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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December 31, 1971 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - 2* Cards ^Ifhanhs, -Ever remembered, Jean. 5223 Antarctica polluted too VIROSTEK - In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Michael, who passed away December 31, 1964. Nothing but memories as we journey on Lookhg for a smile from a face tl-at is gone. But we kc-p in our memory the love of the past, For deep in our hearts it was planted to last. -Ever remembered and sadly ml:.7Sd by L.om, dad and Lawrence. 5225 McMURDO STATION, Antarctica (AP) - Where man goes, man pollutes, and this pristine white continent has not escaped the consequences of human exploration. But now an anti-pollution conscience is greatly diminishing the insults that man has been wreaking on this environment. For 14 years at this main United States base in Antarctica, trash, garbage, beer cans, plastic containers, old tires, abandoned machinery have been floating out to sea on melting ice floes, soon to sink to the bottom of McMurdo Sound. In places, divers report, the seabed is becoming a highway of Utter that crowds sponges out of living space. For 14 years, raw sewage has been piped into the Sound, hard by the shoreline of Ross Island. This summer season, a $175,000 incinerator capable of burning 600 pounds of material an hour is going into action. Next summer a sewage treat- LARSON - We would like to express our most sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends and relatives for their many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy during our recent be reavement. We would also like to say a sincere thank you to the doctors and nurses who cared for Mrs. Larson during her lengthy illness. -The family of Mrs. Jose phine A. Larson. 5233 MARKUS - We wish to ex press our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to the many friends for cards and expressions of sympathy, floral tributes; to the pallbearers and honorary pallbearers; to the doctors of Bigelow-Fowler Clinic and nurses of St. Michael's Hospital. A very special thanks to Pastor C. C. Wessman for the beautiful service; to Martin Bros., and all who donated food and helped in any way during our recent bereavement in the passing of a dear husband and father. -Mrs. Mary Markus and faini-ilies. 5242 HINCH - I wish to say "Thank You" to all the nurses and staff on the second and fourth floors of the Municipal Hospital for all their kind care and attention I received during my stay in the hospital; also to the doctors who checked in on me. A special thanks to my friends and relatives who visited me and sent flowers and cards. -Mrs. B. Hinch 5243 NKHIMURA - We wish to thank all those friends who gave us comfort and assistance during our recent bereavement. Particularly, we wish to thank the doctors and nurses at the Taber and Calgary General Hospitals for all their kindness in helping to ease Kim's suffering. - Mrs. Maki Nishimura and family. 5214-31 CHRISTMAS CARD WENSVEEN - We hope that Christmastide '71 was specially nice for everyone. And in 1972 may the Good Lord grant to all - the SERENITY to accept the things we cannot change - COURAGE to change the things we can - and WISDOM to know the difference. Happy New Year to all! -The John Wensveen family. 5230 VIROSTEK - In memory of a dear brother and uncle, Michael VL ::':2k, who passed away December 31, 1964. Heavy ars our hearts t Jay. Memory brings you back once more, To the time when you were with us, To the happy days of yore. -Ever remembered and sadly missed by brothers George, Verne, Donald and families. 5226 VIROSTEK - In memory of a brother, Michael, who passed away December 31, 1964. Your name is often mentioned Our thoughts in silence fly To the days when you were with us Those memories will never die. -Ever remembered by Sam and Luella. 4014 IN MEMORIAM PALLETT - In loving memory of a dear sister, Mrs. E. M. Pallett, who passed away December 31, 1970. A special place within our hearts Is set aside for you. As long as life's memories last We will remember you. -Ever remembered by her sisters, Ethel Taylor and Violet Izatt VIROSTEK - In loving memory of a dear brother and uncle, Michael, who passed away December 31, 1964. A silent star shines o'er the grave not very far from here. Where lies the one we can't forget cs it dawns another year. -Lovingly remembered by sisters and family, Josephine and Steve; Theresa and Larry, Mary and Simon and their families. 5227 ment plant, costing $225,000 and using chemicals and bacteria, is expected to make sewage sterile for later disposition into the Sound. Landfill sites are being sought for compacted cans and other no'i-burnable trash. There are those who say man-made pollution is of no great consequence here, because man occupies only a few areas of the 5%-miUion-square-mile continent, and that penguins contribute more bedy waste by far than man does to the sea. Conservationists and ecolo-gists reply that man can do something to reduce the impact of his waste', while animals can't, and that penguins don't drink beer and throw away the cans. Further, they say, discarded materials may last for many years in cold waters possessing fewer organisms than warm claims to act upon biodegradable materials. Dr. Bruce C. Parker, a biologist, has warned that unless action is taken, this continent is "heading for a pollution crisis that could kill its value as an unparalleled site for research." Scientists also express concern that nutrients from raw sewage might lead to a population explosion among star fish and sea urchins which could crowd out other sea species. TAKE-OFF BRADFORD, England (CP) - How about a "brassiere take-off" competition for Saturday night entertainment, joked Yorkshire pub disc jockey Ian Larton. Trouble was, the regulars took him seriously and sought to enter the competition. Luckily for Larton a shapely go-go dancer volunteered her services and with one hand tied behind their backs the men vied to unhook the bra clip in double-quick time. "It was all good, clean fun," Larton said later. Bail order rescinded CALGARY (CP) - Chief Justice J. V. H. Milvain of Alberta supreme court has rescinded the order which granted $7,500 bail to William Thomas Morgan, 37, charged witb attempted murder. Mr. Justice A. W. Riley granted the bail last week alter a similar application was refused by Provincial Judge F. A. Thur-good. Morgan was arrested after a man called a radio station and police Dec. 16 saying he plained to kill seven people. Mechanic John Petryshen was later shot in the chest when he attended a car at a service station. Morgan was apprehended following a high-speed, across-town chase. He is to appear in court Wednesday. EARLY BIRDS The first birds known were about the size of crows and had teeth and long, feathered tails. FREIHAUT-In loviag memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Paul Freihaut, who passed away December 31, 1968. Three lonely years have passed away since our great sorrow fell, The shock which we received that day we still remember well. Our hearts still ache with sadness, our secret tears still flow, For what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. When we are sad and lonely and everything goes wrong We seem to hear you whisper, "Cheer up and carry on." -Ever remembered by his wife Anna, son Frank and family, daughter Rosa Kremenik and family. 5224 COX - In loving memory of my dear mother, Greta A., who passed away December 31, 1970. "She gave me love in fullest measure, Care, devotion, memories to treasure, She shared my hopes, joys, and tears, God Bless You Mother, for those precious years. Your life was unselfish, for others you lived, Not for what you received, but for what you could give, Dear God take a message to my Dear Mother above, Tell her I '~s her and give her my love." -Ever remembered, ever loved, and ever missed by your daughter, Joan. 5228 WOLOSCHUK - In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Nick Woloscbuk, who passed away January 1, 1971. We loved you so, we prayed to God that He would make you well; So we could keep you here with us still a little while to dwell. In tears we watch you fight for life and then as you heard God calling you to come to Him and dwell now with the Lord. You slipped away in peace, you slept at last all pain is gone. We'll meet again someday dear dad in our eternal home. -Sadly missed by your wife Ann; daughter and son-in-law Mary, Tony, Helen, John, Gladys, Donald and family. 9251 NEW YEAR REETINGS From . . . These Lethbridge Business Leaders! Mr. Edmond Witzke President NORTH LETHBRIDGE MIUWORK LTD. 120 North Mayer Magrath Drive Phone 328-5215 MR. ERNIE RESLER Manager HOYT'S DOWNTOWN ,Fred Keiver Manager MID WEST MOBILE HOMES Henry Gretzjnger President HENRY HOMES LTD. 'Andy" Holmes CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING (LETHBRIDGE LTD.) 120-D North Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 327-7867 E. A. (Ed) Brunner Supervisor MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANCE CO. Louis Corenblum SYLBERT'S SHOE STORE Jiro Jerry Miyagawa TEL-RAY ELECTRONICS S. M. "Budd" Sanford INSURANCE AGENCY 811 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5551 Albert Shapiro ALBERT'S MEN'S APPAREL LTD. Bill Kirk President KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. lethbridge  Taber - Fernie, B.C. Jim Provick Manager MONARCH LIFE ASSURANCE CO. W. L. Hooper Manager of 3 King koin launderettes Thank You and Compliments of the Season OWNER EARL WAKELIN ;