENT In spite of a statement Oct. 29 by Quebec Justice Minister Jer- ome Choquelte, sonic prisoners remained incommunicado for several days or weeks, the com- mittee says. Of the 130 persons interviewed by the committee, "five or SB claim to have been siruck by police officers or to have re- ceived blows during question- ing." Another five or six claimed they were forced lo exercise until exhausted, the report says, and olhers were questioned for up to 10 hours "in an attempt lo break down their nerve." The committee says two women complained of being forced to strip in front of police wliile a large number of those questioned complained of "ver- bal threats and invective used by the police during question- ing." HAGEX Passed away Bow Island on Monday. De- Rev J Monies officiating. Hon- uiiorar'v pallbearers were Frank .J. r'liffnrr! us. and for the beautiful flowers, cards, etc. we received durin; cember 21. 1970, following lengthy illness, Mrs. in. 1 CL1-> C "-IU1 Ball, Charles Hippard, Chiton! j ga[ 5ad bereavement. Gough and Peter Ccppteters. Mrs. Stan and Annie Active pallbearers were Mur- j 13.13 ilaSen at the age of 67 vears. I rav Holt, John Navratil. Frank j of Su'-maiigay Bom in Se'lk. Lincoln Wood, John Evans YOXKMAN _ I would like to GIUSMER Season's Greet-1 ings to all our friends and as-1 sociates. I Stella. Sharon and j Kelly. 1360-24 j Vancouver, B.C.. was held re- cently in North Vancouver's Burrard Chapel by Vancouver Lodge No. i. AF and AM, and P i v-n.aU .nnmtmic Enchant districts, where she charge ot the arrangements, lias resided until her passing. She is survived by five sons. Marvin and Allen of Turin. Robert. Henry and Edward all of two grandchil- drai: one sister, Mrs. L. Kowalski of Letli- bridge; five brothers. Maguey ievertson of Taber, Harry of Enchant. Swerra of Pincher Creek. Alfred of Lethbridge and Edwin of Turin. The fu- neral service will be held at p.m. on Thursday, De- cember 24 at the Enchant Lutli- praii Church, with Pastor G. Henderickson officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the En- chant Cemetery. Those who wish may donate lo the Alberta Heart Fund, (care of Mrs. M. K. WYay, 1705 15th St. Friends may pay their last re- spects at the church from Martin and flowers. C, V'onkman, HAGGAHTY Funeral ser- i vice for Peter Haggarty, long- j time resident of Hillcrest. who j liTre- CHRISTMAS CARDS GILL We wish to take this opportunity to wish our friends in the city and surrounding dist- inct a Very Merry Christinas and the Best of Everything in tlie New Year. and Helen Gill. 1362 BALAZS Best wishes to our at the in North Van- friends and relatives for a Liver "cemetery Among those Happy Holiday Season and lie aTme several Very Best during .lie coming former Hillcrest resident, who luiQii riAitfntvrs nfire OL U18 ___ J _ Michelle an'd Troy. TENNANT Claudia Ten-! nant, Floreal Mauritius, extends best wishes for a Merry Christ-; mas and a Happy New" Year to her friends in Lethbridge and i j southern Alberta. 3198-23h I former Hillcrest residents who had been neighbors here of the Haggarty family. They in-1 eluded Alf Taylor. C o n g e j______ D'Ercole. Mr. and Mrs. Lew KATAN Nick and Esther MILLS rtc eueml to om I wish to extend a Merry Christ- 129.V23 until service Lime. Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Fu- ueral Service. Thomas (nee 'Margaret Kyle) and Mrs, Albert Perry (nee Catherine Besides his I wife. Mr. Haggarty leaves! three sons. Charles and David, Trail: Tom. North Vancouver; j three daughters, Mrs. friends a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Ken Mills and family mas and a Happy New Year to all Hicir friends and relatives. 12-13-2-lh friends and relatives a i Merrv Christmas and all the ASHCROFT Helen Mary, away in the city on De- Betty Mathison, Kimberley; Mrs. j our C1785 i Saral, FjBiey, Stewart, B.C., i and Mrs. Jean bcst m tllc -New Vear' Fort Saskatchewan: 19 grand-1 children and 12 gi-eat-grand-1 children. Born in TJOOUTTLE We wish all j PIORKOWSKt We wish to oember 21, 1970, at the age of 38 years, beloved wife of Wp, wouk: like to all our friends and rela- tives a veiy .Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Vear. f-'cari, HAXTEI! Chnstmaf :s j time to tin; STA.VKO We would like lo wish our friends apd relatives a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. and Vera Stanku. ISB-24; To Jdl friends and relatives, we wisii ;i Merry ('hrisiinas and a Pros- pcrous New Year. -BetH. Hcrnie and iaimh i.i.-n heart attack icipal Hospilal and thi CharlotlcK.wn-Frar.ois W i 1. Cavnll Nursing Honm lor llioir and H earliest Wisluv-: for Ham Slade. 65. former promi-i care during his illnvM. Al.voii.he Year. Tu all our neiit industrial dcvelnpincnt on'-: HBV, Eskda'le, Manin Bro'hcr.v ficer and .senioi acciiunt e.xucti- palllwarcrs. nl tiie fin r.idiij -taiiun CKAC in paihj (lowers and usit-s diir- inj: our b'TCi'ii'i-nn-DI. .MCCKNL'KK.V hi al! ,1111 friends throughout Mit c 11 y ami the .south, best (in-' friinds. nciplibovs. and rein-1 a Ilappi Christinas and >.u' convtry- thefti: fnl ,Vew Vear. I Jack. 'Anne. -hm Lucille. ATI and I'mi Itaxter! and Uobcrt i A handful of Cash is better than o basement or garage full of "DON'T NEEDS" A FAST-ACTING CLASSIFIED AD WILL RAISE THAT NEEDED EXTRA CASH! JUST CALL 328-4411 The Lethbridge Herald and a courteous, experienced classified girl will help you word your ad to bring fast results. NO ITEM GOES UNNOTICED IN THE CLASSIFIED ADS I ;